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The Desktop Sale That Changes Lives

2018-05-25T18:00:02+00:00

  The Desktop Sale That Changes Lives May 25, 2018 By Mckenzie Swanson One of the most rewarding things about my job as a blog writer is hearing of the stories where people come together for a cause bigger than themselves. Recently, I got the opportunity to discuss an amazing story with [...]

The Desktop Sale That Changes Lives2018-05-25T18:00:02+00:00

Night Owls COP look for volunteers in Tri-Region

2018-03-28T08:25:55+00:00

  Night Owls COP look for volunteers in Tri-Region March 28, 2018   By Mamta Lulla You can sleep in peace knowing that Night Owls C.O.P members in the Tri-Region are doing their job. Night Owls Citizens on Patrol Society or C.O.P operate in Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Parkland County, Alberta Beach [...]

Night Owls COP look for volunteers in Tri-Region2018-03-28T08:25:55+00:00

Spruce Grove firefighters raise $18k for Muscular Dystrophy Canada

2018-03-05T14:02:13+00:00

  Spruce Grove firefighters raise $18k for Muscular Dystrophy Canada March 5,2018   By Mamta Lulla Jordan Hoffman, a Spruce Grove Fire Department firefighter, was up on the fire hall’s rooftop for four days straight. The annual Muscular Dystrophy Rooftop Campout was in its eighth year this year, running from Feb. 19 [...]

Spruce Grove firefighters raise $18k for Muscular Dystrophy Canada2018-03-05T14:02:13+00:00

CEYS is looking to connect with the Tri Region service organizations for a youth shelter

2018-03-02T18:01:40+00:00

  CEYS is looking to connect with the Tri Region service organizations for a youth shelter March 2, 2018   By Mamta Lulla Communities Empowering Youth For Success (CEYS) wants to help the youth in the Town of Stony Plain, City of Spruce Grove and Parkland County. Graeme Dawes, CEYS chair, said [...]

CEYS is looking to connect with the Tri Region service organizations for a youth shelter2018-03-02T18:01:40+00:00

Heirloom Rescuing

2018-02-28T13:22:25+00:00

  HEIRLOOM RESCUING FEBRUARY 20, 2018 Mamta Lulla   Moving, downsizing, or transitioning from a farm to living in town is not easy. Families struggle with packing trying to figure out what stays and what goes. That’s when an expert eye may help. Michelle Wright, Wide Open Spaces owner, helps Albertans with [...]

Heirloom Rescuing2018-02-28T13:22:25+00:00

ROTARY YOUTH EXCHANGE GOES AHEAD

2018-02-28T13:28:17+00:00

  ROTARY YOUTH EXCHANGE GOES AHEAD DECEMBER 12, 2017 Mamta Lulla   Attend school in a new country, try a different cuisine and make new friends: these are only some of the experiences Rotary Youth Exchange program lets students experience. In the Tri-Region, the experiences are similar, but thanks to the students [...]

ROTARY YOUTH EXCHANGE GOES AHEAD2018-02-28T13:28:17+00:00

Painting the City With Pride

2018-02-28T13:42:11+00:00

  Painting the City With Pride June 24, 2017 Mamta Lulla Coming out of the closet isn’t easy. But it was the right choice for Spruce Grove resident, Tessa Root. The transgender woman came out to everyone about three months ago and life has never been better for her. Root has been instrumental [...]

Painting the City With Pride2018-02-28T13:42:11+00:00

What’s Ahead In 2018 for Tri-Region Businesses

2018-02-28T14:33:31+00:00

  WHAT’S AHEAD IN 2018 FOR TRI-REGION BUSINESSES JANUARY 11, 2018 Mamta Lulla   Spruce Grove Chamber of Commerce has events lined up in the new year for early morning risers as well as night owls. One of the many Business at Breakfast event kicked off Jan. 9. If you missed it, [...]

What’s Ahead In 2018 for Tri-Region Businesses2018-02-28T14:33:31+00:00

Food Bank Experienced Highest Demand Ever in 2017

2018-02-28T14:34:29+00:00

  FOOD BANK EXPERIENCED HIGHEST DEMAND EVER IN 2017 JANUARY 10, 2018 Mamta Lulla   Parkland Food Bank Society has seen an unprecedented need in 2017 and handed out more than 16,500 food hampers. “When we count each time a client accessed food from us last year, we have provided enough food [...]

Food Bank Experienced Highest Demand Ever in 20172018-02-28T14:34:29+00:00