Since 2002, Clean Scene has worked with more than 350,000 youth around drug and crime issues. Clean Scene has recently received funding from Youth Justice Canada to launch a program called “Live Your Magic”. LYM is a therapeutic mentorship program for youth aged between twelve to seventeen years who are involved with the justice system and/or have substance abuse issues. Youth will complete up to 60 hours of Live Your Magic programming. This will consist of individual and group sessions that will provide effective thinking skills, eliminate self imposed limitations, and ultimately mentor them into becoming productive healthy members of the community. In addition, the mentors will ensure that youth understand and comply with court, correctional, and legal requirements and are referred as needed to appropriate community services. Youth are provided and empowered with realistic information and referrals to treatment, aftercare and other self – help programs.
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Never to be forgotten
Austin Wayne Coble
Sept 2, 1992 - Nov 28, 2020
It is with the deepest sorrow and regret we announce the passing of our beloved son, brother and family member Austin Wayne Coble. Austin passed suddenly Nov 28, 2020 at his home in north Edmonton at the age of 28. The son of Robert Wayne Coble and Tracy Lynn Orobko born Sept 2, 1992 Austin is survived by his mother and father, brothers Tyson-Lee Coble and Jason Fredrick. He will be mourned by his Grandfather Donald Coble, Uncle Tim (Lisa) Coble, cousins Brandon and Jenna, Aunt Karen (Jack) Van Engelen, cousins Cassandra, Natalie and Justin, Aunty Cheryl Coble, cousin Nic, Aunty Lori Coble (Trevor), cousins Rebecca and Kendra, Grandma Helen Kuzyk, Uncle Tim (Lynn) Mutchler, cousins Erin and Jill, Uncle Glenn Mutchler, cousins Alex and Brad, Mary Mutchler, Uncle Jay Mutchler and cousin Paige, and many great friends.
Austin is at peace and free to move on joining his best friend Wilson, Grandma Iris Coble and Grandparents Dale and Gloria Mutchler.
Anyone who shared a laugh or a meal with Austin quickly recognized him as a diamond in the rough. Tattoos, muscle shirts and a trucker's vocabulary cloaked a passionate and loyal soul. Austin loved his truck, quads, sleds and furry friends. Wilson’s paw was tattooed on his shoulder for eternity. He was proud of his work as a respected concrete finisher and aspired to operate his own business one day.
“Which pain is worse – The shock of what happened or the ache for what never will.”
“If love could have saved you, you would live forever.”
Viewing for family and friends will be held 3:00 – 5:00 pm Dec 3, 2020 at Park Place Funeral Home, 51 Broadway Blvd, Sherwood Park, AB. Due to COVID restrictions viewings will be permitted in groups of 10 in a rotating manner. A Celebration of Life will be organized and posted as circumstances allow.
In lieu of flowers donations to Clean Scene Network For Youth Society would be appreciated. Donate at https://raisefundswithease.com/Donate... The most effective treatment is early intervention.