Smoky River FCSS holds 50th anniversary celebration

Mac Olsen
Express Staff



Smoky River Family and Community Support Services are celebrating a milestone in 2017, the 50th anniversary of their existence.

They held a celebration at the Club Alouette in Falher on Oct. 20, with past employees also attending.

A silent auction was held as part of the event, and duo singers of The Great Plains performed following dinner.

Look for a story about the event in the Nov. 1 edition of the Express. Also, look for several videos of the event on the Express’ Facebook page.

Former FCSS Director Georgia Iliou (left) and event Jean Moore-Lemoine talk to guests.

NDP MLA Marg McCuaig Boyd congratulates Smoky River FCSS on its 50th anniversary.
Duo of The Great Plains performed after dinner.
One of the silent auction items.

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