Stettler Festival of Lights brings in a net profit of more than $103,000

“I am always overwhelmed by the generosity of this town and surrounding areas.”

Stettler Festival of Lights Chairperson Amy Roberts is very pleased to announce the net profit from the recent week long event is just over $103,000.00.

This total will change as more donations are still coming in.

”This exceeds our fundraising goal of $100,000 to purchase equipment for the upcoming renovated ER department at the Stettler Hospital.”

Roberts stated, “I am always overwhelmed by the generosity of this town and surrounding areas. A huge thank you to our committee, volunteers, sponsors and supporters.”

-Submitted

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