Trochu Councillors allotted much of their July 12 meeting to identifying an appropriate lot site in town for an affordable multi-family housing facility. The Mayor asked for at least three different possible locations. Even the possibility of the land on which Pontmain School is located was considered, even though the Mayor wasn't enthused about taking on extra costs for demolition. Their action plan for this project includes the grant writer and councillors networking to locate grant possibilit

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Kneehill Regional FCSS Annual Report presented

At Monday July 19th's Council Meeting, Shelley Jackson, Director of Kneehill Regional Family and Community Support Services presented the 2009 Annual Report.
The FCSS is a multi-municipal preventive social program that focuses on enhancing the well-being of individuals, families, and communities throughout the Kneehill area. They achieve these goals through volunteerism, consulting, and providing services to meet needs where they exist.
The Kneehill Regional FCSS Board was established by joint

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Arlene Morton, with the Royal Bank of Canada presents Jacqui and Ernie Goddard with a cheque for $598.00. The couple are Ambassadors and volunteers for STARS Air Ambulance. The money was raised at RBC's annual community barbecue. In 2009, STARS flew seven missions from Three Hills. Since started in Calgary in 1985, STARS has flown over 19,500 missions.

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The Little Train that could, and always has
Ken Sanderman has played a key role in making the annual Three Hills Kid's Carnival such a memorable event. Ken built his own scale model train, complete with cars that enables him to provide rides, at special events, to kids of all ages. Capital Publisher Tim Shearlaw snapped a photo of Ken and two of his grandsons at last years Kid's Carnival. A framed enlargement created the perfect gift of thanks to Ken, as presented by Three Hills and District Chamber of Commerce President Mark Hosking, at

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