Wednesday, September 20, 2017
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Bates, Jason

Buchanan, Barry

Daubert, Lucy Ann

DeKoter, Leona

Jackson, Robert (Bert)

Kisko, Ward

Kozlowski, Zbigniew (Ziggy)

Kuiken, Dennis

McLeod, Bruce

Ternowetsky, Doreen

Please note - this is the last weekend for the Metal/Rubble Bins at the Transfer Site.  The last day is Tuesday, September 19th.


Vehicle theft and car prowling prevention tips

 ·         Report any suspicious activity or behaviour, such as someone trying door handles on parked vehicles.

·         Garage openers should not be left in vehicles or should be disengaged, as thieves can use them to gain entry into a home.

·         Avoid parking in unlit areas at night.

·         Lock your doors and close all windows at all times, even while you are in your yard.

·         Hide your valuables out of sight, or better yet, take them with you.

·         Don’t keep extra keys in your vehicle.



Home and garage break-in prevention tips.

 ·         Report any suspicious vehicles, activity or behaviour, such as someone showing up at your home “mistakenly” looking for a different address, or going through yards of neighbours who you believe are away.

·         Remind your family to close the garage door(s) after removing bikes, vehicles and other items. Any open door is an invitation.

·         Despite the warm weather, it is important to ensure windows and doors are secured at all times, even when you’re home. Culprits need mere moments to commit a theft.

·         If you are away, ensure a friend or neighbour picks up your mail and flyers and keeps your yard appearing cared for, giving the impression that you’re around.

·         Use timers to control lighting within the home.

·         Install exterior motion lights to brighten dark areas around doors or windows to make them easily seen by a neighbour or passersby.

·         Lock all garage doors, including the one between an attached garage and the house.

·         Always close and lock any windows that could be used to gain access to your home while you’re away or sleeping, even on hot summer nights.

·         Store important or irreplaceable documents and items away from your home, such as in a safety deposit box. If you see homes with open doors, front doors with keys left in the locks, or a neighbour’s car with the trunk left open, give them a quick call to let them know.

·         Consider installing home and vehicle alarm systems and vehicle anti-theft devices.


‘Meet the Candidate’ night for the Village of Acme election, will be on Wednesday, October 11th at 7pm at the Acme Community Centre.  Come out to hear each candidate’s platform, to help you make your informed decision on who you would think would make a great Councillor for Acme.

Angela Knight hosted a pod cast after the Calgary Eye Opener radio program this morning, and here is the link to listen to it!


Here's the link to the podcast from this mornings Calgary Eye Opener broadcast from Acme!…/shows/calgary-eyeopener/segment/13820089


Acme Campground News

Campground Attendants – Danny & Shannon (403) 352-0291

 Attendants are now taking bookings for the 2017 Season.