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EDSON BOYS & GIRLS


CLUB NEWS



Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada
DID YOU KNOW?: The Club has a very popular after-school
program! Why? First the Club provides a safe bus and walk system
from each school, then provides a healthy after school snack and
then there is a ton of fun and interesting programming each day!
KINDERCLUB: What does KinderClub do? Well they have gone
swimming, bowling, gymnastics, tour of the museum, horseback
riding…& much more. Come see if you want your kindergartener
to have this much fun! Trial June 2015: Playschool is over for the
year and children that are registered for Kindergarten can attend
Kinderclub program each Monday in June, for a trial of the program.
Children and their families can experience the Kinderclub before
the 2015 Fall school year. Pre-registration required, spots fill up fast Alana O'Brien and Britney Englehardt team up canoeing as part of Pine Grove's year end
for the trial June Mondays, so reserve your child's spot today! activities for the students.
TEEN PROGRAM NIGHT: Teen Drop-in program on Thursday nights
from 6:30 to 8:30pm. This program is offered to 13-16 year olds
that want to be part of the Club's programming one night a week. submitted some special new memories of their middle
The program will offer a safe, fun and comfortable place for youth school years.
to get together. Some Teen Night activities: yoga, dodgeball, air-
hockey, floor hockey and of course food. As the 2014-2015 school year draws to a Meanwhile, the grade seven classes had the
close, the time for celebrating the successes of opportunity to participate in some of the
SUMMER CAMP PROGRAM: Warmer weather is here and our staff the year is dawning. Kicking off class activities exciting activities that beautiful Jasper, AB has
are starting to plan for Summer Camp. The Club provides a variety
of fun and interesting themed weeks, day trips and recreational with a special trip to Camp YoWoChas for to offer. The wonderful, friendly staff at The
activities throughout the summer for children 5-12 years old. Last grade eight students on June 8 and 9, and a trip Palisades took groups on a guided hike of
year some weeks and day trips were full so please reserve your to The Palisades in Jasper for grade sevens, Maligne Canyon as well as a spectacular
child's spot today! Please call the club for more information: 723-
7240. June festivities are well under way at Pine canoeing adventure on pristine waters.
th
Grove Middle School. Attending 7 grader Rebecca Dearden said, “It
THANK YOU!:
Boston Pizza, Secure energy, Northern Metallic, Iron line, Edson The soon-to-be Pine Grove graduates were was awesome! I really liked canoeing and how
Rodeo, Fire Fit, Subway, Panago, Darcy's Welding treated to a day of outdoor activities like rock- we were able to just go around the lake and go
climbing, kayaking, and ziplining with a team- in the water a bit.”
th
BIKE RODEO: The Club is hosting a Bike safety rodeo on June 12 building focus. “It was fun and scary going up The final week of school is always a chaotic
in our parking lot. This bike safety course is offered for free. Non
club members must have a parent or adult attend the course with on the big pole and balancing fifty feet up in and exciting time for staff and students, from
them. Call the Club for more details and to register, 723-7240. the air. Kayaking and going swimming were finals to awards ceremonies to bittersweet
OUR WEBSITE: www.bgcedson.com my favourite,” says Grace Marchand. As the farewells to homerooms. It has been a
grade eights prepare to move on to final exams tremendous year, and the PGMS community is
FACEBOOK PAGE: and ultimately high school, their trip to already getting excited for what 2015/2016
Please check out and like the Club's Facebook page: Boys and Girls
Club of Edson and District! YoWoChas certainly helped students make holds. Parkland students Grace Marchand and Noor Ulain tackle
the outdoor course at Camp YoWoChas.
A good place to be

723-7240 KIDS MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
www.bgcedson.com Jorja Matthews is just getting done grade

one at Niton School. Her favorite food is Tucker Gray is 14 and in grade eight at Pine
Grove Middle School. “I hope to be an
Proud Sponsor of the macaroni, all kinds of macaroni. Jorja electrician once I complete all my
says, “I have all kinds of pets one dog, six
schooling. I would have to say I like
Edson Boys & Girls Club cats, 20 rabbits, 41 goats, some cows and Science the best for classes, I find it to be
a pony. So I have to do chores with my
the easiest. I enjoy playing baseball and in
Papa and Mama to help look after them the winter months snowmobiling. I have
all.” Jorja is looking forward to a trip to two younger brothers, and we are looking
Red Deer over the summer helping her forward to our trip to Seattle,” said Tucker.
mama with the market in Niton, swimming
and doing some tubing in the river.



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