Stettler earns praise from Bloom judges

Thank-you for your excellent coverage of the Communities in Bloom judges’ visit to Stettler on July 26.

Dear Editor:

Thank-you for your excellent coverage of the Communities in Bloom judges’ visit to Stettler on July 26. Your front-page story and colourful photos painted a wonderful picture. And thanks for joining us on the tour of your tidy town.

To the town of Stettler, many thanks for your genuine Alberta welcome to the Communities in Bloom judges, Evelyn Alemanni and Steve Preston.

We are so proud of you for competing for the second straight year in the Communities in Bloom international competition.

This is a testament to your vision, hard work and dedication to continually move the town forward. Congratulations to everyone for their commitment and hard work.

We look forward to seeing many of you at the Communities in Bloom International Awards at Ottawa in October. Everyone is welcome to come.

All the best,

Evelyn Alemanni and Steve Preston

Communities in Bloom international judges

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