CKCS pledges to help Maison Ruby

At Christ King Catholic School, we are currently having a fundraiser for 11-year-old Maison Ruby.

Maison Ruby is the focus of the forthcoming bowling party.

At Christ King Catholic School, we are currently having a fundraiser for 11-year-old Maison Ruby. Mason has a rare blood disorder called Hemophilia. Hemophilia is a disorder in which blood doesn’t clot like it should, so when Maison gets a small or large cut, it will not clot until he receives a needle injection. Students are busy collecting pledges for the Canadian HemophiliaSociety until Oct. 28. On this day, grades 4 to 9 will be travelling to the Stettler Bowling Alley to bowl for Maison for the afternoon. Mason’s mother, Tanya Ruby, has planned a fun afternoon that day for all students, filled with snacks and prizes.

The boys’ and girls’ volleyball teams faced off against Erskine and Byemoor on Oct. 14. All students played hard the girls conceded both games, and the boys walked away with one win. The Chargers look forward to hosting Big Valley thisWednesday for their next game.

On Oct. 16, CKCS attended Mass for the month of October. Father Don spoke about the importance of being thankful for all of our blessings. The CKCS choir also did a wonderful job of leading us in songs about thanksgiving.

CKCS is hosting a junior high dance on Friday, Oct. 23 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Anyone from grades 6-9 is welcome to join us.The theme of the dance is “Autumn” and the night will be filled with a concession stand, photo booth, awesome music, and lots of fun.

The annual CKCS Family Dance will be hosted on Nov. 6. All families are welcome. There will be a cakewalk and a silent auction. Parent council is currently looking for donations for both, There will also be a concession stand. The time is tentatively set for 6:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m.


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