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continued from front Parkland lodge construction will feature
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continued from front a lodge in the province of Alberta and I've been to of different areas to eliminate cafeteria style structure brings humidification and controlled
almost all of them,” said Berry. dining. “We have columns to break it up so we get a temperature.
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“The grounds will be enhanced when we put more intimate restaurant feel,” said Berry. In cases of fire, there are sprinklers throughout
continued from front some additional stairs in a couple of places we “We've spent a lot of time and a lot of meetings the building and every piece of drywall is fire
continued from front think they should be. There will also be a little bit looking at all the little things. Trying to make sure rated. “We have exceeded any code in North
more power and light down there,” said Berry. that we haven't forgotten about the things that are America for fire protection,” said Berry.
continued from front Due commitment made by the foundation, there going to make the quality of life for the residents The Exit Stair wells have a place of refuge at the
continued from front is a design for a Memory Care Facility for people incredible,” said Berry. top, accommodating six people so firefighters can
who have dementia in the lodge. “There's optimum In the B2 structure, there will be an increase of come and escort them to safety. Stairs have twelve
numbers that Alberta Health wants for people who air quality with a ventilation system to get the air inch wide steps and are only six inches high. “We
are in a 3D or 4D care,” said Berry. exchange up and to condition air. This type of designed them with that care in mind,” said Berry.
The dining room will be broken up into a couple

Edson Gladiators hosting Alberta

Junior Olympics Wrestling Championship

submitted We will have a very strong contingent of tournaments and have developed a strong
Edson-and-area wrestlers competing at this reputation for hosting quality tournaments. We
The Edson Gladiators Wrestling Club will be event, including 40+ elementary aged kids and feel that a lot of pre planning and work by a large
hosting the Junior Olympics Provincial Wrestling 20-25 juniors. We want to extend a warm, number of volunteers from our community will
Championships on February 18. friendly welcome to the many wrestlers who will make this one of the best wrestling events held in
Parkland High School will be an excellent be visiting our community from across the Alberta!
venue for this event. We expect up to 350 to 400 province. Action starts at 9 am at the Parkland High
competitors from across the province to compete We will have 25-30 experienced local School gym and will continue till 3 pm or so.
in this highest level of provincial wrestling at the volunteers helping to host this tournament, and There will be delicious food served at the
elementary (ages 5-12) and junior (ages 13-15) will have 10 nationally carded officials in town concession. There will be no admission charged
age-classes. It is the Alberta Amateur Wrestling to referee the matches. at the door but we will accept donations to the
Association premiere tournament for these age Our goal is to make these competitions fun, local food bank. We encourage the residents of
groups in Alberta and we are really pleased that safe, exciting, and well organized. We have Edson and Yellowhead County to come down
they selected our community as the host. hosted several previous provincial-level watch some great Wrestling and cheer on all the
athletes and future Olympian's!

On behalf of the Edson Food Bank we
would like to thank our many donors in Sid’s Safety
Edson and the Yellowhead County area.
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The corporate support of our community, January 9 & 16
and in this case our Food Bank, is truly

Also thank you to our many personal
donors whose cash and material donations
are greatly appreciated.

A special thank you to the Olive Tree Slavik McCartney Appraisals
Restaurant - Chef Ramzi, Tammy and staff is pleased to announce that
for their continued support of the Food Sherry Radench (nee Cartwright) has
Bank. successfully completed all requirements for her AACI
Designation with the Appraisal Institute of Canada.
She is fully qualified and prepared to complete
The combination of donors and volunteers appraisals on commercial, industrial, and residential
makes it possible for us to succeed in our properties. Our firm covers the areas of Whitecourt,
efforts. Again, a sincere thank you to Edson, Hinton, Jasper, and Grande Cache.
every one for supporting us.
Contact Information:
Slavik McCartney Appraisals Inc.
Edson Food Bank E-mail:

Phone: (780) 723-7471
Graciously donated by an Edson resident. Main office location:
5018 – 3rd Avenue, Edson, Alberta
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