What will it be today - rain, clouds, sunshine, wind or a combination of sorts? It’s just not ours to suggest. We have to take what we get, don’t we?

On June 11, a memorial service was held for Vicki Conroy at the home of her sister, Karin and Ed Nakaska. There for the occasion was her daughter Kimberley and Michael Kennedy and children Makayla, Liam, Patrick and Katie, from Burnaby, BC. Her brother Leonard Linde from Casper, Wyoming was also present.

On Father’s Day, Ed and Ka

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What a busy month June is. Cruise Weekend is over and was very well-attended. Then there was Seniors Week, with many things to do. Students are studying for final exams and all the summer sports are underway.

Also in June are the Thursday night whist games. You won’t believe this, but they are back in court again. On June 2, those who won their cases were Pearl Hansen and Ken Weisenburger. Those who had to serve time were Sandra Meding and Allen Huxley. On June 9, those who gained their freedom

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Congratulations to all of the Three Hills School grads! We wish you the best in all of your future endeavours.

Recent visitors at the home of Ruth Andrews were Clint and Laurie King of Smith Falls, Ontario. Laurie is Ruth’s  niece.

Sympathy of the community goes out to the family of Elma Wilson, who passed away recently in Calgary.

Grace Reed was delighted to get a phone call from her grade nine teacher, Oriole MacDonald. She hadn’t been in contact with her for at least 70 years. They talked and

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Mother’s Day has passed and I hope all of you moms had a happy one. I think every day should be Mother’s Day, don’t you?

Tom and Karen Ferguson spent a few days recently at Blood Indian. They relaxed and also enjoyed boating and of course, fishing.

Ed and Karin Nakaska were in Edmonton recently to attend the first communion of Moira Hopkins, daughter of Larry and Maurene Hopkins. They then spent Mother’s Day with Lonnie and Cheryl Fraser of Lousana.

Meryle Kester and daughter Donna, along with R

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