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12 The Camrose Canadian Thursday November 8, 2012 Tomorrow Project returns to town The Tomorrow Project returns to Camrose next week, giving local residents an opportunity to join the longterm research study into the causes of cancer. It is the study's second visit to Camrose this year. The Tomorrow Project is a research initiative of Alberta Health Services, Cancer Care. By 2013, researchers want to enroll 50,000 Albertans, ages 35 to 69, who have never had cancer. So far, more than 29,000 participants have enrolled; 184 from Camrose. People interested in joining the study are invited to a temporary study centre at the Norsemen Inn Nov. 9 and 10. For information and to join the study, MPSSCS4405819MPSE NOTICE OF OPEN HOUSE 8 November 2012 Cargill Limited Proposed Canola Crush Plant in Camrose County at E 2404620W4 Cargill will be hosting an OPEN HOUSE from 4:30 to 7:30 PM at the Camrose County office Council Chambers (375543 Ave) If you wish to learn more about the project and our Draft Area Structure Plan, please come and join us. SALES SERVICE DIRECTORY ACCOUNTANTS ACCOUNTANTS CHIROPRACTORS DENTURISTS KROEGER JOYCE Chartered Accountants 3831B 44 Avenue, Camrose, AB T4V 3T1 Phone (780) 6792515 Fax (780) 6792507 Linda Norman Professional Corp. Linda Norman, Certified General Accountant 5109 50 Ave., Camrose, AB Phone (780) 6720900 Fax (780) 6727445 LYNES CHIROPRACTIC CENTRE Dr. Darcy Lynes 6018 48 Ave. Camrose, AB 7806790961 7806790962 CAMROSE DENTURE CLINIC Tom Borelli, DD 4867 51 St 7806720128 Denture Service Direct to the Public MPSSCS3977719MPSE NEWSPRINT WE HAVE ROLL ENDS 461049 Ave. Call for availability. 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The Tomorrow Project is part of the Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow Project, which is made up of five regional health studies across Canada. Its mission is to provide a patientfocused, quality health system that is accessible and sustainable for all Albertans. SPECIAL TO THE CANADIAN COUNCILLOR Brandon Blatz Ph. (780)6724426 Fax (780)6722469 Note: This informational advertisement was personally funded by Councillor Brandon Blatz. No public/tax dollars whatsoever were used in its creation or publication. MPSSCS3987805MPSE Festival of Trees on its way Vince Burke Camrose Canadian It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, or at least it soon will at the Camrose Regional Exhibition (CRE). The 18th annual Festival of Trees event is Nov. 23 to 25 and features everything from live entertainment to a petting zoo for kids and of course there are also the traditional Christmas tree decorating and gingerbread house contests. It's all held at the Camrose Regional Exhibition and CRE special events and international marketing manager Marilyn Lee said it continues to grow each year. "Children's world is extremely busy, the petting zoo is a huge draw and of course the Camrose Arts Society has its Spirits of Christmas craft www.stpeterschelsea.com/wholesalejerseys.htmland trade show," said Lee. "Last year was phenomenal as the attendance was; 'wow' they were standing in line out to parking lot. It is a huge start to the Christmas season." The CRE got involved in the event three years ago. "It was a huge undertaking for us and a huge learning curve," said Lee of the CRE getting involved three years ago. "We still work very closely with the core group of (original organizers) and they still play a big part behind the scenes. Lee said this year they have made a change, as there are more activities planned leading up to the Festival of Trees. "This year we have gone back to Unwrap the Magic, a gala dinner and auction with entertainment," she said. "We are looking forward to that on the Thursday evening." Lee Wholesale Jerseys China said events start off Nov. 21 with the Teddy Bear Disco. The gala dinner is the following night and then the Festival of Trees' events follow into the weekend. She said it really helps mark the beginning of the Christmas season for people. "You come out here and it's Christmas all over and it is kind of the kick off. That is how we see it; the start of the Christmas season for Camrose and area," said Lee. "Come out and enjoy an hour, enjoy a day, there's something out here for everyone. There is shopping opportunities and entertainment along with lots for the kids." FUNERAL HOMES Camrose Daysland Telephone 7806722121 Recorded Obituary Line: 7806792400 4817 51 Ave.
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