‘Ugly Sweater Day’ on the last Friday of school

WILDCATS' CORNER -- The basketball season has started and the JV girls and boys are off to a good start.

WILDCATS’ CORNER — The basketball season has started and the JV girls and boys are off to a good start.

Be The Change will be having a silent auction that will run on the Night of the Bands with the proceeds going towards Heartland Victim Services. The Night of the Bands will be on Thursday, Dec. 15 at 7 p.m.

SADD is doing their annual liquor bag campaign to discourage drinking and driving during the holiday season. GSA is doing a clothing drive for the month of December. Please be sure to bring your used clothes to the school. The Fellowship of Christian Students is having a bake sale every Thursday to fundraise for their trip to Guatemala in July next year. The Fellowship of Christian Students had their Ladies’ Tea on Saturday afternoon, Dec. 10.

The Students’ Union is helping prepare and serve breakfast at the Potter’s Hands Ministries Soup Kitchen in Red Deer on Saturday, Dec. 17 to do something for the less fortunate. The group is also organizing several holiday activities in the school. Students’ Union will be hosting “Ugly Sweater Day” on Friday, Dec. 16. They will be judging a Door Decorating contest on Monday, Dec. 19, and will be organizing a Christmas fun day of activities on the last day of school this year, Tuesday, Dec. 20.

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