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