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Posted: December 5, 2019

Students from Bathurst High School's Culinary Tech Class and The Rotary Club of Bathurst worked together to harvest local produce from The Rotary Club's raised garden beds. The students also assisted in preparing beds for planting prior to harvesting the crops. The highlight of this experience for the students was the delivery of homemade chow to local seniors homes within the community. The bounty of the harvest was enjoyed by many of our community members, both young and old!

Posted: December 2, 2019

In September, 2007, Louise Ross bought gas at Sobeys Fast Fuel in Bathurst and received a Sobeys grocery coupon for $1.17. She proceeded to go grocery shopping but when she got home, she found the coupon was still in her pocket. It was then, that she thought of the idea of having a box for someone to donate that small amount towards a good cause and that a Breakfast Program seemed like a perfect fit. Discussions with the local Elementary Schools, Sobeys Bathurst and Sobeys Fast Fuel about the project were well received and all agreed to participate! In 2007, a “Breakfast Program” box was put on the Sobeys Fast Fuel counter and to date, $101,372.48 has been collected and distributed among all schools in the Bathurst area. Thanks you Louise, Sobeys Bathurst, Sobeys Fast Fuel and to everyone who helps support this great cause!

Posted: November 29, 2019

Finance and Workplace Math students from Bathurst High School had the opportunity to visit Supreme Homes in Tracadie Sheila to see the complete “finish to end” build for new modular homes. Tour guide Daniel Dugas discussed the Inspiration, planning, and construction for these homes. STEAM team Haley Doucet and Meghan Wilbur provided the students with real world applications within the classroom as part of their curricular outcomes. Students were introduced to various workplace components such as plumbing, electrical, construction, carpentry, drywall, architecture, design, and technology. Supreme homes employ 200 people and continues to grow within Canada.

Posted: November 29, 2019

On October 16, 2019, the Rotary Club of Bathurst, Max 104.9 and students from Superior Middle School supported the Dawn to Dusk Food Drive to stock the shelves of the local Volunteer Center. Combined efforts will stock empty shelves for struggling families with the cold weather months ahead.
On Wednesday, November 6, 2019, Lord Beaverbrook School (LBS) held their 8th annual food drive for the Restigouche County Volunteer Action Association (RCVAA). In support of Family Violence Prevention Month, LBS formed a Human Link with students, staff and community members. The Human Link is a symbol of collective support and was formed from LBS to the Food Bank; donated items were passed from one person to another along the link. Thank you to everyone who took part in this community project. A special thank you to our community partners: Atlantic Superstore, CKNB radio station and the Campbellton Tigers Hockey team. The Human Link was a huge success again this year with LBS collecting 2312 lbs of food valued at $5780.00! LBS strives to engage our students to be active citizens, ready to lend a helping hand. Great job LBS!!

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