Successful school year ends

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Halkirk Herald

Congratulations to all the Mother Teresa students who have completed another successful year. It was an unusual year with no grade nine class. Four new grade ones, Dakota Gemme, Sage Gonda, Toryn Johnson and Owen Schauer will start school next year. Three kindergarten students are expected – Ray Musgrove, Coy Schilling and Elisabeth Williams.

The Jr. High students went on a canoe trip and camp out at Big Knife Park on Thursday to celebrate the year’s end.

Several Clearview bus drivers and support staff were treated to an appreciation lunch, compliments of UFA at the Bus shop in Stettler on June 22.

Congratulations to Steve and Amanda Jackson on the safe arrival of an 8 lb., 9 oz. baby girl, Kaylee Dawn Shirley, born on June 21 in Red Deer. Proud grandparents, Dan and Clara Fowler, have had grandson, two-year-old Brody, visiting with them for a few days.

Sympathy of the community goes out to the family of Isabel Stewart, who passed away on Friday morning in Castor at the age of 97 years. Services will be held at the United Church in Castor with interment in the Gadsby cemetery.

Congratulations are extended to Jennifer Lee and Curtis Van Esch who were married on June 25 at an outdoor ceremony at the Van Esch farm South of Nevis. The reception and dance was held in Stettler.

We send congratulations out to Lauren Potter and Clint Saruga who held their wedding, reception, open house and dance in Galahad. The newlyweds will make their home in Stettler.

Congratulations to Jenna Nibourg who received her diploma in interior design from Lakeland college in Vermillion and is now completing her practicum in Edmonton. Her parents attended the ceremonies.

If you were waiting to send in your story for the history book your time has run out, unfortunately they had to set a deadline.

The seniors held their June meeting and year end pot-luck supper on Tuesday evening. The next regular meeting will be held on September 20.

Dean Fowler has completed his first year of oilfield drafting in Calgary and is working in the area over the summer.

Enida Stewart stopped by for a visit with her daughter Rose Koenraadt, Jan, Scott and Matthew on her way back from visiting with family in Wainwright.

Stan and Dorothy Anderson spent a few days in Calgary attending the grade 12 graduation celebrations of grandson, Benson Weyant.

Lowell and Janette Berry had family down to help them build a fence around their yard.

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