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Kids enjoy learning new curling skills at clinic
















































Kids learn how to control their rock release and slide delivery at the Curling Clinic that was held at the Edson Curling Club on October
30. photo Miranda L'Hirondelle

by Miranda L'Hirondelle Repsol employees said they will try and hold before a game, positioning, rock release,
the clinic again next year. “They are trying to do sweeping and more. Baya Martin, who
Repsol sponsored a curling clinic at the Edson this in all the communities where we have participated in the clinic said that she liked it and
Curling Club on October 30. Repsol offices,” said Brian Deschner an would try curling again.
They have held this clinic two times before in employee at Repsol and a member of the curling Brant Rolling, an employee at Repsol and a
Rocky Mountain House and Chauvin. This is the club. member of the curling club, added that they're
first time in Edson and more than 30 kids ages 6- They had the opportunity to learn the promoting junior curling. "That's what we are
15 attended. fundamentals of curling such as warm-ups here for, to promote curling in our community
and get the young kids involved.”

HRH Rebels football team headed to Provincials































The HRH Rebels football team played well against Vermillion on October 27 winning 58-18, which moved them to provincials for
their post-season. photo Miranda L’Hirondelle

by Miranda L’Hirondelle said Coach of the Rebels football team Mike This will be the teams fifth year going into
Bachinsky. provincials. “Been a very exciting season and we
The HRH Rebels football team had their last Bachinsky added that it has been a really good look forward to continuing our post-season as
game of the season against Vermillion on season, lots of exciting, new and upcoming long as we can,” said Bachinsky.
October 27. players. Lots of new players filled roles that For the next couple of weeks the team will be
The team this year has a roster of 20 players in normally would have been reserved for guys that focusing on getting ready for provincials. “We
grades 10 and 11 and is the largest team in the have more experience, but they really answered will just be working on all the basics, kind of
history of six man football at the school which is the call this year, all our brand new players. refining it up so that we are a pretty polished
six years. “It will be very exciting to see what They won the game 58-18 against Vermillion team when we head to provincials,” said
these guys do in a couple of years from now,” which takes them to provincials in two weeks. Bachinsky.
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