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Snow Angels program in St. Paul helps people who can't shovel

Snow being shoveled off a sidewalk (Photo credits - Ryan Hunt)

"We have a few community groups that will come out and do snow shoveling...it gives those groups an opportunity to give back, and you can't beat that" -Brenda Billo, St. Paul FCSS Program and Administration Assistant

 

 

St. Paul Regional Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) are supporting the community this winter with the Snow Angels program. The purpose of the Snow Angels is to help those who have a hard time moving around shovel their driveways and walkways to avoid other types of emergencies like slipping and falling.

Brenda Billo, St. Paul FCSS Program and Administration Assistant, Spoke with CFWE Radio about the program and what it entails.

 

 

For those who want to become a Snow Angel, or those looking for a Snow Angel in St. Paul, Billo said you can pop by the FCSS office, or call them at 780-645-5311. 

Billo also explained how important the program is to the community of St. Paul and how it keeps everything running smoothly.

 

 

Every few weeks during the Alberta winters, we're always put to the test with big snowfalls. Billo says that the community of St. Paul is always there to answer to those who need help, even outside of the Snow Angels.

 

 

More information on the program can be found on the St. Paul FCSS website.

Do you have a story idea? Email me at ryan@windspeakermedia.com

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