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Volume 132 Issue 48

Friday, February13, 2015

Meet Vern May,


Minnedosas New EDO

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90 cents plus tax

Clearing The Way

Photo submitted

Vern May will officially start his new position


as Minnedosas Economic Development Officer
on Tuesday, February 17th.
By ASHLEY HANKS

ern May was recently chosen as Minnedosas new


Economic Development Offi cer. Having come from
the same position in Souris, he knows the challenges of
the position, along with what residents of Minnedosa are
looking for in terms of how he is going to take his position
here and make a difference to this community.
Born and raised in Souris, May comes from a well
travelled background after being a professional wrestler
for 20 years. Being Vance Nevada meant being an independent entrepreneur and self-promoter and making the
most noise on the smallest budget possible, stated May.
In the last three years as a wrestler, he held the position of Vice President of Economic Development, working with wrestling operations, talent relations, sponsorships and press releases. All of these things are challenges
and skills that are directly transferable to his current EDO
position.

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huck
Davidson,
Presidents and CEO
of the Manitoba Chambers of Commerce was
in Minnedosa Monday
afternoon for a brief visit with the Minnedosa
Chamber executive and
its members. A meet and
greet was held in the back
room of the Town office.
The local visit was part of
Davidsons commitment
to meet with all 66 Chambers within Manitoba.
Previous to his Minnedosa visit, Chuck also visited
Chambers in Neepawa
and Carberry and was
headed to Dauphin for a
Chamber visit following
his stop here.
A small group of
Minnedosa
Chamber
members came out to
meet Chuck, share concerns and successes as
well as to hear what the
provincial Chambers umbrella may be able to do to
assist the local Chamber
and its members. More
open lines of communi-

Photo by Darryl Holyk

Local Chamber of Commerce members visit is Chuck Davidson (R),


President of the Manitoba Chambers of Commerce.
cation and networking,
idea sharing between the
Manitoba Chambers of
Commerce and its members is a valuable tool
Chuck believes in. The information, both positive
and negative, that Chuck
gathers during his community Chamber visits is
beneficial when reviewing and updating policies
and advocacy at the provincial Chambers level.

This information helps


ensure the organization
remains a strong, united
voice for all community
Chambers and its members across the province.
The Manitoba Chambers of Commerce is the
umbrella organization of
the Chamber movement
in the province. Established in 1931, it currently
represents over 10,000
business and commu-

nity members. This years


Manitoba Chambers of
Commerce Annual General Meeting will be held
in Brandon in early May.
The
Minnedosa
Chamber of Commerce
has a strong membership
of over 150. Minnedosa
Chamber currently meets
twice a month and will
hold its Annual General
meeting later this month.

Valentines Cookie Sale


At right,
Ruth Hopkins and
Garry MacDowall
display some of the
beautifully decorated
Valentines Cookies.
By ASHLEY HANKS

at the

he St. Marks Anglican Chuch Valentines


Cookie Sale last Friday
went off without a hitch!
There were many people who contributed with
homemade cookies that
made your mouth water
just by looking at them.
The Valentines Cookie
Sale was a fundraiser for
children in the West Indies
to go to summer camp.
They also provide soccer
balls and basket balls for
the children for all to enjoy. This is the first year for
the fundraiser, and hopefully not the last!

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The Minnedosa Tribune

Friday, February 13, 2015

Minnedosas New Rec Director


By ASHLEY HANKS

isa Parish is Minnedosas new Recreation


Director and is excited to
take on this role and to
try to make a difference in
this community. Lisa grew
up in Minnedosa from the
age of eleven and after she
graduated high school,
decided she needed to do
some travelling. Between
going to school in Calgary,
to back-packing across Europe to living in England,
Lisa has learned a lot of
new things and ideas that
can be brought to the table
in her new position.
When Parish moved
back to Minnedosa she
started her own business
selling Canvas Buildings,
which has done very well,

but has always wanted to


do something community
oriented. When she heard
that the Rec Director position was open, she jumped
at the chance to take it
over.
Lisa is looking forward
to keeping up with all the
activities already in the
works such as Canada Day,
the kids parade for Fun
Fest and the Day Camps
that will be held during the
summer. On top of the previously scheduled activities, Parish has some new
ideas for new recreational
movements such as Babysitting Courses, Hunters
Safety Courses, First Aid
Courses and more physical
activities in which she will
be working closely with
Healthy Active Minnedosa.

There have also been


people who have contacted Lisa in regards to Painting Classes which she will
be looking into so they can
be off ered to the public.
Parishs biggest goal for
this year is for the youth of
Minnedosa to have a positive experience with memorable events to attend and
for everyone to have fun.
Besides being the new
Rec Director, Parish is also
on several committees
within town including the
Fun Fest Committee and
the Community Development Corporation and
is hoping to get more involved as she settles into
her new role.
I want to be a breath
of fresh air for the community and to be the positive

and creative person with a


new outlook for the Town
of Minnedosa, stated Lisa.
I am open-minded and
want to work on our advertising so everyone will
know what we are up to
and can be part of the festivities.
A lot of people are
excited in the community to have the new fresh
ideas coming and Parish
wants to hear everyones
suggestions and has an
open door to anyone who
wants to come in and talk
to her. The Rec Office is
open Monday to Friday.
So, if you are in the neighbourhood, stop in and say
hi to Lisa and welcome
her.

Buddy Holly Tribute On Its Way


By ASHLEY HANKS

n a couple weeks, the


Minnedosa
United
Church will be host to a
Buddy Holly Tribute Band
that has been bringing
their energetic show to audiences throughout Manitoba and Saskatchewan for
over four years.
The band is made up
of three members, Tom
Dowden, Dylan MacDonald and Roman Clarke. I
had the opportunity to sit
down and talk with Roman
about his musical talents,
how the band got started
and what they are hoping
for when it comes to success.
Clarke came from a
musical family and was
introduced to the violin
at the age of seven, then

moved to the drums at


about nine years old. At the
age of 14, Roman started
playing with pit bands and
orchestras to get his musical talents heard, then was
off ered the opportunity to
play with a band for the
Buddy Holly Story play.
The play was put on by the
Seven Ages Productions,
produced by Mr. Buri from
Crocus Plains High School.
After having such an
amazing time and success

with the play, the band


started booking shows
separately and the CMA
Entertainment Agency became the bands agent to
get them more stage time.
Th ey currently do about
20 shows a year and are
booking their own stage
times and concerts, but are
hoping to get in at least 40
shows by the end of 2015.
We want to bring out
the demographic of people
that dont go to many mu-

sic shows stated Clarke.


Our show in Minnedosa
is part of our venturing out
into putting on our own
theatre show to small rural
communities and bringing
music to small towns.
Check out the Buddy
Holly Tribute Bands ad
in this weeks Tribune for
more information on the
show and where to buy
tickets. Dont miss out on
this unique group of musical talent!

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By Darryl Holyk

Its About Time

After years of controversy and debate, I commend


the Supreme Court of Canada for its recent ruling to remove the ban on medically assisted suicide. I have never
understood why we as Canadians were not allowed to legally choose to end our own suffering if it was our wish
during affl iction with a debilitating disease or terminal
illness. If a pet is suffering, we want to end it with euthanasia, yet if a human being is suffering and they ask for
peace, it was not allowed and they had to continue to suffer until their natural death. This recent ruling is a huge
step forward for Canada!

Skate the Lake

The frozen over surface of Minnedosa Lake comes


to life this weekend as the ninth annual Skate the Lake
weekend takes place. At press time Wednesday, team
registrations were strong with 17 Mens, five Ladies, six
Novice, three Atom, five Peewee and four Bantam. Organizers are pleased that the youth registrations include a
record number (six) teams from communities other than
Minnedosa. This years Skate the Lake will be part of the
Hockey Manitoba 100th Anniversary celebration taking
place on Sunday. For this, there are eight Minnedosa
Minor Hockey teams as well as eight out-of-town teams
from Brandon, Carberry, Oak Lake and Rivers. From
the participating team numbers alone, it is obvious that
hockey and Skate the Lake bring a good number of people to our community. In addition to this, many spectators and supporters are expected to be in town this weekend. This weekend is sure to be a welcome boost for local
winter tourism and our business district.

Love in the Air

Tomorrow, February 14th, is Valentines Day. Did


you forget to plan something special for the love of your
life? No fear, there is still time! Do something nice for
them, taken them out to a local restaurant for breakfast,
lunch or supper or pop in to one of our local businesses
and see what special Valentines gift you can purchase
so you dont end up in the doghouse, all alone on Valentines Day!

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Friday, February 13, 2015

DARRYL A.HOLYK - PUBLISHER AND EDITOR

Little Too Late To Do The Right Thing Now


By DARRYL HOLYK

ast Thursday afternoon, while in the Wheat


City, I drove past the Target store. What I saw
shocked and angered me - the parking lot was completely full! This was something I do not recall seeing since the U.S. retail giant came to Brandon just
a few short years ago. Usually, the Target parking
lot is sitting nearly empty with only a small number of vehicles parked near the building. So, why
did an overflowing Target parking lot anger me you
may wonder? Well, for the simple reason that it appeared obvious that the majority of people did not
support the store on a regular basis while it was
here struggling to survive in Canada, but now that it
is closing and there is a liquidation sale underway,
everyone is rushing out and lining up at the door
in search of bargains. What a sad society we live in!
What I find even sadder is the amount of people
grumbling and complaining that in the early days
of the liquidation sale; the discounts are not gigantic. It seems many people think Target should pretty much give away all their merchandise and lose
even more money on their venture into Canada.
Again, I wonder how many of these complaining,
selfish, bargain seeking customers were actually
regular Target supporters?
What I witnessed in Brandon last week reminded me of a conversation I had with a former
Minnedosa business owner a few years back. During the closing out sale for his business, he told me
his business had been busier than he had been in
the past few years. Had this sort of steady customer
flow been experienced on a regular basis, he most
likely would have remained open and not have

been forced to close shop. He was also shocked at


the number of people who were telling him how
sorry they were to see him closing and what a loss
the closure of his business would be for our community. Yet, many of these same people had very
seldom entered his store to support his business.
This very same scenario has happened time and
time again with businesses that are closing.
We all want businesses and merchandise variety in our communities, but in reality how supportive are we once these businesses are here? Certainly, every business has its share of faithful customers
who truly appreciate and support them, but sadly,
there are many other potential customers who, for
some reason, simply overlook certain businesses
and take their spending dollar elsewhere.
It has been stated time and time again and I
will state it once again check out what ALL of your
communitys businesses have to offer. If you dont
step foot in their door on a regular basis, how will
you know what new merchandise they may have to
offer? Without the support of regular customers no
business can survive, whether its a small privately owned operation in downtown Minnedosa or a
North American retail giant like Target. If we want
to retain the businesses we currently have and attract new ones to our communities, we all need to
shop local whenever possible and spread our hard
earned dollars around to as many local businesses
as we can, not only during discount and liquidation sales, but on a regular basis. If we dont, we
cant complain when yet another business closes
its doors. Remember, once they are gone, they are
usually gone for good!

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Friday, February 13, 2015

Doctor Shortage a Severe Situation


Letters to
T
the Editor
Dear Editor,

he NDPs failures in
health care have not only
led to a broken promise, but
have put residents of rural
communities across Manitoba at risk through dangerous shortages of doctors and
nurses.
The number of vacancies for doctors in some health
regions is alarming and has grown, long after the NDP
government pledged that every Manitoban would have
access to a family physician by 2015. Despite that NDP
promise in 2011, several Manitoba communities have no
doctors whatsoever and therefore no access to quality
health care.
The shortages are severe. The Northern Health Region has 15 doctor vacancies. The Interlake-Eastern RHA
is short 30 physicians and the Prairie Mountain Health
Region needs more than 40 doctors.
The crisis has led to community forums in several
towns as citizens try to find ways to deal with the problem.
Since forming the government more than 15 years
ago, the NDP has lost 2,300 physicians to other places
and has the worst record of doctor retention in Canada.

2005 Some 600 people gathered at Minnedosa


Lake last weekend to take part in our first attempt at
Winterfest. Some of the attractions included snow golf,
snowmobile rides, skating, hockey and frozen turkey
bowling. A chili cook-off saw 24 hot, spicy and delicious entries.

Myrna Driedger,

1985

Health Critic, PC MLA for Charleswood

Re: Paper Stories


at the Post Office

Dear Editor,

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The shortage of nurses


is also serious in Brandon
and areas of rural southern
Manitoba. The Prairie Mountain Health Region has a vacancy rate of nearly 15 per
cent, amounting to 278 unfi lled positions. The resulting
overtime hours and burnout
among nurses and health care aides will prompt even
more of them to leave for other jurisdictions.
Filling some of these positions with private nurses,
many of them from outside Manitoba for millions of dollars, is all the NDP has been able to do to address the
problem. They have no other solution.
Manitobans need a government that takes their
health care seriously, and not one that only ignores this
crisis leaving many patients with no access to care.

ithin the last six months, we have had a letter and


two requests in The Minnedosa Tribune in the Editors column about the mess of paper on the floor and
counter in the Post Office.
Mr. Sopuck, our Minister of Parliament for the Conservative Government in Ottawa, sends pamphlets every
other day. These are what are cluttering up the fl oor. Our
request is for our Conservative friends to speak to Mr. Sopuck and ask him not to waste our taxpayer dollars on his
propaganda.
Yours truly,

Ken Harris,
A taxpayer, Minnedosa, MB

Allan Sheridans deer head was judged the


best in the district. It moved on to the provincial competition and placed second at the Manitoba Wildlife
Association dinner in Winnipeg, coming in six points
behind first place. In the Elk competition, an entry by
Jim and Charlie Richards also placed second.

1975

Kiddies Korner, a co-operative nursery


school, now seeking incorporation, is functioning well
at the United Church Lower Hall. Two classes are underway, each with 15 children of pre-Kindergarten age.

1965 Minnedosa Consumers Co-op General Manager, Gordon Boyd, has announced that a new sales record had been set in 1964 with sales of $663,000 which
is a $93,000 increase over 1963 sales.
1955 A letter received from travellers from Alberta
praise the Gateway Motel. The letter states that out of
all the motels they stayed at criss crossing North America, the motel here was the best they had come across
in both accommodation and service.
1915

A good six hours of work was done by Mr.


Thos. Sharpe last week when he unloaded 32 tons of
coal for Black Brothers in that time. Mr. Sharpe is not a
large man, and he did all the work alone.

1905

Dynamite is being used for the removal of


earth for the extension of the Main Street bridge. It has
been discovered that Minnedosa sits on very rocky
ground.

1895 Who says farmers arent doing well? One


farmer just south of Minnedosa has had a crop of 43
pigs recently. They all arrived within an eight hour period.

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Friday, February 13, 2015

65th Annual Minnedosa Ladies Bonspiel


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he Minnedosa Ladies
Bonspiel took place
February 6th to 8th with
12 rinks participating. The
theme for this year was
Rockin Pajama Party
and participants were all
transformed back to their
younger days when they
participated in Pajama
Parties or sleepovers.
During the Rockin Pajama Party, the ladies
played games, put on
makeup and our banquet

was a Breakfast Buffet. A


great time was had by all.
The bonspiel included
a Calcutta, hogged rock
draw and 50/50 draws.
The rainbow auction included much sought after
prizes from local businesses including jewelry,
beauty products, gift certifi cates and fashion accessories. Friday Nacho
Night was sponsored
by the Minnedosa Credit Union. The Saturday
banquet was served by
Missy Inkster and her staff

Photo submitted

Minnedosa Credit Union event winners:


Skip - Wanda Rainka,Third - Shannon
Robertson, Second - Michelle Babcockand
Lead - Donna Scott. Presented by Carol Taylor.

McNabb. Second place


went to the Tracey MacDonald rink of Brandon.
This rink was skipped by
Denise Wilson and Tracey
MacDonald played Th
ird.
Second was Lisa Park and
Lead was Julie Muller.
Th e Heritage Co-op
event was won by the Ri-

anna Tonn rink which included Haley Surovy and


Camille Lough. Second
place went to the Dianne
Usick rink from Newdale.
Playing with Dianne were
Third Karen Dmytriw, Second Theresa Kienas, and
Lead Helen Caird.

Photo submitted

Heritage Co-op event winners:


Skip - Rianna Tonn, Third - Hayley Surovy
and Second - Camille Lough. Presented by
Carol Taylor.
with Life Members Sheila
Smith, Gladys Murray,
Olga Wityshyn and Wilma McLaughlin in attendance.
The Minnedosa Credit
Union event was captured
by the Wanda Rainka rink
from Neepawa. The rink
included Wanda Rainka
as Skip, Third Shannon
Robertson, Second Donna
Scott and Lead Michelle
Babcock. Second place
went to the Gerri Cooke
rink. Playing with Gerri
were Third Gaylene John-

son, Second Norma McTavish and Lead Andrea


Adamson.
The Minnedosa Pharmacy event was captured
by the Carole Dalrymple
rink of Minnedosa. Playing with Carole were Third
Audra Brazeau, Second
Triss Parrott and Lead Lori

Photo submitted

Minnedosa Pharmacy eventwinners:


Skip - Carole Dalrymple,Third - Audra Brazeau,
Second - Triss Parrott andLead - Lori McNabb.
Presented by Carol Taylor.

BETHANY NEWS
By GLADYS BROOME

Results February 9th

he regular and annual meeting of the Bethany Health


Aid was held at the Bethany Community Centre on
Tuesday, February 3rd.
The regular business was dealt with and monetary
donations were made to the Bethany Community Centre
and the Minnedosa Health District Auxiliary.
The Executive for 2015 is President Bobbie Parrott,
Vice President Mary Burton, Secretary Lynne Betteridge, Treasurer Barb Hopkins, Aid Representative to the
Auxiliary Gladys Broome.
We always welcome new members.

Wetland restoration
is a worthwhile venture
Wetlands moderate the eects of oods and droughts,
provide water for livestock, lter nutrients and more.

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wetland restoration projects. If wetlands have been
drained or altered on your land, contact DUC to learn
more about restoration and other programs that help
maximize the benets to you and your land.

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owlers of the week are


Debbie Tarn 183, 164
(+98T) and Ken Gill 210,
190 (+156T).
Other good games are
Bud Amy 215; Garry MacDowall 198; Rosemary
Hamilton 202; Donna
MacDonald 126; Vivian
Cullen 193, 199; Jim Clark
174; Russ Pettigrew 136,
168; Shirley Mickoski 234;
Shirley Davies 182; Geraldine Swiscoski 155; Bev
Chapski 239; Raul Chapski 167; Pat Delbridge 168;
Robert Hendry 218, 204;
Caroline Mansell 258; Vivian Penner 160; Doug Pettigrew 213, 202 and Alan
Tarn 197.

Bridge Club
Results
1st Wilf Taylor and
Mel Harvey.
2nd- (3 way tie)
a) Doug Thiessen
and Boyd Grant.
b) Linda Vint and
Gwen Manns.
c) Bob Manns and
Audrah Caughell.
3rd Carol Lonsdale
and Lois Phillips.

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Friday, February 13, 2015

New EDO Excited for Move to Minnedosa


Continued
from Page 1

position, said Vern.


Over the next year,
there is no set agenda but
there are projects in the
Moving to Minnedosa
has been an exciting deci- works, such as Minnedosa
sion for May and his fam- Regional Events Centre
ily, Minnedosa has a very and a new medical clinic.
defi nitive focus of where These will be just two of
they want to go and the the projects May will be
proof is in the resources focused on. Meeting with
they have provided for the the many community

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groups will help Vern get


to know the residents of
the Minnedosa area.
Most of what you can
learn is from the pulse of
the community, the people and what they want
to see happen, says Vern.
One of the greatest misunderstandings is that its
all about finding new busi-

ness, but new business


happens as a by-product
of doing everything else
right.
Mays focus will be on
how to take his past experiences and ideas and tie
them into what the community needs. In his opinion, Minnedosa is already
ahead of the game eco-

nomically speaking. The


Town has a firm vision of
what they want and that
alone makes it easier to
reach future goals.
Getting residents and
people outside of town interested in the community
means Minnedosa needs
to have opportunity such
as work and recreations.

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The challenge is framing


that opportunity as broad
as possible so it is specific
to everyone who sees it,
stated May. What is the
opportunity here? When
you can answer that question, that leads to new
money, new businesses,
new tourism and new residents wanting a life here.

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General Mills Cheerios asstd .............400-500g......$3.49

General Mills Lucky Charms or Cinnamon Toast ......... 330-360g ............. $3.49
General Mills Oatmeal Crisp asstd ................................. 460-475g ............. $3.49

SunRype apple juice ................................... 1lt ...... $1.19

Beneful dog food - beef .............................................................8kg ........... $20.99


PC Xmeaty soft dog food asstd..............................................624g ..........2/$3.00
Cat Chow dry cat food - Advanced Nutrition ...2kg......$7.49
Knorr pasta, rice or potatoes & sce mixes asstd ............ 120-143g ..........2/$3.00
Dare Bearpaws asstd ...............................................................300g ............. $2.49
Kelloggs Nutrigrain bars asstd ................295g......$1.99
NN original trail mix ................................................................1kg ............. $7.99
Smuckers Toppings syrup - chocolate or caramel ............. 728ml ............. $3.99
Spam Luncheon meat .............................................................340g ............. $3.49
Campbells cream soups asstd............................................. 284ml ..........4/$5.00
Campbells broths asstd .........................284ml..4/$5.00
Sapporo noodles ......................................................................100g..........4/$3.00
NN canola oil ....................................... 1.89lt ...... $3.99
NN corn starch .......................................................................500g ............. $1.49
VH plum sauce...................................................................... 455ml ............. $2.69
Kelloggs Mini-Wheats asstd .....................510g......$4.69
Robin Hood oats - quick or minute ..........................................1kg ............. $2.49
NN table syrup asstd .............................750ml......$2.09
Smuckers jam, jelly or marmalade asstd ............................ 500ml ............. $3.69
Kraft peanut butter asstd ........................................................500g ............. $3.99
Tetley tea - orange pekoe ...............................72ea......$3.49
Trop50 orange juice w/pulp ................................................. 1.75lt ............. $3.89

FM muffins - raisin bran or ban choc chip .....6x110g ......$4.99

Breyers double churn ice cream asstd ................................. 1.66lt ............. $5.99
McCain hashbrowns, pancakes, smiles or spirals.................650g ............. $2.99
McCain Superfries asstd ...........................650g ......$2.49
PC Woodfired pizza asstd......................................................410g ............. $4.99
Cool-Whip dessert topping - regular or light ...1lt ......$2.99

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Chickens, whole, fresh ........................................$2.99lb

NN pepperoni chub ...............................................................500g ............. $3.69


Carl Budding honey ham ........................................................250g ............. $4.99
Beef sirloin tip oven roast ........................................................................ $5.99/lb
Pork back ribs ........................................................................................... $3.99/lb
PC breaded chicken bites ......................................................980g ............. $8.98
PC mini egg rolls ....................................................................560g ............. $9.98

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English cucumbers ........................................................................................$1.49

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Yoplait Tubes - strawberry/cherry ....................................... 8x60g ............. $2.99
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Broccoli ..................................................................$1.99
Cauliflower.............................................................$2.99

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The Minnedosa Tribune

Building The Profile Of The Minnedosa Foundation


By ASHLEY HANKS

innedosas
Anya
McNabb, has been
busy building awareness
of the Minnedosa Foundation. Anya, a student at
Red River College, is taking a two-year program
in Creative Communications. McNabbs major is
in Public Relations and
was given the task of doing an Independent Professional Project which
consists of a year long
process, advisory meetings for process updates
every two weeks and putting together a project in
which she will present to
a board.
Students in the past
have done projects such
as written books, made
documentaries and the
like, but when proposing
her project, Anya was giv-

en the idea of doing something in regards to public


relations which then led
her to the Minnedosa
Foundation.
Knowing little about
the Foundation, Anya immersed herself in learning
all she could and developing a new website www.
minnedosafoundation.
com, newsletters, posters,
starting social media sites
and a promotional video.
McNabbs intention is to
showcase the Minnedosa
Foundation and all they
do as a Charitable Organization, get people to know
that the Foundation exists and to have residents
know more about them as
well as how more people
can get involved.
Th e Foundation is a
result of donations, which
have mostly been supplied when money has

been left in wills and estates.


Hopefully, with
all this new information
about the Foundation online, there will be a younger audience of donors.
Minnedosa Foundation awards annual grants
in which community
groups and individuals
that have projects to better the community can
apply in the month of October. In November the organization has a luncheon
where they present their
grants to recipients.
There are many projects which the Foundation
has been a part of over
the years. Some of these
have included youth soccer, youth baseball, recreational projects, arts projects, heritage, Minnedosa
Drama Club, Minnedosa
Fun Fest and Rockin the
Fields. There is also an an-

nual scholarship awarded


to one MCI graduate, the
Verna Averill Scholarship.
The foundation supports
a broad spectrum of projects each year, but I didnt
realize just how many
projects they have helped
out, stated Anya. I think
its neat how many people
they are able to help. Keep
your eyes open for Anyas
posters or take a look
through the foundations
new website for information on how you can help
your community!

At right,
Anya McNabb
holding some of
the promotional
material she has
created for the
Minnedosa
Foundation.
Photo by Ashley Hanks

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hen it comes to being


a new parent, there
are a lot of people who
are more than willing to
give you all the advice they
think you need. There will
be times you wont necessarily agree with the advice
but you smile and nod just
the same and continue to
do what works for you and
your new little family.
Here are a few tips that
may be beneficial for some
new parents
1. Supermom/dad do
not exist! You may feel you
need to do everything and
be everywhere, but that is
simply not always the case.
Take care of yourself as
well as your newborn.
2. Ask for help, and
accept help when offered.
There will be times when
you just need those 15
minutes to take a shower
or eat without a baby in
your arms. Your friends
and family are always willing to get some baby snuggles so take that offer!
Continued on Page 10

The Minnedosa Tribune

Friday, February 13, 2015

Senior Bombers Jump to Second Place in League


By ASHLEY HANKS

son ending the second period with a 7-1 lead.


he Minnedosa BombMatt Saler from Eli
ers were at it again this Halcrow and Wes Lewis
past weekend with games and Matt Saler from Wes
on Saturday and Sunday, Lewis and Brad McNabb in
taking the wins for both the third period to have a
games.
9-1 win.
Saturdays game
Sundays game against
brought a win of 9-1 over the Shoal Lake Eagles
the Miniota-Elkhorn C- brought a 5-4 overtime win
Hawks. The Bombers start- for the Bombers. The fi rst
ed the scoring off in the fi rst period was a scoreless one
period with three goals in for the Bombers while the
a row. Cory Hodgson scor- Eagles scored one goal half
ing fi rst from Shane Jury way through the period.
and Wyatt Rapsky, Michael
Shane Jury started the
Birch from Brad Lewis and scoring for the Bombers in
Mike Nicholson and Travis the second period assisted
Erickson from Cory Hodg- by Matt Saler and Wes Lewson and Wyatt Rapsky for is while the Eagles took anthe third goal. The C-Hawks
other two goals to end the
fought back with a goal half second period in a 3-1 lead
way through the period over the Bombers.
while Shane Jury ended the
The Eagles opened the
period with an unassisted third period with a goal
goal for the Bombers.
while the Bombers fought
Th e Bombers domi- back with three back to
nated the second and third back goals by Wes Lewis
periods with a combined from Brett McNabb, Trafive more goals, Mike Nich- vis Erickson with an unasolson from Wyatt Rapsky, sisted goal and Matt Saler
Wes Lewis from Matt Saler from Shane Jury and Mike
and Michael Birch from Nicholson ending the third
Shane Jury and Cory Hodg- in a 4-4 tied game pushing

it into overtime.
Matt Saler assisted by
Wes Lewis sealed the win
for the Bombers just 54 seconds into overtime with a
final score of 5-4.
It was a great weekend
of hockey and scoring for
the Bombers, Shane Jury
with two goals and three
assists, Brett McNabb with
two assists, Cory Hodgson
with one goal and two assists, Mike Nicholson with
one goal and two assists,
Michael Birch with two
goals, Brad Lewis with one
assist, Wes Lewis with two
goals and four assists, Travis Erickson with two goals,
Eli Halcrow with one assist,
Wyatt Rapsky with three
assists and Matt Saler with
four goals and two assists.
Th e Bombers currently hold second place in
the North Central Hockey
League with 34 points,
three points ahead of third
place and only four points
behind Grandview who
currently is in first place.
Th e Bombers next
game is February 21st
giving them some much

Photo by Greg Nesbitt/Crossroads This Week

needed rest time before


they take on the Shoal Lake
Eagles once again at the
Minnedosa Arena.

Minnedosa Senior Bombers travelled to Shoal


Lake to take on the Eagles. Minnedosa came
away with a win of 5-4.

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Friday, February 13, 2015

Cadet Support

NEWDALE NEWS
By RAVENS GLEN WI

e send condolences
to Albert and Holly
Shurvell, sons Miles and
Jason on the passing of
Earle Shurvell, Alberts father and to Alberts mother
Marcia and family. A private family service has taken place.
Birthday wishes to
Ralph Pedersen on February 2nd and belated birthday wishes to his sister
Marguerite Wareham who
celebrated her birthday
January 3rd. We wish both
of you many more! Jean Irwin of Sandy Lake Nursing
Home also celebrated her
birthday on February 2nd,
best wishes Jean from your
Newdale friends.
Congratulations to Lawrence and Kristina Walker
on the birth of a beautiful
baby girl and to first time
grandparents, Richard and
Frances Walker..
Friends of Evelyn Delgaty were saddened to
hear of her passing. The
Delgatys, Tom and Evelyn,
were faithful contributors
to the Newdale Horticul-

Photo submitted

F. SGT Hailey Rapsky presents a cheque in the


amount of $1,000 to Captain Amanda Gregorash
from the #9 Royal Canadian Air Cadet
Squadron. This donation is made each year by
the Hugh Dyer Branch of the Royal Canadian
Legion in support of the Cadets for their trips
such as going to CFB Shilo, gliding and any
other trips that may come their way.

ture Societys annual Flower


Show for many years, showing their beautiful glad
spikes. Our sincere sympathy to Tom and their family.
Congratulations
to
Jason and Jennifer Andreychuk on the birth of
a baby girl last week and
to fi rst time grandparents
Rick and Theresa Kienas of
Newdale and Auntie Sarah
of Brandon. Shes a little
sweetheart for great-grandmothers, Ida Andreychuk
of Sandy Lake and Doreen
Kienas of Minnedosa and
all the relatives on both
sides of her family.
We were delighted
to hear that Lana Watson
and Alan McDougal won
the English Mixed Doubles
curling
championship
and will be headed to Sochi, Russia for the World
Championships. Lana is
the daughter of Dale and
Roberta Watson of Strathclair and has lived in England for several years. This
two-person curling sport is
relatively new, but you may
have seen it played during
the Continental Cup se-

ries over the last few years.


Lana also played competitively with Lois Fowlers rink
while she lived in Brandon
and we believe Lois Canadian Senior Ladies rink
will be attending the Senior
Mens and Ladies World
Championships, also being
held in Sochi.
Strathclair
Dinner
Chorus performed their
fi nal concert of their 25
Years of Harmony season
at the community hall on
February 7th. Not many
of the performers that performed in the first concert
would ever believe this
group would be singing
together for this long but,
plans are already starting
for the 26th season of song!
It began as a money-maker
for the Theatre to help with
the many expansions that
have taken place over the
dramas 30+ successful
seasons. A special presentation was made by Neil
Gamey to their long time
pianist Linda Earl who is retiring, this has been a huge
commitment over many
years for Linda.

West-Man Foot Clinic Inc.


Podiatrists

D3000 Victoria Avenue, Brandon, MB R7B 3Y3

Dr. Michael J. Ball


will be conducting Podiatry Clinics at
the Minnedosa Hospital

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Parent
Tips
Continued from
Page 8
3. Sleep while baby is
sleeping. Sleepless nights
can take a toll on new parents and one of the best
ways to get sleep is to sleep
while baby is sleeping. The
house chores can always
wait!
4. Never compare
yourself to another parent.
Each person is an individual and each parent will
do things differently, so
always know you are doing
what is best for you.
5. Never feel guilty
about taking time for yourself away from your baby.
You will always need time
to re-coup and re-group,
so take the time you can to
relax.
Even with all the advice and child rearing
books out there, there has
always been one piece of
advice that has stuck with
me throughout the years
- slow down and embrace
every moment as it can
go by too quickly. Also,
kiss and hug your kids often and tell them you love
them everyday!

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FOR SALE
1998 Flexicoil 5000,
28 ft with 1700 Air Cart, liquid Green Drop Kit, Atom
Jet Openers, on board Seed
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tank. Excellent condition.
Asking $30,000.00 OBO. 1980
4386 IHC 4WD Tractor, 4700
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no chopper, always shedded,
Call 204-867-0314 or 204-8670367. (47-3) x

Celebrity scooter, PDG


Stellar GL wheelchair, electric
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BATTERIES FOR EVERYTHING. Automotive, farm,
construction, ATV, marine,
cycle, golf carts, solar, phones,
tools, radios, computers etc.
Reconditioned, obsolete and
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY

Polonia Poker Derby.


February 22, 2015. Registration 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
at Polonia Hall. $15.00/Rider
includes one poker hand and
supper. Supper only $12:00/
person. Supper at 5:00 p.m.
For more information call
Charlene at 204-841-2023 or
Scott at 204-476-0543. (47-3) x

SAWMILLS from only


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SAVE! NEW! WRAPPED!
Queen Pillow-Top Bed Set
$395 (Double set $375)!
8-piece solid wood Bedroom
Suite including Queen bed,
dresser, mirror, chest & 2
night stands $2,295. 12 Drawer Queen Storage Bed $595! 5
piece 42 round drop leaf set
$595. Solid wood, 5 piece Pedestal table set, 40 round & 4
chairs, $599. Power Reclining,
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close to Minnedosa. Looking
for minimum 10 acres mostly
cultivated or up to a quarter
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needed but would consider.
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Happy Birthday Albert.

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Church St. Patricks Tea and
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Ways of transportation have


changed since this young
fellow who turns 80 on February 14th went to school.
From your aunts and all your
cousins. x

Minnedosa Adult Learning Centre. Do you need


upgrading or a high school
course for employment, postsecondary education or to get
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information call Val Gawel
204-867-2519 (48-3) x
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for all their visits, prayers,
phone calls, cards of sympathy, food /baking and the
beautiful floral arrangements.
Heartfelt gratitude extended
to Dr. Davis and all the girls
at the Medical Clinic in Brandon, the nurses and staff during her stay at the Brandon
Regional Centre and Palliative
Unit of the Assiniboine Center - your caring has touched
our lives forever! Thank you to
Scott, Lynn, Denise and Marci
for the touching service, to
the Minnedosa Legion Ladies
for preparing and serving the
luncheon, to Eleanor Taylor
for her comforting music.
To Nathan and Minnedosa
Funeral Home for your kind
assistance during this difficult time (your coming to the
house to make arrangements)
it will never be forgotten. To
Breanne, her beautiful voice
and AMAZING GRACE.
WOW!!! Appreciation to all
for attending and sending
condolences when you could
not be there. May each and
every one of you be blessed
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need! And to all our FAMILY.
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every day!! Tom Delgaty and
Family

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NELLIE ELLCHUK
FEBRUARY 1ST, 2015
It is with great sadness that the
Kawa family announces the passing of Nellie Ellchuk (nee Swinarchuk) at the age of 90, at Calvary Place Personal Care Home
in Winnipeg. She spent her last
days surrounded by her loving
family before she went to be with
Jesus, her Lord and Saviour.
She was predeceased by her
husband, Peter Ellchuk, son
David Ellchuk, daughter Sandra
Kawa and sisters Annie Domaschuk, Ruby
Backlin, Jean Ramgren and Margaret Weitzel.
She is lovingly remembered by her sister Katie Shistowski,
son-in-law Dennis Kawa, grandchildren Tara Reimer (Darcy),
Tammy Neufeld (Greg), Keith Kawa (Julie), Julianne Curran
(Mark), and great-grandchildren; Bronwyn, Jackson, Hannah,
Cole, Josh, Elizabeth, James, Caroline, Kate, daughter-in-law
Darlene Ellchuk, Tanya Ellchuk, Tasha Ellchuk (Mike).
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family to Elphinstone, MB in 1929, where she lived happily on
the family farmstead for the next 80 years, before moving to
Winnipeg. She was a fun-loving, hard-working, kind and compassionate person. She enjoyed entertaining, was a fantastic
cook and most of all, she loved to spoil her grandchildren and
great-grandchildren.
Great-Granny, you will always be fondly remembered.
The memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, March
17 at Raes Funeral Home in Shoal Lake, MB.
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EVELYN NORA DELGATY


FEBRUARY 11TH, 1923 - JANUARY 29TH, 2015

With family by his side, our Dad Sam Chemerika passed away
at Country Meadows Care Home at the age of 93.
Dad was born in the R.M. of Rosedale to Nicholas and Annie
(Woywada) Chemerika. In 1942, at St. Marys Ukrainian Catholic Church in Mountain Road, he married Mary Kostenchuk.
In 1943 he was drafted to the army, serving overseas for three
years. Upon return, he and Mom went on to farm in the R.M. of
Clanwilliam and raised four children.
Dad was a school trustee for Lund School, a member of St.
Marys Ukrainian Catholic Church, a member of the Legion
(Erickson Branch), a member of the Knights of Columbus and
drove school bus for Rolling River School Division for 10 years.
He thought it was great having his son and two of his grandchildren on his bus.
Dad was predeceased by his wife Mary, son Nicky, son-in-law
Lawrence Labiuk, parents Nicholas and Annie, in-laws Eli and
Lily Kostenchuk, brothers Jack and Roy, brothers and sistersin-laws, Eli Sawchuk, Charlie Sandulak, John Sokolik, Ernie
Marcischuk, Katie Chemerika, Mildred Chemerika, Thelma
Chemerika.
Dad is survived by his son Larry (Sherian) of Neepawa, daughters; Gloria Labiuk and Linda Guspodarchuk (Ed Witzke) both
of Winnipeg, 16 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren. Also
sisters; Mary Sawchuk and Rose Sandulak, brothers;Walter
(Lucienne), all of St. Catharines, ON, Nestor (Bettty) of Niagara
on the Lake, ON, William (Josie) of Neepawa. Also by numerous
in-laws, nieces and nephews.
Dad had a great sense of humour and enjoyed talking to
everyone and anyone. He made many friends in his life time.
He held a strong love and passion for farming and continued
this with his sons. Even after he sold the farm to Nicky, moved
to Minnedosa and then to Neepawa, he would still come to the
farm and operate the tractor or combine. When he could no
longer manage this, he would still come to the farm and watch,
especially at harvest. Like they say, You can take the boy from
the country, but you cant take the country from the boy.
Rest in peace Dad we will forever miss you.

It is with deepest sadness that we announce the passing of Evelyn


Nora Delgaty after a short stay in the Assiniboine Palliative Care Unit
in Brandon. Her last days there were spent with family, love, laughter, stories and hymns. Funeral Service was held at the Minnedosa
Conference Centre, February 4th, 2015 to celebrate the life of Evelyn with family and friends and graveside service at the Minnedosa
Cemetery.
She leaves to remember and cherish wonderful memories, the
love of her life, her loving husband of almost 72 years Thomas Neil
Delgaty, daughter Doreen, son Randy (Sherry) and daughter Marie
(Ken).
Evelyn was blessed with many grandchildren: Gerri (Rob) Pringle,
Gail (Alan) Hiebert, Lesley (Neil) Armstrong, Bryon Drader, Nancy
Heide, Diane (Andrew) Saramaga, Blair (Sue) Drader, Holly Mitchell
(Don Turnbull), Tracy Delgaty (AJ McLennan), Christine (Shawn)
Rose, Brad (Tara) Delgaty, Jodi, Ryan, Pat & Amanda Fehr.
Evelyn will hold dear her 17 great children that always brought
a sparkle to her eyes: Erin, Nicholas, Karyssa, Bailey, Rachael,
John, Karen, Mac, Tommy Neil, Mia, Tori, Maddie, Jackson, Bryant,
Joshua, Victoria and Adrian.
Younger brother Cecil Jury from BC as well as brother in law Ralph
and two sisters in law Rita and Myrna.
Evelyn was honoured to have been chosen as God Parents to
Katrina and Sarah Dalrymple and will be lovingly remembered by
many nieces, nephews, cousins, friends and neighbours.
Evelyn was predeceased by her parents John and Mabel Jury, son
Dale and daughter in-law Linda.
Evelyn was born at home on the family farm where she grew up,
and attended 12 years of schooling at the Minnedosa South School.
After High School she went on to further her education at Wheat
City Business College in Brandon and after graduation she took her
first job as a Stenographer with St. Johns Law Office in Minnedosa.
On February 6th,1943, Evelyn married Thomas Neil Delgaty whom
she shared her life with for the next (just shy of) 72 years and a life
time of memories. Days after her marriage, her beloved Tommy was
deployed overseas for almost 3 years. She remained living with her
parents and continued working. Once Tommy returned they moved
to Kelvington, SK where she also worked at a law office until their
first son was born. A short time in Arborg, MB and then back to
Minnedosa where life on Del Minto Acres began its history.
Evelyn raised four children, Dale, Doreen, Randy and Marie on
Del Minto Acres and for years helped run their dairy operations. She
spent many hours/years volunteering and completing any project
that was offered to her.
In 1974 they dispersed the dairy and Mom kept the home fires
burning while Dad was away furthering his education at the University of Saskatoon preparing for the next years of their lives in His
chosen field of Ministry. Eleven years of residence in Oak River and
many lifelong friends and endeavors.
She loved her music whether it was playing the piano, the organ,
the fiddle, maracas, or even the bells; it was done with love, pride
and joy. And to those who brought entertainment to the house, no
words could express the gratitude but her smile said it all. And the
baking, the barn dances and more baking and a camera somewhere
amongst it all.
Another picture, another memory, another reflection to help us
heal the emptiness.
By caring she made our community a better place and so graciously the giving of her time. Time for Horticulture, time for Ag Society,
time for the Canvas Back Duck, time for typing (typed every single
sermon for TN), time for children, time for Sunday School.... The list
is endless but not forgotten and could go on and on about the numerous tasks that her hands have completed with much love.
During retirement years she continued to enjoy her gardens, keeping the cookie jars full, flowers and not to mention the gladiolus by
the acres (if you showed up during glad season, you were sure to be
sent home with an armful of beauty).
Everything was done with heart and soul by this wonderful lady we
are proud to call WIFE, MOM and GRANDMOTHER!!

MARTHA DUTCHAK
(nee ANDRUNIAK)
AUGUST 3RD, 1917
FEBRUARY 8TH, 2015
It is with great sadness that
we announce the passing of
Martha Dutchak at the age of
97 years. Martha passed away
at her residence in Brandon,
MB. Mom was born at Mountain Road to parents Michael
and Ann Andruniak. She was the
third of nine children and left
home at the age of 14 to work on various
farms. She met and married Michael Gregory at the age 20 and
resided in Minnedosa there after. Martha raised six children
and worked at various jobs to supplement the family income.
Mom loved her family and always concerned herself with their
welfare. Martha was predeceased by her husband Michael in
1973, her 2nd husband Harry in 1988, an infant daughter Ruthie,
her son Derek in 1958, daughter Verna in 2005, and son Stanley
in 2009. She is survived by her brother Bert and sister Sophie,
both of Winnipeg, as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
Mom and Baba will be greatly missed by her sons Wally (Shirley) of Brandon, Bert (Valdine) of Calgary, Peter (Rosemarie) of
Cardston, son-in-law Jack Szerterniak of Winnipeg, as well as 16
grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren.
Martha was a gentle, somewhat shy person who preferred a
quiet life. Her great passion was her garden which she planted
every spring and produced enough to supply vegetables to the
whole neighbourhood. Her flower beds were immaculate and
no weed would dare grow there. Every year she promised her
garden would be smaller next season. It never was and she continued gardening into her 90s.
After the passing of her husband, Harry, she shared her home
with her youngest son, Stanley, until his passing. She lived
alone in her home until failing health required her to move, first
to Minnedosa Hospital and then to Rideau Park in Brandon.
Funeral service will be held on Saturday, February 14th, 2015
at 1:00 p.m. at Minnedosa Funeral Chapel with burial to follow
in the Minnedosa Cemetery. Donation in Marthas memory
may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society.
Minnedosa Funeral Service in care of arrangements. Reverand Elgin Hall officiating. Eulogy will be delivered by Hayley
Gregory. Jessie Gregory will be playing the violin.

May the winds of love


blow softly
and whisper in your ear.
We will always love
and miss you
and wish that you were here.
For all that life has given us
and all thats left to do,
We know no greater treasure
than the days we had
with you!!
Forever in our hearts,
Tom Delgaty and Family.

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OBITUARIES
TERRY MARSHALL
APRIL 20TH, 1950 JANUARY 6TH, 2015
Terry Marshall was born in Virden to Irene and Angus
Marshall. He passed away in his home of a massive heart attack.
Terry (aka Joe Bush) was a father, grandfather, brother, uncle
and friend to many. He grew up with 2 younger brothers, Barry
(Virden, MB) and Randy (Red Deer, AB) in Virden where his love
of horses first began and continued until the end. Many hours
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defenseman and wing for four years and then in the 7th round was
drafted to St. Louis. He spent the 70s in various leagues ending his professional career in the Eastern league in Jersey. During his time with the Syracuse Blazers he
was excited to have the opportunity to be in the all-time favourite movie Slap Shot starring Paul
Newman. He finished his hockey career in Manitoba playing with the Russell Rams, Neepawa
Natives and Rapid City Old Timers.
Terry was blessed to have three daughters Kelly-Jo, Lacey and Jerri-Lynn. He instilled his love
of horses, rodeo, competition and dedication into them. They were going down the rodeo trail
before they were out of diapers and are now actively involved in a variety of associations and like
their father are forces to be reckoned with in the arena. They could also be seen driving the teams
helping out their Dad.
Terry was actively involved in the Heartland Rodeo Association and the Manitoba Team Roping Association. He was often on the road to the Lake for his therapy session with Lenny. Not
much couldnt be worked out from the back of a horse swinging a rope. He was a well known
pickup man for the CCA / MRCA / HRA / MHSR associations. Something he was proud to do and
was always willing to share his knowledge. He never had a job, how do you call it a job when you
love what you do! He was always busy doing something, be it checking cattle for brands, custom
roping, the PFRA, picking up it usually involved cows and horses.
Terry is survived by his daughters Kelly-Jo Marshall (Ollie Turel and grandchildren
Emma-Dee Marshall, Kaedyn, Karson, Kalli, Koltyn Turel)(Melville, SK); Lacey Marshall (Derek
Glenn)(Strathclair, MB) ; Jerri-Lynn Marshall (Kirk Thompson)(Brandon, MB) ; (Mother) Irene
Marshall (Virden, MB) ; Brother Barry Marshall and nephew Justin Marshall (Virden) Brother Randy
Marshall (Red Deer, AB) and nieces Ashley and Jodi and families, many friends and of course
Buddy his ever faithful travelling companion. He was predeceased by his father Angus Marshall
in July 1984 and son Dane Marshall in November 1990.
A celebration of Terrys life was held at the Brandon Victoria Inn on Saturday, January 24, 2015
at 2:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Heartland Rodeo Assoc. An ongoing
memorial award will be determined in his honour. Terrys dream was to keep the association a
place for families to rodeo. Grandparents competing with their grandchildren, a place for the
young to start and the old to finish.
Cremation has taken place. Minnedosa Funeral Service in care of arrangements.

IN MEMORIAM
In Loving Memory of
ELLIOTT HORNER
FEBRUARY 17TH, 2010
We love and miss you.
Remembered always,
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AUGUST 17TH, 1949 - JANUARY 31ST, 2015
Judy passed away at the Minnedosa Health Centre with family at her side.
She is survived by her loving husband David, daughter Alicia (Graham) Dighton, son Jaret
(Laura Tanguay), mother Edith Johnston, and grandsons Joshua, Lucas and Brady Dighton. Judy
is also survived by her brother Clifford (Bernadette) Johnston, sister Shirley (David) Shadlock, as
well as numerous brother and sister-in-laws, nieces, nephews, and other relatives.
Judy was predeceased by her father Neil Johnston, father in-law Robert Walker, and mother
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Judy was born in Hamiota, MB. Her youth was spent in Boissevain, MB and following her high
school graduation she attended U of M and graduated with her Home Economics Degree. While
teaching in Neepawa, she met Dave Walker and they were married August 25th, 1973 at Boissevain United Church. She continued some terms of teaching in Erickson and Minnedosa after
her marriage. The next chapter of Judys journey was very important to her. She welcomed Alicia
to her family in 1979 and later gave birth to Jaret in 1982. They were her cherished treasures. Judy
enjoyed a quiet, fulfilling life in Minnedosa for 41 years with her beloved family.
Judy enjoyed the outdoors, camping, hiking, cross-country skiing, and gardening. She adored
her flowers. Indoors, many hours were spent sewing, crafting, baking, and of course nurturing
her children.
A celebration of Judys life was held February 12th, 2015 at Minnedosa United Church, with
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