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THE ANCHOR, MONDAY, APRIL 4, 2016 PAGE 9
s UMMER s CHOOL “Parkland



Fun Times Perspective”

A Student View
for Kids

HRH Art show set for April 14
s UMMER We are now entering the final third of set pieces from the fantastic Robin Hood



Fun ONLY RUNS IF the year, and with that Holy Redeemer is set. As well, attendees can view a brand
busy preparing for their annual Art Show.
new mural, designed by Art 30 student
April 14 will be the date of the annual
Tamara Everett and executed entirely by
for Kids
show, which has become a wonderful and
students. It is a stunning tribute to the
THEY SEND IN
eagerly anticipated event at the school.
“heart of HRH.”
Approximately 500 works of art from
The Art Show will be held in the HRH
students in grades 7-12 will be on display.
April 14 and is free of charge to the public.
In addition, displays from the Photography Foyer and Chapel from 6 pm to 8 pm on Dustin Richards and Jaymison Wolf show their science project, a hand
powered generator, to Hailea Charlebois and other students, during Ecole
Refreshments will be served and all are
AN ARTICLE Department will contribute to the annual welcome. Art will remain on display for Westhaven School`s annual grade five science fair on March 23.
class and live music from the Music
photo Mikaela Kuefler
the Annual Dessert Theatre on April 15
celebration of the arts at HRH.
“The Art Show has evolved into a and 16.
Submitted photo fantastic community event enjoyed by If you would like more information on
everyone from elementary school classes this article please feel free to contact the
EDSON BOYS & GIRLS to local seniors groups,” states Art teacher school at 780-723-7437, visit our website
at holyredeemerhigh.ca or join our
Sandy Fedorak. “It is definitely a show
CLUB NEWS worth seeing. Our students are Facebook page: “Holy Redeemer High
School” or our Twitter account:
hardworking, talented and eager to display
their artwork to the public.”
Included in this years' show will be some @holyredeemerhig. Edson Playschool Association
Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada
AFTERSCHOOL PROGAM
Did you know that the Edson RBC has been a long term supporter Spring Registration Night
of the Boys and Girls Club of Edson and District?
The month of April will be filled with many different afterschool
activities . The club will transform into Italian theme. Play around Register your child for the
with different arts. Learn new games .Homework help is available .

A BIG thank you to RBC for your support and dedication to the 2016-17 School Year
children and youth of the Boys and Girls club and the Edson
community! April 7 from 7:00 - 9:00 pm
TEEN PROGRAM NIGHT 4529 8th Avenue Edson
Friday nights from 6:30 to 8:30pm. This program is offered to 12-16
year olds that want to be part of the Club's programming one
night a week. The program will offer a safe, fun and comfortable
place for youth to get together. One day program $35/month
Two day program $75/month
Check out Edson Teen Centre Facebook page
Three day program $100/month (new this year)
KINDERCLUB:
The Boys and Girls Club offers Kinderclub programming on all non- Plus refundable parent helper and fundraising fees
kindergarten days. The program is offered 8:00am to 3:00 (with $25 non-refundable registration fee applies
the opportunity to join the after-school program from 3:00pm to
6:00pm). The Club will be offering kinderclub trial days in June for Subsidy applications available.
pre-kindergarten kids. Please call the Club for more information
780-723-7240.
Registrations for Edson Playschool are accepted
DID YOU KNOW?: throughout the year. We accept children at least 3
The Club has a very popular AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM! Why? years of age and fully potty trained.
First the Club provides a safe bus and walk system from each
school, then provides a healthy after-school snack and then there We are moving into A.H. Dakin for the 2016-17
is a ton of fun and interesting programming each day! All of this school year and will be hiring a new teacher.
for a low monthly fee of $100.00. Spaces are still open call the We provide children with crafts, field trips, songs,
club today for this quality child care program.
stories, physical activities and peer to peer
BABYSITTING COURSE: interactions.
An upcoming babysitting course is tentatively booked May 14 & 15,
please call the club for more details and to register. 780-723-7240
Call Amanda 780-712-7387 or
CHECK OUT OUR WEBSITE & FACEBOOK PAGE!
www.bgcedson.com Stephanie 780-517-0021

Grade 12 student Tamara Everett works tirelessly on the new mural in Holy for more information
A good place to be Redeemer. Everett designed the mural herself and with the help of her Follow us on FACEBOOK
fellow students painted it over the last few months. The mural will be on
723-7240 display during the HRH Art Show on April 14.
www.bgcedson.com KIDS MAKE A DIFFERENCE!



Proud Sponsor of the Josslyn Miller is 10 years old. She enjoys Anna Peyton is eight years old. She goes to YKCS

Edson Boys & Girls Club drawing, skating and swimming. Josslyn says "I and is in grade three. Anna says "Math is my
like hanging out at the Boys and Girls Club after
favorite subject in school, I like playing on my tablet,
school and during Spring break. We play all playing with Lego and Shopkins. My favorite color is
kinds of games and do things. I have one orange, steak is the best food ever. I want to be a
younger brother who is four years old. I go to Palaeontologist when I grow up. I have one older
A.H. Dakin School and I'm in grade five. Art is and one younger sister.
my favorite class because I like drawing.
Favorite food would have to be ice cream. I
hope to be a Zoo Keeper when I'm done school.



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