Summer Program offered at Three Hills Child Care Center

 

Brandi Hoszouski is the program director for the Three Hills Child Care Center and School Age Program. The program runs year round, with a summer program, and another that runs after school and weekends. One center is designed for children 12 months to six years, and can accommodate 34 children. The older, school age children (kindergarten to grade six), are in a separate center that allows for 20 children.
The summer program runs from 6:30 am to 6:15 pm, Monday to Friday. For children six mo

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Vintage Tractor Pull draws 45 Entries

 

The Three Hills Vintage Tractor Pull was held July 17-18 with 45 tractors taking part in the pull and eight in the slow races. Results are as follows.
Feather weight (up to 3999 lbs.): 1st Ken Wohl, Huxley - 1951 Cockshutt 30; 2nd Keith Weigum, Sunnyslope - 1949 Cockshutt 30, 3rd Dick Ross, Harmattan - 1952 Cockshutt 30.
Class 1 (4000 - 4999 lbs.): 1st Reg Penner, Three Hills - 1956 IHC 350 Wheatland Special; 2nd Dan Verville, Carsland - 1953 JD 50; 3rd Len Skjonsberg, Eckville - 1951 MM Z.
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Keiver's Lake an excellent stay vacation

 

When the sun is shining, it's no fun to be cooped up indoors. An inexpensive stay-cation is an ideal alternative. So pack up and head West! Less than twenty minutes from Three Hills, you will find Keiver's Lake.
This recreation area has a lot to offer. Take advantage of the day-use picnic area, free of charge. A full, new play park has been recently built to accommodate all ages. There is a smaller play set perfect for children ages two - five and a larger play set for children ages five -12.

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Three Hills packed for Summer Celebration

 

It was a huge weekend for Three Hills as they celebrated their annual Summer Celebration.
The Three Hills Recreation Park was bursting at the seams as about 100 recreational vehicles arrived to house weekend ball players, Provincial soccer fans and more.
A sold-out 16 team 6th Annual Three Hills Canadians' Ball 'n Bash mixed softball tournament kicked off Friday evening and finished up Sunday with the Championship games. The Big Valley Stealers took the A Event, with Balls To The Wall first i

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