A very successful fundraiser was held March 1 to 4th in Carbon for Kidsport Kneehill. The 8th annual curling event hosted 16 teams throughout the week and weekend, and raised just over $8,500 to help children in our area participate in sports. The highlight of the event was the return of the “Turkey Putt” on Saturday afternoon.
Over the past eight years, this event has raised over $42,000, “So ALL Kids Can Play!”

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Until next year...

The daytime drop-in curlers were joined by former Three Hills resident Harold Hunter when they held their last mini spiel for the season on Friday, March 3. The winners of the Heartland Funeral Services plaque were Ron Matus - Lead, Nicki Bernier - Third and Will Krusky - Skip. Presenting the plaque is Harold Hunter, of Olds, who brought donuts and coffee to start the day. He also provided a few door prizes which were given away while lunch was enjoyed by the 29 curlers who participated and som

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2017 Golden Hills North League winners

Congratulations to the Three Hills Royals Sr. Boys Basketball team for winning the Golden Hills North league for the second year in a row. The team went undefeated in league play and won the final in a convincing fashion with a 70-3 win over Prairie Christian Academy. Pictured are: Back row (left to right) - Greg Lendvay (Coach), David Zampaga, Deyem Lansink, Adam Viste, Jarod McLeay, Dyllan Gustafson, Sidney Platt, Darryl Viste (Coach). Front row (left to right) - Quinn de Beaudrap, Tyler Mala

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Carbon to host mixed bonspiel

The Carbon Curling Club is getting ready to wind up the season in style.

"We're having a mixed spiel, where you have two men and two women," outlined bonspiel organizer Troy Appleyard. "It's our first mixed spiel in Carbon for quite a few years and there was a group of us that got together and decided we wanted to try it."

"It's from March 8 to 11 and we're hoping to get 12 teams or more and kind of have a fun mixed spiel to wrap up our season," he continued.

Each team consists of two men and t

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