The Stettler Seniors Social Society holds Old Time Dance

Raises money for local groups

The Stettler Seniors Social Society held an Old Time Dance. The Soft tones, an international band from Tilly, AB, played for the event at the Hub on Oct. 18. The dances are held every third Thursday with a live band and fully catered from 5 to 10 p.m. About 80 – 95 people attend each event. In 2017 the Stettler Seniors Social Society donated $2,000 to the Boys and Girls Club. So far in 2018, the club has donated $1,000 to the Boys and Girls Club, $1,000 to the Handi-bus society and $1,000 to the local food bank. (Kayla Kobi photo/ Kaylacharnelle Photography)

 

The Stettler Seniors Social Society held an Old Time Dance. The Soft tones, an international band from Tilly, AB, played for the event at the Hub on Oct. 18. The dances are held every third Thursday with live band and fully catered from 5 to 10 p.m. About 80 - 95 people attend each event. In 2017 the Stettler Seniors Social Society donated $2,000 to the Boys and Girls Club. So far in 2018, the club has donated $1,000 to the Boys and Girls Club, $1,000 to the Handi-bus society and $1,000 to the local food bank. People attend from all over Alberta including Camrose, Edmonton, Calgary, Brooks and more. For more photos go to www.stettlerindependent.com. Kayla Kobi photo/ Kaylacharnelle Photography

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