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E C A r e v i e w H A N N A / C o r o N A t i o n / S t e t t l e r , A b O c t o b e r 1 2 ' 1 7 3 Coronation Senior High student awards Coronation Senior High School awards ceremony was held at the school gymnasium on Sun. Sept. 24. Award for a student who is attending university or college: Madison Nichols Scholarship for highest average in grade 12, 30 level courses: Kyla Duncan Award for highest achievement in Math 30: Simon Cole Award for highest achievement in grade eleven: Gabriella Pasolli Achievement Award for highest achievement in grade ten: Michael Griffiths Discovery Award awarded to a student who is pursuing a post-secondary education in an industry-related field of interest to Inter Pipeline: Simon Cole Scholarships for community involvement: Kyla Duncan, Tanner Eno, Morgan Leuck, Kaylea Twa Award for CTS Shop: Jeffrey Smith Award for CTS Foods: Courtney Elliott, Kaylea Twa Award for outstanding achievement in CTS construction: Tanner Eno Marilyn Suntjens Memorial Bursary for a student who demonstrates citizenship and congeniality: Kaylea Twa Kristin Rodvang Memorial Award to a high school student Cont’d from Pg 1 The suspect vehicle is described as a black 4-door sedan with a leather interior. The suspect vehicle had some damage to the right front bumper. who exhibits acceptance and exceptional tolerance towards others: Kylan Huber Award for congenialityto a grade eleven student elected by students and staff who best demonstrates a congenial attitude to teachers and peers, in memory of David Nelson (1973- 1990): Jeremy Burkinshaw Travis Glazier Memorial Scholarship goes to a student who is an ally to the vulnerable and embodies leadership, honour and loyalty: Kaylea Twa The Rodvang Family Award to a student who is planning to pursue one of the following disciplines: agriculture, earth science, environment, nursing or medicine: Kaylea Twa The Wilhelm Krautt Scholarship: In memory of Wilhelm Krautt, who lived and farmed south of Halkirk from 1929 to his death in 1969, for the most deserving academic student in the County of Paintearth: Kyla Duncan The Governor General’s Medal: In 1873, the Earl of Dufferin, who served as Governor General from 1872- 1878, created a medal to recognize scholastic achievements. The medal is awarded to the student who graduates with the highest standing in his or her institution. Fatal collision on Highway 41 Fatal collision on Hwy 41 Oyen RCMP responded to a serious motor-vehicle collision on Hwy 41 at the intersection of Hwy 570, southeast of Oyen on Wed. Oct. 4. Initial investigation shows that a Chevrolet Cavalier was travelling on Hwy 570 and stopped at the intersection of Hwy 41. The Cavalier then proceeded into the driving lane of Hwy 41 and was struck by an oncoming F-350 that was travelling northbound on Hwy 41. Both occupants of the Cavalier, a 81-year-old male passenger and 80-year-old female driver from Purdue, Saskatchewan died in the collision. The driver of the F-350, a 40-year-old man, sustained minor injuries. An RCMP collision analyst is assisting with the investigation to identify any contributing factors in the collision. Drug seizure Wainwright RCMP members stopped a vehicle on Oct. 4 in Wainwright for a traffic violation. Upon further investigation, methamphetamine and marijuana with a street value estimated at $4770 Massage Therapy Chad Brummund, RMT, CAT(C), BA Chiropractic Dr. Craig Larson, DC Dr. Carissa Kimpinski, DC Exercise Services Patrick May, Exercise Physiologist, Personal Trainer Orchid Embers Spa Cyndy Harris, Certified Esthetician Dr. Craig Larson Chiropractic Clinics Hanna, Ab (Castor & Consort) (403) 854-2110 Knox United Church ROAST BEEF FALL SUPPER Sunday October 22, 2017 4 - 7 p.m. at Castor Community Hall Adults ..........................$15.00 Students (6-12) ..............$6.00 5 & Under ....................... Free For more information check us out on Facebook @ Knox United Church This year’s winner: Kyla Duncan Honour Roll: Students will be placed on the Honour Roll if they have an average of 80 per cent or better in the following subjects at the same grade level: English, Social, Science and Math. Grade 10: Wade Black, Koryn Duncan, Marylou Gilbertson, Michael Griffiths, Sydney Kubinchak, Breanna Mears, Zach Roque and Taylor Wilson Grade 11: Richen Basig, Michael Black, Erin Brown, Rayel Copan, Sydney Elliott, Gabriella Pasolli, Cody Wadstein Grade 12: Simon Cole, Kyla Duncan, Madison Nichols, Kaylea Twa Achievement Roll: A student in senior high who achieves an average of 75 per cent or better in English, Social, Science and Math is to be placed on the Senior High Achievement Roll. Grade 11: Nicolas Brigley, Jeremy Burkinshaw, Robby Gilbertson, Jaron Grice, Kylan Huber, Elizabeth Kambalafakas, Breanne Shaw Grade 12: Courtney Elliott, Morgan Leuck, Ethan Richard, Chelsey Sieger Athletic Awards: Most Valuable Player (MVP) Boy’s Volleyball – Adam Close; MVP Girl’s Volleyball – Kyla was located and the driver was arrested. Geoffrey Clouter (51) of Minburn, Ab. was charged two counts of possession for the purpose of trafficking and three counts of failing to comply with conditions of a recognizance. Clouter will be held in custody until his Nov. 2 court appearance. Coronation 4-H Beef Club Re Organizational Meeting Sun., Oct. 15 7 pm at Coronation School New Members Welcome For more information, call Dionne Elliott 403-578-3738 Castor Little Theatre READ THROUGH for “Drinking Habits” Tues. Oct. 17 7 pm at Castor Community Hall Contact Rob Nichols for more info 403-741-2069 Duncan; MVP Boy’s Basketball – Michael Black, MVP Girl’s Basketball - Richen Basig Academic Achievement awards to recognize students who have distinguished themselves by academic excellence in specific academic disciplines. Mathematics Math 31: Kyla Duncan, Simon Cole; Math 30-1: Simon Cole; Math 30-2: Kaylea Twa; Math 30-3: Tanner Eno; Math 20-1: Gabriella Pasolli; Math 20-2: Adam Close; Math 20-3: Cody Wadstein ; Math 10-C: Koryn Duncan ; Math 10-3: Koby Welsh English Language Arts English 30-1: Kyla Duncan ; English 30-2: Jillian Waltham ; English 20-1: Stettler Junior Badminton Club Registration Night Monday, October 16 & Wednesday, October 18 Trevor L. Jones Sept 9, 1970 - Oct 15, 2011 You will lose someone you can’t live without, and your heart will be badly broken. And the bad news is that you never completely get over the loss of your beloved. But this is also the good news. They live forever in your broken heart that doesn’t seal back up and you come through it. It’s like having a broken leg that never heals perfectly... that still hurts when the weather gets cold, but you learn to dance with the limp. Forever in our hearts, Loreen, Brant, Reegan & Mattea, Jim, Renee, Lloyd & Family, Andrea, Allen & Family, Cindy, Gord & Family, Deb, Roger & Family. 7pm – 8:30pm at Stettler Elementary school gym (access through the north doors at the High School parking lot) Non-Competitive Program $ 150 (includes membership registration with the Alberta Badminton Assoc) Practices Mondays & Wednesdays 7pm – 8:30pm Training for the first hour and play afterwards. Inquiries: Alan Stefanik (403) 876-2247 * new & returning players welcome 20 th Anniversary Sibbald Haunted House Friday, Oct 27 th Kid’s Night Richen Basig; English 20-2: Cody Wadstein ; English 10-1: Michael Griffiths; English 10-2: Kendle Martin The Sciences Chemistry 30: Kyla Duncan; Biology 30: Kyla Duncan ; Physics 30: Gabriella Pasolli; Chemistry 20: Gabriella Pasolli; Biology 20: Gabriella Pasolli; Physics 20: Gabriella Pasolli; Science 10: Koryn Duncan; Science 14: Delaney Rock Social Studies Social 30-1: Kyla Duncan, Simon Cole; Social 30-2: Jillian Waltham, Daniel Mears; Social 20-1: Gabriella Pasolli; Social 20-2: Cody Wadstein; Social 10-1: Michael Griffiths; Social 10-2: Kendle Martin Saturday, Oct 28 th Adult’s Night Doors Open @ 7:30 Doors Open @ 6:30 Cover Charge $10 • Cover Charge & Haunted Maze $20 Family Rate (4 or More) $70 • Kids 5 & Under FREE Wear a Costume on either night and be entered for a $500 Cash Prize! Draw To Be Held Oct 28th For More Information Call 403-664-0469