Playhouse For Fun

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The Millet & District Lions Club of Millet, like many other non-profit organizations in our area, raise funds for community projects. Over the past few months, the Lions Club has been at various events selling raffle tickets for this excellent crafted play house. The play house materials were donated to the Lions Club by the Home Building Centre of Wetaskiwin. The winners of the playhouse were Maxine and Corr DeWit from the County of Leduc.

The members of the Millet & District Lions Club would like to sincerely thank the Home Building Centre of Wetaskiwin for the playhouse, and to all the people who bought tickets and supported the Millet Lions Club. With the sale of these tickets, the club raised approximately $6,400.00 toward the construction for the Millet Camp Ground.

Pictured: The Playhouse was delivered to Mr. & Mrs. DeWit by the Lions Members. Left to right: Mike Goin, Bill Pydde Dwain Swedberg, Garth Rudolph, Eleanor Pydde, Alvin Hills, Mary Hegge, Jane Johnstone, Maxine DeWit, Elaine Elderkin, Corr DeWit, Brenda Jackson, Cindy Hills, Joy Storey, Charlotte Hensel, Pat Garrett, Ted Trudeau and David White. Photo by Pat Garrett

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