Magician Brian Lehr came to the Trochu Municipal Library to entertain the kids participating in the TD Summer Reading Program. Brian had them fasten their seat belts and flew them all the way to the Amazon for a terrific adventure through the rainforest. Who knew learning about the jungle could be so fun! When the adventure was over Brian flew them home to Trochu. A good time was had by all judging by the smiles and laughs.

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Perhaps Mayor Kletke and Councillor Bill Cunningham were a bit late in welcoming Kneehill Funeral Services Ltd. to Trochu, however the news of a crematorium being added is recent. Owners Ed Stephan and Ron Kletke were happy to receive the framed print by Daphne Stankievech to hang in their establishment.

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Every year the Automobile Insurance Rate Board (AIRB) reviews mandatory, also called basic, automobile insurance rates. As a result of this year's review, the AIRB is directing Alberta insurers to reduce mandatory automobile insurance premiums by five per cent as of November 1 of this year.
This decrease is, in part, a result of the projected decline in the number of bodily injury claims in the province. To the individual driver, it means they can expect to save an additional $30 per year on the

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As a welcoming gesture, Trochu Town Council presents a framed print, by Daphne Stankievech, of Dr. Hay's old house at the Arboretum, to new businesses that choose to settle there. The Blue Quill Family Restaurant appears to be a good venture for owners Shelley and Rich Birch, Audrey Ternes and Tom Trask. They were pleased to accept their picture from Mayor Barry Kletke and Councillor Bill Cunningham.

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