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MuniSoft Community Initiatives Draw!

The Village of Paradise Hill submitted an entry for the MuniSoft Community Initiatives draw.

This is a program run by the municipal software company the Village uses. MuniSoft runs this program as a chance to give back to community initiatives for their clients, and if we are the lucky recipients, we will use the funds to upgrade the Villages Christmas lights.

 

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ATTENTION: RESIDENTS OF PARADISE HiLL

Please DO NOT flush disinfectant wipes, paper towels, feminine hygiene products, or any products advertised as flushable down your toilet. These items may appear to flush with no problem, but they do not break down like toilet tissue, so can plug sewer lines. Wipes advertised as flushable do not break down and can also plug lines. Even though they don’t plug your toilet, they can still cause problems farther down the line.

  

Paradise Hill Community Centre

For information and bookings

                           www.paradisehillcommunitycentre.com 
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Paradise Hill

In 1887, settlers from the Little Red Deer Hill left by horseback for the Klondike Gold Rush. They were Ernest, Ed & Alphonse Beliveau, Edward & Elphage Desautels, Louis Pitre, Victor Savage and Napoleon Belange. There they met David & Albert Bilodeau. These men found no gold but encountered terrible hardship. To survive they butchered their white pack horse at the place still known as Whitehorse. They returned home on foot and when at last sighting the hill, Ernest Beliveau called it the Hill of Paradise from which the Village later took its name.

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Paradise Hill - 1999

Paradise Hill - 1953

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