Time to book your tables now for Botha Xmas sale

Don’t forget Botha quilting on Oct. 16

This coming Tuesday Oct. 10,is the Cross Country Meet at the Gus Wetter School for the students and staff, so please keep this in mind.

This weekend is Thanksgiving so please travel safely and have fun with family members and friends. Hopefully the weather is great for traveling.

Make sure you phone Christine Wedrick at 403-741-7503 ASAP to reserve your table for the annual Christmas market which is happening on November 4. The tables go fast so do it quickly, if you would like to have one.

Quilting takes place again on Monday Oct. 16, starting at 9:30 a.m., so come on out and join in, they would love to see you.

Floor Curling is every Thursday afternoon at 1p.m, come join the players in a game.

Even if it’s fall and everyone has a busy schedule, don’t forget to take a break every Wednesday morning at 10 a.m. and join your friends at the Senior Centre and enjoy a cup or two of coffee with them. Everyone is invited.

The Terry Fox run was a great success for the students again this year. A big thank you to everyone who join in and also for all the sponsorship that goes to the Terry Fox Society. The run started off with a free taco lunch for everyone that attended (staff, students, parents and the students siblings, which everyone enjoyed. Then after recess beginning at 1 pm. they watched the Terry Fox documentary, “Into the Wind” about the Terry Fox marathon of hope. This took place in the gym. After the film, everyone went outside for the run, which everyone participated in by being in the run or cheering all the runners on. The run was a course around the village and at 2:35 p.m. everyone meet back at the school. It was an exciting day and everyone had fun doing this.

What an exciting evening we had at the last bingo game which took place on Wednesday Oct. 27. While we were there, a gentleman won the loonie pot which was quite high. Congratulations to him and all the winners for that evening. Then back to the game we went and a lady’s phone which made it another exciting experience. Florence Walker of Stettler announced she was a great grandmother to two bouncing happy identical twin girls. Congratulations Great Grandma. This usually doesn’t happen on a bingo evening, so quite exciting for everyone. The next Bingo game will be Wednesday October 11, at the Senior Centre, so feel free to join in.

Picture day at the Botha School will be held on October 13, so please keep this in mind.

In closing I would like to wish everyone a great Thanksgiving weekend, have fun.

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