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By JENNIFER PAIGE
A
tragic incident that claimed the life of a local man on
the fnal night of Minnedosas Rockin the Fields mu-
sic fest has shocked the community and cast a shadow
over the festivals usual celebratory conclusion.
On Monday, August 4th, shortly before 3:00 a.m.
Minnedosa RCMP, Fire Department and Emergency
Medical Services were called to Provincial Road #262
close to the Rockin the Fields entrance.
Emergency crews reached the scene to fnd a south-
bound vehicle had struck a male and female who were
walking along the shoulder of the highway. Te vehicle
then proceeded down the road a short distance, striking
another male pedestrian.
Twenty-fve-year-old Shawn Cooper and his 23-year-
old sister, Jennifer, both of Minnedosa, were transported
from the scene to the local hospital. Shawn was fatally
wounded and passed away at Minnedosa Hospital. Jenni-
fer was treated and released. Te third victim, a 44-year-
old Winnipeg man, was treated and released at the scene
of the accident.
Te driver, 39-year-old Christopher Palaschuk ap-
peared in Minnedosa Provincial Court Tuesday and
has been charged with Impaired/Drive over.08 causing
death, Impaired/Drive over .08 causing bodily harm and
two counts of failing to remain at the scene of an acci-
dent. Palaschuk was scheduled to appear in court again
yesterday (Tursday, August 7th).
As Minnedosa RCMP and RCMP Collision Analysts
continue to investigate, conversations over the safety of
both the path walked and the annual music festival have
ensued.
Provincial Road #262, locally known as the Beach
Road, has never been deemed a safety concern. Much of
the year the road is desolate to pedestrians and is gener-
ally only heavily populated during the weekend of Rock-
in the Fields (August long weekend.)
Organizers of RFM continually strive to make the fes-
tival as safe a possible with on-site security, a shuttle ser-
vice as well as a local taxi, and always encouraging fans to
never drinking and driving.
Troughout the long weekend, local RCMP had
many check stops in place, including some in areas along
the Beach Road.
Tere has been and will continue to be much discus-
sion on how to better safe guard the festival for next year,
including possible creation of a walking path, lighting, or
perhaps a temporary speed limit during festival times.
In the community, Shawn Cooper is said to have
been a quiet young man who was extremely well-man-
nered and polite. He is the son of Dave and Cheryl
Cooper and graduated from Minnedosa Collegiate in
2007. Shawn had previously worked at the local Heritage
Co-op Home Centre and lumber yard.
As this tragedy settles with the community, it re-
mains an extremely unfortunate, but isolated incident.
Heartbreak at
Festivals Finale
Ride Em Cowboy
Photo by Darryl Holyk
By JENNIFER PAIGE
I
deal weather and an ex-
citing musical lineup re-
sulted in a record-setting
attendance at this years
Rockin the Fields festival.
RFM was revived by a
local group of volunteers
in 2004. At that time or-
ganizers saw about 400
people in attendance
each day. Every year RFM
seems to grow in atten-
dance.
Last year the music
fest saw approximately
2,000 attendees each day.
Organizers boast that this
year gate numbers sur-
passed last by ten percent.
Saturday nights head lin-
er, Bret Michaels drew the
largest crowd.
Te rock site was a
furry of activity all week-
end. A small amount of
rain through the night on
Friday certainly didnt
damper the spirits of
campers with campsite A
being sold out and camp-
site B nearly half full.
EDITORS NOTE:
Our appologies for the
very brief overview of this
years Rockin the Fields.
After numerous attempts
were made to contact fes-
tival organizers for details,
our calls had not been
returned by presstime.
Please see our RFM photo
spread on Page 9.
RFM Continues Annual Momentum
Jef Brandt, on Rocky Road, was one of 16 bull riders to compete at Saturday nights
Heartland Rodeo in Minnedosa. Fifteen bull riders competed the next night.
See more on Minnedosas Rodeo weekend on Page 8.
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By JENNIFER PAIGE
T
his past August long
Minnedosa hosted a
special guest in blogger,
Angela Gray, who was tak-
ing part in a Travel Manito-
ba run initiativeExplore
Manitoba like a Locala
program that sees select lo-
cal travel bloggers explore
diferent places and events
throughout Manitoba and
invites you to follow along
as they post, blog about
their experiences.
I am now home from
my Minnedosa weekend
and it was excellent. Such a
beautiful community flled
with so many great things.
I have written three blog
posts about my Minnedo-
sa experiences and I invite
everyone to read all about
my experiences, com-
mented Gray.
Minnedosa and Area
Community Development
Corporation has partnered
with Travel Manitoba
to bring this promotion
about.
On August 2nd and
3rd, Gray with her best
friend in tow, travelled
around Town discovering
everything Minnedosa has
to ofer.
Troughout her stay in
town, Gray took in the mu-
seum and heritage village,
lunch at the golf course,
the Ishii Japanese Gardens,
the Bison compound and
lookout tower, the beach
and campground, Chip-
perfelds cofee house,
the Minnedosa Rodeo
and Rockin the Fields of
Minnedosa.
As our evening drew
to a close, I climbed into
bed and began to refect
on my Minnedosa experi-
ences. My heart was happy
and my soul was satisfed.
From dedicated volun-
teers at the Heritage Vil-
lage giving detailed tours,
to beautiful views from the
lookout tower and walk-
ing trails, to chatting with
locals in a charming cofee
shop, to tranquil moments
in an authentic Japanese
Garden, to attending a
fabulous outdoor music
festival, I was happy I took
the time to fnally discover
Manitobas valley paradise.
Tank you to all who made
my Minnedosa adventure
special. Please continue to
be proud of your commu-
nity, your attractions, your
special events, and your
spirit, because Minnedosa
is truly fabulous. I will see
you again soon, your val-
ley town now has a piece of
my valley girl heart, wrote
Angela Gray in her blog
post following her experi-
ence in Minnedosa.
To read more about
her experience in town
visit her Blog at www.lit-
tlegraybird.ca/littlegray-
bird/2014/8/4/manitobas-
valley-paradise.html
Town Hosts Manitoba Blogger
By JENNIFER PAIGE
T
he Minnedosa Lions
Club has once again
opened its arms to host a
pair of individuals from
abroad looking to take in
some Canadian culture.
Last year the
Minnedosa Lions Club
hosted an exchange from
Holland. Tis year there
are seven persons travel-
ing to Manitoba, coming
to us from Switzerland,
Holland, Finland, Germa-
ny, Austria and France,
explained Gord Kingdon,
chairperson of Lions In-
ternational.
Tis year the program
was excited to welcome
Loviisa Lonnqvist, 20,
from Finland and Celine
Endras, 18, from Switzer-
land.
Te pair, who did not
know each other prior to
their arrival in Canada,
spent their frst week in
Canada at Oak Lake, stay-
ing with a host family right
along the beach.
Week two saw their ar-
rival in Minnedosa, bunk-
ing with host family Garry
and Judith McDowell.
When setting up the
agenda for the exchange,
I try to fnd out the things
that the girls like to do and
see and try to incorporate
these into the itinerary,
added Kingdon.
Both girls have gradu-
ated high school and are
focusing on experiencing
some travel before pursu-
ing post secondary educa-
tion. Tey are both multi-
lingual and well travelled.
Lonnqvist had previously
spent an exchange-year in
Japan.
When asked about
their experience in Can-
ada, the girls both agreed
that there werent too
many diferences between
Canada and their homes.
Everything is much
bigger here and very spa-
cious. Te grocery stores
are something else. Every-
thing is sold in such mass
quantities, commented
Endras.
Everyone here is very
friendly and they all make
small talk with everyone.
I am not use to everyone
saying hello to one anoth-
er, added Lonnqvist.
Troughout their time
in Minnedosa, the girls
were toured around the
Towns sights, spent some
time on the lake tubing
and were able to experi-
ence the local rodeo and
Rockin the Fields music
festival.
Te rodeo we
watched was really inter-
esting. We dont have any-
thing like that back home.
I felt like I was in a cowboy
movie, said Lonnqvist.
At home we are so much
closer together in terms
of distance but in Canada
the communities seem
much closer despite their
physical distances.
Following their week
in Minnedosa the girls will
travel to Lake Audy where
they will camp, getting to
experience the Canadian
outdoors and wilderness.
In their fnal few days
in Canada, they will travel
to Winnipeg spending
some time discovering the
Lower Fort Garry, the Mu-
seum of Man and Nature
and the Celebrations din-
ner theatre.
Both the girls ex-
pressed their gratitude
to the community for the
warm welcome they have
received during their stay
and to the Lions Club for
the opportunity to visit
Canada.
I think that there is
great importance in trav-
elling in the time between
high school and post-sec-
ondary as it gives you a
better perspective of the
world and yourself. Can-
ada is a beautiful country
and I am grateful to have
been able to visit, added
Endras.
A Visit From Abroad
Photo by Jennifer Paige
(L-R) Garry MacDowell, Val Dornn, Loviisa Lonnqvist, Celine Endras, Gord Kingdon and Ray Orr.
3 Te Minnedosa Tribune Friday, August 8, 2014
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Dear Editor,
I
am very concerned that the petition circulating ask-
ing for the Town to fog for mosquitoes might spur
the Town on to do just that.
Cities and towns across Canada have steadily been
decreasing the amount of chemicals used for weed
and pest control, some even banning them within
their boundaries. There is good reason for this; these
chemicals make many people and animals very ill.
The effectiveness of mosquito fogging should also
be questioned. In the areas that fogging has been
carried out, the mosquitoes appear to be just as nu-
merous as prior to the fogging within only a week or
so. You can see evidence of this if you travel around
Brandon and watch the residents cutting their grass
dressed ready to go to war with the beasts.
Please, if you are concerned about the possibil-
ity of breathing poisonous gas, and touching con-
taminated objects, post-fogging, contact The Town of
Minnedosa and voice your displeasure.

Thank you,

Sally Pulford,
Minnedosa, MB
Dear Editor,
O
ur leader Brian Pal-
lister and all the PC
MLAs have been and will
continue to be strong ad-
vocates for food preven-
tion.
We and many Mani-
tobans have encouraged
the NDP government to
make f ood prevention a
top priority. Unfortunate-
ly, there is little evidence
that this message is getting
through.
Tis spring our prov-
ince saw a repeat of the
2011 f ood. Farmers, cot-
tage owners, First Nations,
fshers, and the communi-
ties they are a part of were
once again hit hard by high
water.
T e sad reality is,
much of these damages
could have been lessened
or prevented entirely with
appropriate government
action.
Of course compensa-
tion programs and resto-
ration are important but
what f ood victims and
community leaders are
asking us to do is take steps
to prevent future disasters.
For a number of rea-
sons, the likelihood of
future f ooding has in-
creased. Te cost of inac-
tion is extremely high, and
the return on investing
in preventable measures
such as an outlet on Lake
Manitoba is also high.
For example, for al-
most half the cost of re-
pairing damages from
2011, the new outlet chan-
nel could have been con-
structed.
We believe this is an
urgent and important
project that we must un-
dertake, yet the NDP says
it will take seven years. We
say that is far too long. We
say that is a recipe for di-
saster.
Our leader and the
PC Caucus have opened
the doors to the federal
government, stakeholder
groups, the Government of
Saskatchewan and others.
We believe that by working
together we can do this in
less than half that time.
We have refused to po-
liticize this issue our fo-
cus has and will remain on
food prevention. We have
outlined a positive action
plan that will make a real
diference. We are encour-
aging the Government to
move beyond deliberation
to action.
Tree years after the
2011 food the NDP is still
debating half a dozen out-
let options. In the interest
of all Manitobans it is time
for action.
Shannon Martin,
Critic, Conservation and
Water Stewardship
PC MLA for Morris
Please Dont Fog For Mosquitoes
By DARRYL HOLYK
O
ur community is sufering shock and disbelief fol-
lowing the tragic accident early Monday morning
that claimed the life of a young, local resident. Tese
are the kind of news stories small community news-
papers dread having to report. Our deepest and most
sincere condolences to the many friends and fam-
ily members grieving the loss of this young man. Our
thoughts are with you.
Following the incident, there has been sugges-
tions made on how to make the route along PR #262 to
and from the rock site more safe to lessen the chance
of such tragic accidents. One suggestion has been to
construct a walking path so that people do not have to
walk along the shoulder of the highway to get to and
from the festival. Tis possibility needs to be seriously
investigated before moving forward with such a proj-
ect. Certainly, I agree it is a good suggestion but will it
ensure such a tragedy will never happen again? No, it
is not a guarantee.
It was twenty years ago, in May 1994, that for-
mer Minnedosa Mayor and Tribune co-owner, Beth
Gordon was hit and killed by a vehicle along that very
same highway. Since that tragedy, a walking path from
the beach and campground area into Minnedosa has
been established along PR #262. While many walkers
use the walkway there are still many others who do
not. Frequently, I have witnessed pedestrians walking
along the shoulder of the highway rather than using
the walking path. I fear the same thing would happen
if the walking path is extended to the rock festival site.
Other ideas to make the area safer during the
popular August long weekend event need to be inves-
tigated. With the amount of pedestrians and vehicle
traf c along that route, slower speeds and increased
checks for impaired drivers are worthwhile sugges-
tions. Tere may be other ways to help make the area
safer during the busy long weekend. Sadly, in the end,
no matter what is done to heighten safety along the
route, accidents will happen. It is a sad reality we will
never fully understand.
Investigating Added Safety Possibilities
Dear Editor,
T
oday when I woke up and went outdoors to water my
planters my gazing globe was gone from the front of
my house. Tis is in addition to my garden gnome miss-
ing from the same planter in May. I understand that I am
not the only person in town missing various lawn orna-
ments. My ornaments, although not expensive, had sen-
timental value. Perhaps the thief could return them to me
and also realize that they not only are stealing but tres-
passing on private property.
Cathie Gwyer,
Minnedosa, MB
Lawn Ornaments Stolen
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2004 Keith Horner, Mitch Hengen, Shane Morgan,
Dustin Kiliwnik, Brett Sharpe and Brad Lewis have been
chosen to play with the provincial rugby 18 and under
team at the Nationals in Hamilton, ON.
1994 Te Highway Traf c Board has ruled against a
request from the Town to reduce the speed limit on the
Beach Road from the current 70 km to 50 km from the
Spillway to Centennial Gardens.
1984 A local man has been charged with two counts
of fraud after it was learned that he claimed $1,783.76 in
social assistance claims from the Town of Minnedosa
while at the same time drawing welfare payments total-
ling $2,944.00 from the City of Brandon.
1974 Construction of the golf and curling complex
is moving far too slow and there is doubt as to whether
or not the facility can be completed in time and within
budget.
1964 Local photographer, A.R. Henson will turn 80
this weekend. At that ripe old age he continues to operate
his photography studio. Mr. Henson started in photogra-
phy with a studio in Newdale in 1911. In 1931 he bought
the studio here in Minnedosa from W.B. St. John.
1944 Members of Town Council have unanimously
voted in favour of a survey for a possible installation of
water and sewer for Minnedosa.
1934 Two robberies occurred this week. On Sunday,
thieves entered Mrs. Baileys home and stole a coat and
$15.00 cash. On Monday, $18.00 cash was stolen from
Valley Lumber Companys Implement Of ce.
1914 A building bee was held at R. Percys to help him
put up a new house after a fre destroyed his house last
week.
1884 W. McIntosh of Cadurcis escaped serious in-
jury last week after the breach-block of his gun few
open while shooting blackbirds. Tis f lled his face with
gun powder, cut his forehead and drove an empty shell
through the brim of his hat.
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apid Citys Carson
Burr has been named
a fnalist for a community
service award that cele-
brates young leaders, rec-
ognizing them for making
positive impacts on their
communities and around
the world.
Build-A-Bear Work-
shop, the global com-
pany that ofers an inter-
active make-your-own
stuf ed animal retail-en-
tertainment experience,
launched the Huggable
Heroes program in 2004 as
a way to recognize young
people for their outstand-
ing community service ef-
forts.
Build-a-Bear Work-
shop has selected Burr as
one of 50 global fnalists
to be named a Huggable
Hero.
Young and inspiring
leaders like Carson Burr
embody what Huggable
Heroes is all aboutchil-
dren demonstrating gen-
uine kindness and com-
passion while making a
dif erence for those in
need. Gina Collins, chief
marketing of cer of Build-
A-Bear Workshop.
As an infant Burr was
diagnosed with a con-
genital heart defect that
required him to undergo
numerous treatments and
hospital stays.
Now at the age of
nine, Burr has taken his
personal experience and
turned it into motivation
to help other sick kids in
the province.
After years of treat-
ment and monitoring,
Burr launched Carson
has Heart a community
and online fundraising
campaign to help sick
children in Manitoba.
Trough this initia-
tive, $41,000.00 has been
raised for equipment to
treat cardiology patients
and to support the Child
Life program in order to
make hospital stays easier
for children.
In April of this year
the Carson worked with
Bell Medias Caring for
Kids Radio-a-thon to raise
money for the Winnipeg
Childrens Hospital. Burr
raised $22,000.00, bring-
ing the total raised at the
Radio-a-thon to nearly
$50,000.00.
From the f fty f nal-
ists, ten kids will be cho-
sen as the 2014 Huggable
Heroes, which will be an-
nounced later in August.
Each winner will receive
$7,500.00 ($5,000.00 in an
educational scholarship
and $2,500.00 donation
to a registered charity of
their choosing.)
Carson was very ex-
cited to fnd out he was a
fnalist and it was such an
honour for him to even be
nominated, commented
Richele Burr, Carsons
mother.
Burr a Finalist for Service Award
Submitted photo
By JENNIFER PAIGE
A
70-year-old Minnedosa woman was involved in a se-
rious car-verses-pedestrian collision in Onanole this
past weekend.
Yellowhead Area RCMP was called to the crash site
along Highway 10 at Victor Road on Sunday, August 3rd,
shortly before 2:30 p.m.
Te unidentif ed woman was driving a 2004 Chev-
rolet Impala, travelling northbound when she struck a
14-year-old female pedestrian who was attempting to
cross the highway.
Te pedestrian was seriously injured and quickly
transported to Winnipeg hospital, where she remains in
stable condition. Te driver was not injured.
Local RCMP and the RCMP Traf c Collision Analyst
continue to investigate.
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By JENNIFER PAIGE
T
he Minnedosa Sharks rugby team began its regular season this Wednesday, August
6th at the Minnedosa Beach.
Twenty-two kids showed up for our free trial night and a lot of them registered,
which is pretty amazing. Registration is also still open for anybody wanting to sign-up,
feel free to come down to any of our practices held every Wednesday at 6 p.m. com-
mented league president, Matt Pentecost.
Te Sharks will also be hosting a fundraising social on August 23rd. Tickets are
$10.00 and the evening will include an auction, featuring a signed Rugby Canada jersey.
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By RAVENS GLEN WI
F
air Day on July 15th in
Strathclair was made
to order with beautiful
weather, delicious pan-
cakes, great displays of
handicrafts, vegetables,
fowers, musical entertain-
ment and fun for the kids.
Te livestock classes had
record entries making for
another successful Fair
Day! Congratulations to
the Ag Society and all their
volunteers.
Shirley Pederson
spent the weekend of July
25th-28th in Brandon with
her sister Bernice and Art
Atkinson and family.
Hilda Davies attended
the 100th Birthday party
for her aunt, Bertha Olson
that took place in the Care
Home in July.
Congratulations to
Enid Clark who was hon-
oured by the Provincial
Council of Women of Man-
itoba as one of their Cel-
ebrating Women at a Gala
held at the Viscount Gort
Hotel in Winnipeg on July
8th. Manitoba Womens
Institute had nominated
Enid for the many volun-
teer activities shed been
involved with, locally and
provincially. Susan Prov-
en of Basswood was also
honoured and was nomi-
nated by the Manitoba As-
sociation of Home Econo-
mists.
Dave Waddell visited
with Eileen Bradley in July
and other friends around
town.
Several Newdale friends
attended the graveside
services at the Bend Cem-
etery on August 3rd for
Dick Dauber, husband
of Sheila (Gerrard) and
Byron Morton, only son
of Eva and Jim Morton.
Lunch and fellowship fol-
lowed in the Strathclair
Hall. Dee McEachern did
the internment service for
both.
Many in town were
pleased to receive fresh
blueberries from Eileen
Bradley who brought them
from her son Waynes
berry farm near Portage.
Wayne was afraid if the
government had to cut the
hoop and holler area to
accommodate the food
waters his berry trees
would have been under
water and probably would
have died. Hopefully we
dont see rains and foods
like that again.
Bill Zahaiko, Janet
Martin, Grant and Shelley
Zahaiko attended the 65th
Anniversary for Bills sis-
ter Helen and Dan Tranq
in St. Claude on July 26th.
Tey have a family of six
daughters and one son.
Gordon and Enid
Clark attended the 80th
birthday party for her
cousin Janice Lamb of
MacGregor on July 19th.
Janice graduated 5 years
before Enid from the Win-
nipeg General Hospital.
Congratulations to
Barb and Fraser Mofat
who celebrated their 60th
Anniversary on August
2nd with a Tea in the Mu-
nicipal Hall.
Congratulations to
Brody and Crystal (Clark)
McEachern who were
married on July 26th in
sister Breannas beauti-
ful yard. His mother, Dee
McEachern, married the
young couple.
By ZELDA FIRBY
J
im Ross and Rhoda
Hughes, son Morgan
and friend of Vancouver,
B.C. and Ann Ross-Robin-
son of Montreal have re-
turned home after attend-
ing the Ross Reunion and
visiting with relatives in
the area and Brandon.
While here, Morgan
sang at Rockin the Fields
in Minnedosa on Saturday.
Te Bad Marleys also
played on Saturday too.
Pleased to report that
Lenny Dobreen is home
from the hospital following
a heart attack and surgery.
Get well Lenny.
Marlin Firby and
Allan McManus golfed in
the Cattlemans Golf Tour-
nament at Oak Lake on
July 31st.
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I
sabela Onyshko has re-
cently returned home
from her frst major com-
petition as a member of the
Senior Womens Canadian
Artistic Gymnastics team.
Te Minnedosa-born
and all-around silver med-
alist at this years Canadian
championships recently
took part in the 2014 Com-
monwealth Games hosted
in Glasgow, Scotland from
July 24th to August 4th.
Te 2014 Common-
wealth Games saw Cana-
das largest team to perform
at ofshore games with 265
athletes involved.
Tere were seven Man-
itoba athletes who made
the cut to be a part of Team
CanadaOnyshko was
the youngest member at
16-years of age.
Canada ended up plac-
ing third overall in the med-
al rankings, bringing home
82 medals32 gold, 16 sil-
ver and 34 bronze.
England dominated
the medal rankings, taking
frst place with 174 medals.
Australia claimed second
in the medal standings with
137.
While Onyshko did not
earn any medals, she did
have an impressive show-
ing for her frst year on the
Canadian Senior Womens
team. She placed 7th in the
beam event with a score of
12.666, and 7th in the all-
around event with 52.565.
In the team event, the
f ve-senior women gym-
nasts just missed the po-
dium placing fourth in the
team fnal with a score of
159.563.
Elsabeth Black was the
only member of the Senior
Womens gymnastics team
to claim any medals, earn-
ing gold in the beam event,
silver on vault and bronze
in the foor event.
Onyshko will now re-
turn to her intensive train-
ing schedule with the
hopes of perusing the 2014
Canadian World Champi-
onship Team and the Ca-
nadian Olympic Team of
Rio in 2016.
On another note, here
at home Onyshkos head
coach Lorie Henderson,
was recently an inductee to
the Manitoba Sports Hall of
Fame.
Henderson, who trains
Onyshko and many others
at the Eagles Gymnastics
Centre in Brandon, will
be inducted to the Hall of
Fame on November 8th at
the 35th Annual Induction
Ceremonies.
Onyshko Returns From Games
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By KEN KINGDON
T
he anniversary of a sad
day on the Kingdon
homestead has recently
passed by, my friends, and
I believe that now that the
scars from the event have
healed, it is time to tell the
whole sordid tale, if not
as a precautionary tale, at
least as some entertaining
summer reading.
It all began with my
great idea to raise pet
chickens. Tere were just
4 of them - the big, white,
meat-producing variety.
Based on previous experi-
ence, I knew that these
chickens generally have a
very weak will to live, and
they seem to look for any
and all opportunities to
die.
However, I was go-
ing to be extra careful. I
would even go as far as to
say that I babied them.
To begin with, I put
them in the large wire
cage that I had built to
house the girls guinea
pigs outside. Dont ask
about why that cage was
no longer being used to
house the guinea pigs, as
thats an entirely diferent
story.
Ten, as there was
some evidence of foxes
living in the area, I erected
our newly purchased din-
ing tent over top of the
cage. It was pure luxury
the chickens had fresh
feed in the form of grass,
they were safe from pred-
ators and mosquitoes, and
they were able to lounge
in the shade.
Miracle upon mir-
acle the chickens actually
survived, and, dare I say,
thrived. Soon, they were
large enough to actually
leap/fy out of the cage.
It wasnt long before
they f gured out how to
escape the tent, and from
then on they were on their
own to range freely. As
a conscientious chicken
owner, however, every
night I would round them
up and lock them in the
back shed.
By mid-July, it got to
the point where we ac-
tually started to believe
that this chicken rais-
ing venture was going to
work. Perhaps, though, we
jinxed the whole process
from the beginning.
You see, in order to let
the girls know right from
the beginning that these
chickens were not really
pets but were actually des-
tined for the dinner plate
we asked them to give the
chickens names indicative
of their fnal fate. Names
like Scrumptious, and the
Colonel.
Before we proceed
with the story, though, you
need one more pertinent
piece of information. I be-
lieve many of you will be
familiar with our old dog
Chico. Well, lets just say
that these events unfolded
at a time when Chicos
anti-predator skills were
in steep decline, and the
neighbourhood predators
seemed to know it.
So begins the fateful
day in mid-July, 2007. It
was a dark and stormy day,
or at least it was showery.
I was making strawberry
jam, when Rae mentioned
that she had seen a coyote
cross our lawn. It had en-
tered the bush in front of
the house, right where the
chickens tended to spend
their daylight hours.
Surely the coyote
wouldnt be so bold as
to hunt our chickens in
broad daylight! However,
as a precaution, I thought
I better investigate. By the
time I was able to ensure
that the jam wasnt going
to boil over, get my rubber
boots and jacket on, and
let the stalwart Chico out,
5 minutes had passed.
As I say, it was rainy,
and Chico was past his
prime. He did, I will grant
him, start barking once
he had the coyotes scent.
However, he looked to-
tally unimpressed with
the prospects of entering a
wet bush that was poten-
tially home to a murderer.
He took a few steps
into the bush for show,
and much to our surprise,
one chicken ran out. It was
Scrumptious. She looked
particularly fraught. Tis
was not a good sign.
Given the dogs re-
luctance to go more than
2 metres into the bush, it
looked like I was on my
own. Head down to avoid
the wet shrubs, I entered
the hazel jungle. Soon
enough, I could make out
a brown shape. Tere in
front of me was the coyote,
neatly stacking the three
other chickens in a pile,
proud as punch.
Te coyote appeared
a bit surprised to see a
human at its dining table,
and of it ran. I exam-
ined the victims all three
were well coated in coy-
ote saliva, bite marks, and
one was headless. Tere
would be no deep fryer for
the Colonel after all.
T e dog, perhaps
overcome by a sense of
guilt for failing to protect
the fock, took on the role
of personal bodyguard to
the lone survivor. In fact,
every time the chicken de-
cided it was safe to go back
into the bush (see com-
ment above re: their will
to live), he would guide
it back. He also whined
endlessly whenever the
chicken was out of sight.
Te next day dawned
clear. All was well on the
Kingdon Chicken farm...
for about 2 hours. Te
chicken and Chico had
become fast friends. Too
bad one of the friends was
deafer than a post.
It wasnt long before
tragedy struck again, with
Abbey a witness to the
whole thing. Evidently
Chico was still guarding
the chicken, but was look-
ing to the north. Scrump-
tious pecked unconcern-
edly at gravel in the drive
way.
Evidently, the coyote
knew that Chico was hard
of hearing, and snuck in
from the south. It snapped
at the chicken, and by the
time the commotion died
down, a lone feather drift-
ed quietly to the ground,
the only sign that Scrump-
tious had ever existed.
Poor old Chico stood
proudly looking to the
north, totally oblivious
to the mayhem, ever on
guard.
We thought that
Scrumptious was a goner.
Abbey hadnt seen where
she or the coyote had
gone, so we all thought
the worst. However, this
is not the end of our tale.
A couple of days later I
found poor old Scrump-
tious hiding in the back
shed.
She was not in good
shape. Despite escaping,
the coyote had bitten her,
and now the cuts on her
back were infected. We
did what we could. Rae
asked me whether we
should take it to the vet.
Given that my grand-
father would be spinning
in the grave, I mentioned
that there has never been
a Kingdon that took a
chicken to a vet, and I
wouldnt be the frst one.
I read the chicken its
last rites, and dispatched
it to a better, coyote-free
place. Since that day, the
Kingdon residence has
remained chicken free
since, with the exception
of the freezer.
Tis story is dedicated
to Katrien, Rebecca, and
Abbey, whose undying
optimism and faith in me
to raise animals safely has
always been misplaced.
Moments in Riding Mountain...Chicken Farming
By BERYL PARROTT
O
n July 30th Rosemary, Bryce, Ron and Beryl Par-
rott and Lydia Riley attended a celebration for Paul
Vanderwoude at Landmark, MB in honour of his 85th
birthday.
Ron & Beryl Parrott visited with Terry and Bonnie
Sprott of Erickson, MB as they travelled to attend the
Gusdal reunion which included celebrating Delmar and
Miriam Gusdals 80th birthdays in the form of a potluck
supper at the Danvers Lutheran Church on August 2nd.
(What a mouthful)!
Mark and Nate Miller of Airdrie, AB are spending a
couple of weeks visiting with Dave and Alda Miller and
along with the Kaastra family of Wawanesa, MB celebrat-
ed Daves birthday on August 4th. Te Parrott family had
a chance to visit with Nate and Mark as well.
Tought for the Day: In every walk with nature one
receives far more than he seeks.
FRANKLIN NEWS
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By DARRYL HOLYK
T
hree days of rodeo
action returned to
the Minnedosa Rodeo
Grounds this August long
weekend. Tis was the
Minnedosa Rodeo Com-
mittees tenth annual ro-
deo since bringing rodeo
action back to the com-
munity in August 2005.
Over those ten years, the
local rodeo has continued
to grow in popularity and
support. Hopefully, the ro-
deo is here to stay for many
years to come.




Each day of the rodeo
weekend kicked of with
a breakfast which began
bright and early at 7:30
each morning. In addi-
tion to food vendors on the
grounds, this years rodeo
introduced a new food at-
traction; a barbeque rib
supper on Saturday night
which was enjoyed by
many in attendance.
Te Manitoba Barrel
Racing Association held
its 3D competition early
Saturday afternoon be-
fore the Heartland Rodeo
main performance at 4
p.m. Te big Heartland
rodeo kicked of with the
rodeo f ags being carried
into the arena by riders on
horseback. Te Canadian
fag was carried around the
arena while one of the ro-
deos Pee Wee Barrel Rac-
ers, Echo Desjardin sang O
Canada.
Te Heartland Rodeo
Association is a Manitoba
based family-friendly ro-
deo group which includes
popular rodeo categories
such as bareback, steer
wrestling, saddle bronc,
breakaway roping, tie-
down roping, team roping,
goat tying, barrel racing,
steer riding and the high-
light event in the sport of
rodeo bull riding!
During Saturday nights
performance, one young
bull rider received a mi-
nor injury which required
assistance from paramed-
ics on-site. Fortunately, he
was able to proudly hobble
out of the arena, with some
help from his cowboy
brothers, rather than ac-
cept a ride in the ambu-
lance.
Other rodeo attrac-
tions during the Heartland
Show included the cute
and adorable muttin bus-
tin for young future rodeo
competitors during inter-
mission and human chuck
wagon races Sunday after-
noon.
Competitors at this
years Minnedosa Ro-
deo, including a few local
rodeo athletes, not only
tried their best to earn top
spot during the two-day
weekend event but were
also vying for a spot in the
Heartland Finals which are
scheduled to be held next
month in Carman, MB.
Each year, the Heart-
land Association chooses
one community rodeo
from its circuit which has
proved successful and
shown exceptional service
to the association, stock
contractors, competitors
and spectators. In its short
ten year history, Minnedo-
sa Rodeo Committee has
earned the title of Heart-
land Rodeo of the Year, not
once but twice in 2009
and 2012 and is defnitely
one of the top contenders
for the title again this year.
Following Saturdays
rodeo, cowboys and cow-
girls gathered in the white
display building for the an-
nual rodeo so-
cial and dance.
Tis years
social again
featured the
boot-stompin
c o u n t r y
sounds of Te
Brothers of the
Road. During
the social, the
c ommi t t ees
annual fund-
raising auction
was held with Terry Woy-
chyshyn Sr. auctioning of
a variety of western mer-
chandise, furniture and
art all in support of the lo-
cal rodeos continuation.
Other rodeo attrac-
tions during the weekend
included beer gardens
with live entertainment,
various food and mer-
chandise vendors and a
variety of childrens ac-
tivities such as train rides,
diggin for gold, petting
farm, pony rides, face
painting.
On Monday, the main
rodeo arena belonged
to the Manitoba High
School Rodeo Associa-
tion as it made its annual
stop in Minnedosa as part
of its regular rodeo cir-
cuit. Junior High and High
School aged cowboys and
cowgirls from Manitoba,
Saskatchewan and North
Dakota competed in vari-
ous rodeo events, many
of which saw high entry
numbers. Tere were 29
entries in High School
Barrel Racing, 26 entries
in High School Pole Bend-
ing and 24 entries in High
School Goat Tying.
Although a bit of rain
sent some of the specta-
tors running for shelter
under the canopies of
the bleachers, it did not
dampen the spirit of the
competitors who contin-
ued their performance in
the outdoor arena.
A number of home-
town and local area ro-
deo competitors partici-
pated in this years events
whether it was the MBRA
3D Barrel Racing, Heart-
land performances or
Mondays MHSRA event.
Tat shows that popularity
in rodeo is alive and well
right here at home!
Three Days of Rodeo Action
Photos by Darryl Holyk
Muttin Bustin gives future competitors
an early taste of rodeo action.
Hometown cowgirl, Sarah
Stemmer carries the Canadian
Flag to open Mondays High
School Rodeo.
Jim Bob Pitura takes a spill from Savage Sun
during the Bareback event during Saturdays
Heartland Rodeo performance.
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C
rops throughout
much of South Park-
land continued to show
improvement as a result of
the mild and drier weath-
er experienced over this
past week. Temperatures
in particular continue to
be ideal for crops that are
now well into the critical
reproductive and flling
stage of their develop-
ment. Rainfall over this
past week was quite vari-
able ranging from trace
amounts to 15 mm and
was considered favour-
able for crop develop-
ment.
Due to shallow root
development and rapid
crop growth, many crops
could beneft from a mod-
erate rainfall over these
next seven to ten days.
T e 2014 Growing
Season data indicates
Growing Degree Days
have now come within a
few percentage points of
normal for this growing
season which validates
what we are seeing in the
feld in regards to crop de-
velopment over the past
number of weeks. Tere
remains, however ,signif-
cant acres of in particular
canola which will need an
open fall for maturation to
occur normally.
More on Root
Rot in Field Peas
Growers of f eld peas
continue to be frustrated
as to why and when their
crops might succumb to
root rot. A rotation of one
in four or one in fve years
no longer seems suf cient
to keep this devastating
disease in check.
Seed treatments
seem to be simply over-
whelmed by the disease
especially under cool wet
soil conditions.
Recent research at
AAFC in Brandon indi-
cates that the primary
component of the root
rot seedling disease com-
plex that is afecting feld
peas is the same one that
causes fusarium head
blight in cereals. Tis
work would then suggest
that rotations contain-
ing cereal wheat crops
in years of high fusarium
head blight infection can
actually increase or per-
petuate the level of fusar-
ium in the soil meaning
growing peas soon after a
wheat crop may result in
the potential for high fu-
sarium root rot infection.
Tis may also be why
we might be seeing some-
what lower root rot levels
when feld peas are grown
on canola or fax stubble.
Root rot in f eld peas
is f rst initiated at the
seedling stage of devel-
opment under condi-
tions of excess moisture
and cool soils especially
in f elds with a history
of f eld pea production.
Te root rot frst seems
to take hold when the ex-
cess moisture inhibits or
prevents proper nodu-
lation of the pea plant.
Complicating mat-
ters at this stage is the
necessary application of
herbicides for weed con-
trol which further stresses
the plant and further in-
hibits nodule develop-
ment. Te lack of nodula-
tion results in a nitrogen
def ciency and a weak
stressed plant unable to
grow through the root
disease and recover from
the herbicide application.
Rotations may not
only need to be length-
ened but crops within
the rotation need to also
be monitored for their
susceptibility and level
of fusarium infection.
It is also interesting
to note that it is this same
fusarium species that is
responsible for root rot in
soybeans as well.
Fusarium Head
Blight Levels
Fusarium levels in
this years winter wheat
crop looks to be com-
ing in at moderate to
high levels this year.
T e variability in
emergence and late tiller
development this spring
has resulted in a wide win-
dow for fusarium infec-
tion to occur making the
timing of a fungicide ap-
plication dif cult reduc-
ing its overall ef ciency.
Producers should
also not confuse fusari-
um infection with com-
mon root rot and take all
root rot. Common root
rot will most often result
in single plants being af-
fected with the entire
wheat plant ripening pre-
maturely while Take-all
root rot will have groups
or clumps of plants that
have died prematurely.
Fusarium infection
will only result in the pre-
mature ripening of all or
portions of the seed head.
Te spring wheat crop and
especially later seeded
wheat felds look to have
somewhat reduced levels
when compared to winter
wheat
Dear Reena,
My son was sprayed by
a skunk and I would like to
know what to use to remove
the skunk smell from his
clothes. Is there any combi-
nation besides laundry de-
tergent that would remove
the smell? Bonnie
Dear Bonnie,
Here is the Skunk
Spray Recovery Solution
from my frst book: Com-
bine 4 cups hydrogen per-
oxide, one quarter cup bak-
ing soda and 1 tbsp. liquid
dish soap. Fill a tub with the
solution and enough HOT
water to cover the fabrics.
Mix, lather and rinse. A
reader with this challenge
recently shared the fol-
lowing tip: She soaked her
clothes in dish soap and
water (only) before wash-
ing and the smell went
away. Another option is to
go to your local sporting
goods store and purchase
Get the Odor Out or a simi-
lar product that kill odors.
Dear Reena,
Do you happen to
know how to clean blinds?
Tere are sticky gummy
deposits all over my metal
horizontal mini blinds
which unfortunately have
not been cleaned for a long
time. Deb
Dear Deb,
Fill an empty ice cream
bucket with water, one
teaspoon dish soap and
half teaspoon cooking oil.
Scrub the gummy areas
with a green scrubby pad.
Rinse with plain water and
dry with a soft towel.
Dear Reena,
My car had an oil leak
last year and my paving
stone driveway now has
a nasty oil spill. Id hoped
that it would wash away in
time, but I use synthetic oil
and it looks as bad as ever.
What can I do to remove
the stain? Fran
Dear Fran,
Here is a method that
works well instead of us-
ing bleach or muriatic acid
to remove oil stains on ce-
ment driveways: Pour a
small amount of paint thin-
ner, Varsol, WD-40 etc. onto
the oil stain and immedi-
ately cover the spot with Oil
Dry. Oil-dry is an absorbent
product similar in appear-
ance to kitty litter; it can
be purchased at auto parts
stores. Te paint thinner
dissolves the oil and they
are both absorbed by Oil-
Dry.For a fresh stain Oil-
Dry alone can absorb oil.
Sweep up Oil-Dry the next
day and store in a closed
metal container such as a
cookie tin, it can be reused
over and over again for a
long time.
Dear Reena,
How can I make red
velvet cupcakes with white
cake mix? Sam
Dear Sam,
Typically you would
use a diferent recipe if you
were going to make red vel-
vet cupcakes but in a pinch,
add several drops of red
food coloring to mimic the
red velvet appearance.
Dear Reena,
Im pregnant and hav-
ing a baby in a few months
so I want to get some shop-
ping and baking fnished
now. My question; if I make
almond bark now, can I
freeze it? Colleen
Dear Colleen,
Absolutely, in fact the
bark becomes smoother
when frozen. Congratula-
tions on the baby!
Dear Reena,
Please tell me how to
whiten plastic that has yel-
lowed. Marie
Dear Marie,
While there are plas-
tic whitening products on
the market, you want to be
careful and read the label to
make sure that the cleaner
is appropriate for your par-
ticular item. Another op-
tion is to soak the area in
bleach and scrub with an
abrasive cloth. Rinse with
water.
Extra Tip: If you have
bleach smell on your fn-
gers, soak them in lemon
juice or vinegar to remove
the odour. Wash hands as
usual.
Reader Ofers Advice for
Stinky Sink Drain
We also had a prob-
lem with a bad smell
coming from our double
kitchen sink however, the
odor was only evident in
one drain. After numer-
ous commercial solutions
and the vinegar and bak-
ing soda trick which only
provided a short term so-
lution, we noticed water
on the outside of the stack
of the drainpipe. Turns out
the coupling nut between
the drainpipe and sink had
loosened and allowed food
particles to accumulate
and decay. Cleaned up the
decay, tightened the nut
and voila no smell.
Fabulous Tips
of the Week
Dont throw out lip-
stick tubes. Save those old
colors to label freezer bags.
Food safe and cheap!
If you f nd sealable
bags dif cult to open, cut
a good size V on the top of
the bag, being careful not
to cut through the seal. Tis
will make opening the bag
a snap.
Homemade Skunk Spray Recovery Solution
Solutions and
Substitutions
By
REENA NERBAS
Ag Report... Root Rot and Fusarium Head Blight
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Come & Go Bridal
Shower for Tonya Macksym-
chuk (Bride Elect of Adam
Lewis) Friday, August 15th,
2014 7 9 p.m. Basswood
Community Hall. Please ac-
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(22-2) x
Te Amazing Clanwil-
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be required. Where: Clanwil-
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Beyond. Some local vehicle
travel is required. When: Sat-
urday, August 23rd, 2014.
Challenge begins at 4:00 p.m.
sharp. Roast pork on a bun
supper served 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Social evening and entertain-
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challenge participants, please
pre-register your team of 6 or
less and purchase tickets be-
fore August 16th, 2014. Entry
fee $15 per person includes
supper and social. Cash prize
awarded to the winning team.
Call Liz Davies at 204-865-
2429 or Te Clanwilliam Gen-
eral Store at 204-865-2249 to
enter. All non-participants in
the challenge are welcome to
attend the pork on a bun sup-
per and social evening. Ad-
vance tickets required $15 per
person. Call Liz Davies at 204-
865-2429 or Te Clanwilliam
General Store at 204-865-
2249 for tickets. A maximum
of 200 combined challenge
and /or supper/social tick-
ets will be available for sale.
Members and invited guests
please drink responsibly.
(21-4) x
Minnedosa Horticultur-
al Societys Flower Show and
Tea Tuesday, August 19th En-
tries: 59 p.m. Monday, Au-
gust 18th and 8-9 a.m. Tues-
day, August 19th. Books and
tags available at Ag. Of ce
and Flowers On Main. All Ex-
hibitors Welcome. Everyone
welcome to view the displays:
2:00-7:00 p.m. Tea: 2-4 p.m.
Tuesday, August 19th Rain-
bow Auction. Junior Awards
Program: 7:30 p.m. Sale of
donated veggies and fowers:
8:00 p.m. Minnedosa Com-
munity Conference Centre
(22-2) x
Newdale Horticultural
Flower Show on Wednesday,
August 13th at the Newdale
Community Hall. Roast beef
supper 5-7 p.m. People wish-
ing to take part can get a
schedule from Helen Caird.
Phone 204-849-2206 x
Bethel Lutheran Society
Annual General Meeting will
be held on Tuesday, August
19th, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. A
Work Party is planned for 3
p.m. to install markers on un-
marked graves in cemetery.
Potluck supper at 6 p.m. All
interested parties are invited
to attend. x
Antique Appraisal Day at
Strathclair Museum, Sunday,
August 17th. Have your per-
sonal antiques appraised by
a professional appraiser. Fee
- $7.00 per item. Call 204-365-
2591 for appointment. (22-2)
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Donating Lilies to small
community gardens. Call 204-
867-3326 (21-2) x
Minnedosa Farmers Mar-
ket. Every Friday 4-6 p.m.
North Main at 6th Ave. New
vendors welcome. Contact
Wes at 204-868-5224 or at
littlepath@hotmail. com
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August 22nd at 11:30 a.m.
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Leona Irene Jury (nee Hutton)
October th,
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It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Leona
Irene Jury (nee Hutton) in Victoria, BC at the age of 82 years.
Leona was born on the family farm in the Bethany District, MB
to Wilbert and Meriam Hutton. She married Cecil Jury on June
22nd, 1949. Cecil and Leona raised two sons, Don and Chris,
while farming in Minnedosa. As the boys grew and became
involved in community organizations so did Leona. She enjoyed
music, especially playing the piano.
Retiring from farming, Cecil and Leona moved to Victoria. Over the
years they travelled a great deal. As well as sightseeing, many trips
were to visit their friends and family with grandchildren and great-
grandchildren being an extra special reason for visiting.
Leona was predeceased by her parents, brothers Gilbert Bunty (Agnes), Charles Happy
(Edith), Ray (Hilda), Ross (Muriel), Leslie (Peggy); sisters Teresa (Lionel), Gertrude (Donald),
Margaret (Allan), Florence Betty (Howard) and sister-in-law Lorraine Bun Hutton.
Leona is survived by her husband of 65 years Cecil; sons Don (Marlene) and Chris; grandchildren
Stephanie, Michael, Angela and Amber; great-grandchildren Nathan and Ryan. She is also
survived by brothers Arthur Hutton and Cliford Cunningham (Joan); brother-in-law and sister-
in-law Tommy and Evelyn Delgaty as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
In keeping with Leonas wishes, a Graveside Service will be held Saturday, August 16th, 2014 at
2:00 p.m. at the Boyd Cemetery, Bethany, MB with Father Chad McCharles of ciating. A time of
fellowship and refreshments will follow at the Bethany Hall. All are welcome to attend. In lieu of
fowers, donations may be made to Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 354 Tenth Street,
Brandon, MB R7A 4G1 or a charity of choice.
Minnedosa Funeral Service in care of arrangements. 204-867-3868
Te funeral service for
Lawrence John Sjoberg will
be held at Erickson Luther-
an Church on Friday, Au-
gust 8th, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. In
lieu of fowers, donations in
Lawrences name to the Erick-
son Lutheran Church would
be appreciated. (21-2)x
Mildred Mabel Stitt (ne
Tiller), beloved wife of Harold
Stitt, passed away peacefully
on August 3rd at the Erickson
Personal Care Home. View-
ing on Friday, August 15th at
7 p.m. at Raes Funeral Home
in Erickson. Funeral service
on Saturday, August 16th at 11
a.m. at the Erickson Lutheran
Church. Interment at Scan-
dinavia Cemetery. In lieu of
fowers, the family would ap-
preciate donations to the Er-
ickson Personal Care Home.
Neil Lewis Davies
April ,
- July ,
Gone are the days,
we used to share,
but in our hearts,
youre always there.
Lovingly remembered,
Hilda and family
To my friends, family and
neighbours for all the calls,
treats and visits I received
before and after my second
hip replacement, I give sin-
cere thanks. Every smile and
call has encouraged me and
helped me make a success-
ful recovery. To Dr. Tung and
all the caring staf at Bound-
ary Trails Health Centre, my
thanks and appreciation of
their skill. To my immediate
family, thanks for the kitchen
painting job done while I was
away. What a surprise! Mar-
ion Sharpe
I would like to express
my deep appreciation to Dr.
Onyshko and all the staf
at the Minnedsoa Hospital
for the wonderfull care and
thoughtfulness I received
throughout my lengthy stay
there. Also, many thanks to
my husband, Len, my daugh-
ters Sylvia and Bev, my step-
daughter, Marlene and all
other family and friends for
the many cards and visits. Ev-
eryones kindness is deeply
appreciated. Margaret Oman
(Saunders).
A huge thank you to staf
and students of M.C.I. for the
wonderful retirement tea giv-
en for me. Tank you for the
lovely cake, desserts, refresh-
ments, fowers and beautiful
earrings. Id also like to thank
the people who came for tea,
the gifts, cards and wishes.
Tank you for the lovely thank
you card made for me with
the signatures. It was an hon-
our to work at M.C.I. Tanks
again, Nettie Timchishen.
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11th. We will resume service
on August 12th.
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2014, 10:00 a.m.2:00 p.m.
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MINNEDOSA CREDIT UNION
MEMBER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE
- PERMANENT PART-TIME
The Position:
Minnedosa Credit Union is looking Ior a people Iocused individual to
join our member service team.
The selected candidate will provide members with a variety oI
services at the Iront counter with courtesy and accuracy. The position
responds to member inquiries on all credit union products and services
and identifes opportunities to improve the member`s relationship/
experience with Minnedosa Credit Union. Other duties outside the
member service area may be assigned as required.
Specifc hours are yet to be determined and will include regularly
scheduled shiIts Monday through Saturday and additional casual
hours as available.
The Person:
The successIul candidate`s qualifcations should include:
Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills,
Strong commitment to quality service,
A positive attitude and ability to work in a team environment,
Grade 12 or equivalent education and experience
The Salary:
Salary will relate to qualifcations and experience. Minnedosa Credit
Union also oIIers an excellent employee beneft, pension and bonus
plans.
For details on Minnedosa Credit Union visit us on the web at www.
minnedosacu.mb.ca
Please submit your resume, in confdence, by August 22, 2014 to:
Carol Taylor, Manager Member Service
Minnedosa Credit Union Limited
Box 459
Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0
Direct line 204-867-6368
E-mail: ctaylorminnedosacu.mb.ca
We thank all candidates Ior their interest, however, only those
selected Ior an interview will be contacted.
(22-2)
ROLLING RIVER SCHOOL DIVISION

nvites application for Cleaner
(2 positions)

Division Office 4.0 hrs per day (1 year term
with a possibility of an
extension)
Minnedosa CoIIegiate/
Tanner's Crossing
SchooI
7.0 hrs per day, split between
the two schools.
Start date: September 1, 2014 or as arranged

Preferred qualifications:
prior cleaning experience
current WHMS Training and certification
ability to work as a team member

A willingness to complete and maintain WHMS certification
is a job requirement

Salary as per C.U.P.E. Collective Agreement

For further information please contact
Mr. Fred Scott, Assistant Maintenance Supervisor
at 867-2754 Ext. 239

Applicants are requested to submit a covering letter with
a comprehensive resume, addressing the stated
qualifications and naming three work related references to the
following by Wednesday, August 20
th
, 2014 by 12 Noon.

Applications may be forwarded to:
Attention: Doreen Hutton
Superintendent's Department
Rolling River School Division
P.O. Box 1170
Minnedosa, MB ROJ 1EO
Phone: 204-867-2754 Fax: 204-867-2037
E-Mail: dhutton@rrsd.mb.ca
(if application is e-mailed, please use MS Word)

Only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. We would like to
thank all applicants for their interest in Rolling Ri ver School Di vision.
RoIIing River SchooI Division
invites applications for
Substitute Teachers
for the 2014/2015 school year
Current Substitutes
Substitute teachers employed under a Substitute
Teacher contract with Rolling River School Division
in the 2013/2014 school year must call 204-867-
2754, ext. 225 or email: shyde@rrsd.mb.ca to
reactivate employment status as a substitute
teacher for the 2014/2015 school year.
New AppIicants
New applicants must complete an application
package. Applicants must possess a valid Manitoba
Teachers Certifcate. Application packages are
available on our Website: www.rrsd.mb.ca (under
link Employment / Substitute Teaching) or at our
offce at:
Rolling River School Division
154 Main Street South
Box 1170
Minnedosa, MB ROJ 1EO
Telephone: (204) 867-2754 Ext. 225
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0r
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213 2
nd
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358 - 3RD AVE SW, MINNEDOSA
This 1120 sq. It., 3 1 bedroom, 2
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246 - 2ND ST. SE, MINNEDOSA
Great Iamily home this 22 bedroom
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Great character home Ieatures
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attached single car
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21 bedroom, 2 bath home
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CLANWILLIAM
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preserving original theme
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metal rooI. Currently
opeates as post oIfc,
some ag products,
groceries, conIectionary,
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MLS#1414083
CLANWILLIAM
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MLS#1405699
MINNEDOSA
Updated 2 bdm bungalow
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SI MS & COMPANY
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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
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General Insurance
Bruce McNabb & Dave McDonald
867-3946
MINNEDOSA
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HEATING
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or
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cell: 867-0346
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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
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204-867-6369
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204-867-6361
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Mood
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Association
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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
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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
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867-5551
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Donations
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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.
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Small tool rentals.
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867-2416
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Phone/Text 867-5444
RAINKE'S
Sewage Service
JIM BEAUMONT
476-2483
Owner/Operator
Cell: 476-6591
Dennis: 476-2766
23 Hour Service
RANKIES
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members for selling our tickets:
R.M. of Minto
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Beach Pavilion
Schimmels Bakery
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Minnedosa Pharmacy
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Minnedosa Legion
Morris Industries
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By JENNIFER PAIGE
O
n the evening on Tuesday, August 5th, a semi truck
that was thought to be parked southbound at the
Husky service station began rolling unattended down
Main Street Minnedosa eventually coming to a stop with
the help of a tree.
According to witnesses, shortly after 7 p.m. the truck
rolled away from its parked position, driver-less, crashing
into a tree adjacent from Chipperfelds Cofee House.
RCMP note that the driver had left the vehicle unat-
tended to pick up a part for the truck and the semi truck
had a mechanical issue resulting in the brakes letting out.
Tere were no injuries and the incident remains un-
der investigation.
Photo by Clarke Swain
Semi Rolls into Main Street Tree
By DORREEN TROTT
C
ongratulations to Janice Northam and David Maslen
who were married in Brandon on Sunday.
A number of family, friends and neighbours gathered
at Cadurcis on the evening of July 28th for a bridal shower
in honour of Janice Northam. Te shower took the form of
a money tree as Janice will be living in Australia. Te eve-
ning began with a contest in which Janice had to answer 25
questions about David, his life, likes and dislikes. Te eve-
ning ended with a lovely lunch of desserts. We wish Janice
and Dave all happiness in their future life.
Malcolm and Shirley Rose and other relatives helped
Rae Rose celebrate her 95th birthday on July 30th. Con-
gratulations Rae!
Wedding visitors with Don and Margaret Northam
were Donna and Tanya Northam and family of Airdrie, AB
and Alf Northam of Winnipeg.
Brian Moore of London, ON has been spending some
time with Eric and Susan Belcher and family and visiting
with other relatives.
Our sympathy goes out to Dave and Cheryl Cooper on
the tragic loss of son Shawn and to Jennifer on the loss of
her brother. Twenty-fve years ago Shawn received a prize
at the Trott reunion. He was the youngest there, age nine
days.
CADURCIS NEWS
By JENNIFER PAIGE
A
fter defeating the Plu-
mas Pirates in the
semifnals, the Minnedosa
Mavericks have begun
the fnal leg of the Santa
Clara Baseball league sea-
son looking to claim their
ninth consecutive champi-
onship title.
Game one of the best-
of-fve f nale took place
in Minnedosa on the eve-
ning of Tuesday, August 5
th
where the Mavericks lost
to Carberry in a close 6-5
game.
Te Mavs will now
have a week break from the
league fnals as they take
of to Hamiota and Oak
River for the Provincials
playofs.
Te f rst game of the
provincial playofs will
take place today (Friday)in
Hamiota.
A homerun derby will
be held on Saturday. Te
Mavericks will proceed
to take on Hamiota and
Springfeld in Oak River.
Te top two teams
from each pool will con-
tinue on to the playofs on
Sunday, August 10th.
Good Luck Mavericks!
Mavericks
begin League
Finals