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Ashlynn Martin prepares for her role as newscaster during the November 18
rehearsal for Holy Redeemer's upcoming production of Miracle on 34th
Street, and The Grinch. There are just 10 performances from December 3 to
6 and tickets were sold out in just a few short days. The cast and crew truly
appreciate all the community support. Anyone still wanting tickets can put
their name on a waiting list by calling the school at 780-723-7437.
Photo Deanna Mitchener

Coats for Kids back this season



by Adrienne Tait including a $300 program with people
snowboard jacket and a lining up to donate just
Boaderline Skateshop number of coats with hours after it having
will once again be price tags still on them. been announced the
accepting donations of Any coats that are left Coats for Kids program
coats, toques, mitts, and over will be taken into would once again run.
scarves for those in Edmonton and given to The warm clothing
need. the homeless. Carole will be collected until
C o a t s f o r K i d s said, “Last year most of the end of November at
o r g a n i z e r a n d the coats went to Edson Boarderline Skateshop
Boaderline owner families. Anything that between the hours of
Carole Randall said she was left over was 12:30 and 6 p.m. “We
originally did not intend donated to the Thrift are accepting anything
to run the program again shop.” But, while items from baby to men's Avery Doreen Bretzer
b u t h a d s u c h a n sold at the Thrift Shop XXXL,” said Carole,
impressive response last support local groups, “but no boots.” Born to Brad & Becca Bretzer
year and has already Randall said she didn't Those who need
fielded several calls this like the idea of reselling winter clothing will be October 31, 2014
year. items that had been able to pick up their
R a n d a l l i s donated for such a coats the first week in
encouraging Edsonites specific purpose. December, however,
to donate any gently To that end she Randall said there have
used or out grown warm contacted the Pastor of a been a few cases where
weather clothing. The church in Edmonton. the need for a coat is
clothing will be given to Any coats taken to the urgent and at such times
Edson families and Edmonton will be she will contact the
those in need locally handed out individually family as appropriate
first. to needy people in the wear comes in.
The generosity of city. Carole said, For more information
Edsonites came shining “They're just thrilled,” contact Carole Randall
through last year with a with the support and aid a t B o a r d e r l i n e
number of coats being the coats could provide. Skateshop at 780-723-
donated that had never, Edsonites are showing 5187.
Proud Grandparents
or seldom, been worn their support for the



Leonard & Roxie Bretzer

are happy to announce the births of their
grandchildren Carter and Avery. Congratulations to
both sets of parents!










Carter William Stewart


Born to Brandi & Tim Stewart
September 4, 2014



Penny Hall, Carla Coubrough, and Terry Yu with Coubrough's Independent
Grocer holding just a few of the many 'Ask at the Till' donation recognitions
that helped raise $1,252.22 for Early Childhood Matters. Carla said, "We
enjoy helping out in the community when ever we can. We would like to take
this opportunity to thank those that came through our tills and supported
Early Childhood Matters.” Photo Deanna Mitchener
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