The Kenaston School of Dance
The Kenaston School of Dance consists of many talented and committed young people who work through a rigorous practice and competition schedule year after year.
Congratulations to all the dancers of the Kenaston School of Dance who held their year end dance recital on Sunday May 3rd, 2009. We had 38 students enrolled ranging from 4 to 18 years of age. The students received instruction from the talented Miss Nikki Pavelich in Ballet, Tap, Jazz, and Lyrical. 21 of our dancers attended competitions this year in Lanigan, Watrous, North Battleford and Saskatoon (hosted by Aberdeen). Our dancers came home with 27 metals (7 gold, 12 silver, and 8 bronze) as well as 2 awards. Stephanie Miller received the award from the North Battleford Dance Festival for the highest mark in a tap solo age 18 years. Our Sr. Jazz group “Working Girlz” received the Adjudicators Choice Award any age, in Aberdeen. We had 3 groups make it to the top 24 dance off at the Aberdeen competition, congratulations to Calina Evans & Morgan Taylor (Tap Duet), “Let’s Get It”(Jazz) Sam Chomyshen, Sam Guy, Jade Schwab, Tessa Tomlenovich, Rebecca Walton, & Kara Lee Zdunich. and “Workin’ Girlz” (Jazz) Brooke Anderson, Amy Chomyshen, Steph Miller, and Ashton Mills.
The School of Dance would like to thank everyone who has once again made our year a success; including all the parents for the support in fund raising, all the local businesses who so generously donated to the raffle table, everyone who came to watch our recital, and to our teacher and dancers for all their hard work.
Be sure to take the opportunity next season to watch our dancers perform. A “School of Dance” page and pictures have being added to the Kenaston website and can be accessed from the home page under the recreation listing or the “Recreation” page on the kenaston.ca page.
Welcome to Three New Businesses
- Bookkeeping Service @ Kenaston
- Reflexology by Marj Karpan
- Batchelor Construction
Contact Glen Pavelich to have your business name, phone number, and existing website link added to the business directory on the Kenaston website. There is no charge for this addition. To have a simple page made up to include your basic business information, which is then linked from your listing, costs only $25.00. See the Boehmer’s or Avon pages as examples of this type of page.
Contributing to the Crossroads: As space allows and content deemed appropriate, community members are welcomed and encouraged to contribute information to the Crossroads. Although originally designated for Chamber updates and to promote Community Spirit, the Crossroads is really all about what makes Kenaston a proud and viable community. We like to see community spirit items, and recognition of our teams, clubs, students and organizations as well as our individual community members. Short events notices can also be placed in the list of coming events. Email your contributions to Glen Pavelich at email@example.com, or Susan Anholt at firstname.lastname@example.org. Bi-monthly issues come out the 1st week of February, April, June, August, October and December.
If you are submitting photographs, be sure to download a photo release form from our website and ensure that the signed form is returned to Glen Pavelich.
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& John Hodel
Rem men Elevator
- June 4th: Elementary School Track and Field
- June 24th: Last Day of Classes and School Awards Ceremony
- June 26th: Kenaston School Graduation
- August 2nd: Community Yard Sale
- August 2 & 3rd: Flea Market at Ed’s
- August 7th and 8th, 2009: Pitch-A-Palooza - Kenaston Ball Diamonds
August 12, 2009: Community Barbeque:
Veteran’s Centennial Park (Kenaston Place if poor weather) 5-7:30pm.
Ensure that any new residents to Kenaston know about and are personally invited to the event.
August Yard Sale Event: August 2, 2009
It’s time again to consider whether your household, or a group of households together, want to hold a yard sale on the August long weekend. Prairie Treasures will of course be hosting their annual flea market event, which makes this weekend the perfect time since there is extra traffic in town and highway signage to advertise it. You need not limit yourself to second hand items as new items or product sales, food items or entertainment options can also be considered.
It is agreed that only 1 day is necessary for the expanded town wide yard sale, so this year you need only set aside the Sunday (and not the Monday) for your event. However, you can opt for both days if you wish. Give your name to Susan Anholt for the map by July 15th. The signage on the highway will be up in the near future so we can ensure great advertising.
Small Business Loans available at 4% Interest from the Small Business Loan Association (SBLA). If you have a business idea but need capital, you may qualify for up to $15,000. Call Glen Pavelich 252-2711 for an application.
PITCH-A-PALOOZA 2009; Pitch-A-Palooza (if you haven’t already heard) is a slo-pitch tournament taking place at Kenaston Ball Diamonds August 7/8, 2009
We are having this event for the public, and want everyone to come out and celebrate, have fun, enjoy the games, and play a little ball. This summer we’re bringing the heat!
- Kenaston Hotel hosting a Steak Supper, and Patio Party with a live band Friday night.
- Saturday we have lots of games and activities for you to enjoy.
- Luau at Kenaston Place Saturday evening. ($6.00 Admission, $2.00 if registered to play in Pitch-A-Palooza). Something for everyone!
For More Info: Please contact Ellen Ouellette @ 306 370 7243. She will give you information on how-to register, accommodations, activities, or answer any questions you may have. Or to register your team, call Katie Sagen @ 306 270 4692. Its $100.00 per team to register, or $10.00 per person. More information TBD, check out our Facebook page for MONTHLY GIVEAWAYS, and for the most up to date news!).
Community Cookbook a Hit
An excellent combination of recipes was gathered by the 2010 Birthday Celebration Committee to present a special item for sale in recognition of our 100 years as a community next summer. Thank you to all who contributed and who worked to compile the project. You can pick up your copy at CJ’s Super Stop, Heather’s Korner, SDAA Office, Cory Ouellette, Theresa Owen or Reagan Prpich.
Sponsoring an Issue: Issues of Kenaston Crossroads can be co-sponsored for $30 an issue, or wholly sponsored for $60. Contact Susan Anholt to have your name or business added to our list.
Kenaston Crossroads: To have the Kenaston Crossroads and other community updates emailed to you, please send your email address to Glen at email@example.com. Also send the email addresses of family and friends who would like to be on our email list.