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Jeff Gibbons, the President of the Millet Fish & Game Assoc. (on left) presented a cheque for $2,500.00 to Al Kilborn (center) and Al Hegge (on right) from the Millet Fire Department to assist the department with their fundraising efforts to purchase a Thermal Imaging Camera.

A large group of people including Leduc County Mayor John Whaley (second from right), Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Gerry Ritz (center with gray jacket) and MP James Rajotte (sixth from left) met at the Leduc Chamber of Commerce with representatives from the agriculture industry to hold a round table discussion about the agriculture industry.

Picture by Lorna Lowe

MP James Rajotte (fourth from right) presented Leduc County Council with a cheque for $57,155.00 to make upgrades to the Nisku Recreation Centre. The grant came from the federal Gov't's Community Ifrastructure Improvement Fund and will be used to make improvements to the building's roof and also the parking lot which will give people with mobility issues better access to the facilities.  Picture by Lorna Lowe

Playwright and actor Julia Mackey from Jake's Gift (on left) presents representatives from the leduc Legion with a gift of a print created by a Canadian artist that is raising funds for the Canadian Fallen Heroes Foundation.

Picture by Lorna Lowe

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