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Volume 137 Issue 7 Friday, April 26, 2019 www.minnedosatribune.com 90 cents plus tax

18 Year
Sentence Practice Makes Perfect
For Man Who BY KAREN MITCHELL The houses will be burned
separately, allowing the

Shot Kingdon O n the evening of Tues-


day, April 16th mem-
department to have a cou-
ple of good training oppor-
bers of the Minnedosa Fire tunities.
Department headed out to During Tuesday
the village of Bethany to do night’s excersice, skills
a special, live training ex- such as breaking out win-
ercise. dows to enter a smoke-
A delapidated two- filled home and entering
and-a-half storey brick to locate and rescue oc-
By DARRYL HOLYK home, donated to the de- cupants (a life-size stuffed
partment by Rob Boyd, al- dummy) were carried out

T he justice system can, lowed the firefighters to fill as part of this valuable
at times, be hard to the interior with smoke to training practice.
understand with many replicate an actual burn- In other recent fire
getting off with just a slap ing building. As the old department happenings,
on the wrist. However, house was still structurally this past winter, they se-
earlier this week, justice sound, it provided a great cured the purchase of a
was served for the at- opportunity for firefighters 1996 Freightliner FL-80
tempted murder of RCMP to do some training in an pumper truck that holds
Corporal, Graeme King- actual building with multi- 3,000 gallons of water. This
don. ple rooms and floors. Usu- purchase was recently fi-
On Tuesday, at the ally, the fire department nalized by Town Council at
Minnedosa Court House, uses the sea-can container a cost of $81,360.
Judge John Combs sen- at its ground training site The bonus of this truck
tenced 19-year-old in the Industrial Park. is that it is also set up as
Therae Racette-Beaulieu, “Using an actual house a pumper. This gives the
from Sandy Bay First Na- is a lot better training op- department three pump-
tion, with a total 18-year portunity for the crew as ers and a tanker within its
prison term for his cruel you can go into each room fleet. “The advantage of
and careless actions in and utilize the second this truck is the ability to
August 2018 in which Cpl. floor,” explained Fire Chief have the dual purpose, a
Kingdon was injured by Dean Jordan. “All mem- tanker and pump truck in
gunshot near Onanole. bers go through their level one. The tanker will go to
The sentence in- one training at the college all rural fires along with
cludes 15 years for at- and have the opportunity the fire truck,” said Dean.
tempted murder and to use their burn house for Previously, when in
one-year-and-a-half for training, but to be able to need of additional water
charges related to break do additional trainings is on scene of a fire, the de-
and enter, robbery and always a bonus.” partment was using the
stolen firearms. The time Two old, abandoned Town of Minnedosa water
he has already served houses in Bethany, which truck that only held 800-
in custody since being are located side-by-side, 1,000 gallons of water.
arrested in August was were graciously donated
Photo by Karen Mitchell
factored into the total by Boyd. Both buildings
sentence, leaving Racette- Minnedosa Firefighters practice rescuing a life-size dummy are scheduled to be re- Continued
Beaulieu with just over from the second storey of a smoke-filled house during a live moved during a controlled on Page 9
17 years in prison left to training practice in Bethany last week. burn later in the month.
serve.

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Knights of Columbus Donate to Clinic


By KAREN MITCHELL Minnedosa, Basswood, test and Substance Abuse
Newdale, Erickson, Sandy awareness poster contest.

O n Thursday, April
18th members of
the Knights of Columbus
Lake, Elphinstone, Oak-
burn, Rossburn and Shoal
Lake.  At the time council
Council meets the
second Thursday of every
month at St. Judes Church
#6815 donated $1,000 to had 30 members. Within a in Erickson. For anyone in-
the Dr. Ajai Khandelwal few years the council had terested in getting more in-
Minnedosa Primary Care grown to a membership formation about or joining
Centre. of eighty. In June 1982, the the Knights of Columbus
The donation repre- members from the Oak- they can visit their website
sented proceeds from last burn, Rossburn, and Shoal at www.kofc.org or contact
year’s successful Knights Lake districts formed a Dennis Yanchycki, Grand
of Columbus Inter Council new council, Our Lady Knight, at 204-724-4600.
Charities Draw ticket sales. of Fatima Council, leav-
With continued successful ing Parkland Council with
ticket sales, the Knights of fifty eight members. Cur- At right,
Columbus are hopeful to rently, membership sits at Dennis Yanchycki
make another future do- twenty-six, and encom- and Ed Harrison
nation to the Primary Care passes the communities present Gord Lane and
Centre. of Minnedosa, Erickson, John Mendrikis with a
The Parkland Council Clanwilliam, Onanole, $1,000 cheque for the
#6815 was established on Sandy Lake, Newdale, and Primary Care Centre.
June 6th, 1976, and is a lo- Elphinstone.
Photo by Karen Mitchell
cal council of the Knights In addition to initia-
of Columbus comprised tives to help support lo-

Fire Department Asking Business Owners to


of members belonging cal churches, donations
to the Roman and Ukrai- of wheelchairs and cash
nian Catholic churches. for equipment to vari-

Assist Them With Pre-Incident Plan


At the time of establish- ous Senior’s homes, have
ment, the council was been made in our area. For
made up of members youth, the council holds
from the communities of an annual Colouring Con-
SUBMITTED ment’s in the case of an The information is see pre-incident plans in-
emergency by providing kept confidential and used particular in larger cen-

O ver the next week,


commercial building
owners within the town
information about the lay-
out and access points of a
property, the occupancy
only by the fire depart-
ment to prepare for pos-
sible emergencies and
tres that have full-time
department’s as they are
very labour intensive to
will be receiving a letter of the building, emergency should one arise, the de- gather the information
from the Minnedosa Fire contact information for the partment will be better in- and put together, however
Department asking for owner or manager, if there formed of the best way to as a department we felt it
their assistance in com- are any hazardous materi- handle the incident.  Fire was something we need in
pleting a short Pre-Inci- als kept onsite which could Chief Dean Jordan states, place for the safety of our
dent Plan.  Pre-Incident pose a risk to firefighters, “when we show up to a members and to ensure
Plans assist fire depart- etc.  property now, we are often the safety of our commu-
going in unsure of the lay- nity.”
out, potential hazards such If commercial build-

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Welder Earns Silver in Skills Competition


By KAREN MITCHELL his career with Midnight ing specific blueprints re-
Metalworks located just ceived at the start of the

O n April 11th, Neepa-


wa resident, Aaron
Frohwerk, received a silver
north of Minnedosa on
Highway #10.
The Skills Manitoba
competition. Each partici-
pant was given one hour to
complete the project and
medal in the 22nd Annual Competition is a one-day the judges checked for ac-
Skills Manitoba Compe- event that provides young curacy, size and look of
tition for his exceptional Manitobans the opportu- weld once completed. The
welding abilities. nity to showcase their tal- second project was a more
Aaron, who has ents in an Olympic-style, in-depth box with more
worked at Minnedosa’s province wide contest, pieces and welds and par-
Midnight Metalworks for held at Red River College ticipants were given six
the last five years, is very in Winnipeg. Students hours to complete.
happy with his win. “It’s compete in over 40 differ- Overall, Aaron is sat-
nice to have my work rec- ent hands on contests at isfied with his win and
ognized and the bragging the secondary and post- enjoyed the competition
rights are always good to,” secondary/apprentice lev- as a whole. He isn’t sure if
said Frohwerk. el that are designed (and he will be allowed to com-
Having just finished judged) by industry pro- pete in the competition
his second level weld- fessionals and educators. next year as he will be a
ing course at Assiniboine The philosophy behind the journeyman, but he is very
Community College competition is to reward happy he was given the
(ACC), Aaron entered the students, involve industry chance this year. “If any-
Photo by Karen Mitchell
contest under Team As- and to keep training rele- one is planning on trying
siniboine. This fall he will vant for employers’ needs. out for this competition, some great competitors. Aaron Frohwerk, an employee of Midnight
be returning to ACC to For Aaron, the compe- I say go for it! It is a great It’s a great experience,” ex-
Metalworks recently placed second
complete his journeyman tition involved two sepa- way to see where you are pressed Aaron.
apprentice welding course rate projects. The first was at with your skill level and in a provincial welding competition.
and plans on continuing to weld together a box us- you go head to head with

Minnedosa Credit Union Youth Board


By KAREN MITCHELL nance Administrator and the fall of 2019. youth board is to further MCU provides a $300 meeting. Leaving early or
Crissy Kowal; Commercial The MCU Youth Board enhance leadership and scholarship to all gradu- showing up late counts as

T he Minnedosa Credit
Union (MCU) has
been partnering with the
Teller.
The board meets nine
times during the school
manages the MCI cloth-
ing and promotional items
sales for the school and
teamwork skills. Members
will learn how to effective-
ly run a business meeting
ating MCU Youth Board
members to assist them
in their post-secondary
half meeting absence.
The last meeting of
the year will be held next
Minnedosa Collegiate In- year usually on the second uses the profits from these and run a small business education. To be eligible month. See the May 31st
stitute for over 25 years to Wednesday of each month. sales to support a school or (clothing sales). for the scholarship each edition of The Minnedosa
facilitate the MCU Youth Meetings start after school community project chosen Each meeting features year, members must have Tribune for a group photo
Board. at 3:45 p.m. and end at by the MCU Youth Board. a guest speaker from either no more than two absenc- and member comments.
The MCU Youth Board 5:00 p.m. The MCU Youth Other projects through- the MCU staff on business es from the nine regular
includes grade 11 and 12 Board also participates out the year are chosen by and financial management meetings and MCU annual
students (usually six stu- in the MCU annual gen- each MCU Youth Board skills or from the Minnedo-
dents from each grade), eral meeting. Once every yearly. They can decide sa business community on
MCI Teacher Tanis Barrett two years, the MCU Youth what types of projects or different aspects of their
Inspire Studio is expanding and renovating.
and three MCU represen- Board participates in a re- learning experiences they business. The MCU Youth
We will be closed on Saturday, April 27th
tatives: Gaylene Johnson; treat for the first meeting of want to work towards that Board chooses the speak-
Member Service Super- the year. There is currently year. ers from the community and will re-open Monday, May 6th.
visor, Joanne Clarke; Fi- a retreat being planned for The overall goal of the that are of interest to them. Scheduled classes will remain,
flower pick up can be made upon request.
We thank you for your patience and cannot wait to share our new
expanded space with you.
~Marlies & Dan~
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Notice of Annual General Meeting


Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Minnedosa Community Conference Centre


REGISTRATION: 6:00 PM
DINNER: 6:30 PM
MEETING: 7:30 PM
Dinner Tickets Available at all Heritage Co-op Locations
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• President's Report
• Manager's Report
• Auditor's Report
• Election of Directors
• Appointment of Auditors
4 Friday, April 26, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Minnedosa Food Bank Looking at New Endeavor


By KAREN MITCHELL ried to serve a two-year agencies that work at the distributed through the lo-
term on the board. Cur- community level to relieve cal Food Banks. The packs

T he Minnedosa and
Area Food Bank con-
tinues to volunteer count-
rently the membership
sits at fourteen members.
Carol Brown was elected
hunger. Their work is fo-
cused on maximizing col-
lective impact, strength-
will come to the Food Bank
here in Minnedosa all
ready for distribution. In-
less hours to ensure no one to be the new Chairperson, ening local capacity and formation will be shared in
goes hungry in and around taking over the seat from reducing the need for food Tanner’s Crossing School
Minnedosa. The board past chairperson, Linda banks. newsletters and applica-
is gearing up for another Bertram, and Shari Saler The Minnedosa and tions for this program will
busy and rewarding year was elected to Vice-Chair- Area Food Bank averages be available within the
and also looking to try a person. between 35 to 40 clients/ newsletter and/or at the
new endeavor for our area. During the month of households visits every Minnedosa Food Bank.
On Wednesday, April March, Hunger Count 2019 month. This is a slight de- For more information on
10th the Minnedosa and survey was completed and crease from last year as the program see future
Area Food Bank held their submitted to the Manitoba the Erickson foodbank has editions of The Minnedosa
Annual General meeting Association of Food Banks, now opened, taking over Tribune closer to summer.
at the Minnedosa United which is then forward to those area residents. Once again, board
Church. The meeting was Food Banks Canada. The New for this year, the members will be canvass-
well attended by the com- Hunger Count report es- board is currently explor- ing at the Minnedosa Heri-
munity, which was greatly tablishes an up-to-date ing a summer food pro- tage Co-op grocery store
appreciated by the board. understanding of hunger gram for kids called “After on June 7th and 8th. The
During the meeting the in Canada in order to sup- the Bell” which is a Food board is only looking for
board announced that the port advocacy for change. Banks Canada program. monetary funds at that
2018 food donations to- Results of this national Food Banks Canada aims time.
taled 3672.74 kg and mon- survey will be released lat- to respond to child hun- Hours of the food bank
etary donations totaled er in the year. Food Banks ger across Canada during will be increasing shortly.
$24,716.75. Canada is a nation charita- the summer months when During the winter months,
New board members; ble organization dedicated school food programs are due to lack of volunteers
Grant Kasczor, Carol Tay- to helping Canadians liv- not in operation. “After the or snowbirds leaving for a Photo submitted
lor, Dominque Hampton, ing with food insecurity. Bell” provides kids expe- warmer winter, the Food
Jackie Birch, Alison Bur- They support a network of riencing food insecurity Bank decreases its avail- Waylon, is the youngest Minnedosa and Area
gess and Stephanie Jordon Provincial Associations, af- with packs of kid friendly, ability to one time per Food Bank volunteer. Here he checks the stock
were nominated and car- filiate food banks and food kid-sized meals that are week. Beginning on May and helps fill up the shelves.

Forty Years Ago...


2nd the availability will re-
turn to two times per week, thing the board would be used by the board and
Tuesday and Thursdays like to stress and remind need to be thrown out. A
from 10 a.m. to 12 noon at people of, who are donat- quick check prior to you
the United Church. ing food items, that it is donating any food item
The board is grateful appreciated if the best be- would save the volunteers
for the continued support fore dates are check prior time in checking and sift-
and appreciates all of the to drop offs. Items that ing through items.
donations received, both have passed the best be-
food and monetary. One fore dates are unable to

Roof Replacement Planned for ECI


SUBMITTED portant,” said MLA Nesbitt. buildings and improve
“I’m pleased this impor- accessibility so that Mani-

G reg Nesbitt, MLA for


Riding Mountain
Constituency, is pleased
tant project in the Rolling
River School Division has
been approved.”
toba students can receive
a quality education for
generations to come,” said
to announce that capi- The Erickson Colle- Minister Goertzen.
tal funding has been ap- giate roof is one of the 59 The Public Schools
proved to replace the roof projects totalling $57.5 Finance Board plans to
on the Erickson Collegiate million announced by complete the projects
Institute. Education Minister Kelvin within a timeframe of six
“Insuring our infra- Goertzen. to 24 months following the
In April 1979, while there was still snow on the ground, work structure is well-main- “Our ongoing invest- award of tenders and start
tained and sustainable ment in school infra- of construction.
was underway on construction of a brand new regional library
moving forward is very im- structure will strengthen
for Minnedosa and surrounding area.

Darryl a.Holyk - PublisHer anD eDitor

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Less Administration in Modernized


Community Grant Application Process
The total funding available through our realignment
Ye O l d
Trib
is the same as it was under the seven previous programs.
Under The Dome The Building Sustainable Communities Program will
By provide up to $75,000 per eligible project, for a maximum
of 50 percent of the cost. Matching funds can come from
GREG NESBITT other levels of government, though 10 percent of each
Riding Mountain MLA project’s cost is required from a non-government source
such as a community foundation or service club. Our
government will help to prepare organizations to raise
funds and to engage the private sector.

M anitoba’s non-profit groups and charitable organi-


zations need a modern and efficient grant support
program for community development projects, and our
The first application deadline will be May 22nd
through our new program, which will have two intakes
per year at set times for predictable support and positive
1889 – A good many citizens are now engaged in the
healthful occupation of gardening. Mr. Hugh Dool is
ahead of all competitors as he already has onions in his
government is providing just that. results. Applications for high-needs neighbourhoods will garden fully 18 inches in height.
The new Building Sustainable Communities Pro- get additional consideration.
gram will streamline support province-wide while ensur- The previous NDP administration’s seven commu-
ing strong funding for the needs of communities and for nity grant programs were layered on top of each other, 1899 – The planing mill keeps adding to its premises
vulnerable Manitobans. causing duplication and confusion with different appli- and business facilities. It is now constructing a large
The $7.9-million program will transform grant fund- cation processes, rules and timelines. Non-profit orga- building for finished stock and a more convenient office.
ing with a focus on increasing community capacity and nizations should be able to work for community devel-
the sustainability of non-profit organizations. Replacing opment without navigating bureaucracy. Our Building 1909 – After a struggle against adverse endurances, Mr.
seven provincial grant programs that had top-heavy ad- Sustainable Communities Program will be far more effi- John Bremner, last week decided, to discontinue pub-
ministration and rigid requirements, the Building Sus- cient and allow these groups to focus on their work. lication of The Minnedosa Mercury, the field being too
tainable Communities Program will be more responsive Our government recognizes the importance of com- small for two newspapers.
to communities’ needs while reducing red tape and du- munity development initiatives led by non-profit organi-
plication for applicants and for our government. zations. This new program will support a broader range
As well, with more comprehensive funding to sup- of community-led projects more easily, and better serve
1929 – The new pier in front of the government build-
ing at Clear Lake is now complete.
port a broader range of projects including planning, con- the needs of Manitobans.
struction and equipment purchases, the new program
will better accommodate community, municipal and Greg Nesbitt is the Member of Legislative Assembly 1939 – Safecrackers left Newdale empty handed after
regional priorities. Eligible applicants include non-profit for the Riding Mountain constituency. He can be reached attempting to rob the Fairview Hotel.
and charitable groups, municipalities and Northern Af- at 204-759-3313, toll-free 1-844-877-7767 or by email at
fairs Community Councils. gregnesbittmla@mymts.net. 1949 – The government plans to repair the old No. Four
highway between Minnedosa and Franklin.

Sunrise Credit Union AGM 1959 – Erickson is going to have one of the most mod-
ern little hospitals in Manitoba when building is com-
pleted. The eight-bed unit is being doubled in capacity
SUBMITTED boasts 19 branches over come of $4.6 million, loan $300,000 to various com- with four new wards being built on the current hospital.
three districts and ap- growth of 18%, deposit munity events and orga-

S unrise Credit Union


held it’s 2018 Annual
General meeting Tuesday
proximately 30,000 mem-
bers, an 81.1% increase in
membership during the
growth of 12%, and total
equity of 7.07%. In addi-
tion, total asset growth
nizations, about 6.77% of
Sunrise’s pre-tax income.
During Tuesday’s An-
1979 – The body of a white male, believed to be in his
late 50s, was found in an abandoned barn on the north
night in Grandview with ten-year span. District One was 13.6% at just over $137 nual General Meeting, 27 hill. RCMP believe he may be a missing person from
more than 100 members includes branches in San- million, allowing Sunrise’s staff members were for Winnipeg who may have died of exposure sometime over
and staff in attendance. dy Lake, Strathclair, Shoal total assets to reach $1.15 their dedication to the the winter.
Sunrise celebrated its Lake/Oakburn, Grand- billion. Credit Union system with
10th anniversary in 2018, view, Laurier and Ste Rose Sunrise continues to presentation of five to 35- 1989 – MCI will receive $151,000 under the Employ-
and the growth over the Du Lac. be a leader in the com- year service awards by ment and Immigration Co-operative Education plan to
past decade has been tre- In 2018, Sunrise Credit munities we serve, with Sunrise President and CEO allow students to experience work in the private or pub-
mendous. Sunrise now Union reported a net in- our staff volunteering Tim Klassen. Sandy Lake lic sector related to their areas of study or future career
over 7,000 hours of their Branch Manager, Conner goals.
personal time and corpo- Ross was recognized for
Expressive Dance with Crystal presents rate contributions over five years of service.
A storyline loosely based on storybook characters 1999 – Jon Lewis was one of five Manitobans to be
which features dancing & acting.
Writer, Director, Choreographer and Instructor – Crystal Scott
honoured with the province’s Volunteer Service Award.
Nominated by Jacki Nylen and Karen Wark, Lewis was
Enchanted Tea Party recognized for his many community efforts as a “profes-
sional volunteer”.
The Loony Topper has a hair brain scheme to host a enchanted tea
party. Invitations are handed out to random people. A tansformation
potion is disguised as tea.Once each person drinks their tea, they
transform into a storybook character but only for a short time.
2009 – The congregation of the Minnedosa United
Come on out and find out what happens! Church have approved a design plan and voted to move
forward with construction of the new church as soon as
30th Annual Dance Shows possible.
2018-2019
Friday, May 10th at 7:00 p.m.
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Dancing at Newdale Crafters Showcase Wares


Ladies Night By KAREN MITCHELL

O n Saturday, April 13th


more than 50 people
attended the 12th annual
Newdale Crafters Group
sale. Held from 2 p.m. to 4
p.m. at the Newdale Com-
munity Hall, members
were able to showcase all
their hard work accom-
plished over the last six
months, including; quilts,
table cloths, upholstery,
paintings, craft projects
and glass lights.
The Newdale Crafters
Group currently has ap-
proximately 20 members
who meet twice a month
from October to April. Photos submitted
“Setting a date for the sale
in April pushes us to fin-
ish up our projects before
the season wraps,” stated
Craft Club President Helen
Caird.
These laid-back ladies
enjoy the social aspect of
the group and are always
welcome to sit, visit and
enjoy a cookie. “Even if the
Photo submitted selected project isn’t your
SUBMITTED cup of tea, the members
come and eat and visit any-

E xpressive Dance with Crystal provided entertainment


at Neepawa’s Ladies Night Out on Friday, April 12th.
Performers included Rebecca Stewardson of Onanole
ways,” jokes Caird.
As with other groups,
the Newdale Craft Club is
and Crystal Scott of Minnedosa who demonstrated and always open to welcome to
then taught lessons in the 1920’s Charleston and Belly new members. If anyone
dancing. Yvonne Scott of Minnedosa made their cos- is interested in joining the
tumes. club come October they
can contact Helen Caird
or Kathy Baker of New-
dale or Tanya Dalgarno of One of the many displays of work created by
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Minnedosa for more infor- members of the Newdale Craft Club.
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RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF OAKVIEW


PUBLIC NOTICE
business of
REGARDING THE 2019
FINANCIAL PLAN
the month
Minnedosa Chamber of
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to Commerce
Subsection 162 (2) of The Municipal Act that the thanks this business for its’ contribution to
the business community
Council of the R. M. of Oakview intends to present
its financial plan for the fiscal year 2019 at a public April 2019
hearing in the R. M. of Oakview council MNP - Minnedosa
chambers at 10 Cochrane Street in Oak River on
Tuesday, the 7th day of May, 2019 at 10:00 a.m.
Council will hear any person who wishes to make a
representation, ask questions, or register an objection
to the financial plan, as provided.

Copies of the proposed financial plan will be


available for review commencing on the 25th day
of April, 2019 and may be examined by any person
during regular office hours of the Municipal office at
Oak River or Rapid City. Please note the municipal
offices will be closed on April 29th – May 1st, 2019, The Minnedosa MNP office is managed by Callie Mendrikis
both inclusive for the annual MMAA Conference. along with MNP partner, Patsy Hewitt, CPA, CMA. MNP
Sorry for any inconvenience. employs Ed Maguire and Katie Parish as Accounting
Technician’s and Kara Dillabough as the front-end
Diane Kuculym Administration. The office prepares income tax returns
Chief Administrative Officer for the individual, farm or business accounts and year end
R. M. of Oakview services for Corporations. They also offer bookkeeping
services or consultations as required. The office operates year-
Email: oakviewcao@mymts.net round out of the Heritage Co-op Administration
Phone: 204-566-2146 building located at 110-A Main Street.
April 12th, 2019
(6-2)
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, April 26, 2019 7

UCT Safety Poster Winners Newdale News


By Raven’s Glen WI Congratulations to The Clark family cel-
Shannon and Piotr Czajko ebrated Easter at the home

N ewdale Raven’s Glen


WI hosted the SWA
Regional Convention on
on the birth of their beau-
tiful little girl in Cochrane
AB. Excited grandparents
of Dave Clark and Carolyn
Baker, Gordon and Enid,
Donna and Brian Scott
April 16th in the commu- are Shelley and Grant Za- of Neepawa and Jordan
nity hall with about fifty haiko and great grandpa Twerdun and Amy Clarke
members from nine clubs Bill Zahaiko of town. Sister of Brandon all enjoyed
attending, including the Allison Wiens spent time the beautiful day. Grand-
Manitoba Women’s Insti- in Alberta with Shannon children Logan, Dani-
tute President Denise Joss awaiting the birth, a home elle Clark and Bryce Scott
and President-elect Debra birth and all are doing well were unable to attend, the
Barrett. The afternoon The North/South Crib- dreaded exams.
meeting included the busi- bage Playoffs were held in Irene Creber had her
ness of the Region, elec- town April 18th with ten ta- son Gordon and Joan Cre-
tion of officers for 2019-20 bles playing. Seniors from ber home for the Easter
with Dianne Kowalchuk Deloraine, Virden, Reston, weekend, while here they
of Rivers as President and Elkhorn, Souris, Oak Lake, also visited his sister Carol
Sheona Smith of Newdale Rivers, Minnedosa, San- and Bruce Dalgarno.
as Secretary, Treasurer dy Lake, Shoal Lake and Easter Sunday saw
Photo submitted Elaine Thomson of Bass- Newdale attended. Top Rita Friesen provide an in-
wood. A short 65th An- winners were George and spiring Easter service and
Tanner’s Crossing School winners. niversary celebration oc- Gladys Saunders of Delo- seven ladies sported their
curred at coffee time with raine, 2. Tammy Baker and new(?!) bonnets to wel-
Newdale President Enid Enid Clark, Newdale 3. Eva come a lovely spring Sun-
Clark giving a brief history Merry and Phyllis Noel, day!
on our Raven’s Glen WI Newdale. Good food and
name, this was followed fellowship.
by everyone enjoying cake, Family home visiting
ice cream and visiting. A Bob and Willine Young
TRIBUNE
report on this fall’s “Rural for Easter were son Rob of
Women’s Day was given. Medicine Hat and daugh- PRINTING
An informative day! ter Robin of Portage. 204-867-3816

Photo submitted

Odanah Colony School winners.

suBmItted grade 4, won first in the for third place, both from
lower level, Phoebe Stahl, the middle level.

D onna Shorrock, UCT


safety poster contest
chairperson, and Wilma
grade 7, won first in the
middle level, Darion Stahl,
grade 7, tied for third place
Posters placing first
will now advance to the
regional competition and
Shewfelt, UCT committee in the middle level, Ren- winners from there will ad-
member, presented cash nae Stahl, grade 11, won vance on to an internation-
prizes and certificates to first and Tina Waldner al competition. Remaining
winners from Odanah and grade 12 won second in the posters will be on display
Tanners Crossing Schools. upper level. at the Minnedosa Regional
In total there were 109 en- Winners from Tan- Library and later returned
tries in the contest. ners Crossing School were; to the students.
Winners from Odanah Dakota Star, grade 6, and
school were; Judah Stahl, Abby-Jo Wark, grade 7, tied
Bridge Club
Results
Senior Bowling Results
April 18th
suBmItted Dowall.
Al and Debbie Tarn  1st: Mel Harvey /

B owling is over for an-


other season.
Playoff winners were
put on a great luncheon
and fun was had by all.
Bowling will resume
Wilf Taylor

 2nd: Lois Phillips /


(Hits and Misses) Gladys on September 9th. New Carol Lonsdale
Murray, Lynette Johnson, players are welcome.
Ava Harris and Garry Mac- Have a safe summer!  3rd: Boyd Grant /
Cindy Grant
8 Friday, April 26, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Invasive Species Awareness Week in Manitoba


SUBMITTED such as leafy spurge and
red bartsia, which have
tion at 1,768.5 miles (one
side), extensive seed re- Orange Hawkweed
T he Province of Mani-
toba has declared the
last week of April as Inva-
managed to establish
within Manitoba, causing
severe agronomic and eco-
serves in the soil, and seed
viability in the nine year
range, there is no easy,
ganic matter and typically
low pH.
The plants tend to ex-
sive Species Awareness nomic impacts. quick fix for this problem. clude desirable plants (in-
Week (C.C.S.M. c. I97). The Leafy spurge, an inva- With new infestations of cluding native wildflow-
Manitoba Weed Supervi- sive perennial first record- red bartsia already appear- ers) by forming dense mats
sors Association (MWSA) ed in Manitoba in 1911 is a ing in other parts of Mani- that can cover large areas.
recognizes this week by serious pest of forage and toba, it is imperative that Orange Hawkweed
highlighting just a few of grazing land. A study con- all areas incorporate care- has been identified in the
the invasive plants con- ducted in 2010 by the Ru- ful monitoring and aggres- Southeast corner of Mani-
sidered to be a significant ral Development Institute sive control measures to toba within the past few
threat to the landscape of (Brandon) estimates that prevent further outbreaks. years. Known to have been
our province. leafy spurge caused a stag- As with any invader, the a problem in neighbouring
The MWSA is com- gering annual economic best control is to prevent Minnesota, it is suspected
prised of and represents loss (direct and indirect its initial introduction. to have been transported
Weed Supervisors who costs) of approximately Both leafy spurge and across the border by con-
are individually employed $40 million. There’s little red bartsia are on Mani- struction equipment and
Photo by MB Agriculture
by Weed Control Districts doubt that these costs have toba’s Noxious Weeds Act recreational vehicles.
formed by one or more
Municipalities. Weed Su-
pervisors work under the
risen significantly since
then.
Red bartsia is an-
as are the follow two weeds
which are Tier One weeds
on the Act. Either of them
A perennial herb, Or-
ange Hawkweed re-
produces by seeds as well
It is fibrous rooted,
with a milky latex in the
stems and leaves Orange
Other common names
include: devil’s-paint-
brush, king devil, red dai-
authority of The Noxious other forage and pasture could pose a greater threat as by numerous horizontal hawkweed prefers well sy, flameweed and devil’s-
Weeds Act of Manitoba invader. It was first intro- to Manitoba landscapes. stolons, and rhizomes un- drained, coarse textured weed.
(NWA). The NWA sets out duced to the Gimli area More information derground. soils, moderately low in or-
requirements regarding in the 1950’s. The Inter- on Invasive plants either
various control or destruc- lake Weed Control District threatening or already
tion measures for different was formed in 1967, and present in Manitoba can Tall Waterhemp
plants. A comprehensive throughout the ensuing be found in The Noxious
considered a major agro-
listing of noxious weeds years control measures Weeds Act (C.C.S.M. c.
nomic problem until the
is found in The Nox- were undertaken. Unfor- N110) and the Noxious
1980’s when herbicide
ious Weeds Regulation, tunately, a truly effective Weeds Regulation (Man.
resistance and chang-
which contains schedules control program was not Reg.42/17), by contacting
ing production systems
that rank plants accord- initiated until 1999. By that your local Weed District
that included more corn
ing to their threat levels time red bartsia had infest- or at the MWSA website,
and soybean favoured the
and specifies the areas ed much of the Interlake www.mbweeds.ca
“weediness” of this plant.
of the province to which region. Although the weed
It is a serious threat to
these levels apply. The is now being controlled on
Act requires that Tier One roadsides, the cost is huge. If your label reads soybean production. The
weeds, must be eradicated
without conditions.
In the 2018 season, a total
of $176,849.20 was spent
19/04/30 native habitat of water-
hemp is wet, low-lying ar-
It’s time to renew eas, but it is quite at home
Weed Control Dis- controlling the weed on
tricts, first started in 1964, the district’s rights-of-way. your subscription! in reduced tillage and no-
till environments. Watch
have developed programs With the district’s total
to deal with invasive plants known red bartsia infesta-
204-867-3816 for patches to pop up along
field edges or near the field
Photo by MB Agriculture
entrance. Waterhemp seed

T his member of the pig-


weed family can grow
more than eight feet tall.
intense sunlight, and is ca-
pable of producing 500,000
seeds per plant that tend to
is easily transported when
equipment moves from
field to field. In fact, at least
The leaves of waterhemp germinate throughout the one case of tall waterhemp
plants are often glossy and summer. (Late flushes can detection in Manitoba is
more elongated (lanceo- keep coming after the con- related to the purchase of
late) compared to redroot trol measure window has equipment from an area
or smooth pigweed. Wa- closed). where waterhemp is more
terhemp is well-adapted Waterhemp is native prevalent.
to high temperatures and to the U.S. but it was not

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New Additions to Fire Department Fleet


Department is a portable
tank. This piece of equip-
ment can hold up to 3,500
gallons of water. The tanker
can now drop 3,000 gallons
of water quickly which
then allows a truck to leave
the scene to get re-filled
as needed. The fire truck
holds around 1,200 gal-
lons, totaling 4,200 gallons
of water for immediate use. Photo by Darryl Holyk
Money towards the A new, portable water tank in use
portable tank was donated
Photo by Karen Mitchell
by Husky Oil. The com- when required. The first Members of the fire
A 1996 pumper truck has recently been purchased. pany wanted to donate time the department used department are now busy
money to the department the new equipment was at with controlled burns in
Continued from Page 1 it left the fire department Trucks Unlimited Inc. in for a piece of equipment the controlled burn near and around the commu-
without. The “new-to- Steinbach, the pumper that was needed but not Clanwilliam on April 13th. nity to remove last season’s
This arrangement was them” truck has a dedicat- truck was originally used budgeted for. The portable With grass fire season dead grass and allow a new
acceptable, however if the ed dump and three times by an Ontario firehouse. tank is housed on the side quickly approaching Dean growth of green to appear.
Town was using the truck the holding tank. Another recent addi- of the tanker truck and al- thinks the portable tank
or it was being repaired, Purchased from tion to the Minnedosa Fire lows for easy, quick set up will get a lot of use!

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D Monte canned vegetables assorted ..........................341-398ml ...............$1.19 Swanson/Hungry Man dinners assorted ....................... 301-455g ............. $3.79
Hellmans real mayo ............................. 890ml ...... $4.99

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Floor Curling a Fun Basswood Shevchenko Dancers


News Bring Home Medals
New Addition at By Zelda FirBy

Erickson PCH I an and Kim Parish re-


turned home recently
after spending a month
in Scotland and England
where they visited rela-
tives.
On April 11th to 13th,
Neelin high school in
Brandon presented the
play “The Crucible”. Stu-
dents in the play who have
connections to Minnedosa
were Ian Cox, grandson of
the Neil Cameron’s, Sara
Clarke, granddaughter of
the Ted Clarke’s and Ray
Bazin’s, and Abi Simms,
granddaughter of Zelda Photo submitted
Firby. A number of rela- Recently, dancers from Sandy Lake Shevchenko Dance Ensemble
tives and friends attended performed at the 25th annual Yachminka Ukrainian Dance Competition
and enjoyed the play.
in Russell, MB. The dancers brought home gold and silver medals.
On Monday, Miguel
and Ana Resino-Sagues The Senior and Intermediate dance group performed their Volyn
returned to their home in and received Gold 90!
Spain after spending the
Photo submitted

Residents of the Erickson Personal Care Home


past 11 days with Mark
and Sylvia Firby and fam-
ily. The folks surprised
Cadurcis Local Legion Supports
have been enjoying a new floor curling game
that was recently donated to them by the
their daughter Irene who
is presently with the Firby’s News Navy Cadets
Erickson District Health Foundation. “The floor and to help her celebrate
curling arrived the other day and the residents her 18th birthday.
The Kingdon families By doreen TroTT
are having a ball with it,” indicated Penny
gathered at the Basswood
Ewashko, Recreation Facilitator for the
Erickson District Health Centre.
Hall on Sunday for their
Easter get together. M uriel McManus and
members of her
family celebrated Easter
at the home of Randy and

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Nancy Smith.
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Wareham hosted Easter

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day.
Eric and Susan
Belcher hosted Easter for
Invitations the Belcher family and
Wes and Jude Olson host-
Envelopes ed Easter for the Northam
Mailing Labels family.
Social Tickets Jim and Nancy Greer
have returned from a holi-
Thank You Notes day in Vancouver where
Keepsake Bookmarks they visited Mike and
Place Cards Younghye Greer. They also
and more! visited with aunt Helen
Dinsdale in Victoria. Photo submitted
Cadurcis Church held
a Good Friday service and Comrade Jim Clark of the Minnedosa
Easter Sunday service. Legion Branch presents a $500 cheque to
Faith Northam of CO Lt (N) Pretty 60 RCSCC Swiftsure of the
Winnipeg visited on the Navy Cadets in Brandon.
weekend with her parents,
Doug and Karen Northam
and other family mem-
bers.
Easter Sunday visitors ADS HAVE CHANGED
A LOT OVER THE YEARS,
with Malcolm and Shirley but one thing remains the same:
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BY PHONE Call 204-867-3816
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Concert on Sunday, May 5th,
does it assume responsibility for errors published as a result of Nightingale Luncheon and
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Legion Club Room - 34 2nd
THING. Automotive, farm, the Tribune’s readers know. finished basement. Double DAD. Fighting Prostate Can-
Avenue SW, for a come and
construction, ATV, mar- Basic word ads start at $9.00 MISCELLANEOUS attached garage. $179,000. cer Saturday, May 25th 10
go Celebration in honour of
ine, motorcycle, golf carts, for up to 40 words. Email SERVICES Call 204-636-7800. (5-8) x a.m. Official Start Earl’s Polo
Caroline and Waine Mansell’s
phones, tools, radios, com- class@minnedosatribune. Park Shopping Centre. Reg-
60th Wedding Anniversary.
puters etc. Reconditioned, com or call 204-867-3816. Terry’s Home Enrich- ister online: ridefordad.ca/
Acreage, approx. 90 In lieu of gifts a food item for
obsolete and hard-to-find ment Maintenance. T.H.E.M. manitoba
acres. 2010 3 bedroom home, the Minnedosa Food Bank
batteries. SOLAR equipment. cell 868 8088 (them@live.ca)
The Battery Man. Winnipeg. FEED AND SEED MINOR REPAIRS and  MAIN-
attached garage, workshop Advertise your upcom- would be appreciated.(7-2) x
1.877.775.8271 www.battery- 28x32, 2 sheds 40x60, pole ing event in The Tribune.
TENANCE in your home! High Paint Night at the 50+
man.ca shed 30x90, barn - painted Basic word ads start at $9.00
FORAGE SEED FOR quality painting  (Interior and Centre, Wednesday, May 29th
with tin roof, 10,000 bushel for up to 40 words. Run the
SALE: Organic and conven- Exterior), Fix-it jobs. (5-11) x  at 7:00 p.m.  Cost is $40; in-
tional: Sweet Clover, Alfalfa, grain capacity. Sandy Lake same ad a second week at
area 16-17-20. Asking cludes all supplies. Sign up
Red Clover, Smooth Brome, HALF PRICE! Email class@
$385,000 OBO call 204-573- and pay by May 15th at noon. 
Meadow Brome, Crested minnedosatribune.com or
5137. (7-9) x For info call 204-867-5190.
Wheatgrass, Timothy, etc. call 204-867-3816.
Minimum of 8 participants
Free Delivery! Birch Rose
Acres Ltd. 306-921-9942. needed. (7-2) x
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HAPPY
COMING EVENTS BIRTHDAY HELP WANTED
Minnedosa Adult Learn-
ing Centre will open Friday
evenings from 5:30 to 8:30 Rolling River School Division
p.m. starting Friday, May
3rd, and will be closed Wed- Rolling River School Division is located in
nesdays starting Wednesday, southwestern Manitoba, Canada in close proximity to
May 8th. Contact Val Gawel Riding Mountain National Park and Brandon.
at 131 Main St. S. 204-867- TOWN OF MINNEDOSA
2519. (7-2) x TEACHER required
PUBLIC WORKS AND OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT
Tanner’s Crossing School
GARAGE SALES EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
(1.0 FTE Term - Physical Education)
Happy 30th Birthday Sean! The Town of Minnedosa is looking for a team orientated
Minnedosa May Long individual who will be able to provide physical support and For more details and application information, please visit our website at
With Love From
Town Wide Garage Sales.
Your Family. assistance in the day to day delivery of services and to www.rrsd.mb.ca select Employment then Teaching Positions.
Saturday, May 18th Rain or
Shine! To list your sale, call the operate a variety of equipment in the construction, care and
ANNOUNCEMENTS Thank you to all applicants for their interest in
Minnedosa Tribune at (204) maintenance of the Town’s infrastructure and a wide range of Rolling River School Division.
867-3816 or email your name delivery of services.
and address to class@minne- Only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.
dosatribune.com. Sponsored The successful applicant will possess:
by the Minnedosa Chamber of • Grade 12 Diploma or Equivalent Education and/or
Commerce Retail Committee.
(7-3) x
Experience Rolling River School Division
• Valid Class 5 Driver’s License
Rolling River School Division is located in
Moving Yard Sale. April • Proven record of team work southwestern Manitoba, Canada in close proximity to
26th, 3:00 - 8:00 p.m., April • Experience in the safe operation of various types of Riding Mountain National Park and Brandon.
27th, 9:30 – 4:00 p.m., May equipment and vehicles
3rd, 3:00 – 7:00 p.m., May 4th,
9:30 – 2:30 p.m., May 5th, 1:00 • The physical requirements to perform the work 1.0 FTE TEACHER required
– 4:00 p.m. (Free Items) 319 Erickson Elementary School
This is a full time (40 hours per week) entry level laborer
2nd Street, S.E. Minnedosa, 0.5 FTE Physical Education/0.5 FTE Guidance
MB. Weather Permitting. (7-2)
focused position, wage based on OE987 Collective Agreement.
x For additional information you may contact the Public Works For more details and application information, please visit our website at
and Operations Manager, Kevin Marcino at 204-867-0037. www.rrsd.mb.ca select Employment then Teaching Positions.
NOTICES Resumes will be received until 4:00 p.m. on Monday, May
Thank you to all applicants for their interest in
6th, 2019 at the Town Office located at 103 Main Street (Box Rolling River School Division.
Advertisements and
statements contained herein 426) Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0. Only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.
are the sole responsibility of Email: kmoyer@minnedosa.com
the persons or entities that
post the advertisement, and
LOANS
Fax: 204-867-2686 Crooked CARD OF THANKS
the Manitoba Community
Newspaper Association and
We thank all applicants for their interest in this position; Mountain
membership do not make
however only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Cabins The Minnedosa and Area
Food Bank want to express
any warranty as to the ac- (6-3) (10km N.E. of Erickson)
curacy, completeness, truth- their appreciation to all the
are looking for a reliable individuals, organizations,
fulness or reliability of such
advertisements. For greater Need CLEANER/ churches and communities
that have supported the Food
information on advertising
conditions, please consult the
Cash? HOUSEKEEPER Bank during 2018-2019. This
Association’s Blanket Adver- • We Loan support enables the Food
tising Conditions on our web-
• Easy application Heritage Co-op is presently inviting applications for a for the 2019 season. Bank to supplement resi-
• Approval with
Averaging 2 - 3 days/wk dent’s food shortages. Thanks
site at www.mcna.com. collateral
• Title Loans
FULL TIME ADMIN CLERK from May - September.
to the Board Members and
For our Administration Office located in Minnedosa, MB past board members for their
Do you have a PRESS • No Credit Check
RELEASE / MEDIA ADVISO- • We service ALL of
$16/hour contribution to the operation
Primary duties to include, customer service, answering and directing phone calls and handling
RY that needs to go out? Let Manitoba customer inquiries. Other duties as assigned may include, but not limited to; data entry, filing, 204-636-7873 of the organization. Also, the
processing invoices and balancing cash and cash reports. operation of the Food Bank
us help you with that! Though
Call Dan Devloo cathyorr@xplornet.ca would not happen without
we cannot guarantee publica- Qualifications: (7-3)
(204) 526-7093  Excellent customer service skills the help of many volunteers
tion, MCNA will get the infor-
CAI Financial  Effective interpersonal and communication skills who give of their time during
mation into the right hands
for ONLY $35.00 + GST/HST.
Unit K - 2151 Portage Ave.
Winnipeg MB
 Highly efficient organizational skills
 Proficiency in accounting concepts
WANTED the Food Bank hours. X
We also do Media Monitor- www.caifinancial.ca  Sound knowledge of computers including Microsoft Office
 Highly motivated
ing, if you would like to follow  Post secondary Business Administration considered an asset
Wanted – A local artist Thank you to all the
up and see who picked up the who would be interested in nurse’s aides, nurses, doc-
material. Call MCNA (204) HEALTH We offer great advancement opportunities within our organization and the Co-
operative Retailing System, competitive compensation and benefits package, company
creating a mural on the wall tors and Physio people for
947-1691 for more informa- matched pension plan and a diverse and supportive working environment. of a building on Main Street their awesome care while I
tion, or email classified@ Trouble Our core values are Integrity, Excellence and Responsibility in Minnedosa. Commun- was a patient at Minnedosa
mcna.com for details. www. Walking? If you are interested in joining our team, please indicate the position you are applying
ities in Bloom are looking for Hospital. Also thank you to
mcna.com for and send your cover letter and resume to: such a person or persons. Re- the cleaning staff and dietary
Hip or Knee numeration can be expected. aides for the awesome meals.
EMPLOYMENT Replacement? a.haywood@heritagecoop.ca
Questions may be directed to Thank you to all our dear
OPPORTUNITY Restrictions in daily
Or mail to: Box 1050, Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0 Attn: Annette Haywood Cheryl Orr or Linda Bertram. friends for flowers, cards and
Process close date: Thursday, May 2nd, 2019
activities? For those interested, please visits and to my family for all
Dream Job! Live in care-
$2,500 www.heritagecoop.ca leave your ideas, designs, their care and concern. Love
giver/housekeeper. Summers Tax Credit WE THANK ALL CANDIDATES FOR THEIR INTEREST, HOWEVER, proposed cost in writing at In- Jean LaCoste.
ONLY THOSE SELECTED TO CONTINUE IN THE SELECTION PROCESS WILL BE CONTACTED.
in Winnipeg and winters in spire Studio by June 1st, 2019.
$40,000
the tropics. Call 204-997- (6-2) x
refund cheque/
4629. rebates
Disability Tax
Credit.
204-453-5372
www.disabilitytaxcreditwinnipeg.com
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OBITUARIES
4-H Awards Senior Members for
Highest Achievement
HAZEL ANNE INSTANCE
NEE CURLE
July 31st, 1933 –
March 23rd, 2019

Hazel Instance passed SUBMITTED


away peacefully in her sleep
at the Valleyview Care Centre,
Brandon at the age of 85 years.
Hazel was the second child of
M embers, parents,
grandparents and
Leaders gathered in Nee-
nine to Robert and Mary Curle pawa for the annual South
north of Dauphin, Manitoba
Parkland 4-H Fun and
along the Valley River. She grew
up in Dauphin, trained to be a Recognition Day. Work-
Teletype Operator in the Royal shops and fun activities
Canadian Air Force, then moved to Minne- were organized through-
dosa to marry Edgar Instance in 1953 and had 6 children, 4 out the afternoon while
sons and 2 daughters. senior members attended
Hazel was well known in the neighbourhood for her fresh interviews.
bread, cinnamon buns and toffee; for all to enjoy (her children Following the ban-
and all their friends). She always made her signature cabbage quet, judges Elizabeth
rolls and perogies for Christmas, Easter and Thanksgiving
Mandziuk, Judith Martin,
family gatherings.
She worked at the Quesnel’s Honey Farm, Minnedosa and Erin Szymesko pre-
Hospital, Gateway Motel, but being a very patient and caring sented awards to the suc-
person, Daycare was her calling. Many of her daycare kids will cessful senior members.
tell you about the good times they had at Hazel’s. In her free South Parkland 4-H En-
time she enjoyed gardening, bowling and following her chil- trance Bursaries are spon-
dren’s hockey (often seen walking to the arena with a hockey sored by South Parkland
bag in hand). Area 4-H Council and were Photo Submitted
After hosting her fathers 75th Birthday at the house on awarded to three members South Parkland 4-H Entrance Bursary. (L-R): Erin Szymesko (judge),
Minnedosa Lake, it became the location for many Curle Family Tyler Dalke, Lauren McKee, Foster Tolton, Judith Martin (judge),
based on a written applica-
Reunions.
She was a member of the Eastern Star for 30 years and the tion outlining 4-H involve- Elizabeth Mandzuik (judge)
Minnedosa Legion for 45 years. ment and future plans. bers can receive to recog- receive watches. Hanna Club was awarded the gold
She was predeceased by her parents Robert and Mary, Lauren McKee of the Rapid nize their years of involve- Popp of the Erickson Beef watch sponsored by Jack-
husband Edgar, son Randy, infant daughter Brenda, brother City 4-H Rodeo Club, Tyler ment in the 4-H program. 4-H Club was awarded son Seeds (2013) Ltd. of
George, sisters: Laura, Edna and Violet. Dalke of the Newdale 4-H Members submit an ap- the gold watch sponsored Inglis. The gold watches
Remaining to forever cherish Hazel’s memory are her Club, and Foster Tolton
loving children: Tom (Lori), Shelly (Terry), Blaine (Lynn) and
plication outlining their by Heritage Co-op Ltd. of were supplied and en-
of the Kenton Kraftsmen 4-H history and attend an Minnedosa, Foster Tolton graved by Reesor’s Jewel-
Corey. Grandchildren: Tyler (Denise), Arron (Erin), Lyndie each received $200 to be
(Charlie), Larissa and Tommy James “T.J.”. Great Grand Chil- interview where they are of the Kenton Kraftsmen lery of Brandon.
used towards continuing asked questions about 4-H Club was awarded Congratulations to all
dren: Julie, Ashton, Skyler and Claire. Brothers: Roy and Bob
and Sisters: Dorothy and Margaret and numerous sisters in- their education. themselves, their com- the gold watch sponsored of the members for their
law, brothers in-law, nieces, nephews and friends. The 4-H Gold Watch munities and their know- by Richardson Pioneer hard work and their years
Donations in her memory can be made to the Kidney Award is considered the ledge of the program; three of Shoal Lake, and Tyler of dedication to their 4-H
Foundation. Grave side service will be held on July 27th,2019. top honour that 4-H mem- members were selected to Dalke of the Newdale 4-H clubs.
SHARON SLATER
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Peacefully at the River- MAIL THIS FORM WITH PAYMENT TO BOX 930,
view Health Centre at the young MINNEDOSA, MB R0J 1E0 PHONE 204-867-3816
age of 63, Sharon Slater devoted
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(Minnedosa, Bethany, Clanwilliam,
grandmother was called to her Erickson, Onanole, Sandy Lake, Lake
Audy, Olha, Vista, Elphinstone,
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grandchildren Kaylee, Kaitlyn, Avy and
Cooper. VOLUNTEER
Sharon was a caring and compassionate woman. She WITH THE
could always be counted on to help anyone with anything,
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anytime, anywhere. Her good nature and warm heart made the
people around her happy and that made her happy in return. TODAY!
Special thanks to all of her loyal friends for staying by her Email:
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side day in and day out.  As well to Riverview Health Centre for vmb@redcross.ca Gwen Usick Fax: 204-867-2150
Independently Owned
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made to Cancer Care. TIN
PR LIS PR
Cremation has taken place and a private service will be
N EW NEW NEW
held at a later date.
Forever and Always Mom to the moon and back!
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PROPERTIES FOR SALE

“Living in your
Community”
Proud Supporter

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Siding Roofing
Bus : 867-3950 Soffit Fascia

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Closed cell Polyurethane Spray foam
Blow in Attic & Wall Fibre Insulation
Fire Retardent Coating

PRAIRIE REDI-MIX Electrician 204-867-3738


Minnedosa - 867-3853
R eady Mix Conc rete 204-868-5211 Email: mcreal@live.ca
Concrete forms, Rebar, Wire Mesh,
George Allard, FCGA*
Open Weeping Tile, Concrete Sealer, Snap Ties
Gateway Street All at Competitive
FERTILIZER FINANCE
Onanole, MB
204-848-7413
Mon - Fri 8:00 - 5:00
Saturday - 9:00 a.m. -
prices Jon Kowal
Howard Wirch, C.G.A*
9-515 4th Ave.
2:00 p.m. 867-0145 Custom
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Suite A
110 Main Street South Fertilizer Minnedosa
204-759-2680
Minnedosa Floating Credit Union
Dauphin Office - Call today to book your
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Fax: 204-638-5817
Darvin - 204-868-5869 204-867-6366
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Robert - 204-867-7113 Terry McLenehan
204-868-5980 or 204-867-5544 Fairmount Solar and Electrics 204-867-6363
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For All Your Electrical Needs
CatharineÊ
204-874-2360
204-867-6353
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T:Ê 867-3884Ê Ê Ê C:Ê 867-0190Ê Electrical Inc. (48-4)
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Email:Ê Ê Catharine@mts.netÊ
M&M ●Electrical
GRAIN 204-867-6352
Alayna McTavish

AUTO BODY Contracting HAULING 204-867-6354


BDO Canada LLP All Auto Body Repairs Ph: 867-3238
Trisha Paterson
204-867-6362
Chartered Joanne Clarke
Professional Accountants Ph: 867-2083 Cell: 868-5741
Brian Horner 204-867-6364
Farm, Business & Individual 5 Main St. North Gaylene Johnson
Grain & Fertilizer 204-867-6357
Professinal Services: Hauling Amber Johnson
- Tax
- Accounting Book this spot Book this spot 204-867-6374
Fax
204-867-6391
- Farm Programs $5.52/week $5.52/week E-mail
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Don Simpson, CPA, CA Call 204-867 3816
Call 204-867 3816 Website
www.MinnedosaCU.mb.ca
39 Main Street South, Minnedosa
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INSURANCE PLUMBING SEPTIC SERVICES SERVICES


MINNEDOSA
WAHOSKI G ORD K E L LY Lakeside St. Alphonsus
Septic Service
INSURANCE SERVICES
Drivers Licenses, Autopac MECHANICAL LTD. Plumbing & Heating Catholic Church
General Insurance Gas Fitting 142
142 4th
4th St, NW.
St, NW. • Lawn Mowing & Trimming
PLUMBING Potable water Minnedosa,MB
MB 867-3831
Cheri McTavish – Broker ph: 867-2084 Minnedosa, 867-3831 • Dandelion Spraying -
867-3946 HEATING cell: 867-0346 delivery. Licensed Pesticide Applicator
Mass Sunday 9:00 a.m.
Book your portable • Fertilizer Application
GAS FITTING toilets. • Licensed Arborist Service
LEGAL AIR CONDITIONING SELF-HELP Erle Jury & Family • Hedge Trimming
• Yard Clean Up
204-867-3121 867-2416
Alexander or A.D.A.M. Cory Johnston ▪ Minnedosa
204-476-5185 Cell: 867-7558
Jackson Anxiety Disorders People Helping People (204)Ê 476-4705Ê
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Law Office - Committed to Caring -
B-116 MainSt.St
110B Main S. S HILLSIDE
Association
of Manitoba RAINKE'S
RAINKIES Phone (204) 857-6100
Minnedosa, MB Support Group Sewage Service Fax (204) 857-8389 Prairie Mountain HVAC/R
867-3981 Plumbing & Heating JIM BEAUMONT
cpcancerservices@shaw.ca
www.centralplainscancer
Heating
Meetings are held at Ventilation/Air quality
http://www.ajaxlaw.ca Neepawa Library 3rd Tuesday of 476-2483 services.com
Ty Burton the month 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Owner/Operator
Air Conditioning
Refrigeration
Burgess Law 204-868-5358 For more info call:
Debbie Fisch
Cell: 476-6591 REAL ESTATE Kitchen Equipment
Office Commercial Gas Fitter
(204) 725-8550 Dennis: 476-2766 Commercial & Residential
51 Main Street S service specialist
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Anonymous can help
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Tuesday & YaRd maintEnancE SERvicES
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Saturday at 7 p.m. Waste
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16 Friday, April 26, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Colourful Easter Sky Solutions and


Substitutions
By
REENA NERBAS

Dear Reena,
I have never had difficulty threading a needle be-
fore; however, recently I started having trouble seeing the
eye of the needle. Do you have any simple tricks for this?
Kennedy

Dear Kennedy,
A magnifying glass can help with this challenge. Here
is a hack that works like magic: place the thread across
the palm of your open hand. Lay the eye of the needle on
top of the thread. Vigorously move the eye of the needle
back and forth on the thread; the thread will eventually
move into the eye of the needle. Pull the thread, and be-
gin sewing. This takes a few tries to master but will get
easier after you get the hang of it.

Dear Reena,
Can you tell me the best way to keep bats out of my
house (attic and basement)? Will mothballs work? Paul

Dear Paul,
Photo by Darryl Holyk
Bats living in a home is a health hazard; therefore,
you are wise to take action. It is not recommended to use
The recent Easter weekend showed the true colours of the Spring holiday with a Saturday morning
chemicals such as mothballs to deter bats. While bats
sky shaded in tones of pink, blue and mauve. do not like the smell of mothballs, the large number of
mothballs needed to repel them will likely be hazardous
to other people living in the home. Begin by figuring out
where the bats are entering your home. Contact animal

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To recycle food scraps and biodegradable waste I use
ordinary paper lunch bags that are much cheaper than
the heavy-duty ones sold for this specific purpose. I use
two bags, one inside the other, and have bought a metal
Copy Dry Erase container from the dollar store that I keep the bags in be-
Paper Dust side my kitchen sink. As they fill up quickly, you end up
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Keep bananas fresher longer by wrapping the stem
Hilroy Mesh Acrylic Sports Ruler with aluminum foil. Submitted by Laura
When a recipe calls for fresh lemon juice, don’t waste
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14 Third Avenue S.W. Minnedosa, MB Reena Nerbas is a popular motivational presenter for
large and small groups; check out her website: reena.ca.
Open Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 12 Noon and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Ask a question or share a tip at reena.ca