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- Sylvan Laker Annalise Carlson bent forward to bump the ball while teammate Riley Forhan prepared for her hit during competition in the U16 category of the Alberta Volleyball Association youth beach tournament on the pier Saturday. The pair beat Erin Burrage and Tina Von Gunten from the Rimbey area 25-19 to advance to the next game. U14 and U18 competition took place Sunday, with U14 girls at Red Deer College due to an increase of about 30 teams this year. Final results weren’t available at press time. Watch for more pictures and information in next week’s issue. STEVE DILLS
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Special Events Bus trip to Rosebud Theatre: The Cotton Patch Gospel - Sylvan Lake Seniors’ Association is inviting those 55+ to join us for a trip on Aug. 7 or 14. For info or to book a seat, contact Maryan at 403-8875428 prior to July 15. Monday, July 1 - Canada Day events on the beach, organized by Rotary Club of Sylvan Lake. Drop by the Royal Canadian Legion for smokies and then participate in the March of Canadians at 2 pm ending at the pier for birthday cake. Fireworks in the evening. Monday, July 1 - Canada Day parade at Spruce View. Monday, July 1 - Canada Day celebrations at Historic Markerville Creamery Museum beginning at 10 am. Complimentary cake and coffee. Monday, July 1 - Canada Day celebration at Danish Canadian National Museum & Gardens in Dickson. Wear red and white. www.danishcanadians.com. Friday, July 5-Sunday, July 7 - 96th annual Benalto Fair and CPRA Pro Rodeo. Three days of hall exhibits, trade show, vendors, junior rodeo, wild pony races, horse showing classes and rodeo events. www. benaltoagsociety.ca. Friday, July 5 - Grand Opening of the new Summer Villages administration office, Bay 8, 14 Thevenaz Industrial Trail from 5-7 pm. Saturday, July 6 - Benalto Booster Club’s eighth annual Tailgate Sale from 10-3. Book a street spot now at Benalto Store 403-746-3775. Saturday, July 6 - Art At The Lake from 10 am to 5 pm in the Sunset Room at Best Western Hotel. Featuring hand blown glass, art, watercolor, oil and acrylic paintings, raku-fired and functional ceramics, forged metal work and lots more. For info call 403-748-2557. Saturday & Sunday, July 6-7 - Jonathon Walsh Memorial adult beach volleyball tournament and recreation grass tournament at the pier, organized by Red Deer College Alumni Association and Alberta Volleyball Association. Saturday, July 6 to Saturday, July 13 - Canadian Scout Jamboree 2013 at Camp Woods west of Sylvan. Over 6,500 youth, leaders and volunteers from across the country and around the world. Sunday, July 7 - Sylvan Lake Royal Canadian Legion Ladies Auxiliary breakfast at the Legion, 4916 50 Ave., 9 am to 1 pm. Saturday, July 13 - Sylvan Lake Customs and Classics seventh annual show and shine on the grass at Meadowlands Golf Club. 9 am to 4 pm. Spectators free, free parking, entry fee for participants. Concession, music, face painting, silent auction and more. For info Gord at 403-887-7047. Saturday, July 13 - Summer Village of Jarvis Bay annual information meeting begins at 10 am at the summer villages administration office, Bay 8, 14 Thevenaz Industrial Trail. Saturday, July 13 - Central Alberta Singles dance 8:30 pm at Penhold Hall. Music by Bob & Julie. Members and invited guests only; new members
welcome. Elaine 403-341-7653 or Bob 403-3047440. Sunday, July 14 - Æbleskiver & Jam at Danish Canadian National Museum & Gardens in Dickson. For a small price all you can eat Æbleskiver, a delicious, traditional Danish round pancake which is often eaten with a generous helping of jam topped off with icing sugar. Local musicians entertaining. www.danishcanadians.com Tuesday, July 16 - Senior’s Golf Tournament at Top O’ The Hill. Everone welcome. Register by July 9 at Sylvan Lake Seniors’ Centre. Info 403-887-5428.
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 403887-2961. 06/30/13 Sylvan Lake AA meetings. Tuesdays 7:30 pm Lions Hall; Sundays 8 pm Presbyterian Church (north door). For more information call male 403-8874470, 403-588-5491 or female 403-887-4297. Narcotics Anonymous meetings Thursday nights at 7:30 pm at Sylvan Lake Bethany Care, 4700 47th Ave. 06/30/13 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 Joan at 403-396-9371.
Will be missed - Youngsters gathered around Sue Charles to wish her well in retirement following an assembly at Poplar Ridge School last Friday. She’s been providing Band-Aids, magic cream, phone calls home and best of all lots of hugs to students for the past 23 years. During the afternoon Rylee Richels read the poem Angel at the Door, Grade 1 students starred in a video, Grade 4 students recited the poem “Sick” and Grade 2 students participated in a sing song “Four hugs a day, that’s the minimum”. BJ Moore, on behalf of the parent council, thanked Charles for her continued support and efforts “working with the council to make sure we met all of our goals”. Moore called her “an amazing ambassador for our school” and noted she’s the first and last person you see when you enter or leave the school. Luke Marshall and Jared Arnold were MCs. Members of the community and past students were invited to a come and go tea in the library later in the day. Charles will finish her tenure at the school tomorrow (Friday). Asked about retirement plans, she said she’ll likely stay around home, work in the yard, enjoy nature and camping, and continue volunteering at the school. “I’m coming back for more hugs.”
Weekly events Mondays - Parents Connecting Parents from 10-11:30 am. Open discussion, sharing tips and coffee. Children welcome. At Community Partners. Mondays - Toastmasters Sylvan’s Slick Speakers will remain active during the summer. Meeting at Sylvan Lake Alliance Church, 4404 47 Ave. from 7-8:15 pm. Our club is open to everyone wishing to improve their communication and leadership skills. For info call Ian Oostindie 403-887-0968. Tuesdays - Healthy Moms and Healthy Babes at Community Partners Association from 10-11:30 am. Join us for the opportunity to nurture you and your baby’s health (up to 12 months). Free childcare for older siblings. Guest speakers. Wednesdays - Sylvan Lake Community Food Bank issues hampers from 9:30 am to 12 noon. Located in basement of Seventh-day Adventist Church, 4607 47th Ave., Sylvan Lake. Contact 403-887-4534 in you are in need of assistance. Wednesdays - Free family swim from noon to 1 pm. Parents and preschool children invited to interact socially while engaging in activity at Sylvan Lake Aquatic Centre. Must pre-register with Giselle prior to first swim 403-887-9989. Thursdays - Sylvan Lake seniors bus to Red Deer. Pick-up 9:15 am. Returning to Sylvan 1:30 pm. Phone Mary 403-887-4579. Thursdays - Ladies of the Patch. 10-11:30 am. Does your partner work away for extended periods of time? Join us for open discussion, sharing tips, and coffee at Community Partners Association. Children welcome. Thursdays - Bingo at Sylvan Lake Seniors Centre. Precall at 6:30 bingo starts at 7 pm. Thursdays - TOPS Sylvan Lake chapter meets at Comfort Inn, Sylvan Lake. Weigh-in 7-7:30 pm followed by meeting. All welcome. For info call Kari 403-887-7850.
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Eckville women delivered trailer full of donations to flood relief by Stuart Fullarton Sylvan Lake News
When Tamara Lawrence and Tiphany Eliuk of Eckville learned of the devastation caused by flooding in Southern Alberta, they knew they had to do something to help. So, last Friday, they began gathering items to donate to relief efforts in Calgary, with the aim of delivering two truckloads of donations. Less than 48 hours later, they pulled into NeighbourLink in Calgary with a 25-foot trailer full of food, clothing and household items donated by people in Eckville, Sylvan Lake, Red Deer and Rocky Mountain House. “We were just going to go door-to-door and collect a few things, and then it ended up expanding,” said Lawrence. “I put it all over Facebook and all of a sudden I had people in Rocky Mountain House and Red Deer commenting that they wanted to donate.” With an overwhelming amount of people indicating their desire to help, Lawrence and Eliuk made the decision to set out Saturday morning to travel around the area and collect donations. Their trailer, donated by Rainy Creek Powersports in Eckville, sat outside grocery stores while they informed people of their cause. Some people donated after hearing through Facebook about the opportunity to help while others gave what they could as they left the stores.
Tiphany Eliuk and Tamara Lawrence collected donations for flood relief in Southern Alberta in front of No Frills in Sylvan Lake, Saturday. Lawrence said she was grateful to everyone who donated, and to No Frills management for allowing the pair to “bother” customers for donations. The majority of donations received came from No Frills customers, she said. SUBMITTED
“We went to No Frills (in Sylvan Lake) and I stood outside the door with a sign and quickly told everybody what we were doing,” said Lawrence. “There wasn’t one person that came out of No Frills without something. “It was phenomenal, I couldn’t believe it.”
Lawrence said the majority of people she encountered on Saturday were eager to help in some way. A young girl purchased a bottle of water and some baby food with the small amount of change she had on her, Lawrence explained. At No Frills, where the majority of donations were collected, every-
thing from toiletries to cat and dog food were received. Many blankets, towels and other personal items were also collected from donors at each of the stops made. Some people chose to give money to the cause, and by the end of Saturday, Lawrence and Eliuk had amassed over $600 in cash. They used that money to purchase more groceries and other needed items. Lawrence said that when the trailer arrived in Calgary, essential items such as water were in short supply at NeighbourLink. With the new donations, however, four pallets of water were left, and a separate room needed to be cleared for clothing. After a long day of collecting donations Saturday, delivering the trailer provided much satisfaction, said Lawrence, whose son Brady joined her for the occasion. “When we pulled up, it took about half an hour to unload,” she said. “We were only planning on taking maybe two truckloads, that was it, and it just flew off the roof. “We were very happy.” A friend of Lawrence and Eliuk’s from the Penhold area is continuing to collect donations, and has drop off areas set up around Central Alberta. For more information contact Lawrence at 403-373-1209.
Kids’ marathon concluded with a soggy walk from school to park by Steve Dills Sylvan Lake News
Over 600 people walked the final kilometre in drizzling rain last Thursday, as École Steffie Woima School wrapped up its marathon.
About 527 people registered for the marathon and along with parents and grandparents, walked from the school to Centennial Park to conclude the program which started in early March. Students were encouraged to incorporate walking as part of
their daily physical activity. They had to complete 41 kilometres by the second week in June. Participating students, after paying a registration fee of $5 ($15 for anyone else), were given a pedometer and a log sheet. The marathon was initiated
last year by school council chair Jennifer Bahler, who heard about it while attending a school council conference. There she met people from Cardston, which has Canada’s largest kids’ marathon with about 2,000 participants. She organized sponsors to help lower the registration price for students and provide funds for t-shirts and medals. It was decided the marathon would not be a fundraiser. Organizers did not want to distract students from the goal of increasing daily activity with their families. “Lots of people said we could make lots of
money, but we didn’t want that to be our focus,” said Bahler last year. Those who participated in the marathon received t-shirts and were presented with medals by Mayor Susan Samson and other sponsors when they reached Centennial Park. Everyone else who completed the final kilometre received a participant ribbon. A bike donated by Sylvan Agencies and Cast Away Sports was won by Grade 1 student Lachlan Brown in a draw of participants. Others were drawn as winners of a variety of donated items.
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Personal flood stories provide strong motive for preventive measures Reading stories about flood ravaged Southern Alberta we get just a glimpse of what hundreds of thousands of people are living through — the uncertainty, the pain and the grief. There have also been amazing stories of unselfish aid. We know, in the end people will persevere, pick up their lives and continue on their paths. It will take time, yet those memories will eventually dull. There’s been little loss of life — it’s just the ‘things’ that have been damaged and destroyed. We can consider ourselves blessed to live in a country where our neighbours are quick to come to our aid during emergencies. Communities rally around those who are displaced from their homes, those who have lost everything and those who have a long journey back to normalcy. Over the past five days we’ve watched massive amounts of support and aid pour into our part of the world. For those who have the ability to help, whether monetarily
or by volunteering, we applaud you for stepping up to lend assistance. As MLA Kerry Towle states, in her column below, “folks need our help”. We echo her comments about doing everything you can to support our neighbours. After people have had time to recover, there will be lots of talk about how to avoid similar disasters in our ultra-civilized country. The first shot over the bow came Tuesday when New Democrat Leader Brian Mason criticized the government’s handling of the 2006 Groeneveld report that was not released until 2012. “This week, former PC MLA George Groeneveld stressed that the strongest recommendation of his 2006 report was not to build houses or other buildings on flood plains,” said Mason’s news release. Groeneveld wrote the report after much of his riding flooded the previous year. We remember discussion of this topic — building on flood plains — in Ontario over 40
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years ago, yet it continues to happen. Watching television news, we’ve noted that Southern Alberta isn’t unique as far as flooding, but it is unique in protecting its residents. As neighbours rose to help, half a world away over 1,000 people have died in monsoon flooding and landslides in the northern India state of Uttarakhand. Thousands more are still stranded in high mountain passes in the temple town of Badrinath. A news report from that area stated, “hundreds of thousands of devout Hindus make a pilgrimage to Uttarakhand, visiting four of Hinduism’s holiest shrines in the state during the summer months. The tourists usually head down to the plains before the monsoon breaks in July. But this year, early rains
caught hundreds of thousands of tourists, pilgrims and local residents.” Rains washed away homes and roads, triggered landslides and cut off communications links. Sound familiar. Just weeks ago the story was Central Europe where the Elbe River had broken through several dikes in northern Germany, and the crest of the swollen Danube River had reached southern Hungary, and threatened Serbia. Only about 22 people have died in these floods, from reports we could find. A Financial Times report, commenting on the cost to insurance companies of Central Europe’s devastation, stated “the floods rank among the 10 most costliest on record worldwide”. These are just two examples of what’s taking place in the wider world. For those consummate watchers of television news they will remember other reminders of the force of Mother Nature and the devastation she wrecks. Think of
Manitoba or the Mississippi River which have been in the news in recent weeks. At Norglenwold’s annual information meeting Saturday, a representative from the Red Cross talked about emergency preparedness — a timely topic given events still unfolding at that time. He encouraged people to create their own plans and prepare for the potential of disaster. After all, as seen in Southern Alberta, many people only had seconds or, at most, a few minutes to grab what they could and evacuate. While we live in a community and in a country where people are quick to come to our aid, we must prepare ourselves as well. And following that theme, we believe there will be lots more ideas about how to mitigate future disasters. Are we prepared to consider and embrace the ideas that make sense? We certainly hope so.
Folks need our help; pitch in any way you can Everyone affected by this horrific disaster needs our help. We have no time to just sit in front of our televisions and exclaim how terrible it is — we must try to do something. So, I encourage you to think of how you can help your neighbour in need. Many people have lost their homes, their businesses and some have even lost family or friends. Anything you can do to help those in need at this time is most appreciated. Many folks got out with just the clothes on their backs and yet they have mortgages to pay, children to look after, car payments to make, businesses and equipment to recoup and on
and on. Maybe you can forgo some entertainment or treats for your own family this week and buy some water for your neighbour in need. Maybe you can make it a family effort to contribute in whatever way possible. Maybe your own business, service club or church can challenge other businesses, service clubs or churches across the province to a contest to raise the most dollars to help. Maybe you can adopt a family to take care of and help them get on their feet again. Whatever financial contribution you can make would be most appreciated. And if you are able to con-
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tribute bottled water, bug repellent and/or non-perishable snacks or other food items that do not require cooking or refrigerating, feel free to drop them off at one of our constituency offices and we will be sure to get the items to the people who need them. Maybe some of you can physically help with cleanup efforts. It may take a long time for some of these areas to be restored so cleanup is immi-
nent. Whatever you can do PLEASE DO IT! Donations and volunteering Financial donations may be made to Canadian Red Cross at 1-800-418-1111 (www.redcross. ca) or Salvation Army at 1-800725-2769 (www.SalvationArmy. ca/floodrelief) or by cheque to #2 Overlea Blvd., Toronto, Ontario M4H 1P4 or donate to other existing aid organizations. Only financial donations are required at this time. Calgary drop in centres may need volunteers - mainly at meal times. To find the location of the volunteer centres, or look for other opportunities to help,
check volunteercalgary.wordpress.ca. Cleaning up To volunteer to assist with the clean-up efforts, call 1-866628-6565. This is a toll-free line hosted by Samaritan’s Purse. Whatever you do, THANK YOU! Every effort towards helping your neighbours is DEFINITELY APPRECIATED! Constituency offices will be open Wednesdays and Thursdays to July 11 from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. to receive donations of bottled water, non-perishable food items and bug repellent at #18 4804 42 Avenue, Innisfail or 5006 50 Street, Sylvan Lake.
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TAKE NOTICE THAT on June 17, 2013 the Municipal Planning Commission (MPC) for the Town of Sylvan Lake approved the following application(s): Jeremy Reberger (o/a Platinum Taxidermy) for a Home Occupation Type â€˜Câ€™ â€“ Taxidermy on Lot 43, Block 8, Plan 012-4749 (27 Fulmar Close) Greg & Marianne Shannon for a rear yard setback relaxation on an existing detached garage on Lot 15, Block 3, Plan 022-6044 (96 Wildrose Drive) AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT on or before June 24, 2013 the Development OfÂżcer for the Town of Sylvan Lake approved the following application(s): RYDERS RIDGE Melissa Mackie for a deck on Lot 16, Block 8, Plan 122-2463 (24 RichÂżeld Crescent) LAKEWAY LANDING Alberta Garage Guy for a detached garage & deck on Lot 46, Block 7, Plan 032-4657 (23 Lodge Place) BEACON HILL Laebon Develop ments Ltd. for a single family dwelling, attached garage & deck on Lot 8, Block 13, Plan 112-4897 (21 Bowman Circle) WILLOW SPRINGS Brittany Leigh Persson for a Home Occupation Type â€˜Bâ€™ â€“ Wedding & Event Planning on Lot 32, Block, 1, Plan 032-4867 (124 Wilkinson Circle) HEWLETT PARK Michel Martins for a detached garage on Lot 3, Block 3, Plan 952-2993 (5 Harper Drive) Jose Muyot for basement development on Lot 21, Block 8, Plan 992-0238 (16 Herder Drive) STREETS Town of Sylvan Lake for a change in use - â€˜Parks & Playgroundsâ€™ (Dog Park) on Lot 1, Block 1, Plan 9826490 (4001 60 Street) INDUSTRIAL PARK Country Homes Ltd. for a change in use â€“ â€˜Automotive Servicesâ€™ on Lot 4, Block 5, Plan 02-4515 (102, 20 Cuendet Industrial Way) Telus Mobility Inc. for an accessory building on Lot 3, Block 1, Plan 862-2644 (1 Industrial Drive) 1427689 Alberta Ltd. for a change in use â€“ â€˜Indoor Merchandise Salesâ€™ on Lot 6, Block 5, Plan 052-0405 (2, 21 Beju Industrial Drive) Nancy Howard for a change in use â€˜Animal Servicesâ€™ (D-Tails Canine Centre) on Lot 1, Block 6, Plan 9221942 (2, 2 Erickson Crescent) AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT you may appeal Discretionary approvals to the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board, as provided for in Part 17, of the Municipal Government Act. Written statements relevant to the development and reasons for the appeal may be submitted to the Town of Sylvan Lake, Subdivision and Development Appeal Board, 4926 50 Avenue, Sylvan Lake, AB T4S 1A1 within 14 days following this publication. You may not appeal a Permitted Use unless it involves a relaxation, variation or misinterpretations of the Land Use Bylaw. For further information please contact the Development OfÂżcer at 887-2141. Dated at Sylvan Lake, Alberta, this 27th day of June, 2013. Development OfÂżcer, Town of Sylvan Lake
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Scaled back fireworks to go ahead by Steve Dills Sylvan Lake News
There’s good news and bad news on the Canada Day fireworks front. The pyrotechnics display in Sylvan Lake won’t be up to its usual calibre because some of the contractor’s main equipment “fell victim to flooding in a High River warehouse”, said the town’s communications officer, Joanne Gaudet, late Tuesday. “Not only was equipment affected, but so were their staff,” she said. And
Roof removed - Sylvan Lake firefighters worked to cut the roof off a Pontiac Sunfire after it rolled and landed on its side in the 3900 block on 50th Avenue about noon last Thursday. The vehicle hit a car parked beside the road before rolling. The lone female occupant suffered minor injuries and was released from hospital later in the day, said RCMP Cst. Michael Lee. No charges were laid as there were no witnesses to events leading up to the rollover. STEVE DILLS
Beautiful destination for all Albertans Dear Editor, warm weather and some beach we should become It took a long time, it cost a lot of money, it was a resort destination for all Albertans. Greg & Shirley Lindsay, tough for downtown businesses during construcSylvan Lake tion, but now that it is nearly completed we have a Editor’s Note: The lighthouse project is being wonderfully attractive green space and, hopefully, spearheaded by Rotary Club of Sylvan Lake and a well used Lakeshore boardwalk. other community groups. We must be the envy of many other towns across Canada. Kudos to the mayor, council, consultants and contractors who made it happen. With its extension to Marina Bay next year, the replacement of the lighthouse (I OUR DOOR TO YOURS – couldn’t find it in the MOBILE GLASS SERVICE town long range plan?) and the return of some Sylvan Lake: 403-887-6661 Eckville: 403-746-2975
Thanks to young girl who helped pick up trash Dear Editor, I am writting to bring your attention to a citizen I encountered last Friday morning. I was doing my morning rounds and found a bunch of papers and garbage scattered on CP trail. I started picking it up and at that point, a young girl with a flower in a pot walked by. She looked at me and then started to help pick up the trash. I just wanted to thank her and tell her what a great start to a great citizen. Rick Bullock, Sylvan Lake
Sylvan Lake was not the only show affected. “Our compromise is that Big Bang Fireworks will send an experienced technician and some fireworks to Sylvan Lake as planned, however, without the original equipment, the show will be smaller in scope and technique. The company has agreed to do this for us free of charge.” Additionally the town is planning another evening “for the full-out, larger-than-life, fireworks show and we will announce a date as soon as possible”, Gaudet said by email.
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Cocaine, marijuana and psilocybin were seized at a Sylvan Lake home after police executed a warrant, June 15. Red Deer’s Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit (CFSEU) concluded the investigation by laying charges against Donald Lubianesky, 53, and Shawna Mucci, 43. Each are charged with three counts of possession for the purpose of trafficking and one county of possession of property obtained by crime. With help from Sylvan Lake RCMP, the Red Deer unit searched the residence on 52nd Street. They seized 73 grams of cocaine, 800 grams of mari-
juana and 100 grams of psilocybin, along with drug trafficking paraphernalia and over $3,600 in cash, according to a news release from Sgt. Gerald Ouelett. The drugs have an estimated street value of over $16,000. “Our team is focused on disrupting this kind of criminal activity in Red Deer and the surrounding region,” said Ouellet. “This is another example of the results that can be achieved when police work together in communities both large and small.” Residents who have information related to organized and serious crime are encouraged to contact their local RCMP detachment or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (1-800-222-8477).
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Grade 9 students at Mother Teresa marked milestone in education lives by Steve Dills Sylvan Lake News
Memories of their journey so far and promises for the future were celebrated at École Mother Teresa Catholic School, last Wednesday, during the Grade 9 farewell and dance. Jeremiah Bojda,
Jason Wall and Kalan Weaver welcomed students, teachers, parents and friends. Memories of the past were presented by two students from each class - Kennedy Rolston and Sydney Scherger from 9B, Corry Grienke and Taylor Nixon from 9W, and Therese Hoven
and Hanna Wilkins from 9Z. Some remembered being together since Kindergarten, gaining a few new students and losing more than a few along the way. Others talked about the “crazy qualities” of their classmates. Mikayla Cumming
and Kyla Franco paid tribute to parents noting there’s no stronger bond between parents and their children. In her theme and farewell, Elora Rider talked about the feeling of awakening, not just academically. “Everyone seemed to blend into one large group, all had a balance that created fun, fun, fun.” Noting this accomplishment “is a small milestone in our lives,” said encouraged fellow students to “always know where you came from, you’re always welcomed back.” She concluded with the words of Mother Teresa. “We ourselves feel what we are doing is just a drop in the ocean. But the ocean would be less because of that missing drop.” A slide show followed. It was created by Matthew Ventura and Dakota Masson with Mme. Boyd. Each of the students was presented with a gift, a tradition which teachers put a lot of thought into each year. They were presented with a tile stamped with different virtues, a pen and pencil for survival in high school and a sucker or candy to signify always remember their childhood. Students who were given gifts included: 9B - Shaina Dockrill, Tyne-Marie Ganje,
Members of the Grade 9 classes at École Mother Teresa School were honoured at a celebration and farewell dance June 12, marking July 2013 the end of their education at the school and the next LOOK WHAT IS step in their journeys. Monday Tuesday STEVE DILLS
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More than 6,500 Canadian Scouting youth and volunteers will converge at Camp Woods, Sylvan Lake, for the ultimate Scouting experience — Scouts Canada 2013 Canadian Scout Jamboree (CJ’13). The largest gathering of Scouts in Canada, CJ’13 will provide youth aged 11 to 14, leaders and volunteers with a week of new experiences, friendships and adventures, July 6-13. “CJ’13 gives youth the opportunity to meet new friends, challenge themselves to try new things and explore the outdoors all while experiencing personal development and growth that only a jamboree experience can bring,” said Kaylee Galipeau, National Youth Commissioner and Chair of the National Youth Network, Scouts Canada. “It’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that brings together thousands of Scouts from across Canada.” During the week, jamboree participants will be involved in a number of activities including: camping, whitewater rafting, canoeing, snorkeling, hiking, zip lining, rappelling, archery, orienteering, raft building and much more. Some participants will also explore
some of Alberta’s attractions such as Calgary Stampede and West Edmonton Mall. Scouts Canada is also working with local authorities to investigate potential ways for jamboree participants to give support to Albertans in the wake of vast flooding that is taking place across the province. “Scouts are known for helping others,” said Andrew Price, Chief Commissioner and Chair of the Board of Governors for Scouts Canada. “We will have thousands of youth and adults coming to Alberta in just under two weeks, and we want to lend a hand where we can during our visit to this great province.” The CJ’13 theme is based on Four Worlds - West World, Atlantis, The Bone Yard and Sylvan Crusades — where Scouts take part in prehistoric-themed adventures including mountain explorations, castle raids and dives for sunken treasure. The weeklong event will feature live performances by Canadian musical comedy trio The Arrogant Worms and young bluegrass band The Abrams Brothers.
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- Mama Cindy’s Heritage Chili from Meadowlands Golf Course was the winner of the first annual Sylvan Lake Chamber of Commerce chili cook-off held June 14 during the Centennial meet and greet. Other entrants were Hazzard County’s Hazzardous Spicy Chili, Lakewood Golf Course’s Dark Side of Chili, Cities Gastro Pub’s Smoky Bison Cilantro Chili and Booster Juice’s Boilin’ Beer and Bean Chili Accepting the award were Lindsay Rutsch and Cindy Regier from Carley Strayski. Approximately 180 people tasted the various concoctions and then voted for their favourites. STEVE DILLS
Thursday, June 27, 2013 SYLVAN LAKE NEWS
Anderson’s environmental work recognized by Treena Mielke
Being mindful of looking after what nature has provided locally and on a global level and living her vision that women can be inspirational leaders has earned a Sylvan Lake environmentalist a Women of Excellence award. Beverly Anderson, deputy mayor of the Summer Village of Norglenwold, received the environment award at Red Deer & District Community Foundation’s sixth annual Women of Excellence awards gala. As well as being deputy mayor, Anderson is chairman of Sylvan Lake Art Society, Sylvan Lake Management Committee and Norglenwold Municipal Planning Commission. She is also executive director of the Association of Summer Villages of Alberta. Anderson’s impressive environmental track record began when she graduated from the University of Waterloo with a Bachelor of Environmental Studies. After working for environmental consulting firms and conservation authorities, she was employed with the provincial government as a planner for Kananaskis Country. She later moved to Rocky Mountain House where she worked as tourism director for the town and county. After teaching recreation planning at Red Deer College she went to work for Alberta Environment and completed her Masters in project management, later becoming executive director of Red Deer River Watershed Planning and Advisory Council. Anderson said she is thrilled to be recognized for the environmental work she has done for the last 37 years of her life. She added it may be difficult to make an environmental impact globally, but everyone can do something to improve the environment at a community level.
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- Four vehicles were involved in a collision at the intersection of Highway 11 and 20 about 1:40 p.m. last Wednesday which resulted in minor injuries to three people — two in the Ford Ranger and one in the Pontiac Trans Sport. All were released from hospital later in the afternoon. Sylvan Lake firefighters had to extricate a person from the mini van (centre) which was crushed between a Ranger and Yukon XL. The driver of the Trans Sport was charged with making an unsafe left turn, according to RCMP Cst. Michael Lee. STEVE DILLS
Reading program kicks off with scavenger hunt by Corrie Brown Special to Sylvan Lake News
Summer Reading Club kicks off July 4th from 1-2 p.m. with a scavenger hunt at Sylvan Lake Municipal Library. All ages are welcome for a story, snack, and games, followed by your choice of an in-house or around town scavenger hunt. Participants may pick up their reading packages for the summer program at the library after the hunt. The club is a six-week reading program at the library where children of all ages may come for stories, crafts, snacks, games, and activities. If you
are unable to make it to library programs, ask about our reading only portion. This year’s theme is, “Explore the Wonders of the World”. Join us as we drop down Niagara Falls, scale the Great Pyramids of Giza, and build our own Leaning Tower of Pizza! This program is completely free, registration is required. Call 403-887-2130 or stop by the library to register. Keep track of your reading progress with a reading passport provided by the library, and enter a weekly draw for awesome prizes donated by local businesses. Summer Reading Club runs from July 9th to August 16th.
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A young entrepreneur whose potential to be a woman of excellence was nurtured and encouraged in her younger years by her mom and her grandma, was one of the top 10 ladies recognized at an awards gala in Red Deer, recently. Katherina Cummins from Sylvan Lake received the entrepreneurship award at Red Deer & District Community Foundation’s sixth annual Women of Excellence Awards Gala, attended by about 350 people June 12 at the Sheraton Centre. Cummins credits her mother, Wendy Sauvegeau and her late grandma Mavis Oswald with giving her motivation and encouragement to be the best she could be in life. She is also grateful to the love of her life, her husband Lane, and her grandpa, George Brown, for their ongoing love and support. Cummins said she was humbled and honoured to receive the award. “I really felt inspired to see how much the other ladies (who were recognized) contributed,” she said. “It inspired me to want to do more.” Cummins, a dark haired, friendly mother-of-three, already has an impressive track record of helping others; a trait which she believes is crucial to success. “If you are going to have great success, you have to share. It’s better for everyone. I was raised by a single mom and I know what it’s like to go without.” Cummins opened her first medi-spa in Red Deer in 2004. Within a year she had expanded the business. In 2009, she opened the first Aesthetics Laser School in Alberta in Red Deer, the Medi Aesthetics Institute of Canada. She has
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since opened a second school in Sherwood Park. Cummins always strives for academic excellence, both for herself, her schools and her students. Throughout the tapestry of her successful career, Cummins continues to weave strong threads of compassion and caring. She donates supplies to outreach, youth and homeless shelters, offers a scholarship program for women getting into the workforce, is involved in the Red Deer community garden project and her spa donates coupons for free services to the women’s shelter. Cummins and her husband have three girls, Hope, eight, Chase, six and Carington, four. The family enjoy living in Sylvan Lake and the girls, no doubt, have the wonderful role models of their mom and their grandma to help prepare them for the challenges and rewards life will, no doubt, bring their way.
Remember students with contribution to time capsule by Steve Dills Sylvan Lake News
People in Sylvan Lake who know current Grade 9 students at École H. J. Cody High School are being asked to help them with an exciting time capsule project. Teacher Kelsey Wilson is organizing the project for the second year in a row. The idea is for students to write to each other and collect letters from friends and
family to put into the capsule that will be opened on their graduation day in June 2016. “This is a project that the staff hopes will become a tradition at H. J. Cody, and anyone in the community who knows a Grade 9 student is encouraged to drop off letters or notes at the school’s main office,” Wilson said. “Submission will be accepted until tomorrow (June 28). Those writing could be current employers, family friends, or others who know the young people.
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Millions in redevelopment recognized by rededication of Centennial Park by Steve Dills Sylvan Lake News
Calling improvements to Centennial Park and Lakeshore Drive “drop dead gorgeous”, Mayor Susan Samson said the $22 million redevelopment project was a joint initiative between federal, provincial and municipal governments. “We were able to finance it without property tax money,” she said, indicating the federal government supported the project with $1.9 million from the federal gas tax program and $1.8 million from Building Canada Fund. Other money came from provincial grants. Planning for redevelopment began in 2006 with plans drawn and
residents consulted. “A lot of local people and area contractors had the same vision as us and helped accomplish it,” she said in thanking those involved. “We have a place which encourages people to get out of their vehicles and walk, built a people-gathering area, a sense of place.” Plaques and signs featuring Sylvan Lake’s history will be placed on towers along Lakeshore Drive in the next few months. David Dorward, MLA for Edmonton-Gold Bar, represented the Government of Alberta. “What a wonderful way to mark Sylvan Lake’s 100 year milestone, creating a destination you will share with visitors,” he said. “The Alberta government is so proud to support the transformation of this park. We congratulate the
Mayor Susan Samson, David Dorward, MLA for Edmonton-Gold Bar (representing the provincial government) and Kerry Towle, MLA for Innisfail-Sylvan Lake, unveiled of a plaque marking rededication of Centennial Park during ceremonies June 12. STEVE DILLS
Town of Sylvan Lake for the commitment to creating this beautiful space.” Innisfail-Sylvan Lake MLA Kerry Towle also spoke of the town’s vision
and hard work to accomplish a place which will enhance the beautiful community. Her remarks were interrupted by a train blowing its whistle
as it proceeded through town. Historian Michael Dawe, MC for the event, said “to have a first class summer resort you have to have public access”. He indicated the province recognized this when it bought the land for the provincial park in 1929 and extended it in 1936. Centennial Park, he said, is a “crowning glory — all this green space, moving traffic away from the lake shore”. A plaque marking the rededication was unveiled by Samson, Dorward and Towle, alongside the plaque marking improvements to Centennial Park in 1967.
- Christian Leadership awards were presented to one student in each class at École Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic School June 10 to recognize those students who “gave a little bit extra, really let Christ work in them to be leaders”, said presenter Judith McIntyre. The students received a certificate and book and will have their names engraved on a plaque that hangs in the school. In the back row are Wyatt Boutin, Regan Goacher and Annalisa Trieber, in the centre row are Madison Cunningham, Ashley Karcha, Isabella Pritchard and Mya Sealy and in the front row are Prestin Chu, Carleigh Hunt, Jayden McLean, Erin Prier and Mercedes Reinhart. Missing was Theodore Persson. STEVE DILLS
Residents asked to complete survey by Steve Dills Sylvan Lake News
With the goal of identifying the potential for new businesses in Sylvan Lake’s downtown, the town is conducting a survey titled “What’s Your Pleasure?” The online survey is targeted at residents of Sylvan Lake and the surrounding summer villages and rural area. Besides the online survey, a group of people will be conducting door-todoor promotions in some neighbourhoods. In May a survey in downtown business districts showed an overall vacancy rate of 10.6 per cent, however in the 50th/ Centennial Street District the vacancy rate was 41 per cent. “We need to understand the shopping habits of local residents includ-
ing goods and services they currently utilize in Red Deer,” said Kurz. “Our goal is to identify new businesses that locals would support and shop at in the down-
town districts of Sylvan Lake.” To take the five minute online survey visit www. sylvanlake.ca and click on the ‘What’s Happening’ category.
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Historic - Projected to be a booming community 110 years ago, Stockholm declined after Alberta Central Railway bypassed it in 1910-11. Now there’s a plaque located beside Burnt Lake Community Centre, reminding people of the community. It was officially unveiled last Thursday. Participating were Joe-Anne Matejka, President of the Burnt Lake Community Centre, historian Michael Dawe, Red Deer County Councillor George Gehrke, Kay Johanson who spearheaded the sign project, and Kevin Ziola who built the frame for the sign and accompanying townsite lot plan. In 1903 Red Deer Land Company created the 300 lot townsite which eventually had a cheese factory, store, post office, telephone toll station, school, stopping house, blacksmith shop, three churches and a number of houses. About 40 people attended the celebration. STEVE DILLS
Run director Scott McDermott counted down to the start of the Father’s Day Walk/Run at Centennial Park June 16.
Father’s Day Run raised over $1,200 for Rotary by Stuart Fullarton Sylvan Lake News
More than 80 people braved cold winds and overcast skies for the fourth annual Sylvan Lake Father’s Day
Walk/Run June 16, and raised over $1,200 for Rotary Club of Sylvan Lake in the process. Money raised from the event will go toward a number of Rotarysupported initiatives, including the lighthouse project. Sylvan Lake Rotarians also recently delivered wheel chairs to needy individuals in Mexico, and carry out work on water projects in Guatemala. Run director Scott McDermott said only five of the 79 people pre-registered for the Father’s Day event were absent. Twelve people showed up and registered on the day. “We had about 60 per cent of our registrations in the last three days before the event,” he said, adding that numbers in the past two years have grown significantly.
Participants walked, biked, ran and rollerbladed over distances of two, five or 10 kilometres along Lakeshore Drive. “It’s definitely a family event,” said McDermott. “There’s no timing chips, and most people were just out to have a nice walk for Father’s Day.” McDermott said the event will take place again next year. Until then, however, he is encouraging people to register for the Terry Fox Run in Sylvan Lake later this year. That run will take place Sept. 15, and follow a format similar to that of the Father’s Day Run. A variety of distances between one and 10 kilometres will be available. More information is available at www.terryfox.org.
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Freeze or Fry a great meet for Nautical swimmers by Kim Matthews and Pam Moore Special to Sylvan Lake News
Coach Sharon and a few Sylvan Lake Nautical swimmers participated in Red Deer at the 61st Annual Freeze or Fry swim meet the weekend of June 7-9. This outdoor meet is always a weather challenge but usually lots of fun for the kids. This year was one of the warmest itâ€™s been for a few years now, but we sure did get a mixed bag of weather. Friday started okay but turned to lightening and pouring rain in the evening, delaying some of the events until Saturday and Sunday. Saturday during the day was amazing weather that held fairly descent through to the finals on Sunday. For male swimmers we had Blake Carson (9) who swam well in his one event, the 50m freestyle. Michael Carson (12) also only swam in one race, the 800m swim which is 16 lengths of the 50m pool. He placed fourth overall in his age group. Isaac Bahler (9) was once again very keen on swimming everything he was entered in. He placed eighth
in 50m backstroke and ninth in 100m backstroke, which is a challenge. The clouds were moving sideways across the sky making you drift side-to-side in your lane. For a few of our female swimmers this was their first long course meet (50m pool). Molly Cocks (9) had an amazing meet making finals in 50m backstroke and an alternate for finals in 100m freestyle. She got one best time, placed fifth in 50m backstroke and ninth in 200m freestyle. Sarah DeGannes (10) swam Friday in 100m freestyle and 50m breaststroke, looking really strong and showing great confidence in both her swims. Justice Fancie (11) has been training really hard and got four personal best times for her efforts. Clair Weberg (9) had a great meet and how exciting to have placed in two events for finals. She swam the 50m breaststroke placing 11th and finished ninth in 50m freestyle. Kacey Joseph (13) was there as a great inspiration to younger swimmers and had a great weekend. She swam five personal best times and had a great meet in a really competitive age group. Jordan Smith (12) swam her way to four personal best times and got a tenth place
finish for 200m breaststroke. She really enjoyed the outdoor pool and how everyone is on deck including parents and grandparents.
Eden Price (9) had an incredible swim meet getting three personal best times but more exciting was making finals in six out of seven swims. Eden placed second in 50m backstroke and 200m freestyle, third in 100m freestyle and fourth in the remaining four races. What a good weekend for all the swimmers and a great way to end the season for some of them.
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Kamryn Girard accepted her ribbon. Abby Bahler.
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Last weekâ€™s article about Cody athletes was cut off mid-sentence due to a graphic design problem. With our apologies, here are the remaining paragraphs of the story. Chatwood also mentioned Cody athletes who had individual accomplishments outside the school. Tyler Steenbergen was selected in the first round of the WHL bantam draft by Swift Current Broncos. Chase Thudium and Jordan Steenbergen were key members of the Red Deer Optimist Midget AAA hockey team that won the Telus Cup National Championship. TJ Sloboda was selected to the U18 Team Alberta football team that will compete at nationals in New Brunswick and Alex Donaghy was selected to the U18 Alberta volleyball team that will compete at Nationals in Winnipeg.
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Obituaries KNITTLE Edward “Ed” Charles
Mamie, born August 1, 1926 in Glasgow, Scotland, passed away in her home on Thursday, June 13, 2013. She was predeceased by the love of her life, Harry Fraser; her brother, William Rae; and sister, Betty Grant.
Mr. Edward “Ed” Charles Knittle of Sylvan Lake passed away suddenly at Kindersley, Saskatchewan, doing what he loved on June 18, 2013 at the age of 54 yrs.
In the early 90’s, they moved to Red Deer and reconnected with their daughters and grandchildren. Grandma attended many a sport event and special occasion. She never forgot a birthday and was always willing to play a game. When Harry passed away, Mamie became an independent woman and moved out on her own. She made many good friends at Wedgewood and then Parkland Gardens. Mamie traveled to Mexico, Alaska and B.C. Everyone enjoyed her sense of humor and most of all her company. Mamie always said, “If I go tomorrow, I know I’ve had a great life” You sure did and you were a great lady. Mamie will forever remain in the hearts of her children: daughter, Irene Fraser; son, George Fraser;, daughter, Linda (Wayne) Eastcott; daughter, Carol Fraser; daughter, Diane (Patrick) Blinkhorn; son, Scott (Sheryl) Fraser; and her grandchildren: Brad Rominger, Shaun Rominger, Stephanie McFarlane, Alanna Eastcott, Jenna Collard, Jacob Collard, Marshall Blinkhorn, Wes (Rhonda) Blinkhorn, Jamieson (Kayla) Blinkhorn, Shannon Fraser and Liam Fraser. A Celebration of Mamie’s Life will be held on Friday, June 28, 2013 at 1:00 p.m. at Red Deer Funeral Home, 6150 - 67 Street, Red Deer, Alberta. Condolences may be forwarded to the family by visiting www.reddeerfuneralhome.com. Arrangements entrusted to RED DEER FUNERAL HOME & CREMATORIUM 6150 - 67 Street, Red Deer. Phone (403) 347-3319.
FRASER Mary (Mamie) Boyd Rae
The Fraser family immigrated to Canada in 1952 and resided in Kitchener, Ontario for many years. Mamie devoted her life to raising 6 children. She was a wonderful wife and mother, who took great pride in her appearance and made a happy loving home. Everyone was always welcome. Summer pool parties and winter vacations in Florida were highlights for Mamie.
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DARLNE CURRIE The Currie family are having a memorial tea, for Darlene at the Sylvan Lake Legion Hall on Saturday, July 6, 2013 from 11:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. A come as you are affair, but please no donations, or gifts.
Ed was born in Westlock, Alberta to parents Peter and Anna Marie Knittle of Clyde, Alberta on September 6, 1958 the baby of eleven!!
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The family moved around Alberta before settling in Medicine Hat where he met the love of his life Katherine “Kathy” Giesbrecht. They were married in July of 1979. In 1980 they were blessed with a beautiful baby girl Brandie and not until 1987 did a second beautiful baby girl Chantelle arrived. The family was completed when he was given sons-in-law Duncan and Kevin.
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Over the years Ed has filled his life with the joy of his career, playing in the oilfield in sales and rentals. Where he made many great friends. When not at work he enjoyed his family, they came first, from just being with them to, traveling to be with them or going on a vacation with them, he loved each and every one. His leaving us early in life has left a huge whole in our family and hearts. He is survived by his wife Kathy; daughters Brandie (Kevin), Chantelle (Duncan) and his 10 siblings. A Celebration of Ed’s life will be held at the Community Center in Sylvan Lake, AB on Wednesday, June 26, 2013 at 2:00 P.M. Cremation entrusted to the Rocky Mountain Crematorium. As an expression of sympathy, memorial contributions in memory of Ed may be made to the Canadian Diabetes or the Heart and Stroke. C o n d o l e n c e s m a y to www.sylvanlakfuneralhome.ca
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Service/Installation Technician Opportunity: Join our team in Ponoka immediately and experience long term employment with a growing company with opportunity for growth and advancement in the Agriculture sector. Duties: This is a full time, permanent position based in Ponoka, AB. The successful applicant will join our service team in providing service of dairy equipment throughout Central Alberta. Qualiﬁcations: We will provide on the job training along with industry and product speciﬁc training in an on-going basis. Knowledge of electrical, mechanical, and computer systems will be an asset, but not required. Rewards: Dependent on experience. We do carry Group Health Plans and Group RRSP Applications: Please fax your resume to 403-328-2759 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Chinook Dairy Service Ltd. 4508 65 St Ponoka, AB T4J 1J8 P (403) 783-2577
We are currently accepting applications for a Part Time 0.70 FTE Maintenance Worker III for our Clearwater Centre in Rocky Mountain House, Alberta.
MAINTENANCE WORKER III
VALVE TECHNICIAN/ SHOP ASSISTANTS
Isolation Equipment Services Inc. an expanding Oil Service Company is willing to train the right candidates as valve technicians and/or shop assistants in its fast and mechanical environment. Duties include but not limited to the following: • •
COMPETITION NUMBER RM.13.044
You will be responsible for day-to-day maintenance duties, including performing heavy maintenance duties, conducting preventative maintenance programs, monitoring building systems, and coordinating service contractors. Additional duties will include general grounds keeping tasks.
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Beneﬁts: • • • •
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