Catholic Regional Schools thanks the community

On behalf of all the students, staff and parents at Red Deer Catholic

Regional Schools, the Education Foundation wishes to thank all those

supported our first birthday party on April 19. Truly, our hearts were warmed

by the goodwill and generosity of the community.

We thank all our sponsors who make it possible for the Foundation to support

school initiatives, scholarships and awards that will bring life-changing

experiences to our students.

We are so grateful to have had Lisa Weatherbee from Big 105 as our

mistress of ceremonies. Her enthusiasm was infectious and she kept a busy

evening on track.

Auctioneer Bob LaGrange playfully and successfully charmed a generous audience. Special thanks to the students, staff, parents and volunteers who made the evening

possible.

The overwhelming success of the Foundation’s first year confirms what we

have always known – Catholic Education is more than our schools. It is about

sending our students out into the world so they can transform it into a

better place for all. How blessed we are to be part of the Red Deer community!

Christine Moore, chairperson

RDCRS Education Foundation

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