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Drumheller Mail Classifieds May 2 - May 8, 2018>CALL 403.823.2580 to place an ad



SALE... Cleaning out the closet.

RH Drivers

$40..........Callaway FT-9 Fujikura Stiff 9 degree, cover

$40.........................Nike Ignite Regular 13 degree, cover

$40...............Callaway Fusion Regular 10 degree, cover


$35......................Cleveland 56 degree WINN grip

$35.......................Titleist 52 degree 08 WINN grip

RH Putters

$30.............................Mallet Head AFC,
New grip, no cover

$30............WINN Grip, Justin Special,
older but nice design

Call Ossie 403-823-2580 days.



Century 21 manages over 100 rental properties. 1, 2, and 3 bedroom homes and suites for rent. Check out for a list of current properties for rent. 403-823-2121 M-F.

FOR RENT... 900 sq. ft., 2 1/2 bedroom house. Large living room, kitchen, F/S, HE W/D mainfloor. Located close to downtown shopping. References required. No smoking, no pets. $795.00/month plus utilities. 403-820-8881.

HOUSE FOR RENT... 2 bedroom house, F/S, W/D, large fenced yard. $800.00 plus $350.00 for utilities/month. Call Kent at 403-820-3146.

FOR RENT... Main Floor of Executive Rental in Riverview area. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths (master ensuite has one person jetted tub, pedestal sink, and stand up shower). Suitable for one or two people. Hardwood and Tile throughout the area. Beautiful Gas fireplace in living room with Granite Mantle Hearth. A/C via nest thermostat. Kitchen includes garburator, dishwasher, self cleaning ceramic top stove/oven, and matching fridge, built in Icemaker, keyless entry punch code locks, video surveillance and more. Energy Efficient home. Includes Landscaping in Summer / Snowremoval in Winter and use of Barbecue, Front Load Washer/Dryer, Small Storage Shed and more. Smoking outside only. No pets. $999 per month + $250 utilities plus DD.
Showings by appointment for tenants who have filled out rental applications and been prequalified. Please call/text 403.823.2222 or email for more info.


FOR RENT... 3 bedroom house, main floor. $1,200/month - includes utilities. Also... Basement Suite, $700/month. Available May 1. 403-617-5615


FOR RENT... Room for rent c/w Free wifi, internet included and house privileges. 403-821-1091.


Hunts Place Apartments (Corner of Hunts Dr. & 2nd St. East). Quiet, adult oriented, security door & intercom, garden patios or large balconies, laundry facilities, parking with plug in, fridge, stove, window coverings, hot water & heat, WiFi hotspot, no smoking, no pets, Phone (403) 820-1665 or (403) 821-0266.

FOR RENT... Sage Manor, 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms. 333 - 2 Street East. Mature adults only. No smoking. View at 403-823-0964.



HOUSES FOR SALE - Can’t find it here or on MLS? Check out

The largest, sunniest
unit in
(1229 sq. ft.)
2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, Open concept,
Facing Anderson Park.
Three Hills
55+ Complex

For more information
or to view phone:


WANTED... Cultivated farmland in the Drumheller area for cash rent or sale. 403-321-0214. 23tfc
WANTED... Farmland to rent in Drumheller, Dalum, Verdant Valley or Delia area. Phone 403-823-9222.


Wheat: Brandon, Pasteur, Bison
Barley: Copeland, Lowe, Maverick
Rye: Prima
Polish Canola: Early One
On farm treating and scales.
Check out our website:
Darcy Mueller 403-820-4115.


FOR SALE... Yearling Red Angus Bulls. Low birthweights. EPD and Performance data available. More information call Anthony (403) 820-4776 Carbon. Website:

HELPING SENIORS in their homes:
cooking, cleaning, transportation.
HELPING SENIORS in facility care:
meal assist, baths, visits, outings
Call (403)364-2476


HELP WANTED... Fossil World Museum now hiring summer student employment. Drop off resume to: 1381 North Dinosaur Trail. 16c18

THANK YOU... Thank you to everyone who sent flowers, phoned, brought food and watched over me during what has been a very long and tedious journey. To EMS, Drs, and Nurses in Drumheller and Red Deer; your good care and attention was appreciated more than words can say. To my family for all your visits and calls. To my daughter, a special thank you for staying by me through some really tough days.

Elaine Johnson


THANK YOU... Thank you for all the kind words of condolences on Alvin’s passing. Also, for the food, flowers, cards, visits and phone calls.

Jacquie McLean
Dana & Rod Nelson
Bradley & Erica
Darren & Susan McLean
Dawna McLean
Christopher & Sara


AFTER 5 CLUB... Monday, May 7 - 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Old Central School. $15.00 (includes dinner and program). Spring Fashion Show by SJ Fashions. Speaker Lorraine Dykstra: “God Has This”. Reservations Essential 403-823-4398. All Ladies Welcome.


AL-ANON, Wednesday evenings, 6:30 pm, Telus Bldg, 4th Floor. Call Lynne (403) 822-0008 or Carol (403) 772-2373.

Saturday Sunrise Meeting, Alcoholics Anonymous, 9 am, Knox United Church. Contact Helen 403-823-5593.

THE HAPPY DESTINY Alcoholics Anonymous Group meets every Monday at 7 p.m. in the Badlands Room at the Drumheller Health Complex. “Open Meeting”.

Earth Day made greener

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An initiative that is quickly sweeping the community is none other than Earth Day on Thursday, May 3.
    The yearly event is one that nearly everyone can be part of. Simply spot a piece of trash, pick it up and throw it out.
    Mayor Heather Colberg has put on her ‘regular citizen hat’ to spread the word about the day. The event also conveniently coincides with the Town of Drumheller’s vision of being ‘the cleanest, friendliest, most sought after community in Alberta.’ Colberg wants to extend the invitation to the entirety of Drumheller.
    “For this year what I am trying to do is to get everybody involved as far as cleaning up around the communities and cleaning up around their businesses. Everything will get done and all the schools are involved so that’s been amazing,” she said.
    Many businesses have already confirmed saying they wish to help alongside the schools but everyone is encouraged to share in the eco-friendly event.
    “I’m not blocking times throughout the day because some people say they can’t come out during the day so they should just do it whenever they can do it,” said Colberg.
    The Mayor cannot wait to get out and see the final results.
    “It is so easy. You can just go for a stroll, bend down, pick up some garbage and get some exercise and fresh air and we help our community,” said Colberg. “It’s my favourite day of the year actually because I love driving around after when everything is so clean.”

Kneehill County announces Rural Fire Chief

Dan Ross Fire Chief

A new rural fire chief, Daniel Ross, former fire chief of Charlie Lake Fire Department, will be joining the Kneehill County Protective Services Department on Tuesday, May 22.
Kneehill County Council set the Rural Fire Strategy as one if its primary strategic goals to accomplish in 2018. The fire strategy is a key document which will provide guidance for Council to ensure the protection of Kneehill County residents in regards to a rural focused fire service.
Ross joined the military out of high school serving six years with the Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry based out of Victoria, BC, and Calgary, AB, which included two United Nations Peacekeeping Missions to Croatia. He then became a military firefighter for the remaining 14 years of his military career, including serving one tour in Afghanistan and completing various fire service certifications such as Firefighter Level 2, Hazardous Materials Technician and all four levels of Fire Officer certification as well as a Bachelor Degree in Business.
he retired from the military in 2011 and moved into municipal firefighting with Yellowhead County as a Deputy Fire Chief for nine departments. After six years with the YCFD, Dan continued to expand his portfolio by becoming the Manager of Emergency Services and Fire Chief for the Peace River Regional District where he received his Chief Fire Officer Designation, becoming recognized as member of the International Association of Fire Engineers.
Ross has a daughter in Lethbridge and will be welcoming his first grandchild shortly. When not in the fire station, Ross spends as much time as possible camping around Alberta.
He is looking forward to the new adventures with Kneehill County, and is anxious to start working with our staff and the fire departments of the area.

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