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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - November 2, 1983, Baldur, Manitoba Legislative Library 200 Vaughan R3COP8 31 The Gaze 84 41 Manitoba 1983 School Division Happenings The minutes of the seventeenth meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Tiger Hills School Division held at the Division on October 1983 at 8 All members were TurnbullMarginet That the minutes of the meeting of October 1983 be adopted as Foresters Make More Donations The Baldur Foresters have once again made donations to several worthwhile They have recently made the following donations which total unnnnn Cancer Heart Baldur Manor Faternal RutherfordSterling That we agree to the suggestion from the Tiger Hills Division Association 29 of the Manitoba Teachers Society to waive the requirement in the Collective Agreement that negotiations commence within 14 days of October 25th and recommend that the first meeting be held on or before December MarginetOdell That we approve the nomination of Gregory Lee and Catherine Lee to apply for DND effective the 198485 school Cd RichmondTurnbull That we approve application from David Owcsar to apply for an exchange teaching position in the United effective the 198485 school ChambersStanton That we ratify the employment of Brad Einarson as a time custodian at Glenboro School effective October with salary as per Schedule ChambersSterling That we request the to give us the authority to until the spring of the roof replacement repairs at Glenboro and Belmont Schools which were authorized in a letter dated from continued on page 6 Halloween Costumes A large number of the students were well dress ed for the Halloween Parties held at the school on Monday On the left we see Clint Gudnason taking advantage of the mild weather to dress as a Hawaian girl complete with grass On the right we have clowns Ryan Michael Gillis and Kevin
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