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The Scene
A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on

The Scene

Upcoming Events Vanier students learn about
Upcoming Events

hard work and generosity

Jan 3 by Adrienne Tait not been completed at bussed to Walmart on One lady even had tears
Please join Kate's Kitchen for their free lunch home they would then be Thursday morning in her eyes as she said,
at St. Catherine's Anglican Church, 617 Main 22 people were treated asked to do one the next where they sang “We “Imagine! Someone just
Street from 11:30 to 1pm. All Welcome to some extra Christmas day in school. Wish You a Merry asked me to stand here
cheer on December 18 F o r e v e r y c h o r e Christmas” and gave for a minute and then I
w h e n t h e y w e r e completed the child their gift cards out to was given this!”
Jan 9 presented with $50 e a r n e d a c r e d i t . random people who Seymour said she was
Park Court Hall – Ukrainian New Year's Eve. Walmart gift certificates. Together the class happened to be in the very happy with the
Dinner, dance & midnight lunch. Live music Leigh Seymour's Grade completed over 300 store. project as a whole but
by “Northern Kings.” Tickets are $25. in one students at Vanier chores. The generosity of the already has ideas for
Thanks to donations
advance or $30. at door. Please call 780-727- had been working all from corporate sponsors, children in giving the ways in which she would
change it for next year
month and learning
money they earned to
4476 or 780-727-2138 for more info or about random acts of Seymour was able to bring the Christmas and said one of the
tickets. kindness and giving. purchase Walmart gift spirit to others was not hardest parts of the
Seymour asked parents certificates for each lost on the crowd. Talk challenge was finding
January 9 that each child be given a student to pay them for of “paying it forward” people who would
Fun Fridays (YIA Sponsored Public Swims) chore every night at their completed chores. s t a r t e d a l m o s t accept the gift!
@ Talisman Place home. If the chore had The students were immediately.
2:30 pm – 6:00 pm
free swimming AT Talisman Place Pool!

January 9
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Cod Gone Wild at the Red Brick Arts Centre

January 10
Darn Leftovers at Parkland High School
1:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Creative uses for holiday leftovers.

January 16
Muppets Most Wanted at the Edson and
District Public Library
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Everyone welcome! Free popcorn!

January 24
Family Literacy Day/Library Birthday at the
Edson and District Public Library
11:00 am – 2:00 pm Grade one students spread a little Christmas cheer at Walmart on December 18 as they sang “We Wish
Everyone welcome! Join us for crafts, You a Merry Christmas” and handed $50 gift certificates to 22 lucky shoppers. Photo: Adrienne Tait
activities, games, snacks and birthday cake.

January 30, 2015
Maleficent at the Edson and District Public
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Everyone welcome! Free popcorn!

See Classified Page for
monthly meetings and activities

Talent Show
Talent Show
Holy Redeemer Catholic High School is busy preparing
for their first ever Talent Show taking place on January 23.
Students are excited to be showcase some of their many
talents. The Talent Show starts at 6:30 p.m. in the school
gymnasium with tickets at $5.
For more information contact the Vanier grade one teacher Leigh Seymour taught her students not only the value of hard work but about
school at 780-7237437. generosity, random acts of kindness, and the Christmas spirit in one class exercise. Photo: Adrienne Tait
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