Home front – November 5

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Drivers should be alerted to the photo radar locations until Thursday, Nov. 15. School zones are being targeted at Lancaster Drive, Nolan Street, 60th Street and 40th Avenue. Playground zones being monitored are Cornett Drive, Davison Drive, Kerry Wood Drive, 58th Street and Nivens Street. Traffic corridors being checked are 50th Avenue, 49th Street, Taylor Drive, 49th Avenue and Barrett Drive. RCMP reserve the option of site/location changes without notice.


Red Deer College Alumni Association hosts its annual general meeting on Nov. 15. The meeting will be held in CollegeSide in Room 2182 C. Items on the agenda include the election of directors, appointment of auditors and the approval of financials. Light refreshments will be served at 6 p.m. The meeting is scheduled to run until 8 p.m. All RDC alumni are welcome to attend. For more information, visit www.rdc.ab.ca.


Identifying and dealing with stress are the subjects of an upcoming seminar. Good Stress/Bad Stress will be presented on Nov. 14 at Sunnybrook United Church starting at 6:30 p.m. The church is located at 12 Stanton St. Vicki Fox Smith, the Canadian Mental Health Association’s mental health educator, will talk about the basics of stress, how to prevent it and how to deal with it. The presentation is free, although donations are welcome. More information is available by calling Linda at 403-347-6073.


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