Community Groups

Oilfields Sports Association

Looking for local sports such as soccer or baseball for your children? We are a volunteer based non-profit organization that organizes outdoor sports for youth ages 4-18 in our community. Registration is usually in March, and the playing season runs from April – June for baseball/soccer. Please check out www.oilfieldssportsassociation.com for more information.

D.A.R.E. Works Foothills Society

The D.A.R.E. Works Society was established in 1998 as a branch society of the De Winton Rural Crime Watch Association then, in the spring of 2004, the Society established itself as a registered society and registered charity in its own right under the name D.A.R.E. Works Foothills Society.

Since inception, the Society has worked in partnership with the RCMP detachments in Okotoks, High River and Turner Valley. The Society’s original goal was to ensure the D.A.R.E. Program would be delivered in every grade six classroom in the MD of Foothills. The Society struck an agreement with the RCMP to designate a full-time police officer to coordinate and deliver the program in exchange for funding of the position by the Society and eight stakeholders (Foothills School Division, the MD of Foothills, the municipalities of High River, Okotoks, Black Diamond, Turner Valley, Longview and the Strathcona Tweedsmuir School). The separate school division in the MD of Foothills chose not to participate in the program at that time. 

In subsequent years, the Society expanded the D.A.R.E. program to include delivery of a follow-up and reinforcement program to grade eight students. The expansion entailed hiring and training a D.A.R.E. Officer to deliver the program part-time. Recently the Society further expanded its program to include a Parent Program, offering parents information on drug-related issues, as well as guidance on topics such as bullying and safe internet use. The Parent Program is currently run in two evening sessions at various times throughout the school year in High River, Okotoks, and Turner Valley. The Society’s next goal is to research, plan and find the resources for expanding the program into the high schools.

The DARE Works Foothills Society is always looking for Volunteers to sit on their Board. If you are interested please submit an application through the Prospective Board Members and Volunteers section of our website: http://www.darefoothills.ca/volunteer-opportunities.html

Boys and Girls Club of Diamond Valley & District

The Boys and Girls Club of Canada is a not-for-profit organization that serves over 700 communities across Canada. Each club creates a safe, supportive environment where children and youth experience new opportunities, overcome barriers, build positive relationships, and develop confidence and skills for life.

The Boys and Girls Club of Diamond Valley & District based in Black Diamond serves several communities in the foothills district. The club offers a variety of programs such as Pre-school, After School Care, Teen Group, and Summer Camps.

To learn more about the programs and parent resources BGCDVD offers please call; 403-933-4066 or visit www.BGCDVD.com

Valley Neighbours Club

The Valley Neighbours Club in Turner Valley strives to provide members with programs, services and activities to meet their health, recreational, and social needs and to enhance the quality of life of the members.

For more information please contact Barb Savage at 403-933-4782.

Valley Neighbours Gardening Club:

For more information please contact Bea at 403.933.7131.

Diamond Valley Chamber of Commerce:

The Diamond Valley Chamber of Commerce serves the communities of Black Diamond, Turner Valley, Longview, Millarville and the surrounding area. In the Heart of the Cowboy Trail along highway 22.

Sheep Creek Arts Council:

The Sheep Creek Arts Council is a volunteer organization dedicated to the betterment of our community by providing programs to promote and develop appreciation and participation in a wide variety of arts.

New Class List:  SCAC FCEW2014

Location: Classes take place in the Sheep Creek Arts Council rooms located in Bay 1 & 2, 133 Sunset Blvd., Turner Valley.

Contact: for more information and registration in any of these classes call Evelyn at 933-3947