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financial support of the
Government of Canada
through the
Canada Periodical Fund
of the Department of
Canadian Heritage.

Volume 133 Issue 04

inside

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Friday, April 10, 2015

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this week

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Midget
Wrestling
Coming to
Town

Photo by Darryl Holyk

By ASHLEY HANKS

n the afternoon of
Wednesday, April 1st,
at approximately 2 p.m.,
Minnedosa Fire Department, RCMP and EMS responded to the scene of
a one vehicle accident on

Highway 16A just north of


Main Street Minnedosa. A
black Silverado truck coming into Minnedosa left the
road causing it to roll. There
were four occupants inside
with one occupant sustaining a head injury. Local EMS
transported the injured pas-

senger to local hospital and


then fl own by STARS helicopter to a Winnipeg Hospital.
At this time, there are no
charges being laid against
the driver of the truck, but
Minnedosa RCMP continue
to investigate.

Two days later, on the


afternoon of Friday, April
3rd, there was a one vehicle
accident at the intersection
of Highway 16A and 3rd Avenue S.W. by the Minnedosa
Court House. RCMP report
a vehicle slipped through
the intersection that hit the

guard rail on the north side


of 3rd Avenue. Minnedosa
RCMP viewed this incident
to be a result of slippery
road conditions due to poor
weather. There were no injuries and no investigation
is taking place.

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Friday, April 10, 2015

Numerous Wins for Local Heavy Horse Competitors


By ASHLEY HANKS

he Royal Manitoba
Winter Fair is one of
Western Canadas largest
agricultural events and
the largest event held in
Brandon. This year, the
Royal Manitoba Winter
Fair was held from March
30th to April 4th. It is one
of only two fairs in Canada
to receive Royal patronage
from Queen Elizabeth II.
This occurred in 1970.
At the Royal you can
expect to see world class
show jumping and heavy

horse competitions, livestock sales and displays, a


quality hands-on agricultural awareness program
including Thru the Farm
Gate, exceptional live entertainers, over 300 commercial and agricultural
exhibits and much more.
Minnedosas Betteridge and Delgaty families
were once again among
the many participants and
competitors at this years
heavy horse competition. The Draft Horses or
Heavy Horses as they are
often called, are definitely

a crowd pleaser! Originally working horses,


these gentle giants remain
as our connection with
the past, and continue to
amaze crowds with their
intelligence, power and
agility. Visitors will see the
draft horses in a variety of
classes including teams,
cart classes, unicorn, four,
six and eight horse hitches.
Th e glitter and jingle of
their harness and thundering hooves as they enter
the arena is magical.
Delgaty Clydesdales
took home some impres-

sive standings throughout


the week, the first being
Brad Delgatys second
place in the Six Horse Tandem Team to Wagon. He
also took fifth place in the
Four Horse Tandem Team
to Wagon, sixth place
in the Six Horse Team
Championship Classic B,
eighth place in the Four
Horse Team Championship Classic, eighth place
in the Tandem Team and
ninth place in the Mens
Cart. Randy Delgaty took
home fi fth place in the
Light Draft Team in Har-

ness to Wagon. Tara Delgaty received seventh


place in the Ladies Cart
and Adrian Delgaty took
home sixth place in the
Youth Cart.
Allan and Corrine
Betteridge
of
Coyote
Creek Clydesdales also
took home some impressive standings during fair
week. Corrine had a fifth
place fi nish in the Ladies
Team, a sixth place finish
in the Ladies Cart and a
seventh place finish in the
Six Horse Team Championship Classic A. Allan

had a busy week and took


home second place in the
Six Horse Tandem Team
To Wagon, fourth place in
the Four Horse Tandem
Team to Wagon, fifth place
in the Light Draft Team in
Harness to Wagon, sixth
place in the Mens Cart,
sixth place in the Heavy
Draft Team in Harness to
Wagon and sixth place in
the Tandem Team.
Overall, the week was
full of competition and
horses. Now is the time to
relax and get ready for a
busy summer!

A More Interactive Experience for Museum Tours


By DARRYL HOLYK

was decided that a group


of museum volunteers
planning
meeting would conduct personal
to discuss potential promotional visits to local
upcoming tours at the and surrounding commuMinnedosa District Mu- nity schools. This was done
seum and Heritage Village earlier this year with visits
was held recently
to schools in Minnedosa,
Last season, for the
Erickson, Onanole, Rapid
fi rst time in recent his- City, Rivers, Brookdale,
tory, there were no school Forrest, Neepawa and
groups requesting tours of Brandon.
In hopes of attractthe local historic attraction. Following discus- ing school groups to the
sions at the board level, it Heritage Village as a field






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trip option, the museum


board decided to revamp
the visitor experience for
tour groups. Rather than
just a simple show and tell
tour of the buildings and
artefacts, plans are in the
works to provide a more
hands-on, interactive tour
experience.
A great brainstorming session Thursday night
resulted in a long list of
potential activities and
demonstrations not only
for larger tour groups, but
also for the groups annual
Heritage Day celebration.
Some of the demonstration suggestions included butter churning,
ice cream making, candle
making, sewing on a treaddle sewing machine, carting and spinning fleece
into wool, quilting, using a
washboard and wash tub,
punching bread dough,
typing on a typewriter, us-

Photo by Darryl Holyk

ing a slate board for printing, and cranking the


handle of an old telephone
or gramophone. It was

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used as a learning tool. Old


fashioned games, crafts
and school lessons were
also listed as possibilities
during school tours.
To pull off
a successful interactive tour for student groups, a number of
volunteers are required. If
anyone would be willing to
help out as a Heritage Village tour volunteer, please
contact Darryl at The Tribune or any member of the
Heritage Village board.

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also suggested to pull the


blinds to darken a room
and then light an old lamp
to demonstrate to students
just how dim lighting was
in the days before electricity. While some of the artefacts at the museum are
delicate and should not be
used or touched by visitors, there are many others
which can be used without
resulting in any harm or
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Friday, April 10, 2015

MCU Holds 68th Annual General Meeting


By ASHLEY HANKS

his being the 68th Annual General Meeting


of the Minnedosa Credit
Union, there are a lot of
things to report on. The
meeting was held at the
United Church Hall this
past Monday evening with
several staff, directors and
members present.
2014 ended in a
positive growth position of 5.2% with assets
of $118,300,162 million
and a loans increase to
$74,456,299 for an overall growth of 16.9% with
deposits of $107 million
which is an increase of
5.1%. Equity stood at $10.2
million, representing 8.7%
of assets, which exceeded
the required 5%.
A patronage payment
of $360,000 will be shared
with MCU members later
this year bringing the total patronage payment to
over six million dollars.
The patronage payment
is cash back rewarded to
members based on a percentage of the interest
they paid on loans and
earned on deposits and on
the average balance held
in chequing and savings
accounts.
Last year, the former
General Manager, Don
Farr was awarded the Order of Merit Award which
recognizes
individuals
who have demonstrated
a significant commitment
to the Manitoba Credit
Union System. These in-

Photo by Darryl Holyk

MCU General Manager, Brad Ross, presents the


2014 Financials during Mondays AGM.
dividuals have a record of
exemplary service, have
made tangible contributions to the development,
governance or operations,
demonstration of leadership and engaged in additional public service
that reflects favourably on
the Credit Union. In addition to this award, the
recipient also receives a
$1,000 bursary to be presented to a secondary or
post-secondary student
of their choosing and the
recipient of the bursary in
2014 was Megan HedleyBrown.

During the AGM,


there were Service Recognition Awards presented
to Alayna McTavish for her
25 years of service, Carole
Dalrymple for her 25 years
of service and Candice
Brown for 30 years of service to MCU.
The MCU continues to
support Jeans Day along
with a series of staff initiated BBQ hot dog Fridays
with various community groups such as Skate
the Lake, 4-H Council,
Minnedosa Youth Soccer and the Minnedosa
Day Care, just to name a

few, receiving some of the


proceeds. As a group, the
staff also volunteers to
deliver Meals on Wheels
and the year ended with a

member appreciation day


with coffee and treats enjoyed by members at the
branch.
General Manager,
Brad Ross, continues to
bring a team approach
to the day to day operations and under his direction the annual planning session was held in
November and included
values participation from
the staff. An inevitable
portion of the planning
session agenda evolved
around merger discussions and Minnedosas
positions on the subject
due to the reduced numbers of Credit Unions in
the system. Merging is
not a short term goal for
MCU, but the continued
growth of collaboration
initiatives with other
Credit Unions in a number of areas with goals
to reduce costs, improve
services and meet regulatory requirements.
The board held 11
monthly meetings with
an overall attendance
ratio of 83%. Increased

focus on training and


board development both
internally and under the
direction of our regulators had resulted in various educational opportunities through camps
and webinars and the
board looks forward to
continued opportunities
for board development
and education. During
the AGM, Barry McNabb,
Trevor McQuaid and
Shannon Alexander were
all re-elected as board
members. The board also
welcomed Elin Klym as a
new board member. The
remainder of the board
consists of President Beth
McNabb, Bjarni Walterson, Dan Mendrikis, Greg
Toews, and Scott Thompson.
MCU will continue
to grow with the ongoing
support of the communitys membership. Community Owned, Community Minded is more than
just a tag line for MCU as
they take pride in everything they do in the community.

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By Darryl Holyk

Daffodil Month

April is Daff
odil Month for the Canadian Cancer Society. You may have noticed the daffodil pin collection
boxes in local businesses or had a visit from a friendly
canvasser at your door. Money raised during Daffodil
Month funds important cancer fighting research to help
save more lives. Some of these funds also benefit various cancer related support services and help cancer patients in their fi ght against the disease. If you have not
been personally affected by cancer, you know someone
who has. Show your support, wear a pin and donate during Daffodil Month. Every donation, no matter the size,
is important in the fight against cancer. Please give what
you can!

Co-ops everywhere

During this weeks Minnedosa Credit Union AGM,


Richard Lemoing gave an interesting presentation on
co-operatives. A few statistical tidbits I found interesting
were that six out of ten Manitobans belong to a co-op.
Across the country, that rises to four out of ten Canadians. At $51 billion, Canada has the 13th largest co-op
movement in the world. The co-op movement can be
traced back to 1844 to the Rochdale Society of Equitable
Pioneers at a textile mill in Rochdale, England. Today,
when we think of co-ops most people think of co-operative movements such as our local Heritage Co-op. As
Richard pointed out in his presentation, there are other
local co-ops right here in Minnedosa including MCU,
the community childcare co-op, Rochdale Estates and
the Minnedosa Fitness Centre. Heritage Co-op will hold
its AGM next week.

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Winter Fair Fun


By ASHLEY HANKS

n Saturday, April 4th,


I had the amazing
opportunity to be part of
the Celebrity Showmanship at the Royal Manitoba Winter Fair. As one of
13 representatives, I competed against the likes of
Ally Mitchell from Star
FM, Brandon Mayor Rick
Chrest, Minister Drew
Caldwell and Tim Black
from 101.1 The Farm.
The point of the Celebrity Showmanship is to
have local celebrities compete in a cow show with
the junior showman giving us their cows on loan to
show. The showman gave us tips of how to properly
show the cows and the winner receives a blinged
out showman stick and bragging rights for a year.
I was introduced to a young man by the name of
Angus who proceeded to introduce me to his cow, JL
Brilliance who was born on January 3rd, 2014. She
was of the Limozin Breed and was brown in colour.
I was a little nervous at fi rst, as I have never shown
a cow nor did I know anything about how to show
a cow. Angus was very patient with me as he went
through the steps of what was going to happen.
I learned how to groom Brilliance, by blowing her
off with a powerful blow dryer then used hairspray
and a brush to make her hair shiny. I was shown how
to walk her fi rst forwards then how to turn around
and walk backwards so that she would get into a
proper stance. The stance that a cow should be in is

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line with one another
and the back feet spread
apart one in front of the
other. Their head should
be held high so their
shoulders are together.
I was given a showman
stick in order to scratch
Brilliances underside
or neck with to keep
her calm during judging. Along with keeping
my cow in order, I also
had to know her name,
breed, birth date and
any other pertinent information that a judge might ask me. Lucky for me,
the only question I was asked was what her birth date
was and I had made sure I knew the answer.
While the judging is proceeding, you must make
yourself appear to be invincible but at the same time,
keep your eye on the judge. This is not as easy as I
would have thought when you are worried about
what your cow may try to do while the judge is near.
Brilliance was well behaved during judging and I was
able to walk away with a third place standing!
Other then the walk out of the ring, where Brilliance had obviously had more than enough, stepped
on me and ran me into the fence twice, I had an awesome experience! If you ever get asked to do something that is completely out of your element and are
not sure that it is something you think you should do,
I say do it! The experience is worth more than the fear
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Friday, April 10, 2015

Your Kids Gotta Go


Living in
Paradise
By

VERN MAY

EDO, Minnedosa & Area CDC

or as long as I can remember, even back to


my own youth, rural communities have been saying
the same thing, we need
to fi nd a way to keeping
our young people from
moving away. Th
e thinking behind this sentiment,
seems to draw the conclusion that the decline of our
communities is because
we no longer see our kids
spending their whole lives
here.
Im going to suggest
that the mindset needs to
change. We DONT want
our kids to spend their
whole lives here, thats not
what we need for our long
term success. However,
there is a lot more that we
can be doing to ensure
that we have set an attractive seat at the table when
theyre ready to come
back.
I grew up in rural
Manitoba, an ambitious
youngster with the firm
belief that there was a life
of greater opportunities
and adventures in a larger
city. The belief that nothing cool ever happens
here was one that sat on
my mind come to think
of it, does that sound like
something youve heard
recently from our communitys youth now? I was
convinced that the road
to success and prosperity
started in an urban setting
and the next decade saw
me upgrade to a slightly
bigger city every few

years. From Brandon, to


Winnipeg, to Vancouver
with each move promising more opportunities to
learn, explore and experience the world.
Id suggest that now
the draw of locales beyond
our town limits are stronger than ever. Connected
by technology, our young
people are now even more
aware of the opportunities
that exist for them both locally and abroad, and it is
important that we foster
that sense of exploration
in our children to go out
and see what the worlds
all about -- to experience
culture not offered here,
to sample new cuisine, to
learn new customs, and
(perhaps most importantly of all) to make mistakes.
You see, heres what
happens and as we see
this trend of our young
people migrating back
to familiar territory in a
number of our communities this is something
I can speak to directly.
When we find ourselves in
a position where its time
to raise a family, we start
to look to our home town
recognizing the benefits
of raising kids in a rural
setting where we have a
loose idea of what that experience will look like for
them. Th e schools, the
recreation, the community, friends and neighbours thats all part of
the package.
But heres the added

benefi t to the community


now. Not only are we getting our kids back. Chances are they are bringing a
spouse and children, introducing new faces to our
community. They are also
bringing their experiences
and insights from having
lived in other parts of the
country and (in some cases) the world, and are able
to share those with us to
help enrich our lives and
activities with fresh insights. Their opportunity
to spread their wings and
grow beyond our municipal borders pays off for the
community as a whole.
But, there are two important pieces to make
this picture come together. First, we need to develop and deliver a sense
of ownership for the
youth when theyre young
to let them see that were

open to change and want


to hear their thoughts and
feelings about what will
make their home more
exciting and inviting to
them. Next, we need to
keep driving forward to
develop opportunities
professionally, personally,
recreationally that allows them to see how they
fit in our community as an
adult, and that there is a
home here for them when
they are ready to take that
step.
Lets talk more about
where were going. You
can fi nd me under the
Discover Minnedosa banner on Main Street, reach
me by e-mail at edo@
minnedosa.com, call me
at 204-867-3885, or keep
up with the action on
Facebook and lets celebrate living in paradise.

Letters to
the Editor

OPTOMETRISTS

Dear Editor,

n support of Darryl Holyks Stinking Mess (Around


Town, March 20th)
Communities In Bloom works for the betterment of
the community to provide a clean and tidy environment.
Dogs are our pets and our friends, however they are like
children and owners are responsible to clean up after
them.
Please remember to take a collection bag when you
walk them, and if you forgot, CIB has placed dog waste
stations which provide bags. They are presently located
at the west entrance to the dam and in Armitage Park
(with more to be added this year). For disposal there are
garbage bins all around town.
Be responsible and clean-up after your pets.

Mayor Ray Orr,


Minnedosa, MB

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1995 Minnedosa Constituency voters have three candidates to choose from in the Provincial Election later
this month. For the PC party, incumbent Harold Gilleshammer is running. Elaine Shuttleworth is representing
the Liberal Party and J.D. Anderson of Winnipeg is representing the NDP.
1985 The Minnedosa Rodeo Society has completed
the outdoor rodeo arena at the fairgrounds at a cost of
$45,000 and is now in a deficit position financially. Members are confi dent that the now popular annual event,
which generates a payout of more than $70,000 will soon
be in a position to retire the debt.

1965 It was a record year for Minnedosa Consumers Co-op in 1964. Sales reached $662,583, an increase
of almost $93,000 over 1963. Demolition of the old Stephensons Garage on Main Street has commenced and
construction of a new Co-op Grocery Store on that site is
hoped to start shortly with plans to open this fall.
1915 Farmers complain that hay cannot be properly
weighed at the town scales as the fence on the side holds
the load up. This should be investigated.
1905 The Tremont Hotel opened for business last
Monday, April 4th.

1885 There should be a culvert put in at the railroad


crossing on Main Street. This rush of water this spring has
cut a very dangerous hole there, extended halfway across
the street.

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2005 About as quickly as the doors were locked on


the empty SAAN store, posters went up in the windows
announcing that more was coming. Minnedosa is one of
four Westman SAAN stores selected to re-open.

1975 A light industry, which will be engaged in subcontracting machine parts and welding is about to be
established by two local men presently employed at
Agristeel. Dennis Wilkinson and Larry Cibula plan on
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Friday, April 10, 2015

Golden Agers Bowling Results


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owlers of the week are


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242 (+85T) and Robert
Hendry 195, 249 (+67T).

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191; Donna MacDonald
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Shirley Davies 183; Hazel
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Friday, April 10, 2015

4-H Communications Competition Results

Photo submitted

First place winners from the Zone 1 Communications Event. Back Row
(L-R): Haillee Addison, Daisy McKee, Lauren McKee, Viktor Popp.
Front Row: Katie Wright, MadisonTeichroeb, Allison Beaumont, Trent
Tomoniko, Elliot MacDonald, Shayla Woychyshyn and Rylee Paterson.
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Council held the Zone
1 Communications Competition at Minnedosa Collegiate on Sunday, March
8th. There were 52 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
trophy provided by our
various sponsors.
The results of the Zone
1 public speaking competition were as follows:
Cloverbud Public
Speaking: sponsored by
Minnedosa
Pharmacy,
Trent Tomoniko Neepawa Belles Beaux and Builders; second Carson Baker
Neepawa and Area Beef;
third Regan Teichroeb
Neepawa and Area Beef.
Cloverbud One Person Visual:
sponsored
by Beautiful Plains Credit
Union, Allison Beaumont
- Neepawa and Area Silver Spurs; second Sveinna
Bjarnarson-Neepawa and
Area Beef; third Ashley
Magnusson - Minnedosa
Multi-Purpose Club.
Junior Public Speaking: sponsored by Keystone Agriculture Producers, Madison Teichroeb
- Neepawa and Area Beef;
second Clair Tomoniko
Neepawa Belles Beaux
and Builders; third Kendall McCracken- Neepawa
Belles Beaux and Builders.
Junior One Person

Visual:
sponsored by
Beautiful Plains Credit
Union, Elliot MacDonald
Minnedosa Multi-Purpose
Club; second Lainie MuirGlenella
Multi-Purpose
Club; third Eden PearsonErickson 4-H Club.
Junior Two Person
Visual:
sponsored by
Minnedosa Credit Union,
Rylee
Paterson/Shayla
Woychyshyn-Erickson 4-H
Club; second Rylan Sumner/Jory Kulbacki-Neepawa Belles Beaux and Builders.
Intermediate
Public Speaking: sponsored
by Keystone Agricultural
Producers, Lauren McKee-Rapid City 4-H Rodeo
Club; second Erica Alex-

Minnedosa Western Riders; third Emily PearsonErickson 4-H Club.


Intermediate One Person
Visual: sponsored by Four
Seasons Repair, Broddi
Bjarnarson-Neepawa and
Area Beef; second Tristan
LaBelle-Minnedosa 4-H
for Teens.
Intermediate Two
Person Visual: sponsored
by Heritage Co-op, Hailee
Addison/Katie
WrightRapid City 4-H Rodeo
Club.
Senior Public Speaking: sponsored by Fenwicks Ltd., included the
presentation of the Fenwicks Trophy and scholarship, Daisy McKee-Rapid
City 4-H Rodeo Club; sec-

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ond Kelsey Ellis-Neepawa


and Area Silver Spurs; third
Dylan Oshanyk-Neepawa
and Area Beef.
Senior One Person
Visual: sponsored by Four
Seasons Repair, Viktor
Popp-Erickson 4-H Club;
second Leland BramleyMinnedosa 4-H for Teens.
These members were invited to give their presentations at the South Parkland
Area
Communications
Competition in Hamiota
on March 20th. South
Parkland Area stretches
from Neepawa all the way
west to Russell. There were
39 members participating in this event; members
that placed in each category were awarded an embroidered 4-H luggage bag
or engraved mug sponsored by South Parkland
Area 4-H Council, and first
place in each category (except Cloverbuds) will be
given the opportunity to
present at the provincial
level.
The results of the Area

public speaking competition were as follows:


Cloverbud Public
Speaking: Regan Teichroeb-Neepawa and Area
Beef; second Trent Tomoniko-Neepawa Belles
Beaux and Builders.
Cloverbud One Person Visual: Sveinna Bjarnarson-Neepawa and Area
Beef; second Allison Beaumont-Neepawa and Area
Silver Spurs.
Junior Public Speaking: Claire TomonikoNeepawa Belles Beaux
and Builders; second Jessica Young-Miniota Merry
4-Hers.
Junior One Person
Visual: Lainie Muir- Glenella Multi-Purpose Club;
second Tess McTavishKenton Kraftsmen.
Intermediate Public
Speaking: Lauren McKee- Rapid City 4-H Rodeo Club; second Olivia
Tolton-Kenton Kraftsmen.
Intermediate One
Person Visual: Broddi
Bjarnarson-Neepawa and

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Area Beef; second Tristan


LaBelle - Minnedosa 4-H
for Teens.
Intermediate Two
Person Visual: Haillee Addison/Katie Wright-Rapid
City 4-H Rodeo Club.
Senior One Person Visual: Viktor PoppNeepawa 4-H Club;
second Leland Bramley Minnedosa 4-H for Teens
Club.
Senior Two Person
Visual: Brooke Tolton and
Hanna Tolton-Kenton
Kraftsmen.
Senior Public Speaking: Marika Dewar-Norosky-Newdale 4-H Club;
second Daisy McKee-Rapid City 4-H Rodeo Club.
Congratulations
to
all the members for their
participation in communications, and good luck
to those who will represent
South Parkland at the Provincial 4-H Communications Extravaganza to be
held in Brandon on April
18th.

The Minnedosa Tribune

Friday, April 10, 2015

Waves of Hope
Starting 17th Season
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he Waves of Hope dragon boat


team will begin its 17th season in
2015. The team is one of many breast
cancer teams from around the world
whose collective mission is to raise
awareness for early detection of breast
cancer and promote activity to gain
strength. Waves of Hope provides outreach, information, hope and support
to women in western Manitoba.
Waves of Hope will hold its 13th
annual Spring Fashion Show May 6th in
Brandon.Please see the ad in this edition for more details. There will be two
shows, one in the afternoon and one
in the evening. Waves of Hope models
will showcase fashions from clothing
stores in Minnedosa, Neepawa, Souris
and Brandon. Waves of Hope models/
members, up to the age of 76, travel
from Forrest, Onanole, Ethelbert, Dauphin, Neepawa, Minnedosa, Sandy
Lake, Erickson, Rivers, Nesbitt, Baldur,
Brandon and Basswood.
Once again, organizers have
greatly appreciated the generous volunteer assistance for their event from

Brandon Firefighters/Paramedics and


Brandon Police Service.
Proceeds from the Fashion Show
go to Waves of Hope to help the team
raise awareness for early detection of
breast cancer and provide hope to men
and women after diagnosis. Dragon
boating is a great form of exercise for
the upper body. Waves of Hope consists of paddle members, steers persons and drummers as well as support
people on shore who help in many
ways. Together all the team members
demonstrate the health and fitness
benefits plus support for one another.
Waves of Hope begins the season
in March with dry land training at the
Sportsplex in Brandon. Once the ice is
off Minnedosa Lake (usually after May
long weekend) the team can launch
their beloved boat Kindred Spirit
for the paddling season. Practices are
Wednesday evenings all summer. The
team off ers Come and Try sessions
every season for anyone diagnosed
with breast cancer who would like to
try dragon boating. Waves of Hope
would love to welcome you to come
and try.

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By DARRYL HOLYK

he new Bantam baseball diamond under


development north of the
new Pioneer Century Field
at the MREC grounds was
the target of vandalism recently.
Sometime between
Saturday, March 28th
and Tuesday, March 31st,
vandals dismantled and

damaged two sections of


chain link fence located
along the south side of
the ball diamond. A vehicle was also driven up
the hill, through the opening in the fence and onto
the outfi eld. Not only did
this act cause feild damage resulting in deep
muddy ruts but may have
also damaged the underground irrigation lines on

the field.
At this time, the extent
and cost of the damage is
unknown and volunteers
are not yet sure if the underground lines will need
to be replaced.
If anyone has any
information about this
vandalism please contact
Minnedosa RCMP at 204867-2916.

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Friday, April 10, 2015

Mighty Midgets Are Minnedosa Bound


By VERN MAY

ed his career in the ring in


1999, is best known around
Call us vertically chalthe world by his ring name
lenged, call us little people, Short Sleeve Sampson, a
call us whatever you want, monicker by which he has
but what you need to re- appeared for the WWE,
member is that when you TNA Impact Wrestling and
sweep away the nonsense hundreds of other matchof whats politically cor- es across North America.
rect, you get down to busi- During his career he has
ness were midgets!, had the opportunity to
declared Dan DiLucchio work with and alongside
from his home in Brooklyn, some of the biggest names
New York when reached in the sport including Hulk
for interview about the up- Hogan, The Undertaker,
coming Midget Wrestling Shawn Michaels, Triple H
Warriors show taking place and countless others. Hes
at the Minnedosa Arena on excited for the upcoming
May 1st.
tour stop in Minnedosa,
Th e matches, being the first event for the Midgpresented by the Minnedo- et Wrestling Warriors fransa Recreation Commis- chise in rural Manitoba.
sion are being held as a
Weve run into the sitfundraising event for this uation a few times where
summers Canada Day fes- someone in a community
tivities here in town, and has undertaken to boycott
marks the first appearus, citing that we are beance of this popular attrac- ing exploited, says DiLuction in the community in chio. Its odd, because
at least two generations. our uniqueness is what
With an emphasis on fam- creates the opportunity for
ily-friendly entertainment, us to make a living in sport.
this is a night of action that Guys like me, Ive always
all ages will enjoy.
been athletic since I was a
DiLucchio, who startkid. But I also need to be

honest with myself the


NBA doesnt have a spot
for someone like me, Major
League Baseball doesnt
have any openings, and
on skates the NHL isnt
going to be any more inviting. Professional wrestling
is where I want to be, and
where I need to be. If I was
being exploited, I wouldnt
be here. So while they are
out there, presumably to
protect my interests, in
most cases, they are taking
food off my plate.
Last year, Dan was in
Las Vegas to receive honours from the Cauliflower
Alley Club a fraternal association of professional
wrestling which hosts an
annual reunion of wrestlings pioneers as well as
current personalities. Before a capacity crowd, DiLucchios speech provided
a context for himself and
others like him pursuing a
career in any field.
I dont want to be
known as someone who
is famous because theyre
short. Id rather be known
as someone who was great

at their work, who happens


to be short.
Evidence of that motto
can be seen in the variety of engagements that
Short Sleeve has tackled
throughout his career.
Whether against men of
his own size, or matches
against full-sized opponents, he has never failed
to thrill an audience.
Midget Wrestling Warriors is a relatively young
organization, having just
opened its doors in November 2014, but they
have already had such a
strong response that they
are touring regularly, including monthly appearances in Calgary, as well
as other tour stops. On
this campaign, dubbed the
Global Warfare tour, the
troupe will make only two
Manitoba
appearances
before heading west for
engagements in Saskatchewan, Alberta, and as far
west as Castlegar, British
Columbia.
In addition to Short
Sleeve Sampson, an international crew of wrestlers

Photo by Rachel Ling

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SANDY LAKE NEWS

NEWDALE NEWS
By RAVENS GLEN WI

arch 30th saw eight


members of the Early
Birds Club travel to Deloraine via the Shoal Lake
Handi-Van, for the North/
South 500 Playoffs. Th e
card gods were not with
our players that day, but everyone enjoyed a delicious
lunch and good fellowship.
On March 31st the
Newdale Horticulture Society welcomed Gwen Beam
and Esther Bryan from the
Brandon Garden Club.
These ladies gave a short
video presentation on Fairy
Gardens and then made
one, while the members
watched in awe. What a talent displayed by these two
ladies! The Fairy Garden is
at the Drop-In Centre and
will be raffled offat the May
Plant Sale.
Friends of Gwen Lee,
a former Newdale resident,
will be pleased to hear that
she has moved back to
Shoal Lake from Penticton.
She has taken up residence
at Lakeview Lodge and
would love a visit. Upon
selling their farm, Gwen
and her husband Ben retired to Qualicum Beach.
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and move back home.
We send sympathy to
the Dalke family, especially
Elaine (Dalke) Holmberg
who recently lost her brother-in-law, Keith Holmberg
in Virden. Keiths brother
Don, Elaines husband,
passed away several years
ago in Kitimat, BC where
they had lived for many
years. The Holmberg family were originally from the
Erickson area.
We also send condolences to Doug and Linda
Baker and family and Murray Carter and family on
the loss of Murrays brother, Roy of Clanwilliam. Roy
and Murray are the sons of
Allan and Eugenia (Gene)
Carter who retired to
Newdale many years ago
and purchased the Rungay house. Murray leads
the weekly prayer group
that meet at Lois Westons
home.
We were shocked to
hear of Judy Pedersens car
accident in Saskatchewan
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pleased to hear she is making good progress and hope
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Robin Young of Portage and Stacie Bradley of
Brandon, visited Bob and
Willene Young for Easter.
Good Friday, April 3rd,
had members from Cardale
and Strathclair churches
join us for a very meaningful service. Special excerpts
were read by members
from the Passion Story,
narrated by Irene Thomas
of Sandy Lake. Special music by Carol Dalgarno on
organ, Doreen Stapleton
on piano, Wendy Rose on
flute, the choir and soloist
Helen Hodge of Winnipeg,
set the mood for this solemn day of Jesus crucifixion. Lunch of hot-cross
buns, cheese and coffee
followed with a time of fellowship in the basement.
Easter Sunday service was celebrated at the
church on April 5th, again
with special music selections. Th e message reminded us that on the first
day of Jesus Resurrection,
it was more of a perplexing,
terrifying and amazing time
than a celebratory time.
Helen and her husband Ron Hodge were visiting the Stapletons in Sandy
Lake for Easter and it was a
pleasure to have them join
us for both our services.

ope everyone had


a Happy Easter and
Khrystos Voskres to all our
Ukrainian friends who will
be celebrating Easter on
the Julian calendar this
Sunday, April 12th.
Nice to see Barbara
Osadec home from spending a few days in Minnedosa Hospital.
Th e funeral for John
Boychuk was held in Brandon and interment was
here at the Municipal Cemetery.
Belated birthday greetings to Irene Shandala who
celebrated her 83rd birthday with coffee and cake at
the Drop-in Centre. Brian
Shandala and Louise Buckmire of Brandon visited
with Irene for a few days.
Lisa Rystephanuk of
Saskatoon, SK was home
for the Easter holidays.
Colin and Lesia Drul
and boys of Winnipeg
spent some of the school
break with Robert and Linda Lewandoski and took in
the winter fair in Brandon.
They also spent some time
with the Druls in Oakburn.
Sympathy is extended
to Carrie Ellchuk and family on the passing of husband Andy Ellchuk. Funeral service was held here
at the Ukrainian Catholic
Church and burial at the
Parish Cemetery.
Lloyd and Willine
Ewashko spent Easter with

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Out to help Helen
Derhak celebrate her 91st
birthday were Dennis and
Darlene Derhak, Janice
Duchominsky, Ken and
Angela Brookman of Winnipeg, Allan and Nancy
Derhak of Riding Mountain, John and Joan Derhak
of Oakburn, Darcy Wahoski
of Minnedosa and Diane
Bachewich. Helen treated everyone to a morning coff ee, birthday cake
and goodies at the Dropin Centre. The family all
gathered at John and Joan
Derhaks place in Oakburn
followed by fellowship and
games.
Laurence and Barbara Osadec visited with
son Jeff , Pam and grandchildren Anna and Emilia
Osadec in Calgary, AB for
a few days. Reporting that
Anna is doing very well after her surgery.
Congratulations
are
fl ying out to Leonard and
Pam Lewandoski on the
birth of their first grandson
born to son Luke and K.D.
Lewandoski of Winnipeg.
Leonard and Pam have two
other granddaughters.
Jenna
Rystephanuk
curled in a 16 and under
Tim Horton Bonspiel in
Winnipeg over the Easter
weekend. Her dad David
Rystephanuk accompanied
her to the city. Jenna also
won a silver medal at the
Curl Manitoba Asham U18
Mixed Doubles Championship at Melita Curling Club
on March 6th.
Celebrating
Easter
with Elsie Kowalchuk was
son Kevin of The Pas and
daughter Rhonda, Ryan
and Paige of Dauphin.
Sympathy is extended
to Danny Sichewski and

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wife Stella on Easter Sunday.
Best wishes to Darlene
Porter who has retired from
her job with the Manitoba
Public Insurance Co. in
Winnipeg. Husband Ken
and Darlene are building a
new home which they call
The Ponderosa and will be
making their retirement
here in Sandy Lake. Welcome!
Dennis and LaVerne
Lewandoski of Fort McMurray, AB spent Easter here and are on their
way to Hays and Victoria
Kanas, U.S.A. where they
will be attending the wedding of Bernie and Jean
Roths granddaughter Sara
Drisling on Saturday, April
11th. Also attending the
wedding are Garrett and
Pauline Lewandoski and
children, Richard and Bonnie Lewandoski and Gloria
Campbell.
Anthony and Olive
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Sadie Rystephanuk
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and sister Ann and family.

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wish to announce their
engagement and forth
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Minnedosa, MB at
St. Alphonsus Church at 2:00
p.m. Wedding Shower on
April 19th, 1:00 p.m.
at Service for Senior in
Minnedosa Main Street.
Celebrate our engagement
with us May 16th, 2015
at Franklin Hall.
Please drink responsibly.x

COMING EVENTS
Rapid City U.C.W. Spring
Smorg Sunday, April 12, 2015
starting at 5:00 p.m. at the
Rapid City United Church.
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Canadian Foodgrains Bank
is having their annual spring
fundraising banquet on April
19 at the Minnedosa Community Centre. Doors open
at 5:00 p.m. to view auction
items. The evening presentation is Two Farm Families a
World Apart Helping to End
Hunger. Tickets available at
Minnedosa Credit Union or
John at 204-867-5550. Contact Neil at 204-874-2206 or
Barry at 204-867-0042 to donate auction items. (1-5) x
Basswood Community
Hall Trivia Night, Saturday,
April 11th 7:30 p.m. Potluck
lunch. Contact Tim at 204210-0342. Liquor permit
#2009645. Please drink responsibly. (2-3) x
Erickson Lutheran Choir
invites you to our 25th annual
evening of Song and Fellowship entitled Silver Threads
Woven Together in Song at
Erickson Lutheran Church
on Sunday, April 26, 2015 at
6:30 p.m. Tickets available
evenings and weekends from:
Sue Riediger 204-848-4879 or
Benita Nylen 204-636-2533.
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47th Annual Lundar Bull
Sale, April 18, 2015. For sale:
Gelbvieh, Hereford, Simmental, Saler, Angus, Limousin,
Charolais. Sale time 1:00 p.m.
Sale held at Lundar Sale Barn.
Where the good bulls come.
Auctioneer: Bud Bergner,
Ashern. Contact Jim at 204467-8809 or Connie at 204739-5264. Visit our catalogue
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Gigantic annual Gun and


Hobby Show in Dauphin, MB.
Saturday, April 18th 10:00
a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; Sunday, April
19th 10:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m.
at 304 Whitmore Ave. (8th
Ave. Hall). Admission $5.00,
under 12 free with adult. Approximately 80-8 foot tables
may contain guns and related
items, military items, hobby,
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 204-4444690. (3-2) x
Minnedosa Relay for
Life is having a Kickoff Party
for this years relay on Friday,
April 10, 2015 from 7:00 p.m.
9:00 p.m. at the Legion Club
Rooms! Come out for some
entertainment, take advantage of the $5 registration fee
for that night and win some
prizes. Help us to honour all
of those affected by cancer, to
support those who are fighting, and to build towards a
future without cancer! (3-2) x
Trivia Nite Friday, April
24, 2015 at the Clanwilliam
Hall. Doors open at 7:00 p.m.
Questions begin at 7:30 p.m.
Advance Tickets only $10.00
each and lunch included. To
enter a team and purchase
tickets contact Liz Davies at
204-865-2429 or 204-8674235. Members and invited
guests, please drink responsibly. (1-2/4-2) x

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Friday, April 10, 2015

COMING EVENTS
Expressive Dance with
Crystal presents... A storyline which features dancing
and acting. Writer, Director,
Choreographer and Instructor Crystal Scott. Loosely
based on Familiar Toys. Toys
To The Rescue. Toys come to
life and find themselves on a
real rescue mission; to find a
lost toy. 26th Annual Dance
Shows 2014-2015. Friday,
May 8th at 7:00 p.m. and Saturday, May 9th at 1:00 p.m. at
the Strathclair Bend Theatre.
Purchase tickets in advance;
Friday, April 24th 8:00 a.m.
6:00 p.m., Saturday, April 25th
9:00 a.m. 12 noon, Main
Floor and Balcony $10.00.
Come buy reserved seat tickets at Crystals Dance Studio
in Minnedosa (102 3rd Ave
N.W.) or call 204-867-2446
(starting 3 p.m. on April 24th).
Tickets might be available at
the door but dont wait til its
too late! (4/6-3) x
ANTIQUE & COLLECTIBLE SALE! Huge Spring
Event!! Largest of the season. Over 200 tables! Friday,
April 17, 5 p.m. - 9 p.m. and
Saturday, April 18th, 10 a.m.
- 4 p.m., $5 per person. Assiniboia Downs, 3975 Portage
Ave., Winnipeg. Great Selection. FREE PARKING. x
The 19th Annual Manitoba Baseball Hall of Fame
& Museum Induction Dinner will be held in Morden
on June 6, 2015. Tickets may
be obtained by contacting
Jack Hrehirchuk at 204-6386923, 204-648-6395 or jhrehirchuk@wcgwave.ca, David
Olsen at 204-284-8728 or
dholsen@mymts.net, or Joe
Wiwchar at 204-822-4636 or
mbbbhof@mymts.net. Deadline for ticket sales is May 15,
2015. x
The Minnedosa Performing Arts Committee
(Expressions Concert Series)
annual general meeting will
be Tuesday, April 21st at 7:30
p.m. at the Minnedosa Provincial Building. All are welcome. For more information
call Lori at 867-5232. (4-2)
Minnedosa Minor Hockey AGM Tuesday, April
28th 7:30 p.m. at Minnedosa
Arena; contact Ken Morrice
(MMAA President for more
information: 204-867-3890).
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2015. Thanks also go to our
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say thank you to the health
care staff that cared for Mom
(Elaine) during her short stay
in hospital. A special thanks
to Tess Meadows for the special time spent with her. To
the many family and friends
that provided comfort and
support during Moms final
days. As well a thank you for
all the food, flowers, thought
and prayers sent our way during that time. It is very much
appreciated.

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THANKS
Some years the Pancake
Breakfast is organized by Ag.
in the Classroom, this year,
we did not qualify for this
program. We were so lucky to
have great support from our
community members to make
it such a success. Pancake Batter - Parrish and Heimbecker;
Pancake Syrup - Burgess Food
Store; Sausages - Smittys Restaurant and Viterra; Butter
and Oil - Credit Union; Monetary donation - Royal Bank
and Bayer and Ray Baloun;
Monetary donation -Farm
Credit Corporation; Fruit (Bananas and Oranges) - Heritage Co-op; Milk and Chocolate Milk - Milk Producers;
Saskatoon Pancake Syrup Lois Hudon; Grill and Cooks Minnedosa Lions Club; Community Helpers - Richardson
Pioneer, Minnedosa Credit
Union, Minnedosa Royal
Bank, Heritage Co-op, Manitoba Milk Producing Farm
Boys - Ian Smith and Hayden
Donahoe, Ray Baloun; Yogurt and Juice Boxes - Junior
High Student Council. Thank
you all for supporting our
pancake breakfast. This year
to give back to our awesome
community, we asked each
child to bring a canned good
or non-perishable item to be
donated to the food bank.
Thank you to all the community members who came out
and donated time. We really
enjoyed our presentation by
Ray Baloun. Thank you to
everyone who helped. YOU
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IN MEMORIAM

In Loving Memory
DEBORAH JANET
(COOPER) SIDE
1954 - 2010
Each and every day we
miss you and your
beautiful smile.
Five years.
Love Mum and Dad
and All the Family. x

In Loving Memory of
SOPHIE ELLCHUK
MARCH 27TH, 1932
MARCH 31ST, 2014
Sadly missed by family and
friends. x

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Friday, April 10, 2015

OBITUARIES
DONNA JOYCE MILLER
(nee SAMPLE)
SEPTEMBER 9TH, 1932 FEBRUARY 13TH, 2015
Donna Joyce Miller (nee
Sample) 82 years, beloved wife
of Bill Miller of Lions Manor,
formerly of Justice, passed
away lovingly surrounded by
her family at her residence, Rideau Park Personal Care Home.
Left to cherish Joyces memory
are her loving husband, Bill Miller, and their children- the five Js
Jim and Cathy, Joanne and
Jim Boyd, Jack and Arleen, Janet and
Brent Campbell, Jeff and Kim, eleven
grandchildren; Michelle Miller and Dustin Hargreaves, Heather
Miller and Rob Brown, Jonathan Miller and Mackenzie Hales,
Janelle, Ryan and Sarah Boyd, Allan and Kimmy Miller, Meghan
and Bryce Cronkrite, Kyle and Kristen Campbell, Kristie and
A.J. Miller and two great grandchildren; Rudy Cronkrite and
Piper Boyd. Joyce also leaves to cherish her memory, Bills sister, Marie and Art Williamson and their children Linda, Lorie,
Louise, Barb, Bev, Lawrence and their families. She has relatives
from coast to coast across Canada.
Joyce was the only child of James Augustus (Gus) and Margaret Sample. A beautiful baby girl, Joyce, was born at her parents home in Rapid City, MB. Joyce attended school in Rapid
City and was known for her lovely handwriting and good grades.
She belonged to C.G.I.T. and loved sports. Joyce met Bill when
she attended Brandon College in 1949 where she roomed with
Bills sister, Marie. After 3 years at Winnipeg General Hospital,
and many fond memories of nursing training, Joyce graduated
as a R.N. in 1953. She attended her class reunions for a number
of years, renewing her friendships with those she trained with.
Joyce worked at Minnedosa Hospital. Joyce and Bill were married at Rapid City on January 28th, 1954 and they celebrated
61 years of marriage on January 28th, 2015. Bill and Joyce lived
together on the farm in the Justice area until 2013. Joyce loved
her family and took great joy in husband Bill, children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Joyce was very creative and
loved organizing events and was an excellent cook. Joyce was
very involved with the Justice Community and Justice United
Church and U.C.W. She played the piano and played the organ
at Justice Church for 15 years, and sang in the choir. With their
5 children born in 6 years, was very involved with Baby Band,
and was a 4-H Leader. She loved to read and was an avid curler
and golfer. Joyce was a very special woman, a good friend, and
a very passionate and caring person, with a wonderful personality, and was always patient and kind with a wonderful smile.
Throughout her life Joyce was blessed with many wonderful
friends and neighbours. Bill and Joyce shared many fun times
with new and old friends wintering in Hawaii and Mesa, AZ
for over 35 years. Joyce was also very blessed to have shared so
many special memories with her husband Bill who visited her
every day during her stay at Rideau Park for the past 22 months.
The family would like to sincerely thank all the staff at Rideau
Park for their dedicated care. A private graveside service for the
family will be held at Humesville Cemetery. The family invites
you to a memorial service on Friday, April 17th, 2015 at Central
United Church in Brandon at 2 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Joyce may be made to Humesville Cemetery, c/o Gordon Link, Box 29, Forrest, MB. R0K 0W0. Expressions of sympathy may be made at www.memorieschapel.com.
Arrangements with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre,
204-727-0330.
A Mother holds her childrens hands for a while, and their
hearts forever

HARRIET ELAINE SALER


AUGUST 4TH, 1932 MARCH 5TH, 2015
Harriet Elaine Saler, beloved wife of the late Louis Saler
passed away at the Minnedosa Health Centre. She was born in
Oakner, Manitoba. Elaine was the youngest daughter of Harry
and Mary Knight. She grew up on the family farm. Elaine received her education in Oakner and moved to Winnipeg to obtain her secretarial diploma. It was there she met her husband
Louis and they were married on April 19th, 1952. Shortly after
they purchased a farm just up the hill from Lous family farm on
Riverdale Road and they lived there for 52 years before retiring
to Minnedosa in 2003.
Elaine loved to crochet, golf and curl but her favourite pass
time was playing cards. She was an active member of the Rapid City and Minnedosa Legion Senior Centres. She was also a
member of the Rebeccas. Elaine enjoyed many years of camping with family and friends and wintering in Weslaco, Texas and
Victoria, B.C. After retiring to town she spent many hours playing cards with friends at home and at the Senior Centre.
Elaine was predeceased by her husband Louis, her parents
Harry and Mary, her sisters Edythe Womak, Beatrice Hunter,
Norma Thomson, and her brother Charlie Knight. Elaine is survived by her sons Rick (Sheryl), Randy (Cindy) and daughter Joanne (Ken) Landry. Six grandchildren; Melissa (Michael) Grenier, Matthew (Adrienne) Saler, Travis (Kim) Saler, Regan (Joel)
Bouwman, Wyatt and Shaela Landry. Great grandchildren;
Evander and Aubrielle Grenier, Clara Saler, Brooklyn and Benin
Bouwman. Also left to mourn are her sister Olive McLenehan,
numerous nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews.
Funeral service was held in the Minnedosa United Church
on Monday, March 9th, 2015 with Rev. Natasha Pearen officiating with the interment following in the Minnedosa Cemetery.
Wyatt Landry carried his Grandmas urn and the rest of the
grandchildren served as honorary pallbearers.
If friends so desire memorial tributes may be made to the
Cancer Society, the Diabetic Association or a charity of your
choice. Minnedosa Funeral Service was in care of the arrangements.

ROY MITCHELL CARTER


DECEMBER 15TH, 1950 MARCH 29TH, 2015
Roy Carter passed away peacefully at the Minnedosa Hospital. Roy lived his entire life on the farm in the Empire District.
He attended Empire School and Minnedosa Collegiate. He was
predeceased by his parents, Allen and Eugene Carter and one
brother, Calvin. His greatest interest was in his horses and anything to do with them. He loved to fix things and to help build
carts to use with his horses. He enjoyed passing time with the
coffee crowd at Rosies where he listened to horse stories and
all the events of the day. His first priority was fellowshipping in
the Evangelical Covenant Church where he found peace with
God by receiving Jesus Christ into his life in 2011. He was a
quiet, selfless man and a friend of everyone. He is survived by
his brother Murray Carter and wife Florence of Minnedosa, a
sister Beryl Ludwig and her husband Christopher of Enderby,
B.C., three nieces and two nephews. The funeral service was
held at the Covenant Church Saturday, April 4th at 2:00 p.m.
with the burial in Boyd Cemetery. Memorial gifts may be given
to the Missionary Fund of the Covenant Church.
Minnedosa Funeral Service in care of arrangements.

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OCTOBER 23RD, 1915 MARCH 30TH, 2015
It is with great sadness that we
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father, grandfather and great
grandfather at the age of 99 with
his family by his side at Brandon
Regional Health Centre in Brandon, MB.
He was born at Clanwilliam,
MB. He married Doris Norden on
August 7th, 1946. They farmed at
Rapid City for many years before
moving to Minnedosa in 1976, where they
enjoyed playing cards with friends and socializing. In 2007,
they moved to Victoria Landing in Brandon. At the retirement
residence Dad enjoyed many a pool game and many other recreational activities with Cecil, Archie, Murray and Richard.
A big thank you to all the staff at Victoria Landing for their
care and dedication. Dad was very appreciative of all the help
he received.
Ernie served with the PPCLI and was stationed overseas during WWII. He was a Legion Member in Rapid City and later
Minnedosa. He recently received his 70 year membership pin.
He was predeceased by his son Hughie on February 23rd,
2012, his wife Doris on April 13th, 2012, his parents Harry and
Annie Bayes, brothers Levi, Raymond and Fred.
He is survived by his daughters Hazel (Kent) Taylor of Halifax,
NS; Joyce (Ron) Hay of Winnipeg, MB; Son Brian Bayes of Winnipeg, MB and daughter Donna (Vernon) Lamb of Brandon,
MB; Daughter-in-law Dianne Bayes of Prince George, BC; 8
grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren, his brothers Arthur
(Helen) and Cecil and numerous nieces and nephews.
During his retirement years Dad and Mom travelled to Hawaii, Las Vegas, Sweden and spent various winters in Texas, Arizona and Victoria, BC.
The family would like to thank the home care workers, nurses,
doctors and staff of 4th floor for their exceptional care while he
was there.
A funeral service was held on Thursday, April 2nd, 2015 in
the Minnedosa Funeral Chapel, with Rev. Natasha Pearen officiating. Interment followed in the Minnedosa Cemetery Legion
Section.
Minnedosa Funeral Service in care of arrangements.

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Connections


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is seeking part time kitchen and
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season. Term of employment will
be from mid-May through the end of
September. Must be available to work
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Attn: Deb Pritchard
Box 1191
Minnedosa, MB
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ympathy is extended
to Tracy and Darcy
Bramley and family and
to Clayton and Margaret
Wareham and family on
the passing of their Uncle
Ernie Bayes.
Jean and Grant
Olenick hosted Easter
Sunday for the MacDonald
family.
Clayton
and
Margaret
Wareham
accompanied by Lloyd
Abel have just returned
from a fishing trip to The
Pas.
Henry and Phyllis
Winder hosted their family
on Easter Sunday.
Easter visitors
with Jim and Nancy Greer
were Brian, Pat, Brittany,
Amy and Pim Phillips,
Norman and Cathy Todd,
David, Crystal and Melody
Todd, Ken and Irene
Phillips all of Brandon;
Gary and Mary, Julianne
and Sarah Phillips of Rapid
City, Shaun, Christine and
Hunter Greer of Kemnay

and Jason, Alix and Emma


Cruikshank of Saskatoon,
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Congratulations
to Glen and Loreen Jackson
on the Easter arrival of
a new granddaughter in
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are Dennis and XIN
Jackson.
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visitors
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Wareham
were
Ian
Wareham from Athabasca,
AB; Alex Abel, Dean
and Teresa Wareham,
Gwen Hoffman, Terry
Colleen,
Shayla
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Minnedosa and Andre
and Carolyn Robson of
Cadurcis.
Glen
and
Loreen Jackson spent
Easter
Sunday
with
other members of the
MacDonald family at the
home of Gene and Anna
Finlay of Rapid City. Curtis,
Patricia and Coen Fehr of
Brandon
accompanied
Glen and Loreen for the
Finlay Easter.

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