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Slave Lake, Alberta
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Congratulations to Adam Ching on taking 1st in the derby over the weekend. It looks like you had a lot of fun!
We're proud to be sponsoring Adam Ching once again in the Pioneer Thresherman's Demo Derby and Mod Bog Racing, this weekend in High Prairie! The truck looks great Adam! Can't wait to see what it looks like after you win :)
In addition to our anniversary on Friday, it was also Friends for Learning’s annual Jail N Bail Event. We couldn’t resist having Jack arrested for being a Flames fan. But the joke was on us when the crew arrived to arrest Tanya Parada as well!
The "New" Whitecap celebrates 1 year!!
It’s hard to believe but it’s been one year since Colin Parada became the new owner of Whitecap and we became known as Whitecap Chevrolet Buick GMC. Last Friday we celebrated with our customers, new and old. While the rain meant bringing the party inside, it was so nice to see so many familiar faces under one roof. We even managed to get a photo of Cate and Karl, owners of Whitecap for 28 years, with Colin and his wife Tanya. This is what this party was all about.. the coming together of our great history and celebrating our bright future. Thank you to everyone who made this event such a huge success.
Who’s ready for duck hunting? #GoOilers #OrangeCrush #AllinGoodFun!
Oiler fever has hit Whitecap and even our Chevy Cruze is getting in on the fun! We’re all dressed and ready for the game tonight…are you? #GoOilers #Orange Crush
Want to buy our Oiler’s car? It’s for sale! Check it out here
Baskets of Love
Yesterday we wrapped up and delivered 30 gift baskets to Northern Haven's Community Services Program. We'd like to thank everyone who has contributed money or unopened beauty products to fill these baskets for our first annual Baskets of Love Fundraiser.
Northern Haven Support Society's Community Services Program supports women and children, in the Slave Lake area, who are fleeing abuse or are vulnerable to being victims of abuse due to lack of support systems and resources. Their Community Services Support Workers help clients with safety planning, securing income support and housing, as well as skill building.