To open Monday, March 14th's Three Hills Town Council meeting, Councillor Al Campbell, and Director of Finance and Administration Tracey Gorr presented the Library Board Budget as members of the Board.
The proposed 2011 Budget will have a gross income of $175,343.61. Tracey Gorr reported that most of the library's revenue is from the Town of Three Hills, secondly, from grant funding, then donations, and lastly, patronage charges.
In comparison to 2010, this year's budget shows a savings of over

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An 18-year-old Calgary man and a 16-year-old female, of Three Hills, have been charged in the February 23, 2011 mischief, break-in and theft at Bethel Evangelical Missionary Church and the Three Hills Good Health store.
Three Hills RCMP charged the female with Mischief over $5,000, Break and Enter, and Theft. The adult male was charged with the above plus Mischief under $5,000 for breaking the outer pane of the Three Hills Good Health store front window.
In addition to over $30,000 in damage to

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BMO has donated a cheque in the amount of $3,000.00 to the Acme Agricultural Society to help pay for the stone monument commemorating the Acme Centennial Celebration in 2010. David Fafard, Acme BMO Manager, is seen above presenting the cheque to Lori Might, Chairperson of the Acme Centennial Committee, with Centennial Committee members Bert Jackson and Phyllis Deines.

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Thrashers President James Main (left), along with Thrashers Treasurer Brandy Hay (right), present Matt Wildeman (center) with a $2,500.00 cheque representing the grand prize in the Three Hills Thrashers Cash Calendar. Matt's name was the final ticket drawn in front of a home town crowd on February 28, 2011. Thank you to everyone who supported this fundraiser and also for your ongoing support of your local Three Hills Thrashers Junior B Hockey team.

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