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INSIDE Town Council Takes Oath of Office
this week By DARRYL HOLYK

W ith the beginning
of the new month
came the beginning of the
next four years of Town
Council. The inaugural
meeting of the new council
was held on the evening of
November 1st in Council

A Chat With Chambers.
Chief Administra-
tive Officer, Cindy Marzoff
Reeve opened the meeting and
conducted the swearing
Dowsett in ceremony. First up, was

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Pat Skatch who took her
oath of office as Minnedo-
sa’s 40th mayor followed
by the swearing in of re-
turning councillors Frank
Taylor and Rick Saler as
well as recently elected
councillors Jim Dowsett,
Mark Blais, Tom Dowsett
and Grant Butler.
Following the oath of
office, Mayor Skatch called
to order, a special meeting
of council at 6:47 p.m. In Photos by Darryl Holyk
the first order of business,
Veteran Fred Mayor Skatch appointed
Councillor Taylor as Dep-
Town of Minnedosa Council
Standing (L-R): Councillors Tom Dowsett,
Brown uty Mayor. This resolution
was passed unanimously
Jim Dowsett, Mark Blais and Grant Butler.
Seated (L-R): Councillor Rick Saler, Mayor Pat
Reflects by the new council. Skatch and Deputy Mayor Frank Taylor.

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The second resolution
dealt with signing author-
ity for the Town. Signing Orr, Harvey Wedgewood reading expected to take
officers for the Town were and Rick Saler. place at the next council
appointed as Mayor Pat Council then reviewed meeting.
Skatch, CAO Cindy Mar- the organizational and Members of the
zoff, ACAO Chris Yuen, procedural bylaws and new Town Council will

Lest We Deputy Mayor Frank Tay-
lor, Councillor Jim Dowsett
and Municipal Clerk Stacy
CAO Marzoff made recom-
mendations for possible
changes and updates to
take part in a Town Staff
meet’n’greet and tour of
town facilities such as the
Town of Minnedosa Cheif Administrative Officer,
Cindy Marzoff observes as Pat Skatch takes her
Andrews. Signing authori- the bylaws. Council will re- Public Works Shop, Water

Forget ties removed from the pre-
vious council included Ray
view the bylaw and recom-
mended changes with first
Treatment plants, etc. later
this month.
oath of office as Minnedosa’s 40th mayor and the
third female to hold the head of council position
since the Town was incorporated in 1883.

NOVEMBER 17 is NATIONAL PHILANTHROPY DAY
All donations are increased by 20% each from the Winnipeg Foundation and the Province of Manitoba.
We will be accepting donations at the Minnedosa Library from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. or call 1-877-974-3631
to donate by credit card. Cheques may be dropped off to any board member before November 17th.
There is no better time to Donate to The Minnedosa & District Foundation.
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Reeve Dowsett Ready to Serve Rural Ratepayers
the Rural Municipality of stated, “It is our hope that definitely be some impact. (former Reeve) Jim (An- library and archives, rec-
Minto-Odanah on Mon- we can get more resources Dowsett feels very dersen) and the crew for reation commission, vet
day, October 29th. for the Highway foreman good about his position their work on that for sure. board, Community De-
Dowsett, who sat on by adding some manpow- as Reeve working closely I just want to maintain velopment Corp, etc. At
the R.M. council previ- er to properly maintain the with the other councilors what was completed to the the present time, they are
ously from 1995 to 2010, roads. We certainly have around the table. “I am in a best of my ability.” working closely with the
looks forward to the next not received any addition- very envious position hav- In addition to Doug as Town on the dams on the
four years in office. “I have al funding, but the bottom ing 56 years of experience Reeve, the R.M. of Minto- north end of Minnedosa
only been in the position line is that they need to still around the council table Odanah Council also in- Lake and hope to have
for a few days so far but I be maintained. It would with me, not including my cludes Ward One Council- more dams built in the
do look forward to the next also be good to offer ad- 15 years. We are very well lors –Bill Hopkins Jr., Barry near future.
few years and what all we ditional training so more experienced and I am sur- Cook and Brion Pollon, Priorities and goals
will achieve in that time,” people can run the equip- rounded by a great group Ward Two Councillors - for Minto-Odanah will be
Photo by Karen Mitchell
stated Doug. Dowsett and ment required.” Another to work with,” explained Monty Peckover, Ron Carr the hot topic of discussion
By KAREN MITCHELL wife, Karen, have four chil- potential concern will be Doug. “Not to mention the and Dennis Pearson. when council meets. The
dren and two grandchil- the affects of the recent extremely smooth transi- The R.M. of Minto- R.M. council was sched-

B orn and raised in
Minnedosa, Doug
Dowsett was officially
dren and farm northeast of
Minnedosa.
carbon tax and while Reeve
Dowsett doesn’t know just
tion when amalgamating
the two RM’s (Minto and
Odanah works closely with
the Town of Minnedosa on
uled to meet for its first
official meeting yesterday,
When asked about what the full impact will Odanah) and how things several projects such as the Thursday, November 8th.
sworn in as the Reeve of areas of concern Dowsett be, he suspects there will ran before me. Hats off to lake/dams, the regional

New Golf Pro Reflects on Fantastic First Year in Minnedosa
By KAREN MITCHELL new position during a busy port their businesses and Society Event and Teen ing eligible  for discounted pond on the third hole.
summer.” the businesses support the Challenge. The biggest ad- tournament fee, cart stor- This project will become a

W rapping

Minnedosa
up
2018 golf season,
Golf
the

and
Patrick and his wife
moved to Minnedosa in
August and are enjoy-
community. Growing up
in a small rural setting this
is something I grew to ap-
dition this year was the
Masters Golf Tournament
where prizes included two
age privileges, discount-
ed reciprocal  rates with
Neepawa and Portage Golf
very special one to the club
and there will be more de-
tails on this in the coming
Country Club (MGCC) ing the community so far. preciate and I’m thrilled trips to Las Vegas, one to Courses and other ben- months, but the project
Pro, Patrick Law, reflects “I am very lucky to have to be back involved in that the winner of the event efits. We have an amazing should be ready for the
back over his first sum- found a Head Profes- culture.” and one drawn at random. membership base so we beginning of the 2019 golf
mer in Minnedosa. “I’ve sional/General Manager Several tournaments “I hope to continue this want to give back to them season.
described this season in position this early in my were held over the season event on an even larger as much as we can and “I am very much look-
a number of ways and the career, I am even more including the Senior Men’s scale next year,” indicated have them be proud to be ing forward to next season
short answer is that it was lucky to have the position Open, Senior Ladies Open, Law. part of MGCC.” already. I have a number of
fantastic! The staff, mem- be located in a community Mixed Open, Senior Men’s Membership for the When it comes to the things that I am excited to
bers and community of as great as Minnedosa,” Fall Classic, Credit Union Club sat at slightly over 200 course itself, this year’s implement next season to
Minnedosa were extreme- explained Patrick. “It is Cup, RFM Par Three, Bran- members for 2018, which main focus was to focus get more people out play-
ly welcoming and helpful great to see a town of this don Chamber of Com- is holding par with years on course locations that ing golf and enjoying the
in my transition into this size so passionately sup- merce, Canadian Cancer past. “The board and I are were injured by the dry game of golf at Minnedosa
always looking at ways to summer last season. This Golf and Country Club,”
give golfers additional in- was accomplished by early concluded Law.
THE TOWN OF MINNEDOSA centive to become a mem- summer and the course As in year’s past, the
PUBLIC NOTICE ber at MGCC,” stated Law. flourished  throughout the Pro Shop will be open in
“This year, we added in remainder of the season, mid to late November for
BOARD OF REVISION 20 complementary range despite another very dry Christmas sales for anyone
Notice is hereby Given that the 2019 Assessment Roll for The Town of Minnedosa has been delivered to the Municipal Office buckets with every unre- summer. After the course looking to buy a special gift
at Minnedosa, Manitoba, 103 Main Street S. in the Town of Minnedosa and is open for inspection during regular business hours. stricted membership in closed for the season, for the golfer in their fam-
Applications for revision may be made in accordance with Sections 42 & 43 of the Municipal Assessment Act. addition to members be- work began to restore the ily.

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A Chat With Community Daycare Expansion
Minnedosa’s Lands a Grand From MCU
New Mayor By KAREN MITCHELL

By KAREN MITCHELL
W rapping up their
third year of the
Land-A-Grand event, the
Minnedosa Credit Union
O n Thursday November 1st, Pat Skatch, Ac-
claimed Mayor of the Town of Minnedosa
took her official oath of office. Pat, who grew up on
(MCU) has handed a
$1,000 cheque over to the
Minnedosa Community
a farm in the Basswood district, has sat on Town Child Care Cooperative
Council for the last three terms. Married to Brian, (MCCCC).
they have two sons and six grandchildren that live The contest was open
in Alberta and B.C. to all not-for-profit organi-
Looking ahead to the next four years, we zations in the surrounding
asked Mayor Skatch to discuss her priorities/con- area to enter, explaining
cerns on a number of topics. Her responses are in what they would do with
quotations. the funds. MCU then chose
Property taxes: “Property taxes are a con- the top six organizations
cern.  Council will have to be conscious of this and those six went on to
when making decisions. We want to look at ways public voting by the com-
to increase our business and residential tax base, munity. The voting was
look at how the tax dollars are spent, where do we open for three weeks and
get the best and most value for the betterment of the winner was announced
the community.” on Credit Union Day which
Road work: “In the past, water and sewer was October 18th. In to- Photo by Karen Mitchell
upgrades were completed prior to paving. Coun- tal, the community placed
cil will need to review and establish a long-term 1,051 votes throughout more to total eight infant Manager of Lending at heard in what they think
plan.” the three weeks. MCCCC spots. The money received MCU. “We wanted to add are priorities was some-
Minnedosa Lake: “The lake is definitely an ended in the lead with 487 by the contest will go to- some flair to the event and thing that was important
asset to Minnedosa. The lake is owned by the Prov- total votes. The five other wards purchasing toys and give the community the to us.”
ince. Council well need to work with the Province organizations in the event equipment to furnish the ability to vote. It’s nice for The Minnedosa Credit
jointly to maintain a healthy lake environment.” were; Dr, Ajai Khandel- room. Current plan is to the community to have a Union plans to continue
New Housing development: “We currently whal Primary Care Centre, have the ground breaking say in the winner, instead with the Land a Grand
are seeking a developer, but if this is not fruitful Minnedosa Farmer’s Mar- in December and comple- of us just picking on our event next year and wel-
council will need to review other possibilities.” ket, Clanwilliam-Erickson tion by April 2019. “This own. We were looking for comes all entries from
Minnedosa Regional Events Centre: “We Childcare Initiative, Skate (Land a Grand) is another something a little different, Minnedosa and surround-
need Federal and Provincial levels of government the Lake and the Beach step in the completion of giving the community the ing area to enter.
funding. The Regional Events Centre will be re- Enhancement Committee. our goal and it is much chance to have their voices
viewed by the new council.” The local commu- appreciated,” said Teresa
Industrial Park and Business Growth: “Ex- nity daycare has plans to Guillas, Director Minnedo-
panding the Industrial Park is an area that the new expand their building on sa Community Child Care
council will need to pursue. Business growth is 2nd Avenue N.W. by ap- Co-op. The organization
an area that council will work with our Economic proximately 800 square currently has a long wait
Development Officer on ways to attract new Busi- feet, creating a new infant list for infant spots and
ness and maybe expand existing business.” care room, staff room and the proposed addition will
Other Priorities: “Looking forward to what- storage space. Currently help alleviate some of that
ever council decides will be our priorities over the they have four infant spac- issue.
next four years. It will be the decision of council as es and this new addition “We are happy to do
a whole.” would allow them to in- initiatives like this,” ex-
Mayor Skatch was scheduled to appear as the crease their spots by four plained Terry McLenehan,
guest speaker at the Minnedosa Chamber of Com-
merce lunch meeting yesterday, November 8th.

Frontier Trading Company
will be switching to winter hours on
November 5th, 2018. We will be open
Monday to Friday from 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Chancellor Hockey Home Games The store will be having a Grand Reopening Day on
November 12th and from the
2018-2019 Regular Season 12th to the 16th everything in the store will be
Month DATE TIME VISITORS $0.25 and all furniture will be on sale for half price.
November 9 8:15 Crocus Frontier will not be taking any donations for the
November 16 8:15 Swan Valley month of November as we have reached our limit.
November 18 1:45 Boissevain
November 22 8:00 Del/Hart Please keep an eye out for our new
November 30 8:15 McCreary (Pink the Rink) Coffee Nook coming soon!
December 4 7:30 Neepawa
Tuesday, November 13th, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.
Thank you to all of our at Minnedosa Community Conference Centre
December 13 8:00 Major Pratt
customers for the
December 21 11:00 Rivers (Christmas Classic) $17.00 per person
January 25 8:15 Killarney continued support!
Tickets available in advance at Minnedosa Legion Club
February 7 8:15 Massey It is greatly appreciated.
Rooms, Minnedosa Credit Union & Sims & Co. Law Office
February 8 8:15 Virden Brought to you by The Minnedosa Legion
(34-2) (29-7)
V
Viewpoint
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Darryl a.Holyk - PublisHer anD eDitor

Around Billing Taxpayers Even
Town... After Leaving Office
By AAron Wudrick help since leaving office in 2005. Clarkson defended
By Darryl Holyk canadian Taxpayers Federation the expenses as necessary for her to deal with corre-
spondence and requests for speaking engagements

Lest We Forget… H ave you ever had a job that comes with a gener-
ous expense account? How about one where you
get to keep your expense account even after you leave
that continued to come in after her term as Governor
General ended.
Fast forward to 2018 and apparently Clarkson’s
The Minnedosa Tribune office will be closed on Mon-
day, November 12th out of respect for the brave men and the job? If this sounds too good to be true, you haven’t “temporary” needs have become permanent: her
women who have served and sacrificed in various con- heard about the great deal Canada’s Governors Gen- bill to taxpayers for expenses now stands at more
flicts throughout the years. Remembrance Day will of- eral have been getting for the last 40 years. than $1.1 million!
ficially be observed across the country this Sunday, No- As the Queen’s representative in Canada, serv- Interestingly, the expenses for a former Governor
vember 11th with the local, Minnedosa service beginning ing as governor general is arguably the most presti- General only appear in the public accounts as a sep-
at 10:45 a.m. at the Community Conference Centre. This gious appointment in politics, with most serving for arate line item if they exceed $100,000 — and since
year marks the 100th anniversary of the end of World War between five and seven years. While often described 1995, only two former Governors General have gone
One which was fought from July 28th, 1914 to November as a “figurehead,” there is no denying that, constitu- over that threshold — Romeo LeBlanc twice (2008
11th, 1918. tionally, the Governor General plays an important and 2009) and Clarkson, who billed taxpayers for six
ceremonial role in our system of government. figures a staggering nine of the 12 years since she left
As you might expect for such a position, the office.
TWO BECOME ONE... role comes with a lot of perks, including a salary of Being flippant with taxpayers money is nothing
A vote was held on October 30th and the members $288,000, a large staff, and an official residence (Ride- new for Clarkson, who served from 1999 to 2005, and
of both Heritage Co-op and Strathclair Co-op voted in fa- au Hall) with 175 rooms. But perhaps the most sur- while in office was criticized for nearly doubling her
vour of partnering to become one. The amalgamation is prising perks of all come after a governor general has predecessor’s spending and overshooting her budget
scheduled to take effect December 30th. left office. for a trip to northern Canada by $4 million.
First, there is an inflation-adjusted pension But as with most generous government policies
of $143,000 per year. Not a bad return for five years of it’s hard to blame the people with access to them for
On the ice... work. Then, there’s the “start-up grant” for ex-gover- taking advantage of them.  We can, however blame
In today’s edition you will find the first minor hockey nors general who want to establish a charity. Former governments for not fixing them.
report of the season – the Minnedosa Chancellors high Governor General, Adrienne Clarkson, received $3 It’s hard to believe that in 40 years, no govern-
school report. We thank Laura Good for voluntarily sub- million to create the Institute for Canadian Citizen- ment bothered to fix this policy — especially once it
mitting these regular game reports and encourage others ship. became public in 2011.
to submit reports of their teams games as we are more But the real kicker is that on top of all this, ex-Gov- Righting this wrong can’t come too soon. The
than happy to publish them for our readers. Sports re- ernors General can still bill taxpayers for “expenses” Trudeau government should act, and they have good
ports can be emailed to editor@minnedosatribune.com for years after they’ve left office. And taxpayers don’t reason to since they’re already running deficits twice
even get to know what it’s for.  Current access to in- the size they promised.
Fuel Up My Town… formation laws don’t cover the Governor General (or
Parliament itself, for that matter), so we don’t even get
To get back to a balanced budget, they’re going to
need to find savings anywhere they can.
Last year, an eight-year-old boy from Oak Bank re- to know what we’re paying for. Eliminating this unlimited, secretive expense ac-
alized his hometown was not on the Western Canadian This shocking policy first came to light in 2011 count for former Governors General would be a great
map for Co-op’s annual Fuel Up To Win contest. That boy when it was reported that Clarkson had billed taxpay- place to start.
was Devin Dreger, grandson of Minnedosa’s Ron and ers for more than $500,000 for “temporary” secretarial
Terry Swift. He wrote his concern to Co-op in a personal
letter and as a result, not only was his hometown put on
the map but a new Co-op contest was announced. The
Fuel Up My Town Social Competition is now underway
and will run until November 21st. People are encouraged
to share a hashtag with their hometown’s name with #Fu-
elupmytown on facebook, twitter or instagram. The com-
We Shall Always
munity with the most mentions will receive a $25,000 Co-
op donation to a local charity.
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Help the Province Shape Budget 2019
Under The Dome
gion of Manitoba are be-
ing invited to participate in
this important process by
line at our constituency of-
fice in Shoal Lake.
Tarra Moulson has
Ye O l d
By taking the survey at www. been on the job for the

Trib
ManitobansMakingChoic- past month as my assistant
GREG NESBITT es.ca in the Riding Mountain
Riding Mountain MLA I am bringing this pro- constituency during the
cess to the Riding Moun- maternity leave of Celina
tain constituency by host- Nernberg.
ing an open house to hear Tarra and her husband

I am looking for your help
in shaping the direction
the Provincial Sales Tax
back to seven percent by
your views on Thursday,
November 15th from 7:00
Derryl have been residents
of the area for over 20 years
of Budget 2019. 2020, and we are indexing to 9:00 p.m. at the George and currently live at Ar- 1898 – An attempt was recently made to install tele-
As you are aware, our tax brackets and the basic P. Buleziuk Centre in Rus- row Lake. Tarra was born phone service in our town, but owing to the fact that
Progressive Conservative personal amount to align sell. and raised in Neepawa, there were no more than 12 or 14 individuals interested
government in Manitoba with other provinces. I am pleased to be while her husband is a in purchasing one, the promoter would not proceed.
inherited a serious finan- As our Finance Minis- joined at the event by the Foxwarren-native. The
cial situation after 17 years ter Scott Fielding and his MLA for Brandon West couple have two children –
of NDP government. staff prepare for next year’s Reg Helwer. MLA Helwer is Shaelyn and Mitchell. 1908 – Owing to the non-arrival of joists for the new
Overspending by the budget, we want to hear a member of the Treasury Celina and her hus- courthouse, work could not continue and the men have
previous government has from you on the directions Board and the Legislative band Nathan, who live in been sent home. It is likely that nothing further will be
led to historic debt that and decisions that matter Assistant to the Minister of the Binscarth area, wel- done to the building until spring.
doubled in just six years, most to you. This year, we Finance. comed their first child in
and higher taxes for Mani- are seeking your input on Additionally, written October when their baby 1918 – The war is over and our people are rejoicing
tobans. Decisions today balancing the budget, sus- submissions for Budget girl, Sloane, arrived. with thankfulness that the terrible contest is ended.
will impact all Manitobans, taining health care, fund- 2019 will also be accepted I would like you to join
so we must make choices ing our education system, until January 15th, 2019 by with me in congratulating
that responsibly move us and investing in our Made-
1958 – Last year, the local Legion paid $500 in taxes for
emailing budget2019@gov. Celina and Nathan on the the hall and got an additional rebate of $247. This year,
down a path towards a bal- in-Manitoba Climate and mb.ca birth of their daughter, and the tax bill is much higher due to the new assessment
anced budget. Green Plan. This is your opportu- welcoming Tarra to her and the Legion has approached Town Council regard-
Our government has The choices we make nity to have your say and new role. ing a rebate. As the Legion Hall is given rent free to many
rejected calls for higher together will affect you, help us make the right Just a reminder, if you good causes, Council ruled that there will be some rebate
taxes from the Federal your family and your com- choices for our province’s have a provincial concern to be decided at a later date.
Government, the NDP and munity. future. or issue that we can help
the Liberals. We have re- Small businesses, I look forward to see- you with please do not
jected the Carbon Tax and non-profit groups, Indig- ing many of you in Russell. hesitate to call, email or 1968 – The Minnedosa District Hospital Board intends
Health Premiums after lis- enous organizations, in- visit our office located at in to approach the volunteer firemen with a request that
tening to Manitobans. We dustry representatives and We have a new face the Burlington Building in they operate the ambulance on a rotating basis. Other
have committed to lower individuals from every re- and voice on the phone Shoal Lake. possibilities are being explored, such as the feasibility of
some fraternal organization taking over the service.

Lend a Hand to Festival of the Arts 1978 – The power mechanics shop addition at MCI
was in a vulnerable stage of construction Saturday when
hit by 125 km winds that reduced the building to rubble.
School Division insurance will ensure that the building
SUBMITTED We have a small group light work. busy times, so if you can
to the stage it was at and the completion schedule has
of volunteers who work Our first meeting will spare some time, please
been delayed to February.
I t is November, so it is
that time of year when
we start thinking about…
hard to put on the best
festival we possibly can.
Our chair person is Val
be held at Tanner’s Cross-
ing School on Thursday
November 15th at 7 p.m.
come and join us and see
what we are about. Help us
make the RRFA’s another 1988 – Nine trainees at Frontier Trading Co. are known
no, I don’t mean Christ- Dornn, who has lost our Our committee does not successful event. If you as the “Frontier Falcons” and are participating at special
mas, although that would co-chair Louise Uhryniuk have a lot of meetings, have any questions, con- Olympics events at the regional provincial and national
be correct. No, it is time to retirement. Louise was which is a plus in these tact Val at 204-867-2432. levels. The Falcons are currently training for the Winter
to start thinking about the a valuable contributor to Special Olympics in Neepawa in January.
Rolling River Festival of the our festival for many years
Arts. This will be our 38th and will be greatly missed. 1998 – Due to a staff shortage, ambulance service to
annual festival, and the Val is the glue that holds Erickson and area was discontinued on October 1st. The
dates for the festival are this festival together, and shortage has been alleviated and the ambulance service
March 11th to 15th, 2019. she could use a few more will officially return on November 9th.
The entry deadline is Janu- volunteers. As the saying
ary 17th, 2019. goes, many hands make

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Students Collect 1,200 Pounds of Food for Food Bank
By KAREN MITCHELL

T anner’s Crossing School’s service learning group,
LS!N, held its annual We Scare Hunger Food Drive
from October 22nd to 26th.  This year, the staff and stu-
dents from Kindergarten to Grade Eight collected a total
of 1,200 pounds of non-perishable items.  Mrs. Parrott’s
grade three classroom collected the most weight in food,
at 9.2 pounds per student, and won a pizza party for the
class, donated by Cornerstone Grill.
The entire 1,200 pounds of food was donated to the
Minnedosa and Area Food Bank.   Kerry Morrice, LS!N
leader, is grateful to all the staff and students who donat-
ed food for this great cause to benefit others.
LS!N is a service learning group which stands for
“Let’s Stop It Now”.  The aim is to help others in the school,
community, province and around the world. Currently
there are 42 students from grades seven and eight who
participate in the club.
Photo submitted

Newdale News
By Raven’s Glen WI Doug, in Bay City, Oregon. we learned of the pass- Best wishes to Garry following the disbanding family on the passing of
Our condolences also to ing of Pat Graham, 89, in Dalgarno from his New- of all Presbyteries but not their wife, mother, daugh-

H appy birthday wishes
are being sent to Bill
Zahaiko for November 6th,
his wife and family. Doug
was born and raised on the
farm with his parents, Ben
Cochrane, AB following a
lengthy illness. Pat’s hus-
band, Gordon, had just
dale friends for a speedy
recovery following surgery
in St. Boniface Hospital re-
much info was available to
tell us how this will pertain
to our particular Church.
ter and sister Mary Ida this
past week.   To Mary Ida’s
sister and brother-in-law
hope you have many more and Gwen Lee, and took passed away in the last cently. Hope you get home We will again be having Stacie and Andy Cardy at
Bill. his schooling here before year. We send our sympa- soon Garry. our Christmas Eve service Basswood, we send our
The community sends heading to university and thy to Pat’s family, Perry Elgin Hall took the ser- on December 24th, a Mon- sympathy from all your
deepest sympathy to Car- finally out west. Funeral and his family and Nancy vice last Sunday, All Saints day, followed by a pot-luck Newdale friends at Harri-
olynne (Lee) and John plans are pending. and her family. The Graha- Day. We enjoy having cof- supper, and there will be son House.
Nickel of Solsgirth on the More sad news was ms farmed in our area for fee and a social time with no church services held on Congratulations to
passing of her brother, received this week when most of their married life, him before our service. A December 23rd or 30th. Delbert Pederson on be-
before retiring to Alberta. Board meeting followed We send along our ing elected one of the new
Funeral arrangements for church with Chair Rich- best wishes to Lil Farrend Councillors for the Yel-
both Pat and Gordon are ard Walker presiding, old for a “speedier” recovery lowhead Municipality, the
being arranged. Our sym- and new business was dis- as she regains her strength RM now seems to have
pathy is being sent to Don cussed, reports were giv- in Minnedosa Hospital. members elected from
and Yvonne Graham of en and Wendy Rose gave Hope to see you home every area of the Munici-
Winnipeg and their fam- some of the information soon! pality.   We wish the new
ily on the passing of their she has received regard- We send our deepest Council good luck as they
cousin Pat Graham. ing what will be happening sympathy to Mark Dono- provide leadership over
hoe and family of Bass- the next four years.
wood and the rest of their

MINNEDOSA GOLF CLUB
Minnedosa Golf Club
Expansion Committee
Cash Calendar Draw Winners
for the Month of October 2018
Lottery License #MGCC3945RF
Lorne Zacharias $50
Derek May $30
Jena Spraggs $30
Diane Wahl $30
Brad & Mandy Harvey $30
$20 Winners Thursday, Nov. 15 | 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
• Bill Hainsworth • Minnedosa Food Bank George P. Buleziuk Centre,
• Dennis & Bev Svanhill • Mitchell Bohrn Russell
• Frank Taylor • Darwin McTavish
• Lori Harrison • Oliver Spodzieja
• Norm & Dot Schumacher • Wilma Jones
• Dick Alexander • Beth McNabb
• Moe Brunel • Linden & Blaire Luhowy
• Martin McNabb • Elvin Birch
• Rollie MacKay • Calvin Cooke
• Ken Hyra • Robyn L Burgess
• Susan & Ron Popiel • Neil McLaughlin
• Mark Hume • Alayna McTavish
• Nancy J Smith • Dennis Haverstock
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, November 9, 2018 7

Drama Club’s Mousetrap Sure to Please Crowds
By KAREN MITCHELL day. It is the longest run- Sgt. Trotter played by Luke
ning show in London and Palson (Minnedosa). Dra-

A gatha Christie’s mur-
der mystery “The
Mousetrap” will be this
has the longest runtime of
any play in history.
Directed by Rebecca
ma Club Crew members
include Producers/Décor
- Peggy Mullie and Mary
year’s production for the Porteous from Brandon, Dalton, Set - Tony Mullie,
Minnedosa Drama Club. the total cast and behind Costumes and Props – Car-
The three-day event starts the scene’s members are ol Brown, Light and Sound
on November 21st and as follows; Mollie Ralston – Darin Oakley (Hamiota).
runs until November 23rd. played by Nicole McLe- The community will
Starting in 2013, this pro- nehan (Minnedosa), Giles have three nights to choose
duction will be the fifth Ralston played by Dan from when attending
play performed by the Voth (Strathclair), Chris- the production, Novem-
club. topher Wren played by ber 21st is No Frills Night
With a cast of eight Dylan Burrell (Brandon), – grads will sell refresh-
main characters, this pro- Mrs. Boyle played by Lou- ments at intermission. No-
duction is sure to not dis- ise McInnes (Minnedosa), vember 22nd is the Dinner Photo by Karen Mitchell
appoint. Full of twists and Major Metcalf played by Theatre. November 23rd is
For the Dinner Theatre, production and one mi- What a great asset to our
whodunnit’s, the audience John Earle (Shilo), Miss. the Pub Night. For the No
the public can purchase nor production every year. community to have such
will be in for a treat for sure. Casewell played by Shan- Frills Night and Pub Night,
tickets by calling 204-867- Practices for the major entertainment guaranteed
The Mousetrap opened in na Turnbull (Minnedosa), the public can purchase
3621. productions start at the be- to us each and every year!
London’s West End in 1952 Mr. Paravicini played by tickets at Inspire Studio or
The Minnedosa Dra- ginning of September and
and is still running to this Jim Shaw (Minnedosa), the Minnedosa Library.
ma Club holds one major run up until showtime.

*We accept Visa, Master Card & debit card purchases
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*We deliver within town limits Monday - Friday at 4:00 p.m
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GROCERY FROZEN FOODS
CL Leaf tuna LT chunk/flake water .......170g ...... $1.50 Delissio pizza asstd ............................520-875g ...... $5.99
Robin Hood all purpose flour...................5kg ...... $6.99 NN™ fries asstd .........................................................................1kg ............. $1.99
NN™ evaporated milk asstd................................................ 354ml ............. $1.19

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Nesquick syrup chocolate/strawberry .........................510-700ml ............. $4.49
NN™ cookies shortbread/coconut/fudge graham ...... 198-365g ............. $2.29
Pepperidge Farm Goldfish asstd .................................... 180-200g ............. $2.49
Kelloggs Pop Tarts asstd ..........................................................400g ............. $2.49
PC™ Kettle chips .....................................................................220g ............. $1.99 Swiss Chalet chicken, beef pie family size .............................650g ............. $7.99
PC™ cranberry cocktails asstd ............... 1.89lt ...... $2.49 NN regular bacon ....................................500g ...... $4.39
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Quaker Oats quick .....................................................................1kg ............. $2.49 PC chicken nuggets strips breaded ........................................800g ............. $6.99
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Dole fruit gel asstd ............................................................... 4x123g ............. $2.99
Chef Boyardee canned pasta asstd...........425g ...... $1.49
Sugar in the Raw ......................................................................500g ............. $2.99
Crisco shortening asstd ..........................454g ...... $2.49 Broccoli ...................................................................................................... $1.99ea
KD original ...............................................................................225g ............. $1.39 English cucumbers .................................................................................... $1.79ea
Christie Bits N Bites original ...................................................175g ............. $1.97
Minute Maid fruit punch ...................................................... 1.75lt ............. $1.99 Green, Red seedless grapes ............................... $1.99/lb
Danone activia stirred vanilla.................................................650g ............. $3.49 Asparagus .................................................................................................. $3.99/lb
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Chinese Mandarin ..................................................................... 5lb ............. $5.99
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Sandy Lake News AMM Recognizes
By Diane Bachewich Get well wished to
Ivan Braschuk who is
Brody.
Laverne Veillux had
out to Elsie Kristalovich
who is still in the Minnedo- Long Service
T he lucky winner of the
Legion Men’s monthly
home after having surgery
in Brandon Hospital.
her daughter, Andrea, vis-
iting from Detroit, Michi-
sa Hospital. Speedy recov-
ery Elsie.
50/50 draw was Gordon
Brewster of Erickson.
Many attended the Flu
Clinics which was held Fri-
gan recently.
Sympathy is extended
The Westman Trav-
elling Art Show is now at
T he Fall 2018 edition of the Municipal Leader, the mag-
azine of the Association of Manitoba Municipalities
(AMM), lists recent recipients of the associations’ Long
Nice to see Iris Pop- day at the Drop-In Centre. to the family of Jerry Yar- Newdale Drop-In Centre.
Service Awards. A number of local government officials
plestone and her sister, Ross and Karen Shin- shewski who passed away Gary and Doreen Sta-
were recognized in the Midwestern District of the AMM.
Carol Watkins, back home druk are receiving con- at the Sandy Lake Personal pleton and visitors sang
Receiving a 15 Year Service Award was former Dep-
after spending a month in gratulations wishes on the Care Home. war songs for the personal
uty Mayor, Harvey Wedgewood with current Mayor Pat
Ireland visiting with Iris’s arrival of their third grand- A fire on Saturday de- care home residents on
Skatch recognized with a 10 Year Service Award. Receiv-
daughter Katie and hus- child. A baby girl born to stroyed the farm home of Friday commemorating
ing Five Year Service Awards were current Councillors
band Stephen and grand- daughter Nicole and Lance Cecil Kristalovich. Remembrance Day.
Rick Saler and Frank Taylor, former Mayor, Ray Orr and
children. Higgott. A little sister for A cheery hello going
former Councillor Len Luker.

Bridge Club
ChanCellorS hoCkey report Results
By LaURa GOOD man, Josh Good, Graham team scoring two goals. On Friday, Novem- dine was peppered with
Bailey and goal tenders The Chancellors first goal ber 2nd, the Chancellors shots and stood on his November 1st

W elcome to
Minnedosa Chan-
cellors 2018/19 hockey
the Tanner Hanson and Liam
Jardine. Coaching staff in-
cludes head coach Dayton
went to Bryden McFarlane,
assisted by Konlyn Ne-
metchek and the second
had their first away game
heading to Hamiota. The
Chancellor’s Sam Wilman
head to keep the score at
5-1 for Hamiota Huskies.
The Chancellors next
1st - Carol Lonsdale/
Lois Campbell
season. The line-up for Brown, assistant coaches goal was netted by Mitch opened up the scoring home game is Friday, No-
this year includes: Devon Dan Johnson and Ken Collyer with the assist go- with an assist from Josh vember 9th at 8:15p.m. 2nd - Judy McFadden/
Beatty, Malik McKay, Lu- Morrice and manager Ta- ing to Erik Barrett. The Kingdon with less than a against the Crocus Plains- Val St. John
cas Beatty, Luke Parrott, nis Barrett. Wildcats went on to score minute into the first pe- men, so come out and
Konlyn Nemetchek, Josh The Chancellors home six more goals, ending riod. Chancellors carried cheer on the Chancellors! 3rd - Norm Pedersen/
Kingdon, Blair Desiatnyk, opener was on Thursday, the game in a loss for the their lead into the second See ad elsewhere in today’s Nancy MacLennan
Carter Hedley, Bryden Mc- November 1st against Chancellors 8-2. Liam Jar- period. Hamiota Huskies Tribune for the schedule of
Farlane, Erik Barrett, Mitch the GCB Wildcats. Play dine played a solid game came to life in the second Chancellors home games. 4th - Cheryl Orr/
Collyer, Liam Bachewich, was evenly matched in between the pipes seeing period and scored five un- Jean Garbolinsky
Ashton Burton, Sam Wil- the first period with each 45 plus shots. answered goals. Liam Jar-

  ROLLING RIVER SCHOOL DIVISION 
55+ Senior
Bowling Results
 
 

  Statement of Operating Fund 
  Revenue and Expenditures 
  for the year ended June 30, 2018  The War Amps
Key Tag
SUBMiTTeD
 
Revenue   

Service B
Provincial Gov't  $13,797,676  owlers of the week of November 6th are Bev Chapski
Provincial Funding of School Programs $9,999,511  +189 and Alan Tarn +41.
Other Department of Education - ALC $122,211  Other good games were Gladys Murray 220, Lynette
Other Department of Education $549,971  Johnson 152, Garry MacDowall 147, Donna MacDonald
Ed. Department - Ed. Property Tax Credit $2,234,515 
Tax Incentive Grant $753,938 
The War Amps returns 115, Vivian Cullen 170, Jim Clark 163, Debbie Tarn 215,
Hazel Stonehouse 148, 164, Bev Chapski 355, Alan Tarn
Other Provincial Gov't Departments $137,530  nearly 13,000 sets of
203. Betty Ann Bertrend 207, 189, Fred Stonehouse 121,
Federal Government  $46,675  lost keys every year! Robert Hendry 221, Doug Pettigrew 191.
Municipal Gov't (Net of Ed. Property Tax Credit)  $9,535,745 
Other School Divisions  $65,929  “I want to thank the
First Nations  $1,268,713  person who found my
Private Organizations & Other Sources  $296,915 
  Total Revenue  $25,011,653 
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called the
Expenditures 
number on18112WW1
the back of
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Regular Instruction  $14,188,564  my key tag.18112WW3
I received
Student Support Services  $3,033,938  my keys back from
Adult Learning Centre  $122,211  The War Amps
Community Education and Services  $22,290 
Divisional Administration  $893,664 
today by courier.
Instructional and Other Support Services  $684,274  You guys are fast!”
Transportation of Pupils  $1,684,018  – War Amps supporter
Operations and Maintenance  $2,922,678 
Fiscal    $422,171 
  Sub Total Expenditures  $23,973,808 
Transfers to Capital Fund  $973,999 
Total Expenditures and Transfers to Capital Fund  $24,947,807 
 
Operating Fund Surplus (Deficit)  $63,846  To order key tags, please
Adjusted to Surplus (Deficit) Non‐Vested Accumulated Sick Leave  ‐$97,779  visit waramps.ca or call
Adjusted Operating Fund Surplus (Deficit)  $161,625  1 800 250-3030. When
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The above represents only the 2017‐2018 Operating Fund Revenue and Expense 

November 11th
Statement. A Consolidated Statement of Operating, Capital and Special Purpose  help support programs
Funds prepared to Public Sector Accounting Board standards is available for  for amputees.
inspection at the Division Office in Minnedosa or on the Rolling River School 

2:30 p.m.
Division web page at www.rrsd.mb.ca. A resident elector, at his own expense,  Charitable Registration No.:
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TO PLACE AN AD FOR SALE COMING EVENTS
BY PHONE Call 204-867-3816
Hours to place, correct or cancel ads: BATTERIES FOR EVERY- Minnedosa Fun Fest
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. THING. Automotive, farm, meeting Monday, November
construction, ATV, mar- 12th at 6:30 p.m. in the base-
BY MAIL CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

FALL SUPPER
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Minnedosa, Manitoba R0J 1E0 puters etc. Reconditioned, uals involved are asked to at-
BY FAX 204-867-5171 obsolete and hard-to-find tend as well as anyone inter-
batteries. SOLAR equipment. St. Mark’s Anglican Church ested in getting involved. X
BY E-MAIL class@minnedosatribune.com The Battery Man. Winnipeg. Minnedosa
1.877.775.8271 www.battery-
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advertisement. The Minnedosa Tribune Ltd. shall not be
responsible for any loss or damage to any advertiser or third
– LEASING of Trucks, Truck-
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loam send bits to folc@in-
ties and Autopac trailer repair.
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in The Minnedosa Tribune Ltd. or from any error or omission in
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RATES Vegas Night at Bethany Annual Christmas Tur-
is a publicly-traded company
in Calgary that acquires oil
$9.00 for first 40 words, additional words .10 each. Community Centre. Saturday, key Bingo’s being held on and gas fee title and royalty
Repeat ads - Half Price. November 10th at 8:00 p.m. Saturday, November 24th interests at fair market value.
Tickets are $15.00 (includes and Saturday, Dececember To receive a cash offer, call
Classified Display - $9.00/col. inch each insert. (Incl. logo, box & 587-293-4008 or visit www.
bolding, and centering). Manitoba made! $15,000 play money) Admis- 8th from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. at
sion by advanced tickets. Call the Minnedosa Legion Club prairiesky.com/Selling-Your-
Top quality Royalties.
Happy Snaps: (Birthday, Engagement, Wedding, Birth, & Karly Boyd at 204-865-2478 or Room. All games are 1 line
Graduation) - $16.00 for the first 20 words and the picture.
kitchen cabinets
Lynne Betteridge at 204-865- or 4 corners with prices the
Obituaries: - $6.50 per col. inch. - Custom, Stock & 2244. Please Drink Respon- same as last year (3 cards for HEALTH
Surplus sibly. (33-3) x a Loonie per game played)
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- Free 3D design All area residents welcome
Westman and Eastman: $119.00 Trouble
- Prompt service Minnedosa Health so come on down and join
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installation available Minnedosa Personal Care (35-4) x
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Deadlines Serving Manitoba
Home invite you to their an-
Replacement?
nual November Tea on Thurs- Have an upcoming
Classified advertisements must be submitted no later province-wide Restrictions in daily
day, November 15th from 2:00 event? Wanting good atten-
than noon Tuesday for insertion in the following Friday’s for 25 years! activities?
- 3:30 p.m. at the Care Home.  dance? Remember, there are
edition. All classified advertisements must be prepaid BEFORE
Bake sale and dainties provid- still many people who do not $2,500
insertion. office@fehrscabinets.com
ed by the Minnedosa Health have access to online adver- Tax Credit
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Auxiliary.  Rainbow auction tising or social media and $40,000
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does it assume responsibility for errors published as a result of ing forward to seeing you to find out what’s happen- rebates
an advertisement placed, changed, or cancelled, by telephone. REAL ESTATE there! (34-2) x ing in their community. Let Disability Tax
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New deck, New furnace, New
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responsible, non-smoking TRY ONE TODAY!
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www.mcsherryauction.com adults need apply. William
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Welcome. (35-2) x
12 Friday, November 9, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

HELP WANTED OBITUARY

RALPH DAGG

FinanceÊ ManagerÊ PositionÊ Rolling River School Division Ralph Dagg of Minne-
Ê dosa passed away on October
Rolling River School Division is located in southwestern Manitoba,
Ê 10th, 2018 at the Minnedosa
Canada in close proximity to Riding Mountain National Park and
HeritageÊ Co-opÊ invitesÊ applicationsÊ forÊ theÊ positionÊ ofÊ FinanceÊ ManagerÊ toÊ joinÊ ourÊ SeniorÊ teamÊ locatedÊ atÊ theÊ headÊ officeÊ Personal Care Home at the
Brandon, Manitoba.
inÊ Minnedosa,Ê MB.Ê Ê age of 83 years.
Ê Surviving Ralph are wife
STUDENT SUPPORT FACILITATOR required
TheÊ FinanceÊ ManagerÊ willÊ beÊ responsibleÊ forÊ theÊ accountingÊ functionsÊ ofÊ theÊ organization,Ê includingÊ financialÊ reports,Ê Evelyn of 61 years, son Bob
Elton Collegiate/Forrest Elementary and Bonnie, daughter Kim
balanceÊ sheetÊ management,Ê annualÊ budgets,Ê year-endÊ procedures,Ê riskÊ management,Ê administrationÊ andÊ I.T.Ê Ê
6.5 hrs/day and Brian, Grandchildren
Ê
WeÊ offerÊ greatÊ advancementÊ opportunitiesÊ withinÊ ourÊ organizationÊ andÊ theÊ Co-operativeÊ RetailingÊ System,Ê Term Position Corinne and Allan, Pam and
competitiveÊ compensationÊ andÊ benefitsÊ package,Ê companyÊ matchedÊ pensionÊ planÊ andÊ aÊ diverseÊ andÊ supportiveÊ Dale, Ryan and Chelsea. Great
workingÊ environment.Ê Ê For more details and application information, please visit our website at Grandchildren Myah and
Ê www.rrsd.mb.ca select Employment then Support Positions. Lily, Lainey and Connor. He
IfÊ youÊ areÊ interestedÊ inÊ contributingÊ toÊ ourÊ teamÊ inÊ livingÊ theÊ corporateÊ valuesÊ ofÊ integrity,Ê excellenceÊ andÊ responsibility,Ê also leaves to mourn sisters
pleaseÊ visitÊ ourÊ websiteÊ atÊ www.heritagecoop.caÊ Thank you to all applicants for their interest in in-law Hazel, Marie, Gayle,
informationÊ onÊ thisÊ positionÊ andÊ theÊ applicationÊ process.Ê Ê Judy, Gladys. Madeline and
Ê
Rolling River School Division.
Only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. Brenda, Brothers in-law Gor-
Ê don Taylor and Gord Wing
and many nieces, nephews

WORK WANTED OBITUARY and cousins.
He was predeceased by
his brother Walter, brothers
MARY IDA HERBERT in-law Keith, Bob, Ray, Don
Terry’s Home Enrich-
ment Maintenance. T.H.E.M. and Bill. Also by sisters in-law
Heritage Co-op is presently inviting applications for a Mary Ida grew up on a Betty Ann and Joyce.
cell 204-868-8088 (them@
farm near Tilston, MB and gradu- A private family burial
FULL TIME ADMIN CLERK live.ca) Now booking  snow
ated high school from Pierson will be held at a later date. X
clearing for driveways and
(One Year Term Position) Collegiate. 4-H was a big part
For our Administration Office located in Minnedosa, MB sidewalks. Flexable arrange-
of growing up on the farm;
ments to suit the need! Hourly
Ida would rather be out car-
CARD OF THANKS
Duties to include, but not limited to, customer service, data entry, balancing daily cash ups, rate with running total, (if
reconciling sales reports, processing transfers and invoices, answering telephone and other ing for the livestock than sew-
regular upkeep all winter.)
duties as assigned. ing or baking in the house but A big Thank You to
Flat rate for 1 time event such
Qualifications: she completed projects in both. my family, neighbours and
as storms. Also; After being
 Excellent customer service skills After high school she moved friends for the yummy meals.
 Effective interpersonal and communication skills called to a major commit-
to Winnipeg to try her hand at many Flowers, baking and phone
 Highly efficient organizational skills ment of time every summer
 Proficiency in accounting concepts different things including working for calls after my surgery. All is
now; I am  booking all paint-
 Sound knowledge of computers including Microsoft Office a lawn care company and in the going well. Ev Dagg. x
 Highly motivated
ing (Interior and Exterior)
greenhouse at Shelmerdines. She then
 Post secondary Business Administration considered an asset from fall through to June or
headed south to Bottineau where she graduated from the
July. Interior paint is very near The family of the late
We offer great advancement opportunities within our organization and the Co- Greenhouse Technology program at North Dakota State Uni-
operative Retailing System, competitive compensation and benefits package, company odorless now so book that in- Ralph Dagg would like to
matched pension plan and a diverse and supportive working environment. versity.
terior work and fix up dam- thank everyone for the cards,
Ida met Mark at the University of Manitoba where she re-
If you are interested in joining our team, please send your cover letter and resume to: ages during the cold months.  phone calls, flowers and
ceived her diploma in Agriculture. Mary loved to travel; Mexico,
a.haywood@heritagecoop.ca
treats at the time of his pass-
EMPLOYMENT France, Australia, New Zealand, Hawaii, Fiji, Scotland, St.Lucia
ing. Ev Dagg and family. X
Or mail to: Box 1050, Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0 Attn: Annette Haywood OPPORTUNITY and across Canada.
Process close date: Wednesday, November 14, 2018
In 1989, Mary Ida was ready to settle down with the love of
OR APPLY IN PERSON AT OUR ADMIN OFFICE LOCATED IN MINNEDOSA, MB her life, Mark Donohoe of Donfield Farms in Brandon. When IN MEMORIAM
Ê CLASS 1 their first newborn Haydn Luke arrived in 1990 they moved to
www.heritagecoop.ca TRUCK DRIVER their farm at Basswood where they started Malarky Holsteins. One year ago on
To run Canada - must
WE THANK ALL CANDIDATES FOR THEIR INTEREST, HOWEVER,
ONLY THOSE SELECTED TO CONTINUE IN THE SELECTION PROCESS WILL BE CONTACTED. have BC experience
Then came the birth of Holly Ida in ‘92 and Anna Stasia in ‘94. November 15th
In her spare time Ida loved to work outside in her yard and we lost a dear mother,
- Paid pick, drops,
layovers and stat pay dig in her gardens, but mostly she worked alongside Mark to grandma
- Multi drop runs grow their award winning dairy herd. Mary also worked off the and great grandma.
- Cell usage farm at the hospital and personal care home in Minnedosa. Ida
- Benefi t package
- Dedicated truck was also very involved in her church with the Catholic Women’s There is a sweet
- Sign on bonus League and now St. Alphonsus Ladies. Ida was a Catechism remembrance,
- Quarterly and annual teacher, and a Eucharistic Minister. There is a memory
bonus
Ida loved the little things in life; playing Scrabble, camping fond and true,
- Reset at home
- Weekend home time in the fall, cross country skiing, big walks, jogging in the mor- There is a token
- Paid training ning, bike rides with the kids, weekly yoga, curling, canoeing of affection,
- Referral program
Daughter On Call
and kayaking.Ida was so connected to people, nature, and her And a heartache
Derek (204) 793-7465 spirituality. Her mindfulness was contagious. Ida was able to still Mother for you.
CENTENNIAL TRANSPORT
see the good in everyone. 
Now Hiring & LEASING LTD.
Mary Ida passed away peacefully at home on her farm With Love,
MEDICAL TRANSCRIP-
Bookkeeper & Office Assistant TION! In-demand career! Em-
at Basswood on Saturday, October 27th at the age of 58 sur-
rounded by her family. Left to mourn, her beloved husband
Cecelia, Sheldon and Tammy,
Rob and Judy. Nathan,
ployers have work-at-home
(Neepawa Office) positions available. Get online
Mark Donohoe, her children Haydn (Laci Peters), Holly (Mike
Flaman), Anna, Mother Kay Herbert, Siblings Karen (Ian Stich-
Ty and Brody Pollichuk.
x
Experience in Quickbooks, training you need from an em-
bury), Peter (Darcie), Susan Nicoll, Michael (Kay), Stacie (Andy
ployer-trusted program. Visit:
Invoicing and Payroll required CareerStep.ca/MT or 1-855-
Cardy), Joy (Darren Lorette). Mary Ida was pre-deceased by her In Loving Memory of
father Thomas Herbert. The funeral service was held November JEAN OBERG
Preference given to those with a 768-3362 to start training for
3rd from St.Alphonus with Father Yolando officiating. Lunch 1915-2008.
health care background your work-at-home career to-
followed in Basswood Hall.  Beloved wife, mother,
day!
20hrs/week – Potential for full-time grandmother, aunt,
hours in the new year sister and friend.
CARD OF THANKS
Send resumes to gail@daughteroncall.com In the sweet by and by,
(no phone calls) Mary Ida Herbert’s family takes comfort in the support of our friends and our community. we shall meet on that
From the meals you delivered, to the comfort food feast you served after the funeral and the beds beautiful shore...
M & M Autobody is look- offered to our extended family and friends, we feel well blessed. We know you feel our loss. We
hold close to us Bobbie Parrott’s words at the Prayers, “Mary Ida took a piece of our hearts with Fred and family.
ing for a responsible person
to clean vehicles and do small her to comfort her as she transitions to her spirit family, but she will slowly put those pieces back
mechanical jobs. Apply in to help us feel whole again.” Thank you everyone for your kind words, sharing memories, cards,
person and ask for Merv. (35- visits, flowers and hugs. Mark, Haydn, Laci, Holly, Mike, Anna, Stacie, Andy, Christopher,
4) x Drew, Cassandra, Brent, all of Mary Ida’s siblings and Mom.
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, November 9, 2018 13

Common Scams and Reena’s Tips and
SUBMITTED
Critical Thinking using an email address re- names that are slightly Dear Reena,
Helpful Hints the area and gently scrape. To quickly chill a bot-
served exclusively for your misspelled or otherwise To deter birds from tle of wine, place the bottle

T echnology offers many
benefits and advan-
tages, but sadly some users
online dating profile and
remember not to include
private information in your
altered.  If there are any
links within the message,
do not click on them until
flying into my patio win-
dows I put decals on the
windows. I took the decals
Hi Reena,
I would like to know
how to clean a badly
in an ice bucket. Add a lay-
er of ice on the bottom and
sprinkle it with a few table-
have nefarious objectives profile. you’re certain the email off and they have left sticky burned ceramic stove top. spoons of table salt. Con-
and use technology to prey Further, be mind- is legitimate – and even goo which I can’t remove. My daughters have made tinue to layer salt and ice
on vulnerable members of ful that anyone can create then, confirm that the link Do you have any advice? eggs and not cleaned the until it reaches the neck of
our community, including a dating profile and that is legitimate by hovering Anne stove top properly and it is the bottle. Then add water
seniors. photos and even webcam your mouse over it to see impossible to clean. I have to ice level. After 10 min-
In the context of 2018’s footage can be falsified. the destination. Dear Anne, used the glass top cleaner utes, open and serve. Rinse
National Senior Safety Exercise the appropriate Your best bet is to wash and scraper but am unable the ice bucket thoroughly
Week, held November 6th amount of skepticism and Tech support pop-ups the sticky residue with a to get the burned spots off. after use. Submitted by
to 12th, the Canada Safety judgment when talking This type of scam oc- non-scratching abrasive Laurel Mark
Council and TELUS want with someone online and curs via a pop-up window cloth, hot water and dish
you to be vigilant and on be wary of those who work claiming you have a virus soap. The hot water will Dear Laurel, Before winter, I main-
the lookout for these five to gain your trust quick- on your device. These win- loosen the glue. Clean your Years ago, a contribu- tain my metal tools, and
most common types of ly, only to ask for finan- dows offer a phone num- windows as normal after tor shared the same chal- bicycle parts by cleaning
scams that can impact sen- cial help.  Do not transfer ber to call for technical the residue is gone. lenge. She sprayed the them with a paste of salt
iors. money to individuals you support, but the “solution” stove with oven cleaner and lemon juice. This pre-
meet online regardless of often involves payment for Dear Reena, and scrubbed. She said the vents future rust build-up.
Identity theft what situation they claim a fix or allowing the scam- In order to meet the stove looked brand new Submitted by Mark
The ultimate objective to be in – once you’ve sent mers remote access to your recycling standards, I was (test on an inconspicuous
of identity theft is financial it, it is almost impossible to device. removing a large label from area first). Get rid of bitter cof-
gain.  Scammers will search get it back. Avoid this problem by
paper towel packaging. I fee by adding a pinch of
online and/or try to obtain If you connect well ensuring you have anti-
got it off in one swift rip, Feedback from Wise table salt to the fresh cof-
private information includ- with someone, consider virus software installed
which was fantastic, until Contributor fee grounds before run-
ing but not limited to ad- meeting in person (in a on your device, and only
it landed flat on the con- ning coffee through the
dresses, phone numbers, public place) to confirm browsing and downloading
crete floor. I finished un- Hi Reena, machine. Submitted by
personal email addresses they are who they say they from trusted websites. If
loading the paper towels I was reading your col- Aileen
and birth dates.  They may are, before the relationship you see such a notice and
and by the time I got to the umn today about a tip for
also try to gain unauthor- progresses further. Be wary can’t close it down, don’t
label, it was flush. I was removing the peel from Remove odors from
ized access to online ac- of chatting with individuals call the number displayed;
able to peel off a few bits, garlic cloves. I have the fol- hands and cutting boards
counts.  who claim to be from an- instead, bring your com-
In addition to using other country as it’s much puter to a trusted techni-
but they were coming off in lowing tip – microwave  a by rubbing them with
strong passwords (or even harder to confirm their cian who can help remove bits. I stopped, as I felt this clove or two on high for lemon juice and salt. Rinse
better, passphrases) the identity. If they avoid meet- any malware or viruses. wouldn’t help. Now I’m about five seconds, then with water. Submitted by
best way to avoid becoming ings or come up with ex- left with a foot-long mess cut off the end and the peel Aileen
a victim is to be very select- cuses, it could be a red flag. Lottery winnings and on the concrete. Thoughts? will just slide off! Christine
ive about the information sweepstakes Hoping to avoid heavy- Note: Every user assumes
you share.  Before provid- Phishing If you receive a mes- duty chemicals. Thought Use These Tips with a all risks of injury or dam-
ing any information online Phishing is the fraudu- sage (or phone call) about maybe a rag soaked in vin- Grain of Salt age resulting from the im-
or even over the phone, lent practice of sending winning the lottery or a egar might work? Lexi  plementation of any sug-
consider the rationale for illegitimate emails that ap- sweepstakes prize, it’s like- Pour half cup of table gestions in this column.
the request and check the pear to be from reputable ly a scam - especially when Dear Lexi, salt into your kitchen/ Test all products on an in-
organization’s privacy organizations, when in fact you haven’t entered any Hot water and a stiff bathroom drain and gar- conspicuous area first.
policy for insight into why they are not.   The intent is contests.  Delete messages plastic scraper should be burator. Doing this quick
they need your data, what to trick recipients into pro- like this right away and do all you need in order to re- exercise once a month will
they plan to do with it and viding private information.   not click on any links. move the sticker. A hot hair freshen the drain and get
who will have access to Telltale signs of emails of If you did enter a lottery or dryer is another option. Or rid of stinky pipes. Submit-
it.  Keep in mind that the this nature include typos, sweepstakes, pay careful pour rubbing alcohol onto ted by Mark
same information can be grammatical errors, threats attention to the source of
used for different purposes and ultimatums.  Be suspi- the message and consider
by different organizations.  cious of messages claiming the following questions to
For instance, Facebook to be urgent in nature with confirm validity:  Did the
may ask for your birth date deadlines for action.  Some message come from the
to let your friends know messages demand an im- same organization that of-
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gwenu@mts.net
your account. to do your research and by name?
ICE ICE
remember, banks, phone If your answer to these PR PR
Online dating  companies and govern- questions is ‘no,’ it’s likely a NEW NEW
Seniors who engage in ment agencies will not ask scam and it may be wise to
online dating need to be you to share private infor- delete the message.
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PROPERTIES FOR SALE

“Living in your
Community”
Proud Supporter

www.ricktaylor.remax.ca Rick Taylor 867-7551 CONSTRUCTION
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- ¼ section on Little
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Fire Retardent Coating

PRAIRIE REDI-MIX Electrician 204-867-3738
Minnedosa - 867-3853
R eady Mix Conc rete 204-868-5211 Email: mcreal@live.ca
Concrete forms, Rebar, Wire Mesh,
George Allard, FCGA* Weeping Tile, Concrete Sealer, Snap Ties
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Chartered Accountants Ph: 867-2083
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16 Friday, November 9, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Trained and Ready, Fred Didn’t Go To War
By KAREN MITCHELL more advanced infantry World War Two, however ground at the mines for five
training. Training consist- his time never came. The years until returning home

A t the age of eigh-
teen, Fredrick George
Brown (Private H 28190)
ed of handling rifles and
grenades, endless drills
and all-around condition-
group just before his was
selected to go in late fall
1944 and Brown never did
and taking over the family
farm in the Basswood area.
Fred and Eleanor had four
voluntarily joined the ing of these young men. make it over to fight the children, two boys and two
Army in November 1944 In the Spring of 1945, Fred fight. “My timing was all girls. Unfortunately, their
after harvest was com- was granted a two month wrong to get a bit of adven- youngest son succumbed
pleted on the family farm leave of absence without ture out of it,” tells Brown. to Leukemia at the age of
near Basswood. His first pay to go home and help “I took the advanced train- eight. “That was one of the
initial training was at Fort his father on the farm. ing so I could get out and hardest times of my life,”
Osbourne Barracks in Before that time was up, see the world, and I never recalls Fred. “It was an ab-
Winnipeg. This barracks he was sent another two got out of Manitoba,” he solutely terrible blow to
was originally the Mani- months leave until finally laughs. the family.”
toba Agricultural College being discharged due to Fred married Eleanor Brown retired from
in 1906 to 1913. From 1914 the end of the war on Sep- Ross on Christmas Eve farming in 1989 and moved
to 1917 the site was used tember 2nd, 1945. 1944 and four years later, to Minnedosa where he
by the Manitoba School for Fred was hoping to they moved to Flin Flon currently resides.
the Deaf, and in 1917 it was head oversees to fight in where he worked under-
transformed into a military

Bones Discarded on Walkway
convalescent hospital for
wounded soldiers return-
ing from Europe. Finally,
in 1919, the army took
over the entire complex,
By KAREN MITCHELL
renaming it Fort Osborne
Barracks. It remained
the primary army base in
Manitoba until moving in
I t has come to our atten-
tion recently that resi-
dents who walk along the
1968.
walkway at the dam have
Stationed in Winnipeg
Photo by Karen Mitchell been cleaning up care-
for basic training for only
lessly discarded chicken
a few weeks, Brown then
bones for approximately
moved out to Shilo for a
three years now. Often lo-
cated on the west side of
the walkway, at the end of
18112AX0
6th Avenue S.E., chicken
carcass and bones can be
found scattered about in
the grass from time to time.
Donna Stevenson, a
Photo submitted
concerned local dog own-
er, has taken this concern Discarded chicken bones along the
to the Town and to the spillway walk are circled in red.
Veterinary Clinic several
times over the last three Gowan, of the Minnedosa unknown, however it is
years. “It is a safety con- Veterinary Clinic, wrote a important for everyone to
cern,” said Stevenson. Sev- letter outlining the health remember that the safety
eral dog owners are rightly risks to animals if the of all animals is very im-
concerned at the risk it bones are swallowed. portant and also that litter-
poses on animals to have The reasons for the ing can be a public offense.
these bones laying around. bones being discarded on
Recently, Dr. Troy the path repeatedly are

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