Dreaming about Summer Photo Contest

Jolene Kisilevich Camrose County, Fort Saskatchewan, Highway 15, Highway 16, Highway 45, Minburn County, Uncategorized, Vegreville

We are all wishing for a summer full of activity! We all know that we need to STAY HOME NOW SO WE CAN GO OUT LATER. Therefore, we decided to run a Special Photo Contest till the end of May. While you are at home, and have time to go through your photos, share your photos with us by entering our photo contest. Go East of Edmonton Photo Contest Rules – We are looking for the BEST SUMMER PHOTO! This …

Go East of Edmonton Campground Guide

Jolene Kisilevich Campgrounds & RV Parks, Camping, Glamping, Outdoor Adventures, Parks & Trails, Seasonal Campground, Uncategorized, Water Adventures, Year-round Camping Leave a Comment

Did you hear? We created a stand alone ONLINE ONLY Go East of Edmonton Campground Guide! With over 150 campgrounds and over 3000 campsites – we guarantee you will find great camping spots for the summer! Bookmark it on your phone! Always be sure to check www.albertafirebans.ca Share your camping photos with us on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/GoEastofEdmonton

Let’s Go Support Local Food

Jolene Kisilevich 2018 Let's Go Summer Campaign, Bonnyville, Camrose County, East of Edmonton, Edgerton, Farms and Markets, Highway 13, Highway 14, Highway 28, Local Food, MD of Bonnyville, Northeast of Edmonton, Round Hill, Smoky Lake County, Strathcona County, Thorhild County, Uncategorized

Pull up your socks and get ready for a tasty ride! Foodie fans are in for a delight; this week marks the first ever Alberta Local Food Week, meant to celebrate our local producers and get Albertans to think harder about how and where our great food is made. In the spirit of Alberta Local Food Week, we highlighted our favourite local producers and farms in the Go East Region. Hope you’re not too hungry after reading this! Local Producers …

Jolene Kisilevich Uncategorized

                          — March 2017 —   Kevin, Jolene & Brandon Kisilevich waiting for the Vegreville Country Fair Parade to begin (2001). It was 1996 and married couple, Kevin and Jolene Kisilevich were on the cusp of starting their own marketing business, The Marketer. Jolene was a graphic designer and Kevin was a marketing graduate. They had the skills to receive their first contract — creating the Vegreville Kinsmen Telephone Directory — but they didn’t have an important piece of equipment. …