B.P.O.E. Three Hills Elks #190 celebrates 90 years

Three Hills Community Centre was the scene of the 90th Anniversary of the B.P.O.E. Three Hills Elks #190. The supper and program took place on Thursday, June 21.

About 80 people attended including members and guests.

Exalted Ruler Byrne Lammle presented a club history as follows.

Since 1912, the Elks of Canada have given countless volunteers hours to promoting and serving community needs across Canada. With over 250 Lodges and 11,000 members the Elks are ready to continue growing into the futur

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Marvin Franke (right) is pictured here receiving his Exemplary Services Medal 2nd Bar (40 years) of dedicated service with the Trochu Fire Department. Presenting the award is Trochu Fire Chief Richard Hoppins. Thank You for your years of service and dedication to this community.

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The Annual Ride For Dad pulled into the Get ‘n Go/Pizza Hut parking lot on Saturday, June 23 at about 10:30 am.

Organizers report there were 117 bikes involved in this year’s fight against prostate cancer.

The rainy weather was a challenge, but participants rode from Didsbury and Red Deer to join together in Three Hills. They continued to Linden and then to Drumheller, for their annual barbeque.

This year’s event raised over $65,000.

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“From Vimy to Juno” Comes to Trochu and District Museum

The Juno Beach Centre brings the Battle of Vimy Ridge and the D-Day Landings to Canadians across the country with their new community-travelling exhibition “From Vimy to Juno”. This new exhibition, presented at the Trochu and District Museum, highlights the legacy of two victories that brought both pride and sorrow to Canadians in the First and Second World Wars. From Vimy to Juno: Canada in France 1914–1945, an exhibition of photographs, historical materials and more, comes 1

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