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The Drumheller Mail - - FRONT PAGE - Sub­mit­ted

The Town of Drumheller will of­fer free ac­cess to Drumheller’s re­cre­ation fa­cil­i­ties and li­brary for Fort McMur­ray evac­uees stay­ing within our com­mu­nity.

“Through­out this week, we have heard how in­di­vid­u­als are com­ing for­ward to help dis­placed Fort Mac fam­i­lies in any way they can,” said Mayor Terry Ye­men. “Free ac­cess to our fa­cil­i­ties and li­brary is one way Drumheller can pro­vide a ser­vice to dis­placed Al­ber­tans”.

The Town and Li­brary will make tem­po­rary passes avail­able to dis­placed Fort Mac fam­i­lies which will in­clude the use of the pool, Bad­lands Com­mu­nity Fa­cil­ity as well as the Li­brary and use of their com­put­ers.

Present a piece of ID or the host res­i­dent is asked to phone the re­cre­ation fa­cil­ity and / or li­brary and pro­vide the names of those Fort Mac fam­ily mem­bers wish­ing to ac­cess the free ser­vice.


The Town of Drumheller is of­fer­ing free ac­cess to re­cre­ational fa­cil­i­ties and the li­brary for evac­uees of Fort McMur­ray.

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