Thanks for city trail maintenance

It has been a winter to remember! The Waskasoo Community Association would like to thank the mayor, city council and city staff for continuing to plow and maintain the Waskasoo Park trails and pathways over the winter.

It has been a winter to remember!

The Waskasoo Community Association would like to thank the mayor, city council and city staff for continuing to plow and maintain the Waskasoo Park trails and pathways over the winter.

The south bank and Bob Johnstone trails meander through our neighbourhood; we see them being used daily by neighbourhood residents, commuters, the students of River Glen and Lindsay Thurber High School, as well as those out for a walk, jog, or even a winter bike ride!

Thanks very much to all for continuing to help make the use and enjoyment of our trails a much more pleasant and feasible experience for so many people — snow notwithstanding!

Darcy Garrett

President

Waskasoo Community Association

Red Deer

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