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Volume 136 Issue 39 Friday, December 7, 2018 www.minnedosatribune.com 90 cents plus tax

INSIDE A Magical Sprinkle of Frost
this week

U13 Girls
Win Gold

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Cruzers Give
To Clinic

8 Photos by Darryl Holyk

5-Pin Youth Mother Nature recently blanketted the area with a thick
covering of needle-like sparkling crystals known as hoar frost.
Bowling While this thick, white, glimmering frost adds a magical glow
to the great outdoors, it can also have negative impacts. While
Challenge residents in our immediate area were not greatly affected,

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Manitoba Hydro crews were kept extra busy earlier this week
clearing the heavy frost from power lines in southwestern
Manitoba. A number of customers in the most southern part
of the provinces western corner experienced power outages.

Minnedosa Santa Day Craft Sale
Saturday, December 8th, 2018
11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. at Minnedosa United Church
Shop from over 20 crafters, artisans and home-based businesses!
There will be raffle prizes and more! Admission is FREE!!!
Proceeds will go to the Minnedosa Food Bank
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U13 Girls Soccer Team Brings Home the Gold
By KAREN MITCHELL The teams next tour- explained Ryan Skelton,
nament will be held in coach. “2017 was the first

O n November 23rd to
25th the Minnedosa
Junior Mustangs soc-
Regina on January 25th to
27th and then ending out
the season in Winnipeg
year we had two travelling
teams. Because I have girls
on each of the teams both
cer team, pictured at left, February 15th to 18th. Also teams travel to the same
travelled to Saskatoon to travelling to the tourna- tournaments.”
compete in a U13 girls soc- ments are the Minnedo- The U13 Girls roster
cer tournament. The team sa U18 Girls team, who consists of; Abby Wark,
of 13 players range in age placed third in their U19 Tyanne Martinez, Tasmine
from 10 to 12. The Mus- division at the Saskatoon Martinez, Jorja Olson,
tangs won game one with a tournament.  Macy Skelton, Emersyn
score of 4-0 and continued “The soccer program Geekie, Montana Geekie,
the streak onto game two started five years ago with Ashley Magnusson, Karina
with a score of 8-0. Due to a keen group of girls that Laliberte, Meredith Erven,
winning both games one just wanted to keep play- Marleigh Martinez, Cruz
and two the team got a buy ing soccer throughout the Wilson, and Beth Wilson.
into the finals on Sunday winter months. With a lot Ryan Skelton and Mark
where they defeated Sas- of assistance from Wes and Geekie coach the team and
katoon with a score of 5-1, Tanis Barrett, Minnedosa Jan Magnusson is the man-
bringing home the gold Youth Soccer, the win- ager.
medal. ter team was created,”

Bombers Defeat Jets on Home Ice
By DARRYL HOLYK sky. Period one ended in ers were far from finished!
favour of The Bombers 5-2. Shane Jury shot their tenth
Photo submitted
T he Minnedosa Senior
Bombers had a very
The second period opened
with the Jets scoring an-
game goal assisted by Russ
Huyghe and Matt Saler fol-

Youth Bowling of Canada
successful home game other goal but the Bombers lowed by another Bomber
last Saturday, December answered with two more. goal from Travis Erickson
1st, as they welcomed The first was scored by assisted by Michael Birch
the Wawanesa Jets to the Shane Jury assisted by Matt and Brad Lewis.
By KAREN MITCHELL and Seniors. Kyle Calen won second Minnedosa Arena. Saler and Russ Huyghe and The Bombers would
Curtis Madden won place in the Bantams boys The game kicked off the second by Matt Saler celebrate their home ice

O n Saturday, Novem-
ber 24th, fifteen
Minnedosa youth bowl-
third place in the Seniors
scratch category with 1,207
points (+137). Justine Hay-
category.
Top Averages after
bowling for the five games
with the first goal of the
night going to the Bomb-
ers scored by Cory Hodg-
assisted by Shane Jury and
Cory Hodgson.
The Bombers suc-
victory with the games fi-
nal goal from Wyatt Rapsky
assisted by Derek Camer-
ers headed to Winnipeg to wood and Matthew Dunn were; Curtis Madden 241, son assisted by Michael cess continued through- on for a hometown win of
compete in the Manitoba won third place in the Se- Nick Eu 223, Greg Eu 217, Birch and Jon Kowal. The out the third period with 12-4!
Provincial Singles Tour- niors pins over average Justine Haywood 217, first period would see the the eighth hometown goal The Bombers are
nament. The tournament category. Brooklyn Clarke Kody Calen 199, Kadence hometown team earn four shot by Michael Birch as- scheduled to travel to
consisted of three divi- won third place in the Ju- Madden 192. more goals shot by Shane sisted by Travis Erickson Killarney tonight, Decem-
sions; Bantams, Juniors niors girls category and The Youth Bowling Jury assisted by Russ and Kelly Stinson followed ber 7th to face off against
Program is part of the Bowl Huyghe, Brad Lewis assist- by a goal from Shane Jury the Killarney Shamrocks
Manitoba Youth Program ed by Colin Slobodian, Jon assisted by Tyler Jury and followed by another home
that has various provincial Kowal assisted by Nathan Russ Huyghe. The Jets game tomorrow night
tournaments as well as a Stephenson and Colin Slo- then earned their final against the Cartwright
National event for youth bodian assisted by Derek game goal but the Bomb- Clippers.
through Bowl Canada. Cameron and Wyatt Rap-

March 11-15, 2019
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Minnedosa Hosts Provincial Youth Bowling Challenge
By KAREN MITCHELL cial Olympic bowlers Cam
Schmidt, Dale Graham

O n Saturday, Decem-
ber 1st the Minnedo-
sa Bowling Alley was
and Jordan Shand along
with Minnedosa’s Deputy
Mayor Frank Taylor rolled
packed with students from out the Opening Ceremo-
Minnedosa, Carman, Car- nies First Balls.
berry and Killarney. Stu- In the end, the bowl-
dents ranging in age from ers who will be competing
twelve to eighteen gath- on the National Team are;
ered to compete in the Central Division - Cur-
Manitoba 5-Pin Provincial tis Maddon (1305), Kody
Youth Challenge. A total of Calen (1190) Justine Hay-
twenty-six bowlers made wood (1166) and Kadence
up the two divisions of Madden (1134). Westman
Westman (Minnedosa and Division- Cooper Cupples
Carman) and Central (Car- (1174) and Hailey Reimer
berry and Killarney). (1212).
The top three males Winners of the Pins
and the top three females Over Average Division and Photo by Karen Mitchell
with the highest scratch a scholarship were: Central
scores will make up the Division - Greg Eu +134,
Opening the Manitoba 5-Pin Provincial Youth Challenge were (L-R) Special Olympic
provincial team to repre- Matthew Dunn +97, Pay- bowler Cam Schmidt, Minnedosa Deputy Mayor Frank Taylor and Special Olympic
sent Manitoba at the Ca- ton Moyer +57 and Faith bowlers Dale Graham and Jordan Shand.
nadian 5-Pin Nationals in Clarke +14. Westman Di-

Emergency Alert Testing Results Improving
Ottawa in March 2019. The vision - Jaden Wicks +178,
top three males and the Stacey Wilcox +159.
top three females with the Debbie Tarn,
highest pins over average Minnedosa Bowling Alley,
will make up the All-Star stated “These provincial
Team and receive a schol- tournaments are a great By KAREN MITCHELL able for your device, ensure your device is connected
arship. time for all youth bowlers to the LTE network and not on airplane mode. Poor
The day consisted of
six straight games of bowl-
ing and then a pizza and
to see other competitors
from other centers, renew
comradery and make new
O n Wednesday, November 28th at 1:55 p.m. the Mani-
toba Emergency Measures Organization (EMO) sent
out an emergency alert test message across Manitoba us-
cell service could also be a factor as well. The Ca-
nadian Radio, Television and Telecommunications
Commission (CRTC) has indicated that for devices
pasta dinner and award friends. Minnedosa has ing the Alert Ready System. The test message was distrib- sold in 2018 they are targeting around fifty percent
presentation. Manitoba been fortunate to see a uted through means of TV, radio and wireless devices. of new devices will have the technology embedded
5-Pin Provincial Bowl- number of our youth par- Manitoba Infrastructure Minister Ron Schuler stated within them. By April 2019 the goal will be for one-
ing Association President, ticipate each year at this on Global News that, “Results this time were almost per- hundred percent of devices to have technology em-
Marilyn McMullen, was on provincial tournament fect. We would say that for all the phones that were bedded within.
hand to welcome the curl- with some of them qualify- on, that weren’t on airplane mode, we believe we are Alert messages will warn for such things as; fire,
ers and cheer everyone on ing for the Nationals mul- close to 100 percent coverage. If individuals didn’t natural disasters, biological spills, hazardous mate-
throughout the day. Spe- tiple times.” get the message, we would suggest they talk to their rials, environmental problems, terrorist threats and
Congratulations to all service provider.” civil issues.
bowlers on their accom- During the first trial test sent out in early spring,
plishments! only around sixty percent of Manitobans received
the message through cell phone. To date there is no
further testing date announced.
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Darryl a.Holyk - PublisHer anD eDitor

Around Will Governments Ever Learn Their
Lesson on Corporate Welfare?
Town... By Darryl Holyk
By AAron Wudrick
canadian Taxpayers Federation
learned a thing about the folly of taxpayer handouts to
big business.
Maple Leaf Foods announced a new $660 million

Another successful Year…
T here’s an old saying about the definition of insan-
ity: doing the same thing over and over while ex-
pecting a different result. Never has this been more
chicken processing plant to be built in London.
At the same time, the company announced it
would be closing three other plants elsewhere in On-
The 2018 annual report of Westman Communica- true than governments in Canada when it comes wast- tario which employ even more people than the future
tions Group shows another successful year. Financially, ing your money on corporate welfare. London plant. The end result: 300 fewer jobs.
WCG saw its annual revenue grow by 5.9% over last year Recently, General Motors announced, out of the Normally, when a company sheds 300 jobs, politi-
marking the first time, revenue has surpassed the $30 blue, that it will be mothballing its plant in Oshawa, cians are the first to protest. But in this case the Ontario
million mark! The cash dividend payment totals $500,000 ON, and eliminating 2,800 jobs in one fell swoop. It’s a and federal governments actually rewarded the highly
with a patronage allocation to its members of $2.25 mil- bitter pill to swallow for thousands of GM workers and profitable company, owned by one of Canada’s richest
lion. Local representation on the Board of Directors in- their families who had no clue whatsoever that such families, with a $62 million taxpayer handout.
cluded Lorne Zacharias, General Manager of Heritage devastating news was coming. They’re furious and so Enough is enough. When governments pick fa-
Co-op. Lorne just completed his first year of a three-year are Canadians from coast to coast. vourite companies to get free handouts, they are pun-
term on the WCG board. Minnedosa’s Barrie Brooking is After all, this was the same company which, to- ishing the rest of us who are paying the bill with ever-
returning to the WCG board as one of three acclaimed gether with Chrysler, begged for a bailout in 2008 at increasing taxes and ever-increasing deficits. And in a
nominees for 2019. Barrie has previously served on the a cost of more than $13 billion taken from taxpayers’ country with a diverse economy such as Canada, giv-
board for six years. pockets. Then-industry minister Tony Clement ar- ing subsidies to certain industries and companies, but
gued such a massive bailout was needed in order to not others, inevitably fuels toxic regional resentments.
Generous Donors… “achieve a viable industry.”
And, like kids carrying away their trick-or-treating
Instead of lurching from handout to handout,
begging and bribing companies with subsidies, our
Saturday, November 17th was the 2018 24-Hour
loot and promising not to eat it too fast, GM pocketed governments need to take a smarter and sustainable
Giving Challenge in Canada. This is the day in which
the cash and solemnly committed “to do what it takes approach to job creation.
people are encouraged to donate to their local commu-
to get the job done so we can proceed with new invest- They can start by doing away with handouts and
nity Foundation to take advantage of stretch dollars for
ments and new production launches in Canada.” use that money to cut tax rates across the board – so
a larger donation. In Manitoba, The Winnipeg Founda-
Fast forward to today, and with all of the dust set- there’s no more playing favourites. And they can work
tion and Manitoba Government stretched every $5.00
tled, Canadian taxpayers lost $2.8 billion on General harder to streamline regulation so that businesses
donation by $1.00 each meaning every $5.00 actually
Motors, even after some of the loans were repaid and don’t get bogged down in a tangle of red tape.
became $7.00. Locally, the Minnedosa Foundation re-
shares sold. They should aim to create a business environment
ceived $6,059 in donations before the stretch funding was
It turns out the billions that taxpayers forked over that’s so attractive that we’re not constantly held hos-
added. Across the province, 2,084 donations were made
to the corporate behemoth in the name of “stability” tage by individual companies threatening to pick up
totalling $865,879.56. These donations were stretched by
was really just a dressed-up protection racket that and leave, because they won’t want to – and because
$150,787.04 which means the grand total raised that day
ended with GM skipping town anyway. we will actually have confidence that many other busi-
was $1,016,666.61.
Ah well, live and learn, right? Governments made nesses are interested in setting up shop here too.
a multi-billion dollar blunder by giving GM a bailout Canadians are becoming increasingly fed up with
Festive promotions…. only to see it shower its employees with pink slips a
few years later. But, surely, no government could be
seeing their hard-earned tax dollars funnelled into the
pockets of well-connected corporate executives.
Christmas kicked off in Minnedosa earlier this week
when our local Home Hardware hosted a sold-out Ladies dumb enough to do something like that again. Our governments would be wise to put a stop to it
Night event. Watch for coverage in next week’s Tribune. Just one day after GM’s nasty bombshell, both the pronto, or they may soon be feeling Canadians’ wrath
The festive promotions continue throughout this week- federal and Ontario governments showed they haven’t at the ballot box.
end starting with tonight’s parade. The downtown Christ-
mas music should be rining from the clock tower today to
add to the festive magic of downtown. Be sure to take part
in the many attractions planned by local volunteers and Letters to the Editor can be sent to editor@minnedosatribune.com or Box 930, Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0
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Take the 21-Day Challenge Safe Driving Week
SUBMITTED

D riving is a task that
requires complete
nually in North America.
And while public opinion
seems to be that distracted
driving is unacceptable, it
swer it.”
The lack of a tactile or
visual cues makes it much
easier to ignore an incom-
and up to five demerits.
When you drive dis-
tracted you slow your reac-
tion time by 35%, increase Ye O l d
Trib
attention to the road. In- still creeps into a driver’s ing message, but that’s your crash risk by 500%
clement weather, unex- day-to-day habits. only half the solution. and fail to see 50% of what
pected actions from fellow Kane sees the impact Nimtaz Kanji, Director of is in your surrounding en-
drivers and challenging of distraction on a daily ba- TELUS Wise, a free digital vironment.
situations can all arise at sis. And according to him, safety education program, A phone on speaker
a moment’s notice, mak- the impact reaches far be- adds, “let people in your in your hand or lap is still
ing it crucial for Canadians yond any potential finan- life know that if you’re distracted driving. So is
to keep their eyes on the cial punishment. driving, you won’t answer using a GPS/smartwatch,
road at all times. Unfortu- “We’re seeing far too messages. Let them know reading, eating, drinking, 1888 – The school census was taken this week.
nately, however, distracted many collisions where you want to get home safe- smoking, grooming, ad- There are 102 children of school age with 95 names
driving continues to be a lives are lost because of ly.”   justing music and more. on the roll. The average daily attendance is 75 pupils.
significant issue on roads that text or that Facebook As a leading provider Hands-free calls can be
across Canada. post or checking Twitter,” of Internet and smart- distracting too.
“It is a hard habit to said Kane. “It’s not neces- phones, TELUS believes Make our roads safer. 1898 – Windmills are very much in evidence in and
break,” said Ottawa Police sarily the fine itself – you they share the responsibil- Put it on silent or switch around Minnedosa as they are found to be a great
Constable Philip Kane, could be leaving someone ity in keeping Canadians it off until you are at your convenience. Mr. Nystrom has attached a band saw
“but they say that it takes you love, and they’ve got to safe in our digital world.  destination. Put it away to his and now breaks his back over the saw horse no
21 days to break a bad hab- pick up the pieces.” “We are proud to partner in the glove box so it’s out more.
it .” The solution, of with the Canada Safety of sight and out of mind.
Why not make today course, is fairly simple: Council in encouraging all Reply on a passenger to 1908 – Only one rural election will be held in the
day one? To mark this don’t use your phone while Canadians to keep their handle your calls and texts. area. W.H. Meadows and H. Bailey are contesting
year’s National Safe Driv- driving! But as we all know, eyes on the road while Plan ahead by checking Ward Two in Odanah.
ing Week, the Canada it’s never as simple as that. driving,” adds Kanji.  messages and program-
Safety Council and TELUS The phone buzzes in your Take the 21-day chal- ming your GPS BEFORE
invite you to take the 21- pocket and you’re innately lenge. Consciously decide you drive. Pull over safely if
1918 – To correct the financial status, Clanwilliam
Council has drafted a by-law cancelling a long list of
day challenge and make curious – after all, it’s hu- that you want to be part of it absolutely cannot wait.
taxes.
a concerted effort to leave man nature. But Kane of- the solution in keeping Ca-
the phone alone while fers a quick and easy solu- nadian roads safe. After all,
driving.
According to the Royal
tion to this dilemma.
“Keep your phone on
it’s not just your life you’re
putting at risk.
Bridge Club 1928 – The rink will open tonight for skating with
the band in attendance.
Canadian Mounted Po-
lice, distracted driving
silent,” he said. “Put it in
your purse or in your pock-
“We have a responsi-
bility not only to ourselves Results 1938 – The Board of Trade is discussing the pos-
factors into approximately et. It’s where I keep mine but to everyone else on the sibility of installing waterworks in town.
four million collisions an- so I’m not tempted to an- road – whether that’s other 1st - Bob Manns /
drivers, pedestrians or cy- Audrah Caughell
1958 – Minnedosa’s newest industry, The
Cadurcis News
clists – that everybody has 2nd - Linda Vint /
to get home safely,” said Wilma Jones Minnedosa Feed Mill, will officially open for busi-
Kane. 3rd - Doug Thiessen / ness on December 11th. Owned by the Minnedosa
Distracted driving Boyd Grant Enterprises, the Feed Mill will be under the manage-
By DorEEn TroTT is against the law and in 4th - Albert Parsons / ment of Dave Wagner.
Manitoba, the fine is $672 John Cullen

A number of proud grandparents gathered at Tan-
ner’s Crossing School last week to attend the annual
Christmas Band Concert.
1968 – The executive for the Minnedosa Conser-
vative Association for the coming year includes Jim
Chipperfield as President, Dr. Ray Bright as Vice
Dan, Doug and Colin MacDonald of Gatineau, QC President, Walter MacDonald as Secretary.
have arrived to spend the weekend with mother Donna
MacDonald. Members of the MacDonald family and
their cousins gathered Sunday afternoon to celebrate a
1978 – The town’s newest business, Gay-Lynn
Fashions, opened Saturday with Mayor Jim Burgess
special birthday for Donna MacDonald. Actual birthday
cutting the ribbon for owner, Linda Young.
is in January but Happy Birthday Donna!
Our sympathy is extended to Jane McKinnon and
other family members of the Proven family on the sud- The Minnedosa Foundation would like to 1988 – Former Manitoba Premier and MLA for
den passing of cousin Randy Proven. Minnedosa, the late Walter Weir, was commemorat-
Eva Graham of Brandon spent the weekend with Mu- thank everyone who contributed to our ed at the official opening of a government building in
riel McManus.
24hr giving challenge on November 17th. Winnipeg named in his honour. The Portage Avenue
building will house Manitoba Health, Disaster Assis-
We were able to raise over $6,000.00 for tance and Northern Flood agreement.

our SMART & CARING COMMUNITY FUND. 1998 – Town Council has made the Economic
Development Officer position permanent. Wade
This will result in more money being given King was hired for the position earlier this summer.
out in grants next year! “A lot of people think I am only here for the outside
people looking in,” said King. “But I am also here to
help those people already in town – existing business

Dr. Derek Papegnies A very successful campaign! people.”

2008 – The Minnedosa Elks Lodge #68 met for a fi-
OPTOMETRIST nal time last week. After 83 years of community ser-
vice, the club has disbanded. The final eight active
members include Bill Peters, Archie Smith, George
McLean, Lorne Erven, Bill Webb, Merv Robertson,
129-2nd Avenue S.W., Minnedosa, MB Malcolm Smith and Bill Campbell.
FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL:
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Chancellors High School Hockey Report
By LAURA GOOD of the first period. The third period did not go in long road trip up to Rob- the Chancellors, however, sist to Mitch Collyer for
Chancellor’s Sam Wilman the Chancellors favour lin for an afternoon game the Raiders scored to put the first goal and lone as-

T he Chancellors hosted
the McCreary Moun-
taineers for their Annual
scored in the second pe-
riod with assists going to
Mitch Collyer and Lucas
with the Mustangs notch-
ing four goals and Chan-
cellors lone third period
against the Raiders. The
Chancellors were first to
find the back of the net
them within one. The
Chancellors dominated
the third period with
sist to Liam Bachewich
on the second goal. The
Chancellors finished with
Hockey Fights Cancer Beatty to tie up the game. goal going to Luke Par- with a goal by Lucas Beat- two goals for Konlyn Ne- a much deserved 6-2 win.
“Pink the Rink” game The boys next goal came rott, assisted by Konlyn ty and assists going to Sam metchek with lone assists Tanner Hanson provided
on November 30th. The shorthanded as Carter Nemetchek. Despite out- Wilman and Mitch Colly- going to Bryden McFar- goal tending for the game.
Chancellors saw a large Hedley scored with as- playing their opponent er. Lucas Beatty notched lane on the first goal, as- Next up was a home
crowd of supporters out sists going to Sam Wil- the Chancellors fell to another goal with the lone sists for Liam Bachewich game on December 4th
for the event. The Moun- man and Graham Bailey the Mustangs 5-3. Liam assist to Sam Wilman to and Mitch Collyer on the against the Neepawa Ti-
taineers scored the lone to give the Chancellors a Jardine was between the finish the first period in second goal. Carter Hed- gers. Watch for results in
goal in the first period to one goal lead at the end pipes. the lead 2-0. The second ley followed suit scoring a future edition of The Tri-
go up one-zip at the end of the second period. The On December 2nd a period went scoreless for two goals with lone as- bune.

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*We sell R.O. water

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GG canned vegetables asstd ................................................ 398ml ..........4/$5.00 Vine Tomatoes .......................................................................................... $2.79/lb
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Franco gravy asstd ................................................................ 284ml ............. $0.99 Sweet Potatoes .......................................................................................... $1.29/lb

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Bertolli olive oil xtra virgin ....................... 1lt ...... $9.99
Knorr SK pasta rice asstd ................................................ 131-137g ............. $1.29
BC Instant potatoes asstd ............................................... 141-180g ............. $1.99 Country Harvest bread ....................600-675g ...... $2.49
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The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, December 7, 2018 7

Local Rotary Exchange Program Nearing 40 Years
By KAREN MITCHELL year, with a last minute one of the best experi-
back-out, there was no ences a young adult could

T hirty-eight years ago,
the first youth ex-
change trip was organized
outbound student to head
abroad. However, a lovely
young woman at the age
partake in,” said Carla
Collen. “They are some of
the bravest young people
by the Minnedosa Rotary of 18 is calling Minnedo- I’ve ever had the pleasure
Club and ever since then sa home for the 2018/19 of meeting. I’m not sure
Minnedosa host fami- school year. how many adults would
lies have seen wonderful Juliana Vannucci Ti- be brave enough to go live
young students come and birica, from Brazil, un- in a foreign country where
go. Students between the packed her bags at David they know no one when
ages of 15 to 19 can par- and Shannon Alexander’s they arrive.   They all grow
ticipate in the exchange home on August 24th. as global citizens and I am
program if accepted. “Stu- The Alexanders, along so proud of them all!   As
dents need to have decent with daughters, Emily and for Julianna, she is a fan-
academic performance Jordin, are Juliana’s first tastic young woman.   She
and social skills,” said Minnedosa host family. has taken this year on with
Carla Collen, Rotary Youth Within the school year Ju- an open attitude and has
Councillor,  “Personally, I liana will be hosted by charmed us all.   I always
like to see a well-rounded three separate families be- know we have a good stu-
individual, which to me is fore returning home in July dent when people in our
as important as grades.” 2019. She will stay with the Photo submitted community ask about
Some of the countries stu- Alexanders until Decem- (L-R): Emily Alexander, Juliana Vannucci Tibirica and Jordin Alexander. them and if they can host
dents have travelled from ber 11th. The second host them. I feel very lucky to
include; India, Taiwan, Ja- family will be Brad and have been a part of this
pan, France, Switzerland, Sue Ross and her third host think like that. I feel like I was an opportunity for her Minnedosa it’s been cold, program.” 
Germany, Czech Republic, family will be Andy and will gain so much experi- and when presented with but in Churchill it was re- The position of Rotary
Italy, Belgium, Finland, Stacie Cardy. ence. I have always wanted the choices to select from, ally, really cold!” This year Youth Councillor will be
Norway, Sweden, Mexico, Juliana graduated to travel abroad, ever since she chose one of the two will also mark her first ever vacant next year, therefore
Brazil and Columbia. from Grade 12 in Brazil I was around 11-years-old spots for Canada. Juliana white Christmas. “In Bra- there will be no exchange
There have been years this past June and is cur- I knew I wanted to go away grew up in Brazil with her zil we don’t do a lot as it’s program for at least one
in the past that did not see rently enrolled in Grade to study and meet new mom and dad and an old- always so hot. Most of the year. The Minnedosa Ro-
students come or go, de- 12 at Minnedosa Colle- people, experience the er brother. Playing soccer same things still happen tary Club is always wel-
pending on host families, giate, set to graduate here culture and see how things from the time she could though, we eat and ex- coming new members. If
students, etc. Normally if in June 2019. “This is defi- work elsewhere.” walk, Juliana found that change presents. But I am you think this is something
a student is sent out from nitely a unique opportu- Juliana joined the love here on the Minnedo- looking forward to a white that interests you, contact
the Minnedosa Rotary nity,” explained Juliana. Brazil Rotary Club in 2017 sa girls soccer team and Christmas this year.” any current Rotary mem-
Youth Exchange Program “Some people think that because she had a friend has found it a good way to “I think that this is ber for more information.
then a student also comes you would lose a year and who had participated in meet new people.
to Minnedosa as well. This waste your time, but I don’t the exchange program and In October, along
told Juliana all about it. with other exchange stu-
“He came to Canada two dents, Juliana travelled 18121HH0
years ago and ever since to Churchill for a week.
he came home that’s all “That’s the first time I
he would talk about,” said have experienced real
Juliana. Immediately in- cold,” laughed Juliana.
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Expansion Committee
Cash Calendar Draw Winners
for the Month of November 2018
Lottery License #MGCC3945RF
Eleanor & Dave Marnock $50
Myrna Alexander $30
Roy Ewasiuk $30
Minnedosa Food Bank $30
Mike Rathwell $30
$20 Winners
• Lynn Cleaver • Dennis Peckover
• John Davidson • Murray Wahl
• Ken Kingdon • Michele Hirschfield
• Barry Dowsett • Michael Sandstrom
• Ruth Kiely • Minnedosa Food Bank
• Wes Lewis • Judy Prange
• Winnie Hudson • Harold Gilleshammer
• Kim Szucki • Rick Janzen
• Brad Ross • Randal Birss

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8 Friday, December 7, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Students vs. Teachers Cruzers Donate to Clinic

Photo by Karen Mitchell

(L-R): Eric Davidson, Gord Lane, Ruth Hutton and Darwin McTavish.
Photo by Karen Mitchell
By KAREN MITCHELL who want to store their ve- even closer to our end goal
By KAREN MITCHELL hicle inside over the winter and for that we are so very

O n Friday, November 30th several Tanner’s Crossing School teachers, includ-
ing the principal and vice principal, battled it out on the court against the
O n Monday December
3rd, hands were shak-
en and $1,725 was donated
months and this money, in
its entirety, gets donated
back to the community.
grateful.”
The Minnedosa Valley
Cruzers have a member-
grade seven and eight boys and girls volleyball teams. to the Dr. Ajai Khandelwal For the past four years ship of approximately 34
For all around school spirit and to prepare the students for the upcoming final Primary Care Centre on the Primary Care Centre people from Minnedosa
divisional tournament, which will be on December 6th, the teachers gear up every behalf of the Minnedosa has been the recipient of and surrounding area.
year for this event. The gym was packed with students from kindergarten to grade Valley Cruzers. This will funds and Gord Lane, Pri- If anyone is interested
eight and the walls were vibrating with the cheering and shouting going on. be the fourth time the lo- mary Care Centre Chair, in becoming a member of
In the end the teachers came out on top with a final score of 88 to 66. cal Car Club has donated couldn’t be more thrilled. the club, they can contact
to the Primary Care Centre “We are so thankful to the Ruth Hutton at 867-2235,
with a total investment of Minnedosa Valley Cru- Don Morrison at 826-2062
approximately $6,000. zers for their continued or Carl Landrie at 867-
The club collects a support over the last four 5055.
18121AX0 storage fee from members years. This has brought us

Basswood News
By Zelda FirBy ceived of the passing of Paul and Jean Curtis of
Michael Pshyshlak of Red Brandon were Tuesday vis-

D eepest sympathy is
extended to Isabella
Proven and family on the
Deer, AB. Michael was the
son of John and Mary Pshy-
shlak who farmed north of
itors with the Stan Firby’s.
On Thursday, Zelda
Firby accompanied Mur-
sudden passing of son and Basswood and later retired ray and Florence Carter
brother Randy. We also to Minnedosa. and Donna Hall to attend
send condolences to Ran- We send best wishes the funeral of Carol Sund-
dy’s children and partner to Isabella Proven on her mark at the Hilltop Baptist
in Winnipeg. move to Brandon recently Church.
Word has been re- from Onanole.

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People are Unfailingly Interesting
By CANDY IRWIN “As a child I was im- King and I,’ Jean Val Jean said.
mersed in it, at home, at in ‘Les Miserables’ (a peas- Soon audiences in

M ost readers are fa-
miliar with the name
‘Dr. James D. Comrie’ -- as
school and at church. I
still sing in the Minnedosa
United Church choir to-
ant condemned to 19 years
of slavery in prison for the
crime of stealing a loaf of
the Minnedosa areas will
have the opportunity to
watch and listen to Comrie
our local veterinarian and day.” bread) and Henry Higgins, perform a one-man per-
a ‘hometown boy’ who, “But, until 1996, I had a professor and ‘phoneti- formance of ‘A Christmas
with the exception of three absolutely no time to par- cist’ in ‘My Fair Lady.’ Carol’ by Charles Dickens,
years practising in Souris, ticipate in musical produc- Comrie explained that or what many of us know
MB, has spent his life in tions, as I would have liked family involvement, veteri- as the story of Tiny Tim
Minnedosa. to.” nary medicine, the cattle and Ebenezer Scrooge.
Comrie has owned Since then Comrie operation and his involve- There will be three,
the Minnedosa Veterinary has joined the ranks of the ment in the performing and possibly four, perfor-
Practice for 32 years and is Strathclair Drama Club arts make “Life very, very mances -- two at Craw-
a mixed animal veterinar- and Mecca and Seven Ages full.” ford Park Hall, just west
ian with a special interest Productions, both based “I don’t think it’s ‘van- of Onanole, and also the
in beef cattle – so much so in Brandon. He sings with ity’ in particular, but per- Comrie Farm at Minnedo-
that he has his own herd. the Strathclair Theatre forming is addictive and sa.
Comrie was educated Chorus and is a member gratifying in many, many The event is a Friends
at Brandon University and of two vocal quartets – Pro- ways. You are part of a of RMNP charitable fund-
the Western College of Vet- fession Four and the Cam- team and a community raiser in support of chil-
erinary Medicine in Sas- eron Connection. with so much in common dren’s educational pro-
katoon, but, did you know “In musical theatre and positive audience re- gramming. Tickets and
that Comrie is also a tal- I gravitate towards male, sponse to something that information can be ob-
ented singer and devotee fatherly-type roles, like I portray vocally is really tained by calling 204-848-
of the performing arts? the King of Siam in ‘The very meaningful to me,” he 4037. Photo submitted

Sandy Lake News
By DIANe BACheWICh has been transferred to the tank have been removed the Drop-In Centre for his one next year. starting to set up on the
Sandy Lake Personal Care from the local garage and 83rd birthday on Wednes- Last weekend the lake, already those fisher-

G reg and Mary Lou
Mendro and their
boys Monty, Marty and
Home from the Minnedo-
sa Hospital.
Harold and Joyce Pro-
no more gasoline will be
available for sale in Sandy
Lake.
day.
The Turkey Bingo and
raffle which was held at
boys have been busy put-
ting up the Christmas
wreaths around the village.
men, if lucky, will be hav-
ing a fish fry.
Doug Watton and Vic-
Mack of Winnipeg spent sken of Winnipeg spent the Al and Nancy Derhak the North Hall on Sunday If you haven’t seen them tor Kowal are batching
Saturday here to help weekend here and were of Riding Mountain and afternoon was a good suc- its worth a tour to see the while their wives are away.
brother Ronald and Lucy guests with Sadie Rys- John Derhak of Oakburn cess. The lucky winners got 21 hanging on the main Doug’s wife is in Mexico
Mendro move to their tephanuk. visited with mom Helen their turkey and some had buildings. Its nice that the while Victor’s is in Vancou-
newly built home. Lucy Mendro spent a Derhak on Sunday. them by the tail, but got boys keep up Lorrie Le- ver visiting her two sons.
The Shevchenko few days in Winnipeg with Peter Propchuk treat- away and received a box wandoski’s traditions. They can hardly wait for
Dance Ensemble held a a friend from Flin Flon who ed everyone to coffee at of chocolate, but hope for The fish shacks are them to come back!
very successful turkey bin- underwent surgery at the
go on Sunday afternoon, Health Sciences Centre.
November 25th at the We have a new busi-
community hall. ness for Sandy Lake, The K.
Sympathy is extended
to Liz Antonation and fam-
Porter Travel Tours.
Sadie Rystephanuk ROBERT SOPUCK
ily on the passing of her along with her two broth- Member of Parliament for Dauphin-Swan River-Neepawa
brother in-law Mike Shew- ers, Ed and Henry Mata-
chuk. Mike taught school chuk of Vancouver, BC, invites you to join him at these
here in the late 50’s. attended the 90th birthday
A belated Happy
Birthday to Bill Huston,
party of their sister Joanne
in Winnipeg on the week-
Christmas Open Houses
who treated friends at the end. Monday, December 17 Tuesday, December 18
Drop-In Centre to coffee.
Sophie Nechwediuk
It is with sadness that
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Dancers Complete Highland Exams Solutions and
Substitutions
By
SUBMITTED
REENA NERBAS
T his year’s Highland
Dance Medal Tests
were held on Tuesday, No- Hi Reena, the plant in the sink when
vember 20th at Dance Im- I store my garden on- the pot feels light, and wa-
ages Studio in Brandon. ions in the pantry. How do ter the plant about once
A total of 22 dance I get rid of the onion smell? a week. Allow the pot to
students from Expressive Illa properly drain before put-
Dance with Crystal took ting it back in place.
part, completing 51 exams. Dear Illa,
Dancers from Kenton, Placing a bowl of fresh Candy Cane Bark
Strathclair, Clanwilliam, coffee grounds or vinegar
Basswood, Minnedosa, in the pantry will absorb Line a 12x18 inch jelly
Neepawa and Kelwood some of the odour. How- roll pan with aluminum
were tested on their indi- ever, the easiest solution is foil. Melt 24 ounces of
vidual skills by examiner to store onions and garlic chocolate chips, in the mi-
Bill Troock. Bill is a Scot- in the fridge. Place par- crowave or on the stove. Stir
tish Dance Teachers’ Alli- Photo submitted
tially chopped onions in in 1 or 2 tsp. peppermint
ance examiner who lives in an onion saver container, extract. Pour the choco-
Edmonton, AB. Back Row (L-R): Lexi Singh, Emily Alexander, Sage Toews, and the remainder in your late into the pan. Chill for
Some exams include Christyna Caldwell, Lara Denbow, Sarah Turnbull, Briel LeMoing, crisper. one hour. Melt 24 ounces
four dances and many Lily Fraser and Instructor Crystal Scott. Middle Row (L-R): Emerie of white chocolate chips
dancers completed three Ferguson, Rhogan Scott, Faith Inkster, Olivia Wootton, Cearan Scott, Dear Reena, and stir in six crushed can-
to five exams each. There Emily Inkster, Arabella Wilson, Daxton Brock and Avery Pearson. I was given a beautiful dy canes. Pour the white
were Highland Dance poinsettia. How do I prop- chocolate over the brown
Front Row (L-R): Aurora Kingdon, Clara Johnson, Adriana Jacobson
exams, Scottish Nation- erly care for it? Smiley chocolate. Crush two more
and Emily Warwaruk. Missing: Jordin Alexander and Jodie Davis.
als, Irish Jig, Theory, and candy canes and pour the
Group Choreography ex- Dear Smiley, crumbs over the white
ams. Properly caring for layer. Chill for another
The marking system is
as follows: Pass, Pass Plus,
Minnedosa Tribune Deadline your poinsettia will main-
tain the life of the plant
hour. Break into pieces.
Purchase holiday tins from
Commended, Commend- for two to three months, a Dollar Store, or wrap in
ed Plus, and Highly Com-
mended.
Tuesday at 12 Noon and beyond. Set the plant
in a well-lit area. Place
cellophane and decorate
with ribbon.

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OBITUARY

DALE MCFADDEN
NEWDALE NEWS
July 6th, 1941 - By RAVEN’S GLEN WI ficers nominated were to get to Newdale because November while away on
November 26th, 2018 President- Jack Lamb; of bad roads. (Next Year). holidays. The Coulson

Dale McFadden passed
away at the Minnedosa District
F amily and friends gath-
ered at the CanadInn
Roadhouse in Brandon
Secretary- Enid Clark;
Treasurer- Barb Pedersen;
Directors are Eileen Brad-
But the resilient ladies
game up with some enter-
taining readings, games,
family had two events to
celebrate last weekend as
Jennie (Haweryluk) Coul-
Hospital surrounded by his wife for an engagement supper ley and Ida Bradley. New- jokes and lots of laughs son, Carolyn’s Mother,
and children.  He was 77 years in honour of Erin Geekie dale will host the Regional were enjoyed. Approxi- formerly of Sandy Lake,
of age.  
and Jeff Godard Decem- Cribbage tournament on mately 50 brave ladies celebrated her 85th birth-
Dale was born and
raised in Flin Flon, MB.  Sum-
ber 1st, when the “big- February 21st and we’ll of- braved the cold and snow day with a family dinner
mers were spent at the family gest surprise” was when fer to host the North/South to partake of a bounti- on December 1st in Dau-
cottage on Beaver Lake where his this became not just an Playoffs in April. We’ll ful feast of appetizers and phin. Jennie was a sister
lifelong love of camping and fishing engagement supper but a begin the winter card sea- punch, hot main dishes to Sophie Ellchuk of New-
began.  His enjoyment of the outdoors beautiful wedding cere- son playing “500” on Janu- and yummy desserts. We dale and the Haweryluk
also included hunting game birds.  Books were a constant as mony! Erin is the daughter ary 2nd and cribbage on have to take what we get girls, Sophie, Jennie and
he got much pleasure from reading, whether history, mystery of Jim and Judy (Lawrence) January 4th. Contact one from Mother Nature here Rosie, took their schooling
or Shakespeare (he minored in English literature).  Music was Geekie and niece of Doug, of the above if you’d like to in Manitoba! in town while living on the
very much a part of Dale’s life.  He completed his Grade 8 Royal
Diane, John and Heather join us! Linda and Kathy Elgin Hall took the ser- farm east of town.
Conservatory of Music in piano, played the cornet/trumpet in
a trio, and delighted us with his bass voice.  Whistling was his
Lawrence. Congratula- Baker provided cake and mon on December 2nd as The Leisure Inn host-
trademark.  Sports were his passion, as evidenced by his play- tions to this young couple ice cream for an enjoyable we celebrated the second ed a Customer Apprecia-
ing baseball, hockey and curling in high school, volleyball and for many years of happi- social time following the Sunday of Advent. We are tion Christmas Dinner on
football during his time at Brandon College, and golf, curling ness. Later that evening meeting. presently accepting items December 6th, with turkey
and downhill skiing during adulthood and retirement.  That a large crowd gathered Wednesday November for the “mitten tree” and/ and all the trimmings. Our
passion was imparted to many youth in the Minnedosa com- for the “social” that was 28th saw another heavy or donations for White Gift community is so happy
munity through his coaching/instructing of various sports over already planned! What a snowfall arrive, the same Sunday. The congregation to have Sharon Keene as
the years.  He became interested in teaching while tutoring wonderful evening recep- night the Newdale Horti- members enjoyed a visit manager of the hotel res-
coworkers at the Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting Company
tion it turned into. cultural Society, the Craft- with Elgin over coffee be- taurant and wish her and
in Flin Flon which took him back to school in pursuit of an edu-
cation degree.  He was a dedicated teacher of math and science,
The Early Bird sen- ers Group and Newdale fore the service. her staff of Brian, Bruce
chemistry being another passion, for over 30 years.  In retire- ior group held their an- Raven’s Glen WI hosted Congratulations and Amy a very healthy,
ment he combined his education skill set with his love of skiing nual general meeting their “Ladies Nite Out”! and best wishes to David happy New Year! We look
by becoming a ski instructor at Ski Valley, his happy place. on November 26th with Unfortunately, the comed- Clark and Carolyn (Coul- forward to the Smorgs
Family was paramount to Dale and he actively engaged in eleven members present ian who was to provide the son) Baker of Dauphin again in the spring!
the sports and extracurricular activities of his children.  He was at the Drop-In. 2019 of- entertainment was unable who became engaged in
a loving husband of 51 years and a proud and devoted father

Sweet Potato Bisque
and grandfather.  He will be remembered for his love of life, his
laughter, and his kind and caring nature.
He was predeceased by son Mark, sister Maureen, and par-
ents William and Jessie.  Surviving are wife Judy, son Tim (Jodi),
daughter Marni (Luc) Robert, daughter-in-law Christine and
grandchildren Devyn, Ian, Evan, Juliette and blended family while yams are starchier, less 1/4 tsp ground white pepper
Dalton.  He also leaves to mourn his brother Terry (Darlene),  flavourful, and have whiter 3 1/2 (three and one half ) cups
sisters-in-law Joan (John) Ellison, Sandy (Sam) Holmes and
Arlene (Ray) Mastalier and several nieces and nephews.
Cooking paler flesh. The names here are
usually mismatched with each
skim milk
For Garnish:
A celebration of Dale’s life was held December 3rd, 2018 at
the Royal Canadian Legion #138 in Minnedosa.  Interment will With other, but in Europe, for ex-
ample, the names are assigned
1/4 cup no-fat sour cream
1 tbsp skim milk
accurately. fresh parsley, finely chopped
CHEF DEZ
take place at a later date.  In lieu of flowers, donations can be
made to the Minnedosa and District Health Foundation (care Although this soup is  
of the Minnedosa District Hospital), or a charity of one’s choice. great served by itself, it is a In a steamer in a large pot,
Minnedosa Funeral Service, Minnedosa, Manitoba in care remarkable first course to steam the diced sweet potato
introduce traditional holi- over boiling water for 20 min-
T
of arrangements (204) 867-3868. he autumn season brings up of commemorations is wel-
Messages of condolence m day flavours of stuffed turkey, utes until fully cooked and
cooler weather and the coming us with open arms. For
ay be place online at www.minnedosafs.ca cranberries, and all the trim- tender. Discard the water, and
rainbow of transforming many, this means indulgences
mings. The addition of nut- place the cooked sweet potato
leaves welcome us every time in comfort foods to warm the
meg and cloves gives it a warm back into the pot, off the heat.
we step outside our door. It soul, satisfy our hunger, and
earthiness and highlights the Add the brown sugar, salt, nut-
also earmarks the beginning highlight the gatherings of
incredible natural flavour the meg, cloves, and white pepper
of how our vision of food and family, friends and loved ones.
sweet potato has to offer. The to the sweet potato and com-
celebration starts to change. Eating is a huge part of
elegance of the presentation bine thoroughly with a potato
With the dog days of summer the social aspect of our lives,
is heightened when beauti- masher, ensuring no lumps.
behind us, we are no longer as but this does not always have
fully garnished with swirls Once fully mashed, start
worried about our bathing suit to signify a complete aban-
of sour cream and a sparse adding 1 ½ (one and one half )
images, and the calendar line- donment of healthy choices.
scattering of freshly chopped cups of the skim milk slowly
There are many ways to pacify
parsley. With the autumn air while continuing to mash with
our desires with foods that are
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surrounding us, this soup will the potato masher. Switch
help to soothe our cravings of to a whisk, turn the heat to
leaving us feeling void of pam-
comfort food while helping us medium, and blend in the re-
pered appetites.
Ph: 204-867-4657 watch our waistlines… at least maining 2 cups of skim milk,
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Independently Owned Gwen Usick Fax: 204-867-2150 tato Bisque is the perfect fall
with the first course. mixing thoroughly.
and Operated Broker Realtor
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For the record however, Stir occasionally over
this is not a “bisque” by def- medium heat until completely
your kitchen. Sweet potatoes
ICE ICE inition – as that would mean heated through. Taste and ad-
PR PR are loaded with beta carotene
NEW NEW (recognizable from their or-
it has cream in it, which it just the seasonings of salt and
doesn’t since it is fat free. It pepper, if necessary.
ange colour) and are high in
just sounds fancier than Yam While soup is heating,
vitamins A and C. Their moist
Soup. combine the sour cream with
MINNEDOSA sweet texture is ideal for mim-
            the tablespoon of milk.
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Fat Free Sweet Potato Bisque Portion the soup into
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9 ft. ceilings cipe whatsoever.
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windows ‘16, doors, 4 piece bath, flooring, tions as a first course amounts of the sour cream
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head to toe. windows 2012. due to the misinterpretation
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cery industry. Sweet potatoes
1/2 tsp ground nutmeg parsley and serve immediate-
have orange coloured flesh,
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16 Friday, December 7, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

O’Grady Challenge Returns Seniors
By KAREN MITCHELL
Bowling
O n Sunday, December 2nd eight Minnedosa
curlers, making up two teams, took to the ice
O ctober Bowlers of the month
were Bev Chapski and Ray
Criddle.
to host the O’Grady Challenge against the Pem- Bowlers of the week of De-
bina Curling Club out of Winnipeg. After great cember 3rd were Doug Pettigrew
games, Minnedosa lost out in the end, coming up +205 and Debbie Tarn +62.
short in total points. Pembina ended the day with Other good games were
thirteen points and Minnedosa ended the day Lynette Johnson 151, Ava Har-
with nine points. This means that the Pembina ris 143, Vivian Cullen 180, Dan
Curling Club will move on in the tournament and Motuz 216, 226, Jim Clark 195,
Minnedosa will try again next year. 241, Debbie Tarn 215, 196, Carry
“A great day was had with good curling and Douglas 152, Hazel Stonehouse
great comradery,” explained Andrew Richards. 152,158, Bev Chapski 191 242,
“We provided excellent hospitality and we al- Wray Douglas 215, 216, Alan Tarn
ready have plans to register again for next fall!” 194, Betty Ann Bertran 228, Fred
The eight curlers who made up the two Stonehouse 155, Robert Hendry
Minnedosa teams were; Andrew Richards, Brent 194, Doug Pettigrew 321, 225 and
Little, Jeff Dagg, Dorn Mailman, Cory Parrott, Vivian Penner 134, 138.
Dennis Peckover, Scott Gray and Dan Mendrikis.
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