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wid­ows of the hall. If ei­ther of th­ese red lights are aglow, please con­tact Ger­ald, Perry or Jerry.

Around the world the New Year is greeted with the fa­mil­iar tune of “Auld Lang Syne” but it is of­ten just the first verse and cho­rus which is slurred across rev­ellers lips. So, what do the words re­ally mean? The first verse reads: “Should old ac­quain­tance be for­got, and never brought to mind? Should old ac­quain­tance be for­got, and auld lang syne?” Auld lang syne is roughly trans­lated to “for old times’ sake” and the verse ques­tions whether old friend­ships should be for­got­ten. The cho­rus reads: “For auld lang syne my dear, for auld lang syne. We’ll take a cup of kind­ness yet, for auld lang syne”. In the cho­rus we are en­cour­aged to trea­sure those friend­ships and the cup of kind­ness may lit­er­ally be a shared drink or sim­ply a heart­felt greet­ing and a re­mem­brance of days gone by.

Happy New Year, for auld lang syne and for all the best in 2017.

You may call 403-823-2036 with news items or email to Ger­ald Ras­mussen at ger­mar70@magtech.ca.

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