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1962 – 2020 Bezanson Curling Rink – The End of an Era

As with all great endeavours, there is a time of closure as age takes its toll. The Bezanson Curling Rink has come to the end of its time due to its failing infrastructure. However, what is not lost in this era is the respect, teamwork, dedication, volunteerism and the significance of a community and families working together to build a dream and achieve a goal. The dedication of volunteers is still the foundation of the growth and vibrancy of Bezanson and all it represents.

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Exercising in 2021 with Lisa Zacharias and Daylene Gobel

Although we are a month and a half into the new year, there is still the same old questions. What new challenges will you face and new resolutions will you make? Most people face the end of December with a list of things they want to change about themselves, their home, their family, their life. I know a lot of people promise to eat better and exercise more.

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West Smoky Legion No. 244 Recognizes Longtime Members and Volunteers

Although you can never sufficiently thank Legion members who have not only volunteered years upon years of service but also served in executive positions, Arne and Elaine LaValley decided to formally acknowledge such an accomplishment at the October 5, 2020 meeting. The recipients received a coffee cup that was designed with the Legion Logo and inscribed
with “Thank You to a Long Time Legion Member and Volunteer” and a “Certificate of Volunteer Appreciation”. The years of dedicated service range from 35 to 50 years. It was a complete surprise for Bruce, Larry and Donna which made the event even more memorable.

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The Story of Bezanson’s Gazebo

“Bezanson is not a sub-division. It is a townsite. It is beautifully situated at about one hundred and twenty feet above the river of which it commands a magnificent view…..we intend to carry out the wide streets for streetcars every four blocks in the business section.” From “Looking Ahead in the Peace River County by A.M. Bezanson.

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