Pangman School holds graduation ceremonies

By Debra Kessler, 306-442-4201

Pangman — The Pangman School graduation was held at the school gym honouring Nikita Ruiz Reyes on May 4. Exercises were held at 1 p.m. The emcee for the afternoon was Colton Neithercut. Nikita entered the gym, presenting her mom Nan with a rose.

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The Grade 4-6 girls sang O Canada. Nikita gave the Salutation address. The Grade 11 students gave the Fates and Ambitions to Nikita, and Nikita gave the Last Will and Testaments to the Grade 11’s. School principal Iris Warren spoke and then Iris Warren and Elwood White presented Nikita with her scroll.

Judy Schwindt was the guest speaker, and a slide presentation was shown, followed by a social. In the evening a supper was held. Nikita gave the toast to the SCC with Laura Wolstenholme replying. Nikita gave the toast to the teachers with Shayla Berner replying. Nikita gave a toast to the parents with Robin and Charlie Larson replying.

The last bingo evening was held at the community centre on May 10, with the next one to be in the fall.

Pangman and area had their first thunder and lightning storm with much needed rain. Some reported a half-inch of moisture fell.

A bridal shower honouring the future Mrs. Stephanie Kessler, future bride of Matthew Kessler, will be held at the Pangman Community Centre on Saturday, May 26, starting at 2 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend.

Vi Kessler from the Radville Marion Home visited with Robin Larson, Debbie and Tom Kessler, Stewart Kessler and Debbie (Boyd) Kessler and her great-granddaughter Kerby Kessler on May 6.

Art Francis from Craven was a dinner quest at Debbie and Tom Kessler’s on May 7.

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