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Volume 136 Issue 41 Friday, December 21, 2018 90 cents plus tax

INSIDE Christmas Elves Spreading Cheer

V olunteers
mas Cheer Board were
at the

busy packing upboxes on
Monday, December 17th
to prepare for the pick up
and delivery of this year’s
Christmas hampers.
Christmas The ladies were very
busy over the last few

Memories weeks with getting every-
thing organized, collect-

With Grace ing donations and packing
boxes. The hours put in by

these lovely volunteers is a
true gift in itself.
Kudos to the Minnedo-
sa Christmas Cheer Board
for another successful year
and helping to brighten
the holidays for those less
fortunate in our commu-

(L-R): Carole Dalrymple,
Colleen Nelson and Janis
Wahoski. Missing: Chris
Fisher and Ruth Hutton.
Rotary Photo by Karen Mitchell

Could 2019 be the Year for MREC?

O n Wednesday, De-
cember 12th the
in regards to the project in
2019. The MREC commit-
tee is mandated to meet
numerous times a year as
a not-for-profit group and
project’s other co-chair is
Scott Burgess.
In January 2018, the
committee put forward
an Expression of Interest
ready as ready could be as
far as what they were look-
ing for,” explained Jon
The committee met
with Minister of Municipal
cations to be put forward.
The portal was expected
to open this past fall. How-
ever, to date it has not and
is now anticipated to open

Christmas in planning committee for
Minnedosa Regional
they always have a year-
end meeting to wrap up
to the Provincial Govern-
ment showing how far
Relations, The Honourable
Jeff Wharton, in March and
sometime in January 2019.
If funding is put through

Events Centre (MREC) the current details. along the project had come at that time, they were in- for MREC then the Federal
met to wrap up the last 12 “MREC is still moving at the local level, in hopes formed that there would be Government would match

months and discuss where forward and with the hope of obtaining some govern- money available for recre- the provinces funding in a
Lake they are currently at with
the new arena project and
of starting the complex as
soon as possible,” said Jon
ment funding. At that time,
MREC received a fairly
ational infrastructure, and
that there would be a por-
bi-lateral agreement.
Continued on
what will hopefully come Lewis, MREC co-chair. The high ranking. “We were as tal opening up for appli- Page 2

The Minnedosa Tribune office will close for Christmas holidays at 12 noon on
Friday, December 21st and remain closed until 9 a.m. Monday, January 7th.
There will be no paper published December 28th and January 4th.
Our first edition of the new year will be Friday, January 11th, 2019
2 Friday, December 21, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Government Funding For MREC Expected in New Year
of Brandon received the ect is sitting in a good finan- have to meet with Crane has been a long journey
project tender and were cial position. The current Construction to finalizing for all involved. In recent
tasked with design plus MREC financial situation and finetune everything, years, over $1 million has
construction. The pro- consists of: Fundraising of obtain all permits, etc. The been invested to the out-
posed building will mea- $980,000, R.M. of Minto- goal would be to have con- door facilities of MREC,
sure 150 feet wide by 278 Odanah - $180,000, R.M. of crete poured in early July including baseball, soccer
feet long and include R30 Oakview - $30,000, Town 2019 with an anticipated and rugby facilities. The
insulation in the walls and of Minnedosa reserve - official opening date for next major development
R50 insulation in the roof. $1,540,000 and a Town of the new arena of fall 2020. at the site is hoped to be
The new arena will feature Minnedosa debenture pre- The committee wants to the construction of the
a single ice surface at a size approved up to $3 million, continue to be transparent new multi-use, year-round
of 200 feet long by 85 feet if needed. The actual de- with all parties involved arena to replace the aging
wide with 28 foot radius benture funding required and the community. “Ev- arena downtown.
around the boards, dress- will be determined once eryone has a right to know At the present time,
ing rooms, full top mezza- the amount of government what we are doing and the MREC committee is
File photo nine for viewing that seats funding committed toward where we are in terms of not actively fundraising
300 people, fully equipped the project is announced. going forward,” explained and will not be doing so
Continued from Page 1 that would work on both kitchen, washrooms, The MREC construc- Jon. “When we know more until they hear something
sides. It has taken that long sound system, offices, stor- tion timeline will depend everyone will know more. more concrete regarding
“This is the most op- for things to line up and age, etc. on approval of govern- We are hopeful to have this government funding sup-
timistic we have been to work. I can’t say things will The total project cost is ment funds. Jon indicated project wrapped up and in port. However, they will
date,” said Jon. “This is the work out but we are ready $6,790,000 plus GST. With that if the committee re- use and have a close to the still continue to accept
first time that the two lev- and optimistic and very tax, the project total will ceives the go ahead with project.” support and donations if
els of Government actually hopeful.” come in at over $7 million. funding from the Province The MREC project be- they come forward.
have a synergetic program Crane Construction At the local level, the proj- and Feds, then they would gan over ten years ago and

Minnedosa Among Top 25 Communities Vying for $25K
SUBMITTED Western Canada. donation from Co-op to nity to get us recognized game card.” handwritten letter, “I saw
As part of the #Fuelup- a local charity, while the by getting behind this fun The contest was in- there was no Oak Bank,

M innedosa will be one
of the communities
included on Co-op’s 2019
mytown contest, anyone
could share hashtags on
Facebook, Twitter and In-
top 25 will be added to the
game card. The grand prize
winner will be announced
contest – and they did.
It’s their involvement that
got Minnedosa a shot at
spired by eight-year-old
Devin Dreger (grandson of
Ron and Terry Swift), who
Manitoba, for Fuel Up to
Win. I was thinking you
could put it in next year.”
Fuel Up to Win Game Card stagram between Novem- before the start of the Fuel $25,000, and a spot on the realized that his home- There were 562 com-
after voting by community ber 1st and 21st to vote for Up to Win promotion in collector card,” said Lorne town was not on the Fuel munities nominated
members through social a town or city. The commu- February 2019. Zacharias, General Man- Up to Win game card last throughout the contest
media made it one of the nity with the most men- “Thank you to every- ager of Heritage Co-op. year. When he told his par- period. In addition to
top 25 communities in tions will receive a $25,000 one for your participa- “The amount of pride ents and an employee at Minnedosa, other Mani-
tion in this opportunity to we have in our community his local Co-op, they sug- toba communities to make
support a local cause in comes as no surprise and gested that he do some- the list this year include
Minnedosa. It’s neat that now all of Western Canada thing about it. Beausejour, Lorette, Oak
it was completely up to will be able to find us on “To the Company of Bank, Oakville and Swan
the people in our commu- this year’s Fuel Up to Win Co-op,” Devin wrote in a River.

Christmas holiday sChedule
reCyCling & garbage ColleCtion
The Minnedosa Tribune
Monday, December 24 North End - Garbage encourages you to SHOP LOCAL
Tuesday December 25 no reCyling
this holiday season!
Wednesday, December 26 no garbage
Thursday, December 27 South East - Garbage
Collection & North End
Friday, December 28 South West - Garbage
Collection & South
End Recycling
Monday, December 31 North End - Garbage
Collection & North End
Tuesday, January 1 no garbage
Wednesday, January 2 South East - Garbage
When you shop local, more of your money is reinvested into your
Regular Garbage Collection
Resumes January 4th
community through local jobs, local schools, local sports, local
projects, your neighbours wages and a whole lot more!
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, December 21, 2018 3

Pharmacy Remembers Wayne Currah With Memory Bench

O n Monday, Decem-
ber 10th the staff of
Minnedosa Pharmacy
gathered to honour their
former boss and friend,
Wayne Currah. Wayne
passed away in February
2017. Wayne’s wife Ingrid
Photo submitted
and daughter Courtney
were on hand for the dedi- time on committees, this those who walk past or
cation of a bench in mem- is a small way for us to have a seat on the bench
ory of Wayne. acknowledge Wayne and will remember Wayne and
Every year at Christ- what a big part of the com- who he was,” said Magnus-
mas time, the Minnedosa munity he was.” son.
Pharmacy staff pool their For the location of “When you work with
personal funds and do- Wayne’s bench, the phar- someone for so many years
nate to a worthy cause. In macy staff choose the they become your family,
June 2017, they purchased location of the walking so we definitely wanted
their first bench in honour path along the beach road to do something to hon-
of late co-worker, Carol (PR#262) because that our him,” explained long- Photo submitted
Vanderhart. Carol was a was a path Wayne walked time pharmacy employee,
long-time employee of the daily. The designer of both Corinne Lochhead. Back Row (L-R): Corinne Lochhead, Liz Davies,
Pharmacy and her bench benches was Midnight It is clear to see the im- Jim McMunn, Sharon Rudneski, Ellen Bramley,
is located at the Minnedo- Metalworks and The Town pact Wayne had on his staff Jan Magnusson, Jasmine MacDonald, Cheryl
sa Dog Park. of Minnedosa crew offered and on the community as a Marcino. Front row: Marlene Jury, Dorothy
“Wayne has given their assistance to install whole. If you are out walk- Schumacher, Courtney Currah (Wayne’s
back so much to the town each bench. ing on the beach walk- daughter), Ingrid Currah (Wayne’s wife)
of Minnedosa and to the “The bench is for all ing path, be sure to take a and Brenda Shorrock. Missing: Sandra
people,” said pharmacist, walkers who need to sit moment to check out the Former mayor
and local pharmacist, Turchinski, Carol Pengelly, Madison Sylvester,
Jan Magnusson. “Through and rest or just pause for a new bench in memory of
moment. The view is won- Wayne. Wayne Currah. Fiona Cawili and Joan Rapley.
the person that he was,
his time as mayor and his derful and we hope that

A Lot Happening With The Junior Curling Club
SUBMITTED ice. There is one throw for Elie Mailman and in third Pretty and Steven Tomlin- gionals will then advance egories. For the nine and
each category - Hit, Draw, place were Lane Baron, son. to the provincials which 10-year-olds, first place

C url Manitoba Hit,
Draw, Tap club level
playoffs  were held at the
Tap with points awarded
accordingly. The top three
scores in each age category
Hayden Pollon and Ethan
At the 10 to 13-year-
Winners for the Hit,
Draw, Tap Club level event
are eligible to move on to
will be played at the Brier.
Also held at the lo-
cal Curling Club Monday
went to Easton Patter-
son with Elie Mailman in
second and Zachery Baron
Minnedosa Curling Club and all ties advance to the old level, first place was West One Regionals which night was the Minnedosa in third. At the 11 and 12
on Monday, December regionals.  awarded to Sage Toews, will be held on January Home Hardware Junior age category, Grady Burton
17th. The event, which is In the six to eight age Grady Burton and Cassidy 12th in Dauphin.  Junior League HotShots Compe- took first with Will Kane in
a youth skills competition, level category, the winner Dundas. In second place Curling Clubs participat- tition. There were 19 of the second and Seren Chem-
was open to curlers ages was Hagen Toews.  were Trace Baron, Aus- ing in the West One Re- club’s 24  regular league erika in third. For ages 13
six to 13. Ages six to eight For nine and 10-year- tin Goriak and Will Kane. gionals include Dauphin, members participate in to 15, first place went to
throw to rings directly in olds, first place went to Third place winners in- Minnedosa, Swan River, the competition.  Payton Burton, second
front of the hacks while Easton Paterson, second cluded Bailey Brykaliuk, Winnipegosis and Grand- HotShots Medals were to Sage Toews and third
ages nine to 13 throw full place to Zachary Baron and Seren Chemerika, Arianna view.  Winners form Re- presented in three age cat- to Shayla Woychyshyn.   

Catered Lunch Minnedosa Adult
Learning Centre
High School Courses
Monday, January 14th and Computer Classes

12:00 Noon Regular classes start Monday, January 7th, 2019
For Adults who want
NOTICE Meatballs, Perogies, Lazy Man Cabbage Rolls, • a high school diploma
TOWN OFFICE HOLIDAY HOURS Vegetable, Coleslaw, Dessert, Tea or Coffee • to upgrade present skills
• high school credits to enter into a College
December 24 Closed at Noon $13.00 or University
December 25 CLOSED - Christmas Day You MUST sign up and pay for the meal What We offer
December 26 CLOSED - Boxing Day • flexible intake - can start anytime
December 27 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. by 3:30 p.m. on January 7th, 2019 • self-paced courses
December 28 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. No exceptions! • open during the day and Tuesday evenings
• everyday attendance is not mandatory
December 31 Closed at Noon at the 50+ Centre Computer Classes Start the Week of
January 1 CLOSED - New Year’s Day If you buy a ticket and cannot attend, January 21st, 2019
Regular hours resume try to sell your ticket to someone else - no refunds. 1. Intro level (Applying Info & Com Tech 15F)
JANUARY 2, 2019 2. Advanced computers

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4 Friday, December 21, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Darryl a.Holyk - PublisHer anD eDitor

Around C
Season’s Greetings From The Mayor
hristmas is a time to reflect on our many blessings,
our families, our friends and our community.
positively for 2019. Working together we can do great

It is a time for fellowship and to give thanks, a time On behalf of myself, Town of Minnedosa Council-
to support those who are dealing with difficulties in lors, our dedicated staff and our families we wish every-
their lives. Whether it be the loss of a loved one, the loss one a safe, joyful Christmas and a prosperous New Year
of lifestyle as they struggle with an illness or a disability filled with good health, happiness and many blessings.
or those who feel alone. A smile, a kind word or a small
By Darryl Holyk token of friendship can make a difference. Pat Skatch,
As the New Year comes in let us reflect on the past Mayor, Town of Minnedosa
Chamber Christmas…. year’s accomplishments and lessons learned. Let us plan
Approximately 20 people including business owners
and staff of member businesses, attended the annual
Minnedosa Chamber of Commerce Christmas Lunch on
Holiday Wishes From The MLA
Thursday, December 13th at the Golf and Curling Club.
As in years past, those in attendance were encouraged to
donate to the holiday tree with funds raised being donat-
ed to the Minnedosa Christmas Cheer Board and Minne-
T he holiday season is a time when families come
together and citizens take a pause from the day to day
hustle and bustle of life to remember all the good things
is rich with people with such commitment.
However, as we celebrate the festive season we need
to take time to consider those who have struggled over
dosa and Area Food Bank. This year’s lunch raised $165 we share as citizens of the Riding Mountain constitu- the past year – whether it was through the loss of a job,
for the two local non-profits. ency in the Province of Manitoba, in the most wonderful the loss of a loved one, wild fires, droughts, floods or tra-
country in the world – Canada. gedies around the world.
The tradition of community involvement is alive and I look forward to continuing to work with my col-
Possible partners... well in our province. Theatre groups, 4-H clubs, seniors’ leagues for a Better Manitoba for you, and for all the cit-
The proposed Four Winds regional waste facitily for organizations, service clubs and sports teams are just a izens of the province.
communities north and northwest of Minnedosa was few of the opportunities rural residents have. These com- On behalf of my family, I wish you all a Merry Christ-
met with a great deal of controversy, as was our own munity organizations are something we can all benefit mas and healthy and prosperous 2019.
Evergreen facility some years ago. Following a fairly ma- from and can be proud of.
jor turnover in elected officials, partners involved in the Volunteers are the heart of our communities and the Greg Nesbitt,
Four Winds project have recently met with the board and strength of our province, and I am very honoured to say MLA, Riding Mountain
staff of Evergreen Environmental Technologies, between the constituency I represent in the Manitoba Legislature
Minnedosa and Neepawa, investigating the possibility of
becoming a partner. While this is only in the very early
discussion stage, this could be a future possibility. Merry Christmas From The MP
Young stars on stage…
Tanner’s Crossing School students were in the
A s your Member of Parliament, I wish everyone in the
Dauphin-Swan River-Neepawa Constituency, “Best
Wishes for the Christmas and Holiday Season”!
proud of the men and women of our Canadian Armed
Forces and other law enforcement personnel, who are
instrumental in protecting us from the violence of ter-
spotlight Wednesday night as they presented their an- Christmas is a time for us to reflect on what is truly rible regimes and everyday crimes. Please keep them in
nual Christmas concert before a full house of family and important: our families, our friends and our communi- your prayers, not just during this Christmas season, but
friends. ties. As you celebrate this wonderful time of year, take the throughout the New Year.
opportunity to count your blessings and reflect on Can- On a personal note, this Christmas season is a special
Memory Lights... ada’s good fortune, rejoice in the memories of the year
past, and look forward with hope to the days ahead.
one for me, as I wind down my time as your Member of
Parliament, and effective when the next federal election
This year’s Heritage Memory Lights fundraiser for
The holiday season reminds us to reach out to those is called; set for October 2019. I thank you for your sup-
the Minnedosa District Museum and Heritage Village
who may be less fortunate and who may be living with port and confidence to represent our Constituency’s val-
has once again raised over $1,100.
hardships. It is important that we all make an extra effort ues in the House of Commons. My goal, as your Member
to help our neighbours who may be in special need. of Parliament, has always been to ensure that the govern-
That’s a wrap... As we look back on this year, we can be thankful for
the great prosperity we have as a country, even though the
ment recognizes the values of the towns, rural communi-
ties and farms that make up the riding of Dauphin-Swan
With this edition, Ye Olde Trib wraps up another year
and closes another chapter of recording happenings in global economy remains fragile. Canada can be proud of River-Neepawa. My wife Caroline and I wish you and
our community. Being The Tribune’s 135th year of busi- being a model for other nations and being considered as your family a truly blessed and peaceful Christmas sea-
ness, this sturdy old business continues to celebrate suc- one of the world’s best countries to live in! son, and a healthy, happy 2019!
cesses and battle challenges. Thank you to all who have We can be proud of the key position our nation has
supported us over the past year and we look forward to filled in supporting the development of values of free- Robert Sopuck,
serving you in the new year. Happy Holidays! dom, democracy and the rule of law in other countries MP, Dauphin-Swan River-Neepawa
that are facing important challenges. We are extremely

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The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, December 21, 2018 5

Immediate Roadside Suspensions Proposed
Under The Dome
ers who register a “fail”
on a roadside screening
device, indicating a BAC
sanctions for a driver who
fails a roadside screening
for the first time, rather
Ye O l d
By of .08 or over but causing than spend four hours pro-

no injury or death, police cessing that drunk driver
GREG NESBITT would have the discretion for a criminal charge. With
Riding Mountain MLA to impose a new fine of the new approach, road-
at least $500 as well as a side testing would take as
mandatory ignition inter- little as six minutes so offi-
lock for one year instead cers would be back on our

I mpaired driving contin-
ues to take the lives of
.05 and .08. These drivers
would face a new fine of at
of a criminal charge. These
new sanctions would be
streets much more quickly
to catch more drunk driv-
too many Manitobans, so least $200 for a first offence, comparable to those ap- ers. 1888 – A citizen thought he could draw water from the
our government is adopt- increasing to at least $400 plied after convictions and Impaired driving is well much better than the party that was doing the work
ing much tougher sanc- for a third or subsequent would come on top of the the second-most preva- and was taught a lesson he will not soon forget. As soon
tions against drunk driv- offence. Their vehicles existing pre-conviction lent contributing factor in as he went to the well, it being very slippery, he slipped
ers while keeping more would also be impounded 90-day licence suspension fatal crashes in Manitoba. and fell in. He was pulled out at once by holding on to
police on Manitoba’s roads for three days for a first of- and 30-day vehicle im- In 2017, drunk driving ac- the bucket. He was not injured but received a very cold
to catch them. Under our fence, seven days for a sec- poundment. counted for 32 per cent of dunking.
newly proposed amend- ond offence and 30 days With the new penal- people killed and six per
ments to the Highway for a third or subsequent ties, a driver registering a cent of those injured in
Traffic Act, motorists who offence. Those caught a “warn” would face a cost collisions in our province. 1898 – The pump factory is being removed to Main
drink and drive would lose third or subsequent time of at least $2,600 for a first These numbers are way too Street into the building near the photograph gallery, for-
their driver’s licences, their would be required to drive offence and about $3,200 high. merly occupied by an implement warehouse. Mr. Man-
vehicles and a lot of mon- with an ignition interlock for a third or subsequent With immediate road- ners has secured a steam engine and will put in a three-
ey. for one year. These new offence. The minimum side prohibitions, our gov- roll crusher.
Under our changes, sanctions would come in cost for failing a roadside ernment would hit drunk
immediate roadside pro- addition to existing licence screening would be more drivers where it hurts 1908 – John McMillan advertises a year-end sale offer-
hibitions would be put in suspensions and other than $3,300. while creating a culture of ing 20 to 30 percent off merchandise. On Thursday, be-
place against drivers who sanctions for drivers who The new legislation sober driving and improv- tween 11 and 12, children will receive a free bag of candy.
register a “warn” on an ap- register a “warn” on road- would also be much more ing safety on Manitoba’s
proved screening device, side screening devices ad- helpful to police. An officer streets and highways.
indicating a blood-alcohol ministered by police. would be able to proceed
1918 – Fishing with hook and line cannot be a very
pleasant pastime at this season of the year, yet Minnedo-
content (BAC) of between For first-offence driv- quickly with the tougher
sans are seen trying to catch fish through holes in the ice
near the spillway of the dam and it is said, with some suc-

Be A Santa To A Senior Brightens The Holidays

1928 – Minnedosa curlers go to Winnipeg Friday to try
for the O’Grady Cup.
By Maxine Woodcock eral public are welcome to ning the program again this program will continue
Resource Co-ordinator, come and choose an orna- next year. If you know to bring Christmas to the
MDSS ment, do some shopping of a senior who is alone, hearts of those alone. Fi- 1938 – J.E. Armitage has retired from the CPR after 49
for their secret senior, and please let me know their nancial status is not a de- years of service.

S ervices To Seniors has
once again brought
Christmas Joy to several
then return the gift to the
office in early December.
On Friday, December
name and I will add them
to my list. With your help,
termining factor.
1948 – Dr. H.C. Stevenson has been elected Legion
seniors in Minnedosa. This 14th, the gifts were deliv-
year, there were 26 seniors ered to the seniors. “Each
who received packages. year, this act of kindness
1958 – Fire Chief, Paul Rennenburg, attended the
Town Council meeting and explained that another fire
In mid-October Ser- puts the real meaning in
truck was necessary as the old one is shot. The council
vices to Seniors begins to Christmas. I am met with
will ask for tenders on either a new or good used two ton
collect the names of se- reactions that truly warm
truck. A slush pump will also be considered in the spring.
niors who are likely to be your heart. For those who
alone at Christmas. Their are alone, this program
identity is kept a secret. brings the message that 1968 – Town Council will prepare a bylaw to be more
An ornament is created for they (the seniors) are not restrictive regarding moving buildings into town. Cur-
each name received and alone, that they are re- rently, if a house meets certain requirements and has a
posted in the MDSS of- membered at Christmas.” value of at least $1,300, it can be moved to town.
fice. Members of the gen- I look forward to run-
1978 – Rapid City Chamber of Commerce hosted a
successful Christmas parade Saturday with over 20 en-
tries. Senior citizens handed out bags of candy at the el-
ementary school where films were shown.

1988 – A short in the wiring near a plug-in was the
cause of an early morning fire at the Alfa Mills processing
plant. Damage is estimated at $1,000.

Dr. Derek Papegnies Pictured above is the current board of the 1998 - Council has authorized the extension of water
Minnedosa and District Foundation. and sewer services from 2nd Avenue to 3rd Street S.E. to
OPTOMETRIST Left to Right: Gaylene Johnson, Wilma Jones, Grant the Minnedosa Beach, Campground and Cottage area at
an estimated cost of $600,000.
Spraggs, Cheryl Johnson, Grant Butler, Jean
Garbolinsky, Harvey Wedgewood and Bruce McNabb. 2008 - After 124 years of service, the Minnedosa chap-
129-2nd Avenue S.W., Minnedosa, MB
For more info or to make a donation to the Foundation go to ter of the Independend Order of Odd Fellows is disband-
FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL: ing. The IOOF closes with only six remaining members.
6 Friday, December 21, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Minnedosa Archery Club Spans Decades
By KAREN MITCHELL process of reorganizing for Adults are encouraged to Strathclair Curling Rink as are plans in the works to we are unsure of future
their 2019 season. Mem- shoot after 7:30 p.m. This one of their fundraisers. relocate the shop. This plans,” said Bramley. “We

F or thirty plus years the
Minnedosa Archery
Club doors have been open
bership sits around 20
youth participants, how-
ever there are still some
helps with over-crowding
in our small facility,” ex-
plained Bramley. “These
The dates for the upcom-
ing Fundraising 3D shoots
have not been decided on
could most-likely result in
the demolition of the Ar-
mouries and archery club
are very appreciative of
the Town of Minnedosa’s
support for our club in the
to area residents. Original- members trickling in. time frames help offer a currently. An outdoor 3D building in the future. “As form of our current facility
ly, the club shared its pres- “Numbers have decreased more positive experience shoot in late May at the for our current location it and hope that we can work
ent facility, on the west side over the years as some for the young shooters.” Squirrel Hill Hiking Trail, is not clear how long this with them as  changes oc-
of the old Armories behind years we have seen 35 The club’s emphasis is located west of Minnedo- facility will exist, therefore cur in the future.”
Cornerstone Grill, with the and up. Registration does on safety and recreational sa, will also take place. “We
Junior Rifle Club. The Ar- vary from year to year as enjoyment, however, if are able to offer members
chery Club was started by
a group of enthusiasts who
were looking for a chance
youth have other activities
that conflict,” said Archery
Club Vice-President, Bry-
there is an archer that is
looking to become a more
serious competitor, Wayne
equipment rentals. That
way anyone can try be-
fore they buy.  As well this
Woodman the Butler
to practice their skills and
meet with a group that
shared a common interest
an Bramley.
Bramley, along with
Wayne Baker, club Presi-
would certainly be happy
to provide this opportuni-
ty. “Wayne has competed
practice allows everyone
a chance to experience
archery. We can also offer
Ready to Help
in the sport of archery. This
brought together shoot-
dent, and other volunteers
can be found every Tues-
at various high-ranking
Archery Competitions in
minor equipment repairs
and adjustments on club at Christmas Dinner
ers that were interested in day evening running ses- the past and is an excel- nights and some coach-
not only hunting, but also sions. “We run two groups lent instructor for anyone ing to help them along the
those interested in target of youth archers each that wants to learn about way, if they so require,” ex-
competition. night. We are open to all the sport, he is so truly en- plained Bramley.
The club’s current fall ages of youth and partici- thusiastic about,” stated The club’s location
session began on Decem- pants are asked to select a Bramley. adjoining the current Roll-
ber 4th and will run every time that works for them. Every year, the club ing River School Division
Tuesday until the middle Sessions are 6:00 to 6:45 hosts an indoor event in maintenance shop has an
of April. The club is in the p.m. or 6:45 to 7:30 p.m. mid to late March at the uncertain future as there

Squirrel Hills Committee Welcomes New
Volunteers and Plans For a Bright Future
By KAREN MITCHELL the cross-country ski trails, and is eager and hopeful the Recreation Commis-
located on PR#355 west of for the future of the com- sion Sports Dinners Grant

O n Wednesday, De-
cember 5th the Squir-
rel Hills Committee held a
Minnedosa, to a multi-use
trails area. The Commit-
tee had put a call out to
mittee as a whole. In total,
14 people showed up and
of those, six people showed
for $2,000. Since then, the
committee has applied for
the Town of Minnedosa
public meeting to discuss all interested community interest in being on the grant, and they have re- Photo submitted
the possible expansion of members to come out and board. In attendance was ceived a personal donation
see what the proposal and a great representation of of $200. By KAREN MITCHELL
committee was all about. many local groups such 2019 looks to be a busy
Economic Develop-
ment Officer, Chantelle
as; cross country skiing,
snow shoeing; hikers and
year for the committee as
they will be applying for W oodman the Butler landed in Minnedosa in 2005
when he took part in a church banquet held at the
Community Hall. A bit pretentious, perhaps a bit saucy
Parrot, of the Minnedosa cyclers. grants, working out chal-
and Area Community De- Prior to the meeting lenges, fundraising, map- and with a questionable hair style, he also proves to be
velopment Corporation, the committee had re- ping out the multi-use quite helpful to!  He loves making acquaintances and re-
was quite impressed with ceived word that they were trails, working through newing them, which assists him when he gets to host dif-
myCommunity the turn out at the meeting one of the recipients of potential safety issues and ferent events in Minnedosa and area.
On Christmas Day he will definitely be seen at the
Neighbours Indeed working on signage.
The committee will Christmas Dinner where he will be wearing many dif-
Be a Neighbour...
And announce meet again in January. ferent hats. Whether it be a driver to help some people
these special events Anyone still interested in arrive in the Handivan, welcoming guests to the event,
to your community learning more or becom- hanging up coats, bring you tea/coffee or crumpets, or
●Birth of Child ing part of the committee just overall making people feel at home.
●Wedding is welcome to attend an It is said that Woodman the Butler is hard to take a
●Wedding Anniversaries upcoming meeting. picture of because he never stands still, however we did
25th, 40th, 50th, 60th manage to wrangle one up!    He works for smiles, but
●New home residency would also like to add that he likes lemon pie too (wink,
You may qualify for a wink)!
personalized keepsake
gift offer compliments
of local business and

professional sponsors
Minnedosa Pharmacy
Glenndosa Glass 1990 Ltd.
Minnedosa insurance Services
Kim’sQuality Foods
Integra Tire

Have you tried it?
Heritage Co-op
Minnedosa Tribune
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Province Announces Expansion for Dialysis Services
SUBMITTED The province is in- members receive training benefits for patients who director, Manitoba Renal with kidney failure receiv-
vesting more than and supports to perform are able to receive di- Program.  “It’s a way for ing life-saving dialysis

D ialysis services are
being expanded in
Brandon, launching new
$500,000 annually to sup-
port the expansion, which
will make home dialysis
the treatment at home,
rather than in the hospital.
“Together with our
alysis at home including
more independence, less
travel, fewer hospital-
people to live with kidney
failure, stay out of a hos-
pital, and remain within
treatment in Manitoba,
including 385 patients on
home dialysis.  An addi-
options for Westman resi- training and ongoing sup- health partners, we con- izations, less exposure to their communities and at tional 5,495 people in
dents living with kidney port more accessible for tinue to enhance dialysis infection and fewer diet- home with their families.” Manitoba are being treat-
failure, Health, Seniors patients in the region. services within the health ary restrictions,” says Dr. There are currently ed for stages one to five
and Active Living Min- The home peritoneal region,” said Penny Gil- Mauro Verrelli, medical more than 1,700 people chronic kidney disease.
ister Cameron Friesen dialysis program, which son, chief executive officer,
announced on Monday. launched this fall, will in- Prairie Mountain Health. 

Basswood News
“Providing more op- itially accommodate up to “The Brandon Regional
tions for dialysis closer 12 patients.  Peritoneal di- Health Centre has been
to home will allow Bran- alysis cycles a solution into offering hemodialysis ser-
don and Westman-area and out of the stomach vice for more than 30 years. 
residents to manage their through a tube to collect We are now very pleased By ZElDa FIrBy formerly of the Basswood Merry Christmas and
own care without having and get rid of waste and to be in a position to offer area and now of Shoal best wishes for 2019 to for-
to travel or temporarily
relocate to Winnipeg for
home training and sup-
fluid.  It can be done with a
machine at night or manu-
ally several times a day.
all three renal therapies
through the Brandon unit.”
The site in Brandon is
O n Saturday, Decem-
ber 8th family and
friends gathered at the
Lake, on the sudden pass-
ing of his wife, Susan.
On Sunday evening,
mer residents near and far
and especially those in the
Minnedosa Care Home:
port,” said Friesen.  “Re- The home hemodi- the only one in the prov- Basswood Hall to help the United Church was Bea Brown, Genevieve
ceiving services closer to alysis program, which will ince operating seven days Marion McNabb celebrate filled with folks from near Levich, Fred Brown and
home is a cornerstone launch in 2019, will in- a week to treat a growing a “Milestone Birthday” and far who enjoyed the Marion Ogibowski in the
of our government’s ap- itially accommodate up to number of patients with Congratulations Marion Church’s Christmas carol Erickson Care Home. Sea-
proach to improving Mani- six patients.  Hemodialy- kidney failure.  It is also the and may you have many concert. For those of you son’s Greetings to Darryl
toba’s health system and sis uses a machine to re- only site outside Winnipeg more. who get the access TV and staff at The Tribune.
this significant measure move blood from the body, with nephrologists (kid- Sympathy is extend- channel, be sure to watch
will benefit patients in the clean it and return it to the ney specialists) on staff. ed to Robert Richardson, it!
region in a variety of ways.” body.  Patients and family “There are many

8 Friday, December 21, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Newdale News Grabbin’ Groceries
by Raven’s Glen Wi “Meals for Seniors” mas Goodies” was enjoyed
(HHMS) held its annu- by everyone present.

M any Newdale par-
ents, grandparents
and friends attended the
al Christmas Dinner on
Wednesday, December
19th when a large crowd of
Have you taken a drive
down Sandy Lake’s Main
Street to enjoy all the huge
School Band Concert held seniors, friends and fam- Christmas wreaths on
last week. There is so much ily gathered to enjoy the most every building along
budding talent coming up bountiful repast. Lynne the way, definitely gets you
that it’s a pleasure to hear Tolton, HHMS Board Chair in the Christmas spirit!
their accomplishments. welcomed everyone and Newdale Raven’s Glen
Well done musicians! thanked them for their WI sincerely appreciates
Also held last week- participation. This was the our continuing readership
end was the Strathclair first Christmas for the new and to all that contribute
School Christmas Concert Meals Co-ordinator, Lori items to our column dur-
performed at the Bend Larsen. The HH Board ing the year. To the Edi-
Theatre, again the facil- members all pitch in to tor and staff we offer our
ity was packed with fam- make this annual event greetings of the season!
ily and friends to enjoy the a great success. Several We wish all our faithful
students weeks of rehears- lucky door prize winners readers a beautiful Christ-
als. It wouldn’t be concert take home that little extra! mas season, celebrated
night without the appear- Several from town with family and friends
ance of Santa Claus bring- attended the Christmas and our best wishes for a
ing treats for all the “good” Sing-a-Long at Sandy Lake blessed New Year!
little boys and girls! Drop-In Centre on Sunday, Photo submitted
Best wishes to Judy December 16th, hosted by
Pedersen who is spending Gary and Doreen Staple- If your label reads
(L-R): Grocery Grab winner Barb Nieradka, Alexis Harvey (Rotary),
time at her mothers fol- ton. A good crowd enjoyed 18/12/31 Colleen McNabb (Rotary), and Lorne Zacharias
lowing foot surgery, we all many old familiar Christ- It’s time to renew (General Manager, Heritage Co-op).
wish you a quick recovery mas carols along with your subscription!
Judy. some more recent tunes.
Harrison House Coffee break with “Christ- 204-867-3816 submitted Posing for a picture, Barb Grocery Grab tickets were
amusingly remarked that sold.

E arly on the morning of
Saturday, December
she had never received so
much attention when she
15th, the Heritage Co-op
Food Market in Minnedo-
went grocery shopping!
Second prize winner Bridge Club
sa was a bubbly scene as was the Minnedosa and
Rotary Club members and Area Food Bank, recipient
Co-op staff cheered on of two $50.00 Co-op gift
Barb Nieradka, the lucky cards. Heritage Co-op do- December 13th
ticket winner of Rotary’s nated one of the two cards.
fifth annual Grocery Grab Third prize winner of a  1st - Wilf Taylor /
two-minute shopping $50.00 Co-op gift card was Mel Harvey
spree. Jennifer MacGregor.  2nd - Albert Parsons /
While Lorne Zacha- While Barb enjoyed John Cullen
rias, General Manager of her shopping spree, funds  3rd - Esther Robertson /
the Heritage Co-op Food raised from Grocery Grab Linda Boys
Market, presented a ham- ticket sales are returned  4th - Boyd Grant /
per of food items to Barb, to the Minnedosa area in Evelyn Neufeld
first prize winner, Rotary support of numerous com-  5th - Lois Campbell /
picked up the Grocery munity projects and activi- Wilma Jones 
Grab tab tallying $529.41. ties. This year, over 1,000

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Christmas Spirit Rings in Sandy Lake

Photos by Karen Mitchell

Rylie and Hayden Davies visit with Santa during the Christmas
celebrations recently held in Sandy Lake.


T hursday, December 13th saw the first Sunrise Credit Union Christmas Celebration
held in Sandy Lake. The weather cooperated and with that brought several com-
munity members out for the special evening filled with sleigh rides, bonfire, hotdogs,
smores, coloring contest and pictures with Santa.
Proceeds from the evening were presented to the Christmas Cheer Board and all
proceeds from the Santa photos were donated to the Sandy Lake Playground Commit-
tee. The winner of the colouring contest and recipient of a stocking was Mila Bone.
“The community is the backbone of our business, without them we would not be
able to have events like this,” stated Conner Ross, Branch Manager, for Sandy Lake Sun-
rise Credit Union.


You are invited to the 9th Annual
Minnedosa & District Christmas Dinner

“Because no one should
be alone at Christmas”
December 25th at Noon
Minnedosa Community
Conference Centre
Join us for a great meal, good fun,
songs and fellowship.
*Meals will also be available to be
picked up

Please phone 204-867-3425 if you can
join us for dinner, if you would like to
arrange a ride or if you would like to
help as a volunteer for the event!
Donations gratefully accepted at the
MCU towards “Community Christmas
Dinner account “
10 Friday, December 21, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Moments in Riding Mountain: I Want to Ride my Bicycle
By KEN KINGDON bikes by the time I was six. weak and unlucky. dren… cycle shoes that lock onto that I could chat with a co-
I may have mentioned Since the bike was so It wasn’t long, though, the pedals. I told myself worker. As airplane pilots

W ith winter well under
way and the Christ-
mas season in top gear, it
this in an article or two in
the past, but I come from
a large family where hand-
tall, I had to start it off on
a bit of a lean just so that I
could get my leg over the
before I mastered these
big bikes. In fact, soon
my brothers and I started
that it was all about in-
creasing my cycling ef-
ficiency, while a smaller
know, you have to have a
certain amount of forward
motion to prevent yourself
may seem odd to be read- me-downs were a natural bar. I had to throw myself looking for added thrills. voice in the back of head from stalling.
ing about bicycles. I feel part of growing up. Addi- and the bike upright to One of my fondest kept telling me that I I relearned that lesson
justified, however, given tionally, we didn’t have get it vertical, while push- memories comes from would also look cool. Stu- the hard way, as I failed to
that a number of kids, and a whole lot of spending ing the pedal down to get that sweet spot in a child’s pid voice. negotiate my snail-paced
a few adults, are on course money in the early 1970s, some forward momen- life where fearlessness I should have realised turn while my feet re-
to receive a bicycle from so we made do with worn- tum. This required both and prudence are nicely that this was going to be a mained firmly glued to the
good old Santy. out bikes purchased at coordination and strength, balanced, generally oc- bad idea from the start. Be- pedals, and I simply fell
The real reason it’s auction sales, or gifts of something that I am not curring at age 10. It was fore I paid for my bicycle, I over onto my side in full
on the top of my mind, used bikes from neigh- well known for, even to this during this time, in early went for a quick test drive. view of my co-worker.
though, is that bike riding bours or family. day. spring, we learned that if Ahead lay a curb, over Interestingly, I have re-
is still underway here in At the same time, At least half the time I we rode our bikes into the which I imagined myself mained largely unscathed
tropical southern Ontario. there just didn’t seem to be would fail to push off of the snow-filled ditches at just leaping with ease. What from these incidents. Per-
To be honest, it’s not quite small sized bikes around box with enough force to the right speed, our front could possibly go wrong? haps it’s a result of the
tropical any more, with like there are today. Thus, get launched, and I would tires would become lodged Well let’s just say that slow speed at which they
lows of -5C, but the roads the fates forced us to learn wobble about until simply in the snowbank, the for- my timing was off, my happen. Or, it may be that
are snow free which makes to ride on bikes that were falling over on my side. To ward momentum would front wheel hit the face of my hidden super power is
bicycling a commuting op- literally two sizes too big. increase the likelihood of stand the bike on end, and the curb, I couldn’t get my that I possess super strong
tion. Which also meant that success, and to increase we would do an ultra-slow damn feet off the pedals, wrist bones. I know, how-
Bicycling is also top of a box, old paint can, or the forward momentum, I flip into the snow, landing and I proceeded to do a ever, that I am literally an
mind because I keep fall- stone was a standard piece would start at the top of a on our backs, our bicycles lovely roll over the handle accident waiting to hap-
ing over. I’ve had more of bicycling equipment. slope where possible. This, toppling into the snow- bars, just like my youthful pen.
random bike wipe outs in To start cycling, I’d stand of course, simply meant bank by our sides. snowbank adventures. So, whether there is a
the last year than I have on said object, lifting my that I crashed at higher Caution soon trumped Except there wasn’t brand new bike under the
had in most of my 50 years leg over the bike’s cross- speeds. creativity, and there came any snow. I was lucky on tree or not, I hope you all
of biking experience. bar, and prepare myself for Needless to say, my a spring when I was just two fronts – I landed on have a Merry Christmas.
That’s right, I have 50 launch. bicycling experience start- too nervous to do it. This some lovely grass with my Just a word of caution,
years of cycling history. In an example of su- ed with skinned knees, event marked my gradua- bike unscratched, and no though - always wear your
Which seems absurd. I preme positive thinking, I bruised shins, and occa- tion to more sensible bike one saw me wipe out. helmet.
did the math though, and could see myself majestic- sional contact between the riding, and for 40 odd years Alas, this was just the
while the first three years ally sailing down the road, crossbar and the more ten- I remained amazingly ac- beginning. I have since Ken Kingdon lives and
of my cycling experience wind in my hair, the open der parts of my reproduct- cident free. found several other cre- works in Leamington On-
were relegated to the mi- road calling to me. In re- ive anatomy. I personally Until lately that is. In ative ways to crash. My tario, but still calls home
nor leagues of tricycles, I ality, cycling was a mech- find it a miracle that I was a fit of folly and hubris, I favourite involved mak- the Riding Mountain re-
graduated to two-wheeled anism to winnow out the able to produce three chil- bought myself a pair of bi- ing a very slow U-turn so gion home.

Baking Tips for Your Holiday Goodies
sible while mixing and cutter (or called a bench you a bit of a ‘safety net’. It’s Baking powder on
Cooking rolling to prevent melting
the butter and shorten-
scraper). Once the dough
is formed into a flat disk,
also important to note that
the alcohol will evaporate
the other hand is a com-
plete leavener, as it only
With ing pieces prematurely.
The best way of doing
wrap and place it in the re-
frigerator until thoroughly
during the baking process
so there’s no need to worry
requires liquid for it to re-
act in the same manner.
CHEF DEZ this is to first focus on your
ingredients. Make sure you
chilled. Remove and pro-
ceed with rolling, ideally on
about anyone getting tipsy
while eating your pies.
The reason for this is that it
contains a mixture of bak-
are using ice water (water a chilled marble surface. Cookies and quick ing soda and the balanced
from the fridge) instead One of the main things breads are also very popu- amount of acid, along
of cold water, and frozen to remember when mak- lar, and they both rely on with starch to help pre-

N othing compares to
the aroma of baked
Christmas goodies when
the year, and some baking
tips may be helpful to you.
Flaky pie dough is a
butter grated into the flour
mixture is ideal. The frozen
butter particles then are
ing pastry is to not over-
work it. Overworking flour
with liquid will create
baking soda and/or bak-
ing powder to rise. Baking
soda and baking powder
vent lumping. This is why
you will see some recipes
that call for baking pow-
coming in from the cold pastry that has a mixture already the required size more gluten and thus a are considered chemical der and others with bak-
winter weather. Our olfac- of shortening and/or but- from the grater and will not tougher more structured leaveners. Baking soda ing powder and/or baking
tory sensations (our sense ter that is “cut in” so that suffer from the warm fric- dough – save that process is  sodium bicarbonate- soda. A good comparison
of smell) contribute up there are small chunks still tion of too much mixing for bread doughs. Chilled and it requires liquid and of this would be a pan-
to eighty percent to our left in the finished prod- or “cutting” in. Secondly, vodka from the freezer is an acid to make a gas- cake recipe compared to a
sense of taste, and thus is uct. This aids in creating try not to touch the dough a good substitute for the eous reaction. It is usu- buttermilk pancake recipe.
a very important part of steam pockets within the with your hands too much, chilled water in your pas- ally added to recipes that Whatever desserts
our ability to recognize crust, which helps with as the warmth from them try recipe because vodka have a naturally occur- you choose to celebrate
and enjoy flavour. The the leavening process and will melt the butter. It is is 40% alcohol and alco- ring acid in the ingredi- with, I wish you all the
art of holiday baking is a thus creating the flaky best to form the dough by hol doesn’t create gluten ents, such as buttermilk, best of health and happi-
regular activity in many texture. It is best to keep folding it over consistently formation in flour from yogurt, sour cream, hon- ness this holiday season.
households this time of pie pastry as cold as pos- with a chilled metal dough overmixing – so it will give ey, molasses, and fruits.

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It just makes sense to advertise with your local newspaper!
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The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, December 21, 2018 11

Ridding Smells From Musty Old Trunks
or a tea towel on the area, washer and dryer, as well (or vinegar) through the heat detectors can be used
and press with a warm as, my dishwasher.  All are cycle. To freshen up your in areas where there is dust
Solutions and clothing iron. Be careful old but working well, but washing machine, add one or cooking appliances,
Substitutions not to burn the wood. Re-
move towel and observe
I would like to freshen the
inside of them. Melva
cup of white vinegar to
each load for the next few
they work great in kitchens,
utility rooms and garages.
By the stain, if it remains you   weeks. To freshen up the These are areas where a
REENA NERBAS will need to strip and re-
finish the wood.
Dear Melva,
Without knowing
dryer, wipe it well with dish
soap and water. Another
smoke detector would be
giving off nuisance alarms.
what the trunk is made important  step  in clean- Since heat detectors are
Dear Reena, of, it is difficult to recom- ing your dryer is to remove not interlinked, they can
Dear Reena, (bottom part).  The liquid I have an old trunk mend a cleaning action. any lint build-up from the pinpoint the location of a
I have laminate floor- left a white stain behind in my basement storing If the trunk is wood, clean lint trap after every use. fire.
ing in my living room and and I have no idea how to blankets etc.  It is off the it with Murphy’s Oil Soap Although the lint build-up Keep your car doors
leather furniture. Every remove it. What can you floor and we have never and water. If it is plastic, may not be excessive, this from freezing shut; spray
time we sit down they slide suggest Reena? Vince had dampness in the base- clean it with dish soap and excellent habit will keep the rubber seals of your
a bit. How can I keep them ment. This is the first time water. If the trunk is fab- you from ever allowing the doors with cooking spray.
from sliding? Randy Dear Vince, that I have noticed a musty ric on the interior, clean it lint to build up to a dan- Make slippery steps
It sounds as though the smell when opened, not with shaving cream. If the gerous point. In fact, lint is easier to walk on by sprin-
Dear Randy, alcohol in the vodka may mildewed but musty.  I trunk is lined with paper often collected by camp- kling non-clumping kitty
Purchase rubber grip- have stripped the finish of have removed everything, or cardboard, dampen a er’s to use as a starter for litter onto iced areas.
per pads, they stop furni- your beautiful buffet. Be- and the inside looks fine. cloth with vinegar and a campfires. Next clean the Keep your attic well
ture from sliding. They are fore refinishing the piece, What can I do to get rid of few drops of essential oil lint trap with an old tooth- ventilated. The colder the
easy to use,  just peel and let’s try this handy solu- the smell, so that I can con- such as; lavender or or- brush dish soap and water. attic, the less melting and
stick. tion. Smear the area with tinue to use this large spe- ange. Wipe and dry. Leave Whoa, I’m out of breath! refreezing on the roof.
either non-bleach, non-gel cial trunk which is now 50 the lid of the trunk open
Dear Reena, toothpaste or mayonnaise. years old? until it has aired out and Fabulous Winter Tips Note: Every user as-
I spilt vodka, water Leave for one hour and   Also, please guide me is completely dry. Store of the Week: sumes all risks of injury
and lime juice on an an- wipe. If the stain remains, with some suggestions a container of cat litter in or damage resulting from
tique oak buffet/hutch lay a piece of brown paper as to how I can clean my the trunk to absorb excess Many people have the implementation of
moisture. smoke and carbon mon- any suggestions in this
oxide detectors installed column. Test all products

Sandy Lake News
To freshen up your throughout their homes. on an inconspicuous area
dishwasher, run a pack- But do you have a heat de- first.
age of Tang orange crystals tector in your home? Since

By Diane Bachewich noon caroling at the per- the Personal Care Home.
sonal care home. All en- We would like to wel-

R onald and Lucy Men-
dro spent a few days at
Flin Flon this past week.
joyed the singing plus the
delicious pereski served
that afternoon.
come Ranie and Marie
Ashe who have taken over
the Frontier Restaurant.
Nice to see Elsie Visiting with Tim and The Ashe’s hail from Ester-
Kristalovich home from Dorothy Maluk was Gord hazy, SK.
the Minnedosa Hospital. Johnson of Nakusp, BC, Helen Derhak was
There was a great turn who was here for a few happy to hear that her
out for the Sunrise Credit days. grandson Brad and Teagan
Union Christmas celebra- Visiting with Olive Derhak and great grand-
tion on Thursday evening, Prokopchuk were Jack and sons Beckham and Zaid-
with sleigh rides, hot choc- Gaylene Zirprick of Roblin, en of Winnipeg are back
olate and hot dogs over a MB. Recently, while Olive home from an enjoyable
bon fire. Also, Santa was was watching the birds holiday in Palm Springs,
present and you could through the window, she CA.
have had your picture tak- spotted a red breast robin. We would like to wish
en with him. Even the robin is confused the newspaper staff and all
The Legion Ladies with our weather pattern! the readers a very Merry
Auxiliary were accompa- The Knights of Colum- Christmas and a happy
nied by Doreen and Gary bus entertained with car- and prosperous New Year! 18123gm1
Stapleton on Friday after- ols on Sunday afternoon at

but one thing remains the same:
truth in advertising matters.

Truthful, Fair, and Accurate.
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in The Minnedosa Tribune Ltd. or from any error or omission in for 25 years! Olivia Katherine Smith,
Morning Julotta Service and benefits & pension
any advertisement which is published. born to Val Smith on package Potluck Breakfast, January 6th
December 4th at 7:46 a.m. • Service & Repair
Potluck Supper and Evening
RATES 1-800-758-6924 7lb 9oz, 20 1/8” long.
A come and go baby shower
of Song and Worship. Merry
equipment, etc.
• Semi-truck and liquid
SALES – FINANCING Christmas Everyone! X bulk tankers / trailers
$9.00 for first 40 words, additional words .10 each. will be held on Saturday, • Read, Write & Complete
– LEASING of Trucks, Truck-
Repeat ads - Half Price. January 5th from 2-4 p.m. work orders
beds, Trailers, full repair, safe- Live music at the • Must Comply with Safety
ties and Autopac trailer repair. at the Basswood Hall. Minnedosa Legion this Fri-
Classified Display - $9.00/col. inch each insert. (Incl. logo, box & Policies
Kaldeck Truck and Trailer x day, December 21st at 7:30 • Strong skill set required
bolding, and centering).
• Multitasking & working
Inc., Hwy #1 MacGregor, MB. p.m. featuring “Smith & Wes-
Happy Snaps: (Birthday, Engagement, Wedding, Birth, & MISCELLANEOUS son”. If you like local talent
well with team a must
1-888-685-3127 www.kal-
Graduation) - $16.00 for the first 20 words and the picture. SERVICES P: 204-571-3230 and Bluegrass Music at its
F: 204-571-3232
Obituaries: - $6.50 per col. inch. finest then come on down E:
Bedroom Slippers, stove Terry’s Home Enrich- and enjoy the music of Ste-
Reach the entire province (50 weekly newspapers) $189.00 ment Maintenance. T.H.E.M. 2001-49th Street E.
Westman and Eastman: $119.00 handle towels and dish cloths, ven Smith and the rest of his Brandon, MB
hot pad sets and crocheted cell 204-868-8088 (them@ band. X
All Ads plus 5% G.S.T. stars with beads. Phone 204- MINOR REPAIRS MEDICAL TRANSCRIP-
and  MAINTENANCE in your Sandy Lake Shevchenko TION! In-demand career! Em-
585-5248. Sandy Lake nursing
Deadlines home. x home! Fix-it jobs…  Now Dance Ensemble presents ployers have work-at-home
booking  snow clearing for Ukrainian New Year’s Eve positions available. Get on-
Classified advertisements must be submitted no later
driveways and sidewalks. Malanka with By Request on line training you need from an
than noon Tuesday for insertion in the following Friday’s
edition. All classified advertisements must be prepaid BEFORE
LAND FOR SALE Flexible  arrangements to Saturday, January 12th, 2019 employer-trusted program.
suit the need! Affordable at the Sandy Lake Community Visit: or
W1/2 33-14-18 W1 HALF service for folks with mobil- Hall. Doors open:   7:30 p.m., 1-855-768-3362 to start train-
The Minnedosa Tribune is not responsible for SECTION OF FARMLAND ity issues to manage ice and Dancers at 8:00 p.m., Hot ing for your work-at-home ca-
typographical errors published AFTER the first insertion, nor WITH 250 CULTIVATED slip hazards. Hourly rate with lunch at 10:00 p.m.  Call Tanya reer today!
does it assume responsibility for errors published as a result of ACRES IN THE MUNICIPAL- running total, (if regular up- at 204-849-2171 or Shauna at
an advertisement placed, changed, or cancelled, by telephone.
To ensure your advertisement appears correctly please submit
ITY OF MINTO-ODANAH. keep all winter.) Flat rate for 204-867-3843.   Advance tick- NOTICE
OFFERS CAN BE MAILED TO 1-time event such as storms. ets only. $25 (16 and over),
it in person, by fax, mail, or email. WESTHOPE FARM LTD, PO Also;    painting (Interior and $10 (6-15), free (5 and under)
Exterior)  Interior paint is very (41-2) x The Minnedosa Tribune
near odorless now so book will be closed for holidays
FOR SALE IES, PLEASE CONTACT DALE that interior work. x  St. Mark’s Anglican from 12 noon on December
21st until 9 a.m. on January
AT (204)867-0277. (41-2) x Church Christmas Service.

2:00 p.m. Refreshments fol-
7th. Our annual Christmas
Edition will come out on De-
SEEN BY 415,000 READERS THING. Automotive, farm, WEDDING SOCIAL lowing the service. x cember 21st. There will not be
EACH WEEK! The Province construction, ATV, mar- Annual Minnedosa and a Tribune published Decem-
Wide Classifieds blanket ine, motorcycle, golf carts, District Christmas Dinner UCT Bingo will be closed until ber 28th or January 4th. Our
Manitoba with your ad / in- phones, tools, radios, com- New Year’s Eve wedding February 5th, 2019. x
at Noon on Christmas Day first edition of the new year
formation. Book your Busi- puters etc. Reconditioned, social in honour of Kaitlyn Or-
at MCCC. Bring your family, will be January 11th. We thank
ness, Event, Promote your obsolete and hard-to-find mond and Matthew Mosquin! THINK our correspondents, read-
bring your friends! All ages
organization, Sell something, batteries. SOLAR equipment. 9:00 p.m.-1:00 a.m. - Decem- ADVERTISING
welcome. Free Christmas ers, subscribers, advertisers
Thank someone, Hire Em- The Battery Man. Winnipeg. ber 31, 2018 at MCCC. Featur-
Dinner! Call Susan at 204- IS EXPENSIVE? and customers for their sup-
ployees. We can help you 1.877.775.8271 www.battery- ing D&D Music Factory. Texas
867-3425 if you would like port over the past year. Happy
with that. Call this newspaper mickey draw, 50/50 and prize
to attend or if you would like A simple Classified Holidays!
directly, or contact MCNA at raffle. Grand prizes: 60” Smart
TV, weekend stay at Elkhorn
to help as a volunteer for the ad starts at
(204) 947 - 1691 or email clas- event! Help make smiles on for more Resort and Jets tickets/appar- ONLY $9.00
Christmas Day! Donations
details. el! Tickets $10.00. Can pick up TRY ONE TODAY!
for the event may be left at
at Cornerstone Grill and   In-
the Minnedosa Credit Union. 204-867-3816
spire Studio! Please drink re-
(38-3) x
sponsibly. x
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, December 21, 2018 13

Minnedosa & District VERN ERICKSON
Services to Seniors and
Minnedosa Handivan. Office SimS Law Corporation November 29th, 1929 – November 27th, 2018

will be closed December 24th Carrying on buSineSS aS SimS & Company Law offiCe
It is with deep sadness that the family of Vern Erickson
- January 3rd Messages will be announce his passing. Peacefully our dad went to be with the Lord.
checked regularly. 204-867- LegaL aSSiStant for tHe minneDoSa offiCe Vern was born in Goodwater, Saskatchewan. As a young
5190. Lifeline service 1-800- boy he moved to Clanwilliam with his family. He married Marion
387-1215. (40-2) x who has the following qualifications:
Ross on the 16th of April, 1952.
• Familiar with Manitoba Land Titles documents, Dad graduated from Bethel Bible Institute in the 1950’s
HEALTH Conveyancing, Wills and Probate practice. and pastored at various churches in Manitoba and Ontario. In the
• Good computer skills including experience with real estate 1960’s the family relocated to Winnipeg and dad went to college
Trouble documentation and preparation software. eventually working in social work and probation. From there he
• Able to work under deadlines with accuracy and attention to transferred to Minnedosa in 1977 and continued to work probation
Walking? until retiring. He moved back to the family farm in Clanwilliam in
Hip or Knee
detail, with minimal supervision. 1987 where he pursued his passion for gardening. He then returned to
Replacement? • Excellent at written and verbal communication and client Minnedosa in 2013.
Restrictions in daily
service skills. Vern was predeceased by his parents Bertha and Richard, wife Marion, son
• Team player. Dan, daughter Gwen, brothers Arthur, Eldon and Gerald.
He is survived by daughter Linda (Rod) Cook, sons Ross Erickson and Robert Erickson.
$2,500 • Understand and maintain client confidentiality. A private service was held on December 1st with interment in the Minnedosa Cemetery.
Tax Credit • Salary to be determined based on experience.

Band Students Visit PCH
$40,000 • Be willing to start as soon as possible.
refund cheque/
rebates Please forward your resume in confidence to:
Disability Tax Sims & Company
Credit. p.o. box 460
204-453-5372 minnedosa, mb r0J 1e0
MEDICAL CONDITION? attention: norman H. Sims, Q.C.
Receive up to $50,000 from or or drop off at 76 main Street,
the Canadian Government?
minnedosa, mb
For Your Free No Obliga-
tion Information Package. Deadline for resumes is January 2nd, 2019.
1-800-211-3550 or Send a
Text Message with our Name
and Mailing Address to 204- IN MEMORIAM
808-0035 for your Free bene-
fits package. BORIS KRISTALOVICH In Loving Memory of
April 14th, 1917— ERNEST C. DELMAGE
CARD OF THANKS December 25th, 1991 September 1917 –
January 2009
All is well. and
The Minnedosa Legion Nothing is hurt; EMMA RUTH DELMAGE
Branch #138 Executive would nothing is lost. September 1923 –
like to send out a big thank- One brief moment and all will December 2017
you to the follow businesses be as it was before.
who donated items for our How we shall laugh at the Their joy in life were
2018 Legion Seniors Christ- trouble of parting when we things well done
mas Party: Bargain Store, meet again from early morn
Blazers, IDA Pharmacy, RD’s - Henry Scott-Holland till setting sun.
on Main, Sun Sun Restaurant, Photo by Karen Mitchell
We loved them so,
enJoy, Home Hardware, MNP, Forever remembered by your but God loved them best, On the morning of Wednesday, December 10th, Minnedosa School band
Rosie’s Country Cafe Bakery, family. So he took them home with teacher, Claire Powell brought ten students from Grade 11 and 12
Sharon’s Town & Country In- x him to rest. to entertain residents of the Minnedosa Personal Care Home
surance Agency and Heritage
Co-op. x with some festive Christmas music.
Keith, Janis, Pamela, Valerie
DEATH NOTICE and families.
On behalf of all the peo- x
ple that contributed so much
and fought so hard against the
proposed dump site on NW September 8th, 1919 – A GOT
4-17-20 and all the support
from the people in the sur-
December 13th, 2018
Violet passed away at D YOUR
rounding area, A BIG THANK the Minnedosa Personal Care
Home on December 13th. V ATTENTION?

YOU. Also a special thanks
Violet is survived by her
to the newly elected reeve
daughter Edith Gregorash Book this
and council that stood their
ground to make sure the Little and daughter in-law Carol R space for
Saskatchewan water system
was protected. We couldn’t
Violet is predeceased by T your next ad
Prairie Mountain Ph: 204-867-4657

have done it without you. her parents John and Mar-
garet Phillips, husband Rus-
I Call
Independently Owned
and Operated
Gwen Usick
Broker Realtor
Fax: 204-867-2150
Thanks to everyone. Harvey
and Bev VanDamme. x sell, son Neil and daughter S 204-867-3816
As per Violet’s wishes E for more

there will be a private family
funeral at a later date.
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“Living in your
Proud Supporter Rick Taylor 867-7551 CONSTRUCTION

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- 3 bedrooms, 2 baths
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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, December 21, 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
Office Commercial Gas Fitter
(204) 725-8550 Dennis: 476-2766 Commercial & Residential
51 Main Street S service specialist
Minnedosa ALCOHOLICS 23 Hour Service CALL ME... FOR ALL YOUR
Plumbing & Heating
ANONYMOUS 1-204-867-7346
minnedosa@ 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
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Book 867-5551 • Handyman Services
Garbage Removal
• Reasonable Rates
This Spot Gently Used Furniture Bin Rentals
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for Clothing & Misc. Items SERVICES
Household clean up
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Estate Sales
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Pick-up & Deliveries Fair Rates
per CARPET CLEANING Electrolysis
Call us today for your carpet
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16 Friday, December 21, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Chancellors High School Hockey Report
By LAURA GOOD was scored by Konlyn Ne- on goal. of the game. The end was were able to come out with continued to plague the
metchek assisted by Blair The Chancellors were a nail bitter as Chancellors a 6-0 win. Sam Wilman 1G, Chancellors with the Rage

T he Chancellors had
one league game this
past week. On Thurs-
Desiatnyk and Luke Par-
rott. Konlyn sniped anoth-
er goal unassisted to give
in a tournament in Rivers
over the weekend. Friday
night was a game against
found themselves short-
handed with just a minute
to go. With a power play
Luke Parrot 1G/1A, Lucas
Beatty 1G/1A, Mitch Col-
lyer 1G/1A, Josh Good 1G,
scoring three of their seven
goals on power plays giv-
ing them a strong 5-1 lead.
day, December 13th they the Chancellors a solid 4-1 the McCreary Mountain- and the goalie out giving Blair Desiatnyk 1G, Carter Sam Wilman managed to
hosted the Russell Major lead at the end of the sec- eers. The first period went the opposition a two man Hedley 2A, and Liam Jar- score once again unassist-
Pratt Trojans. Mitch Col- ond. The Trojans scored scoreless. The second pe- advantage, the Mountain- dine posting a shutout. ed. Chancellors fell to the
lyer found the back of the mid-way through the third riod saw the Mountaineers eers put the pressure on. Saturday’s late afternoon Rage 7-2. Tanner Hanson
net to open the scoring on to cut the lead in half. Sam score to take the lead end- The Chancellors man- game was against the host was between the pipes.
a short-handed goal. The Wilman, assisted by Luke ing the period up 1-0. Mid- aged to gain puck control team Rivers/Elton Rage. The next game is
Trojans answered back Parrott and Josh Kingdon, way through the third pe- as Carter Hedley made a The Rage took an early lead the Christmas Classic in
to tie it at one at the end replied for the Chancel- riod Josh Kingdon ripped pass to Sam Wilman who and went up 3-0 by the Minnedosa this morning,
of the first. Chancellors lors. The Trojans managed a slapshot to put the Chan- scored with three seconds middle of the second pe- Friday, December 21st at
dominated the second pe- to squeak in a third goal in cellors on the board. Both left to secure the win. Tan- riod. Sam Wilman scored 11 a.m. against the Rivers/
riod netting 3 goals. Malik near the end of the third, teams play hard and were ner Hanson provided solid unassisted at the end of the Elton Rage. Go Chancel-
McKay, assisted by Carter but that was as close as evenly matched. Lucas net minding for the game. second period to put the lors!
Hedley and Sam Wilman they would get. The Chan- Beatty, assisted by Liam Saturday afternoon Chancellors on the board.
were first to strike to give cellors won this game 5-3. Bachewich and Aston was a match up against This finished the second
the Chancellors a one Liam Jardine played a solid Burton scored to give the Roblin. The Chancellors period with the Chancel-
goal lead. Our third goal game in net with 35 shots Chancellors their first lead dominated the play and lors down 3-1. Penalties