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No food bank in the Town of Raymond, community food

Thanks to a $13,650 grant through a community foundation group, the Town of Raymond will soon have a fully functioning food storage shed for people to come and grab what they need. As BCN’s Angela Stewart explains, the help is so needed especially at a time when inflation is through the roof.  Read More

Fundraiser for free food shed in Raymond

The Town of Raymond does not have a food bank. To help provide for locals in need the Free Pantry Society of Raymond which has been distributing hygiene and non-perishable food items to the town’s less fortunate in the form of little free pantries since 2020. According to the last census for the town in […]Read More

Raymond looking for feedback on restaurant liquor licenses

The Town of Raymond has been a dry community for the past 100 years. Town council is interested in gauging with residents to figure out if they should amend the current Land Use Bylaw to allow for the sale of liquor at licensed restaurants. “What Raymond’s done is we have an online engagement platform where […]Read More

Health care centres in need of volunteers

Some health care centres around Southern Alberta are in need of help. Milk River, Cardston and Raymond Health Centers are looking for volunteers to work throughout the day. Carmelle Steel with AHS says volunteers are needed to do different roles throughout the centres. If you are interested in volunteering, you can reach out to the AHS. […]Read More

New play space for Raymond

The Town of Raymond now has a new play space for kids to safely enjoy. The new playground was funded through a grant from the Westwind School Division, Alberta Healthy Communities Initiative and the Family and Community Support Services. The play space cost around $10,000 to construct. $5,000 was also donated for extra services. The […]Read More