Mother Teresa students liked Wm. E. Hay play

Mother Teresa students had the opportunity to attend a performance of ‘A Christmas Carol’ at the PAC in Stettler on Friday.

Mother Teresa students had the opportunity to attend a performance of ‘A Christmas Carol’ at the PAC in Stettler on Friday. They thought the Wm. E Hay drama class did an amazing job and they loved it.

Elks’ annual breakfast with Santa was held last Sunday with around 100 people; attendance was down a little but those attending enjoyed the full breakfast.

The Elks Christmas party and community appreciation supper was last Tuesday catered to by the staff from the Circle Square on Tuesday evening.

Bill 6 protest was held last Tuesday in Red Deer several from the area attended this packed meeting.

There are several youngsters from our community playing on the local hockey teams. Playing with Castor in Novice is Ella May Perry; in Atom are Brandyn Baird, Toryn Johnson, Ray Musgrove, Tayah Perry and Owen Schauer; in Peewee is Logan Perry; In Bantam are Brody Baird and Trey MacGillivray. Playing with the Stettler girls team is Devon Johnson. Many of the rest of the teams’ players have ties to Halkirk and the games are regularly attended by grandparents, aunts and uncles. We are very proud of all these young athletes.

Coming up: Dec. 10 and Dec 17 Hall board Christmas bingos with Ham and Turkey ; Dec. 15 Mother Teresa Christmas concert at the school at 7 p.m.; Dec. 15 regular seniors’ meeting and potluck at 6 p.m.; Dec. 17 last day of school until Jan. 4.


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