Pi­o­neer Trail Cen­tre

The Drumheller Mail - - News - 403-821-2956 Pi­o­neer Trail 403-823-6565 Kyle Smylie

Well sum­mer is wind­ing down, and the kids will be go­ing back to school soon.

Pi­o­neer Trail’s Choir will be start­ing back up again on Thurs­day, Septem­ber 5 at 10 a.m. so get your vo­cal cords loos­ened up and voices ready to sing the great songs you all know and love. I am look­ing for­ward to the choir start­ing back up again.

Friends of Pi­o­neer Trail who are in hospi­tal are Shirley Veinotte, we are all wish­ing her a speedy re­cov­ery. Early re­minder we hold our Gen­eral Meet­ings each month on the last Tues­day of the month. Our first one will be held on Tues­day, Septem­ber 24 at 2 p.m. Please try to at­tend.

The kitchen ren­o­va­tions are pro­gress­ing well. We will have a big re­open­ing to show off the changes that have been go­ing on.

A big thank you goes out to all those who helped in some way with the ren­o­va­tions. Without your help and sup­port we could not have done this great job. Thank you to the per­son who gen­er­ously do­nated the mir­ror to the Pi­o­neer Trail, it fits per­fectly and looks fan­tas­tic.

Pi­o­neer Trail is look­ing for com­plete jig­saw puz­zles that you have com­pleted and want to get rid of, we would greatly ap­pre­ci­ate them. We are also look­ing for books deal­ing with Fic­tion and West­ern nov­els. We do not ac­cept hard cover books. But all oth­ers are greatly ac­cepted.

Have a great week ev­ery­one and stop by for a cof­fee and visit when you’re in the neigh­bour­hood

Amend­ments have been made to a drone use by­law which orig­i­nally pro­hib­ited recre­ational drone use in Drumheller, al­low­ing res­i­dents to recreation­ally op­er­ate a drone over pri­vate prop­erty, as long as they com­ply with fed­eral guidelines.

Drumheller town coun­cil passed the orig­i­nal drone use by­law at a late July meet­ing which pro­hib­ited any recre­ational drone fly­ing within the mu­nic­i­pal­ity and re­quired com­mer­cial drone pi­lots to com­plete an ap­pli­ca­tion. Coun­cil amended this by­law at their Au­gust 19 meet­ing to only pro­hibit recre­ational fly­ing over mu­nic­i­pally owned prop­erty. Drone op­er­a­tors still must com­ply with Trans­port Canada reg­u­la­tions and re­quire­ments, as well as not fly within 100 feet of peo­ple, ve­hi­cles, build­ings, main­tain

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Recre­ational drone use over pri­vate prop­erty is okay again, with some re­stric­tions.

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