- Junior Handler: Encouraging teens to try the sport
Friday afternoon group for those too busy evenings
Tuesday evening beginner dog handling
No-Sew craft lessons - make four dog toys
No-Sew dog beds.
Hummingbird Hollow is excited to offer group classes this fall. We want your dog training experience to be fun, both for you and your dog. Our classes should take about an hour, but you are invited to have a coffee or cold drink and spend some time visiting afterwards.
Wow! September is flying by and we’re off to a great start! A special thank you goes out to our dedicated staff and our extremely supportive community! We had several “beginning of the year” activities over the past couple of weeks. We began by celebrating the new school year with the Welcome Back Community BBQ. The BBQ was attended by many, and enjoyed by all! It was a great opportunity for school and community members to enjoy some delicious food, meet and greet the staff of Pike Lake School and its SCC, and register for community activities.
Pike Lake School Celebration Committee News
Pike Lake School has officially been around for over 100 years!
As part of our 100 year celebration, students, staff and community members collected pennies, correctly referred to as one cent pieces, from each of the 100 years Pike Lake School has been in operation. These one cent pieces have been arranged in a magnificent display that will remain in the school for all to admire for generations to come.
This display came together with the help of many people.
The 2014-2015 school year at Pike Lake Preschool has started off great! The students are settling in, learning some routines, singing, playing, and enjoying these crazy warm September temperatures!
The students started off the year drawing and colouring pictures of themselves. These can be found decorating the walls of the preschool. Both groups explored the colour yellow with clothing, food, and crafts, the 3-year olds painting the sun and the 4-year olds using scissors to make giraffes. The 4-year olds learned a bit about fall, collecting leaves to make a fall wreath and talking about (and seeing!) the geese fly south for the winter.
St. Martin's Church
congregation would like to thank our community for their support in making our Fowl Supper a success.
A big thanks to all the hard workers that cooked the food, washed piles of dishes, served tables and all who worked
behind the scenes. We appreciate all the donations of food.
Thanks to everyone who came out to enjoy the meal. We could not have our annual supper without all of your contributions. This is an example of community spirit at its best. It was a lot of fun working with all of you!!
St. Martin's Church