Crestview Lodge well represented at event
|Group Group Youth's Lynne Teneycke|
Reeve Hammond explained how recognizing volunteerism started to recognize the efforts women were making on the home front during World War II. He suggested, "Imagine how different the community would be without the contributions made by volunteers."
2016 Lundbreck Senior Citizen of the Year Weldon Vickers
Hosts from the Town and MD of Pincher Creek: Marie Everts, Rhonda Oczkowski, Adam Grose, Katrina Oczkowski, and Tara Cryderman
Booths lined the main floor representing a variety of organizations in the area. People were welcome to ask questions about what the organizations do, what their goals are, and what changes are coming up in this year. The booths represented a number of diverse interests including: Communities In Bloom, Windsor Heritage Centre, Windy Slopes Health Foundation, Pincher Creek Chamber of Commerce, Crestview Lodge, Lundbreck Gardner’s, Roaring Lions, Old Man Rose Society, First Student, Group Group Youth, Whispering Winds, Citizen on Patrol, Kootenai Brown Museum, Pincher Creek Municipal Library, Castle Crown Coalition, Pincher Creek Elks, Pincher Planters and Heritage Acres Farm Museum.
|Happy Birthday Jackie Therriault|
|The event was well attended|
|Jim Johnson, Town Councillors Jim Litkowski and Wayne Elliott, Rose Johnson|
|Irvin Provost (Group Group Youth)|
|Jen Crook and Chec for Vista Village|
|George Dowson and Ron Sekella (Citizens On Patrol)|
|Don Campbell and Betty Hepner (Heritage Acres)|
|Monica Zwikstra (Lundbreck Gardeners)|