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THE WEEKLY ANCHOR


THE WEEKLY ANCHOR
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Stay safe at no cost with Bear Lake's new Lifejacket Loaner Station


Yellowhead County joins the The kiosk also works to educate
LifeSaving Society in bringing the public about drowning and
loaner lifejackets to swimmers and water-related injury prevention
boaters at Bear Lake. through Water Smart® materials
Yellowhead County, in partnership provided by the Lifesaving Society.
with the Lifesaving Society of The Lifesaving Society works with
Alberta and Northwest Territories, communities and organizations to
has a new lifejacket loaner station help prevent drowning and water-
available at Bear Lake. Visitors can related injury. This new Bear Lake
borrow lifejackets for no charge, lifejacket loaner station joins
available in various sizes, and return twenty-two others in Alberta and the
them after to the kiosk. Northwest Territories.


Wildwood Seniors Citizens Club

plan turkey and ham supper



submitted Michael Johnston (780) 325-2468. The chair
exercises taught by a Registered
On Wednesday, June 28, Anna Instructor will start in the fall
and ladies are preparing a Hot again. If you want further
Turkey and Ham Supper at 5:00 information, please contact Opal at
pm. Please come and enjoy the (780) 325-2030.
evening with local seniors and Community Kitchen, funded by
friends. We can accommodate 65 Lobstick Literacy and Learning, is
people. If you want to ensure your on the 3rd Tuesday of each month
place, please contact Opal at 780- running from September through
325-2030 or Esther at 780-325- June. Please call Donna Marie at
2468. Answering machines will 780-325-2333. The Grandparent
pick up if we are not available to Program runs Wednesdays from
answer. You may leave a message October through May. The
or call back. Program partners with Grade 4's
As one of our 2017 fundraisers, from the local school with FCSS
we have five suppers on the fourth funding from Yellowhead County.
Wednesday at 5:00 pm in February, The contact is Connie at 780-325-
April, June, September and 2420. The third Friday each
November. The meals are open to month, except August and
everyone with a reduced fee for December, Anna has drop-in
children under 10 years of age. quilting / crafting from 9:00 am to Yellowhead County now has loaner lifejacket station at Bear Lake.
February is usually a pancake 4:00 pm. Bring your quilt or craft
supper; April may be spaghetti, and resources to work on it.
ham, chicken, or pork. June 28 is You can contact Anna at 780-325- THIS WEEK’S FEATURE
hot turkey and ham. Watch for the 2425. The third Saturday each
green posters with information on month, except August and
the September and November December, Jean has a "Drop-In" Mint Homes Ltd.
menus. Please mark your calendars from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm allowing
and come in to enjoy the evening. quilters, crafters and painters two
Other annual fundraisers include a days together to work on their
Silent Auction, Tea, Bake Sale and projects. Jean can be reached at
Lunch and a Garage Sale / 780-325-2391. Please call the
Christmas Sale. contact person for more
We have been in Wildwood since information regarding the listed
1967. In 1993, we moved into the functions.
Wildwood Seniors' Hall on the east Our Hall is available for rent for
side of the Wildwood Community private functions, special
Hall. Our regular meetings are the occasions, craft days, parties,
fourth Wednesday at 2:00 pm each birthdays, anniversaries, etc. Opal
month except for July, August and will provide more information and
December. The Annual General handle bookings at 780-325-2030.
Meeting (AGM) is the fourth The hall is a No Smoking, No
Wednesday in January starting at Alcohol area. We strive to be
2:00 pm. There is a minimal fee to fragrance/scent-free too.
join the group. We have members We have various committees
starting at 50 with several in their within the club. They include
80s and 90s. The 2017 Seniors' Drop-In Mondays, Games and
President is Jean Riehl; the Vice Floor Curling, Grandparents This split level has access thru the rear of the garage to
President is Anna Hutchison; the Program, Cards, Janitorial,
Treasurer is Charlotte Winters; and Community Connector Bus Trips, the 3rd level of the home which is 30 inches below the
the Secretary is Esther Johnston. Socials, Silent Auction, dining level.The country Kitchen has a corner walk-in
The Directors for 2017 are Laurie Fundraising, Membership, Learn- pantry and a island breakfast bar.The Master suite
Abbott, Joan Brown, Richard A-Craft, Drop-In Quilting / features a 3 piece en suite and a
Buckland, Connie Gatzke, Tony Crafting / Painting, Maintenance, For these plans
Giezen, Michael Johnston, and and Booking Coordinator. walk-in closet.Both kids bedrooms
Betty Riendeau. If you are interested in joining boost window seats
Our current activities include and socializing, please contact our
Monday from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm members. Volunteers are needed Member of National Home Warranty Program
to drop in and socialize, to bring a everywhere. If you have some
project, to bring friends if wanting time to donate, a skill to share or Phone: 780-723-2330
to play cards or games. There is a having fun with others sharing the
minimum drop-in fee. Coffee is same interests and socializing, Fax: 780-723-5068
on! The summer contact from July please consider our club. Enjoy
to the end of September is Esther at 2017 with "family and friends!" Email: minthome@telusplanet.net
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