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Volume 135 Issue 06 Friday, April 21, 2017 90 cents plus tax

Main Street South Co-op Sales Surpass $153 Million

Makes Final
Worst Roads List

Photo by Darryl Holyk


I t is usually a good news story when a commu-

nity makes a Top Ten list, but that is not the case
this time. Minnedosa has been included in the fi- Photo by Danielle Hadden (MCI Career Prep student)
nal Top Ten Worst Roads in Manitoba for 2017.
We ranked #8 in what CAA called a race to The new administration building for Heritage Co-op, at the corner of Main Street
disgrace, said Minnedosa Mayor Ray Orr. Thats and 2nd Avenue S.E. is expected to be ready for use next month.
a distinction Id rather not see us involved in.
For anyone who has driven on the well worn, By DARRYL HOLYK ings for the year rose from to the Co-op family which through Co-ops Commu-
cracked, pothole ridden thoroughfare that runs $4.3 million to just over $6.5 included 25,874 members nity Development Fund in-
right through the heart of downtown Minnedosa,
it is really no suprise that our dear old Main Street
has finally made CAA Manitobas Worst Roads list.
H eritage Co-op 1997
Ltd had another suc-
cessful year in 2016. This
million. As a result of this
growth, the board has set
the allotment rate for the
as of December 31st, 2016.
Community payback is
continued goal of Heritage
cluding $3,750 to Minnedo-
sa Minor Ball consession
stand, $5,000 to Rivers
Its bad enough that we drive over this every- success was shared with year at 3.5% of its members Co-op and in 2016 approxi- Edge Park, $5,000 to Camp
day - and then when youre trying to promote the members during Heritage purchases. This is also an matley $99,000 was given Wannakumbac, $5,000 to
town to visitors, and one of their impressions is Co-ops 88th Annual Gen- increase over the previous back in donations and sup- Wawanesa Rec Centre and
of the terrible street,well thats not helpful, com- eral Meeting. years 2.5%. port to community events $2,000 to the patio proj-
mented Orr. Sales for the year to- Heritage Co-op contin- and organizations. This ect at Minnedosa Personal
talled over $153 million, ues to grow its membership amount represented just Care Home.
Continued on Page 8 increasing from just over and in the past year wel- over .06% of sales. Seven
$151 million for 2015. Earn- comed 1,331 new members donations were also made Continued on Page 2

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Healthy Baby Program Local Poster

By HILLARY CAMPBELL lowed by Lozada raising a
topic, and then allowing
day is a challenge. The
benefit to the group is it
a healthy snack is provid-
ed. Lozada also provides Forwarded To
O nce a month, at St.
Marks Anglican
a discussion to develop.
Lastly, Lozada provides a
allows for the mothers to
normalize their experienc-
coupons for babies under
six months of age, and
Church, from 10 a.m. un-
til noon, an information
session is held for new
and expectant mothers.
rhyme activity or song for
the mothers and their ba-
We just start talking,
es with their babies, and to
realize that there are oth-
ers who are experiencing
the same things.
pregnant women, for up to
16 litres of milk per month,
because she strongly en-
courages women to be
The session is for women we present some facts, and She also added the im- healthy.
who want to learn about we present some activities, portance for these women The next session will
the challenges that come and then let them talk, to get out and see other be held on May 16th and
along with pregnancy. said Lozada. The group people, when you have a will discuss drugs and al-
Each month a differ- is set up so as to allow the baby you can be very iso- cohol, both during preg-
ent topic is chosen, the women to have an inter- lated, commented Loza- nancy and while breast-
most recent session looked active conversation about da. feeding. Lozada noted
at reasons that a baby cries. their children, rather than The group meets on that all new and expectant
According to Alexandra having Lozada give a lec- the third Tuesday of every mothers are welcome to
Lozada, the program facili- ture on the chosen topic. month in Minnedosa, and attend.
tator, its basically a safe The benefit that at-

Heritage Co-op
space where they come tendees receive from the
and learn and share. group, according to Loza-
Lozada has an under- da, is that, many times we
graduate degree in social have no idea what to do.
psychology, and a master We are trying our best to Continued from Page 1
in family social sciences, look for information, and
so she has plenty of knowl- we dont really know what Heritage Co-op also gave its final $25,000 installment
edge and experience that to believe. With so many to Minnedosa Regional Events Centre (total four-year
she brings to each session. differing sources on the commitment of $100,000) and its first $16,675 installment
Typically, Lozada said that internet that are providing of a three-year commitment of $50,000 to the Minnedosa
there could be anywhere conflicting information, Primary Care Centre.
from seven to thirteen it is important to have a Photo submitted
In July 2016, Heritage Co-op members receieved eq-
women who show up to trustworthy professional uity cheques totalling $2.4 million. (L-R): Legion President Duane LaCoste, Emilie
the sessions, as the num- who is able to answer Co-op has had a long and successful history in our Little and Legion member Barrie Brooking.
ber varies depending on questions. They are the community. It began in March 1929 as Minnedosa Con-
external factors such as ones ultimately making sumers Co-op Ltd. with 35 members and subscribed By HILLARY CAMPBELL
weather and health. the decisions, added Lo- capital of $3,000.
The program is held zada, but we want them Co-ops humble beginnings in Minnedosa have
for both expectant moth-
ers and new mothers alike,
to be informed decisions.
The monthly meet-
flourished into a multi-million dollar operation spanning
far beyond the boundaries of Minnedosa. In the last de-
A student from Tanners Crossing School, Emilie Little,
recently submitted a poster to the annual Legion Po-
etry, Poster and Essay contest. Her poster was in black
and the two groups are not ing is also a good place for cade alone, Heritage Co-op has invested more than $37 and white, and had poppies and a cross on it, with the
separated, as they are in new and expectant moms million in new and renovated facilities. Just a glimpse of word Remember.
other towns. to network. Lozada noted that evidence can be seen locally by the Co-op buildings Emilie, who is in the third grade, has had her poster
Each session starts that, we dont come with occupying the majority of the block along Main Street sent on to the National Judging level in Ottawa. It was
with time set out for the a manual. Many times we south. The current Food Market was constructed in 2000, submitted to the Legion in November, around the time
new moms to socialize have no idea what to do the old gas bar and garage was replaced with a modern of Remembrance Day, where it received recognition at
with each other. This is fol- with our babies, so every facility in 2010 and currently, a brand new two-storey the local level. From here, it moved on to the Regional
administration building is nearing completion. Heritage level, where it was decided that it would move on to the
Co-op administration staff are looking forward to moving National level.
into their new office space at the corner of Main Street James Sheppard, principal of Tanners Crossing El-
and 2nd Avenue S.E. next month. ementary School said that he and the other teachers at
TCS are very proud of Emilie. The Legion is always so
appreciative of the schools participation in the Legion
contest were glad to do it! said Sheppard.
He noted, however, that Emilie prefers to write, but
38%/,&127,&( that, she obviously must be a talented artist as well.
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Centurions Do Well At Regional Games

By HILLARY CAMPBELL companied to the tour- al Games. Adamson not-
nament by their three ed that the young bowlers

O n Saturday, April 8th,

the Regional Games
bowling tournament was
coaches Trudy Adamson,
Jean Hachkowski and
Carla Collen.
were all very excited to go
to the tournament out of
held in Brandon, at Thun- Coming up, the Spe- At the games that
derbird Bowling Lanes. cial Olympic Games will took place on April 8th,
Minnedosa Centurions be held in Brandon, with Devrin Frondall took first
Coach, Trudy Adamson, the provincials running place, with sixty eight
proudly told The Tribune from June 16th to June points over his average.
that there were six local 18th. These games are Corey Bouchard came in
bowlers who competed, typically held in Winni- second place, with twenty
and did very well. peg, but due to schedul- eight points over his aver-
The six competitors ing conflicts with other age. Orville Cooley and
were Dale Graham, Jason tournaments, they will Cameron Schmidt came
Camp, Orville Cooley, be in Brandon this year. in third place.
Devrin Frondall, Corey If the athletes succeed H o w e v e r, s i n c e
Bouchard and Cameron at this tournament, they Bouchard has opted to
Schmidt. They were ac- could go on to the Nation- try out for the golf, as

Municipalities of Oakview Photo submitted

Back row (L-R): Coach Jean Hachkowski, Jason Camp, Cameron Schmidt
and Prairie View Receive and Orville Cooley. Front row (L-R): Dale Graham, Devrin Frondall,
Corey Bouchard and Coach Trudy Adamson.

Federal/Provincial Funding opposed to the bowling,

the Minnedosa Centuri-
he gets to go to provin-
cials. He always seems to
bowlers have qualified
for Provincials, they will
ons will be represented do well when he goes out continue practicing every
SUBMITTED province and municipality infrastructure funding pro- by Frondall and Schmidt of town. other Wednesday until
contributing $21,250 each. cess to make it simpler for at the provincial games. Normally the bowl- the tournament in June.

G reg Nesbitt, MLA for

Riding Mountain, an-
nounced funding this week
The Rural Municipality
of Prairie View will receive
$2 million in funding from
municipalities to identify
and fund the projects that
are important to their com-
According to Adamson,
Devrin is pumped that
ing season winds up
in April, but since the

for important projects that the federal government un- munities.

will improve water and der CWAF, with the prov- The Province of Mani-
wastewater infrastructure ince and municipality each toba accepted applications
in the rural municipali- contributing $1 million, for through a single-window
ties of Oakview and Prairie a new municipal well and application intake for
View. piping network at Birtle. cost-shared infrastructure
Oakview will receive Our Progressive Con- funding. This delivered on 17043RR0
funding for the study and servative government is the governments commit-
licensing of the Rapid City proud to make these impor- ment to reduce red tape,
Wastewater Treatment La- tant investments in local allow more efficient ac-
goon. The total project cost infrastructure that ensures cess to funding and ensure
is $95,000 with the federal Manitobans have access to that all municipalities have
government contributing modern, reliable water and a fair say on how infra-
$42,500 through the Clean wastewater services, said structure funds are invest-
Water and Wastewater Nesbitt. We will continue ed in their communities.
Fund (CWAF) and the to improve the municipal

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Around the Deficit Procrastination Comes at a Price

Region... By TODD MACKAY
Prairie Director,
cial economy has even the smallest hiccup, the defi-
cit will go up when the new money the province is
Canadian Taxpayers Federation counting on doesnt materialize.
Killarney Guide HyLife Ltd. has announced plans Second, expenses have a nasty habit of coming
to build a multi-million dollar feed mill plant north-east
of Killarney. The massive one-year building project will S ometimes procrastination pays off. Theres always in over budget. Even a routine flood could push the
a chance a bonus at work will come just in time to province further into red ink. Any unexpected bills
cover a credit card balance thats been ignored. But will sink this budget.
require the efforts of around 100 construction workers.
On competition, 20 permanent jobs are expected to be putting off todays problem usually leaves a bigger Third, the interest charges on the provincial debt
created. problem for tomorrow. are getting bigger. The province will pay $991 million
The Manitoba government is procrastinating on to cover the interest on the existing debt this year.
Souris Plaindealer April 7th, 2017 marked the the provinces financial problems. Its ignoring the Rising interest costs are more than a risk, theyre a
125th anniversary for the Souris Plaindealer. Circula- fact that its spending too much and hoping higher certainty.
tion numbers have dropped from several thousand to revenues will balance the budget. Theoretically, that While we are living at a time of historically low
just over 700 today. Some of the reasons include Souriss might work, but procrastination comes at a high rates, (Manitobans) know that rates will inevita-
smaller population and social media hurting circulation price. bly rise in the future, as they have in the past, said
numbers. Younger people just dont read newspapers The government is planning to spend $840 mil- Finance Minister Cameron Friesen, in his budget
like their older counterparts did. lion more than it brings in this year. Thats a little less speech. And when rates do rise, even a modest one
than last years budgeted operational deficit of $911 per cent increase will mean nearly $100 million in
million. But, in the context of a budget of $17 billion, new costs to be borne by Manitobans.
Roblin Review - Internationally-renowned entertain- that isnt a real step forward its barely a shuffle. There is a political argument to be made for pro-
er and new Roblin resident Daylin James, brought his Billion-dollar denominations boggle the mind so crastination. Trimming the budget always comes
Viva Vegas and Elvis At Sun records shows to the Life and lets consider them in terms of a family budget. with controversy. Political consultants always warn
Art Centre. Imagine the government is a family with an in- that moving too fast could have electoral conse-
come of $75,000 per year. In that scenario, it would quences.
Carberry News-Express Carberry and District have spent more than it brought in by $344 every The federal Conservative government opted for
Chamber of Commerce Award winners: Jensyn Baron month last year. This year, that family would still be this go-slow approach. After plunging the country
(Youth Volunteer of the Year), Marj Campbell (Citizen of blowing its budget by $308 every month. Any finan- into defi cit, it tried to minimize controversy by get-
the Year), Kelly Marnoch (Sports Volunteer of the year), cial advisor would give that family important advice: ting back to balance as slowly as possible. The result?
Meyers Meats (Business of the Year), COPP (Volunteer spend less money. The Conservatives lost the next election anyway.
Group of the Year), Keith Loney (Volunteer of the year) Unfortunately, provincial spending is going up Federal Conservative leadership candidates are
and Abe Wiebe (Lifetime Achievement). by $520 million in this budget when compared to the making it clear it was a mistake to procrastinate on
previous budget. The government is counting on rev- deficits. Ten out of 14 Conservative leadership candi-
Melita New Era Travis Bloomer of Dauphin, former- enues to go up by $626 million to achieve its almost dates have pledged to balance the budget within two
ly of Reston, received second place at Piston Rings 43rd imperceptible improvement. In fact, the province years if elected. Obviously, Federal Conservatives
annual World of Wheels in Winnipeg for his 1966 Chevro- plans to keep increasing spending for the foresee- have learned there is a price to pay for delay.
let C/10 Fleetside. It took Travis nine years of restoration able future and while it counts on revenues to keep Manitoba MLAs would do well to imagine what
to complete. increasing to very gradually shrink the deficit. it will be like to knock on doors in the next election.
The bond rating agency DBRS captured the es- Best case scenario, theyll be explaining why they
Dauphin Herald Gilbert Plains Community Fund sence of Manitobas plan in the headline for its analy- havent yet balanced the budget. But theres a real
celebrated its 10th anniversary by dispersing almost sis of the budget: Aspiration without action. risk MLAs will be making excuses for a defi cit thats
$7,000. Over $38,500 has been granted back to the com- Theres risk in this inaction plan. as bad or worse than the one they were elected to
munity since 2008. First, we all hope the future will bring more mon- clean up.
ey, but sometimes that doesnt happen. If the provin-

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Mens Shed Getting Down To Business


Ye O l d
M innedosas Mens

i b
Shed wants you! The

T r
newly formed group that
is made up of men, for
men, is looking for new
members. Currently, the
19 members are getting
together once a week, but
as the need grows with
new members, they will be
able to bring this up to two 1887 A man named Jasper kicked up a rumpus at the
days. Station this morning, using some very violent and abu-
Th e group of skilled sive language to the Station Agent. He went away on the
men are working on many train but was nearly left behind through his misconduct.
diff erent community proj-
ects. Th ey are building Photo by Hillary Campbell 1897 The high wind on Saturday morning blew down
fl ower pots for the care a portion of the skating rink at Newdale.
home and are working on offi sh. Guys wont hug, ideas for projects that they and learn from being a part
projects for Communities they wont get into a group would like to start, the of the group. 1907 A letter has been received from the Victorian
in Bloom and Heritage Vil- and talk, but I come up Mens Shed is open to new It would be nice to get Order of Nurses Lady Minto Fund expressing willingness
lage. However, the group here, and Ive started to ideas. Currently the group some young people in here to contribute $2,000 toward the building of the Minnedo-
also understands that not know the guys, Street com- has completed many beau- who are interested, who sa hospital.
every man is interested in mented. He added that tiful woodworking projects, can pick someones brain,
putting a hammer to a nail, there are many nice men and have had a blast doing said Pearson, as he would
so they also meet to play around the community, so. There are skills here hate to see some of the col- 1917 To date, eight carloads of seed wheat have been
card games, or just to chat. and that the results of the that the guys have used all lective knowledge be lost. disposed of in this area, their value being about $20,000.
The group also stressed that work that the group does their lives, the skill set is The group will happily wel-
they are open to new ideas, is only the secondary pur- phenomenal, said Street, come new members of all 1937 County Court Clerk, P.S. Hancock has stated
if potential members have pose. The primary purpose noting that there is a lot for ages, and a variety of inter- that approximately five times as many motor vehicle li-
ideas for activities. is to make new connec- each member to both teach ests. cense plates have been sold this year as at the same date
A lot of it is trying to tions. The meeting is the last year. Provincial officials have allotted 600 plates for
get the guys who are walk- purpose, the coming to- Minnedosa numbered 59601 to 60200. So far, 350 have
ing around town with their
hands in their pockets, said
Roland Street, one of the
gether, said Street.
Warren Pearson, an-
other member of the Mens
BASSWOOD NEWS been sold.

groups members. Trying Shed noted that in the 1957 Local contractor, Johnnie Johnson, has received
to get them here, and try- future they would like to By ZELDA FIRBY Monday after spending a lease on an acre of land out at the rodeo grounds for the
ing to tweak their interest, bring in an old car for res- Easter with the Stan Firby coming year at a price of $25. This land is to be utilized in
and give them a sense of
self-worth. He noted that
toration. If any members
of the community have T he Kingdon families
gathered at the Bass-
wood Hall on Sunday for
Marlin Firby bowled in
a tournament in Killarney
the manufacture of prefabricated houses for sale.

as men retire, they lose a lot 1967 The possibility of setting up a senior commer-
of their sense of self-worth, their Easter get together. on Saturday and Sunday. cial hockey league was discussed at the annual meeting
which can lead to depres- Bridge Club Mike and Marla Pearce
and family returned to
If you have any news
items please call 204-867-
of the Minnedosa Minor Athletic Association.
sion or isolation. We want
to give them something
they can do to feel good,
Results their home in Calgary on 2654.
1987 During the early morning hours of Saturday,
someone securely chained the door of a single door
said Street. April 13th home and used gasoline to light the house on fire. For-
Street has a passion for pro- tunately one of the homes occupants was able to kick the
moting the group, because 1st - Linda Vint/ door open and get himself, his brother and 88-year-old
of the good that it does for Gwen Manns mother out.
the men who join. He feels 2nd - Jim /Lynn Burgess
that there is a strong need 3rd - Bob Manns/ DR. COLLEEN MOORE
for the group in the com- Audrah Caughell 1997 Ka Ming Restaurant, formerly Hons Restaurant,
munity, as it strengthens 4th - Wilf Taylor/ NOTICE OF RETIREMENT is now open. Another new business recently opened is
the sense of community Mel Harvey Minnedosa Plumbing and Heating.
amongst its members.
Men tend to be stand-
5th - Boyd Grant/
Doug Thiessen
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my retirement as of May 1st, 2017.
It has been a privilege to have had the trust of
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to have been of service to the South Mountain
community over the past nine years. I wish to 1 year

express my sincere thanks to Tami Johnson and

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The Career Preparation and Exploration Program

By DANIELLE HADDEN tion and Exploration pro- to be a learning experience career. the types of jobs there type of job you may want in
MCI Career Prep. student gram is essentially unpaid for the students future. The students that Hen- are out there. However, if the future.
job shadowing. Depend- Melanie Henry, Ca- ry has come across during you want someone who is Lastly, when asked to

O n the 12th and 13th of ing on what job the stu-

April approximately dent chooses to shadow,
120 grade 10 students par- the career placement can
reer Preparation and Ex-
ploration Co-ordinator for
Rolling River School Divi-
this years program are a
combination of knowing
what they want to do with
more likely to know about
the jobs you would like to
apply for, you can always
give advice to those who
are deciding on what to do
for the future Henry said
ticipated in a two-day work be very hands-on. The sion, is very happy with their future and not having ask a Career Councillor or this, Go with what you are
experience program. This student may be able to the results that the Career a clue. Many students still someone who works at a passionate about and see if
programs goal is to help participate in many of the Exploration program has dont know what they want University or Collage. you can incorporate them
students to better under- activities that the worker produced. Its a learning to do yet, but there are just Something else that is into your life. If you are not
stand and learn about the they are shadowing does experience, whether its as many who know exactly very important to learn is passionate about what you
options they have for their daily. However, a student good or bad it still produc- what they want to do. It all what passions you have, if do, chances are you wont
future. may have to watch all day es results. She explained depends on the person, you dont know what you have a very happy future.
The main idea of these because the job itself is not that if a student goes to a commented Henry. like it will be a lot harder to Look at other jobs within
placements is to expose safe for students to par- placement and finds the Th ere are many stu- find a job you enjoy. If you those passions. Maybe
students to different ca- ticipate in. For example job very much to their dents who are home- are looking for informa- you dont like building a
reers and to give them the if a student is shadow- disliking then that is still schooled and/or still dont tion by other means you house but you might like
opportunity to explore ing a nurse they will not a win because the student know what they want to do can always research using designing it. Lastly Henry
options for future goals, have the opportunity to now knows what type of with their job options yet. the internet, many web- said, Allow yourself to
which includes future em- do hands on activities be- job to avoid in the future. One solution that is advised sites like Career Cruising be uncomfortable and try
ployment. These students cause it may be harmful for If the student ends up en- is to talk to peers like fam- are out there for the youth something new that feel-
come from the Minnedosa those involved. Regardless joying the placement they ily, friends and members to come and learn about ing will always be there so
Collegiate and Erickson of how much action the were in, then they now of the community. Talking the options that they have. its something you simply
Collegiate. student may have had the have a better idea of what to said people will help the Again talking to others will need to accept.
Th e Career Prepara- purpose of this program is they want to do for a future students learn more about help a lot in deciding what


By DIANE BACHEWICH thy Johnson and Marcia Laurence and Barb Congratulations to in Denver, CO and friends United Church. Robert and
Shurvell and Diane Bach- Osadec spent Easter Perry Shindruk for receiv- in Lake Havasu and Phoe- Linda Lewandoskis fam-

H ope everyone had a

Happy Easter and the
Easter Bunny was good to
ewich took in the North/
South Westman Whist final
play off s which were held
with sister Mary Usick in
Frank Wozney is re-
ing The Award of Excel-
lence at Air Canada. It
was a very humbling expe-
nix. They also visited their
brother in-law Red Lubing
and Ed and Carol Bain in
ily and friends were in at-
tendance for the baptism.
Also attending was great
you. in Virden on Thursday. covering in the Brandon rience and very fortunate Yuma. grandmother Mary Slash-
Nice to see Peter Dennis and Dorothy came Assiniboine Hospital. Wish for Perry. Keep flying safely Brian Shandala of insky of Minnedosa.
Prokopchuk home from in first, so that means they you a speedy recovery. Captain. Brandon spent Easter with Ida Andreychuk and
Minnedosa Hospital and are the best players, while Neil and Debra Noon- John Wozney is back his Mom Irene Shandala. Diane Bachewich took in
Walter Kiliwnik home from Marcia and Diane and the an enjoyed the weekend home from his stay in Colin and Charlene the Senior Westman North
Brandon Hospital. other North/South players in Yorkton, SK. While they Brandon Hospital. Lewandoski and twins and South crib finals at
Our snow birds have will try next year. were there Debras two Raymond and Lucille Rhett and Wade spent Eas- Newdale on Thursday and
now all returned home safe Sympathy to the rela- sisters and their husbands Lewandoski recently re- ter weekend at Pierson. were one of the top 10 win-
and sound after their win- tives and friends of Anna surprised them and all turned from vacationing in While they were there they ners.
ter months down south. Pinsart who passed away helped Debra celebrate Arizona. They also visited held a baptism for Rhett
Dennis and Doro- at Dauphin Hospital. her birthday there. their daughter Marla Rae and Wade at the Lyleton

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The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, April 21, 2017 7

UCT Safety Poster Contest Winners Announced

By HILLARY CAMPBELL levels. The Lower Level in third place, Phoebe
focuses on grades three to Stahl came in second

O danah School, south fi ve, the middle level in-

of Minnedosa, and cludes grades six to eight,
Cool Spring Colony school, and the upper level is for
place, and Darion Stahl
took first place.
In the Middle Level,
northeast of Minnedosa students from grades nine there was a tie for third
have risen to the top once to twelve. In each level, place between Melanie
again in this years UCT the fi rst, second and third Waldner, an eight grade
International Safety Poster place winners receive student from Cool Spring
Contest. There were four a monetary prize in the School and Elijah Stahl, a
schools in the area that amount of $25, $15 and sixth grade student from
had students participate in $10, respectively. From Odanah School. Second
the contest: Odanah, Cool here, only the first place place went to Stefan Stahl,
Spring, Decker and Tan- winners posters will move a seventh grade student
ners Crossing. on to the Regional com- from Odanah School, and
Th is year, UCT re- petition, and the winners fi rst place went to Anya
ceived a total of 97 posters. from the regional compe- Stahl, an eighth grade stu-
Tanners Crossing sub- tition will then proceed to dent from Odanah School.
mitted 59 posters, Decker the international level. In the Upper Level, Photo submitted
submitted five posters, Donna Shorrock, third place was awarded to
Cool Spring Colony School the chairperson of the Renae Stahl, a grade nine schools did not turn out that the teacher at Oda- range of topics to do with
submitted 16, and Odanah Minnedosa UCT Safety student at Odanah School, any winners this year, one nah School is so impressed safety, and the posters cov-
submitted 17. Of the post- Poster Committee is ex- second place was awarded teacher feels it has been a with the safety poster er topics from depression
ers submitted, the winners tremely proud of all stu- to Trina Waldner, a tenth good learning experience scheme because he said it to workplace safety, to the
chosen came from Odanah dents who participated, grade student from Oda- for students. Shorrock fi ts right into their safety perils of drugs and alcohol.
and Cool Spring Schools. they do a fantastic job. nah School, and first place commented that the stu- program. The winners from the
The awards were present- Th is year, the Low went to Maegan Waldner, dents at Odanah School According to Shorrock, Regional Contest should
ed to the students on Mon- Level winners were all fifth an eleventh grade student are very artistic, and their Odanah School really en- be decided upon by May,
day, April 10th. grade students at Odanah at Odanah School. teacher is very conten- courages the kids to put all and Shorrock hopes to
The contest has three School. Nigel Stahl came While the other tious about it. She added their feelings on the poster, have another presentation
and it shows. Students to the students at that time.
are able to choose from a

By RAVENS GLEN WI tains many WI mementos met Justin Trudeau and to up the season!
and articles from quilts to Washington, DC, where Bob and Willene

W ed like to send birth- handiwork, to scrapbooks

day greetings to Hil- and winning articles from
da Davies of Minnedosa several provincial and
they were grouped with
teens from across America
and Canada. Marika also
Young had daughter Robin
from Portage and Lorne
and Janet Bradley and Sta-
and to Ann Marks of Win- nationalcompetitions. belongs to Cadets and cey of Brandon and Lee
nipeg who celebrated on Manitoba will be hosting they have many trips and Ormiston of Neepawa for
April 17th. Best wishes for the National Federated schools, from leadership Easter supper.
the coming year. Womens Institutes of Can- to glider and pilot training Helen Caird took the
On April 12th Sheona ada Triennial Convention that members can attend. Easter Sunday sermon and
Smith, Shirley Pederson in 2018 in Winnipeg and Michaela Kreshewsky and the special musical selec-
and Enid Clark attended plans are underway for Danielle Clark presented tions were enjoyed by the
the Southwest A Regions that. their trip highlights to congregation. Carol Dal-
WI AGM held in Isabella On the evening of April Denmark. This particular garno on organ, Doreen
Hall. Members from the 12th Newdale WI hosted trip was through Strath- Stapleton on piano and
six Womens Institute an evening where the local clair School, arranged by Wendy Rose on flute. We
Clubs were in attendance 4-H members that partici- a teacher in Denmark who appreciate their practices
to conduct the business of pated in Exchange Trips had been an exchange stu- very much, it adds to our
the Region. The slate of of- last summer gave power dent in the Strathclair area services.
ficers will remain the same point presentations of their and attended school here,
with President Verna Cud- trips. Jenna Rystephanuk becoming friends with
dington of Erickson WI, and Danielle Clark told of Mark Geekie. The girls Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Shoal Lake Regional Airport
Secretary Linda Wilson of their hosting 4-H members spent fi ve weeks in Den-
Isabella WI and Treasurer from P.E.I., visiting sites mark and then their host
Elaine Thomson Basswood here from (the Museum of girls returned with them to
WI. Discussion followed Human Rights to the Peace Canada for five weeks.
on the upcoming Rural Gardens to Clear Lake and Gordon and Enid
Womens Day to be held swimming! then to Win- Clark, Dave, Logan and
in Minnedosa in October. nipeg and the Zoo), and Danielle and daughter
Isabella was celebrating 95 then, the girls return trip Donna and Brian Scott,
years since receiving their to P.E.I. for a week. There Bryce, Jordan and Amy all
Womens Institute charter they found 4-H and WI are enjoyed Easter supper with
and anniversary cake and very involved with areas Gar and Eleanor Scott of
ice cream was served for of the summer Provincial Neepawa. All the active
lunch. They had a wonder- Fair and enjoyed the same. family members curled
ful display of early artifacts They tried deep sea fi sh- at Arden on the weekend
from their early years of WI ing and swimming in the winning third and fourth
in Isabella. Bernice Still ocean. Marika Dewar-No- in the Third Event! Brian,
does a great job of caring rosky attended several dif- Donna and Amy were win- Pre-show admissions available online Admission (a wristband)


for the Heise House Muse- ferent areas from Winni- ners in the silent auction good for entry on BOTH days.
um in Isabella which con- peg to Ottawa where they too. A fun bonspiel to wrap Pre-school children are free!
8 Friday, April 21, 2017 The Minnedosa Tribune

4-H Members Clean Up The Community

By CORINNE TOPHAM of the lake from the pa- bage found there was in-
vilion to the campground credible!

O n Monday, April
17th the Minnedosa
4-H for Teens and the
beach. They then contin-
ued to clean at the beach
playground, the lake
The 4-Hers vote at the
beginning of the year on
what community service
Minnedosa Multi-Pur- shore and the playground projects they should do
pose 4-H members and by the dam. Many articles and garbage clean up was
their siblings gathered at of garbage and recycling one of their choices along
the beach soccer field to were found. They ended with helping the Commu-
do some garbage pickup. the evening by cleaning at nities in Bloom commit-
They split up into groups the Lions Lookout Tower tee with spring planting.
and cleaned around the and entrance to the cem-
soccer field and the shore etery. The amount of gar-

Main Street Running on

Print jobs can take up to
2-3 weeks to complete.
Continued from Page 1
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Main Street Minnedosa, which remains a Provincial Minnedosa Tribune

Highway (#16A) has long been a topic of complaints in 204-867-3816
our community. Now that it has made the Top Ten Worst
Roads list, will some action be taken to repave Minnedo-
sas main drag? Only time will tell.
The Province sets the schedule for this and hope-
fully this will help to move us up the priority list, stated
Mayor Orr.
Another Provincial Highway in our readership area,
#353 (the Brookdale Highway) also made the list, coming
in at a worst position than Minnedosas Main Street. The
Photo submitted Brookdale Highway ranked #2 worst overall.


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Minnedosa Welcomes Burgess Electric

By HILLARY CAMPBELL ing on bigger commercial Burgess Quality Foods,
jobs, but still happily at- explained Glen. He had

T he Burgess name dates

back to the early days
of Minnedosa. The next
tends service calls.
Born and raised in
Minnedosa, Glen started
a business for a long time,
so hes helped me out with
a lot of the stuff . Even
generation of the family his career as an electri- still, he admitted that the
name is associated with a cian in Winnipeg, where process of setting up his
new business venture in he completed the major- own business has been a
the community. Glen Bur- ity of his apprenticeship. huge learning curve for
gess has recently opened He then started work- him.
up shop as an electrician. ing in Brandon where When I get work-
He has already started he has been working for ing in town more, Ill get
working, and recently had the past eight years. After to feel like more of a part
Burgess Electric decals awhile, his hometown of of the community again,
placed on his work van. Minnedosa was calling said Burgess, whereas
Currently, Burgess for his return. Once he before I was always leav-
is working on his own, returned to Minnedosa, ing to go work somewhere
but hopes that over time Glen spent three years else. I think getting to
he will have generated contemplating whether he work in the community
enough work to warrant should start his own busi- a little more will be bet-
hiring someone to work ness or not. I finally just ter. With two children at
alongside him. bit the bullet, and Im giv- home, and one more on
Photo by Hillary Campbell
He is working primar- ing it a try, said Burgess. the way, working in town
Glen Burgess has recently started his own business venture, ily in the Minnedosa area, According to Burgess, will allow Glen to spend
Burgess Electric, serving the electrical needs of residents but noted that he is willing the challenges he has more time with his family,
to travel out-of-town if the faced in starting his own which he is looking for-
and businesses in the local area.
job takes him there. Will- business are the non- ward to.
ing to do both commer- electrical side of things, With the new busi-
cial and residential jobs, and getting it set up. ness venture, the long-

CADURCIS NEWS Burgess began his career

focussing mainly on com-
mercial, and followed this
However, he did note that
he had some help with this
for someone with many
respected Burgess name
continues serving cus-
tomers and clients in the
with three to four years years of business experi- Minnedosa area. Good
By DOREEN TROTT Easter Saturday visi- Grant and Jean Olenik doing service calls. After ence. My dad (Rick) used luck to Glen and his new
tors with Glen and Loreen hosted Easter for the Mac- this, he went back to work- to own the store in town, business!

O ur sympathy is ex-
tended to Cathy and
Chris Brown and fam-
Jackson were Dennis,
Xin, Angelica and April
Jackson from Winnipeg,
Donald family.
Donna MacDonald on

ily on the recent passing of Curtis, Patricia Coen and the arrival of a new great
mother, grandmother and Murphy Fehr of Brandon grandson Nolon.
great grandmother Mar- and Dennis, Susan and Beatrice, Gary and
lene Genung. Several from Sidney Dueck of Boissev- Debbie Small of Portage
the area attended her fu- ain. Th e Jackson fam- spent Easter Saturday with
neral service at Minnedosa ily also celebrated April Muriel McManus and oth-
United Church on April birthdays. April Jackson er members of the McMa-
10th. was two years old and nus family.
Congratulations to Sidney Dueck was six this Jordan, Stephanie and
Kate and Nick McKinnon month. Nicholas Wilkinson of De-
on the arrival of son Eze- Clayton and Margaret loraine visited on Easter
kiel Alexander McKinnon. Wareham hosted Easter Sunday with Muriel Mc-
Proud grandparents are for all the Wareham and Manus.
Marianne and Mike Greig. Abel families.
Also welcoming baby Zeke
are great grandparents,
Jane McKinnon and Don
and Margaret Northam.
Loreen Jackson has
been collecting for the
cancer fund. Credit is due
to the volunteers who do-
nate their time for such a Fine whiskey and scotch sampling evening
worthy cause. with appetizers. Souvenior glass supplied!
Chris and Sandra
Crawford of Thunder Bay Thursday, April 27th
and Shawn, Christine and 6:30 - 9:30 p.m.
Victoria Rose of Minnedo-
sa visited on Good Friday Minnedosa Golf and Country Club
with Malcolm and Shirley $100 per ticket
Rose. (with $70 charitable donation receipt)
Th e Northam fam- Tickets available at
ily spent Good Friday
MCU, Home Hardware,
at the home of Wes and
Jude Olson and family of committee members
Minnedosa. or call Susan at
Jim and Nancy Greer 204-867-6353
have visited recently with
their son Donald in Alberta.
10 Friday, April 21, 2017 The Minnedosa Tribune


BY PHONE Call 204-867-3816
Hours to place, correct or cancel ads: BATTERIES FOR EVERY- Have something to sell? For only $9.00 you can let Minnedosa May Long
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. THING. Automotive, farm, Let our readers know. Clas- our readers know about your Town Wide Garage Sales.
construction, ATV, marine, sified word ads starting at upcoming event. Call The Saturday, May 20th Rain or
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Tribune Ltd. to be objectionable, or to refuse to publish any topac Trailer Repair. Sales, New 12x12 L-shaped Crystal Scott. Sideshow Cir- Show & Tell. Saturday, April
advertisement. The Minnedosa Tribune Ltd. shall not be Leasing and Financing of maple shaker espresso kitch- cus. Watch Out! An accidental 29th, 2017 from 2:00 4:00
responsible for any loss or damage to any advertiser or third flat-deck, dumpbox, cargo, en $3,900. Cappuccino 33 spill in the mad scientists lab p.m. at the Newdale Drop In
party resulting from the failure of an advertisement to appear gooseneck and utility trailers bath vanity with soft close has caused a growth altering Center. Refreshments & door
in The Minnedosa Tribune Ltd. or from any error or omission and truck beds. Kaldeck Truck $250. Granite 25x84 tops reaction. Can Mabel and the prizes. Please join us! x
in any advertisement which is published. And Trailer, Hwy #1 Mac- for $175 each Fehrs Cabinet animal puppets find a solu-
Warehouse 1-800-758-6924. WINNIPEG
Gregor, MB 1-888-685-3127. tion to their dilemma? 28th
RATES Annual Dance Shows 2016
$9.00 for first 40 words, additional words .10 each.
Office supplies, school
FOR RENT 2017 Friday, May 12th at 7:00 Annual Stamp
supplies and childrens craft
Repeat ads - Half Price. supplies available at The
p.m. and Saturday, May 13th & Coin Show
at 1:00 p.m. at the Strathclair
Classified Display - $9.00/col. inch each insert. (Incl. logo, box Minnedosa Tribune. Feature One level 4 plex suite Bend Theatre. Purchase tick- Friday, May 5
item: Hilroy grey, wide ruled 8.5 available to rent. 263 2nd 1 - 6pm
& bolding, and centering). ets in advance Friday, April Saturday, May 6
x 11.75 office pads (50 sheets Street N.W. 1,100 sq/ft, 28th 8:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. and 10 - 6pm
Happy Snaps: (Birthday, Engagement, Wedding, Birth, & 2 bedroom, full laundry
per pad) 3 pads for $4.59. Saturday, April 29th 9:00 a.m. Sunday, May 7
Graduation) - $16.00 for the first 20 words and the picture. (washer,dryer), stove, fridge, 10 - 4pm
12 noon. Main Floor and
Obituaries: - $6.50 per col. inch. FLOOR MODEL LIQUI- microwave, dishwasher, air Balcony $10.00. Come buy re- Sunova Centre
DATION SALE! Biggest sav- conditioning, 30x40 fenced in served seat tickets at Crystals
Reach the entire province (50 weekly newspapers) $189.00 (West St. Paul)
ings of the year on floor model backyard. Call (204) 210-2910 Dance Studio in Minnedosa
Westman and Eastman: $119.00 Main St. & North
suites storewide in bedroom, for more details (102 3rd Ave. N.W.) or call Perimeter
All Ads plus 5% G.S.T. upholstery, leather and table
204-867-2446 (starting 1:00

sets. Save 20-65%! Some sam-
ple specials include; 4 piece
COMING EVENTS p.m. on April 28th). Tickets 204-582-1334
might be available at the door
Classified advertisements must be submitted no later England (a Lay-z-boy Com- but dont wait until its too
than noon Tuesday for insertion in the following Fridays pany) Sectional $2,195, save Rapid City Spring Smorg.
late! (6-4) x AUCTIONS
$750. Five rocker recliner fab- Ham and Meatballs. Sun-
edition. All classified advertisements must be prepaid day, April 23rd, 2017 start-
BEFORE insertion. ric chairs by England Furni- Florence Nightingale
ture $599 each. England pow- ing at 5:00 p.m. at the Rapid Luncheon and Bake Sale McSherry Auction
The Minnedosa Tribune is not responsible for er reclining sofa and matching City United Church. Adults - sponsored by Minnedosa Service Ltd.
typographical errors published AFTER the first insertion, nor reclining chair, $2,695, save $15.00, Children - $6.00, Pre- Health District Auxiliary.
does it assume responsibility for errors published as a result of school Free. (3-4) x Over 25 MB Auctions
$850, 2 six-piece youth bed- Minnedosa Legion Clubroom
an advertisement placed, changed, or cancelled, by telephone. listed on our Website!
room suites from $895-$1,099, Friday, May 5, 2017 from
To ensure your advertisement appears correctly please save $475 per suite. 8 piece 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Adults *Construction*
Minnedosa Grain Grow-
submit it in person, by fax, mail, or email. solid oak 96 inch table set, $10.00, 6-12 years $5.00, pre- *Agriculture * Estate*
ing Project Spring Banquet.
$2,495, save $800. Seven piece Sunday, April 23rd, 2017 at school free. (6-3) x
queen solid wood bedroom Stuart McSherry
M.C.C.C. Refreshments and (204) 467-1858 or
SERVICES FOR SALE suite $2,499, save $1,000. 8 silent auction at 5:00 p.m. Fairmount Cemetery
(204) 886-7027
piece queen solid wood bed- supper at 6:00 p.m. Jill Mar- Annual Meeting on April
room suite for $2,895, save tens speaking on Rwanda 25th, 2017 at Barry and Joh
2006 Ford Truck XLT 150. $1,150. TAXES INCLUDED IN Ross residence at 7:30 p.m.
5.4 engine, 8box, towing pkg. ALL FLOORMODEL SUITES.
tour. Tickets $20.00, Family
All interested parties are in-
McSherry Auction
Hip or knee $50.00. All Welcome. (4-3) x Estate & Moving Auction
replacement? Phone 204-441-3395. (4-4) x Other April specials include vited to attend. x
queen pillow top pocket coil Sunday April 23, 10:00 AM
Other medical conditions
For Sale. Orion wheel- mattress set $499 and 3 piece ENSEMBLE 40th Anniversary Minnedosa Fun Fest 12 Patterson Dr.
that lead to Restrictions
in Walking or Dressing? chair. $200.00. 2 slings for occasional set (3 choices) for Spring Concert. Join us to cel- Planning and Volunteer Stonewall, MB
Hoya lift $200.00. Call Donna $299 per set. Solid wood single Meeting. Tuesday, April 25th (204) 467-1858 or
The disability tax credit ebrate on April 29th, 2017 at
at 6:30 p.m. at the Minnedosa (204) 886-7027
allows for a: Hogg at 204-867-3629. (5-2) x over single bunk set $699 and 1:00 p.m. at the Sandy Lake
Library. X
$2,000 single over double bunk set Community Hall. Silver Col-
Yearly Tax Credit PROVINCE-WIDE $799, both in espresso colour. lection, Lunch to follow. Raf-
$40,000 400,000 readers weekly. Call
Sale ends April 30th. See staff
or contact KDL for more in-
fle Draw. (5-2) x GIVE AWAY
Lump Sum Refund this newspaper NOW 204- formation. Mon-Fri 10-8, Sat
and Rebates 867-3816 or email classified@ 10-6 and Sun 11-5. Call KDL FREE. Used Barbed Wire.
For Expert Help for details. Furniture at 204-571-1971. 204-826-2118
204-453-5372 660 Highland Ave., South side
of #1 Hwy., Brandon.
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, April 21, 2017 11


Peter Harrison
Open House Lease operators to help service
our expanding customer base
Saturday, April 22, 2017 in MB, SK, AB and ND.
We offer dedicated dispatch,
well maintained equipment,
on-site wash and full service
facility with qualied technicians,
in-house training, and a very
competitive compensation
All dispatched miles paid.
Jim and Marlene
FAST card or passport required
Krutkewich along with
Contact: 204-571-0187 or email Deb and Werner Froese
are thrilled to announce
0/6 0/6 0/6 BRIDAL of their children
SHOWER Nick Krutkewich
PRICE REDUCED A bridal shower hon- Kenzie Froese.
3.74 acres with an older ouring Jessica McCharles, Please join us for a wedding
storey and a half house includ- bride to be of Michael Jury, social in their honour at the
ing a newer 34 x 34 open con- will be held on April 29th, Minnedosa Community
cept addition, appox. 1800 sq. 2017 from 2:00 4:00 p.m. at Conference Centre on
Peter Harrison ft. total. 3 bedroom, could eas- the Minnedosa 50+ Centre April 29th. Please Drink
ily be four with minor changes, (please use the Main Street Responsibly. (6-2) x
Sutton-Harrison Realty
VW6WUHHW1( Phone/Text: 204-867-5444 2 bathrooms. Renovations are entrance). Michael and Jes-
SPWRSP Fax: 204-867-5554 started in the older part, leav- sica are registered at Minne- LAND WANTED
ing lots of potential for the new dosa Home Hardware. Every-
0/6 one Welcome. (6-2) x
owners. Large double level deck
with a modern outdoor hot tub. Land Wanted For Week-
Fenced pasture with a nice little BIRTH end or Permanent Getaway.
Have lots to build 55+ barn as well as outdoor riding ANNOUNCEMENTS 10-160 Acres. May offer as-
condos in the North West ring. A newer 16 x 24 stor- sessed value. Maximum
end of Minnedosa this sum- age shed and a couple smaller $30,000. Must have trees
mer/winter. Condos will be sheds. Detached heated garage/ and road access. Noth-
two bedroom. Two bathroom. shop. Sheltered and well-main- ing swampy. 204-589-1886,
1,200 1,400 square feet. Gar- tained yard. Just 15 minutes
age and common area. Look- North of Minnedosa. $249,000.
ing for anyone with a ser-
ious interest in purchasing a
For more information call or text WANTED
204-868-5413. (49-tfn) x
condo. Please call Ken Kane

at 204-867-3147 or 204-867- WANTED: Someone to
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Grain farm seeking full Russell Levi Matthews. or older. Amplifiers, Stereo,
Add your name to 204.346.3231 or email wil- Russell was born Recording and Theatre Sound
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have a valid drivers license.
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(combines, swathers, sprayers,
etc.) Position will include the Jim and Marlene Looking for something?
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safe and efficient operation, a Wanted ad in The Tribune
80 acres of high quality al- repair and trouble shooting of Bob and Donna Matthews
falfa and grass. Located South farm machinery. Must be able of Portage, and Roger and Classifieds. Call 204-867-
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Longstaff : Our family
would like to thank all our
May 21st, 1938 April 5th, 2017
Shrimp Enchiladas
relatives, friends, neighbours By CHEF DEZ pepper shrimp, 1/2 tsp salt, 1/4 tsp
and members of the Coventry With her family by her 340g raw shrimp or small pepper, the whipping cream,
Church for the many acts of
kindness, flowers, donations,
cards and visits while Doug
side, Marlene Catherine Genung
passed away at the age of 78 at
the Minnedosa Hospital after
I try to find any excuse to
switch up our daily home
meals to keep things exciting
prawns, no shells
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp pepper
and 1/2 cup of the diced to-
matoes. Cook while stirring
until the shrimp are just
was in hospital and at his a short, but courageous battle and new. If you dont care for 1/4 cup whipping cream cooked through, approxi-
passing. A special thanks to with cancer. shrimp/prawns, then substi- 1 - 796ml can of diced toma- mately 3 to 4 minutes. Dis-
the Legion Colour Guard for Marlene was born in tute with fish or strips of raw toes tribute this shrimp mixture
their tribute to Dougs 70 year Hamiota to Leonard and Gladys chicken. Canned chipotle 1 tbsp canola oil or grape- with a slotted spoon evenly
membership in the Legion. Burt. peppers can easily be found seed oil on the tortillas. Roll up each
Thank you to the Whites Fu- After finishing school, in the Mexican food sec- 1/4 cup minced shallots tortilla and place them seam
neral Home for their care and Marlene married Donald Mur- tion of practically any gro- 1 minced canned chipotle side down into the prepared
compassion in the arrange- ray Genung on October 6th, 1956. cery store. These small cans pepper 9x13 baking dish. Pour the
ments. Ruby and Family. x Together they raised their four usually contain a handful of 1/2 tsp salt remaining sauce in the pan
peppers in them, so make 1/4 tsp pepper over the rolled tortillas.
Thank you to everyone Marlene worked at MTS for many years as an operator,
sure you freeze the remain- 1 tsp sugar 3. Return the pan to the
for the kind words, cards and and during her time, created many lifelong friendships. Mar-
ing ones for future use. This 170g Monterey Jack cheese, heat. Add the other 1 tbsp oil,
visits during the time of my lene also enjoyed seeing different places, volunteering within
husband and our step-father, the community, visiting with friends and family, and spending recipe calls for two of these sliced or grated 1/4 cup shallots, and 1 chi-
Leonard Saunders passing. time with her grandchildren. peppers in total, but to make Sour cream as garnish, op- potle pepper and saut for 1
We will forever cherish our The church was a very important part of Marlenes life. it milder, just use two halves tional minute. Add the remaining
years with Len and his family. Marlene gave much of her spare time to the church, and she instead. I like minced shal- diced tomatoes, salt, pep-
Special thanks to the home will be missed by many. lots in this recipe, but these 1. Preheat oven to 375 de- per, and the sugar. Cook until
care staff that helped us while Marlene is survived by, and will be missed by her children, can also be replaced with grees and spread a small bit thickened. Spoon over the
we were still in our home and Donald, Sherrie (Clark), Cathy (Chris), Maxine (Cam), her 10 minced onions if you prefer. of oil in a 9x13 baking dish rolled enchiladas and top
to the Minnedosa PCH staff grandchildren, and soon to be 25 great grandchildren. She will with a paper towel. Lay the with the cheese.
for your compassionate and also be missed by her brothers Jack (Wendy) and Brian (Mar- Shrimp Enchiladas 10 small flour tortillas out on
friendly care during Lens garet), her sisters Mavis (Jim) and Linda (Syl), her brother in- the counter or on a baking 4. Bake for 15 to 20 min-
time at the PCH and also for laws Bob (Wilma), Brian (Brenda), Jack, as well as many nieces 10 small 4-inch flour tortillas sheet. utes until the cheese melts
my continuing care. Margaret and nephews whom she loved very much. 1 tbsp canola oil or grape- and turns lightly golden.
Oman and family. x Marlene was predeceased by her husband Murray on 2. Heat a pan over high Serve with the optional sour
seed oil heat. Add 1 tbsp oil, 1/4 cup
December 14th, 2013, Her parents Leonard and Gladys Burt, 1/4 cup minced shallots cream.
We have so many thank her mother and father in-law Dot and Maurice Genung, and her shallots, 1 chipotle pepper,
1 minced canned chipotle
yous. Firstly, thank you to our sister in-law Marjorie.
hospital, physio and home Marlenes celebration of life was held on Monday, April
care staff. Without your expert 10th, 2017 at the Minnedosa United Church. Marlene was laid
and caring care Judy would to rest at the Basswood Cemetery.
not have been home so soon, In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Minne-
nor healed so well. The car- dosa United Church or the Minnedosa Hospital Palliative Care
ing of friends and neighbours Unit.
with the giving of their time, Minnedosa Funeral Service in care of arrangements.
care, gifts and meals was a
godsend and enabled Judy to
heal at home. We owe a huge Community Newspapers
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3. Keep your dog on a leash at all times.
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celebrate Canada 150, we want to share some important birds, and much more. 7. Keep a safe distance from wildlife try to stay at
information about the wildlife that call Riding Moun- Here are ten tips to respect wildlife and stay safe least 30 m away from large animals and 100m away from
tain National Park home along with tips to Respect their while visiting Riding Mountain National Park. bears - so NO SELFIES!
Space and Stay Safe. 1. Learn about the wildlife in the park you will be vis- 8. Stay alert and be aware of your surroundings
Parks Canada maintains or restores ecological integ- iting 9. Carry bear spray when hiking and camping and
rity within our protected areas which includes steward- 2. Feed yourself, but not wildlife feeding wildlife in know how to use it.
ship of wildlife populations, while providing Canadians a National Park is actually illegal 10. Stay on designated trails and respect all signage.

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OPEN 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM, 7 DAYS A WEEK 70 Main Street South, Minnedosa 867-2821
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