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Canadian Heritage.

Volume 134 Issue 21

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Friday, August 5, 2016

A Modern Office
Complex For
Main Street

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By DARRYL HOLYK

enders are expected to close this week on the proposed


administration building being constructed for Heritage
Co-op at the corner of Main Street and 2nd Avenue S.E.
The new complex being proposed will be a two storey
building with approximately 4,000 square feet on each floor.
The first floor (ground level) will feature retail/office space
for two tenants facing Main Street. The two expected tenants
for these spaces are MNP and Alexander Jackson Law Office.
The remainder of the first floor will house the Heritage Co-op
accounting department and more front line staff who deal
frequently with the public. The second floor will feature the
Co-op board room, staff room and offices for the General
Manager, Human Resources department, etc. Plans include
having one vacant office available on each floor to cover future growth or new positions which may arise within the Heritage Co-op family.
A basic layout and design from Federated Co-operatives
Limited shows the main entrance to the Heritage Co-op offices on the south side of the building, facing the current food
store parking lot with entrances to the two rental spaces on
the west side facing Main Street.
Lorne Zacharias, General Manager for Heritage Co-op, indicated he is hopeful that construction on the new building can
begin in six to eight weeks. If all goes as planned and the project
is completed on schedule, staff could be moving into their new
offices as early as March 2017. The budget for the new building
project comes in at over one million dollars.
Once the new building is constructed, the offices of MNP
and Alexander Jackson Law Office can relocate into the new
space facing Main Street. Once this move is complete, the
current building housing these offices (formerly Step-A-Bout
Shoes/Johns Tax Service) will be demolished. As the space
this building currently occupies is not large enough to add another row of parking for the food store parking lot, it has been
decided to turn the property into green space to add to the
overall appearance of the front entrance of the new administration complex. Plans are also in place to use some of the
stones salvaged from the Pearson Block/Bruce Building in the
green space design. Possibilities may include a stone monument and stone detail along the main entrance walkway. An
additional row of parking is expected along the east side of the
new building.
Once the new building is occupied, many have been wondering what will happen to the second floor of the Heritage
Co-op Food Market which currently houses the operations administration offices. Zacharias indicated that this space will be
converted into offices for the stores fresh department managers such as the bakery and deli, produce and meat departments. Some of the space will also be used as a training area.

Mac Holt is thrown from the back of


the bull, Lonely Boy, during the finale
of Saturday nights Heartland Rodeo.

Photo by Darryl Holyk

By DARRYL HOLYK

erfect summer weather was


enjoyed by cowgirls, cowboys
and rodeo fans as the Minnedosa
Rodeo grounds came alive for the
12th annual Minnedosa Heartland
Rodeo this past Saturday and Sunday.
Year two at the new rodeo
grounds built on the past success
and growth of the local rodeo with
an estimated 1,500 people taking
in the August long weekend rodeo.
The local rodeo draws competitors, spectators and vendors from

a large area with some travelling


quite a distance to get here. One
of this years young muttin busters was from across the pond in
England and took part in the rodeo
while in visiting Minnedosa.
Mayor Ray Orr and his wife
Cheryl, took in this years rodeo,
volunteered at the entrance gate
and were impressed at what they
saw. They sure have that thing
organized to a tee, it just runs like
clockwork.
In addition to the main Heartland Rodeo performances, held
both Saturday and Sunday, the lo-

cal rodeo also featured a Manitoba


Barrel Racing Association 3D event
Saturday morning and Human
Chuckwagon races as an entertaining attraction Sunday. In addition to the always popular muttin
bustin (riding a sheep), numerous other childrens activities were
held throughout the weekend included a petting farm, miniature
train rides, diggin for gold (unearthing coins in a sand pile) and
face painting.

Continued
on Page 8

The Minnedosa Tribune

Friday, August 5, 2016

Saler Participates In International Consultation


By RYAN THORPE

hen Jessica Saler


was 16 years old she
took a trip to the mall that
would change her life.
It was her birthday
and she left the house
with the intention of
shopping. While there she
noticed a booth and began speaking to the individual operating it. It was
a World Vision booth that
was lined with pictures of
young children. After the
woman at the booth explained a bit about the organization, Saler decided
to sponsor a child.
I didnt have a passion in my life yet and I
wasnt sure what I wanted
to do with my time, said
Saler. I thought that this
would be a great way to
give back. I was quite
grateful for everything
I had in my life, so I decided to sponsor this little
boy. You dont even notice the 39 dollars gone
out of your account. It can
mean so little to you (the

money), but be so huge


for someone else.
This started Saler on
a path that recently took
her all the way to Toronto,
where on July 3rd and 4th
she was a participant at
the International Development Youth Consultation, organized by World
Vision and Global Affairs.
She was one of only six
people to be selected by
the Canadian government to be flown out for
the event, where they
were joined by nine other local youths involved
with international development charity work.
It was really awesome, said Saler. It was
great. It can be hard in a
small town to find people
who have the same interests so it was really reassuring to go somewhere
where there were other
youths who were just as
passionate about it.
It was cool to see
how other people had
gotten kids motivated
and the projects that they

had been involved with


I found that by the end
of it your brain was fried.
They really dug deep and
pushed you to the limit.
They wanted to push you
to see just how you could
really make a difference,
not just on an international level but on a local
one as well.
A year after signing up as a World Vision
sponsor, Saler took a trip
to Uganda with her father
where she was able to
visit her sponsor child in
his home community. In
Uganda she was not only
able to see exactly where
her donations were going, but also the tangible
impact they were having.
Following her return from
the trip, Saler became a
World Vision Youth Ambassador.
I realized how much
of a difference the money
I sent made to him, said
Saler. Within a year his
health had improved and
he was going to school.
Someone can send 40

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World Vision and Global Affairs in Toronto, ON.
dollars a month and
that would be nothing to
them, but it can change
someones life. And it
makes me wish more people knew about it and the
difference it can make.
On May 15th, Saler
organized
Minnedosa
World Vision Walk which
raised over $2,000 for
child protection, which
she describes as her true
passion. Its a passion Saler will be able to explore
in full this coming school

year as she has been accepted into the University


of Winnipegs International Development Program.
All of the classes Im
in, Im just so excited for,
said Saler, especially after going to Toronto and
seeing the kind of environment I could be in
after graduating. My parents have always taught
us that we need to give
back. Theyve been such
a huge influence and

theyve always stressed


that.
This is something
Im very proud of and really enjoy doing. Im so
happy to see the impact
Ive made and if sharing
my story has a positive
impact on others then Ill
share it with anyone.

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Friday, August 5, 2016

The New Heritage Co-op Offi ce Building


The preliminary design from Federated
Co-operatives Limited, pictured at right, give an
idea of what the new development at the corner
of Main Street and Second Avenue S.E. may look
like. The front entrance to the Heritage Co-op
administration building will be located on the
south side and feature green space and a stone
monument using stones salvaged from the
Pearson Block/Bruce Building. The west side
of the building, facing Main Street will feature
two rental spaces to be occupied by MNP
and Alexander Jackson Law Office.

Main
Street

Loverboy Still Makes The Ladies Swoon!


By VERN MAY

the shower of undergarments toward the stage as


Michael Reno has
well.
my bra!, exclaimed a noTh e weekend started
ticeably flushed patron af- on a high note with clear
ter Saturday nights show skies and warm temperastealing performance by tures that contributed to a
Loverboy at Rockin the festive atmosphere. While
Fields of Minnedosa. Can fi nal numbers were not
you imagine?, she contin- known as of press time, it
ued, Im 51 years old and appeared that attendance
my bra fi nally made it on was up from last year,
Loverboys stage!
which is encouraging conBy the time they struck
sidering that the embattled
the fi rst note on their loonie earlier this year inshow-closing 1985 hit, fl uenced the events line
Lovin Every Minute Of up. With an all-Canadian
It, Loverboy had captured slate of acts this year, the
the sentiment of the en- festival was on track to
tire crowd on hand up to hit the ball out of the park
that point of the weekend again.
as they capped off the second night of the thirteenth
annual Rockin the Fields
festival. Long time fans of
the band that first took the
stage together in 1979 were
impressed that lead singer
Mike Reno and company
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it was apparent that they
havent missed a step in
their appeal with the ladies
as well, as evidenced by

With headliners such


as 54/40, Streetheart and
Age of Electric on the bill,
the main stage acts were
supported by a great line
up of emerging bands as
well on the Heritage Coop stage. Rave reviews
poured in throughout the
weekend for Creedence
Clearwater Revival tribute
act The Travellin Band
as the standout from the
upper stage.
For the superstitious,
the myth of unlucky 13
may have factored into
Sunday nights finale. With
reports of funnel clouds
spotted south of Yorkton
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the highly anticipated
performance by Our Lady
Peace was cut short after
only three songs. The decision to leave the stage
was not a popular one with
patrons, many who made
the trip for the single days
festivities. Within minutes
of the decision to stop the
show, the Toronto-based

band was already back


on their bus and making a discreet exit. While
the weather situation did
clear up enough to allow
Rock Candy to close out
the weekend on the upper
stage, there were some disappointed fans departing
from the grounds as the
festival came to a close.
Despite the unfortu-

nate deletion from the line


up, the scene on the sites
campground at noon on
Monday illustrated that
some visitors were reluctant to see the weekend
come to an end, with many
campers still scattered
about the fields, perhaps
already pre-eventing for
next years festival.

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Around
Town...

By Darryl Holyk

coming full circle...

We have all heard the old saying History repeats itself. I think there is definitely some truth in that statement. For proof check out this weeks Ye Old Trib column
for 1936. Sound familiar?

station plans...

Minnedosa Heritage Inc (Save Our Station) has been


in touch with the local Heritage Village committee and
discussions are underway regarding some sort of railway
station presence at the village grounds. The SOS group is
considering a few options. One includes building a replica station on the museum grounds. The group has also
been looking at two old station buildings and if one of
these is selected could be moved down to the Heritage
Village for use as a local railroad museum. It will depend
on how the cost analysis of each option works out, but
Ye Old Editor is certainly most in favour of saving an old
building and having it moved to the Heritage Village over
new construction.

Special guests...

The Tribune had a few special visitors drop by to see


us this past week. Former Tribune Publisher Bob Mummery and his wife Joyce stopped in Tuesday morning for
a visit and tour of the old shop. About an hour later, their
daughter, Jennifer dropped by for a visit. Bob began his
career at The Tribune as a high school student during the
Earle Gordon era and later purchased the paper which
he ran from 1989 to 2006. Jen then took the reigns and
served as publisher until 2008. It was great to see my former employers again and hope they enjoyed their visit
back to sunny Manitoba!

Who knew?

Did you know that here in Manitoba August is designated Bacon Month? Me neither! Manitoba is apparently
the bacon capital of Canada with the Maple Leaf Plant in
Winnipeg being the largest bacon processing facility in
the country! It produces more than 25 million kilograms
of bacon each year.

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Friday, August 5, 2016

Lets Imagine
move into a commercial location? I wonder if there
are existing businesses that would benefit from expanding to downtown or if we send up the beacon to
entrepreneurs far and wide about the potential that
exists for them here.
By
Whats most important is that we dont develop
tunnel vision to see both North and South Main
street as it is and ignore the possibility of growth.
EDO, Minnedosa & Area CDC
The Roco property across the street from the Husky
gas station was recently put on the market. I wonder
ith great amusement, I have entertained the if it is possible that this prime location could be used
ideas of my five year old son about what could for more than just as a hangout for the twenty-somebe done with the hole in the ground that currently things that have nothing better to do but hang out of
exists at Main Street and Second Avenue Southeast. their cars and watch traffic go by. Do we simply not
I have to admit that his vision isnt all that bad either. see that anymore?
In fact, if I thought he could secure the support of
There is a vacant offi ce space in the Liberty Physcouncil, I might hand over my keys and direct him to iotherapy building, with ramp access from the north
march forward on his agenda.
door. What professional services or shop would be
To my son, Minnedosa presents an exciting slate
suitably accommodated in a building shared with a
of opportunities. It didnt escape him that the vacant physiotherapist and a chiropractic office? These are
space with the large, high fence around it seems like the topics that we must explore if we want to ensure
an ideal location for a downtown swimming pool. Of that Minnedosa has a future and side steps the fate
greatest benefit is that the location is right next door of so many other towns on the Manitoba landscape
to the gas station for slurpees. Of course, there are that have slowly devolved to dust.
other plans for the site that we know about and will We will always have a segment of our population
soon get our first look at. But Im suggesting that we that doesnt want to change anything. They have
should all let our imaginations wander a bit. For you grown accustomed to things as they are. Inversely,
see, change is happening, and it is to our benefit to we will also have folks that want to see change for the
consider whats happening and be prepared to make sake of change. There is a happy medium, though,
our move.
and that involves fi rst identifying the opportuniWe are now weeks away, I understand, from the
ty, attracting the investment, and identifying why
removal of the St. Johns Building on Main Street, a Minnedosa is the place that they want to set down
site that has been the topic of much discussion in the some roots both personally and professionally.
short time that I have been in Minnedosa. What is Looking ahead to our future, what potential do
the best solution to occupy that space as it becomes you see for business development and investment
vacant? Should we be open to something that re- attraction in Minnedosa and area?
sembles our traditional Main Street commercial on Manitobas Valley Paradise is created by its peothe main floor, with residential up top? Should we be ple and we need to talk. You can find me under the
hopeful that a developer is interested in the property Discover Minnedosa on Main Street, reach me by
as a business incubator, facilitating the opportunity e-mail at edo@minnedosa.com, call me at 204-867for home-based businesses that want to expand to 3885, or keep up with the action on Facebook.

Living in
Paradise

VERN MAY

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Friday, August 5, 2016

West Nile Virus Update


By RYAN THORPE

really be encouraged
to adopt precautionary
n July 29th, Mani- measures to minimize the
toba Health released riskthe key message is
its first West-Nile Virus that prevention is really
(WNV) update of the the first line of defense.
summer, reporting that As of July 29th, there
its mosquito surveillance are currently four adult
program has identified mosquitoes which have
the first Culex-tarsalis been found to be carrying
mosquitoes infected with WNV. In both 2014 and
WNV in Manitoba this 2015, there were five huyear.
man cases of WNV. There
The infected mosquiare no reported human
toes were taken from the cases so far in 2016.
areas of Altona, West St.
There are currently
Paul and Winkler during permanent
mosquito
the week of July 20th . The traps set up in 29 comnumber of Culex-tarsalis munities in southern
mosquitoes collected by Manitoba to monitor the
the program, which is population of Culex-tarthe species most likely to salis mosquitoes, includtransmit the virus, is on ing one in Minnedosa.
the rise.
The traps are generally
So in Manitoba they
established in commudid notice that there were nity or public parks, as
some mosquito traps that well as private backyards
were positive back in May and residences. Mosquiof this year, said Dr. Amy toes are taken from the
Frykoda, Medical Offi- traps and sent to either
cer of Health at Prairie Brandon or Winnipeg
Mountain. It was a very, for identification. If they
very low number, but now are indeed Culex-tarsalis
we see that the numbers mosquitoes, they are then
are picking up.
sent away for further testThis is the time of
ing to see if they are caryear when the number rying WNV.
of Culex-tarsalis mosquiThe highest risk petoes and infection rates riod for WNV is from midare increasing, so there- July to the end of August,
fore individuals should as warm, dry climate is

ideal for the development


and activity of the Culextarsalis. Manitoba Health
will continue to provide
information
regarding
the risk of WNV throughout the summer.
WNV is transmitted
throughout
mosquito
bites and can cause severe illness, including encephalitis (swelling of the
brain) and sometimes results in long term complication and death. While
human cases are rare, the
elderly and those with
weakened or compromised immune systems
are most susceptible to
WNV.
Individuals can reduce the risk of contracting WNV by using
appropriate mosquito repellent, wearing light-coloured and loose-fitting
clothing,
maintaining
door and window screens

and eliminating standing water around their


homes.
They are quite low
[human cases], said Dr.
Frykoda. In any area
where there are actually
carrier mosquitoesvery
few of those actually have
the West-Nile Virus in
them. So very few of the
people actually bitten by
Culex-tarsalis
mosquitoes would be infected
with the West-Nile Virus
and would become seriously ill.
So the risk is low,
but the unfortunate reality is if you did get WestNile there is a chance you
could become severely ill.
Most people, and the stat
is about 70 to 80 per cent
of people, they develop
either no symptoms or
very mild symptomsbut
a small portion can get
severe illness.

1886 Mr. Pat Burns, the cattle dealer, was in town last
week purchasing hogs for the Montreal market. He was
making up six carloads.
1896 The recently completed Thompson Livery Stable (site of current Minnedosa Community Conference
Centre) is one of the best in the province. It is of stone,
60 x 110 and is fitted with single, double and box stalls. It
has good water on the premises, is well lighted and having easy access. It has harness and robe room and a commodious office.
1906 It is very probable that Minnedosa will have the
needed addition to the C.P. station accommodation. Authorities have stated it will be a two-storey frame building, 20 feet square, added to the east side of the present
structure.
1916

Jas. Vann of Franklin advertised that a 33 x 4


rubber tire, chain tread and rim off a Studebaker car was
lost between Brandon and Minnedosa Friday evening. A
suitable reward will be paid to anyone who returns it to
Shaws Garage in Minnedosa.

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1936 Town Council is giving serious consideration to


the possibility of a new rink. The current skating rink has
been condemned by the health offi cer and there have
been numerous complaints and inquiries concerning
the need for a public skating rink.
1956 A Kinsmen Club has been formed in Minnedosa
with eleven members signing up and four more signifying their readiness. Walter Weir has been voted in as
president with Craig Stewart as secretary.
1976 The Horticultural Society had awarded Valley
Motor Lodge and the Municipal offices the titles of Best
planted and cared for premises.
1986 A safe removed from Cardale Post Office during

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Friday, August 5, 2016

NEWDALE NEWS
By RAVENS GLEN WI

iniota held their


Shirtsleeve Bonspiel
July 5th to 10th with a record thirty six rinks entered.
The Newdale rink of Robert
Lamb, Bob Young, David
and Helen Caird enjoyed
the hospitality! A delicious
roast beef supper was held
Saturday night. Also, Dennis Pedersen curled with
the Ron Anderson rink
from Shoal Lake.
Gordon and Enid
Clark visited with Don and
Leila Darker on July 9th in

Miniota and also watched


daughter Donna and Brian
Scott curl in the bonspiel.
Congratulations
to
Christie Morris, daughter of
Roger and Janine, who was
selected to play ball with
Team Manitoba and will attend the under 16 Girls National Baseball Championship to be held August 18th
to 22nd in Vaughan, ON,
playing fi rst base. Good
luck Christie and Team MB!
Rudy Pedersen played
ball with the Neepawa
Midget team this season
and they played in the Pro-

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vincial AA Baseball Playoffs held in Oak River from


July 15th to 18th. The team
didnt have their A game
those days and ended up
0-2, but what a great experience for these boys.
Congratulations and
belated birthday greetings
to Ida Andreychuk of Sandy
Lake whose family hosted
an 80th Birthday Tea in
July. Her family was home
to celebrate with her, Glenda and Darryl House, Mark,
Jane and Sage all from Alberta and Larry, Iris and
their families.

Congratulations
to
Carol Dalgarno on her recent retirement from Harrison House. Cindy Dalke
is the new secretary-treasurer/manager. Best wishes to both ladies.
Congratulations
to
Lois Weston and Roger
Woywada who were married in Newdale United
Church in July. They will
be taking up residence
in the former McDonald
house.
We send our sympathy
to the family of Sadie Dunn
(Congdon, Bride) who

passed away in Winnipeg


on July 13th. The burial
took place at the south
Newdale Cemetery on July
23rd.
The family and friends
of Olga Kawa gathered at
the Sandy Lake Cemetery
for the interment of her
ashes on July 21st. Bob
and Willene Young attended
Sandie Ryland and
her daughters, Angel Ryland and Trina Post spent
nine days holidaying and
visiting relatives in Nova
Scotia, from July 1st to 9th.

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from July 4th to 11th, spent
from July 25th to August
3rd visiting and touring in
PEI. Their fi rst night they
attended a live performance of Anne of Green
Gables in Charlottetown.
They were going deep sea
fi shing and visiting many
historic sites around the
island.

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Friday, August 5, 2016

New Automated Blood Donor Clinic Gets Mixed Reviews


By RYAN THORPE

station. But I did like the


online survey; that was
n Tuesday, July 26th, great.
The implementation
the Canadian Blood
Services held their first of the new system sufclinic in Minnedosa to fered a few hiccups early
feature their new auto- on in the evening, which
mated donor process, were soon ironed out by
which was received with Canadian Blood Services
mixed
reviews
from staff.
Minnedosa residents.
I think it will speed
My only concern
things up once they get
is that the testing of the all of the kinks out, said
hemoglobin is a long Boyd.
Karly, who completway into the process,
said Karly Boyd, and for ed the online survey in
someone like myself, who advance, was finished the
can have low hemoglo- entirety of the donation
bin, I have to go quite a process in an hour, while
length into the screening Minnedosa resident Dave
process before Im turned Mansell took an hour and
away. While before, it twenty minutes, having
used to be at the second not completed the ques-

Photo by Ryan Thorpe

Running on
Empty?

CADURCIS NEWS
By DOREEN TROTT

Market.
Mike and Maria,
Rosemary and Jasper Lea
of Winnipeg visited on
Friday with Malcolm and
Shirley Rose.
Malcolm and Shirley
Rose joined other family
members at the conference room in Minnedosa Hospital where they
helped Rae Rose celebrate
her 97th birthday on Saturday.
Congratulations
Rae.
On Friday, July 29th
Jim and Nancy Greer host-

isitors with Jean McTavish were George


and Koreen Rix and their
grandchildren Hailey, Kadon, Logan and Abbey of
Whitehorse and Sterling
and Brenda Kolskog of Edmonton.
Nancy Birnie of Gladstone and Gaylene Wiebe
of Wasagaming visited on
Friday with Donna MacDonald. Ben Birnie had a
table of excellent garden
produce at the Farmers

ed a family gathering of
26. The furthest members
were from Australia and
South Korea. Ages varied
from two years of age to 80
plus.
Congratulations to Ellen and Warren Coey on
the arrival of a daughter.
Proud grandparents are
Stan and Christine Pass
and Ivan and Edith Coey.

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tionnaire before arrival.


I found it just about
the same, said Mansell. I
mean, it has its moments
of being quicker, but it
seemed about the same.
Maybe theyre ironing
out bugs, who knows? For
those that like it, it will
probably be easier. But
for people who are a little
older and less computer
literate then it makes it
tougher. You got to give it
a chance though.
At the time of publication, the Canadian
Blood Services Media Department did not wish to
comment on the implementation of the new donor process.

Mavericks In Finals
T

he Minnedosa Mavericks continued their winning


streak Tuesday night with a home game against the
Neepawa Cubs. The local team came out on top with a
7-6 victory in the deciding game of a best-of-three semifinal series.
The Mavericks now advance to the Santa Clara
League Finals as they work toward the possibility of a
league championship title, which they have earned for
the past ten years!

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January to December each year.
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Friday, August 5, 2016

Weekend Rodeo Roundup


Continued from Page 1
This years Minnedosa Rodeo weekend featured a
good variety of onsite vendors including food, drinks,
cotton candy, ice cream and western merchandise. Saturday night featured a barbeque rib supper with ribs and
perogies being served up Sunday night.
As in years past, the tradition of a fundraising auction and Saturday night social continued in the Ag building. Brothers of the Road returned to supply some good
country music for the crowd to kick up their heels to.
The stock contractor for the Minnedosa Rodeo was
Seven Cross Rodeo Company. This coming weekend, the
Heartland Rodeo Association will put on its next round of
performances in Richer, MB.

Above left:
Jonny Bartsch rides
Arizona Ugly in the
Bareback event.

High School
Rodeo

Above right:
Kaedyn Turel
rides Deamoned
in Bull Riding.
At left:
Emma Austin
barrel races.

Photo by Darryl Holyk

Hometown cowgirl, Sarah Stemmer, carried the Canadian flag during


the opening ceremony of Mondays High School Rodeo.
By DARRYL HOLYK

Top left:
Jenna McKay competes in
High School Goat Tying
Top right:
A young muttin
buster hangs on!
Right: Everett Fairlie
wrestles a steer

lthough the early morning weather


was wet and dreary, it did not halt
rodeo action at the local rodeo grounds.
The Manitoba High School Rodeo Association kicked off its 2016-2017 season with a performance in Minnedosa
on Monday, August 1st. As the show
got underway, the skies opened up and
the sun shone through onto the grade
nine to twelve competitors. This years
Minnedosa High School Rodeo featured competitors from various points
in Manitoba and Saskatchewan as well
as one from North Dakota.
Hometown cowgirl, Sarah Stemmer, carried the Canadian flag during
the opening ceremony. The 2015-2016
Miss MHSRA Rodeo Queen also competed at her hometown rodeo in High

School Barrel Racing and Pole bending.


Sarah had just returned home from Alberta where she joined the best-of-thebest at the Canadian High School Finals
Rodeo.
High school rodeo was established
in Manitoba in 1995 with the very first
rodeo held at the old Minnedosa Fairgrounds. The organization off ers events
at the Junior High and High School
level, providing an opportunity for high
school students to begin their rodeo
education at the age of 12. High School
Rodeo prepares students for a future in
rodeo if they so wish and offers education in the following events: goat tying,
tie down roping, ribbon roping, breakaway roping, steer wrestling, chute dogging, barrel racing, breakaway, pole
bending, team roping and bull riding.

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Friday, August 5, 2016

Summer Reading Beneficial To Young Minds

Photo by Ryan Thorpe

Hayley Surovy has returned for her fourth year as Program Co-ordinator
for the Summer Reading Program at the Minnedosa Regional Library.
By RYAN THORPE

he Minnedosa Regional Librarys Summer Reading Program,

which runs annually from


late June to mid August,
has helped 101 children to
continue reading throughout their summer vaca-

tion this year. Through


four weeks of the program
the participants have read
over 1,200 books.
Studies have shown

that children who do not


read throughout the summer can lose up to three
months of reading comprehension skills by the
time the new school year
comes around. The goal of
the Summer Reading Program is to combat reading
loss by fostering a fun and
engaging environment to
help encourage children to
read in their free time.
Hayley Surovy, who is
in her fourth year as program co-ordinator, said:
Its a fun way to keep
looking at books over the
course of the summer and
you get to do some fun activities while also reading.
Its not a chore, it shouldnt
be and it should be something fun for the kids.
Another benefi t of
this program is that it allows them to go away and
have their vacation and
still be part of something,
so they can come back
and participate whenever
it works for them. Theyre
not bound to participate

every week. Its super flexible.


Children who participate in the program are
also invited to take part in
weekly activity days. Each
Wednesday an activity
is organized for children
from kindergarten to grade
two, while Thursday activities are for children from
grade three to six. Highlights throughout the summer include a movie day
that was organized on July
22nd, a magician who will
be performing on August
12th and a windup party
that is thrown on August
20th.
At the windup party
prizes are awarded to the
kids based off the amount
of books they have read
over the summer and any
who manage to read 30
books or more, receive a
free book of their choice
that the library orders for
them.
For a lot of them its
extra motivation to keep
reading books, even as

BASSWOOD NEWS
By ZELDA FIRBY

na was born and raised in


the Basswood area.
ongratulations to Neil
Alice Peckel, the RoCameron who was re- tary student who spent the
cently named U.C.T. Vol- past year in Minnedosa
unteer of the Year during has returned to her home
a ceremony in Louisville, in Belgium. Alice was hostKentucky in July. Neil is ed by different families
certainly deserving of the and spent the last few days
award. Well done Neil!
with Brad and Sue Ross.
Sympathy is extended
On Th ursday evening,
to the family and relatives a few friends and relaof Verna Simpson (nee tives gathered at the home
Brown) who passed away of Jim Ross and Rhoda
July 17th in Winnipeg. Ver- Hughes for a house warm-

ing in their new home. Jim


and Rhoda have taken up
residence in Minnedosa
after spending a number
of years in Vancouver. Out
of town guests were Ann
Robinson of Montreal,
Suemy and daughter Carlena of Mexico, Morgan
Ross and friend Nicole of
Toronto.
Belated
birthday
greetings to Fred Brown
who celebrated his 90th
birthday.

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theyre outside having


fun, said Surovy. Plus the
activity days as well offer
kids the chance to socialize
throughout the summer.
Its an extra hour a week
where they get to meet
some new kids. We get a
lot of kids who do homeschooling, so its a chance
for them to meet kids who
go to public school as well,
so there is lots of mingling
that way.
The library is open to
everyone in the summer
from Tuesday to Saturday,
so even if kids arent in the
program they are welcome
to come and have a look at
the books here and use the
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Friday, August 5, 2016

CD Tour Saw More Water Than Bargained For


By CINDY MURRAY

ences with the group. It


was such a positive experiembers of the Little ence that they are planning
Saskatchewan Riv- to do it again this year with
er Conservation District an expanded agenda. One
(LSRCD) tour had to beat of the points of interest in
a hasty retreat from the last years event was the
bridge at Tanners Cross- off -site watering system
ing School in Minnedosa that LSRCD had a hand
on July 19th. CD man- in fi nancially assisting the
ager Colleen Cuvelier had Hunters with.
been demonstrating how
After the rather harthe River Watch Kit works rowing experience with
when a storm blew in very the storm, the bus took the
quickly. The hail, wind and
group up to Kerrs Lake,
sheets of rain kept every- where a lunch was proone on the bus for about cured it seemed from no
an hour where Colleen where!
carried on with her preAfter lunch, Cindy
sentation.
Monson spoke to the
The tour began at the group about the conRiverdale
Community cern they have in regards
Centre in Rivers, where to the blue-green algae
Dave Falkevitch (council- blooms and the prolific
lor for Riverdale Munici- growth of aquatic plants
pality) spoke about aquatic that have been occurring
invasive species. One such over the last several years
species is the zebra mus- on Kerrs Lake. Cindy and
sels which could cause her husband are the only
many problems in our year-round residents out
whole district if they were of the 15 cottages that are
able to get established located at Kerrs Lake. One
here. Invasive species are of the measures to try and
able to take over an ecosys- deal with the problem of
tem because they do not the algae is that they have
have any natural predators installed an aerator in the
in our aquatic habitats.
lake in front of their cabTh e tour proceeded in, hoping that it will help
along to Ann and Colin somewhat.
Hunters farm. The HuntIn 2015 a precautioners had participated in the ary drinking water avoidOpen Farm Day last year, ance advisory was issued
and shared their experi- by the Medical Officer of

Health, Manitoba Health


and the Office of Drinking
Water, Manitoba Conservation and Water Stewardship. The advisory was
issued because testing of
the water in the lake confi rmed the presence of
algae toxins. While the advisory was only in place for
2015, the blue-green algae
is back now in 2016.
Th e tour continued
on and stopped on Mountain Road to view Darren
and Deborah Holmbergs
property. This family has
signed an agreement with
the Alternative Land Use
Services (ALUS) program
which the LSRCD delivers
in the District. 2015 was
the fi rst year that the program operated within the
CD. A total of 1300 acres
were enrolled, which consisted of wetlands, riparian areas, bush, grassland
and marginal croplands.
Th e LSRCD is currently
the only ALUS Community
working under the ALUS
Canada umbrella in Manitoba.
Th e next stop was
Brent and Carrie Ryzs
home and acreage in the
Mountain Estates in the
Onanole area. Curt Westwood who is the technician for LSRCD explained
about the shelter belts that
were planted there by the

Photo submitted

Little Saskatchewan River Conservation District Manager Colleen


Cuvelier (L) addresses tour participants on the bridge near Tanners
Crossing School shortly before a summer storm blew in.
Conservation District. At
one time the trees all used
to come from PFRAs Shelter belt Centre at Indian
Head, Saskatchewan, but
since the federal government closed that whole
program down, the trees
now comes from Jefferies Nursery at Portage, LA
Quality Products at Portage, Lincoln-Oakes in
North Dakota, and HELP
Shelter Belt Centre in

Saskatchewan. The CD
planted 5,300 trees this last
spring, with another 1,385
trees that were ordered
and were planted by people themselves.
Proven Lake was the
fi nal sojourn of the day,
where Scott Henowitch
of Ducks Unlimited (DU)
spoke about how the lake
has been managed by DU
since 1,945 and all the
changes that have taken

place since then. Proven


Lake has an open water
component of 3,900 acres
within the total land area
of 5,900 acres. It has the potential to store 5,500 acrefeet of water, which is a volume of water that would be
twice the amount of water
that is stored at the dam in
Minnedosa.

Removing Stains From Jerseys


Dear Reena,
I would be forever indebted to you if you could
advise on getting stains
out of a green Roughrider
jersey! I always wash jerseys in cold water and
hang to dry. The stains
are worse on the first one
I bought (it has made the
trip to three Grey Cups).
Ive tried dish detergent
rubbed in, which works
great on grease stains but
doesnt even touch the
other stains which I think
must be either a beverage
or drippings of food.

Lynette
Dear Lynette,
Its a little hard to
advise you on cleaning
your jersey because I am
of course a Bombers fan.
However I do feel for
you and therefore I have
a few suggestions. First
of all, always wash your

jersey right away to remove stains like mustard,


ketchup, or beer. The
longer these stains sit on
your jersey the more difficult they will be to remove. Pre-treat them and
then wash the jersey according to the label directions. Some store-bought
pre-treatment products
may be too harsh for your
official team jerseys, so
homemade solutions like
baking soda, vinegar, or
plain seltzer are much
better options. If I were
you I would begin by
making a paste of borax
and water and applying
it to the stained areas.
Let sit for a few hours and
wash. Or soak the jersey
in enough water to cover
the fabric, add 1 tsp. dish
soap and half cup of borax. Soak for a few hours
and wash. Mustard is a
very tricky product to re-

move because it contains


turmeric which is sometimes used as a permanent fabric dye. One solution that has had positive
results is glycerin. Pour it
onto the stains. Let sit and
wash. Or scrub with a bar
of Sunlight laundry soap.
When you put your
jersey into the washer,
make sure that you always
turn it inside out. This will
help to preserve the life of
the numbers and logos on
the front and back of the
jersey. Whether they are
sewn or ironed on, turning the shirts inside out
will keep them looking
newer longer. A famous
costume designer says in
her opinion Zout is the
best product on the market for removing mustard,
ketchup and barbecue
sauce.

Dear Reena,
Im wondering if you
can suggest something
that will remove the residue of the double sided
tape from a window insulating kit that was left behind on my wooden window frame after removing
the plastic. Ive tried the
commercial
products,
but they have not worked.
Short of sanding it off,
which I hope to avoid, is
there anything that will
remove this awful yellow
stuff, whichis now several
years old? Margaret

Dear Reena,
Your best bet is to
spray the area with WD40. Let it sit for 10-15
minutes and scrape with
a plastic putty knife and
an abrasive cloth (not an
S.O.S pad). After the area
is no longer sticky, make a
solution of dish soap and

water and wipe the area


well.

Dear Reena,
I have light buff limestone in my family room.
The installer did not seal
the limestone before installing and the grout has
gotten into the pores of
the soft stone.I do not
know how to get it out
and the floor looks very
blotchy. It is driving me
crazy and the floor installer will not do anything
about it. Can you help?I
will have to do it myself,
but with what and which
method? I dont believe
the grout has gone in too
deep. Leone

Dear Leone,
You may want to
once again try and call in
the professionals. If you
were just tackling a haze
from the grout you could

clean the area with plain


old vinegar and water.
However this situation
requires a stronger solution. One of the products
that readers have shared
is the best for this mess
is Sulfamic Acid Cleaner
from TileLab at Home
Depot.If you are going
to tackle this job on your
own, take caution; use at
your own risk and read
the label. Also test the
chemical on an inconspicuous area and ventilate the room. It will take
some elbow grease, a nylon scrub brush, Scotchbrite pads and a plastic
scraping tool. The cleanup of this mess will take a
few hours and when you
are finished, clean the
area with plain old water.

The Minnedosa Tribune

11

Friday, August 5, 2016

SANDY LAKE NEWS


By DIANE BACHEWICH

Minnedosa Hospital.
Bill and Gail Sherwin
(Steven Kuzmaks in-laws)
of Saskatoon, SK visited
with Francis Kuzmak and
attended Francess birthday party.
Sympathy to Wes and
Liz Shewchuk and family on the passing of Wes
Aunt Olive Clark (Lugowy)
of Luxton, ON.
Frances Kuzmak had
all her children, their
spouses and her grandchildren from Calgary,
AB out for their birthday
on the weekend. Her two
daughters Mavis and Susann were out a week
sooner helping with the
preparations for the party.
Diane
Bachewich,
Helen Derhak and Ann
Zatylny attended the 60th
wedding anniversary party
for Rudy and Marion Usick
on Saturday. Congratulations Rudy and Marion on
your big day.
Lucy Martin of Flin
Flon, MB is spending some
time with Sadie Rystephanuk.
Gary and Doreen Derhak of Calgary, AB are out
holidaying for the next

n Friday afternoon the


Community Hall was
just a buzzing with family, friends and neighbours
joining Frances Kuzmak
on her 75th birthday. A
come and go tea was held
in the afternoon followed
by an invitational supper
and fun times. Everyone
present enjoyed a real nice
get together.
Dennis and Dorothy
Johnson have returned
home from an enjoyable
two week holiday to Newfoundland.
Ken
and
Angela
Brookman visited with
mom Helen Derhak on
their way to a friends wedding at Carlyle, SK.
Sympathy is extended
to Florence Sichweski and
family on the sudden passing of her husband Leo.
Funeral service was held
at the Ukrainian Catholic
Church in Horod, MB. Interment was in the Parish
Cemetery.
John Dymterko of Elphinstone has moved to
the Sandy Lake Personal
Care Home, from the

three weeks with mom


Helen Derhak and the rest
of the family.
Iris Andreychuk spent
a week visiting with her
mother Mary Kobelka at
the Swan River Valley Personal Care Home and with
her brother Eugene and
family at Lenswood, MB.
Lorrie
Lewandoski
was the lucky winner of
Legion Mens 50/50 draw
for the month of July.
Harold and Joyce Prosken along with daughter
Mary Joy and son Jeff and
his three sons of Winnipeg
spent the long weekend
here.
Visiting with Sophie
Ellchuk on the weekend
was son Billie and wife Val
and children Austin and
Breanna of Calgary, AB.
They all visited with Wayne
Ellchuk and his daughters
Tess and Becky in Brandon.
Happy Birthday to
Lorrie Lewandoski on his
80th birthday. Lorrie treated all the fine coff ee folks
to coff ee, birthday cake
and ice cream on Monday
morning at the Drop-in
Centre.

Lindsay Rawluk and


Casson of Victoria, BC,
Candy and Tom Gronwald,
Tristan and Evan of Calgary, AB and Irene Rawluk
of Virden, MB visited with
Ray and Lucille Lewandoski over the weekend.
Garett and Pauline Lewandoski and family spent
the weekend at Hillside
Beach with friends.
Long weekend visitors with Lil Spaller were
her daughter Linda Spaller
and friend Fred Lloyd of
Lethbridge, AB. Son Mitch
and his son Zen from Vancouver, BC, daughter Judith and Ray Delaronde
and their daughters Madison and Morgan of Niverville, MB and other local
family members.
Victor and Irene Kowal have just returned home
from a five week holiday to
Alaska and the Yukon and
other northern places.
Dennis and Dorothy
Johnson have their grandson Zach of Brandon staying with them for the summer as he is employed with
the RCMP Detachment on
Clear Lake.
Larry and Verna Ben-

fi eld of Edmonton along


with son Wade and daughter Maya were out for Frances Kuzmaks party and
also visited with Vernas
Aunty Lil Spaller.
Elsie Kowalchuk, Ray
and Lucille Lewandoski,
Janet Freeman and Steve
Dmyterko gathered at
Clear Lake to help Irene
Rawluk of Virden celebrate
her birthday on Saturday
evening.
Ken Brookman had an
experience of a life time
on Sunday while on a private jet fl ying to a work
place at Brochet, MB. They
encountered an electrical thunder storm which
bounced the plane up and
down and sideways but all
in all the pilot landed safely at the Brochet Airport.
Congratulations
to
Nicholas Alexiuk and Julie
Bank who were married
on July 15th, in Winnipeg,
MB. The ceremony was offi ciated by radio celebrity
Ace Burpee who dressed
in a Blue Jay baseball uniform to acknowledge the
couples favourite team.
Nicholas is the son of Ed
and Julie Alexiuk of Win-

nipeg and the grandson


of Olga Prosken of Sandy
Lake. The Blue Jays biggest
fan Olga Prosken was unable to attend the wedding.
Many family and friends
from Brandon, Winnipeg
and U.S.A. Attending the
wedding were Nicholas
Aunty Brenda Prosken and
her husband David Shepherdson and daughter Tess
of Vancouver, BC. They
also spent time visiting
their mother Olga Prosken
at the Sandy Lake Personal
Care Home.
Chris and Diane Sichweski had daughter Andrea and family of Calgary,
AB home for the weekend.
Luke and K.D. Lewandoski and children Anna
and Sam of Winnipeg are
holidaying with Leonard
and Pam Lewandoski.
The family of the late
Paul and Mary Ewashko
held a family reunion
which was held at the
Ozerna Hall on the long
weekend. A good number
of relatives were on hand
for the three-day event.

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RV queen 800 pocket coil mattresses $459. Twin spring (not
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Minnedosa. Fully furnished
with new washroom and 5
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Available immediately. $75
per day or $375 per week.
Contact Barry at 204-8712224 Portage la Prairie. (20-5)
x
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and refrigerator. $700 plus
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ANNIVERSARY

A come-and-go wedding shower for Robin Grant,


bride-elect of Brock Christensen will be held Thursday,
August 11, from 7:00 to 9:00
p.m. at the farm of Greg and
Cindy Grant, 88-143 Highway
#10, first farm north of the Old
Church Pottery Shop, on the
east side of the road. Please
consider this your invitation.
x

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AUDIO EQUIPMENT. 40 years
or older. Amplifiers, Stereo,
Recording and Theatre Sound
Equipment. Hammond Organs, any condition. CALL
Toll-Free 1-800-947-0393.

COMING EVENTS
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Happy Anniversary to
Marlene and Ted Bialas
on your 60th Wedding
Anniversary August 11th.
Love from
Kelvin and Denise,
Julia and Adam,
Kerrilee and Peter, Katelyn,
Benjamin and Madelyn, Kyle
and Kerrie, Alisa and Megan.
x

COMING EVENTS
The Elphinstone Lions
Park, annual flea market Saturday, August 20th 10 a.m.
2 p.m. Lunch available. For
table rental information call
204-625-2423. (20-4) x

Minnedosa
Horticultural Societys annual Flower
Showand Tea at the MCCC on
Tuesday, August 16th from 2
4 p.m. Vegetables and flowers
will be sold at 4 p.m. Entries
are welcome on Monday 5
9 p.m. and Tuesday 8 - 9:30
a.m. Admission by donation.
Books and tags available at
Flower Shop and RM office.
All entries welcome in regular
and junior classes. Come out
and enjoy the display. (21 -2)
x
Newdale Horticultural
Society annual flower show
on Wednesday, August 10th.
Doors open at 2:00 p.m. Dessert and coffee. Entry cost
$3.00. If you wish to enter the
flow show contact Helen 204849-2206 or Barb 204-8492055. x

ACCOMMODATIONS

Welcome to Minnedosa
Rotary Club. We meet first
3 Thursdays of each month
at 5 p.m., Rotary Clubroom,
Minnedosa Golf and Curling
Complex. Supper meeting,
third Thursday. We welcome
interested community residents. More info? Call Tony or
Peggy, 8672113. District site
rotary5550.org. x
Mid-West
Show
n
Shine Tuesday, August 9th,
5:30 - 9 p.m., Hamiota, MB.
(Rain date Wednesday, August 10th, 2016) All vehicles
welcome - brand new to the
very old! Smoked Pork on a
Bun! 50/50 draw! Fan Favourite ballot! Beautiful prairie
watercolour exhibition inside
the Heritage Art Gallery by
Dr. Robin Andrews, Brandon.
Everyone welcome! For more
info: contact the Mid-West
Arts Council at 204-764-2400.

PAINTER
Call Terry for paint and
repairs to painted surfaces.
Washing exterior siding, windows, hauling miscellaneous
items and grass care. Chemical free surface cleaning offered. Book early for exterior
work! 204-868-8088 them@
live.ca

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OBITUARIES

HELP WANTED

WILLIAM RUSSELL WATSON


OCTOBER 6TH, 1931 - JULY 21ST, 2016

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Ernest Ernie Edward


Pelts passed away on July
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Health Centre at the age of 90
years. He is survived by his
wife Edna and son Jim Pelts.
A memorial service will
take place at a later date.
Donations may be made
to a charity of choice.
Minnedosa Funeral Service, Minnedosa, Manitoba
in care of arrangements (204)
867-3868.

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Thank you to all who sent


cards, phoned ,sent baking or
flowers as well as the many
hugs we received at the time
of Elvins sister Bevs passing. It was so very thoughtful
and was greatly appreciated.
Elvin and Linda Birch and
family. x

Minnedosa
Lions Club

William Bill Watson of Strathclair, passed away at Minnedosa and District Hospital, surrounded by
his loving family
Bill is survived by his wife Helen of 60 years, daughters Betty (Tony) DeGagne, Patti (Patrick)
Menard, son Scott (Lisa) Watson, grandchildren; Ben, Gabby, Jena (Grant), Charlie (Adam),
Hannah (Shaun), Hayden and great granddaughters; Paisley and Spencer, as well as many nieces,
nephews, relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents Thomas and Lucy, his sister Jean and his twin brother
Edwin (Toad).
Bill was born in Strathclair. He received most of his education there, but due to his fathers employment, moved to Flin Flon where he graduated. He returned to Strathclair to assist on his uncles
farm in 1950. In 1955 he married Helen Fischer of Minnedosa. After a three year employment with
Anglo Oil Company his passion for farming prevailed. He began purchasing land and dedicating
his life to a future in agriculture.
Bill was an active member of the Strathclair Masonic Lodge and the Strathclair Agricultural Society. He was a member of the
Canadian Swine Breeders Association and served a term on the Manitoba Swine Breeders Association as Director.
Bill was an avid reader, enjoyed curling and hockey, and looked forward annually to duck and deer hunting season.
Bill and Helen moved from the farm and became residents of Strathclair in November of 1993. After the move, he remained very
interested and active in the family farming operation.
In his retired years, Bill enjoyed family time spent at their Salt Lake cabin, visiting and road trips with friends, and playing pool
and fellowship at the local community centre.
As per his request, a private graveside service took place Saturday, July 30th at the Bend Cemetery in Strathclair. Reverend Paul
Curtis officiated. An informal reception followed.
In Bills memory, donations may be made to Minnedosa Palliative Care Unit. Arrangements Entrusted to: Raes Funeral Home,
Shoal Lake.

BERYL MARNOCH MACDONALD


NOVEMBER 2ND, 1922 - JULY 31ST, 2016
Beryl Marnoch-MacDonald of Carberry, MB passed away at the Minnedosa Health Centre. Beryl was
born in Sidney, MB. Her memory is cherished by her daughter Bette Birss, husband Reid and their
children Julia and Reid Jr., son Dave Marnock wife Eleanor and their son Ryan wife Camille; stepchildren Randy and Grace MacDonald, Randall Birss, Sheldon Birss wife Michele their son Drew
and their daughter Rebecca, Bonnie Yakubchak, and great grandchildren Alexis, Brody, Brinley and
Nathan. Passing before her were brothers Murray and Neville Stephenson, husband Dave Marnoch, partner Sheldon Birss and husband Murdo MacDonald.
Beryl enjoyed life fully until her passing. Her greatest joy was spending time with her family and
friends. She made friends wherever she went, at work (Minnedosa Town Office), Eastern Star and all
the communities that she resided in (Brandon, Carberry, and Minnedosa.)
She loved to bake for others, golf with friends, play cards until past midnight, and especially
spend time at Clear Lake with her OC neighbours. Just before passing she spent time with her dear
friends and family at her favourite place Clear Lake. She will be missed by all.
The funeral service will be held on Saturday, August 6th, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. in the Knox-Zion Presbyterian Church, 211 Main St.,
Carberry, MB.
Donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, CancerCare MB, M.S. Society or MB Down Syndrome Society.
Whites Funeral Home-Carberry in care of arrangements.

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Air Conditioning,
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Grain & Fertilizer


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Bruce McNabb broker

867-3946

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Darvin - 204-868-5869
Robert - 204-867-7113

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51 Main Street S
Minnedosa
867-2935
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PRINTING

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We offer a full line of
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Colour Photocopying, Photo
Reproductions and Faxing.
Visit us at:
14 3rd Avenue S.W.
Minnedosa, MB
Monday - Friday
9 a.m. to 12 noon &
1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Phone 867-3816

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204-868-6376
Cody Huyghe
204-210-0502

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cell: 867-0346

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at Calvary Temple,
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Neepawa, MB

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Power Raking
Yard Clean Up
Lawn Mowing & Trimming
Hedge Trimming
Small Branch Trimming
Licensed Arborist Service
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SEPTIC

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Ty Burton
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FERTILIZER

Drivers Licenses, Autopac


General Insurance

SELF-HELP

PETER HARRISON
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TV AND APPLIANCE
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Phone 867-3164
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SELF-HELP
A.D.A.M.
Anxiety Disorders
Association
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Support Group
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the month 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
For more info call:
Debbie Fisch
(204) 725-8550

ALCOHOLICS
ANONYMOUS
If you like to drink and can
That's your business
If you want to stop and can't
That's our business.

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Alanon - 867-3308
Alateen - 867-5121
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Sewage Service

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Ventilation/Air quality
Air Conditioning
Refrigeration
Kitchen Equipment
Commercial Gas Fitter
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Minnedosa,
867-3831

Mass Sunday 9:00 a.m.

67 Main St.

(204)476-0002
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Gently Used Furniture


Clothing & Misc. Items
Donations
Estate Sales
Pick-up & Deliveries

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Congratulations and best wishes Isabela.
The citizens of the Town of Minnedosa offer their best wishes
to you as Minnedosas 2016 Olympian.
We are all very proud of what you have accomplished as you near your
goal of competing in the 2016 Summer Olympics.
The Council and fellow citizens of your hometown wish you good luck
and congratulations on your achievements.