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Red Deer Lights the Night festival… Saturday November 17 at City Hall Park

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  • From the City of Red Deer

    Stantec presents Red Deer Lights the Night November 17

    Red Deerians are invited to come downtown to celebrate the holiday season and see the annual light up of beautiful City Hall Park at Red Deer Lights the Night, Saturday, November 17.

    Guests can enjoy live entertainment by local musicians Alecia Aichelle and the Red Deer Royals Marching Show Band, cozy up in The Krossing Warming Tent and shop the HSBC Winter Market. There will be plenty of activities for the kids and, of course, a visit from Santa! Proudly presented by Stantec and hosted by The City of Red Deer and the Red Deer Downtown Business Association, it’s free to attend and family friendly.

    “The City of Red Deer is proud to deliver one of our community’s favourite holiday events,” said Tara O’Donnell, Culture Superintendent. “It’s wonderful to see everyone come together downtown each year to enjoy this special occasion.”

    Red Deer Lights the Night

    Saturday, November 17
    4 – 7 p.m.
    City Hall Park and Ross Street

    “We’re proud to be a committed partner of this special annual holiday tradition—one that brings families and friends together in celebration of the season,” said Todd Simenson, Stantec Vice President, Regional Leader for Alberta North & Territories. “ At Stantec, designing with community in mind is about more than the work we do each day. It’s about supporting in the communities, like Red Deer, we call home.”

    Free parking is available in Sorenson Station Parkade until 8 p.m. Smoking and pets are not permitted within the event site.

    For more information, visit

    www.reddeer.ca/rdlights or https://www.facebook.com/events/482195162286604/.

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    This dentist has a sweet tooth for the dance floor!

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  • Good chance most people don’t think of dentists and fun at the same time.  Well then most people haven’t met Dr Isaac Day yet.  The Innisfail dentist and father of 6 certainly knows how to have a good time.  Day and pro dancer Jinelle Themig nearly brought the roof down at the Cambridge Conference Centre.. especially when they shocked the crowd with one of the riskiest tricks we’ve ever seen at this competition.  Bet you can’t watch this just once.  It’s too much fun!

    My Story…

    A competitive fundraiser for a great cause? I’m all in!
    I am the founder of Day Dental and we have the best dental team and patients ever. With their support, we will keep the Mirror Ball trophy where it belongs…in Innisfail!
    While Innisfail has been home for my family and me for the last 7 years, I was born and raised in Edmonton where I completed my Bachelor of Medical Science and my Doctor of Dental Surgery. After working in Edmonton, my wife and I packed up our kids and moved to Central Alberta.
    I enjoy different experiences, personally and professionally, from working in a cosmetically driven dental practice in Edmonton to being the dentist at the Bowden Prison. When a new experience presents itself, the answer is YES. So when the opportunity to participate in the Sheraton Celebrity Dance Off presented itself, I knew I couldn’t turn it down.
    I am looking forward to helping this great cause, and to trying something new and exciting, and most definitely out of my comfort zone!


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    One grade 7 class raises over $2,500 for Child Advocacy Centre

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  • Miss. G’s 7-5 class from St. Thomas Aquinas Middle School completed their Almsgiving Bake Sale Thursday with a total amount of $2736 raised for the Central Alberta Child Advocacy Centre!

    They were so excited to share their news of how much they raised since starting back in March!  Every Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday through out lent, the 7-5’s would bring in treats that they made at home.  They sold the goodies to the rest of the student body at lunch to help raise funds to donate to the Centre.

    Thank you to Miss Goranson for putting this all on for the CACAC, and to the 7-5 class for being apart of this and wanting to help other kiddos – you are amazing!


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