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Te Valley Snow Hawks and Minnedosa Fire Department unveiled a new workhorse sled last week,
purchased for just over $8,000 after two years of fundraising. Te sled has a longer track,
and can be used to pull a sleigh or groom trails. Te motor is fan cooled, so that the sled can
be left running for longer periods as needed, for example emergencies at night.
Pictured (L-R) are Minnedosa Volunteer Firefghters Terry Dmytriw, Steven Ritchie, Fire Chief
Dallas Brykaliuk and Valley Snow Hawks executive members Sally and Ken Labelle.
New workhorse sled arrives
By KATE SJOBERG
Its not a cakewalk. You have to do your f tness, you
have to do your gym, and get to rugby training fve times
a week. Its a pretty dif cult thing, but its fun. We love it.
Tats why we do it. Tom Roche talks about the near con-
stant training and playing he and teammate Jason Gal-
braith are doing with Rugby Canada and the Meraloma
Club in British Columbia. Te two Minnedosans have
been living in Kitsilano and working with a local stone-
scaping business since late last summer as they have
been working towards a spot each on the Under 20 Na-
tional Team which will be competing in Chile in May.
Te Meralomas are in the premier league, which
gives them the opportunity to play against some of the
best players in the country, including members of Team
Canada. But they are doing most of their learning at
training camps, including the one they are at right now
with national team coach Mike Shelley.
Galbraith says a typical training camp day starts at
7:30 a.m. in the weight room. At 9 a.m., they transition
over to ftness work, and then they hit the feld for posi-
tioning and skills... and especially scrum, as both players
are forwards. In the afternoons, they are often watching
videos of their work, analyzing their own playing and
leaning what they can change.
Continued on Page 2
Galbraith and Roche
vying for National
Team spots
Photo by Kate Sjoberg
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olice were called to a domestic disturbance at a home in Rapid City at 10 p.m. on
February 21st. Te situation developed into a standof , with RCMP closing of all
roads leading to the home due to potential threat of frearms. At 6:30 a.m. on February
22nd, parents of local school children were notifed that the school would be closed
that day. Te school was used as a command post for the
RCMP. Te victim left the residence and was treated in
hospital and then released. At 10:30 a.m. on February
22nd, a 34-year-old man was arrested without incident
and charged with assault causing bodily harm.
By KATE SJOBERG
M
innedosa shows up
in one of the few ex-
amples of countries agree-
ing to work together on an
environmental concern.
In the early nineties, wa-
terfowl populations were
dropping. Te North Amer-
ican Waterfowl Manage-
ment Plan was created to
examine the issue, which
turned out to be mainly
caused by loss of habitat.
Te partnership arranged
for funds to be accessible
to Canadian organizations
and local chapters active
in waterfowl conservation
work like the Manitoba
Heritage Habitat Corpora-
tion, Ducks Unlimited and
Nature Conservancy of
Canada.
Stephen Carlyle of the
Manitoba Heritage Habitat
Corporation (MHHC) says
that this year, the organiza-
tion applied for $600,000
of these dollars to protect
wetlands through instal-
lation of nest tunnels and
other duck infrastructure,
and that one of their fo-
cuses for investment will be
the Minnedosa area. With
our landscape of potholes,
we are a duck metropolis.
Investments like this are
good news for local out-
f tters who host mostly
American duck hunters
in the three to four week
hunting season every year.
Minnedosan Barry Good
hosts clients from Florida,
Texas, Tennessee, Minne-
sota, and Illinois; most of
whom make the trip annu-
ally. He estimates that these
guests spend an average of
$2000 per week on lodging,
food, fuel, and supplies. In
the fall, Minnedosa hotels
are booked from last week
of September to the start of
November for duck hunt-
ing. And we dont have
ducks without the nesting
and breeding cover for wa-
terfowl.
Bryan Mackie owns
and operates Manitoba
Waterfowler, an outft-
ting company based out
of Brandon. He estimates
that there are 10- 15 out-
ftters that bring clients to
the Minnedosa area, but
its impossible to know
how many hunters come
up every year, since many
come on their own and
dont hire a guide. Mackie
says a consequence of duck
hunting popularity here
is that sometimes, Ameri-
cans compete with local
guides by taking on the role
of outf tters, even though
they are not eligible for an
outf tting licence in the
province. Paul Turenne of
the Manitoba Lodges and
Outftters Association says
its a problem that he hears
about a lot. Its defnitely
something that happens.
We know the government is
aware of it as well.
Mackie reports displac-
ing an operator from the US
by ofering the landowner
the operator was working
with more for renting the
land. But this isnt a solution
to the problem, and lowers
his profts. He hopes more
can be done. Due to time
constraints, a provincial
spokesperson was unable
to report how many guides
were operating without a
licence last year. However,
they did say that Manitoba
Conservation and Water
Stewardship takes these
types of violations seriously
and will investigate any al-
legations of this nature in
the Minnedosa area. Te
department also regularly
undertakes both general
and undercover investiga-
tions to ensure compliance.
Penalties for an individual
found guilty of an ofence
are a fne of not more than
$10,000, or imprisonment
for a term of not more
than six months, or both.
Penalties for any corpora-
tion found guilty of an of-
fenceare a fne of not more
than $20,000.
Tey encourage any-
one aware of noncompliant
activity to make a report to
their local district of ce or
call the provincial tip line at
1-800-782-0076.
Making the most of a Duck Metropolis
Continued from Page 1
Te guys will f nd out
mid march whether all
their work has paid of.
Roche says there are four
less spots on the national
team than players practic-
ing right now, so they are
still vying for a place.
Head coach Mike
Shelley says playing in BC
where a winter season is
possible is really important
for producing strong play-
ers. To compete, they need
at least 25 hours of qual-
ity training, and hes doing
his best to build in more
opportunities. Over the
last three years of his time
with Rugby Canada, hes
managed to help change
the age grade structure.
Te organization has gone
from having a gap between
their U17 and U20 to iden-
tifying players at 16 and
17 years of age, and then
providing them with two
years of training programs
to help get them ready for
international level compe-
tition.
Still, two players of
Galbraith and Roches cali-
bre isnt a bad strike rate
for a community of 2,500
people, and this, without
a lot of contact between
Rugby Canada and folks
in Minnedosa. Shelley
says Roche is part South
African so that might have
something to do with it,
but fgures there must be
something else going on.
I hope therell be another
two players a year (from
Minnedosa) after these.
Rugby
Rapid City standof
Photo by Kate Sjoberg
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By KATE SJOBERG
T
he Western Canadian
Holistic Management
Conference f lled up the
George P. Buleziuk Centre
in Russell, MB on Febru-
ary 12th and 13th. Holis-
tic Management is a farm
practice that supports goal
setting and planning to-
wards every aspect of life
on the farm with an eye to-
wards long term ef ciency
and sustainability. An ele-
ment of holistic manage-
ment that many people
are familiar with is grazing
planning, which involves
grazing cattle on smaller
portions of land and mov-
ing them regularly as a way
to build plant diversity and
soil quality over time.
Glen and Dorothy
Campbell run a cattle op-
eration and bed and break-
fast outside of Onanole.
Glen took the holistic man-
agement course six years
ago when he noticed his
pastures had a lot of bare
spots and werent produc-
ing very well. He says that
now with managed bale
and swath grazing, moving
the cattle every fve days,
and leaving each paddock
a full year between graz-
ing, his pastures have in-
creased production by a
full bale an acre.
Another part of holistic
management the Camp-
bells appreciate is the
community aspect. Part of
the holistic management
course is that participants
are encouraged to form lo-
cal groups to meet month-
ly and exchange ideas.
T e Russell group the
Campbells participate in
was particularly helpful a
few years back when Glen
experienced health chal-
lenges. Tey helped with
the cattle, fencing and cor-
ral work, vaccinations and
castrations. Its because of
the group that we are still
in the business.
When asked whether
the practice makes fnan-
cial sense, Campbell jokes:
Well maybe were not get-
ting ahead, but were get-
ting behind slower.
Ian and Barb T orlei-
fson of Minnedosa have
been growing cattle and
elk since the 80s. Most of
their animals are grown in
partnership with the Kee-
seekowenin First Nation,
on or land rented from
them. Weve read Don
Campbells articles in the
Cattlemen magazine for
many years, and the ho-
listic management group
just seemed to have a good
vision for the future, said
Ian. Te Russell event was
the f rst holistic manage-
ment event they have at-
tended. Tey were very
persuasive about leav-
ing litter on the land. Ive
always been a big fan of
burning to clear land. But
burning strips the litter
layer of, and you lose so
much moisture and organ-
ic matter as a result. When
you stop burning stubble,
you start to reap the re-
wards two or three years
down the road.
Like the Campbells,
Barb was impressed with
how working with other
farmers can result in more
people meeting their goals.
Speaking about a presenta-
tion from the Belmont ho-
listic management group
from the Red River Valley,
she said Teyve got ba-
bies all the way to grand-
parents involved and what
they have developed is re-
markable! Tey are small
farmers, and have worked
out how to have enough
money and be happy, and
have the possibility of their
children farming as well.
One farm has a meat shop
which the son runs, and
they direct market meat
to Winnipeg. Tey raise
everything from chickens
to ducks. Tey want to do
thing that are right for the
land and right for them.
For Ian, the cumulative
impact of farmers adopting
more holistic management
is appealing given current
concerns about climate
change, saying, We have
no choice but to invest in
the future. He attended a
land management work-
shop with Blain Hjertaas
of Redvers, SK. Hjertaas
explained that land man-
agement practice can pull
carbon out of the atmo-
sphere through healthier,
fuller, more diverse plant
growth. Doing so has also
tripled production on his
cattle operation over the
past 10 years. While oppo-
sition to land management
sometimes has to do with
concerns about overgraz-
ing, or eating a plant until
it is too damaged or dead,
Hjertaas emphasizes that
overgrazing is a matter of
the time cattle spend close
to a plant, not the number
of animals present. For
him, proper attention will
encourage better plant
growth.
For Hjertaas, better soil
also means food that is
more nutrient dense. For
all the benefts, Hjertaas
says the holistic manage-
ment is surprisingly sim-
ple. Were so used to the
big tech fx. When theres
no tech involved, we think
theres a problem. But on
his operation, he spends
30 minutes a day moving
the cattle. Te rest is spent
on other farm chores, and
doing education work.
You know, conventional
farming takes six calories
of petroleum to produce
one calorie of food and
it continues to erode bil-
lions of tonnes of soil ev-
ery year. For him, holistic
management is about ef-
fciency, and building soil
rather than taking it away.
I think most farmers
are trying to be good stew-
ards of the land. But I dont
think weve understood
it particularly well, and I
think we need to do better.
Transitioning to Holistic Management
Photo by Kate Sjoberg
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H
ello Minnedosa and
Tribune readers. Wel-
come again to Cops Cor-
ner. Lets dive in and have
a look at the life and times
of local RCMP as of lately.
Tere were 36 calls for
service this time around;
only several less then the
last paper article. A high
priority f le occurred in
Rapid City last Tursday as
I am sure many of you saw
in the news, or in Brandon
papers.
Police worked around
the clock on a domestic as-
sault. It was reported that
the male had many fre-
arms in the house. Proper
caution was used, and the
female got out of the house
safely and was transported
to hospital. Te Emergen-
cy Response Team from
Winnipeg attended and
the male was successfully
arrested without incident
and charged with assault
with a weapon, and vari-
ous f rearms charges. He
was taken to Brandon Cor-
rectional.
Another local male
was arrested for Break
and Enter when found by
police inside the Corner-
stone Grill. He was duck-
ing behind the counter as
police entered the build-
ing shouting commands.
Safe to say he was caught
red handed with tools to
get into the building as
well. He was charged and
released with a court date.
It was brought to my
attention by a concerned
citizen, that a local vehicle
sped by a funeral proces-
sion one day in town. Te
complainant on the call
did not obtain the license
plate so no charges were
given. If the driver of that
vehicle is reading the pa-
per this week, and for any-
one else not aware, please
be respectful in such mat-
ters. Be patient and wait
for the procession to fn-
ish.
Be aware of road con-
ditions changing with the
nice weather. Yes, its won-
derful with the sun all day
long, but be aware that at
night, when temperatures
drop, it can leave roads
with an icy layer on top.
Exercise caution... thats
what I am suggesting.
Last, but not least, I
would like to announce
this weeks speeder of
the week. As many of you
know, there is construc-
tion occurring on Highway
#10 on the way to Brandon.
Construction areas have
signs announcing speeds
one should use when pass-
ing workers. Tis week I
happened to catch an old-
er male from Altona, MB
who did not quite catch
the 60km/hr when pass-
ing workers warning. I ap-
proached his window, and
performed my usual rig-
a-marole, License, regis-
tration, do you know why
I pulled you over, yada,
yada, yada. Te male
proudly announced he
had his cruise control set
to 100km/hr. I explained
that it was a 60km/hr zone
when passing workers, and
that he had in fact been go-
ing 100km/hr when pass-
ing the workers. He was
written an $806.50 ticket. I
dont think I made his day
by any means, but I want
to set the precedence that
were out there keeping
construction zones safe.
Slow down. Tere is a lot of
stuf someone can do with
$800. And there you have
this weeks speeder of the
week.
Be safe. See you
around town and enjoy the
sunshine!
2003 Seventeen-year-old Kyle Parrott is of to New
Brunswick as part of Team Manitoba to compete in the
Canada Games. Kyle will compete in the short track 500
metre, 1,000 metre and 1,500 metre speed skating events.
He hopes to qualify for the 3,000 metre event while there.
1993 Close to 120 people gathered at Victoria, BC
on February 20th to celebrate the one thing they had in
common their close connections with Minnedosa. Te
Minnedosa Rally was organized by Don and Marni Bold,
assisted by Stu and Elsie McKay, Ken and Ava Harris, and
Bob and Betty Deacon.
1983 Town Council is budgeting $100,000 towards
the cost of an estimated $250,000 in arena renovations.
Te money will be withdrawn from the Towns general
reserve and replaced over a two or three year period.
1973 Mrs. Larry Spraggs of Erickson found and be-
friended a stray dog and that friendship paid of last week
when Nipper wakened the young housewife before fre
demolished her one-storey home. Te Erickson Volun-
teer Fire Brigade and Hydro crew were able to control the
fre long enough to save many household efects.
1963 Between 450 and 500 people attended the Tink-
ing Day Rally in the Legion Hall Sunday. Scouts and Cubs
from Onanole; Guides and Brownies from Rapid City;
Guides, Cubs and Brownies from Minnedosa, Neepawa
and Shoal Lake all accompanied their leaders and reaf-
frmed their guiding promises.
1923 Seats have arrived to replace those burned with
the South School. Grades 7 and 8 will now go to the North
School while the Town Hall, Queens Hotel, Armoury and
Parish Hall are to accommodate the other grades.
1893 Tere has been no church service in Bethany
for over a month and there probably wont be any until
spring owing to the state of the roads.
1883 (Rumblings of Te Tribunes beginning as re-
ported in the Free Press) Te Conservatives of Minnedosa
are reported to be passing the hat for the establishment
of a newspaper in that town. Te proprietor is to be Wil-
liam Gibbens, late of the Rapid City Standard.
Be respectful of funeral processions
Cops Corner
By
Cst. JUSTIN
HUDDLE
By KATE SJOBERG
T
oday I realized that February is Black History
Month. I forgot. And I didnt write a thing.
It would have been easy, if Id just remembered.
Many of my go-to people for ideas and art (on a near
daily basis) are black. Here are some longtime favou-
rites, and recent discoveries: Esperanza Spalding (Jazz
Basist and teacher); Alice Walker (writer); Ruthie Gilm-
ore Wilson (academic); Michelle Alexander (lawyer);
Angela Davis (intellectual, activist, politician); Quest-
love (musician, bandleader); Zadie Smith (author);
Warsan Shire (poet); Danielle Henderson (academic);
Brendon Ayanbadejo (NFL Football player);Kid Presi-
dent (go fnd him on youtube); bell hooks (writer); Toni
Morrison (writer).
Its ironic and incredibly annoying since Black
History Month exists, in part, because people of co-
lour, have been largely ignored in the written record of
North America, not to mention other places. So, people
set up a whole month to emphasize in the public re-
cord that black folks also live here. Black folks also have
history. Black folks also have culture and traditions and
conficts and stories and education and jobs and pain
and children. And these stories are everyones stories
and they also have specifc context, circumstances and
lineage, like all of our lineages.
Black History Month gets criticized as tokenistic.
Its this one time a year when were all meant to salute
achievements by black people. And then the rest of the
year, we go back to whatever we were doing before.
Some people have the same criticisms of the weekly
church rotation- repentant on Sundays, and something
else for the other six days. But, using the metaphor, this
week, Te Minnedosa Tribune didnt even make it in
the doors.
We always have the option of opening to the full-
ness and complexity of our entire history. All those
stories! Te people who were already and are still here,
and all of us who somehow arrived by hook or by crook,
or a bit more comfortably, because of a need to escape
some other place, or because of wanting to try some-
thing new, or something in between. Te problems,
the mistakes, the stuf some try to forget, along with the
better choices.
Its because Im interested in the complexity that I
like this job. And I still missed the opportunity to dive
into more of it! Sorry everybody.
Remembering Black History Month
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Dear Editor,
J
ust another broken elec-
tion promise for Harper?
In 2005, the Conservative
party approved this policy
declaration: Tat the Con-
servative Government will
repeal Canadas costly gun
registry legislation and
work with the provinces
and territories on cost-
efective gun control pro-
grams designed to keep
guns out of the hands of
criminals while respecting
the rights of law-abiding
Canadians to own and use
f rearms responsibly. Su-
prise, suprise, the long gun
registry is dead but the rest
of C-68 is very alive.
Te current policy is
that every frearm owners
must have a valid posses-
sion certifcate (POL, PAL)
Tis lifetime licensing al-
lows the government to
track f rearm owners for-
ever. Why does this gov-
ernment so distrust the
vast majority of decent
nonviolent frearm owners
that if wants to identify and
track every innocent gen
owner forever? If your fre-
arm possession certifcate
expires, you have become
a paper criminal according
to the current laws. You are
in illegal possession of all
frearms without this piece
of paper called a PAL.
It is estimated that
over 600,000 gun owners
are paper criminals. You
can be charged, lose your
frearms and go to jail for il-
legally possessing frearms
without a valid possession
certif cate. (We have no
property right in Canada).
Te goal of any f rearm
law should be to reduce
crime. Making paper crim-
inals out of law-abiding
citizens is wrong. We need
to identify, register and
track the 176,000 violent
criminals who have gove
through our courts instead
of tracking the eight mil-
lion innocent peaceful re-
sponsible frearm owners.
Please contact your MP.
Your sincerely,
Inky Mark,
Former Member of
Parliament,
Dauphin, MB
Harper continues to make paper
criminals with gun owners
Correction
Our apologies to
Troy Johnson, who
submitted the majority
of the Skate the Lake
article that appeared
on last weeks front
page. We incorrectly
identifed the story as
being written by our
reporter, Kate Sjoberg.
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Ila Ross and family while here to attend
the funeral and burial of Rev. Ken Innes.
Stacie Cardy and daughter Cassandra
returned home Tuesday, February 19th
from Omaha, Nebraska where Cassandra
and her teammates Storm 17 and under
volleyball team of Brandon participated
in a tournament consisting of 450 teams.
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Back Row: Laura Lamb, Ty Burton, Mike Lamb, Keith Erven, Ken Morrice
Middle Row: Colby Pentecost, Adrian Delgaty, Jaden Trotz, Austin Goriak, Gavin Smith, Ryder Smith,
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Middle row: Sara Gaiser, Kaylea Madill, Callie Maguire, Joey Doll, Austin Taylor, Payton Burton
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Middle Row: Colin Robinson, Nolan Bailey, Elmer Yew-Gaywish, Riley Barrett, Riley Dixon, Austin Hall
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Minnedosa Atoms
Back Row: Wes Barrett, Dan Bailey, Lawrence Parrott, Ken Morrice
Middle Row: Kayden Sutherland, Wade Waskul, Bryden McFarlane, Ethan Adnum, Graham Bailey,
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Front Row: Kanyon Flick, Luke Parrott, Chloe Kushner, Cole Cibula, Aleah Morrice, Chase Miller, Robert Tomlinson
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Back Row: Rees MacDonald, Joel Hnybida, Connor English, Ryan McLenehan
Middle Row: Craig Cameron, Scott Stephenson, Levi Gregorash, Brent Cardy, Aiden Arvisais, Colby Ryznar, Nick Cameron,
Chayce Hanson, Micheal Birch
Front Row: Viktor Popp, Dallas Loewen, Hailey Rapsky, Jordan Willey, Katherine Heapy, Nathan Stephenson, Troy Johnson
Missing: Braden Heapy
Back Row: Koreen Miko, Craig Atkinson, Terrace Miko, Curt Cornish, Mike Collyer, Kelsey Connor, Julie Collyer
Middle Row: Iverson Genaille, Konnor Mecas, Ozy Atkinson, Kyla Brewster, Mackenzie McKay, Dylan Miko, Max Collyer,
Taylor Wapikwan Gaywish, Hudson Boyd
Front Row: Jager Atkinson, Ethan Rattlesnake, Parker Soltys, Kaius Kroeker, Noah Cornish, Erica Miko, Nathan Ferguson
Missing: Logan Lovegrove
Back Row: Jared Dornn, Logan Patterson, Tanner Bilcowski, Kyle Wahoski, Tyson Bachewich
Middle Row: Dave LeBoutillier, Tyler Jacobson, Colton Spraggs, Tyler Curle, Clay Bergeson, Stuart Kingdon, Cody Lane,
Braden DeMontigny, Brayden Kreshewski, Brock Johnson, Scott DeMontigny
Front Row: Alex Grifths, Shane Cameron, Blake Marchischuk, Bryce Stephenson, Wyatt Rapsky, Matt Grey
Minnedosa Bantams
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ALL THE WAY!
Minnedosa
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WAY TO GO!
Its been a long
hard season, but
every time you
play, you know
a little more
than you did last
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By KATE SJOBERG
O
ver 400 registrants
came out to last
weekends Minnedosa
Firef ghters Relic Snow-
mobile Derby, some from
as far away as Lethbridge,
AB. Te annual fundraiser
benefts the local fre de-
partment and features
three check points, a prize
for best sled, the occasion-
al smoking motor and real-
ly rad, old snowmachines.
Te derby has been active
for 21 years.
One of the check-
points has traditionally
been at the Woodcocks
farm where fresh cut and
fried fries are ofered free
to riders. Tis continued
this year despite Deputy
Fire Chief, Kirk Wood-
cocks recent passing. In
Woodcocks honour, a
photo of the volunteer fre-
fghter in his gear was set
up along with a donation
bowl at the checkpoint. Ac-
cording to organizer Mike
Kowal, participants dug
deep. Tis was one of his
(Kirks) favourite events,
and he was such a big part
of it, said Mike. People
saw the picture, and some
learned of his death at the
event. Over $1,000 was
placed in the pot, and the
organizers will add to it in
order to ofer $1,500 to the
Heart and Stroke Founda-
tion in Kirk Woodcocks
name.
Kowal said the most
interesting sled he saw
was a snow bug made in
Ontario. Te machine has
a cockpit for the driver,
with the motor behind the
drivers seat. He fgures
that one was built in the
1950s or 60s. John Brown
Jr., Kevin Cleaver and Ni-
cole Colleen won the top
three spots, and shared
over $2,000 in prize mon-
ey between them. Mark
Chemerika won the an-
tique snowmobile raf e,
taking home a 1971 Mo-
toski.
Relic Run honours snowmobilers memory
Photo by Kate Sjoberg
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(L-R) Sally Labelle (Valley Snow Hawks) and Colleen McNabb (RBC) with
the new Valley Snow Hawk Snowmobile trail map at the staging area on
the beach. Local businesses, the Economic Development Of ce, and RBC
contributed towards the sign and printing of informational pamphlets.
By RAVENS GLEN WI
J
ack and Xisra Lamb were
in Winnipeg on Feb-
ruary 16th attending the
wedding of Xisras sister
and Beryls granddaugh-
ter. Andrea Bumstead and
Mike Silk were united in
marriage with all the fes-
tivities held at a hotel.
Harrison House Board
of Directors held their
AGM on February 23rd
at Harrison House. Te
statistics show they had
another very successful
year, thanks to all the se-
niors who use the program
regularly. Well be intro-
ducing two new casual
cooks during the month of
March, Cindy Dalke and
Diane Usick and we hope
all seniors will attend and
meet them and enjoy their
meals. 2013 is the start of
our 25th year providing a
hot noon meal to our se-
niors, allowing many of
them to remain in their
homes much longer.
Te Junior Curlers held
their wrap-up bonspiel on
February 22nd at the rink
with great ice conditions.
Tey played two games
and then broke for sup-
per which was provided by
the parents and then had
two more draws follow-
ing. Congratulations to the
winning rink: Eric Lamb,
Ryan Pedersen, Lucas Ped-
ersen and Tyler Dalke. Te
other rinks were made up
of: Lacey and Lindsay Win-
stone, Wyatt Lamb, Aaron
and Ethan Lott, Jenna Rys-
tephanuk, Danielle Clark,
George Ward, Shelby
and Brooks Watson, Jorja
Pedersen, Jayce Waddell,
Michaela and Shaun Kry-
shewsyy, Kristi Morris and
Marika Dewar-Norosky.
Everyone was a winner
and there were prizes for
each player! Over 20 chil-
dren enjoyed after school
curling every Friday after-
noon during this curling
season.
Our best wishes to
Gaylene Stimpson who
ended up in Brandon
Hospital a day before she
was too celebrate her 80th
birthday. Her birthday
bash had to be cancelled,
so instead of enjoying
your cake Gaylene, all your
Newdale friends wish you
a very happy birthday and
much better health for
your 80th year!
Shelley Zahaiko spent
a few days in Winnipeg
babysitting this last week
while Allison tries to get
back into working mode as
her maternity leave is now
complete.
Mr. Frykodas high
school students enjoyed
an Arctic Expedition last
Friday when they travelled
to Winnipeg for a day of
outdoor activities. Tey
strapped on their snow-
shoes and made their way
around seven separate
Arctic stations on a fro-
zen lake, where they took
ice, water and snow sam-
ples, learned how animals
survive the Arctic winters,
learned about Arctic cli-
mate and weather during
their long winters. It made
for a very educational and
fun day.
Snow Hawks introduce new
sign at beach loading ramp
Photo by Kate Sjoberg
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SUBMITTED
I
t was 75 years ago that
the Erickson Area held
their frst organizational
meeting on January 27th,
1938 to discuss the possi-
bilities of starting a curling
club and building a rink. In
the summer of 1940, with
the help of local farmers
and townsmen, the build-
ing was erected. Wick-
dahls sawed and planed
the lumber at their mill and
hauled it into town. Ted
Neilson was hired as head
carpenter and the work-
ers were paid 35 cents per
hour to go toward shares
in the rink. Windows were
also donated so the biggest
expenses were shingles
and nails. Te frst curl-
ing rocks were purchased
in Winnipeg and paid for
by individuals within the
community. Te curling
fee for the opening bon-
spiel was 25 cents each
and to curl for the winter
was $4.00 and the students
paid $2.00.
When the Erickson
Memorial Arena was com-
pleted in 1953, it was of-
fered to the Curling Club
for use during the Annual
Mixed Bonspiel. Some
years saw as many as 67
rinks competing from
Erickson and surrounding
districts. With the arenas
space and kitchen facili-
ties came the custom of
serving meals during the
Bonspiel. Ladies from the
entire community served
throughout the week and
the meals were well sup-
ported by curlers and non-
curlers alike. Even though
we no longer have 67 rinks,
Erickson has been fortun-
ate to have 24 entries over
the last few years. With
the help of curlers and
non-curler volunteers
the Annual Bonspiel this
weekend still continues
with the tradition of serv-
ing meals but hosted only
on Saturday and Sunday.
After these many years,
still a good opportunity to
enjoy a meal and visit with
friends and neighbours.
In 1966 came the f rst
thoughts about building
a new recreation centre
which would include four
sheets of artifcial curling
ice. Being unable to re-
ceive any grants or much
support at this time, things
didnt really get started
until 1973. Te of cial
opening of the Recreation
Centre was held on Octo-
ber 18th, 1975 with a com-
munity supper, opening
ceremonies and a dance.
On November 1st, 1980
only six years after comple-
tion of the Recreation Cen-
tre they held their Mort-
gage Burning ceremonies.
To pay of the $175,000.00
cost to erect the Recrea-
tion Centre, in such a short
time, is a tribute to which
Erickson and area com-
munities can be proud.
In 2004, the new Re-
creation Centre was in dire
need of roof repairs and
insulation. So an actual
new roof was built over the
existing roof and all the
walls were insulated to im-
prove energy ef ciency, to
reduce operating costs and
improve the curling ice.
Te committee was busy
applying for grants and
fundraising to fund the
project. But these renova-
tions would not have been
possible without the 30
residents of Erickson and
surrounding communities
personally guaranteeing
the amount of $1,000 each.
We are happy to announce
that this latest mortgage is
now paid and we will be
celebrating another Mort-
gage Burning Ceremonies
during the Erickson Annu-
al Bonspiel this weekend.
Te next project is to
hopefully renovate the
bathrooms for wheel-
chair accessibility and the
kitchen within this facility.
We are fortunate that the
Erickson Recreation Cen-
tre is utilized for not only
curling, but the Kiddie
Kollege, Graduation Cere-
monies, various weddings
and the Erickson Archerys
indoor shoot. So with 75
years completed, it will be
interesting where the next
75 years will lead us.
By BERYL PARROTT
A
lda Miller spent a week
with Hayden and Ni-
cole Kaastra at Wawanesa,
MB recently.
Congratulations to
Loreen and Carter Walls
for placing second in the
Talent show at Glenella,
MB on February 16th.
Congratulations to the
Kelly Robertson rink and
the Chudley rink for their
excellent performance at
the Safeway Select Bon-
spiel in Neepawa.
Did you notice how
many Minnedosa youth
are players in the Neepawa
Hockey Teams?
Karen Haynes of Mor-
den, MB is spending a
week at the home of Roger
and Marie Haynes.
Tought for the day:
If all your dreams dont
come true, dont fret, your
nightmares dont either.
By DOREEN TROTT
B
elated condolences are extended to Ila McNabb and
her family on the recent passing of brother-in-law
and uncle, Ernest Briese. Our sympathy also to Audrey
Briese and family.
Malcolm and Shirley Rose attended a hockey game
in Rapid City Friday evening. Colton, Kienna and Keely
Rose were playing.
Our elementary Rapid City scholars had an extra
holiday from school on Friday. Tere was a domestic dis-
turbance at a house near the school. Ten houses were
evacuated. In all, more excitement than Rapid City want-
ed.
Mike, Maria, Rosemary and Jasper Lea of Winnipeg
spent the weekend with Malcolm and Shirley Rose.
Henry and Phyllis Winder motored to Crawford Park
on Saturday where they attended the 75th birthday tea in
honour of sister, Alice Grif ths. Congratulations!
Malcolm and Shirley Rose visited on Monday with
Olive Johns of Rivers.
February 21st
1st - Wilma Jones/Gwen
Hofman.
2nd - Cheryl Orr/Linda
Vint.
3rd - (tie)Eunice Girling/
Audrah Caughel l ;
Norman Peterson/
Carol Lonsdale.
Elin Klym, Territory Sales Manager for Bayer
Crop Science, presents a $500 cheque to Shauna
Sotas-Burton for the Tanners Crossing
Playground Enhancement Committees new
play structure fundraising campaign.
CADURCIS NEWS
FRANKLIN NEWS
Erickson Curling Association 75 years in the making
Bridge Club
results
$500 donated to
TCS playstructure
Photo by Darryl Holyk
Erickson Curling Association
Beef Supper
Saturday, March 2nd
&
Turkey Supper
Sunday, March 3rd
from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Mortgage Burning Ceremonies on
Saturday @ 6:00 p.m.
All are welcome to attend!
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By TRISTAN LABELLE
M
embers of the Minnedosa Multi-Purpose and 4-H
For Teens Clubs and their families gathered to-
gether at the Ukrainian Hall on February 21st for their an-
nual Communication Night.
Tere were 21 awesome speeches and visuals from
4-Hers ages 7-17. 1st place in the Cloverbud speech went
to Elliot MacDonald and 2nd place went to older sister
Janessa MacDonald. 1st place Cloverbud 1 person visual
went to Torynn Dmytriw. In the Junior speech category
1st place went to Rayna Topham and 2nd went to Morgan
Pugh. Linnae Topham came in 1st in the Intermediate
speech category. Brent Cardy placed 1st in the Inter-
mediate 1 person visual and Tristan LaBelle and Leland
Bramley placed 1st in the Intermediate 2 person visual.
In the Senior speech category Cassandra Cardy came
in 1st and Norman Sims 2nd. Ben and Callum Read re-
ceived 1st in the Senior 2 person visual.
Members of the community who came to judge the
presentations were: Rick Bilcowski, Vivian Bazin, Mau-
reen Bailey, Ray Baloun, Kimme Parrot and Jackie Birch.
Teir great knowledge and willingness to volunteer their
time is really appreciated.
4-H members placing in the top two in each category
will advance to Zone Communication competition on
March 3rd at the Minnedosa Collegiate. Good luck to you
all!
Novice
By NANCY MILLER
T
he playof s are un-
derway and the Nov-
ice Bombers have been
working hard. With three
straight wins so far they are
well on their way. What an
exciting time for our hock-
ey players.
On February 19th they
travelled to Neepawa to
play their frst playof game
against the Neepawa Na-
tives. Goals were scored
by Cole Topham and Vic-
tor Lamb resulting in a win
7-3. First playof game a
success.
On February 23rd we
hosted the Neepawa Na-
tives and once again came
out on top with a score of
8-3. Goals were scored by
Cole Topham, Victor Lamb,
and Callie Maguire assist-
ing was Payton Burton and
Austin Taylor. Good job
players. With the second
game under their belts, all
the players were feeling
conf dent and strong for
the third game.
On February 25th we
hosted the Neepawa Hawks
and after a strong game
and excellent team playing
by all, the Bombers won
13-4. Goals were scored
by Cole Topham, Brooklyn
Hedley, Victor Lamb, and
Callie Maguire with assists
by Kyler Sutherland, Owen
Miller, Emma Austin, and
Austin Taylor. You should
of seen the excitement on
the ice. (and in the stands)
We played the Neepa-
wa Hawks on February
26th for the second game
(scores not available at
press time) and if need-
ed game three will be in
Neepawa this weekend. If
the Novice Bombers win
this series it is still unde-
termined as to which team
we will play next, but I can
tell you that it will be in the
West.
Good luck Bombers!
Skate hard and try your
best and most of all HAVE
FUN!
Atoms
By JENN MERRITT
O
n February 21st the
Atoms began their
playof rounds, by travel-
ling to Onanole to take on
the EOS Wildcats in their
frst out of three games.
Period one, both
teams were matched at one
a piece. It was an intense
game and by the end of the
third period, both teams
would remain tied at 2-2.
After almost two full over-
time periods, the Bomb-
ers unfortunately would
walk away with a 3-2 loss,
against the Wildcats. Goal/
assist went to; Graham Bai-
ley (1G) and Konlyn Ne-
metcheck (1G).
Te second game of
the playofs, the Bombers
would take the home ad-
vantage game on Saturday
the 23rd, again against the
Wildcats.
Te f rst period saw
the Bombers take a 2-1
lead over the Wildcats.
Minnedosa would net an-
other two goals in the sec-
ond to bring the score to
4-2. After the fnal round,
the Bombers skated away
with a f nal score of 6-3
over the Wildcats.
Goals/ assists were
awarded to: Carter Hed-
ley (Hat Trick, 2A), Ethan
Adnum (1G), Chase Miller
(1G), Kayden Sutherland
(1G), Lucas Parrott (2A),
Kanyon Flick (1A) and
Wade Waskul (1A).
Great job team and
well done to Cole Cibula,
for another consistently
well played game in net!
Now with both teams
holding one win each
they met up for their fnal
match of the season, on
Sunday, February 24th.
Minnedosa had their cheer
posters (check), noisemak-
ers (check) and an excited
group of fans, to cheer
them on.
In the f rst period the
Bombers took a quick lead,
netting three goals, with
a score of 3-0. Period two
would prove to be another
hard fought round, with
them adding another three
goals, to advance their
lead, 6-0. Finally the third
period would hold the vic-
tory for the Bombers, who
skated away with an 8-0
win.
Goals/assists went
to: Chloe Kushner (2G),
Carter Hedley (2G, 1A),
Wade Waskul (1G), Lu-
cas Parrott (1G), Kayden
Sutherland (1G), Bryden
McFarlane (1G), Chase
Miller (1A), Graham Bailey
(1A), Erik Barrett (1A) and
Konlyn Nemetchek with
(1A).
Cole Cibula dominat-
ed in net, earning himself
a well deserved shut out.
Great job, Cole!
Each player on the At-
oms team contributed to
the win. Te combination
of some excellent passing,
a lot of shots on net and a
lot of hard skating sealed
the game for the Bombers.
Well done, team!
T e Bombers will
now advance into the sec-
ond round of playofs.
Minnedosa will face of
against Ste. Rose, in the
next round of best out of
three.
Starting this evening,
the Minnedosa Atoms
team will host the A Atoms
Provincials, over the week-
end. Please come out and
support our team. Good
luck Atoms!
Pee Wee 12s
By CRISSY KOWAL
M
innedosas Pee Wee
12s saw their season
come to an end at home on
Tursday, February 21st
when Brandon won their
second straight in the quar-
ter fnal best of three. Te
Bombers kept things close
in the frst tying things up
at two apiece before the
end of the period. Howev-
er, Brandon would double
up their lead in the second
and put the game out of
reach by the mid-point of
the third. Te puck didnt
seem to want to bounce
Minnedosas way as they
just couldnt capitalize on
many good scoring chanc-
es. Tey did f nd the back
of the net a couple more
times in the third to make it
a little closer with the game
ending in a fnal score of
8-4. Nathan Dornn, Zane
MacDonald and Braeden
Good each with one goal -
no info recorded on game
sheet for goal number two.
One assist each to Joe Lane
and Zane MacDonald; Joe
Lane netminder.
Te team still has some
hockey ahead of them as
they will take part in Pro-
vincials which is upcoming
in Sagkeeng. Good Luck
Bombers!
SUBMITTED
B
owlers of the month are: Vivian Cullen +4 and Don
Jones +1. Congratulations.
Bowlers of the week are: Vivian Cullen 178, 145
(+84T) and Robert Hendry 266 (55T).
Other good games: Geraldine Swiscoski 139, 137;
Rita Robitaille-Gillies 101, 100; Caroline Mansell 192,
196, 210; Bev Chapski 156, 154; Gladys Murray 184; Bud
Amy 178; Gwen Orr 154; Don Jones 192; Fred Stonehouse
130.
Te Fabulous Five are leading with 74.5 followed by
Te Blasters 67.5, Rosemarys Babys 61.5, Wanna Bees 55,
Stryke Force 55 and Sharp Shooters 46.5.
Good luck next week.
Golden Agers bowling results
Minor Hockey Report
Minnedosa 4-H
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BRIDAL SHOWER
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ENGAGEMENT
ANNOUNCEMENT
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our readers know! Place an
ad in Te Tribune Classifeds
starting at $9.00 plus tax. (tfn).
Watkins. Call Elaine at
204-761-2938 (evenings).
Signature Homestyles
products (home decor and or-
ganizational pieces) are being
ofered through an independ-
ent representative in Minne-
dosa! For more information
on how I can help you organ-
ize and decorate your home,
please call 204-867-5544
after 5:00 p.m. or visit www.
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camillemarnock (tfn)
Book Your
Spot Today!
Grain land wanted to
rent in areas of Elphinstone,
Sandy Lake, Onanole and
Erickson. 204-867-4223 or
204-476-4900. (46-10x)

Minnedosa Grain Grow-
ing Project (Canadian Food
Grains Bank) is actively seek-
ing a parcel of land to rent
for the 2013 crop year. Please
contact Neil at 204-874-2206
or Glen at 204-867-0042.
(50-8)
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Home 204-867-2546
Cell 204-867-7126
w/w
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& Greenhouses
204-386-2354 [
1 bedroom apartment in
Minnedosa. Phone 204-728-
8609. (50-tfn)

1 bedroom apartment
for rent. Centrally located
in the town of Minnedosa.
$400/month, utilities includ-
ed. Call Trish at 204-867-3147
between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.
(50-tfn)
A come and go bridal
shower in honour of Jenn
Gordon, fance of Dillon
McMechan, will take place on
Sunday, March 10th from2:00
4:00 p.m. at the home of
Jackie Peckover, 197 - 8th Av-
enue SW, Minnedosa. Please
accept this as your invitation.
(51-2x)
Aow Building:
6FHQLF5LGJH(VWDWHV
Condos
2 units Available, 175 ft2
2 bedroom, 1 / bathrooms
For details call
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of Sutton Harrison Realty
87-5444
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Located on #10 Highway just south of Rapid City junction.
For the month of March we are ofering a 10% discount of the cost of a
stay of 5 days or more. Call or email for rates and information.
Ph 204-826-2849
email k9countrydogretreat@hotmail.com
[
Qualifed Painter with
25 years experience. All work
guaranteed. Call Blaine at
204-874-2399. (43-tfn)
Kayla Grahams Child
Care Program currently has
a full-time infant spot avail-
able. I am an Early Childhood
Educator and run a licensed
home daycare. Hours of oper-
ation 7:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m. For
more information call 204-
867-5523.
DAYCARE
Dennis and Colleen McNabb
of Minnedosa and
Nestor and Marlene
Kostenchuk
of Mountain Road
are thrilled to announce the
engagement of their children
Carmen McNabb
and
Dennis Kostenchuk.
Teir wedding will be held
on May 4, 2013.
Tere will be a come and
go shower
for Carmen on March 3, 2013
from 2-4p.m.
at the Ukrainian Hall
in Minnedosa
and a pre-wedding social has
been planned for the couple.
(50-2x)
We are delighted to announce
the arrival of our daughter
Ella Ann
January 11, 2013
7 pounds 8 ounces
Chris Melendy and
Beth Eagan.
BIRTH
ANNOUNCEMENT
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Looking for upcoming
bride-to-bes who would like
to receive beautiful decor
and organizational pieces
for their home. Call 204-867-
5544 after 5 p.m. to register
for your Signature Homestyles
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Vintage advertising
items such as signs, displays,
clock, thermometers, etc.
Phone 204-867-2327. (48-4x)
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youd like to let everyone
know about? Get the word
out there with a Coming
Event listing in Te Tribune.
Ads starting at $9.00 plus tax.
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UCT Bingo at Ukrainian
Hall, Tuesday nights. Doors
open at 6:00 p.m. Early bird at
7:00 p.m. followed by regular
games. License #3359 B1 and
3359 BO. (47-tfn)
Rapid City Community
Complex 10th Annual Vin-
tage Snowmobile Poker Der-
by and Skate-A-Ton, Sun-
day, March 3rd. Registration
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the rink.
$5.00 per hand. All snow-
mobiles welcome. Call Scott
Moore 204-826-2387. (49-3)
Minnedosa Kinettes An-
nual Trivia Night: Saturday,
March 2nd at Minnedosa
Curling Club. Come out and
enjoy a fun evening with
friends! Doors open at 6:30
p.m., game starts at 7:00 p.m.
Register teams of 4 8 with
Erin at 204-874-2385. $10.00/
person, lunch served. Limit-
ed number of teams! Register
early! (49-3)
Erickson Community
Lenten Services. Prayer,
Complimentary soup and
bread will be held on the fol-
lowing Tursdays at 12:00
noon. February 21st and
March 7th at Erickson Luther-
an Church. February 28th
and March 14th at St. Judes
Roman Catholic Church.
March 21st at Erickson Lu-
theran Church hosted by
the Onanole United Church.
Worship together and have
lunch. (49-5)
Te MCI Senior Band
will be holding a fundraising
concert for their upcoming
trip to Edmonton in April on
Tuesday, March 12th at 7:00
p.m. in the TCS gym. Tis will
be a special concert in which
audience members can enjoy
delicious desserts while being
entertained by Minnedosas
fnest musicians. We will also
be holding a silent auction,
and prizes (no matter how
big or small) are currently be-
ing collected. Any musicians
interested in performing
that evening should contact
Stephanie Crouse at scrouse@
rrsd.mb.ca. Admission is $5/
adult, $2/student, and free for
preschoolers. (51-2)
programs are now available
at Rivers Home Hardware and
Minnedosa Pharmacy.
St. Patricks Day Tea and
Bake Sale at Minnedosa United
Church on Saturday, March
16th from 2:00 4:00 p.m.
Everyone welcome! (51-3x)
Full part-time position
for counter clerk. Mail re-
sume to Box 930 B, Minne-
dosa, MB, R0J 1E0. (49-4)
ROLLING RIVER SCHOOL DIVISION
requires the services oI an
Educational Assistant
Ior an average oI 5.5 hours per day
starting Monday, March 18, 2013
at
Minnedosa Collegiate
The successIul candidate will be a grade 12 graduate and possess
the skills required to work with a special needs student in the
classroom in the Senior Years.
Applicants will be subject to a Criminal Records and Vulnerable
Sectors Check and Child Abuse Registry Check.
Qualifed applicants are requested to submit a covering letter with
a comprehensive resume, addressing the stated qualifcations and
naming three work related reIerences by
Friday, March 8th, 2013 at 12 Noon.
Applications may be Iorwarded to:
Mrs. Doreen Hutton
Superintendent`s Department
Rolling River School Division
P.O. Box 1170
Minnedosa, MB. RO1 1EO
Phone: 204-867-2754
Fax: 204-867-2037
E-Mail: dhuttonrrsd.mb.ca
(iI resume is e-mailed, please use MS Word)
Onlv those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.
We would like to thank all applicants for their interest in
Rolling River School Division.
STARRY NIGHT
SPRING PAGEANT
MARCH 17TH
There's still time
to register for a natural
pageant in Winnipeg.
Open to all ages.
Boys and Girls.
Everyone receives
prizes & gifts just for
being on stage.
To register or for info:
prairiepageants@gmail.com
306-502-3039
http://
www.allcanadianpageants.com/
starry-nights-pageant-winnipeg/
Te Minnedosa A.O.T.S.
Mens Club semi-annual
PANCAKE SUPPER will be
held at the United Church
on April 15th, 2013. Sup-
per served beginning at 5:00
p.m. ALL YOU CAN EAT. ALL
WELCOME! (51-2x)
Class I Driver to haul
grain and fertilizer. Apply to
Box 65, Minnedosa or con-
tact Parry at 204-867-7106.
(51-3x)
Riding Mountain
National Park of
Canada

Indeterminate Seasonal
Positions

Maintenance Worker II
GL-MAN-03
$20.08 to $21.82/hr
(under review)

Closing March 20, 2013

Visit our website to view this
job opportunity
or for more information
contact
Shelley Neustater
Human Resources
204-848-7210
Shelley.Neustater@pc.gc.ca
www.pc.gc.ca/eng/pn-np/mb/riding/
index.aspx
or
http://ow.ly/6AEQe
13025hh02
CLASS 1 DRIVERS
required to transport
liquid in MB, SK, AB, &
ND.
Start @ $0.45/mile
Bonus, benefits,
and pension.
Based in Brandon, MB
Call Tyler @
204.571.0187
or email
theuchert@
renaissancetrans.ca
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ADVERTISING:
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IN MEMORIAM
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, March 1, 2013
TENDERS
NOTICE OF TENDER
THE BEND CEMETERY
The Rural Municipality oI Strathclair is accepting
tenders Ior the caretaking oI The Bend Cemetery Ior
the 2013 summer season. Duties include mowing,
trimming and general maintenance using your own
equipment. Tenders are to be submitted to the
undersigned by 5:00 p.m. March 22, 2013 clearly
marked 'The Bend Cemetery Tender.
Shelley Glenn, CMMA
Chief Administrative Ofcer
R.M. of Strathclair
P.O. Box 160
Strathclair, Mb.
R01 2C0

NOTICE OF TENDER
ELPHINSTONE ROMAN CATHOLIC
CEMETERY CARETAKER
The Rural Municipality oI Strathclair is accepting
tenders Ior the caretaking oI the Elphinstone Roman
Catholic Cemetery Ior the 2013 summer season. Duties
include mowing, trimming and general maintenance
using your own equipment. Tenders are to be
submitted to the undersigned by 5:00 p.m.
March 22, 2013 clearly marked 'Elphinstone Roman
Catholic Cemetery Tender.
Shelley Glenn, CMMA
Chief Administrative Ofcer
R.M. of Strathclair
P.O. Box 160
Strathclair, Mb.
R01 2C0

NOTICE OF TENDER
MENZIE UKRAINIAN CATHOLIC CEMETERY
AND MENZIE UKRAINIAN ORTHODOX
CEMETERY CARETAKER
The Rural Municipality oI Strathclair is accepting tenders Ior
the caretaking oI the Menzie Ukrainian Catholic Cemetery,
the Menzie Ukrainian Orthodox Cemetery and the Menzie
Pioneer House and Cairn grounds and church Ior the 2013
summer season. Duties are mowing, trimming and general
maintenance using your own equipment. Tenders are to be
submitted to the undersigned by 5:00 p.m. March 22, 2013,
clearly marked 'Menzie Cemetery`s Tender.
Shelley Glenn, CMMA
Chief Administrative Ofcer
R.M. of Strathclair
P.O. Box 160
Strathclair, MB.
R01 2C0

NOTICE OF TENDER
STRATHCLAIR MUNICIPAL
CEMETERY
The Rural Municipality oI Strathclair is accepting
tenders Ior the caretaking oI the Strathclair Municipal
Cemetery Ior the 2013 summer season. Duties include
mowing, trimming and general maintenance using your
own equipment. Tenders are to be submitted to the
undersigned by 5:00 p.m. March 22, 2013 clearly
marked 'Strathclair Municipal Cemetery Tender.
Shelley Glenn, CMMA
Chief Administrative Ofcer
R.M. of Strathclair
P.O. Box 160
Strathclair, Mb.
R01 2C0

GRAVEL CRUSHING TENDER


The Council oI the R.M. oI Strathclair will be
accepting tenders Ior crushing approximately 30,000
yards oI gravel in the Municipal Pit located on
SE 30-17-21WPM. Contact 204-365-2196 Ior more
detailed inIormation. Tenders must be submitted to the
undersigned no later than 5:00 p.m. March 15, 2013 to
be considered. Lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
Shelley Glenn, CMMA
Chief Administrative Ofcer
R.M. of Strathclair
P.O. Box 160
Strathclair, Mb.
R01 2C0

GRAVEL HAULING TENDER


The Rural Municipality oI Strathclair will accept
tenders Ior the 2013 gravel hauling project. (1) loading
and hauling Irom stockpile (2) hauling Irom crusher.
Approximately 30,000 yards oI gravel to be deposited
on Municipal roads. P.R. roads will be separate and
decided at a later date. Tenders must show price
per yard mile Irom the Municipal pit located on SE
30-17-21wpm and can be submitted as Iollows:
1) Price per yard/mile to load and haul Irom
stockpile or haul Irom crusher. Gravelling Ior the whole
Municipality Ior either a one year or two year
contract; and/or 2) Price per yard/mile to load
and haul Irom stockpile or haul Irom crusher, by
individual township Ior either a one-year or two
year contract. Road gravelling to be completed by
July 31, 2013. Tenders are to be submitted to the
Municipal OIfce no later than 5:00 p.m. March 15, 2013
clearly marked 'Gravel Hauling Tender. Lowest or any
tender not necessarily accepted.
Shelley Glenn, CMMA
Chief Administrative Ofcer
R.M. of Strathclair
P.O. Box 160
Strathclair, Mb.
R01 2C0

Tender
Heritage Co-op is accepting tenders for the following items:
1. 1412 CE Fertilizer Bin in Erickson 1412 CE (approx. 2088 bushels or 70
tonnes)
2. 1412 CE Fertilizer Bin in Erickson 1412 CE (approx. 2088 bushels or 70
tonnes)
3. 1412 CE Fertilizer Bin in Erickson 1412 CE (approx. 2088 bushels or 70
tonnes)
4. Sakundiak 8 x 1600 Auger with 24HP Honda motor and Wheatheart SP Kit
5. Wheatheart transfer auger with 9HP Honda motor
6. 1998 Chevrolet 1500 pickup truck
7. NH3 trailer with 1000 gal tank (not certifed)
8. NH3 trailer with 1000 gal tank (not certifed)
9. NH3 trailer with 1000 gal tank (not certifed)
10. NH3 trailer without tank
11. NH3 trailer without tank
12. NH3 trailer without tank
13. NH3 trailer without tank
14. Fuel truck tank body taken of tandem truck (16,800L capacity)
15. Fuel truck tank body taken of tandem truck (16,800L capacity)
16. 2004 Chevrolet Venture Van
17. 8x 16 Utility Auger with 5 HP Electric Motor
18. 8x 16 Utility Auger with 5 Extension and 5 HP Electric Motor
19. 7x 16 Utility Auger with 5 HP Electric Motor
20. 7x 16 Utility Auger with 5 HP Electric Motor
21. 7x 16 Utility Auger with 5 Extension and 5 HP Electric Motor
For more information or the locations of the above items contact 204-867-2749.
Please specify the number of the item you are tendering on. All items will be sold
as is where is. All applicable taxes will be added to the tenders. Tenders are to
be submitted to the Heritage Co-op Agro, Erickson Gas Bar or the Administration
ofce no later than 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 6, 2013. Highest or any ten-
der not necessarily accepted.
Stewart Boyd Agro Manager
Heritage Co-op 1997 Ltd.
P.O. Box 1050
Minnedosa, MB, R0J 1E0
HERITAGE CO-OP
serving the communities of
Minnedosa, Brandon, Wawanesa, Erickson & Sandy Lake

TENDER
Tenders will be accepted by the Rural Municipality
of Harrison for their 2013 Road Gravelling Program.
Please submit tenders Ior the Iollowing:
- Crush, load and haul gravel Irom various gravel pits
Tenders to be based on a one year term.
Gravelling program is to be completed no later than
July 15th oI each year, and a penalty oI $100.00 per day
will be charged aIter this date.
Prescribed Iorms which are available at the Municipal
OIfce must be used Ior tendering.
Tenders to be in the hands oI the ChieI Administrative
OIfcer by 5:00 p.m. March 5, 2013 and marked
'Gravel Tender. Lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
Donna Memryk - CMMA
Chief Administrative Ofcer
Phone: (204) 849-2107
Fax: (204) 849-2190
Email: rmharrisinetbiz.ca
R.M. of Harrison
Box 220
Newdale, MB
R01 110

In Loving Memory of
Nellie Woychyshyn
September 2, 1929
March 3, 2007
When thoughts go back
As they often do
We treasure the memories
we have of you.
Tis day is remembered
and quietly kept
No words are needed,
Well never forget.
Lovingly remembered by
husband Wally,
daughter Enid and Jef.
(x)
In Loving Memory of
Jack Butler
Who passed away
March 1, 2006
Nothing can ever take away
Te love a heart holds dear;
Fond memories linger
every day
Remembrance keeps him
near.
Lovingly remembered by
Wife Doris and family.
(x)
In Loving Memory of
Elaine Anne Challborn
Who left us on
March 6, 2008
Tere is someone who
misses you sadly,
And fnds the time long
since you went.
Tere is someone who
thinks of you always,
And tries to be
brave and content.
Gone is the face we all
loved so dear,
Silent the voice we
loved to hear.
Tis sad but true we
wonder why,
Te best are always the
frst to die.
Forever loved and dearly
missed by her parents Peter
and Margaret, sisters Marie,
Linda, Janet, Carla, Jackie
and their families.
(x)
If your
label reads
Its time
to renew!
Call 204-
867-3816
13/03/31
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Riding Mountain National Park.
R.M. of Minto
Very scenic Iarm with Little
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Excellent cattle Iacilities, heated shop,
quonset and 1,500 sq. It. 4 bedroom
home. This is a beautiIul Iarm in a great
location only 1 1/2 miles oII pavement.
Building Lot, Minnedosa
Great location with the 100` x 120`
building lot. Only minutes to the lake.
24` x 20` heated shop on property and
much oI the landscaping done only
adds to this great lot. Sloping lot lends
itselI well to a walkout basement.
Gwen Usick
Alternate Broker
Ph: 867-4657
Fax: 867-2150
gwenu@mts.net
PRAIRIE MOUNTAIN
IndependentlyOwned
andOperated
Minnedosa
4 bedroom, 2 bath, 1
3/4 storey character
home remodeled maple
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MLS#1222469
$199,900
Strathclair
Immaculate 2006
3 bedroom, 2 bath
mobile home on a
70.40` x 200` lot
Ieaturing oak cabinets,
laminate fooring 11,
cathedral ceiling, 12`x65`
deck, greenhouse, shed
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MLS#1221713
$145,000
Shoal Lake
Recently renovated 3
bedroom 2 bath bungalow
on a corner lot with veg
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$113,000
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$395,000
Minnedosa
Close to downtown!
Nice 1 3/4 storey home
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LIFE REMEMBERED
Victoria Augusta Doris Schenk
(nee: Field)
-
Victoria passed away peacefully in her 95 th year on Saturday February 2nd, 2013 in the
Minnedosa District Hospital after a short illness. Her memorial service was held on February
9th, 2013 at Cadurcis United Church.
She was preceded by her husband Wilbert on March 17th, 2001 after 53 years of marriage. She
will always be lovingly remembered by her four daughters and their husbands, Linda and Jack
Baker of Bowmanville, Ontario, Marjorie and Phillip Asmussen of Alice Springs, Australia, Norma
and Ray Howes of Rock Creek, B.C. and Eleanor and Jim Graham of Minnedosa, Manitoba; her
nine grandchildren and partners: George and Crissy Baker, Bruce and Elise Baker, Carol (Baker)
and Philip Hendricks, Mark Asmussen, Laura Asmussen, Lindsay Howes, Jefery Howes, Kate
Graham and Matt Pass, and Bee-Jay Graham; her four young great-grandchildren Jake Baker,
Reid, Jason and Emma Hendricks.
Victoria was born to Dr. William and Sarah Field on December 24th, 1918 in Swift Current,
Saskatchewan. She had an older half-brother, Charles and a younger sister, Wilma. Tey grew
up in Swift Current, Saskatchewan and in that time they spent some summers on the farm in
Minnedosa with her uncles and aunt: Harry and Syd Field and Pearl and Harold Dickie. She
graduated from high school and then went to Ottawa where she worked in government of ces.
She married Wilbert Schenk in 1947 and they moved to Charlton, Ontario where they farmed
and raised their four daughters. In 1964, they moved to the Field Family farm and farmed there
until they retired in 1986 when they moved to Victoria, BC. Te family farm is now owned and
operated by her youngest daughter, Eleanor and her husband Jim Graham. In December 2012,
Victoria moved back to the family farm to live with Eleanor and Jim and grandson Beejay.
She was always a very positive person and enriched the lives of all who knew her. She was active
in Womens Institute, 4-H clubs (a leader for over 10 years), the Arthritis Society, Cook Street
Seniors Centre, United Church Women and Fairfeld Knitting Group. She was an active member
of St. Marks Anglican Church in Charlton, Ontario, and Cadurcis United Church in Manitoba
and Fairfeld United Church in Victoria. She enjoyed visiting and helping people and was always
encouraging. She loved to travel and visit family and made numerous trips across Canada and
two journeys to Australia. Tis last year she made a trip to Toronto and back to Victoria visiting all
her family. Laughter was present wherever she went. She loved her family and friends with many
albums of family history and photos. She also loved gardening, singing, knitting and crochet.
Any donations can be made to Minnedosa Heritage Village.
Rest in Peace Victoria.
Anna Marie Johnson
August ,
February ,
Peacefully in her sleep Marie went to be with the Lord.
Survived by her daughter Ellen (Tony) Enns, grandsons Adam
(Mackenzie), Mark (Rowena), Derek (Lindsay) Middleton, step
grandchildren Jared Enns, Leanne (Ramon) Arango, Andrea Enns
(Gus Benitez), great grandchildren Katerina, Brylee Enns, half sisters
Olive Mawhinney, Wilma (Dave) Pickering, Nadine (Stew) Tait,
sisters in law Mabel Johnson, Rita and Joyce Fox.
Predeceased by her parents Josephine and Marshall Fox,
husband Allan, son Leonard, brother Cecil Fox, half brother
Merville Fox, half sister Elva Fox, sisters in law Elsie Holmes, Edith
Johnson, brothers in law Murray Mawhinney, Ted Johnson, Tom
Holmes.
After a childhood spent in Roblin and Winnipeg, MB, Marie trained
as a RN at Grace Hospital and accepted a position in Minnedosa, MB.
Tere she met her husband Allan and was blessed with 54 years of marriage and two children
Leonard (1951-1973) and Ellen. Marie enjoyed life on the farm and eventually returned to
nursing in Brandon and Erickson. Leisure time was spent reading, playing scrabble, table games,
gardening, fshing and spending time with family and friends. Retirement brought many fun
winters in Texas. In 2001 Marie and Allan moved to Saskatoon to be closer to Ellen and family.
She treasured her family and the many friends she made in each of the addresses they called
home.
Special thanks to staf at St. Pauls Palliative Care. A memorial service will be held Saturday,
March 2, 2013 at College Park Covenant Church, 909 Acadia Dr, Saskatoon, SK at 2:00 p.m. Lunch
to follow. Internment to take place in Smoland Cemetary, MB, at a future date. Donations in
Maries memory can be made to World Vision or a charity of the donors choice. Arrangements
in care of Morning Glory Funeral Services (978-5200) www.Morningglory.ca (x)
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ACCOUNTING
Income Tax Filing
Farm and Business
Accounting
Payrolls
Government form filing
Phone 867-5550
Fax 867-5808
116 Main St. S.
Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0
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Certifed in waste
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installation & repair
All types of excavation
Basements, Demolition
Snow removal
Gravel, Topsoil
Sales of septic tanks
Tony 867-7582
Kirk 867-0180
Clint Moffat
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Installations
Site Preparation
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service for women
undergoing
treatment for cancer)
Home: 867-3272
Cell: 868-0181
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CLEANING
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Personal Tax Returns
Farm Returns
Business Returns
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G
lossophobia is the fear
of speaking in public.
Statistics state that 75%
of the population has this
fear (www.glossophobia.
com). Symptoms can
range from mild (upset
stomach, sweaty palms,
blushing, dry mouth, weak
voice, sweating, rapid
heartbeat) or to more
severe (anxiety attacks).
Tis can happen in
various settings including
classroom, workplace,
social gathering, and
public meetings. Tis fear
can cause us to miss out
on many academic, social,
and career opportunities.
S o m e
o r g a n i z a t i o n s , s u c h
a s To a s t ma s t e r s
International, may help
to reduce the fear to
manageable levels. One
such organization is 4-H.
While known mainly
for the project work the
members are involved
in, the Communications
program is an integral part
of 4-H. Members develop
their public speaking
skills in formal situations
(club, area or provincial
Communications events
and senior member
interviews) and informal
situations (speaking at club
or area meetings). Tey
not only become more
comfortable speaking
in public they develop
writing and research skills
as well.
M e m b e r s
prepare a speech or visual
presentation. A speech
communicates an idea and
gives information to an
audience using voice, body
language and content.
Vi sual present at i ons
use visual aids such as
actual objects, posters,
phot ographs, di spl ay
boards or comput er
presentations, and can be
presented by one or two
members. Some areas still
have a Creative Expression
category, where a
presentation can include
skits, poetry, games
shows, mock interviews,
and many members
can participate. A group
Creat i ve Expressi on
presentation is a good
way to get members who
are nervous about being
in front of an audience
to participate. Te
member(s) start at club
level, and can move on to
zone and/or area and then
provincial levels. Tere are
fve age categories.
Tis year Farm
Credi t Corporat i on
(FCC) is sponsoring
the Centennial Public
Speaking Program to
celebrate 4-Hs 100th
a nni v e r s a r y . FCC
is providing special
certifcates at all levels
and providing monetary
prizes at provincial and
national levels. Ensure you
attend the various events
in your local communities
that are currently taking
place, and the Provincial
Compet i t i on, whi ch
takes place next month
in Portage La Prairie.
Consider volunteering
for an event, as judge,
timekeeper, room chair,
or on the planning
committee. Its a great
opportunity to meet
enthusiastic members
and leaders, see some
great presentations and
help a program that builds
leadership and life skills in
youth.
Being able to
communicate efectively,
written and verbal, can
open many doors. 4-H
provides an opportunity
for young people to
develop and practice these
skills, as they Learn to do
by Doing.
The value of the 4-H
Communications program
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Monday - Friday
9 a.m. to 12 noon &
1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
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Alexander
Jackson
Law Office
B-116 Main St S
Minnedosa, MB
867-3981
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SI MS & COMPANY
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Norman H. Si ms, Q. C.
76 Mai n Street South
MI NNEDOSA t 867-2717
HANDYMAN REAL ESTATE
RAINKE'S
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JIM BEAUMONT
476-2483
Owner/Operator
Cell: 476-6591
Dennis: 476-2766
23 Hour Service
Burgess Law
Office
51 Main Street S
Minnedosa
867-2935
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PLANNING
FINANCE
INSURANCE
Drivers Licenses, Autopac
General Insurance
Bruce McNabb & Dave McDonald
867-3946
MINNEDOSA
INSURANCE SERVICES
WAHOSKI
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PLUMBING
HEATING
GAS FITTING
AIR CONDITIONING
204-867-3121
or
204-476-5185
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Gas Fitting
ph: 867-2084
cell: 867-0346
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T A C
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(204)476-0002
Garbage Removal
Bin Rentals
Construction Demolition
Renovating
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Estate clean ups
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Main line
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867-6364
Susan Glasgow
867-6353
Alayna McTavish
867-6354
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867-6359
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867-6360
Harvey Wedgewood
867-6363
Carol Dalrymple
867-6367
Carol Taylor
867-6368
Kim Robinson
867-6352
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867-6369
Sylvia Firby
867-6361
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867-6362
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That's your business
If you want to stop and can't
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867-3401 Minnedosa
Mtg. Times: 8:00 pm Tuesdays
Mood
Disorders
Association
of Manitoba
Support Group
Meetings held at
Minnedosa Hospital Boardroom
every 2nd Tuesday of the month
at 6:30 p.m. For more info call:
Lora Hay 826-2773
Connie Finlay 867-2556
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Waxing Waxing Pedicures Pedicures
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Pedique Pedique Tanning Tanning
Massage Massage
867-2287 867-2287
67 Main St. 67 Main St.
St. Alphonsus
Catholic Church
142 4th St, NW.
Minnedosa, MB 867-3831
Mass Sunday 9:00 a.m.
142 4th St, NW.
Minnedosa, MB 867-3831
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Donations
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204-724-5250
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delivery.
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I nvestments - Mutual
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Stocks, Bonds
Planning -Complimentary
Reviews and
Written Plans
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MLA
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Cell: 868-5358
Fax: 867-2374
Minnedosa MB
Hillside Plumbing
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GRAIN
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For d Far ms
Custom Grain Hauling
Call Mark at
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HAYWARDS
PLUMBING & HEATING
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Phone: 1-204-867-4361
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Tide liquid detergent asstd(limit 1/family) .. 1.47lt ...... $7.99
Habitant pea soup - smoked ham or French ...................... 796ml ............. $1.19
Quaker Cap N Crunch or Maple Squares cereal ......... 350-500gr ............. $2.99
Folgers cofee (limit 1/family) ..................... 920gr ...... $9.99
NN mini puddings asstd ..................... 4x99gr ...... $0.99
NN broth - chicken or beef .............................................. 900ml ............. $1.29
NN marshmallows - regular or mini .................................... 1kg ............. $3.99
Aunt Jemima syrup - original or lite .................................... 750ml ............. $3.29
NN dry dog food - adult special dinner .......... 8kg ...... $9.99
NN dog food tins asstd ...................................................... 624gr ..........2/$3.00
NN scented clumping cat litter ............ 18kg ...... $7.99
NNpotato chips asstd ........................... 200gr .. 2/$3.00
NN party mix ...................................................................... 320gr ............. $2.99
Catelli pasta sauce asstd ...................................................... 700ml ............. $1.99
NN cranberry cocktail ............................................................ 1lt ............. $1.59
Nestle Bites - Rolo, Kit Kat, Smarties or Cofee Crsp ........... 210gr ............. $3.69
NN evaporated milk - regular or 2% ................................ 370ml ............. $1.59
PC Decadent cookies asstd ................... 350gr .. 2/$5.00
Christie Crispers asstd .......................................................... 200gr ............. $1.99
Minute Maid juice boxes asstd ......... 10x200ml .. 2/$6.00
Heinz Ketchup - twin pack (limit 1/family) . 2x1.25lt ...... $7.99
Bicks pickles - baby dill, swt mixed or yum yum ..................... 1lt ............. $2.99
Unico olives - medium pitted or sliced black ..................... 375ml ..........2/$3.00
Lysol disinfecting wipes .......................................................... 35ea ............. $2.59
Lysol toilet bowl cleaner ...................................................... 710ml ............. $2.59
NN mac and cheese dinner (limit 1/family) 12x200gr ...... $6.99
Uncle Bens Bistro Express rice asstd ................................... 250gr ............. $2.29
Cottonelle bathroom tissue (limit 1/family) . 24rl .... $14.49
Betty Crocker frosting asstd .................................................. 340gr ............. $2.59
Gatorade sports drinks - orange ...................................... 6x591ml ............. $4.99
Special K crackers - original or cheddar .............................. 113gr ............. $2.99
Kashi granola bars asstd ................................................ 160-210gr ............. $2.99
Del Monte canned vegetables asstd ....... 398ml .. 4/$5.00
Del Monte canned fruit asstd .............................................. 398ml ............. $1.99
Stove Top stufng asstd ........................... 120gr ...... $1.49
Heinz beans w/pork in tomato sauce ................................. 796ml ............. $1.99
Lipton Cup A Soup - spring veg or chick noodle .............. 58-77gr ............. $1.79
NN orange juice .................................. 1.75lt ...... $1.99
NN cream cheese brick ....................... 250gr ...... $2.99
Five Alive mango citrus ......................................................... 1.75lt ............. $1.99
NN cheese spread (limit 1/family) ................ 1kg ...... $8.99
NN cheese - med, marb, old, mozz (limit 1/fam) 800gr ...... $8.99
Kraft Philadelphia chip dip asstd ......................................... 227gr ............. $2.99
Pillsbury chocolate chip cookie dough ................................ 468gr ............. $2.69
Danone Creamy yogurt - strw/pch/ch/mng ..................16x100gr ............. $4.99
Becel margarine asstd ............................. 454gr ...... $2.99
Sale Dates:
MAR 1 - 7
(STARTS FRI 9:00 A.M. - ENDS THURS 9:00 P.M.)
FROZEN FOODS
Swanson Skillets asstd ........................................................... 624gr ............. $4.99
NN meat lasagna ............................... 2.27kg ...... $7.99
NN frozen whipped topping .................... 1lt ...... $1.99
Michelinas frozen dinners asstd ................................... 227-284gr ............. $1.19
Cheemo variety pack perogies ................................................. 2kg ............. $3.99
Two-Bite brownies ................................................................ 635gr ............. $5.99
Klondike bar - mint chip.................. 4x133ml ...... $5.99
BAKERY
DItaliano Bread asstd ........................................................... 675gr ............. $2.49
Deli World light rye bread .................... 500gr ...... $1.99
MEATS
Chicken breasts, fresh ......................................... $4.39/lb
Maple Leaf bacon .................................................................. 500gr ............. $3.99
Lean ground beef, club pack ................................. $2.99/lb
Beef inside round steak ............................................................................ $3.49/lb
Pork chops, centre cut, boneless ........................... $3.29/lb
Pork loin roast, boneless, rib or loin ends .............................................. $2.99/lb
Pork sausages ............................................................................................ $2.59/lb
PC breaded chicken bites ................................................. 680gr ............. $7.99
Ziggys ham, black forest or honey .................................................... $1.29/100gr
PRODUCE
Apples, Granny Smith or Gala ................................... $1.49/lb
Grapes, seedless, red or green ................................................................. $1.69/lb
English cucumbers ................................................. $1.49
Broccoli, bunch ......................................................... $1.49
Green onions ................................................................................................. $0.69
Dole coleslaw, iceberg salad or romaine . 255-397gr ...... $1.29
NN dry cat food - special dinner or 3 favour 8kg $11.99
Beef inside round roast $3.29/lb
Head lettuce $1.29
Coke products (limit 4/fam) 2L $1.99

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