Cruise To Celebrate 30 Years June 4

 

Two local car enthusiasts arranged a "Cruise" on the first Saturday evening in June of 1981. Ben Maerz and John Robinson sat on the steps of the Three Hills Post Office and watched the vehicles. What started out to be a small event for a local group, grew to place Three Hills on the map as Western Canada's Cruise Capital, 30 years later.
The car crazy club dubbed themselves the Three Hills Street Freaks, and soon their leisurely past time became more organized, as more vehicle owners and spec

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Marz Announces Retirement

 

After over 30 years of public (16+ municipal and 14+ provincial), I have decided to retire from politics and, therefore, will not be seeking re-election n the next provincial election, which may be in the spring of 2012. I will continue to be your MLA until that time.
The reason for announcing now is to provide ample time for anyone who wishes to seek the nomination, to use the summer events to get out and meet the people of Olds-Didsbury-Three Hills and for the people to become familiar with

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For two nights, May 20, and May 21, Parable Place was host to Dance Celebration's spring dance musical, Peter Pan. With over 80 students involved, the ballet and highland dance routines told the story of Peter Pan, with the help of unique costumes, stage props, and talent.

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Geocaching the Canadian Badlands this Summer

Geocaching – the worldwide treasure hunt with GPS – has grown immensely over the past eleven years with now more than 1.3 million caches hidden around the world. Enthusiasts load coordinates for individual caches from www.geocaching.com onto their GPS devices and head outdoors for the adventure of finding the caches. With this many people involved in the hobby, tourist organizations are now utilizing the sport to highlight their attractions, Alberta's Canadian Badlands Ltd. and Boomtown Trail a

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