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rts - Entertainment - Events - and what’s going on
The Scene
Fun for Kids
s CHOOL Youth Interagency Movie Night
Times by Deanna Mitchener equipment the movie recipes with all sorts of community, just before Fun for Kids
summer ends and school
mock-tails to hand out
could not be aired."
M a n y i n t r e p i d
starts back up," said
for a good time."
After the rain the skies
individuals and families
Victim Services was
came out for the annual cleared up enough to let offering free coffee and Jailin.
the movie go on. It
Youth Interagency wasn't too cold and the hot chocolate to help
Outdoor movie night fresh air after a rain was stay warm.
that took place in
rather enjoyable. "We had around 150
Centennial Park August
Youth Interagency was people come out to enjoy
2 7 . Wi t h t h u n d e r selling snacks to raise the movie 'Back to the
showers happening early money for their program. Future'. It was great to
in the evening is was Jailin Threinen and see and I would like to
questionable if the
ONLY RUNS IF movie would go on. Jessica Murray were thank all our sponsors
f o r h e l p i n g a n d
giving out mock-tails to
K r y s t a S h a c k ,
recreation coordinator raise awareness, if you volunteers, and for all
the resilient people that
drink don't get pregnant,
for the town, as well a
EDSON BOYS & GIRLS THEY SEND IN chairperson for Youth if your pregnant don't came out despite the
weather. The rain held
Interagency, said,
Jailin said, "I work out out and we were able to
CLUB NEWS "Despite the rain, we are of the Hinton office but watch the whole movie,
AN ARTICLE movie. Hopefully it we provide services here without having to
going ahead with the
reschedule the event.
in Edson. This was an
Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada doesn't rain because if it opportunity to raise The outdoor movie is set
does we need to shut
After-School Program: awareness and show for the end of September
It is that time of year again, thinking about back to everything down and some fun alternatives to t o p r o v i d e s o m e
school…consider registering your child in our quality and reschedule the event. To n o n - a l c o h o l i c entertainment for the Jannine Callihoo seen here with her children Jade, Joshua, and Dylan
affordable After-School Program. The Club offers child-care and p r o t e c t t h e i r AV family and youth in our enjoying some great family time during the Youth Interagency free outdoor
programming fun for children aged 5-12 with a safewalk and beverages. We have movie night held on August 27. Photo: Deanna Mitchener
bussing program from each elementary school.
FCSS Family Centre gearing up for fall
There are only 60 full time spots available. The club also offers s CHOOL
drop-ins and monthly fees, as well.
If you want your child/ren to join in the fun, please call the club
at 723-7240 or visit our website and check out the calendar of
events. by Deanna Mitchener Alberta Health Services will be engaging with for mom to bring the young ones. Times
youngsters using the kitchen at the Red Brick Arts The Edson FCSS Family Parent Link Centre is
KINDERCLUB: FCSS has a lot of different free programs running Centre. located at 4818-7th Avenue in the lower level of the
Fall 2014: in September and October for families to take part in FCSS Family Centre welcomes dads and other Red Brick Art's Centre, stop by to find out more or
The club is starting to take Kinderclub registrations for the with their toddlers.
upcoming 2014 Fall school year. The program runs on non- family members to join them too; it's not just a place simply give them a call at 780-723-4338
kindergarten days throughout the school year. This program is Tuesdays and Thursdays they have drop-in from 9
affordable! ONLY $15 per day for this fun, learning program. a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and again in the afternoon from 1
Reserve your child's spot today! Programming is from 8:30 until p.m. to 3 p.m.
3pm members can stay the entire day or a portion of it. Also It's a chance to come and play with your preschool
children can attend the AfterSchool program from 3-6pm daily. children. They have a lot of great toys in the
Daily activities planned are cooking club, computer learning, playroom. The children can meet new friends and
stories, crafts, free play and much more. have fun playing and you can enjoy a cup of coffee
and some social time with other parents.
Our Website: FCSS offers playtime every Friday morning from 9
a.m. to 11 a.m. They always have special activities
THANK YOU for your support! Enerplus, ConocoPhillips
for you and your child to do together.
Between birth and the first five years, the
The Club's Jamboree Burger Booth Annual Fundraiser was a children's brains are growing and maturing very
great success! rapidly. Children learn to walk, talk, and how to deal
with their emotions and the world around them.
A BIG THANK YOU to our generous Burger Booth supporters! Supporting your child's development can sometimes
Sobeys, Mountainside Sales and Rentals LTD, BIB Transport, feel stressful and overwhelming because children
Boisvert Law Group, Helmig Fire Equipment, The Olive Tree, develop and change quite quickly as they move
Edson Volunteer Society And the Board of Directors, Staff, through the stages of their development.
Parents and Volunteers that helped serve those tasty burgers Providing opportunities to play with other
from our booth! children gives them the important opportunities to
A good place to be learn social skills. Young children need to develop
these skills at an early age to help them be better
ready for the transition to preschool and eventually
723-7240 to school.
Special dates to keep in mind are their cooking with kids program on September 12 and October 10. Agatha Mahon with her daughters Isabel and Livia. Agatha said, "This is our first day back to the drop in
Jacqui Currie, health promotions coordinator for program at FCSS. We were busy all summer and I think they were closed for a couple of weeks, but
summer is pretty much over and it is time to get back into a routine." Photo Deanna Mitchener
Proud Sponsor of the

Edson Boys & Girls Club KIDS MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

Beelya Langdon is a sweet two years old, this Fenix Langdon is a friendly out going five year old.
sweet little princess will be turning three on who will be turning six on September 5. He said "I
November 4. Beelya said "My Mom does my hair am going to grade one September one. I got to go
pretty every day. I like pink and my doggy Duke to the lake with my Bubba and my auntie taught me
and grilled cheese sandwiches. I like going to the how to swim without a life jacket. My favorite color
lake with Bubba Angie and Gido Doug and playing is red, blue and black. I like steak the best for eating
with my pony. My Bubba and Gido live at Millers and I like it cooked good.

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