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A Very Festive ‘Taste of Red Deer’!

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  • It’s almost that time of year again! The 2017 Festival of Trees runs from November 22-26 and there really is something for everyone! The Festival of Trees has a wide variety of special events planned for guests to socialize, have fun, and support healthcare for the Red Deer Regional Hospital Centre.  Tickets for the festivities are on sale now and you can keep checking in with Todayville, where we’ll be highlighting all the fun and exciting events happening during the Festival!

    Next up…

    Taste of Red Deer – Thursday, November 23, 2017

    6pm – 9pm

    Prairie Pavilion at Westerner Park

    An affordable family or date night out!  Sample delicious appetizers, entrees, desserts, and beverages from some of the best restaurants in Red Deer.  Buy a ticket for the “Date Night” raffle draw!  All in support of the Red Deer Regional Hospital!

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    Interested Restaurants:

    • Are you interest in having your restaurant participate in the Taste of Red Deer?  Please contact the Foundation at foundation@ahs.ca.

    About Festival of Trees

    2016’s Festival of Trees raised $950,000.  Over the years in total, the event has raised $13,880,513.00!

    Funds raised from this year’s Festival will be used to purchase new technology and equipment in two lab departments, Hematology and Microbiology. Festival 2017 funds will also allow for the purchase of new digital technology, called automated digital cell morphology, to further automate the reading of blood films that aid in the diagnosis of different types of blood conditions.

    This new technology will reduce the time it takes to process the samples for testing by 50%. This savings will allow the lab to better utilize its valuable staff resources in the face of an ever-increasing workload, plus will feature automated competency assessments.  Ultimately, patient care will receive the benefits of this important technology at the Red Deer Regional Hospital Centre.

    Click here to donate to the Festival of Trees.

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    Springbrook to construct impressive skateboard park

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  • From the Springbrook Community Skate Park Committee

    Springbrook Community Skate park Committee receives $125,000 CFEP grant from Government of Alberta

    Group is nearly 75% funded for the $635,000 Skate Park Facility

    Springbrook, a young, family oriented community located 8 km south of Red Deer, will benefit greatly from this grant. The $125,000 CFEP (Community Facility Enhancement Program) grant will bring the total funds raised for the project to approx. $455,000 of the $635,000 project total. Red Deer County ($305,000) and community fundraising efforts ($25,000 to date) have contributed to the total.

    Adrian Pidhirney, Committee Director, Springbrook Community Skatepark Committee and FCSS Community Worker commented, “This is a great opportunity for our small hamlet. With nearly 1/3 of our population of 1500 under the age of 20, this park will have major impact now and well into the future. We are hoping to begin construction late this summer, with a completion date of Spring 2020.”

    The remaining $180,000 will be raised through local fundraising efforts and through corporate sponsorship opportunities. Local businesses are encouraged to contact the Springbrook Community Skate park Committee regarding sponsorship opportunities. Please visit www.sc-sc.org or www.facebook.com/SpringbrookCommunitySkateparkCommittee for more information.


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    Time is Muscle Fundraiser for Cardiac Cath Lab Saturday

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  • In February of 2018 a group of volunteers, in conjunction with the Red Deer Regional Health Foundation hosted a Community Cardiac Awareness and Fundraising event called “Time is Muscle”

    Since the event rapidly sold-out, we are eager to forge ahead in 2019 with a larger venue at the sponsoring Sheraton Red Deer Hotel. “Time is Muscle” 2019 is a heart-themed 3 course plated dinner, a “Heartbeats Band: Songs from the Heart” Retro Rock & Roll Party, silent auction, live painting, art gallery & sale, 50/50 & vacation raffles and a fun photo corner. Guests are encouraged to wear red in solidarity for the cause!

    The purpose of the event once again is to raise funds to enhance cardiac care at the Red Deer Regional Hospital with an emphasis on the acquisition of a cardiac catheterization lab, to raise public awareness of cardiac (heart) health and the need for hospital expansion.

    Currently, cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in Canada. Cardiac catheterization is a specialized procedure to unblock coronary arteries that feed the heart (also known as an angioplasty) in the event of a heart attack.

    Corporate and personal donations are sincerely appreciated including cash, products or services and will be issued a tax receipt and optional recognition. Business names will be presented alongside silent auction items at the event. You can also provide your own framed logo. See publications below.

    Sincerely yours, the Time is Muscle Team (Directors Vanessa Higgins-Nogareda & Harley Hay)

     

    Come lend your support for a Cardiac Catheterization Lab and Red Deer Hospital Expansion!

    Time is Muscle’s aim is to raise awareness that Central Albertans need a Cardiac Catheterization Lab and Red Deer Hospital Expansion. Funds raised will go towards Cardiac Care via the Red Deer Regional Health Foundation. 

    When: January 19, 2019

    WhereSheraton Red Deer Hotel, Tuscany Room

    What: 3 course plated dinner, The Heartbeats Band “Songs From the Heart” Retro Rock and Roll Show and Dance, Central Alberta Health Care Advocacy Video Sponsored and Directed by Harley Hay, Silent Auction, H’art gallery and sale, raffles, photo corner

    Dress: WEAR RED! business casual to semi-formal

    Bring: A photo of any loved one who has passed from Heart Disease that you would like to honor on our memory wall

    Information/ Tickets: www.facebook.com/TimeIsMuscleRD or 403-343-4773

     


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