AARC's 23rd Annual Miracle Gala
700 Centre Street S
Calgary AB T2G 5P6
Join us for a powerful evening of hope and recovery at AARC's 23rd Miracle Gala!
Celebrate the success of over 625 graduates while learning how the Alberta Adolescent Recovery Centre is "winning the war" against youth addiction.
Help us ensure that no family is turned away in our continuous battle to save young lives.
Emcee: Danielle Smith
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Ken Winters
Title Sponsor: Remington Development Corporation
Reception: 5:30 pm
Dinner and program: 7:00 pm
Dress: Business / Semi-Formal
Table of Ten: $2500
AARC's 22nd Annual Tournament of Miracles
SAVE THE DATE!
AARC's 22nd Annual Tournament of Miracles will be held on August 10, 2020 at Silvertip Golf Resort. Hope to see you there!
AARC’s Annual Stampede Breakfast
303 Forge Road S.E
Calgary AB T2H0S9
Yahoo! Saddle up for a rootin’ tootin’ good time at AARC’s Annual Stampede Breakfast. Enjoy some fellowship along with great music, a delicious breakfast, and fun activities for kids.
AARC's 21st Annual Tournament of Miracles
2000 Silvertip Trail
Canmore AB T1W 3J4
CLICK HERE to register!
With 18 holes of golf at one of Alberta's finest courses, fabulous prizes, sumptuous meals and inspirational stories of recovery from AARC graduates and alumni, the Tournament of Miracles is a memorable and fun day out in the mountains!
Proceeds will support treatment fee subsidies for families of substance dependent adolescents aged 12 - 21. Help us ensure no youth in need is turned away because of financial difficulty.
- Single registration: $400
- Team of Four: $1600
- Dinner Only (limited seating): $100
If you are unable to attend, you can still help our youth by making a donation or donating a golf spot for a graduate to play on tournament day. Thank you for your support!
Community Education Workshop: Cannabis and Youth
303 Forge Road SE
Calgary AB T2H 0S9
AARC is pleased to present a Community Education Workshop "CANNABIS & YOUTH: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW POST-LEGALIZATION" Thursday, March 7, 7-8:30 PM. Speakers include a child & adolescent psychiatrist, a registered provisional psychologist/researcher, a Calgary Police Officer, and a young person in recovery, all with experience related to youth and cannabis use. A Q&A session will follow their presentations.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Parents, youth, teachers, youth workers, health professionals, addiction and mental health clinicians, and concerned citizens
This is a free event, however, registration is required. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Pamela Smith at 403-253-5250 for more information.