PHOTOS: Stettler Emergency Services personnel held an ‘appreciation parade’ on April 7th

The goal was to show their appreciation for all the amazing front line and essential workers in town

Stettler Emergency Services personnel held an ‘appreciation parade’ on April 7th which started out at the Recreation Centre. The goal was to show their appreciation for all the amazing front line and essential workers in town. The parade began at the Recreation Centre and then headed west on 44th Ave. turning right onto 70th St. It continued east along Hwy. 12 and then south onto Hwy. 56. Then it turned west past the hospital on 47th Ave. Eventually, the vehicles headed down Main Street.

Mark Weber/Stettler Independent

The goal was to show their appreciation for all the amazing front line and essential workers in town

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