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Legion welcomes
Happy Gang
BRADY GROVE
Times Reporter

The Happy Gang 50+ Society of Strath-
more moved from Lambert Centre to the
Royal Canadian Legion Branch #10 on
July 31.

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The Happy Gang moved because of
renovations to Lambert Centre. They
expect to move back in at the end of
October.
Happy Gang and the Legion are both
thrilled at the opportunity to collaborate

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and grow both organizations.
“They have everything to accommo-
date what we do,” said Happy Gang
summer president Janet Kerr. “When I
spoke to Jenny, we were both excited
about the fact that their members can
join with us if they choose, and our

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members could join with them.”
Carmen Erison, Strathmore Municipal
Library’s assistant director of library ser-
vices, was thrilled the Happy Gang was
able to find a temporary location and
believes it to be a great fit.
The change of scenery is described
as a natural partnership because many
members of Happy Gang are also mem-
bers of the Legion. The Legion is offer-

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The eight-mile race will test riders’ mile interval, competitors will reach an Nation has put up some big prizes, with Bob Sheddy
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“It’s a simple race but you have to tribute to the past when the indigenous ers who place second to fourth.
have a good horse sense,” said event population used horses for everything First responders will be on quads fol-
coordinator Carlon Big Snake. “There’s
a lot of obstacles out there so you better
hang on tight to your horse.”
from hunting to moving camp. Riders
will be in traditional indigenous regalia
and will ride bareback, just like the old
lowing the riders in case of emergency.
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CELEBRATING CANADA 150 BY ENHANCING OUR COMMUNITY
REQUEST
FOR TENDER -
There are numerous facility upgrades and enhancements happening in Strathmore this
summer. They are all part of the capital improvements the Town is undertaking during
CLEANING
Canada’s celebratory year.
The work is planned over the next few months and like a house renovation, there is a
SERVICES
lot going on and it may get messy at times with extra construction around town.
The Town of Strathmore
Some of the ‘rooms’ under renovation include the Aquatic Centre, the Family Centre,
Lambert Centre (including the Library, FCSS Offices and Senior Drop In/Happy Gang is inviting the submission
Centre), Kinsmen Park including the addition of a community Pavilion, Gray’s Park,
Town pathways, an area within the Downtown core and the Town Offices.
of quotations for cleaning
The goals are to work safely and efficiently to complete the projects with as little
services. Details in regard
disruption as possible and to keep residents and visitors informed throughout the
construction.
to this tender may be found
Regular Council For information about each project, to follow the progress, and stay informed about
changes that may impact you or your family:
on the Province of Alberta’s
“Purchasing Connection”
Meetings and • Visit the Town’s website under the Canada 150 Projects area on the home page
(www.strathmore.ca)
website at http://www.
purchasingconnection.ca. The
Committee of the • Follow us on Facebook and Instagram (@TownofStrathmore) and Twitter
(@Strathmore_Town) closing date for submission
Whole Meetings • Watch for other information around Town
of quotations is at 12PM on
September 1st, 2017.
have been cancelled
CELEBRATING CANADA 150 BY ENHANCING OUR COMMUNITY
for August.
UPDATES TO CANADA 150 PROJECTS

For details about all the Canada 150 Projects and ongoing updates, visit
www.strathmore.ca
For details about all the Canada 150 Projects and ongoing updates, visit
www.strathmore.ca
Seniors Drop-in Centre – The Happy Gang has moved while enhancements to the
Lambert Centre are completed. The Seniors Drop-in/Happy Gang have relocated to the
Strathmore Legion (230 Second Ave) as of August 1st. All regular programming will
continue with minor adjustments. When construction is completed at the Lambert
Centre, the Happy Gang will move back into the improved space.
Community Pavilion - Kinsmen Park will see some enhancements to the area along
with a new Community Pavilion, which will be constructed near the North area of the
Park thanks to generous donations and support of the community. The North parking
lot on the East half of the Park is temporarily closed during construction of the Pavilion
and other enhancements.

Strathmore Fire Department
Community Outreach
FIRE ADVISORY
FIRE ADVISORY
Moderate Fire Danger. Strathmore’s Fire Department advises residents that a more restrictive fire ban may be coming or that
there is a short-term
Moderate Fireconcern
Danger. like Strathmore’s
a major wind event Firewhich has increased
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During this fire advisory, open
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STRATHMORE

restrictive fire ban may be coming or that there is a short-term concern like a majorthe
fires are allowed in approved, registered fire pits, but residents are reminded to be extra vigilant. Soaking windarea adjacent to
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Thank you all for your cooperation
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fire pits, butto this matter. are reminded to be extra vigilant.
residents
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Thank you all for your cooperation and understanding to matter.
your travel destinations latest information. www.
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supervise outdoor fires. recommendations
Make sure the fires are from the Strathmore
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• When burning have a garden hose or bucket of water nearby and ready to go.
leaving them.
Fire safety advisory
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ban. You may see a fire safety advisory issued for short-term conditions such as during
quality. Each fire ban will include a list of prohibited fire uses, such as use of fire pits, barbecues and other forms of open
major
flame wind events, unusually dry conditions or hot temperatures.
devices.
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August 11, 2017 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 5

7 Harts advances at Battle of the Bands
BRADY GROVE sic just play music and have a good time
Times Reporter and the audience will know it,” said
guitarist and lead vocals Daniel Wiewel
Battle of the Bands reached the half- who grew up in Strathmore.
way point of round one with 7 Harts Lion in our Name finished the night off
advancing to the finals over local group by bringing a rock melody to the stage.
The Beautiful Scars and rock band Lion The group came together six years ago
in our Name at Legends on Aug. 3. when the bandmates met at Red Deer
“We have a fun first philosophy,” said 7 College. Strathmore RCMP are
Harts lead singer Stacey Mass. “We aren’t Each group is evaluated on four spe- investigating a theft from a
trying to take Manhattan and have our cific categories: originality, musician- from a garage that took place
name in the lights.” ship, stage presence and audience in-
7 Harts was the first band to play and teraction. For each category, a band is on July 8th in the Wildrose
featured the largest cast of the compe- given a score on a scale of one to 10. Crescent area of Strathmore.
tition at six members. They added final The scores aren’t released at the end of
member keyboard player Roger Repay the night. Unknown suspects entered
this past April. The Calgary-based musi- The band with the highest score ad- a garage before taking
vances to the finals on Aug. 25 for a
cians are a relatively new rock band with
chance at $1,500, an opportunity to play
items left in vehicles and
country leanings and didn’t have any
original music prior to the competition. at the Canada 150 Music Festival on Aug. 7-Harts won the Battle of the Bands week four on fleeing. Should you have any
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had to create two originals in a couple on 95.1 Golden West Radio. rock band with country leanings had the largest
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use of dogs as test subjects. However, new biomedical
Malting and Brewing, held their grand opening on hours to serve you better. We look forward to seeing you soon. technology is being studied in the hope that animal
Aug. 4. The Lariat Grill food truck greeted people testing eventually will be a thing of the past. They are
in front of the brewery before joining residents developing the “organ on a chip” technology where
and staff inside. Brew master Nick Patterson (far Monday 9:30-5:00 cell cultures on a computer chip represent actual
right) and owners Josh Michaluk (middle) and human organs and drug testing is done on these chips.
Kyle Geeraert (l) poured some of their local prod- Tuesday 9:30-5:00 Certain classes of routinely-taken medications should
uct for customers. not be stopped suddenly.
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2017 STRATHMORE STAMPEDE PARADE WINNERS!
Commercial Entries
1st Place: Lil Hoots Consignment
2nd Place: Deb Murray—CIR Realty
3rd Place: Chinook Financial

Community Entries
1st Place: Wheatland Lodge
2nd Place: Strathmore Youth Club
3rd Place: Village of Standard

Antique Vehicle Entries
1st Place: Antique Truck Club - Red 1962 GMC
2nd Place: Bill Hendricks—1953 Massey Harris Tractor
3rd Place: Antique Truck Club—1965 GMC Tow Truck

Horse & Wagon Entries
1st Place: Strathmore Veterinary Clinic
2nd Place: Animal Care Centre of Strathmore
3rd Place: Sagewood

Mounted Single
1st Place: Miss Strathmore Stampede Rodeo Queen
2nd Place: Sundre Rodeo Queen
3rd Place: Alberta High School Rodeo Queen

Mounted Group
1st Place: Fun Country Riding Club of Strathmore
2nd Place: Peak Contracting Services Inc.
3rd Place: Grethe Sorenson
August 11, 2017 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 7

Re-designation request stymies county
ADELLE ELLIS Booth. “We need to make sure our communities
Times Reporter grow or do something in our communities to move
(people) there instead of going to farm land.”
Unit D,

As Wheatland County’s population steadily in- One councillor had a difficult time justifying pos- 202 Canal Court,
creases and residential houses are on the rise, sibly turning down the re-designation request as a Strathmore, AB
Wheatland County council and staff have taken a similar request regarding industrial land had been
metaphorical pause to try to picture what they see passed earlier during the council meeting. In that
instance, the applicant had stated that he owned
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years. the land and he had a hard time understanding prowatersystems
A common question for high school and/or uni- how someone else could dictate what he did on it. @gmail.com
versity students is, “where do you see yourself “How do I determine what you as a landowner
in 10 years?” That question raises more personal should do? How do I turn you down just based on
the fact I don’t think you should have it there?” said
questions such as “who am I” and “who do I want
Councillor Brenda Knight.
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Regarding development and re-designation of Pallesen answered he didn’t know how to justify & Drinking Water Systems
land, Wheatland County officials are currently ask- that question, only that he and many other farmers
ing themselves very similar questions about what don’t like seeing viable agriculture land split up
Wheatland County is and what they want the coun- for small acreages to be built. He said Rocky View
ty to look like in the future. County is faced with several problems due to over-
The question was raised during a public hear- population on rural land.
ing on July 18 where one local farmer voiced his “You guys know more than I the issues Rocky
concern and the concern of “about 30,000 acres View (County) is faced with and it’s going to hap-
worth of farmers” around an area in which a land pen here sooner than we think. The math is simple
re-designation from agriculture general or country … where does it end?” said Pallesen. “I don’t know
residential was requested. everybody here but this is the County of Wheat-
The land in question is 160 acres (or one quarter) land and it’s an agricultural (county.) I think the
in size, split by over 50 acres worth of lake, with whole thing has to be revamped.”
three houses on it under two land titles. The owner Wheatland County Reeve Glenn Koester asked
of the quarter hopes to build a fourth house on the staff if an area structure plan would be a viable op-
land and, following an upcoming land auction on tion for the whole road in question.
the quarter, it is speculated that a fifth house could “I think council needs to take a step back and
be built. ask themselves a couple serious questions,” said
The sole farmer who attended the public hearing Angie Lucas with planning and development. “I’ll
stated that he hays the land and that it is viable be so bold to say, ‘do you want to be like Rocky
agricultural land that he would hate to see turned View or not’ is the first thing.”
into small acreages, especially when local hamlets Lucas suggested council look at the municipal
and villages could use more residents. development plan and determine if their decisions
“I think this county is going in the wrong direc- are being made with a larger vision in mind, and
tion, I truly do. Your slogan is ‘Room to Grow’ and to think about the regionalization and increase of
that’s great – probably in an industrial aspect or population that will undoubtedly be coming to
something … something’s got to change. I’m a firm Wheatland County.
believer in that,” said Shane Pallesen while speak- “There are impacts to your adjacent (communi-
ing to council. ties) and there will be impacts to your agricultural
Pallesen’s suggestion to his problem with the re- vision moving forward if you make it difficult in
designation of the agricultural general land was any way for agriculture moving forward,” said Lu-
for council to instead consider building a “Prairie cas. “Those are all pieces of the puzzle that you
Schooner Estate” type of development around Glei- need to think about.”
chen or another hamlet where urban residents can In the end, the motion to re-designate the land
build and own a home on a two- or three-acre par- was defeated, with two councillors for the request
cel of land so they can still live in a country setting to re-designate and three councillors against the
without disrupting agricultural land. request.
“We do have small communities that are strug- “It tells me we have to take a breath and look at
gling,” said Wheatland County Councillor Alice the future for sure,” said Koester.

The Beautiful Scars shoot a music video
BRADY GROVE unnamed opening act kicking things off at 8 p.m.
Times Reporter During the course of the main act, camera crews
will be in the audience grabbing footage to be
Local rock band The Beautiful Scars are taking compiled into a video. The audio will be edited
the next step in their band’s journey by perform- into the video at the production studio.
ing the Green Bar Takeover on Aug. 11 at the “It’s going to be just mayhem,” said Knopf with
Strathmore Hotel. a laugh.
The group plans on using the show to create a Audience members won’t have to sign a waiver
music video of their song High School from their but the band will make an announcement before
EP “We Ain’t Pretty.” filming begins to alert anyone who doesn’t want
“We got picked up by Drumheller FM 95.5 and to be part the video.
they are playing High School,” said lead singer and The original plan for the music video was to
guitarist Kevin Knopf. “I’m pumped, it was great to shoot it out of a garage, reminiscent of most “ga-
hear it on the radio.” rage” bands. However, the band was concerned
Part of the band’s marketing strategy was to get about breaking bylaws and decided to make the
their music out to the smaller radio markets such change to the Strathmore Hotel, at which the band
as Drumheller. The local rock group consists of has performed in the past.
two other members: bass player Darren Genovese “You can end up talking to people in the front
and drummer Curtis Doherty, also known as Curt row and tables and they are laughing, making
Rock. jokes,” said Knopf. “It’s really intimate.”
The Beautiful Scars will play at 9 p.m. with an Continued on Page 8

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Youth Club going to Peru
BRADY GROVE youth were given the option of going to Peru, school or hospital.
Times Reporter Columbia or Guatemala and chose Peru after a “We are working on that right now but we
month of research. are hoping to do something a little closer to our
The Strathmore Youth Club is planning an international As of now, the club will take 18 youth but hopes hearts (such as) a youth centre,” said Magee. “It
trip to Peru next year to take in the culture and experience to reach 30. According to Zieman, they expect the will be based on whatever the community’s need
another country, and to leave a positive, lasting mark on a cost to be approximately $2,500 each. is at that time.”
community by participating in a construction project. The Youth Club is fundraising for the trip; one According to Zieman, Youth Club members will
“It’s a really neat opportunity for the kids to see a different initiative includes Milkshake Mondays in conjunc- be doing projects around Strathmore to help pre-
culture and to do something that supports somebody down tion with Humpty’s starting Aug. 14, in which pare them for the Peru trip.
there too,” said director Shannon Zieman. Humpty’s will donate $2 from the sale of every Youth Club parent Jon Havens and his girlfriend
The trip takes place Feb. 15 to 26 for the Youth Club lead- milkshake. Cathy Hartley are going on the trip as chaper-
ership kids who are in junior high and high school. The On the trip, club members will stay with fami- ones. Havens’ son Aidan, 17, is one of the leader-
lies in the community of Cusco, living as they do. ship kids at the club.
Different activities will be available, such as Span- Havens has a construction background and is
ish, dance lessons and visiting Machu Picchu. The hoping to take a primary role in whatever project
Strathmore Legion Branch #10 NEWS youth will be given basic Spanish lessons before
they depart.
they participate in.
“It’s an opportunity to give back and I have the
By Irene Knappe, Secretary / PR / Poppy Chair According to program coordinator Hannah Ma- skill set they are looking for,” said Havens, who
WE ARE GETTING MORE HOT DAYS!! PLEASE TAKE CARE OF YOURSELVES, gee, most of the people the youth will interact added that he hopes his son Aidan will come to
YOUR KIDS AND PETS!! WATER PARK IS OPEN!! ENJOY!!
• A big shout-out to our Veterans, Comrade Jack Crawshaw and his lady, Pat; as well as
with will be able to speak English, limiting the appreciate what they have in Canada and learn
Comrade Vern Neiszner and his other half, Barb. Jack is pretty much home bound now and Vern is language barrier. more about the world and different countries.
in the Lougheed Hospital in Calgary with recently diagnosed Leukemia. He is not allowed visitors However, the Youth Club wants more than just Aidan has worked at the Youth Club for about a
or flowers. We miss seeing you all at the Legion.
• Parade morning brought us a beautiful day for the parade, which, I would say, was a huge to experience another culture and take in the year and is really looking forward to meeting the
success. Of course, we had a gorgeous float, thanks to all the volunteers who put it together, with sites. They want to give something back to the people and seeing how they live.
special kudos going to Comrades Dean Scott, Herb Fitzsimmons and Richard Westgard who made
it what it was. And let’s not forget Comrade Brenda Knight who was their main gopher. community they are staying at by participating in “I wanted to experience a new country because
• AND!!! Our Heritage Days Breakfast was out of this world!! Many, many thanks to all who a construction project. The exact project hasn’t I’ve never really travelled before,” said Aidan. “It
volunteered to make this happen for our friends in Strathmore. Volunteers started off before 6, yet been decided, but they suspect it will be a will be a whole new outlook on life for me.”
preparing all the grills, food and setting up. It was a bit chilly to begin with but when the sun was
up it was getting warm and the people began to come. Our very own Helen Holder sang her little
heart out from 7 on! Thanks Helen, for a musical morning!! We hope everyone had fun!! We
received $145 in donations!!! Thank you!!
• The winner of the “guess how many tabs are in the jar”, was Dean White, who received $245
REMEMBERING OUR ROOTS ~ Myrtle Florence Christensen
for coming closest to the total of 8,321 tabs! Congratulations Dean!!!
• Welcome to the HAPPY GANG, who, while their digs are being renovated, will call our Legion JOHN GODSMAN Following Grade 9, Myrtle attended and gradu-
their temporary home. So glad to have you!! We hope you will feel at home while you are here!!! Times Contributor ated from Drumheller High School, then attended
• PLEASE NOTE: The Kitchen is closed from August 7th until August 22nd. Our chef, Pat Brainiff, the University of Calgary where she obtained her
has taken some time off for a much-deserved holiday and to spend time with his family. He will
be back with fresh ideas for super meals to feed all his fans who like to come to the Legion for Myrtle’s family history originates in Denmark Junior Elementary Teaching Certificate. She then
breakfast, lunch or supper. and Ontario, and has been traced back to the taught elementary school in Hussar from 1958
• ON ANOTHER NOTE: Operation hours for Mondays have been changed to 11 to 6, same as
Sunday, until further notice. late 1800s. Her paternal grandparents were born to 1969, except for a term between January and
between 1877 and 1883 in Denmark. Grandfa- June 1967 when she taught at Gleichen. During
BE THE PERSON who touches the lives and hearts of people. the summers, she took Summer School
Be a positive light to others as you put a smile on their faces.
ther Rasmus Anton Christensen and
FOR IN THE END…it’s not what you say that matters, grandmother Kirstine Maren had two classes at the University of Calgary.
it’s how you make them feel that lovingly stays in their memory. sons, Sigfred and Richard. Her mater- In 1958, Myrtle met Constantine Pen-
To all our Veterans, RESPECT and SALUTE!!! WE WILL NEVER FORGET!!! nal grandparents, Jacob Herbert Snider telchuk and they were married Nov. 26,
THANK YOU TO EVERY ONE OF OUR VOLUNTEERS!! YOU’RE THE BEST IN THE WEST!!! and Lily Florence, also born in the late 1960. They had two children, and now
For further information, please call the Legion at 403.934.5119 1880s, were descendants of the United have three grandchildren.
Empire Loyalists and were born in On- Gus (Constantine) was born and
tario. They first came to the Bassano raised near MacNutt, Sask. on June 30,
Thought for area where several of the children were 1930 and had three brothers and four
the Week born, including Myrtle’s mother Hazel sisters. He attended school at MacNutt
Beatrice Snider, born June 6, 1914. They through Grade 8, when he left and
~ later lived in the Hussar and Drumhell- joined the work force, moving to Al-
We don’t er areas. berta in the late 1950s. He stayed at his brother
Sigfred, Myrtle’s father, was born May 31, 1906 Nick’s farm, which was two miles south of Chris-
deny our in County Skejby, Denmark, while Richard was tensen’s, which was how he and Myrtle met. Gus
circumstances, born Dec. 8, 1908 near Horsens, Aalborg, Den- worked primarily on road construction, but also
mark. They came to Canada in 1914, sailing from did odd jobs for area farmers. He passed away in
but we can deny Liverpool on March 21 on the Empress of Ireland. October 2004.
them the right After arriving in Halifax, they took the train to Myrtle has lived in Hussar since 1958, when she
Alberta and lived for a time in Calgary, before accepted her first teaching job at Hussar School.
to rule over us. After retiring in 1969, she became a substitute
taking up residence in the Drumheller Valley.
The brothers attended school here, and grandfa- teacher for the next 20 years in that area. From
ther Christensen worked in the Robin Hood Coal 1982 to 2004 she worked as the librarian at the
Mine for five years, before dying of Spanish Flu Hussar Municipal Library. She was also a mem-
on April 22, 1919. ber of Hussar Village Council from 1989 to 2004,
Grandmother Kirstine and her two sons found serving as Mayor for nine of those years.
employment on the Two Bar Ranch on the west The Hussar Municipal Library closed on June
side of Wintering Hills, working for Jack Mor- 16, 2016 after it was announced that the Hussar
ton. The family had purchased land nearby and School would close on June 30, 2016, leaving the
farmed together until Sigfred and Richard bought library with no housing.
their own parcels of land in the same area. This Since 1958, many changes have taken place –
land is still being farmed and/or inhabited today all the main roads, in every direction from the
by their descendants. village have been paved. The elevators, railway,
Sigfred married Hazel Snider in May 1939, and school, lumber yard and hotel have all closed. But
they had six children. Myrtle was born on July 22, new industry has been developed – the welding
1939 and was the oldest of these six Christensen shop, seed cleaning plant and a chemical/fertil-
children. She also has an older brother (Kenneth) izer business have all started operations.
and older sister (Audrey) from her mother’s first Hussar Credit Union, now Chinook Financial,
marriage to Jacob Carlson. Myrtle attended the first opened its doors for business in 1960. Com-
Two Bar School from Grades 1 to 9. The school munity involvement and the building of a new
was about two miles south and a little east of hall, new arena, and curling rink continues to
their farm. Transport to and from school was by bring people together and supports sports and
horseback for everyone. social activities, as well as the village.

Hotel sets stage for music video
Continued from Page 7 mek. “We are huge on live mu- Hotel can hold 75 people for
sic. We are the original home of the show and it will be a first
“Kevin actually had come in live music.” come, first served basis.
and performed at one of our Fulmek said it’s the first time The Beautiful Scars also com-
Friday night jams and got such a music video has been shot peted in the fourth week of Bat-
a great response,” said Strath- at the hotel in her 17 years of tle of the Bands at Legends on
more Hotel manager Sue Ful- working there. The Strathmore Aug. 3.
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A locally owned and family-run auto- lacrosse, volleyball, pickle ball, basket-
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When Town of Strathmore Councillor
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The Heritage Zone was a hot spot of activity at the 2017 Strathmore Stampede and Heritage Days,
and featured numerous games and entertainers for people to enjoy, including monster truck rides, trick
riding, kids shows, a magician, a hypnotist and multiple singers.
Doug Taylor, Miriam Ostermann, Adelle Ellis and Brady Grove Photos

Strathmore Stampede
and Heritage Days
hits a home run
MIRIAM OSTERMANN vor as a total of 121 brave contestants
Times Associate Editor stepped into the arena and took the
bulls by the horns – some of them lit-
Cowboy hats, boots and belt buck- erally.
les made up a larger-than-ever sea of Strathmore and area’s local cowboys
patrons at Strathmore’s largest annual and cowgirls, including Tate Hartell,
community event, made possible due Scott Schiffner, Kristen Gjerde, Riley
to hundreds of volunteers, committee Sibbet, Denver Johnson and Riley Roy,
heads and staff logging countless hours took to the arena to compete in bare-
of overtime. back, bull riding, ladies barrel racing,
Strathmore Stampede and Heritage steer riding and team roping.
Days once again had a favourable at- “It’s a huge economic shot in the arm
tendance record with patrons coming from the fans that come to Strathmore
from all over the world, according to to watch this event, whether it’d be gas
the Strathmore and District Agricultural stations, hotels, restaurants or other
Society. service providers,” said McLane. “It’s
While the weekend featured all the a welcome economic boost for all of
regular expectations, such as the food those folks to benefit from visitors to
trucks, entertainment, a tradeshow and the community.”
children’s activities, the event also in- The grounds also featured hypnotist
troduced their first ever lip sync contest Colin Christopher, the Little Bucka-
while bringing back the monster trucks roos, a kids tractor pull, the Superdogs,
and a single header rodeo format. Cobb’s Travelling Adventure Park, a
“We think that was positive and en- capella group HOJA, Running of the
abled us to attract a strong contingent Dachshunds and the magic of Aaron
of cowboys and cowgirls, and so the Matthews. Caring for the Caregiver
best times and scores went out and that Members of the Strathmore town in Strathmore & Wheatland County
enabled us to have cowboys here that council and the Siksika Nation chief
maybe wouldn’t have otherwise,” said and council could also be spotted to- CALLING ALL AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS IN
Herb McLane, general manager with gether in a booth in the grandstands STRATHMORE / WHEATLAND COUNTY!!

PHOTO CONTEST
the Strathmore and District Agricul- taking in the excitement of the rodeo
tural Society and general manager of and chuckwagons.
the Strathmore Stampede and Heritage “I think it went very well and the
Days. crowd seemed to be a bit larger… they
“The one thing that we also worked seemed to be enjoying the rodeo and Our local Caregiver COMPASS Group is producing a calendar for 2018 and
on very diligently was the communica- chuckwagons, so that’s good to see,” wants your help. We want to feature various “shots” within Wheatland County
tion internally with all the stakeholders. said Mayor Michael Ell. “It’s very impor- on each of the pages. Photos can be landscape, buildings, machinery, animals,
I think this is very important for the tant to have a successful event, and the
seasons. Portraits are NOT eligible. The contest is open to all ages but you must be
success of an event like this that has agricultural society in turn provided a
a resident within Strathmore/Wheatland County.
many moving parts to it, and have good full range of entertainment for every-
transparent discussions about the pro- body that came to the grounds.”
The Strathmore Heritage Days Rodeo Submit a printed 8 x 10 along with your name, contact information, and where your
gram and what’s working and what’s
and annual fair came into conception photo was taken. Photos can be dropped off at:
not working. Overall we are really grat-
ified by the response of not only the in 1966. It turned professional when it Strathmore FCSS Wheatland FCSS
community but the rodeo community.” was sanctioned by the Canadian Profes- 116 – 3 Avenue Highway 1 at Range Road 243
McLane added that a high caliber of sional Rodeo Association in 1985 and Strathmore (7 km east of Strathmore)
cowboy and cowgirl athletes, putting added the World Professional Chuck-
more resources into ground manage- wagon Association in 1988. Then, 14 If your photo is chosen for publication, you will need to provide a digital file with:
years ago, Strathmore introduced the o Minimum resolution of 300 dpi o Minimum image size 8” x 10”
ment, drawing awareness to the chang-
es – such as the rodeo format – and Running with the Bulls – an adapta- o Jpg format o A signed release [available at either FCSS office]
participating weather likely had an im- tion of the infamous Pamplona event
pact on the turnout of the event. in Spain. Deadline for submissions: 15 September 2017
Last year’s unfortunate rainy weather Well before the last horse trailer left
resulted in the cancellation of the fan- the grounds, the Strathmore and Dis- Need more information??
favourite Running with the Bulls event. trict Agricultural Society already began Contact Strathmore FCSS at 403-934-9090 or Wheatland FCSS at 403-934-5335
That returned this year with much fer- planning for next year’s event.

S LD
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Strathmore area farms to participate
in Open Farm Days
BRADY GROVE Poplar Bluff Organics supplies food to Cutbill loves the idea of Open Farm
Times Reporter over 70 restaurants in the Calgary area. Days, specifically the educational and
Carrots by Cam grows carrots, beets, po- promotional side of it. For example,
Alberta Open Farm Days is returning tatoes and parsnips with 13 staff mem- one would assume guests would have
to the region on Aug. 19 and 20 for the bers, half of whom work on a seasonal to wear protective gear at the bee farm.
fifth year. basis. Beard doesn’t use any pesticides But according to Cutbill, the farm uses
Open Farm Days celebrates farming or synthetic fertilizers, and instead relies Italian honeybees which are very gentle
and educates citizens on the industry on cover crops and buffer zones. and don’t sting people often.
and local food production. According to Beard, a 50-foot buffer “Yesterday we extracted 400 pounds
This year’s event has over 100 farms zone must exist on their land between of honey and I was wearing shorts and a
participating and will feature two organ- their crops and non-organic farms to muscle shirt,” said Cutbill. “My business
ic farms within a short drive of Strath- prevent potential pesticide contamina- partner did the first three years without Cam Beard holding up carrots at his farm just
more: Poplar Bluff Organics and Rose- tion. getting stung once.” north of Carseland. Beard is the owner of Car-
bud Valley Honey. Beard also uses the local wildlife to The beekeeping farm’s honey is avail- rots by Cam which is part of Poplar Bluff Organ-
ics. They are participating in Open Farm Days on
“It’s an opportunity for any farm to help him identify how his crops are do- able in Rosebud year-round.
Aug. 19 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. to help educate
open their gates to the public and have ing. For more information visit alberta- the public about how and where their food comes
them come take a look and tour their “If you grow plants with high sugar farmdays.com. from. Brady Grove Photo
facility,” said Michelle Baird, a business levels, the bad bugs that eat plants are
analyst with Community Futures Wil- going to go after the sick plants,” said
drose who supports the event. “It basi- Beard. “If you keep your plants healthy
cally allows them to showcase who they enough, then you don’t have a bug
problem.”
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are and what they do.”
Poplar Bluff Organics operates multi- While Beard uses insects as an indi-
ple organic farms in the Strathmore area cator, bees are Rosebud Valley Honey’s
and is no stranger to the Open Farm life. The honey producers, located south
Days event. of Rosebud on township road 271-A,
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p.m., north of Carseland. They’re offer- from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
ing tours and education of the organic “Guests will come and watch us as
farm as well as a place for vendors to we open up a hive and I’ll talk them
sell vegetables and jewellery, and there through the different social structures,”
will be a face painter for the children. said Jordan Cutbill who owns the com-
“We have some more vendors (and) pany with his wife Jaala and business
more food to try, and still time to go out partner Kelsey Krogman. “I’ll give a
and do the farm tour,” said Beard. “This demo on different types of bees; we’ll
year I planted some potatoes so we can see bees collecting honey, nectar and
go and dig them up.” pollen.”

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Lip sync contest rocks Heritage Days
BRADY GROVE The song choice spread far across the musical spectrum
Times Reporter from ACDC’s Shook Me All Night Long to Grease’s Summer
Lovin’ and, of course, multiple country acts including Garth
Strathmore Stampede and Heritage Days first annual lip Brooks’ Friends in Low Places.
sync contest on Aug. 6 at the ag grounds was wildly suc- Maxwell Alexander, a.k.a. the fabulous Christina Dia-
cessful, with performances inspiring the crowd to join in the monds, won the top prize of a $250 patio party at Original
singing and dancing on everything they could, including the Joes by scoring a whopping 39 out of 40 points with his
stage and benches. performance of Me Too by Megan Trainor.
Graydon Pease was the mastermind behind offering the “It was such an amazing turnout and to have the crowd so
contest this year and wasn’t sure what to expect, but he said riled up it was just absolutely amazing,” said Alexander. “It’s
he was extremely happy with the turnout. nice to see our community coming together.”
“We had about eight or nine groups signed up and initially He drew strength from his mother, who helped him pick
six of them didn’t show up,” said Pease. “We were able to his winning song, and from his fans for his first lip sync con-
rally and get the crowd going and pull some people out of test in several years.
the crowd and we got some fantastic performances, simply “I’ve been doing drag for about 10 years now and lip sync-
from the crowd.” ing comes with the territory,” said Alexander who brought a
The crowd got into the show incredibly quickly and took strong stage presence, fluid dance moves and a sleek black
to the area in front of the stage to dance. This spilled out dress lined with silver as part of his costume to the show.
Maxwell Alexander, also known as Christina Dia- into the crowd and onto the stage as the hour-and-one-half Several contestants sang more than one song, including
monds, performed Me Too by Meghan Trainor show went on. Alexander who started off the competition with Christina
and scored 39 out of 40 points on Aug. 6 at the
“We had dance parties going on onstage, offstage and ev- Aguilera’s Ain’t No Other Man.
Ag Grounds for the Strathmore Stampede and
Heritage Day’s first annual lip sync contest. The erywhere else,” said Pease. The judges consisted of performers and entertainers from
crowd was incredibly active as the singers in- Contestants could pick their own songs but had to have it the Stampede including the pragmatic Matt Deroche from
spired dance parties throughout the show. vetted by Pease just to ensure there was nothing rude or of- the Canadian a cappella group HOJA, the magical and al-
Brady Grove Photo fensive, as it was a family show. ways positive Aaron Matthews, the Little Buckaroos and hyp-
notist Colin Christopher, who frequently drew the ire of the
passionate crowd for his lower scores.
Original Joes also contributed patio parties for the second
and third place contestants valued at $150 and $100 respec-
tively. Focused Specialized Trucking provided $200 for the
most outrageous performance.

Library spy day
Tavish Foshaug, 10, navigated his way
through the laser tripwire obstacle
course. Charlie C, 6, used the fingerprint
station at the Strathmore Family Centre
on July 28. The library hosted their Spy
Day for 33 kids in the Summer Reading
Program and featured physical and men-
tal challenges including fingerprinting,
bomb diffusion using acorns, and target
practice. Brady Grove Photos

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Dream comes true for seniors Breakfast and barbecues galore
MIRIAM OSTERMANN Multiple business hosted barbecues and breakfasts for Strathmore and area residents over the Strath-
more Stampede and Heritage Days weekend on Aug. 4-7. Venues that participated included Western
Times Associate Editor Financial Group, Ford, Siksika Nation, Co-op, the Legion and George Harriman and Associates.
Brady Grove and Doug Taylor Photos
Eighty-two-year-old Elaine Beesley
didn’t get to feel the wind in her hair
or the thunderous sound of 16 hooves
New thrift store
pounding along the track while sitting opened
on the wagon, but she still got to cross Calgary resident Sue Roy
off the only item on her bucket list, opened the Second Wind Thrift
thanks to chuckwagon racer Rick Fraser store on July 18 in the Crys-
and his family. tal Ridge strip mall. The name
Several weeks ago, during a football speaks to giving items a sec-
game’s halftime – a regular get-togeth- ond chance and find a home
er for Beesley and her two friends Bev to be useful to another owner.
The store offers a wide variety
Kellett and Joanna Howard – Beesley
Veteran chuckwagon racer Rick Fraser (back left) of products such as chairs,
haphazardly mentioned her desire to clothes, jewellery and decora-
gave a barn tour on Aug. 5 to Elaine Beesley (top
ride in a chuckwagon and get close to right), Bev Kellett (front left), and Joanne Howard tions.
the animals, acknowledging it to be the Brady Grove Photo
(front right). Beesley’s bucket list consisted of
only item on her bucket list. While she seeing the animals up close and understanding

TRACTORLAND
never expected her dream to come true, the sport better. Miriam Ostermann Photo
her interest sparked an idea in her two
friends who enthusiastically went to lion dollars today. It was such a plea-
work to try to fulfill Beesley’s wish. sure to come out. I want to come out

DELIVERS!
The ladies quickly found out that all the time. I’m getting tired of people
once the horses are hooked up to a knocking them down. I think people
chuckwagon, even in practice, there is should get to know the hard work and
no slowing them down. Yet through the dedication. They love these animals.”
World Professional Chuckwagon Asso- Joanna Howard lived in Strathmore
ciation (WPCA), chuckwagon racer Rick for eight years before moving to an in-
Fraser and his wife offered a solution: a dependent living facility in southeast
barn tour, an opportunity to sit on the Calgary two years ago. Once there, Bee-
wagon, and a chance to get up close sley stood up after a coffee morning and
and personal with the horses. invited everyone up to watch the foot-
“I don’t know what people’s bucket ball game. Howard and Kellett took her
lists consist of but this lady wanted to up on her offer and the friendship grew
come by and have a look and see what from there. Together with Beesley’s son
goes on behind the scenes, and we’re and Howard’s son and granddaughter,
more than happy to welcome people to the group met at the Strathmore Stam-
come back and experience this and see pede and Heritage Days ready for the
how the horses are treated,” said Fraser. barn tour and a look inside the Fraser’s
“The biggest thing is the horses. She’ll trailer.
forget me long before she’ll forget any The request was the first in five years
of the horses.” for Tammy Kristiansen, office manager
While Howard and Kellett spoke with with the WPCA, who said these events
Beesley’s children long before Aug. 5 form strong ties between the sport and
to get approval, Beesley didn’t find out a community.
about the elaborate plan until two days “This is the first time that I’ve really
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Over the two-day Running With the Bulls event, 121 brave contestants hopped in the rodeo ring to
tango with live, angry bulls.
Doug Taylor, Miriam Ostermann, Adelle Ellis, Jody Schneider and Tyler Lowey Photos

Running With the Bulls entertains
TYLER LOWEY Seventy-one entrants ran on the first
Times Reporter day and 50 more signed up for the sec-
ond running. Each of them risked it all

Seniors’ Brunch at the Barn
With one effortless head flick, the bull for $1,000 each day and a $250 gift card
sent contestant No. 19 airborne. Like a to a local restaurant.
sphinx, he landed on his feet and mirac- Up first was the large group all wear-
ulously dove through the third rung of ing red shirts, for the most part. There
The Western District Historical Society the foot-wide rodeo arena fence like Su-
perman, escaping another thunderous
were a few colourful costumes sprin-
kled in there: a man dressed as a chick-
horned attack. It was one of the most en, a man with a cardboard box around
invites you to join them at the historic CPR Barn athletic, life-preserving moves captured his chest and a few “lucha libres.”
on camera. They gathered beneath a raised scis-

Thursday, August 17 And that was just one of the scenarios
that unfolded during the two-day Run-
ning With the Bulls event at the Strath-
sor lift for the reading of the rules and
the Running With the Bulls prayer by
legendary rodeo announcer Bob Tall-

9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. more Stampede and Heritage Days.
The 14th installment of the Running
man.
And then all hell broke loose.
With the Bulls kicked off just before the The first of three waves of bulls —
chuckwagon races Aug. 5 at the Strath- from youngest and less cranky, to oldest
Due to Directions: South on more and District Agricultural Society and highly agitated — were let loose on
rodeo grounds. the contestants, as many of them scat-
limited space, George Freeman Trail Following the rodeo on Aug. 5-6, an tered like birds, hopping onto the rodeo
please RSVP across Highway #1, exaggerated intermission took place, fences and avoided a Mufassa-esque
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for the contestants. Rodeo fences cre- When one of the bulls lost its initial
ated a circle within the arena, leaving sense of steam, the brave ones and wan-
SPECIAL THANKS TO THE BRUCE KLAIBER FAMILY AND THE STRATHMORE LIONS the bull runners a 20-foot wide escape nabe rodeo clowns took over.
track. Continued on Page 17

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August 11, 2017 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 17

Alberta boys win bull race
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SPORTS

The annual Strathmore Stampede received gor-
geous weather throughout the four days of stel-
lar compeition. Contestants from all across North
America stopped by for the long weekend.
Doug Taylor, Tyler Lowey, Miriam Ostermann,
Adelle Ellis and Brady Grove Photos

Local Roy places at Strathmore Stampede
TYLER LOWEY drive five hours to an event,” said Roy. “Any time you Miller and Marci Wilson.
Times Reporter get to take home a little extra money is always a good In the slack Aug. 3, Wilson turned in a 18.412 in the
thing, too.” ladies barrel racing.
Another successful Strathmore Stampede is in the Roy and Chappel have been roping together for a The first day of actual competition saw Dalemead’s
books. It will be remembered for the outstanding year and a half now, and seem to be the perfect team. Denver Roy bulldog his way to a flat 7.0, placing him
weather and great crowds, and one of our own took Typically, before an event, teams will decide who eighth on the day in steer wrestling.
home some money. will be the header and who will try to rope the steer’s Sibbet wrapped up the local scene Aug. 4 when he
Out of 10 local cowboys and cowgirls to compete feet. It just so happens that Roy always ropes the head competed in the steer riding.
over the four-day rodeo, Strathmore’s Riley Roy was and Chappel aims for the back hooves, leaving no The first day of big crowds saw a couple of strong
the only one to leave with his pockets a little bit fatter doubt in each other’s roles. showings by local riders.
than when he started. “I really enjoy this rodeo because they always get a Hartell rode in the bareback, as Gjerde raced to an
Roy was riding with Moose Jaw’s Brady Chappel in great turnout. It was also nice to see the better weath- 18.133 and fourth on the day in ladies barrels. Denver
the team roping Aug. 6 at the Strathmore and Dis- er this year,” said Roy. Johnson teamed up with Spencer Rutherford of Mer-
trict Agricultural Society rodeo grounds, when they Roy and Chappel have hit the road now. They will ritt, B.C. to place second on the day with an unofficial
brought down the steer in 5.9 seconds. compete in 12 more rodeos as they wrap up the sea- 5.2 second run in team roping.
Their time was strong enough to outlast the final son. The crowd was anticipating a big run from local
group of riders Aug. 7, hanging onto the final spot in Other locals that geared up in the hometown Stam- legend Schiffner Aug. 6 in the bull riding, but his bull
the money, winning $578.10. pede were Denver Roy, Riley Sibbet, Tate Hartell, Kris- Electric Avenue had other plans.
“It’s great competing at home and not having to ten Gjerde, Denver Johnson, Scott Schiffner, Rebecca Continued on Page 21

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Bantam Reds bounced in provincial semifinal
TYLER LOWEY of the Pilots got rolling in the later in-
Times Reporter nings. The Pilots carried the momentum
from their semifinal win into the finals,
Baseball fans in Cheadle were treated as they mercied the Slave Lake Heat in
to the matchup everyone had been hop- five innings.
Strathmore ban- ing for, seeing the top two teams in the It’s always a bitter pill to swallow
tam Reds second province duke it out in the playoffs. when the season comes to an end, but
baseman Nolan especially when it’s at home, in a beau-
Unfortunately, it was in the semifinals.
Metzger threw out
Fort Saskatch-
The Strathmore Reds bantam team tiful new ballpark and in front of the
ewan Red Sox finished second in the province behind home crowd.
shortstop Aug. 5 the Provost Pilots and faced off against “I just told them to keep their heads
during tier I provin- them Aug. 6 at Fair Field. high,” said Tanton. “Finishing second in
cials at Fair Field. In separate pools, the Reds took care the province is nothing to be ashamed
Tyler Lowey Photo of business, winning all three of their of. They need to keep growing as ath-
round robin games. The Pilots dropped letes and learn from their losses this
a game to the Camrose Cougars Royal, season.”
finishing second in their pool. The Reds opened up their provincial
The top two teams from each pool play with a sound 13-5 beating of the
advanced to the playoffs in a crossover. Heat Aug. 4. They picked up two wins
“All year we have done a great job during a double header Aug. 5. First, it
battling back in games,” said Reds head was a 9-3 dusting of the Fort Saskatch-
coach Jason Tanton. “Today, we just ran ewan Red Sox, which featured a Logan
into a good team at the wrong time and Grant inside-the-park homerun. In the
couldn’t battle back.” evening, they cooked the St. Albert Car-
Strathmore Community Football Association The Reds led briefly in the fourth, but dinals 14-10.
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Contestants collect cash and buckles at Stampede
Continued from Page 19 solid chance today with her. The best horses buck and there’s lots of money Klondike.
thing about her is you know she’s go- to win. You can’t beat it,” said Cham- The team of Rocky Dallyn and Clint
Dalemead’s Rebecca Miller ran to a ing to do her job and she’ll give you a pion. Buhler tied the team of Justin and Clark
time of 17.855 Aug. 6 in the barrel rac- chance to go out and do your job,” said On Aug. 5, the Stampede witnessed McCarroll, who each finished with a
ing. Champion. a retirement ceremony for one of the time of 4.4 seconds, winning $3,224.08
Of course, there was big money hand- It marked the first time the Dublin, greatest bucking horses, American Trip. each.
ed out to several other cowboys and Tex. product returned to the Strathmore American Trip has been bucking for Blane Cox of Cameron, Tex. was the
cowgirls from around North America. Stampede since his rookie year in 2012. 20 years and has given five cowboys fastest tie-down roper, finishing in 8.0
Richard Champion, the Calgary Stam- “You come to Strathmore and some Canadian Final Rodeo wins, and was seconds flat and winning $6,435.
pede champion bareback rider, put on of the smaller rodeos around here and last ridden by Bowden’s Ky Marshall. The wind really picked up in time
a show Aug. 6 when he rode the his- you get the fans that understand rodeo Following the final ride, American Trip for the final barrel race, as no winning
toric True Grit to an 87.75 score. and live for this. It’s something you enjoyed a lengthy victory lap joined by times were logged. Tiany Schuster of
“That’s an awesome horse and he has don’t get down in the states. Everybody other horses he’s related to. Krum, Tex. raced to the winning time
the arena record here. I knew I had a is so nice, the hospitality is so nice, the Cochrane’s Baillie Milan edged out of 17.277 and picked up $6,279.20.
his brothers in the steer wrestling and The top bull rider won the money
took home $5,625.90 after his incred- and the belt buckle for the second time
ible time of 3.3 seconds Aug. 7. in Strathmore, as Garrett Smith (Rex-
“I saw that bull during the slack on burg, Ida.) rode Sheep Creek to 88
Thursday and I thought that if I could points, winning $5,696.40.
handpick my steer, he would be the Smith won Strathmore two years ago.
one I would take,” said Milan. “He “This is an awesome rodeo. There is
didn’t run as hard as the rest. I also saw a fun vibe about the place, good crowd
him down in Medicine Hat and he was and they bring in phenomenal bulls,”
good down there as well. He doesn’t said Smith.
run as fast and is good on the ground.” In the novice events, Mason Helmec-
In the saddle bronc, Nanton’s Clay zi won the bareback, Dawson Hay took
Elliot walked away with a cheque for the saddle bronc and Dexter Patton
$5,854.32 following his 86.5 ride on picked up $1,367.70 in the steer riding.

VILLAGE OF HUSSAR
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Colby Tanton (l) and Kaden Zarowny were named to the Zone 2 team back in June. The Alberta Zone
Championships take place next weekend in St. Albert. BYLAW 516-17 PROPOSES TO AMEND LAND USE BYLAW NO. 493-14
Tyler Lowey and Rhonda Zarowny Photos

Reds named to Zone 2 DATE: August 17, 2017
TIME: 7:00 p.m.
TYLER LOWEY back to Westerns in Kamloops, B.C., PLACE: Village Office Located at 109 – 1 Avenue East, Hussar, Alberta
Times Reporter to see if they could improve on last
year’s silver medal. But a 14-5 loss in
Two Strathmore Reds bantam players the semis to the Provost Pilots ended PURPOSE: The purpose of Bylaw 516-17 is to consider an application to amend Land Use Bylaw
were selected to the Zone 2 team and those dreams. 493-14, Schedule A, The Land Use District Map, by redesignating the property located at 208
“It feels good knowing this wasn’t the – 3rd Avenue East, Hussar AB, and legally described as Lot 3, Block 9, Plan 310282 from the R
get to squeeze one more weekend out
(Residential) District to the R-MH (Residential Manufactured Home) District, to accommodate
of the baseball season. end to my season, I’d rather be with my
the placement of a manufactured home on the site identified below:
Second year players Colby Tanton teammates, but this will be fine,” said
and Kaden Zarowny were named to the Colby. “It’s going to be great heading
Zone 2 team that will compete in the there with someone I know and having
U15 Alberta Amateur Baseball Council someone to play catch with every day.”
Zone Championships Aug. 18 to 20 in Colby was one of the horses in the
St. Albert. Reds rotation, leading the team with six
The Zone teams are the first steps games started and 16 strikeouts. Play-
towards making the U17 Team Alberta ing the other side of the ball as a middle
roster for the Canada Cup. infielder, he finished the regular season
The players tried out at Talent ID with a .250 average with 14 RBIs.
camps back in May and were named to His battery mate, Zarowny, was one
the team in June. There are eight zones of the most consistent hitters in Jason’s
in Alberta. Zone 2 is a belt stretching lineup. The 15-year-old Zarowny led
from Banff and High River, east across the team with a .479 average, .576 on
the province — excluding Calgary — base percentage, hit the first home run
including towns such as Olds, Glei- at Fair Field and was second with 18
chen, Drumheller and Hanna. RBIs.
“It’s cool and it’s great for those two “I’m really looking forward to playing
kids,” said Reds head coach Jason Tan- in some great games with all the great
ton. “It just so happens to land on the players from our zone. It should be a
same weekend as the Western Cana- fun weekend of ball,” said Zarowny,
dian Championships and it won’t com- who hosed three base runners this sea-
pare to playing for your own team at son.
westerns, but it’s still an honour and The two Strathmore kids will join 10
they both deserve to be there.” players from the Okotoks Dawgs pro-
Ideally, the Reds would have liked to gram and one other player from around
repeat as provincial champs and head Zone 2.

Heritage Days
PRESENTATION: A Public Hearing will be held in the Council Chamber, in the Village of Hussar
Golf Office, located at 109 – 1 Avenue East, on Thursday, August 17, 2017 commencing at 7:00 p.m.
Meghan Gulliver (l) battled Council will hear from any person claiming to be affected by the proposed bylaw. The time limit
through an ankle injury as of oral presentations is subject to the direction of the Chairperson. Oral and written comments
she putted on hole four. should address the point of the proposed amendment. Please be advised that the personal
Brienne Chabot (r) tried information in submissions made is collected under the authority of the Alberta Freedom of In-
to push her team ahead formation and Protection of Privacy Act, Section 33(c) and subsequent versions of the Act. All
with a solid putt on hole submissions provided to the Village Council will be publicly available, in accordance with Sec-
four. Strathmore Golf Club
tion 40(1) of the FOIP Act.
hosted its annual 3-person
scramble golf tournament
which has been going on
DOCUMENTATION: A copy of the proposed bylaw may be inspected by the public during regular
for about 20 years. A total office hours, Monday to Thursday from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., at the Village Office, located at 109
of 160 people competed at – 1 Avenue East. Please note the office is closed from 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. daily.
the just-for-fun public tour-
nament. This notice is given pursuant to Sections 606 and 692 of the Municipal Government Act.
Brady Grove Photos
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“The King” lets go of reins
MIRIAM OSTERMANN able feat for most drivers who dream of winning just Olympic Torch Relay at the 2010 Olympic Winter
Times Reporter once. Games, and was asked to welcome royal couple Will
“The first time I won the Calgary Stampede I was and Kate to Calgary in 2011.
When chuckwagon ace Kelly ‘the King’ Sutherland 22 years old, and I know a lot of guys who never Now at the age of 65 – the mandatory retirement
grabbed the reins and raced his final laps in Strath- won it and had been there 22 years, so I think I age – Sutherland is ready to step down and set his
more, with the ground trembling and hooves pound- won’t forget that memory; that was special,” he said. sights somewhere else, handing down the reins
ing on the dirt, he wasn’t doing it alone. “I think people thought it was unachievable to ever to his son Mark Sutherland and grandson Dayton
Bidding adieu to the sport this year, the chuck- even win 10 Calgary Stampedes because the compe- Sutherland. While Mark has been competing in the
wagon legend was not only greeted by hundreds of tition changed so much. I tied it and then I thought, sport for over 20 years, he is confident his father’s
roaring fans in the grandstands cheering him on, or well, it’s quite an achievement in today’s world to legacy will remain unrivalled.
his son Mark Sutherland spinning around the track, even tie it and then I got lucky and won it 11 and “It’s unrealistic that his resume and wagon racing
but it also marked his grandson’s first year compet- then 12 (times). You have sheer determination that is going to be matched, nobody has and nobody will
ing – three generations ranging in age from 19 to 65 second place is the first loser and you keep that in … and that makes me feel good because he’s my
years old. the back of your mind and you go and win.” father and I’m proud of that,” said Mark. “(Dayton)
When the veteran driver first thundered across The chuckwagon great, who calls Grande Prairie is 19, my father is 65. In what professional sport can
the Strathmore arena it was nearly 30 years ago and home, started racing horses at the age of six. He you compete against somebody of those two ages let
a very different scene. A little wooden grandstand soon advanced to outriding for the likes of Ralph alone your family members? It’s provided a great life
structure, open bleachers and a half-mile track is Vigen at the young age of 14. A year later, in 1968, for my father and it’s been a good life for me.”
how the King remembered Strathmore when the he moved into the driver’s seat. Finding comfort and Despite offering up a little advice to the younger
World Professional Chuckwagon Association (WPCA) talent in that seat, the teenager grew up and quickly up-and-coming chuckwagon generation by praising
included the town in their circuit in 1988. became known as the King with an unmatched ca- perseverance and hard work, Sutherland was most
Since then, Sutherland has picked up more hard- reer spanning 50 years. thankful for the fans who cheered him on for half a
ware than any other chuckwagon driver; among Mentored by chuckwagon pros Dave Lewis and century. As literally hundreds of people approached
them five wins in Strathmore, a dozen world titles Ralph Vigen, Sutherland has received over 100 major the King to thank him for his years in the sport, the
and a 12-time winner of the Calgary Stampede GMC awards, had five horses named to the WPCA Equine support was emotional and over-whelming.
Rangeland Derby Championships – an unfathom- Outfit of Excellence, was a torchbearer during the Continued on Page 23

Gary bests son in chuckwagon races
TYLER LOWEY the night before.” rels. We have had a couple races this fortably ahead of Layne MacGillvray by
Times Reporter “He just looked at me and laughed year where we should have won, but 166.5 points.
a bit.” lost due to penalties. But they were cer- Bensmiller finished eighth in Strath-
The horses did their best to line up. Gorst certainly didn’t oblige to tainly great this weekend,” said Gorst. more with 134 points in 5:03.23, and
The crowd fell silent as the seventh heat Glass’s request. All Gorst did was pull Dustin is ranked 12th in the World MacGillvray placed 14th with 111.5
was about to get underway with three off his second fastest time of the week- Pro Chuckwagon Association (WPCA) points in 5:04.37.
quarters of the heat in the running for end, 1:14.46, placing third in the day standings with 596 points. He also races Cash prizes were handed out each
the belt buckle prize. and clinching the aggregate title for the his own wagon from time to time, but day to the 36 riders, with the most
The defending Strathmore Stampede Stampede with a time of 4:59.78. didn’t have all his horses this weekend. cash going to the quickest driver. The
champion Gary Gorst entered the final “This morning, before the race, I His brother turned in a time of prize money for the weekend totaled
heat two points and 0.82 seconds clear looked over at Logan and told him that 1:16.31 on day 4, dropping him all the $100,000.
of his son, Logan. Joining them in the one of us better win this thing. It just so way down to fifth, with a total time of One of the fixations of the Strath-
final heat was Jason Glass, a two-time happened to be me,” said Gary. “There’s 5:02.45. more Stampede for the past 50 years
Strathmore Stampede champion, who always a little bit of trash talk, but it’s Gorst’s win in Strathmore boosted has been catching a glimpse of the man
sat 8.5 points and 1.51 seconds back of just nice to come out on top.” him into ninth in the WPCA standings with the feather as he whistles around
Gary. The family connections didn’t stop with 835.5 points. the track.
“You want to be in those last races there for Gorst. His other son, Dustin, Logan sits seventh with 852.5 points After 50 years of racing, Kelly “The
of the day, going up against the best teams up with his dad as an outrider with Glass trailing the senior Gorst by King” Sutherland has decided to call it
racers and best horses. It makes it a lot and was also presented with a belt five points in 10th. quits.
of fun and it’s that level of competition buckle. Still leading the way in the WPCA Sutherland has won the Strathmore
that I love the most about this sport,” “What can I say about my outriders, standings is the Calgary Stampede race five times, the most of all drivers.
said Glass. “When we were getting they were great this weekend. There champion, Kurt Bensmiller, with 1,116 He three-peated from 1996-98 and most
ready today, I glanced over at Gary and is such a small margin for error with points. He has a substantial lead with recently won in 2013.
told him to slow down a bit for me be- them; they need to be the right distance two events remaining, as he sits com- Continued on Page 24
cause he pulled off such a quick time from me and can’t knock over any bar-

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Mini Pony Cup!
Brody Hale (l-r), Dex- saddle bronc and junior bareback to get on seven GET YOUR
ter Hale and Jayna Hale horses over the weekend. He made some great
competed in the Rank rides, but always a little short of the whistle. Jayna
rode all four horses in junior bareback to win the re-
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4-6. They rode three times
serve champion title. She missed qualifying for the
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Pass the Salt
competed in both junior PAUSE AND THINK goes hungry. That’s 805
Photo Courtesy of I was sitting down to supper million people! That is
Pam Collett the other night and paused the population of Canada
to look at the plate spread 22.4 times over! What is
before me. It was a medley shocking is that you don’t
of colour! A sight to behold. have to travel too far to find
There was red, orange, hungry people. Statistics
yellow, purple and white – are published for the US –
such variety! There was red but I’m sure we do not fall
pepper, yellow pepper, patty far from their norms. In the
pan squash, purple onion, US one in six face hunger.
white and orange carrots – a One in nine are chronically
real variety of vegetables undernourished. Somewhere
appropriately spiced and stir around 20 per cent of
fried on the BBQ. I felt very households where children
fortunate to be enjoying such reside experience food
an assortment of colours insecurity – they are not sure
and diversity of flavours. It when or where the next meal
caused me to pause and is coming from. Wow!
think … Reason to pause and give
Much of the world does thanks for the variety and
not experience the variety abundance most of us enjoy.
of foods that we do. Basic Reason to be inspired to
staples such as beans, rice support agencies that work
and maize make up the to alleviate the causes of
majority of their diet. For food insecurity and hunger.
others chronic hunger is the “In everything, give thanks” I
norm. Thessalonians 5:18
Sources on the internet
state that 11.3 per cent Rev. Pamela Scott
Chuckwagon legend Kelly “the King” Sutherland is retiring this year after 50 years in the sport. He spun around the track for the
of the world’s population Strathmore United Church
last time in Strathmore, an event he’s won five times in the past, during the Strathmore Stampede and Heritage Days on Aug. 4-7.
Doug Taylor, Miriam Ostermann and Adelle Ellis Photos

The King’s final ride
BOW RIVER ALLIANCE CHURCH
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Sunday Worship: 10:30 am Pastor: Donald Pierre
Continued from Page 22 he owed it to his fans. On Monday, after a cer- www.bowriveralliance.com Services held every Saturday
emony to recognize his retirement and achieve- Sabbath School: 10 AM
RCCG PECULIAR PEOPLE ASSEMBLY Worship Service: 11 AM
“You are never going to replace a Kelly Suther- ments, Kelly Sutherland rode out in front of the (1 PET. 2:9) www.strathmoreadventist.ca
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tainly set the bar for everyone to run at.” said: “I have to quote Dr. Seuss: ‘Don’t cry because Senior Pastor: Rev. Les Fischer (ANGLICAN)
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and Halle; brothers Chuck, Jim (Linda) and Shawn
(Angie); sisters Merle, Susan and Fawnna (Jim);
as well as several nieces and nephews. She was What I do have is what
predeceased by her mother Marie in 2008 and her
father John in 1999. Kelley was born in Kindersley, I call, Some-Timers.
Saskatchewan on April 28, 1962. She married the
girls’ Dad in 1978 and they raised their two girls in
the Tilley and Duchess areas. Kelley relocated to Le-
Sometimes I remember
thbridge in 2006 and worked for Extendicare where
she made a huge circle of friends. In 2013, Kelley
and sometimes I don’t!
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Community Covenant Church at 11:00 a.m. Dona- JEFF WALLACE
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It is with deep sadness that we an-
can relax, that’s our job”
nounce the passing of Marjorie Ellen Johansen Au-
gust 8, 2017 at the age of 84. Marje was born on
the family farm at Carseland, Alberta July 7, 1933
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A “Celebration of her Life” will take place at the
Defending Strathmore Stampede and Heritage Day chuckwagon champion Gary Gorst took the win in Strathmore Civic Centre on Tuesday August 15 at
Strathmore on Aug. 7. Gorst clenched the aggregate title with a time of 4:59.78. 2:00 p.m.
If friends and family so desire, in lieu of flowers, do-
THANK YOU
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nations can be made to the Wheatland Area Hospice

Gorst wins second Society. (PO. Box 2154, Strathmore, AB T1P 1K2)
As Marje would say, “Love ya and leave ya.” Lance Romance
thank
straight aggregate
would like to the
following businesses for
their generous donations of
Continued from Page 22 is for you guys.” merchandise for this years
Sutherland has started one of the Extravaganza!
Following his final race in Strathmore richest bloodlines in the sport, as he
— which came against his son, Mark got to compete this weekend against
— he was presented with a plaque for his brother Kirk, son Mark, his nephew Ashlee Solutions
his dedication to the Strathmore Stam-
pede and took a moment to thank the
Mitch and his grandson Dayton. They Murray Chrysler
were all pulling their own chucks in
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COMING EVENTS TENDER HELP WANTED HELP WANTED
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2017 crops prior to May 1, 2018.
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R
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