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S s CHOOL Evergreen students learn s CHOOL
Times to cross country ski Times

by Deanna Mitchener volunteers at Hornbeck s UMMER
often comment on how schoolyard, then they
Evergreen Principle impressed they are with get to go across the
Wilma Knoops is very the students and their street and Ralph Rix
proud to be continuing skill development," said sets tracks for us.
Students get to do their
for Kids
the cross country ski Knoops. stride improvements Fun
program at their school. "Amy Corser is our on these pre-set tracks.
"The kids all look lead instructor for cross Then their fourth
forward to this program country skiing this year. lesson is on the hill,
offered at the school. It Amy is new to our students get to take part
just started up the week school but not new to our out at the Hornbeck Ski
ONLY RUNS IF of January 12 and the community. The cross Trails," said Knoops.
program will run until
country ski lessons are a
Grade five students
the middle of February.
When the skis come out part of the physical help the grade one
education program, but
class out. Having older
the students start to cheer
THEY SEND IN because they are very not scheduled during the students help out gives
class. It is a longer period
them a sense of
excited to be able to start
of time allotted than the
importance as the
EDSON BOYS & GIRLS cross country skiing class would be. We need younger students look
to schedule blocks of
to them for guidance.
"Every student from
time specific for this
In another four years
CLUB NEWS AN ARTICLE grades one to five has the sport. Each class gets to t h e s e g r a d e o n e
o p p o r t u n i t y t o
go once a week, for
students will be
participate in cross
country skiing. The skill about one hour and h e l p i n g y o u n g e r
fifteen minutes," said
Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada development growth Knoops. students learn what
they are learning here
1 TEEN PROGRAM NIGHT: The Club is excited to announce Grade 5 students from Evergreen (sitting) who helped the Grade 1 students over the years is just "Students start their today.
(standing) during cross country ski lessons Jan.12, along with teacher
that there will be a Teen Drop-in program on Thursday amazing to see. Our ski first lesson in the
nights starting on January 22 2015 from 6:30 to 8:30pm. Brenda Huntley, and Bev Collins a grandmother to a grade one student.
This program will be offered to 13-16 year olds that want to Photo: Deanna Mitchener
be part of the Club's programming one night a week. The 'I'm Just Beautiful'
program will offer a safe, fun and comfortable place for
youth to get together. More details to come. If you or your
business wants more information or to become involved in Fashion Show Fundraiser
this new project please call the Club at 780-723-7240 or
email at Parkland
Our by Deanna Mitchener
FACEBOOK PAGE: Please check out and like the Club's Parkland High School has their own cheering
Facebook page: Boys and Girls Club of Edson and District! section when it comes to sports.
Danielle Boos said, "Parkland High School will be
THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROUS SUPPORT TO THE CLUB! hosting their first fashion show on January 31 in the
TransCanada Pipelines Inc, BonaVista Energy Company, drama room from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. The fashion show is
Edson Lodge #92, Talisman Energy Inc, Fineline Stationery, called 'I'm Just Beautiful'. The cheer team is a school
Withers LP, Investors Group, Edson Senior Ice Hockey Club, team we have just turned into a competitive team this
Coal Valley Resources year. We have been cheering at the school sports games
for the last two years."
CAREER OPPORTUNITY: Do you have a passion for working All money raised will go towards competition fees
with youth in a teen mentoring program? and bussing costs to the competition in March at West
If the answer is yes, then our Senior Teen Mentoring Edmonton Mall.
Coordinator position is the perfect job for you! This is a part- “The fashion show is pretty exciting with 10 girls as
time position during the Teen Activity and Youth Mentoring well as myself and our teacher supervisor Nicole
programs, with the opportunity of extra hours during Burube taking part in modeling the fashions. This is
Afterschool program & Summer Camp. Various shifts: many of the girls first time to be modeling. Each model
evenings, days and some weekends. Flexible schedule will be wearing two to three different outfits from
required: through working from home and on site; Simple Beautiful Event Rentals, as well as some
determined by programming needs. Candidates must have dresses that people want to sell. We are expecting
experience in human services and/or social work. Candidate between 30 and 40 outfits to model, so it should be a lot
must complete a Criminal Record and Child Welfare check. of fun," said Boos.
Completion or partial University Degree and/or Child Care "Admission is just $5 to come and have a seat for the
Worker 1, 2 or 3. Starting wage: $17.00/hr. Please email your up coming fashion show and fundraiser," said Boos.
resume to . For more information visit our The girls will also be performing a cheer routine at
website. the end of the show so come over to Parkland High
School on January 31 and let's cheer on their cheering
A good place to be team.
If you would like more information you can contact
723-7240 Nicole at See you in the cheering
section in the drama room.

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Edson Boys & Girls Club Kaylie Wookey is a bright eight year old in Kadence Richer said, “I am seven years old, I

grade three at Evergreen School. Kaylie said, go to Westhaven School in grade two. the
“I really like math and science at school. I best part of school is gym, math and
enjoy playing hockey, doing fun stuff and computers. I have one older sister and two
playing games. I brought in the New Year with younger sisters with me. I like purple and pink
my family, we celebrated it by playing games and eating bacon. I like to play with my
and had lots of fun. My favourite colours are friends and share.”
purple and pink.”

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