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THE WEEKLY ANCHOR


THE WEEKLY ANCHOR
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A rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on


The Scene


Upcoming Bannister Hockey Shoot Out
Upcoming



Events by Miranda L'Hirondelle $500 to their end of the year wrap up they had hot dogs, pop, and Halloween
Events
It was a free event for all ages and
party so they can have some fun as a
Bannister GM held their Hockey
team,” said Jamie Gilham the General
Shoot Out for the third year in a row on Manager at Bannister GM. candy for everyone to snack on. They
also had a silent auction and the money
November 14 October 27. They had a hockey net set up in the from that was donated to the Edson
There will be a There were approximately 100 people dealership showroom with a cut-out of a Food Bank.
Muskeg Flyers who showed up in the first 25 minutes goalie that players had to try and score “I really appreciate the support from
Meeting at the Edson of the event and by the end they had on. Prizes included hockey tape, the community here, our team supports
Public Library. For over 150 kids signed up. “The team that Bannister GM flashlights, and hockey us and helps us support our community
more information has the best turnout I will be donating pucks. as well,” said Gilham.
contact Barb at 780-
723-2460.

November 16
Please join Kate's
Kitchen for a free
lunch at St.
Catherine's Anglican
Church (617 Main
Street). There is a
rd
lunch held every 3
Thursday of each
month from 11:30
AM-1:00 PM. All
welcome!

November 16
Go for a walk through
RCMP Centennial
Park to enjoy the
lights sparkling on
the trees! Free hot
chocolate and cookies
for all! Snowshoes
will be provided Youth line up to have a try at the Bannister GM goalie that was set up for the third annual Shoot Out on October
weather permitting. 27. photo Miranda L'Hirondelle
Following the event
be sure to head th
out the lights on Main 10 Annual Halloween Party at Jerry Ford
downtown to check
Street and for some
great local Christmas by Miranda L'Hirondelle pumpkins in each so people could
Shopping. The stores carve their own pumpkin and take
will be open late with Over 200 kids and parents turned it home.
special offers for the out for Jerry Ford's 10th Annual Treat bags were also available
Chamber of Halloween Party on October 27. for the children that came out to
Commerce Light Up There was an assortment of enjoy the event. “We just love
Events. spooky decorations set up for the giving back to the community at
event and people were encouraged Jerry Ford,” said Colin Schutz,
November 16 – 18 to wear costumes. General Sales Manager at Jerry
th
The 12 annual Jerry Ford had four crates of Ford.
Festival of Trees will pumpkins on hand with 80
be at the Red Brick
Arts Centre and
Museum (4818 7ave).
The times will be:
November 16 - 9am
to 9pm, November 17
- 9am to 9pm,
November 18 - 11am
to 9pm. Santa will be
visiting November 18
– 2-4pm. There will
be a Special
Reception sponsored
by Repsol, November
18 – 7-9pm. Contact
the Red Brick for
more information at
echored@telus.net or
780-723-3582

Maya Devill (3) was getting a pumpkin
carved and dressed up as Raggedy Ann
See Classified Page for Thia Kerr (6), Sadie Kerr (8), and Justine Kerr were all carving
monthly meetings for the 10th Annual Halloween Party at
and activities pumpkins at Jerry Ford’s 10th Annual Halloween Party on Jerry Ford on October 27. photo Miranda
October 27. photo Miranda L'Hirondelle
L'Hirondelle
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