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  • Kraig Brachman

Celebrating FESA's 25th Anniversary

On March 11, 1996, the Further Education Society of Alberta was officially incorporated. It has been 25 years of working with the community on literacy and learning. It’s hard to believe that FESA has been removing barriers to access opportunities by providing free programming, books, and essential literacy tools for such a longtime.

There have been many hands who have helped raise FESA up; being a non-profit organization for a quarter of a century is only possible by the hard work of dedicated staff members and support from the community. Many people have been many contributors to FESA’s success, and each year brings new faces and experiences.

So, on this anniversary we are going to dip back into the vault and share some highlight from the past.

Looking through our pictures from over the decades, there are so many moments and different sides to FESA during these last 25 years that it’s hard to capture all of them without overwhelming everyone. For now, we’ve tried to share a varied look at FESA's past and maybe we’ll do it again before the year is up.

For now, we’d like to say thank you to everyone who has supported us and continues to support us. We have a lot more work to do and with your help we will be able to achieve our goals.



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