Art by Sheldon Wheatley was on display. Photos by Emily Jaycox

PHOTOS: Rising Sun Clubhouse turns 25

The Ponoka Rising Sun Clubhouse celebrated its 25 anniversary on Sept. 19. There was live music by Dylan Hart and work from the members displayed as well as a cake from the Raspberry Patch. Photo by Emily Jaycox

Art by Sheldon Wheatley was on display. Photos by Emily Jaycox

Lego creations by Garret Norman.

Dylan Hart provided live music at the anniversary celebration Sept. 19.

By Emily Jaycox

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Lego creations by Garret Norman.

Dylan Hart provided live music at the anniversary celebration Sept. 19.

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