Craigmyle Car­di­nal

The Drumheller Mail - - REAL ESTATE - Bev Bergman 403-665-2492

Hasn’t this been a record win­ter? I could say that roses are com­ing up in Craigmyle; well, not ex­actly roses but I hear that tulips are show­ing their heads. At our house, we some­how did not get our gar­den ro­totilled last fall. Not to be dis­mayed as the gar­den was ro­totilled on March 12 which was def­i­nitely an early record for us. The “man” re­ported no frost and stated that the ground worked up very well and was very mel­low.

Enough said about the mild win­ter. Our com­mu­nity does have some events com­ing up; you might want to mark your cal­en­dar with th­ese dates.

The March pan­cake break­fast was well at­tended and a great time was had by all. The next pan­cake break­fast will be held on April 3. See you all there.

The next meet­ing of the Craigmyle His­toric So­ci­ety will be held on Tues­day, April 5 in the church base­ment be­gin­ning at 7:00 pm. The CHS is hop­ing to in­crease its mem­ber­ship and wel­comes any to come out to one of our meet­ings. A guest did come out to the March meet­ing and im­me­di­ately vol­un­teered to help with up­com­ing events. Hope­fully, we have a new mem­ber!

Sun­day, April 17 is the time to come to Craigmyle to en­joy a ham sup­per with all the trim­mings in­clud­ing a su­perb dessert bar. The sup­per will be held from 4:30-7:00 pm in the church base­ment. All are wel­come.

Look­ing ahead to the next month – the ever so pop­u­lar Mother’s Day Tea will be held on Wed­nes­day, May 4 be­gin­ning at 2:00 pm in the church base­ment. A great lunch, pro­gram, favours and door prizes have been planned for the event. The theme for the tea this year is “Mother Goose.”

The Delia “Dream Team” is a group of highly mo­ti­vated Delia High School stu­dents work­ing hard to raise funds for an ex­cur­sion called “Canada and the World Wars”. This group of youth plan to tour var­i­ous places in Europe where Canada made a dif­fer­ence in the World Wars. Their trip will in­clude places such as Ber­lin in Ger­many; the Vimy and Nor­mandy re­gions and Paris in France; Am­s­ter­dam and other ar­eas.

A fundrais­ing pro­ject in place is a Ham sup­per on April 30 be­gin­ning at 5:30 in the Delia Com­mu­nity Hall fol­lowed by a com­edy hyp­no­tist show at 7:30. Tick­ets are avail­able from the Delia School at 403364-3777 or Debi Olm­stead at 403-854-6507.

The first print­ing of the Craigmyle Cen­ten­nial Book of Photo Mem­o­ries is out and all copies are spo­ken for. The full colour glossy paged book is avail­able for view­ing in the church base­ment. Sev­eral or­ders have come in so, in all like­li­hood, a se­cond print­ing will be or­dered. The price just cov­ers the cost of the book and ship­ping. Books can be or­dered through the His­toric So­ci­ety. If you are in­ter­ested in pur­chas­ing a book, call Bev at 665-2492.

Birth­day greet­ings go out to Randi Eg­gins on April 2; Madi­son Alderdice on April 3; Edith McDonough on April 5 and McKen­zie Olm­stead on April 7. Happy an­niver­sary to Wayne and Lor­raine DeGiano on April 4. Have a great day!

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