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Volume 136 Issue 27 Friday, September 14, 2018 90 cents plus tax

INSIDE Olde Tyme Threshing Bee

this week

Delta Youth

Roberta Back Photos by Karen Mitchell

From The By KAREN MITCHELL gentleman directing ve-

Island hicles to the members out

T his year marks 10 years
strong for the annual
Threshing Demonstra-
working in the field and
the ladies at the canteen,
this club demonstrates a
tion Day sponsored by the strong sense of commu-
Strathclair Old Iron Club. nity.
The two-day event was The demonstration
held over the weekend of takes place across from the
September 8th and 9th just Strathclair Auction Mart on
If your label reads north of Strathclair. the Rozdeba land. Eugene
Despite the wind, the Rozdeba, former member,
18/09/31 vehicles were lined up to
witness the hard work and
donated the six acres to the
club initially and it carries
It’s time to renew Fred Clearwater, of Silverton, MB was invited to attend the
dedication this group en- on through his sons Marcel
your subscription! compasses. From the min- and Darren to this day. threshing demonstration at Strathclair and show the tractor he built
ute you turn onto the prop- from scratch. The tractor, based on a 1911 International Harvester Co.
204-867-3816 erty you could not help but Continued Mogul was built with a 1929 Stationary International Motor. The
feel welcomed, from the on Page 8 project from start to finish took three years as a casual hobby.

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Students Head Back To Class RRSD Welcomes New Teachers

Photos by Karen Mitchell


F riday, September 7th was a busy

morning for most families as kids
headed back to school for another
Photo submitted

RRSD New Teachers: Back Row (L to R): Emily Kingdon, Tyson Buskell,
year. Aynsley Melvin, Tyler Martin and John McLeod. Front Row (L to R):
Noticeably, the two parking lots
Brianna Workman, Danica Wyss, Carissa Parachoniak,
of Tanners Crossing and MCI were
Chasity Findlay, Micayla Krahn and Erin Paupanekis.
drastically different scenes. At TCS
some parents could be seen walking
SUBMITTED velopment opportunity for another area. Additional
their child into school hand in hand,
all staff that focused on the information on the RRSD
perhaps the child’s first year of Kin-
dergarten, each one a bit nervous on
how the day would go. Then across at so much! Whichever parking lot you are from,
A new school year is
exciting, while the
thought of summer com-
Truth and Reconciliation
Calls to Action and Rec-
onciliation by Niigaan Sin-
five-year Strategic Plan
is available on the RRSD
website at
MCI parking lot, young adults drove one thing will be the same…the halls will be
ing to an end can be bitter- clair. The learning oppor- We are welcoming
themselves or parents dropped them buzzing.
sweet. During the summer tunity supports the RRSD 4 several new staff members
off barely slowing down to let them Just as a reminder to those dropping off or
months maintenance and strategic plan priorities. to RRSD this year:
out of the car. Parents waving with big picking up, the speed limit is 30 km/hr. Let’s
custodial staff have been This year, RRSD will These staff members
smiles on their faces, the students not keep everyone safe!
painting and preparing our continue to focus efforts will quickly become an
schools for a new school and work toward the goals integral part of the RRSD
year, teaching staff have in our four strategic plan faculty. Tyler Martin – For-
come in during the sum- priorities: rest Elementary, Micayla
Presented by the: mer months to ready pro- Mental health Krahn – Rivers Elemen-
Minnedosa Performing Arts grams for the school year, and Well Being tary, Danica Wyss – Rapid
Committee and the buses are shiny Cultural Proficiency City Elementary, Emily
and ready to transport stu- Literacy Kingdon – Tanner’s Cross-
Series 2018 - 2019
dents to school for a new
school year. The Rolling
River School Division be-
The four goals are in-
ter-related, and improve-
ing, Rivers Elementary and
Hillside Colony, Brianna
Workman – Deerboine
gan the school year with a ment in one area posi- Colony, Chasity Findlay
two-day professional de- tively impacts the goals in – Rivers Elementary, Ca-
rissa Parachoniak – Riv-
ers Elementary and Rivers
Yellowhead Regional Employment Skills and Services Collegiate, Erin Paupane-
presents: kis – RRSD Division Office,

The Janzen Boys

Brandon Community Orchestra Skills for Change Aynsley Melvin – Tanner’s
Crossing , Tyson Buskell
Thursday, November 8, 2018
Wednesday, December 5, 2018
at 7:30 p.m.
Are you???? – Hillside Colony, John
McLeod – Elton Collegiate
at 7:30 p.m. Tanner’s Crossing School Pit • BETWEEN THE AGES OF 18 & 29? These staff members
Tanner’s Crossing Pit
• UNEMPLOYED OR CASUALLY UNDEREMPLOYED? will quickly become an in-
Buying the Farm • HAVING DIFFICULTY FINDING OR KEEPING A JOB? tegral part of the RRSD fac-
Monday, February 18, 2019 • WANTING TO WORK BUT NEED SOME HELP? ulty.
at 7:30 p.m. The Skills for Change program is a great opportunity to learn new skills Highlights of major
Minnedosa Community Conference Centre that can help you increase your chances of finding and keeping a job! projects that have been
FREE Training Provided: completed for implemen-
tation in the 2018-2019
CASATI First Aid/CPR training, WHMIS, Smart Choices,
school year: Division-wide
Thursday, March 7, 2019 Food Handlers training, Customer Service training, Emergency Response
at 7:30 p.m. Job Search, Resume/Cover Letter writing Manual, Division-wide
Minnedosa United Church
and Interview Preparation. Code of Conduct and Cam-
eras have been installed in
Season Tickets on Sale!!! If you or anyone you know is interested in this program, please call
Amanda at 204-867-2833 or email for more all RRSD school buses
At the Minnedosa Regional Library information or come into the Yellowhead office to complete a program The RRSD Vision is
Rush Seat Prices 45 - 1st Ave. S.E. 204-867-2585
Adult - $60.00
application form! “Citizens Who Enrich Our
Adult - $20.00 133 Main Street S. Minnedosa World. We share a collec-
Student (13-18) - $10.00 Student seasons ticket (13-18) - $30.00
Under 18 FREE if accompanied by an adult * Program will run one day a week for eight consecutive weeks. tive responsibility for nur-
Under 18 FREE if accompanied by an adult 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. turing our students to be-
With much appreciation to our sponsors: Tentative start date: October 1st, 2018 come good global citizens.
Application deadline: September 21st, 2018 We look forward to your
Funding provided by:
The Government of Canada continued support from
The Manitoba Government family and community.
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, September 14, 2018 3

Roberta Raises Over $60,000 For STARS

By KAREN MITCHELL about when you leave a medic Troy Pauls, had two The ride back was a lot
large urban centre and you rolls of yellow crepe paper quicker than the ride out

R oberta Galbraith has

been successfully
saved from the island!
are now rural, how this im-
pacts you and the health-
care you will receive. The
that were used to make a
“V” and the two chip bags
which were turned inside
as this was only 20 minutes
in length. After 45 minutes
to freshen up they were
On Thursday, Septem- gaps in services once you out and used to signal the flown over to Ste Andrews
ber 6th, Roberta and four get outside of larger cen- Bomber. The team was told Golf Course, landing right
other team members took tres impacts the response after that the signal could on the course, where there
part in the 2018 STARS time the further you are be viewed from miles was a reception and speak-
Rescue On The Island away,” stated Galbraith. away. ers along with a video of
fundraiser. On the bus trip out Secondly, was a fund- the days events.
Team members were to the island the team did raising challenge. Each In total the five team
picked up in Winnipeg a quiz on survival tech- member had to call people members raised over
at 7:00 a.m. and travelled niques. “One thing that to see if they could raise $151,000 for STARS, of
one-and-a-half hours out stuck out to me from that more money to get off of which Roberta herself
to an island by Pinawa, quiz is when a paramedic the island. They were giv- raised over $60,000. “I
MB. “The reason we were told us about the law of en fifteen minutes for this was really thrilled and so
picked up by bus and three, three, three – You task. Roberta grabbed first thankful to the ag com-
drove that far is because it can survive three minutes place for this challenge as munity and people of
makes you stop and think without oxygen, three days she raised over $5,000 in Minnedosa because I had
without water and three the fifteen minutes! a lot of people helping me.
Running on weeks without food. When Lastly was a medical From individual sponsors
Empty? you are in a survival situa- challenge. Each member of $20 to $500 and corpo-
Print jobs may take up to tion, plan accordingly.” had to save wounded vic- ration sponsors of $1,000
2-3 weeks to complete.
Fill up before you’re out! While on the island tims whiled being timed. to $10,000. As this was only
the team was put through “I can’t imagine what it is the sixth year the event
Minnedosa Tribune
the motions of being truly like for the real paramed- was held I was so proud to
stranded. They had three ics because my heart was be a part of it all” Photo submitted
competitions to complete; sure pumping!” laughed “STARS is such an easy
Firstly, they had to Roberta. organization to support, Roberta Galbraith is air lifted to a remote
create a signal that was vis- After some time to they are just lovely people, island by STARS helicopter as one of this year’s
ible to a Hercules Bomber visit and mingle the heli- really family oriented, they Rescue On The Island fundraiser.
who was in charge of judg- copter came to rescue the really like one another and
ing the event. Roberta and team at 3:30 p.m., flying all work so well together.
her team member, para- back to Winnipeg airport. They are just so caring!”

Minnedosa Ducks Unlimited Canada

Grant Application
for 2018 Banquet & Auction
Minnedosa and District Foundation Inc. Saturday, September 15, 2018
MISSION STATEMENT: Minnedosa Golf and Country Club
The Minnedosa and District Foundation Inc. is committed to enhance 61 6th Street S.W.
the quality of life for our citizens, by promoting charitable, educational,
and cultural endeavors: to encourage and inspire donors in charitable Cocktails: 5:30 p.m.
giving for the benefit of the community and to Dinner: 7:00 p.m.
Deadline October 1, 2018
Tickets: $50/person 18+
We have a fantastic meal planned, great prizes including some unique DU merchandise and
The Minnedosa and District Foundation is currently accepting 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.
applications for grants for the calendar year 2018. The Foundation will
entertain applications on an annual basis to be allocated by Tickets and Information
December 31, of the current year. FREE Jody 204-210-0254 or Justin 204-772-1755
A grant application is required along with: HOUR DRAWS! or visit
1. A brief history of the organization and project Come out to support to purchase tickets online
2. Most recent financial statements Ducks Unlimited

Conservation Effort

3. Anticipated budget

locally in your

4. Purpose of the request

5. Timeline for completing your project

Applications are available from

Minnedosa Insurance Services.

Applications are also available online at


Applications are to be mailed by October 1, 2018 to:

Minnedosa and District Foundation Inc.
PO Box 1980
Minnedosa, MB
R0J 1E0
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Darryl a.Holyk - PublisHer anD eDitor

Around An Open Letter From

Four Winds to the Community...
Town... Dear community
designed to exceptional
standards - standards that
will significantly exceed
region. More importantly,
we will need to all work to-
gether to minimize the vol-
tal Management:

Allison McKay, Kees-

By Darryl Holyk
T hank you for partici-
pating in the recent
open houses and helping
those of the six existing
waste disposal sites in our
region. With the four com-
ume of waste we ultimately
put into the ground. Incor-
porating improved recy-
eekoowenin Ojibway First
Nation, Telephone: 204-
720-8630 allisonmckay@
us to capture the com- munities of Harrison-Park, cling and waste diversion
Council Election… ments and wishes of our Clanwilliam-Erickson, programs will be a criti-
Two more possible candidates have submitted their community in relation to Keeseekoowenin and Roll- cal part of this project. By Elvin Huntinghawk, Roll-
registration papers for Town Council. Senior Election the proposed Four Winds ing River working together working together, we will ing River First Nation,
Official, Donna Dillabough has received registrations Regional Solid Waste and on a regional solution, we be better positioned to Telephone: 204-636-2211
from current councillor, Frank Taylor and former Town Recycling Facility. Many can afford to do better, and take all available steps to
Councillor, Mark Blais. Current Councillor, Judith Mac- questions and concerns we will do better. protect our land, water and
Dowall is also planning to run for re-election. This will were voiced, and we fully We understand that air in our area of the prov- Reeve Lloyd Ewashko,
fill all council seats; incumbents Rick Saler, Frank Taylor appreciate all of the per- there will always be op- ince. Municipality of Harrison
and Judith MacDowall along with three new council- spectives and feedback re- position to the expansion We look forward to our Park, Telephone: 204-636-
lors – Jim Dowsett, Grant Butler and Mark Blais with Pat ceived. or establishment of new continued engagement 2350
Skatch running for Head of Council/Mayor. Hopefully As we move forward waste management sites with all citizens from our
more nominees will step forward so that there can be an with the planning phases in any location. However, region on this important Iain Edye, Municipality
election to allow Minnedosa ratepayers the opportunity of this project we will con- unless we as citizens stop matter. of Clanwilliam-Erickson ,
to choose and vote for their next Town Council. tinue our dialogue with generating waste altogeth- Telephone: 204-636-2431
our fellow community er, we will require a long- Sincerely,
Clinic Open House… members to ensure the
Four Winds facility will be
term solution for properly
managing our waste in our Four Winds Environmen-
For those wanting a glimpse inside the Dr. Ajai

Astonished at the Federal Government

Khandelwal Primary Care Centre, an open house is be-
ing planned for next Thursday, September 20th. This is
not the new clinic’s official grand opening but more an
opportunity for residents to view the new facility which
has been constructed thanks to the overwhelming, gen- Dear Editor, to the flow of traffic in and In a light, humorous or helicopters, please take
erous support of residents, business and organizations. out of the post office dai- way, I spoke to inside staff time to realize that our
The new primary care centre is truly a community effort.
A date for the actual move from the current clinic to the
new facility has not yet been determined but is anticipat-
E ver been astonished
at the speed and ef-
ficiency of the working of
ly. To my surprise, after a
few days-time, no repairs
but what did appear was
members, offering to go
over to the Co-op or Hard-
ware store and purchase
little post office task will
be given the same due and
careful consideration as
ed to take place somewhat shortly after the open house. our federal government, a professionally done no- for a few dollars a little those mightier concerns
particularly in its involve- tice, posted at the entrance container of ready-mixed and that all will be resolved
ment with the average Ca- advising the public to use cement and do the repairs in time.
Trail tour cancelled… nadian? Well, no need to the other door. I wondered needed in fifteen minutes So now it is getting into
Lorne Radcliffe of Cardale has had to regrettably look further than our own about the time involved in and thus call off the feds. the third week of Septem-
cancel the tour of part of the old Carlton Trail near Mo- community for a micro- preparation, cost and de- But unfortunately, that is ber and no sign of a work
line that he was organizing. Lorne was born beside the cosm of how they work. livery of that notice. Well not how the federal or pos- crew. In the meantime, we
trail as it remained and followed it to and from school, A month or so ago, I thought that could be a sibly other governments can appreciate that we do
one mile east of the Moline site. He had assumed the trail there appeared at the en- positive step in fixing the operate. That would be too have a fine post office with
still existed and thought it would be a great history les- trance to the Minnedosa problem. But Lo! Some quick and simple way of a wonderful, pleasant and
son to show this portion of the trail to others but follow- Post Office a slight break days later there appeared doing things. courteous staff attending
ing a recent ATV ride courtesy of current landowner, Kirk of ground – a rather shal- at the site a department of So, when you read or to the needs of our com-
Bridgeman, Lorne found that much of the original trail low breaking up of cement highways very attractive hear of the years and years munity, broken pavement
is grown over or has been cultivated into field. Another about the size of a dinner orange and white high- involved in the consider- or not.
important piece of local history lost. plate, no real problem. way post, such as found at ation of and purchase of
Well I thought that will be highway construction sites something a little more Allan James,
fixed overnight or so due across Manitoba. weighty, such as airplanes Minnedosa, MB

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Meet Our New Reporter, Karen Mitchell

H appy Friday every-
one! My name is
Karen Mitchell and I am
the newest member of The
tember. It was an exciting
and new path for us and
we were all eager to learn
about our new town. In
meet new people and get
to know the area. After a
few years I moved into an
office position, which al-
the wide range of events
going on in the area.
I would like to wish
Hillary a great year and I Ye O l d
Minnedosa Tribune team. 2013, we added our for- lowed me to be more avail- welcome everyone to come
I will be filling in for the ever foster son, Ty, to the able to my boys. Currently, say hello to me under my
next year, as reporter, while mix. My household is con- I am working in the busi- new portfolio. If you have
Hillary is away starting a stantly full of sports, bad ness office at the Minnedo- any news or events going
new chapter in her family. jokes and testosterone but sa Personal Care Home. on please do not hesitate
I moved to Minnedosa I wouldn’t change a thing! I am excited to add to contact me at The Tri-
July 1st, 2010 with my two I started work upon this position as another bune by email reporter@
sons Lane and Bryson. my arrival within the chapter to my Minnedosa or
Lane was going into Grade Home Care Program as a journey. I look forward to phone 204-867-3816… un-
Seven and Bryson starting Home Care Attendant. It continuing to meet new til then take care and smile 1888 – Work has commenced on a church building for
Kindergarten that Sep- was a great opportunity to people and to experience daily! the Methodists of Clanwilliam. It is located on the North-
east corner or Mr. John Moad’s farm.

Terry Fox Run This Weekend 1898 – Bear in mind that you can have The Montreal
Family Herald and Star and The Minnedosa Tribune,
from now until January 1st, 1899, for forty cents cash.

By KAREN MITCHELL 1908 – Two locomotives brought a train of 48 cars of

cattle down the hill yesterday afternoon. It took three lo-

E very year, Terry Fox

Runs are held with the
goal of raising funds for
comotives to take the train back out.

cancer research. 1918 – A young man who had escaped form jail a short
Terry’s first run, the time ago was captured near Rapid City on Saturday and
Marathon of Hope, was brought back. On Monday, he appeared before Magis-
in 1981 at more than 760 trate Sparling where two charges of shop breaking were
sites across Canada. Terry preferred against him and one of breaking jail.
passed away in June 1981
at the age of 22. In 1992, 1928 – Bajus Bros. have had a display room built in the
the run moved worldwide. store for radios that are now on the market.
Today, there are over 50
International Terry Fox
Runs. 37 years after Terry’s
1938 – Town Council, for the first time in years, need
Photo no bank loans to run the town this year.
initial Marathon of Hope,
communities continue to ful disease. See full detaisl During the 206-2017 fiscal memory of Terry Fox and
honour the goals Terry had in Coming Events ad. year, over $22 million was the Terry Fox Foundation. 1948 – The PFRA has announced it will replace the
“I’m going to do my very Also, Tanner’s Cross- invested. If you are unable to partici- Minnedosa dam next year
best. I’ll fight. I promise I ing School staff and stu- Every donation is im- pate in the run, show your
won’t give up,” quoted Ter- dents will hold it’s annual portant and for every dol- support with a financial 1958 – The Chamber of Commerce is concerned with
ry after 143 days and 3,339 Terry Fox School Run on lar raised, eighty-two cents pledge. For more informa- the discussions regarding the possibility of Highways No.
miles ran. Friday, September 14th goes directly to cancer re- tion, or to donate online, 10 and 4 bypassing the town. It is their definite opinion
This year is no differ- at 2:50 p.m. on the school search. Please support the visit that there is going to be a bad financial blow to the tour-
ent! On Sunday Septem- grounds. Families are wel- ism trade if the highways by-pass the town.
ber 16th at the Minnedosa come to join in.
Conference Centre people Over the years, more
1968 – Paving of the parking lots east and west of the
will gather, rain or shine,
to walk, run or bike and
than $700 million has been
invested to support cancer business of building has brought to completion, for the present, the

the month
bring attention to this aw- research in Terry’s name. $450,000 expansion program undertaken by Minnedosa
District Hospital. The paving was done at a cost of $6,800
Minnedosa Chamber of with Federal and Provincial grants covering 80% of the
Commerce total cost.
thanks this business for its’ contribution to
the business community 1978 – Leah Armitage writes a letter to the editor in
September 2018 protest of the decision to rename the Minnedosa River.
Hillside Plumbing & Heating Her husband’s great-aunt, Minnedosa Armitage Rook,
was the first white child born here and was named after
that river.

1988 - The Highways Department has confirmed plans

to develop a rest area and truck stop for the northwest
corner of the north junction of highways 16 and 10.

1998 – Construction has begun on a new 12,000 tonne

$7.5 million Agricore elevator facility in Minnedosa’s
Hillside Plumbing and Heating has been chosen as the lastest
Minnedosa Chamber of Commerce Business of the Month.Ty
Industrial Park. The project is expected to take 12 or 13
and Shauna Burton began their business in 2008 with just the two months to complete.
of them and the hopes that this would allow them more flexibility
for family life. Ten years later the business is still going strong
and has a crew of two other workers. Ty and Shauna are both 2008 – Rolling River School Division welcomed two
very active within the community, helping and volunteering new members to its top administrative staff this school
where needed. Ty coaches for his children’s hockey and soccer year. Reg Klassen is the new Superintendent with Marg
teams and hopes to continue to do so in the future. Janssen serving as the new Assistant Superintendent.
Next Chamber meeting is
September 27th at the Minnedosa Golf Course.
6 Friday, September 14, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Auxiliary Donates To X-ray Lab Sandy Lake News

By DIanE BachEwIch onyczny accompanied Mountains they also vis-
by Blake and Sylvia Budd ited with great Baba Helen

C orrection from last

week: Diane Bach-
ewich and Janice Ducho-
visited with Muriel’s sister
Ann Richardson who is in
the Winnipeg Seven Oaks
Derhak and grandmother
Diane Bachewich here.
Brian and Liz Lieozn-
minski have just returned hospital following a frac- ski of Winnipeg spent the
from a Western holiday tured hip. weekend at their cabin and
where they spent a couple Gloria Campbell had took in the last Hymn sing
of weeks with brother Gary her three grandchildren for the season at the Drop-
and Doreen Derhak and all from Dauphin over the In Centre on Sunday.
the nieces, nephews and weekend. Diane Bachewich
cousins in Calgary. Also, Donnie Bilyk spent heard from her great niece
with brother-in-law Lloyd the weekend in Winnipeg Hallie Kryzycink that she
Jones at Broadview, SK. It where he visited his sister will be attending Hockey
was nice to see all the fam- Sherrie who is recovering Canada’s Senior Wom-
ily at a BBQ at Gary and from leg surgery. en’s team Fall Festival in
Doreen’s place. Also, it was Dave and Joy Bent of Dawson Creek, BC. Hallie
nice seeing Larissa and Saskatoon spent Sunday will be defenseman with
Derrick Kempthorn and with their cousin Sadie Calgary in the Canadian
Photo by Karen Mitchell family who were holiday- Rystephanuk. The Bent’s Women’s Hockey League
ing out west from Boissev- are camping at Clear Lake. this season. She will suit up
SUBMITTED ain, MB. Lillian Spaller has re- for Canada White in games
Let’s go to Visiting with Eunice turned home after spend- against Canada Red in Fort

Casinos of Winnipeg T he official handoff was

made for the donation
Korosil was her niece Pau-
line Kupiak of Winnipeg.
ing sometime with daugh-
ter Judith and Raymond
St. John and Dawson Creek
in the middle of Septem-
with Lady Luck Tours (Destinations Plus) of a replacement X-ray She enjoyed the Western Dolronda and family at ber. This is to determine
positioning wedge that is Day weekend while here Niverville, MB. for teams that will play Na-
Christmas Lights & used to support patients and was really impressed Jacelyn Wahoski and tional Cup in Saskatoon as
Celebrations Dinner Theatre positioning while they are with all the beautiful flow- friend Scott Foster have the World Women’s Hock-
getting images taken. This ers in the boats placed returned back to Sydney, ey Championship in April
December 13th - 14th new wedge provides more around the beach and Australia after spending in Finland.
Book & Pay Before November 12th support to patients with town sights. sometime in California
disabilities or any injuries Peter and Muriel Sol- and hiking in the Rocky
WPG Casino’s & Lights $75.00 caused by accidents that
Celebrations Theatre $149.00
Newdale News
make it difficult for pa-
tients to hold a position on
• 1 night stay at Club Regent Casino and their own or get an angle
transportation by motorcoach or view that would other-
• Visit both Casinos, McPhillips and Club Regent wise be impossible. The
• Optional Shopping Minnedosa Lab was very By nEwDalE RavEn’S ding of Shelley’s niece in enjoyed their summer and
happy with the donation GlEn wI Lethbridge Alberta on was nice to have coffee
• Winnipeg Christmas lights September 15th. Daugh- time together again, espe-
and couldn’t thank the
• Celebrations Dinner Theatre - More Dirty Dancing

Call Wendy, Sharon or Jacki

Auxiliary enough.
W e send our deepest
sympathy to Jack
and Xisra Lamb on the
ters Shannon and Alli-
son will be meeting them
there where most of Shel-
cially when a “nice Alberta
gentleman” bought us all
for more information sudden passing of their ley’s family will be in at- Nice to see Shirley
youngest son, Ian Lamb tendance. So nice to see Switzer, her daughter
204-867-5777 or If your label reads
of Onanole, suddenly on Shelley has recovered from Yvonne and husband Rob
1-800-431-4442 18/09/31 September 9th.  
Jack and Xisra Lamb
her recent surgery and is
“strutting” straight and
Reismeyer of Brandon stop
at the Hotel for lunch last
Box 1500 Minnedosa, MB It’s time to renew
had a busy summer when tall. Sunday, their timing was
your subscription!
R0J 1E0 they entertained several The community sends right for a visit with many

Thanks for Choosing Us, Destinations Plus!!! 204-867-3816 relatives and friends from birthday wishes to Don of the coffee goers.
Australia, Alberta and Graham for September Newdale friends of
points in between. 17th and we wish him and Bing (Arnold) Bradley ex-
Rod and Barb Peder- his wife Yvonne a healthful tend our sympathy to his
son from Medicine Hat are enjoyable year to come. family, wife Joy, sons Bill

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season has begun. Their
Church services began
for the upcoming year with
and Mark and their fami-
lies on his recent passing
daughter Nicole Hopkins Lay Minister Dan Jardine at Morley House in Shoal
MAIL THIS FORM WITH PAYMENT TO BOX 930, and little Charlotte will of Brookdale taking the Lake. Bing and Joy farmed
MINNEDOSA, MB R0J 1E0 PHONE 204-867-3816 be arriving later for a visit pulpit. It was a nice cool in the Glossop area on his
with great grandma. morning for everyone in families’ farm until retiring
Local Trading Area: $43.11 NAME: Shelley and Grant Za-
haiko attended the wed-
attendance to get caught
up on how everyone else
to Strathclair several years
(Minnedosa, Bethany, Clanwilliam,
Erickson, Onanole, Sandy Lake, Lake We send birthday
Audy, Olha, Vista, Elphinstone, greetings out to Irene Cre-
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The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, September 14, 2018 7

Delta Waterfowl Youth Hunt

By KAREN MITCHELL special events such as this youth and let them know Steinhilber recalls “Grow- are struggles with small Minnedosa Conference
weekend. The Chapter has how important it is to give ing up going duck hunting town attendance within lo- Centre. This event has

I f the looks on the at-

tendees faces is any in-
dication, one could say
also purchased hen houses
in the past and this year
purchased an electronic
back,” stated Steinhilber.
The attendees are ex-
cited and eager to let their
with my dad and learning
from him, going through
the stages from being in
cal clubs, people might see
them as a lot of work but
when we all work together,
grown significantly over
the past years as it has out-
grown its previous venue
the hunt was a great suc- skeet thrower for the kids. mentors know they will be the field next to him and everything goes smoothly at the Ukrainian Hall and
cess! Held at the Delta Future plans are to pur- returning next year. “It is watching him hunt, to now and efficient and it makes last year even with moving
Waterfowl Field Station chase more hen houses, a nice to see the young kids me having all the gear and it nice.” Currently the Local to a larger venue still sold
southeast of Minnedosa, land easement and possi- go through the courses taking him with me is pret- Chapter has nine mem- out tickets.
the 17th annual waterfowl bly a projection screen for each year and then come ty wonderful. If I have kids bers, however they are al- If you are interested in
hunt took place last week- the station. back when they are older some day, I will carry on ways looking for more. learning more about the
end, September 8th and One of Delta’s motto as a mentor themselves,” that tradition as well.” The next fundraiser local chapter or joining the
9th with 11 attendees par- is “for every bird shot, we mentioned one chapter When asked about the will be the annual ban- chapter you can call Ryan
ticipating. want to put two more back member, “it shows we are struggles the chapter has quet with auctions/draws/ 204-867-7547, Barry 204-
Ryan Steinhilber, Lo- in the field”. It is very im- doing something good been met with in the past games/ meal/etc. held 543-0501 or Bryan 204-
cal Chapter President of portant to create a habi- here!” A lot of the chap- Steinhilber stated “There in early February at the 868-5222.
the Minnedosa Canvas- tat for the ducks either ter members have sons
back, was very happy with through hen houses, con- who have gone through
the weekend events. This servation projects, wet- the course and to this day R. M. OF OAKVIEW
being only his second year lands, etc. “It’s important enjoy the father son time BOARD OF REVISION
as a member and already to be able to educate the of the hunting season.
chapter president, Stein- Public Notice is hereby given that the 2019 Assessment Roll for the Rural
hilber seems eager and Municipality of Oakview has been delivered to the Oakview municipal office at 10
confident in the future for Cochrane Street, Oak River, MB and is open for public inspection during regular
the local chapter. Atten- business hours. Applications for Revision may be made in accordance with Sections 42 &
dance for the weekend has ROLLING RIVER SCHOOL DIVISION 43 of the Assessment Act.
went up from past years APPLICATION FOR REVISION
and Steinhilber thinks it Rapid City Elementary School Traffic/Pedestrian Flow 42(1) A person in whose name property has been assessed,
may be in part because Rolling River School Division contacted the Pupil Transportation Unit, Manitoba a mortgagee in possession of property under subsection 114(1) of The Real Property Act,
they can offer required Education and Training in June 2018 for Rapid City School Traffic/pedestrian flow an occupier of premises who is required under the terms of a lease to pay the taxes on the
courses needed for the recommendations to provide added safety for students at Rapid City Elementary property, or the assessor may make application for the revision of an assessment roll with
annual hunt prior to the School. Working with the RM of Oakview, the following have been completed, or respect to:
weekends events. are in the process of completion: (a) the liability to taxation;
Age range for the hunt (b) the amount of the assessed value;
• A fence will be erected along the front of the school and extending along
is 10 to 15 years old and at- the north side of the playground, far enough to discourage students from (c) the classification of the property; or
tendees must have a valid walking around it to meet parents at the roadside. An opening in front (d) a refusal by an assessor to amend the assessment roll under
of the concrete landing will allow students access to the school bus loading subsection 13(2).
hunters safety and migra-
area. Work continues with the Mid-West Planning District on this APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS
tory gamebird license to
recommendation. 43(1) An application for revision must
attend. The weekend con-
• Parking spaces will be extended farther south down 6th Street, so that no (a) be made in writing
sists of a number of activi- (b) set out the roll number and legal description of the assessable
cars are parked at the front of the school.
ties including gun ethics/ • “NO STOPPING” signs have been erected on the north side of 5th Avenue, property for which a revision is sought;
safety, skeet shooting, west of 6th Street. (c) state the grounds on which the application is based; and
learning about equipment, • “NO STOPPING EXCEPT SCHOOL BUSES” have been erected on the south side (d) be filed by
evening scouting, bird of 5th Avenue in front of the school. (i) delivering it or causing it to be delivered to the office
identification, one on one • 4-WAY STOP SIGNS have been erected at the intersection of 5th Avenue and indicated in the public notice given under subsection 41 (2), or
mentor field work, clean- 6th Street to slow traffic passing by the school. (ii) serving it upon the secretary, at least 15 days before the scheduled
ing and taking home their • MAX 30 km/hr. signs put up as per HTA regulation. This request to reduce sitting date of the board as indicated in the public notice.
own kills. Each attendee speed limits will be reviewed by the RM of Oakview after Bill 14 is passed
in 2019. The Board of Revision will sit on Tuesday, October 23rd, 2018 at 8:00 p.m.
is given a loot bag to take in the council chambers of the Rural Municipality of Oakview in Oak River to hear
home consisting of a hat, Students leaving the school by foot, or bicycle will need to proceed eastward
applications. The final date on which applications must be received by the Secretary of the
books, duck call and reci- along the front of the school (now vacant as cars have moved) and cross at the
Board is Tuesday, October 9th, 2018 at 4:30 p.m..
pes. 4-Way Stop, or if being picked up, enter vehicles along 6th Street.
Dated at the Village of Oak River, in the Province of Manitoba, this 15th day of
The Local Chapter Jeff Maxwell, Principal of Rapid City Elementary School will have Student Safety September, 2018.
holds a fundraising ban- Patrols to assist students as they cross the street. Student Safety Patrols do not
stop vehicular traffic; instead they look for breaks in traffic and direct students to Diane Kuculym, C.M.M.A.
quet each year to assist Board of Revision Secretary
cross when it is safe to do so. Staff on duty will be in close proximity to assist the
with raising money. A por- Rural Municipality of Oakview
Student Safety Patrols.
tion earned from the fund- Box 179
raiser is given back to the We want to thank the public for their cooperation in keeping our students safe
chapter to be able to put on and adhering to the traffic/pedestrian flow procedures outlined above.
Email: (27-2)
8 Friday, September 14, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

The Threshing Gang’s All Here

in and hold their meet- ing for new members to
ings at. Overall, the club join the team. Members do Neighbours Indeed
has a membership of ap- not need to have an agri- Be a Neighbour...
proximately 30 to 40 with cultural background, just And announce
these special events
age ranges of 8 up to early a desire to work with their to your community
90’s. The club has strong hands and a passion for ●Birth of Child
family ties with wives and the equipment”. Currently ●Wedding
children of members join- there are members from ●Wedding Anniversaries
ing and playing key roles, all over the area including 25th, 40th, 50th, 60th
●New home residency
making it the success it is Cardale, Minnedosa, El- You may qualify for a
today. From cooking and phinstone and Strathclair. personalized keepsake
serving food to driving If anyone has an inter- gift offer compliments
of local business and
tractors to fixing equip- est in learning more about professional sponsors
ment, everyone has a role the club or becoming a Minnedosa Pharmacy
to play. “The ladies keep member they can con- Glenndosa Glass 1990 Ltd.
Minnedosa insurance Services
us fed and happy with tact club president Wayne Kim’sQuality Foods
their amazing cooking and Pearen at 204-365-2726 or Integra Tire
Heritage Co-op
baking,” stated Radcliffe, show up to Moffett’s shop Minnedosa Tribune
“along with driving tractors on the northwest corner Gateway Motel
and helping in the field, of Strathclair just west of Be part of your Community!
Photo by Karen Mitchell they are as instrumental as Highway #16.
Contact Tillie Johnson
Continued from Page 1 his father, Lorne. As a of the hard work that goes anyone.” 204-867-3414
member of the Brandon into this and keeps the past Being a part of the
The field is sewn and Pioneer Power and Equip- alive” stated Terry. community and keeping
maintained by Marcel and ment Club Lorne taught The Old Iron Club community spirit alive is
Darren and the event cer- his son the value of hard meets on a monthly ba- what this club is all about.
tainly could not be what it work and continues to be sis (every third Wednes- They are always trying to
is without their generosity
and hours of work.
an inspiration for him to
this day. “I like that there
day) with 10 to 15 mem-
bers attending regularly.
give back to the commu-
nity either through mon- Pray for one another,
Terry Radcliffe, a Car-
dale MB resident and club
is no computers. It’s so sat-
isfying to keep something
The meetings are held at
David and Willard Mof-
etary donations, volunteer
work, working on special Encourage one another.
projects, being involved in
member for three years, this old running with your fett’s shop, which was gra-
fairs and parades, etc.
~ Wayne Fossum
learned of the group and own hands. It gives the ciously opened up for the
became involved through young generation an idea club to store equipment “We are always look-

You’re Invited!!!

Open House and Ribbon Cutting for

Dr. Ajai Khandelwal Primary Care Centre
Thursday, September 20th
12:00 Noon - 4:00 p.m.
Ribbon Cutting at 2:00 p.m.
Refreshments and cookies served.
18092MC0 Everyone Welcome!!!
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, September 14, 2018 9

Mission Potluck STAMPS

SUBMITTED A play uniquely crafted for these locations. Mission
Potluck gives rural audiences an entertaining and Rubber or
M innedosa United Church is proud to present
This production is a mashup of comedy, music
heart-wrenching reflection of their own stories and
towns - - - with an Icelandic twist. Mission Potluck is
a perfect recipe for entertainment combing local his- Self-inking
and poetic monologues. Mission Potluck brings to the tory with physical comedy, and familiar hymns with


stage the story of a Lutheran Ladies League’s ill-fated the pop music of the day. The Minnedosa
fundraising efforts in Gimli in the 1920s. This perfect- ONE TRUCK THEATRE is one of Manitoba’s – Since 1883

ly devised ensemble piece is inspired by a true story creating new theatre from scratch with artists of all
of First Lutheran’s (Winnipeg) fundraising efforts to media-graphic novelists, hip hop dancers, rappers,
build Gimli’s first seniors home in the early part of the ballet dancers, videographers. ONE TRUNK is always
century. One Trunk Theatre flips history on its head pushing the boundaries of what theatre can be. Let
in this play collectively created and performed by co-
mediennes Claire Therese Friesen, Gwendolyn Col-
by founding Artistic Director, Andraea Sartison, ONE
TRUNK aims to explore and expand the theartre art
lins, Andraea Sartison, Jacqueline Harding and Anna- form, through collaboration and partnerships with
Laure Koop. other artists, students, community members and or-
When it debuted in Gimli in the summer of 2015, ganizations.
it was an immediate hit. Since then the company has See the classified ads for ticket information – Sat- TRIBUNE DEADLINE
toured across Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. urday, September 15th, at 7:00 p.m.
Tuesday at 12 Noon

10 Friday, September 14, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Make Your Own Eyeglass Cleaner

quarter with water. Add Dear Reena, product for lots of house- product on windowsills
a few drops of dish soap. I used the following hold cleaning needs and to keep the little critters
Solutions and Shake to mix. Spray lenses recipe to double the vol- problems. Remove grease away. Submitted by Roy
Substitutions and gently wipe with a soft
cloth (not paper towels,
ume for many years and
especially when we lived
stains from clothes---even
when the stain has been Note: Every user assumes
By toilet paper or tissues these in Senegal, West Africa, missed the first time and all risks of injury or damage

REENA NERBAS will scratch your lenses). as butter was so very ex-
pensive having come all
the item has been washed
and dried! Effective about
resulting from the implemen-
tation of any suggestions in
this column. Test all products
Dear Reena, the way from France. I 95% of the time. Apply
on an inconspicuous area
The tile backsplash di- purchased the lecithin at bubble bath full-strength
rectly behind the stove has health/bulk food stores. It to the stain, rub in and let
Dear Reena, a solid hue. To avoid this in
grease marks. Any solu- was a great way of stretch- sit for about 30 minutes.
I love your natural, the future you can search Reena Nerbas is a
tions? Earl ing butter, plus it tasted Re-wash item, but make
non-chemical solutions. out fade resistant paints popular motivational pre-
just like butter but with a sure you rinse first to re-
Is there anything that will or close window cover- senter for large and small
Dear Earl, softer consistency. Lor- move excess bubble bath
remove the dark discolor- ings during peak daylight groups; check out her web-
There are products raine beforehand (you don’t
ation on the paint behind hours. site: Ask a ques-
on the market designed want a washing machine
pictures hung on the wall? tion or share a tip at reena.
specifically for cleaning Spreadable Butter rec- full of bubbles!). Re-do if
And is there a way to pre- Dear Reena, ca
beautiful tile; here are sug- ipe: Combine: 1 cup soft, the stain doesn’t come out
vent this discolouration I’m wondering if you
gestions in case you do salted butter, 1 cup saf- on first try. Just be cautious
from happening? Vera have a homemade eye-
not have access to com- flower, canola or corn oil, on dark fabrics not to leave
glass cleaner solution. I
mercial products. Begin 2 tbsp. water, 2 tbsp. skim on for too long. Bubble
Dear Vera,
I contacted my favou-
need something that is
safe for plastic lenses that
with a combination of dish
soap and water, scrub with
milk powder, one quarter
tsp. lecithin. Blend and
bath is also great for hand
washing fine lingerie. Sub-
Bridge Club
rite paint store and asked have been coated with an
them for advice on this
question. They said you
anti-glare and anti-scratch
coating. Dan
a non-scratching abrasive
cloth. Next make a paste of
pour into a lidded plas-
tic container. Store in the
mitted by Jo-Anne
I use Skin So Soft oil to Results
baking soda and 3% hydro- fridge. soothe my aching muscles.
are best off to repaint the September 6th
gen peroxide, scrub with It also soothes sunburns
entire wall. Most paint Dear Dan,
a non-scratching abrasive Handy Uses for Avon and softens hair when you
fades over time due to sun- I received the follow- 1st – Jean Garbolinsky/
cloth. Worst case scenario; Skin So Soft use it as conditioner. Sub-
shine, this is not a stain ing recipe from an Opti- Lois Campbell
clean the area with house- mitted by Madeline
therefore it is permanent. cian. Begin with a small 2nd – Jim/Lynn Burgess
hold ammonia (test on an Besides providing a Skin So Soft oil spray
In other words, the discol- test on your lenses (just 3rd – Wilf Taylor/
inconspicuous area first). delightful bath time, leav- is what I use to repel cer-
ored area is bleached and to be safe). Fill a spray Boyd Grant
Spreadable Butter ing no tub ring, Avon Bub- tain ant species that gather
therefore only by adding bottle three quarter full of 4th – Cliff Lenz/June Clark
ble Bath is a most effective around my windows. Spray
color will the wall return to rubbing alcohol and one


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BY PHONE Call 204-867-3816
Hours to place, correct or cancel ads: BEER CAN AND BEER St. Alphonsus Church
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BY MAIL CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Collector Coins & Money (MCI students)  will be col- 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. at 142 4th
The Minnedosa Tribune, P.O. Box 930, Antiques, Bottle Collection Manitoba made! lecting empty beer cans and St. N.W., Minnedosa. Adults
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gift subscription to West- Market/Craft Sale at the Computer classes at
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edition. All classified advertisements must be prepaid BEFORE Moving sale at 60 – 6th
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Minnedosa’s Terry Fox
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Sunday, September 16th. ment Maintenance. T.H.E.M.
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clearing for driveways and
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at 10:00 a.m., open until 1:00 Joan Trott (Joan MacDonald,
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Pledge forms available at the rate with running total, (if
Consignment Auction 20th Bi- Annual Gun Library, at the  Pharmacy, by day., Friday from 1:00 – 4:00
Have something to sell? regular upkeep all winter.)
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We wish to Thank all

friends and families who have
stood by us, prayed for us,
hugged us, sent cards dur-
ing the passing of Daughter
in law, Kerry Parrott, Mur-
ray’s wife, Granddaughter,
Town of Minnedosa Roseanne Parrott, son Bob’s
oldest daughter, and Michael
The Town of Minnedosa is accepting tenders for: Parrott, Ron’s nephew. Ron
RFQ 2018-06 and Beryl Parrott
Pavilion Deck
General information: INTERMENT
Removal of existing 4ft x 50ft x 6in thick concrete deck. NOTICE
Concrete rubble to be placed in pavilion parking lot for removal by the
Town of Minnedosa.
Removal and salvage of existing metal railing.
Construction of wood deck as per engineered plans.
Removal of two existing stairs.
Modify and install salvage railing to new deck, to include painting.
Construct and install metal railing to fill openings left by stair removal.
Removal of bleachers attached to wood structure.
Supply, stain and Install wood railings onto opening left by bleacher
All measurements are approximate to be verified by the LAND FOR SALE
Completion date December 14, 2018 PrairieSky Royalty Ltd.
Tender package available for pick up at the Town Office. Any inquiry We are a progressive, service oriented ag retailer currently accepting is a publicly-traded company
concerning the content of this Request for Quotation should be directed to application for Seasonal Class 1 or Class 3 (with Air) in Calgary that acquires oil Surrounded by loved
for our Neepawa BRANCH: and gas fee title and royalty ones, Weldon Norman Hol-
Kevin Marcino at 204-867-0037 or interests at fair market value.
Qualifications: mstrom passed away on May
Sealed Tenders marked “PAVILION DECK” will be accepted at the Town of • Valid minimum Class 3 (with air) driver’s license
To receive a cash offer, call 13th, 2018.
Minnedosa’s Civic Centre, 103 Main Street South, Box 426 Minnedosa, MB 587-293-4008 or visit www. Interment will take place
• Mechanically inclined preferably with a farm background
R0J 1E0 until 4:30 p.m. on Friday, September 28, 2018. • Excellent communication skills on September 22nd at 2:00
Fax: (204) 867-2686 Email: Royalties. p.m. at Minnedosa Cemetery
• Flexible work schedule with capability of working long hours
with lunch to follow at Minne-
Any or all of the quotations may not be necessarily accepted. Duties and responsibilities: Lakefront Property dosa United Church. All are
(26-2) • Operation of light duty equipment $39,900. Only 10 Lake Lots welcome to attend.
• Short haul liquid fertilizer, NH3 and chemical Left! Price reduced to sell.
• Willing to be trained in and handle dangerous goods Sand beach, no building time
MORTGAGE SALE restrictions. Established area IN MEMORIAM
Redfern Farm Services offers a competitive wage. Interested applicants
with many cottages. Warren,
should submit resumes by September 24th , 2018:
Royal LePage 204-856-3076. In Loving Memory of
Mortgage Sale Advertisement who passed away
14 James Street, Moore Park REDFERN FARM SERVICES LTD.
Box 1480 MISCELLANEOUS September 15th, 2016
Under Order for Sale issued by the District Registrar of the Neepawa Land Titles Neepawa, MB
Office the following land will be sold at auction on Tuesday the 2nd day of Memory is a lovely lane,
R0J 1H0 The Christian loves and
October, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. at 14 James Street, Moore Park, Manitoba: Where hearts are ever true.
respects the Lord’s Day (Sun- A lane we so often
HEALTH day) because: 1. It is evidence
of love for the Almighty God.
travel down,
Because it leads to you.
REAL PROPERTY ACT IN SE 1/4 6-13-17 WPM 2. It is the day of worship. 3. It Always a smile
Title No. 2844450/5 MEDICAL TRANSCRIP- brings a relief from the stress
Trouble instead of a frown,
The property is a 100’ x 150’ lot in the Village of Moore Park, Manitoba including TION! In-demand career! Em- Walking? and strain of everyday life. 4. Always a hand
a 1984 72’ x 14’ Dutch Villa Mobile Home. The home has three bedrooms and two ployers have work-at-home It contributes to the strength- when one is down.
bathrooms, an attached deck and two small sheds. positions available. Get online Hip or Knee ening of family life. 5. It gives Always true, thoughtful
training you need from an em- Replacement? quiet opportunities for read- and kind,
The property is vacant and will be open for inspection by potential purchasers
ployer-trusted program. Visit: Restrictions in daily ing, mediation and study of Wonderful memories
on Wednesday the 26th day of September, 2018 from 6:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. or 1-855- activities? God’s Word. 6. It brings op- he left behind.
The property taxes are paid to December 31, 2017. Property taxes for 2018 are 768-3362 to start training for $2,500 portunities for Christian ser-
the buyer’s responsibility as are outstanding water bills, if any. your work-at-home career to- Tax Credit vice. 7. If we use the day as Always loved, Always
The property will be sold subject to a RESERVE BID of $31,600.00. day! $40,000 God intends, it will provide remembered
refund cheque/ strength for the week’s activ- Dennis and Debbie
A deposit of $5,000.00 in cash or bank draft payable to “Roy Johnston TDS trust CLASS 1 ities. John G Roberts. Please
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May 12th, 1963 – August 31, 2018
Ronald Robert Reilly was the first born of Robert A. (Bert) and Lillian (Kerr) Reilly at Neepawa
Dorothy May Levich MB.
(nee Fox) of Newdale/Basswood “Ronnie” was raised on the family farm in the Mentmore District – RM of Langford. He at-
passed away at Brandon Region- tended school in Brookdale until the age of 16 when he left school to farm full time with Dad. Ron
al Hospital peacefully with was raised in the house where his Mother was born. He was a hard worker on the farm where there
family by her side at the age of were cows to be milked, chickens and cattle fed. They farmed a half section of land and with a low
55. water table there was no running water at times they had to haul water from Brookdale for the ani-
Dorothy was born in mals. An accident with a baler in 1965 resulted in Ron losing part of his left hand.
Winnipeg, MB to Lucille and Jim Growing up Ron loved sports as a participant and spectator – running, broomball, skating,
Fox. At the age of six the family re- hockey, baseball etc. He attended Church and Sunday School at Gordon United Church.
located to Minnedosa, MB where At 45 Ron started his second life following Dad’s passing. After a short stay in
Dorothy attended school graduating Swan River he moved to Victor House in Brandon for a life skills training program. Soon after
grade 12 in 1981. completion of this program he moved to Minnedosa. He embraced life in the Community and he thrived
In her youth she enjoyed here. He became involved with Frontier Trading Company and Special Olympics where he made lasting
figure skating along with a variety of other sports and activities friendships and participated to his fullest in all activities. He won many Special O medals and continued to bowl until his health
including family camping trips, summers at the beach and fish- failed.
ing with the hopes of always bringing in a master angler. He worked job training projects with Rolling River School Division and at the Care Home, working with the maintenance de-
At an early age Dorothy developed a strong love of animals partments, he then worked sorting the recycling at Newdale until mandatory retirement at 65. He also mowed grass and shovelled
starting with cats and dogs progressing to living on an acreage snow at many residences in the community.
with husband Tom where they raised a wide variety of animals For many years he lived with Allison and her family where he became part of this Church family and enjoyed his time walking
from potbellied pigs, goats, cows, donkeys and chickens. Dor- the dog, working in the yard and participating in the family’s activities.
othy’s hobby farm gave her absolute joy and contentment. Ron was well known at the Minnedosa Bomber games, acting as “water boy” for many seasons. He could be seen whizzing
Dorothy’s employment included co-managing Sears in down the street on his bike.
Minnedosa, working at a local grocery store before moving to Ron loved to go for coffee, tell stories, eat and travel. He took bus tours to many locations in Canada and the US bringing home
the country where she secured a position with Canada Post in pictures, stories and souvenir tee shirts. He loved visiting his sister’s family and his cousins. Ron liked to read and poured over his
Newdale eventually being promoted to the Postmaster position daily Brandon Sun until last spring.
which she’s held for the past ten years. In retirement Ron moved into Townview Manor where he enjoyed the socialization and Congregate meals. As he aged he
Dorothy was predeceased by her mother Lucille in 1985 required increasing support. He enjoyed going for drives, coffee and shopping with his support workers. With their assistance and
and her father Jim in 2004. Home Care he was able to maintain independent living until the spring of 2014 when he moved in the Minnedosa Personal Care
Surviving are her husband Tom of 18 years, sister Home. He enjoyed the activities and outings as a resident there.
Linda(Greg) Willms, niece Brittany(Jack) Lajoie, and nephews Ron was predeceased by his parents Lillian (1963) and Bert (1985), 2 siblings in infancy, grandparents Richard and Sarah Reilly
Tyrus and Colton Willms. and Isaac and Rosa Kerr.
A memorial service was held September 6th, 2018 at New- He is survived by sister Janice (Barry) Fawcett, niece Jennifer (Brendon) Foot, Danielle and Sarah; and nephews James (Lisa)
dale, MB with Elgin Hall officiating. Fawcett, Justin; and Daniel (Crystal) Fawcett, Liam, Kyllie and Eli; also numerous cousins and their families.
In lieu of flowers, donations in Dorothy’s honor may be Funeral service will take place on Saturday, September 15th, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. at St. Mark’s Anglican Church, Minnedosa,
made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or a charity of one’s Manitoba with interment in Riverside Cemetery, Neepawa, MB. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Minnedosa Per-
choice. sonal Care Home Activity Fund or Minnedosa Special Olympics.
Minnedosa Funeral Service in care of arrangements. Minnedosa Funeral Service in care of arrangements.

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Horticultural Society Hosts Successful Produce Sale

By KAREN MITCHELL attendance at the sale. the big August show held
“We always appreciate the at the Conference Centre.

L ast Thursday, Septem-

ber 6th, within the
walls of the United Church
community support as a
whole and we have several
community members who
The two annual sales are
the main fundraisers for
the club and helps pay for
Hall, the Horticultural So- donate items to the sale the club’s peony and Au-
ciety held its annual fall as well. It’s always a great gust show expenses.
produce sale and tea. day,” said Parsons. Over “Our goal as a whole is
Tables filled with flow- six hundred dollars for the to promote gardening and
er arrangements, fresh cut group was raised through the beautification of the
flowers, perennials, pro- sales and donations. community,” explained
duce and jellies could be The Minnedosa Hor- Parsons. From maintain-
found for sale, and after ticultural Society is under ing the Ishii Garden at the
shopping and mingling the larger umbrella of The back of the Minnedosa
with club members, visi- Manitoba Horticultural Regional Library all sum-
tors could also enjoy fresh Association (MHA) and mer, touring other gardens
baking and a cup of tea for currently has 25 members. in Manitoba, to opening
a small donation. The club holds two sales their own personal yards
Albert Parsons, Horti- per year, a spring sale in up to the Communities in
cultural Society president, May and this fall sale in Bloom events, club mem-
Photo by Karen Mitchell
was very happy with the September. There is also bers keep themselves very
community support and a peony show in June and busy. Sisters Elsie and Dorothy Tomlinson have been members
of the Horticultural Society since 1993.

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($2 charge - $10 minimum order)
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*Senior’s Discount every Friday (65 & up) (STARTS FRIDAY 9:00 A.M. - ENDS THURSDAY 9:00 P.M.) (24 hours notice is appreciated)
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Campbells RTE soups asstd ................................................. 540ml ..........2/$4.00 Cauliflower............................................................. $3.29
Eagle Brand milk sweetened ............................................... 300ml ............. $2.99 Honeydew .................................................................................................$2.99/ea
Unico tomato canned, beans asstd ..............................540-796ml ..........4/$5.00 PC™ mini red, yellow., mixed potato ....................................680g ......... $3.49ea
Lipton soup tomato, chicken noodle, Knorr soup ........ 145-165g ..........2/$3.00 Royal gala apples ...................................................................................... $1.49/lb
PC™ Splendido olive oil extra virgin ........................................ 1lt ............. $9.99 Lemons ........................................................................................................5/$2.99

Unico olives black pitted, slices........................................... 375ml ..........2/$3.00
Catelli lasagna ..........................................................................375g ..........2/$5.00
Catelli sauce asstd .................................. 640ml ...... $1.99
Crisco vegetable, canola oil .................................................. 1.42lt ............. $4.99
Crisco shortening ....................................................................454g ..........2/$5.00
RH flour all purpose ..............................2.5kg ...... $4.49 Wonder rolls hamburger/hot dog ..................... 12s .. 2/$5.00
Sugar in the raw .......................................................................500g ............. $2.99

Gain liquid flings .......................................................... 342g-1.47lt ............. $5.99
Mr. Clean cleaner..................................................................... 1.2lt ............. $3.49
Downy ultra free, Bounce ..........................................1.53lt, 120ea ............. $6.99
Dawn Ivory ultra dish liquid ................................................ 532ml ............. $2.49

Becel margarine tub soft .........................................................454g ............. $3.00

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