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Legion Week Activities
Appreciation B.B.Q
Friday, September 20th
11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
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By JENNIFER PAIGE
W
ith the dwindling
temperatures it is
apparent that golf season
is coming to a close and
as such the Minnedosa
senior men and womens
golf clubs had their annual
wrap-ups this week. Te
golfers participated in their
weekly game of golf, a few
friendly competitions and
lunch.
At the mens club
lunch, Deb Pritchard, the
golf course head golf pro,
and club president, Ken
Gill, presented Clayton
Searle with a lifetime mem-
bership award.
Searle has been teeing
of on Minnedosa greens
for the past six decades and
has had much involvement
in the operations of the
Minnedosa Golf Course for
a number of years.
Pritchard presented
the framed membership to
Searle and explained the
many reasons he is much
deserving of this recog-
nition, pointing out that
Searle has been a member
of the mens golf club for 62
years and has made quite
a few contributions to the
club and the course.
In 1969, Searle worked
on the old golf course as
a lawns keeper, a job that
he thoroughly enjoyed.
In 1974, the new 18-hole
course was constructed,
and at the time Searle
played a key-role in its de-
velopment and construc-
tion. He continued to work
there for another 20 years,
ftting in a few rounds of
golf, whenever he had the
chance.
At 91 years of age,
Searle still gets out for two
rounds a week. I have re-
ally enjoyed working on
the golf course. I would be
here all summer and then
switch of to the skating
rink in the winter months.
Ive been working and
playing in these places for
more than 40 years, says
Searle.
With the lifetime mem-
bership, the Minnedosa
Golf Course will wave all
fees for Searle anytime he
feels like swinging a club.
I had no idea what
they wanted me back here
for, I was really quite sur-
prised by this, added
Searle.
Searle presented with Lifetime Membership
By JENNIFER PAIGE
S
chools are busy places, full of bodies
and activities, and while our chil-
dren learn and grow, there are a num-
ber of persons at work to ensure that
these schools are a safe place for them
to prosper.
September 15th to 21st marks Na-
tional School Safety Week, an immense
topic which sees collaboration of many
diferent parties.
Getting to school safely
As children begin to fall back into
the regular routine of school and class-
es, motorists need to remember to slow
down and obey the safety laws, espe-
cially in and around school zones. Ac-
cording to Manitoba Public Insurance,
every year 100 motorists are ticketed in
Manitoba for ignoring school bus sig-
nals.
Recently a motorist was charged
and brought to court in Brandon for
passing a stopped Rolling River School
Division school bus on Highway #340,
southeast of Douglas. Tis is an of ence
that is not taken lightly and carries a
fairly hefty fne as well as two demerits.
Continued
on Page 7
National School Safety Week
Photo by Jennifer Paige
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By DARRYL HOLYK
M
innedosa Town
Council met for its
regular September meet-
ing on Tuesday, Septem-
ber 10th. In Mayor Orrs
absence, Deputy Mayor
Wedgewood chai red
the meeting. Councillor
Skatch was also absent
with Councillors Taylor,
Saler, Luker and MacDow-
all in attendance.
T e meeting began
with a public hearing to
discuss amendments to
zoning bylaw #2525 to al-
low for secondary suites
located within the resi-
dential zoned areas. As no
comments have been re-
ceived from the public on
the amendment, the bylaw
was given second and third
reading and passed unani-
mously by Council.
Ross Mackling and
Sarah Schwartz appeared
before Council to bring an
update on funding situ-
ation for Yellowhead Re-
gional Employment Skills
and Services. YRESS has
experienced a substantial
funding cut from the Fed-
eral Government but as
the local board believes
there is great value in
YRESS for Minnedosa and
the surrounding area, they
are seeking other avenues
to be able to maintain pro-
gramming. Some cuts and
changes have been made
within the local of ce and
the board is visiting local
municipalities which are
served by YRESS asking for
f nancial support for the
following year to assist in
covering the Federal short-
fall. Rather than calculat-
ing the amount of funding
from each municipality on
a per capita basis, YRESS is
asking for funding based
on the number of clients
and users it has from each
municipality. Te Town
of Minnedosas portion
has been calculated at
$5,693.39.
First reading was given
to bylaw #2528 to close a
portion of municipal land
legally designated as part
of 3rd Avenue S.W. and
transfer the said land to
Dwight and Michelle Boyd
at the cost of one dollar.
Council approved the
proposed subdivision of
land along the north side
of 9th Avenue S.W. which
is being sold to the adja-
cent property owners re-
siding along the south side
of 8th Avenue S.W.
Council approved
the designation of Brian
Skatch as the Fire and Life
Safety Inspector for the
Town. Brian is currently
the Building Inspector
and Development Of cer
for the Tanners Crossing
Planning District and as
so, he has completed the
Fire Inspector Level One
and Two Training Pro-
grams ofered through the
Manitoba Emergency Ser-
vices College.
Due to a conf ict of
interest, Councillor Saler
excused himself from the
portion of the meeting in
which Council reviewed
and accepted the tender
for water and sewer ser-
vices upgrade project for
2nd Street N.W. Council
accepted the quote from
Salers Backhoe and Truck-
ing Ltd. in the amount of
$19,710 plus tax. Te ap-
proved quotation was the
lowest of three tenders re-
ceived.
Te sale of three resi-
dential lots was approved
by Council. All three lots
are located along 1st Street
S.E. Te f rst two were sold
at a price of $7,500. Pur-
chaser of the f rst lot is
George Ong and the sec-
ond lot was sold to Steven
Brown. Te third lot was
sold to Lyle Popien at a
price of $2,000. Tis lot had
been previously occupied
by an old house which the
Town demolished a few
years ago. All three sales
of land are subject to a De-
velopment Agreement be-
tween the buyers and the
Town.
Town Council notes...
By JENNIFER PAIGE
M
anitoba Liquor and
Lotteries Heart and
Stroke Big Bike Ride was
in town on Tuesday eve-
ning and saw a number of
members of the communi-
ty come out to support the
Heart and Stroke Founda-
tion.
Tis year marks the
Heart and Stroke Founda-
tions 60th year in opera-
tion and the Big Bike has
been rolling in donations
for the past 20 years. Last
year the Big Bike had over
40,000 riders in 200 com-
munities across Canada
and raised seven million
dollars for heart and stroke
research, health promo-
tion and advocacy.
Tis year the organi-
zation has put out a na-
tional goal of eight mil-
lion and had collected
$7, 467, 912. 00, when
the Big Bike arrived in
Minnedosa on September
17th.
Participants peddled
and steered the enormous,
oversized bike along a two
to three km course around
town. Every rider is re-
quired to donate or raise
$50.00 but every rider that
raises $100.00 or more was
entered into a grand prize
draw for a trip for two to
Vancouver, sponsored by
Canada One Travel.
Te Minnedosa team
gat hered a generous
$2,957.00 in donations.
By JENNIFER PAIGE
T
he annual Terry Fox Run was held in a number
of communities around the country on Sunday.
Minnedosa saw a number to participants show up ready
to walk, run and bike the 5 or 10 km.
Participants who have battled or continue to battle
cancer wore red T-shirts and the group concluded the af-
ternoon with a BBQ in support of cancer research. Te
day started of cool with a crisp breeze but participants
warmed quickly and the sun came out as the run began.
Kathy Stone, Minnedosa UCT event co-ordinator
was pleased with the event although there werent as
many supporters as last year, the community still came
together to raise funds for an important cause.
Biking around town
Photo by Jennifer Paige
Running for Terry
Photo by Jennifer Paige
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Grant Application for 2013
Minnedosa and District Foundation Inc.
MISSION STATEMENT:
The Minnedosa and District Foundation Inc. is committed to enhance
the quality oI liIe Ior our citizens, by
promoting charitable, educational, and cultural endeavors:
to encourage and inspire donors in charitable giving Ior the beneft oI
the community and to LEAVE A LEGACY FOR THE FUTURE.
Deadline October 1, 2013
The Minnedosa and District Foundation is currently accepting
applications Ior grants Ior the calendar year 2013. The Foundation will
entertain applications on an annual basis to be allocated by
December 31, oI the current year.
A grant application is required along with:
Applications are available Irom
Bruce McNabb at Minnedosa Insurance Services.
Applications are also available on-line at
www.discoverminnedosa.com
Go to living/community resources/community organizations.
Applications are to be mailed by October 1, 2013 to:
Minnedosa and District Foundation Inc.
PO Box 1980
Minnedosa, MB
R01 1E0
APPLICATION DEADLINE IS OCTOBER 1, 2013
1. A brieI history oI the organization and project
2. Most recent fnancial statements
3. Anticipated budget
4. Purpose oI the request
5. Timeline Ior completing your project
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MAkE YOUR COFFEE COUNT
Support the Alzheimer Society
in your community
Come in and enjoy a cup oI coIIee
and cookies on
Tuesday September 24th Irom 10:00 a.m. till
noon. Make a donation and the Credit Union
will match donations up to $200.00.
Reiki Course
Level 1 - October 6
Level 2 - October 19
Level 3 - October 20
Registration Deadline September 24
Call for information Denise 24-87-3983
By JENNIFER PAIGE
T
he Royal Canadian
Legion is the largest
community service orga-
nization in Canada, and
they pride themselves on
being committed to the re-
membrance of those who
gave their lives for peace
and freedom and are also
great advocators for the
protection of Canadian
sovereignty and the pres-
ervation of national unity.
Across the country
this week Legions will be
holding a variety of events
to celebrate Legion week.
As such the local, General
Hugh Dyer Branch #138
in Minnedosa held a tea
on Wednesday afternoon,
a BBQ this afternoon (Fri-
day) and 50/50 Bingo to-
morrow (Saturday).
In Canada the Le-
gion was formed in 1926
and today has more than
360,000 members, and
1,500 branches throughout
Canada, the United States
and Europe.
Membership within
the organization was origi-
nally restricted to those
who had served in the Ca-
nadian Armed Forces and
the Merchant Navy, but in
recent years due to dwin-
dling new memberships
the Legion has evolved to
include everyone.
Our membership
committee welcomes all
interested parties. Tere is
some concern for us about
the Legion slowly disap-
pearing. As the Veterans
get older and pass on, we
are losing members and
very few are signing up,
explains Waine Mansell,
vice-president of the local
branch and member for 28
years.
Te Legion is in need
of infusion of new blood
in order to maintain the
many diferent services
they provide throughout
the community. Te local
branch currently has 310
members, some who have
been evolved for over 60
years.
Te most concerning
thing with the Legion and
World War Vets leaving us,
is that the younger genera-
tions are becoming more
and more detached from
our war history, what it
means to be a veteran and
impact that these people
have had on the lives we
live today, says Mansell.
While the club orga-
nizers say that they receive
great support from current
members and the com-
munity during times of ac-
tivities, it is the day-to-day
operations and the general
meetings where the dimin-
ishing membership is ob-
vious.
Te Royal Canadian
Legion is a private club
of ering its members use
of the clubroom, weekly-
organized games of crib,
bridge and bingo, as well
as creates a gathering
place and sense of com-
munity for its members.
We try not to be an-
other club. We are all about
asking what can we do for
the Legion, not what can it
do for me, explains Man-
sell.
Te Legion is highly
focused on supporting the
areas veterans and their
families but also gets in-
volved with many diferent
youth activities and initia-
tives like the Air Cadets,
Army Cadets and Sea Ca-
dets as well as sponsoring
many youth programs.
Most notably the Le-
gion organizes the yearly
Remembrance Day cer-
emonies and the Poppy
fundraisers throughout the
community. Te Legion
also holds an annual con-
test for school-aged kids,
a poem and literacy con-
test surrounding Remem-
brance Day.
Last year we had 151
diferent entries from kids
all diferent ages, it is an in-
teresting contest, it allows
you to see childrens per-
spective of things, com-
ments Dorothy Jones, club
secretary and member for
nine years. Finalists have
a chance to win a trip to
Ottawa.
While many of the club
activities are focused on its
adult members, the local
branch puts quite a bit of
importance on children,
inviting them to come to
the club with a parent or
get involved in one of its
youth programs.
It is extremely impor-
tant that we continue to
educate the next genera-
tions on why things like the
legion are important, what
has happened throughout
our history and why we
need to continue to sup-
port our veterans, says
Mansell.
Membership applica-
tions are available at the
clubroom and everyone
is welcome to apply. Over
the course of this week,
take a moment to stop
into the local branch dur-
ing one of the club activi-
ties and acknowledge our
community veterans and
those that are a driving
force in supporting them.
Acknowledging our Legion
Photo by Jennifer Paige
September 12th
1st - Wilma Jones/Gwen
Hofman.

2nd - Tie: Jean Garbolin-


sky/Carol Lonsdale and
Boyd Grant/Rita Curle.

3rd - Audrah Caughell/


Karen Christiasen.
BRIDGE
CLUB RESULTS
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Farewell summer
Te days are getting shorter, the mornings and nights
are getting colder and harvest is in full motion. All three
are indications that another summer season is coming to
an end. Autumn will of cially start on Sunday, Septem-
ber 22nd. Hopefully we will experience many weeks of
great autumn weather before the dreaded cold sets in.
Hole in one...
Te weather is holding up and golf ng is still in full
swing at the local greens. Tis year has certainly been
the season for hole-in-one shots and another one was
achieved on the weekend. Devin Epp got his hole-in-one
on Sunday, September 15th at Hole #8 from 191 yards us-
ing a seven iron.
From the garden...
T
his picture appeared on
the front page of the Sep-
tember 22nd, 1983 edition of
Te Tribune. Hidden some-
where in this edition is the
answer to who this little boy
is. Te f rst person to fnd it
and correctly tell us who he
is and which page the an-
swer is on will win a pair of
tickets for tomorrow nights
Brandon Wheat Kings Home
Opener against the Moose
Jaw Warriors. Once you fnd
the answer, call our of ce at
204-867-3816. Good Luck!
By most accounts, its
been a very successful and
bountiful year for crops
whether in the feld or
in the garden! Heres an-
other example of the large
and healthy produce being
harvested in our area. Tis
Kelsey onion, weighing in
at 2 pounds and 1.6 ounces
was grown by Walter and
Evelyn Kowalick north of
Basswood.
Thirty years ago
Dear Editor,
M
anitoba Hydro is the
crown jewel and future
of our great province, a legacy
that will provide generations
with clean energy. However,
one must wonder how long
that legacy will last when the
line between government and crown corporation be-
gins to blur, and Manitobas second largest employer
loses its fnancial direction. Accountability to the rate-
payer is of the utmost importance to a public utility,
and Manitoba Hydro is having a hard time being ac-
countable for the decisions of the current NDP govern-
ment.
Te adverse ef ects agreement for the upcoming
Keeyask generating station was signed by four Cree
Nations in 2009, with Hydro providing real material as-
sets (infrastructure) meant to strengthen the commu-
nities for years to come. Chief among these projects
were a $5 million community centre for the Tatask-
weyak Cree Nation (TCN), $3 million for a water and
sewer project for TCN, and a $3 million community
centre for the Fox Lake First Nation.
Te bulk of the millions were forwarded by Mani-
toba Hydro years ago, as per the adverse efects agree-
ments. Now, after almost fve years, there is no com-
munity centre in TCN, no
water and sewer project in
TCN, and no community cen-
tre in Fox Lake.
NDP Hydro Minister Dave
Chomiak claims Hydros re-
sponsibility ends the second
a cheque is written. However,
as ratepayers in Manitoba,
we deserve to know why Minister Chomiak takes no
responsibility in paying the operating costs, salaries,
programming fees, and trail maintenance costs for
community centres that dont exist, and for employees
who dont exist.
Both he and Hydro know there is nothing more
than open land at these sites, but for years, has for-
warded millions for virtual operating costs. Te re-
sponsibility of this minister doesnt stop at the cutting
of a cheque, and the waste of ratepayers money on
such a scale cannot continue.
After 114 days of advocating in the Legislature,
and 49 direct questions during session, Manitobans
deserve better than this NDP government passing the
blame, and not looking where its own cheques land.
Ron R. Schuler

PC Critic for Manitoba Hydro
Blurred line between Hydro and NDP
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Letters to the Editor
2003 Residents of Erickson are not sitting back and
mourning the loss of their Emergency Room Service. Last
Tuesday, a group of concerned Erickson residents took
part in a rally on the stops of the Manitoba Legislature.
1993 Minnedosa will soon sport a new welcome sign
at the south entrance of town. Town Council budgeted
for the sign which will measure fve feet 18 inches by 12
feet. Te cost of the cedar sign is estimated at $4,000.
1973 A break in at Erickson Co-op resulted in the theft
of $1,500 worth of televisions and other electronic equip-
ment. Te items were later recovered in Vermillion, AB
and two Alberta men were apprehended in connection.
1963 A sudden storm wrecked an Onanole home last
Monday afternoon. Kitchen windows were blown out,
the south porch was torn of and the familys dog house
was destroyed. Many homes experienced blown fuses
but luckily no injuries were reported in the storm.
1943 A plane fies decidedly too low over the town
and Ye Editor admonishes the authorities.
1933 Te local detachment of the RCMP have relo-
cated their of ces to the second foor of the Post Of ce.
1923 Te f rst annual fower show of the Womens
Hospital Aid produced $102.17.
1913 Some of John Wilmots wheat averages 38 bush-
els an acre, and T.H. Broome has a piece that yields 40.
1903 A ferce storm hits the town. It started with rain
in the morning and turned to snow at noon. By night, it
was a raging blizzard.
1893 It is now open season on threshing machines.
Half a dozen have already gone up in smoke and many
more are expected to follow the same fate before harvest
concludes.
The Minnedosa
& District
Foundation
The thoughtful consideration of
Verna Averill, when
planning her Estate, continues
to provide a $2,000.00
annual scholarship to a
graduating M.C.I Student. Your
legacy could help the
Minnedosa Foundation do more.
Call Maxine Laws
at 204-867-2126
Dear Editor,
L
ake of the Prairies un-
der the jurisdiction of
the Manitoba government
is managed more like a
reservoir than a lake. Te
water levels at the Lake
of the Prairies go up and
down like a yoyo. For
years I have tried to de-
termine who controls the
discharge at Shellmouth
dam. In the past Ive been
told that Manitoba Hydro,
Winnipeg, Brandon, and
Portage control the water
levels at the Lake of the
Prairies. No one wants to
take responsibility for the
discharge of water at the
Shellmouth dam and the
draining of the Lake of the
Prairies.
Today the lake level
is nearly that of this past
winter. Currently the lake
level is at least 10 to 14
feet below spring levels.
Tis large fuctuation on
the lake has immense im-
pact on the shoreline, the
f sheries, and the cottag-
ers. If this uncontrolled
discharge continues, there
will be a bigger fsh kill this
coming winter than what
we witnessed last winter.
Low lake levels discourage
cottage development and
tourism.
It is time that the Man-
itoba government starts
treating Lake of the Prai-
ries like a lake and not like
a reservoir for the city of
Winnipeg. Te develop-
ment of the local economy
was initiated to compen-
sate the region for the lost
of farmland when the lake
was created back in the
late 1960s. Te cottage de-
velopment throughout the
lake depends on a healthy
fsheries and normal water
levels throughout the year.
Treating this lake like a res-
ervoir will eventually kill
of the multimillion dollar
economy associated with
this lake. Are you con-
cerned enough to contact
your MLA?
Yours sincerely,
Inky Mark,
Former MP
Dauphin, MB
Dear Editor,
O
ver the last weeks of
summer I have found
many graves covered with
heavy moss and they are
very hard to read. For
something to do I go to the
cemetery and clean them
the best I can.
I have cleaned 101
stones in the S.W. bottom
corner. Tey look good
and many parts of the past
I know.
I have seen the BABY
section and it really needs
help.
Tere are some very nice
stones there but 42 graves
really need help.
Any family who lost
a small loved one that is
buried in the S.W. corner,
please contact me. I may
be able to help. I cannot
promise but I will do my
best to help the little ones.
I need names and dates of
the children.
Sincerely,
Keith Marley,
Minnedosa, MB
Lake of the Prairies should
be called Winnipeg Reservoir
Childrens graves
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TOWN OF MINNEDOSA
HYDRANT FLUSHING PROGRAM
The Town oI Minnedosa will be conducting a
Hydrant and Water Line Flushing Program
commencing the week oI September 23rd until the
end oI October.
The Flushing Program will be conducted Irom 7:00
a.m. to 4:00 p.m.; Mondays through to Thursdays.
Residents may notice periods oI low pressure and
discoloration during this time. Residents may
also notice temporary disruption oI water service.
Residents are advised to check your cold water
supply Ior discoloration prior to using washing
machines, dish washers etc.
We apologize Ior any inconvenience that this
Program may cause; however it is critical that the
lines be fushed on a regularly established schedule.
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BY JANIS WAHOSKI
T
he regular meeting of the Minnedosa Legion Ladies
Auxiliary was held on September 10th. Vice-Presi-
dent Edna Pelts called the meeting to order with 18 mem-
bers present
Tank you was received from Charity Marchischuk
for donation made to help sponsor her rugby trip to Brit-
ish Columbia for the Nationals. Tank you card received
from Linaee Topham for sponsoring her to the Legion
Athletic Camp. Tank you letter received from Comox,
B.C. Legion Ladies Auxiliary for donation made in mem-
ory of Laura Parkers sister, Edna Fullerton.
A letter from Shirley Kamula, District Commander
advising members of Executive meeting being held in
Rivers Legion Hall on September 14th. Zone meeting
dates to be confrmed and election of Zone Commander
and Deputy for Zone 25, secretary-treasurer for Zone 26
and 24. Shirley also reminded auxiliary of Fun Day being
held in October hosted by Brandon Legion Ladies Auxil-
iary to Branch #3.
Letter received from Alzheimers Society about being
a cofee party host. Last year monies made from Rain-
bow Auction at Appreciation Tea were donated to the Al-
zheimers Society. Motion was made to do the same this
year.
Carol Muth gave the f nancial report, which was
followed by committee reports. Funeral Committee re-
ported they had two funeral luncheons. Marie Burgess
indicated she would need volunteers to help clean the
kitchen. Pickles are being made and still need to make
more. Arrangements were made for the Appreciation Tea
and Rainbow Auction being held during Legion Week.
Marie gave a report on the convention, which she had at-
tended in Tunder Bay this year.
Hi Reena,
I own a large cof ee
table made of wood. Te
table is full of scratches
and I cant aford to pur-
chase a new table. Is there
any way to hold onto my
table without dishing out
a wad of cash? Lorraine
Dear Lorraine,
Option number one:
Fill in the scratches with
a colour match wood
f ller pencil/crayon spe-
cifcally designed to hide
scratches. Option num-
ber two: Wipe a rag with
matching stain over wood
to hide scratches. Have a
piece of smoked glass cut
and smoothed to ft the
wood. Glass cutters may
often include rubber feet
for each corner so that
the glass cant slide out
of position. Te glass will
hide the scratches. Op-
tion number three: Have a
piece of wood cut to ft the
size of the table, cover the
wood with fabric by se-
curing it with a staple gun
and place it over the table.
Option number four: Sand
and re-stain the table.
Hi there Reena,
I have an old 1930s
cabinet - highly polished.
My husband put a bottle of
rum on top of it - and it left
a stain (it looks like some
of the f nish was eaten
away). I could have kicked
him. Ive tried furniture
polish and it didnt help.
I dont want to risk re-fn-
ishing it as A) It would be a
massive job and B) I think
its veneer on top. Can you
help? Christina
Dear Christina,
Te good news is that
you may be able to hide
the damage with a dab of
matching crayon, paint or
stain (depending on the
wood). Te not so good
news is that it sounds
as though the alcohol
stripped the fnish and
therefore the stain cannot
be removed unless you
sand and refnish; only
covered up.
Good morning Reena,
I have a side-by-side
fridge/freezer.Today I
was cleaning it out and
when I took of the tem-
pered glass top of the top
crisper drawer and turned
it over, it was very stained
mostly light brown but
also some black spots. I
do know that sometimes
when I put fresh veggies or
fruit into the crispers, they
breathe, creating conden-
sation on the underside of
the glass but I didnt really
think anything of it. Also,
the same problem does
not appear on the under-
side of the untreated glass
top of the bottom crisper.
How do I get rid of the
stain?I was washing the
glass in warm water and
dish soap; tried a bit of
borax and then soaked a
paper towel with vinegar
and laid it on for a few
minutes, all with small re-
sults. I did manage, using
signif cant elbow grease,
to scrub of some but be-
cause the underside has
a coating of sorts (which
is why I couldnt see the
black stuf in the frst
place), I was hesitate to
use anything that was too
abrasive and risk damag-
ing the fnish. Laurie
Hi Laurie,
Te discolouration
that you are describing is
very common in fridges.
You are on the right track
using mild products such
as; dish soap, water and
borax but it is the cloth
that you use that will make
all the dif erence in the
world in terms of cleaning
ease. Use a green scrubby
pad or a plastic scrubby
pad something with abra-
sion otherwise this project
is going to be long and te-
dious. Consider putting
a rubber shelf liner or tea
towel on the glass creating
a barrier between the con-
tainer and the glass.
Dear Reena,
I live in a small apart-
ment with limited space.
Do you have any ideas for
storing sheets so that they
take up less room? Eric
Dear Eric,
Here are a few stor-
age options to consider:
Fold the ftted sheet and
then fold the fat sheet
and one pillow case into a
small square. Put all three
pieces inside of the last
pillow case and fold it in
half. Now you have a neat
bundle that stays together.
When you want that set of
sheets just pull down one
pillow case and they are
all inside waiting for use.
Or lay sheets between the
box spring and the mat-
tress. Another option is to
fold sheets and hang them
in the closet. Or put extra
sheets in an empty suit-
case.
Fabulous Tips to Liven
Things Up:
When serving cheese
cubes at a party, insert
pretzels instead of tooth-
picks into each cube.
Add a pinch of cof ee
to gravy to give it a richer
colour.
Instead of mak-
ing one large meatloaf,
make meatloaf in muf-
f n tins. Tis looks bet-
ter and freezes wonder-
fully so that you can keep
meatloaf on-hand in your
freezer.
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By
REENA NERBAS
Golden Agers +55
September 16th, 2013
G
ood games this week are: Shirley Mickoski 228; Jim
Clark 160; Rea Hendry 157, 123, 115; Don Jones 197;
Fred Stonehouse 190; Pat Delbridge 130; Vivian Penner
159; Robert Hendry 248; Clay Searle 171; Gladys Murray
170; Gwen Orr 138; Hazel Stonehouse 154; Bev Chapski
168; Rosemary Hamilton 196; Vivian Cullen 167, 177; Ken
Gill 137. Good luck next week.
Bowling results
Legion Auxiliary
#138 report
7 Te Minnedosa Tribune Friday, September 20, 2013
Continued from
Page 1
We are happy that
on occasion a motorist
gets charged because that
seems to be the only deter-
rent that has any punch.
On the other hand, we
dont want to have any-
body charged for passing
a school bus because this
means that things are un-
safe for our kids. We have
a lot of stops and we have
some pretty busy places
where our buses stop, so it
is imperative for our kids
safety that people follow
the laws, explained Reg
Klassen, RRSD superinten-
dent.
Flashing yellow lights
on the school bus indi-
cate that the bus is getting
ready to stop and load or
unload, meaning they you
need to slow down and get
ready to stop. Flashing red
lights indicate that the bus
has stopped and that chil-
dren are getting on or of, it
is illegal to pass the school
bus from either direction
once its stopped and its
lights are activated. Te
only exception is if there is
a meridian separating your
vehicle from the bus.
T ese school buses
are transporting students
of many ages, sizes and
stages of development,
they make multiple stops,
short runs, long runs along
quiet rural roads and busy
highways, motorists are
warned to be mindful.
Tere is quite a bit of
support to ensure our bus-
es are as safe as possible on
highways and in the very
important job of transport-
ing this precious cargo.
Our children have school
bus ridership expectations
as well as every year, at ev-
ery school, bus evacuation
and safety is practiced, ex-
plains Klassen.
Governing school
bodies also warn motor-
ist to be extra careful in
school zones when drop-
ping and picking children
up as these can be con-
gested areas full of road
and foot traf c.
On September 16th,
the government of Mani-
toba announced amend-
ments to the Highway
Traf c Act providing local
governments the authority
to set lower speed limits in
school zones.
Local governments
will now have ability to set
maximum speeds as low
as 30 km per hour as well
as designate specifc dates
and hours when reduced
speed limits are in efect
or set the limits in efect all
the time.
All families want
their children to be safe
while crossing streets as
they travel to and from
school, says Steve Ashton,
infrastructure and trans-
portation minister while
announcing the change.
Te new regulations will
permit local governments
to establish lower speeds
in school zones to ensure
greater safety for children
in their communities.
In School Safety
Once children have ar-
rived to school, their safety
is handled by teachers,
principles, school admin-
istration and the school
community, and while
there is no way to keep ev-
ery child safe, 100 percent
of the time, these persons
are dedicated to creating a
positive learning environ-
ment.
With a policy for al-
most every occasion, both
the schools and division
have step-by-step guides
on how to best handle al-
most every situation.
We cant keep every-
one 100 percent safe. We
cant wrap them in bubble
wrap. Schools are a busy
place and kids can get hurt
but at the same time we
have some good structures
in place to ensure that kids
are as safe as possible,
says James Sheppard, prin-
cipal at Tanners Crossing
Elementary School.
Every school in the
RRSD holds ten fre drill
practices a year as well as
a lockdown practice once
a year so that everyone
involved knows what this
means and the process of
how things should hap-
pen.
Every year we de-
velop a crisis response
plan which covers any cir-
cumstance that we would
need to get students out of
the building, to stay in the
building or to lockdown
the school. Everyone in-
volved knows the order of
operations to take, who we
need to contact when and
the process we need to fol-
low, explains Sheppard.
Recently there was an
incident that occurred in
Rivers, with a suspicious
vehicle around the school
grounds and while this in-
cidence turned out to ap-
pear more emergent than
in reality, it showcased the
procedures taken by the
school and the division.
Tis recent incident
really showcased the great
communication between
all of the parties within the
division. In terms of the
chain of communication,
within a day of the incident
we had already informed
parents and re-educated
the children on the issue.
Tat is one of the benef ts
of RRSD, although we are
spread out geographically
we are still pretty small and
connected, says Shep-
pard.
Allergies
Student allergies are
another concern for many
people, and while some
may fnd it frustrating that
peanut butter is banned,
for those who sufer from
what can be life-threaten-
ing allergies it is a more
than necessary precaution.
All allergies are
processed and tracked
through school admin-
istration. All necessary
precautions are taken and
prepared for. Communica-
tion with the school about
what a child needs is the
most important factor.
An idea that one of
our teachers came up with
a few years ago is what
we call a health care plan
hockey card, what it is, is in
each class room there is a
card with the photo of the
child and then the perti-
nent health information.
So if you happened to be a
grade eight teacher watch-
ing over children in dif-
ferent grades and an issue
comes up, the information
about the child and what
needs to be done is quick
and easy to reference, says
Sheppard.
Bullying
Bullying is an ever
present safety factor in
schools. It seems as though
every year there is a head-
line about a young person
dramatically afected by
bullying in our country.
If an incident hap-
pens outside of school but
comes into the building
in any manner, upsetting
the culture of what we are
trying to create within the
school, which is a warm,
safe, caring environment
where children have the
chance to learn to their po-
tential, if anything changes
that, we deal with it, says
Klassen.
In the Jr. High it is
often put-down commen-
tary or the he-said-she-
said kind of things and in
the high school it has to
do with more intense re-
lationships. Part of this is
young people learning to
handle these relationships
and sometimes they make
mistakes and say things in
response to hurt feelings or
a broken heart as the case
may be, Klassen contin-
ues.
While every school
and division has a code
of conduct and plenty of
policies on student safety
and being free of harass-
ment, where kids gather
and grow together there is
bound to be conficts.
It is important to
constantly encourage the
kids to come forward and
ask for help. Kids see this
as snitching but what I try
to tell them is that when
you come to an adult be-
cause of confict or bully-
ing it is because you have
tried to fx it yourself and
need help. Yes there is bul-
lying and harassment at
Tanners Crossing, but I
am confdent that it is not
rampant and we do the
best to address this, ex-
plains Sheppard.
In recent years the ad-
vancement of technology
and childrens access to
that technology has grown,
presenting a new challenge
to parents and school ad-
ministration alike. Kids are
now in constant commu-
nication with each other,
they are becoming more
mobile and use of social
media sites has dramati-
cally increased. All of these
factors have culminated
to create a new vehicle for
bullying and cyber bully-
ing.
Continued
on Page 16
SUBMITTED
T
he Minnedosa Band
Parents Association
is comprised of parents
of the band students from
TCS and MCI. Te parents
meet with the band teach-
er once a month. Tese
meetings are to decide
how the Band Parents As-
sociation can support the
Band Program.
In the 2012-2013
school year the band par-
ents raised funds through
Moms Pantry, LeMontigue
and the Saran and Foil
sales. Te band parents
also volunteered for the
supervision of the students
for the December band
concert and assisted with
the June concert, where
the students showcased
their musical talents.
In the past school year
the band parents helped
send students to the Hon-
our Band held in February
in Brandon, students from
Grades 9-12 to Edmonton
in April and six students to
the International Music-
Camp in July. A portion of
the IMC funds were donat-
ed by local groups UCT and
Minnedosa Foundation. A
dessert concert was held
in March to help fund the
Edmonton trip. A portion
of the funds raised by the
association goes towards
the purchase of large in-
struments and some re-
pairs and cleaning on oth-
ers. A grant from Husky Oil
is being put towards the
purchase of a new Bari-
tone Saxophone. Tis year
Husky Oil has donated to
the band program again
to help in the purchase of
musical instruments.
In addition to these
activities and as part of the
Band Program provided by
the Rolling River School
Division, the Grades 7/8
attended the Advanced
Band in Brandon held in
April. Grades 9-12 students
travelled to Winnipeg to at-
tend the Optimist Festival
in Febuary and in March to
Brandon to perform at the
Jazz festival.
Because of the com-
munity, parents, students
and Rolling River School
division the local school
band had another success-
ful year.
Te next Band Parent
Association meeting is the
annual AGM in October.
Come join us and see what
we are about.
A musical year in review
Many aspects of safety in schools
File photo
8 Te Minnedosa Tribune Friday, September 20, 2013
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Post Honey Bunches of Oats asstd ....................................... 411gr ............. $2.99
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PC digestive biscuits .......................................................... 300gr ............. $2.99
Simple Pleasure biscuits asstd ....................................... 300-350gr ............. $2.99
PC Decadent cookies asstd ................... 300gr ...... $2.49
PC pourable salad dressings asstd .................................. 475ml ............. $1.99
PC croutons - garlic & butter ............................................ 140gr ............. $1.99
PC Decadent baking chips asstd ... 226-300gr ...... $1.99
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PC Xmeaty soft cat food asstd ............................................. 85gr ..........4/$2.00
PC cranberry or grapefruit cocktail asstd ........................ 1.89lt ............. $2.99
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Lysol all purpose cleaner ........................................................ 1.2lt ............. $3.99
Fantastik all purpose cleaner asstd ..................................... 650ml ............. $3.49
Windex glass cleaner asstd .................... 765ml ...... $3.49
Easy Off oven cleaner asstd................................................... 400gr ............. $3.49
NN garbage bags asstd ...........................20ea ...... $3.99
Mr. Clean magic eraser.............................................................. 2ea ............. $3.49
Scott Mega towels 6=9 (limit 1/family) ....... 6rolls ...... $8.99
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Kraft grated parmasam cheese ............................................. 250gr ............. $6.49
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NN canton egg rolls meat ................................................. 1.25kg ............. $7.99
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By DARRYL HOLYK
T
his past weekend,
Manitoba Canola
Growers hosted its second
annual Be Well Camp Sep-
tember 13th to 15th. MCG
invited ten participants to
come along on a three-day
educational tour of agri-
culture and its major role
in food production.
People are really in-
vested in food and have
a lot of questions around
it, explained Manitoba
Canola Growers Educa-
tion and Promotions Man-
ager, Ellen Pruden. Te
Be Well Camp connects
people back to our food
and the farmers who pro-
duce it. Tis gives them
an opportunity to talk to a
farmer directly about how
canola is produced. As
part of this tour, we con-
nect with other farmers
who are all a part of our
canola story.
Tis years camp par-
ticipants included four
chefs, two dietitians, two
food and nutrition stu-
dents from Ryerson Uni-
versity, one blogger and
one freelance writer.
Te tour set out from
Winnipeg Friday after-
noon headed northwest
towards Newdale. Te
frst stop of the tour was
at Dalgarnos Pen-Dale
Farms. Here, the crew
enjoyed a delicious ru-
ral gourmet BBQ chicken
and rib dinner catered by
award winning chef, MJ
Feeke. Following dinner
participants took part in a
discussion forum on Ge-
netically Modifed Organ-
isms with guest speakers
Trish Jordan from Mon-
santo and Bruce Dalgarno
of Pen-Dale Farms.
Camp participants
spent two nights at the
Barn in the Bush near
Russell and took part in
a number of farm visits,
each showcasing a dif-
ferent aspect of agricul-
ture. Saturday morning
began with a grain eleva-
tor tour at Fairfeld Land
N Cattle operated by
the Len Derkach family.
Other stops along the Be
Well Camp tour included
Silver Creek Bison Farm,
Orsaks Grain and Oilseed
Farm, Freefeld Organic
Farm, Wendell Estate
Honey House and High
Bluf Stock Farms. Satur-
day evening, the partici-
pants attended the Ases-
sippi Autumn Feast. On
Sunday, on their way back
to Winnipeg, the group
made a stop for lunch at
the farm of Neil and Ro-
berta Galbraith north of
Basswood.
Each year, Manitoba
Canola Growers reach
out to individuals they
feel would beneft from
the Be Well Camp, such
as people who work in the
food and nutrition sec-
tors. Chefs are handling
our food and they get a lot
of questions about food
from their patrons as do
dietitians, said Ellen. We
want to provide them with
the most knowledge and
best connection that we
can possibly give them.
Troughout the tour,
camp participants learn
about and engage in real
farm experiences. Tey
learn how farms operate,
what farms produce and
how modern technology
is being used by agricul-
tural producers. Tey also
get hands on experiences
such as operating farm
equipment. Tey just
love it, said Ellen. To
have the opportunity to
drive a combine thats an
experience you just cant
get living in inner city To-
ronto.
Participants of this
years Be Well Camp
walked away with a lot of
new knowledge and a lot
of new connections which
they can use to everyones
beneft in their own indus-
tries. MCG is committed to
continuing its education
component through op-
portunities such as the Be
Well Camp and is grateful
to the farmers who took
time away from their felds
during a busy time of the
year to share their stories
with camp participants.
It was an eye-opening, educational experi-
ence. I learned a lot about where my food comes
from, and it was great to hear the perspective of
the family farmers, - Michelle Kwan, student,
Ryerson University.
To be able to meet local farmers who have
such a strong passion and sense of pride when
it comes to their land, families and product was
such an honour. I was aware of where most of my
local products came from, but to be able to drive
a combine and actually be the smallest part of the
harvest which may be canola oil in my kitchen
was just an absolute treat, Jesse Friesen, head
chef of the Lobby on York, Winnipeg.
Comments from participants
Photo by Darryl Holyk
Be Well Camp participants enjoy a gourmet meal catered by Chef MJ Feeke
during their frst tour stop at Pen-Dale Farms near Newdale.
Touring farms and learning where food comes from
If your
label reads
Its time
to renew!
Call 204-
867-3816
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10 Te Minnedosa Tribune Friday, September 20, 2013
ON THE FARM
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By ELMER KASKIW
T
he 2013 spring wheat
harvest has produced
some record high yields
for many producers and
it will be interesting to see
how the individual variet-
ies performed when yield
data is published in the
2014 Yield Manitoba pub-
lication.
In recently released
acreage data from MASC
Insurance we fnd that
the variety Carberry was
the most popular variety
grown in 2013 capturing
31.7% of the market.Car-
berry was frst released to
producers in 2012, when
it held the number four
spot at 12.3%. Carberry
has been widely accepted
by growers because it is
considered a semi-dwarf
variety with strong straw,
has excellent yield poten-
tial and has a moderately
resistant rating to fusarium
head blight.Certainly the
lodging resistance was evi-
dent over this past growing
season.
Te variety Glenn has
again held the second spot
in 2013 capturing 16.7%
of the acres followed by
Harvest which came in at
third place with 13.7% of
the seeded acres, drop-
ping from the number one
spot it held in 2012.Glenn
remains popular due to its
market acceptance, excel-
lent yield, MR fusarium
rating and strong straw.
Te lodging resistance for
Glenn was also evident
over this past growing sea-
son. Rounding out the top
f ve were KANE at 6.5%
and WR859 CL at 5.1%.
Rounding out the topten
varieties were CDC Stan-
ley, ACDomain, CDC Ut-
most VB, CDC Go and AC
Barrie. Te older varieties
of AC Domain and AC Bar-
rie continue to see a de-
cline in acres and it will be
interesting to see how their
yields compare to the new-
er varieties under what
could be considered ideal
growing conditions. Te
top 10 varieties together
were grown on 89% of red
spring wheat acres in Man-
itoba. Te remaining 11%
of acres were seeded to
43 other red spring wheat
varieties, many of those
being reproduced for seed
production.
Spruce Tree Fall
Maintenance
Now is the time to pre-
pare your spruce trees for
winter. Te dry conditions
experienced for much of
August and September
means that the number
one priority is water. It
takes a long time to re-
plenish moisture levels
around spruce especially
if they are older more ma-
ture trees.
Te frst recommen-
dation is to water the trees
at the drip line or just past
the bottom branches of
the tree. Do not water any
type of tree at the trunk as
very little water is picked
up here and the excess
moisture near the trunk
will only promote various
root diseases. Watering
should be done slowly and
over a period of time using
a soaker or trickle hose at
the drip line of the tree
where the feeder roots are
found.

Another method that has
been used with good suc-
cess is to dig a small de-
pression capable of hold-
ing5-10 litres of water on
the upslope of the tree
at the drip line and con-
tinually fll the depression
with water slowly until
the water begins to accu-
mulate which would indi-
cate that moisture levels
around the tree have been
replenished.
Dont be fooled by
a one to two inch rain in
that it will do little to re-
plenish sub-soil moisture
levels.
Besides watering this
is also a good time to rinse
or pressure wash the tree
of dry needles and once
complete trim all dry
branches and remove all
needles and debris from
the base of the tree. Tese
needles and debris are of-
ten the source of Rhizos-
phaera needle cast spores
so their removal will help
reduce disease pressure
for next year.
On newer plantings a
light bark layer may be put
down to help retain mois-
ture and to help reduce
the potential of the needle
cast spores being splashed
up on lower branches of
the tree. Next spring once
new growth is initiated a
Copper spray or the fungi-
cide Bravo can be applied
to protect the new growth
from any additional infec-
tion from retained infect-
ed needles still on the tree.
RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF HARRISON
PUBLIC NOTICE
BOARD OF REVISION
Public Notice is hereby given that the 2014 Assessment Roll Ior the Rural Municipality oI
Harrison has been delivered to the Municipal OIfce at Newdale, MB, 108 Main Street, in the
Village oI Newdale and is open Ior inspection during regular business hours. Applications Ior
revision may be made in accordance with Sections 42 and 43 oI The Municipal Assessment Act.
Application for Revision
42 (1) A person in whose name property has been assessed, a mortgagee in possession oI
property under Section 114 (1) oI The Real Property Act, an occupier oI premises who is under
the terms oI a lease to pay the taxes on the property, or the assessor may make application Ior the
revision oI an assessment roll with respect to:
a) liability to taxation
b) amount oI assessed value
c) classifcation oI property; or
d) a reIusal by an assessor to amend the assessment roll under Section 13(2).
Application Requirements
43(1) An application Ior revision must:
a) be made in writing;
b) set out the roll number and legal description oI the assessable property Ior the
revision is sought;
c) state the grounds on which the application is based; and
d) be fled by
i) delivering it or causing it to be delivered to the oIfce indicated in the public
notice given under subsection 41(2), or
ii) serving it upon the Administrator, at least 15 days beIore the scheduled
sitting oI the board as indicated in the public notice.
The Board of Revision will sit on Wednesday, October 9, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. in the Council
Chambers oI the Rural Municipality oI Harrison to hear applications.
Applications Ior revision or complaints must be received by 5:00 p.m., Monday,
September 23, 2013 delivered or mailed to the
Rural Municipality of Harrison, Box 220,
Newdale, MB, R01 110.
Dated this 21st day oI August, 2013.
Donna Memryk, CMMA
Chief Administrative Ofcer
Secretary - Board of Revision
RM of Harrison
Box 220
Newdale, MB
R01 110

Ag report ... maintenance tips for trees


By BERYL PARROTT
V
isitors with Ron and
Beryl Parrott during
the summer were: Ger-
ald, Rosemary, Chelsea,
Spencer and Bryce Parrott
of Olds, AB; Juliette Fon-
taine from France; Robin
Forrando of Switzerland;
Bryan Cassells of Bath,
ON; Tess Huybrechts and
Lotte Esch of Belgium; Ja-
nessa Fehr of Olds, AB; Jim
Parrott of Oshawa, ON;
Bob and Helen Parrott of
Sugarland, TX; and Wil-
liam and Josie Parrott of
Boissevain, MB.
Te Franklin Memo-
rial Hall Association Inc.
held a meeting on the eve-
ning of September 16th
with eight people present.
One item of discussion
was the Heritage position
of the hall. Preparations for
the upcoming dance were
made.
A speedy recovery
to the following Franklin
residents: Harry Robinson,
Dennis Magwood, Linda
Fleger, Marilyn Richard-
son and Sean Sheridan,
and continued healing for
Bryan Sheridan.
Our condolences to
Joe, Judi and Stephen
Pegoski for the passing of
Judis mother recently.
Toughts for the day:
Happiness is not a state to
arrive at, but a manner of
travelling.
It is true that we dont
know what weve got until
we lose it, but it is also true
that we dont know what
weve been missing until it
arrives.
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Obituaries: $6.50 per col. inch.
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PETS
AUTOMOTIVE
LAND FOR SALE
COMING EVENTS
FOR RENT
PRODUCE
FARM
MACHINERY
WANTED
REAL ESTATE
Selling something? Let
our readers know! Place an
ad in Te Tribune Classifeds
starting at $9.00 plus tax. (tfn).
Signature Homestyles
new Fall/Winter line of home
decor and organizational
products are now available
to order. Great decorative
Halloween and Christmas
items (get your gift shopping
done early!). Individual or-
ders available or have a cata-
logue party to receive a FREE
shopping spree! Visit www.
signaturehomestyles.ca to
view the online catalogue.
204-867-5544. (23-tfn)
Farm free range chick-
ens and turkeys growing now,
feeding oats, wheat and corn
plus milk products, roasting
type. Chickens 5lbs and up.
Turkeys 12lbs and up. Also,
Chev S10 Diesel, 1985, low
miles, restored, new paint and
safety. Phone 204-725-4211.
(27-4x)

Watkins. Call Elaine at
1-204-761-2938 (evenings).
1997 GMC Chevy ex-
tended cab, 5.7L, 220,000 kms,
285/R16 tires, 4 new shocks,
new battery with headers,
stereo system with too much
to list. Sold as is, $3,500 OBO.
204-868-5980. (28-4x)
1989 Ford L8000 Tan-
dem Grain Truck, Air brakes,
Safetied, Diesel, 20 ft box, for
more info call 204-638-0998
or 204-868-5040. (26-3x)
Red potatoes, beets, car-
rots. Phone Albert or Judy
Christopherson at 204-867-
2772. (27-2x)
Give away - kittens lovely
colours. Dalrymples 204-
867-3317. (27-2)
R.M. of Minto, NE 18-
16-17w, 160 acres cultivated.
Mail ofers to Box 182, Minne-
dosa by October 5th 2013.
Questions, phone 204-867-
7679. Highest ofer not neces-
sarily accepted. (25-6x)
Established 1901 His-
toric Bed and Breakfast. Five
guest rooms. Turnkey oper-
ation. Includes 2 houses on
large riverside lot in Minne-
dosa, Manitoba. $575,000.00
www. t i l s o npl a c e . c o m,
tilsonplace@hotmail.com.
204-867-2830. (26-3x)
Firewood. One or two
cords. Must be split and sea-
soned and suitable for wood
stove. Call 204-724-5203. (28-
2x)
UCT Bingo at Ukrainian
Hall, Tuesday nights. Doors
open at 6:00 p.m. Early bird at
7:00 p.m. followed by regular
games. License #3359 B1 and
3359 BO. (47-tfn)

Strathclair Old Iron Club
Treshing Demo will be held
September 21st 22nd, 2013
at the feld next to the auction
mart. Binder work will be at
11:00 a.m., threshing will be
at 1:00 p.m. Everyone is wel-
come. Rain Date is Septem-
ber 28th 29th, 2013. (26-3x)
Minnedosa Service to
Seniors Congregate Meal
Program serving supper
meals for seniors at the
Townview Manor 6th
foor Tuesdays, Tursdays,
Sundays starting at 5:00
p.m. $8.00 dine in, $10.00
delivered. Call 204-867-
2198 after 1:00 p.m. on day
of the meal or call 204-867-
5190 for all other inquiries.
Service to Seniors
Menu:
September 22nd:
Baked ham with apple
sauce, rolls, potatoes,
vegetable, salad, pickles,
dessert, tea and cofee
September 24th:
Meatloaf and gravy, rolls,
potatoes, vegetable, salad,
pickles, dessert, tea and
cofee
September 26th:
Roast pork and gravy, rolls,
potatoes, vegetable, salad,
pickles, dessert, tea and
cofee
(12-tfn)
COMING EVENTS
All welcome - Gospel
Services. Shared simply, sin-
cerely, and without obliga-
tion. Sundays at 3:30 p.m. at
50+ Activity Centre. For more
information contact 204-867-
3435. (27-3x)
Fall Supper at Bethany
Community Centre, Sunday,
September 29th, 4:30-6:30
p.m. Prices: Adults $12.00,
Children 6-12 $6.00, Pre-
schoolers FREE. (27-3)
Foot Care Clinic:
Wednesdays, beginning Oc-
tober 2nd, 2013. Townview
Manor. Certifed Foot Care
Nurse. To book your appoint-
ment call Linda Nylen 204-
867-2910. (27-2)
Come and help
Minnedosa 50+ Centre cel-
ebrate 5 years in their new
facility on Saturday Septem-
ber 21st, 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. Door
prizes, Displays of Activities,
Entertainment, Cake and Ice
Cream. Everyone Welcome.
(27-2)
Te Riding Mountain
Biosphere Reserve is hosting
the 2013 At Te Farm Gate
Fall Harvest Market Saturday
September 21st, 2013 at the
Rec Centre in Onanole from
10 a.m. 3 p.m. Come and
enjoy the wide variety and
quality of local arts, produce
and products. Tis classic
farmers market ofers tastes
and goods youll fnd nowhere
else! For more information or
to book a table call Valerie at
204-848-0556 or email rmbr@
mts.net (27-2)
Pork-on-a-bun Supper
Friday, September 27th, 2013;
4:30 - 6:30 p.m. Cost $10.00,
Children under 12 $5.00. Held
at Minnedosa 50+ Activity
Centre, 31 Main Street South.
Sponsored by Minnedosa
Museum & Heritage Village
and Minnedosa 50+ Activity
Centre. (27-2)
Te Minnedosa Unit-
ed Church Sunday School
Learning groups (pre-school,
school age and youth) will
begin the fall season on Sep-
tember 15th at 11:00 a.m. If
you would like to help your
children explore their faith,
we would love to have them
join us! Everyone welcome.
(27-2)
Kids Jam is back at
Minnedosa Calvary Church!
Starting September 25th every
Wednesday from 3:30 5:00
p.m. Ages 4 to 10. Any ques-
tions please contact Robyn
Dragan at 204-210-0093. (27-
2x)
50-50 Bingo: Minnedosa
Legion #138 on Saturday Sep-
tember 21st, 1:00 4:00 p.m.
License #1269. Join us for an
Appreciation BBQ on Friday,
September 20th, 11:00 a.m.
2:00 p.m. Cribbage starts on
Tuesday, September 17th at
2:00 p.m. (27-2)
Rookhurst Gardens is
selling all Perennials in all the
fowerbeds and all Lilies. Call
204-867-3326, Erna Stemmer.
Two, 2 bedroom apart-
ments. Fridge, stove, washer,
dryer. Available in October.
Phone 204-868-5579 or 204-
210-0081. (27-2)

Apartment to rent Main
St. Minnedosa. One bedroom,
fridge and stove, unfurnished.
204-874-2134. (28-2)
Cozy 1100 sq. ft. 2 storey
character home in Minnedosa.
Recent renovations, 3 bedroom,
4 pc bath, kitchen, dining room,
large living room, den and mud-
room, fve appliances, high ef -
ciency furnace, large yard. No
pets, no smoking. References
required. $1,000 plus utilities,
one year lease. Call 204-867-
3996. (28-3x)
In Minnedosa 2 bedroom
apartment. Phone 1-204-728-
8609. (28-tfn)
New 2 bedroom suites in
four-plex, 1100 sq ft, six appli-
ances included, water softener,
laminate fooring through-out,
maple cabinets, blinds includ-
ed, covered front deck, spacious
back yard. Call 204-210-2910.
(28-3x)
Wanted: Retired, non-
smoking couple to housesit our
home November to April/14.
Utilities paid. Phone 204-867-
1957 (evenings). (28-2x)
Qualifed Painter with
25 years experience. All work
guaranteed. Call Blaine at
204-874-2399. (43-tfn)
PAINTER
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Friday, September 20, 2013
The Minnedosa Tribune
HELP WANTED
SALES
COMING EVENTS
AMAZING RACE 4
KIDZ -5 Continents - 1
Day, Grades K-6, SATUR
DAY, SEPTEMBER 21ST,
9 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Minne-
dosa Covenant Church
(204 867 2810) Lunch is
provided! Tere will be
games, stories, crafts and
snacks. See you at the start-
ing line! (27-2)
You are invited to Back to
Church Sunday at Minnedosa
United Church at 11:00 a.m. on
September 29th. Lunch to fol-
low. (28-2)
PANCAKE BREAKFAST:
World Race Fundraiser for
Robyn Dragan Saturday, Oc-
tober 5th, 8:00 a.m. 12 noon
at Minnedosa Calvary Church
(52-2nd Ave. SW). Everyone
welcome. (28-3x)
Cadurcis Fall Supper at
Basswood Hall October 6th,
adults $12.00, 6 10 years $6.00,
pre-school free. Doors open
4:00 p.m., supper starts 4:30
p.m. (28-3x)
Frontier Trading Co. 151
- 9th Avenue SW, Minnedosa,
MB - Our Annual General Meet-
ing is being held on September
25th, 2013 at the above address.
All welcome to attend.
Strathclair Ag. Society
Horse Poker Derby October
6th, 2013. Registration from
10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon at same
location as last year - 7 miles
north of Hwy. #16 on PTH #354
near Strathclair or 5 miles south
of Hwy. #45 on PTH #354 near
Elphinstone then watch for
signs. Riders - $10.00 - lunch
on trail and supper included.
Silent Riders - $2.00 or 3/$5.00.
For information call Calvin 204-
365-2653 or Keri-Lyn 204-365-
2579. (28-2x)
Flea Market and Craft
Sale: Sunday, September 29th
at Ukrainian Hall (202-5th Ave.
NW), 10:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m.
Proceeds go to the Minnedosa
Heritage Village. Lunch avail-
able. Table rentals! Call Donna
at 204-867-3629. (28-2)
Minnedosa Regional Li-
brary Fall Story-time begins Sat-
urday, September 28th from 10
a.m. to 11 a.m. for children ages
3-6. Children will have fun mak-
ing crafts, playing games and
reading stories. Space is limited
so please pre-register your chil-
dren in advance. For further
information, contact theLibrary
at 204-867-2585.(28-2)
Moving Sale - Sofa and
chair; arborite table and 6
chairs; hand, yard and garden
tools and equipment; entertain-
ment centre; toys; books; wool
and craft supplies. Tree miles
east of Bethany. Two day sale:
Saturday, September 21st from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Sunday,
September 22nd from 12 noon
to 2 p.m. (27-2x)

Huge multi household in-
door garage sale on Friday, Sep-
tember 20th from 5 p.m. until
dark, Saturday, September 21st
and Sunday, September 22nd
from 9 a.m. 4 p.m. Tree kms
south of Minnedosa on Hwy #10
at Bayes Alpaca Ranch. Baby
and childrens items, horse,
poultry, pet, and cattle supplies,
gardening, sports, tools (shov-
els and forks), fence, antiques,
Halloween costumes, kids VCR
movies, books, business and
household items. (27-2)
Estate Sale: September
21st, 9:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. From
Uncle Toms, Minnedosa, ap-
proximately four miles south on
#262 west side. From Bran-
don, north on #10 to Rapid City
Junction, turn right on #262 and
go approximately eight miles,
west side of road, watch for
signs. Tools; wrenches, garden
tools; appliances; bedroom set;
DVDs; dishes; knick knacks;
wheel barrow; ladders; chairs;
heaters; tables, and so much
more. (x)
Moving Sale October 5th
and 6th, 2013 at 77-1st St. NE,
Erickson, 9:00 a.m. Many, many
tools; fshing supplies; new
shop vac; air pressure washer;
large computer desk; womens
black leather jacket XL; other
clothes; electric BBQ; bread
maker; entertainment cen-
tre; rose recliner; crocks; Blue
Mountain collection; hide-a-
bed. All must go, plus lots of free
items. If you need something
just ask, we may have it. (28-2x)
SALES
Paladin Security
We are currently hiring a part-time
Security OIfcer one day a week Ior 10 hrs
at a prestigious site in Minnedosa, Manitoba!

Qualications needed:
ability to relate well to people, be outgoing
and helpIul
ability to stay on Ieet Ior extended periods
knowledge oI the site
ability to work quickly under some stress
To apply please visit us at
www.paladinsecurity.com

We thank all those who apply but only those
selected Ior an interview will be contacted.




Heritage Co-op is presentIy recruiting for the foIIowing:

PART TIME GROCERY CLERK/CASHIER
For our Minnedosa, MB Iocation
Duties to include, but not limited to, customer service, processing customer transactions,
stocking, merchandising, facing and general housekeeping duties.

FULL AND PART TIME BAKERY/DELI CLERKS
For our Minnedosa, MB Iocation
Duties to include, but not limited to, customer service, processing customer transactions,
stocking, merchandising, slicing deli meats and cheeses, food preparation and general
housekeeping duties.

PART TIME MEAT CUTTER
For our Erickson, MB Iocation
Duties to include, but not limited to, customer service, cutting and wrapping of fresh meats,
stocking, merchandising and assisting in the deli as required.

SEASONAL AGRO NH3 DRIVERS
For our Agro Department in Minnedosa, MB
Applicants must posess a Class 3 w/Air Driver's license. Length of employment may vary
from 1-2 months.

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to:
Email: a.haywood@heritagecoop.ca Mail to: Box 1050, Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0
Or apply in person at one of our locations

www.heritagecoop.ca
We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Gladstone Transfer Ltd.


is currently taking applications
for the following position:
Class 1S drivers, super B hopper work thru
Prairie Provinces. Dedicated routes to suit drivers`
preIerred lane oI traIfc.
SuccessIul candidates must possess the willingness to
work in a team environment and work with late model
saIe equipment.
Check us out at www.gladstonetransIer.com or phone
204-385-2947 or Iax 204-385-3465.

Transport LTD.
6WUDWKFODLU0%
HELP WANTED
RETIRED HEAVY DUTY OR TRUCK
TRANSPORT
1ourneyman Mechanic
required to work part time in a truck and trailer
service and repair shop training our apprentices.
This position is available at RT`s Heavy Truck and
Trailer located in Newdale, MB. This position is very
fexible on hours and days. Applicant will be required
to do some paperwork (saIeties etc.) and some hours
will be spent in the parts dept. as needed.
This can also be a Iull time position iI preIerred.
FOR INTERVIEW PLEASE CALL
BOB MOFFATT AT (204) 365-4746
or email RobertmoIIattinethome.ca
Please send resume to:
RTM Transport Ltd.
Box 245 Strathclair, MB R01 2C0
Attn: Bob Moffatt
Fax: 204-365-4753
Email: robert_moffattinethome.ca

Permanent Part Time
Member Service
Representative
Under general supervision, guided by established
standards and procedures, the Member Service
Representative provides members with a variety oI
services related to the promotion and sales oI cash and
non-cash related deposit products and services with
courtesy and accuracy. Responding to member and
potential member inquiries, the Member Service
Representative analyzes needs and assists members to
utilize the product or service which best meets those needs.
The ideal candidate should have a minimum oI a Grade
12 diploma and related work experience in a credit union
or other fnancial institution would be considered an
asset. The successIul candidate will be a goal oriented
team player with strong interpersonal skills in both oral
and written communication.
Erickson Credit Union oIIers a competitive salary,
commensurate with the qualifcations and experience
oI the successIul candidate, as well as a benefts and
pension package.
Individuals interested in this permanent part-time
position are invited to Iorward a resume in confdence by
September 30, 2013 to:
Sharon Larsen, Manager
Member Services & Administration
Erickson Credit Union
Box 100, Erickson, MB R01 0P0
Email: slarsenericksoncu.mb.ca
We thank all candidates for their interest, however, onlv
those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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Garage Sale 120-1St
St. SE, Minnedosa. Lots of
household items including
a desk, BBQ, clothes, books.
Saturday, September 21st,
2013, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (no early
birds!). (x)
LESSONS
13 Friday, September 20, 2013
The Minnedosa Tribune
IN MEMORIAM
TENDER
OBITUARY
Total non reserved
auction sale for Mr.
& Mrs. Stan Bernes on
Saturday, September

th
at : pm. Sharp.
Location: 8 kms east of
Erickson on east side of #10
Hwy, signs will be posted.
A 1200 sq. ft. House will be
sold by auction at 1 p.m.,
no reserve bid, house to be
removed by October 10
th
.
At 1:20 p.m. we will be sell-
ing antique furniture, eg.
Black-Smith Forge (VG);
a very good dining room
suite (walnut) oak table;
plus at least one hour of
other antiques; also ap-
proximately a 2000 bushel
steel grain bin. For infor-
mation and viewing call
Timer at 204-826-2092.
Hydmans Auction Service,
Box 12, Rapid City.
IN THE MATTER OF THE
ESTATE OF THOMAS
PROSKEN late of the Town
of Sandy Lake, in Manitoba,
Retired, deceased.
All claims against the above
estate, duly verifed by
Statutory Declaration must
be with the undersigned at
Sims & Company, Box 70,
Russell, Manitoba, R0J 1W0
on or before the 4th day of
November, 2013.
Dated at the Town of
Russell, in Manitoba, this
12th day of September,
2013.
SIMS & COMPANY
SOLICITORS FOR THE
ESTATE OF THOMAS
PROSKEN
B.A. (WOODY)
LANGFORD
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
Farmland for lease by
sealed tender. Approxi-
mately 195 cultivated acres
in the following land: NW
11-14-17 WPM in the R.M. of
Odanah, NE 11-14-17 WPM
in the R.M. of Odanah. Inter-
ested persons are invited to
submit sealed tenders for the
lease of the above mentioned
acres for a Tree (3) year term,
indicating an annual rate per
acre (and the intended use of
the property). Tender clos-
ing date is October 18, 2013
at noon. Please send sealed
envelopes marked Land
Lease to Evergreen Environ-
mental Technologies Box 947
Minnedosa, MB, R0J 1E0. For
more information regarding
land and lease contact: David
MacDonald at Evergreen En-
vironmental Technologies
204-868-6104 or 204-867-
7161. Highest or any tender
not necessarily accepted.
(27-2x)
Sharons Home Cleaning
No job too big or small. Rate:
$15.00 per hour. 204-867-3659
or 204-868-6072 (cell). (27-2x)

Will do housecleaning,
fexible days and hours. I have
many years experience and
have good references. Reason-
able rates. Call 204-867-5925.
Please leave a message. (27-2x)
Need help with a family
member, friend or yourself? I
am a certifed health care aide
who lives in Minnedosa will-
ing to help in any way I can.
Anything from: housekeeping;
shopping; proctoring; assist-
ing or providing care; sitting in
hospital, home or care home;
taking you to an appointment;
providing care. I am willing
to travel with or to your loved
one anywhere they want to
go. I love to travel. Please call
me (Jaimie Bailey) at 204-724-
0518. I have frst aide and CPR.
(28-3x)
WORK WANTED
Kayla Grahams Child-
care Program has Before and
After School spots available as
well as every other day spots
for children who attend Kin-
dergarten. I run a licensed
home daycare and I am an
Early Childhood Educator.
Hours of operation are Mon-
day-Friday 7:00 a.m. - 5:30
p.m. I provide two snacks and
one lunch per day, plenty of
outside play, art, circle and
more. For more information
please call Kayla Graham at
(204) 867-5523. (25-3)
Open Private Daycare
Monday Friday from 6:30
a.m. 11:00 p.m. I have three
spots open and two part-time
spots open. Call Betty at 204-
867-3462 pr 204-210-0183 for
more information. Hope to
hear from you soon! (27-3x)
Gloria Usicks Licensed
Family Daycare has INFANT
AND PRESCHOOL SPOTS
AVAVILABLE. Located at 49-
1st Street NW in ERICKSON (1
block north of Co-op Gas Sta-
tion). Subsidy applications
available. Phone 204-636-
2729. Please leave a message.
(27-3x)
DAYCARE
Does someone you know
deserve a big round of ap-
plause? Let everyone know
with a Card of Tanks in Te
Tribune. Ads starting at $9.00
plus tax. (tfn)
CARD OF
THANKS
We would like to thank
everyone for your gestures of
kindness and caring during
our recent loss of our father,
grandfather, and great-grand-
father, John Richard (Dick)
Brugger. Flowers, food, dona-
tions, phone calls and cards
have deeply touched our
hearts in our time of sorrow.
Special thanks to all the staf
at Minnedosa Personal Care
Home for your kindness and
warmth showed to Dad dur-
ing his time spent with you.
Your compassion and in-
sight was a comfort to us all.
Tanks to Rev. Barb Jardine
for your spiritual support,
to Whites Funeral Home of
Minnedosa for the funeral ar-
rangements, to the Minnedo-
sa United Church Choir and
to the United Church ladies
for the lovely lunch served
after the funeral. May God
Bless you all. ~Te Family of
Richard (Dick) Brugger (x)

We wish to express our
thanks and appreciation to all
who sent cards, visits, hugs,
phone calls, fowers and din-
ners. Tanks to our church
family and all others for their
prayers and concerns at such
a dif cult time in losing our
granddaughter, Mackenzie.
Bless you all. ~Barrett &
Susan Nelson and family (x)
Te family of the late
Don Young would like to ex-
press our heartfelt gratitude
for all of your love, kindness
and support during Dons
battle with cancer. We would
like to say a huge thank you
to Dr. Duploy in Cancer-
Care, the doctors, nurses
and all other support staf
at Minnedosa Hospital who
cared for Don so well during
his stay. A special thank you
is also extended to all of the
family members and friends,
who came to visit, sing, and
bring food or a smile to Don
while he was in the hospital.
Tank you also to everyone
who brought fowers, food
and expressions of sympathy
or assistance with the service.
We too would also like to
thank Nathan, Brian, Bob and
Guy from Minnedosa Funeral
Home for their support and
professionalism upon Dons
passing. Tank you also goes
out to Pastor Mark Hill, organ-
ist, Donna Gibbs, Chuck and
Deb Strahl, Odanah Choir the
Minnedosa Golf Course staf
and volunteers who served
the lunch. We are very appre-
ciative of all the support we
received. ~Linda, Gaytan,
Jason and family (x)
CARD OF
THANKS
I would like to take this
time to thank everyone so
very much for their thought-
fulness during the past few
weeks. Your cards, visits,
phone calls, food and fow-
ers were greatly appreciated.
~Annette Quirk (x)
HaroldJ.
Metcalfe
July ,
HaroldJ. Metcalfe,81 years
of age,son of Arthur and Joan
Metcalfe and retired police-
man, passed away in Calgary
on July 24th, 2013.
DEATH NOTICE
Ethel Sloane R.N.
(Ethel Mabel Nielson)
October 22, 1920 -
September 21, 1973
Always adored
Always remembered
Always with us
Barry (Qatar, Phoenix,
Wasagaming)
Blair (Victoria, La Quinta,
Phoenix)
(x)
Janet Johnston
September 20, 2010
In Loving Memory
of our dear
Mom and Grandma.
Softly the leaves
of memory fall.
Gently we gather and
treasure them all.
Some may forget now
that you are gone;
We will remember no
matter how long.
Forever loved by
Melvin,
Shirley & Wilf,
Colton, Denver, and Devon.
(x)
John Richard (Dick)
Brugger
May , -
August th,
Peacefully on Saturday,
August 24th, 2013, John Richard
(Dick) Brugger passed away at
the Minnedosa Personal Care
Home.
Dick was predeceased
by his wife, Dorothy, his
parents, Hazel and Jack
Brugger, father-in-law, Charles
Grasby, mother-in-law, Mary
Grasby, brother, Conrad, sister, Velma
Nelson, brother-in-laws, Harold Grasby, Bruce Nelson, John
Vinthers, Cliford Vinthers, Jake Dyck, sister-in-laws, Edna
Vinthers, and Nora Brugger.
Leaving to mourn his passing are son, Richard (Alice) of
Minnedosa, daughter Dianne (Roland) Ruddell of Morean Lake,
SK, son Robert (Barb) of Saskatoon, SK, daughter Jean (Terry)
Jackson of Arden, MB, son Wayne (Judy) of Saskatoon, SK, son
Allan of Brandon, MB, daughter Karen (Daryl) of Elie, MB;
twelve grandchildren, Justin and Clinton Brugger, Christopher
(Christie) and Blair Ruddell, Candice (Joel)Froese, Roxanne
(Patrick) Brunelle, Chandra (Tyler) Mierau, Derek (Jen)
Jackson, Melinda (Troy) Day, Adam Brugger, Joshua Mitchell
and Lindy (Ian) Sharp and also ten great-grandchildren,
Victoria, Nicholas, Tristin, Leigh, Jemma, Ryan, Emily, Zairyn,
Samuel and Logan, his sister-in-laws Margaret and Telma,
many nieces and nephews and friends.
Richard (Dick) Brugger was born on May 22, 1923 in Franklin,
Manitoba to Hazel and Jack Brugger. He attended Glendale
School, helped his Dad farm and then joined the army in 1942.
He was a Corporal with the Royal Winnipeg Rifes. During World
War II, he served in Canada, the United Kingdom, Belgium,
Holland, and Germany. Dad very seldom talked about the war,
just that he was proud to have served his country. After the war,
Dad returned to Franklin where he began farming. He met the
love of his life, Dorothy Irene Grasby, in 1940 and on October
29, 1946 they married and started their life together farming in
the Franklin District. Raising seven children, kept both Mom
and Dad busy. Dad enjoyed being a mixed farmer. He took
great pride in the yard, mowing more grass each year. Dad had
a great love for the outdoors. He loved trapping, hunting and
fshing, and camping. After retiring from farming Dad was able
to help Mom with more of the yard work, especially the fowers.
Tey did more camping and even took a trip to Alaska with
Robert. Dads declining health caused Mom and Dad to sell the
farm and move to Minnedosa in 1998. On March 17, 2006, after
being married for 59 years, Mom passed away.
Dad always had time for the grandchildren and the great-
grandchildren. His eyes would light up when the grandchildren
brought their children for a visit in the Minnedosa Personal
Care Home.
Funeral services were held on Tursday, August 29 at the
Minnedosa United Church with the Rev. Barb Jardine of ciating.
Pallbearers were six of Dicks grandchildren, Justin and
Clinton Brugger, Melinda Day, Lindy Sharp, Christopher
Ruddell and Roxanne Jackson.
If friends so desire, donations can be made to the Minnedosa
Personal Care Home or the Alzheimer Society or a charity of
your choice.
Whites Funeral Home was entrusted with the arrangements.
Rest in Peace, Dad.
(x)
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166 - 2nd St.SE
Nice Iamily or retirement home on
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147 - 1st St. NE, Minnedosa
This 1230 sq. It. bungalow home is
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128 - 1st Ave. NW
Great starter home near school!
Shingles, siding and all windows
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bedroom and 3 bedrooms upper foor.
Large bright kitchen and large living
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Big Ienced yard.
Strathclair
Spacious 4 bedroom home on large lot
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13 D Minnedosa Beach
This cozy cottage at Minnedosa Lake is
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R.M. of Minto Farm
Very scenic Iarm with Little
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Excellent cattle Iacilities, heated shop,
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PRAIRIE MOUNTAIN
IndependentlyOwned
andOperated
Minnedosa
Stone heritage 3 bdm, 1
1/2 bath home Ieatures
original detailed
hardwood, unique
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character 5 Bdm 2
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numerous out
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$299,000
R.M. of Odanah
2832 sq It home with
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40`x60`shed, barns,
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MLS#1312319
Minnedosa
Clean 2 bdm
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Recent renos
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$119,000.
Minnedosa
Completely
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$149,900.
Shoal Lake
3 Bdm 2 Bath
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People still feel that
what they do online is
their business and no one
has the right to it, which
couldnt be further from
the truth. What you do
online is no diferent than
what you do in person,
says Klassen.
Some school divi-
sions ban technical tools,
the thing is that with a lot
of these products they are
incredibly powerful tools
that can be used to a huge
beneft in the educational
system but I think that it is
very important to educate
on using these tools prop-
erly, for positive things,
education on responsible
use of technology is a
must, says Sheppard.
Klassen adds that cy-
ber bullying is no difer-
ent from any other kind
of bullying and is not tol-
erated within the school
community.
Schools are very vigi-
lant of bullying. Te main
problem with this is that
the school doesnt often
know until incidents have
occurred several times.
I encourage parents to
have lots of conversation
with your children about
what is online. Make sure
that you as a parent have
an understanding of what
can be found online. If
your child is receiving in-
appropriate messages on-
line, save them, tell your
child not to engage. If the
situation continues or es-
calades, do not hesitate to
bring it to a local author-
ity.
While there are many
dif erent factors afecting
children, it is very much
the responsibility of the
entire community to come
together to make sure the
school environment is as
safe as possible.
My advice in regards
to school and childrens
safety in general is that it
is imperative for parents
to know what their chil-
dren are doing. Whether
they are out with friends
or walk to school, know
what is going on. Know
the route that your chil-
dren are walking, know
what streets and railways
they are crossing, who
they are walking with, how
long it takes them. So that
when they dont show up
in time, you can make a
call.
While incidents will
occur, such is life, the im-
portant aspect is that we
are all working togeth-
er as parents, teachers,
principals and commu-
nity members to achieve
a common goal, provid-
ing a healthy environment
that allows kids to learn to
their full potential.
If something hap-
pens that is school re-
lated whether it is a close
call coming home from
school, or bullying, or a
stranger in a strange ve-
hicle. Talk to somebody.
As a parent or a student,
talk to someone. Tell the
school administrator,
tell the police, let people
know what is going on.
Particularly around bully-
ing, if you are bullied and
you are afraid, you have
to tell somebody. People
cannot address a situa-
tion if we are not aware of
what is going on. We fully
expect all of our schools to
address situations as soon
as they are aware.
School safety
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