Happy Cow makes happy kids

Kids from the Fernie School Aged Care Society enjoyed a trip to Happy Cow last Friday

The kids learn how to make ice cream.

Kids from the Fernie School Aged Care Society enjoyed a trip to Happy Cow last Friday to sample some of their hand made ice cream.

The kids learned a little about how the ice cream is made, and even got to name their latest creation, “Crazy Caramel Fudge.”

The after school society has a licensed facility in Max Turyk, pick up children from Kindergarten to Grade 6 from both Isabella Dicken Elementary School and the Academy and offer professional care until 6:30 p.m. daily and all day on “no school Fridays.”


They are also one of the 20 after school care programs chosen (out of 169 programs) to participate in a Canada wide pilot test for the active living after school care program.
















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