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INSIDE Numbers Up For 137th Fair


O n the weekend of July

20th and 21st, the
137th Minnedosa Ag So-
ciety Fair and Exhibition
was held at the local Fair-
Several events were
held including; Light
horse, Miniatures, Heavy
Night of horse, Horticulture, Bak-
ing and Preserves, Home
Nostalgia Crafts, Quilt competition,
Handicrafts, Fine arts and

at PCH photography, Junior Bak-
ing, Junior Handicrafts and
Junior Horticulture.
“This year we saw an
increase in numbers of
entries for the light horse,
heavy horse and miniature
horse divisions,” stated Ag
Society President, Clarke
Photo by Darryl Holyk
Minnedosa’s Delgaty Clydesdale’s were one of five, six-horse hitches in Sunday’s Heavy Horse Show.
on Page 8

Let The Party Begin - RFM 2019!
for MLA T he Rockin’ the Fields followed by performances

volunteer crew has by Collective Soul and Sam
been hard at work pre- Roberts Band.
paring for their 16th an- On the final evening
nual festival. The three-day of this year’s festival, rock
event kicks off today, Fri- fans will cheer and rock-
day, August 2nd with Lee out to Streetheart, Sass Jor-
Aaron taking to the FP Ge- dan and 54-40 to the main
If your label reads netics Main Stage tonight stage. This year’s show is

at 6:00 p.m. She will be set to close with fan favou-
followed by Harlequin and rite, Tom Cochrane and
It’s time to renew Platnum Blonde with April Red Rider hitting the main
Wine set to take to the stage Sunday night at 10:30
your subscription! main stage at 10:30 p.m. p.m.
The Battle of the Bands RFM has earned the
204-867-3816 Photo by Karen Mitchell
winner will open the main title of “Canada’s Premier
RFM volunteers prepare the gate to the main parking lot last week. stage show Saturday night Rock Music Festival”.

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Morris Industries Donates to Field of STARS

By KAREN MITCHELL inaugural Field of STARS make it truly unique we are life-saving work out of
fundraiser and Morris giving the air cart a one-of- Saskatchewan. The Gov-

F or a second time,
Morris Industries
has played a key role in
played a prominent role
as the Frontier Sponsor for
the event.”  Ben Voss, Mor-
a-kind paint job and will
be decorating it with the
STARS logo, the logos of all
ernment of Saskatchewan
provides 50 per cent of the
funds needed to operate
the Field of STARS an- ris Industries President of our suppliers as well as the two bases in Regina
nual fundraiser event. The and CEO, sits on the Board our 90th anniversary em- and Saskatoon annually.
event, which was held on for STARS Air Ambulance blem.  So far we have had The remaining 50 per cent
Tuesday, July 16th, was and was aware of similar 21 of our suppliers join us (10.5 million) is raised an-
located 15 minutes north- types of fundraisers held on this initiative.” nually by STARS Founda-
west of Saskatoon, SK, by the oil and gas industry The cart is a Mor- tion through individual,
near Langham. for STARS and suggested ris 9 Series 9650 ICT air corporate and communi-
“Morris has donated a similar event be held cart worth approximately ty donations and by key
an air cart to the Field of by the ag industry.  This $325,000.  New this year, fundraising events, such as
STARS fundraiser event event raised approximate- Photo submitted Ritchie Bros conducted Field of STARS.
this year,” explained Steve ly $625,000 for STARS and the Live Auction so any- In total The Field of
Liebel, Director of Mar- Morris donated the use of employees as our custom- proached our main suppli- one who was interested in STARS fundraiser event
keting for Morris Indus- a seeding system for a year ers, we wanted to do some- ers and asked if they would bidding on the air cart, but raised $470,000 and the
tries.  “But it is not just which raised $150,000.  thing even more spec- join us in supporting this could not physically attend Morris 9 Series 9650 ICT
Morris the company that “With this year being the tacular,” said Liebel. “We cause by donating their the Field of STARS event, air cart was purchased for
is making the donation, it 90th Anniversary for Mor- came up with the idea of components and we asked was able to do so by going $205,000 by Jim, Thomas
is all of our staff and many ris, and because STARS manufacturing an air cart our employees to work vol- online. and Kurt Winny of JTK
of our major suppliers as plays a significant role in that is entirely fabricated untary shifts to build and All proceeds from the Winny Farms.
well.  Last year was the the lives of many Morris from donations.  We ap- assemble the air cart.  To event will support STARS’

Community Newspapers NDP Elect Chacun as MLA Candidate

Have Reach tain Constituency. Wayne vision and healthcare de- Gary Doer. “Our Province
The Minnedosa Tribune reaches far beyond the Chacun of Virden will rep- livery is being hurt in the is like an airplane with
boundaries of our community. resent the Riding Moun- province. Education cuts one wing representing the
tain New Democratic Party are leaving more children business community and
in the next provincial elec- behind despite the best ef- the other wing represent-
When you advertise with The Tribune
tion. forts by teachers. Budgets ing public services. Nei-
your ad reaches subscribers in these During his speech to for highways have been ther wing can make the
Manitoba communities: members, Wayne talk- slashed leaving Manito- plane fly on its own. The
ed about having lived in bans dodging potholes stronger each wing is, the
Arden MacGregor Russell
Virden all his life and un- and waiting longer for road better the plane will fly.
Argyle McCreary Sandy Lake derstanding needs of rural repairs. Manitoba needs a vibrant
Bethany Melita Shoal Lake Manitoba. For the past 23 Being from rural Man- business sector to provide
Brandon Minitonas Souris years, Wayne has been em- itoba, Wayne worries that jobs for the citizens, and it
Brookdale Minnedosa Ste Rose Photo submitted
ployed full-time as a para- the Pallister government also needs a strong pub-
Carberry Morden Starbuck medic and has worked as is making decisions that lic sector to keep citizens
Cardale Mountain Steinbach Wayne Chacun of to improve working con- are hurting rural MB busi- healthy, educated and
Virden will run in the ditions for paramedics nesses, like the purchas- with proper infrastructure.
Carman Road Stonewall
provincial election as through his union involve- ing of personal care home Neither sector can be al-
Clanwilliam Neepawa Stoney ment. Prior to working as prescriptions from Ontario lowed to suffer or the plane
Dauphin Newdale Mountain the NDP candidate for
a fulltime paramedic, he rather than local pharma- quits flying.” Chacun then
Douglas Oak Bank Strathclair Riding Mountain.
owned a small business in cies. Sending tax dollars went on to add that current
Eden Oak River Swan River SUBMITTED Virden for seven years. out of province hurts Man- decisions are clipping the
Elphinstone Oakburn Virden Chacun spoke to the itoba employment and is wings of our province and
membership about poor detrimental in our rural that it’s time to make deci-
Pilot Mound
B ack in May, New Dem-
ocrats gathered at the
Drop-In Centre in Shoal
choices that the Pallister
government is making.
Wayne spoke about
sions that are in the best
interest of all Manitobans.
Did You Know? Lake to nominate a candi- Healthcare reform is being how he sees Manitoba,
Great Falls Polonia We also done without a concrete borrowing an analogy from
date for the Riding Moun-
Hamiota Portage la have a number
High Bluff Prairie of subscribers
Kenton Rapid City across Canada TRIBUNE DEADLINE
Lac du Bonnet
and the United
Minnedosa Tuesday at 12 Noon
Lake Audy Rossburn Lions Club
Val Gowal $500

Kim & Ian Parish $300

Linda & Tom Vint $200 POLYUREA FAST SET
WINNERS OF THE July 2019 For more information call:
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The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, August 2, 2019 3

PCH Holds Summer Party and Car Show

By KAREN MITCHELL table full of vintage items
such as; saddle shoes, an

O n Wednesday, July
24th members from
the Minnedosa Valley
oblong coin operated tele-
phone and old radios.”
The Minnedosa Valley
Cruizers lined the street Cruizers (MVC) was start-
in front of the Minnedo- ed seven years ago by local
sa Personal Care Home Don Morrison. Holly Mor-
(PCH) as part of their an- rison, previous nurse at the
nual Summer Party and Minnedosa Personal Care
Car Show. 1950’s and 60’s Home and leader of the
themed decorations were current Care Home volun-
provided by the Activities teer group explained, “At
Department and old-time the time I was still work-
music played while resi- ing and over the years had
dents and family/friends heard many stories from
mingled. Approximately the residents about what
107 people attended the their mode of travel was. I
evening. thought it might be fun to
This was the sixth an- connect the dots and re-
nual event for the part- visit their memories if we
nership between the could. Many of the mem-
Photo by Karen Mitchell
Minnedosa PCH and the bers of MVC have very old
Minnedosa Valley Cruiz- vintage vehicles, which are
With vintage cars lined up in front of the Minnedosa Personal Care Home, residents,
ers Car Club. “What a so relatable to our elders,
great evening to enjoy thus the memory relived
friends, family and staff enjoyed an outdoor party on the patio.
vintage cars and some would be so doable if we
great ice cream treats for could get the cars and the hand-crafted tractor that tivities.  started the treat compo- named like the Elvis Pres-
residents and their fam- elders to meet... hence the participant construct- The care show featured nent which ended up to ley Table, all in all it adds to
ily and friends,” explained a Car Show at the Care ed and a 2010 Spyder a people’s choice voting be mini banana splits this the total ambiance. A Her-
Lori Birch, PCH Activities Home was born.”  motorcycle as well. Four system. Each car was as- year and I believe it was cules effort to say the least
Supervisor. “It was kind of A total of 18 vehicles participants arrived from signed a number and as milkshakes last year. A and the best part… it’s so
a nostalgia evening with a participated, with one Neepawa to add to the fes- the resident’s visited they crowd favourite to say the much fun.”
would pick a car they liked least! The antique display The 50/50 ticket sale
best. This year family and is also a crowd pleaser, as remains a strong compo-
participants placed votes once again so relatable. nent during the evening.
as well. First and second Also what a tremendous Kathryn Jasienczyk, was
was awarded based on the job Activities did with their the lucky winner of the
votes they received and extras... the decor. The LP’s $95 proceeds, however
Darwin McTavish took hanging from the patio, was kind enough to donate
home first place with his vintage pics like the leath- the entire prize back to the
1949 GMC and former er jacket that Fonzie wore, PCH.
mayor, Ray Orr, came in a tables at the dining room
close second, with his 1966
Corvette. Darwin won a
vintage car music box and
Ray won decorative fuzzy
“Each year we plan for
a bigger and better event”,
said Holly. “Last year we

Photo by Karen Mitchell

A display of nostalgic treasures from the 1950s

and 60s brought back many happy memories The members and leaders would like to thank the
for residents of the Personal Care Home. following for purchasing members 4-H projects at this
year’s 4-H Fat Stock Show & Sale
Rocky Mountain Equipment
Farmery Brewery
Minnedosa & District Recrea�on
Commission Sports Dinner will be taking ATTENTION
THE TOWN OF MINNEDOSA Jonco Farms/Saler’s Backhoe
Heritage Co-op
nomina�ons for our annual Outstanding HOLIDAY SCHEDULE
Dedication to Sport and Recreation Award Minnedosa Vet Clinic
which will be presented at the Sports Dinner, RECYCLING & GARBAGE COLLECTION
All dogs and cats within the Town of Minnedosa Beatty Farms
October 19th, 2019 must be licensed annually. Brydges & Taylor Vet Clinic
*** TO BE OUT BY 8:00 A.M.***
A certificate of vaccination for rabies must be Claymar Farms/Minnagro
Call 204-867-2250 produced
Monday, August 5 before a license is
or email minrec@mts.net 2014 Dog & Cat licenses are available at the
Cando Contracting
for nomination forms or more information. Tuesday, August 6 Town
North Office
End Garbage and Recycling
Owners of unlicensedCollection
Dogs & Includes Brandosa
Cats, Dogs and
& Cats TIC
running at large, asCabin
well Area
as nuisance and vicious Enns Brothers
DEADLINE NOMINATIONS animals are subject to various penalties and
charges.August 7 of SouthEast
A copy Cornerby-law
animal control Garbage Collection
2478 is We also like to express our appreciation to our
IS September 27, 2019
IS 2019 available at the Town Office for examination by
Friday, Augustany
9 person SouthWest Corner Garbage Collection
Achievement Day Sponsors, and all of our
during regular hours. supporters throughout the year.
Recycling Collection – South End

The Town of Minnedosa

4 Friday, August 2, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Darryl a.Holyk - PublisHer anD eDitor

Around Stop and Smell the Flowers


By Darryl Holyk
W hen is the last time you can
remember being fully pres-
ent in a situation? Where you just
stopped what you were doing and
simply enjoyed what you were up
Memorable Manitoban… to at that very moment, or the area
in which you were surrounded in?
The Tribune is proud to learn that former publisher,
the late Bob Mummery, has been included in the Mani- Life is fast paced and we are
toba Historical Society’s Memorable Manitobans listing. all in a hurry all the time. Walter
This listing, which can be found at www.mhs.mb.ca rec- Hagen quoted, “You are only here
ognizes noteworthy Manitobans from the past for their for a short visit. Don’t hurry, don’t
remarkable contributions. Bob is listed as a “photogra- worry and be sure to smell the
pher, publisher, writer and community activist” and we flowers along the way.” Perhaps a
are proud of this much-deserved honour for our former life lesson for all of us.
Minnedosan who accomplished so much in his lifetime. Think back to when you were
a young child, laying on the grass
Photo by Karen Mitchell
staring up at the stars and using
Canola Retirement… our imaginations, picking flow- ally, but just driving down back roads seeing the fields,
the views, smelling the fresh air? When we feed our
Congratulations to Roberta Galbraith on her recent ers (even if they were dandelions) because they were
retirement from the Manitoba Canola Growers Associa- pretty and smelt good, or watching the butterfly flutter soul, I mean really feed it with pure stress-free enjoy-
tion (MCGA). During her eight years with MCGA, Ro- through the air. That was a simpler and freeing time in ment, good things happen within us.
berta has been a true leader in developing and creating our lives and yet, oh so good. Often people believe they have to travel far away to
learning opportunities for canola farmers in the prov- When is the last time you can say that you were get away from it all. We live in one of the most beauti-
ince. She was involved in the formation of the CropCon- 100% present in a moment? When was the last time ful areas, surrounded by hills, valleys, water and fields.
nect Conference and has worked hard representing the you got into your vehicle, cranked the music as loud as There are beautiful shades of green and the colours
agriculture industry. Filling Roberta’s position as Grower you could handle and just drove? Going nowhere re- are popping with vibrance. Water is running and birds
Engagement and Extension Manager with MCGA is Co- are singing. All one needs to do
rina Lepp of Rivers. is go to one of the areas in close
proximity to experience solitude,
peace and happiness. Within a
Rockin’ Minnedosa… thirty-minutes proximity, we are
The weekend rock fans across the nation have been surrounded by gorgeous lakes,
waiting for is upon us. August long weekend brings rock valleys, nature trails, camping
fans together in Minnedosa to enjoy a three-day music destinations and hidden gems.
festival featuring some big name performers from rock Beauty in life is in each pre-
music’s past. The party kicks off today and runs tomorrow cious moment. Try and remem-
and Sunday on the shores of Minnedosa Lake. Die-hard ber to slow down sometimes, en-
rock fans started lining up to get onsite Wednesday, al- joy little moments and embrace
though the main gate didn’t officially open until 12 noon the beauty we are surrounded in.
on Thursday. We wish everyone an enjoyable August long Tap into your inner child, look at
weekend here in Rockin’ Minnedosa. Be safe and have a things in a simpler way and take
blast out there! This party only happens once a year. a breath. The world will wait for
you, I promise!

Paving to start… Photo by Karen Mitchell

The earlier announced start date for repaving Main

Street was pushed back, but following a busy August long Letters to the Editor can be sent to editor@minnedosatribune.com or Box 930, Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0
weekend here in Minnedosa, we are now expected to see
work crews begin the major revamp starting Tuesday, Views expressed in Letters to the Editor are those of the writer and
August 6th. are not necesarily the views of The Tribune, its owner or staff.

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The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, August 2, 2019 5

Summer is Road Construction and

Provincial Election Season Ye O l d
10th, will change drastical- pawakpa First Nation and
ly for many residents of the the Sioux Valley First Na-
Under The Dome Riding Mountain constitu- tion. These areas were for-
By ency. merly part of the Arthur-
In December 2018, Virden constituency.
GREG NESBITT the independent Mani- The municipalities of
Riding Mountain MLA toba Electoral Boundaries Riding Mountain West,
Commission submitted Rossburn, and Russell-
its final report and all but Binscarth, along with the 1889 – The M and N.W. Railway can make good running
one of Manitoba’s 57 elec- Gambler First Nation and time. Locomotive No. 7 drawing the train, coming from
the west, made one mile in one-and-a-half minutes and
S ummer is highway lier this summer to make toral division boundaries Waywayseecappo First Na-
were affected. Along with tion, formerly part of the the next mile in one minute and 20 seconds.
construction season in intersection safer for the
Manitoba and that’s a good motoring public. boundary changes, 14 of Riding Mountain constitu-
thing. This year there are Work on paving the the 57 constituencies will ency, will now be part of 1909 – A fierce storm passed over town Thursday eve-
several projects underway Main Street in Minnedosa have new names. the Swan River constitu- ning. The rain, and a little hail, came down so heavily
in the Riding Mountain is scheduled to begin on Under the Electoral ency, while the Riverdale that the streets were flooded. The lightning flashes were
constituency. August 6th. Preliminary Divisions Act, the province Municipality will move vivid and continuous with the usual accompaniment of
Coco Paving (Rus- work on water and hydro must recalculate constitu- into Spruce Woods. rolling thunder. Fortunately, it only lasted a half an hour.
sell Redi-Mix) is currently lines was completed earli- ency boundaries every 10 It is expected the Pre-
working on approximate- er this summer to prepare years to account for chang- mier will visit the Lieuten- 1929 – The Valley Lumber Company will build an office
ly 21 kilometres of Pro- PTH 16A for a very wel- es in population. ant Governor of Manitoba on Main Street, just south of the Minnedosa Pharmacy.
vincial Trunk Highway come re-surfacing from PR In western Manitoba, no later than August 12th
(PTH) 21 from just north 355 to 3rd Avenue. population losses  in Swan to drop the Writ for the 1949 – Harvest operations on the farm of Frank Jury,
of Provincial Road (PR) I regularly get calls River, Dauphin and Rid- 42nd general election. were the earliest of the season, beginning on July 28th.
355 to 1st Avenue in Shoal and emails asking about ing Mountain “resulted in Once the election is
Lake. The work involves timelines for upgrading significant changes to the officially called and the
boundaries of these elec- campaign period begins, 1959 – Re-building has begun on the Sanderson Garage
grade widening, intersec- of certain roadways in the site at the corner of 3rd Avenue S.W. and Main Street
tion improvements at the constituency. When our toral divisions,” the report the Riding Mountain con-
said. stituency office in Shoal following the fire that destroyed the business July 14th.
north junction of PR 355, government was elected in The new Minto and Odanah municipal offices, located
roto-milling the existing 2016 we inherited a huge The Riding Mountain Lake will be closed.
constituency will now in- next to the Dominion Café, are also nearly ready for oc-
asphalt and new pave- infrastructure deficit and cupancy.
ment, including one me- have been working consis- clude the southern por- Greg Nesbitt is the
tre paved shoulders. Work tently on highway projects tions of the Ellice-Archie Member of Legislative
commenced at the end each and every year, in- and Prairie View munici- Assembly for the Riding 1969 – Four new brands of liquor, carrying the name
palities, along with the Mountain constituency. He of Canada’s Manitoba Distillery in Minnedosa have ap-
of May and is expected to cluding many in the Riding
municipalities of Hamiota, can be reached at 204-759- peared on the shelves. All four names are distinctively
be completed in Septem- Mountain constituency.
Pipestone and Wallace- 3313, toll-free 1-844-877- western or Canada oriented: Glacier Dry Gin, Plainsmen
ber, weather permitting. Earlier this year the
Woodworth, as well as the 7767 or by email at greg- Canadian Whiskey, Brigantine White Rum and Horo-
As area residents and fre- federal and provincial
Town of Virden, Birdtail nesbittmla@mymts.net. shaya Vodka.
quent users of this high- government announced
way will attest, this portion plans to upgrade PTH 16 Sioux First Nation, Canu-
of PTH 21 has been in need between Shoal Lake and 1979 – Vandals have broken windows at Tanner’s Cross-
of upgrading for several Newdale, and in the Sols- ing School on two separate occasions during the past
decades. girth area, and on PTH 10 week. Damage is estimated at $750 for the five windows
This spring our gov- north of Minnedosa. The broken by the rock throwing vandals.
ernment announced safety timelines for this work have
improvements at the inter- not yet been established, 1989 – A new attraction at the Erickson Demolition
section of PR 478 and PTH but I anticipate more news Derby this year was a truck heat. Four trucks were en-
16 at Binscarth as part of a will be forthcoming in the tered with Kevin Marcino winning first and Dunc Shor-
$45 million commitment spring of 2020. rock coming in second.
made for infrastructure The landscape for the
projects to mark Manito- next Provincial election, 1999 – July 26th was War Brides Day in Minnedosa and
ba’s 150th birthday in 2020. which Premier Brian Pal- on that day HRH, The princess Royal, Princess Anne,
I am pleased to report that lister has said will be held greeted and met with local war brides and their hus-
work was completed ear- on Tuesday, September bands.

2009 – A priceless collection of personal documents, in-

cluding diaries and letters that once belonged to General
Hugh Dyer has been donated to the Minnedosa Regional

Dr. Derek Papegnies Rockin The Fields received $5,000 to assist in repair and upgrade
If you want to drink ,
that ’s your business.
of various buildings on site from the Minnedosa & District If you want to stop,
OPTOMETRIST Foundation. This community cooperative donates back to the
we can help.
various volunteer organizations who work that weekend. The
festival brings many visitors to our community. 204-867-3966
129-2nd Avenue S.W., Minnedosa, MB For more info or to make a donation to the Foundation go to or
FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL: www.minnedosafoundation.com.
6 Friday, August 2, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Crops Maturing Well Due to Warm, Dry Weather

Oats are in the soft Soybean staging is ad- more disease issues. took an early first cut have
dough stage and some ear- vancing under the warm Flax has completed a good second cut coming
ly fields are starting to turn. conditions and are in the flowering and most crops with average yield expect-
High temperatures are late R2 to the R3 stage. look to be average. ed. Cereal silage is being
causing some of the crops Rainfall over the next cou- Early seeded corn cut and yields are average
to dry down too quickly, ple weeks will be needed stage is at tassel and later to above average in most
which will affect yield and to help in pod fill. seeded corn is advancing areas. This will help in the
test weight/quality. Dis- Pea staging is full pod well with the warm con- tight feed situation.
ease issues are showing and starting to dry down. ditions. Rainfall over the Overgrazed pastures
up on flag leaf, especially The crop has developed next couple weeks will are still suffering and are
in fields not sprayed with well throughout the year help it finish out. Sunflow- probably not going to
fungicide. Some areas are and looks like an aver- ers staging is early flower come back this year. Pro-
reporting grasshopper ac- age to above average crop. stage (R5.1) and are also ducers with this problem
tivity. Some disease is showing advancing well with the will be looking to feed on
Most of the canola up in the lower portion of heat. pasture soon. Dugouts are
crop has finished flower- the plants, but may be too Producers have com- about 60 per cent full with
ing, but late seeded canola late to reduce yield and pleted first cut of hay and some producers hauling
or reseeded canola is now standability. Some low ar- yields in most areas were water as sloughs are drying
in full bloom. Heat is also eas that had some mois- below average, but good out.
Photo by Darryl Holyk
affecting the duration of ture stress are showing quality. Producers that
MB Agriculture to hard dough (filling) blooming in the canola
stage with early seeded

Monday is Terry Fox Day

crop. Bertha Armyworm

W arm dry weather

over the past week
has continued to advance
wheat starting to turn and
dry-down. Barley is also
starting to turn and the
trap counts still remain at
low risk, except for an area
around Miniota that is un-
crop maturity. Some rain- heat will bring it in fast. certain risk.
fall and strong winds, but SuBMitteD Pan-Canadian approach to
amounts varied through- give those with hard to treat

Cadurcis News I
out the region. Most events n Manitoba, Monday, cancers another chance.
were isolated and precipi- August 5th is a statu- We hope you will help us
tation amounts were low. tory holiday called Terry by using this holiday as a
The Russell and Birtle ar- Fox Day, in honour of one platform to discuss with
eas report around two to of our country’s most in- Manitobans Terry and the
four mm. By Doreen trott spiring and remarkable importance of registering
Harvest might start individuals. Terry Fox was for The Terry Fox Run on

on some fall rye fields by layton and Margaret Wareham accompanied by Jim born in Manitoba and his Sunday, September 15th in
the end of this coming and Sharon Stevenson of Minnedosa attended the brother Fred still consid- their community at www.
week and producers may wedding of their nephew Christopher Wells in Winnipeg ers Winnipeg home. With terryfox.org/run/find-a-
start pre-harvest on winter on Saturday. family still rooted in the collect donations to help run-site/
wheat. Fall seeded crops We appreciate that the good roads people have re- province it holds a special in the fight against the dis- “It’s got to keep going
are very uneven due to the paired the pot holes east of Cadurcis Church on PR #355. place in Terry’s history and ease. Since Terry ran thirty- without me.” – Terry Fox
cool dry spring. With our heavy truck traffic the road gets its share of use that is why this day is so nine years ago, his legacy The Terry Fox Founda-
Spring wheat is in soft and abuse. special in Manitoba, the lives on and the Marathon tion is an international or-
only province in Canada of Hope has become an in- ganization whose mission
to have given an official ternational effort that has is to maintain the vision
holiday Terry Fox’s name. raised more than $750 mil- and principles of Terry Fox
19081BB2 Manitobans can show lion to date. while raising money for
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Newdale News
By Raven’s Glen WI ily and friends from Sandy tainment at the rink was There are more birth- several years where their A large crowd of invit-
Lake, Winnipeg and Dau- followed by a cold plate days being celebrated in two children were born Ar- ed guests filled the Leisure

C ongratulations to Shir-
ley Dayton of Shoal
Lake on the celebration
phin attended the service.
She and husband Paul who
predeceased her, spent
supper, enjoyed by every-
one. Outside the cattle and
horse rings were busy from
August, August 2nd Ida
Bradley celebrated with
family and on August 3rd
thur and Lois. In 1958 the
family moved to Red Deer
where Fred was the Parts
Inn on July 26th when a re-
tirement party was hosted
for Rick Kienas by his fam-
of her 80th birthday! Best their farming years south early am until late evening, Peter Weetman celebrated man in several dealer- ily. Rick will be retiring
wishes from all your New- of Sandy Lake before they along with lots of kiddies’ with his family in England ships. Margaret’s daughter from Pioneer Elevator at
dale friends. Both son retired to Dauphin sev- activities in the afternoon. where he has spent several Lois passed away in 1979. Shoal Lake, where he has
Darcy and daughter Ro- eral years ago. Jennie was The committees deserve weeks. Another birthday The community is been the Manager. Many
berta were home to help raised in Newdale. a big thank you for all the gal who celebrated on Au- also congratulating great stories and several speech-
their Mom celebrate. All the local fairs work required to stage gust 3rd was Lil Farrend grandpa Bill Zahaiko who es were given over the eve-
Newdale friends send wrapped up with Strath- this event every year, well of Harrison House. We all enjoyed the afternoon of ning with lots of laughs
their condolences to Molly clair’s being held July 16th, done! wish each of you the very picture taking and visiting thrown in. We all wish you
Moffett and her son David a beautiful day for a fair! We’d like to send best best for the coming year! at Strathclair Rink when good luck Rick, enjoy all
on the passing of their hus- The pancake breakfast wishes to Yvonne Graham Former Newdale resi- Morgan Geekie toured the things that have been
band and father, Willard and parade started the day of Winnipeg, formerly of dent, Margaret (McNabb) with the Calder Cup his put on the “back burner”!
Moffett. off with Main Street lined Newdale, and hope you’re Ridgeway, of Red Deer, team, the Charlotteville Our town is looking so
Gordon and Enid with cars. Congratulations feeling better. AB will be celebrating her Checkers, won earlier in nice with the flower pots
Clark and Donna and to everyone that donated Congratulations to 100th birthday on August the spring. This was Mor- filled with blooms and the
Brian Scott attended the items for the parade, bak- Gerald Watkins who cel- 5th. Margaret is the older gan’s first year playing pro grass all neatly trimmed,
funeral for Jennie (Haw- ing, crafts, plant and veg- ebrated his birthday with sister of Lil Farrend and hockey and we sincerely many thanks go out to ev-
eryluk) Coulson, 85 years, etable displays, a lot of family at the end of July. both grew up here. Marga- hope the rest of his career eryone that cares for “our
held in Dauphin on July hard work, in this trying Best wishes for the coming ret and husband Fred (de- is as thrilling for him as town”!
19th. A large crowd of fam- year weather-wise! Enter- year Gerry! ceased) lived in town for this one was!

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A Busy Weekend at the Fair

Continued from Page 1

There were 40 horses registered for the light horse

show, five six-horse hitches and six four-horse hitches.
“This year we had the largest showing of miniature hors-
es we have ever had. With the large numbers and support
from the miniatures owners we are going to be looking at
expanding this division to include more classes,” stated
Swain. “This was very nice to see and we attribute this to
the moving of our fair date later in July.” Traditionally, the
local fair has been held the same weekend as Fun Fest.
In the Home Living section, winners were; Fairy
Garden Special - Albert Parsons, Most Points in Can-
ning (sponsored by Bernardin) - Leanne Goetz, Brown-
ies Special - Marie Delgaty, President’s Apple Pie - Ma-
rie Delgaty, Vice President’s Lemon Pie - Marie Delgaty.
Ann Mandziuk earned a number of ribbons including
Bernardin Best Jelly/Jam, Fudge Special, Crisco Family
Favourite Butter Tarts, Robin Hood Family Favourite -
(iced cake) and Bernardin Gift Pack. The Red River Ex-
hibition Association “Best of Show” - ribbon and cheque
was awarded to Rylan Sumner of Neepawa in the junior
category for his well-made wooden truck. 
“We thank the exhibitors and the buyers for their
support in the auction,” explained Ann Mandziuk, Ag So-
ciety Home Living Director. “Winning bids can be quite
high - Lemon Pie $100, Saskatoon Pie $80, Fudge $55 are
just a few examples.:
The members of the Ag Society are always hard at
work planning for current and future events. “Our future
goal is to have more of the community come out see this
great event,” expressed Swain. “There is no cost to attend
and it gives people from the area a chance to come out
and see our great venue that we have worked so hard to

Photos by
Darryl Holyk
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, August 2, 2019 9

Busy Season for Communities in Bloom


T he Manitoba Communities in Bloom judges,

Hugh Skinner and Shirley Kalyniuk have come
and gone. They toured the community on Monday,
At right,
The Yard of the
July 22nd visiting residential areas, the business sec-
Week honour for
tion, industrial area, the beach and camping areas,
Iishi Gardens, Evergreen Environmental Technolo-
the week of July 29th
gies and yes, even the compost site! goes to Eric and
The Minnedosa Communities in Bloom com- Danielle Davidson
mittee was happy with the attendance of the BBQ on 6th Avenue N.E.
in Tanner’s Crossing Park and appreciated the assis-
tance of the local UCT and the two young missionar-
ies serving in this area from their churches, the Jesus
Christ of the Latter-Day Saints.
Committee volunteers are also grateful to Barb
and Alan Dalrymple, Farmhouse 50, Len Luker
(Heritage Village), Kevin Marcino (Town of Minen-
dosa), Dave McDonald (Evergreen Technologies) Photos by Karen Mitchell
and everyone else who visited with the judges dur-
ing their tour and at the Tanner’s Crossing Park.
Also the committee appreciated all the preparation
for the event made by the Town employees and the At left,
residents prior to the judges arrival. The Town and The Minnedosa
residential areas looked beautiful! Communities in Bloom
The results of the judge’s visit will be announced Yard of the Week for
during the Provincial Communities in Bloom Con- the week of July 22nd
ference being held in Morden on September 6th and was Dave Meadows
on 1st Street S.W.
The Yard of the Week rocognition continues
with each Yard of the Week owner being awarded a
Minnedosa Home Hardware gift certificate.

10 Friday, August 2, 2019 The Minnedosa Tribune

Sandy Lake News

By Diane Bachewich returned home after en- company in July. Visit- the fried bread and jam munity hall, was won by daughter, Donna and Rich
joying a couple of weeks ing were Ken and Angela was a big hit. The local Graham Duncan, which Currier and boys at Rocky

T he funeral service for

Jennie Coulson was
held at Sneath-Strelchuk
holiday and sightseeing
in Western Alberta. While
there, they also visited with
Brookman and Dennis
Derhak of Riding Moun-
tain, Angela and Jessie and
Ukrainian dancers per-
formed, while the onlook-
ers toe-tapped to the music
happens to be Chub and
Helen Lewandoski’s son-
Mountain, AB. She also at-
tended the wedding recep-
tion for her granddaughter,
Family Care Centre in relatives and friends. baby Nolan of McCreary, of the live band performed Sheryl Dadley was Keyona and James Phobb
Dauphin on July 19th. Jen- Deepest sympathy is Butch and Joan Derhak of by Julian and Taras. the swimming instructor at Hanna, AB. Keyona is
nie passed away on July extended to Sonia Hasiuk Oakburn and Martha Din- Elsie and Olive Kow- for the week of swimming the daughter of Kathy and
12th at the age of 85. Inter- and the Bachewich fam- ko of Elphinstone. alchuk have their families lessons here at the beach. Brian Bragg of Sherwood
ment was at the Riverside ily on the sudden passing Gary and Doreen Der- from Lethbridge, The Pas, It was well attended with Park, AB. Sadie also met
Cemetery. Sympathy goes of Sonia’s husband, Blair hak of Calgary are out for a Gimli and Dauphin holi- many little swimmers. up with her brother, Henry
out to the Coulson and at the age of 65. The fu- couple of weeks holidaying daying here. Sadie Rystepha- Matachuk of Oliver, BC in
Hawreyluk families. neral was held at Memo- with mom, Helen Derhak The 50/50 draw, in aid nuk returned home after Calgary.
Elsie Kristalovich is ries Chapel in Brandon and the rest of the family. of a new roof for the com- spending a week with her
the newest resident at the with interment at the Holy The Personal Care
Personal Care Home. She Ghost Ukrainian Catholic Home hosted a family bar-
was transferred from the
Shoal Lake Care Home.
Nice to see you back in
Cemetery here in Sandy
Francis Kuzmak had
becue on Saturday after-
noon. Many residents had
family members in atten-
Basswood News
Sandy Lake Elsie! her daughters, Roseann, dance that day.
Sympathy is extended Mavis and Susan of Cal- It’s nice to hear that By ZelDa FirBy Robertson and relatives. Dave and Tammy Brown
to Barb Osadec and family gary, AB home for a few Janice Duchominsky is Pleased to report that San- and girls on their move to
on the passing of husband,
Laurence at the age of 73.
The funeral will be held
days and attended the fu-
neral for their uncle, Blair
Hasmiuk. Her brother,
home after nine weeks in
the Health Sciences Centre
in Winnipeg.
H appy Birthday greet-
ings to Fred Brown
who celebrated his 93rd
dra is feeling better after
spending time in the hos-
pital while here.
Brandon. Dave’s nephew
has taken up residence on
the farm.
on August 17th at the Holy Ronnie Bachewich of Iris and Katelyn Lutzec birthday. Home to cel- Colleen Tinling of The weekend on July
Ghost Ukrainian Catholic Kelowna, BC was out for of Morden, MB visited with ebrate their dad’s birthday Salmon Arm, BC visited 20th, the Barry Ross farm
Church. the funeral. Pete Wonsul and Irene were Dennis and Janet her parents, Nelson and yard was a hub of activity.
George and Marion A number of relatives Shandala at the Personal Brown and daughter of Wilma Shewfelt and rela- The wedding of niece Ka-
Rush of Vancouver, BC are and friends gathered at Care Home. Wetaskiwin, AB and Erla tives in the summer. tie McNabb to Kyle Sch-
spending a few weeks at the Gerald Ryback farm on The Ukrainian Heri- Strong of Red Deer, AB. Warren Mochnocz of ure was held at the farm.
their cabin here and enjoy- Saturday afternoon to help tage Day which was on Sat- Sandra Robertson has Sidney, BC called on Zelda Katie is the daughter of
ing visiting with family. Gerald celebrate his 80th urday was well attended. returned to her home in Firby while attending a re- Glen McNabb and Patti
Francis Kuzmak and birthday. Happy Birthday! The workshops were busy Kelowna, BC after spend- union in Brandon. McNabb.
Diane Bachewich have Helen Derhak enjoyed with demonstrations and ing time with mom Esther Belated best wishes to


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In Precious Memory of
- Rain or Shine! Antiques, Col-
lectibles and More! Over 75 R.M. OF OAKVIEW August 4th, 2014
vendors. Admission $3, 11
a.m. – 4 p.m., Sunday, Sep-
tember 1st. Fairgrounds in
life goes on,
Boissevain, MB.
The R. M. of Oakview is inviting applications for a term full time but from our hearts
Did you realize there are municipal Public Works Employee (may lead to permanent full-time REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL You’re never gone.
position). We think of you always,
still many people who are not The Town of Minnedosa is requesting submission of Proposals We talk about you too,
connected through social me-
dia such as facebook? They
Working under the supervision of the C.A.O. of the R. M. of Oakview, from qualified Proponents to develop a Strategic Asset We have so many memories
receive their local news, hap- the Public Works Employee is responsible for, but not limited to, Management Policy and Comprehensive Asset but we wish we
still had you.
penings and advertisements public utilities; car wash and equipment maintenance; garbage Management Plan for the Town’s major assets that is in
through their local communi- and recycling; and maintaining municipal property which includes accordance with or exceeds the guideline produced by the “Do it big in heaven”
ty newspaper. If you are only streets, sidewalks; cemeteries; and municipal roadside ditches.
advertising online, you are Association of Manitoba Municipalities, titled “Introduction We will see you again
to Asset Management” and further will provide a working “Love you Buddy”
missing out on a whole crowd For more information, please see the R.M. of Oakview website at Mom, Dad and Jen.
of potential customers or at- rmofoakview.ca or contact the C.A.O. at the number listed below. document that the Town can use going forward. x
tendees. Place an ad for your
Please submit a resume along with a cover letter, a legible copy The complete Request for Proposal documents are available at
upcoming event in The Tri-
bune classifieds – they start of all relevant certification and education transcripts; a copy of a the Town of Minnedosa’s website www.discoverminnedosa. CARD OF THANKS
at $9.00! Call 204-867-3816 or Driver’s Abstract; and three references to the R.M. of Oakview
com. Sealed proposals will be accepted until Friday,
email class@minnedosatri- municipal office in Oak River. Deadline is Monday, August 12th, Thank you to all the
bune.com September 20, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. (Central Time). Should you
2019 at 12 noon or until a suitable candidate is hired. staff at Dauphin General
have any questions regarding the documents or the process, Hospital for the wonderful
ANNOUNCEMENTS The R.M. of Oakview Box 179 Oak River, MB R0K 1T0 please contact: compassionate care given to
Phone: 204-566-2146; Fax: 204-566-2126; Jennie during her stay. Sin-
Email: oakviewcao@mymts.net Chris Yuen, ACAO – Town of Minnedosa, cere thanks to our relatives,
Box 426, Minnedosa, MB, R0J 1E0 friends and the Mountain-
Thank you to all applicants for their interest in this position 204-867-5967 view Villa family for the many
however only those selected for interviews will be contacted. cyuen@minnedosa.com cards, flowers, and food trays.
Power Builder Thank you to Rick, Thom and
Advertising All interested bidders are requested to complete a staff of Rae’s Funeral Service

Farm Machinery Operator Wanted. A grain farm between “Bidder Registration Form” to be advised of any updates in Shoal Lake for your profes-
Minnedosa and Brandon is seeking a farm machinery operator sional service and dedication
• GET SEEN by over for the months of August, September, October to mid – Novem-
and addenda that may be made. (21-2) in carrying out the funeral
400,000 Manitoba ber. Applicants must have a 1A license, experience operating arrangements. Thank you to
Homes! farm machinery, good people skills, as well as basic mechanical Father Brent Kuzyk for your
• Use your LOGO! knowledge. Wages to be determined, based on skill set. Please
NOTICES LOANS kindness to our families be-
• Create instant top of fore and after Jennie’s passing
forward resume. Cover letter and two references to linoz@go-
mind awareness
inet.ca or fax to 204-826-2082. (20-2) x Advertisements and and for the beautiful service.
• Showcase your info,
business, product, statements contained herein To each and everyone who at-
job, announcements PROPERTY MANAGER TRAINEE (in Winnipeg). Great op- are the sole responsibility of tended Jennie’s funeral, a sin-
or event portunity for someone with caretaker experience. Call 204-997- the persons or entities that cere and heartfelt thank you.
• We format it, to 4629 or 204-989-2753. post the advertisement, and Need Jack and Nancy, Wes, Caro-
make it look great!
• Starting at $339.00
the Manitoba Community
Cash? lyn and Dave and families.
(includes 45 lines of TENDER Newspaper Association and
• We Loan Thank you to everyone
membership do not make
space) • Easy application
any warranty as to the ac- for the many acts of kindness
• The ads blanket the • Approval with
province and run in curacy, completeness, truth- and compassion extended to
MCNA’s 48 Manitoba fulness or reliability of such • Title Loans our family during this difficult
community advertisements. For greater • No Credit Check time. The hugs, visits, phone
newspapers information on advertising • We service ALL of calls, food, cards, flowers
• Very cost effective conditions, please consult the Manitoba and the cutting of the grass
means of getting
your message out to Town of Minnedosa Association’s Blanket Adver-
tising Conditions on our web-
Call Dan Devloo
are all very much appreci-
ated. A special thank you to
the widest possible (204) 526-7093
audience The Town of Minnedosa is accepting tenders for: site at www.mcna.com. everyone who visited Don at
CAI Financial
home or in the hospital. This
Contact this newspaper RFQ 2019-05 Unit K - 2151 Portage Ave.
was a great comfort to him.
Do you have a PRESS Winnipeg MB
NOW or MCNA at Victoria Bay Water Main Replacement RELEASE / MEDIA ADVISO- www.caifinancial.ca Thank you to Dr. Hunter and
204.947.1691 or email
General information: RY that needs to go out? Let staff at the Cancer Care Clinic
us help you with that! Though in Brandon and to Dr. Elgh-
www.mcna.com Work to include directional boring of 245m of C900 water main, we cannot guarantee publica- IN MEMORIAM eriani, Dr. Brackenreed, the
directional boring of 145m C900 water main, installation of 1 fire tion, MCNA will get the infor- many nurses and health care
hydrant, and replacement of seven ¾ house service lines new main to mation into the right hands staff at the Minnedosa hos-
curb stop including curb stop replacement. Utility locates to be arranged for ONLY $35.00 + GST/HST.
August 2nd, 1994
pital who provided excellent
by contractor. Contractor responsible for any soft expose costs. We also do Media Monitor- care for Don, both compas-
Work must be completed by September 20, 2019. ing, if you would like to follow Sunshine fades and sionately and professionally.
up and see who picked up the shadows fall, Thanks to the Palliative Care
Tender package available for pick up at the Town Office or by emailing material. Call MCNA (204) but sweet remembrance members who took time out
kmoyer@minnedosa.com 947-1691 for more informa- outlasts all. of their busy day to be there
tion, or email classified@ for us. Many thanks to White’s
Any enquiry concerning the content of this Request for Quotation should Sadly missed by
mcna.com for details. www. Diane, Jill, Karen and family. Funeral Services for the as-
be directed to Kevin Marcino at 204-867-0037 or mipworks@mymts.net sistance and guidance dur-
mcna.com x
Sealed Tenders marked “VICTORIA BAY WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT” ing this difficult time. Marie,
will be accepted at the Town of Minnedosa’s Civic Centre, 103 Main Street In Loving Memory of Parry, Kim, Robyn and
South, Box 426 Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0 until 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, NEIL DAVIES Kaitlyn
August 13, 2019. April 1st, 1927 –
July 31st, 2007
Fax: (204) 867-2686 Email: kmoyer@minnnedosa.com Husband, father
Any or all of the quotations may not be necessarily accepted. and grandfather.
God has you in his keeping,
we have you in our hearts.
Hilda, Doris, Edna and their
The Minnedosa Tribune Friday, August 2, 2019 13



Everything in Moderation
December 3rd, 1933 - July 12th, 2019 us to celebrate and enjoy
our daily existence. We
Jennie Coulson passed away at the Dauphin General Hos-
pital on July 12th, 2019 at the age of 85 years.
Cooking need food to survive, so
let’s make it exciting and
Jennie is survived by two sons:   Jack Coulson (Nancy) of
Erickson, and Wes Coulson of Invermere, BC; one daughter Caro- With something to look forward
to everyday.
lyn (Dave Clark) of Dauphin.  Also surviving is one grandson Scott
Coulson (Jamie) of Shields, SK; three granddaughters Lindsay Having influence from
(Mike Baker) of Cumberland, BC, Lauren (Jordan McLaughlin) of a Chef in your life will
Dauphin, and Carly Baker (fiancee Chris Morgan) of Sifton, also help you in many ways to
step-granddaughter Rachel Chemerika of Erickson.  Also surviving prepare restaurant qual-

are great-grandchildren Hayden, Callie, and Peyton Coulson; Wade f you have ever attended than any time prior in my ity food right in your own
and Nora Baker, one sister Rose Chimick of North Burnaby, three one of my cooking class- life, is that I now celebrate home. By cooking from
nephews and two nieces. scratch you have the abil-
es or cooking shows, you all foods, not just the fatty
Jennie was predeceased by her husband Paul in 2008, ity to control ingredients,
parents Steve Hawreyluk in 1982, Annie Hawreyluk in 1984, her only brother Nick in 1986, and
know that I am a big advo- and calorie laden ones.
cate for using fat in cook- There is flavour to be found cooking technique and
two sisters Mary Paulencu in 1993 and Sophie Ellchuk in 2014, as well as nephews Roy Chimick
and Steven Ellchuk. ing. You will always hear in all types of ingredients, also save money. Hon-
Jennie was born on December 3rd, 1933 in Newdale, MB.  Her birthday had been celebrated me chanting “Fat is Fla- recipes, and cuisines, and ing this skill in the kitch-
on December 2nd for many years, until she had to get a birth certificate to apply for a pension, vour; Fat is Moisture; Fat is to find greatness in your en you already have, and
and found the birthdate had been recorded incorrectly. She was happy to celebrate her 85th your Friend”. I even take it regular diet is to rejoice in with the daily requirement
birthday in 2018 surrounded by her family.   one step further by joking variety and moderation. that you need food to stay
Jennie attended elementary and high school in Newdale, followed by a secretarial course at that “My title is not Doc- The focus of modera- alive, will prove to be in-
Success Business College in Brandon. Jennie worked as a legal secretary for George Lauman in valuable. So, blow some
tor, Dietician, or Nutrition- tion in this column has a
Shoal Lake until she and Paul were married on May 27th, 1953.  They resided on their cattle and dust off your cookbook
grain farm southwest of Sandy Lake where they raised their three children. In 1976 Jennie began
ist – my title is Chef”… but, couple of meanings: re-
I always take a moment striction and portion size. collection, watch some
working as an RCMP clerk in Elphinstone, MB until her retirement in 1995.  Jennie was appreci-
ated by the many RCMP members she worked with for her work ethic, efficiency, and friendship. from this overindulging of Eating forbidden foods cooking shows, or take a
In 1979, Paul and Jennie moved from the farm to their new home in Sandy Lake.  In 2000 they fat celebration to mention (everyone’s perspective cooking class… and con-
moved to Dauphin and in 2014 Jennie moved into an apartment in Mountain View Villa estates moderation. of “forbidden” is different sulting a doctor, dietician
where she resided until her passing. Moderation is truly so I will leave it up to you and/or nutritionist may
Jennie always enjoyed time spent with family and friends - especially if it included a game of the key. Just because I may to define this term) does not be a bad idea either.
King Pedro.  She also enjoyed bowling, curling in her younger years, dancing, travelling, and had demonstrate an incred- not have to be done on a Although eating fat in food
a special fondness for babies. has no direct correlation to
ible tasting recipe loaded daily basis (restriction)
Jennie will be remembered for her love of life and her independent spirit. She was admired drinking red wine, I do feel
for her sewing abilities, sense of style and humming her way through most daily activities.
with fat grams and cal- or should be of a small
ories, this does not mean amount (portion size). compelled to state the fol-
Funeral service and internment were held on Friday, July 19th, 2019 at 10:30 a.m. at River-
side Chapel and Cemetery, followed by a luncheon.  The service was conducted by Father Brent that I expect you to eat Whether you practice re- lowing in my argument of
Kuzyk. like that on a regular basis. striction and/or portion moderation: “Many stud-
Pallbearers were Jack and Wes Coulson, Len Ellchuk, Scott Coulson, Dave Clark, and Jordan These types of recipes are size will again depend on ies have suggested that
McLaughlin.  Honorary pallbearers were Mike Baker and Chris Morgan. Crossbearer was Carolyn meant to be illustrated as your lifestyle, beliefs, and drinking a single glass of
Coulson Clark. your “go to” formula for ultimately what works for red wine everyday is good
Donations may be made in Jennie’s name to the Heart and Stroke Foundation.   a special occasion when you to lead a healthy way for you, but skipping the
Rae’s Funeral Service of Shoal Lake were in care of arrangements.   whole week and having
you want to “wow” some- of life.
one with your cooking. This being said, there seven glasses on Friday
Having a background is a huge variety of reci- night… not so good.”
June 3, 1945 – July 21, 2019
myself of having to deal pes that I share with the
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our dear husband, father, grand- with being overweight as public, not just the fatty Have an
father, brother, uncle and friend. Don passed away at the Minnedosa Hospital after a brief battle a child and young adult, ones. Most menus I teach upcoming event?
with cancer. I know that it is not the at my classes and shows
Left to cherish his memory are his wife Marie(Hlagie), son Parry(Kim Moffatt), precious preferred way to journey tend to have a balance Let people
granddaughters Robyn and Kaitlyn Burgess, his sister Peggy, nephew Rob and niece Linda, sister through life. Today, with a about them unless there is know through
in-law Doris, nieces Dawna and Tonia, and of course many beloved friends. He will be missed by
all that knew him.
balanced diet and my best an obvious general menu The Classifieds!
He was predeceased by brother Robert(infant), his parents Frank and Eva(McIntosh) Bur-
at a regular exercise rou- focus on a certain tech-
gess, in-laws Harold and Kathleen Hlagie, brothers in-law Ken Stephenson and Ivan Hladie. tine, I have more energy nique or specific ingredi- ADVERTISE FOR
Don worked most of his life as an assayer in the mining industry. Once retired he kept busy and feel better than I ever ent. My opinion on life is AS LOW AS $9.00
working odd jobs, mostly carpentry, and volunteering with different organizations. Throughout did in my younger years. a bit biased as a Chef, but
his life he enjoyed watching sports, fishing, photography, curling and golf. A few pastimes he The main difference, more I believe that food helps class@minnedosatribune.com
picked up later in life were wintering in Arizona with Marie and painting lovely pictures of land-
scapes and scenery, which led to his granddaughters picking up the brush and joining in. He
loved to teach and encourage them as they practiced and got better with each canvas.
To his friends and family Don was a constant source of entertainment. It was easy to tell that
Don liked a good pun, but LOVED a bad one!! One afternoon while redoing the living room he
was making his way between the couch and the newly painted wall. He accidentally rubbed is
bum against the wall. He quickly looked up and said, “I had best hurry up. I’m getting “a little
behind” in my painting!” Which of course was followed by his eyes lighting up and a laugh that
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Many thanks to the wonderful Doctors, Nurses and health care staff at the Minnedosa Hos- and Operated Broker Realtor
pital who provided excellent care and comfort to Don and his family at a very difficult time.
Cremation has taken place and at Don’s request no formal service will be held. Interment G G
will take place at a later date. White’s Funeral Home, Minnedosa,MB in care of arrangements. LIS LIS
Donations can be made in memory of Don to Central Plains Cancer Care or Dr. Khandelwal Pri- N EW NEW
mary Care Centre.


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