The Alberta Society of Fiddlers has defined ten regions in the province of Alberta and for each region there is one Regional Director. Together, these ten directors represent Alberta members as they determine the goals, and the roles and responsibilities of the Society.
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The Northwest Region – extends from Fox Creek, north to the NWT border, and from Utikima Lake, west to the B.C. border; and it includes such centers as: Valleyview, High Prairie, Grande Prairie, Fairview, Peace River, Manning, High Level, and Fort Vermilion.
The Northeast Region – extends from Lloydminster, north to the NWT border, and from Peerless Lake, east to the Saskatchewan border; and it includes such centers as: Vegreville, Two Hills, Smoky Lake, Bonnyville, Lac La Biche, Fort McMurray, and Fort Chipewyan.
The Athabasca Slave Lake Region – extends from Wandering River, west to Grouard, and from Sangudo, north to Wabasca; and it includes such centers as: Slave Lake, Calling Lake, Whitecourt, Barrhead, Thorhild, Athabasca, and Westlock.
The Greater Edmonton Region – extends from Riley, west to Pigeon Lake and as far north as Redwater; and it includes such centers as: Edmonton, Lamont, Devon, Leduc, St. Albert, and Morinville.
Troy Gates, of Ft. Saskatchewan, AB
The Yellowhead West Region – extends west from Lac Ste Anne to the B.C. border; and it includes such centers as: Wabamun, Edson, Hinton, Grand Cache, Mayerthorpe, and Drayton Valley.
The Red Deer / Rocky Region – extends west from Stettler to the B.C. border; and it includes such centers as: Wetaskiwin, Lacombe, Red Deer, Rimbey, Jasper, and Rocky Mountain House.
Laurie Maetche, of Lacombe, AB
The Airdrie & Foothills Region – extends west from Drumheller to the B.C. border; it includes such centers as: Trochu, Three Hills, Olds, Didsbury, and Sundre.
Gary Giesbrecht, Airdrie, AB
The East Central Region – extends east from Bashaw to the Saskatchewan border; and it includes such centers as: Camrose, Wainwright, Provost, Killam, Coronation, and Hanna.
The Greater Calgary Region – extends west from Bassano to the B.C. border; and it includes such centers as: Calgary, High River, Gleichen, High River, Vulcan, Canmore, and Banff.
The South Region – extends south from Oyen to the Montana border and across Alberta from the B.C. Border to Saskatchewan; and it includes such centers as: Brooks, Medicine Hat, Lethbridge, Cardston, Claresholm, Pincher Creek, and Milk River.
Lloyd Kunkel, of Hillspring, AB