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What happened? Sixteen-year-old Brandon Smith and 17-year-old Dryden Corkle got a big surprise when they came down to have some fun with bikes and boards on their day off from school at the skateboard park when they found all the ramps and skid rails taken down. The Rimbey Lions Club has had the skateboard park removed due safety concerns. The club has yet to decide about future plans regarding another park, but are open to suggestions. APN Photo
‘No’ voters dictate town office, library fate By Treena Mielke After months of controversy, the people of Rimbey have had the last word and the town office will not be moved, nor will the library expand into the municipal building. In a non-binding plebiscite held June 3, 361 people said No to the question; “Should the library expand into the existing municipal building resulting in the town office relocat-
ing to the provincial Building?” Just 264 people said Yes. Both Mayor Sheldon Ibbotson, who supported the move and Rimbey resident Dave Karroll, who vehemently opposed it, agreed the plebiscite was democracy in action. “You can’t argue with the results of the vote,” said Ibbotson. “Democracy is about accepting those results, even if you would have preferred a different decision. The town office
is not moving to the Provincial Building and the library will stay where it is. The vote is done. The issue is resolved.” Ibbotson said even though the plebiscite is non-binding, he will abide by the vote, and is fairly confident all of council will, as well. Karroll, who tirelessly campaigned against the move, said the No voters were not necessarily against the library expansion, but did not want to see the town office moved. “I am very pleased to see the democratic process (happen) and a successful result,” he added.
Reuben Giebelhaus, who began a petition opposing the sale of the town office to the library board for $1, wasn’t happy with the way the question was worded on the plebiscite but he was pleased with the result. “I am pleased we won. I was sure we would but a lot of people thought it might be closer than it was.” Daryl Hunt said senior citizens are pleased with the vote. Continued on page 3
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Library expansion delayed Earl Giebelhaus fills out the documentation necessary in front of Melissa Beebe and Kathy ? before voting in the plebiscite held June 3. About 35 per cent of the eligible voters showed up to cast and ballot. Treena Mielke Photo
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Continued from page 1 “I didn’t want the town office to move, although I’m not against the library expansion. I didn’t want to see it expand into the town office, though. I didn’t want the town office to move to a building that is owned by the province.” Hunt said the money that would have been spent on rent and for the move would be put to better use if it was spent on fixing potholes in town. While the naysayers clearly outnumber those in favor of the town office moving so the library could expand, the outcome of the vote leaves the library board with some serious decisions to make. Board chair Rowena Aitken said the result means the brakes have to go on regarding the library expanding into the town office, however, it doesn’t mean the library won’t expand somewhere, somehow at another time, she said. Such a move, however, will come with
a price; a much higher price than if the library could have expanded in the building it is already housed in, she added. “It hasn’t stopped us but it will cost more and it will be delayed. Expanding into the town office was the best financial option but even though we gave the facts and figures to the public, they would not accept it.” Programs will be cut and summer staff reduced, she said. “We will get together as a board to make the final decisions,” she said. Aitken was pleased with the voter turnout, although she believes it would have been beneficial if county residents could have voted, as well. “Fifty per cent of our patrons live in the county,’ she said. The library board chair stressed the importance of libraries to the communities they serve. “I have read that 40 per cent of Albertans read at a Grade 6 level.
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The bedding plants all stood, stately, proud and only slightly wilted. “Let’s plant,” said the man in charge. He was organized and ready. He was armed with the proper tools; a trowel, a shovel, good black dirt, and most importantly, knowledge. We knew he knew Treena Mielke stuff about planting; On The Other Side where, when and how, and we humbly accepted that. We were here only to help, or at the very least, stay out of the way. I stood on the front step, holding a soft, sweet baby in my arms, watching the man and his work crew. Despite the work yet to be done, I felt good for no other reason than just because. It was a soft evening in summer. The sun was a pale yellow globe still visible over the stately Rocky Mountains, a few wispy white clouds were clothes pinned into a baby blue sky and, across the street in the playground, children’s laughter floated like silver notes on a carefree, gentle breeze heading nowhere in particular. Supper was over and the kitchen was a jumble of unwashed dishes, cluttered counters and haphazardly stacked pots and pans. No wonder I was happy. I was outside on the step, not inside in that dark and dreary place. I, being the grandma, said I would stay inside and watch the children, of course, cleaning up the kitchen in the meantime, supervising play and just being generally overall, efficient, and, grandma-like while the adults planted the flowers. It didn’t happen. The mom ignored my offer. “Do you want to help plant?” she said to her little boys, who really had no knowledge about such things and had only just finished being rock stars, one strumming enthusiastically on a miniature guitar and the other banging on a tiny drum set. “What!” I thought, silently to myself. “Doesn’t she realize planting is an adult thing? We (actually, the man in charge) have to get the flowers placed just right. And I have to get the dishes done and get the children in their pajamas and make sure they brush their teeth.” Apparently, she didn’t know that. And because she didn’t, or, if she did, chose not to make that knowledge a priority, I have to say thank you. Thanks for being a mom wise enough to know dishes and rules and bedtime can wait, but childhood can’t. And, thanks for reminding me, who sometimes finds myself being an old school grandma, that planting seeds and nurturing them accordingly is not always about flowers. And so it came to be another generation was added to the planting crew, bringing with them their laughter, their innocence and their absolute delight in all God’s creatures, great and small. “Andrea,” said my grandson, incredulously. “Look at that worm,” as he carried a shovel full of dirt containing the wiggly creature over to his new-found friend. She, being a smart lady, admired the worm appropriately, before it was patted carefully back into the black earth with instructions given to the man in charge not to plant over it. The boys got in the way and out of the way. Mostly they did what boys do best. They spread the dirt around; on the sidewalk, their faces, their hands and their hair. I sat the baby down on the silky green grass and shared smiles with him for awhile, before his mom carted him off to the playground. The sun dipped lower and the hush of evening signaled the end of another day. And, surprisingly, in spite of the interruptions and the best laid plans which got all mixed up and didn’t happen, the bedding plants got planted just like they were supposed to. It was good. It was better than good. It was great!
Provincial crop reports positive for Canadian Prairies farmers While Plant 2013 has caught up to more production this year than the historical average pace in West2012/13, meaning more export ern Canada, wet weather continues competition. More output from to push fieldwork farther and farther the Black Sea region and Europe down on the calendar in the United is making up a fair amount of the States. This in mind, producers south gain. In fact, the number one exof the 49th parallel have to decide if porter, America, is expected to see they should plant an early maturity its share of the global wheat export corn, switch those acres to soybeans, trade drop from 20.3 per cent last or give the acres up for “Prevented year to 17.6 per cent in 2013/14. A Planting” insurance. The market conrecord wheat crop is expected by Brennan Taylor sensus seems to be that about three our Canadian producers and with FarmLead to five million acres of corn may not northern U.S. states under spring/ get planted, potentially removing at durum wheat planting pressures, least 500 million bushels of producAmerican buyers will likely look tion from the supply and demand balance sheet. north of the border to source more supply. Continuing on food sourcing issues, the largAs such, due to the late start and delayed progress of the crop, new crop prices have been est pork processor in China is buying the largcreeping higher. This may continue until we have est American pork producer, Smithfield Foods. a better understanding of exactly what sort of “Safe” food in the Asian Supernation is becomcondition the fields are in, likely toward the end ing an increasing concern, especially amongst of June or early July. Ultimately, with fewer corn the growing 350 million-person middle class. acres being planted in the U.S. and instead, more It’s more than clear that China is focused on soybeans going in, this smaller supply will likely securing resources for future consumption. support wheat prices as it’s often seen as a decent Whether it’s land in Australia, corn from the feed substitute for corn. Furthermore, the USDA Ukraine, energy in Canada, or now meat from sees feed usage increasing from last year’s num- the U.S., China will likely continue its spending spree to guarantee the people of the republic are bers, indicating the demand will be there. Nonetheless, the U.S. winter wheat crop is provided for. I mean, come on — a billion people who are still hardly into harvest as, again, the weather has created problems for both fieldwork and the risk unable to secure their most basic needs is not of disease. Here in the Canadian Prairies, pro- a good thing. History shows that people rise up vincial crop reports have shown that the majority and become more aggressive when hungry. Brennan Turner is originally from Foam of producers are seeing positive crop development with mostly warm temperatures and some Lake, Sask., where his family started farming the decent rains. Southern Manitoba continues to be land in the 1920s. After completing his degree in fairly wet (and recently under a freeze watch) as economics from Yale University and then playthey’ve been getting hit by the storm cell that’s ing some pro hockey, Mr. Turner spent some time also been hitting the northern states (Minnesota, working in finance before starting FarmLead. South Dakota, and North Dakota) so hard — also com, a risk-free, transparent online grain marwhere almost one million acres of corn that were ketplace. His weekly column is a summary of his free, daily market note, the FarmLead Breakfast supposed to go into the ground but won’t now. On the international front, the 10 largest ex- Brief. He can be reached via email b.turner@ porters will likely have about 36 million tonnes farmlead.com) or phone (1-855-332-7653).
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Drunk driver faces variety of charges In the past two weeks the Rimbey RCMP responded to 80 calls for service, consisting of child abuse, domestic assaults, thefts, mischiefs and break and enters. A 35-year-old resident of Rimbey was impaired when he crashed into his neighbour’s car while trying to park his truck. The suspect, believing it was the neighbour’s fault for being so inconsiderate as to park legally on the public road in front of his own house, threatened to kill the neighbor. The suspect is facing uttering threats, impaired driving and driving while unauthorized charges. If convicted this will be his fourth impaired driving conviction. Downtown thefts On June 4 a newer blue Ford F150 was used in the attempted theft of an ATM at a local hotel. The same night a repair shop across from the post office was broken into and several chainsaws were stolen. The investigation into these events is ongoing. Lock up your bikes In the past few weeks the RCMP have received several reports of bicycles being stolen. Two suspects have been identified and charges are pending in some of the thefts. Please ensure that bicycles are not left in front yards unattended. Pursuit ends with police dog’s help On May 25, a man stole a Bobcat
from Rimbey, using a stolen truck from Saskatchewan. A pursuit of the suspect ensued, involving numerous neighboring detachments. A spike belt and police dog were deployed and Kenneth Fawcett, 32, of Lethbridge was arrested. He is facing numerous charges related to this offence, he was also wanted on numerous warrants from across Alberta. Fawcett has been remanded in custody. Domestic violence incidents A 30year-old woman is facing assault charges after attacking her ex-boyfriend. In another case of domestic violence, a 64-year-old man is facing charges after breaching a no contact order against his ex-wife after a previous assault charge. The Victim Services Unit is assisting the RCMP. Library vote turns nasty The recent library relocation debate has taken a turn for the nasty, as an unknown suspect or suspects damaged a vehicle belonging to a person on the Yes side. The investigation is ongoing. If you have any information regarding this or any other crimes, call the Rimbey RCMP at (403) 8432224 or Crime Stoppers 1-800-2228477, #8477 on Telus Mobility or *8477 on Rogers AT&T. Crime Stoppers is a community program that does work. Do your part and call now.
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West Country Outreach Grad Class of 2013! Outreach students graduate with pride By Treena Mielke The West County Outreach School 2013 graduation and awards night was a gala affair, punctuated with laughter, tears and, most of all, an overall sense of pride and accomplishment. The graduation ceremony May 31 at Rimbey Community Centre, was well attended by relatives and friends who came to pay tribute not only to the grads, but to the well deserving students who received awards. Graduate Kelly Hitchner, winner of the Lois Holmes Memorial Award, gave a moving tribute to the staff at West Country Outreach. Hitchner spoke about the many hurdles she had to cross before finally achieving her goal of graduating. Her father died in 2011 and she became unexpectedly pregnant the following year. Determined to pursue her education, she approached the Outreach School, a decision that turned out to have a positive effect on her life. “I had lost hope and lost belief in myself but when I went to the Outreach School I realized there were several students there actually doing work.” She was surprised and delighted to receive encouragement and support from the teachers at the Outreach School. “I really needed someone to believe in me and the teachers there really do care. They go above and beyond.” Amber Hester, an assistant superintendent with Wolf Creek Public Schools, said the Outreach School’s theme, Hold onto Your Memories, was one of the best grad themes she had encountered. “”As you leave here tonight you will be taking 12 years of memories with you and you will have contributed to 12 years of memories of the people in our school system, your communities and, of course, your families. “May you always look back at your school years and feel a sense of achievement and pride. Cherish your graduation day as well as you parents, community and school staff that have helped you along the way.” Hester wished the students good luck with the next phase of their life’s adventure. “There are so many more memories to make.” Trudy Bratland, chair of Wolf Creek Public Schools, commended the grads for a job well done. “The diploma that you have worked so hard to achieve may mean the difference between being successful in a job or further education application and not achieving that goal so easily.” She said the theme seemed appropriate for a graduating class. “Although the song is a new one for me, it certainly speaks to the idea that while you are all starting on a new path in your lives, you appreciate your past experiences and the people who have helped you form your memories, whether they be good or bad — they are learning experiences.”
Graduates Thomas Anglin, Mikhaela Grundy, Alexis Stewart and Nick Jones were among the graduates from West Country Outreach School who took part in the ceremonies held at the Rimbey Community Centre, May 31.
Right: West Country Outreach School graduates Maddie Shippy, Michelle Harris and Carly Jones take a moment for a group photo.
Above: Graduate Kelly Hitchner, who received the Lois Holmes Memorial Award, shares a hug with principal Alva Holiday during the graduation ceremonies, May 31. Right: Graduate Jesse Milin and Quinn Adams enter the gymnasium through the archway set up at the entrance for the grads and their escorts. Photos by Treena Mielke
The Rimbey Review, June 11, 2013 7 Good times: Rimbey Junior Senior High School principal Tim Lekas serves high school students during the school’s spring barbecue held June 6. Treena Mielke
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West Country Outreach Awards Students exceed goals at awards ceremony By Treena Mielke Thomas Anglin stole the limelight at the West Country Outreach School’s graduation and awards ceremonies, walking off the stage with four academic awards. The soft-spoken graduate, his red hair partially covered by a classy black top hat, received awards for English 30-1, social 30-1, math 30-1 and senior high science.
Emcee Dave Robertson said it was remarkable that Anglin’s work was at such a level teachers unanimously agreed he was an easy choice for the awards. “I’ve been teaching since 1995 and I cannot remember another student ever setting such lofty goals for themselves and far exceeding them,”
the teacher added. Robertson noted Anglin was also an important part of the school environment and a great contributor to the culture at the school. Graduate Kelly Hitchner, who won the Lois Holmes Memorial Award, presented to a student who demonstrates perseverance, over-
comes obstacles and places education as a priority, received accolades from principal Alva Holliday. “This award is about tearing down the walls, climbing through the rubble, forgetting the struggle, but remembering the experience, because this is what shapes your character and this girl did that,” she said. Recognition also went to Nick Jones who won the Rimbey Fish and Game Award, Tabi Vanderburg who won the outdoor leadership award and Maddie Shippy who won the purpose and perseverance award. The work experience award was won by Taylor Hunkeler and the post-secondary trades award went to Madi Zacharuk. Best effort for Grade 10 was won by Isaiah Okeynan, Grade 11, Jeffrey Matson and Grade 12, Michelle Harris. Emily Lee won the social studies 30-2 award and Aylish Anglin won the junior high citizenship award. Sabrina Goetz was the junior high student of the year, Taylor Snell won the citizenship award and Dalin Olson was the senior high student of the year. The ambassador of the school award went to Alexis Stewart. Kohlbi Alexandre won the parent council draw and the horse raffle was won by Curtis Lay. Taylor Hunkeler receives the work experience RAP award. Photos by Treena Mielke
Madi Zacharuk received the post-secondary trades award from teacher, Shelley Dyrland.
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Transmission lines affect power bills Dear Editor: I received correspondence recently with respect to the actual costs of the above ground HVDC transmission lines being built in Alberta. These lines, as most of us know, have had a significant impact on our monthly power bills. Wildrose environment and utilities critic, Joe Anglin, has compared the costs of the Heartland transmission line to an underground project underway in other North American jurisdictions. The concern was that Anglin, the RimbeyRocky Mountain House-Sundre MLA, had stated the underground option would have been the lower cost option. This was in fact not the case, he was showing the Heartland line’s costs are out of line by comparison to a higher cost option of burying the lines. Anglin is simply making the comparison of the Blackstone Group LP/Transmission Developers Inc. 65 mile HVDC underground/under-
water 500 kV transmission line in NY State vs. Alberta’s aerial Heartland transmission line. The underground Blackstone transmission line is called the Champlain/Hudson transmission line, and it is estimated to cost $6.84 million CDN per mile vs. the Heartland’s $14.5 million CDN per mile. The contradiction (or irony) is obvious to all industry experts. In theory, buried lines cost more, so why is the Heartland line nearly double the cost of a buried line? In June 2012 Transmission Facilities Cost Monitoring Committee reported the cost of the Heartland transmission line has increased from $14.5 Million CDN to $15.5 million CDN per mile. After meeting with stakeholders recently, Anglin and Official Opposition leader Danielle Smith have been told to expect the next Transmission Facilities Cost Monitoring Committee
Report for 2013 to show costs will continue to rise. The Alberta government has refused to address the issue of why these above ground lines are costing far more than buried lines would cost, even though this defies logic. A study done by TransCanada has confirmed that Albertans are paying two to three times what it costs to build transmission lines in other jurisdictions. As the Official Opposition, it is the responsibility of the Wildrose to question these figures and to draw attention to the outrageous costs Albertans are paying to build these transmission lines. The cost of these lines is reflected in the
ever- increasing bills consumers in Alberta are facing. The added fees and surcharges have accounted for the lion’s share of the total bottom line you see each and every month. These extra charges amount to 70 per cent of your current bill regardless of your actual usage. We all need to hold the Alberta Government to account for this unnecessary and rising expense. These expenses ultimately can be, and have been, the difference between people remaining in their homes and being unable to sustain themselves. It’s time somebody started answering for that. Rick Strankman
Rimbey Ratepayers Association alive and well Dear Editor: What has happened to the Rimbey Ratepayers Association? First let us reiterate why the association was formed. After seeing evidence of serious misuse of public funds by members of the past council, a group of concerned individuals joined forces to inform the general public of those abuses. The results, which are well known, was a complete change in council membership. Since then, the RRA has gone into a watching
and waiting mode. We have seen no evidence from the present council of public funds being spent for personal gain, pleasure or political influence. It should be noted by all members of the community no council can be all things to all people and, for them to serve the public in the best possible manner, it is essential for the public to interact with their council by providing constructive advice and encouragement. With the approaching October municipal election, it is the proper time for people to become involved by either accepting the responsibility of offering themselves as candidates, or assist-
Disconnect with election site Dear Editor: I found something interesting with the website the Vote No supporters are using, rimbeyelection2013.com, which has a problem with money moving out of our local economy as is evidenced by the disdain for giving the town office to a provincial organization. That site is registered with a small American company, littleoak.net, based in Torrance, Calif., which means the creator is moving his money out of country. A quick search identifies this person as “Democracy Fighter,” an interesting name that could imply he fights against democracy. It seems this person thinks they are a superhero or something WILL BE OPEN FROM but fortunately he made TUESDAY TO SATURDAY a mistake. I can positively identify this “su5:00 pm – 9:30 pm perhero” using domain name lookup tools as he forgot he has other websites on his server registered as David Karroll. FOR RESERVATIONS CALL So David, do you 403.843.2999 practice what you preach? 5501 50th Avenue (West of Hospital) Ben Nesbitt
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ing those persons who propose to accept the responsibilities involved in public service. It is important we all get involved for the best interests of our community. Some reading that in our minds should be mandatory for all persons, be they voters or prospective candidates, is Thirteen Ways to Kill Your Community written by MLA Doug Griffiths. This book is readily available in our municipal library. It would appear we in Rimbey have been following the negative
points outlined in this book for quite some time now. It is time for all of us to get involved. The executive of the RRA encourages everyone wanting to turn around this negativity to become involved. Watch for future information regarding meetings and public conversation in the Review or on our website www.rimbeyratepayers. ab.ca . Earl D. Giebelhaus, on behalf of the RRA executive
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Parkland Beach gets facelift Submitted The Friends of the Lake Front (FOLF) is a group of volunteers who prepared a beach enhancement plan for Parkland Beach located within the Summer Village of Parkland Beach (SVPB). The SVPB Council reviewed and approved this three-stage beach enhancement plan. The plan includes: A playground for both youth as well as for tots The installation of additional paths/walkways on the lake front Setting a lookout platform at the waters edge (to permit viewing of the shoreline habitat) Building an additional restroom at the North end of the beach Working with Alberta Sustainable Resource Development (ASRD) and other regulatory bodies to establish a second swimming area at the north end of the beach And other projects that will enhance the lakefront while maintaining the areas critical to the wildlife near the beach. This is to be done with no added burden to the taxpayers of the area. FOLF joined forces with the Westlake Community Society (WCS) to work as an autonomous
committee within their umbrella. WCS has been extremely supportive of our objectives and has actively participated in fund raising endeavors. The group initially met with Ponoka County, applied for grants, while keeping the council of the Summer Village of Parkland Beach apprised. Ponoka County stepped up to the plate and hit a home run and made the new playground a reality, the Summer Village of Parkland Beach stepped up and made the tot playground possible. These two single items on their own have helped make the South Beach a hub of fun for the young visitors and parents at the beach. The Sunnyside Poulsen’s Pasture Community Association, another nearby community, as well as various private donors have made us the recipient of their donations as a gesture of their support. Two grants were received, one from the Spirit program for the planning and designing of the lookout platform, and the other from the Community Facility Enhancement Program for the construction of the restrooms at the north end of the beach, and to assist in the maintenance of our boat launching jetty/pier. The most recent grant cheque was hand delivered on May 17 by David C. Dorward, MLA for Edmonton-Goldbar on behalf of the Alberta Cul-
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Tickets can also be picked up at The Jones Boys Saddlery and Western Wear (Ponoka, Red Deer) or any Stampede Director
ture Minister Heather Klimchuk. A substantial amount of money is needed to complete the work as planned. FOLF volunteers have worked hard to make the beach pleasant for all ages while respecting the wishes
of Summer Village residents. Working in conjunction with, the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO), ASRD and surrounding communities will ensure this beach will be enjoyed for years to come.
Power outage: High winds in Parkland Beach blew a tree over onto the power lines starting a fire with sparks flying. Rimbey Fire Department was called but to the scene but the flames had died out by the time they arrived. Fortiss cut the power off temporarily. APN Photo DO YOUR PART
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Saturday, June 22, 2013 By June Norvila The Bentley Generals Senior AAA hockey team has a second Allan Cup championship to celebrate and wants to acknowledge the great support they have from sponsors, fans, volunteers, and families. They are hosting a family celebration with a Bentley Generals team and staff parade on Saturday, June 15 starting at 5 p.m. in downtown Bentley where supporters will have a chance to see them and cheer. The parade will be followed by a free family barbecue with all the trimmings at the Bentley Arena on the ice surface. The Allan Cup will be in attendance and there will be a “meet and greet” with chances for photo taking and autograph signing. MP Blaine Calkins will make a presentation, and a Powerpoint presentation showing team highlights is planned. A dance with a deejay will round out the evening. Some Bentley Generals merchandise may be available for sale. The Generals first won the cup in 2009 and are the first Alberta team to win it more than once.
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REAL ESTATE Selling Totally Unreserved in the County of Red Deer the SW 7-38-3 W5M being 155 Acres M/L. 40 Acres in Hay, the Balance in Barley with 5 Wire Fencing. $3,400.00 Oil Lease is Due in December and will go to the Purchaser $3,800.00 Lease is up for renewal to be negotiated by the Purchaser. Taxes: Approx. $455.00. Land Located: 4 Miles South of Hwy #11 on the Diamond Valley Road, 2 Miles West & 3/4 Mile South on Rge Rd 40. Real Estate Transaction are being Handled by Morrison Realty (403) 783-0556 Real Estate Terms & Conditions: 10 % Down on Sale Day. Balance & Legal Possession on or before July 22, 2013. Vacant Possession Upon Removal of the 2013 Crop If Balance is NOT RECEIVED by July 22, 2013 the Deposit will be Forfeited as Liquidation Damages.
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AC 7060 2wd Tractor c/w Dual PTO, Showing 5430 Hrs AC 7040 2wd Tractor c/w Dual PTO, Showing 6340 Hrs AC D21 Series II 2wd Tractor 3 - JD D 2wd Tractors (1 Complete & 2 For Parts) HAYING
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Music: Rimbey Amnesty Group held an African evening at the Rimbey United Church which included a delicious African meal followed by entertainment from Rimbey Community Chorus who sang some rousing African songs, complete with actions. Treena Mielke Photo
Rimbey fundraises for Zimbabwe’s women
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The following is the speech given by Jean Keetch at the Rimbey AI group’s African evening. A large crowd attended the African meal prepared by the Rimbey AI group, the Rimbey United Church Women, and friends of those two groups.
Grace Lutheran Church Bentley - ELCIC Sunday School 11 a.m.
4th Sunday of the month 5 p.m.
Church 403-748-4455 5 miles west, 1.5 miles south,
1 mile west of Bentley “Sharing New Life in Christ”
Rimbey New Life Fellowship Sunday 10:30 a.m. Children’s Church 11:30 a.m. Midweek Service - Wednesday 7 p.m. Ladies Meeting Friday 2 p.m. Pastor Reg Darnell 403-843-3336 (Office) 403-782-2694 (Home) 5038 - 49 Ave. Multiple listing service
Church of the Nazarene, Rimbey Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m. (on Radio 93.3 FM) 5214-51 Street, Phone: 403-843-2029 Pastor Dave MacMillan
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Over 3000 sq ft of living space, built in 2007, shows pride of ownership throughout. 4 bdrms, 3 bath, top of the line appliances. Completely ﬁnished up & down, main ﬂoor laundry. Great view, 2 heated garages. $389,900 Call Wendy.
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Good starter or revenue home lots of improvements including windows and furnace and hot water system. Call Jeff $159,900
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Service & Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. 4th Sunday Family Service: 11:00 a.m. Reverend David Holmes: 403-843-2502
Stuart Adams: 403-843-6164 or Arlene Edwards: 403-843-6077 www.churchofepiphany.ca
Th e Rimbey Seventh-Day Adventist Church Saturdays
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Zion Lutheran Church Lutheran Church Canada Divine Service at 10:30 4521 - 54th Ave. Rimbey Pastor Al Lewis Office - 403-843-2767 Home - 403-843-2240
Rimbey Christian Reformed Church 5506-51 Ave Service at 10:00 a.m.
Located Close To Rimbey. 2.19 acres 2001 Modular Home, 3 bdrms, 2 bath, addition with a wood stove, all appliances. Det garage, green house, well treed & private. Call Wendy $229,900
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Large family home in Bluffton with detached heated triple plus garage lots of parking full basement lots of trees and more ONLY $249,900. Call Jeff.
Large Acreage close to Rimbey 1308 sqft home large heated shop with 2 additions fully ﬁnished paved driveway park like setting very private. Quick Possession $595,000. Call Jeff.
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The Rimbey AI group took on a long term project a few years ago. That project is WOZA or Women of Zimbabwe. Tonight is the fourth time we have put on a fund-raiser of this type, where all the funds donated by those attending, have gone directly to WOZA. We had hoped that by this time we would have some progress to report on the situation in Zimbabwe, but it continues to be a repressive, difficult situation for its citizens. (WOZA) was formed in 2003 as a non-violent women’s movement. It has four main goals: • to provide women from all walks of life with a united voice to speak up about issues that affect them, • to empower female leadership in pressing for solutions to the current crisis, • to encourage women to stand up for their rights and freedoms and to lobby and advocate on the issues affecting women and their families. The organization estimates its membership at 85,000, consisting of both female and male members from across Zimbabwe. Continued on page 22
Roman Catholic Church Mass Times:
Saturday Evening: Sunday Morning: Sylvan Lake - 5:00 p.m. Rimbey - 9:00 a.m. Sylvan Lake -11:00 a.m. Last Sunday of every month: Sylvan Lake 9:00 a.m. Rimbey 11:00 a.m. Parish Priest: Father Gabriel Udeh Administration Offi ce: 403-843-2126; Aft er Hours Emergency Cell: 403-963-0954
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Cattle rancher to run for county
By Treena Mielke A dedicated volunteer, recently recognized provincially, has decided to throw her hat into the political ring. Nancy Hartford, who has a cattle ranch with her husband Wayne west of Rimbey, will let her name stand as a candidate for a Ponoka County councillor in the upcoming fall election. “I have been thinking about it for a couple of years,” she said. Hartford, who was raised on a farm southwest of Medicine Hat, moved to the Rimbey area in 1990. She and her husband have 40 cow/ calf pair operation. Being raised in rural Alberta and continuing with that lifestyle has Nancy Hartford given her an understanding about Ponoka County the issues and concerns prevalent to councillor candidate people living in the country. “I’m sure I’m concerned about unteers for Central Alberta Racethe same issues other rural Alber- way. She has been on the board for tans are,” she said. “Maintaining the the junior B hockey team in Rimbey, roads in the summer and the winter served on the last West Hall Board, and keeping taxes low. I also want to and been part of the Rimbey Booster see responsible development in the Club for the Christian School. county.” She has one adult son, Paul, who Hartford, who considers herself a also lives in Ponoka County. bean counter, has not been a player Hartford’s family supports her in municipal politics but is confident decision to run for county council she is up for the challenge. and she is confident she would enjoy “It will be a learning curve but I the position. am a fast learner,” she said. “I think I would do a good job.” In 2012, Hartford, who is chairman of the 403-843-2217 Office Rimbey FCSS and has Shirley Hough served for more than Cell: REAL ESTATE 16 years as member on (A Division of Eskdale Holdings Ltd.) 403-783-1961 Multiple Listing Service the board, received the Family and CommuFULLY TREED 40 ACRES, pavement, over 900 sq. nity Support Services ft. 1 bedroom country cottage. Great garden spot, Award of Merit. root cellar, outbuildings. $219,900 Peggy Makofka, 8 ACRES, S.W. RIMBEY, 5 bedroom home, cattle executive director for shelters, corrals, etc. Owners motivated, all for Rimbey FCSS, said $325,000 and it includes the Hot Tub! Hartford contributes 3.57 OR 2.7 ACRES backs onto the creek, 2-3 in Rimbey and prominutes to Rimbey, ready for you to build on. vincially through her $109,000 each!! volunteer efforts and is 4 BEDROOM, 3 bath, home, garage in Rocky able to instill rural valMountain House. $364,500. ues through her leadership. 80 ACRES - Peaceful, location, creek, trees and open Hartford also volareas. $149,000.
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Bentley athletes dominate sports scene
High school zones champions Fourteen grades 10 to 12 athletes from Bentley School competed in track and field zones on May 22 in Stettler and came away winning the 1A Zones Championship with 128 points. Second place had 72 points. Seven students qualified for provincials in Calgary June 7 and 8. Grade 9 track meet Eleven Grade 9 students from Bentley School went into Red Deer and came home with the small school championship by accumulating 64 points as a team. Second place finished with 23 points. Rachel Hyink finished second overall in girls’ aggregate. The Grade 9 girls team finished third overall behind Lindsay Thurber and Hunting Hills. Wolf Creek Track Meet Grade 7 to 9 students from Bentley School went to Ponoka to compete in the Wolf Creek Track and Field Championship June 4. They came home with the banner for the fourth year in a row winning by only four points. Kaitlin Swartz finished first overall for grade 7 girls’ aggregate. Dylan MacKenzie finished second overall for Grade 7 boys aggregate. Rachel Hyink finished first overall in Grade 9 Girls Aggregate, setting a new record in high jump of 1.55 metres beating the 1982 record of 1.52 meters. Victoris Pacholko finished second overall for Grade 9 girls.
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Bentley School students won 1A track and field zones in Stettler with 128 points. In the back row is Stephen Lush (coach), Kolton Hueppelsheuser, Carson Schneider and Kai Poffenroth. In the middle row are Tyson Hueppelsheuser, Cassandra Ruud, Peter Mueller, Nicole Scott, Shenoah Reban, Savanna Spendiff, Alyssa Hyink and Hayley Bickford. In the front are Falon Vert and Hayley Lush. Photo submitted
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Bentley School won the small school championship in Red Deer. In the back row are Montana Millar,Victoria Pacholko, Alex Bolton, Billie Ruud, Chris McLaren, Kyle Adair, Nina Boettger, Mr. Lush (coach), Harley Whitfield. In the front row are Jayde Rehbein, Angel Ruttan, Rachel Hyink and Ashley Cumming. Photo submitted
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Back row left to right: Coach-Chris Weiss, Assistant Coaches-Gary Tkacik, Rick Boyce, Arna Schatschnieder Middle Row left to right: Ashley Weiss, Keely Park, Sydney Burchnall, Oilvia Kwaife, Shay Boyce, Mac Tkacik, Jayda Schatschnieder, Tia Hopper, Shelby Lane
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By Treena Mielke Up and coming young fastball players are sporting gold medals after winning a tournament in Stettler recently. The Rimbey Dynamite Squirts team truly seems to be in a league of their own this year. The girls, in the U12 age category, were undefeated all season and their uninterrupted winning streak continued into the tournament. Coach Chris Weiss said he was not “overly surprised” with the gold medal. “They have been improving every year,” he said. Weiss said the girls have a winning attitude. “They all work really well together, they all get along and they all want to be there. Weis, who has coached the team for three years, gave credit to the parents, as well. “The parents work with them at home.” The Squirts defeated Sedgwick 15 – 9, Stettler 11 – 7, Elnora, 15 – 9, Lacombe 13 – 8 and Clive 10 – 7 to win the gold medal. The Squirts are hosting provincials in Rimbey July 5, 6 and 7. The tournament will include 12 teams from throughout Alberta. Weiss said the tournament will feature some excellent young players. “It is a good way to showcase our community and our athletes,” he said. A fundraising barbecue will be held June 14 from 11 - 2 p.m. in the Co-op parking lot for the tournament.
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Leonard Bachelder On May 31, 2013, Len passed away in his 96th year, after a brief illness. A lifelong Alberta resident, Len relocated to North Bay in 2007 to spend his remaining years with his family. He is survived by his son Trevor, daughter-in-law Laurie, and grandchildren Leah and Eden. Len was predeceased by his wife of 60 years, Jeanne D’Arc (Boisjoli) formerly of Trochu, Alberta. Len was the last surviving member of a large homesteading family of 12 and, in his later years, served as the elder statesman of the extensive western branch of the Bachelder family tree. At various times throughout his life he worked as a miner, logger, camp cook, trapper, hunter, salesman, and newspaper editor - whatever was necessary to provide for his family. His many poems and stories recorded the life experiences he enjoyed (and endured) growing up, surviving the tough times of the depression years on the prairies, and his lifelong love of nature. Following cremation, his remains will be interred alongside Jeanne at the Edenbrook cemetery in Calgary at a private family service. He will be sadly missed by all his family and his many friends. The family wishes to express their appreciation to the caregivers at Marina Point and Nipissing Manor who so graciously helped him these last few years with the frustrations of living with a youthful mind in an aging body. Donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated as expressions of sympathy.
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AN ALBERTA OILFIELD construction company is hiring dozer, excavator, and labourer/rock truck operators. Lodging and meals provided. Drug testing required. Call Contour Construction 780-723-5051. CELEBRATIONS HAPPEN EVERY DAY IN CLASSIFIEDS
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NEWCART CONTRACTING LTD. is hiring for the upcoming turnaround season. Journeyman/Apprentice; Pipefitters; Welders; Boilermakers; Riggers. Also: Quality Control; Towers; Skilled Mechanical Labourer; Welder Helpers. Email: resumes @newcartcontracting.com. Fax 1-403-729-2396. Email all safety and trade tickets
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FERUS REQUIRES A Journeyman Heavy Duty Mechanic to join our growing team to service Ferus expanding fleet of tractor & trailer units at our Blackfalds & Grande Prairie bases. Requirements: Good working knowledge of heavy duty truck & trailer repairs, a CVIP inspection licence (or ability to obtain one), potential for overtime and on call work. Ferus offers: Competitive base salary & bonus incentive plan, shift rotation with accommodations provided or relocation allowance, excellent benefits package. Please email your resume to: humanresources @ferus.com or fax 1-888-879-6125. Reference: Ad # GP-0613-HDMJ. FULL-TIME AUTOMOTIVE Parts Counterperson required at NAPA, Vermilion, Alberta. Duties: Counter sales/inv control, order, receiving, merchandising. Requirements: 4 years auto/heavy duty parts supply/sales, managerial experience an asset. Computer literate and valid driver’s licence. Send resume: email@example.com INTERIOR HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR SCHOOL. No Simulators. In-the-seat training. Real world tasks. Weekly start dates. Job board! Funding options. Sign up online! iheschool.com. 1-866-399-3853.
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Community newspapers are thriving in a media environment where words like “community” and “hyper-local” are proving to be the keys to advertising success. The Alberta Weekly Newspapers Association is committed to providing advertisers with unsurpassed service and up-to-date information on each of the community newspapers served.
We are seeking an Advertising Traffic Coordinator, a support role to the Advertising Director. The successful applicant will be responsible for managing existing clients including market research, helping clients determine needs and providing proposals reflecting the suggested course of action, while ensuring accuracy of client bookings. Attention to detail, organizational skills, problem solving, teamwork and a personable disposition are necessary for a successful candidate.
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