Bev Bergman 403-665-2492
Aren’t we off t oag reat start for winter? Perhaps this is going to be one of those winters the old-timers talk about! When we watched Friday night’ s weather, the forecasters aid ,“It looks like it’ s going to be a long hard winter.”
Interesting how after a “big” snow and below average temperatures we now have the prediction of a long hard winter!” (But what can I say as I haven’ t read the Farmer’s Almanac!) However, despite snow laden Craigmyle streets folk came out in full force for Sunday’s pancake breakfast, enjoying the great food and socialization.
I am pleased to report that Colleen Littlechild has made a miraculous recovery from her rather long illness and has returned to her home in Craig my le. Unfortunately for Colleen, a large amount of her household, yard and personal items were sold at the multi-family garage sale held in Craig my let his past April 22.
Somehow there was a serious mis communication regarding what was to be sold and/ or given away and Colleen is missing many very personally valuable items. The missing items he treasures the most is her wed- ding rings.
They are two gold bands (her deceased husband’ s and hers) soldered together. Each gold band holds three diamond chips. If anyone has possession of these rings, please call Colleen at 665-2262 and discuss a possible return with her. Tho se who purchased items at the garage sale may also want to contact Colleen to see if you have an item she may want returned.
There are some events coming up quickly in Craigmyle. Some are pure fun and for others volunteers are required.
Saturday, November 18 is the day that volunteers will gather at 10:00 a.m. in the church basement to prepare vegetables and setup for the Turkey supper. Anyone who can come by for a short time is encouraged to do so. Bring your f avorite tool for peeling potatoes, carrots and turnips.
Sunday, November 19 is the Annual Turkey Supper from 4:00–6:30 p.m. Volunteers are needed to help with this event, especially a new energized crew to take over from the weary cooks to help with the final cleanup.
Tuesday, November 21 is the church sanctuary cleanup scheduled to begin at 11:00 a.m. Any volunteers who can turn up to help will be appreciated.
Friday, December 1 is the evening of the Craig myle Church Women’s Christmas party.
This has traditionally been a riotous fun evening for all ladies f rom inside and out - side our community and promises to be a lot of fun once again. The evening is free of charge and begin sat 6:00 p.m. with a supper, followed by entertainment and a gift exchange.
Attendees are asked to bring a small gift of no more than $10.00 value for the gift exchange. However, anyone wishing to attend MUST let Janice (364-2420) or B ev (665-2492) k now by November 24.
Sunday, December 3 is the next pancake breakfast. Mark your calendar and come out and enjoy a great breakfast.
Sunday, December 17 is the evening of the Craigmyle Church Candle light Christmas service beginning at 7:00 p.m. All ar e invited to attend this service and enjoy a social time following.
Birthday greetings go out to Linda Re wand Ch ace Meyer on November 13. Happy Anniversary to Marc and Diane Gregoire on November 8 and Ron and Norma Seeger on November 10. Have a great day!