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Ooey Gooey Lady




workshop May 9






by Deanna Mitchener draw for a beautiful gift a t t a c h m e n t , t h e
basket from Penny's importance of early
The Ooey Gooey Car Care Clinic worth experiences, and how
Lady will be at the $300 in value with a gift playing is Kindergarten
Edson and District certificate to have your readiness. I will
Recreation Complex on vehicle cleaned and identify the seven
May 9. detailed along with a things we as adults
Tickets are available gift basket from The needs to do with
for the morning session Other Side Hair Studio, children every day,”
or the afternoon session Brookside Travel, says Murphy.
for $5. Diana's Pets and This session has
T h e s e s s i o n i s Trophies, Jerry Ford, become one of Lisa's
targeted for adults, McPhee Construction, most popular and often
parents, grandparents, SemCams. requested. There will
aunts, uncles, teachers, The latest research also be a draw for a gift
childcare providers, reminds us of the basket donated by local
foster parents, and importance of creating businesses.
frontline employees responsive, engaging, Tickets are available
–anyone who interacts s t r e s s f r e e at Galloway Station
with small children. environments, and Museum, Jensen's International Union of Operating Engineers Coal Valley Council, Ed McKay,
Lisa will discuss why nowhere is this more Lifestyle Clothing, and presents a cheque for $500 to the Edson Senior's Transportation Society.
she believes to be ready important than our Thymes Two in Edson. Accepting the cheque was Cindy Hardy. Photo by Ana Manning.
for school children need infant and toddler
to have time to play in rooms. My session
c h i l d - c e n t e r e d o f f e r s h a n d s - o n
environments. Within exploration of many
homes, preschools, activities that are
family, and childcare appropriate for your
centers, children need infants and toddler
to have the opportunity rooms, but the main
to be engaged in focus is on making sure
experiences that are adults working with our
r e l e v a n t a n d wee-ones realize that
meaningful to them. n o t h i n g i s m o r e
“Anyone attending important than creating
one of the sessions has and nurturing those
their name go into a s t r o n g b o n d s o f


Wastewater

management


and septic systems

workshop




Yellowhead County Ag private sewage is and
Services will be hosting h o w i t ' s t r e a t e d ,
a W a s t e w a t e r available technology,
Management and Septic and the operation and
Systems Workshop on maintenance of existing
April 28 at the Pinedale systems.
Community Hall from Pre-register before
6:30 pm – 8:30 p.m. April 22.
Lesley Desjardins from For more information
the Alberta Onsite on this workshop or to
W a s t e w a t e r r e g i s t e r , c o n t a c t
M a n a g e m e n t Yellowhead County
Association will be Agriculture Services in
discussing regulatory Wildwood at 780-325-
frameworks for private 3782 or 1-800-814-
wastewater that affect 3935.
homeowners, what

Upcoming Event
Reminder

April 18
Jesse James Youth Rodeo, 1 pm at the Yellowhead Ag
Society Arena at the Edson Rodeo Grounds. For more
info see FB upcoming events: Jesse James Memorial
Rodeo 2015
April 21
Concert featuring romantic love songs, Canadian and
French music, and a taste of Hungarian folk tunes taking
place at the Edson-Peers Christian Reformed Church at

7:00pm. Located at 4633-7Avenue in Edson.
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