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Breakfast program


looking for volunteers Fun for Kids



EDSON BOYS & GIRLS by Deanna Mitchener We have teachers, clean up. Then we have
students, and parents. our bigger breakfasts
CLUB NEWS ONLY RUNS IF at Pine Grove Middle We sometimes have like pancakes, French
The Breakfast Program
businesses that come to
toast or grill cheese that
Youth Interagency
going. So we need five
more volunteers to help
Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada School is looking for volunteer, we have our we have all our grills
out on busy mornings. Board that will be people on grills, a couple
COOL MOVES DAY: September 27 In a generous partnership THEY SEND IN Lisa Rowand is the coming once a month, of volunteers doing prep
with Mondelez International and Boys and Girls Club of coordinator for the and we have had Edson work, set up, and
Canada, the Edson Boys and Girls Club is happy to host an Chrysler come out for a
th breakfast program along cleanup," said Rowand.
Edson Family Cool Moves Day on September 27 2014. This with Lynne Legge. few breakfasts last year "Our volunteers are s
grant opportunity is to encourage and recognize the "We are once again up and they have expressed here from 7 a.m. and we S CHOOL
importance of children and their families to live a healthy AN ARTICLE interest about coming
lifestyle of physical activity and healthy eating. There is a and running for our are usually done all the
number of FREE family recreation activities planned: Family breakfast program here back again this year to clean up by 9 a.m. We are
Swim, Family Skate, Kid Zumba, Family Golf and Family Bowl. at the school every help," said Rowand. l o o k i n g f o r m o r e Times
With partnerships from the Town of Edson, Edson Ice, Edson Tuesday and Thursday " T h e n u m b e r o f volunteers to help out on
Bowl, Edson Golf and County Club. morning. Our program volunteers needed every these mornings, so if you
Please call the Club and ask for Donna to sign up your family is 100% funded by Tuesday and Thursday could or would be
for one or more of the events or for more information. There is corporate sponsors. We depend on the type of interested in helping out
a limited amount of space for some activities therefore it will have businesses in the breakfast that is being please contact the office
be a first come registration. Activities are weather permitting community that sponsor served. We have some at 780-723-5929. We are
and may be subject to change. 780-723-7240 us every year," said easier breakfast meals always in great need of
Rowand. that are just hash browns sponsorship for this
After-School Program: Welcome back After-School Members
"The cost of running with a hard boiled egg program as it is so costly,
and their families to the Club. The staff is looking forward to our breakfast program is and some fresh fruit. We so if you are looking for a
another fun filled after-school programming year. The Club can get away with three
offers child-care and programming fun for children aged 5-12 between $12,000 and great program to sponsor
with a safewalk and bussing program from each elementary $15,000 per year and it is adults and a few students this year give us some Lynne Legge and Lisa Rowand are in need of extra volunteers and
school. run by 100% volunteers. to volunteer on those thought," said Roward. sponsorship for the Breakfast Program at Pine Grove Middle School. Photo:
days for the set up and Deanna Mitchener
KINDERCLUB: This program runs on non-kindergarten days (3
days/week in September, 2 days/week in October and Mondays
from November to June) throughout the school year. This
program is affordable! ONLY $15 per day for this fun, learning
program. Reserve your child's spot today! Programming is from
8am until 3pm members can stay the entire day or a portion of
it. Also children can attend the AfterSchool program from 3-
6pm daily. Daily activities planned are cooking club, computer
learning, stories, crafts, free play and much more.

Our Website: www.bgcedson.com
THANK YOU for your support! Edson Show N' Shine, KBND
Cosplay, Enerplus, ConocoPhillips,
A good place to be


723-7240
www.bgcedson.com Grade 8 students Andrea Pilon (left) and Lareesa Fritzorguer (right) read
parts in the HRH fall production of Miracle on 34th Street and The Grinch.
Lauren MacArthur, Grade 11, is in the back round. Photo: Adrienne Tait
Proud Sponsor of the


Edson Boys & Girls Club



Students at Holy Redeemer High auditioned for parts in the much anticipated fall production of Miracle on 34th Street and The Grinch. Tickets for the play will
go on sale in November with plays scheduled December 3-6. The cast was announced September 12. Photo Adrienne Tait


KIDS MAKE A DIFFERENCE!






Tristen Kuefler is an outgoing five year old. He Kevin Kuefler is six and a half years old. Kevin
said, “I like dark blue, grapes and blueberries. I said, “I’m in grade on at Vanier, had lots of fun over
have two dogs and one cat. I go to K school the summer at the beach. I like the color blue, I
(Kindergarten) at Vanier. I go all week and all day like pizza and playing at the park. I have two
to K school and my teacher is Mrs. Holland. brothers.”








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