News in a minute – August 5

  • Aug. 5, 2009 7:00 p.m.

Notice to

Dog Owners

Town of Stettler is appealing to dog owners to “be considerate and clean up behind your dog”.

Dog owners are reminded that the town has already provided bags for picking up after the dogs and alos that the Dog Bylaw has a $100 fine for those who fail to abide by its provisions.

Dogs must also be kept on leashes at all times.

Plot Tour

for producers

The Battle River Research Group, a grass roots orgranization whose focus is agricultural sustainability is organizing a plot tour for farmers in the Stettler area on Thursday, Aug.6.

Those willing to take part should be present at Co-operator Triple S Farms plot location, two miles east of Stettler at 9.30 a.m.

Golf tournament

A golf tournament to raise funds for the new Stettler Sports Park is scheduled for Sept. 19 at Pheasant Back Golf and Country Club. Registration is $100 per person for singles or groups of four playing a scramble format. Fees include green fees, golf cart and buffet supper. Registration at 10 a.m with a shotgun start at 11 a.m. Register at Stettler Recreation Centre or phone 403-742-4411. Only 100 spots available. Businesses can sponsor a hole-in-one for $500 which includes two entries into the tournament.

For information, phone Brent Kranzler at 403-741-6090.

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