Tags : kids

Green N Yellow Group hopes to give away 50 bikes

Each year the Green N Yellow group hosts an initiative called the Children’s Bicycle BBQ. This year the organization is hoping to giveaway 50 bikes to kids this year. The Green N Yellow group is an organization that gives back to the community by hosting events to raise money and awareness for people who fall […]Read More

Halloween trick-or-treating safety tips

Halloween is on Monday night and Alberta RCMP are offering tips and tricks on how to help keep our kids safe while they are out trick or treating. Sergeant Darrin Turnbull with the Traffic Division of the RCMP has some suggestions.   “Costumes that are bright in color, lighter in color, and if they’re not, […]Read More

A parent’s guide to raising kids

Raising a family has its fair share of challenges, especially when you have teenagers. Ken Swarner wrote a book filled with parenting tips. The book is called Why did God Give My Kids Free Will? He Could Have Waited Until They Moved Out. As a father himself, Ken says it is important to let life’s […]Read More

Southern Alberta Bible camp offers a unique experience

This is the time of year when many parents think of sending their kids to summer camp. There is a unique camp near Lomond, Alberta called the Southern Alberta Bible Camp where youngsters not only learn about archery and canoeing but also about the good news of God’s word. Tonia Martens is with SABC and […]Read More

Construction on a new playground in Galt Gardens set to

Construction on a new playground in Galt Gardens will soon begin after the city was awarded $375,000 from the Government of Canada’s Revitalization fund. The money will be on a 75 to 25 per cent basis meaning the city will be putting forward over $100,000 for the inclusive playground. The facility will feature a rubber […]Read More

Over 80,000 Albertans pack a shoebox for Operation Christmas Child

The final numbers are in for the Operation Christmas Child shoebox campaign for 2021. Lethbridge numbers came in at 2,335 and 80,121 Albertans completed their own shoeboxes. This is a seven per cent increase compared to 2020. Frank King, the news media relations manager for Samaritan’s Purse, made the trip down to El Salvador and […]Read More

Learning tips ahead of Family Literacy Day in Canada

Family Literacy Day is coming up and officials with ABC Life Literacy of Canada say it’s really important to take a couple of minutes everyday to do something that involves learning. Program Director, Elizabeth Robinson, has some tips to improve learning for both kids and adults. For Literacy Day this year, ABC has a campaign […]Read More

Kids provide Christmas songs for seniors

Kids from Dr. Robert Plaxton Elementary School went out on Wednesday morning to spread some much needed Christmas cheer. The students made their way to the St. Therese Villa assisted living facility and spent some time caroling for seniors inside. Over 100 students sang for our seniors during the event.Read More

Lethbridge Sport Council provides roving gyms

Kids in Lethbridge were at Henderson Lake today enjoying the great outdoors on the roving gyms. As Micah Quinn explains, the Lethbridge Sport Council has been bringing out the equipment for the past few years giving locals the chance to become a little more active.Read More

Lethbridge College summer camps open for registration

Are you looking for a way to keep your kids busy this summer? Lethbridge College has announced registration is now open for summer camps. These camps include everything from carpentry and welding, to learning about the ecosystem or technologies, all the way to Kodiak sports camps.    Jason Donkersgoed, Director of Business Development at Lethbridge […]Read More

First Virtual COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence Clinic for Kids

Paediatricians across southern Alberta are working together to bring the very first Vaccine Confidence Clinic to the province.  Family physicians are encouraged to refer parents and their children.  With those 12 and up being eligible for the shot, many parents have questions. A southern Alberta Paediatric Infectious Disease Specialist says the most common concern for […]Read More