Wawota Weekly News

Congratulations to Lauren Wilson who has been placed, for the fifth time, on the honour list for the 2020 winter semester. This is from the Faculty of Media, Art and Performance, and reads:"In recognition of superior academic achievement and above average practice work.”

Word has been received of the passing of Elsie(Randall) Andronyk of Tofield, Alta. She passed away on Feb. 2 at the age of 74 years. She was a former Kelso resident and the third child of Harold and Gladys Randall. Although she had no children, she leaves siblings, Raymond (Alice), Phyllis (John) Madson, James, Daniel, Ronald (Linda),Janice (Wayne) Galay and many nieces and nephews. Sympathy to family and friends.

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The Wawota Library Book Club's latest book was Educated by Tara Westover. It was a story about Westover's life as a survivalist in the Idaho mountains. She was 17 years old before she set foot into a school. Her thirst for knowledge led her to Brigham Young University, to Harvard and to Cambridge. It is a fine example of the strength of the human spirit!

Happy birthday to Howard Black who celebrated his 65th birthday on Feb. 12. He is now a member of the brown envelope gang.

Last Saturday Share the Love was celebrated in Wawota. Sixty meals were gifted by individuals and local businesses, and the Wawota Village Inn provided the spare rib meals. Volunteer delivery people were Reed Van Dresar and Kevin and Bev Kay. It wasn't just about the meal but the thoughtfulness of all involved.

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