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s UMMER Students celebrated on

Fun for Kids last day of A.H Dakin

by Miranda L’Hirondelle epic,” said Joyce Kiland with the Parent
The students at A.H. Dakin celebrated the last The parent council paid for Outlaw Pizzeria’s
day of Dakin (before it transitions to Mary food truck for the event which was serving
Bergeron Elementary) with a slip and slide and beaver tails for everyone involved and the town
other fun outdoor activities on June 29. brought popcorn for the kids to snack on also.
The Town of Edson, Edson Fire Department, They had other activities going on around the
and the RCMP came down to enjoy the day playground like a parachute the kids could play
with and some sports equipment that was
with the kids.
s CHOOL trucks to spray down a slip-and-slide for brought out.
The Fire Department brought one of their
“We just wanted to give them a fun last day,”
everyone. “The last day of Dakin had to be
said Danielle Baceda with the Parent Council.

Lonita Reilly, Danielle Baceda, Danica
Warren and Joyce Kiland Members of the
Parent Council at A.H Dakin went down the
slip and slide that was at the school for the last
day before summer break on June 29. photo
Miranda L’Hirondelle

Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada
Summer Program

Join us this summer for exciting and fun
activities for children ages 5-12! We offer out Grade 6 students with Pine Grove School lined up and got snacks and beverages for their
of town and local field trips, as well as crafts, annual year end movie at the Nova Theatre on June 29. photo Miranda L’Hirondelle
sports, and baking.

We will be taking trips to Leaman
Exchange, Launch Pad, Telus World of
Science, Whitecourt Rotary Park, and
Wilmore Park!
To register your child, please contact the club
by phone at (780) 723 7240 or by email at

Burger Booth
Come support the Boys & Girls Club by visiting
our Burger Booth at the Summer Festival on
July 12-14, 2017! Proceeds from sales go
towards supporting the Club and the programs
that we offer!

Proud Sponsor of the

Edson Boys & Girls Club photo Miranda L’Hirondelle
ANCHOR Morgan Konchakowski, Denine Lozinski, Tianna Federuik, Michelle Callahan, Riley Callahan,
and Sawyer Scott cook up Qeema Indian Curried Beef and an apple carrot coleslaw for their
families in the program Kids in the Kitchen. This program helps teaches kids about healthy eating,
program ran twice a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays after school until the end of June.
The 5040 3rd Avenue 780-723-5787 meal preparation, and also so the families can spend more time together in the evening. The

Kailey Elliott is eight years old just finished her grade two Layne Briseboys is 10 years old. Layne said "I am looking
at Evergreen School. Kailey says "art was my favorite class forward to doing some camping this summer. My hobbies
at school, and I want to be an artist when I grow up. I have are playing video games and carving sticks. I would like to
one older and one younger sister. Pepperoni pizza is my be a Black Smith when I grow up. I really like to eat
favorite food, my favorite color is purple. We might be hotdogs, and they go good with camping too. I have one
going to Drumheller again this summer, because we went older sister. If I could travel any where in the world I
last year and it was really fun. We got to go bumper would travel to England.”
boating and go dig for fossils".

Kids Make A Difference is sponsored by: Contributions to

Sand & Gravel Sales/Hauling “Kids Make A Difference” focusing on youth in our
community are welcome. Send picture
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