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Marina Baudin
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Donna Strongman stands beside a lovely silent auction item during the
annual Long Term Care Christmas Bazaar. Patty Mohns with the Adult Day
Program said, "As an activity we made Christmas decorations for a tree that
was donated. All the decorations seen on the tree were handmade by the
individuals that attend the Adult Day Program and staff. We have a silent “Our Children’s Potential in is Our Hands”
auction happening and at the end of the day the highest bidder will get to
purchase the beautiful tree and take it home. The tree has popcorn and Healthy Bodies Start at an Early Age
cranberry garland, candy, snow-flakes, and bottle cap snowmen."
All money raised from the silent auction will go to the Adult Day Program Regular Medical Check Ups - From your child’s birth to young
and the money brought in from the raffles will go to the Long Term Care adulthood, you’ll be visiting the doctor regularly to make sure they are
facility. The money will be used for transportation costs and recreational healthy and developing well. When kids anticipate “going to the
costs for the residents. Photo Deanna Mitchener doctor,” many become worried and
apprehensive about the visit. Some fears and
Overwhelming win by Eglinski guilty feelings surface easily, so that kids can
talk about them. Others are harbored secretly

for Yellowhead MP seat and remain unspoken. You can help your child
express these fears and overcome them, through
by Adrienne Tait riding is to encourage
jobs, growth, and long Early Childhood Matters Community Coalition,
Jim Egliniski is the term prosperity. visit our Facebook page “Early Childhood
n e w M e m b e r o f Over the next few Matters”.
Parliament representing weeks Eglinski said he
the Yellowhead riding expects a steep learning
after having won the curve but intends to
federal by by-election on reopen the offices and NEW
Monday with 62.6% of attend as many events,
the vote. functions, and visit as
Former Conservative Jim Eglinski many places as he can. JUST ARRIVED!!!
MP Rob Merrifield won “I want people to get to
the 2011 federal election while independent Dean know me and I want to
with 77.03% of the vote. Williams won over 4.9% get to know them,” said
Gaining some ground, of voters. Eglinski. “I would like Immediate Possession!!
although not enough to Winner Jim Egliniski to thank everyone who
win, was the Liberal said he is happy with the came out to vote
party candidate Ryan numbers. “I was regardless of who they
Maghun receiving 20% shooting for 65% and we voted for. The important New show home
of the vote. During the came really close. I thing is you came out to
2011 election Liberal knew the numbers would vote.” and for only $6,500
c a n d i d a t e Z a c k drop a bit.” While by-elections
Siezmagraff received a Eglinski is now hoping historically have had a down payment you
mere 2.87% of the vote. to get out to Ottawa and smaller voter turnout can move into one of
The NDP party support sit in on some of the than general elections,
dropped from 13.06% to sessions before the this by-election only saw these 16x76 homes!!!
9.5%. House of Commons 12,601 of 78,481(or
There was no Green takes its break for 16.06%) of voters head
Party candidate in the by Christmas. “I am to the polls.
election but first time excited to get to work for Canada's next federal
candidate Cory Lystang the constituents of the election is scheduled to 3 bedrooms,
r e p r e s e n t e d t h e riding,” said Eglinski. be held on October 19,
Libertarian party and The newest MP said his 2015. 2 bathrooms,
earned 3% of the vote; goal and focus for the

Dec 4 fridge, stove,
The Edson Baptist Church welcomes all to come watch the Santa Claus Parade as
it passes right in front of the church. Keep warm by enjoying free hot chocolate, dishwasher and
coffee & cookies from 6-8pm. Parking is available in the church parking lot, 4717
– 9 Ave. microwave.
*Some conditions apply
Dec 6
Live Dessert Auction at the Edson United Church at 7pm. 10% of the proceeds will
be going to the Edson Boy's and Girls Club. Silent and Live auction, coffee and
refreshments served, everyone welcome. Donations of baking can be dropped off
Friday Dec 5 and Saturday Dec.6. For more info call 780-723-3418. Call Lexie at 780-723-3110
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