Saddle Hills County holds five pancake breakfasts for ratepayers each year in late February. These breakfasts provide an opportunity to meet the members of the Agricultural Service Board and to ask questions of County staff.
Each year, Saddle Hills County holds five BBQs for ratepayers in late July. Similar to the pancake breakfasts, these BBQs provide an avenue for ratepayers to speak with County council and staff and ask any questions they may have.
Farm Safety Day Camps
Farm safety is an important issue to ratepayers in Saddle Hills County. To help promote safety on the farm for both children and adults, Saddle Hills County hosts a farm safety day camp every second year for all students from Grades 1-6 in Saddle Hills County.
Classroom Agricultural Program (CAP)
CAP was developed to help introduce agriculture to schoolchildren in Grade 4 across Alberta. The Manager of Rural Development presents fun and interesting agricultural activities to students at area schools who sign up for the program.
Saddle Hills County has a tradeshow booth that is displayed at several tradeshows in addition to being exhibited at County pancake breakfasts and BBQs. Look for the County booth at the Peace Country Classic, the Smoky River Agricultural Tradeshow and the Clear Hills County Agricultural Tradeshow.
Watch for the County float in the June Jamboree, Bonanza and Savanna parades each year.