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INSIDE Debating The Cool Spring Proposal


this week

Writers
Workshop

8
Fifteen
Rinks in Photo by Karen Mitchell

By KAREN MITCHELL conditional use by Cool barn. With the construc- totaling 1,218 animal units. nical Review Committee to
Ladies Spring Colony Ltd. in the tion of these two buildings, This would be an over- review the application and

Bonspiel O n Wednesday, Feb- Bethany-Clanwilliam area the colony is hoping to ex- all increase of 174 animal report back to the council

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ruary 20th, approxi- northeast of Minnedosa. pand their broiler opera- units. with findings and recom-
mately 40 interested The proposal includes tion to 96,000 animals (480 Due to the application mendations.
residents gathered at the the construction of a animal units) and add 500 being over the 250 animal
Minnedosa Ukrainian Hall 31,000 square foot broiler layers, 400 ducks and four unit threshold, the Rural Continued
for the public hearing re- poultry barn and a 12,480 dairy cows which would Municipality of Minto- on Page 3
garding an application for square foot multi-purpose result in a mixed operation Odanah required a Tech-

Minnedosa Mustangs Bring Home The Gold


By KAREN MITCHELL The U17 girls first on Monday against SCSA
game was on Friday, Feb- MacFarlane, landing the

D uring the weekend of


February 15th to 18th
the Minnedosa Mustangs,
ruary 15th which saw them
defeat Southdale U17G
with a score of 1-0. On
win with a score of 2-1.
The U12 girls played
two games on Saturday,
both the U12 and U17 girls Saturday, they tied East one against SCSA Storm
soccer teams headed to End U17G with a score of in which they defeated
Winnipeg to compete in 0-0 and on Sunday they them 2-0 and one against
the Golden Boy Youth Soc- beat out SWCC Webster/ Park City Muzia were they
cer Tournament. Fraser with a score of 2-1. lost 1-0. On Sunday, they
Both teams walked With these games under played Corydon U12G and
away at the end of the their belt the team was tied walked away with the win
weekend wearing a gold with East End U17G and with a score of 3-0. Head-
medal that acknowledged had to go into a shoot out ing into the final game,
the hard work and great to determine who would Minnedosa was second in
game skills displayed, not play in the finals. After the round robin.
only during the weekend seven shooters Minnedosa
but throughout the entire walked away with the win, Continued on
Photo submitted season. taking them to the finals Page 3
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Rotary Club Boosts Local Talent Gearing Up


Daycare Fundraising For Festival of the Arts
SUBMITTED

T he 38th Annual Roll-


ing River Festival of
the Arts will begin on the
evening of Monday, March
11th at the Minnedosa
United Church with the
piano solos. The piano sec- arts, vocal solos, adult taught since 1984. Allison
tion will continue Tuesday speech arts and adult has won many prestigious
and will adjudicated by choir. The adjudicator for awards over the years, in-
April Gibson. these sessions will be Ar- cluding for her choreogra-
April began her mu- line Collins. phy. Allison currently lives
sic studies at the Victoria Living in Arborg, Ar- in Winnipeg.
Conservatory of music, line has a private music The Rolling River Fes-
and completed her studies studio where she teaches tival of the Arts organizers
in 1982. She is active as an singing, piano, accordion, include Val Dornn (Chair-
adjudicator, workshop and guitar and theory. As a cho- person), Ingrid Loewen
masterclass clinician. She ral conductor, she has pro- (Secretary), Sheona Smith
has taught piano, compo- duced school productions (Treasurer), Eleanor Epp,
sition and piano pedagogy and conducted choirs. She Christine Bailey, Sheila
in BC, Alberta and Mani- has many academic cre- Thiessen and Shelley
toba. Presently she teaches dentials to her name from Hume.
in Killarney and Brandon several fine universities. Festival organizers en-
Photo submitted University. April is also on On Friday, March courage you to come out
the faculty for the “kick 15th, the festival will move and listen to, and to watch
By KAREN MITCHELL
start” Piano Ensemble of to Rivers for the dance por- our local talent. This fes-
BU. tion at the Riverdale Com- tival is gearing up to be a
O n Thursday, February 21st the Minnedosa Rotary Club donated $3,000 towards the
Minnedosa Community Child Care Co-op expansion project.
“The Minnedosa Rotary Club is committed to supporting projects in the commu-
On Wednesday, March
13th the festival will move
munity Centre. Allison
Banman will be the adju-
very enjoyable one. Hope
to see you there. A full bi-
to the Minnedosa Com- dicator. ography of each adjudica-
nity that enhances the lives of those whom call Minnedosa and area home,” stated Ro-
munity Conference Centre Allison obtained her tor can be found in the fes-
tary Club President, Roberta Galbraith. “We are fortunate to have a community daycare
for the school and choirs B.A. from the University tival program.
facility that is expanding.  More families in Minnedosa is good for our schools, busi-
in the morning and then of Manitoba in 1993, with Please see a more de-
nesses, sport and tourism to name a few.  Congratulations to the Minnedosa Day Care
moves back to the United an additional education tailed schedule in the ad-
on taking on this valuable expansion project.”
Church for the afternoon degree in Early Years Edu- vertisement elsewhere in
and evening for speech cation. She is a trained this paper.
dance teacher and has

The Minnedosa Performing Arts


Expressions Concert Series Presents

Schedule
Monday, March 11, 2019 –
Minnedosa United Church - 48 Main St. S.
CASATI
Thursday, March 7th, 2019
The Minnedosa Performing Arts Expressions Concert Series
7:00 p.m. Piano, Grades 7 - 10 Show starts at 7:30 p.m.
Presents

Quinton Blair
Tuesday, March 12, 2019 – Minnedosa United Church
Minnedosa United Church
9:00 a.m. Piano, Beginner, Grades 1 & 2 Friday,Tickets
October available
7th,at the Door.
2016 at 7:30 p.m.
1:00 p.m. Piano. Grades 3 - 5 Minnedosa Community Conference Centre
Adults $20
Doors open at 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday, March 13, 2019 – Students (13-18)
Advance tickets available at the Library.
Minnedosa Community Conference Centre - FreeAdults
if accompanied by an adult
$20 (Students accompanied or $10
by an adult free)
63 Main St. N. Students (13-18) $10 19031BB0
Web site: http://www.expressionsconcerts.ca
9:15 a.m. School Choirs, Speech Choirs
Wednesday, March 13, 2019 –
Wine and beer available
Minnedosa United Church for purchase
1:00 p.m. Speech Arts, Vocal Solos (up to 10 years) (must be 18 years or older).
Please drink All proceeds to go to
7:00 p.m. Vocal 15+, Adult Speech Arts, Adult Choir responsibly. Minnedosa Performing
Friday, March 15, 2019 – Arts Committee
Riverdale Community Centre -
101 Main Street, Rivers, MB
9:00 a.m. Dance
1:00 p.m. Dance
Programs are available for sale at Minnedosa Pharmacy,
Rivers Home Hardware, and at the door. With much appreciation to our sponsors:

Everyone is welcome to attend any and all sessions!


Admission is $2/session or $5/season pass (50-2)
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, March 1, 2019 3

Minnedosa Launches New Branding and Logo


By KAREN MITCHELL Starting in the spring and threats. quality of Minnedosa lake
of 2017, the EDO realized Strengths – dominated Certain areas identi-

O n Thursday, February
21st Minnedosa’s new
logo and branding was
the need to update mes-
saging, logo and marketing
materials. From that time
by geographical location
and physical landscape
(valley, hills and water),
fied that are already at-
tracting visitors to our area
include; Minnedosa Lake,
revealed for the first time wheels have been in mo- proximity to Brandon and Ski Valley, multi-use trails
at the Minnedosa United tion, working hand in hand Riding Mountain National and greenspaces, Rockin’
Church. Close to 40 peo- with Travel Manitoba, Park, quality local services the Fields and local shop-
ple showed up to witness Derek Boyd of the Graphic and amenities ping. Areas that have been
the announcement of the Factory, Minnedosa Tour- Weaknesses – poor identified as potential at-
new “Valley Life” brand. ism Committee including; highway visibility due to tractions include the Golf
Minnedosa and Area Marlies Soltys, Mark Blais, bypass, accommodations Course, hunting, fishing
Economic Development Lori Cooper, Shannon Al- sector lacking, inconsis- and Fun Fest.
Officer (EDO), Chantelle exander, Mitch Burgess tent business hours Work continues to up-
Parrott, presented on the and Erin Woodcock, and Opportunities – in- date social media, Main
details of the logo includ- Maddy Grant who created creased focus on winter Street signage and maps,
ing the what, who and a new promotional video experiences, increased signage on Highways #10,
why’s. “The purpose of series for Minnedosa. visitation from RMNP trav- #16 and #1, print media
place branding is to turn a Results from the ellers, develop experiential and advertisements and
place from a location into a Travel Manitoba Strategic tourism market create branded clothing.
destination, a place where Planning Session held on Threats – burnout of Keep your eyes open
people want to invest, live, October 1st, 2018 outlined volunteers, community for upcoming changes
work and visit,” explained Minnedosa’s strengths, resistance to change and bearing the newest logo for
Parrott. weaknesses, opportunities growth, water levels and Minnedosa.

Various Options at Cool Spring Hearing At left, Mayor Pat Skatch, Tourism Chair
Photo submitted

Continued ment of Manitoba website. runoff, odour, manure ap- approximately four-hour Marlies Soltys and Economic Development
from Page 1 Burns Maendel Con- plication and compliance hearing and will meet on Officer Chantelle Parrott cut the cake during
sulting Engineering Ltd. of requirements. March 14th and a decision the Minnedosa Valley Life unveiling.
Don Malinowski, pre- presented on behalf of Organizations pre- on the application may be
sented on behalf of the Cool Spring Colony (pro- senting in favour of the made at that time. Those
Technical Review Commit- ponent) and outlined the application included Red- in attendance at the public
tee (TRC) and according full proposal and steps be- fern, Dunn Rite Foods and hearing were asked to pro- Strathclair Drama Club
to the report stated, “The ing taken by the Colony to Manitoba Chicken Pro- vide an email address and presents its 37th annual production
information contained in meet with requirements to ducers who all reported will be notified once a de-
the Site Assessment sub- date. that Cool Spring has been, cision is made.
mitted by the proponent After the presenta- to date, following the re- Watch future edition
generally meets Provincial tions were completed, in- quirements and regula- of The Tribune for the turn-
requirements. In addition, dividuals and/or groups tions. out of this controversial is-
based on available infor- were welcome to present Council closed the sue.
mation it has been deter- to the committee either in
mined that the proposed favour or opposed to the
operation will not create fore mentioned applica-
a risk to health, safety or tion. Several concerned
the environment, or that residents, landowners and
any risk can be minimized Friends of Minnedosa Lake
through the use of appro- presented with multiple
priate practices, measures concerns and issues if the
and safeguards.” The full council were to approve
report, along with the full proposal. Major concerns By L. Frank Baum with music and lyrics by Harold Arlen and E. Y. Harburg
Background music by Herbert Stothart. Dance and vocal arrangements by Peter
23 step review process, can included, but were not Howard. Orchestration by Larry Wilcox. Adapted by John Kane for the Royal
be found on the govern- limited to were; drainage Shakespeare Company. Based upon the classic motion picture owned by Turner
Entertainment Co. and distributed in all media by Warner Bros. The Wizard of Oz
is presented by arrangement with TAMS-WITMARK, www.tamswitmark.com

Soccer Girls Earn BOOK FAIR


April 22-27, 2019
Bend Theatre, Strathclair
Championship in the Pit at TCS 7:30 p.m. nightly
Monday, March 11th to Friday, March 15th
Tickets go on sale
Continued from Page 1 9:00 a.m. to 3:25 p.m. every day
Family Night Thursday, March 14th Saturday, March 23
10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Battling the team that had beat them previously,
Minnedosa dominated the field and went home with the 5:00 p.m. to close
win with a score of 2-0.
“Both teams played extremely well all weekend,” *Everyone is welcome to come shop this event Phone 204-365-2436
stated Coach Ryan Skelton. “It’s a really cool thing to see
*Buy for yourself, gifts, or donate wish list items to classrooms Main floor, $20; balcony, $15.
that small town Minnedosa can go to the big city and take
PAYMENT BY CASH, CHEQUE OR E-TRANSFER
home the gold with both teams entered.”
A huge congratulations to the Minnedosa Mustangs This is a great fundraiser for our school and
girls soccer teams on your gold medal win and the end to
Box office hours March 24-April 20:
puts lots of great books in the hands of our students. 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Monday-Friday.
a great season!
Please leave message, waiting list available.
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Viewpoint
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Darryl a.Holyk - PublisHer anD eDitor

Hometown Businesses Supporting One Another


By DARRYL HOLYK our advertisers, we could not stay in business as advertis- remain a valuable asset in our community. Without your
ing remains our largest source of revenue. support, businesses will be lost and sadly, once they are

I t is no secret that I am a huge advocate for the Shop Lo-


cal initiative. As a small, independent business owner I
understand the importance of supporting the businesses
The Tribune is proud to be part of the recently an-
nounced News Media Canada “Proud Advertiser” cam-
paign, and as so, watch for our “Local Matters” ads
gone, they are often gone forever. Remember, Buy Local
before its Bye Local!

here in our own community. Without the support of cus- featuring our top advertisers who frequently use The
tomers buying local, our local businesses cannot and will Tribune to reach their customers. This ad, published at

Letters to the
not survive. It is a very simple concept – every time you no cost to the businesses featured, is our small way to
spend money at one of your local businesses you help thank these advertisers for supporting our newspaper
that business keep its doors open, you allow the business and printing business week after week. We will also be
owner to pass that money on to his or her employees presenting these advertisers with a “Proud Advertiser –

Editor
through wages, pay the businesses utility bills and other Local Matters” sticker, which we hope they will display in
expenses, bring in new products or services and hopeful- their business to show their customers that they support
ly, if there is enough left over, that business can give back other local businesses, such as their local community
to the community through a donation or sponsorship. newspaper.
Without customer support, none of that can happen. Our first two local advertisers to be featured are Kim’s Dear Editor,
Starting with today’s edition and over the next few Quality Foods for their large weekly ad in The Tribune and
weeks, The Minnedosa Tribune will be recognizing the
local businesses who use The Tribune to reach their cus-
Minnedosa Home Hardware for choosing The Tribune to
distribute their flyer. We thank these businesses for their H ello residents of Minnedosa and surrounding ar-
eas. Last Thursday morning, February 21st, I was
fortunate enough to attend an information session
tomers and clients through advertisements on a regu- advertising commitment to their local hometown news-
lar basis. Their ads are the reason we can keep our door paper and encourage you to support them in return! put on by Service to Seniors at the 50+ Drop in Cen-
open, pay our bills, give back to our community and of Please join us in celebrating our local advertisers tre. There were three topics with speakers from Home
course, provide our readers with local news stories each and do your part - when you see a local business ad in Care, Meals on Wheels and the Minnedosa and Area
and every week, as we have done for 136 years! Without The Tribune please support that business so that they can Food Bank. Unfortunately, there was only one other
individual attended the gathering.
Maxine Woodcock, who is The Service to Seniors

Local Matters
Coordinator, has repeatedly put in many hours to line
up presentations like this one to inform area residents
of valuable services and available information. The
sessions are well advertised in The Minnedosa Tribune
By BOB COX for their communities by shopping locally. as well as through posters throughout town including
Publisher, Winnipeg Free Press Local businesses are the heart of communities across the Post Office and on Facebook. I am wondering what
Chair, News Media Canada Canada. Most residents choose to “Buy Local” when giv- it would take to get more residents out to the sessions?
en the choice. When a consumer supports local business It would be a shame if the service no longer existed in
our town, but is it worth the time and effort put into
T he same day that the Winnipeg Free Press carried
news of Franklin Roosevelt’s death, its advertising in-
cluded a local store offering bologna for 21 cents a pound.
owners there are advantages and benefits for everyone.
Local businesses enhance communities, connect and
support residents socially and enhance employment and
arranging things as well as the time volunteered by
the speakers who are also busy and sometimes work-
As I look at that April 1945 edition, I often wonder which the economy by circulating dollars between businesses.  ing residents so that maybe one individual will show
information readers found more valuable – the death of a Significantly more money stays in a community when up?
world leader or a bargain at a local meat shop.  Chances purchases are made at locally owned businesses thanks I just wanted to raise the issue as it seems to me
are it was the bologna. Readers have always trusted their to the ripple effect that contributes to the health of our that if there is no cost to attend a function or there is
local newspapers for information relevant to their lives. Canadian communities. no alcohol available then people don’t want to attend.
Much of that information is contained in ads from local Local newspapers are supporting the “Buy Local” Please prove me wrong the next time you see an ad
retailers. movement with a new program  that recognizes proud in The Tribune or a poster in the Post Office and try
The classic definition of a good newspaper is “a com- advertisers throughout the paper and on our websites to attend. Every person, even the young, are aging
munity in conversation with itself.” Smart local advertis- with “Local Matters” ads. and can always use valuable information brought to
ers have always known they want to be in on that con- Local businesses are being encouraged to show their you by our local Services to Seniors. Don’t wait until
versation. Those of us involved in publishing newspapers support for local by displaying Proud Advertiser stickers you require a service to try and see if it exists, attend a
have always been proud of our relationships with local in store windows. session or two. You just may be surprised at what you
advertisers – relationships that make our communities Together we can boost our local economies by sup- could learn!
stronger. porting the local businesses that support the local news-
That is why we are now running our own ads to show paper – and that’s no baloney. Len Luker,
our pride and encourage readers to show their support Minnedosa, MB

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Upcoming Changes in
Education Property Tax Credit
Ye O l d
Trib
By KAREN MITCHELL will mean that the EPTC ceive the full $700 rebate.” explained, “Residents that
maximum of $700 will ap- The measure is being are affected by the changes

D ue to a change in the
2018 Manitoba Gov-
ernment’s Budget, resi-
ply only to the school tax
portion of a tax bill. Previ-
ously if your school taxes
implemented in the con-
text of the Government’s
commitment to budgeting
will be receiving notifica-
tion by the Town.” Marzoff
also added that the EPTC
dents will notice a change were $500 this would be only for entities that form is entirely funded by the
on their upcoming 2019 rebated, but the additional part of it’s Summary Bud- province and these chang-
property tax bill with the $200 will not go against get. School divisions are es do not affect the overall
Manitoba Education Prop- your municipal taxes. This included in the Summary revenues for municipali- 1889 – The first rain of the season fell Thursday evening
erty Tax Credit (EPTC). means the homeowners Budget however munici- ties or school divisions. and the weather ever since has been delightful. The snow
According to Rid- will pay the $200. Any ho- palities are not. is nearly all gone and wheels are coming into general use
ing Mountain MLA, Greg meowner with school tax- Cindy Marzoff, COA once again.
Nesbitt, “This change es of $700 or more will re- for the Town of Minnedosa,
1899 – A committee has been formed protesting the ac-

MLA Reads To Students


tion of the GNWC Railway building a station three miles
from town because Rapid City citizens refused to pay a
large bonus.

1909 – The rink known as the old Drummond rink chal-


lenges any rink in town to a game for a bag of flour for the
As February was hospital.
I Love to Read Month,
Riding Mountain 1919 – Dance classes will commence in Pearson’s Hall
March 6th. Children at 4:15 p.m. and adults at 3 p.m. Five
MLA, Greg Nesbitt,
lessons for $1.00.
visited a few schools
in the constituency to
1959 – The March of Dimes campaign in Minnedosa has
read to students. He created a new record so far. With the Ladies Auxiliary and
is pictured with local 4-H clubs still to be heard from, $398.30 has been col-
students during his lected with expenses of only $7.00.
recent visit to Tanner’s
Crossing School. 1969 – Minnedosa Credit Union assets passed the $1
Million mark in 1968. Membership is now in excess of
1,500 people.
Photo submitted
1979 – Effective March 1st, Jim and Judy Boyd have pur-

Starting a New Job chased Hainstock’s Fashions and will carry on business
under the new name of The Fashion House Ltd. Marion
and Brian Bruce have purchased Hainstock’s Men’s Wear
and will continue that business under the name of Brian
Brought to you by: Yellow- you may need to find other may have different ways of terest, take initiative, and Bruce Men’s Wear Ltd.
head Regional Employ- ways to learn about the doing things. commit to doing the work.
ment Skills and Services company. You can review Be Respectful – It’s Work smart: Listen, 1989 – Manitoba Attorney General, Jim McRae will be
the company’s website, important to respect your ask questions, and work the keynote speaker at a reception Friday to officially

S tarting a New Job can talk to your supervisor or employer and new co- safely open the facelift of the Minnedosa Courthouse. Done
be both exciting and HR department, or find an workers. This includes last year, the courthouse walls and ceilings were re-
challenging. experienced staff member simple things like: Turning Believe in yourself: Have paired, new carpet and lights installed and areas of the
The first days of any to talk to. the ringer off on your cell confidence in your skills building repainted.
new job can be tough, as Take Initiative - Tak- phone, only making and and abilities: you were of-
you work on fitting in and ing initiative means do- taking personal calls when fered the job for a reason! 1999 – The Town of Erickson and R.M. of Clanwilliam
learning your new duties. ing what’s needed without you are on breaks, listen- have passed resolutions to jointly form a Community De-
You want to show your em- being asked. Make a list of ing, being on time, and Funding Provided By: The velopment Corporation to promote economic develop-
ployer that they hired the tasks you can do when you doing the best job you can Government of Canada ment in the area.
right person! have downtime at your job. do. and The Manitoba Govern-
Here are some tips for You may be able to find this Work hard: Show in- ment
in your job description, or
2009 – Following a public meeting a new arena is in the
starting a new job. works for Minnedosa. The first financial donation toward
Be Punctual/Arrive you ask your supervisor.
the project has been made by the local Pee Wee Girls
Early – It is helpful to ar- Learn Policies and
hockey team who donated $500 from their 50/50 draws.
rive 10to 15 minutes before Procedures – Learn work-
A rough timeline of the project could see the new arena
your actual start time. De- place policies and proce-
open in May 2014.
pending on your job, you dures as quickly as you
might require time to pre- can. This will help make
pare before starting. your transition to a new
New Hire Orienta-
tion – Many companies
workplace easier.
Be Willing to Learn –
A new job is full of oppor-
Dr. Derek Papegnies
offer an orientation to new
tunities for learning. Even
employees. Some compa-
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Bombers and Wild Battle It Out


By DARRYL HOLYK with the Bombers achiev- win over the Bombers. second period followed Kelly Stinson and Matt Sal- Bombers final game goals
ing one scored by Michael Friday night, February by the lone and winning er assisted by Russ Huyghe were scored by Matt Saler.

A s of presstime Wednes-
day, the Minnedosa
Senior Bombers were sit-
Birch assisted by James
McCarville and Brad Lew-
is. The Bombers opened
22nd, saw the Bombers at
home in their next game
against MacGregor. Home-
Bombers goal in the third
period by Russ Huyghe as-
sisted by Shane Jury and
and Clay Bergeson. Sec-
ond period goals were shot
by Ryan Heino, Matt Saler
The first assisted by Russ
Huyghe and Tyler Jury and
the second assisted by Kel-
ting with two wins and two the second period with a town fans cheered the boys Matt Saler. and Russ Huyghe assisted ly Stinson, Shane Jury.
losses in their Best of Five goal shot by Ryan Heino on to a win of 4-1 over The Saturday night, by Matt Saler. MacGregor With The Bombers
Series Final against the assisted by Michael Birch. Wild. Hometown Bombers both teams returned to fought back and got on and The Wild sitting with
MacGregor Wild. Jon Kowal also got a goal goals were scored by Ryan Minnedosa Arena. The the score board with three two wins each, the final
Following the series for the Bombers assisted Heino, followed by Matt Bombers dominated the goals in the third period series game was played in
opener, which MacGregor by Cory Hodgson. The Saler assisted Russ Huyghe first and second periods but the Bombers im- MacGregor Wednesday
won, the two teams faced Wild fought back with an- and Clay Bergeson in the with two goals in the first pressed their hometown night. The Wild defeated
off again in MacGregor other two goals in the sec- first period. Nathan Ste- and three in the second. fans by working hard for the Bombers 4-1 winning
on Wednesday, February ond. Period three saw no phenson assisted by Derek First period goals were two more goals to close out the best-of-five series 3-2.
20th. The first period saw goals for either team which Cameron and Matt Saler scored by Ryan Heino as- the game with a win of 7-3
the Wild score three goals ended the game with a 5-3 had the lone goal of the sisted by Brad Lewis, and over The Wild. Both of the

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Nutella spread Medium ..........................................................375g ...............$2.99 Michelina assorted -regular only ...........255g ...... $1.29
MH tin roasted coffee ............................ 925gr ...... $8.99 EL Monterey TQTS chicken,beef ............................................595g ............. $7.99
Quaker Dipps or Chewy bars assorted ......150g ...... $2.00 Eggo waffles original ............................................................. 280gr ............. $2.79
GG vegetables assorted ...........................................................750g ............. $2.79
NN™ Bath tissue 24DR,NN PT 6RL .................................................... $3.99-$4.49 McCain wedges,potato pancakes,tasti tater .................. 600-850g ............. $2.99
Dole fruit N Gel mix assorted ............................................. 4x123g ...............$2.49

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Spam luncheon .......................................................................340g ...............$3.99
Terra Xvir Olive oil ..................................................................... 1lt ...............$8.99
BC Super Moist cake,Frost Deluxe assorted .................. 340-432g ...............$1.99
Shake N Bake assorted .................................................... 142-184g ...............$2.49
Lays,Tostitos potato chips assorted ............................... 255-295g ...............$2.99
Bugles original .........................................................................213g ...............$1.99 PC chicken spring rolls.......................................................... 574gr ............. $8.99
Beneful dry dog food,Meow Mix cat food .................... 1.8kg-2kg ...............$6.99 NN pepperoni,salami chub .................................................. 500gr ............. $4.39
Fancy Feast cat food canned assorted ................................... 85gr ...............$0.65 Sirloin tip roast beef ................................................................................. $4.79/lb
NN™ cat litter clumping ...........................................................7kg ...............$4.99 Boneless, skinless chicken breast............................................................ $5.49/lb
Tetley tea orange pekoe,green with lemon ...................... 48-72ea ...............$4.99 Pork back ribs ........................................................................................... $4.39/lb
Eagle brand milk sweetened condensed ........................... 300ml ...............$2.99 Boneless pork leg roast ............................................................................ $2.79/lb
Dare Bear Paws cookies,Dare Wagon assorted ........... 240g-360g ...............$2.49 Campfire garlic sausage .......................................................................... $3.99/lb

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Minute Maid juice box assorted ...................................... 8x200ml ...............$3.49
Sunny D Tangy ...................................................................... 1.89lt ...............$2.99
NN™ tomatoes canned assorted ........................................ 796ml ...............$1.29
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Robin Hood oats quick,minute ................................................1kg ...............$2.49
NN™ CP assorted jam ................................ 1lt ...... $3.99
JIF peanut butter .......................................1kg ...... $4.49 Grapes-green,red .............................................. $2.99/lb
FM 3lb onions or 2lbB carrots ...................................................................... $1.79
Lysol wipes or all purpose cleaner ............................35ea-650ml ...............$2.99 FM Macintosh apples ................................................................ 3lb ............. $3.99
Fantastik cleaner trigger or Windex glass cleaner ....650-765ml ...............$3.99 Iceberg lettuce ............................................................................................... $1.99
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Broccoli .......................................................................................................... $1.99
Dads oatmeal or choc chip cookies .......320g ...... $2.49 Bartlett Pears ............................................................................................. $1.99/lb
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Campbell’s RTE assorted soups .......................................... 540ml ...............$2.29
M Leaf Tenderflake lard,Crisco shortening ....454g ...... $2.49
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Red River cereal ...................................................................1.35kg ...............$3.99
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Fifteen Teams in Minnedosa Ladies Bonspiel

Photos submitted

First Event winners: Terry Ursel , Wanda Rainka, Second Event winners: Julie Stiglitz, Jennifer Third Event winners: Angie Dmytriw, Wilma
Brenda Walker and Tracy Igonia. Stiglitz, Juliana Theroux and Bonnie Delaney. Jones, Susan Nelson and Joan Tegg.

SUBMITTED with the Lamb rink win- – third, Brenda Walker – macy, was won by the
ning the prize for best second, and Tracy Igonia – Dmytriw rink with Angie
Minnedosa
F rom February 8th
to10th, Minnedosa
Curling Club hosted its an-
sweaters.
Saturday saw a full day
of curling. Missy, Anita
lead. Runner up in the first
event was the Dalrymple
rink.
Dmytriw – skip, Wilma
Jones – third, Susan Nel-
son – second and Joan Lions Club
nual Ladies Bonspiel. This
year, 15 teams were en-
and the curling rink staff
served up a great banquet
The Second Event,
sponsored by Minnedosa
Tegg – lead. Runner up in
the third event was the Ste-
CONGRATULATIONS
tered in the bonspiel. for all the teams Saturday Heritage Co-op, was won phenson team.
Friday night, teams night. Local band, Back- by the Stiglitz rink, with
Eric Adamson $500
enjoyed a Nacho Night seat Trio, entertained the Julie Stiglitz – skip, Jenni-
sponsored by Minnedosa crowed Saturday night. fer Stiglitz – third, Juliana If your label reads Harold & Diana Gilleshammer $300
Credit Union. Teams wore
their best ugly sweaters
Sunday saw the finals.
Winner of the First Event,
Theroux – second and Bon-
nie Delaney – lead. Run-
19/03/31 Dave & Dawn Swift $200
sponsored by Minnedo- ner up in the second event
It’s time to renew
your subscription!
sa Credit Union, was the was the Dowsett team. WINNERS OF THE February 2019
Senior Rainka team with Terry
Ursel – skip, Wanda Rainka
The Third Event, spon-
sored by Minnedosa Phar- 204-867-3816 LIONS 200 CLUB DRAW
RF 281
Bowling   
ROLLING RIVER SCHOOL DIVISION
Results    
 Provincial Funding
REVENUE HIGHLIGHTS
2019-2020 PROPOSED BUDGET INVITATION TO ATTEND PUBLIC BUDGET PRESENTATION
7:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 6, 2019
o Funding of School Formula (-$195,455) (-2%) Division Administration Office, 36 Armitage Avenue, Minnedosa, MB
SUBMITTED o General Support Grant ($4,406)
o Tax Incentive Grant (-$14,973) SOURCES OF REVENUE
 Province limits Special Requirement / school budget tax increase to 2% PROPERTY TAXES, SPECIAL LEVY AND MILL RATE

B owlers of the week of


February 26th were
Doug Pettigrew +143 and
 Rolling River First Nations tuition - reduced enrollment (-$136,300)
 School of Choice fees - reduced enrollment from other school divisions (-$4,900)

EXPENDITURE HIGHLIGHTS
 Decrease 2.25 FTE (full time equivalent) instructional staff
Property Tax

Special Levy
2018
$11,896,156
Proposed
2019
$12,194,269
% Change
2.5%

o Maintain instructional programs (Band, Home Economics, Industrial Arts, Portioned $1,045,891,900 $1,060,013,960 1.4%
Debbie Tarn +200. Power Mechanics, Outdoor Education and Hockey Academy -continue no Assessment
parent fees for instructional programs).
Other good games o Decrease in school / classroom-based FTE Mill (Tax) Rate 11.4 11.5 1.1%
o Maintain Clinician FTE
were Ava Harris 128, Rose-  Maintain student & program specific Educational Assistant (EA) supports
The portion of the assessed value of a property that is taxed depends on the
o Student specific EA support (increase by 6 hours per day) category of property.
mary Hamilton 208, Don- o Maintain English as an Additional Language & Speech Language EA Residential 45% Farmland 26% Commercial 65%
na MacDonald 108, Vivian support
o Contingency available for General EA support (decrease by 5 hours Approximate Rolling River School Division school tax Increase from 2018 to
Cullen 203, Jim Clark 219, per day) 2019 for properties valued at $100,000 in 2018 and with no change in
 Increase in benefits expense – Group Life CPP, Pension, WCB rates assessed property value.
Wray Douglas 265, Alan  Increase in fees to other school divisions for programs not offered in RRSD
o Vocational and French Immersion Residential $5.84 Farmland $3.37 Commercial $8.43
Tarn 215, Robert Hendry  Continue to upgrade student computer technology equipment
o High School & K-8 technology device to student ratio maintained- expense
EXPENSES BY OBJECT
Formula to calculate your school taxes: A x B x C / D where
199, Doug Pettigrew 240, reduced
A = the assessed value of the property
 Adjust supplies and services expenses based on past-experience
234, 200, Ray Criddle 200,  Increase in utilities and fuel expense B = the portion of the assessed value that is taxed
o Rate increases and carbon tax impact C = the mill rate
Reinhardt Penner 142.  Maintain school bus replacement plan D = 1000

Budget Budget % Increase  The Education Property Tax Credit (EPTC) of $700 is deducted
REVENUE from an individual’s primary property’s residential school division
2018-2019 2019-2020 (Decrease)
taxes and reduces the property owner`s taxes prior to payment.
Provincial Education $9,800,067 $9,604,612 -2.0%
 Farmland property owners are eligible for the Farmland Tax

Bridge Club
Other Provincial Rebate equal to 80% of the school property taxes paid to a
$525,095 $552,501 5.2%
(net EPTC) maximum of $5000.
Ed. Prop. Tax Credit  Seniors may be eligible for the Education Property Tax Credit of
$2,221,271 $2,244,224
(EPTC) $700 plus a Seniors Education Property Tax Credit of $400 plus

Results
Tax Incentive Grant (TIG) $747,690 $730,946 2.0% the Seniors School Tax Rebate of up to $470.
Special Requirement $9,803,407 $10,052,682 Total # 10 year 5 year
Enrollment Total
Other Sources $1,714,470 $1,595,965 -6.9% Students Average Average
EXPENSES BY FUNCTION
Total Revenue $24,812,000 $24,780,930 -0.1% 30-Sep-00 2306
February 21st EXPENDITURE
Budget Budget % Increase 30-Sep-05 2041 -265.00
2018-2019 2019-2020 (Decrease)
30-Sep-10 1835 -206.00 -551 -13 11
Regular Instruction $14,745,355 $14,636,990 -0.7%
1st : Mel Harvey / Student Support Services $3,201,680 $3,255,500 1.7%
30-Sep-15 1701 -134.00

Wilf Taylor 30-Sep-18 1755 54.00


Community Education $32,070 $32,275 0.6%
Sept. 30, 2019
2nd: Norm Peterson / Divisional Administration $925,160 $910,185 -1.6% (Estimate)
1790 35.00      
Carol Lonsdale Instructional Support $509,035 $514,860 1.1%

3rd:  Judy McFadden / Transportation $1,716,455 $1,799,990 4.9% STRATEGIC PLAN PRIORITIES
Operations &
Valerie St. John $2,912,245 $2,973,130 2.1% Literacy & Numeracy
Maintenance
Health & Well Being
4th: Gwen Manns / Fiscal & Transfers to
$770,000 $658,000 -14.5% Cultural Proficiency
Capital
Linda Vint Total Expenditure $24,812,000 $24,780,930 -0.1%
8 Friday, March 1, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Library Hosts Writers Workshop


By KAREN MITCHELL The three local authors ern romance books has
on hand to answer ques- written several series in-

O n Saturday, February
23rd, the Minnedosa
Library hosted a Writers
tions were; Lesley Fisher,
Marie Pugh and Morgan
Pugh.
cluding; Wilder West Mail
Order Bride, Oregon Sky,
Loves a Gamble and Mail
Workshop. Guests were Lesley Fisher is the Order Mounties.
welcome to attend the two- author of fantasy books in- Marie’s daughter, Mor-
hour event to ask ques- cluding the Object series, gan, is the author of old
tions, get assistance with The Dream Champion and western romance books
story ideas or just brain- The Elven Prince. including; The Wagon, The
storm ideas with published Marie Pugh has writ- Barn, The Letter and The
authors and peers. ten a number of old west- Daisy.

Reena’s Tips and Hints


Dear Reena, per. Add more salt to taste. again need to purchase
Photo by Karen Mitchell
Can you please pro- Store in fridge for up to two them. Whenever possible,
vide me with a delicious weeks. hold clippers before buy-
recipe for homemade Cae- ing. The clippers should be
sar Salad dressing? Ben Dear Reena, easy to grip preferably with
I am tired of purchas- dual finger design, open
Dear Ben, ing cheap toe nail clippers and close with little effort
19031CC0 Into a bowl combine that don’t work properly. and display the word ‘rust-
the following ingredients: Please advise me on how proof’ on the packaging. A
Two minced garlic cloves, to properly choose a good variety of nail clippers are
one tsp. anchovy paste pair of clippers. Glenda specifically designed for
(optional), two tbsp. lem- those suffering with Ar-
on juice (fresh or bottled), Dear Glenda, thritis and another design
one tsp. Dijon mustard, When it comes to nail for infants. Some clippers
one tsp. Worcestershire clippers, price is a factor for have an adjustable handle
sauce, one cup mayon- quality. Choose clippers in suitable for infants and
naise, half cup grated par- the ten to 20 dollar range, adults.
mesan cheese, quarter tsp. it sounds like a lot, but
salt, one quarter tsp. pep- chances are you will never

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High School Hockey Happenings


By LAURA GOOD The Killarney/Wawanesa Play was evenly matched ond period. Chancellors Nemetchek and the sec- in the game. The team was
Raiders were second in in the second with each responded three minutes ond goal was scored by able to control most of the

I t’s hard to believe the


Chancellor’s season is
winding down. On Febru-
the standings during the
regular season. This was
going to a tough game. The
team notching two goals.
Mitch Collyer with lone as-
sist to Lucas Beatty scored
later with a goal scored by
Mitch Collyer, assisted by
Lucas Beatty. The Bron-
Carter Hedley, assisted by
Konlyn Nemetchek and
Bryden McFarlane. The
play by killing a four-min-
ute penalty at the start of
the third period. The fans
ary 12th the Chancellors Chancellors held their own and a power play goal by cos regained their two Chancellors continued were on the edge of the
hosted the Virden Golden for the first period with Konlyn Nemetchek as- goal lead a minute later their strong play and add- seats for the third period!
Bears for the final league Josh Good scoring, single sisted by Josh Good main- to lead 3-1. The Chancel- ed a fourth goal 22 seconds The Chancellors were able
game of the 2018/19 regu- assist to Luke Parrott. The tained the Chancellors two lors where fortunate to later by Sam Wilman, as- to control the third period
lar season. The Chancel- Raider’s had a 2-1 lead goal lead at the end of the have two power play goals. sisted by Mitch Collyer and and finish off the Broncos
lors kept pace with the after the first. Josh King- second period. The Bron- First scored by Liam Bach- Lucas Beatty to take the 4-3 and advancing to the
Golden Bears ending the don scored with assists cos found themselves in ewich, assisted by Konlyn first lead for the first time next round of play offs.
first period trailing one to Lucas Beatty and Liam the penalty box in the third
nothing. The Golden Bears Bachewich to briefly tie period and the Chancel-
added two more goals in the game at two a piece but lors capitalized. Lucas Be-
the second period. Josh that would not be enough. atty with assists to Carter
Good answered back for The second period did not Hedley and Mitch Collyer
the Chancellors on a two- go in the Chancellors favor and Mitch Collyer with as-
on-one with assists going as the Raiders extended sists to Carter Hedley and
to Luke Parrott and Carter their lead to 5-2. A win was Sam Wilman scored pow-
Hedley. The TSN turning not to be had as the Chan- er play goals to give the
point was when the Chan- cellors fell to the Raiders Chancellors a four-goal
cellors found themselves 7-2. The loss would knock lead in the third. The Bron-
in penalty trouble and the the Chancellors out of the cos were not done yet and
Golden Bears took advan- Provincial playoffs. found the back of the net
tages scoring three power The Chancellors start- twice to inch closer to win.
play goals in the second
period. The boys’ second
ed the best of three con-
solation side play offs on
This was not enough, and
the Chancellors earned a
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Erickson 4-H Beef Club Report


By easton Paterson sweets. My favourite was Drive at the Erickson
Evelyn’s homemade Eat Crossroads. It was a really

T he Erickson 4-H Beef


Club has been very
busy since my January re-
More bars! The winners
were: Junior One Person
Visual Presentation – Eas-
fun night of cards, prizes
and of course snacks. The
high cards for the night
port. On February 11th, ton Paterson, Intermedi- were Leona Mackedenski
we had our last meeting. ate Public Speaking – first and Lorne Mackedenski.
Right after that meeting, place Amy Pugh, second We also did our annual pie
our annual Communica- place Leah Gunnarson, raffle that night too. Rob
tions Night took place. Senior Two Person Vis- Pollichuk and Gord Peters
Our speeches were held at ual Presentation – Rylee were the lucky winners
the Erickson Legion and Paterson and Shayla Woy- and each took home two
the Legion sponsored the chyshyn, Senior Public pies made by Josie Chem-
event by giving trophies Speaking – first place erika.
to the first place speeches Hanna Popp, second place
and prizes to all members Eden Pearson. Our judges
who did a speech or pres- were: Lori Noonan-Robin-
entation. They also made a son, Sharon Ardron, Teresa Running on
supper for everybody who Wareham and Drew Cardy. Empty? Photo submitted
came, there were hotdogs, On February 15th,

Sandy Lake News


Print jobs may take up to
sandwiches and lots of we held our annual Whist 2-3 weeks to complete.
Fill up before you’re out!
Minnedosa Tribune
By Diane Bachewich Speedy recovery to Crib tournament in New-
Public Notice 867-3816 Elsie Kristalovich who is dale on Friday. They were
Pesticide Application Programs
Poplar Ridge Golf Course intends to conduct the following pesticide control program from
April 1, 2019 to November 30, 2019. All applications are part of a comprehensive IPM strategy
and depending on the pest threshold levels, may or may not include:
T om Maluk of Winni-
peg spent a few days
at home with parents, Tim
back in the Minnedosa
Hospital.
Nice to see that our
one of the top ten teams
who will compete in the
North/South finals.
1. Weed control in turf areas, within the property. Projected dates of application are and Dorothy Maluk and curling rink is busy with Get well wishes to
from May 15, 2019 to September 30, 2019. Herbicides used may or may not include: brother Lou. curling on Wednesday af- Roseann Maluk who has
Par III, (mecoprop-P, 2,4-D, dicamba) PCP # 27884 Peter and Karen Dmy- ternoons and Friday eve- been transferred to the
Roundup Weather Max, (glyphosate) PCP # 27487
Munger Horticultural Vinegar Plus (acetic acid) PCP #29405
triw, along with a couple nings. Minnedosa Hospital.
Finalsan (ammonium soap of fatty acids) PCP #30012 of their friends, have re- Eileen Hunter and Di- Happy Birthday to Les
Fiesta (Iron) PCP# 29535 turned home recently from ane Bachewich took part Lewandoski (Chub) who
2-4, D Amine 600 (2,4-D) PCP #5931 a holiday in Hawaii. in the Seniors Westman treated everyone at the
Banvel II (Dicamba) PCP # 23957
EcoClear (Acetic Acid) PCP # 25528
Drop-In Centre to coffee.
Killex (Mecrprop –P, 2,4-D, dicamba) PCP # 27891 For the third month in a
Mecoprop (mecoprop-P ) PCP # 27891 19031DD0
row, the winner of the Le-
QuickSilver (carfentrazone-thyl ) PCP # 30142 19031DD1 gion Men’s 50/50 monthly
2. Fungus control in turf areas, within the property. Projected dates of application are draw was George Rush of
from April 1, 2019 to November 30, 2019. White Rock, BC. We won-
Fungicides used may or may not include:
Banner MAXX, (propiconazole) PCP # 27003
der if he carries a horse
Subdue MAXX, (metalaxyl-M and S-isomer) PCP # 27055 shoe with him?
Daconil ULTREX, (chlorothalonil) PCP # 28354 Linda Hayhurst is
Heritage MAXX, (azoxystrobin) PCP# 28393 away visiting their son
Rovral GT, (iprodione) PCP # 24379
Instrata, (chlorothalonil, propiconazole, fludioxonil) PCP # 28861
Robert and Samantha and
Insignia, (pyraclostrobin) PCP # 28859 little granddaughter Nayah
Eagle WSP, (myclobutanil) PCP # 26585 at Kelowna, BC and poor
Rhapsody ASO Bio Fungicide, (Bacillus subtilis) PCP # 28627 Doug has to be chief bottle
ZeroTol, (hydrogen peroxide) PCP # 29508
Civitas, (mineral oil) PCP # 29825
and dishwasher also look-
Medallion, (fludioxonil) PCP #31528 ing after their dog Patsy.
Tourney, (metconazole) PCP# 30928 Some 242 riders and
Trilogy, (iprodione, triticonazole, trifloxystrobin) PCP# 29870 180 silent riders took in
Prophesy, (propiconazole) PCP #29951
Cadence WDG (boscalid) PCP # 27496
the Horod Poker Derby on
Daconil 2787 (chlorthalonil) PCP # 15724 Sunday which was approx-
Disarm (fluxastrobin) PCP # 31857 imately 55 miles of trail
Qualipro Iprodione (iprodione) PCP# 29410 riding. A beef and perogy
Triton (tritconazole) PCP# 29109
supper was enjoyed by all.
3. Growth control of turf within the property. Projected dates of application are from A good turn out was
May 1, 2019 to October 1, 2019. Growth regulator used may or may not include:
Primo Maxx, (trinexapac-ethyl) PCP # 26989
on hand for the Sandy
Lake Ukrainian Cultural
4. Soil Surfactants on turf within the property. Projected dates of
application are from April 1, 2019 to October 31, 2019. Soil
Heritage Museum annual
Surfactants that may or may not be used include: Ukrainian supper which
Super Spreader Sticker, (octyl phenoxpoly polyethoxy ethanol) PCP # 17402 was on Sunday at the Rec.
5. Insect / Pest control in turf Areas within the property. Projected dates of application Centre.
are from June 1, 2019 to October 15, 2019. Insecticides used may or may not include: Our newly weds
Dipel, (Bacillus thuringiensis var. kurstaki PCP #26508 Markus and Kelsea Hos-
Avigon (methyl anthranilate) PCP# 26452
Acelepryn (chloranthraniliprole) PCP# 28980 mann have returned from
Arena 50WDG (chlothianidin) PCP# 29383 their honeymoon in Cuba.
Deltagard (deltamethrin) PCP# 32656 Hope our warm
Demand CS (lambda-cyhalothrin) PCP# 27428 weather will return soon.
Pyrate (chlorpyrifos) PCP#23704
Vectobac 600 (Bacillus thuringiensis var. israelensis) PCP# 19455 If you feel like you’re losing
everything, remember that
Any public concerns may be addressed by sending a written submission within fifteen days
of this publication to: trees lose their leaves every
Environmental Approvals Branch year and they still stand tall
Manitoba Sustainable Development and wait for better days.
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HELP WANTED CAREERS

19031CC1

Heritage Co-op is presently inviting applications for a

BAKERY/DELI MANAGER
For our Bakery/Deli Department located in Minnedosa, MB
Rural Municipality of Minto-Odanah The Bakery/Deli Manager will be responsible for day to day operations of the department and
Seasonal Equipment Operator/Labourer in achieving department goals. Duties to include, but not limited to; customer service,
providing leadership, training and direction to the team, inventory control, ordering/receiving,
planning and impelementing programs and developing department budgets and goals.

The Rural Municipality of Minto-Odanah is accepting applications Qualifications:


 Excellent leadership and customer service skills
for a Seasonal Equipment Operator/Laborer. This position is full  Highly motivated
time seasonal and scheduled to start approximately May 1st, 2019.  Previous bakery, deli and/or management/supervisory experience

The opportunity to work during the winter may also be considered.


 High image standards
 Strong organizational skills IN MEMORIAM
Duties to include operation of various municipal equipment and  Must be available to work a variety of shifts including days, evenings and weekends

other general duties as assigned. We offer great advancement opportunities within our organization and the Co- NORMAN WAHOSKI
operative Retailing System, competitive compensation and benefits, company matched 1935 – 2015
pension plan and a diverse and supportive working environment.
Applicant should have a Class 3 license or be willing to obtain one. Our core values are Integrity, Excellence and Responsibility
Fond memories
If you are interested in joining our team, please send your cover letter and resume to: linger every day.
Please send resume with 3 references by 4:00 p.m., Friday, March Remembrance keeps
a.haywood@heritagecoop.ca
8th, 2019. him near.
Attn: Annette Haywood

Process close date: March 15th, 2019 Janis, David, Wendy and
Submit applications to:
R.M. of Minto-Odanah families.
www.heritagecoop.ca x
Seasonal Equipment Operator/Labourer
49 Main St., Box 1197, Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0 WE THANK ALL CANDIDATES FOR THEIR INTEREST, HOWEVER, In Loving Memory of
ONLY THOSE SELECTED TO CONTINUE IN THE SELECTION PROCESS WILL BE CONTACTED.
Fax: (204) 867-1937 MARGARET PEARSON
Email: mintoodanah@wcgwave.ca February 26h, 2016
50-2 (51-2) and
JOE WOYCHYSHYN
HARRY PEARSON
Opportunities at Elkhorn Resort February 26th, 1986
March 15th, 1934-
Located near Riding Mountain National Park, Elkhorn Resort Spa & Conference Centre is a great place to nurture your career! We’ve got
February 27th, 2018
a fantastic team environment, competitive wages, offer great benefits, staff discount and room to grow. Come and reach your potential
Love from your family.
with us! We currently have openings in the positions of: Class 1 company drivers Seems like yesterday
wanted to haul bulk liquid
x
HOUSEKEEPER LINE COOK you were here,
products throughout MB, SK, Your smile and
AB and the US.
Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):
• Dust furniture and vacuum carpeting
Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):
• Station set up where s/he will be responsible for preparing Loaded and empty miles paid!
CARD OF THANKS words always near.
• Make beds, change linen, and distribute clean towels and their station before the start of each service They say those we
toiletries • Make sure that all supplies needed are available and ready Dedicated dispatch, Well
love don’t go away,
• Pick up debris and empty trash containers for use maintained equipment,
Thank you to family, They walk beside
• Replenish room amenities supplies • During meal service s/he will be responsible for preparing Comprehensive benefits
• Report and store lost and found items items requested from his/her station in a timely fashion package, Training Program friends and neighbours for us every day.
• Clean public areas as required (such as hallways) • Work in cooperation with the other cooks in the kitchen for inexperienced drivers. the outstanding support
• Ensure furniture in the rooms is properly placed • After service, will be in charge of cleaning their station,
• Stock linen closet and supplies area cooking surfaces, etc. Contact us or submit your and sympathy at the time Know that you are
• Other duties as assigned by Supervisor resume: of Bill’s passing. Thank you loved and missed
Qualifications:
Qualifications: • Possess good health and physical condition Phone: 204.571.0187 also to those who sent food more than words can say.
• Possess good health and physical condition • Neat and clean in appearance and work habits Email: recruiting@ and flowers to the house and Darren, Cathy, Katie,
• Neat and clean in appearance and work habits • Ability to communicate with co-workers renaissancetrans.ca those who drove us to Win- Josh and Jake.
• Ability to communicate with guests • Ability to accept direction
• Ability to accept direction • Ability to work with minimal supervision Fax: 204.727.6651 nipeg and Brandon for Doc-
• Ability to work with minimal supervision • Ability to work in a high pressure, fast paced environment Or submit an online tor appointments. A big thank THINK
• Ability to work within a team environment • Ability to work within a team environment application @ you to Dr. Khandelwal and Dr.
• Is organized and can manage time well
Experience:
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Minimum 3 years experience working in a 4 or 5 star hotel or Experience: As of busy schedule, staff for the care Bill received.
cruise ship. Must have kitchen experience in a busy hotel, fine dining or busy
chain restaurants. A Food Safety Certificate is required. we are looking for full time Many thanks to the Minnedo- IS EXPENSIVE?
reception at our dental of- sa Fire Department, Dorothy
Starting wage for these positions is $14/hour. Affordable staff housing is available, if needed. Interested
fice in Erickson. Full training and Barrie Brooking, Elgin A simple Classified
applicants can send their resume to chris.phillips@elkhornresort.mb.ca. Please indicate the position you are will be provided. Very good Hall and Bruce McNabb for
applying for. wages. Kindly send resume to his words of remembrance. ad starts at
#3 Mooswa Drive East, Onanole, Manitoba | www.elkhornresort.mb.ca ameu2021@yahoo.ca, audi- Thank you to Minnedosa Fu- ONLY $9.00
chad@yahoo.ca or call 204- neral Home for your care and
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BETTY LEE
OBITUARIES
WILLIAM BILL MCVEY
Beatles and Bugs
1933-2019 February 3rd, 1954- By SHEILA RUNIONS musicals, she loves to sing
Peacefully on Sunday, February 14th, 2019. and although it was some-
February 17th, 2019 with family
by her side, Betty Lee passed
away at the age of 86 years.
At the age of 65 our hus-
band, father and friend Bill left
T he production team
of Strathclair Drama
Club affectionately refers
thing of interest to her, the
kindergarten teacher has
never been involved with a
She is survived by her us suddenly. to its principle characters drama. When Molly became
youngest son Brian. She is pre- He leaves behind his as The Fab Four. The Beat- acquainted with drama vet-
deceased by her husband, Bob, wife Laurie, their two chil- les will not be performing erans from the Shoal Lake
and sons; Randy and Larry. dren Chad (Megan) and Jodi on the Bend Theatre stage area, she decided to audi-
A funeral service was (Jordan), grandchildren Shane, in Strathclair this April, but tion in Strathclair. 
held on Sunday, February 24th, Brooklyn, Liam and Blake. His Dorothy, Lion, Tinman and Lion is played by Greg
2019 at 11:00 a.m. at Neil Bardal brothers Scott (Dee-Lynn) and Scarecrow are indeed a “Fab Kirk of Brandon. Greg was
Funeral Centre, 3030 Notre Dame Shayne (Sarah) nieces Diane,
Four.” The Wizard of Oz four- born and raised in Hamiota
Avenue (across from Brookside Deanah, Tricia and Burke, nephews
some will be joined by sev- and was involved in Strath-
Cemetery). Jason, Dustin and Matthew. His daugh-
eral supporting characters, clair musicals from 1998-
NEIL BARDAL ters Caulette and Candice. He will also be missed by mother in-
FUNERAL CENTRE law Bea Brown, sisters in-law, brothers in-law and numerous as well as a chorus of jitter- 2000. He rejoined the club
204-949-2200 nieces and nephews. bugs, munchkins, monkeys, in 2008 and commuted from
neilbardalinc.com He is predeceased by his mother Lorraine, his step father poppies, snowflakes, etc. Portage la Prairie for the
Roger, sister Addean and brother Dale. This year’s cast numbers 49 next eight years of music-
ALICE SYLVIA COUTTS Bill was born in the Pas, MB moving to Minnedosa at a people from the commun- als. Greg has since retired
(nee Svenson) young age where he attended primary school. He later obtained ities of Strathclair, Shoal and moved to Brandon; he
his certificate in autobody which he perused for many years. Lake, Cardale, Rapid City, is now enjoying his 15th
It is with great sadness Bill then moved on in careers and changed trades where he Minnedosa, Rivers, Bran- year with Strathclair Drama
the family of Alice Sylvia Coutts went and worked at Kirk’s service as an auto mechanic. From don, Russell, Virden and Club.
(nee Svenson) announces her Kirks, Bill moved on and worked for the Town of Minnedosa Oak River. Dan Voth of Strath-
passing on February 21st, 2019 until he retired at the age of 55. While working for the town he Because Dorothy is in clair first graced the Bend
at the age of 88 years at Birch became well known and developed many friendships. Bill vol- 26 of the 27 scenes in this stage in 1993 and has been
Lodge Personal Care Home in unteered with the fire department where he served for 34 years, two-act musical, Strathclair in 20 shows in the 26 years
Hamiota. 17 of them being the fire chief. In his younger years Bill was an Drama Club decided to since. One of those shows
Left to treasure all of avid hockey player playing for the Minnedosa Bombers and as double cast the leading lady. was The Wizard of Oz when
the wonderful memories are her the years went on moved to the Mohawks, he also loved snow-
Ashton Lefave and Molly Strathclair first presented
daughters Sherri (Tom) Mollard of mobiling, camping and golf. His passion was driving around
Prevost are both newcom- it in 1997. Since then, he
Hamiota, MB and Alison Coutts Minnedosa checking up on all of us and making sure that we
ers to the club and we are has wanted to play the role
(Brian Posluns) of Toronto, ON and were all taking care of the town he cared so much about.
grandchildren, Troy and Shelby Mollard Bill was known for making us all have a good laugh, mak- thrilled to have them join of Tinman, so he considers
and Madison Posluns, and her sister Verna Johnston. She was ing us smile, and we will never forget his unforgettable silliness. our 37th annual production.  himself fortunate to have
predeceased by her husband Joe in July 2017 and her parents Rest easy Billy we will miss u. Ashton was born and raised this opportunity. This fath-
Miles and Grace Svenson. White’s Funeral Home – Minnedosa in care of arrange- in Russell, where she has er of one pre-school child
Alice was raised in Onanole, MB. She had a career with ments. been involved with three works for Parkwest School
the Royal Bank before marrying dad in 1961, and they then www.whitesfh.ca different choirs and in eight Division.

DON’T FORGET
settled in Stonewall MB to raise their family. While in Stone- musicals. She also has eight The final “Fab Four” is
wall, she was employed by North American Lumber for many years of dance experience the role of Scarecrow, a.k.a.
years before retiring to enjoy the arrival of her grandchildren. in four different disciplines. Eric Menzies of Shoal Lake.
Her commitment to community included being an active mem- Because she loves The Wiz- This father of two has nine
ber of the Kinette Club and executive member of the Stonewall ard of Oz, and because she cumulative years with the
Figure Skating club. Camping/fishing trips, curling and golfing,
and leisure walks with her many four legged friends were what
Advertising deadline is is on maternity leave, she club, five consecutive. When
knew she had the time re- his job with Royal Bank of-
brought great pleasure to mom.
A private family interment will take place at a later date. If
TUESDAYS AT 12 NOON quired to commit to this fered him the opportunity
role. And a commitment it to be manager in his home
friends so desire, memorial donations may be made to the Birch
is! Ashton makes a two-hour town, he once again joined
Lodge Personal Care Home Activities Fund, Hamiota,MB, R0M
round trip twice a week to Strathclair Drama Club; his
0T0. Call rehearse her role. first four years in Bend The-
Messages of condolence may be shared at www.campbell-
Molly lived in Birtle atre were during his high
funeralhome.ca. 204-867-3816 for eight years before she school years.
and her husband moved to Tickets for the 2019 pro-
DOLORES DOLLY E. BACKLUND
February 10th, 1929 – February 8th, 2019
or email ads to Shoal Lake some 18 months duction will go on sale Sat-
adsales@ ago. She has spent six years urday, March 23rd. Please
Dolly passed away on Friday, February 8th, two days short in two different choirs and watch this paper for our ad-
of her 90th birthday. Born in Scandinavia District to David and
minnedosatribune.com has 15 years of competi- vertisement which will pro-
Bernice Kennedy she spent all of her adult life in Minnedosa. tive figure skating on her vide all the details. 
Her working years included employment at the Minnedosa Bus resume. She loves watching
Depot and Jack’s Bakery.
She was predeceased by husband Arnold in 2004 and is
A GOT
survived by her daughters Judy Backlund and Kathy Backlund,
both of Calgary, AB as well as nieces Patsy Carmichael, Linda
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WANTED IN AND AROUND MINNEDOSA
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Newdale News
By Raven’s Glen WI dolences go out to all his lies be willing to send in gratulations also go out March! est scorers will go on to
Tolton family members. their updated histories. A to Lucas and his rink who Congratulations to the North/South Games

T he funeral service
for David Sleep was
held February 23rd at
The Newdale Histori-
cal Society held a meeting
on February 20th to see if
meeting will be called for
March 11th in the Hall to
see if there’s any interest in
won the 2019 Junior Men’s
Super League in Brandon
last December, well done
Amy and James Johnson
on the arrival of their new
baby boy in February, a
to be held in Newdale in
April.   Two other local
team winners were Gerald
the Minnedosa United there might be some in- going ahead with the proj- boys. little brother for Wyatt. Watkins and Bill Zahaiko
Church. David leaves his terest in putting together ect. Plan on coming out to Congratulations to Special congrats to great (1,046) and Tammy Baker
wife Lorraine and her another History Book that express your viewpoint! first time Great Grand- grandma Shirley Switzer of and Enid Clark (1,027).  
family, his son Ian and his would cover the years from Congratulations to the mother Hilda Davies of Brandon! A great day with lots of
daughter Kathryn (Todd) 2000-2020. Financial state- High School rink of Lucas Minnedosa on the arrival The Regional Senior laughs and of course deli-
Boorse and their two chil- ment was read and there Pedersen, Morgan Boles, of her first grand baby, a Cribbage Tournament cious food!
dren to mourn. The ser- are still 31 original history Tyler Dalke, Brooks Wat- boy, born to her grand- was held on February 21st Special birthday wish-
vice was taken by Elgin books left. Discussions son who attended the Pro- daughter Heather and Fra- in the Community Hall es go out to Stan Marks of
Hall with the interment followed regarding: would vincial High School Curl- ser Newbury of Mississau- hosted by the Early Birds Winnipeg who celebrates
in Minnedosa Cemetery there be any interest in ing Playoffs in Somerset ga, ON. A lot of baby time with twelve tables partici- on March 4th, we all wish
prior to the service. There proceeding, are there in- on February 21st to 24th. will also be enjoyed by his pating.   Congratulations you many more Stan!
will be a memorial service terested local people will- Their first game they beat grandmother Doris Wad- to the top winners of the
held in Cornwall, England ing to take on the com- the top ranked team in dell in Mississauga and day, Newdale’s Eva Merry
on February 26th for Da- mittees necessary, what seven ends, a great game, Auntie Edna in Wetaski- and Phyllis Noel with a
vid’s family members that would the costs be for this then went on to win one win. Hilda’s second great combined score of 1,100
reside there. Our con- update and would fami- more and lose two. Con- grandchild is expected in points.   The top ten high-

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