Kin Club members pose with Stettler Mayor Sean Nolls and County of Stettler Reeve Larry Clarke prior to the official proclamation of Kin Canada Week at Town Hall on Feb. 20th. Mark Weber/Stettler Independent

PHOTOS: Local officials sign proclamation declaring Feb. 16th to 22nd as Kin Canada Week

On Feb. 20th, Kin Week was proclaimed in Stettler in honour of 100 years of Kin in Canada

On the morning of Feb. 20th, County of Stettler Reeve Larry Clarke and Stettler Mayor Sean Nolls signed a proclamation declaring Feb. 16th to 22nd as Kin Canada Week. A Canada-wide flag raising celebration for the service organization’s 100th anniversary was also held.

Mark Weber/Stettler Independent

Kin Club members pose with Stettler Mayor Sean Nolls and County of Stettler Reeve Larry Clarke prior to the official proclamation of Kin Canada Week at Town Hall on Feb. 20th. Mark Weber/Stettler Independent

Kin flag being raised outside of Stettler Town Hall on Feb. 20th.

Mark Weber/Stettler Independent

On Feb. 20th, Kin Week was proclaimed in Stettler in honour of 100 years of Kin in Canada

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Kin flag being raised outside of Stettler Town Hall on Feb. 20th. Mark Weber/Stettler Independent

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