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YKCS hosts Fun

Bible Fair for Kids

by Deanna Mitchener
ONLY RUNS IF hosted a first time Bible Fair on February 25
Yellowhead Koinonia Christian School

with a good turnout.
Joshua Claassen, teacher at YKCS, said,
THEY SEND IN “Students chose research topics from the old
testament of the Bible. Studying all the way
from Genesis through to the end, so it ends
AN ARTICLE before Jesus was born.”
“The topics had to be done from before
Jesus, around any topics they were interested
in. Some students focused more on the Kings Corly Frymire with three month old Elijah checking out the Bible displays from YKCS Bible Fair held
February 26. They are standing in front of their grade two son Isaiah's display. Photo Deanna Mitchener
EDSON BOYS & GIRLS of Israel, others on more theological questions.
All the students did very well with providing
CLUB NEWS their research, with articles and pictures,” said ZAP electrical safety program
Students had their displays set up in the
Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada gymnasium for parents and community
PRINCESS AND SUPERHERO PARTY: members to have a look at during lunchtime. tours Edson schools
This fundraiser is presented in partnership with Kinettes of Edson.
Grab your cape or best gown, this party will be the best in town!
Meet and dance with your favorite character, crafts, food, 50/50,
door prizes, raffle baskets and much more! Tickets are $40.00
th by Deanna Mitchener
each and are on sale at the Boys and Girls Club of Edson- 5414 6
ave Mon-Fri
1-6pm, 780-723-7240. Only 250 tickets available. This is a costume Jeanette Smith, safety
and semi-formal event for children and adults! education coordinator
for the Multicultural
TEEN PROGRAM NIGHT Heritage Centre in Stony
The Club is excited to announce that there is a Teen Drop-in Plain, was in Edson on
program on Thursday nights from 6:30 to 8:30pm. This program is
offered to 13-16 year olds that want to be part of the Club's March 4 with her
programming one night a week. The program will offer a safe, fun husband Keith.
and comfortable place for youth to get together. Some Teen Night The couple has been
activities: yoga, dodgeball, air-hockey, floor hockey and of course running a program called
food. If you or your business wants more information or to Zap for the past 10 years
become involved in this new project please call the Club at 780- A huge Thank You to the
723-7240 or email o n c o n t r a c t f o r
FortisAlberta. They
SPRING BREAK: Knights of Columbus travel around Alberta
What is your child doing over spring break? Why not join the fun whereever FortisAlberta
activities at the Club! Daily rate $35.00 ($30.00 for each for the delicious pancakes they provided is the electrical provider.
additional child) open 8:00am-6:00pm, snacks and fun provided.
Call to register and secure your spot! our school on Shrove Tuesday. As T h e y h a v e b e e n
always, they were absolutely delicious! coming to Edson every
KINDERCLUB: year and visit Vanier
The Boys and Girls Club offers Kinderclub programming on all non- God Bless the Knights Community Catholic
kindergarten days. The program is offered 8:00am to 3:00 (with
the opportunity to join the after-school program from 3:00pm to School, Yellowhead
6:00pm). The Club is starting to take registrations for the Koinonia Christian Jeanette Smith presents the ZAP safety program, sponsored by FortisAlberta,
upcoming 2015-2016 school year. We will be offering kinderclub Students & Staff School, and A.H. Dakin to students at A.H. Dakin School on March 4. Photo Deanna Mitchener
trial days in June for pre-kindergarten kids. Please call the Club for School.
more information at HRH School “We have a 90 minute dangerous situations in on electrical safety. We and eraser. This program
780-723-7240. the home and on the
program that covers finish with a game that is no charge to the
OUR WEBSITE: vocabulary in their f a r m , a n d o t h e r reinforces the lessons we schools as it is fully
e l e c t r i c i t y a n d situations that we relate have taught. We also s p o n s o r e d b y
FACEBOOK PAGE: magnetism unit, a hazard to real life occurrences,” leave each student with FortisAlberta,” said
Please check out and like the Club's Facebook page: Boys and Girls board that looks at said Jeanette. an activity booklet and a Jeanette.
Club of Edson and District! “We focus the program pencil case with a pencil

A good place to be

Jasmine Dickson, age four, attends Raylynn Findlay, three, attends preschool in

Proud Sponsor of the preschool out in Peers. Jasmine said, “I Peers. Raylynn likes the color pink and has a
toy dog that doesn’t work. She said, “My dog
have some cats and goats, some horses
Edson Boys & Girls Club and dogs. I like purple and pink, and I like stays inside with me but in my toy box. I like

to eat rice crispy squares and play with my cheese strings and apples. I like playing with
pets.” playdough at school.”

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