CORRECTED Donalda Creamery plans on tap Oct. 23

Architects to answer public’s questions about plans

Residents of the Donalda region who love history should mark this coming Monday, Oct. 23 on their calendar. That’s the day a public meeting will be held to discuss work on the Donalda Co-operative Creamery Conservation Plan.

Volunteer Kash Clouson dropped by The Stettler Independent office Oct. 12 to let readers know about the public meeting organized by the Donalda & District Museum.

The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the proposed conservation plan of the historic Donalda Creamery.

Architect David Murray and Sandy Aumonier from Alberta Historical Resources will be there to present information and answer questions from the public.

Clouson said the museum wants to get as much public input as possible for the project and the meeting is open to anyone from the region that loves the creamery, not just Donalda residents.

The meeting opens at the drop-in centre Mon., Oct. 23 at 5 p.m. More information is available by calling the museum at 403-883-2100.

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