Hundreds attend Three Hills Discovery Night

Three Hills Discovery 2017

Discovery Night, in Three Hills, was a big hit, once again.

For 13 years area residents have been given the opportunity to gather, under one roof, in order to learn about the numerous services offered.

Recreation, Education, Protective Services and so much more were presented 60 booths.

A crowd of 366 people came to the Three Hills Curling Rink on Wednesday, September 6, from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm. They registered for a variety of sports, watched video presentations, signed up to become community volunteers and learned more about what makes Three Hills tick.

Kneehill Regional Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) Director, Shelley Jackson, was delighted that some vendors commented that this year’s event was, “one of the best,” in allowing presenters to really connect with families and individuals that visited their booths.

It was also noted that there were a lot of new families attending the event.

Over 100 people operated the 60 booths, bringing the event total number to about 500. And thanks to that attendance, KidSport Kneehill raised over $500 in donations at their hot dog barbeque, so that “All Kids Can Play”.