On Tuesday October 7th, GRSS Teacher Katrina Kornylo received a Certificate of Achievement from the 2014 Prime Minister’s Awards for Teaching Excellence!
You can read more about Mrs. Kornylo and her achievements in our high school in her official bio on the Government of Canada website: Katrina Korynylo. However, the quote from a student says it all:
“Mrs. Kornylo loves her job more than anyone else that we know. Her passion for math and science is beyond comprehension; so when she takes it into the classroom, it makes a much more exciting environment for students to experience.”
Debbie Erickson doesn’t have Facebook but I am relaying her message here. She needs help putting up the Nimpkish fencing for Canada Day weekend. It needs to be done on Wednesday at the latest. If anyone has suggestions of times to do it that would work for most people, we could really use the community’s help!
Aerial view of townsite 1966. The road to Campbell River heads off at the top, alongside the Heber River. Peppercorn Park is at bottom left corner. The construction camp is still on “Heber Field” on the far right.
Volunteers needed to help plan Gold River’s 50th Birthday Celebrations in 2015.
A meeting will held on June 12, starting at 7.30 p.m. in the Gold River Museum and Archives room in the Jack Christensen Centre (old Lions Den above the Day Care).
Everyone is welcome to attend and please bring some ideas of how you would like to this important event celebrated.
The event will be held on the Labour Day weekend, September 5/6/7, 2015.