The MD is reaching out to seniors in Lesser Slave River’s west region to determine the need for a home assistance program that is being contemplated. Interested seniors are encouraged to share their thoughts on whether they would benefit from some type of community assistance program.
With nine months of potential snow here in Alberta, we frequently get heavy snow in early fall or late spring that can greatly affect our trees and shrubs. Most of them are well adapted to winter conditions but having sudden heavy snow when trees have not completed or are just starting their growing season can be devastating. Most of our spruces, pines, and fir have flexible branches and shed snow relatively easy, but coniferous trees often have their tops broken by heavy snow.
Lesser Slave Lake Bird Observatory's "Bird Brunch" and Annual General Meeting
Saturday, November 4th, 2017
Please be advised: due to the heavy snow fall on trees, the Smith Library will be closed until it clears.
Heavy and Wet snow, in the Slave Lake Region, may cause downed or low hanging powerlines.
MD Council wishes to inform Lesser Slave River residents on what is happening with respect to the Lesser Slave Regional Fire Services Agreement and the Inter-municipal Agreement.
The MD is looking for interested residents to volunteer on a number of boards. Every October, Council holds an organizational meeting and appoints Councillors and Members-at-Large to represent the MD on various organizations across the region. Most appointments are for a one-year term. Have some time and expertise to share? Have a look at the following Member-at-Large vacancies.
Everyone is welcome!
If you would like to show your support for Victim Services and learn more about the program, please attend October 25, 2017 and meet our existing board members, volunteers, and staff.