DYS looking to buy microwaves

Donald Young School is looking to purchase microwaves for each classroom. The school already has a couple, but would like each room to have its own.
I am sure this aimed at cutting down on the length of time a child spends in line waiting for their turn.
The idea of using Canadian Tire money to purchase these needed microwaves has been suggested and is a perfect soulution to the problem. If you have any Canadian Tire funds that you’d like to donate, please drop them off at the school or send them to Box 57, Emo, Ont., P0W 1E0.
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Public health nurse Anne Marie Vanderaa will be at the Emo Family Resource Centre tomorrow (Sept. 15) from 10-11 a.m. to disscuss any questions or concerns you’re having about you child.
This is a free service and everyone is invited to drop in a talk with her.
In other news, the resource centre’s playgroup mobile will at the McCrosson-Tovell School in Bergland on Monday, Sept. 19 from 10 a.m.-noon.
Everyone is invited to come and enjoy this free program.
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On Wednesday, Sept. 28 from 2-4 p.m., everyone is invited to register for an exciting new boys’ and girls’ program to be held at the Christrian Reformed Church in Emo.
On this day, there will be a hike and a wagon ride (weather permiting), as well as snacks for everyone to enjoy.
The new club, for boys and girls in JK to Grade 6, will be held every Wednesday after school. The first regular day will begin Oct. 5 from 4-5:30 p.m. There is no fee to attend and new children are always welcome.
An after-school snack will be provided, along with a Bible story, craft, music, and games.
For more information on this program, contact Andrew Hall (482-1797), Reta Dykstra (482-1241), or Lori-Ann Shortreed (482-1002).
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Did you know?
The comedy team of Wayne and Shuster, who were legends in the history of Canadian entertainment, appeared a record 67 times on the Ed Sullivan TV show.
In 1941, they began their radio careers with comedy spots on CFRB radio. The show was a big hit and in the fall of that year, they moved to national radio with CBC’s Buckingham Blended Rhythm show.
To learn more about this comedy duo, log on to the Library and Archives of Canada.