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  • Chestermere and Area News in Brief

    Brooklyn Manary, a Grade 8 student at Chestermere Lake Middle School won the 2011 Developing Rider Champion title for X-Rails at Spruce Meadows on Nov. 6. Manary completed her first full show season with the winning form she showed all year. It was her first time competing at Spruce Meadows, and was thrilled to bring home first prize.

    Chestermere High School’s family winter festival is next Saturday, Nov. 26 from 1 to 3 p.m.. There will be hot chocolate and cider, musical performances, an art display, and a chance for kids to get their photo taken with Santa Claus. CHS is asking guests to bring donations for the local food bank.

    Mothers, fathers, mothers-to-be, and of course babies are welcome to come to the La Leche League Chestermere support group meetings, happening the second Thursday of the month. Breastfeeding topics such asensuring a good milk supply, comfortable feeding and settling a young baby will all be covered.The next meeting will be on Thursday, Dec. 8 at 6:30 p.m. in the Chestermere Public Library Community Room. For info call Jen at tel:403 272 3764″403-272-3764 or e-mail jen@LLLC-alberta.ca or go to www.LLLC.ca

    The Chestermere Regional Soccer Association will be hosting their annual general meeting on Saturday Nov. 26 at 6:30 p.m. in the MPP room. They are hoping that anyone involved with the club or interested in the club to attend and get involved. They are also looking for various board member positions. Contact Henry Faucher (CRSA president) at henry9@telus.net.

    The Chestermere Public Library will host their annual general meeting on Nov. 24 at 7 p.m. Anyone is welcome to attend.