Community

WCPS students complete two-week exchange in China

Students connected with many different Chinese students while visiting several schools each day

Lacombe Legion breaks ground on new $33,000 campground playground

Lacombe County contributes $15,000 towards revitalization project

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

MEGlobal Canada announces Community Contributions Program for Lacombe, Red Deer

Deadline is May 31, 2019 to apply for charitable grants up to $5,000

Ellis Bird Farm celebrates Arbour Day near Lacombe

Charlie Ellis’ trees are the ‘star attraction’ on May 4th

QUIZ: How much do you know about Easter?

Take this short quiz and put your knowledge to the test

Lacombe and District Chamber of Commerce hosts 38th annual Spring Trade Show

Show runs April 26th, 27th at the Gary Moe Auto Group Sportsplex

PHOTOS: Lacombe’s CAYU celebrates Leaders of Tomorrow

Awards celebrates youth who volunteer in Lacombe and district

PHOTOS: Lacombe Legion holds annual Honours and Awards Night

Several member received service pins from the Lacombe Legion Branch #79

Servus Sets Up $50,000 Endowed Scholarship at Lacombe’s Burman University

Scholarship for academic success, community service, campus involvement and program participation

Lincoln Hall in good shape after over 100 people show up to show support

Membership of the Hall Society grew from 15 to 125 in one night

PHOTOS: 2019 Allan Cup kicks off in Lacombe

Opening Ceremonies welcomed guests from all across Canada

Raise the Rink supports new Blackfalds skating facility

Hayley Wickenheiser lends voice to community project

PHOTO: Rotary supports Lacombe Performing Arts Centre Foundation

LPACF President Grant Harder recently received a $5000 cheque from the Rotary Club of Lacombe

PHOTO: Western Financial are the Lacombe Big Brothers Big Sisters Bamford House Landlord of the Month

There is currently $149,000 left owing until Big Brothers Big Sisters can be mortgage free

L.A. Vintage Machinery Club preserving Lacombe’s farming past

Club looking to renew membership with young base