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MLS 36134 $88,500 FEATURED PROPERTY
BUSINESS BUSINESS 38424 145,000
ONLY
ONLY
Turn-key thriving coffee shop business on
busy Yellowhead Highway with drive-thru
lane. Fully equipped and staffed. Long-
term lease available. Adjacent to Alpine
Health Club, Edson’s largest gym.
Surrounded by 4 hotels and the provincial
By Yvonne government building. Dependable
catering revenue as well.
MLS 35638 $459,900 OFFICE LEASE $1155
INDUSTRIAL 660 sq. ft.







By Marie


Centurion Club ends year with presentations




Two more presentations by the Centurion Club of Edson rounded-off their
first year in the community.
Housing Plus+ Program won first place with 78% of the vote and $4744.44.
Edson Playschool Association walked away with 22% of the vote and
$1355.56.
In their inaugural year the club gave $20,700 to organizations in need
within the community. Their goal is to double membership and donations in
2016.
The 2016 deadline for non-profit applications is March 1. The club's next
meeting is Wednesday, March 30.







Lesley Dekok accepting $1355.56 for the Edson Playschool
Assoc. from Club member Troy Sorensen. Submitted photo










Hinton/Jasper KOA gets


International Award





The Hinton/Jasper KOA has earned the prestigious 2016 KOA
President's and Founder's Awards from Kampgrounds of America Inc., the
world's largest system of family-friendly, open-to-the-public campgrounds.
The awards were presented Wednesday, November 18 at KOA's Annual
International Convention in Daytona Beach, Florida. KOA is celebrating its
53rd Anniversary in 2015.
The KOA President's Awards are presented annually to campgrounds that
receive high scores in customer service from their campers, and also receive
high scores in KOA's annual Campground Quality Review.
The KOA Founder's Award is named in honor of Dave Drum, who
founded KOA on the banks of the Yellowstone River in Billings, Montana in
1962. It is given to those KOA campgrounds that attained the very top scores
in both customer service and the KOA Quality Review.
KOA surveys hundreds of thousands of campers each year regarding their
KOA camping experience, and those surveys are used as a basis for the
awards.
“We know that our overall success at KOA hinges on the experience our
campground owners provide to our guests,” said KOA President Pat
Hittmeier. “Our owners just keep getting better and better at providing great
camping for our guests. At the same time, they continue to invest in their
KOA properties to add activities and amenities that ensure our success in the
future.”
“It's an honor to recognize these great KOA owners for their efforts,”
Hittmeier said. “The KOA President's Award and KOA Founder's Award are
well deserved.”
Pavan Sonpar-Pahwa from Housing Plus+ Program accepting $4744.44
from Club member Troy Sorensen. Submitted Photo
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