Tickets for high school play are now on sale

Sports have been in full swing as the volleyball season is ending and basketball is starting up.

Sports have been in full swing as the volleyball season is ending and basketball is starting up. At the junior high, CARA starts today, Nov. 4. Upcoming games are on Saturday, Nov. 7 at Stettler (CARA final tournament) and Saturday, Nov. 21 (CWAJHAA regional tournament, location to be determined).

Congratulations to the Wildcat football team who beat out Rocky Mountain House at home 36-0 in their league semi-final last week. The league championship is in Sylvan Lake this upcoming Saturday.

It was Halloween Dress-up day this past Friday and everyone that participated had fun. YCAT had a costume contest over lunch, and Be the Change did a campaign called “We Scare Hunger.” This campaign worked directly with our local food bank and our Ford dealership. We are grateful for the community because lots of non-perishable food items were brought to William E. Hay Stettler Secondary Campus on Friday, Oct. 30 where there was a Ford truck ready to be filled.

There is a junior high dance on Friday, Nov. 6 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. FCS (Fellowship of Christian Students) is preparing for Operation Christmas Child and will be having a bake sale every Thursday at lunch for the next two weeks to raise money for the boxes, which they will be packing in late November during TA/CIA.

The tickets for a Christmas Carol High School have gone on sale at Wells Furniture and at the high school office. The dates are December 3 to 5 with December 4 being a dinner theater.

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