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Friday, November 18, 2011 - Prairie Post West - 19 COMMUNITY CALENDAR B10 - Prairie Post - Friday,November 18, 2011

Announcements — Coaldale The Coaldale Sunny South Speakers Toastmasters club meets Thursday mornings, 7:15 to 8:15 a.m. at the Anglican Church Hall, 2115 17th St. For more information, Salina Perry 403-634-0191. Taber Taber Toastmasters — “The Sugar Town Sweet Talkers” are now meeting on Wed. evenings at 7 p.m. at The Heritage Inn. Interested in what we are all about? Visitors are always welcome. For more info. phone Alice Bareman at 403-223-4499. Lethbridge Singles Friendship Circle provides activities and social opportunities for Lethbridge and area singles ages 40 and up. Call the group’s information line for events and updates, 403-331- 1001. Lethbridge The Legion Super Flea Market is a wonderful market and facility to showcase and promote your home- based business, sell your arts and crafts, display your collections and hobbies. For the public, it is a one-stop shop of unique and interesting products to see. Legion Super Flea Market takes place Wednesdays until


Dec. 21 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Memorial Hall, Royal Canadian Legion, 324 Mayor Magrath Drive S. Exhibitors can set up an hour before and have until 5 p.m. to pack up. To Reserve a table phone 403-327-6644 or email: Tables are $7.50 for members, $15 for non-members. November 18 — Coaldale Coaldale’s Gem of the West Museum will host a concert by the U of L Singers Nov. 18 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $12 adults, $25 for a family with kids, $10 for members. Tickets are available at Coaldale Giftware or from directors, or leave a message at the museum — 403-345-5000. Memberships available at the door. Business packages of tickets available. Purchase tickets early — they’re expected to sell out. For more details, call Anja at 403-345-3403. November 18-20 — Lethbridge The Lethbridge and District Kennel Club will host its annual All-Breed Dog Show Nov. 18-20 at Exhibition Park (North and South Pavilions) from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. each day. The show will feature three all-breed championship dog shows, four all-breed licensed obedience trials, three all-breed rally

obedience trials, as well as, on Nov. 19, the junior showmanship competition, scent hurdle racing and juvenile sweepstakes. Admission is $7 per person, $5 for seniors and children 12-18 years (free for children under 12) and $10 for a family of four or more. November 19 — Coaldale 4th Annual Winter Wonderland – Ladies Night Out. Coaldale Kinnette Club fundraiser, Nov. 19, 7 p.m. at Jennie Emery School. (1102 – 22 Ave., Coaldale). Tickets $25 each and available from any Coaldale Kinnette Club member or from Tricia (345- 2095). Guest speaker, fashion show, live entertainment, silent auction, door prizes, appetizers, desserts, cash bar. Nov. 19-Dec. 17 — Hill Spring Country Christmas Dinner and show at the Great Canadian Barn Dance. Matinees or 6 p.m. seatings. Turkey dinner followed by 90 minutes of entertainment. More information or tickets at: or phone toll- free 1-866-626-3407. November 21-26 — Raymond The Raymond High School Show Choir will present “It’s Christmas Again!” Nov. 21-25 at 7:30 p.m. and Nov. 26 at 2 p.m. at Broadway

Community Theatre, located on Main Street, Raymond. Tickets are $8 and are available by calling Janet Drew at 403-752-4615 (leave a message if no answer). Tickets are selling quickly. December 2 — Raymond Raymond’s 14th Annual Old Fashioned Christmas. Activities downtown start at 6 p.m. Dec. 3,10 & 17 — Hill Spring Cowboy Christmas Ball at the Great Canadian Barn Dance. Turkey dinner followed by dance lessons and a dance. Weather permitting we will start at 4 p.m. with sleigh rides, paintball curling and skating. More information or tickets at: or phone toll-free 1-866-626-3407. December 3 — Raymond The Raymond and District Agricultural Society will hold their annual Christmas Craft and Bake Sale on Sat. Dec. 3 at the Raymond Agricultural Society Buildings. This event will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Table rental is $20 per table and may be booked by phoning Suzanne at 403-715-0314 or Mary at 403-752- 3661. December 6-7 — Lethbridge The Farming Smarter Conference and Tradeshow, formerly known as the


ACROSS 1. Unfit for farming 5. Urban air problem 9. Roman Catholic brother 14. Fork prong 15. Clearing 16. Reddish brown pigment

17. Unpunctual 18. Jury group 19.Torment 20. Pub order 21. Cut wood 22.Yang's counterpart 23. Have bills 24. Barber's sharpener 26. Appendixes 30. At the location 33. Letter from Greece 34. Little bird 38. News brief 39. Contaminate 40. Put on cargo 41. Ripen, as cheese 43. Battery type 45. Swimsuit section 46.Tavern drink 47. Bead of water 50. Corn tassel 51. Keats's vessel

52. Broccoli shoot 53. A few 54. Former Italian dough 56. Ballet exercise 58.Movie unit 60. Salacious look 61. Silver, in alchemy 62. Hose 65. Figurative description 68. Light meal 70. Owns 73. Frozen water 74. Border 77. Ecru 78. Intrude 80. Kind of tire 82. Thick mud 83. Farm machine 84. 24-____ gold 85. Circle's kin 86. Log 87. "____ it Romantic?" 88. Loan DOWN 1. Volume of charts 2. Bridge in Venice 3. Young doctor 4. Sandra ____ 5. Type of salad with mayo


6. Heavenly food 7. Solemn lyric poem 8. Hair cream 9. Maniac 10. Legal matter 11. "____ the Night" 12. All over again 13.Very uncommon 15. Student's concern: abbr.

16. ____ column 21. Roast holder 22. Abominable Snowman 25. Basketry material 27.Vanish 28. Draw 29. Hole piercer 31. Baby-sit 32. Eastern bigwig 35. Red-breasted bird 36. More than prompt 37. Minn. neighbor 41. High nest 42. Species 44.Trigonometric function 46. Male bovine 48.Turn a penny 49. Card number three 50. Boutique 55. Indian-fabric worm 56. Glacial deposit 57. Winter Olympics event 59. Otherwise 63. Indigenous 64. Beetle 66. Pennypincher 67.Long 69. Prepared for knighthood

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70. Engage 71. Prayer response 72. Minor dispute 75. Doggone it! 76. Obtain 79. Ajar, in poetry 80. "Aspen Extreme" prop 81. Dance step 82. Stylish

SACA conference, is being held at the Lethbridge Lodge Hotel and Conference Centre on Dec. 6-7. This year’s main theme is Weathering Agriculture Together with sub-themes focused on business and marketing, technology and innovation, managing community diseases, and growing stewardship. For more information, contact Janis at janis@farming, by phone at 403-381- 5118 or fax: at 403-382-4526. Dec. 10-11 — Southern Alberta Valdy and Tracy Brown are the entertainers on the Canadian Pacific Railway’s Holiday Train which will be making its annual ride through the prairies. The train will stop in Vulcan on Dec. 10 at 2:45 p.m. at the CP railway crossing at 1st Ave. and 2nd St. It will be in Lethbridge the same day at 6:45 p.m. at 2nd Ave. North and 12th St. behind Save On Foods. On Dec. 11 the trail will stop in Fort Macleod at 9:15 a.m., clear of level railway crossing on 5th Ave. It will be in Pincher Creek at 11:05 a.m., at the railway crossing just north of Highway 6 on Highway 3, next to Husky gas station at Pincher Station. It reaches Coleman at 1:05 p.m., east of the railway crossing, south of 17th Ave.

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