Calder school welcomes new teacher

Calder School students and stuff would like to welcome Ms. Jenna-lee Rusnak. She will be teaching grade 5 to 8 class.
Calder School students will  be going skating at the Calder Rink.
Calder Rink opened on Friday from 7 to 9 and on Sunday from 1 to 3. So bring your family and friends out to the Calder Rink.
Calder School students are still taking swimming lessons in Yorkton.
The Calder Good Neighbour Centre held their whist drive on Saturday. Here are the winners of the whist drive: Julia Mclean, Marjory Mankish and Mildred Danylko, low went to Elmer Eftoda. The Pot of Gold winners are Arthur Martenuk and Judy Pryslak.
Deepest sympathy to Mildred Danylko and her family on the passing of Mildred’s mother, Elsie Baumaung of Roblin, MB.
Congratulations to Dave and Hernitta Korb on the safe arrival of their new grandson. The proud parents are Sarah and Landon Lavigne of Regina, SK.
Congratulations to Angie and Conrad Fleury on the safe arrival of their new granddaughter.
Calder Parkland Regional Library had our local author, Tammy Antony, read her two story books that she wrote for the Calder School students from grade one to four.
Tammy Antony’s books are up for sale, so if anyone would like one, phone her at 306-742-4774 for more information.

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