Big Valley Children’s Christmas Party a huge success

These sponsors ensured the event’s success:

The Big Valley Children’s Christmas Party Committee would like to sincerely thank the following for their support in making the 2017 Big Valley Children’s Christmas Party a huge success:

ALBERTA PRAIRIE STEAM TOURS

BEARSPAW PETROLEUM LTD.

BIG VALLEY COMMUNITY HALL

BIG VALLEY HISTORICAL SOCIETY

BIG VALLEY DROP IN CENTRE

BIG VALLEY ELKS

BIG VALLEY ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION

BIG VALLEY ROYAL PURPLE

CONTACT SAFETY SERVICE LTD.

COUNTY OF STETTLER NO. 6

HIVERNANT METIS CULTURAL SOCIETY

VILLAGE OF BIG VALLEY FCSS

WASTE MANAGEMENT

Bill & SUZANNE BLOOMQUIST

MR. DAN CLARKE

MRS. MARGARET LEVESQUE

MR. RAYMOND McCRINDLE

ALYSSA & JOHN NAFZIGER

MRS. JEAN ROSS

With SPECIAL THANKS to ROSCO THE CLOWN, SANTA for stopping by, to STEFAN AND CHANTEL for the great pictures, to our ELVES, Pat and Lorne Parkin and Bill Smillie (We couldn’t have done it without you)! We had the best turn-out ever and a wonderful time.

Thank you.

Brenda, Catrina, Jill, Marjory and Yvette

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