The Millet Distancing Diamonds were designed as a way to promote mental health, and as a reminder of the time people spent during the pandemic, whether it be good or bad. They were built by SMILES Nonprofit Society, which is a nonprofit society that aims to provide awareness and support for mental health. The local distancing diamonds were funded for through grants from RMH (Rural Mental Health) and AHS (Alberta Health Services).
For all of their honorable community work, The Millet and District Museum is honored to say we have a display up about SMILES Nonprofit, and are the current home to all of the community drawn posters!
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