Bingo action is back at community hall

Big Valley Little Tykes Preschool is open for registration, if your child is three or four years old and you would like information on registration call Jennifer 403-742-4575.

Big Valley Little Tykes Preschool is open for registration, if your child is three or four years old and you would like information on registration call Jennifer 403-742-4575.

They have a new teacher and are very excited for the upcoming year. Classes will be held at the school on Wednesdays.

The community hall board Bingo is starting up again with the first bingo on Oct 1, doors open at 6:45 p.m., precall is at 7 p.m., early bird at 7:30 with regular bingo to start at 8 p.m.

The progressive jackpot will be carried over from last season and will be $227 in 55#. The loonie pot is at $43. Everybody is welcome to come and play, so come out have some fun and help support the hall.

First military whist night at the drop-in centre will be Oct. 16, at 7 p.m. It will be decided at a later date if military whist should be held one or two nights a month. Don’t forget our first pancake supper will be on Oct. 5 at 5:30 p.m.

Big Valley extends their sympathy to the family of Joseph Herman Lepitzki on his passing on Aug. 31.

The Big Valley ladies’ golf finale has been changed from Sept. 30 to Sept. 23, golf at 4 p.m., supper at 7 p.m.

The Big Valley golf course will be having another night of golf on Sept. 19, nine holes starting at 5:30 p.m. A break for snacks with the second round starting at 8:30 p.m. Registration at 5 p.m

Fifty-five registered for the memorial tournament on Saturday. First place went to Curt Watts, Larry Anabelle, Loralynn Anabelle, Martina Gendre.

The tournament was in memory of Harry and Fran Stuber, Mason Anabelle, Murray Scott, Harry Bahan, Jack Ridley, Dave Shaw.

Thanks to all local sponsors.

After the tournament seven teams of twos held a horse race with Dan Houle and Lynne Palmer the winners.

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