Fine Arts Gala tonight at PAC

This week, in sports, we would like to announce that the Wildcat Athletic Recognition Night was last night.

This week, in sports, we would like to announce that the Wildcat Athletic Recognition Night was last night. The accomplishments of all the 2014-2015 athletes were recognized and celebrated. Congratulations to all those who received awards. More details to come next week.

On Saturday, June 6, the Stettler Wildcats along with the Stettler Bantam Cougars participated in the first annual Stettler Minor Football Jamboree . The Stettler Cougars player the Camrose Buffalos and defeated them 64 – 6 while the Stettler Wildcats Played the Drumheller Titans and won their jamboree style game 36–18. It was a great day for football with many raffle prizes being drawn from the many donations of various businesses from around town.

The football community is hoping that this will become an annual event that will continue to grow each year. On behalf of the Stettler Wildcat Football Team and the Stettler Minor Football, we would like to thank all of the businesses and the many volunteers for your support in making our first annual football jamboree a huge success.

In other news, tonight the Fine Arts Gala will be held at 7 p.m. in the PAC to celebrate the achievements of students in all areas of Fine Arts, including Drama, Comm Tech, and Band. The high school band will be performing with the dancers, and the improv team will provide entertainment throughout the night as well. Also, on June 15, all of the Grade 6-12 bands will be performing at Night of The Bands at 7 p.m. at the PAC.

Finally, Be The Change strongly is encouraging community members to participate in or pledge to the Hair Drive on June 12. It will take place after school until 6, so if you’re interested check it out at theCos Lab.

That’s all for this week.

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