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Times Tables now on Sale







Submitted Construction Teacher's credits and skills towards graduation.
Mike Biehler and Sean Edmondson These finely handcrafted tables will last for years
and are a must have for a busy summer barbecue
Just when it looks like winter will go on forever, a season. Over the years the proud students of
sure and true sign of spring has arrived; the senior Parkland have built thousands of picnic tables for
construction students at Parkland Composite High families and businesses in Edson and surrounding
School emerge from hibernation and are now area.
building picnic tables for sale to the community. May we build one for you?
These solid-value tables are worth their weight in Tables cost $177 dollars (no g.s.t) and are a
gold as they are made of top grade lodgepole pine terrific investment in our community, our kid's
2”x6”'s. All of the joints are bolted and glued to education, and youth. Contact Parkland Composite
ensure solid construction, and are large (6' x 34”) High School at 780-723-6035. We would be happy
enough to host all manner of outdoor dining to make one just for you. Tables will be ready by
comfortably. These ergonomically designed tables the end of May.
go a long way to helping students earn valuable
A celebration of music at Vanier



by Mikaela Kuefler Music Education] have the same anthem for two
years," said Wilock.
Vanier Community Catholic School participated Other songs performed were the 'White Flag' led
EDSON BOYS & GIRLS in Music Monday on May 2 to perform about nine by grade 4 girls, 'Pass it along' performed by grades
3 and four, 'Galway Girl' was a sing along, was led
songs in celebration of music.
CLUB NEWS "On Music Monday Vanier joined communities by Addison and Delaney, and had grade 6S playing
Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada across Canada to celebrate and say "yes" to music ukuleles. 'Rattlin Bog was a sing along and was
accompanied by grade 6K on ukuleles, 'There's a
A GOOD PLACE TO BE Parkland School handcrafted picnic tables are education in schools. It was a great way to bring Little Wheel was performed by grade 2 and was
our school together and make us feel part of this
National Youth Week now on sale. national initiative," said music teacher Robyne accompanied by grade 5C on handbells, and 'Side
Come celebrate National Youth Week during the Wilock. by Side' was performed by grade 2. Finally, 'Your
week of May 1-7! Join us at the club on May 3 Grades 2 to 6 participated Song' was a sing along with solos by Cassie and
Congratulate Your
for a video game night from 7pm-10pm! Congratulate Your by singing songs and Paron.
According to the Coalition, the initiative was
Participate in the 3 on 3 basketball tournament playing musical launched in 2005 by The Coalition for Music
on Sunday, May 7 from 10:30am-2:30pm! Call instruments. Some songs Education and celebrated on the first Monday of
Holy Redeemer
Ciarra at 780 723 7240 to register your team! Holy Redeemer selected were 'Lord of the May. Students, community groups, musicians, and
Dance' as a sing-along and
Celebrate the week by participating in the other was accompanied by grade artists across the country join their voices to sing
fun events put on by the Town of Edson, 5H on handbells. 'Sing it the Music Monday anthem 'Sing it Together'.
Grad!
"Music Monday is the world's largest single event
Yellowhead County, and Youth Interagency! Grad! Together' was sung with a dedicated to raising awareness for music education.
Mentoring Program recorded track lead by Each year, hundreds of thousands of students,
students Lexus, Robert,
The Boys and Girls Club is offering a mentoring and Hayden. educators, and music makers participate in a
program for youth ages 12-16. Youth will be simultaneous nationwide concert performance of an
paired with an adult mentor who can offer "This [Sing it Together] is original song written by a Canadian artist," said the
support, advice, friendship, and guidance. the Music Monday Anthem
for this year and next year. Coalition.
If you or someone you know would like to be They [the Coalition for
paired with a mentor, please contact the club by
phone at (780) 723 7240 or by email at
Parents, Grandparents,
info@bgcedson.com. Parents, Grandparents,
723-7240 www.bgcedson.com Friends and Families
Friends and Families
Proud Sponsor of the place your ad for your special
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email anchorwk@telusplanet.net Vanier Community Catholic School grades 3 and 4 perform during Music

Monday on May 2. photo Mikaela Kuefler
KIDS MAKE A DIFFERENCE!


Kaytlynn Comeau is in grade four at Ecole Westhaven Hailee Johnston goes to Ecole Westhaven School and is in kmad
School. Kaytlynn says, "My favorite class is art. I really grade four. Hailee says, "Art is my favorite subject. My
enjoy getting lost in being creative. My favorite food to hobby is also doing art. Blue is my favorite color, and if I
eat is shrimp. If I could travel any where in the world, I could travel any where I would pick Hawaii. I have two
would pick New York because I would really enjoy being older brothers and one younger brother."
in the city and stuff. I have eight fish, three cats and need new copy
two dogs."


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