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Hospital
renovations
ADELLE ELLIS
Times Reporter

The Strathmore Hospital is in the middle of a


major facelift; the provincial government has in-
vested $2.8 million into several long overdue up-
Coldest Night grades. Renovations are currently taking place.
a success Construction of the old long term care (LTC) wing
is nearing completion. It is being retrofitted to fit
several programs that require more space such as
Page 13 Home Care. Not only will the old LTC wing house
Home Care, right across the hall will be services
such as rehab, social work and transition services
so that everything can be close together. There
will also be reassigned and retrofitted rooms and
drop down spaces for visiting professionals such
as speech language pathologists and dieticians in
the same wing, along with a new reception area
and waiting room for Home Care.
The goal is to give Home Care more space
because they are very cramped where they are.
Drop-in Fun! And to have all the rehab services and Home Care
situated geographically close together, said Ann
McNair-Gariepy, RN, Site Manager of Emergent
Care and Acute Care. (This will) enhance com-
munications between programs and will serve the
patients very well. It is for existing programs with
some enhancements in their workspace and pa-
tient flow.
The most noticeable change within the hospi-
tal is the construction for Triage, which started on
587-316-2000 Feb. 20. This renovation sees the old triage com-
See our ad on Page 5 pletely boarded off as you walk through the main
doors; instead there is a temporary triage unit set
up in the middle of the emergency waiting room.
This renovation is expected to be completed at the
end of May, until which time emergency patients
Offering IV Sedation will check in at the temporary triage before go-
Dr. Ashkan Hamzehi DDS ing to admitting and then waiting to be seen by
Dr. Jungsoo kim DDS a doctor.
Dr. Arzy Kafrouny DDS
General Practice Family Dentistry We made a request to the planning group that
triage be addressed first because we wanted to
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Strathmore, AB 403.934.5292 provide better flow and security for the staff and
www.theranchdentalcentre.com patients, said McNair-Gariepy adding that they
are completing as much as they can as fast as they
can and as fast as the site will tolerate it.
Look on Page 4 for Once the triage renovations are complete, it will
Town of Strathmore
Municipal Notices
be a completely revamped area with a straight
flow into the emergency area. There will also be Putt and Play!
a controlled entry so that patients can speak with Children were welcomed to join in a round of mini-golf at the Strathmore Library on
Contact Us Today! the triage nurse, but it will be an invited entry into Feb. 21. The library set up a nine-hole course around the library that weaved in and out
403.934.5589 the space. The emergency department will also be the isles of books. Board games were also set up to play as well as a PlayStation 4 for
info@strathmoretimes.com able to be completely locked down in an emer- children whose golfing skills werent up to par. Emma Bruce, 5, enjoys putting her way
gency such as a threatening character. through the library.
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YOUR WEEKLY
HEALTH ADVICE

Gord Morck
Pharmacist

Capsule Comments
March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness
Month in Canada. People over the age of 50 are more
at risk of colorectal cancer. Preliminary screening
happens at your checkup with your doctor who
will give you information on how to collect a stool Terrific Terrariums
sample to test for blood in the feces. Its called the Participants created
FIT test and is much simpler than the older method beautiful and unique
that required dietary and drug restrictions. Rocks and Rings terrariums out of sand,
Part of the accepted good ideas for keeping your Students from Grades 1-5 at Wheatland Crossing rocks, moss, shells and
teeth and gums healthy is to restrict the use of sugar- School learned how to curl through the popular a live tropical plant or
containing beverages. But it isnt only the sugar Rocks and Rings program on Feb. 16. Students
thats the culprit. These products are often high in
cactus in the middle. The
learned how to curl, learned the special names workshop, put on by Em-
acid which can weaken the tooth enamel.
in curling, and most importantly, how fun curl- ily Gillis from Zenscapes
Its a good idea to rinse the mouth afterwards and if ing is. Associate Principal Sean Latta believes
you are going to brush your teeth, wait a half hour to by Emily, was hosted by
it is important to involve students in grassroots the Strathmore Library
avoid damaging the enamel.
sports such as curling because it holds the fabric on Feb. 21 as a fundrais-
The National Health Service in the U.K. is piloting
of small communities together, and curling is very er to help increase future
a new service through pharmacies. Its a walk in
important in most small rural towns. The school programs and services at
sore throat test and treat program where a throat
swab is taken in the pharmacy and new technology
Strathmore RCMP is hopes to run a junior curling program next year. the library.
can determine whether its a strep throat condition investigating a theft from Adelle Ellis Photo Adelle Ellis Photos
or not. If positive, an antibiotic can be dispensed.
The purpose is to take the pressure off doctors seeing vehicle that occurred at
many sore throats and of course save money.
Prior to 1971, if someone suddenly fell to the
ground with a heart attack, he often died right there
approximately 2:00 a.m on Park
Road in Strathmore on February
The firehall that did not move
even with many people near him. This was before SHARON MCLEAY lic Relations manager for Wheatland
cardiopulmomary rescuscition (CPR) was introduced 26th, 2017. An unknown suspect Times Contributor County.
in Canada in 1972. Today, there is always someone
nearby with CPR training and lives are saved. Have
gained entry to the vehicle She said many factors determined the
you taken the CPR course? If not, seek one out. The before taking a childs hockey Wheatland County council and fire best place for the hall that would serve
life you save may be a loved one very close to you. administration want to set the record the public, commercial interests, local
and baseball equipment. Should straight. The new Carseland firehall is industries and firefighter needs.
New Hours: you have any information that set for the new build at the chosen site The fundraising for the new hall has
M-F: 9 - 7 pm Sat: 9 - 6 pm could assist in solving this on Hwy 24 and RR260, adjacent to the been ongoing. Carseland Fire Associa-
Sun & Holidays: 11 - 5 pm waste transfer site. The site was pre- tion is tasked with raising 40 per cent
crime, please contact the viously owned by Wheatland County of the funds and Wheatland County
Strathmore 132 - 2nd Ave. Strathmore RCMP. and arrangements were made with the will come up with the remaining 60
Strathmore county to ownership for the properties per cent. Carseland is nearing their goal
Ph: 403-934-3122
File: 2017232555 with the county purchasing the old hall of $400,000. Generous donations from
from the Carseland Fire Association for businesses in the area have made the
Fx: 403-934-6474 possibility of ground breaking on the
$100,000. Disposition of the old build-
Get the latest new products, special
savings, contests and more sent directly
1-800-222-TIPS ing and site is yet to be determined. site in the spring. Stella Jones has chal-
lenged businesses in the area to match
to your email. Sign up today for the
Value Drug Mart E-letter. (1-800-222-8477) A recent media release confused
some folks, as it implied that a review their donation of $25,000 to the proj-
of the Quebec Lac Megantic rail acci- ect and Agrium will meet, or possibly
dent of 2013, was influencing officials better that donation on March 9. Along
Times TIDBITS to consider a new site. with the fire association fundraisers,
The building site was determined other individuals and businesses such
Did You Know?
through internal meeting discussions as Orica have also donated; it is a com-
An old proverb says that March comes in a like a lion
and goes out like a lamb, which means that winter is of the Fire Service Review committee, munity effort to create a safe and ef-
ending and spring is beginning. 403-934-5552 who determined the best place for the ficient working hall for the community
120 - 2nd Avenue, Strathmore new hall, said Lisa Bastarache, Pub- and highway responses.

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Showtime:
7:30pm
Closed
Mondays

March 3 - 9, 2017
Reading
together for World Split
James McAvoy,
Read-A-Loud day Anya Taylor-Joy,
Students from Crowther Memorial Ju- Betty Buckley,
nior High School spend the afternoon
Jessica Sula,
Haley Lu Richardson
reading aloud or being read to by stu-
dents from Wheatland Elementary to
celebrate World Read-A-Loud Day on 14A
Feb. 16.
Manny Everett Photos For Movie Listings call 403-934-3057
or go to www.joylandtheatre.com

Over 50 people participated in


the Coldest Night of the Year Kitras Trees Of Enchantment
walk to raise awareness for
homelessness in Strathmore Hand Blown Glass
and to support the Strathmore Made In Canada
Overnight Shelter. Participants
raised nearly $7,200 for the
shelter and walked either 5 km
or 10 km in the -16C weather.
Tyler Lowey Photos

Coldest Night of the Year successful 128 - 2nd Avenue, Strathmore


ADELLE ELLIS raising awareness and funds for the support because of an accident his 403-934-6737
Times Reporter shelter. After the walk, a hot meal of daughters were in, so he is proud to be
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Over 50 people participated in the
Coldest Night of the Year walk on Feb.
homemade stew and buns were served
to help warm participants up.
The successful walk also saw over 20
able to pay that help forward.
The shelter is also looking for other
new and unique fundraising ideas to Strathmore
Ro
25. The walk was the first fundraiser
held by the Strathmore Overnight Shel-
volunteers helping with administration
duties and traffic control. No one was
help fund the opening of the shelter.
Rodgers has a contest on his person- Denture Clinic
ter this year. injured and everyone who participated al Facebook page, that is posted as a Terry Grant Denturist
The shelter aimed for the moon but in the walk completed it without any status asking people what events they
landed among the stars as they raised incidents or troubles. would like to see in Strathmore. Any- 403.934.3877
$7,180, only 35 per cent of their $20,000 Im happy with how smooth it ran. one can go onto his personal page and
goal. We had a lot of volunteers and a pretty answer. The deadline for the contest is Complete / Partial Dentures
Its a good number for the lack of good showing, said Rodgers. Every- March 15 and whoevers answer is cho-
Same Day Relines & Repair
time we had [to put the fundraiser on], thing went very well and there are a lot sen to do a fundraiser based from, will
and for the advertising we did, said of people that care out there. win $100 cash from Rodgers himself Custom Mouthguards
Richard Rodgers, Director of Outreach Participants were happy and excited for coming up with the creative fund-
at the Strathmore Overnight Shelter. It to help fundraise for the Strathmore raiser. Custom Night Guards
was pretty good for our first fundraiser. Overnight Shelter and to raise aware- We need those ideas, we want peo- Natural Teeth Whitening
Fifteen walkers walked a 10-km path ness for homelessness in the commu- ple to enjoy themselves and get what
and five walkers walked 5km; Strath- nity by joining in on the walk. they want, said Rodgers. We want the
more Mayor Michael Ell was among One participant walked to raise whole community involved.
them. awareness that we do actually have The funds raised from the walk will
Although the walk took place in homeless people in Strathmore, and to go to finishing the sprinkler system
chilly -16C weather, it was nowhere also help support the funding for the and other renovations in the shelter.
near as cold as some of the nights that Strathmore Overnight shelter, said Su- Previous to the walk, the shelter has
homeless people must face outside at san Ruzek who was worried that there raised over $20,000 through other fun-
night during the winter in the town of may not be enough walkers and was draisers such as Helping Hands events
Strathmore and elsewhere in the prov- pleased to see over 50 people show up. and donations. The Town of Strath- 413 - 3rd St. Strathmore
ince. (Its an) outstanding cause (and) un- more matched those funds of $20,000
Walkers were prepared for the frigid fortunately its necessary. We just need to the Strathmore Overnight Shelter; Times TIDBITS
walk, geared up in winter jackets and to make support available for those that money will be going towards op- Did You Know?
boots and in the free Coldest Night of who are in need for the short term, eration costs. The expression mad as a March hare dates back to
the Year toques that each walker re- said Don Derraugh who added that in The Strathmore Overnight Shelter 1529. It refers to the wild behaviour of male hares dur-
ceived as a thank you for walking and the past his daughters and he needed hopes to open in late spring. ing the mating season in March.

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THANK YOU
The management from the Strathmore Aquatic
Centre would like to thank the patrons who
participated in the Filming of the Red Cross
educational videos. On February 7, 8, 9 2017,
members from the Canadian Red Cross were at the
Aquatic Centre filming video footage to use in their
educational excerpts. The Red Cross will use the

The next regular footage to help train and educate future instructors
in aquatics. They use the footage to show different

Council Meeting options of certain skills, holds, and overall teaching


criteria. We would like to thank those that

will be participated in Town Lessons and for their patience


throughout the process. Those students who

March 15, 2017 were here during school board lessons, for all the
excitement you brought with you! And to all of our

at 6 pm instructors who were flexible and reliable during the


shoot. The pool is hoping to have a movie night so
that those who participated can see what the final
footage holds and you can see yourself as a star!

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The Town of Strathmore has
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The legal address of the land is as
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SE 12-24-25-W4
NW 12-24-25-W4 (9110086;1)
SW 12-24-25-W4
NW 1 -24-25-W4

The lease will be for one year with a clause


that part of it may be taken out and used by
the Town at any time during the year. The
highest tender on the property may not be
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Safety concerns for new school intersection


To the Editor to enter those gaps. The other consideration is plowing. At this point, Volker
Re: Strathmore Times, Feb. 24 article, Speed limit What these statements do not take into account is Stevin, does not prioritize plowing of this road. Often it is two-
to be reduced near Wheatland Crossing School. that we are about to be funnelling most of the stu- three days after a winter storm before the 561 gets plowed. Al-
I live near the new school (Wheatland Crossing) dents from the entire east side of Wheatland County ready the intersection at Highway 840 is frequently slippery and
located on the intersection of highways 561 and 840. into and through the intersection. This will bring un-gravelled. I would hope that once the school opens, their
Since the site was chosen, I have been concerned drastically increased traffic in the way of school bus- prioritization would change, but this is not guaranteed.
about the safety risks inherent with this site. This ses (slow acceleration) and more inexperienced driv- Further on in the newspaper article, Mr. Rolson is quoted as
highway does not have any shoulders and the pave- ers (high school students) who may lack appropriate saying additional lanes are not necessarily safer, as there is
ment is in poor condition. Although it was re-chipped judgement in gauging traffic gaps. Furthermore, a more confusion for the driver and sometimes more traffic prob-
two summers ago, the new material did not adhere majority of the traffic is commercial (farm, big rig) lems. He said with time, drivers will become acclimated to the
well to the surface. The road is rutted, grooved and which increases danger significantly. I read in the parameters of the intersection.
bumpy. article that Wheatland County council was advised I ask you gentlemen, how many young lives will we lose in
I read with interest the above-mentioned article, the numbers from the 2014 study were adjusted that interim?
in which Ralph Rolston, operations engineer, south- based on 20-year forecasts. Forecasts dont represent Sincerely,
ern region - Alberta Transportation, was quoted as reality, nor the human side of issues (e.g. driver er- Richie Klemmensen
saying that traffic assessments were completed and ror). At this point, we are about to increase a bunch Wheatland County
improvements are not necessary at the intersection of vehicles on an unforgiving road without shoul-
at this time. ders. It is my personal opinion that it is not a mat-
I quote, He noted that Hwy 561 has a 1,200 ve- ter of if someone gets killed at this intersection, but
hicle average count of traffic and is split evenly, 600 when. Although my children do not/will not attend
going to Standard and 600 going east. He said in his this school, I do not want to watch my community
experience, with this traffic load, there will be gaps grieve over the senseless loss of another young life
for entering the flow of traffic and motorists will wait (or lives).

Hospital renovations in full swing


Continued from Page 1 The hospital staff, which is more than 200 peo-
ple, wont be tripping over each other as they
Those renovations will add enough space so work, nor will they need to travel across half the
that three new beds will be gained and a total of hospital to find programs and services associated
nine beds will be available in the emergency unit. with other services on the other end of the hos-
A new medication room which conforms with pital.
AHS standards will be added, as well as access to The upgrades on the hospital have been strong-
equipment storage, a second utility room which ly championed for by MLA Derek Fildebrandt
is important for infection prevention and control, ever since he took office. He is glad to see that
a nurses station and shared space for staff. All of upgrades are finally being completed, though
which will lead to a better work and patient flow he wants to make sure that these upgrades truly
of the area. serve the community the best they can.
To complete those renovations with additional The upgrades should help ensure people with
space, the Diagnostic Imaging and Radiology lab emergencies receive timely and quality care. As
will be moving into the location where Home the local MLA Im going to be keeping an eye on
Care currently is now. Those renovations are ex- the facility to make sure local taxpayers are re-
pected to start in summer this year and will be ceiving good value for our tax dollars, said Fil-
completed this fall. debrandt, adding that the public shouldnt arrive
The lobby will also get refurbished starting in to the hospital to find a long waiting list or that
late spring. New flooring and ceiling will be in- they cant receive care in time.
stalled, and new seating will be purchased. This The reality is the Strathmore hospital is one of
refurbishing will be completed this upcoming fall. the busiest rural hospitals in the province so its
The pharmacy is currently under construction important for the hospital to keep up with the
as more space is being added and will also be growing needs of the community, he said, add-
completed later this spring. ing that as the town continues to grow, the facility
Every change that was made was made with will need to keep pace with that growth and that
the notion of mind of keeping cost at a minimum. may mean more future upgrades to accommodate
This is quite a big renovation with a relatively growth and high demand.
small amount of money. It is seen hopefully as a The hospital is also accepting volunteer Way-
temporary fix to our space issues, said McNair- finders to greet patients at the door and to help
Gariepy. them find their way throughout the hospital dur-
The current lab draw area (phlebotomy) will ing and after renovations. At least 20 people are
move across the hall into their new larger location needed to fill specific dedicated volunteer shifts
on March 13. The current phlebotomy lab will be which are four hours long.
redeveloped, starting in the middle of March and Applications can be filled out at albertahealth-
completed this summer, into the testing area for services.ca under Get Involved at the bottom
all the samples so that everything stays together of the page. Click Volunteer at AHS, select Cal-
in the same area. gary Zone, select Strathmore: Apply Online. Then
In Fall 2017, the current lab testing area will be choose Wayfinder/Visitor Program and fill out an
renovated to become a back of house emergency application. Once submitted, an interview will be
area with staff support, equipment rooms, and a scheduled. A police check will be conducted, ref-
quieter waiting space for families who need more erences will be cleared, and a workplace health
privacy. and safety clearance is needed.
I think for residents of the town and surround- These new and somewhat confusing changes
ing communities, we are going to be able to pro- will ensure that the Strathmore Hospital runs
vide better patient flow and access to programs smoother, and is safer for both patients and staff.
that are more coordinated, said McNair-Gariepy. While we are under construction, it is very
Physically being adjacent to programs you need helpful for the public to understand that we are
to work with is always beneficial and having the out of our usual environment and to please effi-
upgrades to the emergency department will allow ciently communicate their needs to the available

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Caleb Gordon, RSA graduate, actor, producer


LAUREEN F. GUENTHER think you know about yourself. And I guarantee it you (the audience), he explained. Shows like
Times Contributor will change some aspect of what you think about this, like Fever, like House, really take a moment
yourself. and say (to the audience), I see you too.
Caleb Gordon, a 2016 graduate of Rosebud School of the Gordon is producing as well as performing the So Gordon continued to expand the company
Arts, performed the one-man show The Fever at the Arts 90-minute show. hed created to produce his Final Project.
Commons in Calgary this February, and is set to perform it One of the things that they always teach you in Seadreamer, the company I created, he said,
in Rosebud in March. theatre school, he said, is that if you cant find its mandate is to produce solo work that con-
The Fever targets common assumptions of the middle-class work, make your own. nects the heart and the mind.
lifestyle. But Gordon, who graduated from Rosebud Thats its written mandate, but hes discovering
Its a play about you, Gordon said, and about what you School of the Arts (RSA) at the thats not all, he said.
end of September, doesnt seem Theres a hidden mandate
to have trouble finding acting that Ive kind of set for myself,
work. which is: we produce shows

NEWS
Last summer, he played Jesus that are not necessarily safe,
Strathmore Legion Branch #10 in the Passion Play. Hes since but theyre good, he said.
performed in two productions He plans to continue pro-
By Irene Knappe, Secretary / PR / Poppy Chair
with Calgarys Shakespeare ducing solo performances
The LA Executive Meeting is on Tuesday, the 7th, at 7 pm. Company, and acted in Rosebud with actors other than him-
We will have entertainment on Saturday, March 11th by way of The Garter
Girls Burlesque and it promises to be a risqu night! Tickets are $20 per
Theatres Miracle on 34th Street. self, starting with a possible
person for the show only, which begins at 8 pm. Not just for Legion Members, Hes now in rehearsals for Birn- one-woman show this fall.
anyone can purchase a ticket and join in the fun!! Of course, The Kitchen is ton Theatricals The Shape of In the meantime, Gordon
available for your dining pleasure before the show. Things, to open in Calgary in is set for six performances of
The March Executive Meeting is on Tuesday, the 14th, at 7 pm. Please so
note on your calendar or your cell!
March, and expects to return to The Fever in a Rosebud liv-
The LA breakfast will be on Sunday, March 19th from 9 11 am. For pan- Passion Play this summer. Hes ing room, the type of venue
cakes, hash browns, scrambled eggs, bacon, toast, coffee/tea/juice and desert, also auditioning with other com- where The Fever was first
only $8 for adults and $4 for children under 6. panies. performed by its playwright,
The LA General Meeting is Tuesday, March 21st, at 7 pm. Gordons interest in producing Wallace Shawn. Going into
The March General Meeting, open to the General membership, is Tuesday,
the 28th, at 7 pm. Please put this date on your calendar and plan on attend- was piqued last winter, when he homes allows him to really
ing!! produced and performed his connect with those outlying
Guess whos coming back to the Legion on Saturday, April 15th? Its TINA Final Project, a one-man play communities that couldnt
TURNER (Luisa Marshall)!!! Those who saw her last year know that she is called House. necessarily come in to see the
SIMPLY THE BEST and BETTER THAN ALL THE REST!!!!! Its her Lots of Love
Tour 2017! Tickets are $25 per person for the show only. Showtime is at 8 (RSA) gave me the strength theatre, he said.
pm. The Kitchen is open for those who wish to make it an evening to remem- to move forward with that and to realize that I Hes also exploring invitations to perform in ad-
ber. Please call the Legion for ticket availability. They can also be purchased had the potential to do that (producing), he said. ditional homes.
online at www.brownpapertickets.com. This event is open to the public as House also piqued Gordons interest in one-ac- Rosebud performances are scheduled for March
well, but theres limited seating, so get your tickets soon!
tor shows. 2-4 and 12-14, depending on audience interest.
HAVE A SUPER WEEK, LEGION FRIENDS! SEE YALL HERE AGAIN NEXT Instead of two actors talking to one another, To attend a performance, or to contact Gordon
FRIDAY! AND ALWAYS REMEMBER WE WILL NEVER FORGET OUR its one actor in front of an audience. And whether about arranging a performance, contact him at
OLD AND NEW GENERATION VETERANS PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE they know it or not, the actor is really talking to seadreamerproductions@gmail.com.
WE THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR SERVICE
WE ARE FOREVER IN YOUR DEBT
For further information, please call the Legion at 403.934.5119
Joint choir concert brings
Thought for Harmony in the Valley
the Week LAUREEN F. GUENTHER our hearts and in our hands.
~ Times Contributor People tell us (Harmony through Harmony) is
not like a typical choir, where you just sit and hear
Your time is Rosebud Chorale and the Calgary choir, Harmo- a bunch of songs. We actually spend a bit of time
your own, ny through Harmony, will come together for a joint on focusing on putting together a message and
concert, Harmony in the Valley, at Rosebud Church, weaving the songs in and among that message.
use it wisely; March 12 at 3 p.m. That message, he said, is intended to make
you wont Rosebud Chorale is comprised of Rosebud people reflect and think and examine their own
School of the Arts students and heads and hearts and story, and
pass this way directed by Bill Hamm. Harmony take them out of their every day
again. through Harmony (HtH) is an or- and to think bigger picture, and
to think legacy, to think their
ganization that brings together
its members musical gifts and own contributions, and to either
passion with a desire to foster so- affirm them where theyre at,
cial justice. HtH consists of two or challenge them where they
12-member ensembles, both of could be.
which will perform at Harmony Its very much a celebration
in the Valley. of music and a chance to com-
(We) see something that is a municate a message of some
deep injustice like sexual exploi- awareness and some hope and
tation, for example, of children challenge, he said.
and men and women around the The choirs will both collabo-
world, said Reid McLean Wiest, rate and listen to each other per-
Harmony through Harmonys form.
creative director, and say, can Were pretty excited about
we respond to that injustice in a that opportunity to join forces
tangible way through something there and have a larger choir
that were gifted in and passionate about? sing, McLean Wiest said. But we also see this as
Its rooted in ... doing what we think God has being a chance to celebrate each other, hear what
to say in (the Bible), as well as what is happening other groups are doing, learn from each other.
in our world, and some of the injustices that weve We really hope that (Strathmore Times readers)
come face to face with, McLean Wiest said. (Well come out to be entertained, encouraged and chal-
be) telling some of that story and how its culmi- lenged on March 12, McLean Wiest said. Were
nated in a group of people who are passionate looking forward to sharing music and message
about music, passionate about creativity, and also with them.
passionate about God and the things that break His Harmony in the Valley starts at 3 p.m, March 12,
heart. And looking to do with what Hes placed in in Rosebud Church. The concert is

Correction
In the Feb. 24 edition of the Strathmore Times, an incorrect company was reported to have donated hot chocolate
for HEAL to hand out during the Great Skate at the Strathmore Family Day activities on Feb. 20.
Back to Good Whole Foods Market and Deli donated the hot chocolate for participants to enjoy.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.
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Strathmore Learning and Innovation Center


ADELLE ELLIS ministrator, Lillian Au.
Bow Valley College and the Hon-
Times Reporter Additional programs will be offered
ourable Kent Hehr announced
starting in the winter 2018 semester. the combined $788,000 that
Bow Valley College (BVC) is invest- We are just kicking off with a few Bow Valley College and the Gov-
ing $394,000 into creating a new cam- programs and will expand into more ernment of Canada are investing
pus in Strathmore. The Government of programs and probably continuing into turning part of the old Co-op
Canada is matching the investment for education classes as well. The point building in downtown Strath-
the new Strathmore Learning and In- is we want to enable the people in more into a new regional campus
Strathmore to have a higher level of for Bow Valley College, titled the
novation Centre.
Strathmore Learning and Inno-
The centre will take residence in the qualifications and skill levels within vation Centre. June Diment (l-r),
old Co-op building in the downtown the local community that enable them Michael Ell, Kent Hehr, Laura Jo
area. The BVC build will start in April to get into a wider range of work, said Gunter and Charlene Tomlinson.
and they will be the first people in the Diment. Photo Courtesy of
building. The new location is expected The regional campus will also be of- Bow Valley College
to be open in time for the Fall 2017 fering four business incubator spaces,
semester. which no other regional campuses need to have the right skills; the more that is to new businesses.
As the population has been growing currently offer. Those spaces, on the highly skilled people youve got in a Its really a win/win by having a
in Strathmore and as new employers campus, will be available to someone town, the more economically attractive bigger regional campus in Strathmore.
have come in, weve noticed that the who may be a budding entrepreneur
needs of the community have changed, or someone who already has a busi-
said June Diment, Director of Regional ness but is working in their home and
Steward with Bow Valley College. We would like to move out of working
find there is an increased demand in from home.
people wanting more post-secondary By the time the center opens they
programs and essential skills train- will also be offering a series of adult
ing. This institution realized they need workshops, events and inspirational
a bigger space to accommodate the activities with outside and local ex-
needs for either post-secondary educa- perts to support budding entrepre-
tion or for entrepreneurship training. neurs or people who have already
The combined $788,000 will go into started a small business.
turning part of the old Co-op building The Wheatland Adult Learning
into the new Strathmore campus for Council is also moving into the space
BVC. The funds from the federal gov- with BVC.
ernment will be put into infrastructure Its like a one-stop-shop where you
changes to make the old retail space can get all your adult learning needs in
look like a campus, including internal one place, said Diment. We wanted
wall changes, classroom structure, and this to be a community hub. We want
incubators. The funding from the col- this to help promote a really lively
lege will be going to things such as col- downtown hub that all members of
lege furniture, desks and chairs, and to
technology such as computers, work
the community can access and use in
both daytime and evening. We think
In support of local Veterans and their Families
stations, and smart boards in the class- that having the college in that building
will also attract other organizations to
Saturday March 11
rooms so they can use technology to
link the Strathmore campus with other come into the building. 230 2nd Ave, Strathmore, AB
campuses. BVC will also be looking at offering
programs for seniors, similar to pro-
Come for dinner and stay for the show
Currently, BVC Strathmore operates
out of a single room in the Strathmore grams they currently offer at other re- The Garter girls hit the stage at 8 pm
Library and offers up only two pro- gional campuses.
grams: a one-year Medical Assistant BVC believes that the need for a larg- $20 (Show only) Call 403.934.5119 for tickets
certificate and a one-year Hospital Unit er post-secondary and adult learning
institution is past due in Strathmore,
Clerk certificate.
By moving into a larger space, the and that by creating the Strathmore
Attention ALL DART PLAYERS
college will be able to offer up more Learning and Innovation centre and by Looking for something to do on
programs and services to the residents offering more classes, it will not only Saturday afternoons.
of Strathmore. benefit the students who will be gain-
Come and join us at the Royal Canadian Legion
Starting in the fall 2017 semester, ing higher education, but it will also
interested students may also take a benefit Strathmores economy. located at 230 2nd Ave downtown Strathmore
two-year Practical Nurse diploma and The more people in Strathmore every Saturday at 1:00 p.m. for drop in darts.
a two-year Business Administration di- who are highly qualified, the more dy-
ploma. namic the economy will become and You do not have to be a Legion member or a
They are currently accepting applica- we will have more people earning Veteran to play and all skill levels are welcome
tions for anyone interested in enrolling more money and then they can spend whether you are an avid player or just a beginner.
in any of the four offered programs. it in their local community, said Di-
Applications can be obtained at the ment. The more new business that $5 entry fee. All monies paid out daily.
Strathmore Library for the next couple come into town the more employment We hope to see you there.
months, from Bow Valley College ad- opportunities it creates. But (people)

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Industrialization in Ardenode
SHARON MCLEAY the hamlet of Ardenode have requested tial property to industrial use, said F.J. development. In terms of the amend-
Times Contributor a re-designation to expand their Wheat- Bazant. This is a residential and agri- ments and work required, they would
land Blasting business. cultural community and industrial de- have to have a whole new ASP to fit
Several homeowners in the Ardenode Staff initially had some environmen- velopment is not compatible with this into the requirements of the plan, re-
area wonder if the area is targeted as tal concerns because of location close type of property. We are already both- sponded Colton Nickel, Intermediate
an industrial hub in Wheatland County. to the creek, which were later resolved ered in our home by noise pollution Planner for Wheatland County.
Several pieces of agricultural prop- with a completion of an environment from a nearby industrial business, as
erty in the Ardenode area have been study. There were two letters of objec- well as the related industrial traffic. To WHEATLAND COUNTY TAKES
re-designated as industrial sites, and tion by adjacent landowners. increase this activity, it will aggravate CARE OF FENCING
currently owners of a 54.75 acre parcel I strenuously oppose this applica- the encroachment of industrial activity The fencing contract for Wheatland
bordering the Serviceberry creek and tion to convert agricultural and residen- into a residential community. County for 2017-2019 was awarded to
I believe the county has a duty to Denico Ltd.
protect homeowners in this community Denico has performed very well
from increasing industrial development. over the 20 years and the Transporta-
Is there an area structure plan for this tion and Infrastructure department rec-
area? If so, this should prevent this and ommends that the County award the
further industrial applications in this contract for the next three years with
area, as once approved it cannot be an- an additional two, one-year optional
nulled. extensions, said the spokesman for the
Concerns outlined in the second let- Transportation and Infrastructure de-
ter were the about the effects to prop- partment. Five other companies put in
erty values, high traffic volumes, road a bid, but Denico came in with the low-
damage, safety issues and disturbance est unit cost per mile and highest rating
of natural habitat and species. on evaluation criteria. Staff anticipates

BRO-TECH
Wheatland Blasting is looking to ex- that fencing costs may increase up to
pand its business and has been in place 15 per cent in the future, as materials
for 15 years. Staff said this is a way to and labour costs rise.
accommodate growth for the area busi- There was a question from the pub-
ness owners. Council passed second lic that indicated the winning contrac-

PLUMBING
PLUMBING &
& HEATING
HEATING INC.
and third reading. tor had foreknowledge of securing the

INC. OBSOLETE AND SPENT ASP


contract two weeks before the bid was
settled.
Several Wheatland County Area Struc- Two council members said the infor-
Residential & Commercial ture Plans (ASP) have been repealed, mation was serious enough to investi-

LY O W NED considered obsolete and spent, in order gate that no process infractions were
LOCA L New Construction to comply to the provinces directive to apparent and the winning bid was ex-

O P E R ATED Renovations align with the Southern Saskatchewan ecuted appropriately. Councillor Rex
& Service Work
Regional Plans, through the Municipal Harwood suggested that evaluation
Government Plan and anticipating the sheets should be posted online to en-
Furnaces new regional growth plan for the Cal- sure transparency.
PRESTON & DYLAN CARL Hot Water Tanks
gary region.
Councillor Alice Booth questioned the COUNCIL REMUNERATION
LICENSED JOURNEYMAN Gas Fitting wisdom in taking away the re-appealed Every two years a group of ratepay-
OWNER/OPERATOR Sewer Cleaning/Camera Area Structure Plans (ASP), given all the
work previously done on them and that
ers get the chance to review Wheatland
County council members remuneration
potential development may not be al- package and recommend any changes
lowed in those areas in the future. to the policy. Changes to the policy for
Big or small, we will help you with any of If you cancel all the ASPs, how 2017 included per diem rate increase
your plumbing and heating needs! do you resurrect it later? questioned
Booth.
at less than five dollars per meeting.
Honorariums for events other than ap-
The amount of work to update these proved council or committee activity

OFFICE: 403-983-7671 to make them even slightly feasible


would be the equivalent of a whole
new area structure plan. In my profes-
go up about $40 per event. Timesheets
must be submitted to the CAO by the
first Tuesday of the following month

43 Spruce Park Drive, Strathmore sional opinion, you would almost pre-
fer to have a new area structure plan
with reciepts attached for reimburse-
ments. A written request must be made
to move forward. Ninety-nine per cent for a spouse to attend conferences and
admin@brotech.ca brotech.ca of these plans may be irrelevant with
the future plan and the master plans for
conventions with a breakdown of costs
to the county. Approval for spousal at-
tendance will be made in council as a
McBride Career 240 - 3rd Avenue, Strathmore 403-901-0664
request for decision.

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Muirfield, to develop a potential com-
Suffering needlessly with pain? mercial complex that might include a

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caf, restaurants, fitness centre, conve-
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(rotator cuff and bursitis) The second part of the bylaw propos-
Lowback and neck pain
es seniors independent living facility.
We have no proposal or permit in
(including disc injuries)
front of us at this point. To this, we

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have put our first foot forward. If coun-
Plantar Faciitis and cil moves forward with first reading, we
Achillies Tendonitis will circulate to everyone in Muirfield
March 8th, 10:002:00 Carpal Tunnel and and everyone within a half mile radius
Tennis Elbow and go forward with a public hearing
2022nd Avenue Sprains and Strains on that, said Gerry Melenka, Manag-
Bring your resume, dress for success, and be ready for on the and much more! er of Planning and Development for
Wheatland County.
spot interviews. Call and book your appointment today!
please call 403-934-4305 if you have any Times TIDBITS
questions
Your Family Health Care Team Did You Know?
Program funded through:
Drs. Jason Hollingsworth and Heather Russell Chiropractors The flower of March is the daffodil and the
Carlo Paoliello Registered Massage Therapist birthstone is the aquamarine.
March 3, 2017 Strathmore TIMES Page 13

Wheatland Society of Arts Window on


WATKINS
ADELLE ELLIS that grab their interest. I want them to
Times Reporter feel pride in their art, and to come here Traditional Toilet Bowl Cleaner .......$14.75 ea.
regularly and make this their own art Or Case of 6 .................................................. $88.50
The Wheatland Society of Arts, which club.
has recently moved to a new location, Another new program is Accessibility Medicated Ointment ................................. $10.50
is in full swing with programming tak- Art which boasts art options tailored for
ing place nearly every day and plenty people with disabilities. The free pro- Night Market
gramming takes place every second Fri-
of open studio time for artists to gather
day and runs two classes a day.
Wed. Mar. 1, 5 - 8 pm
and create art.
The society, which has been incorpo- Young at Heart Art is a free art option Teens participate in a drop-in youth art program To place an order or get a catalogue call
for seniors. It runs on Tuesdays from that runs on Wednesday evenings form 7 9 p.m. 403-934-4196 or e-mail lstillwell@efirehose.net
rated since 1986, still holds the same at the Wheatland Society of Arts studio and gal-
values and objectives as they did when 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. An instructor will

TIMES
lery. Each week a new art piece is created, such
they first opened: to encourage and pro- guide seniors in creating a specific proj-
as collages, mixed media, and paintings. On Feb.
mote visual arts; to sponsor, coordinate, ect, or on a project of their own. 15 participants created paintings of the galaxy STRATHMORE
and promote youth and adult visual arts Although free to take, a $5 donation using several different painting techniques taught
education; to secure a studio with ex- for supplies is welcomed for partici- by instructor Kari Carriere. If you live in the area
Adelle Ellis Photo
hibit space; and, to cooperate with other pants in the Youth Art, Accessibility Art (Wheatland County, Strathmore
arts groups. and Young at Heart Art programs. erybody. & Langdon) and are not receiving your
We want to fill this building with pro- Moms (or dads) and Tots art classes WSA members are able to rent the FREE Strathmore Times
gramming, but we also want people to will start in March and will run on Mon- space to hold their own arts events and Newspaper
be aware of everything, said Brandy days from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. for classes, and they will also host birthday in your mail box please
Hebbes, president of the Wheatland So- $15 a class. parties for both kids and adults. give us a call 403.934.5589
ciety of Arts (WSA). We are making it A six-week home school art program We plan on partnering and collabo-
our job to know as much as we can pos- is also available for home schooled chil- rating with groups like the Youth Club,
dren. The program will start in early Strathmore Library and Hope Bridges so Serving
sibly know about arts stuff that is going Strathmore,
on in Strathmore. That way if they dont March and will run on Mondays from 1 that we can have something for every-
to 3 p.m. with guidance from an instruc- one, said Hebbes. Drumheller,
come here, we can at least let them
tor. The class is $180 per student and The studio houses a small gallery Airdrie
know where else they can go.
they must be pre-registered. where artists can display their work. The & Calgary
Programs include a new Youth Art
program for children and teens. Evening adult art classes are also avail- society is also in the process of talking 403-983-2121
able for $15 per class. Specific nights with businesses who would be interest- 123 2nd Ave, Strathmore, AB
Several specialized classes and proj-
ects are held throughout the month for and classes are posted on the WSA web- ed in housing art pieces made by local
Acreage with Revenue
certain age groups, with prices ranging site (wheatlandarts.ca). artists so that more of Strathmores art Potential for Sale $675,000
from free to $35 depending on the in- There is also free open studio time for is made available for the public to view. c21.ca/100840308
structor. There is also a free teen night all ages on Wednesdays from 1 p.m. to Our three big things that we have for more info
every Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. where 4 p.m. and on Thursdays from 11 a.m. going on are the classes, collaborations
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participants aged 11 and older can gath- to 4 p.m. and the art gallery, and possible busi- Industrial Shop with
er and create either a pre-planned proj- The WSA also hopes to run several art ness art galleries, said Hebbes. This so- excellent Passive
Income $940,000
ect with the instructor or work on any classes at the same time, such as a kids ciety is important so people can express www.c21.ca/101106017
project of their own. and parents class. Children can work on themselves. There are pages and pages
one project in one room and their par- and pages written of the benefits of art. Century 21 Power Realty.ca is now hiring
In addition, several four-day arts mini
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youth to work on different art projects. the other room. I dont even know what all that would bob@2121.ca for more info.
We want to do weird and different We want to make visual arts oppor- be yet. But I want to really get into it
stuff thats a little on the edge, some- tunities available for everyone with no and help people. Bob Sheddy
thing to really engage these teens, said exclusions, said Hebbes. We want to The society is always looking for art Broker
Hebbes. We want to find [art projects] make sure we have something for ev- supplies donations so that they can keep Sheddy.ca 403-324-2222
most of their weekly project classes free. bob.sheddy@century21.ca

Oath Taking
The Strathmore Fili-
pino Canadian Asso-
ciation (SFCA) recently
swore in a new set of
officers and youth offi-
cers. The SFCAs main
objective is to bridge
the gap between Fili-
pino and Canadians to
create one united and
organized group with the mindset to help other people through volunteering in town and joining other
groups. There are approximately 100 families and individuals joined together in the group. Youth Of-
ficers: President Joanna Cerdana (l-r), Vice President Faith Munoz, Secretary Julyann Cerdana, Trea-
please join us for a night at the races
in support of Project HOPE
surer Genica Karganilla, Auditor Jackylin Cerdana, Mass Media Marianne Cherish Valencia and Gale
Fabella, Muse Jonaliza Cerdana. Photo Courtesy of Ricky Valencia

Elks Contributions
The Strathmore Elks, Lodge 491 has been
quietly at work donating their time to work
casinos, provide catering services, and work-

Saturday, March 18th, 2017


ing other fund raising events so that they may
donate a portion of their proceeds towards
supporting local charities and community or-
ganizations. The Elks have recently donated
$500 to the Salvation Army, $1,000 to the Strathmore Civic Centre
Chestermere Food Bank, and $1,000 to the
Strathmore Food Bank. Elks member Gus
Cammer (l-r), Val Sherwick of the Strathmore Cocktails ~ 5 p.m. Dinner ~ 6 p.m.
Food Bank, Elks member Ryan Zolmer.
Photo Courtesy of Bill Jones Tickets ~ $45 or $320 for a table of 8
Live & Silent Auction
Entertainment Provided by Pulse
For Tickets & Information Contact:
Corinne Ball: 403-807-2965
Westmount School: 403-934-3041
WIN PLACE SHOW
Orchestrated Choir
The Brentwood Senior Choir performed three songs accompanied by the Rocky Mountain Symphony
Orchestra at the Hope Covenant Church on Jan. 28. The concert was full and both the orchestra and
the choir sounded beautiful.
Submitted by cole Brentwood Elementary School
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Development Decisions Public Hearings

Wheatland County will consider the following applications for Public Hearing at the regular
Notice is hereby given that the WHEATLAND COUNTY Municipal Planning Council meeting on Tuesday, March 14, 2017. The following public hearings begin at 1 p.m.
Commission has approved or refused the following development permit and proceed until all applications have been heard:
applications:
File #: DP 2017-02
Approved with Conditions: Variance to Front Yard Setback Bylaw # 2016-55
Refused: Variance to the Side Yard Setback File No: LU2016-70
Division #: 3 Owner/Applicant: 268600 AB Ltd. / Wayne Cole
Owner: Darryl Kaechele Legal Description: SE-13-24-24-W4M
Applicant: Darryl Kaechele Division #: 2
Legal: Plan 771 1065, Block 10, Lot 50, Carseland Plan Area: +/- 32.68 ha (80.51 ac)
Proposal: Variance for 2 Decks (Side Yard and Front Yard) Redesignation Area: +/- 10.12 ha (25.0 ac) from Agricultural General (A-G) District to Agricul-
tural Small Holding (A-SH) District. The balance to remain Agricultural General (A-G) District.

File #: DP 2017-03 Bylaw # 2016-57


Approved with Conditions File No: LU2016-71
Division #: 1 Owner/Applicant: Blue Summit Homes Inc. / Jon Harnish
Owner: Marjorie Gibeau Legal Description: SW-28-25-26-W4M
Applicant: Andrew Fletcher Division # 5
Legal: SE-5-23-21-4 Plan Area: +/- 55.48 ha (137.1 ac)
Proposal: SUB RV Repairs Redesignation Area: +/-4.04 ha (10.0 ac) from Agricultural General (A-G) District to Agricul-
tural Small Holding (A-SH) District. The application would facilitate the proposed subdivision
File #: DP 2017-06 of two (2) +/- 2.02 ha (5.0 ac) lots. The balance to remain Agricultural General (A-G) District.
Approved with Conditions
Division #: 4 Bylaw # 2016-60
Owner: 1783475 Alberta Ltd File No: LU2016-77
Applicant: Camdon Construction Ltd Owner/Applicant: Lynne Patrice Hilton
Legal: Plan 101 1307, B 3, L 2, (N 7-24-26-4) Legal Description: Lot 1, Block 1, Plan 891 0177
Proposal: Medium Industrial (Welding Shop and Storage Yard) Division # 2
Plan Area: +/- 3.25 ha (8.03 ac)
File #: DP 2017-07 Redesignation Area: +/-3.25 ha (8.03 ac) from Agricultural General (A-G) District to Country
Approved with Conditions Residential (C-R) District. The application would facilitate the proposed subdivision of two (2)
Division #: 2 lots, +/- 0.81 ha (2.0 ac) and +/-2.44 ha (6.03 ac).
Owner: HRK Innovative Energy Services Ltd.
Applicant: Hafeezer Khan Bylaw # 2017-03
Legal: NW-19-23-24-4 File # LU2017-03
Proposal: Dwelling, Moved-On Owner/Applicant: 0747744 BC Ltd/ James Souza
Legal Description: Lots 3 & 4, Block 8, Plan 061 4100
File #: DP 2017-08 Division # 5
Refused Redesignation: The application is proposing amendments to a Direct Control (DC-9) District
Division #: 1 for the Lakes of Muirfield community with respect to Development Cell 7. The amendments
Owner: James Rogers if approved would result in Development Cell 7 being split into two separate and distinct de-
Applicant: GP Joule Canada Corp. velopment cells (Cell 7 and Cell 8). Cell 7 would be referred to as the Village Centre and
Legal: NW-5-22-21-4 would include a number of new commercial/retail uses such as convenience store, service
Proposal: Solar Panels, Ground Mounted with 2 Variances (County station, restaurant, liquor sales, fitness centre and office. Cell 8 would be referred to as
Road & Parcel Coverage) Seniors Independent Living center and would include multi-unit dwellings and residential
care facility. New rules and regulations are proposed to support the purpose and intent of
File #: DP 2017-10 each development cell.
Approved with Conditions
Division #: 2
Owner: Farley & Nicole Bishop
Applicant: Nicole Bishop Comments may be forwarded in writing to Wheatland County or at the above meeting. The
Legal: Plan 5345N, Block D, Lot 7 application files may be reviewed in the County Office during regular office hours Monday
Proposal: SUB Private Spa and Esthetics Salon, Gleichen to Friday 8.00am to 4.30pm. Any comments provided will become part of the public record in
accordance with Section 40 (1) of the Alberta Freedom of Information and Protection Privacy
Any person who deems they may be affected by the issuance of the Act. Any personal information on submissions made regarding applications is collected under
development permit(s) may appeal to the Subdivision & Development the authority of the FOIP Act Section 33 (c) and subsequent versions of the Act.
Appeal Board (SDAB) within fourteen (14) days of the date of the publication
of this notice. Each Subdivision and Development Appeal to the county must
be accompanied by a $400.00 non-refundable fee and an appeal application
form, to be filed with the SDAB Secretary of Wheatland County at
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MARCH 3, 2017

Bisons SPORTS
brace for
playoff drive
TYLER LOWEY
Times Reporter

Its the old matchup of rest versus rust.


Its also the same matchup as last years Al-
berta Midget Hockey League semifinals.
The fifth-placed Calgary Flames (20-12-2)
have momentum on their side. They upset the
third-placed Red Deer Optimist Chiefs, clip-
ping them 3-2 in an overtime thriller Feb. 25.
The Foothills CFR Chemicals Bisons are well
rested. They finished with the franchises best Zach Huber (l) competes with Cole Clayton for possession
of the puck during some drills at practice Feb. 27 at the Strathmore product Grace Olson of the Zone 2 16AA ringette team winds up
record (25-6-3) during a 34-game schedule, to unload a shot at the St. Albert Mission goal during the provincial champi-
Strathmore Family Centre, as the Foothills CFR Chemicals
placing second in the Chrysler division, earn- Bisons try to get back in game shape. onships Feb. 25 at the Great Plains Arena in Calgary.
ing a first-round bye. Tyler Lowey Photo Tyler Lowey Photo
It seems like forever since we played a

Zapped at provincials
game, said Bisons head coach Sandy Henry. home.
Our guys are getting ancy to play again. With Tyler Petrie out day-to-day with a low-
Game 1 of the best-of-five divisional semifi- er-body injury and Tarun Fizer still a long ways
nals got underway March 1 at the Strathmore away from resuming skating, the Bisons called TYLER LOWEY can build off of as they get
Family Centre (result unavailable as of press up Tucker Zdunich of the Foothills Bisons and ready for nationals later this
Times Reporter
time). It has been 10 days since the Bisons Ryan Ries of the Airdrie Lightning, both for- month, said assistant coach
wrapped up their regular season in Medicine wards from the South Central Alberta Hockey Ronda Olson.
The Zone 2 16AA ringette
Hat. League. Ries and Zdunich have both appeared Zone 2 travelled to Ottawa
team had visions of provin-
With the down time, some of the billeted in four games with the Herd, the most by any at the beginning of February,
cial medals heading into
players were able to head home and rest up affiliated player. as a way for more exposure
action Feb. 24 at the Great
for the playoff drive. Between the pipes, Henry decided to lean against some of the better
Plains Arena in Calgary, but
We got to understand that they are coming on Ben Laidlaw, who finished tied for the competition across Canada
left empty handed.
in with lots of momentum, already winning league lead with 14 wins. in preparation for nationals.
I think we were all expect-
one series as an underdog, said Bisons alter- Henry has been flip-flopping his goaltend- Nationals run in Leduc
ing to medal, said Strath-
nate captain Tyson Scott. We need to make ing duo all season except on one occasion. March 27 April 1.
more product Grace Olson.
sure we come out hard early and kill some of Laidlaw started the quarterfinals of the Macs The Zone 2 squad closed
We were short a couple
their momentum. Midget AAA Hockey Tournament and got out the tournament strong,
players early in the tourna-
Scott is one of six Bisons that participated in called upon again for the semis. with an 11-2 over the Ed-
ment, and that might have
the 3-1 series win over the Flames in the semis Ben will start Game 1 and we will dic- monton Elite Feb. 25 and
cost us a chance at playing
last season. The Herd also took both regular tate it from there, said Henry. If he stays crunched the Power for a
for a medal, but thats the
season tilts from the Flames quite handedly, strong, then he will get another game. But I second time in the tourney,
way it goes sometimes.
crushing the Flames 7-2 back on Oct. 30 in want Hunter (Young) ready, he has played the this time, 6-1, to finish fifth.
Zone 2 opened the tour-
Calgary and iced them 4-1 in Strathmore on Flames well this year. Playing these teams and
nament with a 6-0 blanking
Jan. 13. Game 2 went March 2 (result not available the teams in Ottawa, showed
of the Sherwood Park Power
The Bisons are hoping some time off, com- as of press time) at Father David Bauer Arena. us that the girls are capa-
Feb. 24, but ran into trouble
bined with a few hard practices leading up to Game 3 is scheduled for March 5 (2 p.m.) at ble of beating any team we
over the next 24 hours.
playoffs is the proper recipe to regain their the Strathmore Family Centre. If necessary, might run into at nationals,
They were clipped by the
dominance over the Flames. Game 4 would return to Father David Bauer said Ronda.
St. Albert Mission 4-1 later
We tried to ramp up practice this week, Arena March 6 (7 p.m.), with Game 5 slated Strathmore is represented
that day and were doubled
said Henry. I expect a little bit of rust for us, for March 9 (7 p.m._ back at the Strathmore well on Zone 2. Hailey Ken-
up by their rival, the Calgary
but hopefully our adrenaline is up in front of Family Centre. ney, Daylen Wathen, Jewlyn
Impact, 4-2 Feb. 25, knock-
the home crowd and we get going after the The first-placed Calgary Buffaloes (24-4-6) Foat, Elizabeth Proust and
ing them out of medal con-
first few couple of shifts. host the sixth-placed Calgary Northstars (16- Olson were all key contribu-
tention.
The rocking home crowd is something that 16-2) in the other semifinal showdown. tors at provincials.
Our girls played well,
Bisons captain Brett Trentham recalls from last The top-four seeds still remain in the Dodge In the meantime, Zone 2
theyre a little disappoint to
years playoff push. division semifinals. The top-ranked Sherwood plans on getting back to dry
not walk away with a medal,
The fans get crazy here, we got to ride the Park J. Ennis Kings (23-8-3) host the SSAC land training before playing
but they ended up with the
high from the crowd and carry the energy Boston Pizza Athletics (15-18-1), and the St. a few exhibition matches pri-
lowest goals against average,
throughout the game, said Trentham. Its a Albert Tire Warehouse Raiders (16-14-4) take or to nationals.
and thats something they
special to be able to play a playoff game at on the Leduc Chrysler Oil Kings (14-15-5).

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Figure skaters
taken under
Megans Wing
TYLER LOWEY
Times Reporter

One of Canadas greatest figure skat-


ers was in Strathmore over the week-
end spreading her knowledge to the
up-and-coming batch of Olympic hope-
fuls in the Strathmore Skating Club.
Storm move on I hope these kids have fun today
The Strathmore Storm Female B midget team and are able to learn something that
defeated Olds 3-0 on Feb. 22 at the Strathmore they can leave here with and use to-
Family Centre. The Storm advanced to the zone morrow and in their skating going for-
final by tying Game 2 with a score of 2-2. The girls
ward, said figure skating instructor
will now take on Brooks for the right to play in the
provincial championship.
Megan Wing.
Doug Taylor Photos Wing took up ice dance at the age of
14. She partnered with Aaron Lowe in

Hawks 1986 and the two stuck together, win- Former Olympian Megan Wing leads a figure
ing six bronze medals and four silvers skating drill Feb. 24 at the Strathmore Family
Centre. It was Wings first trip to Strathmore for
at the Canadian National Champion-

knock off
a clinic, as she worked with skaters on balance,
ships. They also skated in the 2006 technique and performance.
Winter Olympic Games in Torino, Italy, Tyler Lowey Photo
where they placed 11th.

Spartans
We got lots of positive feedback skating, speed skating, or hockey, the
from the camp. There were about 40 kids will be able to use these skills in
skaters from all over southern Alberta, any ice sport.

in quarters
aged 7-16 (years-old) and the kids were I thought it was pretty awesome to
all pretty tired afterwards, said Tara be on the ice with her, said 12-year-old
Watson Shaw, president of the Strath- Bailey Heath of Cochrane. She helped
more Skating Club. Hopefully we can me with my posture, bending my knees
TYLER LOWEY have another one of these next year. and staying balanced on my skates.
Times Reporter It was a full day activity, as Wing took The next major event for the Strath-
the first group onto the ice at 8 a.m. more Skating Club goes Mar. 17, when
The Holy Cross Collegiate Hawks and wrapped things up just after 3 p.m. they host the annual Fire and Ice show
senior mens basketball team bounced with a question period and a chance for at the Strathmore Family Centre. It
the Strathcona-Tweedsmuir Academy autographs. is a chance for skaters in the club to
Spartans 69-61 Feb. 27 in the Foothills We worked on the basic skills today, perform the programs they have been
Athletic Council quarterfinals. helping them skate better and perform working on all year and will have spe-
The Hawks came out and played better, said Wing. Whether its figure cial guest skater Jane Gray.
with a bully ball-like mentality, scoring
16 of their first 21 points from inside
the paint, highlighted by a Hail Mary
outlet pass from Reid Jensen to Turner
Dirk who finished with an impressive Divisions
reverse.
As much as the Hawks were domi- Chinook Financial
nating the paint in the offensive zone, First Calgary Financial
their defensive presence on the glass in
the second quarter was lacking, as the
Spartans clawed back into contention
with nine second-chance points.
The solution was easy for Hawks Were Member Owned,
head coach Josh Jalbert insert the
energetic big man.
Luke Sproul checked into the game
And Member Led.
at the start of the third quarter and pro-
vided an instant spark on both ends of 2017 Director Elections Voting Now Open
the floor. He ripped down three boards
(two defensive and one offensive) and Kyle Gerencer of the Holy Cross Collegiate
got the ball moving in the offensive Hawks goes up for a jumper Feb. 27, only to be One of the many benefits of Credit Union
end, building the Hawks lead to 14. contested by Sam Grootelaar of the Strathcona-
membership is being able to elect the
Sproul finished with eight points on Tweedsmuir Academy Spartans during the Foot-
4-of-6 shooting, along with eight re-
hills Athletic Council quarterfinals. board of directors.
Tyler Lowey Photo
bounds.
I told him right before he entered; it good with a three-pointer from Jericho
was time to unleash the beast. He real- Ricafort, a defensive steal by Kyle Ger- Have your say on who leads Chinook
ly performed and had a great quarter, encer and another three on the ensuing Financial by March 10, 2017. For every
said Jalbert. He had a great presence trip down the floor by Jensen.
on the floor, made some great moves The Hawks took on the top-ranked vote received, a local charity will receive
and nice passes. Holy Trinity Academy Knights March 1 a donation!
Hawks guard Alex Nwoye was get- in Okotoks in the semifinals.
ting to the bucket with ease, as he fin- Jalbert has his crew working towards
ished with 23 points. Midway through their peak level for the South Central Results will be announced at our Annual
the third quarter, Nwoye collided with Zone tournament in Three Hills March
Spartans big Sam Grootelaar and got 10-11. General Meeting in at TELUS Spark in
the worse of the collision, leaving the The Spartans senior girls squad didnt Calgary on March 15, 2017.
game for a significant time. fare as well in their FAC quarterfinal tilt
In his absence, the offence didnt at the Strathcona-Tweedsmuir Academy
flow as fluently, despite Jensens team- gym.
high 25 points They lost 76-26 on the road to the
When we get pressured too much, Strathcona-Tweedsmuir Academy Spar-
we just start taking shots and stop rely- tans during Foothills Athletic Council Vote Today! Its your right as a member.
ing on our teammates and getting the quarterfinals action.
ball inside. All year, I have been preach-
ing getting the ball inside, said Jalbert.
The tough quarterfinal loss didnt end
the Hawks season. They now look for-
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Tied at 55 with 2:35 remaining in ward to their zone tournament, which
the fourth, the Hawks pulled ahead for is slated for March 10-11 in Brooks.
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Pass the Salt


BE ANXIOUS FOR NOTHING be given to you as well. Therefore do not
I notice as I get older, I feel more worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will
vulnerable in many ways. My body lets me worry about itself. Each day has enough
know that parts are wearing out. My mind trouble of its own.
seems to forget things that once were St Paul said, Do not be anxious about
nearly automatic. I hope my finances will anything, but in everything, by prayer and
last just one day longer than I last. Will I petition, with thanksgiving, present your
be able to afford the medications I need to requests to God. (Philippians 4:6) For the
sustain my life with quality? Will I still be Christian, THIS is the antidote for worry
able to get around so I do not become and anxiety. We want to present it to God-
more isolated? So many new challenges at ---and leave it there. Give it to someone
a time when I seem less able to meet them. equipped, and willing, to take it all.
There is plenty to occupy your mind. Someone once said, Dont tell me worry
And 21st century Christians do not have doesnt help. Whenever I worry about
a corner on worry. In Matthew 6 Jesus something, it never seems to happen.
teaches his followers how to deal with Does this sound familiar? It probably does.
lifes concerns. In one of the most beautiful When I think of the countless times Ive
passages of scripture he says wasted valuable minutes, hours, days,---
Therefore I tell you, do not worry about
your life, what you will eat or drink; or
--more----- dwelling on what if, what if
not, and if only. Parents beat kids out over fun scrimmage
about your body, what you will wear. Is not And yet, as I look back, no matter what has The Holy Cross Hawks Jr. B boys basketball team wrapped up their season with a fun night of trying to beat the parents and
life more important than food, and the body happened in my life, God was always there Coach Connie Donais during a game on Feb. 16 followed by a pizza party.
more important than clothes? Look at the to pick me up, dust me off, and encourage Manny Everett Photos
birds of the air; they do not sow or reap or me on my way. At this stage of your lives,

Yellowfly lights red lamp multiple times


store away in barns, and yet your heavenly as seniors , you are challenged to put your
Father feeds them. Are you not much spiritual money where your mouth has
more valuable than they? Who of you by been for decades. You have sung that Our
worrying can add a single hour to his life ? hope is built on nothing less..., A mighty
And why do you worry about clothes? fortress is our God..., Be still my soul...
See how the lilies of the field grow. They In every change, He faithful will remain... TYLER LOWEY
do not labor or spin. Yet I tell you that Today, our hope and strength are in our Times Reporter
not even Solomon in all his splendor was loving Father. Be anxious for nothing. God
dressed like one of these. If that is how is with you in all your needs at this very
God clothes the grass of the field, which moment. Wheatland Warriors captain put the team on his
is here today and tomorrow is thrown PRAYER: God our Father, we place all that back this weekend during South Central Alberta
into the fire, will he not much more clothe troubles us at your feet. It is more than
you, O you of little faith? So do not worry, we can deal with today. Thank you for
Hockey League action.
saying, What shall we eat? or What shall accepting this destructive and inhibiting For his first act, Kage Yellowfly scored the win-
we drink? or What shall we wear? For anxiety. And now please refresh our newly ner Feb. 25 with 50 seconds remaining in the
the pagans run after all these things, and freed spirit, so we can rise and be the third, ending a six-game winless skid.
your heavenly Father knows that you need people you intend for us to be. Amen!
them. But seek first his kingdom and his Pastor Donald Pierre In his encore performance, Yellowfly pulled an
righteousness, and all these things will Seventh Day Adventist Church Auston Matthews, finishing with four goals in the
Warriors 6-4 dumping of the Cranbrook CPC Hor-
nets in the blue arena at the Strathmore Family
Centre.
BOW RIVER ALLIANCE CHURCH STRATHMORE SEVENTH-DAY He was firing on all cylinders, said Warriors
105 Main St. Carseland ADVENTIST CHURCH
403-934-9337 Meeting in the Lutheran Church head coach Cody Brown. He always is for us. He
Pastor: Kevin Enns 112 Lakeside Blvd. 587-227-6956 brings good momentum into the rink and he got
office@bowriveralliance.com Pastor: Donald Pierre the ball rolling for us once again today.
Sunday Worship: 10:30 am Services held every Saturday
www.bowriveralliance.com Sabbath School: 10 AM
Austin Kuryk put the Warriors in the driver seat
Worship Service: 11 AM early, sniping his 10th on the year just eight sec-
RCCG PECULIAR PEOPLE ASSEMBLY www.strathmoreadventist.ca onds off the opening faceoff.
(1 PET. 2:9) donald816@hotmail.com Nearly 10 minutes later, after a failed two-on-
1207 205-213 3rd Avenue, Strathmore
(Hilton Plaza) SACRED HEART CATHOLIC
none rush for the Hornets, Yellowfly came storm- Austin Kuryk of the Wheatland Warriors drives wide on Cran-
403-667-7832 Holy Cross Collegiate School Gym ing down the ice, snapping a wrister from just in- brook CPC Hornets defender Brayden Penner Feb. 26 in the
Pastor: Dunmoye Lawal 709B - 2nd Street, Strathmore side the blueline, burning Tyden Wilson over the blue arena at the Strathmore Family Centre.
Sunday Worship: 10:30 am 403-934-2641 blocker. Tyler Lowey Photo
Wednesday Bible Study: 7 pm Pastor: Fr. Wojciech Jarzecki
www.rccgstrathmore.com Masses: Saturday 5 pm Sunday 10 am In the second, Nolan Bailey fired wide of the
net while shorthanded. Fortuitously, the puck ca- CHIEFS TAKE TWO FROM OKOTOKS
STRATHMORE FULL GOSPEL CHURCH THE CHAPEL OF ST. MICHAEL The midget Chiefs swept a pair of games from
reened off the end boards, right to Yellowfly for
50 Maplewood Drive 403-934-2225 (ANGLICAN)
Becoming fully alive in Jesus Christ the easy tap in. Okotoks over the weekend.
Senior Pastor: Rev. Les Fischer
Youth Pastor: Kyle Lomenda 106 - 304 3rd Ave. With 2:35 remaining in the second stanza, Zach First, they brushed back the Okotoks Oilers
New Office Hours: Lower Level Aztec Real Estate Stangness did a great job keeping the puck in Black 4-1 Feb. 26 at Murray Arena in their second-
9 am - 4 pm Tues - Wed - Thur 587-727-0649 last regular season game.
Pastor & Priest: Bryan Beveridge
at the blue line on the power play. He sent it to
Worship Service: 10:30 am Riding a 15-game point streak, the Chiefs popped
Childrens Church & Nursery in Service Sunday Morning Worship 10:00 am Adam Kirkpatrick and Bailey, who worked down
Extending Grace - igniting hope low, spotting Yellowfly out front for the one timer, in the winner when Robert Butterwick answered
HOPE COMMUNITY with his 12th of the season, 41 seconds after the
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COVENANT CHURCH
stretching the Warrior lead to 4-1.
245 Brent Blvd, Strathmore 403-934-2424 One thing that has been plaguing the Warriors Oilers tied things at one in the first period.
LORD OF ALL (NALC) LUTHERAN
112 Lakeside Blvd. 403-934-2374 Worship Service Sundays 10 am down the stretch was their play in their own zone. Riley Romashenko and Tyler Skehar added
Pastor: Dawn Nelson Lead Pastor: Glenn Peterson Entering the second game of the weekend, they power play tallies, Brady Skiffington registered
Worship Schedule www.hope-community.ca his 10th on the season and Chayse Hnatowich
have allowed four or more goals six times in their
Thursday Evening 7:00 pm
Sunday Family 10:30 am STRATHMORE ALLIANCE past eight games, going 0-6-2 during that stretch. chipped in with a pair of assists.
Christian Education 325 1 Ave 403-934-3543 Zach Nicholls sniped his sixth on the campaign Ty Tarvyd was magnificent in net, turning away
For All - Ages 3-103 Corner of 1 Ave & Wheatland Trail 36 saves for his 15th win.
Lead Pastor: Mike Wiebe while on the power play from a nearly impossible
Sunday at 9:30 am The Chiefs cranked the Okotoks Oilers Green
Join us in Praising our Lord, Jesus Christ! 9:30 am Sunday School for all ages angle along the goal line.
11:00 am Worship Service The local double-A bantam team held the Hor- 7-1 Feb. 25 at the Strathmore Family Centre.
HARVEST HEALING CENTRE CHURCH www.strathmorealliance.com nets to three goals for nearly the entire game, Isaac Benoit notched a hat trick by the end of
102 Canal Gardens STRATHMORE UNITED but allowed the fourth marker with 7.2 seconds the second period; Hnatowich recorded a goal
403-901-0893 / 403-880-3171 Wheatland Trail & 3rd Avenue and two assists, with single markers coming from
Pastor: Elizabeth Karp
remaining in the third. Its something that is still
403-934-3025 Kelton Travis, Wacy Sandum and Ryan Bell. Riley
Worship Sundays 10:30 am Rev. Pamela Scott
nagging at their head coach.
Healing Room Monday 7-9 pm Sunday Worship 10:30 am There were still issues tonight, said Brown. Stovka made 23 saves to scoop up his 13th win.
Now available at The Seed (our book nook) Babysitting Provided We had problems getting pucks out of our zone. The Chiefs close out the regular season on
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Come Join us for a spirit-filled time zone. The more time we dont spend in our own
of worship end, the better. Puck drop is set for 7:30 p.m.
The Hornets added a pair of powerplay mark-
ers in the latter half of the third, before Yellowfly BRAVES BLANKED AT HOME
buried his fourth into the empty net. The Wheatland Braves were blanked 4-0 by the
The Church of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints One night earlier, Yellowfly netted the winner Lethbridge Hurricanes Red Feb. 26 at the Strath-
60 Maplewood Drive | Bishop Cory Fisk | Bishop.strathmoreward@gmail.com in crunch time from Kirkpatrick and Bailey, lifting more Family Centre.
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the Warriors to the 4-3 victory against the Foothills
Bisons Feb. 25 at the Strathmore Family Centre. were held off the score sheet this season.
Bailey picked up one goal and two other assists, Rhett Harten was under siege in net, facing 37
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The Warriors wrap up their regular season with home games. First, they take on the Cranbrook
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March 3, 2017 Strathmore TIMES Page 19

Strathmore Ice host fun practice for younger ringette players


TYLER LOWEY kids a great new cheer. Our
Times Reporter team ended the celebration
with a mini dance party and
Amidst a long season, then we sent everyone home
with playoffs and provincials with a goodie bag, said
around the corner, the Strath- Ice alternate captain Aub-
more U16A Ice gave up one rie Hunter. Hunter also acts
of their practice times to cel- as a junior coach in the U10
ebrate a younger team in the league.
organization. There was a game of soc-
The Ice hosted the All Star cer on the ice, relay races
Celebration for the Active and balloon games as play-
Start and the U10 ringette ers from the each team inter-
teams Feb. 21 at the Strath- acted with one another.
more Family Centre. My favourite station was
It was a fun evening for the balloon popping relay, it
players to bond over mini was really fun, said Kennedy
games of ringette and other Jensen of the U10 Ice Pirates.
fun activities on the ice. The Ice are back to pre-
We put together six fun paring for their provincials, Members of the U16A Strathmore Ice ringette squad forfeited some of their practice time to host an All Star Celebration Feb. 21
stations (on the ice) to work which begin March 3 in Med- with kids from Active Start and U10 ringette teams.
Photo Courtesy Coreena Hunter
on skills and we taught the icine Hat.

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Union and Health Unit. A Communities in Bloom Project. Meets 3rd Tuesday at the Strathmore Curling Club at 6:30 p.m. St. Michaels & All Angels Anglican WHEATLAND SOCIETY OF
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BIRTHDAYS
Obituaries
PETERSON, Doreen
(Dolly) Sylvia (nee Niles)
July 6, 1928
- February 18, 2017
Happy 50th
To our beautiful and loving Mom:
Birthday
Thank-you for always being there for us; for your Kim!
support, encouragement, patience, kindness, guid-
ance, laughter and hugs. Thank-you for always be- Love Gary,
lieving in us and for showing us the importance and
meaning of family. Thank-you for all of the love you
Justin, April
shared with all of your children and grandchildren. and Jenn
Alumni winners We had so much fun and shared so many memo-
Shannon Gordon (l-r), Kyle ries in your 88 years. Thank-you ;) We loved your
stories: From the time you were born to Frank and
Gordon, Lisa Armstrong and
Glendora in Leross, Sask. in 1928, to growing up THANK YOUS
Brady Kaiser (missing) were
named the 2017 Alumni Tour- with your 6 sisters and brothers (Hazel, Kitty, Stan,
nament winners in Hussar. Francis, Roy, Yvonne), to your adventures in Kinder-
The Class of 2000 competed sley, Beechy, Saskatoon, Prince Albert, Calgary, and
against others class years in The Farm. Well always remember your baseball Wheatland County Food Bank
curling, crib and ping pong. skills, your ability to run like the wind, your love of
would like to say a Big
country music, and your excitement to watch the
THANK YOU
Photo Courtesy of Pam Collett Flames. You loved to dance and we know you are

Spartans girls earn


once again dancing with the love of your life, Mar-
vin Peterson. Your 5 children, 12 grandchildren, and The Volunteers at the Wheatland County
12 great-grandchildren are all so thankful for you
in our lives and we will always support and love Food Bank have been overwhelmed by all
one another as you did for us. We love you forever the contributions of food items and cash

silver in tourney
and ever, Linda Michailuck, Nancy Chmilar, Burdine donations given by the Residents of the Town
(Colin) Acheson, Billy (Joanne) Saggs, Lory (Jon) of Strathmore and Wheatland County since
Ross-Hill, Dianne (Silver), The Petersons, your sur- the beginning of the year.
viving sister Kitty Thomas, and all of our families,
We sincerely appreciate it all particularly in
extended family and friends. Special thanks to Dr.
TYLER LOWEY perienced their first winless weekend A.W.Morrison and Eileen, Dr. J.Sie, Dr. G.Josef, Dr. these stressful times.
Times Reporter this season when they participated in a A.Lukubisha, and Nicole. The family will be having a Your kindness is forever appreciated.
tournament in Wetaskiwin. private gathering but appreciate your condolences.
Entering the weekend without Ryan To send condolences, please visit Doreens obituary
Lorraine Farran, Advertising Co-ordinator
After experiencing their first rough
patch of the season, the Strathmore Edwards (lower body injury) and Isa- at www.wheatlandfuneralhome.ca
High School Spartans senior girls squad iah Simwamu (lower body injury), head
bounced back with a trip to the finals in coach Matt Laslo knew it was going to
NOTICES NOTICES
the Eagle Butte tournament Feb. 24-25. be a challenging one. If you are looking for a
Anytime you get to a tournament fi- It was a tough weekend for us, said
MARY-KAY and WATKINS
consultant? Call Shirra Turn- Strathmore
nal, its pretty cool, said Spartans head
coach Dion Galandy. We certainly
Laslo. Probably the toughest competi-
tion we have faced in any tournament Obituaries er at 403-934-9638.
Minor Ball
played better, but we also werent up
against the toughest competition until
we reached the final.
this year and we were missing a few
key players and had a couple other
guys a little banged up.
TILL, Charles James
Charlie passed away peacefully
GROW YOUR BUSINESS WITH
US. Business planning, train-
ing and advisory services
available. Flexible and af-
AGM
The Spartans clawed their way back
from trailing by 16 points in the final to
The Wetaskiwin Composite High
School Sabres clipped the Spartans
with his family at his side in the
Strathmore Hospital on Feb. 27, fordable loans. Call CF Wild
Rose or www.cfwildrose.ca
March 16
the host Eagle Butte Talons, tying the
game with 30 seconds remaining. After
82-74 Feb. 25 in the final game of the
weekend.
2017. Charlie was in his 80th year.
He leaves behind his wife Sharon (nee Kearns);
for more information. @7pm
his children Lana (Don) Shearer, Jim (Carol) Till,
the Talons went 1-for-2 from the charity John Le May was economical, finish- Brenda (Rob) Evans, Michelle (Darren) Hiller, and GET YOUR East Hall
stripe, the Spartans had the ball in their ing with 25 points on 8-of-16 shots and David (Janey) Till; his sister Shirley (Jess) Chizik; 10
CLASSIFIED Strathmore
hands with the game on the line, but six rebounds. Sharp shooter Macken- grandchildren; 5 great grandchildren; and numer-
turned it over, losing 63-62. zie Bain was a little off this weekend ous nieces and nephews as well as his precious fur ADS IN THE Civic Centre
We got to play in a high-pressure and struggled from the floor, finishing baby companion Ginger. He was predeceased by
his first wife Frances (Spasoff) Till; his parents Jim
TIMES! COACHES
game in the finals and that was defi- with 14 points on 4-of-14 from the land PLEASE APPLY
nitely a learning experience and a good beyond. Josh Filipionek wrapped up a and Clara; and his brother Tom. Charlie was born in Call
Rosebud, Alberta on May 14, 1937. Charlie and his ONLINE
opportunity, said Galandy. strong weekend with 12 points on 4-of- 403-934-5589
family moved to the present family farm north of
Brianna Kennedy led the Spartans 10 shots, to go with five boards. Gleichen when he was 5, where he resided until his
with 20 points in the final, including We had guys step up and perform, passing. Charlies golden years were spent at Lake COMING EVENTS
five three-pointers and Allie Davidson and thats something we are going for- Koocanusa where he enjoyed fishing, watching all
turned in a strong performance with 10 ward into zones, said Laslo. Guys like the beautiful birds that reside there and visiting with
STRATHMORE VETERINARY
points. Josh Filipionek, Connor McBean and family and friends where his friends became fam-
CLINIC along with Certified
In the semis, the Spartans cooked the Caleb (Wilchowy) played really well ily. Funeral services will be held on Friday, March
Professional Dog Trainer Alison
this weekend. 3, 2017 at Strathmore Alliance Church (Strathmore,
Bawlf High School Wildcats 62-52. Stephens, are pleased to offer
AB) at 1:00 p.m. Lunch to follow. In lieu of flowers
The Spartans received an evenly Playing in their second game of the
spread out offensive attack, with Ken- tourney, the Point Loma High School
donations can be made directly to the Wheatland
and Area Hospice Society (Box 2154, Strathmore, dog classes on
nedy racking up 13 points, Ffyona Gib- Pointers slighted the Spartans 80-74 AB, T1P 1K2). To send condolences, please visit basic manners and obedience,
son-Smith supplying 11 points, Pacey Feb. 25. Charlies obituary at www.wheatlandfuneralhome. starting Thursday, March 9 for
Means dumping in 12 points in the sec- Le May led the Spartans with 21 ca 7 sessions. Cost is $240.
ond half and Davidson delivering with points and nine rebounds and centre Please contact us at
12 points. Caleb Funk poured in 14 points and 403-934-3311 or visit our
In the opener, the Spartans crunched hauled down seven boards. clinic for more info.
the Kate Andrews High School Lions In the opener, the George McDou-
76-29. gall High School Mustangs throttled the
Kennedy turned in another 20-point Spartans 79-55.
outing, Davidson registered 14 points, Le May supplied 21 points, Funk ap-
Kylie Larson sunk four triples for 12 proached a double-double with eight
points and Tatum Wathen pulled in 10 points and 10 rebounds and Filipionek WHEATLAND CONSERVATION
points. recorded six points and four rebounds. AND WILDLIFE ASSOCIATION
The Spartans hosted the Highwood Before the Spartans tip off in zones,
High School Mustangs in the Foothills
Athletic Council semifinals March 1 at
there was some business to take care of
in the Foothills Athletic Council. Finish- HUNTER TRAINING
the Strathmore High School. Should the
Spartans advance, the finals are set for
ing second in the league, the Spartans
earned a bye into the semifinals, which COURSE
March 4. took place March 1 at the Strathmore March 18, 19 and 25, 2017
All of the tournaments and FAC High School gym when they hosted the $30/per person
league play have lead up to the South Notre Dame Collegiate Timberwolves. (Require 10 students for classes)
Central Zone tournament, which kicks If they reach the finals, it would take
off March 8 at Highwood High School. place March 4. Call Darrell
KEY PLAYERS MISSING The Spartans host their zone tour- 403-934-7360 days
The Spartans senior guys squad were nament, which tips off March 8 at the 403-934-6428 evenings
without a couple key players and ex- High School gym.
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MEIER GUN AUCTION. Satur- SAWMILLS from only $4,397
Strathmore & DiStrict chamber of commerce The Western Irrigation District is permitted to day, March 4, 11 a.m., 6016 - Make Money & save money
AGM A Development Permit has been issued in ac- implement a herbicide spray program, under
specific conditions, in or within 30 horizontal
- 72A Ave., Edmonton. Over
150 guns - handguns, rifles,
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DATE: March 30, 2017 (Thursday) Use Bylaw for the following property. metres of irrigation canals, laterals and drains ing equipment. To consign & DVD: www.NorwoodSaw-
TIME: 7:00 PM owned by the District to attempt to control: 780-440-1860. mills.com/400OT. 1-800-
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- Broadleaf weed and brush.
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- Aquatic & semi-aquatic vegetation AUCTION. Tuesday, March
50x48 Warehouse HARDY TREE, SHRUB, and
Whatever your role is in helping to make - Noxious
Any person wishing to complain is requiredweeds
to submit a written complaint to the
7, 2017, 8 a.m., Aldersyde, berry seedlings delivered.
Western Irrigation District at Box 2372 105-900 Pine Road, Strathmore, Alberta,
Strathmore and area grow and thrive consider The above permit shall not be valid until four- T1P 1K3 within 30 days after the date of the publication of this notice. Alberta. 2010 Deere 872 Order online at www.tree-
sitting on the Chamber Board. In accordanceJimwith the Environmental GP; (2) IHC 4300 S/A bucket time.ca or call 1-866-873-
teen (14) days after the Notice of Decision has Webber, P. Eng.
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Decks; Deere 650J LGP side
was made by the District and approval received teed.
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strathmoredistrictchamber.com | 403 901 3175 to proceed with this annual program to apply
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T0J 2R0 within the fourteen (14) days.
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO CHANGE Irrigation Districts Act
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THE AREA OF AN IRRIGATION DISTRICT COLLECTOR CAR AUCTION.
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OF APPLICATION DEADLINE
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the Western Irrigation District to change the area of the District. Show. Over 200 cars. West- training you need from an
AN IRRIGATION
Applications to remove parcelsDISTRICT
consist of:
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ANNUAL MEETING Applications to remove parcels consist of: erner Park, March 17 - 19. employer-trusted program.
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received by the Western Irrigation District TAKE NOTE that the annual meeting of the Parcel Irrigation. This will allow water users to and models welcome. training for your work-at-
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3 wide version April, 2017 beginning at 1:30 pm to: 3thewidenumberversionof acres applied for. Each application turing Dan & Laura Dotson PHOTOGRAPHER required
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Jim Webber, P. Eng.
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Western Irrigation District at Box 2372 105-900 Pine Road, Strathmore, Alberta,
a fee which must be paid at appli-
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DATED at the Town of Strathmore, this 1st day
submit a written complaint to the ValueWesternAd Network 10 Year Time Payment Plan O.A.C. All applications
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$357,175.00
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