A.J. Decker from the Shuswap Storefront School talked to club members at the June 14 meeting about the school, its focus, and programs. The school currently has 40 students aged 16-19, in two sessions, 20 in the AM, and 20 in the PM. The school runs a relationship based program designed to help the students gain graduation diplomas and sort out life's challenges. One aspect of the program that the students particularly enjoy is the Indigenous Carvings. Under the guidance of John Sayer, Knowledge Keeper, the students learn carving and have created many works of art, notably walking sticks, masks and totem poles.  Many of the masks have been mounted on trees and posts at Little Mountain Park.