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Police ask assistance with stop sign damage September 20
Parkland Auxiliary is sponsoring its annual
Grandparents' Walkathon starting at 10 am form the
By Adrienne Tait Theft complaint investigations were only slightly th
less at 13 while traffic collisions and mischief or lodge. Entry forms are available at the lodge on 9
The Edson RCMP are asking for your help in finding damage calls numbered eleven and ten respectively. Avenue. This is a major fundraiser for the benefit of
the persons responsible for damaging stop signs in Assault investigations numbered 7, while RCMP the Lodge Residents. For more info call Ivan at 780-
town. responded to six incidents involving the Liquor Act, 723-4020 or Ann at 780-723-4522.
Sgt. Jack Poitras said, “We are having problems in five each of assistance, Fire Prevention Act, and
town with people damaging stop signs. If you have any Mental Health Act calls were answered.
information as to any person responsible for these acts, Calls also included four each false or abandoned 911 Blind View
could you please advise the Edson Detachment or calls, and harassment and/or criminal harassment
Crime Stoppers. These acts are causing the town to investigations. There were three calls for service Window Fashions
spend tax payers money to fix and maintain proper involving animal calls, Child Welfare , failure to
street signs that should not be required. Your comply with conditions, family relations, and
assistance in solving this would be greatly Municipal Bylaws. Custom Window Treatments
appreciated.” Single incident responses for the week included since 1988
RCMP responded to 135 calls for service during the failure to stop or remain at a collision, Firearms Act,
week of September 1-7 with the highest number of fraud, impaired operation of a motor vehicle, noise
investigations being for suspicious persons or vehicles complaint, sudden death, and unlawfully in a 780.723.5734 Julie Van Ember
and traffic complaints both which required 15 calls for dwelling. 780.542.0898

Harvest Jam 2014 proves

the show will go on

Skynyrd. C a s h a n d Wa y l o n
by Adrienne Tait Despite the rain and the Jennings.
c o o l e r w e a t h e r Face painting, popcorn,
The band Huckfinny's organizers of the Rotary hotdogs, and balloon
had the Galloway Sundays in the Park were animals were all still part
Station and Museum impressed with the of the day with people of
rocking on Sunday attendance. The event all ages taking part.
afternoon for the final of had been moved indoors The Rotary Sundays in
the Rotary Sunday in the to the Galloway Station the Park free summer
Park season. and Museum in order to concert series has
The band, whose lead a c c o m m o d a t e t h e become a perennial
vocalist used to reside in inclement weather. f a v o r i t e o f l o c a l
Edson, offered a mix of L o c a l b a n d t h e residents. The annual
classic blues and Brandles kicked the summer series featured Fall Consignment
southern rock covers show off with a number local artists, musicians
from artists such as ZZ of country classics from and performers.
t o p a n d L y n y r d legends like Johnny

September 27, 2014 at 11:00 am

New location! Hwy 748N (appox. 11 kms North) Watch for signs!
Auctioneer: Henry Roy/Licence #317874
Concessions Available

Consignments will be taken until September 24 by calling Henry at
780 712 1295

Terms: cash/cheque. GST will apply where applicable.
Sale items are subject to addition or deletion!
Please visit for complete sale listing

Ÿ 30 x 40 x 14 Future Metal Shop Building Package
Ÿ 14’ John Deere Model 210 Disc
Ÿ 15’ John Deere 800 Self Propelled Swather with UII pick up reel
Ÿ 10’ Case Chisel Plow
Ÿ 2 - 12’ Fence Line Feeder Panels
Ÿ 24’ Free Standing Panels
Ÿ 24’ Free Standing Windbreak Panels
Ÿ 20’ Double A Trailer, Tandem Axels (6000lbs)

Shop cabinets, Hitatchi Compound Miter Saw, Lemar Paint Sprayer,
Craftsman Radial Arm Saw, 70 Pot Lights (various styles) Shovels,
Garden Hoses, Air Hoses, Rakes, Extension Cords, 2 Glider Benches,
Tie Down Boomers, Booster Cables, Tarps, Fluorescent Lights, 65 Gal
Tidy Tank w/hand pump, Dog House, Miscellaneous Household,
Laminate Flooring, 1 Pallet of Nova Brick, Colored Tin, (various
lengths) James Hardy Siding, Vinyl Shakes (siding) Sauphet and J

**Upcoming Sale - Saturday, October 18, 2014 - Wild Contracting**

Taking bookings for summer and fall sales
Henry Roy
Local band the Brandles played classic country music for the crowd at the Ph: 780-712-1295
final Rotary Sundays in the Park of the season. Photo: Adrienne Tait
License: #317874
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