Grade 9 grads bid Erskine farewell

Erskine School’s Grade 9 students hosted their Erskine farewell last week.

MOVING ON — Grade 9 students from Erskine School staged their farewell night last week. The Grade 9 graduates are: back row (from left) Will Hall

Erskine School’s Grade 9 students hosted their Erskine farewell last week.

All of the Grade 9 students participated in the program to produce a great night for all.

Despite the bad weather that rolled in Saturday night, Erskine and area was a busy place last weekend.

A multi-family garage sale was held Saturday in Erskine and raised more than $800 in support of a Stettler palliative-care hospital bed.

Nancy Bauman leaves for Fernie, B.C., on Friday to bike 202 kilometres to Longview in honour of her father, Vern Raho, and to raise money for the Stettler palliative-care bed.

Best wishes, Nancy.

Last weekend, the Jaiden Robbins Memorial Golf Tournament was held at Pheasantback to raise money for the Stollery Children’s Hospital in Edmonton. Including this year’s donations, the four year total is expected to top $100,000.

Birthday wishes goes out to Tara Kruk on June 14. Happy anniversary to Harry and Maureen Neitz on June 13.

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