Lac Ste. Anne Bulletin September 11, 2017 - Page 3

Just Stuff GUNN ESSO THE Lac Ste. Anne BULLETIN • Monday, September 11, 2017 • Page 3 I usually write JUST STUFF on Wednesdays. Wednesday is the Bul- letin’s deadline for articles etc. This week I wrote JUST STUFF on Tuesday. The reason for this was I was going on the East End Bus to Miette Hot Springs on the Wednesday. I feel like such a rebel, skip- ping work! September is turning out to be a busy month. September 5th school was in. Please remember to slow down in school zones and watch out for school buses. If you pass a school bus that is stopped and has its blinking lights on, you can get huge fin e. Same with speeding in a school zone. The gardens and crops are ready (or just about ready) to be harvested. On Saturday, September 23 it’s the 11th annual thresh- ing bee. There are many other local events happening in September. Be sure to read your local papers to find out what they are. In the last Bulletin there was an article that I really think is worth mentioning. It was about vaccinations. The write up said that vaccinations are not only for kids. We never outgrow our need to keep our shots up to date. It protects not only ourselves but others like infants and people with weakened immune systems. The vaccines recommended for each in- dividual is based on age, health condition, your type of job and where you travel. Adults require a tetanus, diptheria and whooping cough booster every 10 years. You should have an influenza vaccine on a yearly basis. In 2014 there was a survey. It was discovered that less then 10% of Canadian adults are up to date with their immunizations. Vaccines can protect you from a lot of complications caused from these diseases. Call Health Link at 811 to be directed to your local public health nursing office. A health nurse will tell you what vac- cines you need to be fully protected. I will share a bit of Canadian trivia again. Anne Murray was the first Under New Management Hiring Full-time & Part-time Cashiers Experience preferred. Resumes Required. Contact: Chris 780-952-8828 Business 780-967-2688 Email Canadian solo singer to reach number one on the U.S. charts. Well it’s time for me to say goodbye. I still have to pack for Miette. Until next time--- Chere Myers - BeachComber Beauty and Barber just_stuff_@hotmail .com 780-924-3242 Onoway Legion Come and Enjoy Our Great Friday Night Dinners 5:30 - 7:00 pm Or As Long As The Food Lasts Open to the Public Lounge open 3:00pm The Legion now has free wifi for those that want come and enjoy the Legion and use it with their various devices September 15, 2017 Alice Spring Chicken $15.00 Children under 8 Dinner $9.00 Potatoes, Veggies, Salad, Fresh Buns, Pickles, dessert, tea & Coffee By Glo Jahelka& Crew Meal Reservations Recommended And Meal Sales Begin At 4:30pm Draws Every Friday For reservation and more information about Friday night dinners, Please Call Bob at 967-3640 Legion Hall Rentals - Ted 967-4980