Snowmobile club busy with events

Community news happening around the South Green Lake area of the South Cariboo

Everyone in the Snowmobile Club, all her neighbours and friends, would like to welcome home Susan McKie from the hospital. We hope she has a quick recovery so she can enjoy going out on those great rides again.

Dinner and dance

Snowmobiles have been out already and they have just had their first foot tapping Snowflake Dance of the year this last Saturday.

The Club will also be having their next Family Christmas Dinner and Dance on Dec. 14.

Club members, mark this date on your calendar and invite your friends and the whole family up to show them how “we“ do Christmas!

You don’t have to be a snowmobiler to join in all this fun, become a member and enjoy all the dances and activities this winter with your friends. Don’t stay stuck at home, call Rita Dixon at 250-456-7529 and join.

 

Snowmobile Club meetings

• Executive meeting on Nov. 27 at 7 p.m.

• Club meeting on Monday Dec. 2 at 7 p.m.

• Executive Meeting on Jan. 8. Note the change to the regular schedule.

• Club meeting on Jan 13. Note the change to the regular schedule.

 

S.G.L.V.F.D.

The following schedule of practices will be held at 546 S. Green Lake Road at the Fire Hall,  every second Saturday from 10 a.m.  to 12 p.m. Dec. 7, Dec. 21 and Jan. 4. New members are welcome.

 

S.M.A.C.

The volunteer ladies and men want to let you know that they have wonderful things for you this Christmas with their Special Christmas Room full of whimsical gifts and endless ideas. Come and check out the clothes, knick-knacks, furniture and many more treasures that are waiting just for you.

Watch out for their special “Bag Days” where you can fill a garbage bag of clothes for only $10.

 

Stories wanted

Do you have a great story you would like to share about something that happened to you or someone else at Christmas . I’m looking for personal Fiction or Non-fiction stories that can be put into the Free Press “Christmas Seasons 2013” edition, no later than Nov. 29. The maximum word count is 600 for those who would like to try their creativity. It can be traditional or a story passed on through generations, a romantic meeting or event, unpredicted blizzards, funny or sad, about strangers or surprise visitors or just about anything else that crosses your mind. Email them to me at gailpotter0@gmail.com and I will send them in for you.