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Mortgages Bought/Sold

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Public Notices

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Public Notices

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Financial #4400 - #4430

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Motorhomes

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Need A Hand With Spring Cleaning? The Royal Canadian Legion is now picking up good Saleable items for its 10th Annual Giant Garage Sale On

Saturday, May 4, 2013 Contact: Legion

403-783-4076 Help us to Help Our Community 3911 Hwy 2A

Ponoka Mini-Golf

Auto Wreckers

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SCRAP FARM MACHINERY AND VEHICLES. Yard clean-up of metals. We pay cash for large amounts. Call 780-918-9000.

Proposals must be submitted in writing to the undersigned no later than 2:00 pm on Friday, April 26, 2013. Faxed or electronic mail submissions will be accepted. Wes Amendt Director of Community Services Phone: 403-783-0118 Town of Ponoka Fax #: 403-783-6745 5102-48 Avenue Email: wes.amendt@ Ponoka, AB ponoka.org T4J 1P7

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL Ponoka Culture & Recreation Complex Concession Operator

Proposal Details The Town of Ponoka is seeking a Concessionaire to provide services on a year round basis with the main operation taking place from September 1 – March 31. The concession service is also to be made available to other activities that are scheduled in the Ponoka Culture & Recreation Complex during the off season. Detailed Expectations of Service provision are available at the Ponoka Town Office.

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Advertising works!!! Captain Heather Schwartz welcomes officer cadet Leo Chow to the 65 Ponoka Royal Air Cadets. Photo submitted

Advertise your business Ponoka 65 Squadron wins gold or service in the Ponoka News today!

Proposal Submission Requirements Submission should include: Qualifications, Certification, Experience, References and Expectations of Service. Communication Contact Wes Amendt, Director of Community Services at 403-783-0118 for more information. Site Visit A site visit can be arranged. Contact either Mr. Amendt or Kelsey Hycha (Complex Operator) at 403-785-7404 to arrange your site visit. Proposal Closing Proposals must be submitted in writing no later than 2:00 p.m. on Friday, May 10, 2013. Faxed or electronic mail submissions will be accepted.

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Officer Cadet Cody Huseby from Lacombe was welcomed to the 65 Ponoka Royal Air Cadets by Captain Heather Schwartz.

The Town of Ponoka invites written proposals for the lease and operation of the Ponoka Mini-Golf facility. Proposal Information packages are available to at the Ponoka Town Office. For more information contact Wes Amendt, Director of Community Services.

Introduction The Town of Ponoka invites submissions for the exclusive operation of the Concession at the Ponoka Culture & Recreation Complex. 1995 BARTH Regal Class A 31’ wide-body coach on 1994 Ford chassis-460 gas engine; 28,150 miles/one owner/smoke free/ fully equip.. Exc. cond offers. No GST. Ed (403) 783-3430.

65 Ponoka Royal Canadian Air Cadets would like to introduce our two new officers, officer cadet Leo Chow (from Rimbey) and officer cadet Cody Huseby (from Lacombe) that were attested in this training year of 2012/2013. The attestation ceremony consists of the letter from the Lieutenant-Commander B.J Cross, reading of the ethics they swear to uphold and followed by the Oath of Loyalty to Her Majesty the Queen. We would like to welcome the two new officers into the Cadet Instructor Cadre (CIC) with over 7,500 members serving across Canada and look forward to their commitment and expertise. Both gentlemen are former cadets themselves. Mr. Chow was with 65 Ponoka and Mr, Huseby with 859 Crowsnest Pass.

Request for Proposals Keep it real

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Transportation #5000-5300

New Ponoka cadets

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Town of Ponoka Email: wes.amendt@ponoka.org 5102 – 48 Avenue Fax #: 403-783-6745 Ponoka, AB T4J 1P7 Attention: Director of Community Services The Town of Ponoka reserves the right to reject any or all proposals received. The lowest proposal submission is not necessarily accepted.

Call Judy or Karen at 403-783-3311 Check us out online at www.ponokanews.com

The Lord Strathcona Trust Fund Regional Drill Competition involving Sea, Army and Air Cadets was held recently and the Ponoka 65 Air Cadet Squadron’s drill team performance outshone all the other participants. Each marching unit performed the same basic drill movements. Every unit performed almost to perfection but Ponoka gave the best performance. They were also judged on grooming, uniforms and military bearing and received a trophy and plaque for first place. Judges were members of the Canadian Forces, Royal Canadian Legion and Air Cadet League. Under the guidance of Second Lieut. Michael Kolbeck, the team consisted of cadets Rebbeca Nicholson, Matthew Osbourn, Sean Meikle, Aaron Chalifoux, and Casey Cohoe led by Commander Matthew Granson and Second in Command Clinton Rodney. 65 Squadron is made of 12- to 18-year-olds from the Ponoka, Lacombe, Rimbey and areas and has been turning out excellent cadets for more than 70 years. The squadron is preparing for a trip to Europe for the 70th anniversary of D-Day in 2014. They will be busy throughout central Alberta with fundraising events throughout the next year. Everyone is also welcome to their annual Ceremonial Review at the Ponoka Arena on June 1. For more information on the squadron or to contribute to the trip, contact Facebook page; 65 RCACS or call 403-783-4181.

Ponoka News, April 24, 2013  

April 24, 2013 edition of the Ponoka News

Ponoka News, April 24, 2013  

April 24, 2013 edition of the Ponoka News