Paint Night in Donalda on March 3

Our school’s Athletic Board is having a fundraiser. They are selling Subway Value Cards for $10.

WILDCATS’ CORNER — 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 Donalda Hall Clearview Volleyball club is hosting a paint night. Tickets are $45.

Please contact Melanie Parchewsky at 780-608-5597 for more information/tickets.

On Wednesday, Feb. 22 is Pink Shirt Day. Wear pink to make a statement that each of us can make a difference when it comes to anti-bullying efforts.

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.

Students from the trip to San Diego left last Tuesday and returned on Friday. I am sure that they had an amazing time and have represented our school well.

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