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PCs Win Second Thank You For Your Service


Majority

Photo submitted

Re-elected Riding Mountain MLA,


Greg Nesbitt, watches the results coming in
on election night with his parents, Joe and
Shirley, at his home in Shoal Lake.
Photo by Darryl Holyk

By DARRYL HOLYK Minnedosa Fire Chief Dean Jordan (C) with recently retired members of the fire
department, Firefighter Ken Morrice (L) and Deputy Fire Chief Mike Kowal (R)
M anitoba voters re-elected Brian Pallister’s
Progressive Conservatives back into power
Tuesday earning the party its second consecutive
during a retirement celebration held last Friday evening.

majority win. After a successful 29-day campaign, By DARRYL HOLYK nual antique poker derby, sa and surrounding mu- Minnedosa emergency re-
the Premier and his party return as our provincial which continues to be nicipalities,” stated Mike. sponse teams, Ken faced
government, “Moving Manitoba Forward.”
Although voter turnout was at an all-time low of
55.4 per cent, once all 472,575 ballots were counted
T wo long-serving
Minnedosa Firefight-
ers were honoured at a
one of its largest fundrais-
ing events. He recalled his
first fire call being a house
“Some larger fire depart-
ments don’t even have half
of what we have. We are
one of the most horrific
scenes to stand out in his
memory when six vehicles
from the 57 electoral divisions, the PCs had earned special retirement celebra- fire in the middle of a cold very fortunate and I am were hit by a semi on High-
36 seats, losing a few from its 40 seats secured in tion at the local fire hall on winter night in which he very proud to have been way #16 east of Minnedosa.
the 2016 election. The NDP earned 18 seats, up four the evening of Friday, Sep- rushed to the fire hall un- part of this department.” This fatal crash, in which
from the last general election and the Liberals were tember 6th. The evening prepared for the frigid In approximately a 13-year-old boy lost his
given three seats resulting in a loss of official party recognized the service and winter temperatures – no 2015, Mike was promoted life, was imprinted on the
status. dedication of recently re- proper head gear or socks! to Deputy Fire Chief, a role minds of all who attended
Here in the Riding Mountain constituency, in- tired members, Mike Kow- Kowal has always he held until his retire- the scene that day. “Being
cumbent Greg Nesbitt, PC, was re-elected as our al and Ken Morrice. been proud to tour others ment from the department part of the fire department
MLA. Nesbitt, who was new to the provincial po- Mike joined the through the local fire hall, earlier this year. is one of those things you
litical scene in the 2016 election won his second Minnedosa Fire Depart- including a number of fire- Ken became part of enjoy doing but also hope
election by a landslide. Nesbitt earned 6,117 votes ment in 1999 under for- fighters and fire officials the local fire department you never have to do,”
which was a 4,156 vote lead over the next closest mer Fire Chief, the late Bill from other communities. 18 years ago in 2001, also mentioned Ken. “But, we
candidate, Wayne Chacun running for the NDP. McVey. Throughout the “I’ve had Winnipeg and under former Fire Chief do it and it’s very reward-
Mary Lowe, representing the Green Party, received years, Kowal was highly Brandon firefighters come McVey. His time as a fire ing.”
723 votes followed by local Liberal candidate, Jor- involved in various aspects through our hall and they fighter began with a minor
dan Fleury, with 454 votes. of the local department could not believe what we out-of-control grass fire Continued
including administration have for equipment for a but in August 2003, along on Page 6
Continued on Page 5 and the firefighter’s an- town the size of Minnedo- with other members of the
2 Friday, September 13, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Five Bronze Blooms For Minnedosa


By Hillary Miller Tidiness Effort; Environ- when they have a family
mental Action; Heritage member that is hospital-

M innedosa Commu-
nities in Bloom rep-
resentatives attended the
Conservation; Urban For-
estry; Landscaped Areas;
and Floral Displays.
ized at Boundary Trails.
This building is the result
of the wishes of Katie Re-
Manitoba Communities On the first day of the imer, who was a 13-year-
in Bloom Provincial Con- conference, the crowd was old girl who passed away
ference and Awards Cer- deeply inspired by keynote from cancer.
emony in Morden, MB on Speaker Dr. Gordon Golds- At the conference,
Friday, September 6th and borough, who is a profes- there was a silent auction,
and Saturday, September sor at the University of which had donations from
7th. The conference was Manitoba. He spoke on his the communities who at-
held at the Morden Access experiences in mapping tended. Minnedosa do-
Event Centre. historical Manitoba. He nated a wooden planter
Minnedosa was has published two books, that was provided by the
awarded five “Blooms” both of which can be found Men’s Shed, as well as a
Bronze this year, and spe- at the local Library as of plant that was donated by
cial mention was given for the end of September. Heritage Co-op, and two
the veterans banners that On Saturday, the coffee cups from the Town
can be found around town. crowd was able to hear of Minnedosa. Sadly, our
Photo by Hillary Miller
While five blooms is the speakers share informa- representatives did not
highest number of blooms tion on an array of topics win any of the prizes avail-
a town can receive, to be including Morden’s Urban able. above,
given gold, silver or bronze Forestry Plan; the Agri- After the conference, the recently
on top of that is an addi- culture Research Station, the Minnedosa Commu- installed banners
tional honour. Environmental Cleaning nities in Bloom would like honouring local
Of the total evaluation, and Composting, Morden to heed recommenda- veterans earned
Minnedosa received 84.95 Immigration, and volun- tions that were made to Minnedosa a
percent. A copy of this teering. Following this, them, which may include special mention
evaluation can be found they heard Ruth Reimer a mural in town as well as
at the Manitoba
at the Minnedosa Regional share information on “Ka- implementing a pollinator
Library for anyone who tie Care”, an eight-room garden to attract bees and
Communities in
Bloom awards. Photo submitted
wishes to read it. hospice building called butterflies.
The criteria on which “Katie’s Cottage”, which is (l-r): Communities in Bloom judges Hugh
the towns were judged are a place for families to rent Skinner and Shirley Kalyniuk congratulated the
four representatives from Minnedosa: rhoda
Hughes, linda Bertram, Cheryl Orr and ellen

FARMERS Bramley. award presenter, Cathy Shaluk,


is pictured at right.

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Beach Enhancement Reaches Goal - Ground Work Underway

Photos by Hillary Miller

Husky energy presented a generous donation of $30,000 to the MCU recently contributed another $1,800 (l to r): Kathryn
Beach enhancement Project (l to r): Jennifer Sparrow, yanchycki, Jennifer Sparrow, Jodi McVey and Nicole loewen.
Jodi McVey and Jennifer Stiglitz.

By Hillary Miller opportunity because of community investments.” nation to the group, in ex- group that the new struc- goals, and hope to see you
the wide variety of people Any funds raised over change for being able to ture will be completed all there!

H usky Energy and the


Minnedosa Credit
Union are the most recent
who can use this facility,”
said Jennifer Stiglitz, Plant
Manager at the Minnedosa
and above what is required
for the new play structure
will be put towards future
dismantle and remove the
play structure for their own
personal use. As of Sep-
and ready to be enjoyed
by Minnedosa’s many lo-
cal and visiting children by
Anyone wishing to
make a donation to the
Minnedosa Beach En-
donors to the Minnedo- Husky Energy. projects by the Minnedosa tember 3rd, this individual spring of 2020. hancement Committee
sa Beach Enhancement McVey and Sparrow Beach Enhancement Com- had two weeks to remove Coming up, the group can reach out to either
Committee’s current fund- are thrilled to have stayed mittee. Future ideas will the old structure, in order is hosting a Halloween so- McVey or Sparrow or
raising project. The group on track with their five- be put to the community in to make way for the new. cial in order to raise further make contact through the
received a cheque from year goal. As a result of order to decide on the best It is the hope of the funds for the Committee’s group’s facebook page.
MCU on Friday, August this, their own children project for Minnedosa.
30th for $1,800, making will still be young enough As of last Tuesday,
the total MCU donation to to enjoy the new structure. September 3rd, the play-
the group $2,500. The fol- Stiglitz noted that Husky is ground at the beach was
lowing week, on Thursday, pleased to make the dona- closed to the public in Grant Application
September 5th, commit- tion to this project because preparation for the re-
tee members received a they wanted to touch moval of the old struc- for 2019
cheque from Husky Energy something that is used so ture, which occurred on Minnedosa and District Foundation Inc.
for $30,000, which has now broadly by the community. Saturday, September 7th.
brought them to about “It’s a really good opportu- The group was fortunate
MISSION STATEMENT:
where they need to be to nity for the town,” she said. to have an individual who The Minnedosa and District Foundation Inc. is committed to enhance
get work on the new play “Husky likes to support was willing to make a do- the quality of life for our citizens, by promoting charitable, educational,
structure at the beach un- and cultural endeavors: to encourage and inspire donors in charitable
derway. giving for the benefit of the community and to
Jodi McVey and Jen-
nifer Sparrow, from the
LEAVE A LEGACY FOR THE FUTURE.
Minnedosa Beach En- Deadline October 1, 2019
hancement Committee,
received the cheque at The Minnedosa and District Foundation is currently accepting
both MCU and Husky and applications for grants for the calendar year 2019. The Foundation will
were entirely grateful for entertain applications on an annual basis to be allocated by
the contributions, as they December 31, of the current year.
are getting ever closer to
their goal. With these most A grant application is required along with:
recent donations, they 1. A brief history of the organization and project
have reached their goal, 2. Most recent financial statements
barring any unseen or hid-
den costs. 3. Anticipated budget
“We saw this as a great 4. Purpose of the request
5. Timeline for completing your project
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Darryl a.Holyk - PublisHer anD eDitor

Around A Great Summer – Thank You Volunteers!


By DARRYL HOLYK I hear complaints about something a volunteer has

Town...
done or negativity toward a volunteer-run event.

D riving into work Monday morning it was obvi-


ous that another summer is sadly behind us.
Shorter days, cooler, wet temperatures and leaves
Volunteering is something a person does because
they enjoy doing it in their spare time outside of
their regular busy family life and career. It should be
By Darryl Holyk starting to change colour are all obvious signs that a fun and enjoyable activity with like-minded peo-
we are nearing autumn. Driving by the campground, ple that you can bond and work together with. When
which has been packed full of campers, trailers and the work, project or event is complete, the volunteer
tents all summer, it was a bit sad to see empty lots should be thanked - whether their involvement was
Break In… and had me thinking, “Wow, is summer really over huge or minimal – any minute spent volunteering
Inspire Studio of Fine Art was broken into last weekend already?” Summer is always too short but as I look should be recognized!
between 5 p.m. Saturday and 8 p.m. Sunday. The culprit(s) back – what a fantastic summer Minnedosa had! Al- Sadly, over the years, I have seen numerous vol-
removed the front door lock to enter the premises. Fortu- though our lake joined many others in the province unteers walk away for various reasons. We have lost
nately, once inside, no damage was done and no artwork with some unwelcome algae issues this summer, some amazing, dedicated and hard-working volun-
was stolen – all that was removed was a quantity of cash be- overall, the summer tourist season was great. teers which in some instances, were a direct result
fore exiting through the back. If anyone has any informa- Throughout the summer, locals and visitors of the constant negativity, rudeness and complaints
tion regarding this break-in please contact the Minnedosa alike enjoyed a number of special events and at- they received over a volunteer effort they were in-
RCMP at 204-867-2916. tractions, most of which are organized or run by volved in. That is not right but I can totally sympa-
our dedicated and hard-working community vol- thize with these individuals for walking away feeling
Tourism Awards… unteers. A quick glance through the pages of The
Tribune over the past few months reminds me just
unappreciated.
Certainly, everyone is entitled to their own
Congratulations and good luck to Minnedosa’s two
how fortunate we are to have these volunteers in our opinion and feelings and it is good to voice those
nominees for the Manitoba Tourism Awards; Maddy Grant
community. I want to send a personal thank you to as you may bring a new view or different angle to
in the Aspiring Youth category and Farmhouse 50 which
each of you for the volunteer hours you give to make a project. To voice these to a volunteer, go about
is up for the Innovation award. The winners will be an-
our community a great place to live and provide it the right way. Instead of yelling at them or be-
nounced during the awards gala in Winnipeg on Thursday,
many things for us to enjoy! ing a complete jerk toward them, try simply offer-
September 19th. Criteria for the Inspiring Youth award
Just stop and think for a moment what our com- ing your suggestion or concern as a different view.
focusses on an individual’s passion for tourism, ambition
munity would be like if we had no volunteers. We Most would be happy to hear your suggestion and
for promoting tourism in their region, participates in vari-
would not have Fun Fest and its numerous special take it into consideration for the future. Better yet,
ous activities in the tourism field and is a strong example
events, moto cross races, Rockin’ the Fields, the fair, if you have a concern with something a volunteer or
of the industry’s future. The innovation award is present-
the rodeo, horticultural shows, drama productions, volunteer group is doing, step up yourself and get
ed to a business or organization which has demonstrated
the Heritage Village, Canada Day celebrations, San- involved with that group to help them achieve their
initiative and creativity in developing Manitoba’s tourism
ta Day, Santa parade, sporting events such as tour- goal. Your point of view or ability to offer some of
products and has addressed a need or void in their tourism
naments and bonspiels and the list could go on and your own time and a helping hand would probably
market.
on! Those are just some of the events volunteers are be greatly appreciated by others! The more we work
involved with – there are so many aspects of volun- together for a common goal, the more we can get
Village Visitors…. teerism that benefit our entire community and its
residents on a daily basis that we sometimes take for
done for our community.
The next time you see one of our community
The Minnedosa District Museum and Heritage Village
closed for the season over the Labour Day long weekend. granted. volunteers hard at work – thank them for what they
During the 2019 season, the Heritage Village welcomed a It has always bothered me tremendously when do to remind them that their efforts are appreciated.
number of school tours, senior tours, the local Rec Com-
mission day camp group and a good crowd at its Heritage
Day celebration last month. In addition to these groups,
over 270 names were recorded in the visitor’s guest book.
The majority of these, over 100, were from various locations
in Manitoba including 26 from Brandon, 19 from Winnipeg
Federal Election Campaign Now Underway
and 18 from right here in Minnedosa. Other Canadian lo-
cations recorded in the guest book included 13 from Alber-
ta, 12 from Saskatchewan, seven from Ontario, six from BC
T he day after Manitoba’s General Election, Prime
Minister, Justin Trudeau, asked Governor Gen-
eral, Julie Payette, to dissolve Parliament, launching
Here in the Dauphin-Swan River - Neepawa Riding
there are four registered candidates running to fill the
position currently held by retiring M.P. Robert Sopuck.
and one from Quebec. The furthest away, non-Canadian Canada’s 43rd General Election. Canadian electors will They include Dan Mazier (Conservatives), Katharine
visitors to the museum included people from Minnesota, head to the polls on Monday, October 21st the elect our Storey (Green), Jenni Johnson (Christian Heritage) and
Costa Rica and Australia. country’s next federal government. Frank Godon (People’s Party).

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PC Party Back in Power


Continued from Page 1

Looking back to the Riding Mountain results from Ye O l d


Trib
the 2016 election, Nesbitt had won with 5,311 votes
which means he gained 806 votes in this week’s elec-
tion. The NDP also gained support in our riding this time
around earning 1,360 votes over the 2016 results. This is
most likely a direct result of the NDP securing a local can-
didate in the constituency, as opposed to placing a Win-
nipeg candidate’s name on the ballot for Riding Moun-
tain as they did in 2016. The local Liberals lost support
in Tuesday’s election getting 574 fewer votes in Riding
Mountain than they did in 2016. The Green Party pretty
1889 – The Commercial Hotel over at Neepawa has
just been sold for $4,500. This is the second time this
much held its own in the constituency earning only 56
hotel has been sold this year.
fewer votes from Riding Mountain electors than they did
in the last election.
“I am humbled by the support I received from the 1909 – Utilize your old rags by getting them made
constituents of the Riding Mountain constituency. With into carpet by Mrs. Moline of Minnedosa.
the significant boundary changes, I had many new peo-
ple to meet and towns to become acquainted with, and 1939 – Over 350 students enroll for classes at
enjoyed every minute of it,” stated Nesbitt. “Manitobans Minnedosa schools. For the grade 12 course, a total of
overwhelmingly endorsed the work our government has 21 students registered with Principal, Jas. Crossley.
been doing to fix the finances, repair the services and
rebuild the economy with a new mandate. However, we
know there is much more work to do moving forward. I 1949 – The Minnedosa Ski Club was born Friday
am looking forward to working for the citizens and com- night when a group of ski enthusiasts held a meeting at
munities of Riding Mountain as part of a PC government Stan Dearden’s office.
Photo submitted
led by Premier Brian Pallister.” 
Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister and Riding Voter turnout in Riding Mountain was greater than 1959 – Plans have been finalized for the opening of
Mountain MLA Greg Nesbitt were both re-elected the provincial average. The most recent election saw 58.6 the new Minnedosa Co-operative Kindergarten Octo-
by Manitobans in Tuesday’s election. percent voter turnout in our constituency compared to ber 31st. Mrs. Elsie Jackson will be the teacher for the
55.5 percent three years ago. classes which will be held in the lower hall of the Unit-
ed Church.

Residents Invited To Minnedosa’s 1969 – MCI student, Diane Stephenson, daughter or


Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Stephenson, has been notified that

Manitoba 150 Planning Session she received the highest mark in the province in Grade
Six Cello.

Letters to tivities for children and adults, Souvenirs, Entertain-


ment, Team Leaders and Provincial Grant Application.
Please come with any and all suggestions for events
1979 – The Rapid City Post Office Centennial was cel-
ebrated with an informal ceremony on August 30th. A
letter was presented to Postmistress, Georgina Robin-

the Editor
and activities for this very special community event. son noting the Robinson family’s combined 33 years of
Without involvement from our residents and the var- service to the post office.
ious community organizations, which we are so fortunate
to have, this celebration will be impossible to achieve. 1989 – Town Council has authorized an expenditure
I look forward to seeing everyone at the meeting. of $6,000 to repair the Community Complex roof and
Dear Community Residents, interior wall damage. A complete roof replacement
Sincerely, may be required within eight years. The repairs will be
T he year 2020 will mark 150 years since the Manitoba
Act received royal assent, paving the way for Manito-
ba to become Canada’s fifth province. So, it’s time to start
Tom Dowsett,
Town Councillor
shared one-third for the complex board and two-thirds
for the Town.
planning the Manitoba 150 Celebration for our commu- Town of Minnedosa Manitoba 150 Chair
nity! 1999 – The recent crop of vandals hit Tanner’s Cross-
You are invited to attend the start-up meeting sched- Steering Committee Members: ing Park. Both the engine and caboose were spray
uled for Monday, September 23rd at 6:30 p.m. at 103 Frank Taylor, Town Councillor painted and board ripped from the caboose. Also, the
Main Street South (Civic Centre) upstairs boardroom. Mark Blais, Town Councillor station baggage car was targeted with several broken
Agenda items: Date for celebration, VIP invites, Ac- Cheryl Johnson, Community Resident boards.

2009 – Construction has begun on the installation of


an elevator at St. Mark’s Anglican Church. The project
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Firefighters Retirement Celebration


Continued and families, a number of
from Page 1 representatives from the
Town of Minnedosa were
In addition to his in- in attendance. “Thank you
volvement with many Mike and Ken for your
aspects of the fire depart- years of service and pro-
ment, Morrice is also well tection of the citizens of
known for his involve- Minnedosa,” stated Mayor
ment in the local hockey Pat Skatch, who presented
scene. Current Fire Chief, each retiree with a card of
Dean Jordan, joked that congratulations. “I would
even though he did accept also like to say thank you
Ken’s retirement from the to your families who made
department he declined sacrifices when you’d get
his retirement from their a call in the middle of the
hockey team! night or a family celebra-
During Friday’s cel- tion.” Photo by Darryl Holyk
ebration, which included Fire Chief Jordan read done for retiring members
congratulatory messag-
Members of the current Minnedosa Fire Department pose for one
a delicious meal catered by in the past.
es received from former “We felt it was a good
last group photo with retiring members Morrice and Kowal.
Dorothy and Barrie Brook-
ing, each of the retiring Minnedosa Fire Chief Dal- way to thank Mike and Ken
firefighters were presented las Brykaliuk, the South for their years of service
with a handsome framed
badge which includes their
name, position and years
Central Mutual Aid District
and the Manitoba Associa-
tion of Fire Chiefs.
and dedication to the com-
munity,” stated Fire Chief
Jordan. “They have been
Fuel Good With Heritage Co-op
of service to the Minnedo- While both Deputy valued members of our
sa Fire Department. There Chief Kowal and Firefight- department and will be SUBMITTED together with our mem- wash windshields with us
was also a great deal of sto- er Morrice would have missed.” bers and customers for the throughout the day,” said
ries, reminiscing and com-
radery amongst the mem-
preferred to quietly walk
off into the sunset, the fire
department felt their years
Congratulations
these two dedicated com-
to
I t’s time to fuel good.
When you fill up your
tank at any Heritage Co-
benefit of our community,”
said Lorne Zacharias, Gen-
eral Manager of Heritage
Zacharias. “This is a fun
way to get the community
involved in this worth-
ber of the local fire brigade munity heroes on their
throughout the evening. of service were worthy of a well-deserved retirement op Gas Bar on Fuel Good Co-op. “This is an excit- while cause and generate
In addition to the hon- special celebration, some- from our local fire depart- Day (Tuesday, September ing event that shows how some excitement around
oured retirees, firefighters thing that has not been ment. Job Well Done! 17th), Co-op will donate 10 everyday actions can have the fundraiser.”
cents per litre to local food big impacts.” Last year, Heritage Co-
banks. New to Fuel Good When you head out op raised $14,000 for local
Day this year, Heritage Co- to your local Heritage Co- food banks. Since 2017,
19092DD0 op will make an additional op Gas Bar next Tuesday, Co-op locations across
19092DD1 $1 donation for every Co- you may see familiar faces Western Canada have do-
operative Coffee or Big from around the commu- nated nearly $1.2 million
Cool sold at Gas Bars. nity helping out. “We have to local registered charities
“Fuel Good Day pro- once again invited some and non-profit organiza-
vides the opportunity for of our great community tions as part of Fuel Good
Heritage Co-op to work leaders to the pumps to Day.

A Smoother Walk

Photo by Darryl Holyk

Patrons of the post office at Onanole had to detour around a bright orange
fence to enter the building late last week. A brand new concrete sidewalk,
leading to the front door, has been laid by Gunnarson’s General
Contracting. A welcome addition to the community’s Canada Post facility!
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New Daycare to Relieve Working Parents


By Hillary Miller building. The group’s first hired at a later date. The
fundraiser will take place hope is to have the new fa-

A much-needed new
daycare facility is in
the works for Minnedosa.
on Friday, September 27th.
They have partnered with
Farmhouse 50 and will
cility up and running next
year, which will be contin-
gent on how quickly funds
Eight local parents have host an evening of food, can be raised for the reno-
put their brains together drinks, and entertainment, vations. Renovations to
and are working towards according to board mem- the old medical clinic will
setting up another com- ber Gill Smith. They are be decided upon once of-
munity daycare – some- also in the process of con- ficial plans are drawn up.
thing that is greatly needed tacting both local and na- At this point, plans will be
across Westman as there tional businesses in order shared with the commu-
is a great shortage of day- to request investment into nity – so stay tuned!
care spaces. The com- their project. The centre’s hours will
mittee consists of Gill The decision to start be decided by the director
Smith, Val Smith, Michelle the new daycare came, ac- closer to the inaugural first
Lewis, Nicole Cooper, cording to Smith, because day, but Smith said they
Kathryn Yanchycki, Chad all of the board members are open to hearing the
Yanchycki and Megan are either parents or will needs of the community.
Usick. be parents soon. “The lack “Our aim is to provide
Photo by Hillary Miller
Valley Life Beginnings of childcare in our town a nurturing atmosphere
The former Minnedosa Medical Clinic will be transformed into a new Inc. will be licensed for has affected all of us. I cur- both indoors and out,
community daycare known as Valley life Beginnings. infants and preschoolers rently drive my daughter filled with natural resourc-
a logo for the daycare (inset) has been created by local alike, and are aiming to to Strathclair for daycare, es, hidden treasures, cozy
oversee 32 children. The and another parent drives nooks and endless oppor-
graphic designer, emily MacDonald.
future home of Valley Life to Brookdale. Minnedosa tunities for the children to
Beginnings Inc. will be in is a booming town that is discover, learn and grow,”

Ovarian Cancer Walk For Hope the former medical clinic


building at 129 2nd Av-
enue S.W.
attracting young and grow-
ing families which is fan-
tastic, but the one thing we
Smith noted.
Donations in sup-
port of this new daycare
The preliminary bud- realized it lacks is child- can be made through any
get for the new daycare care spaces for these work- committee member, di-
has been set and currently, ing families,” said Smith, rectly at the Minnedosa
the fundraising goal is ap- “We want to work together Credit Union, or by mail-
proximately $120,000 to to be part of the solution”. ing a cheque to Valley Life
complete the required ren- The centre will be run Beginnings Inc., Box 924,
ovations to the 61-year-old by a director, who will be Minnedosa, MB, R0J 1E0.

Bridge Club Rolling River School Division


Results The first day of classes in
September 5th
Rolling River School Division for the 2019-2020
school year was Friday, September 6, 2019.
1st - June Clarke/
Cliff Lenz A reminder to all motorists to be mindful of the speed limit in
school zones; please watch for our children who walk to school.
2nd - Carol Lonsdale/ A flashing strobe light indicates a bus is near; when meeting or
Lois Phillips following a school bus, the flashing red light requires you to stop.
3rd - Jim Burgess/ Thank you for helping ensure the safety of our children.
Lynne Burgess
Photo submitted
4th - Mel Harvey /
- RRSD Board of Trustees and Administration
By Darryl HOlyK turnout for the walk was far with more donations
well attended,” reports expected to come in. Lo- Will Taylor

M innedosa
Councillor,
Town
Tom
Tom. Joining Tom in the
walk where his wife, Ei-
cally, Tom received gener-
ous pledges totalling close
Dowsett, was one of the
walkers who participated
leen, daughter Charlotte,
other family members and
to $2,700.   “I thank every-
one for their support and
The Minnedosa and District
in the Ovarian Cancer
Walk for Hope at Kildonan
friends.
According to the
I know the money will be
used to help women with
Recreation Commission
Park in Winnipeg on Sun- walk’s website, this year’s this disease,” mentioned
day, September 8th. “The walk has raised $73,869 so Tom.
is accepting nominations for the
weather was fine and the “Dedication to Sport and Recreation Award”
to be presented at the
Minnedosa & District Recreation Annual Sports Dinner, October 19th.
Commission Sports Dinner
grant fall intake deadline is
September 30th at 4:00 p.m. Nomination packages are available at the
For more information call
204-867-2250 or the application form is on our website
Recreation office.
minnedosarecreation.com For more information contact Alexis at the
TUESDAY Rec. Office, 204-867-2250 or
12 NOON 27-2
email minrec@mts.net
(27-2)
8 Friday, September 13, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Matteo Lisoway Takes Bronze at Parapan Am Games


By Hillary Miller This was Lisoway’s turned home on August somewhat challenging
first year on the team, and 31st. While in Lima, Liso- since most people there do

M innedosa’s Matteo
Lisoway has just re-
turned from the Parapan
his first major event, so the
entire experience was very
exciting for him. Matteo
way did not have much
time for sightseeing, but
did manage to go to Mi-
not speak English.
Going forward, Liso-
way hopes to play at the
Am Games in Lima, Peru. only played in three of the raflores, a popular tourist next Parapan Am Games
Lisoway was playing for seven games, but is pleased spot in Lima. in 2023 which will be held
Team Canada in Sitting with the game time he From his time in Lima, in Santiago, Chile.
Volleyball. played. “I was happy with Matteo took away a posi- Matteo has been over-
After five round robin the game time that I got, tive view of the people of whelmed by all of the well-
games and two games in because I wasn’t expect- Peru. He pointed out that wishes and congratula-
the finals, Lisoway and ing to play very much, be- despite living in rough tions he has received since
Team Canada earned the ing the new player on the conditions, they all main- his return from Lima. If
Bronze medal! The team team,” he said. “I’m very tain a happy and positive you see him on the street
played one semi-final happy I had the chance to attitude. He found that or on the job at Blazer’s be
game, followed by the go down there, and still get there was definitely a lan- sure to congratulate this
bronze medal game, which some court time.” guage barrier, which was star athlete!
they won against Colum- Having heard of sit-
bia with a score of 3-0. ting volleyball through
“It was an awesome
experience, I had a great
time down there,” said
his prosthesist, Lisoway
was put in touch with Jeff
Smith, the head coach for
Basswood News
Lisoway, “I’m happy I was the team. Smith was seek-
able to come home with a ing tall players for the team, By Zelda FirBy
medal.” The team’s sched- and Lisoway fit the bill per-
ule had them waking up
early and staying up late
fectly, and the match was
made. After playing with F riday, September 6th marked the first day of school
for 2019 – 2020 school year. Good luck to all the stu-
dents and teachers and to the students who are off to
for games, but they did not a fellow in Brandon first,
Photo submitted let that be an excuse for he earned a spot on Team University or college.
them, and they still per- Canada. Sympathy is extended to Bea Brown and family on
Matteo lisoway (C) in action during the formed tremendously in The team flew to Lima the passing of sister in-law Frances Mary Brown of Win-
Parapan am Games in Peru last month. each of their games. on August 18th and re- nipeg. Frances was the wife of the late James Brown.

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Future Hunters Attend Delta Educational Event


By Hillary Miller lodging and other required day morning, the youth
equipment, including am- hunters got straight to

D uck Hunt is not just


a cool, vintage video
game. The annual Delta
munition, was provided.
Drop off began Satur-
day at 1:30 p.m., at which
hunting which began at
sunrise and continued un-
til about 9 a.m. Following
Waterfowl Youth Hunt point organizers would their hunting excursion,
took place last Saturday examine each youth’s gun the youths learned how to
and Sunday, September to ensure that it was safe clean the birds properly,
7th and 8th at the Delta to use and provided each bag them and have them
Waterfowl Station, south- young hunter with a gift ready to roast.
east of Minnedosa. The lo- bag which included a shirt, Steinhilber hopes the
cal hunt was hosted by the hat and some reading ma- youth hunt will plant the
Minnedosa Canvasback terial to take home. seed for enjoying the out-
chapter of Delta Water- A safety discussion doors, hunter education
fowl. and a hunting ethics talk and conservation in the
With nearly full reg- followed. During this time, minds of the participants.
istration, organizer Ryan organizers also went over Hopefully, the experience
Steinhilber said the spots some of the calls they could will aid them in becoming
usually fill up rather quick- make while out on the future outdoorsmen and
ly, and they can only take hunt and a review of some outdoorswomen. “Some
about 16 youths due to the of the hunting equipment of the kids don’t have a Photo by Hillary Miller
safety aspect. The hunt is such as decoys and blinds. background where parents
open to participants be- The youths were then en- take them hunting, and

Cadurcis News
tween the ages of 10 and 15. couraged to try some skeet they show an interest in
There is no registration fee, shooting to practice with it, so we are helping them
they need only bring a few their gun before actually nurture that, and wetting
supplies such as a shotgun, heading out on the hunt. their appetite for hunting
a knife, sleeping bag, warm After supper, partici- and fishing,” stated Stein-
By Doreen TroTT wa. Our sympathy to all the Trott’s were Bill and
clothes and raingear. Par- pants visited some of the hilber.
family members. Leona Peters of Ottawa,
ticipants must also have a neighbouring farms to It appeared that all
Migratory Game Bird per-
mit and have taken a hunt-
learn about asking permis-
sion to hunt on their land.
were having a great time
at the Delta Waterfowl Sta-
M alcolm and Shirley
Rose attended the
memorial service for the
Church services re-
sumed at Cadurcis on Sun-
day with our faithful Elgin
Denise Weir and Eileen A.
Trott of Brandon also vis-
ited on the weekend.
er’s safety course. All food, Bright and early Sun- tion. Happy Hunting!
late Marj Rose at River- Hall guiding the flock.
bend cemetery in Neepa- Monday visitors with

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Five Generations Newdale News


By Raven’s Glen WI Newdale Raven’s Glen to Dave Simpkin in Shoal local cenotaph before the
WI held its first meeting Lake, at the end of August, service. It was a pleasure

A lways nice to welcome


Rod and Barb Peder-
son of Medicine Hat, AB
following the summer
break on August 29th at
the Drop-In Center. All
was younger sister Judy
Pedersen and Rob Fleury
of Roxton, SK.
to have Dan’s daughter,
attend our service. There
was a lot of pleasant chat-
back to the community as members were in atten- It’s nice to see the ter as we gathered at the
they gear up for this year’s dance. A discussion was farmers getting on the Leisure Inn for coffee fol-
harvest season with Rod’s held on the new format we fields getting this harvest lowing to catch up on ev-
brother Del. They arrived tried last year, where in- underway between rains. eryone’s summer activi-
September 4th as they stead of monthly meetings, More fields have been ties.
definitely had to wait until two members arranged an combined toward Rivers When did you last take
their little granddaughter, event or outing, that we and Brandon. There are your honey to the Bend in
Nicole Hopkins started her invited community mem- more and more flocks of Strathclair for a Saturday
first day of Kindergarten! bers to attend and enjoy, ducks and geese eyeing night movie with popcorn?
Where have those years followed by a social time. those combined fields for On September 14th come
gone as she turns five in All comments from mem- some “wheat treats”. and enjoy A Dogs Journey,
October? But also, where bers were positive, so we Newdale United a sequel to the first movie
did our summer go? Barb will think of trying it again Church resumed services and it was the most won-
joined her sisters for a this season. Coffee time on September 8th with derful, heart-warming sto-
three-day holiday at Elk- followed with cookies from Dan Jardine taking the ry!
horn Resort to catch up the cookie fairy! sermon. It was a beauti-
on all their family happen- Attending the wed- ful sunny morning as he
ings. ding of her sister Gwen played his bagpipes at the
Photo submitted

(L-R): Debbie Burtnick (Great Baba), Naomi


Brunen (Mom), Ella Desiatnyk (Great Great
Oma), Natalie Burtnick (Grandma)
holding Parker. Logan in front.
Rain Halts Harvest
only 8% complete, with
most acres harvested con-
centrated in the southern
Community Newspapers part of the region. Canola
harvest has not yet begun
Have Reach in northern parts of the re-
gion. There is, however, a
The Minnedosa Tribune reaches far beyond the lot of swathing happening,
boundaries of our community. even in pod-shatter toler-
ant varieties due to stagi-
When you advertise with The Tribune ness and harvest timelines
your ad reaches subscribers in these and the risk of frost.
Manitoba communities: Flax fields are matur-
ing without any issues and
Arden MacGregor Russell Photo by Darryl Holyk the soybean crop is mostly
Argyle McCreary Sandy Lake
at R6.5 (seed fill) to R7
Bethany Melita Shoal Lake (Pod and leaf yellowing)
Brandon Minitonas Souris MB aGRIcultuRe vest is 30% complete in
most of the region. Grain stage and tuning quickly.
Brookdale Minnedosa Ste Rose
A few rainy days dur- moisture levels in wheat Some varieties are already
Carberry Morden Starbuck dropping leaves and most
ing the last week and are higher than oats and
Cardale Mountain Steinbach early varieties are beyond
heavy rains on Monday barley making harvest
Carman Road Stonewall myCommunity have halted all harvest operations more diffi- any frost-associated yield
Clanwilliam Neepawa Stoney Neighbours Indeed activities. In small pock- cult. Quality is becoming loss at this point.
Dauphin Newdale Mountain Sunflowers are at R7
Be a Neighbour... ets, there were a few days a concern, with sprouting
Douglas Oak Bank Strathclair And announce in which producers had and mildew forming in stage while corn is at R4 to
Eden Oak River Swan River these special events made some harvest prog- swathed wheat. Yields are R5 stage.
Elphinstone Oakburn Virden to your community ress. Rain amounts are variable for different va- Frequent rains in the
Erickson Olha Winnipeg area are aiding dugout re-
●Birth of Child variable throughout the rieties and management
charge; however, dugouts
Franklin Onanole ●Wedding region. Hamiota, Forrest practices. Most produc-
Gladstone Pilot Mound and Carberry area had the ers are reporting 65 to 70 are still only around 50% of
Did You Know? ●Wedding Anniversaries their normal capacity. Pas-
Great Falls Polonia We also 25th, 40th, 50th, 60th most at 40 to 45 mm. Rus- bushels per acre.
Hamiota Portage la sell, Oakburn, and Virden Barley harvest is 80% tures have perked up a bit,
have a number ●New home residency received 10 mm or less. complete. There have been but the rains have come
High Bluff Prairie of subscribers You may qualify for a Rains are very helpful for some issues with sprout- too late in the season to
Kenton Rapid City across Canada personalized keepsake
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Killarney Reston and the United gift offer compliments
ture for next year’s crops, left in swath and/or fre- on forage regrowth. Most
Lac du Bonnet Rivers States. of local business and of the benefit will come
Lake Audy Rossburn professional sponsors but are making harvest a quent rains and dews. Oats
serious challenge with fre- are 60% harvested. There from improving soil mois-
Minnedosa Pharmacy quent delays and tough to are reports of sprouting ture for over-wintering and
Glenndosa Glass 1990 Ltd. wet grain. Reports of a light and mildew especially in spring growth. Haying is
Minnedosa insurance Services complete with some green
Kim’sQuality Foods frost in most of the region, swathed crop. Harvested
but no crop damage re- oats and barley are mostly feed still to be done. Corn
Integra Tire silaging has not yet begun.
Heritage Co-op ported at this time due to tough at harvest and most
Minnedosa Tribune short duration and intensi- crops still need supple- Some cattle are being sup-
Gateway Motel ty of frost. Producers need mental heat to dry. In most plemented on pasture but
dry and warm weather to cases, yields are average to in general, livestock are
Be part of your Community! resume harvest. above average. still on pastures.
The spring wheat har- The canola harvest is
Contact Tillie Johnson
204-867-3414
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Irritable Bowels, Overweight,
• Approval with
Trouble Dressing...and Hun- full time term position of Deposit Service Representative/Marketing Coordinator. away at the age of 58.
collateral
dreds more. ALL Ages and The Position • Title Loans Born on May 1st, 1961
Medical Conditions Qualify. • No Credit Check in Shilo, Manitoba to Everett
The Deposit Service Representative/Marketing Coordinator position is responsible
CALL MANITOBA BENEFITS • We service ALL of Colby Delmage and Gwendolyn
for delivering a wide array of account, deposit and investment options to new
1-(800)-211-3550 or Send a Manitoba Margaret (nee Dennison).  Dear
and existing Minnedosa Credit Union members. This position entails assessing
Text Message with Your Name brother of Carol and Cameron
member needs, determining the appropriate product or service and delivering Call Dan Devloo
and Mailing Address to 204- Emond, Deborah and Allen Violini
these services at a high level. The candidate will also be responsible for providing (204) 526-7093
808-0035 for your FREE bene- McKeand, James Delmage, Leona and
support in the design, development, implementation and delivery of the overall CAI Financial
fits package. Frank Jimmo, Kenneth and Susan Delmage, Brenda and
credit union marketing and community support program for Minnedosa Credit Unit K - 2151 Portage Ave.
Hip or Knee Winnipeg MB Steve Blanchfield, Gloria and Randy Dunn, Karen and
Union. The successful candidate will demonstrate a passion for business
Replacement? www.caifinancial.ca Leo Bisson, and predeceased brother Barry Neil Delmage.
development and will actively communicate with members to provide expert
Bob successfully completed his diploma from Fisher
Trouble Walking advice and quality service. Heights High School in 1979.  Family and friends will always
or Dressing? Minnedosa Credit Union offers a competitive compensation package that EDUCATION remember Bob”s passion for singing, composing and playing of
The disability tax includes salary, pension, benefits and incentive pay. several instruments.  Music and wit truly grounded Bob through
credit allows for up any obstacle in life. His songs will forever remain in our hearts.
to $50,000 in Tax Re- The Person
A Memorial Service for Bob was held at the Cen-
funds and Benefits • The successful candidate should have high school diploma plus one
tral Chapel of Hulse, Playfair and McGarry, 315 McLeod
COPD, Arthritis, and
to three years job related experience or an equivalent combination or
Street (at O’Connor) on Friday, September 13th, 2019
many other disabling education and experience.
at 11:00 a.m. Reception to follow.  Interment at Spring-
conditions that cause • Demonstrated ability in building relationships, identifying needs and
All students who participate hill Cemetery, where he will be laid to rest with his father.
restrictions in Walk- effectively applying solutions and appropriate financial products is
ing or Dressing may in an organized In remembrance of Bob, donations to the Schizo-
essential; phrenia Society of Ontario and the Ottawa Mis-
qualify. School Ski & Snowboard Trip
• Superior interpersonal abilities and a commitment to service sion Foundation are greatly appreciated. Let’s con-
For Expert Help: to Holiday Mountain in 2020
The Organization tinue to support the invaluable services they offer.
204-453-5372 “Community Owned Community Minded” Minnedosa Credit Union is a successful
are eligible for a
Condolences/Tributes/Donations Hulse, Playfair and Mc-
single branch full–service financial institution with 3500 members and assets of Season Pass Garry. www.hpmcgarry.ca 613-233-1143.
MAUFACTURED $139 million. We have been providing Minnedosa and surrounding communities
HOMES with high quality service and products since 1947. For further details see:
for $20! MARGARET A. ERVEN
www.minnedosacu.mb.ca Proudly teaching kids to ski January 4th, 1914 –
BETTER @ BEST BUY! since 1959. August 20th, 2019
Please forward your cover letter and resume by October 4, 2019 to:
Fall Mobile/Modular Show-
Susan Glasgow, Operations Manager Learn a new sport today!
home Clearance. Don’t Over- On Tuesday, August 20th, 2019,
Minnedosa Credit Union
pay! Canada’s largest in-stock
Box 459 Minnedosa MB R0J 1E0 204.242.2172 Margaret A. Erven passed away
peacefully in Shoal Lake, MB.
inventory. FREE DELIVERY.
Starting @: Cabins $50K, 16’ sglasgow@minnedosacu.mb.ca www. HolidayMountain.com She was born on January
$100K, 20’ $120K. 204-726- Only those candidates under consideration will be contacted. 4th, 1914 in the R.M. of Odanah
3784. www.bestbuyhousing. (27-3) to Richard Allison Storey and
com. AGRICULTURE Florence Lillian Storey (Swain).
She later became a big sister to
NOTICES Rolling River School Division POST FRAME
Allison Hayward Storey. Her
schooling started at Edna School
Rolling River School Division is located in BUILDINGS for grades one to nine and then
Advertisements and southwestern Manitoba, Canada in close proximity to that stand the Minnedosa Collegiate for grades
statements contained herein Riding Mountain National Park and Brandon, Manitoba. test of time. ten to twelve. Then on to Normal School
are the sole responsibility of in Winnipeg to obtain her teachers degree. Margaret taught at
Barns
the persons or entities that Grassy River, West Tupper and then to Grey School in Clanwil-
post the advertisement, and Rollling River School Division invites applications for a Shops
liam where she met Robert James Erven whom she married on
the Manitoba Community LIBRARY CLERK Riding Arenas November 17th, 1945.
Newspaper Association and Elton Collegiate - 3.0hrs/day Machine Sheds Mom’s love of teaching, sewing and volunteering con-
membership do not make For more details and application information, please visit our website at and more tinued late into life. She would help neighbours and friends
any warranty as to the ac- www.rrsd.mb.ca select Employment then Support Positions. with 4-H projects, sewing dresses for special occasions and al-
craig.c@
curacy, completeness, truth- most 100 different quilts she did either by herself or as a group.
integritybuilt.com
fulness or reliability of such Along with sewing she was a very active member of Edna and
advertisements. For greater Thank you to all applicants for their interest in 1-204-596-8620
Clanwilliam W.A.Crocus W.I., Minnedosa U.C.W., and Minne-
information on advertising Rolling River School Division. www. dosa Agricultural Society. Her biggest moment in life (I’ve been
conditions, please consult the Only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. integritybuilt.com
told) was the day her daughter, Heather Florence, came into
Association’s Blanket Adver- her life.

GUESS
tising Conditions on our web- Margaret was predeceased by both her parents Richard
site at www.mcna.com. (1951) and Florence (1948), husband Robert (2009) and broth-
CLASS 1
er Allison (1992).
TRUCK DRIVER
Do you have a PRESS FUEL
RoadDELIVERY
WHAT? She is survived by her daughter Heather Florence Arndt,
Winter
To run Canada - must Haul 2016
DRIVERS
RELEASE / MEDIA ADVISO- have BC experience
Class 1 Drivers
Grandchildren Kimberlee Dawn Harmatiuk (Scott), Krista
required for deliveries
needed in MB, SK
for deliveries
RY that needs to go out? Let & NW ON. in MB & NW Ont.
Skills & qualifications Leigh Griffiths-Merke (Craig) and Richard Lyndon Griffiths
- Paid pick, drops,
us help you with that! Though layovers and stat pay
(800) 665-4302
include Classext.1 251
abstract, min.
with adequate
or 2-years’
e-mail: experience
Ads are read (Kirsti). Great Grandchildren Aliya Griffiths, Marson Harma-
we cannot guarantee publica- - Multi drop runs tiuk, Halle Harmatiuk, Brody Griffiths – Merke. Along with
tion, MCNA will get the infor- - Cell usage
orderdesk@penneroil.ca
long-haul driving, good com-
munication & documentation
by our numerous nieces and nephews.
- Benefi t package
mation into the right hands
for ONLY $35.00 + GST/HST.
- Dedicated truck skills, & ability to perform basic
vehicle repairs. We offer exten-
readers! Many thanks to homecare both in Minnedosa and Shoal
- Sign on bonus
sive paid training, competitive Lake for all that you did for her and Shoal Lake Personal Care

DISAGREE?
We also do Media Monitoring, - Quarterly and annual Home for your great care in the last year of her life.
wage, monthly bonuses, medical,
bonus
if you would like to follow up dental, & long-term disability
- Reset at home benefits, RSP matching, paid stat
and see who picked up the - Weekend home time holidays, & vacation pay.
material. Call MCNA (204) - Paid training Our drivers have assigned trucks, Well, you just
947-1691 for more informa- - Referral program & a mix of day trips & longer read this ad!
tion, or email classified@ Derek (204) 793-7465 overnight trips, with many nights
at home, frequent weekends off,

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& LEASING LTD. & and mostly rural deliveries. We The Minnedosa
mcna.com have many long-term drivers.
Please email a resume & abstract Since 1883

to orderdesk@penneroil.ca or
fax (204)989-4309.
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SANDY LAKE NEWS


CARD OF THANKS
The Osedec family
Barb, Jeff, Pamela, Anna and
Emilia wish to Thank Every- By DIANE BACHEWICH place Mike. Keysdon also of Airdrie, of vacation. She spent time Winnipeg visited with Lil’s
one. We are deeply grateful George and Marion AB, Nathan and friend with brother Garett and his brother John Domaschuk
to everyone who in any way INTENDED FOR LAST Rush and son Brian have Ethan of Regina, SK, Lor- family. She also squeezed while they were holidaying
has helped the Osadec family
WEEK returned to their home rie and George Griffiths in visits with other family at Elkhorn Resort.
with all the tasks these last 18
months of Lawrences illness.
in White Rock, BC after of Kenmay, Melanie and and friends and went out Bruce Shandala of
Your offers of travel to hospi-
tals, appointments, your of-
fers of help, encouragement,
L iz Mandzuk

her two children have re-


and
daughter Dr. Rissa and
spending the past month
holidaying here.
Tim and Dorothy
Ryan Stykals of Edmonton
and their children Jack and
Adele, Melissa and Matt
duck hunting, shooting
pictures of the hunts.
Diane Bachewich has
Mission, BC spent the past
eleven days visiting with
his mom Irene Shandala
phone calls, sympathy, food turned to their home in Maluk attended a family Green of Kenmay and chil- just returned from spend- here at the Personal Care
brought to the house, flowers St. Catherines, ON after reunion on Dorothy’s side dren Nolan and Natalie, ing the past three weeks Home.
and visits to the hospital and spending their holidays of the family at Okotoks, Tanya Nechwediuk and in Winnipeg with sister Get well wishes are ex-
house are all appreciated. To here, Robert is still spend- AB. Trish of Vernon, BC, Dara- Janice Duchominsky who tended to Kevin Kristalo-
family and friends near and
ing the remainder of his Dennis and Darlene ny and Darlene Nechwed- is not in the best of health vich and Debra Robertson
far, you have been the anchor
in helping us through all this.
holidays here. Derhak visited with mom iuk of Sandy Lake. Sophie right now. who are in the Brandon
The community itself have Gary and Doreen Der- Helen Derhak on the Sat- had her 95th birthday in David Korosil has Hospital.
given us much to be grate- hak returned back to their urday of Western Days. March but this was when been transferred to the Pat Mahen (nee Kow-
ful for living in a small town. home in Calgary, AB after Speedy recovery to everyone got together for Shoal Lake Nursing Home. alchuk formerly Yarych)
May everyone be blessed with enjoying the past two and Vicky Richcoon who had the celebration. Ken and Sharon Matthews passed away on Septem-
good intentions. May you a half weeks here and in the misfortune of fractur- Jason and Carissa of Winnipeg spent the ber 3rd at the Brandon
have health to pass forward Winnipeg. ing her hip and was in Vargo and children mo- weekend at her brother’s Regional Health Centre.
all your good intentions. x A large number of Brandon Hospital and now tored back home to Fort summer home visiting Her funeral was held at
family and friends at- back in Minnedosa Hospi- McMurray, AB after spend- family members in the Memories Chapel in Bran-
IN MEMORIAM tended the funeral of tal. ing their holidays here at area. don on September 9th.
Lawrence Osadec here on Congratulations to their cabin and spend- Speedy recovery to Stacy Derhak of Cal-
MAKOWAYCHUK Saturday at the Ukrainian Michael Lewandoski and ing some time with Mom Sadie Rystephanuk who gary and Angela Brook-
In Loving Memory of Catholic Church with in- Nikki Wirth who were mar- and Dad, Pat and Donnie had the misfortune of fall- man of Winnipeg visited
our dear mother,
terment at the parish cem- ried on Saturday with the Bobiak. ing and fracturing her ver- with Baba Helen Derhak
grandmother and
great grandmother etery. marriage and reception tebrae. Daughter Kathy on Saturday. They also
NELLIE Loretta Prosken of On- held at Lorrie and Ollie THIS WEEK and husband Brian Bragg called in on Butch and
who passed away tario has been visiting with Lewandoski’s former farm of Sherwood Park, AB have Joan Derhak in Oakburn
September 11th, 1976 brother Richard Prosken yard. It is now the home of Condolences go out to been out helping out Sadie and glad that Joan is do-
and our dear father, and Nickolas. Mike and Nikki. Jean Huston and family on while she is recuperating. ing well after her surgery.
grandfather and Get well wished going Out for the celebration the passing of husband Bill Doug and Linda Hay- Stacy also visited with her
great grandfather out to Glen Coulson who is of Sophie Nechwediuk’s at the age of 77. A happy hurst enjoyed a visit from Aunt Janice Duchomin-
MIKE in the Saskatoon Hospital. 95th birthday were Ray- hour celebration of Bill’s their son Rob, daughter in- sky and Diane Bachewich
who passed away
His sister, Darlene Porter, mond and Sue Nechwed- life was held on Friday law Samantha and nine- while in Winnipeg.
November 1st, 2006
has spent a couple of days iuk, Bradley and Andrea evening on September 6th month-old granddaughter Welcome to Karen
Just a prayer with him there. Ryland and Kate, Marnie at the Sokol Hall in Bran- Nyah from BC last month. Jawa who has been trans-
from those who love you, The Sandy Lake Per- and Ryan Minkus Owen don. While visiting they enjoyed ferred here to the Personal
Just a memory ever time, sonal Care Home wel- and Chloe all of Winni- Ray and Lucille Le- Western Days and appreci- Care Home from Winni-
In our hearts comes Mike Hnatiuk who peg, Elain and Craig Wille wandoski had their daugh- ated Sandy Lake hospital- peg Tuxedo Villa Nursing
you live forever is now a resident there. of Liberty, SK, Larrin and ter Marla-Rae from Den- ity. Home.
Hope you enjoy your new friend from Airdrie, AB, ver, CO home for a week Tony and Lil Kuz of
Lovingly remembered

n t i n g
by your family.

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INSURANCE PLUMBING SEPTIC SERVICES SERVICES


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16 Friday, September 13, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

School is Now Back in Session


By Hillary Miller ties for the current school for them to succeed.
year are mental health and The RRSD believes

T he wheels on the bus


are going around and
around once again. A new
well-being, cultural pro-
ficiency, literacy and nu-
meracy.
that all students have the
ability to learn and achieve
success; are unique and
school year has begun, In addition to the el- learn in different ways; are
and students are excit- ementary and high schools valued for their individual
edly putting on their new starting up their terms, the gifts, talents and diversity;
school clothes and sharp- Minnedosa Adult Learn- can conduct themselves in
ening their new pencils. ing Centre has also begun an ethical manner and can
The first day of classes in its new school year, and positively influence their
the Rolling River School allows people to work at world. With this belief sys-
Division (RRSD) was Fri- their own pace during tem behind them, students
day, September 6th, and their courses. are sure to have a success-
it was a beautiful, sunny While Val Gawel from ful year ahead.
day for the start of the the Adult Learning Cen- As the school year be-
new term. The 2019-2020 tre, does not yet know how gins, be sure to watch out
school year will include many students will be reg- for those big yellow school
196 regular educational istered in the program, she buses, and remember to
days from now until late is excited to allow students stop when the lights are
June 2020. the opportunity to work at flashing and to slow down
Per the school divi- a schedule that fits their when driving through Photo by Hillary Miller
sion’s website, the priori- lifestyles, making it easier school zones.

*We accept Visa, Master Card & debit card purchases


Sale Dates: *We sell lottery tickets
*We deliver within town limits Monday - Friday at 4:00 p.m
($2 charge - $25 minimum order)
SEPTEMBER 13TH - SEPTEMBER 19TH * 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

GROCERY FROZEN FOODS


Little Debbie Pasteries assorted ..................................... 300-459g ...............$2.49 PC Profiteroles vanilla cream .................................................625g ............. $8.99
PC White Cheddar 2 year old..................................................250g ...............$6.99 D Italiano Garlic Baguette.......................................................284g ............. $2.99
Folgers Classic Roast or K-cup ......920g-12ea ...... $8.99 PC Pizza crust thin/thick ........................................................300g ............. $2.49
CL Leaf Tuna LT water Flake/Chunk .....................................170g ...............$1.89 Delissio pizza assorted ....................530-834g ...... $5.99
Campbell’s Chili or Chunky Soup assorted ........540ml ...... $2.49 Pillsbury Toaster Strudel ........................................................326g ............. $2.49
Cheemo Three cheese perogies .............................................907g ............. $2.49
Scotties Facial Tissue or Sponge Towel Ultra ..........6ea ...... $6.99

MEATS
Sanpellegrino or Perrier sparking water assorted.................... 1lt ...............$1.49
Brunswick Sardines assorted..................................................106g ...............$1.49
Unico Tomatoes Diced or assorted Beans ......................... 796ml ...............$1.59
Classico Pasta Sauce assorted ......... 410-650ml ...... $2.99
Kraft Cheese Parmesan Grated ..............................................250g ...............$6.99
NN Olives Green Spanish Manzanila/Cocktail .................. 375ml ...............$1.99 Striploin beef steak ........................................... $7.99/lb
PC Splendido Olive Oil Extra Virgin .......................................... 1lt ...............$9.99 Boneless cross rib roast ............................................................................ $4.99/lb
Robin Hood Oats assorted ........................................................1kg ...............$2.79 Chicken wing whole fresh ........................................................................ $2.99/lb
Quaker Life original/HC original/Corn Bran Squares.. 375-560g ...............$2.99 Ziggy’s Black forest or Honey ham ......................................................$1.49/100g
Aunt Jemima Pancake Mix or Syrup assorted ..........905g-750ml ...............$2.99 NN bacon .................................................................................500g ............. $5.39
Jif Creamy Peanut Butter...........................................................1kg ...............$4.99 NN cheese or original smoked sausages 900g ...... $7.99
PC Jam Pure strawberry/raspberry ..................................... 500ml ...............$3.49 NN chicken burger or nuggets................................................908g ............. $5.49
Tim Hortons original coffee ....................................................930g .............$16.99 NN Chicken wings assorted ...................................................908g ........... $11.49
Nescafe Coffee Instant Rich Blend .........................................170g ...............$5.49 Swiss Chalet BBQ pork ribs ...................................................600g ........... $11.99
PC Pop assorted .......................................................................... 2lt ...............$1.29 Swiss Chalet beef or chicken pie ...........................................655g ............. $7.99

PRODUCE
Welch’s Concord Grape ......................................................... 1.36lt ...............$2.99
PC Decadent Cookies assorted ...................300g ...... $2.49
Pepperidge Farm Goldfish assorted .............................. 180-200g ...............$2.49
PC Dipped Granola bars assorted .................................. 156-172g ...............$1.99
Crisco Shortening assorted.....................................................454g ...............$2.49
Robin Hood Flour Whole Wheat/All Purpose ......................2.5kg ...............$4.49 Cauliflower or Romaine Hearts ..............3pk ...... $3.49
PC Decadent Chocolate Chips assorted ........................ 226-300g ...............$2.99 FM 3lb Peaches or PC 2lb Mandarins .......................................................... $4.99
D Monte Fruit canned assorted........................................... 398ml ...............$1.99 FM 1.5 Blue Plums ........................................................................................ $3.99
Stagg Chili assorted .................................................................425g ...............$2.79 Bartlett Pears ............................................................................................ $1.99/lb
PC Salsa White Corn Black Bean Mild ................................ 650ml ...............$2.99

LUCKY DOLLAR
ALL PRICES ARE PLUS GST, PST & OTHER LEVIES WHERE APPLICABLE *WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
BC Hamburger Helper assorted ..................................... 206-233g ...............$1.99
BC Instant Potatoes assorted ......................................... 141-215g ...............$1.99
PC Ketchup Squeeze .................................................................. 1lt ...............$2.49
Kraft Dressing assorted ....................................................... 475ml ...............$2.99

F O O D S
PC Xtra Meaty wet dog food assorted ...................................624g ...............$1.49
Danone Activia yogurt ...................................................... 12x100g ...............$5.99
Kraft singles cheese slices or cheez whiz assorted410-450g ... $4.99
Tropicana Tropic juice ......................................................... 1.75lt ...............$3.99 OPEN 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM, 7 DAYS A WEEK • 70 Main Street South, Minnedosa 867-2821
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