High River Flyers Community Programs
The High River Flyers are involved in a wide array of community programs and initiatives which help our players grow as individuals and ambassadors and enrich the spirit of the community. Some of the programs we’re involved in are:
Flyers supporting the community that supports them by partnering with local businesses to offer a festive evening of shopping in December.
Flyers Shop & Social
The Junior Flyer program awards one lucky hockey player aged 6-9 with the opportunity to skate out with the Flyers at the start of each game and line up with the starting line-up.
Foothills and area Minor Hockey Associations
Flyers host an annual game that supports the fighters, admires the survivors and honors those taken, while raising awareness and funds in support of the Cancer Care Clinic at the High River Hospital.
High River Cancer Care Centre
Flyers players visit elementary schools to play floor hockey, read stories, and participate in other activities with students.
School Visit Program (High River & area schools)
Flyers offer free admission to guests who bring a teddy bear to donate to the Salvation Army’s annual toy drive. Teddy bears must be new with tags on. This game normally occurs the 2nd Friday in December.
Teddy Bear Toss Game
Flyers players, coaches, and volunteers attend local fundraising events and community initiatives from sponsors and other local organizations.
Tim Hortons Camp Day, DQ Miracle Treat Day, McDonald’s McHappy Day, High River Sobeys, High River Food Bank, etc.
Flyers volunteer to coach children in the community recreation hockey program, skating with youth on Friday nights and dropping into skate with the community during public skating times.
Town of High River Parks & Recreation Programs