Home Front – December 16

The cold snap won’t stop Red Deer RCMP traffic services from setting up photo radar sites until the end of the year.

Motorists, Beware

The cold snap won’t stop Red Deer RCMP traffic services from setting up photo radar sites until the end of the year.

Enforcement dates run until Dec. 31 at the following locations:

• School zones: Any zone until the end of the Christmas school break.

• Playground zones: Ellenwood Drive, Lancaster Drive, Cornett Drive, 57th Avenue and Boyce Street.

• Traffic corridors: Taylor Drive, 49th Avenue, Gaetz Avenue, Edgar Industrial Drive and 67th Street.

Free Family event

A free family event is set to take place from 1 to 4 p.m. on Saturday at the Hub at 4936 Ross St. People will have a chance to make a Christmas craft, enjoy free refreshments and Christmas music, learn about people with disabilities and enter to win door prizes, like an autographed Rebels hockey stick. The event is being put on by the JUST Presenters, facilitated by Cosmos Community Support Services Ltd.

African Centre event

Music and food from the heart of Africa provide the backdrop for and evening of fellowship with newcomers. The Central Alberta African Centre is inviting local citizens and newcomers to mix and mingle at its storefront, 2B, 4909 48th St. in Red Deer on Sunday starting at 5 p.m. There is no admission, but the African Centre will gladly accept donations to help cover its office expenses. Visit www.caac1.ca or call 403-986-7305 to learn more.

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