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ELIM Village – Legacy Ridge Project, Lethbridge

October 06, 2014

Elim was established in the late 1960s as a society with the intention of providing Senior Home facilities to members of the Reformed Christian community in the Lethbridge area. Their goal is to look after seniors in an atmosphere that promotes and endorses our beliefs in a caring communal setting. Currently Elim has 250 families or members.

In 1987, the Society purchased a facility in Lethbridge called Balmoral House, which allowed for apartment style living for seniors. They are now constructing a two-storey congregate living facility in the residential area of Legacy Ridge. This facility will consist of 42 units. Three meals a day will be provided, and space has been set aside for recreational activities such as wood working. The site is located within easy travel distance to Lethbridge’s many facilities, recreational areas,
and churches.

Christian Credit Union is pleased to provide a mortgage for $8,000,000 for the new facility. We also offer weekly on-site banking for the residents at Balmoral House.


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