Seniors Lodge Extends Thanks

 

Vanderwel Heritage Place would like to extend their sincere thanks to all of the community volunteers for making 2016 another successful year for the residents of the seniors lodge.

AHS Answers Questions

 

In an effort to keep residents informed on the state of regional healthcare, Alberta Health Services has compiled a list of frequently asked questions. These questions cover issues such as wait times, extended hours, recruitment efforts and communications.

Local History App in the Works

 

Local history expert – and herself a part of the region’s storied past – Sheila Willis is the driving force behind a new app in development called History Check: Everything Needed to Explore Northern Alberta.

MD Receives Donation for Widewater Firehall Park

 

Barry Hannah, President of the Widewater Athletic Association presented Council with a donation in the amount of $45,000 for the Widewater Firehall Park. The donation was broken down with $35,000 allocated to implement playground/park features and enhancements, with an additional $10,000 to make the park/playground wheelchair accessible.

Parent Link Outreach to Smith and Widewater

 

Need some time for your child to burn off energy before story time or just looking for a fun space to come and play? Parents with kids aged 0-6 are invited to check out the Parent Link Outreach programs located at the Widewater Complex and Smith School Gym. These are great, free drop-in play programs for parents and children.

Tree of Thanks Leaves Available

 

Slave Lake's new Legacy Centre is a cultural gem in the region's crown. The Tree of Thanks that stands in the main foyer of the Legacy Centre pays homage to the individual and corporate donors who have helped make this remarkable and much-needed facility possible. The MD wishes to remind potential sponsors that "leaves" on the Legacy Centre's coveted Tree of Thanks are still available.

New Video Series Highlights Local Attractions

 

Becoming Albertan is a travel documentary, APP, website and thirty-two three minute vignettes by filmmaker Brandy Yanchyk which focus on experiences new Canadians and immigrants can have when they come to Alberta. Three of the videos in this spectacular series focus on some of our beloved local facilities and pastimes.

Firefighter Bruce Turnbull Receives Exemplary Service Medal

 

On May 29, Lesser Slave Lake Regional Fire Service Firefighter Bruce Turnbull was awarded the Exemplary Service Medal in recognition of his outstanding conduct in the field. The Honourable Lois Mitchell, Lieutenant Governor of Alberta, presented the award to Mr. Turnbull during a ceremony in Calgary. The MD extends heartfelt congratulations to Mr. Turnbull on the acknowledgement of his outstanding service. His passion and dedication are exemplary of the men ad women of our regional fire service.

A Story of Crisis and Recovery

 

In commemoration of the fifth anniversary of the devastating May 2011 Wildfires, the MD, the Town, the Sawridge, and the FireSmart Committee worked together to create a video highlighting the considerable achievements of the Lesser Slave Region since the event. The goal was to recognize and celebrate the collective achievements of the FireSmart Committee, the MD of Lesser Slave River, the Town of Slave Lake, and the Sawridge First Nation.

MD of Lesser Slave River

Just a few hours due north of Edmonton, Lesser Slave River is a truly unique place to live, work and play. From breathtaking expanses of boreal forest and unspoiled natural wonders to a thriving economy and genuine work/life balance, opportunities abound. Here you'll discover a place of rugged beauty. A place of real people. A place you'll never want to leave.

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