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MLS 36134 $88,500 MLS 35732 $154,000 MLS 35731 $174,000 MLS 37222 $245,000 MLS 36197 $270,000

By Yvonne By Marie By Marie By Maureen By Troy 4 2 1
MLS 35638 $429,000 EXCLUSIVE $700,000 OFFICE LEASE $1100 OFFICE LEASE $1155
550 sq. ft. RENOVATED 660 sq. ft.

By Marie By Troy 14 7

Centurion Club supports

two more non-profits P INSTALLATIONS P
* Furnaces Replacement
by Deanna Mitchener Don Moorehead gave gave a very nice slide as a result of that James * Furnaces/Air Conditioners
a presentation for ESTS show presentation. Kazoleas and his family * Residential Heating Packages
Centurion Club of as their president, and "Mountain Pizza and donated $4,000 to the * Electronic Air Cleaners
Edson held their second M a r i s s a F e r n s i d e Steak is celebrating 40 Centurion Club that will * Humidifiers/Air Exchangers
quarterly social on June director for Reflections years in the community, also be divided up * Sheet Metal Work
24 at the Galloway between the two non- FREE ESTIMATES
Station Museum. profits groups," said
The Centurion Club is Sorensen. Email:
looking for more non- ESTS and Reflections
profit organizations to shared the donations. 4640 3 Avenue Phone: (780) 723-3553
come and apply to be Edson, AB T7E 1C2 Authorized Dealer Fax: (780) 723-3552
considered for receiving
m o n e y f r o m i t s
Before each social, THIS WEEK’S FEATURE
t w o n o n - p r o f i t
o rg a n i z a t i o n s a r e
chosen by Rotary as * Furnaces Replacement
* Furnaces/Air Conditioners
c a n d i d a t e s . T h e * Residential Heating Packages Mint Homes Ltd.
candidates are then * Electronic Air Cleaners
invited to hold a * Humidifiers/Air Exchangers
* Sheet Metal Work
presentation at the next FREE ESTIMATES
quarterly social.
The members of the
Centurion Club each
place a vote and the
money is then split President Don Moorehead on behalf the Edson
b e t w e e n t h e t w o Seniors Transportation Society received 54% of
o r g a n i z a t i o n s Centurion Club votes on June 24.
depending on their
number of votes.
Troy Sorensen said,
"The Centurion Club
was started as a way for
very busy individuals to
get involved in the
1585 Sq. Ft. Split Entry Bi-Level with attached 2-car garage ; Very open
community, being able plan; L-shape kitchen with island, Walk-in pantry and access via double
to make a difference.”
Club members meet garden doors to deck; open dining room/living room area with large bay
four times a year for a window and fireplace; nice master bedroom with 3-piece ensuite and
large walk-in closet, plus 2 additional bedrooms. The lower level is
one hour social to totally finished with 1510 sq ft including the oversized Rec room. The
discuss two local Craft Room is very bright with all the natural light from the windows in
charities. Members put the bay. Features two large bedrooms and a 3 piece bath. Huge laundry
up $100 four times a room with cabinets and a cold room for storage. Very nice open plan.
year that will go to their Plan: 2009442
preferred candidate.
The two non-profit Member of National Home Warranty Program
organizations that were
invited to present to the Phone: 780-723-2330
Centurion Club on June
24, were Edson Seniors Marissa Fernside, director for Reflections, received Fax: 780-723-5068
Transportation Society 46% of Centurion Club votes on June 24. Plus will
and Reflections. be splitting the $4,000 donated by the Kazoleas Email:
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