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Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada
DID YOU KNOW?: The Club has a very popular after-school 2015 Grad Class from HRH stand united outside the Edson and District Recreation Complex just before
program! Why? First the Club provides a safe bus and walk system entering for the ceremonies on May 30. Photo Deanna Mitchener
ONLY RUNS IF then there is a ton of fun and interesting programming each day! A proud day at Holy Redeemer’s graduation CONGRATULATE YOUR GRAD - CALL US BEFORE JUNE 17 - SEE PAGE 19
from each school, then provides a healthy after school snack and

KINDERCLUB: What does KinderClub do? Well they have gone
swimming, bowling, gymnastics, tour of the museum, horseback
THEY SEND IN to have this much fun! Trial June 2015: Playschool is over for the by Deanna Mitchener Personally I would rather do the graduation
riding…& much more. Come see if you want your kindergartener
ceremonies after all the tests are completed. This is
year and children that are registered for Kindergarten can attend
almost a celebration that doesn't mean anything,
It was a proud day for many parents,
Kinderclub program each Monday in June, for a trial of the program.
Children and their families can experience the Kinderclub before grandparents, and family members as they watched because technically we haven't graduated yet. We
still have our classes we have to complete to
the 2015 Fall school year. Pre-registration required, spots fill up fast
AN ARTICLE for the trial June Mondays, so reserve your child's spot today! High School graduates on May 30. The event graduate and our final exams that count towards our
the commencement ceremonies for Holy Redeemer
credits for graduation." Bittner was also the Grad
unfolded at the Edson and District Recreation
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 Complex. Valedictorian and he reminded grads that it is the
that want to be part of the Club's programming one night a week. "There is a lot of work involved, organization and small and the many that make life worthwhile.
The program will offer a safe, fun and comfortable place for youth excitement with the kids. In the end it is their day Vice Principal Bill McGowan was the master of
to get together. Some Teen Night activities: yoga, dodgeball, air- and they get to do lots of planning for it," said Alison ceremonies. Greetings and blessings were done by
hockey, floor hockey and of course food.
Minelli with HRH. Principal Desmond Kilgannon.
SUMMER CAMP PROGRAM: Warmer weather is here and our staff Student, Dorrie Rachner, said, "It is kind of scary Dignitaries present who wished the 2015
are starting to plan for Summer Camp. The Club provides a variety we are finishing everything we have been working graduating class the best for their future endeavors
of fun and interesting themed weeks, day trips and recreational for all through life, up until this point. Then turning included Mrs. Gemma Christie (Chair of LWCRD
activities throughout the summer for children 5-12 years old. Last a new page and going into what you're planning to No.42), Mrs. Jo-Anne Lanctot (Deputy
year some weeks and day trips were full so please reserve your Superintendent), Mrs. Nancy Eglinski, Mayor Greg
child's spot today! Please call the club for more information: 723- do with the rest of your life. Change is the assents of Pasychny, and County Mayor Gerald Soroka.
7240. life and you got to be willing to break away from
what you are, to change to what you can become. I During the program there were a few highlights as
THANK YOU!: am going in for a land reclamation Major at the the teachers recorded a video of 'What does a teacher
Boston Pizza, Secure energy, Northern Metallic, Iron line, Edson University of Alberta, in the Faculty of Science and say' a parody of a popular song 'What does the Fox
Rodeo, Fire Fit, Subway, Panago, Darcy's Welding Bachelor of Conservation Environmental Sciences." say' in which some excellent dance moves were
BIKE RODEO: The Club is hosting a Bike safety rodeo on June 12 Student, Benjamin Bittner, said, "It is a big day but highlighted, including those of Principal Kilgannon
who will be retiring the end of June.
in our parking lot. This bike safety course is offered for free. Non it's not over yet, we still need to write exams.
club members must have a parent or adult attend the course with
them. Call the Club for more details and to register, 723-7240.
Please check out and like the Club's Facebook page: Boys and Girls
Club of Edson and District!
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Peers preschool teacher assistant, Trina Johann, with three young graduates Taylor Ponton, Rhymes
DePee and Jasmine Dickson along with teacher Anna Skerratton during their graduation ceremony on
May 29. Photo Deanna Mitchener


Jannat Ulain is five years old and her Chodre Day is an active four year old boy
favorite colors are purple and pink and who likes the color yellow. He said, “I go to
loves to eat soft tacos. “I am lucky, I go to playschool, I like it some days. I like to play
two schools, I get to go to Daycare School with my friend Carson and have lunch with
and Playschool and I get to color, I like to him. We sometimes play on the trampoline
color,” said Jannat. She enjoys being and my mom too. I want to be like my dad
outdoors when the weather is nice and when I grow up, he drives a big truck.”
Jannat hopes to spend lots of time at the Chodre likes the sun too.
beach this summer.

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