After serving as Postmistress for 36 years in Trochu, Connie Fraser decided it was time to retire. Coffee and a special cake was served to customers, on November 5th, who stopped by to wish her well.

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Acme Daycare received one part of a two part modular facility that will be set up right behind the existing daycare. This building will be larger, allowing the child care center to accommodate more children. 34 children, ages 1-6 can now be registered, as opposed to the 19 allowed in the smaller center. The old building is destined to become a place for the after school program.

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Shovelling a sidewalk to help a neighbor, preparing Christmas hampers for the needy, coaching a school volleyball team; these are all examples of volunteering.
Karen Lynch, Executive Director of Volunteer Alberta came to educate and inspire a group of volunteers on Thursday, November 4, and she came armed with statistics to prove that volunteering is only growing.
From her abundance of stats, all from 2007, Karen revealed that there are 19,000 non-profit/voluntary organizations in Alberta, and 5

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The first regular Council meeting of the Town of Three Hills took place Monday night.
Councillor Al Campbell was absent, as he was attending the Alberta Rural Physician Action Plan Conference in Edmonton. Al is on the Doctor Recruitment and Retention Committee.
Mayor Tim Shearlaw and Norm Campion, Manager of Recreation and Community Services, were appointed as Shareholder Representatives of the Canadian Badlands Ltd, joining Councillor Al Campbell.
The next regular Council meeting will be held T

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