In September of 1905, shortly after Alberta became a province, the community of Tees was established with the coming of the Canadian Pacific Railway.
Currently, the Tees Agricultural Society Board of Directors is made up of a number of people from in and around the small hamlet. The Community Hall, Ball Diamond, Skating Rink, Park and Rodeo Grounds all are maintained by this society. We are always looking for volunteers and people from the community to come out to the meetings and help us make plans and give some assistance with workbees at the Hall and Rodeo Grounds. If you are interested, please let us know.
The Tees Hall is home to a number of local groups including the 50 Plus Club, the Brushketeers, Tees 4-H Wranglers and more. We are very invested in keeping our rural community alive!
Check out our Facebook Page Tees Agricultural Society. We keep updates on there with up and coming events.
Check out this great video put together by Nicole and Payten Dunham for a submission to the UFA Contest last year. We made it to the finals, but unfortunately didn't win. We are still looking into putting in that well!