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Less than 45 minutes after the polls closed, there

was a huge cheer at the United Conservative Party
Strathmore kindness (UCP) campaign celebration at the Strathmore Le-
gion on April 16.
Leela Sharon Aheer was elected as the MLA for
Page 16 the new riding of Chestermere-Strathmore, taking
67.4 per cent of the unofficial votes.
The unofficial results (80 of the 82 polls), as of
April 17, had Aheer and the UCP’s collecting 13,808
votes followed by Melissa Langmaid (NDP) in a dis-
tant second with 3,352 votes and former Strathmore-
Brooks MLA Derek Fildebrandt (FCP) with 1,587. Ja-
son Avramenko (Alberta Party) collected 1,294 votes,
followed by Sharon Howe (Liberal) with 211, Roger
Walker (Alberta Independence Party) with 126 and
Spartans succeed Terry Nicholls (Independent) with 104 votes.
The former Strathmore-Brooks constituency broke
Wheatland County into four new ridings, including
the aforementioned Chestermere-Strathmore. The
other three ridings in the county include Card-
ston-Siksika, Olds-Didsbury-Three Hills and a small
portion of Airdire-East. The results were the same in
those ridings, with UCP dominating.
Joseph Schow (UCP) claimed 11,321 votes, or 73.6
per cent of the unofficial results in Cardston-Siksi-
ka. Kirby Smith (NDP) had 2,454 votes, while Ian
Donovan (Independent) claimed 702 votes. Casey
Douglas (Alberta Party) 555, Jerry Gautreau (FCP)
191 and Cathleen McFarland (Liberal) 166 rounded
out the voting.
Offering IV Sedation
Nathan Cooper (UCP) dominated, collecting
Dr. Ashkan Hamzehi DDS
Dr. Arzy Kafrouny DDS
19,104 votes, or 78.8 per cent of the unofficial re-
Dr. Sharif Faizi DMD sults in Olds-Didsbury-Three Hills. The remaining
General Practice Family Dentistry candidates went as follows; Kyle Johnson (NDP)
100 Ranch Market, Unit 105F 2,824 votes, Chase Brown (Alberta Party) 1,630
Strathmore, AB 403.934.5292 votes, Allen MacLennan (FCP) 519 votes and Dave Hughes (AAP) 179.
Angela Pitt (UCP) claimed 13,947 votes, or 67.3
Look on Page 4 for per cent of the unofficial results in Airdrie-East. The
Town of Strathmore remaining candidates went as follows; Roxie Baez
Zamora (NDP) 4,137 votes, Alex Luterbach (Alberta
Leela Aheer wins
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Party) 1,960 votes, Rick Northey (FCP) 387 votes,
Jeff Olson (Alberta Independence Party) 189 votes
Chestermere-Strathmore riding
United Conservative Party deputy leader Leela Aheer was elected as MLA of the Ches-
403.934.5589 and Richard Douglas Absalom Herdman (Independ-
ent) 95 votes.
termere-Strathmore riding on April 16. Aheer (l-r) and her husband Malkeet were on hand at the Strathmore Legion to celebrate the win, before heading to the UCP Party
After four years in power, the NDP only collected Headquarters in Calgary to celebrate with newly-elected premier Jason Kenney (inset). 24 seats in the 2019 Alberta Election, while Jason
Mario Prusina Photo. Inset Photo Courtesy of Malkeet Aheer
Kenney and the UCP claimed the remaining 63 seats.




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Join the community of Strathmore and all of Canada in celebrating 52 Years of

Canadian Pride by making our streets, parks, rivers, lakes, and wilderness

APRIL 27, 2019


Contact Lauren at the Town of Strathmore at 403-934-4697, or email
April 19, 2019 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 3

Everybody Showtime:
clean up Closed Sunday
& Monday for
The Strathmore High Easter
School leadership
class held a communi- April 19 - May 2, 2019
ty cleanup at Kinsmen
Park on April 13. Resi-
dents had a chance to Captain
help clean up the park
as well as donate to Marvel
the Wheatland County Brie Larson,
Food Bank. Samuel L. Jackson,
Ben Mendelsohn,
Miriam Ostermann Annette Bening,
Photos Clark Gregg

For Movie Listings call 403-934-3057

or go to

Family fun
The Growing Families Society
held their popular family carnival
and fundraiser on April 12. The
Commercial | Farms Industrial | Investment
event included a pancake sup-
per, online auction, photo booth, Supporting seniors
carnival games and Kidz Kan- The Strathmore Seniors Happy Gang held their annual garage and bake sale Bob Sheddy C0-Owner/Commercial Broker
teen. on April 12. 403-324-2222
Miriam Ostermann Photos Miriam Ostermann Photos

Christmas hampers in review KaraLee Foat, MA Co-Owner/Broker 587-390-0596
Sobeys grocery store for the discounts ter budgeting system. They have re-
Times Contributor
on the goods bought for the food ham- duced their cash and assets down to 403-983-2121
pers, as the cost of food had increased approximately $45,500. The Dec. 31 123 2nd Ave,
Strathmore, AB
Strathmore and Wheatland County by about $18,000. balance had $8,000 left in the bank,
Christmas Hamper Society chair, Craig The food donations were down which was used to pay the bills com-
Stone, recapped for Wheatland County about 20 per cent for 2018. The cash ing in for the new year. Stone said of-
council the success of the 2018 Christ- donations were down about $18,000, ten tax time brings in donations, so by
mas hamper program. but toy donations were up by 30 per tracking their cash flow, they had a bet-
He stated there were 245 food ham- cent. ter sense of where and when money Strathmore
Denture Clinic
pers sent out. The value of food given The society moved into the 21st was flowing for the organization.
out was about $106,000. century this year, with the hiring of a The distribution of delivery through-
communications coordinator, and they out the county was listed: Hussar-8,
There were 272 bags of toys given
established a website, christmasham- Rockyford/Nightingale-9, Wheatland
Terry Grant Denturist
out, 149 for boys and 133 for girls. In
2018, toy donations were down about County rural-7, Strathmore-181, Stan- 403.934.3877
five per cent. The bags include clothes “We were very happy about the end dard-5, Gleichen-23, Carseland-8 and
and hygiene products and cost about result and how much the website was five hampers were not picked up so • Complete / Partial Dentures
$140 a bag. used and tagged for us,” said Stone. they were reallocated to other families.
“This seems to be a pretty even stan- “We see this as being a great tool for us The breakdown shows Strathmore • Same Day Relines & Repair
dard for the campaign and will be the to use in the future, because it is going residents received 75 per cent of the • Custom Mouthguards
target for 2019 as well,” said Stone. to allow us easier access to donations, hampers, but the Town of Strathmore
He commented on the growing trend and for people who want to come and did not put any money into the fund in • Custom Night Guards
of single person households. He said spend time, there is all the information 2018. Wheatland County put in $2,700 • Natural Teeth Whitening
there were 54 this year. The society on the website how to volunteer.” last year.
made a decision to alter its hamper They also utilized radio advertis- Stone said there were some prob-
family-size categories so single person ing this year. They are now using e- lems with the processing of the ap-
households could be included. transfers with their banking exchanges plication for funding. The society has
“It is going to allow us to have a and a secured credit card to track pur- approached the mayor, but no informa-
more fair and even distribution of the chases. The board is going through an tion for the last year or the coming year
products to those groups,” said Stone. update to job descriptions which will has been disclosed.
He said the shuffle wouldn’t impact allow smoother transitions for staff “We always seem to be in a pay-it-
the overall amount of food or money changes or illnesses. forward situation,” said Stone. “You
needed to meet their goals. They are coordinating with Wheat- never know what you are getting. It is 413 - 3rd St. Strathmore
He said the types of donations vary land County food bank storage, allow- certainly a juggling game for us, so the
from year to year. The society has also ing them to use any overages. sooner donations come in, the better.”
decided to change some of the food “It allows us to take all the stored The campaign dates for next year GET YOUR CLASSIFIED
items and are including ground beef food throughout the year and we start will be moved up, with packing done ADS IN THE TIMES!
and condiments in the baskets. with fresh goods each year,” said Stone. on three days, from Dec. 16-18. The Call 403-934-5589
He expressed the society’s thanks to They also worked on building a bet- AGM will be held on Oct. 7, 2019.

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Hear From You!

The Town of Strathmore, with support from Wheatland County, is undertaking the
development of a 10 year Recreation, Culture & Facilities Master Plan. The Master Plan
will assess the current situation and identify priorities and recommendations regarding
the provision of recreation, culture, active and creative lifestyle opportunities and
Next Regular services to meet the needs of area residents and visitors.

Council Meeting: To develop the Master Plan a survey will be fielded with households in the area. Look
in your mailbox over the next couple of weeks for a postcard that provides you with a
May 1st, 2019 unique access code to participate in the survey. Once you have your code simply visit the
Town’s website ( click on the link then enter your access code.

Next Committee
of the Whole
Meeting: The Town of Strathmore is planning for the future of recreation and culture services by completing a
Master Plan. Your input is critical to the development of the Plan – we need to hear from you!

To participate in the survey you need to use the access code in the following box.
Recreation, Culture & Facilities Master Plan Survey

May 8th, 2019 XXXXXXXX

Simply visit the Town of Strathmore’s website ( and

Household in the
Strathmore Area

click on the link to access the survey – have your access code handy.
Your input is important!
If you would prefer to complete a hard copy of the questionnaire please contact Tracy Simpson
(Town of Strathmore) at
(You will need your access code for the hard copy as well.)

For more information about the Recreation, Culture & Facilities Master Plan please
contact Tracy Simpson (Town of Strathmore) at 403.934.3133.


Adult Swim Class
(CVITP) The Strathmore Aquatics
Centre is offering adult
swimming lessons- running
May 4, 11, 18, 15. Contact the
Auatic Centre at 403-934-3325

or visit
The Town of Strathmore Family & Community Support Services (FCSS)
Offers Free Tax Preparation.

If you have a low income or no income (see chart below) and a

BASIC tax return you may qualify. Save the DATE!!
*Exceptions to this guideline are at the discretion of FCSS staff.
On MAY 1, 2019 the Town
of Strathmore is launching
SINGLE PERSON: UNDER $35,000.00 our PerfectMind recreation
software. Searching,
COUPLE: UNDER $45,000.00
registering and paying
for recreation programs,
EACH ADDITIONAL DEPENDENT: $2,500 and booking facility’s will

be easier than ever. All

We are not able to complete the following types of returns: current recreation users
 Self-Employment or have employment expenses and new users will need
 Business or rental income/expenses to create a PerfectMind
 Capital gains or losses account to access services.
 Filed for bankruptcy More information on how to
 Filing for a deceased person create your PerfectMind
To see if you qualify, come to the FCSS office located at 116-3rd Ave. account will be available
Remember to bring your ID and your T-slips/receipts. Or call us at May 1st, at:
403-934-9090 for more information.
680 Westchester Road, Strathmore, AB T1P 1J1 • 403-934-3133 • Office Hours: M - F 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
April 19, 2019 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 5


Fix your own city

To the Editor your roads and the list could go on.
Mayor Nenshi stated all Albertans are to fix Cal- If you don’t want to fix Calgary’s economy resign Unit D,
gary’s economy. It is the Mayor of Calgary’s job to fix and get out. Let somebody who is willing to be re- 202 Canal Court,
Calgary’s economy, not every person in Alberta. sponsible for how Calgarians hard-earned money is Strathmore, AB
If Mayor Nenshi lead by example, take a 20 per spent and not pass it on to fellow Albertans like you
cent pay cut per year. Have city councilors take a 15 are trying to do.
per cent pay cut. Stop wasting Calgarian’s hard-earned Eileen Walker 403.934.6044
money on so-called Calgary Public Artwork along Strathmore prowatersystems
What a performance
To the Editor toxication using black light and colourful props. The
I attended the Strathmore High School Dance 25 poem served to communicate what drugs can and do Water Softeners, Iron Filters
& 35 classes performance of The Wall (a Show About take from those who use them.
Addiction) on April 9. This performance was based One of the more critical elements that resonated
& Drinking Water Systems
upon the experiences of a former student. The per- with me was the introduction of trauma at the begin-
formance was a sad but poignant look at the trials ning of the performance, reflected in the photo of the
of youth substance use and the effects it can have lost father placed at the front of the stage. I noted
on friends and family. From the beginning until the throughout the performance that the players contin-
end, the players represented the journey and resulting ued to physically return to the photo, representing the
decline to the skirting of death of the main character integral role that trauma plays in addiction. I feel the
with an emotional but genuine performance that did group paid homage to this aspect with insight and a
justice to the topic. real grasp of the real impact of trauma on the psyche
The dark music, and the poem recited (the only of youth.
dialogue of the performance), and the choreography These young dancers can be proud of their perfor-
all blended to communicate the pain experienced not mance and in their contribution to raising awareness
only by the young man, but by his family and friends, in our community of the very real dangers of sub-
and of his descent into addiction and the inevitable stance use. Well done, everyone, well done!
experiences with overdose. They realistically commu- Dean Young
nicated the chaos and mind-altering nature of drug in- Strathmore Wheatland Addictions Team

SNC Lavalin scandal continues to escalate

MARTIN SHIELDS But they are upset about the wrong thing. They
Member of Parliament Bow River Riding are upset about how the truth came out, not what
the truth is.
This past week, Jane Philpott and Jody Wilson- Elected officials are supposed to protect indi-
Raybould were removed from Liberal caucus. This viduals who blow the whistle on government mis-
is yet another escalation in the SNC Lavalin scan- conduct and corruption, not punish them. We now
dal that has engulfed the Trudeau Government in know that the Liberal Party of Canada will kick
recent weeks. people out for simply telling the truth.
Both Wilson-Raybould and Philpott have been The Prime Minister promised “sunny ways” and
clear: they believe that if the Prime Minister had transparent government. The SNC Lavalin affair is
accepted responsibility and apologized, this situa- just the latest and most dramatic proof that he has
tion would not have spiraled out-of-control in the delivered neither.
way it did. Instead, the Prime Minister denied in- If you voted for Justin Trudeau because you be-
volvement and spent weeks trying to coverup his lieved that he would do things differently, if you
actions. He shutdown investigations into the scan- believe that speaking truth to power should be
dal and refused to fully waive solicitor-client and rewarded, not punished, there is a place for you in
cabinet privilege so that Wilson-Raybould could the Conservative Party of Canada. The 2019 elec-
reveal the truth. tion is right around the corner.
By enabling the coverup and ultimately sup- I can be reached in Ottawa at martin.shields@
porting Wilson-Raybould and Philpott’s removal My Brooks office can be reached at
from caucus, Liberal Members of Parliament have 403-793-6775 or, and
shown where they stand. They claim to be upset my Strathmore office at 403-361-2980 or martin.
about Wilson-Raybould taping a damning conver- Please don’t hesitate to
sation with former PCO Clerk Micheal Wernick. contact me about any federal issue.

Shields questions Heritage Minister

FROM THE OFFICE OF MARTIN SHIELDS ing would be unable to meet the government
criteria for funding and highlighted that “[local
During the April 9 meeting of the Standing Com- newspapers] are the lifeblood of my communities.
mittee on Canadian Heritage, MP Martin Shields They cover the local mayor, the councils, what the
demanded answers from Pablo Rodriguez, Minis- hockey team did, and advancing developments in
ter of Canadian Heritage, on the Liberal govern- that community.
ment’s proposed media bailout. “I fundamentally disagree with the Liberals’ me-
The 2019 budget features a “Supporting Cana- dia bailout for a number of reasons, including that
dian Journalism” initiative, which includes $600 the money will go to large legacy media chains
million in funding but outlines criteria that many while excluding many local papers.”
smaller Canadian newspapers will be unable to Minister Rodriguez argued that funding for
qualify under. smaller weekly papers was already available
MP Shields noted that many papers in his rid- through the Canadian Periodical Fund.

Mario Prusina Publisher

Janet Kanters Editor
Rose Hamrlik Advertising
Kristina Bezic Financial Manager
Brady Grove Reporter
Adelle Ellis Reporter / Office Manager
Jody Schneider Production Manager
Blessed are we who are able to enjoy
Contributors: Doug Taylor, Sharon McLeay, John Godsman, Steve Greene, Laureen F. Guenther, Manny Everett, Miriam Ostermann our Savior Jesus Christ in all that he
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Residents want reassurance on growth plan’s scope

SHARON MCLEAY ing tied to a plan that involves the City of Calgary? Because The recent minutes of the CMRB
Times Contributor of many past (negative) involvements with the rules and stated issues or projects would be
changes that Calgary has forced upon us as taxpayers, we discussed in the spirit of consensus
Residents of Wheatland County voiced concerns in a pub- cringe at what our rights will be overlooked at…,” wrote S. building, fact-based information shar-
lic hearing April 2, regarding the imbedding of the inter- Karsten in a letter to the county. ing and collaborative decision making.
im Calgary Metropolitan Region Growth Plan (CMRGP) to Resident Danny Thiessen asked if council is protecting The province has mandated all mu-
Wheatland County’s Land Use Bylaws (LUB) 2018-36 and the current area service plans that are in place. He felt it nicipalities negotiate intermunicipal
Municipal Development Plans (MDP) Bylaw 2018-40. was a waste of applicants’ time and money, if that wasn’t agreements with their bordering mu-
Residents voiced doubt the Calgary Metropolitan Re- the case. nicipalities.
gion Board (CMRB) oversight will bring positive results to Reeve Amber Link assured him the existing area service In some instances, the big picture
Wheatland County residents. plans were grandfathered in, but any new amendments to thinking may improve organization
“We find ourselves wondering who and why we are be- them would have to go to the CMRB under the new guide- where major roads and utility cor-
lines. ridors are placed and alleviate situa-
Strathmore Legion Branch #10 NEWS Gail Cleeve asked about refused applications and if there
was an appeal process with the CMRB.
“My concern is that you have a city council that has no
tions where one municipality denies
responsibility for situations that arise
after development approval has been
By Irene Knappe. For further information, please call the Legion at 403.934.5119
clue about agriculture, absolutely nothing,” said Cleeve. given. Looking at the bigger picture
THIS TIME ONLY: CHASE THE ACE HAS BEEN MOVED FROM FRIDAY, APRIL 19th TO “In regards to appeal, there is currently no appeal pro- may also help manage the shortage of
SATURDAY, APRIL 20th, FROM 5:30 pm TO 7:30 pm, WITH THE DRAW AT 7:45. THE POT cess,” said CAO Alan Parkin. water that intense residential develop-
FOR SATURDAY IS SITTING AT $784.50!!! As well, he indicated there was currently no appeal for ment causes in some counties or man-
• Saturday, April 20th: Beginning at 8 pm, THE LEGENDARY DUOS will be performing members on a City of Calgary veto. He said council was age excess storm water issues along
hits from the most popular male/female duos of our time: Meatloaf, Conway Twitty/Loretta fighting hard for an appeal process in both instances. intermunicipal pathways.
Lynn, Kenny Rogers/Dolly Parton, Sonny/Cher, and many more! Tickets: $25.00 per person, “The voting structure of the board was a provincial man- “Currently the board is working on
still available at the bar.
date. We are undertaking advocacy efforts regarding the the plans that will go to the minister
• THERE IS NO GENERAL MEETING IN APRIL!! voting structure,” said Reeve Amber Link. for approval. The interim plan is what
• Saturday, April 27th: DISTRICT RALLY at our Legion. Registration from 8 – 9:15 She indicated that discussions during the CMRB advocacy the municipalities have to work with.
am. committee involved diverse issues and priorities between Currently it is for higher density de-
• Every Wednesday: BINGO!!! Doors open to players at 5 pm, purchasing of cards
begins at 5:30, nickel bingo begins at 6:15. Bingo usually ends around 9:15 or 9:30. Chef urban and rural municipalities and discussion was conten- velopments,” said Kim Sandbeck, de-
Pat always has a delicious special every bingo night, at a very reasonable price! tious. She stated with the current election, residents should velopment officer with Wheatland
• Saturday, May 4th: SHOOT FOR THE TROOPS (darts). We are looking for silent be bringing this appeal process front and centre to their County. “We are doing status quo now;
auction items. If you have something you would like to donate, please bring your item(s) to
the Legion, with your name attached to it for recognition of your donation to this wonderful
candidates. everything is go until the new plans
cause for our Veterans! The last day for donating will be Friday, May 3rd. I thank you in Parkin indicated council members have fought to reduce are developed and approved.”
advance for your contribution(s). the amount of Wheatland County land covered under the The final Calgary Metropolitan Re-
• Saturday, May 11th: STEAK AND LOBSTER NIGHT at 6 pm. Tickets are still plan. The east boundary was moved from Highway 21 to gion Growth and Servicing Plan will
available for the Sports Committee’s annual dinner. Steak and Lobster: $45.00. Steak only:
$20.00. Lobster only: $25.00. All the trimmings are included, and be sure to bring your own
Range Road 243. be fully established within three years.
lobster crackers. Wheatland County representatives on the various com- The plan includes Calgary, Cochrane,
• Tuesday, May 14th: EXECUTIVE MEETING at 7 pm. mittees have been championing the rural concerns. Phase Airdrie, Rocky View County, Okotoks,
• Friday, May 24th: 8 pm, DUELING PIANOS WITH BURN N MAHN. An audience 1 of an agricultural background report was approved at the High River, Municipal District of Foot-
request show: you pick the songs and they play them. Tickets: $25.00 per person,
available at the bar. Tickets will NOT be sold at the door!!!! Jan. 24 CMRB land use committee. Parkin said members hills No. 21 and part of Wheatland
are giving their input at committee level, rather than letting County. The following areas west of
RCMP MEMBERS AND THEIR FAMILIES, TO PROMOTE REMEMBRANCE AND TO SERVE OUR the board decide the policy, so that rural interests can be the fourth meridian in Wheatland
COMMUNITIES AND OUR COUNTRY. voiced. County are under the plan: TWSP23
AT THE GOING DOWN OF THE SUN AND IN THE MORNING – WE WILL REMEMBER THEM. When applications are forwarded to the CMRB, much of R24 S28-33, S19-21; TWSP23 R25 S19-
the criteria are similar to the criteria already used by Wheat- 36; TWSP23 R26 S19-36; TWSP24 R24
land County evaluations, for example, attention to plans S4-9, S16-21, S28-33; TWSP24 R25 all
Thought for such as the South Saskatchewan Regional Plan, environ- sections; TWSP24, R26 all sections.
the Week mental concerns, wetland encroachment, optimal land us- The plan indicates any development,
~ age, contributions to the community services and fit within subdivision and future planning will
the existing or future infrastructure. fall under the CMRGP board’s regional
Lies are However, the interim CMRGP also proposes higher resi- evaluation framework. The CMRGP
dential densities and does not mention agricultural interests, board will make recommendations on
the root which is again a concern for Wheatland County farmers.
Under the CMRGP principals and objectives, it is stated
growth and servicing to the minister
for these areas, and resolve issues in

of all the board uses the information to provide high-level guid-

ance on regionally significant topics. The document states
the preparation and implementation
of the plan. Each region will submit
the benefits and challenges of growth extend beyond mu- major statutory planning and amend-
evil. nicipal boundaries and require coordination and collabora-
tion between municipalities.
ments to the board, excluding some of
the minor decisions that will not need
review. The complete plan can be seen
on the Wheatland County website un-
der the April 2, 2019 agenda, starting
Your BBB* Serving Southern Alberta and East Kootenay presents:
at page 55.
BBB Tip of the Week: “I want to make it perfectly clear I
am not in favour of these bylaws. We
Choosing a Staffing Agency are mandated to support these bylaws.
It is the choice we have been given,”
said Deputy Reeve Glen Koester.
With increased unemployment rate, Some county residents wonder why
job-hunting on your own may seem the decisions of elected officials are
like the way to go, but BBB says hiring being double checked by a regional
a trustworthy staffing agency can help board, partially financed by Wheatland
eager job-seekers avoid job scammers. County taxpayers. Each region will be
Here’s how to choose a trustworthy required to send financial support for
staffing agency: initiatives under the plan. The exact
cost the partners will have to contrib-
• Identify your objective as a job seeker. Whether you’re ute has not yet been determined.
in need of temporary work in between jobs or looking for
a full-time, permanent position, knowing exactly what your
professional needs are will assist you in choosing the best Correction
recruitment agency.
In the April 5 edition of the Strathmore
• Check licensing. In Alberta, employment/staffing/ Times, in the story titled “Hospice
recruitment agencies must carry an Employment Agency
society hosting series of fundraisers,”
License. If the organization is not properly licensed, it could be
a red flag. the third fundraiser mentioned was
incorrectly named as Steering for
• Don’t hand over your money. Employment agencies are
Hospice. The actual name of the
prohibited from charging or collecting fees from job-seekers.
Just like a legitimate employer will not ask you to pay for a job, fundraiser taking place on May 25
neither will a legitimate employment agency. at the Carseland Hall is Steering
Towards Hospice. We apologize for any
Learn more at confusion this may have caused.
April 19, 2019 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 7

Mr. Eberts, coolest nerd STRATHMORE 43rd Year!

at Strathmore High UNITED CHURCH Baby & Kids Ladies
BRAIDEN JANES Kids to 6x Blouses
Strathmore High School

Room 203 – that’s where the magic
SHS teacher Ed White
Eberts classes
happens. Who would have thought one include computer Elephant Items
small room could hold so much creativ- repair/networking, & Household
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ming, industrial Articles
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design, anima- Individually
Strathmore High School (SHS), offers Mens Priced
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courses in computer repair/network-
ing, game programming, industrial de-
web design and 2, 3 & 4 Pants
robotics. Shirts
sign, animation, 3D printing, web de-
Thursday 9 am - 8 pm
sign and robotics. One teacher plus one
room plus 27 computers plus a variety
Photo Courtesy of
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School Friday 9 am - 8 pm $1 $1
of equipment equals an electronic won- Donations
derland. nical and creative at the same time. Also, DOLLAR BAG DAY Welcome
I have to say that the kids out here in Drop off articles at the
Thanks to Eberts, many new classes Saturday 9 am - 1pm United Church after
have been created, allowing students Strathmore are great to work with. The
even more variety in option classes staff too. It’s a fantastic school.” Outdoor items may be April 16
and allowing students to graduate high Other interesting classes are web de- purchased Mon-Fri - 9-5 pm. $5 Suits Books
school with skills that are relevant in to-
day’s workforce. Students who finish the
sign in which students learn to create
web pages and understand web lan- Books Tue-Fri 9-8 pm. $2 Dresses CDs
computer repair or networking path to guages and game programming. In ani- Sat 9-1 pm. $5 Coats Toys
the 30 level are able to take a test which mation class, students will start off learn-
will certify them for working in differ- ing the basics and a large amount of
934-3118 • 813-9149
ent IT and networking environments.
Normally students would need to take
a course at an institution such as SAIT
respect for the first animators who had
to draw every frame. As the course goes
on, however, they learn more advanced
in order to attempt this type of certifica- techniques and will have opportunities
tion. to create their own animated clips.

In robotics class, students learn basic Despite originally being a math major
coding to begin controlling each of their in university, thanks to some engineer-
robots, and as they advance through the ing courses he took, Eberts did many
courses, will begin creating their own of the things he now teaches as hob-
robots that can function in a variety of bies. He came to Strathmore after work-
ways. Eberts’ current project in this class ing as a math and physics teacher at a
is building a robot that moves along a junior high school in Calgary. Between
wire, hoping to eventually make a room- his personal projects and teaching and
scale ClawBot. He is also working on a helping run the new eSports team, he is
light-painting wand that uses LEDs to very busy and yet manages to still create
paint pictures in the air. an interesting and fun classroom experi-
Eberts isn’t one to sit still. When asked ence.
if money wasn’t an issue, what would Although it is not as well known, Eb-
his courses look like, he replied, “prob- erts also has a passion for automobiles
ably bigger and more robots. I’ve also and motorcycles, perhaps to offset his STRATHMORE PERFORMING ARTS FESTIVAL AWARD WINNERS
been thinking about drones and drone- nerdy vibe. MUSICAL THEATRE & VOCAL SOLO AWARDS Helfrich Family Award for Adjudicator’s Choice Award for
racing and how to bring that to SHS. Oh, “I think that students today spend so Field Stone Fruit Wines Award for Adjudicator’s Choice in Percussion Ensemble - Holy Cross Collegiate Drum Line
and more VR (virtual reality). We have much time with technology that they like Musical Theatre Duets and Trios
- Rayanne Laycock & Shelby Laycock INSTRUMENTAL AWARDS
one VR station and some students are to learn both how it works and gaining Cheadle Lions Club Award for Adjudicator’s Choice in Steeves Family Award for Adjudicator’s Choice in Strings/
getting into coding on it. We made a VR new skills they can use,” he said. “Kids Musical Theatre Production Number - Showstoppers Guitar Solo - Tavish Foshaug
Magnetsigns Strathmore Award for Adjudicator’s Choir in Karen Corbiell Award for Adjudicator’s Choice in Tuba Solo
game last year that included 3D scanned like my courses because every class has Musical Theatre Concert/Recital Classes - John Intic
students as the enemies. That was a fun projects that are tangible and achiev- - Rayanne Laycock Magnetsigns Strathmore Award for Adjudicator’s Choice in
project.” able, and in my experience that keeps Adjudicator’s Choice in Musical Theatre Junior Solo Senior Woodwind Solo - Ryann Tashlikowich
- Sophia Fabris, Connor Riou, Miya Hansen & Audrey Butler Adjudicator’s Choice in Woodwind Junior Solo
Eberts is always smiling and it’s easy to students interested and motivated.” Adjudicator’s Choice in Musical Theatre Senior Solo - Abbie Skene
tell he loves his job. When asked about Thanks to his variety of classes and - Jocelyn Hern, Susanne Sevcik, Shelby Laycock Adjudicator’s Choice in Woodwind Junior Solo
it, he stated, “Well, I do have the best interesting personal projects, his class- & Danai Allan - Brianna Hollingsworth
Helfrich Family Award for Adjudicator’s Choice in
toys. Computers, 3D printers and robots room has become the hub of activity VOCAL SOLO AWARDS Percussion Solo - Althea Rueda
are a lot of fun. I love that it is both tech- and a place where students love to be. Aniela Barwacz Memorial Award for Adjudicator’s Choice in
Vocal Junior Boys Solo - Parker Riou OTHER AWARDS

Kindness rocks Strathmore

Field Stone Fruit Wines Award for Adjudicator’s Choice in Steeves Family Award for Highest Achievement in Two or
Vocal Junior Girls Solo - Meghan Flaws More Instrumental Senior Solo Disciplines
Mary Mercer Memorial Award for Adjudicator’s Choice in - Breanna Hollingsworth
BRAD EVERETT Picnic in Kinsman park last fall, where Vocal Senior Solo - Rayanne Laycock George Pinchbeck Memorial Award for Highest
Times Contributor Cheadle Lions Club Award for Adjudicator’s Choice in Vocal Achievement in Two or More Instrumental Junior Solo
tables were set up so kids could colour Duets & Trios - Rayanne Laycock, Shelby Laycock Disciplines - Parker Riou
and hide rocks. & Susanne Sevcik Adjudicator’s Choice in Composition Classes
Strathmore Kindness Rocks refers to “With people divided on so much Adjudicator’s Choice in Vocal Junior Solo (8 recipients) – - Brittney Brown
Brianna Hollingsworth, Emersyn Bell, Mason Miller, Maisie
the brightly painted rocks one can find these days, painting rocks with kids is Van Bussel, Sophia Fabris, Connor Riou, PIANO AWARDS
strategically placed around town, as well simple but it can bring people together,” Jackson Fabris & Luba Piche Adjudicator’s Choice in Pre-Grade 1 Piano - Ainsley Pouwer
as a reminder that even the smallest acts said Van Dellan. Adjudicator’s Choice in Vocal Senior Solo (4 recipients) Adjudicator’s Choice in Pre-Grade 1 Piano - Carys Shaw
- Hayley Gervais, Racquelle Butler, Susanne Sevcik Adjudicator’s Choice in Pre-Grade 1 Piano - Stella Griffin
of kindness can make a large difference. One young Strathmore girl latched & Shelby Laycock Adjudicator’s Choice in Grade 1 Piano - Kennedy Cooling
Beth-Anna Van Delllan stumbled onto the idea in a big way. Braelyn Adjudicator’s Choice in Grade 1 Piano - Tavia McKinnon
CHOIR, CONCERT BAND, INSTRUMENTAL Adjudicator’s Choice in Grade 1 Piano - Sophia Greep
across the idea when her family was Carlson saw the rocks while downtown & OTHER AWARDS Adjudicator’s Choice in Grade 2 Piano - Luke Rochford
camping last summer at Mount Kidd in with her mom Amber and was so taken Cheadle Lions Club Award for Adjudicator’s Choice in Junior Adjudicator’s Choice in Grade 2 Piano - Samuel Baragar
Kananaskis and her children found some with the rocks, some with faith- based Elementary School Choirs - École Brentwood Elementary Adjudicator’s Choice in Grade 2 Piano - Raegan MacLeod
School Junior Choir Adjudicator’s Choice in Grade 3 Piano - Dan Lehmann
painted rocks left by the group, Canmore messages, that she gathered up 80 or Steeves Family Award for Adjudicator’s Choice in Senior Adjudicator’s Choice in Grade 3 Piano - Andraya Johnson
Kindness Rocks. They thought it was a so and took them to her kindergarten Elementary School Choirs - École Brentwood Elementary Adjudicator’s Choice in Grade 4 Piano - Parker Riou
great idea, brought it back with them to classmates at Trinity Christian Academy, School Senior Choir Adjudicator’s Choice in Grade 5 Piano - Cassidy Sullivan
Janet Bolinger Award for Adjudicator’s Choice in Junior/ Steeves Family Award for Adjudicator’s Choice in Piano
Strathmore and began collecting, paint- where the kids are sharing them back Senior High School Choirs - Strathmore High School Plan I (12 & under) - Elizabeth Muller
ing and placing rocks around town as a and forth with each other. Field Stone Fruit Wines Award for Adjudicator’s Choice Cheadle Lions Club Award for Adjudicator’s in Piano Plan I
way to brighten the day for others. “They were excited to get the rocks in Junior Community Choirs - Strathmore Children’s Choir (15 & under) -Janet Ying
“It’s not an earth-shattering endeavor, and they felt happy,” said Carlson, “be- Janet Bolinger Award for Adjudicator’s Choice in Senior Mary Mercer Memorial Award for Adjudicator’s Choice in
but it’s fun for kids to be able to make a cause they got God’s word.” Community Choirs - Strathmore Children’s Choir Finale Piano Plan I (16 & over) - Janet Ying & David Klassen
Mary Mercer Memorial Award for Adjudicator’s Choice in Larry Merkley Memorial Award for Adjudicator’s Choice in
difference in a small way,” said Van Del- Asked why she gave her classmates School or Community Choirs - École Brentwood Piano Plan II Grades 6 to 10 - David Klassen
lan. the rocks Carlson said, “because it’s nice Elementary School Primary Choir Hollingsworth Family Award for Adjudicator’s Choice in
She started the Facebook page Strath- to do that, and nice to God. It’s good for Piano Plan II Grades 6 to 10 - Metaya Anderson
CONCERT BAND Field Stone Fruit Wines Award for Adjudicator’s Choice in
more Kindness Rocks last July, inviting the heart.” Steeves’ Family Award for Adjudicator’s Choice in Junior Piano Plan II Grades 6 to 10 - Julian Wiley
others to paint rocks, posting where they Giving or receiving such acts of kind- Concert Band - Holy Cross Collegiate Grade 8/9 Band Kim’s Cafe Award for Adjudicator’s Choice in Piano Plan II
left them or where they found them. ness, no matter how seemingly small can Cheadle Lions Club Award for Adjudicator’s Choice in Junior Grades 6 to 10 -Breanna Hollingsworth
Concert Band Steeves Family Award for Adjudicator’s Choice in Piano
The idea took off, with individual be good for the heart. For more informa- - Notre Dame Collegiate Junior Concert Band Chamber Music, Piano Concerto and Instrumental Sonata
families taking on the project, as well as tion on Strathmore Kindness Rocks see Field Stone Fruit Wines Award for Adjudicator’s Choice in - Gabriel Muller & Elizabeth Muller
Senior Concert Band John Family Award Adjudicator’s Choice in Piano Small
it becoming part of events such as the their page of the same name on Face- - Strathmore High School Concert Band Ensembles -Elizabeth Muller - Concerto
PopUp PlayDate and the Teddy Bear book.
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Strathmore RCMP is
Wheatland Elementary presents Rockin’ Robin Hood investigating the Theft of a
Wheatland Elementary School performed two shows of “Rockin’ Robin Hood” on March Travel Trailer that took place on
Nova Scotiables hit Strathmore 14. In the “fresh yet traditional” take on the legend of Robin Hood, over 150 students from
December 2, 2018.
Grades 3 to 6 took on leadership roles in every facet of the production such as acting, sing-
The Strathmore Musical Arts Society hosted the celtic band,
Nova Scotiables, at the Royal Canadian Legion No. 10 on
ing, dancing, set design, lighting and audiovisual engineering, an entertaining yet complex The Trailer is described as a
endeavor that follows the school’s Leader in Me initiative.
April 6. Miriam Ostermann Photo Photo Courtesy of ACES Connect White Travelaire Rustler with
license plate Y91180 Alberta and
Wheatland County questions Cannabis licencing the decals on it appear faded.
SHARON MCLEAY censing, council had questions whether ficers can issue the license. Planners If you have any information that
Times Contributor it should be considered as an agricul- stated they were in the front lines to
tural crop, what could be confined to grant approval of the development per- could help locate this Trailer,
Wheatland County council had more the Wheatland Highway West industrial mits, so a detailed bylaw makes that job please contact
discussion about cannabis production,
when staff brought a few changes to
areas and how they might deal with easier. Strathmore RCMP.
micro-cultivation and processing. “Like Tom says it is a legal crop to
bylaw 2018-28 on April 2. “I don’t see how we can do that be- grow. We have a designated facil- File: 20181794883
All types of cannabis production and cause it is a specialty agricultural crop. ity, where this is only allowed in the
use were finalized by the federal gov-
ernment on Oct. 2, 2018 and county
It is now a legal crop to grow. We can West Highway 1 District. Should we 1-800-222-TIPS
pass this, but I don’t think it will do any think about making it permitted? That
staff updated the bylaw to coincide good. In my opinion, it is unenforce- is the only place in the county that is (1-800-222-8477)
with federal legislative conditions that able,” said Councillor Tom Ikert. “I see allowed,” said Councillor Jason Wilson.
were released at that time.
how well the federal government en- He asked if small production facilities
Previously, the bylaw only dealt with forces everything else they do. I think would be treated differently than large
medical cannabis, so it was amended to we are getting ourselves into a situa- facilities.
reference recreational cannabis as well,
under one heading and definitions.
Staff proposed it be moved to an Indus-
tion. Love or hate marijuana, it is now
a legal crop.”
Council thought perhaps they would
need to look at the water usage of the COULD BE HERE!
He compared it to growing other facilities to be sure it met the needs of
trial General from Intensive Industrial
General designation.
greenhouse crops and microbrewery all residents in the county. Contact Rose 403-934-5589
businesses. He thought it might be bet- The Town of Strathmore submitted
They included types of cannabis pro- ter controlled by where and how the some questions about the structure of
duction facilities licensing, which cov- product is sold. the bylaw. They wanted to coordinate
ers cultivation, processing, nursery, Other councillors felt regulations with the county, especially on discre-
analysis, testing, research and micro- were covered under federal legislation, tionary and permitted designations,
cultivation along with medical cannabis YOUR WEEKLY
so they were not sure there was a need
to cover those in the bylaw.
security and beautification issues. Staff
replied they had to comply with federal
The bylaw amendments include sug- “It is federal regulation, but we can’t licensing rules and could not refuse ap-
gestions about setbacks, environmental trump federal regulation …but maybe plicants if they met those conditions.
and odour concerns, site descriptions we can add to it. Basically that says if The Strathmore RCMP asked if they
and location, water servicing, waste the feds agree to it, it’s OK. Why is it would be notified of new cannabis Gord Morck
management, lighting and housing, and in our bylaw?” said Deputy Reeve Glen businesses starting up and staff replied Pharmacist
handling of the product. Koester. they currently did not notify them.
There are different security require- CAO Alan Parkin said applicants for Council approved second and third Capsule Comments
ments for standard cannabis cultivation a federal license must have an approval reading of the bylaw submitted on The legalization of marijuana has revealed many
and processing. by their municipality, before federal of- April 2. questions about the safety of the drug in various
Staff said there was interest from ap- situations. For example, is it safe during pregnancy
plicants about micro-cultivation and and breastfeeding? The few studies that have been

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women not use marijuana due to possible adverse
In micro-cultivation, cannabis is al- effects on the baby in the womb and at the breast.
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Wheatland County Council Chambers May 7, 2019, at 9 a.m.
Wheatland County will consider the following applications for
Public Hearing at the regular Council meeting on
Tuesday, May 7, 2019.
The following public hearings begin at 9 a.m. and proceed until all
applications have been heard:
Bylaw #: 2018-41
Legal Description: Plan 1811971; Area A
Proposal: To redesignate +/ - 0.52 acres from undesignated to
parks and recreation district.

Bylaw #: 2018-42
Legal Description: Plan 1811971; Area B
Proposal: To redesignated +/ - 0.07 acres from undesignated
to parks and recreation district.

Bylaw #: 2018-43
Legal Description: Plan 1811971; Area C
Proposal: To redesignate +/ - 0.59 acres from undesignated to
parks and recreation district.

Bylaw #: 2018-44
Legal Description: Plan 1811971; Area D
Proposal: To redesignate +/ - 0.11 acres from undesignated to
parks and recreation district.

Bylaw #: 2019-04
Legal Description: County-Wide; solar and wind Amendment
Proposal: Am end Land Use Bylaw 2016 -01 to include more
site regulatory material for small scale personal use of solar panels
on structures and ground development, as well as micro genera-
tion wind turbines and towers (WECS).
Bylaw #: 2019-05
Legal Description: County-Wide; new land use district: Energy
Proposal: Am end Land Use Bylaw 2016 -01 to include a new
land use district called the Energy District to address large scale,
industrial and commercial AUC approved solar facilities and wind
turbine farms (WECS).
Comments may be forwarded in writing to Wheatland County or in person
at the above meeting. The application files may be reviewed in the County
Office during regular office hours – Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Any comments provided will become part of the public record in accord-
ance with Section 40 (1) of the Alberta Freedom of Information and Pro- Roadside Haying Applications Now Being Accepted!
tection Privacy Act. Any personal information on submissions made re-
garding applications is collected under the authority of the FOIP Act Sec- Anyone wishing to hay municipal road right of ways must make
tion 33 (c) and subsequent versions of the Act.
application by May 31, 2019. You must complete an “Access and
Work Agreement” prior to starting work.
This form is available on our website or at our office.
Career Opportunities
Submit your resume online through our website or email
to More detailed job Dust Control Applications Now Being Accepted!
descriptions can be found on the careers page of our
website. If you are interested in purchasing Dust Control, you must complete
 Labourer (seasonal) - two positions available an application and submit payment prior to the applicable deadline:
Closes April 22, 2019 at 4 p.m.
Please Quote Job #P19-16  Calcium Chloride ($1.50/foot):
“The Labourer is a seasonal position responsible for operating – May application order deadline is April 26
various types of light equipment, and participating in the installa-
tion of culverts and road repairs to ensure Wheatland County – June application order deadline is June 10
roadways are accessible, safe, and in good condition…”
 Oiling ($5-$7/foot depending on road and application type):
 Parks Operator
Closes April 22, 2019 at 4 p.m. – July application order deadline is July 8
Please Quote Job #P19-12
 Patching for previously applied oil (invoiced at $100/tonne + GST):
“The Parks Operator will report to the Hamlet Operations Fore-
man, and carry out day to day tasks for the maintenance of – Application order deadline is July 8
parks, open spaces, cemeteries, sports fields, playgrounds, and
pathways. This would entail horticultural duties, landscape The application form is available on our website or at our office.
maintenance responsibilities, playground safety inspections, minor
repairs, winter snow and ice removal. “

Address: 242006 Range Rd 243 Phone: 403-934-3321 Mail: Hwy 1 RR 1, Strathmore, AB, T1P 1J6 Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
April 19, 2019 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 11

Notice is hereby given that the WHEATLAND COUNTY Municipal COUNTY LAND AVAILABLE FOR LEASE
Planning Commission has approved or refused the following
development permit applications on April 9, 2019:
Wheatland County has approximately 107 acres within NE 8-22-21-4
File: DP2018-009
available for a 5 year term cropping lease.
Approved with Conditions
Legal: Pl 161 1511; B5; L7 within NW 10-24-26-W4M
Proposal: Industrial, Medium (Clay Storage Facility) Sealed tenders, labelled "Lease within NE 8-22-21-4" may be
File: DP2019-014 submitted by registered mail, courier, or hand delivered not later
Approved with Conditions than 3:30 P.M. on Friday May 3rd, 2019 to:
Legal: NE 15-25-23-W4M
Proposal: Hazardous Industry (Fireworks Storage and Handling Facility)
Wheatland County
File: DP2019-025 #242006 RR #243
Approved with Conditions Hwy #1, RR #1
Legal: Pl 951 1739; B2 within SW 3-24-25-W4M
Strathmore, AB T1P 1J6
Proposal: Dwelling, Accessory
Attn: Robin Glasier, Land Agent, RWA
File: DP2019-031
Approved with Conditions Faxes and emails will not be accepted.
Legal: SE 28-23-25-W4M
Proposal: Nursery
Tenders will be publically opened May 3, 2019 at 3:45 pm and the
Any person who deems they may be affected by the issuance of the development results will be presented to Council May 7th, 2019 for consideration.
permit(s) may appeal to the Subdivision & Development Appeal Board (SDAB) 21
days after the date in which the written decision is given. Each Subdivision and De- Inquiries may be directed to Robin Glasier, Land Agent, RWA, at
velopment Appeal to the county must be accompanied by a $200.00 non-
403-361-2015 or
refundable fee and an appeal application form, to be filed with the SDAB Clerk of
Wheatland County at 242006 Range Road 243 or Mail to: Highway #1, RR #1,
Strathmore, Alberta, T1P 1J6 More information can be found on our website.

Dated this 19th day of April 2019.

Did you know?

We now list Planning and Development permits and Public Hearing information on our website!
You can find this information on the new Permit Decisions and Public Hearings page.

Wheatland County Administration Office, ASB Shop,

and Public Works Shop will be closed from April 19 to
April 22 for the Easter Holiday.
Waste Transfer Site Closure Schedule:

 April 19 Good Friday—All Sites Closed

 April 20—All Sites Open
 April 21—All Sites Closed (as normal)
 April 22 Easter Monday—All Sites Closed

Regular hours resume for all sites on Tuesday, April 23.

We wish you all a lovely Easter Weekend!

Address: 242006 Range Rd 243 Phone: 403-934-3321 Mail: Hwy 1 RR 1, Strathmore, AB, T1P 1J6 Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
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United Church Thrift Sale in 43rd year

an outside area where a large shed was built to also
Times Reporter
hold donations. The three-day sale takes weeks to
prepare and many volunteers to put on.
For the past 43 years, the Strathmore United Many types of items are not accepted as dona-
Church has held two thrift sales a year, drawing tions for the sale such as large furniture pre-autho-
in thousands of thrifty shoppers searching for bar- rized by a volunteer, appliances, mattresses, water
gains, while simultaneously raising funds to sup- coolers, televisions and console televisions, com-
port the church and to donate to local, provincial puters, printers, scanners, organs and pianos, sofa
and international causes. beds, exercise equipment, VHS movies, baby and
“We are blessed with very broad support from the child car seats and any items that are broken or do
community and beyond,” said Sharon White with not work.
the Strathmore United Church. “These folks donate, “These items are not accepted for various reasons.
volunteer and purchase items. We have seen fami- Some are unsalable, some need Freon removed
lies grow over the years and see their children and (which is) an extra expense for us, car seats are
grandchildren coming to sales. We know by the ac- illegal to sell, large furniture, appliances and sofa
tions and words of our customers what these sales beds are too heavy and unwieldy for us to handle
have come to mean to them and we are grateful for and space becomes an issue,” said White, adding
it as are they.” that almost everything else is accepted.
Last year alone proceeds not only supported Accepted items include clothing in all sizes for
the church but also the Wheatland Crisis Society, men, women and children, shoes, purses, accesso-
Strathmore and Wheatland County Christmas Ham- ries, household items, small appliances, garden and
per Society, the Strathmore Handi-Bus, Wheatland yard items, books, CD’s, records, seasonal deco-
and Area Hospice Society and School Fuel pro- rations, jewelry, toys, games and puzzles, antique
grams, locally. Provincially they donated to St. Ste- items and more. There will also be a “quality item”
phen’s College, the Mustard Seed, Calgary Drop-in room for more luxurious items which are marked
Centre, Calgary Urban Project Society and the Bis- at a higher price.
sell Centre. National programs they supported were Donations will be accepted between April 29 and
St. Andrew’s College, Canadian Foodgrains Bank, May 2. Volunteers will begin sorting the items on
Friends of the Observer and the Women’s Inter- April 29 and anything kept outdoors can be pur-
church Council of Canada. chased at any time after April 29. Books are avail-
The event has nearly quadrupled in size over the able for purchase after April 30 and the sale on all
years moving from only filling the church basement other items will run from May 2 to 4.
to including the main floor, Contact the church at 403-934-3025 or volunteers
followed by the upper floor at either 403-934-3118 or 403-813-9149 with any
and then moving to include questions.

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Feral cats plague Carseland

Biggar said volunteers have captured in error.
gone door to door to advise People have scouted out
people to keep their cats in af- where some of the feral dens
ter April 25, as traps will be set are located and traps will be set
Times Contributor and neutering services. The community. If there are too to catch the feral cats. in those areas.
organization has worked many to handle on the Satur- “We had about 22 people The group does charge a
Carseland community is with Indigenous groups to day, the clinic may stay for an- come out to help this weekend, small fee per animal and the
trying to find ways to de- lessen dog and cat numbers other day. which I thought was a pretty community has begun fund-
crease feral cat counts. on tribal lands and helped “They tell me if you get rid good turnout,” said Biggar. raising to cover costs. Low in-
“It was brought to my at- with education, treatment of all the feral cats, then oth- Flyers have been left and if come pet owners can receive
tention after Christmas that and rehoming for orphaned ers just move in,” said Biggar someone is missing their pet, a very reasonable discount to
there is a feral cat problem animals in various other about the reason the cats are they are advised to check at the have their pet given shots and
in Carseland,” said Wheat- communities. Carseland sent back to their dens. curling rink, in case they were spay services.
land Councillor Donna Big- is the first village that has
gar. been helped by the organi-
She said community mem- zation.
bers met and contacted the Biggar said they will
Alberta Spay Neuter Task be bringing their surgical
Force to brainstorm what equipment to the Carseland
could be done about the curling rink about 9 a.m.
problem. on April 27, and they will
Alberta Spay Neuter Task provide deworming, shots,
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While using the track, please use proper etiquette:

A proof of payment wristband is required and can

be purchased at the front desk.
Next Regular Only clean, non-marking, indoor shoes are
permitted on the track.
Council Meeting: No food or beverages (except water).
The indoor track lanes change direction daily.
May 1st, 2019 Please observe and respect the designated track
direction prior to beginning your run/walk.
Inside lane = slow lane.
Outside lane = faster/passing lane. (slower traffic

Next Committee shall yield to faster traffic).

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of the Whole off the track when not walking or running).

Strollers, walking-aids and wheelchairs are

permitted on the track, however, please ensure
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Children must be actively supervised by a parent
May 8th, 2019 or guardian.
For your safety, please do not lean on or over the
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Spectator viewing to the first floor is not permitted
TRACK DIRECTION from the track.
Track may be closed to accommodate special
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Thursday patrons to leave if they are not adhering to the
Saturday following guidelines.

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APRIL 19, 2019

SPORTS Expressions
dancers sparkle
in festivals
Times Reporter

Expressions the Dance Gallery has

been successfully dancing their way
through festivals and competitions Expressions the Dance Gallery has competed
this spring and is in no hurry to give in two festivals this year and has two more
up the spotlight. upcoming festivals to compete in along with
In their first festival of the season, dance exams and their year-end showcase.
57 dance entries with dancers ranging Acro duo winners from the Class Act Dance
in the age of 5 to 17 from Expressions Festival Charleigh Burns, 10, (l) and Malia Mur-
competed at the Sparkle Dance Fes- doch, 8, (r) with their choreographer Shalynne
Standing showing off their trophies after their
tival in Stettler on March 22 to 24. It
was the gallery’s second time entering
Photo Courtesy of Michelle Murdoch
into that festival.
“We were very excited to bring home part was when Malia and I received
eight overall awards … our students’ high gold and most promising for
The Wheatland Athletics Association held their annual award banquet on April 5 at the Strathmore success is because we have such a our routine,” said the young dancer,
Civic Centre. All three squads – including the peewee Braves (bottom), the bantam Warriors (top) and great qualified and diversified faculty,” whose favourite dance move is a lift
the midget Chiefs – presented their team awards. said Michelle Murdoch, administration that they do in their routine as well as
Photos Courtesy of the Wheatland Athletic Association manager at Expressions, adding that double cartwheels.
both pre-competitive and competitive Currently in their 36th season and
Wheatland Athletic teams performed at the festival.
Awards included the high gold and
having operated in Strathmore since
2003, Expressions teaches acro dance,

Association hands out awards choreographer award for contempo-

rary trio, Cadence Goodeagle, Jaymie
Smith and Teagan Rabbit Carrier; Mia
aerial, ballet, jazz, tap, musical theatre,
highland, hip hop, lyrical and contem-
porary, pointe and progressive ballet.
MARIO PRUSINA Trevors with the Top Scorer, while Adam
Times Editor Srubowich won the solo scholarship Dancers range in age from 2 to 18
Lee was named the Top Defenseman. ballet and tied in jazz; Teagan Rabbit with competitive students between 4
Kyle McDonough took home Rookie Carrier won solo scholarship for con- and 18 years old. They also offer adult
The Wheatland Athletic Association of the Year honours, while Jordan Hen- temporary dance; Carson Doore and and parent and tot classes for any in-
(WAA) capped off the 2018-2019 season dricks was named Most Improved. Con- Teagan Rabbit Carrier won the hip hop terested in learning how to dance.
with their annual awards banquet on ner Radke was named the Braves Most duet with the highest score for ages “Expressions the Dance Gallery is
April 5 at the Strathmore Civic Centre. Valuable Player and Tori Evans was the 12 and over. The This is It acrobatics not only a competitive studio, but also
It was a successful campaign for all Most Sportsmanlike. Wyatt Yule took (acro) group took home the overall a recreation studio with students of all
three teams in the double-A associa- home the Kletzel Award. Level 2 high score, the Beyond the ages, abilities and commitment levels,”
tion, as the peewee, bantam and midget Trey Kam was named the Top Scorer Sea tap quartet took home the overall said Murdoch.
teams all qualified for the playoff tour- for the Wheatland Warriors, while Tate Level 3 high score, the Toureigo Tan- Upcoming competitions for the
nament. Yule was named the Top Defenseman. go ballet group won the overall Level young dancers are the Catch a Rising
The Wheatland Braves peewee team Andrew Sikora took home Rookie of the 4 high score and the Space Oddities Star dance festival in Drumheller from
finished the season with an impressive Year and Dustin Holm Most Improved. contemporary group won the adjudi- April 26-28, and Millennium Dance
19-11-7 season, good enough for fourth Philip Raycroft was crowned Most cator’s choice award. Festival in Calgary on May 3-5.
place in the SCAHL South Division. Valuable Player and Ryder Many Grey During the Class Act Dance Festi- Many dancers are also working
It was a season to remember for the Horses was Most Sportsmanlike. Kyle val in MacEwan Hall at the University hard to prepare for dance exams such
Wheatland Warriors bantam team, as Provencher was presented the Kletzel of Calgary from April 5-7, the com- as the upcoming Royal Academy of
they dominated the SCAHL with a 36- Award. petition teams had 49 entries with Dance ballet exams, as well as Acro-
4-1 record on the season, en route to The Wheatland Chiefs honoured Ben 19 dancers competing between 8 to batic Arts exams.
sweeping the South playoff tournament, Kruse with the Top Scorer and Chase 18 years old. Jaymie Smith won the Expressions will also hold their
the league finals and the 2019 provin- Clayton with the Top Defenseman. Lach- overall highest score for solo 15 to 16 year-end showcase on June 2 at the
cial championship tournament. lan Stewart was named the Rookie of years old for her contemporary solo Glenmore Christian Academy in Cal-
The Wheatland Chiefs midget team the Year, while Jaycob Masciangelo was and Charleigh Burns and Malia Mur- gary, and an aerial showcase at the
closed the season with a 19-8-3 record named Most Improved. Mitch Desserre doch won the highest overall score for Strathmore High School on June 20.
and making it to the final of the South was named the Chiefs Exemplary Play- duets age 9 for their acro duo. “I love going to competitions, I love
playoff tournament, losing 2-1 in double er and Kyle Malmberg was named the “I was very nervous to attend this dancing on stage and being able to
overtime. Most Sportsmanlike. Desserre and Steve competition because Ms. Heather dance with my friends … I just love
However, the banquet provided the Wilks were presented the Kyle Ruppe warned us that they were looking for everything about it (and) my favou-
chance for families and friends to gather Memorial Scholarship. perfection and that the Calgary stu- rite part is working together with my
formally for one last time and celebrate The WAA honoured Joseph Van Bavel, dios are very talented,” said acro duo friends,” said acro duo dancer and
the season that was. Sandy Henry and Marlys Henry as Mem- winner Charleigh Burns. “My favourite high score winner Malia Murdoch.
The Wheatland Braves presented Luc bers of Distinction.

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Page 16 • Strathmore TIMES • April 19, 2019

Local curls her way into nationals

ADELLE ELLIS at the Glen Allan Recreation their way to victory throughout
Times Reporter Complex in Sherwood Park, the recent curling and bonspiel
Alta. from April 1-7. season and won their way to Na-
All it took was the right In their first year curling tionals following a good show-
team with good chemistry together as Team Wytry- ing at play downs in Edmonton
and a goal to make it to Na- chowski of the Airdrie Curl- and U18 provincials in Medicine
tionals for one local young ing Club, local Micayla Koo- Hat. Local curler Micayla Kooistra represented Alberta at the 2019 Canadian Under 18
curler who found herself istra who plays second and Once at Nationals, the team
Pass the Salt
Girls Curling Championships in Sherwood Park from April 1 to 7. The team, made up
donning the coveted team teammates Emily Kiist, lead, battled through their six games of Coach Joe Brown (l-r), skip Jessica Wytrychowski, third Olivia Jones, second Mi-
Alberta jacket at the 2019 Ca- Olivia Jones, third and skip in the round robin to place first cayla Kooistra and lead Emily Kiist went on to win first in the B division before falling
nadian Under 18 Boys and Jessica Wytrychowski along in the B division with a 5-1 re- just short of making it to semi-finals. Photo Courtesy of Micayla Kooistra
Girls FLYChampionships
Curling BY to livecoach
with in a victim
Joe mentality of
Brown swept cord. Their one loss in the round
The older I get the faster time poor, poor me, when others robin was to Manitoba, although ages hitting higher than 80 and her in the U21 division. The
and seasons seems to go. I throw rocks and things don’t go due to their better record they even 90 per cent, Kooistra be- rest of the teammates will also
have discovered I can’t go the way I planned or am I going placed ahead of them in the lieves that given the opportunity be picking up another player to
back and recover my losses to say they are entitled to their standings heading into playoffs. again and without throwing a continue curling in the U18 divi-
but I can move ahead. I want opinion, things happen, bless “We actually lost to Manitoba few rough ends, they could have sion with for another season.
to make the most of today that I them, and move ahead with in the round robin but after we taken it all the way. Kooistra accredits her team’s
have. I don’t want to waste my what is important in my life? won all our other games we Regardless of how the week success not only to their chem-
day in worry or anxiety about God says that we are fearfully came out with a better record went, the team still managed to istry and strong work ethic, but
things that I cannot change. I and wonderfully made. He than them and ended up first in clinch their goal of making it to also to the support they have re-
think that when I am lying on says that we are precious to the pool, and then had a tight Nationals and say they enjoyed ceived from their parents, spon-
my death bed, I am not going Him. Precious enough that He game against them in the play- the experience and were hon- sors and coach Brown.
wish I had done one more load would send His only Son for us offs,” said Kooistra, adding that oured to represent Alberta in the Although their season is of-
of laundry, worked more at the so we can have eternity with they lost 5-4 in their second competition. ficially over, Kooistra continues
office, built one more thing or Him. I think the most important game against Manitoba to knock “It was our first nationals for sporting her Team Alberta jacket
them out of vying for a spot in our whole team actually so it as representing one’s province is
wrote one more sermon. I want opinion that should influence
semi-finals. was pretty cool. We have really no small accomplishment but is
to know I did the best with the me is His.
“Honestly, I think we all just good chemistry and we just had a large sense of pride.
time I had and stepped out and God is the only one that
had a bit of a rough game that to know how to keep our team “The whole week was just
took advantage of opportunities truly knows your heart and chemistry strong throughout the such a great experience all-in-
time. We played amazing the
or made opportunities for what understands who you really whole week and we went into whole week in order to be suc- all. But getting to walk out in
is important. Life truly is short. are. Life is too short to worry that game (with a) good mind- cessful and just work together. the opening ceremonies wearing
OneI cannot changefinest
of North America’s anyone else about all the things that could set and our first four ends were No matter what happened, we that province jacket and meeting
Strathmore United Church
Tenor’s me and
is teaming with how I look at
2 of Cana- go wrong, or may not be the really good, we were all playing were proud to be there,” said all new people from across Can-
most celebrated and awarded May 10, 2019 - Friday 7:30 pm
I am trying to focus way we want. Make the most 80 per cent or higher and were Kooistra, adding that team chem- ada and meeting those curlers,
musicians for an amazing perfor- Adult- $30.00
on my blessings instead of Youth - $10.00 out of every day you have,
- 17 and under up 3-0, then we just hit a bit of istry-wise this team has been the that was pretty awesome,” said
mance. The acoustic trio promises
my failures. I am not always recognize
“something for everyone” in a high Tickets: call Linda -
the blessings you a downfall and they raised their best she has ever played with. Kooistra. “This is the end of our
going to see eye to
energy and world class display of eye with have
403-901-2797 and that you are loved percentages so they outplayed Skip Wytrychowski will be ag- season which is quite sad, but
original music andaround
audienceme, but does
favour- beyondonline
Tickets purchased measure by the very
at us for the last end of the game.” ing out of U18 next year and the it’s exciting to start fresh next Mesmerizing
really matter? Am I and
vocal blends goingmust God who
to be picked created
up at the door. you. With individual game percent- team will continue to play with year.”
let that rob instrumentals
me of the make up
precious Pastor Elizabeth Karp
this MUST SEE show.
time I have left? Am I going Harvest Healing Centre Church


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Spartans open rugby season

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Children’s Church & Nursery in Service Lead Pastor: Mike Wiebe The lady Spartans opened their regular season chance for head coach Brad Steele to see his squad
Extending Grace - igniting hope Associate Pastor: John Duerksen at the SHS field with a 20-5 win over the Oilfields play in a real game.
Youth/Worthip Inter: Connor Hyde
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Worship Schedule team, so we got everyone (playing),” said head and they came eager to play. They didn’t shy away
Wheatland Trail & 3rd Avenue
Thursday Evening 7:00 pm 403-934-3025 coach Jerry Flaws, head coach of the girls’ team. from contact … that’s something important at the
Sunday Family 10:30 am Rev. Pamela Scott “The forwards controlled the ball really well, (but) beginning of the year, they have to get used to the
Christian Education Sunday Worship 10:30 am not much opportunity to pass with the wind and contact of the game. For new players, the level of
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Services held every Saturday Pastor: Dave Mackie hardworking and willing to be physically engaged ficult because of the wet and the cold,” said the
Sabbath School: 10 AM Worship Sundays 10:30 am coach. “Maintaining possession of the ball is always
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in the game.
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of worship
to tackle, don’t want to get involved and this group versus Holy Trinity Academy in Okotoks on April
really seems to like the physicality of the game. 15, before returning home on April 17 to play their
“They truly like contact, so we’re not going to last game before the spring break.
The Church of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints blow away (the opposition) with speed and dazzle The boys also played at home on April 17 in their
60 Maplewood Drive | Bishop Justin Hansen | this year. It’s going to be physical play that is the final game before the break (results not available
403-983-2746 | | Worship Service Sundays 10 a.m.
key to our success.” for press time).
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representations quarter
of the lands,
regard to the of
and the undersigned
land (NE 25 24 25 W4

just for you. Place your

BOOKKEEPING ad in this newspaper
and SE 30 24 24 W4) are being offered for tender. The NE 1/4
borders the annexed land of Strathmore while the SE 1/4 is one
and province wide $
Sprinkled with teardrops The owner has complete discretion whether to accept the highest or any tender. Further
mile east. Excellent holding or farming property.
instead of dew.
And in the centre, a forget me not.
403-453-7835 with a combined circulation
of over 710,000 for only...
inquiries into the above lands can be made by contacting either Doug Elder (403.854.6550) or
For Brochure email: or
Donald/Norma Quast (403.854.2206) by phone or text. Tenders shall be sealed in an envelope
plus GST/HST For Tender Agreements contact:
marked “LAND TENDER - SPONDIN” andWoods
Lynn may beLaw
faxed, delivered,
Office, e-mailed
Strathmore or mailed to:
at 403-934-6333,
To let you know we haven’t forgot. With a dedicated, highly trained, Value Ad
professional teamNetwork
or email:
that works closely with you, ourWeekly
Alberta main goal is to
Newspapers Association
Attention: Simon J. Hersey, Smith & Tender
Hersey Agribusiness Law, Barristers
Loved and missed, toll free 1-800-282-6903 x200 Sealed Agreements must be accompanied by a 10% depositand Solicitors
and received no later than
take care of our clients through sound balancing
Your Family email 4:00 p.m. on July 31, 2019. Tenders subject to financing approval will not be considered. Deposits
of their books. Offering full bookkeeping, payroll,
or visit this community newspaper
Unit #104, Westside Common of unsuccessful tenders will beorreturned. The112B – any
highest or 2ndtender
Avenue West
not necessarily accepted.
personal and corporate tax preparation for various 2201 Box Springs Boulevard NW Medicine PO Box 220
types of corporations and small businesses. Hat, AB T1C 0C8 Hanna, AB T0J 1P0
Fax: (403) 527-0577 (open Mondays and Tuesdays)
“Keeping your numbers in order so you E-mail:
can relax, that’s ourwide
job” version 3.75” wide version

Squeezthe MOST out of your advertising dollars
Strathmore, AB.
Two pivot irrigated quarter sections of land (NE 25 24 25 W4 and
Place your ad in this newspaper SE 30 24 24 W4) are being offered for tender. The NE 1/4 borders the
and province wide $
annexed land of Strathmore while the SE 1/4 is one mile east. Excellent
with a combined circulation
holding or farming property.
of over 710,000 for only...
plus GST/HST
For Brochure email: or
Value Ad Network For Tender Agreements contact: Lynn Woods Law Office, Strathmore at
403-934-6333, or email:
Alberta Weekly Newspapers Association
toll free 1-800-282-6903 x200 Sealed Tender Agreements must be accompanied by a 10% deposit and received no later than
email 4:00 p.m. on July 31, 2019. Tenders subject to financing approval will not be considered. Deposits
or visit this community newspaper of unsuccessful tenders will be returned. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
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Part Time
Help Required
ists, Marketing and more. Al- BULLS. Yearlings and 2-year-
olds. Semen tested and de-
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at over 55 Distributors. 40
berta’s weekly newspapers more. $160. Call 403-540- AB. New full kitchen, good mo incl. utilities + laun-
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some driving.
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paint, clean and bright. Incl.
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N.E. of Calgary. Call or text 587-365-1953
780-706-6652; Brokerage: S.D. Utilities not incl. Call
$125-150. Crystal Springs. Ken 403-540-0856
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Priced to Clear!”. 20X23
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Must be over 18 years and have ProServe, ditions causing restrictions
25X27 $7,432. 30X31
Auction, May 1 in Edmonton. Call Keli 403-324-2944.
REELfacts within 30 days of hire in daily activities? $2,500 95.02 +/- Title Acres. 2016
$9,574. 32X31 $9,648. One
tax credit. $40,000 refund built 2490 +/- sq ft home. QUAINT MODULAR HOME “The Missing Piece to complete Your Big Picture.”
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End Wall included. Pioneer
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but will train suitable candidates
Jerry Hodge: 780-706-6652; gas. Pet negotiable. Working
Brokerage: Ritchie Bros. Real single or couple preferred. Peters
Estate Services Ltd.; rbauc- Call 403-934-5678. Real Estate Associate
Please apply with resume in person to BLANKET THE PROVINCE
$1.49/each for a box of 180
Peter or Joanne Mon-Fri 11am-4pm ($268.20). Also full range of
with a classified ad. Only
tree, shrub and berry seed- 403-870-4446
@ 380 Ridge Road, Strathmore $269 (based on 25 words or
less). Reach over 100 weekly
lings for shelterbelts.. Free
4, 2019 10 AM. South of APARTMENTS
newspapers. Call NOW for
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Hardisty Airport. Full line of FOR RENT
details 1-800-282-6903 ext
1-844-873-3700 or Tree-
farm equipment and cattle
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WAREHOUSE Guns. Full list & pictures for Rent
SHIPPING/RECEIVING CLERK of straw barley and wheat
GET UP TO $50,000 from
Grunow’s Auction 780-842- 2 Storey, 3 Bedroom
Units downtown
approximately 500 bales of
the Government of Canada.
each. Call 780-504-3170 or
780-942-3170. Do you or someone you TIMED ONLINE ONLY. Bank- 1&2 Bedroom Units
know have any of these
FROM May 1st to Aug 31st ruptcy Auction. Bidding starts in adult only building
FORAGE SEED FOR SALE: Or- conditions? ADHD, Anxiety, Monday, April 22 & starts -
(Dates are flexible) Arthritis, Asthma, Cancer,
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Timothy, etc. Free delivery! Overweight, Trouble Dress- Complete modern metal STRATHMORE
REQUIREMENTS INCLUDE: ing...and hundreds more. All
Birch Rose Acres Ltd. 306- working facility including HOMES LTD
- HEAVY LIFTING ages and medical conditions
921-9942. Semyx Creative 5’X10’ wa- Hanneke
- WELL ORGANIZED qualify. Call The Benefits terblast cutting system; *ASK
- GOOD WITH PAPERWORK CERTIFIED SEED. Wheat Program 1-800-211-3550 Accucut 6’X12’ CNC Plasma 403-934-5687
- CDC Go, Go Early, CDC or send a text message with Cutting System; *Sheet met-
Landmark, CDC Utmost, your name and mailing ad- al brake & shear; *15 service
TRAINING INCLUDES: dress to 403-980-3605 for EMERALD
Pintail. Oats - AC Juniper, & pickup trucks; *Skidsteer MANAGEMENT
- SAFETY & AWARENESS COURSE AC Morgan, AC Mustang, CS 3” wide version
your FREE benefits package. & Forklifts; *Welding equip- & REALTY LTD.
- FORKLIFT COURSE Camden, Derby, SO1 Super ment. For complete details
- WHMIS Oat. Barley - AC Rosser, CRIMINAL RECORD? Why - www.foothillsauctions. WESTMOUNT DR.
Busby, Cerveza, CDC Aus- suffer employment/licens-
Tired of Winterkill in your Alfalfa?
com. Foothills Equipment
- FIRE EXTINGUISHER COURSE tenson, CDC Copeland, CDC ing loss? Travel/business Liquidation 780-922-6090. 1 & 2 bedroom
Maverick, Sundre. Very Early opportunities? Be embar- bungalow, bi-lvl
FIREWORKS FACTORY LOCATED JUST Yellow Pea. Forage Peas. Pol- rassed? Think: Criminal Par- 30th ANNUAL SPRING
For Sale Certified 2018 Algonquin Alfalfa Seed
ish Canola. Spring Triticale. don. US entry waiver. Record EQUIPMENT CONSIGN-
& 2 stry units with DECK RAILS
SOUTH OF ROCKYFORD, ALBERTA purity, zero purge.
99.9%403-556- File destruction.
weed seeds. Inoculated,Free
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2609. consultation
price $2.50 a pound. 1-800-347-
Algonquin Alfalfa is a tap root@multi
9am foliate,
MAS Sales Centre, fully renovated
PLEASE SEND RESUME TO: 2540; www.accesslegalmjf. Blackfalds, AB. Selling Ma-
extremely winter hardy, fine stem, and excellent disease resistance. & include W/D. HEATED CANOLA buying com.
Green, Heated or Spring-
Farmer Direct, we grow what wechinery, sell. Vehicles, ATV’s, RV’s,
Motorcycles, Trailers, Stor-
Family Friendly.
Buying: in Alberta
GET BACK south
ON TRACK! Badof Highway 16
age Units, Livestock Equip., No Pets.
oats, barley, wheat & peas on orders Bills?over 2200 lbs. Lumber, Lawn & Garden,
Aluminum Deck Rail Ltd.
PLEASE CALL (403) 533-3899 credit? Unemployed? From $845.
for feed. Buying damaged Need money? We lend! If you Tools & More. www.mont- + Utilities.
or offgrade grain. “On Farm wide version
own your own home - you 1-800-
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We offer Service, Sales and Design of farm

of Hughson
Inc. as authorized by Ernst & YoungCLASSIFIED
CLOSING: version
April 25th, 2019 at 10:00 am (MDT)
Inc., Receiver
One “small” ad •Great BIG Results
irrigation equipment in Strathmore, Taber, Viewing April 23 & 24: 100+ weekly newspapers
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Over 1.6 million readers $8. Each


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780-434-8746 ext. 200
of age with a good Drivers Abstract for Farmer Direct, we grow what we sell.
company insurance. FREE SHIPPING in Alberta south of Highway 16 on orders over 2200 lbs. FREE ESTIMATES
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Overtime hours are required in the Spring
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If you are a self starter, healthy, hardworking
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