One of the 10 finalists for the Canada Day decorating contest; 117 Park Grove. Submitted.

City of Wetaskiwin Canada Day decorating contest finalists

Voting is open July 7-12, 2020 to choose the grand prize winner.

The City of Wetaskiwin held a Canada Day decorating contest to celebrate Canada Day in lieu of more traditional celebrations, such as the parade, that had to be cancelled due to the pandemic this year.

10 Finalists were chosen by City of Wetaskiwin Councillors who judged all the submissions sent in for the contest. Each of the 10 finalists will receive $250 and the grand prize winner will win an additional $500 in prize money.

The public will determine the grand prize winner with their votes. Voting will be open from July 7 to July 12, 2020 on haveyoursay.wetaskiwin.ca/Canada-day. The grand prize winner will be announced July 13, 2020.



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