Lacombe-based Smith Roofing has made a generous donation to the Stettler Food Bank. The company had helped out with hail repairs around the community after last summer’s storm, and had wished to provide a donation as well. They were at Walmart on Dec. 14th to do some shopping and ended up filling seven grocery carts. Along with cash given, the overall value of the donation amounted to $2,000, said Betty Birch of the Stettler Food Bank. She said the community in general has been extremely generous this holiday season. Photo submitted

PHOTO: Lacombe-based Smith Roofing has made a generous donation to the Stettler Food Bank

Company helped with hail repairs this past summer; wished to donate to the community

Lacombe-based Smith Roofing has made a generous donation to the Stettler Food Bank. The company had helped out with hail repairs around the community after last summer’s storm, and had wished to provide a donation as well. They were at Walmart on Dec. 14th to do some shopping and ended up filling seven grocery carts. Along with cash given, the overall value of the donation amounted to $2,000, said Betty Birch of the Stettler Food Bank. She said the community in general has been extremely generous this holiday season. Photo submitted

Company helped with hail repairs this past summer; wished to donate to the community

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