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Fun ONLY RUNS IF by Deanna Mitchener

talent show
for Kids
THEY SEND IN



EDSON BOYS & GIRLS
AN ARTICLE CLUB NEWS talent on February 12 with many students taking
Pine Grove School showed off some amazing
part in their talent show.
NEED CHANGES FOR KMAD Submitted photo Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada said, "We started the show last year to allow
Hannah Wilson, a grade seven and eight teacher,



PRINCESS AND SUPERHERO PARTY: This fundraiser is students the chance to showcase their talents. Last
year was such a success that we decided to do it
presented in partnership with Kinettes of Edson. Grab your
cape or best gown, this party will be the best in town! again." Aleya Costall, Kodah Wilson, Kristina Kovacsics, Breeanna Gillis-Banack, Jorja Williams performed at
February 27 2016 at the Legion from 1-4pm. Meet and dance "With 20 students taking part this year was even Pine Grove Middle School's Talent show on February 12. photo Deanna Mitchener
with your favorite characters, make crafts, eat food, 50/50, better than last year. It was a huge success and
door prizes, raffle baskets and much more! Tickets are $25
each child and $10 per parent/adult. Tickets are on sale at the everyone had a great time. Not only for the
th
Boys and Girls Club of Edson- 5414 6 ave Mon-Fri performing students, but for the whole school.
1-6pm, 780-723-7240, get yours today before they sell out! Everyone was involved and the audience was since there is so much talent in our school that we There was a great deal of excitement,
This is a costume and semi-formal event for children and really amazing," said Wilson. should have another opportunity to showcase it. encouragement, and cheering from fellow students
adults!
Grade seven and eight teacher, Erica Servold, The talent show also gives students who aren't during the performances. During a couple of songs
TEEN PROGRAM NIGHT Friday nights from 6:30 to 8:30pm. This said, "We thought it would be a fun way to ready or able to commit to the play a chance to the whole audience joined in the singing. It was an
program is offered to 13-16 year olds that want to be part of continue to build our school culture. As well after inspiring collaborative effort to attend.
the Club's programming one night a week. The program will perform in front of the school."
offer a safe, fun and comfortable place for youth to get seeing the drama productions, we thought that
together.
SPRING BREAK: What is your child doing over spring break?
Why not join the fun activities at the Club! Daily rate $35.00
($30.00 for each additional child) open 8:00am-6:00pm,
snacks and fun provided. Call to register and secure your spot!
KINDERCLUB: The Boys and Girls Club offers Kinderclub
programming on all non-kindergarten days. The program is
offered 8:00am to 3:00 (with the opportunity to join the after-
school program from 3:00pm to 6:00pm). The Club will be We are now accepting registrations
offering kinderclub trial days in June for pre-kindergarten kids.
Please call the Club for more information
780-723-7240. for the 2016/2017 Kindergarten Programs
DID YOU KNOW?: The Club has a very popular AFTER SCHOOL
PROGRAM! Why? First the Club provides a safe bus and walk
system from each school, then provides a healthy after-school
snack and then there is a ton of fun and interesting
programming each day! All of this for a low monthly fee of Orientation and Registration Night
$100.00. Spaces are still open call the club today for this
quality child care program. Thursday, Marchy 10, 2016

CHECK OUT OUR WEBSITE & FACEBOOK PAGE! 6:00 pm at the School
www.bgcedson.com

A good place to be Grade 10 students Kiana Kaliciak and Jessica

723-7240 Holden show off the newest addition to Holy
Redeemer, a high tech water fountain that can
www.bgcedson.com provide ice cold water to fill up any size water
bottle. Located just outside the school gym, the
fountain was provided through some fundraising
Proud Sponsor of the efforts by the HRH Parent Council.

Edson Boys & Girls Club
KIDS MAKE A DIFFERENCE!



Jasmine Dickson is five years old. Dakota Dickson attends the Fulhum
Jasmine said "My favorite color is pink School, his favorite subject in school is
and purple, I really like to eat oatmeal science. Dakota says "My favorite color
the dinosaur egg oatmeal. I like to is black, and I like to eat apples. I like
play with my friends and play games." playing video games. I have one older
Jasmine goes to Kindergarten at the brother and one younger sister.”
Fulhum School.






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