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Annual Langdon Days weekend celebrations returning July 22

Annual Langdon Days weekend celebrations returning July 22

It’s mid-July, which means the Langdon Community Association is getting set to celebrate the hamlet with a weekend full of Langdon Days events, which will be hosted this year from July 22 until 24.
Chestermere dojo sends karate kids to world championships

Chestermere dojo sends karate kids to world championships

The students will begin preparing for the international competition in mid-July, working towards improving their technique and polishing their skill set before heading off to Ireland in the fall.
Langdon hockey player suiting up at Brick Invitational

Langdon hockey player suiting up at Brick Invitational

Nash Klimpke will be at West Edmonton Mall this week, but it won't be to check out the shops or hit the water slides at World Waterpark.
Construction breaks ground on new Langdon high school

Construction breaks ground on new Langdon high school

Construction for the Grade 7-12 school is estimated to last 20 months, and the building is set to open for the 2023-24 school year. 
Langdon to undertake park revitalization project

Langdon to undertake park revitalization project

“That’s what I’m most looking forward to – just seeing people using the park and being back in the park instead of it just being an empty field right now.”
New emergency services building in Langdon officially opens

New emergency services building in Langdon officially opens

Langdon just opened its new emergency services building on June 4, providing storage for apparatus and fleet/equipment, training space, and a satellite office for the area councillor, County administration, and RCMP officers. 
Langdon Entrepreneur wins MRU award for business start-up

Langdon Entrepreneur wins MRU award for business start-up

After a successful year in launching athletic brand, Husky Jocks, Launa Austin hopes to increase visibility of her brand and develop more products.
Oku Damashi martial artists crack provincial team roster

Oku Damashi martial artists crack provincial team roster

Thankachen said the competition/tryout in Edmonton marked the first time since before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic that Oku Damashi’s members had competed in a karate competition, and she said the kids were excited to test themselves against other athletes.
Rocky View County approves funding for Langdon Library and Youth Centre

Rocky View County approves funding for Langdon Library and Youth Centre

The Langdon Library and Youth Centre still requires additional funding to make the building a reality, the public can donate via a GoFundMe page that has already brought in nearly $22,000.
Langdon chamber of commerce excited to host first in-person business awards

Langdon chamber of commerce excited to host first in-person business awards

“There are so many great businesses here, and sometimes, you kind of get lost in it and don’t realize what’s around you. It’s a chance to highlight what we do have and be proud of it.”
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