Councillor Fred Makowecki
Fred is proud to be serving his first term in Council here in Drumheller
Fred was born in Jasper, Alberta and grew up in Edson, Alberta. He moved to Drumheller in 1978.
Fred has focused much of his time contributing to his community through many charities and community boards. Fred is the Founder and Chair of The Morgan Jayne Children's Foundation, a project named after his daughter who passed away in 2006. This project is dedicated to helping children and families of those directly affected by HIV and AIDS on Roatan, Honduras. Fred long time member of and chair of The Alberta Association of Police Governance and has served on the Drumheller Policing Committee since its inception. He has been awarded a provincial Crime Prevention award from The Province of Alberta. Fred was honoured to receive the Queen Elizabeth II diamond jubilee medal for contribution to their fellow citizens, their community and to their country.
Vision: "I love our community and as I approach my 43rd year of residence I feel it is important to know our neighbours. To listen to each other and grow our town with a spirit of cooperation, collaboration and excitement about a more vibrant Drumheller."
Committees: Drumheller & District Solid Waste Management Association, Policing Committee, Economic Development Advisory Committee, Disaster Service Committee