Three Hills & Area welcomes Dr. Luke Savage and family

 

Three Hills and area is proud to welcome Dr. Luke Savage and his family to our community.
An Alberta boy, Luke was born in Fort McMurray, AB, and later moved to Leduc, and then Cochrane. He started his schooling at the University of Calgary, where he graduated, with Honours, with a Bachelor of Kinesiology. He then moved to Edmonton to continue his education at the University of Alberta. After completing his Doctor of Medicine, and Family Medicine Residency Training in June of this year, he be

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Edmonton – Rural Alberta's Development Fund (RADF) is accepting applications for program funding again. The company will distribute the balance of its funds (approximately $30M) over the next 18 months to satisfy its mandate.
The application process, eligibility and funding criteria remain the same as before. However, the company will be placing an emphasis on supporting projects that build community capacity in rural communities of 20,000 or less.
"This approach is a win-win as it provides fund

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Carbon Campgrounds receive funding

 

Richard Marz, MLA, presented a Community Facility Enhancement Program (CFEP) grant cheque in the amount of $20, 750.00 to Carbon & District Recreation Board for the electrical upgrade for the Main & East Campground facilities. The Village of Carbon is currently placing advertisements for the tender of this upgrade and anticipating this project being completed by December 15, 2010.
The benefits to this electrical upgrade would include Kneehill County's residents, residents of the Villa

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Councillors mark Keiver's Lake joint development

 

Kneehill County and the Town of Three Hills cooperated on a Municipal Sponsorship Program grant (now in its final year) that benefited both communities. It allowed for the provision of walking trails for the residents of Three Hills and playground equipment for the enjoyment of campers at Keiver's Lake.
Last year, Three Hills combined dollars from a few grants for the development of their trail system. From the Municipal Sponsorship Grant, however, they received $94,000 in funding, with coope

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