The residents at Bethany Sylvan Lake got the chance to interact with students from Steffie Woima in their Halloween costumes on Oct. 31. Photo Submitted

Photos: Steffie Woima students show off costumes at Bethany

Mme Beagan’s Grade 5 class walked to Bethany Sylvan Lake on Halloween

Grade 5 students in Mme. Beagan’s class walked to Bethany Care on Halloween to share their costumes with the residents.

The students took the quick walk from Ecole Steffie Woima to Bethany Care Sylvan Lake just before lunch on Oct. 31. The students spent time with the residents who enjoyed taking in the costumes the students had put together for the day.

 

The Grade 5 students from Mme Beagan’s class at Steffie Woima has a unique assortment of costumes to share as they visited the residents at the Bethany Care Centre in Sylvan Lake. Photo Submitted

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