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Volume 135 Issue 25 Friday, September , 2017 www.minnedosatribune.com 90 cents plus tax

INSIDE
this week Touch A Truck (Or A Plane)
Ready To
Teach
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150 Faces of
Canada
Photo by Hillary Miller

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By HILLARY MILLER and social media, word of with planes, combines, Anna, Batman and Spider- it done,” she said. With a
the Touch-A-Truck event quads, snowmobiles, sep- man from popular chil- high wind and wasps at

T he Touch-A-Truck
event that was held
on Saturday at the Rockin’
circulated around West-
man, allowing for a great
day.
tic trucks, classic cars,
excavators, dump trucks,
fire trucks, police cars, and
dren’s television, movies
and books. These char-
acters wowed the excited
an all-time high, she really
had no complaints about
the day, “it all went really
The Fields site was a huge Jodi McVey, a member many others. The kids were children. “They were ab- smoothly.”
success. With 500 tickets of the Beach Enhancement allowed to climb into the solutely amazing,” said The Beach Enhance-
available, and approxi- Committee, said that this machines and take a look McVey, “they really like ment Committee will be
Three Fire mately 500 entries, orga-
nizers could not have been
event could not have hap-
pened without all of the
around and learn what
it takes to operate them.
their job, and they are re-
ally good at it,”
meeting soon to debrief
and discuss whether they

Call Weekend happier with the turnout.
The event was held as a
support they received. “I
couldn’t pinpoint anybody
The Little Valley Jambo-
ree crew also assisted by
McVey noted that
there were no real chal-
will organize this event
again next year, or if they

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fundraiser for the Beach in particular, because each providing the mini train, lenges that day, the rea- will try to bring something
Enhancement Commit- business in Minnedosa so that the kids could take son being the wonderful new to Minnedosa. “It was
tee, which hopes to build and surrounding area went rides around the grounds. volunteers that helped such a great turnout and
a new playground at the above and beyond to make Living Fairytale char- out. “We had such good we had such great feed-
beach. this happen,” she said. acters showed up at the volunteers, so everyone back on it, we would love
Through advertising The field was filled event including Elsa, just came together, and got to do it again,” McVey said.

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