Yes, who doesn’t love a great hockey game and yes, there will be opportunities to make memories that will last a lifetime but it also supports our community!
Read on to learn more about the organizations involved in the 2nd Annual Boundary Battle of Alberta.
WHAT IS BOUNDARY FORD GIVES?
Boundary Ford Gives was established in 2016 and has proudly donated more than $500,000 into the community we call home, through charitable organizations creating an everlasting footprint we will be proud of for generations to come. We have been able to bring important landmarks to our community through our Rescue Squad’s new home & being an integral part of our Hospitals Helipad, along with so many other great things in our community with more to come… It is the people of our wonderful community that support us, that allow us to meet our goals and share in our wonderful gift for our community from the Canada One Auto Group.
Pat & Diana Priestner, we thank you, from the bottom of our heart.
LLOYDMINSTER RESCUE SQUAD
On 25 March 1985 Lloydminster Rescue Squad went on call for the first time. They have now provided continuous on call service twenty four hours a day seven days a week for over thirty-seven years.
The Squad is set up as a registered charity with a board of directors and operated under a written set of bylaws. The Squad depends on donations and revenue from those calls they are paid for.
Competence in Adversity, Compassion for All sums up best the character of these 18 brave individuals.
LLOYDMINSTER REGION HEALTH FOUNDATION
The Lloydminster Region Health Foundation is a not-for-profit community organization focused on supporting and improving healthcare within Lloydminster and around the region. The Foundation focuses on excellence and innovation in health services through many different projects, initiatives, scholarships, community funding, professional development, and more. The foundation is dedicated to creating awareness about available health services, forming beneficial community partnerships, promoting and being a catalyst for the implementation of the best healthcare practices through involving local stakeholders to ensure the biggest impact to all healthcare users in the region.
The Lloydminster Bobcats are a Canadian Junior “A” Ice Hockey Team, that are members of the Alberta Junior Hockey League. The Bobcats play in the Lloydminster Centennial Civic Centre, capacity 1,400, located on the Saskatchewan side of the biprovincial city of Lloydminster, which straddles that province’s border with Alberta.