The weather is starting to get chillier out there, but don’t let that stop you from supporting local this weekend!
Don’t be scared because October is already here – be scared because it’s officially spooky season!
“You can prepare all you want and things still may go sideways — that’s the messiness and beauty of relationship. Conflict is hard but it’s so worth it. Hopefully you come out with a relationship that’s stronger.”
It's nearly October, but we've been having great weather to go outside and experience Strathcona County.
I like fall most of all, but especially fall in Strathcona County!
Organizations have the power to enable life-changing mentoring relationships to ignite the power and potential of young people, and Big Brothers Big Sisters is doing just that. Riley Penner and Mason Nurse share their experience with the program.
Supporting local has never been so easy in Sherwood Park and Strathcona County this weekend!
This is an exciting weekend to be in Sherwood Park – Savour Strathcona is back!
"Although parents have been feeling anxious themselves, we’re seeing a lot of parents reaching out for support. Adults showing genuine care for their child’s well-being is one of the biggest contributors for great resiliency in a child.”