Linden hosts Vintage Parade in lieu of annual Sports Day

The idea of one Linden resident, Mary Duthie became a reality when on Saturday, June 6 residents were treated to a fairly large parade of vintage, classic and unique cars/trucks that wound its way throughout all the residential streets. It began at 10:00 a.m. at the Linden Lodge and ended at the Westview Care Facility at around noon. This parade was in lieu of the cancellation of the usual Linden Sports Day and Parade, to hopefully put smiles on the faces of residents who have been cooped up fo

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Welcoming Albertans back to provincial museums

The Royal Alberta Museum is reopening on May 16, and the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology is reopening on May 22.

The Alberta government’s relaunch strategy puts safety first and Albertans are asked to continue to take the proper precautions and follow public health guidelines when visiting museums.

“We know Albertans are craving those regular activities, like going out to museums, and we understand how important it is for people to safely get back to their everyday lives. We a

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Dance Celebration looks back at successes

While our Dance Celebration studio may be empty at the moment due to the current COVID restrictions in place, when we look back over our 2019/20 dance year we have succeeded in so many goals we would like to take a moment in keeping with our name, and ‘celebrate’ !

In September of 2019 one of our teachers, Lily Davison, passed her Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) Teachers License - a 2 year post-secondary program that involved over 450 hours per term and 4 Teaching exams. Lily was also

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Community Good Friday Service

Individuals and families, local and wide spread, were able to get in on the annual Community Good Friday Service by tuning in to a Youtube link at www.mountoliveefc.com/goodfriday from 8:00 am onwards.

Sponsored by the Three Hills Ministerial and involving several churches, the service was pre-recorded at Mount Olive Church.

Ministerial Chair, Murray Horton welcomed all viewers, acknowledged the role of Rev. James Enns in coordinating the service, and the technical input of Wayne Nelson and his

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