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Annie is coming to Blaine Lake

Annie is coming to Blaine Lake

Gillian Pearson and Michelle Dunning are a dynamic Blaine Lake duo taking their musical and drama experience to another level.

Fundraising results improve and renew hall

I would like to thank everyone who comes to fundraisers, jam sessions, potlucks and other events in support of Maymont Memorial Hall. Someone asked me what a fundraiser is.

How many words does the average person read in a day?

Every day we see lots of different text on television, on computer monitors, on street signs, in newspapers and magazines, and in letters and papers at work or school. Even on our cell phones, we text and see full words or abbreviations of words.

UCHS mixed curling team wins regionals, off to provincial competition

Well today, did we notice March come in like a lamb or a lion? Experiencing one of the most mild winters on record, I doubt either weather prediction will influence people's decision on this being one of the most liked winters they have experienced.
Children only store supports Worldvision

Children only store supports Worldvision

Mme Blais' Grade 7 class and Mme Weber's Grade 6/7 class organized a Children Only Christmas Store prior to Christmas at Ecole Monseigneur Blaise Morand. The items sold were new or gently used items that were donated by parents and teachers.
Red Hats hosting provincial convention

Red Hats hosting provincial convention

It's not really a convention. It's actually a birthday party. And the Red Hats are ready. It's the second time Red Hats in the Battlefords have hosted the provincial celebration of founder Sue Ellen Cooper's birthday.
NWSD schools win three provincial sportsmanship awards

NWSD schools win three provincial sportsmanship awards

Three Northwest School Division schools received Provincial Sportsmanship Awards from the Saskatchewan High Schools Athletic Association in the past week.

Pine Island Apartment news

Sam and Barb Kennedy stopped in to see their mom Theresa Kennedy. Dorothy Kissick had her daughter Cindy and Joe of Unity take her out for dinner and then visited grandchildren Desarie, Nathan and Quinton Blanchette.

Centre spruced up for Valentine's Day

Kaiser was played at the Maidstone Drop In Centre Feb. 12. Tied for high score were Jean Stewart and Dorothy Schwartz. Low score went to Eva Inkster. Lunch was provided by Lil McMillan.

Artless Fabrications explores fibre

A unique exhibition of fibre works is on display at the Chapel Gallery for the month of March. Carol Schmold created one piece each week for a year.