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- Violinist Matthew Salsbury was one of a number of musicians who performed at Sylvan Lake Celebration of Music Festival’s awards concert in Red Deer Sunday. More pictures on page 18. STUART FULLARTON

Spring sing - École H. J. Cody High School Choir performed several selections before joining the other three Chinooks Edge school choirs in the finale at Spring Sing last Wednesday. Director Kerry Heisler said the event is “really important for the little sizes over here to hear the little bigger sizes over there” since they don’t get to sing together often. While the other teachers work with choirs on their own time, her Grade 10-12 students can earn credits for their participation in choir as part of the curriculum. See more pictures on page 11. STEVE DILLS



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Champions - École Mother Teresa Catholic School junior girls basketball team finished the season undefeated, and beat St. Thomas Aquinas Middle School to win gold at City Finals recently. Celebrating the win were, in the back row, assistant coach/team manager Stephanie Cardinal, Domonique Robin, Katusha Goloba, Maddie Nielsen, Avery Burgar, Devin Hobbs,  Sarah deGannes and Allison Theriault; and in the front row, Teagan Moffatt, Asha Weaver,  Lizzie Fonda, Lili Gilmore, head coach Heather Weaver and Gurpreet Parmar.

PROUDLY PRESENTED BY: McDONALDS The Community Calendar is an open bulletin board for non-profit community groups running free events open to the general public. Submissions must be received by Tuesday at 12:00 p.m. and should be kept as concise as possible. We will edit for content and length. We strive to publish all submissions we receive, however, due to the number of items or space availability, we are not able to guarantee publication. If you need to be sure your message runs, we suggest you place your message in the Classified section. Deliver submissions to our office at Suite 103, 5020 50A St., Sylvan Lake, fax to 1-403-887-2081 (Toll-Free 1-888-9992081) or email to Be certain to include dates, times and contact information.

Sylvan Lake Community Health Centre, 4602-49 Ave. No appointment necessary. Call 403-887-2241 for more info. Also June 4. Wednesdays, May 7-June 18 - Non-denominational grief support group at Memorial Presbyterian Church from 7-8:30 pm. No charge. Phone 403-887-5702 to register. Friday, May 9 - Brenda Faye’s fashion show at Memorial Presbyterian Church, 5020 48 St., 7 pm. Tickets available at Brenda Faye’s Fashions, church office weekdays 9-12 or call Sharon Graham 403887-2434. Friday, June 6-Sunday, June 8 - Benalto is celebrating 100 years and our school is celebrating 76 years. Join us for a fun-filled weekend. Camping is available. Lots of events planned for all three days. For info call Eleanor 403-746-6097 or for Sat. evening supper tickets call Gloria 403-746-5494. Limited number available.

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Sylvan Lake Seniors’ Bus Association is looking for volunteer drivers approximately 3-4 times per month. For info call Don Lanterman 403-864-2230 or Rae Verity 403-887-6226. HJ Cody School fundraising for band/choir trip to Vancouver in May through bottle donations at the bottle depot. Bottles may be dropped off in the group’s name.

Wednesdays - Sylvan Lake Community Food Bank issues hampers from 9:30 am to 12 noon. Located in basement of Seventh-day Adventist Church, 4607 47th Ave., Sylvan Lake. Contact 403-887-4534 in you are in need of assistance. Sylvan Lake Al-Anon (for families and friends of alcoholics) 8 pm Sundays, Presbyterian Church (north door), Kathy 403-887-4470 or Robyn 403887-2961. Sylvan Lake AA meetings. Tuesdays 7:30 pm Lions Hall; Sundays 8 pm Presbyterian Church (north door). For more information call male 403-8874470, 403-588-5491 or female 403-887-4297. Narcotics Anonymous meetings Thursday nights at 7:30 pm at Bethany Sylvan Lake, 4700 47th Ave.

Special Events Friday, Apr. 18 Good Friday prayer walk through downtown area begins at 10 am from Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic Church on 47A Ave., and followed by an inter-denominational service at Alliance Community Church. Sunday, Apr. 20 - Easter sunrise service at the pier at 6:30 am, organized by Sylvan Lake Memorial Presbyterian Church. Thursday, Apr. 24 - Benalto & Area Rural Crime Watch Society general meeting 7 pm at Benalto Leisure Centre. Guest speaker Cst. Bruce Mann, CN Police, Calgary. Topic: Metal theft awareness and role of CN Police. For info call Yvette 403-7463429. Saturday, Apr. 26 - Central Alberta Singles dance 8:30 pm at Innisfail Legion Hall. Music by Lost Highway. For info call Elaine 403-341-7653 or Murray 403-357-8022. Everyone welcome. Wednesday, Apr. 30 - Sylvan Lake Seniors’ bus to Yellowhead Casino, Edmonton. Leave 8:30 am. Phone Joan 403-887-7614. Thursday, May 1 - Sylvan Lake Hockeyville committee meeting to plan for the NHL pre-season game and festivities around that event. Legion at 6:30 pm. Everyone welcome. Friday, May 2 - Leaders of Tomorrow awards celebrating our youth and their achievements. For info to nominate or attend contact Sylvan Lake FCSS or go to the town’s website Saturday, May 3 - Central Alberta Radio Fun Flyers (CARFF) annual model aviation auction sale at Sylvan Lake community centre starts at 11 a.m. Wednesday, May 7 - Free walk-in clinic for preschool children ages 1-5 to meet with a Registered Speech-Language Pathologist from 1-4 pm at



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At the Seniors’ Centre: Mondays - Wii bowling; Tuesdays Sit & Be Fit, Whist, Beginner Bridge, Scrabble; Wednesdays - Drama troupe, lunches, Bible study, Beginner painting with oils; Thursdays - Alberta Senior Benefit Program; Fridays - Yoga, forums, bridge. Bus trips and foot care clinics. For more info call 403-887-5428. Wednesdays - Seniors’ Drama Troupe meets from 10-11:30 am at the Seniors Centre. New members always welcome. You don’t have to be a senior to join the fun. Call Pam 403-864-2975. Thursdays - Sylvan Lake Seniors Bus to Red Deer. Pick-up starts at 9:15 am. Returning to Sylvan 1 pm from Parkland Mall. Call Don/Lydia Lanterman at 403-864-2230. Thursdays - Community Bingo at Sylvan Lake Seniors’ Centre. Precall at 6:30 bingo starts at 7 pm. Canteen opens at 5:30 pm.


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Capella, Bahler co-recipients of Volunteer of Year honours BY STEVE DILLS SYLVAN LAKE NEWS

Two very deserving active volunteers in Sylvan Lake were presented with the HCI Cup as Volunteers of the Year after judges were unable to select a single recipient this year. Cinzia Capella and Jennifer Bahler were cowinners of the award, selected from nominations of 82 people. The awards were presented during the Volunteer Applauded by Mayor Sean McIntyre and Denise Bignold (right), Volunteer of Impact Gala at the comthe Year winners Cinzia Cinzia Capella and Jennifer Bahler lifted the Healthy munity centre Friday Communities Initiative Cup during the Volunteer Impact Gala at the community night before an audicentre last Friday night. STEVE DILLS ence of 200 people who also enjoyed dinner and entertainment by St. James’ “Cinzia volunteers to help with any task that we Gate. may have and we know we can rely on her to help Capella is a “warm, welcoming, caring individu- when needed … She brings new ideas to our team al always willing to help,” said her nomination from and has grown to be one of us because it seems like the town’s FCSS team. she is always helping one of us with something … “Cinzia has volunteered her time to create, plan Not only does Cinzia help out at FCSS but she is an and teach the Lil Learners Christmas Art and Lil active volunteer in our community whether it’s Chefs. She is also taking on the Resource Library with the schools, scouts or working with different book lending project … and is going to be working groups in our community. She truly loves to volunon ages and stages brochures for Parent Place. teer and is a wonderful person to be around!” A second nomination indicated that despite seriCinzia has also played a huge part in facilitating the Me and My World Survey’s in the schools. She is a ous medical conditions, “she has, without hesitation, wonderful support and a great asset to Parent Place volunteered her time, spirit and ambition at countless locations and events in our community throughand FCSS as a whole.


out her years living in Sylvan Lake”. “It seems as though she has impacted many people’s lives in a very positive way, and always exchanges a smile and a hello with everyone.” An “amazing volunteer”, Jennifer Bahler was nominated by the staff at École Steffie Woima Elementary School. “She has volunteered countless hours in many capacities in our school. Her dedication, commitment and contributions to our school have been absolutely remarkable,” stated the nomination.

She’s the organizer and driving force behind the Steffie Kids Marathon, spending many hours finding sponsors, designing and organizing t-shirts and medals, purchasing supplies, completing applications for approval for the event, finding volunteers to provide safe crossing at the cross walks and organizing prizes. “She is deeply committed to keeping the costs down for kids and families and has spent countless hours trying to find sponsors so that every child can partipate.” Continued on Page 5




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Volunteers strengthen fabric of community; reap rewards from their work

Just as our lives are affected by a multitude of experiences, the life and fabric of our community is also similarly affected by experiences — the experiences of its residents. Weekly we see the ebb and flow of Sylvan Lake and the surrounding district, through good and bad, through tears and joy. We also watch and participate as diligent volunteers strive to impact our community’s wellbeing by what they do. Once again this year we were reminded of the vast variety of opportunities available for people who want to get out and get involved. The Volunteer Impact Gala last Friday evening was a fantastic showcase for the talents of over 80 people who have made Sylvan Lake better by their volunteer efforts. We applaud those who were recognized. And we also applaud the many unmentioned people who work behind the scenes, who don’t get recognized but who are also contributing in their

Calkins again turned to poetry to express gratitude in Hockeyville bid BY STEVE DILLS SYLVAN LAKE NEWS

MP Blaine Calkins spoke in the House of Commons during last Wednesday’s question period to acknowledge the efforts of all the people who helped in the successful bid to win the Kraft Hockeyville 2014 title. The text of his poem follows: There are great things done under Albertan sun When people stand together In support of a town whose Arena came down In the worst of winter’s weather. The Sylvan Lake Lights have seen queer sites But the queerest they ever did see Was that night on the street when Lakers did meet For a photo in minus 40 degrees. Now this tale that I weave, most wouldn’t believe If you’d asked them a few weeks ago

69 years ago ... From the issue of April 11, 1945

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When we sit back and think about it, there are probably thousands of people who could have been nominated. Sports coaches, service club members, teachers, church members, those who support the special causes dear to them, and yes, even politicians who devote countless hours to their service. We think of our own experiences here and in other communities and know that we’ve grown because of our volunteer work. We recommend it for everyone who hasn’t yet caught the bug. But beware, the more you get involved the more difficult it is to slow down. Just ask those people who remain active in retirement. Many will tell you they’re more involved and their time is more committed than when they had full time jobs. To all our volunteers we say, follow your passions, get involved and reap the rewards of what you do. Thank you to everyone who gets involved and contributes their talents!


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own way to the cohesiveness and spirit of community that’s been even more evident here in the past few months. Every day in all kinds of ways, people are going above and beyond to help their friends and neighbours, working together to accomplish more than can be accomplished alone. Our community is truly special because of the volunteer activity which keeps the wheels turning and adds to the welcoming friendliness which permeates Sylvan Lake. We agree to take up Mayor Sean McIntyre’s challenge and recognize volunteers not just during a special time of the year, but throughout the year. And to work to increase the number of nominations submitted for Volunteer of the Year recognition. STEVE DILLS SYLVAN LAKE NEWS

Two carloads of cattle from the Watson and Watson Circle W ranch, Evarts, won three firsts at the Edmonton Spring Stock Show this week. ♦ ♦ ♦ A meeting of the 8th Victory Loan

But opportunity knocked, Sylvan volunteers rocked When Kraft provided some hope Those who played in this game, I’ll call them by name For victory belongs to them They gave it their all, no task was too small And if I’ve missed any, please forgive Here’s to Parsons and Rosie, who worked for the trophy Along with his lovely wife Kim Brenda Dale, Jared Waldo were easy to follow What was started by Kevin Putnam Jas, Kelly and Kris, also took part in this Dale and Crystal, well they never tired Nor did Dianne, Megan, Steve, and the one in the lead Inexhaustible Mayor McIntyre For those who work in the news, and give us their views I give credit where credit is due You provided air time, never chargsales organization, under the chairmanship of W. A. Biss, will be held in Sylvan Lake hotel Monday. ♦ ♦ ♦ At a meeting of Sylvan Lake Veterans held on Tuesday evening, members decided to sponsor a card party. Proceeds for Returning Servicemens’ Club rooms. ♦ ♦ ♦ Flight Sergeant W. Jackson of Sylvan Lake has completed a course on flying four-engined Halifaxes and Lancasters and is now on operational flying. ♦ ♦ ♦ Cpl. Augusta Heinrich has been promoted recently from private in the Canadian Women’s Army Corps, according to an announcement from National Defence Headquarters at

ing a dime Unto you goes a worthy salute The Sylvan Lake Lights have seen many great sights But the greatest that they ever will Was that Saturday

night, amidst cheer and delight Sylvan Lake won Kraft Hockeyville!!!

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The 1st Sylvan Lake Scout Troop entered a rink in the Legion bonspiel and did quite well considering their lack of experience. In the first game they were beaten by Mr. Brown of Eckville in the final end. In the second game against Mr. Pass of Sylvan they lost again in an extra end. Included in the Scouts rink were Robert Popilchak, skip, Randy Clark, third, Leo Belanger, second and Brian Neilson, lead. ♦ ♦ ♦

Two petitions were received by Sylvan Lake town council on Monday evening, one requesting an early closing bylaw, and one opposing an early closing bylaw. A considerable amount of work was done through the Alberta Retail Merchants’ Association in preparing the presentation of the stores requesting an early closing bylaw. Due to the heavy agenda of Monday evening’s meeting, both petitions were held for further study. In general the proposed bylaw presented by Mr. Robinson of the Retail Merchants’ Association, would affect retail stores over 500 square feet. Smaller stores falling into the category of confectionery stores would be exempted. ♦ ♦ ♦



Debate focused on $100,000 surplus during discussion on property tax rate BY STEVE DILLS SYLVAN LAKE NEWS

Should councillors lower their previously approved tax rate increase or should they proceed? That was the question they faced Monday night when they were told that because assessments were higher than predicted and some other changes have occurred they’ll have a $100,000 surplus if they leave the tax rate increase at 2.69 per cent for residential properties and zero for non-residential properties as they decided early in the new year. A second option was presented that would see the

residential rate drop to a 1.4 per cent increase and wipe out the surplus. The two scenarios were compared in charts which indicated the net difference between the two rates would be about $20 on the average property. Following extensive discussion, councillors passed first reading of the bylaw to proceed with the 2.69 per cent increase but will discuss it further when they Other positive information was that the provincial requisition for school tax is down 2.4 per cent. Darren Moore, the town’s director of finance, said the decrease will primarily affect non-residential properties.

. . . Volunteer of Year honours Continued from Page 3 “Jenn Bahler is also chair of our school council.” In this role she devotes hours of work planning agendas, chairing meetings, representing the council at meetings and special events as well as encouraging parent involvement. She’s also an active member of the Steffie Woima Fundraising Society. “She willingly shares her expertise and frequently volunteers to take on jobs that need to be done.” As a member of the school’s playground committee, she has devoted hours to fundraising, locating supporters and corporate donors, and preparing paperwork. “She is such a devoted volunteer that she did the Sylvan Lake Polar Dip to raise funds for the playground.” “Jenn Bahler has another huge role in school. She is the co-ordinator for our Hot Lunch Program.” That involves countless hours researching healthy lunch options, making hot lunch forms, collecting and counting money, organizing volunteers, creating effective systems to deliver lunch to 500 children, purchasing supplies and even picking up hot lunches. She’s also secretary of Canadian Parents for French, Sylvan Lake Chapter. “Mrs. Bahler is truly an outstanding volunteer. Any one of her roles is a huge volunteer commitment. When you consider the volunteer commitment involved in completing all of these roles, it is truly amazing.” On hand to honour all of the community’s volunteers were MP Earl Dreeshen, MLA Kerry Towle and Mayor Sean McIntyre who each spoke of their thanks

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for all the contributions. Dreeshen said volunteers “each play a vital role in our community. They build social networks and inspire intergenerational relationships”. He noted approximately 12.5 million volunteers contributed two billion hours across Canada annually, the equivalent of one million full time employees. He also talked about the “incredible level of volunteerism in Sylvan Lake, coming off of the Centennial year and then last week pulling together to win Kraft Hockeyville. “Good volunteers get things done, great volunteers inspire.” “Every time I come to Sylvan Lake, I’m always shocked and amazed about how much community spirit there is,” said Towle. “You all come together … when you put a step forward you’re creating a better community, a better country.” She also referenced the apartment fire in Penhold earlier in the week and encouraged everyone to thank our emergency personnel. McIntyre noted the 82 nominations received for the Volunteer of the Year award was double last year’s total and he encouraged everyone in the room to submit a nomination next year to increase that total again. “Catch people doing good, thank them for it and then tell about it,” he encouraged. “There are hundreds more sitting at home who deserve to be thanked as well.” “Volunteerism is what transforms a population into a community,” McIntyre said. “When we transfer talents without pay to something we really believe in … that’s not living independently, we are living together.”

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Councillor Matt Prete favoured maintaining the municipal tax increase and allocating the surplus to the multiplex redevelopment project. However councillor Dale Plante wasn’t in favour. He preferred lowering the tax increase and leaving the money with residents. Councillor Jas Payne noted the $100,000 could realistically made a difference to a town project while it would only be the equivalent of about $2 a month “back in my pocket”. He thought the discussion was “ridiculous” when there were areas that money could make a big difference. Agreeing the money could be used to reduce what the town will need to borrow for the multiplex redevelopment project was councillor Chris Lust. But councillor Megan Chernoff thought the fire hall is a more current project and applying the $100,000 surplus to reducing what has to be borrowed for that would be a good idea. Prete expanded his initial comment. “The reason I specified the multiplex is to send a message. If we put it into a reserve it’s going to be just a grab. But if we allocate it to a specific project that’s different. We have got a lot of spending coming up and we have to batten down our hatches. I don’t think we have room for unallocated funds to be sitting around. We need to send a message we’re trying to be responsible with their money. I think people expect taxes are going to go up for the multiplex so we might as well do it now.” “When citizens look to us for fiscal responsibility, one of the best ways to show fiscal responsibility is to reduce debt,” said Mayor Sean McIntyre. “I

think that’s an option we should consider. Allocate to a project upcoming that we know we have to borrow for. That not only reduces what we have to borrow, but also debt servicing costs in the future. Throughout the budgetting process we talked about a 2.69 per cent increase. We have seen changes in the scope of a few projects. We know other projects will change. It’s our responsibility to follow through with the tax rate we communicated to the public and apply funds directly to reducing debt.” In the end the fate of the $100,000 surplus was left undecided. During the open microphone portion at the beginning of the council meeting, Dwayne Stoesz, president of Sylvan Lake Chamber of Commerce, thanked council for not increasing the non-residential tax rate. “A goal of the chamber is to promote and improve the business environment, stimulate a vibrant local economy and produce a co-operative effort to enhance the overall quality of life in Sylvan Lake to its highest potential. “Passing the budget, without increasing taxation for the business community, aides in fostering a climate in which business can operate profitably and encourages and promotes a positive, well balanced, economic growth through business development,” he said. Combined assessment and tax notices will be mailed May 30 with a due date of July 31st.

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Sylvan Lake theatre student shines in The Great Divorce BY HEATHER LITTLE SPECIAL TO SYLVAN LAKE NEWS

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Mass Times Parish Priest: Saturday Evening: Email: 5033-47A Avenue Sylvan Lake 5:00 p.m. Lenten Penitential Service April 9 @ 7pm Sunday Morning: Holy Thursday April 17 @ 7 pm Sylvan Lake 11:00 a.m. Good Friday April 18 @ 3pm (Last Sunday of each Easter Vigil April 19 @ 9pm month 9:00 a.m.) Rimbey 9:00 a.m. Easter Sunday April 20 @ 11am Weekday mass Administration Office: Wednesdays and Fridays 9:00am Sylvan Lake 403-887-2398 | Rimbey 403-843-2126

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Many appreciated for their volunteer efforts BY STEVE DILLS SYLVAN LAKE NEWS

While there were only two winners of Volunteer of the Year honours at last Friday’s Volunteer Impact Gala, all those who were nominated were also honoured with certficates and recognition of their valuable work. Following were the nominees (see separate story on winners). Sylvan Lake & District Lions Club, celebrating their 60th anniversary, fundraising efforts so they can donate to local programs, organizations, structures and development of green spaces, financial assistance to societies that provide shelter, palliative care and eye research and sponsor five physically or mentally challenged kids with an aid to go to Camp He Ho Ha. Colleen Watson - devoted countless hours to school, chair of fundraising society and playground subcommittee, breakfast program coordinator. Roman Catholic Worship Eilleen Charney, Johanna Dietrich, Rose Marie Thibault and Linda White - volunteer weekly at Bethany to give communion to members of the Roman Catholic congregation. They also help at Sylvan Lake Lodge. Bethany Hymn Sing Group Zoria April, Pat Ammeter, Elaine Barker, Lee Cave, Cheri Kay, Evelyn Konynenbelt, Rev. Jin Woo Kin, Edna Mannerfeldt and Dolice Moir - lead songs, play musical instruments so residents can participate in weekly hymn sings. Brenda Dale - chair of the town’s Centennial Celebrations Task Force, spends countless hours volunteering in the community. Sylvan Lake Christmas Family -

Barb Watson, Anna Orsten, Angie Smith and Marie Schlahs have run Sylvan Lake Christmas Bureau for 20 years, selflessly donating time during the busiest season of the year to make sure no one goes without food or presents. Melanie Crehan - founded Paws & Claws, then Serenity Pet Shelter after starting her journey in animal rescue in 2000. Friends of Bethany - Katherine Bailes, Connie Cartwright, Eileen Dudman, Satoko Dudman, Myrna Johnson, Chris Magas and Darlene McGeough - meet once a month to place special events for residents, created Christmas Giving Tree. Jody Gyori - vice chair of the fundraising society at École Steffie Woima Elementary School and a member of the playground committee. Pat Gottlieb - has taken responsibility for coordinating the drivers of the Meals on Wheels program. Jamie Foy - is the ‘massage guru’ at the lodge and has volunteered for several years. Hilde Pedersen - has been part of the lodge family for over 25 years, with the knitting, crochet and craft group. Sue Foy - volunteers at the beauty parlour at the lodge and has started doing manicures for residents on a regular basis. Linda Russell - is part of the knitting and crochet group at the lodge and helps with special events. Colleen Blatz - has volunteered at the lodge for over five years, is a dedicated bingo caller. Shizuko Shirotori - helps with

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years, has been a church service, hymn singing and inspirational leader, volunteers all over the world (India, Kenya, and recently returned from Ethiopia). Anne Thiessen - lodge volunteer for close to 10 years, volunteers for weekly Bible study. Koreen Naugler - responsible for purchasing breakfast and snack supplies for breakfast prorecreation and occupational programs at Bethany, gram at École Steffie Woima School, helps prepare has taken meal time and supportive pathway and serve. Melissa Sigfusson - treasurer of the fundraistraining. Terry Stone - escorts Bethany residents to cha- ing society at École Steffie Woima School, is part of the breakfast program and responsible for purpel service and stays after to visit. Betty Finner - an active volunteer at Bethany chasing and preparing snacks and breakfast. Diane Coulture, Chrissy Dextrase, Helen helps with birthday parties, escorting residents to recreation events, visiting lonely residents, paint- Petterson, Taren Munro, Erika Moelhoff and Lindsay Haugan - involved in breakfast program ing fingernails and sewing various items. Donna Miller - started the Book Club for resi- at École Steffie Woima School. Evelyn Haugan - Bible study assistant at the dents on the second floor of Bethany, is a pastoral lodge. care visitor. Frank Webb - library, community garden, Jazz Helen McLean - a devoted volunteer at Bethany At The Lake, at the lodge he is a helper whenever since it opened 10 years ago, brings cheer and needed, fixing a computer, singing with entertainshares stories, involved in volunteer driving, ers, handing out Christmas gifts in that red suit. church services, newspaper reading, visiting in the Sylvan Lake Community Bingo - Lydia and hospital and is “our chime lady”. Jane Walsh - brings books to Bethany from the Don Lanterman, Kay Bystrom, Glen Aebig and Selma Scherr - operating since 2009 providing a library every two weeks. Sharon Graham - vibrant, caring, youthful social event for between 45-50 citizens every senior generously giving her time and energy at week. Linda Verity - Friendly Visitor volunteer at Royal Canadian Legion, Memorial Presbyterian Bethany, reads the paper to residents. Church executive and Evening Guild. As chairperJenny Allred - involved with hot lunch proson of the Legion’s Poppy campaign expanded the program and amount raised. 400 volunteer hours gram at École Steffie Woima School, co-responsible for Booster Juice days, sole parent volunteer at a year. Terrill Young - involved with hot lunch pro- every picture day. Marilyn Waters - escorts residents of Bethany gram at École Steffie Woima School which serves 500 students, co-responsible for Booster Juice to hymn sing every Thursday, helps with special events. days. Nathalie Lund - bakes cupcakes for monthly Carol Foy - devoted breakfast program volunbirthdays at Bethany. teer at École Steffie Woima School, volunteers Pearl Bell - escorts Bethany residents to hymn each week to serve breakfast, prepare snacks. Terri Kemper-Lucas - breakfast program vol- sing and church services, sets up chairs, hands out unteer at École Steffie Woima School, secretary of books, a vital part of pastoral care program. Monica Morcom - board member of Sylvan fundraising society. Lake Seniors’ Association since 2010, converted Laura Lauder - secretary of the École Steffie manual treasurer books to computerized accountWoima School council, hot lunch volunteer. Alexis Tucker - co-coordinator of the hot ing, dedicates time to the association and their lunch program at École Steffie Woima School and fundraising. Sits on Sylvan Lake Family Violence Coalition, Building Bridges committee, vice-chair of school council. Laura Duske - treasurer of the École Steffie Interagency as well as is a past Seniors’ Advisory Woima School council and involved with the hot committee and seniors week planning committee member. lunch program. Sharon Nielsen - formed a committee 18 years Pat Hamill - supporter of the lodge for over 25 ago to start Bibles for Grads and has chaired the committee. Approximately 5,000 graduating high school students have been impacted by the event. One of key teachers to see playground built for Beacon Hill/ Lighthouse school neighbourhood. Jaclyn Michalski “Compassionate and Integrative Veterinary Care” Kindergarten classroom and school library volunteer, manages Scholastic Book orders for kindergarten class.

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Several break-ins under investigation; impaired drivers facing charges Saturday, March 29th 1:25 a.m. – RCMP attended the Open Range Saloon in Sylvan Lake after a report of a fight in progress. A patron in the bar advised that a younger male was trying to start an altercation with him and his spouse when it became physical. The younger male, a 21 year old Sylvan Lake resident, fled the bar and was later apprehended by police. The male was charged with two counts of failing to comply with a probation order. Sunday, March 30th 2:06 a.m. – A 911 call was received by RCMP of a male under the influence of a substance causing a major disturbance on 50th Avenue in Bentley. Witnesses advised that the male was chasing people, assaulted two females coming out of the Monkey Top Saloon, and smashed the windows of the IDA and nearby vehicles. Members arrived on scene and located the male in the middle of the street wearing only underwear and socks. An 18 year old Sylvan Lake male is facing several Criminal Code charges including assault, mischief, causing a disturbance and uttering threats. Monday, March 31st 2:34 a.m. – RCMP were called to the Bentley IDA after a commercial alarm was received by dispatch. The alarm company advised that several hits were reported to the glass at that location. Police arrived on scene to find the front door glass smashed and several items strewn across the floor with some medications stolen. An investigation is ongoing. Thursday, April 3rd 12:01 a.m. – A 34 year old Bentley female is charged with

impaired driving. RCMP were traveling on 46th Street at 47A Avenue in Sylvan Lake and witnessed a driver collide with another vehicle. The suspect vehicle was pulled over and a roadside screening device was administered. The female driver is charged with impaired driving and having a blood alcohol level over .08. Saturday, April 5th 12:23 a.m. – A traffic stop on Highway 11 at Highway 766 in Lacombe County resulted in charges being laid against the male driver. The male was observed by RCMP driving erratically and the vehicle was stopped prior to entering Highway 11. The driver displayed obvious signs of impairment and a roadside screening device was utilized. A 26 year old Red Deer male is charged with impaired driving and having a blood alcohol level over .08. Sunday, April 6th 9:40 a.m. – RCMP and fire crews were contacted after a witness reported seeing a couple of ice fishing huts ablaze at the end of Range Road 23 near the lakeshore. A fire pit from a party the previous night was located near the burned fishing huts. The fire department arrived to fully extinguish the blaze. Tuesday, April 8th 3:26 a.m. – An erratic driving pattern resulted in a vehicle being pulled over by police near Beju Industrial Drive in Sylvan Lake. RCMP observed a female driver exiting the Hockey Central parking lot and stopped the vehicle after it was noted to be swerving between driving lanes. A 23-yearold Nova Scotia female is charged with impaired driving and

having a blood alcohol level over .08. 11:45 a.m. – A witness reported to RCMP a suspicious male in his vehicle parked in front of an address in Westwood Court in Sylvan Lake. The male was believed to be intoxicated and was sitting in his truck which was idling for several hours. RCMP members attended and confirmed that the male was intoxicated. A 27-year-old male from Rocky Mountain House is facing a charge of impaired care or control of a vehicle and care or control of a vehicle over 80 mgs. Wednesday, April 9th 1:25 a.m. – RCMP were called to an alarm at Waves Coffee House in Sylvan Lake. The alarm company reported several glass breaks and motion alarms at the location. Members attended to find the front door glass smashed. A break and enter was confirmed, however, it did not appear as though anything was stolen. An investigation is underway. 3:58 a.m. – A break and enter into a business in Eckville has resulted in an ongoing investigation by RCMP. Police were called to the Fields store on 50th Street in Eckville. The front door glass was broken and the back office door was kicked in. Several cartons of cigarettes were stolen. The IDA across the street was also broken into several minutes later by what is believed to be the same suspects. 2:15 p.m. – A female resident from Fort Saskatchewan is facing a charge in relation to an assault which occurred at the strip mall parking lot on Sylvan Drive in Sylvan Lake. A 14-year-old female advised that she was called a name by an adult female outside Tidal Wave Salons. She responded with a gesture at which point the older female struck her in the face. A 31-year-old female is facing a charge of assault.

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Upcoming Meetings COUNCIL MEETING April 28, 2014 Municipal Government Building 6:00 pm MPC MEETING April 22, 2014 Municipal Government Building 6:00 pm COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE MEETING May 7, 2014 Municipal Government Building 6:00 pm

Take Notice GOOD FRIDAY GARBAGE/RECYCLING/YARD WASTE COLLECTION NOTICE Residences whose normal garbage/green box/yard waste collection day is Friday, April 18 (Good Friday) will have their items collected as scheduled. Green boxes are available at no charge from the Municipal Government Building (5012 48 Avenue), the Municipal Operations Building (1 Industrial Drive), or we will deliver one to you by calling 403.887.2800. WASTE TRANSFER FACILITY HOLIDAY HOURS The Waste Transfer Facility holiday weekend hours are as follows: Friday, April 18: CLOSED Saturday, April 19: OPEN Sunday, April 20: CLOSED Monday, April 21: CLOSED Tuesday, April 22: OPEN The facility is open from Monday to Saturday, 9 AM – 5 PM exclusive of statutory holidays. The yard/kitchen waste receiving area is open 24/7 at no charge. The facility is located 1 km. east of the round-about on Highway 11A and .5 km. south on RR15. WASTE COLLECTION Front Street Waste Collection will continue until further notice, we thank the public for their cooperation during this time. LIBRARY CLOSURE The Sylvan Lake Municipal Library will be CLOSED FOR RENOVATIONS from Sunday, April 20 to Sunday, May 4, 2014. No items will come due during this time, but feel free to continue to use our drop-box for your returns. INDUSTRY ADVISORY GROUP The Town of Sylvan Lake is seeking to establish an Industry Advisory Group to work with the Planning and Development Dept. in order to achieve the following goal: To ensure the efficient, timely service to the development industry by: . Examining planning policies, procedures and systems with focus on development requirements and the permitting/appeal process and bringing forward recommendations for change where warranted. . Establishing an on-going mechanism to facilitate communication and problem solving between the Town and development stakeholders.

Submissions must be received no later than noon on Thursday, 24th April, 2014. CEMETERY CLEAN-UP NOTICE Recreation & Parks staff, and their contractors, will be cleaning and maintaining the Lakeview and West Meadows cemeteries throughout the month of April. Personal belongings and other items that are strewn about will be collected and stored for a period of one month and then discarded if not claimed. Please note that bylaw 1541/2010 (the Cemetery Bylaw) prohibits the placement of trees, shrubs, grave covers, markers, monuments, or any other permanent item without a cemetery permit. Please contact the Recreation, Parks & Culture department at 403.887.2199 with your questions or concerns.

Summer Employment Opportunities RECREATION, PARKS & CULTURE: SEASONAL LABOURERS – (25) May 5 – September 2, 2014 (Tentative) Rate of Pay - $14.75/hour Responsibilities: . Assisting with maintenance of ball diamonds, soccer pitches, the skateboard park and other sport related facilities. . Assisting with parks cleanup, garbage control and park maintenance. . Assisting in maintaining pathways and bridges that are associated within parks. . Landscape and grounds maintenance duties. Qualifications: . Because of the responsibilities of this position, students should have physical strength and ability to perform moderate to heavy lifting, up to 50 pounds (22.73 kg), as well as working with landscaping material, refuse, etc. . Required to submit an original Police Information Search (criminal reference check), current Standard First Aid/CPR is required and a valid driver’s license and provide a driver’s abstract upon hiring. Please submit cover letter and resume specifying the position you are applying for before April 18, 2014 to: Town of Sylvan Lake 4926 - 50 Avenue, Sylvan Lake, AB T4S 1A1 Attention: Human Resources Fax: 403-887-3660, E-mail: BEACH AMBASSADORS (1) May 5 – September 2, 2014 (Tentative) Rate of Pay - $14.75/hour - $15.53/hour Responsibilities: : . Regularly patrol the beach area, provide up-to-date and helpful information to all visitors. . Promote the town and tourism within and around the town. . Provide positive community relations in all activities . During inclement weather days or during May and June, in order to ensure full time hours you will work in the parks department pulling weeds and gardening as required. . Assist visitors who have special needs or disabilities, as well as those requiring particular support in accessing the park/beach. . Distribute brochures, flyers, and promotional information as required. . Must be available to work the majority of weekends during peak tourism season (July and August) Qualifications: . Enthusiastic, friendly and outgoing personality. . Knowledge of town facilities, local attractions and current events. . Knowledge of regional tourism attractions . Current First Aid and CPR training. . Physical ability to be on foot patrol for a complete shift. . Ability to work effectively in a team environment. . Ability to work independently or with limited supervision. . Excellent communication skills both written and oral. . Excellent public relations skills.


Please submit cover letter and resume specifying the position you are applying for by April 18, 2014 to: Town of Sylvan Lake 4926 - 50 Avenue, Sylvan Lake, AB T4S 1A1 Attention: Human Resources Fax: 403-887-3660, E-mail: YOUTH CENTRE DROP IN LEADER – 2 REQUIRED June 23-August 29, 2014 Rate of Pay - $14.75/hour Responsibilities: . Provide active leadership in the planning and facilitation of age appropriate drop in activities for children and youth ages 7-12. . Oversee physical and emotional safety of all participants in the Sylvan Lake Youth Centre and in community parks during program hours. . Build developmental assets by fostering meaningful relationships with program participants. . Provide excellent customer service and ensure that interactions, both with participants and their parents/ guardians, are conducted in a courteous and professional manner. . Work week consists of weekday afternoons June - August, approximately 20 hrs per week. . The position is located in the Sylvan Lake Youth Centre (2nd floor of the Family & Community Centre) but a great deal of the work is spent outdoors throughout the community. Qualifications: . Team-oriented, energetic individuals. . Excellent communication and public relations skills. . Able to provide mature and enthusiastic leadership. . Current First Aid & CPR training. . Valid driver’s license and access to own vehicle. . Required to submit an original Police Information Search (criminal reference check) and vulnerable sector check. . Maintain strong relationship with co-workers, volunteers and public. Please submit cover letter and resume specifying the position you are applying for before May 11, 2014 to: Town of Sylvan Lake 4926 - 50 Avenue, Sylvan Lake, AB T4S 1A1 Attention: FCSS Youth Services Supervisor Fax: 403-887-3660 E-mail:

Invitation to Tender WASTE WATER MAIN UPGRADES Sealed Tenders clearly marked “WASTE WATER MAIN UPGRADES PHASE 2 – CP1422” will be received by: The Town of Sylvan Lake Municipal Government Building 5012 – 48th Ave Sylvan lake, AB, T4S 1G6 Until 2:00 P.M. local time on May 6, 2014 and will be opened in public immediately thereafter. Tenders received and not conforming to the foregoing will be returned to the Tenderer(s) without consideration. Tender Documents or Tender Amendments received via Facsimile transmission will not be accepted. Work includes, but is not limited to the following: . Schedule A – 640 m of 600 mm and 675 mm of PVC pipe, including manholes and tie-ins, and service connections. . Schedule B – Removals of 5150 square meters of asphalt, saw cutting, disposal of existing pipe and manholes, and temporary lot access. . Schedule C – Approximately 5150 square meters of road reconstruction. A pre-tender meeting will be held at 2:00 P.M., April 29th, 2014. Please meet at the intersection of 50th Avenue and 46th Street in The Town of Sylvan Lake. Copies of the Tender documents will be available from AL-Terra Engineering, #202, 4708 – 50th Avenue, Red Deer, AB. on or after April 21st, 2014 upon receipt of non-refundable fee of $50.00 made payable to AL-Terra Engineering Ltd. Inquiries shall be directed to the office of AL-Terra Engineering Ltd in Red Deer, Alberta, telephone (403) 340-3022, Attention: Bill Thomas, P.Eng.



Spring Sing displayed talents of young musicians

The students of École Steffie Woima Elementary School choir, under direction of Leah Rawlings, performed two songs during the Spring Sing concert. They practise during lunch hours two or three days a week.

The C. P. Blakely Choir, under the direction of Jeff Renfrew, sang several songs. They been practising for the past two and a half months during recesses and lunch hours. STEVE DILLS PHOTOS

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Development Permits TAKE NOTICE THAT on or before April 10, 2014 the Development Officer for the Town of Sylvan Lake approved the following application(s): RYDERS RIDGE Mason Martin Homes for a single family dwelling, attached garage & deck on Lot 7, Block 2, Plan 132-5350 (4286 Ryders Ridge Boulevard) Somerset Homes for a single family dwelling, attached garage & deck on Lot 11, Block 2, Plan 132-5350 (4278 Ryders Ridge Bouelvard) Debbie Thomas for four illuminated fascia signs (Hockey Central Sports Lounge) on Block 36, Plan 082-0055 (330, 3715 47 Avenue) THE VISTAS AT RYDERS RIDGE Falcon Homes Ltd. for a single family dwelling, attached garage, deck and basement development on Lot 47, Block 2, Plan 132-5350 (27 Vanson Close) FOX RUN Brian Denniston for a detached garage on Lot 114, Block 3, Plan 062-7189 (87 Fieldstone Way) Kaylene Wallace for a Home Occupation Type ‘B’ – Massage Therapy on Lot 47, Block 6, Plan 032-4657 (126 Old Boomer Road) BEACON HILL Laebon Developments Ltd. for a single family dwelling with deck on Lot 49, Block 12, Plan 102-3554 (76 Bowman Circle) Laebon Developments Ltd. for a single family dwelling, attached garage, deck & secondary suite on Lot 75, Block 11, Plan 122-4336 (157 Bowman Circle) Laebon Developments Ltd. for a single family dwelling, attached garage & deck on Lot 76, Block 11, Plan 122-4336 (159 Bowman Circle) Laebon Developments Ltd. for a single family dwelling, deck & basement development on Lot 95, Block 11, Plan 122-4336 (3 Brookstone Drive) CRESTVIEW Falcon Homes Ltd. for a single family dwelling, attached garage & deck on Lot 77, Block 2, Plan 132-3103 (25 Cole Way) PIERVIEW Candel Homes for a single family dwelling, attached garage, deck & basement development on Lot 66, Block 2, Plan 1323103 (23 Parson Drive) HEWLETT PARK Lisa Therrien for an illuminated fascia sign (McDonald’s) on Lot 1, Block 13, Plan 992-6270 (50 Hewlett Park Landing) STREETS Stephanie Sheehan for a Home Occupation Type ‘B’ – Manicure Service on Lot 37, Block 10, Plan 112-2995 (4850 43 Street) INDUSTRIAL PARK Canalta Real Estate Services Ltd. (conditionally approved) for

AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT you may appeal Discretionary approvals to the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board, as provided for in Part 17, of the Municipal Government Act. Written statements relevant to the development and reasons for the appeal may be submitted to the Town of Sylvan Lake, Subdivision and Development Appeal Board, 5012 48 Avenue, Sylvan Lake, AB T4S 1G6 within 14 days following this publication. You may not appeal a Permitted Use unless it involves a relaxation, variation or misinterpretations of the Land Use Bylaw. For further information please contact the Development Officer at 864-5557. Dated at Sylvan Lake, Alberta, this 17th day of April, 2014. Development Officer, Town of Sylvan Lake

Public Hearing NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING PROPOSED BYLAW NO. 1638/2014 Being a Bylaw authorizing Council to incur indebtedness of $5,000,000 by the issuance of a debenture. WHEREAS The Council of the Municipality has decided to issue a bylaw pursuant to Section 258 of the Municipal Government Act, to authorize the financing, undertaking and completion of a Fire Hall. NOW THEREFORE, the Council of the Town of Sylvan Lake, in the Province of Alberta, duly assembled and under the powers conferred upon it by the Municipal Government Act, RSA 2000, Chapter M-26, and amendments there to, enacts as follows: In order to finance the project it will be necessary for the Municipality to borrow the sum of $5,000,000 for a period not to exceed 25 years, from the Alberta Capital Finance Authority. A Public Hearing regarding the proposed Bylaw will be held on Monday, April 28th, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of the Municipal Government Building at 5012 48th Avenue, Sylvan Lake, Alberta. All persons in favour or opposed to the Bylaw will have the opportunity to be heard. If you are unable to attend personally, written submissions must be submitted to the Municipal Government Building no later than 4:00 p.m. on the day of the hearing. If you submit comments on this bylaw, either orally or in writing, the information you provide may be recorded in the


minutes of the Public Hearing, or otherwise made public, subject to the provisions of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. Date of first publication of this notice: April 17th, 2014 edition of the Sylvan Lake News. Date of second publication of this notice: April 24th, 2014 edition of the Sylvan Lake News.

Upcoming Meetings CALL FOR MEMBERS TOWN OF SYLVAN LAKE - BOARD/COMMITTEE VACANCIES Subdivision & Development Appeal Board (1 Vacancy) A quasi-judicial board concerned with deciding appeals on developments and subdivisions in accordance with the regulations in the Municipal Government Act. (2 year term) Municipal Planning Commission (1 Vacancy) Responsible for providing direction to Council in the development of the Town. This is accomplished by giving direction in land use plans and by reviewing and critiquing developments submitted to the Town. (1 year term) Community Services Committee (1 Vacancy) Provides recommendations to Council on a variety of community services areas including recreation, parks, culture, programs and services, facilities and fee charges, event approvals, community grants. (2 year term) Sylvan Lake Municipal Library (1 Vacancy) The mission of the Sylvan Lake Municipal Library is to provide access to comprehensive information in response to the needs of the community, uphold the principles of intellectual freedom, and promote cultural enrichment. The library board is a policy governance board responsible for the effective and responsible operation of the library. (interim appointment) Additional information regarding the mandates of the Boards & Committees and application forms can be found on our website at or by contacting Mary Rose at the Town Office 403.887.2141. Please forward a letter of interest with relevant information and completed application form by Wednesday, May 15, 2013 to: Town of Sylvan Lake 5012 48 Avenue Sylvan Lake, AB T4S 1G6 Attention: Mary Rose Or via e-mail to:



Peck remembered during council meeting as councillor, employee, volunteer BY STEVE DILLS SYLVAN LAKE NEWS

Former town councillor and employee Frank Peck was remembered at Monday night’s council meeting by Mayor Sean McIntyre. “Frank Peck was a valued member of our community who served Sylvan Lake as a municipal employee, an active volunteer and member of council for two terms (from 20042010) during an extremely high growth period for the town,” he said.

Peck worked with the town from 1991-2000 as Superintendent of Public Works. “He was a progressive ‘out of the box’ thinker. He was responsible for bringing water meters to Sylvan Lake. He was the force behind the mobile equipment reserve, and he started a partnership with Trans Alta that resulted in the town getting their building for public works.” McIntyre noted Peck was “very physically active” as an avid golfer and goalie with the Old Timer’s hockey league. “It was while he served on council in 2009, that Frank’s health and mobility were suddenly

and drastically reduced. But he refused to let these changes define his life and he found new ways to stay active and to contribute. “He was a committed volunteer on Sylvan Lake Community Housing Society, including two years as chair. He had the ability to ‘Dream Big’ when it came to providing affordable housing options to the community, and he encouraged others to also look at the bigger picture. He never lost his enthusiasm even if the ‘bigger picture’ view did not always prevail. “Frank sat as a member of Municipal Planning Commission where he was respected

for his honesty, integrity and for being a ‘straight shooter’. He had a good understanding of the issues that came forward and he expressed his opinion and held his ground always in a professional manner. “He was a also a member of the municipal library board and other groups and boards where his opinion was sought after and appreciated for the expertise, passion and progressive thinking he brought to every volunteer position,” said McIntyre. A celebration of his life was held on Tuesday.

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U14 Wave girls won consolation final at provincials

Strong interest in slo-pitch as beginning of new season draws near


to Calgary for the event Saturday and Sunday. The girls had a slow start, playing four games, and found themselves, after Saturday was done, playing on the consolation side. Sylvan Lake Wave U14 girls volleyball team finished This obviously didn’t slow them down because they its season on a high note! came out Sunday morning and won their first game After finding out that they wouldn’t be able to stay in against Dawson Creek two sets to zero. Their second win, Sylvan Lake and play in front of family and friends for against Park Power from Sherwood Park, two sets to one, their Division 2 provincial finals, the U14 girls travelled put them into the final facing the Prowl, who they had faced the day before in their round robin. The girls came out strong but lost the first set 20-25. They turned it around and won the second set 25-21. In the tie breaker set, the girls must have wanted it more, as they put the match away with a convincing win beating the Lethbridge Prowl 15-6, thus giving them a medal in the consolation final. With the win the U14 girls finished a solid ninth Sylvan Lake Wave U14 girls volleyball team competed at provincial Division 2 finals place in Division 2. in Calgary on the weekend, bringing back medals for winning the consolation final. Awesome job ladies! On behalf of all the The team included, in the back row, Coach Rhonda Carpenter, Olivia Rubletz, Megan other parents, a huge Steenbergen, Brea Ives, Daria Kostiuk, Madison Scott, Ella Parcels, Jenna Meier and thank you to coaches Coach Travis Carpenter; in the centre row, Taylor Ferguson, Cassidy Klein and Han- Rhonda and Travis TRACY KONDOR nah Lynn; and lying in front, Allison Kondor and Brynn Appell. Carpenter.

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A high turnout at Sylvan Lake Slopitch League’s annual general meeting last Monday indicated a strong interest in the league, as organizers gear up for the start of another season. About 20 teams were at the community centre to find out what’s in store for the new season. “Some of them are just trying to get into the league, but most of them were returning teams,” said former league president Doug Smyth. “We always take the returning teams first, and then if we still have space, we’ll allow the new teams to come in.” There’s space for just 16 teams in the league, which holds its games Mondays and Wednesdays, beginning May 5. According to Smyth, its popularity has grown steadily in recent years. “It just seems to get busier and busier,” he said. Part of its allure, he added, lies in its ability to provide fun for a wide

variety of people. “We’ve always tried to set up the league to be fun and social,” he said. It’s open to anybody over the age of 18, although underage players are allowed to play with written consent from a parent or guardian. There won’t be many changes made to the league this year, according to Smyth. Organizers, however, have scheduled another meeting to discuss plans for double headers. “There are teams that want to go through with these double headers, and most of the teams don’t want to do that,” said Smyth. “We didn’t plan anything towards the double headers or anything like that, so we gave ourselves another two weeks. “We’re going to do a vote on it. By then, we’ll know all the figures.” The season runs until early August, when it wraps up with a year-end tournament. More information is available on the Sylvan Lake Slo-pitch League Facebook page.


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Merkley held his own at Stampeders training camp BY STUART FULLARTON SYLVAN LAKE NEWS

Trying out for the Calgary Stampeders provided a major test for 26-year-old Matt Merkley of Sylvan Lake. And it’s one he passed with flying colours. While he wasn’t sure whether he had made the cut at press time (those who did were to be given a call before the end of last week), he was immensely happy with his performance at the Apr. 5 training camp in Richmond, Virginia. It was one he felt proved his ability to hold his own against some of the league’s top prospects. I definitely was happy with what I brought,” he said. “Even if I didn’t get picked, I saw what I could do, and

gave it my all.” Merkley, trying out as a receiver, underwent basic football testing, and was evaluated for his skills in running, catching and jumping. As the only Canadian there, he trained among players from some of the top college and university teams across America. One of his most satisfying moments came when he defeated one of the camp’s strongest defensive backs in a one-on-one play. Another came at the end of the weekend when the camp’s head coach congratulated him on making a number of big catches. “To be noticed — that was a big thing,” he said. Even if he doesn’t find himself part of the Stampeders’ roster, Merkley feels the experience was a

vastly positive one. And if he’s not picked, he feels he’ll return to his local team — Central Alberta Buccaneers — a stronger player because of it. “I knew I could compete with them, and I could definitely see where I stand,” he said. After word spread that Merkley was trying out, Sylvan Lake’s minor football community and others quickly got behind him and offered their support. Players and parents of the bantam


- Blackfalds Wranglers Jr. B team won provincials in Grande Prairie Apr. 6. They include, in the back row, Tyler Loomer, Robin Carlson, Trent Hermary, Matthew Johnson and Brock Boguski; and in the front row Bryce Boguski, Jordan Freake and Bryce Marshall. In the semi-finals they played St. Alberta and were down 4-1 with seven minutes left in the third. They stormed back and tied the game, before winning 5-4 in overtime. Then they soundly defeated Grande Prairie 6-0 for the gold. The team will now compete in the Western Canadian Junior B Keystone Cup Apr. 17-20 in Abbotsford, B.C. SUBMITTED



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Obituaries Celebration of Life Garfield Harvie 1928 - 2014 Please join the family for a celebration of Garfield’s life at the Royal Canadian Legion in Sylvan Lake (4916 - 50 Ave.) on Saturday, April 26, 2014 from 1:00 - 4:00 pm. Welcoming remarks and shared remembrances will be held at 1:30 p.m. followed by musical selections and acknowledgements. There will be refreshments and light snacks. Please dress casually and stop by to share memories, laughs and good times together. If desired, donations in Garfield’s memory may be made at this event or forwarded directly to The Red Deer Hospice, 99 Arnot Ave., Red Deer, AB T4R 3S6.


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PECK Frank Peck passed away on April 9, 2014 at the Red Deer Regional Hospital. Frank was born on May 11, 1948 in Toronto, Ontario to David & Isabella Peck. He spent many years travelling throughout Canada as both his parents were Major’s in the Salvation Army. Frank met his future wife Blanche in Crystal Beach, Ontario where they married in 1968 and began their family. In 1978 Frank moved Blanche, Christine and Dana to Fort McMurray, AB. In 1992, Frank and Blanche were on the move again when he accepted a position with the Town of Sylvan Lake; he later went on to work with Red Deer County until he was diagnosed with Transverse Myelitis in 2010. Throughout Frank’s 4 year journey he always stayed positive and continued his volunteer work on many local boards. Frank leaves to mourn his daughter Christine (Dick) Nelson and their children, Nicole, Ryan, Megan and Matthew and great grandson, Austin; his son Dana (Bev) Peck and their children Devon & Jensen. Frank was predeceased by his wife Blanche and his parents. A Celebration of Frank’s Life was held at the Alliance Community Church, Sylvan Lake, Alberta on Tuesday, April 15, 2014 at 1:00 P.M. with inurnment in the Sylvan Lake Cemetery. As an expression of sympathy memorial donations may be made in Frank’s name to the William Watson Society. Condolences may be forwarded to SYLVAN LAKE AND ROCKY FUNERAL HOMES AND CREMATORIUM, your Golden Rule Funeral Homes, entrusted with the arrangements. 403-887-2151

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Manufactured Homes

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Cottages/Resort Property

1/2 duplex, 1260 sq. ft. on quiet close in Anders. New bsmt., 4 pce. ensuite. $359,900. Cordell @ 403-318-5478 MAXWELL REAL ESTATE SOLUTIONS


Manufactured Homes

ELINOR LAKE RESORT. Lots selling at 25% off listed price, or 5% down on a rent to own lot with no interest over 5 years. 1-877-623-3990;


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#4400 - #4430 THINKING OF NEW Investments ......................4410 HOME FOR SPRING? Think Craig’s Home Sales. Money Wanted ................4420 We have one 2013 left in Money to Loan ................4430 our yard, at a discount price, come on down. SMART shoppers read the Call Marg 1-855-380-2266 Classifieds. 1-877-223-3311. Storage Space

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Executive 1/2 Duplex Fenced back yard on creek Lovely area near walking paths, all amenities. Hardwood Áoors, newly developed basement. Quick Possession avail. 3 bdrms. up, 2 in bsmt. $349,900 Agent selected. 403-396-5516 403-314-4318

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Automotive Services ........5010 Antique & Classic Autos ....5020 Cars ..................................5030 SUV’s................................5040 Trucks ..............................5050 Heavy Trucks....................5060 Vans/Buses ......................5070 Motorcycles ......................5080 Campers ..........................5090 Motorhomes......................5100 5th Wheels........................5110 Holiday Trailers ................5120 Tent Trailers ......................5130 Utility Trailers ....................5140 ATV’s ................................5150 Boats & Marine ................5160 Snowmobiles ....................5170 Tires, Parts & Accessories ......................5180 Auto Wreckers ..................5190 Vehicles Wanted ..............5200 Car/Truck Rental ..............5210 Recreational Vehicle Rental ..............................5220 Trailer Rental ....................5230 Misc. Automotive ..............5240 RV’s ..................................5300

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- Emma Baker impressed with her vocal skills.

Award - Connor

McKee was congratulated by Megan Callan upon receiving an award at the Sylvan Celebration of Music Festival 2014 awards concert at the Memorial Centre in Red Deer Sunday. The concert marked the end of the week-long festival, which saw adjudications taking place at Sylvan Lake Alliance Church earlier in the week.

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In tune

- Devin Cooper performed an original composition.



Three calls last week

Following are calls responded to by Sylvan Lake’s volunteer firefighters, during the week ending April 13. Monday, Apr. 7 - 7:09 p.m. - structure fire, 48th Avenue. Tuesday, Apr. 8 - 1:28 p.m. - medi-


40 for the first repair Second repair FREE for March and April! • Windshield Repair & Replacement • Custom Cut Flat Glass • Sealed Units (House Windows) • Wiper Blades • Industrial Equipment Glass

cal assistance, Norglenwold. Saturday, Apr. 12 - 8:03 p.m. - rubbish fire, Red Deer County. Like Sylvan Lake Fire Department on Facebook to see a variety of fire prevention tips and other information on a regular basis.


Young Entrepreneur Opens New Glass Shop in Sylvan Lake Jamin Sargeant was born and raised on a farm near Rimbey. At age 19 he opened JT Glass in Rimbey. JT Glass is independently owned and is a franchise of Crackmasters Canada. Crackmasters are the exclusive suppliers of “ultrabond” resins for windshield repair in Canada. Lab and field tests show that ultrabond is the leading windshield repair resin. Jamin’s franchise territory includes the town of Sylvan Lake. So now after 4 years of business, he has opened a shop in Sylvan. Jamin has gained some very valuable employees with a lot of experience in the glass industry. Automotive glass is a big part of the business, including windshields, door glass, and rear window glass. There is also a growing demand for

cutting flat glass, mirror, and even safety glass for industrial equipment. They also sell complete residential windows or just replacing the broken glass in your house windows (sealed units). “Business in Rimbey took off quickly”, Jamin says. “Of course a lot of people knew my family and just wanted to help this kid get started. “I don’t know a lot of people in Sylvan but we will work hard to earn their business by doing quality work,” he added. JT Glass is located north of Canadian Tire on Thevenaz Industrial Trail. Come in and see Jamin, Quinn, and Shari and they will be happy to meet you and assist you in your automotive, commercial, or residential needs.

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Sylvan Lake News, April 17, 2014  

April 17, 2014 edition of the Sylvan Lake News