For the Three Hills Town Council's first meeting of the new year, it was a fairly straightforward session, on Monday, January 10, 2011.
The multitude pulled away from the affair was the Requests to Council for Decision.
A motion saw approval of a new program concerning Prairie Bible Institute, as a part of a newly designed Prairie Enrollment Program. The focus is to build enrollment at all three colleges, those being the Bible College, Prairie College of Applied Arts and Technology, and Prairie

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Elks cut ribbon on new elevator

 

The need for an elevator to transport people from the main floor of Trochu's Hall to the basement and back was brought to the attention of the local Elks association about three years ago. The Elks are always contributing to the community and decided to take on the project.
On Dec. 19, 2010, a ribbon-cutting took place and a number of folk took the opportunity to test out the easy way to the basement and back.
A brief program of speeches preceded the ride as Kent Walker, Project Coordinator o

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The Acme Fire Department and helpers are pictured above with a generous amount of donated food items as a result of the Candy Cane Drive held on December 15. The Acme residents once again generously gave to this annual event.

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As a result of the generous support of the community, the Here Comes Santa Cause event earlier this month was a big success, thanks to organizers from the Three Hills Chamber of Commerce. The money raised was split between three local groups, equivalent to $2,784.50 each. The groups are: Three Hills Playschool, which will put the money toward much needed flooring upgrades, The Three Hills Band Parent Association, who will use the funds to help with the expense of a trip to Ottawa, and the Three

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