Three Hills raises over $8,500 for Wild Pink Yonder
Three Hills Wild Pink Yonder planners presented event co-ordinators Jane and Rusty Hurl (wearing cowboy hats) with a cheque for $8,528.82. Three Hills was second, only, to Trochu in fundraising efforts. According to Jane and Rusty, Three Hills looked amazing in pink, but Trochu's amazing fundraising of over $27,000 gave them the bragging rights. Pictured, left to right, are planners Sweis Ubels, Jessica Stanton, Norm Campion - Manager of Recreation and Community Services for the Town of Three H

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Death by Chocolate a smashing success
During three warm mid-October evenings, some 150 people experienced a local night out on the town with engaging, hilarious community theatre, amazing desserts, and great service. As part of the Three Hills Arts Academy's fundraiser Death By Chocolate, over 20 local actors, stage crew and other volunteers crafted an excellent performance of Joseph Kesselring's comedy Arsenic and Old Lace.
Directed by Andi Miller, this tale of the maniacally quirky Brewster family served up a three-act meal of

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A group of Junior High students from Prairie Christian Academy and the Three Hills School, who gather on Wednesday nights at Mount Olive Church for Youth Group, did a fun night called "Rake and Run" - which gets them into groups to rake lawns, running from house to house. It's a great way to serve and love the community, because lets face it, who likes to rake their lawn?

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Hidden Treasures revealed
Some of the winners of the Arts Alive in Kneehill Treasure Hunt are pictured above. (L-R) Doreen Boles, Diane McGovern, of Linden, Paula Spurr, Jessie Howe, and Shirley Adam; Chairman of Arts Alive in Kneehill. Other winners missing from the picture are: Candice Cullum, Hazel Arvidson, Verna Evans, Kay Maynes, Hinka Ferguson, Agnes Cunningham and Jane Dau, of Drumheller, who was the Grand Prize winner of the Treasure Chest. Prizes were purchased from the following Artists; Arnold Stauffer -Trea

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