Mor­rin Com­mu­nity Cal­en­dar

The Drumheller Mail - - NEWS - Darcy Gra­ham 403-772-3747

Well here we go f olks with an­other ne w ye ar ahe ad. I t w as a lovely Chr ist­mas br eak and now for t each­ers, st aff and st udents, it is time for school ac­tiv­i­ties and lessons to re­sume. To those who got a chance to fly off t o a warm, trop­i­cal cli­mate, you missed what seemed to be the cold­est Christ­mas in many years.

Every morn­ing I ke pt check­ing the de ck t her­mome­ter and e very da y it s eemed st uck on -45. We had our g as fir eplace go­ing day and nigh t and didn ’t le ave the hous e f or da ys! And now -20 s eems almo st b almy haha ... and t emps t his we ek lo ok go od, hov­er­ing ar ound t he zer o mar k and ma ybe a bit of snow by t he week­end...def­i­nitely a we lcome change.

And J an­uary is a slow mon th for ne ws s o not t oo m uch t o write t oday. I did ge t a me ssage that cr ib is st art­ing up ag ain e very s econd Th urs­day af ter­noon at the Bloom­ing Prairies Drop-In Cen­ to­mor­row, Jan­uary 11 and Jan­uary 25. Nora sa ys, hop e you had a good Christ­mas hol­i­day and wel­come back.

I w an­ted t o s end a shout-out to Crys­tal An­der­son from Drumheller. I t w as s o nic e when you came to town to take on the op­er­a­tion of t he k itchen ( cantina) at the Mor­rin arena last fall with help f rom your d augh­ter Jor - dyn. So sorry you were un­able to con­tinue into the New Year. You en­joyed s erv­ing our c om­mu­nity and we a ppre­ci­ated ha ving you. Thanks f or all your har d wor k, heart and ham­bur ger sp ecials Crys­ are missed, and may many good things come your way in 2018. We wish you all the best...

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