Contributors

Michallie ‘Mica’ Brown is a graduating student at the University of Lethbridge. Six years of post-secondary and she is finally able to have a full night’s sleep.

Eric Dyck and his wife moved to Lethbridge in 2013, and since then he has been documenting his experiences and adventures in Southern Alberta through his webcomic, Slaughterhouse Slough. Eric uses his webcomic to share about the people that he meets, the stories that he hears, and as a means of learning more about the history of his new home.

Cheryl Meheden credits courage and calculated risk-taking for giving her a life of plenty. From mountain adventures to scholarly pursuits there are few things she won’t attempt. In return, she enjoys a renaissance life full of joy, passion, and gratitude.

Amanda Michalezki is a Communication Arts grad from Lethbridge College who majored in Print Journalism. Her curiosity from a young age has brought her writing for Lethbridge Living and she previously volunteered at MS Society.

Glenn Miller served in the artillery for 25 years in Canada and Europe. Over half of his career was in Lethbridge. Avid military historian and volunteer, Glenn is a speaker for The Memory Project of Canada. Glenn has served veteranss and their families for over 10 years as a service officer and is president of the Lethbridge United Services Institute and director for Southern Alberta with the Last Post Fund.

James Pantagco is a graduate student from the University of Lethbridge, completing his degree under the Dhillon School of Business.

Tyler Stewart has a background in music, journalism, and museums. After playing music for a decade, Tyler went from the University of Lethbridge Fine Arts Department to managing exhibitions with Southern Alberta Art Gallery (SAAG) and National Music Centre in Calgary. Tyler pens articles in his spare time, and continues to work on independent curatorial and music projects in his spare time.

Les Vonkeman is passionate about investing time in people, whether friends or soon to be friends. Les has been married for the last 27 years and has two biological daughters and numerous foster kids. Les loves to travel and spend quiet time in nature camping or hunting.

Josh Wong is a student at the University of Lethbridge, going for a BFA in New Media & Marketing.
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