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Marshall, Saskatchewan

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Marshall, SK

Contributed by raspberryred, an ePodunk user.

February 9, 2007

Pluses:  Marshall is a wonderful community where you still feel safe letting your kids go out and play with their friends. It has a fabulous small little store and a restaraunt. It also has a credit union, town office, post office, legion, library, and a bar. It is close enough to the city of Lloydminster to reap the rewards of decent shopping but it is also far enough away that it is quiet.

Minuses:  The sewer system and water system need to be updated and in the springs travelling in town can be a challenge.

A good place to...  Marshall is a good place to raise a family and with the K-9 school right in town it can't get much better than that.

 Come on out and find out all that you need or want to know during our town days and other various celebrations. We'd love to say HI.


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