Stettler County Reeve Larry Clarke and Stettler Mayor Sean Nolls designated April 16-20 as Volunteer Week in Stettler during a proclamation signing on April 9. Also pictured from L-R: Shelley Walker & Patrick Callin with Stettler & District FCSS, as well as Lorraine Hankins with the Stettler Information & Referrals Centre. Missing from the photo is Gail Benjamin/Volunteer Coordinator with Alberta Health Services. (Landin Chambers/Black Press)

Stettler proclaims Volunteer Week

Mayor and County Reeve have designated April 16-20 as Volunteer Week

Stettler County Reeve Larry Clarke & Stettler Mayor Sean Nolls have designated April 16-20 as Volunteer Week in Stettler.

The proclamation to honour local volunteers was signed at the Town of Stettler office on Monday, April 9.

Meantime, a volunteer appreciation dinner will also be held at the Stettler Legion at noon on Tuesday, April 17.

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