par Calgary Police Foundation

  • mercredi, 06 juin 2018 de 6:00 Après-midi à 9:30 Après-midi (HAR)
  • The Beltliner 243 12 Ave SW, Calgary, AB

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Join us at The Beltliner on Wednesday, June 6th for a fabulous diner inspired dinner and an intimate behind the scenes look at what it is like to be a woman in professional sport and their lives beyond sport.  Our celebrity sports panel will feature Olympians Cassie Campbell-Pascall, Cindy Klassen, and Catriona Le May Doan. 

Join host, and celebrity emcee, Eric Francis as he talks with these three incredible female athletes about professional sport, balancing life, incredible memories of team and sportswomanship and how the journey of professional sport contributed to who they are now. 

A special welcome address will be from Chief Roger Chaffin, Calgary Police Service.

This is the first hot stove event for the Calgary Police Foundation and we expect it to sell out quickly, so don’t miss out, be part of this event by sponsoring and attending.

All proceeds raised from the hot stove event go to support the Calgary Police Foundation and the six youth based programs it funds.

Together, we are helping youth by changing lives… and saving lives.

Our sincere appreciation of Servus Credit Union in Inglewood for their generous support of this event! Thank you!


When Wednesday, June 6th, 20186:00 - 9:30 PM

WhereThe Beltliner - 243 12 Ave SW

Tickets are on sale now, get them while you can!

Participants Tout afficher (35)


John Guderyan


+ 4 invités



+ 2 invités

Steve Cohen

Amanda Roy-Macfarlane




+ 19 invités

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The Beltliner
243 12 Ave SW, Calgary, AB

6 juin 2018
mercredi, 6 juin 2018 6:00 Après-midi (HAR)


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Calgary Police Foundation
987- 5111 47 St NE
Calgary , AB
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À propos de cet organisme

The Calgary Police Foundation funds 6 dynamic Youth programs which help thousands of Calgary youth be safe, strong and aware, and which enable them to make positive choices. These programs focus on education, prevention and early intervention to reduce youth victimization or criminal involvement, and involve families, communities, schools and professional support in their approach. The good you generate by even the smallest amount of support is priceless.