Stettler County 2018 Photo Contest finalists joined council Dec. 12 for a presentation and prizes. The grand prize winner is Karyn Tateson. Residents can pick up a copy of the county’s 2019 calendar, which features their photography at the County of Stettler. Back row, from left, Tammy Peterson, Dwayne Dunkly, Brenda Meyer, Reeve Larry Clarke representing the county and Tana Nixon. Front row, from left, Jean Erichsen (representing her daughter Cathie Erichsen-Arychuk), Kami Ritz, Karyn Tateson, Jaxton Jones and Megan Wills. Missing: Heather Derrick, Junae Ventnor and Elaine Partsch. (Stettler County photo)

Stettler County reveals its 2019 calendar

Names winners whose photos are featured in calendar

Stettler County 2018 Photo Contest finalists joined council Dec. 12 for a presentation and prizes. The grand prize winner is Karyn Tateson. Residents can pick up a copy of the county’s 2019 calendar, which features their photography at the County of Stettler.

Back row, from left, Tammy Peterson, Dwayne Dunkly, Brenda Meyer, Reeve Larry Clarke representing the county and Tana Nixon. Front row, from left, Jean Erichsen (representing her daughter Cathie Erichsen-Arychuk), Kami Ritz, Karyn Tateson, Jaxton Jones and Megan Wills. Missing: Heather Derrick, Junae Ventnor and Elaine Partsch. (Stettler County photo)

 

The grand prize photo winner by Karyn Tateson. (Stettler County photo)

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