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HRH Cross Country team
take on provincials
Fun Times H o l y R e d e e m e r ' s
for Kids

EDSON BOYS & GIRLS Athletics Program has
widely been regarded as
o n e o f t h e m o s t
CLUB NEWS c o m p e t i t i v e a n d
engaging programs in
the province. With
Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada several championship
s p o r t s w i t h i n t h e
ONLY RUNS IF DID YOU KNOW?: p r o g r a m s u c h a s
The Mentoring Program is for youth ages 13-16 who would like to
b a s k e t b a l l a n d
be carefully matched with a mentor who is 18 years or older. They
participate in one-on-one activities in the community which can volleyball, they can now
add cross country
include meeting at the Club, Talisman Place, the Library, etc. It is a
THEY SEND IN one year commitment which is based on friendship, trust, support running to the list. The HRH Cross Country team at the 2A Provincial Championship in Grand
and fun! Mentors and mentees meet a minimum of once a month
On Saturday October
and up to once a week, whichever works for their schedules. The
17, five high school
Prairie on October 17. All the athletes represented HRH extremely well. From
AN ARTICLE Mentoring Coordinator facilitates the relationship by remaining in students travelled to left to right: Shawn DeLeeuw, Tomas Mark, Zane Hartman, Coach Julie Pullaw,
contact with the Mentor, Mentee and their family and providing
Grande Prairie to
Brandy Stewart, and Josie Sorensen. Submitted photo
initial training and ongoing support for everyone involved.
c o m p e t e i n t h e
Applications can be picked up at the Club. For more information you
can call 780-723-7240, email or attend the P r o v i n c i a l C r o s s
Mentoring Program Event at the Boys and Girls Club of Edson & Country Championship. ran 5 km in 20:54, while at Wapiti Nordic Ski proud of these fine
District on November 7th 2015. “Our students ran very Senior Boys Mark and Trails,” says Pullaw. young athletes.
well,” says Head Coach DeLeeuw placed 24 “But this didn't stop our If you would like more
FACEBOOK PAGE: Please check out and like the Club's Facebook Julie Pullaw. “The st
page: Boys and Girls Club of Edson and District! format pits all size (23:37) and 51 (25:18) athletes from achieving information on this
PLEASE CHECK BOYS AND OUR WEBSITE: schools against one group of runners, HRH There were over 100 contact the school at
their personal bests.
article please feel free to
With this dedicated
another. So that means
780-723-7437, visit our
runners in each race,
GIRLS CLUB NEWS KINDERCLUB: For 4.5-5 year olds What does KinderClub do? Well our school, which is a 2A managed to place 5 out which shows how well w e b s i t e a t
school, must compete
our students performed.”
of all 44 2A schools
they have gone swimming, bowling, gymnastics, tour of the
museum, story time, crafts, baking & much more. There is still spots against the large 4A across Alberta. “It was a And with that, our
schools.” This did not
available. Kinderclub operates on non-kindergarten days. It is stop the competitors very challenging course community can be very
affordable, only $25 per day for the program. from running excellent
TEEN PROGRAM NIGHT: Teen Drop-in program on Friday nights
from 6:30 to 8:30pm. This program is offered to 13-16 year olds T o q u a l i f y f o r
that want to be part of the Club's programming one night a week. The provincials, each athlete
program will offer a safe, fun and comfortable place for youth to get needed to have a high
together. Some Teen Night activities: yoga, dodgeball, air-hockey, placement in the 2A
floor hockey and of course food. Zone Championships at
Wilmore Park in Edson
THANK YOU: on October 7. HRH co-
RBC: After-School Project Grant hosted the event that saw
300 runners from 22
A good place to be schools compete. In the
end HRH saw grade 10
723-7240 student Josie Sorensen,
grade 11 student Zane Hartman, and grade 12
s t u d e n t s B r a n d y
S t e w a r t , S h a w n
Proud Sponsor of the DeLeeuw and Tomas
Mark all represent HRH
at provincials.
Edson Boys & Girls Club category, Sorensen
In the Junior Girls
placed 65 with a time of
15:13, while Stewart
placed 87 in the Senior Photo by Deanna Mitchener
Girls category (4 km)
with a time of 20:44. Photography instructor Kevin Dye, at Parkland Composite High School,
W i t h i n t h e shows his grade 10 and 11 students how to roll film into cassettes for 35mm
Intermediate Boys (5 cameras recently. While some students were learning this technique other
km) category, Hartman students were out taking photos throughout the school and outdoors.


Kobi Graillon is a sharp four year old. Kobi Ava Magnusson is a sweet four year old, who
enjoys attending Kounty Kids Playschool at the enjoys attending Kounty Kids Playschool at the
Marlboro Community Hall. He said "the best part Marlboro Community Hall. Ava really likes having
about coming to school is playing and stuff, like stories read to her at school, playing and making
crafts and snack time. I want to be a Big Kobi friends. Ava said "I want to be a Pirate Fairy for
when I grow up". Kobi likes the color green, and Halloween this year. I like the color purple, eating
his favorite thing to eat is oranges. He is the candy and playing with my two dogs.”
middle child with one older brother and one
younger brother. Kobi is planning on being
Woody from Toy Story

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