Issuu on Google+

A10 Friday, October 21, 2016 - The Times

Giant snowman towers in Assiniboia One home in Assiniboia found a good use for all of the snow that fell over the October 7 to 10 long weekend. This giant snowman had apples for eyes, a carrot nose and a hat and scarf. The house is located near the Elementary School, providing an attraction for children and adults alike. Assiniboia received 53.7 mm of snowfall between October 3 to 10, according to Environment Canada. For the rest of the month, the weather in Assiniboia won’t be favourable for any snowmen. Temperatures are expected to stay in the teens for at least a week and remain above zero for the rest of the month and into early November. Photo by Marusia Kaweski

Southline Students attend Career Expo Submitted by S.Falconer, Southline Glentworth Grade 11 and 12 students, along with Callie Gibson, were in Assiniboia on September 27 for the Assiniboia and District Career Expo. This event was organized by the career development team from Prairie South. Jeff Feeley was at the school to meet with the Grade 12 students on October 4. He has a wealth of knowledge and contacts regarding post-secondary and other options. The Mankota Grade 9 to 12 students attended the Career Fair. Students attended the keynote speakers, as well could speak and listen to various representatives from universities and colleges. School Notes Roxy Johnston came to the school to speak to the Grade 6 to 12 students.

Roxy shared a terrific message with the students about inclusion and celebrating diversity. The key message focused on shunning, accepting or celebrating diversity. It’s so important for the school to celebrate diversity and to be open to new experiences and cultures, and for the staff and students to feel accepted for who they are no matter what. In a small school, it can be difficult at times for students to fit in or to feel accepted so this was a small step in making a difference in the school. Mankota is participating in the Farm Credit Corporation Drive Away Hunger campaign. They were asking for donations of food for the Swift Current Food Bank. Paper bags were sent home with every family. The Farm Credit Canada picked up

food from the school on October 13. Lise Williamson is back from her maternity leave and resuming her duties as caretaker. Taylor Hawreschuk was the temporary custodian. Margaret Walker recovered the reading cushions for Mrs. R. Sayers’ classroom. Cheryl donated a mini aquarium to Mankota School. Social Notes Heather Pluecks spent three weeks in Ontario visiting with her mother, Marna Riopel at Kitchener in September. They had the opportunity to visit with other family members and to spend four days at the cottage with her uncle. They visited the Palmerston area where the Hiltz and Munford families once lived. They toured a dairy farm in the area. Born to Kevin and


Lorena Gillespie of Mankota was a son Kade Robert, on September 25 weighing seven pounds and six ounces. Grandparents are Kurt and Kim Gillespie of Mankota and John and Delia Thibault of Admiral. Great-grandparents are Neil Gillespie of Swift Current, Bob and Mat Neilson of Mankota and Marj Thibault of Swift Current. Mavis Moore and Sylvia Dixon of Mankota accompanied Lillian Klein to Minot on September 29 to attend the annual Hostfest. Lillian’s cousin, Liv Marit Haakenstad of Hamar, Norway, had a book display there for the week. She returned to Mankota with Mavis and Sylvia to visit for a few days. Dianne Debert celebrated her birthday at McCord Hall on October 1. Daughters Debbie and Tom Collins of McCord; Lynn and Tim Kehoe of Airdrie, Atla.; and Teresa and Larry Richards of FORM 2

Municipality of Lake Johnston No. 102LIST TAX Rural ENFORCEMENT

PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that a poll has been granted for the election of:

Voting will take place at the polling places listed below on:

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2016 FROM 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. I will declare the results of the election at the School Division Central Office @ 1075 9 Avenue NW, Moose Jaw, SK on the 28th of October, 2016 at the hour of 2:00 p.m. th

RuRal Municipality ofSASKATCHEWAN lake Johnston no. 102 PROVINCE OF pRoVince of saskatcheWan Noticeisis hereby givengiven under The Tax Enforcement that unless the arrears costsunless appearingthe opposite the landand and title Notice hereby under The TaxActEnforcement Act and that arrears costs number described in the following list areand fullytitle paid before the 21stdescribed day of December, 2016following an interest based a taxfully lien willpaid be appearing opposite the land number in the listonare registered the land. before the 21st day of December, 2016 an against interest based on a tax lien will be registered against the land. Note:AAsum sum forforcosts in an in amount required byrequired subsection 4(3) The Tax Enforcement is included in the amount shown Note: costs an amount by of subsection 4(3) ofActThe Tax Enforcement Act is againstparcel. each parcel. included in the amount shown against each


SUBDIVISION NO. 1 (Central Butte, Chaplin, Craik, Eyebrow, Mortlach and parts of Lindale attendance areas)

Polling Place Aylesbury Central Butte Chaplin Craik Eyebrow Mortlach Riverhurst Tugaske Tuxford

Address Aylesbury Hall Legion Hall, 291 Main Street Chaplin Community Complex, 413 4th Street Craik Library Eyebrow Senior Centre, 51 Main St Mortlach Village Office Board Room Village Square, Teacher’s Lounge (old school) Tugaske Hall Tuxford Community Hall

SUBDIVISION NO. 3 (Assiniboia and Mossbank attendance areas)

Polling Place Assiniboia Crane Valley Limerick Mossbank

Address Lower Curling Rink, Prince of Wales Centre Crane Valley Recreation Centre Limerick Opportunity Centre Legion Hall

Be sure to bring proper identification when you come to vote! Dated at Moose Jaw, this 23rd day of September, 2016.

Heather Boese Returning Officer

Place in Moose Jaw. She also visited with the local Anderson and Poirier families. Liv Marit Haakenstad spent some time with cousins Gordon, Sonia and Alex Falconer early in the week. They drove her to Moose Jaw on October 5 to meet with Orville and Mavis Myrvang for lunch. They took her back to Regina where she left for Norway. She had her first taste of a Saskatchewan winter. Lillian Klein accompanied Evan and Judy Klein of Kincaid to Medicine Hat on October 5. They helped Warren Klein celebrate his birthday. Steve and Teena Klein and family of Swift Current also joined them. S h e r r y S p r o u l e ’s School of Music is offering a ‘Sunrise Class’ for two-and-a-half to five year-olds on Tuesday morning at the Glentworth Come and Go Club. Interested parents should contact Becky-Jo Jones for information.


(Section 4)


Vanguard all attended the birthday. Several grandchildren also attended the family supper. Debbie made a Creative Memories book for the occasion. A social evening followed where many family and friends joined them. McCord United Church held their annual Turkey Supper on October 2 with a good crowd in attendance. These weekly suppers on the south line have been wonderful. Carla and Terry Wolfe of Pense visited with her parents, Verna and Harold Hiltz recently. They also attended the supper. Also visiting there were Harold’s nephew, Ron and Ann Wallace of Cambridge, Ont. Mary Jean and Pat Allen of Saskatoon spent a few days with Gordon, Sonia and Alex Falconer. They helped with the harvesting operations. Marion Wolff of Calgary visited with her father Boyd Anderson at Providence


16 10 9 10 10 16 15 16 16 10 21 21

Part of Lot Part of Section








31 31 31 31 31 16 16 16 16 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21

11 11 11 11 11 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28


2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2


1 2 1 2 3

21 21 88 89 90 91 92 93 180 182 1 2

Title Number

146347612 146347588 146347645 146347623 146347634 137867068 137867091 137867114 137867169 137867305 137867271 137867259 137867293 137867181 137867316 137867237 137867338 137867226 137867204 137867361 137867406

Total Arrears

Advertising Costs

Total Arrears and Costs

8.17 661.18 8.17 8.17 8.17 562.34 537.83 8.17 591.55 8.17 599.72 187.96 8.16 196.12 676.23 8.16 684.39 321.54 8.16 329.70 8.16 8.16 8.16 8.16 8.16 505.06 423.46 8.16 8.16 8.16 8.16 8.16 8.16 589.20 572.88 8.16 Dated this 21st day of October, 2016 Dated this 21st day of October, 2016. S. Green S. Green, Treasurer Treasurer 644.84

Assiniboia Times - October 21, 2016