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Second annual Clean Shave Blind View



for Cancer gets underway Window Fashions


Custom Window Treatments
by Deanna Mitchener will stay in the The Other Side Hair community. We feel it's a since 1988
community to help Studio by December 20 big part of who we are.
The second annual individuals with cancer and pick up your pledge We all have felt the hurt
Clean Shave for Cancer cover the extra expenses forms. cancer has caused in our 780.723.5734 Julie Van Ember
is under way and you can that we don't always On January 12 staff families and community 780.542.0898 blindvw@gmail.com
pick up pledge forms think about. Some from The Other Side Hair and want to give back
from The Other Side Hair medications are not Studio will be spending what we can."
Studio, located at 511 50 covered by healthcare, the day dying hair pink. You can call 780-712- Weekly Anchor Copy Depot
street. gas to get to and from Then comes the clean 5 5 2 1 f o r m o r e
When asked what first appointments, food, and shave on January 17 for information on how you PASSPORT PHOTOS
inspired owner Robin childcare if needed while those willing to shave can help support our local
Munro to host the Clean taking treatments." their hair. cancer group here in & MORE
Shave for Cancer event, Last year the Other Munro said, "We all Edson. Digital passport system photos will be ready in 5
she said, "I have seen and Side Hair Studio raised love to give back to the minutes while you wait!

RCMP UPDATE:

Passport
Suspicious persons or vehicles top list of RCMP calls i
Citizenship
i
Rifle Arms
by Adrienne Tait i
Licence
The Edson RCMP had 118 calls for service during the week of November 10-16. i
Permanent
Suspicious persons or vehicles and traffic collisions both topped the list at 19 a piece.
RCMP responded to nine alarms or false alarms, nine mischief or damage calls and nine theft complaints. DROP IN AND SEE!
There were eight investigations into assault cases and another eight traffic complaints.
The week also held five false or abandoned 911 calls, four assistance calls, four harassment or criminal 5040 3rd Avenue, Edson
harassment cases, three failure to stop or remain at a collision, two animal calls, two cases of fraud, two causing 780-723-5787
a disturbance calls, two lost or found property cases, two Mental Health Act investigations and two requests to
locate a missing person.
Single incident investigations were conducted involving a child welfare case, drug charges, family relations,
Firearms at violation, impaired operation of a motor vehicle, Liquor Act violation, noise complaint, information
file, and possession of a weapon.
Get active this winter with Edson Savings & Credit Union Ltd. is committed to
assisting our members and community to achieve
financial well being.
Youth Interagency Programming Edson Savings and Credit Union Ltd. is currently seeking
nominations for positions on the board of directors.
Currently we have two positions available for
by Adrienne Tait skier/snowboarders must take a one hour lesson which nominations this year. Each of these positions will be for
is included in the price.” a three year term.
Edson youth looking to get out and get active during The cost for a lift ticket and transportation $60 and
the cold winter months may want to check out the includes a one hour lesson if needed. Rentals are $26 If you are interested in serving on the Board of Directors,
December Youth Interagency activities. for a snowboard or skis. please drop in to Edson Credit Union to pick up your
copy of the director's handbook and nomination forms at
The last Fun Friday YIA sponsored Public Swim is The registration deadline is December 16. Interested the reception desk.
set to take place on December 19. The popular youth are encouraged to register early as seating is
program offers free swimming at Talisman Place limited. There will be no call for nominations from the floor at the
between 2:30 and 6 p.m. Girls in grade four through seven are invited to take Annual General Meeting in an effort to provide all
Youth ages 12 through17 can beat winter break part in a “Girls night out” hosted by Youth Interagency candidates with an equal opportunity to review the
boredom and join YIA for a ski/snowboard trip to on December 12 beginning at 2:30 p.m. at the director's roles, responsibilities, liabilities and
Marmot Basin on Tuesday, December 30. The bus will Galloway Station and Museum. The cost is $20. qualifications/eligibility prior to accepting a nomination.
depart from Talisman Place at 7 a.m. and return at 6:30 Shack said, “But it is full with a waitlist. We will be
p.m. doing crafts, decorating cookies, getting our hair/nails The Nomination Committee will meet with prospective
Town of Edson recreation coordinator Krysta said, done, playing minute to win it games, having dinner directors to answer any questions or provide any
“Participants will have to pay for their own rentals. If (donated by Mountain Steak & Pizza) and either going information that is required. Please convey your interest
you just need transportation and no lift ticket it is to the movie or bowling!” to the reception desk of Edson Credit Union and an
$25.00. All participants must wear a helmet. They can For more information on any of these programs, or to appointment can be arranged.
bring one or rent one at the hill. All first time register, contact Krysta Shack at 780-723-4403. Applications will be accepted until December 12, 2014

Canadian Tire hosts pet adoption day


by Deanna Mitchener welcome to come into the will be walking dogs year is Under the Spitz is about a year
store with their owner to instead of having a float Christmas Tree, so old and has grown up in
Ryan Pozobut with do shopping. I saw a lady in the parade. We are people can dress their EARS care.
EARs said, "We are pushing a shopping cart looking for people that dogs up as a Christmas
excited about hosting an around the store earlier may like to walk one of present, or something This handsome boy
adoption day here at today with her dog in the the dogs that are up for Christmas-like," said loves to be both indoors
Canadian Tire, and taking child seat," said Pozobut. adoption or even if they Pozobut. and outdoors and comes
part in Coats for Kids this "The Christmas Parade would like to walk their
year.” on December 4 EARs own dog. The theme this to his name. He loves
Gently used coat for belly rubs and cuddling.
c h i l d r e n c o u l d b e
dropped off and EARS Spitz has Feline FPV which means he must be
would take them to the the only cat in the household. Otherwise he is
drop-off. a happy, healthy boy hoping to spend
"The community has
been so good in helping Christmas with his furever family.
to support EARs we
would like to start getting Pet pictures with Santa
more involved with
different things in the November 29 from 11-3
community. Coats for
Kids is a great cause and at Century 21
we would like to help.
The next time we host an
adoption day we might do Watch our Facebook Page for a
a food drive for the local Christmas Online Auction Nov. 27 - Dec. 1
food bank," said Pozobut.
"A big thank you to
Canadian Tire for Sponsored by:
allowing EARs to host CRYSTAL CLEAR ELECTRONICS
this adoption day. Deanna Dence, Stephanie Tucker, Ryan Pozobut, Marie Balaski, Danielle Satellite TV sales, installs, service
Canadian Tire also Beverly, Jaimie Donald, Linda Smith, and Jennifer Klyne-Delorme at the John’s cell 780-723-0147
informed us that year EARS adoption day at Canadian Tire. Photo Deanna Mitchener Mon to Fri 8 am to 7 pm
round dogs are always
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