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RED is off to a thrilling start for the season as the base is in great shape for a fun winter of La Nina filled snow. With a base of 115cm on the upper parts of the mountain, RED is already ahead of last season’s snowfall, year to date.
BCDC returned to the Miners Hall for the Saturday night gala at the Rossland Mountain Film Fest this year. Back in black (errr cow suit) and back off the blacklist. If you missed the party of the week, here's a small glimpse.
The Rossland Eagles Auxiliary is hosting a borsch luncheon on Saturday, November 27th, 1 - 4 pm in the upper hall. Lunch tickets, $6.00, include borsch, bun, dessert, coffee, and tea. Phone 362-9562 to reserve tickets or pre-order a quart of borsch and loaf of bread for $10. Proceeds to charities.
So, who was St. Andrew, and why do we connect him with Scotland? Courtesy of www.scotland.org, “Saint Andrew was one of Jesus' twelve disciples, called the Apostles. He was the brother of Simon (a.k.a Saint Peter), and the Gospel of Matthew records that the two brothers were fishing in the Sea of Galilee when Jesus called them to become "fishers of men...