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S s CHOOL s UMMER s CHOOL Pie in the face to support local youth


Times Fun Times what staff members
by Deanna Mitchener

A pie in the face is
for Kids

s UMMER EDSON BOYS & GIRLS from Agriculture,
Forestry, Environment
and Parks got as part
CLUB NEWS
of a community
Fun ONLY RUNS IF HAPPY HOLIDAYS! The Board of Directors, management and staff fundraising contest.
As part of their
Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada
a w a r d s a n d
for Kids
THEY SEND IN
recognition the group
would like to wish all of our members and their families a
wonderful and safe holiday season and thank them for all the fun
wonderful memories over the past year! We look forward to
agency chosen this
continuing to serve children and families of the Edson Community
in 2016. held the contest. "The
year, with the funds
AN ARTICLE DID YOU KNOW?: The Club has a very popular AFTER SCHOOL collected from this Starting at the back from left to right are Eva McGill, Marc Freedman, Tyler Shaw,
Krista Woods, Lorena Evans, Gary Dodsworth, Gord Glover, Christa Woodworth,
PROGRAM! Why? First the Club provides a safe bus and walk
team building event,
system from each school, then provides a healthy after school
snack and then there is a ton of fun and interesting programming to donate to the Edson Dave Erkamp, Jamel Geddes, Emily Scott, Heather Hawkins, Kevin
Submitted photo each day! Spaces are still open call the club today for this quality and District Boys and VanderHaeghe, Nicole Bowen, Patti DiFiore, Tanya Sawicki, Markus Husch, Jordan
child care program 780-723-7240 Baier, Brianna Bergen, Cecile Shaw, Kelsy Gibos, Joan Simonton, and Shawna
Girls Club," said Lund. Photo by Deanna Mitchener
TEEN PROGRAM NIGHT: Teen Drop-in program on Friday nights Christa Woodworth.
from 6:30 to 8:30pm. This program is offered to 13-16 year olds "Only a handful of recognition. It was all c h a r i t y, " K e v i n
that want to be part of the Club's programming one night a week. others donated and
The program will offer a safe, fun and comfortable place for youth us took pies in the face pied the rest. We did in fun and the money is VanderHaeghe.
to get together. Some Teen Night activities: yoga, dodgeball, air- willing… then many not do it for any going to a great local
hockey, floor hockey and of course food. Check out Edson Teen
Activity Centre on Facebook for the weekly schedule.
MENTOR PROGRAM: The Mentoring Program is for youth ages 13-16
who would like to be carefully matched with a mentor who is 18
years or older. They participate in one-on-one activities in the
community which can include meeting at the Club, Talisman Place,
the Library, etc. It is a one year commitment which is based on
friendship, trust, support and fun! Mentors and mentees meet a
minimum of once a month and up to once a week, whichever
works for their schedules. The Mentoring Coordinator facilitates
the relationship by remaining in contact with the Mentor, Mentee
and their family and providing initial training and ongoing support

for everyone involved. Applications can be picked up at the Club.
For more information you can call 780-723-7240, email
info@bgcedson.com

THANK YOU: RBC: After-School Project Grant, Coal Valley
Resources, Enerplus Corporate, Bittner Trucking, Kinette Club of
Edson, Bonavista Energy, Conocophillips Canada Resources

WEBSITE & FACEBOOK PAGE: www.bgcedson.com, Boys & Girls
Club of Edson & District
A good place to be


723-7240
www.bgcedson.com


Proud Sponsor of the


Edson Boys & Girls Club








Children attending the Edson Fire Department’s annual “Kids Christmas Party” posed with Santa Claus
on December 6 at the Edson Fire Hall. Families were invited for an hour swim at Talisman Place and
then ate lunch at the hall. A visit from Santa ended the festivities, giving each child a small gift to enjoy.
Photo by Mikaela Kuefler.


KIDS MAKE A DIFFERENCE!



Sawyer Khune is eight years old an in grade four Marcel Remillard is 10 years old and attends
attending the Fulham Community School. “My Fulham Community School. He said his favorite
favorite subject is Health because we get to subject is math, “because I am learning lots of
learn about all our body parts. My favorite color things about numbers. I was thinking when I grow
is red, and food to eat is steak cooked the up I could be a firefighters, a bank manager or a
normal way. The best part of Christmas is when cop. My favorite color is black an favorite food is
I get to open up my gifts. We also have a big pasta. I like to play video games and I am looking
celebration with turkey and chicken, mashed forward to Christmas Holidays.”
potatoes and stuff. I have two brothers one is
older and one younger than me,” said Sawyer.



Kids Make A Difference is sponsored by: Contributions to
“Kids Make A Difference” focusing on youth in our
Sand & Gravel Sales/Hauling community are welcome. Send picture accompanied by

Quality Work editorial description to the Anchor at email:

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