Bob Erickson of Botha, left, and Don Moxham of Stettler cook sausages during Stettler Airport’s annual fly-in breakfast Sept. 3. Lisa Joy/Stettler Independent

Stettler Airport celebrates 50 years

Holds annual fly-in breakfast

Lisa Joy

News Staff

Holds annual fly-in breakfast


Delaine Stewart of Big Valley flips eggs during Stettler Airport’s 50th Anniversary Fly-in breakfast Sept. 3. See Page 7 for more photos. Lisa Joy/Stettler Independent

Gary Fedick of Stettler, left, Kevin Stewart of Big Valley and Marsha Fedick of Stettler cook pancakes during Stettler Airport’s annual fly-in breakfast Sept. 3. Lisa Joy/Stettler Independent

Eileen Olsen of Erskine volunteers to collect money for Stettler Airport’s fly-in breakfast Sept. 3. Lisa Joy/Stettler Independent

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