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Holy Redeemer prepares for Robin Hood
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The cast has been set, the crew is ready, and all
Fun the people are in place for Holy Redeemer's This includes Everett, Hockett, Larder, Taylor, Times
Sydney Fogarty at Queen Eleanor, Daniel Handford
thirteenth main stage production (lucky 13), Robin
as Eadom, Brendan Inscho as Hilton, Kaitlyn Krebs
Hood.
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“It's amazing that people are really excited about
as Riccon, Ashlynn Martin as Arthur-a-Bland,
this show,” says Drama Teacher Peter Taylor.
“Ever since we announced the show back in April, Sydney McClintock as Will Scarlett, Jordy of the financial costs associated with a production
Robinson as the Bishop, and Josie Sorensen as
people have been asking when tickets go on sale. Much the Miller. of this size. Interested businesses may contact the
Needless to say, we chose the right play.” The show will run from December 2 to 6 and HRH for more information.
The play is based on the folklore of the famous feature 10 performances, four of which will be to Taylor explains now that the cast is set, the real
outlaw whose mission was to steal from the rich local elementary students. “The students love work begins. “The easy part (auditions) is over, the
and give to the poor. This production will include performing for the younger audiences as we find hard part is putting this massive show on stage.
ONLY RUNS IF many of the characters people have come to love they get really excited to see their favourite And this group is the perfect group to get it done.”
If you would like more information on this article
such as Maid Marian, Will Scarlett, Friar Tuck,
characters in action,” says Taylor.
please feel free to contact the school at 780-723-
Tickets for Robin Hood go on sale in early
Little John and the evil Sheriff of Nottingham.
This year's production sparked an enormous November, and it will be presented at the Red Brick 7437, visit our website at holyredeemerhigh.ca or
THEY SEND IN amount of interest, so much in fact that 56 cast and Arts Centre. join our Facebook page: “Holy Redeemer High
crew from grades 7 to 12 will take part in the play.
School” or our Twitter account:
Like any other year, the show is also looking for
The role of Robin Hood will be played by two
grade 12 students, Sam Hockett and Jaryd Taylor. sponsors from local businesses to help offset some @holyredeemerhig.
AN ARTICLE Both boys will split the ten performances come Pacer teams gearing up for season
December and are looking forward to playing the
iconic hero. “This is a really cool opportunity,”
says Hockett. “I get to play one of the greatest
heroes of all time. This is an awesome way to end by Morgan are also offering a
my acting career at HRH.” Konchakowski – “Parkland volleyball seminar
Grade 12 student Tamara Everett and grade 10 Student Council during the first three-
student Jillian Austman are excited to be taking on President Perspective” w e e k r o t a t i o n o f
the responsibility of playing the lead female, Maid With a new school year A Student View Parkland's updated
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EDSON BOYS & GIRLS Marian. “This is the part I was hoping to get all in full gear at Parkland, s t u d e n t s w h o a r e
summer,” says Austman who joined the Drama
so are the Pacer sports
interested. This seminar
CLUB NEWS Program in grade 8. “It's by far the biggest role I've teams. and cross-country. beginning in October. will focus on serving and
Volleyball season is the
Our sports teams will
ever played, and I can't wait to get started.”
first-contact.
PCHS has many sports
Perhaps the most sought after role was the to offer to students, such first to arrive. It starts at be going to many Parkland would like to
the very beginning of
tournaments throughout
Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada infamous Sheriff of Nottingham, which went to as volleyball, basketball, September and ending in their seasons. wish the best of luck to
DID YOU KNOW?: The Club has a very popular after-school grade 10 student Quinn Larder. “This character is badminton, rugby, as N o v e m b e r , w i t h Physical Education our volleyball teams in
program! Why? First the Club provides a safe bus and walk so much fun,” says Larder who stole the show last well as track and field, basketball and archery to teacher Mr. Mark Maris t h e i r u p c o m i n g
system from each school, then provides a healthy after year with his portrayal of Dr. Seuss' The Grinch. archery, golf, wresting follow. Then wresting and Ms. Wanita Willcott tournaments.
school snack and then there is a ton of fun and interesting
programming each day! “This character is just so bad, and there's nothing
better than playing the villain.”
KINDERCLUB: What does KinderClub do? Well they have The entire cast and crew is extremely talented,
gone swimming, bowling, gymnastics, tour of the museum, which can be seen in the many Zone Drama
story time, crafts, baking, horseback riding…& much more.
Registration is open for the upcoming school year.
Kinderclub operates on non-kindergarten days (3 times a
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DISNEYLAND TRIP: Tickets are selling for $10 each and you
can buy yours at Jensen's Lifestyle Clothing store, Just
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Frame it and The Boys and Girls Club at 5414 6 Ave. Last
year our raffle almost sold out so get your tickets today!
Draw date August 31, 2015
JAMBOREE Burger Booth Fundraiser: 2015. This is one of the
Edson Club's successful annual fundraisers! A BIG THANK
YOU! Castle Rentals and Welding Supplies, Boisvert Law
group, Coubrough's Independent Grocery, Helmig Fire
Equipment Inc, Integra Tire, Sobeys, Boston Pizza. Also a
BIG THANK YOU to the many volunteers that helped to cook
and serve the delicious burgers!

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A good place to be Jordan Boisvert is an inspiring 16 year old who Haylie Bourque is a bright 17 year old who attends

723-7240 attends Parkland Composite High School. Parkland Composite High School. Haylie is unsure at
this time what she would like to go in for after she
Jordan is in grade 11, still unsure what he will go
www.bgcedson.com in for after grade 12 but is leaning towards completes grade 12, but says she still has time to
becoming a lawyer. Not sure if he wants to go to figure that out. Haylie works part time at Canadian
school for that many years to become one Tire, she enjoys hockey and fishing. Her best subject
Proud Sponsor of the though. Physic's 20 is his favorite subject in in school is LA, "I am more of an arts person and I
school, when asked why Jordan replied with "I
find writing seems more natural for me rather than
Edson Boys & Girls Club like doing problems and solving them. I enjoy math,” said Haylie.
playing hockey, I have been playing for about
ten years.”


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