iRespect at Westerner Days Parade 2017

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Volunteers and staff from the Central Alberta Sexual Assault Support Centre walked together in the 2017 Westerner Days Parade. The event took place the morning of Wednesday July 19th in Downtown Red Deer. The float’s theme was 150 Ways I Respect for Canada’s 150th birthday and for the Centre’s iRespect Campaign. Main decorations were the Made to Respect t-shirts worn by those walking with the float and over 100 iRespect signs held by volunteers and showcased on the float itself. Local latin band Grupo Konga joined CASASC and performed some of their flavourful music as the float moved down the streets. CASASC’s parade entry won an Honourable Mention right behind first and second place!

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