What's It All About?Cheers 4 Lethbridge is about making Lethbridge the best place it can be. It’s about feeling that deep satisfaction, joy and pleasure about where we live, work and play, which adds up to a lot of love 4 this unique place. We want everyone to be a champion – a cheerleader – for our community and work together to make Lethbridge an amazing city for all of us to enjoy.
We’re asking everyone to do 4 things that will make a positive difference – big or small – and then spread the word about the great things that you have done.
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Left 4 Toonies taped to the vending machine at work so people could treat themselves to a refreshment today! I also treated myself to a refreshment. Was good.
A homeless individual in our city, Marshal, and I have become close friends over this previous winter. I run into Marshal often, and he is nothing but kind! I bought him a new sleeping bag and socks to help him get by!
I make brand new soft cozy receiving blankets and donate them to Harbour house.
I will be making my fifth blood donation on Friday, March 4. I'm committed to going every 8 weeks! A little time (and a little pain) but it makes a big impact. Also there are cookies.
3 kids were dropped off at the hurricane game with exchange tickets, these tickets have a charge for exchanging. They had no money or cell phone, I paid the exchange fee so that they could see the game.
I bring books and music to a senior lady who can't make it to the library on her own.
I have volunteered to help out at the Feb 27-28 Human Foosball Tournament which aims to raise $50,000 to support Albertans living with Alzheimer's Disease. They might make me a referee.... I have a LOT of studying up to do. (What is foosball???) Edit Feb 22 - Just got the news that the tournament is cancelled due to lack of participants. How sad!
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Great for Lethbridge!
Staff and volunteers of the Lethbridge Public Library
City of Lethbridge Council and Employees
Do something great for your neighbourhood pollinators. Join this team and help out. You can: plant pollinator-friendly flowers, start extra seeds for your neighbours, get a mason bee hive, visit Helen Schuler's spring exhibit, plant clover on a bare patch of dirt somewhere, avoid using pesticides if you can, and teach others about how important bees and other pollinators are. A great website for more info: http://www.beesmatter.ca/