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The Scene


Upcoming Events
Upcoming Events 2015 Clean Shave for Cancer








Dec 20 by Deanna Mitchener raised will stay in Edson benefiting those individuals
Free movie at the Edson Library starting at and families in the area.
12:30pm. Free popcorn provided. Are we ready to go pink? With just a couple of weeks to go, the crunch is on to
Start the New Year off with a clean shave to help get those pledge forms filled to support those that will
Dec 21 Edson's local Cancer Support Group. be having their hair dyed or shaved off.
The Olive Tree Restaurant is hosting their annual On January 12 the Other Side Hair Studio will be Why not make a pledge or donation to the Clean
FREE community Christmas meal. Event takes dyeing supporter's hair pink. Then on January 17 they Shave for Cancer in honor of someone this holiday
place December 21 starting at noon until 7 p.m. will be offering a clean shave for those who are willing season? It's a gift of love and support that could
to go a bit further. brighten the life of someone with cancer.
Dec 24 This is the second annual fundraiser in support of If you would like more information on a Clean
Edson United Church will be having their local people that are faced with cancer. All money Shave for Cancer call 780-712-5521.
Christmas Eve Service at 7pm.

Dec 31 10 year anniversary
Kim Kellner Rock n’ Roll New Years Eve Benefit.
Enjoy a night of 40’s, 50’s, and 60’s to help us
support one of our own and her battle against celebration for Parent Link
cancer. Carrot Creek Hall, Dec 31 @ 6:30 pm.
Tickets contact Andrea 780-725-1987 or Morad
Comm. or Hwy Dinner Peers. by Deanna Mitchener provide families and minds, this is a great asset S u p p o r t S e r v i c e s
c o m m u n i t i e s w i t h to not only the community s u p e r v i s o r f o r
Jan 3 Yellowhead County put opportunities for children but to the individuals. I am Yellowhead County,
Please join Kate's Kitchen for their free lunch at together an event to help t o f u l f i l l t h e i r very proud of the Wendy Robinson, said,
developmental potential.
programs we offer. Parent
St. Catherine's Anglican Church, 617 Main Street celebrate Parent Link's The celebration went Link is just one of the "We are really thankful
t h
10 anniversary in
that the province has
from 11:30 to 1pm. All Welcome Alberta, on December 16 from 1 p.m. until 3 p.m. programs we offer made Parent Link Centers
See Classified Page for in Peers. with plenty of snacks, t h r o u g h o u r F C S S such a valuable resource
monthly meetings and activities Parent Link Centres activities, and games for programming services. It and they continue to
small children at Peers is great to show that we support them. The
new multiplex center. support our communities positive impact has really
County Mayor Gerald and the upbringing of our been felt within the
Soroka was there to greet children, along with the communities."
f a m i l i e s a n d s a i d , various other programs There will be a grant
"Anytime you are helping we offer." opening for the new Peers
with young developing Family and Community facility sometime in the
New Year.




PRIDE FAITH
IN OUR IN OUR
PAST JOE WYNNE BRANCH 51 FUTURE
Telephone: 723-3455 5016 5 Avenue P.O. Box 5162
Fax: 723-7905 Edson, Alberta T7E 1T4

New Year’sYear’s
New
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BASH

Sierra Howe, Youth Services coordinator for Yellowhead County FCSS, BASH
Wendy Robinson, Family and Community Support Services supervisor,
County Mayor Gerald Soroka, and Desirae Ohl FCSS Family Outreach
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coordinator during Parent Link's 10 anniversary celebration held December
16 in Peers. Photo: Deanna Mitchener
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Tickets Availablekets Available
Family Literacy Day Tickets are $50 each and

Tickets are $50 each and
looking for volunteers 5 include Maritime Lobster and
include Maritime Lobster and
Prime Rib Dinner.
Prime Rib Dinner.
by Deanna Mitchener 1 Dance the night away with
Dance the night away with
Edmonton’s Flight 42,
Family Literacy Day is set for January 24 and planning is well underway, Edmonton’s Flight 42,
and this year they will be switching things up a bit.
2
Rock/Country Band.
Usually held on a Friday night with a potluck chili, organizers are going to Rock/Country Band.
try switching it to a day event to see if they can attract more people. Cocktails at 5 pm; Dinner at 6 pm
Cocktails at 5 pm; Dinner at 6 pm
Organizers will be planning to have activities for all ages and are looking
for volunteers and ideas for games and crafts. If weather permits activities
could be planed for outside.
Call the office at
There are many ways the community can help bring Family Literacy onto Limited number of ticketsLimited number of tickets
people's lives. If you would like to help with this event contact Josephine
780-723-3455 for details
Bunz-Clark at 780-723-6247. and we will sell out so get them fast!and we will sell out so get them fast!
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