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Hunter Sewid,
EDSON BOYS & GIRLS Brooke Sewid,
Logan Kienast,
a n d C o l t o n
CLUB NEWS Velychka get
ready to attack
S a m a n t h a
Rose (team
Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada leader) and
SUMMER CAMP PROGRAM: July Activities: Floor hockey, Slip Donna O'Brien
and slide, spray park, Niton outdoor pool, Edmonton trip, baking, ( p r o g r a m
ONLY RUNS IF 6pm Monday to Friday for children 5-12 years old. Last year director) on
horseback riding and much more. Summer Camp is open 8am-
June 18 during
some weeks and day trips were full so please reserve your
child's spot today! Full summer, monthly, weekly and daily rates
h e l d a t
available. Please call the club for more information: 723-7240. NERF Wars
THEY SEND IN Golf Camp: July 13-16 2015, this fun learn to golf or build on T a l i s m a n
Place.
your skill Golf Camp is offered through a partnership with the
Edson Golf Club. Members will be bussed to the golf course
and back, practice on the driving range and putting green with Photo Deanna
AN ARTICLE summer camp activities offered throughout the week, camp
Mitchener
a golf pro. Children also get to participate with the other
runs 8am to 6pm.
TEEN PROGRAM NIGHT: Teen Drop-in program on Thursday by Deanna Mitchener come and take part in the many different activities
nights from 6:30 to 8:30pm. This program is offered to 13-16 each Thursday. Teens can come by themselves and
year olds that want to be part of the Club's programming one Since January the Edson and District Boys and meet other teens, or bring a friend.
night a week. The program will offer a safe, fun and Girls Club has been offering a Teen Drop In Program There is no need to register ahead, just drop in and
comfortable place for youth to get together. Some Teen Night every Thursday night from 6:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. have some fun, and share some ideas of events you
activities: yoga, dodgeball, air-hockey, floor hockey and of
course food. The program is free and geared for youth between may like to see happen.
the ages of 13 to 16. Last week the group went horseback riding at
KINDERCLUB: What does KinderClub do? Well they have gone Now that the weather has been nicer the program Golding's Equestrian. The week before that they
swimming, bowling, gymnastics, tour of the museum, story has moved outside to participate in events around were out at the driving range hitting golf balls. On
time, crafts, baking, horseback riding…& much more. town. June 18 a group of teens went to the Talisman Place
Registration is open for the upcoming school year. Kinderclub Some teens have this misconception the Boys and and took part in NERF Wars.
operates on non-kindergarten days (3 times a week in
September, 2 in October and once a week the rest of the year). Girls Club is for younger kids, as younger kids If you would like to learn more about the program,
Its affordable $25 per day for the program. Pre-registration attend the club during the day. you can call the Boys and Girls Club at 780-723-
required, spots fill up fast, so reserve your child's spot today! This particular program is just for teenagers to 7240 or email the club at info@bgcedson.com.
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Kindergarten and grade five students form Evergreen School enjoy their end of the year school party at
Kinsmen Park on June 26. In the morning they had their grade five farewell and kindergarten graduation.
Then both groups came to the park to have lunch and play to celebrate. The group of students are with
teachers Mrs. Hyatt, Mrs. Corser, Mrs. Camp and Mrs. Dennison.

KIDS MAKE A DIFFERENCE!


Madison Nelson is seven years old. Maddox Bittner is six years old. Maddox says
Madison says "I am looking forward to going "I'm going to Cultus Lake with my family
on my trip to Ontario and staying there for a sometime over the summer. For Canada Day
visit. I like coming to the Boys and Girls I'm going to go listen to some songs their
Club, for Canada Day we are going over to playing and watch the Fire Works. When I
the school to watch the fireworks. I want to grow up I want to be a policeman and work
be a hairdresser and singer when I grow up. at the Boys and Girls Club. My favorite color
Favorite color's are blue and green and cake is red and I like to eat rice.
with ice-cream to eat."




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