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UFA donates thousands to Hwy 21 Corridor Crime Watch Society and various Delburne community groups


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Submitted by The Delburne Volunteer Appreciation Dinner 

Delburne Community Groups receive $10,000.00 donation from United Farmers of Alberta.

Seven different community groups in Delburne were thrilled to receive checks to support their ongoing activities.  Ray Miller (UFA) and family were in Delburne on April 16th to present checks to these organizations at the Annual Volunteer Appreciation dinner being held at the Delburne Community Hall.

The recipients of these donations are:

Hwy 21 Corridor Crime Watch Society

The Delburne Community Hall Society

The Delburne and District Curling Club

The Delburne and District Agricultural Society

The Delburne Agriplex Arena

The Delburne 4-H Beef Club

The Coaltrail Riders 4-H Club

The Delburne Volunteer Appreciation dinner is an annual event put on by the Village of Delburne and Delburne & District Family and Community Support Services to recognize the efforts of those who take an active role in enhancing the community.

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Health Cafe Feb. 22: Arthritis – Move it or Lose it

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Learn ways to improve your ability to move and decrease your arthritis pain. Learn more about medication, bracing, injections, and functional fitness in this informative and interactive 45-minute session.

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Tune into Facebook Live at Red Deer Public Library Facebook page for this program.

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Smiles Thru Lindsey reaching out with a new video message and urging Albertans to look out for each other at this challenging time

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Meet Lindsey and the Smiles Thru Lindsey team in this powerful video.  …And remember to check in on the people in your life.

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