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Volume 136 Issue 15 Friday, June 22, 2018 90 cents plus tax

INSIDE Nationals Roar At McNabb MX

this week


Photos by Darryl Holyk

By DARRYL HOLYK ceremonies at the start Benoit of Bon Conseil, QC

line which included the taking first with 60 points.

A n estimated 2,000
motocross competi-
tors, spectators, crew, of-
playing of both the Star
Spangled Banner and O
Canada. Then, as engines
In the Ladies Division
there were 16 entries with
first place going to Kenne-
ficials and sponsors from revved, the races were off dy Lutz of Yorkton, SK with

TCS Plane across North America con-

verged on McNabb Valley
in a roar making their way
through numerous laps
60 points.
Over the last few years,

Motocross, north west of of the race course in front McNabb Valley Motocross
Minnedosa over the Fa- of a large crowd of spec- has played host to numer-
ther’s Day weekend as the tators who lined the race ous regional and provin-
Completed local venue hosted its first course. Close to 100 riders cial motocross races but

national event – Round from across Canada and this past weekend marked
Four of the Triple Crown the United States roared the first time the local
Rockstar Motocross Tour. through the approximately venue hosted a national
This championship tour two-mile race course and event. How did they rank?
is the largest professional jumped through the air as According to many posi-
motorcycle racing series they battled it out for top tive comments over the
in Canada. Set up for the position. weekend, from both com-
If your label reads weekend event began ear- In the 250 Pro class, 41 petitors and spectators,
18/06/30 lier in the week with the
first arrivals getting to the
riders competed with first
place going to Jesse Pettis
Minnedosa’s McNabb Val-
ley proved itself as a strong
It’s time to renew
site Tuesday night. of Prince George, BC with national venue.
your subscription! The races began at 57 points. There were 36
204-867-3816 1 p.m. on Saturday, June competitors racing in the Continued on
16th following opening 450 Pro Class with Kaven Page 9
2 Friday, June 22, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Dirt Squirts – Tour De Minnedosa

By Hillary Miller in attendance. Partici- balloon fight took place.
pants ranged in age from “It worked out really well

A dedicated group
of volunteers led a
mountain biking workshop
about five to twelve years.
The fact that there were so
many kids was great, but
with all of the different
locations, it kept it inter-
esting for the kids,” said
for kids, known as the Dirt when you consider that the Frykoda.
Squirts bike workshop, on kids who attended came Funds raised from
Saturday, June 16th. The from not only Minnedosa, the event will go towards
event allowed kids to learn but also Rivers, Forrest, insurance on the trails in
some of the basic, and not Brandon, Wawanesa and Minnedosa and surround-
so basic, skills required to Kenton, it truly does speak ing area, to help ease the
safely ride a bicycle along to the quality of the Dirt burden of liability for rid-
different trails. Squirts bike workshop that ers.
Tim Frykoda, well known the hard-working volun- The workshop was in
for his involvement in the teers involved. lieu of the regular kids’
Kids in Mud program, fa- As there was no pre- bike program that is typi-
cilitated the one-day work- registration for the work- cally held in the spring.
shop along with a number shop, Frykoda was unsure However, the program was
of other volunteers. The of how many kids would unable to run this year as
volunteers who worked attend but was pleased there was a shortage of
with Frykoda included with the end results. Photo by Hillary Miller coaches. Frykoda hopes
Paul Archbutt, Michael During the Dirt Squirts to run the Kids in Mud
Bugg, Amy Frykoda, Greg workshop, the focus was Some of the participants of the Dirt Squirts workshop go through a skills Bike Program once again
Bradco, Ian Pinette, and placed on skill building competition at Minnedosa Beach Saturday morning. next spring. Due to the
Devin Dietrich. The Kids and fun. The volunteers successful turnout of last
in Mud program is a part of worked with the varying each riders needs. rode their bikes on trails unteers took the kids for weekends workshop, there
the Manitoba Cycling As- degrees of skills that each The group started their along the north hills by the a ride along some of the is certainly great interest
sociation. young participant had day at the Heritage Village fairgorunds. After some of trails in the area, ending at in such a program in the
The day was very suc- when they arrived. This and then made their way the workshops and skill- the River’s Edge bike park community.
cessful with about 20 kids helped tailor the day to to the beach. They then building exercises, the vol- where a refreshing water

Strathclair Credit Union Members Vote To Merge

SUBMITTED posed merger with Sunrise “Sunrise was formed of Strathclair Credit Union Union Society Ltd was corporate office build-
Credit Union. by the joining together of to the Sunrise Family and formed in 1944 and serves ing and branch has been

O n the evening of Mon-

day, June 18th, ap-
proximately 160 members
98% of the members
voted overwhelming in
favour of amalgamation,
like-minded credit unions.”
said Sunrise Credit Union
President and CEO, Tim
we look forward to sharing
our market-leading prod-
over 2,800 members from
branches in Strathclair,
Shoal Lake and Oakburn.
built in Brandon, a new
branch built in Waskada
and Sandy Lake, Grand-
of Strathclair Credit Union only two “no” votes were Klassen. “Staying true to “Becoming part of Sunrise Credit Union view and Prairie Moun-
gathered at the Shoal Lake recorded. The official these roots, we’re very Sunrise Credit Union will was created in 2008 tain Credit Unions have
Community Hall to cast amalgamation date is Jan- excited to welcome the allow us to increase and through a strategic merger joined the Sunrise Family.
deciding votes on the pro- uary 1st, 2019. members and employees improve what we offer our with its five legacy Cred- 24,000 Sunrise members
membership and staff,” it Unions – Virden (est. receive personalized ser-
said Vern Gevers, GM for 1940), Turtle Mountain vice from branches in Bal-
Strathclair Credit Union. (est. 1940), Hartney (est. dur, Boissevain, Brandon,
“Also, Sunrise stuck out as 1942), Tiger Hills (est. Cypress River, Deloraine,
TOWN OF MINNEDOSA an organization keen on 1943) and Cypress River Grandview, Hartney, Hol-
retaining smaller branch- (est. 1960) – to provide per- land, Laurier, Melita, Res-
es and we felt like the two sonalized, competitive fi- ton, Sandy Lake, Ste. Rose
NOTICE OF REGISTRATION credit unions would be a nancial services to benefit du Lac, Treherne, Virden,
good fit.” its members and commu- Waskada.
Strathclair Credit nities. Since then, a new
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Jamboree Weekend Supporting Kids In Need

By Hillary Miller McKillops, Michael Camp- and offer their sincerest
bell and Friends, Cameron gratitude to organizers and

T he Little Valley Jambo-

ree went off without
a hitch last weekend. The
Campbell Band, Roulette,
Along for the ride, Cross-
fire and Smith and Wes-
Donations for the
event were provided from
fundraising event ran on son. There was also a live all over Manitoba, and
Saturday and Sunday at the auction with a number of some even came from
Erickson Recreation Cen- great prizes up for bid. other provinces. Colleen
tre and was a family fun For the kids in atten- Woychyshyn, one of the
weekend for a great cause. dance, there was a lot to do primary organizers of the
This year marked the 21st including the always popu- event, noted that there
annual jamboree which lar Jamboree Express train was a great turnout at the
is held as a fundraiser for offering rides, a bouncy Jamboree, but at this point,
special needs children in house, money mountain, they have still not been
Manitoba. petting zoo and more. able to tally up the total
Throughout the week- Attendees were also amount raised. She was
end, there were a number given the opportunity to fairly certain, however,
of bands who volunteered meet the recipients of the that the amount will be
their time and talent to funds raised. This year’s over $30,000.
help make the event the jamboree raised money The funds raised at
success that it was. This for three Manitoba recipi- the event will be presented
year’s entertainment ents; Brody Hall, Brigham to the families later this
lineup included the Mike McNabb and Laina Boyd. summer, once expenses
Sacharko Band, Sister On Sunday, each recipi- are paid, all funds are re-
Reign, Darcy and Josh, The ent family was brought on ceived, and the dust has
Photo by Hillary Miller stage to greet the crowd settled.

Legion Ladies Donate To Clinic

The June 26th, 2018
Committee of the
Whole Meeting
is hereby cancelled
Photo by Hillary Miller

By Hillary Miller into zones. There were ing task. The basement The Town of Minnedosa
four zones in District Two, suite is still being worked

O n Friday, June 15th,

The Legion Ladies’
of which the Minnedosa
Legion Ladies Auxiliary
on and drywalling is cur-
rently underway. Outside

JOIN US! August 15th & 16th

Auxiliary from the Gen- is part of. The Erickson of the building, concrete
eral Hugh Dyer Branch branch disbanded, leav- construction crews are
No. 138 made a $1,000 ing only three remaining. completing their work and
donation to the fundrais- Many of the neighbour- the exterior stuccoing is
ing effort for the Dr. Ajai
Khandelwal Primary Care
Centre currently being
ing districts only had a few
zones left as well, which
led to the disbanding of
Mendrikis noted that
they hope to host an open
built in Minnedosa. the zones to allow for more house at the clinic near the Before July 13th - $75. 00 After July 13th - $95. 00

According to Dot collaboration. end of August, but more
Schumacher, one of the John Mendrikis, of the will be revealed as that
members of the Legion La- Primary Care Centre fund- time approaches. Fund-
dies’ Auxiliary, the funds
were made available when
raising committee, noted
that construction is well
raising is still ongoing, and
the group is working on
the zones for the Legion underway, and things are two or three different ap- One night stay, transportation & optional shopping
Ladies’ Auxiliary were dis- looking good. The interior plications for funds. They Before July 13th - $149. 00 After July 13th - $169. 00
banded in March, leaving painting on the main level are still about $60,000
funds for the group. The is near completion, and away from their goal, and Lady Luck Call Wendy, Jacki or Sharon
to book your spot
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Northwest Ontario and the suspended ceiling is Mendrikis said that con-
Manitoba Command com- being installed. This leaves tributions are always wel- 204-867-5777 or 1-800-431-4442
prises of different districts, the flooring for the main come.
which are broken down level as the biggest remain- 48 Main St. N • Box 1500 • Minnedosa, MB • R0J 1E0
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Town Council Notes
owners replaced a water fee schedule originally 7 a.m. to 12 noon, at the

service line at their proper- passed in August 2007 and request of the Fun Fest

T own Council met for

its regular June meet-
ing on the evening of Tues-
ty on 8th Avenue S.W. and
have requested compen-
sation from the Town for
amended the daily pound
fee for cats and dogs from
$10 to $15. In addition,
committee to host vari-
ous activities. Council also
authorized the closure of
By Darryl Holyk day, June 12th. Mayor Orr a portion of the costs as- Compensation paid to the 1st Avenue S.E. from Main
presided with all council- sociated with this replace- Animal Control Officer, ef- Street to 1st Street (from
lors in attendance. ment, Council agreed to fective June 2018, will be as the cenotaph to library
Great Event... The meeting opened
with a Public Hearing to
reimburse Brian and Terri
Foxton, property owners,
follows: a retainer of $450
per month, apprehension
corner) and 1st Street S.E.
from 1st Avenue to 2nd Av-
A huge pat on the back to Brad McNabb and his
army of helpers for a successful weekend hosting a na- deal with a variation order the amount of $2,500 as fee of $30 per cat or dog, enue (in front of the Post
tional motocross event at McNabb Valley Motocross application. Beverly Fehr an exception to the Town’s impoundment fee of $10 Office) for the Valley Cruiz-
northwest of town. Since the motocross races first came applied for a variation or- Water and Sewer Policy. per dog or cat, disposal ers Fun Fest Car Show on
to Minnedosa a few short years ago, this venue has grown der to reduce the mini- This vote was passed in a fee of $20 per dog or cat July 7th.
steadily and last weekend’s nationals was something to mum side requirement vote six to one with Coun- and wildlife apprehension, Whereas the Fun Fest
behold! A small city of competitors, spectators and of- of her cottage property cillor MacDowall casting pick-up and disposal fee committee has applied to
ficials arose overnight and was buzzing with activity along Lilac Bay in order to the objecting vote. of $50 per skunk, racoon, the Town for a Manitoba
throughout the weekend. This local motocross venue has construct a six-foot-wide Council reviewed Re- deer or other. Liquor Control Commis-
definitely become one of our community’s largest out-of- by eight-foot-long wrap quests for Tender for a The Tanner’s Cross- sion Community Event
town visitor draws which is not only great for local tour- around deck on her cot- number of capital expen- ing School Parent Advi- Permit for its 2018 event
ism but also brings with it some economic spinoff for lo- tage. Some of Fehr’s neigh- ditures. Councillor Saler sory Council in partner- Council supported the ap-
cal businesses. Congratulations to all involved and keep bours were in attendance excused himself from this ship with the Minnedosa plication and requests the
up the good work! to ask questions regarding decision declaring a con- Recreation Commission MLCC to approve the per-
how this may affect any flict of interest. The first is are planning to host a mit for July 6th and 7th,
future additions they may for the replacement of the fundraising beer gardens 2018.
Stepping Back in time... wish to construct on their water main along a section at the basketball court As the probation peri-
The Minnedosa District Museum and Heritage Vil- cottages. As there were no of 5th Street S.W. Of the at Minnedosa Beach on od provided for within the
lage was busy this week with no less than four school objections against the ap- three quotations received, Canada Day. Council ap- employment contracts for
tours. Students from Hazel M. Kellington School in plication, in writing or in Council accepted the proved this request and CAO Cindy Marzoff and
Neepawa, as well as Hamiota, Erickson and Onanole El- person, Council approved lowest, in the amount of authorized the event to be Public Works employee
ementary Schools toured the nine buildings of the Heri- the application to vary the $39,363.06 plus taxes from held from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. Jeff Chevalier have been
tage Village as their year-end fieldtrip. Local volunteers, side requirements from Lamb’s Construction Ltd. The organizers are respon- completed, both were
including a number of retired teachers dressed the part five feet to two feet. of Newdale. All quotations sible to ensure the event confirmed as permanent
of pioneers to guide the students through the buildings A delegation includ- came in much higher than meets all provincial and employees of the Town of
and encouraging them to get involved in some hands-on ing Brian Martineau and the Town had budgeted for Liquor Control Commis- Minnedosa.
demonstrations. Now open daily for the summer season, Mark Hicks appeared be- in the 2018 Financial Plan. sion regulations. Kim Moyer was ap-
the Heritage Village will also welcome a seniors group fore Council on behalf of The budgeted amount had Council authorized pointed as a Town Citi-
tour as well as a number of Minnedosa Summer Day the Brandosa Beach As- been estimated at $13,500. the closure of 1st Street zen Representative on the
Camp groups to turn back the hands of time and experi- sociation. The men shared The second project is the N.W. from 2nd Avenue to Minnedosa and District
ence how life was in days gone by. their concerns regarding replacement of service 3rd Avenue (west of the Recreation Commission
the low lake levels and lines along 5th Avenue arena) on July 7th from board.
build-up of silt at the north S.W. and 2nd Avenue N.W.
Celebrating our grads... end of Minnedosa Lake. Again, three quotes were
Another school year has flown by and today, Fri- Council assured them that received, each coming
day, June 22nd, our latest class of Grade 12 students bid they have met with pro- in higher than originally
farewell to the hallowed halls of MCI and set out on an vincial authorities on the budgeted. Council ap-
exciting new journey and next chapter in their lives. Con- lake level issue and it re- proved the quote from Sal- Letters to the Editor
gratulations to all graduates in the Rolling River School mains in discussion at the er’s Backhoe and Truck- The Minnedosa Tribune welcomes Letters to the
Division and good luck as you head out to chase your provincial level. In regards ing Ltd. in the amount of Editor. All letters must include the writers full name,
dreams and career aspirations! Watch for The Tribune’s to the slit build-up, while $24,454.34 plus taxes, be- address, and telephone number. Only the writer’s
annual Commemorative Grad Section next week which the current council does ing the lowest of the three. name will be published; address and phone number
will feature graduates from Minnedosa and Erickson understand this concern, The Town received 12 are required for confirmation. Anonymous letters will
Collegiate along with the list of graduation awards and they are not presently in a tenders for the sale of the not be published. Letters that are deemed libelous,
scholarships. financial situation to take old boat dock. Upon re- in bad taste, or describe an incident involving other
on another costly lake view, Council authorized people, will not be published.
dredging project. The last the sale of the old dock to The Minnedosa Tribune reserves the right to
lake dredging project was Melanie Ransome-White
Tribune Founder done in the late 1990s and for $4,550 being the high-
edit letters based on taste, legality, clarity, and
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that multi-year loan was est proposal received. person, sent by mail to Box 930, Minnedosa, MB
Born - 1854 at London, England just recently paid off. Council reviewed the R0J 1E0, by fax (204) 867-5171, or by email to
Died - February 20, 1932 As private property Town’s Animal Control
at Cornwall, Ontario

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MCI CHANGE Donates Over $4,000

committee held their
year-end meeting recently
Ye O l d
and decided to make a num-
ber of donations from their
fundraising pool for 2017-
18 which totaled $4,300.
Donations include $2,400
for Shelterbox (emergency
disaster relief), $1,000 for
the Minnedosa and Area
Food Bank, $500 for Samar-
itan House, $300 for Free 1888 – The Clanwilliam municipal council has
the Children and $100 for voted $50 to each ward to spend on road repairs this (a non-profit whose summer.
mission is to connect people
through lending to alleviate 1898 – The bridge crossing the river a little north-
poverty). Photo submitted east of town is now just about completed.

Cooking For One or Two People 1908 – Mrs. Clarence Orr found copper and iron de-
posits in town this week.

By Hillary Miller 1918 – The Home Economic Department has shown

local housewives how to cook a meatless dinner and

T he Harrison Park Age

Friendly Initiative re-
serve wheatless bread.

cently hosted two sessions 1938 – Hopes that Highway No. 10 would be hard
of Cooking Classes for One surfaced this year have been denied by the provincial
or Two people in Newdale authorities.
and Sandy Lake.
According to Doreen
Stapleton, a councillor for 1958 – Minnedosa Beach was teeming with the larg-
the R.M. of Harrison Park, est crowd in its history when more than 2,500 people
they first heard about the thronged there Sunday to watch the Manitoba Speed-
program at an Age Friend- boat Association put on its exhibition of water races.
ly Manitoba Communities This is the second year for the races at Minnedosa and
Forum. They applied for it is shaping up to become an annual event.
and received a “Healthy
Together Now” grant from Photo by Hillary Miller 1968 – Council has re-zoned an area of property in
Prairie Mountain Health the southwest corner of town for use as a residential
(PMH), which allowed The sessions focused Hopefully all who par- found passion for cook- trailer court.
them to present the pro- on the idea of downsiz- ticipated in the cooking ing and creating smaller,
gram. ing meal plans, in order to classes left with a new- healthy meals.
There were approxi- benefit people of all ages
1978 – An exceptionally good turnout of interested
citizens were present to decide on a new skating rink
mately 15 people who at- and stages. “Our lives of-
for Erickson. A resolution that the community engage
tended the two two-hour ten move from a large fam-
in the construction of a new regulation size arena
sessions. The facilitators ily to feed, to one or two
passed by a vote of 11 to 17.
for the events were Christa left at home still wanting
Veitch, a Health Promotion wholesome, cost effective
Coordinator with PMH, and tasty meals,” said Sta- 1988 – Town Council has imposed a watering
and Chantal Morais, a pleton. schedule for the watering of lawns within town to
community dietitian with Hopefully, those who avoid overuse of the town’s pumping system and to
PMH. The two showed attended will now “think maintain pressure in waterlines throughout the town.
the attendees how to plan, smaller” when preparing Water use has recently exceeded the one half million
prepare and cook nutri- for meals, as well as ideas gallons a day mark compared to the regular daily aver-
tious, healthy and deli- for storage, freezing, shop- age of 250,000 gallons.
cious meals for one or two ping and downsizing reci-
people. pes. 1998 – MLA Harold Gilleshammer has announced
$10,668 in Community Places funding to the Heritage
Village for relocating a heritage home from the Ca-
durcis district, the Munro Blacksmith Shop from the
fairgrounds and a trapper’s cabin to the local village

2008 – CP has announced the replacement of the

91-year-old Main Street rail bridge with work expect-

Dr. Derek Papegnies

ed to begin in September. The project will be done in
Minnedosa & District Foundation once again supports sections so that rail traffic can continue with out any
the upcoming Fun Fest Weekend. We have donated major delays.

OPTOMETRIST $16,500 since 2009 towards this worthwhile

community event. Erin Woodcock and Krista Powell
spearhead the committee to ensure a TRIBUNE
129-2nd Avenue S.W., Minnedosa, MB success each year.
FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL: For more info or to make a donation to the Foundation go to
204-867-2455 Tuesday at 12 Noon
6 Friday, June 22, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

A Great Day To Be In Newdale

By Hillary Miller Following the pan- This new equipment
cake breakfast, the crowds was purchased from the

T he community of New-
dale was the host of
many different, fun activi-
headed over to the Fire Hall
for an exhilarating demon-
stration of new equipment.
Erickson Fire Department,
when they upgraded their
equipment recently. The
ties on Saturday, June 16th. Deputy Fire Chief for the spreader and the Jaws of
The day began with a R.M. of Harrison Fire De- Life were purchased for
pancake breakfast hosted partment, Andrew Dalgar- about $5,000. Dalgarno
by the Age-Friendly Initia- no, was on site to provide sees the definite benefit
tive. There were about 90 the excited spectators with to the new equipment in
people who attended the a show of the new Jaws of their own fire department,
pancake breakfast, which Life and the new spreader. since Newdale is situated
ran from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Members of the fire so close to Highway #16,
and the entry fee was by department used the Jaws however, he noted that he
donation. Profits from the of Life on a vehicle door to hopes they never need to
pancake breakfast will be demonstrate how quickly use it.
donated to the Newdale the Jaws cut through metal After the exciting dem-
Fire Department. vehicle parts. The purchase onstration, the fire depart-
“The purpose of the of this new equipment ment hosted a barbeque
pancake breakfast is to should ease the minds of lunch, which raised about
bring awareness and infor- community members, as $300. There were an esti- Photo by Hillary Miller
mation to the public about they are at a lower risk of mated 50 to 60 people who
the programs we offer being trapped for a lengthy attended the fundraising Demonstrating how Jaws of life cut apart a vehicle door.
through our Age Friendly time in their vehicle in the lunch.
Action Plan,” said Doreen event of a motor vehicle In addition to these
Stapleton, R.M. of Harrison
Park councillor. “There is a
lot of material on display
accident. The spreader
was then used to split the
inner and outer sides of the
events, a number of New-
dale residents hosted a
yard sale offering some
Newdale News
and great community in- vehicle door, showing how reasonably priced trea-
terest in the many events quickly they can open even sures for bargain hunters. By Raven’s Glen WI also had the fire trucks and termission.
illustrated.” the toughest metals. fire-fighting equipment on Kerri and Larry Dyck

W e send our sincere

sympathy to Shan-
non and Cindy Dalke
display. There were also
several yard sales around
town, offering a treasure or
had her Dad, Ken Creaser
of Winnipeg  visiting them
last week for several days. 
and family on the pass- two to take home! Our Sunday service was
ing of their cousin Eunice Several WI members taken by Rita Friesen of
Girling at the Care Home travelled to Birtle to the Neepawa, who brought
in Minnedosa. Eunice and Drop-In Centre where the a friend along with her,
Shannon’s mother were Foxwarren Drama Group Madeline Ferguson, who
first cousins. Eunice and put on a hilarious eve- was from Strathclair at one
her late husband, Keith, ning entitled “The Ladies time. Several re-acquain-
farmed in the Basswood Foursome”. Skits were tances were made follow-
district. performed as these ladies ing the service between
Newdale was a hub “golfed and chatted”, from Madeline and some of our
of activity on June 16th as hole to hole. WI is busy members.
several community events checking out some fun en- Congratulations to
were happening. It start- tertainment for the Ladies Marika Dewar-Norosky
ed early when a pancake Nite Out in November. who will be joining the Ca-
breakfast was hosted by Then on June 15th sev- det teaching staff at Gimli
the R.M. of Harrison Park eral from town enjoyed the where she will be teach-
Age Friendly commit- Minnedosa Drama Club’s ing flight training during
tee. Following that the rendition of “Corner Gas”, the cadet summer camps.
Newdale Fire Department held at the United Church She achieved her pilot’s
demonstrated the “jaws of Hall. The actors were license while belonging to
life” that they have recently amazing, the sets were the Strathclair Air Cadets.
purchased. A BBQ lunch fantastic and many con- Marika was sworn in as O/
was served at the Fire Hall gratulations belong to this Cdt at the Strathclair In-
by the Fire Department talented group. Refresh- spection held in June.
members, where they had ments were served at in-


When you support the businesses in your
home community, those businesses can
return the favour by providing donations
and sponsorships to events, attractions,
programs and athletics in your
community. Without your support,
those businesses cannot give
back to the things which make
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Corner Gas Brings Lots Of Laughs

By Hillary Miller effects and projections on during their debut perfor-
the TV screen,” stated Peg- mance with the local club.

T hey have done it again!

The Minnedosa Drama
Club wowed their audi-
gy. The projections were
a new feature for the lo-
cal Drama Club’s produc-
“One person came to me
after the play to see how
she could become a part
ence on the evenings of tions, and presented new of our group,” said Mullie.
Thursday, June 14th and challenges, but they were They always seem to be
Friday, June 15th with their handled with confidence, having so much fun, it is
own adaptation of the hit and no issues were had. no surprise that each pro-
TV show, Corner Gas. As an additional thank duction should generate
Both showings were you to the audience, mem- interest in the community.
sold out, and both filled bers of the Drama Com- “We always welcome new
with laughter from the au- mittee also prepared cook- members as actors or be-
dience. “This is always a ies and refreshments for hind the scenes helpers,”
great reward for the cast the audience, who were she said.
and crew.” said Peggy Mul- able to enjoy these delights The Minnedosa Dra-
lie, producer for the show. during the show’s inter- ma Club has been delight-
Mullie noted that the mission. ing audiences since 2013
production ran smoothly. Corner Gas featured and already has plans for
“With the well-prepared some of the favoured ac- their fall production. They
cast, our excellent direc- tors in the Minnedosa will be working on Agatha
Photo by Hillary Miller tors and our valuable light Drama Club. The show Christie’s The Mousetrap,
Minnedosa Drama Club brought Corner Gas to the stage last week. and sound man who coor- also featured some new ac- which is sure to be another
dinated the music, sound tors, who did a terrific job crowd pleaser.

How Can Birds Sit on Power Lines Cadurcis News

Without Getting Shocked? By Doreen TroTT Glen and Loreen Jackson and their young daughter
By MB HYDro travel easily through you. side appliance cords. Rub- who will soon be moving to Charlotte.
And if electricity travels ber or plastic insulation
G et well wishes to Mu- Brandon. Glen and Loreen Last week Barry and

W e are told never to through you, it’s likely you around the cords keeps riel McManus who will be missed as they were June Humphreys of Clan-
touch power lines so could be seriously hurt or the electricity in the wires had the misfortune of suf- active in the area. Both william visited with Mal-
we don’t get shocked and even killed. Metal power and prevents you from get- fering an accident recently. served for a number of colm and Shirley Rose.
seriously injured or killed. lines are separated from ting a shock. If this insula- On Wednesday eve- years on the Rolling River The occasion was June’s
So how can a bird sit the pole by insulators. In- tion is broken or wears off, ning a group of friends and School Division board. birthday. Happy Birthday
on a power line without sulators are made from the electricity can come neighbours gathered at the We would also like to to June who enjoys a June
getting shocked? material like glass and through and shock you home of Gordon and Val- welcome the new residents birthday.
Electrical current ceramic that an electrical Also, if you overload an erie Thompson. This was on the Jackson Property,
flows in a path called a current cannot easily get outlet by plugging in too a farewell presentation for Tim and Rachel Longstaff
circuit. It will not leave through and therefore can- many things, cord insu-
the circuit unless it can not travel down the pole. lation can overheat and
find another path to the Insulating material melt, causing a shock and
ground. When the current also keeps electricity in- fire hazard.
reaches the part of the wire
where the bird is sitting, it
has two options. It could
travel through the bird or
stay on its circuit. Because
the bird isn’t touching the
ground, it is easier for the
current to stay on its path
– and the bird stays safe. If
however, the bird spreads Would like to thank the following Supporters
its wings and one wing
touches the pole, it would In Kind Support
create a shorter and easier Erickson Septic Service Brian Hickman
path to the ground. The Wendell Chemrinka Darren Holmberg
electrical current would
then run through the bird Merchandise 18064gm1

to get to the ground which Neepawa Tire Ltd. Neepawa Home Hardware
would electrocute the bird. BDO Erickson Prairie Shot
In the same way, if you Minnagro Neepawa Natural Resource
were on a ladder or tree
and touched the wire, you
Integra Tire - Minnedosa Officers
would be electricity’s in- Delta Waterfowl
stant path to the ground. Station Support
Why doesn’t the cur- Minnedosa Vet Clinic Four Seasons Repair
rent travel to the ground National Best Heritage Co-op
down the pole?
Electrical current trav- Plant Kia A Pet Lover’s Warehouse
els easily through metal Compass Credit Union The Bramley Family
and water. These are called C & C Rental Assiniboine Sporting Clay
electrical conductors. Be- McMunn & Yates Shoot
cause your body is mostly Basswood Baits
water, electricity can also
8 Friday, June 22, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Minnedosans Earn Tourism Awards

By Hillary Miller for waterfowl hunting as While performing the daily for this exchange, which
the clients who hunt with tasks assigned to her, she also allowed for six youths

O n the evening of
Wednesday, June
13th, the 15th Annual Trib-
them”, said a representative
from Westman Tourism.
In 2002, Barry Good and
has also taken it upon her-
self to initiate many other
activities throughout the
and two adults to travel to
Minnedosa. Next month,
Rayna will be travelling
ute to Tourism Awards was John Kryshewsky realized summer, including the im- to Croatia to attend Lions
held at the Gladstone and there was an opportunity plementation of multiple Camp, which was earned
District Community Cen- to run a successful outfit- scavenger hunts, creating through a Lions Club
tre. ting business in the popu- new museum displays, speaking contest. She is
More than 135 people lar hunting spots around and helping to execute involved in many clubs
who attended the event, Minnedosa, known as “The Heritage Days. She has and organizations, in-
which was emceed by Mark Duck Factory”. The busi- also acted as a promoter cluding the MCI Student
Humphries, the owner of ness now sees between 50 of Minnedosa by directing Council, the Minnedo-
Westwood Ranch Garden to 70 hunters per season, visitors to the many other sa Credit Union Youth
Centre, and had the crowd which lasts only about five attractions, events, restau- Board, Minnedosa Colle-
giggling throughout the weeks. rants and shops that our giate Foundation, Meals
night. Two years ago, Kry- town has to offer. She has on Wheels, local PRYDE
Three Minnedo- shewsky hired Sam Parish requested a copy of the (Please Respect Your Di-
sa nominees were up to join their group and the training manual for the verse Environment), and
for awards and of the three lead hunters from local visitor information the MCI CHANGE group.
six awards presented, places such as Tennessee, centre to enable her to im- The third local nomi-
Photo by Hillary Miller
Minnedosa was the recipi- South Carolina, Wiscon- prove her knowledge of the nee, although not success-
ent of two. sin, Illinois, Texas, and rayna Topham won the aspiring youth award area. ful in winning the award
Dirty Lake Outfitters Kansas, on pre-scouted while Barry Good’s Dirty lake Outfitters won Topham is also highly was Minnedosa Skate the
was awarded the Service fields for three-to-five-day the Service excellence award. involved in the Minnedo- Lake.
Excellence Award. The trips. They target both sa 4-H. She has earned Congratulations to
Minnedosa-based Wa- geese and ducks, and con- In the Aspiring Youth and tour operators at the many trips, awards and each of the nominees
terfowl hunting outfitter tinually rotate fields to en- category, Minnedosa’s Minnedosa District Mu- public speaking compe- and winners, each is truly
specializes in non-resi- sure that they are always Rayna Topham was an- seum and Heritage Village. titions, and in 2015 she worthy of representing
dent waterfowl hunting. hunting fresh fields. The nounced the winner. Dur- She has been recognized participated in a group Minnedosa as a year-
It includes three licensed group can happily boast ing the 2017 and 2018 sea- as one of the best and exchange to Nova Sco- round tourism destination.
guides who, “share the that 90% of their clients are son, Rayna has been one most ambitious students tia. She was a member of
same drive and passion repeat customers. of the summer staff, hosts ever hired for the position. the planning committee

The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, June 22, 2018 9

National Riders Praise Local Track

Photo by Darryl Holyk

Continued from Page 1 more national motocross in each of his events and
action in the years ahead. continues to train and
The local track was McNabb Valley Moto- compete all around North
described by competitors cross was one of nine tour America. Tuesday morn-
as “deep, rutty, nasty, sick, stops on the 2018 Triple ing, the McNabb’s headed
rough and gnarly,” which Crown Rockstar Motocross out for Texas where Ryder Photo by Darryl Holyk
in the motocross world Tour which began in Cal- will be training for the Am-
are words of praise! “They gary, AB in late May. The ateur Championships at National competitors catch some air on jump number eight
knocked it out of the park,” next event for this tour is Loretta Lynn’s Hurricane at McNabb valley Motocross Saturday afternoon.
said 250 Class Competitor July 7th in Ottawa with Mills motocross venue
Shawn Maffenbeier. “For the tour wrapping up in next month.
holding their first national Walton, ON in August. The If you were unable to
they pretty much nailed grand champion of the se- attend last weekend’s Na-
it.” “It’s a national track ries will win $100,000. tionals, you will have an-
for sure,” added 250 Class Day two of the week- other opportunity to head
competitor Tanner Ward, end, on Sunday, June out and watch some fast
“They put on a great event.” 17th, saw the Parts Canada paces, high flying bike ac-
The local venue was Amateur Open Champion- tion in a few months. The
one of thee motocross ship held at the McNabb next motocross action at
tracks that national of- site. A number of young McNabb Valley will be in
ficials visited during the amateurs competed in September when the ven-
tour’s selection process. various classes including ue hosts Found Eight and
McNabb Valley was the Minnedosa’s own moto- Nine of the 2018 Manitoba
chosen venue and due to cross star, Ryder McNabb Motocross Association
the success of it’s first na- who raced in the 85cc (12- races over the Labour Day
tional event, it is anticipat- 16) and Supermini class- long weekend.
ed that Minnedosa will see es. Ryder was successful

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Battling Dead Mouse Smell

in silver. Any help you can side down in a bucket of an automotive centre, they one-half cup 3% hydrogen
offer would be very much warm sudsy water for 15 will kill the smell with an peroxide and two table-
Solutions and appreciated. Janice minutes. Allow them to dry ozone machine. spoons of household am-
Substitutions Dear Janice,
and reshape them when
damp. Another option Dear Reena,
monia. Dip a white towel
in solution and blot onto
By The easiest, and fast- is to let the steam from a We have tried to clean the stain. Cover the stain
REENA NERBAS est, options for painting
frames is to spray paint
hot shower draw out the
wrinkles or use a heat gun.
stains from our ivory  co-
loured  carpet and it’s left
with clear plastic wrap and
weigh down with heavy
them with a hammer fin- However, a heat gun is less gray stains. They were fe- books. Make sure the
ish. Read product labels effective and more time ces and urine stains from a books are not touching the
Dear Reena, kosher salt for every tea- to learn which paint works consuming. senior who was ill. Is there carpet because if the book
Can you please tell me spoon of sea salt. Kosher best for the frame mate- anything we can do other gets wet, the dye from the
the difference between sea salt is great for seasoning rial. It is important to hold Dear Reena, than  replacing  the bed- paper can seep onto the
and kosher salt? Several meat. Sea salt is very versa- the spray can 12 inches How can I get rid of the room carpet? Helga carpet. Leave for 12 hours.
recipes call for kosher salt, tile, and often the most ex- away from the frame while gross stink of dead mice in Step 3: Blot dry.
but I never have any on pensive of the three types spraying, wisp the paint a vehicle? A mechanic was Dear Helga, Step 4: Blot with warm
hand. Beth of salt. Another common back and forth as you asked to locate any nests or You may want to test a water and dry two-three
salt is table salt which is paint. Holding the paint to dead mice, and he said he small area of carpet before times.
Dear Beth, finely and evenly shaped; close will result in an un- couldn’t find any. I’ve tried applying the following rec- Step 5: Air dry.
The greatest difference it may contain anti-clump- even, drippy finish. baking soda and charcoal ipe, however; I have had Step 6: When dry, blot
is that kosher salt has larg- ing agents such as cal- briquettes. Jacob great results with this for- with white vinegar and
er crystals that take lon- cium silicate. As the name Dear Reena, mula for removing stains leave.
ger to dissolve. However, implies, it is commonly We recently moved Hi Jacob, as well as, odours. The area should be a
there is not much differ- placed on tables, as a com- into a new home. When I If you are dealing with little wetter than damp,
ence between kosher salt mon seasoning for meals. unpacked my silk flower a dead animal, the smell Step 1: Mix together which means you may
and rough sea salt, except collection, I was horrified will return, even if you half a teaspoon of clear need to double the recipe
that sea salt undergoes the Hi Reena, to see that they are com- manage to zap it tempo- dish soap and one cup of if the stain is large.
least amount of process- I have several gold pic- pletely squished and wrin- rarily. The good news is warm water. Blot (do not
ing. Substituting one for ture frames in my living kled. How can I remove the that the smell does dis- scrub) onto the stain and Note: Every user assumes all
wrinkles? Tracy sipate over time (as long leave for five minutes. Pat risks of injury or damage resulting
the other is no problem, room that I would like to
from the implementation of any
the only difference is the change to silver. They are as the animal is absent). area dry using a white tow- suggestions in this column. Test
measurement. Use one not a solid gold colour and Dear Tracy, If you absolutely don’t see el. all products on an inconspicuous
and a quarter teaspoons I would like the same effect Soak the flowers up- anything, take the car to Step 2: Mix together area first.


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• Pays great attention to details
Town of Minnedosa
The Town of Minnedosa is accepting tenders for: Staff housing available, if needed
RFQ 2018-04 Paladin Security Group is the security company of choice
Landfill Reclamation
For more information or to apply,please contact
amongst some of the most respected institutions in the country, Barb Kelly:
General information:
protecting the public and government facilities. We are or 204.848.8509
Works to include:
Area 1 committed to offering the best employment and career
• Piling and sloping of approximately 900 cu. M. of concrete/wood development opportunities in the security industry because we
waste want the very best and brightest people our industry has to offer.
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Area 2 • Strong written report writing skills Odanah Colony School
• Apply slope and compact clay cover approx. 600 cu m • Physical capability to perform foot patrols and work in all a funded independent K-12 school located near Minnedosa, MB is
• Supply and cover 150mm of top soil Approx. 250 cu m seeking applications for a half-time high school ELA teacher during
weather conditions
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• Skilled in the use of computer applications (including data
Area 3 2018. In addition to teaching senior years ELA, the applicant may
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• Ability to work day shift, Monday to Friday need to assist with other grades.
All measurements are approximate to be verified by the contractor • Class 5 (clean driving record) Applicants should:
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The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, June 22, 2018 13

Ode to Opossums

Dream Job! Live in care- In Loving Memory of

giver/housekeeper. Summers ISABEL HOLT
in Winnipeg and winters in June 26th, 2017
the tropics. Call 204-997- By KEN KINGDON little bit ugly. They have their back feet, while even Kylie suddenly zones out,
4629. We thought of you today beady eyes, scaly rat-like their front paws are kind frozen to the spot, eyes

but that is nothing new. hey say you can tell a tails, and thin scraggly of human-like. This likely twirling in incomprehen-
MEDICAL TRANSCRIP- We thought of you yesterday lot about a person by grey–black hair that makes explains their waddle, and sion. Real life opossums do
TION! In-demand career! Em- and days before that too.
their handshake. I’m not them look like cats with also how they can climb that too – we had one that
ployers have work-at-home We think of you in silence,
we often speak your name.
sure whether this is true, static electricity. Their trees so well. Their rat-like had climbed into a metal
positions available. Get on- but I am pretty confident long snouts are hairless, tail is prehensile, meaning garbage can and couldn’t
line training you need from an All we have are memories
and your picture in a frame. that you can tell a lot about and often scabby-looking, they can hang from their get out. I stared in at him,
employer-trusted program.
Visit: or Your memory is a keepsake a country by its roadkill. like they are permanently tails like some monkeys and sure enough, the poor
1-855-768-3362 to start train- from which we’ll never part, I was reminded of sun burned. do. opossum stood frozen in
ing for your work-at-home ca- God has you in his arms, this fact over the weekend They are, on the other If you are a fan of The the bottom, mouth gaping
reer today! we have you in our hearts. when I spotted my first hand, cute in a homely Simpsons, you may re- open, eyes vacant, motion-
road-killed skunk of the fashion. Kind of like that member the monorail less.
Forever loved,
season. Given that it was ugly stuffed toy that your episode, where a family of We gently tipped over
Walter and family.
mid-June, this is pretty tell- toddler insists on carry opossums are seen hang- the garbage can, and after
ing. Add to this the fact around for some un- ing from their tails in the several minutes, the opos-
Community Newspapers that I haven’t seen more explained reason. Opos- emergency cabinet. And sum realised he was free,
than three dead skunks in sums waddle as they walk, then there are Homer’s im- and toddled off into the
Have Reach our year of residency down and they seem to be entire- mortal words “I call the big bushes. Run Kylie run.
The Minnedosa Tribune reaches far beyond the here, and it’s obvious that ly oblivious to the world, one Bitey.” Perhaps the most in-
boundaries of our community. there is a general lack of likely due to their poor I haven’t seen the teresting aspect about
skunks in the area. vision. In short, they are hanging-by-the-tail be- opossums is that they are
When you advertise with The Tribune I have, however, seen kind of like an old bach- havior yet, so I regularly relatively recent new-com-
your ad reaches subscribers in these a few other dead things. elor uncle, short-sighted, scan the bushes in hopes ers to southern Ontario.
Manitoba communities: Raccoons of course, and slightly ungroomed, with of catching one napping, Given their patchy fur, and
Arden MacGregor Russell squirrels. A few deer and a grey hair sprouting out in blissfully swaying in the naked ears, tails, and no-
Argyle McCreary Sandy Lake couple of interesting birds, funny tufts. breeze by its tail. ses, they tend to fare poor-
Bethany Melita Shoal Lake including three wild tur- They are also surpris- Opossums, like rac- ly in cold weather. Most
Brandon Minitonas Souris keys and a turkey vulture. ingly successful as far as coons, will pretty much eat opossums that I have seen
Brookdale Minnedosa Ste Rose But you know you are mammals go. First of all, anything they can get their have had the tips of their
Carberry Morden Starbuck in the deep south when they are the most suc- funny little paws on. Eggs, ears frozen off and their
Cardale Mountain Steinbach you have to ride your bike cessful of all marsupials, insects, frogs, berries, the tails slightly frost dam-
Carman Road Stonewall around dead opossums. geographically speaking. list goes on. They also like aged.
Clanwilliam Neepawa Stoney Like all road-kill, it’s a That’s right, they kick kan- to eat garbage; hence they Despite a relatively
Dauphin Newdale Mountain bit sad to see something garoo’s butts, since they can be found noodling cold winter this past year
Douglas Oak Bank Strathclair squished, especially if you are found throughout around town at night. though, the opossum
Eden Oak River Swan River have to bike by it several South, Central, and half of Opossums also have population appears to be
Elphinstone Oakburn Virden times a day as it slowly dis- North America. some funny behaviors. healthy, especially judging
Erickson Olha Winnipeg
integrates in the hot sun. And, as marsupials, On another segue involv- from the number of road
Franklin Onanole
Gross. opossums carry their de- ing movies, my all-time kills. And with continued
Gladstone Pilot Mound Did You Know?
Great Falls Polonia The only positive as- veloping babies in pouch- favourite movie is Wes An- warming due to climate
We also pect is that it allows you es. These babies grow derson’s Fantastic Mr. Fox. change, it is likely that
Hamiota Portage la have a number
High Bluff Prairie some good opportunities quickly though, and at this There are so many good opossums will continue to
of subscribers
Kenton Rapid City across Canada to take a close look at these time of year, the babies scenes in this movie, but thrive here.
Killarney Reston and the United nocturnal animals. And, in are too big to live in their my favorites involve the Who knows, maybe
Lac du Bonnet Rivers States. case you aren’t that famil- mother’s pouch, so they endearing character of the we’ll even start seeing
Lake Audy Rossburn iar with opossums, here’s a can now be seen hitch- slightly misplaced Kylie them in Manitoba one day.
few facts and figures to en- hiking on her back. the Opossum.
lighten you. Opossums have funky In the movie, when-
First of all, they are a feet, with “thumbs” on ever things get a bit tense,


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“Living in your
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WAHOSKI G ORD K E L LY Lakeside St. Alphonsus
Septic Service
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142 4th
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16 Friday, June 22, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Pedal Plane Mission Completed

 SUBMITTED number of hand tools. The proj- the finished plane to Stephen
ect arrived as a kit, but all of the Hayter, executive director of the

A fter receiving financial sup-

port from the Minnedosa
Foundation and the Minnedosa
parts had to be hand finished,
assembled, and painted. The
students got the chance to work
museum, in front of a number of
volunteers and museum board
AOTS, Tanner’s Crossing School with both wood and metal com- Hayter commented that the
students Riley Kruzer and Ethan ponents, with the plane held to- pedal plane “would be a key part
Laliberte began an after-school gether with glue, wood dowels, of the interactive displays at the
project alongside their Principal, and screws. museum, and likely the most
Mr. Sheppard. The goal over the The students worked after memorable part of the museum
winter of 2017-18 was to build school over several months, from for the youngest visitors”. Sized
a replica “Harvard” pedal plane unboxing the pieces to priming for pilots aged two to five, it will
and donate it to the Common- and painting the plane in its dis- be stationed in the main hangar
wealth Air Training Plan Museum tinctive yellow hue. As a finish- of the museum for children to
near Brandon. ing touch, decals (created by Ac- pedal around while older visitors
During the construction of cent Striping in Brandon) were look at the static displays of air-
the plane, the grade 6 students added which replicate the actual craft. It joins a Tiger Moth pedal
Photo submitted learned how to use a number of flying Harvard operated by the plane previously donated to the
tools in the TCS woodworking CATPM. museum.
(L-R) Riley Kruzer, Mr. Sheppard, Ethan Laliberte
shop, including the drill press, Finally, on Tuesday, June
and Matthew Laliberte (test pilot). band saw, belt sander, and a 19th, the students turned over

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