Brief History of the Bow Cliff Centre
Bow Cliff Seniors was established in 1975 to serve the needs of seniors in the southwest of Calgary. Over the course of the past 40 years, it has grown in its programming and events. In 2016, its original location at 608 Poplar Road was demolished and the group was relocated to 3375 Spruce Drive SW which is adjacent to the old building.
Board of Directors
Jean Langdon - President
Georgia Jaques - Treasurer
Linda Doornbos - Secretary
Wayne Nylor - Director
Gail Martin - Director
Maureen Furze - Director
Maureen Benning - Director
Brenda Barclay - Director
Dan Pyper - Director
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The Family & Community Support Services provide funding to social services in the Calgary community. They emphasize prevention, volunteerism, and local autonomy. FCSS Calgary prevented many people from experiencing crisis through building skills to overcome challenges like poverty, homelessness, violence, addictions, and mental health issues. FCSS has a great partnership with the Government of Alberta and municipalities.
To contribute to the healthy aging of older adults by providing opportunities for involvement and active living.
Our Mission Statement
To promote and support the well being, independence and zest for living of older adults in the South West area of Calgary by providing congenial, stimulating , accessible, safe and supportive physical activities and programs.