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The Wardens – September 21, 2019

With performances equal to the mastery of the ranger trade, The Wardens: Scott Ward, Bradley Bischoff, and Ray Schmidt, are a Banff National Park-based trio whose stories rise from the very land they’ve protected for the past 60+ years. The Wardens don’t just sing about the land, they’re part of it. With haunting three-part harmonies …

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Annual General Meeting – March 26, 2019

Foothills Regional Victim Services Association will be holing its Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, March 26, 2019 at 7:00 pm in the Community Room at the High River Co-Op store. The general public is invited to attend. Call 403-652-2359 for more information.

New Year, Better Us!

Happy 2019! This year, Foothills Regional Victim Services is striving to provide support and assistance to individuals in the Foothills area. We are a not-for-profit, volunteer-based program that aims to limit the impact of crime or tragedy on victimized persons. We do this by providing assistance, support, information, and referral to individuals. We operate 24/7 to …

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Thank you to 100 Women Who Care Foothills!

Thank you to 100 Women Who Care Foothills for choosing FRVS as their chosen charity from their November meeting! We are so grateful for their support!   100 Women Who Care Foothills are a group of women dedicated to raising money for local charities in the Foothills area. For more information, please visit their website: …

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High River Charity Checkstop: December 5, 2018

Image courtesy of High River Online news article: Hot Chocolate & Cheer On Centre Street Thank you so much to everyone who donated to our charity checkstop! The funds raised were $3281.95 split between Rowan House and Foothills Regional Victim Services. ATB also graciously donated $100 to each program as well!

It’s Not Right! Public Presentations and Workshops

  This is a program that addresses issues of older adult abuse, neglect, and self-neglect in communities by engaging bystanders. It teaches citizens of all ages to recognize warning signs of abuse of older adults and to respond safely and supportively.   For more information, please see attached PDF: It’s Not Right    

Orange Shirt Day – September 30, 2018

September 30th is Orange Shirt Day! Please consider wearing an orange shirt on that day in support of the children who attended residential schools. “The Orange Shirt has become a symbol for all of the things that communities have lost through the residential school system: treasured objects, culture and language, ties to families and communities, …

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A Special Thanks – July 4, 2018

We were one of the three community services organizations that received a donation from the Highwood Wildrose Constituency Association! Thank you so much for your support to such wonderful programs in the Foothills area! Click the link below to read the full Okotoks Online article that features this generous gift! https://okotoksonline.com/local/highwood-wildrose-constituency-association-gives-generously-to-community-services Highwood Wildrose Constituency Association …

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