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Funds given to Essentials for Our Community

'We can't say enough about these people,' says mayor
MVT Didsbury Signs of support
Town of Didsbury Mayor Rhonda Hunter presents an $850 cheque to Essentials for Our Community (EOC) support organization officials and supporters, and town staff, on Aug. 27. Dan Singleton/MVP Staff

DIDSBURY - A sign campaign aimed at thanking essential care workers has raised $850 for a non-profit support group in town.

The funds given to Essentials for Our Community (EOC) were the proceeds of the town's Family Community Support Services (FCSS) lawn sign campaign to celebrate and thank essential care workers for their efforts during the pandemic.

In all, 34 signs were sold.

EOC provides meals to the less fortunate in Didsbury and district.

"€œWe can't say enough about these people and their time and dedication," Town of Didsbury Mayor Rhonda Hunter said of the EOC. "It is community pride and dedication and spirit."

She also commended everyone who bought signs and the area's frontline workers.





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