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Parkland archery program receives $7,600






by Deanna Mitchener Ryan Hall said, "The NOTE
donation today from the
fgfg On October 27 Kent Edson Wild Sheep
Kadutski, on behalf of Foundation will go
the Edson Wild Sheep towards improving the
Foundation Chapter, team and equipment as FONT MISSING
gave a donation to well as the education
Parkland Composite a n d t r a i n i n g t h e
High School in the students will be given.
amount of $7,600 Each student taking the
towards their archery archery will receive
program. their international bow
"The donation is a hunting certificate and
part of our mandate and that means they can
contributions back into hunt globally with a
the community from bow. The students are

monies we raise. The excited about that. This THE WEEKLY ANCHOR
Edson chapter wants to year we have a dozen
put money back into the students that hopefully
c o m m u n i t y a n d will be taking the
encourage kids to get course. Past years we Custom T-Shirts!
involved with outdoor had six to eight A d i D n yone Say...
sports and to respect the students. Any time we $19.95 including T-Shirt & Transfer
wilderness. Learning c a n g e t s t u d e n t s discounts available
activities such as participating in outdoor RIDE?
archery will help get sports is a good thing." All Full COLOUR!
them outdoors.” Parkland High School’s archery program receives a $7,600 donation from the Edson Wild Sheep
Assistant principal Foundation Chapter. Left to right: student Keagan Pacholok, Kent Kadutski with the Foundation, and
student Janelle Haddock. Photo by Deanna Mitchener
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No additional cost
Alberta conservation and hunting

course held at Parkland ULTIMATE BORN


by Deanna Mitchener FITNESS CLUB TO

Howie Johnston gave a weekend course on Alberta Conservation and GOLF
Education at Parkland High School recently.
The course covered enough material for a hunting license to hunt big FORCED TO DON’T TELL ANYONE
game and gaming birds. “They will learn to hunt within the rules,” said UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Johnston. ESCAPED WORK YOU SAW ME
“The course has been in existence for 51 years and this year we have a Renovated Facilities, Clean and Fresh MOM
nice even mix of gender. I am particularly pleased to see ladies taking this
course, I think this outdoor stuff –hunting– is much too good of a thing for G a r d eners
just us guys,” said Johnston. FOB Access Gym, Cardio Machines, Plate Load and Cable
“The youngest age to register for the course is 12. You can take the course Machines, Free Weights up to 140 lbs, Kettle Bells,
at age 11 if you will have your 12th birthday during the hunting season, so Monthly and Yearly Memberships, No Contracts.
you can buy a license in this calendar year," said Johnston. CEREAL
"I very much appreciate the partners in this program from Fish and
Wildlife, Ron's Outdoor, the Town of Edson Community Services, have all
been extremely supportive," said Howie. KILLER!!



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Howie Johnston was at the Parkland High School teaching a group about Edson, AB 9 am to 5 pm
Alberta Conservation and Education.
Photo by Deanna Mitchener 780-725-9050 Friday 9 am to 12 pm
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