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​​This year was the opening of the Eric Harvie Elementary School at 357 Tuscany Drive in the community of Tuscany. This CBE school has a capacity of 600 children, and offers Grades K – 3 in its first year of operation, followed by Grades 4 or 5 in its second year. The school was named after Calgary citizen, Eric Harvie, a noted community minded-citizen with a legacy of philanthropy and generosity. He is best remembered for making his fortune in the oilfields in Leduc, and as the founder of the Glenbow Museum, which opened in 1966. The Eric Harvie School, by virtue of its location near a major intersection, warranted the placement of an RRFB (Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon), one of the very first installed near a school.​

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