What’s Happening at Literacy for Life Foundation!

2016 – 2018 Annual General Meeting

Monday, October 16 at 6:30 PM – 8 PM

Snacks at 6:30 pm.  Come and celebrate!  Meeting at 7:00 pm to 7:30 pm

The Royal Duke Hotel

2 Elizabeth Street, Okotoks, Alberta T1S 1A
Check out our calander on our main page of the website for some exciting Canada 150 Celebration Events.  Join us for fun, activity and learning.

Did you know…

The Grate Groan Up Spelling Bee was a success.

Fun! Fun! Fun! Grate Groan Up Spelling Bee 2017!

Team pages are still up and you can continue to donate by clicking this link until the end of October.

Wonderful Cards for sale:

Do you need Greeting Cards?  NorthplusSouth, an Okotoks business, donated some wonderful good quality cards for our use.  Only $1.00 a card.  Select cards are by donation.  Choose from Christmas, Valentines, Easter, Thank you, Birthdays, Anniversary and much, much more.

Purchase them at #3 1204 – 10th St. SE, High River, Alberta.  (our office) Available during work days from Monday to Thursday 9:00 am – 4:00 pm and select days at the High River Farmer’s Market.  (check out web calander for days we are at the market)

 

Conversation, Chocolate, Cookies and Cards

Book Bungalows

32 Book Bungalows have been adopted and distributed to good homes.   The Bungalows become the property of the individual or group that takes them and it will be their responsibility to maintain the books and the bungalow.

The Town of High River has created a map that shows all the locations of the Book Bungalows. The map is available on our website. Do you already own a little free library?  Would you like to be added to the map? Please contact the office with your address and contact information.

Highwood HighSchool Grade 10 Construction class constructed the Bungalows as a school project and did an awesome job. We are excited to partner with the young people at that school.   High River Home Hardware is a generous donor to this project as well as the High River Rotary, and the High River Vitality Fund. We also have had help from so many volunteers in our community. Delbert Moncrieff donated his time and truck to transport the bungalows to the Culture Centre.  The High River Firemen and Fred Stegmeier came out and helped move them into the Culture Centre.

Thank you Delbert

Awesome Volunteers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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