Family contributions to bake sale will be appreciated

Such a warm December is wreaking havoc for the ice at the skating rink, but be patient and you will be skating on it soon.

Such a warm December is wreaking havoc for the ice at the skating rink, but be patient and you will be skating on it soon.

Coming up at the Erskine School Tuesday, Dec. 15 is the Junior High Drama Night; Christmas Concert at 7 p.m. on Thursday Dec. 17. Swimming Pool Party from 1 to 2 p.m. on Dec. 18 for grades ECS to 6, and on Dec. 21 Christmas break begins. School will be back in on Jan. 4.

The parent council is asking each family from ECS to Grade 6 to bring two articles of baking (1 dozen each) for the Christmas Concert Bake Sale. All baking will be sold after the concert and all proceeds will go to the parent council, which, in turn, goes back to the students.

Phase 1 is completed for providing water to the school and hopefully Phase 2 will begin shortly.

The Tailcreek Snowbirds has the Christmas Card up at the post office, if you would like your name on it, donations can be made in the post office.

The Erskine Recreation Board will hold its Christmas meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 15. Come on out and find out what is going on in your community as well as enjoy some goodies.

Dance Jams is this Sunday at the IOOF Hall from 1 to 4 p.m. Come on out and enjoy. A donation to lunch would be appreciated.

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