Monthly Archives: June 2018

Red Deer grade 3 students continue global citizenship by selling cupcakes for projects overseas

Pictured above: MMES student Justin Gilbertson presenting the proceeds of the grade 3 fundraiser to ABW Communications Specialist Jacqui McCarty on June 20, 2018.   “I love social studies. Looking at maps and seeing how other places can be different is really cool. We are a lot the same too.” – Dalton, MMES Student, 2017

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A Better World Celebrates Humanitarians

Pictured above: Rick Wiebe giving keynote talk. Article published in The Lacombe Globe May 31, 2018 by reporter Ashli Barrett A Better World Canada recognized its volunteers and supporters as part of their 28th annual Humanitarian Day Celebration on Saturday. About 100 people turned out to the relatively low-key affair, and while the goal was

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Elementary School Donates Nearly $300.00 to Ndanai Small Home

St. Anne’s grade 2 class, located in Peterborough, Ontario, raised and donated nearly $300.00 to Ndanai Small Home. This money went towards purchasing corn and beans for the residents of Ndanai Small Home.

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Koige Primary School Bible Distribution

Bibles were distributed at Koige Primary school, as they are needed as part of the school curriculum in Kenya. This was made possible by a generous donation from Warren and Sara Jane Schnoor.

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Retiring teacher puts the ‘We’ in North Delta school team that has raised $200K in nine years

Pictured above: Longtime teacher Joan Stephens in front of the mural dedicated to her in the gym at Sunshine Hills Elementary in North Delta. (Photo: Tom Zillich) By TOM ZILLICH, Surrey Now-Leader After 30 years of work, Joan Stephens says goodbye to Sunshine Hills Elementary – well, not quite.   After 30 years of teaching at

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New physiotherapy centre serving children with disabilities in Rwanda

Pictured above: The new physiotherapy centre opened last April and is expected to help many children receive physical therapy on a regular basis. By LAURA TESTER Inside a building in rural Rwanda, there are new exercise balls and wooden staircases for youngsters to use. Here at the Ubumwe Community Center, children with physical disabilities will

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