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Cochrane, Alberta

replaced long standing MP Myron Thompson, who was originally elected as a member of the Reform Party (Reform Party of Canada) in 1993. Education Cochrane is home to schools from both the public Rocky View School Division as well as the separate Calgary Catholic School District and the Francophone school system, the Greater Southern Alberta Catholic Francophone Region #4 (CSCFSA). As of 2008, there are currently nine public and separate schools in operation within the town boundaries. *Rocky View School Division **Bow Valley High School: Grades 9–12 **Cochrane High School (Cochrane High School (Cochrane, Alberta)): Grades 9–12 **Elizabeth Barret Elementary School: Kindergarten, Grades 1–4 **Glenbow Elementary School: Kindergarten, Grades 1–5 **Mitford Middle School: Grades 5–8 **Manachaban School: Kindergarten, Grades 1–8 **Cochrane Christian Academy: Kindergarten, Grades 1-8 *Calgary Catholic School District **Holy Spirit: Kindergarten, Grades 1–8 **St. Timothy (St. Timothy High School (Cochrane)): Grades 7–12 **Nôtre Dame Des Vallées: Kindergarten, Grades 1–8 (French-Catholic school GSACFR#4 or CSCFSA) In November 2006 the Rocky View School Division accepted a proposal by the Cochrane Christ-Centred Education Society to set up a Protestant Christian education program in Cochrane. The Cochrane Christian Academy opened its doors at Mitford Middle School in September 2007, offering kindergarten to grade 4. Approval for expansion to include grade 5 for the 2008–09 school year was given by the board of trustees in April 2008. There are currently two trustees (one from each board) elected to represent Cochrane Schools at their respective boards. As of January 2008 these trustees are: *Dr. Bruce Pettigrew: Rocky View School Division, Ward 6 *Serafino Scarpino: Calgary Catholic School District, Wards 1, 2 and Cochrane The Greater Southern Alberta Catholic Francophone Region #4 has one trustee for the Region from Cochrane. Cochrane is also home to the Canadian Southern Baptist Seminary, the flagship seminary of the Canadian National Baptist Convention, the Canadian branch of the largest US Protestant denomination. Notable people *Rob Cote, professional football player *George Fox (George Fox (singer)), musician *Ethan Gage, professional soccer player *Mason Raymond, professional ice hockey player See also *List of communities in Alberta *List of towns in Alberta References as Highway 734 to north of the Pembina River, north of the Elk River (Elk River 233, Alberta) Indian reserve, where it becomes the fourth segment of Highway 40. '''Cochrane High School''' is a public secondary school located near Cochrane (Cochrane, Alberta), Alberta, Canada. The school's enrollment is approximately 700 to 800 students, in grades 9 through 12. The school falls under the jurisdiction of the Rocky View Schools Division.


New Brighton, Minnesota

Knights website The band placed second at the 2006 Youth in Music championship held at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome. Irondale also has the largest Drama program in the Mounds View School District. Four productions are put on yearly, as well as a competition one act

, Perpetual war, Personal Choice Party, Peter Wright, Petrodollar warfare, Phelps Creek, Phil (Hey Arnold!), Philip Jaisohn, Phoenix, Arizona, Phoenix Program, Phoenix art museum, Photography and photographers of the American Civil War, Pine View School, Pinnacle Mountain State Park, Plant Patent Act, Plantation economy, Points of Light Foundation & Volunteer Center National Network, Polish Workers' Party, Polish communism


Chivington, Colorado

National Wildlife Refuge , Pearly Beach, Pembroke (Virginia Beach), Virginia, Pennsylvania Route 3, Pennsylvania State Constable's Office, Penske Racing, Perpetual war, Personal Choice Party, Peter Wright, Petrodollar warfare, Phelps Creek, Phil (Hey Arnold!), Philip Jaisohn, Phoenix, Arizona, Phoenix Program, Phoenix art museum, Photography and photographers of the American Civil War, Pine View School, Pinnacle Mountain State


Shoreview, Minnesota

greenways and parks. The largest park within the city is Vadnais-Snail Lakes Regional Park. Public archery range References


Charlotte metropolitan area

Constable's Office , Penske Racing, Perpetual war, Personal Choice Party, Peter Wright, Petrodollar warfare, Phelps Creek, Phil (Hey Arnold!), Philip Jaisohn, Phoenix, Arizona, Phoenix Program, Phoenix art museum, Photography and photographers of the American Civil War, Pine View School, Pinnacle Mountain State Park, Plant Patent Act, Plantation economy, Points of Light Foundation & Volunteer Center National Network, Polish


Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

, Personal Choice Party, Peter Wright, Petrodollar warfare, Phelps Creek, Phil (Hey Arnold!), Philip Jaisohn, Phoenix, Arizona, Phoenix Program, Phoenix art museum, Photography and photographers of the American Civil War, Pine View School, Pinnacle Mountain State Park, Plant Patent Act, Plantation economy, Points of Light Foundation & Volunteer Center National Network, Polish Workers' Party, Polish communism, Politics of Noam


Schutzstaffel

, Phelps Creek, Phil (Hey Arnold!), Philip Jaisohn, Phoenix, Arizona, Phoenix Program, Phoenix art museum, Photography and photographers of the American Civil War, Pine View School, Pinnacle Mountain State Park, Plant Patent Act, Plantation economy, Points of Light Foundation & Volunteer Center National Network, Polish Workers' Party, Polish communism, Politics of Noam Chomsky, Poolesville, Maryland, Poplar Bluff, Missouri


Phoenix, Arizona

, Perpetual war, Personal Choice Party, Peter Wright, Petrodollar warfare, Phelps Creek, Phil (Hey Arnold!), Philip Jaisohn, Phoenix, Arizona, Phoenix Program, Phoenix art museum, Photography and photographers of the American Civil War, Pine View School, Pinnacle Mountain State Park, Plant Patent Act, Plantation economy, Points of Light Foundation & Volunteer Center National Network, Polish Workers' Party, Polish communism


United States

first Paul Life and career Born in West Helena, Arkansas, United States, but brought up in Cairo (Cairo, Illinois), Illinois, he began playing professionally in 1951.


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