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MainConnect NewslettersEdmonton SouthDecember 2021 Edmonton South Newsletter


December 2021 Edmonton South Newsletter

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at Reeves College!

The Holiday Season has officially started! 

Are you ready for 2022?
Here at Reeves College, we sure are! Let's celebrate together and welcome 2022!


International Day of Person With Disabilities
December 3, 2021

International Day of Persons with Disabilities is an international observance promoted by the United Nations since 1992.

Mini Holiday Giveaway
December 23, 2021

The holidays are right around the corner and we're giving out Starbucks gift cards every week to treat you. Tag a friend in the comment section to enter to win yourself a festive beverage on us. Runs from Dec 3-23. Full details here.

December 23, 2021

It's the most festive time of the year, and we've put together a holiday giveaway that you don't want to miss. The rules are simple: Tag a friend on the social post, and you both enter to win a $100 gift card each. Runs from Dec 13-23. Learn More. 

Christmas Eve
December 24, 2021

Christmas eve marks the culmination of the Advent period before Christmas that starts on the fourth Sunday before Christmas Eve.


Kyril T.

Kyril has shown passion, dedication, and a great eye for attention to detail throughout her time studying with us. More so, her positive energy has been a great addition to our campus.


Support Reeves College as we tackle hunger this holiday season. You can be a part of our Holiday Food Drive initiative by bringing in non-perishables to the campus from December 6th to December 24th. 


Popular customs include exchanging gifts, decorating Christmas trees, attending church, sharing meals with family and friends and, of course, waiting for Santa Claus to arrive.


The name comes from a time when the rich used to box up gifts to give to the poor. Boxing Day was traditionally a day off for servants, and the day when they received a special Christmas box from their masters.

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