Stars and Stingers: Dec. 3

Stingers to the local businesses who don’t accept status cards.

  • Dec. 5, 2014 5:00 a.m.

Stingers to the local businesses who don’t accept status cards.

A boat full of stars to Jolene Potter for volunteering her time to do yoga with the residents of Durand Manor!

Stars to Stephen Dykes for offering a fabulous and free twice-weekly circuit training class to the community. Here’s to an injury-free ski season!

Big Stars to Alex and Dan the Golden Conservation Officers for their timely response in rescuing an orphaned black bear cub.

243 Stars to the Locals who packed shoe box gifts for Operation Christmas Child and to Ken Lehmann at Golden Transfer for their delivery to Calgary.

The warmest of Stars to the businesses and organizations that braved the cold to put on the Santa Claus parade on Saturday.

Stingers to friends who don’t show up when you need them most.

Stars to the Calgary Stampeders!


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