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HELLO FROM THE COMMUNITY CONNECTOR!
Hi! My name is Kate Boyer and excited to introduce myself as the Station Arts Centre’s Community Connector. I’m a first year Arts and Science student at the U of S and loving every minute of it (ok, except for finals). I grew up on a traditional Métis Riverlot on the banks of the south Saskatchewan River near Batoche and spent my childhood being schooled by my parents, running though grassy fields and climbing trees. I was raised in a world of curiosity and wonder and have learned that by being myself and spreading love I would find success and fulfillment. I am a proud Métis woman who loves to laugh and make art. I enjoy reading, have a passion for cooking, and enjoy finding new ways to live a sustainable lifestyle. My age, background, personality and the fact that I currently bridge urban and rural living – gives me a unique perspective that I am excited to share with you!