Kneehill Regional FCSS is coordinating a Volunteer Forum on November 4th, at Bethel Evangelical Missionary Church in Three Hills, from 5:30-8:00pm.
Karen Lynch, Executive Director of Volunteer Alberta, will be the guest speaker for this event. Karen has over 30 years of diverse experience working with businesses, all levels of government, charitable organizations, politicians, and not- for-profit groups in Edmonton.
Volunteers are a vital aspect of the community. Participants will learn all abou

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The holiday season is just around the corner. This time of year means different things to different people. Most recognize the Christmas season as a time for family, sharing, and gift giving. For those in the world who are less fortunate, and aren't familiar with the joy of the Christmas season, Samaritan's Purse created Operation Christmas Child. It is now the worlds largest Christmas project.
Gift filled shoe boxes are sent to children in more than 100 countries, transcending all barriers- lan

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The libraries of Kneehill County are looking a little brighter these days with the help of our local young artists. Initiated by the Arts Alive Board the displays, which have been featured in Three Hills, Trochu and Carbon are just a small sampling of blossoming young artists.
I would like to express what a great honour it is to be asked to submit some of our daughter Jessica's art pieces for this project. Ironically, it is in this month dedicated to the awareness of Down Syndrome and I'm gratef

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Trochu supports UFA Small Town Heroes

 

Congratulations to the community of Trochu for supporting another worthy cause, the UFA Small Town Heroes contest.
Troy Niemi, everybody's best friend at countless community events, received 9184 online votes, good for eighth place for the province of Alberta.
Judges took votes as well as the profiles of nominees into account in awarding prizes. Dr. Lewke-Bugle of Milk River (119,617 votes) and Doris McFarlane (3001 votes) of Beaverlodge won Paul Brandt concerts and $2500 each for their towns

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