A lot of money raised for hampers

WILDCAT CORNER -- This week at William E. Hay Stettler Secondary Campus, basketball has started up and we have had a big tournament.

WILDCAT CORNER — This week at William E. Hay Stettler Secondary Campus, basketball has started up and we have had a big tournament so far. The JV Girls got first place. Congratulations to all.

The Christmas Hamper money has been collected, so all our fundraising is over. The early total is approximately $9,000 raised for the hampers. The Night of the Bands was on Monday, Dec. 14 and it was a big success.

Dec. 17 is ugly sweater day. We will also be having a fun day on the last day before the Christmas break, which is Dec. 18. That is all for the week and this year. I hope everyone has a very safe and happy holiday season and a Happy New Year!

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