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Tim, Lisa and family have donated $100,000. towards the 1/4 mile Drag strip construction. This donation has pushed the project forward with any luck at all we will be racing with Tim in 2011.
This Government Program from Alberta Gaming and Lottery Fund has provided $75,000 towards our grandstands that were constructed in 2005 for approximately 3500 people.
To provide financial assistance for the expansion and upgrading of Alberta’s extensive network of community-use facilities. This program provides matching grants to municipalities, Indian Bands and Metis Settlements, and registered community non-profit groups to build, purchase, repair, renovate, or otherwise improve related family and community wellness facilities.
Being a racer himself with the Pidherney semi its great to have Merv on side. Pidherneys supplied three buggies that moved over 25,000 cubic yards of dirt for the ¼ mile drag strip.
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The County has been a great help from the start as they have helped out with equipment and operators whenever needed. They also donated over 50 rolls of geotex tile for the base in the ¼ mile drag. This year they are donating 3700 cu mtrs of gravel to help with the 1/4 mile base work. With this support our project is to build the ¼ mile in 2007 is under way.
Covering 721,396 acres in central Alberta, Ponoka County embodies the essence of rural Alberta with strong agricultural roots, a commitment to fiscal responsibility and an independent spirit. Today, the County serves 8,640 residents, providing strong leadership and guiding the municipality through some difficult challenges. Indeed, the ability of the County to anticipate and adapt to change has contributed to its success in meeting the demands of ratepayers while maintaining one of the most attractive mill rates in Alberta.
A special thanks to the County Crew and our area councilors Peter Jensen, Keith Bebee, and Dale Hoar, along with Gawney Hinckley and Reeve Gord Sveneningson
Nikirk Bros Contracting
Trucking and equipment from the start. Nikirks also built the Cement Barriers for the Dirt Oval of which they have donated 100 blocks
Thanks Dennis and Chris.
The Town has dedicated this 80 Acres for the enjoyment of those who love horsepower. Along with the land the Town has been helping out with equipment and manpower during the construction.
Rimbey is the centre of a thriving mixed farming and oil & gas region, and is the gateway to some excellent recreational facilities. Rimbey offers a lifestyle that is the envy of many communities. The town has a very sound economy and is blessed with having most services within the community. As you walk the streets of Rimbey, you will always be greeted by a hello and a smile from those you pass by.
Thanks to Town Council, Public Works and other staff for your support.
Thanks to Warren for the donation of a Hatachi Track Hoe. Warren grew up in Rimbey and this donation takes the track one giant step forward.
|Last Updated on Saturday, 20 February 2010 12:20|