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Tuesday, Aug. 6, 2013
Volume 15 Number 32
Sailboaters rescued after boat capsizes on Gull Lake By Paul Cowley, Red Deer Advocate Sailboaters had to be rescued from their foundering craft July 28 when a storm whipped up waves more than a metre high on Gull Lake. June MacIntosh, who manages the Sunset Legion Campground on the west side of the lake, said campers reported seeing a sailboat in trouble about 2 p.m. “The waves were so high they couldn’t get out to get at them,” said MacIntosh. MacIntosh, who has been at the lake for 15 years, said sailing conditions were as bad as she’s seen. “It was very windy. There were three- to fourfoot waves in that lake yesterday. I haven’t seen that before.” MacIntosh swore off boating on the lake after weathering a storm a number of years ago. “Gull Lake is very unforgiving. It can be nice one minute and five minutes later it can be a horrible storm. “When you see clouds and blackness get to shore now. Don’t try to get home, just get to shore.” Blackfalds-based Aquatech Diving Service was on the scene for the recovery operation July 29. MacIntosh was told only part of the mast and the bow were sticking out of the water when divers went out to recover the boat from about 10 metres of water. Blackfalds RCMP Sgt. Jim Derouin said the owner of the boat called police about 7:15 p.m. to alert them that the boat had turned over. “He said don’t worry about it, I’ve got guys out tomorrow who are going to pick it up,” said Derouin.
A sailboat that capsized in Gull Lake was pulled out of the water by a bobcat and brought up to the dock. Blackfaldsbased Aquatech Diving Service was on the scene for the recovery operation July 29. APN Photos
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Bentley Seniors 55 + Drop-In - Drop-In Centre in the town office building open ACTIVITIES Tuesdays at 1:00 p.m. Coffee, games,visiting. Closed Thursdays for the summer. Bentley Library Society Dinner Theatre- Event to take place Oct 20, tickets now on Bentley Horseshoe Club meets on Wednesdays at 7 p.m. at the Bentley campground sale. Call Arlene horseshoe courts,748-4429 weather permitting. Open to everyone. Free lessons for beginners. Bentley Carpet needed. Bowling-Drop-ins Wednesday mornings. Bentley Hall. 9:30 am. New Players No experience welcome. invited. Call Harry or Georgina 748-3404 for more info. Bentley Museum summer hours -Wednesday through Sunday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. until “ Food For Day Fines Week” at the admission Bentley Municipal the Labor weekend. FREE always. Library Oct 22-27. Donate dry The ECD balls, frisbees, sand toys, etc., forPantry. the local parks. Call foods in lieuCoalition of libraryisficollecting nes. Will be given to Bentley Blessing Leanne 403-843-4304 for eldmoreChicken info. West Pine Lodge In Winfi Supper Oct 19 @ 5:00pm. For more info call Bentley Church Thrift Shop - open noon - 4 p.m. on Thursdays and Wendy @ United 780-682-3960 Saturdays for July and August. Winfield Playground Fundraiser- Supper & Silent Auction, Oct 19 @ 4:30,Winfield Bentley Fair & Rodeo - August 8 – 11. Rec Centre. Skating,Crafts, Clown Services, and more. Call 682-3788 for more Seniors Information and Referral free help with Senior’s forms.info Rimbey Family Halloween Dance and Oct–27 from 5-9 pm at the Bentley Drop In Centre, computer room.Silent Aug.Auction 13 from on 10 am noon. Rimbey Family Community Support Services, Charity Golf Tournament Community Hall. & Hosted by Bentley Nursery school. Call Tina 748-4407 forAug. info. 15 @ the Spruce Haven Golf Resort. Peggyfor orChristmas, Christine 403-843-2030 more Rimbey Community ChorusStarts Call practice Wednesdayfor Oct 10 info. 8:45pm at United Church. New singers welcome. Annette 843-3115 Bentley Care Centre Annual Un-birthday Party - Aug. 20 from 10-11:30 a.m. Rimbey United is visit planning a Memorial 4 at 2:00pm. Kids with adultChurch invited to with residents, playHymn games,sing enjoyNov ice cream and cake. For info call Alice 843-6732 or Pre-register at 403-748-2160 by the Aug.church 16. 843- 2458.
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Volunteers needed to help out By Treena Mielke Wanted! Volunteers of all ages. Anyone who can play a game, a sport or an instrument, or is willing to share their love of needlework or woodworking will be considered. Peter Stenstrom, director of community services, is on the lookout for anyone who willing to share a few hours of their time to help others learn a new skill. “It would be a small level of commitment, just an hour a week is all I’m thinking we would need,” he said. Stenstrom, who does his best to provide a range of programs designed to meet the needs of the public, often finds himself saying, ‘No, we don’t have that.’ “I’ve said that too many times. I really want to expand what we have to offer, but I need help to do that.” In securing more volunteers, the community services director is also being proactive in address-
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ing recommendations in the recreation master plan. “The plan said we had very good resources but we needed to make better use of our gym and we needed to create more spontaneous use type programs.” Stenstrom now offers soccer on Monday nights, badminton on Tuesdays, floor hockey on Wednesdays and ultimate Frisbee on Thursdays. The programs are drop in and are available for a nominal fee. He is planning to offer pickle ball, a game that is a combination of badminton and tennis, later this year. While Stenstrom is pleased to offer these programs, he wants some help and is open to new suggestions. He is also encouraging anyone who teaches music or other activities to contact the recreation department at 403-843-3151 so staff can help get the word out. “We would be happy to use the recreation office as a resouce to help promote your business,” he said. “We want to be in the loop and know what’s available.”
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Berry picking time: Reuben and Elsie Giebelhaus were busy last week picking Saskatoons from a bountiful bush at the gate of Pas Ka Poo Park. Park administrator Cheryl Jones said she is pleased the couple took the time to pick the berries which would otherwise be left for the birds to eat. Treena Mielke Photo
Life-jacket loaner stations opening in Rimbey-area provincial parks To support and encourage water safety, five new life-jacket loaner stations are opening at provincial parks across Alberta, making a total of 15. The life-jacket loaner station programs are self-serve kiosks, where visitors can borrow life-jackets and return them after use. Life-jackets are available at no cost in infant to adult sizes. “Heading into the long weekend, many people are going to be enjoying the stunning lakes and rivers in Alberta,” said Richard Starke, minister of tourism, parks and recreation. “Life-jackets save lives. Our lifejacket loaner stations help encourage everyone who heads out on the water to wear a life-jacket.” Area stations van be found at Aspen Beach Provincial Park on Gull Lake near Bentley, and Pigeon Lake Provincial Park near Wetaskiwin “In support of our health and safety mandate for drowning and injury prevention, the life-jacket loaner station program promotes safe behavior in, on and around water,” said Shaun Percival, development manager with the Lifesaving Society
Alberta and Northwest Territories. “With each kiosk displaying water safety messaging and the parks representatives engaging with the public about the importance of wearing a life-jacket, we hope to encourage safe participation in water-related activities and create a positive experience for park visitors.” The life-jacket loaner station program is a partnership between Tourism, Parks and Recreation, the Lifesaving Society Alberta and Northwest Territories and the Alberta Centre for Injury Control and Research. Albertans are encouraged to bring their own life-jackets to provincial parks. The life-jacket loaner station program provides an opportunity for those who do not own a life-jacket, are a life-jacket short, or realize upon arrival that their lifejacket does not fit. Introduced in 2010, the loaner stations serve as a visual reminder to visitors to wear a life-jacket. Life-jacket loaner stations are operational in the summer months through the September long weekend.
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A day of summer holiday memories
I open the holiday trailer door and am instantly greeted by beauty. Shards of soft golden sun pierce the green of morning and on a makeshift stove, coffee is perking. I pause a moment to remember the last Treena Mielke time I saw or heard On The Other Side coffee perking and I can’t. It doesn’t matter. I smell the freshly perked coffee and squint my eyes and it’s enough. I’m happy! I love camping and the trees and the sun and the smell of the freshly perked coffee. And I love all of my grandchildren, even though they eyed me with suspicion when later that morning I suggested we play scrub. The suspicion was fuelled by a generation gap wider than the Grand Canyon and kept alive by a new language spoken by these mysterious devices the kids carry with them always. I’m convinced they carry those things so they don’t have to carry on real, live conversations with people like grandmas. I knew all that, but I also knew I had a mini baseball team within my grasp. “Scrub? Grandma, do you even know what you are talking about?” I ignored them. “Let’s go,” I said in my grandma knows best voice. They reluctantly followed me out to a clearing that I saw at once had potential as a ball diamond. I grabbed the Frisbee. “This,” I said sternly, is no longer a Frisbee. This is home plate. And that tree over there. That is first base.” I tried to explain how the game worked. “Everyone runs up and touches home plate and you yell out what position you are,” I said. “Batter, pitcher ….whatever!” They looked at me, baffled and I think, a little afraid. What was their crazy grandma up to now? And that tree …. definitely that tree did not look like a first base. Finally, I grabbed the yellow plastic bat and stood by the Frisbee and said, “Really guys, it doesn’t matter. Just hit the ball. We’ll figure it out as we go along.” And as the sun illuminated the forest behind us with this kind of golden halo and their mom washed dishes on the picnic table in the distance, I was happy because I heard what I wanted to hear. It was the point of the whole game, really. I heard them laugh. Excited, childish laughter. Gleeful laughter. And I hear them yell! “You are out. I got you. Run, Jackson run!” OK, actually that was me! The game is over now and I am back at work and the kids are back with their parents and, no doubt, talking a lot of that social media type language that I don’t really get. Ooh well. For a brief moment, I got to go back to a time when a tree became first base, and a Frisbee or a board or a scrap of cardboard was home plate. And, I hope when they become adults and it seems necessary for seriousness to take precedence over laughter, they will remember a day when the sun slanted through the trees just so and their grandma reminded them that imagination is the best gift ever, followed, of course, by laughter. And I hope they smile. Maybe even chuckle.
Egypt: It’s worse than a crime erhood could wait it out Two massacres too. If the Brotherhood committed by the was really free to run Egyptian army in one Gwynne Dyer again in the promised week. At least 130 Guest Columnist election next year, it people killed in Cairo might win again. That for protesting against would be catastrophic the military coup. It is worse than a crime (as the French diplomat for the army’s privileged position in Egypt — so Talleyrand remarked when Napoleon ordered a the Brotherhood had to be excluded from politics. This is a charitable take on Sisi’s motives. The particularly counter-productive execution). It is a likelier explanation, alas, is he planned to ban mistake. It is also a crime, of course. Only trained snip- the Brotherhood from the start. The “deep state,” ers could produce so many victims who have been permanent collusion between well-fed Egyptian shot in the head or the heart. Gen. Abdel Fattah soldiers and bureaucrats and the foreign military al-Sisi and Adly Mansour, the tame president he and commercial interests who feed them, is makhas installed, tell the kind of lies that generals and ing a comeback. And the political idiots on Tahrir politicians always tell when this sort of thing is Square are cheering it on. going on, but the reports of foreign journalists on Either way, the army’s political project now rethe scene leave no room for doubt: this is murder. quires the massive use of force: the supporters of But it is, above all, a mistake. When the army the Brotherhood must be driven from the streets, overthrew the elected president, Mohammed by murder if necessary, and its leaders must be Morsi, on July 3, it must have known that his supporters in the Muslim Brotherhood would take to criminalized and banned. And other political idithe streets. And it must have had a plan for dealing ots in the West are going along with that too. President Barack Obama is uncomfortable with those protests. The simplest plan would be just to wait the pro- with what is happening but he won’t call it a coup. testers out. At least in Cairo, even larger number of Instead, he calls it a “post-revolution transition,” people would go to Tahrir Square and support the and promises the United States will be a “strong coup — so use minimum force, contain the dem- partner to the Egyptian people as they shape their onstrations by both sides and wait for people to get path to the future.” It’s hard to see how the Egyptians can find their way back to democracy from bored and go home. In the meanwhile, push on with the process of where they are now. Even worse, the Egyptian coup is stark proof rewriting the constitution to remove the Islamic bits inserted last year by Morsi’s party and hold a political Islam cannot succeed by taking the democratic path. The message it conveys to devout new election as soon as possible. Was this really Gen. Sisi’s scenario for the Islamists all over the Arab world is Osama bin future when he overthrew Morsi’s government? Laden was right: only by violence can their politiMaybe — but it wouldn’t have taken long for the cal project succeed. Thanks a bunch, Gen. Sisi. soldiers to understand it wasn’t going to work. The turning point would have come when Sisi Gwynne Dyer is an independent journalist or his advisers finally realized the Muslim Broth- whose articles are published in 45 countries.
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How to stop expense scandals Gregory Thomas, Canadian Taxpayers Federation Guest Columnist
Air time: The motocross track at Central Alberta Raceways is for motorbike and quad riders to practice their skills on a winding and hilly track. Tyler Bignell, 24, of Rimbey, gets air time on his Honda 350.
Now that the RCMP are investigating, it’s pretty much guaranteed the Senate expense scandal will have a devastating impact on the people involved. But it’s Canada that has suffered the worst damage in this scandal. Thankfully it’s repairable. When MPs return from their summer break, they need to take five basic steps to restore public confidence in Parliament. First, they need to submit themselves to the authority of the Auditor General of Canada. In 2012, after public outcry forced Parliamentarians to finally agree to let the AG examine the operations of the House and the Senate, they sneakily handed him a blindfold before they let him on the premises. In his report, the Auditor General conceded “we did not audit the Board of Internal Economy or Members of Parliament and the work performed by Members’ employees or consultants in their Ottawa or constituency offices. Nor did we audit the procurement of professional services contracts awarded by individual Members.” Ok… well what did they audit them? The auditors reviewed just 264 of 85,000 financial transactions processed that year. In the wake of the expense scandal, Senator Marjory LeBreton, on behalf of the Senate, asked the Auditor General to examine “every taxpayer dollar” the Senate spends. But when Liberal leader Justin Trudeau asked the House simply to approve drawing up guidelines for the Auditor General to look at MPs spending, his motion was shot down — by the NDP, no less. Second, MPs and senators need to post their expense claims and the supporting receipts online. Alberta MLAs are doing it, so are Toronto city councillors. The technology for posting documents on the Internet was developed 20 years ago. Third, MPs and senators need to make themselves subject to federal Access to Information law. Currently, Canadians can’t compel federal politicians to produce financial documents, such as expense claims, under the Access to Information and Privacy Act. This is critical: access requests revealed former Conservative minister Bev Oda’s wild spending in London, including her taxpayer-funded $16 glass of orange juice. Cabinet ministers and their expenses are subject to disclosure under the access law. MPs and senators and their expenses are not. Perhaps that’s one reason why it took seven years for the RCMP to lay charges against former Liberal MP Joe Fontana. The Mounties are alleging Fontana paid for his son’s wedding reception with a government cheque. If MPs and senators were subject to access to information laws, Joe Fontana and Mike Duffy would have been forced to answer awkward questions from reporters and opposition leaders long before the RCMP showed up. Step 4, critical in a democracy: empower Canadians to recall crooked politicians, the way they can in British Columbia, and boot them from office. Step 5, cancel the pension entitlements for politicians convicted in court of stealing from the public, the way they have in Nova Scotia. Canadians shouldn’t have to put up with the spectacle of former Senator Raymond Lavigne collecting his Parliamentary pension while he sits in jail for submitting fraudulent expense claims. Conservative MP John Williamson has tabled a private member’s bill to eliminate pensions for political fraudsters. Prime Minister Harper would be well served to steal this private member’s bill and push it as a government bill. Undoubtedly, there are more than five things Parliament could do to ensure future scandals are kept to a minimum, but they need to start somewhere. When Parliament resumes this fall, these five steps should be top of the agenda.
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Spray park may be open this week By Treena Mielke
Jeanine Edge, with her daughter, 14-month-old Lexie, enjoys some time in the pool last week. The Rimbey outdoor pool is busy with swimming lessons and public swims during the week. Treena Mielke Photo
Chris Wadien from Western Rec was busy last week working to repair underground pipes which have cracked and become dislodged, causing the spray park to remain closed. The park may open later this week. Treena Mielke Photo
MIDWEST PROPANE The Rimbey Falcons Pond Hockey would like to Thank the following businesses and individuals for supporting us with funds to help with ice costs and prizes for our hockey tournament. Servus Credit Union, Crystal Wellsite Supervision, Crowd Pleaser Motor Sports.
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Pond Hockey, is the same hockey as Minor Hockey, we play in the arena but we play only 2 or 3 games per month, 1 practice a week and it is no hit, at any age. Our program is open to boys and girls ages 3 to 18 yrs of age. Groups are: 3 – 6 yrs, 7- 10 yrs, 11 - 14 yrs and 15 - 18 yrs. These age groups are only guidelines we can put older or younger in any group to help with travel, or depending on ability of the youth.
At this time we play: Winﬁeld, Sylvan Lake, Ponoka, Rocky Mountain House and Lacombe so we don’t travel too far either. Fees for all ages are $185 per youth, payment plans are available, as well as Kids in Sports, has funding to assist families with fees.
This program is less running for the parents, but also works great for the youth that want to be involved in other sports as well. It teaches the basics of hockey which is skating, shooting and passing, but we also get the youth involved in volunteering and helping with the younger kids as much as possible.
We will be at Mass Registration on Sept. 5th at the Rimbey Community Centre.
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The spray park and hot tubs, important components of the Rimbey Aquatic Centre, may be open later this week. Rimbey’s outdoor pool has been plagued with problems this year and even though the pool, itself, is operational, the spray park and hot tubs have been out of commission for the season. Peter Stenstrom, director of community services, assures the public every effort is being made to rectify the problems as soon as possible. “We’re committed to meeting the demands of the community and our goal is to have the pool, hot tubs and spray park operational from the May long weekend to the Labour Day weekend and we will do whatever it takes to get there.” Rick Schmidt, assistant public works foreman, said underground shifting may have been the cause of cracks in the spray park piping, which in turn caused them to become dislodged resulting in leakage and mechanical problems. “The whole area has been shifting and the pipes cracking. It turned into a massive problem but we have people working on it steadily and the pipes are being replaced,” he said. Schmidt said once repairs are completed, the spray park will be pressure tested and may be open later this week. New hot tubs have been ordered to replace the cracked ones now in place and Stenstrom is hopeful they will be in place before summer’s end. Meanwhile the main pool is running well and swimming lessons and public swims are going ahead as scheduled.
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Senior athlete brings home medals By Treena Mielke
Allen Elliott, who lives near Rimbey, recently returned from the 55 plus 2013 Summer Games sporting a gold medal in shot put, silver medals in javelin and discus, and a bronze in the 100-metre run. Treena Mielke Photo
There is no age limit on the thrill of competition, the excitement of winning and the golden opportunity of making strangers into friends. Just ask Allen Elliott, an 80-something volunteer handibus driver. Elliott recently returned from the 55 plus 2013 Summer Games sporting a gold medal in shot put, silver medals in javelin and discus, and a bronze in the 100-metre run. Elliott looks years younger than his chronological age and is as proud as punch about his medal wins. However, he stressed, winning isn’t everything. “Participating — that’s what its about. If you’re there and you’re participating, that’s the main thing. Anytime your active, especially if you’re a senior, that’s a good thing.” Elliott did not let his artificial knees keep him from competing in the 100 m. “I took off in the race and I noticed there were only two people ahead of me. I decided then that I’d better start taking the race more seriously,” he said with a smile. A knee replacement certainly didn’t keep Elliott out of the race, nor does his age keep him from staying active and helping others. As well as being a volunteer driver for the Rimbey Handi Van, Elliott helps operate Serenity Pet Shelter on his farm south of Rimbey. “We live in a wonderful world and we need to be the best we can possibly be,” he said. Elliott began attending the Senior Games in 1998. At that time he lived near Sylvan Lake and was on a slow pitch team made up of players in the Bentley area.
However, the team quit entering the Senior Games when they reached the over 70 age category. Elliott, however, continued to enter, competing in other track and field events. Over the years, he has usually brought home a collection of medals but insists the Games are about so much more than winning. “The camaraderie; that’s number 1,” he said. “You meet some wonderful people there. And the whole program at the Games is just wonderful.” Elliott is hopeful two of his daughters whom he says are athletic will eventually attend the 55 plus senior games with him. “We’ll see. I’m going to work on it. It’s a dream that I would like to see happen.” The Alberta 55 Plus Games held in Barrhead and Westlock from July 25 to 28, included more than 1,000 participants and 800 volunteers. The Games provide By June Norvila a venue for Albertans 55 There were once years of age and older to again a number of local pursue greater levels of participants/competiphysical, social, intellec- tors at this year’s Altual and creative achieve- berta 55 Plus Summer ment through friendly Games July 25 to 28 in competition and partici- the Barrhead/Westlock area. pation.
Locals represent area at 55+ Games
The many sporting activities included athletics, bocce ball, cycling, floor curling, floor shuffleboard, golf, horseshoe pitching, 8-ball pool, slo-pitch, swimming, tennis, and contract bridge, cribbage, and military whist as well as the cultural competitions of arts and crafts and creative writing. Competitors from throughout the eight zones in Alberta took part. Zone 4 is the central Alberta area, and at the conclusion of the games, Zone 4 was presented with the President’s Spirit of Participation Award for exemplifying the true spirit of good sportsmanship and personal integrity both in and out of competition. Listed are some of the more local participants. From Rimbey, James Andres played on a 55+ men’s slo-pitch team that placed second, Bill Howe played 70+ singles cribbage, and Alvin Goetz had entries in both serious and humorous non-fiction creative writing. Russ and Alice Picketts placed second in the 55+ open military whist, as did Gordon and Brenda Mounteney from Bluffton. Continued on Page 9
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It’s a sermon, it’s an audiobook, it answers religious questions What We Talk about When We Talk about God by Rob Bell, read by the author c.2013, HarperAudio $14.99/$16.99 Canada 41/2 hours, 4 CDs For most of your life, you’ve had a good relationship with God. He’s a close personal friend, in fact, and you talk to Him often. He even lives nearby; so close, that you visit Him often. He’s a good listener, too. But is the God you know the same God your friend knows? Can the reality of God mesh with science, nature, and culture? In the new audiobook What We Talk about When We Talk about God, written and read by Rob Bell, you’ll see how we’re at the edge of a whole new way of answering those questions. Turn on any news channel or pick up the paper, and it seems like everybody knows what God wants. The thing is, says Bell (a pastor for more than 20 years), “we have a problem with God.”
That is, two people who talk about Him are talking about “two extraordinarily different realities while using the exact same word.” When we talk about God, “we are all over the place.” And yet — people want to Terri talk about Him: what Schlichenmeyer they were taught, what The Bookworm they believe, and what makes them hopeful. Even when in a group of atheists, Bell was asked about the miraculous. And how can there not be miracles? Bell points at the universe, its size, and how the miracle of you (“a phenomenon that simply didn’t exist here for billions of years”) leads to holism, which leads Unreserved Real Estate & Farm Auction for
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to God — who defies analysis and description. We talk about God using words, but He goes beyond words. Still, God is with us. He’s there when we realize we’re seeing something our soul wants us to remember: the big moments, and the small ones. He is for us and wants the best for all of humanity, whether they believe in Him or not, whether we know we need help or not. And He is ahead of us, “pulling us forward” for greater and greater understanding, rights, and peace. Talking about God, says Bell, isn’t so much about the words said, as it is about being open in heart and mind while you’re saying them. It’s about recognizing that spiritual life isn’t separate from regular life. It’s about knowing that “we are loved and we belong and we are going to be just fine.” Written and read by author and pastor Rob Bell, What We Talk about When We Talk about God is packed
with grace and goodness. There’s also a lot of thought provoking here, which is why I enjoyed this audiobook so much. In meshing evolution and science with Bible teachings, and atheism with Christianity and surfing, Bell brings God to modern readers. Along the way, he questions his own faith and uses anecdotes from friends and family to illustrate God in his life. That adds up to what will be the best, most helpful sermon you’ve ever heard, in an audiobook you’ll want to share. I think, in fact, that What We Talk about When We Talk about God is definitely something you’ll shout about.
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Co-ops and credit union raise funds for flood victims By Deron Hamel Rimbey may be a small town in central Alberta but the spirit of the co-operative movement is strong, as evidenced by a group of four co-ops and a credit union that together raised $3,400 during a barbecue to help victims of the recent flooding in High River. Rimbey’s Servus branch spearheaded the event, which joined the credit union with the Coop food market, Co-operators Insurance, Gull Lake Deer Creek Gas Co-op and Benjamin Natu-
ral Gas Co-op, who all pitched in to host the event. About 400 people attended the July 10 event. Proceeds from the barbecue went to the Community Rebuilding Fund that was established by Servus to assist flood victims. Servus has matched the donations raised by the barbecue dollar for dollar, bringing the total proceeds to $6,800. The event, held in the Rimbey Co-op’s parking lot, saw scores of volunteers show up to run the barbecue. In addition to the hamburgers, potato chips and pop sold to raise money, a nearby trailer
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donated by a Servus member was filled with household items such as furniture and cleaning supplies that was brought to High River, the community in southern Alberta hardest hit by the June 20 flood. Rimbey Servus branch manager Lance Lewis says some people donated money without even buying a burger or can of pop. He adds the event’s success is a testament to the community focus
found in credit unions and the cooperative movement in general. “When we’re needed, we come together and we’ve always had a big focus on people and communities . . . when something like this happens,” Lance says. “(As credit unions and co-ops), we pride ourselves on being a big part and a big supporter of our communities.”
... 55+ Summer Games Continued from Page 7 In golf, Debbie Retzlaff placed second with women’s 55+ low gross score. Florence Howe took part in the 75+ women’s Callaway and Anna Ledieu in the 55+ women’s Callaway, with Wayne Moss from Sylvan Lake competing in the 55+ men’s Callaway. Margrit Degraff from Gull Lake placed third in both the 10 km and 20 km 65+ women’s cycling. She had also entered humorous non-fiction creative writing. Bryan Wiese from Bentley placed fourth in the 10 km 65+ men’s cycling and was also entered in the 65+ 20 km. Al Elliott from near Rimbey took firsts in 80+ men’s shot put and 100 m dash and seconds in 80+ men’s
javelin and discus. Joe Reichert from Lacombe won the 65+ Open 0-19.9% horseshoe pitching class and David Jardine, also from Lacombe, played on a 70+ men’s slo-pitch team There were also a number of participants from Ponoka. For a more complete listing go to www.albertagames.com. The games are staged to encourage physical and cultural creativity in residents who were at least 55 years of age in 2013 and were a member of ASCRA (Alberta Senior Citizens Sport and Recreation Association). In 2014 the Canada 55 Plus Games will be staged in Strathcona County (Sherwood Park) when elder competitors will come to Alberta from all across Canada.
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In the last week, the Rimbey RCMP responded to 40 calls for service. Highlights include fraud, drugs, impaired drivers, break and enter and other criminal matters. Rimbey fraud victim A woman seeking companionship on an Internet dating site met a man who said he was from Edmonton and serving over seas in the military. During their correspondence he stated he had come into financial difficulties and needed money. Over the course of their “relationship” she wired thousands of dollars to
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him. Unbeknownst to her, the entire relationship was fictitious and her money ended up in Africa likely supporting a criminal organization. Several times a week, there are good honest people in our community who send money by wire that have been taken advantage of by criminals halfway across the world. If you would like to see a list of the most recent fraudulent scams you can check them out at www.antifraudcentre-centreantifraude.ca Alarm thwarts thief On Aug. 1, at approximately 4 a.m., someone broke into a business on Main Street. The wouldbe thief climbed through a window in the alleyway and triggered the alarm once inside the building. The midnight shopper immediately fled the scene before he/she had a chance to load their pockets. Officers are currently following up on leads in this matter as the investigation continues.
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When pit bulls attack A 34 year old man, wanted by police for outstanding warrants, had his two pit bull dogs stray onto a neighbour’s property where they killed another dog. RCMP and SPCA officers conducting the investigation seized the two pit bulls. The negligent animal owner is still being sought by police for his outstanding warrants. Drunk driver arrested Another drunk driver was arrested after being caught driving on Main Street. A 42 year old man, a resident of Calgary, was arrested and charged with impaired driving after he provided breath samples of over double the legal limit. A 27-year-old woman, a resident of Rimbey who was with him at the time, was also charged with public intoxication. Officers continue to target drugs in the community. Three men, all in their twenties, were charged with possession of illegal narcotics. Possessed starts with pee A Rimbey man called 911 last week to report that his dog was “possessed” and acting peculiar while pacing back and forth in the house. The caller exclaimed, “He’s been doing it for hours!” Police contacted the distraught individual and asked if he had let his dog out to pee lately. This was followed by silence on the phone. Miraculously, the demons left the poor dog’s body once he was able to relieve himself outside. If you have any information regarding this or any other crimes, please call the Rimbey RCMP at (403) 843-2224 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
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Jim Whittaker, this year’s Canadian Senior Snooker Champion, won the Canadian Senior Snooker Championship held in Toronto, Ontario earlier this month. As winner of the title, he received a trophy and a ring. Whittaker also won the title in 2001. Treena Mielke Photo
Long time snooker player wins Canadian championships By Treena Mielke
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When his wife was ill, Jim Whittaker, this year’s Canadian Senior Snooker Champion, hung up his pool cue, opting to spend as much time with his spouse as possible. “I didn’t play for eight years,” he said. “I wanted to spend time at home as my wife was not well.” However, after his wife died, Whittaker’s daughter told him to “quit moping around” and get out and do something. So the 76-year-old widower, now living in Bentley, obliged. He went out won the Canadian Senior Snooker Championship. He enjoys snooker and entered Alberta’s qualifying events throughout the year, consistently doing well. The senior isn’t too quick to talk about himself and his accomplishments but as he chats it becomes apparent snooker has been part of his life for a long time. “I used to be quite good,” he admitted, adding as a teenager living in Ontario he spent lots of time with a pool cue in his hand. Later, as a young married man, he joined the Legion and spent many hours enjoying the game there as well. A construction worker in his earlier years, Whittaker also found snooker kept him busy when the industry was in a downturn. For Whittaker at least, it appears snooker is a skill that has never left him, no matter how little time he spends playing the game. This is second Canadian Senior Snooker Championship. He won the title in 2001 as well. Now 12 years later, he walked out of the Shooters, Snooker and Sports Club in Toronto, Ont., once again a
champion. He defeating last year’s runner-up, Paul Flemming, four frames to two in the final to take the title. He won his first round of play defeating defending champion Ed Heckbert in the first round. He then continued on a winning streak, defeating Eric Downie 3-1 to move on to the A-Side semifinal against Paul Flemming, a finalist last year. It turned out this was his first and only loss of the tournament, but his 30 score sent him back to the B-Side to face Ed Heckbert for another challenge. Whittaker did well in this game, winning 3-1, before going on to win two deciding frames successively, defeating Eric Downie and New Brunswick’s Robert Azevedo. The senior enjoyed the tournament and also enjoyed the week in Hamilton, Ont. with family. “It was a great experience,” said Whittaker. “I had my own little cheering section,” he said, noting he had several family members in attendance, including his daughter, Judy Whittaker from the Bentley area and her son, Skyler, 16. Whittaker lived in Lethbridge prior to moving to Bentley a few months ago. He is enjoying the community and is pleased he has had an opportunity to grow a large vegetable garden, which is doing well. He may play more snooker when winter approaches and is in the process of checking out venues that have snooker tables, which are bigger than the regular pool tables. “It is fairly good exercise for someone in their seventies,” he said. “You are stretching and bending and walking.”
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Directory Directory Dir D irectory ir ctory tory ry y Grace Lutheran Church Bentley - ELCIC Sunday School 11 a.m. 4th Sunday of the month 5 p.m.
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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.
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Service & Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. 4th Sunday Family Service: 11:00 a.m.
Flower show colors: Certified judge Donna Heilemann awards first, second, third place and honorable mention ribbons at the Rimbey and District Horticultural Group Rose and Lily Show, July 27. Photo by Amelia Naismith Results Lilies (*over 20): First – Tom Turnbull Second – Tom Turnbull Third – Tom Turnbull
Lilies (*under 20): First – Rose Stutheit Second – Marg Ramsey Third – Rose Stutheit
L.A. Lily: First – Tom Turnbull Second – Tom Turnbull Third – Rose Stutheit
Roses: First – Neva Krwalzik Second – Mary Burrows Third – Rose Stutheit
*Over 20 means the exhibitor has more than 20 varieties of lilies (commercial growers and sellers), and under 20 means the exhibitor has fewer than 20 varieties (personal growers).
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Event to encourage talk about child development By Treena Mielke Families will have an opportunity to talk about problems and issues that go along with raising young children at a special event to be held this week. Community conversations on early child development will be held at the Provincial Building Aug. 8 beginning at 5 p.m. Supper is included and free childcare is available provided parents make the request early. The event sponsored by Neighborhood Place, in conjunction with FCSS and Parent Link, will provide valuable information about early childhood development, said Leanne Evans, program co-ordinator for Neighborhood Place and the Early Childhood Coalition. “We really are hoping to get parents (or other childcare providers) out and get their input. It’s very relevant.” Continued on Page 13
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Profile raised for community fitness centre ing a squat rack that could cost up to $2,000. By Treena Mielke The town has invested $20,000 in the fitness An open house and fundraiser pancake breakcentre in the community centre and Stenstrom said fast planned for the Rimbey fitness centre will give residents an opportunity to check out the renova- it has been money well spent. “It’s made a huge difference. Our membertion and expansion and help raise money for new ships have increased substantially.” equipment. During the last few months, the centre has been Peter Stenstrom, director of community services, said the activity is to be held Aug. 24 with expanded, security improved, the walls painted a pancake breakfast to run from 8 a.m. to noon in and new equipment added. Mirrors have been replaced, a spinner bike added, treadmills replaced, the arena foyer. A fun obstacle course will be set up in the a storage rack built and a new television has been Almost ready: Darryl Langen, an employee with the Town of Rimbey, arena that the public will be invited to take part in. installed. installs a new television set at the Rimbey Fitness Centre. “We want to promote fitness and show the peoStenstrom is proud of the centre and is pleased Treena Mielke Photo ple fitness can be fun,” said Stenstrom. to note usage has increased since the improveDuring the open house, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., ments have been comtrained instructors will demonstrate how to use the pleted. fitness equipment and play indoor games. StenBob & Rhonda “I think it has been strom will be on hand to demonstrate racquetball, arney a very good investDarleen Buist will show people how to play walment.” Bob’s Cell: 403-704-0110 leyball and Chris VanRhonda’s Cell: 403-704-0408 Haastert will demonJUST MINUTES WEST OF RIMBEY strate squash. Money raised from the pancake breakfast and the obstacle course will go toward purchas-
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The first six years of a child’s life are critical and lay the foundation for future health and success, according to information from the Government of Alberta. The Alberta approach to early childhood development is to create connected networks rooted in communities — to build a systematic approach to early childhood development that ensures every Alberta baby, toddler, child and their family has access to high quality programs and services. The ministries of Human Services, Health and Education are working with communities to ensure this plan is successful.
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Grains market at lowest levels in recent years prices certainly have the likes of China getting in the mix. Between the new government in Egypt reigniting their wheat procurement program and China’s worse-thanexpected wheat crops, some traders in the Eastern Hemisphere have suggested wheat prices could rise by ten per cent over the next six to 12 months. Already in the 2013-14 marketing year, China has bought 3.5 million tonnes of wheat from the U.S., 1.5 million tonnes from Australia, 295,000 tonnes from Canada and 275,000 tonnes from France. As a result, there’s some buzz Aussie farmers are holding onto their grain until those prices materialize. One factor to keep in mind regarding China though, is many analysts have pegged the Asian supernation for a slowdown from its decade-long double-digit annual growth, including Societe Generale who is forecasting six per cent and Barclays at the bottom with three per cent. That’s sure to also affect the fer-
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The Open House will be held from 7 to 9 pm on August 15th, 2013 at the Bentley Community Hall, 4921 50th Street. For additional information regarding the Open House, please phone: Mary Thiessen at 403-314-9226.
Thank You We would like to thank everyone who organized, donated and attended the benefit for us held in Buck Lake on July 6th. Thank you to Buck Lake Ag. Society for the use of the hall and Grandma Jo’s Cafe & Catering for a wonderful meal. The response was overwhelming and we are sincerely touched and thankful for your support and concern during this difficult time.
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tilizer market which just saw a shake-up of major proportions after Russia’s Uralkali publicly broke up with Belarus Potash Company (BPC), leaving Canpotex (AKA Agirum, Mosaic and Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan), as the world’s top potash Brennan Turner FarmLead exporter and the possibility the price of potash “may fall below $300 a tonne.” The two consortiums accounted for about 70 per cent of the global potash trade and set identical prices in major importing countries such as India and China. Now, however, with the partnership over, Uralkali will become aggressive in the market, as it is the only potash company in the world that can ship directly to China by rail. Also, with lower corn prices, fewer acres of corn will likely be planted in South America this fall, (corn requires more fertilizer than other crops), intuitively leading to smaller fertilizer demand and lower prices.
Lastly, the most recent US Wheat Quality Council’s Spring Wheat tour in North Dakota, South Dakota, and Minnesota showed yields will basically equal last year at about 45 bushels per acre. However, this will come off significantly less acres than last year as many parts of the three states were wet in April/May and many acres didn’t get planted. This is significant for Prairie producers because, with lower market prices and a stronger U.S. dollar relative to the loonie, U.S. buyers are more likely to be competitive with local elevator prices and if you get paid, should you really care who buys your grain? (Just a heads up — we have more than 20 U.S.-based buyers on the FarmLead Marketplace). Brennan Turner is originally from Foam Lake, Sask., where his family started farming the land in the 1920s. After completing his degree in economics from Yale University and then playing some pro hockey, Mr. Turner spent some time working in finance before starting FarmLead.com, a risk-free, transparent online grain marketplace. His weekly column is a summary of his free, daily market note, the FarmLead Breakfast Brief. He can be reached via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (1855-332-7653).
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The grains market, in the last few days of July were at the lowest levels it had seen in more than a year as large expected production continues to outweigh any demand headlines. On the relative good growing conditions, famed commodity investor Dennis Gartman recently suggested that the 2013-14 U.S. corn crop continues to creep towards 15 billion bushels of production, despite the USDA most recently saying it’ll be closer to 13.95 billion bushels. There’s much consensus that corn and soybean buyers (i.e. ethanol plants or soybean crushers) have secured enough supply through the end of August. This is because with the larger crop expected, buyers are anticipating lower prices at which they can secure inventory at. As such, basis levels dropped significantly across the industry (as in $2.40 over futures bids one day, zero bids the next). While domestic buyers may not be interested now, the lower
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Ponoka ag fair adds lumberjack show to menu By Amelia Naismith Another year, another name and an even larger emphasis on honouring the rural and agricultural aspect of Ponoka County. This year the Ponoka Agricultural Fair (formerly known as the Ponoka County Fair) will take place Aug. 9 and 10 at both the Calnash Ag Event Centre and the Ponoka Legion. Ponoka Agricultural Society president Sherry Gummow says this year a number of new events are being added to the fair. “One of the things the agricultural society, that we do in the community, is promote
particularly farm safety,” she said. In conjunction with the fair, the society is offering a six-hour long course on ATV safety. Three lumberjack performances will also be included with the price of admission. After another member saw performances at an event they brought the idea back to Ponoka. “We decided we were going to do something different,” said Gummow. This year, after the yard and garden category got off to a rocky start with lagging entries and an extended deadline, the home, hobby and horticultural show is being held at the legion hall. A shuttle, in the form of
heavy-horse wagon rides, will run between the legion and the Calnash Ag Event Centre during the Saturday leg of the fair. Agility dog performances are returning to the fair and stock dog performances are also included this year. Another crowd-pleaser set to return is the ranch rodeo. “A lot of people like the ranch rodeo because it’s local people, not the professional cowboys,” said Gummow. The ranch rodeo also runs Saturday, Aug. 10. Every year the fair includes many activities for the children who attend. This can range from face painting, to hobby horse races to hula hoop contests.
Although the fair this year had increased difficulties attracting the vendors it normally does, Gummow says there will be models of large farm equipment present. “It’s more of a community thing, it’s all about celebrating the rural community,” said Gummow. “It’s the ag fair and that’s what we decided we’re going with,” she added. “The theme is tradition meets innovation.” That evening, at the ag centre, a community supper is being hosted at 5 p.m. Tickets are available at Busted Ladies Lingerie or by calling 403-783-0730.
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ALICE PEDERSEN-WARRIS May 2, 1923 - July 14, 2013
ZIMMERMAN Mr. Lawrence Mervin Zimmerman of Windfield, Alberta passed away suddenly on Sunday July 28, 2013 one month after his 55th wedding anniversary and one month shy of his 78th birthday. Predeceased by his parents; Julius and Martha Zimmerman and by a brother Donald, Lawrence is survived by his loving wife Christine of Winfield, one son; Wayne (Kathleen) of Winfield, two daughters; Gail (Ken) Freier of Devon, Alberta and Shiela (Don) Cote of Red Deer, nine grandchildren and was awaiting the arrival of his first great grandchild at the time of his passing. Lawrence also leaves to mourn one brother Bob (Irene) Zimmerman of Drayton Valley and one sister Marlene (Harvey) of Penticton. Memorial services were held from the Winfield Recreation Centre on Thursday August 1, 2013 with Mr. Jim Bend officiating. Interment of Lawrence’s cremated remains followed in the Mont Claire Cemetery in Winfield. If friends desire, memorial contributions may be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association, #6 5015 48 Street Red Deer, AB. T4N 1S9. Expressions of sympathy may be forwarded to the family by visiting www.wilsonsfuneralchapel.ca WILSON’S FUNERAL CHAPEL & CREMATORIUM serving Central Alberta with locations in Rimbey and Lacombe in charge of the arrangements. Phone: (403) 843-3388 or (403) 782-3366 “A Caring Family, Caring For Families”
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It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of our dear mother, grandmother and aunt, Alice Pedersen-Warris, aged 90 of Lake Cowichan, B.C. She was predeceased by her first husband of 40 years, Iver Christian Pedersen on July 11, 1980 and her second husband of 13 years Colin Warris on May 16, 2013. She was born in Iola Alberta. Alice is the beloved Mother of Patricia (George), Karen (Andy) and Alvilda (John). She is the cherished Granny of 11 Grandchildren and the proud great Granny of 24 great Grandchildren and 3 great great Grandchildren. She will be greatly missed by her family, her two nephews and their wives of Port Alberni, friends in the Sons of Norway and the many friends and associates in Lake Cowichan. Online condolences may be offered at www.hwwallacecbc.com H.W. Wallace 250-701-0001
MACHELL Thyra “Terry” (nee Larsson) August 31, 1921 - July 31, 2013 Thyra “Terry” is the daughter of Anna Natalia (nee Anderson) and Oscar Frederick Larsson, Buck Lake homesteaders from Sweden. Terry was predeceased by siblings: Eijnar, Greta (Siegel), Bertha (Platz), Henry and Elsie (Fellows). She is survived by younger brother, Sigward (LeOpal) Larsson; many nieces and nephews. Terry married Wallace Machell in 1946; who died of cancer in 1980. They are survived by son, “Gary” and daughter, Bonnie (Wood); five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Terry’s Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, August 17, 2013 at 12:00 pm at Henderson’s Chapel, 34537 Marshall Road, Abbotsford, BC, 1-604-854-5534. In lieu of flowers: Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of Canada, 1-800-387-1479, in Terry’s name.
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IMMEDIATE OPENINGS Oil & Gas Well Testing Supervisors/Night Foremen, Experienced/Inexperienced Junior Day/Night Operators Must have H2S, First Aid, valid driverâ€™s license. Pre-employment Drug screening Competitive Wages. Benefit Package Please submit resume with references to: firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax to (403) 783-8004 Only individuals selected for interviews will be contacted AN ALBERTA OILFIELD construction company is hiring dozer and excavator operators. Lodging and meals provided. Drug testing required. Call 780-723-5051, Edson, Alberta. LOCAL SERVICE CO. REQâ€™S EXP. VACUUM TRUCK OPERATOR Must have Class 3 licence w/air & all oilfield tickets. Fax resume w/drivers abstract to 403-886-4475
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Equipment Services Inc.ISOLATION an expanding Oil Service & Supply Services Inc. an expanding Oil Service Company is seeking quality & Supply Company is seeking Service Technicians and Trainees.quality Previous exp. with Service Technicians and Trainees. Previous exp. with service rigs, fracturing, or similar industry exp. with service rigs, fracturing, or similar industry oilfield tickets is an asset exp. with oilfield tickets is an asset Class 1 or 3 driverâ€™s License applicants will get primacy Class 1 or 3 driverâ€™s License applicants will get primacy (Drivers with Class 5 & 5Q will be considered if (Drivers with Class 5 & 5Q will be considered if Applicant has has relevant relevant oilfield oilfield experience) experience) Applicant current driverâ€™s driverâ€™s abstract abstract reqâ€™d reqâ€™d AA current Off-road driving driving exp. exp. isis an an asset. asset. Off-road MUST HAVE HAVE valid valid H2S H2S and and MUST AB/BC First First Aid Aid Tickets Tickets AB/BC BENEFITS BENEFITS Exc. monthly monthly guarantee guarantee ** Exc. ** Exc. Exc. job job bonus bonus Northern Allowance Allowance ** Northern Program Program Excellent Benefit Benefit Plan Plan and and Travel Travel ** Excellent Expenses. Expenses. ** Retirement Retirement Plan Plan Lucrative Quarterly Quarterly Safety Safety Bonus Bonus Program Program ** Lucrative Christmas Bonus Bonus ** Christmas Fax or or email email your your resume resume Fax and driverâ€™s driverâ€™s abstract abstract to: to: and Fax: (403) (403) 347 347 3406 3406 Fax: Email: email@example.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or drop drop off off at at 239 239 Clearview Clearview Drive, Drive, Red Red Deer Deer County County or ATTN: Lori Lori Enzie Enzie ATTN:
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Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church is currently seeking a
Christian Youth Minister
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STETTLER SALE & RENTALS LTD. is seeking a
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Successful applicant will have good computer and customer relationship skills. Previous counter experience and equipment or construction related experience will be an asset. We offer competitive wage and benefit packages. To join our team please fax resume to 403-742-8777 or email darryl@ stettlerrentals.com
EXPERIENCED sheet metal installer reqâ€™d. Residential new housing and/or replacement expertise reqâ€™d. Call Brad 403-588-8399 or email brad@ ComfortecHeating.com
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ADVERTISING CONSULTANT The Sylvan Lake News has a full time opening for an experienced Sales Representative. Preference will be given to those with strong credentials in media advertising; however if you have a proven history in sales of any genre, we encourage you to apply. As a successful candidate, you will be an integral part of a dynamic sales team. You will be resourceful, effective and capable of partnering with new clients in the development and growth of their business. The successful candidate will be responsible for servicing existing accounts with an emphasis on developing and growing new accounts. We invite those meeting the above qualiĂ„cations to submit their cover letter and resumĂŠ prior to August 19, 2013 to:
responsible for assembling job material bundles, performing a variety of administrative functions, projects and other assignments. This position requires the following competencies: Computer Literate, Attention to Detail, Good Communication/Customer Service skills, and Organizing/Planning ability. Our Company has an enthusiastic, fast paced working environment with advancement for motivated individuals, and an excellent benefit package. Wage would be commensurate with experience/skills. Please email resume or fax to 403-742-1905 or e-mail 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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MECHANICAL Business in Central Alberta is Now hiring Journeyman HVAC Technicians. Experience in A/C, Residential and Commercial. Service background a must. Estimating an asset. Applicant must have valid drivers license and be willing to work on call rotation. Competitive Salary. Please submit resume to wcmltd@telus. net or fax 403 783-3531 OPENINGS in Alberta areas for Highway Maintenance Class 1 or 3 Operators. Full-time and part-time positions available. Fax resume to Carillion Canada at 780-449-0574 or email: email@example.com. Positions to start Oct. 15, 2013. Please state what position you are interested in.
Petrofield Industries is accepting resumes for: Assembly Department: Industrial Painters, Electrical Technicians; and Labourers. Our Company has an enthusiastic, fast paced working environment with advancement for motivated individuals, and an excellent benefit package. Please forward resume to hr@ petrofield.com or Fax 403 742-5544
We would like to thank all those who apply; however, only those being considered for an interview will be contacted.
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