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On May 15th, from 1:00 - 4:00 PM, we will gather families and friends of the Calgary Police Foundation to celebrate the impact of its programs... its people... its supporters … at the incredible, newly opened YouthLink Calgary Police Interpretive Centre. An exclusive event for donors, where families and friends to the Foundation, and their guests, will be immersed in the galleries and hands-on activity stations at YouthLink.
The afternoon of enlightenment will include highlights such as personal YouthLink Auxiliary Cadets guides, up-close experiences with the Calgary Police Service Canine Unit, a Passport for the kids and kids-at-heart to complete as they visit each specialized area, canapés and BBQ to enjoy from the Teatro Restaurant Group, a fabulous door prize draw for youth and adults, and an opportunity to win amazing prizes in our 2016 Raffle. We will also hear from a few of our Calgary Police Foundation Ambassadors who will share the success of the support they received when they needed it most.
For our adult guests, we have invited a very special guest speaker, Psychiatrist Adrian Norbash. Dr. Norbash will do a presentation on the science around the impact of marijuana on the developing adolescent brain.
There is limited space so REGISTER EARLY! Feel free to invite friends and family members who might also be interested in this special day with us and learn more about the youth focus we have at the Calgary Police Foundation.
To learn more about the Calgary Police Foundation, please visit our website or watch the video below.
By now most people are aware that legislation is being created in Canada’s parliament that will legalize the commercial production, distribution and use of marijuana in all 10 provinces. This means that, like alcohol, pot will be easily available and that some projections put it at a $5 billion a year industry. But what are the real facts about marijuana use? What is the science around THC, the principal psychoactive constituent of cannabis. In recent years scientists have learned more and more about the real impact of this drug. Many parents of teenage and pre-teenage children now, more than ever, want to know the facts about the impact of this drug on the developing teenage brain. What can we expect? As responsible parents what should we be teaching our kids? What is it that we need to know?
This presentation will arm you with the facts that will assist you in having that critical conversation with your kids. It’s not about fear mongering or rumours. It’s about what you need to know as a caring and responsible parent delivered by a psychiatrist who is a parent himself.
SPEAKER BIO: Dr. Adrian Norbash
Major Adrian Norbash is a Psychiatrist with the Canadian Armed Forces, and currently serves as the clinical lead in mental health for the military bases in Western Canada and the Arctic. Before he specialized in Psychiatry, he served as a General Duty Medical Officer and Flight Surgeon. He deployed to Afghanistan in early 2006 and is a veteran of over 20 patrols "outside the wire" in the Kandahar area. He completed medical school and residencies in Family Medicine and Psychiatry at the University of Calgary, and prior to this, he obtained a degree in Biochemistry from Simon Fraser University. In his younger days, Dr. Norbash served in the reserve Infantry in the Junior ranks, and with the RCMP as an Auxiliary Constable. He currently consults for the CPS and EPS, and is an Assistant Professor at the University of Calgary Cumming School of Medicine and Clinical Lecturer at the University of Alberta.
Raffle tickets are NOW ON SALE!
RAFFLE PRIZE DESCRIPTIONS:
1 – Angles Signal Hill Spa Gift Certificate and a Rebecca Minkoff Handbag from Holt Renfrew Calgary
2 – Canmore Stay-over at Clique Hotels and Resorts & Golf at Stewart Creek Golf and Country Club
3 – Go Flames Go (four tickets), exclusive Calgary Police Service transportation to the game, an experience on the CPS firing range, and a Calgary Fire Department Boot Camp for you and 3 of your friends
4 – 7-Night Stay in Maui plus $1,000 spending money
Tickets are $10 each or 3 for $20. 1,400 raffle tickets will be sold in support of the Calgary Police Foundation. Total Prize Value Worth $7,853. Draw date is May 15, 2016 immediately following Dr. Norbash's presentation in the Calgary Police Service Westwinds Headquarters Auditorium. For more information about the raffle prizes, visit our website.
To purchase your raffle ticket(s), please contact:
Sr. Manager, Stakeholder Relations