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Volume 136 Issue 26 Friday, September 7, 2018 90 cents plus tax

MX Race
Candidates Weekend

T own of Minnedo-
sa Senior Election
Official, Donna Dill-
abough, has received
a few official registra-
tions from candidates
running for Town
Council. As of Tues-
day, current Coun-
cillor Pat Skatch had
submitted her regis-
tration for the position
of Head of Council/
Mayor and registered
for positions as coun-
cillors are Jim Dow-
sett, Grant Butler and
current councillor
Rick Saler. Photos by Hillary Miller
The registration
period remains open By HILLARY MILLER the nationals can return to Minnedosa on
followed by the offi- a regular basis.
cial nomination pe-
riod which will run O n Saturday, September 1st and Sun-
day, September 2nd, the Manitoba
Motocross Provincial races returned to
While the provincial races did not at-
tract the same number of competitors and
spectators, last weekend’s event did draw a
from September 12th
to 18th. McNabb Valley near Minnedosa. significant crowd of eager spectators, who
If no other candi- There were many riders competing all cheered on the daredevils on wheels.
dates step up for Head over the Labour Day weekend, which con- Local motocross talent, Ryder
of Council/Mayor and sisted of parts eight and nine of a thirteen- McNabb, son of Brad McNabb, the owner
Skatch is acclaimed to part series of races. The series of races of McNabb Valley Motocross, came in first
the head seat, she will began in Altona, MB on May 27th, and in his class on Saturday, 85cc 12-16/7-
be the third female to will continue until part thirteen, in Pilot 11. He had a total time of 8:01.886 for
hold the position of Mound, MB, at the Prairie Hill MX course three laps, with his best lap timing in at
Mayor in Minnedosa’s on September 29th. 2:16.310. His best speed was 26.41km/h.
135 year history. The The provincial races were held only He competed in the same class again with
first was Joyce Steven- months after McNabb Valley hosted its a total time of 8:14.218, with his best lap as
son in the 1970s and first ever Canadiain Pro Nationals Mo- 2:18.147, and a best speed of 26.059km/h
the second was Beth tocross races on June 16th. The nationals and once again coming in first place.
Gordon in the 1980s. were a success, bringing in thousands of
spectators to the area and it is hoped that Continued on Page 9

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Meet Laura, The New Rec Director

By HILLARY MILLER and she was able to devel- noted that she has heard of
op her love for the culinary an interest in gymnastics

M innedosa’s
tor has been hard at it
Laura and Ian were
married a year ago and
in town, and hopes to try to
work towards bringing that
program back.
for a couple of weeks moved to Minnedosa in “I’m just excited to
now, and is so excited July. When the position meet some people and
about her new position. for the Recreation Direc- bring what they need to
Laura Cook, who hails tor became available, she Minnedosa,” Cook said.
from Thunder Bay, ON, has thought she would try her Since starting in her
taken up the position that luck. A friend saw the job position, Laura has not
was left vacant earlier this posting, sent it to her, and faced many challenges,
summer. She has a friend- the rest is history. She was but understands that with
ly, bubbly personality that the successful applicant any new position there will
will surely be a treat for all chosen for the job. be challenges. “I’m here
those that she deals with in “Being new to town, to see that they are over-
the community. there is a lot for me to learn come,” she said. Because
Cook has spent the about the town itself and she is so new to town and
past two years working as the people and the pro- to her position, Laura is Ê
a line cook at the White- grams,” said Laura. She excited to see new faces,
house Bakery in Clear believes that her previous and work on all kinds of
Lake. Cook has a degree in experience as a Program new projects. Specifically,
Kinesiology, and worked as Co-ordinator in the prov- she is looking forward to a
a program co-ordinator in ince’s capital will prove to “Kids in the Kitchen” pro-
Winnipeg prior to her posi- be valuable as she becomes gram, because of her pas-
tion as a line cook – which more familiar with her sion for cooking.
she took because of her role, and she pointed out Cook’s husband is
Photo by Hillary Miller
love of food and cooking. that she is very receptive originally from Eden, and
Before living in Clear Lake, to learning what she can. Laura is originally from Originally from Thunder Bay, Laura Cook has been hired as the new Rec
she and her husband, Ian, She looks forward to the Thunder Bay. They already
Director for the Minnedosa District Recreation Commission.
spent six months living in opportunity to work with knew people from the
England, where she first existing programs, bring Minnedosa and Neepawa
got involved in the restau- back old programs, and area, which has helped community. Cook spent always wanted to come in Minnedosa because it is
rant and food industry, look into new ones. She them settle into their new part of her summer play- back this way to live, and such a great community,”
ing soccer with the Lakers, Laura felt no major ties to she expressed. “I’m really
which helped her make the city. “If I had to come excited to be here, I just
friends in town. Ian had out here, I wanted to live love this little town.”
With the Minnedosa
Rural Municipality of Minto-Odanah Sports Dinner coming up
Public Notice next month, Cook feels
Board of Revision confident that it will go
Public Notice is hereby given that the 2019 Assessment Roll for the Rural Municipality of
Erickson Dental Clinic smoothly, since much of
Minto-Odanah has been delivered to the Municipal Office at 49 Main Street, Minnedosa, 36 Main Street, Erickson, MB the groundwork for the
MB and is open for inspection during regular business hours. Applications for revision may 204-636-2320 event was done by the ef-
be made in accordance with sections 42 & 43 of the Municipal Assessment Act. ficient summer student,
General Dentistry Taryn Hildebrand. “She
Crowns & Bridges did a lot of work before she
42(1) A person in whose name property has been assessed, a mortgagee in possession of
property under section 114(1) of The Real Property Act, an occupier of premises who is Implants & Dentures left, she laid the ground-
required under the terms of a lease to pay the taxes on the property, the authorized agent of Stabilize Loose Dentures work for me, so I’m just
the person, mortgagee or occupier, or the assessor may make application for the revision of Pediatric Dentistry rolling with everything
an assessment roll with respect to the following matters: Whitening & Cosmetic Procedures she’s done,” said Laura.
a) liability to taxation; Restorative & Root Canal Therapy Be sure to drop by the
b) amount of an assessed value; Rec office and meet our
c) classification of property; Dr. Angelus Karmis new Rec Director and give
d) a refusal by an assessor to amend the assessment roll under subsection 13(2) her a warm, Minnedosa
Dr. Pankaj Chadha
43(1) An application for revision must: ° Direct billing for insurance companies °
a) be made in writing; ° Same day emergency care °
b) set out the roll number and legal description of the assessable property for which a Monday ÿ Friday 9am-5pm
revision is sought;
c) set out which of the matters referred to in subsection 42(1) are at issue, and the
Running on
Royal Canadian
grounds for each of those matters; and Empty?
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Four Charged In Relation To Officer Shooting

By DARRYL HOLYK was transported by am- charges with the possi- perty obtained by crime
bulance to Minnedosa blity of additional charges over $5,000 and Weapons

T he peacefulness of the
community of Onano-
le was shattered recently
where he was airlifted by
STARS air ambulance at
approximatley 10:30 Wed-
as the Major Crimes Unit
continues to investigate.
Therae Racette-Beau-
possession contrary to or-
der and fail to surrender
after a major incident in nesday evening, to Health lieu, age 18 of Sandy Bay Delaney Marcus
which a local RCMP officer Sciences Centre in Win- First Nation, has been Houle, age 23 of Portage la
recieved substainial guns- nipeg. Fortunately, Cpl. charged with Attempted Prairie, has been charged
hot injuries. Kingdon’s injuries were murder with firearm x2, with Breaking and entering
Two members of the not fatal and he is out of Breaking and entering x2, Possession of property
Yellowhead RCMP Detach- the hospital. He is recove- x2, Possession of pro- obtained by crime over
ment were responding to a ring from his injuries and perty obtained by crime $5,000 and Possession of
report of a Break and En- is expected to make a full over $5,000, Weapons firearm/weapon/device/
ter at a rural property near recovery. The RCMP, Cpl. possession contrary to ammunition in motor ve-
Onanole at approximately Kingdon and his family order and fail to surren- hicle.
9  :30 p.m. on Wednesday, and friends are grateful for der authorization and This incident has left
August 29th. Shortly after the outpouring of concern Possession of firearm/ many shaken as to how
exiting their police vehicle, and support that has been weapon/device/ammu- such a thing could hap-
gunfire rang out and one of shown throughout this nition in motor vehicle. pen in such a small, quiet
the officers was struck. troubling ordeal. Tommy Edward Beau- rural setting. It serves as
That officer was The suspects fled the lieu, age 21 of Portage la a sobering reminder how
42-year-old Corporal, scene and RCMP searched Prairie, has been charged bad things can happen
Graeme Kingdon, who has for them throughout the with Theft of vehicle, Brea- anywhere at anytime. It
ties to the Minnedosa area. night Wednesday, loca- king and entering x2, Pos- also reminds us all of the
Graeme is the son of Ron ting and caputring three of session of property obtai- dangerous job emergency
and Gaileen Kingdon and them early Thursday mor- ned by crime over $5,000, responders, be it police,
a graduate of Minnedosa ning. A fourth suspect was Weapons possession paramedics or firefigthers
Collegiate’s Class of 1993. later located at a home in contrary to order and fail are faced with every time Tribune Archives
Graeme and his sister, Neepawa and was taken to surrender authorization they respond to a call. Re-
Cpl. Graeme Kingdon was part of
Jill, also an RCMP officer, into custody Thursday af- and Fail to comply with a sidents should always lock
both follow in their father ternoon at approximatley probation order. their doors, secure their the RCMP Musical Ride that performed at
Ron’s footsteps as he ser- 3 p.m. after a lengthy stan- Shane Donovan Beau- property and call 911 if the Minnedosa Fairgrounds in August 2008.
ved many years with the doff. lieu, age 30 of Portage la they witness any suspi- Graeme, the son of Ron and Gaileen Kingdon,
RCMP. The four suspects in- Prairie, has been charged cious or unusual activity. sustained gunshot wounds on duty
Following the shoo- volved with this incident with Breaking and ente- last week during a call near Onanole.
ting, the wounded officer are facing more than 20 ring x2, Possession of pro-

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Darryl a.Holyk - PublisHer anD eDitor


As Classes Resume
high school years.

The old halls of Tanner’s Crossing will be a bit dif-

T oday, September 7th marks the first day of classes

for the 2018-2019 school year in Rolling River School
Division. The sight of in-town students walking to and
ferent this year as, for the first time in over four decades,
Jacki Nylen and Heather Emerson-Proven will not be
part of the regular TCS staff. With their retirement, the
from school and the big yellow school buses picking up only teacher left from my school days is Tanis Barrett
By Darryl Holyk and delivering out-of-town students will be a common at Minnedosa Collegiate. When my class first arrived at
sight for the next nine months. Driver’s are reminded to MCI, she was just starting her first year of teaching com-
Drivers Detour… use extra caution and watch for eager students out-and-
about on the streets and sidewalks.
puters and typing back when she was still Miss Gurr.
Looking back on my years of schooling in Minnedo-
Drivers on Main Street had to detour around the
The young students entering Kindergarten have a sa, I remember the fear of heading back to class for the
block last Thursday as crews worked on waterworks. One
long road ahead of them and hopefully, each and every first day after a much-too-short summer vacation only
block of Main Street between 2nd Avenue and 3rd Ave-
one of them will develop into respectable, well-educat- to find that I actually enjoyed being back in class with
nue North was closed to traffic during the work.
ed, community-minded members of the community my friends and classmates. The first day of school was
who will make up the graduating class of 2031. always exciting mixed with some nervousness – find-
Hometown Talent… A special note to the students entering Grade 12 this
year… This is going to be a very special year for you and
ing out where your classroom was, who your teacher
would be and which of your friends would be in your
Those attending the run of Disney’s Broadway Musi-
cal, Beauty and the Beast at Winnipeg’s Rainbow Stage do not take it for granted. This will be a year of anticipa- classroom. Then the heartbreak of realizing your best
were treated to the talent of Minnedosa’s own Aaron Hut- tion as you work towards being a high school graduate. friend was in another class and you could only see them
ton. Aaron performed as part of the musicals ensemble It will also be the last year that you will be part of the at recess! There was also something special about open-
during its run from August 14th to August 30th. daily school routine you have know since your formal ing a brand-new scribbler and making a fresh start with
education started way back on your very first day of brand new pencils or pens.
school entering Kindergarten or Grade One. Enjoy this Hopefully, all the students returning to class today
Village wrap-up… year with your friends and classmates because follow- will have that same enjoyable first day back and go home
The Minnedosa District Museum and Heritage Vil- ing graduation you will each go your own separate ways with the same excitement I did so many years ago. Good
lage has wrapped up another tourist season. Open from and even though you may vow to always stay in touch, luck on a successful school year to all staff and students
mid-June through the Labour Day long weekend, there you will lose track of some of those people that you have as classes resume!
was a lot happening at the village this season. In addition been around every day during your elementary and
to a successful Heritage Day and a number of group tours,

First Day of School 50 Years Ago

the village welcomed over 360 visitors from all around
the world. The guest book show visitors from France and
Germany as well as some from various areas of Canada
and the United States. Some of the comments visitors left
regarding their tour included “wonderful, beautiful, fab-
ulous and interesting”. One group of visitors noted that
they were direct descendants of John Tanner.
T he photo at right, of long-time beloved Minnedo-
sa teacher, Mrs. Winifred Sanderson, appeared on
the front page of the September 5th, 1968 edition of
Reporter switch-up… The Tribune.
With today’s edition, The Tribune bids farewell to its The photo showed Mrs. Sanderson on the first
reporter, Hillary Miller who will be taking a one-year ma- day of school at the South School which was located
ternity leave with plans to return to her position in Sep- on the site now occupied by Town View Manor.
tember 2019. Hillary and her husband, AJ, are expecting The 1968-69 school year was Mrs. Sanderson’s
their first child next month. Filling in for Hillary over the 18th consecutive term as a Grade One teacher, which
next year will be Karen Mitchell. made her the longest serving Minnedosa teacher at
the time. Her largest class in Minnedosa was during
the 1957-58 school term in which she taught 39 pupils
Tribune Founder in Grades One and Two.
William Gibbens Prior to teaching in Minnedosa, Winifred taught
Born - 1854 at London, England at Rookhurst (southeast of Minnedosa), Gladstone
Died - February 20, 1932 and Altona.
at Cornwall, Ontario

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The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, September 7, 2018 5

As Promised, Our Government

is Fixing Manitoba’s Finances
Ye O l d
agency DBRS Ltd. recently The previous government
endorsed our approach to regularly missed its finan-
Under The Dome decreasing the deficit by cial targets and overspent
By $105 million to $140 mil- its budgets, though our
lion per year in what it government has hit our
GREG NESBITT calls a “responsible fash- budget targets and re-
Riding Mountain MLA ion without jeopardizing duced the deficit for two
service delivery.” As well, straight fiscal years. We
credit rating agency S&P are making real progress
Global Ratings has stated for Manitobans with bet- 1888 – The new Presbyterian Church at Newdale was

O ur government is exceeded the budgeted that our government “has ter fiscal practices that are officially dedicated last Sunday with Rev. Stalker of
making strong prog- deficit. Manitoba’s deficit made meaningful progress putting our province on a Gladstone officiating to a large congregation.
ress in fixing the province’s was projected to climb to toward its goal” to balance path to sustainability. This
finances, and the Office of $1.7 billion by 2019 if left the budget during our sec- is essential to protecting 1898 – The frame of a large barn was put up yesterday
the Auditor General has unaddressed. Meanwhile, ond term. the services that Manito- afternoon on the farm of Mr. Jas. MacFarlane near town.
now reaffirmed our re- the provincial debt under The Auditor General bans value and rely on. Quite a number of Minnedosans drove out to the “bee”
sponsible approach to fis- the NDP doubled to $22 further acknowledges that and took part in the “raisin’.”
cal management and pru- billion in just eight years. our focus on summary ac- Greg Nesbitt is the
dent budgeting. After forming govern- counting, in using a single Member of Legislative 1908 – An occasional “boom” has been heard, as of a
In a new report on pub- ment more than two years budgeting and reporting Assembly for the Riding discharge of a cannon. It is only the contractor of the
lic accounts, the Auditor ago, we have continued to framework for the whole Mountain constituency. He stone for the new courthouse blasting the big boulders
General’s office confirms hit and even outperform of government, improves can be reached at 204-759- he finds down the river. The contractor and a force of
our government’s position our budget targets. The transparency and helps 3313, toll-free 1-844-877- workmen have arrived from Portage la Prairie with a
that there are risks associ- Auditor General has noted ensure public services are 7767 or by email at gregnes- carload of building accessories to begin work on the
ated with consecutive defi- that under our Progres- consistently and properly courthouse, and get as much done as possible before
cits and increasing debt. sive Conservative govern- managed. the frost sets in.
The report also reflects the ment in 2016-17, the actual
effective measures we are deficit was lower than the 1918 – It is suggested that Minnedosa should have a

Husky Energy
taking to respond to the budgeted deficit. In a mea- night policeman and then there would not be so much
massive deficits and debt sured way, we have now re- danger of lawlessness.
that were left behind by the duced the projected 2017-
previous NDP administra- 18 deficit to $726 million,
tion following its 17 years which is $114 million lower 1928 – A meeting was held for those interested in the
of mismanagement and than budgeted. And we are Community Notice sport of cricket. It was well attended and a slate of of-
out-of-control spending. projecting a $521-million ficers for a local cricket club was drawn up.
September 2018
The Auditor General’s deficit for 2018-19.
analysis shows the NDP The report from the Husky Ethanol Plant Maintenance 1948 – Eight local telephone operators were honoured
mismanaged the prov- Auditor General is only with citations and compacts for their actions during the
Turnaround, September 8 - 15, 2018
ince’s finances, resulting in the latest independent ac- flood in May. They included Bernice Harris, Elsie Coutts,
eight consecutive deficits. knowledgment that our The Husky Ethanol Plant will be shutdown on Mrs. C. Emory, Bernice Robinson, Francis Cavin, Doro-
In most of those years, the government is on the right September 8th, 2018 for approximately 7 days thy Coutts, Florence Robinson and Edith Hutton.
actual deficit significantly path. Global credit rating to allow for maintenance and project work
outside of day to day maintenance activities. 1958 – Town Council has had the new names of streets
and avenues identified by signs and each house and lot
Specifically, the Turnaround provides an
in town has been assigned an address number. Num-
opportunity to clean equipment, conduct bers for the houses can be purchased at local hardware
I, Brent Fortune, from pressure vessel inspections to comply with the
Manitoba Department of Labour regulatory
stores. Some residents have made their own fancy num-
bers out of plywood.
Cardale am letting my name requirements, make process optimizations/
1968 – Despite the unfavourable weather conditions of
stand for re-election
improvements and conduct
preventative maintenance. the past summer, a total of 1,505 people availed them-
for Reeve in the During this time there will be increased vehicle selves of the overnight camping facilities at Minnedosa
Beach this season. There were 1,151 season car passes
traffic due to contractor work and deliveries.
R.M. of Oakview to the beach area sold this summer.
If you have any questions about this activity call
(25-2) 204-867-8111. 1978 – A dahlia plant belonging to Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Podruski has towered to a height of nine feet, six inches.
The diameter of the flowers is more than nine inches.

Letters to the Editor 1988 – Effective September 1st, Craig Stewart has two
new partners as Bruce McNabb and David McDonald
The Minnedosa Tribune welcomes Letters to the
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Editor. All letters must include the writers full name,
address, and telephone number. Only the writer’s
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Dr. Derek Papegnies are required for confirmation. Anonymous letters will
not be published. Letters that are deemed libelous,
1998 – The official opening of the Rotary Suspension
Bridge will precede the annual Volunteer Picnic at the
in bad taste, or describe an incident involving other pavilion. The bridge will be named the “Art Wilson Me-
OPTOMETRIST people, will not be published. morial Suspension Bridge” in memory of this long-time
Rotarian, volunteer, war veteran and farmer.
The Minnedosa Tribune reserves the right to
edit letters based on taste, legality, clarity, and
length. Letters to the Editor can be submitted in 2008 – The word “Satan”, in red spray paint, was left
129-2nd Avenue S.W., Minnedosa, MB person, sent by mail to Box 930, Minnedosa, MB as an unsightly welcome on the front walk of the local
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Valuable Lessons As Students Head Back To School

By Sherrilu Pollon when the grades aren’t so sult that occurs based on great time to say some- Can you see how working feedback – not as a reflec-
Confident Kids good, the language we use an action that was taken – thing like, “Doesn’t look together with your child tion of who they are or of
Born to Sparkle for motivation. I would it is a measure of how well like you learned the ma- on coming up with a plan how smart they are. When
like to offer a tool on giving they learned the material. terial that you needed to will leave their self-esteem kids learn to see grades as

I t’s that time again! Every

September when I went
back to school seemed like
feedback to your kids with-
out the pressure.
Whether your kids
Grades don’t mean that
they are “smart” or “dumb”,
“good” or “bad” - it just
know for this test. Let’s put
together a plan to make
sure you learn what you
intact and is something
they can use when they get
to university or college to
feedback of their effort in-
stead of as a “label”, they
are able to separate how
a new beginning. I would tend to earn A’s, B’s, C’s, or means they either learned need to know to move for- create good study habits as they feel about themselves
get that same feeling as I F’s, kids often define “who what they needed to know ward… Otherwise you may well? (their self-esteem) from
get now at the end of De- they are” based on the or they didn’t. fall behind and future tests The most important the grade.
cember, contemplating the grades they receive. When kids learn to in- will be even more difficult.” takeaway is to work with Have a great school
new year ahead. You know “I’m an A-student” terpret grades as feedback Do you see how this your kids to see grades as year!
the feeling of anticipation “I’m not very smart” and not “who they are”, it approach tackles the low

Chase The Ace

of what the new year is go- “I’m an average student” enables them to deal with grade as a problem to be
ing to bring? Unfortunately, when both good grades and bad solved? This enables the
I suspect your school- kids label themselves grades without impacting child to focus on improv-
aged children are feeling based on grades, it can their self-esteem. ing the grade versus feel-

Jackpot Won
the butterflies of excite- have a negative impact on So how might this ing bad about them self for
ment at the thought of, a their self-esteem – even work? Say your child making a lower grade.
new grade, new teacher, for “A-students”. Why? Be- brings home an A. Instead This approach works
perhaps meeting new cause if they bring home of saying something like, great for homework as
friends, and in general, an A they feel great about “You’re so smart. You’re well. Decide with your
how this new school year themselves… If they bring an ‘A-student’!” You could child what grade repre-
will go. home a C they get down on say, “Wow – you made sents solid knowledge of
We all want our chil- themselves. This creates some great grades. Looks the material - is it 80%,
dren to do well in school. yo-yo self-esteem. like you really learned the 85%, 90%, 95%? Once you
Getting your kids to do So how can you talk material.” come to an agreement, let
their homework, study for with your kids about Do you see how the the child know that any
tests and in general enjoy grades so that their self-es- first comment “labels” the paper that receives a grade
school can be quite a task. teem doesn’t rise and fall child whereas, the second below the threshold will
As parents/caregivers, we based on their grade point comment is objective feed- need to be, re-worked to
can inadvertently put ex- average? back on the child’s work? ensure that they under-
cess pressure on our chil- The key is to talk about What if your child stand the material well
dren by how we give praise grades as feedback. brings home a grade of enough to move forward
for their good grades and, Feedback is just a re- a “C” or lower? This is a in class. When you take
this approach, redoing the
work isn’t punishment;
it’s striving for learning
and excellence. Some par-
Grant Application ents use money or gifts
as a motivator for good
for 2018 grades. Now, your child’s
self-worth is attached to
Minnedosa and District Foundation Inc.
a monetary figure, which
MISSION STATEMENT: can cause added anxiety.
The Minnedosa and District Foundation Inc. is committed to enhance
the quality of life for our citizens, by promoting charitable, educational,
Photo submitted
and cultural endeavors: to encourage and inspire donors in charitable
giving for the benefit of the community and to

Deadline October 1, 2018

The Minnedosa and District Foundation is currently accepting
Minnedosa Golf Club
Expansion Committee
T he last day of August
turned out to be an
extremely lucky one for
Cash Calendar Draw Winners Minnedosa resident, Don-
applications for grants for the calendar year 2018. The Foundation will
for the Month of August 2018
entertain applications on an annual basis to be allocated by na Dillabough.
Lottery License #MGCC3945RF
Donna was the winner
December 31, of the current year.
Barry Hudson $50 of the Minnedosa Legion’s
A grant application is required along with: Meat Draw Chase the Ace
Ton Crook $30
1. A brief history of the organization and project jackpot which had accu-
Ken Winter $30 mulated to a grand prize of
2. Most recent financial statements
Reg Couckuyt $30 $16,992!
3. Anticipated budget With only nine cards
4. Purpose of the request Terry Sprott $30 left, Donna drew the win-
5. Timeline for completing your project $20 Winners ning Ace of Spades. Don-
Applications are available from na is pictured above ac-
• Bob Haverstock • Kathie McMurphy
cepting her cheque from
Minnedosa Insurance Services. • Don Smith • Darrell Crabbe
• Brooke Martineau • Barry & Joan Tegg Wayne Hopkins at the Le-
Applications are also available online at gion.
• Beverly Lewicki • Ron Padua • Ross Chambers • Brooklyn Nylen, Rajan & Although she has no
Applications are to be mailed by October 1, 2018 to: • Bill Good Sahil Dalrymple immediate plans to spend
Minnedosa and District Foundation Inc. • Dianne Reid • Dick Alexander her winnings, Dillabough
• Pearl Rurak • Carson McLennan did mention she may look
PO Box 1980 • Gary & Jean Garbolinsky • Steven Smith (Brandon) at “something special so
Minnedosa, MB • Jim Schmall • Murray Trott that it doesn’t just go to
R0J 1E0 • Lynn Wright • Susan & Keith Hyde paying bills.” Congratula-
• Sherril Flick • Lore Frondall tions Donna!
email: • Ruth & Wilbur Hutton • Scott Dyke
APPLICATION DEADLINE IS OCTOBER 1, 2018. (26-3) • Graeme Farr
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, September 7, 2018 7

Newdale News Cadurcis News

By Raven’s Glen WI Gladys (Hanson) and Al- ber the speed limit is 30 By DoReen TRoTT Condolences also to were Mike, Maria, Rose-
bert Rodrigues and their km/hr in school zones! the Menzies family on mary and Joseph Lea of

B arb and Dennis Ped-

ersen enjoyed a visit
from Dennis’ sister Inga
granddaughter Madison
from Selkirk. They were on
their way to Clear Lake for
Our community was
saddened to hear of the
passing of our Post Mis-
C ongratulations to Ron
and Beryl Parrott of
Franklin who celebrated
the loss of son-in-law and
brother-in-law Michael
Gobert of Edmonton, AB.
Sunday visitors with
Muriel McManus were
Livingston of Starbuck on a holiday. tress, Dorothy Levich. Our their 65th wedding anni- Our thoughts and prayers Gary and Beatrice Small of
August 22nd and 23rd. This week will see the deepest sympathy goes versary recently. go out to his wife Pat and Portage la Prairie.
Travelling with Inga were school year begin again out to her husband Tom, A number from the daughter Samantha and Labour Day visitors
Ellen and Jorgen Clausen with all the extra activities family and friends. Doro- district gathered at River- Katie. with Malcolm and Shir-
of Denmark who are in that entails. Congratula- thy has put in many years dale for the annual picnic Our sympathy also to ley Rose were Garnet and
Canada visiting relatives tions again to all the local service with the Post Office recently. Ryan and Michelle Clark Marj Rose of Arden and
and sight-seeing. Ellen is a athletes who participated and had been on leave re- Our sympathy is ex- on the recent passing of Shawn and Christine Rose
first cousin of Dennis and in local, district, provincial cently. Her funeral service tended to Clayton and uncle David Alexander of Minnedosa. The Rose
Inga. and national sports, what was held on September 6th Margaret Wareham on the and to Tom Levich on the clan gathered to help Shir-
Visiting Shirley Peder- a terrific experience and at the Newdale Communi- passing of cousin Terrence recent passing of his wife, ley celebrate a very special
sen over the August long what a lot of talent we have ty Hall. Gibson of Edmonton, AB. Dorothy. birthday. Happy Birthday
weekend was her cousin, in the area. Please remem- Terrence was a renowned Weekend visitors with Shirley!
archeologist. Malcolm and Shirley Rose

*We accept Visa, Master Card & debit card purchases

Sale Dates: *We sell lottery tickets
*We deliver within town limits Monday - Friday at 4:00 p.m
($2 charge - $10 minimum order)
SEPTEMBER 7TH - SEPTEMBER 13TH * Try one of our delicious BBQ chickens!
* We sell fruit, veggie & meat trays and fruit baskets
*Senior’s Discount every Friday (65 & up) (STARTS FRIDAY 9:00 A.M. - ENDS THURSDAY 9:00 P.M.) (24 hours notice is appreciated)
*We sell R.O. water

Post Shreddies, Alpha, Honeycomb, Sugar Crisp cereal340-550g .. $2.99
Casa Mendosa tortillas WW, original 10’in ...........................640g ............. $2.99
FM pie apple, pumpkin, apple crumble ..................................1kg ............. $5.99
Tide liquid asstd ...................................... 1.09lt ...... $5.49 MM frozen juice orange ....................................................... 295ml ..........2/$3.00
Christie crackers asstd ............................................................200g ............. $2.99 Eggo waffles original ...............................................................280g ............. $2.99
Dole fruit n gel mandarin, peach ....................................... 4x123g ............. $2.99
Campbells HR lemon chicken, beef soups ......................... 540ml ............. $2.79 Coolwhip dessert topping .......................... 1lt ...... $2.99
Franks redhot sauce ................................................................354g ............. $4.49 PC™ frozen yogurt fieldberry, caramel pecan ......................... 2lt ............. $3.99
Nestle water .................................................................... 12x500ml ............. $1.99 El Monterey tqts chicken, beef ...............................................595g ............. $7.99
Dare Bear Paws cookies ..........................................................240g ..........2/$5.00 Pilsbury pizza pops asstd .......................400g ...... $2.75
Kelloggs Pop tarts asstd...........................................................400g ..........2/$5.00 Hungryman dinner asstd .......................428g ...... $3.49
Kelloggs nutrigrain bars asstd..................295g .. 2/$5.00 Pogo original 10s .....................................................................750g ............. $5.99
Kool Aid liquid, Mio water asstd ........................................... 48ml ............. $3.49 McCain superfries asstd ..........................................................650g ............. $2.99

OEP salsa mild, medium, soft taco bake............................. 650ml ............. $3.49
OEP beans refried ................................................................. 398ml ............. $1.99
OEP taco seasoning asstd .........................................................24g ............. $0.98
OEP Tortillas flour, pickled jalepeno .............................. 297-334g ............. $2.49
NN pudding mini packs ........................................................ 4x99g ............. $1.00
Brunswick sardines asstd ........................................................106g ..........3/$4.00
NN™ salad dressing asstd ...................... 475ml .. 2/$3.00 Smokehouse bacon .................................................................500g ............. $2.99
BC supermoist cake mix, frosting asstd .................................432g ............. $1.99 NN™ weiners ..........................................................................450g ............. $2.19
BC hamburger, tuna helper asstd ................................... 158-170g ............. $2.00 Inside round beef roast ............................................................................ $3.99/lb
BC fruit by foot, Gushers variety pack snack ................. 138-226g ............. $2.75 T-Bone steak ...................................................... $8.99/lb
Miss Vickies, Smartfood chips asstd ......................................220g ............. $3.00 Whole chicken .......................................................................................... $2.99/lb
Colgate toothpaste................................................................ 130ml ............. $2.79 Porkloin chop centre cut .......................................................................... $2.99/lb

Irish soap ................................................................................ 6x90g ............. $3.99
Kraft Cheese Whiz ...................................................................450g ............. $4.99
MM orange juice, Five Alive mango, citurs ......................... 1.75lt ............. $2.79
PC™ pineapple juice ............................................................ 1.75lt ............. $3.79
ID coffee whitener assd........................................................ 473ml ............. $2.49
FM 14% sourcream ............................................................... 500ml ............. $1.99
NN™ cottage cheese 2% .........................................................500g ..........2/$5.00 Beefsteak tomato ...................................................................................... $1.49/lb
Celery stalks, Iceberg lettuce .................................................................... $1.59ea
Black Diamond process cheese slices ..............450g ...... $3.99 Raspberries, Blackberries, Blueberries ............................ $2.99

Bulk corn .....................................................................................................8/$4.00
Cantaloupes ............................................................................................... $2.49ea
English cucumbers .................................................................................... $1.29ea

OPEN 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM, 7 DAYS A WEEK • 70 Main Street South, Minnedosa 867-2821
D’Italiano bread, buns ....................570-675g .. 2/$5.00
Furlani texas toast garlic .........................................................640g ............. $4.00
Wonder rolls hamburger, hotdogs .......... 12’s .. 2/$5.00

Tribune Deadline: Tuesday at 12 Noon

8 Friday, September 7, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Sandy Lake News

By Diane Bachewich the bins. Congratulations to To- Winnipeg. Attending the Care Home and with sister Katie Sali at Regina, SK.
Keith and Margie rie Portman and Spencer wedding from here were Iris Popplestone and Carol Taris and Koreen Miko and

N ice to see and hear the

humming of the com-
bines as the farmers are la-
Kristalovich of Calgary,
AB visited with mom El-
sie Kristalovich in the
Dwyer on their recent mar-
riage. Torie is the daughter
of Dennis and Marjorie
Larry, Lloyd and Lawrence
Huculak and families.
The Western Day
There were a few duck
hunters out this past week-
family also attended.
Carl and Linda Legan-
chuk of Grand Prairie, AB
bouring to get the crops in Minnedosa Hospital. (Huculak) Portman of Committee held their end for the opening of the are visiting with relatives
wind-up meeting and re- duck hunting season. and friends in the neigh-
port that once again, the Nice to see Perry Koro- bourhood.
weekend was a great suc- sil home after his stay at the Russ and Sylvia Rud-
cess. Even Mother Nature Health Sciences Centre in kowich of Winnipeg spent
gave us an extra, extra hot Winnipeg and Minnedosa the weekend at their
day. We appreciate all the Hospital. camper and visited with
volunteers for their help. Diane Bachewich friends.
It’s a great time when we and Janice Duchominsky Allan and Nancy Der-
all work together having a have just returned from a hak of Riding Mountain
good time. holiday where they spent spent the Labour Day
Sylvia Ireland has re- a couple of weeks with weekend at their camper
turned back to Winnipeg brother-in-law Lloyd Jones and spent some time with
after spending some time at Broadview, SK. It was Mom Helen Derhak, Diane
at her home here. nice to see all the family and Janice.
Visiting with Fran- at a barbeque at Gary and Sheldon Kowalchuk
cis Kuzmak recently were Doreen’s place. and son Jake of Gimli,
her cousin Mary Grochol- Marla-Rae Lewandos- spent the weekend with
ski and her daughter Barb ki of Denver, CO spent a Olive Kowalchuk and oth-
Paul of Arborg. week with Dad and Mom, er family members.
On the Western Day Raymond and Lucille, Wes and Terry Maluk
Weekend Helen Derhak brother Garrett and Pau- have returned back to their
had a visit from grand- line Lewandoski and fam- home in South Carolina af-
daughters Shelly Carlin ily. ter holidaying here for the
and Victoria Bedray of Sas- Germaine Miko ac- past few weeks with family
katoon, SK. companied by Larry and and Mom Helen Maluk.
Kent and Marsha Rad- Wanda Huculak and girls
cliff of Winnipeg visited attended the 70th wedding Continued on
with Marsha’s dad, Nick anniversary for Germaine’s Page 10
Huculak, at the Personal Mom and Dad, Nick and

Minnedosa Ducks Unlimited Canada

Banquet & Auction
Saturday, September 15, 2018
Minnedosa Golf and Country Club
61 6th Street S.W.
Cocktails: 5:30 p.m.
Dinner: 7:00 p.m.
Tickets: $50/person 18+
We have a fantastic meal planned, great prizes including some unique DU merchandise and
even better company to share the evening with! Come out and learn about the important work
Ducks Unlimited Canada is doing right here to secure the future of our wetlands.

Tickets and Information

FREE Jody 204-210-0254 or Justin 204-772-1755
HOUR DRAWS! or visit
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The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, September 7, 2018 9

Ryder Takes First in Motocross Races

Continued from Page 1

Ryder also competed in the Open 85 class on Saturday, coming in first

place again with a total time of 7:54.008, and a best lap time of 2:16.341.
His top speed in this race was 26.404km/h. His second race in this class
brought in a total time of 10:01.975, with a best lap of 2:15.017. His top
speed was 26.663km/h.
On Sunday, Ryder competed in the 85cc 12-16/7-11 class once again,
and once again took first place with a total time of 10:26.932, a best lap of
2:18.635, and a top speed of 25.967km/h. In his second race in this class,
he had a total time of 8:10.945, a best lap of 2:15.822 and a top speed of
McNabb competed again on Sunday in the Open 85 class with a total
time of 10:53.101, a best lap of 2:17.830 and a top speed of 26.119km/h.
His second race in this class saw him receive a total time of 8:58.282, with
a best lap of 2:15.052, and a top speed of 26.656km/h. Ryder took first
place in the events he competed in, demonstrating the high degree of tal-
ent that the Minnedosa youth has.
This will be the last major motocross event that Minnedosa will host
for the Manitoba Motocross Association this summer, but there are cer-
tainly plans in place to host more motocross events in the future. Photo by HIllary Miller

10 Friday, September 7, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Farmer’s Markets Winding Down For Season

By Hillary Miller ket season. Through a grant ob-
Despite doing the tained from the Town of

T he weekly Farmers’
Market in Minnedo-
sa has almost wrapped
usual advertising for the
Farmer’s Markets, Loewen
is unsure why attendance
Minnedosa, the Farmer’s
Market was able to pur-
chase three new canopies
up for another year, and was down this year, but it this year. The other regu-
after trying some new could have had something lar costs of running the
things, chairperson Nicole to do with the hot weather market and maintaining
Loewen has deemed the in the area throughout the signage and other adver-
season a success. season. “I know the ven- tising comes from ven-
While admitting that dors still had a good year,” dor fees and fundraising
attendance was lower than she said. efforts during Fun Fest
it has been in previous This was the first year and in conjunction with
years, the number of ven- that markets were held Minnedosa Credit Union.
dors was steady through- on Sundays at Minnedosa While the Sunday
out the season, seeing Beach, in addition to the markets at the beach have
many return vendors from usual Friday evening mar- wrapped up for the sea-
week-to-week. This year, kets in the parking lot of son, only running in July
there have been an aver- the Covenant Church, and and August, the Friday
age of eight market ven- Loewen noted that this night Farmer’s Markets at
dors each week. Despite was also quite successful. the Covenant Church will
lower attendance, Loewen While she found it more continue tonight and next
believes that this did not difficult to find vendors Friday, before closing up
hinder sales for the ven- who were interested in Photo by Hillary Miller shop for another year.
dors, many of whom are selling their wares at the

eager to return for the 2019 Sunday markets, she did Farmer’s Market vendors setting up for the weekly
Minnedosa Farmers’ Mar- have some who were ea- market at the Covenant Church parking lot.

ger, and who are hopeful popular amongst the cabin she could tell, they were
Have a news tip that the Sunday markets population who could just very well attended. She
or story idea? will continue next year. At walk across the road to continues to feel strong-

this point, Loewen plans to shop. ly that the collaboration
Let us know! continue the Sunday mar- Loewen touched on between the Minnedosa
204-867-3816 kets in 2019 as she noted the popularity of the bar- Farmer’s Market and the that these markets were beque that is held each Covenant Church is a
Friday at the Covenant fruitful one, and hopes it
Church during the mar- will continue on in future Continued
kets, noting that from what years. from Page 8

Sadie Rystephanuk
and daughter Donna of
Rocky Mountain House,
AB have returned from
RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF attended the wedding
of Sadie’s granddaugh-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the following days: ter, Christine Harper and
September 12th, 13th, 14th, 17th and 18th, 2018 Philip Hanna. Christine is
the daughter of Gail (Rys-
between the hours of 8:30 A.M. – 12:00 Noon and 1:00 P.M. to 4:30 P.M.
at the following location:
tephanuk) Burns of Co-
lumbus, Ohio. Sadie was
Rural Municipality of Rosedale office, 282 Hamilton Street, Neepawa, Manitoba happy to see the rest of her
I will receive nominations for the offices of: family attending the wed-
Reeve ding from Vancouver, BC
Councillor - Ward l and Sherwood Park, AB.
Councillor - Ward 2 Helen Lewandoski
Councillor - Ward 3 and Marlene Porteous
Councillor - Ward 4 participated in the Dragon
Councillor - Ward 5 Boat Festival in Regina, SK
Councillor - Ward 6 18091hh0 and received the winning
LUD of Kelwood Committee – Three Members trophy for the Breast Can-
of the aforesaid Local Authority. cer Survival Division Race.
The nomination deadline is Tuesday, September 18th, 2018
2014 at 4:30 P.M. Nominations cannot be accepted
Speedy recovery to
after this day. Leonard Lewandoski as
he is recovering at a slow
All nominations shall be made in writing and shall be signed by at least 25 voters, or NOT less than 1% of
the voters (whichever is the lesser) of the authority or ward (as the case may be), but in all cases by at least pace.
two voters. Each nomination shall be accompanied by the candidate’s declaration of qualification. Helen Derhak re-
Nominations may be filed in person at the above location, on the date and hours specified, by an official ceived word from grand-
agent, or by fax. To obtain a nomination paper, and/or candidate’s declaration of qualification, contact the daughter, Shelly Bedrey
S.E.O. at the telephone number listed below. that her husband was in a
Nomination papers not accompanied by the required documents and not properly filed shall be rollover when he swerved
rejected. to miss a deer and was tak-
Kara Sylvester en to Porcupine Plain Hos-
Senior Election Official pital with back injuries.
Rural Municipality of Rosedale Elsie Kristalovich is
Telephone Number: 204-476-5414
Fax Number: 204-476-5431
home from the Minnedosa
Hospital. Speedy recovery
Dated at the Town of Neepawa in the Province of Manitoba, this 20th day of August, 2018
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, September 7, 2018 11

Removing Fingerprints From Stainless Steel Appliances

gerprints from stainless- Dear Nancy, with a straw. place each ball side by side
steel appliances? Virginia Since many freezers While there are no set on the jelly roll pan. Fit as
Solutions and today come with an auto rules for how to store freez- many as you can tightly
Substitutions Dear Virginia, defrost mechanism, the er foods, here are a few together. When the pan is
Remove fingerprints freezer temperature fluc- tips. Store meat products full cover the dough with
By on stainless steel appli- tuates drawing moisture in the bottom section of plastic wrap and place it
REENA NERBAS ances using a damp, soft from food.
cloth. Next using a soft
the freezer, that way if the flat in your freezer. When
Begin by checking the freezer breaks the juices the cookie dough balls
cloth, wipe the appliances seal of your freezer. A trick from the meats won’t con- are completely frozen, lift
with a small amount of co- that I use is to open the taminate any other food. up on the bottom layer
Dear Reena, ommended that meat, conut oil. Remove excess door and position a piece Use the door shelves to of plastic wrap to release
I was a guest at a poultry and fish are de- and polish. of paper on the seal at the store items that are pack- the balls individually and
friend’s home recently; frosted in the fridge or top of the door. Close the aged and small enough to place them in a zippered
and I was scandalized be- microwave, and not in the Dear Reena, door and pull the paper, fit such as: juice, cookies plastic freezer bag. Return
cause she defrosted her kitchen sink or counter. I have an upright the paper should not easily and shredded cheese. Fro- to freezer.
raw and pre-cooked meats One exception is to sub- freezer. Being a senior, I slide out, if it does the seal zen veggies can be stacked 2. Add a little flour to
in the kitchen sink while merge frozen packaged can access all my frozen may need replacing. and stored in the higher your favorite cookie recipe
she was gone to work for meat in cold ice water to goods; however, bread gets Secondly, make sure part of the freezer. Rotate for a puffy cookie.
the day. I was afraid to eat defrost. As soon as the ice dry  and frozen vegetables that the freezer is cold and date items for maxi- 3. Do not soften butter
it; as I understand any kind melts, the water should be get freezer burnt etc. when enough. Freezer burn is mum freshness. in the microwave if you are
of raw and pre-cooked replaced with fresh ice wa- I place food on the shelves caused by air becoming aiming for a puffy cookie.
meat should be thawed in ter. of the door.  What is the trapped between the food Treat Yourself to 4. Store cookie bat-
the fridge. Anonymous best type of food to place and your packaging. Home-Baked Cookies: ter in the fridge between
Dear Reena, on the  freezer door shelf? There are a few com- batches.
Dear Anonymous, Do you have any easy Nancy panies who have come up 1. Freeze your pre- 5. Do not overmix the
You are right; it is rec- solutions for removing fin- with freezer bags that have shaped cookie dough. dough.
inner linings which form Virtually any drop cookie 6. Make sure that leav-
to food, and then excess can be easily frozen in its ening agents such as bak-

Basswood News air is squeezed out. Or if dough state to bake at a lat- ing soda, baking powder
you’re cheap like me, save er time. Simply line a jelly and cream of tartar have
old cereal liners and store roll pan with plastic wrap not reached their expira-
food such as bread inside (make sure that the pan fits tion date.
By Zelda FirBy parents, Ron and Gaileen to Tom Levich and the rest of each bag or store food flat in your freezer), scoop 7. Use the proper uten-
Kingdon. of the Levich family on the in a good quality freezer out your dough into balls sils when measuring dry

G et well wishes to Cor-

poral Graeme King-
don who was seriously
Sympathy to Pat (Men-
zies) Goberg and girls of
Edmonton, AB on the pass-
passing of wife, daughter- bag and suck out excess air with a cookie scoop and ingredients such as flour.
in-law and sister-in-law
Dorothy (Fox) Levich.
injured after being shot ing of husband Michael. On Sunday the Stan
during a robbery near Sympathy also to Glen Firby’s attended the 90th THE MUNICIPALITY OF HARRISON PARK
Onanole on Wednesday Menzies and family on the birthday tea for Lorna
evening. Our thoughts passing of son-in-law and Yerex at Neepawa. We also NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
go out to Graeme’s wife, brother-in-law Michael. visited cousins Dennis and
Purchase of Land for the Development of a Regional Waste Site For $250,000
Nakella and girls and his Sympathy is extended Joan Carson.
On the date and at the time and location shown below, a PUBLIC HEARING will be held to receive
representations from any person(s) who wish to make them in respect to the above matter.
HEARING LOCATION: Onanole and District Recreation Centre, Central Rd /PTH 10, 386 Central
Road, Onanole, Manitoba
DATE & TIME: September 24, 2018, 9:00 AM

myCommunity GENERAL INTENT: An expenditure of $100,000 exceeds the budget and a transfer from the
Neighbours Indeed General Reserve Fund for the purchase of Land for the Development is proposed
Be a Neighbour...
And announce A written objection may be filed with the Assistant Chief Administrative Officer, at Box 190,
these special events 43 Gateway Street, Onanole, Manitoba R0J 1N0 prior to the commencement of hearing.
to your community
At the hearing, Council will hear any potential taxpayer that wishes to make a presentation, ask
●Birth of Child questions or register an objection.
●Wedding Anniversaries All objections, written and verbal, must be filed prior to the adjournment of the hearing and
25th, 40th, 50th, 60th
must include the name, address, and property description of the person filing the objection and
●New home residency 18091bb0
You may qualify for a the grounds of their objection.
personalized keepsake
gift offer compliments A copy of the above proposal and supporting material may be inspected at the Municipality of
of local business and Harrison Park Administration Building at 43 Gateway Street, Onanole, Manitoba, during normal
professional sponsors
office hours, Monday through Friday.
Minnedosa Pharmacy
Glenndosa Glass 1990 Ltd. Dated at the village of Onanole this the 4th day of September 2018, and issued pursuant to
Minnedosa insurance Services
Kim’sQuality Foods Section 169(6) of The Municipal Act.
Integra Tire
Heritage Co-op Tamara Sellman, CMMA
Minnedosa Tribune Assistant Chief Administrative Officer
Gateway Motel
Municipality of Harrison Park
Be part of your Community! Phone 848-7614
Contact Tillie Johnson Fax 848-2082
204-867-3414 Email: (26-2)
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BY PHONE Call 204-867-3816
Hours to place, correct or cancel ads: TAKING REGISTRA- Minnedosa’s Terry Fox
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. TIONS FOR FALL? BACK TO Mortgage Sale Advertisement Run for Cancer Research.
SCHOOL... NEED NEW EM- 14 James Street, Moore Park Sunday, September 16th.
The Minnedosa Tribune, P.O. Box 930, WINTER? HAVE AN EVENT Under Order for Sale issued by the District Registrar of the Neepawa Land Titles UCT. Register at the Confer-
Minnedosa, Manitoba R0J 1E0 OR SOMETHING TO SELL Office the following land will be sold at auction on Tuesday the 2nd day of ence Centre: 9:00 a.m. begins
OR PROMOTE? PROVINCE- October, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. at 14 James Street, Moore Park, Manitoba: at 10:00 a.m., open until 1:00
BY FAX 204-867-5171
WIDE CLASSIFIEDS work for LOTS 11 AND 12 BLOCK 1 PLAN 363 NLTO p.m. Run, walk, wheel, ride.
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any advertisement which is published. The property taxes are paid to December 31, 2017. Property taxes for 2018 are
phones, tools, radios, com- the buyer’s responsibility as are outstanding water bills, if any. ber 10th, 2018 at 1:30 p.m. at
puters etc. Reconditioned, the Minnedosa Legion Club-
RATES obsolete and hard-to-find The property will be sold subject to a RESERVE BID of $31,600.00. rooms. (25-2) x
$9.00 for first 40 words, additional words .10 each. batteries. SOLAR equipment. A deposit of $5,000.00 in cash or bank draft payable to “Roy Johnston TDS trust
The Battery Man. Winnipeg. account” is required at the time of the auction. Shevchenko Dance En-
Repeat ads - Half Price. 1-877-775-8271 www.bat- semble is currently looking
Classified Display - $9.00/col. inch each insert. (Incl. logo, box & For further information or a copy of the Sale Conditions, contact: for new dancers (age 3-adult)
bolding, and centering). PAUL E. ROY to join our club in Sandy Lake.
Looking for a gift that at Dance season starts in early
Happy Snaps: (Birthday, Engagement, Wedding, Birth, & ROY JOHNSTON | TDS
continues to give all year October. If Ukrainian dancing
Graduation) - $16.00 for the first 20 words and the picture. Barristers and Solicitors
long? How about a one-year interests you, please call Tan-
Obituaries: - $6.50 per col. inch. gift subscription to West- 363-10th Street ya at 204-849-2171 or email at
ern Canada’s Oldest Weekly Brandon, MB R7A 4E9 SLShevchenkoDance@gmail.
Reach the entire province (50 weekly newspapers) $189.00
Newspaper, The Minnedosa (204) 727-0761 com x
Westman and Eastman: $119.00
Tribune. Call 204-867-3816 or
All Ads plus 5% G.S.T. email class@minnedosatri-
(26-2) Minnedosa Health for rates and more District Auxiliary Quarterly
Deadlines details. MOVING SALE COMING EVENTS Meeting will be held Monday,
Classified advertisements must be submitted no later September 10th 7:30 p.m. at
than noon Tuesday for insertion in the following Friday’s Parts and full trailer re- Minnedosa Health Care Cen-
pair, trailer safeties and Au- Moving sale at 60 – 6th Expressive Dance with tre Board Room. (25-2) x
edition. All classified advertisements must be prepaid BEFORE
topac Trailer Repair. Sales, Ave. N.W. Minnedosa on Sep- Crystal. Dance classes for 2
Leasing and Financing of tember 8th and 9th from 9:00 years and up. Adult and boy BEER CAN AND BEER
The Minnedosa Tribune is not responsible for flat-deck, dumpbox, cargo, a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Everything classes are offered. Jazz/Hip BOTTLE DRIVE.  Minnedosa
typographical errors published AFTER the first insertion, nor gooseneck and utility trail- Must Go! X Hop, Contemporary, Tap, Credit Union Youth Board
does it assume responsibility for errors published as a result of ers and truck beds. Kaldeck Highland, Celtic Irish, Theat- (MCI students)  will be col-
an advertisement placed, changed, or cancelled, by telephone. Truck and Trailer, Hwy #1 rics, Ballet, Stretch class, lecting empty beer cans and
Everything Must Go! 383
To ensure your advertisement appears correctly please submit MacGregor, MB. 1-888-685- Couples dance, Belly dance, bottles to raise money for the
– 5th Street N.E. Minnedosa
it in person, by fax, mail, or email. 3127. Jigging, Charleston, Itsy Bitsy replacement of uniforms for
on Thursday September 13th
from 3:00 – 8:00 p.m. and Fri- Yoga. Registration is Mon- school teams. Door-to-door
Have a treasure to sell? day and Saturday, September day, September 10th , 3:30 and  Curbside pickup will be
AUCTIONS Let our readers know by ad- 14th and 15th from 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. at Tanner’s Cross- Wednesday, September 26th
vertising it in The Tribune – 8:00 p.m. (26-2) x ing School in Minnedosa (90 from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. Bagged
classifieds. Call 204-867-3816 Armitage Ave). For registra- or boxed empties can also be
McSherry Auction McSherry Auction or email ad to class@minne- tion information call Crystal dropped off at the shed in the
Acryl Design Ltd 12 Patterson Dr. Classified COMING EVENTS at 204-867-2446 or 204-867- MCI lot. Contact person: Ta-
Sun Sept 16th 11 AM Stonewall, MB word ads start at $9.00 for the 3561. (24-3) x nis Barrett at 204-867-1942.
740 Century St, Wpg, MB first 40 words. (25-4)
Estate & Moving Minnedosa Adult Learn-
Contact (204) 783-6064 Wed Sept 12th 4:00 PM Heritage Village Flea
ing Centre’s course registra-
Relocation Auction of This Sign
Estate & Moving
FOR RENT tions start Friday, September
Market/Craft Sale at the Minnedosa Legion La-
& Store Fixture Manufacturer! Minnedosa Ukrainian Hall dies Auxiliary annual Harvest
Wed Sept 19th 4:00 PM 7th. Contact: Val Gawel at 131
Specialty Tools * Samurai V-Cut (220 5th Street N.W.) Sunday, Tea. Minnedosa Legion Club
Main St. South or call 204-
CNC Programmable Machine * Yard * Recreation * Tools * One bedroom downtown September 30th 10 a.m. to 2 Rooms on September 19th,
Common Quality Wood Working 867-2519 or email alc@rrsd.
Antiques * Furniture * Misc apartment on 2nd floor avail- p.m. Lunch available. Table 2018 from 2:00 – 3:30 p.m. Ev-
Tools * Warehouse Fixtures * (24-3) x
Pallet Racking * Office Items * Household * able September 1st. Freshly rental is $10. To book your ta- eryone Welcome. (26-2) x
(204) 467-1858 or painted and new carpets. The Health Aid will be ble, please call Donna at 204-
Stuart McSherry Contact John at 204-867-4296 867-3629. tfn
Stonewall, MB (204) 886-7027 conducting its annual can- or Rick at 204-867-7430. (25- vas to support Minnedosa
(204) 467-1858 or
3) Health District Auxilliary in
(204) 886-7027 the Minnedosa and area in
September. (25-2) x
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, September 7, 2018 13


One Trunk’s hit  “Mis- Bethany Community In Loving Memory of In Memory of

sion Potluck”  is a mashup of Centre and St. John’s Church KEITH TAYLOR KEN HARRIS
comedy, music and poetic would like to thank everyone September 12th, 1999
monologues.  It is a play who has supported our Fall Always remembered We thought of you
inspired by the true story Supper in the past. Regretful- by your family. with love today,
of First Lutheran’s (Winnipeg) ly, it has been decided that we x But that is nothing new.
We thought about
fundraising efforts to  build
Gimli’s first seniors home in
will no longer host the meal! x
MAKOWAYCHUK you yesterday Town of Minnedosa
In Loving Memory and days before that too. The Town of Minnedosa is accepting tenders for:
the 1920’s. When it debuted
in Gimli in  the summer of
HELP WANTED of our dear mother, We thought of you in silence, RFQ 2018-06
2015, it was an immediate grandmother and We often speak your name.
great-grandmother Pavilion Deck
hit. Since then the company Daughter On Call. NOW All we have are memories
NELLIE and your picture in a frame. General information:
has toured across Manitoba, HIRING  Health Care Aides
& Caregivers. Part-time pos- who passed away Your memory is our keepsake Removal of existing 4ft x 50ft x 6in thick concrete deck.
Saskatchewan and Alberta.
Mission  Potluck  combines itions available in Minnedosa September 11th, 1976 with which we will never part. Concrete rubble to be placed in pavilion parking lot for removal by the
local history with  physical and Erickson. (204) 476-3487 And our dear father, God has you in his keeping Town of Minnedosa.
comedy,  and familiar hymns or email resume to michelle@ grandfather and We have you in our hearts. Removal and salvage of existing metal railing.
with pop music of the day. (25-2) x great-grandfather Construction of wood deck as per engineered plans.
The show has been hailed as MIKE Lovingly remembered and Removal of two existing stairs.
who passed away never forgotten
“hilarious”, “the music was
WORK WANTED Modify and install salvage railing to new deck, to include painting.
beautiful”, “the best show I November 7th, 2006. Our Husband, Dad, Grandpa
Construct and install metal railing to fill openings left by stair removal.
have seen in years”. Coming and Great Grandpa
Just a prayer Love Ava, Pamela, Removal of bleachers attached to wood structure.
to Minnedosa on Saturday Terry’s Home Enrich-
ment Maintenance. T.H.E.M. from those who love you, Gwendoline and Corinne Supply, stain and Install wood railings onto opening left by bleacher
September 15th, 7 pm at the
Minnedosa United Church. cel 868 8088 (  - Just a memory ever true, and families. removal.
now booking snow clearing In our hearts x
Admission at the door is $20. All measurements are approximate to be verified by the
(25-2) x for driveways and sidewalks. You live forever.
Hourly rate if regular upkeep
Minnedosa United all winter. Flat rate for 1 time Lovingly remembered, CARD OF THANKS Completion date December 14, 2018
Church “Welcome Back” event such as storm. Also; your children, grandchildren Tender package available for pick up at the Town Office. Any inquiry
service on September 9th at After being called to a major and great-grandchildren. concerning the content of this Request for Quotation should be directed to
The family of Michael
commitment of time every x
11:00 a.m. Please join us for Parrott would like to thank Kevin Marcino at 204-867-0037 or
coffee and muffins at 10:30 summer now; I am booking all those people who sent
to start a new season. All are all painting from November Sealed Tenders marked “PAVILION DECK” will be accepted at the Town of
messages of condolences
welcome. X through to June ONLY. Book and prayers at this sad time
Minnedosa’s Civic Centre, 103 Main Street South, Box 426 Minnedosa, MB
early as I am not available of Michael’s  passing. Special R0J 1E0 until 4:30 p.m. on Friday, September 28, 2018.
Have an upcoming from July 1st through October thanks to Diana and Ted for Fax: (204) 867-2686 Email:
event? Wanting good atten- in the future. (25-14) the rose planted in our rose
dance? Let our readers know Any or all of the quotations may not be necessarily accepted.
garden in memory of Michael.
by placing a simple Com- EMPLOYMENT We truly appreciate the gifts
ing Event ad in The Tribune. OPPORTUNITY of flowers, food,  phone calls,
Word ads starting at $9.00
plus tax for the first 40 words. MEDICAL TRANSCRIP-
texts, emails and cards. And so
many good hugs! We bless all LAND FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
Call 204-867-3816 or email TION! In-demand career! of you and thank you! Glenn,
your ad to class@minnedosa- Employers have work-at- Bobbie, Glenn, Stuart, PrairieSky Royalty Ltd. home positions available. Lawrence and families and is a publicly-traded company
Get online training you need Mark and Mackenzie
Franklin Flea Market in Calgary that acquires oil
from an employer-trusted In Loving Memory of
to be held at the Franklin and gas fee title and royalty
program. Visit: CareerStep. DEBBIE MOFFAT
Memorial Hall on Saturday, interests at fair market value.
ca/MT or 1-855-768-3362 to (THURSTON) THINK
September 15th from 11:00 To receive a cash offer, call
start training for your work- who left us seven 4-H is for Everyone
a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Lunch Avail- ADVERTISING 587-293-4008 or visit www.
at-home career today! years ago today Under the leadership
able. Anybody wanting a table
September 7th, 2011 IS EXPENSIVE? of caring adults, youth
please contact Linda Fleger CLASS 1
Royalties. will learn the value of
at 204-476-2689 or 204-212- TRUCK DRIVER A simple Classified belonging and develop
TO RUN CANADA I watched you suffer, Lakefront Property many skills which will last
0711. Tables are $10.00 each. I saw you die,
X - Paid pick, drops, ad starts at $39,900. Only 10 Lake Lots the rest of their life.
layovers and stat pay But all I could do Left! Price reduced to sell. Go to
- Multi drop runs was sit close by.
ONLY $9.00
Alzheimer Support Sand beach, no building time or call 204-726-6136 to
- Cell usage
You went away, TRY ONE TODAY! find out how to become
Group for Caregivers at the - Benefit package restrictions. Established area a 4-H member or leader.
- Dedicated truck we had to part, with many cottages. Warren,
50+ Centre on Friday, Sep- 204-867-3816
- Sign on bonus God eased your pain Royal LePage 204-856-3076.
tember 14th at 10:00 a.m. - Quarterly and annual
But broke our hearts.
- Reset at home In secret we weep,
HEALTH - Weekend home time
- Paid training
In silence we cry,
As each lonely hour
- Referral program
and day passes by.
Trouble Contact Derek @ There’s only one thought. PROPERTIES FOR SALE
Walking? Centennial
that ease our pain,
Transport & Leasing Ltd. Is knowing that we’ll
Hip or Knee be together again. Prairie Mountain Ph: 204-867-4657
Replacement? It isn’t what we write, Independently Owned Gwen Usick Fax: 204-867-2150
Restrictions in daily LAND FOR SALE It isn’t what we say,
and Operated Broker Realtor
activities? OR RENT It’s how we feel deep inside
$2,500 As we think of you today. PR PR
Tax Credit Approximately 430 acres NEW N EW
$40,000 cultivated. RM of Prairie Forever loved and
refund cheque/ Lakes Belmont Area. High- very sadly missed by
rebates est tender not necessarily Mom and family. MINNEDOSA MINNEDOSA MINNEDOSA
Disability Tax accepted. Phone (204) 523- x - 1,680 sq. ft., 1 3/4 storey
- 1,000 sq. ft., 1 3/4 storey MINNEDOSA - 1,035 sq.ft.
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Open prices Jon Kowal
8:30 -6:00
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9-515 4th Ave. 116 Main Street
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Accountant Inc.
MinnedosaÊ Dunwoody
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Ê 213ÊÊ 2ndÊ StÊ NEÊ Ê -Ê Ê BoxÊ 385Ê Ê (48-4)
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Donna Dowsett
HAULING 204-867-6361
BDO Canada, LLP All Auto Body Repairs Candice Brown
Chartered Accountants Ph: 867-2083
and Advisors 5 Main St. North
Brian Horner Alayna McTavish
Farm, Business & Individual Grain & Fertilizer Kim Butler
Professional Services: Hauling 204-867-6352
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~ Tax
~ Accounting
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WAHOSKI G ORD K E L LY Lakeside St. Alphonsus
Septic Service
Drivers Licenses, Autopac MECHANICAL LTD. Plumbing & Heating Catholic Church
General Insurance Gas Fitting 142
142 4th
4th St, NW.
St, NW. • Lawn Mowing & Trimming
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
LEGAL AIR CONDITIONING SELF-HELP Erle Jury & Family • Hedge Trimming
• Yard Clean Up
204-867-3121 867-2416
Alexander or A.D.A.M. Cory Johnston ▪ Minnedosa
204-476-5185 Cell: 867-7558
Jackson Anxiety Disorders People Helping People (204)Ê 476-4705Ê
Law Office - Committed to Caring -
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of Manitoba RAINKE'S
RAINKIES Phone (204) 857-6100
Minnedosa, MB Support Group Sewage Service Fax (204) 857-8389 Prairie Mountain HVAC/R
867-3981 Plumbing & Heating JIM BEAUMONT
Meetings are held at Ventilation/Air quality Neepawa Library 3rd Tuesday of 476-2483
Ty Burton the month 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Owner/Operator
Air Conditioning

Burgess Law
204-868-5358 For more info call:
Debbie Fisch
Cell: 476-6591 Kitchen Equipment
Commercial Gas Fitter
Office (204) 725-8550 Dennis: 476-2766 Commercial & Residential
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51 Main Street S
ALCOHOLICS 23 Hour Service Walk-ins
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If you like to drink and can
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Six Things That Make a Difference To a Winter Wheat Crop

Western Winter
mal height to trap snow Emerson seems to bit when seeding, Gross 30 plants/sq ft, whereas a plant then that means it’s
on fields, keeping winter be the most popular in recommends. “Equipment variety with larger seeds going to develop a bigger

Wheat Initiative
wheat well-insulated dur- Manitoba as it has good bounce can cause seed may need to be seeded at seed head,” Gross says.
ing cold winters. resistance to fusarium. depth issues, especially in three bushels an acre to Yield penalties can
“We’ve noticed that Gateway is a short variety the dry soils we saw last have the same number of occur by putting nitrogen
SUBMITTED where the stubble was a well-suited for areas where year.” plants per square foot.” on too late, up to a 30 per
little bit higher the crop excess straw is an issue, cent yield penalty by be-

S eeding winter wheat

can be challenging;
particularly in less than
had over-wintered better
last year,” Gross explains.
plus it yields well. Finally,
Wildfire is an exciting new
Seed heavy Treat your seed ing three weeks late. Put-
ting nitrogen down in fall
“There were areas where if variety that’s out this fall, “To me [seeding rate] Seed treatments seem means there will be nutri-
optimal conditions as ex- you just had a little bit tall- and has the highest yield is the easiest way to im- unimportant, but can ents available in the soil for
perienced last fall. There er stubble and seeded into potential. prove your stand and to make a real difference with early spring plant growth,
are some practices that that, that made the differ- maximize your yield. A vigour and stand establish- which should result in a
can make a big difference ence between success and Seed shallow higher seeding rate will ment, Gross says. higher yield.
to the ultimate success or failure.” make a more uniform “It doesn’t show a dif- Gross ended the we-
failure of the crop. His third tip that stand that will compete ference every year, but binar stressing the impor-
Ken Gross, an agrono- Selecting the makes a difference is seed with weeds better and it’s cheap insurance, and tance of soil testing, and
mist with the Western Win- right genetics depth. “Seed depth was yield more. A more uni- when we’re seeding into he broke the basic nutrient
ter Wheat Initiative has the biggest issue I saw be- form stand means that dry conditions like we like- requirements down sim-
studied several variables Gross goes on to talk tween success and failure the plants will tiller less ly will be this fall, every- ply. Nitrogen, get half on
related to winter wheat. about variety selection, in Manitoba this year,” in the spring, and you’ll thing you can put in your this fall; phosphorus, max-
In a recent webinar series and the importance of Gross says. “We like to see have more main stems so favour is to your advan- imum 40 lbs; potassium,
hosted by Manitoba Ag- choosing the correct vari- the seed go into the ground timing your fungicide ap- tage,” he says. has ability to add big yield
riculture called CropTalk, ety for each producers field a half an inch to one inch plications becomes much boosts; sulfur, maximum
he shared some of his find- conditions and needs. This deep.” easier,” Gross says. Focus on fertility 15 lbs.
ings. year there are about 20 va- The plants that were Gross also talks about Mother Nature will al-
rieties that can be grown seeded at the proper seed- the importance of 1,000 The most important ways have her own plans,
Stubble height matters in Manitoba, and the list is ing depth ended up much Kernel Rate (TKW), and tip of all is properly apply- but spending a little extra
growing. Gross has further healthier and showed that paying attention to it ing nitrogen. “Put at least time preparing may help
When stubble height broken those down into more vigorous re-growth matters to calculate the half your N down in the you reduce the risks.
is higher, winter wheat three varieties that should in the spring than the correct seeding rate. “Small fall. The seed head devel-
tends to over-winter bet- be a good fit for most plants that were seeded seeded varieties may be ops very early in the spring, For more informa-
ter. Gross recommends Manitoba fields: Emerson, too deep. seeded at two bushels an and if you have some nu- tion contact Ken Gross at
eight inches as the opti- Gateway, and Wildfire. And slow down a little acre and have upwards of trients available for that