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INSIDE First Acts Announced for RFM ‘19


this week By DARRYL HOLYK

T he first round of artists


scheduled to appear
at the 16th annual Rockin’
the Fields of Minnedosa
(RFM) this August long
weekend was announced
Tuesday afternoon at a
press conference at the
Keystone Centre in Bran-
Rapid City don.
Following opening
Digging Out remarks from Rockin’ the
Fields board president, Al
Mill Pond Logan, festival promoter,

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Rob Waloschuk of Perfor-
mance Promotions took
to the podium. This is the
second year that Perfor-
mance Promotions has
booked acts for RFM.
Then, just like a live,
rock concert, the lights
dimmed and the official
lineup announcement was
made by way of a video
featuring the first 12 acts
booked to hit the RFM
UCT S upports stages in August.
The festival will kick
Local Project off on the FP Genetics
Main Stage Friday night

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with headliners Canadian
“Metal Queen” Lee Aaron Photo by Darryl Holyk
and fan favourites Harle-
quin and April Wine who Rockin’ the Fields of Minnedosa Board President, Al Logan welcomes fans, sponsors, supporters
are celebrating five de- and media to the band announcement press conference Tuesday afternoon.
cades of music and Plati-
num Blonde. Over on the
If your label reads Heritage Co-op Hilltop
the Bands contest take to
the main stage to serve as
ing with “Shine”.
The party won’t cool
after a two-year hiatus to
honour the passing of its
the legendary Tom Co-
chrane and Red Rider take

19/02/28 Stage, the Guns N’ Roses


tribute band, The Night-
the opening act for alter-
native rockers, Sam Rob-
off any for Sunday night as
this year’s festival will close
lead man, Kenny Shields.
Also filling Sunday night
to the stage who is sure to
please fans with classics
It’s time to renew rain, will also perform on erts Band and the night’s out with Bed of Roses, a main stage slots will be such as “Life is a Highway.”
opening night and are closing band, one of the tribute show based on Bon Canadian rock queen, Sass More acts will be an-
your subscription! sure to be a crowd pleaser most anticipated and most Jovi on the Heritage Co-op Jordan and 54 40, the BC- nounced in the coming
bringing a taste of GNR requested hard-rocker’s, stage. Over on the main based band best known for months.
204-867-3816 hard rock to Minnedosa. Collective Soul, who had a stage will be a much-an- hits like, “I Go Blind” and
Saturday night will see string of number one hits ticipated performance by “Ocean Pearl”. RFM ’19 will Continued
the winner of the Battle of in the mid to late 90s start- Streetheart which returns end on a high note when on Page 9

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Rapid City Beach and Reservoir Restoration Underway


By KAREN MITCHELL created so fish could pass (which will occur later in
upstream past the dam to the fall season), Site Ac-

R apid City is a small


town located on High-
way 24, just 27 kilometres
the reservoir.
“The reservoir is es-
sential to our beach and
cess, Site Preparation, Ex-
cavating and transport of
excavated materials (using
southwest of Minnedosa. campgrounds survival and backhoes and dump trucks
According to the 2016 cen- our tourism for the com- when there is enough frost
sus, the population of the munity,” stated a represen- for equipment, equip-
community was 478, up 61 tative of the committee. ment access expected to
people from the 2011 cen- “The town of Rapid City be across municipal land
sus. is just now starting to see and measures for public
The small but mighty a positive growth in new safety to be implemented),
town is full of passionate families taking up residen- Deposition of excavated
residents who care about cy over the past few years materials, Removal of the
their community and the and making improvements top one-and-a-half to two
future of the area. This pas- to our infrastructure and metres of accumulated
sion is what lead a group restoration of our recre- material (silt), Removal of
of interested residents and ational facilities has been approximately 57,225 cu-
organizations to form the very important factors to bic yards of accumulated
Rapid City Beach and Res- families looking to reside material (silt) and Mate-
ervoir Committee on June here, and for our local rial deposits to be in pre-
16th, 2016. Due to two tourism. As it stands right selected areas away from
major flood events over now the reservoir is an Submitted photo river/reservoir.
the past ten years, area eyesore and a hindrance A backhoe digs out metres of silt that has built-up in the The Post-Excavation
residents could see the im- for attracting potential Rapid City reservoir over the years. Phase includes; Re-charge
pacts of increased silt and home buyers and tourism. of the reservoir and Moni-
vegetation issues, recre- At the rate the reservoir is toring.
ation diminishing and res- filling up with silt it will be now underway. mately four to six weeks to to attract more tourism to Ongoing work will in-
ervoir capacity reducing to only a few more years be- Just after Christmas complete. the town which in turn will clude; Work with the Little
approximately 20 per cent fore it has completely lost 2018, the R.M. of Oakview As to the actual cost of benefit local businesses Saskatchewan River Con-
of what it was. its capacity to hold any wa- Council held a special the project, the exact fig- and the campground, to servation District on iden-
The Rapid City Res- ter.” meeting and reviewed five ure will not be known until have a recreational facility tifying potential project lo-
ervoir or “Mill Pond” pre- So what are the cur- proposals received for the completion, as it is based that all families may enjoy, cations upstream from the
dates 1892 and was origi- rent plans of the commit- project. Council awarded on so much per metre of to attract new families to reservoir to help reduce
nally built for water storage tee? Their overall goal is the project contract to Rus- material removed, but reside in the town or sur- the amount of erosion and
for irrigation, drinking wa- restoration of the beach sell Redi-Mix Concrete, preliminary volume calcu- rounding community and silt being deposited dur-
ter, livestock and to oper- and reservoir. The project Langenburg Redi-Mix lations came in at an esti- to have a viable mainte- ing heavy rains and spring
ate the local lumber mill. has been broken down Ltd. (A Division of Coco mated 55,000 cubic metres nance plan for the reser- run-off periods, Commu-
The present dam was con- into two stages; the first, Group). The company of material to be removed. voir. nicating with Manitoba In-
structed in 1961 for stock Beach Restoration, has started to mobilize their This is the amount that was Possible impacts in- frastructure on controlling
watering and water con- been completed and the equipment on January 7th, used on the tender which clude, but are not limited water levels in the reser-
servation. In 1992, Mani- second, Reservoir Resto- 2019 with the project an- recieved bids in the five to; potential structural voir during the spring run-
toba’s first fish ladder was ration and Maintenance is ticipated to take approxi- to seven dollar per metre integrity damage to the off and flood conditions
range. dam, reduced water sup- and Yearly inspection, as-
The overall objective is ply for upstream users in sessment, and clean-up (if
to remove excess sedimen- dry years, reduced fish needed) of excess vegeta-
Little Saskatchewan River Conservation District tation and vegetation. This
would allow for a clear and
migration, changes to na-
tive species habitat and re-
tion in the reservoir.

SHELTERBELT PROGRAM 2019


unobstructed waterway for duced recreation. Continued
Manitoba’s first fish ladder, Included in the Ex- on Page 8
to increase a healthier fish cavation Phase includes;
and wildlife population, Reservoir Drawdown
We are currently accepting orders for trees:
• To develop a new shelterbelt for acreages and farm yards; OR
• To replace trees in an existing shelterbelt
• Small quantities for hand planting (no specialty trees)
The Minnedosa Tribune encourages you to
Trees will be ordered from nurseries offering trees hardy to our climate, at
a COST. Call us today for pricing and tree species available. Most trees are
bare root stock no bigger than 24”. Tree order applications for 2019 are
SHOP LOCAL AND HELP YOUR
available at our office/website and must be filled out and submitted by
February 22nd, 2019.
BUSINESSES SUPPORT
The LSRCD makes planting shelterbelts eaSy! The District will:
• Assist with design.
YOUR COMMUNITY!
• Order trees through a nursery. When you support the businesses in your
• Provide and maneuver tree planter. home community, those businesses can
• Apply plastic mulch. (Mulch reduces tree maintenance) return the favour by providing donations
APPLY EARLY FOR THE BEST SELECTION OF TREES! and sponsorships to events, attractions,
programs and athletics in your
Planting Fee:
Flat rate - Minimum charge of $250.00 per mile
community. Without your support,
Biodegradable and Compostable Mulch- $315.00 per 610m roll those businesses cannot give
back to the things which make
To Contact: Toll Free-1-866-820-1512 or 204-566-2270
a community a great place to live!
or email: lsrcd.tech@mymts.net 48-2
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Donor Board Installed UCT Bingo Gives Back


at Primary Care Centre

Photo by Karen Mitchell

Len Luker (Services to Seniors and Handivan), Laci Mailman


(Beach Enhancement Committee), Jan Macey (UCT), Karen Bramley
(UCT), Audrey Street (UCT), Ellen Bramley (UCT), Carrie Winder (UCT),
John Cullen (UCT), Kathy Stone (UCT), Orville Cooley (Frontier
Trading Company), Neil Cameron (UCT), Jordan Shand (Frontier),
Donna Shorrock (UCT), Cam Schmitt (Frontier) and Roland Street (UCT).

Photo by Karen Mitchell


By KAREN MITCHELL their plans and projects at Crossing Special Needs,
SUBMITTED community and surround- lan Brackenreed starting previous meetings seeking Kidsport, A Port in the

O ne of the finishing
touches has come to
ing area have been to im-
prove and maintain the
health facilities for genera-
within the last few months,
they are taking on new pa-
tients to assist with medi-
O n the evening of Tues-
day, February 5th the
Minnedosa United Com-
financial assistance.
Other Minnedosa UCT
donations in 2019, outside
Storm, Ronald McDonald
House, Manitoba Kidney
Foundation, Minnedosa
pass with the installation tions to come. cal needs of the surround- mercial Travellers (UCT) of Tuesday’s donations, 4-H, Minnedosa and Area
of the donor board at the There will be some ing area. presented donations to include Rolling River Festi- Food Bank, Minnedosa
Dr. Ajai Khandelwal Pri- ongoing work to improve It is very satisfying for four local organizations val of the Arts, Minnedosa Library Summer Read-
mary Care Centre. the existing building as the donors to know that with funds accumulated Youth Bowling, Victoria’s ing Program and Frontier
The tremendous sup- the operation dictates and the new facility has pro- from their Bingo account. Quilts and A Port in the Trading Company, total-
port in building this won- along with the spring land- duced the results they ex- On hand to accept the do- Storm. To date, the total ling $2,200.00.
derful Primary Care Cen- scaping to beautify the sur- pected with a full slate of nations were; Minnedosa 2019 donations UCT has The Minnedosa UCT
tre is now on permanent rounding grounds. The doctors. Now is the time Handivan receiving $700, made equal $4,300. are grateful to their regular
display for care centre committee will be active for the surrounding area Services to Seniors receiv- 2018 donations in- bingo players as without
patients to see and oth- for some time to come to residents to support this ing $300, Minnedosa Beach cluded; Minnedosa Youth their continued support,
ers that may wish to view get the results as complete Primary Care Centre, by Enhancement Commit- Bowling, Rolling River Fes- donations like this could
the long list of donors that as possible to make the choosing their family phy- tee receiving $1,000 and tival of the Arts, Tanner’s not occur.
made this venture pos- area proud of the accom- sician, and keeping our Frontier Trading Company
sible. plishment. medical services improv- receiving $1,500. These or-
The committee’s ob- After a few months of ing as time goes on. ganizations all presented The Minnedosa Performing Arts
jective was to acknowl- operation of the primary Expressions Concert Series Presents
edge the municipalities, care centre, there is a com-
businesses, service clubs, pliment of six doctors and
foundations and the vast one nurse practitioner of-
number of individuals that fering medical services.
contributed to this cause. With Dr. Taiwo Sonoiki
This donor board will be starting practice within
on display for a long time the last two years and Dr. The Minnedosa Performing Arts Expressions Concert Series
to show how generous the Ali Elgheriani and Dr. No- Presents

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Friday, October 7th, 2016 at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, February 12, 2019 One night stay at Canad Inns Minnedosa Community Conference Centre
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PleaseMonday,
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All proceeds to go to
developing an action plan to reduce the identified risks. Environmental responsibly.
Farm Planning began in Manitoba in 2004 and continues to be a high at 7:30 p.m. Doors open at 7:00
Minnedosa p.m.
Performing
Arts Committee
priority for Federal and Provincial governments. It also offers access to Minnedosa Community
funding dollars to complete projects identified through the EFP process. We visit both casinos! Conference Centre
Environmental farm planning improves the health and value of your farm, Tickets available at the Door.
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Darryl a.Holyk - PublisHer anD eDitor

Around Holding the Liberals Accountable


Town...
modern pipelines. Yet Canadian families and workers
now find themselves with a carbon tax plan in place
View From and no pipelines in sight. Before Justin Trudeau be-
Parliament Hill came Prime Minister, there were three private com-
By Darryl Holyk panies willing to invest more than $30 billion to build
By
three, nation-building pipelines that would have cre-
ROBERT SOPUCK ated tens of thousands of jobs.  Justin Trudeau killed
Pleads guilty… two, put the Trans Mountain Expansion on life-sup-
port, and introduced Bill C-69 to block future propos-
Last week, in Brandon Provincial Court, 19-year-
als.
old Therae Racette-Beaulieu plead guilty to a number of
charges related to the incident last August in which Cpl.
Graeme Kingdon was wounded by gunfire near Onanole.
T his week, Members of Parliament made the jour-
ney back from work in their local constituencies
to resume their duties on Parliament Hill. As we re-
Unfortunately, it’s not just higher taxes and job-
killing policies that require our focus.
Thousands of people are still crossing Cana-
The accused, who was 18 at the time of the incident,
turn, we must focus our attention on the ever-growing da’s border illegally. In fact, since the Prime Min-
plead guilty to attempted murder, breaking and entering,
list of policy failures and lapses in judgement by the ister’s #WelcomeToCanada tweet last year, 40,000
stealing firearms and theft of a motor vehicle. His sen-
current Liberal Government. Our Conservative team people have come across our border illegally,
tencing is scheduled to take place in March.
will be jumping at every opportunity to hold them ac- mostly from the United States, at a cost that the
countable. PBO confirmed will total $1.1 billion by next year.
Bombers in Third… A good place to start will be Justin Trudeau’s car-
bon tax, which kicks in this April. Rewind back to the
Recent missteps in the Canada-China relation-
The Minnedosa Senior Bombers closed out their ship have worsened an already precarious situation.
regular season with a home game against the Boissevain election of 2015, and the Prime Minister was promis- The Prime Minister has refused to call his Chinese
Border Kings on Saturday February 2nd. Although the ing that he would leave it up to each province to de- counterpart to try and resolve the ongoing dispute
Bombers did manage to get a couple goals, the Border termine how to reduce their emissions. Yet despite and secure the release of two detained Canadians.
Kings walked away with a win of 7-2. Minnedosa’s goals a new plan from Manitoba’s provincial government Meanwhile, we witnessed unacceptable interference
were scored by Russ Huyghe assisted by Matt Saler in the to enhance our environment and reduce emissions in a judicial case by Canada’s Ambassador to China,
first period followed by a goal by Shane Jury to open the without a new tax, the Trudeau government is impos- John McCallum, who is a former Liberal cabinet min-
second period. The Bombers close out the regular season ing one on Manitobans anyway. ister. Justin Trudeau should have listened to Andrew
in third place in the Eastern Division of the Tiger Hills The Liberal plan has nothing to do with the en- Scheer and fired Mr. McCallum immediately, how-
League, coming in behind Neepawa and MacGregor. At vironment, and everything to do with reaching even ever, as usual; he showed weakness and allowed his
press time, the playoff schedule had not been released. deeper into the pockets of families and small busi- hand-picked ambassador to do even more damage
nesses. Why else would Trudeau cut a special carbon before finally firing him four days later.
tax side deal with Canada’s largest carbon emitters so Canada continues to suffer under unfair tariffs
Spring Around the corner… that they don’t have to pay? Meanwhile, for the rest of imposed by the United States; the Liberals continue to
It seems the Manitoba groundhogs are like the rest us, the tax starts at $20 a ton, going up to $50 in three pursue crime and gun policies that target law-abiding
of us and tired of the long, cold, snowy winter. Last Sat- years, and internal government documents confirm citizens instead of criminals; and spending remains
urday was Groundhog Day and both of our province’s the Liberals are already planning for a carbon tax of completely out of control – with deficits three times
furry forecasters, Manitoba Merv and Winnipeg Wyn $300 a ton. At that rate, the average Canadian family higher this year than promised during the campaign
did not see their shadows that morning. Tradition says if will pay $1,000 more to heat their home in the winter and no plan for a balanced federal budget until 2045.
the groundhogs see their shadow, we are in for six more and gasoline prices will jump more than 60 cents a li- With all of this on our agenda for the upcoming ses-
weeks of winter and if they do not see their shadow we tre. sion of Parliament, and much more, our united Con-
can expect an early Spring. Let’s hope Merv and Wyn are Justin Trudeau also promised in 2015 that his car- servative team will be hard at work trying to ensure
right in their predictions! bon tax plan would grant his government a so-called that 2019 is not another year of failure by the federal
‘social license’ to proceed with the expansion of safe, government.

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World Wetlands Day


By Curtis HulliCk,
Field Manager,
Manitoba Habitat
Heritage Corporation
vation community as “Na-
ture’s Kidneys”.
Wetlands act as a filter
for phosphorus and other
on the agricultural land-
scape in Manitoba since
1986. MHHC has part-
nered with landowners
region, I was immersed in
agriculture as a kid and
chose a career in conserva-
tion. From my experience, Ye O l d
Trib
sediments and pollutants in rural Manitoba on over I believe that we need to

F ebruary 2nd was World


Wetlands Day, cel-
ebrating the signing of the
that might otherwise enter
our waterways and lakes.
Wetlands mitigate flooding
850 wetland-related proj-
ects and in doing so we’ve
managed to conserve, re-
maintain the balance of a
prosperous, vibrant agri-
cultural community with a
Ramsar Convention in Iran by capturing runoff from store, and enhance 89,000 healthy landscape.
in 1971 where the purpose spring snowmelt or large wetland acres. It is because To the landowners in
was to recognize the im- rains; they are aquifer and of the landowners on the the agricultural landscape
portance of wetlands to groundwater recharge agricultural landscape that that contribute to wetland
society. So what’s the big sources. In the world of MHHC has these num- conservation in Manitoba,
deal about wetlands? carbon storage and se- bers on wetland projects congratulations on World
1889 – The grain market is still firm and a large quanti-
ty of grain is coming in. Yesterday, two cents was paid for
To start, we know that questration, wetlands are to share. Landowners Wetlands Day and thank
some first quality wheat. Good barley is being deemed at
wetlands are considered to very efficient and do a very need to be aware of World you on behalf of MHHC for
30 cents and oats at 23 cents.
be a vital part of the Mani- good job. In Manitoba, Wetlands Day and cele- being good stewards of the
toba prairie landscape. they are also vital to the brate their own significant land while practicing wet-
There are many different existence of many wildlife contributions. land conservation. If you 1899 – The cold snap is a “stayer.” 40 below zero is the
shapes and sizes of depres- species like amphibians, We should all recog- are interested in starting a coldest we have had yet. Quite cold enough. It has now
sions on the land - some waterfowl and large ungu- nize that the backbone of conversation and learning lasted over two weeks and shows no evidence yet of ex-
that might hold water all lates, such as moose and the prairies, particularly more about MHHC and its hausted vitality.
the time and others that white-tailed deer. in Manitoba, is an agri- wetland programs, go to
might dry up throughout The Manitoba Habi- cultural landscape. As I www.mhhc.mb.ca or call 1909 – At last, that most desirable end has been at-
the year. They are often tat Heritage Corporation myself grew up on a family 204-729-3501. tained. You can now talk to your friends at Basswood
referenced by the conser- (MHHC) has been working farm in the prairie pothole over the telephone, that point being connected without
side points yesterday.
training program, Shake is now open and the Rec
Recreation and Savasana, and girls’ Commission will be ac- 1919 – The Returned Soldiers’ Dance at the Armoury
volleyball. Minnedosa cepting applications until Tuesday evening was excellent, there being a very large
Report Youth Basketball Camp April 11th. attendance. The music was of the best, the floor in good
By is well underway. A low Stop by the office at 39 order and with most acceptable and agreeable partners,
impact aerobics class, art Main Street (next to the fit- what more?
LAURA COOK classes at Inspire Studio ness centre) or give me a
and Zumba Gold are in the shout at 204-867-2250 to 1939 – School costs for the year have been set at
works as well as a running register for all programs/ $15,313.
clinic in the spring. events. As always, my door

H ello, Minnedosa!
I hope you’re all
staying warm this winter!
Sports Dinner was a great
success and everyone en-
joyed listening to Olym-
Don’t forget we have
a Chili Cook Off, Babysit-
ter’s course and Shamrock
is open if there is an activ-
ity you would like to see
in the community, I am
1949 – Word has been received that the river will be
called the Minnedosa River instead of Little Saskatch-
It has come to my atten- pic Gold Medalist, John Shake and Savasana com- happy to work with you to ewan.
tion that the Rec Director Morris. Fall programming ing up quickly. Sports Din- make it happen!
hasn’t had a report in The came and went with Mon- ner Spring Grant intake Stay warm! 1959 – The parking problem has become acute in
Tribune in several months, day Night Gym Games, town and it is felt the town can’t go another year with-
so I thought I should get Wiggles and Giggles, Kids out something being done regarding traffic on Saturday
one in this issue! in the Kitchen and Toddler nights, with cars parking everyway on Main Street. This is
It has been a busy few Skate. Rec Hockey comes eventually going to cause a serious accident.
months since I started in to an end this week (I can
September. A quick recap see spring!) and Zumba
for you… summer camp continues to rise in popu- 1969 – There is mixed reaction to the prospect of a new
was busier than ever with larity on Tuesday nights. post office building in Minnedosa. Generally speaking,
high participation num- This winter we have older residents are against the move, thought not in all
bers. Our 21st Annual introduced a teen strength cases while younger people and comparative newcom-
ers are in favour of a new building.

1979 – Zeke’s Quality Jewellers has relocated to its new


store between Boyd’s IGA and MacLeods. Meanwhile,
Chipperfield’s Clothing Centre is holding a 31st Anniver-
sary Sale with saving of 20 to 50 per cent on all stock.

1989 – Carol Taylor (Mrs. Bruce Taylor) has opened a


shop on Main Street. Carol’s Treasure Chest, located in
the Brede’s Restaurant building, has a lovely display of
giftware items as well as wicker, rattan, notions and crafts.

The Minnedosa & District Foundation granted $10,000 to


replace flooring in the existing building for the Minnedosa Child
Care Cooperative. This is so important for families and children
in our community. Lindsay Konsorada & Teresa Guillas accept
the grant from board member Wilma Jones.

February 13th For more info or to make a donation to the Foundation go to


www.minnedosafoundation.com.
7:00 p.m.
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13th Annual Skate the Lake 25 I Love To Read


Month Ideas for
Coming Next Weekend Parents and Children
By KAREN MITCHELL 1. Read your local community newspaper.
2. Play a word game such as Scrabble or

M innedosa’s Skate the


Lake event is fast ap-
proaching for its 13th year.
Boggle to see how many words you can create.
3. Create a bookmark designed after your
favourite book.
Held February 16th and
4. Act out your favourite fairy tale.
17th on Minnedosa Lake,
popularity of the two-day
5. Write a sequel to a book you have read.
event only grows through- 6. Pick a book to read by your favourite
out the area. author.
Founded in 2007 by 7. Cut out five pictures from newspapers
a group of area residents, and/or magazines and use them to write a
Skate the Lake is well story.
known for miles around 8. Write a poem for the people you love.
and enjoyed by hockey 9. Read a book that has a movie made about
players from Winnipeg, it.
northern Manitoba, Car- Tribune file photo
10. Create a new book cover for a book you
man, Neepawa, Erickson,
Onanole and Brandon, just Fast paced hockey and curling action will return to Minnedosa recently read.
to name a few. Lake during the Louis Riel Day long weekend. 11. Write a letter to your favourite story-
2019 will be the sec- book character.
ond year for an additional teen Rock the Lake curling donated a total of $96,700. mission at the Beach Pavil- 12. Read aloud your favourite picture book
feature to the event, Rock teams. Curling registra- Organizations who have ion and a social Saturday to a friend of family member.
the Lake, which is two per- tions had to be capped at benefited from the event evening at the Minnedosa 13. Visit your local library with your family
son team curling on the 18 teams due to not being are; Minnedosa Daycare Community Conference and bring home a new book to read.
lake. The Skate the Lake able to find enough curling Committee, Minnedosa Centre.
14. Find a favourite recipe, read it and then
committee works very rocks to expand beyond Community Childcare The committee is
create it with your family.
hard at trying to give a vari- three curling sheets. Reg- Co-operative, Minnedosa reaching out to commu-
istration deadline for Skate Regional Events Centre, nity members as they are 15. Write a book review for a book you have
ety of activities and events
to peak any winter lover’s the Lake teams is today Beach Enhancement Com- on a hunt for square bales recently read.
interests. Friday, February 8th. mittee and Minnedosa Mi- to be able to line the edges 16. Read a book that was written the year
Currently registered Every year the com- nor Hockey. of the warmup tent on the you were born.
are; five ladies hockey mittee gives back to local Other activities oc- ice and additional curling 17. Read a book to a younger sibling, pet or
teams, seventeen mens projects in the area. Over curring during the event rocks for use during the stuffed animal.
hockey teams and eigh- the last 12 years they have weekend will be a Chili weekend. If you can help 18. Have a parent or friend read their favou-
Cook off Challenge put on with these items please rite book with you.
by the Recreation Com- contact Tanis Barrett.
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Minnedosa Golf Club from a book you recently read.
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25 Teams in Rodney Pederson Memorial Mixed Bonspiel

Photo submitted Photo submitted Photo submitted

First Event Champions: (L-R) Samantha Cook, Second Event Champions: (L-R) Barrett Nelson, Third Event Champions: (L-R) Scott Gray, Becky
Doug Cook, Wendy Brock and Rick Nylen. Barry Tegg, Joan Tegg and Susan Nelson. Gray, Lynn Gustafson and Eric Gustafson.

By KAREN MITCHELL

L ast Monday, January 28th saw the start of the seven-


day Rodney Pederson Memorial Mixed Bonspiel in
Sandy Lake News
Clanwilliam.
With 25 teams registered this year, there was a great By DIanE BachEwIch spent Saturday with mom, daughter, Valery, of Kelow- of White Rock, BC. George
deal of fun had by all. “This is the biggest mixed bonspiel Helen Derhak. Also visit- na, BC. was the winner of the De-
around by the smallest community,” said Andrew Rich-
ards, one of the bonspiel organizers.
The bonspiel saw three evening draws Monday to
G eorge Rush and friend
Russel of White Rock,
BC are out to enjoy some
ing with her during the
week was John Derhak.
Get well wishes to Pe-
A number of folks
from here attended the Ag
Days and the Multi-Cultur-
cember draw as well. He
must have a horseshoe
with him!
Friday at 5:00, 7:15 and 9:30 followed by two full days of ski-dooing and ice fish- ter Prokopchuk, Donnie al weekend in Brandon. Wesley Maluk of South
curling on Saturday and Sunday. On Friday night, nachos ing and are staying at their Billeck and Nick Huculak The winner of the Le- Carolina is out to visit with
were provided to all teams by RBC and Mazergroup and cabin and enjoying a cold who are in the hospital. gion Men’s 50/50 draw for his sister Roseann in Win-
Sunday saw some nail biting games with championship winter holiday. While here, Everyone that was the month of January was nipeg.
being played out. they are also visiting with present at the Drop-In once again George Rush
The winner in the first event was the Doug Cook rink relatives and friends. Centre enjoyed coffee and

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beating out the Jason Andreychuk rink. In the second Speedy recovery and goodies for Leonard Le-
event, the Barrett Nelson rink beat out the Michael Jury best wishes to Roseann wandoski’s and Mary Nick-
rink. The winner of the third event was the Scott Gray rink Maluk who had surgery re- olas’ birthdays.
which beat out the Jason Galbraith rink. cently. Bev Marchischuk is Tuesday at 12 Noon
“It was great curling with great fans, great volunteers Al and Nancy Derhak enjoying a visit with her
and more so great pie,” explained Richards. The board,
which is made up of nine members along with many
more volunteers, is very happy with how the week turned
out and look forward to next year’s return of the bonspiel. The Erickson and District Wildlife Association would like to thank the following for their
continuous support towards our annual Christmas Perfume draw.
Seniors Bowling League ERICKSON
South Side Outfitters (Rudy and Marion Usick)
ONANOLE/CLEAR LAKE
Home Hardware
Heritage Co-op Griffiths Contracting
SUBMITTED mary Hamilton 216, Vivian
Cullen 218, 198, Jim Clark Muskrat Creek Outfitters (Jim Rossen) Horns Contracting
Muskeg Country Outfitters (Dean McColloch) Sporty’s
B owlers of the week
of February 5th were
Gladys Murray +100 and
180, 214, Debbie Tarn 213,
229, Carry Douglas 163,
Hazel Stonehouse 172, Bev
Arthur Platt Law Office
Parkway Insurance
Nordic Landscaping - Tree Trimming
Graphic Factory
Jim Clark +80. Chapski 189. 178. Wray Ken Beatty Construction Collyer Construction
Other good games Douglas 200, Alan Tarn Mountain Park Pharmacy 354 Plumbing and Heating
were Gladys Murray 202, 198, Vicky Bugg 167, Doug Merrick Construction J. Cann-Do Plumbing and Heating
200, Lynette Johnson 149, Pettigrew 197, Ray Criddle Sure-Line Auto Black Ghost Adventures Bear Outfitting -
146, Ava Harris 129, Garry 224, 188, Vivian Penner Gord’s Plumbing and Heating Larry Spitula and Larry Krushelinski
MacDowall 173, 183, Rose- 134.
Erickson Professional Centre Onanole RV Park and Campground
Crocus Grain and Stock Farm Derrick Dudman True Grit Sand and Gravel
Bridge Club Running on
Empty?
Pugh’s Pumping and Water Hauling
Bri-Mac Electric
Gunnarson’s Contracting
Banok Meats

Results Print jobs may take up to


2-3 weeks to complete.
Flemming Construction
Parkland Storage Solutions
MINNEDOSA
C. Burton Enterprises
Fill up before you’re out! Kenny and Edna Podruski Ian Pinette Contracting
February 1st Minnedosa Tribune Erickson Septic and Backhoe Mark Birch Construction
Beatty’s XTR Service Four Season’s Repair
867-3816
1st - Wilma Jones and Nordic Inn Midnight Metalworks
Lois Campbell Erickson Compass Credit Union
BDO DAUPHIN
2nd - Val St John and Northern Edge Log and Timber
Lois Phillips SANDY LAKE SG Gun Pro (Steve Geletchuk)
Sandy Lake Auto
Sandy Lake Lions Club BRANDON
3rd - Linda Vint and
Gwen Manns
Brandon Eavestroughing and Exterior
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MCU Donates $15,000 to Daycare Local Trucker Honoured


By KAREN MITCHELL

A t the age of only


22-years-old and with
four years of driving under
his belt, Minnedosa resi-
dent, Shane Saler, has re-
ceived top honours for his
driving performance.
Presented by Koch
Fertilizer Canada Limited
on Friday, January 25th,
the award of 2018 Driver
of the Year, caught Saler
by surprise. “It complete-
ly caught me off guard,”
stated Shane, “but it felt
great to know that hard
work and taking pride in
my work doesn’t go un-
Submitted photo
noticed. I strongly believe
that no amount of work is Shane Saler (L) of Brian Horner Trucking
worth doing if you don’t accepts the Koch Fertilizer Driver of the Year
take pride in it!” Award from Henry D. Verner Jr., Transportation
Photo by Karen Mitchell According to Paul Lit- Compliance and Product Coordinator.
tle, Koch Plant Manager,
On Tuesday, January 5th, The Minnedosa Credit Union (MCU) presented a pleted approximately 300 pany, currently with five
“This was the first year
cheque in the amount of $15,000 to the Minnedosa Community Childcare Koch Fertilizer Canada loads with no spills or inci- trucks, hauls fertilizer and
Cooperative (MCCC) for its current expansion project fundraising. Limited put out this award. dents. He really impressed grain throughout Manito-
Pictured are Daycare representatives (L-R): Kathleen Klemetski, It is a new initiative to rec- us for sure and is the type ba and Saskatchewan.
Charlotte Geekie, Jackson Geekie (in front), Teresa Guillas and ognize good drivers, their of driver we want to recog- A huge congratula-
Kory McLaughlin accepting a cheque from MCU’s, Amber Johnson, performance and our rela- nize for their good work.” tions goes out to Shane on
Brad Ross and Pamela Levandosky. tionship with them. Shane Saler works with his a huge accomplishment
is a very pleasant guy to grandfather, Brian Horner and a future full of possi-
work with, follows all safe- of Brian Horner Trucking bilities.
ty regulations and com- in Minnedosa. The com-

Rapid City Reservoir Clean-up


Continued from Page 2 project. City as progress unfolds.
Representation on the A town hall meeting was
The entire project is committee includes; Rapid previously held in early
being funded by generous City and District Wildlife December to outline the
donations from: Cando Association, Lions Club of entire project and answer

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Rail Services – 40th Anni- Rapid City, Rapid City and any questions or concerns
versary Project, Gord and District Chamber of Com- brought their way. The
Diane Peters, Brandon merce and Councilors committee strongly feels
Area Community Founda- from the L.U.D. of Rapid that the restoration clean-

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tion (BACF) and numerous City and RM of Oakview. up will have a positive im-
other private donations. The committee will pact for the whole commu-
There will be no tax burden continue to be transparent nity and any future growth
to the taxpayers for this with the residents of Rapid for the area.

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Scottish Pavilion 2019 Rockers Ready For 2019

Tribune file photo


Submitted photo
RFM 2018 was the most successful August long
Back row (L-R): Shawnee Inkster, Instructor – Crystal Scott, Emily weekend for organizers and this year’s festival
Alexander, Sage Toews, Christyna Caldwell, Briel LeMoing, Sarah is hoped to surpass that success.
Turnbull. Middle row: Rhogan Scott, Olivia Wootton, Emily Inkster,
Faith Inkster, Cearan Scott, Arabella Wilson, Lily Fraser, Lexi Singh, Continued from Page 1 of Minnedosa Lake. Photo by Darryl Holyk
Dax Brock. Front row: Clara Johnson, Aurora Kingdon, Following two previ-
Emily Warwaruk, Emerie Ferguson and Avery Pearson. In addition to another ous festivals, Classic Rock 2019 marks the
weekend of great rock mu- and Little River Rockfest, second year that Rob
sic, RFM 2019 will contin- Rockin’ the Fields was born Waloschuk (above)
By DARRYL HOLYK The Scottish Pavilion has been a
ue to be a long weekend to in 2003 and has proven to of Performance
popular attraction for the festival over
remember for fans. Camp- be the longest running at-
T his year marked the 16th anniver-
sary of the Westman Multicultural
Festival in Brandon and 20 Highland
the past 16 years and is hosted by the
Westman Scottish Association. In ad-
dition to Scottish dancing, patrons
ing will again be available
with a strong selection
tempt at a classic rock mu-
sic festival drawing fans
Promotions has been
the promoter of RFM.
of unique vendors, bars, from across the continent unteers, community part-
dancers from Expressive Dance With also enjoyed traditional Scottish music
shops and various other to Minnedosa each August nerships and teamwork.
Crystal performed at the Scottish Pa- which of course, included bagpipes and
enjoyable activities. Also long weekend. Over the This year’s festival,
vilion. The dancers, who travelled from fiddles as well as cultural food, drinks,
returning for this year’s year’s Rockin’ the Fields dubbed as “Canada’s Pre-
Minnedosa, Clanwilliam, Basswood, merchandise and souvenirs.
festival will be shuttle bus has been recognized with mier Classic Rock Festival”
Strathclair, Neepawa, Kelwood and The 2019 edition of the Westman
service from Brandon to numerous awards and ac- will be held August 2nd to
Kenton were part of the afternoon show Multicultural Festival ran from January
and from the festival site colades celebrating its suc- 4th. Tickets for RFM 2019
at the Victoria Inn on Saturday, Febru- 31st to February 2nd and featured ten
just north of Minnedosa cess which has come as a go on sale today, February
ary 2nd. different cutlural pavilions.
on the northeastern shore result of hard-working vol- 8th.

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IN MEMORIAM HELP WANTED

WEST REGION CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES INC.


In Loving Memory of invites applications for the position of
John Kerluke
A year has passed CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES WORKER
February 9th, 2018 for Western Brandon Sub Office
Time slips by and WRCFS is a mandated First Nations child and family services Agency responsible to
life goes on provide a full range of services, including statutory services, voluntary services and
But from our hearts prevention services to the children and families of its nine First Nations, residing on
you’re never gone and off reserve. The purpose of the programs of WRCFS is to sustain, support, and
enhance family and community life. Reporting to the Community Based Team
We think about
Supervisor, the workers will be responsible to work as part of a team in delivering a full
you always range of child and family services utilizing a community based model of service delivery,
We talk about you too with emphasis on prevention and resource services as a frontline approach.
We have so many memories
but all we want is YOU DUTIES INCLUDE:
• Ensure a working knowledge of CFS legislation, regulations, standards and
Forever missed, WRCFS policy and procedures
Gloria, Jonathan, Jordan and Sarah • To operate within the mandate, understanding the role of a mandated worker
• Complete the Structured Decision Making as required
• Provide Intake services using the Intake Module (IM)
• Provide direct service; Placement
KEITH JOHNSTON • Ensure there is development of relevant community resources of an ongoing
May 3, 1930- CARD OF THANKS nature and networks effectively with the existing resources
February 13, 2009 • Ensure culturally appropriate services
• Make referrals to appropriate resources based on family assessments
In Loving Memory We would like to extend • Complete necessary administrative duties
of our dear our sincere thanks for the • Establishment of good working relationships with other community services and
Dad and Grandpa many acts of kindness, mes- resources
sages of sympathy, and sup- • Provision of a full range of statutory child welfare services
• Provision of individual and family counseling
You are quietly remembered port following the passing
QUALIFICATIONS:
every day, of Lyle Cooper. Thank you to • BSW with at least two years related experience preferably in First Nations Child
Sadly missed along life’s way. Barb and Mike with EMS for & Family Services. An equivalent combination of training and experience will
No longer in our lives to share, being there for us. Also, to the be considered.
But in our hearts, you’re doctors and staff at Minne- • Must have a commitment to First Nations Child & Family Services, community
always there. dosa and Brandon hospi- based planning & service delivery.
tals and Minnedosa Funeral • Knowledge of and appreciation for Ojibway culture and aspirations are essential.
Forever loved by Service. From Bev, Audrey, • The ability to speak Ojibway will be considered a definite asset.
Melvin, Roland, Brenda, Steve, • Must have demonstrated ability to work as part of a team and within a multi-
Shirley and Wilf, David, and Vicki and disciplinary approach.
Colton, Denver, and Devon families. • Must have computer training and/or knowledge of Microsoft Office
• Be familiar with the Structured Decision Making assessment tools, Intake & CFSIS
is essential.
HELP WANTED The successful applicant must provide WRCFS with a current Criminal Record Check that
includes a Vulnerable Sector Search, Child Abuse Registry Check, Prior contact check and
Driver’s Abstract prior to the commencement of employment. Travel is required. A valid
driver’s license and access to means of reliable transportation for work is a condition of
employment.
SALARY: Commensurate with experience and training and according to Provincial pay
scale.
Please submit resumes to;
Little Saskatchewan River Conservation District Sheri Taylor, BSW, RSW
Summer Employment Opportunity Community Based Team Supervisor
WATERSHED TECHNICIAN ASSISTANT, West Region Child & Family Services, Inc.
OAK RIVER, MANITOBA Box 280
(Seasonal, May to August) ERICKSON, Manitoba R0J 0P0 Fax: (204) 636-6158
Little Saskatchewan River Conservation District is dedicated to the DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS: Monday, February 18th, 2019
adoption of sustainable practices that enhance quality of life and We thank all who apply, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
build sustainable communities through integrated land and water
management. Our employees enjoy opportunities to learn and
implement new skills.
In collaboration with the Resource Technician, the Watershed
Technician Assistant gains experience in the delivery of land and water
stewardship programs for landowners, residents, and municipalities.
Minnedosa Chamber of Commerce is looking to hire a Heritage Co-op is presently inviting applications for a
Key responsibilities include:
• Delivery of programs such as shelterbelt planting, well water Chamber Coordinator. This person should have strong PART TIME W/BENEFITS HOME CENTRE CLERK
For our Home Centre located in Minnedosa, MB
testing and abandoned well sealing computer and social media skills as well as strong
Duties to include, but not limited to; customer service, processing customer
• Engaging with the public communication and organizational skills. The successful transactions, receiving, stocking, merchandising and general housekeeping duties.
• Collecting GPS data and creating maps using GIS
candidate should be self-motivated and self directed and Qualifications:
Successful candidates will possess:  Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills
• Oral and written communication skills shall have passion for Minnedosa and surrounding area.  Highly motivated
 Ability to handle cash and operate point of sale system
• Awareness of conservation and farming practices
• Post-secondary education in a natural resources field
The Chamber Coordinator shall be responsible for the  Must be available to work a variety of shifts including days and weekends

• A valid Class 5 driver’s license following: We offer great advancement opportunities within our organization and the Co-
operative Retailing System, competitive compensation and benefits, company
• Be between 16 and 30 years’ old • Attending regularly scheduled Chamber meetings matched pension plan and a diverse and supportive working environment.

HOW TO APPLY • Acting as a Membership liason Our core values are Integrity, Excellence and Responsibility

For more information and a full job description visit www. • Assisting to plan and execute various Chamber events If you are interested in joining our team, please send your cover letter and
resume to:
littlesaskatchewanrivercd.ca. Applicants will submit a resume and
cover letter outlining how they meet the specific requirements of the
throughout the year a.haywood@heritagecoop.ca
position by February 22, 2019 at 4:00 p.m. to: The hours will be flexible, averaging 4 hours per week. Attn: Annette Haywood

Little Saskatchewan River Conservation District


Resumes can be submitted or a full job description Or apply in person at our Minnedosa Home Centre
Box 209 Oak River, MB R0K 1T0
requested by emailing minnedosachamber@gmail.com www.heritagecoop.ca
Email: lsrcd.admin@mts.net
Please indicate on the envelope or email subject line Applications shall close on Thursday, February 21st. WE THANK ALL CANDIDATES FOR THEIR INTEREST, HOWEVER,

“Summer Position”.
ONLY THOSE SELECTED TO CONTINUE IN THE SELECTION PROCESS WILL BE CONTACTED.

Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


We thank all who apply, however only those chosen for
interviews will be contacted. (47-2)
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HELP WANTED

Little Saskatchewan River Conservation District Opportunities at Elkhorn Resort


Located near Riding Mountain National Park, Elkhorn Resort Spa & Conference Centre is a great place to nurture your career! We’ve got
Little Saskatchewan River Conservation District is dedicated to the adoption of sustainable a fantastic team environment, competitive wages, offer great benefits, staff discount and room to grow. Come and reach your potential
practices that enhance quality of life and build sustainable communities through integrated land with us! We currently have openings in the positions of:

and water management. Our employees enjoy opportunities to learn and implement new skills. HOUSEKEEPER LINE COOK

RESOURCE TECHNICIAN, OAK RIVER, MANITOBA Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):
• Dust furniture and vacuum carpeting
Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):
• Station set up where s/he will be responsible for preparing
(PERMANENT, FULL TIME) • Make beds, change linen, and distribute clean towels and
toiletries
their station before the start of each service
• Make sure that all supplies needed are available and ready
• Pick up debris and empty trash containers for use
The Resource Technician is responsible for the implementation, management, and supervision • Replenish room amenities supplies • During meal service s/he will be responsible for preparing
of land and water stewardship programming for landowners, residents, and municipalities. • Report and store lost and found items items requested from his/her station in a timely fashion
• Clean public areas as required (such as hallways) • Work in cooperation with the other cooks in the kitchen
Key responsibilities include: • Ensure furniture in the rooms is properly placed • After service, will be in charge of cleaning their station,
• Planning and delivery of programs and projects such as shelterbelt planting, well water • Stock linen closet and supplies area
• Other duties as assigned by Supervisor
cooking surfaces, etc.

testing, abandoned well sealing, and construction Qualifications:


Qualifications: • Possess good health and physical condition
• Engaging with the public • Possess good health and physical condition • Neat and clean in appearance and work habits
• Site project evaluation • Neat and clean in appearance and work habits
• Ability to communicate with guests
• Ability to communicate with co-workers
• Ability to accept direction
• Surveying, data collection and entry • Ability to accept direction • Ability to work with minimal supervision
• Ability to work with minimal supervision • Ability to work in a high pressure, fast paced environment
• Supervising summer staff • Ability to work within a team environment • Ability to work within a team environment
Successful candidates will possess: • Is organized and can manage time well
Experience:
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• Post-secondary education in a natural resources field cruise ship. Must have kitchen experience in a busy hotel, fine dining or busy
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• Knowledge of agricultural practices, hydrology, erosion and environmental stewardship
• A valid Class 5 Driver’s License Starting wage for these positions is $14/hour. Affordable staff housing is available, if needed. Interested
• Proficiency in GPS, ArcMap, RTK, and Microsoft Office applicants can send their resume to chris.phillips@elkhornresort.mb.ca. Please indicate the position you are
applying for.
• Experience in the use and maintenance of program equipment
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OBITUARIES
SALLY BUDOLOWSKI
Make Flaky Pastry
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of each piece over and repeat.
our beloved mother, grandmother, and sister, Sally Budolowski. She Put the meat uncovered, in a
fought a long and hard battle with cancer and  passed peacefully Solutions and single layer, in the fridge for
an hour or so. The egg seems
with family by her side at the age of 72. 
  She was predeceased by her husband Lawrence, her parents Substitutions to evaporate, and you are left
Glenn and Ellen Everett, and brother Rick. Sally will be missed by By with a nice crust before you
her children Tricia (Darren) and Heather; granddaughters Hen- even cook it. Either pan fry in
nessy and Lindsay;  sisters, Julie, Lorrie (Wendell), brother Ted REENA NERBAS a mix of a little oil and butter,
or olive oil. Baking works well
(Susan) as well as many nieces and nephews, and friends.
  Sally was born and raised in Minnedosa, MB. Win- with stuffed chicken but tends
nipeg would later become her home where she raised her own to get a little gooey on the bot-
Dear Reena, Dear Reena, tom.
family.   Mom was a hard and determined person when it came to
My compliments for your Any advice on making
taking care of her family.   Sally always worked hard, so hard that she
helpful and practical sug- flaky pie crusts? My track rec- Hacks for Any
ended up owning her own business for many years until her retirement. Her
gestions on various subjects, ord tends to be creating hard Time of the Year:
acceptance of people from all walks of life brought many friendships through the years.  Mom’s
mainly household related crumbly disasters that make
love for music and dance filled her soul and anyone who was around her. Her laugh could be
stuff and cleaning. We were me feel like giving up on bak- I protect my TV remote
heard for miles.
having dinner at a friend’s ing pies. Meghan control by wrapping it with
  Upon retirement, Sally resided in Petersfield then moving to Selkirk MB.  She was very in-
place. I spilt a little bit of red plastic wrap. I then heat the
volved with the church, the soup kitchen, and other charities.  Sally also took up Zumba dancing
curry stuff on my brand-new Dear Meghan, plastic with a hair dryer so
which she loved. She would go to Mexico and Zumba on the beach.  
cotton, khaki pants and the The secret to making that the plastic clings to the
  Safeway and Starbuck’s will not be the same without her.
following happened: My wife fabulous pies is not to over remote control. This prevents
  A service will be held in the Spring.  Sally wanted a sunny day to celebrate her life.
told me to put powder on it, knead. Handle or mix the the remote from getting dirty,
  A special thank you to all the staff at The Selkirk Hospital.  The care and compassion that was
but I did not listen. I washed dough as little as possible and as I just wipe it whenever it
shown to her during this time was truly amazing and comforting.
it with water. It spread from make sure the dough is very gets greasy or grimy. Submit-
  Donations in lieu of flowers can be made out to CancerCare or Our Daily Bread Soup
two spots to one large spot. I cold. When rolling the dough, ted by Landa
Kitchen.
then washed it with vinegar, you should still see flakes of If you separate bananas
Condolences, pictures and videos may be left on her tribute wall at www.gilbartfuneral
but the stain remained, so I butter. For an easy and de- instead of leaving them on
home.com
sprayed WD-40 and washed licious pie crust, check out the stem they will ripen faster.
  Gilbart Funeral Home, Selkirk in care of arrangements.
my pants with a regular load the recipe on the back of the Submitted by Kristi
of clothes in the washing ma- Crisco shortening box. I purchase chlorine tab-
LYLE COOPER
chine. The pants still have a lets from my local pool supply
May 2nd, 1930 – December 29th, 2018
light, dark shade stain. What Dear Reena, store. They are very inexpen-
do I do now? Please help, your I love to eat breaded sive and effective for cleaning
Peacefully Lyle passed away
guidance is much appreci- meat. How can I prevent my toilet bowls. I drop one
with his loving family at his side. He
ated. Abbas breading from sticking to the into the tank of each of my
will be missed by the love of his life
pan? Melanie toilets and replace them after
Bev, children: Audrey (Roland),
Dear Abbas, two or three months. Marvin
Brenda (Steve), David (Vicki);
It sounds as though you Hi Melanie,
grandchildren, Dayna and Cole;
have done a great job acting The key is to use two Note: Every user assumes all
Jennifer, Amanda, and Brady;
quickly to remove the stain. steep pans and a bowl. Fill risks of injury or damage re-
Brandon; Dale, Noah, and Liam;
Cover the stain with glycerin the first pan with flour. Put sulting from the implementa-
great-grandchildren, Layla, Brock,
and squeeze the juice of a beaten eggs into the bowl. tion of any suggestions in this
and Tadianna. Lyle was predeceased
lemon onto the stain. Wash The second pan should be column. Test all products on
by his brothers Alvin and Troy; and
as usual and air dry or dry the filled with; dry bread crumbs, an inconspicuous area first.
daughter, Deborah.
garment in the sun. Repeat seasoning and a teaspoon of Reena Nerbas is a popular
Lyle was raised on the farm at Cadurcis,
this process until the stain is lemon-pepper, salt and Par- motivational presenter for
the second son of John and Naomi. He was educated in Basswood. After working with his Dad
gone. Avoid dryer use, as the mesan cheese. The flavor is large and small groups; check
on the farm, he moved to Minnedosa in 1949 to work for Spence Thoms GM Garage. Later he
heat of the dryer will set the all on the outside, and you out her website: reena.ca. Ask
was a heavy equipment operator for Norman Brazeau and other contractors. In 1952, Lyle mar-
stain. want the taste to last for the a question or share a tip at
ried Beverly Sharp. From 1952-59 Lyle was firing steam locomotives for the CPR. From 1959-95
entire chew. Put the meat into reena.ca
Lyle dedicated 36 years to the Town of Minnedosa. He worked in the Public Water Works Dept.
each bowl. Pat firmly. Flip
for years, as well as operating machines to maintain the roads and infrastructure. He was also a
volunteer fireman.
Lyle cared deeply for the town, its people, and making numerous friends over the years. On
weekends in the summer, Lyle took his family for “car rides” to picnic, swim, and explore the Drum up some
action with
towns and countryside. In later years, camping and motorcycling on his Honda Goldwing with
Bev were highlights. He enjoyed photographing his family to give them years of enjoyment and
memories. He also made albums with shots of grain elevators, antique machinery, and train sta-

an ad in
tions sharing his interest with others. Lyle prided himself in caring for their yard and lived a full
life.
Family was his first priority. His stories kept us asking for more about his life and were inter- HAVE A FASTER
ested to learn of his insights and knowledge. He was an inspiration to his family and many others. TURNOVER RATE!
He had a way of making people comfortable with his sense of humour.
The Thresherman’s Reunion in Austin was a yearly event to attend as was AG Days, auction Advertise your car in
sales, visiting “the boys” at Farmery, restoring his John Deere tractor and plow, and participating The Tribune
in the Fun Fest parade. He also enjoyed many years working with the committee to restore the
train station.
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Lyle’s wishes were fulfilled to see the mountains once again. Dad, Mum, and family flew to
Vernon, B.C. in October to spend Thanksgiving with son David and family. We toured the mu-
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seum at Valley Gap, Grey Monk Vineyard, and Davison Orchard. We are so thankful to have had adsales@
such a wonderful loving man in our lives and he will be deeply missed. minnedosatribune.com
Cremation has taken place. A celebration of his life will take place this summer. In lieu of
flowers, donations may be made to Central Cancer Care or the St. Mark’s Anglican Church.

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16 Friday, February 8, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

NEWDALE NEWS GUESS


By RAVEN’S GLEN WI Ryan Tolton on winning
the Shoal Lake Men’s Bon-
day Bev!
Representatives from
in late April. The Rural
Women’s Day will be held
officers was nominated:
Richard Walker - Chair-
WHAT?
C ongratulations to Ver-
non Baker and Les
spiel.
Strathclair Dinner
all the WI Clubs in the
SWA Region met for their
in Brandon this fall.
Elgin Hall took the
man; Treasurer - Barb
Pedersen; Wendy Rose
Ads are read
Pedersen who curled with Chorus wrapped up their meeting on February 1st Sunday service and we and Shelley Zahaiko will by our
the Dave Simpson team in
the Shoal Lake Bonspiel,
season with a wonderful
performance at Strathclair
in Hamiota Ag Office with
Dianne Kowalchuk in the
enjoyed coffee and a visit
with him before church.
remain on their present
committees; Carol Dalgar- readers!
losing the final of the Sec- Hall on January 26th. A Chair. Minutes, financial The Board held their AGM no as organist and music
ond Event. Also curling
there were Bob Young,
good crowd enjoyed the
old and new renditions of
reports were given and
committee reports and
following the service with
Jack Lamb in the Chair in
director. Helen resigned
as Secretary and we will DISAGREE?
Robert Lamb, Shannon many favourites. Lovely business were discussed. the absence of Richard search for someone to take
Dalke and David Caird appetizers and cupcakes SWA Regional AGM Con- Walker. Minutes were read that position. Elgin will Well, you just
who had their luck run out were enjoyed by all! vention will be held at by Helen Caird, Secretary, remain as the representa- read this ad!
before reaching the prizes! We send out Happy Newdale on April 16th and financial report by Barb tive to our Board. Newdale

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Brian Tolton and his Ha- Van Damn on February Provincial MWI Conven- Committee reports were service combined with
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PC™ pop assorted ...................................................................... 2lt ...............$1.25
FROZEN FOODS
NN™ fries assorted ....................................1kg ...... $1.99
Post Shreddies assorted .......................340-550g ...... $2.99 Breyers classic ice cream assorted ....................................... 1.66lt ............. $4.79
Oasis juice assorted .............................................................. 960ml ...............$1.19 B&J ice cream cherry garcia/cookie dough ....................... 500ml ............. $5.49
Cool Whip dessert topping ........................................................ 1lt ............. $2.99
Purex Bathroom Tissue/Spongetowels ultra ..12RL/6rl ...... $5.99 Haagen Daz ice cream assorted ...................................475-500ml ............. $4.99
Scotties Facial Tissue ......................................................... 6x126sh ...............$5.99 SQ™ shrimp ring .....................................................................227g ............. $5.99
Perrier water assorted .................................................... 750ml-1lt ...............$1.49

MEATS
Smuckers topping assorted ................................................. 428ml ...............$3.99
Ocean Spray cocktails assorted ............................................ 1.89lt ...............$3.79
Tim Hortons original coffee ....................................................930g .............$17.99
Tetley tea assorted ............................................................. 20-24ea ...............$2.49
NN™ pudding assorted ............................. 4x99g ...... $0.99
NN™ salad dressing assorted ............................................. 475ml ...............$1.79 NN™ canton egg rolls meat CP ...........................................1.25kg ............. $8.99
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NN™ dog food assorted..........................................................624g ...............$1.49 NN™ coil garlic sausages ..................................................... 750gr ............. $6.49
NN™ cat food assorted ...........................................................156g ...............$0.55 SQ™ Basa fillets..................................................................... 680gr ............. $5.99
NN™ medium roast coffee/decafe ...................925g ...... $7.99 Seaquest™ crab flakes .......................................................... 454gr ............. $3.99
NN™ hot chocolate mix .........................................................500g ...............$3.49 NN™ bacon ........................................................................... 500gr ............. $4.99
NN™ cookies caramel coconut/striped shortbread .... 198-368g ...............$2.29 Chicken drumsticks ................................................................................. $1.99/lb
Franks RedHot sauce ........................................................... 354ml ...............$4.49 Pork roast boneless ........................................... $2.79/lb
Rice Krispies cereal .................................................................640g ...............$4.99 Pork shoulder blade steak CP .................................................................. $2.99/lb

PRODUCE
Intant Quacker Oatmeal assorted .................................. 304-336g ...............$2.99
Aunt Jemima pancake mix or syrup assorted............905g-750ml ...............$2.99
Smuckers jam assorted .................................................310-500ml ...............$3.99
NN™ peanut butter smooth ...................................................500g ...............$2.79
Minute Rice ............................................................................1.4kg ...............$5.99
Old El Paso Salsa assorted ................................................... 650ml ...............$3.49 Strawberries 1lb,Blueberries pint ......................... $3.49
Old El Paso refried beans ..................................................... 398ml ...............$1.99 GH Red tomatoes on the vine .................................................................. $2.99/lb
Old El Paso jalapeno peppers pickled ................................ 250ml ...............$2.49
Old El Paso kit soft taco bake ..................................................312g ...............$3.49 FM carrots 2lb,onions 3lb ...................................... $1.79
OD Restorante chips assorted ........................................ 290-320g ...............$2.99 FM Russet potatoes ................................................................. 10lb ............. $3.99
PC mini potatoes -red,mixed,yellow.................................... 680gr ............. $2.99
Tropicana orange juice pure premium ............ 1.65lt ...... $3.99 Cauliflower ..................................................................................................... $3.99
Source yogurt vanillaor strawberry ........................................650g ...............$2.49 Blackberries,Raspberries .............................................................................. $3.99
Yoplait Tubes raspberry/grape ............................................. 8x60g ...............$2.49 Navel oranges bulk ................................................................................... $1.29/lb
International Delight coffee whitner assorted ................... 473ml ...............$2.49
NN™ natural cheese slices marble cheddar .........................230g ...............$3.99
NN™ cheddar bars small assorted ........................................200g ...............$2.99
NN™ cream cheese brick .......................................................250g ...............$3.29
NN™ cottage cheese 2% .........................................................500g ...............$2.99

LUCKY DOLLAR
PC™ bar old/marble cheddar .........................400g ...... $5.99 ALL PRICES ARE PLUS GST, PST & OTHER LEVIES WHERE APPLICABLE *WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES

PC™ shreds Triple cheddar ...................................................320g ...............$5.99


FM 14% sour cream .............................................................. 500ml ...............$1.99

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World bread rye light ............................................................. 500gr .............. $1.99