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INSIDE
this week Canada’s Birthday Bash!
Johnson
Crook Plays
Dauphin

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Photos by Hillary Miller

Minnedosa Beach was the place to be this July 1st as


Canada Day celebrations continued rain or shine!

By HILLARY MILLER breakfast. The sun was wagon rides. The always were back up and running keep people away. The in-
Pearson shining and the beach was popular display of classic in no time. creased attendance last

Retires After A s Canadians, we do


not often flaunt our
national pride the way our
packed as the annual sand-
castle building contest be-
gan. Other morning events
and/or unique vehicles re-
turned as the Valley Cruiz-
ers hosted their Canada
“Considering the
weather, I feel like things
went pretty well,” said
year may have been a re-
sult of the special Canada
150 celebrations.

47 Year southern neighbours do,


but come Canada Day, our
included a vendor market,
yoga and community wor-
Day car show.
Alas, by early after-
Recreation Director, Erin
Houck. “I was thankful that
Following the rain
some of the schedules for

Career
blood runs red and white, ship service. The Kid Zone noon, lightning began to a lot of people waited out the musical entertainment

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and we celebrate, rain or was full of little Canucks, crash, and rain began to the rain and returned once had to be re-arranged and
shine! eager to have fun for their soak all who were at the it had stopped.” did cause a little panic and
Canada’s 151st country. They were able to beach, causing many of the While Houck suspects confusion but all went off
birthday celebration in enjoy the bouncy castle, a Kid Zone activities to shut there were fewer people well.
Minnedosa kicked off petting zoo, trampolines down. With luck, however, at the Canada Day Cel-
beautifully with the Ma- and a EuroBounce, face the rain did not stay long, ebration this year than last Coninued on
son’s hosting a pancake painting and horse-drawn and the bouncy castles year, the weather did not Page 16
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Summer Reading Program Returns To Library


By Hillary Miller every week from July 4th to read and log books,” he
until August 9th. These said. The children are en-

T he Minnedosa Region-
al Library has hired
Levi Gregorash as its 2018
activities will include out-
door games, creating your
own World Cup team, and
couraged to read whatever
books they are interested
in, as long as they are able
Summer Reading Program a variety of fun crafts. Each to understand what it is
Coordinator. The Summer Wednesday will be desig- that they are reading.
Reading Program is an an- nated for kindergarten to Kids will be invited to
nual tradition that goes grade two, and Thursdays come in to the library to
back many years and en- will be for grades three to log their books on Tuesday
courages students to con- six. However, Levi noted through Saturday. How-
tinue to read throughout that space in the program ever, there will be no log-
their summer holidays. is limited, so the first ging during activity times,
Gregorash applied twelve children to sign up which will be for one hour
for the position because in each group will be able on Wednesday and Thurs-
he remembers thorough- to participate. Sign up for day. The last day for the
ly enjoying the Summer the activities will be at the young readers to log books
Reading Program when library on the Friday be- will be Wednesday, August
he attended as a child. fore each upcoming activ- 15th, with the program of-
“It encouraged me to ac- ity or week. ficially concluding on Sat-
tively start reading and With all this fun com- urday, August 18th.
undoubtedly has played ing up for the kids, one Photo by Hillary Miller Levi is very excited
a part in making me who might wonder if they will about his position as Sum-
I am today,” he said. As a manage to squeeze in any Former Summer reading Program youth participant, levi Gragorash, mer Reading Program Co-
youth, Levi thought about time to actually read? The is this year’s program coordinator. ordinator. “I’m most excit-
possibly coordinating the answer, of course, is yes! ed to see what the kids can
program someday, and has Gregorash pointed out that sity in Toronto where he children and act as a role allow, Levi feels that three teach me this summer,” he
now realized that dream. the main goal of the pro- studies Aerospace Engi- model over the summer,” visits should be the mini- said. “There have already
Having enjoyed the gram is to have each child neering. He sits on various explained Levi. mum – once to register, been times that I have
program so much himself, read a minimum of thirty committees and design While the kids can once to log, and then for been blown away at what
Gregorash noted, “when books over the summer. teams, which takes up a lot participate in the program the wind-up party. “The they know and how they
I saw the opportunity, I “We encourage them to of his free time and energy. as often or as few times as children are encouraged perceive the world around
knew I had to take it. I want read as many books as they He believes that this posi- their summer schedules to visit as often as they like them.”
to give kids the same expe- can spread out over the tion as the Summer Read-

No Injuries In Crash
rience I had.” summer to combat sum- ing Program Coordinator
Gregorash hopes to mer reading loss,” he said, will benefit him in two
have at least 125 kids en- but added that, “the long- major areas. The first is
rolled in the Summer term goal is to develop a organization. “You have to
Reading Program this year. reading fluency that will completely plan a theme, By Hillary Miller travelling north on High- coming vehicles at that
The program consists of benefit them far into the provide children the nec- way #10 collided with a car intersection. “I would urge
six separate activity days,
which have already been
planned. This means there
future.”
Since graduating from
MCI, Gregorash has been
essary resources, and keep
them actively engaged
and reading over the sum-
A motor vehicle colli-
sion on the afternoon
of Monday, July 2nd near
that pulled out onto the
highway from 9th Avenue
S.W., turning south.
drivers to take their time
and double check for on-
coming vehicles,” he said.
will be one activity day attending Ryerson Univer- mer,” he said. The second Minnedosa ended as well Each vehicle had a He also reminded motor-
benefit is leadership. “You as could be expected – single occupant and while ists to always be extra cau-
organize activities for the with no one injured. A car both vehicles sustained a tious at intersections. If

Minnedosa lot of damage, the occu-


pants walked away unin-
jured.
an oncoming vehicle has
its turn signal on, drivers
should ensure that the ve-

Fa i r GARDEN TOURS
IN MINNEDOSA
Ten members of the
Minnedosa Fire Depart-
ment attended the scene
hicle is actually slowing
down before proceeding,
and that it is not just a case
and Fire Chief Dean Jor- of a motorist forgetting to
Communities in Bloom will sponsor garden tours on
Saturday, Saturday, July 7th from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.
dan noted that “it could
have been much worse.”
turn their turning signal off
with no intention of turn-
July 7th Residents who have graciously volunteered Jordan noted that it ing. It is always better to
9 a.m. Light Horse Classes their gardens and yards are: can be difficult to see on- safe than sorry!
Home Living Show Dean & Terry Wareham
Heavy Halter Classes Kim & John Motuz
Albert & Edith Parsons

Minnedosa
Gull’s Rest – a B & B Garth & Linda Braun
Alan & Barb Dalrymple
Sunday,
July 8th
Grant & Jean Olenick
Iishi Gardens at the Minnedosa Library Lions Club
10 a.m. Heavy Horse Admission will be $5.00 which will be a map of the designated gardens CONGRATULATIONS
Hitch Classes and yards. Refreshments will be served at some places.
The maps will be sold in advance at Inspire Studio and the Kirk Saler $500
Minnedosa Library or on the day of the tour at the Iishi Gardens.
Canteen Visitors will have an opportunity to enter a draw at Neil Cameron /Jean Garbolinsky $300
on each garden for $25.00 of Minnedosa Money.
John Burgess $200
grounds WINNERS OF THE June 2018
Minnedosa Agricultural Society Grounds
6th Avenue N.W. (turn west at Dari Isle)
LIONS 200 CLUB DRAW
RF 281
(16-2)
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Over $2,000 Raised for Food Bank Campaign So Far

Photos submitted

Minnedosa and Area Food Bank volunteer,


Carol Brown accepts donations from
(L-R) Sherrilou Pollon (UCT), Victor Lamb
and Breanne Saler (TCS LS!N) and
Heather Abel (Husky Energy).

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M innedosa and Area Food Bank is participating in


the “Every Plate Full” summer campaign as hun-
ger doesn’t take a break for the summer. The local Food
Bank has already received some generous donations!
Minnedosa UCT has donated $300, the TCS LS!N
group has donated $1,000 and Husky Energy donated
$2,000. We are very fortunate to have so much support
for our foodbank!
To continue with our campaign, please watch for the
donation containers placed in various businesses Fun
Fest weekend and August long weekend. Throw in your
extra change to help us keep “every plate full” this sum-
mer!
The Minnedosa and Area Food bank is very grateful
for all the support we get from our community and sur-
rounding area! We couldn’t do this without you!

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4-Hers Revamp Beach Checkerboard


Ye O l d By DARRYL HOLYK

T
b
he old worn inground

r i
checkerboard at the

T
beach received a much-
needed facelift this week
thanks to a group of 4-H
students. There is cur-
rently a 4-H club to club
exchange happening
1888 – Train tickets representing 12,921 miles were between members of
sold at Minnedosa during the month of June. Minnedosa 4-H For Teens
and Summerside District
1898 - Not far from Basswood, one day last week, a 4-H Clubs. This year, there
seven-year-old boy was drowned while attempting to are a total of 26 4-H clubs
drive some cattle which he was assisting to herd, out of a participating in the club to
slough in which they had gone to drink. club exchange.
During their visit to
Minnedosa, the Summer-
1908 – A.G. Watts advertises his services for painting, side group assisted in a
graining and paper hanging.
Hands to Larger Service
program through 4-H Can-
1918 – An alarm of fire Saturday morning took the bri- ada. Through the Com- Photo by Darryl Holyk
gade to the Valley Lumber Co. yard where a small blaze munities Learning aspect 4-H members add fresh paint to the old beach checkerboard.
was discovered in the workshop. Fortunately it was extin- of the program, the 4-Hers
guished quickly. donated time working on on Tuesday. Previously, lynne Sheffield from Nova The storage box holding
a worthwhile community the Minnedosa Fire De- Scotia and Jessica Norman the checkers will be un-
project. partment pressure washed from Alberta, taped off the locked during the day.
1928 – Signs directing tourists to the camp at Minnedo- Refurbishment of the the surface. The students, checkerboard squares and So feel free to head down
sa Lake have been placed at many parts of the town. under the guidance of carefully painted them to the beach and enjoy
old outdoor checkboard at
the beach was underway Youth Service Leaders Ky- black and red. For the a game of outdoor, over-
1938 – Minnedosa experienced its first robbery in checkers, a 4-H parent cut sized checkers! The game

New Opportunities
months Saturday night when thieves broke into the Man- wooden discs which were is located just south east of
itoba Pool elevator office and escaped with cheques to- also painted in black and the Pavilion and with the
talling $465. red. The group also added fresh coat of bright paint,

1958 – Dr. Stevenson has returned home after almost


For Those With Dementia a handy checker storage
box near the inground
you can’t miss it.
The recent work com-
checker board. pleted by the 4-H partici-
two years away from his practice as Minnedosa’s munici- SUBMITTED
The new, refurbished pants is a true example
pal doctor. Last Monday, the doctor left Dublin where he
community checkerboard of 4-H Canada’s motto,
had been working on a medical fellowship, doing post-
graduate medical work. O n June 26th, the Minnedosa 50+ Activity Centre
hosted an information session and dance demon-
stration for a new program coming to Minnedosa in Sep-
will be available for any-
one to use at no charge.
“Learn to Do by Doing.”

tember of 2018 for people living with dementia and their


1968 – One of the most scenic drives in rural Manitoba caregivers.
will be right here when the by-pass is completed. Work is
Julie Hockley, the Senior Manager of Regional Ser-
proceeding rapidly on the railway underpass at the north
vices for the Alzheimer Society spoke about the signs of
end of the valley.
symptoms of dementia. “People with dementia can live
well,” she said, “especially when there are programs and
1978 – Strathclair United Church celebrated its 25th services that recognize their abilities.”
Anniversary which included a service with a special an- Dr. Rachel Herron, a Canada Research Chair at
niversary hymn and the dedication of a new organ. Brandon University, spoke about a new program that

Dr. Derek Papegnies


is being developed and delivered remotely by Canada’s
1988 – The unveiling of a cairn commemorating the National Ballet School called sharing dance for seniors.
former site of the Crawford Park Store and Post Office, The program was piloted in Brandon in the winter.
topped off the 40th anniversary of Camp Wannakumbac She said, “Our research so far is showing that this pro-
on Sunday. gram can provide important opportunities for people OPTOMETRIST
living with dementia to socialize with others in the com-
munity. Too often, people living with dementia struggle
1998 – Local RCMP are considering laying charges with isolation, particularly in rural areas.” Community
against a Brandon motor boat owner after it collided with members who joined the information session had lots of 129-2nd Avenue S.W., Minnedosa, MB
a kayak on Minnedosa Lake last week. The 14-year-old interest in the new program, which bodes well for the fall FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL:
kayaker received minor injuries in the collision. pilot. 204-867-2455

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Donna Pearson Retires After Fulfilling Career With RRSD


By Hillary Miller Assistant and held that in her garden, and spend
position throughout her more time with her fam-

D onna Pearson, an
employee of 47 years
with the Rolling River
entire 47 years. In addi-
tion, from time to time, she
would move through vari-
ily – especially her grand-
children. While she has no
major travel plans, Donna
School Division has of- ous departments within concedes that now she will
ficially retired. Friday, the School Division. finally have the time to
June 29th was her last day Throughout her time start thinking about that as
of work, and she will be with Rolling River, she has a possible option. She also
missed by her colleagues. overseen many changes. has a part-time job with
Pearson started at the Pearson noted that the Prairie Mountain Health,
RRSD in 1971, when its ad- biggest change she has so she will continue with
ministrative offices were witnessed has been the that, and will spend her
located on the South West changes in staff and the winters watching curling.
side of Main Street in the different duties that have As Pearson lives in Neepa-
building currently occu- become associated with wa, she has spent many
pied by The Adult Learning her role. Additionally, she years and put on many
Centre and YRESS. How- cited the constant change miles commuting to and
ever, she only worked there in technology and the up- from Minnedosa for work.
for a few months, before grading of computer sys- Not having that daily com-
offices was moved to its tems as one of the biggest mute, especially in winter
next location, on the South challenges she has faced. is something she is defi-
East corner of Main Street “There have been so many nitely looking forward to.
and 3rd Avenue S.E., where changes, I can’t even begin Pearson will truly miss
she spent most of her ca- to list them all,” she said. the many people she has Photo by Hillary Miller
reer before the move to the In her retirement, worked with within the
new administration offices Donna noted she does not Rolling River School Divi- after close to five decades with the rolling river School Division,
on Armitage Avenue a few have any major plans at sion family over the years. Donna Pearson officially retired at the end of June.
years ago. this time. “I get to relax,” “I’ll miss them, and I’ll
Donna began her ca- she said. She hopes to miss my work – it’s been
reer as an Administrative have time to sleep in, work fulfilling,” she concluded.

12,000 At Countryfest
Congrats to 2018 Grads!
The Minnedosa & District Foundation extends congratulations to
Adam Stemmer, son of Pam and Olaf Stemmer, recipient of the
Minnedosa & District Foundation “Verna Averill Scholarship”,
awarded to an M.C.I. Grad intending to pursue a career in
Teaching. Adam will be attending Canadian Coast Guard College to
become a navigation officer.
Congratulations to Nolan Bailey, son of Christine Bailey and
Dan Bailey, recipient of the Minnedosa & District Foundation “Shawn
Cooper Memorial Scholarship”. Nolan was chosen as a student
exhibiting strong characteristics of friendly and courteous treatment of
others, a willingness to be involved in the community and a focus and
devotion to family. Presented by Cheryl Cooper.

Congratulations to Julia Usick, daughter of Gloria Usick,


recipient of the “Dr. A. S. Khandelwal Scholarship”, in honour of Mrs.
A.S. Khandelwal. awarded to a student pursuing a career in the Health
Services, and obtaining 80% or more in 2 - Grade XII - 40 level Sciences.
Julia plans to study pre-nursing at Brandon University.
Photo by Elizabeth Burton

A number of local country music fans


made their annual pilgrimage to
Dauphin last weekend for the 29th annual
man had gone missing from the festival
site Saturday afternoon and was located
deceased by searchers Tuesday. Six mem-
Congratulations to Camryn Veitch, daughter of Kerry and Trevor Veitch,
recipient of the “Dr. A. S. Khandelwal Scholarship”, a RRSD award.
Dauphin’s Countryfest. This year’s festival bers of the Minnedosa Volunteer Fire De- Awarded to a student pursuing a career in the Health Services. Camryn
included over 54 musical acts on various partment joined a search party of about will be attending the University of Manitoba to get her Bachelor of Science
stages throughout the June 28th to July fifty people looking for the missing festival towards Optometry.
1st festival. Included in that lineup were goer.
some of the biggest names in country mu- Canada’s longest running country
sic today – Eric Church, Aaron Goodvin, music festival was first held in 1990 and The Board of the Minnedosa & District Foundation congratulates these,
Dallas Smith, High Valley and Canadian has grown to be the premiere outdoor and all 2018 graduates.
Country Music Hall of Famer, Paul Brandt, festival for country music fans. With this
just to name a few. year’s festival now wrapped up, organiz-
An estimated 12,000 people attended
this year’s Countryfest, which tragically
ers are already working on the 30th anni-
versary edition of Dauphin’s Countryfest
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Newdale News
By Raven’s Glen WI 4-H Council Award, Strath- Strathclair School, for erage Award went to Lexy gratulations to all passing now closed for the summer
clair Lioness Award, New- being small, has fantastic Waddell. Grade 8 High Av- students on even more months and will resume

C ongratulations
Newdale’s grade 12
to

graduates: Danielle Clark,


dale Centennial Bursary,
Cook Memorial Scholar-
ship, Shoal Lake Phar-
sponsors who provide the
graduates with and amaz-
ing $35,000 in awards!
erage Award went to Jorja
Pedersen, she also shared
the Top Middle Years Fe-
success in the upcoming
year. Now it’s time to enjoy
summer and maybe that
services after the Septem-
ber long weekend. We
again will be having our
Kristi Morris, Ryan Ped- macy Award and shared We wish all the gradu- male Athlete Award with first real job! That pays real guest Ministers along with
ersen and Colin Dutchak. the Bob McTavish Bursary ates great success in their Montana McDonald. The money! our own willing members
The first three were all along with Michaela Kry- future studies. We also Most Improved Middle We send special birth- providing services. Please
named to the Stracthclair shewsky. Kristi received wish Mr. Mark Geekie suc- Years Female Athlete was day wishes to Shirley plan on joining us as all are
Community School Hon- the Senior Female Athlete cess as he becomes the shared by Dusty Kawchuk Switzer of Brandon who welcome!
our Society with 80+ aver- Award, Strathclair Lions Principal of Shoal Lake and Lexy Waddell. Most celebrates her birthday to- These rains must have
ages and they also shared Club Award, The Schulich School and Ms. Bobbi Improved Middle Years day, July 6th. We wish you hit most areas now, so a
in the J.H. Brook Scholar- Leader Nominee Award, Lynn Geekie who will take Male Athlete award went many more Shirley. nice dry warm July will see
ship ($6,100). Ryan also the Chown Award ($1,000), over as Principal of Strath- to Aaron Lott. The Grade 9 Hope everyone en- crops and gardens flour-
received the CUPE 3037 G. Fred Hume Scholarship clair School. Proficiency Award went to joyed Canada Day. With ish. A number of Fairs are
Award and Colin Dutchak ($5,000). Kristie and Dani- On June 25th, the Ethan Lott. The Most Im- so many celebrations tak- coming up so there should
received the RTM Award. elle shared in the South Strathclair Communi- proved Female and Male ing place around our area be some good garden pro-
Danielle received the Wick Parkland Area 4-H Council ty School Grade 7 to 11 Athlete Awards went to you could certainly have a duce and flower displays.
Award for high average in Recognition Award with students received their Chelsea Dutchak and Ty- wonderful day, wonderful
grades 9-12 (95%) and the Michaela and they shared awards. The following son Kawchuk. The Grade food and watch the fire-
Governor General’s Medal. the Park West School Divi- Newdale students received 11 High Average Award works somewhere!
She received the Manitoba sion Award. honours. Grade 7 High Av- went to Tyler Dalke. Con- Newdale Church is

Requirement Changes for Bovine TB Testing of Manitoba Cattle


sUBMITTeD Beef Producers (MBP). ing of their animals. This these Manitoba breed- “It is gratifying to see feed supplies and the use
This requirement was re- USDA decision recognizes ing cattle and bison is no the hard work of the many of livestock guardian dogs.

T he removal of a fed-
eral United States De-
partment of Agriculture
moved as of July 1st, 2018.
This is a tremendous
win for the beef produc-
the decades of hard work
undertaken by MBP and
producers on the bovine
longer required. Bovine
tuberculosis had been
detected in livestock and
partners finally rewarded,”
said Dr. Allan Preston,
Bovine Tuberculosis Co-
MBP has also worked with
many other stakehold-
ers to address this issue,
(USDA) requirement that ers of Manitoba. For many TB issue and is very good wildlife around the Rid- ordinator. “Manitoba had including: Parks Canada,
required breeding cattle years producers in the Rid- news for our sector, said ing Mountain National its last case of bovine tu- Manitoba Sustainable De-
and bison from Manitoba ing Mountain Eradication MBP President Ben E. Fox.  Park area, resulting in the berculosis in 2008 – a long velopment, Agriculture
be tested for bovine tuber- Area have borne a heavy It is a testament to the establishment of the Rid- ten years later, the USDA and Agri-food Canada,
culosis pre-export is wel- cost in the yearly muster- diligence of the produc- ing Mountain Eradication has recognized our TB free Manitoba Agriculture,
come news to Manitoba ing and surveillance test- ers in the RMEA, as well as Area (RMEA).  Herds in status and all federal US First Nations and the Man-
the efforts of many other Manitoba were subject to restrictions on Manitoba itoba Wildlife Federation.
stakeholders that we have surveillance testing, which breeding stock moving into These measures will con-
achieved this long sought- stressed the animals and the US have been lifted. My tinue to reduce the risk of
after result. placed them at risk for in- hat is off especially to the interaction with wildlife
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This USDA decision jury. The CFIA recognizes dedicated cattle produc- that could carry bovine TB.
is a result of the Canadian Manitoba’s domestic live- ers in the Riding Mountain While the USDA pre-
Food Inspection Agency’s stock herd has been free Eradication Area whose export testing requirement
detailed case outlining of this disease for several efforts have made this TB has been lifted, individual
why pre-export testing for years. freedom a reality.” American states continue
The presence of bo- to have their own state-
vine TB has also required level bovine tuberculo-
producers to take special sis testing requirements.
MINNEDOSA GOLF CLUB biosecurity measures to
prevent the spread of the
Producers are advised to
check with appropriate
Minnedosa Golf Club disease from deer and elk. authorities in the United
Expansion Committee These measures include States prior to shipping
Cash Calendar Draw Winners barrier fencing to protect their cattle for export.
for the Month of June 2018
Lottery License #MGCC3945RF
Dennis Haverstock
Ted Clarke
$50
$30 Cadurcis News
Gary Charles $30
Tyler Saler $30 By DoReen TRoTT We are pleased to hear
that Muriel McManus is
Lisa Letain $30
$20 Winners A number from the area
attended a delicious
50th anniversary supper
making satisfactory prog-
ress in Rivers. We hope
that she will soon be back
• Shauna Sotas-Burton • Wes Lewis
in honour of Elvin and to her energetic self.
• Mdsa Food Bank • Dax Nelson
Linda Birch in Minnedosa Last week, part of the
• Vern Phillips • Lorraine Reid
on Saturday evening. Con- area had the misfortune
• Guy Gauthier • Adam Reid
gratulations to the bride to suffer hail damage in a
• Susan Gogal • Michael & Katharina
and groom of half a cen- storm that blew in.
• Jim Dyck Kingdon
tury ago. Jim and Nancy Greer
• Maureen Snedden • Tim & Jodi McFadden
Congratulations also attended a Canada Day
• Sharon Jaska • Wayne Charles
to Rob and Joan Trott of barbecue at the Phillips
• Don Murray • Jane McKerrell
Hamiota on the arrival of a farm at Tremaine. There
• Cory & Victoria Brown • Curt Allen
new granddaughter. Proud were guests from Ontario
• Kevin Marcino • Ron Ramsey
new parents are Devon all the way to Saskatoon,
• Josh Butler • Darren & Carla Grills
and Amber English of Ha- SK.
• Dunc & Brenda Shorrock • Bob Boland
miota.
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Sandy Lake News Basswood News


By diane Bachewich Collegiate. They are the twin Sympathy is extended to and their children Anna, By Zelda FirBy
sons of Melanie Michalchuk. Steve and Janice Dmyterko Sam and Natalie of Winni-

T he July 1st Canada Day


long weekend was well
celebrated with lots of camp-
Ronald and Lucy Men-
dro are spending a few days
in Flin Flon where Ron will
on the passing of Janice’s
nephew Jeff Richard of Win-
nipeg.
peg spent the Canada long
weekend with Leonard and
Pam Lewandoski. Anna is
C ongratulations to Elvin and Linda Birch
on their 50th wedding anniversary on July
13th. A celebration was held on Saturday at son
ers at our campgrounds and be doing some Northern Darrell and Sheila Kind- staying with grandma and Mark’s home in Minnedosa with family, rela-
friends and relatives. The fishing and Lucy will be at- rat of Fort Smith, NWT have grandpa for a week’s holi- tives and friends. Home for the occasion was
lions pancake breakfast on tending a pie making bee. arrived here for the summer day. daughter Kim Lautamus of Canmore, AB and
Sunday, July 1st was a huge The Sandy Lake pier holidays. Sadie Rystephanuk who her daughter Kate Lynn of Naniamo, BC and
turn out on a beautiful July project is now complete. The swimming lessons is now living with his mother members of Linda’s family from Alberta and
morning. The pancakes and Phase two was started in have started at the beach at Lovettsville, Virginia and Saskatchewan.
sausages were a big hit with 2017 but funds were limited with 46 eager little swimmers is working and doing fine. Best wishes to Diane Harrington on her
watermelon to top it off and and only half of the dock registered for the lessons. Visiting over the long move to Brandon. Diane and late husband Bob
once the breakfast was over could be completed. Last Sheryl Dadey of Winnipeg weekend with Ken and Dar- along with their daughter moved to Basswood
then the rain came down. week the Committee was once again the instructor. lene Porter were James and a number of years ago and while leaving here
Congratulations to Mat- finally able to install the Gerald and Deloris Ko- Shelly Hurd of Vernon, BC Diane was an active member of the community
thew and Noah Michalchuk second dock. The new pier rocil of Winnipeg visited they also visited with Aunty and will be missed.
who were the only two stu- features solar LED lighting with their dad Donald Koro- Helen Derhak at the Per- A warm welcome is extended to Bradley
dents from Sandy Lake who and room to dock up to eight sil at the nursing home. sonal Care Home and with Burnside and Sausha Clym who have purchased
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Blooming Colour Displayed At Peony Show


By Hillary Miller

T he annual Peony
Show, hosted by the
Minnedosa Horticultural
Society was held at the
Ukrainian Hall on the af-
ternoon of Thursday, June
28th.
The entries were
staged from 8:30 a.m. until
10:30 a.m., with the show
open to the viewing public
from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m.
This year’s show fea-
tured 135 exhibits from
11 exhibitors who showed
their peonies and flower
Photo by Hillary Miller
arrangements. Albert
Parsons, president of the Photo by Hillary Miller
Minnedosa Horticultural
Society, said that there was quality of exhibits that day. said. violets on display,” he said.
a good crowd of people Parsons noted that due Parsons, who once As expected, the 2018 edi-
who attended the after- to the hot weather this again was noted by judges tion of the Peony Show
noon tea, and provided do- spring and summer, many for many of his beautiful did not disappoint and
nations toward the group. of the peonies had already and unique entries, also the Ukrainian Hall was
These donations assist the bloomed before the show, provided specific mention full of colour and summer
Horticultural Society in so there were fewer peony for some of his fellow ex- cheer. The flowers on dis-
covering expenses related entries this year than in hibitors’ displays. “Max- play were truly stunning
to hosting the show. previous years. “I think ine Laws had some lovely and something that each
The judge for the 2018 people enjoy coming to Iris’, Donna Hall had a exhibitor should be very
Peony Show was Sharon see the blooms and other lovely Delphinium Spike, proud of.
Wolstenholme, from Riv- exhibits, and they certainly and long-time exhibitor,
ers, who reported a high enjoy visiting at the tea,” he Audrah Caughell, had her
Photo by Hillary Miller

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Johnson Crook Plays Manitoba Gigs


By Hillary Miller third year playing Dau- shared the stage with the
phin’s Countryfest as John- band The Middle Coast –

J ohnson Crook, known


for their song “Minnedo-
sa”, was back in Manitoba
son Crook. Trevor noted
that over the past three
years, they have played all
good friends of theirs, and
another Manitoba band.
The Middle Coast even
last week! The four-mem- three of the festivals stages, came on during Johnson
ber band, two of whom are including the main stage. Crook’s set to play a few
from Minnedosa, played The band consid- songs together, which the
Dauphin’s Countryfest on ers themselves a country band members felt was a
Sunday night, and then band, but Crook said they highlight of the show for
played in Brandon at the lean in more of a south- them.
North 40 on Tuesday, July ern, roots rock direction. Another highlight of
3rd. “We’ve been compared to the show, at least for the
The band consists of bands like the Eagles and Crook brothers, is “being
Trevor Crook (drums) and The Band, that both focus back and seeing how peo-
Nathan Crook (lead guitar) on strong four-part harmo- ple in Manitoba truly love
– brothers from Minnedo- nies,” he said. music and love to have a
sa, Noel Johnson (vocals) The band feels that good time. Playing Cana-
from Cochrane, AB, and the show at Country- da Day is also a lot of fun.
Jared Craig (bass) from fest was very successful. It’s great seeing the crowd
Greensburg, Pennsylvania. They headlined the Credit be patriotic and singing
This was the band’s Union Corral Stage, and along.” Photo by Heather Horner
Unlike some of the
other acts at Countryfest
Johnson Crook, featuring Nathan Crook on lead guitar (l), Trevor Crook

Fun Fest Ready To Roll this year, Johnson Crook on drums (C) and vocalist Noel Johnson (r) perform during
was fortunate enough to their set at Dauphin’s Countryfest Sunday night.
have good weather for their

A s today’s edition of The Tribune hits the streets, the show. “It was supposed to don so, “the 40 always much as possible, as they ing local talent come back
2018 Fun Fest is getting ready to kick off with the Kid- rain, but it seemed to blow brings back good memo- have so many great songs to the area, and a number
dies Parade Friday morning. The big, Chamber of Com- past us,” Crook said. ries.” They had the op- that they love to share with of Johnson Crook fans and
merce Parade is set to roll tomorrow morning (Saturday) As for their show in portunity to play there two people – but they always supporters from Minnedo-
and at press time, had over 50 registered entries. Enjoy all Brandon, the Crook broth- years ago. make sure to throw in the sa were able to get to at
the many activities taking place in our community this ers both spend, some time The group tries to ‘fan favourites’ as well. least one of their two re-
weekend.There are a lot of great things happening! in the past living in Bran- change up their set as It is always great hav- cent shows in the area.

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10 Friday, July 6, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Removing Bathtub Rings And Hairspray Build-up


with either baking soda hours it was browning. The out that if you program the liquid sit for one hour.
or washing soda and bo- best part is you don’t have the unit to heat for an even Wipe the microwave with a
Solutions and rax. Wet and scrub until to worry about it raining number (say 40 seconds), generous amount of vine-
Substitutions the tub is clean. Rinse and
dry with a rag. For tough
after application because
the baking soda just soaks
it will stop with the cup
at the front with the cup
gar and a few drops of lem-
on juice. Dry the micro-
By stains apply 3% hydrogen in and continues to work. handle within easy reach... wave and unplug it. Stuff
REENA NERBAS peroxide/baking soda or
cream of tartar and 3%
Lori and un-even number (say
45 seconds) and it will stop
the microwave with A LOT
of crumpled up newspa-
hydrogen peroxide. Put Re: Solution for heat with the cup at the back per. The ink in newspaper
cream of tartar in a bowl marks on wood (too far for her to reach, will absorb any remaining
Dear Reena, step is to clean the wall and drip in hydrogen per- Here is a remedy and with the handle fac- odor. Leave newspaper
Can you please tell me with shampoo, diluted in oxide until you have a thick for a heat or moisture ing away from her!) Who for at least a few days. Re-
how to remove built-up warm water. Another won- paste. Apply the paste to marked wooden table. would have guesse? Dave move the newspaper. Store
hairspray from my hair? derful option: apply shav- the stained area and let Any professional furni- a bowl of baking soda in
Ingrid ing cream to the stained dry; scrub away the dried ture/antique restorer will When food burns in your microwave when not
area. Leave for five min- paste and watch the eye make a paste of ashes and the microwave, your best in use.
Dear Ingrid, utes and scrub. soar disappear. For really water rub it in, and the bet is to overpower the
Typically, shampoo tough stains use, Iron Out mark will be gone. Lori burnt smell with a pleas- Note: Every user as-
is the best solution for re- Dear Reena, according to the directions ant aroma. In a microwave sumes all risks of injury
moving hairspray from I would love to know on the bottle. Solutions for Life’s safe bowl combine wa- or damage resulting from
hair. For a deep cleaning what to use to remove a Little Frustrations ter and a few teaspoons the implementation of
treatment, add 2 tbsp. bak- bathtub ring. Lorraine Feedback from Wise of vanilla for baking. The any suggestions in this
ing soda to the amount of Contributor Here’s a microwave more vanilla, the stronger column. Test all products
shampoo that you are us- Dear Lorraine, ‘hack’ that my wife taught the smell. Put the bowl in- on an inconspicuous area
ing. Scrub into hair, leave Clean the bathtub on Re: Recipe for Killing me. 95% of our microwave side the microwave, and first.
for 15 minutes. and rinse a regular basis. You may Moss usage is to warm up cof- set the microwave to cook
with water. need to wash out the bath- You recently printed fee. Our unit is combined until the vanilla boils over Reena Nerbas is a popu-
Extra Tip: To remove tub weekly or more often, a recipe to kill moss. Bak- with a range hood, and it’s and flows into the cracks lar motivational presenter for
hairspray from walls use depending on how often ing soda is all you need. quite high .... and my wife and corners of the micro- large and small groups; check
out her website: reena.ca. Ask
rubbing alcohol and a it is used. While wearing I had it all over my yard is quite short. Our micro- wave (where the foul odor
a question or share a tip at re-
scrubby pad. If this does gloves, sprinkle a damp- last year and I sprinkled wave has a turntable, and is coming from). When
ena.ca
not do the trick, your next ened green abrasive cloth it on the moss and within my wife somehow figured the microwave stops, let

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EMPLOYMENT
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HELP WANTED OBITUARIES

KERRY LEIGH PARROTT


May 25th, 1959 – June 29th, 2018

EF MOON is a second gen- Peacefully in her sleep,


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Company founded in 1962 and Kerry Leigh Parrott (nee Ritchie)
located in Portage La Prairie passed away at the age of 59, on
Manitoba.
We are currently seeking expe-
Elevator Location Manager Position- Newdale, MB Friday, June 29th, 2018.
rienced, goal oriented individu- Kerry was born in Dau-
als for immediate employment The successful candidate for this position will have excellent phin, Manitoba on May 25th,
in a number of areas: leadership qualities. Must be organized, a team player, and a 1959. She was raised and attended
Class 1 drivers, supervisors,
skilled laborers, sewer & water team leader. Must have excellent communication skills, with school in Neepawa, Manitoba and
personnel, excavator, dozer, grad-
fellow employees, senior management, and customers enjoyed going to the family farm in
er, rock truck, loader and packer Roblin, Manitoba, along with many
operators. alike. Must be willing to take direction, have agricultural, and family trips, which usually involved fish-
We offer competitive wages,
comprehensive benefits plan, ideally, experience in the grain industry. Must be willing to take ing. Kerry attended school in Neepawa start-
Safety training and a hostile
free work environment.
training offered to expand knowledge. Experience in the use of ing at HMK, Viscount, and completing at NACI.
Excel, Word and Outlook beneficial. Ability to learn and adapt After high school, she took her nursing in Brandon, becoming a Registered Nurse. Kerry worked
Requirements are: minimum
class 5 driver’s license, positive as a RN in Neepawa at East View Lodge, then in Prince George, BC, as an ICU Nurse for a time.
work attitude, able to work well
to computer software and related programs essential. Some Finishing her career back in Neepawa with East View Lodge and Country Meadows.
with others or alone, safety ori- mechanical ability an asset. Any training necessary will be While living in Franklin, Manitoba, her finest work was raising her four children and watch-
ented, work extensive summer
hours including some week- provided. ing and spending time with her eight grandchildren. Kerry enjoyed spending time with her
ends, work away from home, family, winding down the night with board games, a good day of fishing at Rossman Lake, watch-
pass a drug and alcohol test. Candidates may apply to: ing a good thunderstorm with coffee in hand. She enjoyed her dogs she had throughout her life
If you are interested in joining
a well-established and grow-
Delmar Commodities Ltd. and crocheting all sorts of items for kids and grandchildren in her down time.
ing company with room for Attn: Human Resources Predeceased by her father, Walter Ritchie, she is survived by her mother Elizabeth, the love
advancement, please visit
us at 1200 Lorne Ave. E. in 2-915 Navigator Rd. of her life, her husband Murray, her children Ronald, Stephen (April), and their children Grace
Portage La Prairie, MB to fill Elizabeth, Evie Truly, and Claire April, William (Saundra) and their children Josie Darling, Ella
out an application, apply online Winkler, MB Belle, Miles William, and Gus Frederick, Amy (Bryan) and their child Lulu Rey. Kerry is also sur-
at www.efmoon.ca, or email a R6W 0L7 vived by her sister Sheila (Bruce Bremner), brother Donald Ritchie as well as many nieces and
resume to toddt@efmoon.ca
Or email: HR@delmarcommodities.com nephews.
Fax: 204-331-3704 A Celebration was held on Wednesday, July 4, 2018 at the Franklin Memorial Hall. In lieu of
LAND FOR SALE Delmar offers a competitive salary and benefits package.
donations in memory of Kerry, the family requests a kind gesture be made to a friend or neigh-
bour. Expressions of sympathy may be made at www.memorieschapel.com. Arrangements with
(17-2)
Memories Chapel, Brandon 204-727-0330.
PrairieSky Royalty Ltd. Minnedosa Home Hardware
is a publicly-traded company AGNES BAKER
currently has the following
in Calgary that acquires oil May 20th, 1916 – June 27th, 2018
and gas fee title and royalty Full-time opportunities
interests at fair market value. Sales Associate Surrounded by the love of her family, Agnes Elizabeth
To receive a cash offer, call Margaret Baker (nee Finnie), peacefully entered into her eternal
587-293-4008 or visit www. & rest at the age of 102 years. Agnes was born in Elphinstone, MB to
prairiesky.com/Selling-Your- Cashier John and Mary Finnie. She was one of eight children.
Royalties. She attended United College, and the “Normal School” in
Sucessful candidates will have:
Brandon. While she was teaching at Crocus Hills School she met
• A friendly and helpful attitude
MISCELLANEOUS towards customers
Jim Baker, the love of her life and her husband of 65 years. Togeth-
er, they farmed in the Cameron district.
• Excellent communication skills The couple had a daughter, Marian, and eventually moved
Let us be thankful for the • Willingness to learn to Minnedosa where they lived for the rest of their lives. Their home
institution of the Christian • Prior retail experience beneficial was a welcoming place and Agnes was always happy when children
Sabbath. It is a thing wherein We offer competitive wages, benefit package, were around! The highlight of Agnes’ life was the arrival of their
God has shown His mercy to training & educational opportunities, a great grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
us and His care for our souls. working environment, and we are always closed Following Jim’s death in 2005, Agnes continued to live in her home until she was 96 years of
He shows that He, by His in- Sundays. age, before taking up residence at the Minnedosa Personal Care Home. She very much enjoyed
finite wisdom, is contriving her six and one-half years at the care home, and her family is very thankful to all there for the
for our good as Christ teach- If you are interested in joining our team, wonderful care she received.
es us that the Sabbath was drop off your resume to: Agnes was predeceased by her parents, John and Mary Finnie, her siblings John, Sandy, Bill,
made for man. It was made Minnedosa Home Hardware Charlie, George, Cecil and Alice, as well as a still born daughter, Ewan May. She is survived by
for the profit and comfort of 37 Main St. North her daughter Marian (Vince) Goldstone; granddaughters Elisabeth Adam (Andrew) and Victoria
our souls. Jonathan Edwards Minnedosa, MB Bass (David Godin), grandson Nicholas Bass (April Crowter); step-granddaughter Tracy Gold-
1703-1753 AD. Please visit our stone, step-grandson Marty Goldstone (Kristan Taylor), great grandsons Dylan Everett, Kipling
website www.clda.ca Adam; great step-grandsons Kade Goldstone, Karsen Goldstone, Easton Goldstone and Caden
Looking for a full time cook to be working at RD’s On Main Crowter; great step-granddaughters Ryan Goldstone, Addison Goldstone, and Ava Crowter.
in Minnedosa. The right applicant will be paid $17.50 per hour. She is also survived by two sisters-in-law Dort Patterson and Helen Finnie, as well as numerous
STEEL BUILDINGS The applicant must have two year’s experience in cooking and nieces, nephews, extended family and many friends.
should be an expert in continental cooking. Please drop off re- Agnes lived a long, fulfilling life. She was strong, determined, and feisty. We know she is
sume in person at 9 Main St. N. or via email rdsonmain@gmail. happy to be united once again with Jim, and we celebrate the blessing of her wonderful life. Rest
STEEL BUILDING com. (48-25) x well Agnes. We will always love you.
CLEARANCE ... “SUMMER Funeral service took place in the Minnedosa United Church with interment following in the
OVERSTOCK SALE - BLAZ- Minnedosa Child Care is currently seeking a creative and Minnedosa Cemetery.
ING HOT DEALS!” 20x21 enthusiastic individual for the position of Early Childhood Edu- Messages of condolence may be placed at www.minnedosafs.ca
$5,845. 25x27 $6,588. 30x31 cator. We are seeking an individual with above average verbal Minnedosa Funeral Service in care of arrangements.
$9,564. 33x35 $9,833. 35x35 and written communications, interpersonal skills, ability to
$11,955. End Wall Included. multi-task, proficient time management and organizational
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must have a current First Aid and CPR certificate. Minnedosa to so many. Thank you for and your good cooks for the A simple Classified
Child Care offers a Pension Plan, Group Insurance, paid pro- the prayers, mass offerings, kindness shown to me dur-
gramming time, paid sick time and mental health days. Position
ad starts at
phone calls, cards, visits at ing my stay at the hospi-
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2018. For more questions or to apply, contact Teresa Guillas at while I’m recovering from Hyndman. TRY ONE TODAY!
204-867-3313 or minnedosachildcare@wcgwave.ca (16-2) x heart surgery. Thank you for
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Gourmet Picnic Ideas for Summer Too many family pic- experience. If carbohy- variety of sliced meats like cussion with my students.
nic gatherings are bom- drates are a concern, let- salami and capicolli with a Firstly, if you are boiling
Cooking barded with the consist-
ently usual potato salads
tuce leaves also work great
as salad holders.
complimenting cheese like
provolone and/or shav-
your potatoes, try steam-
ing them instead. Potatoes
With and coleslaws. However,
no matter what salad you
That brings our con-
versation to the next com-
ings of parmissiano reg-
giano. Continue to fill the
being boiled will take on
excess unnecessary water,
CHEF DEZ choose, it will require
some assembly, so one is
mon picnic item - sand-
wiches. Instead of peanut
bread with gourmet olives,
sundried tomatoes, capers,
and water has no flavour. If
you insist on boiling, then
better off expending that butter and jelly or egg sal- fresh basil and oregano, at least make sure that the
energy by making some- ad, why not make Italian salt, fresh cracked pepper, water is liberally salted so

H ow many people are


tired of the same old
picnic items? Do mem-
catessen counter will be
able to provide you with a
number of small cheeses
thing different. The varia-
tions of salads are endless.
pressed sandwiches filled
with a variety of Mediter-
and some extra-virgin olive
oil. Put the top of the bread
the potatoes will become
seasoned as they boil.
A quick and easy way is ranean meats, cheeses, back on, seal it tightly with The most important
ories of bland potato sal- and specialty meats. While to create one from the in- and complimentary fla- plastic wrap and refriger- thing to do however is
ads and boring sandwich- you are there pick up an gredients you already have vours. This is not as hard as ate overnight with a cut- “taste” the salad. Dressings
es persuade you to buy fast assortment of fruit like in your fridge and pantry. it sounds, as it is made in a ting board and some heavy are usually prepared separ-
food or, worse yet, keep you grapes, pears, and local If you don’t have the con- large loaf and then cut into cans placed on top of it to ately and then mixed with
locked indoors? Whether fresh berries, along with fidence to go this far, then individual sandwiches. To press it all together com- the bland potatoes. People
it’s a romantic picnic for some gourmet crackers blow some dust off the ease the preparation, pur- bining the flavours. are very careful to taste
two or a family outing, easy and pepper jelly. Wash the cookbooks you have piling chase a large Ciabatta loaf   their dressings in progress,
to prepare gourmet ideas fruit but leave everything up and try something you from the bakery counter. Dear Chef Dez, and adjust the seasonings
will liven-up your picnic else in it’s original store have never made before. Cut it in half length-wise   I always find potato as needed, but we forget
basket for this summer. packaging. You will want to Whatever salad you choose and hollow out the ma- salads bland. Any sugges- to taste the salad once it
One of the simplest pack a small cutting board, to prepare, pita pockets are jority of the center while tions? is combined. Always taste
things to pack for a ro- a couple of sharp knives the perfect item to serve keeping the shape of the  Stephanie T. and adjust the seasonings
mantic picnic for two is a and, if legally feasible, a them in. They will elim- outside crust in tact. You   in anything you make, just
fruit and cheese assort- bottle of wine. If wine is inate the need for paper should be able to put the Dear Stephanie: before you are serving it so
ment, as there is virtually not an option, then juice in plates and plastic cutlery, top back on and have it   I am so glad you asked that you can assess it in the
no preparation required. wine glasses will create the while adding a gourmet look like an untouched this question, as I always same form that your guests
A grocery store with a deli- same seductive ambiance. aura to your salad eating loaf. Fill the centre with a use this as a topic of dis- will.

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kitchen that comes with fridge, cook top, oven,
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home features 9 foot ceilings, refurbished upgrades that include HE gas furnace with windows throughout approx 10 yrs, 4 pc main
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remotes located on paved streets front & bath, central air, older gas furnace. There is 1
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bath, dining room, living room, updated plumbing replaced. There is a large stone Outside you will find the perfect workshop included. There is a large walk in closet upstairs,
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“Living in your
Community”
Proud Supporter

www.ricktaylor.remax.ca Rick Taylor 867-7551


CONSTRUCTION
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GENERAL ●Septic Systems ●Weeping tiles
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Open prices Jon Kowal
8:30 -6:00
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BDO Canada, LLP All Auto Body Repairs Candice Brown
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Chartered Accountants Ph: 867-2083
and Advisors 5 Main St. North
Brian Horner Alayna McTavish
204-867-6354
Farm, Business & Individual Grain & Fertilizer Kim Robinson
Professional Services: Hauling 204-867-6352
Joanne Clarke
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Book this spot PETER HARRISON 204-867-6364

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INSURANCE PLUMBING SEPTIC SERVICES SERVICES


MINNEDOSA
WAHOSKI G ORD K E L LY Lakeside St. Alphonsus
Septic Service
INSURANCE SERVICES
Drivers Licenses, Autopac MECHANICAL LTD. Plumbing & Heating Catholic Church
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4th St, NW.
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PLUMBING Potable water Minnedosa,MB
MB 867-3831
Cheri McTavish – Broker ph: 867-2084 Minnedosa, 867-3831 • Dandelion Spraying -
867-3946 HEATING cell: 867-0346 delivery. Licensed Pesticide Applicator
Mass Sunday 9:00 a.m.
Book your portable • Fertilizer Application
GAS FITTING toilets. • Licensed Arborist Service
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• Yard Clean Up
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Meetings are held at Ventilation/Air quality
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Office (204) 725-8550 Dennis: 476-2766 Commercial & Residential
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That's your business
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email: pennyjoford@gmail.com Systems, Monitors &
Accessories
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67 Main St.
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TAC
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HAPPY CANADA DAY!


Continued
from Page 1

This year’s Canada


Day entertainment lineup
included Expressive Dance
With Crystal, Smith and
Wesson, Ben Melnick and
students and the head-
lining act, The Clubbing
Fraggles. By the time the
headliner took the stage
to play their set, it had al-
ready poured twice during
the day, so Houck was con-
cerned that people would
not come back for the third
time, but she was pleased
to see that so many did.
“The beer gardens didn’t
let a little bit (or a lot) of Photo by Hillary Miller
rain stop them. They re-
mained open the whole
The horse-drawn wagon rides were packed with patriotic Canadians
time,” Erin said. who enjoyed a ride around the beach grounds.
Other than trying to
find some way to make
Mother Nature co-operate
a little better for next year’s
event, there are no other Photo by Darryl Holyk
major changes Erin sees
needed for the Canada Fireworks lit up the sky over Minnedosa Lake to
Day celebration. “If I had conclude Minnedosa’s Canada Day celebration.
one super power, it would
definitely be controlling
the weather,”, she said. At
one point, she was con-
cerned that they might
have needed to move the
festivities to the arena but
Photo by Hillary Miller
is glad that in the end they
were able to remain at the Face painting was one of the many
beach. attractions for youngsters
Houck felt that the best celebrating Canada Day.
part of the day was the per-
severance of the commu-
nity to come out and have
fun. “The fact that people
kept coming back after the
rain was great,” said Erin.
“I thought for sure that the
first storm had ruined the
day. But we made the best
of what we were dealt, and
I think overall people en-
Photo by Hillary Miller
joyed themselves.”
Houck is grateful for Vintage and sports cars were lined up along the
the help she received in lakeshore for spectators to admire.
making the day such a suc-
cess. She is grateful to all
of the volunteers and the
businesses who sponsored
the events well as well all of
the performers and special
attractions that drew peo-
ple throughout the day. “I
hope everyone had a great
day celebrating, and will
be back next summer,” she
said.
Minnedosa’s birth-
day celebration of Canada
ended that evening with
a spectacular display of
fireworks, set off over
Minnedosa Lake by mem- Photo by Hillary Miller
bers of our volunteer Fire
Outdoor yoga at the beach got everyone relaxed and
Department.
Photo by Darryl Holyk in shape for the day’s festivities.