On May 15, 2022, the Caribou Centre teamed up for a second year with @leading_edge_physiotherapy to bring a VIRTUAL race that supported the local Child and Youth Advocacy Centre! With 5K, 10K, Half Marathon and a 1.2K Kids Marafun, there were options for everyone! We would like to thank Leading […]
The fourth annual Walk A Mile in Her Shoes campaign put on by Pace takes place in Grande Prairie today. The event asks participants to walk a mile in high-heeled shoes to bring awareness to issues of sexual violence. https://everythinggp.com/2019/05/30/the-2019-walk-a-mile-in-her-shoes-campaign-struts-through-the-swan-city/
With the help of PACE Grande Prairie and a number of provincial agencies, Alberta’s One Line for Sexual Violence officially launched on Monday. https://www.mygrandeprairienow.com/55656/pace-grande-prairie-helps-launch-albertas-one-line-for-sexual-violence/
Marlene Iverson, of PACE, received the Chris Henderson Lifetime Service Award. Iverson said she’s been doing social work in the community for about 30 years, starting with Odyssey House women’s shelter and then with the PACE counselling centre, where she helps run the safe visitation program.
Eight of the most outstanding social workers in the region have been recognized for their contributions. The 12th annual Passionate Heart Awards were handed out on Valentine’s Day during a luncheon put on by Family Community Support Services in the City and County of Grande Prairie, towns of Beaverlodge, Sexsmith
Front line workers received recognition at the 12th Annual Passionate Heart Awards Luncheon on Wednesday at Evergreen Park’s ENTREC Centre. Eight people received awards in four category areas recognizing outstanding contributions to social services in the region.
A grassroots Grande Prairie organization dedicated to helping victims of family violence in the Peace Country for more than 30 years has received one of the first-ever Alberta Inspiration Awards. https://www.dailyheraldtribune.com/2012/11/21/pace-earns-provincial-recognition