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Throughout the years, many social activities have been held at the hall, including dances, picnics, showers, wedding receptions, anniversary parties, farewell parties, and variety concerts.
Raffle Night | JC McCulloch Award | Agriculture Event | Scholarship | Halloween | Christmas Party | AGM
Summer Events at the Lone Pine Hall

Neighbours in the Lone Pine Alberta area get together over coffee, help each other during the fall harvest, with calving, and even get together for social activities at the local community hall. In the summer months, we look forward to hosting a special Agricultural Event and, of course, presenting our annual Scholarship.

Agricultural Event

Our Farm Safety Days are lots of fun!

Designed for rural kids aged 4 - 12 years, they enjoyed an afternoon of learning about hazards on the farm. This year's event takes place on Saturday, June 9th from 2 - 5 pm. Ag For Life will be presenting its new mobile safety unit. Programs are geared towards Grades 4 to 12. Younger kids can enjoy bouncy castles, face painting, hay rides, and cow milking races. There's popcorn, snow cones, and hot dogs. For more information or to register, call Amanda at 403-586-4804.

Lone Pine Scholarship

The Lone Pine Agricultural Society awards one scholarship in the amount of $500 to an eligible student for full-time study at a qualifying Canadian college or university.

Any student who has lived in the surrounding community of the Lone Pine Hall is eligible to apply for the scholarship provided they have received a valid high school diploma or will be eligible to receive a diploma during the year of application.

Scholarship Applications must be received by May 31st each year. The scholarship will be awarded to the recipient in the month of August and will be contacted by phone.

Lone Pine Agricultural Society
RR 2, Site 4, Box 10
Didsbury Alberta T0M 0W0

Farm Safety Poster 2018

The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of a number of factors that may include aeademic achievement, community involvement, leadership displayed and future education goals.
Murray Marsh presented the 2014 Lone Pine Ag Society Scholarship to Cassandra Rasmussen.

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