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Fun Times

for Kids
Mad Hatter
s UMMER Tea Party for

Fun ONLY RUNS IF Westhaven teachers

for Kids
by Isabella Sellar Voll
Teachers at Ecole Westhaven School were
honoured by a Mad Hatter themed tea party
AN ARTICLE Appreciation Day.
luncheon on May 3, in honour of National Teacher
The Parent Advisory Council, wishing to recognize

Submitted photo the hard work and dedication of teachers at the
school, planned and orchestrated the event to the
surprise and delight of teachers.
The Mad Hatter theme was brought to life with Alice Physical Education teacher Ms. LeMoal enjoys lunch at the “Mad Hatter Tea Party” held for teachers on
May 3 at Ecole Westhaven School. photo Isabella Sellar Voll
EDSON BOYS & GIRLS in Wonderland worthy decorations - including a tea
pot fashioned out of a watermelon, tea pots and piled

CLUB NEWS tea cups, giant tissue paper flowers, a clock
transformed into a serving dish, fresh colourful
bouquets of flowers, playing card garland
referencing the Queen of Hearts character and an
Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada oversized top hat - a nod to the Mad Hatter himself.
ADVENTURE AWAITS Summer Camp 2016 Each year, National Teacher Appreciation Day is
recognized across Canada on the Tuesday which
A variety of activities fill the camp day to falls in the first full week of May.
keep your child interested and entertained
all summer long.
Call the club for more information ! Junior One Act Festival
Registration Opens May 1,2016
TEEN PROGRAM NIGHT Friday nights from
6:30 to 8:30pm. This program is offered to Perspective”
12-16 year olds that want to be part of the
Club's programming one night a week. The A Student View
program will offer a safe, fun and
comfortable place for youth to get together. The Parkland Drama students performed in
Barrhead this weekend for the Junior One Act
MENTORING PROGRAM Mentoring matches Play Festival! Parkland received the following
have proven to enhance the child's self- awards: Kai Mohr and Emma Bowman received
esteem, increase social skills and self- an honorable mention for acting, Callie Price and
confidence and improve school performance Kayla Huxter received an outstanding
and attendance. The Club provides youth
with the opportunity to be matched with an achievement award for Directing, and Avery Pelz
adult volunteer who will meet for one hour a received an outstanding achievement award for
week . acting in her role as a drama teacher.
The Cast of "Good Cop, Bad Cop" received an
outstanding achievement award for Excellent
Call the club to find out more information.
Ask for Sarah, Mentoring Coordinator Character Doubling! Parkland is so proud of our
drama students, balancing academics along with
BABYSITTING COURSE: rehearsals and festivals is not easy and we
An upcoming babysitting course is booked commend our performers on a job well done!
for 14-15 May . From 10 -2 , please call the Our Senior One Act Play Drama students, The Holy Redeemer First Aid team of Erin Rogers, Jordan Babych, Kalyey Miller and Jamie Willows
club to register. Cost 30$ , 780-723-7240 having won the zone competition, will perform at had an excellent showing at the St. John Ambulance First Aid Competition in Edmonton on April 30.
the Alberta High School Drama Provincial The team performed exceptionally well, especially for a first year team, and handled some very difficult

Festival May 5 to May 7in Red Deer. scenarios as well. In addition, Miller led the team excellently throughout the day. Well done.
A good place to be


Liam Boychuk is five years old. Liam Kally Baudin is five years old. Kally says
Proud Sponsor of the said "I have one sister that is six "my favorite color is orange and blue, if
and two brothers but I forget how
I could eat anything at all, it would be
Edson Boys & Girls Club old they are. My favorite color is Mr. Noodles. I like to play with blocks
blue and my favorite food to eat is and I have a cat at my moms and a
spaghetti. I like playing with my toys dog at my dads. I have two brothers
and friends. We play inside and and no sisters, just me, my big
outside together, I like being brother is 11 and my other brother is
outside better." eight.”

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