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Fun Times
for Kids

The final day for kindergarten
students at Vanier Community
Catholic School was Friday, June 19.
The school held an awards
ceremony and farewell on Thursday.
Photo Adrienne Tait


AN ARTICLE Four Parkland students head to

EDSON BOYS & GIRLS Missouri for Envirothon competitions

CLUB NEWS by Deanna Mitchener great because you meet a lot of like-minded people environment on a daily basis. It is nice to meet more

your own age. It is really refreshing because you people your own age that are interested in the same
Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada Four students from Parkland Composite High don't find many people that are passionate about the things you are.”
DID YOU KNOW?: The Club has a very popular after-school School's will be traveling to Missouri in July for 10
program! Why? First the Club provides a safe bus and walk system
from each school, then provides a healthy after school snack and days to represent Alberta in the North American
then there is a ton of fun and interesting programming each day! Envirothon competitions.
The four students who will be travelling are Dylan
KINDERCLUB: What does KinderClub do? Well they have gone
swimming, bowling, gymnastics, tour of the museum, horseback Hemsworth (grade 12), Emma Grant (grade 10),
riding…& much more. Come see if you want your kindergartener Kayla Huxter (grade 10), and Ryan Halterman
to have this much fun! Trial June 2015: Playschool is over for the (grade 12) along with their teacher Kandel Vick and
year and children that are registered for Kindergarten can attend
Kinderclub program each Monday in June, for a trial of the program. her husband as chaperones.
Children and their families can experience the Kinderclub before “Students will be tested on their knowledge of
the 2015 Fall school year. Pre-registration required, spots fill up fast forestry, aquatics, energy, soils, agriculture and
for the trial June Mondays, so reserve your child's spot today!
urban forestry. This is my fifth year running
TEEN PROGRAM NIGHT: Teen Drop-in program on Thursday nights Envirothon at Parkland and our fourth time going to
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. the North Americans,” said Vick.
The program will offer a safe, fun and comfortable place for youth Kayla Huxter, said, "I am really excited about
to get together. Some Teen Night activities: yoga, dodgeball, air- going, I think it will be a good opportunity for us to
hockey, floor hockey and of course food.
get out there and learn more plus meet a lot of new
SUMMER CAMP PROGRAM: Warmer weather is here and our staff people. This is my first big school trip, so that is
are starting to plan for Summer Camp. The Club provides a variety exciting too.
of fun and interesting themed weeks, day trips and recreational
activities throughout the summer for children 5-12 years old. Last Emma Grant said, "I think this trip is going to be
year some weeks and day trips were full so please reserve your really fun. This is my first time going. We want to do
child's spot today! Please call the club for more information: 723- really good at the competition, but there is more than
just competing. We will be seeing new things and
THANK YOU!: learning more about the environment while we are
Boston Pizza, Secure energy, Northern Metallic, Iron line, Edson
Rodeo, Fire Fit, Subway, Panago, Darcy's Welding there."
Dylan Hemsworth said, "This is my second time
BIKE RODEO: The Club is hosting a Bike safety rodeo on June 12 going to Envirothon. We went to the provincial
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 tournament in Hinton last year and placed third. It
them. Call the Club for more details and to register, 723-7240. will be a long trip. We leave at 7 a.m. and get to
Missouri around 2 p.m."
Ryan Halterman said, "I have been doing the
FACEBOOK PAGE: Envirothon for my third year now and this is my Dylan Hemsworth, Emma Grant, Kayla Huxter, Ryan Halterman, teacher Kandel Vick, and Kent
Please check out and like the Club's Facebook page: Boys and Girls second time going to the Internationals. It has been a
Club of Edson and District! Kadutski (sponsor) with the Edson Chapter Wild Sheep Foundation gather at the Parkland Composite
lot of fun and very interesting. The competitions are High School to share thoughts and experiences on Envirothon. Photo Deanna Mitchener
A good place to be

723-7240 KIDS MAKE A DIFFERENCE! Lexa Neighbours is four years old. Lexa

said, “My favorite color is green, I love to Avery Pelz is an amazing 14 year old. avery
is a little nervous about heading to Parkland
Proud Sponsor of the eat oranges and play on my play set. My in the fall, so she attended the information
grandpa is al (Alan Schram), he works at
session that was help. Avery said, “I am
Edson Boys & Girls Club the fire hall, he is the fire chief. I really excited about all the different options we
have lots and lots of friends, and soo I’m
can do. I really like sports, pretty much all
going to go to kindergarten.” sports, drawing, painting and drama class.
I just plan on relaxing over the summer and
taking a big break.”

Kids Make A Difference is sponsored by: Contributions to
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