A Seussified Christmas Carol Review

The Three Hills Arts Academy presentation of “A Seussified Christmas Carol” performed by the Kneehill Area Youth under the directorship of Tiffany Dietz added two additional shows so that there were 10 performances all together.

“Enthusiasm” is the first word that came to my mind as I watched the actors assume their roles as they appeared on stage. With a cast and crew of 40 young people (some altering between major and minor roles depending on the performance, and some

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Swalwell 4-H Beef Club is excited to start back up

The Swalwell 4-H Beef Club had our start up and elections meeting on October 5, 2020 but we were already busy before the meeting. Some of our members volunteered at the Acme/Linden Food Grains supper helping to hand out meals to vehicles in the drive thru. This year we have 14 members in the club 5 Juniors, 5 Intermediate and 4 Seniors and I think it’s safe to say we are all very excited to start this year after a long stretch off last spring.

October 18 came around and we helped the Acme

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Three Hills Arts Academy presents “A Seussified Christmas Carol”

The Three Hills Arts Academy presents “A Seussified Christmas Carol” performed by the Kneehill Area Youth.

The play, written by Peter Bloedel and under the direction of Tiffany Dietz is advertised as “A whimsical reinvention of Dickens’s most beloved Christmas story.”

The narrators make clear from the beginning that this is NOT by Dr. Seuss, and it is not long into the performance that it becomes clear that while the story is going to feature the characters and plo

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Fresh start for Kneehill 4-H Club

Last year we had to finish our projects virtually which was a challenge because some projects were more complicated than others, but thanks to our amazing project leaders we made it through. To finish up last year, at the end of August we got to have our Achievement Day where we talked about what we did that year and our favorite project. We also gave out a leadership award which went to Garrett Bertamini. Sharla Berry’s sewing record book received 1st place at District’s and is bei

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