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Meet Kennedy – she can help you reach your clients in Red Deer and Central Alberta

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We would like you to meet Kennedy, our newest team member.

”   Hello – I am Kennedy Mannerfeldt, the newest member of Todayville Red Deer.  I am well-known for my passion of photography, my crazy love of cats and my thirst for delectable coffee, but, what I love the most is my adorable children, and taking in a hike with family and friends. I look forward to meeting the many people of central Alberta as I begin my new adventure as an Advertising Consultant for Todayville…”

Kennedy will work with you to sort through your marketing goals and in collaboration with our team, come up with ideas that will help you market your unique business.  From video production and brand stories, to ad design, social media and general advertising, we can offer you a range of solutions to help you reach customers in Red Deer and Central Alberta. Here are just a few of our clients who share a desire to be positively aligned with our community.

We work very hard to provide stories that are of interest to this region.  We also help some great local businesses and organizations tell their stories, advertise their services and promote their events. And that’s where Kennedy, our newest team member comes in.

 

Click the ad below to be connected to Kennedy.

Here are just some of the stories that we’ve created with clients in the region.

Ellis Bird Farm,

Primary Care Network,

Red Deer Hospice,

Red Deer Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year Awards,

Staybridge Hotel,

One Eleven Grill,

Scott Subaru.

Some clients write and publish their own stories giving them complete flexibility.  Kipp Scott GMC  is a great example.

Todayville specializes in community news and events and “brand-journalism”. Our stories generate thousands of page views each day in Central Alberta. We believe businesses are a major part of a healthy community and our stories about local businesses perform very well.

70% of our audience is between 25-54 years of age.  They are interested in this community and support local businesses who support the community.

Thanks for reading about Todayville.  We hope to hear from you! Click to connect directly with Kennedy@todayville.com.

Todayville also operates Todayville Edmonton and Todayville Agriculture.

 

 

Todayville is a digital media and technology company. We profile unique stories and events in our community. Register and promote your community event for free.

Central Alberta

See Arlene Dickinson and support The Lending Cupboard

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From The Lending Cupboard:

The Lending Cupboard Winter Luncheon featuring Arlene Dickinson

We are gearing up for a fabulous event. With only days away tickets are available until Friday. Break up winter and join us to hear an inspirational presentation by Arlene Dickinson, experience a delicious meal choice and support a worthy charity. There will be some great draw prizes as well eg. a sneak peek of just a few include – a 2 day stay & spa retreat in Radium, Food with Friends Cook with Meg for 6, that’s Meg Tucker our very own top finalist Master Chef Canada, Calgary Flames hockey tickets & signed jersey.

The Lending Cupboard serves Central Albertans who are either temporarily or permanently physically challenged and desperately need to use equipment to help with mobility.  This year well over 10,000 Central Albertans will need The Lending Cupboard.    By attending the Winter Luncheon you are supporting parents, grandparents, family members, work colleagues… your loved ones.

Tickets for the winter luncheon are available at www.tickets.blackknightinn.ca or by calling 403-755-6626.

 

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RCMP looking for this Red Deer man in connection to home invasion robbery at Innisfail

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Devyn Michael Hendriksen (23 yrs) of Red Deer

From Innisfail RCMP

RCMP seek public assistance in identifying suspect of a home invasion robbery

On November 24, 2019, at approximately 2:26 am, Innisfail RCMP received a complaint of an armed robbery and home invasion at an apartment in Innisfail Alberta.  The suspects had fled.
RCMP investigation revealed that the suspects, two males and a female, gained entry to an apartment located on the top floor of the Innisfail Hotel.  Once they entered the apartment they ordered the male and female victims not to move and stole a quantity of property before exiting the building and fleeing in a blue PT cruiser style vehicle.

Update:
On January 10th 2020 RCMP Innisfail requested the public assist to identify a female observed on CCTV at the scene of the crime.  RCMP received numerous crime stoppers tips from the public and the female was identified.
Charges have been successfully laid and one individual remains wanted on a warrant in connection with this incident.

Kayla Jackson (23 years) of Red Deer Alberta has been charged with:
·                 Robbery with a firearm
·                 Unlawfully in a dwelling house
·                 Forcible entry
·                 Fail to comply
Jackson was released by OIC undertaking to appear in Red Deer Provincial Court Feb 26th 2020

Benjamin William Bjarnson (33 years) of Red Deer Alberta has been charged with:
·                 Robbery with a firearm
·                 Unlawfully in a dwelling house
·                 Disguise with intent
·                 Possess weapon for a dangerous purpose
·                 Pointing a firearm
·                 Use of a firearm in an indictable offence
·                 Forcible entry
Bjarnson has been remanded to appear in Red Deer Provincial Court Jan 28th 2020

Devyn Michael Hendriksen (23 yrs) of Red Deer Alberta has been charged with:
·                 Robbery with a firearm
·                 Unlawfully in a dwelling house
·                 Disguise with intent
·                 Possess weapon for a dangerous purpose
·                 Pointing a firearm
·                 Use of a firearm in an indictable offence
·                 Forcible entry
Hendriksen is currently WANTED on warrants related to this incident.  RCMP are currently seeking information on his location.

Innisfail RCMP are thankful to the public for assisting with this investigation.

If you have information about this or any other crime, please contact the Innisfail RCMP at 403-227-3341 or your local police service.

If you wish to remain anonymous, you can contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), online at www.P3Tips.com (http://www.p3tips.com/ ) or by using the “P3 Tips” app available through the Apple App or Google Play store.

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mon06jan(jan 6)8:00 amfri31(jan 31)12:00 amJanuary is Alzheimer's Awareness Month8:00 am - 12:00 am (31) Event Organized By: K. Jobs

sun12jan(jan 12)2:00 pmsun22mar(mar 22)5:00 pmAnne Frank: A History for Today opening at Red Deer MAG2:00 pm - (march 22) 5:00 pm mst Red Deer Museum & Art Gallery Address: 4525 - 47A Avenue, Red Deer

mon27jan11:15 am1:15 pmLuncheon With Arlene Dickinson11:15 am - 1:15 pm Cambridge Hotel and Conference Centre, 3310 50 Avenue

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