Emo dance school to hold recital

The Sunlight School of Dance will be holding a recital this Saturday (May 17) at 7 p.m. at Donald Young School here in Emo.
The school consists of 60 energetic students. Teacher Juliana Clink teaches her dance students in a room on the third floor of the Emo curling rink three days a week.
If you have any questions, feel free to give her a call at 482-3371.
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Please keep saving your pull tabs from your soda cans, etc. They can be used to raise money to purchase wheelchairs for kids.
You can drop off the pull tabs at the Emo Legion or at 24 King St., or at several other drop-off locations around Emo. Please help the kids by saving your pull tabs.
For more information, call Jan Hyatt at 482-1821.
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Renée Martin-Brown once again is offering a Summer Musical Theatre Program for boys and girls ages eight-13 at the Emo Legion from July 14–18.
The registration fee will be $125, with a late fee of $20 after June 15.
She is offering beginning and advanced instruction in singing and acting, as well as the beginning aspects of choreography. Program hours will be Monday to Friday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. daily.
For more information, contact Renée at r.martin.brown@sympatico.ca or call 482-3055.
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Donald Young School’s recent “Jump Rope for Heart” was a huge success. More than 100 students took part and helped raise $4,000 for the Heart & Stroke Foundation.
The school would like to thank the parents and community members for helping to organize the event, and for counting the money.
Thanks also to the community members for their generosity and support of this important cause!
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The ninth-annual Young Women’s Conference is set to take place on the weekend of May 23-25 at the Luther Village. Young women from district schools will be attending.
The girls will have the opportunity of meeting and getting to know other young women from schools across the district, as well as from the Northwest Catholic and Superior-Greenstone District School Boards.
About 65 participants will take part in workshops and presentations that will empower these young women to become strong leaders in their own schools and communities.
Topics will include teen dating and healthy relationships, physical titness and relaxation, cyber-bullying and safe computer use, and career choices.

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