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Business wants retail
voices heard in core’s
future development
MIRIAM OSTERMANN
Times Associated Editor

One of Strathmore’s oldest businesses is chal-


Youth involvement lenging local politicians and town staff to make
bolder efforts in consulting downtown retailers
regarding changes to Strathmore’s core, specifi-
cally amendments to parking limitations.
Page 17 Strathmore’s Florist owners Brian and Linda
Code are still trying to recover from financial
woes suffered because of last year’s downtown
revitalization on Second Avenue – and they’re not
the only ones.
With council’s suggestion of possibly chang-
ing downtown’s two-hour parking to three-hour
parking, Brian Code addressed council on Feb. 7
to make sure his concerns were heard, retailers
were included in decision making and to secure
Chiefs win his business’s future.
“I respect council’s right to make decisions for
the Town of Strathmore, but I don’t feel this re-
spect is given back to the downtown retailers,”
said Code. “It is clear that our thoughts are not
wanted. There has been no formal process of
any kind to involve all stakeholders in a decision
that dramatically affects us all. This has also been
demonstrated clearly in the lack of the critical re-
view of the revitalization project.”
A downtown seminar involving downtown busi-
587-316-2000 ness owners in 2017 revealed that the two-hour
parking continues to be a concern for business
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owners and affects their customers negatively.
Councillor Bob Sobol had previously brought the
issue before council on June 21, 2017 requesting
the restriction be extended to four hours. The mo-
Offering IV Sedation tion was denied. He brought the subject back to
Dr. Ashkan Hamzehi DDS
council earlier this year when he asked council to
Dr. Sharif Faizi DDS consider extending it to three hours on Jan. 10. No
Dr. Arzy Kafrouny DDS decision had been made on extending the hours.
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Councillor Sobol also shed light on an unoffi-
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from employees or business owners – in favour
of extended hours. Strathmore’s Florist was not
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Town of Strathmore However, Code argued that the downtown busi-
Municipal Notices nesses rely on access to parking to provide con-
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Town hears
stakeholders
Continued from Page 1

With parking available at Kinsmen
Lake, the former Co-op parking lot, the
Alliance Church parking lot and side
streets – that can be used for employee

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parking – he stated extending parking

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hours to three will reduce accessibility
for all customers.
“When you talk about a downtown vi-

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survive by assuring maximum customer

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accessibility,” said Code. “If access is lim-
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where else and may continue to do so.
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Councillor Denise Peterson also pro-
vided some feedback from other com-
munity members, including some stating
that the minds of the planning commit-
tee and the town were already made up,

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Councillor Jason Montgomery also
agreed with Code’s comments.
“I hate to be a flip-flopper,” he said.
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will of the people. We need to drive traf-
fic to the downtown. If you look at the
number of employees who work in the
downtown and park their vehicles down
there, what percentage of the parking
spaces are being eaten up by the people
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tant thing to consider.”
Council also discussed the possibili-
ty of passes to be handed out by spe-
cific businesses for those customers

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who require more than two hours for
an appointment. While town staff also
addressed the issue of consulting with
downtown businesses – an open house
that took place on Feb. 13 to discuss the

ALL MODELS MUST GO! *4 revitalization on Third Avenue, doing


physical interviews with business own-
ers, and providing a survey in hard copy
or online – Code felt the town needed to
be more aggressive.
“I’ve been told I should leave it to tal-
ented young town staff and simply be
a cheerleader, but I have an incredibly

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vested interest and I do have the right
to express my opinions,” he said. “The

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all stakeholders by making sure we’re all
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We need a spirit of corporation rather
than imposition from the town.“
Code proposed town staff take the pe-
tition to every business on Second Ave-
nue and Third Avenue. Council assured
Code that his concerns were heard at the
regular council meeting, that the open
house was only the first of several to
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Showtime:
Youth Club 7:30pm
Closed
honours mayor Mondays
New Strathmore Youth
Club president Denise
Geremia (l-r), mayor February 16-22, 2018
Pat Fule, and Shannon
Zieman posed with an The Greatest
appreciation
presented to
award
the Author visit Showman
mayor at council on Artist and author Carol E. Cowan visited the Strathmore Mu- Hugh Jackman,
Jan. 24. The mayor is nicipal Library on Feb. 10 to meet with the public, give a small Michelle Williams,
retiring from the Youth Zac Efron,
talk, and sign books. Her paintings are also hung in the library’s
Rebecca Ferguson,
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HEALTH ADVICE
MIRIAM OSTERMANN
Times Associate Editor

Strathmore youth want the public to
Gord Morck
know they’re being misrepresented and Pharmacist
are changing the narrative by support-
ing each other and getting involved in Capsule Comments
the community on behalf of the town’s Metabolic syndrome is a cluster of symptoms that
younger generation. can increase the risk of type 2 diabetes and heart
disease. These symptoms include high blood pressure,
Roughly 10 individuals are currently obesity, high blood sugar and increased levels of blood
serving on the recently established Teen cholesterol. It’s now believed that metabolic syndrome
Advisory Council that came to fruition may contribute to a non-cancerous enlarged prostate,
called benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), a condition
in November 2017. Its original purpose whose symptoms include frequent urination and pain
was to receive input from teenagers on on urination. Concerned? Get checked by your
designing the youth-designated area at The Teen Advisory Council was formed in November 2017 and youth are already taking their roles by physician soon.
storm. Their ideas include Study Buddies, Throwback Flicks and they visited the seniors at the Wheat- Statins is a class of drugs used to combat high blood
the newly renovated Strathmore Munic- land Lodge on Feb. 10 to hand out handmade Valentine’s Day cards made by patrons. cholesterol. These drugs have a proven track record
ipal Library space.
Miriam Ostermann Photo and are used to prevent heart attacks in those with
While the area – located at the north- heart disease and even those without a heart disease
west side of Lambert Centre – is still on their ideas to meet budget and staff- Throwback Flicks will take place on diagnosis. Side effects of these drugs are rare. If you
being decorated by the council, mem- ing demands, but have already started Feb. 23 and is open for anyone to at- are on one of these drugs, (the name usually ends in
“statin”, it is best to keep taking it for best long-term
bers have had no shortage of ideas for up Study Buddies every Wednesday for tend. It’s a free program with popcorn results.
projects and events to trigger youth in- an hour, and are kicking off Throwback and drinks provided. Vertical ridges on your fingernails is a common sign
volvement and benefit the community. Flicks on Feb. 23 – a monthly program of aging and are quite common. Vertical ridges and
small dents in the nails can sometimes be a sign of
“When we first started, the purpose that features movies a few decades old.
was a little bit more focused on getting The council is also planning a Harry Strathmore anemia. Your doctor can confirm this with a simple
lab test., If the ridge lines are horizontal, it could be
the teen space ready… from there we
were hoping it would evolve into more
Potter day on July 31, the birthday of
the famous boy fictional character. Denture Clinic a sign of an underlying medical problem like acute
kidney disease, diabetes or thyroid disease. Again,
your doctor can investigate this.
of a group where we can do activities “I thought, I spend a lot of time here, Terry Grant Denturist One of the most devastating events in a senior’s
together and plan activities for the li- I might as well help out and put my life is to lose the ability to drive. Seniors take more
brary, to be involved in whatever way mark on it,” said Jones. “It’s very fun to 403.934.3877 prescription drugs that younger people and these can
reduce the ability to drive safely. Drugs like sleeping
they wanted to be involved and what- design the whole area, work together aids, muscle relaxants, morphine and codeine-
ever they saw a need for in the commu- and design the theme. I like giving back • Complete / Partial Dentures
containing products can have side effects that could
nity,” said Karla Mallach, coordinator to the community and all the ideas that affect your concentration and reaction time. And of
• Same Day Relines & Repair course, adding alcohol to that mix makes things worse.
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Associations - this is your chance


Associations
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to let the people of
- this is your chance to let the people of
Strathmore and surrounding districts know what you have
Strathmore and surrounding districts know what you have
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people of Sponsored by the Town of Strathmore
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to offer. COUNCIL MEETING HIGHLIGHTS - FEBRUARY 7TH, 2018
C• Alasses - learn Second
concerned something new and
Avenue have some
business ownerfun! • The Town of Strathmore will be holding a
Committee Parents/
spoke A with Council
dults – see regarding
what clubsDowntown
and sports Parking public open house Feb 13th, 2018, 5-7pm to help
2hrs vs 3hrs. generate collaborative feedback from all down
of the Whole associations that are available.
• The downtown parking hours will be discussed town business owners regarding Third Avenue
Meeting will be at the forms
Registration Committee
available atofstrathmore.ca
the Whole Meeting on Streetscape Improvements. Staff will also
February 14, 2018. generate a report which will reflect the feedback
March 14, 2018 Register and volunteer all at the same time.
• The Second Avenue business owner also and how it has been utilized in the project.
at 7:00 pm discussed the need for more collaboration with
Come out, sign up and support your • Council appointed Mr. David Seymour to the
the Town on matters affecting the Downtown Strathmore Library Board for a one-year term
includinglocal associations
parking and clubs
and revitalization. ending October 31, 2018.
• Council spoke with the Assistant Director of
Planning, regarding
Sponsored by the increasing communications
Town of Strathmore For more information our council meetings are
initiatives for the upcoming Third Avenue recorded and available to for viewing on The Town
Streetscape Improvements project (open of Strathmore website.
houses, one on one communications and https://strathmore.ca/townhall/councilmeetings
consultations, etc.)

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A dedicated action plan service capacity, road planning, municipal develop-


ment plans and crime prevention.
Others were unsure about details of the ask, and
suggested another meeting with the RCMP and
SHARON MCLEAY The complete plan is on the Wheatland County their rural municipal partners.
Times Contributor website under the Feb. 7 agenda package. “The partnership is important to me and council
The report provides a global view of the county’s moving forward,” said Reeve Glenn Koester.
Strategic planning is considered essential for today’s success- plans for 2018. CAO Alan Parkin said the document There was doubt about how many watch clerk
ful businesses. is fluid and as work on one area is completed, the positions were necessary. The Town of Strathmore
“In local government, not only does it entail aligning orga- plan shifts to insert the next priorities and actions. is currently financing two positions and indicated
nizational aims with actions, tactics with responsibilities and He said he will be giving council monthly updates if support is not given it risks jeopardizing RCMP
resources to timelines, cuts ensuring both council and staff are on progress made in the action plan and feels this service coverage in rural areas.
on the same page,” stated Dr. Gordon MacIntosh, facilitator of plan will enhance clarity and direction for staff in Funding was also a topic as to whether it should
Wheatland County’s strategic plan. the coming year. be an outright pay or a pay per capita basis.
Wheatland County councillors worked on the strategic plan “We know where the policing injustices lie,” said
in December 2017 and put it in motion Feb. 7, with the ini- Code of conduct for Wheatland council Councillor Tom Ikert. “We have the problem that
tial top five strategic targets listed as economic development, In 2017, there were a few questions about past there are whole lot of policing assets that we have
council conduct leading to a review and initiation no control over.”
of a Code of Conduct for the council. The complete Councillor Ben Armstrong raised caution, saying
document is attached to the Feb. 7, agenda on the any decision to finance clerks in the Strathmore
Strathmore Legion Branch #10 NEWS website. It covers many issues like equitable deal-
ings with the public and staff, expenditures, confi-
detachment may mean other detachments will be
looking for help in the future as well.
By Irene Knappe, Secretary / PR / Poppy Chair dential information and social media, conflicts of Administration was requested to set up further
• The LA General meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 20th, at 7:30 pm. interest, bias and presenting personal opinions meetings and the matter will be brought to the re-
• The Legion General Meeting is on Tuesday, February 27th, at 7 pm. gional partnership meeting.
• Bingo is ongoing every Wednesday night and open to everyone. If anyone is looking for Strathmore and District Chamber of Commerce
something to do, our Legion is a steady destiny. We offer crib as well, and don’t forget darts!
For those who are billiard inclined, we have two tables! Please contact the Legion for times. reach out Dialysis unit a no go, but push continues
• Economics being the way they still are in our province, it is understandable why so many The president of the Strathmore and District Reeve Glenn Koester acknowledged the response
people are struggling one way or another. Businesses come and go, as we all are witnessing Chamber of Commerce approached Wheatland from the Alberta health minister on getting a dialy-
in our town. The Legion has found it necessary to raise its drink prices, much against our will,
to keep up with the expense of operations. It’s not easy, nowadays, to keep things running
County Council on Feb. 7 about growing their cur- sis unit in Strathmore. He said when the Strathmore
smoothly, while at the same time keeping everyone happy. As with any family, and we definitely rent membership by reaching out to businesses in Hospital renovations had been discussed, he men-
are pretty much a family, don’t kid yourselves, tempers flare and run short with one another. the county. tioned to the minister the need for a unit here.
Things are said, rumoured to be said and the innuendos fly. The very worst thing a person can “We want to work with Councillor Tom Ikert to “Even when they were still planning, it was indi-
do is pass on unsubstantiated accusations that can only do damage all around. You know, there
are actually five agreements to live by, and I will put them here. All I ask is that some thought be facilitate memberships with small businesses in the cated there was room for another x-ray machine,
given to ALL of them. The first one is; Be impeccable with your word: Speak with integrity, County of Wheatland. Ikert represents the county but no space for a dialysis unit.”
say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against yourself or to gossip about on the chamber board. We are Strathmore and Dis- Council was hoping a private clinic may be found
others. Use the power of your word in the direction of truth and love. The second is; Don’t
take anything personally: Nothing that others do is because of you. What others say and do
trict Chamber of Commerce after all, and sometimes to host the service and they were sending a letter
is a projection of their own reality, their own dream. When you are immune to the opinions and the district is left by the wayside,” Chamber presi- to the health minister to find ways to assist dialysis
actions of others, you won’t be the victim of needless suffering. Third; Don’t make assump- dent Terri Kinsman. patients in the Strathmore area. The Siksika Health
tions: Find the courage to ask questions and to express what you really want. Communicate The Chamber currently has 100 active members. Unit will be setting up a unit for its residents; how-
with others as clearly as you can to avoid misunderstandings, sadness, and drama. With just
this one agreement, you can completely transform your life. Fourth; Always do your best: Your She outlined some of the events coming up such ever, there was no mention of a collaborative effort
best is going to change from moment to moment. It will be different when you are healthy as as the annual general meeting, which will show- with Wheatland County or the Town of Strathmore.
opposed to sick. Under any circumstance, simply do your best and you will avoid self-judgment, case local restaurant samplers and a beer tasting,
self-abuse, and regret. And finally; Be skeptical, but learn to listen. Don’t believe yourself or the speakers series starting in April, revisiting hu- Empty schools in hiatus
anyone else. Use the power of doubt to question everything you hear: is it really the truth? Listen
to the intent behind words, and you will understand the real message. man resources in a box workshops and holding a Schools that were closed down due to the reallo-
HAVE A WONDERFUL AND WARM WEEKEND!!! fall casino. cation of students to Wheatland Crossing School are
AND MAY WE NEVER, EVER FORGET OUR VETERANS, still available for purchase, and Golden Hills School
OLD AND NEW GENERATIONS, TO WHOM WE OWE IT ALL. Marigold loan still pending Division (GHSD) is waiting for a decision whether
For further information, please call the Legion at 403.934.5119 A direct pitch on Feb. 7 from Michelle Toombs, Wheatland County is interested in purchasing them.
CEO of Marigold Library System, to Wheatland Wheatland County administration collected infor-

GET YOUR
County council did not receive a definite decision. mation on the status of the schools and determined
The presentation was taken as information. more decisions needed to be considered.
“Marigold is not asking Wheatland County for “There are a number of upgrades necessary if
CLASSIFIED money, we are asking for a loan. We are requesting
that Wheatland County use its borrowing leverage
they continued as schools; that wouldn’t be appli-
cable if they were operated as community facilities,”

ADS IN THE for a loan of up to $2 million with a formal repay-


ment plan,” said Toombs.
Marigold is hoping for a credit line with a low
said Wheatland County CAO Alan Parkin.
The cost of utilities to keep the buildings open
averages about $30,000 per year. GHSD determined
TIMES! interest rate that will still give Wheatland County
some earnings on the interest, taken over a 20 to
about $2 million to $3 million is needed to upgrade
the buildings for school use.
25-year span, with the option to make lump sum Councillor Ben Armstrong requested information
Call payments.
The feasibility study gave cost projections to the
on what the costs would be for demolition, if the
county took on the building and later needed de-
403-934-5589 library and the project has already received funding
from Alberta Municipal Affairs. Marigold wants the
molition due to costs in the future.
“We have to be really careful our hearts don’t get
county loan to buffer any extra costs and considers involved in this,” stated Councillor Tom Ikert. “It’s a
it will make lump sum payments after the current big thing to maintain the whole building.”
building is sold. There have been some ideas for use of the build-
A building lot has been located south of the No ings, such as community centres, recreation centres,
Frills grocery store. The site allows the library to tap adult course sites, fire training facilities, small busi-
into the Supernet connection, which is necessary ness offices and artist studio space.
for so many of its services to the public. Councillor Armstrong said if the facility is devel-
There is a partnership with Western Irrigation oped, it may vacate spaces currently occupied.
District which will move its head offices into half There will be public meetings held to determine
of the building structure, cutting costs for both or- the thoughts of the community for these facilities.
ganizations. Administration will request a tour of the facilities
Toombs said they approached the Town of Strath- for Wheatland County council, so they can see first-
more, but the terms offered were not as flexible as hand the condition of the schools. Parkin said the
they would have liked. renovations depend on the use for the buildings.
“We are really keen to stay in Strathmore as we Councillors asked if the buildings are currently
have established ourselves here. We are looking for- maintained, and about community interest for
ward to doing things for and with Wheatland Coun- adapting the buildings.
ty,” said Toombs. Currently administration was not aware of any in-
terested parties.
Watch clerk debate continues Council also asked administration to the cost ef-
Clarity was the term used by several Wheatland fectiveness of recycling parts of the building. There
County councillors as they discussed ongoing nego- were also questions about the playground struc-
tiations for RCMP support. tures on those sites.
Councillor Amber Link strongly advocated for fi-
nancing two additional clerks. Questioning Christmas hamper surplus
“When we look at our strategic plan, we high- Wheatland County council requested that the
lighted rural crime,” Link said supporting her sug- Strathmore and District Christmas Hamper Society
gestion. and Wheatland Family and Community Support
She said residents are seeing implications of cov- Services present to council the purpose and use
erage shortages in their areas. of an approximate $70,000 surplus to their annual
“There is a lot of info we aren’t clear on here,” budget. Administration was requested to set up a
said Deputy Reeve Scott Klassen. presentation to council.
February 16, 2018 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 7

Rosebud’s wastewater treatment plant to celebrate pilot launch


LAUREEN F. GUENTHER water systems, the statement said. ment and Parks) wanted to have this pilot actually on-site,
Times Contributor “Symbiotic’s a great example that taking care of properly configured to demonstrate its robustness.”
the environment is also good for business,” said “So, by the end of June, we will have all of the data that’s
Excitement is growing as Rosebud is gearing up Huculak. “And algae is one of these operations necessary to prove its efficacy. We will then actually make
for its first look at the long-awaited wastewater where it’s a form of carbon sequestration.” a formal application for approval for a full-sized wastewater
treatment plant during its official pilot launch in But she emphasizes that Symbiotic didn’t do it treatment system to be implemented.”
two weeks time. alone. And Rosebud’s wastewater treatment is only the beginning.
The innovative wastewater treatment system, “The pilot and the grand opening will show that “At least two or three other communities in Alberta are wait-
which has now been in operation for a few weeks, you need good partnerships to make innovation ing patiently to see the results (of this pilot),” Huculak said.
uses algae to remove contaminants from liquid happen,” she said. “We’ve had some great partners.” The public is invited to an official pilot launch of Rosebud’s
waste, producing clean water and a valuable, mar- Bow Ridge Fabrication, BRT Consulting and JMP wastewater treatment plant on March 5. Tours of the facility
ketable biomass. Engineering were some key partners. will be conducted from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., with a formal pre-
“(Facility tours) will give people the opportunity The Industrial Research Adaptation Program sentation in Rosebud’s Haskayne-Kenney Mercantile at 1:30
to actually see how the process works, by actually (IRAP), under the National Research Council, pro- p.m.
going in and having a look at what the cultivation vided research and development funding. Federal To RSVP for a free ticket to the March 5 launch, go to event-
system looks like, and how the effluent water gets funding was also allocated by Federation of Ca- brite.com and search Symbiotic. To book a tour on another
drawn in and how the discharge water, clear water, nadian Municipalities through the Green Munici- date, email symbiotic@symenv.com.
goes out, and what the biomass looks like,” said pal Fund. The Alberta government, particularly
Elizabeth Huculak, vice president of products and through Alberta Agriculture and Forestry, also pro-
operations at Symbiotic Envirotek, the company vided valuable support.
that developed the algae-based technology. Partnerships closer to home, in Wheatland Coun-
Turning waste into asset, the system produces ty and Rosebud itself, have also been essential,
both economic and environmental benefits. Huculak said.
“This algae is growing on the waste that we’re “I just never cease to be amazed at the resiliency
creating in our communities, and creating product and creativity of Rosebud,” she said. “These peo-
from the carbon dioxide that’s not good for our ple are very committed to their community and
environment,” Huculak said. “So it’s kind of a win it makes it great for a company like Symbiotic to
on a number of fronts.” have partners like that. The success is really about
The resulting biomass, harvestable every four the partnership.”
days, “will be sold for use in a large variety of Huculak is confident the project will extend be-
valuable bio-products, such as lubricants, drilling yond the pilot phase.
fluids, hydraulic fluid, plastics, jet fuels and other “At the conclusion of the six-month pilot, we
specialty chemicals, offsetting operating costs and expect to be able to have this as an approvable
reducing infrastructure costs for the municipality,” system for all communities,” she said. “So it’s a sig-
said a prepared statement from Symbiotic. nificant undertaking. It’s not much of a risk for us
This mode of processing also reduces the en- because we have actually run the wastewater treat-
vironmental damage caused by the nitrogen and ment system (off-site), using the Rosebud waste-
phosphorus discharge of more traditional waste- water in 2015 and 2016. But AEP (Alberta Environ-

Badlands Motorsports race track


objections continue
SHARON MCLEAY where valued natural features are of interest to
Times Contributor more than one municipality, and where the pos-
sible effect of development transcends municipal
The original objections to Badlands Motorsports boundaries.
Resort developing a high-end condo/race track The lobby group contends Kneehill County has
in the Rosebud River Valley began a decade ago. not engaged in that coordination. Under the Al-
However, residents are passionate and persistent, berta Wetland Policy, developments must avoid or
still fighting to ensure the environment and sensi- mitigate wetland areas. Residents indicate Knee-
tive species are protected. hill and the developers contravene this policy and
“We feel that the Alberta government has the they have petitioned Alberta Environment and
tools in the Alberta Wetland Policy and the South Parks to deny the development for those reasons.
Saskatchewan Regional Plan (SSRP) to effectively A biodiversity study, conducted by Cliff Wal-
regulate against this development,” said Wendy lis, indicates significant species are impacted and
Clark, spokesperson for the Save the Rosebud damage will occur due to the Badlands Motors-
group. “Decisions have not been made using the port development. Wallace has studied the area
collaborative and integrated approach to achieve since the 1960s.
the outcomes of the SSRP/AWP.” “In my opinion, the proposed Area Structure
Clark said 83 per cent of residents surround- Plan (Badlands Motorsports Resort 2013) is not
ing the Badlands Motorsports Resort development consistent with the Kneehill County Municipal
live in Wheatland County and the development Development Plan (Kneehill County 2013), spe-
is bordered on three sides by Wheatland County. cifically as it relates to guidance and policies deal-
However, excluding herculean efforts, Wheatland ing with Environmentally Significant Areas and
County residents don’t have a say in Kneehill valleys. In addition, the Badlands Motorsports Re-
County decisions. The result is conflict between sort Area Structure Plan is not consistent with the
a cash-poor municipality contravening the wishes Government of Alberta Land Use Policies (1996),
of generational environmentally conscious neigh- as they relate to environmental protection, since
bours. the Area Structure Plan promotes the loss of sig-
Should the development go forward, it will be nificant wildlife and plant habitat and establishes
an added tax base for Kneehill County. They have inappropriate land use,” stated Wallis in his study.
granted development permits to the company. Residents agree. They say noise, development
The resident action group noted that Alberta and activities offsite will affect rare species in the
land use policies have stated municipalities are area.
encouraged to expand inter-municipal planning Continued on Page 9

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February 16, 2018 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 9

Sunset Haven battles IS RURAL CRIME AN ISSUE


bed bugs IN YOUR AREA?
MIRIAM OSTERMANN it. Everyone is the same as I am. We’re Join Member of Parliament Martin Shields
Associate Editor not happy, but what can you do? We
can’t screen people when they’re com-
For an open round table discussion about RURAL CRIME,

Growing up, Penny Girouard and ing in. including topics?
her four siblings joked that a bug “It’s nothing to be ashamed of. Bugs • Crime Prevention • Crime Investigation
would never have been spotted in the are bugs, but I think people should • Prosecution • Punishment
spick and span household their moth- know about it. We had to strip our
er provided. beds and I understand that, but again DATES:
Despite her shipshape upbringing I put my bedding in the dryer on hot Tuesday, February 20 • 7:00 - 8:30 pm • Keoma Community Hall
and well-kept grooming, the 79-year- and tonight I have to put a blanket on
there and sleep on that. I can’t put it
Friday, February 23 • 3:00 - 4:30 pm • Taber Legion Hall
old is amongst 31 senior residents
from Sunset Haven, Wheatland Hous- back down because they want it off.” For more information, please contact:
ing’s independent living facility, scram- According to Girouard, one of the Strathmore Office: 403-361-2980 martin.shields.c1b@parl.gc.ca or
bling to pack up belongings, battling residents’ belongings had been seen Brooks Office: 403-793-6775 martin.shields.c1@parl.gc.ca
to access one of two dryer machines stored outside about a month ago – EVERYONE IS WELCOME!
and avoiding bed bugs that have the items including furniture, a bed frame
residents in an uproar. and a mattress. Shortly after, one other
resident living directly above the unit
Martin Shields
“It’s just chaos here, I’m not kidding,”
said Girouard. “Everybody is running was said to have noticed bed bugs in Member of Parliament
around like a chicken with its head cut her suite, so she moved in with her Strathmore Office:
off. I’m 79 years old and I can’t believe daughter and had the unit sprayed 129, 2nd Ave, Box 2070, Strathmore, AB T1P 1K1 Constituency office
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been for my two daughters, I don’t over floors, walls and even ceilings.
know what I’d do.” Over a lifetime, the female bug can lay
Girouard said residents were told to
pack their belongings in containers,
dry the items at high heat in the dryer,
hundreds of eggs. They hide in mat-
tresses, box springs, headboards and
bed frames.
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range for other accommodations when nience the folks who are living there
a bed bug extermination company is until they can get that remedied, but
available to spray down the units. that’s generally how it works,” said
Girouard has two daughters living in Bruce Conway, senior media relations
Strathmore who have provided addi- advisor for Alberta Health Services.
tional support. Both women are foster “Bed bugs are not a reportable illness
parents with a full household. While as other maladies might be, it’s some-
the 79-year-old has that safety net, what different that way. It sounds to
she – along with most other residents me like they’re already on their way
Ryanco Automotive has been a family owned WINDSHIELD REPLACEMENT
– decided to stay in her unit for now. the way it has to happen. They certain-
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However, she worries about those with ly have to get that taken care of right
licensed automotive mechanics including a
mobility and health issues who are left away, but it’s not a reportable illness.”
without the help of family. Management at Sunset Haven was
former ten year SAIT automotive instructor
specializing in diagnostics and troubleshooting.
We have a variety of
unavailable for comment.
“They said we had a choice; we could
stay with somebody or stay here. Well For now, residents continue to pack We offer all make repairs, from cars to heavy
Vehicles for sale with
naturally everybody wanted to stay in
their house,” she said. “I’m pretty pa-
their items in bags and bins and wait
for further instruction when an exter-
duty diesel trucks. We also service and repair Full Mechanical and
trailers and motorhomes.
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Continued from Page 7 She said taxpayers, to protect and
Napa Autopro has over 650 warranty-approved Service in the Town
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“The concerns are what the impacts
develop a future quality of life for Al-
bertans, designate their trust in offi-
of Strathmore!
Some of the services we offer at Ryanco
this development will have on an envi- cials to administer government policies (For repairing vehicle only)
Autopro include:
ronmentally sensitive area,” said Fiona and they have a responsibility to use Out of Province Inspections
Lauridsen, an area resident and spokes- tax dollars reflecting the electorate’s Commercial Vehicle Inspections We sell all
g
Offerin on
person for Save the Rosebud. “We do wishes. She felt allowing Badlands Mo- Insurance Inspections
Types of TIRES!
rizati
not live in isolation, so our decisions torsports development in the Rosebud Bus and Motorhome repairs
and actions therefore affect the whole River Valley doesn’t fit that mandate. Diesel repairs W i n t e
l
ecosystem. It can’t always be someone Realtors have commented they ex-
Trailer rewiring and service Specia
else’s responsibility to save what little
is left. It is not what is meant by shared
pect land values to decrease, due to
the racetrack development, because the
Brakes, suspension, alignments WOW!
Drivetrain and engine repairs Out of Province Inspections
responsibility. It means we must take area is known for quiet activity and en-
Transmission repair and service Insurance Inspection
that responsibility upon ourselves to vironmental uniqueness.
Diagnostics Cars & Light Trucks (Up to 3/4 Ton Vehicles)
protect that which is rare and precious, “People move out to the country for
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on behalf of everyone and everything peace and quiet,” said Aztec realtor
And everything in between + tax
that is to follow us … without shared Shauna Kenworthy.
stewardship we cannot protect our eco- Clark asked Wheatland County coun-
systems.” cil to support them in their petition to
Lauridsen questioned the use of plan- the Alberta government on this issue.
ning and idealism, when it is aban- Wheatland County council agreed to
doned, or amended just when it needs send a letter to the Minister of Alberta
to be effective. Environment and Parks.

Raelene
Redland C4139134 Makepeace C4107984
Nichol
Wheatland County C4140864 Realtor
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ample of the public working with us to
reduce crimes,” said Strathmore RCMP
5 BEDROOMS EXCLUSIVE CUL DE SAC AREA EXTENSIVE RENOVATIONS OWN THE LAND Cpl. Jay Salmon in a news release. “By
FF basement, walkout,double att Newer siding. Granite throughout, locking the doors of the businesses,
Large heated garage (22’x24’) Completely renovated MODULAR home,
cul de sac location, 3 full baths, garage, amazing upgraded kitchen, interior drywalled throughout newer 2 bedrooms, beautiful 3 season employees were able to prevent further
fully finished bsmt, suite, windows, hardwood floors, new over- sunroom, 28’x22’ double garage, crimes from taking place. Furthermore,
finished bsmt, large yard walk up to lge backyard sized sg/car garage, Own the land many upgrades
information sharing between business-
es and police agencies was vital in iden-
STRATHMORE • DIAMOND SHORE STRATHMORE • HILLVIEW STRATHMORE • STRATHMORE LAKES STRATHMORE • WESTMOUNT tifying and arresting these individuals.
NEW
PRICE
$
369,900 $
359,900 NEW
PRICE
$
254,900 $
318,500 We are very grateful for the public’s as-
sistance with these investigations.”

mls C4125114
SOLD mls C4135526 mls C4164205 mls C4139278
On Jan. 11 Strathmore RCMP were
called to the local Telus store where
four African American males had en-
BETTER THAN NEW!! IMMEDIATE POSSESSION!! FINE ADULT LIVING BEAUTIFULLY KEPT BUNGALOW!! tered and stolen four cell phones. The
Wonderful adult living condo in desired 1463 SqFt 3+1 Bed, 2.5 Bath, Massive Kitchen, FRESHLY PAINTED THROUGH MAIN 3 Bed + Den, 1.5 Bath 1290 Sqft. Oversized
Westlake Bay!! 2+2 Bed, 3 bath. Fireplace, Fully finished with family room, den, FLOOR. END UNIT, ATT GARAGE, single detached garage. Many Updates
incident occurred just over two weeks
Fully finished, Double garage, fresh paint bedroom and bathroom. Double Detached MASTER BDM HAS double shower main incl. windows. 2 laundry rooms beside after authorities responded to an as-
MOVE IN READY!! garage. Located in desired neighborhood. floor laundry,move in ready green space and much more!! MUST SEE sault at the Source in Okotoks where
three African American males entered
STRATHMORE • STRATHAVEN 6.2 ACRES NIGHTINGALE STRATHMORE • CENTRE ST SOUTH STRATHMORE • STRATHAVEN the store, assaulted an employee and
$
199,900 $
385,000 $
289,900 $
259,900 fled the scene. A week after the inci-
dent in Strathmore, a wireless store
in Olds became the target when five
mls C4074067 males stole numerous cell phones that
mls C4140267 mls C4147587 mls C4124764
were on display. The string of thefts
WONDERFUL 3 BEDROOM CONDO!! ADULT LIVING AT ITS FINEST!! ADULT LIVING AT ITS FINEST!! STUNNING MODERN CONDO continued on Feb. 5 when High River
Prime land located in the quiet Hamlet 1058 SqFt 3 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath. Modern Family Floorplan, modern RCMP responded to an attempted theft
3 bed, 1.5 bath with new modern
of Nightingale. Existing well, gas and Fully Finished, Open Concept, finishings, Open Concept, 3 beds, at Foothills Mobility where six males,
flooring, fresh paint, lots of living Massive Master with 4 piece en suite,
power on site 40x30 shop with power, 2.5 Baths, Fully Finished Walkout
space and unspoiled basement!! Wonderful yard, Deck and much more!! again described as African American,
On pavement onto Greenspace and Park!
tried to force entry into a business and
RURAL WHEATLAND • CLUNY 3K FROM STRATHMORE STRATHMORE • DOWNTOWN STRATHMORE • DOWNTOWN when attempts failed fled the scene.
Shortly after, Strathmore RCMP tend-
$
179,900 $
299,900 $
210,000 NEW
PRICE
$
199,900 ed to an incident at the Bell Mobility

SOLD mls C4135475


store on Third Avenue in Strathmore,
where five African American males
mls C4135519 mls c4140809 mls C4143631 tried to force entry by kicking the glass
SITUATED ON 2 LOTS!! door after finding it locked. With a ve-
OVERSIZED LOT!! BUILT IN 2013
1157 SqFt 2 Bedroom. This home was 3+1 Bedroom 2 Bath. Situated on
hicle waiting nearby, the suspects fled
8.95 acres with endless water, LIKE NEW 2 WALK IN STORAGE CLOS-
extensively renovated on the outside 1910 2 storey in original condition 50x160 lot. This home is R3 zoned. ETS. DARK MAPLE CABINETS, COR- the area.
with siding, metal roof, foundation, 4 bdms up 1 on main floor. Spring 14x22 Det Garage. This home has NER PANTRY. 3 BEDROOMS, CONDO Strathmore RCMP was able to locate
furnace and more! fed pond, trees, barn, MUST SELL! many original characteristics. FEES ONLY $135. PER MONTH
the vehicle and arrested six male sus-
pects with the help of information pro-
STRATHMORE • DOWNTOWN RURAL WHEATLAND • GLEICHEN STRATHMORE • BRENTWOOD STRATHMORE • WESTMOUNT vided from witnesses.
NEW
PRICE
$
189,900 $
25,000 $
199,888 $
139,900 Nineteen-year-old Kareeba Joseph
and 19-year-old Rauch Bang, both from
SOLD SOLD Calgary, and four male youths are fac-
ing 34 offences that include wearing a
mls C4139470 mls C4119759 mls C4145336 mls C4140890
disguise with intent to commit an in-
IMMACULATE!! 2010 CONDO BUILD YOUR BISINESS!! OWN THE LAND MOVE IN READY!! dictable offence, failing to comply with
WALK TO PARK, 2.5 Commercial Lots in Gleichen 1349 sq ft 4 bdm, 2 full baths 2 Bedroom condo with, large kitchen, a recognizance and theft.
2 bdm on Main Street. This lot is in the extensively renovated. livingroom, laundry, 2 bedrooms, stor-
fenced back yard, low condo fees Master bdm has walk in closet age shed, covered parking, Condo Fee Joseph is scheduled to appear in
desired area of Gleichen and
$100 per month and full bathroom includes MOST BILLS!!! Strathmore Provincial Court on Feb.
ready for you to build!!
20 and in Okotoks Provincial Court on
STRATHMORE• BRENTWOOD March 2. Bang will make his court ap-
$
158,500 Wanting to Sell or Buy? pearance on March 20 in Strathmore
Provincial Court, and in Okotoks Pro-

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Transparent about Poppy Fund


MIRIAM OSTERMANN medical reasons, $1,000 was given to a
Times Associate Editor member veteran going through a hard
financial time, and $669 was made avail-
Board members of Strathmore’s Royal able for a member veteran to obtain a
Canadian Legion Branch #10 are adopt- Lifeline Medical Alert System. Funds
ing a proactive approach regarding from the Poppy Fund also provided Public Hearings—Wheatland County Council Chambers
money allocated from the local Poppy winners of the Remembrance Day essay
Fund after reports of an audit into the contest with $650 worth of cash prizes February 20, 2018 at 9 a.m.
Calgary Poppy Fund allegedly revealed – nine first prize winners received $45
misuse of funds. each, while seven second prize winners Wheatland County will consider the following applications for Public
According to a Global News investi- were awarded $35 each.
gation, the news outlet obtained a five- Furthermore, 20 legion blankets were Hearing at the regular Council meeting on Tuesday, February 20,
page document a year ago that shed donated to veterans in Strathmore’s se-
2018
light on a number of consequential al- nior housing and lodges at Christmas,
legations related to the misuse of funds. for a total of $400.
While the audit into the Calgary Pop-
The following public hearings begin at 9 a.m. and proceed until all
These include thousands of dollars spent
on non-veterans, the issuance of im- py Fund is independent of Strathmore, applications have been heard:
proper charitable tax receipts, employee the local legion hopes the community
expense reports that were not reviewed continues to trust and donate to the Bylaw # 2017-57
and unaccounted medical equipment. Poppy Campaign.
As a result, Strathmore Legion mem- “We’re very embarrassed,” Knappe Legal Description: Lot 3 Block 2 Plan 091 5593
bers are focusing on transparency and said. “It has nothing to do with Strath-
putting the minds of Strathmore and more but people watch the news. We’ve Proposal: Redesignate +/- 3.00 acres of land from Country
area residents at ease, by making their had some problems here; money prob-
spending accessible. lems and with people. Now we’re being Residential (CR) District to Agricultural General (AG) District. The
“The accountant who did the audit saw watched by command. We are respon- application would facilitate the consolidation of one (1) +/- 3.00 acres
fit to make it public, and there’s $32,000 sible to the Poppy Fund at command in
that was given to a non-veteran,” said Calgary. I want to say, this is not us.” parcel.
Irene Knappe, chair of the Poppy Fund Every Poppy Fund is subject to the
in Strathmore. “Stuff like that is all com- Poppy Manual that provides, among oth- Comments may be forwarded in writing to Wheatland County or at
ing to the forefront and they’re reiterat- er things, guidelines regarding the distri- the above meeting. The application files may be reviewed in the
ing that the Poppy Fund belongs to the bution of funds, information on veterans
public, to the people who donated every and their current family members who County Office during regular office hours—Monday to Friday from 8
penny. As such, I want to make us total- are eligible to receive donations, and the a.m.to 4:30 p.m.
ly transparent for Strathmore and area, continuance of funds given.
and let them know how their money The Royal Canadian Legion Alberta-
NWT Command states branches can au-
Any comments provided will become part of the public record in
is being spent so that there’s no fear in
them donating at the next campaign.” thorize up to $350 in assistance grants. accordance with Section 40 (1) of the Alberta Freedom of Information
Strathmore’s Poppy Fund financial Branches must report all distributions to
their district commander along with the
and Protection Privacy Act. Any personal information on submissions
year starts on Oct. 1 and ends on Sept.
30. Since October 2017, $500 was pro- meeting minutes. made regarding applications is collected under the authority of the
vided to a member veteran towards Money raised with the Poppy Fund is
bathroom renovations, two bursaries placed in a trust to be used to care for FOIP Act Section 33 (c) and subsequent versions of the Act.
totaling $1,000 were given to two rela- and support veterans and their depen-
tives of member veterans, $3,770 was dents.

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Job Posting!

Posting P18-02—Parks and Recreational Facilities Coordinator


Closing Date: February 23, 2018 at 4 p.m. We Are Hiring!
Posting 2018-01
The primary function of the Parks and Recreational Facilities Coordinator is to Closes: February 23, 2018
provide hands-on leadership and guidance in the development and implementation
of policies, bylaws, plans and practices for community enhancement, parks, General Manager, Transportation & Infrastructure Services
cemeteries and recreational facilities.
The Parks and Recreational Facilities Coordinator position reports to the General Due to the incumbent’s retirement in May, 2018, Wheatland County
Manager Community and Protective Services or in his/her absence to the is seeking a General Manager of Transportation and Infrastructure
designate. Requirements of the position include a range of professional,
Services.
supervisory and administrative responsibilities that require working in a municipal
government setting.
The primary function of the General Manager of Transportation and
The Parks and Recreational Facilities Coordinator will develop and implement Infrastructure Services is to oversee Transportation, Roads, Bridges,
plans, policies, bylaws and agreements for the creation and maintenance of parks, Water, Wastewater, Solid Waste, Fleet/Equipment, Facilities and
cemeteries, recreational facilities, amenities and natural areas. The Coordinator
will act as the project manager for upgrades and maintenance of all facilities as
County Lands/Properties, and ensure compliance with current Health
mentioned above. and Safety Acts/Regulations/practices.

The General Manager of Transportation and Infrastructure Services


About the successful candidate: reports to the Chief Administrative Officer or in his/her absence to
 Diploma in Parks and Recreation Administration the designate. A professional position in Wheatland County, the
 Qualifications in Building or Civil Technology General Manager of Transportation and Infrastructure Services leads
 Project management experience the Transportation and Infrastructure Services Team that implements
 3 years’ experience
the strategic initiatives of the Department.
 Understanding of applicable legislations and regulatory requirements in Alberta
 Principles, practices, equipment, methods and techniques associated with the
development and maintenance of parks, open and natural spaces, trails, This position ensures the goals and objectives of the department are
cemeteries and a variety of outdoor recreational facilities; playgrounds etc. achieved. Additional responsibilities may include assuming the duties
 Principles, practices, equipment, methods and techniques associated with of Chief Administrative Officer in his/her absence as required.
landscape maintenance, care of trees, plants and shrubs, and the treatment of
plant disease
 Principles, practices, equipment, methods and techniques associated with The General Manager of Transportation and Infrastructure Services
facilities maintenance and facilities repairs including electrical, plumbing, supervises:
mechanical and structural systems  Manager of Transportation and Infrastructure Operations
 Requirements to comply with occupational hazards and safety regulations  Manager of Transportation and Utilities
associated with parks, open spaces and facilities operations  Transportation and Infrastructure Assistant
 Knowledge and proficiency in the use of computer programs including Microsoft
Office Suite (Word, Outlook, Excel, Power Point)
 Demonstrated ability to manage multiple and complex projects, both The successful candidate will have:
independently and as part of a team in a deadline orientated environment  A recognized diploma or degree in a related field
 Ability to maintain a high level of accuracy and confidentiality  ASET or APEGGA professional membership in good standing
 Valid Class 5 Alberta Drivers Licence  Five to seven (5-7) years of progressive experience in a
 Excellent interpersonal communication and judgment skills
supervisory/management role, preferably in a rural municipality
 Superior organizational and time management skills
 Creative approach to problem solving  Strong background of progressively more responsibility in the
 Excellent decision making skills operation of a municipality
 Excellent customer service skills  Post-secondary training in Civil Engineering or Technology, and
 Excellent public consultation and engagement skills knowledge of the Municipal Government Act
 Ability to deal with co-workers and the public in a positive, facilitative and  High degree of professionalism coupled with effective
pleasant manner
communication skills (written, verbal and presentation)
The Parks and Recreational Facilities Coordinator generally works in the Wheatland  Knowledge and skills in the development of public policy and
County Administrative Office. Generally the incumbent will work 7.5 hours per day, bylaws
five days per week. The incumbent will be considered full time as per Wheatland  Skills as a hands-on public service professional, comfortable
County Policy 6.3.1. Occasional overtime may be required; compensation for managing many different priorities concurrently
overtime worked will be in the form of time off in lieu as per Policy. Paid vacation
 Demonstrated ability to develop credibility and effective working
will be based upon existing Wheatland County Policy, subject to revision from time
to time. Salary will be based on qualifications and experience of incumbent. relationships with employees and external stakeholders
 Demonstrated ability to work effectively, both independently and
as part of a team
Preference will be given to candidates with experience working for a rural  The ability to multi-task in a fast paced environment
municipality.
 A valid Class 5 Alberta Drivers Licence
In accordance with Wheatland County’s Personnel Policy, the successful candidate
will be required to submit to a Criminal Records Check, and must be legally entitled To apply, or for more details and a job description:
to work for any employer in Canada.
Chief Administrative Officer (marked Confidential)
242006 Range Road 243
We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an RR 1 Hwy 1, Strathmore, AB T1P 1J6
interview will be contacted. Fax: 403-934-4889
To apply or for a more detailed job description: Email to: alan.parkin@wheatlandcounty.ca
Human Resources, Wheatland County
RR1 Hwy 1 We thank all applicants for their interest. However, only those
Strathmore, Alberta T1P 1J6 selected for an interview will be contacted. You must be legally
Fax (403) 934-4889 entitled to work for any employer in Canada to be eligible for
Email: hr@wheatlandcounty.ca
consideration. The successful candidate will be required to submit to
No phone calls, please. a Criminal Records Check.
February 16, 2018 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 13

Job Posting!

Posting P18-03—Administrative Assistant to the GM Agriculture,


Community and Protective Services, and Planning and Development
PUBLIC NOTICE
Closing Date: February 23, 2018 at 4 p.m.
Wheatland County
The primary function of the Administrative Assistant to the GM Agriculture, WATER ACT NOTICE OF APPLICATION
Community and Protective Services and Planning and Development is to provide
administrative services and assistance to the General Manager and to the Planning
and Development department. This position will support the work done by the Notice is given that Wheatland County has filed an application under
General Manager Agriculture, Community and Protective Services and Planning and the provisions of the Water Act for infilling portions of wetlands during
the upgrading of Duck Lake Road Phase 2 (Range Road 183) from 200
Development staff by completing administrative and clerical tasks focusing on
metres south of Township Road 250 to Township Road 251A. The
enhancing customer service, enabling the General Manager and all Planning and
location where upgrades are proposed is located at
Development staff to fulfill specialized roles within Wheatland County. W1/2 3-25-18-W4M; E1/2 4-25-18-W4M; SW1/4 10-25-18-W4M;
NW1/4 34-24-18-W4M and NE1/4 33-24-18-W4M. Replacement for
wetland loss will be completed in accordance with the Alberta Wetland
About the successful candidate: Policy.
The incumbent must have proficient knowledge in the following areas:
 High degree of professionalism and effective communication skills
Any person who is directly affected by this application may submit a
 Ability to take Minutes in a variety of meetings
written statement of concern within seven (7) days of the date of this
 Preference will be given to candidates with administrative experience in a notice to:
planning and development department within an urban or rural municipality
 Known for his/her ability to develop credibility and effective working
relationships with employees and external stakeholders Environment and Parks
 Demonstrated ability to work effectively, both independently and as part of a Regulatory Approvals Centre
team 5th Floor, South Petroleum Plaza
 Must be able to take initiative and work with little direction to meet deadlines 9915 108 Street
 Understands and follows complex written or oral instructions of a general Edmonton, Alberta T5K 2G8
nature to complete assigned tasks Phone: 780-427-6311
 Ability to multi-task in a fast paced environment Fax: 780-422-0154
 Basic training in WHMIS, First Aid with CPR Email: aep.waapplications@gov.ab.ca
 Able to maintain confidentiality regarding matters which affect the assigned
department and the County as a whole
The written statement of concern should include the following:
The incumbent must also demonstrate the following personal attributes:  the application number: 001-00389242;
 Understanding and appreciation of rural Alberta culture  describe concerns that are relevant to matters regulated by the
 Be honest, respectful, and trustworthy Water Act;
 Be flexible
 Demonstrate sound work ethics  explain how the filer of the concern will be directly affected by the
 Strong sense of accountability for effective utilization of resources activity proposed in the application;
 Ability to attend and record evening meetings or other events on occasion  provide the legal land location of the land owned or used by the filer
where the concerns described are believed to be applicable;
The incumbent would normally attain the required knowledge and skills through  state the distance between the land owned or used by the filer and
completion of on-site training. Specific knowledge, experience, and training the site in the application; and
equivalencies will be considered.
 contact information including the full name and mailing address of
The Administrative Assistant to the GM Agriculture, Community and Protective the filer. Please provide the telephone number and/or email
Services and Planning and Development works in the Wheatland County address for ease of contact.
Administrative Office. Generally the incumbent will work 7.5 hours per day, five
days per week. The incumbent will be considered full time as per Wheatland
County Policy 6.3.1. Occasional overtime may be required; compensation will be in Environment and Parks will review each written statement of concern,
the form of time off in lieu as per Policy. Paid vacation will be based upon existing seek more information if needed, and notify each filer by letter of the
Wheatland County Policy, subject to revision from time to time. Salary will be in
decision to accept or reject their written submission as a valid
statement of concern. The Public Notice of this application will also be
line with the current County Employee Salary Grid and based on qualifications and
posted on the Department’s website at
experience of incumbent. https://avw.alberta.ca/PublicNoticesViewer.aspx .

Preference will be given to candidates with experience working for a rural Please quote file number: 00389242
municipality.
In accordance with Wheatland County’s Personnel Policy, the successful candidate
will be required to submit to a Criminal Records Check, and must be legally entitled
Statements of concern submitted regarding this application are public
records which are accessible by the public and the applicant. Failure to
to work for any employer in Canada.
file a statement of concern may affect the right to file a Notice of Appeal
with the Environmental Appeals Board.
We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an
interview will be contacted.
Copies of the application and additional information can be obtained
from:
To apply or for a more detailed job description:
Dave Churchill
Human Resources, Wheatland County Wheatland County
RR1 Hwy 1 Highway 1, RR 1
Strathmore, Alberta T1P 1J6 Strathmore Alberta T1P 1J6
Fax (403) 934-4889 Telephone: 403-361-2023
Email: hr@wheatlandcounty.ca Email: dave.churchill@wheatlandcounty.ca

No phone calls, please.


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SPORTS
Fun in
Gleichen
The ninth installment of Hockey Day in G.A. was a
smashing success, as kids aged four to 17 came out
Feb. 10 for a day full of pond hockey at the Gleichen
Arena.
Tyler Lowey Photos

Local girls aim for gold at Games


TYLER LOWEY ment last year,” said Olson, a Grade 11
Times Reporter student at Strathmore High School.
The four locals will be joined by girls
While the real Olympic Winter Games aged 14 to 17 from Airdrie, Chester-
occupy people’s PVRs these days, four mere, Rockyford, Cochrane, Strathmore
local girls will be treated to the life of and surrounding Calgary areas.
an Olympian when the biennial Alberta “We have a great mix of girls on our
Winter Games take place this weekend. team. We have used up our six practic-
Cayley Boschee, McKenna Blades, es before the games and are hopefully
Camille Gauvin and Grace Olson will ready to go,” said Olson. “Camille will
represent Zone 2 ringette on the ice in be one of our stronger forwards as she
Fort McMurray, as the Games run from brings a great shot to our team. Cay-
Feb. 16-19 at the Anzac Recreation Cen- ley will not jump up in the rush much,
tre. but she is a smart, reliable defenceman
For Blades and Olson, it’s a return who takes care of business in her own
trip, as they were part of the Zone 2 end.”
unit that narrowly missed out on a After tryouts were held last Novem- Camille Gauvin (l), McKenna Blades, Grace Olson and Cayley Boschee are four local products to join
forces and compete with the Zone 2 team at the Alberta Winter Games Feb. 16-19 in Fort McMurray.
medal in 2016. ber, the team was announced shortly
Photo Courtesy of Jacqueline Kenney
“They will serve as some of the lead- after, giving the team a few practices
ers on our team this year along with the and games to get acquainted with one diverse set of skills. Hopefully we can improvement in my game over the past
three other returning players, as they another. It can be challenging for ath- perform on the ice,” said Olson, who two years,” said Boschee. “Back then, I
have been there before,” said Zone 2 letes of such a wide-ranging age group plays with the Zone 2 U19 squad out wasn’t that fast and I had trouble stay-
Assistant Coach Rhonda Olson, who to briefly come together before a tour- of Rockyford during the regular season. ing with my player. A lot has changed
will be coaching in her third and final nament and expect quick-drying chem- Upfront, Zone 2 will be led by Gauvin and I have worked on things. Now I am
games. “They are the oldest ones in our istry, but it is something they are work- and Olson, as Boschee is the lone blue able to keep up.”
dressing rooms and will be looked at to ing on. liner out of the bunch with Blades Zone 2 will get things going Feb. 17
lead them this weekend.” “We’ve held three practices so far backstopping them in the blue paint. when they host Zone 5 — an Edmonton
They haven’t forgotten about their and two games; one against the Zone 3 “We all texted each other and con- zone — in the first game of the tourna-
fourth-place finish in Medicine Hat. team and the other against a local U19 gratulated each other when we found ment, which is set for 8 a.m.
In fact, it has motivated the returning team. We went 1-1, so things are look- out that we made the team. We were all “The northern teams will be tough,
group to lead a younger, less experi- ing pretty good so far,” said Gauvin, the happy for Cayley, as she was one of the playing with more double-A players
enced team at this year’s event. youngest of the group, a Grade 9 stu- cuts last year,” said Blades. than us, but we have some players with
“I was pretty excited when I found dent at Crowther Memorial Junior High “I’m really looking forward to the double-A experience as well. There
out that I made the team again. I really School. experience this year. Last year I didn’t will be some great competition and we
wanted another opportunity to go and “The team looks pretty good this year. make it and wasn’t that happy about hope to do well,” said Olson. “A medal
really enjoyed my time at the tourna- We have lots of different players with a it, but I’m glad the coaches noticed the would be great.”

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Warriors knock off top seed from the North


TYLER LOWEY as far as I am concerned,” said Brown. team pulled out the 3-2 victory Feb. 10 BRAVES BATTLE
Times Reporter “At this point of the season it was great in the late stages of the third period. The Wheatland Braves ran into a
to see how we stack up against a team Jaycob Masciangelo wired a shot buzz saw down at the Adams Ice Cen-
The Wheatland Warriors are hot- like that. We proved to ourselves that past Jared Lee with 2:29 remaining in tre in Lethbridge, as they fell 6-1 Feb.
ter than a pistol and playing the best we have a chance to knock off any regulation, as Cole Berg and Bailey 11 at the hands of the Lethbridge Hur-
hockey of their season as the year team in this league.” Filkohazy picked up assists. ricanes White.
winds down. Putting a lid on things was Ray War- The Selects (5-21-2) jumped on the Down 5-0 at the 8:34 mark of the
Taking on the North Division-lead- rack 56 seconds into the third, and Chiefs 1:41 into the first only to see third, Jace Koole netted his 12th of
ing West Central Tigers, the Warriors Brayden Ledrew picked up the empty- Chiefs captain Lucas Muenchrath and the season for the Braves from Conner
picked up the decisive 5-2 decision netter for his second point on the af- Jayden Hendricks responded with a Radke and Tyson Haslund.
Feb. 11 at the Strathmore Family Cen- ternoon. pair of goals in the second period to The local double-A peewee team will
tre. Between the pipes, Corey Ross grab their first lead of the game. be out of action this weekend and will
After a scoreless first period, the lo- stopped 29 shots to earn his eighth This weekend, the Chiefs will host resume South Central Alberta Hockey
cal double-A bantam team got things win of the season, as the Warriors (13- the NWCAA Bruins (6-4-0) Feb. 17 at League play Feb. 25 when they take
going with goals from Jerrin Hendricks 14-2) have picked up victories in three the Strathmore Family Centre. Puck on the Okotoks Oilers Green at Mur-
and Bryce Benfield. straight and in five of their last six out- drop is 4:45 p.m. ray Arena.
“That’s the kind of effort we were ings.
looking for going into a game against Aiming to keep the good times go-
them,” said Warriors Head Coach Cody ing, the Warriors will take on the Med-
Brown. “With only one game on the icine Hat Hounds (8-19-3) Feb. 17 at
weekend, we should have been rested the Moose Recreation Centre.
enough to have a strong start and we
were able to pull that off.” CHIEFS WIN IN HUSSAR
The Tigers (21-7-3) pushed back
with three of their own goals, but the
The Wheatland Chiefs (17-9-2) are
beginning to feel at home at Hussar
Development Decisions
Warriors were able to respond when Arena, as they picked up their second
Alex Pagenkopf netted his second goal win in as many games at their trans-
of the season with 15 seconds remain- ported home base. Notice is hereby given that the Wheatland County Municipal Planning Commission
ing in the frame. Taking on the lowly Central Alber- has approved or refused the following development permit applications:
“They’re the top team in the league ta Selects, the local double-A midget

Former Bison picks up weekly AJHL award File # DP 2018-04


TYLER LOWEY of Oct. 9 to 15. Division# 6
Times Reporter Conley is one of three former Bisons Approved with conditions
playing for the Oil Barons. Their cap- Applicant: Rosebud Historical Society
Strathmore’s Will Conley was named tain, Shane Fraser, and alternate captain Legal: Plan 6742BQ, Block 1, Lot 3,4 (NW-7-27-21-W4M)
the Canalta Hotels Alberta Junior Hock- Liam Izyk were both former members
ey League Player of the Week for the of the Herd. Proposal: Tower (Vintage Railway Semaphore Tower)
week of Feb. 5 to 11. In 152 AJHL games – all but four of
The 20-year-old Conley is playing in them with the Oil Barons – Conley has
his third season with the Fort McMur- racked up 73 goals, 68 assists and 141
File # DP 2018-05
ray Oil Barons and second as alternate points. His Oil Barons currently sit in
captain. second place, two points behind the Division# 4
Helping lead the Oil Barons to three Viterra North division-leading Spruce Approved with conditions
victories last week, Conley netted five Grove Saints. Applicant: Dale and Susan Dersch
goals and nine assists over those out- Conley played two seasons with the
Legal: Plan 7961 0258, Block 1 (SW-11-24-26-W4M)
ings to extend his point streak to seven Herd from 2013 to 2015. In 66 career
games and 17 points. He is currently games in Strathmore, he supplied 19 Proposal: Home Based Business Type 3 (HBB 3)—Stair Manufacturing
tied for second in scoring for the AJHL goals and 44 points. He was also part
with 68 points (42 goals and 26 assists). of the 2014-15 team that advanced to
In his productive week, Conley was the Telus Cup, where he scored three
named Star of the Game twice. First, times in seven games. Any person who deems they may be affected by the issuance of the development
when he scored a pair including the Hunter Virostek is another former Bi- permit(s) may appeal to the Subdivision & Development Appeal Board (SDAB)
game winner over the Camrose Kodiaks son who picked up player of the week
within 21 days of the date of the publication of this notice. Each Subdivision and
Feb. 9, and second when he racked up recognition earlier in the season.
a five-point game (2G, 3A) over the A goaltender for the Drumheller Development Appeal to the county must be accompanied by a $200.00
Sherwood Park Crusaders. Dragons, Virostek was named Alberta non-refundable fee and an appeal application form, to be filed with the SDAB
The former UFA Bison has commit- Ford Dealers AJHL Defensive Player of Secretary of Wheatland County at 242006 Range Road 243 or Mail to: RR 1 Hwy 1,
ted to the Holy Cross Crusaders of the the Week for Sept. 25 to Oct. 1. In his
Strathmore, Alberta, T1P 1J6
National Collegiate Athletic Associa- second season with the club, he owns a
tion for the 2018-19 season. This also 20-14-3 record with a shiny 2.79 goals
Dated this 16th day of February, 2018.
marked the second time Conley was against average and a .897 save per-
named Player of the Week this season. centage.
He first won the honour for the week AJHL playoffs begin March 8.

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Hawks junior programs snag silver at home tourney


TYLER LOWEY From there, things got worse as the Hawks were clipped 69-
Times Reporter 62 by the Bonnyville Centralized High School Roadrunners.
Nwoye was strong once again with 24 points, 11 rebounds,
The senior Hawks of tomorrow took centre stage at the seven steals and four assists. Osachuk and Valencia both
Holy Cross Collegiate gym with their annual host tournament turned in 18 points, but the Hawks committed 20 turnovers
last weekend. with only 11 assists — not an ideal ratio.
Both junior varsity B Hawks, Grade 7 and 8 students, man- “I thought we were the much more skilled team, but we
aged to pull silver medals from their respective sides of the made a lot of mental mistakes and turnovers that easily cost
tournament.
Pass the Salt
“Everything we have worked on at practice came together
amazingly well this weekend. Andy Young (Hawks assistant
us that game,” said Hawks Head Coach Josh Jalbert.
The Hawks wrapped up the weekend with a 61-48 loss to
the Drumheller Valley High School Dynos.
The season
coach) and Iofare Lentvery
alwaysproud of reminder
the work to live
thatoutwent
one’s love
intointhis Nwoye was the only Hawk to hit double digits with 35
beginsplace
season with Ash Wednesday,
finish,” said Hawks tangible
Head Coach ways every day. Donais.
Connie points.
which this year happens to fall In the Christian faith, it is Christ
After running through the round robin with a pair of con- “We came out and just didn’t have the drive that Drumheller
on February 14, the day known to who is the Beloved above all
vincing wins, the lady
the broader public as Valentine’s
Hawks were stifled 45-8 Feb. 10 by the
others, and the one whom we are
did,” said Jalbert. “They had more compete than us and they
Notre Dame Collegiate
Day. At first glance it seems Timberwolves.
called to love with all our heart, took it to us.”
The
thereHawks
could hardly opened
be twoup morethe tournament
soul, mind andwith a convincing
strength. Lent is a The Hawks are off this weekend after hosting the Holy Trin-
19-10 victory
opposite over thecoinciding
observances Prairie Christian Academy
time to remind Sabres.
ourselves of thisPlay- ity Academy Knights Feb. 14 during Foothills Athletic Council
ingontheir second
the same day –game of the day,
Valentine’s the Hawks
calling, doubled
and to practice someup the play. They will now await a one-game playoff opponent for
Christ the its
Day with King
roses,School Royals 22-11.
chocolates, of those “every day” tangible the right to advance to the 2A South Central Zone tournament.
and the
On romantic
boys’ gestures;
side ofand the bracket, expressions
the Hawks of devotion
were also – oftenham- The playoff game is slated for Feb. 28 with Zones beginning
Ash Wednesday
pered by the Notre withDame
its by “giving
Collegiate up” lesser things
Timberwolves in the final, March 9 in Brooks.
introduction
losing 50-41 to Feb.penance,
10. fasting to help focus our attention on “We have some areas that need to be cleaned up,” said Jal-
and abstinence, and of
“Our defence was working really course deepening
well our relationship.
together, And
communi- bert. “We need to make better decisions with and without the
the ashes which point to our Ash
cating and moving their feet,” said Hawks Head Coach BradWednesday starts it all by ball and just be smarter basketball players. We have some time
mortality. But as I thought about reminding us that we cannot truly
Everett. “We played in a zone defence all weekend and that to work on things now, but if we can achieve those things,
further, it struck me that at heart live without Him – that’s what the
really helped us stay
there are more similarities than
in games. There was a lot of fouling go-
ashes are really about. And to
then I think we will see the results down the road.”
ingdifferences.
on at the end of the games that made
be sure, thewith
just like final score not
Valentine’s The story was the opposite for the senior girls, who finished
seem close, but for the
Valentine’s Day is, we know, a most part,
Day, some may observe Lent in all
we played in tight games the weekend on a high after a pair of losses at the Carstairs
weekend against some
day set aside to profess undying good teams.”
less noble ways. But at its best, Tournament.
That
devotionfollowed a round robin stage
to one’s Beloved: Lent is that leftforthe
practice Hawks
living out sit- The Hawks were flying high following their 44-28 victory
tingto 1-1.
express how she or he is one’s love for God and neighbour over the Hugh Sutherland School Kodiaks.
overwhelmingly
They opened the thecenter
tourney of with ina tangible
32-24 loss waysto every
theday.Christ the Both Destiny Stevens and Angelina Palardy chipped in their
Kingone’s world, but
Royals and how one really
bounced So this
back with a February
dominating 14, whether
40-11you deci- best showing of the tournament as they tied for the team lead
sioncould
overnotthe
live without
Drumhellerhim or Valley Secondary
observe Valentine’s
School DayDynos.
or Ash with 10 points each.
her. Tosenior
The be sure,Hawks
some may use squad
boys’ Wednesday
started (or theboth), think of it at
tournament “The girls stayed positive and continued to make adjust-
Valentine’swith
Vermilion Day in a less
bang noble
but faltered notasjustthe
as one special day,
weekend went buton.
as ments, implementing what they have been developing at prac-
ways – to ply the other with gifts the start of a season of building
The weekend began with a solid 65-38 drubbing of the St. tice. It was a terrific weekend for us,” said Hawks Head Coach
to make amends for times of more deeply into your ongoing,
Paul Regional High School Saintsevery Feb.day 9. relationship with your Joe Lepage.
ignoring the beloved throughout
Leading the way was
the rest of the year, for example, Alex Nwoye
Beloved. 25 points from 4-for-
with The Hawks opened the tourney with a tough 74-33 loss to
10 toshooting from
make a show of pretendedthe land beyond and he picked up eight the Olds Koinonia Christian School Royals Feb. 9.
steals. Ralph
love that is notValencia
quite true,finished
or to try 50Rev.per cent Kern,
Malcolm fromDeacon
the floor to Nearly every Hawk found their way onto the score sheet, as
record
to buy17 thepoints on 14 shots
other’s affection. But and Landon
Chapel of St. Osachuk recorded
Michael (Anglican) Hope Given and Teagan Adamcewicz led the squad with six
12 atpoints.
its best, Valentine’s Day is a points each.
Other contributors were Jordyn Petrie, Maren Everett and
Taryn Tanton, who recorded four points each.
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Kings cooked in season finale, prepare for HJHL playoffs


TYLER LOWEY 0-for-3 on the power play, as Riese Nevil potted his
Times Reporter 10th of the season in the second and Tyler Anderson
added a power play marker in the third to put the
The best part about the playoffs — other than actu- Kings away.
ally making the playoffs — is that they offer a new “I’d say we got back to our strong work ethic in
beginning and a clean slate. that final game. We had gotten a little lackadaisical at
All of that is important to keep in mind, because points on the weekend, but we were able to snap out
if the last two months of the Strathmore Wheatland of it on Sunday,” said Busslinger.
Kings season carried any weight in the playoffs, the That performance came on the heels of an 8-1 drub-
Kings would surely be looking at a first-round exit for bing by the same Copperheads (24-10-2) one night
the second-straight year. earlier at Coaldale Arena.
Granted, they weren’t dealt the easiest three games It was the former Copperhead Austin Holmes who
to conclude the franchise’s ninth season. But perhaps found the back of the net for the Kings. He scored an
the team can take solace knowing their strongest unassisted tally for his 11th of the season. In two sea-
showing of the weekend came in the final game of a sons with the Copperheads, he scored 10 goals and
three-game slate. seven assists in 39 games.
“Obviously we were looking for better outcomes From there, it was all snakes, as they closed out the
to go into the playoffs with, but it was a hard stretch first with three goals, chipped in one in the second Strathmore Wheatland Kings alternate captain Cole Busslinger
of games. We had a bunch of guys not there for the and piled up another four in the third. tries to dance around Walid Hassin of the Cochrane Generals Feb.
weekend with different injuries and other things,” Things weren’t much prettier on the first night of 9 at the Strathmore Family Centre. Tyler Lowey Photo
said Kings alternate captain Cole Busslinger. “By the a jam-packed weekend, as the Kings (12-21-3) strug-
end of the weekend we only had nine forwards and gled to maintain any serious puck possession and lost up against three elite playoff teams, they know now
four defencemen.” 7-2 to the Cochrane Generals (24-11-1). what will happen if they don’t show up ready to go
The Kings were blanked by the Southern Division- The Kings only managed 13 shots to the Generals when the puck drops Feb. 16 at the Bob Snodgrass
winning Coaldale Copperheads 2-0 Feb. 11 at the 42, as Zach Meadows supplied his seventh goal of the Recreation Complex.
Strathmore Family Centre. season and first goal in 17 games. Later in the third, it Since it’s a best-of-three series, local fans will only
It was the closest contest all weekend, as new net- was Holmes finding the back of the net from captain get one chance to see the Kings this round. Game 2 is
minder Calum Humble pulled off 39 saves. He has Keenan Ogle. slated for 8 p.m. Feb. 17 in Strathmore. If necessary,
now faced more than 40 shots in four out of his seven Luckily for the Kings, the Medicine Hat Cubs (12- Game 3 would go Feb. 18 back in High River.
starts with the Kings. 22-2) weren’t able to gain any ground on the Kings “We really like this matchup for us. We are going
“Calum has played really well since joining us. Goal- and dropped their pair of games last weekend. The to have some guys back in our lineup and we are
tending hasn’t been our issue this year, but Calum Cubs inability to advance meant the Kings avoided a looking forward to getting the playoffs started,” said
is most likely to start on Friday. He has obviously first-round tilt with the Generals. Desmet. “We feel like if we can get everyone pulling
earned the right,” said Kings Assistant Coach Keenan If anything, last weekend was the final wakeup on the same rope and jumping on the same page,
Desmet. call for the Kings as they prepare for their first-round we feel like we have a team that could make a bit of
The Kings only snapped 23 shots on net and went meeting with the High River Flyers (17-21-3). Going noise in the playoffs.”

Kings draw Flyers in first round


TYLER LOWEY “We know that Strathmore is a well- Strathmore United Church Presents
Times Reporter coached team, they work hard in ev-
ery aspect and they will push us to the Latitude 49 Arts
The Strathmore Wheatland Kings will limit. A lot of our guys are excited to
not be hitting the playoffs with any sort play them with the little rivalry we have On
of momentum after dropping their final going on,” said Flyers Head Coach and
three regular season games last week-
end.
Manager Tyson Avery. “It’s going to be
a good series.” 817
In a tale of two seasons this year, the In those meetings, the hottest Kings
Kings closed out the final two months were George Montour with one goal
of the Heritage Junior Hockey League and six assists, and Austin Holmes with
regular season with a 2-8-2 record and four goals and one helper.
a minus-30 goal differential. Kings netminder Calum Humble and
The Kings finished 12-21-3 with 27 the defence core of the Kings will have
points, which ranked the second-fewest their hands full trying to contain the
point total in franchise history and the second leading scorer in the HJHL, Da-
third fewest wins. Last year, the Kings vis Sheldon. The 20-year-old averaged
finished 16-18-4 with 36 points. more than two points per game this
Finishing fifth in the Southern Divi- season, finished with a league-high 41
sion one point ahead of the Medicine goals to go with 37 assists in 35 games.
Hat Cubs, the Kings will take on the In four meeting against the Kings this
High River Flyers in the best-of-three year, Sheldon recorded six goals and
first round of the postseason. This will three assists.
be the first postseason meeting be- “His awareness on the ice, his speed
tween the two clubs. and the way he gets his feet moving A duo featuring violinist Timothy Steeves and pianist Jani Parsons make a
“It’s been close between us all season at all times makes him so dangerous. return engagement to Strathmore presenting a Recital entitled Deviations.
and all the games have carried a lot of He knows where his line mates are and Timothy, a native of Strathmore and Jani, originally from Cranbrook, will
intensity. I know that we’re going to go has the ability to get into open space present works by composers including Boulanger, Gershwin, Kelly-Marie
out there and fight to get it done,” said whenever he wants to get off a pretty Murphy, Prokofiev and Stucky.
Kings forward Brad Tingey. dangerous shot,” said Avery. You won't want to miss these rising stars in the North
The Flyers finished 10 points ahead Game 1 is slated for Feb. 16 (8 p.m.) American classical music scene!
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that holds value. DAN R.H.
Grotrian Consulting - Inde-
“Thank You”
to the following businesses and individuals
The rusty old playground at the Indus It is with profound sadness that we – February 14, 2010 pendent Contractor. 403-
325-0553.
that donated silent auction items to make our
School might be in line for a new face- announce the sudden passing of our 1st Annual Cribbage Tournament
You never said I’m leaving
lift with the help of the Calgary Hitmen. son, brother, and father, Gordon Roy Wutzke on Feb-
ruary 2nd, 2018 at the age of 57.
You never said Goodbye. fundraiser a successful event:
Led by Monique Williams, the Indus You were gone before
Gordon is survived by his loving parents Ferdinand

Bridal
School Council Society submitted a we knew it Agrium, Carseland
and Maria Wutzke, his beloved son Rory Alexander And only God knows why.
plan to the Calgary Hitmen Foundation Aspen Crossing, Mossleigh

Guide
Wutzke (Kathy Schultz) and his brothers Jeffrey
Community Restoration Program for a Wutzke (Judy Hildahl) and David Wutzke (Christa A million times Carseland Curling Club
new playground at the school. Nicholson). we needed you Carseland Jet Setters
“Our current playground is 22 years Gordon was the first born grandchild which brought A million times we cried 2018
If love alone could have Carseland Lions Club
old; it’s rusty, has old wooden panels much joy to the family. His Opa was a major influ- The Strathmore Times
that give the kids splinters and most ence on him, helping him master spoken German at a saved you
SayBRIDAL
I do
will be publishing our annual Cam’s Carrots and Poplar Bluff
very young age, and influencing his mechanical mind. You never would to more
GUIDE
bridal (Cam Beard and Rosemary Wotske)
importantly it isn’t accessible for all have died.
on March 2, 2018

kids,” said Williams. “There are wooden Both Gordon and his brother Jeff had a great interest business! CHER (Carseland Handy Equipment Repair)
and uncanny mechanical abilities as very young men. In life we loved you dearly Choice Environment – Jenn Wiebe
boards that stick up out of the ground Deadline:
It started with improvising gaskets out of cardboard, In death we love you still Friday,
Cyndi’s – Cindy Schappert
that keep the pea gravel inside.” then stock car racing; to building and competing the In our hearts we February 21, 2018
For the second year, the Hitmen Infamous ‘Prairie Rat’ with their great friends Camer- hold a place
Regular Rates apply. Darcy Lord
Colour is included in
Foundation announced a $50,000 grant on Beard and Kevin Bertram. Together they became That only you can fill. the cost of your ad! DOBRE Food and Catering, Langdon
for a community project for a neigh- 2wd Tractor Pull Champions. (Ukranian Kitchen)
It broke our hearts For information
bourhood or community within a 50-ki- Gordon will be remembered for this great achieve- or to book your ad Ink Addicts, Strathmore
to lose you
lometre radius of the Calgary city limits. ment as well as his numerous other vehicles builds. But you didn’t go alone.
please call
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Gordon spent his life building, fixing and creating ve- Rose 403.934.5589
“We were amazed by the thoughtful- A part of us went with you rose@ Norma Kernaghan
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Ryan Steidel, Strathmore
responses we received last year,” Hit- away at his home doing what he loved to do. krista@ TS Enterprises – Troy Blackley
men vice president and alternate gover- A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, February Love Always strathmoretimes.com
nor Mike Moore said in a press release. Value Drug Mart, Strathmore
17th, 2018 at Carseland Community Center at 1:00 Erica, Jessica,
Danielle & Sherri
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After sorting through all the appli- p.m. with lunch to follow.
cants, it was revealed Feb. 8 that the In lieu of flowers, please make a donation directly
Indus School project was chosen as one to your favorite charity. To send condolences, please
of three final candidates for the grant. visit Gordon’s obituary at www.wheatlandfuneral-
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“I was ecstatic when I heard the
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news,” said Indus School vice principal
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even more kids active to lead more
healthy lifestyles.” Obituary Friday, March 2 • 7 pm
Standard Community Hall GREEN The ANNUAL GENERAL
As it stands now, anyone with walk- MEETINGS
ing disabilities struggles to use the play- ANDERSON, No cards or gifts, instead LEAF of the
ground. The wooden boards prevent Winnifred Chleras Ellen donations welcome TUTORING Rosebud Memorial
Hall Association
wheelchair users access to the equip- (nee Doud) for Special Olympics
Bowlarama and the
ment, while a hilly, bumpy walk from November 28, 1929 FOR Rosebud Fire
the school’s doors can make it hard to – January 29, 2018
access as well.
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“We are a rural school, so kids with bye to our very special mother, grandmother, great TUESDAY,
higher needs are drawn to us because grandmother and wife. Chleras passed away peace- MARCH 13, 2018,
of our smaller class size and more one- fully with family at her side, on January 29th, 2018 at 403-901-0344 in the Rosebud
Sagewood AgeCare in Strathmore, Alberta. Leave Message Community Centre,
on-one teaching. There are kids and beginning at 7:00 P.M.
Chleras is survived by her devoted husband of 64
parents who haven’t been able to ac- years, Elwood, as well as their seven children, Jane THANK YOU
cess the old playground,” said Williams, (Barry) of Duncan BC, Cindy (Graham) of Moose Jaw
who is a nurse and also a volunteer at SK, Trent (Susie) of Townsville AU, Kevin (Jo-Anne) CONTACT
the school. of Comox BC, Cheryl (Kirby – deceased) of Moose
Talks of a new playground have been Jaw SK, Derrick of Olds AB, Kimberley of Calgary AB; JEFF WALLACE
in place for more than a year now, as eleven grandchildren and five great grandchildren;
the plan is to replace the gravel with as well as numerous nieces and nephews, a large THE STRATHMORE DISTRICT
ACCOUNTING AND
extended family and many close friends.
a poured rubber surface, cancelling the
need for any wooden barriers. That,
She was predeceased by her parents, Ed and Sarah
HEALTH FOUNDATION BOOKKEEPING SERVICES
Doud, and her five brothers, Jim (Myrtle - deceased), Extends a sincere THANK YOU to the
along with a new sidewalk from the
school to the playground, would ac-
Irvin (Leona - deceased), Eddy (Dorothy - deceased), following Organizations and Individuals 403-201-2201
Lionel (Gladys), Dennis (Pat). For their recent donations,
company the new digs. Chleras trained as a psychiatric nurse in Weyburn SK, With a dedicated, highly trained, professional team
The Indus School is home to 213 stu- ending her very rewarding career in nursing at Valley All of which assist us in our aim to provide that works closely with you, our main goal is to
dents, from kindergarten up to Grade View Centre in Moose Jaw SK. Elwood’s career with necessary equipment and services with which take care of our clients through sound balancing
9, all of whom use the old playground the Royal Canadian Air Force made for a very eventful to treat the patients and clients of of their books. Offering full bookkeeping, payroll,
before school, during recess and lunch, life, that took them to many interesting places while Strathmore Health Services and personal and corporate tax preparation for various
raising a large family together. To replace certain items that are
and after school hours. types of corporations and small businesses.
Chleras battled with Alzheimer’s Disease and Chronic beyond repair.
The council already has a $20,000 Obstructive Pulmonary Disease for many years. OUR APPRECIATION GOES TO: “Keeping your numbers in order so you
contribution from Rocky View County She put up an incredible fight right up until the end,
and a $15,000 contribution from the largely due to the unfailing support and of love of her can relax, that’s our job”
The Standard Colony Farming Company
Rocky View School Division. They are husband and children. Her family was everything to The Gleichen-Cluny United Fund
waiting to hear back about a $125,000 her and she will live on in our thoughts and will be
grant application with the Community forever missed. One life lesson she tried to instill in
The family of Margaret McArthur
The William Stangness Family
A Gift with a Difference
Facility Enhancement Program. Anoth- her children was to always see the best in people.
The Hussar Square & Compass Why not purchase one of
A special thank-you to the staff at Sagewood AgeC-
er $50,000 from the Hitmen would be Beneficent Society
are for the exceptional care they gave Chleras for the
The Standard Seniors and Lionettes
John Godsman’s books,
enough to break ground this summer past three and a half years. If family and friends so
on a new playground. desire, memorial tributes in Chleras’s memory may Merle Marshman ‘Remembering Our Roots’
Upon hearing they were a finalist, be made to the Alzheimer’s Society. Joe & Dorie Harwood Estate
Murray Wise and Blanche Wise Estate Volume 1
MacDonald was instructed to create a Chleras’s wish was to be cremated and buried in the Vol. 1 - Taking orders
video showing why fans should cast family plot in Maxim SK. A service and burial to cel- Donald & Linda Murray Charitable Foundation for new reprint
their vote on the project. The video will ebrate and honor Chelas will be held in the spring Richard Cody of The Trophy Shop
Vol. 2 - Taking orders
of 2018. To send condolences, please visit Chleras’s To those making Memorial and Tree of Hope for new reprint
make the rounds on social media for
obituary at www.wheatlandfuneralhome.ca donations to Strathmore Health Services, Volume 2
all to see. Voting opened Feb. 17 on
the Hitmen website (hitmenhockey.ca)
and to the Strathmore Standard and $45 each
Strathmore Times for their support
under the Community Restoration page Discount available
and will remain open until March 2. A sincere thank you Volume 3
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MLS C4163202
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development
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