PA school seeing green

Dave Lazzarino
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St. Michael Community School's green club members gathered to accept a cheque for $600 toward some of the activities they have done to better the environment. Herald photo by Dave Lazzarino

Students at a Prince Albert primary school have worked to better their environment and for their efforts they have been given big green thumbs up.

Jeff Schewaga, local business supervisor for SaskEnergy, was on hand at St. Michael Community School to congratulate the students on their hard work and hand over a cheque for $600.

Students from the school's green club gathered to accept the donation that is part of a provincial program to encourage environmental stewardship.

For more on the program and where the money is going to be going, check out Tuesday's Herald.

dlazzarino@paherald.sk.ca

Organizations: PA school, Prince Albert primary school, SaskEnergy Michael Community School

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  • Mya Bear-Burant
    December 13, 2012 - 13:52

    I am in the picture becaus I am only 12 years old now.