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Volume 136 Issue 37 Friday, November 23, 2018 90 cents plus tax

INSIDE Foundation Gifts Over $82,000 To Community
this week 29 recipients presented with Foundation funding

for Main
Street Paving

Veteran Photo by Darryl Holyk

A varierty of groups representing recreation, health, youth, the arts, heritage and education were granted
Banners funding from the Minnedosa and District Foundation during its Grants Luncheon.


T he Minnedosa and
District Foundation
hosted its annual Grants
leaving $15,604.26 of his
estate and a donation of
$100 from Craig Stewart in
memory of his wife Max-
ine, the Minnedosa and
and projects and gives the
assets earned interest back
to the community, never
touching the principal
investment. The annual
anticipated budget and an
explanation for the pur-
pose of the request.
During last week’s
Grants Luncheon, a total
of the many areas of the
community the Founda-
tion is supporting this year.
“About 40 percent is going
to recreation, 20 percent
Luncheon at the Golf District Foundation has grant intake deadline is of 29 presentations where to education, another 20
If your label reads and Curling Complex on grown to a current balance October 1st. Organizations made in which the lo- percent to community or-
18/11/30 Thursday, November 15th.
Established in 1974
of assets of over $2.2 mil-
and projects applying for a
grant must submit a brief
cal Foundation donated
$82,193.20 to this year’s
ganizations, 15 percent to
health and five percent to
It’s time to renew as a result of former Each year, the Founda- history of their organiza- applicants. Foundation the arts.”
your subscription! Minnedosa Tribune Pub- tion accepts applications tion or project, a recent Chairman, Bruce McNabb Continued on
lisher, Adam Crossley, from local organizations financial statement, an gave a brief breakdown Page 9

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Election Held in Two School Board Wards
By KAREN MITCHELL elected. Shauna Sotas-Burton community more and
Barbara Gilleshammer other School Board Trust-
Ward Three – cover- make everyone aware what ees and our staff to make

O n Election Day, Oc-
tober 24th, voters in
two of the five wards of the
ing the town of Minnedosa
and R.M.’s of Minto-Odan-
ah, Oakview and Harrison
our role as trustees are and
what the RRSD Board does
and stands for, and what
sure RRSD provides a
quality education for all of
our students.
Rolling River School Divi- Park. Barbara Gillesham- the division offers our stu- Challenges: One of
sion headed to the polls mer and Shauna Sotas- dents. the greatest challenges fac-
to elect two trustees to the Burton acclaimed. Challenges: Our staff ing public education today
local school board. Here is Ward Four – cover- in the division do an amaz- is making sure our teach-
the current breakdown of ing the towns of Erickson, ing job every day. I feel the ers have the resources
the RRSD board of trust- Sandy Lake, Onanole and greatest challenges this and support they need to
ees: R.M.’s of Harrison-Park, term is going to be the con- address the diverse needs
Ward One – covering Yellowhead and Clanwil- tinued support we give our of our students. We must
the towns of Forrest, Doug- liam-Erickson. Crystal Er- staff, to continue to offer work together with our
las and Rapid City and ickson elected. Shauna was born and the programs that we cur- Barbara was born and municipal officials, local
R.M.’s of Cornwallis, Elton Ward Five – covering raised near Solsgirth, MB rently offer and to expand raised in Minnedosa and teacher association and
and Oakview. No candi- Rolling River First Nation. and moved to Minnedosa our programs with the moved back to the area in parent councils and seek
date at the time of election, Victoria McKay acclaimed. in 2007. Shauna and hus- funding we receive. 2012. Barb has two sons their input for next years
appointment to be deter- The local ward, Ward band, Ty, have two chil- Comments: I look for- and has taught at Rolling budget.
mined. Three sees trustees Shauna dren and own and oper- ward to the next four years River First Nation for sev- Comments: I am in-
Ward Two – covering Sotas-Burton and Barbara ate Hillside Plumbing and working together with enteen years. spired by the dedication of
the towns of Rivers, Oak Gilleshammer return for a Heating for the past ten the other trustees on our Goals over the next our teachers and support
River and Cardale and second term on the RRSD years. board and working with four years: I look forward staff to our students and I
R.M.’s of Riverdale and School Board. Goals over the next all the staff and students of to serving a second term believe it’s important our
Oakview. Richard Brown four years: This term I the RRSD. for Ward Three and I will staff feel valued and sup-
would like to engage our continue to work with the ported in their work.

Local Curlers Back On The Ice
By KAREN MITCHELL Olympic events. Edwardson purchased the Mens, Ladies and Day evenings. Junior league cur-
The first Minnedosa the rink and in 1925 hired league. The board oversees Ladies league current- rently has 21 curlers from

D ating back centuries,
curling has been a
sport that has many see-
Curling Rink was built in
1885, prior to this teams
held matches on the Little
E.B. Sharpe to build a new
curling and skating com-
plex. Edgar Stone was
the running of the rink.
The leagues offered
for the 2018-2019 curling
ly has 42 curlers and runs
every week Tuesday and
Thursday evenings.
ages nine to 19. League
runs every Monday at 4:00
p.m. The league holds an
ing it as a favourite winter Saskatchewan River. In brought on as Manager. season are; Mens, Ladies, Mixed league current- annual Junior Bonspiel
pastime. Throughout time 1900, the first rink to fea- The Minnedosa Golf and Mixed, Day (senior), Junior ly has 36 curlers and runs which will be held in Janu-
the sport has evolved into ture electric lights was Curling Complex as we and Family. The curling every week on Friday eve- ary 2019.
the game we know today constructed at a size of all know it today was built season runs from October nings Family league is start-
and its growing popularity 180’ x 96’. Curling champi- in the mid-1970s, with 23rd until mid-March. Day (seniors) league ing its second year and cur-
is seen across many rural ons for that year was the Clay Hainstock as Com- Mens league currently currently has 24 curlers rently has 40 curlers. The
towns, urban settings and Jim Murph rink with Bill plex Chairman. Today the has approximately 80 curl- and runs every week Tues- league runs for four weeks,
Wright, Bill Smith and Ben Curling Club Inc. is run ers and runs every week day and Thursday at 9:30 held on Sundays. Upcom-
Beddome. In 1923, John by representatives from Monday and Wednesday a.m. ing Family FunSpiel will be
held December 30th. Every
team at the bonspiel will
receive a prize.
The Minnedosa Tribune Jean Garbolinsky,
Curling Club Inc. Trea-

myCommunity encourages you to SHOP LOCAL surer, stated “We are really
happy to see a leadership
Neighbours Indeed
this holiday season! role in getting youth more
Be a Neighbour... involved. That’s where the
And announce future of the sport lies. A
these special events
to your community huge thank you to Kathy
Tomlinson in playing the
●Birth of Child lead role in this.”
●Wedding There are two upcom-
●Wedding Anniversaries ing Clinics. The first, Train
25th, 40th, 50th, 60th the Trainer is for anyone
●New home residency who wants to assist with
You may qualify for a the Junior League, offered
personalized keepsake
gift offer compliments through Curl Manitoba.
of local business and There will also be a Re-
professional sponsors fresher Course for anyone
who wants to hone their
Minnedosa Pharmacy
Glenndosa Glass 1990 Ltd. skills.
Minnedosa insurance Services Minnedosa was also
Kim’sQuality Foods announced as the loca-
Integra Tire tion for the 2020 U18 Men
Heritage Co-op
Minnedosa Tribune When you shop local, more of your money is reinvested into your and Women’s Provincial
Championship. The Curl-
Gateway Motel
Be part of your Community!
community through local jobs, local schools, local sports, local ing Club will host teams
from all over the region in
Contact Tillie Johnson projects, your neighbours wages and a whole lot more! March 2020.
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, November 23, 2018 3

Province Approves Funding for Main Street Paving
By DARRYL HOLYK sa, which is part of Provin- sponsible for $75,000 and
cial Highway #16A, has for the remaining $375,000 to

R iding Mountain MLA,
Greg Nesbitt, con-
firmed Monday that fund-
a number of years, been in
need of complete repav-
ing. Ongoing patchwork is
come from the province.
Phase two, from the bridge
north to 6th Avenue, was
ing for the re-paving of no longer doing the trick budgeted at $550,000 with
Minnedosa’s Main Street and our community’s main the Town again putting in
has been approved by the drag is an embarrassment $75,000 and the remaining
Provincial Government of cracks and potholes to $475,000 coming from the
and that tenders for the local residents and visitors province. In preparation
project will go out in March who travel the thorofare. In for the possible repaving,
2019. This, along with the recent year’s Minnedosa’s the Town has undertaken
reconstruction of Highway Main Street has appeared a number of repairs and
#21 south of Shoal Lake on the Manitoba CAA’s replacements to water and
have been announced as Worst Roads list - not a list sewer utility lines along
part of the province’s re- any community wants to Main Street.
cent tendering for infra- be included on! The Minnedosa proj-
structure projects for the Earlier this year, at ect was not included in this
2019-20 fiscal year. its February 2018 regu- year’s earlier provincial
“Our government was lar meeting, Minnedosa announcment which was
elected on a promise to fix Town Council passed disappointing to members
the finances of our prov- a resolution to apply to of Town Council, however, Photo by Karen Mitchell
inces and we are commit- Manitoba Infrastructure they remained hopeful
ted to sustainable spend- and Transportation for a that the Main Street proj- on the announcement. figures will be similar to “I am proud that our
ing,” said the Minister of cost sharing agreement ect would be approved in a CAO Marzoff did confirm what the Town had applied government is taking a
Infrastructure, Ron Schul- under the Urban Highway future round of provincial she had received verbal for in February. consistent spending ap-
er. “$350 million in high- Fund for 2018-1019 for the announcments. notice of the funding ap- MLA Nesbitt was proach in terms of repair-
way infrastructure capi- long overdue re-paving of As of presstime, Town proval from MLA Nesbitt. pleased with the recent ing highways and bridges
tal spending represents Main Street. At that time, of Minnedosa Mayor Pat Until the cost sharing road repair announce- across Manitoba,” said
strong, stable funding for the Town had applied for Skatch and CAO, Cindy agreement is recieved and ments within his constitu- Nesbitt. “These projects
the construction industry the project in two phases. Marzoff, had not received the project tenders are in ency as both the Minnedo- plus others across Manito-
and ensures that we main- Phase one, from the Main the actual cost-sharing next Spring, it is unknown sa and Shoal Lake projects ba will ensure our highway
tain the safety of our high- Street bridge south to 3rd agreement between the what the actual cost for the are long overdue for re- system remains both safe
way network.” Avenue, was budgeted at Town and province and repaving of Main Street newal work. and reliable.”
Main Street Minnedo- $450,000 with the Town re- were unable to comment will be, but hopefully the

Rolling River Festival of the Arts Plans For 2019 The Minnedosa Performing Arts
Expressions Concert Series Presents

By KAREN MITCHELL 15th, 2019. Deadline for entries is Thursday January 17th,
2019. Brandon Community
A planning meeting for the The Rolling River Festival
of the Arts (RRFA) was held last Thursday evening.
RRFA is a non-profit volunteer-based organization which
To find out more information on becoming a volun-
teer or to find an entry form for the festival, you can call
Val Dornn at 204-867-2432 or visit the Discover Minnedo- Orchestra
The Minnedosa Performing Arts Expressions Concert Series
provides a venue for student performance and adjudica- sa website. Presents

Quinton Blair
tion in the following disciplines, just to name a few; piano,
speech arts, band, instrumental, vocal, choral and dance. Wednesday, December 5th, 2018
Participants can also present in a non-competitive class
Friday, starts
October 7th,at 7:30
2016 p.m.
at 7:30 p.m.
where they would receive feedback from the judges and
gain audience experience. MinnedosaTanner’s
Community Crossing
Conference Centre
The board currently consists of eight members and Doors School Pit
open at 7:00 p.m.
the organization is always looking for new volunteers to Advance tickets available at the Library.
help them out. Volunteers can be any age and assist with Adults $20 (Students accompanied by an adult free)
Students (13-18) $10
duties such as booking venues, preparing venues closer The Rolling River School Division Tickets available at the Door.
Web site:
to showtimes, organize volunteers, etc. Adults $20
The 2019 festival will be held in Minnedosa with the
Board of Trustees
dance portion in Rivers during the week of March 11th to invites interested individuals to present Students (13-18)
Wine and beer available
their views on educational and budget priorities for purchaseFree if accompanied by an adult or $10
(must be 18 years or older).
for the Board of Trustees to consider Please drink All proceeds to go to
in setting the 2019-2020 budget. responsibly. Minnedosa Performing

Arts Committee

You may do this through written submission or
making a presentation at a Board meeting.
all ice fishermen & snowmobilers Please submit a written submission or forward
a letter / email requesting to make
the aeration system at antons lake a presentation at a Board meeting With much appreciation to our sponsors:

(located at jct of #10 & #16 hwy just to the attention of:
north of the truck stop) is now (37-2)

in operation for the winter. open water Rolling River School Division
will exist all winter so we urge you to c/o Kathlyn McNabb, Secretary-Treasurer
use caution if you are near this lake. Box 1170 TRIBUNE DEADLINE
Brandon Orchestra.indd 1 11/20/2018 9:41:41 AM

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Darryl a.Holyk - PublisHer anD eDitor

Yes, I Eat Meat
fully unique and interesting. forum that will relay your beliefs in a way that people can
Cooking So, why then, do I feel compelled to tell you that I eat
meat? In the years of my Chef career I have had numer-
discover them if they choose to do so.
I also want to mention that even though I eat meat, I
With ous people on many occasions try to convince me other-
wise. Telling me such things like that by eating meat we
care about the treatment of animals. Go online, and I am
sure you will be able to find past examples of inhumane
CHEF DEZ as humans are “destroying the planet” or are becoming
“riddled with disease”. I have even encountered people
practices in the slaughter of animals, but that doesn’t
mean that because I eat meat that this doesn’t appall me.
picketing barbecue events with signs that had slogans There are also many good examples of animals treated
like “Stop the Violence, Save the Animals”. Again, we are ethically. I think we all have the moral responsibility to

I eat meat. There… I said it. If you are a regular reader
of my column, or have attended my cooking classes
or shows, this will not be a shock to you. I eat meat, I al-
all entitled to our own opinions, and should be respected
for them – not just me, and my opinion, but everyone’s.
However, I feel less strongly about this when opinions
research what is behind the scenes of what we are eating,
no matter what it is, and make the best choices for each of
us as individuals. There are many industries (not just the
ways have eaten meat, and from what I can predict at this come at me in a condescending way… like I am doing food industry) that we all support based on our actions,
time I will always continue to eat meat. This is not only something wrong and I need to be saved. I don’t need to lifestyles, and spending habits, and the more informed
my choice, but also the choice of the population majority be saved, and in the same breath I will tell you that I am we become, the better it is for all.
worldwide. This is just something we have done, and for not here to save you either. So, if you want to try a different lifestyle, or even be-
the most part we will continue to do so. Therefore, this column entry is not about positives come an advocate, go for it. Let’s just remember an old
Does this mean that most people will always be meat or negatives of any dietary preferences. I am not here to cliché: You will catch more flies with honey, than with
eaters? Or does this mean that I don’t acknowledge and/ preach my ways of life, or the reasons behind it, to you. vinegar. Until next time… Happy cooking with whatever
or respect people who practice veganism, vegetarianism, For what it’s worth, I would like this to be a message to is in your pan, oven, or on your grill.
or other diet regimens that I don’t follow? Not at all. I rec- love one another, and a reminder to share what you are  
ognize the fact that we as people are not all the same, and passionate about in a manner that is not directed at oth- Chef Dez is a Chef, Writer and Host. Visit him at www.
we are gifted with the ability to make our own choices in ers in a patronizing way. I really do respect people who Write to him at or P.O. Box
the lives we are living. This what makes us all so wonder- are enthusiastic about their opinions, but please find a 2674, Abbotsford, BC V2T 6R4

Health in a Changing World
By REBECCA KINGDON issues. Take BC, for example. After over five months, build safer active transport trails.   If that’s too much to
the fires are almost out. However, they left some serious ask, then start by turning off your car. An idling car adds

N ow that Manitoba’s hottest summer on record is be-
hind us, I’m getting my cozy sweaters out, overdos-
ing on pumpkin spiced everything, and finally hitting up
(1,349 million hectare) scars on both the landscape and
on the people. At times, air quality in parts of BC was the
worst in all of North America, even outcompeting major
over 40 hazardous pollutants to the air, creating serious
breathing issues for kids especially. Even idling your ve-
hicle for five to 10 minutes a day wastes over $150 worth
some hiking trails.   US cities. Some days, the air was so thick with smoke that of fuel a year, and contributes 239 kilograms (the size of
Finally?! Well, that’s the funny thing about climate it turned dark at 3:30 p.m., and it hurt to breathe even two big men) of greenhouse gases per year. That’s a lot of
change. While our summers are getting longer, and pro- thousands of kilometres away here in Manitoba. Health gas (from the car, not the men)! So, if you’re waiting for
viding us with more opportunities to spend time outside, officials suggest there won’t be long-term breathing ef- a friend, a train, or a burger, just turn off the car. You’ll
they are also getting much hotter -  too hot in some cases. fects once the air clears, but what if this happens every be reducing the local air pollution and climate change
This heat makes Netflix binging in a cool basement even year for months at a time? impacts. Plus, your lungs, heart, and children will thank
more enticing. Not to mention the emotional trauma of being evac- you.
In my defense, as we saw in Quebec and Japan, heat uated from communities, losing homes, and living in a
can kill. Generally, it is the very young and the very old constant state of concern, rather than enjoying the sum- Rebecca Kingdon works as the Public Outreach and
who are impacted by the heat. Higher temperatures lead mer lake life. Imagine waiting all year for your de-stress- Education Coordinator for Climate Change Connection
to rapid dehydration and heat stroke, which add stress ing summer vacation, only to be shut inside, preparing in Winnipeg. If you have questions or solutions, please
to cardiovascular and respiratory systems. This sum- your emergency escape. Fires, floods, and serious storms email her at
mer though, the higher temperatures also put stress on in Manitoba will impact food, homes, work, and other re-
younger bodies, especially construction workers, farm- sources, further contributing to mental health concerns.
ers, and everyone else that spent time outdoors but were So, what’s the solution here? To put it bluntly, quit Letters to the Editor can be sent to
caught off guard. adding to the problem. Ride a bike when you can. With or Box 930,
Plus, higher temperatures mean higher concentra- milder falls and early springs, cycling is an obvious an-
tions of pollutants in the air, which create more health swer.   And while you’re at it, ask municipal leaders to
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Federal PC Candidate Dan Mazier
“Honoured and Humbled”
“It has been a busy few Mazier said. “I will have
Ye O l d
months getting to nomina- some big shoes to fill and

D an Mazier is the new
Conservative Party
of Canada candidate for
tion meetings, and I com-
mend both Ben Fox and
Floyd Martens on their
I am looking forward to
working closely with him
and getting his advice as
the 2019 federal election well-run campaigns.” we head toward my federal
for Dauphin-Swan River- Current Member of election campaign.”
Neepawa. Parliament, Robert So- Mazier has already
Regional Organizer puck, announced in May begun to assemble a cam-
Gus Nelson made the an- that he will not be seek- paign team, including
nouncement in Minnedo- ing re-election during the some familiar faces from 1888 – There is talk of organizing a toboggan club in
sa on November 10th, fol- next election. Sopuck is his nomination campaign town. There is no place in Manitoba that has such nat-
lowing four nomination finishing out his last term team. ural facilities for the sport, the slides being of Nature’s
meetings at which local and was at the announce- “I could not have won File photo own making and the town surrounded with them.
members of the Conserva- ment in Minnedosa eager this first race without the
tive Party of Canada could to shake hands with his fu- support of my wife Leigh,
cast their votes. ture successor. our family and so many
happy to be a part of it.” 1898 – Geo. Fuller advertises Minnedosa’s most up-
The federal election is to-date barber shop and billiard room with a select
“I am honoured and “I have seen first-hand friends and volunteers,” he expected to be held on Oc- stock of fancy tobaccos, cigars, pipes and cigarettes
humbled to run in the next the impact that Bob has said. “This is an important tober 21st, 2019. for sale.
election as a Conservative made on his constituents part of how democracy in
candidate,” Mazier said. over the last eight years,” Canada works and I am
1908 – The “D” Squardon 12th Manitoba Dragoons
are holding their annual Grand Military Ball at Pear-

Toddler Travels
son’s Hall. Tickets $1.00, Ladies Free.

1918 – The public school did not open on Monday
Around The World To last as expected. The health officer felt the town was
not sufficiently free from the epidemic of flu.

Visit Grandparents 1958 – The old order changeth and the Smoland
Covenant Church is now known as the Evangelical
Covenant Church. This change in name has been
brought about for two reasons; the church is now lo-
cated in Minnedosa instead of the Smoland District
and the church is no longer predominately Swedish
and welcomes all nationalities.

1968 – The suitability of our area for skiing has been
recognized for many years. Plans are finally underway
for a ski slope. Parks Board officials are working on a
ski run at the beach with a ski tow expected to be in-
stalled in the next few days.

1978 – Angry farmers in the Cardale area staged a
protest against Pool Elevators last week to object to
Pat Skatch of the Minnedosa & District Foundation the closing of their elevator on November 15th. The
presented a grant of $1,000 to the Victoria Quilts reason for the closure was the proposed abandon-
Neepawa Branch represented by Arlene Waddell and ment of the CN line.
Marg Vanbuskirk. These hard working ladies make
Photo submitted quilts for people with cancer. Many in our area have 1988 – Minnedosa and District United Way cam-
paign now stands at $11,000 just slightly more than
Grandma Edith Parsons spending
received one of these beautiful quilts half of the $19,000 goal. Local funds are distributed
quality time with her only grandchild, For more info or to make a donation to the Foundation go to among eight worthy organizations.
Emi, in Minnedosa recently.
1998 – Minnedosa Teens Against Drunk Driving
kicked off Addiction Awareness Week with Troy West-
Quilts.indd 1 11/20/2018 9:41:09 AM wood of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers punting a ball,
held by MLA Harold Gilleshammer from in front of
T hree-year-old Emi Nozoe Parsons left Dakar, Senegal
with her mother, Mio, on November 1st. They flew to
Dubai where they met Emi’s Dad, Edward, who flew in
the new hall over the roof of the Arena.

from his job in Somalia. The threesome continued on to 2008 – The Town of Minnedosa has decided to put
Tokyo, Japan  where they visited Emi’s maternal grand- the local campground and cottage area on the market.
parents. Then Emi and her dad flew from Tokyo to Van- Revenue from the sale and property tax revenue in the

Dr. Derek Papegnies
couver then on to Winnipeg. year’s ahead would support the development of a new
Sadly, because of work commitments in Dakar Mio residential subdivision.
could not accompany them to Canada.  They spent a
week with Emi’s paternal grandparents, Albert and Edith
Parsons, in Minnedosa before they flew home to Dakar OPTOMETRIST
by way of Montreal/Casablanca.  Tribune Founder
When Emi gets home on Sunday, November 25th William Gibbens
she will have flown all the way around the world to visit Born - 1854 at London, England
her four grandparents; quite a trip for a three-year-old! 129-2nd Avenue S.W., Minnedosa, MB
Died - February 20, 1932
at Cornwall, Ontario
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Janzen Boys Open Latest Concert Series
By KAREN MITCHELL which really started the
ball rolling. From there the

O n Thursday, Novem-
ber 8th the father
and sons trio known as
trio attended the Winnipeg
Fringe Festival in 2016, the
Toronto Fringe Festival in
the Janzen Boys travelled 2017 and the Festival du
to Minnedosa for the first Voyageur this past year.
concert of the 2018-19 The band was picked up by
Minnedosa Expressions the Manitoba Arts Network
Concert Series. to be one of the performers
The Janzen Boys; con- in the 2018/19 series and
sisting of father John and will be travelling through
sons Simon age 17 and the winter performing
Mick age 14, starting bus- concerts.
king in 2014 when oldest The trio reflected on
son Simon wanted to en- the passion that fuels them
ter a contest. (Busking is to perform, “The ability to
the act of playing music travel all over, be together Photo by Karen Mitchell
in the street or other pub- and get away from every-
lic place). When John and thing for a little bit,” Simon our old International trac- Coordinator. mon has found his love in When Simon moved
Simon began discussing stated. “Life gets busy with tor and it had an old tape Simon and Mick grew the bass guitar. There is a from playing drums to
the realization of creating school and everything and deck, the only cassettes up loving music and ex- third Janzen son, age eight, bass guitar the addition
a group, son Mick decided this is a way to just get that were in there was a ploring different instru- who will also one day be- of a non-Janzen man was
he wanted to be a part of away for a while and leave set of the Oak Ridge Boys, ments. Both boys started come part of the act and added to the mix. The
that as well and after a lit- all that behind. It also gives I listened to those tapes out playing the drums and tour with the family. band plans on continuing
tle work the family trio was me something extra in my to death. So now I say that Mick recalls the first song Writing their own mu- on in the future and see-
formed. In the summer of life.” the Oak Ridge Boys taught he fell in love with, “I lis- sic is also a talent of these ing where this leads them.
2015 the trio busked across John grew up on a me harmony, while I was tened to Tracy Chapman’s three men. They have used They are currently working
western Canada on their farm near Killarney, MB sitting alone in a tractor.” Give Me One Reason, and I experiences and chal- on some new recordings
way to Kelowna to play at a and started dabbling with John and his family lived played drums to that a lot, lenges from their lives in to add to their mix and
festival. That year they also the guitar at the age of 12, in Japan for 12 years before trying to imitate the drum- the past to inspire them to plan on doing much more
played at a Kids Fringe Fes- although not really push- returning to Winnipeg in mer exactly.” Micks love create. Their act consists of in 2019. The bands next
tival in Winnipeg on a play ing it or taking it to serious- 2012 where he now works now is the mandolin, after singing original songs as gig after Minnedosa was
put on by Siloam Mission ly. “I always loved harmo- at the Siloam Mission as receiving it as a gift from a well as an array of old clas- in Carberry, through the
called “Blink’s Garden” nies, I remember driving a Community Education family friend in Japan. Si- sics and new hits. Manitoba Arts Network.

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Rapid City Rink Receives Go Ahead to Open Doors
By KAREN MITCHELL ly outline the extent of re- Frank Hyndman treasurer
pair needed, however, the and Loraine Wright sec-

T he opening of the Rap-
id City Rink complex
for the 2018 – 2019 skat-
go ahead for a safe season
was granted by the engi-
neer for this winter season
retary. The Rec Hockey
Board committee consists
of; Alica Fulford, Angela
ing season is a “good news only. The council and the Beernaerts and Jamie
story” for residents. engineer will re-look at the Reynolds.
After the town meet- report and structure in the Current registration
ing held on September spring for moving forward for rec hockey sees the go
20th, the thoughts of see- with needed repairs. ahead for four teams; ages
ing the rink welcome skat- Immediately follow- six and under, ages seven
ers looked dismal at best. ing the town meeting, resi- to ten, ages eleven and
R.M of Oakview council dents were quick to gather twelve and ages thirteen
received word that it could and form a new Rink Board and up. Registration for
be unsafe to open for and a Rec Hockey Board rec hockey is around par
the season, after a walk- due to the fold of previous for previous years and will
through inspection was years boards. begin after the Christmas
done on the rink itself ear- The Rink Board com- holidays however work on
lier this year. To date, the mittee consists of; Kelly the ice has already started.
Council is still waiting on Fulford president, Dan
the engineers report to ful- Quennelle vice president, File photo

Keep Your Pets Safe Corner Smash Up
lifetime of care. This needs
to be a well thought out de-
cision.” Families often will
spur of the moment pick
up a puppy without fully
researching breeds, life-
styles, needs, etc. “Some-
one really needs to know
what they want from the
dog,” stated Troy. “If you
are active and run miles
every day then you will
want a dog for that, if you
sit on the couch and don’t
By KAREN MITCHELL fat for your pet after skin- move around much you Photo by Karen Mitchell
ning) will want a dog for that, etc.

T he thrill and excite- Every breed is very differ- Local police, paramedics and firefighters responded to a motor
ment of getting a new Table Foods in gen- ent and pet owners need vehicle accident at the corner of 1st Street and 2nd Avenue S.E.
pet is a memory one will eral should be discussed to take the needed amount Wednesday evening at approximately 5:30 p.m. A car, travelling
never forget, but along with the vet and should of time to understand the west on 2nd Avenue smashed into a parked truck and then travelled
with the cuteness of a tiny never encompass more breeds, commitments and through the Founders Park at the corner southeast of the Post Office.
new puppy or kitty comes than 5% of the overall diet. responsibility it takes.” Fortunately, the lone female driver was not injured and
years of responsibility. It is good to be consistent miraculously missed hitting the street sign and hydro pole. However,
Dr. Troy Gowan, with diet and if possibly try Other dangers through
the car did take out the park’s bench before coming to a stop.
Minnedosa Veterinary and avoid table foods at all. the holidays include:
Clinic, outlines potential The cause of the accident was not known at presstime.
risks pet owners may en- Chocolate: Dark choc- Poinsettia/Plants -
counter and how to keep olate (high in cocoa) is may  cause vomiting and
that new puppy or kitty toxic and can greatly harm gastrointestinal upset.
safe. your puppy. Depending on
the size of the dog and the
sel – gets caught on a piece
Bones (ie chicken, amount ingested the risks of intestine and bunches
ribs, steak,etc) can ob- will vary. up like an accordion, not
struct airways and become allowing to pass through
lodged in the throat result- Grapes and Raisins: the system.
ing in choking. If the bones Can cause kidney failure. By Doreen TroTT
break and splinter it can Overall, owning a pet
also puncture the intes-
tine and cause huge issue
to your pet. A few weeks
Onions/Garlic: Can
make the pet anemic.
can be extremely reward-
ing. There are several stud-
ies that show the health
S ympathy is extended to
Gail and Darwin Mc-
Tavish on the passing of
ago, we featured an ar- A great resource is the benefits for people who mother Irene Stapleton of
ticle about the dangerous Veterinary Partner website own pets. One just needs Neepawa.
chicken bones being dis- to be willing and able to Weekday visitors with
carded along the walkway powered by the Veterinar- care for their pets through- Malcolm and Shirley Rose
at the dam. ian Information Network. out their life span and not were Ron and Barb Kris-
Now that we are en- just go out on a whim for janson of Justice.
Fatty Foods can make tering into the holiday the fun of it. Enjoy your A number of hunt-

November 30th
your pet profoundly sick season, Troy cautions any- little balls of fur and keep ers from Kemnay, Nesbitt,
for a long period of time, one giving a pet as a gift them safe. If you have any Brandon, Erickson and

7:30 p.m.
possibly causing pancre- during the holidays “It’s a questions please call your Rapid City gathered at the
atitis. (ie leaving the deer momentary decision but a local Veterinary Clinic. home of Jim and Nancy
8 Friday, November 23, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Legion To Honour Local Veterans With Downtown Banners
By KAREN MITCHELL of the banners as well. poles. Keeping momentum
Duane LaCoste, The banners will be going, LaCoste sees go-

T he Minnedosa Legion
has formed a sub-
committee to bring to life a
Minnedosa Legion Presi-
dent, stated “We see this as
a great opportunity to hon-
made of a heavy vinyl ma-
terial and will be approxi-
mately two feet across
ing one step further when
this project is completed
by making up a rolodex
new addition to Minnedo- our our veterans, we also and four feet long in size. of sorts, consisting of 5x7
sa’s Main Street. Another see this as an attraction for LaCoste hopes that they photographs along with
method to commemorate the community. I can see may be able to make a veteran histories on the
past and current veterans, tourists walking up and deal with the town for the back of each one, for those
Legion members noticed down Main Street reading hanging of the banners veterans who don’t make
an article in the May/June these, which also helps our each year. The goal is to it onto a banner. “We have
edition of the Legion Mag- businesses.” The goal is to have them hung in late Au- so many veterans to honor
azine. The article outlined fill Main Street and then gust until November 11th, and not enough space for
the project in Sackville, head out down the beach when the town Christmas everyone’s banner, so I
NB. where veterans’ pic- road on 2nd Avenue SE. “It decorations go up. An thought it would be good
tures where put onto ban- would be like we have our “example” banner will be to have the pictures and
ners along with dates of own Highway of Hero’s” made up at a later date and history in page protectors
service and what unit they expressed LaCoste. hung outside of the Legion displayed for the public to
were in. Each banner was The sub-committee for the public to view so view. It will be housed at
“sponsored” by family or a is made up of five Legion everyone can get an idea the Legion and then taken
business and their names members consisting of; of what the banners would to the schools and Re-
were added to the bottom John Mendrikis, Brian look like. membrance Day services,
Gaiser, Elvin Birch, Norm Once the committee etc.”
Banners similar Sims and Ray Orr. The first has obtained financials The Legion has had a
to the ones pictured task of the committee is to and are ready to move for- busy year and apparently
at left will honour obtain pricing for the ban- ward, they will send out have no signs of slowing
ners to see how much fi- the call for sponsors. Any- it down. Keep your eyes
local veterans in
nancially they would cost. one can sponsor a ban- open in future editions
downtown Along with that they will ner whether it be families, of The Tribune for the Le-
Minnedosa next also be looking into pricing businesses, etc. The goal gions “call for sponsors”.
year and for the metal framing which for completion of the proj-
years to come. is needed to hold up and ect would be August 2019,
hang the banners onto the baring any issues.


The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, November 23, 2018 9

Beach Enhancement Project Rural Women’s Day
Presented $25,000 From Foundation
were six grant recipients;
Diabetes Camp program,
Donates To STARS
Friends of Minnedosa
Lake, Expressions Concert
Series, South Mountain
Refugee Sponsorship com-
mittee, Tanner’s Crossing
School (TCS) Health pro-
motion and the Neepawa
Chapter of Victoria Quilts.
MCI Student Leaders
received $750 with $500
donations being made to
Centurians Special Olym-
pics, the Horticultural
Society and Rolling River
Festival of the Arts.
This year’s contribu-
tions to Foundation Schol-
Photo by Darryl Holyk arships included $2,000 to
the Verna Averill Scholar-
Harvey Wedgewood (L) from the Minnedosa ship, $500 each to the Dr.
and District Foundation presents a $25,000 Khandelwal and In Mem-
cheque to Minnedosa Lions Beach Enhancement ory of Indu Bala Khandel-
committee members Camille Marnock (C) wal Scholarships and $200
Photo submitted
and Lisa Buchanan (R). to the Shawn Cooper Me-
morial Scholarship. Manitoba Women’s Institute (MWI) hosted their annual Manitoba Rural Women’s
The Minnedosa and Day on the topic of “Exploring Rural Health Care”. The event included speakers from
Continued to the Regional Library for District Foundation is
upgrades to its children’s diverse areas of health care services, including STARS®, plus display tables from health
from Page 1 overseen by volunteer
reading area and the oth- related organizations. The day was held in Virden and Morris in October. The
board which includes planning committee for Manitoba Rural Women’s Day presented a cheque for $2,000
This year’s largest do- er to the Senior Citizens Chairman, Bruce McNabb,
Association. United We to representatives from STARS®. Pictured are Shandy Walls (STARS®), Ann Mandiuk,
nation, $25,000, was given Secretary Wilma Jones
Can received $1,476 and Deb Melosky, Arenda Vanderdeen, Christine Diores and Chad Saxon (STARS®).
to the Beach Enhance- and Treasurer Jean Gar-
ment Project in support Minnedosa Collegiate In- bolinsky. Additional board
of the committees plan to stitute (MCI) United Na- members include Cheryl
replace the children’s play tions Assembly and En- Johnson, Gaylene John-
structure at the Minnedo- counters With Canada son, Harvey Wedgewood,
sa Beach. The commit- received $1,150. Grant Spraggs and Town
tee is now half way to its At the $1,000 level Council rep, Grant Bulter.
$200,000 fundraising goal.
Another sizeable dona-
tion, in the amount of
IN Minnedosa
$10,000 was presented to
Home Hardware

the local Child Care Co-op
in support of its building
expansion project.
High pods and Ladies
Minnedosa Emer-
gency Medical Services,
Ag Society and Rockin’ the high yields. Night Out
It’s a match.
Fields were each present-
ed with $5,000 cheques
with Minor Baseball re-
ceiving $4,000.
Wednesday, December 5th
A $3,000 donation was
made to St. Mark’s Angli-
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Culinary Arts Students Win Gold at National Competition
SUBMITTED to find our confidence and the culinary industry in
we did,” Coulter added. Russell. Her parents, Ke-

T wo students from As-
siniboine Commu-
nity College’s Culinary
Chef Bryan Hendricks,
the Culinary Arts instruc-
tor who coached the duo
van and Charlene McCar-
thy, own the Chicken Chef
restaurants in Russell and
Arts program have taken for the competition, said Roblin. “From an early age,
the top prize at a national the students created their it was always in my family
competition. own good luck through and I found a passion for
Kaitlin McCarthy and hard work. it .”
Jessi Coulter wowed the “Before they went to Coulter grew up in
judges at the recent Taste the competition, they had Brandon and now lives in
Canada Cooks the Books to create recipes, exacting Onanole. “I had no idea
competition in Toronto recipes, test them and then what I wanted to do after
with their original recipe, execute them perfectly high school. I always en-
Cast Iron Seared Hudson when they got to Toronto,” joyed cooking and baking.
River Arctic Char with Hendricks said. I saw it as a hobby, not a
smoked maple birch glaze The recipe they creat- professional choice. One
on heritage grain. ed “was a really good dish. day, I had an epiphany. I
“We were the only It was really well-balanced. thought, ‘I can make this
team there from Manitoba, Everyone commented on my life.’”
never mind from a small how beautiful the plate The two students say
area. We knew we had a looked. It really showcased the Culinary Arts program
lot of competition going Manitoba ingredients,” he at Assiniboine opened
in. So, it was pretty nerve- said. up opportunities, includ-
wracking,” McCarthy said. The second-year stu- ing the competition, they Photo submitted
“We felt we had a lot to dents won the right to rep- would not have had oth- Kaitlin McCarthy, left, and Jessi Coulter hold up the trophy
prove. We knew we had a resent Assiniboine at the erwise. They both plan to they won at the Taste Canada Cooks the Books competition
lot of support. A lot of peo- competition earlier this pursue a career in culinary
recently in Toronto. Jessi resides in Onanole.
ple back home were count- year, when they beat out arts.
ing on us. We practised their classmates for the “It’s a very hands-on
were to just give me a text- out of this,’” McCarthy said. ing something fabulous is
and we worked really hard honour. program, which is really
book and say, ‘Here, cook “I came into the pro- awesome,” Coulter said.
to prepare. We just needed McCarthy grew up in nice, because if someone
this,’ you don’t get the ex- gram essentially knowing “We’ve talked about
perience. It just isn’t the nothing except what I see even grocery shopping.
same as being able to have on the Food Network. I We waste so much less
someone teach you who wanted to have that knowl- food now. We know how
has experience. Before, I edge and that founda- to butcher a whole pig. We
wouldn’t have been able tion to be channeling my know all these things now
to look through my fridge creativity. It’s just using that save a lot of money
and been able to say, ‘I can your melon and what you and a lot of time,” she add-
make a four-course meal have in your fridge. Mak- ed.

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would like to notify snow-
the season that is not the
case and we urge riders
to stay well clear of water-
ice breakup rapidly and
changing conditions must
be taken into consider-
mobilers throughout the ways, both rivers and lakes. ation.
province that ice thickness Stay safe by checking
must be at least five inches ice conditions prior to any

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Responsibility – Yours and Your Childs Reena’s Tips
Confident Kids Born to Sparkle
and confidence in themselves and sets them up for suc-
cess. As adults, we sometimes get impatient or feel too
and Helpful Hints
busy and instead of giving our children responsibilities, Dear Reena, machine you can remove

T his is an interesting topic. At what age should a child
start learning to be responsible? I suspect there are
many differing views on this topic. When children are
we feel it’s just quicker and easier to do it ourselves.
Another interesting thought is, how about refram-
ing the word “chores” and calling them “responsibilities”,
My cat has put multi-
ple nicks/scratches on my
leather couch. How can I
the smell by: painting, re-
placing flooring, washing
the walls, baseboards and
little they love to help so why not let them. If a child can “ways to be helpful”, or “family contributions”. Empha- cover them, so they are not windows and cleaning the
figure out how to get the toys off the shelf or out of the toy size, it’s every family members responsibility to help take as noticeable? Linda furniture.
box, it only makes sense that they have the capacity to get care of themselves and one another. Children are much
the toys back where they belong. more willing to help around the house when they view Dear Linda, Dear Reena,
The key is to set reasonable expectations. Give your these tasks as a meaningful way to contribute to the fam- Scratches become less I have tried several
child age appropriate tasks and perhaps even special ily. noticeable if shoe polish is commercial and home-
tasks to help you out. It may be necessary to complete Offering choices often increases a child’s willingness color matched and applied made glass cleaners to
the task with your child the first few times. There are very to help around the house. You might ask, “Do you want to to leather. However, be clean the inside of my car
few times when you try something new that you master it take out the trash or sweep the kitchen?” aware because shoe polish windows, but they have
on the first try. This is an excellent time to practice posi- Parents are a child’s first teacher and learning how to may transfer to fabrics, if always left streaks when
tive self-talk such as, “I improve with practice”, “I keep live responsibly within the family unit gives a child, life guests sit on the area that the sun reflects off of the
trying until I get it”, “I do my best”, etc. When children skills that they will continue to use throughout their life. you repair. Your best bet is windows. Do you have any
help around the house, offer encouragement to rein- At some point the end goal is raising a human being that to purchase a leather touch suggestions for cleaning
force the behavior. You might say, “You organized your can confidently function out in the world on their own, up kit. Make sure that you the inside of vehicle win-
toys so well” or a simple, “thank you that was very help- knowing how to do their own laundry, cook, get a job, follow the manufacturer’s dows? Charles
ful”. When a child masters a task, they feel a great sense manage their finances, and understand that what they instructions for using the
of accomplishment. This in turn boosts their self-esteem accomplish is their responsibility. kit to achieve the best re- Dear Charles,
sults. Purchase a good qual-
ity squeegee, a wet mop
Dear Reena, and a window scraper.
I regularly purchase Amazing window cleaner
asparagus; however, I of- recipe: In a gallon size con-
ten leave it too long before tainer mix: 1 cup rubbing
cooking it. Do you have alcohol and 1 tsp. cheap
any advice for reviving shampoo. Fill to the top
limp asparagus so that I with water. Spray windows
don’t end up wasting any and scrub with a wet, win-
more money? Dee dow mop. Use a scraper to
remove any dried-on bugs
Dear Dee, and leaves. Avoid clean-
Unless the asparagus ing windows when the sun
is too far gone, revive as- shines directly on them.
paragus the same way you The sun will dry the win-
would revive limp celery. dows too fast which will
Place veggies in a tall pot result in streaks. Clean the
with ice water in the refrig- water off the glass with a
erator for thirty minutes. squeegee. Wipe the edges
of the squeegee after re-
Dear Reena, moving the water. Dry win-
What is the best way dows with either a good
to get rid of pet (dog) smell quality micro fiber cloth or

Senior Bowling Results Erickson 4-H Beef
in the house – enzyme old newspaper. Crumple it
stuff? What I am told is that up and rub the windows
the smell can permeate until they’re dry. For extra

Club Report
into the walls, floors and shine, put cornstarch in a
SUBMITTED even the furniture? Adelon bucket with water. Wipe
windows and dry with a

B owlers of the week for November 19th were Rose-
mary Hamilton and Ray Criddle.
Other good games were Gladys Murray 181, Lynette
By EASTON PATERSON ing wreaths, and helped
serve lunch and clean up
Hi Adelon,
For very overpower-
ing smells, you may want
micro fiber cloth or news-

Johnson 159, Ava Harris 152, 127, Garry MacDowall
152, Rosemary Hamilton 212, 205, Donna MacDonald
124, Vivian Cullen 179, 179, Debbie Tarn 232, 198, Carry
H i, I am Easton Pater-
son from the Erickson
4-H Beef Club and I am
We will have our first
weigh day on December
to consider renting an
ozone machine because
the smell will disappear
Soft Hands for
a Smooth Winter

Douglas 175, Hazel Stonehouse 219, Bev Chapski 178, this year’s Club Reporter. 8th. Our next meeting is quickly. This little machine Make your own Hand
222, Betty Ann Bertrand 183, Vicky Bugg 162, 157, Doug We had our first meeting December 10th at the MCI is not recommended for Lotion: Into a double boil-
Pettigrew 193, Ray Criddle 206. of the year on Monday, No- cafeteria. regular use, but it is great er melt 4 oz. sweet almond
vember 5th. for enclosed areas that are oil and 1 oz. beeswax. Re-
The President is Eden affected by: pets, smoke move from heat and add 2
Pearson, the Treasurer
is Leah Gunnarson, the Bridge Club or flood damage, or just
smell. The machine lets
oz. water and stir well. Add
10 drops Vitamin E and 10
Area Council Senior Rep is
out a molecule called O3 drops of your favorite es-
Terry Woychychyn Jr., the (which is oxygen with an sential oil such as laven-
Area Council Junior Rep extra molecule attached). der. Stir until cool. Pour
is Shayla Woychyshyn, the 1st - Jean Garbolinsky / The third molecule escapes contents into jars or metal
Vice President is Hanna Lois Campbell into the air and absorbs tins. Candace
Popp, and the Secretary is all odors. These machines
Rylee Paterson.  2nd - Mel Harvey / can be rented at tool rental Note: Every user assumes all
On Remembrance Day Wilf Taylor retailers, as well as some risks of injury or damage re-
this year our club helped at hardware stores. Read all sulting from the implementa-
the Erickson Legion. We  3rd - Boyd Grant / tion of any suggestions in this
manufacturers’ instruc-
helped by making sand- Greg Grant column. Test all products on
tions before use. If you do an inconspicuous area first.
wiches and dainties, plac- not opt to use an ozone
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the province or email classi- Call 204-619-8349 or email day, December 1st from 11:00
Westman and Eastman: $119.00 for pricing a.m. – 1:30 p.m. at St. Jude’s Lunch at 50+ Centre
All Ads plus 5% G.S.T. and details. (36-4) x on Monday December 10th
Church Main Street Erickson.
at 12:00 noon Menu: Roast
Perogies, sausage, coleslaw
and desserts for lunch. Adults turkey, potatoes and gravy,
Classified advertisements must be submitted no later ERYTHING. Automotive, $10.00, 12 and under $5.00. veg, coleslaw, dessert, tea/
than noon Tuesday for insertion in the following Friday’s farm, construction, ATV, ma- 5 and under FREE. Perogies, coffee. $13.00 Please sign up
edition. All classified advertisements must be prepaid BEFORE rine, motorcycle, golf carts, Used Ukelele with cover. Cabbage rolls, dainties and and pay by 3:30 on Decem-
insertion. phones, tools, radios, com- Call 204-867-3615. (36-2) x more for sale. Raffles. Every- ber 3 rd(Margo 867-2431 or
puters etc. Reconditioned, one Welcome. (36-3) x 868-0845 or Betty 867-3631)
The Minnedosa Tribune is not responsible for obsolete and hard-to-find
typographical errors published AFTER the first insertion, nor batteries. SOLAR equipment. COMING EVENTS Floor Curling at the
at the 50+ Centre on Mon-
day, Wednesday, Thursday
does it assume responsibility for errors published as a result of The Battery Man. Winnipeg. Minnedosa 50+ Centre on afternoons. Speaker from Al-
an advertisement placed, changed, or cancelled, by telephone. 1.877.775.8271 www.battery- Annual Christmas Turkey Monday and Thursday af- zheimer Society. (37-2) X
To ensure your advertisement appears correctly please submit Bingo’s being held on Satur- ternoons. Contact Betty at
it in person, by fax, mail, or email. day, November 24th and Sat- 204-867-3631, Bob at 204- MISCELLANEOUS
Office supplies, Chil- urday, Dececember 8th from 867-2241 or Cherokee at 204- SERVICES
dren’s art supplies and Christ- 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. at the Minne- 868-0786. (36-2) x
AUCTIONS mas stationery available at dosa Legion Club Room. All Terry’s Home Enrich-
ment Maintenance. T.H.E.M.
The Minnedosa Tribune. 14, games are 1 line or 4 corners   Family Curling League
3rd Ave S.W. Open Monday to with prices the same as last starts on November 18th run- cell 204-868-8088 (them@
McSherry Auction Meyers Auction Friday 9 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 year (3 cards for a Loonie per ning for four Sundays;  2:00 MINOR REPAIRS
#12 Patterson Dr. Arden, MB p.m. to 4 p.m. game played) All area resi- p.m. start time $4 person drop and  MAINTENANCE in your
Stonewall, MB 10am Sunday Dec 2 in rate  Lessons/skills will be home! Fix-it jobs…  Now
dents welcome so come on
S. Gamble Estate, McCreary SALES – FINANCING booking  snow clearing for
Estate & Moving down and join us.  (License very informal. Equipment
& 3 other Estates – LEASING of Trucks, Truck- driveways and sidewalks.
Sat Dec 1 10:00 AM Snowblowers, Lawnmowers, #1269-B1-27631) (35-4) x needed;  Clean shoes for ice,
beds, Trailers, full repair, safe- broom and slider. We do have Flexible  arrangements to
Consignment Sale Furniture, China, Lawn &
Garden, Shop Tools, MUCH ties and Autopac trailer repair. some extra brooms and slid- suit the need! Affordable
Sat Dec 8 10:00 AM A.O.T.S. Pancake Supper
MUCH MORE Kaldeck Truck and Trailer service for folks with mobil-
Estate & Moving on November 23rd from 5:00 ers at rink if you do not have.
Bradley Meyers, Inc., Hwy #1 MacGregor, – 7:00 p.m. and Fair Trade Sale Text 204-867-0918 or  email ity issues to manage ice and
Sat Dec 15 10:00 AM Auctioneer MB. 1-888-685-3127 www. from 2:00 – 5:00 p.m. at the slip hazards. Hourly rate with
Yard * Recreation * Tools *
Antiques * Furniture * Misc *
204-476-6262 (36-3) x running total, (if regular up-
Minnedosa United Church.
Household * List & Pictures @ Adults $7.00, Youth (12 and keep all winter.) Flat rate for 1-time event such as storms.
(204) 467-1858 or under) $3.50. (35-3) x
(204) 886-7027 Also;    painting (Interior and Exterior)  Interior paint is
very near odorless now so
book that interior work. x 
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, November 23, 2018 13

HELP WANTED OBITUARY Community Newspapers
August 1st, 1927 –
Have Reach
November 6th, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune reaches far beyond the
boundaries of our community.
Mervyn Lorne Pollon entered into rest at the age of 91 after
a year of failing health at the Minnedosa Personal Care Home. When you advertise with The Tribune
MINNEDOSA CREDIT UNION LIMITED Lorne was born on the family farm in Minto Municipal- your ad reaches subscribers in these
CONSUMER LOANS CLERK ity, the third son born to Arthur and Bertha Pollon. His early Manitoba communities:
The Position: years were spent on the family farm. In 1950 he started work as
Due to a recent retirement Minnedosa Credit Union is seeking an a fireman for the C.P. Rail and retired as an engineer in the mid Arden MacGregor Russell
1980’s. When he was laid off of the Railroad, he unloaded rail Argyle McCreary Sandy Lake
experienced, enthusiastic and outgoing individual who thrives in a
cars of coal for the local Co-op. Lorne had a strong work ethic Bethany Melita Shoal Lake
results driven environment. and kept busy farming full time as well as being a full-time rail-
The Consumer Loans Officer is a key member of the lending team roader.
Brandon Minitonas Souris
and is responsible to meet member needs by establishing strong On September 8th, 1952 he married Donna Riddell at Brookdale Minnedosa Ste Rose
business relationships, providing quality lending products and the Clanwilliam United Church. Lorne and Donna enjoyed Carberry Morden Starbuck
services and cross-selling deposit services. The Candidate will ensure that snowmobiling, quadding, fishing and entertaining friends and Cardale Mountain Steinbach
all loan activities are in compliance with relevant legislation, regulations, family at their cabin at Otter Lake. Lorne was a long-time mem- Carman Road Stonewall
policies and procedures. ber of both the Masons and the Legion.
Clanwilliam Neepawa Stoney
Lorne was predeceased by wife Donna on May 21st, 2007,
As a community minded organization we are looking for an individual parents Arthur and Bertha Pollon, brother Walter and wife Dauphin Newdale Mountain
that has a history of active community involvement. Ruby, Brother Douglas, sister Florence and husband Jack Wil- Douglas Oak Bank Strathclair
The Person: son, brother Harold and wife Mary, brother in-law Keith Taylor Eden Oak River Swan River
Reporting to the Manager of Lending, the ideal candidate will possess1
and Lorne’s companion Marie Hennigar. He is survived by his Elphinstone Oakburn Virden
sister Hazel and numerous nieces and nephews. Erickson Olha Winnipeg
to 3 years of related experience and a minimum Grade 12 diploma plus
A memorial service was held on Saturday, November 10th
one year of formal education or equivalent (includes completion of CUIC Franklin Onanole
at Memories Chapel in Minnedosa with Elgin Hall officiating.
General Studies Program). A combination of education and experience Interment was at Clanwilliam cemetery. Gladstone Pilot Mound Did You Know?
will be considered. Great Falls Polonia We also
EMPLOYMENT Hamiota Portage la
The Organization:
CARD OF THANKS have a number
Minnedosa Credit Union is a very successful single branch full–service High Bluff Prairie of subscribers
financial institution with 3700 members and assets of $136 million.
Home Hotel, Boissevain,
Kenton Rapid City across Canada
The family of Lorne
We have been providing the Town of Minnedosa and surrounding MB. Requires a permanent Killarney Reston and the United
Pollon would like to thank
communities with high quality service and products since 1947. For full-time cook and waitress. the people who came to visit Lac du Bonnet Rivers States.
further details see: Excellent working environ- him during the last year as his Lake Audy Rossburn
The Salary: ment, fair wages, friendly health failed. We would also
Salary will relate to qualifications and experience. Minnedosa Credit low-cost living. Contact 204- like to thank the Minnedosa
Union also offers employee benefit, pension and bonus plans. 534-8207, thehomehotel333@ Health Centre and Minnedo- sa Personal Care Home staff
The Community: for their care and compas-
Manitoba’s Valley Paradise, Minnedosa is a community of 2500 with many MEDICAL TRANSCRIP- sion in the last few months of
amenities including a daycare facility, new medical clinic, K-12 schools, TION! In-demand career! Em- Lorne’s life. x
hospital, 18 hole golf course, ski-hill and beautiful Lake Minnedosa. For ployers have work-at-home

further details see: positions available. Get on-
line training you need from an
Please send your resume, in confidence, by December 3, 2018 to:
employer-trusted program.
Terry McLenehan
Manager of Lending
Minnedosa Credit Union Limited
Visit: or
1-855-768-3362 to start train- WHAT?
ing for your work-at-home ca-

Box 459 reer today! Ads are read
Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0
E-mail: by our
We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those selected for readers! Advertising deadline is
an interview will be contacted.
M & M Autobody is looking for a responsible person to
clean vehicles and do small mechanical jobs. Apply in person
Hip or Knee Well, you just Call
Replacement? read this ad!
and ask for Merv. (35-4) x 204-867-3816
Restrictions in daily
or email ads to

activities? The Minnedosa
One experienced seasonal applicant to work on bee farm adsales@
in Minnedosa (DES ½ BLK 39176) as an Apiary Technician/ $2,500
Tax Credit
Since 1883
Worker from April 15th to October 31st, 2019. Must be able to
work full time days, evenings and weekends. Must have driv- $40,000
ers license. Duties include feeding, splitting, pulling, extracting refund cheque/
honey, making up nucs, unwrapping overwintered beehives, rebates PROPERTIES FOR SALE
making up brood nests, supering, medicating etc. Theses duties Disability Tax
include handling heavy loads, standing for lengthy periods of Credit.
time, bending, crouching and kneeling. Must be able to handle 204-453-5372 Prairie Mountain Ph: 204-867-4657
heat, dust and odours as most work is done outdoors. $13.00 Independently Owned Gwen Usick Fax: 204-867-2150
per hour for 40 hours a week. Benefits: Workers Compensa- and Operated Broker Realtor
tion and vacation pay. Please mail resume to 4663943 Man. Ltd.
Son Huynh, Box 1173 Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0 or email to Lin- PR PR or fax to 204-867-5451. (36-2) x N EW NEW

Buy and Sell - 1,680 sq. ft., 1 3/4 storey
Space galore in this immaculate well
FRANKLIN MINNEDOSA maintained 3 bedroom 2 bath home. This

Treasure in the - 4,000 sq. ft. heavy steel
commercial building.
- 832 sq.ft.
- 3 bedroom, 2 bath.
- 3 bedroom, 2 baths,
9 ft. ceilings
beautiful home has seen numerous recent
upgrades that include HE gas furnace with
central air, HWT ‘15, shingles ‘12, most
windows ‘16, doors, 4 piece bath, flooring,
- Large lot, single car
ceilings, walls, basement, living room
- 5.24 acres. addition, electrical, plumbing and more.
- Single car garage. garage. Outside you will find the perfect workshop
- 3 phase power. with wood stove, furnace & sitting area
- Completely renovated - R50 insulation in attic, making the perfect man cave get away!
head to toe. windows 2012.


The Minnedosa MLS#1723314 MLS #1804051 MLS #1806243
$199,900 $224,900 $215,900 $106,900 $89,500 MLS #1812397 $219,900

Since 1883 Take a tour on or our website www.remax-prairie
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“Living in your
Proud Supporter Rick Taylor 867-7551 CONSTRUCTION

BIRCH Parish Backhoe
GENERAL ●Septic Systems ●Weeping tiles
CONTRACTORS ●Water Systems ●Basements
• Specializing in water & sewer
Commercial ●All types of excavation●
NEW LISTING installation & repair Residential Certified in waste
• All types of excavation
306 – 1ST ST. SE,
242 - 5TH AVE. S.W.
307 - 2ND ST. S.E.
• Basements, Demolition
• Snow removal
867-0400 water management
- 1,076 sq. ft. 3 bedroom
• Gravel, Topsoil 0r Call: Ian
- Triple garage with loft area - 680 sq. ft. 2 bd bungalow • Sales of septic tanks
& guest house bungalow
- Some newer windows and Kirk 867-0180 867-7506 874-2134 or 867-0383
- Corner lot in great area of - wood burning fireplace, deck shingles
town with hot tub

Bryon Gaiser HWM
- Just needs a litlle TLC
- Concrete slab with plumbing - Many updates and newly
for future development fenced yard $94,900 MLS #1830100
$109,900 MLS # 1718681 $279,900 MLS #1808983 Truck & Skid
Steer Service
Competitive Rates

204 - 6TH AVE. N.W.
- ¼ section on Little MINNEDOSA
- 1,450 sq. ft. 1 3/4 storey Saskatchewan River
- 3 bedrooms, 2 baths - Excellent horse barn
- 1,380 sq. ft. 3 bedroom
- Immaculate condition and
- Extensive renovations and
huge yard.
- Custom built 2 storey home lots of updates Enterprises Ltd.
$550,000 MLS # 1829012 - Sunroom and double Refridgeration
$184,900 MLS #1825666 detached garage Air Conditioning,
$284,900 MLS #1822536 Heating & Electrical BILL HOPKINS
Considering listing your Property? 30 Years 204-867-0260 5” AND 6” continuous
Call me today for great service at great rates!
Ex perience!!
Siding Roofing
Bus : 867-3950 Soffit Fascia

Glen Burgess
Closed cell Polyurethane Spray foam
Blow in Attic & Wall Fibre Insulation
Fire Retardent Coating

PRAIRIE REDI-MIX Electrician 204-867-3738
Minnedosa - 867-3853
R eady Mix Conc rete 204-868-5211 Email:
Concrete forms, Rebar, Wire Mesh,
George Allard, FCGA* Weeping Tile, Concrete Sealer, Snap Ties
Gateway Street All at Competitive
Jon Kowal
Onanole, MB Open prices
8:00 - 4:00
Howard Wirch, C.G.A*
9-515 4th Ave.
Suite A 867-0145 Custom
Shoal Lake, MB 110 Main Street South Fertilizer Minnedosa
204-759-2680 Minnedosa
Floating Credit Union
Dauphin Office - 204 867-5550 Call today to book your
15 1st Ave. S.W. ● Roofing ● Decks
Phone: 204-638-3005
● Fencing ● Exterior ● Finishing spring floating needs!
● Renovations ● Repairs
Fax: 204-638-5817
Darvin - 204-868-5869 Main line
*Denotes Professional Corporation AUTO
Robert - 204-867-7113 204-867-6350
204-868-5980 or 204-867-5544 Fairmount Solar and Electrics Brad Ross
For All Your Electrical Needs 204-867-6366
MÊ GijsbersÊ
204-874-2360 Terry McLenehan
Susan Glasgow
Chartered Professional BACKHOE & TRUCKING
Accountant Inc.

MinnedosaÊ Debbie Strelczik
Ê 213ÊÊ 2ndÊ StÊ NEÊ Ê -Ê Ê BoxÊ 385Ê Ê 204-867-6360
T:Ê 867-3884Ê Ê Ê C:Ê 867-0190Ê Electrical Inc. (48-4)
Dan Quesnel
Email:Ê Ê Catharine@mts.netÊ
M&M ●Electrical
GRAIN 204-867-6359
Donna Dowsett
AUTO BODY Contracting HAULING 204-867-6361
BDO Canada, LLP All Auto Body Repairs Ph: 867-3238
Candice Brown
Chartered Accountants Ph: 867-2083
and Advisors 5 Main St. North
Cell: 868-5741
Brian Horner Alayna McTavish
Farm, Business & Individual Grain & Fertilizer Kim Butler
Professional Services: Hauling 204-867-6352
~ Tax
Book this spot Book this spot Joanne Clarke
~ Accounting
~ Farm Programs $5.52/week $5.52/week Gaylene Johnson
Sarah Campbell, CGA Call 204-867 3816 Fax
39 Main Street South Call 204-867 3816 204-867-6391
Minnedosa 867-2957
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, November 23, 2018 15

WAHOSKI G ORD K E L LY Lakeside St. Alphonsus
Septic Service
Drivers Licenses, Autopac MECHANICAL LTD. Plumbing & Heating Catholic Church
General Insurance Gas Fitting 142
142 4th
4th St, NW.
St, NW. • Lawn Mowing & Trimming
PLUMBING Potable water Minnedosa,MB
MB 867-3831
Cheri McTavish – Broker ph: 867-2084 Minnedosa, 867-3831 • Dandelion Spraying -
867-3946 HEATING cell: 867-0346 delivery. Licensed Pesticide Applicator
Mass Sunday 9:00 a.m.
Book your portable • Fertilizer Application
GAS FITTING toilets. • Licensed Arborist Service
LEGAL AIR CONDITIONING SELF-HELP Erle Jury & Family • Hedge Trimming
• Yard Clean Up
204-867-3121 867-2416
Alexander or A.D.A.M. Cory Johnston ▪ Minnedosa
204-476-5185 Cell: 867-7558
Jackson Anxiety Disorders People Helping People (204)Ê 476-4705Ê
Law Office - Committed to Caring -
B-116 MainSt.St
of Manitoba RAINKE'S
RAINKIES Phone (204) 857-6100
Minnedosa, MB Support Group Sewage Service Fax (204) 857-8389 Prairie Mountain HVAC/R
867-3981 Plumbing & Heating JIM BEAUMONT
Meetings are held at Ventilation/Air quality Neepawa Library 3rd Tuesday of 476-2483
Ty Burton the month 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Owner/Operator
Air Conditioning

Burgess Law
204-868-5358 For more info call:
Debbie Fisch
Cell: 476-6591 REAL ESTATE Kitchen Equipment
Commercial Gas Fitter
Office (204) 725-8550 Dennis: 476-2766 Commercial & Residential
service specialist
51 Main Street S
867-2935 Plumbing & Heating
ANONYMOUS 1-204-867-7346
If you like to drink and can
Summit Septic • Construction •
That's your business
If you want to stop and can't ServiceS LEONA’S
204-867-5458 That's our business. Minnedosa and surrounding areas Studio Of Image
P.O. Box 36 Frank r. Ford and Family Hair Care
L a w O ffi c e PLUMBING & HEATING
Russ Huyghe
or 867-3966 penny Ford PETER HARRISON
•Eminence Facials
Alanon - 210-0433 & Product
Norman H. Sims, Q.C. 204-868-6376
Alateen - 867-5121 Owner/Operator Phone/Text 867-5444 • Pedicures & LCN Nails
7 6 Ma i n S t r e e t S o u t h 867-3401 Minnedosa 204-210-0158 • Spray Tanning
MINNEDOSA • 867-2717 Cody Huyghe Mtg. Times: 8:00 pm Tuesdays
204-210-0502 Cells • Piercing
OFFICE MANAGER Drug Problem? 204-868-0851 or 204-868-0863
• Eyelash Extensions
204-868-6886 Narcotics
email: 204-867-2287
67 Main St.
Anonymous can help
BURTON PAINTING TRADING Meetings every Waterpals Rob’s TAC
Potable Water Delivery Yard Maintenance ServiceS Ventures Inc.
Tuesday & MinnedoSa & area
Myrna Alexander
Myrna Charles Minnedosa and area
Saturday at 7 p.m. Waste
Cell: 868-5503
Cell: 868-5503 • Snow Blowing
Health Inspected
at Calvary Temple, • Unwanted Item Removal Management &
TRADING STORE 221 Hamilton Street, No Job is too small!!! • Small Engine Repairs
• Mechanical Welding
Neepawa, MB 204-868-5674 (204)476-0002
Book 867-5551 • Handyman Services
Garbage Removal
• Reasonable Rates
This Spot Gently Used Furniture Bin Rentals
204-720-5934 Construction Demolition
for Clothing & Misc. Items SERVICES
Household clean up
only Donations Estate clean ups
Estate Sales
$8.29 We now offer Small Engine Repair Transformative
Pick-up & Deliveries Fair Rates
per CARPET CLEANING Electrolysis
Call us today for your carpet
Call for Quote
Fall Tune ups on
Book Permanant Hair Removal
week! Snowblowers etc. 142 Main Street North
& upholstery cleaning needs.
This Minnedosa, MB

MLA Spot 204-596-5111


Kim’s for Book
This Spot
Cleaning Services only
- Residential $13.88 only
204.759.3313 - Commercial
per $8.29
● 204-848-0097

Toll Free 844.877.7767 204-848-0400 Home: 867-3272
● 204-848-0400 Cell: 210-0818 week! week!
#7 � 515 4th Avenue
Burlington Place, Shoal Lake, MB
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Newdale News
By Raven’s Glen WI dale friends following knee the 1950’s. He was prede- having them bring their taken whether our club members taking on Di-
surgery recently. We wish ceased by the oldest sister message to our congrega- would disband or remain rectors’ roles. We will be

C ongratulations
Dan Jardine, piper
to the Minnedosa Legion
to you a speedy recovery this
time Linda!
We’d like to send our
Barbara Pirie.
The Strathclair Dinner
Chorus has begun their
tion. They join us for cof-
fee at the hotel and Susan
was delighted to view the
active for one more year,
and 100% ayes meant we
will be active for the 2019
hosting the regional Con-
vention in March 2019. We
had two successful Coffee
who was presented with a condolences to the fam- performances and had two Travelling Art pictures still season. It was decided parties while the Travelling
watch for his service to the ily of Robert Creasy who last week end to start off up in the Drop-In. The we would decrease the Art Show was here and 50
Legion at their awards Cer- passed away in Saskatoon their season. What a great pictures move on to Rivers number of meetings to guests viewed the pictures.
emony held on November on November 16th. He array of musical entertain- next. six and our members will We appreciate the support
11th. Dan preaches at our was predeceased by his ment we have available to A joint memorial ser- be paired up to provide a from the community and
United Church once every wife and leaves to mourn all of us in our west-man vice will be held for Pat program of their choosing area. Our Ladies Nite Out
month and we all send him two sons and a daughter. area. The Drama Club has Graham and husband Gor- – speaker, articles to dis- will soon be here and the
congratulations, and he We also send along sym- had auditions and will be- don, first in Cochrane, AB cuss, outings, or whatever local ladies look forward to
usually plays his bagpipes pathy to his two sisters gin rehearsals soon. Who with another service to be they select. We’re looking this evening. Lunch and a
at our Cenotaph before Sandra and Margo and says there’s “nothing” to held in Brandon at Rose- forward to an interesting social time followed.
church on the Sundays their families. These were do in winter! wood Memorial Gardens. year! Officers elected were
he’s here. the children of Dr. Creasy Susan and Ed LaSeuer Newdale Raven’s Glen President- Enid Clark; Sec-
Best wishes to Linda who served our commu- of Brandon took our Sun- WI met on November 15th retary –Treasurer –Sheona
Birch from all your New- nity as medical doctor in day service and we enjoy where a secret vote was Smith; with the remaining

*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)
NOVEMBER 23RD - NOVEMBER 29TH * 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

Campbells Chili, Chunky asstd.............. 540ml ...... $1.99 Michelina
asstd reg only ..................227-250g .. 3/$4.00
El Monterey Taquitos chicken, beef .......................................684g ............. $7.99
Nestle pure life ................................................................ 24x500ml ............. $4.50
Guiseppe pizza asstd ...............................................................740g ............. $5.49
Ritz/Triscuit/Christie crackers asstd .......200g ...... $2.49 McCain Superfries asstd ................................................. 454-650g ............. $2.79
Tostitos, Lays chips asstd ................................................ 210-295g ............. $2.99

Dads oatmeal/chocolate chip cookies........................... 305-320g ............. $2.49
Kelloggs Rice Krispie squares asstd ............................... 176-200g ............. $2.50
Heinz beans asstd ................................................................. 398ml ............. $1.29
Heinz ketchup upside down/squeeze .......................... 750ml-1lt ............. $4.99
Shake N Bake asstd .......................................................... 142-152g ............. $2.49
McCafe premium roast tin ......................................................950g ........... $17.99 NN™ wieners ............................................450g ...... $2.49
Nescafe coffee instant rich ......................170g ...... $4.99 Chicken or pork & veg potstickers.......................................1.25kg ........... $10.00
Kool Aid jammers asstd ................................................. 10x180ml ............. $3.15 PC™ meatball swedish, sirloin beef ......................................907g ........... $12.99
Palm dish detergent original ............................................... 828ml ............. $2.49 PC™ cheese custards deep fried, poutine bites....................320g ............. $7.99
Snackpack family pack CP asstd ........................................ 12x99g ............. $3.49 NN™ chicken wing boxes asstd .............................................908g ........... $11.49
Campbells RW soup asstd.................................................... 284ml ............. $1.49 PC™ Mozzarella cheese sticks ...............................................454g ............. $7.99
Campbells broth beef/consomme ...................................... 284ml ............. $1.49 Pork back ribs ................................................... $4.39/lb
Bicks pepper rings hot, sauerkraut wine ........................... 750-1lt ............. $3.99 Chicken drumsticks.................................................................................. $1.99/lb
Kraft peanut butter smooth ....................................................... 1lt ............. $3.99 Beef rib steak ............................................................................................. $9.99/lb

Fleecy fabric softener sheet original fresh ............................... 80s ............. $4.49
Dawn ultra dish detergent asstd.......................................... 532ml ............. $2.79
Caesar dog food asstd .............................................................100g ............. $0.99
Uncle Bens Bistro Express rice asstd ......................................250g ............. $2.99
Stagg chili asstd........................................................................425g ............. $2.49
Bicks pickles whole garlic/no garlic .......................................... 1lt ............. $3.49 Cauliflower ..................................................................................................... $3.49
Christie Oreo/Chips Ahoy cookies asstd .......287-303g ...... $2.69 Bartlett pears, McIntosh apples................................................................. 1.29/lb
Motts Clamato asstd .............................................................. 1.89lt ............. $3.79 Green, Red Grapes............................................. $1.99/lb
Simply orange juice pulp free ............................................... 1.54lt ............. $3.49 Navel oranges............................................................................................ $1.29/lb
Gold Peak Iced Tea raspberry ............................................... 1.75lt ............. $3.49 Raspberries .................................................................................................... $2.99
Kraft Singles sliced cheese asstd ............................................450g ............. $4.99 Sweet peppers - red, orange .................................................................... $2.99/lb
Kraft Cheez Whiz .....................................................................450g ............. $4.99 Pineapples...................................................................................................... $3.99
Five Alive mango citrus ......................................................... 1.75lt ............. $2.79 PC mini potatoes - mixed, red, yellow ...................................680g ............. $3.49
PC™ bar marble, extra old cheddar.......................................400g ............. $6.29 NN shelled peanuts .................................................................907g ............. $4.99
Philadelphia cream cheese brick soft ..............250g ...... $3.49 Celery stalks ................................................................................................... $1.69
ID coffee whitener cream asstd ........................................... 473ml ............. $2.49 English cucumber, Broccoli .......................................................................... $1.99
Cracker Barrel natural slice marble cheddar ........................240g ............. $4.99

MM juice orange original/pulp free frozen juice ............... 295ml ............. $1.29

D’Italiano bread asstd .......................600-675g ...... $2.49
Wonder buns asstd .......................................................... 624-672g ............. $2.49 OPEN 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM, 7 DAYS A WEEK • 70 Main Street South, Minnedosa 867-2821

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