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Rimbey Atom A Renegades hockey team wins Provincials BY TREENA MIELKE
Coach Chad Beagle, coach of The Rimbey Atom A Renegades, is so proud of his team his buttons are fairly bursting. The team, who competed in Provincials in Daysland last weekend, has come home with a gold medal. “They just really shone,” he said. “They were unbelievable.” The Renegades started off the tournament on Friday with a resounding win
against Daysland and when the players left the ice the scoreboard showed 15-0 in their favour. Friday afternoon Rimbey faced Wabamum, winning the game 3-2. “It was a very good game,” said Beagle. “Wabamum really came on hard and it was a good strong battle.” The Renegades went up against Kitscotty on Saturday winning 6-4. This win secured the team first place in their pool.
“This was another really hard battle,” said Beagle. “Kitscotty was a big, strong, aggressive team and it was a rough game.” Rimbey Renegades defenseman Mitchell Mann was off the ice due to an ankle injury, during this game, leaving the team shorthanded, but they faced this challenge with determination and never let up. “They just sucked it up and played really hard,” said Beagle. continued on page 11
Winners: In the back is assistant coach Bill Bramfield, assistant coach Darren Gyori, head coach Chad Beagle, assistant coach Mitch Toussaint and assistant coach Ted Plunkett. In the top middle row is Ryder Macleod, Justus Schultz, Mitchell Mann and Rhett Bramfield. In the bottom middle row is Zachary Neumeier, Cole Wright, Graedy Landry, Gavin Wurmlinger, Kaelan Plunkett, Hayden Motowylo, Gavin Scott, Tyler Gyori, Cooper Moore, Keagan Landry and Keegan Beagle. In the front are goalies Mackenzie Dojahn and Kaden Toussaint. Photo submitted
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Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Ponoka County re-builds boat launch on east side of Gull Lake BY TREENA MIELKE
A boat launch near Meridian Beach and Raven Shores has received a $300,000 face-lift thanks to Ponoka County. Charlie Cuthford, CAO for the county said crews worked diligently last week to finish the boat launch so it will be ready for the upcoming season. “We rebuilt it in its entirety,” he said. “It was breaking down and we had had lots of complaints.” The county received approval from the appropriate government agencies to go ahead with the re-construction of the boat launch. Special care was taken to ensure fish were protected during the construction. “It was quite an involved process,” said Cuthford. Ponoka County has completely renovated a boat launch near Meridian Beach and Raven Shores on the east side of Gull Lake. The boat launch was badly in need of repair and the county has spent $300,000 on the project. Devin Mielke Photo
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The design of this boat launch is complete, but approvals have yet to come through. Cuthbert said it could be late spring or early summer before this boat launch is completed. The county also plans to rebuild and pave a portion of the road leading to the boat launch. As well as the public boat launches, there are two private launches on Gull Lake.
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The boat launch, which lies between Meridian Beach and Raven Shores, at the end of Meadowbrook Road is very well used and Cuthford said county council wanted to ensure it was upgraded to a high standard. Ponoka County has budgeted another $600,000 to upgrade the other public boat launch which is located on the west side of the lake off of Westlake Road, south of Poulsen’s Pasture.
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Learning how to bridge the generation gap I had the distinct pleasure of being in the company of six people belonging to the future generation of men and women this weekend. It was fun, educational and a perfect opportunity to bridge that formidable generation gap that blocks the potential for perfect (well, almost perfect) relationships to exist between the generations. “It’s so rad, grandma,” says my granddaughter, referring to the TV show, Doctor Who! “I look at her blankly. “It is?” I say, trying to sound all hip and cool and un-grandma like. She is 12. Her sweet little pre teen self seems temporarily suspended in the never never land that exists somewhere between childhood innocence and the shroud of wisdom teenagers automatically cloak themselves with when they become of age. “Rad,” I mutter. It’s rad. I’m rad. Rad is a cool word. No, don’t use cool, I chastise myself. “Cool is not a rad word.” I move on. The next child, a year younger, questioned me and his father’s stance that he needed to take his very rad baseball
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On The Other Side hat off while we were eating breakfast at a nearby restaurant. “Why doesn’t mom have to take her hat off, grandma?” he said. “I look helplessly at my daughter who had plopped on a baseball hat to hide her ‘bed head’ look. I thought back to the array of ‘fascinators’ I saw in a store recently, and had to silently agree that ladies should be allowed to keep their head gear intact. I pursued my lips and gave him my best grandma stare and said, “take your
sprout of grass and the song of a robin. The boys also reminded me that the sound of a child’s laughter far outweighs the satisfaction of a clean house. I also learned, in the few hours I had the children, a baby, crawling on his hands and knees towards the stairs, is quicker than greased lightening and twice as dangerous. My final lesson came from another grandchild who reminded me, once again, of the power of kindness. When I arrived downstairs and entered her mom’s spotless kitchen, I discovered a bowl laid out for my cereal, a carton of juice and a bowl of fresh fruit along with a note, “Here is your breakfast, grandma. Have
a nice day.” She had added a hastily drawn picture of a flower. I read the note and the generation gap closed up once again. There is a lot wrong with the world; unrest is continual and unsettling, political battles continue to rage and the price of oil has dropped again. But, somewhere amidst all of that, like the eye of the storm, there still exist a few things that really matter. Good table manners, politeness, kindness, imagination and laughter that bubbles out of nowhere like running water in spring. I feel fortunate to have been so lucky to have experienced all of the above thanks to the future generation. It’s very rad!
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hat off! Your dad said so!” Suddenly, without warning the generation gap jumped up in front of me, but it didn’t matter. Sometimes, such gaps are necessary! “I’m glad you are being taught proper etiquette at the table,” I said, somewhat primly. “It’s very rad,” I added weakly, as an afterthought! Three boys (soon to be men of the future generation) claimed my attention next. From them I learned Ninja turtles really do live in manholes. I also learned one should never be too busy to stop and listen to the delicious sound of water running in ditches and through culverts. It signals the coming of spring just like the occasional green
I had a brief career with the Rimbey Boxing Club a few years ago. With the coaching from Rodney and Darcy Hollingsworth, and Mike Smith, I managed to secure four wins over four competitive boxing bouts. Three wins were from TKO referee stoppages and the fourth was a split decision
win after three full rounds. My wins are subject to the most valuable piece of boxing philosophy I learned within the club and still carry around in day to day life – go down swinging. Each amateur competitive bout I engaged in wasn’t easy. All the training and dieting that was governed by the coaches, as well as the self-discipline I learned, led me to my victories. In every round and after every hit to the head I did my absolute best to keep my eyes up – this was especially true when I thought I down in points. I knew to never give up during a match and my success was rewarded when my glove was hoisted into the air in triumph by the ref. The push ups, the skipping and the sparring have become a memory of my previous toned and sculpted self. I’m onto to different
challenges now and I feel I have boxed through enough hits to the head. I still occasionally catch myself shadow boxing in my kitchen, but I don’t have any intentions of training as a boxer again. The phrase assisted suicide carries with it a lot of psychological weight. And the shear notion that its ban has been lifted by the Canadian government contradicts my revered personal philosophy to go down swinging. Tough scenarios get danced around like a weak opponent, but we ourselves look like the fool when caught in the ropes of indecision. I had the opportunity to attend a Conversation on Mind: Death and Dying, on March 12, 2015. It was a presentation supported by the Red Deer College’s Psychology Society at the Margret Parson’s Theatre. The panel of professors in-
cluded two philosophers, and a psychologist. Among the many important aspects of the discussion, assisted suicide emerged from the shadows. I’ve learned that even those who have the prefix “Dr.” in front of their name find it a difficult topic to navigate. The Keystone XL Pipeline and the U.S. president Barack Obama seem to be more deliberated upon in the Canadian journals rather than a phrase like assisted suicide. A lot of the definitions associated with the seriousness of assisted suicide need to be crafted with diamond cut accuracy. There are many questions that have yet to be answered. At what ages do we give Canadians the ability to consider this amenity? Can an adolescent suffering from an irremediable and excruciating cancer have the decision to ends his or her life? Our diffusion of attention
onto more material matters can be disconcerting, but I’ve already long since decided my stance before I realized a phrase like assisted suicide could exist. I’m going to go down swinging. I’m a young man and I can accept that the psychology and philosophy on serious matters can change; irremediable and excruciating medical situations can alter a person’s perception of the situation. But during the present I can attest to standing tall upon the canvas and will do my absolute best to keep my head up. The ref will not always raise my fist in victory, but I’ll ensure to frighten any alignment with resilience and not to be caught trembling in fear. The conversation has just begun. We all need to stay open and strong when our friends and family members are faced with difficult opponents.
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Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Accident claims life of Bluffton teen BY TREENA MIELKE
Ponoka RCMP say neither road conditions nor alcohol are believed to have been factors in a two-vehicle accident on Hwy. 53 that claimed the life of a Bluffton teen. The accident occurred Sat. March 14 at around 4 p.m. on Hwy. 53 at Range Road 262 when a teenager driving an eastbound pickup truck crashed into the rear of a stopped flatdeck truck waiting to turn left
onto the range road. Ponoka emergency crews were on the scene and helped removed the young driver from the vehicle. The teenage driver died of his injuries at the Stollery Childrenâ€™s Hospital in Edmonton where he was taken by STARS air ambulance after being rushed to Ponoka Hospital. The driver of the flatbed truck was not hurt in the collision. The accident is still being investigated by RCMP.
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Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Midget Renegades win league semi finals against Lakers BY TREENA MIELKE
The Rimbey Midget Renegades have won league semi finals and will soon advance to the finals. The Renegades went up against Sylvan Lake Lakers last week in the semi finals, defeating the Lakers two games in the best of three series. The Rimbey team soundly trounced the Lakers in game one, winning 6-0 at the Sylvan Lake arena. However, the Lakers came back later in the week with a 4-2 win on their home ice. The final game held March 15 in Rimbey ended 5-0 for the Renegades. Wyatt Flemming put the Renegades on the scoreboard with the first goal of the game. Flemming was assisted by Chase Makofka and Brett Scott. The second goal was scored by Wyatt Flemming who was assisted by Keefer Garnick.
Quinton Marki scored the third goal, assisted by Reid Frayn and Milton Elliot. Chase Makofka shot the fourth goal past the Sylvan Lake goal tender, assisted by Frayn and Lane Franklin, assisted by Jared Lindley, scored the fifth and final goal. Coach Corey Scott is pleased with his team’s performance on the ice. “They’ve played a lot of hockey in February and March and they are doing well. They are just going ahead and getting it done. We had a bit of a hiccup against Sylvan, but it worked out in the end.” The Renegades will face Sundre for the league championship at a later date. Last weekend Rimbey traveled to Ponoka to compete in Provincials. They played Okotoks at 9 a.m. Friday and went up against Grimshaw at 8:15 p.m. Saturday they faced Carstairs. Scott is confident his team will do well.
Hockey action: Carson Lukocs from Rimbey Renegades takes possession of the puck against a Sylvan Lakers player in the final game of the semi finals. Rimbey won two out of three games, winning the final game 5-0 on home ice and will advance to the finals soon. Diane Handford Photo
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Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Rimbey Fish and Game awards night attracts good crowd BY TREENA MIELKE
Rimbey Fish and Game Association’s annual awards banquet held last Saturday offered a pleasing mix of good food, prizes, awards, auction items as well as an opportunity to enjoy some good old-fashioned socializing. “It was a real fun evening,” said president Jim Koenig. “We had a lot of positive comments.” Koenig said more than 250 people attended the event held at the Peter Lougheed Community Centre in Rimbey. “It was well above average,” Koenig said. Youth involvement is a priority for the association, he added, noting the annual youth fishing fun derby will be held Sun., June 21 at Open Creek Dam Campground. The event is for Rimbey fish and game members’ children only and is a day of fishing with prizes for biggest fish, ugliest fish, weirdest fish, best snagged
stick and much more. A barbecue with hotdogs, juice and chips is included. A fall turkey shoot is planned for Sept. 6 at the Blindman Valley Gun Club Range and Big Buck Night will be held Dec. 12 at the Last West hall. This event gives Rimbey Fish and Game members an opportunity to bring their trophies taken during the season for measurement by official measurers using Boone and Crockett rules. All trophies are eligible for the awards banquet and for entry into the Interclub awards competition between Lacombe, Ponoka and Camrose. Categories include all big game species and fish as well as youth, archery and black powder. Awards handed out at the banquet went to Carol Schultz for the non-typical mule deer rifle with a score of 143 1/8, John Koenig won the typical mule deer youth with a score of 142 3/8 and Adrian Vos won the
typical whitetail rifle with a score of 146 4/8. Non-typical whitetail rifle went to Kevin Trafiak with a score of 144 5/8 and typical whitetail archery went to Dylan Squires with a score of 138 6/8. Typical whitetail rifle youth went to Jesse Koenig with a score of 71 1/8 and elk rifle was won by Mark Groves with a score of 174 2/8. Black bear rifle was won by Randy Pletz with a score of 18 14/16 and black bear archery was won by Tyler Pletz with a score of 16 5/16. Carol Schultz won the antelope category with a score of 60 4/8 and Rob Schultz won the moose category with a score of 80 1/8. Amy Groves won the prize for the largest pike of 8 lb 6 oz. She also won the prize for the largest walleye which weighed 5 lbs. 8 oz. The avid fisherwoman managed to capture the prize for the largest rainbow trout as well,
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successfully landing a twopound fish. Zachary Holland’s 18-pound catch was the largest pike in the youth category. The Groves brothers did well in the walleye, perch and rainbow trout category. McCoy won with his 4 lb. 3 oz. walleye and his brother’s perch and rainbow trout, both weighing 1 lb. 5 oz. were also winners. Photography awards went to Tracy Holland for adult wildlife, McCoy Groves for youth wildlife, Amy Groves for adult scenery, Dani Hemsworth for youth scenery, Amy Groves for adult field photo, Zachary Holland for youth field photo and Austin Dubielew for game cam.
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Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Dental Health Goes Beyond Cavities RCMP investigate (Edmonton, March 16, 2015) When it comes to dental health, most Albertans know that brushing is important to avoid both tooth decay and gum disease. However, the results of good dental health go beyond simply a bright smile. Good dental health is linked to health benefits in other areas of the body as well. Many people may not realize that the dangers of poor dental health go beyond cavities, and that poor dental health can affect more than just the mouth. It can affect an individu-
alís overall wellbeing. Many serious health conditions, including respiratory infections, diabetes, and poor nutrition are closely linked. The connection between gum disease and diabetes is a two-way connection. People with diabetes are more susceptible to oral infections and are at a greater risk of developing gum disease. And treating gum disease can also lead to better control of diabetes. Regular dental exams by your dentist are also the first line of defense
when it comes to early detection. According to the Canadian Dental Association, every year approximately 3,200 Canadians are diagnosed with oral cancer and 1,050 deaths from oral cancer occur. This devastating disease has a low survival rate because it is often diagnosed very late. With early detection the survival rate of oral cancer can be greatly improved. This means going to your dentist for regular dental exams. Your dentist has the training and experience to detect oral cancer early.
sudden death near Rimbey Rimbey, Alberta – RCMP Major Crimes are investigating the sudden death of an adult male found on the side of a rural road several kilometres northwest of Rimbey. The investigation began shortly after 6 p.m.
March 19. An autopsy was tentatively scheduled for March 20. No other details are being released at this time and further information will be shared as it becomes available.
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C-event: The C-event winners of the Rimbey ladies curling bonspiel held recently are second,Tammy Brewster, skip, Lisa Shukin, lead, Gina Perepelkin and third, Gail Perepelkin. Missing is Kathy Davies. Photo submitted
PUBLIC NOTICE PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE COUNTY’S LAND USE BYLAW
Bylaw No. 1202/15
Lacombe County Council has given first reading to Bylaw No. 1202/15 the purpose of which is to amend the general regulations the County’s Land Use Bylaw. The amendments are being proposed to provide greater clarity to the regulations, address any issues which have arisen since the last amendments to the Bylaw and to support the new policies outlined in the Hamlet of Mirror Area Structure Plan. Examples of some of these amendments being proposed include: x x x x x x x
A new definition for ‘kennel’ is being added to the definitions; Increasing the minimum standards in the landscaping regulations; Changing the required landscaping from m² (ft²) to linear frontage; Reducing the setback between Recreational Vehicles and Park Models to 3 m (10 ft) Adding campground minor, major, and intermediate to the H-C Commercial District and H-PR Recreational District in the Hamlet of Mirror; A new HR3 Residential District (Hamlet of Mirror) which allows for larger lots of up to 0.4 ha (1 ac) and communal wastewater servicing; and Two (2) non-resident employees to be permitted to work in a major home based business in the proposed HR3 Residential District (Hamlet of Mirror).
A copy of the Bylaw with the proposed amendments may be obtained from the County’s Planning and Development Department or by visiting the County’s website at www.lacombecounty.com. Anyone wishing to comment on the proposed Bylaw amendments will have an opportunity to do so at a public hearing which has been arranged for: Date: Time: Place:
Thursday, April 9, 2015 9:00 AM Lacombe County Administration Office located 2½ miles west of Highway 2 at the intersection of Spruceville Road and Highway 12
If you are unable to attend the hearing, written submissions can be made to the County. You will, however, need to ensure that your comments are received by the County prior to the date of the hearing. Your comments can be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, by fax to 403-782-3820 or by mail to RR 3, Lacombe AB T4L 2N3. All submissions will be public information. For more information, please contact the Planning and Development Department. Dale Freitag, RPP, MCIP Manager of Planning Services
FIRE SEASON REMINDER Regulations in effect April 1st to October 31st, 2015 Ponoka County is responsible for the administration of the Forest and Prairie Protection Act within the County. During the Fire Season, any person lighting a ﬁre for any purpose, other than for burning household garbage or campﬁres, must have a valid ﬁre permit. You may be liable for ﬁre suppression costs or penalties as provided by law for any damage that may occur while burning without a permit. Most ﬁre calls and associated costs can be easily avoided if precautions and extra care are taken. For example: • do not start a ﬁre when weather conditions are conducive to a ﬁre rapidly escaping out of control • establish a safe site for burning garbage in barrels • use a mesh screen over the top of the burning barrel to prevent the spread of sparks • keep grass around burning area mowed • never leave ﬁres unattended Fire permits may be obtained free of charge from any one of the following Fire Guardians: Bryce Liddle SE 24-43-25-W4 783-8604 Mark Matejka NE 22-42-26-W4 783-6389 Doug Weir NW 27-42-27-W4 783-3713 Paul McLauchlin NW 32-44-2-W5 843-2675 Nancy Hartford NW 19-42-4-W5 843-3881 or from the Ponoka County Administration Ofﬁce at 4205 - Highway #2A in Ponoka. Please note – FIRE BANS may be implemented in extremely dry conditions. Listen for ban information on your local radio station or check the County website at www.PonokaCounty.com Charlie B. Cutforth Chief Administrative Ofﬁcer
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Good turnout for poker rally held in Bentley recently BY JUNE NORVILA
The town of Bentley was full of revving snowmobiles and quads, and parking anywhere was minimal because of the number of trucks and trailers that had bought them to Bentley on February 28, for
“We had wonderful weather. We had a marvelous turnout. We had great support, and we had a good time,”
“We had wonderful weather. We had a marvelous turnout. We had great support, and we had a good time,” said Monkey Top owner Becky Kasparsons. Two major prize donors were Sunny 94 and Todd from Labatts.
Volunteers included Glenda, June, Darla, Tanya, Tammy, Jim, Leza, Ashley, Mike, Dave, TJ, and JoAnne who helped along the course, and announcer Mark. Both the winning High Hand and the winning Low
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February 15 because of the possibility of not enough snow cover. The sled rally was followed closely by the Monkey Top’s St. Patrick's Day party. On May 11 there will be a special Mother’s Day
buffet-style breakfast/ brunch with kids invited where there will be giveaways and fun events, and the next special event is not until rodeo time, said Kasparsons. Contact the Monkey Top Saloon for any details.
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Grace Lutheran Church Bentley - ELCIC Worship 11:15 a.m. 4th Sunday of the month 5 p.m. Reverend David Holmes 403-843-2502 5 miles west, 1.5 miles south, 1 mile west of Bentley
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Rimbey New Life Fellowship Sunday 10:30 a.m. Children’s Church 11:30 a.m. Midweek Service - Wednesday 7 p.m. Ladies Meeting Friday 2 p.m. Pastor Reg Darnell 403-843-3336 (Office) 403-782-2694 (Home) 5038 - 49 Ave.
Lions breakfast: Rimbey Lions member Roy Keessar serves Fern Barr at the Lions pancake breakfast held at the Peter Lougheed Community Centre last Sunday. Also pictured is Lions Ray Durand, Alvin Goetz and an unidentified member. Diane Handford Photo
Church of the Nazarene, Rimbey Sunday Worship & Sunday School 10:30 a.m. (on Radio 93.3 FM)
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Foxﬁre Glen one of Gull Lake’s newest developments. This family friendly subdivision offers convenience, nice country views and is situated only 5 minutes from Gull Lake. This development is a family oriented community.
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5301 WESTVIEW DRIVE. Lot 30 measures 1 acre more or less. All utilities including gas, water, power and sewer are to property line. GST is applicable. Call Dawna. COZY 3 BDRM WALKOUT BUNGALOW!
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ANGLICAN CHURCH OF THE EPIPHANY 5211 52 St., Rimbey
Service & Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. 4th Sunday Family Service: 11:00 a.m.
Th e Rimbey Seventh-Day Adventist Church Saturdays
Evangelical Missionary Church 1/2 mile East of Hoadley on Highway #611
Sabbath School at 9:45 a.m. Worship Service at 11:00 a.m.
Worship Service 10:30 a.m.
Pastor David Beaudoin 403-783-2499
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Lutheran Church Canada Divine Service at 10:30 4521 - 54th Ave. Rimbey
Pastor Mark Schultz Office - 403-843-2767 Home - 403-843-4420
Rimbey Christian Reformed Church 5506-51 Ave Service at 10:00 a.m.
Excellent home with attached double garage. Over 1,700 sq. ft. on main ﬂoor, full basement. Quick possession. Jeff Collins Comes with all appliances and more. Cell: 403-783-0216 Call Jeff $356,000 Home: 403-843-2193
Pastor: Bill Nieuwenhuis
63 acres with nice home and hip roof barn. Lots of trees plus fenced for horses, double size garage. Quick possession. Recent upgrades. Close to pavement and more. Call today! $415,000
QUICK POSSESSION! Right on pavement. Well kept acreage, treed perimeter, fully ﬁnished oversized double heated garage. New ﬂooring. Call Jeff $374,900
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Rimbey Alliance Church 4620 - 54th Avenue, Rimbey 403-843-3727 10:30 a.m. Worship Service with Children’s Church Last Sunday of the month, service held at Parkland Manor at 10:00 am
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Saturday Evening: Sunday Morning: Sylvan Lake - 5:00 p.m. Rimbey - 9:00 a.m. Sylvan Lake -11:00 a.m.
GOOD STARTER HOME OR REVENUE PROPERTY! IMMACULATE HOME!! 4 bdrms, 3bath, all top of Wendy Stevenson Cell: 403-704-5520
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Last Sunday of every month: Sylvan Lake 9:00 a.m. Rimbey 11:00 a.m. Parish Priest: Father Gabriel Udeh Administration Offi ce: 403-843-2126; Aft er Hours Emergency Cell: 403-963-0954
Rimbey United Church 403-843-2458
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Rev. Deborah Laing Sunday Worship / Children’s Programs - 10:30 a.m.
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24 Rolling Drive (Rimbey Ridge Estates.) 5.21 acres. In ﬂoor heat in the basement, hi efﬁcient wood stove, boiler and furnace. The master bedroom has a walk in closet, ensuite, private balcony. Attached and detached heated garage. 840 sq ft cozy cottage as well. New Price $399,900 MLS CA0053202
Janall Estates is one of Rimbey’s best kept secrets. It is only minutes south of town on Lockhart Rd. and an excellent location. Build your dream home. Serviced lots with gas & power included. Spring into action because there is only 4 acreages left. $99000-$129000. GST applicable.
This is one of those acreages where once you are there, you may never want to leave. Surrounded by trees and a view of the south and west. Family and friends gathered there for home cooked meals, laughter and stories. The are many choices one can do to call this acreage home. Build new or renovate the existing home. There are many areas within the property that one could build a new home and enjoy the all the views and privacy. 450074 Range Road 32, Hoadley. CA0055298. $165000 Quick Possession
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Central Alberta Buccaneers prepare for the upcoming season
Central Alberta Buccaneers Adam Lewis, Spencer Brown, Joe Brooks, Hunter Girard, Todd Lewis, James Alden and Josh Schindel took part in Ponoka’s Big Brothers Big Sisters Bowl for Kids Sake recently.
he is “slowly getting into it more and more every day.” Veteran players organize the workouts and help guide the young-Bucs through each exercise. In comparison to last season, the 18-year-old has put on a considerable amount of mass. When asked by teammates how he’s gained so much size (besides Buc workouts), Raines responded with a shrug. “I’m eating more, too, I guess.” The Bucs have continued to strive for involvement within the community during the offseason. For February, the Buccaneers spearheaded the first annual AFL Blood Drive - a league-wide blood donation that included the involvement of four other rival teams. Twenty members of the Bucs Family donated on Feb. 7. The ladies at Red Deer Blood Services were professional and, to the relief of some of the first-time donators, were gentle while taking the Buc-blood. The team’s next donation is scheduled for early April. Any who are interested in donating with the Bucs are encouraged to contact the team via its website, www. cabucs.com, or through social media. continued on page 12
which left them shorthanded. However, goalie Kaden Tourssaint came through for the team with some fantastic saves, said Beagle. “He made some saves in the third period that I have never seen a goal tender of that age make. The save he made with 30 seconds left in the game was unreal. He just kicked out his right leg and stopped the puck. It was unbelievable.”
Beagle said the Renegades all deserve recognition for their teamwork and dedication. He noted Keagan Landry was the top scorer and Hayden Motowylo, Tyler Gyori and Mitchell Man were great leaders during the year as well as in the tournament. “Every time we had a down during the year, we learned from it and it all came together in that tournament.”
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In preparation for the 2015 season, the Central Alberta Buccaneers have been busy practicing indoors as well as participating in numerous community events. Over February and March, the team has gathered for indoor skills and drill sessions in preparation for the approaching season. The Bucs coaching staff has been pleased with the strong turnout of new and returning players. “It’s great to get together with the guys and shake off the rust before season begins” explained a veteran Buc in between drills. While the team is practicing without full-contact equipment (pads and helmets), time spent on the gym floor is essential for regular season preparation. “It takes a while for the legs to come back so I’m glad we’re starting this early.” In addition to indoor practice, the team has organized group workouts at their sponsor gym, Body Basics, in Red Deer. Each Saturday, players exercise according to football-specific weight programs. While 2014-rookie defensive back Riley Raines from Breton is new to weight lifting and training,
Renegades win Provincials continued from page 1 Sunday morning the Renegades faced Beaver Lodge, coming away with a 7-2 win, which made them contenders against Olds in the gold medal game held that afternoon. The Renegades pulled away with a 3-0 lead early in the game, but Olds came back with two goals. Rimbey struggled in the third period, ending up with several penalties
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46.43 acres high land that slopes to the west. Ideal for horses and potential for acreage development. $225,000
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Bucs AGM held continued from page 11 On Feb. 27, the Buccaneers entered a team into the Ponoka Big Brothers Big Sisters "Bowl for Kids' Sake" fundraiser. It was the team’s fourth year in row entering the fundraiser and, to no one’s surprise; neither the Bucs’ bowling skills nor their costume-making skills had improved. However, despite demonstrating some questionable bowling skills and medieval-themed costumes, they were still able to raise over $600 for BBBS. The Bucs hosted their AGM on March 21. Any interested players and volunteers were encouraged to come to the Red Deer Lodge at 7pm in order to find out all info pertinent to the Buccaneers 2015 season. The team’s executive discussed logistics – schedule, fees, locations, etc – and the coaching staff explained team philosophy, values, and goals. 15034MF0
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Council wants grass recycling BY TREENA MIELKE
Council has cut the residential yard compost program from its 2015 budget and Rimbey residents are encouraged to look at grass recycling as an alternative. Acting CAO Dona Tona is in favour of the change. “We are now in the majority of the communities in Alberta that have gone to grass cycling,” she said. “It is really nothing new and it
is a good way to reduce the environmental footprint.” Residents are encouraged to leave their grass clippings on their lawn and not include them in their garbage. “The contractor will not pick them up and the landfill will not accept them.” Lawns should be mowed every four to five days with a sharp blade. No more than one third of the height of the grass should be cut at
any time. Grass should be dry when it is mowed to ensure the roots stay intact. Tona said grass clippings are made up of 80 to 85 per cent water and, if the weather is warm, will usually disappear into the lawn within three days of cutting. Tona said Leduc is one of the municipalities where grass recycling is in effect and it has worked very well in that community.
REACH A-Event winners of the Rimbey Ladies Bonspiel held last weekend are skip, Linda Liner, third, Holly Bertoia, second, Cherie Johns and lead, Bernice Pitts. A total of 16 teams competed in the bonspiel. B-Event winners are lead, Lesley Hill, second, Marian Oehlerking, third, Dot Wasyluk and skip, Leanne Sather. C-event winners are second,Tammy Brewster, skip, Lisa Shukin, lead, Gina Perepelkin and third,Gail Perepelkin.
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LEVERICK In Loving Memory of Taylor Robert Leverick of Bluffton, Alberta, born on December 3, 1998 in Red Deer, Alberta, who passed away at the Stollery Children’s Hospital, Edmonton on Sunday, March 15, 2015 at the age of 16 years. Taylor accomplished many things in his short time with us. Sports were always important to him, and he found himself competing in many different activities from gymnastics and swimming to soccer, baseball, hockey, boxing, badminton, lacrosse, basketball, snowboarding, and even motocross racing. Taylor’s family and friends were very proud of him when he earned a spot on the Zone 4 2012 Alberta Summer Games lacrosse team, and traveled to Lethbridge to compete. He loved to be ‘on the road’, and was especially proud to purchase his own truck, working weekends and summers to save enough money. Taylor also loved spending time with his family, especially his younger brother, Thomas who was never far from his side. He had such a gentle nature and became a loyal friend to many, often becoming like another son to many families. Taylor was a compassionate young man and was always very proud of other’s achievements ahead of his own. He loved to visit and always had time for everyone, young or old. Taylor will be lovingly remembered and greatly missed by his parents, Rob and Leanne Leverick of Bluffton; his special brother and best friend, Thomas Leverick; his maternal grandparents, Gordon and Lorraine McFadden of Bluffton; and his paternal grandfather, Fred Leverick of Lethbridge. He will also be lovingly remembered and greatly missed by his treasured aunts, uncles and cousins: Brian and Shelley McFadden and their daughter, Katelyn of Bluffton; Jason and Penny Leverick and their daughter, Violet of Lethbridge; Chad Leverick of Lethbridge; and Jan and Steve Gross and their son, Lane of Ponoka; in addition to numerous other relatives, community members, and a host of cherished and dear friends. Taylor was predeceased by his paternal grandmother, Alfreda Morin in 2009. A Public Memorial Service in Celebration of Taylor’s Life was held at the Peter Lougheed Community Centre, Rimbey on Sunday, March 22, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. with the Reverend Deborah Laing and the Reverend Lorne Schellenberg officiating. Cremation took place at the Central Alberta Crematorium, Red Deer. In Loving Memory of Taylor, a Trust Fund for Thomas’ Education has been set up at ATB Financial, Box 918, Rimbey, Alberta T0C 2J0. Please make payable to ‘Robert Leverick In Trust’. Memorial tributes in his memory may also be made directly to STARS Head Office, 1441 Aviation Park N.E., Box 570, Calgary, Alberta T2E 8M7; or to the Stollery Children’s Hospital, c/o Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, 1502 College Plaza, 8215 - 112 Street, Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2C8. Condolences to the Leverick Family may also be expressed by e-mail to: email@example.com Funeral and Cremation Arrangements for the Late Taylor Robert Leverick entrusted to the care of OBERHAMMER FUNERAL CHAPELS LTD.
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It is with saddened hearts that we announce the sudden passing of Gordon R. Reaugh on March 14, 2015 in Quartzsite, Arizona, U.S.A. With respect for Gordon’s wishes no formal Funeral Service will be held. Cremation took place in the States. A Celebration of Gordon’s life will be held at a later date.
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On Wednesday, March 18, 2015 Donald Chester Rimbey of Edmonton, formerly of the town of Rimbey, passed away peacefully at the age of 79 years. His memory will be forever cherished by Donna, his loving wife of almost 59 years; their children: Barb (Mel) Parcels, Wayne (Marla) Rimbey and Colleen (Dan) Oracheski as well as ten grandchildren; five greatgrandchildren; his sister Margaret Marshall and by many extended family members and many friends. Don was a loving family man and retired teacher who loved gardening, dancing, traveling and has left a treasury of his artistic talents behind for all to admire. A Celebration of Don’s Life will take place at 2:00 PM, on Monday, March 23, 2015 at Knox Metropolitan United Church, 8307-109 Street, Edmonton. In lieu of flowers the family asks that donations be made to the Cross Cancer Institute - Attention: Patient Care
LAYTON, Rick (William Richmond), a long time employee of Canada Safeway and resident at Gull Lake, passed away on March 1, 2015. Rick is survived by his brothers Gordon (Patricia) and Barry (Dian); nieces Jennifer (Joe) and Heather (Steve); nephews Ben and John; and great nephews, Daniel and Noah. Cremation has taken place and there will be no open service. He would want you to celebrate his life by sharing memories and stories with each other and remembering him in your own way. Much thanks to Kendal & Johanna & Marie Anna as well as Dr.s Sokolowski, Gregg, & Curtis in RDRHC ICU.
JAMES JOHN GUNN With sorrow, we announce the passing of our beloved husband, father, grandfather, and uncle, James John Gunn, on Thursday March 5, 2015, at the age of 87. He died peacefully in his sleep, with family at his side. Jim is survived by his loving wife of 65 years, Ellamae; sister Doris Upshaw and Frank, of Calgary; daughters Linda, Brenda, Louise and Valeen Gunn; granddaughters Heather Gunn and Talia Chase; sons in law Ray Schmidt, Robin Kramar, and Darren Chase; extended family in Canada, the US and Scotland; and a host of friends. Jim was predeceased by his parents, Ben and Ruth, and his sister Viola Blaney. He owned and operated Gunn’s Clothing store in Provost AB for more than 30 years, before retiring to Devon, and later, Edmonton. Jim quietly did countless good deeds for others, so in his memory, please consider paying it forward by making a donation to a charity of your choice. A memorial service will be held at Southminster Steinhauer United Church, 10740 19 Ave Edmonton AB, on Sunday 17 May at 2:30 PM. Reception to follow. Welcome to everyone able to attend.
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In loving memory of GLORIA J SNIDER March 26, 2014 As long as we breathe you’ll be remembered... With many loving memories Diane, Neil and Family
Marshall Lewis 1930 - 2014 In loving memory of Marshall Lewis, who passed away March 21, 2014. If tears could build a stairway and memories a lane, We would walk right up to heaven And bring you home again. Always missed, never forgotten, Your loving wife Sadie, children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren
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Arts & Crafts Shows ..................50 Class Registrations....................51 Coming Events ..........................52 Lost ............................................54 Found ........................................56 Companions ..............................58 Personals...................................60 Bingos........................................64 Fitness & Sports ........................66 Happy Ads .................................70
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BLUFFTON Spring Trade-Fair Saturday, April 18th, 2015 10 0 AM - 4 PM If you are a local Entrepreneur, and would like to present an invention or just to book a table(s) please give Gail a call @ 403-963-1649 or Irene @ 403-843-6805. The trade fair is sponsored by the Bluffton Chamber of Commerce.
(FLOOR CURLING) HOADLEY HALL Thurs., Apr. 2, 2015 Potluck, Prizes! Ages 8 and up.
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING BLINDMAN RIVER HALL TUESDAY, MARCH 24 AT 7:00 PM AL-ANON WEEKLY MEETING FOR FRIENDS AND FAMILY OF ALCOHOLICS. Tuesdays 8 p.m. Neighborhood Place 5110 - 49 Ave., Ponoka For more info 403-783-4557
Weekly meetings Tuesdays @ 8 p.m. Neighborhood Place 5110 - 49 Ave. Ponoka For more info. 403-783-4557 or 403-783-8371
Employment #700 - #920 Caregivers/Aides................710 Clerical ..............................720 Computer Personnel ..........730 Dental ................................740 Estheticians........................750 Hair Stylists ........................760 Janitorial ............................770 Legal ..................................780 Medical ..............................790 Oilfield ................................800 Professionals......................810 Restaurant/Hotel ................820 Sales & Distributors ..........830 Teachers/Tutors..................840 Trades ................................850 Truckers/Drivers ................860 Business Opportunities......870 Miscellaneous ....................880 Volunteers Wanted ............890 Positions Wanted ..............895 Employment Training ........900 Career Planning ................920
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SMALL COMPANY NEEDS Assistant to Manager. Self-starter candidate: Proficient in office duties, bookkeeping, payroll, & task as assigned. Located: Rural east central Alberta. Competitive wages. Apply: Box A c/o Vermilion Standard, 4917 - 50 Ave., Vermilion, AB, T9X 1A6.
Cost $400 Ph: 403-843-6088
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DAIRY Herdsperson required for fulltime permanent position on dairy farm near Bashaw Alberta. Duties include monitoring cattle health, balance feed rations, artificial insemination, general farm duties as milking and feeding. Experience required 1-2 yrs min. as herd manager. Post secondary agriculture diploma. Wages start at $25.00 per hour. Please apply by email to Henk Oosterink RR # 1, Bashaw, T0B0H0 firstname.lastname@example.org
Cameron Bay Holdings Inc. o/a McDonalds’s in Ponoka an Red Deer (Gasoline Alley East and West) is now hiring full time and part time Food Service Supervisors. Wages are between $13.75 to $16.00 per hour, depending upon experience and qualifications. Benefits (dental, disability, life and group insurance benefits) and opportunity for job advancement. Candidates must be able to work a variety of shifts and have 3 to 5 years previous experience. Must be able to supervisor up to 20 crew. Part-time applications will be accepted from Canadians and Permanent Residents. Apply in person 4419 Hwy 2A, Ponoka, 37479 Hwy 2, Red Deer, and 37428 Hwy 2, Red Deer or email resume to email@example.com or fax to 403-783-4251.
NEW HEALTH CANADA approved health & safety products - Looking for sales representatives in Alberta. 2) Breakthrough Wellness Healthy Aging Products and more Sales business’. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 780-437-4920. TIRED OF the boom and bust of the oil patch? If it’s time for a career change to sales and you have high personal standards in both integrity and work ethic our recession proof industry may be the perfect fit. Call Larry Hrynew Managing Agency Director with Heritage Education Funds Inc. today at 1-888-713-7377, ext. 2224.
JOURNEYMAN Heavy Duty Mechanic. Target Excavating Inc., Box 642, Provost, AB, T0B 3S0. Further information call Harvey Booker 780-704-0059.
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780-512-8243 HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE Class 1 or 3 Operators. Full-time and Part-time positions available. Openings in several Alberta areas. Fax resume to Carillion Canada 780-449-0574 or email: email@example.com. Positions to start April, 2015. Please state what position and location you are interested in.
NOW HIRING STEEL STUD FRAMERS Light/Heavy Gauge Framing. Must have experience. Great opportunity for long term employment. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Fax: 403.668.1142
2 yrs. relevant exp., completion of High School, be reliable, self motivated, work well under limited supervision in fast paced environment.
Is looking for a LICENSED AUTOMOTIVE TECH The successful candidate must be able to excel in a fast paced environment.
Salary is $14 - $18./hr. 40 hr. wk. dependant on exp. 733644 Ab Ltd. O/A The Rusty Pelican Location of employment: 4105 2079 - 50 Ave. Red Deer, AB T4R 1Z4 email: bennett2014.bkkp@ gmail.com or Call 403-347-1414 or Fax to: 403-347-1161 Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
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If you have a positive attitude and an excellent work ethic we want to hear from you Please email resumes to JWitvoet@integradtire.com Or fax ATTN: J. Witvoet 403-783-4975 Or drop off at 6220 48 Ave, Ponoka ATTN: J. Witvoet
PEMBINA RIVER Natural Gas Co-op Ltd. Employment Opportunity Natural Gas Utility Operator. We are seeking the right individual to join our team as a full-time employee. Experience in the operation of a Natural Gas Distribution System is preferred. Computer skills, strong public relations and a willingness to learn are also important for this position. For those without experience we are willing to train the right individual. We offer a competitive salary, benefit package and pension plan. Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. Please send resumes to Pembina River Natural Gas Co-op. Attention: General Manager. P.O. Box 122, Jarvie, AB, T0G 1H0 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Fax 780-954-3844. Deadline for resumes is April 6, 2015.
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HIGH CASH PRODUCING vending machines. $1.00 vend = .70 profit. All on location in your area. Selling due to illness. Call 1-866-668-6629 for details.
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SUMMER EMPLOYMENT 2015 Meridian Beach Gull Lake is looking for a Recreation Director for 3 mornings a week for July and August. To make the position full time you would be required to work as a landscape helper. May 15th to Sept. 1. Some experience doing with gardening equipment . Experience in Early Childhood Education-enjoy working with children and outside. Must have own transportation. We are located at the North East end of Gull Lake. Email resume to email@example.com
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â€œWhen Ralphâ€™s done brushing you donâ€™t feel rolledâ€? Journeyman painter, serving the area: since 1984
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AUCTION Sales Wed. @ 6 pm. Antique sales 1st. Sun. of the month @ 1 pm. Mar.1 Moose Hall 2 miles south of Ponoka on 2A WE BUY FOR CASH. 403-304-4791 Check website for full listings www.bigstrapperauctions.net
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COLLECTOR CAR AUCTION. 5th Annual Edmonton Motor Show Collector Car Auction. April 10 - 12. Edmonton Expo Centre. Over 80,000 spectators. Over 80% sold last year. Consign today. 1-888-296-0528 ext. 102; EGauctions.com.
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