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Fall Flyer 2018




F18/23 Financial Workshop

F18/24 Hunter Education

F18/25 Howloween Theme Owl Presentation

F18/26 Leadership Gold - Mastermind Series

F18/55 Good Dog! Dog Training


F18/23 Financial Workshop
Is money controlling you or are you controlling your money? With this financial foundation educational program you will learn how to: • Make money work better for you • Ensure your family has proper protection • Find and save more money You can become your own Money Manager. You can learn the habits of successful people.
Instructor: Daniel Fehr-Krahn (Certified Financial Educator)
You will be provided with WSB Financial Foundation Educational Program Workbook as well as the text book Saving Your Future, basic principles for building a financial foundation. This material is yours to keep.
5 Mondays starting Saturday September 24th, 2018 (no class October 8th)
6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. at Stonewall Collegiate

Fee: $25

F18/24 Hunter Education
The purpose of this course is to promote responsible and ethical hunter conduct, emphasize the importance of wildlife management, learn laws and regulations, and to encourage the safe handling of hunting equipment. Students will obtain a better understanding of their obligations to the resources, the landowner, other hunters and to themselves. First time hunting license purchasers must successfully complete this course. Bring a bag lunch. Participants must be 12 years of age and older, however youth age 10 and 11 may enroll in the course and qualify for an apprentice hunter education certificate. Textbooks will be made available by the instructor, the day of the class. Instructor: Don Hrehorek.
Saturday September 22, 2018
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. at Teulon Collegiate

Fee: $73

F18/25 hOWLoween Theme Presentation
Come out and get up close and personal with a live owl! Learn about Manitoba owls with biologist and world owl expert Jim Duncan. Using a variety of media, personal owl impressions, owl parts and “puke” (aka pellets), and Oska, a live Great Gray Owl. Jim will introduce you to the mysterious lives of these nocturnal creatures. Since 2005 Jim and his owl colleagues have given over 280 owl presentations to over 15,000 people, from pre-school kids to retirees. If you have not yet seen this presentation, come out and see why it continues to be a much sought after experience. Bring your camera or video camera and ‘capture’ Oska, a great gray owl, as she flies over your head!
Monday October 29th, 2018
7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. at Stonewall Collegiate
Fee: $15 (proceeds going to support owl conservation and research in Manitoba)

F18/26 Leadership Gold - Mastermind Series
Throughout the sessions, we will learn how to effectively raise our leadership lid by understanding and implementing the principles found in Leadership Gold. Teaching from the 26 lessons in the book, we discuss some of the following: If you are lonely as a leader, then what is wrong? Why is it so critical that you lead yourself well? How do you lead the toughest person in the room?
Instructor Kelly Hallock, RN BScN. Includes course workbook
5 Wednesdays starting September 19th, 2018
7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Fee: $115

F18/55 Good Dog! Dog Training
Basic obedience for your dog. Erica will guide you and your pet through basic commands such as sit, down, stay, come, leave it and more. Positive reinforcement techniques are used to provide a positive learning environment for both you and your pet. Dogs of all ages welcome! Please bring: regular nylon leash (not retractable), appropriate collar for your dog, your dog’s favorite toy, soft treats, water for your dog.
Instructor: Erica Williams
6 Wednesdays starting September 12th, 2018
6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Fee: $55