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attainable housing
ADELLE ELLIS
Times Reporter

The possible creation of a society or not-for-
profit dedicated to an attainable housing ini-
tiative was debated during Wheatland County
Terrific triathlon council’s Aug. 15 regular meeting.
Some groundwork has been done for the
possible project including speaking with a de-
veloper who would like to work with the eco-
Page 8 nomic development board to bring in afforda-
ble and attainable housing to communities in
Wheatland County, such as Gleichen.
“As part of the economic development
board (in Wheatland County), what they are
working on is attainable housing,” explained
Councillor Alice Booth. “We have to have an
association formed to work under attainable
housing in Alberta for the government part
of it.”
Booth noted that over 200 proposed houses
Wrestling at the Legion can be built in Gleichen that meet the Alberta
government’s standard for attainable houses.
“Affordable housing is housing under the
government’s mandate starting at around the
$100,000 to $150,000 mark and can go up
from there,” said Booth. She added that the
economic development committee is interest-
ed in the creation of houses around $250,000,
including the price of the lot and the house,
which still falls under the category of attaina-
587-316-2000 ble housing in the government’s mandate.
Several councillors believed Booth to be
See our ad on Page 5 jumping the gun by suggesting the creation of
a society before more information about the
suggested initiative was provided to council
and a business case created.
Offering IV Sedation “We have other societies in the county
that are committees of council and they are
Dr. Ashkan Hamzehi DDS
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Dr. Arzy Kafrouny DDS Strathmore and they lay the groundwork. But
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Is attainable
housing viable
in Wheatland
County?
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Questions revolved around whether
it is set up as a grant system supported
through the county, or if the intent is to
build cheap houses to fill the communities
within the county.
Booth responded that the project the
economic development committee has
been looking at is to build affordable –
EXCLUSIVELY AT STRATHMORE FORD, PAY not cheap – houses through a program

ONLY $1
with the Alberta government. People who
would like to purchase attainable hous-
ing would be able to do so if they qualify
for a mortgage on the house, pay the re-

OVER
quired down payment and make payments
through whichever banks the government
has set the program up with.
It was noted the proposed project would
be created so that it could work in any

INVOICE
community within Wheatland County.
If the project passed, attainable houses
could start being built in Gleichen and
could later follow the same format in other
villages within the County that have room
for more houses.
PRICING ON MOST 2017 MODELS! “My concern is … when you say afforda-
ble housing, you’re still not explaining to
25 trucks must go! finance from 1.99%!* me what affordable housing is,” said Dep-
uty Reeve Ben Armstrong, who added no

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“If there is information to bring back
maybe that should happen first: how much
is it going to cost, how many houses, what
is it going to look like, who finances it,

was: $45,809
how do you get (a house), who’s coming
SFD64970
out to buy all these houses, what is the
council responsible for,” said Koester.
“We haven’t had (a discussion) yet so

$34,639
we haven’t decided what we want to do. I
NOW ONLY don’t know what I’m voting for.”
In the end, council passed a motion to
engage an outside party to provide a busi-
OVER INVOICE: ness case for attainable housing within
Wheatland County.

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“I agree, I think we need to have more
information come back to the council to
look at so you understand what attainable

was: $49,924
SFD04497 housing is,” said Booth.

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2017 Strathmore Fall
The Town of Strathmore will be holding a Seminar for
ALL PROSPECTIVE ELECTORAL CANDIDATES on

& Winter
September 7, 2017 at 6:00PM in the
Town of Strathmore Council Chambers
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Council Meetings
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Dog Days of Summer Strathmore RCMP are
Cirdan Monteith and her dog Blue ran through investigating a break & enter
the obstacle course at Rosebud’s Dog Days, July
Loose Parts at the park 29. The course included a slip ‘n’ slide, slalom to Kal Tire in Strathmore that
5 for Life ran a program at Kinsmen Park called
run, ramp, jumps, tunnels, balance beams, mud occurred in the midnight hours
slide and dog-wash pool. The event, the first of
Loose Parts designed to encourage imaginative
its kind in Rosebud, also hosted dog specialty
of August 13th, 2017. Unknown
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boxes and blankets, and letting them create their
vendors, and offered a barbecue, face-painting suspects gained entry to the yard
own fun on Aug. 15. Amir Simsek, 6, created a
and henna tattoos. Proceeds were divided be- by cutting a hole in the fence
tween Rosebud School of the Arts and local res-
cardboard box fort to keep out invaders and pro-
cue foundations. before stealing a trailer as well as
Cody Big Tobacco galloping towards the last ex- tect his friends.
change point during the 3rd Annual Indian Relay
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horse and it was their job to assist their Capsule Comments
rider with the transition.
Replying to the question “Do you smoke?” many
The race consisted of five teams to- answer, “I’m just a social smoker”. However, social
tal. Besides Big Tobacco, the other four Quality Auto Supply smoking comes with the same risks as a regular
competitors were Jody McMaster, Ty- smoking; that is a greater risk of high blood pressure
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ler Leather, Travis Magurire, and Tyler
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monitor crossing points at major roads OutLine
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A bit of history: the term “cordial” originated in
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According to Big Snake, the event was Stihl Wood-Pro a safe medicinal drink often became one of many
a big success and they plan on doing Fall Promotion patent medicines popular at the time. They were
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Battle of the Bands finale goes Aug. 25
BRADY GROVE The Rad Brothers with their strong stage presence against another young band, Alien Nation, on Aug.
Times Reporter and originality during the second week of competi- 10.
tion on July 20. Saskatoon-based Ecila fell in battle to week three
The opening round of Battle of the Bands is over The hard rock week three finalist The Fatal Pursuit winner The Fatal Pursuit but was brought back for
and the six finalists are preparing for a one-night won the closest contest of the first round with only a the final show because of a mix-up for the last week
winner-takes-all finale at the Strathmore ag grounds single point separating them from the second-place of the open round which led to it being cancelled on
Aug. 25 to settle once and for all who is the most band on July 27. Aug. 17.
popular band. Fun-first 7 Harts took home a victory during Week Each band is judged on four different areas: origi-
Calgary-based week one winner Lunar Wilde will 4. The six-person rock with country leanings group nality, musicianship, stage presence and audience in-
kick things off at 6 p.m. The four-man rock band successfully fended off local classic rock band The teraction. For each category, a band is given score on
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JOHN GODSMAN and they were married in 1946, and lived on the
Times Contributor farm at Duck Lake until they retired in 1990. They
had six children, of which Arlene was the third
Robert’s father, Frank Filkohazy, was born in born, at Bassano in 1949. She attended Hussar
Muscony, Hungary in 1908, and came to Canada School from Grade 1 through 11, then completed
on July 26, 1928. He arrived by ship in Halifax, Grade 12 along with a secretarial course in Red
then crossed Canada to Drumheller by train. Deer. Following this she worked for Banff Oil,
Here he worked as a blacksmith at the Empire now known as Husky Oil, until she married.
Coal Mine in East Coulee. Arlene and Robert met while going to school
Robert’s mother, Julia Rakos, was also born in Hussar and were married in Bassano in 1970.
in Hungary, in 1917. Her father They have two children and five Celebrating 10 years
came to Canada in 1925 to get es- grandchildren. Pet Planet and M&M Food Market both celebrated 10 years of serving
tablished, and Julia (age 13) came In 1974, they purchased the farm Strathmore and area customers with a charity BBQ at Ranch Market a few
with her mother and five brothers they now live on from American weeks ago. M&M Food Market owners, Robin & Brenda Impey, along with
and sisters in 1930. landowners, who had been renting Pet Planet owners Chris and Allison Langpap hosted the BBQ which raised
Frank and Julia met in East Cou- this farm to Frank and Julia Filko- over $700 for the Wheatland Crisis Society and Kali’s Wish Cancer Founda-
lee, were married in 1934, and had hazy. tion. Photo Courtesy of Robin Impey
four sons and a daughter. In 1950, In 1993, they added to their land
they rented a farm at Makepeace, holdings by purchasing more land
south of Hussar. Robert was born from Arlene’s parents, originally
in Drumheller in 1948, and attend- owned by Arlene’s grandfather Joe
ed Hussar School from Grades 1 Hein.
through 12 (1966). In August 1966, During Robert’s farming career,
his father became ill, and Robert, he has served on the executive of
assisted by the neighbours, took many farm organizations and been
off the crop. Regretfully, Frank involved with many agricultural
passed away in April 1967, and initiatives, including Wildrose Ag
Robert continued to farm with his Producers, Wheatland Ag Services
mother and brothers. Board, Bow River Water Quality Council, Farm-
Arlene’s paternal grandfather, Joseph W. Hein Tech and the Environmental Farm Plan, just to
was born in Unity, Wisconsin in 1880 and came name a few. He has also served on local boards
to the Duck Lake area of Alberta in 1917 to farm. including the Hussar Seed Plant Co-op, and the
As he was spending all his time working in the Hussar and District Recreation Board.
field, he needed a housekeeper, and eventually Arlene was involved with Hussar 4-H Knifty
hired Harriet Elizabeth Hardy, known as Hattie. Knots, the skating, curling, home and school
Hattie was born in Gabarus, Cape Breton in 1896, clubs, and worked on the organizing committee
and moved to Alberta in 1912. of the Farm Women Decision with Vision confer-
Joe and Hattie were married in 1921 and farmed ence.
at Duck Lake until 1947 when they retired. Of in- One of the highlights that honour Robert and
terest here, is that by the time Joe retired he had Arlene for soil conservation practices and promo-
acquired 17.5 sections of land. No mean feat in tion was to receive the Farm Family Conservation
those days! Award for the province of Alberta in 1993.
Arlene’s maternal grandfather, Fred Rutschke, Robert and Arlene enjoy travelling, and have
was born in Ashley, North Dakota in 1898, and taken many extended vacations to different parts
came to Alberta in 1917, where he worked at var- of the world. In 2015, they visited Hungary,
ious jobs until 1924 when he started working for where they sought out Robert’s father’s birth-
Joseph Hein. He married Katie (Katherine) Schaf- place in Muscony. They met quite a number of
fer in December 1925. Katie had also been born other relatives during this trip, and are planning
at Ashley, North Dakota in 1907, and moved to to complete another visit there in the future.
Alberta in 1911. They farmed at Duck Lake for The biggest change in this area has been the
many years until they retired to Bassano in 1946. declining number of farmers, and the increase of
Arlene’s father George Hein was born in 1924 larger farms. They advised they used to have 15
in Bassano, and raised on the family farm. Her to 20 neighbours, and now have only six farming
mother Ella Rutschke, was born in Olds in 1926, neighbours. Acreages are moving in!

Promoting 4-H and the beef industry
BRADY GROVE safety to the business of beef cattle.
Times Reporter “It was practical stuff that they (kids) could use
in their own 4-H projects,” said Kent Holowath, a
Chinook Financial invited several 4-H members leader with the Rumsey 4-H club and one of Chi-
to the 2017 Canadian Beef Industry Conference nook Financial’s guests who brought his daughter
(CBIC) Aug. 15-17 in Calgary, to help promote the Amanda, 14, to the conference. “It was a tremen-
Canadian beef industry and Alberta 4-H. dous opportunity for them to get involved.”
“Agriculture is obviously critical to us for our Kent and Amanda are third and fourth genera-
business but we also understand how critical it tion farmers, respectively, and particularly enjoyed
is to our province and to the communities that it learning about a new low-stress cattle handling
serves,” said Scot Hadden, Chinook Financial presi- demonstration technique which tries to keep the
dent and board member of Alberta 4-H. “We want animals as calm as possible to produce healthier
to support the agriculture industry and also youth and better cows.
in the agricultural industry which is through 4-H.” “The kids really enjoyed that one,” said Ho-
According to Hadden, this is the first year Chi- lowath. “They picked up some new techniques to
nook Financial was involved as a sponsor by invit- sort cattle and handle cattle on their own without
ing 4-H members to the conference. hootin’ and hollering.”
The conference featured numerous speakers and Over 700 people attended the second annual
opportunities for attendees to learn about all as- CBIC, which was held at the BMO Centre in Cal-
pects of the beef industry, from animal health and gary.

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Top Talent ran show at RCW Aggression
BRADY GROVE sion at the Strathmore Le- by issuing an open challenge
Times Reporter gion on Aug. 18. for their tag team belts. Young-
“We’ve been tag teaming blood also known as “The Origi-
Wrestling duo Top Talent for well over a decade now nal Aboriginal” worked the mi-
successfully fended off a so we know each other and crophone like a master, trash
challenge to their Real Ca- watch each other’s back in talking fellow wrestlers and the
nadian Wrestling (RCW) tag and out of the ring,” said crowd alike while his partner
team title against “The Uni- Big Jesse Youngblood, one and triple belt holder Heavy
verse” Zack Mercury and half of the reigning tag team Metal provided support. The
“The Irish Hooligan” Dano champion team Top Talent. audience fed off Youngblood’s
Burns during RCW Aggres- Top Talent began the night provocative speech and chirped
back at the tag team champions.
“I feed off all of the interac-
tion, good or bad, it’s probably
Strathmore Legion Branch #10 NEWS the main thing I love about
wrestling,” said Youngblood. “I
By Irene Knappe, Secretary / PR / Poppy Chair love it when they boo me be-
SUMMER IS ALMOST DONE AND SCHOOL WILL SOON BEGIN! THE FALL cause I can give it right back to
PROGRAMS WILL ALSO COMMENCE!! MARK YOUR CALENDARS!! them and there’s not much they
• To member Shae Deschenes, we hope your hip is healing well and that you’ll be back can do about it.”
to the Legion very soon! We miss your cheery disposition! To member Ron McConnell, When no one answered the
we wish you well with your operation and that you’ll no longer be in pain when you get challenge, the night proceeded
back!
• GOOD NEWS!!! Pat is back from holidays and ready to feed the hungry population!
on. The seeds for the champion-
Breakfast, lunch and supper and new menu. Come on in and enjoy!! ship bout were planted in the
• Join us on Friday night for The Kitchen special followed by Rozella and the Jammers! second match which was a one-
• On Saturday night we will have the Bar Flyz at the Legion from 7-11. Come on in and on-one bout between Young-
hone your dancing skills in time for the holiday season!!
• The North by South band will be playing from 7-11 on September 1st and 2nd. Why blood and Mercury. The two The Irish Hooligan Dano Burns was prepared for his match at RCW Aggression on
not make plans to join us and keep working on your dancing talents? wrestlers were evenly matched Aug. 18 at the Strathmore Legion. Brady Grove Photo
• Bingo returns on Wednesday, September 6th, for the fall. until Youngblood was disquali-
• Senior darts is back on Sundays; 10th, 17th, 24th, etc. from 11 a.m. to 3:30 pm.
• Breakfast is being served once again by the LA on September 17th and the third fied for throwing the ref across However, Youngblood and when you’re beaten down by
Sunday of October and November and TBA for December. the ring for interfering in one of Heavy Metal took the opportu- The Universe.”
• Play Euchre? We have room for you upstairs, on Saturday, September 23rd! his corner assaults on Mercury. nity and laid the beat-down on Despite the hope and fire of
How to have a LOVELY day! The final seed came during Burns. Mercury rushed out to Mercury and Burns, they weren’t
Smile at strangers. the third match which saw RCW the aid of Burns and successful- able to get much momentum
Slow down. Say thank you. world heavyweight champion ly chased Top Talent out of the against the champions. Burns
Give lots of compliments. Dress nicely.
Wear perfume. Observe and listen. Heavy Metal take on Burns. ring. The Universe challenged was isolated by the champs for
Be charming. Laugh. Heavy Metal’s power game the duo for the tag team cham- most of the match, leaving Mer-
Wish OTHERS a lovely day!
worked well against Burns’ pionships and they happily ac- cury on the sidelines, helpless
TO ALL THE VETERANS OUT THERE, OF ALL THE SERVICES, speed game but everything cepted. to aid his partner.
A HUGE THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE! WE ARE IN YOUR DEBT. changed when Youngblood “The Universe is here as a Other matches included Cam-
A SPECIAL THANK YOU ALSO TO EVERYONE WHO VOLUNTEERS! ONLY YOU KNOW WHY
YOU DO IT, AND ON BEHALF OF ALL OF THOSE YOU VOLUNTEER FOR, A BIG THANK YOU!! came down to ring side to sup- test, to test the mettle of all the eron Stevens defeating Nite and
port his teammate. The Origi- competitors in RCW and find D Dwight Davis fleeing from
For further information, please call the Legion at 403.934.5119
nal Aboriginal couldn’t resist out if they have what it takes to Steven Styles after he brought a
getting a cheap shot in against be real anything,” said Mercury ladder into the ring.
Thought for Burns and this resulted in an- prior to the main event match. RCW will return to the Strath-
the Week other disqualification. “Real is how it’s going to feel more Legion on Sept. 21.
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I like to
think of
Strathmore teens to assist
wisdom as
doing now
in library redesign
MIRIAM OSTERMANN failures when setting up a Teen Advisory Council.
what I will Times Associate Editor The advice included keeping the program fluid,
as trends and teenagers likes change, and provid-
be satisfied The Strathmore Municipal Library is known to ing freedom to make and shape the program.
with later. provide more programs than there are days in a “What I’ve seen in other Teen Advisory Councils
year, and this fall the organization is shining the and other library systems, they really just let the
spotlight on teenagers. teens create it for themselves. And I think that’s
The library is challenging Strathmore’s youth to something about being a teenager, too – you are
take control and help design and outfit the desig- starting to make decisions about who you are and
nated teenager area in the renovated space. about your life,” said Karla Mallach, coordinator
The Teen Advisory Council is encouraging those for the Teen Advisory Council.
between 13 to 18 years of age to take charge and “Let them be a part of what’s going on as op-
pick out the teen book collection, design the look posed to programming things for them and mak-
of the space, and become active with the library’s ing it this forced space where they feel it’s struc-
social media and programming – all while build- tured and rigid… we want them to have some
ing up their resumé. fluidity and create something that’s enjoyable for
Despite providing Strathmore youth with an- them. At the end of the day, they’re the ones who
other outlet and opportunity to stay involved are going to be moving the program forward.”
within the community, the library understands The program came into existence in part due
the value of the input. to thousands of dollars in grant funding from the
“I am not a teenager, nobody that works here is Youth Justice Committee and a $2,000 donation
a teenager. So as much as I can look at the read- from well-known entrepreneur W. Brett Wilson.
ing trends on what teens are reading, I’m not a While Wilson has invested in numerous initiatives
teen in Strathmore and nobody knows the mind and organizations in Strathmore, he has provided
of a teen other than a teen, and that’s what’s go- monetary support to the library to keep their pro-
ing to be so beneficial about this group,” said Car- grams running in the past and to outfit certain
men Erison, assistant director of library services sections of the library with furniture.
at the Strathmore Municipal Library. “I have supported quite a few causes in Strath-
“What’s a benefit to this teen group is to be able more in support of my long-term plans to de-
to walk into the new library and say, ‘I helped velop my lands,” said Wilson. “Usually about a
build this, I helped choose these books.’ I think dozen causes. I have one of my team contact all
that gives them great pride and a feeling of ac- and seek updates and requests that I can manage,
complishment. We want this to be a teen-driven along with a United Way donation that I allocate
program. We want them to have a say.” to the region.”
Mirroring the approach used by other libraries There will be a Teen Advisory Council kick-off,
in the province, such as Airdrie, the library staff or open house, on Sept. 11 to inform teenagers
spent countless hours researching and speaking about the program and gather input, at the Wheat-
with numerous librarians about the successes and land Society of Arts gallery, 115 3rd Avenue.
August 25, 2017 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 9

Local drummer captures McBride Career
Group

pipe band championship
Career and Employment Specialists
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BRADY GROVE
Times Reporter
pipe bands. The pipe bands range from nine to
20 band members and they are judged by four
CAREER & JOB FA R
different people.
Kelsey Drummond is elated after finally win- Drummond originally started playing because Thursday, September 7th,
ning a championship, during the North American of her brother Cam, when she was 11 years old.
Pipe Band Championships in Maxville, Ont., after “Cam joined a pipe band and mom was like, 3:00 p.m.—7:00p.m.
two previous attempts. ‘you’re going to have to do something,’ so I
The 27-year-old tenor drummer plays with the started drumming,” said Drummond, who recent- Sacred Heart Academy Gym
Rocky Mountain Pipe Band, and during the cham- ly moved to Calgary from the Strathmore area.
pionships in Ontario, they won in the Grade 2
division.
Drummond has also lived in Toronto and Ham-
ilton, Ont., where she enhanced her drumming
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Drummond. “I’ve played for 16 years now and to The first Glengarry Highland Games were held
do this well at this point of the game is freaking in 1948 with eight pipe bands competing. This Bring your resume, dress for success and be ready
awesome.” year, more than 50 bands showed up for a chance
The Glengarry Highland Games are home to to be crowned champions. for on the spot interviews.
the North American Pipe Band Championships. Rocky Mountain Pipe Band is currently raising
For more information call 403-934-4305
The Games also featured dance and strength money to compete in Scotland next year for the
competitions. world championships. They are employing mul-
Drummond and the Rocky Mountain Pipe Band tiple fundraising techniques, including shows Program funded through:
edged out Worcestor Kiltie and the 400 Tactical and a GoFundMe page, with hopes of reaching
Helicopter Squadron for the top spot in Grade 2 $25,000.
and was also awarded the best drum corps. “It’s going to be a big fundraising year so I’m
The bands are divided into five divisions called
grades with the first grade being the top-ranked
going to be doing lots of performances around
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Class
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Aug. sday,
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17

All students
registered for
bus service will
receive bus
information
by August 25,
Sacred Heart Holy Cross The Centre for 2017. If you do
not receive
Academy Collegiate Learning@ your bus
709A - 2nd Street 709B - 2nd Street HOME information prior to that date please e-mail or
call the Transportation Department.
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Students living over 1 km but less than 2.4
Grades K-6 Grades 7-12 403-938-4119 km can apply for bussing. Availability of
Serving students in grades Serving students in pay-to-ride service is dependent on seating
kindergarten to six in Grades 1-12 availability and payment of the applicable bus
Grades 7-12 in Strathmore Serving students across
Strathmore and surrounding fee.
and surrounding areas the province via home
areas
Principal: schooling, online schooling To arrange busing for your child; if you have
Principal: Lavern Evans (St. Paul’s Academy), and concerns about a bus route or time (after
Paulette Chotowetz levans@redeemer.ab.ca Sept. 15); or Outreach students who would
pchotowetz@redeemer. blended programs.
like to discuss transportation options please
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am to 3:12 pm. Friday 8:25am to
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Friday early dismissal at 12:14
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August 25, 2017 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 11

Local support lets
library flourish Job Posting P17-22
MIRIAM OSTERMANN in jeopardy. But through the Town of
Times Associate Editor Strathmore’s assistance in donating the Waste Transfer Site Attendant (Part Time)
upstairs space of the arena and addi- Closes September 8, 2017 at 4 p.m.
When the Strathmore Municipal Li- tional storage space for the program’s
brary temporarily downsized its square supplies, the community continued to The Waste Transfer Site Operator is responsible for the day-to-day operations of
footage to 1,500 sq. ft., the continuance access the resource this summer. The the waste transfer site, maintaining the facility, and for ensuring all tasks are
of their summer and fall programs be- town also donated the space for the li- completed in a safe and timely manner. This position requires a person who is
came a significant concern. brary’s Act this Week program that ran highly motivated, able to work independently, able to walk or stand for lengthy
Without additional space, the staff this week and has its final performance periods, and is physically fit and able to lift moderately weighing loads. This
was left with two options to keep the Aug. 25.
person takes personal responsibility for the facility, takes pride in their work, and
programs afloat: postpone the programs Following suit, the Wheatland Soci-
demonstrates attention to detail.
until later in the year once the library ety of Arts, conveniently located across
was back in its new-and-improved facil- from the Strathmore Municipal Library’s
ity, or find space elsewhere in town. temporary location on 3rd Avenue, lent This position is part time, and the weekly schedule will vary (minimum one day/
As luck would have it, the Town of a helping hand by offering up their week, maximum five days/week).
Strathmore and a local organization, the roughly 1,000 sq. ft. space to house
Wheatland Society of Arts, came to the three upcoming initiatives: Crafternoon, The successful candidates should have:
rescue by offering up their space – free Teen Advisory Council and the fourth  Up-to-date First Aid training , and knowledge of OHS regulations
of charge – thus ensuring the programs’ annual Halloween Costume Exchange.  Excellent interpersonal skills
survival. With intentions of working together
“I think people just love libraries and with community groups and initiatives  Valid Class 5 Alberta Drivers Licence
I think they see the value in what we and eager to help wherever possible,
provide and they want to see the pro- the society, that had previously worked In accordance with Wheatland County’s Personnel Policy, the successful candidate
grams continuing,” said Carmen Erison, together with the library, didn’t hesitate will be required to submit to a Criminal Records Check, and must be legally
assistant director of library services at to step up to the plate. entitled to work for any employer in Canada. We thank all applicants for their
the Strathmore Municipal Library. “Since we’ve got our own space we’ve interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
“To be able to see that support from worked hard to connect communities,
the community is great. Even just with connect businesses. And with the li- To apply, or for a more detailed job description (no phone calls, please):
donations, people are starting to see that brary in their temporary position where
libraries are not just specifically about they don’t have enough space, it’s given Human Resources, Wheatland County
books. I think they’re starting to see the us a great opportunity to help them with RR1 Hwy 1
value that we bring to the community studio space,” said Ken Bourassa, execu- Strathmore, Alberta T1P 1J6
and the programs that we provide both tive director with the Wheatland Society
Fax (403) 934-4889
for children and for adults.” of Arts.
Email: hr@wheatlandcounty.ca
The library’s permanent home, Lam- “Strathmore is getting to be a larger
bert Centre, is currently undergoing community and I think it’s always sad
much-needed upgrades and improve- when you have to go somewhere else,
ments to accommodate the library’s to another town or Calgary, in order
growth, both in patronage and in pro- to get those projects that aren’t sport-
gramming. As a result, the library’s based.
popular summer reading program was Continued on Page 14

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Deadline
The Wheatland County Agricultural Service Board (ASB) invites
students—past and present—who are planning on furthering their
studies in the field of agriculture to apply for a bursary to help with
tuition!
Up to four $500 bursaries are available to students who live in
Wheatland County. Recent graduates (within 3 years) are also invited
to apply. Previous bursary recipients are not eligible for another
bursary.
Deadline for applications for 2017 bursaries is August 30, 2017. Apply
today! www.wheatlandcounty.ca

Calling All
Students!
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Classes begin
September 5, 2017
Golden Hills School Division #75 • 435A Highway #1, Strathmore, Alberta T1P 1J4
Phone 934-5121 Fax 934-5125 • 1-800-320-3739
www.ghsd75.ca

SCHOOL PRINCIPAL PHONE NO.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Mr. David Price - Chair (Ward #2)
Acme School Kurt Ratzlaff 403-546-3845 Mr. Larry Tucker - Vice-Chair (Ward #4)
Brentwood Elementary School Corinna Hampson 403-934-5013 Mrs. Joyce Bazant (Ward #4)
Carbon School Kurt Ratzlaff 403-572-3401 Ms. Sherri Neilsen (Ward #3)
Carseland Elementary School Danielle Seabrook 403-934-4161 Mr. Barry Kletke (Ward #1)
Crowther Memorial Junior High Linda Tucker 403-934-4646 Mr. Alan Larsen (Ward #5)
Dr. Elliott School Kurt Ratzlaff 403-546-3863
Drumheller Valley Secondary School Curtis LaPierre 403-823-5171 SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFICE
Greentree Elementary School Erin Campbell-Bentley 403-823-5244 Superintendent of Schools – Bevan Daverne
Prairie Christian Academy Darryl Hern 403-443-4220 Associate Superintendent - Wes Miskiman
Strathmore High School Kyle Larson 403-934-3135 Associate Superintendent - Dr. Kandace Jordan
Three Hills School Todd Hoover 403-443-5335 Secretary Treasurer – Tahra Sabir
Trinity Christian Academy Wayne Funk 403-361-9631 Manager of Transportation – Direct inquiries to
Trochu Valley School Leana Howard 403-442-3872 Kelly-Anne McCarry at 1-800-320-3739 or
Westmount Elementary School Wayne Funk 403-934-3041 403-934-5121, Ext. 2161
Wheatland Crossing Karen Smith 403-644-3791
Wheatland Elementary School Amy Van Vliet 403-934-3318
Strathmore Storefront School Jennifer Bertsch 403-934-9479 VISION Inspiring confident, connected,
Drumheller Outreach School Curtis LaPierre 403-823-6237 caring citizens of the world
Golden Hills Learning Academy Jennifer Bertsch 403-934-5179
NorthStar Christian Academy Randy Wood 403-335-9587 MISSION Intentionally maximizing
Hutterite Education Jennifer Bertsch 403-934-5179 learning for all

Hutterite Schools: Britestone, Crawling Valley, Glenrose, Green Acres, Hines,
Huxley, Mountainview, Sand Hills, Poplar Row, Rising Sun, Rosebud Creek,
Rosebud River, Sayre, Three Hills, Towers, Twin Creeks,
Valleyview, Wintering Hills

School System Calendar
2017 2018
August 29 Organizational Professional Day January 31 Professional Development Day
August 30 Collaborative PD Day February 19 Family Day Holiday
August 31 Organizational Professional Day February 20 School Closure
September 1 School Course February 21 Collaborative PD Day
September 4 Labour Day Weekend February 22, 23 Teachers’ Convention
September 5 First Day of School for Students March 2 Day in Lieu of Parent/Teacher Interviews
September 15 School Closure March 16 Collaborative PD Day
September 22 Professional Development Day March 30 – April 8 Spring Break
October 6 School Closure (inclusive)
October 9 Thanksgiving Day April 27 School Closure
October 27 Collaborative PD Day May 11 Professional Development Day
November 11 Remembrance Day May 21 Victoria Day
November 13 Day in Lieu of Parent/Teacher Interviews June 1 School Closure
November 24 School Closure June 28 Last Day of School for Students
December 8 School Closure June 29 Organizational Professional Day
December 25 – Christmas Break
January 7, 2017 (inclusive)

We hope you are all enjoying a wonderful summer and are looking forward to welcoming all students and staff back
for the 2017/18 school year! If you are new to one of our communities or our schools, please give us a call. We would like to
hear from you and are eager to help you with any questions you might have about school for your children.
See you on September 5th! Bevan Daverne - Superintendent of Schools
August 25, 2017 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 13

All about music: New business @CalgaryRuralPCN
moves into Strathmore

WE’VE
MIRIAM OSTERMANN
Times Associate Editor

At 13 years of age, watching his two
older brothers’ jam sessions, Daniel
Wiewel wanted nothing more than a
guitar.
Yet when his parents finally made his

MOVED!
dream come true, the task turned out
more difficult than he imagined and the
guitar sat collecting dust for a couple of
years.
As fate would have it, and Wiewel’s
love for punk music mushroomed, he
gave it another try.
Since then, the now 30-year-old has
been unable to put his guitar down, has
turned his passions into a lifestyle, and
is now spreading his fervour and exper-
tise through one of Strathmore’s newest
businesses: MaxSPL Music, the town’s
only music retail and lessons store.
Wiewel, who has been teaching music

Country Lane Mall
lessons in Calgary for the past six years,
recognized the market in Strathmore
and took the plunge to fill the void.
With a diploma in music performance
and contemporary vocal from Red Deer
Strathmore local Daniel Wiewel opened up
510 Highway 1, Strathmore
(Across from A&W)
College, the new venture offers guitar, Strathmore’s only music store MaxSPL Music.
piano and drumming lessons as well as The store provides residents with a chance to buy
a chance to pick up a stringed instru- instruments locally as well as take part in guitar,
ment locally. piano, and drum lessons.
“I always had it in the back of my mind Miriam Ostermann Photo
that it’d be fun, but I didn’t think that I
would ever take the jump because I’d “Daniel is a kind and down-to-Earth
been working at the same shop in Cal- gentleman, and you mix that with his
gary for six years,” said Wiewel. “Some outgoing personality and strong musical
people don’t like to know what’s behind talent, and you have yourself one fan-
the curtain, where I like to know just tastic music teacher,” said Dobbin, who
how everything works. I studied a lot of has a bachelor of music (BMus) from
music theory, and when you’re there it the University of Alberta’s Augustana
seems boring … when all I want to do is Campus and an after-degree bachelor of
pick up this guitar and make noise. But education (BEd) from the University of
just having that background knowledge Calgary.
and knowing how everything works, I’d “He has always overflowed with great
like to give that to people.” ideas so I am not surprised one bit that
Since his teenaged years, the talented he ventured into opening his own busi-
musician expanded his musical pallet
connect with us crpcn.ca
ness. We had a house full of instruments
from punk music to encompass virtually growing up with all three of my older
every type of genre, from the sounds brothers playing guitar. He was always
of the Beatles to Great Big Sea to the listening to bands I had never heard of
Tragically Hip. Together with some col- yet, practicing and experimenting writ-
lege friends, he also formed the band ing his own music, and performing with
Lion in our Name that recently took to bands ever since he was a teenager. He
Join our Open House
the stage at Strathmore’s Battle of the would pick up a guitar and play away
Bands contest. the day.”
In the past, Wiewel was also involved
in punk rock bands, church choirs, col-
While the walls at the store are lined Tuesday August 29th 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
with hanging guitars, ukuleles and ban-
lege choirs, folk groups and even a pi- jos, plans are already underway to ex-
rate-themed Celtic band.
Now returning to his roots – born and
pand in the adjacent room to allow for
a set of drums and offer group lessons
Come meet our staff and learn about the services
raised in Strathmore – Wiewel teamed and clinics, and the possibility of audio the Calgary Rural PCN offers in our communities.
up with younger sister Julia Dobbin, a recording.
music specialist at Rundle School in Cal- MaxSPL Music is located at 104 3rd
gary, to teach introductory piano. Avenue.

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The free one-hour Crafternoon pro-
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on Sept. 11 from 4-5 p.m. The Teen Ad-
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August 25, 2017 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 15

Alberta Open Farm Days saw many people vis-
it agriculture sites to learn more about where
their food comes from and how it makes it to
the dinner plate. Poplar Bluff Organics and
Rosebud Valley Honey opened their gates to
Albertans and local brewery Origin Malting
collaborated with Hilton Ventures and S Bar S
Ranch to bring people out for bus tours of their
farms. Brady Grove and
Rosebud Valley Honey Photos

Alberta Open Farm Days draws crowds
BRADY GROVE education of agriculture, there was a residents. Most people would assume bines and allowed visitors to stand on
Times Reporter great response from consumers,” said protective clothing would be needed wheat stubble next to a canola field.
Wendy Gerbrandt, community econom- to handle the insects, but according They answered questions on a wide
Poplar Bluff Organics and Rosebud ic development coordinator with Com- to owner Jordan Cutbill, the farm uses range of topics, from the weather to ge-
Valley Honey opened their gates for munity Futures Wildrose, a supporter Italian bees which are extremely gen- netically modified organisms.
consumers to explore and learn about of the event. “It helped clear up any tle. During tours of the operation on S Bar S Ranch is located east of Night-
their philosophy and business while lo- misconceptions that may be out there Aug. 19, Cutbill opened up a beehive ingale and is owned by Canadian cham-
cal brewery, Origin Malting, participat- about agriculture.” for people to see and explained the so- pion bull rider Scott Schiffner, who told
ed in bus tours of Hilton Ventures and Poplar Bluff Organics operates mul- cial structure of the hive. the groups how he follows a low-stress
S Bar S Ranch as part of Alberta Open tiple farms in the Strathmore area and Origin Malting also took part in the philosophy for cattle farming. The event
Farm Days on Aug. 19 and 20. featured Carrots by Cam north of Carse- province-wide initiative, collaborating featured a tour of the grazing land, a
Alberta Open Farm Days allows any- land for their third year. On Aug. 19, with Hilton Ventures and S Bar S Ranch demonstration on how they administer
one to visit farmers and ranchers in they ran farm tours from a tractor and on Aug. 19 and 20 to bring people from medicine to the animals, and a discus-
their area – and across the province trailer, and explained how they oper- the Calgary area to explore and learn sion on some false perceptions about
– to hear stories, see demonstrations, ate and manage their crops, while also about the two farms. The first day they the bull riding industry.
and learn about how and where food providing a market place for consum- hosted 50 people and on the second “The purpose of Open Farm Days is
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Rosebud celebrates 12th annual
15 Minutes of Fame
LAUREEN F. GUENTHER “who got the crowd fired up last year,”
Times Contributor is returning for their second year.
“They bring an upbeat energy that fits
Rosebud’s annual outdoor music festi- our festival so well,” Hamm said.
val, 15 Minutes of Fame, returns for its Bill’s Big Band, led by Rosebud’s
12th year, Sunday, Sept. 3. music director Bill Hamm, and formed
Set in the green space between the solely for 15 Minutes of Fame, will also
Opera House and Thorny Rose Cafe, the perform.
event runs from noon to dusk, featuring “With brass and drums and cool vin-
performers of all genres of music. tage harmonies, these guys are always a
“We’re so excited to have some famil- crowd pleaser,” Hamm said.
iar faces at the festival this year, as well Zach Running Coyote is returning
as some new acts,” said Lauren Hamm, with the new group Peyote Zach and
festival organizer. “Honey and Pearls is a the Firecrackers. Caitlyn O’Connor, Kait
sweet duo out of Calgary. They combine Sloboda and The Wheatland Band will
the laid-back energy of a ukulele with also perform.
their smooth harmonies, in a way that’s In Vendor’s Lane, Shilo Davis Photog-
fresh and easy to listen to. raphy will sell photographic greeting
“Closing the show this year we have cards, alongside vendors offering wares
The Frontiers, an energetic folk-rock ranging from handcrafted jewelry to
band from Calgary. These boys bring a fresh garden produce.
cool authenticity with them wherever Artist’s Alley, in the Opera House, will
they play, with significant instrumental showcase visual art from Albertans. A
talent and an honesty in their lyrics.” face painter will also be onsite.
Alixandra Cowman, a member of The And for the hungry, Wild Horse Jack’s
Dearhearts band, who’s singing and act- Bistro will be serving barbecue food,
ing in Rosebud Theatre’s Spitfire Grill, food-truck style, and the Thorny Rose
will also perform at 15 Minutes of Fame. Cafe, next to the festival space, will also
“Bringing a band that includes some serve food and drinks all day. Sarah’s
of the finest musicians you’ll ever know, Ice Cream Cart, across from the Opera
she’s sure to break your heart with her House, will also be open.
sweet melodies and relatable lyrics,” 15 Minutes of Fame advance tickets
Hamm said. are $20 for an individual and $45 for a
KP Smith, an “incredible songwriter,” family. At the door, individual tickets are
is also returning. $25 and family tickets are $50. For ad-
“We can’t wait to hear what new mu- vance tickets or more information, see
sic she has in store for us,” Hamm said. rosebudmusicfestival.com. 15 Minutes
Steel and Timber, a folk-roots band of Fame is a cash-only event.

As we will start preparations for the

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Volunteers are always needed.

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SPORTS Hall earns national
silver for Alberta
TYLER LOWEY
Times Reporter

A member of the Strathmore Reds
midget team hit leadoff and ignited
the top offence during the U16 Girls
Invitational Championships.
Darcee Hall was representing Al-
berta for the sixth time at a national
championship. She and the rest of
her teammates arrived in Vaughn,
Ont. Aug. 16, one day before the
tournament got underway.
Alberta opened against Team Nova
Scotia Aug. 17. Rain interrupted their
game, forcing it to be pushed back
to the following morning. Resum-
ing play, Nova Scotia edged Alberta
6-5; it would be their only loss in the
round robin.
Two local cowboys, Dawson (l) and Denver Johnson have been competing in the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association and are mainstays during the “It was cold and rainy out and our
Strathmore Stampede and Heritage Days rodeo. Times File Photos bats were cold, too,” said Hall. “We
should have beat them, but it set a

Johnson brothers enjoying CPRA ride
fire inside of us to come back and
win every game the rest of the way.”
Catching fire doesn’t quite de-
TYLER LOWEY amateur rodeos. pede July 27 to 29, when they finished scribe what Team Alberta did to the
Times Reporter “It was a learn-as-you-go type of second with a time of 5.1, winning rest of the competition at Nationals.
thing. There is a lot more work to rop- $1,936.40, and when they took fifth at In their next four games, Alberta
Dusty cowboy boots from a pair of ing than what you see at the rodeos,” the Falkland Stampede, May 20 to 22 in outscored the opposition 52-5, in-
local brothers are a few months away said Dawson. “Lucky enough, we were Falkland, B.C. A quick rodeo: their time cluding a three-game stretch where
from hitting the rack for the winter, fol- able to meet some pretty smart people of 4.7 earned them $573.90. they didn’t allow a run.
lowing another successful season in the who taught us a few things that has Dawson has picked up cash along the Hall was constantly initiating Al-
Canadian Professional Rodeo Associa- helped out our careers.” way this year, too. berta’s offence. She tied for the team
tion (CPRA) tour. One of the people who helped the He won the Stettler Steer Wheel Stam- lead with four walks and was drilled
Dawson and Denver Johnson are two Johnsons catch a break was world pede tie down roping event in 8.7 sec- four times. She only hit .143 in 14
of the best ropers to come from the champion roper Jeremy Buhler. onds, picking up $1,469.70 back on at bats, but she did damage when
Strathmore area and have been hard at “I was out roping with him and one June 10, a Canadian Cowboys Associa- she reached, stealing nine bases, and
work this summer, competing in any ro- of his buddies who had made the Ca- tion (CCA) event. was never thrown out. She also led
deo they could get to. nadian Finals Rodeo (CFR) a few times An ankle injury slowed down his sea- Alberta with eight runs scored.
It all began some 10 years ago, when (and who) watched me throw a bunch son, as he turned it during the Grande “Anytime you get to be part of a
the brothers began roping on their fam- of headers … he asked if I was inter- Prairie Stampede. He was looking national tournament, it’s a great ex-
ily farm on the south end of Eagle Lake. ested in roping together,” said Denver. to make a strong comeback, until his perience. I’ve been to a couple of
“We just fell in love with the sport,” Those watchful eyes belonged to horse rolled back on his ankle, severely these now, so I know how to prepare
said Dawson. “We both love roping.” Spencer Rutherford of Merritt, B.C. damaging it. for them,” said Hall.
Like many of the young rodeo stars to “It was a perfect combo. He liked “It still hurts, but I wasn’t planning on With the Reds this season, Hall
come out of the Strathmore area, their heeling and I liked roping headers,” missing much of the season because of was primarily used at second base.
skills and techniques were harnessed said Denver. an ankle injury,” said Dawson. With Team Alberta, she was slotted
at the Lorne Lausen Indoor Arena. The The two have teamed up for rodeos Riding seven-year-old Little Guns and at third base, a position she played
arena was constructed right around the across Western Canada for two years eight-year-old Slick, he also took second every second year. The transition
time the two boys became interested in now. Last year, the duo just missed a place at the Bear Paw Roundup July 13 was no problem for the Drumheller
the sport. They were able to spend win- berth into the CFR by milliseconds. and 14, in Chinook, Mont. He won $677 standout.
ters there, practising and fine-tuning This year, Denver treated the home- in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys As- Hall is no stranger to the national
their roping skills. town crowd at the Strathmore Stam- sociation event. spotlight, having competed for gold
This wasn’t a passion passed on by pede to a run of 5.2 seconds, tying them One would think Denver had a per- five times. Her older sister and Reds
their parents, either. with Tuftin and Tyce McLeod, earning fect team roping partner sitting right teammate, Saige, also competes na-
Once they started roping at the arena, $2,216.05 each. across the kitchen table from him. But tionally with Alberta.
their eyes were opened to the possi- Other big wins for the team ropers that has never been the case. Continued on Page 22
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Badgers breakout training camp
TYLER LOWEY
Times Reporter

The groundwork for another strong Strathmore
Community Football Association Badgers season
got underway last week at Crowther Memorial Ju-
nior High School field (CMJHS).
The peewee Badgers reached the pinnacle of
the Central Peewee Football League (CPWFL) last
fall, when Austin McInnis scampered for a 35-
yard touchdown in the league finals against the
Red Deer Hornets.
Returning to the gridiron for the first time since All three Strathmore Community Football Association Badger
the provincial final didn’t go head coach Doug teams dusted off their football gear during their first week of
Thiessen’s way, the energy is back in camp as training camp last week at Crowther Memorial Junior High
they prepare for another season. School Field.
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“We got 30 kids in camp so far and I’m excited
for that,” said Thiessen. “It gives us a chance to this fall.
run players on offence and defence, just like we Regardless of who or however many guys Sea-
did last year.” foot has in uniform, the regular season opens
In peewee, more than the other levels, players Sept. 2 in Innisfail against the Cyclones.
enter the Badger program with zero football ex- “The schedule is out now and is on our Face-
perience. book page; I like the way it looks. We play Dids-
Book Your “It’s a blast when you get a whole bunch of new bury early and Sundre twice, and we did pretty
CLASSIFIED AD Today! kids,” said Thiessen. “They come in excited and well against them last year,” said Seafoot. “Should
wanting to learn. The drills might be boring and be a good year.”
Call the Strathmore TIMES 403.934.5589 repetitive at first, but once they get the hang of The Badgers will also feel like big leaguers
it, they grow into better players and it becomes when they take on the Didsbury Dragons Oct. 7
more fun for everyone.” at McMahon Stadium.
Early days in the peewee camp revolved around The bantam Badgers will have a new look be-
getting acclimated into football gear, along with hind the bench this season.
learning the fundamentals of tackling. Brad Middlemiss guided the Badgers to a semi-
The Badgers begin their CPWFL title defence final showing last year in the Central Football
Sept. 9 when they host the Sylvan Lake Bears at League, before stepping down from his head
Development Decisions CMJHS Field.
The senior Badgers nearly ran the table through-
coaching position over the winter.
The Badgers brought in Mike Hopp who will
Notice is hereby given that the Wheatland County Municipal out the regular season last year, but a controversy be entering his fifth year as head coach of an or-
about the location of the league final left them ganization.
Planning Commission has approved or refused the following
with a sour taste in their mouth. Hopp resides just south of Langdon and
development permit applications:
The Badgers ended the Innisfail Cyclones thought this was an ample opportunity to bring
20-plus-win streak at home with a thrilling come- some leadership and experience to the program,
File # DP 2017-91 back to force the tie. having played bantam and high school football in
Approved with conditions Finishing 5-0-1, a technicality in the rulebook Calgary growing up.
Legal: NW-9-24-24-W4M awarded the Cyclones home field, where they “I learned from the best at St. Francis. I got
Proposal: Dweling, Garden Suite with Variance (A277 won the Mountain View Football Conference. the chance to play for legendary coaches such
Standard) Head coach Sean Seafoot hasn’t had much op- as Gary Deman and Joe Stabini,” said Hopp, who
portunity to evaluate this year’s instalment of the graduated high school in 1993.
Badgers, as families and players wrap up summer Hopp has spent the last few seasons working
Any person who deems they may be affected by the issuance vacation plans and tryouts with other football with the Chestermere Chiefs at the peewee and
of the development permit(s) may appeal to the Subdivision programs. atom level. He is excited to join a program com-
& Development Appeal Board (SDAB) within 14 days of the “The numbers are low right now, but school ing off another strong season.
date of the publication of this notice. Each Subdivision and starts soon, which means people will be in Strath- “I don’t think the pressure (of winning) will get
Development Appeal to the county must be accompanied by more and we will hopefully get a few more guys to me or the team. I just want to come in and es-
a $400.00 non-refundable fee and an appeal application form, to trickle into camp,” said Seafoot. tablish a strong work ethic, make an impact and,
Noticeably vacant from camp was last year’s most importantly, have fun,” said Hopp. “Obvi-
to be filed with the SDAB Secretary of Wheatland County at
most valuable player, Reid Jensen. ously, making it all the way to provincials would
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Dated this 25th day of August, 2017. son, when the Badgers erased a 42-26 deficit with lot of work to do in order to make that happen.”
2:26 remaining in the fourth quarter. The Badgers first step towards a provincial
Last year, Jensen was a student at Holy Cross berth begins Sept. 9, when they travel to Lacombe
Collegiate, but there are rumours swirling around to take on Red Deer Hunting Hills. The Badgers
camp that the quarterback has transferred to first home game is slated for Sept. 16, when they
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Wainwright returns from memorable European trip
TYLER LOWEY and a silver medal from the two tournaments the Once the Cowboys returned to the ice, they kept their win-
Times Reporter Cowboys entered. ning ways when they entered another tournament in the
Departing July 31, the Wainwrights returned Czech Republic.
The Wainwright family certainly got their mon- Aug. 14 after an exhausting two-week stretch of A much longer tournament, the Cowboys ended up with
ey’s worth on their hockey trip to Europe. travelling and backpacking. the silver medal after playing five games.
Koen Wainwright, 9, was originally scouted last Top Guns has been running for 26 years and “It’s a lot more fun when you go anywhere for hockey and
year by the Top Guns AAA Hockey Developmental the Cowboys travel team has been hitting up Euro- you are able to win,” said Koen. “It was a great trip.”
program and invited to play for the Calgary Cow- pean hot spots for nine years. With the Cowboys, Koen played mostly on defence with his
boys on their annual trip overseas, taking on the After taking a few days to adjust to the eight- left-handed shot, but also played a few shifts at right wing.
top talent Europe had to offer. hour time change, Koen hit the ice with the Cow- For his efforts, he left Europe with a pair of goals and three
For Koen and his single mother Heidi, the trip boys in their first tournament in Germany, where assists in eight games.
was going to set them back $11,500, certainly not they played three games and wound up with the As European hockey rinks go, they are wider surfaces with
chump change, to say the least. gold medal. shorter neutral zones.
It took a mighty effort by the Wainwrights and Any trip to Europe would be a waste if it didn’t “The big ice was a big adjustment for me. There was a lot
the people of Strathmore to help raise the money involve some sightseeing. more open ice to skate and I got tired quicker,” said Koen.
required for the trip. “There were castles everywhere we went, that “It was incredible to see these kids come together after
“There were so many people involved who was probably my favourite part other than the only knowing each other for three weeks and perform the
helped us out,” said Heidi. “Everyone from Leg- hockey,” said Koen. way they did,” said Heidi.
ends Sports Bar, to friends chipping in with fund- The Cowboys also took in several tours, some Prior to the trip, the Cowboys met up in Canmore July 22 to
raisers and bottle drives. There are so many names of which might be difficult to grasp for nine-year- 27 to familiarize themselves with their new teammates.
that need to be thanked, but you probably don’t olds, but it was a culture experience nonetheless. There were two other teams from Edmonton competing in
have enough room in your newspaper for all of Concentration camps and nuclear bunker tours the same tournaments as Koen. The bantam-aged Cowboys
them.” from the war were viewed in Germany, while they took part in the same trip, but only came home with one win.
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Johnsons roping in money on CPRA tour
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Hall enjoys sights of Ontario outside baseball tourney
Continued from Page 17 being released in 2015. across.
Inch and Hall led them into the finals The friendly sisterly rivalry was
Saige recently returned from the Se- against Team Quebec later that evening quickly pushed aside and forgotten
nior Women’s Invitational Champion- with the championship on the line. once the final out was recorded.
ship in Windsor, Ont., where she won Each with a 4-1 record entering the “It was a great experience and we
silver. finals, Quebec won home field via the were pushed to the limits,” said Hall.
Darcee said she was fueled by her home plate coin toss. “But at the end of the day, we came
sister’s silver, wanting to bring back “They were definitely a good team,” home with some hardware, and that’s
the gold. said Hall. “They played better defence all that matters.”
She had the opportunity to do just than us; they only made one error to Before hopping on the airplane
that, following Alberta’s 10-5 doubling our three errors. They also had the home, the team got to do some sight-
of Team Manitoba in the semis Aug. 20. best pitching we saw all tournament, seeing around downtown Toron-
It shouldn’t come as a shock of but we should have still won.” to. They took in a Blue Jays game,
how well Team Alberta did at nation- Despite out-hitting Quebec 13-4, the checked out the Hockey Hall of Fame Strathmore midget Reds second basemen Dar-
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by the Philadelphia Phillies. He spent with one run in the top of the sixth, Darcee was a member of the Reds Aug. 20 in Vaughn, Ont.
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call 403-901-9666 or 403-901-4570. Strathmore Full Gospel Church from 7:30-9pm. with people who enjoy the same craft! Free. Drop-in!
TUESDAYS at 8 p.m., call 403-901-6816. THURSDAYS 8 p.m. at Full Gospel Meals on Wheels Signing Strathmore – Thursdays (7 - 8:30 p.m.) Learn American Sign Language
Church, call 403-361-9396. SUNDAY 2 p.m. at Strathmore United Church, Available in Strathmore. For information or to obtain this service call 403- for free! Drop in! strathmorelibrary.ca/sign
call 403-934-9570. If drinking is a problem, please come to a meeting or call 324-0655. Lego in the Library – 3rd Saturday of the Month (10:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.) Lego for
any of the numbers just to talk. Prairie Speakers all ages! Free. Drop-in! strathmorelibrary.ca/lego
Alcoholics Anonymous Langdon Toastmasters International meets every Wednesday from 7-9 pm at the Strathmore Musical Arts Society
Meeting 8 p.m. Friday nights. Langdon Field House, 344 Centre St. Contact Strathmore Co-op Community Room. For more information please contact Love music and musicians and have a special soft spot for the Blues? Be a
Dave 403-934-0765 or Melanie 403-936-6167. Dona at 403-293-1754. Like us on Facebook! part of this group. Call 403-680-7721 to get on our phone or email list, and
Cheadle Lions Club Sewing/Quilting Workshops notifications about meetings and upcoming events.
Drop off your pennies or change at the Civic Centre. All proceeds raised goes The 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month at 7 p.m. We meet at the Strathmore Parent & Tot Playgroup
toward local projects. Strathmore Ag Grounds, Red Quonset. New Members welcome. Contact Meets every Monday at 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. in the Strathmore United Church
Chestermere and area Children (& Families) Wendy 901-3756. Basement.
with Type 1 Diabetes Royal Canadian Legion Strathmore Regional Victim Services Society (SRVSS)
Our Goal is to create a group of mature, responsible members where we For information regarding hall rentals, darts and crib. Please call 403-934-5119 SRVSS is looking for men and women interested in becoming front line victim
open our own homes as safe places for diabetic children to go to if ever in Seventh-day Adventist Church advocates to provide support, information and referrals to victims of crime
diabetic distress. Join the Facebook group for more information. Meeting in the Lord of All Lutheran Church at 112 Lakeside Blvd, Strathmore. or tragedy. If you are interested in volunteering please contact the Program
Come Fly With Us Saturday morning at 10:00 a.m. Pastor Ghena Girleanu, phone 403-983-0081. Coordinator at the Strathmore RCMP Detachment at 403-934-6552.
903 Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron meet Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. at the Standard Municipal Library Website: www.strathmoreregionalvictimservices.com
blue building and Quonset on the Ag Grounds. Boys & girls between 12 & 19 Teen Zone 3:30 - 5:30 p.m., Mondays. Marvel Mondays 3:30 p.m., on Monday a Strathmore United Church
years welcome. Call Tammy Anderson at 403-901-5395 for more information. month. Movie Matinee every Tuesday 3:30 p.m. Minute 2 Win It, Tween Time; Sunday school for ages 3 and up every Sunday morning at 10:30. Please call
Community Futures Wild Rose In partnership Just Cook It; Pictionary with Prizes on Wednesdays. Wii & Board Games 403-934-3025 or visit www.smoreuc.com
with ‘The Business Link’ Days; Story & Craftivity Saturdays. Strathmore Writer’s Group
Attend valuable, low-cost learning sessions for small business owners in Strathmore Country Gardens Club Meets once a month at the library. For adult writers who would like to
Strathmore. Phone: 403-934-8888 for info & to register. Meetings at least once per month. For more information visit www. share writing for feedback and support, and spark creativity through writing
Crown Jewels of Canada Society strathmorecountrygardensclub.webs.com or phone Linda Pekrul 403-901- exercises, prompts, and group writing projects. Contact Katie at katkenig@
Ladies, looking for fun? Friendship? Join the Crown Jewels of Canada society. 0017. gmail.com, see our website at http://lonesomecow.ca/category/strathmore-
Strathmore Chapter - Dames of Whine and Roses. We meet 1st Thursday of Strathmore & District Agricultural Society writers-group/ or find us on Facebook under Strathmore Writer’s Group.
the month to determine future activities which include lunch, games, picnics, www.Strathmorestampede.com, sags@telus.net, 403-934-5811, Facebook: St. Michaels & All Angels Anglican
outings etc … Call Jean at 403-934-0486 for further info. Strathmore Stampede Twitter: Strathmore Rodeo The Chapel of St. Michael worshipping at the lower level of Aztec Realty. 304
Free Indoor Walking Strathmore & District Chamber of Commerce Third Avenue, Strathmore. Sunday worship at 10 a.m. 587-727-0649.
Tuesdays, 11 a.m. to noon at the Civic Centre. Volunteers provided by HEAL All members welcome. www.strathmoredistrictchamber.com for meeting Sunday School for All Ages
our Future. www.healourfuture.com location. For more information call 403-901-3175. Lord of All Lutheran Church offers Christian Education opportunities for ages
Free Tree for all New Born Babies Strathmore District Health Services Auxiliary 3 years to adult on Sunday mornings. For more information please call Margo
Register to commemorate your birth so a tree can be planted with the Meetings are held the 4th Monday of the month at 1:30 p.m. (excluding July Sevick 403-901-2044 or call the Church Office at 403-934-2374.
Chinook Credit Union Birth Forest in Strathmore. Registration forms & August). Lower level conference room at the Strathmore Hospital. New Wheatland County Food Bank Society
available at the Town Office, Chinook Credit Union and Health Unit. A members welcome. For more info please call 403-934-4436 Food applications accepted at 403-324-4335 Monday through Thursday 12
Communities in Bloom Project. Strathmore Elks Lodge #491 p.m. to 4 p.m. or through the website at: www.wheatlandfoodbank.com.
Gleichen Community Drop-in Meets 3rd Tuesday at the Strathmore Curling Club at 6:30 p.m. Steak Supper Wheatland Rural Crime Watch
Current Activities include cards, pool, shuffleboard, darts, jam sessions (bring at 7 p.m. New members welcome. Call Greg 403-888-6155. Meetings are the 3rd Thursday of each month. Featuring guest speakers. For
own equipment), board games, meal prep, storytelling, history about town. Strathmore Full Gospel Church more information call 403-934-4055.
More activities planned in the future. When: First & third Thursday of the We’re a Pentecostal bible-based family church that has something for all ages. Wheatland Society of Arts
month from 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m., second & fourth Tuesday of the month Call 934-2225 or visit www.strathmorefullgospel.com ART FOR ALL – Youth, Adult, Seniors, Disabled – Open Studio Times – Moms
from 1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. at the Gleichen Community Hall (204 3 Avenue Strathmore Fun Runners Car Club and Tots Mornings – After School and Homeschool Curriculum - Evening
Gleichen, AB). Cost: Yearly membership $2 (available @ each event) plus a Meets the 1st Wednesday of the month. New members welcome! Please call Art Classes – Weekend Art Workshops – Art Camps – Birthday Parties –
minimum $2 donation per week. Todd at 403-934-0558 or Shawn at 403-901-9303 for info. Membership Benefits – Display in Art Gallery. for all information visit www.
Go Green Upcycling Strathmore FASD Parent Support Group wheatlandarts.ca , call 403-901-1500 or drop by 115 3rd Avenue.
Thursdays 10 a.m. to noon at Hope Bridges Studio 104 Third Avenue, At Strathmore United Church. For more info call Pam 403-652-4776. Youth Club of Strathmore
Strathmore, and every third Wednesday from 7-9 p.m. at Parent Link in Strathmore Homeschool Families Provides youth (6-17yrs) with affordable, barrier-free programs that build
Strathmore. Hopebridges.ca Any Strathmore and area familes that are homeschooling are invited to join positive relationships, develop self-esteem and promote personal skills.
HIV Edmonton our Yahoo Group. www.groups.yahoo.com/group/strathmorehsfams Includes a homework program offered Monday to Friday from 3-6 p.m. Call the
Providing support, education and advocacy for those infected with, affected Strathmore Hand in Hand Parent Link Youth Club for further info 403-934-4918 or www.youthclubofstrathmore.ca.
by or at risk of HIV and AIDS for 25 years. Go to www.hivedmonton.com or Did you know – Strathmore Parent Link has free programming for kids 0-6
call toll free 1-877-388-5742. and their caregivers in Strathmore, Wheatland County & Area? Also, we have
The Healing Rooms at Harvest Healing Centre Church
is open every Monday from 7-9 p.m. for prayer and healing. 102 Canal Road
information and resources, education and assistance related to parenting. Find
information on www.5forlifeforever.com or call 403-983-0076.
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Strathmore. For info call 403-901-0893 or 403-800-3171. Join us for Spirit- Strathmore Lions Club GLEICHEN ANNUAL FAIR
filled prayer and healing every Monday night. Meets the first and third Thursdays at the Strathmore Civic Centre at 6:45
Hope Bridges Society for Creative & Continued Learning p.m. Saturday, August 26,
Advocating for, and bringing together adult citizens of all abilities for meaningful Strathmore Masonic Lodge #53 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
relationships, friendships, & opportunities through the Arts. Board Meetings Meets the first Monday of each month at 7:30 p.m. Call Glen at 403-901-6038.
are monthly TBD. Public invited. Please contact Wanda at 403-983-3640, or Website: www.strathmore53.com
Parade, Lions Breakfast, Childrens Activities,
403-901-5081 (cell) for further information, events or to be added to friends/ Trade Fair Vendors, Show & Shine. For more
contact.There are many other workshops including knitting, crocheting,
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
AND CLAIMANTS
IN THE ESTATE OF
PETER TRACH We send a special thank you to the
LATE OF STRATHMORE, ALBERTA, 200 plus seniors who attended the
WHO DIED ON JUNE 18, 2017. very successful “Brunch At The Barn”
event on August 17, 2017; to the
TAKE NOTICE THAT ALL PERSONS HAVING
Museum celebrates Canada and agriculture CLAIMS UPON THE ESTATE OF THE
Western District Historical Society for
their volunteer efforts and event
Pioneer Acres Museum located just north of Irricana hosted their 48th Annual Show and Reunion on ABOVE NAMED MUST FILE WITH THE
Aug. 11-13 with a distinct Canada 150 theme and offered participants multiple shows such as parades sponsorship; to the Strathmore Lions
and horse pulls. Anna Stanton brought her miniature horse carriage out for the event.
UNDERSIGNED BY OCTOBER 2, 2017, A Club and volunteers for providing,
FULL STATEMENT OF THEIR CLAIMS AND preparing and serving the brunch;
Brady Grove Photo
OF SECURITIES HELD BY THEM. to Huxted Waste & Recycling for

Stones learning through 4-H LYNN WOODS LAW OFFICE
P.O. BOX 2335
porta-potties; to the Strathmore Legion
for tables and chairs; to Ken Stobbe
for the sound system; to the
TYLER LOWEY 101, 318 3rd AVENUE
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Town of Strathmore for picnic tables
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T1P 1K3 and summer staff assistance.
Two local cowboys are preparing to
be leaders of the next generation with SOLICITORS FOR THE EXECUTORS From the Bruce Klaiber Family
4-H Alberta.
Brothers Ty and Caleb Stone have
been involved with their 4-H club for
a while now – Caleb five years and Ty
four years. The two just finished up a THANK YOU
year-long light horse project and got Words cannot express the love and support we received
the chance to show off their skills at from our family and friends in the passing of our dear
the 20th anniversary of the Calgary mother, Ella Hein.
Stampede 4-H youth rodeo, Aug. 18 to Thanks to everyone for all the phone calls, flowers,
cards and donations we received.
20 at the Agrium Western Event Centre, We would like to thank Dr. Racz for the many years of
in Calgary. caring for our mother and most recently
The rodeo wasn’t a conclusion to Dr. Thlape. Also to the staff at the Drumheller
their horse project, but just an opportu- Continuing Care (Memory) and to the staff at the
nity to compete against other 4-H mem- Sunshine and Hillview Lodges where Mom enjoyed the
bers in various horse racing and rodeo many activities.
events. A special thank you to Charlotte Chernoff for her
The brothers competed in eight events loving care to Mom, she always looked forward
to your visits.
each, everything from pole bending to We would like to give a special thanks to Pastor Dan
steer daubing and cow riding. Hendrickson for prayers, compassion and his
Ty finished second Aug. 20 in cow ministry in the celebration of life for Mom.
riding, and Caleb took third in thread Locally Owned & Operated Thank you to Linton Treacy for playing the piano

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the needle, second in cow riding and which Mom always enjoyed listening to.
fourth in steer daubing. A very special thank you to Sean, Tara, and Maurice
“I enjoy the competition of these at Courtney Winters Funeral Home for their excellent
STRATHMORE care, guidance and support during this difficult time.
events. They are really fun, you get to
Thanks to Bev Krabsen for an amazing job on the

Hitting over 11,500
try out new skills and meet new peo- floral arrangements and the honorary flowers.
ple,” said Ty, a 13-year-old Grade 8 stu- Thanks so much to Hussar Caterers for a
dent at Crowther Memorial Junior High
School. households weekly! delicious luncheon.
We are truly blessed with wonderful family, friends
It was the perfect way to wrap up a and community. Mom loved and
year’s worth of work. Contact Rose for all advertising needs! enjoyed all of you…
The brothers elected to work on the 403.934.5589 • Fax 403.934.5546
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Caleb (top) and his brother Ty Stone competed
projects that are available – arts, sew-
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ing, small mechanic work, welding – 4-H Rodeo Aug. 18 to 20 at the Agrium Western THANK YOUS
the light horse project is the longest Event Centre in Calgary.
one available.
“It’s always a learning experience for
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both of us when we enter the same ed 100 years in 2013. Children can join
events,” said Ty. “It can be good and a 4-H club once they turn nine and can Our hearts are full of gratitude when we say a huge
bad at times. He (Caleb) can be annoy- stay in the program until they turn 21. thanks to family members, friends, and neighbours
ing and try to embarrass me sometimes, Ty got an early start, as he was a for all your acts of kindness and sympathy: food,
but a lot of times we will work together member of the Cleaver Kids, a program flowers, cards, FB messages, visits, donations to
Call 403-934-5589

like we did this past weekend.” designed for children aged seven to the Wheatland Hospice and your kind words on the
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As part of the Irricana 4-H Country nine, as a way to prepare them for 4-H. passing of our wonderful ray of sunshine, wife, mom,
Riders club, the Stones were respon- For Ty and Caleb, 4-H is a family affair grandma and great-grandma, Marje Johansen.
sible for looking after a horse for one – their mother and uncle were mem- Tremendous thanks to all those that helped make
year and recording all their findings. bers of the program when they were her “Celebration of Life” so special. Joyce Hvingelby
They learned everything from safety young. for being a wonderful MC, Rocky’s Bakery for the
of the horse to maintaining health re- Besides their horse work, the broth- delicious lunch, and Linton Treacy for the beautiful
cords, horse anatomy and proper riding ers also take part in 4-H public speak- piano playing. Marje loved your music. Thanks to
techniques. ing and community volunteer work. Marni Johansen, Daryl Lausen, Carol Burns and the
Their discoveries helped them in “I really like the projects we set out grandkids for the heartfelt and beautiful tributes.
Calgary youth rodeo, as they shared a and accomplish with the program,” said To all our family who supplied special photos and
horse during the race events. Ty. “I feel like they have helped me out to Heather Johansen for her expertise in putting
“It’s cool to see him (Ty) ride the a lot in my life and I look forward to the wonderful slideshow together. Thanks to the
same horse as me in different events,” doing a project with dogs later on.” Wheatland Funeral Home for being there for us and
said Caleb. “You could tell that he was a As for work with horses, Caleb would guiding us through this process. Thanks to all of our
little nervous during the roping events. like to venture out into the world of ju- family and friends who attended Marje’s celebration
The horse could tell and goofed on him. nior bulls and steer riding next year, of life and to those who were with us in heart. It was
Then, when it was my turn, he was a lot with the possibility of getting into bull a day Marje would have loved seeing all of her family
more comfortable and we went out and riding one day. and friends gather. We would also like to send a
had a good run.” “The program requires a lot of com- special thanks to Judi Wilson. Marje will be
Caleb is 15 and a Grade 11 student at mitment, but we both believe in the remembered and missed hugely by all who knew her.
Strathmore High School. work we are accomplishing now and
In 2017, 4-H Alberta celebrates its how it will help set us up for our ca- Alfred Johansen and Family
100th anniversary. 4-H Canada celebrat- reers down the road,” said Caleb.
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Wildflower, Strathmore, which was built in 2015.
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with your own bandmill. Cut continues throughout the home with modern short-shag carpet upstairs.
must be used properly and kept confidential. It is vital that the records are kept transparent and
lumber any dimension. In The private backyard is a great place for relaxing and entertaining. With two
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3.50 acres located
DOWNTOWN FULLY DEVELOPED $79,900 · Roadway on 3 sides
approximately 10 minutes from
BUNGALOW.GARAGE AND Call Ron Kaechele Strathmore. Water and septic · Perfect for multi-family
BEAUTIFUL MATURE LOT! 403-934-1097 MLS C4121913 approved by county. development
MLS C4125523

CALL LA SHAUN LIVE UP AND RENT DOWN CALL RON GORGEOUS HOME CALL SHEILA CALL SHAUNA COUNTRY LIVING IN TOWN
$229,900! Stately home on huge lot. $243,900 - $129,900
LIVE UP RENT DOWN, PERFECT Nearly 1900 sq feet. Beautiful Former Showhome! · 1918 house on 1/3 acre
FOR THE FIRST TIME BUYER OR 4 bedrooms, 3 baths. in Gleichen
LOOKING TO RETIRE! 2
End unit townhouse.
Brand new carpet throughout. 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, · 2+2 bdrms, 1 full bath
BEDROOMS PLUS BATH UP AND
A DREAM HOME. $399,000 upgrades and detached · Beautifully treed lot
1 BEDROOM PLUS BATH DOWN!
MLS C4128650 WITH PRIVATE ENTRANCE! Call Ron Kaechele 403-934-1097 MLS C4126408 single garage! · Needs some TLC

CALL LA SHAUN FULLY DEVELOPED CALL RON THE COURTYARD CALL SHEILA 4.60+ ACRES $110,000 CALL SHAUNA IMMACULATE CONDO -

SOLD
ONE BEDROOM $174,900
DUPLEX $281,000! CONDO
of land just waiting for you to
Beautifully maintained condo!
build on! Plenty of room for your
POTENTIAL SUITE WITH Heated underground parking, · 2 bdrms, 1 full bath
home and a shop. Water and · Basement level is framed for
SEPARATE ENTRANCE! Main level,
septic approved by county.
Low monthly utilities development
2+2 BEDROOMS AND and fees. $145,000 The adjacent 3.50 acres are also · Perfect starter home or
MLS C419532 1+1 BATHROOMS! Call Ron 403-934-1097 MLS C4121900 available for purchase. investment property

CALL LA SHAUN LOOKING TO MOVE TO CALL RON FOR SALE CALL SHEILA $175,000 CALL SHAUNA CLASSIC BUNGALOW
CALGARY FAST LAND & BUSINESS Great 1 bdr Adult Living condo close - $279,900
POSSESSION $189,900! Gas, convenience, tire shop, to the Strathmore Golf Course, · Immaculate 1153 sq.ft.
AMAZING TOWNHOUSE CONDO propane. U-haul depot. Huge swimming pool, Recreation Center bungalow
WITH OWN BACK YARD, and shopping. Check out this open
potential. Includes many
floor plan, 1 bdr, 1 bath, insuite
· 3 bdrms, 1 ½ baths
WALKING DISTANCE TO
SCHOOLS AND TRANSIT AT
accessories. $345,000 laundry, large kitchen, eating area · Fully finished
Call Ron Kaechele 403-934-1097 MLS C4109538 and living room with fireplace. · Beautiful mature lot
MLS C4130752 FINGERTIPS!

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