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Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada
SPRING BREAK: What is your child doing over spring break? Why
not join the fun activities at the Club! Daily rate $35.00 ($30.00
ONLY RUNS IF provided. Call to register and secure your spot!
for each additional child) open 8:00am-6:00pm, snacks and fun

KINDERCLUB: The Boys and Girls Club offers Kinderclub
programming on all non-kindergarten days. The program is offered
THEY SEND IN program from 3:00pm to 6:00pm). The Club is starting to take Tickets are now on sale for Holy Redeemer's 12th Annual Dessert Theatre on April 17 and 18. The
8:00am to 3:00 (with the opportunity to join the after-school
registrations for the upcoming 2015-2016 school year. We will be
offering kinderclub trial days in June for pre-kindergarten kids.

AN ARTICLE TEEN PROGRAM NIGHT The Club is excited to announce that event will feature three one-act plays presented by grade 7-12 students. Tickets are $5 each and are s CHOOL
available by calling 780-723-7437. In addition, desserts will be available for $2 each (for the biggest
there is a 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
slice you've ever seen). Here, grade 12 director Darilyn Randall spends time rehearsing with actor Tyler
part of the Club's programming one night a week. The program
will offer a safe, fun and comfortable place for youth to get
together. Some Teen Night activities: yoga, dodgeball, air-hockey, Habdas during their one-man play entitled Monster.
floor hockey and of course food. If you or your business wants
more information or to become involved in this new project please Parkland student places second in Times
call the Club at 780-723-7240 or email info@bgcedson.com
PRINCESS AND SUPERHERO PARTY: This fundraiser is presented Edmonton speech competition
in partnership with Kinettes of Edson and it was a great success.
The Character volunteers were organized by KBND Cosplay, the
characters were a huge hit. Princesses got to meet, take pictures
and dance the afternoon away with Merida, Elsa, Anna, Rapunzel, Sarah Bowman, a grade 11 student at Parkland
Belle and our superheros got to duke it out with superman, Composite High School, participated in a speech
batman, Flynn Rider and Kristoff. There was glitter tattoos, fairy competition in Edmonton which was sponsored by
godmother tent with your very own fortune, craft table, balloons
by Captain Red, DJ dance and photo booth. the 'Odd Fellows and Rebekahs' of Edmonton.
Thank you to ConocoPhillips, Bittner trucking, Simply Beautiful There were seven speakers that Sarah competed
Rentals, Wildens Services LTD, Tim Hortons, Trail Printing, against, winning second place. First and second
Photographer Mike Dykstra, DJ Chrissie Handford, Celebrations, place winners won a trip to New York where they
Bevan Family, The Eagle, Yellowhead Florist, Rons Outdoors and
Jensens Clothing. will compete in another speech competition at the
A big thanks to the many volunteers that help to make this UN.
magical afternoon happen! Bowman's speech had to be about an issue that the

OUR WEBSITE: www.bgcedson.com UN is dealing with at this time. Sarah chose to do
her speech about Child Labor and the UN policies
FACEBOOK PAGE: Please check out and like the Club's Facebook involved with this issue.
page: Boys and Girls Club of Edson and District! Her Social Studies teacher, Mr. Mitchell
nominated Sarah to do this and she had to write an
A good place to be essay and receive letters of recommendation from
three different people in order to be allowed to
723-7240 participate in this competition.
Sarah's aunt won this same competition when she
www.bgcedson.com was in grade 11 and helped Sarah with her speech.
Parkland is very proud of Sarah and wishes her the
very best in New York. Parkland student Sarah Bowman takes second in
Edmonton speech competition held recently.
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KIDS MAKE A DIFFERENCE!



Tayla Plunkie, 4, attends preschool in Taylor Panton, 4, attends preschool in Peers.
Peers. Tayla likes goig to preschool so she Taylor said, “My favorite color is yellow and I
can play with all the toys and have friends. like to heat up macaroni and have cheese on
She likes the color pink. “I have three it. We have three dogs and one cat that stays
kitties and two dogs. The dogs stay outside. I have one younger sister, Paige is
outside only two kitties are outside and one two and I’m four. I like to play a gorilla game
gets to stay inside. If I could have anything with my dad. For real, it came in a box, we

for supper it would be spaghetti.” play in on T.V.



Kids Make A Difference is sponsored by: Contributions to
“Kids Make A Difference” focusing on youth in our
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