The Interfaith Food Bank, the Lethbridge Food Bank and the Salvation Army are joining up to provide families in need with Christmas hampers for the eighth year in a row. These hampers are to ensure that families in need will be able to have Christmas dinner and that children will have toys under the Christmas tree.
There are few things as iconically symbolic of the holidays as the ugly Christmas sweater. Last week the Helen Schuler Nature centre held its first annual "Make your own ugly Christmas sweater" event over two days from November 5-6.
Support Lethbridge’s local businesses right here at home
Published on Tuesday, 25 November 2014 21:30
Written by Alex Marshall
First Fridays is an event that takes place in downtown Lethbridge,and displays locals events and local shopping in a unique way. Visit dozens of local stores, restaurants, pubs and art displays showing art from Lethbridge and across Canada.
The Kodiak men’s basketball season has been perfect on paper this year, opening with six straight wins. A big part of the team’s success is coming from players outside of the country, specifically Americans.
To some professional hockey players, ice time is what it’s all about. But here in Lethbridge, our very own Hurricanes make it a huge part of their season to give back to the community and to help raise awareness with larger organizations.
Written by Alexander Marshall Photo by Ann Gibbons
Dog lovers from across Alberta and Canada came together this weekend to enjoy the All Breed Dog Shows and Obedience/Rally Trials. The Lethbridge & District Kennel Club hosted the 51st annual event at Exhibition Park.
It’s getting chilly outside and there are many people in need who don’t have proper clothing for the weather. The Lethbridge College Kodiaks athletic department is helping the less fortunate stay warm this winter with their annual Warm Paws program.
Well, men, it's that time of year again. It's time to grow out those moustaches!
Movember is a fundraising campaign that runs throughout November to raise money for prostate cancer research. Lethbridge College is playing a big role in collecting donations.
Musical fundraiser brings in the big bucks
Published on Thursday, 20 November 2014 22:43
Written by Ann Gibbons
On Nov. 8 Southminster United Church was a packed house as people were sitting in the aisles. More than 850 people who brought tickets for the Lethbridge Pregnancy Care Centre fundraiser enjoyed an acoustic concert performed by Canadian Country Music Award winner George Canyon.