Home Front – November 21

It’s your last chance to get a seat on the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and Museum’s Roar of the Rings bus trip to Edmonton.

Bus trip

for curling

It’s your last chance to get a seat on the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and Museum’s Roar of the Rings bus trip to Edmonton. The best male and female curling teams will be vying for the berth into the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver. There are only 20 seats left for the Dec. 7 trip to see the 1 p.m. men’s draw and 6 p.m. women’s draw. Buses leave from the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and Museum at 10:30 a.m. and return at 11 p.m. Tickets cost $115. Phone 403-341-8614 for more information.


Earth day scholarships

High school students interested in green issues can win a $5,000 scholarship. Earth Day Canada recently launched the 2010 Toyota Earth Day Scholarship Program. Students who have distinguished themselves through environmental community service, extracurricular and volunteer activities, and academic excellence are encouraged to apply by Feb. 28. The scholarship will apply to high school students entering their first year of college or university in any program of study. One exceptional student, chosen from the regional winners, will also be presented with the Toyota Earth Day Scholarship National Award and a Panasonic notebook computer at a national award ceremony. For more information on the program and to get a scholarship application, go online at www.earthday.ca/scholarship

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