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Canada Day decorating contest

10 Winners will be chosen to win $250 each.

In lieu of City led Canada Day events, the City of Wetaskiwin is holding a Canada Day decorating contest.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic regular City led Canada Day events like the Canada Day parade are cancelled.

In order to celebrate in a social distanced fashion the City of Wetaskiwin is hosting a Canada Day decorating contest. Decorate your home or yard in the spirit of Canada Day before July 3, 2020 and make sure to complete the contest entry form by noon on July 2, 2020.

Wetaskiwin City Council members will visit each home entered and will pick the top 10 homes as finalists. Each of these 10 finalists will receive $250.

The finalists will then be voted on by the community online to determine a grand prize winner. The grand prize winner will receive an additional $500 in prize money.

If you want to enter the decorating contest you can find the entrance form on the City of Wetaskiwin’s website here.



shaela.dansereau@pipestoneflyer.ca

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