Home front – September 28

Interested in getting a small tattoo and help out a charity, too? Expert Body Mod’s 2nd Tattoos for the Red Deer Food Bank is running an event on Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. Individuals can bring in a four-by-four-inch tattoo design and for $80 and a nonperishable food item, they’ll get a tattoo.

Tattoo for charity

Interested in getting a small tattoo and help out a charity, too? Expert Body Mod’s 2nd Tattoos for the Red Deer Food Bank is running an event on Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. Individuals can bring in a four-by-four-inch tattoo design and for $80 and a nonperishable food item, they’ll get a tattoo. All proceeds will go to the food bank. There is a limit of one tattoo per person so the shop can get as many people tattooed as possible. The address is #202 4734 50th St. in Red Deer.


Gaming, liquor report

Safe Communities Central Alberta will receive a provincial update from Alberta Gaming and Liquor at a luncheon on Oct. 5, Safe Communities Day. Eric Baich from Alberta Gaming and Liquor programs will speak on social responsibility regarding alcohol, drinking statistics and more. A question-and-answer session will follow. Admission is $15 for Safe Communities 2011 members. The cost for new members or those renewing membership for 2012 is $35 per person, including lunch. Membership renewal is $100 per organization or business, which includes lunch for four, with additional lunches $15 each. The luncheon runs from 11:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. at Michener Recreation Centre Auditorium, the corner of 51A Street and 38A Avenue.


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