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The Weekly ANCHOR

Third annual Extreme Tour a success

by Sonia Delorme highlights the great The bands involved in
facilities we have in the the Extreme Tour share
The Extreme Tour s k a t e p a r k , " s a i d their faith with the youth
stopped in Edson on Kauffman. and provide a connection
September 11 marking the It is an event designed to the local churches
third time the tour has include Edson youth. appreciate. Kauffman
visited Edson. "Skaters sometimes get a said, "The witness is not
Edson youth competed bad reputation and feel as just in words, and song
i n a v a r i e t y o f though they are pushed to l y r i c s , b u t i n t h e
skateboarding, BMXing, the sidelines of the relationships they build
and scooter judged events c o m m u n i t y . A with the kids. One of the
from individual tricks to competition like this artists, Aservant, gave
deck jumping. brings out a cheering away his CDs to anyone

In addition to the crowd to see what these who asked. I think when THE WEEKLY ANCHOR
competition participants kids can do. It has the we bring in positive
and spectators enjoyed a power to bring the people like this into our
concert. The Burn Ins community together," community, everyone
from Elkford B.C., as well said Kauffman. benefits." Custom T-Shirts!
as musical performers
from Texas, and Los A d i D n yone Say...
Angeles entertained the $19.95 including T-Shirt & Transfer
crowd during the event. discounts available
Edson Mennonite church
pastor Aaron Kauffan RIDE?
organized the event with All Full COLOUR!
help from the Christian
Reformed, Baptist, and
Pentecostal churches
along. Local sponsors Or Bring your own pictures & Ideas!
included Kauffman, the
Alliance church, and No additional cost
Castle Rentals who
loaned the group a
The event marked the kick BORN
off to the youth group
season. TO
Pastor Kauffman said,
"About three years ago I GOLF
was invited to a friend's
house for a concert. It Jadeon Scott flying high during the skateboarding event at The Extreme
was held in their living FORCED TO DON’T TELL ANYONE
room for an audience of Tour September 11. Photo: Sonia Delorme WORK YOU SAW ME
about 15 people. There I Photo: Sonia Delorme
first heard Jill Hagen L to R: Braden Mizera, Hunter Bevan, and Justin
perform and met her Kragnes posed after the scooter event held during The Is 4-H for YOU?
husband, Mike. After the ESCAPED a r d eners
concert Mike told me Extreme Tour in Edson September 11. G
about a ministry he and Yellowhead District4-H Club Information
Jill were thinking of Program Year 2015
getting involved with
called the Extreme Tour, Carrot Creek 4-H Club The 4-H Pledge CEREAL
of which I knew nothing Contact: Mary Beaton I pledge
about. A few months later Phone: 780-712-6683 My HEAD to clearer thinking, My HEART to
Mike called me up, told Projects: Beef – Steer, greater loyalty, My HANDS to larger service, And KILLER!!
me that they had gotten Heifer,Cow/Calf & Cleavers my HEALTH to better living, For my club, my
involved, that their Meeting: Sept 15 @ 7:00 p.m. community And my country.
concert in Drayton Valley Place: Old Niton Hall (Niton
About The Alberta 4-H Program
had cancelled, and asked Junction) The first 4-H club was started near Olds, AB in 1917. Since Spread the Best Dirt
if I could organize then 4-H clubs have continued to form throughout the province
The Weekly something in Edson. I Edson 4-H Multi-club and now can be found in more than 70% of Alberta 5040 3rd Ave., Edson, AB 723-5787
communities, and all over North America!
Contact: Glenda Ferguson
How Do You Become A Member?
ANCHOR SPORTS had two weeks to pull Phone: 780-723-5890 Decide what kind of project you would like to be involved in,
something together. That
Projects: Beef, Equine, Rodeo
then find a club that facilitates your interests, contact the
was the first year."
leaders, come to meetings and learn to do by doing! It's really
& Canine
The tour was
strong start in 4-H.
originally started in Idaho Meetings: Sept 30, 2015 that easy! All of the clubs are willing to help new members get a
Place: Edson Baptist Church
The 4-H Motto- “Learn to do by doing”
in 1994 with a goal of Learning through experience is a key objective of 4-H. At all
reaching out to youth Knight Riders 4-H Club levels of 4-H, members are encouraged to learn through active
through music and sport Contact: Tracy Abbott
Who Can Join a 4-H Club??
to encourage them to Phone: 780-723-0925 Anyone between the ages of 9 and 20 can join 4-H!
make healthy choices. Projects: Equine, Welding
What Are Member Requirements?
The Extreme Tour is a Meetings: Next Week, 7:00 · Complete a project record book, signed by leader
non-profit organization p.m. · Attend 70% of club activities
that has been touring Place: Tracy Abbott's Home · Do a communication activity
-prepared by member
Canada for the last four Call for directions and -presented by member in front of a group
-at least 3 min in length
years. questions? · Be involved in a club activity that is a benefit to community
In previous years the Peers 4-H Multi-club · Participate in club's Achievement event
event was held over the Contact: Trent Stanley How Much Does It Cost to Belong to 4-H?
course of two days Phone: 780-693-2436 Members pay an annual membership fee of about $55 to
s e p a r a t i n g t h e Projects: Beef – Steer, Heifer, support the ongoing creation of new projects, programming
costs, insurance fees and volunteer training. Individual clubs
competition and concert Cow/Calf & Cleavers may charge additional fees for programs and events that they
provide. The learning experiences one can gain through 4-H
portions. This year was Meetings: Oct 5, 7:00 p.m. are almost priceless.
the first time organizers Place: Benefits of 4-H Membership
tried a combined effort, · Travel Opportunities
something that Kauffman Hinton High Rock Riders · Learn Judging Techniques
· Public Speaking Experience
said went very well. Contact: Tara Kushnesyk · Scholarships
The Extreme Tour event Phone: 780-865-1608 or · Meeting New Friends
· Accomplishments through Projects
provides a number of 780-223-2230 · Leadership Opportunities
b e n e f i t s t o t h e Projects: Equine · Learn to Volunteer
· Be part of the Community
community. "The first Meetings: T.B.A.
benefit is that it is a free Place: Hinton Come join the 4-H Family, you will be glad you did!
fun event open to
everybody that helps ** If you have any other 4-H questions you can call
build our community and Darlene Becker 782-723-2683
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