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EDSON BOYS & GIRLS

CLUB NEWS
Fun for Kids

Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada
NEW OPENING HOURS: The Club is now Students collected over 60 signatures from students and staff that wanted to spread the message of Canada
needing an anti-poverty plan. Back (L to R) Mrs. Nicole Berube (Teacher Supervisor), Kendra Siki (Team
open at 8am to 6pm for Full Day camps (non- Manager), Trystanne Birkbeck, Tori Hellekson, Tabatha Canam, Alijha Butler. Front (L to R) Morgan
ONLY RUNS IF school days), Kinderclub, Christmas and Konchakowski (Lead Team Manager), Courtney Osbak, Abby Carter, Kyron Ehl, Brittany Kragnes, Callie Eggie.
Spring break Camps. This Fall the Club has
Not in photo - Rebecca Munroe, Danielle Boos (Coach)
travelled to LaunchPad in Edmonton and the
Whitecourt Swimming Pool during the Full High school students
THEY SEND IN Day Camps. Call the Club to sign your child up
for a full day of fun activities.
helping to pulverize poverty
KINDERCLUB: A tour of the Fire station,
AN ARTICLE Fall & Halloween crafts, games and outside fun government plan to help eradicate poverty in
is what is going on at Kinderclub. This
program runs on non-kindergarten days (2 submitted Canada. When most students think of poverty - they
days/week in October and Mondays from Friday lunch hours are usually spent practicing, but picture images of starving children in third world
countries, not their peers and classmates. It is
November to June) throughout the school year. on Friday, October 17 the PCHS Cheer Team helped important for youth to know that poverty affects
to spread awareness about poverty in Canada. Why
This program is affordable! ONLY $15 per day October 17? October 17 is the International Day for Canadians too.
for this fun, learning program. Reserve your the Eradication of Poverty. The team collected over 60 signatures from
child's spot today! Coach Danielle Boos presented the team with the students and staff that wanted to help spread the
opportunity to raise awareness about the need for a message of Canada needing an Anti-Poverty plan.
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KIDS MAKE A DIFFERENCE!




Korbin Gohman is four years old who has been Calla Dykstra is almost 2 ½ years old. She is such
enjoying going to playschool. Korbin said, “I a friendly little sweetie, saying hi to people as they
really like pink and purple, for breakfast I like to eat pass her in the Sobeys shopping cart. Calla said,
oatmeal, dinosaur oatmeal. We have three dogs “I like the color pink, and I really like to eat
and I am still deciding on what to be for Halloween noodles. We have two dogs, Diesel and Patches. I
this year. I was a giraffe for Halloween, I think this want to be a Fairy for Halloween.”
year I want to be a kitten. I really like hanging out
with mommy, daddy and my older brother.”




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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