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    • August 22, 2019

      City of Chestermere Introduces itself to the community as the new utility provider * Future edible garden to promote food security * City of Chestermere and lakefront homeowners partner to fight flowering rush * Son of Paul Hansen reminisced about what it was like to work at the Lakeshore Drive-in in 1952 * East Chestermere Drive and East Lakeview Road traffic concerns addressed by council * Lakefront property owners have experienced a higher than usual increase of property value * Local artist pursuing passion of painting

    • August 15, 2019

      Registration now open for the annual Chestermere Amazing Race * The Chestermere Regional Food Bank has been working throughout the year to raise awareness for programs in the community * Open Farms Days welcomes Albertans onto the farm * Eighteenth annual Chestermere Show and Shine is bringing out 500 antique, classic, and special interest cars * Fire services and Municipal Enforcement have teamed up to ensure lake safety this summer * Art quilt maker bringing gem quilts to Canada

    • August 08, 2019

      3,000 families came out to support Chestermere’s annual Water Festival * Municipal enforcement and the City of Chestermere have partnered to increase lake safety * Chestermere Vikings honour their first sponsor with a framed club jersey * Grant funding open for social support programs * Country Fair LEGO Competition * CHS graduates inspiring passion for basketball in local youth through training academy * Drew Gregory has been nominated for more YYC Music Awards than ever before

    • August 01, 2019

      Despite some events being cancelled due to weather Water Fest was a success * Chestermere youth placed second in national mental math competition * Chestermere’s new CAO looks back on his first year * Young athlete competes in his first Water Festival * Local WHL athlete preparing for upcoming season * Chestermere Crushers host provincials

    • August 23, 2019

      Local BMX rider selected to compete in Pan American Games for second time * Langdon’s largest yearly fundraiser bringing families together * The seventh annual Angels on High hiking and camping weekend creating lasting relationships in the community * Chestermere Council cuts utility rates by eight per cent * Chestermere Utilities Incorporated to be renamed to an Alberta numbered company * County teacher is excited to release educational math game after years of perfecting the tabletop game