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July 31, 2013

Jim Schon rings the bell inside St. Norbert’s Church on July 26 after the family names of parishioners who lived in the Rosenheim District from 1906 to the 1940s were read during special anniversary celebrations. ©Provost News Photo.

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In the July 31 print edition of The Provost News:

• 90th Anniversary of St. Norbert’s Church Celebrated

• Employment/Careers

• Piranhas Swim at Ft. Saskatchewan Meet

• Pudge doesn't want a dishwasher unless she is appropriately built and won’t be needing repair from time to time.

• Man and machine were laying down pavement in a parking lot just west of Crescent Point Place and north of the Agriplex.

• Lucie recalls her first glasses in Grade 2, having spent all of Grade 1 squinting at the teacher, who was a tall, noisy blur at the front of the room.

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This week we ask: "Why Should Historical Buildings Like St. Norbert’s Church be Preserved?"
. . . and readers heard answers from Heather Klimchuk, Olga Ganser, Rev. Frank Stempfle and Marion Kelch. Check out the
July 31 edition of The Provost News for their answers.
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