Peggy Robinson earns Minister’s Senior Service Award

Volunteer recognized for helping her Millet neighbours

The 2017 Minister’s Senior Service Award recognizes Albertans who volunteer their time to make a difference in the lives of seniors.

Congratulations to Peggy Robinson of Millet. Since the 1980’s Peggy has been involved in the Millet Arts and Craft Guild which has an all-senior membership. She hosts social events, drives seniors when needed, and offers her skills and knowledge to teach and help other senior members. Peggy also serves as treasurer of the Millet and District Historical Society.

On behalf of Town of Millet council, staff and residents of Millet Peggy was acknowledged at the Seniors Appreciation Dinner on Wed. Sept. 27. Town of Millet councilor Eleanor Pydde presented Peggy with flowers and the certificate. Peggy was commended and thanked for improving the lives of seniors in the Town of Millet.

“A person’s true wealth is measured by the good they do for other people”.

Stu.salkeld@pipestoneflyer.ca

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