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Town Council Proclaims June Parks and Recreation Month

June is Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Month, and Town Council felt it most appropriate to issue a proclamation. Our Community is proud of the wide variety of recreational programs and facilities our town and area have for people to enjoy. We are also grateful for all the volunteers who work hard keeping our facilities operating and helping with the delivery of programs.

Mayor Campbell

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