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LSLRAC keeping busy with new programs

Katrina Owens Lakeside Leader For those wondering what the Lesser Slave Lake Regional Arts Council (RAC) has been up to as of late, look no further; we’ve got the details. To start, a few RAC representatives were recently at the…
More from the 2017 Ukrainian Cultural Society spring show

Advanced dancers Kayla Kashuba (l) and Noah Mitchell (r) open the show with a ‘volyn duet’. Other advanced dancers Tristan Block (left), Calli Mitchell (centre) and Ethan Mitchell (right) performing a traditional trio routine. Alexis Mitchell (centre) along with other…
Community pitches in, cleans up a lot

Leader staff Pitch-In Week in Slave Lake was still going on when this paper was put together, so chief organizer Jill Shepherd of the Town of Slave Lake didn’t have final numbers for us. But she was pretty sure the…
EGW kids to perform Willy Wonka show

Katrina Owens Lakeside Leader The E.G. Wahlstrom School drama club is on track to perform its second musical next month. According to facilitator Andrea Avery, the kids will be acting out Roald Dahl’s 1964 children’s novel Charlie and the Chocolate…
Volunteer recognition, Part III

Slave Lake’s Girl Guides volunteers (l. to r.) TinaMarie Ritter, Ashley Miller and Brittany Cyr. Ritter is the Guide/Pathfinder leader, Miller is Brownie leader and co-comissioner and Cyr is Brownie co-leader and treasurer. They were recognized Apr. 22 at the…
Who would have thought?

Yes…that is actor Patrick Warburton holding an edition of The Leader. Our very own Katrina Owens (far right) trekked down to Calgary last weekend for comic-con with TOSL communications co-ordinator Chris Brown (far left) and asked Warburton if he wouldn’t…
Happy spring!

Dancers from the Slave Lake Ukrainian Cultural Society welcomed guests at their annual spring show on May 7 with a traditional dance and an offering of bread. See more pictures from the recital in the next edition of The Leader.
Koinonia puts the ‘fun’ in fundraiser

Leader staff On Friday April 21, the Slave Lake Koinonia Christian School held its annual fundraising auction, to raise money for the school. It was held at the Legacy Centre, with approximately 240 people out to support the school. There…