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Times the GYAC Cross Country Running Championships on
Parkland Composite High School was proud to host
September 26. The student volunteers from Pine Grove
and Parkland were eager to assist even though the s UMMER
weather was cool and damp.
EDSON BOYS & GIRLS A big thank you to: Mr. Andersen, Mr. Reynolds, Mr.
McAndrews, Mr. Maris and Mrs. Andersen for the
CLUB NEWS setting up and planning of this big event. Also to the
athletes and all other volunteers that ensured this event
was a success. Fun for Kids
The results of our Parkland Composite High School
Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada athletes:
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President's Choice Children's Charity Ryan Karlzen – 1 in the 17-year-old 6 km
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Boys and Girls Club of Edson and Chris Carter – 2 in the 16-year-old 5 km
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District generously received a
Thomas Steil – 3 in the 16-year-old 5 km
ONLY RUNS IF donation from President's Choice Jared Dahl – 3 in the 16-year-old 5 km
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Children's Charity to help fund a new
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kitchen for the Club. The kitchen is Sarah Bowman – 1 in the 16-year-old 4 km
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Aiden Sloan – 1 in the 15-year-old 4 km
used everyday to prepare healthy Adrielle Gabito – 3 in the 15-year-old 4 km
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snacks and provide a cooking
THEY SEND IN program for kids aged 5-12. Just one Triton Toone – 4 in the 15-year-old 4 km
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Kaycee Robinson - 1 in the 15-year-old 3 km
of the fun activities that the cooking
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program has introduced is family take Ben Reil – 2 in the 14-year-old 3 km
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out meals. Once a month members Kelly Reid - 1 in the 14-year-old 2.2 km
AN ARTICLE healthy meal to take home to their For Pine Grove: st
can sign up to help learn to prepare a
Braydon Riguidal – 1 in 13-year-old 2.2 km
family to enjoy. These fun, interactive and learning programs could
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not happen without the support of President's Choice Children's Rory Hellekson – 1 in 12-year-old 1.6 km
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Charity. Thank you for your support! The Kitchen and Cooking Nathan Ekdahl – 4 in 12-year-old 1.6 km
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program will be well used and appreciated for many years to Kale Mole – 5 in 12-year-old 1.6 km
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come! Hudson Guenette – 9 in 12-year-old 1.6 km
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Easton Webber – 10 in 12-year-old 1.6 km
COOL MOVES DAY: In a generous partnership with Mondelez Parker Bosley – 11 in 12-year-old 1.6 km
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International and Boys and Girls Club of Canada, the Edson Boys st
and Girls Club was happy to host an Edson Family Cool Moves Day Elizaveta Tyunina – 1 in 12-year-old 1.6 km
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th Naomi Muamba – 3 in 12-year-old 1.6 km
on September 27 2014. This grant opportunity is to encourage th
and recognize the importance of children and their families to live Haylee Tucker – 5 in 12-year-old 1.6 km
a healthy lifestyle of physical activity and healthy eating. Brody Bishop – 2nd in 11-year-old 1.0 km
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With Local partnerships from the Town of Edson, Edson Ice, Edson Kirsten Reid and Kelsie Robinson tied for 1 in the 11- submitted
Bowl, Edson Golf and County Club, Edson Recreation Dance, year-old 1.0 km
Alberta Health Services and McDonalds. Thank you to all that
participated and we hope you all enjoyed the day!
PCHS hosted the GYAC cross country running
KINDERCLUB: This program runs on non-kindergarten days (2
days/week in October and Mondays from November to June) and championships on September 26. Pictured
throughout the school year. This program is affordable! ONLY $15 bottom is Adrielle Gabitao who placed 3rd in the
per day for this fun, learning program. Reserve your child's spot 15 year old 4 km, (Above) Sarah Bowman who
today!
placed 1st in the 16 year old 4 km.
BABYSITTING COURSE: An upcoming babysitting course is
tentatively booked November 1 & 2, please call the club for more
details and to register. 780-723-7240
Our Website: www.bgcedson.com
A good place to be
723-7240
www.bgcedson.com
Proud Sponsor of the
Edson Boys & Girls Club Grade 8 students Andrea Pilon (left) and Lareesa Fritzorguer (right) read
parts in the HRH fall production of Miracle on 34th Street and The Grinch.
Lauren MacArthur, Grade 11, is in the back round. Photo: Adrienne Tait










KIDS MAKE A DIFFERENCE!




Shadon Johnston is 11 years old and said, “I am
in grade six going to Vanier Community Catholic Alex Miniely is 10 years old. Alex said, “I go to Josslyn Miller, Deanna Schroeder, Yana Bagsic and Brooklyn Reid try to decide which way to look.
School. This past summer we went on a trip to Ecole Westhaven School and I’m in grade five. My Should they look upside down or right side up? The girls spent their break on the bars on September 24
Manitoba, and got to do a lot of water sports like favorite color is purple, I have two dogs, a gerbil at A.H. Dakin School. Photo Deanna Mitchener
water ski-doing, boating, fishing, tubing behind the and a cat. I’m hoping one day we can get horses,
boat, body boarding and knee boarding. I like because I am taking riding lessons and I really like
going to rodeos to see what horses can do. I love it a lot. I can ride both with a saddle and without.”
to rider on Tinkerbell a pony.”




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