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135 Years

Volume 136 Issue 38 Friday, November 30, 2018 www.minnedosatribune.com 90 cents plus tax

Drama Club Wraps Up Another Successful Run

Photo by Karen Mitchell

The talented cast of Minnedosa Drama Club’s “The Mousetrap” takes a bow during one of its performances last week. See story inside.

Jolly Old St. Nick Comes To Minnedosa Next Week

By KAREN MITCHELL “Unlock the Magic of The parade will be start- viously, float entry num-
Minnedosa” and will be ing off at the Personal Care bers have been 30 to 35

O n the weekend of De-

cember 7th and 8th
Christmas comes alive
brought to you by the
Minnedosa Chamber of
Commerce in collabora-
Home and heading East
along 3rd Avenue S.W. to
Main Street, then north on
and the committee expects
around the same number
this year.
for Minnedosa and area tion with the Minnedosa Main Street all the way to Immediately following
residents. Kicking off the Regional Library, Tanner’s 3rd Avenue North. This will the parade, several local
Christmas season, several Crossing School Parent be the third year for the re- businesses will participate
organizations will come Advisory Council, Lions vamped Santa Parade and in Moonlight Madness.
together to ensure that the Beach Enhancement com- is organized by four local Participating shoppers will
magic of the season is felt mittee, Santa Parade com- ladies; Erin Woodcock, be entered to win a key and
by anyone in attendance. mittee, Minnedosa Food Lisa Buchanan, Nicole a chance to unlock $500 of
With so many events tak- Bank and the Minnedosa Synchyshyn and Krista Minnedosa Money. The
ing place, you are sure to Recreation Commission. Powell. The Minnedosa winner will be announced
find something that suits Kicking off the week- Home Hardware has gra- at the Family Dance Satur-
File photo your needs. end is the Santa Claus ciously provided all of the day night.
The weekend events Parade on the evening decorations to decorate Continued on
The Santa Claus Parade returns will all fall under the of Friday, December 7th. Santa’s float this year. Pre- Page 3
to Minnedosa next Friday night.

Minnedosa Santa Day Craft Sale

Saturday, December 8th, 2018
11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. at Minnedosa United Church
Shop from over 20 crafters, artisans and home-based businesses!
There will be raffle prizes and more! Admission is FREE!!!
Proceeds will go to the Minnedosa Food Bank
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Bradco Earns Sandan Black Belt Drama Club

By KAREN MITCHELL dan) in 2014.
Bradco runs the Ka-
May to consider testing
this November during a Presents The
G reg Bradco has re-
ceived his third-de-
gree black belt (sandan)
rate Club in Minnedosa
which is held every Thurs-
day night which consists of
seminar with Sensei, Marc
Ward, who is a fifth-degree
black belt from Calgary, Mousetrap
in Shotokan Karate. Shoto- approximately 20 students. and on the Karate Canada
kan Karate is a traditional To obtain the third-de- board of directors,” stated By KAREN MITCHELL
Japanese martial art with gree black belt, Bradco had Bradco.  “That is when the
eight different belt levels
before black belt and then
there are up to ten levels of
to wait at least three years
after attaining his second-
degree belt and be recom-
intensive training started
to prepare for testing.”
Black belt testing is a
A nother year has come and gone and once again
the Minnedosa Drama Club did not disappoint.
Performing The Mousetrap, an Agatha Christie mur-
black belts. mended by his instructor closed-door test with only der mystery, the drama club filled the Minnedosa
Bradco has always to test. Testing consists of the black belts allowed in Community Conference Centre for a three-night
been interested in martial demonstrating different the dojo (training hall). performance. On November 21st to 23rd the cast of
arts and started training combinations, techniques, At this testing there eight proved that talent isn’t just for big cities.
as a form of exercise. He self-defense applications were three students testing Based solely at the Monks Well Manor, owned
trains out of Brandon and and two kata’s, which are for shodan level, four stu- by Giles and Mollie Ralston, the performance was a
Minnedosa two to three detailed patterns of move- dents testing for nidan lev- two-hour who-dun-it, suspenseful evening. During
times a week and attained ments used for defending el and two students testing the play the finger could be pointed at any of the cast
his first-degree black belt oneself against several at- for sandan level. Bradco and not until the very end did the true killer reveal
(shodan) in 2011, and sec- tackers. “My Sensei (in- was the only resident from themselves. Keeping to the “code”, anyone seeing
ond-degree black belt (ni- structor) had asked me last Minnedosa participating. the performance was advised that they should not
Photo submitted
discuss the ending or reveal the culprit to anyone

Minnedosa to Host O’Grady Challenge

who had not seen the show, allowing the continued
suspense fresh for newcomers. This proves true as
the performance is one of the longest running plays
in the world, opening in London in 1952.
Director, Rebecca Porteous of Brandon, ex-
By KAREN MITCHELL curling matches between on to the next towns chal- arrange a date during the pressed, “I am so very proud of the production we
affiliated clubs in the As- lenge and so on. As long week scheduled. put on. It was such a classic play to do and the ac-

F or the first time in ap-

proximately 30 years,
the Minnedosa Curling
Clubs can apply to be
a part of this age-old tour-
as teams obtain the most
points at the end of each
tournament they will con-
The eight curlers
who will make up the two
Minnedosa teams are; An-
tors did a great job of telling the story and keeping
everyone on the edge of their seats. The production
team in Minnedosa is also very welcoming and sup-
Club will host the O’Grady nament and if accepted tinue to move on, chal- drew Richards, Brent Little, portive. I could not have asked for a better group of
Challenge on Sunday, De- they become part of the lenging other clubs along Jeff Dagg, Dorn Mailman, people to work with on my first ever directing job.
cember 2nd. season long tournament. the way. Basic Rules are as Cory Parrott, Dennis Peck- Thank you to everyone involved for making it such
The O’Grady Chal- On Sunday, December follows: challenging rink over, Scott Gray and Dan a wonderful experience that I will never forget!”
lenge was created in 1908 2nd Minnedosa will host supplies ice and hospital- Mendrikis. Stay tuned for the next mini performance,
when Colonel J.W. de- teams from Winnipeg to ity, rinks have one week Be sure to come out Spring 2019.
Courey O’Grady, who was battle it out for spots in the to schedule the game, the to the Minnedosa Curling
President of the Manitoba upcoming tournament. schedule is made up when Club on Sunday to cheer
Curling Association, pre- Whoever wins the event all applications are in, and on our Minnedosa curlers.

sented a trophy to encour- with the most points at the the winning team is to
age good will and promote end of the day, will move contact the challenger to

all ice fishermen & snowmobilers

NATIONAL PARK the aeration system at antons lake
Squirrel Hills Trails PRESENTS
(located at jct of #10 & #16 hwy just
Project Meeting north of the truck stop) is now
Wednesday, December 5th at 6:30 p.m. in operation for the winter. open water
All are invited to learn about the project, will exist all winter so we urge you to
bring new ideas and volunteer. use caution if you are near this lake.
Minnedosa Civic Office, 103 Main St. S.
minnedosa game and fish association

Little Saskatchewan River

Game & Fish Assoc.
Buck Night
December 8th

A One Man Reading by Dr. James Comrie
Elphinstone Memorial Hall
Scoring - 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.
signs are now available Crawford Park Hall, Lake Audy - December 7th & 8th
Comrie Farm, Minnedosa - December 12th
Supper - 6:00 p.m.
for pick up at Time: 7:30 pm
Cost: $25.00 per person* - Refreshments and Victorian Danties included
Four Seasons Repair. *Ages 12 and up
Limited Seating - Advanced Tickets Encouraged EVERYONE WELCOME!
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, November 30, 2018 3

Minnedosa Home Hardware Richards Rink Earn

Hosting Ladies Night Out Spot at Provincials
By KAREN MITCHELL Lane, have noticed other Home Hardware’s within
Manitoba and Ontario hosting this event in the past

O n Wednesday, December 5th the Minnedosa

Home Hardware will be packed with ladies for
their first ever Ladies Night Out. Running from 6:30
and have wanted to do it for a few years now. This year,
Kathy decided to bring this to life here at home.
All of the proceeds from the tickets sales will be
p.m. to 9:00 p.m. the evening will offer games, raffle donated to the Minnedosa Beach Enhancement Com-
prizes, snacks, non-alcoholic drinks, mingling and a mittee. “They have all done so much work and do such
lot of shopping with many special sale items available. a great job,” said Kathy. “The more tourism they attract
There will also be demonstrations of different with their enhancement’s benefits all of us business
products available within the store (ex: soda stream) owners. They have raised quite a bit of their money
and a grand prize at the end of the night. All winners but still have a ways to go, so we want to help them
must be in attendance to win, so be sure to come and out.”
stay for the entire evening. Participants will also leave To find out more about the event go down to
the night with a swag bag of items that will be worth Minnedosa Home Hardware or call them at 204-867-
more than the ticket purchase of $10.00. 2802. Tickets can be purchased at the store up until
Local Home Hardware owners, Kathy and Gord the day of event.

Photo submitted

A Festive Christmas Weekend

(L-R): Brent Little, James Nylen,
Cory Parrott and Andrew Richards.

Continued Sale will be held at the MCCC will also be held by the TCS Parent Advisory
from Page 1 Minnedosa United Church Saturday afternoon. Jim Council and Lions Beach

There will also be a

on Saturday. Admission
is free and all proceeds go
Carey’s “The Grinch” will
delight audiences young
Enhancement Committee.
There will be dancing with
O n November 24th and 25th, the Andrew Richards
curling team consisting of Cory Parrott, James Nylen
and Brent Little, won the Men’s Curling Club Champion-
bonfire at Tanner’s Park to the Minnedosa Food and old and the Recreation Santa, ping pong tourna- ship Regionals  at the Neepawa Curling Club. The team
and everyone is welcome. Bank. This is the first year Commission is handing ment, holiday sweater will now go on to the Provincials and represent Sport Re-
The Minnedosa Food Bank for this event and there are out free popcorn. There contest, raffle table, 50/50, gion WEST 1 at the Charleswood Curling Club in Winni-
will be on hand collecting approximately 20 tables will also be a canteen hot chocolate bar, cash peg on March 14th, 2019.
donations. including crafters, artisans available for the purchase bar and the canteen will Wilma Jones and her team of Angie Dmytriw, Joan
On Saturday, De- and home-based business of other snacks. be open with homemade Tegg and Corinne Topham also competed in the wom-
cember 8th the festivities vendors. Items range from Wrapping up the soup and chili ready for en’s side of the competition but were not as successful.
continue with Santa Day over 50 kinds of home- weekend will be the Fam- sale. Be sure to bring your Darla Hanke and her rink from Neepawa will represent
held at the Minnedosa made fudge, sweater mit- ily Christmas Dance at the letters to Santa with you as WEST 1 Women during Provincials.
Community Conference tens, make-up, clothing, Minnedosa Conference well for drop off.
Centre (MCCC). Each fam- Christmas décor to barn- Centre Saturday night. Gather the family,
ily will receive one free 4x6 board art, etc. This will be the second grab your winter jacket,
photo with Santa from the The Minnedosa Re- year for the dance and is mitts and toque and head
Minnedosa Chamber of gional Library will be tak- sponsored by the Heritage out on this two-day local
The Minnedosa Performing Arts
Commerce, with an op- ing part in festivities by Co-op and the Town of holiday event that is sure Expressions Concert Series Presents
portunity to purchase having a book sale, Christ- Minnedosa and organized not to disappoint!
more if desired. Lunch
will also be available with
the proceeds going to the
mas carols and activities
throughout the weekend
and don’t forget about the
Brandon Community
MCI Class of 2019. There
will be a craft table ran by
the TCS LS!N group, sleigh
story time reading with
Mrs. Claus on Saturday
afternoon. You can also
The Minnedosa Performing Arts Expressions Concert Series

Quinton Blair
rides sponsored by the check out the activity table
Minnedosa Credit Union, where you can create your Wednesday, December 5th, 2018
and the Minnedosa Food very own Christmas book- Show starts
Bank will be on hand col- mark and finish up your Friday, October 7th,at 7:30
2016 p.m.
at 7:30 p.m.
lecting donations. letter to Santa. MinnedosaTanner’s
Community Crossing
Conference Centre
The Santa Day Craft A holiday movie at Doors School
open atPit 7:00 p.m.
Advance tickets available at the Library.
Adults $20 (Students accompanied by an adult free)
Students (13-18) $10
Tickets available at the Door.
Web site: http://www.expressionsconcerts.ca
Adults $20
Students (13-18)
Wine and beer available
for purchaseFree if accompanied by an adult or $10
(must be 18 years or older).
Please drink All proceeds to go to
2018/19 Memberships are
Minnedosa Performing
Arts Committee

now available!
Join us in helping to promote
safe snowmobiling.
$25.00 - single
$45.00 - family With much appreciation to our sponsors:

Available at Four Seasons Repair

(Each membership comes with discounts for local rewards) (37-2)
4 Friday, November 30, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Darryl a.Holyk - PublisHer anD eDitor


Fighting A Local Battle
vision/telephone/internet provider or community col-

lege. Minnedosa does already have its own newspaper

T his year, The Minnedosa Tribune is celebrating a mile-

stone – 135 years as the local newspaper and printing
service for our community. During this celebratory an-
and printing service. I find it very unfortunate that our
Minnedosa Chamber will now be promoting an out-
of-town newspaper and printing service along side The
niversary year this landmark business is facing a new, Tribune on its membership directory. Is that really sup-
By Darryl Holyk unsettling challenge. porting the shop local initiative? I am sure our other local
Earlier in the year, one of The Tribune’s direct out-of- Chamber members would not be pleased to have their
town competitors, The Neepawa Banner and Press, was direct out-of-town competitors become a part of their lo-
Pink the Rink… accepted as a new member of the Minnedosa Chamber cal Chamber of Commerce.
As you will see by the ad in today’s edition, the Chan- of Commerce. They had tried to join previously but had Certainly, the Neepawa newspaper does have read-
cellor Hockey team will host the McCreary Mountaineers not been successful. When I learned of this recent mem- ers here in our community just as The Minnedosa Tribune
for their 4th Annual Pink the Rink - Hockey Fights Cancer bership approval, I reached out to my local Chamber ex- has readers in our neighbouring communities, including
event tonight, November 30th at the Minnedosa Arena. ecutive to express my concerns as a local business owner Neepawa. Does this warrant them as a member of the
This event was started by players in 2015 and is driven by and long-time Minnedosa Chamber member and sup- Minnedosa Chamber? Some local residents frequent
the players, with each Chancellor dedicating this game porter. businesses such as Walmart, Superstore, Canadian Tire,
to a friend or family member affected by cancer. Over the I questioned why one of Minnedosa’s direct com- Boston Pizza or Tim Hortons, for example. Can these
history of this event, the team has donated over $3,000 petitors from a neighbouring community had been ap- out-of-town business competitors now join our local
to fight cancer. The Chancellors invite you to the game to proved for membership with our local Chamber of Com- Minnedosa Chamber to compete with Minnedosa’s own
raise money for the Canadian Cancer Society. merce. Earlier this week, our current Chamber Executive small-scale department store, grocery stores, hardwares,
asked to meet with me to inform me that after careful garages, restaurants, coffee shops and bakeries? I also
review, they have decided to allow The Minnedosa Tri- know local residents who use the services of out-of-town
Illuminated Memories… bune’s out-of-town competitor to remain as a member of chiropractors, dentists, optometrists, etc. Will they be
The Heritage Memory Lights will be lit in the large the Minnedosa Chamber of Commerce. welcomed into our local Chamber with open arms?
spruce tree of Tanner’s Crossing Park just in time for the On behalf of The Minnedosa Tribune and its long, What’s done is done and our Minnedosa Chamber
Santa Parade next Friday night. Due to small attendance rich and important history in our community, I am dis- executive has made its ruling in this matter. As a local,
in the past, there will be no formal ceremony again this appointed and concerned with my local Chamber’s de- independent, small business owner, local taxpayer and
year. This successful fundraiser for the Minnedosa Dis- cision. As the current publisher of this sturdy old local advocate for the shop local movement, I am concerned
trict Museum and Heritage Village usually raises around business, I am personally hurt and feel let down by my and will keep a very close eye on this issue. I will continue
$1,000. If you haven’t yet purchased your memory light hometown Chamber of Commerce. I am also worried to be a loud voice for the importance of supporting our
in memory of a loved one you wish to remember this about the economic harm this decision could cause for Minnedosa businesses by shopping local and encour-
holiday season, there is still time. Names of those being our small-town community newspaper and printing age our local residents, as well as our local businesses,
remembered will appear in The Tribune’s annual Christ- business. We are already battling to compete with free organizations and service clubs to support one another
mas edition on December 21st. online advertising through social media and free com- so that we can continue to have a Minnedosa business
munity bulletin boards. district that offers a wide array of products and services
Leaders Learning… Our Chamber’s recent decision to allow a competitor
from another town feels like a hard slap in the face, not
right here at home. We have already lost too many valu-
able businesses in the past, leaving locals with no choice
Elected municipal officials gathered in the prov-
only to me and my staff, but also to the decades of service but to shop for certain things in other communities. I will
ince’s capital this week to attend the 20th annual con-
The Minnedosa Tribune has provided to this community also continue to fight for The Minnedosa Tribune and its
vention of the Association of Manitoba Municipalities.
since it opened in 1883, the year our town was incorpo- value in our community as the LOCAL community news-
The various topics, speakers and networking opportuni-
rated. The Tribune has been there since day one and now, paper and printer.
ties were hopefully beneficial to our newly-elected mu-
in its 135th year of business, it is being let down by its own Now, more than ever, I ask for the help of our read-
nicipal leaders as well as those returning to municipal
“voice of the business community”. I do sincerely hope ers, advertisers and customers – when approached to
council tables around the province.
our Chamber will continue to support its hometown spend your hard-earned dollars with an out-of-town
Chamber members in every possible opportunity. competitor, please think of your local business that offers
Ticket giveaway… It was pointed out to me that our current Chamber
membership includes a number of out-of-town mem-
that product or service right here at home. Spend your
dollars locally to support your community and help that
Ready hockey fans? We again have a pair of tickets to
give away to the Brandon Wheat Kings game against the bers. This is true – Minnedosa Chamber members in- local business continue to keep its doors open, provide
Medicine Hat Tigers on Tuesday, December 4th. To win, clude Central Plains Cancer Care from Portage, Q Coun- employment for your friends and neighbours, continue
be the first to call The Tribune office at 204-867-3816 and try/CKLQ/Star FM, Westman Communications Group to provide its products and services and continue to give
tell us who the Chancellors goalie was for its recent four and Assiniboine Community College all from Brandon. back to your community through sponsorships and do-
games. If you don’t know off the top of your head, the However, the last time I checked, Minnedosa did not nations. Please, every time you can, put your local home-
answer can be found in today’s Tribune. Good luck! have its own cancer resource service, radio station, tele- town businesses and services first and foremost!

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Throne Speech Signals More Work

on Manitoba’s Road to Recovery
children. tions with business and Ye O l d
We are developing a industry representatives.
Under The Dome new housing strategy to Meanwhile, a lead organi-
By support the diverse needs zation will be established
of Manitobans, while call- to support economic
GREG NESBITT ing for collaboration with growth and development
Riding Mountain MLA the other levels of gov- in the north. We will, as
ernment. In addition, we well, work toward a new
are committed to reduc- approach to tax-increment
ing poverty by helping financing with an aim to 1888 – The Clanwilliam Methodist Church is about
O ur government is well
on its way to making
Manitoba the most im-
Clinical and Preventive
Services Plan to guide de-
cisions toward better care,
employable Manitobans
make the transition from
welfare to the workforce.
increase private invest-
ment and drive economic
complete and the dedication service will be held this

proved province in Can- shorter wait times and im- And we are holding off on While ensuring Mani- 1898 – School attendance for November: Miss Rook -
ada, as we continue to fix proved clinical outcomes. any further expansion of toba’s economy continues enrollment 63 with average 48, Miss Hickie -enrollment
our finances, repair ser- Our government has gaming pending a review to thrive, we are bring- 54 with average 42, Mr. Cook – enrollment 62 with aver-
vices and rebuild the econ- begun investing more than of our gaming strategy. ing in legislation to better age 48.5, Mr. Grierson – enrollment 51 with average 38.5.
omy. To begin the new $5.3 million to significantly For victims of domes- protect consumers against Total school enrollment – 230 with average attendance
legislative session in No- increase the number of hip tic violence, we are im- direct sellers’ unsolicited 177.
vember, the speech from replacements, knee re- proving support through high-pressure tactics. The
the throne highlighted our placements and cataract two new pilot programs Vital Statistics agency will
key priorities. surgeries in 2019. The new and bringing in legislation make changes to improve 1908 – Rookhurst School will be the scene of an inter-
We are reducing the investment will ensure at for a first-in-Canada fam- protection of private per- esting public option meeting. Several addresses will be
provincial deficit while least 1,000 more hip and ily resolution service. We sonal information and to given and the Good Templars of Moore Park will provide
providing tax relief for knee replacements are will also review policing reduce service costs for cli- the program.
families and small busi- performed, and will fund services with an objective ents.
nesses. We will bring for- at least 2,000 additional to reduce crime, improve With the recreational 1918 – A motor car ran into a lumber wagon near the
ward a Referendum Act to cataract surgeries. public safety and contrib- use of cannabis now legal Catharine Street railway crossing and had its wheels
restore the rights of Mani- We will also imple- ute to the goals of our jus- in Canada, our govern- smashed. The driver jumped out of the auto and let it go
tobans to vote on major ment a comprehensive tice system modernization ment will follow up on into the ditch. No one was injured.
tax increases, and provide plan to guide improve- strategy. Manitoba’s successful first
a framework for holding ments to mental health In response to the phase of private-sector
such referendums. As well, and addictions services, dangers of impaired driv- sales by moving to an open
1928 – Visiting hoodlums drove through the streets of
neighbouring town and fired off shot guns.
to build on our transfor- and continue toward con- ing, an Immediate Road- market. A social respon-
mation strategy for chang- struction of 1,200 addi- side Prohibition program sibility fee will ensure all
ing the culture of govern- tional personal care home will be introduced to allow cannabis retailers share 1938 – Workers in the Minnedosa wood camps at Rid-
ment and providing the beds by 2025 as part of a police to deal with lower- the health, education and ing Mountain staged a short strike last week.
best services possible, we strategy to enhance sup- level alcohol-related cases policing costs associated
will create a Public Service ports for seniors. more quickly with the use with legalization. The 1958 – The Co-op Neighbour Night, sponsored by
Act that reflects the needs Our government is of administrative penal- health and safety of the the Consumers Co-op, Pool elevators, United Milk Pro-
and principles of Manito- protecting vulnerable ties. public, protection of our ducers and the Credit Union, was attended by over 600
bans for the future. Manitobans and improv- In education, we will youth and elimination of adults and children. There was a good lunch, variety con-
As our health-care ing social services. With soon launch the first in- the black market remain cert and dance.
system undergoes a trans- our focus on keeping chil- depth review of Manitoba’s our primary concerns.
formation to make it bet- dren and families together, kindergarten to Grade 12 Our government is
ter and more sustainable, we have recently seen a system in decades and making strong progress on 1968 – The Chamber of Commerce announces store
upcoming amendments decrease in the number engage with parents, pro- Manitoba’s road to recov- opening hours for the Christmas season. Stores will re-
to the Regional Health Au- of kids in the care of Child fessionals, experts and ery. A brighter, more pros- main open all-day Monday up to Christmas. In addition,
thorities Act will clarify the and Family Services (CFS) others in order to improve perous future awaits our they will remain open until 9 p.m. on December 19th,
roles of the Department of – the first such reduction schooling for students. province, though much 20th and 23rd.
Health, Seniors and Active in Manitoba in the past Our government is work lies ahead. To vastly
Living, Shared Health and 15 years. Emphasizing rebooting Manitoba’s ap- improve Manitoba and the 1978 – People’s Co-op Creamery of Winnipeg cel-
the various organizations community involvement proach to economic devel- lives of Manitobans, we are ebrated 50 years in business with a banquet here. The
delivering services. Next and reunification, we will opment with a fresh action making the necessary de- Minnedosa plant is entering its 40th year and local man-
summer, we will release amend CFS legislation to plan, following an exten- cisions with courage and ager, John Wityshyn was honoured for 25 years with the
Manitoba’s first provincial bring better outcomes for sive review and consulta- care. company – 20 of which have been in Minnedosa. Also
honoured with 30-year local employee Walter Syntak.

1988 - The Rec Commission recnetly hosted a weight-

Minnedosa Letters to the Editor lifting clinic to determine if there was interest in forming

Lions Club The Minnedosa Tribune welcomes Letters to the

Editor. All letters must include the writers full name,
a local weight club. Although those who attended, en-
joyed the clinic, there will need to be greater attendance
and support to start a club.
CONGRATULATIONS address, and telephone number. Only the writer’s
name will be published; address and phone number
Cindy & Greg Grant $500 are required for confirmation. Anonymous letters will
2008 – The last traces of the Tirecraft brand were re-
moved from the Minnedosa Tire Shop last week as new
not be published. Letters that are deemed libelous,
Integra Tire signage went up.
in bad taste, or describe an incident involving other
Keith Ritchie & Gus Kartanson $300 people, will not be published.
The Minnedosa Tribune reserves the right to
Aaron Cibula Gaiser $200 edit letters based on taste, legality, clarity, and Tribune Founder
length. Letters to the Editor can be submitted in William Gibbens
WINNERS OF THE November 2018 person, sent by mail to Box 930, Minnedosa, MB Born - 1854 at London, England
RF 281
R0J 1E0, by fax (204) 867-5171, or by email to
Died - February 20, 1932
at Cornwall, Ontario
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MCI Hosts Divisional Career Fair

By KAREN MITCHELL Manitoba Hydro, Cana- with a total of 21 different
dian Armed Forces, trades, presenters.

O n Tuesday, November
20th, high school stu-
dents from Rolling River
healthcare, journalism,
engineering and more.
“Some students found
“This was the first
time for an event like this
in our division,” explained
School Division (RRSD) the event to be a bit over- Henry. “It was incredible
participated in a Post-Sec- whelming as there was a to see that many students
ondary/Career Day hosted lot of information to take at one school. Present-
at Minnedosa Collegiate in,” stated Melanie Henry, ers had booths set up in
(MCI). RRSD Career Coordina- the hallways, classrooms,
Grade 9 and 10 stu- tor. “The students learned wherever we had space,
dents were asked to pick how to apply for univer- and students were able
four different career ses- sity and college, also about to ask questions and pick
sions to attend while scholarship options and up information on their
Grade 11 and 12 students tuition costs. This experi- breaks. This set-up worked
could choose two post- ence added a bit of reality well and we have received
secondary sessions and to their planning process, some positive feedback.
two career sessions. which is a great thing.” We hope to host this event
The options ranged All four high schools next year, and set up infor-
Photo by Karen Mitchell
from various Universities, within RRSD (Minnedosa, mation booths in the gym
Colleges, Specialty Schools Erickson, Rivers and El- so students and presenters
Sgt. Kevin Spooner, Recuiter with the Canadian Armed Forces speaks
for fashion and music, ton) took part in the event have more space.”
to Rolling River School Division High School students.

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Emergency Alert Test

By KAREN MITCHELL work, cell tower coverage cy and CodeRED General.
or device software or set- Examples of Emergency

O n Wednesday, No-
vember 28th at 1:55
p.m. the Manitoba Emer-
EMO encourages all
those individuals who did
messages would be se-
vere weather, a train de-
railment, explosion, etc.

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gency Measures Organi- not receive a test message Examples of general mes-
zation (EMO) sent out an on their wireless device to sages would be garbage
emergency alert test mes- check their device compat- day pick up changes, water
sage across Manitoba us- ibility, ensure your device main repair locations, etc.

� � � ��� �
ing the Alert Ready System. has the latest software up- If Minnedosa or R.M.
The test message was dis- date installed or upgrading residents have not yet
tributed through means of your device all together. signed up to receive Co-
TV, radio and wireless de- If you do receive a deRED messages they

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vices and requires no sign message be sure to share can go to the Discover
up to receive messages. it with your friends, family Minnedosa website to reg-
According to Mani- and social networks as not ister. Residents can also
toba EMO, “Testing of all everyone will receive the call or visit the Town or
components of the Alert alert. Knowing what to do R.M. offices for assistance.
Ready system is an impor- in an emergency and being We contacted the ���•�knee�•�cataract�•�MRI�•�CT�scan�•�emergency
tant and necessary part of prepared is also important Town Office to find out
any public alerting system. to protect yourself. what percentage of resi-
It provides an opportunity This system is similar dents were currently It’s�time�to�fix�wait�time�issues�across�the�province�–�
to validate and improve to the CodeRED system signed up however, they and�we�are.
the performance and reli- already in place for the were not able to provide
ability of the system to en- Town of Minnedosa and such statistical data from Faster�services�are�on�the�way�for�hip�replacement,�
sure it operates as it is in- R.M. of Minto-Odanah, the system. If you have al- knee�replacement,�cataract�surgeries�as�well�as��
tended on in the event of a however the big difference ready signed up but know
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Senior Bowling Results Results 18115gm1

November 22nd
1st - Boyd Grant /
B owlers of the week of November 27th were Fred
Stonehouse and Vicky Bugg.
Other good games were Lynette Johnson 130, Ava
Doug Thiessen
2nd - Mel Harvey /
Wilf Taylor
Harris 125, Dan Motuz 194, Russ Pettigrew 129, Debbie
3rd - Cheryl Orr /
Tarn 192, 207, Wray Douglas 222, Alan Tarn 191, Betty
Jean Garbolinsky
Ann Bertran 237, Vicky Bugg 161, 143, Fred Stonehouse
4th - Wilma Jones /
137,146, Ray Criddle 186, Vivian Penner 129.
Linda Vint

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Minnedosa Rotary Club Celebrates 75 Years

By KAREN MITCHELL gratulated the committee of $1,000 US, donated in Minnedosa Seniors Ser-
on 75 years of service. the name of the recipient. vices, founding member of

T he Minnedosa Rotary
Club was formed in
1943, sponsored by the
In honour of the 75th
Anniversary, the Rotary
Club will once again be
“To put that in perspective
for everyone, each polio
vaccine costs .60 cents to
the Lions Club and current
Chamber of Commerce,
long-time Minnedosa Pa-
Rotary Club of Dauphin. donating a Shelter Box to deliver, so that means that rade Marshall with the Fun
Since that time, the Club those affected by natural our donation in John’s Fest parade, Rivers Edge
continues to encompass disaster. Colleen McNabb, name is the equivalent of Park, and member of the
what it means to be a “com- member, spoke to the im- 1,666 children being vac- Provincial and Canadian
munity.” With a member- portance of the project and cinated with the Polio Vac- Masters Curling Cham-
ship of eighteen people, why they believe that this cine,” explained Roberta. pionship Team of 2009.
the club is as diverse as the is a worthwhile cause to “Many of you know that Congratulations to John on
projects they take on. One the organization, “Shelter one of the major projects this well-deserved, great
of the main goals for mem- Box and Rotary are official of the Rotary Foundation honour!
bers is to have fun. As hard project partners in interna- is the eradication of po- Roberta explained,
as they work throughout tional disaster relief. This lio worldwide and we are “we are so thankful to have
the year, the club makes is a fabulous way for us to THIS close! There are only such great support from
sure that “fun” is forefront partner because before three endemic countries the community all around
in their endeavors. the boxes are dropped to left Nigeria, Afghanistan and are looking forward
Gathering for their the ground, the Rotarians and Pakistan.” to working together in
75th celebration on are on the ground show- So why was John the the future.” If anyone is
November 15th at the ing them the way. This is recipient of this worthy interested in becoming a
Minnedosa United one of the ways we can Photo submitted award? Roberta explains, Rotary club member they
Church, the club was ca- give where we are assured “Not many people real- can contact Roberta or any
tered to a delicious meal that we have partners on Longtime Minnedosa Rotarian, Bob Manns, ize the contribution he current Rotary member for
from Cornerstone Grill the ground and partners presented the Paul Harris Fellow Award to John has made as he has stays more information.
and received greetings and in the community and we Mendrikis in recognition of his involvement out of the limelight. Time
speeches throughout the can actually click all the and again I read or was
with and dedication to his community. Running on
night. Fred Wright, from buttons together and get told that John is that go
Kenora ON, brought greet- those boxes where they are to guy that always listens, Empty?
ings on behalf of the Dis- needed.” evening was local resi- Paul Harris, a Chicago provides good and sup- Print jobs can take up to
trict Governor, Minnedosa A Shelter box is a box dent John Mendrikis, who lawyer who started Rotary portive advice and sees 2-3 weeks to complete.
Fire Chief, Dean Jordan, full of items needed for won the Paul Harris Fel- International with three opportunities to make the Fill up before you run out!
gave an update on the zo- families to live in a disaster low Award. The presenta- business associates in community better by be-
tion of Paul Harris Fellow 1905. Rotarians often des-
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gave the blessing before kits, mosquito nets and pressing its appreciation whose life demonstrates part in the following; the
supper and Lions Club more. for a substantial contribu- a shared purpose with the Dr. Ajai Khandelwal  Pri-
member Alf Iverson con- The big winner of the tion to its humanitarian objectives of The Rotary mary Care Centre, the
and educational programs. Foundation. The award is Minnedosa Grain Grow-
It is named for founder, a monetary contribution ing Project, Minnedo-
sa Complex Board, the
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Local Artwork on Display in Travelling Gallery

By DARRELL NESBITT also take one home if up colour, and “Abandoned”, This scene is near Mitch-
Crossroads This Week for sale. gouache resist: Elaine’s fa- ell Road where the creek is
Putting the focus on vourite subjects are aban- near the end of its journey.

A n artist from Minnedo-

sa, along with another
from Rapid City, plus six
the local featured artists,
here is what is shared in
the Travelling Gallery bro-
doned houses and the land
around them. Inspiration
for “Signs”, entered into
Maureen enjoys painting
landscapes in oil, her fa-
vorite medium.
amateur artists from the chure: this year’s theme category, Joan Trott, Hamiota –
Hamiota-Kenton-Miniota Stephanie Bretecher, Humour, came from two “Prairie Practicality”, acryl-
area are among the fea- Minnedosa – “Everything signs outside Ucleulet, BC. ic: Joan loves to paint ex-
tured artists in the 39th the Light Touches”, acrylic: She works mainly in wa- traordinary subjects from
Travelling Gallery promot- Mostly self taught. Stepha- tercolour and likes using the ordinary life around
ed by the Arts West Coun- nie uses acrylic, pencil gouache resist to create the her. This piece was in-
cil Inc., an organization of and charcoal to specialize time-worn effect shown in spired by her photo of the
volunteers dedicated to in equine and wildlife art. “Abandoned”, gas pump in Inglis. One
promoting the develop- The wolf, one of her favor- Bonnie Sangster, Ken- comment on the pump
ment of the visual arts in ite animals, symbolizes ton – “Eastern Screech showed people where to
Photo by Darrell Nesbitt
the Westman region. strength, fierceness, wis- Owl”, scratch art: Bonnie is “hit”. It greatly tickled her
Jurors Lisa Wood and dom and grace. This paint- “Everything the Light Touches” by Minnedosa very accomplished in the sense of humour.
Steve Gouthro selected the ing is a reminder to greet artist, Stephanie Bretecher. technique of scratch art, Other works in this
20 pieces of artwork fea- every day and its challeng- having had a piece chosen year’s Travelling Gallery
tured in this year’s Travel- es with “wolf” attributes. watercolour. Mary Lowe, Ken- as part of a previous Arts include pieces from artists
ling Gallery from 92 entries Margo Eckberg, Rapid Jennifer Copet, Mini- ton – “Three Little Faces, West Travelling Gallery. calling Minnedosa, Rapid
by 54 artists at the 39th City – “Orkney Island Alley ota – “Copper Gear and Two Fish and One Horse”, She loves detail and preci- City, Brandon, Glenboro,
Westman Juried Art Show Way”, colored pencil: This Tears”, mixed media: This watercolor: Mary paints sion of working in this me- Eden, Shilo, and Oak Lake,
hosted by the Souris Art painting captures an irre- work was inspired by Jen- mainly in watercolour be- dium. A photo of this owl home.
Club back in April. By the sistible scene from Margo’s nifer’s love of steampunk, cause of its translucence was her inspiration for this Since 1979, the annual
time the season wraps up 2000 trip to Stromness, a science fiction genre and and fluidity. She has a BA piece. Westman Juried Art Show
in the spring, the tour will Orkney Islands. Botani- by items old but simple. in Fine Arts from the Uni- Maureen Schwanke, has provided amateur and
have stopped in 19 com- cals, especially flowers are With no formal instruc- versity of Manitoba and of- Arrow River – “Arrow Riv- emerging artists a venue
munities. her favourite subject for tion, she usually creates ten participates in the Arts er”, oil: The Arrow River for professional critique
The mobile exhibition watercolour and coloured pieces showing polar op- West Retreat at Clear Lake. flows through the town of and an opportunity to
provides an opportunity pencil. She credits Gerry posites in acrylic and more Elaine Rawlings, Ha- the same name on its way present their work to the
for the general public to Oliver as her best colored recently in materials res- miota – “Signs”, water- to the Assiniboine River. general public.
not only view the artwork pencil instructor and is cued from being thrown
of various mediums, but “still working on perfecting away.

10 Friday, November 30, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

ChanCellors hoCkey report Newdale News

By LAURA GOOD favour despite out shoot- game to Killarney to take By RAven’s GLen Wi like to send condolences with many other local Club
ing and playing the Bron- on the Killarney/Wawa- to our restaurant man- members.

N ovember 15th was

the first in a series of
three home games. First
cos, they could not solve a
hot goalie losing the game
nesa Raiders. The Raiders
took a 2-0 lead by the end
of the first period. The
B ernice Atkinson and
her son Gary from
Brandon picked up her sis-
ager, Sharon Keene, who
received word last Sunday,
November 25th of the un-
Robert Lamb and Dave
Clark curled in the Senior
Men’s Bonspiel in Portage
up was the Swan Valley November 22nd the Chancellors fought back ter Shirley Pederson and expected passing of her la Prairie with Dale Brooks
Tigers. The Chancellors Chancellors hosted the in the second period with nephew Del Pederson and brother. Sharon was origi- of Hamiota, looking for
played hard, but the Tigers Deloraine/Hartney Colts. a couple of goals. The first attended the Shoal Lake nally from Newfoundland a berth into the Provin-
had a 3-0 lead by the mid- The Colts got an early lead goal by Liam Bachewich, Craft Sale held in Novem- and her mother and other cial Senior Men’s Playoffs.
dle of the second period. scoring three minutes into with assists going to Mitch ber. Great shopping and family members still reside Luck was with them until
The boys kept working and the game, but with one Collyer and Sam Wilman delicious lunch were en- there. the final game when there
Lucas Beatty put the Chan- second left in the first pe- and the second goal was by joyed! Frances Walker very weren’t enough points on
cellors on the score board riod on a power play, Luke Mitch Collyer with the lone The Travelling Art ably took the Sunday their scoreboard for the
with assists going to Devon Parrott sniped a goal to assist by Sam Wilman. The Show was pleased to wel- church service on No- win.
Beatty and Mitch Collyer beat the buzzer with as- period ended 4-2 in favour come two of the artists who vember 25th, while prac- Deer season will soon
finishing down 3-1 at the sists going to Sam Wilman of the Raiders. The Chan- had paintings selected in tises are underway for our be coming to a close so
end of the second period. and Mitch Collyer. Once cellors found themselves this years’ showing, Heath- Christmas Eve service. that means we definitely
The Chancellor’s came out again, the Colts took the on many power plays, but er Morrison and Marilyn Shirley Pederson, have winter here to stay.
in the third period ready to lead in the second period were not able to capital- Stewart, both from Bran- Sheona Smith and Enid One warm day now, only
play and added two power and again, the Chancellors ize on the man advantage. don. There were six ladies Clark attended the “Meet means frozen ice later that
play goals with goals by Lu- tied it up. With 32 seconds Lucas Beatty scored in the from Brandon, friends of and Greet” to welcome the we need to be extra cau-
cas Beatty and Liam Bach- left in the period Ashton third period with an assist Doreen Stapleton’s who new Executive Administra- tious about when walking
ewich with assists going to Burton scored with the to Sam Wilman. The game attended the showing on tor of Manitoba Women’s outside! The lakes and
Mitch Collyer, Owen Riffle only assist going to Luke unfortunately ended in November 16th for coffee Institute at the Ag Centre rivers are NOT safe to be
and Carter Hedley. This Parrott. Unfortunately, favour of the Raiders with and cookies and visiting. in Brandon on November out on with snowmobiles,
left the Chancellors within the Colts scored early in a final score of 6-3. Liam They had all enjoyed lunch 27th. Several members of trucks or fishing shacks
a one goal deficit. This was the third and Chancellors Jardine handled the goal- at the Hotel earlier. the MWI Provincial Board just yet! Be Safe.
as close as they would fall were not able to answer tending duties for all four Our community would were in attendance along
to the Tigers with the final back. An empty net goal games.

Basswood News
score of 4-3. and power play goal ended The next home game
Next up, on November the game in a 5-2 loss for is Friday November 30th
18th, was the Boissevain the Chancellors. when the Chancellors host
Broncos. The game would The last game to round the McCreary Mountain-
not go in the Chancellor’s out the week was a road eers. By ZeLDA FiRBy Archie Griffith, age 92 at ers Mackenzie and Bernie,
Rocky Mountain House, who were sons of Bill and

Minnedosa Senior Bombers Report O n Sunday, Novem-

ber 18th folks from
near and far enjoyed the
AB. Archie along with par-
ents and siblings were for-
mer residents of the area
Anne Reid farmed in the
area North of Basswood.
Neil and Roberta Gal-
By DARRYL HOYLK was scored in the first pe- ers getting the game’s fi- Strathclair Theatre Cho- where the Griffith’s farmed braith and Bob and Gwen
riod by Russ Huyghe as- nal goal scored by Russ rus presentation of “A Ka- North of Basswood. Manns returned home

S ince late October, the

Minnedosa Senior
Bombers have seven regu-
sisted by Shane Cameron
and Matt Saler putting the
Bombers 1-3 at the end of
Huyghe assisted by Colin
Slobodian and Shane Jury.
The game ended with a 6-3
leidoscope of Melodies”
at the Minnedosa United
Church. The evening was
Deepest sympathy is
extended to Esther Reid
and family on the pass-
Monday from Vernon
and Kelowna, BC where
they visited daughter and
lar season games under the first. In the second pe- victory for the Farmers. hosted by the Minnedosa ing of husband and father granddaughter Dr. Lauren
their belt and are off with a riod, Minnedosa earned This weekend, the Rotary Club. Gordon Reid (age 88), in Galbraith.
bit of a slow start with only its second goal shot by Bombers will be back Word has been re- Winnipeg. Gordon, along Birthday greetings
one win so far. Matt Saler assisted by Brad in action on home ice. ceived of the passing of with his deceased broth- going out to Kim Parish
The Bombers last on- Lewis and Travis Erick- The Bombers face off in who celebrated a “Special

Cadurcis News
ice action saw them on the son. Neepawa also got two their first game against Birthday” with family and
road to take on the Neepa- more goals in this period. the Wawanesa Jets at the friends.
wa Farmers last Saturday In the final period, the Minnedosa Arena tomor- Mark, Sylvia and Jor-
night, November 24th. Farmers earned their win- row night, December 1st. dyn Firby and Irene Sah-
Minnedosa’s first goal ning goal with the Bomb- Head out to the arena and By DOReen TROTT vel spent the weekend
cheer on our local Bomb- in Saskatoon, SK. Jordyn

ers – your encourage- n Wednesday evening, the Cadurcis Ladies catered and team members on the
ment can help them win the annual meeting of the Little Saskatchewan River Minnedosa Chancellors
the game! Next Friday, the Conservation District. A good crowd attended. Girls Soccer team took part
Bombers will hit the road A number of hunters visited with Malcolm and Shir- in an Indoor Soccer tour-
for a game in Killarney. ley Rose last week. nament. Despite not com-
ing home winners the girls
had some good games.

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responsible for any loss or damage to any advertiser or third farm, construction, ATV, ma- Happy 30th Birthday Rachel event? Wanting good atten-
party resulting from the failure of an advertisement to appear rine, motorcycle, golf carts, December 2nd, 1988 dance? Remember, there are
in The Minnedosa Tribune Ltd. or from any error or omission in phones, tools, radios, com- still many people who do not
any advertisement which is published. puters etc. Reconditioned, have access to online adver-
From a cutie,
obsolete and hard-to-find
RATES batteries. SOLAR equipment.
to a beauty. tising or social media and rely
on the local newspaper to find
$9.00 for first 40 words, additional words .10 each. The Battery Man. Winnipeg. All our love and Best Wishes out what’s happening in their
1.877.775.8271 www.battery- MeeMaw, Dad and “The Gang” community. Let our read-
Repeat ads - Half Price. man.ca x ers know by placing a simple
Classified Display - $9.00/col. inch each insert. (Incl. logo, box & Coming Event ad in The Tri-
bolding, and centering). SALES – FINANCING bune. Word ads starting at
Happy Snaps: (Birthday, Engagement, Wedding, Birth, &
– LEASING of Trucks, Truck- COMING EVENTS $9.00 plus tax for the first 40
beds, Trailers, full repair, safe- words. Call 204-867-3816
Graduation) - $16.00 for the first 20 words and the picture.
ties and Autopac trailer repair. or email your ad to class@
Obituaries: - $6.50 per col. inch. Annual Christmas Tur- Minnedosa Legion “Live
Kaldeck Truck and Trailer minnedosatribune.com
key Bingo’s being held on Band Talent Showcase” fea-
Reach the entire province (50 weekly newspapers) $189.00 Inc., Hwy #1 MacGregor,
Saturday, November 24th and turing Blues, early Rock and
Westman and Eastman: $119.00 MB. 1-888-685-3127 www. Minnedosa’s Santa Day
Saturday, December 8th from Roll plus classics such as
kaldecktrailers.com Craft Sale. Saturday, Decem-
All Ads plus 5% G.S.T. 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. at the Minne- Patsy Cline’s “I Fall to Pieces”
dosa Legion Club Room. All on Friday, November 30th at ber 8th, 2018 at 11:00 am. –

Deadlines FOR RENT games are 1 line or 4 corners 7:00 p.m.  Open Mic spots for 4:00 p.m. at Minnedosa Unit-
with prices the same as last walk-in performers available ed Church. As part of Santa
Classified advertisements must be submitted no later year (3 cards for a Lonnie per after 9:00 so come on down Day in Minnedosa! Shop from
than noon Tuesday for insertion in the following Friday’s Santa suits for rent. over 20 crafters, artisans and
game played) All area resi- and help us kick off the start of
edition. All classified advertisements must be prepaid BEFORE $15.00. Call Dot at 204-867- home-based businesses!
dents welcome so come on another season of live music. 
insertion. 5195. (37-2) x FREE Admission! There will
down and join us.  (License Free will offering at 8:00 to
#1269-B1-27631) (35-4) x help out of town musicians be a raffle with all proceeds
The Minnedosa Tribune is not responsible for
SomerEstates 55+ Condo going to the Minnedosa Food
typographical errors published AFTER the first insertion, nor cover their travel costs. (36-3)
available in Somerset, Mani- Bank. (38-2)
does it assume responsibility for errors published as a result of St. Jude’s Christmas Bake x
toba. Two bedroom/attached
an advertisement placed, changed, or cancelled, by telephone. Sale and Perogy Lunch Satur-
garage/appliances, approxi- Minnedosa Curling Club
To ensure your advertisement appears correctly please submit day, December 1st from 11:00 Minnedosa United
mately 1,400 sq. ft., $60,000 is hosting the O’Grady Chal-
it in person, by fax, mail, or email. a.m. – 1:30 p.m. at St. Jude’s Church Christmas Tea and
life lease w/$1,000 monthly lenge on December 2nd at
Church Main Street Erickson. Bake Sale. Saturday, Decem-
fees plus hydro. Contact: 11:30 a.m. Come out and sup-
Perogies, sausage, coleslaw ber 1st from 2:00 – 3:30 p.m.
Maurice Grenier 204-744- port our Minnedosa Teams! X
AUCTIONS HEALTH 2853 moegtools@mymts.net
and desserts for lunch. Adults
$10.00, 12 and under $5.00.
Meat pies for sale also. (37-2)
Ian Budd 204-744-2468 ians- Annual Minnedosa and
5 and under FREE. Perogies,
budd@hotmail.com Minnedosa Legion An- District Christmas Dinner
Cabbage rolls, dainties and
McSherry Auction Trouble
more for sale. Raffles. Every- nual Seniors Christmas Party at Noon on Christmas Day
12 Patterson Dr. OFFICE SPACE one Welcome. (36-3) x being held on Wednesday, at MCCC. Bring your family,
Stonewall, MB Hip or Knee December 5th from 2:00 - 4:00 bring your friends! All ages
Consignment Sale Replacement?   Family Curling League p.m.  All area seniors encour- welcome. Free Christmas
Sat Dec 8 10:00 AM Office space for rent. starts on November 18th run- aged to attend as it would be Dinner! Call Susan at 204-
10 Snowmobiles – Modern & Restrictions in daily Former Minnedosa Medical 867-3425 if you would like
ning for four Sundays;  2:00 our pleasure to have you join
Vintage * 04 Artic Cat T660 * building. 2,200 sq. ft., 8 of- to attend or if you would like
90’s Ski Doo Alpine II * Cush- p.m. start time $4 person drop us. (No admission fee) (37-2)
$2,500 fices and reception area. Will to help as a volunteer for the
man Utility * BH 14’ Flat Deck in rate  Lessons/skills will be x
Tax Credit renovate to suit. Open to the event! Help make smiles on
Trailer * Snowmobile Parts * very informal. Equipment
Vintage Snowmobile Apparel * $40,000 idea of co-op office space. needed;  Clean shoes for ice, Kruk Castle Christmas Christmas Day! Donations for
Large Amount of Tools * Pallet refund cheque/ Call 204-619-8349 or email Open House. December 7th the event may be left at the
Shelving * Horse Buggy * broom and slider. We do have
rebates huygheholdings@gmail.com from 5:00 – 9:00 p.m. and Minnedosa Credit Union. (38-
some extra brooms and slid-
Estate & Moving Disability Tax (36-4) x December 8th from 10:00 3) x
ers at rink if you do not have.
Sat Dec 15 10:00 AM Credit. a.m. – 9:00 p.m. Adult $5.00
Text 204-867-0918 or  email
(204) 467-1858 or 204-453-5372 Children FREE. Includes hot
(204) 886-7027 apple cider and Christmas
www.mcsherryauction.com (36-3) x
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Heritage Co-op
is presently inviting applications for a


WEALTH MANAGEMENT ADVISOR For our Marketplace located in Minnedosa, MB
Duties to include, but not limited to, customer service, baking, product preparation, packaging, stocking,
Our Wealth Management Advisors are integral team members within Sunrise What this role requires of you: merchandising, pricing, general housekeeping and sanitation duties.
Wealth Management through VCU Financial Group Inc, a wholly owned • Should be IIROC licensed (CSC/CPH), or have completed the CSC and
subsidiary of Sunrise Credit Union Limited. be prepared to complete the CPH in order to be licensed as soon as Qualifications:
possible OR MFDA licensed & in good standing;  Excellent customer service skills
With a set of core values that help guide the service we provide for our • Must be registered (or eligible to be re-registered) with Securities  Strong communication and interpersonal skills
members, we are eager to welcome a Wealth Management Advisor to our Regulator in Province of Residence as of date of hire;  Highly motivated
team. If you hold integrity and honesty as high priorities in your career and • Successful completion of the Certified Financial Planner (CFP)  High housekeeping and sanitation standards
have a passion for member service, then Sunrise Wealth could be the right designation or equivalent within 24 months from date of hire;  Must be available to work a variety of shifts including early mornings, days, evenings and weekends
match for you. • Fulfillment of IIROC continuing education requirements on an ongoing
As our Wealth Management Advisor you will: • Travel of up to 60%. For our Marketplace located in Minnedosa, MB
• Be an integral member of our advisory team, providing financial
planning and investment advisory services to an established individual Duties to include, but not limited to; customer service, processing customer transactions, food
client base of all ages and stages of wealth; preparation, stocking, slicing deli meats and cheeses, merchandising and general
• Meet with clients to form a financial outlook including expenses, housekeeping/sanitation duties.
income, insurance coverage, objectives, tax status, risk tolerance, or To apply, please e-mail your resume, cover letter and where you heard of this
other elements to build a financial plan; opportunity to wealth@sunrisecu.mb.ca before Friday, December 14th.  Excellent customer service skills
• Deepen relationships by ensuring each member is introduced to,  Effective interpersonal and communication skills
educated on and marketed towards the various financial products and We thank all applicants who apply, but only those selected for an interview  Highly motivated
services offered through Sunrise Wealth; will be contacted.  High sanitation and image standards
• Be a proven self-starter with demonstrated sales and business building  Must be available to work a variety of shifts including days, evenings and weekends
skills within the financial services industry;
• Exemplify strong emphasis towards self-management, time- We offer great advancement opportunities within our organization and the Co-operative
management, and organization; Retailing System, competitive compensation and benefits, company matched pension plan
• Be an effective communicator with strong interpersonal skills; and a diverse and supportive working environment.
• Work closely with internal stakeholders/partners to ensure member
If you are interested in joining our team, please submit your cover letter and resume to:
investment needs are being met;
• Reviewing client accounts and plans on a regular basis to understand if a.haywood@heritagecoop.ca
life or economic changes, situations concerns, or financial performance
Or mail to Box 1050 Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0 Attn: Annette Haywood, Human Resources Manager
necessitates changes to their plan.

M & M Autobody is look-

ing for a responsible person IN MEMORIAM
to clean vehicles and do small
mechanical jobs. Apply in EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
person and ask for Merv. (35-
4) x
Home Hotel, Boissevain,
The Position: SERVICES Excellent working environ-
Due to a recent retirement Minnedosa Credit Union is seeking an Terry’s Home Enrich- Road Haul 2019 ment, fair wages, friendly
experienced, enthusiastic and outgoing individual who thrives in a ment Maintenance. T.H.E.M. Class 1 Drivers low-cost living. Contact 204-
results driven environment. cell 204-868-8088 (them@ needed for deliveries in 534-8207, thehomehotel333@
MB & NW Ont. gmail.com.
The Consumer Loans Officer is a key member of the lending team live.ca) MINOR REPAIRS (800) 665-4302
and is responsible to meet member needs by establishing strong and  MAINTENANCE in your ext. 251
home! Fix-it jobs…  Now MEDICAL TRANSCRIP-
business relationships, providing quality lending products and or e-mail:
booking  snow clearing for orderdesk@penneroil.ca TION! In-demand career! Em-
services and cross-selling deposit services. The Candidate will ensure that ployers have work-at-home
all loan activities are in compliance with relevant legislation, regulations, driveways and sidewalks.
Flexible  arrangements to positions available. Get on-
policies and procedures.
suit the need! Affordable In Loving Memory of IN MEMORIAM line training you need from an
As a community minded organization we are looking for an individual service for folks with mobil- MARJORIE ISOBEL
employer-trusted program.
that has a history of active community involvement. ity issues to manage ice and Visit: CareerStep.ca/MT or
HANISHEWSKI In Loving Memory of
slip hazards. Hourly rate with 1-855-768-3362 to start train-
The Person: RANDY SPRAGGS ing for your work-at-home ca-
Reporting to the Manager of Lending, the ideal candidate will possess1 running total, (if regular up- WOW – 25 Years! (son, brother, reer today!
to 3 years of related experience and a minimum Grade 12 diploma plus keep all winter.) Flat rate for It’s hard to believe that brother in-law, uncle)
one year of formal education or equivalent (includes completion of CUIC 1-time event such as storms. 25 years has passed, who left us on
Also;    painting (Interior and unbelievably, the time
General Studies Program). A combination of education and experience DECEMBER 2nd. 2003
Exterior)  Interior paint is very
will be considered. has gone by so fast.
near odorless now so book Time stood still when
The Organization: Sadly the leaves of
that interior work. x 
you were so sick. memory fall,
Minnedosa Credit Union is a very successful single branch full–service The memory of that gently we gather and
financial institution with 3700 members and assets of $136 million. IN MEMORIAM
time grieves the heart. treasure them all.
We have been providing the Town of Minnedosa and surrounding The question of, Everyday in some small way,
communities with high quality service and products since 1947. For What might have been? memories of you
further details see: www.minnedosacu.mb.ca MARY KRISTALOVICH Rings in our minds. come our way.
July 1st, 1933— Would you be proud?
The Salary: Those we love
November 30th, 2008 Your girls have done
Salary will relate to qualifications and experience. Minnedosa Credit don’t go away,
and are so many things, They walk beside
Union also offers employee benefit, pension and bonus plans. I am waiting for you, You ingrained different us everyday.
The Community: for an interval, traits in each one of us. Unseen, Unheard
Manitoba’s Valley Paradise, Minnedosa is a community of 2500 with many somewhere very near, But, most of all but always near,
amenities including a daycare facility, new medical clinic, K-12 schools, Just around the corner. you gave us heart... Still loved, still missed,
hospital, 18 hole golf course, ski-hill and beautiful Lake Minnedosa. For All is well. to reach out, to help, still very dear.
further details see: www.discoverminnedosa.com -Henry Scott Holland to care, to share,
to sacrifice, to love!!! Sadly missed, loved
Please send your resume, in confidence, by December 3, 2018 to: Forever remembered You did that, Mom,
Terry McLenehan and remembered,
and missed by and we are so proud
Manager of Lending your family. to be your daughters
Bev, Deryl, Candace, Kim and
Advertise in
Minnedosa Credit Union Limited


x The Minnedosa
Box 459 Always missed -
Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0 Love your daughters; Since 1883

E-mail: tmclenehan@minnedosacu.mb.ca Kathy, Debbie, Patty,

We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those selected for Susan and Barb. 204-867-3816
an interview will be contacted.
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, November 30, 2018 13

Dear Reena,
Solutions & Substitutions
The fly swatter is narrow Thank you, Mavis might break if it gets too Feedback from Wise baking sheet. Bake for 15
I have a screen door and will hopefully reach cold. The glass is a wavy Contributor mins. (or until they begin
and between the panes, I between the screen and Dear Mavis, kind of pebble finish on to peel). Remove them
cannot get anything but li- the window. If the window I am sorry to hear the underside. Thanks for Re: Storing Asparagus from the oven, drop them
quid as it so narrow. I can- is extremely dirty, soak that! Leather patches are your insight on this. Sandy When bringing fresh into a bowl and cover the
not remove the inner pane. the cloth in ammonia in- available at most depart- asparagus home, cut off bowl with a tea towel.
What can I pour in there stead of water to clean. ment and, home hardware Dear Sandy, the end about half inch, Leave for 15 mins. Some
that would clean the in- If you absolutely cannot stores, furniture retailers, Glass tables are un- and place ends down, and chestnuts will be easier
side glass? It looks terrible. use anything other than a car dealerships and on- stable, and even tempered tips up in a high glass and to peel than others, throw
Doreen liquid spray between the line. Please follow the in- glass tables sometimes place in fridge. Asparagus away any gooey nuts. Re-
screen and the window, a structions included with break for no apparent will last longer than a week move the outer shell and
Dear Doreen, commercial or homemade the kit. For a more profes- reason, I know because and stay crispy. Peggy the tough brown skin. The
Drape a soft, high window solution is your sional repair, take your this happened to my glass house should now smell
quality microfiber cloth best option. vehicle to a restoration table. When you add the Fill Your Home with the delightful, and the chest-
over a fly swatter, and specialist. additional element of cold Aroma of Chestnuts nuts are ready to eat.
use an elastic band to se- Dear Reena, temperature, this adds • Preheat your oven to Note: Every user as-
cure the cloth onto the Regarding leather, Dear Reena, additional stress onto the 425 degrees. Score each sumes all risks of injury
fly swatter. Soak the cloth there is a hole in my leath- I have had a bistro surface of the glass. If you chestnut around the shell. or damage resulting from
with plain old water. Wipe er seat in my Kia, due to table by my door all sum- love your table, reduce the Be very careful as they are the implementation of
the window with the fly an acid leak from a bat- mer and found it very risk of breakage by moving slippery. Put the chestnuts any suggestions in this
swatter. Next, fasten a dry tery. Please advise what to handy for putting parcels it to a warmer area of the in a pot of water to simmer. column. Test all products
microfiber cloth onto the do and where to purchase etc. on so I can open my house. When the water begins to on an inconspicuous area
fly swatter. Dry the win- a leather patch (cream/ door easier. Now that win- simmer, remove the chest- first.
dow in the same manner. beige colored leather). ter is here I am worried it nuts and place them on a

Squirrel Hills Expansion Project in the Works

By CHANTELLE PARROT was formed. Club mem- with interest in the space. The group is working to group has been success- shoot, while other flowing
Minnedosa Economic bers constructed a warm- Paul Archbutt, Tim Fryko- identify trails which could ful in securing a $2,000 hills close to the parking
Development Officer up hut and outhouse da and Ian Pinette, found- be widened or designat- grant from the Minnedosa lot make an appealing to-
within the trail network. ers of the Prairie Mountain ed as single or multi-use Recreation Commission bogganing hill with the

A project to expand the

Squirrel Hills Cross
Country Ski Trails to multi
With limited volunteers
and members remain-
ing, the large undertaking
Cycling Association have
been developing trails in
and around Minnedosa for
without compromising
the initial purpose of the
space, cross country ski-
Sports Dinner Grants and
have applied for others.
Additional sources of
simple removal of some
brush. Warm up shelters
staggered throughout the
use trails is in the works of grooming and track- a number of years, and run ing. Trails Manitoba has funding including grants trails and at the parking lot
by local volunteers. The ing of the hills has been the Kids of Mud mountain been assisting Prairie and sponsorships are be- offer shelter and a gather-
Minnedosa Cross Coun- done by local volunteer biking program with ap- Mountain Cycling Asso- ing pursued to pay for sign- ing place for folks taking a
try Ski Club and Prairie and skier Tom Instance. proximately 30 youth par- ciation with the develop- age and maps, improve- break from their activity of
Mountain Cycling Asso- With a dwindling ski club ticipating each season. The ment of a long-term plan ments to the existing warm choice.
ciation are looking at a membership and minimal Minnedosa Cross Country for trails development in up shelter, wood shed, and An open community
joint venture to expand the funding, infrastructure in- Ski Club, represented by the Minnedosa area; plans outhouse, new warm up meeting is scheduled for
Squirrel Hill Cross Coun- cluding the warm-up hut, Tom Instance, still retains for new single-track biking shelters, and trail building December. See ad in to-
try Ski Trails to a multi-use outhouse, maps and sign- a small number of mem- trails are in the works, and equipment. day’s Tribune for more de-
recreation area to promote age are weathered and bers who are interested in options to connect Squir- By expanding the tails. Anyone interested in
local x-country skiing, worn, in need of updating, improving the space and rel Hills to trails within user base of the space the Squirrel Hills project is
mountain biking, winter and there is a need for promoting the sport, while Minnedosa are being con- the Squirrel Hills will be welcome to attend. Ques-
fat biking, snowshoeing, additional trail building local snowshoers, hik- sidered. a community gather- tions may be directed to
hiking, tobogganing, arch- and grooming equipment. ers, and archers have ex- The cost of the project ing place, the landscape local Economic Develop-
ery, photography, and The possibility of a multi- pressed interest in joining identified to date total ap- lending itself to a variety ment Officer, Chantelle
more. use trails network has the project. proximately ten thousand of activities. The natural Parrott at 204-867-3885 or
The Squirrel Hills ski proven to generate a re- Local cross-country dollars. With assistance shape of the hills create edo@minnedosa.com
trail development was newed interest in a volun- ski enthusiast and Ski from the local Economic steep walls, the perfect
started in 1991 by local teer base, with at least 5-10 Club member Stu Phil- Development Officer, the backdrop for an archery
ski enthusiasts and the individuals interested in lips has been active in
Minnedosa and District the formation of a Squir- re-mapping the existing
Wildlife Association, and rel Hills Trails Association trails and measuring trail PROPERTIES FOR SALE
in 1992 the Minnedosa to represent the variety of distances to develop new
Cross Country Ski Club user groups and activities maps and trail markers.
Prairie Mountain Ph: 204-867-4657
Independently Owned Gwen Usick Fax: 204-867-2150
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Chartered Accountants Ph: 867-2083
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• Yard Clean Up
204-867-3121 867-2416
Alexander or A.D.A.M. Cory Johnston ▪ Minnedosa
204-476-5185 Cell: 867-7558
Jackson Anxiety Disorders People Helping People (204)Ê 476-4705Ê
Law Office - Committed to Caring -
B-116 MainSt.St
of Manitoba RAINKE'S
RAINKIES Phone (204) 857-6100
Minnedosa, MB Support Group Sewage Service Fax (204) 857-8389 Prairie Mountain HVAC/R
867-3981 Plumbing & Heating JIM BEAUMONT
Meetings are held at Ventilation/Air quality
http://www.ajaxlaw.ca Neepawa Library 3rd Tuesday of 476-2483 services.com
Ty Burton the month 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Owner/Operator
Air Conditioning

Burgess Law
204-868-5358 For more info call:
Debbie Fisch
Cell: 476-6591 REAL ESTATE Kitchen Equipment
Commercial Gas Fitter
Office (204) 725-8550 Dennis: 476-2766 Commercial & Residential
service specialist
51 Main Street S
867-2935 Plumbing & Heating
ANONYMOUS 1-204-867-7346
If you like to drink and can
Summit Septic
burglaw@mts.net • Construction •
That's your business
If you want to stop and can't ServiceS LEONA’S
204-867-5458 That's our business. Minnedosa and surrounding areas Studio Of Image
SIMS & COMPA N Y copperwoodenterprise@gmail.com
P.O. Box 36 Frank r. Ford and Family Hair Care
L a w O ffi c e PLUMBING & HEATING
Russ Huyghe
or 867-3966 penny Ford PETER HARRISON
•Eminence Facials
Alanon - 210-0433 & Product
Norman H. Sims, Q.C. 204-868-6376
Alateen - 867-5121 Owner/Operator Phone/Text 867-5444 • Pedicures & LCN Nails
7 6 Ma i n S t r e e t S o u t h 867-3401 Minnedosa 204-210-0158 • Spray Tanning
MINNEDOSA • 867-2717 Cody Huyghe Mtg. Times: 8:00 pm Tuesdays www.suttonharrison.com
204-210-0502 Cells • Piercing
OFFICE MANAGER Drug Problem? 204-868-0851 or 204-868-0863
• Eyelash Extensions
204-868-6886 Narcotics
email: pennyjoford@gmail.com 204-867-2287
67 Main St.
Anonymous can help
BURTON PAINTING TRADING Meetings every Waterpals Rob’s TAC
Potable Water Delivery Yard Maintenance ServiceS Ventures Inc.
Tuesday & MinnedoSa & area
Myrna Alexander
Myrna Charles Minnedosa and area
Saturday at 7 p.m. Waste
Cell: 868-5503
Cell: 868-5503 • Snow Blowing
Health Inspected
at Calvary Temple, • Unwanted Item Removal Management &
TRADING STORE 221 Hamilton Street, No Job is too small!!! • Small Engine Repairs
• Mechanical Welding
Neepawa, MB 204-868-5674 (204)476-0002
Book 867-5551 • Handyman Services
Garbage Removal
• Reasonable Rates
This Spot Gently Used Furniture Bin Rentals
204-720-5934 Construction Demolition
for Clothing & Misc. Items SERVICES rforster0755@gmail.com
Household clean up
only Donations Estate clean ups
Estate Sales
$8.29 We now offer Small Engine Repair Transformative
Pick-up & Deliveries Fair Rates
per CARPET CLEANING Electrolysis
Call us today for your carpet
Call for Quote
Fall Tune ups on
Book Permanant Hair Removal
week! Snowblowers etc. 142 Main Street North
& upholstery cleaning needs.
This Minnedosa, MB

MLA Spot 204-596-5111


Kim’s for Book
This Spot
Cleaning Services only
- Residential $13.88 only
204.759.3313 - Commercial
per $8.29
● 204-848-0097

Toll Free 844.877.7767 204-848-0400 Home: 867-3272

● 204-848-0400 Cell: 210-0818 week! week!
www.clearlakeclean.com bukarz@wcgwave.ca
#7 � 515 4th Avenue info@clearlakeclean.com
Burlington Place, Shoal Lake, MB
16 Friday, November 30, 2018 The Minnedosa Tribune

Minnedosa Credit Union
Community Owned, Community Minded
Main Line 204-867-6350 Alayna McTavish - Loans Clerk 204-867-6354
Brad Ross - General Manager 204-867-6366 Kim Butler - Loans Officer 204-867-6352
Terry McLenehan - Manager of Lending 204-867-6363 Nicole Loewen - Loans Clerk 204-867-6369
Susan Glasgow - Operations Manager 204-867-6353 Lisa Dyck - Administrative Clerk 204-867-6367
Debbie Strelczik - Ag/Comm. Acct. Manager 204-867-6360 Joanne Clarke - Finance Administrator 204-867-6364
Dan Quesnel - Ag./Comm. Acct.Manager 204-867-6359 Gaylene Johnson - Member Service Manager 204-867- 6357
Donna Dowsett - Loans Officer 204-867-6361 Pam Levandosky - Wealth Management Specialist 204-867-6368
Candice Brown - Loans Officer 204-867-6362 Fax 204-867-6391
Amber Johnson - Deposit Service/Marketing 204-867-6374 Email info @minnedosacu.mb.ca
Hours of Business
Monday to Friday - 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Saturday - 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Attention Farmers!
LIMIT, BY THE CREDIT UNION DEPOSIT GUARANTEE Many of our farming members will soon be receiving a
CORPORATION OF MANITOBA. request from us to complete an AGRIPAC to enable us to
complete their annual line of credit review. We ask that you
complete the net worth statement as of December 31st and bring
in a copy of your 2018 income tax return once it is completed.

MINNEDOSA CREDIT UNION If you are running the Microsoft Excel program and are
connected to the internet you can download a computerized
version of the AGRIPAC that will save you countless hours when
Monday, December 24th completing this statement. This program is available on the
9:30am – 3:00pm Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Rural Initiatives web page and is
Tuesday, December 25th called Farmplan-Financial and Production Software.
CLOSED https://www.gov.mb.ca/agriculture/farm-management/
Wednesday, December 26th
CLOSED You will have a permanent record on your computer of your
financial statement that is quickly and simply updated or
Monday, December 31st changed year after year.
9:30am – 3:00pm
If you have any questions in regard to completing the AGRIPAC
Tuesday, January 1st, 2019 or using the computer software, Farmplan, please contact Terry
CLOSED (204) 867-6363, Debbie (204) 867-6360 or Dan (204) 867-6359.


Where: Minnedosa Community Conference Centre
When: 12:00 p.m. on Christmas Day
Admission is free
Have you:
Call ahead to Susan Hyde at 867-3425 if you
1) Notified your Credit Card companies that you will be
would like to volunteer or attend!
2) Ordered your foreign currency? Donations are being accepted at Minnedosa Credit
3) Planned to take more than 1 type of payment Union for those who wish to contribute.

3) Applied for travel insurance?
4) Updated your Passport?
5) Notified your Credit Union?
FOR DETAILS (some conditions may apply)



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