Halfmoon Happenings: Pickleball in full swing

The Halfmoon Bay Community Association (HBCA) sponsored winter/spring session of pickleball at Halfmoon Bay Community School (5:30 to 7:30 p.m.) is in full swing. 

There are three courts available, paddles and balls included. Wear gym attire and good running/court shoes, $4/night-session. Free for first session with some instruction given. 

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What a wonderful day for a hike. Huge thank you to Tim Dayton for sharing information and leading the way through the trails on Sunday morning. HBCA hopes that everyone enjoyed their hiking adventure and looks forward to arranging more in the future. If you are interested, contact Cindy at cindy.kisser@telus.net. 

Students at Halfmoon Bay Elementary would like to thank all those in the community who donated their empty bottles and cans. The bottle drive was a huge success and will go a long way towards the annual yearbook and the Grade 7 graduation. Many thanks as well to all the parents and bottle collectors who worked so hard. 

The next Halfmoon Bay Tween Night (10 to 12 years old) is Friday, Jan. 25. Contact Wendy White for more information: wwhite@sd46.bc.ca

To have your say at the Bay, contact me before 5 p.m. Monday at teknight@telus.net or 604-885-5034.

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