Craigmyle Car­di­nal

The Drumheller Mail - - CLASSIFIED­S - Bev Bergman 403-665-2492

A pop­u­lar win­ter song be­gins with the words, “Baby it’s cold out­side” and, yes, it is cold out­side. The cat and I have been sur­viv­ing the el­e­ments from the other side of the glass (she more than me). I had to fi­nally dig out win­ter coats, mit­tens and gloves, scarves, toques, you get the pic­ture. Hope­fully tem­per­a­tures will mod­er­ate dur­ing the up­com­ing hol­i­day sea­son when so many good folk are on the move.

Christ­mas is right around the cor­ner and if you want to cel­e­brate the real rea­son for Christ­mas do come out to the Craigmyle Christ­mas/Can­dle­light ser­vice sched­uled for Sun­day, De­cem­ber 18 at 7:00 pm. Folk from both inside and out­side the com­mu­nity are wel­come to at­tend and this might be one event well worth brav­ing frigid tem­per­a­tures for. The ser­vice is non-de­nom­i­na­tional and con­ducted en­tirely by lo­cal peo­ple. The ser­vice will be mu­si­cally based with spe­cial mu­sic se­lec­tions you won’t want to miss. Re­fresh­ments will be served in the church base­ment fol­low­ing the ser­vice; any­one wish­ing to bring finger food is wel­come to, but that is not a re­quire­ment. Just come out and en­joy a Christ­mas ser­vice and share fel­low­ship with friends and neigh­bours.

The ever pop­u­lar “Cof­fee Break” will con­tinue for De­cem­ber 20 and 22, but will take a Christ­mas break on De­cem­ber 27 and 29. Do come out when cof­fee time re­sumes in the New Year on Jan­uary 3.

Re­mem­ber that there is no pan­cake break­fast on Jan­uary 1. That is time set aside to re­cover from the night be­fore, if nec­es­sary, and spend the first day of 2017 with spe­cial peo­ple.

Birth­day greet­ings go out to Betty Olm­stead on De­cem­ber 16 and Brien Bram­field and Debi Olm­stead both sharing Dec. 18. Have a great day!

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