April 24, 2000
This week, we are launching 2 stories from the Selkirk Adult Learning Centre in Selkirk, Manitoba. As a special event you can read their stories as well as hear them.
Tammy Bauder came to Winnipeg from Calgary. She has three children and is pictured here with her eldest son, Dustin. This is Tammy's first term at the Selkirk Adult Learning Centre. Tammy enjoys using the computers.
Play an audio version of this story
I was born in Calgary Aberta. I went in swimming lessons for 3 years. I went to Grand Beach for a month with a friend - my auntie and gramma stayed in a cabin. It was around 11 years ago. My mom had 2 foster kids. We took a trip to see the Husky Tower. My family and I went to the reserve at Fisher River to see the pow wow in 1989. I was 6, 7 years old. We went to Jack Head at the reserve to look at the big boats. We had holidays in Hodgson to see some of our relatives (8 years old).We went camping at Fisher Bay at the lake to go boating, fishing and caught fish (7, 8 years old). We went to Red Deer to see an auntie and uncle (13 years old). We went to Inwood and got to see the snake pit. We went with family - we went to Prince Albert to visit a cousin. We went to Disneyland with auntie, friend and I. In California we got to go to Hollywood, Universal Studio, where they made movies and the wax museum. We went on lots of rides and in Mexico I pawned for gold. I was 14 years old.