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INSIDE MCI Provincial Rugby Champions


this week By HILLARY CAMPBELL

T he Minnedosa Colle-
giate Chancellors Girls
Rugby team did it again
and earned the 2017 Pro-
vincial Championship last
weekend!
After recently winning
regionals, the team trav-
Harold elled to Winnipeg last Fri-
day, June 2nd, to compete
Gilleshammer against Kelvin Highschool

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that evening. They were
Profi le victorious, and beat the
other team with a score of
48 to 19, despite the stag-
gering heat and the hot
bus ride they had endured
that day.
This victory put them
in the fi nal game, which
was played on Saturday,
June 3rd. In this game,
they competed against
Dauphin, and beat them
$17,000 with a score of 24 to 12.
It was kind of neat hav-
ing two Westman teams in
Raised For the fi nal, said the Chan- Photo submitted
cellors coach, Kathleen
Cancer Muirhead. 2017 Manitoba High Schools Rugby Provincial Varsity Girls 15s Champions.
The girls played a great

10 game against both teams.


I have such a talented
team this year, there is a lot
of commitment and they
just dont stop during a
This year will be the
last year for Rose, Wal-
lis and Rapsky, as they
are graduating later this
month. Rapsky and Wallis
noted that the team is ex-
tremely strong, and they
always seem to step it up a
notch, even someone who
is quick skilled, they just
a talented team.
Dauphins team
scored the first goal in the
game on Saturday, giving
the Chancellors a shaky
has been to the provin-
cial championships a few
times, but this was her first
time with a team that has
won the championship. If
game, said Muirhead. No- were the teams captains continue to amaze, they start, but, they just stayed you see any of the Chan-
Fun Fest table players from the final this year, and they are
some pretty pivotal play-
push harder and get better
and better. She also add-
calm, and it was very im-
pressive to watch them,
cellors, be sure to congrat-
ulate them! Go Chancel-

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match were Ashley Rob-
Changes inson, Sadie Wood, Kiana
Rose, Maia Wallis and Hai-
ers, they really lead on that
field, said Muirhead.
ed that even at the start
of this season, the four
Muirhead commented.
Muirhead is extreme-
lors Go!

ley Rapsky. Coach Muirhead coaches all knew they had ly proud of the team, she

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Changes Coming to Fun Fest Weekend


SUBMITTED option to come inside and Friday for the Rotary Din-
sit and relax in the sitting ner and then the dance

C hanges are coming area if the weather is quite


this year to Minnedo- warm or cold outside. To
sa Fun Fests July week- keep with the fun festival
that follows. This year we
have Al Simmons coming
on Saturday so we want to
end. With the rise in atmosphere, there will be ensure that the communi-
equipment rental costs buskers playing through- ty and visitors are able to
and the unpredictability out the day at the market. enjoy his two performanc-
of Mother Nature, a few of During Fun Fest es, says Powell.
Fun Fest weekends activi- weekend last year there In the end, it all
ties are moving indoors was a thunder and light- comes down to cost. We
this year. Fun Fest Presi- ning storm on the Satur- want to keep everything
dent, Erin Woodcock says, day which made Plan B free for people to attend
The past three years has take effect. Unfortunately, and enjoy and when this
seen extreme wind, un- however as Woodcock much planning goes into
bearable heat and most explains not everything the festival, we hate to see
recently last years thun- has a plan B. The market it rained out. Woodcock
der and lightning storm. A is too large to move in- explains. To keep mak-
lot of planning and money doors at the last minute, ing each year bigger and
goes into this event so it is however, we did have a better the Fun Fest com-
unfortunate when certain backup plan for some of mittee plan fundraisers Tribune file photo
activities have to be relo- the kids activities and the such as the Spring and
cated at the last minute or entertainment which was Christmas markets, Paint The Fun Fest Street Market has battled rain and thunderstoms in
cancelled. to move them into the Nights, last years Hallow- years past. For this year, a location change will provide indoor
One of the changes arena. The morning of een social and two fashion
shelter for vendors and shoppers.
for this year is the street that day, signs and social shows. All proceeds from
market will be be moved media posts went out to these events go towards
into the Minnedosa Com- redirect people to the are- putting on more events in twice on Saturday after- painting, a chance to get after an activity. There is
munity Conference Cen- na where the beer gardens our community and to be noon in the area as well your Duck Drop tickets also a lot of work leading
tre with vendors still being are held. We had a lot of put towards the July fes- as ESCAPE: Th e Final early, buy a Fun Fest t- up to the event that we
given an outdoor option if great feedback with hav- tival. We rely on grants, Countdown bringing their shirt and more! could use help with and if
they choose. After three ing all of those activities fundraisers and donations escape mobile tent. There When asked what Fun you have a skill like graph-
years of the market having in the same place, Powell to keep putting on events, will still be favourites such Fest still needs, Woodcock ic design and are able to
to close early or for ven- states. Woodcock adds, A Powell mentioned. Anoth- as Yoga in the Park, a Sun- responds, Volunteers! donate a few hours of your
dors to stand in the rain few people commented er addition to this years day softball tournament, We are always looking for time that would be great!
or cancel last minute we on how nice it was to have event is offering spon- the car show (which will more volunteers to help If you are interested
decided to try it in the hall their whole family there sorship opportunities to be staying downtown), the out at our events which in getting involved email
this year and see how it in the arena enjoying the businesses and groups. parade, bouncy castles, could be selling Duck tick- MDSAFunfest@hotmail.
goes. The majority of ven- entertainment, kids ac- Advertisements are sent beer gardens, socials and ets for a shift or looking com or call 204-867-3754.
dors that I have spoken to tivities and beer gardens. out all over Manitoba and more!
are very excited about the With an increased cost of Saskatchewan and this To kick off Fun Fest
change. Some vendors sound equipment rather gives sponsors a chance to and summer, a BBQ is be-
cannot be outside with than renting two sets the have their business adver- ing planned for June 24th
their product due to heat entertainment will be tised in these flyers and as outside of the Fashion
or moisture, Market coor- moving into the arena. well as on signs at the fes- House. This event is be-
dinator, Krista Powell ex- Everything is already set tival weekend. ing graciously sponsored
plains. This also gives an up for the weekend on the Th is year, we have
Al Simmons performing
by Heritage Co-op. There
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Beach Enhancement Project Currently Sitting At $30,000


By HILLARY CAMPBELL lend a hand in this project. Currently, the group is Depending on how and will not tear down the to be loads of fun for kids
Lisa Buchanan, one sitting at $30,000 in the much money is raised, the old structure until they of all ages.

M innedosas
Enhancement Com-
Beach

mittee has been active for


of the committees mem-
bers said that they have
received money from a
bank, and will be working
very hard this summer to
raise that number.
group may consider hold-
ing this event in future
years as well. They are still
have enough funds for a
new one. They will put in
the main structure first,
The group has a fi ve-
year plan, but a large part
of their timeline is depen-
more than a year now, number of groups around This summer, they will seeking volunteers for the which will likely cost ap- dant on the donations
and has made some great town. Recently, Skate the be helping out at Funfest, event, and anyone inter- proximately $125,000 to they receive for this proj-
progress. However, in or- Lake donated $5,000 of who will in turn make a ested can contact one of $150,000, and will then ect. They are currently in
der to complete their pri- their own profi ts to the donation to the group. the committee members: add other structures later. the process of applying
mary goal of replacing the committee, and Minnedo- They will also be holding Kayla Graham, Lisa Bu- The new structure will for a charitable number,
playground structure at sa and District Founda- a Touch-a-Truck event chanan, Jodi McVey, Jen- be wheelchair accessible, which will allow them to
the beach, they still have a tion recently committed over the September Long nifer Sparrow, Laci Mail- and will meet all current be eligible for more grants.
ways to go! to $50,000 over the next Weekend. At this event, man, Tara Dawn Wark, safety regulations, includ- Th ey are always looking
Th e need for a new fi ve years. There were children will have the op- and Camille Marnock. ing the material to be used for donations and volun-
structure comes as people tears, we were all so ex- portunity to learn about Th e fundraising ef- on the ground beneath teers, and anyone wish-
have noticed nails stick- cited about that, it was various construction ve- forts will all go towards the the structure, as gravel ing to contribute in either
ing out, and broken parts unreal, said Buchanan. hicles. The group will also new play structure, which no longer meets safety way can contact any of the
of the structure. The old Th e Minnedosa Drama arrange for face painting, can cost up to $300,000. regulations. It will include committee members.
structure will be com- Club and the R.M. of pony rides, wagon rides, a The group plans to put the swings, slides, and climb-
pletely demolished to Minto-Odanah have also bouncy house, games, and structure down in phases, ing structures, and is sure
make room for the new donated $1,000 each, and food vendors. Additional-
one. The group hopes that the Covenant Church do- ly, Frozen characters Anna
the backhoe companies nated $125 last year from and Elsa will be there with
in town will be willing to its Farmers Market BBQ. Batman and Spiderman.
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Chamber of Commerce
Event proceeds are towards scholarships
for two Minnedosa Collegiate graduates
with plans for continued education in
agriculture or the agriculture lending eld
or a student from a farm family.

Thank you for helping ensure the safety of our children.


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V DARRYL A.HOLYK - PUBLISHER AND EDITOR

Around Federal Tory Leadership Race Proves


Manitobans Oppose Carbon Taxes
Town... By Darryl Holyk
By TODD MACKAY
Prairie Director,
Canadian Taxpayers Federation
tive leader Jason Kenney regarding his priorities if he
becomes Premier.
Pallister is putting himself in an absurd position.
Through his carbon tax policy, hes aligning with Al-

Ministry Grill
M ore than 94 percent of Conservative Party of
Canada members in Manitoba voted against
Michael Chong and his carbon tax policy on the first
berta NDP Premier Rachel Notley, Ontario Liberal
Premier Kathleen Wynne and Liberal Prime Minister
Justin Trudeau. As his neighbour and former Con-
As the Minnedosa Farmers Market gears up to begin ballot of the federal Tory leadership race. servative colleagues in House of Commons, Wall,
another season, the Covenant Church has once again de- Premier Brian Pallister should carefully consider Scheer and Kenney lead the fight to resist and repeal
cided to hold its weekly market BBQ with proceeds from the Conservative faithfuls emphatic rejection of the the carbon tax, is Pallister really going to fight to save
the BBQ being donated back to various groups in the only federal leadership candidate to promote a car- it?
community. Recipients of proceeds from the 2017 weekly bon tax. Right now Premier Pallister is siding with Worst of all, Manitobans themselves oppose a
BBQ have been chosen and include the Personal Care Chong and supporting a carbon tax for Manitoba. carbon tax. A Mainstreet Research poll found that 50
Home, Handivan, Beach Enhancement, Heritage Village, But that puts him in direct opposition his federal and percent of Manitobans oppose a carbon tax while 39
Community Child Care, Rivers Edge Park, Services to provincial counterparts, Conservative Party mem- percent support the scheme and 11 percent are un-
Seniors, Drama Club, Frontier Trading, Food Bank, Rec bers and the majority of Manitobans. sure. An overwhelming 60 percent of Manitobans say
Commission, Festival of the Arts and the Library. Newly elected federal Conservative leader An- Pallister should keep his promise to hold a referen-
drew Scheer is unambiguous about his stance on car- dum before imposing a major tax such as a carbon
bon taxes. The Liberal carbon tax is nothing more tax.
Making History than a cash grab, said Scheer during his victory All of this puts Conservative MLAs in a diffi cult
Did you know that Newfoundland has never had a speech. I will repeal it. Scheers message is rever- position. The Manitobans who voted for them op-
Little Caesars restaurant in its province? That changed berating among federal Conservatives in Manitoba. pose a carbon tax. Those voters are well aware that
recently, when Minnedosa native, Jeff Horner and his The Liberal carbon tax will raise the price on federal Conservatives and those in other provinces
wife Melissa opened the provinces first Little Caesars on everything, said Brandon-Souris Conservative MP, are actively opposing a carbon tax. What is a Manito-
White Rose Drive in St. Johns! Jeff is the son of Bob and Larry Maguire. Rural Canadians and farm families ba Conservative MLA going to tell those voters when
Lois Horner and we wish him and Melissa all the best in will particularly feel the financial pain as it unduly af- its time to knock on doors before the next election?
their history making venture in the food service industry. fects their way of life. Political consultants might tell those worried
I will continue to fi ght in Ottawa against all new MLAs to relax. Who else are Conservative voters go-
Mavericks in second taxes, including a costly new carbon tax, said Por-
tage-Lisgar MP Candice Bergen.
ing to support? Pallister and the NDP are in lock step
on carbon taxes so there are no alternatives. But thats
The Minnedosa Mavericks are continuing to have
We know its going to cost Canadians thousands the kind of arrogant disregard of the base that turns
a successful season of league play. In most of their re-
of dollars a year if the carbon tax is unilaterally im- incumbent MLAs into defeated MLAs when their
cent games they have come out victorious with wins of
plemented across Canada, said Provencher MP Ted supporters and volunteers become disillusioned and
16-1 against the Austin As last Wednesday, 16-2 against
Falk. sit out the campaign.
the Plumas Pirates last Friday. They suff ered their sec-
Manitobas prairie neighbours are equally op- Pallister seems convinced that he can sell his
ond loss of the season Wednesday night when last years
posed to a carbon tax. I will NOT sign any agree- base on the idea of a carbon tax. Thats what Chong
league champions, the Portage Padres, defeated them
ment that includes a national carbon tax, said Sas- tried in the federal Conservative leadership race and
1-0. Currently, the Mavericks are sitting in second place
katchewan Premier Brad Wall. only one out of 20 Conservative Party members from
in the league with six games under their belt; four wins
I would start by repealing the NDPs job-killing Manitoba supported him. Perhaps Pallister has a
and two losses.
carbon tax, they have no democratic mandate to im- plan to avoid the same fate. But if hes wrong, Con-
pose it, it means no measurable environmental gain servative MLAs may pay a high price.
No Names... but a lot of economic pain, said Alberta Conserva-
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Conservation Benefits Of Our Farms


View From
culture as an environmen-
tal benefit to all of society.
a column for the Toronto
Sun titled Eat beef if you
Ye O l d
Being able to grow more care about the environ-
Parliament Hill
r i b
food on less land means ment. It explained that

T
we can also reserve cer- cows help to maintain a
By tain areas for conserva- conservation blanket
ROBERT SOPUCK tion purposes. over their grazing pas-
Of Canadas 10 mil- tures by eating far more
lion square kilometres, grass and hay than grain.
only 680,000 are occupied This prevents soil erosion
by just over 200,000 family during rains and wind-
O ur constituency has a
long and proud his-
tory of both agriculture
farmers as stewards of the
land and conservationists
is part of our history, and
farms. This 6.8 per cent of
our countrys land mass
storms, and provides
habitat for wildlife such as
1897 A little one was tumbling into the well at the rear
of the Main Street School when caught by an older child.
is providing a dispropor- nesting ducks, songbirds This saved the child from a cold bath, if not worse as the
and conservationism. Last is proudly shared by all
tionate contribution to and my beloved Sharp- well is 30 feet deep.
week, I had the opportu- Canadians. It also calls
nity to speak in the House for establishing policies Canadian society and the tailed Grouse. Beef pro-
of Commons about the which would support and Canadian economy. Right duction in ranch country 1907 The plowing match arranged by the Minnedosa
positive impacts of farm- encourage the develop- now, agriculture counts is an agricultural system Agricultural Society has been called off owing to the sea-
ing, in support of a motion ment of private farm and for about eight per cent of that promotes landscape son being so late and the difficulty in procuring suitable
put forward by my fellow ranch land conservation Canadas GDP and 12 per conservation and wildlife land for holding it.
Member of Parliament and restoration projects. cent of all employment. preservation.
In addition, these farm- Our constituency al-
Martin Shield (Bow River). Modern agriculture
ers are also a boundless ready embraces the mes-
1917 Minnedosans think the Dominion Government
Motion M-108 calls for has been criticized in should supply a whole Union Jack to float over its Post
the government to recog- some corners; however I source of cultural and tra- sage of Motion M-108 as
Offi ce and customs building in town, not three-fourths
nize that the ongoing con- am a strong supporter of ditional ecological knowl- our farmers continue to
of one as is hoisted now.
tribution of ranchers and high-tech modern agri- edge and values. do their part in conserv-
As society continues ing and protecting local
to place new environmen- ecosystems. In the area I 1937 A new theatre, built entirely of logs is to open in
War Amps Key Tag tal demands on farmers
and ranchers, they have
responded by utilizing
represent, we have eight
conservation districts,
where local people come
Riding Mountain National Park June 11th. The cost of the
building is $15,000. Contracts have also been let for 24
log tourist cabins to cost $1,000 each.

Service Still Valuable techniques such as zero


tillage, where crops are
grown without disturbing
together to develop and
promote
programming.
conservation 1957 Minnedosas newest industrialist, contractor
Johnnie Johnson held an open house at his first com-
After 70 Years the soil. Similarly, ranch-
ers have developed graz-
ing techniques such as
It is my hope that this
Liberal government will
support Motion M- 108, as
pletely built prefab home. Although it was wet and cold,
about 188 people came to inspect the two-bedroom
house which sells for $3,840.

Letters
Dear Editor, rest rotational grazing and it would not only improve
remote watering that im- the environment, but also
1967 The Minnedosa Wildlife Association held its
M ost of us dont real-
ize how valuable our
car keys are until we lose
to the
prove cattle weight gain,
enhance water quality,
and conserve biodiversity.
the lives of Canadas farm-
ing communities, includ-
ing ours.
third annual fishing derby with a total of 90 fish weighed
in. 14-year-old Bobby Marcy won the seniors division

Editor
them. With remote start- In April 2016, I wrote with a four pound, 13-and-a-half ounce Jackfish.
ers and built-in unlock sys-
tems, keys are not as simple 1977 The old fashioned crank telephone ended its
or cheap as they used to be, day in Manitoba last week with the changeover to direct
with many owners paying hundreds of dollars in replace- dial system in Rapid City. The fi rst direct call was made
ment fees. by Rapid City Mayor, Harold Hyndman to Reeve Edward
But for more than 70 years, The War Amps Key Tag Peltz of Woodlands.
Service has been helping Canadians avoid these costs. Each
key tag has a confidential number so if you lose your keys,
the finder can call the toll-free number on the back of the tag
1987 The students of MCI have taken steps to ensure
that members of the Class of 87 do not become a statis-
or place them in any mailbox, and The War Amps will return
tic on grad night. The introduction of Safe Grad is a joint
them to you by courier at no cost.
venture between students, parents and the local RCMP.
Although its a free service, donations provide child am-
putees, and amputees across the country, with vital programs
and financial assistance for the cost of artificial limbs. Grow- 1997 The stucco crew from Winnipeg arrived last
ing up a right arm amputee, I can personally attest to the week to complete work at the new Minnedosa Commu-
value of these programs in Manitoba. nity Conference Centre.
If you did not receive a War Amps key tag, you can or-
der them at waramps.ca or call toll free 1-800-250-3030.

Merrill Loeppky
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Harold Gilleshammer, A Proud Citizen


By HILLARY CAMPBELL had to walk them home Elizabeth II while she was
sometimes when there was at the Manitoba Legislative

H arold Gilleshammer a storm.


has been a pillar of After his time at
our community for much Nedrob, Gilleshammer de-
Building.
One of the things that
helped Harold throughout
of his life. Now, he has a cided to attend Brandon the years was getting to
lifetime full of memories, College, where he received know his colleagues well.
and a portfolio full of ac- his Arts degree, after which During his fi rst two years
complishments. We are he received his Education in politics, I discovered
proud to have him as a degree. He then began that they often gathered for
member of our communi- teaching in Rivers, where a post-game get together
ty. Always willing to lend he taught for five years. It after the house closed, and
a helping hand, Gillesh- was at this point that the they would talk things over,
ammer has spent a life- Vice-Principal position be- and they always made me
time boosting the people came available and Gilles- feel welcome. I got to un-
around him, and encour- hammer knew he was derstand things like how
aging them to be the best the man for the job. He to get legislation passed,
that they can be. remained as the schools and how to handle myself
Gilleshammer grew Vice Principal from 1970 in question period. My col-
up in Erickson where his to 1972, when the position leagues were really good
father worked as a section of Principal in Minnedosa to me, said Gilleshammer.
foreman on the railway, opened up. He was the He worked extremely hard,
and his parents were ada- Principal at Minnedosa but getting to know the
mant that he would further Collegiate for the next six- people around him was a
his education. Gillesh- teen years. huge help.
ammer planned to attend In total, Gillesham- A few years after his
teachers college in Winni- mer spent twenty-four time in politics, Gilles-
peg upon graduating high years as an educator, but in hammer became a Citi-
school. 1988, the winds of change Photo by Hillary Campbell
zenship Judge. He held
However, p l a n s blew him in another direc- Citizenship Ceremonies
changed when at 18 years tion. We had great kids, ily Services, which he be- the Royal Winnipeg Bal- was moved to Minister of all across Canada to swear
old, Harold took on the good staff , I enjoyed the gan in 1990, and held for let from time to time, and Finance in 1999. I brought in new citizens. He even
challenge of providing work, but during my life- three years. That was a went with the Symphony in my fi rst budget, it was performed one ceremony
an education for a group time I have always been a tough department because to Toronto. He was also a balanced budget, and lo in Minnedosa, and a num-
of young children in the newshound and political I was dealing with pov- able to go to Tokyo with the and behold, the opposi- ber of them in Clear Lake.
Scandinavia District. He junkie, and people had erty issues, child and fam- Royal Winnipeg Ballet, and tion voted for it, which was Gilleshammer held citi-
was asked to teach on a said to me that I should ily service families that are travelled to The Phillipines a surprise! said Gilles- zenship courts in Calgary,
permit in the one room run for politics, said Har- breaking up, and kids that and Hong Kong to work on hammer. However, the Edmonton, Saskatoon, and
schoolhouse. The school, old. He decided to run are running away, but it our citizenship endeavors. Progressive Conservative Regina, and also held the
named Nedrob (the re- for the nomination for the was a learning experience While working for Culture, party lost the next election, first court for citizenship in
verse spelling of former Conservative party, to run for me, admitted Gilles- Heritage and Citizenship, and Gilleshammer spent Iqaluit. He held this posi-
Prime Minister Borden), in the provincial election. hammer. During his time Gilleshammer passed the the next four years in op- tion for fi ve years. In this
was located northeast of He was successful in this in this position, Harold Provincial Nominee Pro- position, at which point position, Gilleshammer felt
Erickson, and had been endeavor, and was elected sponsored a bill to create gram in 1997, which was he retired from politics in fulfi llment by swearing in
closed for fifteen years to four terms as this areas the position of Childrens a deal with the Federal 2003. citizens to become Canadi-
prior to Gilleshammer tak- MLA from 1988 to 2003. Advocate, which is still in government that allowed During his time in poli- an citizens. The pride and
ing his position there. He When I arrived at the place today. He also col- Manitoba to recruit immi- tics, Gilleshammer oversaw the joy that they had of be-
taught nine children, and Legislative Building, they lapsed the six agencies grants with the skills need- many community projects, coming a citizen of Canada,
was in charge of feeding gave me a phone, a plant, that were in Winnipeg, and ed in our province. Prior such as the construction of often in tears, with fam-
the fire in the building, and and a desk, and I thought consolidated them into to this, many of Canadas new hospitals in Minnedo- ily members. You wouldnt
was even asked to pick up what the heck have I one, which eliminated a immigrants were more in- sa and Erickson, the new believe some of the stories
groceries for some of the done? recalls Harold. It great deal of inter-agency clined to move to Vancou- Main Street bridge in they told me about being in
parents of the children he didnt take long to figure confusion. ver, Toronto or Montreal. Minnedosa, among many refugee camps.
taught. True to his style, that out. In 1993, after his time Th is piece of legislation others. He enjoyed working With three very dif-
Harold obliged. During this time in in Family Services, Gilles- attracted people to Mani- with the many Reeves and ferent career tracks in his
I grew up a lot, and Provincial Government, hammer became Minister toba. Mayors. He often went out life, and affecting so many
was responsible for those Harold held four cabinet of Culture, Heritage and Next, Gilleshammer of his way to mentor some people, it is easy to see
kids, recalls Harold. I positions. First came Fam- Citizenship. He did this for became Minister of La- of the youths in the area. why Minnedosa would be
four years, and enjoyed it bour, and worked on en- He hired many youths from so proud to have this out-
the most of the four cabi- suring that the legislation his constituency, and of- standing man as a member
nets he held, it was mostly was appropriate and that ten brought students from of its community. Harold
5DSLG&LW\0XVHXP good news stuff, and I got our workplaces were safe. the four high schools (Er- Gilleshammer helped raise
)XQGUDLVLQJ0RYLH1LJKW to go to many cultural
events. I travelled with
After only a short time
as Minister of Labour, he
ickson, Elton, Rivers and
Minnedosa) to the throne
our youth, teaching them
to be outstanding members
June 16th at 9:30 p.m. speech that is held when- of the community in their
At Rapid City Museum Grounds ever the Legislature opened own right. He then chal-
for a new session.
7KXUVGD\1LWH Gilleshammer was also
lenged and mentored them
by welcoming them into
Concessions available.
Admission is free. 0HQV*ROI given the opportunity to
meet members of the Royal
many career paths. Lastly,
he helped Manitobas com-
Silver plate for donations. Family during his time as munity become more en-
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greatly appreciated
SP 0LQQHGRVD ister of Culture, Heritage Harold Gilleshammer, for
and Citizenship, and toured
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all that you have done for
Manitoba, Westman, and
Brandon Chrysler Dodge Museum. He also had the Minnedosa.
opportunity to meet Queen
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, June 9, 2017 7

A National Year In Bowling BASSWOOD NEWS


SUBMITTED (April 27th to 29th), with Youth Challenge sion at the Bowler of the By ZELDA FIRBY
Manitoba Team A bringing Nationals Year Provincials and third

M innedosa Bowl/
Team Manitoba has
been well represented at
home the bronze. Congrat-
ulations to Elsie Slimmon,
Samantha Nickart, Tyson
Th e Youth Challenge
Nationals were held in Ot-
(Bronze) in the Provincial
Combos, along with Katie
Haywood placing second
S ympathy of the district is extended to the family of
Doreen (Laming) Lochhead who passed away June
1st at the Minnedosa Personal Care Home. Sympathy is
various National and Pro- Capuska, Rick Randall tawa Ontario in March of (Silver) in the Junior Divi- also sent to Doreens sisters and brothers and their fami-
vincial 5 Pin Bowling Tour- and Vivian Cullen all fromthis year with Team Mani- sion and Kwinton Lycan lies.
naments with a number of Minnedosa Bowl as well as toba being Justine Hay- placing second (Silver) in On Th ursday evening, Tanners Crossing School Pit
participates from not only Danielle MacIntyre, Rick wood, Emma Gerrard, the Bantam division. was filled to overflowing to enjoy the Minnedosa School
Minnedosa, but from the Bowser and Trevor Hus- Suade Moyer and Grey Band Concert. Congratulations to all the students and
Central and Westman Ar- tins from Southport Bowl Eu all from Minnedosa Special Olympics their teacher on a great concert.
eas and we are not finished (Portage La Prairie). Bowl with Matthew Dunn Provincials On the weekend, Sylvia Firby accompanied her par-
yet!! (Thunderbird Bowl, Bran- ents the LaCostes, sisters Lori and Cheryl to Regina were
Canadian don) and Zane Paton (Car- Minnedosa Bowl will they attended the 50th wedding anniversary of Jeans
Club 55 Cup Open Nationals man 5 Pin Bowl). Although be well represented with brother and sister in-law.
Nationals they did not place they the nine bowlers head- Stacie and Mary Idas sister, Karen Herbert, and
Th e Canadian Open represented Minnedosa/ ing to Thunderbird Bowl husband Ian Stichbury from Revelstoke, BC are visiting
Club 55 Cup Nation- Nationals were held in Manitoba well. (Brandon) at the Spe- with the Cardys and Donohoes, along with their mother,
al event this year will be Sudbury Ontario from May cial Olympics Provincial Kay Herbert. They all took part, along with many others
held in Winnipeg during 31st to June 3rd with our Youth Bowling Games June 16th to 18th. from the Basswood community, in the Herbert Heart-
the weekend of July 7th bowlers Cathy McPhee Provincials Good Luck to Jason Camp, beats walk at Relay for Life in Brandon on Saturday, June
to 9th. The mixed team of Langlois (Minnedosa Devrin Frondall, Laurie 3rd. Mary Ida is feeling very blessed with the outpour-
Rosemary Hamilton, Viv- Bowl), Christy and Ken YBC (youth bowling) Goodon, Lynn Walker, ing of support of all the friends and family who came out
ian Cullen, Robert Hendry Wilson (Carman 5 Pin had a great year, the Junior Keith Jacobson, Justin for the event on Saturday and for all the dollars raised for
and Alan Tarn bowled a Bowl), Laura Tycoles Girls team of Faith Clark, Smith, Greg Jones, Tracy cancer research.
great fi nish at the provin- (Thunderbird Bowl Bran- Payton Moyer, Kadence Richardson and Dwayne
cials held at the beginning don), Brandon Mansell Madden and Kaylyn Baron Petch.
of May with over 300 pins (Southport Bowl Portage placed third (Bronze med-
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8 Friday, June 9, 2017 The Minnedosa Tribune

Highway Clean-Up For Newdale 4-H Club


SUBMITTED 12 km of highway south of collected were then dumped
Newdale and the younger and sorted so that we could

N ewdale 4-H Club mem-


bers, with the help of
some siblings, parents and
members and parents did a
walk-about Newdale itself
cleaning up garbage along
do our part for the environ-
ment and discuss the impor-
tance of recycling as well.
grandparents, put their 4-H the way. Thankfully the rain We had other items such as
pledge into action by partici- held off and we were able to wood to pick up and the larg-
pating in the Manitoba 4-H have the weather cooper- est item was a tv!
Highway Clean-Up Cam- ate for us. We had not been We ended our work day
paign on Saturday, May 27th. able to participate in this by having a barbeque and
This campaign is sponsored program for a few years and snacks. We were glad that we
by Manitoba Infrastructure were surprised at how much were able to put our hands
and Manitoba 4-H Council. garbage there was hiding to larger service for our
The Newdale 4-H mem- in the ditches. The garbage community.
bers and helpers cleaned bags (26 of them!) that were
Photo submitted

*We accept Visa, Master Card & debit card purchases


Sale Dates: *We sell lottery tickets
*We deliver within town limits Monday - Friday at 4:00 p.m
($2 charge - $10 minimum order)
JUNE 9TH - JUNE 15TH * Try one of our delicious BBQ chickens!
* We sell fruit, veggie & meat trays and fruit baskets
*Seniors Discount every Friday (65 & up) (STARTS FRIDAY9:00 A.M. - ENDS THURSDAY 9:00 P.M.) (24 hours notice is appreciated)
*We sell R.O. water

GROCERY
CL leaf tuna white solid/chunk water ..............170g ..2/$5.00
FROZEN FOODS
Delissio pizza asstd ............................520-835g ......$5.99
Nestle Pure Life ............................................................... 24x500ml ............. $4.50 NN frozen vegetables asstd .................................................750g ............. $1.99
Sunlight dish detergent asstd .............................................. 740ml ............. $2.49 NN french fries asstd .............................................................1kg ............. $1.99
Folgers Keurig cup classic roast.....................12ea......$6.99 Drumstick novelty vanilla/chocolate/caramel4x140ml.....$4.99
PC dressing asstd .............................................................. 475ml ............. $1.99 Oreo sandwich ..................................................................4x125ml .............$4.99
Diana gourmet sauce original ............................................. 500ml ............. $2.99 MM juice orange original/pulp free .................................... 295ml ..........2/$3.00
Bicks pickles baby dill/sweet mixed/yum yum .......1lt ..2/$7.00 Lean Cuisine dinners/stouffers asstd ............................212-322g .............$2.99
Bicks sauerkraut wine ................................................................ 1lt ..........2/$7.00 PC shrimp white cooked .....................................................400g ............. $9.99

MEATS
Unico olives black pitted/sliced ripe .................................. 375ml ..........3/$5.00
NN tomatoes diced/crushed/whole ...........796ml ........0.99
NN canned mushrooms asstd ......................................... 284ml ..........4/$5.00
NN fruit bowls asstd ..................................................... 4x107ml ..........2/$4.00
NN condensed soup asstd ............................................... 284ml ..........4/$3.00
NN vinegar cider............................................................... 500ml ............. $0.99 NN regular bacon .................................500g ...... $4.99
NN cake mix asstd ...............................................................468g ..........4/$5.00 NN regular weiners .............................................................450g ............. $2.49
NN oats whole grain quick/large flakes ...............................1kg .............$2.29 NN chicken nuggets, strips .................................................907g ............. $4.99
NN peanut butter...................................................................1kg ............. $3.99 HL cod fillets ............................................................................400g .............$6.99
NN medium roast coffee/decaf ..........................................925g .............$8.99 PC beef burger asstd.........................................................1.13kg ........... $12.99
NN tea bags ........................................................................100ea ............. $1.99 NN BBQ chicken wings asstd .............................................907g ........... $11.99
NN chocolate syrup .......................................................... 700ml ............. $2.99 Top sirloin beef steak................................................................................ $5.99/lb
NN cookies striped shortbread, caramel coconut ............368g ............. $2.29 Bone-in chicken breast ............................................................................ $3.69/lb

PRODUCE
NN salted/unsalted crackers ..............................................454g ............. $1.99
NN pineapple juice unsweetened .................................... 1.36lt ............. $1.99
Unico pastas asstd ...................................................................900g ............. $1.79
Ragu original/ground beef pasta sauce .............................. 640ml ............. $1.79
PC sauce plum .................................................................. 750ml ............. $2.49
Snack Pack pudding asstd................................................... 12x99g ............. $2.98 Pineapple .......................................................................................................$2.99
Bush Beans baked original .................................................. 398ml ............. $1.48 Cantaloupe .....................................................................................................$2.49
Folgers instant coffee ..............................................................200g .............$4.99 English cucumber .................................................. $1.29
Dads oatmeal chocolate chip cookies ...................................320g ............. $2.79 Broccoli ..........................................................................................................$2.49
Miss Vickies chips asstd .........................................................220g .............$3.48 Grape pint tomatoes...................................................................................... $2.49
Smartfood asstd .......................................................................220g .............$2.98 Manns sugar snap peas ..........................................................227g ............. $2.99
Hawaiian fruit punch juicy red ............................................. 1.89lt ............. $1.79 Green onion ...................................................................................................$0.69
Minute Maid watermelon grapefruit ................................... 1.75lt ............. $1.99
Nestea lemon iced tea ........................................................... 1.75lt ............. $1.99
Phil cream cheese brick plain/light...............250g......$3.49
Phil soft herb & garlic/plain....................................................227g ............. $3.49

/8&.<'2//$5
ALL PRICES ARE PLUS GST, PST & OTHER LEVIES WHERE APPLICABLE *WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
Milk 2 Go chocolate milkshake ........................................... 473ml ............. $1.48
Imperial Margarine CP/quarters ........................................1.36kg ............. $4.98
Cracker Barrel cheese bar asstd .............................................460g ............. $7.99

BAKERY
Wonder Plus bread asstd ..........................570g ......$1.99
 ) 2 2
OPEN 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM, 7 DAYS A WEEK 70 Main Street South, Minnedosa 867-2821
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Country Harvest bagels ...........................................................680g ............. $2.79 *PRICES AVAILABLE AT THE LUCKY DOLLAR IN MINNEDOSA ONLY
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, June 9, 2017 9

Mats With A Purpose The staff, management and Board of Directors of


Erickson Credit Union
using this method. portion of their collection.
What she came up She said the community
with was the idea to cro- has been wonderful in col-
chet sleeping mats out of lecting bags, and that Heri-
the grocery bags. She not- tage Co-op has also been
ed that there are currently very supportive. Each mat
groups in Ontario and the takes about three weeks
United States who are do- worth of evenings to com-
ing this, and it kind of in- plete.
trigued me. The mats are Hislop took six of her
given to homeless people, completed mats to the
as a softer, more insulated Siloam Mission in Win-
surface on which to sleep. nipeg, where her idea was would like to invite friends, past & present colleagues and
She brought her idea to received with enthusiasm.
a Lions Convention for the They are very excited at
members to join us for a come and go celebration to
district, and has received the Siloam Mission, and congratulate Valerie Soltys, General Manager on her
interest and support from they were thinking they retirement after a career of almost 45 years with the
a number of people. She might be able to incorpo- Erickson Credit Union.
is also trying to incorpo- rate them somehow, and Her last day with Erickson will be
rate the LS!N (Lets Stop it maybe get the people who
Now) students at Tanners go into the mission might
Friday, June 16, 2017 and our celebration will be held
Crossing School, who will be able to work on them that day from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at
likely be braiding the mats, somehow, said Hislop. Erickson Credit Union, 24 Main Street, Erickson.
in a manner similar to a I think it is a very Please join us for cake & coffee! 
friendship bracelet. She worthwhile project, said
also tried creating the mats Hislop. Those folks that
using a loom, but found are sleeping outside are
that the mats are not heavy
enough for her liking when
this method is used. She
going to appreciate it as it
gives them some insula-
tion from the cold and the
TRIBUNE
also tends to do a lot of cement. They are very ver-
crocheting already, so it is
a natural method for her to
satile, lightweight, and will
dry very quickly. It is nice
DEADLINE
use.
Hislops husband has
to see all of this come to
fruition.
Tuesday at 12 Noon
been a huge help to her, as
he cuts the tops and bot-
toms off of the bags, and 17062AX0
Photo submitted then the bags are looped
together to create a long
Lorna Hislop displays one of the mats strand. At this point, Lor-
she has made to benefit others. na begins her crocheting
magic.
By HILLARY CAMPBELL idea to crochet bags for her She has completed
grand daughters, using eight mats so far, with each
mat using about 300-400
A bout a year ago, a
lightbulb went on
over Lorna Hislops head.
plastic grocery bags. This
gave Hislop the idea to do
some research on other
bags. She noted that she is
accepting grocery bags, if
A friend of hers had the items that can be created anyone wishes to unload a

SANDY LAKE NEWS


By DIANE BACHEWICH Visiting with the Ma- chuk of Brandon are
luk and Rystephanuk spending some time at

S ympathy to Linda Mc-


Intyre and family on
the passing of her dad Wy-
families on the weekend
were George and Sylvia
Gauthier (nee Rystepha-
their summer home here.
Sympathy to Sadie
Rystephanuk and fam-
amond McIntyre of Win- nuk) of Ottawa, Ontario, ily on the passing of her
nipeg, husband of the late and Tilly Rystephanuk of cousin Glen Nahery in
Anna Rystephanuk. Fu- Gladstone. Brandon.
neral and internment will Get well wishes going Th e town wide yard
be on Tuesday, June 13th out to Verna McSymack sales went over real well
at the St. Nickolas Ortho- who is in the Minnedosa on Saturday. Also the
dox Church. (North) Hospital. trade fair did well at the
Irene Shandala re- Congratulations to Rec Centre the same day.
ceived word that she is a Tonielle Bachewich and The grand opening of
great grandmother for the her teammates who won the golf course took place
4th time. A baby boy was the Provincial Westmans on Saturday. Congratula-
born to Ryan and Breanna High School Rugby fi- tions to Ryan and Tonie
Cooper of Mission, BC. nals in Winnipeg over Andreychuk and the An-
Breanna is the daughter of the weekend. Good going dreychuk family on a job
Bruce and Jill Shandala of girls! well done.
Mission, BC. Wes and Liz Shew-
10 Friday, June 9, 2017 The Minnedosa Tribune

Herbert Heartbeats Raise Over $17,000 For Relay


SUBMITTED started a Facebook Group asked to have at least one
so she could invite people member on the track at

W hen Holly Dono-


hoe and Kiersten
McNabb were navigat-
to donate and register.
More than 70 people
registered for the team
all times to symbolize the
ongoing fight against can-
cer.
ing their way through the and they raised over Once the sun had set
Relay for Life online reg- $17,000 dollars toward and the sky darkened,
istration page this past the Canadian Cancer So- there was a Luminary
March, they were asked to ciety, winning them the Ceremony all the way
set a fundraising goal for Gold Team title! around the track. People
their team. They decided The Relay for Life is decorated their luminary
$2,500 dollars would be a an event where partici- and lit a candle to honour
good challenge and hope- pants can celebrate can- those who have fought
fully achievable by June cer survivors and remem- cancer.
3rd, the day of the relay in ber loved ones whom they The glowing circle of
Brandon, MB. have lost. From 2 p.m. to lanterns was a beautiful
In honour of her 11 p.m., teams walked the way to end the long day of
mothers recent diagno- track surrounding a stage walking. Photo submitted
sis, Donohoe decided to with ongoing performers,
register a team called the food vendors, tents and
Herbert Heartbeats and activities. Each team was

NEWDALE NEWS
By RAVENS GLEN WI ments in June on their way Newdale friends are think-
MUNICIPALITY OF HARRISON PARK (hopefully) to Provincials. ing of you.
NOTICE OF VOTERS LIST / PERSONAL SECURITY PROTECTION
Notice is hereby given that a copy of the VOTERS LIST may be revised at either of the Municipal
S hirley Pederson re-
ceived news last week
that her cousin Arthur (Art)
Noah Geekie, grandson of
Bill Zahaiko, has cracked
the 20 man roster of the
Th e local 4-H Club
took part in highway clean-
up on Saturday May 27th. A
Offices of the Municipality of Harrison Park located at 43 Gateway Street, Onanole, MB or 108 Stubbings had passed away Manitoba Provincial team good sized group of mem-
Main Street, Newdale, MB between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. and in Regina, SK. He is sur- that will compete in the bers, parents and leaders
vived by his only son Don- Canada Summer Games in cleaned several miles on
4:00 p.m.
ald who lives in Scotland Winnipeg. They will play highway #250 south. This
At these times an Election Official will be available to update the voters list by: but was here visiting his Team Saskatchewan in is a wonderful experience
a) adding the names of voters who are entitled to have their names on the list; Dad. their fi rst game. We wish for the members and a
Congratulations to two all the other team mem- great help to the mowers
b) deleting the names of persons who are not entitled to have their names on the list; and
of our local sport stars over bers a good winning season that mow these ditches
c) making such other correction of errors to the list as required. the past several weeks around the area. later on. It would be inter-
VOTER ELIGIBILITY: Jorja Pedersen, daughter of We send get well esting to fi nd out what all
Kevin and Tara Pedersen, wishes to Gertrude Soltys is heaved out of car win-
A person is eligible to have his or her name added to the Voters List if he or she is:
who plays left fi eld for the of Sandy Lake, who spent dows! Or maybe not!
1. a Canadian citizen and at least 18 years of age on election day; and Westman Magic that play in time in Minnedosa Hos- Congratulations to
2. a resident of the local authority for at least six months prior to election day, the Manitoba Ladies Super pital recently. Hope this Wendy Rose and sister,
OR a registered owner of land in the municipality for at least six months prior to election day. Softball League. They will fi nds you improving every Patti McTavish, who joined
be attending four tourna- day Gertrude and all your Linda Moffatt and her team
MULTIPLE OWNERS OF THE SAME PROPERTY (3 or more) of faithful Strathdale walk-
A maximum of two NON-RESIDENT property owners, per property are permitted to vote in ers who walked in Brandon
a municipal election. In order to be placed on the Voters List each voter must obtain written
MINNEDOSA GOLF CLUB
for the Manitoba Liquor
consent from a majority of the registered landowners, and file this with the Senior Election and Lotteries MS Walk on
Official (SEO). May 28th. A cool day for a
Minnedosa Golf Club brisk walk!
Non-Resident consent forms are available upon request and must be filed by June 27, 2017. Expansion Committee A lovely Come and
Cash Calendar Draw Winners Go shower was held at the
NON-RESIDENT VOTERS QUALIFIED IN MORE THAN ONE WARD for the Month of May 2017 Drop-In June 3rd for Jenna
In accordance with Section 25(2) of The Municipal Councils and School Boards Election Act, Lottery License #MGCC3945RF Payjack, bride elect of Mi-
any non-resident voter who owns property in more than one ward is responsible to notify the Sean Vint $50 chael Baker. A good crowd
SEO in writing, not later than June 27, 2017 of the ward in which he/she desires to vote. Failing attended and viewed her
Tanny Pollon $30 lovely gifts. Jenna thanked
the foregoing, the voter's name will be placed on the list as the SEO may select.
Cheryl & Rob Thomson $30 everyone for coming and
APPLICATION FOR PERSONAL SECURITY PROTECTION: Janis Wahoski $30 the beautiful items that
A voter may apply in writing to the SEO (at the address / fax number below) no later than June will be enjoyed by her and
Barry Good $30 Michael. Family members
27, 2017 to have his/her name and other personal information omitted or obscured from the
voters list in order to protect the voter's personal security. The application may be submitted $20 Winners provided a dainty lunch
and a nice time for visiting.
in person, by mail or fax and must include your name, address and include proof of identity. Breanne Saler Adam Jakubowski & Michelle Michael and Jenna are ren-
Garry Marshall Deyholos
All changes to the voters list must be completed on or before June 27, 2017. Tony & Georgina Woychyshyn Danika Firby
ovating the Phyllis Zwaritch
Reg & Sharon Nylen Greg Lawson home at the east end of
Dated at Onanole in the Province of Manitoba, on May 31, 2017. Gwen Hoff man Landon McMillan Main Street.
Dick Alexander Barry & Barb Dowsett Several from New-
Chad Davies Grant Burton Heather Emerson Proven dale took in the bountiful
Senior Election Official (SEO) Alayna McTavish Irene Martineau
lunch put on at the Com-
Beatris Butler Hanna Crook
Municipality of Harrison Park Josh Kolesar Ray Newstead munity Centre in Strath-
Box 190 Onanole, Manitoba R0J 1N0 Ashleigh and Sheldon Spaan Gladys Murray clair for their town wide
Phone: 204-848-7614 P.W. Hainsworth Glen & Kay Findlay garage sales. A large crowd
Lisa Macadenski Dan Flick enjoyed same, it was deli-
Fax: 204-848-2082 Derek May
cious!

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Household Tips And Solutions CADURCIS NEWS


Dear Reena, soda through the machine each load of laundry when grated orange rind. Pour By DOREEN TROTT
Please end this tor- once aweek to kill odours. I wash whites (it contains over fruit salad.
ment, I am troubled with
a laundry room odour that
I cant successfully elimi-
Also, stop (if you are) us-
ing liquid fabric softeners,
these tend to build-up in
no bleaches or phos-
phates). Both borax and
washing soda are great for
Help lemons last lon-
ger. Sprinkle lemons with
water and place them in a
M alcolm and Shirley Rose received an ecstatic text
from granddaughter Kianna Rose on Saturday.
The Minnedosa Girls Rugby team had won the gold at
nate and it emanates from the machine and produce zapping odours. Also, take plastic bag, they will last the provincial trials. Congratulations girls!
my washer.I tried running mold. out your detergent drawer one month or longer. Several people in the area suff ered a power outage
vinegar through the ma- As well, lift the seal and clean any mildew with Sprinkle lemon juice on Wednesday. A house was being transported down PR
chine as well as filling the and clean underneath 3% hydrogen peroxide, onto freshly cut fruit so #270 to the Yellowhead highway at Basswood. The house
drum and surrounding tub with a paste of 3% hydro- baking soda and water. that it does not darken. would then proceed to Russell. We hope that reached its
with a bleach/water solu- gen peroxide and borax Ifthe problem re- destination safely.
tion and letting it sit for or toothpaste and an old mains, then like you said Reena Nerbas is a Now that seeding has more or less completed we
several days. No luck.My toothbrush, you will be there may be a more se- popular motivational pre- could use a rain. The spring has been very windy and a
research promotes the amazed at the build-up. rious problem such as a senter for large and small shower would be nice.
ideas that the outside of Another favorite prod- clogged hose or faulty or groups; check out her web- Our sympathy is extended to the Lochhead family
the drum is the problem uct for getting rid of the worn out machine parts. site: reena.ca. Ask a ques- on the recent passing of Doreen Lochhead.
or fetid water that doesnt smell of musty machines is This requires snaking the tion or share a tip at reena.
properly drain.Im won- washing soda; you can fi nd machine and using hot wa- ca
dering if the hoses could this in the laundry depart- ter and chemicals to free
be the culprit.I hesitate to ment of grocery stores. It is any clogs.
replace the hoses if they called, So Clean by Arm
arent the problem.Th e and Hammer. This product Zesty Tips of the Week:
machine is an older model is amazing at whitening 17062HH0
top loader that has given and brightening fabrics, Need to liven up a fruit
me excellent service for as a matter of fact, I like salad? Combine orange
many years. There are just to add one-quarter cup to juice with sour cream, add
two of us in the house-
hold so we only use the
washer for one load per
week.When the machine
is idle, the lid always re-
mains open. Even with the
smell, the clothes come
out clean. No other water
source in the house has this
difficulty. Could the drain
pipe on the wall be guilty?
Any suggestions you have
would be appreciated very
much.The laundry room is
on the main floor and get-
ting harder to ignore.
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no chance of escaping be-
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forms under the seal and
within the mechanics of
the machine. It is true that
you should keep the door
open when the machine is
not in use so that moisture
can escape. You cancon-
tinue to run one cup of vin-
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HELP WANTED OBITUARY


ELSIE ROSE LOCHHEAD
YELLOWHEAD REGIONAL EMPLOYMENT June 21st, 1936 June 1st, 2017
SKILLS AND SERVICES INC. Elsie Doreen Rose
Invites Applications for the Position of Lochhead passed away at the
HELP WANTED Employment Services Coordinator Minnedosa Personal Care Home
at the age of 80 years. Doreen
Full time insurance broker position available 30 hours/week was born on the farm at Bass-
Yearly contract renewal based on Government funding
Must be willing to work rotating Saturdays wood. She was the fifth child of
Training provided to obtain insurance license Yellowhead Regional Employment Skills and Services (YRESS) is based out of nine born to Fred & Becky Lam-
Minnedosa MB and offers employment services to surrounding communities ing.
Key responsibilities: and RMs. We are looking for someone with a passion for helping people and On July 15, 1953 she
Selling Autopac, travel insurance, some book-keeping experience managing a small team. The successful candidate will be responsible married Robert Lochhead
Basic office clerical duties for reporting to the managing Board of Directors and should be prepared to travel and raised four children. They
within the service area of YRESS. farmed a three quarter section of
Qualifications: The Employment Service Coordinator (ESC) provides clients with land formerly the McLean farm. Her and
dad continued mixed farming until
Able to provide excellent customer service employment services such as job search techniques including resume and
1986 when they moved to Minnedosa. Bob and
Strong problem solving abilities cover letter development, marketing of services to local community employers,
preparation and implementation of budget plan/budget and management/ Doreen operated the canteen at the Minnedosa Curling Com-
Cross selling insurance products administration of the office. Other duties include collecting, creating and plex for 9 years as D & B Enterprises, then went into the catering
business for the community.
Familiarity with MS Word, Excel an asset presenting progress reports, acting as liaison with personnel in Government
Mom was well known to many for her meals, baking (cin-
offices and overseeing all corporate financials.
Please email resume to Candidate must possess: namon buns, butter tarts and oatmeal cookies especially).
Mom really enjoyed her little casino ventures with her
lmcnabb@minnedosainsurance.com Strong organizational, financial, managerial and leadership skills
family and her girls!! She enjoyed an evening of playing cards
Experience writing business plans, proposals and reports
or fax to 204-867-3781 before June 30, 2017  Effective written and oral communication skills with all her sisters and brothers.
Ability to relate positively with a wide variety of clients, the public, Her hobbies were first her beautiful flower gardens and
employers, Board of Directors and Government funders her yard, she enjoyed puzzles, ceramics, her paintings and
Knowledge and experience with computer applications such as Microsoft all her precious time spent with her grandchildren and great
Part-Time Office Administrative Assistant grandchildren.
Office Suite and QuickBooks
required for Tanners Crossing Planning District Valid MB Class 5 Drivers License & access to a personal vehicle Doreen will be remembered by her children Audrey (Wes)
Ability to work independently as well as part of a team Coates, Valerie (Bob) Dean, Ken (Corinne) Lochhead, Gwen
This position is part-time only and will assist the Development Assets include: (Murray) LeBoutillier. Grandchildren Derek (Doumpy) Coates,
Officer in the management of the Tanners Crossing Planning Post-Secondary training and/or experience in counselling and group Conner and Landen, Brett (Chera) and Liam Coates, Jason and
Morgan Dean, Jennifer (Jeff ) Lochhead, Mark (Megan) Brooke,
District office. The ideal candidate will: provide excellent facilitation
Kale and Riley, Dale (Pam) Myah, Lily and Brad LeBoutillier.
Experience working with committees, Board of Directors and various
customer service in person and on the phone; multitask; Government Agencies Brothers and sisters Bea Brown, Mary Adamson, Margaret Van-
have strong organizational skills, effective written and oral Ability to take initiative and be self-reliant caeseele, Ralph (Rose) Laming, Barbara Wade and Wendell
(Laurie) Laming and many nieces and nephews.
communication skills; be proficient in MS Office, Experience with Social Media platforms such as LinkedIn and Facebook
She was predeceased by her husband Bob in 2001.
A detailed job description is available upon request. The successful candidate will
especially Excel and Word; and be familiar with payroll, basic be subject to a criminal record check. A private family service will be held at a later date.
bookkeeping and financial statements. Resumes will be received until June 19th at 4:00 pm. If friends so desire memorial donations may be made in
Please submit cover letter, resume and 3 references by email to: Doreens memory to the Minnedosa Palliative Care Service or
The full list of duties and responsibilities is available from Debbie.yellowhead@gmail.com Alzheimers Society.
Tanners Crossing Planning District. Funding provided by: The Government of Canada
Please submit cover letter and resume to
Tanners Crossing Planning District at tcpd@mymts.net
or by mail to Box 1072, Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0,
on or before 1:00 p.m. Thursday, June 16, 2017.
Ph. 204.867.2364.
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Clear Lake or Call 204-848-
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Jeffery Straker Entertains At Inspire Studio


By HILLARY CAMPBELL much fun to have some- Soltys said that if the
body like him play, who is opportunity presents it-

A n enthusiastic crowd
gathered on Friday
night at Inspire Studio to
so enthusiastic, and he is
such a great storyteller.
Straker is full of cha-
self, she would love to
invite Straker to play in
Minnedosa again, he has
hear the sweet sounds of risma, and had the audi- an open invitation to the
Jeff ery Straker. The sing- ence completely enthralled studio. Soltys loves put-
er-songwriter regaled the throughout the entire ting on this type of event
crowd with stories and mu- evening. He made them for her community, be-
sic, while their eyes rested laugh as he told them the cause I always love bring-
on the beautiful artwork stories that lead to his writ- ing visual art and musical
placed around the room. ing of specifi c songs, and art or drama together, its
As people entered, the then when he played the always so pleasing to be
entertainer for the evening song, had the power to able to provide live music,
milled about the room, tak- make them cry. However, written by the person who
ing the opportunity to get to in Soltys opinion, his last is providing it, in an art
know everyone in his audi- song was the real winner. studio that has nothing but
ence. The night ran until close to visual art hanging on its
It was a great audi- ten oclock, because once walls.
ence. Everybody really the set list was over, Strak- She will be eager to
seemed to enjoy them- er was applauded into an provide more opportu-
selves and everybody was encore. The song, about nities to allow people to
really pleased with the mu- his grandmother, who en- experience this, because
sic that Jeffery provided, joyed going out dancing on youre getting a really cool
Photo by Hillary Campbell said Marlies Soltys, owner weekends in her polyester package when you bring
of inspire Studio. She was suit, had the crowd laugh- those two pieces together,
Locals were entertained by Canadian singer-songwriter, truly pleased with the turn- ing throughout, and ended said Soltys.
Jeffrey Straker (R) last Friday night at Inspire Studio. out, and said, its just so the night on a high note.

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