Volunteers at the IGA parking lot showed the true spirit of Drumheller.
Starting at 10 a.m. on Saturday, June 22, dozens of residents began to stop by the IGA parking lot to help the Town fill much needed sand bags.
"It needs to get done. Everybody chipping in makes for a better Drumheller," said volunteer Keith Hudson.
Even Drumheller's youngest were there, shovels and bags in hand.
"I'm helping, because my house is right on the an acreage by the river, so we need sand bags. Other people should come down and help too, because other people need help with their houses," said Cort Castonguay.
Sand bag filling continues and anyone wishing to help should stop by the IGA parking lot. Sand bags will be made available to those who need them in the Canadian Tire parking lot later today.