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Off To
Parapan Am

TCS Track
and Field

Day Photo by Karen Mitchell

TCS students work under the guidence of Art Gordon to build a traditional Tipi on the local elementary school grounds.

By KAREN MITCHELL the school (educational books, seven teachings) kids having a hands-on
experience would be the best way for the them to remember that they
If your label reads

19/05/31 T
hroughout the week of May 13th to 17th, every student at Tanner’s were part of something bigger,” said Rapsky. “Each grade had anywhere
Crossing School (TCS) took part in the planning and construction of from one to three hours working on the project. After this was done, we
a tipi project. In partnership with the Parent Council, TCS was the only still had teachers coming to us saying the kids enjoyed themselves so
It’s tim
e to renew Manitoba school to participate as a whole and the first non-aboriginal much they want more time. It was such a rewarding and great week.”
your subscription! school to participate to date. Minnedosa resident, Art Gordon, spent five days at the school work-
TCS Vice Principal, Matt Rapsky, explained that one of the goals of ing with each grade individually, allowing them all to have a piece in the
204-867-3816 the Rolling River School Division is cultural proficiency. “We thought overall end project.
that with the outdoor education program and the materials coming into Continued on Page 8

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Chase The Ace RRSD Board of Trustees

Jackpot Won Asking for Public’s Assistance
By KAREN MITCHELL vision (RRSD) trustee for and school boards make roots and they have the
Minnedosa and area, en- sure that the concerns and pulse of the community.

T he Manitoba govern-
ment has commenced
a review of Manitoba’s
courages all residents to
make themselves aware of
this review and really think
ideas of the communities
come to reality,” explained
Either of these changes
would severely undermine
the ability of the commu-
education system. Two about the impact it would Some of the programs nities to shape their local
matters which may be un- have on local boards. Cur- that RRSD maintains schools. Together both
der consideration in this rently running is a cam- throughout its schools of these matters could si-
review are; the large-scale paign called Local Voices include; High school Ap- lence the community’s
amalgamation of the cur- Local Choices, which can prenticeship Program, My voice in education com-
rent 37 elected school be found on the Manitoba Blue Print, Power Mechan- pletely. I encourage you to
boards in our province and School Boards Association ics in MCI, Security Sys- participate in the review in
the possible move to ap- website.  Residents can tems in schools, Security whatever way you can. As a
pointed, rather than elect- also go to www.localvoic- Cameras in buses, Teen citizen of Manitoba, a key
ed school boards. for more informa- Clinics, Food and Nu- stakeholder in education,
The purpose of the tion. trition Program, Rivers your voice in the review is
Manitoba Commission on “Manitoba’s 37 elect- and Area Wetland Proj- important!”
Kindergarten to Grade 12 ed school boards pro- ect (which is an outdoor Residents can support
Education is to “Carry out vide quality education for classroom that promotes this cause by;
an independent review of 210,000 students every environmental sustain- Completing an online
the province’s Kindergar- school day.  Many of the ability), The Wide Area survey to provide input on
ten to Grade 12 education experiences they enjoy de- Network, Home Econom- education issues that are
Photo submitted system. Its goal will be im- pend on local decisions, ics Program, Sabre for Suc- important to you; there is
proving outcomes for stu- made at the community cess, Onanole School is an one survey available for
The Minnedosa Legion Chase The Ace pot has dents, ensuring long-term level. The RRSD Board of UNESCO school, Pax Pro- the general public and one
been won again! The latest winner is Caroline sustainability and enhanc- Trustees are uncertain gram, Outdoor Education specifically for teachers at
Mansell, who walked away with $919 on the ing public confidence in what is coming down the Program, Band Program,
night of Friday, May 17th. Caroline is our education system.” lines with the education Erickson Collegiate Horti- cationreview/consulta-
pictured above accepting her winnings Shauna Sotas-Burton, review but we feel that culture Program (outdoor tion.html.
from Wayne Dillabough. Rolling River School Di- amalgamation of the thir- classroom/greenhouse) Email, fax or mail a
ty-seven school boards and Rivers Hockey Acad- written submission to the
and the possible talk of ap- emy partnered with Rivers commission by May 30th
pointed trustees instead of Recreation Commission, following the submission
elected trustees is a huge just to name a few. should follow the guide-
concern.  Our commu- Burton stressed that lines available online at:
nities shape our schools “School boards are grass- w w w . e d u . g o v. m b . c a /
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Resilient Athlete Headed To Parapan Am Games

By KAREN MITCHELL Fibrous Dysplasia, an un- how I was doing and if I tered that I really had no
common bone disorder in needed any help. That was issues at all.”

I t’s hard to choose just

one adjective to ad-
equately describe Matteo
which scar-like (fibrous)
tissue develops in place of
normal bone. This irregu-
really encouraging to have
support like that.”
“The cancer experi-
Besides the odd phan-
tom sensation in what
would be his big right toe,
Andras Lisoway. Would lar tissue can weaken the ence forced him to mature Matteo had no issues or
it be resilient, adaptable, affected bone and cause it quickly,” recalls Giselle. complications whatso-
determined? How would to deform or fracture. “Things got serious fast, ever. “You have to have a
anyone choose just one? Now, with his leg but when he got focused it good and positive attitude
Whatever the word, one opened for surgery, the was a joy to watch his de- about this stuff. I’ve been
thing is adamantly appar- doctors discovered some- termination shine. More- through a lot and you can’t
ent; this man is a fighter! thing that might be cancer- over, he didn’t push peo- look down on yourself.”
Matteo, is a 21-yer-old ous. After samples taken ple away, instead, inviting In the fall of 2017, only
Minnedosa resident who from his leg were exam- them along the journey, two-and-a-half months
spent most of his child- ined and tested, the news candidly sharing every after amputation, Mat-
hood growing up in the came back as suspected challenge and victory. He teo headed into Winnipeg
neighbouring community and Matteo was diagnosed is an overcomer. That he where he tried his hand
of Neepawa and attend- with Adamantinoma. This has always been.” at sledge hockey. Sledge
ing school in Glenella. He is a rare tumour that oc- Only two weeks after hockey is an adaptation
is the second youngest in curs most often in boys and his stump was completely of ice hockey designed for
a family of five children to young men ages 10 to 30. healed, the process of fit- players who have a physi-
parents, Tom and Giselle. The cause of this bone tu- ting a prosthesis started. “I cal disability. “It was fun
From a very early age, his mor is unknown. Adaman- found it all to be very easy,” but it really wasn’t my
parents knew Matteo was tinoma is a serious condi- Matteo recalls of his new thing,” recalls Matteo.
going to be something spe- tion requiring aggressive Photo submitted leg. “Right away I could However, in May 2018 he
cial. “Matt always had a treatment and doesn’t re- feel where the foot was. participated in sitting vol-
lighthearted approach to spond to some traditional 21-year-old Minnedosa resident, Matteo The only issue I had was leyball out of Brandon,
life,” explained his Mom, cancer treatments, such Lisoway has overcome challenges in his young standing still. I was so used which ignited a new pas-
Giselle. “He was always as chemotherapy or radia- life and come August will be competing at to putting all of my weight sion for the young man.
willing to try anything and tion. the Paralympic Games in Lima, Peru. on my one leg while I was
enjoyed sports. He has al- In May 2017, after healing, that took a bit to Continued on
ways had a compassionate receiving this diagnosis, get used to balancing out Page 5
heart and big personality.” Matteo flew to Vancouver Just over two months my weight. Once I mas-
In the summer of 2015, to consult with doctors on later, on August 11th, Mat-
after graduation, Matteo whether amputation or teo was wheeled into sur-
moved to Minnedosa. bone reconstruction sur- gery at the Health Sciences
The following Spring, gery were his best option. Centre in Winnipeg for an
Matteo’s life would be sent Bone reconstruction sur- above the knee amputa-
in a completely different gery requires a bone donor tion. Two short days later,
direction. While employed and after all procedures, it Matteo was headed back
at the Ford dealership in could take up to a year to home to heal. “Normally it
Neepawa, he slipped off a start walking again. “This would be a month before
car lift and broke his leg. was a very easy choice for patients are released from
While in surgery, the doc- me,” recalls Matteo. “I did hospital, but I was already
tors found something that not want to wait a year to hopping around on one leg
otherwise might not have take a single step. There and doing everything by
been discovered and end- was also no guarantee that myself. The doctors knew
ed a previous speculation this surgery would work that I would be ok going
and misdiagnosis. Mat- for me. I knew that I would home and continuing the
teo has previously broken just get my leg amputated healing process on my
his leg twice at the ages and move on. Technology own,” said Matteo. “I have
of five and again at seven. has come so far in the last amazing support with fam-
This left a lump which doc- few years and it will only ily and friends. I even had a
tors initially thought was get better and better.” ton of people who I didn’t
know come up and ask me

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Darryl a.Holyk - PublisHer anD eDitor

Around Reflecting on D-Day 75th Anniversary

Letters to the
Dear Editor,   In Normandy, many

  Canadians died or suffered

O n June 6th, 1944, I wounds that they had to

arrived by boat on carry for the rest of their
Juno Beach in Normandy, lives. As we mark the 75th
By Darryl Holyk France, with the Canadian anniversary of D-Day, it’s
Scottish Regiment. My role important that we never
was in the mortar platoon. forget. 
Hello, Goodbye… On June 17th, I was based   When I returned to to their new reality as am-  
Well, we “almost” had a new Rec Director. Someone in a barn, anticipating an Canada, I became a mem- putees. Through the years, Sincerely,
was hired to fill the position and our reporter set up an attack that never came. I ber of The War Amps, we have made it a goal to  
interview to meet with her and when she arrived, found went into a nearby shed to which was started by am- remember and commem- Allan Bacon
out that the new rec director quit the morning she was disarm the grenades when putee veterans returning orate our fallen comrades, Toronto, ON
supposed to start! What is the curse with Minnedosa and one exploded, resulting in from the First World War and to educate youth
Rec Directors? We just can’t seem to keep them! the loss of my right arm. to help each other adapt about the horrors of war.

Busy weekend…
The warm weather combined with the opening of
MLA Graydon Feels PCs Have Turned
the local campground and town wide yard sale event
had Minnedosa bustling with activity this past May long
weekend. An increase in vehicles, traffic and people
Their Back on Rural Manitoba
was great to see Saturday as our community unofficially SUBMITTED upon it, once they were Graydon expressing his require and require mu-
kicked-off the 2019 tourist season! in a position of power, to frustration, “and just like nicipalities to collect it. As

O n Tuesday, Cliff Gray-
don, Member of the
Legislature for Emerson,
not only raise the cap, but
eliminate the education
tax on farmland” Graydon
every other farm owner
in Manitoba, I was duped.
The Palister government
a result, educational taxes
are double the municipal
The 2019 Minnedosa Beachcomber, our community’s expressed frustration after continued “It is frustrat- wants to make life easier Agriculture is the
official tourism guide since 1996, is now available. It was the Progressive Conser- ing and disappointing to for their friends in Tux- backbone of the Manitoba
distributed locally last Friday afternoon just in time for vative Party defeated his all Manitobans when their edo, in Linden Woods, in economy, consisting of
the busy May long weekend. If you would like to have resolution removing edu- government says one thing Charleswood, in St. Vital. 5.7% of Manitoba’s overall
some copies to hand out at your business or attraction cational tax from farmland and does another.” However, it appears [the GDP. However, unlike the
please drop by The Tribune office. In addition to being by not allowing a vote on Graydon brought this Premier’s] strong support rest of society, farmers do
available locally, The Beachcomber is also distributed the matter. private members resolu- in rural Manitoba is taken not have a pension plan
through Travel Manitoba and the Riverbank Discovery The Progressive Con- tion forward after a num- for granted.” and often use their land as
Centre in Brandon. servative Party passed ber of constituents raised Saskatchewan taxes a way of storing up equity
an identical resolution this issue with him. A arable land at 1.4% of 55% for retirement. Currently,
Words of Wisdom… at their 2018 convention,
calling upon the govern-
farmer himself, Graydon
has experienced the ef-
of its assessed value and
rangeland at 1.4% of 45%
Manitoba has no tax on
pension plans and invest-
As another busy season of summer sports is now ment to end educational fects of the educational of its of assessed value. In ments that work as similar
underway here are some important words for parents to taxes on agricultural land tax, which has increased contrast, Alberta taxes ag- vehicles.
remember about their young athletes: “I’m just a kid, it’s before the next election. over 72% in a single year in ricultural land at the low “This government has
just a game, my coach is a volunteer and the officials are The current Ministers of parts of the province. “Dur- rate of 2.56%. “The other never shied away from
human.” Play hard and have fun but don’t take the game Agriculture, Growth, En- ing the last provincial elec- prairie provinces have promoting lower taxes. I
too seriously, losing a game is not the end of the world. terprise and Trade, as well tion, the government, and both adequately funded do not understand why
as Justice, are all on the re- I include myself in that, their education system they would not support
cord as being in favour of went door to door, farm for years, yet neither dis- this resolution and pro-
Tribune Founder the resolution. “All of these to farm, assuring Manito- proportionately affect ceed to eliminate the edu-
William Gibbens members were in the con- bans that taxes would not farmers,” Graydon con- cation tax on agricultural
Born - 1854 at London, England vention hall that day, and increase. However, year tinued, “Manitoba is the lands immediately as was
Died - February 20, 1932 stood up to say what they after year, educational only province that allows passed at their last AGM
truly thought, but at the land tax has increased on school districts to demand November 2018,” Graydon
at Cornwall, Ontario
same time, have not acted agricultural land,” said Mr. how much money they concluded.

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Muriel McManus Celebrates 90th Birthday


Ye O l d
A 90th Birthday

Party was held
for Muriel McManus
on Saturday, May 4th
at the Minnedosa Le-
gion Club Room.
All the family
was present as well as
grandchildren and 1889 – The Clanwilliam settlement is, without doubt,
great grandchildren. one of the best in Manitoba and its farmers are of the
It was an enjoyable, most prosperous.
busy afternoon. There
was a family pot luck
supper to follow. It is 1899 – Rumour has it that Minnedosa is to have dai-
great to know Mom ly train service connecting with the C.P.R. at Portage la
has so many friends Prairie.
from near and far that
made this such a spe- 1909 – The Lady Minto Hospital has now treated up-
cial event. Photo submitted wards of 50 patients without a death. This is a record,
never before accomplished at any hospital either in

Matteo Competing in Peru This Summer

Manitoba or Saskatchewan.

1919 – A record in building was made in Newdale. On

the preceding Tuesday, work commenced on a dwell-
Continued from Page 3 has brought Matteo a lot could play for so long.” Matteo has come. “I see in ing house 13’ by 24’ with cement foundation. The family
of travel and opportuni- Prior to all of this, Matt, a strength, resilience moved in last Thursday, eight days after work began. Of
Matteo made the ties. His first camp with the Matteo was taking his ap- and a depth that inspires course, there was no plastering, the interior being board-
team, Sitting Canucks, team was held in Fort Mc- prenticeship through Ford me. I often tell him his fu- ed.
coached by Jeff Smith and Murray, AB. “I had a load for his Mechanic Licence. ture looks so bright that I
has twelve players on the of fun, probably the most “My plan was to finish need sunglasses. My heart 1929 – Minnedosa automobile drivers have no prob-
roster. The team is made fun I’ve had in a long time schooling and then possi- swells with love at who he lem buying gas. There are nine gas pumps in town and
up from players all over for sure,” said Matteo. “I bly move out West. I have has become and at the tra- two more to be installed.
Canada including; To- fell in love with this sport no idea now where my life jectory his is on.”
ronto, Calgary, Edmonton, so hard and so quick.” will lead me now, but I do The Sitting Canucks
Thunder Bay and Brandon.   Yesterday, Thursday, know that volleyball will be have several social media 1959 – The RCMP advise that there is a right and a
Sitting volleyball is a form May 23rd, Matteo left for a big part of me from now venues including website, wrong way to make a U-turn. The majority of drivers in
of volleyball for athletes Columbus to play the on.” Facebook and Instagram. Minnedosa seem to know only the wrong way.
with a disability. USA exhibition series for Matteo has made a Matteo hopes everyone
In August, the team five days. The team will good life for himself in checks in on the team 1969 – A memorial park, to be located north of the Lyr-
leaves for Lima, Peru for play Friday, Saturday and Minnedosa. He and part- while they are in Peru, ic Theatre, has been approved as a centennial project. A
the Parapan American Sunday. These games will ner Samantha both cur- to see their standings stone cairn to commemorate the historic significance of
Games. This international serve as the teams warm rently work at Blazers Mini and watch them proceed Tanner’s Crossing will be erected.
multi-sport event is spe- up for Peru. Mart and plan on mak- throughout this huge jour-
cifically for athletes with “I can’t even put all of ing Minnedosa home for ney.
disabilities. This will be the this into words,” expressed quite some time. “I love Being only 21- years-
1989 – Midnight Madness proved to be a huge success
Friday as many Minnedosa merchants on Main Street
qualifier for the 2020 Para- Matteo. “Right when I Minnedosa. I love the old, Matteo has a full life
extended their hours to further serve the general public.
lympic Games in Tokyo, Ja- found out I was going to beach, I love the people, I ahead of him with so many
pan. In order to qualify for lose my leg I was joking can’t see myself leaving in possibilities. One might
the Paralympics, the team around saying, ‘Well now I the next ten years for sure.” say he is definitely one to 1999 – The Victoria Lifeline emergency response sys-
will have to earn Gold in can go into the Para Olym- Mom, Giselle, express- watch out for and will do tem has been adopted by Minnedosa and District Servic-
Peru. If they don’t qualify pics’ and now I’m living es her feelings on how far Minnedosa proud! es to Seniors. There are currently 16 users of the previous
here, there will be a last that dream. To be only two Apello system in Minnedosa who will be converting to
chance qualifier in March years after my amputation the Lifeline system.
2020 that the team can at- and have an opportunity
tend. like this is huge. I have a 2009 – Dr. Gavin Roche will be suspending his
Being part of the team long life ahead of me, I Minnedosa practice for one year while he completes his
Anesthesiology Residence at Health Sciences Centre in

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Town Council Passes Financial Plan as Presented

By DARRYL HOLYK document for council to the new arena project ten has applied for an appli- taxes. This quote was the Brandon May 15th to 17th.
review and urged them to years ago, Council does cation of subdivision. The lowest of three received for The Manitoba Water

M innedosa Town
Council met for its
regular monthly meeting
seriously consider estab-
lishing a long-term plan to
replace and repair water
not plan to move forward
with the project until there
is funding support from
application is to allow the
four-unit complex to be a
bare land condominium.
the project.
As Town staff has been
unsuccessful in collecting
and Wastewater Asso-
ciation is holding its an-
nual golf tournament at
on the evening of Tues- lines to reduce the annual other levels of govern- Council approved the ap- payment for an outstand- the Minnedosa Golf and
day, May 14th in Council costs of water line repairs. ment. Councillor Rick Sal- plication as submitted ing account billed to J. Duff Country Club in June.
Chambers. Mayor Skatch By-law #2566 to set er then moved the resolu- subject to compliance to Roofing and Tile, in the Council agreed to sponsor
presided with all council- rates and impose taxes for tion to give third and final the Town’s Zoning By-law. amount of $332.64, Coun- a golf foursome to attend
lors in attendance. 2019 was up for second and reading to the 2019 taxes At a previous Council cil authorized Assistant this tournament and also
The meeting opened third reading. For second by-law and when the vote meeting, resident Barry CAO Yuen to write off the authorized Utility Opera-
with a delegation from the reading. Councillor Tom was called, each and every Good appeared as a del- outstanding account. tors employed by the Town
Rolling River School Di- Dowsett moved the resolu- member of council unani- egation regarding reim- As Kelsey Willis has to attend the event.
vision Board of Trustees, tion to give second reading mously voted in favour of bursement of costs he successfully completed Following an In-
represented by Shauna So- and then voted against it setting and imposing taxes would incur as a result of her probationary period as Camera session, Coun-
tas-Burton. Shauna shared stating his concerns with as presented in the pro- a sewage backup in his provided for in the collec- cil resumed its business
some of the board’s con- this year’s budget includ- posed 2019 Financial Plan. home in the southeast tion agreement between meeting and accepted the
cerns about the provincial ing the new arena project. As Town Council finds corner of town which was the Town and Union, she application submitted by
government’s education A discussion followed and it desirable and expedient found to be the result of was confirmed as a perma- Marci Nylen-Nemetchek
review and encouraged council agreed that by to enter into an agreement a lift station malfunction. nent employee of the Town to fill the position of Emer-
all members of council including the new arena with Gerry Champagne, At Tuesday night’s meet- within the local RCMP ad- gency Measures Coor-
to write letters or provide project in this year’s bud- owner of Splish Splash ing, Council authorized ministration department. dinator for the Town of
feedback through an on- get, they are not guaran- Water Park to be located at payment to Cancade Res- Members of Council, Minnedosa and R.M. of
line survey. Two issues teeing it will move forward Minnedosa Lake, a resolu- toration in the amount the CAO and ACAO were Minto-Odanah. Mayor
that are of great concern this year. Including the tion was passed allowing of $5,432.27 plus GST for authorized to attend the Skatch and CAO Marzoff
for the RRSD board are project in this year’s fi- Mayor Skatch and CAO restoration services per- Association of Manitoba were authorized to execute
the possibility of school nancial plan only puts the Marzoff to execute the formed at the residence. Municipalities Midwest the agreement on behalf of
board amalgamations and new arena on the books so agreement on behalf of the Council approved the District Meeting in Rus- the Town.
appointed trustees rather that they are ready to move Town. quotation for construc- sell on June 13th. Mayor
than elected trustees. forward if and when fund- In regards to the new tion of the new wash- Skatch was also authorized
Resident Robert Marks ing from the Federal and multi-united housing room at the Minnedosa to attend the Manitoba
appeared before council as Provincial government’s is complex being built along Campground from Birch Planning Conference on
a second delegation. He announced. As has been 6th Ave. N.W., Murray Par- Construction Ltd. in the behalf of the Town. This
provided an informative stated since day one of rott, on behalf of Ken Kane amount of $33,258.86 plus conference was held in


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Summer Recreation Program Expected to be Busy

By KAREN MITCHELL with all people, and re- consist of: kids they will be starting
ally strives towards making Day camps for chil- school with.

O n Thursday, May 2nd

Robin Bell began her
new position as Minnedo-
activities as inclusive as
possible. She has experi-
ence working at the local
dren aged five (or going
to kindergarten in the fall)
to 12. This program allows
Robin is very excited to
start this new experience.
“I have never had a posi-
sa’s Summer Day Camp daycare facility, volunteers kids to go out and have fun tion where I was in charge
Coordinator. with SwimAbility out of and take part in different of organizing, planning
Robin is the daughter Brandon, and is a respite activities throughout town and registrations, so this
of Glen Bell and Andrea worker. and surrounding areas. is very interesting to me.
Playter and grew up in All eight weeks for Teen Hangout is for It will definitely open tons
Minnedosa. She has com- the day camps have been youth aged 13 to 15. There of doors for me and allow
pleted her third year of planned. The first week of will be a variety of activities me to do so many things
Brandon University, taking camp starts on July 2nd go- offered including bowling, I haven’t had a chance to
her Bachelor’s degree with ing all the way until August golfing and kayaking. do before. I really look for-
a major in psychology and 23rd. Toddler Camp will ward to working with all
a minor in sociology. Rob- Robin has been busy run for four weeks during the kids and youth in the
in is hoping once she has planning and finalizing the the summer. Focus will be area.”
completed that she will re- Summer Activities and is on physical literacy and
turn to school to obtain her very eager to start every- fine motor skills. Toddlers At right, Day Camp
Master’s degree as well. thing come July. Camps will have fun interacting Coordinator,
Robin enjoys working and Programs available with peers and meeting Robin Bell. Photo by Karen Mitchell

New Mood Disorder Peer Support Group Being Offered

By KAREN MITCHELL Support Group. The motto Safe, judgement-free and who understand men- The facilitator, who There is a require-
for the MDAM is “Helping sessions are open to any- tal illness through their has many years volunteer- ment for confidentiality, a

T hrough the Mood Dis-

orders Association
of Manitoba (MDAM),
People Help Themselves.”
Groups will be start-
ing this coming Monday,
one who may have a diag-
nosis or a mental health
concern. Groups will not
own experience. A sharing
circle of sorts.
A peer support group
ing within the organization
and is a mental health ad-
vocate, has great knowl-
requirement for respect, a
requirement for a no-judg-
ment environment, and
Minnedosa will once again May 27th from 6:30 p.m. to be specific to one area is not for everyone, how- edge in this area through everyone is asked to be
be starting up a Mood Dis- 8:30 p.m. in the Minnedosa (example: bipolar, depres- ever one of the values of it his own personal experi- respectful of the start time.
orders Association Peer Hospital Resource Room. sion, friends and family), is that you can be in a room ences and struggles. Through these expecta-
however will be a mixed with people who have a re- Groups will run week- tions, it provides a real safe
support group to start. ally good idea of the emo- ly and participants can place for people to come
The first thing to know tions and highs and lows come to all sessions, a few and share. Participants can

Cadurcis News about a peer support group

is that it is not therapy and
it is not a substitute for
that occur in your life. This
can be very encouraging
and helpful to many.
sessions or one session. A
person’s recovery is based
on their own ability to de-
also just come and sit and
not share, whatever they
are comfortable with.
therapy. Individuals who Groups are confiden- cide. There may be a mil- If you would like more
By Doreen TroTT are having mental health tial, non-judgmental, safe, lion reasons why someone information you can email
concerns that is worrisome respectful and a place for feels bad or is having a minnedosamooddisor

J im and Nancy Greer spent Mother’s Day with Robert

and Natasha Green.
Elgin Hall is out of the hospital and was able to con-
to them, need to seek ap-
propriate medical services.
A peer support group is for
hope. Participants can
gain valuable resources
and coping mechanisms
hard time, no one can do
the work for them, but we
can be there to listen! or call/
text 204-721-2174.

duct the Cadurcis Church service this Sunday. All the best individuals who are peers as well.
to you Elgin.
Faith Northam of Winnipeg spent the weekend with
her parents Doug and Karen Northam.
Visitors over the week with Malcolm and Shirley Tuesday at 12 Noon
Rose were Barry and June Humphreys of Clanwilliam and
Kianna Rose of Brandon.
Malcolm and Shirley Rose and Jim and Brenda Ma-
dill of Bethany spent Mother’s Day with Shaun and Chris- Erickson Legion Branch #143
tine Rose of Rapid City. invite you to a ceremony where the
Knight of the French National Order of the The Town of Minnedosa will be conducting a
Legion of Honour Medal Hydrant and Water Line Flushing Program
commencing the week of June 1st
will be presented to
until the end of June.
Municipality of Harrison Park Flying Officer A.F. (Fred) Minty, RCAF (Posthumous)
DUST CONTROL Tuesday, May 28th, 2019 The Flushing Program will be conducted from
7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.;
Fly Past: 1:45 p.m. Mondays through to Thursdays.
Dust Control is available on municipal roads Ceremony: 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Residents may notice periods of low pressure and
in front of residential property sites within Erickson Legion Hall discolouration during this time. Residents may also
the Municipality of Harrison Park. 30 1st Street SW notice temporary disruption of water service.
Refreshments to follow Residents are advised to check your cold water
Applications and details are available at the Everyone Welcome supply for discolouration prior to using
Onanole and Newdale Municipal Offices, Flights on a Vintage WWII aircraft from washing machines, dishwashers etc.
call 204-848-7614 or Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum available at a cost.
We apologize for any inconvenience that this Program
email The WWII aircraft are piloted by volunteer commercial pilots.
may cause; however it is critical that the lines be
Flights must be pre-booked flushed on a regularly established schedule.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS For info contact: Comrade Archie Campbell
June 3rd, 2019 9/11
Phone: 204-848-2333 Email: (10-2)
Town of Minnedosa (11-3)
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TCS Tipi Busy Long Weekend

Continued to learn it all. It just kind people were overlooked
from Page 1 of transpired and I never and pounded into the
thought it would turn into ground. This generation is
From artwork to sew- a career.” changing all of that and it’s
ing to skinning the 15 The TCS tipi project great to be a part of it. Our
wooden poles, students started off as an outlined young people have a huge
will proudly remember and organized project, contribution to society.
this experience for years to with each class having The smiles you see on kids
come. scheduled time to come faces is priceless. You can’t
Originally from Swan and take part. After the first buy that!”
Lake MB, Art has traveled day, it was soon realized The tipi will make per-
all over the continent and that the outline needed to manent residence in the
made North America his be trashed and the term TCS Library for decades.
home. “Like most young “winging it” was born. At the end of each school
people, I travelled and “We soon learned that this year, the tipi will also make
wandered around before had to be organic and just a trip out to Lake Audy for
having responsibilities and whatever will be will be,” the grade eight camping
obligations,” stated Gor- explained Rapsky. trip, before returning to it’s
don. “I had a wonderful “I have worked with permanent home at TCS. Photo by Karen Mitchell
time meeting new people small groups in schools, The local elementary
and learning new things. on a much smaller scale, school plans on complet- Trailers, campers and tents filled the Minnedosa campground as campers
I managed to get all of but to do a whole school ing a picture journal of all from near and far enjoyed the first long weekend of the camping season.
that out of my system and is something I have never the kids working on the
settle down with my wife done. It was very obvi- structure, for the school
and family in Minnedosa ous to me on day one that division to have as memo-
around 12 years ago.” much of what I thought we rabilia of this informative
Art, along with two would do changed quick- educational project.
acquaintances, took a Tipi ly,” recalled Art. The tipi is set to be
Workshop on a whim and The overall goal of the unveiled in the school li-
from there, he has never project and teachings for brary shortly and parent’s
looked back. “I had zero Art, is the sharing of what and families are welcome
experience with any of this, we have as indigenous to stop by have a look at
I didn’t even know how people. “I see attitudes and it when they are in the
to sew,” recalls Art. “Just beliefs changing now,” said school.
like these kids here, I had Art. “For centuries, our

Photo by Karen Mitchell

On Saturday, May 18th Minnedosa was hopping with eager, bargain-
hunting shoppers for the annual town wide yard sales.
The event, sponsored by the Minnedosa Chamber of Commerce Retail
Committee, saw 67 advertised yard sales this year!

Septic Service
Bill Hopkins 204-867-2416
204-867-0260 204-867-7558
The Minnedosa Community Centre
June 5th, 2019 at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets are $30 in advance and $35 at the door

The Minnedosa

online tickets available at (9-4) Since 1883

The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, May 24, 2019 9

Historian Records More High Jump, Low Jump,

Abandoned Places Running and More!

Photo by Darryl Holyk Photo by Karen Mitchell

Gordon Goldsborough speaks at the Minnedosa Museum AGM last week. By KAREN MITCHELL sunshine all day with just triple jump, discuss and
a bit of breeze to make it shot put events.
By DARRYL HOLYK dio, an aquatic biologist at
the University of Manitoba
somewhat in-depth of
wooden grain elevators O n Monday, May 13th
Tanner’s Crossing
School held its annual
Events throughout
the day included several
The winning athletes
from the local school Track
and Field Day will move
A pproximately 30 peo-
ple gathered at the 50+
Centre on the evening of
and a former director of
the Delta Marsh Field Sta-
and how quickly they are
disappearing from the
prairie landscape. Some of
Grade Five to Eight Track
and Field day. The weather
running events includ-
ing 1,500m, 800m, 400m,
on to Regional Divisionals
which will be held in Bran-
Wednesday, May 15th to More Abandoned the most recent elevators could not have cooperated 100m and 60m. There were don on Monday, May 27th.
hear a presentation from Manitoba is a 280-page to fall are located within more, with blue skies and also high jump, long jump,
historian Gordon Golds- book published by Great our region at Clanwilliam,
borough. The event was Plains Publications which Forrest and Justice. He
hosted by the Minnedosa continues the record- also brought an update on 19054MC0
District Museum and Heri- ing of abandoned places the magnificent Atkinson
tage Village Corp prior to throughout the province House which was featured
its annual general meet- and the history and stories in his first Abandoned
ing. behind them. The building Manitoba book. This large
Gordon’s presentation featured on the cover of long-abandoned prairie
focussed on his latest book, this book, the dilapidated mansion, located near Ha-
More Abandoned Mani- one-room Gourlay School miota, was recently lost by
toba: Rivers, Rails and Ru- northeast of Brandon has fire.
ins, a sequel to his highly since been demolished, Just a few of the aban-
successful Abandoned as has the abandoned doned locations featured
Manitoba book which was grain elevator at Brookdale in Goldsborough’s lat-
released in 2016. which was featured on the est book include Crabby
In addition to being cover of Goldsborough’s Steve’s Dance Hall in the
the author of four books, earlier book, Abandoned Interlake, Brandon’s McK-
Goldsborough is a highly Manitoba. enzie Seeds Building and
active member of the Man- During his local pre- Manitoba’s last remaining
itoba Historical Society, sentation last Wednes- flat warehouse located at
regular guest of CBC Ra- day night, Gordon spoke Brookdale.

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Southwest Manitoba Crop Report

By MB aGRIcultuRe in the region. Many grow- getting warmer. Pre-seed Winter wheat and fall in most fields, is sitting in plete with early seeded
ers have finished seeding herbicide applications rye continue to advance, dry soil. There are some re- corn emerging.

T here were very few

showers during the
past week and over the
with the favourable non-
stop seeding season.
Germination and
were limited due to cool
temperatures and lim-
ited weeds, but now there
however lack of mois-
ture seems to be stunt-
ing growth. Some in-crop
ports of flea beetles, but no
reports of spraying.
Soybean planting is
Forage growth re-
mains slow. Precipitation
was welcomed, but for the
weekend. Daytime tem- emergence of crops has are some pre-emergence weed control has begun. about 50% complete with most part, was not enough
peratures were normal, been slow due to cooler spray applications hap- Peas are emerging and the majority of crop plant- to make much of a differ-
but nights were colder conditions. Moisture has pening. growth has been slow due ed this past week. Most ence. More cattle are going
and below zero in most become a limiting factor in Seeding of spring to cool conditions fields are being rolled fol- to pasture as feed supplies
of areas. Frost damage to most of areas for seed ger- wheat and other cereals is Canola seeding is lowing seeding, as topsoil run out. Pastures are not
crops is minimal, as most mination. 90% done with early seed- 70% complete with some conditions are dry in most ready and if weather does
of sensitive crops are not Weed growth is slow, ed crop emerging. Emer- early seeded canola at the of the areas. not improve, they will not
fully emerged yet. Overall, but coming along as gence looks very even but cotyledon stage. Canola Grain and silage corn sustain for livestock long
seeding is 70 to 75% done weather conditions are in need of moisture. seeded in the past week, seeding is about 70% com- enough.

Basswood News Erickson 4-H Beef Club Report

By Zelda FIRBy Marie Cardy spent on the birth of their daugh- By easton PateRson Cooking and Robotics and urday, May 25th we will be
Sunday with Andy and Sta- ter and Dave and Meagan Programming. Part of this doing Highway Clean-up

D espite the cold and

windy Saturday, folks
cie Cardy and family and
also watched her grand-
Ferguson on the birth of a
son. T hings have been a
little quiet for our 4-H
Club since my last report
day included interviews
for the Gold Watch Awards
and South Parkland Bursa-
on Highway #10 surround-
ing Erickson. We will be
going from the junction
took in the third annual sons play ball who were Charles and Laura
Basswood Ball Tourna- taking part in the ball tour- Gauntt and friend Lucie of in February, but we are ries. Hanna Popp from our of Mountain Road to the
ment. A total of seven nament. Richmond, Virginia spent about to get a lot busier Club won a Gold Watch junction of Highway #45.
teams took part with finals Darren and Joy Lor- the weekend with Susan with Achievement Day get- Award. Great job Han- Please slow down if you
being held on Sunday. The ette of Mitchell, MB spent Proven. On Saturday, ap- ting closer. On April 13th, na! There were kids from are passing through this
event was first organized the weekend with Andy proximately 40 Proven and the South Parkland Area 4-H Clubs in Erickson, area. We also like when
by Brent Cardy but this and Stacie Cardy and also Ross relatives gathered for Council held its annual Minnedosa, Rapid City, people honk to say hello! If
year Troy Johnson helped visited Hayden and Laci a pot luck dinner and to 4-H Fun and Recognition Neepawa, Tenby, Kenton, it is raining, it will be post-
organize the event. Thanks Donohoe and Hazel. visit with the Gauntts. Day. Russell. It was a really fun poned to Saturday, June
goes out to all who partici- Congratulations to This year it was in afternoon and my favorite 1st.
pated and attended. Hayden and Laci Donohoe Neepawa and members activity was the Fimo Clay On June 2nd, we are
got to choose three of where I made a cow, calf, taking a field trip to the
the following activities: bull, heart eyed emoji and MBFI Brookdale farm. It’s
Fimo clay, Woodworking, the cool emoji. going to be lots of fun.
Stained Glass, Get Moving, On the morning of Sat-

Newdale News
By Raven’s Glen WI pital Aid were sorry to hear Clark won one of the “cash
of the passing of Pat Wood- draws”, $25, $50 and $75,

C layton Murray, former

Newdale resident,
has returned to hospital
cock in Minnedosa, many
of them knew her from the
Health Auxiliary events
taking home $50! Shirley
M’s daughters-in-law Barb
and Kim Pederson “helped
in Minnedosa when his that they all participated in carry the loot”!
move to Victoria Landing before our local group dis- Were you and your
in Brandon did not meet banded. family one of the campers
expectations. Nice to be Our local 4-H mem- that spent the long week-
back in familiar surround- bers are working hard to end at a lake somewhere,
ings with friends to visit complete their projects hope you had a heater
and our community sends before Achievement Day. along! Most farmers are
you best wishes Clayton! Community members en- hoping for a bit of warmer
We welcomed Rita joy viewing all the different weather before seeding
Friesen of Neepawa to our projects that are presented canola, or maybe it’s in
church pulpit on May 19th, that day in the hall. the ground also waiting for
it’s a pleasure to have her A carload of Newdale Heat!
visit and deliver the Sun- ladies attended the Sandy

Bridge Club
day message and enjoy Lake Legion Ladies Aux-
coffee and visiting at the iliary Bake Sale and Tea.
hotel following. Everyone lined up for a
Shelley Zahaiko got
back from meeting her
wonderful array of bak-
ing, waiting for the count-
new granddaughter Emilia down to “opening”. Tick- May 10th
in BC. Tiny baby and big ets were sold on items on
family dog made a lovely silent auction items with 1st Lois Phillips /
picture! both Shirley A. Pedersen Carol Lonsdale
Former members and and Shirley M. Pederson 2nd Barrie Brooking /
friends from Newdale Hos- taking home prizes. Enid Norm Peterson
3rd Jim Burgess /

Lynn Burgess
4th Cindy Grant /
Boyd Grant
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Slo-Pitch Tournament and statements contained herein
Beer Gardens. Saturday, June are the sole responsibility of E � N� RA�HNE &BR�G� � �FU�UR� � Rolling River School Division
1st at Minnedosa Fairground the persons or entities that
and Ag Barn. Come on out post the advertisement, and Rolling River School Division is located in
to the Minnedosa Fun Fest’s the Manitoba Community southwestern Manitoba, Canada in close proximity to
Slo-pitch tournament. Regis- Newspaper Association and Riding Mountain National Park and Brandon.
ter your team with Erin by membership do not make
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2019 Paving
ment Maintenance. T.H.E.M. General information:
cell 868 8088 ( Supply and place asphalt along sections of 1st Ave SW & Victoria Bay. All
MINOR REPAIRS and  MAIN- HEALTH distance measurements are approximate and will require verification by
TENANCE in your home! High
the contractor.
quality painting  (Interior and
GET UP TO $50,000 from the Government of Canada. Tender package available for pick up at the Town Office or by emailing
Exterior), Fix-it jobs. (5-11) x 
Do you or someone you know Have any of these Conditions?
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IORS in Czech Republic. Flight,
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more. Info Fax: (204) 867-2686 Email:
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The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, May 24, 2019 13


MARCH 22ND,1949 - March 2nd,2019
For Sale by Tender
On March 2nd, 2019 Gwen Crawley passed away after a short but courageous battle with
The Municipality of Harrison Park is accepting tenders for the TRUCK INVENTORY
cancer. As was her wish, she was in her home and surrounded by her family and pets until the
purchase of the following surplus fire apparatus: end.
2013 Western Star 4900 She is survived by her husband Harry, children Joe, Caitlin (William), and Hugh (Erica),
• 1977 Chevrolet C65, 325 gpm PTO pump, 1100 gallon tank VIN#FD1510 DD15 505HP granddaughters Rhiannon and Teagan, sister Frankie (Jim), and nephew Chris (Candance).
• 1984 GMC K/V 3500 Crew Cab 13SPD 1,103,484KM Gwen was born in Winnipeg on March 22nd, 1949 to Hugh and Francis “Jimmy” Williams.
70”Mr 4-Way Lockers
• 1999 Yellow Homemade Single Axle Trailer $49,000
She grew up in St. Vital with her parents and older sister Frankie. After living for a year in Saska-
toon and Hudson Bay, Saskatchewan she moved back to Winnipeg in 1969. In November 1970
Vehicles & trailer will be sold as is, where is. 2013 Freightliner Cascadia
she moved into the Gannon apartments - As it turned out in the apartment right next to Harry.
VIN#BT9490 DD15 505HP
13Spd Ultra Shift They met on Remembrance Day when Harry asked to borrow a cup of butter. One thing led to an-
Written tenders will be received until 4:00 p.m. on Friday, June 739,000KM other and two years later they were married and moved into their first house on Baltimore Road.
7, 2019. 20’ Cancade Grain Box Gold In 1974 they welcomed Joe into the family and relocated to Ash Street. In 1977 Caitlin arrived and
Highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. the next year the family moved to Churchill Drive where they remained for eleven years. In 1980,
2013 Freightliner Ca125 after several prior jobs focused on helping the most vulnerable, Gwen began what would be her
For additional information or to view, please contact the VIN#BT9486 DD15 505HP
career for the next 39 years at Klinic Community Health Centre as a medical assistant and proud
Black Chassis 775,221KM
Municipal Office at 204-848-7614. $75,000 “pamphlet lady.” In 1989 Gwen and the family made their final move out to Sapton Road which
Please submit tenders to: coincided with the arrival of Hugh. For the next 29 years Gwen enjoyed many summer days on
2015 Volvo 730 the porch swing and winter nights in front of the fire usually with a cup of tea in hand. During her
Municipality of Harrison Park VIN#910481
final years some of her happiest times were spent by the lake at Matlock especially when she was
D13 505Hp Ishift Auto
Box 190 70XT Mid Roof 813,000KM joined by her Children and Grandchildren.
Onanole, MB R0J 1N0 $74,000 Interment will take place at All Saints Cemetery on June 8, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. Family and
friends welcome.
Email: 2019 Freightliner M2-106
Doyle’s Funeral Home, Carman in care of arrangements.
CUM L9 3000 RDS Allison
16’ Cancade Gravel Box JOYCE MARIE DOUGLAS
New $151,000
Janary 5th, 1939 - May 12th, 2019
2012 Peterbilt 389
VIN#147723 Joyce Marie Douglas (nee Sherris) passed away peacefully,
Cummins ISX 600HP with loved ones by her side, at the Assiniboine Centre on Sunday,
MORTGAGE SALE Midroof 778,070KM
May 12th, 2019 at the age of 80 years.
$89,000 Joyce was born in Winnipeg on January 5th, 1939. Joyce
was adopted by Fred and Eva Sherris and lived on the family
The building and land known as 454 - 3rd Street N.E., Minnedosa, 2009 Mack CXU613 farm near Moore Park, MB. She attended school at Moore Park
Manitoba, as described in Certificate of Title No. 2391930/5 will be sold VIN#09197
MP8 485HP Consolidated School until grade eleven, and then completed her
at auction by a licensed Auctioneer on Wednesday, the 12th day of June, 18-SPD Ultra Shift grade twelve education at St. Michael’s Academy in Brandon.
2019 at 2:00 p.m. at Town of Minnedosa offices 103 Main Street South, 60”MR 4-Way Lockers As a teen, Joyce fell ill with Rheumatic Fever at Christ-
Minnedosa, Manitoba. $36,000
mas time. She recovered in bed, at home on the family farm
for 4 months. These were lonely times for a 15/16 year old. She
To the best of the vendor’s knowledge, there is situated on the mortgage 2009 International Prostar did, although, recover in time to continue her Commercial Business
property 1,248 sq. ft., 1 1/2 storey single family dwelling with full VIN#049960 studies at St. Michael’s Academy, graduating in May 1957, and began
partially finished basement, double detached garage with front Cummins ISX 485HP
18-SPD Manual
working on the First of June that year. After graduation, Joyce held a
driveway, patio doors leading to deck, 2 baths, 125’ frontage lot. Property 56”MR 4-Way Lockers variety of positions. She began her work career as a stenographer at Anglo Canadian Oils in
is hooked up to town water and sewer. No futher information is available 975,545KM Brandon, and held positions at Manitoba Federation of Agriculture, Office Overload, Walter
$34,000 Wray Limited, Keewatin Community College, Niagara Community College, Niagara Cyclo Mas-
on the interior of the home as it remains owner occupied.
CALL BLAIR PURVIS sage, Valley Royal Travel Services, McCallum Electric and Travel Smart. Joyce also worked at the
Property taxes are paid in full to December 31, 2018. The property is sold OFFICE: 204-726-0000 Neepawa Health Unit for the Province of Manitoba until retiring in 2001. After retirement, Joyce
subject to taxes and penalties accuring after that date. CELL: 204-761-2999 enjoyed working at Alia and then Tan Jay stores. Of all her jobs, Joyce loved her time at the travel
TERMS: Deposit of $20,000 in cash, certified cheque or bank draft 1731 Middleton Avenue agencies the best!
Brandon, MB Joyce belonged to the Minnedosa 4-H Beef Calf Club; enjoying public speaking and judging
payable to MLT Aikins LLP and the balance according to conditions to be
competitions. While attending the 4-H meetings she met Harvey, her future husband. There is
announced at the sale. some truth in the saying, “4-H Ain’t all Cows and Cookin’.” When the family returned to the farm
Sale is subject to Reserve Bid which will be announced at the auction. If IN MEMORIAM at Moore Park she was a 4-H Leader with the young people and assisted with cooking. Joyce
the highest bid does not meet the Reserve Bid then there is no sale. also was involved with the Big Brothers and Sisters, UCT Minnedosa, Moore Park Community
In Loving Memory of Hall Board, and the Mood Disorder Association of Manitoba. Joyce always enjoyed music, taking
Further information may be obtained from: vocal lessons at the Brandon School of Music, now Brandon University, winning her class at the
MLT AIKINS LLP Virden Arts Festival, three years in a row in Vocal Studies. She often found humour in her situa-
July 1st, 1931 –
Barristers & Solicitors May 23rd, 2018 tion, singing in The First Baptist Choir, while attending St. Michael’s Academy and being raised
30th Floor, 360 Main Streeet, Winnipeg, MB R3C 4G1 Anglican. She and Harvey enjoyed curling at Roseneath Curling Club, Moore Park and taking
God knew that she in bonspiels in various towns around the area, even having a family rink one winter at Rapid
Attn: Jacqueline Ingrilli (204) 957-4779 City. “We didn’t win many games but we had lots of fun,” she later reminisced. With Harvey, she was suffering
That the hills were participated in 5-pin bowling in Minnedosa for over 10 years and enjoyed all the camaraderie,
hard to climb, even winning her share of ‘Skunk’ pins over the years. With close friends Ramona and Cecil Spar-
So He closed her row, they enjoyed playing cards for over 56 years, (but have to admit the girls did not win their
IN MEMORIAM weary eyelids fair share of the games). Harvey and Joyce enjoyed dancing over the years, going on trips to visit
And whispered family and friends, and delighted in celebrating their many years of marriage with friends and
“Peace be thine.” family. She has enjoyed travelling to Hawaii, Guatemala, New Orleans, England, Scotland and
In Loving Memory of In Loving Memory of Wales, as well as cruising to Alaska and the Western Caribbean. Also, while working in the travel
EVA HRYSAK JIM MURRAY Away in the beautiful
hills God, industry she made work trips to Fiji, Australia, British Isles, and a School at Sea Cruise.
December 5th, 1926 – 1921 – 2012 Joyce is survived by her husband of 60 years, Harvey, half- brothers Doug White and Ian
May 15th, 2013 DEBBIE BETTERIDGE By the valley of rest so fair,
Some day, we know (Petty) White of Brandon, son Ian and wife Barbara, Jocelyn (Ben), Sheri (Kris) and great grand-
MATT HRYSAK 1953 – 2017 daughter Isabella; son James and wife Amber, Jasmine (Andrew) and Sherris; daughter-in-law
September 13th, 1920 – not when.
We will meet our Debbie (Scott – deceased), Ashley (Mitch), Brandi and Carly and great grandchildren Madison
October 23rd, 1991 Always remembered and Bjerregaard, Payton and Rhett Matthews.
sadly missed by loved one there.
Joyce was predeceased by her parents Frederick and Eva Sherris, infant sister Loraine Eva,
If tears could build Gladys and family. son Duncan Scott Douglas, sisters and brothers-in-law Maxine and Alex Douglas, Shelagh and
a staircase, x Remembered and missed by
The Zariwney family. Robert (Bob) Douglas and her half-brother William (Bill) White, along with many aunts, uncles
And memories a lane, and cousins.
We would walk x
A Celebration of Joyce’s Life was held on Tuesday, May 21st, 2019 at Central United Church,
right up to Heaven, 327-8th Street, Brandon at 1:30 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Joyce may be made
And bring you home again. to the Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba, 4-940 Princess Ave., Brandon, MB R7A 4E9 or to
the Manitoba Lung Association, 301-1 Wesley Ave., Winnipeg, MB R3C 4C6. Messages of condol-
Everlasting love, ence may be placed at
Donna, Lyle and Rachel
14 Friday, May 24, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune


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Brian Horner WAHOSKI G ORD K E L LY Lakeside St. Alphonsus

Grain & Fertilizer MECHANICAL LTD. Plumbing & Heating Septic Service Catholic Church
Gas Fitting 142
142 4th
4th St, NW.
St, NW. • Lawn Mowing & Trimming
Hauling PLUMBING Potable water Minnedosa,MB
MB 867-3831
ph: 867-2084 Minnedosa, 867-3831 • Dandelion Spraying -
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
AIR CONDITIONING SELF-HELP Erle Jury & Family • Hedge Trimming
• Yard Clean Up
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Anxiety Disorders People Helping People
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RAINKIES Phone (204) 857-6100
Support Group Sewage Service Fax (204) 857-8389 Prairie Mountain HVAC/R
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Meetings are held at JIM BEAUMONT www.centralplainscancer
Jackson Neepawa Library 3rd Tuesday of 476-2483
Ventilation/Air quality

Law Office Ty Burton the month 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Owner/Operator

Air Conditioning
B-116 MainSt.St
110B Main S. S 204-868-5358 For more info call:
Debbie Fisch
Cell: 476-6591 REAL ESTATE Kitchen Equipment
Minnedosa, MB Commercial Gas Fitter
(204) 725-8550 Dennis: 476-2766 Commercial & Residential
867-3981 service specialist
Burgess Law Plumbing & Heating
ANONYMOUS 1-204-867-7346
If you like to drink and can
Summit Septic
Office • Construction •
That's your business
If you want to stop and can't ServiceS LEONA’S
51 Main Street S 204-867-5458 That's our business. Minnedosa and surrounding areas Studio Of Image
P.O. Box 36 Frank r. Ford and Family Hair Care
867-2935 Russ Huyghe
or 867-3966 penny Ford PETER HARRISON
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Matt Saler Drug Problem? 204-868-0851 or 204-868-0863
• Eyelash Extensions

204-868-6886 Narcotics 204-867-2287

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16 Friday, May 24, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Sandy Lake News

By Diane Bachewich Catholic Cemetery. the weekend with Mom chominsky at the Health ish cemetery. Lewandoski around and
Francis Kuzmak has Olive Kowalchuk and Blair. Science Centre. Robert Mandzuk of about after his long stay in

T he Legion Ladies Aux-

iliary held their annual
May long weekend Tea and
daughter Mavis Flack of
Calgary, AB to help her
with her spring yard work.
Sympathy is extended
to Cliff and Diane Lungal
on the passing of Diane’s
The newly remodeled
Sandy Lake Golf Course
opened on Thursday with
St. Catherine’s, ON has ar-
rived to spend the summer
at his lakeside cabin here.
the hospitals.
Neil and Debra Noon-
an spent an early Mother’s
Bake sale on Saturday at Harold and Joyce Prosken brother in-law at Grand- new owners Wayne and Visitors with Helen Day with Neil’s mother and
the Drop-In Centre, with a of Winnipeg spent the view. Diane attended the Charlotte Shewchuk and Derhak over the long dad in Calgary recently.
good attendance and a lot weekend here. funeral on Thursday in family. weekend were Allan and Marcie Shurvell along
of goodies to choose from. The Ukrainian Catho- Grandview. Sympathy goes out to Nancy Derhak of Riding with her daughters Le-
Deepest Sympathy to lic Women Association Sadie Rystephanuk ac- Marion Koltusky and fam- Mountain, Angela Gower anne Judd, Lynne Wruth,
the Kotch and Winstone presented Elsie Kristalov- companied Gloria Camp- ily of Olha Store on the and Jessie McNarland and daughter in-law Charlene
families on the passing of ich, mother of the year bell to Winnipeg where passing of husband and fa- baby Nolan of McCreary. Shurvell and step daugh-
Darlene Kotch. Funeral from the parish, with a pot- Sadie visited with her ail- ther Steve. Funeral service Steve Fiarchuk of Er- ter Bette Ross all have re-
will be held on June 1st at ted flower plant on Moth- ing sister Ann Dropke at was held on Monday, May ickson has taken up resi- turned home from an en-
the Strathclair Bend The- er’s Day. the Middle Church Nurs- 20th at St. Michaels Ukrai- dence at the Sandy Lake joyable holiday in Hawaii.
atre with interment at the Sheldon, Kim and Jack ing Home. Also, Sadie and nian Catholic church Ohla, Personal Care Home.
Sandy Lake Ukrainian Kowalchuk of Gimli spent Gloria visited Janice Du- interment was in the par- Nice to see Robert

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*We deliver within town limits Monday - Friday at 4:00 p.m
($2 charge - $10 minimum order)
MAY 24TH - MAY 30TH * Try one of our delicious BBQ chickens!
* We sell fruit, veggie & meat trays and fruit baskets
*Senior’s Discount every Friday (65 & up) (STARTS FRIDAY 9:00 A.M. - ENDS THURSDAY 9:00 P.M.) (24 hours notice is appreciated)
*We sell R.O. water

PC™ cheddar 2 year old smoked/white ................................250g ...............$7.49
Cool Whip dessert topping assorted ........................................1LT ............. $2.99
CL Leaf Tuna White solid/flake water....................................170g ...............$2.79
Michelina Frozen Dinners assorted ...227-284g ...... $1.49
Camp RW tomato/vegetable/mushroom/ckn noodle284ml.... $0.99 Marie Callenders frozen lasagna ............................................879g ............. $6.99
Unico Tomatoes diced ......................................................... 796ml ...............$1.49 Pillsbury Toaster Strudel strawberry ......................................326g ............. $2.99
Unico Beans Kidney red/white/black................................. 540ml ...............$1.49 NN™ frozen vegetables ..........................................................750g ............. $2.19
Snuggle fresh spring blossom ............................................... 1.47lt ...............$4.99 NN™ potato patties ................................................................20ea ............. $3.19
PC™ corn flakes/frosted flakes/crispy rice cereal640-680g .... $3.49 Lean Cuisine,Stouffers meat assorted ........................... 222-285g ............. $3.29
GM Cheerios ...........................................................................570g ...............$5.49 Pizza Pops assorted ....................................400g ...... $2.99
Nescafe gold café barista ........................................................100g ...............$5.49

D Monte NSA Fruit canned assorted .................................. 398ml ...............$2.19
Campbell Broth assorted ..................................................... 900ml ...............$1.99
Knorr pasta,rice assorted ........................................................133g ...............$1.49
Bicks pickles yum yum/baby dills/sweet mixed ......... 1lt ...... $3.99
NN™ jam assorted ..................................................................... 1lt ...............$4.49
NN™ madium roast coffee/decafe ........................................925g ...............$9.49 Pork tenderloin ......................................................................................... $3.99/lb
NN™ coffee whitener .............................................................450g ...............$2.79 Pork loin chops rib or sirloin end ............................................................ $2.59/lb
McCafe premium roast coffee ................................................950g .............$18.99 Whole chicken fresh .......................................... $2.99/lb
Carnation Hot Chocolate assorted ................................. 225-450g ...............$4.29 Striploin beef steak ................................................................................... $9.99/lb
Red Rose orange pekoe tea .....................................................72ea ...............$4.49 Ziggy’s cooked turkey ...........................................................................$1.99/100g
Kool Aid Jammers assorted.................................................. 180ml ...............$3.29 Janes pub style chicken assorted box ....................................800g ............. $7.99
Christie Cookies assorted ...........................300g ...... $3.29 PC chicken spring rolls............................................................574g ............. $9.99
Dare Vinta,Breton crackers assorted ............................. 132-225g ...............$2.79 NN bacon .................................................................................500g ............. $5.49
NN™ peanuts assorted ...........................................................500g ...............$2.79 PC turkey frankfurters .............................................................375g ............. $5.49
Quaker chewy/dipps assorted ................................................156g ...............$2.79 Swiss Chalet beef or chicken pie ............................................655g ............. $7.99

NN™ paste tomato ............................................................... 369ml ...............$0.99
NN™ mac & cheese dinner or pizza sauce ...........................200g ...............$0.79
NN™ canola oil ..................................................................... 1.89lt ...............$4.79
NN™ salad dressing assorted ............................................. 475ml ...............$1.99
NN™ vinegar white CP ............................... 4lt ...... $2.49
Ziploc freezer/food/easy open/snack bags .................... 14-90ea ...............$3.79 English cucumbers ........................................................................................ $1.29
Glad plastic wrap cling ............................................................ 30m ...............$2.99 Red seedless grapes .................................................................................. $2.99/lb
Lysol All Purpose cleaner lemon,Toilet Bowl cleaner .650-710ml ...............$2.99 Iceberg lettuce ........................................................ $1.99
Ivory,Dawn Ultra dish liquid original ................................. 573ml ...............$2.49 3L Peaches...................................................................................................... $6.99
Sunlight 2x HE 32W ............................................................... 1.47lt ...............$6.99 Tomatoes on the vine ................................................................................. $1.49lb
NN™ cat food canned assorted .............................................156g ...............$0.59 Romaine hearts..........................................................................3pk ............. $2.99
NN™ cat food 3 flavour/balanced nutrition ...........................8kg .............$15.99 Red Delicious apples ................................................................................ $0.49/lb
NN™ dog food assorted..........................................................624g ...............$1.49
Tropicana pure orange juice premium ................................ 1.65lt ...............$4.49
Kraft cheeze whiz.....................................................................450g ...............$5.79
PC™ chocolate chip cookie dough ........................................468g ...............$2.49
NN™ cottage cheese 2% 500gr or NN margarine .............. 907gr ...............$2.69

Kozy Shack tapioca pudding...................................................624g ...............$2.99
NN™ orange juice ................................................................. 1.75lt ...............$2.69

D’Italiano Buns/bread assorted .........328-675g ...... $2.49 OPEN 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM, 7 DAYS A WEEK • 70 Main Street South, Minnedosa 867-2821
Litte Debbie pasteries assorted ...................................... 300-459g .............. $1.99

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