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Cubs allowed to spend winter at CEI

Cubs allowed to spend winter at CEI

Junior Achievement teaches financial skills to local youth

Junior Achievement teaches financial skills to local youth

Anyone looking to develop leadership skills, improve their public speaking or provide mentorship to local youth can take advantage of opportunities offered by Junior Achievement of Southern Alberta (JASAB).
Buddy Wasisname set for final Airdrie show

Buddy Wasisname set for final Airdrie show

The audience at Bert Church LIVE Theatre will be treated to the sounds of Newfoundland when Buddy Wasisname and the Other Fellers bring their blend of music and comedy to Airdrie one final time Oct. 16.
Airdrie Business Awards to include new category

Airdrie Business Awards to include new category

A new award – the Franchise Business award – will be handed out at the Airdrie Business Awards Gala Oct. 18, according to executive director of the Airdrie Chamber of Commerce (ACC) Marilyne Aalhus.
50+ Club still in need of new space

50+ Club still in need of new space

Airdrie’s 50+ Club continues to contend with a need for additional space, and president Myrtle Brewster hopes the community will rally around the club to see that need met. “We do not have the space to develop our programming,” Brewster said.
Mixing country music and yoga for a good cause

Mixing country music and yoga for a good cause

From downward-facing dog to country riffs and vocals, the Yoga and Country Music Concert fundraiser Oct. 13 will provide guests with an eclectic way to raise money for a good cause.
Crossfield Fire Department volunteer receives service longevity medal

Crossfield Fire Department volunteer receives service longevity medal

A volunteer with the Crossfield Fire Department (CFD) has been recognized with a service longevity award.
First annual Scarecrow Scurry to raise funds for local cause

First annual Scarecrow Scurry to raise funds for local cause

With the hamlet’s Scarecrow Festival in full swing, the Bragg Creek and Area Chamber of Commerce is adding to the popular tradition with the first annual Scarecrow Scurry. The family-fun-run is set to take place Oct.
Defeating depression with Airdrie's Unmask Mental Health

Defeating depression with Airdrie's Unmask Mental Health

Airdrie residents can pull out their Halloween costumes a little earlier this year and take the kids out trick-or-treating at Nose Creek Park Oct.
Airdrie Islamic Centre opens

Airdrie Islamic Centre opens

Airdrie’s Muslim families now have a place of worship all their own, after the Airdrie Islamic Centre (AIC) opened Aug. 16 behind the Safeway at Tower Lane Mall.