Community

Cilantro and Chive supports Lacombe FCSS Fill-A-Fridge

221 households receive $50,400 in grocery certificates through FCSS program last year

Lacombe youth and LDS Scouts support Lacombe Community Food Bank

More than 450 kg of food collected for the Lacombe Community Food Bank in 2 hours

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CP Holiday Train supports Lacombe Food Bank
Santa Claus Parada kicks off Light Up the Night

PHOTOS: Lacombe Upper Elementary focuses on health at annual fair for students

Focus was on health, of the mind, body and spirit for the 18th annual Healthy Living Fair

CP Holiday Train rolls into Lacombe in support of local food bank

Cp Holiday Train arrives in Lacombe at 6:50 p.m. on December 6, 2019

Adopt-A-Grandparent helps 70 Lacombe residents

Grandparents were given wish lists to help them through the holidays

VIDEO: Santa Claus Parade lights up Lacombe

Light Up the Night begins with holiday tradition

Rotary Clubs of Lacombe host 64th Rotary Christmas Carol Festival

Rotary Club also supports FCSS Fill-a-Fridge Christmas program

Ice block arts supports Lacombe Arts Endowment Fund

Art currently on display at LMC; will be frozen and dispersed throughout city on Jan. 25

Friends of Guatemala welcome multi-Juno winner to Lacombe

Valdy to play St. Andrew’s United Church on Nov. 23

PHOTOS: Lacombe’s Mary C. Moore Public library welcomes local author

Laurel Deedrick-Mayne read passages from her aunt’s famous Canadian book

VIDEO: Lacombe honours those who fought for freedom

Remembrance Day ceremony welcomes 100s to LMC

QUIZ: Do you know the way to Sesame Street?

The iconic children’s television show first aired 50 years ago

Not looking forward to raking? Here’s why to leave the leaves

Nature Conservancy of Canada has good news for those who hate yard work

Village of Clive councillor supports Lacombe FCSS Fill-A-Fridge program

Counc. Jeremy Whelan raised $2,200 biking from Clive to Medicine Hat

Former RCAF member and Lacombe Legion member continues to serve Canada

62-year Legion member Neil Kennedy was in Germany from 1955 until 1959

Lacombe’s Mary C. Moore Public library honours First World War veteran

Veterans grandson has collected several artifacts in honour of relatives legacy