Walk-n-Roll winners: A challenge between the towns of Ponoka and Stettler to log the most physical activity for the Walk-n-Roll challenge saw Stettler as the winner. To celebrate the win, the Town of Stettler council and administration visited during a town council meeting Sept. 26 and had Ponoka council and administration wear Stettler Lightning jerseys. Stettler recorded 10,008 trips while Ponoka registered 6,512. Pictured in the photo are (l-r): Stettler Coun. Al Campbell, Town of Ponoka CAO Albert Flootman, Coun. Carla Prediger, Stettler Coun. Darcy Bachman, Stettler Mayor-elect Sean Nolls, Ponoka Mayor Rick Bonnett, Stettler Coun. Will Brown, Stettler outgoing Mayor Dick Richards, Councillors Marc Yaworski and Sandra Lyon, Stettler Coun. Malcolm Fischer, Coun. Teri Underhill and Town of Stettler CAO Greg Switenky. Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

Photo: Town of Stettler defeats Town of Ponoka in Walk-n-Roll challenge

Ponoka town council wear Stettler Lightning jerseys in loss

By Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

Ponoka town council wear Stettler Lightning jerseys in loss

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