Big celebration: Ponoka Festival of Trees Committee members celebrated another successful festival with a cheque presentation Dec. 20 at the Ponoka Hospital and Care Centre. This year’s event brought in $93,000. The festival collected almost $500,000 in its five years. Pictured are members of the Festival of Trees committee (l-r) Cec Dykstra, Judy Dick, Lori Jones-Holt, Sherry Gummow, Dorothy Ungstad for the Ponoka and District Health Foundation, and Theresa Turner with the committee. The health foundation will be taking over the Festival of Trees in the 2019 season. Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

PHOTO: Ponoka Festival of Trees sees $93,000

Close to $500,000 was raised over the last five years

By Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

Close to $500,000 was raised over the last five years

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