Research shows that the early years are important for a child's ability to learn and create, to trust, and to develop a strong sense of themselves.
The first five years of a child's life is a crucial developmental time, and it is also an essential time for parents to stay informed.
Kneehill Regional FCSS, along with a number of agencies, have been working together since August 2010 to bring Three Hills the Kneehill Early Years Fair: Finding Your Child's Strengths.
The event will take place Wedne

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Since the number one New Years resolution is to lose weight, people are trying to change their lifestyles in order to cinch their belts.
On February 2, at Three Hills Centennial Place, second floor, will be a Healthy Lifestyles Fair running all day, to help people get on track. The free conference will start at 9:30 with coffee and registration for those who wish to register that day.
Big Country Primary Care Network, and Alberta Health Services have collaborated to make the presentation possibl

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As we begin the New Year, let us continue to pray and care for others who are struggling with loneliness or disappointment. Some have lost a loved one or a job or their health or a dream.
Ed and Terry Stephan helped us do that just before Christmas. On Dec. 19, 2010, quite a few of us gathered in the "living room" of Kneehill Funeral Services. We were comforted by their welcoming smiles, the smell of Coffee and cider, the sound of Rhoda Murray playing favourite carols on the organ and lights twi

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Thanks to the generosity of all those who signed the cover pages of Sections One and Two of The Capital's Christmas issue, less fortunate families in Three Hills will enjoy a happier, healthier Christmas. Tim Shearlaw (left), President of Capital Printers Ltd. presented Sweis Ubels, Three Hills Area Food Bank Chairman, with $1,339.87 in cash and cheques. Thanks to everyone who participated in the annual campaign to help others in our community.

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