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Stonewall Argus (Newspaper) - October 23, 2000, Stonewall, Manitoba fSg A m By Frank Landry Entertainer Robin Chestnut thrills audiences with his unique stunts which jnciitde juggling flaming torches and sharp often while riding a For complete story please see page of division pioneer lives on BY HOLLY MACLEAN To he is considered to be the founder of the Interlake School He has been described as quiet and not one to boast of his v the late George Sadler left a permanent impres sion on schools around the Interlake as was shown last he is not soon to be He was a great man of a great man of cohesiveness and of sharing said Ted a retired teacher who spent one year at Stonewall Ive said he should have a prominent place in the division he really is the founder of the Revel was one of two former educators who bestowed the at the SCI awards library was rededicated to the for mer school The library was originally named after Sadler in nine years his The re dedication was to offer respect since his passing last When Revel first came to Stonewall in Sadler had already been a school inspector for two But the way Revel tells the 1959 was a big year for both Sadler and everyone else in the soon to be Interlake School In the Stonewall they closed the Stony iBalmoral and Argyle high schools and shot everyone into Stonewall he When the division ISD forrned that Easter it hiring neW teachers and that syias a major Revel was one of the teachers hiredthat year and one of his interviewers was Many of the trustees were only associated with local school said See SADLER page 2
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