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The Minnedosa

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Volume 136 Issue 50 Friday, February 22, 2019 www.minnedosatribune.com 90 cents plus tax

this week
Winter Fun On The Lake

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Valley Life

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Market Photos by Karen Mitchell



T he 13th Annual Skate the Lake was held on Minnedosa Lake

over the weekend of February 16th and 17th. With a dozen
years under their belt, the committee has things rolling like a
well-oiled machine.
The Skate the Lake hockey tournament began Saturday
morning with six ladies, 19 mens and 16 youth hockey teams
participating. The winners of the youth division were; Novice
– EOS Cats, Atom – Rapid City Dragons, Peewee – Those Guys
of Neepawa, Bantam – Red Hots. The winners of the ladies div-
ision; A-side champs – Minnedosa Insurance, B-side champs
Heritage Co-op and C-side champs – Chiefs Chicks. The win-
ners of the men’s division were; A-side champs – Copperwood
and B-side champs – ‘03 Peewee B Provincial Champs.
Funspiel The second year for Rock the Lake, saw 16 two-person
teams competing both Saturday and Sunday. In the end the champion The weekend, as always, saw the return of the full canteen, chili cook
Fundraiser teams were; T+A for the Win (Ashleigh Demontigny and Triss Nelson) in
first, The Heat (Karen Palson and Luke Palson) in second and , Sweeping
off, beer gardens and fire pit for players and spectators alike. The weather
wasn’t awful and the sun was out for most of the weekend which helped
for Cancer Beauties (Ashton Rowan and Megan Usick) in third. a great deal. The wee ones also had a blast playing on the large pile of

The newest addition to this long running event was the croki-curl. snow stacked up in front of the pavilion. It’s wonderful to see kids out-
The croki-curl is a large crokinole game played on the ice with curling side playing, using their imaginations and just having a great time with
rocks. This event was not a scheduled event and could be played by any- great friends. Saturday evening wrapped up with the “Jersey Up” social
one wanting to try. This was the first time trying this new game and the at the Community Conference Centre. All proceeds of the event, which
committee is very happy how it all turned out. They will definitely be were not yet known at presstime, will go to Minnedosa Minor Hockey
bringing this back again next year. projects.

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