Ministerial Open House held in Olds

 

Richard Marz, MLA for Olds-Didsbury-Three Hills played host to the Hon. Mrs. Heather Klimchuk, Minister of Service Alberta, Hon. Frank Oberle, Solicitor General and Minister of Public Security, and Hon. Mel Knight, Minister of Sustainable Resource Development for a speaking engagement at the Olds College on Wednesday, February 9, 2011. The advertising flyer invited any and all to the Ministerial Open House for the Ministers to hear the concerns, share their visions and work together for chang

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A positive "Friends of Prairie" meeting was held February 7, 2011, to convey the message that the Bible Institute is still very much alive, and doing well.
Long-time staff member Neville Wilkins opened the meeting with a slew of numbers relating to the myriad of volunteer hours invested into the school. He noted that 30 hours of groundwork is done each week, 40 hours is spent at the post office, and 3,280 hours is donated stocking and supervising the Tilly Shop. He also said, a gentleman partaki

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Lucky Lions

Lions Club of Trochu would like to thank Pengrowth Energy Corporation for their support in purchasing a sign to be displayed in the new Lion's Center Building. Supporting service clubs is vital for benefitting communities. Come visit Trochu during this Centennial year. Camp out at Lion's R.V. Park. Try out our new golf driving range. See our new Lions Hall. Available to rent for reunions, weddings, ball tournaments etc. Contact Ron or Carol 403-442-3061. Pictured is Lions member Dan MacFadyen r

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PCA appoints new Executive Director

The Prairie Christian Academy Society Board is pleased to introduce Dr. David Atmore as the new Executive Director.
Board chair, Brian Crotser says, "We are excited to be able to appoint David to lead our staff and work with our teachers from pre-school to grade 12 in continuing to make the Christ-centered education offered through PCA available and affordable to local families, as well as to those from around Alberta and the world."
David G. Atmore was born in Salisbury, Rhodesia (Harare, Zim

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