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Family & Community Support Services
FCSS is a program between the province and local municipalities with the objective of building strong communities through prevention, self-help and volunteerism. Inside Cremona's FCSS office, you will find a wealth of information, including:
- Welcome Bags for folks who are new to the area
- a resource library
- providing a meeting space for Non-Profit, volunteer groups to use
- a resource wall with information on many different topics.
Jennie Thompson, FCSS Coordinator, is happy to answer whatever questions you may have.
Office hours are Tuesday & Thursday, 9 am - 3 pm, unless otherwise posted.
Volunteer Advisory Board:
Molly Lerbekmo, Chair
Bi-monthly newsletters are mailed out to all residents who receive flyers in Cremona, Water Valley, and RR 2, Carstairs, and are available for free pickup around Cremona and Water Valley. Any not-for-profit group in the Cremona and Water Valley area is welcome to submit information.
Location: 112 Railway Avenue
Mailing: Box 10, Cremona, AB T0M 0R0
Phone: 403-637-3731 or 403-510-4521
E-mail - firstname.lastname@example.org
Cremona FCSS on Facebook
To find out more about Family & Community Support Services (FCSS) in Alberta, visit fcssaa.org.
Cremona/Water Valley Parent LINK Centre
202 2nd St West (Cremona Congregational Church)
The Village of Cremona operates two separate cemeteries. They are set in one of the most beautiful parts of Alberta and provide a peaceful and tranquil resting place. The older one, established in 1936, is located approximately 1 km east of Cremona on Hwy 580. It overlooks the newer cemetery, established in 2000, directly to the east.
Cemetery Fees and Procedures
Community Engagement Site
The Cremona Community Engagement site promotes lifelong learning in our rural community. Through this facility, continuing education and leisure programs are offered, including those focused on health and wellness. CES partners with Campus Alberta Central, which is a joint venture between Red Deer College and Olds College, to provide stewardship to meet the learning needs of the communities of Central Alberta. This allows learners to participate in post-secondary education courses from their own homes or community. The CCES provides a venue for these interactive, educational opportunities and offers on-site support to participants. The facility is located in the Cremona School with a dedicated entrance to the learning site on the S.E. corner. High speed internet is offered for those who cannot access the internet because of geographical challenges. Rooms are also available to rent for meetings or classes.
For more information, contact the coordinator by phone at 403-337-4277, by e-mail to email@example.com, or visit www.cremonaces.com.