Byemoor School Educational Society gears up for its springtime fundraiser

Students will be selling hanging baskets and other garden items to raise funds for school items.

BYEMOOR/ENDIANG NEWS — Byemoor School Educational Society is gearing up for its springtime fundraiser again. Students will be marketing from Meadowbrook Greenhouses premium hanging baskets, organic fertilizer and such. They will also have available garden items from the Versey catalogue.

Proceeds will be used to fund extra items for the school to benefit the students.

In order or to receive more information contact any Byemoor School student or the parent committee Rhonda Maginn at 403-579-2228 or Suzanne Sorensen at 403-884-2455.

Grades 4-9 students of the Byemoor School travelled to the Brownfield School on Thursday, March 23 for its Heritage Fair. The students took their heritage fair projects along for display. Principal Mr. Corey Van Zandbergen accompanied the students and the bus driver was Rosemary Stulberg.

Students, teachers, staff and bus drivers of the Byemoor School are enjoying their spring break. Friday, March 24 was the last day of school before the break and classes will resume on April 3.

Birthday greetings are sent to Bev Davis who celebrated her 75th birthday on March 23 and to Carol Stulberg celebrating her 85th birthday on April 2. Congratulations on your special milestone birthdays, ladies and best wishes for many more.

Linda Kobi along with all six of her Canadian grandchildren, as well as daughter and son-in-law Erin and Brian Prehn enjoyed a vacation to Australia during the spring break. There Linda and family got to visit with her son and daughter-in-law Kent and Tamlin Kobi and her Australian grandchildren in Sydney. It sounds like they had a fun-packed time with family and sightseeing.

Remember anyone wishing to book a table for the mini-tradeshow at the Byemoor Bull-a-rama on Friday, April 14 is to call Paige Jones at 403-876-2923.

Springtime humour “Spring is the time of year, when it is summer in the sun and winter in the shade.” Charles Dickens

“In the Spring, I have counted 136 different kinds of weather, all inside a 24 hour period.” Mark Twain

“Spring is when you feel like whistling even with a shoe full of slush.” Doug Larson

 

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