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Borden School piles up the loonies for Telemiracle

Terri Troupe-Logue, a Grade 3 teacher at Borden School and a member of the Board of Directors of the Kinsmen Telemiracle Foundation, explains to students how the upcoming telethon helps people across the province

Borden School Grade 12 student Rachel Sutherland, like a lot of her classmates, has been donating to Telemiracle through her school since she was in Kindergarten.
“It’s a tradition here,” said Sutherland, current president of the school’s student representative council. “But over the last few years it’s really taken off. Everyone gets into the spirit of it because they know how important it is.”
Students and staff at the school raised a total of $511 this year, more than double their original fundraising goal of $250. Continue reading “Borden School piles up the loonies for Telemiracle”

Clavet dance club stepping up to Telemiracle 42 spotlight

Step It Up Dance Club members Kincaid Duncalfe, Alysha Miller, Aleshia Staudinger and Megan Miller will perform ‘Sing, Sing, Sing’ on Telemiracle on Sunday, March 4

Taking the stage at this year’s Telemiracle broadcast in Regina next month holds a special meaning for several young dancers from Clavet. Continue reading “Clavet dance club stepping up to Telemiracle 42 spotlight”

Warman singer-songwriter takes the stage at Telemiracle

Cassidy Lambert, a 17-year-old Warman High School student, is one of the performers in this year’s annual Telemiracle show

At 17, Cassidy Lambert of Warman is already a seasoned performer. The young singer-songwriter has taken the stage at live music venues including Bud’s on Broadway, Tosh’s Bar & Grill, the Burning Beard, and Piggy’s Pub.
But she admits she’s a little nervous about her next big gig: Telemiracle. Continue reading “Warman singer-songwriter takes the stage at Telemiracle”