Spring filled with class trips, graduation and 4-H shows

Birthday wishes go out to Andrew Nibourg on May 25 and Candace Rider on May 29.

Birthday wishes go out to Andrew Nibourg on May 25 and Candace Rider on May 29.

Happy anniversary to Colby and Toni Squires on May 24 and Chris and Patti Standage on May 25.

Erskine hosted the big 4-H district beef show and sale this week at the Agriplex in Stettler.

Erskine-area students are among those who will graduate this week from William E. Hay high school in ceremonies Saturday at the Stettler Recreation Centre.

Year-end field trips start this week, with grades 4 and 5 students going to Black Foot Crossing.

Erskine School talent show is slated for this Friday, and grades 4 through 6 will attend the Big Valley track and field competition next Tuesday, May 29.

Junior high drama dessert night is slated for Monday, May 28.

Playschool registration for the upcoming fall start is June 1 at Erskine School.

CHERI NEITZ – Erskine Enquirer

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