Thank you to the Inglewood snow angel

As co-editor of the Red Deer Express, I normally don’t have the opportunity to write letters to the editor. However, I couldn’t let this kind gesture go unnoticed.

I would like to thank the person that graciously plowed one of the pathways that winds through the community in the Inglewood neighbourhood. The City normally doesn’t plow these paths during the winter and so they don’t get used during these months.

However this year, someone has taken it upon themselves to clear the path so that it can be enjoyed. I walk my dog through this path every day in the summer and it’s so nice to be able to use it in the winter as well. And I’m not the only one who has been able to enjoy it either. I have seen multiple people using the path as well each time I am out. So, I know there are many who are appreciative of this ‘snow angel’ in our neighbourhood. Thank you to whoever you are.

Erin Fawcett

Red Deer

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