Fashions for Funds

Fashions for Funds

March 15, 2018

HSCD proudly invites you to enjoy an evening of fashions and reminiscing with our "Fashions for Funds" Fashion Show.

Camrose clothiers Fringe Benefits, Twig, and Bra Necessities will be highlighting spring and summer fashions, as well as a nostalgic peek at ensembles of yesteryear.

Join us for an enjoyable evening at the Norsemen Inn Ballroom. Evening includes food, silent auction, 50/50 draw, and door prizes.

Attendance: 250

CFCW Critter Hockey Fundraiser

February 8, 2018

HSCD hosts the CFCW Critters verses Camrose Minor Hockey Coaches

This event is a charity hockey game, sponsored by the Hospice Society of Camrose and District.

On Feb 8, 2018 the CFCW Critters are coming to play a team of volunteer hockey players selected from Coaches of the Camrose minor-league hockey teams.

The CFCW Critters are a fun-filled, entertaining hockey team that do charity work for numerous communities. This is a fun family event, with all funds raised supporting programs of the Hospice Society.

As well as selling tickets for admission to the game, we are offering a live auction to offer the opportunity to be a "coach" for each team. The highest bidder for each coaching spot can pick the child/person they wish to be “fun coach”. This is a wonderful opportunity for a child to say they coached the "CFCW Critters Hockey" team for a night.

The evening will also include a silent auction and a 50/50 raffle.

Attendance: 500

Exploring Death Through Film

Exploring Death Through Film

December 5, 2017

Reflecting on Life and Death: The Significance of Medical Assistance in Dying

What is the meaning of medical assistance in Dying for us as citizens in Canada, as communities, as families and  for individuals? What are the key aspects of current conversation regarding M.A.I.D. within our country?

Dr. Janet (Jan) Storch is a nurse who has been deeply involved in nursing ethics, health ethics and research ethics throughout her career, including the debates about physician assisted death.

She studied and taught at the University of Alberta,  and was Dean of Nursing at the University of Calgary. She moved to Victoria to be Director of the School of Nursing, where she also has taught and conducted research on moral distress.

HSCD invites you to view Dr. Stroch's documentary, and to share in conversation on December 5th. The Camrose Public Library hosts two showings, 12:30pm, and 6:30pm.

"Reflecting on Death" is presented in partnership with Camrose United Church.