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blind view Rotary hosts soggy but cheerful



window campers at Kinsmen Slo-Pitch



fashions








January 4, January 25




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Sept. 12


Shari McDowell, Troy Sorenson, Doug Woodhouse, Sheila Eaton
October 3, 24 along with Jakob Sorenson, Rotary's youngest volunteer, were Acorn Family Farm 100 Years
registering campers for the Kinsmen Slo-Pitch Tournament on July 29.
photo Deanna Mitchener
November 14 ‘Ball players didn't let August 13, 2016 join us in celebration
11:00 a.m. at the farm

December 5, 26? the rain get them down...’ 2 miles East on East Bank Road (watch for signs).
Directions: 2 miles North of Peers on Highway 32,
Directions: 2 miles North of Peers on Highway 32,
2 miles East on East Bank Road (watch for signs).
Rural address 14028 TWP 550. Bring chair if
Rural address 14028 TWP 550. Bring chair if
by Deanna Mitchener Edson Healthcare Centre, and possible
possible
Rotary Sundays in the Park. “The
Blind View There were a lot of soggy, but Club has been running a
Burgers and Beans 12-2 and 6-8
Window Fashions cheerful campers at the 2016 campground in tandem with the Burgers and Beans 12-2 and 6-8
Kinsmen Slo-Pitch Tournament
Kinsmen Slo-Pitch Tournament
this past weekend. for six years. The last two have
Weiner Roast and Beverages all day
The Rotary Club of Edson, who been behind the diamonds in Weiner Roast and Beverages all day
was pleased to operate the direct partnership with the
Custom Window Treatments campground for the Edson Kinsmen,” said McDowell.
Formal welcome and history at 3 PM
since 1988 Kinsmen Association, hosted “There were about 10 Formal welcome and history at 3 PM
about 1,500 people at the Rotarians and many volunteers to
campground on the wet and help with the campground this Camping available all weekend
Camping available all weekend
780.723.5734 Julie Van Ember wonderful weekend of July 29. year, which included everything
780.542.0898 blindvw@gmail.com "The ball players didn't let the from organizing, assigning the
rain get them down and managed campsites, making trips with Events/Activities: Gold panning, 1915 Model T
Gold panning, 1915 Model T
Events/Activities:
to have a good time, in spite of fencing and gear, surveying and
Ford display, Horse Drawn wagon rids, Horse
the damp weather and were pounding stakes, cooking Ford display, Horse Drawn wagon rids, Horse
mower demo/blacksmith demo, Potato sack sewing
ultimately a pretty well-behaved, delicious meals for volunteers, mower demo/blacksmith demo, Potato sack sewing
enthusiastic group as evidenced and much more,” said McDowell. demo/competition
demo/competition
by many soaking wet neon 80s Although it was a lot of work
costumes, a banana, a group of the volunteers had a lot of fun
green men, and even a Pikachu," too. “This is one of the Rotary Kids Activities: Bounce House, Tree climbing,
Bounce House, Tree climbing,
Kids Activities:
said Shari McDowell with Rotary. Club of Edson's biggest Bolo Ball, Potato Sack race.
Bolo Ball, Potato Sack race.
All proceeds from the fundraisers of the year and it
campground will be used on wouldn't be a success without the
community and international aid help of dedicated local volunteers Questions: Alvin 780-712-0689 or 780-693-2440
Alvin 780-712-0689 or 780-693-2440
Questions:
projects, including initiatives like and businesses, as well as help
Grant 780-712-9701
the Wellness Project at the new from the Kinsmen,” said Grant 780-712-9701
McDowell.
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