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A staff member of the Pincher Creek Women's Emergency Shelter, in centre wearing a purple hoodie, accepts two bags of donations. On her left is Sally Rumsey who has red hair and is wearing a burgundy winter coat with a poppy on the lapel, and on her right is Bonnie Gaetz-Simpson, who has grey hair and is wearing a teal blue winter coat.

Thank you, Pincher-Cowley Roaring Lions


Roaring Lions make donation to Pincher Creek women’s shelter

Members of the Pincher-Cowley Roaring Lions Club recognize the important role of the community in providing women and their families a safe place when needed. Twice a year, the club donates necessary items to the Pincher Creek Women’s Emergency Shelter.

Committee leader Sally Rumsey, left, and club president Bonnie Gaetz-Simpson, right, recently passed along the fall donation to a PCWES staff member.


Table setting of wedding venue — the Cowley Lions Campground Stockade near Pincher Creek in southwestern Alberta.