Did you know there is royalty in Bezanson? Rodeo royalty, but royalty nonetheless. Megan Pettyjohn is the 2019 Miss Teepee Creek Rodeo Queen, but is also just an ordinary teenager, struggling to deal with daily life in a world seemingly gone crazy.
“Music ready? Speakers out? “Who can sparkle bums?” What colour gear are we wearing today? Blue.” “Who needs help tacking up?” “Everyone ready? Mount up!”
There is an amazing family living in our community, like so many others. Julie and Josh Budgell have been in the area for about the last 10 years. Julie moved from Vancouver while Josh came from Ontario. Julie admits she prefers the snow and sunshine over rain any day. They have two children, Blair who is 8 and they are the guardians for Megan Pettyjohn, Miss Teepee Creek Rodeo. Julie loves the area and her daughter, Blair does too. Blair loves going to Bezanson School while Megan finished her schooling at Peace Wapitti Academy. One of the many things Julie is involved in is the Grande Prairie 4-H Multi club where she is the horse leader and Megan is the Assistant General Leader.
Alberta Transportation hereby gives notice that a submission has been added to the Common Project Search (online registry) pursuant to the Canadian Navigable Waters Act described herein and its description.
Pursuant to paragraph 4.1 and 9.1 of the said Act, Alberta Transportation has deposited with the Minister of Transport, on the on-line Common Project Search Registry (http://cps.canada.ca/) and under registry number 3189, a description of the following work: rehabilitation of the Highway 43 bridge (BF73275E) across the Smoky River in NE 17-72-2 W6M.
Posted at Bezanson, Alberta this 26 day of March, 2021.
Tyler Wilson, Alberta Transportation