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Cool Crafts Girls Club news Submitted By Sarah Parker The Cool Crafts Girls Club is a local club, under the umbrella organization of Women's Institute, which promotes personal development, the family and the community.

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Kneehill Valley 4-H Beef Club update Submitted By Nicole Kish In February we donated bags of food items to the Innisfail Food Bank and we donated $250 to the Kneehill Valley Hall.

Dog park going forward

Planning is underway for the development this year of Innisfail’s first off-leash dog park.
Year-round schooling discontinued in Innisfail

Year-round schooling discontinued in Innisfail

Year-round students at Chinook Centre School and Innisfail Middle School (IMS) will be starting a traditional calendar school year in September after Chinook’s Edge School Division (CESD) board members voted to discontinue the year-round calendar in

NEIGHBOURHOOD NEWS

Kneehill Valley 4-H Beef Club update Submitted By Nicole Kish In February we donated bags of food items to the Innisfail Food Bank and we donated $250 to the Kneehill Valley Hall.

Town hands over Hazelwood lots

Town council has made the decision to pass over the sale of the single family Hazelwood Estate lots to local realtors after selling only one lot last year.

Hundreds of pies made during fundraiser

Just fewer than 1,700 pies passed through the doors of the Innisfail United Church and into the freezers of community members after the completion of a semi-annual pie making fundraiser in recent weeks.

Quake concerns locals

There were some tense moments last Friday as Central Albertans waited to connect with friends and family in earthquake ravaged Japan and other tsunami threatened countries.

PENHOLD BRIEFS

Penhold town council held its regular meeting on Monday, Feb. 28 in the council chambers at the Penhold Multiplex.

New Innisfail neighbourhood in preliminary stages

It could take up to 15 years from inception for Innisfail’s newest proposed neighbourhood to be able to accommodate the 1,658 people plans suggest could populate the subdivision.