January Remark

2010 Hot List - Things to look forward to!
End of recession
The Olympics in BC
More powder days
Cheap flights
Late night bevies at picnic
A baby you know is going to be born
Hot Dog Day
Sex and the City 2
Your next road trip
Fresh starts
New phone technology/new bike stuff
Scrutinizing Hot Tub Time Machine
Drinking a beer over a campfire/jumping in a lake
Music festivals
The Stanley Cup playoffs
Bon Jovi at the Calgary Stampede
New music and fashion
Planting your garden

January Playlist by Heaven Stitch and Design
1. Frank-Rural Alberta Advantage
2. Animal-Miike Snow
3. Melody Day-Caribou
4. Love in a Trashcan-Raveonettes
5. Orange Sky-Alexi Murdoch
6. Star Mile-Joshua Radin
7. Deceptacon-Le Tigre
8. Beggin'-Madcon
9. Dead Letter & the Infinite Yes-Wintersleep
10. Jesus Etc-Wilco
11. No Heaven-DJ Champion
12. Fashionable People-Joel Plasket
13. Wonderful World-James Morrison
14. More Than Life-Whitley

The Ice Gala – A sparkling success
Another holiday season has passed and many shiny new memories were born out of the annual Salvation Army fundraising gala. This year $7664 was raised. Ticket sales, bar proceeds, raffle tickets, all the Clubhouse staff’s tips, and a small handful of volunteers pulled off this success. Huge thanks to everyone who attended. Big ups to the volunteers. You can be sure next year will be even more enchanting.

Bonus Fundraising!! Professional photos of you and your friends are online!!
To view or purchase KyleHamiltonPhotography.com images from the Ice Gala visit: www.mountainstockphotos.com/private_gallery.php
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Once logged in, choose "Gala" from the side menu. KyleHamiltonPhotography.com will be donating all profits to the Salvation Army. Buy your photo!

Check Out The Pub For the “Snowed in Comedy Tour”
January 26, 9pm
Starring Dan Quinn, Craig Campbell plus other famous Canadian comedians.

Stay Warm With This!
1 lb ground beef, cooked and rinsed
2 cans rinsed dark kidney beans
small tin of tomato paste
2 cans of chopped tomatoes
1 onion, chopped
bunch of celery, chopped
2 tablespoons of packed brown sugar
1 green pepper, chopped
1 package chili seasoning
cumin to taste
Directions: Okay, now the hard part. In the morning before you head to the hill, put it all in the crockpot and cook on low. When you get home (in five hours) it will be ready for you. Serve with grated cheese and toasty buns. You can use the rest for lunches at school or work!