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Miss Mironuck's 90th Birthday

On January 30, École Elsie Mironuck Community School celebrated a VERY special day. It was Miss Mironuck’s 90th birthday! After the arrival of Miss Mironuck and her brother Stan in a limousine, the festivities in the beautifully decorated gymnasium began with a rose parade. A representative from each classroom delivered a rose to Miss Mironuck and in return, the students each got a very big hug. Next, Mrs. Julie MacRae brought greetings on behalf of Regina Public Schools. This was followed by greetings from Mrs. Katherine Gagne on behalf of the RPS trustees. Thanks to Ms. Rosa Haynes, one of the Arts Education teachers at Elsie Mironuck School, Miss Mironuck and her guests enjoyed some dance performances by students. Then, Mr. Jack McKenzie shared some wonderful stories (and even a song!) about Miss Mironuck. Students from Mr. Stephen Boutilier’s grade 5/6 class also shared stories based on a class project in which they had interviewed Miss Mironuck. Mr. Jim Slough brought greetings on behalf of the Superannuated Teachers Group and two of Miss Mironuck’s nieces as well as her brother, spoke on behalf of her family. The program came to a close with some heartfelt remarks from the guest of honour herself. Following the program, guests were invited to spend some time visiting and sharing in refreshments, birthday cake and of course, tea! Miss Mironuck was able to visit with former colleagues, friends and family. Overall, the event was a huge success. A special thank you to Mrs. Terri MacPhail, our school community coordinator for all of the work that she did in organizing this spectacular birthday party and to everyone who attended and helped to make this a very memorable event for Miss Mironuck.

Please click below on "attachment" to see a picture of Miss Mironuck and her good friend, Mr. Jack McKenzie.


 

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