Kaslo Light Up Dec 2…

    Please see below for all the Light Up festivities planned for Dec 2 in Kaslo…

 

http://www.kaslochamber.com/event-2689352

 

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November Health Matters…

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Bingo night, Nov 29th…

 

Hey community members…mark your calendars!! Jewett BINGO night coming up…Wednesday November 29th... more info coming soon!

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Winter hours at the LVCC hall

Please note that LVCC will only be open Wednesdays and Fridays no longer Thursdays.

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Wilderness and Remote First Aid course

Thank you Kalso and surrounding communities for supporting this course! At long last, we have enough registrants to run the Red Cross Wilderness and Remote First Aid! Registration remains open with 4 seats remaining.

WHEN: Fri Dec 1st 6- 9 PM, Sat & Sun Dec 2nd & 3rd 8:30AM – 4:30PM
WHERE: Kaslo Fire Hall
Instructor: Darcy Lutz
COST: $240. Manual Included.

A 20-hour basic level or Wilderness and Remote first aid training, covering material in Standard First Aid & CPR, plus strategies for providing extended care for up to 24 hours. Part of the course is taught outdoors and requires greater physical activity and endurance than typical first aid training. Suitable for those who work or live in remote locations or who are outdoor recreation enthusiast.
Three-year certificate.

Call u sat 250-353-2618 or register online here:
https://cereg.selkirk.ca/srs/cecourses.htm…

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Ceramics class at Selkirk

LAST CALL for registration! Great opportunity to learn ceramics basics with a local artist. We need 2 more registrants to avoid cancellation.

Details and registration can be found here:https://cereg.selkirk.ca/srs/cecourses.htm…

Or call us at 250-353-2618

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Jewett news…

Monday, November 13, 2017

It looks like this week, winter will hit with a forecast of snow for most of the week. Please ensure your child is dressed for the weather with warm, water-proof mitts and snow pants.

For any new parents, please check the newsletter next week for our winter protocol in the event of a school closure.

Monday, November 13-School closed to honour Remembrance Day
Tuesday, November 14-Strong Start/Nobody’s Perfect
Wednesday, November 15-Not a hot lunch week!
Thursday, November 16-Strong Start
Library/Sharing/Current Events
Friday, November 17-First Term Report Cards

*The Food Bank was very happy with our WE Scare Hunger Campaign. Thank you again to all who donated food and for the students encouraging the donations.

*Our next WE Schools campaign is WE Read for Literacy to promote literacy. Did you know that over 20% of Canadians cannot read? And that over 25% of the world’s population is also illiterate, most of them women. Students will be reading to the Strong Start students every Thursday between now and Christmas. We will also be hosting a Book Drive to donate books to children at Christmas.

*Turkey/Ham Bingo to support our school trip to Fort Steele. Please plan on baking and volunteering your time for our fundraisers. It seems like all parents are on board, so we will need all the help we can get in order to fundraise all the money to go. Bingo is on Wednesday, November 29. Please check the group message on Facebook for what needs to be done. In next week’s newsletter, I will have more information on Fort Steele: the cost, the dates, expectations, etc.

Have a great week everyone!

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