Event featured food, live music, a dunk tank, a pie-eating competition, face painting and games, and speakers
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The Prairie Sky Recovery Centre has been helping people to overcome their addictions for a decade, and an event on the weekend helped to mark the milestone.
Recovery Days was a celebration held over two days on Aug. 24-25 at the centre in the former village of Leipzig. The main day of the celebration was on Aug. 25 when the general public could attend the centre to enjoy tours, food, entertainment and guest speakers.
Jacqueline Hoffman, the CEO of Prairie Sky Recovery Centre Inc., said about 100 people made the trip to Leipzig last Saturday to help the centre celebrate its anniversary. There was a cake that Hoffman, who became CEO in 2016, cut with her mother and founder of the recovery centre, Ardyth Wilson. The centre is known as Ardyth House, so it is named after its founder and it is an impressive, historic structure.This content is for members only.