Tag: Turner Valley

  • Riparian Restorations Coming to Turner Valley August 2015

    Riparian Restorations Coming to Turner Valley August 2015

    Our next round of restos will take place in Turner Valley between August 15th and 31st. We will return to the same site for three days (August 21st, 22nd and 29th) and have a brief classroom component in the morning. by the end if the day we will have tried at least two restoration methods,…

  • What Foothills Residents Need to Know to Vote in the Alberta Election

    What Foothills Residents Need to Know to Vote in the Alberta Election

      You are eligible to vote in the Provincial General Election if you live within the electoral division and you: are 18 years of age or older on Voting Day, are a Canadian citizen, and have been ordinarily resident in Alberta for the six months immediately preceding Voting Day. Livingstone-Macleod Riding Livingstone-Macleod Candidates: Alida Hess…

  • Teams and Volunteers Needed in High River for Capital One Race for Kids

    Teams and Volunteers Needed in High River for Capital One Race for Kids

    Grown Ups Play, Kids Win High River – On Saturday, June 6th the Capital One Race for Kids is coming to High River. The National Fundraising event is a fun 5 km urban adventure race where teams of 4 adults complete 10 checkpoint challenges that will remind them of their childhood. All proceeds of the…

  • FSD: Announcing New Director of Inclusive Learning

    FSD: Announcing New Director of Inclusive Learning

    HIGH RIVER, AB — Foothills School Division is pleased to announce Loriann Salmon as its new Director of Inclusive Learning, effective April 27, 2015. Loriann will assume the role from Pam Rannelli, the division’s new Assistant Superintendent of Learning Services (since February 26, 2015). Currently serving as Vice Principal at Dr. Morris Gibson School in Okotoks, Loriann…

  • Help Colour Black Diamond

    Help Colour Black Diamond

    Black Diamond’s Economic Development Manager David Petrovich and Rod Ross, Planning & Development Officer, will be holding a workshop on April 21 at 7pm in the Black Diamond Council chambers where they will explore the possibilities of getting a fresh coat of paint on some of our downtown buildings. Its intended to be a fun,…

  • MSI Investments Support Economic Growth

    MSI Investments Support Economic Growth

    Through Budget 2015, government will continue to invest in municipal infrastructure projects that promote employment and support economic development. “We want to ensure municipalities have the financial resources they need to support local priorities and build strong, safe and resilient communities. As in other areas of our budget, we have made strategic investments in infrastructure…

  • Diamond Valley Volunteer Appreciation Celebration

    Diamond Valley Volunteer Appreciation Celebration

      Bring your favourite volunteer to the Turner Valley Golf Club on Thursday, April 16, 2015 starting at 5pm. Food, refreshments and gifts will be provided free of charge at this open house as we take time to recognize and show appreciation to the many volunteers who contribute their valuable time and energy to the…

  • High Country Rockies “Faceoff in the Foothills”

    High Country Rockies “Faceoff in the Foothills”

      By Jodie Sieben The High Country Rockies Minor hockey association together with numerous parent volunteers and support from local businesses in the area pulled off an amazing hockey tournament this year! The annual “Faceoff in the Foothills” Atom level tournament was a great success; as it has been for many years now. The tournament…

  • Rowan Residents Treated to ‘Day at the Spa’

    Rowan Residents Treated to ‘Day at the Spa’

      When women arrive at Rowan House, they often have very little more than the clothes on their backs. While we do provide them with basic clothes, pajamas and toiletries to get them through their stay, it’s not the same as having your own closet, make-up and hair accessories. As noted by the Look Good…

  • Healthy Development April Conversation Meeting

    Healthy Development April Conversation Meeting

    Next week’s regularly scheduled (first Tuesday of the month) “Healthy Development” meeting will be at the usual time of 7:00pm, but the meeting will be held at the Turner Valley Golf Club.    *********  Tuesday, April 7, 2015, 7:00pm at the Turner Valley Golf Club    **********   The reason behind the shift in venue…

  • Ginni’s Kitchen is Opening a Cooking School in Black Diamond

    Ginni’s Kitchen is Opening a Cooking School in Black Diamond

      Ginni is opening the first Cooking School in Black Diamond after successfully running cooking classes there since opening Ginni’s Kitchen in October 2014. The Ginni’s Cooking School will be offering a wide variety of cooking classes for kids and adults, from ages 3 and up including fun Cooking Birthday parties, Corporate events and specialized…

  • Run for Rowan

    Run for Rowan

    Rowan House is pleased to once again part-ner with the Millarville Half Marathon Run to the Farmer’s Market! Mark your calendar for Saturday, June 13th. This fun, point-to-point race starts at the Oilfields Arena in Black Diamond, passes through beautiful west country and ends at the Millarville Race Track where you can shop the vendors…

  • Diamond Valley Easter Church Services

    Diamond Valley Easter Church Services

      Gospel Church – Black Diamond 212 Center Avenue West Good Friday – April 3rd – 7pm Easter Sunday – April 5th – 10:30am Lewis Memorial United Church – Turner Valley 125 Royal Ave Good Friday – April 3, 2015 – 7:00 pm Easter Sunday – April 5, 2015 – 7:00 am at the Big…

  • Millarville School News: Little Bandits Basketball 2015

    Millarville School News: Little Bandits Basketball 2015

    After much success in 2014 we are excited to announce that we will be running our Little Bandits Basketball program for its 2nd year beginning April 14th. This year we will be running a 4 week program in Black Diamond for youth Grades 1 through 6. Our goal is to develop important motor skills through…

  • Lions Den: Serving our Foothills Community

    Lions Den: Serving our Foothills Community

      Submitted by Lion Carol Gibson Members of the Foothills Lions Club believe in their motto “We Serve”. In the year 2014, members contributed over a 30% increase in volunteer hours over 2013 volunteer hours. Foothills Lions Club members volunteered 11,025.25 hours in 2014 in their communities. Organizations and events that needed volunteers were diverse.…