That's Life November 3, 2010

I'm happy to report that Halloween was celebrated just the way it was meant to be. Lots of fun, treats, great costumes and no reported trouble. You can't beat that.
Three Hills RCMP increased their presence and I applaud them for their proactive efforts.
Members of the Royal Canadian Legion have kicked off their annual Poppy Campaign. Be sure to wear a Poppy with pride. Remembrance Services are listed on the front page of this week's issue. Please take the time to attend a service in your area. If you are unable to attend, please offer two minutes of silence on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. That's not too much to ask in respect of those who have fallen in war and military operations and to those who have faithfully served our great nation.
Be proud of your family members who provided us with the freedoms that we all enjoy today. Never take those freedoms for granted.
If you haven't had a chance to see the latest Three Hills Mural on the west wall of the former Home Hardware building, stop and have a look. It's a tribute to our Veterans and what I feel is one of Brian Parlane's finest works.
Don't forget, this is fall supper season. The annual Knox Church Turkey Supper goes at the Three Hills Community Centre this Friday from 5-7 pm. Swalwell is serving up their Turkey Dinner Sunday, November 7 from noon to 4 pm. If you like a hearty stew, head for the Trochu Community Centre Saturday, November 6 from noon to 2 pm. Trochu's largest Bake Sale opens at 1 pm at that location.
November and December will be packed with Christmas season activities. Keep your eyes on The Capital and for all the details.
That's Life.