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The Clearview Public School’s community consultation is next week on Nov. 19 at the Erskine school. This is a forum for community members who have children or grandchildren and those who care about what makes Erskine school a vital component of our community.

The Clearview Public School’s community consultation is next week on Nov. 19 at the Erskine school. This is a forum for community members who have children or grandchildren and those who care about what makes Erskine school a vital component of our community.

All community area residents are encouraged to attend the event and help have a voice. Please RSVP with the school at 742-5220 before Nov. 17 as a light supper will be provided. Please also provide notice if childcare is required and for how many. Supper starts at 6 p.m. and the consultation at 6:30 p.m.

Erskine school held their Remembrance Day service on Nov. 5. The Legion attended bringing with them a World War II and Korean War veteran who read to the students. The students had prepared songs, poems and stories to recite for the service. A Powerpoint presentation started out the service put together by Austin Marlow in remembrance of our soldiers. The whole service had a reverence about it, that helped instill a remembrance and thanks to all soldiers past and present.

I’d like to give thanks to all those who have fought for freedom, those who gave their lives for freedom, and those who still work and fight to help keep our country free.

This weekend, the Erskine volleyball teams will attend the CARA volleyball competition to see who makes it to CWAJHAA. The girls play in Donalda on Friday, and then in Stettler on Saturday. The boys are in Erskine all weekend.

On Nov. 20, report cards are sent home and Nov. 25 is parent-teacher conference day.

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