Grateful citizen

I would like to send a ‘big bouquet’ to the City of Red Deer and whoever

else is responsible for the upkeep of our beautiful City.

They do a wonderful job of grooming our City. They do an awesome job with the parks,

cleaning the streets and also when new subdivisions or strip malls come into

the City it is great how they landscape with a keen eye for the placement

of trees and shrubs.

The cleanliness and pristine green park-like areas of

our City I know are part of what our visitors see also and appreciate.

Now, citizens of Red Deer, let’s do our part and keep the garbage off the streets

and boulevards.

Faye Shaw

Red Deer

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