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6 Week Health Challenge

The CrossFit 403, Six Week Team Health Challenge starts April 17th, aimed at getting  you on track for long term physical and mental health.


How Does It Work

You will be placed on a team. Your teammates will rely on you, just as much as you rely on them

 All of the positive (and negative) choices you make will earn you and your team points (or cost you points)!

 You will have chances to win prizes every week and a GRAND PRIZE!

 You can eat Paleo, or if you’re not ready for that yet, we can ease you in and just get you on track for clean eating!


What’s Included

1. Before and after Body composition testing by BioMetrics ($85 value!)

2. Full meal plans including weekly crockpot recipes ($100 value!)

3. 3 beginner crossfit classes per week for non- members ($110 value!)

4. End of challenge photo shoot! Yes, that’s right! We will include a final photo shoot with digital copies provided to you of you doing your favorite crossfit moves!! What better way to be proud of your accomplishments! We’ll make sure to get your good side($100 value!)

5. A copy of Paleo Plan, Quick start guide and challenge ($30 value)

6. Over $1000 in prizes including weekly winners

7. Grocery shopping lists

8. Constant support and communication from Alicia and Jessie. We will be available to answer questions, help lead workouts outside of the gym if needed and analyze your food journals when you need help with your eating.



April 13, 2014 – Body Composition assessment #1

April 15, 2014 – Orientation and info session

April 17, 2014 – Official challenge start date!

May 30, 2014 – Final day of the challenge

May 31, 2014 – Body Composition Assessment #2


$300 for non CrossFit 403 members! $460 value! Take the challenge just, email

$200 for current CrossFit 403 Members! $350 value!  Take the challenge, just email


Want a discount?

If you’re already a member at Crossfit 403, bring in a friend (non-member) to join this challenge and you’ll BOTH get $25 off of your entry fee!

Nominate An Airdrie Volunteer


Time is running out if you plan to nominate a local individual, business, or organization for the 2014 Airdrie Volunteer of the Year Awards. While the awards are not held until May, nominations need to be made by March 28th.


We Q & A with City of Airdrie Community Developer, Robbie White for all the details.


What is the background behind the Volunteer Of The Year Awards?

The awards were started about eight years ago by the City of Airdrie, to recognize volunteers in the community. When they started it was just the one award, the Volunteer of the Year Award. A few years ago we expanded it to include four different categories, to really encapsulate the various types of volunteers we have in the community.

What are the Various Award Categories?

The first is the Soul of Airdrie Award which is the Volunteer of the Year Award. The Leader of Tomorrow Award is for youth in the community age 11 – 18. The Volunteer Advocate is for a non profit organization, committee or some sort of group and finally we have the Ambassador Award for a local business or proprietor.

How can residents go about nominating an individual, organization, or business?

The nominations are all done online, but if people are not comfortable with that, we can certainly guide them through it, but it’s pretty user friendly. There’s a form to fill out and also if you’re giving a letter of support for somebody, it’s also done online. Nominate a volunteer here

What do you love about Airdrie?

I’m not just saying this because you’re interviewing me for the Volunteer Awards, but there really is an attitude or philosophy with people in Airdrie to give back in some way, or be involved in some way. Wheather it’s volunteering in their kids class at school, or helping out with their hockey team, or not for profit. Everyone seems to do something to give back to the community.

Around The World Travelling Supper


The Around The World Travelling Supper is already being mentioned as one of the hottest Airdrie events of  2014. Enjoy great food, drinks and laughs as you tour the city tasting menu creations from some of Airdrie’s top culinary professionals.

Join Rico’s in the Village, Taj Indian Restaurant, Paros on Main & The Woods Restaurant & Patio as they fill you with great eats, treats and more, while raising funds to support the 2014 Alberta Summer Games, taking place in Airdrie, July 24th-27th!

Tickets include the cost of 1 drink during registration at Woodside, tasting meals at the 3 participating restaurants and dessert at The Woods. Any alcoholic beverages are an additional cost. Get your tickets hereor at any of the participating restaurants.

**You must be 18 years old or over to attend this event. ID may be required at time of registration.
**Buses leave Woodside Golf Course promptly at 6pm. Please ensure you arrive prior to 5:45pm for registration.
**In order to purchase alcoholic beverages, drink tickets are required. Tickets can be purchased with CASH ONLY during the bus rides and at each restaurant.
**A bank machine is available at Woodside Golf Course and tickets will be sold prior to and during the event.
**Buses will return to Woodside at approximately 9:15pm. **Please contact Miranda Skelton at (403) 464-0636 with any questions.

Airdrie, AB. Around The Worls Traveling Supper

BGC Airdrie Pink And Paper Shirts


Pink T-Shirt Day is quickly approaching and if you didn’t happen to pre-order the newly designed Tee, don’t fret. In this Episode we chat with Marie, from the Airdrie Boy’s and Girl’s Club about Pink T-Shirt Day, how you can still get your Pink T-Shirt and how Airdrie businesses can get involved with the club’s Paper T-Shirt campaign.

Q & A With Marie:

Marie, can you share a little about Pink T-Shirt Day, for our viewers who may not be familiar with it?

Pink Shirt Day started on the East Cost. A boy had moved to a new school and was bullied for wearing a pink shirt, being called gay and other words that would go along with that. A bunch of seniors heard what was going on and decided they weren’t going to stand for that in their school. The next day they brought in a whole bunch of pink shirts and the whole school showed their support for this boy who had been picked on. It’s grown and grown from there, so the idea is to where a pink shirt to your school and to show your support to end bullying in your school.

Pre-sales for the newly designed shirts has wrapped up. How can the public still go about getting one?

 Contact us on February 19th when they will have all arrived. At that point we will be selling to the public who haven’t  pre-ordered. The will be $10.00.

What is the Paper T-Shirt Campaign and how can Airdrie businesses get involved with it?

 We have paper T-Shirts for sale that are $2.00 each, in various businesses throughout Airdrie, to help raise support for ending bullying in Airdrie. If your business would like to get involved, just contact the Centre and we can help them get set up with that. 403-948-3331.

What do you love about Airdrie?

 I love what a community feel Airdrie has. I’m new to the city and ever since I moved here, I felt like i’m part of things and I love the support that it gives to it’s various causes.

Pink Shirt Day happens on February 26, 2014. There will be a Pink Party held at The Airdrie Boy’s and Girl’s Club Centre, with special guests, speakers and entertainment. Look for more Pink Shirt Day information from Airdrie 360, in the weeks to come. To get your own pink shirt, or to get involved with the paper shirt campaign, please call the Centre at 403-948-3331.

Airdrie Transit Route 4


Airdrie Transit Route 4 is your Airdrie to CrossIron Mills Connection. Airdrie Transit Coordinator, Chris MacIsaac, gives us all the details on the launch of their latest route.

Q & A

Airdrie Transit recently launched Route 4, Airdrie to CrossIron Mills Mall. Can you share some of the details on it?

Route 4 is our new service that operates from Airdrie to Crossiron Mills on weekends and statutory holidays. It was born out of the need to have more transportation options to and from the mall.

What type of customer do you see really benefitting from Route 4?

We see three groups of customers that will be using the service from day one: Students that would like to have the option to get away from their parents taxi to get to the mall, seniors who love to have recreational time outside of their home, the general public who have been asking for the service. We’re happy we can provide that.

As far as fares, scheduling and stops go, where can we get that information?

If your looking for information on fares and schedules, the best place to find that information is on our website


For the latest transit updates, follow @AirdrieTransit on twitter >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

4th Annual Mall in The Hall


One day and two big events in support of awareness, research and a cure for Hemophilia. On November 30, 2013 Carters Quest For A Cure will be holding their 4th Annual Mall in The Hall and Bids For Bruisers Auction Event

Mall in The Hall Quick Facts

  • Location: Best Western Regency Inn – . 121 Edmonton Trail S.E, Airdrie
  • Date/Time: Saturday November 30th 10:00am- 4:00pm
  • Santa Pictures: 11:00 am – 2:00pm
  • Face Painting: 11:00am -2:00pm
  • Kids Secret Shopping Section: 10:00am- 4:00pm
  • Raffle Prizes: 1st Prize: 2 West Jet Tickets 2nd Prize: IPAD Mini. Draw will take Place at the Bids for Bruisers at 11:00pm.

Bids For Bruisers

  • Location of Cocktail reception: Best Western Regency Inn – Airdrie
  • Date/Time: Saturday November 30th 7:00pm – Midnight
  • Live Auction starts: 8:30pm
  • Music & Dancing : 10:00pm
  • ONLINE Auction: The auction is now open for bids


Davis Chev. Ladies Night Supporting BGC Airdrie


A catered evening with fabulous treats, drinks, gifts and someone is winning a trip to Las Vegas. It’s ladies night at Davis Chevrolet, Wednesday November, 20th, with all proceeds going directly to the Airdrie Boy’s and Girl’s Club.

“But I need a babysitter” No problem! BGC Airdrie will be on hand to entertain the kids in a separate room with fun and games.

Davis is taking the the standard garage party to a whole other level, so come on out and enjoy an evening of networking with other Airdrie women, learn a little about your vehicle and the people who service it.

You know you deserve a night out. Get your $20.00 ticket by stopping by the front desk at Davis Chevrolet or here  with 100% of proceeds going to the Boy’s and Girl’s Club of Airdrie.

SLAM In Airdrie Presents Oktoberfest Howler


It’s the hottest Halloween event of the year, the SLAM In Airdrie Oktoberfest Howler. Enjoy a beer & wine tasting, live music by Sharp Hill, Scar Belly Creek and Bad Boys Of Bedlam.

Quick facts

  • 5:00pm – 9:00pm – Come and sample different beer wine and spirits from many different reps. There will also be Oktoberfest activities and contests
  • 9:00pm – 1:00pm – The Howler kicks off, so get into costume. The bands go into full swing and the full bar opens.
  • Tickets are only $30.00 and include $10.00 worth of tasting tickets. Buy your tickets here or at the door.
  • Located at the Airdrie Town & Country Centre. 275 Jensen Drive Airdrie, AB
Win tickets by visiting SLAM In Airdrie on facebook and telling them why you want to go. Best answer wins and there’s 2 pairs up for grabs


Culture At The Creek A Must Attend Event

Come celebrate Alberta Culture Days September 27, 28th and 29th, when Culture At The Creek takes over Airdrie’s Nose Creek Park. FREE activities for for everyone in the family with music, foods, arts, performances and much more!

 “This is the best Culture At The Creek We’ve ever done! We have over 26 different food art and fun vendors. We have the Propak Art Pavilion,where you can go on in and do all sorts of hands-on arts. We have the Davis Chevrolet performance Stage where the SLAM musicians will be and we also have multi cultural groups coming to town and doing some different acts for us.”
– Sherry Shaw-Froggatt
Culture At The Creek runs:
Friday September 27 8:30am -2:30pm
Saturday September 28 11:00am – 4:00pm
Sunday September 29 11:00am – 4:00pm
For full details and schedule, visit

airdrielife 360: Sarah Ferguson Fall 2013


Sarah Ferguson is a true Airdrie talent. A natural actress since an early age (just ask her mom), Sarah took 10 years of dance, musical theatre, jazz and hip hop in Airdrie. She was involved in Airdrie’s Kids on Broadway and taught the program for two years. She graduated from St. Martin De Porres in 2010 and is a recent graduate of Mount Royal University’s theatre performance program, having appeared in Scenes from an American Life, Man of the North, A Prairie Boy’s Winter and The Rocky Horror Show

Sarah starts her next chapter this fall at Simon Fraser University, where she plans to obtain a bachelor of fine arts degree in theatre performance. Parents of little ones who attended The Little Gym were crushed to learn that Sarah is leaving to pursue school in B.C., as she is incredibly well-loved by the children and famous for her love of costumes, making Halloween a whole month of fun.

Vancouver’s gain is definitely Airdrie’s loss. Break a leg, Sarah!

Story courtesy airdrielife magazine

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