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What we are working on 18 Wheels of Christmas Updated: Sat Nov. 14 2009 15:49:02 ctvcalgary.ca The "18 Wheels of Christmas" set up its 53 foot (around 16 metres) Christmas trailer at Douglas Square Mall Saturday for its annual collection. The transportation industry began the 18 Wheels of Christmas in 2002. The donations are for the Inter-Faith Food Bank of Calgary. The Food Bank says it's busier than ever with people looking for help. As of September, usage is up 40 per cent over September of 2008, and more than 74 per cent from September of 2007. Spokesperson Nollind Van Bryce says the Food Bank is seeing more two income families needing help and it has extended the number of emergency food hampers for people from six to eight. Last year, the 18 Wheels of Christmas raised $102-thousand in food and cash donations.
Food being loaded into the back of an 18 wheeler.
Weather Forcast Issued : 4.00 PM MST Saturday 14 November 2009 Tonight Clear. Wind south 20 km/h becoming west 20 after midnight. Low minus 5. Sunday Increasing cloudiness in the morning. Wind west 20 km/h becoming south 20 late in the morning. High 7. Sunday night Clearing in the evening. Wind south 20 km/h. Low plus 1. Monday Sunny. High 12. Tuesday Sunny. Low plus 5. High 13. Wednesday A mix of sun and cloud. Low plus 3. High 12 . Thursday Sunny. Low minus 3. High 6.
mix of sun and cloud. Low zero. High 8.
Sports Dynos looking for Hawaii tournament sponsorship Friday, 13 November 2009 00:00 Pat Kolafa | © DrumhellerMail.com The DCHS senior girls basketball team is getting set for a one of a kind season that includes hitting the hardwood in Kailua-Kona Hawaii. The Dynos have been invited to the 11th annual Spalding World Youth Basketball 2009 Tournament. This is a prestigious international tournament and an experience of a lifetime for the team. Read more... Greentree recognizes sportsmanship Thursday, 12 November 2009 00:00 Pat Kolafa | © DrumhellerMail.com Morgan Hawkins, left, and Tyler Petrie were the October recipients for the Greentree School Intramural Sportsmanship Award. They were presented at a recent assembly at the school. mailphoto by Patrick Kolafa Titans celebrate season at year end banquet Wednesday, 11 November 2009 00:00 Pat Kolafa | © DrumhellerMail.com The Titans are celebrating the end of another strong season with their annual Banquet and Awards Night this Sunday, November 15. The Titans have a lot to celebrate this season after heading all the way to he league finals. The Titans season came to an end Saturday, October 31 in Calgary facing a strong Rundle College squad. Read more... The Minor Report Wednesday, 11 November 2009 00:00 DrumhellerMail Last weekend was the second weekend of the tiering rounds which will continue until November 15, 2009, followed by a short break and then the launch of the regular seasons beginning on November 27. This weekend the Sports Room Midget Raptors played two games, one 5-0 loss against Prairie High and a 7-4 loss to Brooks. Read more... Dynos win silver at Delia tourney Sunday, 08 November 2009 00:00 © DrumhellerMail.com The DCHS Dynos Junior A girls volleyball team shined at tournament play over the weekend of October 24 in Delia. In a six team tournament, which included Delia, St. Anthony’s, Morrin, Oyen and Consort, the Dynos volleyed their way to the final versus Oyen and came home with a silver medal. Members of the team include coach Greg
Janzen, Kendra Schmidt, Jaleesa Wescott, Cersten Peters, Chaylea Wurz, Madison Janzen, Alex Qually, Kaitlyn Thompson, McKenna Hawkins, and Allyson Campbell. Missing is Megan Audy. photo submitted DCHS girls Basketball team will be flying to Kona, Hawaii for an international youth basketball tournament from December 26, 2009 to January 1, 2010. DCHS girls are representing the Drumheller community it is not a school trip. Last updated ( Thursday, 05 November 2009 16:16 ) Read more... Carbon junior boys volleyball team showing heart Friday, 06 November 2009 00:00 © DrumhellerMail.com The Carbon junior boys Raiders are tearing up the court having a great season. Playoffs begin on November 10. Above, the Raiders control the action, while left, they huddle to work on strategy. photos submitted The Carbon Raiders Junior Boys volleyball team has done very well so far this year, with a lot of determination and hard team work. This group of boys have won 4 games out of the 6 games played so far. They attended a tournament in Three Hills on Saturday October 10 in which they took home the gold Read more... Aquadinnies first meet of season successful Friday, 06 November 2009 00:00 © DrumhellerMail.com Nine members of the Drumheller Aquadinnies attended their first meet of the season in Lethbridge October 24 and 25. “The club went through some restructuring this year,” said head coach, Brenda Davies. Read more...
Who Are You ?
Who Are You? Charmaine McLaughlin Friday, 13 November 2009 13:16 © DrumhellerMail.com Age: 41 Employer: The Brick Job title: Sales Current goal: To be healthy at 42 Hobbies and interests: Reading and more reading How long have you been in Drumheller? I have lived in Drumheller for a few years now. Where are you from originally? I am from Calgary originally What do you like about your job? I like to meet new people. Are you involved in the community? I am involved with kids at the Drumheller Alliance church. If stranded on an island, what tool would you want most? I would bring my iPod. What’s on your iPod? All sorts! Everything from pop, techno, old disco and folk to jazz Favourite Movie? I like all kinds of movies but my favourites are documentaries. What are you reading right now? Spiritual Warfare in a Believers Life by Charles Spurgeon. Who’d you like to have dinner with, dead or alive? Matt Good. Words that you live by? Carpe Diem “Seize the day” If you had a time machine, where would you go? I would go 1000 years in the future where I would hopefully see peace on Earth.
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Site work on Badlands facility could start this fall Sunday, 08 November 2009 00:00 Pat Kolafa | ÂŠ DrumhellerMail.com
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It is very likely residents will see ground work beginning this fall on the future site of the Badlands Community Facility. This week the Town of Drumheller sent out a request for tenders for a site project to build up the base of where the facility will soon be erected. “Tenders have been called for the placement of pit run gravel to be placed on the site of the facility, which is John Anderson Park,” said Drumheller CAO Ray Romanetz. On Monday morning a group of perspective contractors toured the site. Romanetz explains the goal of the project will be to raise the site approximately 1.5 metres, about the same height as the existing dyke north of the park, to the 100 year flood level. Romanetz says he expects it will be a quick turnover. “We have a really short tender close, and it is to close this coming Thursday, (November 5). We are hoping if we get suitable pricing in, we’ll be able to award it by Monday,” said Romantez. “The idea is we get the pit run in place this fall so that when we tender this project-probably in mid-February--the soil will be in place and it won’t delay the construction project.” The funds for the site work and pit run will be taken from the already approved budget for the Badlands Community Facility. NoradTrack’s Santa Clause The NORAD Tracks Santa Web site is the newest version of a public relations program by NORAD, the North American Aerospace Defense Command, involving the countries of Canada and the United States. Every year for over fifty years on Christmas Eve, NORAD has put out stories of how their powerful tracking systems, such as the Distant Early Warning Line (DEW Line), had detected Santa Claus leaving the North Pole to deliver his presents to children in North America, and in more recent years, around the world. Go to On December 1 ,2009 at : www.noradsanta.org to play games , read all about Santa Clause .
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If your son or daughter will be leaving school before report cards are distributed, please send a self addressed stamped ($1.10) letter-sized (8 ½” X 11”) envelope to the office prior to leaving. 2009-20010 SCHOOL YEAR EARLY START REMINDER
The 2009-2010 school year begins early with the first day of classes scheduled for Thursday, August 27th, 2009. This will be a full day of school. The early start is due to the World Skills Competition that will be hosted in Calgary in early September. Arrangements are being made to have all of our Grade 9 students visit the Stampede grounds to tour and take in the events. 2009 WORLDSKILLS COMPETITION VOLUNTEERS & TRANSPORTATION The world comes to Calgary from September 1st to 7th when it hosts the 2009 WorldSkills Competition. The Calgary Catholic School District strongly supports the WorldSkills event and encourages parents to support the event by volunteering. Over 1,000 competitors from 51 countries will be attending this event and given the magnitude of this event, numerous parent volunteers will be needed at schools to help out in a variety of roles. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact your school. Transportation for students to and from the 2009 WorldSkills Competition during school days will be provided. Please be advised that buses may experience delays that will affect the regular busing schedule due to increased traffic volume in and around the event.
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