A simple sign served as the catalyst of opportunity for Katey Pedersen back in 2013 as she began her post-secondary career at Grande Prairie Regional College.
Giving of their time and energy to the community is something that came like second nature to both Mac and Chris Henderson.
Hockey has been a big part of Matt Chomyc’s life for a long time. Growing up in Grande Prairie, he made his way through the minor hockey system before going on to play Junior Hockey across Western Canada with the Princeton Posse of the KIJHL, the Yorkton Terriers of the SJHL, and the Calgary Canucks of the AJHL.
The McDonald family loves community and our region. Whether it’s taking advantage of the remarkable trails and greenspace with a family hike, camping or skiing in the nearby mountains or visiting with family and friends, the McDonalds call Grande Prairie home.
Yussra Ajaleh received a Smart and Caring Student Award in 2018 and is grateful for the award.
Jody was born in St. Theresa's Hospital in Fort Vermilion on October 7, 1969. Most of her childhood was spent in country settings - first at our hobby farm at High Level, then at our Chinook Valley farm north of Grimshaw, then we moved to Grande Prairie in 1981. We lived in the City of Grande Prairie until 1987 when we again moved to an acreage in the Pipestone Creek area.
Welcome to the January 2019 newsletter of updates and information from the Community Foundation of Northwestern Alberta.
A legacy left by the 2000 Alberta Summer Games is still being felt in 2018.
For Stan and Helen Neufeld the question has never been ‘Why be involved?’ but rather, ‘Why not be involved?’
Hunger affects everyone. Sustenance is a most basic human need and yet for some, being able to eat on a regular basis is a challenge.