Leadership speaker, Lorne Rubis speaks at Dr. Elliott School

Lorne Rubis, has authored two books, The Character Triangle (build character, have an impact and Inspire Others) and the Character Triangle Companion. He is regularly asked to present ATB’s culture vision to Fortune 500 companies and on Monday, Feb 12 he volunteered to speak to the students of Dr. Elliott School. It was for ages 10 to 14 (grades 5 to 9).

Mr. Rubis advised students about becoming more self aware. “Even though you’re so young, it’s not too early to start.

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Over 200 people attended the Family Fun Festival on Sat., January 20, organized by Kneehill Adult Learning Society, who partnered with over 50 volunteers from Bethel Evangelical Missionary Church. It was a great success with families enjoying a variety of Crafts, Photo Booth, Balloon Art, Kiddies Corner and Science Lab, all at the Three Hills Community Centre.

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Carbon School students honoured at Breakfast of Champions

Carbon School has as its core values: Integrity, Cooperation, Empathy, Perseverance and Personal Excellence. Eight students from Carbon School, Evie Gordon, Mitchell Nienaber, Tia Van Bavel, Kate Rice, Jakob Goettler, Danielle Scoffield, Kenzie Appleyard and Jace Paget, were recognized on December 20 for exemplifying these values. These students and their parents were treated to breakfast and staff members shared why these particular students were chosen to be honoured.

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“How the West Was Dun”, a whole lot of fun

“A whole lot of fun” would seem best to describe the Trochu Valley School production of “How the West Was Dun.” It was certainly fun for the audience and it was quite obvious that the actors were having fun as they performed.

The playwright, Christopher Gieshen, included a lot of catchy one liners and dialogue and heavy on the puns. But when the students didn’t particularly like the ending they took it upon themselves to rewrite it. At one point I wondered if the s

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