Class Trips

By: Huronia Centennial Elementary School  09-12-2011
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During the month of November, the grade 8 students will be participating in a fundraiser with The Pampered Chef, (a company well-known for its quality cooking tools), to help off-set the cost of their year-end trip to Ottawa. 

November Specials:

Cookie press- 20% off – no minimum purchase, no limit

FREE adjustable measuring spoons (set of two) with all orders of $80 or more

Ordering on-line:

Ordering through the school:

Catalogues and order forms can be picked up from a grade 8 student or from the office.  Completed order forms and payment are due back to the school by November 29.  Cheques should be made payable to Huronia Centennial.

Thank-you for supporting our fundraiser!

Questions?  Contact Mrs. Hill.

The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011

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