The Ponoka Agricultural Society held its volunteer and sponsor appreciation dinner at the Old Iron Horse Restaurant and Lounge Nov. 29. Pictured here, Gail Davies, left is presented with a certificate for 10 years of service by president Sherry Gummow. Photos by Emily Jaycox

PHOTOS: Ponoka Agricultural Society awards dinner

Doug Hosler, right, accepts the Ponoka Agricultural Society’s scholarship on behalf of his son, Tyler Hosler. The scholarship is for $500 to further his education.

The Ponoka Agricultural Society held its volunteer and sponsor appreciation dinner at the Old Iron Horse Restaurant and Lounge Nov. 29. Pictured here, Gail Davies, left is presented with a certificate for 10 years of service by president Sherry Gummow.

Photos by Emily Jaycox

Doreen Broska has also served for 10 years.

Edith Williams has volunteered for the society for 15 years.

Irene Rausch has volunteered with the society for 15 years.

Joyce Winter was recognized for giving 20 years of volunteer service to the society.

Guitarist and singer Wyatt Norn serenades the members during the evening.

By Emily Jaycox

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Doreen Broska has also served for 10 years.

Edith Williams has volunteered for the society for 15 years.

Irene Rausch has volunteered with the society for 15 years.

Joyce Winter was recognized for giving 20 years of volunteer service to the society.

Guitarist and singer Wyatt Norn serenades the members during the evening.

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