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By Andi Bourne
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Building Community Appreciation and Having Fun

 

Andi Bourne, Pathfinder

Sixth-grader Maddux Burwick and second-grader Dominick Wink (front) battle for the puck Thursday while playing hockey on Seeley Lake in front of Lindey's Prime Steak House.

SEELEY LAKE – Seeley Lake Elementary (SLE) Snow School, an after school program funded through the 21st century grant, is in full swing. The goal is to provide outdoor activities that engage the students in their community.

This past Thursday, second through fifth-graders walked to Lindey's Prime Steak House, went sledding and played hockey and presented Mike Lindemer with a thank you from the school for his donations from the Seeley Lake Pond Hockey Tournament.

Snow School is open for second through eighth grade students every Thursday through the end of February.

"If the younger ones...



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