Snip for SLIP

The collaboration between the Town of Slave Lake and the volunteer group calling itself SLIP (Slave Lake Ice Patrol) reached a new milestone last week with the opening of a storage shed for the SLIP tractor and ice-cleaning equipment. It was built by the town, next to the Multi Rec Centre. Present for the ceremonial ribbon-cutting on Sept. 7 were (left to right) town CAO Jeff Simpson, SLIP members Mark Missal, Leonard LeBlanc, Dick Carrell and David Perkinson, town councillors Ali Mouallem and Kim Hughes and town project manager Kush Patel. SLIP builds and maintains outdoor ice skating surfaces in Slave Lake in the winter months.

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