Do­na­tions sup­ports Le­gions new lift

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The Drumheller Le­gion now has two new chair lifts in­stalled and ready to use thanks to the gen­eros­ity of the com­mu­nity, and the hard work of Le­gion mem­ber Al Price.

Price spear­headed the cam­paign to have a lift in­stalled at the main en­trance to the clu­b­room, as well as one go­ing into the base­ment for events. The old lift was dam­aged and was not in ser­vice for about a year. Price had the goal of raising ap­prox­i­mately $18,000 to in­stall the lift and re­ceived great sup­port from the com­mu­nity.

Last week West­ern Fi­nan­cial was able to con­trib­ute $5,000 to the cause, to put the cam­paign over the top. Pres­i­dent of the Drumheller Le­gion, Burt Cote, says they were able to raise enough funds to pur­chase and in­stall the lifts, as well as do some im­por­tant up­grades to the wiring at the Le­gion to power the lifts.

The funds from West­ern Fi­nan­cial came as a re­sult of a con­test late last year. Drumheller res­i­dent Tammy Loblick won $10,000, sim­ply by re­ceiv­ing a quote at the Drumheller of­fice, dur­ing the com­pany’s win­ter cam­paign.

As part of the con­test, the West­ern Fi­nan­cial of­fice in Drumheller re­ceived a grant to be used for a com­mu­nity project. They se­lected the Le­gion’s lift cam­paign as the re­cip­i­ent. en­rolled in the playschool and cial work­shop on “Death and Dythey ab­so­lutely love at­tend­ing. ing” on Sun­day, April 23 at 11:30 Your sup­port is and has been am. The fo­cus of the work­shop greatly ap­pre­ci­ated!! is to pre­pare you for your end

Dog own­ers beware, there has of life, in­for­ma­tion re­lated to fubeen a re­cent di­ag­no­sis of the ner­als, es­tates, hos­pice, pal­lia­tive Corona virus and Clostrid­ium care and how to deal with sud­den (a bac­te­rial in­fec­tion). It may death will be shared. This ad­vice have been caused by sniff­ing at will be pre­sented by, Wheat­land in­fected coyote scat. If your dog Funeral Home, Wheat­land Vic­ex­pe­ri­ences di­ar­rhea or un­con­tim Ser­vices, John Getz, Getz & trolled vom­it­ing, par­tic­u­larly if As­so­ciates, Dr. Joni McNeally, there are flecks of blood in ei­ther, and Wheat­land Hos­pice So­ci­ety. they may have en­coun­tered the There is no cost for the work­in­fected coyote scat, please seek shop, and lunch will be pro­vided. ve­teri­nary care im­me­di­ately. As al­ways you are most wel­come

Meet the venders; the ever to wor­ship with the con­gre­ga­tion cre­ative Traci Ras­mussen will at 10:30 am. have her For­ever dig­i­tal scrapA com­mu­nity wide in­vite is book­ing and stor­age com­pany at ex­tended on be­half of the Stan­the mar­ket, be­cause re­ally, who dard Com­mu­nity Hall Board to doesn’t need help or­ga­niz­ing at­tend the an­nual meet­ing be­ing dig­i­tal pho­tos? held on Wed­nes­day, April 5 at

The ta­bles are fill­ing up fast 7:30 pm. Vol­un­teer­ing op­portu­for the “Not Your Stan­dard Mar­ni­ties are avail­able. For fur­ther ket” A Mother’s Day Cel­e­brain­for­ma­tion please con­tact any tion on Satur­day, April 29, from board mem­ber or at­tend one of 10 am – 5 pm, at the Stan­dard the monthly meet­ings which are Com­mu­nity Hall. There will be held on the first Wed­nes­day of a kid’s cor­ral, food truck, handthe month at 7:30 pm made goods, art, and fur­ni­ture. This is Adreena re­port­ing for For ven­dor in­for­ma­tion please the Vil­lage of Stan­dard. Please con­tact Sonya Elias at 403 934 sub­mit newz items to the stan8700, or at [email protected]­wire­ dard­[email protected] , phone All pro­ceeds will be go­ing to the 403-644-3995 or stop in at Stan­dard Mu­nic­i­pal Li­brary. the li­brary. Have a great week

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