Morning Announcements – Sept. 17, 2010

Sept. 17 Good luck to our travelling teams today – Sr. Girls Basketball in Thunder Bay and Jr. Boys Volleyball in Kenora & home games – Jr. Girls Basketball tourney starts at noon and football starts @ 3:00.
Sept. 17 This is a message for bus students:  At this time of the year buses are operating in areas where fog conditions can cause poor or no visibility for the bus operators.  Bus students need to be aware that “If a driver is unable to make a scheduled stop safely because of poor visibility due to fog, the driver has full discretion on whether he/she stops.”  If bus students have any questions or concerns please come and see us in the office.
Sept. 17 Do you need volunteer hours?  Do you love horses?  Do you want to make a positive impact on the lives of others?  Dryden Therapeutic Riding is committed to providing therapeutic, recreation and life skills training opportunities for children and adults with special need.  Volunteers are needed for all positions, and previous experience with horses is not necessary, as training will be provided.  If you are interested, a sign-up sheet is available in the main office.
Sept. 17 Just a reminder to everyone to cast your vote on-line for the Second Chance Pet Network to receive a grant of $100,000.00 to help build a shelter in Dryden to service the area.  We are currently in second place…so lets everyone get on-line to cast a vote.
Sept. 14 – 17 Dryden Saddle Club is looking for volunteers to help out at the Horseshow on Sept. 18 & 19.  For more information please come to the main office.
Sept. 17 Volunteer drivers are needed for Safe Grad.  Sign up now in the main office for future events.  Parents, Grandparents, or siblings can volunteer to help out.  Grads can get Safe Grad points.    For more information, please contact Sherrie Ketterer @ 216-6792.
Sept. 17 If you are interested in being a part of Rotary Schools Building Schools, come to the office for more information and to sign up.