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Fun involved in collision Times


for Kids

by Adrienne Tait
m e m b e r s o f o u r
transportation staff who
O n W e d n e s d a y , were immediately on the
S e p t e m b e r 1 6 , a t scene to assist our driver
approximately 4 p.m. a and students to treat any
GYPSD school bus was injuries that may have
been sustained during
involved in a collision the incident.”
ONLY RUNS IF the bus at the time of the students still on the bus
near the Wolf Creek road.
The families of the
Seven students were on
collision which occurred were notified of the
accident and were able to
THEY SEND IN regular bus route. pick up their children on
part way through the
site if they so chose.
Because the front of
According to a press
r e l e a s e G Y P S D the bus sustained
damage another bus was
superintendent of schools
AN ARTICLE Cory Gray said, “First and made available to this needs to be used
transport any remaining
foremost, we are relieved
to hear that there were no
serious injuries. We offer students home. in school folder
T h e i n c i d e n t i s
our sincere appreciation c u r r e n t l y u n d e r
for the quick arrival of investigation by the The front end of a GYPSD school bus was damaged in a collision near the Wolf Creek road on
l o c a l e m e r g e n c y RCMP and the GYPSD. September 16. There were no serious injuries. Photo: Dan Fallbacher
personnel along with
EDSON BOYS & GIRLS Football is back at Holy Redeemer


CLUB NEWS TIPS FOR DEVELOPING YOUR


CHILD’S SPEECH AND LANGUAGE
Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada
DID YOU KNOW?: The Club has a very popular after-school 1. Let your child start the conversation and
program! Why? First the Club provides a safe bus and walk respond with interest to what they say.
system from each school, then provides a healthy after 2. Make conversations with your child go back and
school snack and then there is a ton of fun and interesting forth at least 5 times. Ask questions, make
programming each day! comments and wait for replies.
3. Help children learn new words by showing them
KINDERCLUB: What does KinderClub do? Well they have what you mean, relating it to something they
gone swimming, bowling, gymnastics, tour of the museum, are familiar with or using it during pretend play.
story time, crafts, baking, horseback riding…& much more. 4. Use proper words for the names of items vs.
Registration is open for the upcoming school year.
Kinderclub operates on non-kindergarten days (3 times a words that may seem cute.
week in September, 2 in October and once a week the rest 5. Pause when reading stories to comment on the Holy Redeemer’s football team is back again for another season.
of the year). Its affordable $25 per day for the program. story or have them fill in favorite parts.
6. Draw attention to printed words throughout the
TEEN PROGRAM NIGHT: Teen Drop-in program on Thursday day. Familiar signs, the first letter of their name, The leaves are changing training camp and players behind HRH. The last two program. Everyone is
nights from 6:30 to 8:30pm. This program is offered to 13-16 common words. and that can only mean are excited for the games will be scheduled welcome to come out and
year olds that want to be part of the Club's programming 7. Sing songs and rhymes with your child – be silly that football is back again opportunity to once again later in the season. There cheer on the home town
one night a week. The program will offer a safe, fun and and make some up to familiar tunes. at Holy Redeemer. play for their town and is seating available as well t e a m a n d s e e t h e
comfortable place for youth to get together. Some Teen 8. Talk to your child and respond to your child The six-man football school. “I have been able as a full concession with dynamics and athleticism
Night activities: yoga, dodgeball, air-hockey, floor hockey and while doing everyday activities such as getting team returns for its fourth to play football since all proceeds going that six-man football has
of course food. dressed, eating, going for a walk, in the car, season. The team is grade 9 and it has been a towards the Football to offer.
playing, looking at an app etc… coming off some very v e r y r e w a r d i n g
FAMILY FUN RAFFLE: A CHANCE TO WIN A FAMILY impressive pre-season experience,” says grade
DISNEYLAND TRIP: Tickets are selling for $10 each and you Children learn how to talk by engaging in lots of fun play that saw much 12 student Joel Murry. “I
can buy yours at Jensen's Lifestyle Clothing store, Just play and conversations with the important people in growth and many learning can't wait for the regular
th
Frame it and The Boys and Girls Club at 5414 6 Ave. Last their lives. experiences for the squad. season games and playing
year our raffle almost sold out so get your tickets today! “Everyone is really in front of our home
Draw date August 31, 2015 Recognition from Early Childhood Matters goes out growing into their team crowd.”
to the Chamber of Commerce for bringing in the roles,” says Head Coach The Rebels will host
JAMBOREE Burger Booth Fundraiser: 2015. This is one of the annual Side Walk Jamboree for kids of all ages to Mike Bachinsky. “They four home games in the
Edson Club's successful annual fundraisers! A BIG THANK enjoy. are really excited to be regular season this year,
YOU! Castle Rentals and Welding Supplies, Boisvert Law taking the field this fall to with the first two games
group, Coubrough's Independent Grocery, Helmig Fire showcase what they can on Thursday Sept. 24 and
Equipment Inc, Integra Tire, Sobeys, Boston Pizza. Also a Visit our facebook page - Early Childhood Matters or do. on Friday October 2.
BIG THANK YOU to the many volunteers that helped to cook email us at edsonearlychildhoodmatters@ The squad is fresh off Kick-off time is scheduled
and serve the delicious burgers! gmail.com to share ideas. their annual summer for 4:00 pm on the field

FACEBOOK PAGE: Please check out and like the Club's
Facebook page: Boys and Girls Club of Edson and District!
KIDS MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
OUR WEBSITE: www.bgcedson.com

A good place to be Bradley Mitchell is seven years old and in Sadie Longmore is nine years old and in

723-7240 grade three at Evergreen School. grade four at Vanier Community Catholic

www.bgcedson.com Bradley said, “I enjoyed my summer School. “I like school and my best subjects
are math and science. I really like to play
break but I don’t remember what I liked
the most. My favorite color is blue, I like hockey, baseball and go horseback riding. I
Proud Sponsor of the to eat noodles and play baseball. I got got to go camping in Jasper over the

Edson Boys & Girls Club to learn how to play a fiddle and make a summer, it was so much fun. My favorite
color is red and my favorite food is ribs,”
drum over the summer.”
said Sadie.



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