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Upcoming Goonies’ draws big crowd for Youth Interagency event

Events by Deanna Mitchener come back and volunteer community. We are are trying to let everyone programming. If anyone
with us.” "Tayler trying to get our name be more aware of who i s i n t e r e s t e d i n
Over the past few years McCallum said, "I enjoy out there more and more. we are and what we do. It volunteering and helping

Town of Edson or reach
September 9 Youth Interagency has b e i n g w i t h Yo u t h Kids are out in the is a great group to be out, they can contact the
drawn large crowds into interagency because they community and may not involved with."
Sacred Heart Catholic Centennial Park for their are doing something know about all the cool The group meets Alison at 780-723-4421
Church Garage sale 7- annual free movie p o s i t i v e i n o u r things they can do. We monthly to plan their at the Health Unit.
9 pm. nights. The idea behind
the event is to offer free
September 10 activities for youth and
Sacred Heart Catholic families to be able to
Church Garage sale attend and have some fun
9am-2pm. together, at no cost.
Youth Interagency has
shown Indiana Jones,
September 11 Back to the Future,
R o t a r y S u n d a y Princess Bride, ET
H a r v e s t J a m a t …and now the Goonies.
Centennial Park from Alison Roth, with
1-5 pm. Accepting Alberta Health Services,
donations for the said, “For the past five
Edson Food Bank. years the free movie in
the park has been good.
September 15 We had a couple of scary Victoria Blasius(6), Andre Holloway (10), Alex Blasius (9) and Melissa
Kate’s Kitchen is times where we almost
having a free lunch at called it off, but at the last Blasius are settled in for the free movie that was playing in Centennial
S t . C a t h e r i n e ’ s minute the weather Park on August 31. The kids were very excited to be seeing Goonies in
the park. The free event was organized through Youth Interagency.
Anglican Church, 617 seems to turn around and photo Deanna Mitchener
M a i n S t r e e t , o n shine for us.”
Thursday, September “We have had a very
15 from 11:30am – good response from the Youth Interagency showed the ‘Goonies’ as its fifth free movie in the park on August 31. photo
1pm. All Welcome. community for the free Deanna Mitchener
movie and it makes us
happy to see so many
September 16 families come out to
E d s o n F a r m e r s ’ enjoy it. Everyone is
Market at the Edson respectful of picking up
Friendship Centre their garbage and
10:30 am to 2 pm. ensuring it is properly
Come out and support disposed. That shows us
your local Farmers’ they care, and are doing
Market and enter to their part in helping. It is
win a Harvest Basket. a good community event
For more info or to for the last week of
book a table contact summer before school
Lorrie Nelson 780- gets back into full
280-2808. swing," said Alison.
Jesse Kirillo, who is
involved with Youth
September 17 interagency, said, "I
P a r k l a n d L o d g e think the biggest thing
A u x i l i a r y i s for me is seeing the fun
s p o n s o r i n g i t s kids have trying new
S e p t e m b e r things. It may be a boys’
G r a n d p a r e n t s ’ night out or climbing or
Walkathon, starting at paintball – just seeing
the Lodge on Saturday, them as a group and
September 17, at watching them grow as a
10am. All money group is great. We are
raised goes to Parkland fortunate enough to have Shari McDowell, Colleen Talpash and Debbie Bezaire serve up some free hot chocolate and
Lodge residents. some youth go through coffee to Kelly and John Dick on behalf of Victim Services during the free movie night in
Pledge forms are the programs and then Centennial Park August 31. photo Deanna Mitchener
available from Ann
4522 and Ivan Strang 36th Annual Terry Fox Run keeps dream alive
Steffes at 780-723-
at 780-723-4020. by Deanna Mitchener Terry Fox Foundation app for iPhone and Android can also be
downloaded. “You can also see how your area is doing in raising
September 18 All walkers, runners, stroller, and dogs are welcome to funds …I'm excited to see our turn out," said Broda.
Fall Festival – Chili participate in the 36th Annual Terry Fox Run fundraiser. The Terry Fox Race is a race like no other since it is not a race
Cookoff and Carnival Ali Broda, Recreation and Culture programmer with the Town to the finish line to see who gets there first. It is a day to celebrate
at Family of Faith of Edson, is excited to be a part of the annual Terry Fox Run that Terry's legacy in a non-competitive way. Participants do not have
Church 12-3 pm, 463 will be taking place on September 18. “The route will be the to race against each other, but instead race together. Getting
pledges is a great opportunity for family, friends, co-worker,
72 Street, Edson (Old same as last year and registration is happening before the race youth groups, and companies to help support and make a
that morning, starting at 10 a.m. The race will begin at 10:30
Glenwood Hall). a.m.” difference in the fight against cancer.
Bouncy House, prizes, “People can text to donate money to help keep Terry's dream The local Rotary Club will be helping again with registration as
hot dogs, face painting. alive to raise money for finding the cure for cancer. |For the Terry they have in the past. In order to help the registrations move
Free to the community. Fox Run all they have to do is type "terryfox" without the along quickly, having your forms and pledges all together and
quotation marks to 45678 to donate $5,” said Broda. “The Terry ready to go would be greatly appreciated.
See Classified Page for Fox Foundation doesn't engage in direct mail soliciting, so if If you are new to the run and need some assistance, someone at
monthly meetings someone doesn't attend the race and donate that way, then it's not the registration table will be more than happy to help you out.
and activities
always obvious how to give. It's an easy way to support the Let’s go Edson, let’s keep Terry's dream alive.
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