Announcements of October 3rd

AIHFS

Fundraiser For Standing Rock Update
We are humbled and appreciative that the total amount raised at our September 23rd Fundraiser for the Standing Rock Sioux was $2,298.00 Thanks again for everyone that came out that night!

We’d also like to say a special thank you to the following AIHFS staff and community members that volunteered their time to make this happen.

-Staff-
Keith Dayson; Sarah Brant; Chantel Henry; Nickole Fox; Jamie Alvord; Shelly Nimocks-Hinshaw; Karen Marshall; John Marcus; D’Arcy Hearn; Carmen Mendoza-King; Jacquelene Hollier-Jackson

-Community Members-
Kirk Schuyler; Dave Huizenga; Connie Pashenee; Jeremy Royer; Nancy Walker; Chloe Brown; Jeff Winchester; Emily Warren

The raffle winners from that night were as follows:
Angela Sedoskey won the baby Pendleton.
Lance Montour won the 50/50 drawing.
Marc Roland and his family won a painting and a quilt.

Last, but not least, we would like to give a special thanks to Jerry Cleland and…

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Parents of missing 5-year-old plead for safe return of son, grandparents

Global News

CALGARY- The parents of a missing five-year-old boy who vanished along with his grandparents are making a desperate plea for their safe return.

5-year-old Nathan O’Brien, 66-year-old Alvin Cecil Liknes and 53-year-old Kathryn Fay Liknes have not been seen since Sunday night, when Nathan’s mother dropped him off at the Liknes’ Parkhill home for a sleepover. An Amber Alert has since been issued, but so far there is no sign of the trio.

In a news conference on Wednesday, parents Rod and Jen O’Brien tearfully spoke directly to their missing son.

“Nathan, your mom and dad, [brothers] Luke and Maximus, your whole family loves you,” said an emotional Rod O’Brien. “Nathan you are our superhero right now, and we’re going to bring you home very soon.”

He added that Nathan is the “glue in our family”, and that as he gets older he gets more kinder.

“Nathan, I need…

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