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|Sidney Manning returned to the community as a guest of the Natural Gas Co-op 52 Ltd.—and in his role as chief plumbing and gas administrator and inspector for Alberta Municipal Affairs. He is shown in the Alberta Room on Tuesday afternoon, January 22 describing a problem with cement that had been used for a plastic pipe connection during a talk about rules and regulations across the province. He discussed natural gas, propane and other gases, plumbing, heating, safety standards, compliance issues and showed slides of unusual and non-conforming work and regulations of gas installations. The 50 year old man who went to school in both Cadogan and Provost is the son of Darlene and the late Frank Manning. ©Provost News Photo.
Photo in January 30 edition of The Provost News.
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Officers Are Re-elected to Natural Gas Co-op 52 Board
The annual general meeting of the Natural Gas Co-op 52 Ltd. was held in the Alberta Room of Prairie Hall in Provost on Tuesday, January 22.
After guest speaker Sidney Manning (chief plumbing and gas administrator and inspector for Alberta Municipal Affairs; see other picture in the print paper) spoke, other business took place.
During the meeting chairman Dr. Keith Degenhardt turned over $500 to Jeff Holte while another student, Lucas Vetter also received $500. The industry awards are made annually to students in the area by the Natural Gas Co-op 52. Parents of the students have to be members of the co-op.
Get the rest of the story in the Jan. 30 Provost News print edition.
Also in the January 30 print edition of The Provost News:
• Train-Truck Crash Claims Life
• Letter from Hay East
• Babies of 2012 Featured
• Early Days at Amisk
• Thinking Out Loud
• Life Can Get Complicated, Says Pudge
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