DECEMBER 14th INNOVATE EVENT!
Y O U A R E I N V I T E D
Impact Society in partnership with CFAR (Circle for Aboriginal Relations) presents:
| I N N O V A T E |
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especially by introducing new methods, ideas, or products.]
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2017, at GLENBOW MUSEUM
2:45 – 5:00 p.m. History’s Truth – Panel Discussion
5:00 – 7:00 p.m. Insight into Impact – Reception
— History’s Truth –
A PANEL DIALOGUE ON PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE IMPACT
Panelists include: Chief Dr. Reg Crowshoe, Chief Roland Willson, Patricia Hoard, Chief Darlene Hunter, Georgina Lightning, Dean ManyWounds and Darlene Lennie.
This event will provide opportunity for Corporate leaders to participate in a dialogue with Indigenous leaders, strengthening their understanding of meaningful relationships and respectful consultation, and to develop genuine partnerships. Panel consists of progressive Indigenous Chiefs and leaders who are moving forward in economic and social development.
Advance tickets $27.50, $35 at the door (Limited tickets available)
(all proceeds going to Indigenous youth and education projects).
This event is of special interest for Industry and Indigenous leadership.
Impact Society Reception to follow
— Insight into Impact —
CELEBRATING AND HONOURING
IMPACT SOCIETY’S EDUCATION AND
GLENBOW MUSEUM, 5 – 7 PM
Reception | Hors D’oeuvres + Drinks
Indigenous Youth Dancers + Special Impact Society presentation
Reserve your ticket at (tickets for reception are complimentary but must be ordered in advance): https://www.eventbrite.com/e/innovate-historys-truth-panel-insight-into-impact-reception-tickets-40888943932
Impact Society has reason to celebrate. Impact Society’s HEROES® programs and processes have impacted in excess of 160,000 young people and adults. We are also very proud of our quickly expanding Indigenous initiatives. Stats Canada – “The Aboriginal population in Canada is the fastest growing segment of Canadian population.” We have specialized our programs for Indigenous youth, parents/caregivers, and community leaders — utilizing traditional cultural teachings leading to increased physical, spiritual, mental and emotional capacity of a Nation. Indigenous communities are quickly embracing our approach due to it being restorative, rather than punitive.
See attached invites for more information. If you have any questions about these events OR are interested in being a sponsor, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for joining us on December 7th for our annual December Networking Event and AGM at the Carriage House. It was a lovely evening – our thanks to Elder Kelly Good Eagle Sr and Daphne Good Eagle, and to our speakers – some impromptu – Todd Belot, Amy Willier, Ryan Robb and Stuart Randell!
Thank you for attending our November 23rd breakfast events!
Thank you as always to our organizational sponsors: AECOM, CLAC, Horizon North, Noralta Lodge, Primco Dene, Royal Camp Services Ltd., Seven Lakes Oilfield Services and Tarpon Energy Services.