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Girls begin basketball season with a win

This week at William E. Hay Stettler Secondary Campus the basketball season has officially started.

This week at William E. Hay Stettler Secondary Campus the basketball season has officially started. The senior girls’ team won their first game. The JV basketball teams have a home tournament this weekend. Play begins at 1:30 on Friday afternoon.

The Night of the Bands will be at 7 p.m. on Dec. 14 at the PAC. Come out and support your local bands. The wreaths came in for the students going to New Orleans. It was very successful and everyone came to pick them up.

The Christmas Carol High School finished up this weekend on Dec. 5. Both spectators and cast had a wonderful time. The dinner theater was a blast and everyone stayed in character the whole time. The food was wonderful. We would like to send a huge “thank you” to Mr. Huo and all the students that stayed to make the food. Another big thank you goes to all those people who helped make the play successful.

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