Fine Arts board to help with Haunted House at the Museum

WILDCATS' CORNER -- The Cross-Country team will attend provincials on Saturday, Oct. 15. Good luck to all participants.

WILDCATS’ CORNER — The CrossCountry team will attend provincials on Saturday, Oct. 15. Good luck to all participants. The Senior High Boys Volleyball team has a home tournament next weekend. The Senior High girls had a home game against Morrin, yesterday.

Last Monday the Junior and Senior High students had a presentation concerning Magazine Sales, and order forms have been handed out. Congratulations to those who received awards at the junior high Awards Night.

The local Be the Change Group is doing the We Scare Hunger Campaign again. The group will be coming around on Halloween night to collect food for our local food bank. There is no obligation, but it would be appreciated if you could donate some food to our local cause.

The play this year is called “Almost, Maine.” It is a play about falling in love and falling out of love. Rehearsals have started and the play is well underway. The play will be performed from Nov. 30-Dec. 3. The Fine Arts board is helping with the Museum’s Haunted House. It is running from Oct. 27-29 and will be a lot of fun. Hope to see you there.

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