Ottawa, Red Deer and Saskatoon among Rotary Club Exchange destinations this year

Alexandra Damian, Catlin Forseth and Shayna Brower have been selected to take part in the Rotary Club Exchange program this year.

WILDCATS’ CORNER — The following students have been selected to take part in the Rotary Club Exchange program this year Alexandra Damian will be going to Ottawa in May, Catlin Forseth will be attending the Rotary Youth Leadership in Red Deer in May, and Shayna Brower will be attending the adventures in Science and Technology in Saskatoon in April. Congratulations to all who won!

Our school has opened an online store, there is a wide selection of merchandise, apparel, sportswear and accessories. Excellent quality products with no minimum orders and custom printing and embroidery. Customize each garment with your own school logo, sport logo, alumni Logo, or Wildcat logo! Customizable logo, colours and personalization all made by the 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 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.

On Friday, March 3 at the Donalda Hall, Clearview Volleyball Club is hosting a paint night. Tickets are $45.

The Stettler Princess Ball is looking for volunteers to set up tables and chairs and decorating on Friday, March 3 from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m., so let us know if you can volunteer your time.

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