Winterfest a success for Castor community

The Town of Castor had a vibrant winter festival Sat. Feb. 12 to bring the community together for some fun events across the community. The Hall was open to visitors and at the entrance, visitors got to witness Edmonton’s Randall Fraser of the Sculptors Association of Alberta as he chiselled and sawed away at a block of ice which was in the process of becoming art. Sleigh rides were made available by two teams of horses and a parade took place in the early afternoon. Many came to witness this on Main Street. ECA Review/T.Huxley
Written by Terri Huxley

The Town of Castor had a vibrant winter festival Sat. Feb. 12 to bring the community together for some fun events across the community. The Hall was open to visitors and at the entrance, visitors got to witness Edmonton’s Randall Fraser of the Sculptors Association of Alberta as he chiselled and sawed away at a block of ice which was in the process of becoming art. Sleigh rides were made available by two teams of horses and a parade took place in the early afternoon. Many came to witness this on Main Street.

ECA Review/T.Huxley

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Terri Huxley

Terri grew up on a grain farm near Drumheller, Alberta with an eye for the beautiful and uncharted. Living in such a unique and diverse area has helped her become the photographer and reporter she is today.

Coming from the East Central region getting this newspaper on her dinner table growing up, it helped her understand the community she now serves.

In May 2019, Terri was awarded Alberta Weekly Newspaper Association (AWNA) Canada's Energy Citizens Photographic Awards Sports Action – First Place as well as first for the same sports action image nationally with the Canadian Community Newspaper Association (CCNA). Fast forward to 2020, she has won second in the same category for the AWNA.