Global Education Class from Fulton Sec School


     Randy Kazemir introduced the program, consisting of representatives of the Global Education Class at Clarence Fulton Secondary School, with the objective of participating in a variety of beneficial community projects.
     The group leader, Hana Ouchi, introduced the other representatives – Marshall Kazemir, Nicole Balmer, Jamee Petterson, Lisa Stewart and Jessica Houghton – each of whom described a community project including the Salvation Army, the Lavington Elementary School, the Black Prince Cabin, etc.
     The class is to travel to Nicaragua in about three weeks, where they will stay for about a month and be associated with an orphanage there and construct a verdularia or produce shed.

      The group was thanked by Stewy Stuart.


·         Peter Tassie spoke on the Spelling Bee Challenge, held earlier in the day, sponsored by Kal Tire with the proceeds to the Vernon Literary Centre. Our club team was one of 20 teams, each of 8 people, and the members were Carol Schroeder, Betty Gaudet, Murray Smith, Shane McMorran, Lorne Rosnau, Stewy Stuart, Gord Gregorson and Peter Tassie. Although the team didn’t win, they ranked close to the top, and enjoyed the fun and companionship of participating, as well as supporting a worthwhile project.

·         Peter thanked the club and team members for the opportunity to be on the team, all the more enjoyable because it was his 85th birthday, following which the club brought forward a birthday cake, served to all members.


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