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Canadian Foodgrains Bank Justine Bice Matthew Power


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Canadian Humanitarian

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Nurture Pregnancy Centre is a non-profit, charitable, Christian-based organization that provides support to women and their families throughout the stages of pregnancy and the first two years of their child’s life. The values of the Centre have been consistent throughout the thirty year operation that include fundamental value of people. We serve people of all cultures and religious backgrounds by providing a welcoming environment to access resources and mentorship. No matter what struggles an individual or family encounters, they are treated in a respectful manner with encouragement, acceptance, and non-judgement. The practical guidance, educational, and emotional support from the client care team, helps move parents to give their babies the best start in life and attain a healthy lifestyle of their own. By extending empathy to families, gives them hope and empowerment to gain strength, feel content and confident to grow as parents through the joys and trials of their experience. The programs and resources offered at no charge throughout the year include: Peer counseling, educational classes, resource library of information, pregnancy tests, maternity and children’s clothing, toys and furniture, formula, diapers and layettes for infants to help all families through difficult seasons. The Pregnancy Centre takes social action by advocating in the community through


presentations that provide agency information to various organizations. The connections with other non-profit and health care establishments are valued to serve clients more effectively and for collaborative networking with fundraisers and other events. Our fundraisers held throughout the year are the Fall Brunch, Spring to Life Dinner and Silent Auction, and the Baby Bottle Drive. The history of the community represents a commitment of partnerships to support the work of the agency that is proven reliable and trusted, and the growth in facility, resources and programs that are provided to clients is available because of the long-standing support. Together we can make a difference and create change in a fundamental way in Medicine Hat. The Kristy Care Fund developed at the Centre is influential to support families with children who have severe disabilities by providing them with specialty strollers, lifts, etc. Through these interactions with family members, the hope is to lift spirits and extend encouragement in the daily care they give their loved ones. There are many costs associated as a non-profit organization to make certain

that the people are cared for and supported. The generosity from community members and volunteerism is what the Centre relies on to keep functioning successfully. This is accomplished through giving of one’s time, financial donations, spreading the word of programs and services, and by staying current with the events on social media for ways to become involved. Volunteers have the opportunity to touch families’ lives in a positive way. If you’re interested in serving, this role has a lot of flexibility to work with your schedule. Applications are available at the Centre. The hours of operation are Monday to Friday 10am – 4pm. We are located downtown conveniently next to the bus terminal. More information about our Centre can be found on our website: www.nurturepregnancycentre.ca , call 403-504-8560 and follow us on Facebook.


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The Medicine Hat & District Growing Project is part of the Canadian Foodgrains Bank (CFGB). The CFGB was named one of Canada’s top impact charities in 2018. CFGB is pleased to announce it has been included on the Charity intelligence 2018 list of the top 10 charities in Canada for social return on investment. Donors should ask of a charity “how much good is my donation doing?” On average, charities in Canada provide $2 in social benefit for every dollar received. The Charity Intelligence report notes that high impact charities like CFGB provide on average $6 in social benefit. In 2017-18, 245 growing and community projects and auctions from PEI to B.C. raised $7.3 million. Altogether, a total of 13.7 million was donated to the CFGB. With matching from Canadian Government, we were able to provide $37.6 million of assistance for 843,967 people in 34 countries through 117 projects. We are located on the east side of Desert Bloom (1/2 mile east) on the north side of South Boundary Road. I guess we had normal farmer type stress. We did not receive very much rain and the gophers enjoyed the crop that was growing. 8 CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY 2019

We had seeded Brandon wheat again and it was looking as good as could be expected. Our next door neighbours blessed us with seeding and the spraying. Fertilizer was supplied by Richardson Pioneer, Nutrien and a private donor. Chemicals were supplied through South Country Coop, as well as information on what we needed. Alberta Financial Services supplied hail insurance. Harvest day was set for August 15, the growing season had been very dry and even the gophers left the area. We had seeded about 100 acres and had three combines from the following dealers, Rocky Mountain Equipment (Case) and Robertson Implements (New Holland). The New Holland combine did not show up, so I checked and was told someone

bought it, the afternoon before the harvest. So we used two……. Perry Wold and Allen Dickson each supplied a super B grain hauling trailer. The grain was delivered to P&H Elevator, Paterson Elevator and Pioneer Grain Elevator. During the harvest we served lunch in the field to over 125 people. Coffee and donuts were donated by Tim Horton’s, sausage was donated by Premium Sausage from Seven Persons. Shaw TV attended and made a video of the harvest, this can be seen on “Facebook” at Canadian Foodgrains Bank Shaw TV Medicine Hat August 24, 2018. We give God the “thanks” for blessing the project. Our income was down, we had a total of $23,209.39 which was sent to the CFGB. It is then matched by the Government. Our crop averaged approximately 3250 bushels. We thank God for all the donations and interest people have in the project and look forward to another “blessed” year.



UNIQUE EDUCATION SUPPORT Canadian Humanitarian annually supports 562 students to go to school. This unique program offers students more than just a desk in a classroom. It builds a community of support around each student, so they can have every opportunity to finish their educational dreams, and become contributing community members as adults.


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Each student receives, their school uniform, shoes, underwear, day and night clothes, school supplies, text books, and all they need to study. Their neighborhood center is open 6 days a week from 8 am until 6 PM, and all day Saturday. It is a safe place to study, have a hot meal, participate in clubs like drama, sports, music, art or reading. The on-site library has school materials, computer lab, and

books for recreational reading. It is a place to explore talents, and feel included. Canadian Humanitarian has over 1134 program alumni. These amazing young adults are contributing to their homes and their communities, as successful graduated University, College, or Trade School Students. Lives are changed forever, with this successful effort to change the life of a child.

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rairie Gleaners Society began operation in June, 2009 as a registered Christian Charity. This year is our tenth anniversary of that beginning. We are dedicated to the work of recovering vegetables that have been deemed "unmarketable" or surplus and are destined to become waste. The term “gleaning” finds its Biblical meaning/roots in those who came behind gathering leftover grain or produce following the harvest. We are a Christian organization that continues to be blessed in receiving product out of the compassion of local growers, greenhouses and produce distribution operators who provide us with various vegetables that are processed into a nutritious, dehydrated soup mix, which is then sent to resource some of the most vulnerable and poor communities around the world. In Canada we enjoy an abundance of resources making available a bountiful food supply, affording us the privilege of 14 CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY 2019

picking the best of the crop. This leaves us with vegetables that are not “perfect” based on factors such as shape, size, or blemishes, but equally as nutritious. The Prairie Gleaners Society has always recognized this privilege as an opportunity to gather from our ‘over abundance’ and utilize the unique agricultural diversity of our area as we seek to help redistribute food where the 'need' of others can be alleviated. Another necessary resource that the Prairie Gleaners depends upon comes through the generous donors and dedicated volunteers from all walks of life who join us in preparing vegetables at the various stages of our processing, from cutting to bagging. The soup mixes can have upward of 15 different varieties of vegetables, the main being tomatoes, peppers, potatoes, carrots, cabbage, and dried beans or lentils for protein. In 2018 we received 242,000 kg of vegeta-

bles that were processed over 242 workdays, an average of 1000 kg (2,200 lbs) per day, yielding over 15,000 meals at a cost of less than $0.06 per meal. We partner with reputable relief and aid organizations who ship and distribute the packages of vegetable mix to people in need throughout the world. In 2018 our dehydrated soup was shipped overseas to Burundi (Africa), El Salvador, Greece (refugees), Haiti, Malawi, Mexico, Uganda and Ukraine as well as within Canada to the High Arctic in support of relief efforts and feeding programs in the North.

riegleaners.com . If you are interested in taking part in volunteer experience that combines the good company of others all working together in a friendly environment towards an amazing cause then come and join. We are always happy to have new volunteers drop in to help, or if you are interested in scheduling a group that you would like to have join our efforts please give us a call at (403) 5809432 to schedule a morning.

The Prairie Gleaners sees approximately 1500 different volunteers each year, from retired individuals and families to youth/service groups. In 2018 we averaged 21 volunteers per day with 17,800 volunteer hours for the year. We provide a great opportunity for volunteers to meet new people while accomplishing some meaningful work where anyone can find a part to play. Our organization operates off of the generosity of donors in both time and financial support helping us to maintain our operational costs and projects. Our regular hours of operation are from Tuesday to Saturday, 8:30 am to 12 pm. The Prairie Gleaners plant is located approximately 4 km south of highway 3 on Range Road 63. Address, directions, and more information about our organization can be found on our website: www.prai2019 CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY 15

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My coaching involves the ability to understand you: to think how you think, and understand your perspective. From this benchmark, I will place another perspective on top of yours – stretching and growing you to gently see a more empowering way. As a certified John Maxwell coach, I can see what you are going through now and what is up ahead. Coaching is foreseeing, paving the way, coming alongside you while helping you achieve goals and overcome limiting paradigms. Coaching is often misunderstood in today’s culture. The most common idea of a coach that we are introduced to is your typical sports coach or health coach. Not to say that these professionals aren’t coaching, but the majority are actually acting in the role of a consultant or mentor rather than coach. SO WHAT IS COACHING? 1. Imagine a relationship that is entirely focused on you and only you. 2. Imagine someone who is listening intently to everything you say rather than just hearing you. 3. Imagine someone who holds you accountable to your dreams, aspirations and personal goals. 4. Imagine being in a professional relationship with someone who is insatiably curious 22 CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY 2019

about who you are and who you intend to be. 5. Imagine having a relationship in your life with someone who is often more committed to what you want to achieve in life than even you are. 6. Imagine being in a relationship with someone who has no agenda other than your personal growth and success. 7. Imagine someone in your life who sees the enormity of your true essence. 8. Imagine a relationship where you are finally able to break free of the prison of the self-limiting that has sabotaged your growth and success in the past. Whether you are a coach, trainer, teacher, consultant, mentor, your ultimate goal would be helping people better themselves. The differences between all these amazing skills is in the delivery. If you are sharing information that you have obtained then you are actually teaching and/or training. If you sharing from your experiences then you are mentoring. If you are dealing drawing out deep rooted issues and helping people come out of addictions or fix issues in their lives then you are counseling.

rienced tacticians. They impart their experiences and knowledge upon players. There are a few problems with this approach. First, it assumes that how the coach used to do things is the best possible way of doing it. Secondly, it approaches players as if they are incapable of independent thought and devoid of knowing what’s best in any given moment. I’m not saying that teaching players and mentoring players on how to do something isn’t useful. I am saying that it is only part of what players need when it comes to improving their abilities and game. Being able to process through what went wrong, what went right and how to improve based on how YOU as an individual operates is far more important than how someone else would do it. We as humans are created uniquely and with different gifting’s. If you take some of the best players in any given sport and analyze them, you’ll find that they are the best for different reasons. Some shooting, some speed, some accuracy. Each of them, to improve, need to be able to grow in their strengths that apply to them. Coaching is how this is done with good, observant and inquisitive questions. Jeremiah Benoit 403-458-4318 jeremiahbenoit@gmail.com envisionlifetoday.com

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5th Avenue Memorial United Church The first Methodist Church was built on the corner of Third Street and Sixth Avenue where the present Royal Bank is situated. The first church, erected in 1883, was a small wood frame building. It was later replaced by a large brick church named Century Methodist in 1900. In 1912, this church was sold to the Royal Bank and construction commenced on the present day Fifth Avenue Memorial United Church at a cost of$100,000.00. It was originally named

Fifth Avenue Methodist Church which is clearly evident on the cornerstone of the building. Across the street from the church, the red brick church manse was erected. It still stands today and is owned by an individual. In 1925, Fifth Avenue Methodist Church became Fifth Avenue United Church through the union of the Methodist, Presbyterian and Congregational Churches. In June 1931, the congregation celebrated the


burning of the mortgage and one month later the church was gutted by fire. All that remained were the walls, the iron framework which suspended the roof, the beautiful Gothic stained glass windows, which were made in Quebec, as well as the pews. The congregation commenced rebuilding immediately opening five months later, but with some definite modifications. The roof line was changed to a simple, relatively low-sloped gable roof and the north and

south balconies inside the church were not rebuilt. In 1957, the attached Christian Education Building was built and dedicated in 1958. This addition provided a large gymnasium/auditorium, classrooms and offices at a cost of $140,000.00 precluding land costs. Fifth Avenue has served the community well – graduations, Red Cross meetings, Hospital Aid meetings, music concerts, Boy Scouts meetings, and numerous church functions to mention only a few.

As so many historical buildings, Fifth Avenue was constructed of local sandstone and red brick. Its bell tower faces Fourth Street and Fifth Avenue – hence the name. The churches’ front doors of the sanctuary and the Christian Education Building face Fourth Street. At the front of the church is a large historic pipe organ and, as it did in the past, it remains the main architectural focal point of the church. The church’s design was indeed ahead of other western churches as the sanctuary has a sloped

flloor f and curved pews which enables all the parishioners to have an excellent view of the alter and pulpit. Of the three balconies, only the rear balcony remains. The doors to the missing balconies remain, but when opened they reveal a solid wall. The basement with its relatively high ceiling houses many meeting rooms. It is one of the few churches in the city that has street level basement access. In 1998, Fifth Avenue United Church amalgamated with Memorial Salem United giving it is present name, Fifth Avenue Memorial United Church. Fifth Avenue Memorial has contributed much to the history and social fiber of Medicine Hat life and it is hoped that this contribution will continue for many generations to come.

We worship on Sunday mornings at 10:00 a.m. Please be our guest this Sunday. We will make you welcome and respect your individuality and your dignity regardless of your race or class, age or sexuality, background or income. Sunday School, youth groups and music.

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Chinese Alliance Church 870 - 4 Street SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-529-9623 Christian Reformed Church 300 Primrose Drive SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-529-5650 medicinehatcrc.org Church of Christ 278 Carry Drive SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-529-1378

All-Saints Anglican Church 606 - 12 Street SW Medicine Hat, AB 403-527-3240

Bible Fundamentalist Baptist Church 10 Cook Court SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-528-4423

Amor en accil_n 2348 Dunmore Rd SE Medicine Hat, AB www.amoreenaccion.ca

Bridge Church 350 - 1 Avenue NE Medicine Hat, AB 403-504-1478 mhbridge.ca


Church of Christ Crescent Heights 655 Stewart Drive NW Medicine Hat, AB 403-527-7311 mhcoc.weebly.com The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints 7 Saamis Rotary Way SW 1865 Division Avenue N 7 Sunrise Road SW Medicine Hat, AB

CHURCH Crestwood Mennonite Brethren Church 2348 Dunmore Road SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-526-5596 crestwoodmb.org Crossroads Church 1340 - 22 Street SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-527-7507 crossroadsmedhat.ca The Dream Centre Church 1714 Saamis Drive SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-527-9917 thedreamcentre.com Embassy of God 238 - 8 Street SW Medicine Hat, AB 403-529-2842 embassyofgod.ca

Evangelical Free Church

8 Palliser Place NE Medicine Hat, AB 403-527-5089 efreemh.com

Fifth Avenue Memorial United Church 476 - 4 Street SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-526-2237 www.famunitedchurch.ca

First Assembly of God 395 - 9 Street SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-526-2946 mhfirst.org Glenview Church of the Nazarene 4072 Strachan Rd SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-529-9300 glenviewnazarene.ca

Directory Hillcrest Evangelical Missionary Church 3785 - 13 Avenue SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-526-4010 hillcrestchurch.net Holy Family Parish 1451 Strachan Road SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-527-6933 holyfamilymh.ca

Global Prayer House 1156 - 27 Street SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-580-5981 globalprayerhouse.com

Iglesia Evanglelica Hispana De 1002 Yuill Street SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-526-5803

Grasslands Church Summit Centre, 221 North Railway Medicine Hat, AB 403-487-4784 grasslandschurch.com

Jehovah's Witnesses 62 Valleyview Dr. SW Medicine Hat, AB 403-526-5052

Gordon Memorial United Church 401 - 2 Street SE Redcliff, AB 403-548-7110 members.shaw.ca/gordon-memorial Heights Baptist Church 1250 Division Avenue SE, Medicine Hat, AB 403-527-0221 heightsbaptistchurch.ca

Life Church Medicine Hat 2366 Southview Drive SE, Medicine Hat, AB 403-526-6238 www.lifechurchmedhat. com The Link Christian Fellowship 901 - 3 Avenue SW Medicine Hat, AB 403-526-3388 linkchurch.org


Little Plume Evangelical Church Box 21 Medicine Hat, AB 10 min. south on Eagle Butte Road 403-529-2671 Medicine Hat Church of God 9 - 11 Street SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-527-6989 medicinehatchurchofgod.com Medicine Hat Family Church 534 - 18 Street SW Medicine Hat, AB 403-526-4095 discoverlife.ca Neighbourhood Church 616 - 3rd Street SE Medicine Hat, AB 587-409-5061


RCCG Jesus House Parish 299 College Drive SE Medicine Hat, AB. 403-866-6011 rccgjhmedicinehat.com The Redeemed Christian Church of God 935 9 Street SE Medicine Hat, AB In the Fireplace 403-866-6011

River Valley Community Church One Church Two Campus' 1101 Queen St SE 503A Allowance Ave SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-504-0123 rivervalleycommunitychurch.ca St. Ambrose Anglican Church 505 - 5 Street SE Redcliff, AB 403-548-6302 St. Barnabas Anglican Church 635 - 4 Street SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-526-7713 stbmh.ca St. John's Presbyterian Church 504 2 Street SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-526-4542 stjohnsmedicinehat.ca St. Patrick's Church 238 2 Ave NE Medicine Hat, AB 403-526-2265


St. Paul Lutheran Church 515 Sprague Way SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-527-2467 stpaulchurch.ca


St. Peter Lutheran Church 758 - 8 Street SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-526-4687 stpeterlutheranchurch. weebly.com The Salvation Army 164 Stratton Way SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-527-2474 salvationarmy.ca Seventh Day Adventist Church 1933 Dunmore Road SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-527-4848 medicinehatadventist.ca Soldiers of Christ Biker Church 503A Allowance Ave SE Medicine Hat, AB soldiersofchrist-mh.com Southview Church of God 2366 Southview Drive SE, Medicine Hat, AB 403-527-3483 svcog.ca Temple Baptist Church 606 - 7 Street SW Medicine Hat, AB 403-526-6479



United Church of Canada 476 - 4 Street SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-526-2237 Unity Lutheran Church 599 - 12 Street NW Medicine Hat, AB 403-527-7171 unitymh.com Victory Lutheran Church 2793 Southview Dr. SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-527-5617 victorylutheran.ca Westminster United Church 101 - 6 Street SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-526-5247 westminsteruc.com Youth With A Mission 1156 - 27 Street SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-580-5981 ywam.org





Envision Coaching Today 18 Elder Avenue SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-458-4318 www.envisionlifetoday.com Business coaching, Leadership coaching, Life Coaching, Personality Testing

CHURCHES Fifth Avenue Memorial United Church 476 – 4 Street SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-526-2237 www.famunitedchurch.ca Sunday service, Sunday School, Youth Group, Music

AUTOMOBILE/ VEHICLES Holiday RV Super Centre Bay3, 1800 South Highway Dr. Redcliff, AB 403-548-7087

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Jiffy Lube 3215 Dunmore Road SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-528-4356 LubexSOUTHERNALBERTA.jiffylube.com Oil changes & auto services


River Valley Community Church One Church – two campus' 1101 Queen Street SE 503A Allowance Ave. SE, Medicine Hat, AB 403-504-0123 www.rivervalleycommunitychurch.ca Sunday service, PromiseLand for Children

BUSINESS Victory Lutheran Church 2793 Southview Drive SE, Medicine Hat, AB 403-527-5617 www.victorylutheran.ca

Sunday services, Vacation Bible School, Bible study groups, Youth Group, Caregiver Support.


Global Expression Dance Studio 635 – 4th Street SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-487-2269

Cook Southland Funeral Chapel 901 - 13th Street SW Medicine Hat, AB 403-527-6455


Hip Hop and Breakdance Lessons for ages 3 and up


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Bice & Sons Drywall/ Stucco Services Ltd. 3, 2139-10 Avenue SW Medicine Hat, AB 403-527-7688 www.biceandsonsdrywall.com

Medicine Hat Monumental Co LTD 765 12th Street SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-527-5422 www.medhatmonumental.ab.ca

Boarding/Taping, Insulation, Ceilings, Painting, Steel Framing, Parging, Exterior Acrylic Stucco, Foam Build outs, Residential and Commercial

FASHIONS / CLOTHING Once Upon A Child 2, 3271 Dunmore Road SE, Medicine Hat, AB 403-526-6403 www.onceuponachildmedicinehat.com Buy and sell gently used kids stuff


Nurture Pregnancy Centre 321 – 6th Avenue SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-504-8560 www.nuturepregnancycentre.ca

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Pepper’s Pro Grass Services 613 – 16 Street SW Medicine Hat, AB 403-526-0031 www.peppersprograssservices.ca

20/20 Vision Care 431 – 3 Street SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-526-2020 www.2020visioncare.com Eye exams, eye wear

Beauty Counter 303 – 10 Street SW Medicine Hat, AB 403-928-3597

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www.beautycounter.com/ en-ca/brandithomas Beauty should be good for you, cleaner, safer products


Bow Appliances Service 403-977-1869 www.bowas.ca

“Service In Your Home” on all Washers, dryers, fridges, stoves and dishwashers

Factory Blind Outlet (FBO) 549 – 17 Street SW Medicine Hat, AB 403-525-4209

www.factoryblindoutlet.com Quality window coverings, locally manufactured at outlet prices!

Kirbapeal Medicine Hat, AB 403-928-4398 www.kirbapeal.com

House washing, window cleaning, gutter cleaning, pressure washing

Sewline Upholstery 674 – 16 Street SW Medicine Hat, AB 403-526-3377 www.sewline.ca Autos, home and yard

JEWELLERS Gold Dust Jewellery 910 Allowance Avenue SE, Medicine Hat, AB 403-526-0467 www.golddustjewellery.ca Custom jewellery design, manufacture and repair

ORGANIZATIONS Businessmen’s Fellowship Medicine Hat, AB 403-529-5267 / 403-977-3418 Bringing interest to Christian gospel

Canadian Food Grains Bank Medicine Hat, AB www.foodgrainsbank.ca A Christian response to hunger

Canadian Humanitarian Suite 1, 675 – 3rd Street SE, Medicine Hat, AB 403-527-2741 www.canadianhumanitarian.com Making a difference – breaking the cycle of poverty


Prairie Gleaners 11502 Range Road 63 Cypress County (Medicine Hat) AB 403-580-9432 www.prairiegleaners.com Support poor communities, processing and packaging of food and supplies that have been gleaned.

PRINTING Copy Works Design and Gifts 116, 3030 – 13 Avenue SE, Medicine Hat, AB 403-504-0011 www.copyworksdesign. com

Design - print - copy; banners & signs, promotional products, engraving, advertising, Custom t-shirts and stickers

REAL ESTATE Frank Devine Royal Lepage Community Realty 1202 Southview Drive SE, Medicine Hat, AB 403-548-5379 fjdevine@gmail.com

Residential, commercial, farms, acreages, development

BUSINESS RESTAURANTS Buffet Medicine Hat 111, 3215 Dunmore Rd SE, Medicine Hat, AB 403-528-3399 www.buffetmedicinehat. com Largest buffet selection Over 200 seating capacity Fully licenced, catering available

Humpty’s Restaurant 1343 Trans Canada Way SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-529-5535 www.humptys.com

Full service family restaurant, Quality food, senior discounts, Kids eat free Fridays

Extended Family Services Inc. 3183 Gershaw Drive SE, Medicine Hat, AB 403-458-0456 www.efsc.ca

In-home/supported living services Include: attending appointments,light housekeeping, shopping & errands, companionship

Masterpiece Southland Meadows 4401 Southlands Drive SE, Medicine Hat, AB 403-977-8009 www.masterpieceretirement.com

Luxury Suites, model suite for viewing. Optional service packages

Directory South Country Village 1720 Bell Street SW Medicine Hat, AB 403-526-2002 www.southcountryvillage.ca

Independent, Supportive and Continuing Care Living Options: Heritage Heights, Garden Estates, Garden Apartments, Haven Care Center, Sunnyside Care Center.

The Wellington Retirement Residence 1595 Southview Drive SE, Medicine Hat, AB Administration: 403-526-5762 Leasing Office: 403-526-2225 www.thewellingtonmh.com Enriching lives of seniors

SENIOR’S CARE Chinook Village 2801 – 13 Avenue SE Medicine Hat, AB 403-526-6951 www.chinookvillage.com Independent, Supportive, Assisted, Respite




Independent  Supportive  Assisted  Respite

Medicine Hat’s quality community of choice! With 25 years of experience we offer progressive and active lifestyle options for those 50+ years of age.

Call today to book your private tour!

403-526-6951 chinookvillage.com


2801 13 Ave SE, Medicine Hat, AB T1A 3R1

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Christian Business Directory 2019  

The 5th Annual Christian Business Directory for Medicine Hat and Area, featuring ads, articles, listings and more.

Christian Business Directory 2019  

The 5th Annual Christian Business Directory for Medicine Hat and Area, featuring ads, articles, listings and more.

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