To start off Three Hills Town Council's June 27th meeting, a Public Hearing was held. No one was in attendance to discuss Bylaw 1337-11, a Bylaw to amend Bylaw 1227-02, being a bylaw to regulate and control the operation of the Three Hills Cemetery by re-wording Section 6 Monumental Regulation Item B to read as follows: In the new section (1999 expansion) of the cemetery, the maximum height for headstones will be one meter (40 inches). Total height shall include headstone and marble/granite ba

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Jim Northcott Named 2010 Acme Volunteer of the Year

 

Jim Northcott was presented with the 2010 Acme Volunteer of the Year award by Bruce McLeod, Acme Mayor, at Acme's annual Sports Day event Saturday, June 25, 2011.
Jim's community volunteer services include, but are not limited to, organizing past and current fundraising events for the Community Hall. Jim is so ready and quick to donate his time and talents that the community considers him the go-to man whenever a job requires a volunteer. He drives the Redmen Sports Bus, for student functions

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June seems to be the month selected by many organizations to hold their last meeting prior to taking a summer break.
Sixteen members of St. Mary's Health Care Centre gathered in the Cafeteria to enjoy a delicious supper prepared by member Suzanne Sinclair. Her son Jesse did a fantastic job waiting on tables. Following the meal, a brief meeting chaired by Pres. Isobel Whyte was conducted. That morning, Jan Magnusson, assisted by Donna Pride served breakfast to second floor residents. Lorene Adolf

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County Celebrates Grand Opening of Maintenance Shop

 

Pete McRae, Operations Director for Kneehill County, introduced to Council, at its June 14 meeting, Mike Avramenko - newly hired Road Supervisor - South. Mike worked over 20 years with City of Calgary Public Works and the last three years with Mountain View County. Since his starting date in early May, he noted that the last two hard winters and wet springs have been exposing a variety of weaknesses in the County's infrastructure, and to no one's surprise. it would take time and money to fix

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