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Public’s assistance in locating Natasha Klok NOTICE

by Adrienne Tait Winter getting here we can reduce the amount of Wildwood and District Agricultural
accidents this year and reduce injuries as a result.
The Edson RCMP are requesting the public's Safety is a state of mind,” said Sgt. Poitras. Society Special Meeting for By-Law
assistance in locating Natasha KLOK. The 27 Other investigations included seven each alarms Review Wednesday, November 12,
year old was last seen in Edson on October 2. or false alarms, assaults, and mischief or damage 2014 at 7:00 p.m. at the Wildwood
Sgt. Jack Poitras said, “She has been reported calls. There were six false or abandoned 911 calls Recreation Complex All Members
missing to the Edson RCMP. We ask that if you last week. Please Attend
have any information as to her whereabouts Four calls were related to causing a disturbance,
please call the Edson RCMP and provide us with as well as four each for fraud, harassment, and New Members Welcome
information. Her family just want to know that Liquor Act. Call Carol @ 780-325-2119 for more
she is okay.” There were three calls for services for each of the information
Local RCMP had a total of 124 calls for service following: animals, assistance and lost or found
during the week of October 13-19 including 21 property while there were two each related to
theft complaints, 16 traffic collisions, twelve child welfare and impaired operation of a motor
traffic complaints and 11 suspicious persons or vehicle.
vehicles. Police also investigated one case of extortion,
“We know that winter is coming and the roads one failure to comply with conditions and a
will get slippery again with winter conditions. further one each of failure to stop or remain at a
Just want to remind drivers to give yourself some collision, family relations, Firearms Act, Mental
extra time and get there safely. If we all plan ahead Health Act, and one sudden death.
and get our winter tires on prior to Old Man

Agility Fun Day for dogs planned Unplugged – Children learn best when playing in the environment
around them. Join in the fun whenever you can - when you
connect with your kids they learn form you.
by Deanna Mitchener Yellowhead Ag Society work with your dog in a when new people come Edson and Area coalition to increase knowledge & importance of the
will be sponsoring an friendly, no pressure out and play,” said first 5 years of life. “Our Children's Potential is in Our Hands.”
The Bark'd up Dog Agility Fun Day. The environment. Wheaton. Children learn best when playing in the environment around them!
Club, Play Ruff, and event will allow you to All proceeds from the Registration is $20 for Taking leaves can be fun for the whole family
event will be donated to YAS members, $25 for The options are endless, rake into piles and jump on them, listen to the crackling
the Costello Syndrome non members ($5 each noise beneath your feet walking on the, toss
Family Network. for additional dogs) leaves in the air and watch them fall gently back
UPCOMING EVENT REMINDER The event is being held people can register by onto the ground , fill bags full of leaves for
at the Yellowhead Ag calling Sharon at 712- Halloween. See just how much fun you can have
Nov 1 S o c i e t y a r e n a o n 5 9 8 3 o r e m a i l i n g raking leaves together, give the child a rake and
Beaver Meadow Ag Society is hosting a Ranchers' Saloon & Casino . This is November 1. "It's a or if encourage them for doing a good job.
a Fun Money Casino. Door prizes of $1000, $5000 and 2 CFR Rodeo finals really great opportunity they have any questions. Encouragement goes a long ways.
tickets. Dress western. Supper is at 7pm with the Casino to follow. Tickets for people to come out
are $30 per person. For more info call Diane 780-795-2206, Gladys at 780- with their dogs and have This is your community coalition, visit us on our
795-2203 or Pat at 780-795-2545. fun,” said Jill Wheaton Facebook page “Early Childhood Matters”.
Kazakoff, spokesperson
for the club.
“ A n y d o g c a n
participate regardless of PRIDE FAITH
size or age and we'll have PAST JOE WYNNE BRANCH 51 FUTURE
club members on hand to 5016 5 Avenue
Telephone: 723-3455 P.O. Box 5162
help out. We love it
Fax: 723-7905 Edson, Alberta T7E 1T4

NEW Poppy Campaign


Immediate Possession!! Beginning October 31

Cadets will be canvassing
neighborhoods on November 1.
New show home Donations can be made in person

and for only $6,500 or mailed to the Legion at PO Box
down payment you 5162, Edson, AB, T7E 1T4.
can move into one of Legion Members will be
Legion Members will be
these 16x76 homes!!! delivering poppy trays and
delivering poppy trays and
wreaths to businesses beginning
wreaths to businesses beginning
October 31 and continuing
October 31 and continuing
3 bedrooms, throughout the next week.
throughout the next week.
2 bathrooms,
amazing Volunteers Needed!

dark cabinets,
fridge, stove, Please contact the office at 780-723-3455
dishwasher and for times and routes available.

*Some conditions apply
Funds from the poppy campaign allow us to continue to offer support by
Funds from the poppy campaign allow us to continue to offer support by
assisting our Veterans and their dependants. The money raised is used to
assisting our Veterans and their dependants. The money raised is used to
provide those ex-service personnel and their families in need with dental and
Call Lexie at 780-723-3110 provide those ex-service personnel and their families in need with dental and
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