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Hillendale Phase II
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As you flip through your vehicle's owner manual, you're likely to notice that it service schedule was determined by automotive engineers, taking into
has two different service interval schedules – one for "normal" driving and one consideration how driving conditions influence the rate at which its parts and
for "severe" driving." If you're like most Canadians, you probably think that you systems wear.
drive under normal conditions, but like most Canadians, you'd be wrong. By acknowledging that you drive in severe conditions and following the Junior Achievement teaches students entrepreneurship
Severe driving should not be confused with aggressive driving. It refers to the shorter maintenance intervals, you can keep yourself, your passengers, and your
conditions in which you drive rather the way in which you drive. Even the most fellow drivers safer on the road.
cautious and patient driver in Canada drives in severe conditions thanks to the To learn more about preventative car maintenance, talk to your service
array of weather that Mother Nature throws our way. advisor, visit www.BeCarCareAware.ca or check out @BeCarCareAware on by Deanna Mitchener organization, production and marketing
The conditions that manufacturers identify as being severe vary slightly, but Twitter. activities, creativity, along with teamwork and
severe driving conditions are typically defined as: Britni Brady, regional development manager productivity.
* driving in cold weather; for the Junior Achievement Northern Alberta and Students in grades 10 to 12 learn success skills
*driving in extremely hot weather (over 32°C); (780) 723-4717 5535 3rd AVE EDSON
* extensive idling (e.g. at traffic lights); FACEBOOK.COM/RAVENTRUCKACCESSORIES Northwest Territories, spoke at the recent designed to assist students in developing four
*driving in stop-and-go traffic; Chamber meeting. crucial areas needed to succeed in the workplace:
* taking trips that are shorter than 8 kilometers or, in freezing temperatures, Junior Achievement is the world's largest non- communication, collaboration, problem solving,
shorter than 16 kilometers; profit organization dedicated to educating and lifelong learning.
* towing a trailer or driving with a roof rack;
* driving on mountainous roads; and/or students about business, entrepreneurship, and "Students can also explore the steps to creating
* driving on muddy, dusty, or de-iced roads. TRUCK & AUTO ACCESSORIES financial literacy. They have impacted thousands an entrepreneurial enterprise and how it can
To keep your car running safely and dependably over the long term, you must Proudly Serving Edson since 1996 of students for over 50 years. fulfill the needs of the community. This gives
maintain it to the standard outlined in your owner's manual, but that standard *NOW DOING UNDER-COATING
depends on the environment in which you drive. That's why your vehicle's Brady said, "We offer free programs to schools students a realistic glimpse into what it takes to
from grade three to 12. We have local volunteers become an entrepreneur," said Brady. Britni Brady, regional development manager
facilitate in the classrooms, which is great." If you would like to find out more about the for the Junior Achievement program, gave a
We Change More Than Just Your Motor Oil ... the classrooms and teach students about financial Britni at 780-446-0351 or email her at presentation to Chamber members explaining
Junior Achievement Program you can contact
Local business people volunteer to come into
what they have to offer. photo Deanna
Let us Tune-Up Your Fuel System! literacy and entrepreneurship. They inform bbrady@janorthalberta.org. Mitchener
students about their job and why it's important to
* Transmission Fluid * Cooling System Fluid * Driveline Fluids stay in school. They also teach the importance of Junior Panthers strike a Silver and Gold
5220 4 Avenue Ph: 712-5333 WARRANTY APPROVED - NO APPOINTMENTS NECESSARY buying locally, how the community is connected,
Edson, AB Fax: 712-5358 and what it's like owning a business. by Coach Smith
"Right now I am trying to get school programs
Specializing In Penny’s Car Care Clinic 5536 1st Ave., Edson, AB registered and volunteers here in Edson. Hinton The Parkland Panthers Volleyball teams
has some up and running," said Brady.
All Autos, RVs Behind the Nova Inn "Volunteers should expect to commit between six competed at Harry Collinge High School in
Hinton recently. The girls won four sets to
Large Trucks “Cleaning & Detailing Specialists” & Odessy Inn and eight hours for each program they deliver. one, and the boys lost three sets to two. They
Atco Trailers Mon. to Fri.: 8:30 am - 5 pm We supply the program materials, but all new demonstrated excellent sportsmanship.
volunteers must go through Junior Achievement
The Panthers volleyball teams travelled to
Commercial Fleets & More Where Your Dirt Is Our Business Ph: (780) 723-4207 orientation and training." Training can be done in Jasper on October 15 to compete in a
person or online. tournament. The Jr girls defeated Harry
Students will also have opportunities to attend Collinge 25-17, 18-25, and 15-11 to win gold.
prestigious events including the Alberta Business The Jr boys lost to Harry Collinge 23-25,
Hall of Fame Gala, as well as local and 22-25 and took home silver. Overall, both
worldwide conferences. "These all look great on teams gained some valuable experience and
their resume," said Brady. had lots of fun.
The program is tailored to each grade level and MVPs of the tourney for the girls were Kyla
includes interactive role play, exploring the cycle Kiland and Naomi Muamba. MVPs of the
of money flow, different jobs in the community, tourney for the boys were Kale Mole and Parkland Panthers volleyball players Hunter
and the evolution of technology. In later grades Hunter Willox. Willox and Kale Mole won MVP awards for their
students will learn business management through efforts against Hinton's team recently.
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