Pi­o­neer Trail Cen­tre News & Up­date

The Drumheller Mail - - AROUND TOWN - 403-821-295S Pi­o­neer Trail 403-823-S5S5

Well the Christ­mas Sea­son is of­fi­cially here, with a great Fes­ti­val of Lights held this past Satur­day night. Pi­o­neer Trail once again was the spot to be, as Mr. and Mrs. Claus showed up to greet the chil­dren and hear what their wishes are for Christ­mas. The chil­dren were once again en­ter­tained with dec­o­rat­ing cook­ies and mak­ing cards. Thank you to all who helped to make the night a great suc­cess once again.

Bridge scores are in for the games held on Thurs­day Novem­ber 15 at Pi­o­neer Trail. 1st place went to Jan Quin­ney and Don Robert­son (4120), 2nd place went to Jen­nie DeMille and Lilo Rolf (3050), 3rd place went to Barb and Bob Repas (2560). Once again, well done singing and lead­ing con­tem­po­rary wor­ship, and we ap­pre­ci­ate when we get the op­por­tu­nity to part­ner in min­istry. My hob­bies are read­ing, play­ing games with my fam­ily, golf, cross-coun­try ski­ing, go­ing to cos­tume par­ties with Joce, and telling puns and jokes. You may get a sense of this from my ser­mons! One of my favourite quotes is from Bren­nan play­ers, see you week.

All Christ­mas items are now on sale for half price, stop by and see the many great Christ­mas items we have for you to pur­chase.

We are open six days a week from 9 a.m. till 4 p.m., with a dif­fer­ent event go­ing on each af­ter­noon. Mon­day - Crib, Tues­day - Canasta, Wed­nes­day - Bingo, Thurs­day - Canasta and Scrab­ble, Fri­day - Euchre. We also have our Choir that prac­tices each Thurs­day morn­ing, ex­cept for the third Thurs­day when you can find them per­form­ing at Hil­lview Manor and the Sun­shine Lodge. Our games are open to ev­ery­one, so if you want to learn how to play or al­ready know how to play stop by and play a game or two.

I hope ev­ery­one has a great week­end, drive safely, watch out for all four legged crea­tures out wan­der­ing around. all again next

A Re­minder…The ‘ Mem­ory Tree’, a touch­ing tra­di­tion, of plac­ing the names of loved ones that have passed on, at­tach­ing the names to the big spruce tree be­side the church has been go­ing on for many years. As Christ­mas starts to come to mind, the Nazareth Lutheran Church is happy to of­fer this act of re­mem­brance to ev­ery­one. As a com­mu­nity we look for­ward to see­ing the twin­kling lights, sparkling or­na­ments, and the names of those we hold dear, nes­tled in branches of one of the old­est trees in the com­mu­nity through­out the days and nights lead­ing up to De­cem­ber 25. Should you wish to add the name(s) of your loved ones, a small of do­na­tion per in­di­vid­ual/cou­ple is re­quested. Che­ques may be made out to Nazareth Lutheran Church; and all do­na­tions will be el­i­gi­ble for a tax re­ceipt. The names will be read dur­ing the Long­est Night Ser­vice at Nazareth Lutheran, where ev­ery­one is wel­come. Please con­tact or mail che­ques to, Yvonne Way, Box 12, Site 1, RR 1, Stan­dard Al­berta, T0J 3G0 or Carol Cal­laghan, Box 26, Stan­dard, Al­berta, T0J 3G0. The do­na­tions col­lected sup­port com­mu­nity bet­ter­ment. Thank you for sup­port­ing this trea­sured act of re­mem­brance.

This is Adreena re­port­ing for the Vil­lage of Stan­dard. Dead­line for sub­mis­sion is Fri­day for the fol­low­ing week. Please sub­mit news items to the stan­dard­[email protected] , phone 403-644-3995 or stop in at the li­brary. Have a great week friends!!!

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