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By JENNIFER PAIGE
M
innedosa Town Council released the 2014
town budget at the weekly town council meet-
ing on Tuesday, April 8th. Tis year residents will see
a modest increase to property taxes with three-tenths
of one percent increase.
Te overall increase is three-tenths of one per-
cent. Te biggest impact on the property tax this year
is the assessment on everyones particular piece of
property, explained Chris Yuen, assistant chief ad-
ministrative of cer with the Town of Minnedosa.
Tis year marks a property reassessment year.
Terefore, everyones individual tax increase will
vary depending on the increase in their property as-
sessment.
Propertys that have received a less than 10 per-
cent increase in assessment will see their taxes stay
roughly the same or decrease, whereas properties
that receive a 10 percent or more increase in assess-
ment value of their homes, will receive a greater in-
crease than three-tenth of one percent, added Yuen.
Assessment of all real and personal property in
the province is the responsibility of Assessment Ser-
vices. Property re-assessments have been occurring
every two years.
Tis is the lowest increase in recent memory. It
is lower than the cost of infation, continued Yuen.
Te dif cult part of this years budget is the reas-
sessment, getting residents to understand that even
though the tax increase is low, their property bill
may have gone up. Everyones situation is going to be
unique.
Yuen notes that this year has seen a shift in taxa-
tion, in the sense that the property values in residen-
tial homes has increased by a larger percentage than
property values on commercial properties, result-
ing in more of the tax burden being placed on the
residential home owners compared to commercial
owner because residential properties are growing at
a faster rate of increase than the commercial proper-
ties.
Continued on Page 5
Modest Increase
in Town Budget
Celebrating Local Sport
Photos by Jennifer Paige
Manitoban Olympian, Jon Montgomery spoke to
a crowd of approximately 205 people during the
Minnedosa and District Rec Commissions
Annual Sports Dinner Saturday night.
Trudy Adamson (inset) was honoured with the
2014 Dedication to Sport Award.
See stories inside.
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A
celebration of com-
munity and sport was
held at the Minnedosa
Community Conference
Centre on Saturday, April
5th at the Minnedosa
and District Recreation
Commission 17th annual
Sports Dinner.
Te evening was em-
ceed by former Minnedosa
resident, Greg Mackling,
who now hosts a number
of sport-related shows on
the Winnipeg radio station
680 CJOB.
A delicious meal was
served by Heathers Cater-
ing, after which, numerous
fundraising auctions were
held including an NHL hat
auction which saw Ron
Dietrich auction of 30
NHL hats. Winners of the
various hats will have the
chance to win a jackpot
depending on the teams
turnout this season.
Te event also held a
50/50 draw with a jackpot
of over $900.00 won by the
lucky Laura Lamb, as well
as a silent auction and a
treasure chest draw was
held.
Traditionally, the
Minnedosa and District
Recreation Commission
presented its Dedication
to Sport Award. Tis years
deserving recipient was
Trudy Adamson for her
many years of dedication
to the Special Olympics.
More details on this award
can be found in a proceed-
ing article in this weeks
edition.
Auctioneer-turned-
Canadian gold medalist-
turned TV personality, Jon
Montgomery was the eve-
nings featured key-note
speaker.
Montgomery spoke of
his life experiences, frst of
growing up in small-town
Manitoba in his home
town of Russell. Tis was
where he grew up playing
hockey, and holds a few
distinct memories of play-
ing against the Minnedosa
Bombers.
In his younger years,
Montgomery idolized his
home town hero, Teo
Fleury. Tis was where his
initial dream of becoming
an Olympic champion be-
gan.
Te frst time that my
parents came to Calgary to
visit me, like any 22-year-
old I had absolutely noth-
ing planned. We decided to
take a trip to the Canadian
Olympic Park, where I frst
discovered Skeleton, said
Montgomery. When you
live with your
eyes open,
youre recep-
tive to new
o p p o r t u n i -
ties and that is
when, you fnd
s o me t h i n g
that piques
your interest
and makes you
passionate.
After win-
ning the gold
medal in skel-
eton at the
2010 Vancouver Olym-
pics, Montgomery made a
number of changes to his
sled and training regimen,
which ultimately afected
his stats and he was un-
able to qualify
for the So-
chi Olympics
where he was
hoping to de-
fend his Olym-
pic title.
Te last
four years of
my skeleton
career was ul-
timately the
most dif cult.
I do not have
any regrets.
I was disap-
pointed, sure, but zero re-
grets. I will not let my fail-
ures defne me, and I am
pretty sure that they wont.
I am pretty sure that if any
of you are asked tomorrow
what you did last night, I
am fairly certain that you
wont say that we went and
listened to some loser who
didnt go to Sochi speak.
It is not what I will be re-
membered for, said Mont-
gomery.
Te audience was en-
thralled with the Olympi-
an, touching on a number
of topics from living out-
side of your comfort zone,
his Olympic success, his
recent trails in failing to
qualify for Sochi, to mov-
ing forward and living with
no regrets.
Every seat in the Con-
ference Centre was full,
with 205 people in atten-
dance.
It was a great eve-
ning; we had a really good
turnout. We havent got
our fnal number quite yet
but we are projecting our
profts for the evening will
be well over $6,000.00, all
of which will go back into
community sports and
leisure groups through
our granting program,
explained Jolene Young,
Recreation Director with
Minnedosa and District
Recreation Commission.
Funds raised at the
event will stay in the
Minnedosa, Odanah and
Minto regions and are dis-
persed through the Com-
missions yearly grants in
the spring and fall.
Celebrating Sports in The Community
By DARRYL HOLYK
A
number of local com-
petitors did very well
at this years Royal Mani-
toba Winter Fair.
Delgaty Clydesdales
of Minnedosa, owned by
Brad Delgaty received:
Fourth Place out of seven
entries in the Four Horse
Tandem team,Sixth place
out of six entries in the
Light Draft Team in har-
ness to Wagon, Tenth
place out of eleven en-
tries in Mens Cart, Fourth
place out of six entries in
Six Horse Tandem Team to
Wagon, Fourth place out of
seven entries in Tandem
Team, Seventh place out of
ten entries in Ladies Team
(driven by Tara Delgaty)
and Tenth place out of ten
entries in Manitoba Hydro
Six Horse Hitch Champi-
onship.
Coyote Creek Clydes-
dales, owned by Allan
and Corinne Betteridge of
Minnedosa received: Fifth
place out of eleven en-
tries in Mens Cart, Fourth
place out of fve entries in
Four Horse Tandem Team,
Fourth place out of seven
entries in Light Draft Team
in Harness to Wagon,
Fourth place out of fve
entries in Four Horse Tan-
dem team, Second place
out of seven entries in Tan-
dem team, Fourth place in
Six Horse Tandem Team
to Wagon and Seventh
place out of ten entries in
Manitoba Hydro Six Horse
Hitch Championship.
In Barrel Racing,
Brittany Marshall on her
horse, Steakin Chili Cash,
placed frst in the frst go
with a time of 14.685. Brit-
tany also placed ffth in the
second go with a time of
14.822. Leeza Miller on her
horse, Gator, placed ninth
in the frst go with a time
of 15.395 and earned tenth
place in the second go with
a time of 15.512.
2014 Steer Show Results:
Reserve Champion
Junior Showperson was
Wyatt Inglis of Rapid City.
Wyatt also had the Reserve
Champion Futurity Steer.
He placed fourth with his
steer, Dr. Pepper, weigh-
ing 1,047 pounds in Pros-
pect Steers and placed
second in Futurity Steers.
Inglis placed second in Ju-
nior Klondike Showman-
ship and Fifth in Boys and
Girls market Steers with
an animal weight of 1,105
pounds. Reserve Cham-
pion Senior Showperson
was Laura Horner. Laura
also earned the Cham-
pion Prospect Steer. She
also placed second in Se-
nior Klondike Showman-
ship. Rebecca Curle placed
fourth in Intermediate
Klondike Showmanship
and Catrin Davies of Clan-
william placed seventh
in Senior Klondike Show-
manship.
Royal Manitoba Winter Fair Results

I will not
let my failures
defne me
Jon Montgomery,
Olympic
Gold Medalist
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T
rudy Adamson was
recently honoured for
her lifelong commitment
to the local Special Olym-
pics Manitoba program,
receiving the Minnedosa
and District Recreation
Commissions Dedication
to Sport Award.
Over the years, Adam-
son has devoted count-
less hours to organizing,
coaching, and mentoring,
holding weekly practices
and weekend tournaments
for her Special Olympic
athletes.
T e Dedication to
Sport Award is presented
yearly to a community
member who has enriched
the lives of others through
their outstanding dedica-
tion to sport and develop-
ment.
Lori McNabb and Car-
ol Taylor nominated and
presented Adamson with
the Dedication to Sport
Award at the Recreation
Commissions annual
Sports Dinner on Saturday,
April 5th at the Minnedosa
Community Conference
Centre.
People like Trudy
dont dedicate their lives
and time for public recog-
nition but we are so happy
to be here today to do just
that, said Carol Taylor
when presenting Adamson
with the award on Satur-
day evening. Trudys ded-
ication to the program and
its athletes is what makes
the Special Olympics pro-
gram in Minnedosa what it
is today.
Adamson embod-
ies everything that the
Dedication to Sport Award
stands for, holding a dis-
tinct passion for uplifting
the lives of these special
athletes.
Tis is a truly well-
deserved award for a very
dedicated and commit-
ted volunteer. Trudy is a
true ambassador for Spe-
cial Olympics Manitoba
and her contribution to
the community cannot be
questioned, commented
Simon Mundey, president
and CEO of Special Olym-
pics Manitoba.
Adamson began her
involvement with the Spe-
cial Olympics in 1984 in
Winnipeg when she saw an
ad seeking volunteers and
thought she would give it a
try.
I never even thought
that this was an award that
I would ever be given. It
wasnt even on my radar.
I was completely shocked
and honored. A very big
thank-you to Lori and
Carol for thinking of me for
this nomination, said Ad-
amson.
Over the past twenty
some years, Adamson has
engaged in immeasurable
self ess acts of generosity
and has been recognized
on several diferent occa-
sions.
In 2011 she was made the
honourary parade marshal
at the annual Minnedosa
Fun Fest Parade and was
also recognized by the
Royal Bank of Canada, re-
ceiving the regional presi-
dents community leader-
ship award.
She was named the Fe-
male Coach of the Year by
Manitoba Special Olym-
pics both in 1990 and 2010.
Several of the competitors
that Adamson coaches on
the Minnedosa Centuri-
ons 5-pin bowling team
have advanced to National
completions. Two of her
athletes competed in the
2006 National Summer
Games, an event to which
Adamson was highly in-
volved.
In July of this year, Ad-
amson and her group of
athletes will be heading to
Vancouver to participate
in the National Summer
Games.
Last summer, Adam-
son initiated a Special
Olympics golf program in
Minnedosa so that her lo-
cal athletes would not have
to travel to Shilo to partici-
pate.
Trudy was instru-
mental in holding the Spe-
cial Olympics frst-ever
single stroke ultimate shot
tournament last August.
She gives of her time and
energyunasked and has
an amazing ability to mo-
tivate and encourage these
special athletes, added
Taylor. Not many of us
can say that we have vol-
unteered with the same
organization for more than
20 years.
Adamsons commu-
nity involvement spans
beyond the borders of the
Special Olympics program
as she has also served as
secretary at the Minnedo-
sa Country Club and Golf
Course, was president of
the ladies golf club and
held the position of f-
nance stewardship person
at the United Church.
T is bowling pro-
gram gives these athletes
something to come out for,
something to look forward
to and builds up their self
confdence. I like to think
that they are getting a bet-
ter quality of life by being
involved. Tey are able to
go places and see things,
explained Adamson.
Tey have been all
over the place and those
are experiences that they
will never get elsewhere.
Being a part of that and
seeing them achieve goals
is a very special thing. I
love my athletes, I can
have the worst day in his-
tory and they will cheer me
up. For me, spending time
with them is the biggest re-
ward.
Adamson Honoured for Lifelong Dedication
Photo by Jennifer Paige
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Ye OldTrib
2004 Ericksons Ashly Larson has been honoured
with the RBC Financial Group Local hero Award and
named this years YWCA Young Woman of Distinction
for her many volunteer eforts in relation to the BSE cri-
sis.
1994 Te Minnedosa Senior Bombers are back. Over
20 people showed up at an organizational meeting to
discuss the teams future. Te Bombers have operated for
the past 22 years but were forced to fold one month into
this past season. An application has been made for the
Bombers to enter the North Central Hockey League.
1984 Elkhorn Resort at Clear Lake will be competing
for convention business when the $1.6 million expan-
sion of the facility is completed next spring. Te Resort
will then have dining and convention facilities for 200
people.
1974 A letter from Rolling River School Division in-
formed Town Council that the school board would not
participate in setting up a public library in one of the
Minnedosa schools. Te Town had requested space in
school premises to establish a regional library.
1964 - A parking problem exsists at the site of Minn-
toba Industries. Approximately 70 employees are now
working at the plant. Te problem is being investigated
to fnd a solution.
1944 - George and Victor Pollon of the Clanwilliam
district as well as William Cameron of the Moore Park
area started sowing wheat on April 11th, the earliest date
in many years!
1934 - A few golf entusiasts are already out playing.,
Te only thing the course needs, they comment, is a lev-
elling of the greens.
1924 - A large picture of the Canadian Pacifc Steam-
ship, the Minnedosa, now graces the council chamber at
the Town Of ce. Te picture was presented to Te Town
by the C.P.R.
By RICHARD DAVIES
I
ntroduced in the latest session of Canadas Parlia-
ment, Bill C-23, brings worrisome changes to the
election act unlike any made by previous governments.
Stephen Harpers Conservatives threaten the future of
Canadian elections through the many provisions intro-
duced in the Fair Elections Act.
What should otherwise be known as Canadas
Unfair Elections Act, this is a bill that has been la-
belled a threat to democracy by the current and former
chief electoral of cer, many provincial elections of -
cials, the countrys previous auditor general, as well as
by numerous academic experts and newspaper outlets
all across the country.
Te Conservative majority we have endured since
2011 imagine that by removing vouching, it will prevent
voter fraud. Minister of State for Democratic Reform
Pierre Poilievre has famously defended this, going so
far as to twist a report by the former chief electoral of-
fcer of British Columbia Harry Neufeld, who has said
the government should either amend or pull the bill.
In the 2011 federal election, roughly 120,000 voters
were vouched for. Although most Canadians are able to
prove their address with a drivers licence, it is not pos-
sible for everyone, especially seniors, aboriginals, and
young people.
As well as taking away the power of the elector-
ate, Elections Canada will lose some of its investigative
powers. Te Elections Commissioner will not be able
to compel witness testimony, which was crucial dur-
ing the investigation of the robocalls following the 2011
election. On CBCs Te House on April 5th, Poilievre
said about Canadas current Elections Commissioner
Marc Mayrand that He wants to have this control and
this power for himself. We dont think its appropriate
for him to be in charge of the investigator. Tis comes
from the member of a government that tried to hurdle
the robocall investigation, crying foul whenever Cana-
dians challenged the results of the 2011 election due to
such activities.
One of the most troubling implementations in Bill
C-23 is the partisanship that would enter voting poll
locations on Election Day. Section 44 will take away
Elections Canadas ability to appoint central poll su-
pervisors. Instead, Harpers Conservatives would re-
quire that Elections Canada appoint poll supervisors
from a list of names provided by the candidate or party
that came frst in the previous election. Tis favours in-
cumbents and their parties, creating a troubling unfair
advantage when Canadians exercise their democratic
freedom.
Elections are held for all Canadians to participate
in choosing our government, and for Canadians to
maintain their faith in the democratic process, Bill C-23
must reach a consensus among each member of the
House of Commons and not just among the governing
Conservative Party of Canada.
I would invite you in joining me by writing to our
Member of Parliament Robert Sopuck, the Minister
of Democratic Reform Pierre Poilievre, as well as the
Prime Minister, to denounce Bill C-23, Canadas truly
Unfair Elections Act, and request that it either be
amended or scrapped altogether.
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Another important
thing to make note of is
the one percent PST in-
crease. Tis is charged on
everything and we have
to somehow budget that
money into the expendi-
tures.
A few alterations have
been made to this years
budget including an in-
crease in the expenditures
for road work and patch-
ing, which stems from the
increase in cost of materi-
als and labor. Last year the
town allotted $156,000 for
road maintenance, which
has been increased to
$200,000 for 2014.
Some f gures in this
years budget will be no-
ticed in certain areas due
to a change in the Towns
accounting software,
where previous expenses
have been lumped togeth-
er are now broken down
in to appropriate compo-
nents to better align with
the Towns monthly fnan-
cial statements.
We have a new ac-
counting system and this
is the f rst time we have
new software in 20 years,
so there are some adjust-
ments made to accommo-
date that. Tis is a meth-
odology change more than
anything, explained Yuen.
Town Council faced
another challenge in deal-
ing with the long, treach-
erous winter that saw an
increased demand in snow
clearing. Adjustments
have been made to refect
the need for this year rais-
ing the allotted expendi-
ture from $4,000 in 2013 to
$10,000 in 2014.
As well, according to
Yuen,some of the Towns
user groups have asked for
more funding.
We are seeing in-
creases in every single
area. It has been hard to
manage the budget and
keep the increase as low as
possible while still provid-
ing for these groups.
It should also be noted
that the Town has made
signif cant progress in
lowering and maintaining
debt.
We have been very
prudent in our spending
and as a result the town
only has two debentures
left. We are fnally at a point
where we have paid of the
majority of our debt and
have certainly come a long
ways. Tis will be a positive
thing moving forward as in
order to take on any new
projects or new loans we
need to keep our debt low
in order to fnance these
projects, continued Yuen.
For 2014, the Town of
Minnedosa has two de-
bentures on the books,
a loan of $27,441.63 that
was used for the purpose
of lake dredging and will
mature this year. As well
as a loan of $1,729,558.20
that was utilized for the
purpose of upgrading the
water plant for the arrival
of the Husky Energy plant,
which will mature in 2025.
Every year the bud-
get is a challenge. You are
trying to meet the needs
of the community in the
most cost ef cient man-
ner. A lot of creating the
budget comes from pro-
fessional judgment. I have
been in this f eld for 22
years. I see every bill that
has come across my desk for
22 years, said Yuen. I have
done this budget for close to
twenty years. You get an idea
of where your expenditures
are and where they will be at
the end of the year.
Capital projects noted
in this years budget in-
cluded the purchase of a
new fre truck, upgrades to
the Minnedosa Community
Conference Centre, which
will include outside lighting
and new counter tops, the
Towns Public Works shop,
cost associated with moving
the rodeo grounds, purchase
of bleachers for the MREC
site, acquiring Jack Harper to
consult on the MREC proj-
ect, the Ag Barn as well as the
paving of 1st Street N.W. and
1st Street S.W.
Council has allotted
$1,112,698.00 towards capital
expenditures for 2014. Watch
for next weeks Tribune for an
in-depth look into the Towns
2014 Capital projects.
Te Town Budget is
available for the public at
the Town Of ce and a pub-
lic hearing has been sched-
uled for April 22nd at the
Minnedosa Civic Centre.
























If anyone has any
questions about the bud-
get they can call us up at
any time. We welcome
anyone that has any ques-
tions. Tere is a public hear-
ing for the budget on April
22nd but we would certainly
encourage residents to call in
or email their questions prior
to that day, so that we are
able to do our research
and be prepared with an
effective answer, added
Yuen.
By JENNIFER PAIGE
M
innedosa-born gymnast, Isabella Onyshko, re-
turned to Canadian soil last week with some brag-
ging rights in tow.
Onyshko claimed a bronze medal f nish in the senior
womens foor event at the seventh annual World Cup
Challenge in Doha, Qatar that was held on March 26th to
28th.
In the f nal foor routine, Onyshko earned a score
of 13.725. She reached the fnal foor event after placing
fourth in the qualifying round with a score of 13.900.
Romanias Larisa Lorache, who was the 2013 world
championship bronze medalist in the foor event, cap-
tured the gold medal with a score of 14.425.
Onyshko placed 11th in the uneven bars qualifying
event with a score of 11.550 and 20th in the beam qualify-
ing event with the score of 11.350.
Onyshko was the lone Canadian competing in the
event, which saw world-class athletes from around the
world come together to compete.
Onyshko Earns Bronze
Town Budget Increases Three-tenths of One Percent

We are seeing increases in every


single area. It has been hard to
manage the budget and keep the
increase as low as possible while
still providing for these groups,
Chris Yuen,
ACAO Town of Minnedosa
The Town oI Minnedosa will be accepting proposals
Ior the removal oI trees and surIace vegetation on Town
owned property located north oI the Poplar Park Trailer
Court and west oI 4th Street S.W.
InIormation Packages can be obtained at the Town oI
Minnedosa Civic OIfce, 103 Main St. South, Phone 204
867 2727 or email minnedosaminnedosa.com
The Town of Minnedosa

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS


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6 Te Minnedosa Tribune Friday, April 11, 2014
Minnedosa Golf &
Country Club
Annual General Meeting
Tuesday, April 15th, 2014
7:00 p.m.
Minnedosa Golf & Country Club
All members are encouraged to attend!

RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF SASKATCHEWAN


PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the Rural Municipality oI
Saskatchewan intends to conduct the Iollowing Pesticide Control
Programs during the year 2014
To control noxious weeds, with particular attention to leaIy spurge,
on road allowances, in ditches and ravines within the Municipality.
The projected dates oI application will be Irom May 15, 2014 to
October 15, 2014. The pesticides to be used include:
2-4-D Amine, Banvel, Garlon, Tordon 22-K,
Amino Cyclopyrachlor and Roundup.
To control the Iollowing insect pests including grasshoppers and
mosquitoes along road allowances within the Rural Municipality
oI Saskatchewan iI deemed necessary. The proposed dates oI
application Ior these programs will be Irom May 15, 2014 to
October 15, 2014. The insecticides to be used include:
Malathion, Eco Bran, Vectobac and Decis
and Roundup.
Any person may within 15 days oI this publication, send written
submissions to the department below regarding the control program
or register with the department their written objection to the use oI
pesticide next to their property.
Manitoba Conservation and Water Stewardship
Pesticide and Hazardous Waste Section
Suite 160, 123 Main Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba
R3C 1A5
1.
2.
MCU Board President, Beth McNabb (L)
and General Manager, Brad Ross(R).
Photo by Jennifer Paige
MCU Boasts Positive Growth
By JENNIFER PAIGE
T
he Minnedosa Credit
Union members gath-
ered at the United Church
on the evening of April 8 for
the 67th Annual General
Meeting.
Beth McNabb wel-
comed attendees highlight-
ing a number of positive
happenings in 2013.
On the behalf of the
Minnedosa Credit Union
Board of Directors, it is my
pleasure to present my re-
port for our 67th annual
General Meeting. 2013 re-
alized a positive growth
ending with assets of just
over $112.4 million, said
McNabb.
For 2013, loans were
just under $64 million with
deposits of $102 million.
Equity stood at $9.6 mil-
lion, representing 8.57% of
assets, thereby exceeding
the required 5%.
Locally, the Credit
Union was proud to host
the Annual General Meet-
ing, Patronage Refund Day
including the traditional
beef on a bun and Credit
Union Day celebrated by
folks having a cofee on
the Credit Union at various
locations throughout our
community, continued
McNabb.
Te Credit Union high-
lighted the various dona-
tions and sponsorships
that were made in 2013.
We continue to be an ac-
tive participant in the com-
munity not only through
our fnancial contribution
but also by encouraging
our staf to be involved in
the community, said Brad
Ross, General Manager of
Minnedosa Credit Union.
Groups that benef ted
from the donations of the
Credit Union included
Rapid City Community
Complex, Minnedosa Hor-
ticultural Society, Skate
the Lake, Minnedosa High
School Athletics, Little
Valley Jamboree, Waves
of Hope, Rivers Edge Rec-
reation Park, Rockin the
Fields and many, many
more.
Community involve-
ment continues to be a huge
priority to MCU. We remain
committed to MREC and
various other community
projects, added McNabb.
Over the course of the
year, eleven monthly meet-
ings were held with an
overall attendance ratio of
85%.
Over the past year we
introduced mobile banking
for smart phones and two
new mortgage products
variable rate closed and
split to ft, for added mem-
ber f exibility and conve-
nience, explained Ross.
In 2014 MCU will be
implementing digital sig-
nage in the of ce, e-trans-
fer options as well as new
easy switch packages that
allows individuals to switch
all of their fnancial ac-
counts to the Credit Union
seamlessly.
Ed Bilcowski was rec-
ognized with a service rec-
ognition award for serving
for 29 years as a director on
the Unions board. As well,
Elisha McLean and Joanne
Clarke received service rec-
ognition awards to mark
their fve years of commit-
ment with MCU.
In 2013 the Credit
Union paid out $360,000 in
patronage refunds, bring-
ing the total patronage paid
to members to over $5.7
million.
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B
owlers of the week are Ken Gill 197,207 (+146T)
Other good games: Rosemary Hamilton 227; Vivian
Cullen 208,198; Shirley Mickoski 213,219; Jim Clark 171;
Dorothy Lawrence 149; Ruby Longstaf 104,101; Caroline
Mansell 227,212; Robert Hendry 224; Hazel Stonehouse
169; Bev Chapski 188; Clay Searle 184; Gladys Murray
189; Garry Macdowall 174
Second Half winners : Rosemarys Babys 132 followed
by Fabulous Five 130, Minnedosa Oldies 108.5; Ups and
Downs 96; Wanna Bees 82; Happy Gang 81.5
Overall winners: Fabulous Five. Good luck in the
playofs next week!
Golden Agers Bowling Results
By ZELDA FIRBY
W
elcome back to folks
from the area who
have enjoyed a winter
vacation to a warmer cli-
mate.
Hope students and
teachers enjoyed the
spring break.
Deepest sympathy
to Muriel on the passing
of husband, father and
grandfather Cliff Mc-
Manus at the Minnedosa
Care Home on April 1st.
Andy and Stacie
Cardy, Cassandra and
Brett enjoyed the spring
break in Phoenix, Las Ve-
gas and other points of in-
terest in the U.S.
Tim and Tracy King-
don enjoyed the spring
break in Mexico.
Ian and Kim Parish
and family and friends
have returned home from
a 10 day holiday in Jamai-
ca.
A good crowd en-
joyed the Cadurcis roast
beef supper which was
held at the Basswood Hall
on Sunday.
Abe Simms of Bran-
don spent the spring
break with the Mark Fir-
bys. Mark and Sylvia Firby
and family spent a couple
of days in Winnipeg dur-
ing the break.
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PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to Subsection
162(2) oI The Municipal Act that the Council oI the Town
oI Minnedosa intends to present its Financial Plan Ior
the year 2014 at a public hearing to be held in the Town
Council Chambers located in the Minnedosa Civic Centre,
103 Main Street South on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at 5:30 p.m.
Council will hear any person who wishes to make a
representation, ask questions, or register an objection to the
Financial Plan, as provided.
Copies oI the Financial Plan are available Ior review and
may be examined by any person during regular oIfce
hours oI the Town OIfce located as noted above in
the Minnedosa Civic Centre at 103 Main Street South,
Minnedosa.
Dated this 25th day oI March, A.D., 2014
Ken G. Jenkins
ChieI Administrative OIfcer
The Town oI Minnedosa

PUBLIC NOTICE
Regarding the
2014 Financial Plan
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SUBMITTED
S
outh Parkland Area
4-H Council held
the Zone One Commu-
nications Competition
in Neepawa on Sunday,
March 2nd. Tere were 38
members participating in
this event who were given
4-H tokens provided by
South Parkland Area 4-H
Council.
First place in each
category was awarded a
bright green embroidered
bath towel provided by
our various sponsors. Te
results of the Zone One
public speaking competi-
tion were as follows:
Cloverbud Public
Speaking: sponsored by
Minnedosa Pharmacy,
Justin McKee Rapid
City Rodeo; second Car-
son Baker Neepawa
Beef; third Trent Tomon-
iko Neepawa Belles,
Beaux and Builders.
Cloverbud One
Person Visual: spon-
sored by Four Seasons
Repair, Claire Beau-
mont Neepawa Beef.
Junior Public
Speaking: sponsored
by KAP, Claire Tomon-
iko - Neepawa Belles,
Beaux and Builders; sec-
ond Torynn Dmytriw
Minnedosa Multi Pur-
pose; third Tess Murray
- Neepawa Silver Spurs.
Junior One Person
Visual: sponsored by
FCC, Broddi Bjarnarson
Neepawa Beef; second
Jenna Beaumont Neepa-
wa Silver Spurs; third Cora
Baker Neepawa Beef.
Junior Two Person
Visual: sponsored by
Minnedosa Credit Union,
Abigail Plett and Richelle
Forgue Neepawa Belles,
Beaux and Builders.
Intermediate Pub-
lic Speaking: spon-
sored by KAP, Dylan Os-
hanyk Neepawa Beef;
second Linnae Topham
Minnedosa Multi Pur-
pose; third Milah Mik-
kelsen Rapid City Rodeo.
Intermediate One
Person Visual: spon-
sored by Four Seasons
Repair, Leland Bram-
ley Minnedosa Multi
Purpose; second Emily
Pearson Erickson 4-H.
Intermediate Two
Person Visual: sponsored
by Heritage Co-op, Daisy
McKee and Lauren McKee
Rapid City Rodeo; sec-
ond Delanie Newsome
and Mallory Antonik-
Taylor Neepawa Belles,
Beaux and Builders.
Senior Public Speak-
ing: sponsored by Fen-
wicks Ltd. and Behlen
Industries, included
the presentation of the
Fenwicks Trophy and
scholarship, Kelsey Ellis
Neepawa Silver Spurs.
Adult Public Speak-
ing: sponsored by Sims
and Co. Law Of ce, Char-
lee McLaughlin-Ventnor
Rapid City Rodeo.
Tese members were
invited to give their pre-
sentations at the South
Parkland Area Com-
munications Compe-
tition in Hamiota on
Friday, March 28th.
South Parkland Area
stretches from Neepawa
all the way west to Russell.
Tere were 36 members
participating in this event;
frst and second place in
each category were award-
ed an embroidered 4-H
luggage bag sponsored by
South Parkland Area 4-H
Council, and frst place in
each category (except Clo-
verbuds) will be given the
opportunity to present at
the provincial level. Te
results of the Area pub-
lic speaking competition
were as follows:
Cloverbud Public
Speaking: Paige Swain
Riding Mountain Wran-
glers; second Justin McK-
ee Rapid City Rodeo.
Cloverbud One Per-
son Visual: Claire Beau-
mont Neepawa Beef;
second Rheanna Melnyk
Rossburn Handiworkers.
Junior Public Speak-
ing: Claire Tomoniko -
Neepawa Belles, Beaux
and Builders; second To-
rynn Dmytriw Minnedo-
sa Multi Purpose.
Junior One Person
Visual: Broddi Bjarnar-
son Neepawa Beef;
second Jenna Beaumont
Neepawa Silver Spurs.
Junior Two Per-
son Visual: Abigail Plett
and Richelle Forgue
Neepawa Belles,
Beaux and Builders.
Intermediate Pub-
lic Speaking: Dylan Os-
hanyk Neepawa Beef;
second Marika Dewar-
Norosky Newdale 4-H.
Intermediate One
Person Visual: Leland
Bramley Minnedosa
Multi Purpose; second Em-
ily Pearson Erickson 4-H.
Intermediate Two
Person Visual: Daisy
McKee and Lauren McKee
Rapid City Rodeo; sec-
ond Delanie Newsome
and Mallory Antonik-
Taylor Neepawa Belles,
Beaux and Builders.
Senior Public Speak-
ing: Brooke Tolton Ken-
ton Kraftsmen; second
Shannon Jackson Prairie
Pride Riders.
Congratulations to
all the members for their
participation in commu-
nications, and good luck
to those who will repre-
sent South Parkland at the
Provincial 4-H Communi-
cations Extravaganza to be
held in Winnipeg in April.
South Parkland 4-H Communications Day
Back Row (L-R): Daisy McKee, Lauren McKee, Delanie Newsome, Mallory
Antonik-Taylor, Dylan Oshanyk, Marika Dewar-Norosky, Brooke Tolton,
Shannon Jackson, Emily Pearson, Leland Bramley
Front Row: Justin McKee, Paige Swain, Claire Tomoniko,
Jenna Beaumont, Torynn Dmytriw, Abigail Plett, Claire Beaumont,
Richelle Forgue, Rheanna Melnyk and Broddi Bjarnarson.
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O
nce again we extend
our sympathy. Tis
time our condolences go
to the McManus family on
the passing of Cliford Mc-
Manus on April 1st. Mu-
riel and family are in our
hearts and prayers at this
loss of husband, father,
grandfather and great
grandfather. Clif was a
veteran of World War II
who served overseas. His
memories, stories and
personal experiences
were like a library which
has now left us. He will be
missed.
Te Cadurcis spring
supper, which was held
at Basswood on April 6th
was a great success.
Visitors last week with
Malcolm and Shirley Rose
were Mike, Maria, Rose-
mary and Jasper Lea of
Winnipeg and Barry and
June Humphreys of Clan-
william.
Hunter Greer has
been spending some time
with his grandparents, Jim
and Nancy Greer.
Ken and Irene Phil-
lips of Brandon visited on
Sunday with Jim and Nan-
cy Greer.
Glen and Loreen Jack-
son attended the baptism
of Clayton Jackson at St
Dominics Roman Catho-
lic Church of Neepawa.
On Saturday Clayton
and Margaret Wareham
attended the 60th birth-
day party for Murray Abel.
Congratulations Murray!
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RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF HARRISON
PUBLIC NOTICE
REGARDING THE 2014 FINANCIAL PLAN
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to subsection 162(2)
oI The Municipal Act that the Council oI the Rural Municipality
oI Harrison intends to present its Financial Plan Ior the fscal year
2014 at a public hearing in the Municipal Council Chambers in
the Village of Newdale on Tuesday, the 22nd day oI April, 2014
at 9:00 a.m.
Council will hear any person who wishes to make a representation,
ask questions, or register an objection to the Financial Plan as
provided.
Copies oI the Financial Plan will be available Ior review and may
be examined by any person during regular hours oI the Municipal
OIfce at 108 Main Street, Newdale, MB on and aIter April 21st,
2014.
Dated this 31st day of March, 2014.
Donna Memryk, CMMA
Chief Administrative Ofcer
R.M. of Harrison

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By RAVENS GLEN WI
B
ruce and Shirley Ware-
ham enjoyed a weeks
holiday with Rhonda and
Mike McNaught and fam-
ily in BC, from March 22-
29. Tey had some won-
derful play-time with the
almost two-year old twin
boys, who are very active!
Te North/South
whist playofs were held in
Minnedosa last Tuesday,
April 1st. Shirley Peder-
son and Eileen Bradley
came in 7th and Marga-
ret Ann Howard and Eva
Merry came in 17th. Tey
enjoyed a delicious lunch
and good fellowship. On
Tursday, April 3rd eight
members of the Early Birds
travelled by Handi-van to
Deloraine for the North/
South Cribbage playofs.
Eileen Bradley and Shir-
ley Pederson placed 3rd
and the rest are blaming
the cards! Lots of fun and
good visiting.
We send sincere sym-
pathy to Leonard and Es-
ther Ellchuk and family,
Elizabeth, Isaac and Ian of
Winnipeg on the passing
of their mother and grand-
mother, Sophie Ellchuk on
March 31st. Te funeral
was held from the Newdale
Ukranian Catholic Church
on April 4th. Sophie was
born and raised in New-
dale and after her mar-
riage to Steve Ellchuk they
farmed east of Newdale un-
til 1975. Upon retirement
from the farm to town,
Sophie became a Health
Care Aid at the Minnedosa
Personal Care Home and
worked there for over eigh-
teen years. She is also sur-
vived by two sisters, Jennie
Coulson of Dauphin and
her family and Rosie and
Steve Chimick and fam-
ily. She was predeceased
by her parents, Steve and
Anna Hawreyluk, husband
Steve, son Steven, daugh-
ter Susan (at birth), broth-
er Nick and sister Mary.
More and more of our
spring birds are showing
up, a robin was sighted in
town on Sunday and sev-
eral bald eagles have been
seen. Now if the weather
will get busy with a big
thaw well all be happier!
T e United Church
observed their Agape Meal
(communion) on April 6th,
led by Wendy Rose, as-
sisted by Hilda Davies and
Marguerite Wareham Tis
is the service where bread
and wine are shared, but
performed by a congrega-
tion member when a Min-
ister is not available. Te
combined Good Friday
service will be held in Car-
dale this year.
Several from Town en-
joyed the spring beef sup-
per served by the Cadurcis
United Church at the Bass-
wood Hall last Sunday.
Everyone was ready for an
outing!
NEWDALE NEWS
By DIANE BACHEWICH
L
illian Spaller has re-
turned home af-
ter spending the winter
months with daughter
Linda and family in Le-
thbridge, Alberta, also a
month with daughter Ju-
dith and family in Niver-
ville, Manitoba.
A number of folks took
in the Royal Manitoba
Winter Fair in Brandon.
Ollie Lewandoski and
Diane Bachewich attend-
ed the South/North Re-
gional Westman Crib fnals
held in Deloraine coming
home with frst place win-
nings. Tey played against
teams from Reston, Oak-
lake, Deloraine and Elk-
horn. Tere were Newdale
and Shoal Lake teams par-
ticipating from the North.
A team from Newdale re-
ceived third place.
Lesia Drul and boys of
Winnipeg spent a few days
with dad and mom Robert
and Linda Lewandoski.
Harold Prosken spent
the weekend with Olga
Prosken and attended the
90th birthday tea party for
Helen Durhak on Satur-
day.
Sympathy to Orest
Shindruk and family on
the passing of his brother-
in-law Johnny Kostiuk in
Winnipeg.
Lawrence and Barb
Osadec returned home
from visiting son Jef, Pa-
mela and little Anna in
Calgary recently.
SANDY LAKE NEWS
I am interested in providing Palliative
Care. I have 30 years experience and
have taken the Palliative Care course.
For more information, call Elaine at:
{204} 761-2938
or {204} 761-2984
(5-1/M-TFN)
Jay-Bee Tours
Spirit Lake Casino
April 27th - April 29th, 2014
$139.00 p/p (d/o)
Pick up Minnedosa
Shopping
Call Frank at
1-877-542-4923
Skydancer Casino
May 25th - May 27th, 2014
$130.00 p/p (d/o)
Pick up Minnedosa
Shopping
Call Frank at
1-877-542-4923
Dear Reena,
How do I keep white
bras and other white linge-
rie from looking dingy after
washing them numerous
times? Angie
Dear Angie,
Te biggest no, no is
putting delicate fabrics in
the dryer! Doing this mis-
shapes textiles and ru-
ins color. Here are some
simple tips that will keep
undergarments looking
new. For cotton delicates
that you want to wash in
the machine, purchase a
mesh zippered, washing
bag. Close clasps and Vel-
cro and wash garments us-
ing cold water. Washable
silk and other fne fabrics
require hand washing.
Pour 1 tsp. baby shampoo
or detergent for delicate
clothing into a bucket
with warm water. Swish in
water, remove and gently
squeeze. Rinse with plain
water and lay fat to dry.
Hi Reena,
Please tell me how to
remove the heat scorch left
on the top edge of my oven
door left after heat-clean-
ing the oven. Ive tried
baking soda; very light
scrubbing with S.O.S pads,
bleach and more with no
results. Marion
Hi Marion,
Sorry to say that these
marks are often perma-
nent. Many people have
tried Bon Ami, Bar Keep-
ers Friend, Mr. Clean
Magic Eraser, oven cleaner
and Windex but nothing
budged those pesky heat
marks. Your best bet is
to apply dish soap with a
sprinkling of baking soda
on top. Leave for 15 mins.
and scrub with a green
scrubby pad. Rinse with
water.
up and rub the windows
until theyre dry. For extra
shine, put cornstarch in a
bucket with water. Wipe
windows and dry with a
micro fber cloth or news-
paper.
Feedback From A
Reader Who Cares:
Hi Reena,
I noted your response
in todays paper regarding
Sunlight laundry soap for
cleaning cords for cellular
shades. Te Sunlight Pure
Soap bar is the single most
ef ective stain remover I
have ever come across.
Tere is a reason why it has
withstood the test of time
and has been trusted for
over one hundred years. I
once had trouble fnding it
and panicked. Lisa
Household Tips and Solutions
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11 Friday, April 11, 2014 The Minnedosa Tribune
COMING EVENTS
COMING EVENTS
Minnedosa Service to Seniors
Congregate Meal Program
serving supper meals for
seniors in Minnedosa and
area, at the Townview
Manor 6th oor Tuesdays,
Thursdays, Sundays starting
at 5:00 p.m. $8.00 dine in,
$10.00 delivered. Call 204-
867-2198 after 1:00 p.m.
on day of the meal or call
204-867-5190 for all other
inquiries.
SERVICE TO SENIORS
MENU:
Sunday, April 13th:
Roast Beef and Gravy,
Rolls, Potatoes, Vegetable,
Salad, Pickles, Dessert, Tea
and Coffee
Tuesday, April 15th:
BBQ Pulled Pork, Rolls,
Potatoes, Vegetable, Sala d,
Pickles, Dessert, Tea and
Coffee
Thursday, April 17th:
Meat Balls, Potatoes,
Vegetable, Salad, Rolls,
Dessert, Tea and Coffee
Myrtle Beddome is 100
years old. You are invited
to celebrate with us at the
Ukrainian Hall on April 13th,
2014 from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. No
gifts please. (4-2x)
Rapid City U.C.W. Spring
Smorg: Sunday, April 13
th
,
2014 starting at 5:00 p.m. at
the Rapid City United Church.
Adults $12.00, Children (6
10) $6.00, Preschool Free. (2-
4)
Gigantic annual Gun and
HobbyShowinDauphin, MB: Sat-
urday, April 12th, 10:00 a.m. 5:00
p.m.; Sunday, April 13th, 10:00a.m.
4:00p.m.at304WhitmoreAve. (8
th
Ave. Hall). Admission$5.00, under
12 free with adult. Approximately
80-8foottablesmaycontainguns
and related items, military items,
hobbies, crafts, antiques, hockey
cards, Indian artifacts, something
of interest for everyone! This is a
buying, selling and trading show.
Bring your guns and collectables.
Buy-Sell-Trade or have appraised.
For more information, call (204)
444-4690. (3-2x)
Trivia Night: Members
and invited guests, Friday,
April 25th at Clanwilliam
Hall. Doors open at 7:00 p.m.
Questions begin at 7:30 p.m.
Advance tickets only $10.00
each. Lunch included. (Lim-
ited number of tickets avail-
able) To enter a team and
purchase tickets contact Liz
Davies 204-865-2429. MLCC
approval #29/14. (3-4)
Minnedosa Legion #138
Ham Bingos: Saturday, April
5th and Saturday, April 12th,
1:00 - 4:00 p.m. License
#1269. (3-3)
Elphinstone Lions Club
Easter Ham and Cash Bingo
at the Memorial Hall. Mon-
day, April 14th, 2014. Doors
open at 6:00 p.m. Early bird
7:00 p.m. Regular games 7:30
p.m. Refreshments available.
License # 1339. (3-3)
Te Minnedosa Grain
Growing Project in support
of the Canadian Foodgrains
Bank is having its annual
banquet Sunday, April 27th
at 5:00 p.m. at the Minnedosa
Conference Centre. Te pro-
gram will be a guest speaker,
a special video, and an auc-
tion. Please call 204-874-2206
or 204-868-5155 with auction
items. (3-5)
Te Minnedosa Performing
Arts Committee (Expressions
Concert Series) annual gen-
eral meeting will be Wednes-
day April 16th at 7:30 at the
Minnedosa Collegiate. All are
welcome. For more informa-
tion call Lori at 204-867-5232.
(4-2x)
Dancingfsh Yoga Spring
Class Schedule April - June
2014. 44 2nd Ave S.E., Minne-
dosa, Phone 204-867-2830,
email dancingfsh@mymts.
net. Like us on Facebook to
keep up with workshops, and
special events. Monday: 10:00
- 10:45 a.m. Gentle/Senior
Friendly Yoga Pat Graham,
April 14th - June 9th exclud-
ing Victoria Day May 19th - 8
week course $64.00 or drop
in $10.00 per class. 2:00 - 3:15
p.m. Afternoon Hatha Yoga
Pat Graham, April 14th - June
30th excluding Victoria Day,
May 19th, passes valid for this
class or drop-in $12.00. 6:45
- 8:00 p.m. Strength Yoga -
Vinyasa Flow - Heidi Kornik,
April 14th -June 30th exclud-
ing Victoria Day May 19th,
passes valid for this class
or drop-in $12.00. Tuesday:
5:30 - 6:30 p.m. - Restorative
Yoga - Pat Graham, April 15th
- June 23rd., passes valid for
this class or drop-in $10.00.
6:45-8:00 p.m. - Flow Yoga
- Ashtanga Primary Series -
Pat Graham, April 15th - June
23rd, passes valid for this class
or drop-in $12.00. Wednes-
day: 2:00 - 3:15 p.m. All Body
Hatha Yoga - Jean Olenick,
April 16th June 25th, passes
valid for this class or drop-in
$12.00. 6:45 - 7:45 p.m. Begin-
ner Yoga Jean Olenick, April
16th - June 4th, eight week
session - $80.00. Tursday:
4:45 - 5:30 p.m. Parent and
Child Yoga - Ally Potrebka,
April 17th - June 5th, eight
week session - $115.00 per
pair or $15.00 drop-in. 6:30
- 7:45 p.m. Strength Yoga
Vinyasa Flow - Heidi Kornik,
April 17th June 26th, passes
valid for this class or drop-in
$12.00. 8:00 - 9:15 p.m. Hatha
Yoga - Pat Graham, April 17th
- June 26th, passes valid for
this class or drop-in $12.00.
Friday: 10:00 - 11:15 a.m. All
Body Hatha - Jean Olenick,
April 25th - June 27th, passes
valid for this class or drop-
in $12.00. Saturday: 10:00
- 11:15 a.m. Gentle Flow
Ally Potrebka, eight weeks
April 19th - June 7th, passes
valid for this class or drop-in
$12.00. (4-2)
Expressive Dance With
Crystal presents A story-
line which features dancing
and acting. Writer, Director,
Choreographer and Instruc-
tor Crystal Scott. Adapted
from the movie Happily
Never After Te Fairy Tale
Twist. All Fairy Tales in Fairy
Tale Land are kept in balance
by the use of a magical staf
and the Scales of Good and
Evil. Lets see what happens
when Cinderellas wicked
stepmother puts herself in
charge in our 25th Annual
Dance Shows 2013-2014, Fri-
day, May 9th at 7 p.m. and Sat-
urday, May 10th at 1 p.m. at
the Strathclair Bend Teatre.
Purchase tickets in advance
Friday, April 25th 8 a.m. to 6
p.m. and Saturday, April 26th
9 a.m. 12 noon. Main Floor
and Balcony $8.00.Come buy
reserved tickets at Crystals
Dance Studio in Minnedosa
(102) 3rd Ave. N.E.) or call
204-867-2446 (starting 3 p.m.
on April 25th). Tickets might
be available at the door, but
dont wait till its too late! (5-5)
Riding Mountain Progres-
sive Conservative Association
Upcoming Events: Spring
Breakfast, Saturday April
26th, 9 a.m. at Minnedosa
Curling Club. Guest Speaker:
MLA Reg Helwer. Tickets
$24.99 available from Court-
ney 204-636-2042, Jackie 204-
867-2395 Jenna 204-821-0430
or Norma 204-483-2780. An-
nual General Meeting: Turs-
day, May 8th at Sandy Lake
Drop In Centre Registration
at 6:30 p.m., Meeting at 7:00
p.m.
Minnedosa United Church
Holy Week Services April 13
Palm Sunday Worship 11 a.m.
April 17 Maundy Tursday
Worship and Light Pot Luck
5:30 p.m. April 18 Good Fri-
day Community Service at
MCCC 11 a.m. April 20 Easter
Egg Hunt (children 12 years
and under). April 20 Easter
Sunday Worship 11 a.m. Ev-
eryone welcome (5-2)
Please accept this as your
invitation to a Jack and Jill
Shower for Stephan Wang and
Amanda Boyd. Saturday, May
3, 2014 at the Ukrainian Hall
from 2 p.m. 4 p.m. Please
consider a presentation as the
couple resides in Toronto. (5-
3)
ENGAGEMENT
ANNOUNCEMENT
Larry and Sherian
Chemerika
and
Eileen Marcinyk and the
late Metro Marcinyk
areproud to announce
the engagement of
Derek and Sheila
Te wedding will take place
August 23, 2014.
A social evening is being
held on April 19, 2014 at
Jackfsh Hall.
Please drink responsibly
12 Friday, April 11, 2014 The Minnedosa Tribune
Minnedos a T ribune
204-867-3816
PAINTER
TENDERS
Minnedosa Minor Arena Association is now
accepting tenders for the following positions for
the term of October 1, 2014 to March 31, 2015
Arena Operator (building maintenance, ice
maker, skate sharpening)
Canteen Operator
Both tenders close on April 17, 2014
Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
Interested applicants should see Iull tender details
and job descriptions at minnedosaminorhockey.com
Contact Barry Good Ior more inIormation
204-867-2984
Tenders can be mailed to:
Barry Good
Box 1887
Minnedosa, MB
R0J 1E0
or emailed to: lbgoodmts.net
Call of Nominations to Board of Directors
Also, please be advised that we are seeking volunteers
to serve on the Minnedosa Minor Arena Association
Board oI Directors Ior next season. Please view the
Association Constitution at minnedosaminorhockey.com
to see job descriptions. Chair oI the Nominating
Committee is Barry Good. Voting will take place at the
Association`s Annual General Meeting at the Arena on
April 28th at 7:00 pm
(3-3)
HELP WANTED
HELP WANTED
LAND FOR RENT
Agricultural crop land
for rent in the R.M. of Park
and R.M. of Harrison, Sandy
Lake area. Approximately 600
acres. Taking bids. Call 204-
585-2749 for details. (5-2)
LAND WANTED
Looking for an acreage
in the Minnedosa area. Call
204-867-7264. (4-4)
FOR RENT
2 bedroom apartment
downtown Minnedosa. $450
plus utilities/month. Call 204-
867-4657. (4-2)
Clean 2 bedroom apart-
ment with fridge, stove,
washer, dryer. 106-4th St. SW,
Minnedosa. Contact Bruce at
204-868-0120 or 566-2346 af-
ter 5 pm. (5-3)
1 bedroom apartment.
Clean, quiet, near clinic,
schools and downtown. $475
per month plus utilities. Call
204-867-3383 (x)
FOR SALE
Selling something? Let
our readers know! Place an
ad in Te Tribune Classifeds
starting at $9.00 plus tax. (tfn).
2012 Jayco Swift pull type
trailer. Used twice, like new!
Economical with all the ex-
tras: A/C, stereo, microwave,
16.5 ft. $10,000. Call 204-867-
2076. (4-2x)
REAL ESTATE
Clear Lake area on na-
tional Park boundary. South-
bay Properties. Approximate-
ly 90 acres, zoned for cottage
lots. Phone 204-724-4319 or
messages at 204-728-0265.
(1-6x)
Qualifed Painter with
25 years experience. All work
guaranteed. Call Blaine at
204-874-2399. (43-tfn)
Te Minnedosa District Vet-
erinary Services Board is ac-
cepting tenders for grass cut-
ting/trimming for the 2014
summer season at the Minne-
dosa Vet Clinic located at
336-6th Ave. NW, Minnedosa.
Tenders are to be submitted
to the undersigned by 5:00
p.m. April 23rd, 2014 - Lorna
Hislop, PO Box 111, Minnedo-
sa, MB, R0J 1E0; lornahislop@
gmail.com (4-3)
TENDERS
Shevchenko Dance En-
semble requires a Ukrainian
dance instructor for the 2014-
2015 season. Dance experi-
ence is essential and choreog-
raphy is preferred. Interested
applicants can email Shauna
at Burton11@mymts.net Te
dance group is based out of
Sandy Lake, MB. Deadline to
apply is April 30th, 2014. (5-2)
TENDER
Sandy Lake Credit Union Ltd.
is tendering Ior
1ANITORIAL SERVICES
Bids will be accepted up to 4:30 p.m.
Thursday, April 24, 2014.
A copy oI the required duties may be picked up at the
Credit Union Iront counter. Bids are to be submitted in a sealed
envelope marked 'Tender. The Credit Union reserves the right to
reject any or all proposals deemed most Iavourable to the Credit
Union. The lowest or any tender may not necessarily be awarded.
Sandy Lake Credit Union Ltd.
P.O. Box 129
101 Main Street
Sandy Lake, Manitoba
Phone: 204-585-2609
Fax: 204-585-2163
(5-2)
80fll80 lll80
$0MM0f l00 00fl0ll
Work to IncIude: ViIIage Tours,
CIeaning, Yard/Garden Maintenance
$10.50 per hour
JuIy and August
Rotating Shifts
MaiI Cover Letter, and Resume to
Minnedosa District Museum
and Heritage ViIIage
Box 2005
Minnedosa, MB
R0J 1E0
DeadIine to appIy is ApriI 30th, 2014
SUMMER STUDENT
MINNEDOSA CREDIT UNION
THE POSITION:
The Minnedosa Credit Union Summer Student program is a great opportunity for a post-secondary or high school
student who is interested in working in a credit union environment.
Under the broad direction of our Manager Member Services, this individual will train with and work along side
member service employees. The selected applicant will learn how to process a variety of cash and non-cash
member transactions, promote and cross-sell credit union services and make appropriate referrals with courtesy
and accuracy. Other duties outside the member service area may be assigned as required. The opportunity for
job shadowing in other credit union departments may be available.
The position will be full time for July and August with part-time/casual hours available in May and June.
Minnedosa Credit Union is open Monday through Saturdays and thus some weekend hours will apply.
THE PERSON:
The successful candidate(s) qualifcations should include having strong people and communication skills, the self
confdence and motivation to work with a minimal amount of supervision. You will have a proven commitment
to education and self-development.
THE SALARY:
Minnedosa Credit Union ofers an attractive salary and excellent career experience and potential.
Please submit your resume, in confdence, by April 17, 2014 to:
Carol Taylor, Manager Member Service
Minnedosa Credit Union Limited
Box 459
Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0
E-mail: ctaylor@minnedosacu.mb.ca
We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
HERE WE GROW AGAIN!
NEEPAWA & AREA IMMIGRANT SETTLEMENT SERVICES
IS SEEKING A HIGHLY SKILLED AND MOTIVATED
ECE III or ECE II
FOR OUR CHILD MINDING ROOM
Part Time
As a dynamic, energetic Early Childhood Educator (ECE) II/III fun, enthusiastic, passionate and
motivated professional you will not only have excellent communication and interpersonal skills
but to be part of our team you must:
Be able to work within a culturally diverse environment and with families from other cultures.
Be able to work with children from newborn to 5 years.
Have excellent time management skills.
Be able to work in a fast paced environment.
Have previous child care experience and knowledge of other cultures (an asset)
Be fexible, friendly, patient, honest, reliable and responsible.
Hold a current First Aid and CPR certifcate and
Be willing to provide a successful Criminal Record and Child Abuse Registry Check
Qualifcations include the completion of an ECE II/III diploma or in training. A combination of
equivalent education and experience in a similar feld will be taken into consideration. Have
an excellent command of spoken and written English as well as superior knowledge of English
grammar and be legally entitled to work in Canada.
Please submit your resume and cover letter to:
Cheryl Campbell, Settlement Services Coordinator
Box 598
Neepawa, MB
R0J 1H0
Or e-mail to: nadcoimmigrant@mymts.net
Resumes must be received by 4:00 pm July 15, 2014
We thank all who apply but only those selected for an interview will be contacted
This position is supported and funded by the Government of Canada
R
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N
T
E
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Te Village of Newdale is ac-
cepting applications for a
summer student. Involves
grass cutting, trimming and
other duties as assigned.
Must hold a valid Drivers
Licence and is between the
ages of 17 and 29. Resumes
may be dropped of at the
R.M. of ce in Newdale, MB
or Mail to: L.U.D of Newdale,
Box 220 Newdale, MB R0J 1J0
Application deadline April
25th, 2014
If your
label reads
Its time
to renew!
Call 204-
867-3816
14/04/30
13 The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, April 11, 2014
Mlnnedosa & ulsLrlcL Servlces Lo Senlors
lnvlLes appllcauons for
Congregate Mea| rogram Coord|nator]Cook
Meals served 1uesday, 1hursday, Sunday aL 3:00 p.m.
1he successful candldaLe wlll have:
- lood Safe CerucaLe (or aualn)
- knowledge of Canada's lood Culde and wllllngness Lo
learn abouL speclal cooklng, dleLary needs or food
preparauon for senlors
- revlous experlence ln meal plannlng and preparlng
food for large groups
- hyslcally capable of managlng Lhe demands of
Lhls posluon
- Clear Crlmlnal 8ecord
lull [ob descrlpuon avallable aL MuSS omce
or call 204-867-3190
8esumes may be
uropped o aL our omce #101-169 Maln SLreeL S.
Lmalled Lo: senlors[mymLs.neL (please use MS Word)
Malled Lo: 8ox 1844, Mlnnedosa, M8 80! 1L0
Appllcauon deadllne ls Aprll 18, 2014
We Lhank all appllcanLs buL only Lhose selecLed for
an lnLervlew wlll be conLacLed.

HELP WANTED
BUSINESS SERVICES
C.C. Contract Services
Ltd. requires cleaners/house-
keepers for the Clear Lake
Area. $14 - $15/ hour. Full and
Part-time positions. Seasonal,
May 1st- October 31st, 2014,
June 27th - September 2nd,
2014 and December 20th -
January 5th, 2015. Paid train-
ing, subsidized housing and
season end bonus available.
Resume or questions to Chris
at cccontractservicesltd@
gmail.com 146 Kucher Road,
Onanole, MB, R0J 1N0 (4-4)
The Disability Tax
Credit Allows for:
$1,500 Yearly Tax
Credit
$15,000 Refund
(On Avg)
Covers: -Hip/Knee
Replacements,
- Arthritic knees, hips,
hands, or shoulders,
- COPD, other Disabling
Conditions
For Help Applying
204-453-5372
Manitoba Company
Owned and Operated
HERE WE GROW AGAIN!
NEEPAWA & AREA IMMIGRANT SETTLEMENT SERVICES
IS SEEKING A HIGHLY SKILLED AND MOTIVATED TEACHER OF ENGLISH
AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
Part Time
As a dynamic, customer-focused professional you will have excellent communication and
interpersonal skills. Possess strong preparation and planning skills. Respect deadlines and
demonstrate the ability to work independently within a small team. You will be open to
modifying teaching practises and be able to manage a classroom of over 10 students. Have a
general knowledge of Microsoft Word.
A Criminal Record check will also be required as a condition of employment.

Qualifcations include the completion of a Bachelors degree in teaching English as a Second
Language. A combination of equivalent education and experience in a similar feld will be
taken into consideration. Have an excellent command of spoken and written English as well as
superior knowledge of English grammar and be legally entitled to work in Canada.
Please submit your resume and cover letter to:
Cheryl Campbell, Settlement Services Coordinator
Box 598
Neepawa, MB
R0J 1H0
Or e-mail to: nadcoimmigrant@mymts.net
Resumes must be received by 4:00 pm July 15, 2014
We thank all who apply but only those selected for an interview will be contacted
This position is supported and funded by the Government of Canada
14042gg00
Service Person (Utility Gas Fitter)
Neepawa
We are seeking qualied individuals for a Service
Person (Utility Gas Fitter) position.
You will perform duties associated with inspecting
all types of domestic, commercial and industrial gas
heating and processing equipment and combustion
control systems; install, repair, maintain and abandons
service; monitor and maintain company plant within the
limits of the Manitoba Gas Fitters License.
This position includes a four-year apprenticeship
program that encompasses on-the-job training and
12 weeks of internal competency-based trade schools
that will lead to Journeyperson status. Past experience
and qualications will be considered for placement
within the program.
You must have a minimum Grade 12 education
or equivalent and a minimum Class B Gas Fitters
Licence issued by the Manitoba Department of Labour
certifying qualication. All applications must include
a personal resum and a complete transcript of marks
(high school and any post-secondary). Applicants
must possess a valid Class 5 Manitoba drivers licence.
Incomplete applications may not be considered.
Visit our website at www.hydro.mb.ca/careers to apply
online. The deadline for applications is April 15, 2014.
Manitoba Hydro offers a competitive salary and
benets package and working conditions that provide
for a balanced approach to work, family life and
community, including a nine day work cycle.
We thank you for your interest and will contact you
if you are selected for an interview.
Manitoba Hydro
is committed to
diversity and
employment equity.
Generating bright futures
OBITUARY
Gordon Paler
-
An Of cer and a Gentleman
On March 29, 2014, Gordon Wil-
liam Paler, most dearly beloved
husband of Carla Paler, passed
away. He is lovingly remembered
by his two sons Scott and Bryan,
stepsons Rhodes and Noel, step-
daughter Mya, brother Jim, and sister
Joyce.
Born in 1938 to Sidney and Emma
Paler in Minnedosa, Manitoba, Gordon,
or Gord to many of his friends, loved to fy. His career as a
pilot began early when he joined the RCAF at age eighteen. He
quickly advanced to fying the CF100 as a fghter pilot, notably
with the 416th squadron out of St. Hubert, Quebec. His exacting
talent was soon recognized and he moved on to become a fight
instructor. Following that, Gordon served two tours as part of
a United Nations operation fying the Caribou throughout the
Middle East.
While with Air Force, Gordon met and married his frst wife
Judy. A few years later, their frst son Scott was born, and their
second, Bryan followed in another few years.
In 1965, Gordon joined Air Canada, moving to his new base
in Winnipeg. Over the years he few the Viscount, DC9, B727,
DC8 and B747. He worked diligently for the pilots union,
participating in contract negotiations and as a prime architect
of insurance and pension benefts enjoyed by thousands of
Canadian pilots. Gordon was highly respected among his
colleagues, and over the years he acted as a mentor to many
junior pilots, guiding them through the fnal stages of their
ascension to the rank of Captain.
Gordon had a deep love of all things living. Notably, his
gentle temperament was an ideal ft for working with dogs.
As a breeder of champion Samoyeds, Gordon had a long
time involvement with the Winnipeg branch of the Canadian
Kennel Club and served fve years as Chairman of the Manitoba
Veterinary Board.
In 1988, Gordon married his second wife, Carla, and moved to
live with her in Wildwood Park. He soon became an admired,
second father to Rhodes, Noel and Mya. Later, Gordon and
Carla moved to a cherished retreat on Vancouver Island. In
July of 1998, Gordon few his fnal fight, culminating a career
spanning forty years and over 21,000 hours in the air.
In retirement, Gordon and Carla were rarely apart. Tey
developed deep ties to their wonderful home on Quennell
Lake, and made many dear friends in the Nanaimo area.
A reception was held in Yellowpoint, B.C. on Sunday, April 6th
from 2-4 p.m. Friends and family were invited to come together
to remember Gordon. In lieu of fowers, donations to either the
Canadian Cancer Society or the Association for Frontotemporal
Degeneration (AFTD) are warmly appreciated.
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McManus,
Keith Donald
Keith McManus passed away
peacefully at home after a valiant
fght against cancer on March 30,
2014 at the age of 53 years.
He is survived by his mother
Judith Flay and stepfather Bruce
Flay, sisters Wendy (Al) Trumbley
of Minnedosa, MB, Michael (Ewa)
Flay, Michelle Lewicki and Cheryl
(Brian) Gerwing of Winnipeg, MB,
as well as grandmother Marian McManus
of Minnedosa, MB, and good friend Cecile Garvin, 11 nieces and
nephews and friends and relatives from Manitoba and Australia.
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er Donald McManus and grandparents Robert Woodcock, Ef e
Johnson(Woodcock) and Henry McManus.
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from the University of Manitoba in 1990. He went on to pursue
a career with the NDP Caucus at the Provincial Legislature and
continued there until his declining health forced him to leave
his position. Keith had a love for classic rock, history and politics
and was always up for a good debate.
In keeping with Keiths wishes, cremation has taken place and
Service Celebration was held in the Coutu Funeral Chapel, 680
Archibald Street, Winnipeg, MB at 1 p.m. on Friday, April 11,
2014. Te celebration continued at Te Toad and Hole, 112 Os-
borne Street from 3 to 6 p.m. Interment will take place in Minne-
dosa at a later date.
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Victoria (John), Kenny (Lori),
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$595.00. 6-piece Bedroom
Suite including Pillow-Top
Bed set $900. 12 Drawer
Queen Storage Bed $495! 5
piece 42 round drop leaf set
$459. SOLID RUSTIC OAK
Table Set 60 to 96 (No Ve-
neer) 6-high back padded
chairs $2,295 ($4,200 value)!
3 piece Reclining Fabric set
w/Sofa, Love Seat & Chair
$1795. (Can Separate) Call:
204-571-1971. 660 Highland
Ave., South side of #1 Hwy.
Brandon.
LIVESTOCK
46th Annual Lundar Bull Sale,
April 12, 2014. For sale: Her-
eford, Limousin, Simmental.
Show time 10:00 am. Sale
time 1:00 pm. Contact Jim at
204-467-8809 or Connie at
204-739-5264. Visit our cata-
logue on www.buyagro.com.
MOBILE HOMES
7 New 16 x 80, 3 Bed, 2
Bath. Starting at $81,500; 2
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Starting at $66,900; 1 New
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ing at $72,000 Altona Mo-
bile Homes, 1-800-582-4036,
1-204-324-6776 Email: amhl@
mymts.net
SPRING THAW PRIC-
ING! Order now for spring
delivery of your new SRI mo-
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Home Sales, 260 Glen Av-
enue, Brandon, MB 204-724-
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STEEL BUILDINGS
STEEL BUILDINGS...
HOT SAVINGS SPRING
SALE! 20X24 $4,348. 25X24
$4,539. 30X30 $6,197. 32X36
$7,746. 40X46 $12,116. 47X72
$17,779. One End wall includ-
ed. Pioneer Steel 1-800-668-
5422. www.pioneersteel.ca
STEEL BUILDINGS/ MET-
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30x40, 40x62, 45x90, 50x120,
60x150, 80x100 sell for balance
owed! Call 1-800-457-2206 www.
crownsteelbuildings.ca
Early Deadline
for Easter
Because of Good Friday, the Friday, April 18th edition of
The Minnedosa Tribune will be on the street one day early
Thursday, April 17th. Early ad deadline of Monday, April 14th
at 12 noon that week only.