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CLUB NEWS Pie in the face for Hope

ONLY RUNS IF by Deanna Mitchener “Students get involved all in fun, and to raise
Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada
President's Choice Children's by biding on a whipped money and awareness
Charity The Pies for Hope
Boys and Girls Club of Edson and fundraiser took place at cream pie. The winner for such a great cause. If
District generously received a THEY SEND IN with the highest bid gets the teacher raises the
donation from President's Choice Parkland High School
Children's Charity to help fund a the opportunity to pie a bid by 10% they can pie
new kitchen for the Club. The on October 2, in the teacher in the face,” the student in the face,”
kitchen is used everyday to prepare foyer of the school,
healthy snacks and provide a AN ARTICLE said Biehler. said Biehler.
cooking program for kids aged 5-12. with many spectators “All money raised will Constable Hollinger,
Just one of the fun activities that cheering on.
the cooking program has introduced be going to the Run for school liaison, said,
is family take out meals. Once a Tani Biehler, one of the Hope to help support "Cancer is a very big
month members can sign up to help student union advisors
learn to prepare a healthy meal to take home to their family to individuals battling thing to me –my
enjoy. These fun, interactive and learning programs could not at Parkland, said, “We
happen without the support of President's Choice Children's are having a fundraiser cancer in the Edson and grandmother passed
Charity. Thank you for your support! The Kitchen and Cooking Hinton area. We have away from cancer. So
program will be well used and appreciated for many years to for the Run for Hope at
come! great support from I'm always willing to
the school today and we
COOL MOVES DAY: In a generous partnership with Mondelez are doing what is called teachers and TA's help out wherever I Adrielle Gabito, Ms. Ladouceur, Morgan Konchakowski, Constable Chad
International and Boys and Girls Club of Canada, the Edson Boys getting a pie in the face, can."
and Girls Club was happy to host an Edson Family Cool Moves Day Pies for Hope”. Hollinger, Lindsay Kuilboer during the Pies for Hope fundraiser at Parkland
th High School on October 2. Photo: Deanna Mitchener
on September 27 2014. This grant opportunity is to encourage
and recognize the importance of children and their families to live
a healthy lifestyle of physical activity and healthy eating.
With Local partnerships from the Town of Edson, Edson Ice, Edson
Bowl, Edson Golf and County Club, Edson Recreation Dance,
Alberta Health Services and McDonalds. Thank you to all that
participated and we hope you all enjoyed the day!

KINDERCLUB: This program runs on non-kindergarten days (2
days/week in October and Mondays from November to June)
throughout the school year. This program is affordable! ONLY $15
per day for this fun, learning program. Reserve your child's spot
BABYSITTING COURSE: An upcoming babysitting course is
tentatively booked November 1 & 2, please call the club for more
details and to register. 780-723-7240
Our Website:
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Proud Sponsor of the

Edson Boys & Girls Club

Pie-eyed participants at the Pies for Hope fundraiser at Parkland High School on October 2. Back row to front row going left to right are: Sarah Bowman, Mr.
Biehler, Michelle Mainville, Constable Hollinger, Ms. Gohmann, Ms. Aschenmeier, Mr. Davison, Mr. Edmondson, Mr. Tews, Mrs. Roome, Sam Pennings,
Mrs. Preville, Mrs. Sweet, Mrs. MacPherson, Mrs. Velichko, Mr. Andersen, Mrs. Day, Ms. Dyck, Triton Toone, Mrs. Magee, Ally Conarroe, Morgan
Konchakowski, Ms. Jacklin, Mr. Reynolds, Mrs. Biehler, Ms. James, Adrielle Gabito, Ms. Ladouceur. Photo: Deanna Mitchener


Rory Miniely is six years old. Rory said "I have Jenn Henkey is an amazing 15 year old who
four favorite colors purple, light blue, light red and attends Pine Grove School. Jenn likes the color
silver. I like to ride horses a lot but I just went one pink and she loves broccoli. She has two dogs one
time so far." Rory is in grade one at Westhaven big dog that stays outside and one little dog that
school. She said “There is only one thing I like stays inside. Her best part about going to school is
about school, that is indoor recesses. That is the when they all go swimming together on
only time you get to play in grade one, it's not like Wednesdays. Jenn said "We have to tell the office
kindergarten.” we are going, Mrs. Legge drives us there."

Kids Make A Difference is sponsored by: Contributions to
“Kids Make A Difference” focusing on youth in our
Sand & Gravel Sales/Hauling community are welcome. Send picture accompanied by

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