Malakwa students combine fun and learning

The Malakwa Learning Academy is proud to acknowledge Brooklyn Mohr and Owen Willey for their participation in the Legion Poster Contest.

Brooklyn Mohr and Owen Willie pose with Sicamous Legion president Cyril Gosse.

The Malakwa Learning Academy is proud to acknowledge Brooklyn Mohr and Owen Willey for their continued participation in the Legion Poster Contest.

This year, both Brooklyn’s poem and Owen’s colour poster were awarded first place at both local and Zone levels.

This has been one of the many activities the students at learning academy have taken part in, and they are looking forward to upcoming events such as Mother’s Day Tea on May 10, at 1 pm.

Along with the Mother’s Day Tea, the students will be presenting their science fair projects, and hosting a silent auction.

The Malakwa Learning Academy students would like to extend an invitation to all Malakwa and Sicamous residents to stop in for a visit and check out the science fair and items up for auction, such as a Twin Anchor’s Houseboat trip.

Submitted by the Malakwa Learning Academy.


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