‘Chickens’ steals the show at Station Arts Centre

(L-r) Pal, Butterball, Stewer and Alphonso in one of the scenes from “Chickens” playing at the Station Arts Centre until August 9.

(L-r) Pal, Butterball, Stewer and Alphonso in one of the scenes from “Chickens” playing at the Station Arts Centre until August 9.

By Kate Kading

In this year’s Station Arts Centre (SAC) summer production you can definitely say the animals run away with the show. Lucia Frangione’s “Chickens” directed by Peter Jorgensen is equally light hearted and heartwarmingly touching with this multi-talented cast.

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CISV Step Up Camp held at RJC

By Kate Kading

For most of July, the Rosthern Junior College campus has been home to this year’s CISV Step Up camp. Previously known as the Children’s International Summer Village, CISV is an independent and non-political organization with chapters in over 200 cities worldwide. CISV’s unique educational programmes bring together young people from different backgrounds, developing cross-cultural knowledge and leadership. By encouraging respect for cultural differences, common values and self-awareness, CISV empowers each participant to incorporate these values into their lives as they become global citizens and strive for a more peaceful world.

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Golden hospitality extended to cyclists in Hague

Recently a group of eight seniors headed out on the Trans Canada Trail from Saskatoon on their bicycles. The route from Wanuskewin had been directed towards Batoche, Duck Lake, Blaine Lake, and regions from Meota to Paradise Hill before heading into Alberta.

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RJC classmates reminisce at 65th anniversary reunion

By Isaac Schellenberg

On June 26, a memorable and unique event was held at Bethany Manor in Saskatoon. The occasion was the 65th year class reunion of the 1950 graduation class of Rosthern Junior College (RJC).

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Community works together to install new playground equipment

Bayer CropScience representative Teresa Partyka Bowie, Madison Bowie, Blaine Lake Mayor Andy Ciona and Blaine Lake Playground committee member Bev Breland perform the ribbon cutting honours at the new playground on June 17

Bayer CropScience representative Teresa Partyka Bowie, Madison Bowie, Blaine Lake Mayor Andy Ciona and Blaine Lake Playground committee member Bev Breland perform the ribbon cutting honours at the new playground on June 17

By Vivian Barwell

The Blaine Lake community was honoured with an opportunity to upgrade its community playground equipment due to the generous donations of community members and businesses.

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