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Communities in Bloom
Communities in Bloom (CIB) is a Canadian non-profit organization committed to fostering civic pride, environmental responsibility, and beautification through community involvement and the challenge of a national competition, all with a focus on enhancing green spaces in communities.
In 2012, the Drayton Valley Communities in Bloom received the rating of five blooms and won overall in their provincial category. This gave the Committee the opportunity to compete nationally. After hosting the Alberta Provincial Communities in Bloom Awards Ceremony in 2013, the Committee chose to compete nationally in 2014 where it received a rating of 5 Blooms and was recognized for the Interpretive Signage Project which was a partnership between the Committee, Evergreen School and the Eagle Point Blue Rapids Parks Council.
For more info about Communities in Bloom Canada, visit www.communitiesinbloom.ca
Here you can find the 2016 Communities in Bloom Guide 2016 Profile Book
BECOME A MEMBER!
The Communities in Bloom committee is seeking members!
The CIB committee is a community based group consisting of local volunteers. Drayton Valley would like to once again compete at the national level, but cannot do so without more help. Winning the national CIB competition would bring recognition and tourism to our community. Committee membership is not a large commitment, but would allow you to contribute to the cultural and physical beautification of our town.
If you are interested in joining the CIB committee, please contact Cora Appleby, Community Services Assistant, at 514-2223 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Communities in Bloom Cheque Presentations
Early Childhood Development Centre Insect Discovery Program
Left to Right: Samantha Strauss, Chair Susan Schwindt, Nancy Dodds, Councillor Nicole Nadeau
Town of Drayton Valley Legacy Project
Left to Right: Pam Schaub, Bill Cavanagh, Councilor Dean Shular, Chair Susan Schwindt, Nancy
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 269- Museum Style Display Cabinet
Left to Right: Pam Schaub, Cora Appleby, President Bill Cavanagh, Chair Susan Schwindt,
Nancy Dodds, Councilor Nicole Nadeau