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Gull Lake and Surrounding Communities – GLS needs your help!

Gull Lake School is hosting the Saskatchewan Student Leadership Conference on September 16-18, 2020. Students and advisors from across the province will meet in Gull Lake to listen to keynote speakers, participate in leadership and spirit workshops and activities and best of all make connections and form life-lasting relationships. This is a great opportunity for our school and community and we need your help!
Sponsors- a conference of this magnitude requires a lot of money and resources. If you share our vision and would like to be a sponsor or donate supplies, services or your time, contact Kim Temoshawsky or the school.

Billets – we are in need of billet homes for the 500 students that may be attending the conference. As a billet, you would be expected to host at least two students and provide them with: suitable sleeping areas for two nights, breakfast for two mornings, and reliable transportation to and from the events. Volunteers will need to complete an application form and all adults living in the household will need to have both a criminal record and vulnerable sector check. If you are interested in billeting some students, please contact Christine Elviss or the school.

Follow us on Facebook for regular updates as we continue to prepare for the conference.

Kim Temoshawsky
Gull Lake School
Sr. Science Teacher
SLC Advisor

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