Pictured here are scenes from the ‘From Seed to Supper’ event hosted by the Saving Grace Animal Society on Sept. 14th near Stettler. The afternoon featured a long table meal at the animal sanctuary, live music and tours amongst other highlights. John Kisser photos

PHOTOS: Saving Grace Animal Society hosts ‘From Seed to Supper’ event

The afternoon included a long table dinner, live music and tours at the site

Pictured here are scenes from the ‘From Seed to Supper’ event hosted by the Saving Grace Animal Society on Sept. 14th near Stettler. The afternoon featured a long table meal at the animal sanctuary, live music and tours amongst other highlights.

John Kisser photos

The afternoon included a long table dinner, live music and tours at the site

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