County of Wetaskiwin residents who live in the Rosebrier Rural Crime Watch area will want to mark Tuesday, April 3 on their calendars.
That’s the night Rosebrier will be holding its annual general meeting and information night. Rosebrier’s area runs generally south and east of the City of Wetaskiwin.
Volunteer and organizer Tully Johnson said the rural crime watch is planning on having some members of the local RCMP to speak at the meeting and a short clip of the new rural crime watch educational video will be shown.
There is no charge to attend the meeting which will be held at Angus Ridge Hall, located south of the Alberta Central Railway Museum at the intersection of RR #234 and TwpRd #452.