School board to meet in Vavenby

Evening meeting will follow community barbecue at Clearwater Secondary School on Oct. 3

School District 73 will host a barbeque at Clearwater Secondary School on Monday, Oct. 3, at 4. Everyone is invited to come out to meet and greet the trustees.

The school board will then holding its regular meeting at Vavenby Primary School at 7 p.m. on Oct. 3. The community is invited to attend. So everyone, come on out to show your interest in our school.

Student returns to teach

Last week’s substitute teacher at Vavenby Primary School was Jim Blueschke. He was actually a resident of Vavenby at one time and was a student of the school.

Crib and darts reminder

A reminder that crib and darts will start soon. The first day of darts will be on Tuesday, Oct. 4, and crib will be on Thursday, Oct. 6. Both begin at 7; cost $3 for the night, and are at Vavenby Community Hall.

 

The first potluck lunch at the Vavenby Christian Church is also coming up. It will be on Wednesday, Oct. 26, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.

 

 

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