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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - September 9, 1986, Baldur, Manitoba THE 87 34 CANADA Hola school cairn planned A group of former students of Hola School have met twice at the home of Joe Christopherson in We have identified ourselves as the Hola School Commemorative Committee and we have become involved in making plans for a cairn to mark the site of Hola The committee is planning to move a granite rock to the east front of the former school mount it in and have a suitable plaque The estimated cost for this project is about The Committee is sending letters to former students or interested asking for donations we have some way of raising the money to meet this We wish to contact as many former students and teachers as possible to let them know about the plans for the Hola Please contact any one of the following Lily Box ROK Donna Box ROK Rosalie Box Cypress The committee is hoping to have work at the site started this Plans also are underway for a good old fashioned school picnic to dedicate the cairn at the old school yard on June 1987 at Death Funeral services were held September 4 in the Belmont United Church for Eveline Mary Maxwell who passed away at TriLake on 1st at the age of Interment was in Belmont Local poet on radio Hola School was built in 1S97 Congratulations Congratulations to Amber Warrener who passed her Grade II Practical Piano Exam with honors and Jennifer Major who passed her Grade I Piano Exam with 1st Class Private piano lessons start this week at the The Terry Fox Marathon of Hope September 14 marks the sixth annual Terry Fox commemorating Terrys Marathon of With six weeks left to go before the Run registrations for Run sites indicate more Manitobans than ever before will be participating in this years Im very happy with the results so One hundred and twelve Run sites have registered with participants This represents a 15 per cent increase over last year and I hope that translates into funds says Provincial Run Norman All funds raised are directed by the National Cancer Institute to help innovative research to find a cure for This was Terrys dream and it awaits The largest Run in the province will be through the Assiniboine organized by the Royal Canadian Over people will jog or wheel their way through the 10k We want people to enjoy to come out and bring their says There will be over 200 Run sites throughout the province and further information can be obtained from the Provincial Run phone Plan to Pledge or Help is says Yearbook Completed The 198586 Baldur School Yearbook is now on This year the Elementary School is also included in the The book sells for and can be purchased at The Gazette Office or at the Also the 198081 and 198283 yearbooks are still can be purchased for at The Gazette Baldur Pony Club wins Championship Al a local will be heard reading from own works on the CBC radio Arts Eneowrat S o o ca O o 13th at The pro gram will be repeated on the FM Band on The braodcast is part of a program featuring Al and a Swedish American Folk Group which performed at Grund Church last The program was jointly sponsored by the CBC and the Tiger Hills Arts The Weather 1 to 8 High Rain mm The Keystone Centre in Brandon was the site of the Manitoba Pony Benefit Show andProvincial Dressage Show Jumping The held August 23 24 was a great success and the members of the Baldur Pony Club proved themselves to be very competent In the Dressage Nicole Conrad placed second while Jacquie Van De Velde placed The Baldur Dressage team placed second in the At the C level Kim Dalman placed second and Frankie Maxwell placed In the Show Jumping Baldur did even Our D team of Shannon Tammy Corena Turnbull and Jacquie Van De Velde placed first in the In the individual Shannon Desrochers was 1st overall and Tammy Nault was I think our teams should be congratulated for their fine In the open part of the Benefit our members once again exhibited their dedication and The results for Baldur Pony Club members are as follows Nicole Conrad 4th Special under saddle 6th basic seat B Special over fences 6thtrot jumper 4thbareback Jacquie Van De Veiide Special under saddle 4thbasic seat A 3rdHunt seat A 3rd green working hunter over fences Special over fences 5thgreen working hunter under saddle road hack 6thShow hack 3rdbareback Corena TurabuII 3rd basic seat A 2ndhunt seat A 3rdlow working hunter over fences 5thgreen working hunter over fences Special over fences 3rdtake your own line 5thhack Tammy Nault 6th basic seat C 3rdhunt seat C Special over Colleen Conrad 3rd pony working hunter under saddle Special under saddle 5thbasic seat C 4thhunt seat C 5thPony working hunter over fences Special over Dena Metcalff 4thPony working hunter under saddle Special under saddle 1stbasic seat C 6thhunt seat C Special over fence 1st trot jumper 3rdhack Kim Dalman 4th working hunter under saddle 1st working amateur working hunter over fences 2ndtraining jumper 4thfault and out Road hack 5thhack Shannon Desrochers 3rd Special under Frankie Maxwell 2nd Basic seat Heather Thompson 4th Pony working hunter over fences 5thPony
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