Three Hills Museum share fully restored facility

Just like the old days, the clang of the school bell and everyone singing O Canada marks another auspicious day in the 107-year life of what was once a two-room school in Three Hills – a village office, courthouse, meeting hall, library and police quarters. MLA Nathan Cooper joined Museum Society president and volunteer curator Rosalie Lammle Aug. 7, 2021 in the fully restored classroom after speeches, treats, tributes and tours of the multi-use schoolhouse museum. ECA Review/David Nadeau
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Just like the old days, the clang of the school bell and everyone singing O Canada marks another auspicious day in the 107-year life of what was once a two-room school in Three Hills – a village office, courthouse, meeting hall, library and police quarters. MLA Nathan Cooper joined Museum Society president and volunteer curator Rosalie Lammle Aug. 7, 2021 in the fully restored classroom after speeches, treats, tributes and tours of the multi-use schoolhouse museum.

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