Welcome!, ¡Bienvenido!, Сардэчна запрашаем!, Bienvenue!,
ようこそ!, Herzlich Willkommen!, Bem-vindo!
A Message from our Club President
Thank you for visiting our site. We hope to answer your and whet your appetite to learn more. Check out our Links page for information on Friendship Force on a local, national and international level.
Through our parent organization, Friendship Force International, we are able to travel as a group of ambassadors, to places we might not feel comfortable visiting otherwise, places where we may not know the language or where we may not feel safe if we were not being hosted by our Friendship Force friends.
Our Lethbridge club is proud to be the first in Canada, celebrating it’s 25th anniversary in 2019. We have members who have been in the club for years and we also regularly attract new members.
Our goal this year is to have more fun activities amongst our own club in addition to our usual travelling and hosting activities.
The motto of Friendship Force is “Faces not Places” so we endeavour to acquaint our guests with the first nations and immigrant populations who reside in our prairie home.
We welcome visitors to attend our activities. If you have questions or are interested in participating in one of our activities check our monthly calendar and contact me at
Deb Stephen, President
Soaring above the Oldman River and the Indian Battle Park in Lethbridge, the high-level railway bridge looms over the landscape.