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Celebrating
Celebrating

Seniors

Week


We salute all A week of activities
We salute all
Senior Citizens and appreciation for
Senior Citizens
and recognize their Seniors Week
and recognize their
contributions to this by Deanna Mitchener
contributions to this
community Beginning June 1 through June 7 Edson has some
community
amazing events for Seniors Week planned just for our 4209 3rd Ave. 201 54 Street
seniors. 780-723-7244 780-723-7242
On June 1 the Edson Public Library invites seniors to
come and see a presentation on wildlife. The presentation
begins at 2 p.m. and refreshments will be served.
On June 2 the Pioneer Cabin will be serving up soup
and sandwiches from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. sponsored
5220 4 Avenue Ph: 712-5333 by the Royal Purple and EDDT for seniors to come and
Edson, AB Fax: 712-5358 enjoy lunch on them.
That's not all, Tuesday night the Royal Canadian
Legion Joe Wynne Branch #51 is hosting a free supper
for all seniors 65 and older along with their escort.
Seniors Week Supper starts at 5:30 p.m. and the doors will be open at
4:30 p.m. Please pick up your ticket ahead of time, so
they have your reservation.
Sounds like an action packed week full of great opportunities for seniors, so ensure you let those seniors in
Patty Mohns one of the many organizers said, "The
In recognition of your Nova Theatre will have a free movie for seniors to enjoy your life know about them so they can attend, maybe you can even offer to be their escort.
contribution to our community on June 3, with free admission, hot dogs, popcorn,and
soda sponsored by Parkland Lodge and Parkland Lodge
WE SALUTE YOU!! Auxiliary. So come early to gather up all your treats and You are never too old to set
find a good spot to sit and enjoy the movie. It will be
You are never too old to set
You are never too old to set
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starting at 12:30 p.m."
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Thursday, June 4 from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. come and another goal or to dream
see your local firemen at the Edson Firehall for a pancake
a new dream.
a new dream.
a new dream.
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breakfast. The meal is sponsored by the Town of Edson. a new dream.
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Then head over and join the Adult Day Program located --Les Brown
Seniors
at 5028 3 Avenue from 1 p.m. until 2 p.m. for some snacks
and Yoga. Celebrating
The Parkland Lodge is hosting a senior's tea, between Celebrating
2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. with plenty of chances to win door Seniors
prizes and try your luck on the 50/50 draw.
June 5 stroll down memory lane at the Galloway
Station Museum to explore and share wonderful Jim Eglinski M.P.
memories from Edson's Main Street. Then take a tour of 119 50 Street
the beautiful artifacts and wildlife scenery within the Edson, AB
museum. Tasty treats and beverages will be offered. Phone: 780-723-6068
The Edson Scotia Bank will also be appreciating Fax: 780-723-5060
seniors with refreshments and door prizes throughout the
day.
On June 6 top the week
off with a strawberry by We encourage all
joining the Red Brick Arts
Centre. They are holding a seniors to join in
garage sale and Strawberry
Tea between the hours of 10 Seniors' Week,
a.m. and 3 p.m.
June 1-7, 2015.
YELLOWHEAD COUNTY HOME SUPPORT PROGRAM
Do you need a little extra help around the house? Seniors are the foundation
of our community; we
Yellowhead County is now offering Home Support Services to residents with health and thank you for your years of hard work and commitment.
mobility limitations to help them with a variety of light housekeeping tasks. The purpose
of Home Support is to enable clients to remain in their own homes. Tasks can include:
Laundry, dusting, vacuuming, dishes, mopping, meal preparation and more.
Cost is pro-rated, based on your annual household income. Please take this week to celebrate your successes!
From all of us at The Evergreens Foundation.
NEED ASSISTANCE IN ACCESSING FEDERAL & PROVINCIAL SENIORS’ BENEFITS?
Learn how we can help you access the financial benefits that are available for seniors
including Municipal, Provincial and Federal Programs. rd
Tuesday, June 2 : Games with Grade 8's, BBQ and Bakery
For more information about any of these or other Yellowhead County programs for Cinnamon Buns, Sunshine Place Lodge, 12:00 pm.
Seniors contact the FCSS Outreach Coordinator at 780-325-3782 or 1-800-814-3935.
Call Yellowhead County at 780-325-3782 or 1-800-814-3935 to find out more.
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Wednesday, June 3 : Live horse races, Sunshine Place
Lodge, 2:00 pm.
“Building a better community for present and future generations.” Thursday, June 4 : Music with Phil, FCSS Strawberry Tea,
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Officer Scott and his Dog, Elementary School visits & Bingo,
Sunshine Place Lodge, Strawberry Tea- 1:00-2:00 pm and
Bingo- 2:00 pm.
Listings are also available at
www.culture.alberta.ca/events
Events in our community would not be possible without the
great support of volunteers and contributors. Our sincerest
thanks go out to all of you!
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