Get your Wm. E. Hay merchandise from our online store

Our school is having a spring fundraiser. We will be selling De Simone Farms Fruit from Wednesday, Feb. 1 to Friday, Feb. 10.

WILDCATS’ CORNER — Our school is having a spring fundraiser. We will be selling De Simone Farms Fruit from Wednesday, Feb. 1 to Friday, Feb. 10. Items for sale include Okanagan fruit (apples, pears, oranges, and grapefruit) and many other delicious treats.

Wm. E. Hay has also opened an online store where there is a wide selection of merchandise, apparel, sportswear and accessories. Excellent quality products (no minimums) with custom printing and embroidery. You can customize each garment with your own school logo, sport logo, alumni logo, or Wildcat logo! Customizable logo, colors and personalization all made by a click of a mouse. Each order is shipped right to your door and payment can be made at the time of order. Wm. E. Hay Stettler Secondary Campus receives a commission on every sale. Show your pride, spirit and support by wearing your Wm. E. Hay Stettler Secondary Campus gear.

Our school’s athletic board is also having a fundraiser. They are selling Subway Value Cards for $10. The card provides $55 worth of Subway items. They can be picked up at the office.

Now that the second semester has started up, the clubs will be getting into full swing. Students going to Guatemala will have more fundraisers coming your way soon. The Students’ Union is hosting Disney Day on Wednesday, Feb. 8, and will be selling pop for “Crush Week” on Feb. 9, 10, and 13, followed by Red, Pink, and White Day on Feb. 14.


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