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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - November 9, 1983, Baldur, Manitoba Legislative Library Yaughan 31 I HE 84 42 1983 Education Highlights French Students Here For Weeks Exchange The classes missed for September and October have now been sent you will notice on them that I forgot to change the year to 8384 but this will be done for the next set due at the end of Reports will be going home on 10 there of be no school on the Remembrance and on 14 there will be no classes as Monday is ParentTeacher interview If a time is specified on your childs report for an interview please attempt to be on or make arrangements for an interview at another Hanks will be at the school only until noon on if you cant make it by then and you want to see Hanks then please phone and make alternate The exchange students from Quebec arrived in Baldur at about Sunday and following is the itinery of events for the Municipal Jobs Projects Approved Several towns and municipalities in this area will benefit from the Manitoba Jobs Fund At the Village of Treherne they will receive for the construction of a At Cartwright they will receive to be used to demolish a derelict At Pilot they will receive to renovate the Municipal Boissevain will be recieving to be used for repairs to the arena Bonspiel Here This Weekend The mens fall bonspiel will be held here this and It will feature 3 events and it appears it will have a full 24 rink The finals will be held on Sunday The kitchen will be in operation during this Tiger Hills Hockey League Reorganized The Tiger Hills Senior Hockey League held its reorganization meeting on November All of last years teams Crystal Cypress River Carberry have indicated they will ice teams again this Clearwater has also been accepted on a one year trial The schedule will see each team play 24 The playoffs will see the top four teams compete in the Championship Playoff and the next four teams will play in the Consolation The league executive will consist of Perry Hurton of Glenboro as Commissioner Tony Fraser of Glenboro SecretaryTreasurer Jack Elliott of Carberry as RefereeInChief Doug Collins retired but will assist league in finding a Remembrance Day Service 11 Lutheran Church at Legion members fall in at the Dropin Centre at
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