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Royal Purple president to visit Fort Macleod

JEAN SWIHART, GAZETTE CONTRIBUTOR
National president of the Royal Purple of Canada, Lynda Nolan will be a special guest of the Fort Macleod Royal Purple on Thursday, Feb.3.
President Nolan will be addressing local members and has extended a warm welcome to the public to attend.
Royal Purple was formed in 1914, is a charitable organization that focuses on promotion and support of a fund for children that places emphasis on early identification of hearing and speech impairment.
The fund has contributed more than $11-million throughout Canada for these special projects
President Nolan has chosen “Focus” as her theme for her year as leader of the lodge.
She said when we focus, things can change for the better.
President Nolan will be at the Fort Macleod and District Community Hall on Feb. 3 at 7:30 p.m.
The local lodge invites those interested to come. Following her address lunch will be served.

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