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INSIDE

this week

MCI Girls Win Rugby Title 2
MCI Girls Win
Rugby Title
2
Kailyn Turner Update 3
Kailyn Turner
Update
3

Air Cadets

Graduate

7

A Place For Dogs To Play

By HILLARY CAMPBELL

O n Sunday, May 28th, people gathered

around the dog park along the river’s edge. They braved the cold wind, and threatening rain to see the unveiling of the new sign. Dogs and children alike ran freely through the park, and the barbeque gave it a celebratory feel. Th e Minnedosa Li- ons Club sponsored part of the park, which meant that they were in charge of naming the park. They decided to bring the chal- lenge to the experts and enlisted the help of Tan- ner’s Crossing School’s grade 7 and 8 students. The students provided the Lions Club with 33 dif- ferent options for a park name. The students were given fi ve criteria: The name had to incorporate ‘Minnedosa Lions”, “dog park”, it had to be original, and the fourth and fifth cri- teria were that the students had to have fun. Some great names that did not make the list of the top three were “Diggety Dogg Dog Park”, “Chew Bakka Dog Park”, “The Woofers Park”, and “Dogs Gone Wild Park”. Th e committee nar- rowed down the names, and came up with three finalists. The three fi nalists were acknowledged and presented with cheques by Minnedosa Lion’s Club President Donna Illerbrun.

by Minnedosa Lion’s Club President Donna Illerbrun. Photo by Hillary Campbell (L-R): Wanda Kingdon, Paul

Photo by Hillary Campbell

(L-R): Wanda Kingdon, Paul Laliberte, Robert Tomlinson, Donna Illerbrun and Denis Deslauriers

In

third

place,

was

Chloe Kushner, who was unable to attend the un- veiling, but who submitted “Happy Hounds Park”. She was awarded in absentia

with a cheque for $25.

In

second

place

was

Cole Cibula, for his cre-

ative submission, “Kanine Korale”. Cole was awarded with a cheque for $25.

Finally,

the

winner

of the contest was Robert Tomlinson, for his submis- sion, “Central Bark”. Tom- linson was awarded with a giant cheque for $100, and was involved in the unveil- ing process. Next, Paul Lal-

iberte, from River’s Edge, came forward to help Iller- brun cut the ribbon for the new park. Congratulations to Robert Tomlinson for his creative naming rights!

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MCI Rugby Girls Win Second League Title

Minnedosa Tribune MCI Rugby Girls Win Second League Title Photo Submitted By HILLARY CAMPBELL Last weekend,

Photo Submitted

By HILLARY CAMPBELL

Last weekend, the local high school girls rugby team, the MCI Chancel- lors, were victorious in their home game against the Dauphin Clippers on Saturday, May 27th. The team went undefeated in the league this season and won the Westman High School Girls rugby title with a score of 36-24 against Dauphin’s team. During the champi- onship game, Chancellors Ashley Robinson had a try

and three converts while Sadie Wood, Dawson McKay, Jordan McLeod, Avery Wakelam and Kiana

Rose each had single tries.

Now

that

our

girls

have won the league and the championship game, they are headed to Win- nipeg today, Friday, June 2nd, to play for the Provin- cial title! The team’s coaches are Kathleen Muirhead, Matt Pentecost, Cody Pollon and Kaitlyn Burgess. “It’s impressive to go undefeated,” said MCI

teacher, Tanis Barrett, add-

ing that this is only the sec- ond time that the girls’ rug- by team from Minnedosa Collegiate has won the league championship since the team was formed in 2003. The Chancellors girls rugby team won its first league championship in 2014. “It’s really fantas- tic,” she said.

Th

e

Westman

Boys

Rugby title went to the Crocus Plainsmen who defeated the Souris Sabres

10-8.

CDC Reflects On The Past Year At AGM

By HILLARY CAMPBELL

O n Thursday, May 25th, the Minnedosa Area

Community Development Corporation held its An- nual General Meeting. The meeting kicked off with speaker Ray Redfern, of Redfern Farm Services, who gave a presentation on the soybean processing

plant initiative. There was also a brief presentation given on the Primary Care Centre’s progress.

Following

this,

Ch-

antelle Parrott, the CDC’s Economic Development

Officer, began her presen- tation.

Parrott

started

by

speaking about the 2016 year in review. During the 2016 year, Vern May was the EDO for Minnedosa, and was in charge of the initiatives that were un- dertaken that year. May worked with Neepawa to present the second annual ‘What’s the Big Idea?’ En- trepreneurship event. This event supported four new

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cial media presence, and May was nominated for an award for his marketing excellence. The year also saw the reintroduction of Minnedosa’s tourist infor- mation booth, which was located at the Caboose at Tanner’s Crossing Park, and will now be situated at the Beach Pavilion. In looking at 2017, Par-

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rott presented on upcom- ing initiatives. In 2017, Minnedosa hired Parrott as its EDO, and she has overseen the launch of the Business Builder loan pro- gram, which is a partner- ship between the CDC Of- fice and Minnedosa Credit Union. This initiative sup- ports and promotes local entrepreneurs, and makes

local financing available to them.

Th is

year,

Parrott

is

also focusing on helping local businesses expand. She has been working with Inspire Studio of Art to help them secure the up- per level of the Pavilion for

summer art classes and workshops.

Parrott has been work- ing with Manitoba Agri-

culture, and has been try- ing to have a kitchen in Minnedosa designated as

a commercial community

kitchen, which will pro- mote local and regional food entrepreneurs and food production in an ap-

proved facility. This would help food entrepreneurs move beyond farmers markets, as they would need an approved facility

to do so. In Manitoba there

are almost 40 commu- nity commercial kitchens,

but there are only four in Southwestern Manitoba, and three of them are in Brandon.

Th

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CDC

is

also

Onyshko Wins at Canadian Championships

M i n n e d o s a - b o r n Olympian, Isabella Onyshko added some more hardware to her trophy case recently. The gymnast, who represents the Brandon Eagles Gym Club, competed at the Ca-

nadian Championships in Montreal from May 23rd

to May 28th. Isabela com-

peted in the Senior classes and came home with Gold for Beam, fourth for Un- even Bars and fourth for All Around.

Beam, fourth for Un- even Bars and fourth for All Around. planning the third an- nual

Beam, fourth for Un- even Bars and fourth for All Around. planning the third an- nual

Beam, fourth for Un- even Bars and fourth for All Around. planning the third an- nual

Beam, fourth for Un- even Bars and fourth for All Around. planning the third an- nual

planning the third an- nual ‘What’s the Big Idea?’ event, and this year it will include Carberry, as well as Neepawa. Since there

has been a lot of interest in this event amongst smaller communities, Parrott said it made sense to have one larger event, rather than any number of smaller ones. This year’s event will be held in Carberry. The CDC is looking at commercial development

on Highways #10 and #16. Parrott said that, “we want to start to grow from the outside in.”

Financially

speaking,

Parrott said they are sit- ting “about the same as we were this time last year.” In 2016, revenues and ex- penses were both higher than they were in 2015, but Parrott expects that in 2017 they may see a lower budget, due to having a de- creasing population, and thus a lower tax base. One of the initiatives that Par- rott hopes to work towards is attracting new residents to the area, particularly young families and young professionals.

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Kailyn Turner Benefit Social Next Saturday

By HILLARY CAMPBELL

O n December 5th, tragedy struck not

only the Turner family, but the whole community.

It was a blustering snow storm, and one of our community’s own befell

a tragic motor vehicle ac-

cident. Kailyn Turner, now 17, although 16-years-old at the time, was driving between Neepawa and Minnedosa on Highway #16 when she lost control of her vehicle in the poor winter driving conditions, and collided with another vehicle. She has been at the Health Sciences Cen- tre in Winnipeg ever since.

Kailyn’s father, Der- rick Turner, noted that while the police report was available, the family decided that they would rather not see it. “We didn’t feel as though there was any value in knowing

all of the details,” he said. The accident did not leave Kailyn with any bro- ken bones or bruising, the main injury sustained was a head injury called

a Traumatic Brain Injury

(TBI). When she was brought to the Winnipeg hospital, she was admit- ted as an adult, rather than as a child, and the family is grateful for that. “We were more comfort- able staying on the adult side of the hospital, and I think we are still happy we made that decision way back then,” commented Derrick. Since being admit- ted to the hospital, Kailyn has been in three differ- ent places. Upon first be- ing admitted, she went into the Surgical Intensive Care Unit (SICU), where she had a device inserted to monitor brain pressure. She spent about 12 days there with fabulous one- on-one care. Once she was stabilized enough, she was moved to another area of the hospital, re- ferred to as the Step-Down Unit, on a floor where pa- tients with brain, neck and spine injuries are located. She remained there for another 12 to 14 days. In January, she transferred from the Step-Down Unit to the ward where she re- mains currently.

However, it was only a few days ago that the fam- ily finally received some good news. They were told that Kailyn will be moving to St. Amant Cen- tre, which is more suited to the kind of rehabilita-

tion services that Kailyn’s

recovery demands. “We are pretty excited about that,” said Derrick, “but

I can’t say enough good

things about the hospital and the staff.” The centre will pro- vide Kailyn with differ- ent types of stimulation and therapies which will help with her level of consciousness. Accord- ing to Derrick, it was on Christmas Eve that Kai-

lyn first showed a sign of consciousness, when she opened her eye for a short moment while her brother sat with her. She has made progress, and currently is able to focus on a movie or TV show on her Ipad. “It’s getting bet- ter, but it’s going to be re- ally small baby steps. We don’t know where it will go, but we are hoping and praying for the best,” said

Derrick. A glimmer of light in the situation, is that doc- tors have told the fam- ily that Kailyn has age on her side. A person’s brain does not stop growing and changing until about age 25. Since Kailyn is only 17-years-old, and is

a strong, determined girl,

the outlook is more posi- tive for her. The family has jour-

the outlook is more posi- tive for her. The family has jour- Photo Submitted Kailyn Turner

Photo Submitted

Kailyn Turner has been recovering from a tragic accident in December.

naled everything Kailyn has done since her acci- dent. This helps curb their frustration with the slow recovery time. “We’ll go back in the pages a month or two, and remember that Kailyn didn’t lift her arms that way before and now she does, or she’s looking more relaxed

now, or now she definitely has far less medications to stabilize her than when she started,” Derrick said.

He noted that it is hard to describe the changes to people, but that they are baby steps, and things are definitely getting better for Kailyn. Since the accident, Kailyn has had so much support from her family. Her father, Derrick, her mother Shauna, and her stepmother Trish have all stayed with her around the clock, in four-hour shifts. They have each taken time off work, and have been living out of the Canad Inns Hotel since Decem- ber. Derrick noted that he anticipates remaining in Winnipeg throughout

the remainder of the year. “We are her parents, we couldn’t imagine not be- ing there,” said Derrick. They each try to make

it home to Minnedosa for

a few days at a time, and

have had a huge amount of support from fam- ily members and friends alike. Kailyn’s grandpar- ents have also helped out. Derrick’s parents have also stayed in Winnipeg while Shauna’s mom takes care of things at home. Kailyn has the support of a twin brother, older sister and step-brother and step-sis- ter, who collectively have faced many day-to-day questions while the others are in Winnipeg. He stressed “how overwhelmed we are from the community, and the friends of the family. The messages, monetary do- nations, food, emails and texts, or people just stop- ping in to see us are pretty

overwhelming.” The family’s goal is to get Kailyn back to Minnedosa eventually. It is where the family has

their support net, their

jobs, and it is Kailyn’s home. The fundraising so- cial for Kailyn and the Turner family will be held next Saturday, June 10th at the Minnedosa Arena. Proceeds from the night will be going to assist the Turner family during Kai- lyn’s recovery. Derrick concluded by noting how incredible the support is that is being given by the community, “it’s going to be hard to come that night, and keep our emo- tions in check but we are looking forward to the op- portunity to say thank you in person.” Tickets for the Kailyn Turner Benefit Social are available at Minnedosa Credit Union.

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Around the Region…

Federal PCs Hanging Onto Coattails Of Liberals

Deloraine Times and Star – The music program

at Deloraine School is in its second season after years of absentia. On May 7th, a fundraising concert was held at the Deloraine-Winchester Theatre. The concert raised over $1,200 for the continuation of the music program.

Killarney Guide – Dr. Mark Bemment recent- ly came on board as a full-time doctor with Prairie Mountain Health’s Tri-Lake Health Centre and medi- cal clinic in Killarney. His wife, Rachelle will be work- ing part-time at the clinic in an administrative role. The newlywed couple recently moved to Canada from a village in Lincolnshire.

Melita New Era – Three years ago the Melita Dis- trict Chamber of Commerce stopped holding meetings and putting on events. Since that time, the Chamber has been back in action. Meetings now see average at- tendance of 10 to 12 people and the Chamber recently hosted a Kick off to Spring event with a grand prize of $1,000 Chamber Bucks.

Reston Recorder – The Reston and Area Founda- tion recently presented $600 towards a new laptop for Senior helping Hands, $1,300 for a new laptop for the Nursery School and $3,750 for renovations to brighten up the Reston District Library.

Souris Plaindealer – Landon Roberts, Cory King and Tyson Kozak have been selected in the Western Hockey League Bantam Draft in Calgary. All three are products of Souris Minor Hockey and the Southwest Cougar AAA bantam program.

Roblin Review – Hemp Sense Inc., a hemp man- ufacturing facility at Gilbert Plains is almost ready to open its doors. Hemp Sense will dehull hemp seed and sell the nut as well as producing cat litter, a soil enricher and small animal bedding from hemp straw. The facility could employ up to 30 people.

Boissevain Recorder – The Boissevain Commu- nities Palliative Care committee hosted its annual Hike for Hospice May 5th and raised $1,329.

Dear Editor,

With regards to last week’s “View From Parliament Hill” by Federal Conser- vative member, Robert Sopuck, I find his remarks shameful and even de- ceptive. The article is en- titled, “Investing in Riding Mountain National Park”. His chest puffi ng comments are, in my view, heavily slanted so as to give the reader the appearance that the infra- structure programs pres- ently implemented by the current Liberal Govern- ment is really only a car- rying out of things that the former Conservatives had undertaken, and taken as a whole, clearly that is the

Letters to

and taken as a whole, clearly that is the Letters to the Editor tenor and intention
and taken as a whole, clearly that is the Letters to the Editor tenor and intention

the Editor

as a whole, clearly that is the Letters to the Editor tenor and intention of the
as a whole, clearly that is the Letters to the Editor tenor and intention of the

tenor and intention of the

whole article. The truth is, that aside from improve- ments to Highway #10 under Federal jurisdiction in the Park, almost noth- ing was done by his party to maintain upkeep of the Park or to support those who enjoy it.

Where

was

Sopuck

when quizzed about the withdrawal of funding to maintain the winter hiking and cross-country trails, enjoyed by all Manitobans

and other visitors over many years of enjoyment of a healthful activity? He gave a lame excuse saying that “Well, the money is going elsewhere (to roads)

so it is just a matter of re- allocating the funds.” This left the maintenance of the trails to “The Friends

of the Park” to keep them

open for public use. So much for Conservative

support. The truth is, as

I have said before, that funding went primar-

ily only to public ventures that cast a good reflection upon the Conservatives, with the biggest headline. Mr. Sopuck does not yet seem to realize that the Conservatives were tossed out last election and a new Government under Trudeau has taken its place. His article, in my view, slyly claims credit where it deserves abso- lutely no credit at all. The Federal Conservatives now hope to gain some glory by hanging onto the coattails of the Liberals.

Allan James,

Minnedosa, MB

To The Thoughtful Gentleman At Subway

Dear Editor,

M y grandson and I were in the Subway

shop in Minnedosa on Tuesday, May 23rd to get him a sub after his ball- game. When trying to pay for the sub with my debit card, the terminal froze up and could not process the sale. I didn’t have quite

enough cash to pay for the sub. A kind gentleman came forward and paid, not only for what I was short, but the whole cost. We did not know this man and no one in the sub shop knew him either. When I asked him his name, he just said “Don’t worry about it” and left. We tried to catch up to him outside

but we lost him. I would like to thank

this man very much for his kindness, but I don’t know

if he lives in Minnedosa or

was just passing through.

I hope he will see this let-

ter in the paper and know how much his thoughtful- ness meant to us. There are a lot of good people in our world and we met one.

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I would like him to know that his generosity will be paid forward by my grand- son and I to someone else.

Thanks again,

Lynn Madden,

Rivers, MB

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4-H Awards Senior Members For Highest Achievement

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4-H Awards Senior Members For Highest Achievement SUBMITTED Photo submitted Recipients of the South Parkland 4-H

Photo submitted

Recipients of the South Parkland 4-H Entrance Bursary (L-R): Hanna Tolton, Rebecca Baker, Marika Dewar-Norosky and Ann Mandzuik.

of the Newdale 4-H Club, Hanna Tolton of the Ken- ton Kraftsmen 4-H Club, and Rebecca Baker of the Newdale 4-H Club each received $200 to be used

towards continuing their education. The 4-H Gold Watch Award is considered the top honour that 4-H mem- bers can receive to recog-

nize their years of involve- ment in the 4-H program. Gold watches are spon- sored by Heritage Co-op of Minnedosa, Jackson Seeds of Inglis, and Rich- ardson Pioneer of Shoal Lake. Members submit an application outlining their 4-H history and at- tend an interview where they are asked questions about themselves, their communities and their knowledge of the pro- gram. Three members were selected to receive watches, Daisy McKee of the Rapid City 4-H Rodeo Club, Hanna Tolton of the Kenton Kraftsmen 4-H Club, and Rayna Topham of the Minnedosa 4-H for Teens 4-H Club. Congratulations to all of the members for the hard work and years of dedication to their 4-H clubs. We are proud of all that you have accom- plished.

M embers, parents, grandparents and

Leaders gathered in Shoal Lake for the annual South Parkland 4-H Fun and Rec- ognition Day. Workshops and fun activities were organized throughout the afternoon while senior members attended inter- views. Members painted signs, made birdhouses, braided reins, and learned archery or yoga. After the supper, judg- es Ann Mandziuk and Car- olynne Nickel presented awards to the successful senior members. South Parkland 4-H Entrance Bursaries are sponsored by South Parkland Area 4-H Council and were awarded to three members based on a written application outlining 4-H involve- ment and future plans. Marika Dewar-Norosky

4-H involve- ment and future plans. Marika Dewar-Norosky Photo submitted Recipients of the South Parkland 4-H

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Recipients of the South Parkland 4-H Gold Watch Award (L-R): Carolynne Nickel, Daisy McKee, Hanna Tolton, Rayna Topham and Ann Mandzuik.

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1887 – A horse belonging to Reverend A. Smith of

Cadurcis was let out of the stable with a chain hanging around its neck. The horse started to gallop and after go- ing only a short distance stepped on the chain and broke its neck. It died instantly.

1907 – Newdale had the lumber on the ground last

week for plank sidewalks, but when councillors of the municipality gave it thought, they decided not to put it down, but to have more up-to-date cement ones. 600 feet, eight feet wide will be laid.

1917 – A rat of unusual size was caught in a trap in

Minnedosa last week. It weighed five-and-one-half pounds.

1937 – A number of leading citizens have expressed

interest in renewing a brass band in Minnedosa. It has been a number of years since Minnedosa had a band but there are a number of instruments that can be made available.

1957 – Renovations have been completed at the

Minnedosa Post Offi ce. Letter boxes have been all switched around, counters installed and more space made available. New flooring has also been installed.

1967 – Rolling River School Division won first in the

North Central High School Track and Field Meet in Neepawa. The Division’s total of 262 points was 22 better than runner-up Beautiful Plains. In addition to the North Central Shield, RRSD also won the Boy’s Shield.

1977 – Grants to the Minnedosa Ag Society of $1,200

and the Rapid City Ag Society of $900 have been an- nounced by the Provincial Agriculture Minister. The money is to be used for building, repairing or general im- provements of Ag Society facilities.

1987 – The Minnedosa Art Club’s 38 members dis-

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Summer Day Camps

June 2, 2017 The Minnedosa Tribune Summer Day Camps Photo Submitted By TAREN HILDEBRAND I t’s

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By TAREN HILDEBRAND

I t’s hard to believe an- other summer of day camps is almost upon

us! We have lots of new and exciting ideas for the camps this year, and are so excited for them to begin! My name is Taren Hil- debrand and I will be the Day Camp Coordinator for the summer of 2017. I just completed my second year of post-secondary ed- ucation at the University of Manitoba. Last summer was my first time working in Minnedosa and I am so excited to be back for an- other great summer! We have an awesome team of counsellors ready to spend the summer do-

ing a wide variety of ac-

tivities with the kids! The camps are designed to provide a fun and ener- getic atmosphere for kids aged three to 12. We have

a wide range of themed

weeks to ensure that there

is something for everyone!

If you have any ques- tions about the camps, please feel free to call 204- 867-2250 or stop by the Rec Offi ce at 39C Main Street. I can’t wait for anoth- er awesome summer at the day camps!

CADURCIS NEWS

By DOREEN TROTT

W e would like to wel- come Mr. And Mrs.

Reg Clark and family who purchased the prop-

erty previously owned by Maureen and Darwin De-

Backere. With the Clark

girls attending school, it will be two more students on the school bus. All the best to Mau- reen and Darwin in their new home in Brandon.

Belated

congratula-

tions to Don Morgan and Linda Morgan on the January arrival of a first

grandson Lachlin Eros of Brandon.

Congratulations

to

the Minnedosa High School girl’s rugby team. They won tops in their league and are to play in the Provincials in Winni- peg next weekend. Mal- colm and Shirley Rose have taken in some of the games as their grand- daughter Kianna Rose is one of the players. The spring seeding is winding down and now we need some heat to bring things ahead. May has been a very windy

month.

Koreen

Rix

returned

to White Horse last week after spending a holiday with her mother Jean Mc- Tavish. Garnet and Marj Rose of Arden visited on Sun- day with Malcolm and Shirley Rose.

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76th Graduation Ceremony Held For Air Cadets

204-867-3414 76th Graduation Ceremony Held For Air Cadets Photo by Hillary Campbell and were obviously proud

Photo by Hillary Campbell

and were obviously proud of their Senior Cadet. Rapsky noted that, “I am extremely sad that my time in the program is done, I wish I could have gotten more time but sadly we all have to grow up some time.” However, Rapsky added that there is a chance that she will return as an offi- cer in time. She will miss the opportunity to visit with the other cadets dur- ing their Thursday night meetings, and will also miss the weekend events. In the fall, Rapsky will be attending the University of Calgary in the nursing

program, and we wish her all the best! During the ceremo- ny, Legion Branch #138 President Duane Lacoste, as well as representa- tives from the Neepawa and Carberry Legions, were each presented with

a coin that was brought

back from the Cadets’ trip

to Vimy Ridge, earlier this

year. The coin was made specifically for the Vimy 100 event, and the cadets brought the coins back to show their apprecia- tion to each of the legions for all of their support in helping the cadets attend the event.

Warrant Officer First Class Rapsky (L) is presented with a graduation gift.

By HILLARY CAMPBELL

O n Thursday, May 25th, Cadets from

the #9 Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron gathered at the Neepawa Arena for their end of year gradua- tion ceremony. This year marked the 76th Annual Inspection for the cadets. The reviewing of- ficer for the ceremony was Minnedosa’s General Hugh Dyer Legion #138 President Duane Lacoste. The ceremony was full of spectators, friends and family alike, who all came out to see the grad- uating class. After cadets, dignitaries and the Re- viewing Officer entered the arena, the ceremony was officially underway. The first set of awards given out was for the Top Cadets in each level. For Top Level 1, Leading Air Cadet Brielle Piett was awarded, and in Top Level 2, Corporal Meagan Ross- nagel was awarded. For Top Level 3, Flight Cor- poral Dustin Macgregor was awarded, and Ser- geant Thomas Fisher was awarded for Top Level 4. The Top Senior award went to Flight Sergeant Victoria Rose, and the top Overall award went to Sergeant Logan Ham. Beyond these awards, the Legion Medal was awarded to Flight Ser- geant Victoria Rose, and

Medal was awarded to Flight Ser- geant Victoria Rose, and Photo by Hillary Campbell Legion #138

Photo by Hillary Campbell

Legion #138 President Duane Lacoste is presented with a coin from Vimy Ridge 100.

the Lord Strathcona Med- al was awarded to Flight Corporal Liam Murray. There were also some cadets who were accepted into the Summer Training program. Attending this year will be Leading Air Cadet Tamorada, Lead- ing Air Cadet Shoemaker, Leading Air Cadet Fisher, Tyson, Leading Air Ca- det Balagulan, Leading

Air Cadet Alday, Corpo- ral Rossnagel, Corporal Sheper, Flight Corporal Laus and Sergeant Song. Graduating out of the program this year was Warrant Officer First Class Rapsky (Hailey Rap- sky). Through tears, she accepted her awards, as well as a gift from the Ca- det Officers and staff, who were sorry to see her go,

MUNICIPALITY OF HARRISON PARK NOTICE OF VOTERS LIST / PERSONAL SECURITY PROTECTION

Notice is hereby given that a copy of the VOTERS LIST may be revised at either of the Municipal Offices of the Municipality of Harrison Park located at 43 Gateway Street, Onanole, MB or 108 Main Street, Newdale, MB between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m.

At these times an Election Official will be available to update the voters list by:

a) adding the names of voters who are entitled to have their names on the list;

b) deleting the names of persons who are not entitled to have their names on the list; and

c) making such other correction of errors to the list as required.

VOTER ELIGIBILITY:

A person is eligible to have his or her name added to the Voters List if he or she is:

1. a Canadian citizen and at least 18 years of age on election day; and

2. a resident of the local authority for at least six months prior to election day, OR a registered owner of land in the municipality for at least six months prior to election day.

MULTIPLE OWNERS OF THE SAME PROPERTY (3 or more)

A maximum of two NON-RESIDENT property owners, per property are permitted to vote in

a municipal election. In order to be placed on the Voters List each voter must obtain written

consent from a majority of the registered landowners, and file this with the Senior Election

Official (SEO).

Non-Resident consent forms are available upon request and must be filed by June 27, 2017.

NON-RESIDENT VOTERS QUALIFIED IN MORE THAN ONE WARD In accordance with Section 25(2) of The Municipal Councils and School Boards Election Act, any non-resident voter who owns property in more than one ward is responsible to notify the SEO in writing, not later than June 27, 2017 of the ward in which he/she desires to vote. Failing the foregoing, the voter's name will be placed on the list as the SEO may select.

APPLICATION FOR PERSONAL SECURITY PROTECTION:

A voter may apply in writing to the SEO (at the address / fax number below) no later than June 27, 2017 to have his/her name and other personal information omitted or obscured from the

voters list in order to protect the voter's personal security. The application may be submitted

in person, by mail or fax and must include your name, address and include proof of identity.

All changes to the voters list must be completed on or before June 27, 2017.

Dated at Onanole in the Province of Manitoba, on May 31, 2017.

Chad Davies Senior Election Official (SEO) Municipality of Harrison Park Box 190 Onanole, Manitoba R0J 1N0 Phone: 204-848-7614 Fax: 204-848-2082

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The staff, management and Board of Directors of

Erickson Credit Union

management and Board of Directors of Erickson Credit Union would like to invite friends, past &

would like to invite friends, past & present colleagues and members to join us for a come and go celebration to congratulate Valerie Soltys, General Manager on her retirement after a career of almost 45 years with the Erickson Credit Union. Her last day with Erickson will be Friday, June 16, 2017 and our celebration will be held that day from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Erickson Credit Union, 24 Main Street, Erickson.

Please join us for cake & coffee!

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Mavericks Face First Loss

Deadline: Tuesday at 12 noon Mavericks Face First Loss Photo by Darryl Holyk By DARRYL HOLYK

Photo by Darryl Holyk

By DARRYL HOLYK

T he Minnedosa Mav-

ericks

suffered their

fi rst defeat of the season last Friday night on the

home field. In a close, well played game, the Portage Padres defeated the home team 5-4. The Padres stole the Mavericks ten-year consecutive run as Santa Clara League Champions in 2016 and are one of the strongest teams in the league.

Baseball

action

re-

turned to the local Glen- nis Scott Field Wednesday

night as the Mavericks took on the Austin A’s. Score unavailable at presstime Wednesday.

Tonight,

Friday,

June

2nd, the home field will again see action as the Mavericks host the Plumas Pirates. The game is sched- uled to start at 7 p.m. so head out, fill those stands and cheer on our Mav- ericks as they work to re- claim the league title!

Canada 150 Tulips In Bloom

The red and white tulips planted by Communities in Bloom to comemmorate Canada 150 are in full bloom. Pictured are some of the tulips by the courthouse.

bloom. Pictured are some of the tulips by the courthouse. Photo by Hillary Campbell Business Lens

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UNRESERVED RETIREMENT FARM AUCTION FOR DAVID & LINDA LEBOUTILLIER of MINNEDOSA, MB TUESDAY, JUNE 20TH
UNRESERVED RETIREMENT FARM AUCTION FOR
DAVID & LINDA LEBOUTILLIER
of MINNEDOSA, MB TUESDAY, JUNE 20TH 11:00am
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT DAVID LEBOUTILLIER Home: 1-204-867-3586 Cell: 1-204-867-7997 Email: d_leboutillier@yahoo.ca
DIRECTIONS: NW10-15-17W. From Minnedosa, MB: East on #16 hwy to Road 101W. 1.6kms north on
DIRECTIONS: NW10-15-17W.
From Minnedosa, MB:
East on #16 hwy to Road 101W. 1.6kms north on Road 101W to Road 84N. 2kms east on Road 84N to Road 99W. 3.2kms north on Road 99W to Road 86N. 0.4kms east on Road 86N
to sale site on south side
From Neepawa, MB:
West on #16 hwy to Road 99W. 1.6kms north on Road 99W to Road 84N. 1.6kms west on Road 84N to Road 99W. 3.2kms north on Road 99W to Road 86N. 0.4kms east on Road 86N
to sale site on south side
Watch for signs Sale Day.
ORDER OF SALE: 11:00 (misc items, shop tools, small farm related items). 1:00 (Bins, Fans, followed by equipment)
NOTE: Cheques of $50,000 or more must be accompanied by bank letter of credit. For more information on this please call Fraser Auction 204-727-2001

TRACTORS:

•1996 JD 8770 4wd tractor 300hp w/Outback S2 light bar guidance, 4 remote hyd, return line, 20.8R42 duals, axle weight pkg, quad range trans, 4380hrs showing, s/n004528 •1990 JD 4555 2wd tractor 155hp w/Outback S2 light bar guidance system3pt, 3 remote hyd, 1000 pto, 480/80R42 axle duals, quad range trans, 8540hrs showing, s/n003392

HARVEST EQUIPMENT:

•1996 JD 9600 sp combine w/JD 914 pickup, Airfoil Chaffer, hopper ext, fine cut chopper, chaff spreader, long auger, camera in hopper, Harvest Trac monitors,

3115 sep hrs & 4188 eng hrs showing, s/n666694

(This unit was Green Light Inspected in 2016 and never used since inspection) •1995 30’ JD 930 straight cut header w/bat reel, Elmers header transport, header s/n661502, transport

s/n92161

•2003 Premier 2952 sp swather w/25’ MacDon 972 header, pickup reel, 2 spd Hydro, single knife drive, s/

n151218

•10’ poly swath roller •6’ metal swath roller •Labtronics 919 digital moisture tester •MT-PRO portable moisture tester

SEED & TILLAGE:

•2003 40’ JD 1820 air drill w/JD 1910 air cart. 10” spacing, single chute, Patterson liquid fertilizer kit, 3” carbide tip openers, 4” rubber packers, 3 metering rolls, drill s/n700214, cart s/n700338 •1500-gal Green Drop liquid fertilizer caddy w/John Blue ground drive metering pump, 2” Honda fill pump •31’ JD 1600 tillage w/4 bar harrows, 12” spacing •1997 100’ Brandt QF1000 pt sprayer w/1000-gal poly tank, hyd pump, Chem mix tank, disk markers, s/ nNA •1989 61’ Summers harrows •12’ JD deep tillage •Rite-Way RR200 hyd drive rotary stone picker •CM WP02 5.5hp 2” liquid fertilizer transfer pump

TRUCKS:

1994 GMC Top-Kick s/a grain truck w/ 16’ Cancade

B+H, roll tarp, 22.5 rubber, 366 gas eng, 5+2 trans, 52,947kms showing, VIN#1GDL7H1P5RJ520698, SAFETIED •1983 GMC 7000 s/a grain truck w/16’ B+H, roll tarp, 22.5 rubber, 366 gas eng, 5+2 trans, 159,390kms showing, VIN#1GDL7D1B1DV533608 •Ford Ranger ? ton pickup truck

HOPPER BOTTOM BINS:

•(Bin 1) 2700bus Westeel on Westeel hopper w/triple skid pkg •(Bin 2) 40 ton Friesen epoxy coated hopper bottom bin w/ single skid pkg •(Bin 3) 2000bus Westeel on Retro hopper w/dbl skid pkg •(Bin 4) 2000bus Westeel on Westeel hopper w/dbl skid pkg •(Bin 5) 2000bus Westeel flat bottom bin on steel floor

AREATION FANS:

•(2) Gold’N Air 3hp aeration fans •Field King 7hp aeration fan •(2) Aeration Rockets 6’ high 48” diameter •(2) Aeration X-Cross tubes

GRAIN HANDLING:

•1997 Rem 1026A grain vac w/1000pto, s/nRM-97-

1026A-3478

•Moridge 8440 pto drive, 400bus, propane grain dryer w/canola screen, s/n1193 •2007 10’x70’ Brandt pto swing hopper auger •2012 8”x52’ Brandt auger w/Brandt EZ-Move mover system, 30hp Kohler Command Pro engine •1991 8”x62’ Brandt pto auger •7”x41’ Sakundiak auger w/Honda GX389 engine, Wheatheart bin sweep

OTHER EQUIPMENT:

•9’ Leon Front Mount Blade TANKS:

•3000-gal hopper bottom style poly liquid fertilizer tank w/metal stand •1000-gal Westeel fuel tank w/Fil-Rite 115-volt pump (Diesel) •500-gal FAB-TEC fuel tank w/GPI 115-volt pump (Gas) •1650-gal poly tank •1400-gal poly tank •1250-gal poly tank

SHOP ITEMS:

•King Canada 7500-watt generator Model KCG-

7501GE

•Powermate 20-gal air compressor •Karcher 3000 psi pressure washer w/2.5 GPM •JD tool chest •Top and Bottom tool chest •JD tool box •B+D 4 1/2” angle grinder •Mastercraft 6” bench grinder •Mastercraft reciprocating saw •Mastercraft bench vise

•King Canada drill press •Dewalt 1/2” drill •Powermate 1/2” impact •Powermate 3/8” impact •B+D electric 1/2” impact •(2) B+D drills 3/8” •portable air tank •18-volt rechargeable grease gun •pistol grip grease guns •Jack-All jacks •hydraulic bottle jacks •Mr. Heater tiger torch •3/4” & 1/2” metric socket sets •selection of sockets, ratchets, extension 3/8” drive •Schumacher battery charger/booster •Powermate air cut off tool •B+D heat gun •Skilsaw •Mastercraft sander kit •bolt bin and supply of bolts, nuts, washers •Acetylene torch and gauges •Mastercraft flat wrench sets SAE + Metric •Anvil •sledge hammer •pipe wrenches •come along •car ramps •hex key wrenches SAE + Metric •fi lter wrenches •1/2” torque wrench

MISC:

•yard leveler •Banjo valves & couplers •tow straps & tow ropes •crop lifters •Atom Jet openers •JD filters oil + fuel •Bourgault & Morris air seeder shanks •gas cans •24’ extension ladder •step ladder •LCD color monitor •pto adapters •draw pins •pitch forks •(2) Zero Start heat magnets

Not responsible for errors in description. Subject to additions and or deletions. Property owners and Fraser Auction Service not responsible for any accidents. GST & PST where applicable. TERMS: Visa, MasterCard, Debit, Cash or cheque. NOTE: Cheques of $50,000 or more must be accompanied by bank letter of credit. Sale conducted by FRASER AUCTION SERVICE 1-800-483-5856 www.fraserauction.com

FRASER AUCTION SERVICE LTD.

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Auctioneer: Scott Campbell

P: 204-727-2001 F: 204-729-9912 W: www.fraserauction.com E: office@fraserauction.com

Licensed and bonded. P.L. License #918093. Member of M.A.A., S.A.A., A.A.A., A.A.C.

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SANDY LAKE NEWS

By DIANE BACHEWICH

S ympathy is extended to the Kristalovich fam-

ily on the passing of Aeta Kristalovich of Toronto, ON. Aeta was the wife of

the late Sam Kristalovich.

Visiting

with

Lil

Ke-

lunick was her brother Jerry and Nola Kowalick of Edmonton, AB and they

all attended their Brother Morris Kowalick’s funeral

in Winnipeg.

A couple car loads of

ladies from here travelled

to Strathclair to attend the

last season performance at the Bend Theatre on Saturday evening. It was

a very interesting perfor-

mance of Johnny Cash and Elvis by artist Corny

Rempel of Steinback.

Get

well

wishes

to

Kelty Lewandoski who is in the Minnedosa hospi- tal. Kelty is the daughter

of Garrett and Pauline Le- wandoski. The winner of the Le- gion Men’s monthly 50/50

loonie draw for this month was Ernie Malchuk. Sympathy is extended

to Wally and Carol Wozney

and family on the pass-

ing of their dad John N. Wozney at the Minnedosa Hospital.

Olive

Prokopchuk

of

the Sandy Lake Personal Care Home was surprised and honoured when the Ukrainian Catholic Wom- en’s League came by and presented her with a live

orchid as she was chosen

Mother of the Year by the parish.

Francis

Kuzmak

has

her daughter, Mavis Plack, out from Calgary, AB help- ing with the yard work for a couple of weeks. There were quite a few attending the Prasnick, (mass, lunch and ceme- tery) at the little Crawford

Park Church on Thursday. Brian and Kathy Bragg of Edmonton are visiting mom Sadie Rystephanuk and other family members for a few days. Nice to see Brian doing fairly well af- ter all his surgeries.

NEWDALE NEWS

By RAVEN’S GLEN WI

O ur community ex- tends deepest sym-

pathy to Shirley Switzer and her family on the passing of husband, father and grandfather Graham Switzer in Brandon, age 83. Also to their daugh- ter Yvonne Riesmeyer and family of Brandon, son Larry Switzer and fam- ily of Strathclair, daugh- ter Lynda predeceased her Dad and leaves three

daughters. We send our condolences to Graham’s sister Anna Marie and her

well wishes to Shirley Ped- erson’s grandchildren, Darren Pederson and fi-

suffered a broken leg and wrist. He was airlifted to Regina, SK and was to be

success at the recent rural newspaper awards. They provide us all with a valu-

crowd! One local Newdale lady received a personal serenade right in her seat!

family on their loss. A fam- ily graveside service was held in Newdale South Cemetery with a memo- rial luncheon following

ancé Colbi Reynolds, Ni- cole (Pederson) Hopkins and great granddaughter Charlotte, all of Medicine Hat, AB, who where in a

transferred to Medicine Hat hospital as soon as possible. Congratulations to Darren Pederson and Col-

able resource, well done. The Bend Theatre in Strathclair hosted the last season ticket performance and played to a full house

Hilda Davies was the lucky winner of the door prize. Visitors with Barb and Rod Pederson and Shir- ley in town last week were

in

29th. Graham farmed at

Strathclair Hall on May

car accident last week on their way to visit in New-

bi Reynolds who became engaged the week before

when a Johnny Cash / Elvis Presley impersonator took

Barb’s two sisters, Irene Enns of LaSalle, Ruth Voth

Strathclair before he and

dale. Their vehicle rolled

their fateful trip to New-

to

the stage. His rendition

of Rosser and her sister-

Shirley moved to Newdale

several times outside of

dale. We all wish them a

of

the Man in Black’s coun-

in-law, Jan Rempel of

to open an Insurance Of- fice in the old bank build- ing on Main Street. We’d like to send get

Moosimin, SK, but thank- fully everyone suffered only bumps and bruises, except for Darren who

fast recovery and a long and happy married life. Congratulations to this local paper on their

try songs was amazing and Elvis in white jump- suit thrilled the crowd, es- pecially his forays into the

Elm Creek, Barb’s brother John’s wife.

The organizing committee of the Rockin the Fields of Minnedosa Par 3 Golf Tournament would
The organizing committee of the Rockin the Fields of Minnedosa Par 3 Golf
Tournament would like to extend our thanks to all those who made this year’s
event such a huge success. Thanks to the support of the players, the sponsors
and the volunteers, this year’s event realized in excess of $10,000 in support of
on-going improvements and upgrades for Rockin the Fields of Minnedosa and
the Minnedosa Golf and Country Club. Your support is truly appreciated!
Hole in One Sponsors:
Canadian Tire
Wilson’s Wheels
Planet Kia
Minnedosa Insurance
Minnedosa Credit Union
Richardson Pioneer
RBC Royal Bank
Copperwood Construction
Saler’s Backhoe & Trucking
Don Bruce Flooring
Kirk’s Service
Hillside Plumbing & Heating
Dari Isle
Minnedosa Funeral Services
Minnedosa Legion
Platinum Hole Sponsors:
Dauphin Country Fest
Planet Kia
C. Burton Enterprises
Molson
Dekalb Seeds
Minnedosa Credit Union
Four Season’s Virden
Pepsi
Little River Game & Fish
Hillside Plumbing &
Heating
Corner Stone Grill
Rockin the Fields
Smitten & BOB FM
Infometrics
Abell Pest Control
Minnedosa Commercial
Hockey
Canad Inns
D & D Music Factory
Thank you for a great day on the golf course
and for supporting our biggest
and best event yet!
We look forward to
seeing you in 2018!

Getting Rid Of Ants

Dear Reena,

Can the dents in my stainless-steel fridge be re- paired? Vi

Dear Vi,

There is a theory that

if you heat the dents with

a hair dryer or press dry

ice onto the area and then

blast it with cold air, the dents should release and vanish. After researching this theory, I have found

it unsuccessful. The safest

and least noticeable solu-

tion is to leave the dent(s)

as is.

Dear Reena,

Is there a product that I can use to get rid of ants, and is safe for pets and kids? Rita

Dear Rita,

There are several so- lutions for tackling ants. What works for one will not necessarily work for

another since there is such

a large variety of ant spe-

cies; but here are a few ideas that are safe for chil- dren. To begin with, seal

all doors and windows. Next, many ants will stay

away if they smell what they consider an unpleas- ant odor such as: cinna-

mon, garlic, tea leaves or coff ee grounds. You can also sprinkle ant hills with dry oatmeal, cornmeal or

Cornfl ake cereal. Another

option is to make what I like to call ‘Rhubarb Tea’. In

a stainless-steel pot, boil

rhubarb leaves with wa- ter. Pour the cooled liquid onto ant hills. This helps

get rid of ants and because of the oxalic acid in rhu- barb, the pots will appear

sparkly and clean! Another suggestion: Ants are terri-

torial, so pile the dirt from one ant hill onto the dirt of another ant hill. Or push

a metal pipe into ant hills

and pour hot water and tea tree oil into the pipe.

Dear Reena,

Your

suggestion

re-

garding homemade air fresheners was so disap- pointing. You didn’t once

suggest that a good airing of your home will help with freshening the air and reducing odors. The industry has con- vinced us that clean fresh

air is not a desired odor so we have to mask it with cinnamon, lemon, fresh linen, tropical fruits and all kinds of odors. I, am someone who must de- tour around the fragrance counters in large stores, use “fragrance free” laun- dry soaps and softeners

and can literally start gag- ging and coughing when I come into a space that has recently been “freshened”. It isn’t necessary.

Keep

your

garbage,

composting, bathroom and all other waste bins closed and emptied fre- quently, and open your windows every day (and doors where feasible),

for 15 minutes so air can pass through and freshen naturally. My mother used to do this even in winter, though only for a few min- utes when it was cold and when few others were at home. Modern homes es- pecially, are super sealed and air gets trapped and “over used”, masking it with another odor doesn’t help, only fresh air can re- ally freshen your home. Elaine

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Is Your Kitchen Functional And Inspiring?

having them stacked on

top of each other in a cup- board. Most pot racks also provide ample storage for lids on the surface above the hanging equipment. The other obvious added bonus of a pot rack is the sudden creation of extra cupboard space.

having some kitchen art or

framed posters that reflect the cuisine(s) you are in- terested in and/or the new theme to your kitchen. This can also be taken to the extreme, if your budget allows, by refinishing the cupboards, buying new appliances, and adding

a new coat of paint. This amount of work however,

is not mandatory for you

to feel like your kitchen has become more of a spe- cial place. Sometimes all it takes is a little extra light- ing to create a more open

and inviting space. Easy to install under-cupboard, wireless lights can now be found at very reasonable prices. Now that we have your kitchen in a more work- able, inviting state, it’s time to get you inspired to do some cooking. The sim- plest of all culinary reso- lutions however is to blow some dust off your cook- books and start making some new dishes. Whether

it is of small or large pro-

portions, we all have col- lections of cookbooks with many of them going unused. Make it a goal in your home to open up a cookbook once or twice a week, and try a new recipe. Happy Cooking!

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E veryday we use our kitchen to prepare

meals so it only makes sense that this area of your home should be functional and appealing if we expect it to be successful. Is the environment welcoming? Do you enjoy the atmo- sphere of your kitchen? Let’s start by making some simple changes that do not have to be overly expensive. I encounter many situations with peo- ple wanting to improve areas of the culinary arts within their home kitch- ens and lifestyles, and the first and most easy step is removing clutter. A clut- tered work area is not in- spiring. You need room to not only feel comfortable but also to provide yourself with adequate work space. It is nice to have objects in your kitchen that are of decorative value but make sure that these things are not taking over your kitch- en. Keep them to a limit; enough to define you and your style, but not so many that this is all you see. The next step is func- tionality. Keep one area cleared that will always be used for a cutting board. Th is space should have easy accessibility to your knives and perhaps your sink and/or stovetop. Knives are best kept in a knife block where they can

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be simply removed and returned every time you use them. If your counter space does not allow the room for a knife block in this preparation area you have chosen, then consid- er purchasing a magnetic knife strip that mounts on the wall. Another solution would be a knife holder that slides into a nearby drawer. The main thing to keep in mind is that knives should not be stored loose

in a drawer. This is not only

dangerous but also detri- mental to extending the life of the sharpness of the blades.

The next area to fo- cus on is the accessibility of other kitchen utensils and equipment. A canis- ter with an assortment of wooden spoons, spatu- las, and other tools works great. You don’t need to have every utensil you own

in there, just the ones that

you use the most. Where

your pots and pans are

stored is just as important. If you have the money and space, consider buying

a hanging pot rack. This

will not only make them more easily accessible but also provide protection to non-stick surfaces by not

Other

areas

to

con-

sider for ease of use would be the accessibility of your spices and pantry. You may even want to revamp the state of your pantry and the food supply in your kitchen. Perhaps you have always wanted to have a pantry that is more focused on your favourite cuisines. For example, someone who loves Italian and Greek cuisine would stock their pantry with varying types of olives, capers, to- matoes, grape leaves, olive oils, balsamic vinegars, etc. The refrigerator and freez- er can also be coordinated to contain the perishables

of the same cuisine. Mo- tivation to focus more on cooking certain cuisines in your household will start with having the ingredi-

ents at your fingertips. One can even take this to the extreme in organization by creating labels and segre- gating areas in your pantry for diff erent food group- ings.

Organizing

or

redec-

orating a space in your

home will always entice you to spend more time in that area. You may want to even complete your kitchen transformation by

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48 Mains St. N • Box 1500 • Minnedosa, MB • R0J 1E0 TEMPORARY SUSPENSION OF

TEMPORARY SUSPENSION OF EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT SERVICES

MINNEDOSA& AREA RESIDENTS

Due to physician resource shortages, there will be

NO Emergency DepartmentServices at

Minnedosa Health Centre

On:

Friday,June 9 th at 8:00am Until Saturday,June 10 th at 8:00pm

During the suspension of services, individualsrequiring emergency room services are encouraged to call the Minnedosa Health Centre at (204)867-2701 to determine the nearest open emergency department.

For any EMERGENT situations -call 911 .

The Prairie Mountain Health EMS (ambulance) service will continue to provide emergency response for the community of Minnedosaand surrounding areas. All residents making 911 calls are transported to the nearest open emergency department.

Individuals requiring health advice are encouraged to call Health Links/Info Santé at 1-888-315-9257.

Health Links / Info Santé provides 24 hour, 7 days a week, telephone information service by Registered Nurses with the knowledge to provide answers over the phone and guide you to the care you need.

For the most current Suspension Notices, visit the PMH website at www.prairiemountainhealth.ca (Public Alerts).

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FOR SALE
FOR SALE

Yamaha Golf Cart with windshield and sun roof. Good Condition. Call Fred at 204-867-2560. (11-2) x

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

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Stock, cancelled, mis- measured and custom kitch- ens in Oak, Maple, MDF, Cher- ry Alder, Walnut, Melamine, Painted, Lacquered, Stained, Glazed custom finishes. We do them all!! Fehr’s Cabinet Warehouse 1-800-758-6924

FOR SALE
FOR SALE

` Parts & full trailer repair,

trailer safeties and Autopac Trailer Repair. Sales, Leasing

and Financing of flat-deck, dumpbox, cargo, gooseneck and utility trailers and truck beds. Kaldeck Truck & Trail- er, Hwy #1 MacGregor, MB.

1-888-685-3127.

Have something to sell? Let The Tribune’s readers know. Ads starting at $9.00 plus tax. Call 204-867-3816 or email class@minnedosatri- bune.com.

ANNUAL TRUCKLOAD MATTRESS SALE! Ends Fa- ther’s Day, Sunday, June 18th! WE HAVE STOCK! $389 pil- low top mattress set double or queen size. Twin mattress starting at $149. See our 8 inch twin memory foam mattress $299 with removable cover. $459 RV queen mattress (860 pocket coil pillow top). $599 Beautyrest queen set. $1,499 queen adjustable bed, head and foot, wireless remote with queen Beautyrest mat- tress. King adjustable set and mattress $1,899. WE HAVE STOCK EVEN IN ADJUST- ABLE BEDS! Limited number of floor model specials still available. See staff or contact KDL for more information. Mon-Fri 9-8, Sat 9-6 and Sun 11-5. Call KDL Furniture at 204-571-1971. 660 Highland Ave., South side of #1 Hwy., Brandon.

FOR SALE – Cabin and Lot, 39 – 2nd Street South – Old Campground, Clear Lake. New Windows, doors and shingles. Two bedrooms, fully furnished. 14x24 with side and back deck. Asking $73,500. Phone 204-582-2407.

FOR RENT
FOR RENT

For rent or sale: 2 bed- room cabin located in Minne- dosa. Fully furnished with new washroom and 5 minute walk to the beach. Available immediately. $75 per day or $395 per week. Contact Barry at 204-871-2224 Portage la Prairie. (9-tfn)

AUCTIONS
AUCTIONS
COMING EVENTS
COMING EVENTS
UNRESERVED ONLINE AUCTION BOB’S BACKHOE SERVICES RETIREMENT DISPERSAL, CONQUEST, SK: Bids Close June 22.
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IMPRESSIVE SELECTION
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Meyers Auctions 10am Sunday June 11 Arden, MB IHC W6 Tractor* JD 140 Riding Mower*
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Boats * Snow Blowers *
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Bradley Meyers
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FARM LAND FOR SALE
FARM LAND
FOR SALE

466 acres located north of Austin, MB. Seeded to corn and soybeans. 2 x 8,000 bu of grain storage on site. Buy it with the crop or after har- vest. Contact Stacey Hiebert at 204-371-5930 Canadian Farm Realty. Royal LePage Riverbend.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
Canadian Farm Realty. Royal LePage Riverbend. HAPPY BIRTHDAY Cheers to 65 years! Happy Birthday Don. DO

Cheers to 65 years! Happy Birthday Don.

DO YOU HAVE a dish that you know is a winner? Why not serve it on a platter at the Canadian Food Cham- pionships? Apply to compete today at canadianfoodcham- pionships.ca.

Junior Golf Tournament sponsored by the Minnedosa UCT. Friday, June 9th, 4:15 p.m. tee off. Ages 8 – 11 and 12 – 15 at the Minnedosa Golf and Country Club. $15.00 Registration Fee. Prizes and Supper supplied. Call or text Rhonda at 204-868-0944 to pre register or email rhonda- prettie@live.ca. Must pre reg- ister by Monday, June 5th.

Expressive Dance with Crystal dance classes start- ing in the fall Registration nights: Wednesday, June 7th, 2017 and Friday, June 9th, 2017. 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Crystal’s Dance Studio in Minnedosa. EDWC Dance Studio located at 102-3rd Ave. N.W. 2 blocks west of Blazer’s in Minnedosa. For more in- formation please call Crystal; home 204-867-3561 or studio 204-867-2446. (12-2) x

Family Fun Carnival Saturday, June 10th at MCI field 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Bouncy castles, face painting, dunk tank, canteen and more. Most events are $2 or by donation. Brought to you by the MCI CHANGE committee and students of MCI. All funds do- nated to Turner family benefit fund. (12-2)

MOBILE HOMES
MOBILE HOMES

2 ONLY 16 x 80, 3 Bed, 2 Bath. Starting at $89,900. Altona Mobile Homes, 1-800- 582-4036, 1-204-324-6776 Email amhl@mymts.net.

CARD OF THANKS
CARD OF THANKS

Thank you to all friends, relatives and neighbours for your kindness and generosity in our sad loss of Debbie. Your meals, baking, flowers, cards

x and messages were much ap- preciated. Thank you. Gladys and family.

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
BIRTH
ANNOUNCEMENT
Thank you. Gladys and family. BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT JOHNSON NIKOLAUS RYLAND 7 lb. 4 oz. and 19

JOHNSON NIKOLAUS RYLAND 7 lb. 4 oz. and 19 ¼ inches long

arrived on May 15th, 2017 to proud parents Tyler and Danielle Johnson. Grandparents are Karen and Ingvar Johnson and Donna and Bob Lafond.

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HEALTH
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OBITUARY
OBITUARY

Betty Smith of Minnedo- sa, MB passed away on May 23rd, 2017 at her residence

at the age of 72 years. A pub- lic graveside service was held at the Minnedosa Cemetery, Minnedosa, MB with a light lunch following at the Minne- dosa Legion Club Room. Donations may be made to your local Humane Society. Minnedosa Funeral Service, Minnedosa, Manitoba in care of arrangements (204) 867-

3868.

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HELP WANTED
HELP WANTED
WEST REGION CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES INC. invites applications for (2) CHILD & FAMILY SERVICESWORKERS

WEST REGION CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES INC. invites applications for

(2) CHILD & FAMILY SERVICESWORKERS Waywayseecappo First Nation

WRCFS is a mandated First Nations child and family services Agency responsible to provide a full range of services, including statutory services, voluntary services and prevention services to the children and families of its nine First Nations, residing on and off reserve. The purpose of the programs of WRCFS is to sustain, support, and enhance family and community life.

Reporting to the Community Based Team Supervisor, the worker will be responsible to work as part of a team in delivering a full range of child and family services utilizing a community based model of service delivery, with emphasis on prevention and resource services as a frontline approach.

DUTIES INCLUDE:

• Provision of a full range of statutory child welfare services

• Provision of individual and family counseling

• Establishment of good working relationships with other community services and resources

• Facilitating treatment and support groups at the community level

QUALIFICATIONS:

• BSW with at least two years related experience preferably in First Nations Child & Family Services. An equivalent combination of training and experience will be considered.

• Must have a commitment to First Nations Child & Family Services, community based planning, and service delivery.

• Knowledge of and appreciation for Ojibway culture and aspirations are essential.

• The ability to speak Ojibway will be considered a definite asset.

• Must have demonstrated ability to work as part of a team and within a multi-disciplinary approach.

• Must have computer training and/or knowledge of Microsoft Office

The successful applicant must provideWRCFS with a current Criminal Record Check that includes aVulnerable Sector Search, Child Abuse Registry Check, Prior contact check and Driver’s Abstract prior to the commencement of employment. Travel is required. A valid driver’s license and access to means of reliable transportation for work is a condition of employment. Must be willing to relocate to the West Region Tribal area.

SALARY: Commensurate with experience and training and according to Provincial pay scale.

Please submit resumes to:

Ina Tanner, BISW, MSW, RSW Community Based Team Supervisor West Region Child & Family Services, Inc. Box 280 ERICKSON, Manitoba R0J 0P0 Fax: (204) 636-6158

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS: Thursday June 8, 2017

We thank all who apply, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

HELP WANTED Full time insurance broker position available Must be willing to work rotating Saturdays
HELP WANTED
Full time insurance broker position available
Must be willing to work rotating Saturdays
Training provided to obtain insurance license
Key responsibilities:
• Selling Autopac, travel insurance, some book-keeping
• Basic office clerical duties
Qualifications:
• Able to provide excellent customer service
• Strong problem solving abilities
• Cross selling insurance products
• Familiarity with MS Word, Excel an asset
Please email resume to
lmcnabb@minnedosainsurance.com
or fax to 204-867-3781 before June 30, 2017
Newdale Senior Citizens Home Inc. Invites applica- tions for the part time position of Janitorial/Maintenance
Newdale Senior Citizens Home Inc.
Invites applica-
tions for the part time position of Janitorial/Maintenance
for Harrison House in Newdale (4-5 hours weekly). Dut-
ies include: the responsibility for janitorial services to the
public area ensuring cleanliness and general upkeep of the
building. Duties to commence June 26th, 2017. Submit ap-
plications including expected wage and references in care
of: Newdale Senior Citizens Home Inc., Box 219, Newdale,
MB R0J 1J0 by June 15th, 2017. For further information,
contact Cindy Dalke at 204-849-2083.
WEST REGION CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES INC. invites applications for a Urban Services CFS Worker

WEST REGION CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES INC. invites applications for a

Urban Services CFS Worker (1 year term) Winnipeg , MB

WRCFS is a mandated First Nations Child and Family Services Agency responsible to provide a full range of services, including statutory services, voluntary services and prevention services to the children and families of its nine First Nations, residing on and off reserve. The purpose of the programs of WRCFS is to sustain, support, and enhance family and community life.The agency’s mission is to work with our First Nations people to protect Aboriginal children, in keeping with our core values.

Reporting to the Urban Services CFS Supervisor, the worker will be responsible to work as part of a team in delivering a full range of child and family services with emphasis on prevention and resource services as a frontline approach. Duties will include; the provision of a full range of statutory child welfare services that involves child protection; court work; case management; intake; on-call; advocacy; special needs, age of majority and the application of the Structured Decision Making Assessment tools when working with families.

QUALIFICATIONS:

• BSW degree with two (2) years of child welfare experience, preferably in First Nations child and family services. An equivalent combination of training and experience may be considered.

• Must have working knowledge of the CFS Act and a commitment to First Nations child and family services, community based planning and service delivery.

• Knowledge of and appreciation for Ojibway culture and aspirations are essential.

• The ability to speak Ojibway will be considered a definite asset.

• Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing

• Must have demonstrated ability to work as part of a team and within a multi-disciplinary approach.

• Must have good organizational skills

• Must be able to respond to completing deadlines in a fast paced work environment

• Must have computer training and/or knowledge of Microsoft Office

• Have familiarity with the Structured Decision Making Assessment tools, Intake & CFSIS.

SALARY: Commensurate with experience and training and according to Provincial pay scale.

WRCFS offers a supportive, progressive and innovative work environment, competitive salaries, a great benefits package, and training opportunities. The successful applicant must provide WRCFS with a current Criminal Record check that includes a Vulnerable Sector Search, Child Abuse Registry check, Prior Contact check and Driver’s Abstract prior to commencement of employment. Travel is required. A valid driver’s license and access to means of reliable transportation for work is a condition of employment.Please submit your resumes with a covering letter to:

Verna McIvor, MSW, RSW Director of Urban Services West Region Child and Family Services, Inc. 255 Sherbrook St. Winnipeg, MB. R3C 2B8 Fax: (204) 985-4079

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS Thursday, June 8th, 2017

We thank you for your interest in WRCFS; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Part-Time Office Administrative Assistant required for Tanner’s Crossing Planning District

This position is part-time only and will assist the Development Officer in the management of the Tanner’s Crossing Planning District office. The ideal candidate will: provide excellent customer service in person and on the phone; multitask; have strong organizational skills, effective written and oral communication skills; be proficient in MS Office, especially Excel and Word; and be familiar with payroll, basic bookkeeping and financial statements.

The full list of duties and responsibilities is available from Tanner’s Crossing Planning District.

Please submit cover letter and resume to Tanner’s Crossing Planning District at tcpd@mymts.net or by mail to Box 1072, Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0, on or before 1:00 p.m. Thursday, June 16, 2017. Ph. 204.867.2364.

Rolling River School Division Mechanic (Licensed Trade) School Buses and Fleet Vehicles Full Time -

Rolling River School Division

Mechanic (Licensed Trade) School Buses and Fleet Vehicles Full Time - Permanent 12 months per year

The school division has a central garage / shop in Minnedosa, MB with 2.5 FTE Mechanics who maintain a fleet of 55 school buses and 15 fleet vehicles.

For more details and application information, please visit our website at www.rrsd.mb.ca select Employment then Support Staff Positions.

Thank you to all applicants for their interest in Rolling River School Division. Only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.

Cleaning Help Wanted. Apply at Idyl Wylde cabins at Clear Lake or Call 204-848- 2383. (12-2) x

Services to Seniors in- vites applications from those interested in becoming a Service Provider. Some of the duties the Providers as- sist seniors with are house- keeping, laundry, yard work, shopping, accompanying to appointments, etc. A Vulner- able Sector Check is required. For information stop by 31 Main Street South or call 204- 867-5190. (12-2) x

IN MEMORIAM
IN MEMORIAM

In Loving Memory of SYLVIA THELMA HOUGHTON May 17th, 1944 – June 2nd, 2016

A year has passed Since you were called away Your life gave us memories too beautiful to forget. We miss you more than words can say Loved and remembered every day.

Your sisters, Linda and Janice

x

In Loving Memory of LAWRENCE POLLICHUK June 8th, 2016

The rolling stream of life goes on; But still the empty chair, reminds us of the love, the voice, the smiles; of one who once sat there; we who loved you, sadly miss you. As dawns another year.

Cecilia, Rob and Judy, Sheldon and Tammy, Nathan, Ty and Brody

x

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
EMPLOYMENT
OPPORTUNITY

MEDICAL TRANSCRIP- TION! In-demand career! Em- ployers have work-at-home positions available. Get on- line training you need from an employer-trusted program. Visit: CareerStep.ca/MT or 1-855-768-3362 to start train- ing for your work-at-home ca- reer today!

Dream job. Live in care- giver/housekeeper in Win- nipeg and Florida! Needs a driver’s licence and be able to travel. (204) 997-4629

in care- giver/housekeeper in Win- nipeg and Florida! Needs a driver’s licence and be able to

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NEW PRICE
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MINNEDOSA MINNEDOSA MLS#1630031 $239,900 $229,900
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MINNEDOSA
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$229,900
NEW PRICE
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MLS#1630031 $239,900 $229,900 MLS#1713668 $229,900 NEW PRICE NEW LISTING
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ACCOUNTING
ACCOUNTING
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Open 8:30 -6:00 110A 116 Main Street Minnedosa 204 867-5550
Open
8:30 -6:00
110A
116 Main Street
Minnedosa
204 867-5550

BDO Canada, LLP

Chartered Accountants and Advisors

Farm, Business & Individual Professional Services:

~ Tax

~ Accounting

~ Farm Programs

Sarah Campbell, CGA

39 Main Street South Minnedosa 867-2957

Campbell, CGA 39 Main Street South Minnedosa 867-2957 ACCOUNTING CONSTRUCTION Catharine M Gijsbers Chartered
ACCOUNTING
ACCOUNTING
CONSTRUCTION
CONSTRUCTION

Catharine M Gijsbers

Chartered Professional Accountant Inc.

Minnedosa

213

2 nd St NE

- Box 385

T: 867-3884

C: 867-0190

Email: Catharine@mts.net

AUTO
AUTO
● AC
● AC

M & M AUTO BODY

All Auto Body Repairs

Ph: 867-2083

5 Main St. North

CONSTRUCTION
CONSTRUCTION
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BACKHOE & TRUCKING PRAIRIE REDI-MIX Minnedosa -

BACKHOE & TRUCKING PRAIRIE REDI-MIX Minnedosa -

BACKHOE & TRUCKING
BACKHOE & TRUCKING

PRAIRIE REDI-MIX

Minnedosa - 867-3853 R eady Mix Conc rete

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

All at Competitive prices

R eady Mix Conc rete Concrete forms, Rebar, Wire Mesh, Weeping Tile, Concrete Sealer, Snap Tie

● Roofing ● Decks ● Fencing ● Exterior ● Finishing ● Renovations ● Repairs
● Roofing ● Decks
● Fencing ● Exterior ● Finishing
● Renovations ● Repairs
littlevalleyconstruction@live.ca
204-868-5980 or 204-867-5544
SEMI WITH LOW BED & END
DUMP
PAINTING
PAINTING
or 204-867-5544 SEMI WITH LOW BED & END DUMP PAINTING $5.52/week Book this spot Call 204-867
or 204-867-5544 SEMI WITH LOW BED & END DUMP PAINTING $5.52/week Book this spot Call 204-867

$5.52/week

Book this spot

Call 204-867 3816

CONSTRUCTION
CONSTRUCTION
• 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
Kirk 867-0180

BIRBIRCHCH

CONSTRUCTION

LTD.

GENERAL

CONTRACTORS

Commercial

Residential

867-0400

0r

867-7506

Parish Backhoe Services ● Septic Systems ● Weeping tiles ● Water Systems ● Basements ●

Parish Backhoe Services

Septic Systems Weeping tiles Water Systems Basements All types of excavationCertified in waste water management

Call: Ian 874-2134 or 867-0383

● Basements ● All types of excavation ● Certified in waste water management Call: Ian 874-2134
INSURANCE
INSURANCE
MINNEDOSA INSURANCE SERVICES Drivers Licenses, Autopac General Insurance Bruce McNabb – broker 867-3946
MINNEDOSA
INSURANCE SERVICES
Drivers Licenses, Autopac
General Insurance
Bruce McNabb – broker
867-3946
ELECTRICAL
ELECTRICAL

C. BURTON Enterprises Ltd.

Refridgeration Air Conditioning, Heating & Electrical

30 Years

Ex perience!!

Bus : 867-3950 Fa x: 867-2340

Refridgeration Air Conditioning, Heating & Electrical 30 Years E x perience!! Bus : 867-3950 Fa x:

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The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, June 2, 2017 15 ELECTRICAL FINANCE GRAIN HAULING Brian Horner Grain &
ELECTRICAL
ELECTRICAL
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, June 2, 2017 15 ELECTRICAL FINANCE GRAIN HAULING Brian Horner Grain &

The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, June 2, 2017 15 ELECTRICAL FINANCE GRAIN HAULING Brian Horner Grain &
FINANCE
FINANCE
Tribune Friday, June 2, 2017 15 ELECTRICAL FINANCE GRAIN HAULING Brian Horner Grain & Fertilizer Hauling
GRAIN HAULING
GRAIN
HAULING
Brian Horner Grain & Fertilizer Hauling 204-867-7182
Brian Horner
Grain & Fertilizer
Hauling
204-867-7182
EAVESTROUGH
EAVESTROUGH
5” AND 6” continuous eavestrough Siding Roofing Soffit Fascia Closed cell Polyurethane Spray foam Blow
5” AND 6” continuous
eavestrough
Siding
Roofing
Soffit
Fascia
Closed cell Polyurethane Spray foam
Blow in Attic & Wall Fibre Insulation
Fire Retardent Coating
Email:
mcreal@live.ca

CUSTOM EXTERIORS

 

 

504 Grandview Street Brandon, MB R7A 7L2 Ph: 204-727-1639 Fax: 204-728-5067 Cell: 204-729-6896 JOHN FEHR johnrfehr@gmail.com

FERTILIZER
FERTILIZER
Custom Fertilizer Floating Call today to book your spring fl oating needs! Darvin - 204-868-5869
Custom
Fertilizer
Floating
Call today to book your
spring fl oating needs!
Darvin - 204-868-5869
Robert - 204-867-7113
(48-4)
LEGAL
LEGAL
Alexander Jackson Law Office B-116 Main St S 110B Main St. S. Minnedosa, MB 8
Alexander
Jackson
Law Office
B-116 Main St S
110B Main St. S.
Minnedosa, MB
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Burgess Law Office

51 Main Street S Minnedosa

867-2935

burglaw@mts.net

LEGAL
LEGAL

SIMS & COMPA N Y

L a w

O ffi c e

Norman H. Sims, Q.C.

76 Main Street South MINNEDOSA 867-2717

PLUMBING
PLUMBING

WAHOSKI

MECHANICAL LTD. PLUMBING HEATING GAS FITTING AIR CONDITIONING

204-867-3121

or

204-476-5185

HILLSIDE

Plumbing & Heating

Ty Burton

204-868-5358

Plumbing & Heating • Construction • MAIN OFFICE 204-867-5458 copperwoodenterprise@gmail.com PLUMBING &
Plumbing & Heating
Construction
MAIN OFFICE
204-867-5458
copperwoodenterprise@gmail.com
PLUMBING & HEATING
Russ Huyghe
204-868-6376
CONSTRUCTION
Cody Huyghe
204-210-0502
OFFICE MANAGER
Matt Saler
204-868-6886
GGORDORD KKEELLLLYY Plumbing & Heating Gas Fitting ph: 867-2084 cell: 867-0346 REAL ESTATE
GGORDORD KKEELLLLYY
Plumbing & Heating
Gas Fitting
ph: 867-2084
cell: 867-0346
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
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

SELF-HELP
SELF-HELP
A.D.A.M. Anxiety Disorders Association of Manitoba Support Group Meetings are held at Neepawa Library 3rd
A.D.A.M.
Anxiety Disorders
Association
of Manitoba
Support Group
Meetings are held at
Neepawa Library 3rd Tuesday of
the month 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
For more info call:
Debbie Fisch
(204) 725-8550

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

Mtg. Times: 8:00 pm Tuesdays

Drug Problem? Narcotics Anonymous can help Meetings every Tuesday & Saturday at 7 p.m. at
Drug Problem?
Narcotics
Anonymous can help
Meetings every
Tuesday &
Saturday at 7 p.m.
at Calvary Temple,
221 Hamilton Street,
Neepawa, MB
SEPTIC Potable water delivery. Book your portable toilets. Erle Jury & Family 867-2416 Cell: 867-7558
SEPTIC
Potable water
delivery.
Book your portable
toilets.
Erle Jury & Family
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.
Phone (204) 857-6100 Fax (204) 857-8389 cpcancerservices@shaw.ca www.centralplainscancercare.com

Phone (204) 857-6100 Fax (204) 857-8389

cpcancerservices@shaw.ca

www.centralplainscancercare.com

Minnedosa and area

No Job is too small!!!

204-868-5674

MLA
MLA
204.759.3313 Toll Free 844.877.7767 gregnesbittmla@mymts.net #7 515 4th Avenue Burlington Place, Shoal Lake, MB
204.759.3313
Toll Free 844.877.7767
gregnesbittmla@mymts.net
#7 515 4th Avenue
Burlington Place, Shoal Lake, MB
SERVICES
SERVICES
• Aerating • Power Raking • Yard Clean Up • Lawn Mowing & Trimming •

• Aerating

• Power Raking

• Yard Clean Up

• Lawn Mowing & Trimming

• Hedge Trimming

• Small Branch Trimming

• Licensed Arborist Service

Cory Johnston Minnedosa

(204) 476-4705

www.johnstonyardcare.com

Prairie Mountain HVAC/R Heating Ventilation/Air quality Air Conditioning Refrigeration Kitchen Equipment Commercial
Prairie Mountain HVAC/R
Heating
Ventilation/Air quality
Air Conditioning
Refrigeration
Kitchen Equipment
Commercial Gas Fitter
Commercial & Residential
service specialist
Kent Brown
1-204-867-7346

LEONA’S

Studio Of Image

204-867-2287

67 Main St.

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
TRADING
TRADING

FRONTIER TRADING STORE

867-5551

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

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Minnedosa Credit Union Community Owned, Community Minded

Main Line

Brad Ross - General Manager 204-867-6366 Carol Taylor - Member Service Manager 204-867-6368 Terry McLenehan - Manager of Lending 204-867-6363 Susan Glasgow - Finance Manager 204-867-6353 Debbie Strelczik - Ag/Comm. Acct. Manager 204-867-6360 Dan Quesnel - Loans Officer 204-867-6359 Sylvia Firby - Loans Officer 204-867-6361 Candice Brown - Loans Officer 204-867-6362

204-867-6350

Alayna McTavish - Loans Clerk 204-867-6354 Kim Robinson - Loans Officer 204-867-6352 Tera Popien - Member Service Officer 204-867-6367 Joanne Clarke - Financial Administrator 204-867-6364

Gaylene Johnson - Member Service Supervisor204-867-6357 Nicole Loewen - Loans Clerk 204-867-6369

Fax

204-867-6391

Email info @minnedosacu.mb.ca

Hours of Business

Monday to Friday - 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Saturday - 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

MINNEDOSA CREDIT UNION MIXED GOLF TOURNAMENT JUNE 17th, 2017 AT THE MINNEDOSA GOLF COURSE SHOT

MINNEDOSA CREDIT UNION MIXED GOLF TOURNAMENT JUNE 17th, 2017 AT THE MINNEDOSA GOLF COURSE SHOT GUN START AT 1:30 P.M. FORMAT 6-6-6 CALL THE PRO SHOP TO REGISTER

(204)867-3151

WINNERS OF THE CAMP WANNAKUMBAC DRAW WAS ALI MUMMERY AND CEARAN SCOTT

MINNEDOSA CREDIT UNION

PATRONAGE REFUND DAY

AND CEARAN SCOTT MINNEDOSA CREDIT UNION PATRONAGE REFUND DAY JUNE 7, 2017 JOIN US FOR A

JUNE 7, 2017

JOIN US FOR A CELEBRATION LUNCH

AT THE MINNEDOSA UNITED CHURCH

11:30 A.M. – 1:30 P.M.

MINNEDOSA CREDIT UNION HAS A TENT TO USE FREE OF CHARGE AVAILABLE TO ALL MINNEDOSA
MINNEDOSA CREDIT UNION HAS A TENT TO USE
FREE OF CHARGE
AVAILABLE TO ALL MINNEDOSA
ORGANIZATIONS TO USE AT THEIR FUNCTIONS!!!!
DEPOSIT GUARANTEE
ALL CREDIT UNION DEPOSITS ARE FULLY
GUARANTEED, WITHOUT LIMIT, BY THE
CREDIT UNION DEPOSIT GUARANTEE
CORPORATION

MINNEDOSA CREDIT UNION WOULD LIKE TO CONGRATULATE THE CLASS OF 2017!!!!! GOOD LUCK IN YOUR FUTURE ENDEAVORS

THE MINNEDOSA CREDIT UNION WOULD LIKE TO CONGRATULATE OUR YOUTH BOARD GRADUATES:

PAIGE CROOKS AMY KRESHEWSKI MICHAEL KRESHEWSKI RYAN MCLENEHAN HAILEY RAPSKY LINNAE TOPHAM LEVI GREGORASH

RYAN MCLENEHAN HAILEY RAPSKY LINNAE TOPHAM LEVI GREGORASH WE WOULD ALSO LIKE TO WELCOME OUR NEW

WE WOULD ALSO LIKE TO WELCOME OUR NEW YOUTH BOARD MEMBERS JORDYN FIRBY ABBY OLSON RAYNA TOPHAM KATIE BROWN

MINNEDOSA CREDIT UNION WILL BE INSTALLING A NEW ATM ON JUNE 13TH AND JUNE 14TH, 2017 WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE CASUSED TO OUR MEMBERS!!!!!

JOIN US AT THE MINNEDOSA CREDIT UNION FOR A BARBECUED HOTDOG LUNCH WITH ALL PROCEEDS GOING TO A LOCAL CHARITY OR ORGANIZATION.

CANADA DAY CELEBRATIONS AT THE MINNEDOSA BEACH JULY 1ST, 2017 STARTING AT 1:00 P.M. AND ENDING WITH FIREWORKS AT DUSK FUN FOR ALL AGES

THE MINNEDOSA CREDIT UNION WILL BE CLOSED JULY 1ST, 2017 AND JULY 3RD, 2017 FOR OUR STAFF TO ENJOY A LONG WEEKEND!!!!

AGES THE MINNEDOSA CREDIT UNION WILL BE CLOSED JULY 1ST, 2017 AND JULY 3RD, 2017 FOR