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Rimbey Co-op holds fiscal year-end annual general meeting

Rimbey Co-op holds fiscal year-end annual general meeting

A large crowd was on hand last Wednesday evening as the Rimbey Co-op held their annual general meeting at the Seniors Drop-In Centre. After a delicious meal, it was down to business for the Co-op with the call to order, approval of quorum, election of a chairperson and approval of the meeting’s agenda, the Board of Directors, General Manager’s and audited financial statement were all read to the membership.
Rimbey Christian School student recites poem at Poetry and Dessert Café

Rimbey Christian School student recites poem at Poetry and Dessert Café

Telus World of Science tour makes a stop at Rimbey Elementary School

Telus World of Science tour makes a stop at Rimbey Elementary School

There was plenty of ooohs and aaahs last week at the Rimbey Elementary School as they welcomed the Telus World of Science and as an added bonus, the students had the opportunity to get some hands-on learning about science. Featuring topics such as aerodynamics and flight, classroom chemistry, boats and buoyancy and lights and shadows, to name a few, the students were both entertained and taught.
Liberty Hall Dinner Theatre celebrate another successful season

Liberty Hall Dinner Theatre celebrate another successful season

From humble beginnings when the group charged $5 for admission so the community would feel obligated to attend, to this year’s record 30-minute sellout, Liberty Hall continues to experience a phenomenal run.

MP announces new ag-related water projects for Wetaskiwin County

Blaine Calkins, Member of Parliament for Wetaskiwin, announced last week that the government of Canada is investing in new water projects that will ensure local producers have a sustainable and strong water supply for years to come.
Rimbey Lions wish all the best to local resident’s upcoming foreign trip

Rimbey Lions wish all the best to local resident’s upcoming foreign trip

Career RCMP officer hangs up the Red Surge after 34 years

Career RCMP officer hangs up the Red Surge after 34 years

After a 34-year stint with Canada’s national police force, Corporal Ian McLean of the Rimbey Detachment of the RCMP is calling it a career.

Local farmers market becomes subject of study to determine key components of success

The Rimbey Farmers Market is going under the microscope and no; it’s not about some sort of nasty biological bug or crop infestation that’s hit the area.

Rimbey resident honoured at Lakeland Awards Night

Lakeland College students were recognized for accomplishments in the areas of academics, athletics and student leadership during Awards Night 2008 ceremonies held at the Vermilion campus on March 19 and at the Lloydminster campus on March 25.
Former Rimbey resident making a big difference for children in North Korea

Former Rimbey resident making a big difference for children in North Korea

A former member of the Rimbey Christian Reformed Church is making a difference in the lives of thousands of children every day, half a world away.