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bearThe Rotary Winterama bear took a chance on the downhill slope with many fans cheering him on during G.C. Huston’s afternoon Winter Olympic Challenge February 9.

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From an outdoor fire to baking pan races and venison cuisine the Huston Hawks showcased how winter is done at G.C. Huston Public School February 9. One day before the 16th annual Rotary Winterama the Hawks held a Winter Olympic Challenge to celebrate Winterama in which which the school actively participates each year, party bus and all.

In 2017 the students of G.C. Huston collectively raised $4,000 in pledges for the winter festival and had the most student participation out of any Saugeen Shores school.

Students welcomed a special guest, the Rotary Winterama Bear whose name will be announced at the Winterama event taking place at the Plex February 10. To the excitement of many, the bear slid down the slopes and wandered around to different activities greeting kids along the way.

bear failThe Rotary Winterama Bear had a semi-successful run down the slope during G.C. Huston’s Winter Olympic Challenge February 9.

kylieG.C. Huston student Kylie had a blast tobogganing down the slope.

panThe baking pan race wasn’t as easy as it seemed on the slippery tarmac.

fireOne station at G.C. Huston Public School had students warming up next to a fire.

stewTeacher Mary Louise Wiley served up some venison stew to the students. The meat was provided by many Hawk families.

lailaGrade 3 student Laila took aim at her target during G.C. Huston’s Winter Olympic Challenge February 9.

raceThe ski pole obstacle race got off to a quick start.

bradyStudent Brady was waiting patiently to hit the slopes.

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