You may have think Canada Day weekend is jam packed with events but July 21 to 23 will see a crush at the pool, arena and community as three separate events take place. CAO Kim Neill noted to Council at their June 13 meeting that the community has “a very full weekend in July.”“Organizers of the Gun Show, Swim Meet and Yesteryear Jamboree have all chosen the same weekend,” he noted. “There are going to be some parking challenges,” he said.
Delia grads walked the stage on June 30 and received their diplomas, although it was not the stage originally planned. A scheduling conflict meant that the Delia Community Center was not available, and as such the grads moved the event to Munson, to the new facility there. The eight grads didn’t let that slow them down one bit, arriving in style in bright red vehicles.
Alta Gas given go ahead to provide service to Hanna residents. Hanna Town Council gave second and third readings to Bylaw 985-2017 at their June 13 meeting. During the meeting it was noted that Hanna had been in an agreement with AltaGas Utilities Inc. since June 2007 for a 10-year-term. At the May 9 meeting Council gave first reading to the bylaw, and then advertised it in the newspaper.
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