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s CHOOL Parkland School's Pies For Hope

Times by Deanna Mitchener the recipient of funds we raise," said Emily.

Teachers come together to take a whip cream
pie in the face and students bid against each
Parkland High School's Council President
Emily Orge was excited to be a part of the other. The highest bid gets to put a pie in the face
annual Pies for Hope fundraiser on April 19. of the teacher they bid on.
"This is our fourth annual fundraising event and "This year the money will be going to the
each year we pick a different organization to be Stollery Children's Hospital," said Orge.

































Mr. Edmondson gets a pie in the face from
Treyton Huseby during Parkland's Pies for Emily Orge Parkland's High School Council President gets ready to pie Ryan Hall with whip
Hope fundraiser. Treyton paid $30 for the cream on April 19 to help raise money for the Stollery Hospital. photo Deanna Mitchener
opportunity. photo Deanna Mitchener
Pine Grove students travel to “Peter and the Starcatcher”



by Jocelyn Pettitt and the costume,” said student Deborah Yun. part was the jungle scene on Neverland Island
Jordan Scharman commented, “My favourite because of all the cool props they had.”
Approximately 50 students from École Pine
Grove Middle School had the opportunity to
attend “Peter and the Starcatcher” at the Citadel
Theatre in Edmonton on Wednesday April 12.
The playwright is a winner of five Tony Awards
and the multi-talented cast of 12 play over 100
different characters.
The play was engaging and comedic and a
prequel to the story “Peter Pan”. Many students
enjoyed the experience and said they would go
back again if given the opportunity.
One bus load of students can attend due to the
limited student matinee pricing, and for over five
years Pine Grove students have had the
opportunity. Mrs. Helen Payette, the drama
teacher at the school and organizer said “It is a
wonderful chance for students to experience the
theatre who may not normally attend.”
Grade 6 student Jada Rupert said, “It was very
fun and an exciting experience.”
“My favourite part was when the mermaid
named “Teacher” because of the way he spoke Pine Grove students traveled to Edmonton to attend “Peter and the Starcatcher” at the Citadel
Theatre in Edmonton on Wednesday April 12.


P r i n c i p a l H i v e
(Candin Butler),
S h e r i f f M a s t i f f
(Robert Preville), and
the Mayor (Kieran
Bradbury) talk to
Joshua Lawson (Kohl
Holmes) during Pine
G r o v e ' s M i d d l e
School's play "The
Flow" at the Red
Brick Theatre on April
19. The play was part
of PG's and Parkland
H i g h S c h o o l ' s
Evening of One Acts
Dessert Theatre.
p h o t o M i k a e l a
Kuefler
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