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We are investing

in the community,
creating jobs,
paying taxes and
telling customers
that this is a good
place to live
Ken Jenner
Heritage Co-op
Chairman
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By JENNIFER PAIGE
O
ver the course of last year, Heritage Co-op was able
to generate a new record in local savings.
In recent weeks, the local Co-op board held its annu-
al general meeting, boasting a sales growth of 12 percent
that reached just over $13 million.
We have no doubt that our facilities are in very good
shape and we are reinvesting in a timely and sustainable
way, reported chairman of the board, Ken Jenner.
In 2013, the company marked its total sales volume
at $121 million and set a new record in net earnings at
$7.9 million.
Whilst growing steady on the fnancial end of things,
Co-op continues to place great importance on supporting
the local community. In 2013, the company donated one
percent of its saving, $79,000.00 towards various eforts
and service groups in the community.
When we build facilities we are doing more than
putting up four walls. We are
investing in the community,
creating jobs, paying taxes
and telling the consumer
that this is a good place to
live, added Jenner.
Along with the one per-
cent donation, Co-op also
gives back to the commun-
ity through its commun-
ity development fund. Last
year saw the fund donate
$10,000.00 to the Ashley
Neufeld Softball complex
in Brandon, $2,500.00 to
Minnedosas Rivers Edge
Park project and committed
$100,000.00 over a four-year
period to the Minnedosa
Regional Events Centre (MREC) fund.
For the community development fund, Co-op sets
aside 0.5 percent of the companys net earnings. Te fund
was established in 2009.
In 2013, the company accepted 1,389 new members.
Last July, Co-op celebrated the distribution of $3 mil-
lion in equity cheques to all of its owner-members with
a community barbeque. Co-op reports that the company
will be holding this event once again and will be paying
out $3 million in July.
Troughout the year there were eleven regular board
meetings held and various board members took part in
13 days of training on various fronts.
Moving forward, Co-op plans to continue with the
investment into agro through the purchase of new dry
fertilizer foater and an anhydrous delivery unit.

Heritage Co-op Sets
Record Highs in 2013
Sales surpass $13 million
On Sunday, June 1st
Minnedosa Beach
became a furry of
action while Stream
n Wood, an outdoor
adventure company
from Brandon, held
its frst demo of the
year. Troughout the
day the public had the
opportunity to try out
a number of kayak
models and stand
up paddle boards.
Paddle Mania
Photos by Jennifer Paige
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L
ocal bowler, Brandon
Mansell has recently
returned home after an
exciting weekend at the
Canadian Open 5-pin
Bowling Championships.
We had a great time!
Te team came away with
seventh; I averaged 272
in 18 games and was the
frst tournament all-star. I
also walked away with the
high game of the tourna-
ment415, exclaimed
Mansell.
Mansell made a num-
ber of leader boards over
the four-day tournament
earning the individual
high-fve game with 1,487,
the individual high-eigh-
teen game with 4,868 and
won 15 individual match-
es.
James Boxshall, who
bowls in Minnedosa Mon-
day and Friday nights, was
on the Manitoba mixed
team and they won gold.
Garry Hamm of Bran-
don also deserves honor-
able mention after putting
on an impressive perfor-
mance, bringing home
gold in the Mens single
and claiming another all-
star spot.
All Manitoba repre-
sentatives had a strong
showing at the Champi-
onships, which was held
in Calgary, AB.
Manitoba earned f rst
place in the aggregate
standings with 33 points,
followed in second by Al-
berta with 30.5 and New-
foundland in third with 28
points.
By DARRYL HOLYK
A
special meeting of Town Council was held prior to its
regular Committee of the Whole meeting on Tues-
day, May 27th. Mayor Orr presided with all councillors in
attendance.
Wes Barrett of the Skate the Lake organizing com-
mittee appeared before council to share some ideas
and suggestions for possible upgrades to the pavilion at
Minnedosa Lake. Skate the Lake uses the pavilion each
February during its pond hockey tournament which has
donated over $50,000 back to the community since 2007.
Troughout these years, the volunteer organizers and us-
ers have compiled a list of upgrades which would ben-
eft not only their group, but also all who use the pavilion
throughout the year. Te suggested upgrades include in-
stalling a heat source, new lighting and ceiling fans and
repairs to the exterior stairs and railings to ensure bet-
ter safety. Council established a committee of Council-
lors Saler, Skatch and Wedgewood to tour the pavilion
and then report back to council with possible options for
work needed on the aging facility.
Brian Skatch, Development Of cer for the Tanners
Crossing Planning District was in attendance to present
information on a request to amend the Towns Zoning
Bylaw and change the designation of a piece of land be-
hind RBC, near the old Armoury from Residential Single
(RS) to Residential Multi Family (RM) to allow for the de-
velopment of a proposed four-plex housing unit by Lyle
Popien, Dallas Kreller and Kent Dillabough. As there
were no objections or concerns with the request, Council
approved the amendment.
In order for organizers to host the f fth annual Street
Market, Music Jam and Kiddies Carnival during the Sat-
urday of Fun Fest, Council approved the request to close
a portion of 1st Ave. S.E. (by the cenotaph) and allow the
group to use the area and Tanners Park to host its festival
events.
Also in regards to Fun
Fest, Council passed a res-
olution asking the Mani-
toba Liquor Control Com-
mission to approve the
Fun Fest Committees ap-
plication for a Community
Event Permit for this years
Fun Fest.
An outstanding utility
bill of $89.92 was added to
the respective tax roll.
Mansell Awarded Tournament All-Star
Mens tournament all stars Manitoba: Garry Hamm, Brandon Mansell.
Saskatchewan: Todd Vance, Brad Moens. Ontario: Wade Tompson.
Quebec: Maxime Lafreniere
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By JENNIFER PAIGE
M
innedosa and Dis-
trict Foundation is
gearing up to celebrate its
40th anniversary and is in-
viting all residents to take
part.
We are holding an
event on June 15th to rec-
ognize our 40 year mile-
stone. Over the years this
initiative has granted a
lot of funds back into the
community and we would
like to take some time to
look back on all that this
foundation has done, said
Bruce McNabb, chairman
of the Minnedosa and Dis-
trict Foundation board.
Te Minnedosa and
District Foundation annu-
ally dispenses grant mon-
ey to various Minnedosa
groups with the goal of
supporting and sustaining
the community. Te Foun-
dations funds are built on
citizen donations and are
managed by a board of
trustees.
Our foundation is un-
like some as we are not into
fundraising activities but
rely on outright donations.
Funds are distributed ev-
ery October through an
application and grant pro-
cess, explained McNabb.
We cover a wide gambit
of organizations including
those focused on seniors,
children, sports, culture,
heritage, and arts.
Te Foundation was
established in 1974 and
was originally formed to
receive the estate of the
late Adam Crossley, former
publisher of Te Minnedo-
sa Tribune.
Walter Weir was the
executor of the Adam
Crossley Estate and was
instrumental in the forma-
tion of the Minnedosa and
District Foundation.
Town solicitor, Allan
James, prepared the Bill
and presented it to the Leg-
islature. Te Minnedosa
Foundation account was
assented to in June of 74.
Te Foundation account
was originally opened with
CIBC.
Te f rst advisory
board was appointed by
Town Council in Sep-
tember of that year and
included James Chip-
perfeld- former Mayor of
Minnedosa as chairman,
Ed Taylor- former Mayor
as advisory member and
Hazel Vellam- frst lady to
serve as Town councilor as
secretary treasurer.
T e Foundation re-
ceived its frst donation on
December 18th, $100.00 in
memory of Maxine Stew-
ard, wife of Craig Stewart.
Te Adam Crossley Es-
tate cheque in the sum of
$15,604.26 was presented
by Weir to the Foundation
in March of 1975.
Te donations were
invested with the Montreal
Trust Co., the interest of
which serves Minnedosa
and District in perpetuity.
In 1986, the Founda-
tions account was trans-
ferred to the Royal Bank
of Canada until 2005 when
it was transferred to the
Minnedosa Credit Union
where it continues to grow
today.
Tis foundation of-
fers people the ability to
give to a group and know
that the money they give
stays in our community,
explained McNabb, who
has held the position of
chairman for the past
three years. When leaving
a donation you can specify
where you would like your
funds to be allocated. Our
donors give for the beneft
of the community and to
leave a legacy for the fu-
ture.
In recent years the
foundation has granted
funds to Communities
In Bloom, Minnedosa
Regional Archives, Minne-
dosa Drama Club, Minne-
dosa Horticultural Soci-
ety, Minnedosa Regional
Library, Minnedosa Mu-
seum and Heritage Village,
Minnedosa Minor Ball,
Minnedosa Youth Soccer,
Minnedosa Regional Event
Centre, Rivers Edge Park,
Rockin Te Fields, Rolling
River Festival of the Arts,
Strathclair Teatre Com-
mittee Chorus, Heart and
Stroke Foundation AED,
Minnedosa Palliative Care
Committee, STARS Ambu-
lance, Minnedosa Band
Association, Minnedosa
Performing Arts, as well
as a $10,000 contribution
over two years to Tanners
Crossing School for their
new play structure that
was opened in October of
last year.
We have the easy part
of the job in dispersing the
monies. It takes the hard
work of these dedicated
residents who are running
these groups and organi-
zations to take the grant
money and do the work
with it but it is certainly re-
warding to see our donors
funds being put to use in
the community in ways
that will better our future.
Everyone is encour-
aged to stop by Tanners
Crossing Park on June
15th to take in some mu-
sic and refreshments and
help the Minnedosa and
District Foundation cel-
ebrate 40 years of dedica-
tion to bettering the Town
of Minnedosa.
Minnedosa Foundation Celebrating 40 Years
1974 - Opened with a $100 donation
1975 - $15,604.26 from Adam Crossley Estate
1976 - Market Value of $18,000
1984 - Market Value of $26,341
1994 - Market Value of $44,489
2004 - Market Value of $177,315

|nv|tes the commun|ty to ce|ebrate


our 40th ann|versary |n Tanner's Park.
Hus|c and refreshments.
r|ng a |awn cha|r.
8unday, June 15th at 1:30 p.m.

By JENNIFER PAIGE
F
ifteen-year-old Minne-
dosa gymnast, Isabela
Onyshko had a successful
showing at the national
championships this past
week, an event that will in-
fuence her contention for
upcoming international
competitions.
Te Canadian Gym-
nastics Championships
were held in Ottawa from
May 29th to June 1st.
Tis was the f rst time
Onyshko has participated
in the Nationals in the sen-
ior age group but it cer-
tainly didnt seem to faze
her as she came home with
three medals.
On T ursday, May
29th she earned a silver
medal in the all-around
category and proceeded to
qualify for three fnals held
on Saturday.
In the f nals, she
scored 14.325 on beam
to claim the gold medal,
14.050 on bars for silver,
and f nished in fourth
place in the foor routine
with a score of 13.875.
Her successful show-
ing at this National event
has placed her in a good
spot for contention to par-
ticipate in the upcoming
Common Wealth Games,
which will be held July
23rd - August 3rd in Glas-
gow, Scotland.
Onyshko Adds to Medal Collection
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By Darryl Holyk
This day in history
June 6th is the 157th day of the year and is most
commonly known this year as the 70th anniversary
of D-Day, the Normandy Landings. Many other note-
worthy events have happened on this day in history.
Going way back to 1833, this was the day that United
States President Andrew Jackson was the frst Presi-
dent to ride a train. In 1844, the YMCA was founded
in London, England. In 1933, the very frst drive-in
theatre opened in New Jersey. Te NBA (National
Basketball Association) was born this day in 1946. In
1968, US Senator Robert Kennedy passed away from
gunshot wounds he received during an assassination
attack on June 5th. More recently, today marks the
30th anniversary of the release of one of the bestsell-
ing video games, Tetris.
Right of way...
Just a reminder to all motorists and pedestrians
to stay out of the way of emergency vehicles when
lights and sirens are activated. When responding to
an emergency, our responders have the right-of way
so stay clear of them or move out of their way and let
them get to their destination as fast as they can. Tey
may be heading to a serious fre or accident in which
seconds count. I know they appreciate your co-oper-
ation with this as will the people who are in need of
their assistance during an emergency!
Fun Fest
Next month, Minnedosas summer celebration,
Fun Fest will return. Many new and exciting attrac-
tions have been added to this years Fun Fest schedule
and watch next weeks Tribune to learn all about these.
Entries are being accepted for the Saturday morning
parade and the Senator Ken Harris and his lovely
wife Ava have been chosen as this years Honourary
Parade Marshals. Te Harris are most f tting for this
honour as both Ken and Ava have been outstanding
volunteers and respected citizens of our community
for decades!
By DARRYL HOLYK
Y
ou may have heard the saying Common Sense Is
Not Common Anymore. I remember a scene from
the old 80s sitcom Te Golden Girls in which Rose
tells a story of how she learned to come in out of the
rain after standing out in the rain getting drenched,
someone fnally told her to come inside. Back then,
the scene was just for laughs but sadly, today such a
scenario actually rings true. From what I see, there is
an insurgence of people in our society who seem to be
extremely unknowledgeable when it comes to proper
decision making. No longer can we fgure out what is
right or wrong but we need to be told either verbally
or with a printed sign or warning label. Some of them
have gone way too far and are absolutely absurd, ri-
diculous and in many cases degrading to the intelli-
gence of our society. Ten again, I suppose most of
these warning labels stem from an incident in which
somebody somewhere actually tried something they
shouldnt have, were injured and used the old I didnt
know tactic to fle a lawsuit.
I have always been amused and entertained by
some of the warnings that are featured on product
packaging and instructional manuals. What follows
are ten things I have learned from ridiculous warning
labels around my home and of ce. By the way, I really
didnt need to have any of them pointed out to me as
my common sense just knows better!
1. Contents in my disposable cof ee cup or pizza
box may be hot.
2. I shouldnt use an electric mixer in the shower
or bathtub nor should I use a hairdryer or electric ra-
zor while sleeping.
3. I shouldnt spray household cleaner in my eyes.
4. I should not place any aerosol can in a pot of hot
water on the stove.
5. A candy bar clearly containing nuts, may con-
tain traces of nuts.
6. T e contents in a package of nails may be
sharp.
7. One should not consume concrete foor leveler.
8. Objects should not be placed in the path of
spinning fan blades.
9. I should not attempt to climb on my f at screen
television.
10. Cords wrapped around a persons neck can
cause strangulation.
If anyone out there actually learned something
they honestly did not know from one of these warn-
ing labels, my apologies but I must quote one of my fa-
vourite comedians, Bill Engvall by saying Heres your
sign!
It astonishes me that there must actually be peo-
ple out there gullible enough to need such warning la-
bels. Do we no longer have minds of our own to make
our own decisions when it comes to what is right and
what is wrong? What has happened to common sense?
It seems we have become a society of mindless beings
who needs to be told what we should and should not
do every step of the way. Its really rather sad.
If you havent done so, start taking notice of some
of the warnings on items you purchase. I am sure you
will be amused and astounded at some of the ridicu-
lous, common sense phrases that are actually printed
for those individuals who apparently have lost all abil-
ity to just know better.
I recently read an article in which the writer made
a great recommendation there should be warning la-
bels for people who have no common sense. It could
read something along the lines of I have no mind of
my own so dont assume I know anything. Advise me
of the use or misuse of everything I come in contact
with. I agree whole heartedly!
Common Sense a Lost Trait
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Letters to the Editor
1994 Te Province has awarded the Historic Walk-
ing Tour project a grant in the amount of $16,500. Te
project, spearheaded by the Minnedosa District Heritage
Foundation, has also received in excess of $20,000 in do-
nations.
1984 An Open House was held at Gateway Motel to
celebrate its recent expansion. Te facility now includes
22 fully modern units with a hospitality suite and confer-
ence room. Te Steak and Egg Shop is expected to open
soon at Te Gateway.
1974 Frank Taylor has been drafted by the Minnesota
North Stars of the NHL. Frank began his hockey career
with Minnedosa Minor and his Junior year with the Por-
tage Terriers before playing two seasons with the Bran-
don Wheat Kings.
1964 After 50 years of waiting, Joseph Pendyk of Po-
land has fulflled a childhood promise to his sister, Mrs.
Rose Maluk of Sandy Lake he has come to visit. After
two years of paper work, Joseph was recently granted
permission to come to Canada to visit for three months.
1944 Town Council is reviewing a bylaw to improve
the appearance of the cemetery. Te bylaw will regulate
the planting of trees and placement of fences around
plots. Te Greek Catholic Church has applied to the
Town for a separate cemetery.
1914 A number of petitions for the construction of
granolithic sidewalks have been received by Town Coun-
cil.
1904 Tenders are called to extend Main Street south
to the Correction Line and then east along the said line.
1894 Bush fres have been raging for some time near
Clanwilliam and a good deal of damage has already been
done.
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would like to thank: Rivers Baptist,
United and Zion churches and Riv-
ers Collegiate for use of their venues
for festival sessions and meetings;
all those who offer scholarships;
businesses and individuals for the
f nancial donations; Rivers Banner,
Minnedosa Tribune, the Dauphin
Hearld and South Mountain Press for
promoting RRFA; towns of Rivers and
Minnedosa for posting RRFA informa-
tion on their websites; Rivers Home
Hardware and Minnedosa Pharmacy
for selling programs; and the numer-
ous volunteers who are the heart and
soul of RRFA and without whom the
festival would not exist. You make it
happen and we truly appreciate your
contributions.
Special thanks to Rivers & Area Com-
munity Foundation for your grant.
The RRFA comm|ttee wou|d
||ke to thank a|| sponsors,
donors, vo|unteers,
part|c|pants, the Un|ted
6hurch of H|nnedosa,
R|vers home hardware, and
the H|nnedosa Pharmacy
for the|r support of the 2014
Fest|va|. w|thout you, |t
wou|dn't happen!
Dear Editor,
A
CNIB study showed
that more than a quar-
ter of Canadians dont
believe that regular eye
exams have a major im-
pact on reducing the risk
of vision loss. Te same
study reported that among
Canadians who hadnt had
an eye exam in the past
two years, more than half
said the reason was they
believed they have good
vision. But many serious
eye diseases that can cause
vision loss have no symp-
toms and can only be de-
tected through a compre-
hensive eye exam.
May is Vision Health
Month, and CNIB and
Doctors of Optometry
Canada are calling on Ca-
nadians to protect their
families vision by getting
an eye exam.
Vision loss can hap-
pen at any age, so how
can you protect the vision
health of your family? In-
fants and toddlers should
undergo their frst exami-
nation between the ages of
six and nine months. Chil-
dren should then undergo
at least one eye exam be-
tween the ages of two and
fve years old, followed by
annual exams for school-
age children. Adults
should visit their Doctor
of Optometry at least every
two years, and seniors over
65-years-old should book
annual appointments.
Besides a regular
exam, there is more you
can do to protect your
sight. Always wear sun-
glasses when youre out-
side, as UV damage can
cause cataracts, macular
degeneration, cornea sun-
burn, tissue growths on
the surface of the eye and
eyelid skin cancer. Nutri-
tion can also play a part
in vision health, so eat a
healthy diet and stay ac-
tive.
Dr. Keith Gordon,
Vice President of Research,
CNIB.
Dear Editor,
A
s an expatriate with old ties to Minnedosas mu-
nicipal government, Im pleased to see that mayor
and council have chosen to place the historical town re-
cords in archival care. Tese records form an invaluable
collection. Te fact that they are so complete was why
Gerald Friesen steered Barry Potyondi to Minnedosa
when Barry undertook his thesis, and other publica-
tions, about Minnedosas municipal history. I also spent
many, many hours researching in the town records dur-
ing my dads years as secretary-treasurer.
However, although Im pleased to see the records
housed in any institution, Im surprised and disap-
pointed to see them leave Minnedosa. I hope that may-
or and council will more fully explain their rationale in
not housing this unique collection in the Minnedosa
Archives
Bruce Wishart,
Prince Rupert, BC
Is your familys vision health at risk?
Why are records leaving
the community?
By JENNIFER PAIGE
A
new seniors guide is now available and ofers
Manitoba seniors a wide range of information to
assist in making informed decisions about important
issues.
Te guide contains a comprehensive listing of
programs, contacts and services available, numerous
tips on various subjects including life-long learning,
health services and transportation. Tis year the guide
also ofers a new featuresafety and security tear-out
guides.
First printed some 30 years ago, the Seniors Guide
comes to the public as a result of the co-operation of
the Province of Manitoba, the Manitoba Council of
Aging and a number of other stakeholder organiza-
tions.
As an older adult living in Manitoba, the Manitoba
Seniors Guide provides me with answers on a variety
of topics from housing to fnances. I am so pleased that
the Manitoba Council on Aging is able to work with the
province to produce and distribute the guide to thou-
sands of older Manitobans, said Dave Schellenberg,
chair of the Manitoba Council on Aging. I encourage
all seniors to ensure they have a copy right next to their
phone.
Anyone interested in acquiring a copy of the guide
can stop by Minnedosas Services for Seniors of ce.
New Guide for Seniors
6 Te Minnedosa Tribune Friday, J une 6, 2014

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is accepting applications for our Sports Dinner
Grant. Forms and criteria are available at the Rec
Ofce or on the Discover Minnedosa website.
By JENNIFER PAIGE
M
innedosa Golf and
Country Club has
had a slow start to the sea-
son due to an overabun-
dance of moisture and
ground water but man-
agement hopes to be run-
ning at full capacity by the
weekend.
Tis year has been an
extremely wet spring. We
have had pumps running
24/7 for about a month to
try and combat the ground
water. At this point it is not
so much the river levels
that are afecting us as it
is the high water table,
explained Deb Pritchard,
resident golf pro.
Pritchard notes that
the dike that was installed
on the ground in 2011
has done its job this year
and has certainly saved
the course from any extra
damage.
Luckily the water
we are dealing with is
clean ground water and
will not leave any harm-
ful salt or debris behind.
Our grounds keeper is
watching over the areas
of concern and in recent
days the water has not
been moving as fast or as
much.
Tis years extra mois-
ture has caused the course
to hold of on allowing the
general public to make
use of the front nine and
have requested members
to play holes two, three,
fve and six as par 3s.
We have also asked
our members to hold of
on using the power carts
on the front nine in order
to maintain the integrity
of the course.
Due to the impact on
the play the club has held
of on staf ng to ofset the
fnancial side of things. As
of press time on Wednes-
day, Pritchard says that
the course will be running
full-bore by the weekend.
With a few big tourna-
ments on the horizon the
Club is hopeful that the
weather will cooperate
to support the upcoming
traf c.
We have the Brandon
Chamber of Commerce
tournament coming up on
June 11th that will see 168
golfers out on the course
as well as the Manitoba
Teachers Association
tournament on June 14
that will bring another
140 golfers out, added
Pritchard.
T e course hasnt
seen this large of tourna-
ments since before the
2011 food.
During the tourna-
ment days the Club has
made an arrangement
with the Killarney golf
course to ofer members a
package deal that includes
transportation, golf fees
and the use of a power
cart.
Our membershi p
has been incredibly sup-
portive of these tourna-
ments. Many have even
of ered the use of their
power carts. And the tour-
naments really are a great
thing for the Club. It will
expose a new group of
people to the great facility
we have here and we hope
it will engage some repeat
business.
Golf Club Combats Excessive Moisture
Photo by Jennifer Paige
Seventy Years Ago
T
his photo appeared
on the front page of
the June 8th, 1944 edi-
tion of Te Tribune . Cadet
Dick Gilhuly of Minnedosa
Squadron No. 234 is shown
receiving the Western
Manitoba Air Cadets Field
Day trophy from Air Com-
modore K.M. Guthrie at
Brandon. 650 cadets from
16 towns competed in the
events and Gilhulys team
of Bob Deacon, Don Alex-
ander, Jack Hooper, Ken
Harris and Bill Banner-
man won the foor hockey
event, defeating Alexander
1 to 0, Boissevain 3 to 0,
Mather 1 to 0 in the semi
fnals and Hartney 1 to 0 in
the fnal.
Tribune File Photo
7 Te Minnedosa Tribune Friday, J une 6, 2014
14061gg04
By MITCHELL BUKARZ
T
he Minnedosa Mani-
toba Youth Job Centre
is open once again for the
summer! Centres across
Manitoba are in their 38th
year of successfully sup-
porting youth employ-
ment in Manitoba. Te
Minnedosa Manitoba
Youth Job Centre (MYJC)
is sponsored by Manitoba
Children and Youth Op-
portunities in partner-
ship with the Minnedosa
Chamber of Commerce
and the Yellowhead Re-
gional Employment
Skills and Services, and
serves the communities
of Minnedosa, Erickson,
Onanole, Wasagaming,
and Rapid City.
My name is Mitch-
ell Bukarz and I am the
Minnedosa and area MYJC
Youth Engagement Leader
for the summer of 2014. I
have just completed my
1st year of study at Assini-
boine Community College
and I am very excited to be
back in the community.
Te MYJC is designed
to meet the employment
needs of students and
youth, as well as the needs
of employers who have
vacant positions to fll, by
ofering a free referral ser-
vice to those who wish to
hire an eager, hard-work-
ing young person. Employ-
ers of all types business,
household, farm, con-
struction, etc. can take
advantage of the free ser-
vices the Centre provides.
Only the most qualifed
candidates are referred,
and the employer always
has the f nal hiring deci-
sion.
We encourage stu-
dents and youth over the
age of 12 to register with
our of ce. If you are seek-
ing full-time, part-time, or
casual employment, need
help with your resume, or
want to expand your job
search or interview skills,
just drop by and we will be
happy to work with you.
Students between the
ages of 12 and 16 who reg-
ister with the MYJC also
have the opportunity to
register for the Odd Job
Squad (OJS). Te purpose
of this program is to give
students, who may not
have much or any work
experience, the opportu-
nity to gain experience and
earn an income. Te OJS
involves mainly group ef-
forts and supervised work.
Tis program is an essen-
tial part of the MYJC, and
planning is well under-
way for some exciting OJS
events this summer.
Job orders for employ-
ers and registration forms
for students are available at
the MYJC Of ce. I am look-
ing forward to a great sum-
mer in our communities. If
you have any questions or
employment needs, please
feel free to call 204-867-
3846 or to stop by the MYJC
of ce at 133 Main Street S.
Yellowhead Employment
Centre from 8:30 a.m. to
12:00 p.m., and 12:45 p.m.
to 4:30 p.m. I hope to hear
from you soon!
Minnedosa Manitoba Youth Job Centre Open for Business
By JENNIFER PAIGE
M
innedosa Golf and
Country Club hosted
the Rockin the Fields Par
3 Tournament over the
weekend, seeing a record
breaking amount of par-
ticipants take part in the
event.
We had a great event.
Tere ended up being 137
participants. We almost
reached sell-out capacity,
which is 144, commented
Deb Pritchard, resident
golf pro at the Minnedosa
Golf and Country Club.
Te tournament,
which serves as a joint
fundraiser for both the golf
club and the rock festival,
had been previously held
on August long, the same
weekend as Rockin the
Fields, but this year dates
were adjusted to utilize the
tournament as a kick-of
event.
In previous years the
event was held as a wrap-
up to the rock festival and
we averaged about 65 par-
ticipants. Te change of
date from the fall to the
spring was hugely success-
ful, which is obvious by the
participation numbers,
continued Pritchard.
Troughout the event
over $115,000.00 in prizes
were handed out and BOB
FM was on-site to provide
a few rock tunes.
We will continue with
the spring tournament
date in the coming years as
it turned out to be a great
fundraiser for both us and
the festival. We came away
from the weekend with
roughly $10,000.00 in prof-
it, which will be divided
between us with the larger
portion going towards the
festival as we benefted
from the food sales.
Rockin the Fields of
Minnedosa will be held
August 1st to 3rd and will
feature the Sheepdogs,
Tree Days Grace, Bret
Michaels, Harlequin, Dan-
ko Jones and many more.
For tickets, camping
or more information call
1-888-330-8333.
RFM Tourney Sees Record Turnout
Photo submitted
8 Te Minnedosa Tribune Friday, J une 6, 2014
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The Town of Minnedosa
UNDER SUBSECTION 125(2)
OF THE PLANNING ACT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
PROPOSAL TO SUBDIVIDE LAND WHICH RESULTS
IN THE CREATION OF A NEW PUBLIC ROAD
The Town of Minnedosa Council Chambers in
the Towns Civic Administration Building at 103
Main Street South in Minnedosa, Manitoba.
In the Town of Minnedosa and being Part of the
S.E. of Section 2, Township 15, Range 18WPM
Lots 12 to 18, Block 25 and Lots 5 to 18, Block
26, Plan 4 NLTO.
The Town of Minnedosa, Box 426 Minnedosa,
MB; 103 Main Street South, 204 867 2727,
minnedosa@minnedosa.com
4431-14-7295
Tuesday July 22, 2014 at 6:30 p.m.
HEARING LOCATION:
DAY, DATE & TIME:
SUBDIVISION
FILE No.
GENERAL LOCATION
OF PROPOSED NEW
ROAD
A copy of the above subdivision application and supporting material may
be inspected at the location noted above during normal ofce hours,
Monday to Friday. Copies may be made and extracts taken there from,
upon request.
The Town of Minnedosa
On the date and at the time and location described below, a PUBLIC
HEARING will be held to receive representations from any persons
who wish to make them in respect to the following matter:
FOR INFORMATION
CONTACT:
By RAVENS GLEN WI
M
ay 24th saw a large
crowd at the Bend
Teatre for the fnal sea-
son ticket performance of
Nunsense 2. A wonder-
ful spoof on the Nuns put-
ting on a talent show and
all the twists and turns that
occurred. Lisa Vasconce-
los and her Mecca actors
were impressive as usual
and had a hot night, lit-
erally, the frst 30+ day of
this year!
Newdale Horticul-
ture Society held their an-
nual spring luncheon at
Harrison House on May
20th, when a good crowd
enjoyed their delicious
home-cooking . Winner
of the 50/50 draw was Del
Pederson, door prize win-
ners were: Gerry Watkins,
Evelyn Simmerson and
Lynne Tolton.
Te Bradley families
held a reunion in New-
dale the weekend of May
24-25th. Tey gathered in
the Community Hall on
Saturday for visiting, pic-
ture viewing and becom-
ing acquainted with all the
folks here from Quebec,
Ontario and west to BC
that came. Many had nev-
er been to Newdale before.
Several attended Church
on Sunday morning and
visited with more Newdale
friends.
We send our sympathy
to Linda and Elvin Birch
of Minnedosa and fam-
ily on the passing of their
Dad and Grandfather Ron-
nie Birch at the Personal
Care Home on May 26th,
also to Ronnies daugh-
ter Beverly Lachance and
her family from Alberta.
Funeral service was held
from Minnedosa United
Church on May 31st. Ron
served with P.P.C.L.I. dur-
ing the war. Ron and Irene
were married in 1946 and
farmed at Newdale and
Basswood before retiring
to Minnedosa.
Hilda Davies had her
cousins Lance and Eunice
Roe from Cold Lake, AB
stop for a short visit on
their way to Brandon to
attend the funeral of sis-
ter Mona Mof att. Hilda
attended the funeral too
which was held at First
Baptist Church on May
26th.
We were pleased to
have Doreen Stapleton
of Sandy Lake playing for
Church last Sunday when
our organist was away. Te
week before Irene Gamey
of Strathclair played for us.
We thank these talented
ladies for helping us out.
Te Agape Meal (com-
munion) was presented
May 31st by Wendy Rose,
Marguerite Wareham and
Hilda Davies. Our last ser-
vice for the summer will be
on June 15th.
Birthday wishes to
Wendy Young who cel-
ebrated her special day on
May 30th when her neigh-
bour Ann Drul hosted a
party at Harrison House.
Birthday cake and ice
cream were served to the
friends attending. We wish
you many more Wendy!
By VICKI BURNS
H2O: Ideas & Action for
Canadas Water Blog
T
he Grade 8 classes
from Tanners Cross-
ing School in Minnedosa
has studied the challenges
of blue-green algae threat-
ening Lake Winnipeg and
have created colourful
books flled with imagina-
tive stories.
I visited their school
recently and was so im-
pressed with the knowl-
edge they have acquired
and the creativity they uti-
lized to put the facts into
story form.
Following my pre-
sentation to them, they
impressed me even more
with how much they un-
derstood about what we
need to do to stop de-
grading our lakes with too
much blue - green algae.
As many of us know,
education and inspiring
our youth is the hope for a
brighter future. I think that
one of the most important
things we can do is to help
young people understand
the potential of each one
of us to create the changes
we need to secure a more
sustainable future on this
planet. Te students I met
in Minnedosa are well on
their way to understand-
ing that.
One of the issues we
talked about was the im-
portance of doing abso-
lutely the best job we can
in treating our human
sewage before releasing
it back into whatever riv-
er or stream will carry it
away.
As their teacher said,
sometimes the cheapest
way is not the best for the
long-term. Nothing could
be truer when it comes to
our conventional sewage
treatment. Saving mon-
ey now is adding hugely
to the costs that will be
borne by our children and
grandchildren. I, person-
ally, dont feel very good
about that and I hope our
city council in Winnipeg
will start to understand
this as well.
Saving Lake Winnipeg Local Students Take on the Challenge
NEWDALE NEWS
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By JENNIFER PAIGE
R
esidents and manage-
ment at the Townview
Manor, located at the cor-
ner of Main Street and 4th
Ave. S.W., are rather frus-
trated over the lack of com-
munication coming from
Manitoba Housing during
the buildings renovations.
At the beginning of
April, Manitoba Housing
informed residents that the
building would be under-
going a number of renova-
tions that would include
new windows, doors, bath-
rooms, kitchens, fooring
and new plumbing, as well
as reconf gure suite sizes
making some studio suites
into one bedroom suites.
Weve been told and
have been hearing so
many diferent stories. We
were informed by letter
that we will have to move
to a diferent suite in the
building and then once the
renovations are complet-
ed we will either get the
option to stay where we
have been moved or move
back, explains Lillian An-
toniw, building resident
and member of the build-
ings board.
Tere has been no
timeline for anything given
to us. Everything seems to
be in limbo and if its not
we have no idea because
no one is saying anything
to us.
Currently the build-
ings board is not getting
any answers. Tenants
are being moved, empty
rooms are not being flled,
and there have been no
workers or contractors in
the building to this point.
Manitoba Housing has
indicated to residents that
they will be moved out of
their suites and there will
be a moving service com-
ing into the building to as-
sist in packing and moving
their belongings, but no
timeline of these events
have been given.
We are frustrated
and arent getting any an-
swers or even a contact
to call. It is hard to plan
anything when you dont
know when or where you
will be moving. Leaving
the building and fnding
another place to live is not
an option for many of the
residents here as we are f-
nancially limited and there
is very little other housing
available in town, An-
toniw continued.
Townview Manor
holds 56 suites, half of
which are currently empty.
When contacted by
Te Minnedosa Tribune in
April, a Manitoba Housing
representative said work
was to be tendered in late
spring with an estimated
late summer start and the
project would take ap-
proximately 16 months to
complete.
In recent communi-
cations with Manitoba
Housing, a representative
indicated that an architect
has been selected for the
job and is currently com-
pleting the design plan,
which should be done by
early July. Tey have esti-
mated the tender for the
construction will be issued
in early fall. However, no
comment was made on
the lack of communication
with building residents.
Residents Frustrated over Lack of Communication
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Rolling River School Division held its annual divisional band and choral
concert throughout the day at Tanners Crossing Park on June 3rd. Te free
event presented musical oferings from student groups from Minnedosa,
Rapid City, Douglas, Rivers, Elton, Forrest, Erickson, and Onanole.
SUBMITTED
F
ollowing the success-
ful conclusion of a Re-
quest for Proposal (RFP)
process on May 30th, Parks
Canada has announced
that it has received a pro-
posal to reopen Mount
Agassiz Ski Area in Riding
Mountain National Park.
Parks Canada is commit-
ted to a timely review of
the submitted proposal
in accordance with the
evaluation process de-
fned in the RFP and will
determine within 120 days
whether there is a success-
ful proponent.
Parks Canadas goal is
for a successful outcome
that will lead to a long-term
fnancially and operation-
ally successful business
that delivers exceptional
visitor experiences, creates
unique educational op-
portunities, and protects
the environment.
A key component of
the RFP process is conf-
dentiality to protect the
integrity of the process and
the interests of the parties
that have submitted pro-
posals. As such, Parks Can-
ada will not discuss these
matters until the evalua-
tion process is complete.
On August 29th, 2013,
Parks Canada initiated a
public call for proposals
to potentially reopen the
downhill ski operation
with multi-season recre-
ational uses. Te process
was open for nine months.
Music in the Park
Photo by Jennifer Paige
Parks Canada Reviewing Proposal
to Reopen Mount Agassiz Ski Hill
11 Te Minnedosa Tribune Friday, J une 6, 2014
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By JENNIFER PAIGE
T
he Minnedosa and Erickson High School Base-
ball team has wrapped up its season with a 3-3
record.
Te local team is made up of 14 players, fve
from Erickson Collegiate and nine from Minnedosa
Collegiate, ranging in age from 14 to 18. Tey com-
pete in Zone 7, which includes MacGregor, Neepa-
wa and Gladstone.
We won the consolation fnal against Mac-
Gregor. Gladstone won the championship game
after defeating Neepawa, said Scott Stephenson,
teacher-coach.
Te team wanted to make a special mention to
Harold Minty of Mintys Moving of Onanole, who
purchased the groups jerseys.
Te team is very grateful for the purchase of
these jerseys and we would like to recognize Mr.
Mintys generosity, noted Stephenson.
Te cost of the jerseys was fully covered by
Mintys Moving of Onanole, costing just over
$750.00.
Baseball Team Recognizes Local Generosity
Back (L-R) Kyle Mofat (coach), Paul Tarleton (coach), Scott Stephenson (coach), Travis Pearson
(MCI), Tyson Nichols (ECI), Alex Grif ths (ECI), Matt Branconnier (ECI), Jared Dornn (MCI),
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Brooke Bayes (coach). Front (L-R) Chance Flick (MCI), Carter Gaiser (MCI), Ryan McLenehan
(MCI), Ryan Heino (MCI), Chayce Hanson (ECI) and Nathan Stephenson (ECI).
Photo submitted
An impressive display
of vintage and special
interest vehicles flled the
feld at the Minnedosa
Beach on Sunday
afternoon. Residents came
out to peruse the display
during Minnedosa Valley
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By ZELDA FIRBY
D
eepest sympathy is extended to the family and rela-
tives of Ron Birch who passed away on May 26th at
the Minnedosa Care Home. Ron and his late wife Irene
farmed in the Basswood area for a number of years.
Tanners Crossing School and Minnedosa Collegiate
Institute Bands held their Spring Concerts on Tursday
evening. Congratulations to all the students and their
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BASSWOOD NEWS
T
odays marketplace
is saturated with al-
most every type of bottled
or canned sauce imagin-
able. Homemade sauces,
in many households, have
taken a back-seat to the
readymade varieties that
seem to ft into our hectic
lifestyles. When we think
of making sauces from
scratch, many people con-
jure up the image of a thick
gelatinous mass from one
of our worst school cafete-
ria nightmares. However,
sauces from scratch dont
have to be dif cult, and can
easily be the best part of a
dish.
Traditionally, any
sauce is usually made up
from one of fve leading
sauces or mother sauces.
Tese leading sauce cat-
egories are Bchamel, Ve-
lout, Brown, Tomato, and
Hollandaise.
Dont let any fancy
French names scare you.
Bchamel is merely a white
sauce made from adding
milk to a white roux (a mix-
ture of fat and four that has
cooked just long enough
to eliminate any starchy
taste). Velout is made from
adding a white stock (such
as chicken, veal, or fsh) to
a white roux. Brown sauce
is made by adding a brown
stock (beef) to a brown
roux (fat/four mixture that
has cooked over low heat to
intensify colour and taste).
Tomato sauce is a mixture
of tomatoes, stock and
sometimes a roux, and Hol-
landaise is a mixture of but-
ter and egg yolks.
Although there are
techniques and favour-
ings that also go along with
creating any of these base
sauces, they are basically
the foundations of many
corresponding sauces. For
example: a cheese sauce
is originated from adding
cheese to a bchamel, and
a hollandaise sauce with
shallots, white wine vin-
egar, and tarragon is a bar-
naise sauce.
Sauce making how-
ever, is not always confned
within the parameters of
these leading sauces. Tere
are many sauces that do not
fall into the gamut of these
fve main categories. Some
examples would be pan
gravies, reductions, com-
pound butters, and purees.
Pan gravies are just
sauces that are made from
the drippings from cooked
meat or poultry. Extra
stock/broth and a thicken-
er are added to extend the
favours and to coat the fn-
ished meat product. Meat
that is served au jus (pro-
nounced oh zhoo) means
that it is served with its
natural clear unthickened
juices, however extra stock/
broth is usually added to
ensure there is enough to
go around.
Reductions are simply
what their name indicates;
liquids that are naturally
thickened and intensifed
through the evaporation
of water to create a sauce.
Some of the best sauces re-
sult from letting naturally
occurring liquids in a pan
to just cook down. Simply
season with salt & pepper,
and serve.
Many people dont
consider compound but-
ters to be a sauce, but when
melted, it is a favourful
liquid that enhances a fn-
ished dish. Te most popu-
lar of all favoured butters
in the chef industry is mai-
tre dhotel butter (pro-
nounced may truh doh
tel). It is solid butter that
is traditionally mixed with
chopped parsley, lemon
juice, and white pepper. It is
then rolled into a cylindri-
cal shape and stored in the
refrigerator or freezer until
needed. Tis allows one to
cut of circles of the butter
to melt on top of a fnished
product, traditionally steak.
Endless creations of com-
pound butters can be made
however, for many other
dishes besides steaks.
Purees also, dont con-
form in the defnition of the
f ve leading sauces. Tey
acquire their thickness
from the maceration of a
vegetable, fruit, or an array
of ingredients, like pesto for
example.
Te Internet and li-
brary are both great re-
sources to get one started
on creating a repertoire of
sauces of your very own.

Dear Chef Dez,

I like making spaghetti
tomato sauce, but it always
seems to be lacking some-
thing and always too bland.
Ive tried just adding more
salt, but then it just tastes
salty. What are some ideas
that I can do? Robert
Dear Robert,

Good sauces require
depth of favour. Tere are
many things you can add to
create this, but for a tomato
pasta sauce I recommend
starting with a sauted sea-
soned mixture of extra vir-
gin olive oil, mire poix (cel-
ery, onions, and carrots),
and lots of fresh garlic. Add
the tomatoes with red wine
or stock and cook down
until the favours have in-
tensifed and the sauce has
thickened. Dried herbs can
be added at the beginning,
while fresh herbs should
only be added just prior to
f nishing. Also, since to-
matoes are acidic a couple
teaspoons of sugar will help
balance everything out.
Before serving, make sure
to taste and re-season (salt
and pepper).
By LEONA KUCHER

S
hannon Gunn and chil-
dren Jeremy and Pheo-
nix of Neepawa, spent a
few days with her Grand-
parents, Frank and Leona
Kucher. She also had a
brief visit with her Dad, Jim
Gunn, and brother, Brad
Gunn. Tey were joined on
Sunday by Sandra Gunn
and Randy Carson also of
Neepawa. Later on Sunday
evening, Amanda Kucher
of Brandon, stopped in
for a brief visit with her
Grandparents.
Glad to hear that Joyce
Minty is home again after
a long convalescence after
her fall.
Get well wishes to
Vicky Gunnarson, who
also fell, and is recuperat-
ing in hospital.
Sympathy is extended
to Ken Beattys family on
his passing on Saturday.
Crash Course on Sauce Making
Cooking With
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S
ympathy is extended to
Elvin and Linda Birch
and family and to Bev
LaChance and family
on the passing of father,
grandfather and great
grandfather Ronald Fran-
cis Birch. Several from
the area attended the
funeral service on Sat-
urday in Minnedosa.
Sympathy is also
extended to Butch and
Brenda Hales and son
William and other mem-
bers of the Hales fam-
ily on the recent passing
of Henry Hales of Rivers.
A number attend-
ed the bridal shower
in honour of Leanne
Morgan on Sunday.
After a very wet spring,
some fortunate few can
report that they are fn-
ished seeding. Many oth-
ers still have miles to
go. Many also report that
their gardens are in. Let us
hope for a great summer
after this dismal spring.
T e Minnedosa Colle-
giate Rugby team played in
the Provincials in Brandon
this weekend. Matthew
Hudon, Jake Woychyshyn
and Brent Cardy of Bass-
wood were players on the
team.
Dear Reena,
I have two questions:
How can I stop weeds and
little plants from growing
in between river rock? I do
pullout as much as I can.
Secondly,moss grows on
the aggregate sidewalks
and I would like to use
something non-toxic to get
this clean. Adelon
Dear Adelon,
Without using toxic
chemicals, here are the best
defense methods against
weeds growing through ar-
eas covered by river rock.
Remove rocks and lay one
of the following; land-
scape fabric, a thick sheet
of plastic or newspaper
underneath rocks. Here is
a Wonderful Weed Killer
formula suitable for river
rock and cleaning sidewalk
areas. Pour boiling water
or acetic acid (pickling vin-
egar) onto weeds. Regular
white vinegar (the kind
we eat with French Fries
is not strong enough). Or
in a pot combine and stir
together 1 gallon pickling
vinegar, onepound salt and
one tablespoon dish soap.
Pour over weeds. Repeat as
needed. (Caution: Tese
methods will kill all treated
plants).
Did You Know?
Newspaper is biode-
gradable and when com-
posted it turns into min-
eral rich top-soil, packed
with nutrients.
Hi Reena,
I have a fabric shower
curtain that becomes pink
and discoloured along the
bottom, soon after I wash
it. I always pull it closed
after showering so it dries,
but is there anything I can
do to stop this from hap-
pening? Irmgard
Dear Irmgard,
Tis often occurs ei-
ther due to hard water
or when moisture sits on
shower curtains and accu-
mulates bacteria. Wipe the
curtain dry after use and
make sure that no drip-
ping faucets soak the cur-
tain. Leave the bathroom
exhaust fan on for a few
minutes to reduce humid-
ity in the bathroom. Wash
the curtain with color safe
bleach or purchase a cur-
tain liner or a curtain made
from another material.
Dear Reena,
I love the taste of res-
taurant Caesar Salad!
When I make it at home,
I never know how much
salad dressing to add to the
lettuce. If I add too much,
the croutons become sog-
gy. If I add too little, it lacks
f avour. Any suggestions?
Marcus
Dear Marcus,
While there is no set
standard measurement of
dressing to lettuce ratio.
Te general guideline is
one half cup dressing for
a single size head of Ro-
maine lettuce. Each leaf
should have some dressing
but too much dressing will
leave you with soggy crou-
tons and lots of fat. When
it comes to croutons,
make sure that you add
them, just prior to serv-
ing. Another Chefs trick is
to serve Caesar salad in a
wooden bowl. Remove the
skin from a clove of garlic
and rub the clove along
the inside of the bowl, this
adds favour to the salad.
Hi Reena,
I am wondering if you
have a special cleaning
solution for getting bird
droppings of of lawn fur-
niture. Ron
Dear Ron,
I have a budgie named
Garry, and the best de-
fense against bird drop-
ping stains is to scrub the
area with heavy duty de-
tergent, water and a stif
brush. Rinse and blot all
areas with water. If stains
are noticeable spray with
WD-40, blot and rinse with
dish soap and water (test
on inconspicuous area
frst).
Weird Uses for
Everyday Items:
Erase ballpoint pen
ink from hands by wiping
them with the inside of a
banana peel. Submitted
by Helene
Use duct tape to re-
move warts, cover the wart
with duct tape and leave
for one week. Doing this
has proven more success-
ful than freezing them of.
Submitted by Derek
I f nd that adding salt
to ice water actually cools
drinks in a hurry. Fill a four
gallon bucket three quar-
ter of the way with ice wa-
ter and one cup salt. Place
sealed bottles or cans into
the bucket, they cool in a
fash. Submitted by Lorisa
CADURCIS NEWS
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S
ome good seeding
progress for most ar-
eas in the South Parkland
region over this past week
with seeding progress now
estimated to be between
40-90% complete. Even the
areas that were experienc-
ing excess moisture condi-
tions saw feld conditions
improve with water levels
in pot holes and sloughs
now receding to what
would be consider more
traditional levels.
Te excess moisture
conditions being experi-
enced this year have been
somewhat dif cult to ex-
plain. Many producers
who have done very little
seeding are mentioning
that feld conditions were
actually worse than that
experienced in 2011. We
have seen above normal
precipitation levels for the
month of May however we
have not for the most part
experienced any major
rain events in the two to
four inch level that would
have caused the entire soil
prof le to be so wet. Te
explanation that seems
to make the most sense is
that we were still experi-
encing some signifcant
frost down at the four to
fve foot level in our soils.
Comments from exca-
vators have confrmed that
frost was indeed still pres-
ent at these levels mean-
ing much of the snowmelt
and rainfall to date had
been trapped in this re-
gion leaving only surface
evaporation as a means of
alleviating any excess. Te
cooler spring temperature
has meant that this pro-
cess has done little to al-
leviate the problem. Some
have described their felds
as being similar to a gi-
gantic frost boil as farm
equipment becomes stuck
or would sink in areas that
would normally be dry.
Hopefully the recent
surge in temperature will
help alleviate this problem
allowing for the remaining
2014 crop to be planted.
Canola Seeding
Much of the remain-
ing 2014 crop to be planted
are canola acres. Getting
these acres planted prior
to crop insurance dead-
lines is now a high prior-
ity meaning many produc-
ers are now traveling at
higher than recommended
speeds. Te key to seed-
ing speed for virtually any
crop including canola is
to seed to soil conditions.
Many soils at present are
providing an ideal seed
bed for canola with little if
any shank or opener chat-
ter. Under these soil con-
ditions speeds can easily
be bumped to the mid fve
mph rate with little afect
on overall emergence. On
the other hand under very
hard conditions speeds of
even four mph are likely
excessive resulting in poor
seed placement.
Tree Issues
Green Ash Trees Poor
and slow leaf development
in ash trees is more a func-
tion of cool environmental
conditions during April
and May then it is from
disease. Tis stress can
however lead to a disease
called anthracnose which
can cause the leaves to be-
come spotted, turn brown
and curl upward. Tis will
be something to watch for
in the weeks to come. Al-
though unsightly this dis-
ease does not afect the ash
tree longer term.
Poplar/Aspen A num-
ber of native tree stands or
bluf s containing poplar
trees are succumbing to a
disease called Hypoxylon
Canker. Typically this dis-
ease requires a wound for
the infection to become
initiated and as a result
becomes noticeable two to
three years after a signif-
cant wind or hail storm has
passed through an area.
Te disease interrupts nu-
trient fow to the upward
portion of the tree result-
ing in reduced leaf devel-
opment and growth. High
winds will often break
these trees in half at the
site of infection like tooth
picks.
Choke Cherry / Cherry
Black Knot Tis disease
has spread rapidly through
native choke cherry trees
and has infected many
urban cherry and Shubert
cherry trees. Tis disease
sees a black knot develop
on branches which inhibit
nutrient fow result in the
death of the branch. In-
fected branches should be
pruned well back of the
knot being careful to ster-
ilize your pruning device
after each cut in bleach.
Diseased branches should
be removed and disposed
of well away from the tree.
Dutch Elm Disease
Many yard sites have elm
trees which have become
infested by the elm bark
beetle which spreads
Dutch Elm disease. In or-
der to prevent the spread
of Dutch Elm Disease on
should prune all diseased
branches by pruning how-
ever do not prune between
April 1st and July 31st when
the elm beetles are active
since they are attracted to
the open wounds of the
tree. Elms can be basally
sprayed with an approved
insecticide in late August
or September while the
elm beetles are actively
migrating to the base of the
tree to overwinter. Trees
can also be banded in the
early spring to catch the
elm beetle as it moves back
up the tree.
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Graduation)- $16.00 for the frst 20 words and the picture.
Obituaries: $6.50 per col. inch.
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Party Rainbow auction and
bake sale. Friday June 13th,
2:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Masonic
Hall. Everyone welcome. (12-
2)x
Minnedosa United
Church is inviting you to
come and celebrate that we
are now an Af rming Minis-
try within the United Church
of Canada Service of Celebra-
tion Sunday, June 8th, 2014 at
7:00 p.m. followed by Cofee/
Tea and Cake *An Af rming
Ministry declares itself to be
fully inclusive of people of all
sexual orientations, gender
identities, ages, races, abili-
ties, economic status, cul-
tures and other marginalized
groups. (12-2)x
Please accept this invita-
tion to a come and go tea in
honour of Nettie Timchishens
retirement on June 13th, 2014
from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
at the Minnedosa Collegiate
Canteen, 74 Armitage Ave.
Everyone is welcome to come
and give Nettie a wonderful
send-of. (12-2)x
Expressive Dance with
Crystal. Dance classes start-
ing in the fall. Registration
Nights: Monday, June 9th and
Tuesday, June 10th 2014. 4:00
to 8:00 p.m. at Crystals Dance
Studio in Minnedosa. EDWC
Dance Studio located at 102-
3rd Ave N.W. 2 blocks west
of Blazers in Minnedosa. For
more information please call
Crystal. Home 204-867-3561
or Studio 204-867-2446 (12-2)
x
A shower will be held
for baby Spraggs on Sunday,
June 8th from 2-4 p.m. at the
Menards (40-4th Street S.W.).
Hope to see you there! (x)
Youre invited to a Bridal
Shower honouring Karissa
Jago, bride elect of Jeremy
Butler. Saturday, June 7th
from 2-4 p.m. at the Westman
Community Centre. 247-23rd
Street, Brandon. Tey are reg-
istered at www.sears.ca, Bran-
don Stokes, and the Minnedo-
sa Home Hardware. x
A Come and Go pre-ba-
by shower for Miss Kennedy
Madeleine Forget Ritchie,
soon to be new born princess
of Jesse Ritchie and Kayla
Forget, will be held Saturday,
June 14th, at the Erickson
Crossroads Centre, from 2 - 4
p.m. (13)x
7th Annual ATV Derby.
Scenic Mountain Trail. Host-
ed by Birch River Legion. Sat-
urday, June 14th, 2014. Birch
River, Manitoba. Breakfast
Bufet from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00
a.m. and Barbeque Bufet
from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
All you can eat! Adults: $8.00
Children (6-10): $5.00 and
preschoolers: free. ATV Poker
Derby 50% payout. Registra-
tion at Birch River Legion
Hall: 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Drivers: 3 hands for $20.00.
Ghost Rider: 1 hand for $5.00.
Additional hands available
until 5:00 p.m. for $5.00 each.
Free Bufet Supper for Driv-
ers. Ghost Rider sheets avail-
able at Birchwood Grocery,
trackshare.com or Birch River
Poker Derby Facebook page.
Contact: Mike Rusk 236-4628
or email brl4496@yahoo.ca.
For updates or cancellation,
please go to trackshare.com.
In the event of cancellation
derby will be held June 21st.
Drivers must return by 5:00
p.m. for prizes and supper.
(13-2)x
Erickson Town-Wide Yard
Sales. Saturday, J une 21st from
9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Spon-
sored by Erickson and District
Chamber of Commerce. (13-2)
x
John Neabel is living at
the Minnedosa Care Home.
John would welcome visitors.
x
Electric barbecue. 1600w
element, 280 square inch grill,
warming rack, chrome-plated
grate, folding side shelves,
porcelain-coated hood and
frebox. Ideal for apartment or
balcony. Call 204-867-2887.
(12-2)x
Watkins. Call Elaine at 1-204-
761-2938 (evenings) Save the
ad please (8/13/17)x
Chickens, farm, free-
range. Roasting 5 pounds and
up, turkeys 13 pounds and up.
Fall 2014, please order now.
Chicks are scarce. Phone 204-
752-2328. Leave message.
(11/13/15/17)x
Barn Estate Sale for Eddie
Kasprick. Everything must go.
Tools, hay shackles and an-
tique items. Saturday, June
7th 2014. 11 a.m..-4 p.m. A
mile down dirt road from Un-
cle Toms restaurant. x
Mahogany kitchen cup-
boards for sale. Best ofer ac-
cepted for cupboards. Also for
sale: 1946 1.5 ton Chev. truck.
To be restored. Asking $450
Phone 204-848-2254 (x)
1 bedroom apartment in
Minnedosa Phone 204-728-
8609 (10-tfn)
For rent or sale. 2 bed-
room cabin, fully furnished
and 5 minute walk to the
beach. Available, starting
May 16th, 2014 for the sum-
mer or until sold, $65 per day.
($27000 asking price) Contact
Barry at 204-871-2224 Portage
La Prairie. (12-3)x
1 bedroom and 2 bed-
room apartments for rent.
Phone 204-867-4522 (13-2)x
2 bedroom house for
rent with single attached ga-
rage. Washer and dryer, nice
yard. $900 per month plus
utilities. Phone 204-284-4370.
(13-2)
For rent 2 bedroom
house quiet park like setting.
4 appliances, $850 per month.
Call Darrell 204-867-2830
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In loving Memory of
Pearl Shewchuk
October th,
- June th,
Tank you for the
years we shared
Tank you for the way
you cared
We loved you then
And we love you still
Forget you, we never will
Lovingly remembered and
sadly missed
by Bev, Dennis and Aaron
IN MEMORIAM
Te family of Ron Birch
would like to express our
extreme gratitude to the staf
at the Minnedosa Hospital
and personal Care Home.
Many times you went above
and beyond to help in his
care and comfort. Many
thanks to the staf at the
Minnedosa Funeral Home
for your compassion and care
during a dif cult day. Tank
you to Rev. Natasha Pearen
for her comforting words,
the United Church Choir for
their beautiful voices and the
United Church ladies for the
lovely lunch. Much gratitude
to all the pallbearers and to
the Minnedosa Legion for
their memorable salute to
our father during the service.
Tank you to all our kind
neighbors and friends for the
food, phone calls, fowers and
cards. Bless you all. Elvin,
Linda, Beverly and families.
Te family of Steve Usick
would like to express their
thanks and gratitude for the
compassion and care shown
to them. We would like to
thank Dr. Onyshko, the nurses
and staf at the Minnedosa
Hospital and Personal Care
Home who provided excellent
care and comfort to Steve
during his stays there. We
would especially like to thank
Teresa Boroski for being
there for us. Te f owers, food,
cards and phone calls after
his passing eased our grieving
and made us feel surrounded
by friends and family. Tank
you also to Dorothy Brooking
for providing the lunch at
the Ukrainian Hall. Te
Minnedosa Funeral Service
made a dif cult time easier,
and Elgin Halls service gave
us comfort. Donna Alexander
and Brenda Belisle gave the
eulogy and f lled our hearts
with happy memories. Tank
you all, Lillian, Brian, Wendall
and families.
TUESDAY
12 NOON
OBITUARY
Ronald Francis Birch passed away peacefully at the Minnedosa Personal
Care Home on the morning of May 26th, 2014 at the age of 91 years.
Ron was born December 24th, 1922 in Brandon, Manitoba. Ron
grew up on the Charlie Wilson farm, in the Hazelwood District,
east of Minnedosa. He was educated at Glanton, Wallace and
Roseneath Schools. After fnishing school, he helped his father
and neighboring farmers and shovelled gravel in municipal pits.
In 1939 he joined the Dragoons spending two weeks training at
Shilo in the summer of 1940. December 4th, 1941 he joined the
P.P.C.L.I. and was sent to Fort Osborne, transferred to Portage
La Prairie for basic training and later to Camp Shilo for advanced
training. From there, Ron left Halifax on the ship Andes and arrivedin
Aldershot, England in 1942. A month later he was sent to North Africa
and Italy for 26 months with the Mediterranean Forces. He was hospitalized
for 9 days with malaria and 45 days with typhoid fever. Ron was wounded twice and after the
war ended he joined the Occupational Forces for 6 months in Holland and Germany guarding
equipment and handing out rations to hungry civilians. Ron was discharged April 4th, 1946.
Ron married Irene Hampton, only daughter to Victor and Pearl Hampton, on September
4th, 1946. Tey f rst lived in Minnedosa where he worked for the Rural Hydro and C.P.R. In
1948 Ron had an ice delivery business, cutting and hauling ice from Minnedosa Lake to private
homes with horse & sleigh. In the summers he farmed a quarter section and worked nights
driving a gravel truck for Gordon Watchhorn building the highway from Minnedosa to Neepawa.
In 1949 Ron and Irene moved to the Greenway farm at Newdale. Later they bought Austin
Gameys farm, where they farmed for approximately 35 years. During this time they had
two children, Elvin and Beverly. Tey grain farmed, raised cattle, had milking cows and
chickens. Some of the earlier work was done by a team of work horses, Buster and Blitzy.
With 100 chickens he used to get 99 eggs..he often said he was going to fnd that lazy chicken.
Ron was an active member in the community. He was on the Basswood School Board prior to its
closing, a councilman in the R.M. of Harrison, on the Hospital Board and a legion member for years.
Ron is pre-deceased by his loving wife, Irene of 65 years, his parents Edwin and
Annie, his sister Hilda, brother Vernon and son-in-law Marsh La Chance. Left to
mourn his passing are his children, Elvin (wife Linda) and Beverly, grandchildren Lori,
Kim, Mark, Scott, Marci, Chris and 8 great grandchildren and 1 great great grandson.
Ron will also be missed by several nieces and nephews, cousins, friends and neighbors.
Funeral services were held on Saturday, May 31st at the United Church, of ciating Rev. Natasha
Pearen with interment at the Minnedosa Cemetery. Donations can be made to the Minnedosa
Handi Van or CNIB. Minnedosa Funeral Services were in care of the arrangements.
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COMING EVENTS
HOLLAND FIDDLING
CONTEST June 13 - 15, Hol-
land Community Hall. Dances
- Te Moonshiners & Tiger
Hills Group. Contest Satur-
day 2PM. Suppers & Camping
available. 204-526-2064 or 204-
526-2459.
FOR SALE
BATTERIES FOR EVERY-
THING. Automotive, farm,
construction, ATV, marine,
cycle, golf carts, solar, phones,
tools, radios, computers etc.
Reconditioned, obsolete and
hard-to-fnd batteries. SOLAR
equipment. Te Battery Man.
Winnipeg. 1.877.775.8271
www.batteryman.ca
MASSIVE TREE SALE.
Hardy tree, shrub, and berry
seedlings. Perfect for shel-
terbelts or landscaping. Full
boxes as low as $1/tree. Bun-
dles of 10 as low as $1.29/tree.
Free shipping. Replacement
guarantee. 1-866-873-3846 or
treetime.ca.
SPECIAL WHOLESALE
PRICING! Queen or Double
Pillow-Top Mattress Set $375!
(King set $595) 6-piece Bed-
room Suite including Pillow-
Top Bed set $900. 12 Drawer
Queen Storage Bed $495! 5
piece 40 round drop leaf set,
4 chairs $399. SOLID RUSTIC
OAK Table Set 60 to 96 (No
Veneer) 6-high back padded
chairs $2,650 ($4,200 value)! 3
piece Durablend Leather set
w/Sofa, Love Seat & Rocker Re-
cliner Chair $1495. (Can Sepa-
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Furniture, 660 Highland Ave.,
South side of #1 Hwy. Bran-
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MANUFACTURED HOMES
Two Brand New Show-
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Floorplans are available on-
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taking orders for summer de-
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RECREATIONAL PROPERTY
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Lakeview $15,900. Tis is truly
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STEEL BUILDINGS
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$7,746. 40X46 $12,116. 47X72
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Heritage Co-op is presently recruiting for a

PART TIME GROCERY CLERK
For our Minnedosa Grocery Department

Duties to include, but not limited to, customer service, processing customer
transactions, stocking, merchandising and general housekeeping duties.

QuaIifications:
Excellent customer service skills
Highly motivated
Strong interpersonal and communication skills
High housekeeping standards
Must be available to work a variety of shifts including days, evenings
and weekends

If you are interested in joining our team, pIease send your cover Ietter
and resume to:
a.haywood@heritagecoop.ca

Or mail to: Box 1050, Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0 Attn: Annette Haywood

www.heritagecoop.ca

We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
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Power Line Technician Training Program
We have opportunities in our Power Line Technician
Training Program. Power Line Technicians construct,
maintain and repair electrical power transmission
and distribution systems. You will participate in a
four year apprenticeship program that includes
on-the-job training and 10 weeks of competency-
based trade schools.
To be considered, you will be a high school graduate
with the following credits: Mathematics 40S (Applied
or Pre-Calculus), Physics 30S and English 40.
Aboriginal Line Trades Pre-Placement
Training Program
Aboriginal candidates who do not currently meet all
the above qualications may be interested in our six
month Aboriginal Line Trades Pre-Placement Training
Program. Selected candidates will receive on-the-
job training and academic upgrading to meet the
minimum requirements to compete for a position
in the Power Line Technician Training Program.
To be considered, you will be a high school
graduate with at least one of the following credits:
Mathematics 40S (Applied or Pre-Calculus),
Physics 30S or English 40. Proof of Aboriginal
Ancestry is also required.
Applications for both the Power Line Technician and
Aboriginal Line Trades Pre-Placement Programs must
include a personal rsum and a complete transcript
of marks (high school and any post secondary).
Only complete applications will be considered.
Visit our website at www.hydro.mb.ca/careers to
apply online. If you are unable to access a computer,
please call our Employment Line at 1-204-360-7282
or 1-800-565-5200.
The deadline for applications is June 18, 2014.
We thank you for your interest and will contact you
if you are selected for an interview.
Manitoba Hydro offers a competitive salary and
benets package and working conditions that provide
for a balanced approach to work, family life and
community, including a nine day work cycle.
Manitoba Hydro is
committed to diversity
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Generating bright futures
ROLLING RIVER SCHOOL DIVISION
requires a
Hockey Academy Instructor
for grade 7 to 10
at
Rivers CoIIegiate Institute
Tr|s pos|l|or cors|sls ol 0.5 FTE hockey Academy |nstructor ard 0.5 FTE
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PIease submit aII appIications to:
Attention: Doreen Hutton
RoIIing River SchooI Division
P.O. Box 1170
Minnedosa, MB ROJ 1EO
Ph: 867-2754
Fax: 867-2037
E-MaiI: dhutton@rrsd.mb.ca
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Only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. We would like
to thank all applicants for their interest in Rolling River School Division.
C.C. Contract Services
Ltd. requires Full and Part
time Cleaners/ Housekeep-
ers for the following Seasonal
Terms in the Clear Lake Area.
$14 - $15/ hour. Have 1 Term
position from May 15/14
to Nov. 7 and Dec. 21/14 to
Jan. 15/15. Also 1 Term pos-
ition from June 15/14 to Nov.
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from June 27 to Sept. 2/14.
No experience or education
required, season end bonus
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to cccontractservicesltd@
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Road, Box 174, Onanole, MB.
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Apply for a Marketing
position with no qualifca-
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Basements, Demolition
Snow removal
Gravel, Topsoil
Sales of septic tanks
Tony 867-7582
Kirk 867-0180
Clint Moffat
& Sons Ltd.
OFFICE
867-3356
Sand & Gravel Products
Excavating
Water & Sewer
Installations
Site Preparation
Landscaping
Snow Removal
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YAKUBCHAK
WIRCH
CERTIFIED GENERAL
ACCOUNTANTS
GeorgeAllard, C.G.A.*
Gateway Street
Onanole, Mb
848-7413
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Shoal Lake, MB
759-2680
Dauphin Ofce - 15 1st Ave S.W.
Phone: 638-3005
Fax: 638-5817
*Denotes Professional Corporation
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ELECTRICAL
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Enterprises Ltd.
Air Conditioning,
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30 Years
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C.
70 Main St, S.
Minnedosa, MB.
Personal Tax Returns
Farm Returns
Business Returns
Cash Back
Phone: 867-5124
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EAVESTROUGH
Email: mcrealfoam@live.ca

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Closed cell Polyurethane Spray foam
Blow in Attic & Wall Fibre Insulation
Fire Retardent Coating
Catharine
M Gijsbers
Certified General
Accountant
Professional Corporation Minnedosa
213 2
nd
St NE - Box 385
T: 867-3884 C: 867-0190
Email: Catharine@mts.net
www.catharinecga.ca
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7 - 5TH AVE. NW, MINNEDOSA
Revenue property with 2 apartments.
Lower unit is 1 bedroom, upper
unit is 2 bedroom. Great return
on investment! Full line oI good
appliances included. Very nice yard
with mature trees.
176 - 5TH AVE. SW, MINNEDOSA
This 2 bedroom, 2 bath home has
been well cared Ior with updated
windows, doors, bathroom, new
shingles, new laminate and new
hot water tank. Full line oI good
appliances included. Quiet location
with a Ienced yard. Nicely fnished
basement and central air.
246 - 2ND ST. SE, MINNEDOSA
Great Iamily home this 22 bedroom
bi-level with walkout basement has been
extensively renovated. Open foor plan on
main Ieatures kitchen island, hardwood
fooring and new appliances. Updates
include: baths, kitchen, fooring, light
fxtures, high eIfciency Iurnace, water
soItener, hot water tank, insulation and
more. Very private yard on a quiet street.
R.M. OF SASKATCHEWAN
Acreage approx. 10 minutes west oI
Minnedosa on #16 Highway. The 3
bedroom home has had numerous
updates including windows, shingles,
bath, kitchen, plumbing and fooring.
Large double detached garage, 60`x 38`
arch rib building and small horse barn
with loIt.
R.M. OF SASKATCHEWAN
BeautiIul acreage and executive home. This 2,442
sq. It. home Ieatures 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, skylit
kitchen with ceramic tiled foors and patio doors
leading to the covered deck and pool area. Main
foor sunken Iamily room oII the kitchen has a
zero clearance sealed wood burning freplace. The
living space in this home is abundant and ideal Ior
large Iamily Iunctions. Lovely landscaped decks,
patios and grounds surround the pool deck. Home
has geothermal heating and municipal water. Single
attached garage and detached double garage/
workshop.
133 - 3RD AVE. SW, MINNEDOSA
This 2 bedroom home with Ienced yard
sits on a corner lot close to school and
downtown. Character home with much
oI the original wood, hardwood foors
and tiled wood burning freplace. Very
solid home with a good Ioundation, high
eIfciency gas Iurnace (2004), hot water
tank (2007), new hard wired smoke and
carbon monoxide detectors. Detached
24 x 18 garage.
Gwen Usick
Broker Realtor
Ph: 867-4657
Fax: 867-2150
gwenu@mts.net
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IndependentlyOwned
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Minnedosa Minnedosa Shoal Lake Erickson
TO BE MOVED
Clanwilliam
Updated 2 bdm bungalow
has second kitchen in
basement. Numerous
recent renos include
windows, kitchen,
bathroom, ceiling, ceramic
& hardwood fooring,
garden doors, deck to
mention a Iew. Single
car garage, carport,
greenhouse & large
vegetable garden.
21 bedroom, 2 bath
home on corner lot close
to downtown. Insulated
double car garage with
metal rooI GDO`s &
remotes, large eat in
kitchen, newer counter
top, newer windows, paint
and shingles 2011.Gazebo
on zero maintenace deck,
fower beds, vegetable
garden plus much more.
Double wide 4 bdm, 1
1/2 bath mobile home
located on a double
lot. Large kitchen with
island, dining room,
patio doors oII living
room to the spacious
12`x22` deck & outside
to the garage, workshop
& storage shed.
1196 sq It 3 bedroom, 2
bath home on corner lot.
Numerous recent upgrades
include kitchen, fooring,
siding 11`, windows,
doors, insulation, Iascia,
soIft, eaves, shingles,
plumbing (maniIold),
electrical with 200 amp
service, 24`x11.10 deck
plus much more.
21/2storeyhome. 5
bedroom, 2bath, 2wood
burningfreplaces, ceramic
tile, hardwood, carpet,
electric baseboardheat.
Attachedgreenhouse &
deck. Recent renos include
electrical &shingles.
MLS#1325098
MLS#1408282 MLS#1405699 MLS#1326604
MLS#1411597
$30,000.
Roofng Decks
Fencing Exterior Finishing
Renovations Repairs
Ryan Marnock
204-868-5980 or 204-867-5544
TAG
Construction
All Jobs, Roofing,
Painting
General Repairs and
Maintenance
Contact
Terry or Matt
at 867-2729
or 210-0225
240 Main St. N
Box 325
Minnedosa, MB
BDO
Chartered Accountants
and Advisors
Farm, Business & Individual
Professional Services:
~ Tax
~ Accounting
~ Farm Programs
Sarah Campbell, CGA
39 Main Street South
Minnedosa 867-2957
Canada, LLP
AUTO
CONSTRUCTION
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$5.52/week
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PRINTING
More than just a
Newspaper!
Weoffer afull lineof
CustomPrinting.
Posters, Brochures, Invoices,
Envelopes, Business Cards,
Letterhead, Tickets, Invitations
and MORE! Wealso provide
Colour Photocopying, Photo
Reproductions and Faxing.
Visit us at:
14 3rd Avenue S.W.
Minnedosa, MB
Monday - Friday
9 a.m. to 12 noon &
1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Phone 867-3816
LEGAL
Alexander
Jackson
Law Office
B-116 Main St S
Minnedosa, MB
867-3981
http://www.ajaxlaw.ca
SI MS & COMPANY
Law Offc e
Norman H. Si ms, Q. C.
76 Mai n Street South
MI NNEDOSA 867-2717
REAL ESTATE
RESTAURANT
Burgess Law
Office
51 Main Street S
Minnedosa
867-2935
burglaw@mts.net
FINANCE INSURANCE
Drivers Licenses, Autopac
General Insurance
Bruce McNabb & Dave McDonald
867-3946
MINNEDOSA
INSURANCE SERVICES
WAHOSKI
MECHANICAL LTD.
PLUMBING
HEATING
GAS FITTING
AIR CONDITIONING
204-867-3121
or
204-476-5185
GORD KELLY
Plumbing & Heating
Gas Fitting
ph: 867-2084
cell: 867-0346
SERVICES
T A C
Vent ur es I nc.
Waste
Management &
Contracting
(204)476-0002
Garbage Removal
Bin Rentals
Construction Demolition
Renovating
Household clean up
Estate clean ups
Minnedosa
Credit
Union
Main line
204-867-6350
Joanne Clarke
204-867-6364
Susan Glasgow
204-867-6353
Alayna McTavish
204-867-6354
Debbie Strelczik
204-867-6359
Lori McNabb
204-867-6360
Terry McLenehan
204-867-6363
Carol Dalrymple
204-867-6367
Carol Taylor
204-867-6368
Kim Robinson
204-867-6352
Jeff Dusessoy
204-867-6369
Sylvia Firby
204-867-6361
Candice Brown
204-867-6362
Brad Ross
204-867-6366
Fax
204-867-6391
M
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PAINTING
B0P1ON PAlN1lNG
Mgrna Charles
ome. $7-97!7
Cell. $$-9903
ALCOHOLICS
ANONYMOUS
If you like to drink and can
That's your business
If you want to stop and can't
That's our business.
P.O. Box 36
or 867-3966
Alanon - 867-3308
Alateen - 867-5121
867-3401 Minnedosa
Mtg. Times: 8:00 pm Tuesdays
Mood
Disorders
Association
of Manitoba
Support Group
Meetings held at
Minnedosa Hospital Boardroom
every 2nd Tuesday of the month
at 6:30 p.m. For more info call:
Lora Hay 826-2773
Connie Finlay 867-2556
L LE EO ON NA A S S
S ST TU UD DI I O O O OF F I I M MA AG GE E
Family Hair Care Family Hair Care
Waxing Waxing Pedicures Pedicures
Manicures Manicures LCN Nails LCN Nails
Pedique Pedique Tanning Tanning
Massage Massage
867-2287 867-2287
67 Main St. 67 Main St.
St. Alphonsus
Catholic Church
142 4th St, NW.
Minnedosa, MB 867-3831
Mass Sunday 9:00 a.m.
142 4th St, NW.
Minnedosa, MB 867-3831
TRADING
FRONTIER
TRADING STORE
867-5551
Gently Used Furniture
Clothing & Misc. Items
Donations
Estate Sales
Pick-up & Deliveries
SERVICES
Drug Problem?
Narcotics
Anonymous can help
Meetings every
Tuesday &
Saturday at 7 p.m.
at Calvary Temple,
221 Hamilton Street,
Neepawa, MB
Lakeside
Septic Service
Potable water
delivery.
Book your portable
toilets.
Small tool rentals.
Bryon Gaiser
867-2416
Cell: 867-7558
CALL ME... FOR ALL YOUR
REAL ESTATE NEEDS
www.suttonharrison.com
PETER HARRISON
Phone/Text 867-5444
RAINKE'S
Sewage Service
JIM BEAUMONT
476-2483
Owner/Operator
Cell: 476-6591
Dennis: 476-2766
23 Hour Service
RANKIES
People Helping People
- Committed to Caring -
Phone (204) 857-6100
Fax (204) 857-8389
cpccs@centralplainscancercare.com
www.centralplainscancercare.com
SEPTIC
PLUMBING
MLA
LEANNE ROWAT, M.L.A.
Minnedosa
114 Main St. S.
Ofce Hours
Constituency
Ph: (204) 867-2297
Fax: (204) 867-3641
Winnipeg
Ph: (204) 945-0258
Fax: (204) 945-5921
Mon. - Fri.
9:00 - 5:00
Riding Mountain Constituency
8000 ll
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Box 1195, Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0
Ty urton
P|umber|Casf|tter
water Treatment 8ystems|8ofteners
6e||: 204-88-5358
PLUMBING & HEATING
GRAIN
HAULING
Ford Farms
Custom Grain Hauling
Call Mark at
204-867-0120
Book this spot
$5.52/week
Call 204-867 3816
Book this spot
$5.52/week
Call 204-867 3816
SELF-HELP
ROOFING
SELF-HELP
Brian Horner
Grain & Fertilizer
Hauling
204-867-7182
SALES
Darwin
Matthews
TV AND APPLIANCE
SALES AND SERVICE
Your Shaw Direct,
LG, Samsung, Bell
Danby Dealer
Computer Sales and Service
Systems, Monitors &
Accessories
Minnedosa, MB
Phone 867-3164
E-mail: darm112@mts.net
Commercial Roofng, Residential
Waterproofng
Flat top buildups to prevent
water ponding
No tear down/exposure
UV resistant, VOC free
Adheres to virtually any substance
Completely seamless
Protect your Roof at a
fraction of the cost
Inquire about our Main Street
Renewal program
10 year renewable warranty

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11.00 8.M.
9.00 .M.
Best Burgers
& Ice Cream
Around
Nozth end oI
MaIn 8t.
Dari Isle
Drive-In
867-3601
Book
This
Spot
for
only
$13.88
per
week!
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Main Line 204-867-6350
Brad Ross - General Manager 204-867-6366
Carol Taylor - Member Service Manager 204-867-6368
Terry McLenehan - Manager of Lending 204-867-6363
Susan Glasgow - Finance Manager 204-867-6353
Lori McNabb - Agricultural Loans 204-867-6360
Debbie Strelczik - Consumer Loans 204-867-6359
Sylvia Firby - Consumer Loans 204-867-6361
Candice Brown - Consumer Loans 204-867-6362
Alayna McTavish - Loans Clerk 204-867-6354
Kim Robinson - Loans Clerk 204-867-6352
Carole Dalrymple - Member Service 204-867-6367
Joanne Clarke - Clearing/Accounting Clerk 204-867-6364
Jef Dusessoy - Wealth Management 204-867-6369
Fax 204-867-6391
Email info @minnedosacu.mb.ca

Minnedosa Credit Union


Community Owned, Community Minded
Hours of Business
Monday to Friday - 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Saturday - 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
(We ofer 41 hours of business to our members each week. How much time does your F.I. ofer you?)
CongraIulaIlons
Io Ihe 214 Hlgh School
GraduaIlon SIudenIs.
"Do nor foIIou uhere rhe purh mup
Ieud. Go, Inoreud, uhere rhere
lo no purh und Ieuoe u rruII"
Sharing Our Profts with You!
$360,000.00 this years patronage payment
$5,700,000 total patronage paid to members
by Minnedosa Credit Union
Ask sta for details on your patronage payment.
Welcome Kim K Robinson from Basswood
as our summer student. Kim was a
member of our Youth Board and will be
Graduating this year.
Local activities around town during
the month of June include: Cruize the
Lake Car Show, Minnedosa Drama Club
Presents Cofee with a Kick, Carolyn
Graham Memorial Golf Tournament, and
the Spring Peonie and Summer Flower
Show & Tea.
Congratulations to Suade Moyer and
Morgan Dereniwski who are headed
of to Camp Wannakumbac for a
week this summer! Thanks to all who
entered the contest.
Join us for Hot dog Day every last Friday of
the month during the summer. Every dollar
raised goes to a local charity.
Canada Day Celebrations at Minnedosa
Beach. Lots of fun and activities, including
Fireworks at dusk.
May 30th Hot Dog Day Lunch proceeds of $405.50 was
raised and will be donated to the Canada Day Celebrations.
Thankyou for your support.
Congratulations to our Graduating Youth Board Members
and Welcome to our New Youth Board Members
Plan on attending the
9th Annual Chamber of
Commerce Agriculture
Appreciation BBQ.
Wednesday June 11th from
11:30 -1:30 in the Heritage
Co-op Grocery parking lot.
Grads
Kaitlyn Burgess
Jessica McInnes
Megan Treloar
Kimberly Robinson
Cassandra Cardy
Emilio Perez
New Members of Youth Board
Sarah Ford
Rebecca Curle
Jessica Saler
Joshua Woychyshyn
Megan Sheridan
Levi Gregorash