Mud went flying on the weekend of June 16th to 18th with the annual Provost Splash and Smash. The event displays races, competitions, shows, and family friendly activities for everyone to enjoy. The Splash and Smash allows many people from around the Alberta and Saskatchewan province to participate in the events.
 
There were a number of different events that took place such as mud races, monster truck freestyle, the rollover competition, and lawn mower racing. It also proved to be a child friendly event with kids hot wheel racing, the orange express monster truck ride, and an abundance of bouncy houses.
 
Richard Dieser the construction manager has been working with his event for over 12 years. Dieser spoke about the positive effect the splash and smash has on the community. “ I think its great that we draw a lot of outside people to the community. We have tremendous community support.”
 
Local residents filled the stands as well as residents from surrounding areas. With food and drinks available it was set to be a successful day for the Provost Kinsmen Splash and Smash.
 

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