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continued from front THE WEEKLY ANCHOR MONDAY JULY 4, 2016 PAGE 2
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chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy, After supper Claire Hopson and
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glazed carrots, buns and an Katerina Giovos with Edson Dance
assortment of desserts to choose Enthusiasts were asked to come in
from. Donated gift baskets were and teach some line dancing. The
raffled off later on. The raffle tickets dance floor was packed with dads
were the guest's placemats. So the dancing with their daughters.
more daughters you had at the event Next year for the Second Annual
the more chances of being one of the Father Daughter Gala there are
lucky winners. discussions about having a larger
Each family went home with venue to accommodate more fathers
flowers and a framed picture that was and daughters, so no one will be
taken of each father with their disappointed.

Public hearings to be held

includes mobile subdivision

The Holy Redeemer Industrial Arts class has recently been assisting the by Adrienne Tait Councillor Brian Boyce said he
Vanier Lifeskills students with various woodworking projects. "It's a great would like to ensure that the
program," says IA Teacher Mike Bachinsky. "Our students are gaining Two public hearings will be held infrastructure in the area would be
valuable leadership skills helping these young students from Vanier learn in council chambers on March 21. able to support the proposed
valuable life skills.” Here, grade 10 student Cody Pape offers his help to The first, regarding bylaw 2190, is subdivision and road access. If it
grade 4 student Wyatt Krupski as he saws some wood in half. to hear public feedback regarding moves forward the subdivision
the rezoning of 4840 and 4834 would provide 10 lots for mobile
5Avenue from single family and manufactured homes on their
REPSOL donates $30,000 residential to medium density multi- own lots rather than in a mobile Sid’s Safety
toward Edson Legion roof family residential lots. home park. Run this ad
Councillor Jim Gomuwka
The second public hearing will be
held to hear feedback on a proposed expressed some concerns
mobile home subdivision at Plan
regarding a high pressure gas line
Misadventures 5756 HW, Block 4, Lot 4, an that exists on the property. February 27
approximately two acre plot in
Both hearings are scheduled for
Glenwood. 7:30 p.m. on March 21.

Meet Rolex. This cuddly boy is
Meet Rolex. This cuddly boy is Sid's Safety
approximately 9 months old and
approximately 9 months old and
loves to be with his people. He's
loves to be with his people. He's
good with other cats and alright
good with other cats and alright
with dogs after a calm
with dogs after a calm & Janitor al
introduction. Neutered and litter
introduction. Neutered and litter
trained, Rolex currently lives
trained, Rolex currently lives
outside with access to a heated
outside with access to a heated
garage. If you could use some 5928 - 3rd Avenue, Edson, Alberta T7E 1R8
garage. If you could use some
more love in your life call us to
more love in your life call us to
meet this sweetheart.
meet this sweetheart. Phone: (780) 723-6575 Fax: (780) 723-6567
Edson Legion representatives were on hand to accept a $30,000 donation Email:
from REPSOL. Pictured are Bobbi Foulds, Don Coley, REPSOL Area
Manager Ken Kaduski, Wally Coes, Cora Fredericks, Jamie Simmons, Visit for more information or 780-712-6788.isit for more information or 780-712-6788.
and REPSOL External Relations Jesse Kirillo. photo Deanna Mitchener
by Deanna Mitchener "We have our fundraiser 'Raise
The Roof' which is rescheduled for
Edson's Royal Canadian Legion June 3. The band Wolfe from 780-712-9493
Branch #51 received a substantial Hinton is coming into play and Fax: 780-723-2213
donation of $30,000 from REPSOL there will be a silent auction, dining Call 780-723-9493 for information
Oil and Gas Canada Inc. on and dancing, and should be a really
February 22. fun night. Our tickets will be out
Bobbi Foulds, on behalf of the soon so please watch for that. We
Legion, said, "The donation is are always in need and are
going towards our new roof repair. gratefully accepting volunteers,
The Legion has a spilt roof with two donations, or cash in kind," said
separate sections. But because it is a Foulds.
flat style it is a specialized roof that Jesse Kirillo with REPSOL says
would need to be put on." "REPSOL uses the facility all the
"Our recent quotes came in at time for different community
$140,000 to support both sides, so events, group socials and meetings
this donation will defiantly take a so it was an easy donation for us to
big bite out of that expense. This is think of in how far this will go in
something that has to happen this the community as a whole."
year and we are reviewing the The Royal Canadian Legion has
quotes we already have," said been a vital resource and supporter
Foulds. "When we first started this within the community over many Baffin Derrick Baffin Construction
we were looking at fundraisers and years. If you are able to help in any $182.45 $188.45
we fell short on them, so hopefully way please contact the Edson
everything falls into place and we Legion at (780) 723-3455. Limited Sizes - While Supplies Last
can move forward."
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