It was a busy day this past Saturday! While we were hosting our open house, one of our highland students was also competing in the Forever Highland Competition in Saint John, NB! Sherra Rogers won the high aggregate trophy in the Intermediate category. Congratulations Sherra!
Sherra Rogers with her high aggregate trophy from the Forever Highland Competition!
A huge thank you to our community, our talented students and stalwart volunteers who came out and supported our open house today! A special thank you to Kerri Wynne from Ocean 100 for spending the afternoon with us! We had a blast! Thank you, thank you, thank you! Below are some photos from the day. Keep your eyes peeled to our photo gallery page, http://collegeofpiping.com/gallery/, as more photos will be added there from the open house!
Past recipients of the Volunteer of the Year award, Jamie MacKay and Barry MacLean, welcomed the community to The College!
Patsy Martin (also a past recipient of the Volunteer of the Year award), Kiley Kitts and Rachel Kitts were ready to help in the gift shop!
Step dancer, Eithne Brydon danced for the crowds!
Grade 4 band member, Alyson MacLean and her dad, Barry MacLean, were all smiles!
Ocean 100 was with us during our event!
Piping Instructor, Kylie MacHattie and daughter Briar gave some piping tips to Ocean 100's, Kerri Wynne!
Grade two band tenor drummer, Erin Mundy, The College's Principal, James MacHattie and Minister Tina Mundy enjoyed the afternoon!
Summerside's Mayor, Bill Martin,was on hand for the festivities!
Premier Wade MacLauchlan and Liberal candidate Chris Palmer stopped by The College (seen here with piping instructor, Kylie MacHattie, wee Briar and Principal James MacHattie)
Green Party Leader Peter Bevan-Baker and Green Party candidate Lynne Lund also stopped by The College (seen here with Principal James MacHattie).
Step Dance Instructor, Samantha MacKay, and student Isla Rousseaux-Bridle dance outside The College!