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Haunting story of Mortimer


part of Yukon art show



by Adrienne Tait Andrew decided he 'I used to know a girl like
should probably follow. you with the glasses
Local artist Madison As the couple explored when I was in Poland! I
Sharman and her partner the building they were took her away I was the
A n d r e w M c I n t y r e impressed with how bandit.”
turned a two week i n t a c t e v e r y t h i n g Maddy said, “I was
vacation in the Yukon remained despite being terrified!”
into the inspiration for obviously vacant. When the couple
Madison's latest art “There had been looked around they
show entitled “As far as squatters there before. realised they were in the
the Yukon.” You could see a tin can middle of a field
Upon entering the chimney sticking out of s u r r o u n d e d b y
gallery patrons will a window. We go abandoned buildings
notice a book. The book around a corner and that may or may not have
is Madison's travel there was another people squatting in
journal and depicts the window with a chimney them. It was their last
story that goes with each sticking out of it. Maddy stop, despite their
of the paintings. Of all was facing me and I was previous intentions to
the pieces in the show facing there and then I stop for more pictures at
Andrew and Madison kind of had a pretty other sites on their way
a g r e e t h e m o s t girlish scream. Maddy back home.
m e m o r a b l e a n d jumped towards me “As far as the Yukon”
meaningful is that of thinking 'what is going is showing at the Red
Mortimer, “The Polish on?'” said Andrew. Brick Art Gallery until
Man.” McIntyre said, “I had February 24.
McIntyre recounted seen a hand kind of Following the show in
the story. As the couple emerge out of a doorway E d s o n M a d i s o n ' s
started their journey behind her. There was artwork will travel to
back to Edson they this burly looking old Grande Cache to be
decided to stop at an squatter standing there.” displayed at the tourism
abandoned gas station to As the couple talked to centre.
take some pictures. the man they began to Madison will also be
Madison started to feel uneasy. “Then it enacting a performance
explore the grounds and gets really creepy,” piece about their trip to
when she stepped into Andrew said, “He the Yukon before the
one of the buildings started talking and said, next Chautauqua show.




Artist Madison Sharman and Andrew McIntyre in front of her painting of
Mortimer. Sharman's art show will be on display at the Red Brick art gallery
until February 24. Photo Adrienne Tait



Thank You!



The Pinedale Hall would like to say

thanks to the following for your support

in donating to this year’s Valentines
Supper & Dance’s silent auction:

Thymes Two
Edson Bowl
Withers LP
Integra Tire Auto Centre
Wilden Service Ltd
Jensen’s Lifestyle Clothing
Of the Earth...Wholistic Spa & Apothecary
Edson Family Chiropractor & Natural Health Centre
Celebrations Party & Gift Store
Krysta Hawbolldt, Suzan Lin, and three year old Carmen, made Olaf the Jiffy Lube
Castle Rentals & Welding Supplies
snowman from the Disney movie Frozen during the Unplugged Family Day Mountain Pizza & Steak House
In Your Drawers
weekend. Photo Deanna Mitchener Original Joe’s Restaurant & Bar
Swtizer’s Drugs
Linda Klaver
The Diesel Shop
Linda Janish
Little Bee’s Paradise
Divine Elements
Johnson & Hebert Construction
Tumbling T Ranch
DASH Mechanical
Edson Chrysler
Go Honda Edson
Ron’s Outdoor Source for Sports
PKE Water Store & More
M. Dool’s Welding
Gerald Soroka
McPhee Construction
Susan McArthur
Bumper to Bumper
As well we’d like to tell everyone how
we continued to be successful in selling out
our two annual Supper & Dance Events.
With such great support, we have been able to put
funding back into the hall in many forms including:
New tables
Dance floor was recently refinished
New toilets
New water pressure system
Ongoing maintenance and repairs
We continue to have many repairs, upgrades, and projects to maintain the hall.
We welcome anyone and everyone to come out to support our community hall.
Carol Ederhardter, Krysta Hawbolldt, and Elfie Montanus join together for We have meetings the 2nd Monday of every month, where we review and
some fun in Kinsman Park February 14 getting hot dogs ready for the wiener discuss these projects and fundraising activities.
roast. Photo Deanna Mitchener
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