Glenboro Gazette in Glenboro, Manitoba 12 Sep 1995
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Glenboro Gazette (Newspaper) - September 12, 1995, Brandon, Manitoba
Tuesday september 12.1995volleyball clinic held at Glenboro school Voli eyeball cun1 a a Jants in the com Jyh pm Rev a Ehnic held at Glenboro volleyball association instructs participants in the it opens school september 9th. Gazette photo / Lawrence Lando. By Lawrence Lannoo staff reporter a coaches clinic in the intricacies of volleyball Competition was held at Glenboro school september 8-9. With instruction provided by two prominent participants in the sport. The september 8 session was instructed by Randy Anderson of the sports directorate in Winnipeg while the september 9 lessons were provided by John Blacher who is the technical director of the Manitoba a Sueyball association. According to Darren Myers the area recreation director there were nine people receiving instruction from Blacher and Anderson during the two Day clinic. Recreation review 11 a Viou. Terry Fox run approaching quickly the students and staff of Glenboro school Are gearing up this week for their 4th annual school Terry Fox run. This thursday. Sept. 14th. The k-4 students will be out and about town while the 5-12 students will be bussed out to the Park to partake in their activities there. Pledge sheets were distributed to All students last week. The senior High student Council Are supplying various prizes for run Day activities for the 5-12 students. Looking Forward to a great Day please support the efforts of Glenboro school by making a pledge. As Well our districts annual a sunday Terry Fox run is quickly approaching. Pledge sheets have been out now for some time and i am hoping that this years event will be As successful As those staged in past years. This years run will take place sunday september 17th from 2 00 -4 00 . Beginning and ending at the Camel. As in past years we will have two different routes from which to choose an 8 pm route As Well As one around town. Everyone Welcome All participants will receive a free hot dog and drink. Some Terry Fox merchandise will be available for Sale for those interested in picking up a Momento. Pledge sheets Are available in Advance by giving me a Call at 827-2575 or fill one out run Day. Walk jog run skip or hop for cancer research see you there our seniors bus trip has generated some action and in a hoping to get enough persons interested in taking the trip to make it a go. Our excursion is planned for sunday sept. 24th and will take us to Winnipeg for a ride on the a Prairie dog centrals a turn of the Century Vintage steam train. The bus will leave Glenboro in front of Ray Stone Centre at 10 00 . That morning and should return somewhere Cypress River school news t a Meta Ohrena in by Bruce Craig principal Cypress school hello. Id like to begin by offering Heartfelt condolences to the family of Doug Metcalf who passed away on the weekend. All of us in Tiger Hills have lost a colleague who approached his Job with dedication and the highest of standards. We be lost a superintendent who in the very Short time he held the position made All of us. Teachers teaching assistants bus Drivers and custodians feel like part of a team with shared goals and visions. And we be lost a Friend. Recently a colleague from another school mentioned to me that whenever he chatted with Doug he always walked away feeling Good about things. Doug just seemed to have that effect on people even during the difficulties of his illness. He will be sorely missed. There Are a few dates id like to pass along. The milk program began on september 11th. If you have any questions get in touch with mrs. Pla Tinck. Our first hot dog Day will be Friday. September 15th and will continue on fridays for the remainder of the year. We will be having a Parent information evening on thursday. September 21 beginning at 7 . A note will be sent Home giving details. Friday. September 22 is a divisional in service. There will be no classes. We Are having a problem with Black Soled running shoes which Mark the floor throughout the school and especially in the gym. If your child has a pair could we ask your cooperation in solving the problem. This May entail getting another pair of inside shoes or perhaps switching inside shoes for outside shoes if the latter have non marking soles. Thanks classes Are off to a Good Start and we look Forward to a successful year at our school. As always if you have any questions or concerns. Please done to hesitate to give us a Call. Glenboro education highlights around 9 30 . The Cost per person including transportation train ticket and ail applicable taxes is $35.00 meals Are extra. All seniors 50 and Over Welcome please note those interested must Register for the trip no later than sept. 19th As train tickets must be ordered that Day. If interested please Call 827-2575. Looking Forward to a great Day this past weekend we staged a very successful a cup level 1 technical volleyball coaches course at Glenboro school. We were Able to gather enough participants at the last minute to go ahead with our plans. Randy Anderson and John Blacher Eva clinicians instructed this 13 hour clinic that began Friday night. Coaches from throughout the Region including three locals were on hand for the clinic. No doubt All those who attended benefited from the experience. Best of Luck in the year ahead by Garth Mcintyre principal Glenboro school we Are already into our 3rd week of school. Hard to believe. All seems to be underway with an enrolment of 255, Down from 279 this time last year. That is even after having a number of new faces besides the Belmont Grade 9�?Ts and Cypress River Grade 6s and our kindergarten students. A big Welcome to our kindergarten students Megan a Temethy Quinn Clemis Shaun Duncan Nathaniel fill Lon. Mitchell Gillingham. Jeremy Herr Man Ricki Jefferies Kathleen Mckinnon Stephanie Myers Chad Vrooman Kirby Wallis Grade i Ayla Clemis Grade ii Wyatt Vandamme. Grade v Cindy Vandamme Grade Vii Rhonda Berry Jennifer Coder Patrick Hacault Barrett Jonsson Amber Robidoux Joyce Ruston Amber Lussier Grade Viii Carla Vandamme. Devin Lussier. Grade in Christine Blanchard Monique Bouchard Travis Lodge Grade x Brent Gillis Grade i Jennifer Cardinal Melissa Keeler Crystal Fraser Cameron Dowd. Our senior student Council is in place headed up by president Theresa Hacault and up Dustin Booy. The Secretary is Crystal Vandamme with Karina Greenlay and Shelley forester sharing treasurer duties. Room reps Are Steve Nelson. Becki co mock Travis Hamilton Cheryl forester Scott Johnson Kelly Jean Hill Sabrina Anton. Mike Mckay Sabrina Berry. Dan Willms Ryan Mcgill Melissa Keeler. Cory Lalonde. Year Book rep is Anderson environment rep Elena True love and Grad rep Jackie Bronson. One of the first activities for the year is our participation in the Terry Fox run on september 14th. The route will be 3.5 pm held at Epinette Creek. Students will be looking for sponsorship so please give your support. This years walk is in memory of or. Doug Metcalf superintendent of schools. We have a Quantity of both Gestetner duplicating stencils and spirit duplication masters. If any organization still uses this equipment and could use these stencils please give the school a Call at 827-2593. We would give you an excellent Deal school handbooks and calendars for the fall term were distributed one family. Please inquire if you have not received your copy. Volleyball practices Are underway for the varsity teams and both coaches or. Ford and or. Newton Are hopeful of a very Strong season. Zone Golf for our Golf enthusiasts is slated for the Glenboro Golf and country club on september 18th. Qualifying teams will go to provincials in Gull Harbor on september 22nd
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