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s UMMER s CHOOL An awarding day at A. H. Dakin

Fun Times

for Kids



Fun ONLY RUNS IF ADVENTURE AWAITS Summer Camp 2016 “Parkland
Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada
for Kids
A variety of activities fill the camp day to keep your child
A Student View
interested and entertained all summer long.
Call the club for more information !
Registration Opens May 1,2016

offered to 12-16 year olds that want to be part of the
Submitted photo Friday nights from 6:30 to 8:30pm. This program is
Club's programming one night a week. The program will Members of the Edson Legion, Gerald Forbes and Les Sperling award Ava Kiland with the first place
offer a safe, fun and comfortable place for youth to get prize from both categories of the poster contest at A. H. Dakin's award assembly May 11.
together. photo Stephanie Babych

MENTORING PROGRAM by Stephanie Babych Canadian Legion were at the assembly to award
Mentoring matches have proven to enhance the child's Kiland $85, the total prize for winning both
self-esteem, increase social skills and self-confidence and At an award ceremony on May 11, A. H. Dakin categories.
improve school performance and attendance. The Club student Ava Kiland was congratulated for her “I didn't know I had a little artist. It's just a great
provides youth with the opportunity to be matched with contest-winning Remembrance Day poster, and acknowledgement for her,” Joyce Kiland said about
an adult volunteer who will meet for one hour a week . Allyson Bryant won the top award for helping with her daughter, who is currently in third grade.
school fundraisers. During the year, the A. H. Dakin students who
Call the club to find out more information. Ask for Sarah, Kiland's poster won in two categories. The first have helped with the school fundraisers get their
Mentoring Coordinator category was for the area, ranging from Grande name entered into a draw. This year's top prize was a
Cache to Drayton Valley. The second was the bicycle that was donated to the school by Canadian
****Annual General Meeting ***** District category, an area ranging from Grande Tire and was awarded to Bryant. After winning the
Cache to St. Albert. Two members from the Royal bicycle, Bryant could not keep a smile off her face.
Please join us in celebrating another year of providing a
safe place and positive relationship for kids and teens . If
you would like to take an active part please come join the
board of directors . June 16, 2016 7:00 pm at the club

A good place to be


Proud Sponsor of the

Edson Boys & Girls Club

On May 4, Raegan Drader (13) at Pine Grove Middle School got to be the Principal for the day, along with her
Assistant Principal Noah Biehler (11). The two were selected from a written assignment. They had a busy
morning checking out the light systems, and then did a safety check in the playground. They had some box
hauling to get done and then wait to see what other duties came up or if any students got called to the office. A
bonus out of working so hard was they both got treated to pizza and could have two friends each join them for
lunch. photo Deanna Mitchener


Sokhna Dieng is six years old. She Khady Dieng is five years old. She says
says "I love rainbow colors and I like "my favorite color is pink, spaghetti is
to eat everything. Food is all good my favorite food in the whole world to
but if I had to pick one it would be eat. I want to be a doctor when I grow
sandwiches. I want to be a doctor up too, I like to play with Barbie's and
when I grow up so I can help people. Dora. I like coming to Kinder Club to
I like to play with Barbie's and girl play with my friends."

Kids Make A Difference is sponsored by: Contributions to
“Kids Make A Difference” focusing on youth in our
Sand & Gravel Sales/Hauling community are welcome. Send picture accompanied by

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