Colourful ceremony for grads

Congratulations to all Erskine grads who celebrated their graduation at the William E. Hay Composite High School

Congratulations to all Erskine grads who celebrated their graduation at the William E. Hay Composite High School graduation ceremony last weekend at the Stettler Recreation Centre.

The grads sat under a canopy of teal, grey and white, with a rink full of supporters wishing them well in their future endeavours.

Erskine School’s Grade 9 farewell is tonight. Congratulations to our Erskine students who now move on into the high school next fall.

Students are in a countdown to end the school year. They are now down to four weeks of school before the summer break.

Big Valley hosts the elementary track meets this year — June 5, ECS to Grade 3 students go for their fun track meet; June 6, grades 4 to 6 students attend their track meet.

The rain was a welcome relief as weeks of drought and wind quickly wiped away any traces of snow that might have been left a month ago.

Farmers are still under pressure to finish the last of their spring planting so it will be ready for a good harvest in the fall.

— Erskine Enquirer

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