Yellow Grass School Graduation to be held

By Betty Guest, 306-465-2876

Yellow Grass — The Grade 12 graduation ceremony for Yellow Grass School will be held today, May 25, in the Yellow Grass School gym. The Grand March will start at 8 p.m., and is open to the public. Everyone is welcome to attend.

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A fire ban has been issued for the Town of Yellow Grass and RM of Scott, until further notice, due to the extremely dry conditions. This includes no fire pits or bonfires.

Tricia Klemenz, a resident of Yellow Grass as well as a teacher, a first responder and an EMR for the town, was diagnosed with PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) last year, following an incident that occurred in Yellow Grass. It has been determined that an Alpha K-9 service dog would be beneficial to help her carry on daily routines.

A “Tricia Klemenz K-9 Trust” GoFundMe page has been set up to enable people to donate money, and a trust fund has been set up at the Yellow Grass Credit Union. In order to receive a dog, about $15,000 will need to be raised.

The Yellow Grass Minor Hockey Association is having a bottle drive on Saturday, May 26, starting at 10 a.m. Donations can be left at the end of driveways, or behind the rink by the Zamboni door or drop them off at 212 Clover Street. Contact people are Jackie Law, at 306-861-6399, or Marley Bentz at 306-897-8667.

The Yellow Grass Public Library held their annual Farmers Market and bake sale on May 16, and had very good support with all donations and purchases.

Winners of cribbage at the Drop-in Centre on May 4 were Fran Long in first, Otto Dreger in second, and Sue Wood in third. The winners of crib on May 11 were Grace Quigley in first, Sue Wood in second, and Otto Dreger in third.

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