Livingstone School thespians
Monday, May 30, 2016
Your unwanted computers, TVs and old paint aren’t doing any good hanging around, but they will if you recycle them.
Bring your old computers, TVs, and paint to:
Ranchland Mall Parking Lot
Ranchland Mall Parking Lot
Saturday, June 18th, 2016
9am to 3pm
Total calls for service - 54
Uttering Threats - 1
Mischief (vandalism) - 1
Theft under $5000 - 1
Impaired Driving - 2
Drugs - 2
Disturbing the Peace - 2
Driving complaints (general) - 10
MV Collisions - 7
Liquor offences - 4
Assistance to General Public (general) - 2
Assistance to other agencies - 3
False Alarms - 1
911 calls (invalid) - 4
Prisoners held – 4
Nelz Vance (file photo)
ROCKY MOUNTAIN SWINE and CHINOOK MULTI 4-H CLUBS
invite you to our
MARKET HOG and LAMB SHOW AND SALE
MONDAY JUNE 6, 2016
Wanted: Part time receptionist required two to three days per week at Creekside Chiropractic and Massage Therapy Clinic.
Sunday, May 29, 2016
Nerf warriors: Chinook 4-H Multi-Club
Kelly Nelson photo
Pincher Creek SASG Coordinator Kiera Greenly
Justice Murray Sinclair, speaking about the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada, points to beginnings that reach back seven generations. That’s when it became the policy of our Government to “tell Aboriginal children their lives were not as good as the non-Aboriginals of the country. Their languages and cultures were irrelevant … their people and their ancestors were heathens and pagans … uncivilized … they needed to give up that way of life and come to a different way of living.”
Cultural genocide such as this leaves a terrible swath of destruction and degradation. The suffering is almost unbearable.
Saturday, May 28, 2016
- Chuckwagon Supper to return to Heritage Acres in 2017
- Tool donations needed after winter B&E
Gaytha Heighes for Ken Lewis, President - Most of the residents of the area remember that the famed and exciting Chuckwagon Supper was hosted by Heritage Acres for 13 years. It was a very special attraction for Heritage Acres, lots of fun, even in the rain, and it was a good fund-raiser too. Two years ago it went to the Agricultural Society, to our disappointment.
|MC Bob Westrop|
Council for the Town of Pincher Creek made a number of decisions during the the regular meeting on Tuesday, May 24 about various upcoming parade invitations, and proclamations. Council accepted two parade invitations. The first was for Granum Canada Day Parade on Friday July 1, which Councillor Lorne Jackson volunteered to attend. The second was for the Bellcrest Days Parade on Saturday, June 18 which Councillor Wayne Elliott will attend.
Councillor Wayne Elliott informed council Prostate Cancer Day is Friday, June 17. 'Wear Plaid for Dad' is the theme and Elliott suggested councillors mark the day by wearing plaid to show their support.
Council recognized June is Recreation and Parks Month. One of the programs Pincher Creek will be promoting is the Active Living Challenge where teams from businesses groups, or banded individuals will take up the challenge to live healthier lifestyles and chart their progress. Council discussed forming their own team to show their dedication to the endeavour.
Friday, May 27, 2016
The Right Honourable Beverley McLachlin, P.C., Chief Justice of Canada
Roy Grogan photo, Supreme Court of Canada Collection
Thursday, May 26, 2016
Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Lebel Mansion Rose Garden
Justine Jorgensen 2014 file photo
Dismantled Cowley Ridge windmill donated to Dawson Creek Wind Turbine Maintenance Technician program
Standing: Chelby Glen, Ethan Paridaen, Morgan Nobles, Brandon Hilbert, Ryan Grove, Jayden Hucik, Kori Sandeman. Sitting: Chris Cail, Mary Blomgren, Josee Wiebe, Ross Cook. Not pictured: Eric Cadonic.
(Photo by Shannon Bos)
GROUP GROUP YOUTH SOCIETY
35 hours per week
Start June 7
Have applications in by May 31
Summer Program Coordinator