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Seven Oaks School Division
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Mar 30, 2020
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Events

​Graduation Convocation Dates

June 4, 2020– Graduation Pow Wow at Seven Oaks Soccer Plex

June 19, 2020– Seven Oaks MET School

June 19, 2020 - Maples MET School

June 23, 2020  – Seven Oaks Adult Learning Centre

TBA - Seven Oaks Adult Education Centre

June 25, 2020  - West Kildonan Collegiate

June 29, 2020 – Maples Collegiate

June 24, 2020 – Garden City Collegiate

 

 

SOEF Fundraiser

February 21st @ 8 pm at the Seven Oaks Performing Arts Centre

This year the Seven Oaks Educational Foundation is taking on a new approach to fundraising! We will be having the first of hopefully many concerts with local Manitoba talent. For our first concert event we are fortunate to be able to offer 3 very talented groups/performers. The Duhks, Double the Trouble and Sierra Noble!!

Tickets are $40 and can be purchased through the Board Office, online through HomeRoutes Network/The Crankie Festival at www.crankiefestival.com or from an SOEF Board member.

The Duhks are a folk fusion band, formed in 2002 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Featuring banjo, fiddle, guitar, percussion, and vocals. They blend folk music together with various Canadian and American traditional styles, including soul, gospel, old-time country string, and zydeco. The band also commonly plays traditional Irish dance music, integrating Latin-influenced percussion as well as often Celtic- and Cajun-influenced fiddle-playing. We look forward to seeing Jesse Havey, Leonard Podolak, Seven Oaks School Division’s own, Scott Senior!! and friends headline this spectacular show!

Double the Trouble are twin fiddlers from Winnipeg, Manitoba. These identical 15-year old Indigenous musicians along with their dad (and Seven Oaks School Division’s own Rob Wrigley!!) on guitar delight audiences with their traditional Metis fiddling and singing of original and contemporary Folk classics.

Sierra Noble is a well-known singer-songwriter and fiddle player from Winnipeg, Canada. Sierra is equally respected for her commitment to supporting youth and community. When she isn’t on the road, she is working at a local homeless shelter, a keynote speaker at numerous conferences and fundraising events, like this one for the Seven Oaks Educational Foundation.

We hope you will all be able to attend this exciting new endeavour to support the Seven Oaks Educational Foundation!

For more information, contact Fran Taylor @ 204-632-1716 or fran.taylor@7oaks.org

Click here to view the segment on Global!

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SOEF Raffle

Draw date will be March 6, 2020 at noon. Tickets will be available for purchase online or can be purchased at the Board Office until 11:55 a.m.

Prizes:

  1. 400,000 Avion points
  2. $1,000 Canad Inc gift card
  3. Jets tickets (2) in the Bud zone

Winners:

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SOEF's AGM

March 10, 2020
5:00-5:30 p.m.
Canad Inns Destination Centre Garden City
2100 McPhillips St.
Click here for details
 
 

 

 

2019 Grey Cup Ticket Winners: 

Grey Cup Raf​fle Ticket Winners - November 24, 2019
Name East-West Score Payout

Dean Hill

0-0

0-0 score

 $       25

Pat Horbal 

29-29

29-29 score

 $       25

Courtney Smith 

3-8

End of 1st Quarter

 $     200

Susan Hagemeister 

8-3

1st Quarter Reverse

 $     100

Jim Reid 

6-21

End of 2nd Quarter

 $     200​

Sherry Costa 

21-6

2nd Quarter Reverse

 $     100

 Josette Rock

12-27

​End of 3rd Quarter

$      200

Ted Shimizu

27-12

​3rd Quarter Reverse

​$      100

Mo Soloman

12-3

Final Score

$    1,000

Ted Ash

3-12

Final Score Reverse

 $     200