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The Athabasca
Requests applications for a
Classifieds
COMPUTER TECHNICIAN II
The primary duties of this position include providing help desk as
well as on site hardware and software support to Aspen View Public
Schools. We provide educational services to 3000 students in grades
K-12. The Division Office is located in Athabasca. Our schools are
located in communities throughout the Counties of Smoky Lake,
Thorhild, Athabasca and the Municipal District of Lesser Slave River.
The position will be based in either the town of Athabasca or the
village of Thorhild depending on applicants. Only applicants currently
eligible to work in Canada will be considered.
Preference will be given to applicants with the following qualifications:
•Adiplomaordegreeinarelatedarea
•RequiredSkills:
o Training in the setup and maintenance of computers
and servers in a Windows Domain
o Help Desk and customer service.
o Knowledge of LANs and TCP/IP
o Imaging and deployment software such as
Symantec Ghost and Microsoft SCCM
o Microsoft Office 2007 thru 2013 applications
o Windows Server 2008-2012 and Active Directory
o Strong communication, interpersonal and documentation skills
•DesiredSkills:
o Microsoft Exchange 2007-2013, Microsoft SQL Server 2008+
o Microsoft Hyper-V 2012 and VMWare 5+
•Additionalskillswhichwouldbeanasset:
o TCP/IP Routing and firewalls, Unix and Linux
o Video Conferencing and VOIP technologies
o Cloud computing (Google Apps)
The salary range for this position is $23.91 to $35.47 per hour. For
further information please call the Director of Information Technology
Services, Mr. Ernest Aleixandre at (780) 689-7447.
Submit your resume in either Microsoft Word or PDF format to our
Human Resources Department, with your supporting documentation,
references and the competition number SS70201438. Resumes
received by NoononWednesday,November12th,2014will receive
careful consideration, however this position will remain open until
a suitable candidate is hired. We thank you for your interest in this
position but only those short listed will be contacted.
HumanResources
AspenViewPublicSchools
3600-48Avenue,
Athabasca,AlbertaT9S1M8
Phone: (780)675-7080
E-mail: [email protected]
Website:www.aspenview.org
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The Athabasca
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Saturday, November 8
Perryvale Community Hall
Shoots start at 5:00 p.m.
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High Score Trophy
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Ham Rolls
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ASPEN VIEW
PUbLIC SChOOLS
Requests applications for:
Requests applications for the following position:
0.7 FTE TEachEr – SmiTh School
Smith School, located in the Town of Smith, provides educational
services to approximately 70 students in grades K-12. This medical
leave temporary position will commence on Monday, December
1, 2014 and will include 0.5 FTE in the classroom and 0.2 APPLE
Schools Health Facilitator. The teaching assignment will include, but
is not limited to Grade 7 – 9 Science, Grade 8/9 Math, Grade 7 Social
Studies and several elective courses. Smith School is a Leader in Me
school therefore a knowledge of The Seven Habits of Highly Effective
People and The Leader in Me would be considered an asset.
Additional information may be obtained from Brenna Liddell, Principal,
Smith School, 780-829- 3979.
This position will commence December 1, 2014 and expire on
March 6, 2015.
Please submit application, complete with at least two references,
a current criminal records check, Alberta Education Teacher
Certification or proof of application and competition number to the
address below. We appreciate the interest of those applying, however,
only those short listed will be contacted. Short listing for this position
will begin at noon on Wednesday, November 12th, 2014.
Competition #: TCH10201439
Human Resources
Aspen View Public School Division No. 78
3600 – 48 Avenue,
Athabasca, Alberta T9S 1M8
Phone: (780) 675-7080
Fax: (780) 675-3660
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.aspenview.org
1 FULL TIME EDUCATIONAL
ASSISTANT POSITION
– NIghT WIND INSTITUTIONAL SChOOL
– ROChESTER, ALbERTA
Night Wind School, located in the hamlet of Rochester, provide
educational services to approximately 7 to 10 FNMI female students
aged 12 – 18. The successful candidate will work under the guidance
and direction of the classroom teacher at the Night Winds Treatment
Centers in Rochester. A background knowledge of inclusive education
and special education would be an asset for these positions.
For more information, please contact Derm Madden, Associate
Superintendent, at [email protected] or via telephone
at 780-675-7080 ext 109 or cell 780-213-1023. Preference will be
given to candidates with appropriate training and/or experience. The
current salary ranges from $14.84 - $22.56 depending on training,
certification and experience.
This position will commence upon immediately upon hiring.
Competition Number # SS70201433
Submit your resume in PDF format to our Human Resources
Department, with your supporting documentation, references and
the competition number as above. Resumes received by 12 noon
on November 10th, 2014 will receive careful consideration, however
this position will remain open until a suitable candidate is recruited.
We thank you for your interest in this position but only those short
listed will be contacted.
Human Resources, Aspen View Public School Division No. 78
3600 – 48 Avenue,
Athabasca, Alberta T9S 1M8
Phone: (780) 675-7080
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.aspenview.org
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Claimants Claimants
Estate of
ElEanor GracE
MantlE who died on
May 16, 2014.
If you have a claim against
this estate, you must file
your claim by November 30,
2014, and provide details of
your claim with:
Marlene Severson
Representative
at: Box 1260
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above, the estate property
can lawfully be distributed
without regard to any claim
you may have.
Estate of
ALLEN CLARENCE
CRAWFORD who died on
September 30, 2014.
If you have a claim against
this estate, you must file
your claim by December 4,
2014, and provide details of
your claim with:
Paula J. Kinoshita
Barrister & Solicitor
at Quantz Law Group
#220, 8 Perron Street
St. Albert, Alberta
T8N 1E4
If you do not file by the date
above, the estate property
can lawfully be distributed
without regard to any claim
you may have.
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10 a.m.- 3 p.m.
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Santa arrives at 12:30
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JOANN HANSON
MEMORIAL
SCHOLARSHIP
A.T.A. LOCAL #7
Each year the members of Aspen View Local of the Alberta
Teachers’ Association award up to three (3) scholarships of
$1000.00 each to graduates of the school division who are
in their third, fourth, or fifth year in Faculty of Education
in the Province of Alberta.
Eligible applicants must demonstrate satisfactory academic
standing by sending a copy of their university transcripts
with their application. Each application must be submitted
in the form of an essay of approximately 500 words
which outlines the applicants’ educational background,
community and school involvement, future plans, and
knowledge of the A.T.A’s duties and responsibilities. As
part of the selection process, all candidates may be required
to attend a personal interview.
A candidate is only eligible to receive this scholarship once.
For further guidelines, see http://local7.teachers.ab.ca/
News/Pages/Index.aspx
Please send applications to:
A.T.A Local #7 Treasurer, Shelly Gurba
4708 49 Ave, Athabasca, AB T9S 1R3
[email protected]
www.athabascaadvocate.com
Advocate
The Athabasca
Classifieds
request for proposal
It is the intent of the Athabasca Regional Multiplex Society to engage the
services of an accounting firm to act as “Society’s Bookkeeper” for all their
financial, payroll and benefit services with the society.
Athabasca River Runners Snowmobile Club
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Wednesday, November 12
7:30 p.m. at Clubhouse
Terms of Reference for the Request for Proposal may be obtained at
the Athabasca Regional Multiplex Society Administration Office at
2 University Drive, Athabasca, Alberta, T9S0A3 or visit our website at
www.athabascamulitplex.ca.
(1 mile west of Athabasca on Hwy. 2)
Request for Proposals will be received by the undersigned up to 3:00 p.m.
local time, November 14, 2014, addressed as follows:
Our regular monthly meetings are the 2nd Wednesday of
every month. NEW MEMBERS WELCOME!
RFP – Bookkeeping Services,
Athabasca Regional Multiplex Society
2 University Drive, Athabasca, Alberta, T9S 0A3
Attention: Mr. Brad Gilbert, General Manager
For more information, call Dave at 780-675-3229
or Lynn at 780-675-2154 or email: [email protected]
RALLY DATE:
February 21, 2015
The selection of the “Bookkeeping Service” shall be at the expressed decision
of Athabasca Regional Multiplex Society.
ASA Memberships can be purchased at
AThABASCA OUTDOOR PRODUCTS or at any meeting
Applications must be received by January 31, 2015.
Scholarships will be awarded before June 30, 2015.
Please include contact information to all applications.
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Classifieds
Margaret
(NipshaNk)
saddleback
wanda
(logan)
nipshank
august 4, 1946
– October 10, 2013
november 16, 1925 –
october 14, 2009
God saw you getting tired
and a cure was not to be.
So he put his arms around you,
and whispered “Come to Me”.
With tearful eyes we watched you,
we watched you fade away.
Although we loved you dearly,
we could not make you stay.
A golden heart stopped beating,
hardworking hands now rest.
God broke our hearts to prove to us
He only takes the best.
Love your Children, Grandchildren,
Sisters and Brothers
Road To Hope
Thanks You
We would like to thank the following individuals & businesses
for their generous donations in September & October:
Those we love remain with us
for love itself lives on
Cherished memories never fade
because one loved is gone
Those we love can never be
more than a thought apart
For as long as there is a memory
they live on in our heart
Love your Children,
Grandchildren
and Great-Grandchildren
• Stitchin’ Man LLB • Blue Heron • Access Pipeline
• Tarrabain Shell Oil, LLB
• Edwin Parr Composite School
• Lincoln County Oilfield Services • Annie Syryda
• Jenn Oba • All who donated to the
Pimped Out Pumpkin Silent Auction
• Susan Irla, Kinsmen Club of LLB
• Reuben & Mary Coleman
• Mary & Dana Rudko
• David & Elizabeth Chomik
• Steve Zarusky, North Country Community Council
Ph. 780-327-9442
Thank You
The family of Adrian Salé would like to thank all those who supported us during
this difficult time as Adrian’s health declined and during his passing. Thanks to all
who visited him during his stay in Long Term Care at the Hospital. Your visits were
appreciated.
Jody Swanson & Marc Mayrand
are pleased to announce the arrival of their son
Maxim Olivier
Swanson
Mayrand
Born September 30th, 2014 at 12:57 pm
9 lbs 3 oz, 19 1/4” long
Little brother to Brett & sisters Zoey & Mia
Grandparents Dale & Yvonne Swanson of Athabasca
and Nicole Jalbert & Marcel Mayrand of Québec.
Special thanks to Dr. J. Mayo and staff at the Royal Alex Hospital.
A special thanks to Dr. Mol and all the other Doctors, the nurses and care aides who
looked after Adrian.
We would also like to thank all our family and friends who travelled here for the
service, who brought food, flowers, cards and made donations to various charities
in Adrian’s name. Thank you to Father Hong Nguyen for conducting the service
and for visiting him in the hospital. To Paulette Nimco and Jackie Twinning for
the “Readings” at the service. To Grace Nimco and Ida Edwards for providing the
music. To all the Honorary Pallbearers, Ed Astasiewicz, Allan Doole, Bob Senyk.
Kevin Senyk, Nick Widdis, Jason Rannelli, Michael Rannelli and Kevin Haines. We
would also like to thank the CWL ladies for preparing and looking after the lunch
for us. A special thank you to Dale and Natasha Kapitaniuk, Funeral Directors at the
Athabasca Community Chapel for all their help and guidance during this difficult
time.
Sorry if we missed anyone, please accept our apologies.
Athabasca Advocate, Tuesday, November 4, 2014 - 39A
PLACING AN ANNOUNCEMENT:
Memoriams and Thank You’s are $30.00 plus GST. Pictures
are an additional $10. Obituaries are $60.00 plus GST or
$70.00 plus GST with picture and can be dropped off at the
Advocate office, faxed to 675-3143 or phoned in to
675-9222. Longer announcements may be subject to an
additional charge. Announcements must be pre-paid. To
protect against errors, please make sure submitted copy is
either typed or printed in a legible fashion.
100.
Obituaries
Andrew (Andy) Paul Shalapay
1949 - 2014
On September 16, 2014 Andrew
Paul Shalapay of Athabasca
passed away at the age of 65
years. Andrew is survived by his
sons: Robert (St. Albert); Andrew
(Amanda)
(Morinville);
Christopher (Drayton Valley);
Michael (AJ) (Leduc); Joseph
(Stacey) (Edson); daughter:
Ashley (Edmonton) as well as
twelve grandchildren. Sisters:
Helen Stychin (Kelowna); Gloria
(Lawrence) Zahara (Athabasca);
Lorraine Deisting (Westlock);
Amelia
Guenette
(Fort
Saskatchewan); Anne (Duane)
Fotty (Athabasca); Sophie
(Lanny)
Woloncewich
(Athabasca); Mary (Frank)
Speers (Edmonton). Brothers:
Allan (Edmonton); William (New
Serepta), numerous nieces and
nephews.
Andrew
was
predeceased by his parents John
(1976), Helen (2001); sister Irene
(2014) and grandson Kalib
(2005). Athabasca Community
Chapel - Dale Kapitaniuk Funeral
Director in care of arrangements.
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Obituaries
Ronald Wagner
On Oct. 23, 2014 Ron Wagner of
Athabasca passed away
suddenly at the age of 63 years.
Ron was raised by the Pembina
River in Lunnford, Alberta. Ron
& Annie (nee Henderson) were
married in 1974 and moved to
Athabasca in 1977 to start
Riverside Machine & Welding
Ltd.
Ron apprenticed many
young men over the past 37
years.
Athabasca was great place to
raise a family with the large
farming and industrial community
to service. In 1985, they bought
what was to be just a small
recreational acreage farm, but
the farmer in him turned it into
more livestock and land.
Athabasca was definitely home,
as it also provided all of his
favorite recreational opportunities
to do with family and friends.
The camping, quadding,
snowmobiling, the fishing and
hunting could not equal
anywhere else.
Many times
there where 3 generations joining
in the fun.
Many of the shop’s customers
and friends speak of challenges
they brought to him over the
years and how he somehow
always found a way to make it
work.
Friends, family and neighbors
speak highly of the man who
loved life to the fullest. How he
worked hard and how he played
hard.
Ron was a great family man. His
7 grandchildren will miss his
delight in them. They miss their
“Grampa”!
Ron is survived by his loving wife
of 40 years, Annie; his three
sons: Kevin(Angela) Wagner of
Athabasca, Michael(Brandie)
Wagner of Calgary, Travis(Micki)
Wagner of Calgary; seven
grandchildren: Rylan, Bethannie,
Avis, DezRaye, Vespe, Harrisan,
and Wallace; his brother and
three sisters: Harvey(Edith)
Wagner, Carol(Warren) Johnson,
Esther(Arvid) Rabel, Rita
McKibbin. Ron was predeceased
by his parents, Alex and Katie
Wagner and his brother, Wilbert
Wagner.
A Funeral Service was held on
Tuesday, October 28, 2014 at
2:30 p.m. at the Athabasca
Regional Multiplex with Pastor Al
Platt officiating. In lieu of flowers,
donations may be made to the
Athabasca Flips Gymnastics
Club Building Fund. Athabasca
Community Chapel in care of
arrangements (780) 675- 3996.
110.
In Memoriam
In Loving Memory of
Charles Martynek
(May 7, 1928-Nov. 5, 2011)
Remembrance is a golden chain
Death tries to break but all in
vain;
To have, to love and then to part
Is the greatest sorrow of one’s
heart.
Time may wipe out many things,
But this they wipe out neverThe memory of those happy days
When we were all together.
Ever loved & sadly missed by,
Delores & Children,
Lenard & Carla, Janet,
Rhonda & Wade
& grandchildren.
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Thank You
Thank You
“A life well lived is a life
remembered with love.”
The family of the late Gordon
Willsie wish to thank everyone for
their support and kindness during
the loss of our special father,
grandfather
and
greatgrandfather.
Thank you to the doctors and
nurses at the hospital for taking
care of our dad. To Dr. Michael
Burger and Dr. Leon Burger, a
special thanks for their
continuous support and comfort.
Thank you to Dale, Natasha and
Pam
of
the Athabasca
Community Chapel for all your
guidance
and
genuine
thoughtfulness.
To Pastor Al Pratt, we are very
grateful for all the visits you
shared with our dad in the
hospital, your prayers of comfort
and the heartfelt words at the
service.
Thank you to Dana Strong and
Ida Edwards for their musical
talents. Each song was special.
To
David
Maguire,
we
appreciated the eulogy you
prepared for your own friend of
many years. Each word was
thoughtfully chosen and
genuinely spoken.
We a r e t h a n k f u l a l l t h e
grandchildren were pallbearers
and honorary pallbearers.
Thanks also to everyone involved
in preparing and serving the
lunch as well as setting up the
New Pine Creek Hall.
Thank you to our extended family
and dear friends for the cards,
visits and generous donations
made in our father’s honor. Your
kindness will always be
remembered.
The Gordon Willsie Family
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Thank You
Thank You
Lohouse Richard (Duke)
We would like to thank everyone
who came to join us for Duke’s
Celebration of Life. Thanks to
everyone who sent flowers,
cards, phone calls & came to
visit. Thank you to the ladies who
served lunch at Newbrook Hall.
A special thanks to Rose &
Henry for their kindness. Henry
for driving Duke to his treatment
at the Cross & Rose for letting
Henry be gone everyday; much
appreciated.
Yours sincerely;
Lohouse Children & Families,
Irene Doole & Families.
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Thank You
We would like to express our
heartfelt thanks to our family&
friends for the many thoughtful
acts shown to us during the
sudden loss of our son & brother
Curtis Siminick.
Thank you to all who brought
food, sent flowers & cards. Thank
you for your charitable donations
& for keeping us in your prayers.
We will always be grateful to the
neighbors who showed kindness
to Curtis & for caring about him
by taking him for groceries, their
visits & for giving him odd jobs.
Curtis truly appreciated your acts
of kindness & your friendship.
A very special thank you to his
cousin Brent Siminick for making
the beautiful cremation casket &
to cousin Stacey Lecomte
(Siminick) for giving the eulogy.
Thank you to cousin Karen
Zelman for the music, also to
Reverend Marty Hays for the
service & to Dale & Natasha for
the gentle way you treated our
family & for the lovely lunch.
Thank you to the person who
reported the fire & to the Boyle,
Colinton & Athabasca Fire
Departments, also the Boyle
RCMP for responding so quickly.
All of the love & support during
this sad time in our lives is much
appreciated.
Mother Ferris Meeks ( Mike)
Brother Jerry (Alma)
& Rob (Ruby) Siminick
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Athabasca District Agricultural Society
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Monday, December 8, 2014
Athabasca Agriplex Building
(3km north of town on Hwy.813)
6:30 p.m. - Supper to follow
Topics Covered: Election of Board of Directors, Budget Approval, Past Year Review
New Members Welcome!
For more info, call Lesia at 780-675-4645 or email: [email protected]
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Thank you to everyone who came,
to everyone who called, to everyone who sent cards
and to those who brought gifts in the celebration
of my 90th Birthday. It was so much fun to see
everyone and visit. I hope you enjoyed your
afternoon as much as I did.
Your well wishes will truly be cherished!
Blessings to all!
Nina Rys
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COMING EVENTS
Brought to you by:
November 4 – Bingo! @ Boyle Seniors Drop in
Center. Starts @ 7:00pm Go-go’s, Shaded 7’s,
other games, Nevadas & Progressive Bonanza in
54#’s. Bring a friend!
November 6 - “Microsoft Excel for Beginners”
spreadsheets course at Athabasca United Church,
4817 - 48 St., in cooperation with Know it Sooner
Computer Training. 9 am to noon. Fee $40
plus $10 for manual (recommended) and $10 if
laptop use needed. Phone 780-675-2341 or email
[email protected] for information
& to register.
November 7 - At the Athabasca Legion Pubstumpers! Come and join us - stretch your
grey matter, no team, no problem - we will
accommodate all !! Free event, open to everyone!
7 pm sharp start, dinner available for purchase
$7.00. Fun, door prizes, 50/50 draw - come and
see what it’s all about. Call 780-675-2173 for
more details
November 8 – Saint Alphonsus Supper @ Boyle
Community Center from 5 to 7pm. Adults $15.00,
Children 6-12 yrs $7.50, under 6 free.
November 8 – Perryvale Annual Turkey Shoot @
Perryvale Hall. Starts at 5 pm. Youth, Women &
Men shoots.
November 8 - Colinton Christmas Craft and Gift
Sale. To book a table call Cheryl 780-675-4940
or email [email protected]
November 11 - Bingo sponsored by Rochester
Ag Society at Rochester Community Hall Doors
open at 6:00 bingo starts 7:00. Go-Go’s, Half the
House, Bonanza, Odd and Even and more. 50/50
draw and door prizes. Everyone welcome.
November 13 – AGM for the Magnificent River
Rats Festival @ 7:00 pm at Turnabout Avenue
Place 5412-50 Avenue, Athabasca. Join the
festival; Executive members needed! Call 780675-4524
November 14 – Athabasca university Christmas
Artisan & Gift Show! Showcasing one of a kind
arts & crafts, baked goods & more!!! 11 am-7
pm @ Athabasca Multiplex Fieldhouse. For more
info call Sherri 780-675-6808 or email: [email protected]
athabascau.ca
November 14 – Athabasca Farmer’s Market at the
Multiplex, 11 am-3pm Tables of: Honey, Meats,
Chickens, Sausages, Eggs, Pies, Cakes, Breads,
Pickles, Kettle Korn, Cotton Candy, Chocolates,
Woodcrafts, Hats, Baby-Wear, Cards, Jewelry,
Soaps, crafts & Much More. Vendors call 780675-4398 Contact us at: athabascafarmersmarket.
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November 14 - At the Athabasca Legion Pubstumpers! Come and join us - stretch your
grey matter, no team, no problem - we will
accommodate all !! Free event, open to everyone!
7 pm sharp start, dinner available for purchase
$7.00. Fun, door prizes, 50/50 draw - come and
see what it’s all about. Call 780-675-2173 for
more details
November 15 - Pot Luck & Silent Auction at
Meanook Hall, Supper at 6:00 pm Grocery
Hamper donations for hamper and silent auction
accepted. for more info call 780-675-3971
November 16 – Craft & Bake Sale @ Grassland
Community Center from 10:00 – 3:00pm Lunch
available $10.00 To book a table call Ruth @ 780525-2332. Event sponsored by Grassland Ag
Society.
November 16 – Community Hymn Sing “Plus”
at Pleasant Valley Lodge at 3 pm. Everyone
Welcome! Please note change of location & time.
November 19 - Athabasca & District Music
Festival Meeting @ 1:00pm Turnabout Avenue
Place 5412-50 Ave. Call Ida 780-675-4524 email:
[email protected]
November 19 – Regular Meeting of the Athabasca
Healthcare Centre Auxiliary Association at the
AHC, Ruth King room (basement) at 0930 am.
New members always welcome.
November 22 – Christmas Tea, Craft & Bake
Sale @ St.Andrew’s Zion Church, Colinton 10:002:00pm
November 25 - Breakfast at the Athabasca
Senior’s Drop-in Center 7:30-10:00 am. Price
$7.00. Pancakes, eggs, sausage, ham, strawberry
& syrup toppings, coffee & juice. Everybody
welcome. Sponsored by the Athabasca & District
Senior Citizens Society.
November 25 - Bingo sponsored by Rochester
Ag Society at Rochester Community Hall Doors
open at 6:00 bingo starts 7:00. Go-Go’s, Half the
House, Bonanza, Odd and Even and more. 50/50
draw and door prizes. Everyone welcome.
November 27 - AGM @ Meanook Hall 7:oo pm
Come out and see what our thriving community
can offer. call 780-675-3971 for more info
November 29 – Athabasca Christmas Farmer’s
Market at the Multiplex, 11 am-4 pm Tables
of: Honey, Meats, Chickens, Sausages, Eggs,
Pies, Cakes, Breads, Pickles, Kettle Korn, Cotton
Candy, Chocolates, Woodcrafts, Hats, BabyWear, Cards, Jewelry, Soaps, crafts & Much
More. Vendors call 780-675-4398 Contact us
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December 6 – Boyle Public Library Christmas
Craft Sale at the Boyle Community Centre,
main floor from 9 am – 2 pm. Wide variety
of handcrafted items, last chance to get in on
giftware and home décor. Pancake breakfast
by Boyle Senior’s Drop-in Centre. Proceeds go
toward new building fund. For more info contact
Gail at 780-689-4078 or Kathy at the Library –
780-689-4161.
December 06 – Athabasca Farmer’s Market at the
Multiplex, 11 am-3pm Tables of: Honey, Meats,
Chickens, Sausages, Eggs, Pies, Cakes, Breads,
Pickles, Kettle Korn, Cotton Candy, Chocolates,
Woodcrafts, Hats, Baby-Wear, Cards, Jewelry,
Soaps, crafts & Much More. Vendors call 780675-4398 Contact us at: athabascafarmersmarket.
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December 9 - Bingo sponsored by Rochester
Ag Society at Rochester Community Hall Doors
open at 6:00 bingo starts 7:00. Go-Go’s, Half the
House, Bonanza, Odd and Even and more. 50/50
draw and door prizes. Everyone welcome.
December 13 - Athabasca Farmer’s Market at the
Multiplex, 11 am-3pm Tables of: Honey, Meats,
Chickens, Sausages, Eggs, Pies, Cakes, Breads,
Pickles, Kettle Korn, Cotton Candy, Chocolates,
Woodcrafts, Hats, Baby-Wear, Cards, Jewelry,
Soaps, crafts & Much More. Vendors call 780675-4398 Contact us at: athabascafarmersmarket.
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December 13 - Christmas Potluck Supper! Santa
will be coming to visit with bags of goodies for
the kids. Singing ,door prizes grocery hamper.
Come on out and bring the kids for more info call
780-675-3971
December 14 – “Jimmy the Janitor” Dinner &
Show, Sunday meal at 5:30 pm. Show starts at
7:30 pm at the Boyle Community Centre. Advance
tickets - $35.00, Corporate tables available. Call
Shirley – 780-689-2439 or Linda – 780-689-2417.
Presented by the Ellscott Community Association.
December 23 - Bingo sponsored by Rochester
Ag Society at Rochester Community Hall Doors
open at 6:00 bingo starts 7:00. Go-Go’s, Half the
House, Bonanza, Odd and Even and more. 50/50
draw and door prizes. Everyone welcome.
January 4 - Bingo sponsored by Rochester Ag
Society at Rochester Community Hall Doors open
at 6:00 bingo starts 7:00. Go-Go’s, Half the
House, Bonanza, Odd and Even and more. 50/50
draw and door prizes. Everyone welcome.
January 18 - Bingo sponsored by Rochester
Ag Society.at Rochester Community Hall Doors
open at 6:00 bingo starts 7:00. Go-Go’s, Half the
House, Bonanza, Odd and Even and more. 50/50
draw and door prizes. Everyone welcome.
January 28 – Annual General Meeting of the
Athabasca Healthcare Centre Auxiliary Association
at the AHC, Ruth King room (basement) at 0930
am. New members always welcome.
February 2 - Bingo sponsored by Rochester
Ag Society at Rochester Community Hall Doors
open at 6:00 bingo starts 7:00. Go-Go’s, Half the
House, Bonanza, Odd and Even and more. 50/50
draw and door prizes. Everyone welcome.
February 17 - Bingo sponsored by Rochester
Ag Society at Rochester Community Hall Doors
open at 6:00 bingo starts 7:00. Go-Go’s, Half the
House, Bonanza, Odd and Even and more. 50/50
draw and door prizes. Everyone welcome.
March 3 - Bingo sponsored by Rochester Ag
Society at Rochester Community Hall Doors open
at 6:00 bingo starts 7:00. Go-Go’s, Half the
House, Bonanza, Odd and Even and more. 50/50
draw and door prizes. Everyone welcome.
AA Meetings – Athabasca – Thursdays at 8
pm. United Church basement, open meetings
last Thursday of the month. Contact Grant 780675-5665. Women’s Willingness in Sobriety,
Mondays at 7 pm at The United Church.
AA Meetings - Boyle - Wednesdays at
8 p.m. in the Anglican Church. Call Augie at
780-689-2844.
AA Meetings - Calling Lake - Thursdays at
8 p.m. in the Community Complex.
AA Meetings - Lac La Biche - Thursdays at
7 pm at the Native Friendship Centre
Addiction Meetings - non 12 Step. SMART
Recovery on line. www.smartrecovery.org For
more information contact Stuart 780-675-3682
Al-Anon – Athabasca - Meetings Thursdays at
8 p.m., United Church, upstairs.
Al-Anon - Boyle - Wednesdays at 8 p.m., St.
Alphonsus Church, left rectory door. Call Lori
at 780-689-2844.
Al-Anon Meetings - Westlock - Tuesdays
1:30 p.m. & Friday 8 p.m. Trinity Lutheran
Centre.
Alice B. Donahue Library and Archives - Board
Meetings 2nd Thursday each month (except
July & August) at 5 p.m. in the Archives.
Alice B Donahue Library & Archives
is offering Story Time every Friday at
10:30 a.m. for more information please call
780-675-2735.
All Saints Anglican Church offers Sunday
School Classes. Come as a family & join
us. Services at 10:30 a.m. Please join us for
lunch & fellowship after the service. Everyone
welcome. For more information call Delores
@ 780-675-2880
Amber Valley ”Music Jam” every 2nd Saturday
of the month, concession available from 5-9 and
50/50’s (except June, July, August and September).
Amber Valley Hall - Available for rent, upgraded
ticketed kitchen, lots of water, playground, ball
diamonds, and lots of parking. For reservations
call Lucia at 780-675-1820 or Marion 780-675-4395
Aspen Ridge Christian Fellowship Services
Sunday 10 a.m. Sunday School provided.
All are welcome. For more information call
780-675-2695.
Athabasca & Area FCSS - Family & Community
Support Services, serving the surrounding
communities of Athabasca, offering various
services such as counselling, Seniors Advocate,
meals on wheels, mentorship, family support,
babysitter safety course, parenting support,
family resource library etc, supported by County
of Athabasca, Town of Athabasca, Village of Boyle
& Summer Villages of Mewatha Beach, Sunset
Beach, volunteers welcomed call Athabasca
780-675-2623.
Athabasca Breast Cancer Support Group
meets second Tuesday of the month, 7 p.m. at
the Whispering Hills Primary School. For more
information, call Madena at 780-675-9232.
Athabasca Community Handbell Ringers
practices Saturdays 10:00 am at Athabasca
United Church, 4817 48 St, Athabasca. New
ringers welcome. For more information, call
Monica Rosborough at 780-675-7787 or email
[email protected]
Athabasca & District Music Festival next
meeting Nov. 19, 2014 @ 1:00pm Turnabout
Avenue Place 5412-50 Ave. Call Ida 780-6754524 email: [email protected]
Athabasca & District Seniors Society - Stop by
for a visit and coffee. Pancake Breakfast the last
Tuesday of every month from 7:30 to 10 a.m. Bingo
the first, third, and fifth MONDAY of each month,
7 p.m. Crib Social the second, fourth, and fifth
Thursday of each month. Contract Bridge &
Canasta every Tuesday, starts on September 13.
Athabasca Farmers’ Market at the Multiplex,
11 am - 3 pm. Tables of: Honey, Meats,
Chickens, Sausages, Eggs, Pies, Cakes,
Breads, Pickles, Kettle Korn, Cotton Candy,
Chocolates, Woodcrafts, Hats, Baby-Wear,
Cards, Jewellery, Soaps, Crafts & Much
More. Vendors Call 780-675-4398 Contact
us at: athabascafarmersmarket.com twitter:
@athabascafm
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or email
[email protected]
Athabasca Fish & Game Assoc. meetings held
at 7 pm on the 2nd Wed. of the month from
September to May, inclusive, at the Prov. Bldg
lower boardroom. Call Dianna 780-698-2327
for additional information.
Athabasca Garden Club meets the 3rd Tuesday
of every month. Pot luck and meeting. Contact
Lynne at 780-675-5380.
Athabasca Heritage Society Meetings on the
2nd Monday of the month at 7 p.m., Location:
upstairs at the Train Station.
Athabasca Landing Toastmasters meet every
Wednesday from 7:30 to 9:30 at Turnabout
Avenue Place, 5412 - 50th Ave, Athabasca,
from September to June excluding holidays.
Contact info: Doug Kariel at 780-675-5099
Athabasca Lions Club Meeting 1st and 3rd
Thursday 7:30 p.m., at the Athabasca Senior
Center. Everyone welcome.
Athabasca Native Friendship Centre – Friday
Luncheon from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm at the
Friendship Centre. Stew, Soup, Bannock or
Bread, $5.00/person. Take-out available.
Call the Friendship Centre for more info at
780-675-3086.
Athabasca Native Friendship Centre is open
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-Fri. The Riddle
Store is open from Mon-noon to 4:30 p.m. and
Tues-Fri 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Volunteers are
welcome. Please donate your gently used
clothing and small household items to the
store. Athabasca Native Friendship Centre
Weekly Soup & Bannock is starting once again
with Chili & a Bun. Fridays 11:30AM - 1:30PM.
Cost is $5.00. Menu will change weekly.
Takeout available. Call 780-675-3086.
Athabasca Poetry Support Group - meets every
2nd Wednesday, for more information call
780-675-1860.
Athabasca Pottery Club – September 17 –
AGM at 7 pm; September 24. Registration Night
at 7 pm; classes begin October 1 Wed. eve or
October 2 Thurs afternoon.
Athabasca Quilt Guild - meet the 1st Thursday
of each month in the Art Room at LTIS, Sept. June at 6:30 pm. New members welcome.
Athabasca Recreational Trails Association
(Athabasca Landing / Peace River Trails)
Meetings will be held the 3rd Thursday of each
month, and for questions, people should call
Leanne at (780)213-0125.
Athabasca Reformed Congregation 5310 – 47 Ave, (Old Pleasant Valley Lodge).
Worship Service at 10:30 a.m. Sunday
morning, all are welcome. Visit our website at:
http://arc.rcachurches.org
Athabasca River Runners Snowmobile Club –
meetings every 2nd Wednesday of the month
from October - April at 7:30 pm at the Club
House 1 mile west of Athabasca. Call Dave
@ 780-675-3229
Athabasca
Royal
Canadian
Legion
#103 - Open Wed. - Fri. 4pm - til close
and Saturdays 2 pm - til close. Friday &
Sat Beat the Deck 5:30pm. Saturday Meat
Draws start @ 4pm. Pubstumpers every Friday
night at Athabasca Legion Lounge at 7:00
p.m. Members’ General Meetings held on
4th Tuesday of each month. Become a
member today. Call 780-675-2173 or visit:
athabasca.infomall.ca/legion103
Athabasca United Church meets Sundays 10:30
a.m. at 4817 48 Street (across from the Senior’s
Centre). Call (780)675-2341, or email secretary.
[email protected] Check out our “Athabasca United
Church” Facebook page! We’re still open, sorry
for the construction mess.
Athabasca Weightlifting Club – Practices
at the Multiplex; Monday & Thursday at
6:30 p.m. & 10 a.m. Saturday. Call Michael
at 780-675-7155 for more information or visit
www.athabascaweightlifting.webs.com
ATRA - Alberta Trail Riding Association invites
you to come out to our meetings (Sept-Apr) on
the 3rd Thursday at 7 at Kirk United Church,
13535-122 Ave., Edmonton. Visitors welcome!
Enjoy local trail rides, mountain trips, clinics,
guest speakers and great fellowship. Visit our
web-site www.atra.ca to see our newsletter for
more information.
Bethel Community Church Boyle - 10:30 AM
Sunday mornings. Phone for details on free art
classes, free online computer learning courses,
Bible Studies, prayer ministry. Pastor Richard
Given. 780-689-5552. On Market Road, ½ Km N
of Boyle Co-op Seed Cleaning Plant on Hwy 63.
Boyle Betterment Community – Meeting every
first Thursday of the month 6:30 p.m. at Village
Office Council Chambers.
Boyle Curling Club - Calling all new curlers,
experienced curlers and families! Come join us
on Tuesday nights for a free curling night for the
remainder of the season. A great opportunity to
try curling, brush up on your current skills,
meet new people and have fun! Please be at
the rink for 6:45 pm so we can set up teams, all
ages and skill levels welcome!
Boyle Farmer’s Market regular season begins May
15 from 1-4 pm at the Boyle Community Centre.
Boyle Gathering Stitches Quilt Group - meets
10 a.m. every Tuesday at St. Paul’s Anglican
Church basement. All stitchers welcome. For
more info call 780-689-2439 or 780-689-3550
Boyle Public Library - Open to the public:
Meetings take place every third Monday (Oct
– Apr) Thursday (May – Sept) of each month
at 6:30pm in the library. Meetings, except at
budget time and annual general meetings are
seldom longer than 1 1/2 hours. No meetings
in July. Summer Reading Program “GO” starts
July 2 and ends August 24, 2013. All Ages are
welcome, come for reading, crafts & more.
Have fun and collect prizes.
Boyle Rural Crime Watch Meeting @ the Boyle
Legion 7 p.m., takes place on the 2nd Monday
of every Month. Everyone welcome!! Please
call Todd 780-675-5414 for more information.
Boyle School Parents Association Advisory
monthly meetings. Second Monday 7 p.m.
Boyle School Library. All parents welcome.
Boyle Seventh Day Adventist Church Services
every week, 10 a.m. phone 780-689-2146 or
780-675-3059.
Boyle Senior’s Bingo - First Tuesday of each
month at Boyle Drop In Centre starting at 7 p.m.
Boyle Seniors Drop-In-Centre Crib every
Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. Everyone Welcome.
Boyle Twilight Twirlers Square Dancing Sundays, 2:30 - 5 pm at the Boyle Senior’s
Drop-In Centre. Everyone Welcome!
Christ Church - Wandering River - 2 pm each
Sunday.
Communities In Bloom - Call Ida at
780-675-4524 for meeting information.
Diabetes & Nutrition Clinics. Call Athabasca
Community Health Services at 780-675-2231.
Ellscott Community Association meets every
3rd Wednesday of the Month. For hall rentals
call Lawrence 780-689-1131
Exercise Classes are being held at the
Athabasca Senior’s Drop-in Centre on Mondays
& Wednesdays from 10:45 – 11:30 am. $2.00
per person per session. Everybody welcome.
Fellowship Baptist Church Services
Sunday 5 pm pre-service Fellowship and
Share Service to follow, located in the
meeting room upstairs Athabasca Multiplex.
For more info call 780-675-3258 or
780-213-2545 everyone welcome.
Forfar Community Hall, rental available, $150.
Please call Carol at 780-675-4307 or Shauna at
780-675-3963 for more information.
Gateway Community Church Boyle Sunday
service at 10:30 am. Located at the crossroads
of Highway 663 and 831. All are welcome to the
Ministry of Restoration with Pastor Grace Hope
Kuleskey. GCC is also available for community
needs. Call 780-689-3933.
Golden Memories Choir - Every Thursday,
beginning September 19 at Anglican Church
Basement. Senior Homes yearly concert member
of N Alberta Senior Choirs. 55+ welcome.
Grassland Ag Society “Windless Wednesdays”
beginning October 15 at the Grassland Hall starts
at 7 pm. For more info call Wanda – 780-5253958
Grosmont Community Hall - available for
rent, ball diamond, BBQ, lots of parking, call
Charlene or Todd 780-675-2515.
Ladies Sewing and Tea. Tuesdays from 1:00PM
– 3:00 PM located at the Athabasca Native
Friendship Centre. All ladies welcome! For more
information please contact 780-675-3086
Language Instruction for Newcomers to
Canada (LINC) - classes available for permanent
residents. Free face-to-face and online classes
available. Athabasca class runs every Tuesday.
To register, contact NorQuest College at
780-644-6700 or [email protected]
Line Dancing Senior Line Dancing for
intermediates at Turnabout Avenue Place,
Mondays at 10:30 AM, $3.00 per person,
5412-50th Ave.
Contact Judy 780-6752989 for more information. Beginners
Line Dancing, at Turnabout Avenue
Place, Tuesdays & Thursdays at 1-2 PM,
$3.00 per person, 5412-50th Ave. Contact Ida
780-675-4524 for more information.
Living Water Anglican Fellowship, part of
the Anglican Network in Canada – Service
time Sundays at 10 a.m., Turnabout Ave. Place,
5412 – 50th Ave., Athabasca Contact info: Pastor
Lyle Lewis 780-675-2734 or Reg Netterville
780-675-5121.
The Magnificent River Rats Festival Event on
June 30 & July 1, 2015 Check our website for
information & updates on the upcoming festival
www.riverratsfestival.com
The Magnificent River Rats Festival
Society meets Thursdays at 6:30
p.m.
at
Turnabout
Avenue
Place,
5412 50 Ave., Athabasca to discuss preparations
for the current year’s Magnificent River Rats
Festival. Check our website for information
and updates on the upcoming Festival. www.
riverratsfestival.com
Meanook Hall open for rental up to 100 people,
780-675-3971 for info.
Missionary Church (east hill) Sunday morning
service at 10:30 a.m. Nursery provided.
Kingdom kids for ages 2-12 during service.
Visit our website at: www.athabascamc.com
N.A. (Narcotics Anonymous) meetings Tues. at
8 pm in the Colinton Church, for more info call
780-675-9861.
New Pine Creek Hall available for rent - call
780-675-2572. Also, History Book available for
sale - call 780-675-2572, 780-675-2864, or
780-675-2859.
Northern Lakes College’s Native Cultural Arts
Museum is pleased to announce that we are now
accepting reservations for educational field trips
designed for grades K-8. For more information
or to reserve a group visitation, please call
the Museum at 780-751-3306 or e-mail:
[email protected]
Northlight Baptist Church - Worship - Sundays,
10:30 am.; Prayer Meeting - Thursdays, 7 p.m.
Colinton Community Centre. Children’s program
and Bible teaching. For more information call
780-689-1905.
Perryvale Hall - FOR RENT. Phone
780-698-2530 or 780-698-2461 for more info.
Pleasant Valley Lodge Crib Tournament, the
first Friday of every month at 1:30 p.m.
Riverview Community Church 3510-48 Avenue,
Athabasca, Sunday Service at 10:30 a.m.
Road To Hope meetings every third Wednesday
of the month, for more information call Madena at
780-675-9232 or Road To Hope at 780-327-9442.
Rochester Cemetery clean up on the afternoon
of the 4th Monday of May, June, July and August.
Rochester Senior’s Centre - Cards every
Monday at 1 pm sharp! Everyone is welcome.
Rochester The Father’s House Church. Join
us for our Sunday Celebration every Sunday in
Rochester School Gym at 10:30 a.m. Potluck
Lunch to follow the service and Sunday School
is provided.
Rochester Thrift Store – open every Saturday,
May through September from 12:30 – 4 pm.
Located in the Rochester Curling Rink.
Rochester United Church Services - No service
in February. Service from March to December,
first Sunday of each month, 11:30 a.m. with Lily
Glebe. All welcome.
Are you interested in joining the Roman
Catholic Church? We will be beginning a
period of inquiry leading into the Rite of
Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) at the
end of September. If you are interested please
contact Father Hong Zamora at 780-675-2411.
Scrapbooking Drop-in. Wednesdays from
1:00PM – 3:00 PM at the Athabasca Native
Friendship Centre. Everyone Welcome! Please
bring own supplies. For more information
please call 780-675-3086
Shiloh Tabernacle - Come and Join us. Prayer
Service Wednesday 7:30 p.m., Youth night
Friday at 7:30 p.m., Sunday School and Sunday
Service 11 a.m.
“Sisters in Spirit” organizational meeting to
be held the first Tuesday of each month. The
meetings will take place at 4919-53rd St, the
Athabasca Native Friendship Centre at 7 p.m. All
families are welcome to participate.
South Athabasca Hall - Accommodates up to
80 people, BBQ & fully equipped kitchen. For
rentals call Evelyn at 780-675-2170. Sponsored
by South Athabasca Entertainment Society.
St. Andrews/Zion Anglican Lutheran Church
Sunday Services 10:30 a.m. - Sunday School
11:30 a.m. with the exception of fifth Sundays
St. Gabriel’s Catholic Church Hall Hall Rentals
available $100.00/day - Kitchen facilities available
for additional fee. Call Jackie at 780-675-4557
St. Gabriel’s Roman Catholic Church,
Athabasca, 4907-53rd St., Mass times:
Saturday - 5 pm; Sunday 11 am;
St. Paul’s Anglican - Boyle - service at
10:30 a.m. every Sunday For more information
please contact Minister Lesley Wheeler Dame at
780-689-3014 or 780-689-4717.
St. Thomas’s Anglican Church, Perryvale, All
Sunday Services at 9 a.m.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day
Saints – meets Sundays at 10:30 a.m. at
4510 28th St. Athabasca. Phone 780-698-2360
or 780-675-1867. Visitors Welcome.
Toastmasters - meet every Wednesday from
7:30 to 9:30 at Turnabout Avenue Place, 5412
- 50th Ave, Athabasca, from September to June
excluding holidays. Contact info: Doug Kariel at
780-675-5099
TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) meets every
Tuesday in basement of the Gospel Chapel.
Boyle. Weigh-in at 9:30 – 10 a.m. Everyone
welcome. Call Shirley 780-675-4629
TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Athabasca
Chapter – meets Thursdays at the Athabasca
United Church. Weigh-in 10:30 a.m., meeting
11:15 a.m. Phone Bernadette 780-675-2805
or Debra 780-675-5879 for more information.
Everyone welcome.
Ukrainian Catholic Church Services
Regular services on: September 14-8:30am;
September 28-11:30am; October 12-8:30am;
October 26-11:30am.
Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Sts. Peter
& Paul – Athabasca (Schedule of Services)
September 27, Saturday 10:00am Divine
Liturgy “Elevation of Holy Cross” - Athabasca;
October 12, Sunday 10:00am Divine Liturgy
“Thanksgiving” - Athabasca; November 16,
Sunday 10:00am Divine Liturgy - Athabasca;
November 23, Sunday 10:00am Divine Liturgy
– Athabasca; December 21, Sunday 10:00am
Divine Liturgy - Athabasca
Wesleyan Church of Canada - near\ Newbrook.
Church service begins at 10:30 a.m. every
Sunday morning, please call 780-576-2274 for
more info.
Westlock Community Art Gallery The gallery/
studio is located in the Westlock Rotary Spirit
Centre on the second floor and an elevator is
available. Hours open are from 12 - 4 pm Fridays.
Whispering Hills Country Music Association:
Jam Session held first Sunday of the month at
1 p.m. Come out for some music & fun at the
Athabasca Senior’s Centre. For more info call
Virginia at 780-675-4699.
Whispering Hills Day Care is a non-profit,
licensed daycare that offers an accredited daycare
program and an after school care program in
Athabasca. Our staff are certified and trained in
childcare and first aid. Parents interested in our
programs should contact our Director, Kristy
Sliwkanich 780-675-7946 for further information
on any of our programs or visit our website:http://
whisperinghillsdaycare.com
Whispering Hills Primary School Fundraising
Committee We now meet the second Tuesday of
the month at 5:45 pm – babysitting is provided.
Words Work Literacy Society Board Meetings
- Second Tuesday of each month starting at
6:30 p.m., from September to June. lower level
of Town Office Building. Call 780-675-5650.