That's Life October 14, 2010

The end of another three-year term of municipal government has come to an end.
Congratulations to all those who served their communities, not just as Councillors but as members of the numerous committees struck to keep our Towns, Villages and Hamlets alive and well.
In an age of regionalization of goods and services, it has become increasingly difficult for all of us to compete with the major centres. We need to work together as citizens who love where they live.
Now is the time to become a community volunteer. That is and always will be a definite need.
In the next few weeks, many of you will be asked to sit on committees that plan, make recommendations to Council and oversee the general activities represented by that committee. It's time well spent. Perhaps you will consider your strengths and step forward to help make your community a better place.
Monday, October 18 is Election Day.
It is your right to vote if you are at least 18 years old, a Canadian citizen and you have resided in Alberta for the six consecutive months immediately preceding election day and your place of residence is located in the community where you intend to vote.
In Three Hills, the main polling station will be located at the Three Hills Community Centre and will operate between the hours of 8 am and 8 pm.
In Linden, the voting station will be located at the Village of Linden office operating from 10 am to 8 pm.
In Acme, the voting station will be located at the Acme Community Centre, operating from 10 am to 8 pm.
In Trochu, the voting station will be located at the Trochu Curling Rink operating from 10 am to 8 pm.
As reported earlier, Kneehill County Council and Carbon Council were acclaimed.
That's Life.