CCLF at 108 Mile Ranch filled for annual piano recital

Community news happening around the 108 Mile Ranch

The Christmas Piano Recital was held at the Cariboo Christian Life Fellowship (CCLF) on Dec. 12 under the guidance of expert music teacher Karen Fahrentholz.

Karen has been teaching music students from beginners to Grade 6 for more than 30 years.

There were 46 students who had their turns at the piano and played their assigned pieces of music.

The church was almost full to capacity and it was great to see the way family and friends supported the students.

School news

The Mile 108 Elementary School had its sing-along on Dec. 18 in the school gym with about 400 parents and students attending

Each class performed a traditional Christmas carol. The attendance was remarkable owing to the fact it was on a Thursday afternoon when people are usually working.

Emerys in Malawi, Africa

The CCLF is sponsoring a fundraiser dinner/auction for the Emerys who are serving in Africa. The event will take place at the Valley Room on Jan. 24 from 5 to 9 p.m. Cost is $20 per ticket.

Darren and Leila Emery are missionaries in Hope Village, Masya, Chikwawa. PO Box 2353, Blantyre, Malawi.





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