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Community angry
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Frustrated and angered residents are taking
Birthday donation to social media and contacting the town of-
fice regarding the lack of snow removal, poor
road conditions and snow banks blocking in
vehicles.
Page 23 Snowfall blanketed Strathmore on the night
of Oct. 31 and continued for most of that
week. Since then, residents are complaining
about getting stuck on residential roads, un-
plowed school-bus routes, and vehicles sus-
taining damage from piles of ice and slush left
behind on the streets.

Market, Strathmore, AB
“On Friday I came home from work and
it was close to eight to 10 inches of ice and
slush, and so I couldn’t get my minivan out to
Former Bison shines leave … and I damaged my Civic – my smaller
car – the same night I came home because I
couldn’t get onto my street. So I had to get a
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run on to get up that hill, and damaged the
bottom of my bumper,” said Robbie Nauffts,
a three-year resident of Strathmore who lives
on Centre Street.
“If they want us to follow the example of
having everything shoveled, they should
probably set it themselves. Right now that’s
the biggest complaint people have: ‘If I’m ex-
587-316-2000 pected to have my walk shoveled in 48 hours,
why isn’t the road cleared in 48 hours?’”
See our ad on Page 5 Under Strathmore bylaw, residents are re-
quired to remove snow and ice on the side-
walk and pathways attached to their property,
within 48 hours of a snowfall.
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Dr. Ashkan Hamzehi DDS
Dr. Sharif Faizi DDS ever, he said it seems that a grader drove up
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100 Ranch Market, Unit 105F Lawrence Carriere, who lives in Aspen Creek,
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even contacted the Town of Strathmore when
his truck was stuck in his driveway last year.
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Town of Strathmore observing similar road conditions so far this
Municipal Notices season, Carriere is toying with the idea of ap-
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“I literally couldn’t get my truck out of my
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experience last year.
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He added he eventually received an
email from the town directing him to the
town’s procedures.
“This year it’s the same thing. These roads
are horrible, soupy, you can’t get moving
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these residential roads may not be on top
of the list, but we live in a country where
it’s a guarantee, you’re going to get snow
… it should already be in the budget.”
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NOW: $34,869 NOW: $31,396 Meetings and discussions have taken
place at the town municipal office regard-
ing the problem and according to Mayor
Pat Fule the snowfall caught administra-
tion by surprise in accordance with fewer
operators.
“We were a bit short staffed – we’ve al-
ready taken steps to address that and do
some clearing – and it was an early snow
event that caught us,” said Fule, adding
two new operators have been employed.
“I think we’ve made some mistakes, but
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NOW: $57,896 NOW: $74,931 snow event. We’re on it.”
Warmer temperatures earlier this week
have already begun melting some of the
snow, and signs have popped up around
several areas in town earlier this week re-
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Community rallies behind birthday
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Daddy’s
MIRIAM OSTERMANN cap – with an extra cardboard box full week for Operation Christmas Child Home 2
comes to a close on Nov. 19. Will Ferrell,
Times Associate Editor of ball caps being used as fillers by Mark Wahlberg,
the organization. However, shoebox donations in Linda Cardellini,
Soon-to-be 70 years old, Carolyn Larden first started donating shoe- Southern Alberta can still be made John Cena,
boxes to the project when her grand- at the Calgary headquarters - 20 John Lithgow,
Larden had her birthday wish come Mel Gibson
true early this year and managed to children took part in the initiative at Hopewell Way NE - until noon on
Westmount Elementary School years Dec. 8. Donations can also be made PG
cross a big item off her bucket list on
account of a multitude of contribu- ago. After they graduated from the year-round online at www.packabox.
For Movie Listings call 403-934-3057
tions from the community. school, she continued with the proj- ca. or go to www.joylandtheatre.com
Instead of material items and birth- ect understanding wholeheartedly the
day cards, the Strathmore resident importance of the cause.
asked her friends and family to help “I believe that children are our fu-
her stuff 70 shoeboxes with items ture,” she said. “In the past I’ve helped
sanctioned for the Samaritan’s Purse with tutoring at school and in any way
Canadian Operation Christmas Child. possible I want to help, even children
After a month of accumulating hun- far away they need it far more than
dreds of items to fill 35 boxes for boys our children.”
and girls respectively, aged five to Samaritan’s Purse is a Christian re-
nine, Larden spent four straight days lief organization that provides aid to
on her living room floor sorting and victims of war, poverty, famine, perse-
dividing up donations per shoebox. cution, disaster, and disease. Canadian
Although she had contributed two Operation Christmas Child distributes
to five boxes per year to the project shoeboxes filled with gifts to children
over a 20-year span, Larden had never in developing countries and over the
tackled a project of this magnitude. years has already impacted 135 mil-
“My friends all know I’m turning the lion children.
ripe age of 70 … so rather than have Last year over 660,000 shoeboxes
people give me gifts or cards I asked packed by Canadians made their way
for my bucket list, which is to send 70; to children in Latin America, the Ca-
I wanted to do something for some- ribbean, West Africa nations and the
body else and people stepped up to Ukraine.
the plate like you would not believe,” “In many of these countries, these
said Larden. children are so poor they have never
“I would come home and there’d be received a gift in their entire lives, and
a bag of donated items. Pencil crayons so for them to receive a box full of
and little baby dolls for the girls hang- stuff that may not be that useful to Ca-
ing on the back step, and somebody nadians but is hugely useful to them
just dropped them off. I went ‘wow, from people they’ve never met from a
is this ever nice.’ And then if I was country they may have never heard of,
shopping out somewhere and some- is just tremendous,” said Frank King,
body heard what I was doing, they’d news media relations manager for Sa-
say here is $20, go shopping.” maritan’s Purse Canada.
Many friends were motivated to “We have a lot of senior citizens
help her reach her goal, but donations who love doing this. In many cases
also trickled in from members of the they’re grandparents, like myself,
community unbeknown to Larden. and they think about kids like their
Some people gave her money to pur- grandkids but who don’t have any-
chase items, others sent her cheques, thing like what their grandkids have.
and a few stopped by her house to It touches their heart and they say I
drop off donations – included 84 pairs want to change that. I want to play my
of kid socks. little part in packing my shoeboxes to
The boxes quickly filled with hair change that somehow for kids in the
accessories, beads, rubber balls, a Zip- developing world.”
loc bag with a homemade facecloth Larden estimated that a total of 25
and a bar of soap, colouring books, people, including small local busi-
pencil crayons and notepads for the nesses, provided items and monetary
girls, and marbles, toy trucks, and donations to help her fill her 70 shoe-
socks for the boys. boxes, which she dropped off at West-
On top of that, each box received mount Elementary last week ready
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Skating with Santa!
Strathmore Family
Centre
Sunday, November 26th
Do your Christmas shopping locally! 11:45am-1:15pm
On Friday, November 24th 5:00pm-8:00pm in
Downtown Strathmore
Local artisans, vendors, and downtown businesses will

The next regular
be open late! Christmas activities for the whole family!
Please bring a non-perishable food bank item donation
to participate in some of the Christmas events.

Council Meeting
will be
December 6, 2017
at 7:00 pm
Hot chocolate, and coffee provided by
Committee Wheatland Kings!

of the Whole Free to attend with a non-perishable
food bank donation!
Meeting will be NOVEMBER 24: DOWNTOWN NIGHT MARKET
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
December 13, 2017 EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES
VOLUNTEER REQUIRED
FOR ASSESSMENT REVIEW BOARD
at 7:00 pm Event and activity locations will be in Downtown Strathmore, with exact locations to be
confirmed soon. Events and activities will take place both indoors and outdoors. The Town of Strathmore is seeking (1) community member who would like
PLEASE BRING FOOD BANK DONATIONS to volunteer to sit on the Assessment Review Board.
• Outdoor Fire Pit (firewood donated by the 1st Strathmore Scouts) The Board’s function is to hear appeals filed by citizens on their property
• Hot Chocolate and Popcorn Station (sponsored by the Real Estate REPs Group Remax assessment.
Realty Horizon) The board meets when required. If you would like to volunteer for this
• Present Wrapping Station (supplies donated by Value Drug Mart) board please complete an application at www.strathmore.ca/volunteer or
• Hay Rides near Kinsmen Park
pick up at application at the Town Office.
• Christmas Crafts for Kids (by the Wheatland Society of Arts, location TBA)
• Lighting of the Tree (tree and decorations donated by the 1st Strathmore Scouts) Any questions regarding this position please contact Jennifer Sawatzky at
• Carols by The Ecole Brentwood Elementary School Senior Choir 403-934-3133.
• Kids Craft Contest (by the Youth Club, supplies donated by Value Drug Mart)
• Photos with Santa (Assist Business Centre)
• Youth Club Pumpkin Pie Fundraiser for upcoming trip to Peru (donated by Humpty’s
Restaurants, Assist Business Centre)
VOLUNTEER REQUIRED
PARTICIPATING VENDORS AND BUSINESSES SO FAR
Fifth Avenue Collection Jewelry, Steeped Tea, Just One More Vinyl and Creations,
FOR SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE
Scentsy by Cassidy, Strathmore Remedy’s RS Pharmacy, Double SS Leather Products, The Town of Strathmore is seeking (1) community member who would
Arbonne, Gloss Addict SeneGence/LipSense, Lighting Arts by Jeremy, Assist Business like to volunteer to sit on the Town’s Sustainability Committee.
Centre, Scentsy, SweetLegs Strathmore with Heather, Mystical Trees by Cassidy, The mandate of this committee is to monitor, evaluate and advise on
Lainey’s Inspiriations, Tupperware, Fabunails/Gelmoment, SoulMoon, Little Painted Nest, the implementation of a “Connecting to our Future” process, involving
Strathmore High School’s ME to WE Club, The Standard One Stop Shoe Shop
the Integrated Community Sustainability Plan endorsed by Council.
Registration is free and open to all businesses and vendors. Registrations close on
The committee meets on the third Monday of each month. If you would
STRATHMORE

November 22. Please let us know if you or your business is participating so we can
include you on the map which will be circulated prior to the event. Please follow the link like to volunteer for this committee please complete an application at
to register on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/StrathmoreNightMarket/ www.strathmore.ca/volunteer or pick up at application at the Town
Please email Lauren lmcgougan@strathmore.ca or Megan mlillico@strathmore.ca with Office. Any questions regarding this position please contact Jennifer
any questions! Sawatzky at 403-934-3133.
THANK YOU AND WE HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!!!

Santa Claus Parade Route
Start at
Library TO OUR VALUED CLIENTS,
As you all know the Strathmore FCSS Office has moved down
to 116 3rd Avenue, which will become a semi-permanent
location for us.

The Golden Hills School Division has purchased the building
which we are located in and they will be doing some minor
ROADS CLOSED construction, in which, we will have to vacate our office space
Wheatland Trail

along parade for the week between Nov. 20-24, returning to our space on
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route starting Nov. 27, 2017.
at 4 pm
If you need to come see us, we will be located at the Town
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November 17, 2017 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 5

Local man gives
to facilities that
Local resident Justin
Cook is collecting items
to donate to detox cen-

saved his life tres in Calgary and Fort
MacLeod, which helped
him overcome his own
MIRIAM OSTERMANN alcohol addiction. The ini-
Times Associate Editor tiative, Donations for De-
tox, is in its second year.
Photo Courtesy of
At 14 years of age, Justin Cook be-
Jack Cook
Strathmore RCMP is
came a slave to alcohol, a 21-year habit
he wasn’t able to break until he hit rock
investigating a theft
bottom and received proper treatment and then build a life worth living. Be- Centre site manager. that took place on
in Calgary, Fort Macleod, and Drum- fore, I’d work low-paying jobs because “They’re looking to deal with the ad- November 11th, 2017.
heller. I wasn’t reliable; and today I own a dictions in their lives and most of them
As his life turned 180 degrees for the company, do lots of volunteering and are looking to head off into a treatment Suspect(s) had stolen
better in 2015, the Strathmore local de- give back to the community. Complete program but a lot of them come to us 3 gear boxes used to hoist
opposite to the person I was.” with absolutely nothing. If we can pro-
cided to give back to the detox facili-
The Renfrew Recovery Centre oper- vide them with even the basics – toi-
construction elevators.
ties that provided him with a promising
future. ates out of Alberta Health Services and letry items, clothes – it’s extremely im- If you have any information
Aware of the lack of resources for receives government funding that cover portant for our clients. It boosts their that could solve this crime,
the building and program operations. self-esteem, and it helps preserve dig-
current members, Cook collected items
With over 2,500 individuals making use nity for these folks as well.”
please contact
in various communities last year and
was blown away by the community of the facility last year, and even more Posters will be posted around town Strathmore RCMP.
support. This year, however, donations seeking help this year, staff at the cen- while Cook hopes to have all items col-
aren’t as forthcoming, and the 37-year- tre are grateful for any donations made. lected by Dec. 15.
“It’s extremely important because For those interested in donating con- File: 20171497860
old entrepreneur is reaching out to the
Strathmore community – his largest detox is really just a client’s first stop,” tact enviousrenovations@gmail.com or
supporter last year – to help with do-
nations towards the Renfrew Recovery
said Dianne Johns, Renfrew Recover phone 403-969-3694.
1-800-222-TIPS
Centre in Calgary and the Foothills De- (1-800-222-8477)
tox centre in Fort Macleod.
“We filled two pick-up trucks; it was Why Wait Until Spring??
bigger than I expected,” he said. “This
year hasn’t been like that and I don’t
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www.the-reps.ca Traveling by air can make people more susceptible
to colds especially during the winter months. More
people have colds and flu in the winter and people still
nearly $600 in cash donations that he travel when ill. It’s the confined space of the plane that
used to purchase bus tickets for the And the second, like it, makes us more susceptible. This is especially true on
Calgary treatment centre, and long- When you are bullied is this: ‘You shall love
your neighbor as your-
long flights. Wash your hands often, bring antiseptic
wipes and clean off your seating area; use nasal saline
you feel alone.
distance phone cards for Fort Macleod, mists to keep nasal passages clear and moist. Keep well
where most clients are from out of self.’ There is no other hydrated, avoid alcohol and if someone is obviously
town and long distance phone calls are commandment greater sick near you, ask for a seat change if available. One
[Bullying is unwanted, aggressive behavior that involves
not made available. a real or perceived power imbalance. The behavior is
than these. more thing, get your flu shot.
Some liquid medications contain sugar to make
Several local businesses also contrib- repeated over time.] --Mark 12:31
them more palatable. If you are giving your child the
uted to the cause previously. medicine at bedtime, encourage the child to swish some
The initiative, which he has been col- And as you wish that water around the mouth to wash the sugar off the teeth
lecting items for since June, is dear to Lost. others would do to
before going to sleep.
Speaking of giving liquid medicines to children, there
Cook’s heart, since he has experienced you, do so to them. is a great variety of teaspoons in our cutlery drawer.
first-hand the effect the centres can When the medication label says “give one teaspoonful”,
have on one’s life. --Luke 6:31 this means a 5 ml dose. But our teaspoons at home
can vary from 2.5ml to over 7ml. It is best to use a
“I had to hit a bottom and want to calibrated teaspoon, oral syringe or calibrated dropper.
change, and then the detox gave me the You are not alone. See your pharmacists for ways of giving the correct
dose to your child.
opportunity to do that,” he said. “Have
Here’s a different way of looking at smoking….
somewhere to clear my head, talk to Who should NOT smoke? The obvious answer is
people, get information on treatment
We are looking for you. EVERYONE but especially women over 40 on birth
control pills (increases risk of stroke and heart disease);
pregnant women (increases risk of miscarriage);
We’ll Make You anyone with children (second-hand smoke increases
risk of respiratory and ear infections, asthma and

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STRATHMORE & WHEATLAND COUNTY
The town remembers
“Mr. Strathmore”
CHRISTMAS HAMPER SOCIETY

t u f f
s
MIRIAM OSTERMANN huge reach. He will be sorely missed by us.”

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Times Associate Editor Many of the projects Freeman started in the

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1940s, 1950s, and 1960s are still in existence and
On the 40th anniversary of the D-Day Invasion, functioning as waterfowl habitat today. According
to Bishop, Freeman’s name is known to members
a
John Scheer stood beside hundreds of WW2 veter-
ans in Dover, England waiting to cross the channel of the corporation ranging from coast to coast.
to Calais, France. A man in a grey suit took notice But his involvement didn’t end there. The Strath-
of his nametag and shared the story of a young more local helped with choirs, plays, and charities
man from Strathmore nicknamed “Junior” who and even emceed the Strathmore Summer Games
Saturday, Nov 18 they hadn’t been able to locate yet on the reunion.
Scheer’s friend, George Freeman, stood only a few
in 1984 as well as many weddings and anniversa-
ries.
9 am - 5 pm feet away when he pointed him out. What followed Since 1977, Freeman and Scheer visited schools
next is a is a memory Scheer is unlikely going to on Remembrance Day and vastly promoted the
Co-op, Sobeys, forget, and a true testament of the impact Free-
man, Strathmore’s last known D-Day veteran who
Poster Poem and Essay contest. He served as fire
chief of Strathmore for 13 years, as director of the
Walmart and No Frills passed away on Nov. 6, had on those around him. Calgary Zoological Society from 1951 to 1974, and
as president of the golf course and curling rink
“He stepped over in front of George, put his hand
on each shoulder looked at his nametag, lifted his in the 1950s. He was also instrumental in the cre-
SCHOOL BUSES WILL BE THERE TO FILL! face to the sky and yelled, ‘Junior!’ I tell you here ation of Strathmore’s history book, The Village that
they came, there were fellows coming from each Moved, in 1986. Nearly a decade later, Freeman
direction, I tell you the reunion was in progress also wrote the history book for the 50th anniver-
now,” Scheer remembered with a chuckle. “It was sary of the Western Irrigation District, Flow beyond
so interesting and wonderful to see and I was so the Weir.
appreciative of George inviting me to go with him.” “He’s someone I always admired for being so in-
Freeman was born and raised in Strathmore and volved in the community and always helping peo-
joined the army at the age of 18. He was in the ple out, helping at community functions, talking
first wave on D-Day – the Battle of Normandy – to school kids and keeping the Remembrance Day
and walked away without a scratch after serving memories alive, and definitely someone to who
for 11 months, when the war ended in 1945. Upon Strathmore was always home,” said Larry Freeman,
his return, Freeman devoted his life to his family, George’s son. “He was 94, he was very happy. He
his passions, and the community with such fervor had a lot of things he did in his life.”
that it earned him the title of Mr. Strathmore by Freeman’s nephew, Wally, also remembered his
family and community members. While those who uncle as someone who always lend a helping hand.
knew him remember his quick and witty comments He recalled George and his wife, Helene, setting
and playful sense of humour, the father of two and up aid stations during the Strathmore Lions Club’s
grandfather to three loved to share his knowledge. walkathons, and rubbing people’s feet and handing
Having punched the clock at Ducks Unlimited for out dry socks.
53 years, Freeman – or Mr. DU – played an instru- Although his family said there had been multiple
mental role in wetland and waterfowl habitat con- opportunities to relocate to another community
servation within Southern Alberta. Freeman took and even province, Freeman always refused.
specimens, like stuffed ducks, geese, small beavers Then in 2010, the Town of Strathmore honoured
and muskrats to classrooms in the area and edu- him by changing the name of the East Boundary
cated students on the environment and conserva- Road to George Freeman Trail. Furthermore, he re-
tion. In the 1970s he visited the Carseland school, ceived the highest honour bestowed upon anyone
where he became a strong influence in the life of in France two years ago: the Order of the Legion of
Craig Bishop. Honour to France.
“I’ve known George my whole life, he was quite While John Scheer said the last years hadn’t been
a mentor to me when I was young and looking at as productive for Freeman, he emphasized the tre-
my career,” said Bishop, manager of environmental mendous record the individual left behind for oth-
services and education for Alberta. ers to emulate. However, his wife Ann expressed
“The thing about George was that he was not just a different view of the friend she will miss dearly.
educating the youth, but the public at large. He was “He had such a wicked sense of humour and his
like that with everything; his time in the war effort, eyes were sparkling all the time, I think he just
the Canadian Legion and all the other things that wanted to enjoy life,” said Ann Scheer. “He was liv-
he was a community leader in the Strathmore area ing the lives of all his friends that didn’t make it,
for. It was just part of the way he was and what he I’m sure. He was doing his darnest to make life
stood for. better in Canada, that those guys didn’t die in vain.
“He had the ability to talk to anybody and every- He was just a real nice, ordinary guy doing extraor-
body. He influenced a lot of people and a lot of the dinary things.
legacy that we have at Ducks Unlimited is squarely “If anyone deserves a final tribute, by gosh, there
set on the foundation that George set. He had a was a good Canadian for you.”
Hope Bridges Society celebrates the contribution of the
following organizations and individuals for supporting our
Serving
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We must stand on guard for freedoms
in times of war and peace
DEREK FILDEBRANDT Wall stood as a particularly personal symbol of become a more rigid, regulated and unhappy society.
MLA Strathmore-Brooks oppression for us. Benjamin Franklin is often misquoted as saying in 1738,
While many died trying to flee communist East “Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little
Nov. 9 and 11 are both dates that mean a lot to Germany, the Berlin Wall fell without firing a security with deserve neither and lose both.” He actually,
me every year. Like most Canadians, I take time shot on Nov. 9, 1989. The will of people to live said “Sell not virtue to purchase wealth, nor Liberty to pur-
to stop and remember our war dead and veterans in freedom and unity after decades under fas- chase power,” but people must have thought that the first
on Remembrance Day, Nov. 11. cism and then communism proved more power- statement sounded better.
A much smaller number of Canadians however ful than the will of the Red Army and dictators to We should be grateful that today’s younger generations
mark Nov. 9, the anniversary of the fall of the hang onto power. have not been called en masse to defend freedom as those
Berlin Wall. The peaceful fall of the wall was a part of a of our fathers were, but we should not forget their sacrifice,
Both dates every year mark a time when we chain reaction that saw communist dictatorships and be ever watchful against trading it away, piece by piece.
should remember the sacrifice of those who across Central and Eastern Europe fall with light-
fought for the freedoms that we so often take for ning speed, and in most cases, peacefully. Never
granted today. in world history have so many people gone from
Remembrance Day this year hits particularly slavery to freedom in such a short period of time,
close to home for many in Strathmore after the and with such minimal loss of life.
passing of George Freeman on Nov. 6. George In Canada and Western nations today we face
was a community leader, war hero, and like my nothing like the threat to freedom that were
maternal great-grandfather, a D-Day veteran. faced during the Second World War or Cold War,
The fight for freedom takes many forms, and but we do imperil our own freedoms in a piece-
varies greatly in importance, but all freedoms, no meal way.
matter how small, are important when taken to- Every time we pass laws banning something be-
gether. cause it is offensive; every time we restrict some
Those we remember on Nov. 11 fought and previously legal activity in the name of protect-
shed blood for our ‘big’ freedoms: freedom to ing people from themselves, every time we trade
life, of speech, of assembly, and of religion. privacy for security, we lose a little freedom.
My father’s side of our family came from Ger- Most of the time these loses are small and
many in areas that were under Soviet occupation seemingly trivial, and so little attention is paid
after the Second World War, and so the Berlin to them, but over time and taken together, we

Downtown Christmas Night Market
coming to Strathmore
LAUREN MCGOUGAN ful potential gifts, in the downtown and people
Town of Strathmore should take advantage of this local shopping op-
portunity during the holiday season.
The Town of Strathmore is hosting the first an- The market is also being held as a way to help
nual Downtown Christmas Night Market. The mar- charities during the holiday season. The Town of
ket is being held in downtown Strathmore, and Strathmore is taking non-perishable food bank do-
will feature a variety of local artisan vendors, nations at the night market, as a way to support
downtown businesses will be open late, and there people in need during the holiday season.
will be a variety of different Christmas activities. The market is going to have fire pits, hot choco-
The market is taking place in various locations late, present wrapping, popcorn, Christmas crafts
throughout downtown. for kids, carolers, hayrides, and a lighting of the
The market is being held as a way to encourage tree ceremony, for everyone to enjoy!
people to shop locally during the holiday season. The Downtown Christmas Night Market is being
There is a variety of unique stores, with wonder- held on Nov. 24, from 5 p.m.- 8 p.m.

Cheadle Beef and Sheep off and running
JAMIE HILTON Club Executives Member Voting: President: Grace
Cheadle 4-H Club Heuver, Vice President: Jarrod Lausen, Secretary:
Mikayla Kooistra, Treasurer: Landon Hebbes and
The Cheadle 4-H club had their first meeting of Club reporter/Historian: Jamie Hilton.
the year on Oct. 10. District Reps are Grace Heuver, Maria Kooistra
My name is Jamie Hilton, I am the new reporter and the alternates Ryan Lausen and Jack Warrack.
for the Cheadle club and very excited for the job. It was decided that that Beef Weigh in would be
This is my third year doing the sheep projects, I Nov. 12 at Bruce Farms Feedlot.
love them - they are my favorite one of all. Nov. 1 was “Show your 4H Colours!” Hopefully
There were lots of familiar faces as well as some everyone wore their green to show support!
new ones. There are lots of exciting things to come There is a Multi Judging Workshop in Millarville
this year, however, we started with our yearly elec- on Saturday, Nov. 18 that a few of our members
tions. Here are the results: General: Christine will be attending, myself included, so I will have a
Warrack, Sheep Leader: Heather Hebbes, Sheep recap of that for next month.
Assistant Leader: Kylee Hebbes, Assistant General Our next meeting was Nov. 14, so watch for any
Leader: Clarence Kooistra, Public speaking: Eric news from Cheadle.
Stay Warm!

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Light the night
Rel Estate REPs RE/MAX staff Carey Rose (l-r) and Hayley Poirier bundled
up and handed out popcorn and hot chocolate at the Pumpkins in the Park
on Nov. 1 at Kinsmen Park. Miriam Ostermann Photo

Strathmore Legion Branch #10 NEWS Beer on Remembrance Day
By Irene Knappe, Secretary / PR / Poppy Chair
• Remembrance Day for the Legion, began with the preparation of the Civic Centre on Friday night.
The cadets were ready, willing and eager to put out the chairs, the programs and wreaths at 6 pm!! All
Giving back Legion members John Manchester (l-r), Basil Dwyer, and Al-
lan Auger had a special Remembrance Day beer, the Last
was set-up and done by 7:50!! If it wasn’t for them, we’d have been there till midnight!! Oh, but to Grade 7 students from Holy Cross Collegiate display bags full Post Brown Ale, at Origin Malting & Brewing Co. on Nov. 11.
be young again! They were also a huge help during the Ceremony on Saturday. So very much appreci- of clothes that were donated for the Winter Clothing Drive. The
ated, cadets!!
The beer was brewed at Origin with the help of Legion mem-
• And, to everyone out there who sponsored wreaths of all sizes, and crosses, and then also had our school would like to thank everyone who contributed to the bers with some proceeds going towards the local legion’s
poppy boxes on their counters, your support is unmatched! event, from Nov. 6-10. Photo Courtesy of Mary Kruse poppy fund. Brady Grove Photo
• And then there is the general population! You are always so giving! Without you, we would not be
able to help our Veterans! We thank you from the bottoms of our collective hearts for your generosity!

Gleichen utility costs hurt
• Then there is the hard-working people who tended our poppy tables!! Thank you, thank you,
THANK YOU!
• If there is still anyone out there who would like a place to hold their family Christmas get-together,
company Christmas party, or anything else to do with Christmas (or not), then the Legion is the place

senior budgets
for you!! Not only do we have the large main hall on the main floor, but we also have a smaller hall
upstairs. Pick a date and time, come to the Legion to check availability, book it at the bar, and then get
together with Pat at The Kitchen to discuss your menu!. It’s just that easy!!
• Don’t forget to come to our Breakfast with Santa on Saturday, November 25th, from 8 until 10:30
am. The fee will be $3.50 per person and everyone is welcome! There are plenty of events for kids
(and those who are kids at heart) to attend, leading up to the Santa Claus parade and finally, the SHARON MCLEAY idents and county staff on responsibilities should
Celebration of Lights!!
• Our Santa List should be up by the time you read this, for our annual Kid’s Christmas Party!! Times Contributor sewer lines become blocked or frozen.
Please, if you are a member, come in and put the names of your children, your children’s children and “The new bylaw will allow the utility depart-
their children on the list for gifts from Santa. The event is from 11 am to 1 pm, with Santa coming in ment to adequately compensate ratepayers for re-
at noon. Santa’s helper, Comrade Brenda Knight, will be organizing games, colouring, etc. for the kids.
Russel Smith, a former mayor of Gleichen, at-
When is it? Sunday, December 10th. tended Wheatland County council’s meeting Nov. pairs that occur as a result of county infrastructure
• The Legion elections candidate list was taken down out of respect for Remembrance, and is once 7 to query the council on the water lines and rates failure. As well, the county will be protected from
again up.
• LA Legion ELECTIONS: Tuesday, NOVEMBER 21st, 7 pm. for Gleichen. compensating ratepayers for damage as a result of
• Legion ELECTIONS: Tuesday, NOVEMBER 28th, at 7 pm. Smith said his water rates had doubled and he landowner caused issues,” said Mike Ziehr, Wheat-
WHERE WOULD WE BE WITHOUT VOLUNTEERS? THEY ARE NEEDED FOR PRETTY MUCH EVERY-
wanted to know if the new water line was the land County’s transportation and infrastructure
THING!! THE LEGION IS RUN BY MOSTLY ALL VOLUNTEERS!! THE CELEBRATION OF LIGHTS IS cause. Council answered that water rates increased manager.
THERE BECAUSE OF VOLUNTEERS!! OUR STRATHMORE AGGIE DAYS IS MOSTLY RUN BY VOLUN- long before the water line was put in. The Glei- Lines can block up when roots penetrate the
TEERS!! CONSIDER BECOMING A VOLUNTEER!! THE REWARD IS PRICELESS!!
chen treatment plant needed replacing and staff pipes, or old pipes corrode, or digging and ground
For further information, please call the Legion at 403.934.5119 shifts damage pipes. One sign of trouble is wa-
said they saved over $1 million by collaborating
with the Wheatland Water Corp. line. Grant money ter burbling up out of household drain outlets.
also paid for a good portion of the project. If that happens, it may be a good idea to consult
Thought for Staff said the rates were increased in an attempt a plumber, who can clear simple problems, or at
to cover treatment costs for water. Rates were sub- least scope the line to determine if there is damage
the Week sidized by the county. that is more extensive. Wheatland County states in
~ “We are trying to go back to a user pay system, their bylaw that property owners are responsible
I know what I to cover the actual costs of the system,” said Mike to keep sewer lines on their property free of de-
Ziehr, Wheatland County’s manager of transporta- bris, and provide adequate cover and insulation
have given you. on the lines. Lines to the property are the county
tion and utilities.
I do not know Smith took exception to the costs for sewer responsibility and lines at the property line to the
treatment, stating that some of the water did not house are the property owner’s responsibility.
what you have
return to the sewer system. Ziehr said the county
received. allows a 70 per cent return rate for water to the REMUNERATION FOR COUNCIL
A. Porchia sewer system. He added that the rates charged are Pay raises can be a contentious issue and Wheat-
lower than some municipalities and are based on land County’s new council members questioned
an analysis done last year. whether they should forgo a raise this year due to
Smith said these increasing utility rates are a economic downturns.
significant burden for seniors on limited budgets. “We have been through this process before,”
He asked council to help and respect seniors who said Councillor Ben Armstrong. “In the past, coun-
had made contributions to the county for many cil dealt with our own per diems. Several terms
years. ago, we put it out to the public so that it takes it
“There are no increases in incomes for seniors away from council making their own decision for
to cover these costs,” said Smith. their own remuneration. As council we have no
Councillor Amber Link said this is a “hit” to se- input as to what the outside group decides.”
nior’s budgets and added that she has heard from The rate suggested by the citizen panel was one
residents in the area on the matter. She asked if per cent. Wheatland County Councillor Scott Klas-
council could find some ways to help consumers. sen said it is important to listen to recommenda-
Reeve Glen Koester said council could discuss tions put forth from the appointed committees.
possible measures at budget time. CAO Alan Par- John MacArthur, Wheatland County’s human
kin said residents can reduce their water con- resources manager, said a number of factors are
sumption and get rebates from the county for low used to determine the rate, such as cost of living.
water use fixtures. Reviews will be done in 2019, including compari-
Seniors can get emergency help for utilities ar- sons with other municipalities for conference re-
rears once every three years from the province imbursements. It was asked that comparisons be
through Alberta Seniors and Housing, if given a brought forward for council information.
disconnect notice. The account must be in the ap- “I don’t want the perception to be that we are
plicant’s name. Low-income seniors who rent may doing it for the money,” said Councillor Tom Ikert.
be able to qualify for community housing or sub- Council voted to increase their per diem and
sidies through government programs that include honorarium amounts by one per cent effective
utilities. Jan. 1, 2018.

CLOGGED SEWER LINES PROPERTY ARREARS LEAD TO AUCTION
Clogged sewer lines or broken pipes can lead to There were 51 properties in tax arrears this year
expensive repairs. Determining whether it is the in Wheatland County. This lead to five properties
county or homeowner’s responsibility is some- that were put up for auction, as owners did not
times a difficult matter. arrange for payment. Inquiries and bids can be
Wheatland County’s updated Water and Waste- made at the Wheatland County office. Properties
water bylaw 2017-19 sets out clarifications for res- are sold as is.
November 17, 2017 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 9

Christmas hampers are back
SHARON MCLEAY “The granting of $10,000 would kick-start our series, al-
Times Contributor lowing us to motivate and engage others in contributing as
well,” said Field. “The joy of having partnerships and bring-
The Strathmore and Wheatland County Christmas Hamper ing people together is where you get multiple ideas.”
Society is gearing up to collect food and toys for hampers. The previous council had approved the amount be includ-

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“We live in a tremendous county. The support we receive ed in the current budget. However, members of the new

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Craig Stone, Strathmore and Wheatland County Christmas pensive. Council asked staff to bring back more information

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Hamper Society chairman. “Over the 35 years we have been before they make budget decisions.

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doing this, there have been a lot of changes. The prominent The group hopes financing will be in place by Jan. 2018.
one is the need for hampers.”
Stone said more hampers are needed each year. Wheatland POLICY CHANGES FOR WHEATLAND EMPLOYEE
County council was asked to contribute a $3,300 donation, HEALTH AND SAFETY
which typically goes to supply turkeys for the hampers. Last Wheatland County Council approved a move to ban smok-
year, 260 hampers were given out and the society expects an ing in county buildings, the doorways of county buildings We also carry small
equal amount will be needed this year. The group is holding or in county-owned vehicles. For those who do smoke, they animal items for:
their Stuff a Bus campaign on Nov. 18 at Sobeys, Walmart, must move at least five metres from entrances and dispose
Co-op and No Frills stores to kick off the donation campaign. of cigarette butts in approved containers. Rabbits • Guinea Pigs • Hamsters
Stone said handling the donations has posed a space chal-
lenge in the pavilion used for assembling the hampers. They
The move was made to reduce dangers posed by exposure
to second-hand smoke and will comply with provincial leg-
• Chinchilas • Hedgehogs
handle over 33,000 items each year. Stone suggests that ad- islation. Penalties for staff violations are set out in Wheatland as well as live food for lizards
ditional shelving would help with sorting and storage. Ham- County’s code of conduct policies.
per distribution is scheduled for Dec. 20 to 21. Council also approved an updated drug and alcohol pol-
The society always needs volunteers, and those interest- icy, which includes pre-employment testing and random
ed can contact Strathmore or Wheatland FCSS. Council ap- drug testing with cause on a regular basis. Current provincial
proved the $3,000. Council members commented that the legislation allows employers to conduct random drug tests
society is a good investment for a worthy cause. if there seems to be reasonable cause for the testing. Cur-
rently employees must notify their supervisors of conditions
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT that might affect their work. Use of prescription drugs is al-
Expanding employment and business opportunities is lowed, when it does not impair the ability to perform duties. Mon-Sat - 9 am - 9 pm
a task Wheatland County Council gave to members of the “We have not had any incident in the last three years requir- Sun 10 am - 6 pm
Wheatland County Economic Development Board. ing a reasonable cause test, nor is there any record prior to
Marcy Field, a representative for the board, said part of 2015 of such an incident,” stated John MacArthur, Wheatland 250 Edgefield Place, Strathmore
that responsibility is to promote education opportunities for County’s human resources manager. 403.902.0695
business people. On Nov. 7, she asked council for $10,000 Staff indicated approval does require additional staff time
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CREEK runs behind property A LITTLE PIECE OF HEAVEN TURRETT FRONT not a lot of studies out there for the
Quonset, dbl garage,outbuildings Stunning Hillside Bungalow 1453 1575 sq ft 3+ 1 bedrooms, 2.5 baths larger systems,” said Treacy. “There is a
Many many trees and secluded sq ft, FF basement, walkout,double heated garage, 24.6’x 22’ lot of incentive out there, so it is impor-
4 miles off pavement att garage, 30 min to Calgary on central air, 2 pantries, large large kitchen
mls C4139537
Country HILLS bLVD 2 fireplaces,family room down tant to know that it works.”
The government of Alberta’s Mu-
STRATHMORE • ASPEN CREEK 3K FROM STRATHMORE STRATHMORE • STRATHMORE LAKES STRATHMORE • HILLVIEW nicipal Climate Change Action Centre
provided municipal funding for so-
C / S 379,900
I N 1 D AY
$ $
374,900 $
374,900 $
369,900 lar project installations on municipal
buildings. Wheatland County applied

SOLD
mls 4141432 mls c4140809 mls C4125114 mls C4135526
for the funding last year and installed
solar panels on the east wing adminis-
ASPEN CREEK SPECIAL BETTER THAN NEW!! IMMEDIATE POSSESSION!! tration building renovations. Wheatland
One owner Bungalow, 1343 sq ft 8.95 acres with endless water, Wonderful adult living condo in desired 1463 SqFt 3+1 Bed, 2.5 Bath, Massive Kitchen, has a 60-kilowatt system generating an
Backs onto Trees, Park 1910 2 storey in original condition Westlake Bay!! 2+2 Bed, 3 bath. Fireplace, Fully finished with family room, den, expected 65 megawatts of power per
and walking paths, 4 bdms up 1 on main floor Fully finished, Double garage, fresh paint bedroom and bathroom. Double Detached year. There are 215 solar modules with
Fully finished basement Spring fed pond, trees, barn MOVE IN READY!! garage. Located in desired neighborhood.
four inverters on the roof.
“It is out there for the public to see.
STRATHMORE • STRATHMORE LAKES STRATHMORE • WESTMOUNT STRATHMORE • ASPEN CREEK STRATHMORE • STRATHMORE LAKES
As a county, we want to be leaders in
$
359,900 $
318,500 NEW
PRICE
$
292,000 $
290,000 environmental initiatives,” said Dave
Churchill, Wheatland County’s general

mls C4139278
SOLD manager of transportation and infra-
structure.
mls C4136927 mls C4142419 mls C4137735
Treacy said the Wheatland system ex-
MOVE IN READY! BEAUTIFULLY KEPT BUNGALOW!! NO CONDO FEES!! THE PERFECT HOME!! ceeded production and greenhouse gas
3 bed, 3 bath Adult living in Desired Area. 3 Bed + Den, 1.5 Bath 1290 Sqft. Oversized Two story, att garaage, cul de sac
Many upgrades, Fully Finished 3 bed, 2 bath,
single detached garage. Many Updates Open concept with wonderful cooks kitchen, (GHG) emissions forecasts for the year,
Dbl attached garage, fully finished walkout.
open concept, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 hardwood floors, det. garage, RV parking, large
with a 70-megawatt generation, and it
Extensively renovated with paint, floor, tile, incl. windows. 2 laundry rooms beside yard with beautiful landscaping, across from
green space and much more!! MUST SEE baths, good size yard
back splash and more!!! MUST SEE! park!! MOVE IN READY!! decreased greenhouse gas emissions
by 60.6 tonnes.
STRATHMORE • PARKWOOD STRATHMORE • STRATHMORE LAKES CALGARY STRATHMORE • STRATHAVEN She added that weather, higher tem-
$
289,900 $
279,900 $
259,900 $
259,900 peratures, module maintenance issues,
and roof pitch affected optimal produc-
tion.
mls C4074067 A total savings of 6.4 cents per kilo-
mls C4124764 mls C4140683 mls C4139585
watt-hours was realized on power used
ADULT LIVING AT ITS FINEST!! FINE ADULT LIVING ADULT LIVING STUNNING MODERN CONDO in the Wheatland County administra-
1058 SqFt 3 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath. FRESHLY PAINTED THROUGH MAIN Vacant and ready to move in Modern Family Floorplan, modern tion building, so this supports a sav-
Fully Finished, Open Concept, FLOOR LAST WEEK. END UNIT, ATT 2 bedroom--45+ Adult living finishings, Open Concept, 3 beds, ings to monthly utility costs. The extra
Massive Master with 4 piece en suite, GARAGE, MASTER BDM HAS double Backs onto GREENSPACE 2.5 Baths, Fully Finished Walkout
Wonderful yard, Deck and much more!! shower main floor laundry,move in ready Condo fees only $175 per month onto Greenspace and Park! electricity not used and going into the
grid gave only a minimal financial re-
STRATHMORE • DOWNTOWN STRATHMORE • DOWNTOWN STRATHMORE • DOWNTOWN STRATHMORE • DOWNTOWN turn.
Treacy said utility costs are expected
$
249,900 $
230,000 $
207,000 $
199,900 to remain steady for the near future,
but with coal plants shutting down
SOLD mls C4139657
mls C4135475
mls C4143631 mls C4139470
and sustainable energy initiatives in-
creasing, electricity prices will go up,
NO CONDO FEES! OVERSIZED LOT!! BUILT IN 2013 IMMACULATE!! 2010 CONDO which improves returns with the solar
Similar to Adult living without the rules 3+1 Bedroom 2 Bath. Situated on WALK TO PARK,
systems. Using solar energy does not
LIKE NEW 2 WALK IN STORAGE CLOS-
two bdm plus hobby room/den 50x160 lot. This home is R3 zoned. ETS. DARK MAPLE CABINETS, COR- 2 bdm alter delivery and service costs charged
Loads of cabinets and pantry 14x22 Det Garage. This home has NER PANTRY. 3 BEDROOMS, CONDO fenced back yard, low condo fees by the utility providers.
Single att garage, extra long many original characteristics. FEES ONLY $135. PER MONTH $100 per month
Treacy qualified that benefits for
panel repayment is limited, as it takes
STRATHMORE • STRATHAVEN STRATHMORE • ?? RURAL WHEATLAND • STANDARD RURAL WHEATLAND • CLUNY about 19 years to pay off the cost of
$
199,900 NEW
LISTING
$
199,888 $
197,500 $
179,900 the installation and panels. Without the
government subsidy, it climbs to about

mls C4140267 mls C4145336
SOLD mls C4117270 mls C4135519
25-30 years.
She recommended that Wheatland
County monitor the system for its
WONDERFUL 3 BEDROOM CONDO!! OWN THE LAND SITUATED ON 3 LOTS SITUATED ON 2 LOTS!! greatest production quotient, retrofit
1349 sq ft 4 bdm, 2 full baths 4 Bed, 2 Bath Absolutley every- 1157 SqFt 2 Bedroom. This home was and maintain the system, and negoti-
3 bed, 1.5 bath with new modern
extensively renovated. thing updated!! Wonderful Kitchen, extensively renovated on the outside
flooring, fresh paint, lots of living Master bdm has walk in closet ate energy contracts to improve cost
Formal Dining, living room, beauti- with siding, metal roof, foundation,
space and unspoiled basement!! and full bathroom ful yard and much more!! furnace and more! recoveries.
Wheatland County hosted a well-
STRATHMORE• BRENTWOOD STRATHMORE • WESTMOUNT RURAL WHEATLAND • GLEICHEN Wanting to Sell attended solar workshop, with a pre-
$
158,500 $
139,900 $
30,000 or Buy?
sentation from Rob Harlan of the Solar
Energy Society on Nov. 8. It gave resi-

SOLD
dents the basics of personal and farm
Please Give solar systems. The consensus was the
mls C4130680 mls C4140890 mls C4119759
Us A Call. same for the personal systems, in that
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and paint, redone kitchen cabinets, and age shed, covered parking, Condo Fee
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Growth expected for metal
fabrication industries
SHARON MCLEAY are many smaller fabrication business-
Times Contributor es in the region and a goal of the initia-
tive is to bring together these industries
Public Hearings—Wheatland County Council Chambers

With the oil and gas downturn, it has and support their businesses in a sig- November 21, 2017 at 1 p.m.
been said that Alberta needs to diver- nificant manner. There is an indication
sify to create income and employment. these businesses can expand to other Wheatland County will consider the following applications for Public
Community Futures Wild Rose has an markets in addition to oil and gas.
The third stage of the project will be
Hearing at the regular Council meeting on Tuesday, November 21,
idea to promote industrial growth and
employment in rural areas. to encourage the business and financial 2017.
“We have several mandates and one sectors to support the development of
is community and economic develop- metal fabrication businesses. The following public hearings begin at 1 p.m. and proceed until all
ment. In our region, we had a project Total cost for the project is $66,000
set up to see what metal fabrication is – $30,000 provided by Alberta Labour, applications have been heard:
all about,” said David Petrovich, busi- $16,000 generated in cash and $20,000
ness analyst from Community Futures in-kind contributions. Bylaw # 2017-16
Wild Rose. Councillor Ben Armstrong asked why
Community Futures Wild Rose col- government is getting involved in in-
laborated with the Alberta Ministry of dustry. He felt a good industry would Legal Description: Lot 2, Block 1, Plan 1110071 (NW-36-23-22-W4M)
Labour, the federal government and find its own level and grow on its own.
Rocky View County to research labour He wondered if businesses would wel-
come interference.
Proposal: To rezone +/-37.67 acres from Agricultural General (AG)
market issues that would support man-
ufacturing industries in this area. Petro- Petrovitch said government policies District to Direct Control (DC) District to accommodate a truck re-
vich said a similar program in Austra- and rules are often generalized and the pair shop business.
lia developed the formula for business specific effects they have on industry
development, generating successful are not really realized. He also said
steps to nurture and develop business organizing the industries would help
growth. businesses partners together to access Comments may be forwarded in writing to Wheatland County or at
The metal fabrication industry was value chains for bidding and purchas- the above meeting. The application files may be reviewed in the
chosen as a target group, to generate a ing. County Office during regular office hours – Monday to Friday 8 a.m.
template that could later be applied to “It is an interesting comment… but
other industry development. here is the problem. Government just to 4.30 p.m. Any comments provided will become part of the public
He stated that the process involves by its nature ends up creating barriers record in accordance with Section 40 (1) of the Alberta Freedom of
three stages, with the group already for the industry itself. That has been Information and Protection Privacy (FOIPP) Act. Any personal
completing the first stage, which con- proven over and over,” said Petrovich.
“What they realize is they need to get
information on submissions made regarding applications is collected
tains labour market research and asset
analysis on the metal fabrication indus- everyone in the room and find out what under the authority of the FOIPP Act Section 33 (c) and subsequent
try. barriers have been created. We have versions of the Act.
“The most important thing that came barriers in our education sector right
out of that (first stage research) were now. Industry owners have reported
recommendations that we needed to that they have had employees come to
engage with government, work with their shops not even knowing how to
the educators, develop an industry or- use a tape measure.”
ganization and develop a strategic plan Councillor Amber Link said educa-
for metal fabrication,” said Petrovich. tion was also one of Wheatland Coun-
He asked Wheatland County council ty’s economic development goals, and
for $3,000 to support the second and she supported the partnership’s efforts
third stage. Newell County have also to work with post-secondary training,
been asked for support, while Brooks indicating there are deficiencies in edu-

Environmental Stewardship Awards
and Bassano have committed to fund- cation programs.
ing. Petrovich said the education partners
The initiative already has support at Olds College and Bow Valley College
from Rocky View County, Community have indicated they don’t get much In 2016, Wheatland County Council adopted an Environmental Policy that included
Futures Entre-Corp, Olds College, Bow feedback from industry and are look-
a commitment to “engage and enable stakeholders to protect the value that our
Valley College and Skills Metal Inc. ing forward to hearing what the indus-
Owners of Skills Metal Inc., one of try needs. natural environment provides,” and, “encourage contributions to environmental
the project partners, were asked to “Being a young member on council, sustainability by seeking opportunities to enable and support community
provide industry contacts and informa- a lot of my friends are coming out of members.”
tion for the study. It was emphasized secondary programs and looking for
that they are not given any preferential opportunities and jobs; and with the The Wheatland County Agricultural Service Board presents the Environmental
treatment in results or application of downturn in the economy, they are Stewardship Award as a way to recognize and reward notable efforts within the
the study. having trouble with that,” said Coun-
cillor Jason Wilson. “So I really like in- community to practice and promote environmental stewardship and innovation.
The federal government has identi-
fied that by 2022, metal fabrication corporating education with the metal Two Environmental Stewardship Awards are available per year in the following
will be a leading industry of growth industry. I think having a transition
in Canada. Wheatland County has also from education to a job is great… it is categories:
identified manufacturing as a potential enabling.”
growth industry in the county. Metal Petrovich said that a follow-up report The Community Stewardship Award
fabrication supports several supply and feedback could be given to council
chains for agricultural products. There at the end of the process. The Community Stewardship Award recognizes a Wheatland County community
member or group that has made an outstanding contribution to environmental
sustainability in the municipality.

Christmas campaign begins J. Laslo Legacy Award
JEAN BUTHFER in the stores with wish lists and infor-
The J. Laslo Legacy Award will be awarded to an agricultural producer in Wheatland
Secretary, Strathmore & Wheatland mation on the program, and will be
County Christmas Hamper Society issuing interim receipts for cash dona- County that has shown exemplary leadership in the implementation of beneficial
tions. The air cadets and the Cheadle management practices on their farm.
The Strathmore & Wheatland County 4-H club are kindly assisting us with
Christmas Hamper Society has once the event. For more information about these awards and how to apply, please
again begun their campaign to provide We are fortunate to live in a very  visit our website at www.wheatlandcounty.ca,
Christmas joy to families in the area. giving community which includes the  email Alyssa.cumberland@wheatlandcounty.ca
With that in mind, we are having a Town of Strathmore, Wheatland Coun-  call 403-361-2007
“Stuff A Bus” event on Saturday, Nov. ty, businesses, schools and service
18, 2017 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. clubs and they have never let us down.
We will have a school bus at No Frills So come on down to one of our loca- Deadline is December 8, 2017 at 4:30 p.m.
and Co-op, and one in the Walmart/ tions and enjoy the magic of giving to
Sobeys parking lot. Volunteers will be others at this special time of year.
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Wheatland Elementary

Holy Cross Collegiate

Trinity Christian Academy
Wheatland Crossing

École Brentwood Elementary

Strathmore High School Westmount Elementary

Sacred Heart Academy

The Ultimate
Christmas Market is
happening again at Aspen Crossing!
happening again at Aspen Crossing!
Strathmore High School, Crowther Junior High
School, Holy Cross Collegiate, Sacred Heart
Academy, Trinity Christian Academy, Westmount
The Aspen Crossing
Elementary, Wheatland Elementary, Ecole Brent-
wood Elementary school and Wheatland Cross- Join us for our Christmas Market is a
ing held their Remembrance Day ceremonies on 13th Annual Christmas Market!
Nov. 10.
Photo Courtesy of Lisa Homan (CMJHS) Showcasing over 60 vendors for a must do Event every year!
Crowther Junior High School Doug Taylor, Miriam Ostermann,
Brady Grove, Adelle Ellis Photos true shopping extravaganza!

I Can’t Tell You about the War November
I’ve never heard the guns below short days ago.
I’ve never had my heart break for them who 18th & 19th
fought for us. SATURDAY,
I have never slept thinking that a bomb will 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
come when I’m sleeping.
I’ve never smelled the gun powder when it SUNDAY,
hung in the air 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
I never saw those men who died
But I did hear how tragic war is
CHRISTMAS MARKET
I can feel how upset all those families were BRUNCH BUFFET
I can’t imagine what all those little kids who - Call to Reserve
never saw their dad felt. Saturday & Sunday
But they did fight for the Freedom that Sittings start at:
we have now. 10:00 am, 11:30 am & 1:00 pm.
Isabel Jensen recited her poem “I
Lest we forget Can’t Tell You about the War” for
which she won first place in all of 1 km west of Mossleigh on Hwy 24 Toll Free 1-866-440-3500
www.aspencrossing.com
Canada in the Legion Remem-
Isabel Jensen Strathmore, AB brance Day Poster Poem and Essay
Wheatland Crossing School Contest. Adelle Ellis Photo
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RSA student brings thriller to stage “Sometimes, only one person is missing
and the whole world seems empty”
LAUREEN F. GUENTHER Ruth,” she said. “I really resonated with both of their strug-
Times Contributor

gles.”
And, although the play was written nearly 80 years ago, it
Still Stands the House, a thriller play will be timely for us.
Christmas of Hope
written by Canadian “We are increasing the moments a gathering sponsored by
playwright Gwen Pharis of conflict by exploring what this
Ringwood in 1938, will
be performed Nov. 17
story would look like set in 2017,
which makes all of the discussion
Wheatland Funeral Home
Written by Gwen Pharis Ringwood
that much more weighted and un-
to 19 in the Rosebud’s Sunday, December 3, 2017 at 7:00 pm
Akokiniskway Gallery. settling,” she said.
“The story takes Wickens hopes the play will reach at Strathmore United Church
place in a crumbling people who have ever felt stuck,
We acknowledge the wonder and the beauty
farmhouse during a those who have ever dreamed of a
and the miracle of Christmas; but along with
bitter winter blizzard,” better future, and other fans of Ca-
that, for many, an “emptiness”. By our
said producer Bethany nadian theatre.
coming together, hopefully we can provide
Wickens. “The problems Hester, Bruce and each other with the nourishment of
The play is Wickens’ Ruth are facing are quite univer- Friendship, Kindness and Hope.
Final Project as a Rose- sal,” she said. “I hope people are
bud School of the Arts left with questions, either about the
(RSA) student. She’s play or about their own lives.” Whether you are dealing with this “emptiness” from years past or
also recently performed Still Stands the House will be only recently, you are welcome and encouraged to join with us.
A Thriller on the Canadian Prairies
in Rosebud Theatre’s performed Nov. 17 at 7 p.m., Nov.
18 at 7 p.m., and Nov. 19 at 3 p.m. If possible, please RSVP by November 30, 2017
Skin of our Teeth and Directed by
Conrad Belau by phone: 403-934-4404
Miracle on 34th Street. DATES & TIMES Starring and 8 p.m. It runs approximately
November 17 - 7pm Bethany Wickens by email: info@wheatlandfuneralhome.ca
“The wind howls November 18 - 7pm
November 19 - 3pm
Maggie MAcKenzie
John McIver
40 minutes. For tickets, which are
across the snowy Prai- November 19 - 8PM Anne Salkeld
Ticket price $10 $10, email wickproductions@out-
WICKPRODUCTIONS @outlook.com If you know of someone who may benefit from this evening,
ries,” Wickens said. akokiniskway Gallery look.com or see the Still Stands the please forward this invitation to them on our behalf
RoseBud, ALBERTA
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Prosperous days seem a thing of the
past.”
Wickens plays the role of Ruth. Mag-
gie MaKenzie, another graduating stu-
dent, is playing Hester, and RSA gradu-
ate John McIvor plays Bruce. Third-year
student Anne Salkeld is Manning, a real
estate agent.
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Freedom Singers Rosebud Theatre’s Christmas
show: hilarious but tender
LAUREEN F. GUENTHER
Times Contributor

Cariboo Magi, a Christmas comedy,
opened in Rosebud Theatre’s Opera
House Nov. 10, and is running until
Dec. 23.
It’s 1870, and the story begins in San
Diego. Fanny Dubeau (Norma Roth),
saloon owner, is at risk of losing her
business to the bank, because the Cali-
fornia Gold Rush has gone bust. Des-
perate for money, she fraudulently

Monday,
signs a contract for an acting troupe to
perform in Barkerville, B.C. Now she
just needs actors. Nathan Schmidt (back, l-r), Norma Roth, Zach

November 27
Running Coyote (front, l-r), and Anna Dalgliesh
William Teller (Nathan Schmidt) has
perform in the comedy Cariboo Magi, at Rose-
just resigned his failed mission as an bud Theatre running Nov. 10 to Dec. 23. The play,
Anglican minister. Marta Reddy (Anna set in 1870, is about a group of unskilled actors
Dalgliesh), a former dancing girl, is sev- traveling north from San Diego to perform the

7:00 PM
en months pregnant. Joe Mackey (Zach Christmas story in Barkerville, BC.
Running Coyote), an orphan of mys- Photo Courtesy of Rosebud Theatre
terious ethnicity, has come back from
Canada to marry her. for her favorite plays: Hamlet, The Last
Fanny tricks Teller and the newly- of the Mohicans and A Christmas Carol.

Beiseker Level Land Hall
weds into going to Barkerville to per- The road is rough, of course. The re-
form. She’ll pay them a little, pay her- lationships are no smoother. And when
self a lot - and save her saloon. the unlikely Magi arrive in Barkerville
As they travel - by steamboat, and on Christmas Eve, they learn that The-
1.25 Miles south of Intersection Hwy 9 & RR242 atre Royal wants them to perform only
then on the newly-built Cariboo Wagon
Free Will Offering For Info:403-934-7673 Road, by stagecoach, camel, snowshoe one play – the traditional Christmas
story.
and on foot - Fanny directs rehearsals
The Freedom I expected Cariboo Magi to be a ri-
The Singers
Freedom began their began
Singers music ministry whenministry
their music two young men,two
when Simon
youngandmen,
Wesley, arrived
diculous and lighthearted story of peo-
in Canada as stowaways from Romania escaping in a shipping container. After singing at local
Simon
churches and and
tellingWesley, arrived
their story, in Canada
it was suggestedastostowaways
actually givefromourRomania escaping
group a name. TheinFREEDOM
a Strathmore ple gathering to celebrate Christmas. It
SINGERSshipping container. After singing at local churches and telling their story,
share their music
enriched and blessed.
and testimony
They give to
it was suggested
in
praise
the
to God
actually
hope that
giveforour
those
Hisgroup
guidance
who listen will be spiritually
and abundant Grace.
a name.
Denture Clinic was certainly all of that. Our audience
laughed aloud, and we laughed often.
The FREEDOM SINGERS share their music and testimony in the hope that those Terry Grant Denturist But I was surprised the play also has
tender moments.
who listen will be spiritually enriched and blessed. 403.934.3877 Each of these actors delivers a strong
They give praise to God for His guidance and abundant Grace. performance, as I’ve come to expect at
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Strathmore
Storm D vs
SPORTS
Strathmore Storm B vs
Strathmore Minor Hockey Association host their
annual Atom Tournament Nov. 10-12 with games
played In Strathmore, Gleichen and Standard. 40
Millwood Huskies Cochrane Rockies teams took part in the annual event.
Tyler Lowey and Adelle Ellis Photos

Strathmore
Storm C vs Strathmore Storm E
Bow Valley vs Whitemud
Flames Rebels
Strathmore
Storm A vs
Medicine Hat
Hounds
Strathmore Storm B vs
Cochrane Rockies

Strathmore Storm A vs Strathmore Storm D vs Strathmore Storm E vs Strathmore Storm C vs
Medicine Hat Hounds Millwood Huskies Whitemud Rebels Whitemud Rebels

Strathmore hosts annual atom tournament
TYLER LOWEY gardless of who was playing.” The Storm E was the final local team to compete.
Times Reporter This year, no local teams hoisted a trophy in the A, They went winless on the weekend, dropping a game
B or even C side brackets. The closest team to reach a to the Edmonton Oil Queens, 3-2 in Gleichen Nov. 10.
Back and bigger than ever, the fifth annual Strath- title was Strathmore Storm C, which fell 9-3 to the Clive They also fell 9-3 to the Chestermere Lakers later that
more Minor Hockey Association (SMHA) atom tourna- Blackhawks Nov. 12 at the Family Centre gold rink. day in Standard and wrapped up the tournament with
ment was a success on many levels. The Storm C were optioned to the B side after they a 2-1 loss to the Whitemud Rebels Nov. 11 in Standard.
The demand for entries last year was so huge, the lost their opener Nov. 10 6-5 to the Bow Valley Flames With double the tourney size, SMHA was able to raise
SMHA decided to double the tourney’s size. in Standard. That same day, they dumped the St. Albert enough money to the point where they are able to give
“Last year we had over 70 teams show interest in our Saints 7-3 in the gold arena. Playing in the B semis between $1,000 and $1,500 back to teams in the pro-
tournament,” said SMHA president Natalie Haslund. Nov. 11, the Storm clipped the Whitemud Rebels 4-3 in gram. There was also enough money to provide each
“Based on the number of teams that showed interest, the gold arena. of the kids a tournament t-shirt, grab bag and a hockey
we needed more ice time. With the added cost of one The Storm A won their tourney opener 4-3 against a puck hacky sack. The program was able to raise such
more rink, we wanted to fill it to its maximum, so we different Bow Valley Flames squad Nov. 10 at the Fam- funds thanks to a strong showing in the 50-50 draw,
took this opportunity to go big and make it work.” ily Centre blue rink. In the A side quarterfinals, they raffle tickets and a triple-threat board fundraiser.
The results showed 40 teams – five local and 35 were handed a 14-2 loss to the Medicine Hat Hounds “We had a ton of positive feedback from people who
teams from elsewhere – flock to Wheatland County, as Nov. 11 at the gold arena. They wrapped up the tour- attended the tournament,” said Haslund. “Being that it
games were played at the Strathmore Family Centre, nament with a 9-2 loss to the Redcliff Grizzlies Nov. 11 was our first time holding a tournament this size, of
Gleichen, and Standard, Nov. 10-12. at the blue arena. course there was some constructive criticism, but we
While the total number of entries doubled, there The Storm B also opened up their tourney with a made a note of what we can improve on for when we
were still only five local Strathmore Storm teams. win. They downed a Bow Valley Flames team 9-6 Nov. host the novice tournament.”
The entire format of the tournament had to be 10 at the gold arena. From there, they fell 4-2 to the Looking down the road, the SMHA will also use
changed as well. In years past, a simple round robin eventual A side champs, the Irvine Bulldogs 4-2 Nov. 11 some of the money raised last weekend to purchase
sorted teams out into playoff placement. That was not at the gold arena. Playing on the B side, they wrapped divider boards, which will be required for novice tour-
possible this year with all the entries. Instead, they up their tourney with a 7-2 loss to the Cochrane Rock- naments in two years’ time.
used a bracket format with an A, B and C side champi- ies Nov. 11 at the gold arena. The novice tournament runs Jan. 5-7, 2018, and will
onship, guaranteeing teams a minimum of three games The Storm D went to work in Standard. They dropped also feature a much larger draw, as they will host six
regardless of their outcome in the opener. their opener 7-6 to the Millwood Huskies Nov. 10. They local teams and 35 teams from elsewhere in Alberta.
“We felt it was a very competitive tourney. We had bounced back with a 13-1 thumping of the Cochrane “We had a ton of volunteers and parents help out
a lot of games end up 3-3 and went off to shootouts, Rockies that evening, also in Standard. Playing their this weekend and support our atom program,” said
which was fun to watch,” said Haslund. “We did have only game in Strathmore, the Storm were downed 13-1 Haslund. “It really made for a great weekend, and we
a couple blowouts, but not too many. So for the most in their final game against the Southwest Cougars Nov. are looking for much of the same when the novice
part, they were fun, competitive games to watch re- 11 in the blue arena. tournament takes place in the New Year.”

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Kings climb up
the standings
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Times Reporter
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The hat tricks have temporarily stopped, but the
winning hasn’t. County, will host an Open House in Carseland to
The Strathmore Wheatland Kings extended their discuss the Goldfinch Area Structure Plan.
season-long winning streak to six games follow-
ing their 3-1 disposal of the Mountainview Colts The Area Structure Plan (ASP) is being developed to
Nov. 12 at the Strathmore Family Centre.
“That was a tough win tonight. That was the address the growing industrial and commercial
fastest team we have played by far this season. corridor west of Carseland.
They caught us off guard a little bit,” said Kings
Head Coach Shadoe Stoodley.
The Kings have been blasting teams during this
winning streak, having scored 37 goals in their
previous five games entering their tilt with the
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stanza.
The Colts somehow managed to find an extra
gear to start the frame, as the play predominantly
remained in the Kings end.
The Kings were on a power play, when they
yielded a pair of breakaways and a two-on-one
rush, but second-year puck-stopper Indiana Kelly
held his ground.
“There’s no doubt about it, Indy kept us in it,”
said Stoodley. “If he allows any of those odd-man
rushes to go in, it takes the wind out of our sails
and makes it hard to come back from.”
Kelly’s most impressive save came on a Zach
Erhardt to Zane Leatherdale two-on-one rush with
just over eight minutes to play in the second. Kelly Strathmore Wheatland Kings rookie winger Garret Vander
slid over to make the initial save and the rebound Ploeg drives to the net past Mountainview Colts defenceman
save from the seat of his pants, preserving the tie Spencer Dowd Nov. 12 at the Strathmore Family Centre.
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“I still feel bad when a goal gets let in, but it’s
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“The scoring we have received this year helps me Rookie blue liner Quintin Vaugeois registered
clear my head at times and doesn’t let me dwell his first goal as a King 4:18 into the first period
on a goal that I should have stopped.” from Jaks Faris. Playing in his third game as a
With just under six minutes remaining in the King, Jake Johnston popped in his first with the
second, the top-scoring rookie’s vision put the new team from Kody Hammond and captain
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Prescott enjoys first CFR as a bullfighter
TYLER LOWEY the ring all six rounds. With only 12 bull
Times Reporter riders qualifying for the CFR, which ran
Nov. 8-12 at the Northlands Coliseum
They certainly don’t get the glory the in Edmonton, they only required two
guys they are protecting do, but the job bullfighters to be in the rodeo ring at
is just as important. And now, one local the same time. The two bullfighters
bull fighter is getting the chance to live never sustained as much as a scratch,
out a lifelong dream. so Prescott was left hanging out in
Ty Prescott has been fighting bulls for the bucking chutes, helping riders get
10 years, and he found out 10 days after ready for their round.
his 32nd birthday, that he was voted in “It was really cool to be there and
by his peers to be an alternate bullfight- feel the atmosphere of the event. It re-
er for the 44th Canadian Finals Rodeo. ally fueled my fire to work even harder
“It was a dream come true to be vot- next year. I’d much rather be standing
ed in, for sure. It’s something I’ve al- in the dirt with the bulls than up on the
ways wanted to do,” said Prescott, who chutes,” said Prescott.
was born and raised five miles west of Prescott certainly put in the hours
Strathmore. “If I get the chance to go to be considered as a top bullfighter.
in, I’ll have big shoes to fill, but it will This past season, he appeared in over
definitely be pretty cool.” 20 CPRA events, more than 25 Pro Strathmore bullfighter Ty Prescott got to experience his first Canadian Finals Rodeo last week at the
The Top 12 bull riders from the Ca- Bull Riding events and all the stops on Northlands Coliseum in Edmonton. He was voted as the third-best bullfighter in the nation and was
the Monster Energy Tours. He also ap- an alternate at the rodeo. Times File Photo
nadian Professional Rodeo Association
cast their votes in September on who peared in events across Canada, flying
to Toronto, Abbotsford, Ottawa, Saska- trying to get Smiling Bob away from It’s all part of the job, according to
they thought were the best three bull- Peterson, who was trapped underneath Prescott.
fighters in the nation. Prescott was for- toon and anywhere in Alberta.
There is a mythical toughness to bull- the beast. Prescott was in the unfortu- “It’s all I’ve ever done. I’ve been rais-
tunate to finish third, behind Brett Mo- nate position of standing right behind ing cattle since I was 10,” said Prescott.
nea and Scott Way. fighters which made it nearly impos-
sible for Prescott to see any time in the the bull, when it bucked and caught “I eat, sleep and breathe bulls.”
“The vote goes to the guys who have him with a left hoof to the right side Prescott was born into a world re-
the most dedication. Our life is in their ring last weekend. Monea and Way are
two of the toughest bullfighters around. of his face. volving around livestock. His family
hands, so we want the guys who do the Tougher than your average human, has maintained a feedlot for as long as
best work, work the best together as a It would have taken something cata-
strophic to pry them from the rodeo Prescott barely faltered. He bent over he can remember, and they continue to
team, who read the bulls the best and to pick up his dusty cowboy hat and raise bucking bulls for certain events.
can save us from the bulls,” said local ring.
Prescott is no slouch either. Just two hung in there to complete the 20 bull Like most Canadian kids, he also played
product and bull riding legend Scott riders that needed to finish their round, hockey, but would often pull chute on
Schiffner, who competed in his record weeks ago, he was bullfighting at the
PBR Canadian Finals at the SaskTel Cen- with only a black eye to remind him of tryouts or practices to head into Cal-
17th CFR, having won the event twice his latest encounter. gary to watch Cody Snyder’s Bullbustin’
before. “This year, Ty took it more seri- tre in Saskatoon, when he got kicked in
the head by a bull. “When it comes down to it, we got a events.
ous. He’s got the drive and desire to get job to do at all costs. Whatever it takes, It was only a matter of time before he
in the ring as often as possible. Zac Peterson was riding a pleasant
little creature called Smiling Bob. Pe- we got to make sure nobody gets too started riding the bulls that roamed out-
“It’s just one of them deals where he messed up,” said Prescott. “Whether it’s side his bedroom window. Last week
went to a lot of bull riding events and terson was able to hang on for the full
eight seconds, which featured six full, taking a hookin’ or grabbing the bull was first time Prescott was at the CFR
now he gets to go to the CFR. Great for by its head, we have to get the bull out as a bullfighter. He previously compet-
him.” high-speed rotations by the bull, when
he was bucked off. This time, work- of there so the rider can escape safely.” ed at the CFR and won the novice steer
Unfortunately for Prescott, all he got The black eye was the latest injury riding back in 1999.
to do was sit in the best seat in the ing with two other fighters in the ring,
Prescott and his team swarmed the bull, on a rap sheet that would make a chi- After he graduated from the steer rid-
house, while Monea and Way worked ropractor cringe. Prescott has broken ing as a youth, he moved into bull rid-
too many ribs to keep track, has been ing and experienced Wheatland Coun-
kicked multiple times and has broken ty’s version of a Wally Pipp story.
a couple of collarbones along the way. Continued on Page 22

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Schiffner soaks in final CFR at Northlands Coliseum
TYLER LOWEY petition for Schiffner these days. He was
Times Reporter seen several times down in the bucking
chutes, helping the novice riders pre-
Scott Schiffner, one of Canada’s great- pare for their ride during the week, and
est bull riders, closed the doors on his was encouraging of other bull riders
experience at the Northlands Coliseum each night, despite everyone gunning
on his own terms. for the $11,212.50 in daily winnings in
The Strathmore product was thrilled the go-round.
and honoured to make his record 17th “We are all friends out there. It’s an
appearance at the Canadian Finals Ro- honour to have them look up to me, but
deo up in Edmonton Nov. 8 to 12. The even if they are 10 or 15 years younger
44th installment of the CFR marked than me, I still look up to them. You
the final time it would be hosted at the can look at everyone as competition, or
Northlands Coliseum. you can try and take something posi-
Earlier in the week, after quickly get- tive from each rider and use it to your
ting ejected from a mean bull named advantage,” said Schiffner.
Buckington — who Schiffner thinks The week didn’t start out that great
is one of the top bulls in Canada — for Schiffner, as he was bucked off
Schiffner predicted that his final ride in near the end of his first ride on Goose
Northlands would be an emotional one. Bumps.
Schiffner didn’t disappoint, as he Like he has for his entire career,
rode Blow Me Away for his best ride of Schiffner put his hand back in the rope
the week, finishing with an 86.50 and the next day and held on for the full
winning $8,337.50 for finishing in sec- Canadian bull riding legend Scott Schiffner rode Goose Bumps during the 44th Canadian Finals Ro- eight seconds on Goose Bumps, record-
ond place on the day. deo at the Northlands Coliseum in Edmonton. ing a 86.00, placing him second and
Tyler Lowey Photo
“You know, it was one of them deals winning another $8,337.50.
being in that building after so many From there, he went on to compete in After six days of riding, Schiffner was “The CFR as a whole was great as it
years, you never want to leave after get- more CFR’s than anyone before him. In tied with another bull riding icon, Kel- always is. It was great to see the fans
ting bucked off, so I held on as long as total, Schiffner has ridden in nearly 40 ly Armstrong. So a ride-off was called come out. My performance could have
I could,” said Schiffner. “It was a sad per cent of the CFR’s at Northlands. upon, and Schiffner delivered, picking been better, I didn’t win a Canadian
day leaving that building for the last “I have thousands of memories in this up the $4,000 purse. title, but at least I won a bit of money,”
time knowing we will never be back; building. It will be a sad day when the “Kelly was one of the best bull rid- said Schiffner.
I had spent a lot of years there. But at rodeo is no longer here,” said Schiffner. ers that never won a title. To be in a The CFR closed the books on the 2017
the same time, it was a fulfilling way to “I’ll never forget showing up as a boy ride-off against a cowboy like that was season. The 2018 season already begins
leave.” in the steer riding and having 14,000 something pretty special,” said Schiff- this weekend at the Canadian Western
It was the last of a long list of mem- people cheer you on when you enter ner. Agribition rodeo in Regina. After that,
ories that dates back to his time as a the ring. It’s a feeling like no other and The magic returned 11 years later, there will be a lengthy break until the
kid, when he attended the CFR with his one I still enjoy to this day.” when Schiffner captured his second next big rodeo in the New Year. Schiff-
family. As a young man, he attended Obviously, one of his fondest mem- Canadian title. This time, for his efforts, ner is looking forward to some healthy
the CFR in the steer riding for his first ories at the CFR came back in 2001, he brought home $11,000. time off following his performance in
official national competition in 1994. when he captured his first national title. The CFR isn’t even viewed as a com- Regina.

Strathmore’s Roy revels at first trip to Canadian Finals Rodeo
TYLER LOWEY nearly one second too long from winning money.
Times Reporter Later that same night, Roy and Chappel had every-
thing working, as they finished fourth in a time of
The final Canadian Finals Rodeo was 4.6 seconds, winning $2,587.50 each, and etching
memorable for Strathmore product Ri- their name in the CFR record books.
ley Roy in more ways than one. “We’ve roped that steer in the past and we
For Roy and his team roping partner picked him heading into the CFR. It was a pret-
Brady Chappel, it was their first trip to ty easy steer, he was a little slower than the ones
the CFR as competitors. Roy grew up we’ve been roping earlier this week and we had a
watching the event as a kid with two good start on him,” said Roy. “We talked and said
uncles who competed in steer wres- that we wanted to be more aggressive going after
tling. the steers.”
The 24-year-old Roy finished 10th as The aggressiveness caught up to them on their
a header in the team roping in the Ca- final run Nov. 12, when Roy got clipped for break-
nadian Professional Rodeo Association ing the barrier and Chappel only roped one foot,
(CPRA) standings. Roy put in some se- giving them a 15-second penalty.
rious hours this season: he cashed in Roy and Chappel left their first CFR with a little
$15,915.39 in 44 rodeos. cash in their pocket and the feeling of accomplish-
“We put a lot of work to get here, ment for a year’s worth of work.
so it was pretty exciting to be in the “I was excited to get to (Northlands Coliseum)
box getting ready for my first run, look- before it closed down,” said Roy, who didn’t take
ing up and seeing the crowd,” said Roy, any souvenirs from the rodeo’s 44th and final in-
who is wrapping up his fourth year on stalment at the historic Edmonton arena.
tour. The offseason hasn’t quite set in, as Roy and
It certainly wasn’t the start the team Chappel will compete in a team roping event in Re- Strathmore product Riley Roy experienced his first Canadian Finals Rodeo last week at
was looking for, as they failed to record gina this weekend, before hanging up the ropes for the Northlands Coliseum in Edmonton. He competed in the team roping alongside his
partner Brady Chappel of Moose Jaw.
a time through the first three runs. the long winter, as they await a new roping season
Tyler Lowey Photo
Roy was taking care of business on and another shot at the road to the CFR in April.
his end. He roped the steer all three
times, but his partner, Chappel, had a
difficult time finding his rhythm.
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Times TIDBITS
Krebs captures silver at World U17 Did You Know?
In the United States and Canada, November is National Beard Month or
TYLER LOWEY Red was clipped by Team Russia 5-3. Despite the No Shave November. Australians have a similar month, Movember, where they
Times Reporter 1-0-2-0 record, Canada Red still managed to ad- grow a mustache instead of a full beard. The month is generally used for some
vance to the quarterfinals, where they would meet non-profit organizations to grow cancer awareness, especially towards
The latest superstar to come out of the Foothills Canada Black. prostate cancer, and to raise funds to support cancer prevention.
CFR Chemicals Bisons programs just picked up “When we played Russia, it turned into a pretty
his first international medal. heated battle. The fans really got into it and were
Peyton Krebs was a key contributor in Team going nuts. It was an awesome experience to have

Pass the Salt
Canada Red’s silver medal-winning team at the an entire crowd cheering you on as a member of
World U17 Hockey Challenge that ran Nov. 5-11 Team Canada,” said Krebs.
in Dawson Creek and Fort St. John, B.C. Krebs was instrumental in the 4-3 victory Nov.
“I think as a kid, it’s something I’ve dreamed 9 at the Encana Events Centre in Dawson Creek, SACRIFICE just a stone and win a huge
of all my life,” said Krebs when speaking about as he assisted on all four goals by the Red team. This week most of us had the war. When things seemed
winning his first international hockey medal. “It He wasn’t just turning heads in the stands and the privilege to remember the impossible, God had always
wasn’t the colour I wanted, but I’ll take it for now press boxes, he was turning the heads of players sacrifices that was made for come through. Remembering
and start working towards my next one.” on his own bench. our nation so we can enjoy the brings encouragement and
It wasn’t just enough to be named to the roster. “Coming in, I never thought I would like him as freedom we have. thankfulness for the people
Krebs was selected to captain the team where he a person for all the times he has slashed through It’s good to remember and who helped you through the
was one of three No. 1 Canadian Hockey League our teams. Once I got to know him, I realized how honor those that have given tough times.
draft picks. The Kootenay ICE top pick from 2016 great of a person he really was. Then on the ice, their time and life for what we As I remembered on Nov.
played alongside Alexis Lafrenière, who was tak- the way he controls the puck and makes plays is now enjoy. 11, I also remembered the
en first overall by the Rimouski Océanic of the phenomenal. It was a great decision for him to be Canada is a great country. I greatest sacrifice ever made.
Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, and Ryan chosen as our captain,” said Krebs’ Canada Red moved here as a little girl from Jesus who sacrificed and laid
Suzuki of Barrie Colts from the Ontario Hockey teammate Jackson van de Leest. Norway and am so thankful to down His life so I can have
League as the other top picks from the CHL. Canada Red met the Czech Republic in the be part of such a wonderful the freedom I have with Him
“I wasn’t involved in the naming of the captains, semis. Canada advanced to the finals following nation. today. I am so thankful for that.
but it was one of those things where he had the their 3-2 shaving of the Czech’s, where they ran Remembering how we got Greater love as no man than
expectations to be one of the best players and into a powerhouse American team. here is a good thing to do. he lay down his life for a friend.
there was a certain level of responsibility that The Americans led the tournament in goals for Sometimes when we feel alone Because of His sacrifice, I can
goes with that. I heard that he played really well. (34), allowed the second fewest (15) and carried or that it’s all up to us, we have eternal life if I believe and
He’s a skilled player and he has the work ethic the best goal differential (plus-19) in six games. remember and realize that so receive.
and motor that drives him and challenges him at In their semifinal, they blasted Canada White many others have had a hand Believing is our choice. I am
this event,” said Team Canada Head Scout Brad 9-1 before their tilt with Krebs and Canada Red. in getting us to where we are. indeed thankful for all who died
McEwen. The Americans proved to be too much to han- There was a king in the Bible and willingly went to war for
“That was pretty cool. It definitely came with a dle, as they jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the first named David. He wrote a lot our nation. That’s a lot of love
lot of responsibility, but I couldn’t have asked for period during the gold medal game Nov. 11 at the of the Psalms. When he was and commitment.
a better group to captain,” said Krebs. Encana Events Centre. discouraged, he sat down For God so loved the world that
Canada Red got off to a slow start, but heated With the final being streamed on TSN.ca, Krebs and remembered how God He gave His only begotten Son
up when it mattered most. made his presence felt in the attempted come- had been with him. When that whoever should believe
Red opened the tournament with a 4-2 loss to back. In the second period, he set up a Bowen he was a shepherd boy, God in Him, should not perish but
Team Finland Nov. 5 at the North Peace Arena in Byram point shot on the power play, for his fifth helped him kill a bear and have everlasting life. That’s the
Fort St. John. assist of the tourney. His five assists gave him the a lion to protect the sheep. ultimate love and commitment.
Canada trailed 2-1 with six minutes left on the fifth most assists of the tourney. When he was still young, God Pastor Elizabeth Karp
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Chiefs, Warriors back in action after bye week
Continued from Page 22 action. top-10. Lucas Muenchrath sits ninth Obituary
When the season resumes for the with six goals and 13 points.
Jace Koole buried his fifth on the defending provincial champions, they WALLINGTON,
power play in the first period from will take part in a rematch with the WARRIORS REGROUP Lydia
Conner Radke. White stopped 21 shots very same Hurricanes Nov. 17 at the The Wheatland Warriors (5-8-1) were Lydia Wallington of Namaka, AB
between the pipes. Strathmore Family Centre (7:30 p.m.). also off last weekend to make room passed away quietly on November
The Braves will host the Lethbridge It will be the third of four meetings be- for the Strathmore Minor Hockey Asso- 11, 2017.
Hurricanes White (6-5-1) Nov. 17 back tween the two clubs this season. The ciation atom tournament. They will re- She was born in Birmingham, England on March
at Hussar Arena. Hurricanes took the first matchup 3-1 sume SCAHL action Nov. 19, when they 31, 1934 to parents Harold and Lilian Marston. In
1955, Lydia married Alan Edward Wallington and they
Two days later, they will take on the back on Oct. 13 in Lethbridge. host the Taber Golden Suns at the Fam-
moved to Calgary in 1956 to start their new life. Even-
Airdrie Lightning White (5-3-2) at the The Chiefs (6-3-2) will also take part ily Centre (7 p.m.). The Warriors are 0-1 tually, they ended up in Namaka where she enjoyed
Genesis Place Rink. in a midweek game, when they travel against the Golden Suns (2-10-1) this the peace and quiet of the Prairies. Lydia is survived
to the Max Bell Centre #2 to battle the year, dropping a 4-3 decision back on by her husband Al, children Susan Derbyshire and
CHIEFS PREPARE CNHA Canucks (4-0) Nov. 22. It marks Oct. 22 in Strathmore. Stuart Wallington; grandsons Jeff Derbyshire and
FOR HURRICANES the second time the Chiefs will play in (5-3-2) at the Genesis Place Rink. Brad Derbyshire; and her great granddaughter Faith
The Wheatland Chiefs had the week- the Calgary division, as the puck is set Through 14 games, Jerrin Hendricks Derbyshire. A celebration of Life will be held in the
end off following their closely played to drop at 6:15 p.m. leads the Warriors with nine goals and spring of 2018. Donations may be made directly to
The Alzheimer`s Society of Calgary (201, 222 – 58
1-1 tie against the top-ranked Leth- After owning the league leaderboard 17 points and sits seventh in league
ave SW, Calgary, T2H 2S3) We would like to extend
bridge Hurricanes (11-0-2) in midget last season, only one Chief sits in the scoring. our sincere appreciation to neighbors Mike and
Margo Comstock and daughters Toni and Billie for

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there endless support over the years. Words cannot
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Obituary
NEWTON, Olga
September 9, 1931 –
November 12, 2017
The family is sad to announce the
2017 passing of Olga Newton at Sage-
wood Age Care in Strathmore after a lengthy battle
with dementia. She was predeceased by her loving
husband Bud in 1997. Olga raised all her children in

November 24 - 26th
the same house on 3rd Ave in Strathmore where she
and Bud lived all their life. The house grew as the
family grew. She took great pride in maintaining a
garden and home for all to enjoy. Fresh baking was
always on and all were welcome. She is survived by

y, N ove m ber 24th) many loving family members, daughter Debra (Terry)

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welcome welcome to attend.
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With a dedicated, highly trained, professional team Light Up the Night! Assistant Prepare and cook complete meals or individual
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available. There is no bus service available in the
Jennifer Bertsch
10th Year Principal of Alternative Program
area. If you live in Strathmore the location is in
walking distance
Golden Hills School Division # 75
Anniversary! 435 A Highway # 1 How to Apply:
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by fax 780-430-5380
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2 STOREY WITH WALKOUT

SOLD
DEVELOPED,BUILDER SAY SELL!!!
situated in a quiet cul de $350,000
SIMPLY AMAZING QUALITY AND
PERFECT INVESTMENT
HOME $349,900! · 75’x160’ downtown lot
FLOOR PLAN! AMAZING BUTLER sac. Total of 5 bedrooms. · Zoned R3
PANTRY, MASTER BEDROOM, Fully finshed. No neighbors 3 bedrooms 3.5 baths Basement is · Roadway on 3 sides
ENSUITE AND SO MUCH TO bright with private entrance and
OFFER!! FAST POSSESSION
behind. Call Today for all plumbing and electrical · Perfect for multi-family
MLS C4135805 AVAILABLE! the details!! MLS C4135599 for in-law-suite! development

CALL LA SHAUN QUALITY ALL AROUND 7.37 CALL ROBERT AWESOME SEMI CALL SHEILA COME BUILD YOUR CALL SHAUNA COUNTRY LIVING IN TOWN

SOLD
ACRES TOTALLY REMODELED - $129,900
REDUCED FARM HOME $583,500! DETACHED 2 STOREY DREAM HOME $110,000
· 1918 house on 1/3 acre
NOTHING LIKE THIS HOME, • hardwood flooring on this beautiful piece of Land!!
3.50 acres located in Gleichen
ORIGINAL HOMESTEAD • huge deck with pergola
RENOVATED, LARGE HEATED • 3 bedrooms approximately 10 minutes from · 2+2 bdrms, 1 full bath
QUONSET, AND DOUBLE DETACH • large island with granite top Strathmore. Water and septic · Beautifully treed lot
MLS C4137750 HEATED GARAGE!! • $319,900 MLS C4121913 approved by county. · Needs some TLC

CALL LA SHAUN BUNGALOW WITH WALKOUT CALL RON A REAL BARGAIN CALL SHEILA $275,900 CALL SHAUNA IMMACULATE CONDO -
FULLY DEVELOPED $378,900! bungalow with a rental 50+ Adult Living Villa. Tucked away in a $174,900
BACKS TO GREENSPACE suite. Invest and quiet culdesac and backing onto a canal Beautifully maintained condo!
OVERLOOKING GOLF COURSE. earn money. this is a wonderful place to live! 2 bdr, · 2 bdrms, 1 full bath
THIS HOME HAS 3 BEDROOMS 2.5 large living room, kitchen and eating · Basement level is framed for
$47,900 area leads out onto the patio, main floor
BATHS OPEN CONCEPT WITH IN laundry, storage room, single attached
development
FLOOR HEAT UNDERGROUND Call Ron Kaechele · Perfect starter home or
garage. Enjoy a garden?
MLS C4130747 SPRINKLERS THE LIST GOES ON! 403-934-1097 MLS 4143192 There is room for one here! investment property

CALL LA SHAUN BRAND NEW BUILD! CALL RON GORGEOUS HOME CALL SHEILA 4.60+ ACRES $110,000 CALL SHAUNA HOME WITH SUITE IN

C/S
BUILDER IS MOTIVATED Stately home on huge lot. of land just waiting for you to GLEICHEN - $165,000
$398,900! Nearly 1900 sq feet. build on! Plenty of room for your · Immaculate 1352 sq.ft. home
AMAZING QUALITY WITH BEAUTIFUL 4 bedrooms, 3 baths. home and a shop. Water and · 3+2 bdrms, 3 full baths
STATEMENT FOYER/STAIRWAY TO Brand new carpet throughout. · Lower level suite with
BRIGHT A SPACIOUS FLOOR PLAN!
septic approved by county.
A DREAM HOME. $385,000 The adjacent 3.50 acres are also separate entrance
3 BEDROOMS, 2.5 BATHS, BASEMENT
MLS C4132422 IS DRYWALLED!MUCH TO OFFER!! Call Ron Kaechele 403-934-1097 MLS C4121900 available for purchase. · Lots of upgrades!

CALL LA SHAUN QUICK POSSESSION PERFECT CALL RON EXCEEDING EXPECTATIONS CALL SHEILA $447,900 CALL SHAUNA CUTE, QUAINT &
RENTAL PROPERTY $219,900! Spacious, modern, clean and Beautiful Former Showhome by Aquilla. RENOVATED -
vacant, 3 bdrms, 2 1/2 baths,
UP YOU HAVE 2 BEDROOMS, FULL
BATH KITCHEN. DOWN YOU HAVE attached garage. Trees, walk-out,
In mint condition! 3 bdr, 2 1/2 bath, $179,900
Huge kitchen with stainless steel
1 BEDROOM FULL BATH AND deck, upgrades. Much more!! · Located in Rockyford
appliances, island, quartz counters,
KITCHEN! SHARED LAUNDRY, $260,000 spa like ensuite, infloor heat in garage, · 2+2 bdrms, 2 full baths
SEPARATE ENTRANCE TO BOTH! · Fully finished
DOUBLE DETACHED HEATED Call Ron Kaechele main floor laundry and the list goes
MLS C4128650 GARAGE 403-934-1097 MLS C4142844 on!! Book your viewing today!! · Detached garage

CALL LA SHAUN HOME, DOUBLE DETACHED CALL RON FOR SALE CALL SHEILA 10 ACRES NORTH OF CALL SHAUNA CLASSIC BUNGALOW IN
GARAGE PLUS SHOP ON LAND & BUSINESS GREEN MEADOWS -
BEAUTIFUL LARGE YARD STRATHMORE $294,000
Gas, convenience, tire shop, $341,900
$179,900! Just north of Strathmore
propane. U-haul depot. Huge minutes to town! · 2+2 bdrms, 3 full baths
POTENTIAL 3 BEDROOMS, 2 FULL
BATHS, OPEN CONCEPT WITH potential. Includes many 10 acres backing to Canal perfect for · Flex Room on main floor
OVER SIZE HEATED GARAGE ON accessories. $345,000 that dream home! Located just north · Fully finished
BEAUTIFUL MATURE LOT! Call Ron Kaechele 403-934-1097 of RR 250 and Twp 250!
MLS C4128992 MLS C4084216 · Solarium off of kitchen

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