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New space lets parents socialize while children play by Aleisha Bosch Sylvan Lake News


- Kindergarten students from C. P. Blakely School were clearly fascinated when they visited Panago Pizza last Thursday and Friday mornings. Gail Reynolds showed them all about how to make pizzas. She explained the sauce is put on so it doesn’t touch the outside crust otherwise it would burn. The students were on field trips to learn about their community. They also met with Mayor Susan Samson. STEVE DILLS

Parents and preschoolaged children in Benalto have a new option for activities. Red Deer County’s CHIPS (Children’s Indoor Play Space) program held its first session last Wednesday in the Benalto Baptist Church gym. Running every Wednesday morning from 9:30-11:30, the program aims to provide children newborn to 4 years old the opportunity to play together, in addition to allowing parents to socialize. The program was spearheaded by Pam Hetu, the Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) district community worker for west Red Deer County. “There isn’t a lot of

programs for children 0-4 in age. It’s great for the community because it will help area parents get out and meet other parents,” said Hetu. She added that it also allows similarly aged children to meet each other. “It’s great to have this so parents can meet other parents.” A few parents had requested the program due to the lack of facilities for young children in Benalto, said Hetu. “This is just one of the programs that I’m going to facilitate until it’s sustainable,” said Hetu, who has organized a similar program in her home community of Spruce View. While still in its infancy, the Spruce View program has about six families that attend, said Hetu. So far, there have been positive reactions to the pro-

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Thursday, October 18, 2012 SYLVAN LAKE NEWS


Plans for Cobb’s renovation recommended for approval by Steve Dills Sylvan Lake News

Plans for renovations to the former Cobb’s grocery location on 50th Street received a favourable review by the town’s Municipal Planning

Commission members Monday night. They passed a recommendation that council approve the development application. RiverCity Developments submitted the application to create space for a restaurant and patio

and six suites on the main floor and add a second storey within the existing building which would have five suites. The application estimated the $960,000 project would be completed by February.

To be known as Cobb’s Central Block, the building is proposed to have a Colonial Revival Style with symmetrical façade featuring both siding and brick on the exterior, multipaned windows which are vertically aligned and have har-

Salesmanship - A group of smiling Sylvan Lake Brownies and Girl Guides were selling delicious mint cookies at No Frills Saturday morning. The group included included Emily Lumbis, River Hart, Dawson Pollitt, Brooklynn Pollitt, Ava Cooney, Tawnie Owl and Jennifer McLean. Other girls were selling cookies at Sobey’s, Walmart, Canadian Tire and Mac’s. If you missed the chance to buy cookies, they are still available by calling Bev Witham at 403-887-4717 or Judy Scanland at 403-887-4371.

monious proportions and columns along the gallery overhang. There are two ‘dormer style’ façades and a centre-entry floor plan for the majority of the interior. It’s proposed that 15,582 square feet will be used for retail and restaurant, primarily on the main floor and 9,878 square feet will be used for office and personal services, primarily on the second floor. An outdoor patio is linked to the restaurant. A wall mural will replace the painting on the north side “which will enrich the pedestrian experience and create a strong sense of place,” said the proposal submitted by Ken Wessel. “This is particularly important as part of the revitalization in the downtown. There is good visibility for the piece from other buildings and from the street.” Colleen Jensen, representing RiverCity at the meeting, told commission members the mural would

be different than what is there now and created on a material that could be affixed to the wall rather than painted directly on it. She also commented on the requirement that the developer be required to submit “a landscaping plan for the west boundary of the property that provides adequate street screening in the form of a landscape island or other means satisfactory to the Development Officer as a means to buffer the parking area from the public roadway”. “Doing screening may be difficult,” said Jensen. “It will be a challenge to put some sort of landscap-

ing in and still maintain parking.” Existing parking (35 stalls in the parking lot and four stalls in the alley) satisfies the requirements of the town’s Pattern Book, according to a report from Development Officer Patty Urban. Council is required to make the final decision on the project since it falls within the Waterfront Direct Control District. That’s why the planning commission’s decision is only to recommend that council approve the project. The application will be on council’s agenda at Monday night’s meeting.

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4-H Shadow Riders bigger than ever with 40 members by Taylor Masters Special to Sylvan Lake News

Benalto Shadow Riders 4-H Club is back and bigger than ever, with a total of 40 members. The first meeting was on Sept. 30th. With our new executive council, we are heading into a great new year. We are looking forward to meeting new faces, learning new things

and getting involved in the community. After the elections at the meeting, our executive council is in place, with Tayler Vick as our president, Reagen Noyes as vice-president, Kailen Lambert as treasurer and Brooke Kentz as secretary. We are happy to have Craig Kentz as our general leader once again. All members are looking forward to a fun-filled year.

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SYLVAN LAKE NEWS Thursday, October 18, 2012

Gardiner finds success in rodeo announcer’s box by Aleisha Bosch Sylvan Lake News

What began as a way of staying connected to rodeo has turned into a successful career for Sylvan Lake resident Brett Gardiner. Gardiner was named the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association’s (CPRA) Announcer of the Year for 2012, it was announced last week. He’ll receive the award at the Canadian Finals Rodeo in Edmonton next month. He also won the honour in 2011. “I was kind of excited, that’s kind of the best in this business, especially because I’m in a class with my idols,”

said Gardiner, adding that it was an honour to have his name beside theirs. It’s been nine years since Gardiner first picked up a microphone as a volunteer announcer at a high school rodeo. “The first couple of years you never admit,” he said. He added that most announcers get their start after being unsuccessful in the arena. Gardiner began competing in rodeos while still in high school. After an injury, he figured he wasn’t cut out for the sport, but still wanted to stay involved. He worked volunteer stints announcing at a high school and a

The Community Calendar is an open bulletin board for non-profit community groups running free events open to the general public. Submissions must be received by Tuesday at 12:00 p.m. and should be kept as concise as possible. We will edit for content and length. We strive to publish all submissions we receive, however, due to the number of items or space availability, we are not able to guarantee publication. If you need to be sure your message runs, we suggest you place your message in the Classified section. Deliver submissions to our office at Suite 103, 5020 50A St., Sylvan Lake, fax to 1-403-887-2081 (Toll-Free 1-888-999-2081) or email to editor@ Be certain to include dates, times and contact information.

Fundraising Sylvan Meadows Adventist School is selling fresh Florida citrus to raise funds for a mission trip to Indonesia in April 2013. Oranges and grapefruits available in 20 or 40 lb. boxes. Call 403-887-5207 or 403-887-2105 to order. Deadline Nov. 2.

Special Events Friday, Oct. 19 - Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast presented by Sylvan Lake Ministerial Association 7:15-9 am at Sylvan Lake Community Centre. Friday, Oct. 19 - Sylvan Lake Seniors Bus Association is providing transportation for anyone over 55 or unable to drive themselves to Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast. Pick up begins at 7 am. Call Lenore 403-887-5272. Saturday, Oct. 20 - Ridgewood Hall Turkey Supper 5:30-7:30 pm. Located from Highway 781, four miles east on Burnt Lake Trail, 3 miles south on Range Road 10. 403-886-4642. Saturday, Oct. 20 - Keith Kitchen ‘Restless’ CD release tour at Sylvan Alliance Church. 7:30 pm. Solo acoustic evening with Canadian singersongwriter. Saturday, Oct. 20 and Sunday, Oct. 21- Zombie Movie Marathon. Come to Sylvan Lake Library for a frightfest of back-to-back zombie movies. Saturday at 11 am: Night of the Living Dead, Shaun of the Dead and Zombieland. Sunday at 10 am: Dawn of the Dead and A Little Bit Zombie. Popcorn and drinks provided. Teens and adults welcome. For info call 403-887-2130. Wednesday, Oct. 24 - The Book Club will be discussing Annabel by Kathleen Winter at Sylvan

little britches rodeo. He felt nervous, didn’t know what to say, and worried he was awful. “At the time it was pretty nerve-wracking,” said Gardiner. Following his debut, Gardiner began receiving more invitations to announce, and started getting paid for his work. “It was really by accident that the career began,” he said. Gardiner is a big fan of rodeo, and likes the sport’s camaraderie and family aspects. “If you like rodeo you love rodeo,” he said. Growing up in Drayton Valley, Gardiner’s first introduction to the sport was with his parents at

Lake Library from 6-8 pm. For info call the library 403-887-2130. Thursday, Oct. 25 - Benalto & Area Rural Crime Watch Society AGM at 7 pm Benalto Leisure Centre, Ag. Grounds. Election/year end business. Guest speaker S/Sgt Gary Rhodes, Sylvan Lake RCMP detachment commander. BARCWS law enforcement liaisons in attendance. Membership should reside within area patrolled by Sylvan Lake RCMP. For info Yvette 403-746-3429. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 25-27. Sylvan Lake & Area Community Partners charity garage sale at the former Kids Castle Clothing site. We are looking for donations of furniture and houseware. Call Lana or Jennifer at 403887-9989 to arrange pick-up of large items or drop things off at the Community Partners office on 50th Avenue from 9-4 weekdays. Friday, Oct. 26 - Seniors Bus to Celtic Revival at Bentley Ag. Centre. Special seniors performance at 1:30 pm. Call Lenore 403-887-5272. Saturday, Oct. 27 - Christmas Stop and Shop Sale, Lions Hall, 5119 50A Avenue, Sylvan Lake from 1-4 pm. Home base business show and sale. Concession by Community Partners, Family Education Support. Saturday, Oct. 27 - Zombie Walk from 4-5:30 pm. Start at Sylvan Lake Municipal Library. Be there are 3:30 if you need to be Zombiefied. Walk to Lakeshore Drive, circle around and back to library. All ages welcome. Saturday, Oct. 27 - Sylvan Meadows Adventist School is hosting a fall fest from 7-9 pm at the school gym. Games, food booths and items for sale in support of the Indonesia mission trip in April 2013. For info or directions call 403-8874055. Saturday, Oct. 27 - Central Alberta Singles dance at 8:30 pm at Penhold Hall. Music by Wise Choice. Members and invited guests only; new members welcome. Elaine 403-341-7653 or Bob 403-304-7440. Sunday, Oct. 28 - Spooktcular Exravaganza organized by The Town of Sylvan Lake at the community centre 1-4 pm. Games, family fun, face painting, bouncers, crafts, costume contest. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Sunday, Oct. 28 - Sylvan Lake Seniors Bus to 100 Years of Music variety show (1 pm) and roast beef lunch buffet. Call Lenore 403-8875272. Wednesday, Oct. 31 - Seniors bus to Yellowhead Casino, Edmonton. Leave 8:30 am. Phone Joan 403-887-7614. Friday, Nov. 2 - Seniors Bus to Markerville’s Christmas crafts and cookie walk. Pick-up starts

their town’s rodeo and at the Canadian Finals Rodeo in Edmonton. His grandparents also took him to chuckwagon races at the Calgary Stampede. “I always liked it from day one, it was entertaining,” said Gardiner. “I used to see them as just superstars … just putting them up on that pedestal.” Gardiner said he was lucky to be successful as an announcer early on, allowing him to pursue it. The best announcers, said Gardiner, can read the crowd and deliver what they want. Younger crowds prefer a “rock and roll” atmosphere, compared with older crowds who are more appreciative of

western heritage. “It comes down to judging your audiences,” said Gardiner. He added that he doesn’t usually receive feedback on his work, but tries to do his best. He likes to include personal information about some of the cowboys while announcing. Gardiner’s announcing duties run most of the year. He has worked at rodeos from Halifax, Nova Scotia, to Abbotsford, British Columbia, including those in Wainwright, Innisfail, and Eckville. He is the youngest announcer to receive his professional card, which he has held since 2006. When not announcing, Gardiner works at École H. J. Cody School in Sylvan Lake, where

Rodeo announcer Brett Gardiner first picked up a microphone in high school, and hasn’t looked back since. His talkative personality led him to success in the announcer’s box, from awards and recognition to a touring schedule from coast-to-coast. SARAH TIMMONS

he teaches grade 9 math, grade 9 gym, and grade 9 and 10 sports performance. “Everybody says my

jobs are so different, but both my jobs are about entertainment and education.”


at 12:30 pm. Call Lenore 403-887-5272. Saturday, Nov. 3 - Sylvan Lake Christmas Gift Show. 10-4 at the community centre. Bring donation for Food Bank or Christmas Bureau and qualify to receive one of two $250 shopping sprees. Includes Little Elves Workshop, a supervised store where your children can buy presents for you. All items are new and are priced $10 and under. Saturday, Nov. 3 - November Movie Marathon at Sylvan Lake Municipal Library. 10-3:30. Drop in, free refreshments. Tuesday, Nov. 6 - Seniors Bus to Rotary Senior’s Concert (7:30 pm) at Red Deer College. Pick-up begins at 6:15 pm. Call Lenore 403-887-5272. Friday, Nov. 9 - Sylvan Lake Seniors Lodge Christmas Tea and Craft Sale. Tea and tart for a toonie 1:30-3 pm. Craft Sale 1:30-6 pm. Christmas decorations, arrangements, knit and crochet articles. Come join us 4620-47 Ave., Sylvan Lake. Friday, Nov. 9 - Dickson Store Museum presents “The Poplar Grove Ladies Club”, a funny show with a lot of meaning. Dinner theatre doors open 5:30 pm. Play to follow. Dessert Theatre Saturday, November 10, doors open 12:30 p.m., play starts 1 pm. For info call 403-728-3355. Sunday, Nov. 11 - Benalto Elks Turkey Supper. 4:30, 5:30 and 6:30 pm sittings.

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Support Programs Sylvan Lake Al-Anon (for families and friends of alcoholics) 8 pm Sundays, Presbyterian Church (north door), Kathy 403-887-4470 or Robyn 403-887-2961. 12/30/12 Sylvan Lake AA meetings. Tuesdays 7:30 pm Lions Hall; Sundays 8 pm Presbyterian Church (north door). For more information about the program, call male 403-887-4470, 403-5885491 or female 403-887-4297. 12/30/12 Narcotics Anonymous meetings Thursday nights at 7:30 pm at Sylvan Lake Bethany Care, 4700 47th Ave. 12/30/12 Are you having trouble controlling the way you eat? Overweight? Underweight? Obsessed with weight or dieting? You are not alone. No dues, no fees, no weigh-ins. Everyone is welcome. Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous is a 12 step recovery program. For info call Harry at 403887-2962 or Joan at 403-748-2433. 12/30/12 Are you raising your grandchildren? Come join us at our ACUSHLA meetings first Thursday of the month at Sylvan Lake Library from 1-3 pm. We meet to share and support each other. Questions, call Glenda (Sylvan Lake) 403-8873849 or Sandy (Lacombe) 403-782-2960.

Treat yourself to a day of indulgence a the 2012 Boutiques for Women show. Enjoy a relaxing lunch at the Holiday Inn & Suites Boulevard restaurant (licensed). Admission: $10.00 person or two for $7.00 each Includes GST and free parking

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Thursday, October 18, 2012 SYLVAN LAKE NEWS


Five presented with Diamond Jubilee Medals by MP Dreeshen Sylvan Lake News

Five people from Sylvan Lake or with ties to the community were among 31 deserving Central Albertans who were presented with the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medals by MP Earl Dreeshen last Wednesday. The commemorative medals were created to

and Earl Raymond Chadwick. Following are the citations read during the ceremony which took place at Westerner Park’s Harvest Centre. Dr. Brad Bahler was born and raised in Sylvan Lake. After completing medical school he chose to return to his home community. Dr. Bahler is the lead physician on a committee that is lobbying for an

Crime Watch sign stolen, police seeking suspects Farm Supply on Highway 766 south of Eckville. Although the value of the theft is not significant, the act of stealing this particular sign, especially keeping in mind the purpose behind this sign in the first place, is a little disturbing to the police. If you have information on the sign’s current whereabouts or the person(s) responsible for this theft, please call

by Cpl. James Allemekinders Special to Sylvan Lake News

Sylvan Lake RCMP are seeking assistance in locating the person or persons responsible for a recent theft. A four foot by four foot Rural Crime Watch sign belonging to Benalto & Area Rural Crime Watch Society was stolen from the post it had been fastened to near Kasha

Sylvan Lake RCMP at 403-858-7200 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

Urgent Care Centre for Sylvan Lake and area and is the head of the Wolf Creek PCN. He is being honoured today, as well, for his work on behalf of the Federation of C an a d i an Municipalities. Pat Blakely is the past mayor of Sylvan Lake and a 30 year school board trustee. She is leaving an extensive legacy to the Town of Sylvan Lake including the C.P. Blakely Elementary School that was named after her. As an active member of the Sylvan Lake Archives, she is entrusted to keep the rich history of Sylvan Lake alive and available to all interested parties. Amanda Lindhout, a native of Sylvan Lake, was a freelance journalist. In 2008, she jour-

neyed into Somalia where she was kidnapped and held hostage for over 15 months. Through this experience, Amanda was inspired to found the Global Enrichment Foundation which dedicates resources to improving the struggles of the Somalia people with specific focus on empowering Somali women and all women across the globe. Unfortunately, Amanda is not able to be here today — but her step father Perry Neitz is here to accept the award on her behalf. Mary Elizabeth Reaume is tonight’s oldest recipient at 102. At 17 she began teaching students from Grades 1-8 in a one room school, as well as English to their immigrant par-

ents. She was instrumental in starting the Friendship Centre, which is now Sylvan Lake Seniors Centre. She was always a leader in fundraising, from her church to the Fish and Game Association and the Lion’s Club. She started the ‘It’s New to You’ second hand store to provide affordable clothing for Sylvan Lake residents and was an active volunteer until she was 95. Currently residing at Michener Extendicare, we are very pleased to have Mary here with us this evening.

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Earl Raymond Chadwick is a World War II Naval Veteran who served during the Battle of the Atlantic. Mr. Chadwick has been a lifelong athletic organizer and participant, formerly serving as the director of Red Deer Athletic Association and as a tournament organizer both in Canada and Europe. In 1970 he was the Red Deer Sportsman Of The Year. Currently he spends much of his time visiting shut-ins and taking them for outings in the community.


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SYLVAN LAKE NEWS Thursday, October 18, 2012

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Now’s the time to talk to councillors about taxes and tax rates EDITORIAL

Sales Cathy Lange Sales Steve Dills Editor Aleisha Bosch Reporter Michele Rosenthal Publisher

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Within weeks Sylvan Lake councillors will be listening to the results of all the hard work done by their staff to prepare next year’s budget. Then they’ll be asked to make the decision about how much to tax their residents and businesses and what projects need to remain as priorities. These discussions and debates are really the main time councillors can have a significant impact on the town’s direction. Once the budget is passed it becomes the road map for the next 12 months and altering it dramatically is much more difficult. Will they choose a three per cent increase in taxes as palatable without causing a revolt? Will it be more? Less? No one likes tax increases but we’ve been led to believe they’re a necessary evil that we have to put up with. So along we go each year with very little squawking. Have we been so conditioned that we don’t hope for a reduction? Certainly another increase is one issue taxpayers should be addressing with their councillors now before the direction for next year is set. Another issue looms every year when the Canadian Federation of Independent Business examines tax rates. This year’s analysis of property tax gaps states “commercial properties continue to bear a disproportionate share of municipal taxes. Of the 349 municipalities in the province, 256 levied a higher property tax rate on commercial prop-

erty when compared to residential property. The report titled “The Real Fiscal Imbalance: An analysis of property tax gaps in Alberta” shows the 2011 property tax gap for Sylvan Lake is 1.86. The same gap existed in 2012 tax rates. The property tax gap is described as the non-residential mill rate (which is imposed on commercial properties) expressed as a portion of the residential mill rate. Using the Sylvan Lake number that means the tax rate for commercial properties is 186 per cent higher than the rate paid on residential property. Lacombe (131 per cent), Blackfalds (131 per cent) and Innisfail (124 per cent) all have a lower difference and Rocky Mountain House charges the same rate for both categories. Why is it important to consider the impact of this differential? Because municipal taxes are one of the factors businesses take into account when considering where to locate. If this council was interested in attracting and retaining businesses in our community they should at least have a discussion about reducing the gap. That, of course, would mean requiring homeowners to pay a higher portion of the total tax bill. Since there are more voters among residents than business owners it’s a difficult decision. But it is a decision that should be considered for the long term health of our community. We wonder, as well, what residents think about the

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extensive list of capital projects included in the 10 year capital plan. We share Councillor Ken MacVicar’s concern about where the money is going to come from for things like the redeveloped multiplex, a new fire hall, a community recreation hub, various water, sewer and road construction projects

as well as additions to the vehicle fleet. Taxpayers, it’s time to speak up and let our elected officials know your thoughts and concerns. Take advantage of the open microphone session at the beginning of each town council meeting to speak directly to them, talk to our councillors where you see them on the streets or in the stores, send emails (their addresses are on the town website) or write a Letter to the Editor to share

your comments with the rest of the community. The time is now to have a discussion with these folks — before the first critical decisions are made in the process of establishing next year’s budget. We understand there will be time after the draft is completed for further input but we believe the earlier in the process comments are provided the better chance they may be factored into the decision making.

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Thanksgiving a time for friends, family, and the ideal pie crust COLUMN For the first time in five years, I celebrated Thanksgiving at home. Before this year, the last time I had been with my family for the holiday was when I was in Grade 12, before I had started university. Thanksgiving has always been a big production for my family. My aunt, an excellent chef, cooks a huge turkey, mashes potatoes to a creamy pulp, and makes a couple other side dishes. Everyone else in the family contributes a dish, usually a vegetablebased accompaniment. My grandma makes pumpkin pie, including the crust, from scratch. Every year I’ve been there,

my grandma has never been happy with the pie. Despite everyone else’s insistence that the pie is delicious, she finds a problem with it. This year, she claimed the crust was too thick. Another year, she thought the pie was “crunchy.” Yet another year, she said she’d bought the wrong brand of canned pumpkin, so the filling didn’t taste right. I celebrated Thanksgiving in a different location every year when I was at university. Most years I went home with friends, to be with their families. One year I didn’t go home with anyone, and stayed in residence with the 12 or so other remaining girls, most of whom were international students.

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It was interesting for me to see how other people celebrated Thanksgiving. One family ate their dinner at 3 p.m. Another had different vegetable side dishes than I was used to. No one else celebrated it with their entire extended family. Despite the different foods or eating time, there were more similarities than differences. My friends’ families were always welcoming and happy to have me, just like my family. They were accommodating of the fact that I don’t eat meat, and let me

contentedly eat the vegetables without forcing the turkey on me, just like my family. I’m lucky to have the friends I made at university. They were my family when I needed them to be. My real family worries a lot. They worry about being late for Thanksgiving dinner, or the gravy being too thin, or the turkey being too dry, or the pie crust being too thick. Even though my family worries a lot about things that don’t matter, they’re still my family. My family are the only people in my life I didn’t choose. They’re also the only people I never had to make an effort for. They give their love unconditionally. This year’s Thanksgiving had

all the food I remembered. After dinner, I talked to my cousin, who has been living in Ontario for university for the past six years and who I only see a couple times a year. We talked about our childhoods, and about activities we did together when we were younger. We laughed about the things we did. I have a lot to be thankful for. I’m thankful for my friends, who were always there when I needed them. I’m thankful for my family, who accept me and my nonturkey eating ways. I’m also thankful for delicious pumpkin pie, and a grandma who strives to make the ideal pie every year. This year’s pie was delicious, and the crust was perfect.

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69 years ago ... From the issue of October 20, 1943

The meeting addressed by Tim Buck in the Alexander pavilion Tuesday night was well attended. Speaking in favour of the LabourProgressive party, Mr. Buck expressed the opinion that the Capitalistic system has produced much that is good

but had outlived its usefulness and the people should turn to Socialism. He outlined some of the things accomplished by Russia and recommended that all parties in opposition to Liberals or Conservatives, should unite together. At the conclusion of the meeting a collection was taken; about $150 was received. J. Taunch was chairman. ♦ ♦ ♦ The W.I. hall was “jammed to the rafters” last Friday evening at the bridge and whist party sponsored by the Soldiers’ Christmas Cheer committee. It was possibly the largest gathering assembled in the hall for a card party. Total receipts amounted to $84. In thanking those who had purchased tickets and all who had helped to make the affair a grand success,

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Voting was very light at the polls Wednesday as electors turned out to select two town councillors. Of over 1,000 eligible voters only 295 cast ballots. Mrs. Elmer Peterson topped the poll with 233 votes, Fred Moore was second with 133 votes, Mrs. Marjory Lane 116 votes and Dale AuBuchon 51 votes. Elected were Mrs. Peterson and Mr. Moore. ♦ ♦ ♦ During the monthly Sylvan Lake Home and School Association, a buzz session was held to determine the feel-


ing of parents with regards to school parties and dances and at what age students should be allowed to attend. Mrs. Luoma, assistant secretary of the C.N.I.B., gave a comprehensive account of the founding (in 1870 by Col. Baker), purpose and ways the C.N.I.B. helps blind people. ♦ ♦ ♦ Some of the more privileged citizens were amazed to look out their windows on Wednesday to see little green and gold men busy raking their yards. The Wolf Cub pack had turned out in full force to do their “Good Deed” and were very sorry they couldn’t get around to do all the yards. ♦ ♦ ♦ Cubs and Scouts will hold their apple drive on Saturday afternoon.

Stop expecting less and start demanding services everyone else gets Dear Editor, I read Mr. Dressler’s letter on urgent care last week and I am concerned with some misleading facts. I am sure if the editor checked with EMS services that their ideal response time is three minutes. I would ask the editor to check the average time. I am sure it can be much longer. I would also like to recognize that Mr. Dressler was extremely lucky to have such a wonderful experience in Emergency at Red Deer. I am sure some readers can tell you that is not the usual scenario. My biggest concern is that some Sylvan Lake residents (not all) seem to want to settle for less

from the provincial government. During the early 1990s, it took a LOT of hard lobbying to simply get our high school updated. Previous to that effort, we were not in any five year plans, insulation (which was hay) was falling out of ceiling tiles and there were numerous documented issues in air quality affecting students. Now, I am sure with the growth in this community, we need a new and larger high school. While the school is a separate issue, it’s reflective of the process that is sometimes required to get a response on an important issue from the provincial government.

To ask and expect medical coverage 24/7 or least extended hours in evenings is not unreasonable. Smaller communities in this province have even more. Didsbury has a hospital with 24/7 emergency care, extended care, a lodge and now under P3 partnership, will be getting supportive living as well. Their population is half of Sylvan Lake and Olds has a hospital only 11 km. away. I don’t think it is unreasonable that a community of our size to ask for Urgent Care. We need to be able to respond to n on - l i fe - t h re at e n i n g medical conditions and it could take some of burden off the existing

Emergency in Red Deer. Cochrane, Okotoks, and Airdrie all have urgent care. By the way, Mr. Dressler, your visit to the Emergency instead of an Urgent Care facility cost me more as a taxpayer. In addition, that air ambulance you talked about has to come from a base in Calgary or Edmonton which does not happening in under 30 minutes. If we had Urgent Care, the physician in Urgent Care would be able to stabilize a patient, do X-Rays and blood work while waiting for STARS. This would be a win-win scenario for everyone. I ask Sylvan Lake citizens,

to STOP expecting less than the norm and start demanding services that everyone else in the province takes for granted. Your tax dollars are paying for 24/7 hour

Emergency care in Didsbury but not here Mr. Dressler. Please understand that the budget for an Urgent Care center comes from AHS (Alberta Health

Services) — our provincial tax dollars, not the Town of Sylvan Lake budget. A concerned taxpayer. Laurie Norris, Sylvan Lake

Man up, clean up, set up Dear Editor, When oh when is the mess at the corner of highways 781 and 11 going to be cleaned up and a set of lights set up? Now STOP “PASSING THE BUCK.” As that corner is now, all emergency vehicles are impeded from all directions — yes think about it — you can do it. RCMP, ambulance, fire department work with lives in their hands at all times — lives are counted in seconds. You do not have the right or power to decide who will live or die. So clean up that grave error at the corner


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of highways 781 and 11 then put in a set of lights. Yes — traffic will have to slow down — go a little further east and there is another set of lights, a little further west there is another important intersection from Sylvan Lake. Sylvan Lake is growing you know. So please man up, clean up, and set up! Why? BECAUSE IT IS YOUR JOB. YES REALLY. Nancy A. Hayes, Sylvan Lake

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Taxpayers should not wait for increase before requesting review of town finances Dear Editor, The following appeared in the Red Deer Advocate recently. “The province will examine the spending habits of the Town of Penhold following requests to conduct a municipal review. After the town raised taxes by 4.75 per cent this year, a number of citizens voiced their outrage to town council. Mayor Dennis Cooper said in light of the concerns, town council requested a review from the province. At the same time, town resident Ken McCarthy hosted a rally and gathered a petition with 585 signatures requesting the same action. Wendy McGarth, a Municipal Affairs public affairs officer, confirmed that the province accepted the petition and will conduct a review in the coming months. The inspector will look at the town’s policies, financial statements and the practices of the town and interview town council, staff and administration.”

The accompanying article speaks about a municipal review of the Town of Penhold management and spending practices. It is prophetic of what needs to be done in Sylvan Lake as well. A letter in last week’s paper spoke about the town’s deception in approving the demolition of the lighthouse at the marina due to its supposedly unstable condition. The real reason is that it will impair the views from the new condos being developed at that site. Several weeks ago another article revealed how the town blatantly ignored the needs of the cruise boats which have a legally binding agreement to moor at the marina. They gave the developer permission to reconfigure the waterway making it too small for them to operate out of. Last spring the mayor proclaimed in the newspaper that boat launching at the marina would be preserved despite massive development being allowed there. This summer I spoke to a worker at the

deserted boat launch. He confessed that their plan of raising launching fees to $40 had worked better than putting up a fence to keep people out. Welcome to Sylvan Lake, if you can find access to it. Basic downtown services like a gas station, a grocery store or a boat launch are non-existent. Lights at the main highway intersection on top of the hill have still not been installed to provide complete access. When the downtown business association dissolved several years ago they gave a substantial sum of money to the town for building a small amphitheatre on the pier. What happened to that money, or was it needed to build the new Taj Mahal behind Lions Park instead? There are too many behind the scenes deals going on and certain people’s priorities are being pursued without regard for the views of the democratic majority. Taxpayers are the ones paying the bills and they should not

wait for another huge tax increase like the Town of Penhold experienced before demand-

ing a municipal review in Sylvan Lake. Craig Little, Sylvan Lake

Editor’s Note: The money from the downtown business association still sits in town

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Apologizes for driving packer down Lakeshore Drive Dear Editor, To residents of the Town of Sylvan Lake — I have spent the past several months residing in your beautiful lake town, and enjoyed its natural beauty along with the easy going friendly attitude. It had come time for me to move on into another chapter in my life and I decided to invite two long-time friends up to the lake for one last weekend of summer. Given that we are all young men who enjoy a good time and tend to bring out the party in

each other, the beers were flowing fast so I decided I’d show them the local bars where we tried to play keep up with each other. On the way home we joked and horsed around in a construction zone where we noticed the keys were in the packer machine. We fired it up and off we went, all knowing what we were doing was wrong. We egged each other on and ended up driving a few blocks where a local heard the noise and called the local authorities who came and dealt with us appropri-

ately. We intended this to be a joke and luckily nothing or no one was injured. I’d like to take this opportunity to apologize to the town and its people for the disturbance. Will Archer, Edmonton Editor’s Note: This event occurred in the early morning hours of Sept. 23. The owner of the packer did not wish to pursue charges, according to RCMP Cst. Landon Durston.

Unacceptable and dumb behaviour Dear Editor, During the night and early morning of Sept. 23, 2012, myself and two others had way too many drinks and did an unacceptable thing of starting up a packer and driving it down Lakeshore Drive. This was unacceptable and

dumb behaviour made on my part. I am truly sorry for those who were disturbed by my ignorance. I love the town of Sylvan Lake and its kind citizens. I apologize to Olds Concrete and their employees. I did not mean for any damage to be made to the

wonderful work they have done. Again, I apologize for my reckless behaviour and am very thankful that we have been treated so very fairly by the Sylvan Lake police department. Nic Monod, Banff

Without thought of consequence Dear Editor, My name is Phil Hudec from Canmore, Alberta. Myself and a few friends came up for the weekend for some activities, some of which included consumption of alcohol. On the walk home from a bar after many drinks, we walked

past a construction site with machines, one of which was a packer with the keys in the ignition. Being a couple of boys who seek adventure, we decided (stupidly and without much thought of consequence) to take it for a joy ride, causing a ruckus and

quite a public disturbance. On behalf of myself and my friends, I would like to take this opportunity to apologize to the Sylvan Lake community, RCMP and Olds Concrete for our reckless behaviour. Phil Hudec, Canmore

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Variety of topics covered at women’s retreat by Steve Dills Sylvan Lake News

Over 100 women learned that there’s truth to the statement “laughter is the best medicine” when they heard Camilla Jones, keynote speaker at the 10th annual Women’s Wellness Retreat Saturday. She opened the full day event with a fun-filled hour that delved into the healing power of humour and received a standing ovation for her performance. Donna Arnold, of the Henday Association for Life Long Learning, which sponsored the event, said when planning their tenth event they wanted a speaker who had triggered high ratings from women who attended the retreat in the past. Two of the attendees had their names drawn and were whisked away for a fabulous makeover courtesy of Jute Studio. For the rest of the audience, they had the choice of 12 different topics they

could attend during one of three 75 minute sessions. The presenters dealt with Biophoton Light Therapy, The Truth about Chiropractic, Soul Flow Yoga, Couponing, Greening Your Food Choices, It’s About Caring, Not Just Healthcare, Get To Know Your Camera, Body Awareness, Introduction to Sanskrit Chanting, World of Watercolour, Dream Catchers and Soul Trauma. Arnold said it’s nice to have the event locally so people don’t have to go elsewhere. “We always try to do everything as local as we can.” This year the lunch was catered by Sylvan Lake & Area Community Partners Association. Reaction from participants has always been very positive. “They rave about how excellent it is,” said Arnold, who indicated they ask participants to evaluate the presenters and topics after the event. “Definitely, the evalua-

tions are always excellent — people can hardly wait for next year.” In about two weeks, they’ll start working on next year’s event which is usually held the second or third weekend of October. “It’ takes a lot of work,” Arnold said about booking speakers and sessions. “We always try to have the brochure out by the end of June.” Among those on the

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Sylvan Lake & Area Community Partners Association is asking residents to scour their homes and garages for anything they’d like to donate to a charity garage sale. The event is taking place Thursday, Oct. 25 to Saturday, Oct. 27 at the

former Kids Castle location in Lakeland Plaza (5043 50A Street). Hours are Thursday and Friday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. If you’d like to make a donation, contact Lana at the Community Partners office 403-887-9989. Money raised by the sale will go towards various Community Partners projects.

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- Jim Craig shared his vast knowledge of Scotch Whiskey and Scotland with a group during a Scotch Tasting at the Sylvan Lake branch of the Royal Canadian Legion Saturday night. The sold out event was enjoyed by those who gathered to taste five different brands, learning about their history and the intricacies of their taste. The amber liquids sampled were Highland Park (12 year old), Glenmorangie (12 year old), Dalwhinnie (15 year old), Aberfeldy (12 year old) and Bowmore (12 year old). STEVE DILLS

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- Enjoying buccaneer brownies and grog, a group of scallywags listened to a story read by children’s programmer Heather Parker during Pirate Day at Sylvan Lake Municipal Library Saturday afternoon. Parker said they had 27 kids and 21 adults participate. They made swords, hooks, hats, treasure necklaces and telescopes, heard some great pirate stories and told a few pirate rhymes. STEVE DILLS

Town’s emergency management plan updated by Steve Dills Sylvan Lake News

During their regular meeting last Tuesday, Sylvan Lake councillors: • passed second and third readings of the Municipal Emergency Management Bylaw which replaced a 2005 disaster services bylaw that was outdated. Updated Emergency Response and Business Continuity for Pandemic

scare off our staff by throwing them into a full-scale mock emergency situation,” said John Eastwood, director of disaster services. “We will start with the table top situation and afterwards prepare for a more in-depth mock experience for staff and council members.” • approved proclaiming Oct. 17 as The Day for the Eradication of Poverty in Sylvan Lake. The proclamation

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was requested by Central Alberta Poverty Reduction Alliance. • approved the payment of $112,000 for the purchase of 1.21 hectares for road right-ofway connected with the Memorial Trail project. • heard from Chief Administrative Officer Betty Osmond that paving of Memorial Trail from 50th Street to Highway 20 should be completed by Oct. 13 and paving from 50th Street to Lakeway Boulevard should be completed between Oct. 15-31. Also planned in the next two week period are completion of the acceleration lane at 50th Street and Highway 11, installation of the north concrete median at the same intersection and landscaping along the entire length of Memorial Trail. Osmond reported town hall construction in on track and on budget with the building almost weather proof; perimeter fencing of the dog park will start soon and the contractor will be building gravel trails; revised plans for the multiplex redevelopment have been received and two public information forums will be scheduled; and the request for architectural services for the fire hall project closed Oct. 12.

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- Students at Our Lady of the Rosary School participated in the annual Turkey Trot with teacher Judith McIntyre leading them, Oct. 4. The event celebrates Thanksgiving and gets students to think about fitness and healthy eating by going for a run around the school after reciting a special Thanksgiving cheer. TREENA MIELKE


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- Sylvan Lake News Publisher Michele Rosenthal and Circulation Supervisor Deb Reitmeier had the chance to find out what it is like to be a carrier during Black Press Carrier Appreciation Week. They delivered papers on the route that included Legend Court and Lucky Place last Thursday. ALEISHA BOSCH

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- Firefighter Jamie Slaney demonstrated the Hazard House explaining to youngsters and their parents how to live with the hazards that are common within homes. Approximately 300 people attended Sylvan Lake Fire Department’s Fire Prevention and Life Safety Day Saturday at the fire hall. Other demonstrations included vehicle extrication and the Safe House, an educational tool to assist children in practising the escape methods required in a home.


- H. J. Cody Laker ball carrier Trent Kondor (24) got some blocking from Austin Lutz (40) while racing up the field during the team’s game against Hunting Hills Lightning last Friday night under the lights at Great Chief Park in Red Deer. The Lakers were down 24-15 at the end of the first half but were unable to match the scoring abilities of the Lightning who added 28 points in the second half to the Lakers’ 12 points for a 52-27 Lightning win. Laker touchdowns were scored by Morgan Drews, Tyler Ledwos, Trent Kondor and Landon Rosene. Drews kicked two converts and the Lakers gained a point on a safety touch after Drews kicked a field goal just short and the ball bounced into the end zone.


- Jade Rabin was one of the people who attended Sylvan Lake Fire Department’s Fire Prevention and Life Safety Day Saturday at the fire hall and received a special Junior Fire Chief hat.


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team of the Royal Canadian Air Force may grace Sylvan Lake’s Centennial celebrations next July. Councillors gave the okay at their meeting last Tuesday for the Snowbirds to perform a flyby at as low as 150 metres (500 feet) over the lake. Since the Snowbirds’ schedule is booked two years in advance and already 98 per cent full for 2013, the only date that’s possible is July 17. The request must still be approved by the Snowbirds. In order to seek approval for the flyby to take place as low as 500 feet, the mayor or town council letter must specifically concur with this request, indicated Captain Bruce Ehmann of Special Events Plans, 1 Canadian Air Division Headquarters in Winnipeg. Councillors unanimously passed a motion to forward a letter of support for the performance and approve the flyby as low as 500 feet to take place over the water. Mayor Dennis Cooper of Penhold has been instrumental in assisting the C entennial Celebration Committee in organizing this addition to our planned centennial celebrations, according to a report to council by Marilee Littmann.

Thursday, October 18, 2012 SYLVAN LAKE NEWS


Admirals off to shaky start following home opener by Ted Stephens Special to Sylvan Lake News

Sylvan Lake Admirals roared out of the harbour and had a tough time staying afloat. Last Friday the home opener against the Fort Saskatchewan Chiefs looked more like a shooting gallery than a hockey game. It took just 50 seconds for the Chiefs to draw first blood taking advantage of the weak defensive effort that left Admirals’ goaltender Jordan Ramstead hung out to dry. The Admirals responded four minutes later on a power play when Paul Mailey put home a rebound served up by Brandon Knelesen and Brandon Baumgartner. All three are new to the Admirals roster.

The Chiefs kept the pressure on and poor puck movement, combined with unnecessary turnovers, allowed the Chiefs to hold the edge. They struck again with 1:42 to go and followed that with a third goal a minute later. The second period saw the Admirals serving a penalty from the first and a quick goal 58 seconds in gave the Chiefs a three goal cushion. The Admirals were in a tailspin and things just got worse. More turnovers and bad decisions allowed the Chiefs to score twice more before Ramstead was mercifully pulled in place of Scott Galenza. That seemed to right the ship for a moment and Paul Mailey put home his second of the night with an assist going to Luke

Boyer. Admirals penalty trouble then started and the Chiefs took full advantage of poor coverage, scoring twice before the period was done — both goals on the power play. You might think the Admirals would just drift off into the sunset but the third was the best effort from all concerned. The Chiefs were dominated for the first five minutes and action was end-toend with decent chances for both teams and the goaltenders stopping everything thrown. As luck would have it, the Chiefs got a break first and scored their ninth goal of the game with 6:04 remaining. The Admirals pushed back and on a power play Colin Zimmer slid home the goal with helpers from

Reed Watts and Kurtis Ross. Under two minutes l ate r Br an d on Baumgartner took a feed from Paul Mailey and the final goal of the game was scored. Final tally 9-4 for Fort Saskatchewan. Admirals player of the game was Paul Mailey.

in the league has gotten better and our players had better step up if they expect to win,” continued Stephens. “We definitely have some things to work on in practice and an effort like tonight will not cut it. The third period showed what we could do when everyone settled

“Too many players gave a poor effort.” said Coach Jason Stephens, after the game. “We can’t fault the goaltenders when they have no support and we can’t expect last year’s record to mean a thing if we don’t give it 110 per cent every shift. “This year every team

down and just did their job but that needs to start from the drop of the puck, not from seven goals down.” Next home game for the Admirals is tomorrow (Friday) at 8:30 p.m. in the multiplex when the Innisfail Eagles will be in town.


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SYLVAN LAKE NEWS Thursday, October 18, 2012


- Above, H. J. Cody Lakers JV girls volleyball players Phoenix Schultz (9), Riley Kanyo (8) and Keltie Lakeman (7) were prepared to return a serve during action against Lindsay Thurber Raiders last Tuesday night. The Raiders won the first game 25-12. Then the Lakers dominated in the next two winning 25-23 and 29-27 before being defeated in the fourth and fifth games, 26-24 26 24 and 15-7 155 7 respectively.


Bronwyn Jones, a Grade 7 student at École Fox Run School, received a high-five as she crossed the finish line last Thursday at the Central West Alberta Junior High Athletic Association (CWAJHAA) cross country meet. Held at Leader Field and hosted by Fox Run, the event drew 965 students from schools around Central Alberta.

Competition - H. J. Cody Laker Kade Garritty (9) bumped the ball while watched by teammates Chase Elwood (4) and Gallen Donaghy (7), during action in the Grade 9 boys volleyball game against Hunting Hills Lightning, last Wednesday. Hunting Hills won the match although the Lakers won their third game 25-22.


- Left, H. J. Cody Laker Keltie Lakeman (7) set up the ball for its return while teammate Morgan Nemish (5) watched in JV girls volleyball action last Tuesday. STEVE DILLS PHOTOS


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Searching - Sylvan Lake Lions’ Mike Smyth (7) rushed to elude a group of Rocky Mountain House Rebels late in the first half of their game at Cody field Saturday afternoon while teammate Dylan Keller followed. The Lions lost 41-6 to the Rebels.

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REDCALF Dylan 1992 ~ 2012 Dylan Redcalf, of Rocky Mountain House passed away tragically in Calgary on October 13, 2012 at the age of 20. Dylan is survived by his mom Suzanne Redcalf and his dad James Redcalf, his brother Loren Delainey Redcalf, sisters Mitzi Danielle Redcalf, Savannah Erin Strawberry, Teeya Paige Strawberry, and Olivia Leeann Violet Saulteaux. Also left behind is his special mom Louise Russell (Adrian Strawberry), grandparents Patricia Rayner, Charlotte Redcalf, Gina Ward, and numerous cousins, aunts, and uncles. He was predeceased by his Step-dad Ernest Redcalf in 1996, Grandpa Shorty Redcalf, and Grandma Sarah Schug. Dylan’s passion in life was the freedom of skateboarding. He inspired many people with his demonstration of commitment to skateboarding. He was also an active member of the Aboriginal Resource Center encouraging his culture and continuing education. He was his mother’s ‘rock’ when it came to keeping his sisters and brother safe and secure, meeting their needs with hugs, a listening ear and access to bannock. A Wake will be held at the Native Friendship Center on October 17, 2012. A Funeral Service will be held at the Rocky Funeral Home, Rocky Mountain House on October 18, 2012 at 11:00 am. Following the service burial will take place in the Pine Grove Cemetery, Rocky Mountain House. As an expression of sympathy memorial donations may be made in Dylan’s name to the Aboriginal Resource Centre. ROCKY AND SYLVAN LAKE FUNERAL HOMES AND CREMATORIUM your Golden Rule Funeral Homes, entrusted with the arrangements. 403-845-2626

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October 1-31, 2012 Drop off gently used coats at Crystal Clean Laundromat (Lak (Lakeland Plaza)

Rimbey Church of the Nazarene 5214-51 Street, Rimbey, AB Saturday, Oct. 27 ~ 7:00 pm Sunday, Oct. 28 ~ 10:30 am Contact 403-843-2671

CCampaign Partners:

~ Free Will Offering Will Be Taken ~

Prince Edward Island’s Premier Irish Dance Show

Mid-October – February

Help yourself to winter clothing available at the Sylvan Lake & Area Community Partners Association Office

•Community Partners Association •Memorial Presbyterian Church •M&M Meats •Crystal Clean Laundromat •K-C Community Services •Sylvan Lake News

4936 - 50 AAvenue

(across from the Town parking lot)


Employment #700 - #920 Caregivers/Aides................710 Clerical ..............................720 Computer Personnel ..........730 Dental ................................740 Estheticians........................750 Hair Stylists ........................760 Janitorial ............................770 Legal ..................................780 Medical ..............................790 Oilfield ................................800 Professionals......................810 Restaurant/Hotel ................820 Sales & Distributors ..........830 Teachers/Tutors..................840 Trades ................................850 Truckers/Drivers ................860 Business Opportunities......870 Miscellaneous ....................880 Volunteers Wanted ............890 Positions Wanted ..............895 Employment Training ........900 Career Planning ................920


WA N T E D R D A I I M o n . Thurs. for General dental practice in Rimbey. Previous exp. preferred. Please fax resume to 403-843-2607

Source For Sports®:

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Oilfield Maintenance Labourer /Swamper Must have safety tickets. No experience necessary. Will train. Fax resume to 403-746-5910 or email

Restaurant/ Hotel

HEWLETT PARK MCDONALDS (50 Hewlett Park Landing Sylvan Lake) is seeking 20 Food Counter Attendants available 24/7 for all shifts, starting $11.00/hour. Apply in person or at

Sales & Distributors LOOKING FOR EXPERIENCED CASED HOLE SUPERVISOR Knowledge of the Lee Specialties system is an asset. Competitive wages & benefits with an RRSP program and other incentives. E-mail: NOW LOCATED in Drayton Valley. BREKKAAS Vacuum & Tank Ltd. Wanted Class 1 & 3 Drivers with all valid tickets. Top wages, excellent benefits. Please forward resume to: Email: Phone 780-621-3953. Fax 780-621-3959. SEEKING CLASS 1 DRIVERS with off-road fluid hauling experience. Will relocate. Year round work. Above average wage, appealing benefit packages offered. Trophy Buck Oilfield Services, Whitecourt, Alberta. Email resume: Fax 780-706-2389.

Restaurant/ Hotel


ERNIE O’S RESTAURANT & PUB in Edson is looking for Line Cooks. Please fax resume to 780-723-3603 or email:

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AN ALBERTA CONSTRUCTION COMPANY is hiring Dozer and Excavator Operators. Preference will be given to operators that are experienced in oilfield road and lease construction. Lodging and meals provided. The work is in the vicinity of Edson, Alberta. Alcohol & drug testing required. Call Contour Construction at 780-723-5051. CENTRAL PEACE NATURAL GAS CO-OP LTD. requires full-time Gas Utility Operator. Experience, safety tickets an asset. Clean valid driver’s licence required. Forward resume: Fax 780-864-2044. Mail: Box 119, Spirit River, T0H 3G0. INTERIOR HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR SCHOOL. No Simulators. In-the-seat training. Real world tasks. Weekly start dates. Job board! Funding options. Apply online! 1-866-399-3853


DATA ENTRY PERSON Needed for an insurance agency

Full or Part time considered Easy computer work Call Bill 403-783-3976 Or mail resume to Box 4098, Ponoka, AB T4J 1R5 Misc. Help




T.J. LOGGING of Whitecourt, Alberta is accepting resumes for experienced heavy duty operators, hoe, dozer, skidder, buncher, processor, delimber for immediate employment. Fax resume 780-778-2428. TOWN OF Two Hills is looking for a Public Works Foreman or an Equipment Operator. More information on our website: TWO WHEELIN’ EXCITEMENT! Motorcycle Mechanic Program. GPRC Fairview Campus. Hands-on training - street, off-road, dual sport bikes. Opportunity to write 1st & 2nd apprenticeship exams. Fall/2013 start. 1-888-999-7882; WANTED EXPERIENCED Heavy Equipment Operators. Must have all oilfield related tickets. Please call Darrel 780-837-0617; Bryan 780-837-0476.

Truckers/ Drivers


DRIVERS WANTED. Terrific career opportunity outstanding growth potential to learn how to locate rail defects. No rail experience needed! Extensive paid travel, meal allowance, 4 weeks vacation & benefits package. Skills needed Ability to travel 3 months at a time, valid licence w/air brake endorsement. High school diploma or GED. Apply at under careers, keyword driver. Do not fill in city or state DRIVERS-LONG HAUL. $1500 Sign-on! Join an industry leader! US Runs, 5-14 days out. Heyl Truck Lines 800-973-9161

Business Opportunities


EXCLUSIVE LICENSE Territories available in multi-billion dollar smart phone app industry. Only 250 (North America) licensee’s will own a territory and earn a significant passive residual income by helping consumers to save money and retailers become more profitable; or 1-855-526-9862.

Business Opportunities



Misc. Help

FOR LEASE ADULT in Sedgewick, Alberta. UPGRADING 3000 sq. ft. shop, which Alberta Government includes a 600 sq. ft. office Funded Programs space with mezzanine Student Funding Available! which has a forced air furnace. Shop - 2 - 14 ft. NOVEMBER START overhead doors, overhead heat, 3 phase power and • GED Preparation bathroom. Complete with • C o m m u n i t y S u p p o r t Å‚ acre fenced in yard. Worker Program For more information contact Mark Bonnett at Morning, Afternoon And 780-384-2338 or email: Evening P/T Classes

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TOWN OF PONOKA Employment Opportunity Public Works Foreman. For details of this position go to: or email:

Misc. Help

Academic Express

Adult Education & Training

340-1930 CLASSIFIED Want Ads do more things for more people than any other form of advertising. Phone 1-877223-3311

Misc. Help


CARRIERS REQUIRED to deliver the Central AB Life, one day a wk. in Rimbey & Bentley Please call Debbie for details 314-4307


The easy way to find a buyer for items you want to sell is with a Classified want ad. Phone 1-877-2233311



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THE PRINCE ALBERT Co-op, with annual sales in excess of 185 million dollars, and 500 employees is currently accepting applications for full-time and part-time Meat Cutters. The successful candidates must be self motivated individuals with excellent interpersonal and communication skills, completed a retail meat cutting course or have meat cutting experience that is equivalent. Everyday our staff works together in this new 43000 sq. ft. Marketplace to provide a personalized shopping experience that exceeds member expectations. Join our dynamic team that offers excellent wages, a family work environment, a superior benefit package and a pension plan that is second to none. If you have a positive, upbeat attitude and outstanding customer service skills apply today to be a part of the Prince Albert Co-op team. Human Resources Manager, Prince Albert Co-op, 791-801 - 15 St. E, Prince Albert, SK, S6V 0C7. Fax 306-764-0702. Email: Only those considered for the interview will be contacted.

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880 WORK FOR THE EMPLOYER OF CHOICE IN THE SECURITY INDUSTRY! Securitas Canada is looking for new team members with the drive for success, deliver outstanding customer service and the ability to grow and develop. Police services are more interested in candidates who have previous security / law enforcement experience. Securitas is the place to work at if you are interested in working for the top employer in the security industry, developing yourself as a security specialist, taking benefit from our training and education as well as developing your own career plan. Would you like to make the society safer? Come join us at Securitas. No Experience required. We will train you!! No uniform costs!! Excellent Wages and Benefits!! Working with teams of Professionals!! Position located in Red Deer/Blackfalds ** YOU MUST APPLY AT OR YOUR APPLICATION WILL NOT BE RECEIVED ** - Integrity - Vigilance Helpfulness Securitas Canada celebrates diversity and we welcome and encourage applications from the four designated groups; namely women, aboriginal people, visible minorities and persons with disabilities. HOW can you make your phone ring and make some quick cash? Place your ad here . . . Phone 1-877-223-3311 O G?

Thursday, October 18, 2012 SYLVAN LAKE NEWS Employment Training


LEARN FROM HOME. Earn from home. Medical Transcriptionists are in demand. Lots of jobs! Enrol today for less than $95 a month. 1-800-466-1535;; WELL-PAID/LOW-STRESS CAREER IN MASSAGE THERAPY. Get the best-quality RMT education in Alberta without giving up your day job! Visit or call 1-866-491-0574 for free career information.




Imports • Domestic • Trucks • SUV • Diesel Repairs

403-887-0440 1A Industrial Drive Directly behind our old location

Domestic, Import & Diesel Repair


Phone: 403-588-8163



Employment Training

Kevin O’Rourke 403-357-0351

Additions & Renovations Fences & Decks Basement Development


INCLUDING: basement/suite development & design, bathrooms, ceilings, texturing, laminate & hardwood floors, electrical, plumbing, windows & doors

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Glass Shops


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Chartered Accountants & Business Advisors


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Our Door to Yours! Mobile Glass Service




Len Campbell Owner/Operator 8 Cuendet Industrial Way, Sylvan Lake



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Property Clean Ups & Junk Removal




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CRIMINAL RECORD? Think: Canadian pardon. U.S. travel waiver. (24 hour record check). Divorce? Simple. Fast. Inexpensive. Debt recovery? Alberta collection to $25,000. Calgary 403-228-1300 or 1-800-347-2540; www. CRIMINAL RECORD? You can still get a pardon. Find out how. Call 1-866-242-2411 or visit Work and travel freely. Guaranteed by the National Pardon Centre


Misc. Services


Legal Services

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Chain Link Fences Wood Fences Decks Interior Framing Finish Work

ART LAKE 403-304-0727 (cell) 403-887-3760


Property clean up 340-8666


Well Drilling

Misc. Services


DISCONNECTED PHONE? Phone Factory Home Phone Service. No one refused! Low monthly rate! Calling features and unlimited long distance available. Call Factory today! 1-877-336-2274; NEED TO ADVERTISE? Province wide classifieds. Reach over 1 million readers weekly. Only $259. + GST (based on 25 words or less). Call this newspaper NOW for details or call 1-800-282-6903 ext. 228.

Personal Services


DATING SERVICE. Long-term/short-term relationships. Free to try! 1-877-297-9883. Live intimate conversation, Call #7878 or 1-888-534-6984. Live adult 1on1 Call 1-866-311-9640 or #5015. Meet local single ladies. 1-877-804-5381. (18+). GET 50% OFF. Join Herbal Magic this week and get 50% off. Lose weight quickly, safely and keep it off, proven results! Call Herbal Magic today! 1-800-854-5176 NEW HERBAL MIRACLE weight-loss, 100% natural, one pill in the morning. Reduced cravings, increased energy, mood. Suppress appetite. Safe for diabetics. Toll free 1-855-288-5366, Willingdon, Alberta.

Well Drilling


Personal Services


TRUE ADVICE! True clarity! True Psychics! 1-877-342-3036 or 1-900-528-6258 or mobile #4486. (18+) $3.19/minute;

Rental Equipment


• General Equipment Rental • STIHL Products Dealer


INDUSTRIAL SPRAYING & RECLAMATION EQUIPMENT. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers. Unreserved Public Auction in Lloydminster, Saskatchewan on October 31, 2012. Featuring a complete dispersal for Corner Brook Farms including: 7 Massey Ferguson MFWD Tractors, pickup and flatbed trucks, trailers, custom built sprayers, AG equipment, recreational vehicles and much more! Call 1-800-491-4494 or visit

#30 Industrial Drive 403-887-0012


Buy & Sell #1500 - #1990



AA AUTO LEASE & GANSHIRT ESTATE. Tues., Oct. 23, 6 p.m. 4, 7883 Gaetz Ave., Red Deer. Automotive hoists, Kansas Jack frame rack, wheel aligner, auto shop & woodworking equipment, Beach tool box, tools. See www. or 1-800-371-6963.

Well Drilling






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MEIER GUN AUCTION. Saturday, October 27, 11 a.m., 6016 - 72A Ave., Edmonton. 200 guns - handguns, rifles, shotguns, hunting equipment. Call to consign 780-440-1860.

Building Supplies


LAMINATED POST BUILDINGS FARM AND COMMERCIAL. Prairie Post Frame serving Alberta. For pricing Calgary South, Barrie 403-506-7845; Calgary North, Howard 403-586-7678;

METAL ROOFING & SIDING. Best prices! 36� Hi-Tensile TUFF-Rib 29ga. Galvalume $.67 sq. ft. Colours $.82 sq. ft. 40 Year Warranty. ALTA-WIDE Builders Supplies 1-888-263-8254.

STEEL BUILDINGS - Canadian made! Reduced prices now! 20x22 $4,455 25x26 $4,995 30x38 $7,275 32x50 $9,800 40x54 $13,995 47x80 $19,600 One end wall included. Pioneer Steel 1-800-668-5422;





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Listen to your needs and concerns Provide high quality products Show attention to detail Carefully clean up, leaving your yard the way we found it • Provide you with the best warranty in the business


FOR AS LITTLE AS $35 PER WEEK! Call Cathy or Cheryl for more details


We are manufacturer certiďŹ ed and have over 20 years experience. We work all seasons of the year.

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Guaranteed Inch Loss Treatment Pkgs Available Abdomen Toning Treatments Bottom Lifting Treatments One 18 minute Eurowave session is equivalent to 200 sit ups!

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SYLVAN LAKE NEWS Thursday, October 18, 2012

Travel Packages


ONE DAY POLAR BEAR Tours - Calgary and Edmonton departures this fall. Jet to Churchill and experience 6 hours on a polar bear safari; 1-866-460-1415; www.

Agricultural #2000 - #2290

Farm Equipment ..............2010 Haying Equipment ............2020 Tractors ............................2030 Combines & Headers ......2040 Fertilizer Equipment..........2050 Misc. Farm Machinery ......2060 Equipment Wanted ..........2070 Farm Custom Work ..........2080 Farm Auctions ..................2090 Livestock ..........................2100 Livestock - Exotic..............2110 Sheep ..............................2120 Poultry ..............................2130 Horses ..............................2140 Horse Boarding ................2150 Riding Supplies ................2160 Horse/Stock Trailers ........2170 Pasture Wanted ................2180 Grain, Feed, Hay ..............2190 Seed Grain ......................2200 Seeding & Tillage ............2210

Grain, Feed Hay


HEATED CANOLA buying Green, Heated or Springthrashed Canola. Buying: oats, barley, wheat & peas for feed. Buying damaged or offgrade grain. “On Farm Pickup� Westcan Feed & Grain, 1-877-250-5252. ROUND HAY BALES $20. and up. Delivery available. No Sunday calls please. Phone 403-704-3509.

Condos/ Townhouses

For Rent #3000 - #3200

Acreages/Farms ..............3010 Houses/Duplexes ............3020 Condos/Townhouses........3030 Manufactured Homes ......3040 Four Plexes/Six Plexes ....3050 Suites ..............................3060 Cottages/Seasonal ..........3070 Roommates Wanted ........3080 Rooms for Rent................3090 Motels/Hotels ..................3100 Offices ..............................3110 Stores/Commercial ..........3120 Industrial ..........................3130 Warehouse Space............3140 Garage Space..................3150 Storage Space ................3160 Land ................................3170 Pasture ............................3180 Mobile Lot ........................3190 Misc. for Rent ..................3200

Wanted to Rent #3250 - #3390

Acreages/Farms ..............3255 Houses/Duplexes ............3260 Suites ..............................3270 Rooms..............................3280 Manufactured Homes ......3290 Housesitting Wanted ........3300 Garage Space..................3310 Storage Space ................3320 Stores/Commercial ..........3330 Office Space ....................3340 Industrial ..........................3350 Warehouse Space............3360 Resorts & Cottages..........3370 Pasture/Land....................3380 Mobile Lot ........................3390

Houses/ Duplexes


2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH, DUPLEX IN 45 PLUS AREA SYLVAN LAKE. Attached single garage. RV parking. Ideal for seniors. Only mature responsible party need apply. Avail now 403-887-5302 or 403-318-4601 BENTLEY 2008 Model Duplex shows like new 4 bdrm., 3 bath. Garage, fireplace. Appliances. Avail. now. 403-341-9974 FURNISHED 1/2 duplex, 2 bdrm. 1 bath, $1150/mo., mature responsible party, incl. utils., except tv/phone. Nov. 1- June 1. no pets, n/s, 403-887-4378 Syl. Lk.

Houses/ Duplexes


3 bedroom 2 bath Recent paint and Àooring New appliances Fenced Yard



Houses For Sale

SYLVAN, 2 bdrm. condo, w/den & fireplace, 5 appls, near shopping, $1350. + gas & elect. 403-341-9974



BACHELOR SUITES FOR RENT ranging $550-$650 $300 d.d. All rooms above Hazzard County Bar & Grill. Call 403-887-5235 ask for Char

Cottage/ Seasonal


OSOYOOS, BC - 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom furnished apartment available Dec. 1 - April 30. $825/month includes utilities and basic cable. Underground parking and elevator, in-suite washer/dryer. Sandi 604-514-3223 or






Lakeland Plaza

403-887-3021 403 -887-3021

IMMAC. retirement home in quiet neighborhood, no stairs, walk-in shower, 5 appls. 2 bdrm., murphy bed, sprinkler system, a/c, sunroom, r.v. parking stall in back yard. $285,000. 403-346-7920 for appt. to view



Picturesque Recreational River Hobby Farm. Ideal for horses or cattle. Corrals, fenced, heated barn & shop. Open concept custom built bungalow. $465,000. 403-843-6182 (Rimbey)


Manufactured Homes

SIX WEEK DELIVERY. Homes 900 - 2650 sq. ft. Basement or piling foundation. 9’ ceilings, drywall. View show homes Transportation Red Deer. Free 3D TV for #5000-5300 Christmas. Integrity Choice Automotive Services ........5010 Homes 1-800-221-6801. Antique & Classic Autos ....5020 Cars ..................................5030 SUV’s................................5040 Trucks ..............................5050 Heavy Trucks....................5060 Vans/Buses ......................5070 Motorcycles ......................5080 Campers ..........................5090 Motorhomes......................5100 5th Wheels........................5110 Holiday Trailers ................5120 Tent Trailers ......................5130 Utility Trailers ....................5140 ATV’s ................................5150 Boats & Marine ................5160 Snowmobiles ....................5170 Tires, Parts & Accessories ......................5180 Auto Wreckers ..................5190 Vehicles Wanted ..............5200 Car/Truck Rental ..............5210 Recreational Vehicle Rental ..............................5220 Trailer Rental ....................5230 Misc. Automotive ..............5240 RV’s ..................................5300

YEAR END CLEARANCE! Vast selection: single/20’ wides and like-new pre-owned homes. Starting at only $69,900. Delivery anywhere in Alberta! 1-800-461-7632. 148 East Lake Blvd., Airdrie; www.

YES! WE WILL take your trade for down payment! Lowest prices on new SRI Homes - Immediate delivery. Best trade allowances! Win/Win! Appraisers waiting - Call now! 1-877-341-4422;


Manufactured Homes

ARDON HOMES NEW 20 X 76 show home now open. Many homes ready for quick possession. Visit Ardon Homes north of Sherwood Park 780-801-1166; or visit Cross Country Homes in Acheson 780-470-8000; www.

For Rent

5050 Buy it.

2010 FORD F150 XLT 4x2 crew cab, 21,000 km. Warranty, like new. No tax. $22,000. 403-845-3292 or 403-895-2337



TWO WHEELIN’ EXCITEMENT! Motorcycle Mechanic Program. GPRC Fairview Campus. Hands-on training - street, off-road, dual sport bikes. Opportunity to write 1st & 2nd apprenticeship exams. Fall/2013 start. 1-888-999-7882;



2009 MONACO Passage Safari 300 Class A motorhome. Full options, like new, 8,200 kms. Satellite TV. Car tow pack. 35,000 BTU furnace. $65,000. Doug 403-932-2267.

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Public Notices ..................6010 Special Features ..............6050

Real Estate #4000 - #4190

Realtors & Services..........4010 Houses for Sale................4020 Houses Wanted ................4030 Condos/Townhouses ........4040 Acreages ..........................4050 Acreages Wanted ............4060 Farms/Land ......................4070 Farms/Land Wanted ........4080 Manufactured/ Mobile Homes ..................4090 Income Property ..............4100 Commercial Property ......4110 Industrial Property ............4120 Cottages/Resort Property ..4130 Businesses for Sale..........4140 Buildings for Sale ............4150 Lots for Sale ....................4160 Out of Town Property ......4170 Investment Opportunities ..4180 Mortgages Bought/Sold....4190

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TOWN MEETINGS TOWN COUNCIL MEETING October 22, 2012 5:30 p.m. Town Office

MUNICIPAL PLANNING COMMISSION Nov. 5, 2012 6:00 p.m. Town Office

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for full meetings/event listings

YARD/KITCHEN WASTE COLLECTION NOTICE Annual service ends on October 31

The last day for yard/kitchen waste residential collection is Friday, October 27. You may bring your yard/kitchen waste to the Waste Transfer Facility 24 hours/day (no charge).


Summer hours end on Saturday, November 3. The Waste Transfer site is open through the winter from Wednesday to Saturday 9 AM – 5 PM exclusive of statutory holidays. The yard/kitchen waste receiving area is open 24/7. The facility is located 1 km. east of the round-about on Highway 11A and south .5 km. on RR15.



he Town of Sylvan Lake will present its proposed Operating Budgets to Town Council at two meetings in October. The meetings are open to the public and scheduled for October 30 and 31 from 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. at the Town OfÀce (4926 - 50 Avenue). Following the presentations, Council will consider the requirements and

provide decisions and Ànal direction at a meeting scheduled for November 3 from 8:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the meeting room in the RCMP/Protective Services Building (4260 - 50 Street). Residents of Sylvan Lake are encouraged to attend these meetings and hear Council’s direction for the 2013 budget year. For further information please call 403-887-2141.


POSITION TITLE: RCMP Steno – Full Time COMPETITION # 07-12 SUMMARY OF FUNCTION: •Reporting to the Detachment Services Supervisor •Providing administrative support for the RCMP Detachment •Responsible for maintaining the integrity of the Detachment C.P.I.C. entries •Entering information for all ¿les handled by the Detachment •Dealing with the Public at the Front Counter and on the telephone •Processing police information checks •Typing of court documents •Transcribing audio taped statements of witnesses, victims, and accused persons •Filing and processing of incoming and outgoing mail •Has the ability to work independently, remain professional at all times, and maintain a high level of con¿dentiality •Has a high level of organizational skills and the ability to prioritize work TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: •High School Diploma •Knowledge of the Criminal Code/Provincial Statutes and Privacy Legislation are a de¿nite asset. •Must successfully complete courses in PROS/ CPIC (computer systems) after being hired.

•Good written and verbal communication skills are essential •The ability to work with a minimum of supervision •Above average interpersonal skills in dealing with staff, peers and the general public •Clear criminal records check and clearance to work in RCMP detachment •Ability to remain calm in a sometimes turbulent environment. •Deal with public, other Police agencies and Government departments in a professional manner. This is an amazing opportunity to work in a professional, team focused environment. You have a strong desire to be a strong contributor to the success of a vibrant and growing organization. We offer competitive rates and an excellent bene¿ts package, including a wellness component. If the above position intrigues you, please submit your resume and quote the competition number before 4:00 PM on November 2, 2012 to: Town of Sylvan Lake 4926 - 50 Avenue, Sylvan Lake, AB T4S 1A1 Attention: Danny Scott Fax: (403) 887-3660 E-mail: All successful candidates will be contacted.

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Communications Evaluation & Strategy

Sealed Proposals clearly marked “Communications Strategy� will be received by: Town of Sylvan Lake 4926-50 Avenue Sylvan Lake, AB T4S 1A1 Atten: Joanne Gaudet Sealed Proposals will be received by no later than 3:30pm MST on Wednesday, October 31, 2012. RFP Document available on the Town website (

The Sylvan Lake Fire Department would like to thank the following companies for sponsoring our Fire Prevention & Life Safety Open House. •Scott’s No Frills •Tim Horton’s •Boston Pizza •Domino’s •Fireside •Booster Juice

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SYLVAN LAKE NEWS Thursday, October 18, 2012 21 Baywood Place

#1, 4914-50 Sylvan Lake

24 Hrs Ph: 403-887-2217 Fax: 403-887-3165 Toll Free: 1-877-373-6296

32 Hallgren Dr.

Willard Morris MLS# 0002197


829 Sunhaven Way

MLS# 325568

MLS# 325554

30 Acres


MLS# 321999



MLS# 320464

5110 - 48 Ave.

5131 - 47A Ave. A

Robert Popilchak 403-350-8708

MLS# 325011

23 Jarvis Bay


MLS# 0003061



CED $519,000


403-318-0604 dsteiinbach@ b ma net 5 Legacy Cove

CED $675,000


60 0P Premiere rem remi re miier ere

5913 54 Ave





5811 - 53 St.

MLS# 324039



11 Harper Drive

MLS# 324043


"Your TTrusted "Y t dR Reall E Estate Advisor"


MLS# 0002130

84 Hinshaw Drive

MLS# 0003244

5016 49 St.



MLS# 325163



4851 - 51 Ave.

MLS# 0001511

Seller Motivated

477 Pine Martin Dr.


MLS# 327029

Rec Property in Nordegg

Great Rental Property $109,000

S Sandi Hallgren 403-887-2217

46 Lakeway Blvd.


Gord Steinbach

ECKVILLE 130 Old Boomer Road




A Alf Moore Mo


69 Regatta egatt egat tta ta Way Way y

MLS# 0001666 k@

MLS# 323539

MLS#324384 24 4384 43 84

$229,900 4111 4 11 1 45 45 Ave. Ave. Ave Av

18 Regal g lC gal Court ou urtt


MLS# 327555

56 Lakeway Boulevard


4603 Ryders Ridge Blv

4306 48 Ave.



MLS# # 327543 327 32 7543 54 43 MLS# 0003439

3513 Lakeshore Drive

$949,900 ill d @ t MLS# 326712

MLS MLS# M LS# LS S# S # 000 0003435 3435 4 5

MLS# 0001270 M

1405 Juniper Road

$289,500 5009 - 47 St.


91 Grand Ave.


5135 - 4 47A Ave.

Experience More!


MLS# 0002846 5201 - 50 Street Bentley


Still Sitting On The Fence? Waiting... Wondering... About the Real Estate Market? 46 Briar Road


Carl Stepp 403-358-9300 9 Lindsay Cresc

New Listing! $980,000

Visit to view more photos and for information on ALL MLS listings!

Caroline Boivin 403-896-8500

Located only 20 minutes north of Sylvan Lake in the town of Bentley is this 2500 sq ft, 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom home. Fully 多nished basement. 24x25 double attached heated garage. Situated on a large corner lot, fully landscaped, large deck, and a fantastic family neighborhood.


7 Heenan Court

$439,900 4604 - 43 Street

43 Wildrose Drive

Lorne Therriault $299,900


$284,900 @i ll l l k


Sylvan Lake News, October 18, 2012  

October 18, 2012 edition of the Sylvan Lake News

Sylvan Lake News, October 18, 2012  

October 18, 2012 edition of the Sylvan Lake News