Homebodies - Coloured threads

By Rita Friesen

Neepawa Banner & Press

CBC is my constant travel companion. The noise in the car is either favourite CD’s- The Space Between Us, John O Donahue ( he could recite the alphabet and I would be enthralled with his accent!), I am a Sparrow, Alana Levandoski (captured my heart with a song that echoed my heart), or Celtic music, any Celtic music, or CBC.

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Faithfully yours - Leading by serving

By Neil Strohschein

Neepawa Banner & Press

My high school did not have Peer Support Groups. We didn’t know what Gay-Straight Alliances were; nor did we really care. Religious labels meant nothing to us. We were just students; young men and women who shared a common goal—getting enough high school credits to graduate.

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Observation - Sept 11, 2018

By Addy Oberlain

Neepawa Banner & Press

The month of August is gone, the school doors have opened again.

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Homebodies - Too considerate?

By Rita Friesen

Neepawa Banner & Press

It will come as no surprise to those that know me well- I once again share my home with grandkids. And I invited them.

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Faithfully yours - Peer support made simple

By Neil Strohschein

Neepawa Banner & Press

My final year of high school (1969) was not an easy one. Halfway through the year, our teachers went on strike.

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