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December 18
Last Farmers' Market ‘Christmas around the World'
of the year at the
Edson Friendship by Deanna Mitchener
A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on Centre from 10:30 am about Christmas around the World?
– 2:00 pm.
'Tis the season of Christmas concerts, but what
The Scene December 19 description about the many countries around the
The Evergreen School's concert gave a brief
MacKay Community
hall will be hosting a
world, and children from kindergarten to grade five's
Christmas Potluck
Supper at 5:30 pm.
The school choir started off with singing 'A world of
There's a charge for 12 sang and played instruments.
years and up. Bring a Christmas'.
small gift for your Mrs. Dennison's grade five class represented
child with their name England with caroling on Christmas Night. Mrs.
on it for Santa to give Huntley's grade two class represented France and sang
out. Donations for two French carols. Miss Stitzenberger's French class
food bank will be sang Quand le Pere Noel, and Ms. Reierson's grade one
accepted. For more students represented Czech Republic and sang
info call Karen at 780- Rocking Carol.
795-2462. Many other classes joined in representing counties
from Germany to Africa with songs like Ring the Bells
December 20 Little Children, and African Celebration.
Christmas Service at Mrs. Kent's grade three class represented "Canada" Evergreen School principal Wilma Knoops was pleased to welcome parents
Green Grove United and sang Huron Carol. And Mrs. Davenport and Mrs. and guests to their 2016 School Christmas Concert on December 16. The
Church at 2 pm at the Williamson Cree Class sang Jingle Bells. school concert embrased countries from around the world. Photo by Deanna
small Niton Junction Mitchener
Hall. Contact 780-
795-3961 for more
info.
Santa stopped in during the annual
December 24
Edson United Church appreciation supper for volunteers at Parkland
is having a Christmas Lodge on December 10. Guests were served a
traditional Christmas meal including warm
Eve Service at 7 pm, Christmas pudding and sauce. Santa even
everyone is welcome THE WEEKLY ANCHOR
to attend. Happy helped to serve residents, volunteers, and
Holidays! guests. Residents received a gift from Santa
and had the opportunity to have their picture
taken with him. With Santa from left to right are Custom T-Shirts!
Amanda Wills (activity aide), Sam Block n
(assistant manager/activity coordinator), $19.95 including T-Shirt & Transfer A d i D yone Say...
Cindy Hardy (manager), and Amanda Rideout discounts available
See Classified Page for
monthly meetings (casual). RIDE?
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No additional cost
YKCS students showcases performance


of 'A King Is Coming to Town' ESCAPED BORN
TO
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FORCED TO
by Deanna Mitchener The performance was called ‘A King is Coming GOLF
to Town'. The cast portrayed the town's people of DON’T TELL ANYONE
'Tis the Season for schools to showcase their Rumor's Hill. The rumor of a king coming to town WORK YOU SAW ME
student's talents in Christmas concerts. had the town in an uproar to find out what kind of
Christmas concerts are always a joy to watch. king was coming. a r d
All the hard work, practice, and excitement They went through some kings they thought G eners
building up to the performance is a wonderful way maybe coming like the King of Rock and Roll, the
to take part in the holiday spirit. Egyptian King, the King of the Jungle and so on…
Yellowhead Koinonia Christian School had until it was clear to everyone that it was the Savior CEREAL
their annual Christmas concert on December 1. and King, Jesus.
The audience enjoyed seeing all the students A lot of hard work and dedication from students, KILLER!!
from kindergarten to grade five participate, teachers, and parents that helped with props made
accompanied by the older students in the Worship this a team effort.
Band. Thanks also went to the director Mrs. Douma Spread the Best Dirt
Along with students running the sound and and the audience for supporting the student's
lights for the performance it all came together to efforts.
bring the production to life.
5040 3rd Ave., Edson, AB 723-5787
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