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APRIL 5, 2019

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Hospice society
hosting series
of fundraisers
ADELLE ELLIS
Times Reporter

Bright Stars Now in its fourth year, the Wheatland and


hits Rosebud Area Hospice Society (WAHS) is just over one-
third of the way to reaching the necessary
Page 20 $3 million in funds needed to create a local
hospice facility, and they already have a large
range of outreach programs implemented.
In an effort to draw the society a few steps
closer towards their financial goal and to pro-
mote awareness about the hospice society,
WAHS is holding a series of fundraisers this
spring: Farming for Hospice Standard, Hike for
Hospice and Steering for Hospice.

Charity basketball FARMING FOR HOSPICE


tourney Currently underway, Farming for Hospice in
Standard is in its inaugural year – it gives do-
nors the chance to “purchase” an acre of land
worth of inputs for a crop.
Parflesh Farms has donated 160 acres to be
farmed this year with all revenue from the crop
going to WAHS. Parflesh Farms will do all the
farming on the quarter section and the hospice
society will contribute cash input costs for the
seed, chemical, fertilizer, insurance and rent of
the land – something that each donation will
cover so the entire revenue from the crop will
go towards the WAHS.
Offering IV Sedation The group will be meeting in the next cou-
ple of weeks to determine what crop to plant,
Dr. Ashkan Hamzehi DDS
Dr. Arzy Kafrouny DDS
although it will probably be wheat. As long as
Dr. Sharif Faizi DMD the weather cooperates and the crop produces
General Practice Family Dentistry
good yields, WAHS hopes to make a return be-
100 Ranch Market, Unit 105F tween $60,000 to $100,000.
Strathmore, AB 403.934.5292 Each acre can be “purchased” for $300 to
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acres can also be bought depending on the
Look on Page 4 for donation you would like to make; a charitable
Town of Strathmore receipt will be issued for donations.
Municipal Notices There are still 140 acres left for sale, and
people have the option of purchasing an acre
Contact Us Today! – or more – right up to harvest this fall. Devastating house fire
403.934.5589 “Based on the success of this program we A family home and its detached garage went up in flames on the afternoon of March 31 in
want to expand it to other communities in the Strathaven on Strathford Close, north of Wheatland Elementary School. Thankfully there were
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region,” said Gerry Kroon, director for WAHS no injuries and although the fire did not spread to other homes, the extreme heat damaged
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Measles exposure in Calgary prompts public alert


JANET KANTERS cine or has not already contracted measles in the system due to disease or medication are encouraged
Times Editor past, may be at risk for developing the disease. AHS to contact Health Link at 811 for further assessment
stated these individuals are advised to monitor them- as these individuals may be eligible for prophylactic
Alberta Health Services (AHS) confirmed last week selves for symptoms of measles. If symptoms of mea- medication to prevent measles.
that an individual with lab-confirmed measles had sles do develop, these individuals are advised to stay In Alberta, measles vaccine is offered, free of
been in public places in Calgary while infectious. home and call Health Link at 811, before visiting any charge, through Alberta’s publicly-funded immuniza-
Between March 26-29, the individual visited the Pe- healthcare facility or provider. tion program. Children in Alberta typically receive
ter Lougheed Centre emergency department, outpa- Symptoms of measles include a fever of 38.3 de- their first dose of measles vaccine at 12 months of
tient waiting room and outpatient laboratory; Alberta grees C or higher; and cough, runny nose and/or red age and their second dose between the ages of four
Provincial Laboratories at McKnight Village Clinic, eyes; and a red blotchy rash that appears three to and six years.
Beddington Clinic and Sunridge Clinic; and the Mc- seven days after fever starts, beginning behind the Albertans uncertain of their immunization history,
Donald’s restaurant on 52 Street NE. ears and on the face and spreading down the body or their child’s immunization history, can call Health
Earlier this week, AHS provided an immunization and then to the arms and legs. Link at 811 to discuss. For further information on
clinic at Brentwood Village Mall for individuals who Individuals who were in the Calgary locations be- routine childhood immunization, visit www.immu-
may have been exposed. Anyone born after 1970 tween March 26-29 and who are pregnant, under nizealberta.ca. For additional information on measles
who has not received two doses of the measles vac- one year of age, or who have a weakened immune disease, visit www.albertahealthservices.ca/measles.

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The Strathmore Foothills AIMs Society hosted


their second annual Cowboy Casino on March
30 at the Strathmore Civic Centre. The evening Chamber prepares for another year
included a dinner, silent auction, raffles, dance The Strathmore & District Chamber of Commerce held their annual general meeting on March 27. The
and $50,000 in fun money for the fun casino. chamber has seven newly-elected members and six current board members who will be entering into
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Bob Sheddy C0-Owner/Commercial Broker
REMEMBERING OUR ROOTS ~ George and Jewel Comstock BobSheddy.ca 403-324-2222
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JOHN GODSMAN lege where she and George met. They were married in Oc-
Times Contributor tober 1950, had five daughters and a son, and now have 14 KaraLee Foat, MA Co-Owner/Broker
grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. PowerRealty.ca 587-390-0596
The Comstock name originated in Devon, on the south- In the early 1970s, there was considerable discussion karalee.foat@century21.ca
west coast of England, where there was a town called Culm- regarding installation of natural gas into the farms in the 403-983-2121
stock. This name gradually evolved into Comstock. The first Rosebud area, and in 1972 George was involved in forming 123 2nd Ave,
the Rosebud Natural Gas Co-op, followed by his appoint- Strathmore, AB
family members came to North America in 1635, to Con-
necticut. ment in 1973 as a Director for the Alberta Federation of
George’s father Lester was born in 1886 at Norwalk, Conn. Gas Co-ops. He was secretary-treasurer of the federation
An uncle who was an optometrist advised Lester to “go west from 1974 to 1988. During the period 1974 to 1986, the of-
young man,” so Lester arrived in Rosebud in fice was located in their farm house, where
1909. He bought land from the CPR around Jewel took on the secretarial work in addi-
1912, and raised almost every type of farm tion to farm duties.
Strathmore
animal, including hogs, cattle, horses, chick-
ens, in addition to breaking the land and
All this time they were still farming. In
1986, the federation moved the office to Ed-
Denture Clinic
becoming a grain farmer. monton and George commuted there on a Terry Grant Denturist
George’ s mother Margie Clark was born weekly basis until 1988.
In 1986, Jewel and her sister-in-law Rose-
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George attended a small country school when he retired. After retiring, he and Jewel • Custom Night Guards
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until modern technology made human meter readers un- • Natural Teeth Whitening
before moving to Grasswold School located five miles south
of Rosebud on what is now Highway 840. For several years necessary.
he rode his Shetland pony to and from school. When Grass- George is a charter member of the Rosebud Lions Club,
wold School closed in 1944, students were bused Rosebud a member of the Rockyford Masonic Lodge, and past chair
to complete their education. The Grasswold School building of various community activities. Jewel was involved with
was moved to Rosebud where it is now a bed and breakfast. 4-H and several Rosebud ladies’ groups. For many years,
George enrolled at Olds College in 1948. In the 1920s to George and Jewel were active with the Rosebud Centennial
1940s, most country schools were located eight miles apart Museum and the Rosebud Historical Society. Regretfully,
so that no child had to travel more than four miles to get Jewel passed away in July 2018. George still volunteers at
to school. the museum on occasion. 413 - 3rd St. Strathmore
Jewel’s family originated in Ontario and moved to Leth- In 2013, their farm received the 100 Years of Farming
bridge in the 1920s. Her parents, Gordon and Evelyn Mar- Award.
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It’s Time to

Hear From You!


Next Regular
Council Meeting:
April 17th, 2019
The Town of Strathmore, with support from Wheatland County, is undertaking the
development of a 10 year Recreation, Culture & Facilities Master Plan. The Master Plan
will assess the current situation and identify priorities and recommendations regarding
Next Committee the provision of recreation, culture, active and creative lifestyle opportunities and
services to meet the needs of area residents and visitors.
of the Whole To develop the Master Plan a survey will be fielded with households in the area. Look
Meeting: in your mailbox over the next couple of weeks for a postcard that provides you with a
unique access code to participate in the survey. Once you have your code simply visit the
April 10th, 2019 Town’s website (Strathmore.ca) click on the link then enter your access code.

The Town of Strathmore is planning for the future of recreation and culture services by completing a
Master Plan. Your input is critical to the development of the Plan – we need to hear from you! Recreation, Culture & Facilities Master Plan Survey
To participate in the survey you need to use the access code in the following box.

XXXXXXXX Household in the


Strathmore Area

Simply visit the Town of Strathmore’s website (www.strathmore.ca) and


click on the link to access the survey – have your access code handy.
Your input is important!
If you would prefer to complete a hard copy of the questionnaire please contact Tracy Simpson
(Town of Strathmore) at TracyS@strathmore.ca.
(You will need your access code for the hard copy as well.)

For more information about the Recreation, Culture & Facilities Master Plan please
contact Tracy Simpson (Town of Strathmore) at 403.934.3133.
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The Co-operators open in Strathmore
Staff at the Co-operators held a meet and greet on March 19 following the
recent opening of their office in Strathmore. Susan Wright (l-r), Heather Yeo- Water Softeners, Iron Filters
mans and Jessica Shumard-Ahner were on hand to greet guests.
Miriam Ostermann Photo
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Client Meet & Greet


Neighbourhood good kids paint
Chinook Financial Credit Union honoured their
neighbourhood good volunteer month by spon-
soring a free salt dough painting craft at the
Strathmore Municipal Library on March 29. Par-
An opportunity to meet the Manager
ticipating children painted and decorated their and the CIBC Strathmore Banking
salt dough creations.
Lilian Richards, 6, (l-r) and Arya Phillips, 6, show Centre Team!
off their completed decorations.
Adelle Ellis Photo Friday, April 12, 2019
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Your votes matters Refreshments will


To the Editor be served.
Well folks, it’s almost that time again as
we soon head back to the polling stations
to cast our votes. I feel that the younger
generation should really get out there and
vote this year as they are the future after Please RSVP to Brenda Cermak
all. If you want to see change and have
the knowledge that it was you that helped at 403 934-3328 ext. 222 or
make the change just by casting your vote, brenda.cermak@cibc.com.
then I suggest that everyone should get
out there and do just that. I also suggest CIBC Strathmore Banking Centre
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make for the job.
When you vote, do it for yourself and
not for some who told you to vote for a
certain someone because they want that
party to win. Also, vote for what you be-
lieve in, for what changes you would like
to see made. Don’t think for one moment
your vote will not matter because it just
might be that one vote that will make the
difference. And if you don’t vote, you lose
your voice to have a say. Thank you for
reading and this is just my opinion.
Connie Greene
Strathmore

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CHESTERMERE-STRATHMORE
Voting Made Simple
Provincial General Election
Voting will take place to elect a Member of the Legislative Assembly. If you are voting on Election Day, Tuesday, April 16, 2019, you must
vote at the polling station identified for you in the map. If you prefer to vote in advance, from April 9 to April 13, you may vote at any
advance poll location in Alberta.

Advance Voting Days Tuesday, April 9 to Saturday, April 13


ADVANCE POLL LOCATIONS
Before Election Day, you may vote at any advance poll location in Alberta. Advance poll locations nearest your electoral division are
specified below. Visit www.elections.ab.ca for additional polling locations throughout the province.

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday,


Advance Poll Location April 9 April 10 April 11 April 12 April 13
Chestermere Rec Centre, 201 West Chestermere Drive, Chestermere 9 AM - 8 PM 9 AM - 8 PM 9 AM - 8 PM 9 AM - 8 PM 9 AM - 8 PM

Returning Office, 105 O & P, 100 Ranch Market, Strathmore 9 AM - 8 PM 9 AM - 8 PM 9 AM - 8 PM 9 AM - 8 PM 9 AM - 8 PM

Langdon School, 17 Brander Avenue NW, Langdon 9 AM - 8 PM 9 AM - 8 PM

Election Day Tuesday, April 16, 2019


Election Day voting hours are from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
On Election Day, you must vote at the polling station specified for your residence.
POLLING PLACE LEGEND: CHESTERMERE-STRATHMORE
Using the map, find the number representing your current physical address, then match it to the listed polling stations.

001,002,045,051,052,057 008,009,010,014,015,016,017,018,075 062,065,066,067,069,070,071


Rainbow Creek School Wheatland School Sarah Thompson School
285 West Creek Drive 220 Brent Boulevard 42 4 Street NE
Chestermere Strathmore 19035DE0 Langdon
003,004,030,032,037,038,054, 031,061,063,064,068 072,073,074
055,056,060 Langdon School Carseland Community Hall
East Lake School 17 Brander Avenue NW 330 Railway Avenue
325 Kinniburgh Boulevard Langdon Carseland
Chestermere 033,034,035,036,039,040,041,042,
005,006,011,012,013,022,023,024 043,044,046
Strathmore Civic Center Chestermere Rec Centre
120 Brent Boulevard 201 West Chestermere Drive
Strathmore Chestermere
007,019,020,021,025,026,027, 047,048,049,050,053,058,059
028,029 Chestermere Middle School
Brentwood School 128 West Lakeview Drive
95 Brentwood Drive Chestermere
Strathmore

Barrier-free Access Returning Office


Polls marked by the symbol have been evaluated for specific Returning Officer: Whitney Zemp
accessibility and have passed testing or have been temporarily 105 O & P, 100 Ranch Market, Strathmore, AB T1P 0A8
modified to ensure barrier-free access where possible. If you have Telephone: 587.848.4377 | Toll Free: 1.833.841.6756
questions about specific accessibility or about a specific polling Email Address: ro.56@elections.ab.ca
station, please contact the returning officer. Office hours: Monday to Friday – 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Saturday – 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Results of the official count will be available on Friday, April 26, 2019 at www.elections.ab.ca.

Find out more at www.elections.ab.ca


The Election Finances and Contributions Disclosure Act (section 9.1) requires that Third Party Advertisers must register with Elections Alberta if they spend or plan
to spend more than $1000 for election advertising. Refer to our website.
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CHESTERMERE-STRATHMORE
Voting Made Simple
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OLDS-DIDSBURY-THREE HILLS
Voting Made Simple
Provincial General Election
Voting will take place to elect a Member of the Legislative Assembly. If you are voting on Election Day, Tuesday, April 16, 2019, you must
vote at the polling station identified for you in the map. If you prefer to vote in advance, from April 9 to April 13, you may vote at any
advance poll location in Alberta.

Advance Voting Days Tuesday, April 9 to Saturday, April 13


ADVANCE POLL LOCATIONS
Before Election Day, you may vote at any advance poll location in Alberta. Advance poll locations nearest your electoral division are
specified below. Visit www.elections.ab.ca for additional polling locations throughout the province.

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday,


Advance Poll Location April 9 April 10 April 11 April 12 April 13
Crossfield Community Centre, 900 Mountain Avenue, Crossfield 9 AM - 8 PM 9 AM - 8 PM 9 AM - 8 PM 9 AM - 8 PM 9 AM - 8 PM

Olds Royal Canadian Legion, 5241 46 Street, Olds 9 AM - 8 PM 9 AM - 8 PM 9 AM - 8 PM 9 AM - 8 PM 9 AM - 8 PM

Rockyford Community Center, 412 Serviceberry Trail, Rockyford 9 AM - 8 PM 9 AM - 8 PM 9 AM - 8 PM 9 AM - 8 PM 9 AM - 8 PM

Three Hills Provincial Building, 128 3 Avenue S, Three Hills 9 AM - 8 PM 9 AM - 8 PM 9 AM - 8 PM 9 AM - 8 PM 9 AM - 8 PM

Olds College - Bell E-Learning Centre, 954/955, 4500 50 Street, Olds 9 AM - 8 PM 9 AM - 8 PM

Election Day Tuesday, April 16, 2019


Election Day voting hours are from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
On Election Day, you must vote at the polling station specified for your residence.
POLLING PLACE LEGEND: OLDS-DIDSBURY-THREE HILLS
Using the map, find the number representing your current physical address, then match it to the listed polling stations.

001 033,034,035,036,037,038,
19035DE0 069,070
Hainstock Community Centre 039,040,041,042,043 Acme Community Centre
2338 Township Road 332 Didsbury Memorial Complex 139 Allison Street
Hainstock 1702 21 Avenue Acme
002,003,007,008,009, Didsbury 071,072
010,011,015,016,032 044 Carbon Community Centre
Olds Royal Canadian Legion Sunnyslope Community Centre 718 Glengarry Street
5241 46 Street 260062 Highway 582 Carbon
Olds Sunnyslope 073,074
004,005,006,012,013,014, 045 Beiseker Community Hall
017,018,031 Swalwell Community Centre 410 5 Street
Olds United Church 214 Main Street Beiseker
4810 50 Street Swalwell 075,076,077
Olds 046,047 Irricana KIK
019 Linden Cultural Centre 519 1 Avenue
Wimborne Community Hall 215 1 Street SE Irricana
109 1 Street S Linden 078,080
Wimborne 048,049,050,051,052, Rockyford Community Center
020 053,054,055,056,057,061 412 Serviceberry Trail
Huxley Community Hall Carstairs Community Hall Rockyford
225 Main Street 1100 Lackner Way 079
Huxley Carstairs Dalum Community Hall
021,022,023 058,059 193081 Highway 56
Trochu Baptist Church Cremona Royal Canadian Legion 172 Dalum
Fellowship Centre 130 2 Street W 081,082,084
201 Arena Avenue Cremona Standard Community Hall
Trochu 060 150 Yorick Avenue
024,025,026,027,028,029 Madden Community Hall Standard
Three Hills Community Centre 285117 Symons Valley Road 083
222 Main Street Rocky View County Hussar Community Hall
Three Hills 062,063,064,065,066, 216 Center Street
030 067,068 Hussar
Torrington Community Centre Crossfield Community Centre
202 2 Avenue S 900 Mountain Avenue
Torrington Crossfield

Results of the official count will be available on Friday, April 26, 2019 at www.elections.ab.ca.

Find out more at www.elections.ab.ca


The Election Finances and Contributions Disclosure Act (section 9.1) requires that Third Party Advertisers must register with Elections Alberta if they spend or plan
to spend more than $1000 for election advertising. Refer to our website.
April 5, 2019 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 9

OLDS-DIDSBURY-THREE HILLS
Voting Made Simple
Please refer to Polling Place Legend on previous page.
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VILLAGE OF BEISKER
Didsbury BOUNDARY AS OF JAN 1, 2018

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YOUR WEEKLY
Ministerial working with FCSS to help those in need HEALTH ADVICE
BRAD EVERETT FCSS, which will be able to provide not possibly connect those individuals with
Times Contributor only the gift cards but also direction other agencies.”
and information regarding other agen- The gift cards will be provided for
The churches of Strathmore are us- cies that can provide needed assistance groceries, gasoline and possibly other Gord Morck
Pharmacist
ing their Community Good Friday Ser- beyond what churches can. items if there is a need.
vice to start a new initiative for helping “Churches don’t have the same The Community Good Friday Service Capsule Comments
out those in need, in collaboration with knowledge of the various agencies is an annual event hosted by the Strath-
Strathmore Family and Community Talc is a naturally occurring mineral that has been in
that FCSS does,” said Kern. “By direct- more and Area Ministerial Association. use in talcum powder for many years. The fine particles
Support Services (FCSS). ing people to FCSS for gift cards, the Member churches take turns leading in these powders, if inhaled, can become lodged in
“The offering from the Good Friday staff there will have the opportunity to the service. the lungs and can cause medical complications in the
service will go towards purchasing future. There is also a link with ovarian cancer when
gift cards that can then be managed these products are used in the female genital areas.
by FCSS,” said Fr. Malcolm Kern, priest With these dangers, it is best not to use talcum
products on your baby or yourself.
of St. Michael and All Angels Anglican Many people are self-prescribing medical cannabis
Church, which is leading the April 19 for many ailments and seniors are no exception. They
service, held at Hope Covenant Church are taken often for pain control with mixed results.
at 10:30 a.m. More research is being done on medical marijuana and
its uses as well as possible drug interactions. If you
The local churches receive many
are using it, be sure to make your doctor aware of what
phone calls from people looking for type of marijuana you are taking, the strength and the
help, but there is not always someone dose.
in the office who can assist them. With And speaking of medical marijuana, researchers are
this new cooperation, local churches looking into its use in the treatment of many diseases.
In multiple sclerosis (MS) for example, cannabinoids
can direct people in need to Strathmore
seem to have positive effects on spasticity symptoms
of the disease but some studies show only mild effects
hardly better than a placebo. As time progresses,
more results on the use of the drug in MS and other
diseases will be forthcoming. Medical marijuana isn’t
a panacea for all illnesses but may help some.
Having a dog or cat in the house is good for your kids
medically as well as socially.
In Sweden, they found that the more pets there were in
the household early in a child’s life, the less likely the
child will develop conditions like asthma, eczema and
hay fever. It’s all those little microbes that pets harbour
that help strengthen the child’s immune system.

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Ice training
Members of the Strathmore Fire Department GET YOUR CLASSIFIED ADS
tested the water and ice levels on Kinsmen Lake
on March 28 (top photo) in preparation for their
member training day on March 30 (bottom pho-
IN THE TIMES!
to). The training day was a chance for members
to practice and learn life-saving ice rescue skills.
Adelle Ellis & Manny Everett Photos
Call 403-934-5589
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Public Hearings
Wheatland County will consider the following applications for Public Hearing at regularly scheduled
Council meetings. Public hearings begin at 9 a.m. and proceed until all applications have been heard.
□ April 16th, 2019
Bylaw #: 2019-11
Legal Description: W est Highw ay 1 Area Structure Plan; South of Highw ay 1
Proposal: Am end the W est Highw ay 1 Area Structure Plan Bylaw N o. 2006 -05 (WH1ASP), to include Primary Commercial
as a use within the Origins Business Park Area, to add Map B outlining the Origins Business Park Area, and to make additional
amendments to make the whole of the WH1ASP consistent with the aforementioned additions.

□ May 7th, 2019


Bylaw #: 2019-04
Legal Description: County-Wide; solar and wind Amendment
Proposal: Am end Land Use Bylaw 2016 -01 to include more site regulatory material for small scale personal use of solar panels
on structures and ground development, as well as micro generation wind turbines and towers (WECS).
Bylaw #: 2019-05
Legal Description: County-Wide; new land use district: Energy District
Proposal: Am end Land Use Bylaw 2016 -01 to include a new land use district called the Energy District to address large scale,
industrial and commercial AUC approved solar facilities and wind turbine farms (WECS).
Comments may be forwarded in writing to Wheatland County or in person at the above meeting. The application files may be reviewed in the County Office
during regular office hours – Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Any comments provided will become part of the public record in accordance with Section
40 (1) of the Alberta Freedom of Information and Protection Privacy Act. Any personal information on submissions made regarding applications is collected
under the authority of the FOIP Act Section 33 (c) and subsequent versions of the Act.

Did you know?


We now list Planning and Development permits and Public Hearing infor-
mation on our website! You can find this information on the new
Permit Decisions and Public Hearings page.

Career Opportunities Strychnine will be available March 4, 2019 until June 20, 2019 and sold on Tues-
days and Thursdays, 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m.
Submit your resume online through our website or email to
hr@wheatlandcounty.ca. More detailed job descriptions can Wheatland County has 2% liquid strychnine available for purchase. It will only be
be found on the careers page of our website. available to pest control operators and farmers for the control of Richardson
Labourer (seasonal) - two positions available Ground Squirrels.
Closes April 22, 2019 at 4 p.m.
Please Quote Job #P19-16 No more than 3 cases per person will be sold at any given time.
“The Labourer is a seasonal position responsible for operating various types
of light equipment, and participating in the installation of culverts and road For more information, contact Russel Muenchrath, Manager of Agriculture and En-
repairs to ensure Wheatland County roadways are accessible, safe, and in
good condition…” vironment at 403-934-3321. There are additional resources available on our website
or Alberta Agriculture’s website: www1.agric.gov.ab.ca

Upcoming Meetings and Closures


April 9
Municipal Planning Commission at 9 a.m.
April 16
Council Meeting at 9 a.m.
May 7
Council Meeting at 9 a.m.
Agenda packages and minutes are
available on the website on the
Agendas and Minutes page.

Address: 242006 Range Rd 243 Phone: 403-934-3321 Mail: Hwy 1 RR 1, Strathmore, AB, T1P 1J6 Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

www.wheatlandcounty.ca
@wheatlandcounty
April 5, 2019 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 13

Chinese export markets


MARTIN SHIELDS
1-877-947-2882

Member of Parliament Bow River Riding


markets and show leadership on the in-
ternational stage. Canola is not the first
Spring Has Arrived!
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voked for baseless reasons. Since then, to manage these trade relationships and
the Canola Council of Canada has said secure market access for Canadian prod-
that its members have reported Chinese ucts. Under Justin Trudeau’s leadership,
importers are unwilling to purchase their the government has plainly failed to do
products. so. While he was
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ous situation, and to politically inter-
we need the Prime fere in SNC-Lavalin’s
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The Prime Minis-
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ernment is just the ATVs / UTVs, Conterra Industries
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To AP English or not to AP English? School bus


KAYLA PIETROBONO
Strathmore High School
and truck
collision results
I have always loved to read more than
anything in the world. In the world of in injuries
literature, everything seemed possible; it
JANET KANTERS
felt like I could do anything and be any- Times Editor
one. I found magical worlds within ward- SHS’s AP English
robes, I roamed through New York with students bring to
Holden, and I journeyed through Middle life Greek mytho- Two people are in hospital
logical characters. following a collision between a
Earth with hobbits and dwarves and wiz-
Photo Courtesy of school bus and a truck.
ards. I learned that people are capable
Leesa Trump On April 2 at about 7:30 a.m.,
of goodness and greatness, but are also
capable of being evil and greedy. view and increase their skills in writing dents in AP will graduate with 10 credits an eastbound truck rear-ended
AP English allows students to explore and reading. I have been in AP English in English and will be very prepared for a school bus that was stopped
meaningful and perceptive texts while since September, and I have enjoyed university English courses. on the road while picking up
helping students to consider the “how” of my time in the class immensely. Trump AP English is truly one of the best students. The accident occurred
great works of literature. How have these chooses brilliant and engaging novels for classes the school offers. It is not only fun on Township Road 240 near
texts come to be, and how have they the class to study, and the class is focused and engaging, but also allows students Range Road 255 in Wheatland
shaped the world we live in today? How around teaching students “how to criti- to enhance their writing, and expand County.
does the actual writing style and word cally think.” their knowledge of film and literature. The investigation revealed the
choice change the lens through which She gives students time to discuss and Any university course or future career school bus was pushed forward,
one views a text? consider the word choice, and the plot requires reading and writing, which is striking a student with the mir-
AP English allows students to study, and archetypes of each individual text or why AP English is beneficial regardless ror of the school bus, resulting
in-depth, famous and brilliant texts such film. However, it is a misconception that of what your future plans are. in minor injuries to the student.
as Oedipus Rex by Sophocles, Hamlet a higher-level English class means only Trump is passionate about English. The student was assessed at the
by William Shakespeare, The Catcher in studying texts that are “long, boring, and “English literature is my first love, and scene by EMS and released.
the Rye by J.D. Salinger, and The Wars sad.” to teach a class with students, who also The female driver of the truck
by Timothy Findley. Through the various In AP so far, we have done entire units love language arts is a pretty awesome was transported to hospital via
works of literature, students will gain an on horror and fantasy texts and Greek class to teach,” said Trump. STARS with serious life-threat-
understanding of how literature and the mythology, and we are about to embark Regardless of whether you like to read ening injuries. The male pas-
world has changed over time. on a unit solely focused on the various or write, you will find something in the senger of the pickup was trans-
At Strathmore High School, AP Eng- types of humour. AP allows students to class that you are passionate and excited ported to hospital by EMS with
lish (advanced placement) is offered ev- become engaged, and actually enjoy the about. If you do love to read and write, serious injuries.
ery year to students. The class, taught by texts and the films being studied, while you will find joy and contentment getting No other students on the
Leesa Trump, is a year-long course that at the same time equipping students to to be around people who share the same school bus were injured.
allows students to broaden their world read and write at a university level. Stu- passion as you. The investigation continues.

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2ND ANNUAL Strathmore High School


Life and Death Matters

REGISTRATION
HIKE FOR Grade Nine
Rain or Shine HOSPICE ORIENTATION NIGHT
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to improve end of life care in Sunday, on Thursday, April 4 • 7 pm
our community.

Win PRIZES for best


May 5, 2019 Strathmore High School would like to invite all Grade Nine parents
and students to attend this informative evening.
Individual and Team Costumes!
Registration 12pm, North end of Kinsmen Park A special invitation is extended to students who are not presently
Health and Wellness Booths! Welcome ceremony 1pm
Entertainment! Hike 1:15pm-3pm attending Crowther Memorial Junior High and who may be
Walk around beautiful Kinsmen Park or challenge
yourself to a longer loop around Grays Park
interested in attending Strathmore High School in September.
Kids under 5 free Information will be presented about Grade 10 courses, the
Advanced Placement Program, Honours Program, all of our option
classes and the registration process for 2019-2020. There will
be interactive displays, performances and many opportunities
In the spirit of Compassionate
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Wheatland & Area Hospice Society is
gifting 50% of funds raised by
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Bright Star shines at Rosebud Theatre If you love a heart-breaking, happy-ending story; if you
love soaring, heartfelt music in rich, warm voices; if you can
relate to themes of loss and restoration, of heartbreak and
LAUREEN F. GUENTHER
and layers. healing, of surrender and adoption and reconciliation, Bright
Times Contributor Star is a story for you.
The stories are told through well-crafted dia-
logue and rich, emotional music, in a style that’s The show is performed in matinee and evening perfor-
Bright Star, a musical written by Steve Martin almost-but-not-quite bluegrass. All of the 14 per- mances, Wednesdays to Thursdays, until May 25. For tickets
and Edie Brickell, opened March 29 at Rosebud formers sing. All but one has at least one acting and more information, go to rosebudtheatre.com or call the
Theatre. It’s playing in Rosebud’s Opera House role, and 11 of them also play instruments – up- Box Office at 1-800-267-7553.
until May 25. right bass, cello, drum, guitar, piano, fiddle, viola,
At the end of World War II, a young soldier harmonica, accordion, autoharp, banjo, mandolin
named Billy (played by Felix LeBlanc) has re-
turned to his childhood home in the Blue Ridge
Mountains. He wants to become a published writ-
or harmonica. I loved watching the performers
segue smoothly from acting to instruments and
back into acting, just as much as I loved hearing
Pass the Salt
er, so he takes his stories to Alice Murphy (Alix the music itself.
Cowman), the tough middle-aged editor of the COME EVERYONE WHO THIRSTS and he who has no money, come,
I was fully emotionally engaged in Bright Star For those who follow the traditional buy and eat!
Asheville Southern Journal, who’s published some and inspired by how these characters thrive de- liturgical calendar, we are now Come, buy wine and milk without
of the era’s great writers. spite incredible odds, in some ways that seem so right in the middle of Lent – a money and without price.
Billy’s writing is not good yet, but Alice sees unbelievable, they remind me that real life is more season associated in the popular Why do you spend your money
his potential. Billy keeps writing, and Alice keeps unbelievable than fiction. Their obstacles, their imagination with the question “What for that which is not bread, and
rejecting, until one day, she agrees to publish one courage, their determination, all remind me of the are you giving up for Lent?” Some your labor for that which does not
of his stories. treat that question lightly, perhaps satisfy?
everyday heroes whom I see all around me. giving up chocolate knowing they’ll Listen diligently to me, and eat what
As the stories of Billy’s and Alice’s own lives Bright Star takes place in the 1920s and 1940s, be able to gorge on chocolate is good, and delight yourselves in
unfold, we see that they’ve been woven together but its issues are still red-hot in 2019. bunnies come Easter. Others rich food.
by much more than a mutual interest in writing. Courageous but uncertain parents still try hard treat it very seriously, taking on a It seems that the kind of repentance
But the story of Billy and Alice’s relationship is to do what’s best for their children. Hurting but rigorous discipline of fasting, self- that this passage from Isaiah
only one of the stories told in the multi-layered hopeful young people still determine to set aside examination, and penitence. envisions is not about giving up
Bright Star. The characters are diverse and com- In some churches, worship during everything good and beautiful and
their past in order to accomplish something mean-
plex, and they grow and change in ways that sur- the season of Lent is marked by a joyful, becoming sad and gloomy,
ingful in the world. And people of all ages still greater emphasis on repentance and trying to impress God and
prised me. Though I had a sense of where the sto- fumblingly reach out to each other with sorrow and confession of sin, and the others with our severe religious
ry was going, I kept being surprised by its twists and forgiveness and, sometimes, reconciliation. general tenor of the worship service devotion. Rather it is about turning
is more somber, the customary from the light and fluffy “junk food”
“alleluias” are eliminated, the aspects of our lives, which so often
music more often in a minor key, mask a deeper hunger or despair,

38th ANNUAL WHEAT COUNTRY MACHINERY the hanging, linens and other
decorations less resplendent than
typical. And let’s not forget that
and turning toward the best possible
life, full of true joy and real delight.
And best of all, absolutely free for
Lent begins on Ash Wednesday, the taking.

AUCTION
when the imposition of ashes In the middle of Lent, when the
is accompanied by the words stress of withdrawal from our
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TUESDAY, APRIL 16 - 9:30 a.m


particularly gloomy season. the other side of the cross.
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the third Sunday in Lent all the more God in Christ and drink.
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Siksika Nation man charged


with hit-and-run death
JANET KANTERS
Times Editor cle on Highway 901 on Nov. 28, tors were able to identify the
2017. The Investigation revealed driver of the suspect vehicle as
Justin Lee Cutter, 25, of Siksika that Raweater (52) was walking Cutter. He has been charged
Nation, has been charged in the on the highway when she was with failure to remain at the
Band day death of Mariam Raweater, also struck by a vehicle and killed. scene of an accident causing
Three local schools took part in Band Day during the Strathmore Performing of Siksika Nation, in a hit-and- The vehicle fled the scene and death. He has been remanded
Arts Festival on April 1 at the Strathmore High School. was later located abandoned on into custody and will be appear-
run that occurred in November
Photo Courtesy of Lisa Thiessen 2017. the Siksika Nation. ing in Siksika Provincial Court
Raweater was struck by a vehi- On March 29, 2019, investiga- on April 18, 2019.

Strathmore Legion Branch #10 NEWS


By Irene Knappe. For further information, please call the Legion at 403.934.5119
• Friday, April 5th: CHASE THE ACE at 6 pm. On March 29th, the Chase the Ace
Jackpot grew to $561.00!! We also have meat and 50/50 draws, and Pat’s buffet.
Hospice involves communities
• Saturday, April 6th, NOVA SCOTIABLES KITCHEN PARTY is now SOLD OUT!! Continued from Page 1 office, and handing them in on the day
• Saturday, April 6th: JACK NIELSON MEMORIAL CRIB TOURNAMENT. Registration
is at 10 am and play begins at 11 am. of the event. Registration begins at 12
• Tuesday, April 9th: EXECUTIVE MEETING at 7 pm. Donations can be made on the WAHS website at wheat- noon with the walk commencing at 1
• Sunday, April 14th: KID’S EASTER PARTY from 1 to 3 pm put on by the Legion’s landhospice.ca by clicking on “ways to give” and then “do- p.m. There will be prizes for the best
Ladies Auxiliary nate now” before being directed to the hospice webpage individual and team costumes, as well
• Friday, April 19th: THE LEGION WILL BE CLOSED FOR GOOD FRIDAY.
• Saturday, April 20th: THE LEGENDARY DUOS at 8 pm. They will be performing hits within the Canada Helps website. Donors can select “donate as refreshments, health and wellness
from the most popular male/female duos of our time: Meatloaf, Conway Twitty/Loretta Lynn, now” or “donate monthly”, enter their desired amount and booths, and entertainment by vari-
Kenny Rogers/Dolly Parton, Sonny/Cher, and many more! Tickets: $25.00 per person, still choose the “Farming for Hospice” fund. For more informa- ous groups and by local country artist
available at the bar.
• Sunday, April 21st: THE LEGION WILL BE CLOSED FOR EASTER SUNDAY.
tion, contact Kroon via phone at 403-471-6473. Drew Gregory.
• Saturday, May 4th: SHOOT FOR THE TROOPS (darts). We are looking for silent Although the physical hospice facility will be built in “In the spirit of compassionate com-
auction donations. If you have something you would like to donate, please bring the item(s) Strathmore, the society was initially formed to assist and munities and working together, Wheat-
to the Legion, with your name attached to it for recognition of your donation to this wonderful work in surrounding areas, from the borders of Chestermere land and Area Hospice is gifting 50
cause for our Veterans! The last day for donating will be Friday, May 3rd. I thank you in
advance for your contribution(s). all the way to Drumheller. Society members said it is impor- per cent of the funds raised by hockey
• Saturday, May 11th: STEAK AND LOBSTER NIGHT at 6 pm. Tickets are still available tant to include each community in fundraising opportunities teams; if any of the local hockey teams
for the Sports Committee’s annual dinner. Steak and Lobster: $45.00. Steak only: $20.00. as the facility and programs offered are for everyone in their put in a team to walk, 50 per cent of
Lobster only: $25.00. All the trimmings are included, and be sure to bring your own lobster
crackers.
health district. their funds will go back to Strathmore
• Friday, May 24th: DUELING PIANOS WITH BURN N MAHN at 8 pm. An audience “Not only does having events in the (different) communi- Minor Hockey. We’re kind of partnering
request show: you pick the songs and they play them. Tickets: $25.00 per person, available ties get buy-in, but it also gets people more involved and it with them because they had a little bit
at the bar. Tickets will NOT be sold at the door!!!! gets people more aware of what we’re doing,” said Kroon. of rough times with the ATM being sto-
On Tuesday, March 26th, 2019, at the General Meeting,
Comrade Joanne Turner of the Chase the Ace Committee, “It gets more people aware of the project and not just build- len,” said Shelly Stewart who is organ-
presented to new Legion President, Comrade Dennis ing the hospice but the programs and services that we offer izing the event, adding that by working
Arnold, a cheque in the amount of $4,600, from the first now.” together they hope to help each other
Chase the Ace winnings. With special thanks to the other Those programs include Dying2Learn Wheatland, the Palli- and raise some much-needed funds for
Committee members: Comrades Dean Scott, Susan Levitt
and Edith Stephenson, for their weekly hard work! ative Navigator, the Bedside Respite and No One Dies Alone. both organizations.
AT THE GOING DOWN OF THE SUN, AND IN THE MORNING, WE WILL REMEMBER THEM. LEST WE FORGET.
HIKE FOR HOSPICE STEERING FOR HOSPICE
Another event to spread the word of hospice and their The third event taking place is the
Thought for outreach programs is the second annual Hike for Hospice third annual Steering for Hospice din-
the Week event on May 5. ner and auction at the Carseland Hall
~ The rain or shine event, which saw approximately 200 par- on May 25.
The two most ticipants last year, is a great opportunity for the communities “We are moving community to com-
to learn more about the hospice. munity because we are not only in
important days With a goal of raising $30,000, anyone can participate as Strathmore, we are getting support
of your life are either an individual or team so long as they provide the $10 from all our communities,” said Judy
individual registration fee; kids under five years of age are McLean, secretary with WAHS. Next
the day you
free. Raising additional pledges to complete the walk around year, WAHS will host the gala in a dif-
were born and either Kinsmen Park lake or Gray’s Park is encouraged. ferent community.
the day you Registration forms and pledge sheets can be either down- The Cheadle Lions Club is helping
loaded and filled out online at the WAHS website, or by pick- plan the event that will follow a bit
find out why. ing them up at Gray’s Ltd., Value Drug Mart or the town of a different format this year. Instead
M. Twain of auctioning off all the steers at the
event, several will be available for auc-
tion through other formats such as on-
Your BBB* Serving Southern Alberta and East Kootenay presents:
line, before the actual event. In lieu of
BBB Tip of the Week: auctioning off all steers at the event,
some other fun and unique items and
Spring e-Cleaning trips will also be auctioned off.
The event starts at 5:30 p.m. with din-
ner at 7 p.m. and the auction to follow.
Spring is a time for de-cluttering and organizing, Tickets for the gala are $50 per person
including information on your electronics. But, or $375 for a table of eight. They are
where do you start? BBB has tips to help businesses available for pickup at Gray’s Ltd., by
and consumers safeguard their sensitive emailing info@wheatlandhospice.ca or
information and protect their identity while calling 403-934-8199.
cleaning up their digital data.
• Keep all critical software current:
This includes security software, web browsers,
document readers, operating systems and any other software you use
regularly.
• Clean up your mobile life: Delete unused apps and keep others
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Monday, April 8, 2019
Strathmore Civic Centre
• Dispose of electronics securely: Wiping data isn’t enough.
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When you dispose of old electronics, look for facilities that shred hard
drives, disks and memory cards.
7:00 PM – 9:30 PM
The forum will start with a question and answer
• Review social media privacy settings: Take time to review period where the candidates will be given
social media privacy policies to ensure you’re clear and comfortable with 90 seconds each to respond. After the conclusion
what it means for your personal information. of the formal portion of the forum (the Q&A),
the candidates will be invited to interact with the
audience to ask their own questions.
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Garbage Can Cup
The Wheatland Rec (shinny) Hockey Group hosted there second annual Garbage Can Cup championship game on March 24 at
the Standard arena. Husbands, fathers, brothers and sons practice throughout the season bonding over hockey, hotdogs and
humour. At the end of last year’s hockey season, the group decided to host the first Garbage Can Cup championship game as Badminton tourney
a wind-up activity. The trophy was created by the members out of a garbage can, a bucket, a tin can and a bowl, and presented Strathmore High School held their Home Badminton Tournament at the
to the winning team at the end of the game. This year’s game was a close one, with the white-jersey team winning by a score school on March 30. The tournament featured eight courts of singles and
of 13-12. Photo Courtesy of Abbie McCullough doubles badminton action. Doug Taylor Photo

Strathmore houses two Special Olympic medalists


ADELLE ELLIS
Times Reporter after shooting her 55 score, Bittorf got be more confident and everything else,”
off the green and ran to her coach and said Thompson, who trains four days
Two of Strathmore’s finest young ath- started crying because she couldn’t be- a week in Calgary with both Special
letes have returned from the 2019 Spe- lieve her success and that she had the Olympics coaches and a masters club.
cial Olympics World Games in Abu Dha- opportunity to compete in the compe- Thompson, who although he now
bi a little heavier, sporting some shiny tition as the youngest member of the lives in Calgary, still attends classes at
new hardware hanging around their team. Hope Bridges in Strathmore; as he said,
necks. “Then I literally hugged everybody they foster an open and positive envi-
Emma Bittorf and Justin Thompson on my team, we did a huge group hug, ronment of acceptance and that the con-
returned from the week-long competi- it was the cutest moment I ever had in fidence he gains through working with
tion last month as champions in their my life … the group hug, it meant a the people there transfers into his every-
respective sports. lot to me,” said Bittorf, adding that she day life and into his swimming.
Bittorf, the youngest member on Team couldn’t believe she had the opportuni- At the World Games in Abu Dhabi, Emma Bittorf won a silver medal for her consis-
Canada at only 15 years old, swung her ty to attend the World Games at only 15 Thompson won a gold medal in each tant golf game at the 2019 Special Olympic World
way to success on the golf course by years old when most other competitors the 25 metre freestyle and 25 metre Games in Abu Dhabi in March.
consistently shooting a 56 three days in were all adults. backstroke, along with a fourth place Photo Courtesy of Darren Bittorf
a row before shooting a 55 on the final Bittorf will attend the Easter Seals finish in the four by 24 metre freestyle
day of the competition, earning her a sil- Camp Horizon near Bragg Creek this relay.
ver medal. summer, will continue to work on her “Not at all did I (expect this), I just
Having been golfing for seven years golf game and keep practicing for a shot went there to have fun. It was a lot of
and involved with Special Olympics for at competing at the next World Games hard work, it took a lot of dedication
six, Bittorf is a powerhouse of athleti- in Berlin in 2023, and hopes to audition to get me up to this point and I wasn’t
cism and also enjoys swimming, figure to get onto Team Alberta for figure skat- about to stop short,” said Thompson,
skating, skiing and basketball along ing. who was also honoured on March 27 by
with practicing golf three to four times Thompson has been competing with the Calgary Booster Club at McMahon
a week. the Special Olympics for seven years Stadium with the Special Olympic Ath-
In her debut World Games, Bittorf and in his debut World Games he man- lete of the Year award.
spent two days practicing and complet- aged to freestyle swim his way into one “I didn’t know anything about it be-
ed one practice round along with the gold medal and backstroked it into an- fore hand … it means a lot because the
four rounds of competition. other. runners-up are also really amazing ath-
Bittorf struggled at the start of the Although the 19-year-old took swim- letes and I’m just surprised they picked
competition against high winds and ming lessons as a kid, he never saw his me,” said Thompson, who can’t narrow
making some poor shots that ended her potential as a swimmer until his Nana down a favourite thing about his experi-
landing in the sand traps. told him she believed in him and en- ence.
“I golfed good but some holes ate me rolled him into Special Olympics as he Thompson will continue to remain fo-
up… I kept driving the ball in weird di- got older. cused on furthering his Special Olym-
rections and I kept going in the sand “Special Olympics is a great commu- pics swimming career and see what it
traps,” said Bittorf. “It was so windy on nity that is all about inclusion and just has in store from him, and hopes that Justin Thompson won two gold medals at the
the first day I felt like mother nature did always helping everyone. It’s (made) me he will be able to return and compete 2019 Special Olympic World Games in Abu Dhabi
not even want me being there.” more confident throughout the years be- at the next World Games in four years’ for his 25 metre freestyle and backstroke swims.
On the final day of the competition cause I was a shy kid so it’s helped me time. Adelle Ellis Photo

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Obituary
HALL, Norma Joyce
May 20, 1930 – March 23, 2019
Our mom passed away peacefully at Strathmore Hos-
pital on Saturday, March 23, 2019 at the age of 88
years.
Mom was born May 20, 1930 in Bassano, Alberta
and was raised on the family farm. She was the third
The Zone 2 U14AA Blaze ringette team went undefeated during the Western Canadian Ringette Cham- oldest of 11 children, so she was busy helping with
pionship March 28-31 in St. Albert. The Blaze features four girls from Strathmore. farm work and siblings. She moved to Calgary and
Photo Courtesy of Lisa Sader worked for Burns Foods, then met the love of her life,
Lyle, who she spent 50 years with. She worked for
Locals shine at western championship Calgary Co-op for 30 years which she enjoyed im-
mensely. She loved camping, bingo and going to the
MARIO PRUSINA made our team successful was the men- casino. Her family meant everything to her, especially
Times Editor her grandchildren and great grandchildren.
tal and physical training, and we were Mom is survived and lovingly remembered by her
very bonded as a team. We have been children Ron (Lynn) Hall, Gayle (Ernie) Hall and Bren-
Four ringette players from Strathmore working together since September and it da (Don Gauthier). She will be dearly missed by her
– Kiri Sader, Bailee Wathen, Alyssa Bailie all factored into winning.” grandchildren Shannon (Stuart) Hanley, Kaley (Travis)
and Tessa Galandy – represented their The Blaze became Team Alberta by Preston, Matthew and Michael Hall and Christie, Ryan
province at the Western Canadian Rin- winning provincials for their age division (Erin) and Cody Gauthier. And by her Great Grand-
gette Championship in St. Albert March children Chloe and Alexis Hanley, Dylan, Alayna and
on March 16. They went undefeated by
28-31. Jordyn Preston, and Easton, Kowen and Annastyn
beating out seven other Alberta teams as Gauthier.
The Zone 2 U14AA Blaze ringette they won the first provincial champion- Mom was predeceased by her husband of 50 years
team, which attended and represented ship for the Zone 2AA program. Lyle in 2002, her parents, two brothers Ken Sandum
their province as Team Alberta, went 6-0 “It felt amazing… not everyone gets and Gordon Sandum and four sisters Bernice Blake,
en route to a gold medal at the western an opportunity like that and it was su- Clare Myers, Lil Dundas and Joanne Kaska.
championship. per exciting,” said Wathen. “Our team The family would like to thank all those who cared for
“There were times throughout the mom, her Doctor Dr. Ward Fannning, and other doc-
was successful because we played as a tors, nurses and staff at the Strathmore Hospital.
weekend that our team was down but team. We got through our challenges and Relatives and friends are invited to a celebration of
never doubted that we could do it in the played as a team. Every player gave 100 life at Hope Covenant Church. 245-Brent Blvd. Strath-
end,” said Bailie. “Our team has been per cent effort.” more, Alberta, on Friday, April 12, 2019 at 2:00 p.m.
playing hard all season and we knew The Zone 2 14AA team is made up In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory can be
that we could beat any team we came up from a collection of high-level ringette made to The Heart and Stroke Foundation – 100-
against if we just played our game.” athletes from the Airdrie, Cochrane, 119-14 Street NW Calgary Alberta T2N 1Z6 or The
Ten teams competing from B.C., Alber- Kidney Foundation 6007-1A Street SW Calgary Al-
Strathmore and Indus ringette associa- berta T2H 0G5.
ta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba took part tions. They had a very successful season To express condolences, please visit www.mountain-
in the tournament, but Blaze claimed the this year posting an astonishing record viewmemorial.ca
gold medal with a 7-3 win over the Cal- of 52-11-4.
gary U14AA team in the final.
“There were difficult parts of the
“It shows all of our team’s work ethic LEGAL NOTICES
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weekend – like when we were down –
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and come out on top,” said Sader. “What have done it without every single player.”
Wood’s Homes held their annual 3 on 3 Basketball
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AND CLAIMANTS
tary. This was an all ages event and all proceeds
from entry fees, the concession and the bbq will IN THE ESTATE OF
be donated to the Strathmore Overnight Shelter. VERNA MAE LAUSEN
Doug Taylor Photos LATE OF STRATHMORE, ALBERTA,
WHO DIED ON JULY 15, 2018.

TAKE NOTICE THAT ALL PERSONS HAVING


CLAIMS UPON THE ESTATE OF THE
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UNDERSIGNED BY MAY 6, 2019, A FULL
STATEMENT OF THEIR CLAIMS AND OF
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(infill) two wetlands with a total area of 0.96 with a classified ad. Only positions available for:
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FORAGE SEED FOR SALE: Or- Immediately REELfacts within 30 days of hire
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ganic & conventional: Sweet $15/hr
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Clover, Alfalfa, Red Clover, Requires a Experience preferred,
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• the application number: 001-00426851
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• describe concerns that are relevant to matters
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80th
• explain how the filer of the concern will be Austenson, CDC Copeland,
directly affected by the activity proposed in the CDC Maverick, Sundre. Very
Early Yellow Pea. Forage
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or used by the filer where the concerns
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in Rocky View / Wheatland,
N.E. of Calgary. Call or text FOR RENT & REALTY LTD.
Local Journalism. Join the Industrial Park. 2.42 +/- gotiable. Avail. immediately Ken 403-540-0856
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list www.newspapersmat- Title Acres, 6500 +/- Sq Ft or as required. Call 403-
for Rent
Spray Truck Operators (class 5 license) ter.ca. Shop & Office. Jerry Hodge: 934-5678.
RENTALS - 1 & 2 bedroom
Wages negotiable (depends on experience). 780-706-6652; Brokerage: 2 Storey, 3 Bedroom bungalow, bi-lvl
Ritchie Bros. Real Estate LANGDON. BRIGHT 2 BDRM HOUSE FOR RENT DOWN- Units downtown & 2 stry units with
Send resumé by email to
BUSINESS OPP Services Ltd.; rbauction. SUITE. Balcony, laundry fa- TOWN STRATHMORE. $800/ -
com/realestate. cilities, off-street parking, mo incl. utilities + laun- 1&2 Bedroom Units
parking, some
TROUBLE WALKING? Hip or
laycock@cciwireless.ca, fax to 403-677-2227 mature adult. $950/mo incl. dry. Shared accommoda- fully renovated
knee replacement, or condi- in adult only building
or contact Glenn Laycock at 403-321-0272, tions causing restrictions
FARMLAND - Thorhild, AB. utilities. NS/NP. Call 403- tions with one other tenant. - & include W/D.
Deb at 403-677-2226 Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers 936-5556. 23’X25’ double garage for Tenants pay all utilities
in daily activities? $2,500
Unreserved Auction, May 1 Family Friendly.
tax credit. $40,000 refund rent $250/mo. Call 403-560-
in Edmonton. 159.88 +/- 6265. For more information No Pets.
cheque/rebates. Disability $490/mo Cozy 1 BDRM
Title Acres, $2900 Surface please call From $845.
Temporary Summer Position Tax Credit. 1-844-453-5372.
Lease Revenue. Jerry Hodge: APARTMENT IN BASSANO,
STRATHMORE + Utilities.
AB. New full kitchen, good QUIET CRYSTAL RIDGE COVE:
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Assistant MISC Ritchie Bros. Real Estate
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er/dryer. $900/mo + $900
S.D. Utilities not incl. Call
403-934-5687 403-237-8811
student to support organizational activities in Government of Canada. Do
PROVEN GRAVEL RESERVES hospital. Call Kyle 403-630- 403-934-4769.
areas of business and community economic you or someone you know
development.
The ideal candidate will possess an interest or
have any of these condi-
tions? ADHD, Anxiety, Arthri-
- Sundre, AB. Ritchie Bros.
Auctioneers Unreserved
4182.
CHINOOK III. 1 bdrm or 2
PROFESSIONAL
desire to succeed in the following areas:
• Youth Business Development
tis, Asthma, Cancer, COPD,
Depression, Diabetes, Diffi-
Auction, May 1 in Edmonton.
95.02 +/- Title Acres. 2016
LARGE HOUSE FOR RENT. 4
BDRM + 2 Bath on an acre-
bdrm. ½ month rent free
with a six month lease. Heat DIRECTORY
culty walking, Fibromyalgia, built 2490 +/- sq ft home. age 20 minutes West of Cal- & water included. No pets.
• Diversification
Irritable Bowels, Overweight, 2.6 +/- MILLION TONNES gary. Access on Highway 1. Please call for availability.
• Tourism & Agriculture
• Communications & Marketing Trouble Dressing...and hun- PROVEN GRAVEL RESERVES. $2,500/mo incl. utilities. Pets Call Keli 403-324-2944. BUSINESS
dreds more. All ages and Jerry Hodge: 780-706-6652; OK. Call 778-257-8351.
The successful candidate will have excellent
medical conditions qualify. Brokerage: Ritchie Bros. Real
interpersonal, communication, computer, project
management and organizational skills. Call The Benefits Program Estate Services Ltd.; rbauc- REAL ESTATE
tion.com/realestate.
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2019. While we appreciate all applications, only 403-980-3605 for your FREE STORE - Linden, AB. Ritchie acquire oil & gas fee title and
candidates selected for an interview will be benefits package. Bros. Auctioneers Unre- royalty interests at fair mar-
contacted. DEADLINE: APRIL 20, 2019.
CRIMINAL RECORD? Why
served Auction, May 1 in Ed-
monton. 1.19 +/- Title Acres. Facebook! ket value. To receive a cash
offer, call 587-293-4008 or
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CF Wild Rose loss? Travel/business oppor-
tunities? Be embarrassed?
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Hodge: 780-706-6652; Bro-
REAL ESTATE Selling-Your-Royalties.
Box 2159
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OPEN HOUSE
The Village of Rockyford is now accepting
own your own home - you mercial lot, 0.51 +/- title DECK RAILS
applications for 2 summer student positions.
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987-1420. www.pioneer- 2.76 +/- title acres. Jerry 128 Camden Place
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• This person will be working outdoors
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