Grade 12 Blackville School student Larissa Bryenton is one of six student
athletes to be selected to receive the NBIAA Raymond Légère Sportsmanship Award
The award recognizes student athletes who display
outstanding sportsmanship towards team-mates, coaches, opponents and game
officials. It is presented to student athletes by the New Brunswick
Interscholastic Athletic Association.
Larissa will be honoured for her
accomplishment at the 10th Annual NBIAA Sportsmanship Awards Banquet scheduled
for Wednesday, May 13 in Fredericton at St. Thomas University.
graduates from Blackville School in June. She is enrolled in the Veterinarian
Technician program at Oulton College in Moncton. Her parents are Stephen and
Joni Bryenton of Doyle's Brook near Chelmsford.
Congratulations to our Blackville School Elementary Choir and to our
Blackville School Girls’ Choir for being awarded the Gold Standard for their performances at the 2015 Miramichi Regional
Music Festival.At the Final Concert on
Saturday, April 18, our Blackville School Girls’ Choir was awarded a $100 cash
award for Outstanding Choral Performance, and both of our school choirs were
recommended by the choral adjudicator to compete in the choral division of the
NB Provincial Music Festval next month.Conratulations
to both choirs!
like to thank Mrs. Elena Hallihan, Mrs. Cindy Hallihan, and Mrs. McEvoy for
travelling with us on the bus to assist with supervision, your help was greatly
appreciated!We would also like to
extend a special thank you to Mrs. Margaret Craig for doing such an excellent
job once again as our piano accompanist at the festival!
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