Paintearth Lodge Chief Administrative Officer Trudy Kilner makes opening remarks at the garden party held for lodge residents on Aug. 28th. In addition to the party, the lodge honoured several staff celebrating decades of service. Kevin J. Sabo photo

PHOTOS: Staff were honoured at the Paintearth Lodge garden party and celebration Aug. 28th

Some of the staff members have been working at the Lodge for several decades

Staff honoured at the Paintearth Lodge garden party and celebration were (back from left) Cowin Weber (25 years), Tyrrill Hewit (board chair, presenting), Rena Sterling (20 years), and Shallyn Anderson (summer student). Front row (from left) Maria Bogner (30 years), Janice Laverty (30 years), and Joanne Wetter (25 years).

Kevin J. Sabo photo

Paintearth Lodge Chief Administrative Officer Trudy Kilner makes opening remarks at the garden party held for lodge residents on Aug. 28th. In addition to the party, the lodge honoured several staff celebrating decades of service.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

Paintearth Lodge activity coordinator Brenda Kneller makes some opening remarks during a garden party and staff celebration on Aug. 28th.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

Paintearth Lodge Resident Luella Kowasky reminisces about her time and the staff at the lodge at the garden party and staff celebration.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

Castor District Housing Authority Board Chairman Tyrrill Hewit presents a long service award to Paintearth Lodge staff member Joanne Wetter, who has worked at the facility for 25 years during a celebration held Aug. 28th.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

Some of the staff members have been working at the Lodge for several decades

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Paintearth Lodge activity coordinator Brenda Kneller makes some opening remarks during a garden party and staff celebration on Aug. 28th. Kevin J. Sabo photo

Paintearth Lodge Resident Luella Kowasky reminisces about her time and the staff at the lodge at the garden party and staff celebration. Kevin J. Sabo photo

Castor District Housing Authority Board Chairman Tyrrill Hewit presents a long service award to Paintearth Lodge staff member Joanne Wetter, who has worked at the facility for 25 years during a celebration held Aug. 28th. Kevin J. Sabo photo

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