Community Service

 

| Award | Activities | Sponsorship |


Award


Rose City Memorials has been located in Cut Knife, SK for over 26 years with three Waldner families making their homes here, as well. Active within the community, Rose City Memorials has supported different activities over the years through a variety of initiatives in all the communities within which they operate.

The Ontario Monument Builders Association, of which Rose City Memorials has been a member since 2005, recognized their achievements in 2010 with the Ted Hayden Community Award.



Ted Hayden Community Award

Robert Waldner (extreme left), Alvin Waldner (second from right)



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Activities


Rose City Memorials actively supports the towns, community groups and schools within the areas in which we operate. Please see below for a partial list of our involvement.


  • Town of Cut Knife Welcome Sign (More)
  • Town of Battleford Memorial Rose Garden (More)
  • 4-H Club (More)
  • Cut Knife High School (More)
  • Cut Knife Chamber of Commerce "Light-Up" Contest (More)
  • Cut Knife Chamber of Commerce Benches (More)
  • Atton's Lake Golf Course (More)
  • Clayton McLain Memorial Museum (More)
  • Cut Knife Civic Centre (More)
  • Cut Knife Penning Association (More)
  • Rose City Memorials Ltd. Open House (More)

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Sponsorship through Advertising


  • The Royal Canadian Legion - Saskatchewan Command
    Military Service Recognition Book - Sponsor, 3 years
  • Minor Hockey News
    Northern Saskatchewan H28 - Sponsor, 2 years
  • Hospital Activity Book for Children
    Sponsor, 13 years
  • Child Find News Magazine
    Saskatchewan and Alberta Editions - Sponsor, 9 years
  • Drug Facts for Young People
    Magazine distributed free at clinics and hospitals - Sponsor, 9 years
  • Canadian Fallen Firefighters Foundation
    Sponsor, 9 years
  • Community Safety Net
    Safety Books for Kids - 1/2 Class Sponsor, 9 years

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The Waldner Family Serving Alberta & Saskatchewan Since 1961