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Dylan Reynolds benefit coming to Wildwood Runaway

submitted Curling Club to support our members with a fund Quilting
raising dance and both a silent and a live auction
The Wildwood and District Curling Club will for their benefit. The benefit will be held on
be seeking your assistance in a fundraising September 23rd at the Wildwood Hall. We have
venture on behalf of Dylan Reynolds and his hired the very popular band “My Dog Sam” to September 17
family. Dylan Reynolds is a 25 year old member play from 8:00 p.m. until Midnight, and a late
of our club who has had two bouts with leukemia lunch will be served. Tickets are $10 per person Beginner Quilting Class
at very early times in his life. The treatments and 12 year olds and under are free of charge.
then would affect his later health. Dylan became How can you help? Firstly, if you have Cost $75
very ill in April, 2016 and required a liver anything to donate to the silent or live auctions, Includes your take home product
transplant. In July, he came within days of that would be greatly appreciated. You can
passing, but miraculously a liver donor was contact any curling member, phone Al @ 780- fabric and class
found and a transplant was done. 727-3526, or bring it into Evansburg Family
Dylan’s recovery so far has been a series of Clothing. You can make a monetary donation at
small steps forward, followed by setbacks. ATB Financial, or online. Secondly, we need Call to register
During his long recovery time, he must stay near people to come out, and contribute through the 780-723-8084
the University Hospital, as he needs blood tests auctions and the gate. Refreshments will also be
twice each day. The family has had to rent an available.
apartment nearby. Dylan’s father is employed in Let’s pull together, communities, and support Teaches you all of the basic quilting,
the oil patch, and we all know how that has been this family. Let’s have a good time and put a cutting, pressing borders and binding.
going this year! smile back on Dylan’s face!
blind view It is the intention of the Wildwood and District 301 50 Street 780.723.8084
301 50 Street
Edson, Alberta
Edson, Alberta
window Niton School teacher earns Alumni Award
The University of Alberta Alumni Association
fashions is pleased to announce Ms. Margaret Jean Epoch
will receive an Alumni Honour Award for her
leadership as a teacher.
Epoch will lead Niton Central School as the
first Canadian elementary school to receive P INSTALLATIONS P
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Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization * Furnaces/Air Conditioners
January 4, January 25 (UNESCO) Associated School Project Network * Residential Heating Packages
(ASPnet), on Thursday, Sept. 22, at the annual
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Alumni Awards ceremony.
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The Alumni Honour Award recognizes the
February 15 significant contributions made over a number of * Sheet Metal Work
years by University of Alberta alumni to their
profession, their community, to society at large,
March 7, 28 or to the University of Alberta. Niton School teacher, Margaret Jean Epoch, will Email:
The phrase “make the world a better place” is
used repeatedly when people talk about Margaret
April 18 Jean Epoch, ’77 BPE, ’97 BEd, ’02 MEd. As a receive an Alumni Honour Award for her leadership 4640 3 Avenue Authorized Dealer Phone: (780) 723-3553
as a teacher.
teacher and archivist at a small K-9 school in
Edson, AB T7E 1C2
Fax: (780) 723-3552
Niton, Epoch makes a big difference in the
world. Her list of projects, volunteer activities park. She started a fundraiser to help rebuild a
May 9, 30 and awards is lengthy. One of her proudest school in India after the 2004 tsunami, and her Blind View
accomplishments is helping make Niton Central
students sent letters of support to victims after
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School the first Canadian elementary school to the 9/11 attacks and the shooting of four RCMP Window Fashions
* Furnaces/Air Conditioners
June 20 be accepted as a member of the Associated officers in Mayerthorpe, Alta.
* Residential Heating Packages
Schools Project Network by the United Nations
* Electronic Air Cleaners
The Alumni Association invites all community
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Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization members to celebrate this outstanding alumnus’
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July 11 (UNESCO). accomplishments and those of 26 other award Custom Window Treatments
Epoch’s local volunteer work with students,
recipients at the 2016 Alumni Awards. The free
staff and community members includes Habitat
event takes place on Thursday, Sept. 22 at the
since 1988
for Humanity, the Terry Fox Run, Aboriginal
August 1, 29 Achievement Awards, Wigs for Kids, the local Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium (11455 87 780.723.5734 Julie Van Ember
Ave), in Edmonton beginning at 7 pm.
food bank, and many more programs.
For more information, please contact the Office
Epoch also volunteers with victim services and
of Alumni Relations at 780-492-3224, toll free
Sept. 12 helped fundraise for the school’s naturalization 1-800-661-2593 780.542.0898
This little cutie is Misty. Misty is a shy, quite type but
October 3, 24 EDSON FAMILY DENTISTRY once she gets comfortable, this goofy, loveable girl
comes out of her shell.
She is great with the kids and other cats. She is available
November 14 NEW through our foster to adopt program because she is only
8 weeks old.
If you’re interested in giving Misty a forever home
please contact the group for more information
December 5, 26? in our new Thank you to everyone who helped with or donated to
our bottle drive on Sept 2!
Come visit us Saturday, Sept. 17 at
location the new Honda dealership. We’ll have our adoptable
animals there from Noon to 3pm.
5020 6th Ave. Visit for more information or 780-712-6788.
Visit for more information or 780-712-6788.
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For an appointment please call Fax: 780-723-2213
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