COMMUNITY HELPING HEARTS DINNER - POSTPONED
To align with the recommendations made by Chief Medical Officer of Health for Alberta in regards to the management of COVID-19, the Tofield and Area Health Services Foundation Board has decided to postpone our upcoming Community Helping Hearts Dinner that was to be held on Saturday March 21st at the Ryley Community Centre. Tickets will be refunded at the point of purchase.
As a Health Foundation, our mission is to preserve, protect and enhance the role of the Tofield Health Center and associated providers of health care services to Tofield, Ryley, Holden and surrounding communities.
We appreciate the support of our community. After deciding on a new date and discussing this with our honourees Lionel and Susie Williams, the Health Foundation will make an announcement about the rescheduling of this event in the future.
Our honourees Lionel and Susie Williams
The Tofield and Area Health Services Foundation is pleased to announce the first recipients of the Community Helping Hearts Award. Each year, the Foundation would like to recognize Community Builders who contribute to making our region a better place.
This year’s recipients are Lionel and Susie Williams from Beaver County. Lionel has a long history in sports in our area, and has been a big contributor as a member of the Tofield Agricultural Society. Susie has also been involved in the sports scene and has dedicated herself to making the Ryley Pool and Wellness Centre an outstanding facility in the region.
Lionel and Susie Williams will be the guests of honour at our first annual Community Helping Hearts Dinner!