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Edson’s Mosque invites community EDSON DRY CLEANERS


to Open House event
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by Deanna Mitchener mosque was the centre of the Muslim FOR RENTOR RENT
community. It is a place for prayer,
On October 30, members of the Edson Islamic meditation, religious instruction, and
community will be holding a Mosque Open community gatherings. Approx.
House that will start at 1p.m. at the Edson Muslims observe five formal prayers each day
Mosque located at 4831 Hwy 16. with the timing of these prayers spaced evenly 1,000 sq. ft.
Members of the community will be offering an throughout the day.
introduction to Islam and welcoming guests. It is Come join in the Open House and meet new 110 50 Street
free to attend and everyone is welcome. friends in your community and experience some
The event will offer an opportunity to learn of their delicious cuisine. Neighbors, local
about Islamic beliefs and the positive role dignitaries, and anyone wanting to know more
Muslims play in Canada. A history of the about the local Mosque and the Islamic faith are 780-5
780-517-272717-2727
Mosque in Edson will be offered, and you can try invited to attend.
samples of food from around the Islamic world. If you would like to find out more information
(David)vid)
A mosque is a building in which Muslims go to you can contact Toufik Baterdouk at 780-725- (Da
worship. From the earliest days of Islam, the 4488 or you can email ise2010@live.ca

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THIS WEEK’S FEATURE


Mint Homes Ltd.


Number 3, Amber Verbeek goes up for a kill against Hilltop Chargers,
while Pacers 8 Janelle Haddock, 9 Kennedy Claridge, and 14 Anika
Kiland, cover during the A&W Whitecourt Classic Volleyball
tournament held recently.


by Coach LeMoal brought another win against EW
Pratt, and moved the girls on to
The Pacer Sr Women's Volleyball challenge Hilltop Chargers for the
Team participated in the A&W semi-final spot. Hilltop is another
Whitecourt Classic Volleyball zone rival that the Pacers will play
tournament the weekend of October against for the chance to go to
14. Provincials. The ladies made this
The ladies played through another exciting game losing the first
adversity and proved that they could set 23-25 after being down 11-17. A great curb appeal with this 1286 sq. ft. bungalow home. Wider
play a mental game of volleyball as The Chargers went on to win the trims on the corners, windows, doors & the craftsman style post
well as a physical one. The team second set and place second in the along with multi gabled roof sets this home apart from others.
played without either one of their tournament. From the covered front entry you see the open layout. The great
middle hitters. Middles are The Pacers Sr Women's Volleyball room has large windows, and, along with bay area windows in
responsible for blocking all over the team has now seen three other teams the dining room, will flood these rooms with natural lighting. A L-
net and creating big moments for the from their zone, each one of them shaped kitchen with a working island with a lunch bar along with
team to use as momentum. Three of the girls have discovered are the dining area, and a Double garden door leads to the covered
the Pacers were shuffled around this beatable, and they are ready to play rear deck to the backyard. Off the 2-car garage is the mudroom.
weekend including Anika Kiland, them again moving forward. The main bath is located in a perfect spot for access from all
"I am proud of what these girls
Anna Stang, and Kassidy Bush who have accomplished in such a short points. The two bedrooms each have large closets. The master
bedroom features a walk-in closet and a 3-piece ensuite. The
Deadline Friday, November 18 all stepped up to the plate and were amount of time, coming out of basement is undeveloped except for the mechanical room.A very
able to help the team through some
tournaments with multiple wins and
tough moments.
The Edson Collection Day is scheduled for Game one was supposed to be playoff wins. It's a step in the right nice family home. Plan 2011577 Design@edesignsplans.ca
direction. The most important
Friday, November 18. against Westlock's RF Staples, but tournament, zones, is still to come
due to weather, they were unable to
Please drop your shoeboxes off at The Weekly attend which left the girls with a and I look forward to seeing what Member of National Home Warranty Program
Anchor, Century 21 or the YKCS School. win. Game two was against St Joe's more they can accomplish," said
from Whitecourt, the Pacers battled Coach Kyllo LeMoal. Phone: 780-723-2330
The Parkland Pacer Volleyball
Please contact 780-723-3050 back and forth with the Saints but team will head to Barrhead next Fax: 780-723-5068
were unable to pull out the win.
if you require more information. However, Saturday morning weekend for another thrilling Email: minthome@telusplanet.net
tournament.
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