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Volume 135 Issue 36 Friday, November 24, 2017 www.minnedosatribune.com 90 cents plus tax

INSIDE Foundation Grants Over
this week
$88,000 Back To Community
Meet The
New CAO
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Drama Club
Performance
Photo by Hillary Miller

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By HILLARY MILLER one group this year, to main dining hall. The Dia- Cooperative was granted stays affordable for every-
be put toward the new betes Camp Program was $5,000 for an expansion of one.

O n Thursday, Novem-
ber 16th, the annual
Minnedosa Foundation
grade three to eight play
structure. The Beach En-
hancement Committee
given $1,000 and the MCI
United Nations Assembly
and Encounters with CDA
their building space, and
the Minnedosa and Dis-
trict Farmers Market was
The Minnedosa Horti-
cultural Society was given
$500 to assist with their ex-
lunch was held at 11:30 was given $10,000, which was presented with $1,150, given $1,250 in order to penses for the Fall Flower
at the Minnedosa Curling represents part of the local which will send four stu- buy new canopies for its Show, and the Minnedosa
Club. Foundation’s total com- dents (two teams) to the ever-growing number of Men’s Shed was presented
Once lunch was fin- mitment of $50,000 toward UN Assembly. vendors. with $3,000, which will al-
Clinic ished, Foundation Chair-
man, Bruce McNabb, be-
the project.
The Alzheimer Society
The Minnedosa Agri-
cultural Society was given
The Minnedosa Dis-
trict Museum and Heritage
low them to learn to work
with stained glass. This will
Update gan to call up each of the of Manitoba – Westman a $5,000 grant to be used to Village was granted $1,000 in turn benefit Minnedosa,

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many recipients to present Region was given $2,580 upgrade their kitchen, and in order to establish a gen- since they do so much
them with their cheques. for a dance program for the Minnedosa and Area eral store at the village, and work around town.
The TCS Playground seniors with dementia Food Bank Inc. was given Minnedosa Fun Fest was
Committee was given and Camp Wannakumbac $1,500 with which to pur- given $2,000 to assist with Continued on
$20,000, which is the larg- was given $5,000 to re- chase food. The Minnedo- their expenses, which will Page 7
est amount given to any place the windows in the sa Community Childcare ensure that the weekend

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