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Worthy cause: Rimbey Junior Senior High School students against drunk driving Samantha Kercher, Kendra Greer-Schallock, Ashley Brassard, Garreth Jones, Jennifer Vandenhoven and Shelby Lane sold baking at the Rimbey Legion recently during a Christmas gift market. With the holiday season around the corner, RCMP will have increased checkstops out to ensure drunk drivers stay off the road. Treena Mielke Photo
Chamber looking for interest in incubator program By Treena Mielke The Rimbey Chamber of Commerce is putting feelers out to gauge interest in a project designed to put life into the downtown core. The incubator project, which is up and running successfully in Rocky Mountain House, may catch on here, said chamber president Jackie Stratton. “We need to contact home based businesses here and get their opinion. We need to see if they are interested. We need to get the word out.” Only a handful of people showed up for a meeting held at the Best Western Rimstone Ridge Hotel at 7 p.m. last Thursday about the incubator program. Michelle Andrishak, who
manages the incubator program in Rocky Mountain House, was the guest speaker. Andrishak said government funding for the program in Rocky Mountain House helped the incubator project get off the ground, adding there were receptive business owners who were willing to participate. “We were fortunate. We had renters right off the bat,” she said. “We were ready to rock and roll in three months.” Andrishak said she was pleased to help the renters become self-sustaining. “They were my chickens in a hen house. I really wanted them to survive.” While the businesswoman said she would be happy to help Rimbey in an advisory ca-
pacity, a manager would be needed to oversee the project. “I would be happy to act as an advisor and assist you in any way,” she said. “I can advise you, but you would manage it.” The project is simple, she said. “If you can’t afford a house, you get a roommate. It’s simply a commercial version of that.” Mayor Rick Pankiw, who attended the presentation, said he likes the idea, but he sees it as a chamber initiative. “The chamber has a lot of work ahead of them. And then they need to come together with a business proposal that they can present to the town,” he said.
Stratton is optimistic the incubator program could work here. “I could certainly see it here. It certainly would give small businesses the opportunity to test the waters when they are just starting out.” Some of the businesses in Rocky Mountain House who participated in the incubator program were Pure Healthy Essential Oils, That Game Store, KES Graphic Designs, Cougar Ridge Bookkeeping, Coldwell Banker Realty and Deep Reflections, a registered psychologist. For more information about the incubator program contact Jackie Stratton at 403-8432727 or Carrie Vaartstra at 403-843-2944.
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RCMP deal with hunting violations, assaults and other crimes This week Rimbey RCMP responded matter. to 47 calls for service. Highlights include a seri- Arrests made ous domestic assault, theft, impaired drivers, tresPolice arrested two more wanted people. Offipassing, hunting at night, and other serious mat- cers continue to monitor individuals out on parole ters. or on probation in the community. Again, crimiDomestic assaults nal charges were laid for breaching court orders. Officers responded to several domestic as- Your local detachment members will continue to saults this week. In one case, a 37- year-old work diligently in partnership with the Probation man, from the Gull Lake area, allegedly severely Officer to ensure rules are being followed and anyassaulted his wife. Police responded immedi- one breaching their conditions will be prosecuted. ately, however, the male had fled the scene prior Police deal with hunting violations to police attending the residence but later turned Police received three complaints of shooting himself in. The victim in this case was transported from the roadway after legal hunting time and on to the hospital and treated for non-life threaten- private property without permission in the ing injuries. The accused has been charged with same field near Gimlet. While officers staked several criminal counts and is currently being held out the area waiting for the next poacher to come in jail pending release on bail. The man will ap- along, someone shot twice near the one officer’s pear in Rimbey court on December 6 to answer to house after dark! Police and Fish and Wildlife the charges. Children Services is also assisting Officers have been kept very busy dealing with police in this matter. hunting violations. Hunters must follow the sunDriver charged with drug possession rise/sunset tables and check their watches to enPolice were conducting traffic enforcement on sure they are only shooting within the 1/2 hour priHighway 53 west of Rimbey and stopped a speeder or to sunrise and 1/2 hour after sunset. In several near the Leslieville turn off. You would think the cases, it was too dark to even read a watch when driver would have been going much slower than shots were being fired. There is a rule against he was after he had smoked one of the joints in the this unsafe practise for a very good reason - if you truck. A 45-year-old man, who was a passenger in can’t hardly see the deer, you cannot possibly see the truck, has been charged with unlawful posses- what is in the background behind the animal. Last sion of marihuana. The 18-year-old driver had his week, an officer was out hunting on private land license suspended for driving while under the influence of a narcotic and was charged for speeding. Police respond to farm fatality Police, Fire Department and EMS personnel responded to a very unfortunate farm Friday, November 29, 2013 accident west of town near Leedale. A loat Rimbey Legion cal 89-year-old man had fallen into farm Cocktails 5:00 • Dinner 6:00 machinery while it was Meeting to follow operating and was fatally injured. Rimbey Tickets available from Stationery, Stories & Sounds and District Victim $20.00/ticket Services Unit assisted police in this difficult
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During my stay at the Rimbey General Hospital I received such great care. I just wanted to thank all the doctors and nurses that attended to me with such patience and excellent care. I also want to thank Dr. Nawrot for his guidance and support through my entire ordeal. The Dietitians, house keeping as well as home care also played a major role as well and should all be commended for their personal touches. I have stayed at other Hospitals but nothing compares to the Rimbey General. You’re the TOPS. Keep up with the caring. HARRY WIT
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with his family in a quiet meadow and had set up a deer decoy hoping to entice a buck into the field from the thick bush nearby. While the officer intently waited with his family in the trees near the decoy a pickup truck going down the roadway suddenly slammed on its brakes and shot a deer in the field adjacent to the decoy. The truck then drove into the field and the hunter quickly loaded the deer and took off. Fortunately, in this case, these bandits did not see the decoy and shoot it! The officer and his family would have been in the line of fire. Needless to say, the decoy has been put away until it can be painted bright orange and decorated with Christmas lights! Mounties investigate Mounties were called to inves-
tigate a matter where a lady stated she had a dream where a deceased relative told her to go into the winter forest. Following up on the dream, she went for a walk near her country home and found skeletal remains. Police attended the scene and seized the bones and with the assistance of the Medical Examiner’s Office deemed them to be non-human. Thieves steal tires Thieves stole mudder tires from a truck parked at the Raceway and caused damages to the site. If you have any information regarding this or any other crimes, please call the local Rimbey RCMP Detachment at (403) 843-2224 or Crime Stoppers: PHONE: 1-800222-8477 #8477 on Telus Mobility *8477 on Rogers AT&T
Rimbey Community Christmas Party Hosted by the Kinsmen Club of Rimbey Saturday, Dec. 14th 2013 at the Rimbey Community Centre Presenting: The Jesse Lewis Hypnosis Show ‘See the Show or Be the Show’ Cocktails: 5:30pm Supper: 7pm Show starts: 8pm Cabaret to follow till 1am Safe-Drive Available Tickets available at Subway / Stationery Stories & Sounds / Rimbey TV & Buist Motor Products Table of 8 at $450 or Single Tickets for $65 Catered by Starkist Catering All Proceeds go towards Rimbey Kinsmen Projects
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Maybe we do need a little Christmas Christmas is starting to pop up everywhere. As I start the bumpy drive to work which means I am driving on icy rutted roads which means I am still in my subdivision, I see signs of the season poking up everywhere. Treena Mielke Houses with ChristOn The Other Side mas lights up. Christmas trees lighting up windows. “I really must take that Halloween pumpkin which is now mush out of that flower cart thing on the front step,” I think to myself. “Really, that is so inappropriate.” I drive on further and I see a plywood Santa and his reindeer bravely preparing to prance up on somebody’s rooftop. Wow, it seems like only yesterday it was Remembrance Day. Probably, because it was. Okay, it was not yesterday, it was last week, already. As has been my practice, or at least as has been my intention and sometimes my practice for the last few months or so, I rise, stumble forth, and end up at the gym early in the morning. This all happens before I become too awake to seriously consider the definition of ‘crazy.’ It’s good, at least it’s good when I am in the post exercise mode which means sitting down with a coffee and the newspaper. Well deserved. Relaxing. Sadly, it seems so much of the news is not relaxing, but disturbing. I sip my coffee and turn the pages, reading of violence, sexual slurs, break ins and murders. The written word. Mightier than the sword. Some wise person said that. I look out my window at the crusted snow, lit by a few streetlights and a string of misplaced
Christmas lights. Christmas with all its hope, unrealistic dreams, great expectations and slightly camouflaged greed is here again. And, once again, people are embracing it like a long lost friend. I even heard someone say to me the other day they loved Christmas. It was their favorite time of year. This person was an adult, too. I turn the pages of the newspaper. It’s more of the same. I think of the lyrics to the song that say ‘we need a little Christmas.’ Coffee break over, I head to work. I pull back onto the bumpy road that singles out my subdivision from the next subdivision which no doubt has the same bumpy road, but different street sign. I drive past the houses with the Christmas lights and the trees all lit up against the winter darkness.
“Good for you,” I say silently giving them the thumbs up! Of course, they don’t know that I’m doing that. No one else is up, or so it seems. But, I have to say that in the midst of all the hatred and senseless violence and crime and atrocities that spill out onto the pages of the news, I have decided one thing. It is true; we do need a little Christmas. Or perhaps, what we really need is the faith to believe in what Christmas stands for so we know that somewhere in this tarnished and unhappy world, goodness will, in the end, win out. And the Toronto Maple Leafs will win the Stanley Cup, making fans such as my brothers, who are watching the games from heavenly seats, very happy! But that, perhaps, is too much to hope for.
Confidence issues often plague teens who don’t know how to cope Confidence is a must if you want to lead a happy and successful life. Loving yourself and keeping a healthy balance both physically and mentally is a great way to avoid sadness, and many teen issues. Everyone, young or old goes through confidence troubles at some point in their lives, I myself and many people I know feel like they’re not good enough sometimes. Sometimes when a person is so set in their ways they give themselves negative self-talk. For example they may be always wishing they were skinnier or prettier. It’s hard for them to believe that they’re perfect just how they are. This is becoming an overwhelming and somewhat scary problem for teens and young adults. Many teens, when only noticing their flaws, become victim of things like self harm, the risk of an eating disorder such as binge eating or starvation, or drug or alcohol abuse. Confidence issues can also cause
family and home probing myself to mature lems. Some even go way too fast because I to the extreme and felt as though it was a change almost everygood coping strategy. I thing about themselves also felt like it was my so as to feel some relief duty to try and fix my by attempting to hide family. and cover up what they In the end, I ran don’t like about their from the scary reality appearance or personof my life and ended ality. up changing almost Taylor Snell It’s almost imposeverything about myWork Experience sible to feel happy and self. Dark days sitloved if you don’t learn ting in my room, or to love yourself first. spending nights upon When people say or do things to nights alone made me believe for a put you down or to make your con- while that nobody wanted me. Durfidence level go down, I believe it’s ing those two years, with all the because they, too, have problems of overwhelming amount of stress and their own. sadness, I didn’t like who I was. On When I was about 12 or 13-years- top of everything else I began to look old, a lot of things started to change in at myself in a different way. “Ugly” my life. I was confused about many was just one of the words I would of the events taking place at home, in use to describe myself. I was scared my family and the education aspect of the girl looking back at me in the of my early teen years. I tried forc- mirror. Eating became a problem for
me, I didn’t do enough of it and I became even slimmer then I already was. A big turning point in my life is when I moved to Rimbey with my father, his girlfriend and their beautiful son. I slowly began to understand even more that life is a gift and that you need to love yourself. Self-confidence can be lowered or heightened by many different things. Mine got low because of stress, loneliness and sadness, but got heightened by the realization of love that my parents and family have for me. We all, no matter what, go through bad days or even years of battling confidence issues. Surround yourself with positive people or just do things you enjoy or are good at, and just learn to let go. Get over the fact that not just you, but everyone has flaws. Then you will begin to grow and love even the flaws you see in yourself.
Generations remember: Colgan Beddoes and his aunt, Bobbie Beddoes laid a wreath on behalf of Colgan’s great, great grandfather, Leonard Beddoes during Rimbey’s Remembrance Day Service. Treena Mielke Photo
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Rimbey library fundraiser features pub night with Celtic band By Treena Mielke The Rimbey library board has decided to liven up its major fundraiser this year and hold a pub night featuring St. James’s Gate, a popular Celtic band. The library fundraiser is to be held Nov. 29 beginning at 7 p.m. at the Rimbey Community Centre. Librarian Jean Keetch said she is excited about the fundraiser.
“They are a very talented band, very popular. They have a strong following. It will be like a pub night. People can listen to the music, have some drinks and there will be food available. We will also have 50/50 draws and a wheel of fortune. There will be space for dancing, as well.” Keetch said the library board decided they wanted to try something different than the traditional fundraising dinner theatre this year in an effort to raise more aware-
ness about the library, and, in the process, bring in much needed dollars. “The money is to go towards our operating budget,” she said. “Every year we need to do a fundraiser to raise funds to meet our needs,” she said. St. James’s Gate is comprised of musicians whose Celtic inspired tunes consists of dynamic vocals, three-part harmonies, rousing fiddle music, acoustic/ electric bass and rhythm guitar and
drums guaranteed to entertain young and old. The band specializes in a variety of Irish music, including beautiful ballads and waltzes, faster than lightning jigs and reels, traditional pub songs and contemporary Irish music. They also incorporate bluegrass, polka, Cajun, and classic English/ American rock and folk songs in their musical selections.
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Remembrance Day Service well attended
Standing from the left during the Rimbey Remembrance Day Service were Const. Larissa Shadforth, Const. Dallas Langley, Sgt. Mark Groves, Const. Luke Halvorson, Rimbey Legion members Bob Lapointe and Walter Lynn, an unidentified Ponoka Air Cadet, Alida Granson, Ponoka Air Cadets, (Dale Waldron) not pictured, Mchael Jarmoluk, Const. Jon Maillet, Master Cpl. David Hornsey, (retired), and Const. Tyler Hagel. Pastor Mark Schultz from the Zion Lutheran Church pictured in the background also took part. Treena Mielke photo
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Michael Jarmoluk, who recently celebrated his 90th birthday, proudly carried his flag in the Remembrance Day service and stood at attention during the opening ceremonies. Jarmoluk, a Second World War veteran who recently returned from five days in Rome, said he was pleased his family attended the service. â€œThey got to see that the old guy is still marching,â€? he said with a chuckle. Joining Jarmoluk in the colour party was Legion members Dale Waldron, Walter Lynn and Bob Lapointe. Master of ceremonies Rimbey Legion President, Comrade Tyler Hagel said it is important to remember the veterans who laid down their lives for their country and also to honour the veterans who came home. â€œIt is important that they pass their stories onto us so we will never forget,â€? he said. Pastor Mark Schultz from the Zion Lutheran Church said giving thanks to our veterans for the bravery and commitment to their country needs to be a priority for everyone. â€œThey fought for lasting peace. Our veterans served their country and by serving their country they have also served God. We need to honor our veterans who have fought in past wars and who fight today. We need government and we need armies, but we also need to honor God, it is he who holds the fields forever.â€? Wreaths were laid on behalf of organizations and individuals and following the service, members of the Rimbey Legion and the Ladies Auxiliary extended a warm invitation for all for lunch and fellowship at the Legion Hall. Following the retiring of the colours and The Royal Anthem, Comrade Hagel presented Harold Kenney, president of the Rimbey Historical Society with a $25,000 cheque to go towards the restoration of Rimbeyâ€™s war museum located at Pas Ka Poo Park.
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10 The Rimbey Review, Nov. 19, 2013
Musical fundraiser is well attended By Treena Mielke
into the Canadian Rodeo Cowboy Hall of Fame in A classic country music fundraiser concert October 2004. Gary Okrainec, one of Edmonton’s foremost sponsored by Westlake Community Society held steel guitar players and a veteran of the music in Rimbey recently was well attended and proved scene in Canada, proved to be a crowd favorite.. to be a real crowd pleaser. Alfie Myhre got the crowd clapping with his Mel Fisher, secretary of the society said the amazing fiddle playing, also plays the banjo. performance by the Alberta Country Legends and During the last 50 years, Myhre has toured in the Rodeo Wind Band held at Rimbey Community Japan, Hong Kong, London, Berlin and the USA Centre went over really well. and is a two-time winner of the Grand North “We had over 200 people there and the com- American Fiddle Championship. In 1987 he rements we got were very positive.” ceived an achievement award of excellence from The musicians provided an entertaining mix the Province of Alberta. He is also a recipient of of traditional country music, and kept the crowd the Bev Munro Award. laughing between sets with humorous antidotes Singer/songwriter Pete Hicks has been with and jokes. CFCW for 30 years and is the band’s base player, The musicians, themselves, seem to be having soundman and part time master of ceremonies. a good time, and their down home type of music His talent as a musician and his stories provided was toe tapping and lively. great entertainment. George Myren, who is originally from Viking, Lead guitarist Richard Chernesky’s exceptionAlfie Myhre, who got the crowd clapping with his amazing fiddle playbut now lives in Edmonton founded the Associa- al talent and efforts in the preservation and proing at a fundraiser held recently, also plays the banjo. During the last tion of Canadian Country Music Legends, and is motion of traditional country music won him the 50 years, Myhre has toured in Japan, Hong Kong, London, Berlin and now the band leader and its bass guitar player. coveted Bev Munro Award in the spring of 2005. the USA and is a two-time winner of the Grand North American Fiddle He started the band as a millennium project in Randy Hollar, a country and gospel singer, has Championship. Treena Mielke Photo 2000. always been a great fan of Wilf Carter’s and has “At that time it seemed there was a void for the been singing and yodeling Wilf’s songs for many 40 and over crowd,” he said. years. Myren is a versatile musician who not only Joyce Smith, who is married to Myren is one plays several instruments; he makes and repairs of the first few Canadian country music artists to have a record sell well in excess of 100,000 copies them in his spare time. A multi-talented cowboy, Myren was inducted in the U.S. with her hit ‘Leavin On Your Mind’ a year before Patsy Cline recorded it. The musical talent of Tim Lent on drums November 26 and Bev Munro, who Come dress up as a Disney Princess has recorded for Capiff. sta ir the and get your picture taken with to welcomes tal Records rounded your friends! Choose from a variety of costumes and props provided. of s ect asp out the talented musiall in d November 21 nce erie Well exp Choose your backdrop. Book your cians. party with Brittany Brockhoff today! The concert was hair styles & barbering. Call (403) 403) 348.6314 or held to assist the Socijasperavestudios@gmail.com gmail.com email jasperavestudios for more details. ety in raising funds for November 30 Hot Shaves available Studio open 9-5 Mon & Thurs. a planned community Dates and Times for parties centre on an 11-acre are ﬂ exible. with Josie lot west of Parkland Beach. November 20 Walk-ins welcome. Westlake ComSylvan Lake, AB munity Society was 6 days a week. formed in August 2008 “Discover the Difference” 403-843-3190 as a non-profit society 888-766-2353 - 403-887-4494 www.rimbeyauction.com to evaluate the need www.blindmanvalleypropane.ca and to plan for future Regular l P Propane D Delivery li S System construction of a com- Our customized routing system gives customers best annual average pricing and delivery munity/recreation comFlexible Payment Plans plex that would serve - Pay with Visa, M/C, Auto Debit, Online, Cheque or Cash the residents of all Tank Sales & Rentals subdivisions in Ponoka - Prompt tank delivery and exchange and Lacombe counties.
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MLA defends new mayor MLA Anglin requested says no apology needed to explain information Dear Editor, In response to a letter to the editor alleging Mayor Pankiw misrepresented facts regarding the senior’s lodge during the campaign; the allegations are baseless. The application process for a new 80 unit Rimbey Senior’s lodge first stalled and then, in effect, expired. Any claims or allegations to the contrary cannot be supported by evidence or fact. On October 29, 2013 an updated application for a new seniors lodge was submitted to the Minister of Municipal Affairs. This application is considerably different than the original 80-unit application prepared in 2011. After 18 months of stalled negotiations, there is now every reason to expect the land purchase for a new lodge will be completed within days or weeks. Most importantly, changes have been initiated at the lodge to improve working conditions for the staff. All this has been done within the first month of the new administration. I am happy to say I worked closely with the new mayor to make this all happen. Regardless of what critics think of Mayor Pankiw, he has accomplished more in one month to advance a new lodge than the previous 18 months.
Further, I will be meeting with Mayor Pankiw tomorrow in Edmonton to discuss a variety of options to secure funding for a new lodge. This will be our second meeting since Mayor Pankiw met with Minister Griffiths to discuss a new Rimbey Senior’s Lodge. No one needs to ponder how Mayor Pankiw came to possess correspondence from me. When he set out to learn the facts of the matter, he asked! This does not require an apology. Joe Anglin MLA Rimbey - Rocky Mountain House Rimbey Editor’s Note: In an article in the Oct. 15 edition of the Rimbey Review Kathleen Range, Press Secretary to Municipal Affairs Minister, Doug Griffiths said the proposal, which first went before the government in 2011, has not been discarded, although the government wants additional information. “What they will be doing with the existing facility needs to be clarified,” she said. We are expecting a revised proposal,” Denis Beesley, president of Bethany Group, the CAO of Rimoka housing also stated in the article a revised proposal was in place and he had plans to meet with the Ministry that week or next.
Dear Editor In reference to a recent letter in the Rimbey Review from Florence Stemo. I am not a resident of the town of Rimbey and I shall not comment on the present or past mayors. However I am a resident of the Ponoka County and the subject of the proposed seniors’ facility is also a county issue. Joe Anglin is also my MLA representative. The fall out and confusion of the alleged
misinformation presented to the mayor elect by Mr. Anglin should be borne by Mr. Anglin. I request MLA Joe Anglin to step up to the plate and explain his actions. He does boast accountability, doesn’t he? I am not defending the new mayor of Rimbey but let’s not shoot the messenger. We need to go to the alleged source of the misleading information. Aubrey Finnen
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Edge returns from CFR with winnings
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Girl power: Rimbey Novice 1 played an excellent game Saturday against Airdrie, but lost out in an eighth round shoot out 6-5. Eight teams participated in the novice tournament Saturday and Sunday. Alexis Neumeier, No. 9, flanked by willing teammates goes after the puck, Saturday. Treena Mielke photo
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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By Treena Mielke A Rimbey cowboy has returned from the CFR with a fair chunk of change jingling in his pocket and a positive attitude about his experience. Dean Edge faced stiff competition in the tie down roping event at the Canadian Finals Rodeo held in Edmonton at Rexall Place Nov. 6 to 10, but still he managed to come away somewhat richer financially and none the worse for wear because of the experience. Edge’s time of 8.5 won him the second spot in Saturday’s night competition at the CFR, netting him earnings of $8,527.00. Unfortunately, his other scores did not place him among the top contenders, but Edge is a seasoned cowboy and, as such, has experienced both highs and lows in his rodeo career. With the CFR behind him, he looks back on the experience as another enjoyable highlight. “I always like competing at the CFR,” he said. “It’s exciting and can really make a financial difference for the year. I didn’t have as much luck this year, but I roped okay and won some money.” Edge finished fourth in the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association season and has been a contender in the CFR seven times.
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The Rimbey Review, Nov. 19, 2013 13
Bentley offered community Remembrance Day Service, last Elks turkey bingo, and museum open house November 11 By June Norvila There were special ways to commemorate November 11 in Bentley. A traditional Remembrance Day service was staged in the Bentley Community Church led by Pastor Greg Rathjen. It did not appear to be as well attended as some other times, but the service was again reverent and well planned. It started with the singing of O’ Canada and the march in of the color parade with flags carried in by local Royal Canadian Legion Branch 230 members Terry Dickau and Adam Metro, and included Staff Sgt. Gary Rhodes from the Sylvan Lake RCMP detachment dressed in his red serge, Fred Whitely from Bentley in uniform representing the RCAF, and Girl Guides and leaders representing the Sparks, Brownies, and Guides. There were power point presentations with memories from the Liberation of Holland 65 years ago, and memories shared about Bentley’s Robert (Bob) Armstrong who had served in Dieppe and been a POW and had passed away this fall. There was the traditional laying of the wreaths, a film of sevenyear old Sophie Rathjen singing “Do We Think About Our Freedom?”, and times of reflection and prayer before the singing of God Save the Queen and the march
out. Across the way in the old Community Hall, starting at 1 p.m., the Bentley Elks Lodge #318 held their last turkey bingo as the group is folding at the end of the year after 65 years serving in the
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L TOO Longtime Bentley Elks member, Martin Schneider, packs up one of the last turkeys for the Bentley Elks last turkey bingo. June Norvila Photo
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freshments and cookies were offered along with the community. Attendance and support was very good at the ‘always-free’ admission. start, but did thin out as the afternoon progressed. Forty games of bingo were played. Some high 403-843-2217 Office school students and some members from the Ponoka Shirley Hough Elks club helped out the few local Elks members. Cell: The local Bentley Royal Purple Lodge #264 laREAL ESTATE (A Division of Eskdale Holdings Ltd.) 403-783-1961 Multiple Listing Service dies once again served their renowned homemade pies, beef-on-a bun, and coffee, tea, and water from Main street commercial building; the concession area. currently office spaces but could be used It was deemed a successful bingo with all 40 of the turkeys gone by just after 4 p.m. for your own idea! $99,900. Proceeds from the bingo were designated to go Feb. 8, 2014 - Great guided bus tour to to the Bentley School Awards Program. Arizona for 22 days! Also, from noon until 4 p.m. the local Bentley Museum held an open house with their military disGo alone for $2,999; 2 people for $2,199 plays being highlighted. White crosses with some each; 3 for $1,999 each & 4 would be local veterans names were ‘planted’ in the white $1,899 each. Take that well deserved snow leading to the museum entrance. Some sociwinter break! ety members were on hand to answer questions or give a guided tour. Their newest, biggest building ALL Canvas Art pieces are 50% off retail! is now quite full of artifacts and exhibits. Light re-
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Local musicians to hold Christmas concert at United Church By Treena Mielke
Sylvan Lake, who performs regularly as a solo artist Debbie Bergeron loves Christmas and is pleased and with others in a multitude of venues. Both musicians are in high demand as their to be able to share her love of the season through music is a wonderful way to enjoy the spirit of the her own special talent of singing and song/writing. season. The songwriter/recording artist/producer, who Fuss-Dutz is happy to come back to Rimbey to moved to Rimbey from Hope, B.C. last year is experform. cited to hold her very first Christmas concert here “I’m looking forward to performing some new this year. arrangements of Christmas songs with Debbie. This Bergeron’s Tender Country Christmas concert is our very first time doing Christmas music togethis to be held at 7 p.m. Dec. 1 at the Rimbey United er and I’m sure it will be a treat for the audience.” Church. Bergeron said Christmas truly is her favorite During her concert Bergeron plans to sing tra- time of the year and she is pleased to be in the heart ditional Christmas carols as well as several original of Alberta where the cold and snow brings its own country cuts from her CD ‘The Gift.’ special kind of beauty. Accompanying Bergeron the keyboard will be In keeping with the spirit of the season, Brenda Fuss-Dutz, an accomplished musician from Debbie Bergeron Bergeron’s CD, The Gift, brings with it the flavor of a down home country Christmas. The CD, features 12 tracks; nine of which have been written by Bergeron. The music offers a variety of styles such as swing, two-step, lullabies and ballads. It also includes the traditional Christmas carol, O Holy Night and the ever-popular Little Toy Trains. For Bergeron, who began singing at the age of four when her aunt Norma set up her amp and microphone in the centre of the living room and encouraged the little girl to sing, writing songs and singing is as natural as breathing. She writes from the heart. “I write what I feel,” she said. She recorded her debut CD called ‘Makin A Connecion’ in Nashville in 1998 at the Gatlin Brothers Studio. “It was a dream come true to go to Nashville and I was dipping my toes in the water. I thought it would be my only shot.” The CD did well, especially in the European country music 13113ZF0 charts. Her second CD, She Drives, Kerry McClelland, at Hammer Stock Farms produced by Mesh Studios in Burnaby, B.C. received rave reviews in Canada and European countries and was nominated for Album of the Year through the British Columbia Country Music Association. Throughout her career, Bergeron has received several nominations in British Columba and in Nashville from the Entertainer Indi-Association and has twice won the award as Country You want your electricity service to be simple and worry-free and we deliver on that promise every day. At Gospel Performer of the Year with British Columbia Country FortisAlberta, we’re backed by the resources and expertise to accommodate any new service connections, Music Association. In November 2005 she perprovide expert advice on rates and energy efficiency and even financial support. formed at the famous Bluebird Café and the Gibson Theatre in Our employees are a familiar part of the communities they serve and they are proud to deliver on our Opryland. Her music is truly a gift from promise to provide electricity to homes, farms and business customers God, said Bergeron, adding it throughout Alberta. gives her great pleasure to share her talent with others knowing she has touched someone’s life in a positive way. “It gives me joy,” she said. For any new service connection, service need or questions, Bergeron’s CD, ‘The Gift’ is available at Pharmasave and call 310-WIRE (9473) or visit www.fortisalberta.com our promise is your power Rimbey Value Drug Mart.
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Bentley School remembers By June Norvila
sung by grade 10 Nethaniel DiLella and accompanied on guitar by grade 12 Taylor Bohn and on keyboard by teacher Kolybaba. Master Cpl. Ban gave a special emotional address along with a power point presentation that combined both past and current history. Students from grades one and two presented “In Flanders Fields”, and a special power point presentation put together by grade 10’s Alyssa Sorensen and Taylor Hand was shown. Many wreaths were laid before a grade 3-5 Fine Arts student’s hand bell / xylophone performance. Kolybaba acknowledged many students whom she said were of the utmost importance to carrying out the production. Besides those already mentioned, there were Cole Mackenzie, the school tech “guru guy”, and others including some members of the sr. high school boys volleyball team from Grade 12 - Matthew Day, Spencer Holden, Carson Schneider, Nathan Dennehy, Kolton Hueppelsheuser, and more, not forgetting those who helped set up, put away, and more. The program closed with two verses of “God Save the Queen”. As in the past, the near-by Bentley Care Center had been invited to bring over some of the residents to enjoy the service, which they did, where residents were assisted by school student volunteers.
“It (the Remembrance Day school service) is important to me. I am lucky to be allowed to be so creative with the program,” said teacher Marla Kolybaba as the explained how she ties many subjects including art and music and more into the school’s Remembrance Day program. “And the others (in the school) are so supportive of me and back me up.” Kolybaba missed out on doing the program last year as she was on sick leave, but was happy to be right back in the thick of directing it again this year. And once again it was a magnificent hour-long program. The design picked for the cover of the printed program, and passed out by Payton Vert and Chantal Schunk, was artwork done by Mataya Hansen. A wonderful musical prelude was performed by Vivien, Domenica, and Steven Schunk on saxophones, keyboard and flute. Six members from the Red Deer Royal Canadian Legion Pipe & Drum band that included drummer Arnie MacAskill, a former vice principal at the Bentley Elementary school, led the march-in and later played a medley of tunes. The colour party included the marching band, Lacombe Royal Canadian Legion and Ladies Auxiliary members, Master Cpl. Dakyung Ban from Canadian Forces base Red Deer, Staff Sgt. Gary Rhodes from the Sylvan Lake RCMP detachment dressed in Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) his red serge, RCMP Liaison Officer Cst. training course Leanne Zielke, school MHFA Canada teaches mental health first aid skills. vice principal and It is meant to assist education professionals, health Bentley Fire Departproviders, parents and other adults in the identification of mental health problems and appropriate first aid ment member Stephen intervention strategies. Lush, Cadets, trumThursday, November 21, 5:00 - 8:30 peter Natalie Humble, Friday, November 22, 5:00 - 8:30 Guiding and Scouting Saturday, November 23, 9:00 - 4:00 members, and more. This is a certificate course, please call Neighbourhood Place Students had volun403-843-4304 or Adult Learning 403-843-3201 to register teered to do parts in the service. The singing of NEED A “O’ Canada” was led by Emily Weiss from Grade 3 and the “Lord’s Check status of 3 Government Prayer” by Jacob SiGrants/Assistance each worth mard., also in Grade 3. $5000 or more Former Bentley stuCHECK BIG IRON’S SPECIAL DISCOUNT PACKAGE dent, Natalie Humble, Worth more than: $5000 returned to Bentley PLUS FREE “KONTINUOS SHOK” CHLORINATOR from Victoria to once again play the ‘Last 10 YR. TIME PAYMENT PLAN O.A.C t NO DOWN PAYMENT Post’. RED DEER 403-346-7550 An unusual but remarkable rendition of “Amazing Grace” that combined the lyrics of “Amazing Grace” with TOLL FREE 1-800-BIG-IRON the tune of “The House View our 29 patented and patent pending inventions of the Rising Sun’, was online at www.1800bigiron.com
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Ponoka County backs loan for Rimbey Agrim Centre By Treena Mielke
Cutforth states Ponoka County intends to guarantee the loan in support of the Rimbey Agriculture Society’s construction of the Agrim Centre. The Ponoka County’s continued belief in guarantee is to be in the form of a line of credit with ATB Financial, Rimbey, with an interest rate of prime less 0.5 per cent. County Reeve Paul McLaughlin said guaranteeing loans is not a usual practice for the county. “However, it matches the same endorsement we have extended to the Ag Event Centre in Ponoka.” Mayor Rick Pankiw said he sees the Agrim Centre as a huge boon to Rimbey. “The revenue possibilities it could bring into the town are wonderful. The revenue (potential) is astronomical.” Pankiw encourages the agriculture board to talk to council about the project. “We’re open to have them come see us. We’re open to help. As a town we support it-- one hundred per cent.” Earlier, the town helped out the Agrim Centre financially by waiving the $50,000 security deposit. Ken Whitelock, director and building committee member said he is pleased with the speed with which the building is going up. “It should be closed in before Christmas,” he The approximately $4.5 million Agrim Centre is beginning to take shape and should be closed in by Christmas. The ag said. centre will be a great boon to Rimbey and surrounding area and will bring spectators in for various events and provide The opening date has not yet been finalized as a venue for many organizations. APN Photo it depends on variables like weather and availability of sub trades and materials. However, the impressive skeleton of the centre is now visible for all to see. The 60,000-squarefoot Agrim Centre is to include a riding arena, meeting space, boardroom, announcers’ box, concession and a grandstand to seat 900. 0 0 0 0 The centre is to be ,9 ,9 1 8 WAS $3 WAS $3 multi functional and bring in spectators for Includes: Fridge, Stove, Fireplace, Air Conditioning, Window various events as well Coverings, Oak Cabinetry with Corian Countertops, Balcony, as provide space for High Security Card Locks, All Utilities except Telephone. organizations such as 2013 FORD EXPLORER XLT XLT 2013 FORD EDGE SELL 2008 CHEVROLET TAHOE LTZ TZ Z71 Z 1 2011 FORD F-150 ECO-BOOST S18193.5L - 3RDV6ROW SEAT, 4-WHEEL BRAKES, 6-SPEED A/T, S17735.3L - 3.5L HEATED PANORAMIC 4-H clubs. The centre is S1658 V8,V6,4X4, DVD LEATHER PLAYER,SEATS, HEATED LEATHER, S1651 TWIN TURBO, 4X4,DISC KEYLESS ENTRY, POWER A/T, ADJUSTABLE STEERING WHEEL, ALUMINUM WHEELS, AUTOSUNROOF,UPGRADED RIMSWHEELS, AND TIRES! STEERING WHEELS REMOTE START, ALLOY ONLY 88,213KMS! WINDOWS/LOCKS, ALLOY WHEELS, ONLY 31,476KMS! to be built with an outDIMMING REARVIEW MIRROR, AUTOMATIC HEADLIGHTS CONTROLS, ONLY 25,438KMS $ $ side balcony and a solar 26,900 36,900 NOW$32,900 NOW$32,900 wall and rainwater is to 6,900 4,900 be used for the buildWAS $2 WAS $3 ing’s non-potable water needs. Ironwood Building Systems in the primary contractor. 2012 CADILLAC CTS 3.0L AWD SE 2012 DODGE F-250 CHARGERXLT 2010 FORD 2009 NISSAN PATHFINDER S1775 - 3.0L V6, ALL WHEEL DRIVE, ALLOY WHEELS, PANORAMIC S1803 - 3.6L V6,REMOTE START,ENTRY, HEATEDPAINTED SEATS, HANDS S1644 6.8L V10, 4X4, KEYLESS FLARES, S1656 4.0L V6, 4X4, ALLOY WHEELS, POWER SEATS, The county has conSUNROOF,BOSE AUDIO SYSTEM, DUAL CLIMATE CONTROLS,ONLY FREEUPGRADED PHONE, SUNROOF, ALLOY WHEELS, REAR SPOILER, ONLY RIMS AND TIRES, ONLY 59,613KMS! SUNROOF, STEERING WHEEL CONTROLS, 116,378KMS! 27,736KMS! tributed $1.2 million to 35,994KMS! $ $ the project and Ecrim 24,900 32,900 NOW$29,900 NOW$22,900 Agencies recently con9,900 2,900 tributed $25,000. WAS $2 WAS $3 The board is hopeful more private and corporate sponsors will come forward to lend MAZDA CX-7 GTH2 2011 BMW 328I XDRIVE AWD PREMIUM financial support to 2007 20 02011 07 HUMM HUMMER 2 2009 NISSAN ROGUE SLPKG S1756A 2.3LALL 4CYL TURBO, ALL WHEEL DRIVE, SUNROOF, S18082.5L - 3.0L, AWD, STEERING WHEEL, 17”ALLOYS, S1655 6.0L-V8, WHEEL DRIVE, 22” RIMS, TOYO MT TIRES, BP1659 4CYL, ALL HEATED WHEEL DRIVE, HEATED LEATHER, STEERING the $4.5 million dollar HEATED LEATHER SEATS, BOSE AUDIO, BACK UP CAMERA, ONLY LEATHER, SUNROOF, ONLY 47,950 KMS! HEATED LEATHER, LIGHTBAR, BACK UP CAMERA, 88,827KMS! WHEEL CONTROLS, SUNROOF, ALLOY WHEELS, 55,108KMS 35,137KMS! building. Donors are $ $ 26,900 30,900 NOW $41,900 NOW$22,900 also encouraged to purchase square footage at $25 a square. Daryl Tyson James Fitz For more informaCzuy Czuy Torrens Capicio Owner Sales Sales Sales tion on the Rimbey AgManager Consultant Consultant Quiet Adult Complex, Age 40+, No Pets, Rent Starts rim centre check out the at $1380 P/M. Call ERNIE at 780-335-6767 website at www.agrim. Located Beside the Traf¿c Circle 403.887.7707 403.887.7707 •• www.truckranch.ca www.truckranch.ca ca the Rimbey Agrim Centre has not only manifested itself in actual dollars, but also in the county’s willingness to back a
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BUTTERS, Marilyn Jean (Clarke) August 13 1941 - November 6 2013 In great sadness the four surviving children of a beautiful strong lady, regret to inform you she has passed away. Our mom was predeceased by our father Arvid Butters her oldest son Jack Butters and special friend Emile Snoxell. Her joy in life was her grandchildren 19 in total and her great grandchildren a “whopping” total of 35. In lieu of flowers please feel free to donate in memory of Marilyn Butters to the Transplant Team at the University Hospital in Edmonton Alberta in appreciation for the 12 years gifted to her family and friends after her double lung transplant. “WATCHING OVER US FROM BEHIND THE MOON”
GILLESPIE Mr. George Alex Gillespie of Rimbey, Alberta passed away in the Rimbey Long Term Care Centre on Tuesday November 12, 2013 at the age of 85 years. Predeceased by his parents, two wifes Leah and Peggy, one son Kim and by a brother Chuck, and by a sister Clara Katherine Gillespie. Alex is survived by his two sons; Ian (Shondell) Gillespie of Grande Prairie, Alberta and Mark Gillespie of Rimbey. Alex also leaves to mourn one grandson Benny Gillespie of Wetaskiwin and three brothers; Andy Gillespie of Rimbey, Dick (Sylvia) Gillespie of Lacombe, Bill Gillespie of Rimbey and two sisters; Helen and Mary. Memorial services were held from Wilson’s Funeral Chapel & Crematorium in Rimbey, Alberta on Tuesday November 19, 2013 at 2:00 PM. If friends desire, memorial contributions may be made to Canadian Cancer Society, Red Deer Unit 4730A Ross St. Red Deer, AB.T4N 1X2 or to the Alzheimer Society of Alberta, 10531 Kingsway Ave. Edmonton Alberta T5H 4K1. 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) 783-3366 “A Caring Family, Caring For Families”
TKACIK Feb. 2, 1924 - Nov. 10, 2013 It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Valent Blaise Tkacik. He leaves to celebrate his life, his loving wife of 56 years Orva; one son Brad and three daughters, Valerie, Gwen and her husband Jim, Kristine and her husband Chris; his grandchildren Andrea, Chelsea, Braden and Zac who brought tremendous joy to his life. Valent will be greatly missed by special nephew and nieces Gary, Bev, Pat (Chris), Mavis (Bill) and great nephews and nieces Derek (Jessica), Craig (Brittney), Dean, Carly, Madison and Mackenzie; as well as sisters Sophie (Gordon) and Mary (Gunnar) and many nephews and nieces that will miss him very much. Valent loved farming and lived his life doing his life’s calling. Valent will be remembered and missed by his many close friends and his community. Valent had a great love for his faith, family, farming and community. Special thanks to those who were here when needed our everlasting gratitude to you. Prayer Vigil was held from St. Margaret’s Catholic Church in Rimbey on Sunday November 17, 2013 at 7:00 PM. Funeral mass was celebrated at St. Margaret’s Catholic Church in Rimbey on Monday November 18th, 2013 at 1:00 pm. If you wish, donations can be made to Camp Quality Canada, a camp for children with cancer: www.campquality.com or the charity of one’s choice. 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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LAYTON, Clara (nee Tilleman) Feb. 9, 1926 Nov. 7, 2013 Clara was born in Bassano, AB to Edward and Christina Tilleman. She, and her twin sister Elsie, were the 7th and 8th children out of 10. The family later moved to Medicine Hat. Clara met Robert when he was in the Air Force at the Suffield Air Base. They were married in 1944 and started their married life in Calgary until he got his discharge in ‘46 when they moved back to the farm in Rimbey with their 6 month old daughter. Their family grew to 8 kids in the next 11 years. Clara was an active partner in the farm while raising her family. After retiring from farming, she went to work and continued working until she retired for good at the age of 67. Clara really enjoyed sports. She started playing baseball as a pitcher for the Lockhart Lady Birds when the twins were still young and continued to play until she was 65. During the winter she curled. She loved to bowl, camp, fish, hunt, travel and spend time with her family. Clara was predeceased by her husband of 52 years, Robert Duncan Layton in 1996, her son Allen in 2002, son in law John Tessier in 2009, son in law Andrew Brown in 1982, four sisters and four brothers. She is survived by one sister Rosa Demaris, sister in law Mary Blake, and brother in law Hal Bodden, as well as her children Donna Pearson (Jim), Robert Layton (Mae), Harvey Layton (Lois), Heather Gudim (Rob), Christine Tessier, Tim Layton (Karen) and Tom Layton (Lyn) She is also survived by 24 grandchildren, 27 great grandchildren, 1 great-great granddaughter and numerous nieces, nephews, friends and neighbors. Funeral Services will be held at the First Church of the Nazarene, Rimbey, AB, on Saturday, November 16, 2013 at 2:00 PM. Expressions of sympathy may be made by visiting www.wilsonsfuneralchapel.ca WILSON’S FUNERAL CHAPEL & CREMATORIUM, of Lacombe and Rimbey in charge of the arrangements. 403-782-3366 403-843-3388 “A Caring Family, Caring For Families”
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MCDONALD MCTIGHE Margaret ( Peggy) Sept. 12, 1923 - Nov. 5, 2013
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Margaret will be missed by her daughter, Marilyn McDonald Wells and her children, Teresa Stone Lea (Mike) and family, Colin Stone (Natasha) and family and Grayson Wells; her daughter, Diane McDonald Sim (Darryl) and their children, Natasha Sim, Sheena Sim Pike (Jay) and family, Derek Sim; her stepdaughter, Shirley McTighe Carruthers (Wally) and their children, Charmin and Laine, eleven greatgrandchildren, and one fifth generation great-great-granddaughter. Margaret is also survived by her brothers, Andy and Jimmy Webb (Jean), and sisters-in-law Alice Webb (Geordie), and Nora McTighe Broderson. Margaret was predeceased by her brothers, Geordie and Ronnie Webb; sisters-in- law, Cora Webb (Andy) and Shirley Webb (Ronnie); stepson, Wayne McTighe and son-in-law Bruce Wells. Margaret was eleven when her mom died. Being the sole woman, for the most part, in a house with four brothers, a father and an uncle, she worked hard baking bread, biking home at lunch to put the loaves in the oven, doing huge amounts of laundry and cleaning to her perfectionist state. She always looked forward to any news coming from “home”. Margaret’s husband, Douglas McDonald passed away in 1966. Both were born in McAuley, MB. She married Phillip McTighe and moved to the Eckville farm, where they resided close to thirty years. They moved off the farm to Rimbey and a few years later, Phillip passed away. Margaret was an oilfield secretary in Drayton Valley for Schlumberger, a postmistress at Sylvan Lake and a part time clerk at the Bay in Red Deer. Margaret will be remembered for her love of a good time, her ready laugh and her enjoyment of dancing. She kept a spotless house, grew a big garden and prepared many great meals. After supper, she read her cherished newspaper. When Margaret wasn’t playing a game of cards with her grandchildren or great-grandson Andrew, she would be curling, fishing or camping. In the winter, she and Phillip frequently travelled to Mexico, St. Lucia, or Vancouver Island. Cross country skiing, potato digging, bonfires, skeet shooting, grouse hunting and great holiday meals are memories of good times at the farm. The families want to give thanks from the bottom of their hearts to Bethany Lodge at Sylvan Lake and Red Deer’s West Park Lodge for such excellent care for our little mom. There will be a private celebration of her life. Condolences may be sent or viewed by visiting www.parklandfuneralhome.com.
HOLSTEIN Allan Holstein of Tapan BC, passed away on November 7, 2013 after a lengthy illness at the age of 77. He is survived by his wife Marj, step children Amber Robinson, Lissa Robinson and Jay Robinson. His step grand daughter Jessi, (Danny) Nicolson. Step great grand children, Bailey and Marcus. His brother Walter, (Sylvia) Holstein. 2 sisters, Ruth Bos, Pat, (George) Larsen and many treasured nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his parents, Henry and Molly Holstein, Brother Fred Holstein, sisters, Thelma Anderson, Shirley Holstein and brother in-laws, George Bos, Ted Anderson and nephew Wade Larsen and great great nephew Justice Holstein. Inurnment will follow in the summer of 2014.
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TJ LOGGING of Whitecourt, Alberta is now taking resumes for 2013 - 2014 logging season. Experienced buncher/ skidder/limber/process operators required. Please fax resume to 780-778-2428.
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HOME BASED EMBROIDERY BUSINESS for less than $10,000. Get started in the promotional products industry. Work from home on your schedule. Call PETROFIELD Industries, Nicolle at 1-866-890-9488. the Leader in manufacturing Hydrovac trucks, is accepting resumes for the following Misc. Help positions: * General Labourers * Industrial Painters Academic Express * Sandblasters ADULT EDUCATION * Material Handler AND TRAINING * Automotive Electrical Technician * Journeyman Welder / WINTER START Apprentice * 2nd Yr Welder with GED PREPARATION Aluminum experience Jan. 14 or Feb. 10 * Production Manager STARTS
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ORKIN CANADA is looking for enthusiastic individuals to start a new career. This individual must be well organized with excellent customer service skills. Position includes generous salary, performance bonuses, commission package, company vehicle, benefits and opportunity for advancement. Interested applicants can send resumes to email@example.com
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MAINTENANCE WORKER 25 plus hours, some weekends required, ďŹ‚exible. This position requires a handyman, jack of all trades, who likes a fast paced ever changing work day. Likes helping and meeting new people, and being part of a team.
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ALMITA IS GROWING â€“ GROW WITH US! Altima now has long term ďŹ nancially rewarding career opportunities available for you! If you are you looking for a challenging and rewarding career opportunity to make your mark with a modern and innovative company, Almita Piling is hiring in multiple departments.
Installation Entry Level Swampers Experienced Loader Operators Experienced Excavator Operators Accounting Project Management Manufacturing For full job details, please see our website www.almita.com/careers. To apply, please send a current resume to email@example.com or call 403-704-2640 for more info.
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