Packed house for Springfest

The annual Springfest fundraiser, hosted by the St. Mary’s foundation, happened on Saturday, April 7, at the Trochu Community hall.

“I really appreciate the generosity,” said Ron Zook, the president of the St. Mary’s Foundation.

The money raised from this event goes towards the betterment of the residents at St. Mary’s, and this is the foundations largest fundraiser. In the past, the funds from this event have helped purchase a blood pressure monitor and software,

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Three Hills Community Good Friday Service

The annual Three Hills Community Good Friday Service under the sponsorship of the Three Hills Ministerial saw a “full house” in attendance on March 29, at the Three Hills School auditorium.

This annual event demonstrates the unity of those from differing expressions of the Christian faith community as represented under the umbrella of the Three Hills Ministerial.

At present these are as follows: Bethel Evangelical Missionary Church, Bethel Fellowship Church, Knox United Church, Mano

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Delectable Desserts and Music Too!

The Trochu Valley School Band put on another great performance for the community during their spring fundraiser, Delectable Desserts, at the Trochu Community Hall on Sunday, March 25.

The grade six band opened up the show at 2 p.m. with playing Penguin Promenade. They were followed by the grade seven band, then the grade eight band, and the senior band wrapped up the show playing before and after the school’s Rock Steady performance.

The senior band, which currently has nine graduating st

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Maxwell Centre hosts Rosebud Chamber Music Festival

Rosebud Chamber Music Festival, under the direction of the RCMF Founder and Artistic Director Keith Hamm, and with narration by Rosebud Theatre Artistic Director Morris Ertman, presented Joseph Haydn’s Seven Last Words of Christ on the Cross at the Maxwell Centre Atrium on Wednesday, March 7.

Haydn’s classic work was performed by Keith Hamm, viola; Julie Hereish, cello; Sheila Jaffe’, violin; and Elizabeth Skinner, violin.

A very imaginative narration of events as they may hav

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