Louise Gibson, part of the development team helping to make Sixty West and Waterford Station a reality, participated in the Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter 34th Annual Work Project in Edmonton and Fort Saskatchewan during the week of July 9, 2017. Shown in the attached photos is Louise talking with President Carter and former first lady Rosalynn while taking them on a tour of the Fort Saskatchewan build site.
We are lucky that Sylvan Lake is truly Brilliant All Year and a destination for 1 million visitors while still maintaining a small-town charm. The multiplex offers skating and curling, and the community has an abundance of outdoor ice rinks, ice fishing and snowmobiling, and snowy paths to explore.
There have been rumours circulating but now it’s official: Marlis Hansen, Monica Sylvester and Marcine Woyky, the three daughters of Ed and Glenda Pogadl, have generously donated 20 acres of land to the Town of Sylvan Lake to be developed into a sports park; field house and all.
The land upon which Sixty West and Waterford Station is being developed has an interesting history; and with it comes a debt of gratitude to the Ada family, who lovingly cared for the land for over sixty years.