The High River Sunset Drive-In Is a lot more than just a place to recapture memories and watch movies from the past.
It's also a huge community supporter.
Roger Hamel says they handed out almost $10,500 dollars to 25 community groups on Sunday.
"What we do at the drive-in is that every Friday and Saturday night smaller charities, they come in and park their cars and we share the proceeds with those charities."
Each group received $419.40 from the 2022 drive-in season.
"They're charities like Baby It's Cold Outside is one of them, I just love their idea, what they're doing to help people, the Longview 4-H Beef Club, those young people are out there helping whenever they're asked, High River Handi-Bus, they're so appreciative of every dollar they get, little things like the Oddfellows Lodge here in town, I've learned what all these little charities do and they all give back."
Here is the complete list of charities:
1. Wild Rose Community Connections
2. Foothills Kinettes
3. High River Catholic Fine Arts Parents Association
4. Solace Grief Support Society
5. Marks in Support of Jumpstart
6. Inclusion Foothills Association
7. Boys and Girls Club of the Foothills
8. High River Performing Arts Foundation (The Venue)
9. Orenda Society
10. Baby It’s Cold Outside
11. High River Oddfellows Lodge #22
12. High River Handi Bus
13. Stavely Parent Advisory Association
14. Special Olympics Foothills
15. Rowan House Emergency Shelter
16. The PREP Program c/o Adele’s Over the Rainbow Baskets
17. 187 Foothills Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron
18. Western Financial Group Communities Foundation
19. Longview 4-H Beef Club
20. United Way/High River Partnership
21. Foothills 4H Sheep and Multi Club
22. Kinsmen Club of High River
23. High River Fish and Game Association
24. Canadian Rockies Gay Rodeo Association
25. High River United Church
Members of the Sunset Drive-In family include: Jill Shaw, Wes Shaw, Roger Hamel, Jean Mckeen, Liz Shaw, Ramona Steed and Zach McLean