Three Hills resident Paul Majore was the 500th ticket drawn at the 38th Annual Three Hills Curling Club Cash Dance. Paul is shown accepting his $10,000 from Curling Club President Heather Campbell. Next year’s Curling Club Cash Dance is scheduled for April 21.
Mayor Tim Shearlaw called the regular meeting of the Three Hills Town Council to order at 5:33 pm April 10, 2017. As soon as the agenda as amended was approved, Jeff Faupel, of Endeavour Charted Accountants took the floor to present the 2016 Audited Financial Report. A copy of the 2016 Financial Statement can be found on the Town of Three Hills website.
Coming out of a previous meeting and therefore as “Old Business” there was follow up discussion to a proposal from Chris Reimer, as
Marion Johnson (centre), President of the Three Hills Health Care Centre Auxiliary, presents a cheque of $1,000 to Bruce and Gisele Dickson, for STARS (Shock Trauma Air Rescue Service) Foundation. This donation, to STARS, is only one of the many ways the Auxiliary supports our health community from the funds they receive in donations and sales.
The Three Hills RCMP Detachment and the Three Hills Community welcomes Constable John McLachlin. Constable McLachlin graduated from the Regina DEPOT RCMP Training Academy March 27, 2017. He has been making his home in Innisfail and will be moving to Three Hills in the very near future. He comes from a law enforcement family and has himself worked in Security and as a Bylaw Officer in the Ottawa, Ontario area. His recreation/sport interests include mountain biking and volleyball. He also plays b