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Volume 134 Issue 14 Friday, June 16, 2017 90 cents plus tax

INSIDE High Flying Motocross Action

O n Sunday, June 11th,
thrill seekers from
around Manitoba came to
Minnedosa and set their
two wheels to the track in
the McNabb Valley Moto-
cross, located northwest
of Minnedosa.
Th ere were approxi-
Marketing mately 300 entries for the
day’s races, and spectators
Excellence travelled from all over the
province to see the dust
Award For fl y behind the racers. The
two-wheeled racers took
Minnedosa to the skies on the jumps
along the dirt track, and
appeared to turn almost

3 sideways around the
many sharp turns.
“It was a good day,”
said Brad McNabb, pro-
moter for the event. “I
think we were a little down
on spectators.” He noted
that he was unsure of the
reason that the number of
spectators was down com-
pared to previous years.
There were many dif-
ferent races that took
place, and there were rac-
Support The ing opportunities for dif-
ferent age groups as well.
Food McNabb said they had
racers from age four to
Photos by Darryl Holyk

6 over age forty. This year,
fortunately, there were
no major injuries, and the
ambulance was not called
at all during the races.
tocross to Minnedosa.
Alex Macpherson, Mike
Wilman, Mike Shackel-
ford, Chris Relpers, Mike
Harms, Clark McNabb,
Les Moff at, Ryan Beatty,
and Trans Canada Motor
Sports all put in extra ef-
fort to make the day a suc-
cess. These people helped
pects of the day.
The event at McNabb
Valley has been held for
more than six years now,
and typically is held twice
be held once this year, but
they will host another race
day again in 2018.
Full race results from
Sunday’s event at McNabb
Th e track is main- Greg Harvey, Max McNabb with getting the a year. This year, Due to Valley Motocross can be
Happy tained by many people, McNabb, Donna Gwyer, track ready, manning the McNabb’s son, Ryder’s found at www.mbmotox.
Father’s Day and McNabb is grate- Gerry McNabb, Meghan entrance to McNabb Val- busy Motocross com- com
ful for their assistance in Harty, Tara Wark, An- ley, and for all of their petition schedule in the
Sunday, June 18th bringing Manitoba Mo- drew Koral, Cardale Tech, support in many other as- United States, it will only

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Men’s Shed Keeping Busy Recent Child Luring Scare
Brings Awareness For Parents
Since the incident, * Don’t be afraid to say
teachers have had per- “NO” to adults who ask

ecently in Minnedosa sonal safety conversations
there was an incident with their students, and
where a man in an older hopefully parents are do-
you to do something for
them, like fi nd a lost pet,
join them in an activity, or
model green car, with a ing the same. give them directions.
black license plate with If they are approached * Never accept a ride
white lettering attempted by a stranger, Ploshyn- or gifts from strangers, or
to lure a local student into sky urges students to even someone you may
his vehicle. Fortunate- keep going and get to a know, without checking
ly, the student was wise safe place. “We advise with your parents first.
enough not to get in the that they are in pairs, and Keep a safe distance (two
mans vehicle and found a not to be lured by people arm lengths) from strang-
safe place to seek help. they don’t know,” she add- ers and cars that approach
Following this fright- ed. you.
ening incident, the Roll- Some safety tips for * Establish a secret
ing River School Division parents and children, word or phrase for your
sent out correspondence from the RCMP website, family. Th is should be
to parents and teachers, are listed below. used in emergencies to
informing them of the * Know your home identify a ‘safe person’
Photo submitted
incident, and asking for address and home phone other than their parent or
increased vigilance and number and how to con- care giver.
awareness. “I sent out a tact your parents on their * If a person tries to
T he Minnedosa Men’s Shed has been busy on a number of community projects re-
cently. They have cleaned and painted the bird houses at Armitage Park for Com-
munities in Bloom and fl ower boxes at the Personal Care Home. This past Tuesday,
communique to teach- cell phones or at work.
ers and parents to advise * Know how and when
grab you, scream loud-
ly, make a lot of noise,
them to be vigilant around to call 911 in an emer- and create a disturbance
members stripped unpainted tongue and groove from the interior walls and ceiling of a
personal safety, and spe- gency situation: at home, (knock things over, scatter
small building for re-use at the Heritage Village (pictured above).
cifi c to this incident, to from a cell, and from a belongings, kick wildly).
Men’s Shed is always looking for new members and donations of tools to assist
advise students not to ap- public telephone. Shout  “Help, this person
them with projects. For more information, see ad elsewhere in this week’s edition.
proach people they don’t * Travel and play in is not my parent!” 
know,” said Mary-Anne groups, regardless of your * Whenever possible
Ploshynsky, Superin- age. Th e popular buddy take notes of any physical
tendent of Rolling River system works best. If you vehicle descriptors and li-

School Division. become separated or lost, cence plates and call 911.
Ploshynsky notifi ed tell someone with a nam- * Do not wear head-
RCMP of the event, but is etag (such as a cashier or phones or use portable
unaware of whether any- security guard) right away; electronic devices that
thing has come of the in- if there is no one with a can distract you from your
vestigation thus far. nametag, preferably tell a surroundings when you
female. are walking in the neigh-
* Be polite, but avoid bourhood. 
JULY 7th - 9th, 2017 long conversation with * Adult guardians
Minnedosa is once again hos ng its annual Fun Fest Parade on strangers. If someone you should play ‘what if’
th don’t know asks you a lot games with their younger
Saturday July 8 , 2017 at 11:00 am of personal questions, like children to reinforce these
where you live, DO NOT safety messages.
answer, just run away.
We would be very pleased to have you participate
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Marketing Excellence Award For Minnedosa
SUBMITTED of increasing the reach of with various attractions, ness of Virden for Aspir-
the Town of Minnedosa’s they were able to capture ing Youth, Carberry Men’s

T he 14th Annual Trib-
ute to Tourism Awards
was held on the evening
social media following
through Facebook and
Twitter; the “We’re Live
the voice and sentiment of
the community to inspire
interest in the Heritage Vil-
and Ladies Curling Club
for the Partnership Award,
Manitoba Agricultural Mu-
of June 7th, 2017 at the in Minnedosa” Social lage Museum, Minnedosa seum’s “Harvesting Hope”
International Peace Gar- Media Campaign set out Golf and Country Club, of Austin for Event of the
den, Interpretive Centre to do exactly that. Exclu- Inspire Studio of Fine Art, Year and Grim Acres Scare
near Boissevain, MB. This sively using video to gen- Minnedosa Bowl as well as Away Cancer of Brandon
extraordinary event had erate new awareness and other area attractions both for Outstanding Contribu-
over 135 people in atten- a sense of urgency to visit well-known and some of tion by an Individual.
dance and leading every- these Minnedosa attrac- the community’s best kept Other local nominees
one through the presen- tions during the Summer secrets. Former Minnedo- for the recent awards in-
tations was Barry Lamb, of 2016, the Town’s social sa Economic Development cluded Dari Isle Drive-In
Radio personality at CJRB media weekly viewership Officer, Vern May, who was (Service Excellence), Erin
Boissevain. saw a huge increase be- instrumental in indtrodu- Woodcock (Volunteer
Minnedosa had nom tween the months of June/ ing the campaign was in of the Year), Nicole Syn-
inees in each of the award July The campaign incor- attendance to accept the chyshyn (Aspiring Youth),
categories and came away porated the use of organic award. Minnedosa Santa Claus
with one award for Market- video, semi-scripted and Other Tourism Award Parade (Partnership), Val-
ing Excellence. The win- shot from a smart phone, winners included Carber- ley Fun Colour Run and
ning entry was the social visiting locations about the ry Agricultural Society for Little Valley Jamboree for
media campaign, “We’re community. By not using Service Excellence, Kelvon Event of the year.
Live In Minnedosa.” actors, and instead featur- Smith of Virden for Volun-
With a goal in mind ing local people associated teer of the Year, Jane Hark-
Photo submitted

Turner Benefit Social Former Minnedosa Economic Development
Officer, Vern May, was rewarded for his
involvement with a social media promotion
campaign for the community.

Raises Over $55,000
cident back in December. package, sponsored by ning, and everyone was
It was a very success- Ken Kane was auctioned well behaved.
ful night, according to the off for $8,500, and the Shortly after midnight,
organizing committee, WestJet package was auc- members of Kailyn’s fam-
who estimated the crowd tioned off for $3,050. Oth- ily took to the stage and
at being at the room’s full er auction prizes went for addressed the crowd,
capacity, at five hundred $1,000 - $1,500. and explained how over-
people. The Facebook The Town of Minnedo- whelmed they were. They
page for the social even sa donated the use of the gave an update on Kailyn’s
had posts on the day of the arena for the event, and condition, and let every-
social, people looking for manning the door that one know how apprecia-
more tickets. evening was the volun- tive they are of their sup-
Th e organizing com- teer firefi ghter crew from port. After their words of
mittee said that after all is Minnedosa. Fire Chief gratitude, the DJ’s, Dennis
said and done, the social Dean Jordan and his band Deslaurier and Cam Farr
Photo submitted will have raised in excess of heroes guarded the en- took over, and the crowd
of $55,000 to help sup- trance and made sure that flocked to the dance floor.
By HILLARY CAMPBELL port the Turner family. “I everyone stayed in line. The event ended at 2
don’t know what to say as However, people in the a.m., and everyone had a

O n the evening of Sat- far as how the community
urday, June 10th, rallied around the whole
a benefi t social for Kai- event,” said a member of
crowd were all respectful
of the cause for the eve-
great time for a great cause.

lyn Turner was held in the organizing commit-
Minnedosa. It felt like the tee, indicating how over-
whole community came whelmed he was by the
out to support the family support and compassion
of the young girl, who was of his community. 

injured in a tragic car ac- The weekend getaway

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Around Morneau’s ‘Tax Escalator’ A Bad Precedent
the Region... By AARON WUDRICK
Canadian Taxpayers Federation
Canadians, Morneau can just sit back while taxpayers
get soaked. Nice work if you can get it. It’s also obvious
what a dangerous precedent it would set.

M ost taxpayers probably breathed a sigh of relief
that Finance Minister Bill Morneau’s spring
budget didn’t include any headline-grabbing tax
If politicians can get away with automatic tax es-
calators for beer, wine and spirits, why not other goods
too? For that matter, what if they tried it with some-
Carberry News-Express – “The Largest Small hikes, such as increases in income taxes or business thing like income taxes or business taxes? One com-
Town Fair in Manitoba!” is the new slogan being taxes. Rumoured new taxes on health and dental ben- mon argument in defence of tax escalators is that they
used to promote the Carberry Fair and Races. Pro- efi ts and capital gains thankfully never materialized. take the “politics” out of tax hikes and ensure “stabil-
motion has been a key part of this year’s strategy But that doesn’t mean taxpayers got off the hook com- ity and predictability” for producers and consumers.
and has already generated some interest from peo- pletely. There were still a few small increases, includ- Nonsense.
ple with horses as far away as Alberta. ing tax hikes on cigarettes, and a two per cent tax hike There’s no such thing as a “non-political” tax hike.
on beer, wine and spirits. Raising taxes is an inherently political decision, made
Roblin Review – With the departure of Dr. Aziz On the surface, it’s hard to argue the sky would fall by politicians. Trying to bury tax hikes in legislation
from the community, there are new emergency because of such a small rise, which works out to about with a formula, in a cheap attempt to make them seem
room hours at the Roblin District Health Centre. five cents for a case of 24 cans or bottles. Pretty small “above politics,” is an insult to Canadians who have ev-
Drs. George and Maluka will be providing on-call ER beer in the grand scheme of things, right? But buried ery right to see the clear link between tax hikes and the
service 24 hours a day Friday through Sunday but in the proposed legislation is a troubling provision politicians who choose to impose them.
the ER will only be open 12 hours a day Monday to that matters much more than the five-cent tax hike: an If politicians want to take more of Canadians’
Thursday. automatic “tax escalator” which would see those same hard-earned money, at the bare minimum they
booze taxes rise every year at the rate of inflation. should be obligated to face the public and explain why
Boissevain Recorder – The #10 Highway re- In other words, it isn’t a one-time tax hike. It’s one they’re doing it. And if Canadians don’t buy their argu-
newal will bring the following changes: the elimina- that will be hitting beer drinkers over and over again. ment, they should pay a political price. In other words,
tion of the southbound turning lane at South Rail- Every year. Forever. if Morneau wants to hike taxes on beer drinkers every
way Street, moving the entrance to the Boissevain This is not the way governments usually bring in year, he should have to wear it every year, rather than
Health Centre, fewer access points to businesses tax increases. Normally, when governments want to hiding behind a tax escalator.
along the highway south of the track and a new me- raise taxes, they must table the request in Parliament As fi nance minister, he needs to be accountable
dian extending from Su-Rites south towards the hill. and actually tell Canadians that they’re going to raise for his budget – not just one year, but every year. A
them. great way for him to demonstrate that he understands
Dauphin Herald – The Relay For Life, held at But with Morneau’s proposed “tax escalator” , fu- this principle would be to take the automatic beer tax
Selo Ukraina raised $54,854.82 for the Canadian ture tax hikes would be automatic. Think about that. escalator out of the budget bill. If he doesn’t, Cana-
Cancer Society. The money goes towards helping Rather than having to face the public and explain, ev- dians could have much bigger reasons to cry in their
the Parkland branch of the Cancer Society by creat- ery year, why they’re taking even more money from beer.
ing transportation programs to go to and from hos-
pitals and appointments in the region.

Crossroads This Week – Over the course of the
summer Westman Communications Group will roll
out a $5 million investment for high speed Internet,
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Local UCT Celebrates 25 Years
Ye O l d
T r i b
1887 – All stores in town will be closed on Tuesday the
21st as it is Jubilee Day.

1897 – A plank being used for loading hogs at the sta-
tion, slipped and struck Mr. Brown in the face, inflicting
an awful injury. It marred Mr. Brown’s good looks some-

1917 – Complaints continue to be made of the condi-
tion of the road along the town line from Mr. Moad’s
northwest corner to the Clanwilliam Schoolhouse. It is
Photo by Hillary Campbell said to be in a disgraceful condition, having had no work
done to it for a couple years.
Charter members of Minnedosa UCT (L-R): Faye Ebner, Pat Delbridge, Donna Shorrock,
Don Shorrock, Scott McFarlane and Linda Maliteare. 1937 – The Minnedosa Calf Club has been formed with
at least 20 members. Archie Londry was elected presi-
By HILLARY CAMPBELL Regina, Dave Poets from The UCT is still very The group makes their dent of the club at its organizational meeting. Vice Presi-
Brandon, and Darlene active in Minnedosa. “I best eff orts to support dent is Ellis Strahl and secretary is Arthur Bayes.

O n Saturday, June
10th, a banquet to
celebrate the 25th Anni-
Gillies from Neepawa.
Each speech was full of
congratulations, remem-
think it is a really worth-
while group,” said Ellen
Bramley, one of the UCT
each of these groups, with
their main fundraiser be- 1957 – The Liquor Control Board has announced that
ing the Tuesday night bin- Minnedosa will have a liquor store. The site chosen is at
versary of Minnedosa’s brance and merriment. members, “We don’t give go at the Ukrainian Hall. Norm Beddome’s lot behind the Tremont Hotel. Con-
UCT Council #926, was After dinner, UCT huge contributions, but The group takes their struction is expected to begin immediately.
held at the Minnedosa member Pat Stone pre- we give to a lot of smaller role in the community
Curling Club. The group’s sented a slideshow of things, like the library very seriously, which is 1967 – Community Hotels Ltd. Have announced the
inaugural meeting was in photos, dating back to the and the summer reading apparent in the fact that appointment of Tony and Vicky Mazur, formerly of Mc-
February of 1992 at the first days of the UCT. This program, and then we do three of its members have Creary as the new managers of the Tremont Hotel.
Ukrainian Hall. included a photo of the quite a bit for the intellec- received the international
Some of the charter group’s first executive. tually challenged, too.” award, Fraternalist of the
members were in atten- Th e group also gave The four pillars of the Year. The three recipients 1977 – Two new ball diamonds are near completion at
dance including Linda out 25 year pins to mem- UCT program are the in- over the years are Neil the agricultural grounds. The Trib’s, Minnedosa’s entry in
Maliteare, Donna Shor- bers, and certificates for tellectually challenged, Cameron, Linda Maliteare the Yellowhead league, are currently two and two.
rock, Don Shorrock, Scott those who have been cancer, safety and youth. and Donna Shorrock.
McFarlane, Faye Ebner members for over 20 1987 – Canada’s new one dollar coin, featuring a por-
and Pat Delbridge. About years. One of the group’s trait of the loon, will make its debut at the end of this
35 people attended the members, Betty Radford, month. The coin will be 11-sided, yellow-gold in colour
and slightly larger than a 25 cent piece.

celebration. Mayor Ray was unable to attend so
Orr and his wife, Cheryl Linda Maliteare and Jean
were also guests at the cel- Th omas stopped in to 1997 – Over 550 seniors attended the Westman Seniors

ebratory event. present her with her 25 Picnic held in Minnedosa on June 12th.
The speakers for the year pin and a corsage, so
evening were UCT mem- that she would not be left 2007 – Tyler Foxton has been named the Wrangler Tie-
ber Jean Thomas from out of the celebration. Down Calf roping Champion at the Manitoba Provincial
High School Finals in Austin. He won the title with a time
of 17:56 second.

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Food Bank In Dire Straits
By HILLARY CAMPBELL buy enough for dinner out at the time. They an-
that night,” said Bertram. ticipate having a similar

T he Minnedosa and
Area Food Bank is
in peril. Right now, they
Each standard ham-
per, which would be given
to feed up to two people,
number of clients again
this month.
If each person who
only have enough reserves contains one can of pork bought groceries donated
for about the next two and beans, one box of one of the hamper items,
months, at which time, Kraft Dinner, three cans it would greatly help the
they are unsure how they of soup, two cans of veg- Food Bank make ends
will be able to service the etables, one can of pasta meet, and fi ll hungry bel-
community. sauce, either pasta or rice, lies.
Each hamper that is one pound of hamburger, Th e Farmer’s Market
given out costs anywhere and a couple of loaves of in Minnedosa has gener-
from $22 to $34 worth of bread or buns. ously agreed to have col-
food, and is determined Th e Food Bank has lection bins available for
by the size of the family it been lucky enough to food donations at their
is going to. In addition to have Heritage Co-op and markets. However, Ber-
this, the Food Bank has al- the Rosie’s Bakery do- tram noted that they
ways given a food voucher, nate their leftover bread, would greatly appreciate
to be spent at Heritage Co- so there is no cost to the food donations that are
op. However, after much Food Bank for the bread before their ‘best before’
deliberation, they are now they provide to clients. dates. She added that
in the process of eliminat- They are incredibly grate- “fresh garden produce is
Photo by Hillary Campbell
ing the food-vouchers due fully for these donations. welcomed when it is in
to budget restrictions. In the month of May, season.” for which she is grateful. back door of the United in Minnedosa.
Linda Bertram, from there were 100 people Bertram and the Food However this number is Church. Bertram also Your tasks for this
the Food Bank, would like who visited the Food Bank gratefully appreci- about $200 short of last made note that financial week: donate one canned
to challenge readers to try Bank, which means they ates those who donated to year’s sitting. donations of over $15 is food item when you visit
to do their grocery shop- needed $2,200 to $3,400 the Food Bank members Anyone who wishes to tax deductible, and tax the grocery store, and try
ping on this budget, to get just to provide hampers to who were set up at Heri- make a food donation is receipts for these will be to limit your grocery list to
a feel for the challenges those in need, and this is tage Co-op. According to welcome to drop food off sent out in January. Fi- $22 to $34.
faced by the food bank. “I not including the vouch- Bertram, these volunteers at Heritage Co-op, Kim’s nancial donations can be
tried it, and I didn’t even ers that were being given raised $1,437 that day, Quality Foods, and at the left at the United Church


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Bloom Committee To Revamp Founders Parks
By HILLARY CAMPBELL John Crerar, Thomas J. clean the school yard and
Gibson, Sid Paler, Big John around town. They have

T he Minnedosa Com-
munities in Bloom
committee has been busy
Cameron, John Tanner,
Jim Chipperfield, General
Hugh Dyer, Dr. Jared Nor-
also paired with the 4-H
members to prepare the
fl ower pots around town.
again! This time, the dedi- man Andrew, Paddy Mc- Minnedosa’s UCT has a
cated group is planning on Dermott, Jack Burgess and promotion called “Join
re-vamping the 12 Found- Joseph Armitage. Hands Day”, during which
ers’ Parks downtown. Thus, Communities they will work with the
Th e project first be- in Bloom to the rescue! Youth Soccer League to do
gan six years ago, when Th ey will be replacing some planting, and clean
the Chamber of Com- the plaques on the stone up areas of Minnedosa.
merce Business Improve- cairns, likely with alumi- Th e group plans to
ment Committee teamed num. Provost Signs in do another town-wide
up with the University of Neepawa made the initial clean up closer to the date
Manitoba Landscape Ar- signs, and will likely be that the judges will be in
chitecture students to de- contracted to make the Minnedosa. They will be
sign the parks. This project new ones, since they al- collecting garbage, as well
required physical labour, ready have the required as e-waste, which con-
grants, and research, but information. sists of old electronics that
Tribune File Photo
it fi nally came to fruition People can fi nd pam- people often wonder how
to give Minnedosa the 12 phlets about the Found- to get rid of. This will also The Founders’ Parks were created by the Chamber of Commerce Business
beautiful parks around ers’ Parks at various places include hazardous wastes
Improvement Committee as part of the downtown upgrades for
town. around town, including such as old antifreeze or
Minnedosa’s 120th Homecoming celebration in 2008.
Now, after a number the Town Office and the other chemicals that peo-
of years, the plastic cover- library. ple need to rid themselves
Lastly, the group
ings over the plaques in Further to the new of.
each park have become plaques being put up Communities in
would like to ask the com-
munity to keep an eye out 7KXUVGD\1LWH
weathered and warped.
It has become difficult
in the Founders’ Parks,
Communities in Bloom
Bloom also wanted to re-
mind people that they will
for those who have been
spray painting buildings
to read the information would like to remind ev- be doing the ‘Yard of the
around town, such as the
about each founder on the eryone that there will be Week’ contest during the -XQ
50+ Centre, as this graf-
plaques, which defeats the judges coming to rate last two weeks of July and
fiti will not be of any help 6KR
purpose of the project.
The plaques each re-
our community on July
25th. The CIB group has
the fi rst two weeks of Au-
gust. They will divide the
when the judges come to SP %XUJHVV
spectively have informa-
tion on the following town
already teamed up with
Tanner’s Crossing stu-
town into four quadrants,
and pick from one quad-
In the meantime, stay
beautiful, Minnedosa!
founders: Walter Weir, dents from grades 5 to 8 to rant per week.

By RAVEN’S GLEN WI Legion’s Annual Literary
and Poster Contest, Ju-
chel was involved in the
Newdale Horticulture So-
shopping for Myrna`s
brand new great grand- -XQHWK
C ongratulations
WO2 Marika Dewar-
to nior Category. Her poem
entitled “Th e Man Be-
ciety and local Hospital
Aid during her years in
daughter, amazing how
some things have changed
Norosky who received side Me”, was written for Newdale. in the `baby department` HYHQWVSODQQHG
two awards at the recent Remembrance Day and Davis and Helen Caird and some not much. Then
317 RCACS Strathclair Air will be available to all Le- have been hosting friends we found some things we
Cadet Squadron held on gions, and to schools as from Scotland, Gordon didn`t even know what
June 1st. Marika earned requested. Anna is re- and June Tattullo over the they might be used for --- DPWRDP
the International Air Ca- lated to some very proud last ten days. They have and didn`t ask! DWWKH1HZGDOH&XUOLQJ5LQN
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She was also presented and Rita Branconnier that well as helping out at the day and then travelled on
with the Most Improved lived in Newdale several farm. This is June`s fi rst to the Strathclair United ,QLWLDWLYH&RPPLWWHH
Cadet award and the years ago. trip to Canada but Gor- Church to provide the ser- $IUHHZLOORIIHULQJZLOOEHDFFHSWHGWR
Mentorship award, which Our community sends don toured three differ- vice there. Only two more VXSSRUWWKH1HZGDOH)LUH'HSDUWPHQW
recognizes a one-on-one sympathy to the family of ent times with a musical Sunday services remain-
relationship between a Rachel Hake who passed group that made many ing and we will then be *UDQG2SHQLQJ1HZGDOH3RVW2I¿FH
more experienced cadet away at her home in Bal- one and two night stands taking July and August off,
and a less experienced carres, Saskatchewan on across the country, this before resuming in Sep-
cadet in this squadron. May 25th. The Hake fam- before they were married. tember.
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the end of June and is the they moved back to Sas- come again! should be planted, the DWWKH1HZGDOH)LUH+DOO
daughter of Dennis and katchewan. She was pre- Enid Clark visited crops are looking lush and
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School who was awarded (William) Crewson, five husband and new baby first fl ush of weeds arrive!
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Prairie Mountain Cycling Windup
By HILLARY CAMPBELL get into it safely. They had such as the Oxbow Trail
a chance to ask Brython and around the Bison En-

O n Thursday, June 8th,
the Prairie Moun-
tain Cycling Association
some questions.”
Edwards, as well as
Th e cycling season
Frykoda from the Prairie runs from the middle of
in Minnedosa held their Mountain Cycling Associa- April until the middle of
wind-up barbeque. The tion taught the kids about June, and there is also a
evening was a great night mountain bike skills, and number of optional week-
for all of the kids involved, facilitated the program end events, with races, for
and they even had a chance with diff erent skill levels. the group to attend if they
to do a jump workshop Th e younger kids, who are interested. The group
with Brython Edwards. are as young as age four, is affiliated with the Mani-
Brython Edwards took learn to pedal their bikes toba Cycling Association,
the kids through a jumping and ride over obstacles. so there is a program that
clinic, taking the kids over The older kids are more they are able to follow to
ramps at the bike park, and advanced, and are able to help teach the kids about
taught them the safest way venture onto some of the cycling in an organized
to go over the jumps on bike paths that are being manner.
their bikes. established in the area. Th e group has only
Typically the Prairie Frykoda encourages peo- been in existence for a
Mountain Cycling Associa- ple to come out for bike few years, but already they
tion has held their wind- rides with the group, which have had kids participat-
up barbeque at Heritage will help further develop ing from Brandon, Neepa-
Village, and they would go those bike paths. wa, and other areas near- Photo submitted
for a bike ride. This year, Th e group meets by. Next year, the season
they opted for something weekly, and they work on will start around the mid-
Nice weather allowed for some bike tricks at the River’s
different. “We have a bike a variety of different skills, dle of April, weather per- Edge Bike Park during the recent season windup for the
park in Minnedosa,” said such as setting up circuit mitting. The group wants Prairie Mountain Cycling Association.
Tim Frykoda, of the Prairie and obstacle courses and to promote cycling in the
Mountain Cycling Associa- riding on trails. Some of community, especially having more people riding donated food and refresh- next year’s cycling, and
tion. “The kids are curious the trails are more ad- among the youth because, on them and using them,” ments, “they’ve been re- hopefully they will have
about it, so it gives them a vanced, but there are eas- “that’s how the trails that noted Frykoda. ally great supporters that an abundance of new
little exposure to that, and ier trails for those who are we are building become For the wind-up bar- way,” said Frykoda. The members.
also a few tips on how to still developing their skills, more established, just by beque, Heritage Co-op group looks forward to

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W.I. Holds Meeting At Historic Cadurcis House
By DARRYL HOLYK Building. The home was one of the scheduled “re-
originally located west of freshment stops” for the

S ix members of the
Basswood W.I. met at
the Heritage Village on
Minnedosa in the Cadu-
rcis District and moved
to the Heritage Village in
Communities in Bloom
judges who will be touring
Minnedosa in July.
the afternoon of Wednes- 1998 where it was fully re- Th e District Muse-
day, June 7th. The ladies stored as a period family um and Heritage Village
enjoyed a guided tour of home. will be open daily for the
the nine museum build- To date, the local mu- months of July and August
ings before gathering in seum has been visited by and is available for tours
the dining room of the a school tour of 25 from by appointment year-
historic Cadurcis House Odanah Colony and 60 round. The museum’s
for refreshments and a students from New Era annual Heritage Day cel-
meeting. School in Brandon. Up- ebration and fundraiser is
Th e Cadurcis House coming school tours this being planned for Sunday,
dates from about 1910 and month include 80 students August 20th with a num-
is one of three Designated from George Fitton School ber of pioneer demonstra-
Heritage Buildings at the in Brandon, 100 students tions and hand-on activi-
Heritage Village. The oth- from Meadow School in ties for people of all ages
ers are the Manitoba Pow- Brandon and 20 students to enjoy.
er Commission Plant No. from Hamiota School. The
2 and the Octagon Display Heritage Village is also
Photo by Darryl Holyk

Youth Beef Roundup Basswood W.I. members. Standing (L-R): Elaine Th omson,
Betty Iverson, Edith Parsons and Diane Harrington.

10th Anniversary Event Seated: Marion McNabb and Linda Birch.

SUBMITTED awareness, and be proud
to be part of one of Cana-

T he 10th annual Mani-
toba Youth
Roundup event will be
da’s largest industries.  We
feel the celebration of our
past shows exemplifies the
held in Neepawa August importance of youth and
4th to 6th. This exciting agriculture, and will strive
three-day event will bring to present innovative op-
together junior members, portunities that promote
4-Hers, and enthusiasts and educate future cattle-
from all across the prov- men dedicated to the cattle
ince. industry.  
The show is organized New for the 10th An-
by representatives from niversary -  Low stress
various breeds that have Cattle Handling work-
been involved with Nation- shop, Stockman Knowl-
al and Provincial shows in edge competition, Public
the past. Our goal is to pre- Speaking and Roundup
pare young entrepreneurs Ambassador competition,
in the livestock industry, Advocacy workshop, and 
thru this exciting showcase invitations for 4-H Cham-
of youth, cattle and friend- pion Females from each
ly competition. This event 2017 Club Achievement to
will educate, encourage, attend Roundup, with en-
stimulate and unite par- try fee paid by Roundup.  17063gm5
ticipants in the business Along with Ag Challenge
of agriculture and the beef competitions, Cook-off,
industry.  It encompasses cattle shows, scholarships
a variety of competitions and Selection of Canadian
and events to match all Western Agribition Team. 
interests and skill levels of View our new video on our
participants. Some of the facebook page.
events are Team Groom- Roundup is being un-
ing, Individual and Team dertaken as an all breeds
Judging, Showmanship, show to bring young pure-
Marketing, Sales Talk, Im- bred and commercial cat-
promptu Speeches, Art, tle producers from across
Photography, Scrap book- the province to see friendly
ing, as well as cattle classes competition amongst the
This will be a celebra- new and upcoming pro-
tion and showcase of Man- ducers from within Mani-
itoba Youth and agricul- toba.  Th e deadline for
ture in our province.  We Roundup entries is July
encourage young and old 10th. Check out Manitoba
to stay involved in the ag- Youth Beef Roundup face-
riculture industry, explore book page or contact Lois
career opportunities, in- McRae at 204-728-3058. 17053GMB
crease national trade and
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By DIANE BACHEWICH Municipal Cemetery. wind up on Saturday at the
Speedy recovery to campground.

G et well wished to An-
thony Kowalchuk who
is in the Brandon Hospital.
Sophie Nechwediuk and
Collene Thompson who
are both in the Minnedosa
Sympathy is extended
to Charlotte Misanchuk
and Wayne Shewchuk and
Congratulations to Hospital. family on the passing of
Myles Kristalovich who Happy 50 th wed- Charlotte’s father, Adolph
was one of the 4,000 stu- ding anniversary to Nick Boyko, of Winnipeg. Fu-
dents who graduated and Shirley Melnyk, who neral will be held this
from the Calgary Univer- celebrated with a party weekend in Winnipeg.
sity, with a Bachelor of Sci- at the Ukrainian Hall in Congratulations to
ence Degree. Myles is the Minnedosa on Saturday Kevin and Tracy Tyschin-
son of Keith and Margie evening. sky on the birth of a baby
Kristalovich of Calgary and Peter and Pat Prokop- boy, Jackson Randalf Phil-
grandson of Sylvester and chuk returned home from ip. Another grandson for
Elsie Kristalovich. Brooks, AB, where they Phil and Marie Tyschinsky.
Happy Birthday to attended the high school Bob Shindruk of Gimli
Margaret Dmytriw who graduation of their grand- spent a few days visit-
treated everyone at the son Dylan Steele, who is ing here with family and
Drop-In Centre to coffee the son of Dennis and Tan- friends.
and cake. ya Steele.
Sympathy to Melanie Francis Kuzmak’s
Michalchuk and family daughter, Mavis Flack, re- If your label reads Photo by Hillary Campbell
on the passing of her dad,
Alec. Funeral was held on
turned home to Calgary,
AB after spending the past 17 /05 /31 A change in venue for the Chamber of Commerce Ag Appreciation BBQ
Wednesday here at the two weeks here. It’s time to renew saw a good crowd enjoying a lunch of beef-on-a-bun, coleslaw, a drink
St. Michaels Orthodox The Lion’s Club held your subscription! and a cookie while supporting a great cause. This year’s BBQ, held
Church and burial at the their annual year end
204-867-3816 Wednesday at the Arena, raised approximately $2,900 (minus some
outstanding expenses). Th e BBQ supports two $1,000 agriculture
related bursary’s for Minnedosa Collegiate Grad students.
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When you advertise with The Tribune The Past By DOREEN TROTT All Star Westman players.
They won against Eastman
your ad reaches subscribers in these
Manitoba communities: C ongratulations
the six girls from
Minnedosa who were cho-
to 32 – 22. Congratulations to
the victorious players!
Barry and June Hum-
Arden MacGregor Russell sen for the All Star girl’s phreys of Clanwilliam vis-
Argyle McCreary Sandy Lake rugby team. They were ited last week with Mal-
Bethany Melita Shoal Lake part of the Westman team colm and Shirley Rose.
Brandon Minitonas Souris which played against East- Th e Northam family
Brookdale Minnedosa Ste Rose man at Dauphin on Satur- are busy practicing for a
Carberry Morden Starbuck day. Malcolm and Shirley play which will take place
Cardale Mountain Steinbach Roses granddaughter Ki- at the Rapid City Museum
Carman Road Stonewall enna Rose was one of the on June 16th.
Clanwilliam Neepawa Stoney
Dauphin Newdale Mountain
Douglas Oak Bank Strathclair
Eden Oak River Swan River
Elphinstone Oakburn Virden
Erickson Olha Winnipeg
Franklin Onanole
Gladstone Pilot Mound Did You Know?
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High Bluff Prairie of subscribers
Kenton Rapid City across Canada
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Introducing Daughter-On-Call
By HILLARY CAMPBELL ing, housekeeping, laun- man-Campbell said they so seniors will be staying ting more emotional care house needs to be done.
dry and pet care. This can also provide medical in their homes much lon- at home,” she said. She has Th ey are there to assist

O n June 28th, the means that seniors no
Minnedosa 50+ Cen- longer need to stress when
tre will have a visitor. Gail they are unable to care for
companions for seniors
who want to take vaca-
tions. “If they want to go
ger. With that, “we are go-
ing to see that social isola-
tion get worse, and a way
seen many cases where a
senior receives the neces-
sary emotional care, which
seniors, “if there are other
things that need done, we
are just going to do it for
Freeman-Campbell and the day-to-day manage- to Hawaii for a week, and to alleviate that is to have correlates with fewer med- them. We do the main
one of her staff members, ment of their home. want to take a compan- our caregivers go in and ical ailments. thing, but we take the time
Melissa Babcock from In addition to homec- ion with them, I can sup- spend time with them,” she Th e new Minnedosa to do all the little things
Daughter-On-Call will be are and personal care, ply a medical person to go added, noting that her staff branch of Daughter-On- that sometimes no one no-
doing a presentation on Daughter-On-Call also with them,” said Freeman- also make companionship Call will be managed by ticed, and that tend to pile
the services they provide provides transportation in Campbell. This takes the visits, where they will stop Sherry Babcock, who will up for them.”
to seniors. and around Minnedosa, stress out of any travel by for a social visit, play be located out of Neepa- With the demand for
Freeman-Campbell and also to Brandon, Win- plans. cards, have a cup of tea, wa. This branch will cover senior care on the rise,
said she plans to tell at- nipeg, Clear Lake or any- A short time ago, there and chat with the seniors the area from Portage La there will be more people
tendees about her private where else in the province was a presentation in in their own home. Prairie to Minnedosa, and staying in their homes lon-
homecare company be- that seniors need to travel Minnedosa to help com- Freeman-Campbell down to Carberry. In total, ger, as opposed to moving
cause there has been quite to. Freeman-Campbell bat senior isolation, which said, “it is a way to ensure there are 52 staff members, into a care home. As such,
a bit of interest coming and her staff will also pro- Freeman-Campbell says is that not only their physi- and there will be some- more people will be relying
from the Minnedosa area. vide post-surgery care in a growing concern. “When cal needs are met, but one available twenty four on private homecare com-
The services that Daugh- the client’s home, and will we go into a client’s home, their emotional needs are hours a day, seven days a panies like Daughter-On-
ter-On-Call offers are able transport clients to their our caregivers might be met as well.” Too often week, and three-hundred call, and the presentation
to compliment the services doctorappointments. the only person that client the emotional needs of a and sixty fi ve days a year. on June 28th will be very
off ered by the Regional They will act as advocates sees that day, that week, senior are neglected, not The staff includes a combi- informative for a lot of citi-
Health Authority. for their client, to ensure or that month,” she said. only by their physicians, nation of health care aides, zens. Freeman-Campbell
One benefi t to Daugh- that all issues are covered, Noting that with the aging but also by their families companions, and nurses. hopes to see a good crowd
ter-on-Call is they make and all medications are baby-boomer generation, and themselves. “I feel According to Free- of people that day, and she
house calls, and provide picked up. there will not be enough that if we address the emo- man-Campbell, her staff and Babcock will remain
assistance with hygiene, Not only will they trav- beds in care homes to ac- tional needs, then we can will make home visits for at the 50+ Centre after the
bathing, toileting, groom- el in Manitoba, but Free- count for the rise in need, reduce doctors office vis- the purpose that they have presentation to answer any
its, and possibly even re- been called for, but they one-on-one questions that

Carol Burnett Unplugged
duce the need for a lot of will also check to see if people may have.
medication if they are get- anything else around the

Photo By Hillary Campbell

Local actors re-enact a scene from the long running television
varierty show, The Carol Burnett Show.

By HILLARY CAMPBELL their seats in the crowd, Eunice started shouting
the audience was giggling. through the crowd, look-

T he Minnedosa Drama Mama and Eunice each
Club deserves your wore very suitable cos-
applause. Again. This tumes, and never missed
ing for Mama.
Th e second act was
much like the first, in that
spring’s production of a cue, making their dia- it kept the audience in
Carol Burnett Unplugged logue seem natural, rather stitches. It included more
was outstanding, and had than rehearsed. of Molly and Burt, and an-
the crowd laughing the Th roughout the first other ‘episode’ of ‘As the
whole way through. act, there were skits with Stomach Turns’. It also
Th ere was a nearly Molly and Burt, and a dra- featured a skit in which
full house at the Thursday matic skit of ‘As the Stom- a young man brings his
evening showing, and a ach Turns’. mermaid girlfriend home
completely full house at After the fi rst act, to meet his parents.
Friday’s showing. there was a break, where We can’t wait to see
Right from the be- the audience could stretch what the Minnedosa Dra-
ginning, with Eunice and their legs and have some ma Club comes up with
Mama from the Mama’s cookies and coff ee. The next. It is sure to be excel-
Family skit, trying to find second act started when lent!
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Rolling River School Division Rolling River School Division
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Food For Dad on Father’s Day
By CHEF DEZ refreshing ideas to add silk as you would for boil- placed) with a thin layer of toes and the volume per and grill on each side until
  some variety to your cel- ing, but instead lay them oil or baking spray to help bundle. Alternatively, caramelized. Season with

M y Dad is a real meat
and potatoes kind
of guy, and doesn’t stray
Bacon is a very popu-
on a hot grill. The cara-
melized fl avour and color
lar ingredient and almost of the kernels roasting di-
prevent the potatoes from
sticking, and then mound
on a pile of potato chunks
these can also be made in
an oven with the bundles
placed on a baking sheet.
salt and freshly cracked
pepper and serve.
Adding a cast iron pan
from this beaten path very anything can be “bacon rectly over the fire off ers (with or without skins). One of my most favor- to your barbecue’s cook-
often. Although he appre- wrapped”. Try experi- a corn eating experience Th e smaller the potato ite barbeque side dishes is ing surface will help to
ciates good food and has a menting with ideas like like none other. Just keep chunks are cut, the faster grilled red onion. With the expand your cooking pos-
palette accepting of spici- steak bites, chicken strips, rotating the cobs periodi- they will cook. Top with an help of a marinade, slices sibilities. You can now eas-
ness, he usually doesn’t stuff ed jalapenos, and cally to ensure even cook- array of ingredients such of this sweet onion variety ily sauté mushrooms for
like anything too fancy or prawns all wrapped in ing and browning. Once as butter, seasonings, on- get caramelized and sug- steak, side dish vegetables,
extraordinary. Many Dads bacon. Even an ordinary the kernels are slightly ions, cooked bacon, pep- ary on the grill. A simple or anything that is not eas-
fall into this category and wiener will make a hot dog charred, remove, serve pers, etc. Then bring the marinade of soy sauce ily cooked on traditional
thus I dedicate this column taste better if wrapped in with seasoned butter and ends and sides of the foil and liquid honey will work grates. A new cast iron fry-
to them and the loved ones bacon before cooking! enjoy. If you are doing this up to completely seal to- wonders for you. Simply ing pan is also a good gift
that cook for them. Another great idea over charcoal, the flavour gether. Keeping it sealed slice the red onions into 1 idea that will last him a
Being a Dad myself, for the barbeque is corn is even better. completely will trap steam to 2 cm thick slices and in- lifetime.
I immediately think of on the cob. Most people Tin Foil Potatoes is in and help to cook evenly. sert two skewers per slice Add a couple of cold
barbequed food when it boil cobbed corn, but how always a favorite with Place these bundles over to keep them from falling side salad dishes that you
comes to Father’s Day. much fl avour does water our family. Simply start low heat and check peri- apart into onion ‘rings’. Mix can prepare in advance
Instead of grilling up the have? Zero. A better way out with a sheet of heavy odically for doneness. The the marinade and soak and your Father’s Day
same old cookout fare like is to cook them directly on duty aluminum foil. Coat time it will take to cook the slices for one to twelve meal will be complete.
hamburgers and hotdogs, the grates of the grill. Re- the top side of the foil through will depend on hours, turning occasion-
allow me to give you some move all the husks and the (where the potatoes will be the cut size of your pota- ally. Preheat the barbeque

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