I have read countless books and articles on fitness, its benefits and all the techniques. There are so many books on the market about getting fit and losing weight that we get dizzy with the sheer volume of information. I am not here to recreate all that information and I am not professional, but I just want to share what works for me.
A few years back when I lost a close friend to a brain tumour, I started running.  Up to that point in my life I couldn't stand running and really couldn't under

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Bard's Backyard to feature

 

Calgary has "Shakespeare in the Park" and Vancouver has "Bard on the Beach", but Three Hills can boast "Bard's Backyard", an annual summer Shakespearean comedy that takes place in the Arts Academy's backyard. The Bard is a title bestowed on William Shakespeare as one of the greatest poets and dramatists of the Western world. This year Bard's Backyard features "Twelfth Night" set in the 1930's and is a comedy of mistaken identity, love triangles, and witty jabs at the powerful. Pretty much sta

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With the help of surrounding area gardeners and continued ideal growing conditions, the 56th annual Acme Flower and Vegetable Show, to be held Wednesday, August 18 should provide superb displays for all to enjoy. Classes are available for pre-school, junior (6-9 years), intermediate (10-12), youth (13-17) and adults. If folk contribute as you are able - even one or two entries totalled with others can help to make a successful show.
Entry lists are available at Beiseker Home Hardware and Pharmac

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Bike Enthusiasts enjoy the open road
No dues. No meetings. No minutes.
"It's certainly not a club," says Three Hills' Glenn Loewen, "it's not a gang, and we have no leader."
It's just a group of area motorcycle enthusiasts who look forward to Wednesday evenings because they meet at the Catholic Church parking lot at 6 pm and hit the open road together.
The group is so informal and loose knit that no one takes attendance; you come if you want, and there are no logbooks or recorded history. The weekly "open to anyone with a bike" ri

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