Community Awareness Night

The 30th annual Community Awareness Night was once again well attended by community stakeholders and hundreds of members of the community. 

Several of our Council members and the Mayor were in attendance tending to the Town of Cardston booth, where citizens had an opportunity to meet with members of our Council one on one and discuss their strategic plans for the Town during their term in office. In addition to the booths there was also a children's program where youth had an opportunity to play games, win prizes, and enjoy some entertainment provided by volunteers.

At the end of the night there was a draw from each stakeholder's table, and the Town gave away two punch passes for the Cardston Swimming Pool.

The Mayor and Council would like to thank all those who attended the Community Awareness night and made it such a success. 

Cllr. Paula Brown awards a gift basket on behalf of the Cardston and District Family and Community Support Services.

Cllr. Paula Brown awards a gift basket on behalf of the Cardston and District Family and Community Support Services.

Mayor Maggie Kronen awards a punch pass good for 5 admissions to the swimming pool.

Mayor Maggie Kronen awards a punch pass good for 5 admissions to the swimming pool.

Mayor Kronen awards a second punch pass good for 5 admissions to the swimming pool.

Mayor Kronen awards a second punch pass good for 5 admissions to the swimming pool.