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Sharon McLeay
Times Contributor
The winners and losers of the election are tabulated and all can-
didates will soon be circling town picking up their election signs.
There were offcially 2559 votes cast in Strathmore overall.
Michael Ell defeated Steve Grajczyk for the position of the Town
of Strathmore mayor. Ell came in with 1513 votes over Grajczyks
1024 votes.
Ell is happy to be taking his seat in Strathmore Council Chambers
for the next four years.
I feel honoured to represent the fne people of Strathmore.
Thank you for electing me. During the election, I promised to be
fnancially prudent, to report my expenses, lobby for better care for
seniors, to listen to you, plan the future for our town, to work with
our community groups and our neighbouring municipalities. I will
keep my promise, said Ell. I want to thank Steve for his well-run
campaign and to thank him for his service to our town. I hope he
will offer me some insight on on-going projects. I want to congratu-
late all the candidates for an engaging and informative campaign.
The candidates during the election created awareness in our com-
munity. I look forward to working with the new council to meet
the needs of our citizens. I would like to have all candidates help
to make Strathmore the best it can be. A special thank you to those
that supported me, the people that I spoke with and those that gave
me advice, (especially) my wife and son for their belief in me.
The 2013 election had a full slate of candidates. From those that
re-ran in Strathmore, re-elected were Rocky Blokland with 1149
votes, Pat Fule with 1885, John Rempel with 1006 and Bob Sobol
with 1252.
Dave Hamilton obtained 982 votes, but was not re-elected this
term.
New faces at the council table will be Denise Peterson, who at-
tained 1360 votes and Brad Walls with 1518.
Strathmores frst council meeting with the new council members
will be on Nov. 6.
The unsuccessful new running mates for Strathmore councillors
were: Mark Giesbrecht who held 967 votes; Doug Clarke at 903;
Tellissa Tebutt with 795; Allan Auger took 795; Robert Antonisse
got 425; and John M. Wheildon with 416 votes.
An electronic voting machine was used to calculate the votes,
sanctioned by the previous Strathmore Council. It made it easier to
get totals out to the public. However, lineups were long for voters,
who waited 15 to 20 minutes to cast their vote.
Wheatland County election offcers still count the votes manually,
which was made signifcantly easier with many of the present coun-
cil reinstated by acclamation. Alice Booth - Division 1, Berniece
Bland - Division 4, Brenda Knight - Division 5, Glenn Koester - Di-
vision 6 and Ben Armstrong - Division 7, all watched with interest
as to whether Don Vander Velde from Division 3 would return to
Wheatland council chambers. Vander Velde came in with 157 votes,
defeating Donna Biggar who had 137.
The Division 2 race was a close split, with only a four vote spread
between the top two candidates. Rex Harwood secured the win
with 74 votes. The remaining votes: Jacki Kirk gained 70 votes, Co-
lin Smith got 49, Ian Mast with 44 votes , Russel Smith had 23, and
Kevin Miller had 18.
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New mayor elected
Strathmore chooses new mayor
Mayor elect Michael Ell is pleased to be representing the Town of
Strathmore. Ell was elected by majority vote in the 2013 Municipal
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Continued from Page 1
Harwood replaced Ken Sauve, who
stepped down from council, and Har-
wood will bring a new perspective
to Wheatland Council. The re-elected
councillors are sure to be helpful in
helping him to get oriented and to
break the new kid on the block eas-
ily. On Oct. 29, the Wheatland Council
meets for an organizational meeting
and between council members they
elect the new reeve for the term and
set out representatives for the various
committees.
The frst Wheatland Council meeting
is Nov. 5.
In the rural communities, Standard
results were Allan Larsen coming out
on top with 99 votes, followed by Ron
Corbiell with 84, Martin Gauthier with
81, Adam Sommerfeldt with 65, Joe
Pedersen had 59 and Mark Clark fn-
ishing with 55 votes. The top fve will
comprise council. They will be hold-
ing an organizational meeting to deter-
mine who will serve as mayor and that
result should be determined by next
week.
Hussar voting gave Tim Muir 78
votes, Tim Frank with 77, Corey Fisher
got 61 and Bruce Coffn came last with
18. The top three will comprise coun-
cil.
In Rockyford, Darcy Burke came out
a winner with 97 votes, Dalia Cheshire
came second with 92 votes, Leah Ma-
rie Smith followed third with 85, Jayne
Marie Koester had 80, Jerry Katterha-
gan got 71. Those fve will make up
the council and the mayor will be
elected at their organizational meeting
on Oct. 30 at 7 p.m.
Those that did not make council
were Wayne Beerling with 70 votes,
Greg Baillie with 43 and Natalie De
Santis fnishing with 34 votes.
School trustee in the Ward 5 division
is Alan K. Larsen, who attained 540
votes with Corey Fisher coming sec-
ond with 367 votes, four votes were
spoiled. There were 911 votes cast in
the ward. Larsen will be a new face
along with Ward 1 Trustee winner
Barry Kletke (Three Hills, Torrington,
Huxley and area) with the remaining
Wards re-elected by acclamation.
According to Election Alberta rules,
all election winners remain as prelimi-
nary results, in case the vote is chal-
lenged and recounts are required. The
positions become fnal after Oct. 25.
If any residents have signs belong-
ing to candidates that are not picked
up please give them a call so arrange-
ments can be made to retrieve them.
Strathmore and Wheatland County cast their vote
Sharon McLeay
Photo
Strathmore resi-
dents were lined
up out past the
Civic Centre
sidewalk, to
cast their votes
in the 2013 mu-
nicipal election
on Oct. 21.
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In September, Wheatland County
Protective Services peace offcers re-
sponded to 41 traffc calls with fve
overweight citations. Three offcers
assisted RCMP with traffc control for
the Tour of Alberta Cycling event that
wound its way through Wheatland
County. They also assisted with traffc
control on a fre response. They were
busy with eight animal control com-
plaints and investigated two environ-
mental infractions. Offcers worked on
three general reports , one bylaw re-
port, and did other general reporting.
The department also had represen-
tation present at the meeting with Al-
berta Transportation, to discuss traffc
policing concerns on the Hwy24/Hwy1
intersection.
Members were approved to attend
the Police and Peace Offcer Memorial
and fall training sessions. The tribute
for the memorial is Remember, Hon-
our, Love, Respect and Recognize and
is held in September of each year. Off-
cers from all over Alberta attend. More
information can be seen on the Alberta
Government Solicitor Generals web-
site, www.solgps.alberta.ca and click
on the 2012 memorial video link for in-
sight into the importance of this memo-
rial service.
I think is important that we have a
presence there, Sgt. Jeff Cyr.
He said the conference had a good
special speaker and there was some
very helpful information on confict
resolution and dealing with stress in
the workplace. Wheatland Council ap-
proved offcers attend a offcer ground
fghting and self-defence course, to en-
sure safety of the offcers and the pub-
lic should there be a need for enforce-
ment.
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The Town of Strathmore Council re-
ceived an update on the RCMP activi-
ties, from Staff Sgt. Kevin Reilly. He
said they will soon have a dedicated
member for drug and mischief inves-
tigations. He was pleased the depart-
ment was able to keep to the budgets
utilized for the Rodeo weekend set
at $2,000 and the Tour of Alberta at
$1,100.
Council directed questions about dis-
tracted driving, Kinsmen Park patrols
and school zone patrols to Reilly. He
answered the issues and assured coun-
cil that now that summer activity had
calmed, offcers would be a more vis-
ible presence within the community.
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ATCO Gas and the
Towns emergency
Services released
a Household emer-
gency Action Plan to
assist citizens in pre-
paring for emergency
situations on Oct. 16.
Back: Strathmore Fire
Chief muir Furzer (l-
r), Strathmore Chief
Administrative Off-
cer Dwight Stanford,
mayor Steve Grajc-
zyk, Senior manager
for northeast Calgary
Doug Brown and Dig-
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Spurs soccer team.
AryssAh stAnkevitsch
Times Reporter

Funded by a partnership of ATCO Gas and the Towns
Emergency Services, a new emergency preparedness guide
was released on Oct. 16, as a valuable resource for home
safety flled with useful tips.
The Household Emergency Action Plan emphasizes the
importance of planning and being prepared, by helping
people identify and understand types of emergencies that
are most common to this area, such as tornadoes, grass fres,
or heavy rains resulting in fash foods.
For many emergencies, there is often very little time to
react. The best defense is to be informed and know what
to do in the face of an emergency, outgoing mayor Steve
Grajczyk said. This guide provides tips on a wide range
of topics, to help all of us be prepared to deal with most
emergencies.
Grajczyk called the guide a very worthwhile community
project, and urged citizens to personalize it with household
members identifcation and information.
You know, you can never truly prevent an emergency
from taking place, said Doug Brown, senior manager of
northeast Calgary for ATCO Gas. The key message is that
an emergency or disaster can strike anywhere, at any time,
and this tells us how to prepare for them.
Albertans saw evidence of that with this summers foods.
Brown also noted that everyone should prepare and pack a
72-hour emergency preparedness kit, with food and water.
With Oct. 6-12 being National Fire Prevention Week, the
release of the guide was perfectly timed.
This has been a project thats been going on for a long
time, Strathmore Fire Chief Muir Furzer said. Weve looked
at a number of drafts, to bring things through to a reality.
Now that its here, Im glad its here.
The guide was a year in the making for ATCO Gas and the
Municipal Emergency Management Committee. The Strath-
more Spurs girls soccer team will be distributing roughly
4,500 guides from house to house in a four-day blitz, in a
joint effort.
In my experience, the same (team effort) applies to emer-
gency situations, and we all have a role to play in this, said
Brown.
Twenty-two other Alberta municipalities have partnered
for similar projects with ATCO Gas. The guides will also be
available at the Town Offce, and at the local ATCO Gas busi-
ness offce. The Strathmore Fire Department can deliver as
well, by calling their business line.
A guide for emergencies
shAron McLeAy
Times Contributor

Those involved in preparing Christ-
mas hampers will be glad to hear that
Wheatland Council unanimously sup-
ported a contribution of $2,300 towards
the Christmas Hamper fund this year.
Combined with the $2,700 grant given
by the Town of Strathmore, the fund
meets what Wheatland County contrib-
uted in previous years
We were always aware that most of
the hampers went to more families in
the Strathmore area, but we believe in
the charity, said Reeve Glenn Koester.
Koester said approximately 80 per
cent of hampers went to Strathmore
residents and 20 per cent were dis-
tributed throughout the county, with
the greater majority of rural hampers
going to residents in the villages and
hamlets. Contributions from those ru-
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Services.
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sponsible for organizing the collection
and distribution of hampers. Both FCSS
offces will now coordinate efforts.
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NOTICE OF DEVELOPMENT PERMITS
The following application(s) for development has/have been con-
ditionally approved by the Town of Strathmore, subject to the right
of appeal to the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board:
Application: 13/D-156
Civic Address: 10 Crystal Ridge Cove
Legal Description: Lot 13, Block 10, Plan 9911193
Development: Side yard setback variance of 0.65 meters
for existing Accessory Building (shed)
The above noted fle(s) can be viewed at the Town Offce during
regular business hours.
The permit(s) is/are scheduled for issue after the Deadline for
Appeal date, provided no appeals are fled prior to the appeal
deadline.
Any person wishing to appeal this decision must do so by sub-
mitting an appeal in writing, with the appeal fee of one hundred
dollars ($100.00) to the Town of Strathmore, addressed to:
Secretary, Subdivision and Development Appeal Board, Town of
Strathmore,
680 Westchester Road, Strathmore, AB T1P 1J1.
The appeal should include reasons for the appeal and is to be
received at the Town Offce during regular business hours on or
before the Deadline for Appeal.
Deadline for Appeal: November 8, 2013
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COUNCIL HIGHLIGHTS
OCTOBER 16, 2013
Council adopted the October 16, 2013 Regular Council
Meeting with the following additions:
5.2 Strathmore Regional Arts Council
8.1 Crack Sealing Equipment Purchase
8.2 Prairies Edge Relaxation to Wellsite Setback
Council gave frst reading to Bylaw #13-05 Community
Standards Bylaw.
Council approved a 2013 Capital Project for the purchase
of Crack Sealing Equipment in the amount of $14,700.00 to
be funded from the Financial Stabilization Reserve.
Council authorized the purchase of a 2008 Marathon
Kera 145 HD Crack Sealer from the City of Camrose in the
amount of $14,000.00 plus GST.
Council provide approval of a 50 metre wellsite setback to
the sweet gas well located at NW 24-24-26 W4M.
Unofficial
Strathmore mUnicipal
election reSUltS
2559 Ballots were cast in the Election.
The Results are:
MAYOR:
mike ell ....................... *Elected* ..........1513 votes
Steve Grajczyk ..........................................1024 votes
COUNCILLOR:
pat fule ....................... *Elected* .........1885 votes
Brad walls ................. *Elected* .........1518 votes
Denise peterson .... *Elected* .........1360 votes
Bob Sobol ................. *Elected* .........1252 votes
rocky Blokland ..... *Elected* .........1149 votes
John rempel .......... *Elected* .........1006 votes
Dave Hamilton ..........................................982 votes
Mark Giesbrecht ......................................967 votes
Doug Clarke ..............................................903 votes
Telissa Tebbutt ..........................................795 votes
Allan Auger ................................................ 598 votes
Robert Antonisse .....................................425 votes
John M. Wheildon ...................................416 votes
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Funding
community
service
The Strathmore Legion Ladies Aux-
iliary presented donation cheques
at their last meeting on Oct. 15.
The cheques where presented to
W.A.D.e.m.S.A (Rob Witty), Royal
Canadian Legion (Bruce West-
gard), Strathmore Handi Bus (Sylvia
Westgard), Wheatland Food Bank
(Barb Beaton), Strathmore meals
on Wheels (Shelia Clark) and The
Strathmore Fire Department. The
ladies are busy fundraising all year
in order to be able to give back to
their community.
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Shannon LeCLair
Times Reporter

A strong contingent of residents
and developers plead with Wheatland
Council, to consider approving sec-
ond and third reading of a rezoning
of land to hamlet general residential,
for the Homestead development proj-
ect adjacent to Lyalta. The total phas-
es would increase the hamlet by 434
homes, but the initial frst phase would
be 103 residences. It is to be located
on the east side of Lyalta, and pending
agreements, it would become part of
the Lyalta hamlet.
Recent development in the area has
presented problems with water and
sewer management. Pat Maloney, the
development planner representing the
developer said that by approving the
rezoning, this project could offer solu-
tions for the whole area.
For the last two years we have been
looking for solutions, establishing
partnerships and waiting for market
improvement, to go ahead with this
project, said Maloney.
The developers plan to use as much
of the existing infrastructure as pos-
sible, tying into existing pipeline net-
works and getting water supplies from
WID, utilizing the Muirfeld water
treatment facility for purifcation.
They plan to set up a sewage pipe-
line that would connect with Muirfeld
sewer pipes and pump all the sew-
age to a sewage lagoon, until devel-
opment in the area could support a
sewage treatment plant. The lagoon
would be situated further east, away
from the residential area. Two storm
water evaporation ponds would also
be designated for the area. Cattleland
has shown interest in using the lagoon
sludge and farmers are being contact-
ed about effuent irrigation.
We believe this solves a lot of prob-
lems and prepares the area for further
expansion, said Maloney.
Councillor Ken Sauve said that he
was not in favour of sewer lagoons
and effuent irrigation and felt there
were more advanced ways of dealing
with sanitary treatment.
There are better systems available
now, said Sauve. If we dont consider
the better systems, we are doing the
residents of the county a disservice.
Brian Lee of Lee Mayer Engineering
, engineer consultant for the project,
has extensive background in sewer
management systems and he said that
mechanical sewer treatment systems
are often thought to be superior to
sewage lagoons, but for smaller than
10,000 people it was not really true.
The County had been looking into
some new bio-solid treatment solu-
tions that eliminated the need for ef-
fuent distribution. Some of the coun-
cillors had reservations that all the
problems for the area could be solved
by a simple sewage lagoon. Looking to
the past, they were convinced all the
checks and balance were in place for
the Muirfeld development, until con-
tracts fell through and problems start-
ed to emerge. They were looking for
more concrete assurances that a simi-
lar situation would not occur again.
We are fortunate we have a devel-
oper that is adapting to the growth
node in the area. Lets work collec-
tively on this. It is a win-win-win situ-
ation. Dont let the past affect the fu-
ture, said Jim Souza of the Muirfeld
Development.
Maloney presented 35 residents let-
ters supporting the project and other
residents spoke in council chambers.
Will and Genolee Coutts expressed
their support and desire for the com-
munity to grow and others expressed
a hope for schools, fre services and
more community members in the area.
Councillors were also concerned
about the safety ramifcations for hous-
ing adjacent to gas wells in the area.
Planners said in their talks with the
gas companies, residential setbacks
from gas wells only had to be 100 me-
tres from property lines. This could be
decreased under special circumstances
to 50 metres, so they felt at 100 metres
there should be no problems with resi-
dences close to the gas wells
Developers said that the rezoning
was essential to get funding in place
and move forward to developing an
Area Service Plan, and council would
have a chance for more deliberation
when those specifcs were presented
at a future date.
The second and third readings were
approved with Councillor Ken Sauve
in opposition.
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ciation (WADEMSA) is wondering if the rock is beginning to
shift, in their position between the rock and the hard place
of contract negotiations with Alberta Health Services (AHS).
WADEMSA, along with residents of Wheatland County
area, have built and run one of the best rural ambulance
delivery systems in the province. WADEMSA was built and
paid for by the area residents. In 2005, the province started
providing assistance to municipalities in Alberta, to help pay
for emergency services. Over the course of the last few years
the Government of Alberta has taken over the majority of
Emergency Medical Services, but
WADEMSA is still fghting the takeover.
I dont even want to think about it, said Reeve Glenn
Koester.
WADEMSA has been fghting for the last two years to so-
lidify an operational contract with AHS. As the service ma-
tured, the quality and expertise of personnel increased, and
staff were equitably compensated with appropriate wages
for those skills. WADEMSA currently runs three ambulances,
with each shift staffed with one Advanced Life Support (ALS)
qualifed paramedic, supported by Basic Life Support (BLS)
trained paramedics. Both supervisory managers are ALS
qualifed and can man ambulances in emergencies, or utilize
the response vehicle as an extra response unit.
In contract discussions with WADEMSA, Alberta Health
Services (AHS) is stubbornly opposed to payment of appro-
priate wages to trained individuals, trying to negotiate only
average compensation for an above average service. Consid-
erations for transportation and equipment costs in a large
County were also not considered.
Time and again negotiation stalemates arose and contract
extensions were awarded. The last contract ended at the end
of September, with another tentative agreement for another
six month extension, offered by AHS. However, reorgani-
zational changes and the removal of some key AHS staff
members led to a meeting of the WADEMSA board, County
representatives, the Director Bob Witty of WADEMSA and
Rick Trimp, Executive Vice President of Provincial Programs
on October 9.
We had previously asked for a meeting and they put a
team together to listen to our concerns, said Reeve Glenn
Koester. It was nice for them to fnally acknowledge our
request and we saw the meeting as a positive move forward.
WADEMSA was fnally allowed to provide statistics and
documentation that supported their reasoning for fnan-
cial requests in the bargaining process. They showed how
WADEMSA, with support from AHS, can run the program
cheaper than the suggested downgraded program offered by
AHS. Call statistics showed WADEMSA responded to approx-
imately 50 per cent more calls than other rural providers,
and although they incurred extended travel time over a large
county area, they delivered service without signifcantly de-
creased health outcomes. Currently, the County of Wheat-
land is subsidizing the service by $10,000 per month, money
that should be paid by AHS. It is not expected that the last
two years of subsidized money will be paid back by AHS.
Koester said any surplus funding they had is running out
and they could not accept footing the bill for AHS indef-
nitely.
WADEMSA was not given any resolution timeline, or in-
dication on what results the Oct.ober 9 meeting would
generate. When Brenda Huband, Vice President and Chief
Operating Offcer for Southern Alberta Health Services was
contacted, she replied with no concrete details or indication
that current stalemate strategies would change.
We are working with the Wheatland and District Emer-
gency Medical Services Association to ensure high quality
ambulance services continue, and will be sustainable into
the future. These discussions are still ongoing. Patient care
is of paramount importance. We are ensuring that patients
in Strathmore and surrounding communities continue to re-
ceive high quality, timely ambulance services, said Huband.
Koester is hoping the matter will be sent up the chain
of command and resolution will be quickly resolved. He
thanked WADEMSA staff for their patience and said he re-
alized the amount of stress the uncertain situation placed
upon them.
Rick Trimp said he would give serious consideration to
our concerns and would do so in a timely manner, said
Koester.
October 25, 2013 Strathmore TimeS Page 7
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Letters to the editor
To the Editor
It is that time of year again to pick up your shoeboxes for the
2013 Operation Christmas Child. You can pick up your box(s)
and brochure at Sobeys, Strathmore Alliance Church, Hope Com-
munity (Covenant) Church and also at the Calgary distribution
centre. Collection week is Nov. 18-24 and Strathmore Alliance
Church is the drop off location in Strathmore. You can also take
your box(s) into Calgary. A child only gets one shoebox in his/
her lifetime. Please put the smile on a childs face that a par-
ent may not have seen for a very long time. This year the boxes
collected at the Calgary distribution centre (collection centre for
western Canada) are being sent to Argentina, Costa Rica, El Salva-
dor, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Uruguay and Venezuela. In
2012, eight countries sent boxes and 104 countries received them.
There were 9,039,060 boxes collected and distributed last year.
Shauna Hollingsworth
Operation Christmas Child, Logistics Co-ordinator
Helping those in need
Manny Everett Photo
many ladies came to the Standard Community Hall this past weekend, to scrapbook, stamp, make cards and do lots of
visiting. This is an annual event that happens every fall and spring for last 15 years. Local resident Traci Rasmussen orga-
nizes and executes the event fawlessly. Diane Litchfeld (l-r), June ellis and Carol Kennedy display the magnetic decoration
made in class that depicts seasons in the home.
Annual Croptoberfest big success
Sharon McLeay
Times Contributor
On Oct. 16, the Honourable Governor General
David Johnston gave the Speech from the Throne,
which defned what it is to be a Canadian and
how that determines our nation moving forward
in the next year.
He recognized Queen Elizabeth II and her new
grandchild, the members of parliament and our
aboriginal peoples. He addressed all 35 million
Canadians, made up of members from all world
nations, recognizing Canadian qualities shown
here at home and worldwide.
The eyes and ears and expectations of Cana-
dians turn toward this Parliament, in trust that
those who stand here in their place will relent-
lessly advance and uphold ideas that are inclu-
sive, honourable, selfess, smart and caring at
every turn without fail, said Johnston. Today,
Canada is a model for the world. Admired for our
freedom. Respected for our principles. Envied for
our openness, compassion and peaceful plural-
ism, said Johnston.
He addressed the role generations past played
in the construction of those values.
Nearly 150 years ago, they looked beyond
narrow self-interest. They faced down incredible
challengesgeographic, military, and economic.
They were undaunted. They dared to seize the
moment that history offered. Pioneers, then few
in number, reached across a vast continent. They
forged an independent country where none
would have otherwise existed. With hard work,
sacrifce and common sense, those Canadian men
and women built this country. In so doing, they
founded a constitutional democracy, among the
most enduring history has known. As we look to
the 150th anniversary of our Confederation, we
are reminded that ours is a rich inheritance: a
legacy of freedom; the birthright of all humanity
and the courage to uphold it; the rule of law, and
the institutions to protect it; respect for human
dignity and diversity. Guided by these values, we
CanadiansAboriginal, French, English, people
from all corners of the globestrive together for
our families and a brighter future. Canada stands
for what is right and good in the world. This is
the true character of Canadianshonourable in
our dealings, faithful to our commitments, loyal
to our friends. Confdent partners, courageous
warriors and compassionate neighbours, said
Johnston.
He talked of Canadas international interven-
tions in areas of dispute and support for free-
doms, rule of law, democracy and protection of
personal freedoms.
Canada does not go along to get along, John-
ston said, elaborating that Canadians endeavour
to assist with a purpose to improve conditions for
all peoples.
He said the development of an Offce of Reli-
gious Freedoms and support for world aid and
economic development will help countries attain
peaceful stability. He encouraged the increased
rights of women and health efforts for poorer
populations. He outlined the various positive de-
velopments in our immigration programs.
Johnston described the various unique compo-
nents of our historical development and he awaits
the 2017 celebration of Canadas 150 Confedera-
tion celebrations with anticipation, which will
see various tributes to historical fgures and pro-
vincial landmarks, sporting events and military
accomplishments. He anticipated positive move-
ment in Aboriginal discussions, Senate reform,
and government legislation and election reviews,
in preparation of federal elections
As we approach the 150th anniversary of our
great land, we look to the future. A future we
will face true to our character, the character of
a determined and enterprising people: Canadi-
ans, whose shops and small businesses spur the
growth of our towns and cities; who work factory
shifts and drive taxicabs to help their families get
ahead; who take the same pride in raising their
children as they do in being citizens of the best
country on earth. These are the quiet, unsung Ca-
nadians who are building our country. It is from
them that we draw the inspiration to face an un-
certain and unstable world, said Johnston.
He challenged those holding federal offce to
keep a trust of Canadian values and goals in mind
as they conduct the business of a new session of
parliament.
Members of the House of Commons, you will
be asked to appropriate the funds required to
carry out the services and expenditures autho-
rized by Parliament. Honourable Senators and
Members of the House of Commons, you are the
holders of a profound trust reposed in you by
Canadians. May you be equal to that trust in all
things, and may Divine Providence guide you in
your deliberations, Johnston concluded.
The full speech can be seen at www.speech.
gc.ca.
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As we all know, school has offcially started, and
fall is quickly descending upon us. It is the time
where we get involved within our community!
Have you searched for an activity, but could not
quite fnd what you were looking for? Well, you
have started reading the right article. Cheadles
4-H Club would like to invite all six to 18 year-olds
to come join our club, and experience working
with animals, learning, leadership, teamwork, and
most of all, loads of fun!
Our club consists of three main sections: sheep,
beef, and just recently added, the Cleaver Kids.
Both sheep and beef are very hands-on and re-
quire training of your animal, grooming, and pro-
viding a proper food ration along with adequate
bedding for your project animal. There are a few
different options that you can take part in for both
beef and sheep. In our club, we have Market Beef
& Sheep, Beef Carcass, and Beef & Sheep Breed-
ing.
Market Beef and Sheep is where you purchase
a steer (beef) or a Ewe or Wether (sheep), feed,
groom and halter break them, then show and sell
them around late May or early June. It is a great
project to learn new skills and to improve on those
skills as well. Carcass is much different from Mar-
ket Beef in which no grooming or halter breaking
is involved, but if you are the business type, this
is the project for you. Selling and marketing skills
are much more present in this project. You will
need to advertise your animal to sell in the form of
quarters, halves, or even as a whole.
Beef breeding is the most hands-on project
along with sheep breeding, and involves travelling
to different shows, and starting a breeding cycle
which means that you would create a herd (beef)
or a fock (sheep). You start out with a one year
old female, show her, then, the following year, you
will breed her as a two year old, and take the calf/
lamb and mother to each show you attend. The
same happens the following year, and at the end
of the third year, she will retire from being a 4-H
project. If you love to take care of many animals,
you can start a herd or fock which will present
many new and positive challenges. You will need
to start out with a one year old female, and con-
tinue the three year process, but each year she
moves up, a new female will be added to the cycle.
By the end of three years, if all goes well, you will
have fve animals to call your own.
Now for the younger ones: the Cleaver Kids. This
is a unique program that 4-H has been running for
two years now and is brand new for the Cheadle
4-H Club. Children ages six to eight can partici-
pate, and may use a young calf or a lamb, but may
not participate in selling their animal. Cleaver Kids
is to help children prepare for being an offcial
4-H member at nine years of age by practicing and
learning necessary skills for the upcoming years,
but being creative and having fun along the way.
Recreational activities are also very much a part
of 4-H. In the past years, our club has taken part in
curling, paintballing, multi judging, cook-offs, and
numerous other exciting activities to look forward
to; and of course, if you love competition, you will
fnd it in almost every aspect of 4-H, including ev-
ery animal show, multi judging, public speaking,
and all recreational activities as well.
Just wait one second, is that it? Wrong! Theres
more! Cheadle 4-H provides many skills that will
help you prepare for the future ahead. We are pro-
active within our community by lending a hand
in areas such as the local seniors lodge, commu-
nity events and cleaning up the highway. As well,
public speaking is also one of the many activities
that 4-H provides to raise well rounded kids. But
dont be frightened by this. If you start as a young
person, and practice it throughout your childhood,
it will be a piece of cake when you are an adult
when speaking in front of crowds may become
more essential.
Learn to Do by Doing, which is 4-Hs motto, is
perfectly true. There is no better way than to try
hard at new activities, in order to reap the benefts
in the future.
If you would love to be a part of this amazing
program and club, please join us at Cheadle Hall
on Nov. 12, at 7 p.m., or call Patti Brewin at (403)
901-1413 to discover more about 4-H and about
joining! But hurry, time is running out! We look
forward to meeting you.
Calling all kids
Kaitlyn Stewart
Crowfoot Multi Club

The Crowfoot 4-H Multi club has just started up
once again with some new and old faces in at-
tendance. Crowfoot 4-H Multi Club held its frst
meeting on Oct. 7. Our club projects this year will
be archery led by John Biskup, dog agility led by
Fern Pagenknopf , photography led by Lara Rus-
sel, and C.O.P (creative options project) led by
Margo Comstock. The General Leader is Margo
Comstock.
Elections were held and this years club execu-
tive will be: Billie Comstock President, Emily
Hilton Vice President, Sonia Pagenknopf Sec-
retary, Marshal Biskup Treasurer, and Kaitlyn
Stewart Club Reporter.
For our 4-H Community Volunteer project, we
are serving supper to the Crowfoot Community
members on Nov. 6 at Crowfoot Hall. Our next
club meeting is on Nov. 4 it will be starting at 6:30
p.m.
Crowfoot 4-H prepares for new season
Photos courtesy of John Godsman
Approximately 50 members and
guests attended the Crown Jewels
of Canada Afternoon Tea, Talent
and Fashion Show held at Hope
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This branch of the Downey name arrived in
Southern Alberta in 1908, when two brothers de-
cided to move here from Eastern Oregon, and pur-
chase farmland. Three years later, they decided to
move back to Oregon, so Waynes grandfather, Al-
vah, purchased the land from them. Grandfather
and grandmother loaded family and all their world-
ly possessions, including cattle
and farming equipment onto
the train at Farmington, Wash.
and headed north to Alberta.
They were met at the CPR Sta-
tion in Strathmore, and driven
on horse drawn carts across
the open prairie, skirting lakes,
and fording small streams, until
eventually they saw a small hill
standing above the surround-
ing prairie, which turned out to
be the area known as Cairnhill.
The location of this farm was
six miles north and one mile
east of Carseland, west of what
is now Field Stone Fruit Wines
on Hwy 817. Waynes father,
Woodrow, was born at this
family farm, and after complet-
ing his education he trained to
be an Aeronautical Engineer.
At the beginning of the Sec-
ond World War, he was stationed at the Common-
wealth Elementary Flying Training School (EFTS
#5) in Lethbridge, to work as a licensed engineer.
They soon discovered that Lethbridge was far too
windy for light planes, so everything was packed
up and moved to High River. Wayne was born here
in 1943, the elder of two brothers. Following the
closure of the EFTS in 1944, Waynes father spent
the rest of the war, guarding prisoners of war. The
family moved to Carseland in 1948, where his fa-
ther bought the Bow Valley
Service Station. They later
added Bow Valley Manufac-
turing, which built corrals,
cattle gates, etc from tubu-
lar steel. Wayne completed
all his schooling in Carse-
land through to Grade 12,
before attending technical
school at SAIT for two years.
While attending school in
Carseland, he learned to
break horses, and the pur-
suit of this allowed him to earn a little money, as
well as practice bronc riding. He also constructed a
bucking barrel. He told me, that at noon, the whole
high school would come over, and all the students
would take turns either riding, or making the barrel
buck. As the noon hour passenger train passed the
school, the students would put on a special dem-
onstration for the passengers, and the engineers
always showed their appreciation by sounding the
train horn. Wayne said rodeo has always been part
of our heritage, here in the west.
He rodeoed, on and off, for about 10 years. The
saddle bronc was his favourite event, but bull riding
was the most lucrative. In the early 1960s, Leroy
Lausen, Lee Phillips and Wayne won the Canadian
High School Wild Horse race. They also placed sev-
eral times at The Calgary Stampede. Wayne won
the Canadian High School Bronc Riding fnals in
1962, and the Canadian College fnals in 1966. He
broke his ankle in Lethbridge in 1968, after being
thrown off a Saddle Bronc named Storm Cloud.
He had to quit rodeo when he was 27 years old,
after being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (M.S.),
and although he still suffers from the damage it
caused, he does not medically have M.S. today. He
attributes this to megavitamin therapy, a low fat
diet, and prayer. Unfortunate-
ly, Wayne fractured his back in
2012, and now spends his time
in a wheelchair. In 1975, to
celebrate Calgarys Centennial
a postage stamp was issued,
by what is now Canada Post,
showing Wayne, Jack Schulte
and Ronnie Ward participating
in the Wild Horse Race at the
Calgary Stampede.
He returned to Carseland
after attending SAIT, to assist
his dad at the service station.
During these years, he played
baseball and hockey. In the
winter of 1963/64 he took fy-
ing lessons at McCall Field,
now Calgary International
Airport, and became a private
pilot. He did not qualify as a
commercial pilot, because of
his eyesight.
Heathers maiden name was Cameron, and her
roots originated when her great-grandparents
moved from Scotland to P.E.I. Heather was born
in 1944, and advises she has three older sisters
and a younger brother. She attended school there
through to Grade 12, then attended teacher train-
ing in Charlottetown for two years. Heather want-
ed to travel, and friends recommended she move
to Calgary, which she did in 1969 at age 25. She
was eventually employed by Social Services, where
she worked in Administra-
tion for a number of years.
Heather and Wayne met at a
church in Calgary, and were
married in 1982. They have
no children. Following their
marriage they lived in Cal-
gary for the next 17 years,
before moving to Carse-
land. Over the years, they
have been very involved
with Calgary Free Presbyte-
rian Church.
When I enquired what changes theyd seen in
and around Carseland, they replied that prior to
14 years ago, the new composite school and new
houses were built. Some businesses have disap-
peared - how many of my readers remember when
there were fve gas stations here? Now, theres only
one!
To commemorate the towns centennial in 2014,
land which belonged to the Wood Downey Family
has been named Downey Centennial Park.
Heather advises that Wayne is always working
at something. In the back garden, he has a par-
tially constructed windmill, but has found there
isnt enough wind to generate electricity with it.
Currently hes working on SEG - Self Energizing
Generator for generating power.
RemembeRing ouR Roots
Wayne & Heather Downey
Deacon Roger blesses
Grade 4 student Hud-
son Smith, who received
a Bible that was gener-
ously donated jointly by
the Knights of Columbus
and Christ the Redeemer
Catholic Diocese. This
occurred at the Sacred
Heart Faith Days and Bi-
ble Assembly.
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and a gift
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Parliament. Minister Sorenson deliv-
ered a speech in Parliament regarding
the economy and the Harper Govern-
ments plan, as outlined in the Speech
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jobs, growth and long term prosperity
for Albertans and indeed, all Canadians.
The Throne Speech titled Seizing
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portunity in an Uncertain World posi-
tions our Conservative Government to
move forward on many fronts, said
Minister Sorenson. Many nations are
envious of Canadas strong economic
performance and we will continue to
work to create jobs for hard-working
Canadians, keep taxes low, and help
make our streets and communities safer
for families.
As a country, we have a rare oppor-
tunity before us, Minister Sorenson
continued. Our natural wealth, sound
fnances, stable democracy, tremendous
resources, expanding network of trade
relationships around the world, com-
bined with the ingenuity of Canadians
provides an unprecedented opportuni-
ty for Canada to prosper. It is our job as
a country to seize this opportunity for
the beneft of all Canadians.
The Speech from the Throne outlines
the Conservative Governments plan to:
bring more opportunities for exporters
and lower prices for consumers; pass
legislation to force the balancing of
budgets; reform the Senate of Canada
or see it vanish; continue reducing the
size and cost of the federal government;
take further action to end geographic
price discrimination against Canadians;
and take measures to empower con-
sumers by forcing disclosure of the cost
of debit and credit payment methods,
and more.
I encourage all of my constituents to
visit www.sft.gc.ca and read about the
work that our Conservative government
intends to accomplish for all of us. It is
a comprehensive plan, and a great deal
of work has gone into its preparation.
There is something for everyone, Min-
ister Sorenson concluded.
Wendi taShliKoWich
Times Contributor

The Boob Tour is on its way to Strath-
more.
For the past three years the Strath-
more Relay team, Magical Moms, have
hosted this fundraiser for the Cana-
dian Cancer Foundation. Last year the
Moms raised $5,000, which was do-
nated through the Relay for Life. This
went towards their total amount raised
of $8,000.
A small group of ladies from Drum-
heller started the relay in 2007, when
a friend was diagnosed with cancer. In
2009, they brought the team to Strath-
more. Over the years, the members in
the group have changed, and this years
members are Shelly Neal, Dawn Kalb-
hen, Patti Van Bavel, Amy Hampton and
Dallas Stickel.
We have all been touched by cancer
in some way or another and raise this
money for so many different people and
reasons. explained Patti Van Bavel, one
of the original Magical Mom members.
The Boob Tour takes place on Friday,
Nov. 8 at the Strathmore Civic Center.
The doors open 7 p.m. and the show
starts at 8 p.m. There will be a cash
bar, snacks, 50/50 and a silent auction.
If you would like more information, or
to purchase tickets please contact Patti
Van Bavel at 403-934-9765 or Shelly
Neal at 403-533-2263. Come have a fun
night out with friends and fght cancer
with laughter.
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Another round of hashing out terms
for the Municipal Development Plan
erupted in Wheatland Council, when
councillors tried to once again to fne-
tune the reworked document. The doc-
ument has gone back to the planners
several times for revisions and tension
was expressed by councillors about the
process.
We feel it is a strong document, said
Alex Taylor, planner for the project.
He said he had included the sug-
gested amendments put forward by the
lawyers and council.
Councillors questioned some things
pertaining to planning development
that were included, and planners said
they were included as planning tools.
Other additions suggested by council
were suggested by planners to be bet-
ter dealt with in land use bylaws. Then
council worked through the document
section by section, allowing wording
changes and clarifcations.
Councillor Ken Sauve expressed his
frustration with the constant revisions
taking place.
Why are we constantly reviewing
this? Staff has put considerable time
and effort in preparing the document.
We were consulted on it and the time
has passed for revising this document,
said Sauve.
It is Councils responsibility to make
sure we agree with what is included
here, said Reeve Glenn Koester.
It is getting frustrating to have things
that keep coming up, said Councillor
Ben Armstrong.
Council had paid an additional
$1,500 for revisions and there were
concerns that each time revisions were
made, more money would be required.
There was a suggestion to roll the pro-
cess over and table enough time to get
everything fnalized. Council extended
the meeting on Oct. 16, to discuss the
document and fnally approved third
reading of the MDP.
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Wheatland County Council wants farmers to know that the county peace off-
cers are available to help with cattle movement that needs to occur across busy
roadways in the county.
When they try to do so on their own, there is a risk of accidents. They stand
out there with fags or fashing lights and the traffc still wont stop. I would
rather have staff out there to protect them and improve safety conditions, said
Councillor Ben Armstrong.
Sgt. Jeff Cyr said that peace offcers could help with the problem, but asked
council to consider approving overtime and discuss the liability that might be
involved with a potential accident situation.
Council directed Cyr to develop a simple policy regarding
movement of cattle and peace offcer response, and bring it
back to council on Oct. 28.
County Expansion open house
Wheatland Council approved an open house that will
highlight the new expansions being done on the County Ad-
ministration Building. It is set for Nov. 19, from 5-8 p.m.
When they come in, we will have a nice picture and a
breakdown of costs for them, said Reeve Glenn Koester.
CAO Alan Parkin said a conceptual plan would be on dis-
play and design is anticipated to begin in January 2014.
Arts festival follow-up
Wanda Reinholdt, from the Regional Arts Collective, gave
Wheatland Council a summary of the festival success in
council chambers on Oct. 15.
Thank you so much for your partnership in this event,
said Reinholdt.
She said funding from Wheatland County and the Town
of Strathmore was part of what made the event a success.
She said there were a number of donations in kind from
other organizations in the community that also helped keep costs down. She
said there were approximately 800 people in attendance and they gave out 400
printed programs. She felt it was a good opportunity for artists to distinguish
themselves and the public to experience how an artist goes from a blank slate
to a fnished product.
The quality and talent was exceptional, said Councillor Berniece Bland, who
attended the event. We have a lot of unknown talent in this community.
Council was surprised when Reinholdt offered to reimburse the county with
approximately $400 of left over funds. Council directed her to keep the funds
and roll them into the account for next years event.
Fire Ban
Councillor Brenda Knight questioned whether council should rescind the cur-
rent fre ban that they imposed at the beginning of September. With harvest
near conclusion and cooler weather coming, council discussed whether it was
needed.
Several councillors had requests from residents to have outdoor bonfres over
the Thanksgiving weekend.
It is still dry out there and dry is dry. One of the worst
fres we had last year was in the middle of winter, said
Councillor Ben Armstrong.
The vote was fve members opposed to lifting the ban and
two for taking it off. The Fire Ban is still in effect.
Survey reSultS
An Alberta Transportation public survey on changes to
the Hwy9/Hwy 21 intersection and Hwy 9/Hwy 56 intersec-
tions got good results. In both cases the survey supported
establishing four way stop signs. There were 370 responses
to the survey posted on the website that included good
written response.
Alberta Transportation (AT) said that research shows that
four-way intersections reduce traffc collisions by 48 per
cent, and considered the measure far outweighs the alter-
natives in these two cases. The AT email said no overpass
would be considered, but perhaps a circle roundabout ac-
cess may be investigated. They were currently doing the
fnal technical review on the two sites and further informa-
tion would be provided in November, as to whether work could be initiated in
the spring.
I have trouble with this, said Councillor Ken Sauve. I think you need to
keep the traffc fowing. You have to have a balance of safety and traffc move-
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The Canadian Governor Generals
Speech from the Throne had some sig-
nifcant changes to the way government
handles Canadian issues.
We are on the cusp of a moment that
is uniquely Canadas. Just as our founders
dared, so too must we. We must seize this
moment to secure prosperity, for Canadi-
ans now, and the generations to follow,
said Governor General David Johnson.
To meet those goals, the following
measures were developed for the com-
ing year:
Budgets, jobs and employment-They
will keep budgets balanced and reduce
government costs, pay off the defcit by
2015, continue the 25 per cent debt-to-
gross domestic product ratios until 2021,
pass a law for balanced government bal-
ances. Government operating budgets
will be frozen and government hiring
numbers cut. Spending changes and as-
set sales will be done. Holding wages,
benefts, reforming disability and sick
programs will curb Public service costs.
Amendments to the Public Service La-
bour Relations Act will improve redun-
dant and ineffcient systems.
An employment focus will continue job
development. Creation of a Canadian Job
Grant job training for under-represented
populations, a cooperative provincial and
territory labour market agreement and
credential alignments across provinces,
direct youth employment programs to
work experience situations in high de-
mand employment areas and develop
on-reserve education systems that will in-
crease job opportunities. Training assis-
tance for skilled trades and apprentices
will be given. Reforms to the temporary
foreign worker program will ensure Ca-
nadians have frst chances at jobs.
Trade- Increased trade negotiations
with the European Union, Japan, South
Korea and India, with new export as-
sistance will increase business potential.
Better trade corridors will improve trade
fow with the United States. An interpro-
vincial trade and barrier removal, com-
bined with cooperative securities and
capital market plan will increase trade
within Canada. An amended Liquors
Act allows movement of beer and spirits
across provincial borders.
Resources- The government reinforce-
ment of resources, ensuring Canadian
ownership, but leaving doors open for
foreign investment, will secure develop-
ment. More Canadians will be employed
in the resource sector. Environmental
programs such as polluter pay, higher
safety standards for offshore develop-
ment, increased liability insurance and
creation of a tanker safety program, will
reassure Canadians that resource devel-
opment is accountable. The reintroduc-
tion of the Seas and Skies Act will protect
our coastal territories. Farmers, fsheries
and forestry sector will have support and
access to new worldwide markets.
Infrastructure and Industry- There
will be access to 70 billion dollars of in-
frastructure grants available. A Canadian
military shipbuilding project will pro-
vide 15,000 jobs over a 30-year period.
The Automotive Innovation fund and the
Strategic Aerospace and Defence Initia-
tive and will invest 1.4 billion in tax re-
lief to manufacturers for equipment and
machinery.
Science and research- Combined pro-
grams promote cooperative and commer-
cial industrial research and development.
Updates will be done to the Science,
Technology and Innovation Strategy.
Science and Technology supported by
targeted government investment will en-
courage knowledge economies to take
information from the laboratory into the
market. International student participa-
tion in the sector will continue.
Last years food contamination issues
prompted government improvement of
food inspection programs. Improved
nutrition information will be placed on
product labels and legislation with new
user friendly labelling will increase safety
in pharmaceutical use.
Tourism and small business- For
every regulation added to tourism and
small business laws, the government will
take one off the books. The government
will provide tax information and tax re-
lief to small businesses.
Families- Reduction of cell phone
roaming costs, support for unbundled
TV channels and enhanced high speed
broadband networks in rural areas. Hid-
den fees on credit cards and lenders pay-
ment policies will have to be disclosed.
There will be equalization of prices on
goods from the United States. If custom-
ers like a paper copy of their bills, they
wont have to pay for them. Banks will
expand basic services without charging
service fees. Payday lenders will be mon-
itored for over-charging.
Seniors- Those caring for their older
family members will see increased tax
credits. Seniors will be helped to better
access community programs. The gov-
ernment will invest in dementia and re-
lated illnesses research. Prevention mea-
sures for discrimination by insurance
companies and employers on the basis
of genetic testing will be implemented.
Injury prevention organizations will be
consulted on programs to ensure safety.
Programs to encourage physical ftness
in young Canadians will be supported.
Costs to adopt children will be modifed.
Changes in government from the Throne
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step. This year Strathmore FCSS and the Youth Club of Strathmore have found an
innovative and unique resolution to that issue
Our First Pumpkins in the Park
This is a great way for families to interact and enjoy this season.
On November 1st, 2013 we are hoping that all residents of Strathmore that
have carved pumpkins will drop them off at Kinsman Park before 4:00 pm.
Volunteers will set them up throughout the park and light them for
a festive evening spectacular.
For three hours you and your family can wander the park and enjoy the festivities.
The event begins at 6 p.m. and runs until 9 p.m. Hot Chocolate will be
available to help keep you warm and music will fll the air.
Anyone taking in the event is encouraged to bring along a non-perishable food item,
new unwrapped toy or cash donation for the
Strathmore & District Christmas Hamper Society.
If you would like to extend the life-span of your jack-o-lantern this
Halloween season and you want everyone to enjoy your jack-o-lantern as well,
all you have to do is drop off your carved pumpkin at Kinsman Park on
Friday, November 1st, 2013 by 4:00 pm .
If you would like to volunteer with any aspect of the event from pickups to drop offs,
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The Governor General David John-
ston delivered his Speech from the
Throne in parliament on Oct. 16. The
following are some of the initiatives
that the government will endeavour to
put in place for the coming year.
Government Crime
and punishment
A Victims Rights Bill will be devel-
oped. Increased powers of policing
and tools to reduce cyber-bullying, and
criminalization for the distribution of
non-consensual intimate images will
be implemented. Protection of public
safety is jeopardized when violent of-
fenders are released.
They will now eliminate early release
for those offenders. Child sex offenders
will not receive sentencing discounts.
Changes will be made to ensure a life
sentence is enforced, with no early re-
lease, and serious repeat offenders will
not gain early releases. Investigations
for missing aboriginal woman will get
support, and prostitution laws will re-
main to protect against victimization
of women. Harsher penalties will be in
place for harm given to police service
animals.
addiCtion and soCial issues
Families will have a say where drug
injection sites are located. Prescription
drug addiction will be reviewed, elimi-
nating loop-holes for prescription drug
abuse while under doctor supervision.
Development of ideas were suggested
by reference to the Call for Concepts
for Social Finance, which involves pri-
vate and non-proft organization in-
volvement in community services. They
will support building strategies used to
combat homelessness.
environment
They will continue to protect national
wilderness lands and work with com-
munities, organizations and business to
put more green space in urban areas,
improve air quality and reduction of
greenhouse gases.
military
A promise is made to put front-line
capability before back-offce bureaucra-
cy. They will increase the monitoring
of cyber-bullying and terrorist threats.
Military reserves will gain an increased
profle and their employers will receive
increased assistance, such as:
An enhanced Veterans Charter;
Dignifed funerals for deceased vet-
erans
Reduced red tape to access veteran
benefts
Five billion additional dollars in
benefts and programs.
Help for homeless veterans
Helmets to Hardhats program en-
hancement
northern development
An armed forces Arctic Training cen-
tre will be opened and expansion of
the Rangers program will occur. North-
ern Economic Development agency will
be created. Mapping of the northern
seabeds will be done, to assert territo-
rial rights.
Continued on Page 19
More changes and innovations
from the Throne speech
Times TidbiTs
Did You Know?
The frst mention of trick-or-treating in print in North America
occurred in 1927 in Blackie, Alberta? Who knew!
Did you know the worlds largest pumpkin weighed in at 1,872 lbs?
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Monday, November 4, 2013
Monday, December 2, 2013
Monday, January 6, 2014
Volunteers: Please register with
Strathmore FCSS 403-934-9090
MeetiNgs
Held at strathmore FCss
85 Lakeside Blvd., strathmore 7 pm
Thanks to everyone
who got out and voted.
It is so important that we exercise
our democratic rights and make
our voices heard.
I wish to express my gratitude to
the citizens who encouraged me
to run for offce and to everyone
who supported me during the
campaign and the election.
I am so honoured to have had
so much help from people in the
community and so many called
asking for signs to be put up on
their property. I thank you all very
much.
A special thank you to those who
worked especially hard behind the
scenes for me - Richard Cody,
Dan Mackenzie, Larry and Jan
Vanderveen, Steve and Chris
Smith, Don Ross, my wife and son.
I am very happy to call Strathmore
home because the people who live
here make it a great community.
Thank
You
From
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ELL
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Family freworks across the province may soon
be illegal.
Alberta Municipal Affairs is amending the Alber-
ta Fire Code to ban family freworks in any county
or municipality that has not implemented a permit
process or already banned family freworks.
Fireworks used for Canada Day and other fes-
tivities would still be allowed under the changes.
I think their (government) intent is to make
everyone have a bylaw regarding the freworks,
said Jim Cammaert, owner of the freworks factory
at Rockyford. I think theyre going to be illegal if
there is no bylaw in place, at least thats what the
language is now.
Cammaert said the new law would hurt his busi-
ness. It all goes back to peoples rights and liber-
ties when they restrict the usage of all kinds of
things. I know when I was a kid growing up we
got to play with frecrackers, thats what kind of
led me into the special effects feld, and then they
made them illegal.
Cammaert said the Canadian Fireworks Associa-
tion is lobbying the government to be reasonable
with their consumer freworks law.
We have a doctor in town who just loves fre-
works, and hegoes with his kids every year (and
sets some off). Its sort of a family tradition around
New Years. To take that away seems to me to be
ridiculous, he said.
What it does is kind of like prohibition, it drives
it underground and people are going to bring
them (freworks) across the border. Theyre going
to use them illegally, and thats no good either.
Groups across the province are lobbying against
the proposed changes. Some of the changes in-
clude things like requiring every family freworks
store to register with the government and have
special labeling for any family freworks sold in
the province.
The fre damage caused in Alberta by freworks
of all types is less than 0.04 per cent of the dam-
age caused by all fres from 2001 to 2010.
There isnt a reason to ban it or to make it so
diffcult that people cant have fun with it. Theres
some very responsible people who do freworks
for their granddads 65th birthday. Its part of cel-
ebration and to take that away just because youre
worried that somebody wont do it right, or be-
cause youre worried that its too risky -- I mean
there isnt the incidents to support that kind of
action in Canada, said Cammaert.
Last September, Cammaert agreed to help
Wheatland County create a bylaw that would help
encourage the safe handling of freworks. For now,
that process has been put on hold while everyone
waits for the new regulations for the Alberta Fire
Building codes.
Consumer freworks
in jeopardy
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Investment in social services and
healthcare for northern populations
will take place. The North West Terri-
torial agreement will be dissolved and
negotiations of an new agreement oc-
cur with Nunavut. They will complete
the Dempster Highway. Development
of a High Arctic Sea Research station
will begin and the deep water Arctic
port at Nanisivik will be made opera-
tional. Assistance in natural resource
development will be offered. The tra-
ditional seal hunt for Inuit populations
will be protected. They want to fnd Sir
John Franklins lost expedition site.
Safety
The Railway Safety Act will be
amended. Enforcement of additional
insurance for rail operators and in-
creased measures will be implemented
for the transport of dangerous materi-
als, to ensure safety for Canadians from
Speech from the Throne
provides optimium
rail accidents. The govern-
ment will be developing a
National Disaster Mitigation
plan that will reduce the im-
pact on regions affected by
natural disasters.
ImmIgratIon
A new skill-based model
will be applied to immigra-
tion applications. The immi-
grant investor program will
be revised and the Citizen-
ship Act will be reformed.
Immigration backlogs will
be addressed. Right of Land-
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gees will be done, with help
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From Brad Walls
A heartfelt Thank You to everyone who voted
for me and supported me throughout my cam-
paign to become Town Councillor. It would not
have happened were it not for you, the voter, and
the dedicated, hard work of my campaign team.
Working together we have achieved our frst
goal, Town Councillor, and now we need to work
together to make Strathmore the vibrant, beau-
tiful small town thats great to live in and raise
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Its a Wonderful Life opens on Rose-
bud Theatres stage, Nov. 1.
This story is probably the most ar-
ticulate play when it comes to (Rose-
bud Theatres 2013) theme of Your life
matters, says director Morris Ertman.
The main character George Bailey is a
big dreamer, who doesnt ever get to
follow that dream, and lives what he
thinks is an ordinary, unimportant life,
he says. But George Bailey is anything
but unimportant.
The show is being presented in a ra-
dio play format.
The audience will see actors at mi-
crophones acting out the story, with
old-fashioned live sound effects in the
background, Ertman says. The actors
play many roles, so part of the fun is
watching a person transform from one
character to another through the use
of their voice... Those actors will be in-
teracting in dynamic ways that actually
result in them acting out the story.
Rosebud resident actor Nathan
Schmidt, who played in both of Rose-
buds summer shows -- Cotton Patch
Gospel and Underneath the Lintel,
looks forward to playing George Bai-
ley.
Theres something about (George
Bailey) thats kind of timeless, Schmidt
says, an innocence I fnd that he con-
tinues to hold.
Theres also a clarity about what he
says, Schmidt observes. Its so great
to have just the perfect thing to say in
the perfect moment. And George does
that a couple of times ... Its fun to have
those speeches.
The key aspect of George Baileys
character, what drives the story for-
ward, is that he doesnt ever get to do
what he wants to do, Schmidt says,
but I think his heart changes.
How many of us have these dreams
that we think would make our life bet-
ter, and we cant see right in front of us
all of this? Schmidt asks. We all want
to know that our life has meaning, that
we have worth.
George Bailey nears the end of his
life, thinking hes done nothing of val-
ue, but then is able to look back and
sees the impact hes made. Its such
a wonderful moment for an audience
and for us to see, Schmidt says, and
just to hope that in our moment of
need, we have that group of people
surrounding us.
Its an opportunity for the audience
to consider our own lives. I can think
about my life now in the context of
what would happen if I wasnt in it.
Who are the people who would be
affected? Schmidt says. We can just
trace it back, and think if I wasnt here,
this wouldnt happen and that wouldnt
happen ... (George Bailey) sacrifces so
much and the reward is so great.
Its a Wonderful Life is this story of
redemption and of worth and love and
support and villains and good guys,
Schmidt says. It hits all the buttons.
He hopes the play will help audienc-
es fnd a new bunch of worth within
themselves and be able to look at the
world with that. Just that theyll come
and just recognize their worth within
the context of the community and their
families.
Its a Wonderful Life plays Nov. 1 to
Dec. 23. Tickets and information are
available at 1-800-267-7553 and www.
rosebudtheatre.com.
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Its a wonderful life
for all of us
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The Celebration of Lights Committee will be hosting the Christmas Parade this year.
We would like to build the Parade to be a fun event each year for our community.
The Santa Claus Parade will be held on Saturday, November 23 starting at 5 pm. and follow a
parade route throughout downtown, then everyone can head to the Agricultural Grounds
for a Charity BBQ and entertainment will take place to precede the 6th.
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Times Reporter
The Wheatland Warriors had two games with home ice
advantage, and it proved to work; they defeated the Taber
Golden Suns 6-2 on Oct. 19, and the Airdrie Lightning 4-1 on
Oct. 20. The bantams continue to be undefeated, 9-0 on the
season.
We have a very talented team. There are lots of kids on
this team that won the peewee championship last year. They
know how to win games, said head coach Mark Laycock.
We struggled so far this year in getting a 60 minute effort,
because I think theyre talented enough that with a 40 minute
effort, they can get away with it sometimes. Come playoff
time, it might be a different story.
However, Laycock said the frst periods this weekend were
better than usual.
Its just a matter of preparation and being ready for the
game, I think weve struggled with that. Were just pushing
it through to the kids that were there to prepare them, Lay-
cock said. But theyre getting to that age where they have to
be able to push themselves.
Against Taber, Lucas Muenchrath led the team with three
points, while Rylan Longmuir added two goals. In total, the
team had a great offensive effort with 43 shots.
I think its a natural thing for a lot of these kids. Growing
up, I think theyve learned how to play the game the right
way. They move the puck well and move their feet well, Lay-
cock said. Its been a little easier on me, because when you
know how to move the puck as well as they have, its one of
those things thats hard to teach as a coach, but they obvi-
ously have a good knack for it.
Airdrie ruined the Warriors shutout with just under fve
minutes to go in the third period on Oct. 20. Longmuir again
had two points; he and teammate Kyle Merkosky are tied for
third in the league with 17 points in nine games.
Theyre both playing really well, Laycock said. Rylan has
used his speed really well this year, and Merkosky is a big
body, who when he gets out there, he can use that to his
advantage.
All Warriors have played a strong game in the oppositions
end the lowest scoring forward has seven points. Wheatland
hopes to continue their streak against the Okotoks Oilers on
Oct. 27.
Wheatland BRaVeS
The peewee Wheatland Braves split their weekend with a
7-1 victory over Red Deer Parkland in Strathmore on Oct. 19,
but lost 5-2 to the Sylvan Lake Trilliant Realty Lakers on their
turf the next day.
Hassan Akl had three assists in the win, while Eric Sandum
added two markers. Tarun Fizer contributed to his team lead
in points with a goal and an assist; he has 12 points in nine
games.
In the loss to Sylvan Lake, the Braves were only down 2-1
at the end of the frst period, but couldnt handle the Lakers
in the second and third. Their record for the season is 3-5-1.
They look to improve in Hussar on Oct. 25, against the Bow
Valley Timberwolves.
Wheatland ChiefS
The Wheatland Chiefs defeated the Lacombe Rockets at
home on Oct. 20 by a score of 5-3, improving their midget re-
cord to 5-0. The Chiefs were up 3-0 in the third period, when
the Rockets came within one. With fve minutes remaining in
the game, Wheatland scored two quickly. Lacombe netted one
with under a minute left, but the Chiefs hung on.
A combined 76 penalty minutes were given out to the two
teams, which led to three powerplay goals for the Chiefs. Tay-
lor Donner had two goals and one assist, while Cody Willis
also had two markers. Coltyn Herman had two helpers on the
night, and leads the team with 11 points.
The Chiefs are home for their next three games, including
against the Okotoks Oilers on Oct. 26.
The Wheatland Warriors (top left, right) defeated the Airdrie Lightning at
home on Oct. 20, by a score of 4-1. Airdrie distrupted Ty Tarvyds shut-
out with just under 5 minutes to go, but the Warriors continued their hot
streak, moving to 9-0 on the season. The Chiefs play at home for their
next three games. A victory over the Lacombe Rockets at home on Oct.
20 moved the Wheatland Chiefs (above) to 5-0 on the season. 76 penalty
minutes were given between the two teams, leading to three powerplay
goals for Wheatland.
Aryssah Stankevitsch Photos
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AryssAh stAnkevitsch
Times Reporter
On Oct. 29 and 30, Strathmore High
Schools Grade 10 dance classes will
be performing everything theyve
learned in class in two separate, dif-
ferent recitals.
The theme of the show is Lets
Hear It For The Boys, which is based
on each number having a song played
that is a male lead.
The course credit is ten weeks long,
with roughly 16 students in the two
classes practicing 6-7 times a week.
Teacher Paula Richardson introduces
the dancers to everything from hip-
hop, jazz, contemporary, folk, and
even belly dancing (for the girls -the
boys learn poi instead).
In Dance 10, we try to expose them
to as many different styles as we can;
usually we get a professional or two
to come in and work with them, from
Expressions Dance Gallery, Richard-
son said. Part of their assignment is
choreographing their own piece. The
students learn how to do costume
changes really fast, backstage in the
dark.
Richardson hopes to provide the
Grade 10s with basics they can build
on, and develop in Grade 11 and
Grade 12, but feels the class gives
much more than just that.
One of the biggest things this gives
to kids is a solid dose of confdence. A
lot of these kids have never performed
in front of an audience before, and its
terrifying for them to think about,
Richardson said. They get one show,
thats it, then were done; but at least
80 to 90 per cent of them come back
and say, I wish we could do another
show. They learn so much in that
show, and they gain so much conf-
dence that they start to have fun.
Lets Hear It For The Boys plans
to be just under an hour, with roughly
15 numbers, depending on how many
students group themselves together
in duets or larger groups. Tickets go
on sale at SHS around 6:30 p.m., with
doors opening at 6:45 p.m.. The show
begins at 7 p.m., with the $5 ticket
price going towards hiring the profes-
sional dancers and the students cos-
tumes.
Hopefully, from a program design-
er end of it, I hope that I leave with
a sense of I want to do this again,
so I see them again in Grade 11 and
Grade 12, Richardson said. The fne
arts program is really strong here at
Strathmore High.
Lets hear it
for the boys
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Times Reporter
On the road for the second straight weekend,
the UFA Bisons pulled off two victories: 5-2 against
Ernies Sports Storm in Grand Prairie on Oct. 19;
and 5-3 over the Gregg Distributors in Edmonton
the following day.
The Storm had a 2-1 lead in the frst, but the
Bisons tied it up in the second, and lit up three in
the third. The Bisons scored four of their markers
on the powerplay, thanks to the Storm taking 16
penalties on the night.
Yeah it really helped us when they took a lot of
penalties, said Bisons head coach Dan MacDon-
ald. If theyre going to take penalties, then we
can capitalize on their miscues.
Mackenzie Bauer continued his streak with
a goal against the Storm; he has 13 points in 8
games, tied for third in the league.
Hes the captain of our team, and he leads by
example, MacDonald said. He just plays hard
all the time. Hes a real fre plug for our hockey
team.
It took the team roughly six hours to travel from
Grand Prairie to Edmonton, but the boys didnt let
fatigue infuence their play.
Its tough to play that quick. You dont get much
turnaround time to recover, MacDonald said.
Not only so, but three of their players were out
for the game in Edmonton. Josh Bishop was on a
one-game suspension, and Philip Anderson con-
tinues to sit out with his injury. In the Grand Prai-
rie game, Braden Biccum took a harsh hit from
behind; it looked like a slight concussion, Mac-
Donald said. Down to nine forwards and fve de-
fensemen, left wing Connor Boyd played defense
to assist the skinny bench.
Gregg Distributors had a 2-1 league at the end
of the frst it was back and forth in the sec-
ond period, before the Bisons took over. For the
second straight game, Mason McCarty contributed
two goals; Bauer added two helpers.
It was a real gutsy win. It was just hard work
and determination. Thats our strength -- we give
a good solid effort. Any time you do, things can
go your way. We had a bit of luck too, they hit a
couple posts, but Garrett Mason played really well
in net again for us, MacDonald said.
Mason made 33 saves, and has a .922 save per-
centage and 2.39 goals against average on the sea-
son.
Rookie defenseman Tristan Thompson is close
behind Bauer in points with 12; Thompson is also
tied with teammate Mason McCarty, for the league
lead in powerplay goals, with fve each.
AryssAh stAnkevitsch
Times Reporter
The Strathmore High School (SHS) Spartans cross country
runners placed frst at Zones in Canmore on Oct. 9 and
though no hardware was awarded at provincials on Oct. 19
in Drayton Valley, every Spartan improved their personal best
times. The team fnished with 480.17 points, good for 11th in
the province.
Bisons with double Ws
Runners gain valuable experience
Photo courtesy of Paul Sonsteby
The Strathmore High School Spartans earned 480.17 points at
cross country provincials in Drayton Valley on Oct. 19. maria
Fanning had the best time for the team with a 13:10 fnish; she
placed 43rd amongst the junior girls.
Reflection
this past week ive been refecting on
a story in the Gospel of luke. Jesus en-
ters a town and encounters ten lepers
who call out to him for mercy. Jesus
tells them to go show themselves to
the priests. As they went, they were
healed. one sees he is healed and
returns to Jesus to express his thanks.
Giving thanks. Have you ever noticed
how giving thanks intensifes the
experience? if you are out taking in
some breathtaking vista it is wonderful.
if you have someone with you and you
lean over to say, this is so beautiful!
im so glad you are here to share it with
me the vista is somehow even more
spectacular.
Giving thanks, expressing our gratitude
really is the fnest of emotions. it draws
us out of ourselves into something big-
ger, larger and grander than we could
imagine and joins us with the one who
gives all good things.
counting your blessings and offering
thanks where they are due enriches
and deepens relationships and overall
makes one more grateful for the gift
of life.
Gratitude frees us from fear and re-
leases us from anxiety. expressing our
gratitude makes us happier. Positive
emotions such as gratitude actually
make us more generous and compas-
sionate persons. Grateful people place
less importance on materialism.
Giving thanks. Most of will have
celebrated thanksgiving earlier this
month a day set aside to enjoy all we
have to give thanks for. We gather with
family and friends, often eat too much,
and if the weather is as great as it was
this past weekend, get outside to enjoy
the many colors and favors the autumn
has to offer.
We do have much to be thankful for.
Perhaps if we counted our blessings
and gave thanks we would be feel less
stress with the upcoming celebrations
Halloween and christmas. the store
shelves are already full of stuff to help
one decorate and celebrate. these two
holidays push us to want more. if we
recognize what is really important and
are truly thankful for what we have, our
priorities will be such that we are re-
leased from the pressures to purchase
more, bigger, better and newer stuff.
Sometimes it is diffcult to realize what
a burden more is until you try less.
So give thanks, practice gratitude.
Making everyday a mini-thanksgiving
but be prepared you just might fnd
yourself to be a happier, more content
individual.
Respectfully submitted,
Rev. Pamela Scott
Strathmore United Church
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Sunday Service: 10 am
Tues. Divine Encounter: 11:30 - 1 pm
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Thursday Bible Study: 7 pm
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50 Maplewood Drive 403-934-2225
Senior Pastor: Rev. Les Fischer
Childrens Pastor: Lori Dollinger
Youth Pastor: Kyle Lomenda
Worship Service: 10:30 am
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Its surprising and impressive considering the
diffculty of the course we ran, said Spartans coach
Paul Sonsteby. It was a killer course, there was an
immense hill to end each lap; Ive never seen so
many elite runners walk. None of mine, but these
are provincial athletes.
Sonsteby mentioned it was an interesting learn-
ing experience as a coach, to plan around that
monstrous hill.
Canmore is a tricky mountain course. This was
different, he said. This particular hill was a grad-
ual, really steep hill of about 300 to 400 meters.
Every race except junior girls had to do it twice.
If youre a runner whos trying to make a plan,
right at the middle of your race, its sapping a huge
amount of energy. Then having to get your breath
back, and do the whole thing again.
SHS took ten runners to provincials: team cap-
tains Carter Jones and Avery Johnson, Tamara
Adamschuk, Brenden Roberts, Kyle Foster, Luke
Macdonald, Taylor Keegan, Gabi LeMoine, Maria
Fanning and Karly Larson. The latter two, Fanning
and Larson, fnished in 43rd (time of 13:10) and
63rd (time of 19:05), for their respective groupings
of junior girls and intermediate girls.
Karly Larson is an athletes athlete. She plays
every sport and shes good at every sport. She kind
of always has a smirk or a grin and looks like shes
having fun, Sonsteby said. Coming up the hill that
second time was the frst time Ive ever seen Karly
Larson do her version of suffering. She had a great
result; she shaved three minutes off her time one
of the best runs of the day. But she looked like,
man, this is hard.
Another Spartan who conquered the hill was
Gabi LeMoine.
The distance shes traveled, ability-wise, from
the beginning of Grade 10 to the Grade 11 season;
that little runner wouldnt let the hill tackle her,
Sonsteby said. She can just build on that for next
year.
Roughly 800 students competed in Drayton Val-
ley.
We had one of the strongest groups of runners
Ive seen, Sonsteby said. Its thanks to our feeder
system. The Cross Country team at the junior high
and the run clubs at the elementary schools will
ensure us success for years to come. The sport that
is other sports punishment is starting to come into
the mainstream.
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UPCOMING CLINICS IN YOUR LOCAL AREA
Date: Time: Location:
Monday, October 28
Tuesday, October 29
12:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Strathmore Civic Centre
120 Brent Boulevard
Strathmore
Wednesday, October 30 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Central Bow Valley School
430 6 Avenue
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Wednesday, October 30 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Rockyford Friendship Centre
111 Main Street
Rockyford
Thursday, October 31 10:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Lomond Seniors Centre
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or call Health Link Alberta at 1.866.408.5465 (LINK).
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Volunteers always needed to help put up the lights and decorations,
take part in the evening, directing traffc, handing out candy canes
and coupons for the Kids. Work bees are scheduled for Saturday and
Sundays commencing in October. At the Ag. Grounds.
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TIMES
STRATHMORE
Spartans squads
playoff bound
AryssAh stAnkevitsch
Times Reporter
Two of the three Strathmore Spartans
football teams are into the post-season,
including the bantams, who fnished
frst in the south division. They defeat-
ed Lindsay at home on Oct. 19 in the
quarter-fnals, by a score of 62-2.
Our offense fnally came alive, and
our defense continued their strong
play, Doug Klauck said, bantam coach.
We had a couple players with three
touchdowns each.
Those players were Kashtin Running
Rabbit and Tavell Grant. Klauck said
the team still needs to tighten up on a
few aspects of the game, before facing
Stettler at home in the semi-fnals on
Oct. 26.
Defensively, well need to improve
for a tougher running team as Stettler
is; its just staying disciplined, Klauck
said. We expect them to be a tougher
team than weve seen in a while. They
fnished second in the north division.
From all indication from their game
against Springbank (in the playoffs), it
should be a good game.
With a potential victory over Stet-
tler, depending on the results of other
games, the Spartans may play at home
for the championship on Nov. 2.
The other Spartan team continuing in
the playoffs is Coach Chuck Holloways
peewees; they shut out Olds in their f-
nal season game 30-0 on Oct. 19. The
peewee Spartans will also battle against
Stettler on Oct. 26, but are away, for the
quarter-fnal.
I played them last year, Holloway
said. From results in the league, every-
bodys telling me were pretty evenly
matched.
Stettler had the same record as the
Spartans, but with two more points
scored against them, Strathmore fn-
ished third in the division instead of
Stettlers second.
If the peewees win on Oct. 26, theyd
likely face Lacombe, the only team that
beat them this season by a score of 44-
6.
Were prepping the team as far as
playing Lacombe, Holloway said. If
we can defend Lacombe, we can de-
fend Stettler.
The Strathmore High School Spar-
tans didnt fnish their season as hoped;
with another loss against Drumheller
on Oct. 15, 61-14, they placed sixth in
the league and are out of the playoffs.
In total, the Senior Spartans scored 42
points, but had 367 scored against.
Its the lack of execution, due to lack
of practice attendance you know, you
hate to keep beating that drum but, we
never did get executing 100 per cent,
Senior Coach Carl Seafoot said. Its just
always kind of, okay, thats done, now
for the future, what can we do? You
start making efforts to try and improve
things.
One of those efforts includes com-
bining practices with Chestermere for
next season.
Were working on a bit of a partner-
ship with Chestermere, to get us some
more scrimmage time, Seafoot said.
Maybe getting both teams together for
one day a week.
Seafoot will lose eight players to
graduation, but has plenty of players
potentially coming back.
We should still have 15 plus return-
ing. Then you get your infux out of
bantam, and a few new bodies maybe,
he said. It was defnitely a tough year.
The Strathmore Spar-
tans bantam team (top
photo) defeated Red
Deers Lindsay 62-2
in their frst playoff
game on Oct. 19 at
the Strathmore High
School. meanwhile,
the Spartans peewee
team (bottom photo)
defeated Olds 30-0 in
their fnal regular sea-
son game on Oct. 19.
Kevin Link Photos
boosts my confdence, she said.
Lecavalier has been working hard with
trainer Bill Thompson to prepare for na-
tionals, especially for team Ontarios two
squads.
Ive heard a lot of good things about
them, Lecavalier said. They win almost
every year, especially with two teams
that are both really strong. Im defnitely
nervous for that.
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Royal Canadian Legion
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and crib, Please call 403.934.5119
Wheatland Conservation
& Wildlife Association
(Your local fsh & game club). Meetings 2nd
Thursday every month, 7:30pm at the Club-
house. Call Larry at 403-934-4388 for more
information.
Strathmore District Health
Services Auxiliary
Meetings are held the fourth Monday of the
month @ 1:30 pm (excluding July & August).
Lower level Conference Room at the Strath-
more Hospital. New members welcome. For
more info please call 403-934-4436
Strathmore & District
Chamber of Commerce
Meets the second Thursday of the month
@ 7:00 p.m. All members welcome. Check
web page for meeting location. For more
information call 403-901-3175 or www.
strathmoredistrictchamber.com.
Come Fly With Us
903 Royal Canadian Air Cadet Sqn. meet
Wednesdays at 6:30pm at the blue building
and Quonset on the Ag grounds. Boys &
Girls between 12 & 19 years welcome. Call
Joanna Howard at 403-983-5796 for more
information.
Storytime at Strathmore
Municipal Library
Tuesday 10:30am-11:30am and Fridays
2pm-3pm. Join the library for FREE weekly
storytimes! Free to attend. No registration
required.
Crafternoon!
Mondays (4-5pm) @ Strathmore Municipal
Library. FREE drop-in after school craft pro-
gram designed for children grades 1-6.

Homework Help
(Starting Nov. 7) Thursdays (4pm-5pm) @ the
Strathmore Municipal Library. Drop by for
free homework help by our volunteer tutor
geared towards Grades 1-6.
HIV Edmonton
Providing support, education and advocacy for
those infected with, affected by or at risk of
HIV and AIDS for 25 years. Go to www.hived-
monton.com or call toll free 1.877.388.5742.
Hope Bridges Society for
Creative & Continued Learning
Advocating for, and bringing together citizens
of all abilities for meaningful relationships,
friendships, & opportunities through the Arts
holds Board Meetings on the 3rd Tuesday of
each month at 6:30 PM, at Unit 9, 104 3rd
Avenue (the Leary Centre). Please contact
Wanda at 403-983-3690, or 403-901-5081
(Cell) for further information about our work
and upcoming events, if you would like to be
added to our friends/contact list, or visit us
in our new offce noted above.
Strathmore & District
Agricultural Society
Strathmorestampede.com,
sags@telus.net Offce 403.934.5811 Fax
403.901.0299 Facebook: Strathmore Stam-
pede Twitter: Strathmore Rodeo
Meals on Wheels
Available in Strathmore. For information or
to obtain this service please contact Wheat-
land FCSS at 403-934-5335.
Strathmore FASD Parent Support Group
At the Strathmore United Church. For more
info call Pam @652-4776.
Strathmore Masonic Lodge #53
Meets the frst Monday of each Month at 7:30
p.m. Call Glen at 403-901-6038. Website:
www.strathmore53.com
Chestermere and area Children (&
Families) with Type 1 Diabetes.
Our Goal is to create a group of mature, re-
sponsible members where we open our own
homes as Safe Places for Diabetic Children
to go to if ever in Diabetic Distress. Join the
Facebook group for more information.
Strathmore Writers Group
Meets on the frst Monday of the month at
the Strathmore Municipal Library. Please fnd
us on Facebook or email Sam at spadkins10@
hotmail.com for more information.
Sing Your High Note
Tuesdays 1 to 2 pm Hope Church Brent Blvd.
OR Tuesdays 2 to 3 pm Continuing Care Unit
at the hospital. 1-4 sessions $20 each; 5 or
more sessions $10 each. Call Wanda to register
403-983-3640.
Cheadle Lions Club
Drop off your pennies or change off at the
Civic Centre. All proceeds raised goes
toward local projects.
Strathmore Musical Arts Society
If you love music and musicians and have a
special soft spot for the Blues, you would
enjoy being part of this group. Call 403-934-
4196 or 403-680-7721 to get on our phone
or email list and be notifed about
meetings and upcoming events.
Strathmore Elks Lodge #491
Meets 3rd Tuesday at the Strathmore Curling
Club 6:30 pm. Steak Supper at 7 pm. New
Members welcome. Call Greg 403-888-6155.

Strathmore Homeschool Families
Any Strathmore and Area familes that are
homeschooling are invited to join our Yahoo
Group. www.groups.yahoo.com/group/strath-
morehsfams
Strathmore Hand in Hand Parent Link
Offers FREE programming to kids 0-6 and their
caregivers! Check the Town of Strathmore web-
site Community Events section for programs
and times! Located at 421-2nd St, across from
Paragon Pharmacy. 690-1237.
Youth Club of Strathmore
Provides youth (6-17yrs) with opportunities/
activities that build positive relationships,
strengthens and develops self-esteem and
promote personal skill development through
affordable and barrier free programs. Our
programs include After The Bell, a homework
program offered Monday to Friday from 3pm-
6pm. Call the Youth Club for further info 403-
934-4918 or www.youthclubofstrathmore.ca.
Community Futures Wild Rose In part-
nership with The Business Link
Attend valuable, low-cost learning sessions for
small business owners in our video-confer-
ence facility in Strathmore. Phone: 403-934-
8888 for info & to register.
Free Tree for all New Born Babies
Attention all infants remind your parents to
register your birth so a tree can be planted
commemorating your birth in the Chinook
Credit Union Birth Forest in Strathmore.
Registration Forms are available at the Town
offce, Chinook Credit Union and Health Unit.
(A Communities in Bloom Project)
Meetings and Sewing Workshops The
2nd and 4th Thursday of every month at 7pm.
We meet at the Strathmore Ag
Grounds, Red Quonset. Looking for 100%
cotton or fannel fabric donations to do some
charity quilts. New Members Welcome. Con-
tact Laurie at 901-0088 or Wendy 901-3756.
Sunday School for All Ages
Lord of All Lutheran Church offers Christian
Education opportunities for ages 3 years to adult,
on Sunday Mornings. All are Welcome! For more
information please call Margo Sevick 403-901-2044
or call the Church Offce at 403-934-2374.
Go Green Upcycling Wednesdays 7 9 pm
Hope Bridges Offce 104 3rd Ave (at the library
in May). Go Green Upcycling Thursdays 10 am
to noon Hope Bridges Offce 104 3rd Ave. 1-4
sessions $20 each; 5 or more sessions $10 each.
Call Wanda to register 403-983-3640.
Strathmore Country
Gardens Club
Meetings at least once per month.Tours, guest
speakers, workshops and much more included
in a membership. For more information visit
www.strathmorecountrygardensclub.webs.
com or phone Linda Pekrul 403-901-0017.
Are you concerned or affected by
someones drinking?
Strathmore New Hope Al-anon Family Group
can help. We meet every Thursday at 8
oclock @ Lord of All Lutheran Church. 112
Lakeside Boulevard. (entrance at back door)
For more information call our 24 hour help
line at 403-266-5850.
Seventh-day
Adventist Church
Meeting in the Lord of All Lutheran Church
at 112 Lakeside Blvd,Strathmore. Saturday
morning @ 10:00 AM. Pastor Ghena Girleanu,
phone 403-983-0081.
Wheatland Business Women
Meet the second Tuesday of the month @
8:00 am at Days Inn & Suites. New members
welcome http://businesswomen.ca and follow
us on Facebook. Call 403-324-6641.
RCCG Peculiar People Assembly,
1 Peter 2:9 (KJV) meetings. Sunday Services at
10am & Thursdays Bible study at 7pm.Venue:
115 A 3rd Ave, Strathmore. PH: 403-667-
7832, E-mail: pastor@rccgstrathmore.com
Strathmore Parent and Tot Playgroup
Meets every Tuesday at 9:30 - 11:30 am. in the
Strathmore United Church Basement. $1/child.
Strathmore Full Gospel Church
Were a Pentecostal bible-based family church
that has something for all ages. Call 934-2225 or
visit www.strathmorefullgospel.com
St. Michaels & All Angels Anglican
Currently at interim location: 245 Brent Blvd.
(North Door) 403-934-3017. Christ Alive in
our Community. Sunday Morning
Worship 11:00am.

Strathmore Baptist Church Meeting
Sundays @ 11am and Thursdays @ 7pm, Call
Pastor David Blankenship for info 403-390-
4431.
Wheatland Whirlers Square & Round
Dance Club
Dances every Wednesday at Westmount
School Gym, September to April. New Danc-
ers: 7-8:30 pm; Experienced Dancers: 8-10
pm. Contact Dave or Claudia 403-934-5966.
Wheatland County Food Bank Society
Food applications accepted at (403) 324-4335
Monday through Thursday 12pm to 4pm or
through the website at:
www.wheatlandfoodbank.com.
Wheatland Rural
Crime Watch
Meetings are the 3rd Thursday of each Month.
Featuring guest speakers. For more informa-
tion call 403-934-4055
Adult Drop In Volleyball
Wednesday nights 7pm-9pm Crowther Me-
morial Junior High. Starts September 18, 2013.
Contact Lavern Lein 403-934-7527.
Strathmore Fun Runners
Car Club
Meets the frst Wednesday of the month. New
members welcome! Please call Todd at 403-934-
0558 or Shawn at 403-901-9303 for info.
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings
Strathmore open meetings MONDAY
8:00 P.M. at Hope Community Church, call
403-901-9666 or 587-727-2101. Strathmore
Full Gospel Church -TUESDAYS at
8:00P.M., call 403-901-6816.THURSDAYS
8:00P.M. at Full Gospel Church, call 403-
361-9396. SUNDAY 2:00 P.M. at Strathmore
United Church, call 403-934-9570. If drinking
is a problem, please come to a meeting or call
any of the numbers just to talk.
Strathmore Regional Victim
Services Society (SRVSS)
SRVSS is looking for men and women interest-
ed in becoming front line victim advocates
to provide support, information and referrals
to victims of crime or tragedy. We need
individuals interested in a challenging and
rewarding volunteer experience who are
caring and non-judgmental with a sincere
interest in helping victims move past their im-
mediate trauma.We provide extensive training
in many areas, including sexual assaults,
domestic violence, suicide, court preparation,
and sudden death. If you are interested in
volunteering please contact Lesley Hering at
the Strathmore RCMP Detachment at (403)
934-6552.Website:
www.strathmoreregionalvictimservices.com
Strathmore Lions Club
Meets the frst and third Thursdays at the
Strathmore Civic Centre at 6:45 pm.
Go Green Upcycling
Thursdays 10 a.m. to noon Hope Bridges
Offce, 245 Brent Blvd. Strathmore
Divine Encounter
11:30 am (Prayer Meeting) RCCG Peculiar
People Assembley (1 Pet. 2:9) 115A - 3rd Ave.,
Strathmore (403) 667-7832
Sing Your High Note
Tuesdays 1 - 2 pm (starting Sept 10th) Hope
Church, 245 Brent Blvd. Strathmore
African Drumming
Wednesdays for 6 weeks
6:30 pm circle; 7 to 8 pm songs
(September 11, 18, 25, October 2, 9, 16 and Gala
on the 24th) Holy Cross Collegiate, 709B 2nd
Street, Strathmore
The Happy Gang 55+ Seniors Group
Location: 85 Lakeside Blvd. Meetings the 2nd
Tues of each month @ 1:30. Pot luck Dinner
4th Tues of each month @ 5:30. Hall Rental
call Christine 403- 901-1574. Activites include:
Mornings -pool, yoga,Walking program,
Afternoons - Canasta, Crib, Rummikuge and
Bingo. Saturday - Floor Curling. For more
information on activities call Valerie - 403-
480-4087.
Zentangle
Beginner - October 3rd 7 pm. Library 85 Lake-
side Blvd. Intermediate - November 7th 7 pm
Hope Bridges Offce #8 104 3rd Ave.,
Strathmore.
Whats Happening
a free weekly
community calendar
If you are a non-proft group and
have a special event you would
like to promote contact us! Email:
alissa@strathmoretimes.com
call: 403-934-5589
Fax: 403-934-5546.
Space restrictions mean keep info to
a minimum.
Also check out our website:
Strathmoretimes.com/Events
special events
Do you have a good
Halloween ghost story or
stories about a haunted
house, both past or
present? Give us a call 934-
5589 or email:
shannon@strathmoretimes.com
and we will have a reporter contact you.
Project H.O.P.E. is actively seeking new
members to join our board. We will be holding
our Annual General Meeting on Monday
October 28th at 5pm at Westmount School
for anyone who would like to join or that is
interested in the operations of the Project.
Everyone welcome.
BRIDGING THE GAP - Community Lunch Club
social get together for 55+ to have a themed
lunch served; together with a presenter on
Tuesday, October 29, Theme: Halloween,
from 11:00 a.m. 1:00 pm located at the
Lord of all Lutheran Church. To register call
Marg at 403-901-7811. A Meet & Greet for
Parents & Mentors come and meet some
Parents, the Mentors, do an activity and
have a light lunch on Monday, October 21,
2013 Activity: Halloween decorations craft.
Located at the Lord of all Lutheran Church.
Free event, register by calling Rhonda at 403-
901-7684.
Crafternoon! Mondays (4-5pm) @
Strathmore Municipal Library. FREE drop-
in after school craft program designed for
children grades 1-6.
Homework Help (Starting Nov. 7) Thursdays
(4pm-5pm) @ the Strathmore Municipal
Library. Drop by for free homework help by
our volunteer tutor geared towards Grades
1-6.
Friday Fun Films - Nov. 8 (1:30-3:30pm) @
Strathmore Municipal Library This month the
library will be featuring The Secret of Nimh,
Rated G. This program is free to attend and
no registration is required.
Booksale Nov. 22 (Noon-7pm) & Nov.
23 (10am-5pm) - @ Strathmore Municipal
Library. Shop for some great bargains and
support the library too!
Library Christmas Craft Fair Sat. Nov. 16
(10am-4pm) @ Strathmore Municipal Library.
Get a jump on your holiday shopping or
become a vendor! For more information go
to www.strathmorelibrary.ca/xmasfair.
3rd Annual Boob Tour hosted by The Magical
Moms. A fantastic standup comedy show
presented by Comedy for the Cure. All
proceeds from this event will go to the
Canadian Cancer Society. Gather your
spouses, friends, neighbors to book a table of
8 and we will reserve your table to ensure you
all sit together. Ticket includes snacks. Limited
tickets so purchase early! Silent Auction,
50/50 Raffe and Cash Bar. Doors open at 7
and the show starts at 8. Tickets are available
from: Shelly Neal - 403-533-2263, Patti Van
Bavel - 403-934-9765, Amy Hampton - 403-
998-3661, Dawn Kalbhen - 403-934-9841,
Dallas Stickel - 403-901-9398.
Lecavalier preparing for U18
AryssAh stAnkevitsch
Times Reporter
Sarah Lecavalier and Team
Albertas U18 team only have
three guaranteed games at
the National Womens U18
Championship preliminary
round; they play Manitoba on
Nov. 6, Ontario Red on Nov. 7,
and Saskatchewan on Nov. 8.
Being at nationals, and be-
ing able to hang out with the
girls; itll be an amazing expe-
rience, Lecavalier said. Im
just pumped.
This will be the only tour-
nament for the 20-girl team,
who trained together differ-
ent weekends throughout the
summer, until next years se-
lection camp.
This weekend, we had one-
on-ones with our coach, so he
would tell us what he wants,
Lecavalier said, of former
NHLer Mikko Makela, coach
for Team Alberta. Theres a
big jump from boys to girls,
like the puck possession. He
wants me to take the puck
and just try stuff stuff that
I normally wouldnt do with
boys and he wants me to try
and get comfortable with it.
Lecavalier said that Makela
knows his hockey and what
it takes to play at a high level
but reminds her of her for-
mer peewee coach, Keith Kl-
emmensen.
All of my Wheatland coach-
es, they were a huge support
especially Keith, she said.
Klemmensen still comes to
watch Lecavaliers Highwood
Raiders team, including this
past weekend.
Just having Keith there,
knowing that hes there, just
Strathmores Sarah Lecavalier will compete
for Team Albertas U18 team at the National
Womens Championship in earlier November.
Lecavalier is one of two 15-year-olds named to
the team.
Photo courtesy of stephan Lecavalier
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William Bill Fiedler
passed away peacefully
at Strathmore Hospital on October 19,
2013. He was born June 26, 1940 in
Brandon, Manitoba. Bill married Lucie
on November 26, 1960. They moved to
Calgary in 1971 where he worked as a
purchasing agent and offce manager.
He is survived by his wife, Lucie, of 52
years; fve children, Pat (David) Yip, Lau-
ra (Rob) Brown, Randy (Lynda) Fiedler,
Chris (Tracey) Fiedler, and Michele (Roy)
Campbell; eleven grandchildren, Megan
(Josh) Schmaltz, Kevin (Liz) Brown, Craig
Brown, Monique Fiedler, Rachel Fiedler
(Brent), Brandon Fiedler, Kelly Fiedler,
Joshua Campbell, twins Ashley and
Krysten (Stanley), and Chelsea Camp-
bell (David); one great-grandchild Kaylee
Brilz; sister Eva Merry; sister-in-law El-
eanor (Ivor) Reeve; brothers-in-law Dan
(Sherril) Flick, and Dean (Mary) Flick;
and numerous nieces and nephews. He
was pre-deceased by both of his par-
ents, Fred and Ruby Fiedler; brother-in-
law Sid Merry; and niece Edith Merry. A
Memorial Mass will be held on Thursday,
October 24, 2013 at Strathmore Alliance
Church at 11:00 a.m. In lieu of fowers,
donations in Bills memory can be made
directly to Strathmore Hospital (200
Brent Blvd., Strathmore, Alberta, T1P
1J9). To send condolences, please visit
www.wheatlandfuneralhome.ca.
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Spartans fght
to the end
AryssAh stAnkevitsch
Times Reporter
A close matchup to last years league
champions displayed much mental
growth, but it wasnt enough; the Strath-
more High School (SHS) Spartans varsi-
ty boys volleyball team lost to Foothills
Composite High School 3-1 on Oct. 16.
Last year, we didnt put up such a
mentally tough fght, whereas this year
we never really gave up, said Spartans
Coach Ms. Dundas. We served so aggres-
sively and theyre a very big offensive
team. If were able to take them out of
a perfect pass, it allows us a little more
leeway on our defense.
The sets were fairly close, with Strath-
more losing 20-25, winning 25-20, and
then falling 21-25 and 19-25.
In the second game, we really adapt-
ed to what they were doing and we
maximized on our strengths, which was
awesome, Dundas said. A win is always
nice, but I think with us competing so
well with them, it kind of pushes us to
grow and be more focused in practice,
because we are right on the cusp of com-
peting with a really high level team.
Although Dundas said it was an im-
pressive team effort, Grade 10 Matt Cool
stepped up to fll in at defence for the
frst time.
He picked up a lot of short passes,
which can be huge momentum defa-
tors, Dundas said. It isnt always about
the big kill. When theyre standing in,
and digging those big, hard-hit balls or
slowing it up with a block, thats helping
your team out just as much.
Dundas also mentioned Zach Olsons
passing, Colin Andersons shots from un-
comfortable positions, and rookie Dion
Moncayos well-rounded offense.
They work so hard. Theyre just kids
that work hard and absorb everything
you say, she said. When you give them
feedback, theyre like, yes, okay, and they
make it happen. As a coach, you cant ask
for more than that. Im really excited to
see what they do.
Following the varsity game, the juniors
took the court, and also lost to Foothills
Composite High School, but in fve sets.
It was the junior varsitys frst loss of the
season.
It was back and forth all match, and
the sets were widely different; we would
lose 14-25, and then come back and win
the next, said Mr. Hintz, junior coach.
Both teams were playing a lot of dif-
ferent lineups, so it ended up with a lot
of different results. It was a good match.
The guys fought hard, but Foothills were
just kind of better yesterday.
The seniors sit 1-2, while the juniors
are 3-1, having won 11 of their 18 sets.
Both the juniors and seniors travelled to
Holy Trinity Academy on Oct. 21 (results
were not available as of press time).
The Strathmore High School Spartans dropped
to Foothills Composite High School in four sets
at home on Oct. 16, while the junior team lost as
well, but in fve. The varsity volleyball squad has
three more matches before playoffs begin, while
the juniors have two.
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Jeanne Cecile Sauv
Sadly missed along lifes way,
Quietly remembered every day,
No longer in our lives to share,
But in our hearts, shes always there.
Love,
Harvey, Wendy, Denny, Sharon,
Monnie and families.

The world may change


from year to year.
And friends from day
to day,
But never will the one
we loved
From memory pass away.
Kaylynn Renae Malmberg
March 22, 1991 - October 28, 2011
Love Lynn, Jane, Jason, Michelle,
Christopher & Lucas
The families of the late Mildred Moen
would like to thank Dr. Fanning, Dr. Manocha,
the staff of the Strathmore Hospital and
Sagewood who made Moms life so much more
comfortable in her last days.
Special thanks to the Lyalta Community Club who
donated squares for the lunch at her funeral, Rev.
Pamela Scott for her support, the United Church
Women who served at the funeral and all who
donated fowers, brought us food, supported and
comforted us at our time of loss.
Thanks to each and everyone of you!
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The Strathmore FCSS is looking for
a highly motivated individual who is
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of Strathmore. Reporting to the FCSS
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Requirements:
Physically capable.
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Valid Drivers license and
reliable vehicle.
Please forward your resume to:
Shannon Cuff, Payroll & HR Advisor
Town of Strathmore
680 Westchester Road
Strathmore, AB T1P 1J1
Email: opportunities@strathmore.ca
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www.montgomeryauctions.
com or 1-800-371-6963.
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2013, 10 a.m., Montgomery
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of mostly new restaurant,
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aTVs, sleds, tools, parts,
surplus, storage buildings,
benches, tents, pressure
washers. Scribner auction,
wainwright, alberta. 780-
842-5666; www.scribner-
net.com.

K&K aUCTioNS PReSeNTS
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tion for Charlie Brawn, guest
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486-2161.
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www.accesslegalresearch.
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GREAT SHAPE
21 ft. right-handed
collapsible Hi-Hog
S-Alley with 2 rolling
doors plus cat walks;
also assorted tub
panels and load-out
panels.
Call 403-321-0359
or 403-321-0448
Hussar AB.
SLC is having
their annual
Halloween
Food Drive
on October 31st.
We will be going to
every house to collect
food for the local food
bank and donations
for MeToWes
coin drive.
St. Ritas Parish
TuRkey
SuPPeR &
BazaaR
Friday, November 1
5 - 7:30 pm
Rockyford
Community Centre
Cash Raffe, Fish
Pond, Craft &
Bake Tables
Adults/Seniors $15
Youth (13-17yrs) $12
Child (6-12yrs) $6
Pre-school $3
Family Rate
(Parents/Children
18&under) $45
A full-flled event
for everyone!
Hallow
'
s
Eve
2013
Junk takes
centre stage!
Prizes for best dressed.
No cover charge.
Strathmore hotel
Presents A
Saturday,
October 26
Strathmore United Church
THRIFT
SALE
October
24, 25 & 26
Thurs 9am - 8pm
Friday 9 am - 8 pm
DOLLAR BAG DAY
Saturday 9am - 1pm
403-934-3264
403-934-3118
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Both campuses, both days!
www.lakelandcollege.ca
Friday & Saturday
Oct. 25 & Oct. 26, 9 am - 3 pm
Apply to Lakeland College in person or online during Open House
and pay NO APPLICATION FEE!
Vermilion Lloydminster
Both campuses, both days!
www.lakelandcollege.ca
Friday & Saturday
Oct. 25 & Oct. 26, 9 am - 3 pm
Apply to Lakeland College in person or online during
Open House and pay NO APPLICATION FEE!
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Both campuses, both days!
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Friday & Saturday
Oct. 25 & Oct. 26, 9 am - 3 pm
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and pay NO APPLICATION FEE!
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Both campuses, both days!
www.lakelandcollege.ca
Friday & Saturday
Oct. 25 & Oct. 26, 9 am - 3 pm
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GREAT SHAPE
21 ft. right-handed
collapsible Hi-Hog
S-Alley with 2 rolling
doors plus cat walks;
also assorted tub
panels and load-out
panels.
Call 403-321-0359
or 403-321-0448
Hussar AB.
vehicLeS coming eventS
1996 NeoN, 5 SPeeD, aC,
HigH Mileage CoMMUTeR
CaR. $500 oBo. Call 403-
608-5214.
2002 FoRD FoCUS, ligHT
BRowN (4 DooR). Mint Con-
dition, no rust, a/c, power
loaded, clean and well main-
tained. asking $2300, call
403-934-9835.
Want to try SCUBA frst? Do a Discover Scuba
program for $40 on any of these sessions.
You can also improve your snorkel skills.
Do Snorkel Training at any of these sessions
for $40. Call or email to register and begin a
lifetime of adventure!
403-650-3170 or info@mtaquatics.ca
PADI
SCUBA Lessons
November 6, 13, 15, 20
6:30 - 10 pm
Cost - $250
Strathmore Aquatics Center
An Evening with
Jason Hale MLA & Guests
Keynote Speaker - Bruno Wiskel
- Author/flmmaker The Sky is Not Falling
Saturday,
November 2
The Bassano Community Hall
- 602 2nd Ave, Bassano, Alberta
Cocktails - Cash bar: 5:00 pm
Prime Rib Dinner: 6:00 pm
~ Silent Auction ~
Tickets $75/plate (cash bar) or $1,000/table of 8
(includes refreshment sand commemorative keepsake)
Tickets can be arranged by calling
Mark: 403-901-8277 hunz@shaw.ca (Strathmore & Area)
Don: 403-793-0132 donweisb@telus.net (Brooks & Area)
Ronda: 403-901-5796 or text (Strathmore & Area)
Glenn: 403-901-7115 gfreeland@acpartners.ca
(Strathmore & Area)
Joanne 403-363-4257 (Bassano Area)
Please contact any of the above if you wish
to submit an auction item.
For information call Lana: 403-641-4520 (Bassano)
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HIRING - F.T. Server $9.75/hr
no experience required, will
train. F.T. Kitchen Helper at
the Roadhouse Restaurant
- $11.30/hr no experience
required, willing to train. F.T.
Cook $13.61/hr 3-5 years
experience required. Mail
resume to: 510 Hwy #1
Strathmore AB T1P1M6.
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR POSI-
TION, full time with benefts.
Must be Worker or Super-
visor, have frst aid and a
criminal record check. Email
toddlein@telus.net, fax 403
901-6265.
P/T RESIDENTIAl ClEANING
HElPER required 1-2 days
per week. We work between
8:45-3:30 Mon-Friday.
Transportation is provided.
Police reference check re-
quired. Forward resume to
dshoring@telus.net.
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Highly proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel,
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We know that many companies seek professional
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AUTO SALES MANAGER
We are a busy Chrysler Dodge Ram Jeep dealership
in Kelowna, BC. We are seeking a self-starter capable
of motivating our sales team & building on our
success. If you have the horsepower to take over
this critical position & meet our high standards as
well as the desire to grow quickly with our company,
please email your resume - outlining your proven
management & sales success, with 3 references, to:
Lee Casperson:
cfo@johnstonautomotivegroup.ca
AUTO SALES MANAGER
We are a busy Chrysler Dodge Ram Jeep dealership in Kelowna,
BC. We are seeking a self-starter capable of motivating our sales
team & building on our success. If you have the horsepower to
take over this critical position & meet our high standards as well
as the desire to grow quickly with our company, please email your
resume - outlining your proven management & sales success,
with 3 references, to:
Lee Casperson:
cfo@johnstonautomotivegroup.ca
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Is hiring Medical Transcriptionists
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Email resume to:
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Is hiring Medical Transcriptionists
to work from home.
Experienced MTs and CanScribe graduates
are encouraged to apply today.
Experienced MTs and CanScribe Career
College graduates should apply today.
Experienced MTs and CanScribe Career College
graduates are encouraged to apply today.
Send resumes to:
Sby5019strathmore@sobeys.com
or fax 403.934.4540
Now accepting applications
for people who want to help us
provide the best shopping
experience for our customers.
Strathmore Station hiring:
F/T or P/T Pub and
Restaurant Servers
Experience preferred,
but sill train suitable candidates.
Please email resumes to
strathmorestationjobs@gmail.com
or drop off in person at
The Strathmore Station 380 Ridge Road
Double Double Strathmore Ltd.
o/a Tim Hortons
310B Ridge Road, Strathmore, AB T1P 1B5
Food Counter Attendants
Full Time/ Part Time/ Shift Work
Night/ Overnight/ Early Morning/ Weekend
Some High School Education
$9.95 to $11.00/hr
Wage based on experience/availability.
Apply by Fax: 403-934-6658
Or email: doubledoublestrathmore@gmail.com
PART TIME FAMILY CENTRE
FACILTIY ATTENDANT
Competition No. TOS2013-FC
We are looking for a dynamic and highly motivated individual to join the
Family Center Team. Reporting to the Facility Manager, the part-time Facility
Attendant is able to work independently, multi-task, stay organized and have
strong customer service skills.
Requirements:
Providecustomerassistancetopatrons
Usecomputerizedsystemtoaccuratelycollect,recordandprocess
patrons payments
Performjanitorialdutiessuchascleaningdressingrooms,
washrooms, lobby, players boxes and common areas
Professionalattitude
Effectiveoralandwrittencommunicationskills
Anyotherqualifcationsareanasset
The successful candidate will be at least 15 years of age.
This position is part-time; shifts will vary and applicants must be able to work
evenings and weekend hours on a regular basis.
If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding career opportunity, please
forward your resume to:
ShannonCuff,Payroll&HRAdvisor
Town of Strathmore
680WestchesterRoad,Strathmore,ABT1P1J1
Phone:(403)934-3133Fax:(403)934-4713
Email:opportunities@strathmore.ca
Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Town of STraThmore
Where Quality of Life is A Way of Life
Hotel Clerk SuperviSor
Full Time help required. $14 up to $17.05/hr,
Experience is an asset. Must be available days, evenings,
weekends. Some duties include coordinate, assign,
supervise & review activities of workers, establish work
schedules & procedures, resolve work related problems.
Please email resumes to
info@travelodgestrathmore.com
Or in person at the front desk, 350 Ridge
Rd, Strathmore Or via fax (403) 901-0016
F.T KITCHEN FOOD SERvICE
MANAGER 15.75/HR and
F.T. Kitchen Food Service Su-
pervisor 13.50/HR. 1 - 2yrs
cooking, kitchen, and super-
visory experience required.
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estationjobs@gmail.com.
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AUTOMOTIvE & HD TECHNI-
CIANS. licensed, 4th year
& 3rd year Technicians
required. Signing/moving
allowance, full company
benefts, very aggressive
bonus/pay plan. Ford ex-
perience preferred, but not
required. Denham Ford,
Wetaskiwin, Alberta. Email
resume: Attention: Dean
Brackenbury; dbracken-
bury@denhamford.com.
WINCH TRACTOR OPERA-
TORS. Must have experi-
ence operating a winch. To
apply fax, email or drop
off resume at the offce.
Phone 780-842-6444. Fax
780-842-6581. Email: rig-
move@telus.net. Mail: H&E
Oilfeld Services ltd., 2202
- 1 Ave., Wainwright, AB,
T9W 1l7. For more employ-
ment information see our
webpage: www.heoil.com.
SEEKING A CAREER in the
Community Newspaper
business? Post your resume
for FREE right where the
publishers are looking. visit:
www.awna.com/resumes_
add.php.
Machinist or
Shop Helper
required.
Willing to
train, must
be reliable.
Send resume
& salary
expectations to
sndindustrial@
shaw.ca
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Growing Families Society
is a not-for-proft agency in search of VOLUNTEERS
for a number of positions.

Community LunCh CLub
We have had such a great success with the Bridging the Gap Community Lunch Club that we
need to build our Team of Volunteer Kitchen Leads and Helpers, by having you join:
Community Lunch Club serves a lunch to Seniors on Tuesday from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm at the
Lord of All Lutheran Church, twice a month, in Strathmore.
We also take turns 2 Mondays a month in doing the snack for the moms and babies in the
Mentorship program. Other opportunities may be available for volunteering in other capacities,
n connection with the programs.
Kitchen Leads: Would help the Program Facilitator plan the menu on a selected date. They
organize the Kitchen Helpers in preparing the menus. We provide support in completing a food
safety assignment. Commitment is 2 hours of orientation, and 1 Lunch Club date every
2nd month.
Kitchen Helpers: Socialize and assist the Kitchen Leads in preparing food on the dates of their
choice in the kitchen. Commitment is 2 hours of orientation, and 1 Lunch Club date once
a month.
Volunteers gain from their experience working with Seniors who may be isolated, and enjoy a
chance to socialize over a meal. They have opportunities to share talents, learn new skills,
meet new people, develop friendships/supports, contribute to the community, and make a
difference in peoples lives.
baby CuddLers or PLay with a toddLer
If you have some free time and have room in your heart to cuddle a baby or play with a toddler we
would love to have you volunteer for either day.
for tuesday mornings from 10 am to 11:30 am call Jeanette at 403.983.0076
for every 2nd monday morning from 11am to 1:00 pm call rhonda at 403.901.7684
indoor waLking Program
To provide a safe and welcoming environment for a new indoor walking program that is open to
the general community. If the description below interests you, please contact us:
1 Tuesday per month from 10 am to noon; could grow to 2 days a month
held at the Strathmore Civic Centre
take attendance at the session and return items to storage space
ensure suitable music is being played on the sound system (sound system & music provided)
gather verbal feedback from participants
CPR and First Aid is not required.
For more information on volunteering contact:
Marg Richardson, Bridging the Gap Program Facilitator
403-901-7811 email: info@bridgingthegapalberta.ca
May Rostecki-Budzey, Growing Families Society
403-361-7216 email: gomrb@telus.net
650 Westchester Road, Strathmore, AB. T1P 1H8
You can also apply on line at www.bridgingthegapalberta.ca
Bridging
the Gap
still hiring
Custom feedlot & farming
operation looking
for full-time employees
Competitive wages including O.T
and other Benefts.
Valid drivers licence and a good
attitude a must. High school
diploma an asset.
Send resumes to:
namaka farms inC.
Box 2409, Strathmore, AB T1P 1K3
Fax (403) 934-6133
automotive
sales person
required at Strathmore Motor
Products (GM Sales). Training
will be supplied to the successful
applicants. Excellent pay plan with
above average company benefts.
Apply in person and/or send
resume to Glenn alexander
at strathmore motor products
403-934-3334 or 1-888-934-4434
help wanted
HORIZON TELECOM INC.
requires Journeyman Fiber
Optic Splicers. Full-time
positions available for vari-
ous locations throughout BC.
Competitive salary based on
experience. Send resume to:
hti.careers@telus.net.
FULL-TIME BAKERY MAN-
AGER required at Sobeys in
Olds, Alberta. 40 hours per
week. Benefts. Fax resume
to 403-556-8652 or email:
sbyc125olds@sobeys.com.
AUTOMATED TANK Manufac-
turing Inc. located in Kitscoty,
Alberta, is looking for ex-
perienced Welders. Com-
petitive wages, proft sharing
bonus plus manufacturing
bonus incentive. Full insur-
ance package 100% paid
by company. Good working
environment. Keep your feet
on the ground in a safe weld-
ing environment through in
hole manufacturing process.
No scaffolding or elevated
work platform. Call Cindy for
an appointment or send re-
sume to: cindy@autotanks.
ca. 780-846-2231 (Offce);
780-846-2241 (Fax).
AN ALBERTA OILFIELD Com-
pany is hiring dozer and ex-
cavator operators. Lodging
and meals provided. Drug
testing required. Call 780-
723-5051 Edson, Alberta.

HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE
Class 1 or 3 Operators. Full-
time and part-time positions
available. Openings in sever-
al Alberta areas. Fax resume
to Carillion Canada 780-
449-0574 or email: mcroft@
carillionalberta.ca. Positions
to start Oct. 15, 2103. Please
state what position and loca-
tion you are interested in.
Canyon Creek
403.934.2001
104 3rd Avenue, Strathmore
We Have You... on the Move
the sign that sells
SOLD
Tina
Scott
(403)
901-5388
Glenna
Mitzner
(403)
605-6830
Ross Collins
(403)
934-2001
Nonie Hall
(403)
934-0420
www.strathmorerealty.ca
Dixie
Hartell
(403)
934-2001
www.glennamitzner.com
www.strathmorerealestate.com
www.strathmorerealty.ca
$125,000
$349,000
Hillcrest manor vacant lot Build your dream home
here, architectural controls, backs onto the canal, incredible view and
GST included in the price. $209,900. No building commitment!
14 Acre parcel, 1/2 hour east of Strathmore
along trees and irrigation ditch. Power and gas
closeby. Great place to build.
Beautiful family home in Falconridge.
Hardwood and tile, woodburning fire-
place, fully finished basement and
oversized single detached garage.
Hillcrest manor Backing onto the
canal - this fully developed walkout has an over-
sized triple garage. Loads of upgrades and still
time to pick your inside colors. This is another
fine home built by Rich-Lee Custom Homes!
157 Acres crop lAnd Just west of town limits.
Possible subdivisions. Great investment.
loT In
GleIchen
75ft x 120ft lot
2 new homes, 1400 sqfT
These 2 new homes are ready for families with open living
areas, hardwood floors, backing on to walkway.
Community hall in
Standard. Great potential in
centre of town with many
possible uses.
3 bedroom 1.5 baths
1200 + sq. ft. single
front attached garage,
all appliances, backs
onto green space and
available immediately!
Rare well kept adult living
end unit one block from
downtown. Hardwood floors,
main floor laundry,
bay windows, attached
garage, spacious backyard.
$ 279,900
JUsT lIsTed
$231,900
$75,000
114 acres 2 miles north of Strathmore, gas well revenue, only
1/2 mile of gravel, build your dream home here!
$609,900
$225,900
FULLY FINISHED -
4 BEDROOMS
JUST LISTED,
CUL- DE- SAC
LOCATION
$19,000
$374,900 $374,900
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mitment, build your dream home here, back lane, treed lot!!
3 acres 3 ACRES west of Strathmore, build your dream home
here, nice views only. $179,900
$349,900
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IMMACULATE MOVE
IN READY, 5 BEDROOM
4 BATHROOM
NEW BE THE
FIRST OWNER, 3
BEDROOM
WALKOUT- ATT
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OPEN DESIGN-
FULLY FINISHED
FORMER SHOW
HOME- ALL THE
UPGRADES,
FULLY FINISHED
GOLF COURSE
LOT
$333,300
FULLY FINISHED
5 BEDROOM
OPEN DESIGN-
LANDSCAPED
TO PERFECTION
$366,900
$ 363,900
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siding, roofing, windows, vacant for quick possession. $69,900
cArselAnd 1287 sq. ft. Bi-level. Three large bedrooms. Two bath.
Large corner lot. New roofing, siding, soffit &fascia.
Oversize single garage. Neutral decor. $254,000
I hAve A bUyer for A qUArTer secTIon East or South of
Strathmore. Mostly cultivated.
cArselAnd bUnGAlow Three bed up,
one down. Two full baths. Fully developed with
new basement. Triple heated garage. Close to
school. $269,900.
ThIs Is A GreAT TIme To sell yoUr home. InvenTory Is
low. Call me for a no obligation consultation about selling
your home now!!!
JuSt LiSteD
JuSt LiSteD
JuSt LiSteD
open hoUse - sUn, ocT. 27, 1 - 3 pm
$399,900
1/4 secTIon for sAle
Corner of HWY 561 and
RR225. Good quarter.
Irrigation canal. 40 acres
perm. rights.
Slightly rolling with good
building sites or buy for
investment/expansion.
www.strathmoretimes.com www.strathmoretimes.com
Westmount Drive
newly renovated 2
bedroom townhouse
units with new fooring,
cabinetry and blinds.
Great location - in-
cludes washer/dryer
and parking! no pets.
rents starting from
$1100 plus utilities.
emerald management
& realty Ltd. 403-237-
8811.
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rentaLs
CHINOOK III. 1 bdrm $800/
mth or 2 bdrm for $900/mo
+DD required. Heat & water
included. No pets. Call Keli
403-324-2944.
60x48 wareHOuse wItH
19x16 OffICe located in
rockyford. $1200/mo + util-
ities. Contact 403-533-3801
or 403-560-6265.
CHinooK ii
Condo Living! a won-
derful two bdrm adult
lifestyle unit, $925, 2
appl, parking inc., coin
laundry in bldg, cable/
electricity extra. no
pets. Call Luella at 403-
934-5731 or emerald
management & realty
Ltd. at 403-237-8811.
24, 701 Westmount
Drive
1 bedroom , partially
renovated unit with
patio available october
1. Parking included,
no pets. $910 plus
utilities. Close to West-
mount school. emerald
management & realty
Ltd. 403-237-8811.
rentaLs
reaL estate
INDustrIal sHOp(s) avaIl-
able 3300-6600 sq ft.
located in strathmores In-
dustrial park. Drive-through
bays, 16ft doors. 403-901-
5299.
lOvely 1-bD/1-batH up-
dated condo in great no pet
30+ complex. furniture can
be included sale. $149,900.
#107 43 westlake Circle
Mls C3532342 Call Karen
Crosby, first place realty
403-680-0424
reaL estate
reaL estate
sNOwbIrD prOperty,
yuma, arizona. park model,
Country roads resort. Own
land, 2 bedroom, new metal
roof & laminate fooring,
shed, lot 40 x 60. Many
extras. $93,900 (Cdn) obo.
780-455-2296; sbparr@
telus.net
Kori-Lynn Corbin
Mortgage Specialist
Strathmore & Area
Tel: 403.333.6070 Fax: 403.901.0738
kori-lynn.corbin@rbc.com
Call for an appontment today!
first in mortgages
strathmore
Call
lorna
Phibbs
403-874-7660
to buy
or sell!
106 - 304 - 3rd Ave.,
Strathmore
lorna@lornaphibbs.com
www.lornaphibbs.com
Associate Broker
32 Years Experience
THE WORKS
AT $479,900!
Custom Designed Hillside
Bungalow. 1720 sq. ft.
Main and fully Dev. Lower.
Maple, Travertine, Granite
and more. Great
Strathmore Location!
call lorna
HARDWOODS,
ATTACHED GARAGE
GREEN SPACE
AT REAR
JUST LIKE NEW!
$297,000
call lorna
call lorna
Custom Designed 5 Bdrm
Home. Over 1500 sq. ft.
Full Walk out
Fully Finished Professionally!!
GRAND POINT
ESTATES
$435,000!
Gorgeous Triple E
220 sq. ft.
Addition
Gated Community
SOUGHT AfTER!
$122,900
call lorna call lorna
Fabulous Investment
67.09 Acres
West of Strathmore in
Industrial Zone
County Road In.
$3,500,000
call lorna
JUST WEST Of
STRATHMORE
$415,000
A 6.37 ACRE
HOMESTEAD
YES AND TREES TOO
COME TAKE A LOOK!
call lorna
ITS IMMACULATE IN
CAMBRIDGE
WALNUT FLOORING
4 BATHS, 4 BDRMS
$398,500
YOU WILL BE
CONVINCED!!
call lorna
1.7 ACRES
$549,900
ONE AND HALF STOREY
VIEWS OF MOUNTAINS
VIEWS OF GOLF COURSE
ONLY 10 MINUTES
TO CALGARY
call lorna
3 MANICURED
ACRES
$669,000
call lorna
LARGE ONE BDRM UNIT ON
THIRD FLOOR IN LAMBERT
VIEWS OF THE SUNRISE,
AND LAKE FROM BALCONY
ENJOY PARTIES, POOL &
WOODWORKING
OPTION TO PURCHASE
SINGLE GARAGE.
LIfESTYLE PLUS!
$143,900
call lorna
Many options on this
parcel of land, 25 min-
utes east of Calgary.
$599,000.
46.56
ACRES
call lorna
OVER 1670 SQ FT.
ON MAIN
MAIN FLOOR FAMILY
ROOM, 3 BDRM,
RV PARKING IN REAR
OVERSIZE SINGLE GARAGE
1500+SQ.FT BUNGALOW
FULLY DEV. LOWER
FULL WALKOUT, CENTRAL
AIR. HEATED ATT. GARAGE,
SHOP
REALLY, REALLY NICE!
$249,900
call lorna
WELL BUILT 1440 SQ FT.
BUNGALOW, 3 BDRMS, 2
BATHS, MAIN FLOOR
LAUNDRY, GARAGE &
CONCRETE PAD FOR RV
PARKING. CALL
ROCKYFORD HOME!!
WHY NOT HERE?
$199,900
call lorna
ATTACHED SOLARIUM,
FABULOUS PARK
LIKE SETTING.
JUST SOUTH OF
STRATHMORE.
CUSTOM SPLIT
3 ACRES
$624,900
call lorna
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DEN, HEATED
UNDERGROUND PARKING
JUST LISTED
$235,000
ADULT LIVING
AT ITS fINEST!
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AMAzING VIEWS WITH
THIS 2 STOREY HOME
$359,900
Only one neighbor,
Open concept home with
3 bedrooms, 3 baths
and a full basement
ready for you design!
call lorna
www.shaunakenworthy.com
County Charm in
roCkyford
- $159,900
1037 sq.ft. bungalow
Renovated with lots of upgrades!
2 bdrms,
1 bath Private lot with
mature landscaping
Shauna Kenworthy
403-803-4605
www.shaunakenworthy.com
call shauna call shauna
Modular HoMe to
be Moved - $75,000
1512 sq.ft.
built in 2004
4 bdrms,
2 full baths
Great floorplan
Lots of upgrades!
call shauna
CustoM built on
Canal - $389,000
Custom built 1431 sq.ft.
home
Large canal lot with
mature trees
3+1 bdrms, 3 full baths
Fully finished walk-up
basement
call shauna call shauna
call shauna small town living
in Carseland -
$129,900
Bungalow on 2 lots
861 sq.ft.
2+2 bdrms,
1 baths
20x20 garage/shop
call shauna
Modern &
upgraded
- $250,000
1088 sq.ft. condo
2 bedrms, 2 full baths
1088 sq.ft
Underground parking
call shauna
County CHarM in
roCkyford -
$159,900
1037 sq.ft. bungalow
Renovated with lots of
upgrades! 2 bdrms,
1 bath Private lot with
mature landscaping
adult living Condo
$260,000
peaCeful Country
living $200,000
3 bdrms, 2 full baths
Low condo fees
Double attached
garage
Sunroom with wood
burning stove
9 acres SE of Hussar
Newer 1152 sq.ft. home
Cisterns for water
supply
Full, unfinished
basement
stratHaven Condo
$179,900
Backs onto school
ground 3 bdrms, 1
baths New hardwood
in living room Partially
finished lower level
call shauna
roCkyford estate auCtion
1085 sq.ft. home 3+2 bdrms 2 full baths
Large Lot Fully Finished
auction on October 20th at 3:00.
Held in co-operation with Hodgins Auctioneers
Please call for details.
call shauna
Handy-Mans
speCial in
roCkyford
$116,900
1294 sq.ft.
3+ bdrms, 2 full baths
Large, fenced back yard
Single attached garage
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403-803-4605
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$398,900
1800 sq.ft.
4 level split
3 bdrms, 2 baths
3rd level walkout
A/C and Underground
Sprinklers
Frank Shreenan
Re/Max Real Estate (Central)
403-590-0200
frankshreenan@remax.net
OPEN HOUSE
Saturday, Oct. 26 1 - 4 pm
12 Westlake Glen
$299,900! Prepare to be impressed by this 1200
sq. ft attached bilevel home. It features on the
upper level a spacious living room w/bay
window and a huge country kitchen w/loads of
oak cabinets, corner pantry and 5 appliances.
The master bedroom has a 3 pce ensuite and
there is also a second bedroom/den or offce on
this level plus a 4 pce bath and a walk-in entry
closet. The professionally developed lower level
boasts a family/rec room, 2 additional bedrooms
plus and other 4 pce bath & laundry. Great
backyard well landscaped and a double garage
plus extra parking. To preview please call.
Canyon Creek
403.934.2001
www.strathmorerealty.ca
Tina Scott
Associate Broker
403-901-5388 cell
We Have You... on the Move
104 3rd Avenue, Strathmore
The Old Home Hardware Building
1/4 Section for Sale!
Corner of HWY 561 and RR225. Good
quarter. Irrigation canal. 40 acres perm.
rights. Slightly rolling with good
building sites or buy for investment/
expansion. $399,900.
reaL estate
rentaLs
2 bDrM bsMt suIte. beau-
tifully fnished w/ lg mainte-
nance rm, separate entrance
& deck onto fantastic bkyrd.
shared kitchen/laundry w/
quiet landlord. unique Op-
portunity, $1000/mo incl.
utilites. DD and lease nego-
tiable. Credentials required.
Contact 403-901-9295.
For saLe
or Lease
fOr sale Or lease. DOwN-
tOwN lOCatION, suited for
professionals, beautifully
done. Can take as a full or
partial unit. 1200 sq.ft. plus
or Minus Call (403) 901-
2727 or (403) 852-0074.
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$199,500
Call Ron Kaechele 403-934-1097
MlS c3549894
call chantale BungALow on
9 ACRES $200,000
2 Bed, 1 Bath,
Unfnished Bsmt
Lots of Room for
a Garage/Shop,
and Don't Forget
Your Horses!
Backing to Greenspace
Fully Developed with
3 Bedrooms
3 Full Baths
Attached Garage
Fully Developed
2 Storey
Backing to Greenspace
5 Bedrooms/
Hardwood/Updates
$385,900
Large Bedrooms
Large Yard
Large Heated Garage
Central Air too!
NOW PAVED
FROM HWY #1
ideal Location to
Build your dream home!
128 acres for $424,900
Easy Commute to Calgary
(30min) and Strathmore
(15min) Close to Golf
Course and BowRiver.
Great Spot for Walkout,
Dugout with Access to
Irrigation
Rare find for
$429,900!

Legal Mother-In-LawSuite, 2
Storey on Quiet Cul-De-Sac,
2 Bed, Ensuite, 4pce Bath, on
Top Floor with Laundry, 2 Bed,
4pce Bath on Main Floor with
Laundry, Bsmt has 1 Bed,
3 pce Bath, Rec Room
and Lots of Storage
call chantale
call chantale
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youR LiSting
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Buying oR SELLing
CALL uS fiRSt
MlS c3559047
SEE my LiStingS
in my pERSonAL Ad in thE
timES REAL EStAtE SECtion.
CALL LoRnA 403 874-7660
call la Shaun
itS thE dEtAiLS!
OVER 2370 SQ FT
2 FIREPL. ,
4 BDRMS
ELMIRA APPLIANCES
$439,900
call lorna
call ron
MlS c3549056
MlS c3581941
LAkES of muiRfiELd
$489,700
Gorgeous Home
Walk-Out Basement
3 Bedroom PLUS
Bonus Room
Many Upgrades!
LAkES of
muiRfiELd
BEAuty
$498,700
CAmARA CouRt
in StRAthmoRE
$319,900
gREAt LoCAtion
nEw LiSting
$342,750
MlS c3567030
call Sheila
3 Bedroom
Modular Home
with Garage
hugE piE Lot
And homE
$149,900
MlS c3575156
call Sheila
Four bedrooms in total, 2 baths.
You will love this great home with
bright windows throughout,
beautiful hardwood, good sized
kitchen with newer maple
cabinets, lots of room for storage
and a huge back yard and deck to
enjoy the outdoors! There is plenty
of room to build a garage.
immACuLAtE homE!
$249,900
MlS c3589472
call tracy
AffoRdABLE!
$70,000
Bachelor Suite
Secure Building
Downtown
Location
call tracy
pRiCE AdjuStEd
$149,800
3 Bedroom Home
Pie Lot.
Very Close
to Amenities
MlS c3586835
fuLLy
dEvELopEd
AmAzing CARE
with upgRAdES
thRoughout!
call chantale
MlS c3581969
AttEntion hoRSE
LovERS!
30 ACRES foR $859,900
1532sqft Bungalowwith
Attached 1200sqft Offce/
Gym, Triple Garage, Barn,
Heated Shop Outdoor Sand
Riding Arena, Dugout, Veg
Garden, Fenced, Close to
Golf Course and BowRiver
MlS c3580388
call Shauna
call Shauna
call Shauna modERn & upgRAdEd
$250,000
1088 sq.ft. condo
2 bedrms, 2 full
baths
1088 sq.ft
Underground parking
call la Shaun
fuLLy
dEvELopEd
4 BEdRoom
4 BAthS with
upgRAdES!
call tracy
ChEStERmERE
LoCAtion
4 ACRES
Road is in...utilities to
property line
Drilled Well
Great Build Sites
Mountain and City Views MlS c3588374
call Shauna
call tracy
Stop Look
no fuRthER!!!!
Backing onto POND/GREENS-
PACE/CANAL!!!!Quiet CUL-DE-
SAC!! Open concept 3 BDRM
Fully Developed WALKOUT!!
HEATED garage!!! BRANDNEW
CARPET/LINO!!! Call Tracy
Larsen (403)901-9143 for your
private viewing!!!
opEn ConCEpt
2 Storey with views
Great floor plan, 3
bedroom, 3 bath and
loads of room!
corner lot with only one
neighbor and country
views! $359,900
call lorna moduLAR homE to
BE movEd - $75,000
1512 sq.ft.
built in 2004
4 bdrms,
2 full baths
Great floorplan
Lots of upgrades!
County ChARm in
RoCkyfoRd -
$159,900
1037 sq.ft. bungalow
Renovated with lots of
upgrades! 2 bdrms,
1 bath Private lot with
mature landscaping
AduLt Living Condo
$260,000
3 bdrms, 2 full baths
Low condo fees
Double attached
garage
Sunroom with wood
burning stove
c3587994 - Open Concept 2-Storey -$ 359,900!
c3557616 - Speargrass lots starting at $70,000!
c3582153 - Brand new Abe Fehr Condos
$177,900!

c3563576 -Adult condo 2 bed, 2 bath,
heated parking $209,900!
nEw LiSting!
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