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Sea Cadets 'Furious'-ly take silver in overall distinction

sea-cadets.jpgThe Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps “Furious” in Drumheller went to the Sports and Drill event at the Edmonton Garrison on April 3 to 5. Alberta’s 17 sea cadet corps, over 600 cadets, competed in various events such as range shooting, soccer, drill and more, and ‘Furious’ was awarded the silver medal in overall distinction. This marked the first time ‘Furious’ ranked so highly in any competition. Pictured (l-r, back row):Tayler Dowling, MacKenzie Kathol, Lindsay Meller, Kaitlyn Meller, Cori, Gattney, Andrew Rock, Dustin Burchnell, John denBrok, and Malcom Johnson-Tait. (l-r, front row) Travis Stirrett, Sabrina Wiebe, Jessica Towle, Remmington denBrok, and Dalan Wilson.

Community Garden Breaks Ground

The Drumheller Communities in Bloom committee started work on the Community Garden on Newcastle Drive on April 20th, 2009.  Town of Drumheller Crews worked to install services on site.  The Communities in Bloom will rent out parcels of earth to locals, who will maintain them.  More details on this project will be in this Friday's edition of InSide Drumheller and online Friday at


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