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Local MP Damien Kurek recently hosted a virtual town hall where issues ranging from western alienation to the management of the ongoing pandemic were raised.
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Western alientation a prominent theme during virtual town hall hosted by MP Damien Kurek

Kurek noted that there is an unprecedented ‘Ottawa knows best’ strategy that is failing Canadians

Local MP Damien Kurek recently hosted a virtual town hall where issues ranging from western alienation to the management of the ongoing pandemic were raised.
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A fundraiser for the P&H Elevator is being held with the help of Teresa’s Catering

‘Let Teresa’s Catering Cook Easter Dinner’ will help to raise funds for the P&H Preservation Society

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Pictured here is Stettler’s Jenner Smith with a guide dog from Aspen Service Dogs. An online auction will be running soon to help raise funds for Jenner to receive his very own service dog later this year. Jenner, who is four years old, was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder in 2019. photo submitted

An online auction is planned to raise funds for a service dog for a Stettler family

Jenner Smith, four, was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder in 2019

Pictured here is Stettler’s Jenner Smith with a guide dog from Aspen Service Dogs. An online auction will be running soon to help raise funds for Jenner to receive his very own service dog later this year. Jenner, who is four years old, was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder in 2019. photo submitted
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Stettler Handi-bus is putting out the call for more community support

Medical van for out of town trips hasn’t been running since Jan. 1st, 2021

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Peggy Vockeroth is a student advisor with Campus Alberta Central, which is housed at the Stettler Learning Centre.
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Lifelong learning – it’s all in a day’s work for Peggy Vockeroth

Vockeroth works with Campus Alberta Centre out of the Stettler Learning Centre

Peggy Vockeroth is a student advisor with Campus Alberta Central, which is housed at the Stettler Learning Centre.
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The call is out in Rimbey to sign on with a group that is all about building connections

‘Already, we are building a network where we can rely on each other and help each other out’

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A locally-produced video project aims to preserve Canada’s railway history

‘Railways have been an integral part of Canadian history since 1836’

Pictured here are staff from the Stettler RCMP detachment on Pink Shirt Day, which was Feb. 24th. From left are Cst. Vojnovic, Cst. Dhaliwal, Marlene Orich, Cst. Wallace, Rita Hennel, Tracey Marko, Sgt. Gaultois, Gord Lawlor, Krista Dryden, and Kevin Mageean.
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Heartland Victims Services continues to broaden services

Victims Services provides support, information and referral to all victims of crime, trauma or tragedy

Pictured here are staff from the Stettler RCMP detachment on Pink Shirt Day, which was Feb. 24th. From left are Cst. Vojnovic, Cst. Dhaliwal, Marlene Orich, Cst. Wallace, Rita Hennel, Tracey Marko, Sgt. Gaultois, Gord Lawlor, Krista Dryden, and Kevin Mageean.
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Stettler Food Bank is well stocked after generous donations during the holiday season. Contributed photo

Numbers being served at the Stettler Food Bank at near normal levels

The Stettler Food Bank is located in the basement of Stettler’s United Church

Stettler Food Bank is well stocked after generous donations during the holiday season. Contributed photo
Heartland Youth Centre staff helped out with Meals on Wheels one day during the recent cold snap. From left, Christel Shuckburgh, Pat Wood, Melanie Koch, Sara Wengryn and Winnie Bissett, who is celebrating her 32nd year with the Centre this month. (Photo submitted)

Stettler’s Winnie Bissett is marking 32 years with the Heartland Youth Center

‘We really try to inspire them to learn what it is to give back.’

Heartland Youth Centre staff helped out with Meals on Wheels one day during the recent cold snap. From left, Christel Shuckburgh, Pat Wood, Melanie Koch, Sara Wengryn and Winnie Bissett, who is celebrating her 32nd year with the Centre this month. (Photo submitted)
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Stettler hospice suite is now officially available for families

The suite, which is located in Points West Stettler, actually was completed last August

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Big Brothers Big Sisters is encouraging folks to sign up as mentors

Serving as a mentor during this period of uncertainty with the pandemic is even more important

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Saving Grace Animal Society putting out the call for more public support

Demand for services has risen significantly over the course of the pandemic

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Plans are taking shape to see a major industry setting up shop here in Stettler

Alberta Biobord Corp. has announced plans to develop a fuel pellet and medium density fibre board (MDF) plant

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Stettler pastor David Holmes reflects on a lifetime of ministry experiences

Holmes also served in Rimbey for several years as well

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Art Kempf, originally from the Stettler area but now living in Lacombe, is pictured here with his late wife Lillian. Art’s 100th birthday is coming up on Feb. 22nd.
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Former Stettler area resident Art Kempf will be celebrating a very special day next month

Kempf, now a Lacombe resident, marks his 100th birthday on Feb. 22nd

Art Kempf, originally from the Stettler area but now living in Lacombe, is pictured here with his late wife Lillian. Art’s 100th birthday is coming up on Feb. 22nd.
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Kate Syson, Sharon Fischer and Allan King pose with the Zamboni on Stettler’s newest skating spot.
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Stettler Elementary leadership take the Zamboni for a spin

Sharon Fischer and Kate Syson lend a hand for Stettler’s new skating spot

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Kate Syson, Sharon Fischer and Allan King pose with the Zamboni on Stettler’s newest skating spot.
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Bentley Blessing Pantry continues to faithfully serve the community

‘We just wanted to make everyone aware that we are still here to serve you throughout this coming year.’

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Stettler Community Builders initiaitve continues to take shape

Project will honour Stettler citizens who were influential in the town’s history

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It was a special treat day at Points West Living in Stettler as the local Dairy Queen donated mini blizzard treats for residents and staff to enjoy. It was a way to celebrate the end of a recent COVID-19 outbreak at the facility. (Photos submitted)

It was a special treat day at Stettler’s Points West Living recently

Dairy Queen provided 150 mini-blizzards for staff and residents

It was a special treat day at Points West Living in Stettler as the local Dairy Queen donated mini blizzard treats for residents and staff to enjoy. It was a way to celebrate the end of a recent COVID-19 outbreak at the facility. (Photos submitted)