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THE ANCHOR, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2015 PAGE 7
A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on


The Scene A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on






Upcoming Events
Upcoming Events Greg Hagen on behalf The Scene
of Talisman Energy
donates $500 to Holy
Redeemer drama
department to support
December 3 their upcoming
Edson Baptist Church production of Robin
located at 4717-9 Ave Hood. The funds will be
welcomes everyone to used to offset the many
A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on come watch the Santa costs associated with
staging this massive
Claus Parade as it
production. Members of
passes right in front of
The Scene the church to enjoy the cast and crew
accepts the cheque on
free hot chocolate,
behalf of HRH. From
coffee and cookies
left are Tamara Everett,
from 6 pm -8 pm.
Parking available in Brendan Inscho,Brianne
Benson, Daniel
the church parking lot. Handford, Greg Hagen
For more info call (Talisman), Sam
780-723-3982. Hockett, Sydney
Fogarty, Harleigh
McNaughton, and Alyna
December 5 Miller.
Come visit Santa at Submitted photo.
the Galloway Museum
from 1 pm – 3pm.
Crafts, cookies and
Christmas cheer! For 187 Christmas trees grace hall during Festival of Trees
more info call Shari FONT MISSING
McDowell at 780-723-
5696. by Adrienne Tait
More than 187 donations graced the upper hall of the
December 5 Red Brick Arts Centre for the 10 Annual Festival of
th
Pinedale Hall annual Trees. In addition the centre received a number of
Christmas Bazaar cash donations bringing the total number of donated
from 10 am – 2 pm. items to over 200.
For table rentals call There were fewer trees in this year's event; however
Cindy at 780-723- there was an increase in smaller donations. Donations
of trees, Christmas decorations, tools, and even a Via
1809. Rail gift certificate were all auctioned off during the
three day silent auction held November 19-21.
December 6 While the final tally after expenses is still being
Fulham Community determined the Red Brick's Linda Wright said they

Centre will be hosting anticipate a profit of approximately $15,000. A THE WEEKLY ANCHOR
a Senior Supper doors further $1000 was raised with the raffle.
As in previous years lunch was served daily and over
open at 1pm 200 people enjoyed the soup and sandwich options.
As the festival is open to everyone with no admission Custom T-Shirts!
December 13 it can be hard to gauge the number of people who
Pinegrove Hall will be attended but Wright estimates 500 people visited the $19.95 including T-Shirt & Transfer A d i D n yone Say...
having a Christmas centre. discounts available
Social from 10 – 3pm. “We really appreciate the support from the
Santa will be visiting, community -all of the people and organizations who All Full COLOUR! RIDE?
donated, the people who came out to bid, and our lunch
there will be Vendor guests,” said Wright.
tables and Horse The funds raised from the Festival of Trees are used A display of various donations. The blue and white tree was donated by the
Drawn Sleigh rides to help fund maintenance, programming, and Rotary club. The old fashioned Christmas tree was donated by Talisman -
($2.per person), lunch operating costs of the Red Brick Arts Centre. division of Repsol. Photo by Adrienne Tait
concession. Donations Or Bring your own pictures & Ideas!
for the Food Bank will No additional cost
be collected. Niton School hosts playground fundraising carnival

December 14
Pinedale Hall will be a by Deanna Mitchener "This event is the real exciting for us all ESCAPED BORN
having an early N i t o n P l a y g r o u n d here," said Stacey Clark, MOM TO
monthly meeting at The gymnasium at the Society Fundraiser who helped organize the
7pm at the hall. You Niton School was the called Jungle Mania. We event. GOLF
do not have to be a place to be for a are raising money to The event went from
member to attend. fundraising (and fun- have a new play ground 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. with FORCED TO DON’T TELL ANYONE
raising) carnival on here at the school. We are plenty of volunteers
November 7. just $5,000 away from coming together to make WORK YOU SAW ME
I t w a s a b u s y our goal needed to bring it successful. Mrs. Varty,
See Classified Page for interactive day with all in the equipment. Our the grade 5/6 teacher at r d
the Niton School, said,
monthly meetings kinds of fun things to see calculation for this new G a eners
and activities and do, as well as food playground project was "All my students are here
and prizes. $51,000 and we are not volunteering to help
far off now, and that is make a difference.”
CEREAL
Annual General Meeting for KILLER!!
Annual General Meeting for
Peers Area Community Groupeers Area Community Group
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Monday December 7, 2015
Monday December 7, 2015 Spread the Best Dirt
7:30 pm - 8 pm
7:30 pm - 8 pm Gretchen Knobloch with daughter Veronica
taking tickets during the playground fundraising
At Peers Multiplext Peers Multiplex carnival held at Niton School. Kids could come 5040 3rd Ave., Edson, AB 723-5787
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and make mini snow flake waffles or caramel
More info: 780-204-0876 pops. Photo by Deanna Mitchener
More info: 780-204-0876
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