Nanton's grain elevators, now known as the Canadian Grain Elevator Discovery Centre, are really close to winning $50,000.

They're in a national sponsored contest as one of only two locations in Alberta that are in the running.

The other location is the Roxy Theatre in Coleman.

The 'Next Great Save' is part of the 'Great Save Campaign' voting started on April 18th and runs till May 7.

Nanton is currently in third place, which brings a $5000 cash award, second place is worth $10,000 and first place wins $50,000.

Coleman is sitting in fourth.

The most votes wins so here's how the current locations are stacking up along with how many votes they have as of April 23:

  1. LaSalle Theatre – Kirkland Lake, Ont. (6,611 votes)
  2. Our Lady of Mercy Heritage Church – Aguathuna, N.L. (5,671 votes)
  3. Nanton Grain Elevator – Nanton, Alta. (5,049 votes)
  4. Roxy Theatre – Coleman, Municipality of Crowsnest Pass, Alta. (4,936 votes)
  • Cape Bear Lighthouse and Marconi Station – Murray Harbour, PE.
  • Cité-des-Hospitalières – Montréal.
  • Greenly Island Houses – Blanc-Sablon, Que.
  • Mon Keang School – Vancouver.
  • Old St. Thomas Church – Moose Factory, Ont.
  • St. Andrew's Lodge – Qualicum Beach, B.C.
  • St. John's Centre for the Arts – Arichat, N.S.
  • Welland Central Fire Station – Welland, Ont.

It's a two-step process to vote online and you can vote every day until May 6.

Click here to vote for Nanton.

The winner will be announced on May 7.