Rimbey Christian School enjoy Harvest Celebration

Rimbey Christian School enjoyed a great Harvest Celebration on the night of Friday, November 14 at the Peter Lougheed Community Centre.

Paul Payson

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Rimbey Christian School enjoyed a great Harvest Celebration on the night of Friday, November 14 at the Peter Lougheed Community Centre. Those in attendance enjoyed a great dinner of baked ham, mashed potatoes, corn, Caesar salad, buns and some amazing desserts. The Harvest Celebration was a way to kick off the annual Fall Drive fundraiser – the school’s biggest fundraiser of the year.

The audience had some fun with a “Kiss the Pig” contest which all the teachers were involved – the students were able to put in tickets to whose ever jar they wanted to kiss the pig that night. The two finalists were Paul Payson – Grade 6/7 teacher and Lisa Greentree – the Kindergarten/Grade1 teacher and they each planted a kiss on either side of the piglet’s face. After that fun, the crowd was entertained by the musical group HOJA, an a cappella group from Calgary. The young people were dancing all night and everyone else was singing along.

It was a great time!!

 

 

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