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PAGE 4 THE ANCHOR, MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2015

Alberta Arts and Culture Days


opens with Arts on Fire awards



Would like to thank the community for their
support during the Smile Cookie event.




Between both Tim Hortons locations in
blind view Edson raised $3,013 and will be donated


window

fashions



Siblings Ella and Berg Felsing won the young artist in the community award for
July 20 visual art at the fourth annual Arts on Fire awards at Galloway Station and
Museum on September 25. photo Adrienne Tait
August 10 by Adrienne Tait McDowell. During her award winner was Sonja

August 31 The Alberta Arts and a c c e p t a n c e s p e e c h Boyce. Boyce is not only
a talented visual artist but
McDowell said, “I'm
September 21 Culture days kicked off in flabbergasted. The is also known for her
strong support of the arts
Edson on September 25 at
people I was nominated
the Galloway Station and
with are truly stellar
community. Boyce
October 12 Museum with the fourth individuals.” thanked her supporters
and her neighbor for
annual Arts on Fire
The cultural pillar
November 2 awards. award is given to an building her backyard art
The Skips opened the
studio and called it her
individual or group for
November 23 event with a set of original promoting cultural “woman cave.” During
her speech Boyce said,
songs that poked fun at
vitality in the community.
everyday situations from
“Thank you to all the
This year the award went
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Blind View Edson's own Eddie the community awards were
The young artist in the
squirrel.
Window Fashions Master of Ceremonies divided into two separate
Kevin Zahara, began by categories this year.
taking a moment to Siblings Ella and Berg
Custom Window Treatments recognize the volunteers, Felsing won the visual art
since 1988 groups, and individuals category for not only their
who contribute to the arts artwork but also donating
in the community. the proceeds of that work
780.723.5734 Julie Van Ember Overall 23 nominations to local charities.
780.542.0898 blindvw@gmail.com in four categories were Kaili Redlick won the
received and reviewed by young artist in the
community performing
the panel of judges.
THE WEEKLY ANCHOR award recognizes arts or arts award. Redlick took

The arts champion
a moment to thank those
heritage supporters who
advocate and stimulate who have supported her
and also recognized her
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