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Local Husky Station Whiskey Jam Raises Over


Recognized For
Outstanding Service $6,000 For New Clinic

Photo by Hillary Campbell

By HILLARY CAMPBELL

E veryone knows Lauri Ludwig as the smiling face at


Minnedosa Service Centre (Husky) on Main Street.
When you pull up to the gas bar, you are always greeted Photo Submitted
with a smile, and offered any help or service that is avail- Guests at Whiskey Jam enjoyed a variety of brands of fine whiskey.
able at the small location.
Ludwig has recently been recognized for her hard By HILLARY CAMPBELL arrival, which they would completely differently, and while they sampled their
work and amiable attitude. She has received the Above take with them throughout they would produce it to whiskeys. The organisers for
Customer Expectation (ACE) Award for both 2014-2015
and 2015-2016. The ACE Awards program is a corner-
stone of Huskys Retail and Commercial business. The
M innedosas first ever
Whiskey Jam was held
on Thursday, April 27th.
the night as a vessel for their
whiskey.
There were five repre-
come out with the different
flavours and aromas.
In addition to being
the event purchased a bottle
from each of the representa-
tives from Winnipeg, which
goal is to reward retailers whose behaviours consistently The event was held to raise sentatives from Winnipeg able to taste test some of the they used as door prizes.
deliver on our customer promise. money for the new Dr. Ajai with their fine Canadian finest whiskeys, attendees Parrott was pleased
The award is based on a combination of the level Khandelwal Primary Care whiskeys and Scotch. Each were also served dinner. A with the number of attend-
of cleanliness in the store, and a mystery shop, during Centre, and approximately representative had between lot of people were really im- ees at the event, especially
which Ludwigs business was evaluated on providing the $6,500 was raised. three and five different bot- pressed with the food, said since this was the first year it
customer with a verbal greeting, the employees clean The whiskey tast- tles of whiskey with them, Parrott. The golf course had been held in Minnedo-
Husky uniform and name-tag, visible tobacco signage, ing event was held at the and was able to tell their and Missy did a great job. sa. It was very well attend-
availability of stock items selected, a value added product Minnedosa Golf and Coun- guests details about their Additionally, there were ed for an event that weve
or service, asking the customer for their rewards card and try Club. Chantelle Parrott, whiskey. They would tell floral centrepieces that never put on before and half
mentioning the benefit of the rewards card program. Minnedosas Economic De- you different aspects of it, were donated by Flowers the people knew what it was
The ACE Awards program mentioned that Lauri, velopment Officer, said that and what you should expect On Main. they were coming to, and
demonstrated a commitment to service, cleanliness there were about 90 people to taste, and why it would The evening was not half the people didnt.
and an exceptional customer experience. This speaks to in attendance at the Whis- taste that way, and the pro- necessarily a formal af- The success of the
your professionalism and perseverance, qualities that are key Jam fundraiser. Each cess that causes it to taste fair and followed a casual Whiskey Jam may see a
clearly reflected in the team of people you employ. person was given a souvenir one way, stated Parrott. guideline. Guests were able similar event return in the
whiskey tasting glass upon One whiskey might taste to chat amongst themselves future.
Continued on Page 3
2 Friday, May 5, 2017 The Minnedosa Tribune

Take Precautions To Minimize Tick Exposure


SUBMITTED Lyme disease, are most ease. While blacklegged Manitobans are en- mosis can start fi ve to 21 three days to one month
commonly found within ticks can be found outside couraged to take precau- days after a tick bite and after a tick bite, often with

M ay is Lyme Disease
Awareness Month
and Manitoba Health, Se-
and along the edge of for-
ests and in areas with thick,
woody shrubs and other
of these blacklegged tick
risk areas, the risk of tick-
borne disease transmis-
tions to minimize their risk
of tick exposure by apply-
ing an appropriate tick re-
may include fever, chills,
headache, joint aches,
nausea and vomiting, often
an expanding rash which
then fades. Early symp-
toms can also include
niors and Active Living is vegetation. Th ese ticks sion is lower. pellent, following label di- in association with blood headache, stiff neck, mus-
reminding Manitobans are more often found from Th e burden of Lyme rections, on exposed skin abnormalities and/or liver cle aches or fatigue, fever,
that tick-borne diseases are early spring through late disease and other tick- and clothing;inspecting abnormalities. Anaplas- chills and swollen lymph
preventable. Manitobans fall. Th e smaller nymphs borne diseases in Mani- themselves, children and mosis can be successfully nodes. Lyme disease can
can protect themselves by are difficult to see and are toba continues to increase. pets after spending time treated with antibiotics. be eff ectively treated with
performing regular tick most abundant during Since 2015, nearly 85 per outdoors;removing ticks Symptoms of babe- antibiotics and treatment
checks after spending time late spring and summer. cent of the anaplasmosis as soon as possible from siosis can start one to six is most successful in the
outdoors, knowing where The province is monitor- and Lyme disease cases re- people and pets;staying weeks after a tick bite and early stages of infection.
blacklegged ticks are locat- ing and assessing the con- ported in Manitoba likely to the centre of walking may include non-specific People who think they
ed, minimizing the risk of tinuing range expansion of had local exposure. In trails;wearing long pants fl u-like symptoms such as may have anaplasmosis,
exposure, and recognizing blacklegged ticks, and has addition, less than one in and long-sleeved shirts; fever, chills, sweats, head- babesiosis or Lyme disease
the signs and symptoms of identifi ed blacklegged tick three Manitobans infected andkeeping grass and ache, body aches, loss of should see their doctor.
tick-borne diseases. These risk areas, where the risk of with Lyme disease recalled shrubs around homes cut appetite, nausea or fatigue.
precautions will help pro- tick-borne disease trans- a tick bite. Limiting expo- short to create drier envi-
tect against anaplasmosis, mission is greatest. Black- sure to potentially infected ronments that are less suit-
babesiosis and Lyme dis- legged ticks found within blacklegged ticks is the key able for blacklegged tick Babesiosis can be success-
ease. these risk areas are more to tick-borne disease pre- survival. fully treated with antibiot-
Blacklegged ticks, likely to carry the agents vention. Symptoms of anaplas- ics.
which can carry anaplas- that cause anaplasmosis, Symptoms of Lyme
mosis, babesiosis and babesiosis and Lyme dis-
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Results Announced For MCI Competition


By HILLARY CAMPBELL The fi rst place winner Colleen McNabb,
was Mr. Andrew Gugin, Branch Manager at

L evi Gregorash, a stu-


dent at Minnedosa
Collegiate, called an as-
who had plenty of help
from his class. Mr. Gugin
noted that, it was a team
Minnedosas RBC attend-
ed the assembly, since
RBC is a large sponsor for
sembly in the high schools eff ort, even though we the Change Groups ef-
gymnasium on Monday, were down, we put it over forts. She told students
May 1st, to announce the the top. The classs total that, Minnedosa was
results from this years was, earlier in the compe- fl agged nationally from
Change groups compe- tition, thousands of points our RBC group as being a
tition. Gregorash an- in the negative, but like long time sponsor of the
nounced that through the true underdogs, they man- Change group, so for me,
competition, the school aged to bring it to the top. thats pretty exciting to be
raised over $400, making Mr. Gugin received a tro- on the national radar.
it the schools best year to phy for his efforts. The tro- Mrs. Tanis Barrett, one
date. phy was brought into the of MCIs dedicated teach-
The point system for competition by Gregorash ers told The Tribune that
the competition worked so to help make it more com- this year, the proceeds
that dimes, quarters and petitive. from the campaign might
loonies that were placed in Mr. Chad Paradis took be directed at the WE
a classs change jar would last place, with a value that Schools Campaign, which
all add positive points for was well into the nega- will likely go to Haiti for
a class, whereas nickels, tives. Mr. Tyler Jacobson education or literacy, since
toonies and ten dollar bills was awarded the no effort they have done other proj- Photo By Hillary Campbell
would all subtract points. award, for having a total ects there. However, she
However, regardless of value of zero. In third place could not confi rm this, as Levi Gregorash, Mr. Andrew Gugin and Colleen McNabb.
the point system, the pur- was Mr. Dave Uhryniuk, the decision is yet to be
pose of raising funds was and Mrs. Krista Storozyn- made final.
achieved. sky took second place.

Husky Award
By DARRYL HOLYK
Sister Act A Hit vocal abilities, this years production was
Continued
from Page 1
able to attend. In addi-
tion to the recognition she
received, Ludwig was also
good to get it. Its nice to be
recognized, said Ludwig.
If you see Lauri, be
This year, Ludwig re- awarded with 190,000 Hus- sure to congratulate her on
worthy of any big Broadway stage! While
ceived a 100 percent rat- ky Reward Points. It felt her outstanding service!
T he cast and crew of the Strathclair
Drama Club successfully wrapped
up their 35th production, Sister Act. Af-
each and every performer deserves a
well deserved round of applause, the
standout of the show, was lead charac-
ing on both evaluations,
putting her in first place
for one of the evaluations
ter months of practice, the show was ter, Deloris aka Mary Clarence played by
and second place for the
performed nightly from the Bend The- Katherine Sherris. Although this was her
other. Ludwig noted that
atre from opening night on Monday, fi rst role with Strathclair Drama, Kath-
in her store, everything
April 24th to its grand finale closing per- erine is no stranger to the stage and that
gets cleaned once a week. I
formance on the evening of Saturday, was evident in her amazing performance
believe a clean spot will get
April 29th. and strong vocal abilitiy.
customers back, and clean

The musical, based on the highly suc- The Strathclair Drama Club began
bathrooms are very impor-
cessful 1992 movie which starred Whoo- with its fi rst production, The Sound of

tant.
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Budget 2017 Charts A Responsible Course For Our Province


and Active Living. This in- ing by $36 million for edu- education facilities, as well what was forecast in our
cludes $107.5 million in cation and training, and as for local projects. budget last year. If spend-
Under The Dome new spending with tar- includes measures such as This budget continues ing had continued at the
By geted investments in pri- increased bursary support to index personal income rate undertaken by the pre-
mary health-care services. to reduce barriers to post- tax brackets to inflation, vious government, Mani-
GREG NESBITT Dialysis treatment, new- secondary education. This and further increases the tobas defi cit would have
Riding Mountain MLA born hearing screening and spending increase reflects basic personal income tax reached $1.7 billion in the
mental health services are our record investment of exemption to remove more 2019/20 budget year.
receiving budget increases, $1.3 billion this year for than 2,000 Manitobans Budget 2017 is account-
and there is an additional Manitobas kindergarten to from the tax rolls. We are able to Manitobans and sets
$9.4 million for new cancer Grade 12 education system. maintaining the Seniors out a strong plan for a re-
O ur government is mov-
ing Manitoba along
the road to recovery with
es while boosting core gov-
ernment spending by 2.1
percent. Though we con-
drugs and $6.5 million for
further cuts to ambulance
To encourage econom-
ic growth and job creation,
School Tax Rebate, the Pri-
mary Caregiver Tax Credit
sponsible recovery for our
province, while maintaining
Budget 2017, which sets a tinue to face a very signifi- fees. our government is making and many other important our governments commit-
moderate and responsible cant defi cit inherited from We are increasing our a strategic infrastructure tax credits and rebates. ment to making Manitoba
course while allowing our the previous government, investment in the Families investment projected to Our governments fo- the most improved province
province to pursue steady we are addressing this chal- Department by more than reach more than $1.7 bil- cus on reducing taxes and in Canada.
improvements year-over lenge while investing in the $105 million, with sup- lion in 2017-18. This is one restraining government Greg Nesbitt is the Rid-
-year. services Manitobans de- port for 501 new licensed of the highest expenditures spending, while invest- ing Mountain MLA. He
We understand the pend on. child-care spaces and 50 in our provinces history for ing in front-line services, can be reached at 1-844-
needs of Manitobans with Budget 2017 calls for additional home-based infrastructure ranging from is working. Manitobas 877-7767 or 204-759-3313,
this budget, which includes a record investment in child-care spaces. Budget highways and flood pro- 2016/17 deficit is projected or by email at gregnesbitt
no new taxes or tax increas- Manitoba Health, Seniors 2017 also increases fund- tection to health-care and to be $39 million lower than mla@mymts.net.

Proposed Soy Bean Processing Plant Discussed


By HILLARY CAMPBELL dient in hog food, which area, and with Minnedosa feed and bio-diesel input. port. Once this has been palities, rather than in the
is necessary for another being in between the two Th e project itself would done, there will need to be Town of Minnedosa, but

O n Thursday, April
20th, the Westman
Opportunities Leadership
growing industry. West-
man also has a strong rail
and road network. How-
hog processing plants one
in Brandon and one in
Neepawa, there would be a
cost over $250 million,
however would have ap-
proximately $1 billion put
research done on the op-
portunity itself, competi-
tors, and potential inves-
because of the regional
spinoffs, Minnedosa is be-
hind the project. She con-
Group held a meeting in ever, the belief of the West- lot of benefit for Minnedo- through each year. tors for the project. cluded that, as a commu-
Neepawa with the goal of man Opportunities Lead- sa. However, there is The fi rst step in the di- Parrott noted that, nity, anything that is good
attracting a world scale ership Group is that while competition for the facil- rection of getting a plant it would end up being in for the region is good for
soybean processing facility Westman would be ideal, ity from other places such is to communicate the in- the surrounding munici- us.
to Manitoba. anywhere in Manitoba as Minot, ND, Yorkton, SK tent of Westman to have
At the meeting, Ray would be great. and Weyburn, SK. a processing facility built
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Th e processing plant ports expanding the hog #092 Bruce & Lori McNabb $300
would be beneficial to sector, which is something
Westman, according to thats coming down the #034 Mike Sandstrom $200
the presentation given, be- line anyway, because hog
cause soybean production production is growing. WINNERS OF THE April 2017
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bean meal is a key ingre- growing hog industry in the
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A Gun Registry By Another Name


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created in the hunting and
sport shooting industry,
and overall fewer people
Th e media has also
reported that the Liberals
are planning on tabling Ye O l d
i b
Parliament Hill choosing to be involved in another piece of legisla-

T r
these Canadian heritage tion that will target law
By activities. abiding firearms owners
ROBERT SOPUCK In addition, the Liber- in the near future. These
als recently took their first articles are reporting that
steps towards bringing Liberal MPs for rural rid-
the wasteful and ineffec- ings are awfully nervous
n June 1st, 2017, the to do so even with these tive gun registry back to about what the legislation
O Liberals are planning proposed additional mark- Canada. On April 13th, the
to allow the Criminal Code ings added to the rifle or Liberals tabled Bill C-47,
could be, and rightfully
so. The Liberal Party has a
1887 The quantity of freight arriving at Minnedosa for
the month of April reached 400,000 pounds.
Firearms Marking Regula- handgun. Further, we all An Act to amend the Ex- sad track record of attacks
tions to come into force. know that some criminals port and Import Permits on law abiding firearms
1897 Tobacco already feels the affect of the new tar-
While it is obvious that are not acquiring these Act and the Criminal Code owners.
iff. The plug which was formerly 10 cents cannot now be
law enforcement should fi rearms legally, and any (amendments permitting What this is, in its sim-
purchased for less than 15 cents and what was formerly
have the tools they need additional markings will the accession to the Arms plest form, is the start of a
25 cents is now 30 cents.
to trace guns, manufactur- not change that. Trade Treaty and other backdoor firearms registry.
ers already voluntarily put If implemented, the amendments). Most peo- It will force individuals in-
1937 H.A. Smith will build a warehouse on the lot be-
serial numbers on each requirement for additional ple probably did no t hear formation to be registered
tween his store and The Tribune offi ce. L.W. Beddome
fi rearm, without need- markings to be added to about its introduction. with importers and sell-
has asked to purchase two Town lots west of Riverside
less government bureau- fi rearms once they have That can be forgiven, since ers, and be available to the
Motors to build a warehouse. An off er has also been
cracy. The manufacturers been received in Canada it was tabled the same day government. Beyond that,
made to purchase two L-shaped lots adjoining the Pear-
records already allow for would be a costly and as their marijuana legal- these proposals will add
son Block.
the tracking of any firearm completely unnecessary ization bill, the day before costs onto the manufactur-
back to its point of origin, duplication. As Conserva- Easter long weekend. It ers and distributers of legal
including when and where tives, we cannot support seems clear the Liberals fi rearms, which will un- 1957 A decrease in elementary students means that
it was manufactured, when the mandatory marking were hoping to bury Bill doubtedly be passed down grades one and two, three and four, and five and six will
it was shipped, where it of fi rearms that can be le- C-47 under other news. on to consumers. have to combine in both North and South Schools. This
was shipped, when it was gally used and owned in Bill C-47 would al- Our Conservative means a reshuffling of students from one school to the
released by CBSA officials Canada such as handguns low for the government to team will continue to hold other to balance things out.
and information on the and rifl es. It is estimated create regulations that de- these Liberals to account
importer. that this proposed legisla- mand firearm importers every step of the way, and 1967 A new elementary school to replace the three
If police are investigat- tion would increase the record and keep all their fi ght back against and all existing schools and form part of a new education cen-
ing a firearm incident, they cost of each fi rearm by at import registry data for at attempts to revive any it- tre, received the Town Councils blessing. The North
look into the history of the least $200. This means least 6 years, and have it eration of their wasteful and South Schools contain no facilities for shop, gym or
fi rearm based on its serial fewer sales of firearms for available to the govern- and ineff ective long gun group teaching and Crossley Collegiate has very limited
number, and will continue new hunters, fewer jobs ment. registry. gym facilities.

1977 Most town councillors have expressed disap-


pointment with the plan which places the sewage lagoon
ATTENTION 300 feet from the Golf Course fence and 450 feet east of
the by-pass. A petiion of 195 signatures has been received
Odanah Water Pipeline Customers asking that they refrain from building the lagoon within
CERTIFIED CLOSED CELL town limits. A resolution was made asking engineers to
ROOFING FOAM AND COATINGS
Please be advised that we will be SPRAY FOAM re-examine the lagoon plan.
BLOWN IN ATTIC INSULATION
POLYUREA FAST SET
conducting routine water line VACUUM INSULATION REMOVAL
COATINGS AND LININGS 1987 Minnedosa District Health Board has recieved a
maintenance on May 5th between the letter from Minnedosa Chamber of Commerce recom-
For more information call:
hours of 11:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. and 204-867-7264 or 204-212-0232 mending the site south of the RCMP detachment as the
your water may be temporarily shut off best site for a new hospital.
Email: mcrealfoam@live.ca (4-ALT-TFN)

during that time.


1997 Ron Parrott and David Miller have purchased the
former Legion Hall building and have begun the opera-
For more information please contact
tion of salvaging and demolishing the structure. The ma-
Rodney Taylor at 204-867-0137. terial salvaged is expected to build a couple houses and
Thank you for your co-operatioQ perhaps a shed.

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Are You Craving Change?


Sharon. Having this self- as well as explores how helpful for Williamson. It
awareness has allowed me emotions and learned be- was encouraging to hear
to catch myself, to check haviours influence the de- about the changes people
in with my eating and cisions we make around were starting to make and
make positive changes. food, Hyra said. learn what strategies they
Craving Change is If you have ever strug- had tried, that were work-
a trademarked program gled to maintain healthy ing!
that will help you be aware eating habits and want So if you want to kick
of WHY you eat the way to feel more in control of start your spring the Crav-
you do, to comfort your- what you are eating, at- ing Change program is
self without food and to tending a Craving Change being off ered in five dif-
develop ways to overcome class series might be for ferent communities in the
food cravings. The pro- you. The program is not PMH region, including
gram was developed by about dieting. It is about Minnedosa. It is open to
a registered dietitian and understanding and con- adults 18 years and older.
psychologist in Canada trolling the behaviours It is not advised for those
and uses practical tech- that can lead to overeat- with a medical condition
niques that can be used in ing, Hyra said. who do not understand
a group or individual set- That is what William- their diet needs such as
ting. son has taken from the someone newly diag-
Sherrill-Lee Hyra, a program, I have become nosed with type 2 diabe-
Photo Submitted Health Promotion Coor- more aware of my feelings tes. Individual diet coun-
dinator, with PMH is one associated with my eat- selling and teaching are
(L-R): Sherrill-Lee Hyra, PMH Health Promotion Coordinator
of the facilitators who ing and have learned that not part of the communi-
and class participant Sharon Williamson. leads Craving Change in there are different strate- ty-based classes.
the region. We live in a gies I can use to manage For more information
SUBMITTED at times she would eat through Prairie Mountain society where outside fac- and cope rather than turn and to register for classes
just because or as a way Health (PMH). tors greatly affect our eat- to food. please contact Prairie

D o you eat when you to cope with the stresses


are stressed? Do you in her life. She wanted to
eat when you are bored? take control and become
Taking Craving
Change has made me re-
alize how complex our
ing. The Craving Change
program takes a look at
our eating environments
Having other partici-
pants in the class to share
and learn from was also
Mountain Health, Healthy
Living toll-free number at
1-877-509-7852.
Th ese were just a few more in tune with how eating behaviours can
questions Sharon Wil- she uses food in her daily be. I have discovered that
liamson asked herself life. She did this by sign- we all eat for a variety of
when it came to her eat- ing up for the free Craving
ing habits. Sharon knew Change program offered
reasons, not always just
when we are hungry, says BASSWOOD NEWS
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to the family and relatives
you will enjoy your new
home Olive.
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Last week folks from
far and near enjoyed
Strathclair Drama Clubs
bursary and Ad of the The funeral was held on 35th production, this year
Year, upon completion of Friday in Minnedosa. Bert being Sister Act. Congrat-
her fi rst year in Creative farmed and raised his fam- ulations to the cast, musi-
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River College. Congratula- Welcome back to behind the scenes.
tions Cassandra. Minnedosa to Olive Tem- Friday evening, fam-
Happy Birthday to Syd pleton. Olive has moved to ily met at the Mark Firby
Cardy who celebrated his the Minnedosa Care Home home for supper where
birthday on April 26th with after spending the past we helped Ryan Firby cel-
family. years in Brandon. We hope ebrate his 18th birthday.

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Newdale Crafters Show Off Their Work


By DARRYL HOLYK and ideas come from the made from tomato cag-
club members who range es and tinsel and much

A pproximately 50 peo-
ple attended a come-
and-go event at the New-
in ages from young adults
to seniors. Online pages
such as Pinterest have
more! There were also
more traditional craft
items such as quilts and
dale Drop-in Centre on welcomed some new afghans.
Saturday, April 29th. The ideas for the craft club. Those in attendance
occasion was the New- The variety of work not only had an opportu-
dale Craft Clubs Show on display showcase the nity to view the creative
and Tell with a variety or artistic abilities, creativ- work of the crafters but
projects on display for all ity and uniqueness of also enjoy refreshments.
to view. each member. The tables Newdale Craft Club
The craft club has were strewn with vari- will now break for the
approximately 15 paid ous pieces including al- summer months and re-
members who meet twice cohol paintings, pillow convene in October for
a month from October case dolls, paper flow- another season on unique
to April to craft together. ers, painted flower pots, and creative projects.
Each meeting focuses on bird houses made from
a different craft project gourds, Christmas trees
Photo By Darryl Holyk

SANDY LAKE NEWS


By DIANE BACHEWICH from a three week holiday munities who have made mother and dad at Star strawberries for his 85th wedding social for Miles
to Ireland where they vis- it to the milestone. Also City, SK. birthday. Shurvell and Nathalie

R on and Lucy Mendro


called in on Aunt Sa-
die Rystephanuk on their
ited with family.
The Shevchenko
Dance Ensemble put on
special thanks went to the
instructor Kathleen Kl-
emetski and MC Denise
Olga Prosken at the
Personal Care Home had
visitors over the weekend;
Th ose who attended
Strathclair Dramas Sister
Act at the Bend Theatre
Hosmann Saturday eve-
ning at the Sandy Lake
Rec. Centre.
way to Flin Flon after vis- a super Annual Spring Selewich. The hospordar son Harold and daughter really enjoyed the produc- Spending the week-
iting with dad Peter Men- Concert on Saturday af- and hospodina for the af- in-law Joyce Prosken, also tion. Congratulations to end with Keith and
dro in Brandon. ternoon, to a full capacity ternoon were Lloyd and daughter Julie Alesciuk all the cast and crew for Veralynn Leganchuk
John Domaschuk has hall which had everyone Willene Ewasko. Lloyd and granddaughter Mary another job well done. was Keiths sister Edina
returned home from La toe tapping to the lively was the fi rst dance in- Joy Prosken all of Winni- A large number of Skwarok of Dauphin.
Comb, AB where he at- music on the clubs 40th structor when the club peg. people attended a pre-
tended a family get togeth- anniversary. There are was formed, also Keith Le- Th e lucky winner of
er for his 85th birthday. At- 22 youth dancers and 13 ganchuk from Winnipeg the Legion mens monthly
tending the birthday party adult dancers who ac- was one of Lloyds very first draw was Lorrie Lewan-
were his children Blair tively participate in seven original dancers. Follow- doski.
and Laurlie Domaschuk of months of regular weekly ing the program, everyone Ida Andreychuk had
La Comb, daughter Holly practices. President Tanya was invited for lunch and her cousins Morris and
and husband Neil Rocker- Lewandoski and Duncan, refreshments and fellow- Margaret Mayor visit- 17051LL0
bie of Victoria, BC and son welcomed everyone in at- ship which the dancers ing her from Brandon.
Lindsay Domaschuk of tendance to the 40th An- all took part in serving the Th ey have just returned
Calgary, AB. niversary Annual Spring guests. Also there were a from spending the winter
Sympathy to Lil Ke- Concert and thanked the number of alumni danc- months in Arizona.
lunick and family on the other executive and par- ers in attendance that af- On Tuesday, John De-
passing of Lils brother ents who have stepped up ternoon. maschuk treated every-
Morris Kowaliuk of Win- to take active roles on the Darcy Rystephanuk one at the Drop-in-Centre
nipeg. committee and the sup- spent a few days with her to coff ee, ice cream and
Darryl and Emily Barr port of Sandy Lake and
have just returned home other surrounding com-

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NEWDALE NEWS
By RAVENS GLEN WI tinuing on to University. and Allan Holmes and very difficult time, as there this young couple for many wooden spoons for all-
A baby shower was their family. We all look were so many very talented years of happiness. season decorating. There

O n April 21st the com-


munity hall had an
enthusiastic crowd of par-
held recently for Hermy-
ione Shirley Walker who
was born to Lawrence and
forward to seeing you soon
Ida!
Th ree members of
artists showing beautiful
artistic work. There were
120 items entered for 2017!
The Early Birds senior
cards wrapped up on Fri-
day, April 28th and theyll
were painted canvases,
birdhouses, Christmas
wreaths and scrapbooks.
ents, relatives and friends Kristina Walker. The show- Newdale Ravens Glen Newdale will host the start up again next winter. Refreshments were served
that enjoyed the annual er was held at the home WI attended the Juried show the last two weeks in Anyone wishing to join us to a large crowd and many
Tap and Jazz recital. Shel- of Grandmother Mad- Art Show at Alexander December this year. Enid then, just let a club mem- lovely compliments were
by Watson, of Strathclair, eline Ellis in Hamiota and School on April 29th. The Clark was the lucky winner ber know. expressed!
has been the instructor Grandma Frances Walker Newdale WI Club hosts of the door prize, a basket Th e local Craft Club It was a pleasure to
for all classes this year and and Newdale friends also the Travelling Art Show of goodies from Forbidden ladies presented their welcome Rita Friesen to
has done a great job with attended. Little sister Oc- every year and this is the Flavours! Show and Tell afternoon our church on Sunday.
her students, from tiny on tayvia is pretty pleased time, when all West-Man Congratulations to on April 29th at the Drop- Rita has only been com-
up. Shelby started with the with her new playmate. artists are asked to enter Miles Shurvell and Na- In Centre. What a won- ing here a few Sundays,
club when she was very We are all pleased to their pictures, then two thalie Hausman, whose derful, talented group of but its a pleasure to hear
young and has continued see Ida Bradley back at judges select 20 pictures wedding social was held local members and their her message delivered in
to pursue her love of dance home after a stay in hospi- to make the rounds start- last Saturday evening at items ranged from Christ- such a down to earth, en-
with studies in Brandon at tal, then in Winnipeg with ing this fall. Janet Bradley the curling rink in Sandy mas trees made from to- lightening manner. We all
a dance studio there. Shel- son Darryl and the grand- had several paintings dis- Lake. Their wedding will mato cages, to quilted enjoyed having coffee with
by will be graduating from children and out in Regina, played in the show and we take place in July. Our very items, a lovely crocheted her following the service.
grade 12 this year and con- SK with daughter Gwen thought the judges had a best community wishes to bedspread, hand-painted

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The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, May 5, 2017 9

4-H Achievement Day


By HILLARY CAMPBELL take on a woodworking artistically created an owl
project, and Natalie will out of vegetables, to be

L ocal 4-H members in


Minnedosa and sur-
rounding area met at the
work on a food-related
project.
Rylan Bilcowski, a
served that evening. This
was Ariannas first year in
4-H.
United Church hall on seventh grade student, Cole Topham also
Thursday, April 27th for spent his 4-H year work- worked with foods for his
their end-of-year Achieve- ing on a Geocaching proj- project. His project was
ment Day. ect. For those who are un- based around finding out
In the hall, the group aware, geocachers register which snacks are healthy,
had set up their end-of- at the geocaching website, and when you would eat
year projects on tables and are given coordinates a snack at the right time.
along the wall. Each pre- to find the geocaches that He also demonstrated just
sentation provided in- others have started, to find how much sugar is in the
formation on what they some of the treasures that various drinks that people
had chosen for their proj- are left behind by others. consume on a daily basis.
ect, and what they had Four members of the The amount of sugar is
learned. In addition to group teamed up this year, shocking!
showcasing their hard and completed a project Mikayla Riffel, of
work, the youths also par- entitled Be My Guest, in Onanole, did her proj-
ticipated in fifteen minute which they worked togeth- ect on cake decorating,
interviews with judges, er at event planning. For and created a beautifully
where they answered any the group, they prepared decorated cake, which Photo By Hillary Campbell
questions that the judges a Fiesta Night, which was she auctioned off. The
had for them. very well received. This proceeds of her auction Danielle Brykaliuk poses in front of her 4-H project on scrapbooking,
The youngest mem- group consisted of Ashley will go towards cancer re- which she did with Robyn Burgess.
bers of the group, the Clo- Magnusson, Katie Hay- search, and the Relay for
verbuds, are in the second wood, Meredith Erven Life.
weekend, leaving only the The evening was em- cake auction, and the RBC
grade this year. Elie Mail- and Torynn Dmytriw. Linnae and Rayna
paperwork for their proj- ceed by Torynn Dmytriw Make 150 Count presenta-
man and Natalie Wozney Another pairing of Topham, who are some of
ect to complete through- and Rylan Bilcowski. After tion. Laci Mailman then
were the two Cloverbuds. 4-H members was Dani- the groups senior mem-
out the rest of the year. Oh Canada was sung, and gave the parent remarks,
According to 4-H Club elle Brykaliuk and Robyn bers, had the opportu-
Josh Kingdon and the 4-H pledge was recit- which was followed by
Head Leader, Corinne Burgess, who paired up nity to spend a weekend
Grady Burton both did ed, the groups secretary the presentation of seals
Topham, last year, Elie to learn about scrapbook- learning about culinary
projects on woodworking. Danielle Brykaliuk gave and the awards. Each of
and Natalie both partici- ing. Topham noted that arts from a qualified in-
This was Gradys first year her speech, followed by the youths was given a
pated in Communications while Danielle very much stitution. This program,
with 4-H, and he made the Head Leaders report. certificate for having com-
Night, where they both enjoyed traditional scrap- which is designed for
a very impressive set of Also included in pleted the year success-
went on to further public booking, Robyn found her 4-H members who have
stilts, while Josh created a the evening was Cole fully. Congratulations on
speaking competitions interest was piqued more busier schedules, allowed
beautiful sign made out of Tophams visual presen- another great year!
through 4-H. Both chil- by digital scrapbooking. the girls to complete their
wood. tation, Mikayla Riffels
dren said that they truly Arianna Pretties proj- hours over the course of a
enjoyed public speaking. ect was based around ex-
Next year, Elie will likely ploring foods, and she had

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able June 1st. Call Darrel at Florence Nightingale
AUCTIONS FOR SALE 204-867-2830. (8-tfn) our waiting list! Luncheon and Bake Sale
:HVWFUHHN&UHVHQW1HHSDZD sponsored by Minnedosa
BATTERIES FOR EVERY- Health District Auxiliary.
McSherry Auction THING. Automotive, farm,
2 bedroom apartment
Jo-R$QQ/\WOH
Ann Lytle 204-212-1130 30 Minnedosa Legion Club-
in William Rose Apartments.
Don Cheslock Auction construction, ATV, marine, Mature, clean adults only. room Friday, May 5, 2017 at
Tuesday May 16, 5:00 PM motorcycle, golf carts, phones, Call 204-867-7360. x 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Adults
St Andrews, MB tools, radios, computers etc. GARAGE SALES CAMPGROUND $10.00, 6-12 years $5.00, pre-
Jct 67 & 8 North 2 Miles, Reconditioned, obsolete and school free. (6-3) x
Then 1 East on hard-to-find batteries. SOLAR STEEL BUILDINGS
Cloverdale Rd. systems. The Battery Man. Minnedosa United Hill Top Resort camp- Minnedosa May Long
Contact (204) 485-6292 Winnipeg. 1.877.775.8271 Church will be renting tables ing. 600 treed acres with Town Wide Garage Sales.
**Featuring- 08 Case www.batteryman.ca. STEEL BUILDING for the upcoming Town Wide sand beach lake, any size RV. Saturday, May 20th Rain or
IH JX1100U Cab MFWA SALE ...MEGA MADNESS Garage Sale - May 20th, 2017. Quads, ok. Live music. May to Shine! To list your sale call
P.Shift 3PH FEL Mint 1297 PROVINCE-WIDE SALE! 20x23 $5,780. 25x25 Hot dog, cookies or rice Sept starting at $400. Site vis- the Minnedosa Tribune at
Hrs** CLASSIFIEDS. Reach over $6,312.30x31 $8,175. 33x35 krispie square and drink will its info@hilltopresort.ca. (204) 867-3816 or email your
Stuart McSherry 400,000 readers weekly. Call $9,407. One End Wall Includ- also be sold. For table rentals name and address to class@
(204) 467-1858 or this newspaper NOW 204- ed. Check Out www.pioneer- contact the church office at m i n n e d o s a t r i b u n e. c o m.
(204) 886-7027 867-3816 or email classified@ steel.ca for more prices. Pion- 204-867-2674 or Susan Barrett Sponsored by the Minnedosa
www.mcsherryauction.com mcna.com for details. eer Steel 1-855-212-7036. at 204-867-3296. (8-3) x Chamber of Commerce Re-
tail Committee. ( 6-4) x
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, May 5, 2017 11

COMING EVENTS HELP WANTED

Expressive Dance with Minnedosa Fun Fest


Crystal presents... A storyline Presents: Multimedia Paint
which features dancing and Night. Thursday, May 18, Employment Opportunity:
acting. Writer, Director, Chor- 2016 from 7pm-10pm at the Insurance Broker
eographer and Instructor Minnedosa United Church
Parkway Insurance Agency
Crystal Scott. Sideshow Cir- Hall. Come with a quote or
cus. Watch Out! An accidental
spill in the mad scientists lab
word in mind, let your im-
agination run wild and leave
)5((:DWRWR&KLOGUHQV&KRLU Parkway Insurance Agency is currently seeking a career
orientated, highly motivated team player to join our team of
has caused a growth altering with your own original piece! 3HUIRUPDQFH Insurance Broker professionals.
reaction. Can Mabel and the Throughout the night you will 0D\WKDWSP
animal puppets find a solu- learn different painting tech- Reporting to the General Manager the successful individual will
tion to their dilemma? 28th niques from Marlies Soltys (YDQJHOLFDO&RYHQDQW&KXUFK
WK$YH6:0LQQHGRVD possess:
Annual Dance Shows 2016 and try different mediums
2017 Friday, May 12th at 7:00 such as modge podge, texture strong communication skills both oral and written

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p.m. and Saturday, May 13th and more. Bring your friends, computer skills
at 1:00 p.m. at the Strathclair enjoy a glass of wine and cre- ability to build and maintain strong customer relationships
Bend Theatre. Purchase tick- ate your masterpiece! Regis- May 14th, 2017 aspirations to pursue the career path of a general
ets in advance Friday, April tration is $50 and includes all
1:00 p.m. insurance broker
28th 8:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. and your supplies. Please register
Saturday, April 29th 9:00 a.m. by May 15th at Inspire Studio Polonia Community Hall An Auto Broker or Canadian Accredited Insurance Broker
12 noon. Main Floor and in Minnedosa. (7-3) x Eggs, Nalysnyky, Bacon, Hashbrowns, License will be considered an asset.
Balcony $10.00. Come buy re- Ham, Sausage, Croissants, Salad and
served seat tickets at Crystals Minnedosa Adult Learn- fruit bar , Dessert table A competitive salary, benefits and pension in a professional
Dance Studio in Minnedosa ing Centre will be open Sat- Tickets available at the door. service oriented environment is offered. Interested candidates
(102 3rd Ave. N.W.) or call urday mornings from 9 a.m. Adults $15
6 to 12 years $10 should submit their resumes by Wednesday, May 10, 2017 to:
204-867-2446 (starting 1:00 to 12 p.m. starting Saturday,
p.m. on April 28th). Tickets April 29th. Contact Val Gawel Children under 6 free 
might be available at the door at 131 Main St. S. 204-867- Stacy Gill
but dont wait until its too 2519. (7-2) x Human Resource & Marketing Manager
late! (6-4) x HELP WANTED
Vanguard Credit Union
TELUS MANITOBA MO-
Minnedosa Health Dis- TORCYCLE RIDE FOR DAD. sgill@vanguardcu.mb.ca
trict AuxiliaryQuarterly Meet- Fighting Prostate Cancer Sat- 
ing Monday, May 8th at 7:30 urday, May 27th 10:00 a.m.
p.m. at Minnedosa District Official Start Polo Park Shop-
Hospital Board Room. (7-2) x ping Centre. Register online:
ridefordad.ca/Manitoba.
Minnedosa United
Church Spring Supper Smorg. For only $9.00 you can
Sunday, May 7th, 2017 at the let our readers know about Accepting applications for full time/seasonal:
United Church Hall. 4:30 your upcoming event. Call is currently seeking applications for a
6:00 p.m. Adults $15.00, 11 The Minnedosa Tribune at
Equipment Operators/Drivers
and under $6.50, 5 and under 204-867-3916 or email your Class 1 Driver License Full Time Receptionist.
free. (7-2) x Coming Event to class@ Min 3 years experience To provide us with excellent reception duty,
minnedosatribune.com. Clean Driving Abstract
RBC Royal Bank & office administration and customer service,
RBC Dominion Securities Garage Sale Tables avail- For more details go to: for a small busy practice.
present:Charitable Giving able for Saturday, May 20th http://jandg.ca/discover/careers
Define Your Legacy. Tuesday, 9:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. Tables Sound knowledge of computers and willingness
May 9th, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. $10.00 each. Book yours by Submit Applications to: to learn the Dentrix Program required.
Venue: Minnedosa 50+ Ac- calling 50+ Centre 204-867- Email: norma@jandggroup.ca
tivity Centre 31 Main Street 1956. (8-2) x
Clinic hours are Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Fax: 204-728-5036
South, Minnedosa, MB. Ap- Please send resume to
petizers and refreshments Minnedosa United Drop off or mail to:
will be served. (7-2) Church. Brandon Indian Res- 2404 Park Ave. Minnedosa Dental Clinic
idential School Mobile Learn- Brandon, MB Box 1200
Let No One Be Alone - ing Centre public viewing on
Come, bring a friend and en-
R7B 0S3 Minnedosa, MB
Friday, May 12th from 9 a.m. 
joy an afternoon presentation 3 p.m. and Saturday, May 13th
R0J 1E0
about Heritage Village. Fri- from 1 p.m. 4 p.m. (8-2) x Minnedosa Community Child Salers Backhoe and
or drop off in preson at 150 - 2nd Ave. S.W.
day, May 12, 2017 at the 50+ 
Care Coop is currently seek- Trucking is currently seek-
Centre at 2:00 p.m. Refresh- At the Farm Gate Spring ing a creative and enthusias- ing Class 1 truck drivers
ments served. (7-2) x Market Saturday, May 20th, tic individual for the position and a labourer. Gravel
Minnedosa Fun Fests
2017 - 10 a.m. 3 p.m. - of full time Early Childhood hauling and loader experi- Rolling River School Division
Onanole Rec Centre Regional Educator. The successful ap-
Spring Market. Shop from ence an asset. Please send
and Local Goods, Arts, Farm plicant must have their ECE Rolling River School Division is located in south western
40+ crafters, artisans and di- resume to salersbackhoe@
Produce and Baked Goods diploma and current First Manitoba, Canada in close proximity to Riding Mountain
rect sellers at the Minnedosa gmail.com, of fax to 204-
of the Riding Mountain Bio- Aid and CPR and will be sub-
Community Conference Cen- sphere Reserve. For More Info ject to Criminal Record and
867-5661, or mail to Box National Park and Brandon, Manitoba.
tre on May 13th, 2017 from 10 1931, Minnedosa, MB, R0J
Call Valerie at 204-848-0556. Child Abuse Registry Checks.
a.m. - 3 p.m. Admission is $2, 1E0. (8-2) x
(8-3) The responsibilities of this Rolling River School Division invites applications for a
children under 12 are free. position include developing 1.0 FTE RESOURCE TEACHER
Kids can make Mothers Day 80th Birthday! Join an emergent curriculum,
Cards and other spring in- us on Sunday, May 7th, BUSINESS at Rivers Elementary School,
providing positive guidance,
spired crafts at the supervised 2017 at 2:00 p.m. at the 50+ engaging with families, basic
OPPORTUNITY commencing September 5, 2017.
kids craft area so that parents Center in Minnedosa in cleaning, etc. For more infor-
can browse the market. There celebration of Evelyn Wil- 3 HIGH CASH PRODU-
mation regarding this pos- APPLICATION DEADLINE: Monday, May 15, 2017 at 12 Noon
will be face painting, raffle kinsons 80th Birthday. No ition contact Teresa Guillas CING BUSINESS OPPOR-
prizes and more! Everyone Gifts Please. X at 204-867-3313. Please send TUNITIES For Your Review.
that comes through the door resumes to Box 1108 Minne- Check These Out www.tcvend. For more details and application information, please visit our
will be entered into a free draw dosa, MB R0J 1E0 or minne- com, www.vendingforhope. website at www.rrsd.mb.ca select Employment
for $20 gift certificates to be HELP WANTED dosachildcare@wcgwave. com, www.sweetsforacause. then Teaching Positions.
used at the market. There will ca or drop off in person at com. Choose Any One or Mix
be 3 draws throughout the day 49-2nd Ave NW Minnedosa. & Match. Glad To Answer Any
and you must be in attendance Help Wanted. Person Questions. CALL US at 1-866- Thank you to all applicants for their interest in
Deadline: May 1, 2017. (6-2) x
to win. Lunch, snacks and re- to frame and build a garage. 668-6629. Rolling River School Division.
freshments will be available 204-476-0945. (8-2) x Only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.
from the Beach Enhancement
Committee. (7-3) x
12 Friday, May 5, 2017 The Minnedosa Tribune

HELP WANTED CARD OF THANKS

The family of Velma Wayne would like to offer our sincere


appreciation to all the relatives and friends who expressed their
 
sympathy through flowers, baking, cards, texts, emails, phone
 
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Farm Help Immediate Possession Land Wanted For Week-
Wanted Available. 1,638 sq. ft. RTM. end or Permanent Getaway.
NOW HIRING 2.5 baths, Cathedral Ceiling, 10-160 Acres. May offer as-
EMPLOYMENT Farm help operating
HEALTH and maintaining farm Lease operators to help service
Island Kitchen. $189,000. sessed value. Maximum
OPPORTUNITY equipment. our expanding customer base Floorplan online at wgies- $30,000. Must have trees and
in MB, SK, AB and ND. brechthomes.ca. Custom road access. Nothing swampy.
Experience in
CANADA BENEFIT Dream job. Live in care- We offer dedicated dispatch, Builds also available. Call 204-589-1886, ejco@mts.net.
operating modern well maintained equipment,
GROUP Attention Manitoba giver/housekeeper in Win- equipment an asset. on-site wash and full service
204.346.3231 or email wil-
residents: Do you or some- nipeg and Florida! Needs a facility with qualied technicians, bert@wghomes.ca for more
one you know suffer from a drivers licence and be able to
Class 1 drivers licence in-house training, and a very information. NOTICE
an asset. competitive compensation
disability? Get up to $40,000 travel. (204) 997-4629. package.
from the Canadian Govern- Class 5 required. 3 ONLY 16 x 80, 3 Bed, 2
All dispatched miles paid. Following the resurrec-
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FAST card or passport required tion of the Lord Jesus Christ,
2250 or www.canadabenefit. TION! In-demand career! Em- positions available. na Mobile Homes, 1-800-582-
Contact: 204-571-0187 or email the first day of the week be-
ca/free-assessment. ployers have work-at-home Call 204-365-0321 recruiting@renaissancetrans.ca 4036, 1-204-324-6776 Email came a weekly reminder of
positions available. Get on- or 204-365-0364 amhl@mymts.net. his risen presence. Whereas
line training you need from an the 7th day speaks of Gods
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Visit: CareerStep.ca/MT or reminds us of His love in re-
1-855-768-3362 to start train- demption. www.clda.ca.
ing for your work-at-home ca-
reer today!
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, May 5, 2017 13

HELP WANTED IN MEMORIAM OBITUARIES

Georgina Senebald
(nee Taylor)
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May 10, 2007
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Its been ten long years since


A thriving trucking company since 1986 in Strathclair MB with its own maintenance shop in Newdale, MB
is hiring for the following full time positions in NEWDALE MB. you passed away,
but deep in our hearts you
Heavy Duty Shop Manager will always stay,
Required to oversee budgets, maintenance and repair scheduling of the RTM Fleet and all outside customer. always missed and
This senior position will help grow customer relations and the newly added ag dept. parts sales.
still the one,
develop and implement the maintenance plan for equipment as well as ensure efficient management of the repairs and maintenance
budget.
resting in peace with
The successful candidate will oversea the additional staff members scheduling, work load & staffing. your youngest son.
Control the ordering of parts and inventory in conjunction with maintenance personnel to ensure spare parts are adequately stocked to Remember, Its not good bye
carry out maintenance operations. but, Cya Later Dear
Review systems on a regular basis to ensure they are working effectively and make alterations or improvement where required.
Work within budgetary guidelines and carry out maintenance in a cost-effective manner. Love you forever, Ray and
Provide leadership and direction to all employees working within your department. family. x
Suggest design improvements and cost saving initiatives that may constitute safer and more efficient operation of the equipment.
Provide the General Manager with information and reports upon request or on a periodic basis as specified.
The Ideal Candidate:
Mechanical background, preference will be given to those with Heavy Duty Mechanic Training. In Loving Memory of
Strong computer skills. Sheila Usick
Ability to travel (15-20%). daughter, sister and aunt
Parts Department Our hearts still
Responsibilities:
Selling and ordering parts for customers including pricing. ache in sadness
Use computerized inventory system. and secret tears still flow,
Process in-house Parts Request Forms, packing slips. what it means to lose you,
Place orders with vendors for parts and supplies. no one will ever know. RONALD MICHAEL HLADUN
Prepare purchase orders. July 5th, 1941 April 22nd, 2017
Issue and distribute parts and supplies for internal usage. Love Mom, brothers
Receive, sort and count incoming shipments and store in an orderly and organized manner. Brian and family,
Perform inventory counts and maintain up-to-date accurate data. Ronald Hladun passed away at the age of 75. He was born
Wendal and family. x in Ladywood, MB.
Maintain a clean and safe work environment.
Comply with all relevant Health and Safety and Environmental policies and procedures. Ron started his career at the Royal Bank in Winnipeg and
Requirements: then transferred to the Ethelbert branch where he met Cecile
Minimum 1 year experience in automotive, truck, ag or related industry. In Loving Memory of Mom Hladun (Lepla) and married her on September 11th, 1965.
Must be physically fit and have experience working in a shop environment. Mary Bachewich They moved to Minnedosa in 1968 and raised three daughters.
Basic mechanical aptitude. April 15th, 1907 The family has fond memories of picking saskatoons, spending
Must have valid and clean drivers license. May 5th, 2005 time at the beach, and helping in the garden.
Excellent communication skills in both oral and written.
Able to work independently, as well as in a team environment. Self-starter with the ability to work unsupervised. Ron, along with his brother Erny, started and operated
Forever in our hearts Minnedosa Lumber & Builders from 1974 1983. Ron de-
Able to work in a fast-paced environment.
Must be willing to work some Saturdays signed and built several homes in Minnedosa and area 73
Able to work overtime and/or weekends when required to complete necessary tasks Love Lillian and family. x homes to be exact. He was a skilled carpenter, contractor, and
managed Ronalds Rent-Alls for many years. Later in his ca-
Journeyman Mechanic
reer, he worked for the Rolling River School Division, using his
Applicant must have own tools and be prepared to work some Saturdays. In Loving Memory of
Ensure equipment, tools and work areas are organized talents to renovate and maintain several schools in the division.
Steve Usick He also volunteered his time, and was instrumental in planning
Test drive units as required
Assist Foreman in organizing day to day work load for the repair shop husband, father, grandfather, and building the 50 Plus Activity Centre.
Assist Foreman in prioritizing tasks for shop staff great and great great Ron pursued his love of old cars & trucks by belonging to
Assign work to shop staff according to skill and proficiency grandfather the Road Runners Club where he could share his passion for
Ensure quality control throughout the repair process anything on wheels.
Conduct final inspection of completed repairs I thought of you Ron was very close to nature, growing up on the farm, sell-
Perform diagnostics for shop & customers-mechanical, electrical, computer with love today ing his goods at the market. Ron was a green thumb and could
Maintain a high level of employee productivity at all times but that is nothing new.
Maintain open communication with Service staff, Parts Staff and Management nurture & grow just about anything, even growing a tomato
I thought of you yesterday plant that produced tomatoes for years (even over the winter).
Communicate updates, deficiencies, and additional requirements to Customers
Conduct regular shop meetings with staff and days before that too. His great grandson was visiting and eating an apple and left the
Communicate, support and promote company policy changes I think of you in silence core on the table. Ron took that core, planted the seeds and
Maintain a high level of ethics and integrity within the service department and with customers. as I often speak your name. three shoots came up, which he gave to each of his three daugh-
Any other duties assigned by the supervisor not far outside your expertise and training. All I have are memories ters.
and your picture in a frame. Ron was predeceased by his wife, Cecile and brother,
All Wages are negotiable and will be based on experience. We also offer a competitive benefits package and RRSP Program. Your memory is my keepsake Harry. He leaves to mourn his daughters, Kim (Chris), Myrna
Only selected applicants will be contacted. with which Ill never part. (Darin), and Tammy (Bryan). Three grandchildren, Natalie
Please send resume to:
God has you in His keeping. (Derrick), Kyle & Shayne. Two great grandchildren, Carter &
RTM Transport Ltd. I have you in my heart. Aria.
Box 245 Strathclair, MB R0J 2C0 In lieu of flowers, the family asks to make a donation to the
Fax: 204-365-4753 Love Diabetes Association or the Addictions Foundation of Mani-
Email: rtmkenwozney@gmail.com Lillian, Brian, toba. x

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OBITUARIES

MURRAY THOMAS ABEL MARGARET (PEGGY) CURWEN


April 5th, 1954 April 19th, 2017 (nee GRAHAM)

Murray was the second oldest son born to Alex and Verna On January 31st, 2017, Margaret (Peggy) Curwen, beloved wife of Lorne Curwen, passed
Abel in Minnedosa. Left to cherish his life is his wife of 24 years, away at Grace Hospital, at the age of 79 years. In commemoration, a brief graveside service will be
Brenda, his children Kathryn (Graham) Johnson, Kelsey (Kyle) held on Saturday, May 20that 2:00 p.m. in Basswood Cemetery and a celebration of life will follow
Taylor, and Dillon Abel, his grandchildren Raelyn and Sadie John- at2:30 p.m.in Basswood Hall.
son, his father Alex Abel, brothers Lloyd Abel, Barry (Anne) Abel Peggy will be fondly remembered by her husband, Lorne and son Michael; sister Beth
and his sister Margaret (Clayton) Wareham, Aunt Doris McNabb, (David) Kidd; brothers, Greg (Barb) Graham and Bill (Terry) French; as well as numerous nieces
brothers and sister in-laws Miles Burton and Fiona Jones, Jean and nephews.
Burton and Ken Kane, Myrna Charles and Dick Alexander and Born in Wellwood in 1938, Peggy grew up on the family farm. She married Lorne Curwen in
numerous nieces, nephews and cousins and all their partners. 1958, whom she met in Basswood during her first teaching job. Peggy and Lorne moved around
He is predeceased by his mother Verna, his mother and father in law southern Manitoba and Peggy taught in Crocus Hill, Crawford Park, Portage la Prairie, Carberry,
Sibyl and Galvin Burton and his brother in-law Blaine Burton. Neepawa, Whitemouth, and Lac du Bonnet. Peggy loved to play music and sing, offering private
Murray grew up on the family farm (SE 22-15 -18W) in the very close music lessons in her home, and conducting choirs at church and for CNIB. Peggy was actively
knit Cameron community. He attended the country school of Cameron involved in her community, organizing Christmas hampers, carol festivals, and many other pub-
and when it was closed down he attended schools in Minnedosa graduating in lic events. Even in retirement, Peggy kept busy in Winnipeg, managing large apartment blocks,
1972. Murray enjoyed horse back riding, playing hockey and baseball. Later in life he enjoyed working part-time at Linens-n-Things, and even becoming a marriage commissioner.
hunting and fishing. Growing up it was all about family, friends, neighbours, and the community. Thank you to family and friends for their cards, phone calls, visits, Facebook messages and
There were the Gugins, Delmages, Jurys, Harrisons, Tomlinsons, Woodcocks, McNabbs, Grants condolences. We appreciate your support during this time. Thanks also to the staff at Grace Hos-
and McManuses. He had many stories about visiting neighbours during his childhood and he pital for their care and compassion.
made some very close life long friends during that time. And of course it was also about the cous- If you wish to make a donation in memory of Peggy, we suggest either the Canadian Heart
ins! (near and far) The Gibsons, McNabbs and McLarens to name a few. So many visits back and and Stroke Foundationor CancerCare Manitoba.
forth with sleep overs and family meals, playing ball or eavy eavy ivy over or swinging on ropes
in the lofts of barns or swimming in the river.
Growing up on a farm it was about responsibility and hard work: there was always chores,
pigs to muck out, milking cows, baling, stone picking, picking weeds. But it was also about mak-
ing your own fun! Seeing Craig Gugin being dragged across the field by a lassoed calf was hilari-
ous! It was horse back riding with the Jurys, or hunting and camping in the bush with the Delma-
ges and having your father, Alex sneaking up and howling like a wolf in the bush, just to scare you
and add to your camping experience! Apparently it was also great fun to sneak up on Aunt Doris
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Murray knew at a very early age that he wanted to farm. With that goal in mind, right after
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high school, Murray went off to Winnipeg to find work. In the beginning he took whatever job he Stop in today prices starting at
could. Working for peanuts, and living in some very divey basements. It was about making do, or call us 250 500 1000
and living within your means. Mind you from some of the stories he told he also had some good for details. $45.00 $70.00 $110.00
times with his friends. He worked for many companies and was grateful for the work his brother
Lloyds company DLF Mechanical gave him. It was through Lloyd that he eventually earned his The Minnedosa Tribune
Steamfitter/Pipefitter designation. However, the farm was always number one, always draw- Minnedosa, MB 204-867-3816
ing him back home. Murray farmed with his Dad Alex until 1989 when he took over the farming
operation completely. He continued working many winters in Winnipeg and was grateful for the
much nicer basement provided by his brother Barry and wife Anne. Being ever the good provider,
Murray was grateful for work at Husky Energy until August of 2015. Again many friends were
made.
He was a man who loved company!! He loved his friends and valued his neighbours and
enjoyed their visits. Of course he would often say, Youve come just in time. I have a little job
for you! He never missed an opportunity. Before you knew it you were driving a combine or
hauling grain, shoveling grain, chasing a cow, or tearing down fence posts, insulating a barn for
the horses and cows (thank you Rod) or making a door for the barn (Mike S). Or moving grain
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(Darwin, Barry).
He loved to cook. He learned from his mom Verna to take pride and pay attention to each
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little detail in the preparation of a meal.
He was proud of his farm! He so enjoyed the Century farm designation received in 2012 from
the Manitoba Historical Society.
He made time for people. His father in-law Galvin Burton enjoyed combining with his Dad
Alex and Malcolm Macdonald and Ray Woodcock. He made time for coffee for his brother in law
Blaine. To honour his Dads war service he joined the Minnedosa Legion earning his 40 year pin.
He loved it when brother Barry and his family came home! He enjoyed the reconnecting. He
loved hunting with his brother Lloyd and enjoyed the times when Lloyd helped him combine.
And his sister Margaret he had such a soft spot in his heart for you. He took pride in being
your big brother. He was a favourite Uncle and he cared for each and every one of his nieces and
nephews on both sides of the family.
Murray married Brenda (Burton/Branston) on December 28th, 1992 in the Minnedosa
United Church and then had 50 people over to the family home for the reception.
Murray had his children, later in life (age 38) and loved them all equally. He was so very
proud of their accomplishments and wanted the best for them. He was thrilled with his grand- Join us for a complimentary and informative event where youll Venue
discover strategies to help maximize your tax and estate planning Minnedosa 50+ Activity Centre
children Raelyn and Sadie. Minnedosa, MB
He felt very fortunate to have son in-laws Graham Johnson and Kyle Taylor. He took comfort benefits while giving back to your community.
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He was committed to his family and never wavered in providing for them. New stalls were from Kim Stephanchew, RBC Global Asset Management.
Investment Advisor
made in the barn for their horses, and then it was reinvented into a pig barn to give Dillon an RBC Dominion Securities
opportunity of raising pigs, and finally he worked tirelessly to turn the barn into a shop so they Scott Dyke
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He had so many good friends. They were like family to him. When they accomplished some- Tuesday, May 9, 2017 RBC Royal Bank
Kim Stephanchew
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were there for him. Cheering him up, teasing him, and bringing laughter into the hospital room. 6:00 p.m. District Vice-President
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Banishing the worry of pancreatic cancer for a time. We wish to thank all of you for brightening
those days. Appetizers and refreshments will be served.
With help we were able to keep Murray at home until the morning of April 18th,2017. He Attendance is complimentary but seating
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passed away peacefully in the Minnedosa Hospital on April 19th, 2017 with his wife, children and with Kristi Doull at 431-210-2002 or
his father by his side. kristi.doull@rbc.com, or Scott Dyke at
204-761-8109 or scott.dyke@rbc.com.
We are missing our Murray. Our Dad. My husband. We will love you forever.
We know you are no longer suffering. We honour you still.
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