Selkirk Community Centre recognizes volunteers

Selkirk Community Centre recognizes volunteers

SELKIRK—Members of the Selkirk Centennial Community Centre recently presented Fred Stevenson-Francis with a clock featuring the community hall to show their appreciation of over 20 years of volunteer service. Also honoured was Harold Fess, with over 10 years of volunteering. Karlene House, President of the Community Centre, said of Fred and Harold: “Selkirk is honoured to have citizens dedicate their time and talents to our community centre. The community continues to benefit from the work volunteers do.” From left: Jim Lamb, Board Member, Alma Stevenson-Francis, Fred Stevenson-Francis, and Karlane House, Board President.             —Submitted photo.