Rum­sey & District Reg­is­ter

The Drumheller Mail - - SPOTLIGHT ON BUSINESS - Patty Steen 403-368-3820

Merry Christ­mas to ev­ery­one. I hope you are en­joy­ing a won­der­ful week with fam­ily and friends. The snow was a lit­tle bit of a de­ter­rent to get­ting to where you might needed to go but what a wel­come sight to brighten the land­scape and give us the feel­ing that Christ­mas has truly ar­rived.

The Rum­sey Ag so­ci­ety will be host­ing a New Year’s Eve dance on De­cem­ber 31 at the Rum­sey Hall. Doors will open at 8:00 pm. The door charge will get you some party fa­vors and a great mid­night lunch along with all the fun and mu­sic you could en­joy. This is an 18 and over event so you might need a babysit­ter but it will be worth it. The mu­sic will play un­til 2:00 am so there will be lots of time to ring in 2017.

The Rum­sey men’s Bon­spiel is next on the cal­en­dar. It will start on Jan­uary 23 de­pend­ing on how many teams are en­tered so make sure you give Brooks and Jackie Watts a call to get en­tered to have some fun.

The Mor­rin Fig­ure Skat­ing Club is host­ing their an­nual fundraiser on Fe­bru­ary 4 at the Rum­sey Hall. Doors open at 8:00 pm, and you must be 18 to at­tend. They have en­gaged the band “Five of Di­a­monds” to en­ter­tain you for the evening so it is sure to be a great time. Im­por­tant an­nounce­ment: Tea has been dis­cov­ered to be more dan­ger­ous than beer. Please avoid drink­ing tea. Bill dis­cov­ered this last night, he had 14 beers till 3 am at the pub while his wife was just drink­ing tea at home. You should have seen how vi­o­lent and an­gry she was when Bill got home. Bill was peace­ful, silent and headed to bed as she shouted at him, all night and even into the next morn­ing. Please ladies, if you can’t han­dle your tea, please don’t drink it....;)

Have a great week, ev­ery­one.

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