ARE YOU IN ISOLATION ? Call Volunteer Strathcona at 780-464-4242

Are you in isolation and need:
Pick up/delivery of groceries?
Pick up/delivery of medications?
Someone to talk to?
Call Volunteer Strathcona at 780-464-4242

Linking Generations – The seniors from Country Cottage Retirement Residence and students from Archbishop Jordan Catholic High School Painted Bird Houses

Home made bird houses can provide wild birds with a safe place to build nests and raise their young, and building bird houses can be an enjoyable craft.

Our seniors from Country Cottage Retirement Residence and our students from Archbishop Jordan Catholic High School had a great afternoon as they prepared for the spring birds to arrive and have new houses to fly into.

Linking Generations Sports Day and Ice Cream Social

I scream, you scream, we all scream for ICE CREAM!
Seniors and students enjoyed a Sports Day and impressed each other with their sport related knowledge. Some even wore their favorite team jersey/colors and hats while other shared special sport memorabilia with each other. Then, just like attending a game – everyone enjoyed ice cream sundaes!!
Seniors from Summerwood Village Retirement Residence with students from École Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic School (OLPH) .

2019-2020 Linking Generations Annual Family Meet and Greet event – Silver Birch Haven and New Horizons Charter School

Our Linking Generations Students and Seniors are extremely excited about this evening visit, as it gives the both participants an opportunity to introduce their ‘linked’ student or senior to their family.
This visit also allows all of us at Linking Generations to recognize how much each senior and student is an integral part of Linking Generation’s success.
Each participating student and senior can invite one parent or family member over the age of 18 years to attend this visit with them and meet their ‘linked’ partners.
The Family Meet and Greet is similar to a regular Linking Generations visit, as we all do a structured activity together plus, we have some fun!

2019-2020 Linking Generations Annual Family Meet and Greet event – Capital Care Strathcona and Strathcona Christian Academy Secondary School

Our Linking Generations Students and Seniors are extremely excited about this evening visit, as it gives the both participants an opportunity to introduce their ‘linked’ student or senior to their family.
This visit also allows all of us at Linking Generations to recognize how much each senior and student is an integral part of Linking Generation’s success.
Each participating student and senior can invite one parent or family member over the age of 18 years to attend this visit with them and meet their ‘linked’ partners.
The Family Meet and Greet is similar to a regular Linking Generations visit, as we all do a structured activity together plus, we have some fun!

2019-2020 Linking Generations Annual Family Meet and Greet event – Silver Birch Manor/Lodge and Lakeland Ridge School

Our Linking Generations Students and Seniors are extremely excited about this evening visit, as it gives the both participants an opportunity to introduce their ‘linked’ student or senior to their family.
This visit also allows all of us at Linking Generations to recognize how much each senior and student is an integral part of Linking Generation’s success.
Each participating student and senior can invite one parent or family member over the age of 18 years to attend this visit with them and meet their ‘linked’ partners.
The Family Meet and Greet is similar to a regular Linking Generations visit, as we all do a structured activity together plus, we have some fun!

Linking Generations Sports Day and Ice Cream Social

I scream, you scream, we all scream for ICE CREAM!
Seniors and students enjoyed a Sports Day and impressed each other with their sport related knowledge. Some even wore their favorite team jersey/colors and hats while other shared special sport memorabilia with each other. Then, just like attending a game – everyone enjoyed ice cream sundaes!!
Seniors from Bedford Village with students from St. Theresa Catholic School.