Rink Reno Project receives funding

The Three Hills Curling Club is pleased to announce that it has received $75,000 from the Community Facility Enhancement Program to help replace the leaking roof on the building.
While matching funding goals have been met, some of that money will not be available until after the next Legion and Elks casinos. Therefore a campaign is to begin as soon as possible for corporate donations to get the project under way. Any of the new money raised can be applied toward future matching funds for replaci

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PCA Kindergarten Graduation

 

"Blossoms are Beginnings" was the theme as sixteen students graduated from PCA Kindergarten last Friday, June 11. The class of 2010 proceeded through a lighted archway to their designated places on the platform, after which Miss Lockhart, PCA Associate Principal, welcomed everyone present. After singing "O Canada", the students sang several action songs and recited scripture verses that they had memorized. There were some humorous moments when teacher, Mrs. Pratt, asked them what they liked b

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Taking Care of Business

Trochu Valley School & Junior Achievement (JA) joined forces this February to offer 30 Grade 10 students the opportunity to operate 2 business ventures.  Vice-principal Debbie Barkman took the challenge of splitting the students into two separate business ventures.  Tuff Enuff sold custom first aid kits and Fat Jay's offered a full concession at the school.  Both business ventures were a success due to the hard work of the students and the support of the communities at large.

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Dry Island Buffalo Jump eyed as Eco-Tourist destination

Birds, animals, and twisty trails winding through the deep river valley. Just the way we like it.

But a tourist hotel, interpretive signs, and marked walking paths at Dry Island Buffalo Jump? Might not be the way we like it.
If an expensive steering committee, dreams and plans, politicians, and other special-interest groups see their influence bear fruit, the new face of Dry Island Buffalo Jump Provincial Park (DIBJ) will not only differ from "just the way we like it", but could evolve into wha

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