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Volume 132
Issue 33
Friday, October 24, 2014
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Rodeo Grounds Relocated

The 2015 Minnedosa August long weekend rodeo will be hosted in its new location, north of the Ag Society Barn. Since this year’s the rush has been on to relocate the rodeo arena equipment in preparation for next year’s rodeo.

Photo by Jennifer Paige

rodeo,

Voters Elect Local Leaders

Town of Minnedosa (Voter turnout - 38%)

Mayor:

Orr , Ray - acclaimed

Councillors:

Skatch, Pat - 637 Taylor, Frank - 637 Wedgewood, Harvey -592 Saler, Rick - 566 MacDowall, Judith - 564 Luker, Len - 500 Klassen, Herman- 363 Marks, Robert- 319

R.M. of

Minto-Odanah

Reeve:

Andersen, James - 282 Taylor, Robert - 164

Ward 1:

Cook, Barry - 241

Hopkins, Bill Jr.- 215 Pollon, Brion -184 Jacobson, Calvin- 56

Ward 2:

Peckover, Monty - 134 Carr, Ron – 129 Pearson, Dennis- 103 Pearson, Craig – 86 Sandstrom, Ron – 86

R.M. of Clanwilliam- Erickson

Reeve:

Hall, Elgin - 279 Kuharski, Gordon- 159

Ward 1:

Greavett, Jackie - 160 Tiller, Ken - 137 Vanderschuit, Wybo - 100 McKay, Bernice - 30

Ward 2:

Huisman, Don – 97 Johnson, Tami - 93 Cameron, Cody- 90 Pugh, Christopher - 87 Brolmann, Joe - 59

R.M. of Harrison-Park

Reeve:

Ewashko, Lloyd - 656 Frey, Ray - 373

Ward 1:

Dalgarno, Bruce – 248 Stapleton, Doreen – 228 Huston, Bill – 190 Lewandoski, Richard – 184 Barr, Darrell - 176 Shemeliuk, Virginia - 139 Ziemianski, Kirk - 82

Ward 2:

Atkinson, Craig - 367 Jones, Dennis - 304

Dudman, Jim – 282 Budiwski, Ron – 205 Hodges, George - 183

L.U.D. of Newdale:

Moyer, Mona – acclaimed Smith, Dale – acclaimed

L.U.D. of Sandy Lake Dilts, Nancy – acclaimed Drul, Ian – acclaimed

R.M. of Oakview

Reeve:

Fortune, Brent – 438 Drebit, Terry - 255

Ward 1:

Ken, Hyndman - 128 Wilson, Neil – 87 Evans, Lloyd – 86

Ward 2:

Reynolds, Gavin - 157

Wolstenholme, Kaye – 147 Hales, Henry – 138 Rudneski, Edward – 65

Ward 3:

Gill, Mark – 135 Froese, Walter – 119 Stewart, Gary – 102 Common, Ewan – 92 Carter, Stephen – 45

L.U.D. of Oak River:

Bullock, David - acclaimed McKay, Ernie - acclaimed Reid, Marilyn – acclaimed

L.U.D. of Rapid City:

Burnell, Ron – acclaimed Woloski, Jay – acclaimed Woloski, Orest – acclaimed

Rolling River School Division Trustees

Ward 1:

Marshall, Hayley- 269 Livingstone, Shelley- 247 Rioux, Ronald- 226

Ward 2:

McFarlane, Lawrence - 617 Black, Carole - 488 Jewar, L. Renay- 402

Ward 3:

Gilleshammer, Barbra - 775 Sotas-Burton, Shauna - 701 Cameron, Ken- 611 Robinson, Clarice - 475

Ward 4:

Erickson, Crystal - 571 Maduke, Terryl - 529 Potter, Jason - 409

Ward 5:

Blackbird, Victoria - 73 Gregory, Marie - 17

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Foundation Grant Recipients Announced

By JENNIFER PAIGE

T wenty-two community projects and groups will be receiving grants from

the Minnedosa and District Foundation next month. The Foundation was established in the community in 1974 in order to de- velop a fund that would provide ongo- ing support to enrich and sustain the community. Funds are built through donations from citizens who are willing to invest in the future of the community. Money is in- vested and managed by a board of trust- ees and the income earned on the Foun- dation’s capital amount is granted back to the community every year. This year, the Foundation is granting $60,600.00 to twenty-two various com-

munity groups. Including, $500 each for the Band Parents Association, the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets, Minnedosa Cen-

turians, the Minnedosa Horticulture So- ciety, the Minnedosa Regional Library, the Canadian Diabetic Association, and Minnedosa Koats for Kids. The Minnedosa Performing Arts and Expressions Concerts will be granted $600. Rolling River Festival of the Arts and Monday Night Gym Night will each re- ceive $1,000. The Minnedosa Recreation Com- mission, along with Minnedosa’s Fun Fest will each receive $2,000. The Minnedosa Archives will be the recipient of $2,500 and the Heritage Village will be granted $3,000. Rockin’ the Fields of Minnedosa, the Minnedosa Drama Club, Youth Soccer, Minor Baseball, Minnedosa’s River’s Edge Recreation Park, PCH and MREC will each be receiving $5,000. The largest single grant of $10,000 has been awarded to Minnedosa Emergency Medical Services.

Local Resident in Brandon Collision

By JENNIFER PAIGE

T hree individuals, in- cluding a Minnedosa

resident, escaped a serious two-vehicle collision with- out life threatening injury last Thursday. At 12:30 p.m. on Octo- ber 16th, Brandon emer- gency services were called to Highway #10 at the inter- section of Sandison Road,

just north of Brandon.

An

eighty-four

year-

old Minnedosa resident was driving a white Ford Taurus northbound on Highway #10 and proceed- ed to rear-end a 2008 Ford Escape that was attempt- ing to turn left onto Sandi- son Road, towards the air- port. The Escape was driven by a 29-year-old Brandon

woman who had her infant in the vehicle.

All

three

individuals

were hurt and transported to hospital but no life- threatening injuries were reported. Alcohol is not consid- ered a factor in the crash and all involved had been wearing their seatbelts. Brandon City Police con- tinue to investigate.

Farm to School Benefits Daycare and Food Bank

investigate. Farm to School Benefits Daycare and Food Bank By JENNIFER PAIGE T he Minnedosa Com-

By JENNIFER PAIGE

T he Minnedosa Com- munity Childcare Co-

operative recently held a successful Farm to School Manitoba Healthy Choices Fundraiser.

Sponsored

by

Peak

of the Market, the Farm to School fundraiser in- volves participants to sell two or three pound veg- etable packages to friends and family, which are later donated to the local food bank.

“This was the fi rst year that we held the fundraiser and it seemed to go over

fairly well,” said Dana Yuen, staff member at the MCCC. All produce used with- in the bundles is locally grown by Manitoba farm- ers. The packages contain carrots, potatoes, onions, cabbage and parsnips.

Daycare

and

Nurs-

ery School students were able to sell 23 bags, which were then donated to the Minnedosa and Area Food Bank.

Photo submitted

“This was a mutually benefi cial fundraiser for the daycare and the Food Bank,” added Yuen. MCCC will retain fi fty per cent of the total sales that will be put towards ongoing upkeep of the cen-

tre as well as possible up- grades to the outdoor play area.

in

127,000 schools and day- cares have participated in raising $1,153,525 through the Farm to School fund- raiser.

To-date

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Minnedosa Fitness Centre AGM Date: November 4th, 2014 Time: 7 p.m. at Government Building 36

Minnedosa Fitness Centre AGM

Date: November 4th, 2014 Time: 7 p.m. at Government Building 36 Armitage Ave.

Guest Speaker – Paul Liliberte (Minnedosa River’s Edge Project & Liberty Physiotherapy). ALL WELCOME.

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Ag Society Offering Arena Memberships

October 24, 2014 3 Ag Society Offering Arena Memberships Photo submitted A work bee was recently

Photo submitted

A work bee was recently held in order to prepare the Ag Barn for use as an indoor riding arena.

By JENNIFER PAIGE

A number of local volun- teers and community

members have been dedi- cating their spare time to improving the Minnedosa Ag Society site in order to offer memberships to its indoor riding arena. “This is a really excit- ing time for us up at the Ag site. We have a number of things that are com- ing together,” commented 4-H club president and Ag Society board member, Clarke Swain. The Ag Society and vol- unteers have been working to move the outdoor rodeo rink to the north side of the arena, removing the stalls out of the indoor arena to provide riding room, lev- elling the interior ground, adding additional lighting and cleaning up in and around the site. “Last year the arena

was used for storage and it could not be used for riding. We actually had to cancel our achievement day for 4-H as the outdoor pen was too wet to ride on and the arena was full of stored items,” continued Swain. “This year our group is determined to utilize the arena for Ag purposes. Our team has put in a tremen- dous amount of work to get the space prepared for use. The Town and Public Works Department have also been a huge help over the past two months.” This year the arena will be used as an indoor riding arena, which the Ag Soci- ety will be offering mem- berships for local riders. “We have begun to sell memberships for the use of the arena and have had a huge interest so far. There is really nothing around in this area to rent for rid-

ing. We have even seen some membership interest from individuals in Rivers, Rapid City and Neepawa,” added Swain. The Ag Society began selling memberships three weeks ago and has sold 38 so far. Memberships are of- fered in family, individual or daily rates and would allow riders a key to access the building anytime be- tween 6 a.m. and 12 a.m. “This is certainly a great thing for the riding community. Not only are we generating revenue but we have a facility to ride in and I believe because we are now utilizing the build- ing for Ag purposes we will see greater support from The Town and communi- ty,” continued Swain. Concerns had been raised by Ag Society board members about mov- ing away from using the building as storage in fear

CLINIC DATES IN YOUR AREA Erickson 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Minnedosa Mon. November 3
CLINIC DATES IN YOUR AREA
Erickson
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Minnedosa
Mon. November 3
Tues. October 28
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Erickson Legion Hall
Minnedosa Conference Centre
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Thurs. November 13
1 Minnedosa Conference Centre
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Strathclair
Wed. October 29
1 Strathclair Municipal Hall
p.m. to 7 p.m.
Call 1-877-646-3888 for appointments

that income would be lost

been working towards

kitchen facility, we will

but total memberships

gathering funds in order

look at setting the site up

sold thus far have already

to

renovate the north end

to be rented for full-day

brought the society more

of

the arena that consists

use,” added Swain. “This

revenue. “The funds that are be- ing collected from mem- berships are being held by the treasurer of the Ag Society and the money will

of a kitchen and bath- room. The renovations are projected to cost approxi- mately $90,000 - $100,000. The Ag Society is currently pursuing various grant op-

has certainly been a long time coming but we have a good committee and we are all motivated to get this project moving for- ward.”

be used for the upkeep of

portunities for this project

The Ag Society will

the building as well as put towards completing the

as

well. “Once we complete

also be holding its An- nual General Meeting

renovations at the north end of the arena.”

the renovations at the north end and we have

next month, where voting for new directors will take

The Ag Society has

a

proper bathroom and

place.

Public Works Shop Progressing

proper bathroom and place. Public Works Shop Progressing By JENNIFER PAIGE T he Town of Minnedo-

By JENNIFER PAIGE

T he Town of Minnedo- sa’s Public Works

Shop is in the final stages of construction before crews begin to take resi- dence in the new facility. “The concrete oor is currently being pre-

pared for three pours. We expect the Public Works Department to be able to move in prior of January 31st of 2015,” commented Minnedosa CAO, Ken Jen- kins. Crews from Ben Wiebe Construction have been working at the site

Photo by Jennifer Paige

for the past week and are expecting to begin pour- ing the cement floor this Friday. The largest portion of The Town’s capital bud- get expenditures for 2014 has been allocated to the Public Works shop at

$410,000.

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Around

Town

By Darryl Holyk

Century Awards…

Congratulations to former Minnedosa resident, Mar-

ci Vreeman Bromford, who was honoured with a Provin-

cial Century Business Award this week as current owner of Patmore Nursery in Brandon. Patmore’s and The Tri- bune were each recognized for over 100 years of contin- ual business, both businesses being established in 1883. Many may remember Marci’s gardening column in The Tribune and her Blue Garden greenhouse.

Deer Collision Stats…

MPI has released its latest vehicle-deer collision stats and found that the Eastman region had the most colli- sions with approximately 1,600 per year. In second place was our region, Westman, with 1,500 yearly collisions. The Interlake has 1,100 yearly collisions, Pembina Valley, 600 yearly collisions and the City of Winnipeg, 600 yearly collisions. These fi ndings are based on stats collected by MPI from 2007 to 2013. Last year, 300 people in Mani- toba were injured in wildlife-related collisions and over the past ten years, ten people have been killed in these incidents in our province. Motorists are encouraged to exercise extra care and caution during October and No- vember as they are the two worst months for deer-vehicle collisions.

Chiefs Hockey Club…

The Yellowhead Chiefs AAA Midget Hockey Club is

back in action for another season. Minnedosa Chiefs for the 2014-2015 season include Dayton and Ryan Heino. Also from our immediate readership area are Riley Boles

of Sandy Lake, Logan Young of Neepawa and four players

from Strathclair; Morgan Geekie, Blake Mervyn, Aidan Woodley and Tyler Dereniwski. The Chiefs game sched- ule includes a visit to Minnedosa in mid-November.

The Juggling Act of Small Town Business

Small Business Week

October 19th to 25th

By VERN MAY EDO, Souris & Glenwood Community Development Corporation

Y ou can almost picture

it

comes a time when one has to say no. It’s some- what similar to a par- ent with wallet in hand considering the request of that “absolutely must

have” luxury item for our kids. But a little more pre-

almost like we’ve flashed back to Mayber-

ry. The entrepreneurial shop owner greets the day

carious is this

UNLIKE the teen that might stomp

with an enthusiastic smile, flips the OPEN sign in the window and starts the day. The shop owner greets

away and pout for a day or two, furious that they didn’t get their way, the rural business owner risks

the faces of the familiar friends and neighbours who

their livelihood with every decision. If they say ‘yes’

have become loyal customers, perhaps even whis-

to

a particular request, have they set a precedent for

tling while they work. A sincere smile and a genuine

all

similar requests to follow? If they say no, do they

greeting for all that they meet. Not long after their work day begins, they are met with some sweet young faces, a pledge form in hand looking for support for their fundraising campaign. How could you say ‘no’ to those hopeful faces? The merchant signs a cheque to support the cause. The youngsters have barely rounded the cor- ner when another recognized face bounds through the door offering a promotional opportunity for that

risk that a fickle clientele will then vow to re-direct all future business to a competitor? And, if we’re honest with ourselves, that’s probably a Brandon store. The public expects a lot from our business own- ers, even when they themselves aren’t making the request in good faith. How often, when these indi- viduals are asking for a merchant’s support, is it the first time that they have physically stepped through

merchant by sponsoring their event. Wanting to be a good community citizen, pen hits paper on another

the doors of that business? Has anyone requested support from a merchant while handing over mon-

cheque. These won’t be the only folks hoping to en-

ey

to another provider for products or services that

list merchant support on this day. There is a seem-

could have been given to that very business person?

 

A

relationship (even a short-term financial one)

ingly endless parade of community causes, needs, trips, initiatives, and projects. The list goes on and on.

This is life for a rural business owner. Once the doors open, it is at least a weekly (sometimes daily) stream of people through the doors looking for spon- sorship, donations, and other financial or ‘in kind’ support for their cause. And, unlike the impersonal, canned response campaigners might get from fran- chise stores in the city like: “This sounds great, but ‘corporate’ says we can’t.” our rural business owners are faced with a daily juggle of yes and no.

needs to be a two-way street. Our local businesses have contributed a great deal to the benefit of all in this community and one doesn’t need to look far to see the evidence of that. Sponsorship of events, support for teams, those very visible advertising boards in the arena, all tell the story of business owners that believe in and support their community. So before we approach with a re-

quest in hand and a “customer is always right” at- titude, let’s first consider that we’ve each done our part to ensure the long term success and livelihood

So, as a business owner, reaching the point when

of

that merchant, just as we are now asking them to

you have to seriously consider the bottom line, there

do

for us.

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It’s Flu Clinic Season

SUBMITTED

E very year, the flu sea- son in Manitoba be-

gins in late fall and usu- ally lasts until spring. For 2014-2015, the flu vac- cine is available FREE OF CHARGE to all Manito- bans. It offers protection against three flu strains, including H1N1. The best way to protect you against the flu is to get vaccinated. Flu viruses change, so last year’s vaccine may not protect you from this year’s viruses. Prairie Moun- tain Health has launched its annual flu campaign. Please see the ad in this newspaper for clinics in your community.

What is the Flu and how is it spread?

The fl u is not a stom- ach virus, nor is it the com- mon cold. The fl u is a re- spiratory virus, and it is spread when an infected person coughs or sneezes. You can also get the flu

when a person touches a

surface with fl u virus on

it and then touches his or

her nose, mouth, or eyes. The fl u virus can live on hard surfaces for up to 48

hours, on cloth, paper, and tissue for up to 12 hours, and on hands for about five minutes!

con-

tagious, and people can spread the virus before they show any symptoms. Some people will not have symptoms, but can carry the virus and spread it to others. The fl u can lead to serious complications such as bacterial infec- tions, bronchitis, pneumo- nia, and kidney or heart failure.

The

fl

u

is

very

What is the Flu Vaccine?

a

needle that is given in the arm. For some people, the flu vaccine can be given a diff erent way, through a spray that is put inside a person’s nose.

The

fl

u

vaccine

is

Every

year,

scientists

monitor the global spread of flu and decide what flu

viruses will most likely cause widespread illness. Each fl u vaccine contains three of these ‘killed’ flu vi- ruses--meaning they can’t harm you or make you sick. Th e vaccine helps your body recognize these flu vi- ruses so it can protect you.

Why do I need a Flu Shot every year?

fl

change over time, each year a new flu vaccine has to be developed. That is

why it is so important to get a flu shot every year.

Because

u viruses

Who should get the Flu Vaccine?

The fl u vaccine is rec- ommended for all Mani-

tobans over six months of age.

Some

people

are

at

greater risk of serious complications from the fl u. The fl u vaccine is strongly recommended for

the following individuals:

children age six months to 59 months, those with

a chronic illness, seniors

age 65 years or older, healthy pregnant women, residents of personal care homes or long term care

facilities, health care work- ers and first responders, individuals of Aboriginal ancestry, and people who are severely overweight or obese. The flu vaccine

is also recommended for

household contacts or caregivers of these people.

Are there any side effects?

Vaccines

are

known

to be very safe. It is much

safer to get the flu vaccine than to get the flu. Th e most common side effect of the fl u vaccine is red-

ness, soreness, and swell- ing where the needle was given. Some people may have chills, fever, or fa- tigue. These side effects should go away in one or two days.

Volunteer Shortage for Festival of the Arts

By SHEILA THIESSEN

R olling River Festival of the Arts (RRFA) is

starting to gear up for 2015, to run from March 16th to 20th (entry deadline is January 14th). It will once again be held in Minnedo- sa. Like Rivers, we are faced with a shortage of volunteers. There is a very strong possibility that Riv- ers will no longer be able to host RRFA in the future due to a lack of volunteers. Val Dornn and Louise Uhryniuk-Smith will con- tinue to be co-chairs of the

festival, but after many of years of dedication, they would like to step down from this position after this festival and perhaps continue to participate in

a smaller capacity. These

two women have been the backbone of this organi- zation for many years and have done an amazing job,

and it is now time for new volunteers to step forward for this worthwhile cause.

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and grandchildren to cel- ebrate their singing, dance, piano, speech, then please see our ad in the classifieds

(Coming Events) of the pa- per this week, and consid- er attending our meeting. Hope to see you there!

The perfect time to help our community grow!

Endow Manitoba 24-Hour Giving Challenge November 15th

Minnedosa and District Foundation encourages residents of Minnedosa and Area to make a gift on November 15th as part of the Endow

Manitoba 24-Hour Giving Challenge. On that day only, The Winnipeg Foundation will stretch all online gifts made to the Smart and Caring Community Fund via www.endowmanitoba. ca. (For every $5 contributed, The Winnipeg Foundation will add $1.) The Giving Challenge falls on National Philanthropy Day.

Gifts made on November 15th will help grow Minnedosa and District Foundation’s capacity to support a wide range of charitable projects in Minnedosa and Area for generations to come.

For more information, contact:

Jean at gjgarbo@mymts.net, 204-867-2372, or visit www.endowmanitoba.ca

204-867-2372, or visit www.endowmanitoba.ca 2004 – With an enrollment of 2,093, Rolling River School

2004 – With an enrollment of 2,093, Rolling River

School Division is experiencing its lowest enrollment in the last 20 years, possibly longer.

1994 – The Minnedosa Ag Society hosted a success-

ful old time threshing day and will benefit to the tune of about $1,000 after this year’s oat crop is sold.

1984 – The Minnedosa Industrial Commission, un-

der the chairmanship of Fred Mansell, has contacted 45 manufacturing companies in the hopes of attract- ing new business and industry to our community.

1974 – Following three seasons with the Brandon

Wheat Kings, Minnedosa’s Frank Taylor is back home playing with the local Bombers this season. Peter Wurster, another former Wheat King, is also now back in town.

1964 – The Minnedosa Centennial Committee has

recommended to Council a program to improve the Minnedosa Beach area should be undertaken as a centennial project. Projects may include new build- ings, sports facilities, a roller rink, wading pool and natural park.

1924 – Local citizens held a bee last week to put the

Minnedosa racetrack in shape for another year.

1914 – Complaints are being made about the num-

ber of small children running the streets until all hours of the evening.

1904 – John McMillan’s new home at the south end

of Main Street is now complete. It is one of the hand- somest and most convenient houses in town, and is furnished with all the modern conveniences. Mr. Mc- Millan is now having the grounds properly laid out.

1894 – A report from Newdale says the Elphinstone

Ranch will soon be a thing of the past, as all stock will shortly be disposed of by auction.

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CADURCIS NEWS

By DOREEN TROTT

A number from the area attended the W.I.

seminar in Basswood on Saturday. The Cadurcis la- dies provided the lunch of soup and sandwiches. A

very successful event from all reports.

Julie

Northam

and

Crystal and Emma John-

ston have travelled to Van- couver where they are vis- iting with Dave and Janice Melsen.

Doug

and

Karen

Northam hosted an 85th

birthday party for Don Northam on Saturday. Happy Birthday Don! We are also pleased to hear that Don had his leg cast removed. Glad to hear that you are more mobile Don!

By MURIEL McMANUS

Koreen

Rix,

White-

horse, Yukon and Brenda Kolskog, Edmonton, vis- ited this past week with Jean McTavish and family. Thanksgiving Dinner was held at Darwin and Gail’s on Sunday, October 19th.

Wayne and June Pol- lon and Catherine McMa- nus, Winnipeg attended

funeral for cousin Ray- mond McManus.

Muriel

McManus

hosted family members at Th anksgiving Dinner on Sunday, October 12th.

Bernice

McMillan

joined Lee and Lori on Saturday and then Esther and Don on Sunday for Thanksgiving gatherings. Such lovely fall weath- er this past while, much appreciated by those try- ing to finish fall work.

Gearing up For Fall Raffle

By JENNIFER PAIGE

R iver’s Edge Recreation Park committee is cur-

rently gearing up to hold

its second annual fall raffle next month. After offi cially opening the fi rst of the five phase project earlier in October, the committee has quickly moved their efforts to the next step of the park, phase two—a dog park.

Last

November

the

group saw great support from local businesses and individuals who donated prizes and purchased tick- ets, raising approximately

$8,000.

Th is

year’s

raffle is

slated to run from Novem-

ber 3rd to the 29th, with the draw date on Decem- ber 13th.

“Top

prizes

in

this

year’s raffle include $800, Winnipeg Jets tickets, $700

prize pack from McLaugh- lin GM, golf packages, gift

River’s Edge dog park. This will include an enclosure

certifi cates, and much with a four-foot chain link

fence that will allow space for dogs to run off leash. The site will also in- clude covered trash cans, benches, trees and shaded areas, as well as signage. The River’s Edge com- mittee estimates the cost to complete phase two, not including benches or gar- bage bins, at $68,000.

mittee president, Paul Lal- iberte.

more. We have over $7,500 in donations. Businesses and individuals were once again very generous to our project,” commented com-

e event will be sold through- out November and will be available at John’s Tax Ser- vice. The committee will also be setting up a sales table at Heritage Co-op on Saturday November 8th, 15th, and 22nd.

in

motion for our fall raffle once again. We’re current- ly looking for volunteers to help sell tickets. We’re

planning to run a table at Co-op on the three Satur- days in November.” Proceeds of the raffl e will be put towards the

Raffl

tickets

for

the

Bridge Club Results

October 16, 2014

1st: Linda Vint/ Gwen Manns 2nd: (Tie) Jean Garbolinsky/Cheryl Orr andCarol Lonsdale/ Lois Phillips 3rd: Wilma Jones/ Gwen Hoffman

“Th e

wheels

are

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MCI Earns Fourth at Provincials
By JENNIFER PAIGE
A fter defeating Neepawa in the Zone 7 play-
off final earlier this month, the Minnedosa

Collegiate girls’ soccer team earned a spot at the 2014 Rural Soccer Provincials. The Provincials were held in Winkler this past weekend, October 18th and 19th, and the MCI soccer team entered the tournament ranked fifth in the overall standings for rural fe- male soccer. After battling to reach the semifi nals, Minnedosa was defeated in the championship semis by Northlands Parkway, 2-1. In the third place fi nal, MCI lost to the Stein- bach Regional team, 2-1, and ended up placing fourth overall. “We had a good weekend. Unfortunately, we didn’t bring home any hardware. But as I said to the girls, fourth place in the province

against rival teams such as Steinbach and Win- kler is a result to be very proud of,” commented Sue Ross, student support facilitator with MCI. Minnedosa’s Tonielle Bachewich was also named to the Provincial All-Star Team.

Photos submitted

Tonielle Bachewich was named to the Provincial All-Star Team

BASSWOOD NEWS

By ZELDA FIRBY

B arry and Johanne Ross hosted Thanksgiving

for the Ross and Smith families. Raul and Ruth Reis of Winnipeg spent the Thanks- giving weekend with Mar- ion Ogibowski and Ray.

Deepest sympathy to the McManus families on the passing of Raymond. Susan Proven attend- ed the wedding of Ashly McKague at Steinbach re- cently. On Saturday, approxi- mately thirty ladies attend- ed the S.W.A. Fall Seminar titled “Learning and Grow- ing - Locally and Globally” at the Basswood Hall. The event was organized by the Basswood W.I. Mark and Sylvia Firby

hosted Thanksgiving for the LaCoste and Firby clan. Our duck hunting friends from Wisconsin and Alas- ka also joined us. They re- turned home Friday after a week of hunting.

On

Monday

evening,

Stan and Zelda Firby ac-

companied by Ev In- galdson of Minnedosa attended the Western Manitoba Youth Choir concert at Neepawa. Grandson Joey Simms is a member of the choir.

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A New Face to Sunday Service

St. Mark’s 110th Anniversary

By JENNIFER PAIGE

Service St. Mark’s 110th Anniversary By JENNIFER PAIGE Photo by Jennifer Paige One of Minnedosa’s most

Photo by Jennifer Paige

One of Minnedosa’s most handsome historic buildings, the St. Mark’s Anglican Church is marking its 110th anniversary.

larger church had to be constructed. The congregation

poured a great deal of vol- unteer labour into con- structing a new stone church, which began be- ing built in the summer of

1903.

Construction of the new stone church was com-

plete a year later and offi- cially opened on October 30, 1904 by the Archbishop S.P. Matheson. To this day the church houses a number of me- morials and gifts that have been collected over the course of the church’s his- tory. A bell, given to the church in 1887 on the oc-

casion of Queen Victoria’s Jubilee, a prayer desk, given in 1889 by G.W.R. Almon, the stained glass window in the South Tran- sept, given by the men who served under Brig. Gen. H. M. Dyer in World War I and the Alms Basin, given to the church by Rev. F.R. Hole, a retired priest.

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that sees many of the lo- cal buildings, people and groups celebrate notable milestone anniversaries. October 30th will mark the 110th anniversary of the official opening of St. Mark’s Anglican Church. The earliest records indi- cate that St. Mark’s began holding occasional ser- vices in The Town Hall as early as 1882. At the Easter parish- ioners’ meeting in 1883, a committee was appointed to secure property for the erection of a church build- ing and residence for cler- gymen. In 1885, land was found and a quaint church was built. By 1903, the con- gregation had grown and it was decided that a new,

Driver Succumbs to Injuries

By JENNIFER PAIGE

that a new, Driver Succumbs to Injuries By JENNIFER PAIGE T he Minnedosa St. Mark’s Anglican

T he Minnedosa St. Mark’s Anglican Church

is excited to welcome a new priest. Don Thompson is a five-point parish and re- cently moved to Minnedo- sa from Fort Nelson, BC. Thompson will serve in the Anglican Churches of Minnedosa, Bethany, Kel- wood, Neepawa and Glad- stone. “Along with pasto- ral ministry, I will also be working to create a presence in the community and es- tablish bible and fellowship studies. No one person can do everything in a church, it is a matter of encouraging and equipping others to take on fellowship,” comment- ed Thompson. Thompson was born and raised in Burnaby, BC. He attended the University of Burnaby, where he earned his accounting degree. He spent many years as a prac- ticing accountant, married, had four children and relo- cated to Fort Nelson, BC. As his children grew, he began to explore the op- portunities with the Anglican Church out of personal interest, enrolling in the bachelor of theology program at the Sudbury University. “I truly began to explore paths with the church out of personal interest, which inevitably lead me to be- come ordained as a deacon in 2009 and further develop my faith, becoming an ordained priest in 2012.” Thompson has been involved with the Anglican Church for more than 30 years. He began his new role on the first of October and will be rotating Sunday ser- vice through the five communities. Thompson is enthusiastic to begin his new role and encourages interested residents to introduce them- selves, come down to the church for a coffee and con- versation or give him a call.

T he 73-year old male driver involved in a

car-semi collision near Newdale last month has passed away from his in- juries. The man was from Waskada. RCMP investiga- t i o n has determined the 26-year-old semi driver was not at fault in this fatal highway incident.

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{ Minnedosa Tribune History } • Founded by William Gibbens in 1883 • Gibbens had
{ Minnedosa Tribune History }
Founded by William Gibbens in 1883
Gibbens had worked for a number of Ontario papers before coming to Manitoba
and published the Rapid City Standard for two years before coming to Minnedosa
Gibbens published the Tribune for 14 months before selling the business to one
of his employees, Dave Cannon
Cannon ran the Tribune as publisher until his retirement at
the age of 77
Following Dave Cannon, Adam CrossLEy published the Trib until the early 1930’s
Crossley was also credited with founding the Minnedosa Foundation
Robert ‘Bob’ Sanderson, purchased the publication from
CrossLEY in 1931
The front portion of the Tribune building was built in the early 1940’s during
Sanderson’s ownership
This replaced the two story wood framed office that had been built to replace
the original log structure, which housed the Tribune printing office
In 1950, Sanderson sold the Trib to his employee Earle Gordon
In the fall of 1966, the Tribune received a new offset press
Enabled the publication to utilize small, easier to handle page sizes
Allowed the paper to print two-colour advertisements
The October 17th edition featured the Trib’s very first
colour photo on the front page
Gordon introduced the first computer to the back shop of the Tribune called
the ‘computgraphic photo composer’ which streamlined production and
produced more readable type
Gordon sold the Tribune to his daughter, Ruth Spencer who
had grown up at the Tribune office
After running the publication for five years, Spencer sold the business to
Robert “bob” Mummery in November
The Tribune reached two notable milestones this year, a 64-page Christmas
edition—the largest edition to be printed, and street sales and subscription
number also reached an all-time high on over 4,000
The comp/set that was introduced by Gordon in the
mid-1970’s was replaced with the Trib’s first desktop
publishing computer system. This brought hundreds of new
fonts, borders and graphics to the publication’s pages
The Tribune was the first newspaper in Canada to be offered in its entirety on
the internet
• After 17 years as publisher, Mummery sold the business to
his daughter Jennifer Muth
• Muth upgraged the interior appearance of the front office as
well as undertaking a number of equipment upgrades
Reporter and editor, Darryl Holyk purchased the business from Muth
Holyk is the ninth and current publisher of the Minnedosa Tribune
• Tribune celebrated its 130th anniversary
• New website was launched and the online edition was reinstated

Province Presents Tribune with Award

By JENNIFER PAIGE

Province Presents Tribune with Award By JENNIFER PAIGE Photo by Jennifer Paige The Minnedosa Tribune’s ninth

Photo by Jennifer Paige

The Minnedosa Tribune’s ninth publisher, Darryl Holyk, accepts a Century Business Award from Manitoba Minister of Jobs and the Economy, Theresa Oswald.

Th e Minnedosa Tribune has been published weekly since 1883, is the oldest weekly newspaper in the Canadian West and this year marked its 131st year

in operation.

“Th e

generous

sup-

port of our advertisers, subscribers and readers has allowed The Minnedo- sa Tribune to continue

publishing weekly since March 1883. As a commu-

nity newspaper, our focus remains on local news and events. Often, these are hometown happen- ings that are not reported by other forms of me- dia,” commented Holyk. Throughout the Tri- bune’s history it has under- gone a number of changes but has always kept focus on the goal of providing lo- cal content. From features on local residents to break- ing hometown news, The Minnedosa Tribune offers the community a chronicle of local events.

Manitoba

Entrepre-

neurship, Training and Trade also presented the Century Business Recog- nition Awards to two other Manitoba businesses this year, Brandon’s Patmore Nurseries and Winnipeg’s Pratts Wholesale/Food Service. Patmore Nurseries owner, Marci Bomford accepted the award on Monday at the Brandon Chamber of Commerce luncheon. Patmore Nurs- eries has been in business for 131 years. Pratts Wholesale/Food Service was presented the award on Friday, October 17th by Minister Oswald at the 2014 Small Business Week Luncheon held at the Canad Inns in Winnipeg. Pratts was established in 1910 and has been operat- ing for 104 years.

T he Minnedosa Tribune recently received ac-

knowledgement from the Province of Manitoba for being a successful, long-

standing business for over a hundred years.

Minister

of

Jobs

and

the Economy, Theresa Os- wald, presented current Tribune publisher and edi-

tor, Darryl Holyk, with the Century Business Recogni- tion Award at the Brandon Chamber of Commerce luncheon on Monday, Oc- tober 20th at the Royal Oak Inn in Brandon.

The

Century

Busi-

ness Recognition Award Program was established in 2012 by Manitoba En- trepreneurship, Training and Trade and is dedicat- ed to celebrating business owners who have operat- ed businesses in the prov- ince continuously for 100 years or more. Th e Brandon Cham- ber of Commerce assisted in presenting the awards as part of Small Busi- ness Week in Manitoba.

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Prairie Harvest
Prairie Harvest

Photo by Darryl Holyk

October 24, 2014 9 Prairie Harvest Photo by Darryl Holyk Two combines work to get this

Two combines work to get this year’s crop off the field by glistening railway tracks and a delapidated granary.

Making Waves of Hope in Florida

“Our team is excited this event is being held in the USA and we are eager to head to Nathan Bend- erson Park in Sarasota to paddle,” said Diane Har- rington of Waves of Hope. Being part of this world

class event at a world class rowing venue is exciting. It enables us all to put our fears behind us and paddle forward to celebrate life.”

Th

e

festival

begins

with pre-race events to- day (Friday, October 24th) that will include training sessions, education fo- rums and social activities focused on breast cancer awareness, wellness and

healthy lifestyles. Race

days will be Saturday, Oc- tober 25th and Sunday, October 26th with the final round on Sunday. Teams from all over the United States and countries such as the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Singa- pore, Italy, and New Zea- land will participate. Additional events will take place throughout the community during the festival. Highlights will in- clude Dr. Susan Love, an internationally renowned Breast Cancer Special- ist and Advocate, will be the key note speaker at the Opening Ceremony on Friday. Pink fire trucks and pink police cars from

on Friday. Pink fire trucks and pink police cars from SUBMITTED M embers of the local

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M embers of the local dragon boat team,

Waves of Hope, will travel to Sarasota FL. October 24th to 26th to take part in the 2014 International Breast Cancer Paddlers’ Commission (IBCPC) Dragon Boat Festival at Nathan Benderson Park. More than 3,000 Breast Cancer Survivors (BCS) and supporters from all over the world will par- ticipate, making this the largest festival the IBCPC has ever organized. The event is designed to pro- mote healthy living and to empower BCS to continue celebrating survivorship and quality of life after cancer.

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the Pink Heals National Tour, will make a stop at the event. Distinguished Men of Brass, the Tampa band seen on “America’s got Talent” will kick-offthe Parade of Nation’s along Main Street in Lakewood Ranch on Saturday. Dr. Don McKenzie, a Vancou- ver sports medicine doctor who started the first BCS dragon boat team in 1996 when he challenged the theory that rigorous upper body exercise could cause lymphedema to women (and men) being treated for breast cancer will be meeting and greeting par- ticipants on Saturday and Sunday.

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ON THE FARM
ON THE FARM

By ELMER KASKIW

T he above normal tem- peratures and dry

weather over the past sev- en to 10 days has the 2014 harvest virtually complete. The 2014 crop has been one full of anxiety right from the delayed planting and excess mois- ture through to the frost worries, the delayed har- vest and now the mounds

of tough and damp grain that needs to be dealt with and monitored. In the end the 2014 crop through all of its adversity will likely still land up producing above long-term average yields and generally aver- age quality with the likely exception of field peas and barley which was hard- est hit by excess moisture and root rots. Now the fo- cus for most switches to

the 2015 crop in applying next year’s fertility require- ments, fall weed control and field maintenance.

Parkland Soybean Yields

The last seven to ten days has resulted in the harvest of the vast majority of the soybeans grown in the Parkland region. The yield range seems to be coming in at between 25-40 bushels per acre with an average likely to come in somewhere around the 30 bushel mark which will likely be lower than the 32-34 bushels reported in

2013.

The main reason for lower yields can likely be attributed to, early season excess moisture, variety choice, and Growing De- gree Days which struggled to keep up with long term averages where yields were trimmed by frost. Al- though these yields and profit levels are nothing to get too excited about the rotational benefits of adding another legume

option into your rotation will more than make up for any production and profit shortfalls over the longer term. This past summer the Western Manitoba Soy- bean Adaptation Variety Evaluation had several new early and mid-early varieties that were be- ing evaluated all of which reached physiological ma- turity by mid September. It seems with this additional effort being put into va- riety development it will be only a matter of time before soybeans become a more significant part of our Parkland crop rotation.

Rotation Planning With Soybeans

One of the main rea- sons many producers are looking at soybeans in their rotation is to try and get away from the wheat/ canola/wheat rotation that many have been practic- ing. Some rotation options that growers have prac- ticed include:

Wheat/soybeans/

Golden Agers Bowling Results

SUBMITTED

B owlers of the week are Pat Delbridge 134, 144, 146 (+100T) and Jim Clark 151, 177, 183 (+109T).

Other good games: Mac Davidson 231; Bud Amy 190:

Garry MacDowall 171; Rosemary Hamilton 245; Donna MacDonald 114, 110; Dorothy Lawrence 137; Shirley Mickoski 207, 215; Shirley Davies 163; Geraldine Swis- coski 161; Fred Stonehouse 135; Paul Chapski 157; Robert Hendry 221; Caroline Mansell 209; Bill Campbell 183.

Robert Hendry 221; Caroline Mansell 209; Bill Campbell 183. wheat/canola/wheat/soy- beans. Wheat/soybeans/

wheat/canola/wheat/soy-

beans. Wheat/soybeans/ soybeans/wheat/canola/ wheat/soybeans/soybeans. Wheat/soybeans/ canola/wheat/soybeans/ canola. Wheat/soybeans/ canola/wheat/soybeans/ flax/wheat . Factors to consider when planning your rota- tion might include:

Need to keep in mind phosphorous and potas-

sium front loading to avoid depleting soils. Need to be able to manage canola systems within the rotation or be able to control RR canola volunteers in soybean pro- duction year.

of

herbicide residues and the potential stacking of Group Two herbicides.

Need

to

be

aware

Phosphorus Fertility For 2015 Soybeans

A number of calls re- ceived this past week in regards to soybean fertil- ity and in particular the application of phosphorus this fall. Soybeans respond

better to high soil test phos- phorus when compared to added fertilizer phospho- rus and are more produc- tive on fields with medium- high (>10 ppm) soil test levels. In order to achieve these residual levels grow- ers must identify a plan to replace removed phospho- rus in their crop rotation to avoid depletion. One method of achiev- ing higher residual phos- phorus levels is to front load phosphorus in the cereal component of your rotation where higher P levels can be applied safely. Alternatively one can fer- tilize your 2015 soybean ground this fall by banding or broadcasting phospho- rus if severely deficient. Banding is likely a bet- ter option since the fertil- izer is in a concentrated zone and will be slower to be tied up in the soil and not as susceptible to spring runoff. In regards to inocu- lation grower experience continues to indicate that on virgin soybean ground double and even triple the rate of inoculation is show- ing significant yield re- sponses.

Legion Auxiliary Report

By JANIS WAHOSKI

P resident Chapski called the regular meeting of the Minnedosa Ladies Auxiliary to order on the evening

of October 14th with 18 members present. Laura Parker indicated she has one new member- ship application pending. Initiation of new members is put over to next meeting as both were unable to attend. Thank you card received from Gloria McLeod fam- ily for funeral luncheon served. A donation was made to Canadian National Institute for the Blind. Plans were made for lunch following November 11th Remembrance Day Service, November Tea and Bake Sale and Seniors Christmas Party. Memorial Donations will be given to Heart and Stroke in memory of Ardeth Macer’s brother, Sandy Lake

Handi Van in memory of Mary Slashinsky’s brother, George Buhay and Cancer Care Manitoba in memory of Laura Parker’s sister, Vi Unger.

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COMING EVENTS
COMING EVENTS

Minnedosa & District Services to Seniors is holding a Fall Information Fair – 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Tuesday, Oc- tober 28th, 2014 at the Minne- dosa 50+ Activity Centre at 31 Main Street S. More than 13 vendors bringing informa- tion which focuses on health, safety and general well-being. Non-perishable food items for Minnedosa & Area Food Bank graciously accepted. Re- freshments and door prizes. Everyone welcome!(32-2) x

Rapid City Recreation Hockey Registration Night. Monday, November 3rd, 2014 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. at the Rap- id City Community Complex (Rink). All ages welcome, from squirts to under 18 years of age. If you have any questions or are interested and can’t make registration night please call Naleen at 204-210-0417 (after 5 p.m. on weekdays) on or before 6:30 p.m. November 3rd, 2014 as we need an interested num- ber of children and their ages to form our teams. (32-2) x

COMING EVENTS
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Rapid City UCW Fall Supper held in the Legion Hall on Sunday, October 26th, 2014. Sittings at 4:45 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. Adults $12.00, Children 6-10 $6.00 and Pre- school Free. Advance tickets are available from Bernice Finlay 204-826-2226 or Ber- nice Dmytriw 204-826-2661 (30-4) x

Halloween Dance. Live Band. November 1st 9:00 p.m.

to 1:00 a.m. at Polonia Hall.

Tickets are $12.00. Free for Ages 8 and under. A free night

lunch will be served. For tick- ets please call 204-865-2252

or 204-867-7561. (32-3) x

Minnedosa Curling club fall supper Sunday, October 26th, 2014 4:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. $12.00 per adult $6.00 per child and under 5 free. (32-2) x

Minnedosa Kinette Christmas Craft Sale on Sat- urday, November 8th, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Minnedosa Community Conference Cen- tre. Admission $2; Yummy homemade soup and sand- wiches available for lunch!

Crafters or Vendors call Erin

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St Alphonsus fall supper. Sunday, November 2nd, 2014. 4:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. $12.00 per adult, $6.00 per child Un- der 5 free. (33-2) x

Come help the staff cel- ebrate the 25th anniversary of Erickson District Health Cen- tre on November 3rd from 1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. Cake and coffee to be served. (33-2) x

Minnedosa Legion La- dies Auxiliary November Tea and Bake Sale to be held on Wednesday, November 5th, 2014 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Legion Clubrooms. Everyone welcome. (33-2) x

Minnedosa Legion Hal- loween Party Friday, October

31st. Meat draw 5:30 p.m. Af-

ter meat draw enjoy chili and

a bun. Entertainment and

dance to follow, costumes welcome! Members and in- vited guests. (33-2) x

Brookdale Elementary School Parent Council pre- sents Country Blend: Christ- mas and Classic Country. Wednesday, December 10th at 7:30 p.m., Brookdale Com- munity Hall. Tickets $20.00 available by calling Becky at 1-204-212-2083. (33/37) d

41st Original Christmas Craft Sale Sunday, Novem- ber 2nd 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Royal Oak Inn, Brandon. Free

draws. Silver collection for Christmas Cheer. x

Vegas Night at Bethany Community Centre Satur-

day, November 8th 8:00 p.m. Tickets $15.00 (to include $15,000.00 play money) Ad- mission by Advanced tickets:

Call Karly Boyd 204-865-2478 Lynne Betteridge 204-865- 2244. Please drink responsi- bly. (33-3) x

Rolling River Festival of the Arts informational/ start up meeting, Thurs- day, October 30th 5:30 p.m. at Tanner’s Cross- ing School. If you think this is something you might be interested in, please try to attend. If you

are interested, but cannot attend, give Val a call at 204-867-2432 or Louise at 204-867-5532. x

PAINTER
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Qualified Painter with 25 years experience. All work guaranteed. Call Blaine at 204-874-2399. (43-tfn)

LAND FOR SALE
LAND FOR SALE

(Texas USA Best Buy) Own a 20 acre ranch in sunny Texas. Only $395 per acre - $99 per month. No credit check. Call 1-800-875-6568 (32-2) x

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It’s time to renew!
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FOR RENT
FOR RENT

3 bedroom house available immediately. For more infor- mation please call Rob 204- 705-0158. Rent $850.00 plus utilities. (33-2) x

One bedroom, second floor apartment for rent. Clean, quiet, near clinic, schools and downtown. Ref- erences required. $475 per month plus utilities. Available soon. Phone 204-867-3383 (33-2) x

Two bedroom, second floor apartment for rent. Pri- vate entrance and shared laundry facilities. Available December 1st. Phone 204- 867-2551 or text 204-868-5531 (33-2) x

CARD OF THANKS
CARD OF THANKS

I would like to express my very grateful “Thank You” to Dr Onyshko and all the staff at the Minnedosa Hospital for the very best care and com- passion while I was their pa- tient. To Jim, our son for com- ing to be with us, my sisters and family in Ontario for visits and phone calls, a great com- fort. I thank also other visitors, those who sent card, flowers and messages of best wishes, through family, Thanks to the Legion Ladies Auxiliary for visits and flowers, the Legion Branch for the fruit basket. To the residents of the Stewart House, I thank for their help and thoughtfulness while I was hospitalized and since arriving home. Edna Pelts.

Thank you to my friends at Harrison House for their assistance when I had my fall.

Harrison House is a great place

to be living when you are liv-

ing alone because the other

tenants become “family”. A special thanks to the staff at Minnedosa Hospital for the wonderful care I received. Thanks also to the many peo- ple who have made inquiries about how I am doing. Your concern is much appreciated.

A big thank you to my family

for their assistance and for ac- cepting me as a boarder, as well

as for the many phone calls of concern and encouragement. Sincerely, Irene Creber.

CARD OF THANKS
CARD OF THANKS

Many thanks to those who sent flowers, cards, food and visits to the house after the passing of our dear brother and Uncle Raymond. Lorne, Gladys and families. x

We would like to thank everyone for the many acts of kindness we have received on the passing of Alan’s dad. Thank you so much. Alan, Barb, Katrina and Sarah Dal- rymple.

IN MEMORIAM
IN MEMORIAM

In Memory of GERALD A. ERICKSON OCTOBER 23RD, 2013 Loving husband, father and grandpa. We hear your laugh, We see your smile, Your gently ways are sadly missed. Always loved. Always remembered. By Eunice, Karen and Lois and families

GEORGE A. WOODCOCK APRIL 15TH, 1933 – OCTOBER 24TH, 2004 Gone are the days we used to share but in our hearts you’re always there. Never more than a thought away. Loved and remembered every day. Pat, Larry, Scott and families.

RUSSELL LARS TILLER In Memory of husband, father, and grandfather who passed away on OCTOBER 24TH, 2010

In the quiet of the evening I sit and think of you, I open up my memory book, Of the things we used to do, And as I turn the pages, My eyes are filled with tears, For, although I have my memories, I can’t hold back the years. -Loved and Missed Dearly by

Kaye, Susan, Kelvin, Dennis, Ken and families.

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HELP WANTED
HELP WANTED
(TFN)
(TFN)

October 24, 2014 The Minnedosa Tribune HELP WANTED (TFN) SERVICES The Disability Tax Credit Allows for:

SERVICES
SERVICES

The Disability Tax Credit Allows for:

$1,500 Yearly Tax Credit

$15,000 Refund

(On Avg)

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HELP WANTED
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72 Rothwell Road Winnipeg, MB (1 block south of IKEA) The trusted name in metal recycling

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
EMPLOYMENT
OPPORTUNITY
PO Box 46 Site 145 RR1 Brandon, Manitoba R7A 5Y1 Class 1 Drivers Required **$0.48/mile
PO Box 46 Site 145 RR1
Brandon, Manitoba
R7A 5Y1
Class 1 Drivers
Required
**$0.48/mile to start**
**Paid Can/US border
crossings**
**Paid loading**
**Paid unloading**
**Benefits incl. vision,
health, dental, disability**
**Company matched
pension**
Contact Tyler
P: 204.571.0187 ext. 5
F: 204.571.9363
E: theuchert@
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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTU- NITY

Concrete Pump Op- erator Wanted Immediately. Experience in machinery operations required. Health benefits, full time year round work. Mechanical skills an asset. $25-$35 hour. Inquire info@powellconstruction.ca

GPRC, FAIRVIEW CAM- PUS needs a Power Engineer- ing Instructor! Please contact Brian Carreau at 780-835-

6631 and/or visit our website

at www.gprc.ab.ca/careers.

MEDICAL TRANSCRIP- TION is an in-demand career in Canada! Employers have

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ROADEX SERVICES re- quires O/O 3/4 tons, 1 tons and 3 tons for our RV division and O/O Semis and drivers for our RV and general freight deck division. Paid by direct deposit, benefits and compa- ny fuel cards. Border crossing required with valid passport and clean criminal record. 1-800-867-6233; www.road- exservices.com.

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

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FOR SALE

BATTERIES FOR EVERYTHING. Automotive, farm, construction, ATV, ma- rine, cycle, golf carts, solar, phones, tools, radios, com- puters etc. Reconditioned, obsolete and hard-to-find batteries. SOLAR equipment. The Battery Man. Winnipeg. 1.877.775.8271 www.battery- man.ca

P R O V I N C E - W I D E CLASSIFIEDS. Reach over 400,000 readers weekly. Call this newspaper NOW or email classifieds@mcna.com for details.

SAWMILLS from only $4,397 - MAKE MONEY & SAVE MONEY with your own bandmill - Cut lumber any dimension. In stock ready to ship. FREE Info & DVD:

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SAVE! NEW! WRAPPED! Queen Pillow-Top Bed Set $395 (Double set $375)! 8-piece solid wood Bed- room Suite including Queen bed, dresser, mirror, chest & 2 night stands $1695. 12 Drawer Queen Storage Bed $595! 5 piece 42” round drop leaf set $595. SOLID RUSTIC OAK Table Set 60” to 96” (No Veneer) 6-high back padded chairs $2,295 ($4,200 value)! 3 piece Leather set including Sofa, Love Seat & Rocker Re- cliner Chair, dark chocolate brown, $1495. Call KDL Fur- niture at 204-571-1971. 660 Highland Ave., South side of #1 Hwy., Brandon.

HEALTH

DISABILITY BENEFIT GROUP - Suffering from a Disability? The Canadian Government wants to give you up to $40,000. For de- tails check out our website:

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com or Call us today toll-free

1.888.875.4787.

MANUFACTURED HOMES

BRAND NEW SHOW- HOME ready for a November Delivery. 1638 sqft, open con- cept, 2 full baths. Floorplans available online at www. wgiesbrechthomes.ca We also do custom builds. Call or come by for more informa- tion. W.Giesbrecht Homes, Ste Anne, 1-204-346-3231

STEEL BUILDINGS

STEEL BUILDINGS “GIFT-CARD GIVE-AWAY!” 20X22 $4,358. 25X24 $4,895. 30X30 $6,446. 32X32 $7,599. 40X46 $12,662. 47X72 $18,498. One End wall Included. Pio- neer Steel 1-800-668-5422 www.pioneersteel.ca

STEEL BUILDINGS/ METAL BUILDINGS 60% OFF! 20x28, 30x40, 40x62, 45x90, 50x120, 60x150, 80x100 sell for balance owed! Call 1-800-457-2206 www.crown- steelbuildings.ca

WANTED

FIREARMS. All types wanted, estates, collections, single items, military. We handle all paperwork and transportation. Licensed Dealer. 1.866.960.0045 www.

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PROPERTIES FOR SALE
PROPERTIES FOR SALE
LISA LETAIN REALTOR® 204-868-6116 lletain@sutton.com RM of Saskatchewan MLS# 1419565 351-3rd Ave. Minnedosa MLS#
LISA LETAIN
REALTOR®
204-868-6116
lletain@sutton.com
RM of Saskatchewan MLS# 1419565
351-3rd Ave. Minnedosa MLS# 1425215
NEW PRICE
NEW LISTING
$314,900
$119,900
OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY
OCT. 25TH 2-4PM
Spacious quality 1,872 SF, 4 bedroom home with
a double detached garage that features in floor
heat. Enjoy the picturesque treed 8.9 acres. Hot
tub in its own building included! Jetted tub and
walk-in closet in the master bedroom.
Spacious home with unique charm features 3
bedrooms, 1 ½ bathrooms and a great view
overlooking the town. Many recent upgrades
including shingles, tub surround, eaves, furnace,
insulation, hot water tank, flooring and fences!
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PROPERTIES FOR SALE
PROPERTIES FOR SALE
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Rick Taylor 867-7551
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Tax Service & Accounting
Tax Service
& Accounting

• Income Tax Filing

• Farm and Business

• Accounting

• Payrolls

• Government form filing

Phone 867-5550 Fax 867-5808

116 Main St. S. Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0

70 Main St, S. Minnedosa, MB. Personal Tax Returns Farm Returns Business Returns Cash Back

70 Main St, S. Minnedosa, MB.

Personal Tax Returns70 Main St, S. Minnedosa, MB. Farm Returns Business Returns Cash Back Phone: 867-5124

Farm Returns70 Main St, S. Minnedosa, MB. Personal Tax Returns Business Returns Cash Back Phone: 867-5124

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Cash Back70 Main St, S. Minnedosa, MB. Personal Tax Returns Farm Returns Business Returns Phone: 867-5124

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ACCOUNTING
ACCOUNTING
CONSTRUCTION
CONSTRUCTION

BDO Canada, LLP

Chartered Accountants and Advisors

BDO Canada, LLP Chartered Accountants and Advisors
BDO Canada, LLP Chartered Accountants and Advisors
 

Parish Backhoe Services

Farm, Business & Individual

Septic Systems Weeping tiles Water Sysyems Basements

Professional Services:

 

~ Tax

 

All types of excavation

~ Accounting

Certified in waste

~ Farm Programs

water management

Sarah Campbell, CGA

Call: Ian 874-2134 or 867-0383

 

39 Main Street South Minnedosa 867-2957

867-0383   39 Main Street South Minnedosa 867-2957 Catharine M Gijsbers   Certified General Accountan t
867-0383   39 Main Street South Minnedosa 867-2957 Catharine M Gijsbers   Certified General Accountan t

Catharine M Gijsbers

 

Certified General Accountant

Professional Corporation Minnedosa

213

2 nd St NE

- Box 385 C: 867-0190

Roofing Decks Fencing Exterior Finishing Renovations Repairs

T: 867-3884

Email:

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Ryan Marnock

204-868-5980 or 204-867-5544

AUTO
AUTO
● AC
● AC

M & M

AUTO BODY

All Auto Body Repairs

Ph: 867-2083

5 Main St. North

CONSTRUCTION
CONSTRUCTION

Clint Moffat & Sons Ltd.

OFFICE

867-3356

• Sand & Gravel Products

• Excavating

• Water & Sewer Installations

• Site Preparation

• Landscaping

• Snow Removal

PRAIRIE CONCRETE

Minnedosa - 867-3853 Ready Mix Concrete

Concrete forms, Rebar, Wire Mesh, Weeping Tile, Concrete Sealer, Snap Ties

All at Competitive prices

Ready Mix Concrete Concrete forms, Rebar, Wire Mesh, Weeping Tile, Concrete Sealer, Snap Tie s All
Concrete Sealer, Snap Tie s All at Competitive prices TAG Construction All Jobs, Roofing, Painting General
TAG Construction All Jobs, Roofing, Painting General Repairs and Maintenance Contact Terry or Matt at
TAG
Construction
All Jobs, Roofing,
Painting
General Repairs and
Maintenance
Contact
Terry or Matt
at 867-2729
or 210-0225
240 Main St. N
Box 325
Minnedosa, MB
• Specializing in water & sewer installation & repair • All types of excavation •
• Specializing in water & sewer
installation & repair
• All types of excavation
• Basements, Demolition
• Snow removal
• Gravel, Topsoil
• Sales of septic tanks
Tony 867-7582
Kirk 867-0180
Unique Projects Interior/Exterior Repairs & Renovations
Unique Projects
Interior/Exterior
Repairs & Renovations

Projects Interior/Exterior Repairs & Renovations BIR BIR CH CH CONSTRUCTION LTD. GENERAL CONTRACTORS

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CONSTRUCTION

LTD.

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CONTRACTORS

Commercial

Residential

867-0400

0r

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ELECTRICAL
ELECTRICAL

C. BURTON Enterprises Ltd.

Refridgeration Air Conditioning, Heating & Electrical

30 Years

Ex perience!!

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FINANCE
FINANCE
E x perience!! Bus : 867-3950 Fa x: 867-2340 FINANCE GRAIN HAULING Brian Horner Grain &
GRAIN HAULING
GRAIN
HAULING
Brian Horner Grain & Fertilizer Hauling 204-867-7182
Brian Horner
Grain & Fertilizer
Hauling
204-867-7182
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INSURANCE
INSURANCE
MINNEDOSA INSURANCE SERVICES Drivers Licenses, Autopac General Insurance Bruce McNabb & Dave McDonald 867-3946
MINNEDOSA
INSURANCE SERVICES
Drivers Licenses, Autopac
General Insurance
Bruce McNabb & Dave McDonald
867-3946
LEGAL
Alexander Jackson Law Office B-116 Main St S Minnedosa, MB 8 6 7 -3 9
Alexander
Jackson
Law Office
B-116 Main St S
Minnedosa, MB
8 6 7 -3 9 8 1
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SIMS & COMPA N Y

L a w

O ffi c e

Norman H. Sims, Q.C.

76 Main Street South MINNEDOSA 867-2717

Burgess Law Office

51 Main Street S Minnedosa

867-2935

burglaw@mts.net

MLA
MLA
LEANNE ROWAT, M.L.A. Riding Mountain Constituency Minnedosa 114 Main St. S. Office Hours Mon. -
LEANNE ROWAT, M.L.A.
Riding Mountain Constituency
Minnedosa
114 Main St. S.
Office Hours
Mon. - Fri.
9:00 - 5:00
Constituency
Ph: (204) 867-2297
Fax: (204) 867-3641
Winnipeg
Ph: (204) 945-0258
Fax: (204) 945-5921
PAINTING
PAINTING
Winnipeg Ph: (204) 945-0258 Fax: (204) 945-5921 PAINTING PLUMBING WAHOSKI MECHANICAL LTD. PLUMBING HEATING GAS
Winnipeg Ph: (204) 945-0258 Fax: (204) 945-5921 PAINTING PLUMBING WAHOSKI MECHANICAL LTD. PLUMBING HEATING GAS
PLUMBING
PLUMBING

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MECHANICAL LTD. PLUMBING HEATING GAS FITTING AIR CONDITIONING

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Plumbing and Heating
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PRINTING
PRINTING
More than just a Newspaper! We offer a full line of Custom Printing. Posters, Brochures,
More than just a
Newspaper!
We offer a full line of
Custom Printing.
Posters, Brochures, Invoices,
Envelopes, Business Cards,
Letterhead, Tickets, Invitations
and MORE! We also provide
Colour Photocopying, Photo
Reproductions and Faxing.
Visit us at:
14 3rd Avenue S.W.
Minnedosa, MB
Monday - Friday
9 a.m. to 12 noon &
1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Phone 867-3816
REAL ESTATE
REAL ESTATE
CALL ME FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS PETER HARRISON Phone/Text 867-5444 www.suttonharrison.com
CALL ME
FOR ALL YOUR
REAL ESTATE NEEDS
PETER HARRISON
Phone/Text 867-5444
www.suttonharrison.com
SELF-HELP Drug Problem? Narcotics Anonymous can help Meetings every Tuesday & Saturday at 7 p.m.
SELF-HELP
Drug Problem?
Narcotics
Anonymous can help
Meetings every
Tuesday &
Saturday at 7 p.m.
at Calvary Temple,
221 Hamilton Street,
Neepawa, MB
Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba Support Group Meetings held at Minnedosa Hospital Boardroom every 2nd
Mood
Disorders
Association
of Manitoba
Support Group
Meetings held at
Minnedosa Hospital Boardroom
every 2nd Tuesday of the month
at 6:30 p.m. For more info call:
Lora Hay 826-2773
Connie Finlay 867-2556

ALCOHOLICS

ANONYMOUS

If you like to drink and can That's your business If you want to stop and can't That's our business.

P.O. Box 36 or 867-3966

Alanon - 867-3308 Alateen - 867-5121

867-3401

Minnedosa

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SEPTIC
SEPTIC

Lakeside Septic Service

Potable water delivery. Book your portable toilets. Small tool rentals.

Bryon Gaiser

867-2416

Cell: 867-7558

RAINKIES

RAINKE'S

Sewage Service

JIM BEAUMONT

476-2483

Owner/Operator

Cell: 476-6591

Dennis: 476-2766

23 Hour Service

SERVICES
SERVICES
St. Alphonsus Catholic Church 142 4th St, 142 4th St, NW. NW. Minnedosa, MB 867-3831
St. Alphonsus
Catholic Church
142
4th St,
142
4th St,
NW. NW.
Minnedosa, MB
867-3831
Minnedosa, MB
867-3831
Mass Sunday 9:00 a.m.
People Helping People - Committed to Caring - Phone (204) 857-6100 Fax (204) 857-8389
People Helping People
- Committed to Caring -
Phone (204) 857-6100
Fax (204) 857-8389
cpccs@centralplainscancercare.com
www.centralplainscancercare.com

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SALES
SALES

Darwin

Darwin

Matthews’

TV AND APPLIANCE SALES AND SERVICE

Your Shaw Direct, LG, Samsung, Bell Danby Dealer

TV AND A PPLIANCE S ALES AND S ERVICE Your Shaw Direct, LG, Samsung, Bell Danby
TV AND A PPLIANCE S ALES AND S ERVICE Your Shaw Direct, LG, Samsung, Bell Danby

Computer Sales and Service Systems, Monitors & Accessories Minnedosa, MB Phone 867-3164 E-mail: darm112@mts.net

SERVICES
SERVICES
T A C Ventures Inc. Waste Management & Contracting (204)476-0002 Garbage Removal Bin Rentals Construction
T A C
Ventures Inc.
Waste
Management &
Contracting
(204)476-0002
Garbage Removal
Bin Rentals
Construction Demolition
Renovating
Household clean up
Estate clean ups
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TRADING

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Gently Used Furniture Clothing &Misc. Items Donations Estate Sales Pick-up &Deliveries

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*We accept Visa, Master Card & debit card purchases *We deliver within town limits Mon - Sat at 4:00 p.m. ($2 charge - $10 minimum order) *Senior’s Discount every Friday (65 & up)

Sale Dates:

OCTOBER 24-30

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*We sell lottery tickets

* Try one of our delicious BBQ chickens! * We sell fruit, veggie & meat trays and fruit baskets (24 hours notice is appreciated) *We sell R.O. water

GROCERY
GROCERY
FROZEN FOODS
FROZEN FOODS

Cheer liquid laundry detergent

NN™ jumbo paper towels (limit 1/family) NN™ facial tissue (limit 1/family) Montclair Natural Spring water

NN™ coffee whitener

1.47lt

6rl

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450g

100ea

375g

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396ml

NN™ tea bags

NN™ oven ready lasagna noodles

NN™ original pasta sauce

NN™ tomato paste NN™ teriyaki, papple, hon gar or swt & sour sauce

NN™ party mix

350ml

320g

700g

1.36lt

1.36lt

170g

156g

540ml

58-63g

400ml

180-200g

320-340g

6x111g

1kg

140-184g

20ea

158-233g

1.36lt

1lt

796ml

284ml

4x99gr

145g

900ml

475ml

4lt

1.89lt

907g

454g

200g

300g

400g

1kg

500g

8kg

1.75lt

200g

500ml

500g

1ea

NN™ dry roasted peanuts NN™ pineapple juice

NN™ tomato juice NN™ tuna in water - flake or chunk

Maple Leaf flake meats asstd

Campbell’s RTS soup asstd

Lipton Cup of Soup asstd

Windsor table salt

French’s mustard

Pepperidge Farms Goldfish crackers asstd PC™ tortilla chips asstd Motts Fruitsation apple sauce asstd

Shake N Bake asstd Tetley flavored teas asstd Betty Crocker tuna or hamburger Helper asstd

Sun Rype Juices asstd NN™ ketchup

NN™ canned tomatoes asstd NN™ mushrooms asstd

NN™ mini puddings asstd

NN™ croutons - seasoned or Caesar NN™ chicken or beef broth

NN™ pourable salad dressings asstd

NN™ white vinegar

NN™ canola oil NN™ crème cookies asstd NN™ shortening or lard NN™ coconut asstd NN™ chocolate chips

NN™ marshmallows asstd NN™ peanut butter asstd

NN™ honey - liquid or creamed

NN™ dry dog food - special dinner

NN™ juice - apple or orange NN™ cheese - mozzarella or marble

NN™ sour cream asstd NN™ cottage cheese Pumpkins

$4.59

$3.99

$3.99

$1.49

$2.49

$1.99

$1.49

$1.29

$0.99

$1.99

$2.49

$3.99

$1.59

$1.99

3/$4.00

3/$4.00

$1.99

2/$3.00

$1.99

2/$5.00

$2.49

$1.99

$1.19

$1.99

$1.99

$1.99

$1.99

$1.99

$0.99

$0.99

$0.99

$1.19

2/$3.00

2/$3.00

$2.59

$3.99

$2.59

$1.99

$1.59

$1.59

$1.59

$3.99

$3.99

$9.99

$1.99

$3.49

$1.99

$2.49

$3.99

McCain Superfries asstd

900g

$2.99

NN™ vegetables asstd

750g

$1.99

NN™ meat lasagna

Casa Mendosa tortillas asstd

2.27kg

1lt

640g

425-490g

6x110g

300g

$7.99

NN™ whipped topping

$1.99

$2.99

FM squares - nanaimo, brownie or carrot cake

$4.99

FM muffins - raisin bran or banana choc chip

$4.39

FM Two-Bite brownies

$3.49

MEATS
MEATS

Chicken legs, fresh, back on

$2.99/lb

Burns bacon

375g

250g

500g

$5.29

Carl Buddig honey ham or chicken tubs

$4.99

NN™ sliced bologna

$3.99

Prime rib beef roast

$6.99/lb

Prime rib beef steak

$7.99/lb

Stewing beef, boneless

$4.99/lb

Pork tenderloin

$4.69/lb

NN™ chicken stuffed with ham & cheese

284g

$4.39

NN™ crispy southern chicken

1kg

$12.99

NN™canton egg rolls meat Ziggy’s roast beef, corned beef or pastrami

1.25kg

$8.99

$1.49/100g

PRODUCE
PRODUCE

Spartan apples

5lb bag

1lb

$3.89

Strawberries

$3.99

Cantaloupe

$3.49

Broccoli

$1.79

Lettuce, Iceberg

$1.49

Asparagus

$3.99/lb

Green onions

$0.69

Cabbage, green

$0.49/lb

Dole coleslaw mix

397g

340g

$1.49

Dole Classic iceberg salad mix

$1.49

Oranges, navel

$0.99/lb

Peppers

bag

of 3

$2.99

Tomatoes, grape

pint

$1.99

BAKERY
BAKERY

D’Italiano bread asstd

675g

$2.99

NN TM BATHROOM TISSUE (LIMIT 1/FAMILY)

24RL

$3.99

DELISSIO PIZZAS ASSTD

530-888G

$4.99

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