June 17th, 2015 ~ Vol. 85 No. 24
- Grov’ing’ to Music
- Lions International
  Hall of Fame
- Horses, a wagon, a
  dream, a journey
- Pastor's Pen
- Ladies Night Out
- Wildlife spotted in the
- Darcy’s Nature Walk
  another success
- RCMP Stats
- Classifieds
- Puzzle Page
- Fundraising for a cause
- Butterfly Release
- Donating to KRA
- Knitting in Public
- Community Calendar
- Question of the Week
- Letters to the Editor
- Bricks & Boquets
- Biking across Canada
  for poverty
- Teaching Beauty
- Career Connections Day
Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Grov’ing’ to Music
Eli Groves plays his violin to the delight of the crowd at Groves Music’s 2nd annual Rock and Roll Fundraiser on Sunday, June 14 at the Elks Hall in Blairmore. Music lovers crowded the building for a day of fantastic musical solos, duets and a group recital. The concert showcased the budding musical talents of the Grove Music prodigies, while fundraising for scholarships for students going to music camp. The money will be split between all students attending various camps.
Crowsnest Pass Weather
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Lions International Hall of Fame
When you talk about Cliff Reiling, you think of Economic Development, RCMP, Lions and countless burger flipping at several venues throughout the Crowsnest Pass.
As a 40 year member of Lions International, Reiling was recently inducted into the [...]
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Horses, a wagon, a dream, a journey
Pierre Cloutier doesn’t worry about the price of gas but the price of oats is another matter.
Cloutier and his four Belgian horses, Jenny, Betty, Buddy and Kelly along with [...]
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Darcy’s Nature Walk another success
The eighth annual Darcy’s Nature Walk that took place on Saturday, June 13th was a success, with nearly 300 participants showing up for the walk at Fireman’s Park in Bellevue.
The 5 km nature walk was open to anyone of any age, and there was no [...]
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Fundraising for a cause
Courtney Cann, who lives in the Crowsnest Pass and works as an educator in Pincher Creek, started growing out her hair three years ago so she could donate it to make a wigs for cancer sufferers.
The kind act had been on her bucket list.
But after learning about [...]
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Biking across Canada for poverty
Sarah French and Mary Fehr aren't your typical 20-somethings and their upcoming adventure is no different. Both were recently part of MEDA's – Mennonite Economic Development Associates – intern program: Sarah worked on an agriculture project in Nicaragua, Mary on a health project in Tanzania.
Both women were biking through [...]
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Previous Issues
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Stewardship Day a massive success
The old saying “a good deed goes a long way” was put into practice at the 21st annual Ed Gregor Clean Up, as nearly 150 volunteers came together on Saturday to do some good for the community.
People gathered from [...]
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Boys and Girls Club summer ready
With an active board in place and a new program director appointed, the Boys and Girls Club of Crowsnest Pass is moving onwards and upwards in the Crowsnest Pass.
“It is with great excitement and pride that we are able to [...]
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Meeting held to find replacement for Rum Runner Days
A special meeting was held on Thursday, June 4th to gauge the interest of people in the Crowsnest Pass regarding a Marquee Summer Event for 2016.
The meeting was held at the Elk Hall with about 40 people in attendance, members of council and Lyle Hannan, Director of Community Services.
The meeting began with [...]
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Get into the Pass Pool and cool off this summer heat
The Crowsnest Pass community pool is in full swing and full splash this summer, and the pool is a great way to keep in shape, stay cool, and have a lot of fun in the hot days of July and August.
The pool offers [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
Il Bosc- Stories from East Bushtown
A lot of people seem to be surprised when they hear that there was a Bellevue area Bushtown that was also referred to as “Il Bosc”. The term is Italian and in general can mean “the forest or woodland”. One glance at the area where this Bushtown used to be explains the term.
As you drive east on the highway past [...]
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Local racer wants to organize fast and furious event in the community
The Pass’ very own speed racer has a father-in-law for a pit crew, a Subaru in lieu of the Mach 5, a paramedic/firefighter for a co-driver.
He also has ambitious plans to bring [...]
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Teck announces mine shutdowns
Teck Resources Inc. announced today it would be implementing temporary shutdowns at its six Canadian steelmaking coal mines in response to weak commodity prices and a market glut.
Each of Teck’s steelmaking coal operations will be temporarily shut down for [...]
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Walk through nature for mental wellness
The annual Darcy’s Nature Walk for Mental Wellness is scheduled for June 13.
The locally organized event is designed to increase awareness of [...]
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Update on AltaLink and it’s Crowsnest Pass effect
After deciding not to build the $500 million Castle Rock Ridge to Chapel Rock (CRRCR) power line through Bellevue, the transmission company held [...]
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Visitors centre holds meet and greet for summer
On May 28, the Visitors’ Information Centre west of Coleman held its annual meet and greet.
Last year, the readers of RV West Magazine voted the Visitors’ Information Centre (VIC) west of Coleman [...]
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