Top marks for town fa­cil­ity op­er­a­tor

The Drumheller Mail - - CLASSIFIED­S -

A Town of Drumheller fa­cil­ity op­er­a­tor re­ceived top marks and was hon­oured by the Al­berta As­so­ci­a­tion of Recre­ation Fa­cil­ity Per­son­nel (AARFP). Each year the AARFP hon­ours one stu­dent from each of their cer­tifi­cate cour­ses with a Top Mark Award. This Award was given out at the AARFP An­nual Con­fer­ence and Awards Ban­quet on April 25, at River Cree (near Ed­mon­ton). The award in­cludes a free Con­fer­ence Reg­is­tra­tion, a com­mem­o­ra­tive plaque and a cheque for $250. In 2016, 72 oper­a­tors through­out Al­berta at­tended the Build­ing Main­te­nance 2 course. Of those, nine re­ceived 100% on their exam. As a tie breaker, each op­er­a­tor had to sub­mit an es­say on what they learned and what they could take back to their com­mu­nity. Jason Rafter, Fa­cil­ity Op­er­a­tor from the Town of Drumheller, was the win­ner.

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