Winter arrived with just a little notice on Wednesday, Oct. 25, with 4 inches of snow by day’s end. It looks pretty to see the large bales with their snow frosting.
Sandro and Alix Dorsival were in our region for a couple of weeks, reporting on their work in Haiti with El Roi.
Sandro is a grad of Lustre Christian High School and spoke at a recent chapel. He challenged the high school students to be very careful what they put into their minds by way of music and media and friendships. “What you put into your mind will be what comes out later,” Sandro said.
Sandro is the principal of the El Roi Academy, which gives an education to children and teens in his home community who would not otherwise be able to attend school. His wife is the school nurse.
Sandro and Alix are “thankful for the support of the communities of Wolf Point and Circle as well as Lustre in a very difficult year we’ve had. Thank you very much for your prayers.” El Roi means “The God Who Sees.”
Parents split this weekend between traveling to Plentywood for the District 1C Volleyball tournament and the jamboree games in Lustre on Friday and Saturday.
The LCHS girls played MonDak on Thursday at 4:30 p.m., winning their match. They lost to Plentywood on Friday at 3 p.m. and played Bainville at 6 p.m.
The Lustre Grade School basketball teams for grades 5-6 and 7-8 for both girls and boys played against North Country at home games on Friday evening. Each team did well, winning their respective games.
A bake sale was held during the evening to raise funds for the LGS Lego League and the upcoming competitions.