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Volume 136 Issue 21 Friday, August 3, 2018 www.minnedosatribune.com 90 cents plus tax

INSIDE Bloom Judges Enjoy “Magical” Tour
this week By HILLARY MILLER

M innedosa Communi-
ties in Bloom hosted
two out-of-town judges on
Monday, July 23rd, who
evaluated the community
based on a list of criteria.
This year’s judges were

Bryce Waldon Winnipeg residents, Ro-
switha Nowak and Tanya

Memorial
Wiebe.
According to Linda
Bertram, President of the
Tournament local CIB group, they will

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not receive the results of
the evaluation until the
Provincial Communities in
Bloom conference, which
will be held in September
in Morris, MB.
However, while the
people of Minnedosa must
wait to hear the results
of the evaluation, Ber-
tram’s evaluation of the
judges was quick to come.
“They were fun ladies,” she
said, and noted that both
seemed impressed by what
Back Home they saw in Minnedosa.
They were impressed with

At Town View the CIB group’s enthusi-
asm and the work they do Photo by Darryl Holyk

Manor
to beautify the community.

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The morning judges Provincial Communities in Bloom judges Tanya Weibe (L) and Roswitha Nowak (C) enjoy a tour
tour was given by Bertram of the Cadurcis House at Heritage Village with volunteer tour guide Jan Burnside (R). Jan’s mother,
and Susan Carlson and by Marg Kingdon, a long-time museum volunteer, grew up in the designated heritage home.
Bertram and Mayor Ray
Orr in the afternoon. One gon building next door. tled in the hills. “They were impressed that enjoyed their visit to one of
of their morning stops was Some of the other In addition to some of the compost site did not Minnedosa’s newest busi-
a short break at Heritage highlights on their tour the more beautiful high- smell,” remarked Bertram. nesses, Farmhouse 50.
Village where they enjoyed included visits to Ishii lights of the community, Bertram suspects that the Judges Nowak and Wiebe
coffee or tea and home- Gardens, the new Primary the judges also visited the trip to Dalrymple’s Coun- were given an excellent
baked goodies on the front Health Care site, the cem- compost site and Ever- try Farm Greenhouse was tour of the highlights of
porch of the historic Cadu- etery, and the Lion’s Look- green Technologies, where highly enjoyed by the Minnedosa.
rcis House. They were also out Tower, which gave Dave McDonald provid- judges. “They asked a lot
given a short tour of the them a great view of the ed a tour of the regional of questions,” she said Continued
home as well as the octa- lake and community nes- waste disposal facility. adding that the judges also on Page 8

AUGUST 3RD - 2:00 - 4:00 P.M.
AY
OD
Minnedosa Horticultural Society

T Flower Show and Tea
at the Minnedosa Community Conference Centre
Sale of Flowers/Produce at 4:00 p.m.
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Minor Baseball Hosts Busy Weekend
By Hillary Miller there were about 400 to great showing for the town.
500 visitors in Minnedosa There were a lot of people

S ome major minor base-
ball action was hosted
at the MREC site from Fri-
over that weekend.
The tournament was
not really a winning or los-
that came here, that had
never been to this town
before, and they were ab-
day, July 20th to Sunday, ing tournament, but rather solutely blown away by
July 22nd. The weekend a qualifying tournament. the beauty of the valley –
saw two separate tourna- Six of the eight teams in the they said they would drive
ments, one was the AAA Peewee division moved on around and go to Clear
Provincial Qualifier in to Provincials as a result of Lake, but they had never
the Peewee division, and the weekend. McLenehan actually been in the town
the other was the Bantam did note, however, that of Minnedosa, and they
Prospects Tournament. there might have been a were blown away by it.”
Both tournaments were winning team at the end of Organizing, setting
Baseball Manitoba sanc- the weekend, but that the up and running such a
tioned events. players were rained out on busy weekend is not a
The weekend brought Sunday, and so all teams one-person job and Terry
13 teams and 200 players involved voted to have is thankful for the army of
to Minnedosa. This con- qualifying points come local volunteers who do a
sisted of eight teams in the from the formula based on variety of important tasks
Peewee tournament and the Round Robin tourna- from announcing, score-
five teams in the Bantam ment. While they could keeping, weed pulling,
tournament. Participating have completed the tour- Photo submitted grass cutting, and every-
teams came from all over nament after the rain, it thing else that is involved
an estimated 400 to 500 people were in Minnedosa recently during the
Manitoba, excluding Win- would have meant pushing in pulling off such a large,
nipeg. With all of the fam- some games into Monday, aaa Provincial Qualifier and Bantam Prospects Tournament. successful weekend.
ily and friends who came which would have made Now that these
out to enjoy the weekend things difficult for the AAA team, Thomas Han- were three different rep- really impressed with the two tournaments have
and cheer on the players, many people who came sen. On the Bantam side, resentatives from Baseball facilities, and they are wrapped up, the 2018
Minnedosa Minor Base- from out-of-town. there were four players on Manitoba in Minnedosa encouraging us to put in Minnedosa minor baseball
ball Past President and On the Peewee side, the prospects team. over the weekend, and he an application to host a season has now come to a
long-time volunteer, Terry there was one player from McLenehan was received positive feedback provincial championship close.
McLenehan, suspects that Minnedosa who made the pleased to say that there from them. “They were here,” he said. “It was a

SAVE OUR LAKE – Friends of Lake Minnedosa
Minnedosa Community Child Care would like to thank everyone in the SUBMITTED to build on its significant provincial government ter depth caused by major
community for supporting our Annual Packed Playhouse Fundraiser. tourism value to the com- agencies to ensure the siltation. To address these
It was a huge success! Congratulations to Lois Topping for winning the
Packed Playhouse and Caden Kostenchuk for winning T he organizing commit-
tee of Save Our Lake –
Friends of Lake Minnedo-
munity, local businesses
and Town of Minnedosa.
Stakeholders call on the
long-term survival of the
lake and accordingly the
community of Minnedo-
ongoing issues, Martineau
is hopeful all levels of gov-
ernment and stakeholders
the Winnipeg Jets Jersey!
Thank you to the following sponsors for our Packed Playhouse: sa identify deficiencies Government of Manitoba sa,” committee Chair Bri- can collaborate to develop
impacting the long-term to initiate a corrective ac- an Martineau noted. The a strategy to effectively
AG Woodworking – Allan Guillas (Playhouse)
environmental health of tion plan now to restore committee urges com- correct these deficiencies.
Delmar Commodities (Jersey)
Dianne & Elwin Becker the lake and future eco- Lake Minnedosa. munity leaders, provincial Save Our Lake –
Minnedosa Pharmacy nomic well-being of tour- “We have identified a representatives and offi- Friends of Lake Minnedo-
Minnedosa Golf & Country Club ism in the region. number of significant is- cials to proactively work sa encourages and invites
Sun Sun Lake Minnedosa is in sues with Lake Minnedosa together to Save Our Lake. active public participa-
MNP
urgent need of a revital- that we believe must be A revitalization of tion with the committee
Minnedosa Insurance
RM of Minto-Odanah ization in three key areas reviewed and corrected three key areas would miti- through its facebook page
Liberty Physio to ensure its survival and by appropriate local and gate wide fluctuations in www.facebook.com/lake-
Epicure – Kristine Loomis lake water levels, eradicate minnedosa and by urging
RBC the rapid growth of weeds official representatives of
Leg Art – Teresa Guillas
spreading at an alarming Lake Minnedosa to work
Town of Minnedosa
Pampered Chef – Yvonne Chambers rate and restore the lake’s towards its full restoration.
Raechell’s Hair & Nails storage capacity and wa-
Farmery
Sharon’s Town and Country Insurance
Avon
Poplar Ridge
Clear Lake Marina
Ewasiuk Family
Minnagro
4 Season Repair
ATTENTION
THE TOWN OF MINNEDOSA
Four Winds Concerned Citizens
HOLIDAY SCHEDULE
DOG & CAT OWNERS
Minnedosa Service Centre Open House Meeting
Sheila Carter RECYCLING & GARBAGE COLLECTION
31 Gifts – Melissa Griffin All dogs and cats within the Town of Minnedosa
Mary Kay – Heather Lewis must be licensed annually. Regarding opposing location of
*** TO BE OUT BY 8:00 A.M.***
Minnedosa Campground
Sims Law Office
A certificate of vaccination for rabies must be Four Winds Class 2 Landfill near
produced
Monday, August 6 before a license is
NO GARBAGE issued
COLLECTION
Gregg & Charlene Kingdon & Family
2014 Dog & Cat licenses are available at the
the Little Saskatchewan River on
enJoy Salon & Spa
Heritage Coop Tuesday, August 7 Town
North Office
End Garbage and Recycling highway 250 south of Sandy Lake
Owners of unlicensedCollection
Dogs & Includes Brandosa
Cats, Dogs and
& Cats
Prairie Mountain HVAC
running at large, asCabin
well Area
as nuisance and vicious Sandy Lake Drop In Centre
We would also like to extend a huge thank you to the Minnedosa Covenant
Church for donating 50% of the funds raised to us from their Fun Fest BBQ, as
animals are subject to various penalties and Tuesday August 7th, 2018 at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday,
charges.August 8 of SouthEast
A copy Cornerby-law
animal control Garbage Collection
2478 is
well as to Westman Communications and Heritage Coop for choosing us as the
recipients of their annual Charity BBQ. All funds from these donations will be available at the Town Office for examination by
Friday, Augustany
10 person SouthWest Corner
during regular Garbage Collection
hours.
Everyone is welcome.
put towards our infant room expansion project.
Recycling Collection – South End

The Town of Minnedosa
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Bryce Waldon Memorial Tournament
By Hillary Miller

T he Bryce Waldon Me-
morial Baseball Tour-
nament was held in Rapid
City on Friday, July 20th
and Saturday, July 21st.
The tournament, which
was held at the Rapid City
Ball Diamonds had twelve
teams registered, and
managed to raise $4,500.
Waldon was a kind,
File photo
community oriented
young man, who was excit- above, Bryce Waldon
edly embarking on a new tragically passed
adventure with his new
away in December.
wife, Caryn, and the child
she was carrying. Bryce
passed away in December at right, The Glaston
2017 after tragically falling Guzzlers team at the
from the roof of the house first annual Bryce
he and Caryn were build- Waldon Memorial Photo submitted
ing near Rapid City. Tournament.
It is for Bryce that this ple come out to the tour-
baseball tournament was unteers who ran it. Addi- nament truly emphasized
held. Caryn approached tionally, Bayes pointed out

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event.
• The most profitable cereal crop
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Bryce’s name to honour a Bryce played commu- that lined up to help in any
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he stood for,” concluded
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of community event that for many years to come.
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Bryce would have loved Bayes noted that a
2-3 weeks to complete.
and supported, and it baseball tournament was a
would be a good way to good way to honour Bryce,
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Darryl a.Holyk - PublisHer anD eDitor

Around Good Things Happening in Riding Mountain

Town...
dale Municipality and the Riverdale Recreation Com-
mission.
Under The Dome Prairie View Municipality has received $1,500
By under the Dutch Elm Disease Management Program
administered by the Department of Sustainable De-
By Darryl Holyk GREG NESBITT velopment.
Riding Mountain MLA Several residents and former residents of the Rid-
ing Mountain constituency have been appointed to
Busy weekend ahead… boards by the Provincial Government. Harold Reid of
Brandon was appointed to a two-term on the board
The long-awaited August long weekend is upon us
which means a busy weekend of classic rock music for
Minnedosa. Earlier this week, fans began arriving in
D ue to the blackout on government announce-
ments during the recent St. Boniface by-election,
I was unable to write a column that detailed some
of Manitoba Hydro. Reid, who grew up in Isabella,
is a Chartered Professional Accountant with Sensus
Partnership of Chartered Accountants. David Klassen
Minnedosa for this weekend’s much-anticipated Rock-
of the good things that have happened in the Riding of Russell, a licensed funeral director with Braendle-
in’ the Fields of Minnedosa. Many businesses, includ-
Mountain constituency. Bruce Funeral Service, was appointed to a three-year
ing The Tribune, will be closed on Monday, August 6th
I am pleased to announce that several projects term as a member of the six-person Funeral Board of
which is a civic holiday. Since 2014, this day has been of-
have been funded in the constituency by the Depart- Manitoba. The Board is committed to enhancing fu-
ficially known as Terry Fox Day in Manitoba. The local
ment of Sport, Culture and Heritage over recent weeks. neral and cemetery services within a fair, ethical and
UCT group is gearing up for the annual Minnedosa Terry
The Beef and Barley Festival, held every October in transparent marketplace. Bryan Purdy of Winnipeg,
Fox Run next month. See Coming Events for more details
Russell, was awarded an operational grant of $2,069 who is the son of the late Ron and Margaret Purdy of
on the local run.
under the Community Festivals and Events program. Shoal Lake, was appointed to a one-year term on the
Two area regional libraries received operational board of directors of the newly-created Crown corpo-
Increased Police Presence… grants. Minnedosa was awarded $36,423, while Rapid
City received $19,321. The Classic Garden Inc. in Birtle
ration Efficiency Manitoba. The mission of Efficiency
There will be an increase in police presence this Manitoba is to reduce power costs Manitobans pay
weekend during Rockin’ the Fields of Minnedosa. A received funding of $404 to support Spring Classes at and to deliver improved energy saving programs, in a
Manitoba Public Insurance funded program will fi- the Theatre. The Shell Valley Romanian and Ukrainian cost-effective manner. Jim Irwin of Lake Audy is one
nance the additional police resources for the August Orthodox Church Cemetery was awarded $5,097 un- of eight members appointed to the Expert Advisory
long weekend. Through this program, checkstops will der the Heritage Grants Program. Council for the Climate and Green Plan. The panel will
be conducted and there will be additional roving patrols Phase One of the Open Air Museum on Russell’s advise the government on implementing the Made-
in an attempt to deter and apprehend impaired drivers. Main Street was granted $10,000 under the Heritage in-Manitoba Climate and Green Plan.
There is also expected to be enforcement of other areas Grants Program. Work continues on curve realignment, pass-
of the Highway Traffic Act, Liquor Gaming Control Act Green Team funding was awarded to nearly ev- ing lanes and paving on Highway #10 just south of
and the Criminal Code. This same program was utilized ery town and municipality in the Riding Mountain Minnedosa. The project, which began in 2016, is ex-
in Minnedosa during the 2017 August long weekend and constituency for grounds maintenance, conservation, pected to be completed later this summer. Highway
was deemed successful and is hoped to continue in the community beautification and childrens and youth #16 from Newdale to Basswood received another layer
year’s ahead. recreation projects. A total of $78,336 from the De- of asphalt earlier this spring to complete work on the
partment of Municipal Relations was divided between stretch between Newdale and the junction of High-
the Binscarth Park and Pool, Cardale Sports Commit- ways #16 and #10. Work is underway to pave Highway
Familiar Faces At Reunion… tee, Little Saskatchewan River Conservation District, #83 north for 17.4 kilometres from the junction of Pro-
A number of locals, including Ye Old Editor, made Minnedosa and District Recreation Commission, vincial Road #482. Also included is a thin lift overlay
the pilgrimage to Austin, MB to take in the 64th Annual Municipality of Russell-Binscarth, Oak River Com- of pavement on Provincial Road #592 heading into
Manitoba Thresherman’s Reunion and Stampede. This munity Association, Prairie View Municipality, Rural Inglis. A hill on PR #482 is being cut down and inter-
year’s reunion, which ran from July 26th to 20th, fea- Municipality of Ellice-Archie, Rural Municipality of section improvements are being done on the turnoff
tured International Harvester as its showcase line of an- Oakview, Rural Municipality of Yellowhead, Rossburn to the Asessippi Ski Area.
tique equipment. A number of local area residents lend a Recreation Commission, Town of Minnedosa, River-
helping hand at the long-running festival each year and
a few familiar faces were spotted throughout the grounds
in the Pioneer Power Parade, Homesteaders Village
Blacksmith Shop, General Store and Barber Shop. If you Letters to the Editor can be sent to editor@minnedosatribune.com or Box 930, Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0
haven’t attended the reunion for some time, make plans
to check it out next year as it will be celebrating its 65th Views expressed in Letters to the Editor are those of the writer and
anniversary - a pretty amazing run for an annual festival! are not necesarily the views of The Tribune, its owner or staff.

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Manitoba Should Not Privatize
Air Ambulance and Water Bombers
Ye O l d
Letters
Dear Editor, cheaper to outsource both

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to of these essential services.

C onfidential docu- A government spokes-

the Editor
ments reported in man stated that the expres-
April shows the Pallister sion of interest is currently
government was interested being developed. In other
in privatizing the govern- words, by the time you find
ment’s air service branch. out it will be a done deal.
This past week the gov- uidating an essential pub- Air ambulance is In closing, I encour-
ernment press conference lic service to balance the an essential service sav- age Manitobans to contact 1888 – Work is progressing rapidly on the M and N.W.
stated they are exploring books in the short term is ing thousands of lives their MLA on this matter. Railway extension west and trains of material are passing
the option of privatizing not a wise move. The prov- throughout the province. through Minnedosa on a regular basis, sometimes three
both services. This would ince owns and maintains Manitoba forest fires are a Sincerely, or four a day.
mean the sell off of the 22 aircrafts providing air reality so why are we chop-
public fleet of air ambu- ambulance service to ru- ping our water bombers. Inky Mark, 1898 – The masons have commenced on the stonework
lances and water bombers. ral and remote communi- With global warming for- Dauphin, MB on P.J. McDermott’s new store and the work will now be
This is short term ties as well as for forest fire est fires numbers will only pushed rapidly ahead. Editor’s Note: This building cur-
thinking on the part of the suppression throughout increase. Does this govern- rently houses Liberty Physiotherapy and Minnedosa
Pallister government. Liq- the province. ment really believe that it’s Chiropractic.

Underwhelmed by McDonalds Claim 1908 – The roads in the Hazelwood District have been
made more passable under the supervision of J.R. Bor-
thistle, by filling up holes, putting in culverts and making
grades.
Dear Editor, premiums, yet once a criti- level of environmental and ing the desire of agri-food
cal mass was achieved the operational sustainability - processors and retailers to
1918 – Cattle and horses running at large on the high-
I was rather under- premiums
whelmed by recent and anyone that wasn’t
press regarding McDon- “Farm
disappeared

Assured” had
for McDonalds!  The same
McDonalds whose menu
items are generally consid-
environmentally “green-
wash” their corporate im-
ages in the eyes of the con-
ways are a nuisance to everyone except their owners.
This is a nuisance that should be abated and herd laws
alds starting to sell “cer- their produce discount- ered junk food contribut- sumer. What they are really are well thought of whenever tried.
tified sustainable beef”.  ed in the marketplace. ing to the obesity epidemic trying to buy for $20 is the
Claims that this is the I predict Canada will and include a throw away trusted reputation farmers 1948 – Crop damage, estimated at 80 percent, was
first such program in the follow the same path as Chinese made plastic toy and ranchers have built caused by the hail storm Saturday night.
world don’t bear much Scotland with the cattle with every “kids meal”? I’d up over generations. I’m
scrutiny. Having read the producer left to shoul- like to know where the sus- sorry, but mine isn’t for
program production pro- der the burden of ongo- tainability, environmental sale and I won’t be partici-
1958 – Town Council has repealed the 20 mile-an-hour
zone speed limit for the beach road and cars can now zip
tocols, I can assure you ing costs and regulation or otherwise, is in this case, pating in any such scheme. 
along at 30 miles-an-hour! This is due to the new paving
they are considerably to meet the standards in and who is auditing them?   
that did away with the dust. The one miles of new paving
less rigorous than those I perpetuity for no financial   I think the real driver Iain Aitken,
along the beach road extends from the town to the beach.
was meeting for the Scot- benefit. With only $20 per of this program is fulfill- Belmont, MB
tish Farm Assurance pro- head being used as the
gram in the early 1990s.  bait in the trap -- and this 1968 – Despite rain and wind, the 1968 edition of the
  My experience with being paid to the feedlot Farmers’ Festival was a success. Some highlights includ-
that program doesn’t en- operator -- the rancher ed over 60 floats in the parade, young Rick Burgess win-
courage me that there likely won’t get enough to ning first place in the Burgess Solo Store car in the soap
will be any benefit to Ca- buy a Big Mac the day he is box derby and over 800 people attending the Wilf Carter
nadian cattle producers in town selling his calves!  Show Saturday night at the arena.
from this program in the   What really rankles me
long run. The Scottish though, is that farmers and 1978 – Two new businesses will open soon; Linda
model similarly encour- ranchers must be certified Young will operate a ladies’ wear boutique and Keith
aged early participation as having production prac- Timmons will operate a television sales and service busi-
with the promise of market tices attaining a certain ness that is expected to include a Radio Shack franchise.
Both are expected to make a substantial impact on the
town’s trading area.

Tribune Founder 1988 – The Erickson 4-H Beef Club Grand Champion
William Gibbens Market Steer was a 1,190 pound steer raised by club
Born - 1854 at London, England member Terry Woychyshyn Jr. The Erickson Co-op pur-
chased the steer at $1.80 per pound and then resold it to
Died - February 20, 1932
Stewart Cattle Company of Russell. Stewart went on to
at Cornwall, Ontario show the steer at the Calgary Stampeded where it was
named Grand Champions Steer and was awarded $5,000
in prize money.

1998 – Stg. Eric Davidson commenced duty as the
Rockin the Fields received $5,000 from the new sergeant for the Minnedosa RCMP detachment last
Minnedosa & District Foundation to upgrade their Monday. Originally from New Brunswick, Davidson has
spent much of his 25 year career in Manitoba.
CERTIFIED CLOSED CELL ROOFING FOAM AND COATINGS lighting and sound system from the stage area to
SPRAY FOAM
POLYUREA FAST SET
BLOWN IN ATTIC INSULATION the campgrounds. This is a safety issue that 2008 – A new history book of the Cadurcis District is
COATINGS AND LININGS VACUUM INSULATION REMOVAL they were addressing. being compiled by a group of district residents. The book
For more information call: For more info or to make a donation to the Foundation go to will cover the time period from 1971 to present. An early
history was published in 1953 with a small supplement
204-867-7264 or 204-212-0232 www.minnedosafoundation.com.
printed in 1970.
Email: mcrealfoam@live.ca (4-ALT-TFN)
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Cadurcis News Joint Landfill Info Sessions Held
By Doreen TroTT

C ongratulations to Cody Northam and Laurette Du-
puis who were married in Battleford, SK on July 21st.
All the members of the Northam family attended.
Congratulation also to Clayton and Margaret Ware-
ham who celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary in
the company of family and friends. The afternoon began
with water sports at Beautiful Butterfield Lake. This was
followed by a roast pork supper. The evening terminated
with fireworks at dark. Many more Clayton and Margaret.
Sympathy is extended to the Greer family on the re-
cent passing of cousin Roy Greer. Also sympathy is ex-
tended to Malcolm and Shirley Rose on the passing of
cousin Gerald Reid, Sympathy is also extended to the
Osborne family of Newdale on the passing of an uncle.
Sympathy goes out to the relatives of the late William Photo by Hillary Miller
Struthers who passed away at the Personal Care Home in
Kindersly, SK. By Hillary Miller According to Huisman, “We answered with facts that
Rob and Natasha Greer and family of Nesbitt and have been established in the feasibility study.” Some of

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Shaun, Christine and Hunter Greer of Kenmay visited n Friday, July 27th, information sessions were held the more technical questions that we couldn’t answer at
with Jim and Nancy Greer on Sunday. The occasion was in Newdale and Sandy Lake to present residents these meeting are expected to be addressed at the up-
Robert’s birthday. Happy Birthday Robert! with the facts surrounding the proposed joint landfill site coming public meetings. One of the primary concerns
that will be developed in the area in the next year and a voiced by residents was the process and lack of commu-
half. Additional sessions will be held this month. nication surrounding the project.
There were about 35 to 40 people who attended each Despite some concerns amongst residents, Huisman
Have a news tip session, and residents mainly supported the new land- added, “We feel that the project is good for the 4,000 full-
or story idea? fill, but Municipality of Clanwilliam-Erickson council- time residents and the cottage and summer residents as
lor Don Huisman noted that the sessions did highlight a well.”
Let us know! number of ratepayer concerns. The two hearings were the first in a line of informa-
204-867-3816 Residents who attended the sessions presented tion sessions, and more information will be provided to
editor@minnedosatribune.com questions regarding the location, the process and some those interested at the future sessions.
of the environmental concerns surrounding the project.

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More Minnedosa Than Expected at Fringe Festival
SUBMITTED on her music event stage sythe, she had an interest ing an impact, especially
management experience in Socialism, so the sub- for folk interested in Mani-

S ome serendipity hap-
pened at the Winnipeg
Fringe Festival recently.
and her sound production
skills. This would be her
first Fringe, and her first
ject of the 1919 Winnipeg
General strike caught her
attention and she chose
toba’s history of Socialism.
Bill Pritchard’s Address
to the Jury is one of the
The 2018, 31st annual venture into live theatre. Lakevold’s play. few, First Run, Manitoba
festival staged hundreds of So, once Lakevold had And so, unexpectedly, plays, and that puts it into
plays across almost thirty his small troupe in place, three of the four mem- a category that is subject to
venues, over 12 days and his theatre company, Root bers of the Root Sky The- some further peer review,
true fans of the festival Sky Productions launched atre Troupe haled from but Lakevold is uncon-
have their complicated the production. Writing Minnedosa. It absolutely cerned about that. Both
systems. They follow. They began in earnest and the gelled the project. Mum- Forsythe and Lakevold
frequent. But there has project entered the re- mery’s enthusiasm was hope to stage the produc-
not usually been a strong hearsal stage. Forsythe, a contagious. She loved the tion again, in Brandon, for
Minnedosa connection to professional actor and act- set design and created folk who could not make it
the Fringe, although this ing coach, was up to the lighting transitions that to the fringe. Next year is
year was the exception. challenge of a monologue moved the play seamless- the centennial of the 1919
Minnedosa play- which required extensive ly. Winnipeg General Strike,
wright, Dale Lakevold, is memorization before his At the time of writing, so the topic is timely. The
a seasoned Fringe Festival character could truly be five of the eight shows have play is short, under forty
participant. He has written born. McLennan was giv- been staged, with only minutes, so logistically,
and staged award-winning en a sense of Lakevold’s vi- three to go. Audiences have there may be further op-
Fringe Plays in the past, sion and followed his leads been modest, 20 to 35 for portunities for people to
and some time ago, the to help with preparing sets most shows, but gradually hear and see Lakevold’s
seed of an idea for a new and sourcing sound effects growing in number. The vision. But ultimately, the
play germinated in the and music licenses. By reviews have been positive main goal has been met,
mind of the Brandon Uni- early July the production or neutral. Dramas at the and all four crew mem-
versity professor of creative was in place and being Photo submitted Fringe are seldom a box of- bers, Actor, Writer, Stage
writing. He took the idea fine-tuned in rehearsal, to fice smash, and Lakevold Manager and Technician
to the head of the Drama meet the rigorous specs of James Forsythe, Head of the Brandon has been approached after are pleased with the fin-
department at BU, James the Fringe Festival, as well University Drama Department. every show by enthusias- ished goods.
Forsythe, an informal pact as the logistics of travel- tic audience member who
was formed and the stage ing to and from the city to rehearsal, and then the were so surprised. And were grateful to hear a 100-
play, Bill Pritchard’s Ad- stage eight shows. opening show, the Fringe when Hayley Mummery year perspective on the so-
dress to the Jury was born. In the meantime, the technician and McLennan, learned that Lakevold was cialist ideas at the founda-
Lakevold knows his staff and volunteers of the who was serving to deliver also from Minnedosa, the tion of the 1919 Winnipeg If your label reads
way around the illustri-
ous Winnipeg Fringe Fes-
Winnipeg Fringe Festival the sound cues, relaxed threesome was in disbelief.
were recruiting and pre- and began talking. As it happens, Mum-
General Strike. Forsythe’s
performance has risen to
18/07/31
Ê It’s time to renew
tival and how to make a paring venues and techni- “What?” said the mery, who is in the final the occasion and his char-
great play, simply. He had cians to support each and Fringe Sound designer, year of her degree in The- acter has grown in sensi- your subscription!
his vision for sets and he every play. Hundreds of “You are driving in for atrical Production Design tivity and intensity. It is an
knew how his play, loosely skilled sound and lighting these shows! That is bru- at the University of Winni- interesting, and somewhat
204-867-3816
framed by the 1919 Win- techs, and stage designers tal!” peg, and also dances mod- academic, play, and is hav-
nipeg General Strike could were sourced and stepped “It’s not that bad,” said ern and Celtic for inde-
be staged and delivered up to work the long hours, McLennan. “It’s only two pendent productions, had
but he needed one more haul the heavy equipment, hours, and the highway is reviewed the synopses of
participant. and create theatre magic great.” the ten shows that would
Early in the spring, from behind the scenes. “Oh, where do you be staged in Venue 11.
he contacted fellow Upon their arrival at live?” the tech absently re- She would be in charge of
Minnedosan, Nancy Venue 11, the Root Sky plied. five of the shows. It was a
McLennan to see if she Troupe was introduced “Minnedosa.” very demanding schedule,
would serve the project to their assigned techni- She turned and stared delivering as many as five
in sound design and stage cian. She would oversee McLennan in the face. shows every day, and she
management. McLennan, the venue, and deliver “What! That’s my home wanted shows she could
a writer and film maker, the lighting design and town!” identify with. Like Lakev-
was unsure, having not live lighting cues during Both technicians old, McLennan and For-
staged theatre before, but the eight Fringe shows.
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NEWDALE NEWS Bloom Judges
By RAVEN’S GLEN WI Many from town took Enid Clark attended Continued
in the Strathclair Fair on the National Federated from Page 1

D oug and Linda Baker
spent a family week-
end camping at Moose
July 17th, a pancake break-
fast, the parade with over
40 floats, a large display of
Women’s Institutes of Can-
ada (FWIC) Conference
held at the Fort Garry Ho-
Bertram noted that
while she was very proud
Jaw, SK with Kathy and baking, handiwork, garden tel in Winnipeg July 12th to of how good the town
Vern; Art and Tammy; produce and children’s 15th where WI members looked, and that we had so
Curtis and Jody from July art were all judged. The from across Canada at- much to showcase, “I had
13th to 16th. While there, Cameron Connection en- tended. Discussions were hoped that more commu-
they had Mervin and Lex tertained in the afternoon held on resolutions, the nity and business people
Pedersen. Carl and Ro- before a cold plate supper “downsizing” of the FWIC would have come and had
berta Pedersen and fam- was served. The gymkha- Board and other business lunch with us.” This being
ily also joined them, then na, light and heavy horse pertaining to the organiza- said, Bertram did note that
Ashley and Joshua and show and cattle judging tion. The President of WI’s the barbeque lunch hosted
family joined them from took place throughout the international organization, at Tanner’s Park was still a
Medicine Hat, AB. On the day. The Legion sold tick- the Associated Country success, and that the judg-
Sunday, Stan and Martha ets on a 50/50 draw and the Women of the World, Ruth es enjoyed the stop, as well
Born arrived for a visit as lucky winner of $500 was Shanks of Australia, also as the family of aboriginal
did Cody Baker, who was Barb Pedersen of Newdale. attended. All the speakers dancers including Joshua
trucking in the area. We’re sending birth- were superb, the Manitoba and Ravine Letander and
Congratulations to day wishes to Gerald Wat- entertainment showcased their three children, who
Katelyn and Jordan Reimer kins who celebrates his was amazing and overall it entertained the crowd in
on the birth of their sec- big day at the end of July. was a very successful con- the park. There was also
ond child, a daughter, born Wishing you many more ference. The next one, in music provided by Cam
June 30th. Very excited big Gerry! 2021, will be held in New- Farr Superstar Music.
brother Toby and grandma We send sincere con- foundland! They day wrapped up
and grandpa, Donna and gratulations to Heather Congratulations to with a delicious dinner at
Terry Baker along with Duncan who has been Bruce Robertson who cel- the Golf Course, which al-
great grandparents Doug named the Dean of Educa- ebrated that “brown enve- lowed the judges one last
and Linda Baker were all tion at Brandon University. lope birthday” last week! opportunity to ask ques-
thrilled to meet the little A well-deserved honour Bob and Willene tions and make comments
one. One of her first out- Heather, after so many Young had Muriel McCal- before heading home.
ings was to Strathclair Fair years of hard work acquir- lum of Boissevain visit in “This was my first time
where four generations ing several degrees as your early July. Muriel is Nan- as a Community in Bloom
of the Baker family rode career progressed! Her cy’s mother and grandma judge,” said Roswitha, “I Photo by Roswitha Nowak
horses in the parade; great- two sons, Graham and Bob to Roger and Nancy’s chil- was so impressed with the
grandpa Doug, grandpa and their families must be dren, Zach and Carleigh. warmth and charm of the An amazing and colourful Aboriginal
Terry, mother Katelyn and very proud of their Mom’s tour guides, residents, and dance demonstration was one of the highlights
son Toby! accomplishments! the beauty of the commu- of the Communities in Bloom BBQ lunch
nity.” After a day spent in in Tanner’s Park.

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Minnedosa, she rued the
fact that she had never the lookout, to your ‘Dam I was taken on a magical
taken the time to gather walk’ with the beach area, tour to see the community

Tuesday at 12 Noon
“the unique aspects that I was impressed with the through your eyes, and am
were so ably presented by green space and availabili- so appreciative of the time,
Minnedosa’s many volun- ty for the residents to enjoy planning and dedication
teers. “From starting with this space,” commented that all have shown.”
Roswitha. “The historical The Communities in
information and ‘high tea’ Bloom group did a won-
was such a high note in the derful job of showcasing
tour. Touring the recycling Minnedosa, and ensuring
and landfill area was so in- that the community looked
structional and interesting. its best for the judges’ visit.

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It’s Good To Be Back Home Again
By DARRYL HOLYK outdoor access. The previ- are concerned with some
ously dark and dingy hall- of the new interior doors

I t has been a long, drawn-
out process, but some
former Town View Manor
ways have been upgraded
with new light-coloured
flooring, wall colours and
that have been installed.
Some of these doors are
very heavy and are difficult
residents, such as Mary bright LED lighting. Card for some senior residents
Dyck, are now once again access is required for com- to open. The biggest con-
settled back within the mon areas such as the cern for many is that while
walls of Minnedosa’s high- sixth floor gathering space. the interior is complete,
rise housing complex. This space, still somewhat the exterior landscaping
Mary returned to her familiar from before the is still very much under-
newly renovated suite deep refresh, has also un- way making the outdoor
on the third floor on May dergone a major facelift space at Town View Manor
28th and is happy to be and has been redesigned somewhat unsightly and
back home. “I am glad to to include washrooms and still very much a construc-
be back,” said Mary. “I ex- storage. Next door, the tion zone. Residents are
pected everything to be the kitchen has also been to- looking forward to when
same and was a bit disap- tally redesigned with new exterior work is completed
pointed at first. But now I cupboards, appliances so that they can enjoy the
am happy with the chang- and stainless steel counter building’s outdoor space
es. I guess it was a good Photo by Darryl Holyk tops. A new pass-through with freshly cut lawn,
thing to be moved out for can be found between the shrubs and flowers.
construction.” Town View Manor resident, Mary Dyck, is happy to be kitchen space and com- Although the Town
Mary, along with all re-settled in her suite at Town View Manor. Mary is pictured mon area. View Manor has graced the
of the other Town View in her brand new renovated kitchen. While there are nu- skyline of Minnedosa for
Manor residents received merous upgrades and im- over forty years, the recent
notice in late December ceived notification that a wide ledge or sill on the dent’s safety and privacy provements to the build- “deep refresh” has made
2015 that the entire build- the deep refresh of the inside of the suite One issues, no names are listed ing, there are still some the building look and feel
ing would be undergoing building was complete side of the window opens on the directory, only suite concerns for residents like a brand new, mod-
a major renovation known and private visits to tour for fresh air flow while the numbers. returning to Town View ern facility which should
as a “deep refresh” and that the newly renovated build- other side has a remov- Immediately east of Manor. Some are sad to provide comfortable, safe
all residents would have to ing were being scheduled. able glass panel to accom- the main entrance is an see that the shuffleboard housing for local residents
be relocated by May 31st, Mary knew right from the modate the installation of office space accessible table and piano are gone for many more years to
2016. Obviously, for many, start that she wanted to a window air condition- from the lobby and a care- from the sixth floor com- come.
this was a bit of a shock move back into her former ing unit, if they so choose. taker’s suite with a private mon room while others
and somewhat concerning suite but during the private Each window also features
– having to pack up, leave tour she was shown a few new roller blinds.
the space you call home other suites to consider. Another change is the
and being unsure where She turned these down interior décor. Previously,
you might move to during and moved back into the most of the suites featured
TUESDAY, AUGUST 7
the construction process. space she had previously original tile flooring and
white walls. The suites
now feature new flooring
and a light beige-taupe
wall colour which makes
each suite feel a little more
homey and cozy. There are
also new frosted glass wall
sconces with bright LED NEW!
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lighting.
Perhaps the most no-

SESSIONS
ticeable upgrade to the
suites are the redesigned
kitchens with brand new
Photo by Darryl Holyk cupboards and appliances.
In the previous design, the
Mary and her husband, occupied which has a great kitchen had a counter jut
Isaac, first moved to Town view of the north hills. out between the kitchen 18081aa2
View Manor in 2010 from While some of the and living room space. The Check out an upcoming Assiniboine program
their farm in the Cadurcis suites in Town View Manor new, reworked kitchens information session and discover why more
District. When Isaac moved were pretty much origi- have a more user-friendly, and more people choose college.
to Minnedosa Personal nal from when the build- open living design. Chat with our informative staff at our Victoria Avenue East campus in Brandon on
Care Home four years later, ing first opened in 1974, In addition to the pri- Tuesday, August 7 and find out more about the college’s hands-on programs.
Mary continued to occupy Mary’s suite had been vate residential suites, To register and for more information, call 204.725.8750
the suite on the north side one of a few that had visitors to the Town View or email recruit@assiniboine.net.
of the Manitoba Housing been upgraded before she Manor will notice many
complex. When notice to and Isaac moved in eight changes to the public and
relocate came, the search years ago. Even so, there common areas of the facil- 11:30 a.m. or 12:30 p.m. start
for a temporary home for are a number of notable ity. The first upgrade will » Business Administration » Medical Administration
Manor residents began. changes. The entire build- welcome you at the front » Comprehensive » Office Management
While some residents had ing features exterior siding door on the south side of Health Care Aide » Office Skills
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was fortunate to find hous- insulation over the former to access the resident di-
ing here in Minnedosa at concrete, the windows rectory to be rung-in for
Kinsmen Court. have now been extended entry. Now, a new, digital
Earlier this year, for- outward from where they directory is located outside assiniboine.net/infonight
mer Manor residents re- previously sat. This leaves the main door and for resi-
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Moments in Riding Mountain: Rest Well, Charlie
By KeN KiNGdON the company of siblings, shone. Haying weather, as move especially in the
nephews and nieces, ba- I say. event that we couldn’t start from afar. These social vis- produce, etc, etc.

W e laid my dad, Char-
lie, to rest at the Fair-
mount Cemetery in early
bies, dogs, a friendly cat or
two, and of course dessert.
Long-time neighbours
With the crops in the
ground, and the spraying
done, hot July days meant
the chore tractor on some
distant winter day.
So, every year we
its would generally include
a gaggle of cousins from
British Columbia. When
I lied. We have a tiny
patch of raspberries be-
hind the house, and the
July. It was a typical July came along, far from emp- haying time was the focus would bale 400 or 500 al- the BC cousins arrived, sweet red fruit were just
day for the prairies, hot ty handed. The Currahs of summer farm work. Not falfa square bales, and there would be a much- begging to be made into
and dry, with blue sky and brought loaves of home- that I want to overstate later in the fall, maybe a anticipated flurry of ac- jam. Well, that was a bit
white puffy clouds. A per- made bread, whose thick my role in the whole pro- couple of thousand straw tivity - camping, bonfires, of slippery slope, and sud-
fect day for haying, but in slices were Charlie’s favou- cess, especially in the early square bales. and raucous games of kick denly those discounted
the end, a perfect day for rite snacking treat. Marion years. Baling alfalfa seems the can. pints of over-ripe straw-
saying goodbye too. McNabb brought her An- Alfalfa square bales to be more memorable – Farm work, though, berries at our local farm-
Charlie had passed gel Food cake, made from were heavy, and being a the bales were heavier of couldn’t wait, so there was er’s market were also beg-
away back in the winter scratch, and a cranberry scrawny runt of a kid, it course, and haying dur- also shared communion ging to be processed.
and the summer inter- pie, whose stinky socks meant that my role was ing the summer heat, with in the chores and in hay- Needless to say, I’m
ment, to be laid to rest smell evoked memories of limited to raking the hay so dust and chaff sticking ing. In that same spirit, we into full-on jam and freezer
beside my mom, Joan and past Thanksgiving meals. that it would dry, using the to sweaty necks while we were so glad that the BC stuffing. The only sad part
older brother Dave, was It was also one of the few little International 300 and bounced across the old cousins joined us to help is that I am running out of
a chance to have a true desserts that the children a wheel rake. hay field pockmarked by lay Charlie to rest. Perhaps both freezer space and jam
gathering of the clan. The left untouched for their el- However, haying in badger and gopher holes they too felt the call of the jars! My wife’s patience, on
service was simple; a few ders. the late 1970s was a time are seared in my memory. fine haying weather and the other hand, seems to
official words, followed by Mark D, arriving after of transition on the King- And there is nothing shared memories. be holding out - for now.
some heartfelt thoughts by supper, brought a flask of don farm. Round bales like the taste of the luke-
family and friends. sipping whiskey as a di- were being adopted, and warm water from a 1970s Nature Notes: Ken Kingdon currently
In the follow-up pot- gestif, much appreciated although we didn’t own a era Thermos water jug. lives near, and works in,
luck at the home farm, the to help settle the stomach round baler, Max McNabb Yet, despite the on- I made a promise to Point Pelee National Park
supper spread would have after eating too much. would be hired to roll up a farm work, July would be Rae, that during our stay in southern Ontario. He
been greatly appreciated During this time, the fair number of bales for us. the time that Charlie and in Point Pelee, I would still considers the park-
by Charlie. He was the children ran, the dogs Dad, being a practical fel- Joan would be sure to wel- forgo the making of jams, land of Manitoba his home
Grand Doge of the King- barked, there was laugh- low, liked to have a few come family and visitors the freezing of garden though.
don family and loved noth- ter and remembrances. square bales in reserve,

Basswood News
ing better than enjoying And all the while, the sun ones that were easy to

By Zelda FirBy Congratulations to Marla, Kirsten and
Fred Brown, a resident of Colton Pearce of Calgary,

C onn and Diane Derk-
sen of Kelowna, BC
were early summer visitors
the Minnedosa Personal
Care Home who celebrat-
ed his 92nd birthday recent-
AB returned home Mon-
day after spending ten
days with the Stan Firby’s.
with Brad and Sue Ross. ly.

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●Birth of Child lumbers using a planer. Tri-J industries also proposes to install a grinder to
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HELP WANTED TENDERS IN MEMORIAM

Opportunities at Elkhorn Resort In Precious Memory
SHAWN COOPER
August 4th, 2014
Located near Riding Mountain National Park, Elkhorn Resort Spa &
Conference Centre is a great place to nurture your career! We’ve got He never thought
when leaving home,
a fantastic team environment, competitive wages, offer great benefits, He would never more return,
staff discount and room to grow. Come and reach your potential with That he in death,
us! If you have a passion for hospitality, is organized and thorough, TOWN OF MINNEDOSA so soon would sleep,
and can build rapport with guests you may be successful in the position And leave us here alone.
The Town of Minnedosa is accepting tenders for: He was always there
of: RFQ 2018-05 when we needed him,
Housekeeper Victoria Bay Water Main Replacement No task to great or small,
With loving heart
Restaurant Server General information: and willing hands,
For us he did it all.
Houseman Work to include directional boring of 100m of C900 water main,
We had him close
directional boring and/or excavating of 84m C900 water main,
Front Desk Agent (part time) installation of 2 fire hydrants, and replacement of nine ¾
within our hearts,
And there he shall remain,
house service lines new main to curb stop including curb stop To walk with us
Affordable staff housing can be provided, if needed. replacement. Utility located to be arranged by contractor. throughout our lives,
Until we meet again.
Please indicate the position you are applying for when sending your resume Contractor responsible for any soft expose costs. Work must be
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1.866.355.4676 | 204.848.2802 “Love you Buddy”
Tender package available for pick up at the Town Office on Friday,
PO Box 40, 3 Mooswa Dr E, Onanole, MB R0J1N0 Mom, Dad and Jen.
(19-2) August 3, 2018. x
Any enquiry concerning the content of this Request for
NOTICE Quotation should be directed to Kevin Marcino at 204-867-0037 or In Loving Memory
of our Dear Family
TO CREDITORS mipworks@mymts.net PENNER, LASHUK,
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NOTICE TO CREDIT- Marilyn – July 31st, 2017
ORS. IN THE MATTER OF the REPLACEMENT” will be accepted at the Town of Minnedosa’s Civic
John – October 23rd, 1997
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of Manitoba, Deceased. ALL
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commencing September 2018 DATED at the City of Brandon, We would like to say a most sincere thank you to family and Sadly missed,
in the Province of Manitoba friends for all the acts of kindness shown to us on the recent loss fondly remembered
this 18th day of July, 2018. of our dear Jean, Mom, Grandma, and Great Grandma. Thank and forever loved.
If you have strong verbal and written BURGESS LAW OFFICE, John you for the meat and fruit trays, baking, meals, cards, floral ar- Elanor, Pat, Dave, Michelle
communications skills, enjoy attending W. Burgess, Q.C. Solicitor for rangements, donations in memory, visits, hugs and phone calls. (Tim), Shawna.
events and meeting new people, this the Executrices. Your support and kindness is giving us much needed strength x
through this very difficult time. Thank you to Rev. Don Thomp-
position may be for you!
CARD OF THANKS son for the special service and comforting words. Thank you
THINK
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For more information or to apply, to organist Linda Toews. Thanks to Nathan White and staff at ADVERTISING
From the bottom of our Minnedosa Funeral Services for their guidance and compas-
contact Darryl Holyk at hearts we would sincerely sion. Thank you to the Bethany Social Group for the delicious IS EXPENSIVE?
editor@minnedosatribune.com, like to thank our family for lunch served after the service. A special thank you to all the
the amazing celebration on A simple Classified
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our Ruby Anniversary. Our feel so special during her stay there. The excellent quality of ad starts at
Box 930, Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0. life has been filled with love care could not have been more perfect. As well, the love and ONLY $9.00
and happiness because of all support shown to each of us and all the little extras you did to
Looking for a full time cook to be working at RD’s On Main of you! The venue was spec- TRY ONE TODAY!
help during Mom’s last couple of weeks will never be forgotten.
in Minnedosa. The right applicant will be paid $17.50 per hour. tacular! Thank you, Barry, for In lieu of personal thank you cards, the family has made a dona-
The applicant must have two year’s experience in cooking and sharing your paradise in the
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OBITUARIES

JEAN MARY SPRAGGS ISAAC DYCK ROGER ADAM DILLABOUGH
December 17th, 1925 – October 25th, 1919 – December 17th, 1929 –
July 12th, 2018 July 29th, 2018 July 11th, 2018 

Jean Mary Spraggs, Isaac Dyck was born in Roger Adam Dillabough
passed away at the age of 92, at the Mennonite village Schoen- passed away at the age of 88 in
the Minnedosa Personal Care wiese south of Winkler, MB. his room at the Minnedosa Per-
Home with her family by her Isaac is survived by his sonal Care Home.  Rod, the eld-
side. wife Mary of 64 years; sons est of six boys born to farmers JC
Jean was born in Kel- Larry (Kerrie) and Lloyd (Bar- and Verna Dillabough, was born
wood, MB to Isaac and Abigail bara); one granddaughter, two and raised in Deloraine, Mani-
Grant. She received her educa- step grandsons, three great toba.  
tion in Kelwood. When she fin- grandchildren and five great step It was in his early 30’s,
ished school, she worked at a grandchildren; four sisters and that Rod moved to Minnedosa where
few odd jobs then joined the staff at the two brothers. He was predeceased by his he met, and later married, Marguerite
Royal Bank in Shoal Lake in 1946. parents, one sister and one brother. Lorraine Black.  Rod joined Lorraine, and her
It was in Shoal Lake, at a dance, that she met the love of When he was four, his family moved to Mexico. They stayed three young children from a previous marriage, at the Black
her life, Jim Spraggs. They were married October 15th, 1947 for 11 years and then moved back to the Winkler area. family home on Main Street in 1957.   Gladys Addean McVey
and lived on the Spraggs home farm. They were blessed with Isaac worked at home until the age of 25. During the war (1950) was the eldest of the three, followed by sons Dale Elton
three children; Beverley, Larry and Randy. In 1954, they left years, he worked at several different jobs—a lumber mill in On- McVey (1952) and William Aylmer McVey (1954).  Rod and Lor-
the farm and moved to Bethany, where Jim purchased Bethany tario, Laming Mills, BC and as a carpenter in Calgary. All this raine welcomed sons Scott Marshall in 1961 and Burke Shayne
Motors. After they purchased the garage in Bethany, she helped time he was saving money to buy a farm. in 1965.
Jim with the bookwork and also manned the garage when- In 1947, he bought a farm in the Kirkham Bridge area, In 1984, after 25 years of working for the Town of Minnedo-
ever Jim was called out to fix some machinery. She drove the southeast of Rivers, MB. After purchasing the farm, he con- sa, he retired. Rod was predeceased by Lorraine in 1982 at the
school van for a number of years and was also licensed to drive tinued working in the area for his neighbors. He worked on age of 54, daughter Dean in 1986 at the age of 36 and son Dale
the school bus! She was also a member of the Bethany Social Johnny Davidson’s cattle farm and built a barn for John Arnot. in 2017 at the age of 65.  He was also predeceased by brothers
Group. Family was very important to Jean. She liked to always During this time, he was making trips to Winnipeg to see Mary John, Jim and Murray.  After Lorraine’s passing, Rod spent the
have cookies/dainties on hand to feed the grandkids and the Thiessen. They were married on April 4th, 1954. next 25 years with partner Dorothy Holmstrom until her pass-
grown-ups as well! If she didn’t have any baking on hand, she Isaac farmed in the Kirkham Bridge area for 21 years. His ing in 2015.  Rod is survived by his brothers, Wayne and Bob,
would serve toast and jam. Visitors didn’t leave without first two sons, Larry and Lloyd were born there. In 1968, he bought sons Bill, Scott and Shayne and by twelve grandchildren and
having coffee or tea and something to eat. You never left hun- a section of land at Rapid City and farmed there for another 34 numerous great grandchildren.  
gry! After she and dad moved in to the Care Home, she often years. The family wishes to thank the doctors, nurses and care
commented that it would be nice to have a coffeepot, cups, and In 2002, after retiring from farming, Isaac and Mary moved staff at the Brandon Regional Hospital, the Minnedosa District
a wee fridge so she could feed company. She would regularly to the Cadurcis area. In 2010 they moved again—this time to Hospital and the Minnedosa Personal Care Home.  
ask one of us to pick up “another package of cookies” for her to Minnedosa. In 2015, Isaac moved into the Minnedosa Personal Rod’s big, always constant smile, will sorely be missed by
have on hand! When she had company at the Care Home, you Care Home where he had the best of care and enjoyed his re- those who loved him.   The funeral service will be held at the
were very quickly offered a cookie or a chocolate and she would maining years. Minnedosa United Church on August 23rd at 2:00 p.m.
explain that she was unable to make coffee!!! Dad was a talented craftsman and handyman. He could fix

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Her love of travel was spent with Jim as they spent time anything with nothing. He could build a piece of machinery out
camping, fishing, and visiting family near and far. Her fondest of a pile of scrap. He loved animals; always had to have a dog
trip and cherished memory was to Inuvik and Alaska in their and many cats as pets. He adapted well to his surroundings.
motor home. His religious beliefs and personal faith were a large part of his
Jean will be lovingly remembered by her daughter Bev life.
(Deryl) Habing, son Larry (Wendy) Spraggs, seven grandchil- Isaac passed away at the age of 98 years. He will be lovingly
dren (Candace and Darren, Kim and B.J., Annette and Brian, remembered by his family, neighbors and many friends.
Grant and Jena, Melissa, Pamela and Ryan, Rebecca) and ten A funeral service took place in Minnedosa on August 2nd, 2018
great grandchildren. with burial in the Cadurcis Cemetery.
She also leaves to mourn her sister Elsie; sister-in-laws Jo- Donations may be made to a charity of choice.
anne Grant, Sue Grant, Margaret Morris, Esther Spraggs, Mary Minnedosa Funeral Service in care of arrangements.
Stockwell; brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Doug and Donna www.minnedosafs.ca
Spraggs, and numerous nieces and nephews. She was pre-

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deceased by her husband Jim; son, Randy; parents, Isaac and
Abigail Grant; brothers: Bert, Bill, Walter, George; sisters, Irene,
Hazel, Audrey, Anne.
We print business cards
The family would like to thank all the staff at the Minne-
dosa Personal Care Home for the great care they gave both
in all styles and quantities. Colour Cards WE DO IT ALL!
Mom and Dad. The Care Home staff was very compassionate Stop in today prices starting at Social Tickets, Raffle Tickets,
and thoughtful to our family during the days and nights that we or call us 250 500 1000 Business Cards, Receipt Books,
sat with Mom. They were beyond phenomenal in making sure for details. $45.00 $70.00 $110.00 Posters, Colour Copying and more
we had tea, coffee, water, food and hugs. Funeral Service was
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friends so desire, donations can be made to St. John’s Cemetery,
Box 851, Minnedosa, MB. or a charity of one’s choice.
Jean will be sadly missed by her family but the memories
we have will remain in our hearts forever.
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16 Friday, August 3, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Hydro To Correct Inaccurate Bills RCMP Warn of Email Scam
SUBMITTED program puts more weight higher than expected esti- SUBMITTED that has been around for a type of hacking or scam.
on weather factors, such as mated bill is encouraged while. The suspects do not The web resource www.

I n the midst of the hot-
test summer in 30 years,
Manitoba Hydro is taking
cooling load. However, the
number of hot days this
year is so far outside our
to read their meter and call
Manitoba Hydro at 204-
480-5900 or 1-888-624-
T he RCMP in Manitoba
have started to receive
reports of a cyber-extor-
have video of the victims,
and victims should not be
afraid to report this crime
haveibeenpwned.com is a
great way to check if your
data has been breached.
steps to address unusually system’s range of experi- 9376. If the estimated bill tion where suspects are to the police. It can be startling to
high estimated bills. ence that, in some cases, is found to be high com- sending emails to victims What is causing some see an email with your
“What we are finding it is generating estimates pared to the meter reading, that reference a real pass- new attention to this previ- password in it from some-
is the extraordinary tem- considerably higher than it will be adjusted accord- word. ously seen scam is the use one threatening you. The
peratures across southern actual consumption.” ingly. Instructions for how The email states the of an actual password the RCMP does not want you
Manitoba this summer Those customers with to read your meter can be suspect has infected the victim has used in the past. to become a victim. If you
are affecting our estimate newer accounts or ac- found at www.hydro.mb.ca victim’s computer with a There are many ways the have received this email,
calculations for custom- counts with less than eight under Accounts and Ser- virus that has allowed the suspects could have gained or any similar emails, DO
ers who don’t have a lot of meter readings in the last vices. suspect to control the web- access to these passwords NOT PAY and make sure
meter readings associated 24 months appear to be Customers who al- cam. The suspect threatens – data breaches and hack- you report it to the po-
with their accounts,” said the ones getting incorrect ready received and paid a to release a video of the vic- ing are two examples. lice so we are aware of the
Paul Chard, Director of estimates. bill based on an incorrect tim taken while they were If you are still using the scams targeting our com-
Customer Care for Mani- Starting this week, the estimate will see a correc- watching pornography to referenced password for munities. Also report the
toba Hydro. company began manually tion in the next bill they get the victim’s contact list. If anything, make sure you incident to the Canadian
“Without enough me- reviewing any estimated based on an actual meter the victim pays a certain change it immediately. It is Anti-Fraud Centre, toll free
ter readings to establish residential bill over $400. reading. amount in Bitcoin, then recommended to change at 1-888-495-8501 or on-
a customer’s history of Any customer who the suspect will not release all passwords regularly to line at www.antifraudcen
energy usage, our billing has received a significantly the video. This is a scam protect yourself from any tre-centreantifraude.ca

*We accept Visa, Master Card & debit card purchases
Sale Dates: *We sell lottery tickets
*We deliver within town limits Monday - Friday at 4:00 p.m
($2 charge - $10 minimum order)
AUGUST 3RD - AUGUST 9TH * Try one of our delicious BBQ chickens!
* We sell fruit, veggie & meat trays and fruit baskets
*Senior’s Discount every Friday (65 & up) (STARTS FRIDAY 9:00 A.M. - ENDS THURSDAY 9:00 P.M.) (24 hours notice is appreciated)
*We sell R.O. water

GROCERY FROZEN FOODS
Miracle Whip asstd ................................. 890ml ...... $3.49 Furlani Texas garlic toast..................................................... 16x40g ............. $3.99
Heinz ketchup/upside down squeeze ..........750ml-1lt ...... $3.99 Chapmans frozen yogurt asstd ................. 2lt ...... $4.49
El Monterey taquitos asstd......................................................595g ............. $7.99
GM Cheerios, Toast Crunch, Nesquik, Reese Puffs326-430g .... $3.49 McCain RB straight cut ...........................................................900g ..........2/$4.00
MH tin original roast ...............................................................925g ............. $8.49

MEATS
Tostitos, Lays chips asstd ................................................ 205-295g ..........2/$6.00
Nestle coffee Crisp/Rolo milkshake .................................... 473ml ..........2/$3.00
Alymer tomatoes whole/diced/green pepper .............540-796ml ..........3/$4.00
Dole fruit n gel asstd ................................................................123g ..........2/$5.00
Campbell broth asstd ........................................................... 900ml ..........2/$4.00
BC hamburger and Tuna Helper asstd .......................... 158-233g ..........2/$4.00
ML Top Dogs reg. BBQ ............................................................450g ............. $4.39
Quaker oats quick .....................................1kg .. 2/$5.00 NN™ BBQ chicken wing assd ................................................908g ........... $11.69
Tide liquid asstd.............................. 2.04-2.2lt .... $10.99 Catch of the day basa, sole fillets ................................. 953-1.13kg ........... $10.99
Ivory Dawn ultra liquid dishwash original ......................... 573ml ............. $2.49 Frozen chicken breast bonelss skinless ...................................4kg ........... $25.99
Mr.Clean all purpose cleaner summer citrus ........................ 1.2lt ............. $3.49 PC™ smokies original, cheddar ...............................................1kg ............. $9.49
Febreeze Air Effects asstd .......................................................250g ............. $3.29 Whole chicken fresh .......................................... $2.99/lb
Eagle Brand sweetened condensed milk original .............. 300ml ..........2/$6.00
Christie Oreo, Barnum animal snack pack .................... 180-225g ..........2/$5.00 T-Bone beef steak ............................................... $7.99/lb
Kell Pop Tart asstd ...................................................................400g ..........2/$5.00 Eye of the round beef roast ...................................................................... $4.19/lb
Maple Leaf flaked meats asstd................................................156g ..........2/$5.00 Pork back ribs ........................................................................................... $4.99/lb

PRODUCE
Frenchies mustard squeeze/Dijon...............................325-400ml ..........2/$5.00
Bicks pickles baby dills/yum yum/sweet mixed ...................... 1lt ............. $3.49
Bicks pepper rings hot, sauerkraut wine ........................... 750-1lt ............. $3.49
Gatorade asstd .................................................................. 6x591ml ............. $5.29
Bear Paws asstd........................................................................240g ..........2/$5.00
Quaker Dipps/Chewy bars asstd ............................................156g ............/$2.20 Strawberries .............................................. 2lb ...... $4.99
Fruitopia strawberry passion fruit punch............................ 1.75lt ............. $2.25 GH orange, red peppers ........................................................................... $1.99/lb
Tropicana pineapple mango grapefruit............................... 1.75lt ............. $3.99 Cauliflower ..................................................................................................... $3.49
PC™ chub chocolate chip cookie dough ..............................468g ..........2/$5.00 FM Peaches ................................................................................ 3lb ............. $4.99
NN™ cheese bars asstd ............................200g .. 2/$6.00 FM mini cucumbers ...................................................................8ct ............. $2.49
Black Diamond processed cheese slices asstd ......................450g ............. $3.99 Navel oranges............................................................................................ $1.29/lb
Green cabbage ............................................................................................ $.79/lb
Green Onions ............................................................................................. $0.69ea

LUCKY DOLLAR
ALL PRICES ARE PLUS GST, PST & OTHER LEVIES WHERE APPLICABLE *WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES

Romaine Hearts .........................................................................3pk ............. $3.99

F O O D S
BAKERY
OPEN 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM, 7 DAYS A WEEK • 70 Main Street South, Minnedosa 867-2821
Country harvest bread/bagels asstd .600-680g ...... $2.50
Wonder wraps original ............................................................640g ............. $2.50
*PRICES AVAILABLE AT THE LUCKY DOLLAR IN MINNEDOSA ONLY
D’Italiano buns asstd ...................................................... 328-568g ............. $2.50

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