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Congratulate Your
Congratulate Your

Holy Redeemer
Holy Redeemer


The 2017 Holy Redeemer Graduating class throw their caps into the air in celebration after the Grad Ceremony on May 27. The 65 students
taking part is the largest Grad class in HRH history.

Holy Redeemer Graduation: BUGGIN OUT

Parents, Grandparents, A Day to Remember SUMMER CAMPS
Parents, Grandparents,
up,” says Assistant Principal Diane
With the sun high in the sky and a
Friends and Families slight breeze to keep the temperature Williams. “It's like in one night they An Edson Friendship Centre Early Childhood Program
Friends and Families
5501 3rd Avenue, Edson, Alberta
manageable, one could not have asked all grow up and they are now adults.
place your ad for your special for a better day for the Holy And then, they are gone and We are excied to be offering 9 summer camps this year, for children
place your ad for your special
Redeemer Graduation. And so, on
The Masters of Ceremonies for the
grad. May 27, the largest graduating class Banquet were teachers Peter Taylor ages 3-5! They will be 4 days a week, Monday to Thursday mornings,
ever at HRH crossed the stage to
8:45 am - 11 am or afternoons 12:45 pm - 3 pm.
Deadline to submit ads is May 16.
Deadline to submit ads is May 16. receive their high diplomas. and Paul Tobin who kept the evening The cost for each camp is $50 a week, this is a non-refundable fee.
light and engaging by telling
“With 65 grads, this only shows
Please contact Sue at
Please contact Sue at how much our school has grown,” numerous funny stories about the Week 1 - May 29-June 1: It’s a Bug’s Life
graduates. That said, the evening was
says Principal Bill McGowan. “Both
780-723-5787 or
780-723-5787 or the Ceremony and the Banquet went filled with humour as the Grads took Week 2 - June 5-8: Growing Garden’s
to the stage during a number of toasts.
off without a hitch, and all the Grads
Graduates Sydney Fogarty and
email looked their very best on a day I'm Ethan Handford made sure to include Week 3 - June 12-15: Teddy Bear’s Adventures
sure they won't soon forget.”
Week 4 - June 19-22: Barnyard Palooza
a special anecdote about each teacher
Over 700 people attended the day-
for special grad ad rates. long event at the Edson & District during their Toast to the Teacher. Week 5 - June 26-29: Canada Summer Games 150 years!
for special grad ad rates.
They even did the toast using cans of
Week 6 - July 4-7: “A Camping We Will Go” (Tues-Fri)
Recreation Complex. In the early
afternoon, the students took part in coke, something that Mr. Taylor can Week 7 - July 10-13: Outside the Box/Imaginarium
the traditional cap and gown be seen drinking on a daily basis.
ceremony. Willow Ayres and Maddy Kinzie Week 8 - July 17-20: Colour Your World
The major highlight of the were in charge of toasting the boy Week 9 - July 24-27: Splish Splash Water Fun
Ceremony is the Light of Learning. It Grads, and made sure to make some
is here where students symbolically very special remarks about all their
pass knowledge from themselves to male counterparts. However, Grayson *Please note we will be going outside at least twice per camp, maybe
someone very special by lighting a Campbell and Adam Fedorak were more! Choose as many or as few camps as you want. We will require
candle. “It's moving to watch,” says not going to be outdone during their payment and forms in order to secure your child’s spot. Spaces are
McGowan. “Typically the person is a Toast to the Girls, even remarking
younger sibling, however sometimes that “Saturday is for the Boys.” limited so it will be on a first come first serve basis.
it can be a close friend or niece or The class was then inspired by the
nephew. But whoever it is, you can Class Valedictorian's speech that was Suncreen and Bug Spray
see the positive relationship between made by April Stanley. “Sorry I'm not We will supply sunscreen and bug
them.” going to be funny, I'm too much of a spray if you require it. We will
After the Ceremony, the Grads nerd,” she quipped. Stanley then need you to sign a form agreeing WHAT TO BRING
Small snack
gather together outside for the cap spoke about the many memories the to allow us to apply it to your Inside shoes, Hats
toss, a fan favourite and a great photo Grads made together and also the child. Please see staff about the Appropriate outside clothing
opportunity for parents. many things they have to look bands we will be using. Or if you
From there, the Grads went home to forward to. And despite her saying prefer, you can supply us with a
change and prepare for the Banquet in she wasn't going to be funny, Stanley brand of your choice.
the evening. Here, the Grads wear did have a few good one liners.
their traditional tuxedos and gowns And with all good things, they now For more information talk to any staff
and look absolutely stunning. must come to an end. It was a
“One of my favourite things about beautiful day that will make for some or call 780-723-6444 Line 2 Ext. 4
Grad is seeing our students all dressed very special memories for everyone.
Madeline Kazakoff is nine years old, she is in grade four Lillie Gagne is nine years old and is in grade four at
at Westhaven School. Madeline says "my favorite class is Westhaven School. Lillie says "my favorite subject is health.
gym, I hope to be a basketball player when I grow up. I Taco's are one of my favorite foods to eat. I want to be a
really enjoy playing sports. Spaghetti is one of my favorite Marine Biologist when I'm done school. I enjoy drawing,
meals, if I could travel anywhere in the world I would and I have one younger brother."
pick London England. I have one younger sister and two
dogs and my favorite color is blue."

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