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Chair of the Child Advocacy Centre puts out a call for volunteers for Thursday event

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Hi my friends.  As most of you know I’m the Chair of the Central Alberta Child Advocacy Center and we’ve been running a Home Lottery Campaign.

We’ve had to extend the draw because we have to sell quite a few more tickets.  The support from the community has been great but we have to do more.

I’m looking for 100 people to volunteer this coming Thursday night to go door to door and sell tickets.  If you or possibly some of your staff or co workers would be able to help out, that would be awesome.  

Anyone interested can email me at Terry@abbeyplatinum.ca or text me at 403-896 3675

We are going to meet at the Sheraton Hotel at 5:30 pm on Thursday March 21 in the Palermo Room to get credentials, information and ticket forms.

More information when I get a list of people. There will be some prizes for most sold etc.

I really appreciate the help for this great cause. We have looked after over 450 children in just over a year in Central Alberta. https://cacaclottery.ca

From Todayville 

Since it opened 16 months ago, the Central Alberta Child Advocacy Centre has served over 440 children from more than 50 different communities.  The Child Advocacy Centre is raising funds to build a facility specifically for their purpose of bringing healing to the lives of children who have been abused.  Support from all these communities will be critical.

The Advocacy Centre “must” sell more tickets!  If you’ve already made your purchase you can still help.  Make sure your friends and loved ones know about this lottery.  Please do your best to spread the news to your contacts in Edmonton and Calgary and around the province.  So many people would love a chance to own a new home for just $35 dollars.

 

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Mayor invites everyone to the annual Garden Party

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Please join Mayor Tara Veer and members of City Council for an enjoyable and entertaining afternoon featuring musical entertainment and refreshments in beautiful City Hall Park. Guests are encouraged to dress for “high tea”.

Accessible parking is available on Ross Street, north of City Hall Park, for specialized transit, handicap accessibility and load in/out zones.

For additional information, please contact Culture Services at 403-406-8820 or culturemailbox@reddeer.ca.

*In the event of inclement weather, the event will be relocated to the Collicutt Centre Field House (3031 30 Ave).

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Everyone’s invited to World Refugee Day Community Dinner

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Please join us at our World Refugee Day Event on June 22nd from 4pm – 7pm. Speakers, entertainment, community dinner. Children’s activities. Come and welcome some of the people who came here under refugee status and make new friends.

We are commemorating the day on June 22 at Gaetz United Church – Pioneer Hall.

Please join us in giving a warm welcome to the refugees in our community. World Refugee Day offers an opportunity for everyone to show support for people forced to flee.

The event is free.

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