Rimbey great community to live in

I came to Rimbey 11 months ago. I came to cover a three-month sick leave for Rimbey Victim Services.

Dear Editor:

I came to Rimbey 11 months ago. I came to cover a three-month sick leave for Rimbey Victim Services.

I am now leaving to move to Mexico with my family.

I just wanted to take a minute to tell the community how absolutely awesome the people on Rimbey and district have been to me and my daughter.

I could name so many places like the library, the post office, the churches, interagency, the schools, the art club, the Lions, the Royal Canadian Legion.

I could go all day telling what great groups and business you have.

I appreciate all of you.

I have enjoyed the friendships, the kindness and the acceptance. I appreciate all the wonderful meals and fun house sitting jobs in and out of town.

Victim Services has a great board and group of compassionate advocates.

Everyone made my job easy.

I must also remind you that the Rimbey RCMP is composed of many caring individuals who work very hard to keep your community safe.

Thank you for the Rimbey experience.

Janet and Gabby Porter

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