Posts for category “Initiatives”

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FEB
01
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BVJ Small Town Saturday Night

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 Your very own HARDISTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY is hoping to host BVJ Small Town Saturday Night.  2017 Marks the 25th Anniversary for the Big Valley Jamboree and you can find out more HERE or on the BVJ site
DEC
06
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One Less Trip CONTEST

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One Less Trip is excited to announce the I Found It Here contest! We're desperate to know what unique or special products, services, and menu items can be found in the #onelesstrip area. How you can tell us is by sharing a picture of the product, service or menu item with us. It's that easy! Make sure to explain what the product is and where you found it. The I Found It Here photo contest will end on January 6, 2017 and we will name the lucky winner of a winter comforts basket full of local p... More...
NOV
23
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Autism Society of Alberta

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AUTISM ALBERTA WANTS TO CONTACT YOU! Kitty Parlby is the mother of a son with severe autism a special needs Educational Assistant a speaker/presenter on the subject of Autism AND on the Board of Directors for Autism Alberta 3 Stressful Mistakes Made By Autism Families Who Live in Small or Isolated Towns/Villages & Remote or Rural Communities In Central Alberta Reading up on and using only one type of Autism strategy.  There are MANY Autism programs,... More...
NOV
17
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Communities Against Abuse

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The Association of Communities Against Abuse is seeking new members. ACAA provides Educational Programs and Treatment Services Imagine a world with no child abuse Educational Programs Other Programs Promoting Healthy Families You Choose Raising Healthy Children Options Yellow Brick Road  The Other 3 R's Goals of ACAA Self management skills Improved daily living Healthier coping skills Ability to take preventative action EDUCATION   PREVENTI... More...
NOV
10
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The Baby Box Co has arrived in Alberta

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Who can get a baby box? You are eligible for a free Baby Box if you are an Alberta resident who is having a baby between October 1, 2016 - October 1, 2017. How do I get a baby box? STEP ONE: REGISTER ON BABY BOX UNIVERSITY STEP TWO: GET YOUR COMPLETION CERTIFICATE The Alberta syllabus will take approximately 10 minutes to complete online STEP THREE: COLLECT YOUR BABY BOX Collect your box at the KILAM Family Resource Centre 5175 - 51st Avenue Killam, AB (Killam AgriPlex) More...
NOV
07
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"Be Part of the Conversation" Hardisty Mayor, Anita Miller

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Hardisty Mayor, Anita Miller comments from the Flagstaff United site Members of the public can download the Open House Information and Discussion Handout Package or pick a copy up at their local municipal office. If people are unable to attend an open house, feedback can be given through the website as well. More...
OCT
31
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FIP Information Package NOW AVAILBLE

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Communities Collaboration Initiative Information Package Now Available Public urged to be part of the conversation October 28, 2016 - For immediate release A comprehensive information package outlining progress-to-date, public survey results and guiding principles of the Flagstaff Intermunicipal Partnership (FIP) Regional Governance Initiative is now available to the public in preparation for upcoming community open houses. People are encouraged to read the package to prepare for ... More...
OCT
27
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Christmas Sharing & Adopt A Family Program

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2016 FLAGSTAFF  CHRISTMAS SHARING & ADOPT A FAMILY PROGRAMS Contact Phone #780-385-3976 The Flagstaff Food Bank will be coordinating the Christmas Sharing Program in Flagstaff. This tradition involves the collection and distribution of gifts and food hampers for those less fortunate in Flagstaff. As the “Adopt a Family Program” was such a great success in past years, we will be running this program once again. Anyone interested in adopting a family should call... More...
OCT
18
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Alberta government wants kids to be 'Future Ready'

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CBC Edmonton News conference.  The Government of Alberta is introducing "Future Ready". This initiative is described as "a long-term focus on integrating education and training from kindergarten to work, so all Albertans have the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in the changing Alberta and global economy,"  There is an online survey to ensure that parents "and other concerned Albertans have their say"  during a comprehensive review o... More...
SEP
13
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Let's Have a Conversation

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Monday October 17th  6:30pm to 8:30pm at the Hardisty Community Hall
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