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What is your favourite activity to do with your mother?

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Alexander Taguiwalo, Grade 5

“I like to tickle her and have fun.”


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Sophie Landry, Grade 4

“I like riding the quad with her.”


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Quinn Romanow, Grade 2

“I like to play board

games with my mom.”


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Beckett Norman, Grade 1

“Play baseball.

My mom is my coach!”


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Lorne du Rand, Grade 6

“We like to have coffee.”


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Nate Sereda, Grade 6

“Go bike riding.”


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Claire Smchmidy, Grade 2

“I like to make cookies

with my mom.”


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Nadelly Panisiak, Grade 2

“We like to make cakes.”


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Kadence Berg

“We like to bake and go hiking.”

St. Anthony's students awarded in You're Hired competition

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Students in Shirlee Makse’s Grade 11 Career and Life Management (CALM) class at St. Anthony’s School were given the opportunity to learn resume and cover letter writing skills, and practice their interview skills as part of the You’re Hired Interview Competition. This is the sixth year the Drumheller and District Chamber of Commerce (DDCC) has partnered with the local Drumheller school for the program, following a brief hiatus during the COVID-19 pandemic, and a total of six local community employers participated to give students first-hand experience with interviewing, including the Town of Drumheller, Corrections Canada, and Canalta. Each student was graded by the employers based on their resumes and two interviews--both individually and in front of their peer group. The top three students were presented with cash prizes and awards by DDCC Executive Director Heather Bitz on Thursday, April 28. The winners of the competition are first place Aryan Chand, second place Princess Mayo, and third place Samuel Day.

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Champion curler with local connection

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A couple of sets of grandparents in the Drumheller area are going to be watching the U18 Canadian National Curling championship with great interest. Team Burton from the Saville Curling Club in Edmonton won the U18 provincial championship. The team’s third is Justice Jacques (second from left). He is the son of Scott and Dana Jacques of Leduc and the grandson of Peter and Jacquie Jacques of Drumheller, and the grandson of Don and Sherry Bitz of Morrin. The team will be competing in the U18 nationals in Oakville, Ontario from May 2-8.


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