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Wawota news - a great presentation for students

An informative presentation at the Wawota Parkland School.
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WAWOTA - On March 1, the students at Wawota Parkland School were treated to a presentation by Monroe Mondor (and Charlie). Monroe, who is nicknamed Musher Moe, brought her sled dogs and told the classes about dog sledding.

Congratulations on her third-place finish in the 50-mile Canadian Challenge Dog Sled Race (rookie). She also received the Spirit of the North Award. Monroe is a Grade 9 student in Wawota and the daughter of Dexter and Erin.

Josephina Trinidad, who spent several months visiting with family members in Wawota, has returned home to the Philippines. Jordan Trinidad took some holidays from DVL to accompany his mother home. Josephina is looking forward to visiting Canada in the summer months.

Parker Weatherald has returned after a six-week tour of Thailand and Vietnam.

David and Nicki Ford arrived home last week after an extended holiday in Hawaii. While there they had friends Glen and Deb Sorenson of Kenosee Lake, as well as Kelly and Wendy Greenbank and Sherry Wilson visit them.

Later in the month, Paul and Tenille Ford, Emry, Autumn and Grady, as well as Zoey Friesen, visited for a time.

Dennis and Sarah Weatherald, Madeleine, Amelia and Kathryn travelled to Orlando where they visited with Joe and Lauraine Weatherald. They also enjoyed the sights, especially Disney World.

Sympathy to Duane Lamontagne, Brandi and Aaron and their families on the passing of a beloved wife and mother. Deborah (Debbie) Joy Lamontagne passed away at Deer View Lodge on Feb. 27. She was 66 years old.


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