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Masha Scheele

Masha Scheele

Masha Scheele joined Airdrie Today in December 2021, after spending three years reporting for a small-town locally owned community news outlet in Hinton, Alberta. She graduated with a bachelor degree in communications and journalism in 2016 from Mount Royal University in Calgary, where she was an editor of the student-run newspaper, the Calgary Journal and The Reflector. Following graduation, she worked in a communications role for several years at the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra. She is now a reporter for the Airdrie City View and Rocky View Weekly.

Phone
587-326-4151
Email
mscheele@airdrie.greatwest.ca

Recent Work by Masha

RVS bookworms begin preparing for Battle of the Books this spring

RVS bookworms begin preparing for Battle of the Books this spring

COVID-19 may continue to delay events and school activities, but students across the Rocky View Schools (RVS) division are still busy preparing for an epic battle of novel knowledge. 
Airdrie Knights of Columbus launches fifth annual Dream Vacation Lottery

Airdrie Knights of Columbus launches fifth annual Dream Vacation Lottery

The fifth annual Airdrie Dream Vacation Lottery, put on by the Airdrie Knights of Columbus, continues to raise money for local charities with their year-long prize draws.
Special Phys. Ed. course introduces rollerblading to Grade 2 students at Heloise Lorimer

Special Phys. Ed. course introduces rollerblading to Grade 2 students at Heloise Lorimer

Grade 2 students at Heloise Lorimer elementary school have been rollerblading into the new year, thanks to a special physical education course offered this January at the east Airdrie school.
CMRB's Greg Clark presents to RVC council

CMRB's Greg Clark presents to RVC council

The Calgary Metropolitan Regional Board (CMRB) is awaiting approval of its draft regional growth plan by Alberta’s minister of municipal affairs in order to move forward with developing the region.
Column: An unpopular opinion, brought to you by COVID-19

Column: An unpopular opinion, brought to you by COVID-19

I tested positive for COVID-19 on Jan. 10 using an at-home antigen test. I wasn’t surprised by the result because I felt absolutely horrible. Chills, headache, sore throat, runny nose– the whole nine yards.
Bow Valley College postpones return to in-person classes until Feb. 14

Bow Valley College postpones return to in-person classes until Feb. 14

Due to the rapid spread of the Omicron variant of COVID-19, Bow Valley College has postponed a return to in-person learning until Feb. 14, 2022 for all of its campuses.
Balzac-based symphony postpones February concerts

Balzac-based symphony postpones February concerts

In light of the ongoing spike in COVID-19 cases in Alberta, the Rocky Mountain Symphony Orchestra (RMSO) announced they are postponing their next concert, originally scheduled for Feb. 11 and 12, until next season.
Chestermere Christmas Bird Count sees record numbers

Chestermere Christmas Bird Count sees record numbers

Birders had their eyes on the sky during Chestermere’s fourth annual Christmas Bird Count on Dec. 19, 2021
High-profile football coaching clinic coming to Airdrie this March

High-profile football coaching clinic coming to Airdrie this March

The Airdrie Field Turf Project Society (AFTPS) announced their first fundraising event of 2022 last weekend – the Airdrie Elite Football Coaches Clinic.
Airdrie remains in U-Haul's top 25 growth cities in Canada for second consecutive year

Airdrie remains in U-Haul's top 25 growth cities in Canada for second consecutive year

With more people on the move to and from Airdrie in 2021 compared to 2020, Airdrie still showed positive net-migration trends and hit the 24th spot for “growth cities” in Canada, according to yearly data analysis from U-Haul.
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