Seniors at Heart Haven and Paragon interviewed by young journalists

The Grade 8 journalism class of Stettler Middle School interviewed the residents of Heart Haven and Paragon Place. They asked the residents about Christmas when they were children. In December, they will be going back and presenting the residents with their stories and a small gift.

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Lucas Milne

The Grade 8 journalism class of Stettler Middle School interviewed the residents of Heart Haven and Paragon Place. They asked the residents about Christmas when they were children. In December, they will be going back and presenting the residents with their stories and a small gift.

On Dec. 17, at 7 p.m. at the Performing Arts Centre, the Grade 6 band and musical theatre classes will present their Christmas concert. The grade six musical theatre will perform “Christmas around the Clock” and the band will open the concert with some numbers they have prepared.

Candy grams: they will cost 25 cents each. The colors are red and green. They will be sold on the Dec. 11, 14, 15 and 16. All the funds will go to the Stettler Hamper Fund. Every time you buy a candy gram, your name will be put in for a draw. Then you have a chance to win a stuffed Christmas animal and a stocking full of treats. There is a draw for every grade.

We will have school dance on Dec. 18 in the afternoon, and before we leave for the holiday break, candy grams will be handed out after the dance. On behalf of SMS staff and student we wish you a Merry Christmas.

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