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Rimbey RCMP and Canada Post team up to stop to mail theft

Marnie Bland, postmistress for Rimbey post office repairs some boxes which were vandalized last week. RCMP is on the lookout for the persons responsible for the crime. Const. Carman Dutz said being in possession of stolen mail and vandilizing mail boxes are criminal offences which could result in jail time. Treena Mielke Photo

Police on lookout BY TREENA MIELKE Rimbey RCMP and Canada Post are teaming up to catch the criminals responsible for an epidemic of mailbox break ins throughout the area and the latest break in to the town’s post office has meant even tighter securty meausres will be in place. Const. Carman Dutz said the break in to the post office was discovered when a resident stopped in to pick up mail early Wednesday morning (Jan. 20). The doors to 14 mailboxes were pried open and mail may have been stolen. Police were immediately alerted. Dutz is hopeful whoever is responsible for the crime will soon be apprehended. “It’s early in the investigation, but people are going by the post office all the time and it is very lit up. It is a location that many people frequent all hours of the day or night and we are hopeful that someone has information

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that would assist in identifying the person or persons responsible for this crime.” While he noted seeing someone in the post office picking up mail isn’t suspicious, seeing someone with a crow bar or screw driver demands immediately attention. “Call the RCMP at once,” he said. Tips from the public help the RCMP to do their job. If you have any information regarding these or any other crimes, please call the local Rimbey RCMP Detachment at (403) 8432224 or Crime Stoppers: Stealing mail is a criminal offence and could net up to 10 years jail time, he added. Stealing mail from rural mailboxes has been somewhat of an epidemic throughout the province, he said, noting Canada Post is doing its part by moving mail boxes inside the municipalities. continued on page 3


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Rimbey RCMP - The end of 2015 was a busy time for the Rimbey RCMP Detachment. In keeping with the Christmas season, members of the Rimbey RCMP were able to tie a bow on a few files by making arrests and laying charges for a variety of offences including possession of stolen mail and other property under $5000, possession of stolen vehicles, possession of drugs for the purpose

of trafficking, weapons offences and impaired driving. On December 4, a member of the Rimbey detachment stopped a vehicle on Highway 20 for a traffic-related infraction. The driver, thinking he could deceive the officer, provided a false name when asked to identify himself. It took only a few more questions from the member to reveal that the driver had lied about his name. The 34-year-old driver was arrested for obstructing a police officer by providing a false name. Further investigation located a quantity of a substance believed to be crystal meth inside the vehicle as well as several weapons and stolen property which included identity documents stolen from the Central Alberta area. The Red Deer man was

on probation at the time of his arrest and obliged to abide by the condition that he not be in possession of weapons. He was charged with possessing a weapon for dangerous purpose, drug possession, identity fraud, failing to comply with the conditions of his probation and obstruction for lying about his identity. The male was remanded and did not speak to bail. His 24-yearold female passenger from Bashaw was also charged in the incident for drug possession, possession of stolen property, and illegal possession of government documents. She was released with a promise to appear at Provincial Court in Rimbey on Friday, February 5. On December 7, another man from Red Deer was attempting to use a false name while committing

Canada Post teams up continued from page 1 He noted the rural mailboxes in Meridian Beach were hit in December, but the boxes have now been moved inside the subdivision where they are surrounded by houses. Canada Post spokesperson John Caines commented briefly about the break in. “Unfortunately a recent trend of crime has developed in Alberta, not

just with Canada Post but other businesses as well. There was vandalism at the Rimbey post office and the affected customers are being contacted. The issue is under investigation by the police and we are unable to comment further,”

he said in an email. While Canada Post and RCMP continue to work hard to eliminate mail theft, Dutz advises people to use methods other than mail to send cheques and to definitely not send cash in the mail.

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The siblings sit quietly, saying nothing much at all. “It’s your birthday, Sunday,” my sister said to her much older brother, as she adjusted the blanket around his frail shoulders. He said nothing, only looked at her for a long time, his pale blue eyes locked on hers. “Players Plain,” he finally said with a chuckle, meaning, of course, “buy me a package of smokes and it will all be good.” I laugh when she tells me that story.

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but each distinguished in their own right. First of all was my brother’s wife, his first lady. He is crazy in love with his wife, and her presence makes him all happy and when he sees her his face is wreathed in smiles. He loves her like a love story. And then there was the rest of us, all crowding around the little dining room in the main floor of the nursing home. His wife’s daughter who has adopted him as her own father, his sisters, brothers-in-law, great nieces, nephews, and bless her heart, one special nineyear-old little great niece. Prompted by her mom, she shyly presented him a homemade birthday card which she had, no doubt,

laboured over intensely. Me, being her grandma, was bursting with pride at her actions and wanted to immediately smother her slightly blushing ponytailed self with kisses, but I refrained, being I would probably embarrass her even more than she was already. “Happy birthday, she wrote. The misspelling of his name reminding me of the letters I used to write to him when I was about her age. Who knew the name ‘Horace’ was not spelled the same as the animal ‘Horse”. So there was cake and cupcakes and coffee and lots of cards. There was chatter and hugs and reminiscing and smiles. It was a quiet and gentle January afternoon and I

would like to believe all of us in that room were visited by an unseen presence. Love. It would have to be love. Finally, my brother was wheeled back to his room, but not before he went out for a smoke with the guys, all of them braced against the cold chill of the January wind. Finally, we all went home and ate the leftover cupcakes. Later my sister phoned and we talked over the party. “I think he was surprised,” she said. “I don’t think he had a clue.” Of course, I couldn’t see her pleased smile being we were on the phone and all. But, I’m sure she was! Smiling, that is!

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Years ago, my brother who is our oldest sibling, served in the Canadian Armed Forces. He was a handsome young man with a disarming grin and a soft gentleness about him, a kind of innocence like a kid might have. When I was a kid, myself, I loved my brother, but not really the man, just the concept of him. To me, he was the guy who sent presents. I had no idea where they came from, nor did I care much. I specifically remember a beautiful embroidered silk bedspread from Korea, (unfortunately, the cat bore a litre of kittens on it and it never really was the same) and a beautiful jewelry box inlaid with Mother of Pearl from China. So in my little mind, my brother and Santa kind of got mixed up. Anyway, it was my brother’s 83rd birthday, Sunday. His birthday party was a small, but tastefully elegant affair, held at his new home in Michener Extended Care. The guests were few,

Word on the street is that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is still getting flack for pulling out the CF-18 fighter jets out of Syria last year. Canada might be getting slammed for our passivity towards the direct war on terror; and it’s unfortunate, though, to say that these wars cost money. I don’t know what the cost of fighter jet fuel is, but I can admit to looking up at those big illuminated signs advertising the price of regular 87 at the pumps

when I drive by. I remember when my father flew helicopters up north in the bush a while back. I used to ask him every now and again questions about aviation. He was flying and fighting forest fires all summer in Quebec; somehow it came up in conversation about the hourly cost of running a helicopter: it was upwards of $1500/hr and the machine dad flew wasn’t that large. All fuel expenses aside, the sheer cost to maintain a fighter jet mechanically would likely hit the stratosphere too. I used to see the hourly rate the diesel shop charged the customer when I was re-

placing head gaskets on a Powerstroke engine. It is likely that I would cringe while glancing at the bill for the replacement any of the CF-18’s avionic equipment. The cost of one missile is probably enough to pay for a term’s worth of English classes at RDC. Keeping fighter jets in active duty was likely costing Ottawa a fortune—and the pilots needed a pay cheque too. I dislike acknowledging that freedom and liberty for humans caught in the conflicts of war cost money; moreover, I suppose Trudeau saw the fuel bill for keeping those fighter jets in the air, and figured it was best to send

them (the jets) home. It isn’t necessary to have to quote the financial section of the metropolitan newspapers to tell you that the price of oil isn’t worth the cost of the barrel it’s stored in. The big cheques aren’t getting sent to Ottawa these days and Trudeau might have to dig a little deeper to be able to afford to send the ultra-high-octane-jet-fuel burning CF-18s back to Syria to help fight the war on terror. It would be sadly ironic to see ships, jets, trucks, and troops from Canada get sent to fight terrorists after enough tax dollars have been collected from Trudeau’s supposed legal-

ization of marijuana. A freshly baked bank account for the war on terror. They might have to paint over the maple leaf on the side of CF-18s with a pot leaf. The pilots could give the peace sign and shout from the cockpit “don’t worry we’ve got the Sirius satellite radio set on the reggae channel.” Canada can’t stand idle while terrorism continues to manifest in parts of the world. Canada also won’t be able to stand up straight if marijuana gets legalized. Trudeau will have to find a means of keeping the books balanced in Ottawa, or else physician-assisted suicide will start making more sense.


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BSE testing numbers need to increase in Alberta Dear Editor, On December 2, 2015 the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) released their final report on the investigation into the 19th case of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) in Canada, discovered in Feb. 2015. Case #19 was born on the same birth farm as case #17. The animal in case # 19 was born in March of 2009, while Case #17 was discovered in 2010. Case #19 is unique in that it was born and infected after the enhanced feed ban of 2007 was in place. What does this mean? The extensive investigation looked at any feed mill that was involved in producing commercial feed fed on this farm. Fortunately no lapses in protocols that could have allowed contamination of cattle feed were found. This is very good news. While no absolute “smoking gun” was found, the most likely cause of this latest BSE case is that the cow consumed a minute particle of left over feed from prior to the feed ban/enhanced feed ban that was still in a feed storage bin. Scientists believe that as little 1/5 of a gram (ie a garden pea cut into 15 pieces) of prion contaminated feed is enough to infect a calf. It is very easy to imagine tiny grains of feed or dust can remain in a feed bin long after that feed is gone. What does this mean for the Canadian/ Alberta cattle industry? We know the feed ban/enhanced feed ban of 2007 means that no amplification or magnification of the disease can happen in Canada like it did in the UK. That means that if we keep doing what we are doing, eventually Classical BSE will no longer exist in Canada. One of the things that we NEED to keep doing is testing appropriate cattle for BSE. Most, if not all beef and dairy producers are familiar with the Canada Alberta BSE Sampling Program (CABSESP). This is primarily the on-farm testing of dead, down, diseased or distressed cattle by a producers herd veterinarian. Unfortunately the number of animals being testing over the last few years in Alberta has dropped to a level where we are no longer meeting our testing requirements. This potentially puts our export trade of beef at risk. If our beef industry loses valuable overseas markets because we are perceived to have “dropped the ball” and are not actively testing it has the potential to be financially devastating. What can our beef industry do to help? On farm BSE testing programs like the CABSESP will be needed for decades! We will need to continue to test for the long term to maintain the confidence of our export markets and consumers. The industry NEEDS your help. BSE testing numbers need to increase in Alberta. This is not the time to “let someone else contribute”, everyone needs to take ownership and help. It is estimated that if each beef and dairy farm in Alberta had one appropriate test done per year we would surpass our targets. It is a very easy program to participate in and help your industry. Please call your local veterinary clinic, they will be able to answer your questions. Help keep the Canadian/ Alberta beef industry strong. Ian Giebelhaus, DVM BScAg : Alberta Agriculture BSE private Veterinary contractor

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Women’s conference offers fun and information BY TREENA MIELKE This year, which marks Rimbey’s 30th annu-

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again at 3:15 p.m. The sessions at this year’s conference are varied and give participants an opportunity to make choices related to their own unique passions and interests. Kim Beach, featured on CBC Radio One’s The Next Chapter, is a published author who has written several books. She is the AB/ NWT representative on the National Council of the League of Canadian Poets and is working on a novella about a giant puppet as well as a novel about 1970s romance comics. A cake decorating demonstration by Corrinna Rapley, a certified Wilton method instructor, should be fun as well as informative. Jennifer Anderson, a stylist at Altered Images, will host

a session on hair demonstrations. Anderson enjoys working with the public and is looking forward to owning her own shop one day. Hilary Ann Scott, founder of Your Yoga Studio, will offer a session in the afternoon. After 20 years of world traveling and practicing the art of yoga, she is pleased to return to central Alberta and open her own yoga studio. Also in the afternoon will be a drink mixology session by Sean Draper, owner of To The Lost, a cocktail lounge in downtown Red Deer. And for those who sew or want to learn more about sewing, Tracy Brittain Loyek will present the session SEW WHAT?! The day will wrap up with Shannon Boyce-Campbell at 3:30.

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on Friday, February 5. The RCMP partners with community and other government organizations to reduce crime and increase safety for the public. Alberta Parks Enforcement is partnering with local law enforcement to keep the protected areas in the region. Aspen Beach Provincial Park is a protected area on Gull Lake. Conservation Officers continue to issue violation tickets to snowmobiles and OHV’s as motorized access is not permitted. The Provincial Park is intended to preserve the natural habitat and allow recreational activities such as cross country skiing and snowshoeing. Illegal use of the Provincial Park can be reported 24/7 by calling 403350-5066.

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RIMBEY REVIEW 7

Rimbey drug trafficker sent to jail BY TREENA MIELKE Rimbey RCMP report a Rimbey resident charged with drug possession in 2014 will spend two years behind bars. In October, 2014, Nathan Webb, a 28 year old Rimbey resident, was stopped for speeding. Drugs were found in his vehicle in a quantity consistent with trafficking. He was subsequently charged with possession of cocaine and methamphetamine for the purpose of trafficking, possession of marihuana, and for speeding. Webb was found guilty as charged and sentenced in December, 2015 to two years in custody. Currently, there are three other people who have been charged by the Rimbey RCMP for possession of drugs for the purpose of trafficking in the past year, said Const. Carman Dutz. “Their cases are before the courts. A lot of work goes into building a strong case against drug traffickers so that they are held responsible for their crimes. Information from the public is a key component in building a case. If you have information about drug activity, please be a part of the solution by sharing that information with the RCMP.”

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Rimbey Legion: Rimbey Legion newly elected officers for 2016 are standing in the back from the left Donald Duke, Eric Hornsey, Michael Jarmoluk, Elisabeth Ramsey and Lance Hannesson. In the front are Amanda Lucas, treasurer, Barbara Patey, service officer, Tyler Hagel, Sergeant-At-Arms, Shane Kreil, president and Carol Hannesson.

Grace Lutheran Church Bentley - ELCIC Worship 11:15 a.m. 4th Sunday of the month 5 p.m. More Info, Mark Ree 403-748-2147 5 miles west, 1.5 miles south, 1 mile west of Bentley

Photo by Michael Jarmoluk

“Sharing New Life in Christ”

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. • www.rimbeynewlife.com

Church of the Nazarene, Rimbey Sunday Worship & Sunday School 10:30 a.m. (on Radio 93.3 FM) 5214-51 Street, Phone: 403-843-2029 Pastor Grant Rainey

ANGLICAN CHURCH OF THE EPIPHANY 5211 52 St., Rimbey Service & Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. 4th Sunday Family Service: 11:00 a.m. Stuart Adams: 403-843-6164 or Arlene Edwards: 403-843-6077 www.churchofepiphany.ca

Th e Rimbey Seventh-Day Adventist Church

Evangelical Missionary Church

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

Pastor: Rev. Barry Klassen 403-843-6461

Saturdays

1/2 mile East of Hoadley on Highway #611

Zion Lutheran Church 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.

Nursery Provided

403-843-2585

Pastor: Bill Nieuwenhuis

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

RomanMass Catholic Church Times:

Saturday Evening: Sunday Morning: Sylvan Lake - 5:00 p.m. Rimbey - 9:00 a.m. Sylvan Lake -11:00 a.m. Last Sunday of every month:

Sylvan Lake 9:00 a.m.

Rimbey 11:00 a.m.

Parish Priest: Father Les Drewicki Administration Offi ce: 403-843-2126;

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 2016

RIMBEY REVIEW 9

Volunteer recalls years of helping out

Rimbey Curling Club Violet Christianson, a long time volunteer for Rimbey FCSS is scaling back on her volunteer time and Carolynne Jensen, senior information and referral co-ordinator for FCSS said she will be greatly missed. Treena Mielke Photo

BY TREENA MIELKE What makes a volunteer step up to the plate, not just once, but time and time again? Ask Violet Christianson, one of Rimbey’s dedicated long time volunteers, and she will tell you. “They needed some people to help out and I just did whatever came up.” Christianson, who has now gracefully slipped away from many of her volunteer duties, is still active in the Rimbey Legion, plays the piano at Parkland Manor and helps out at her church. “I like to be busy,” she said. “I don’t like to sit around doing nothing.” Multi tasking is not a new word for the vivacious senior, who admits to doing a huge crossword puzzle while watching television. She is also an active floor curler and enjoys the game and visiting with other seniors at Rimbey Drop In Centre. “I know a lot of people at the Drop In,” she said. “I do have a lot of friends.” Attracting friends is easy for Christianson, whose friendly smile and cheerful demeanor has not diminished over time. “I have never seen her without a smile,” said Carolynne Jensen from Rimbey FCSS. “She has a warm personality, empathy for others and always has a smile and a greeting for everyone.”

Christianson, who was nominated for the Minister’s Seniors Service Award last year along with Gladys Johnson, has lived in the area for many years. She and her late husband Bruce raised their three children, Keith, Karen and Wendy southwest of Rimbey on Hwy. 766. She said the highway was a dirt road when they moved in. When her husband passed away in 2008, Christianson rented the farm out. She has lived in town for several years. Despite a busy life as a wife and mother, as well as an employee of Rimbey Coop, Christianson gave freely of her time as one of the community’s long serving volunteers. She served on the FCSS board of directors for many years and was one of the founding members that formed the Rimbey Home Help Services which delivers home support, home care, meals on wheels, medical alert and volunteer visiting and transportation. She also volunteered with FCSS helping out with seniors information and referral services and completing income tax forms. “I enjoyed doing the income tax,” she said. “I met a lot of people and was able to help them out.” When she was not busy volunteering in some other capacity, she was playing the piano or giving music lessons.

Jensen said her volunteer work is very much missed at FCSS. “She’s been a tireless volunteer for more than 30 years. She has a natural common sense to handling life’s circumstances and she has a smile and a warmth about her that makes everyone feel comfortable.” Christianson has two grandchildren, Richard and Lisa and one great-granddaughter, Mikayla.

Would like to Thank the following Sponsors for their support for the following Bonspiels; Men’s Bonspiel Hi-Way 9 Express Ltd. Rimbey Review Nikirk Brothers Ponoka Chrysler Jeep Side Street Liquor Store Rimbey Co-op

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MNP Rimbey Co-op Tire Craft Vold Jones Vold Side Street Liquor Store Rimbey Value Drug Mart Gull Lake Golf Course UFA

Thank you Club members for Volunteering your time with both Bonspiels and Ken Smigorosky for the incredible ice! Next Bonspiels

Congratulations December RafÁe Winners:

Seniors • January 25 - 29, 2016 Ladies • March 18 - 20, 2016 Call: 403-843-2737 to enter a team

Co-op Gift Card $1000 • Craig Shaw Co-op Gift Card $500 • Travis Lee Esso Gift Card $300 • Karen Skeels Esso Gift Card $100 • Brent Ledieu Esso Gift Card $100 • George & Beth Reid

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“A good man has completed his final drive on earth.” Gary Clifford Robinson of Bentley, Alberta passed away at the Red Deer Regional Hospital Centre, Red Deer on Friday, January 15, 2016 at the age of 70 years. Gary leaves behind his cherished family: his loving wife, Myrna; his daughter, Teryn (Steve); and his sons, Scott (Becky), Shane (Natasha), and Wyatt (Vanessa); his beloved grandchildren, Lorne, Addison, Deegan, Ben, and Harper; his parents, Doreen and Les Peters; and his brothers, Aaron (Gerri), and Darrell (Pam); in addition to a large extended family. He was predeceased by his father, Cliff; his first wife, Rose; his sister, Myra; his brother, Dwayne; and infant twin sisters. Gary’s children will miss his excellent advice, and the wealth of knowledge he shared with them. His wife will miss her best friend and constant companion of nearly 35 years, and his mischievous smile. A Memorial Service in Celebration of Gary’s Life was held at the Blindman Valley Ag Centre, Bentley on Saturday, January 23, 2016 at 1:00 p.m. with Pastor David Larsen officiating. Cremation took place at the Central Alberta Crematorium, Red Deer. If friends desire, memorial tributes in Gary’s Memory may be made directly to the Lung Association ~ Alberta and N.W.T., P.O. Box 4500, Station South, Edmonton, Alberta T6E 6K2 (www.ab.lung.ca). Condolences to the Robinson Family may also be expressed by e-mail to: special_reflections@telusplanet.net Funeral and Cremation Arrangements for the Late Gary Clifford Robinson entrusted to the care of OBERHAMMER FUNERAL CHAPELS LTD.

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Gordon Graham McNabb of Rimbey, Alberta passed away peacefully at the Rimbey Hospital and Care Centre on Tuesday, January 19, 2016 at the age of 78 years. Gordon will be lovingly remembered and sadly missed by his loving children, Diane (Marjan) Filipic of Thorsby; Lorena (William) Houghton of Ponoka; Donna (Glen) Szautner of Evansburg; and Norma-Jean (Fred) Ladwig of Red Deer; as well as twelve treasured grandchildren and twelve great grandchildren. He will also be lovingly remembered and sadly missed by his brother, Don McNabb of Edmonton; and two sisters, Maggie Perrault of Yellowknife, N.W.T.; and Josie Craig (Wally Steinbring) of Barrhead; as well as his special niece, Shirley Bard of Rimbey; numerous additional nieces and nephews; other relatives; and many close friends. Gordon was predeceased by his parents, Hanna and Thomas McNabb; his beloved wife, Lovina in 2014; his daughter, Nancy in 2014; his grandson, Randall in 1985; one brother, Andy; and three sisters, Violet, Helen, and Rosemarie. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. Margaret’s Catholic Church, Rimbey on Wednesday, January 27, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. with the Reverend Father Les Drewicki, Celebrant. Interment will follow in St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery, Bluffton. If friends desire, memorial tributes in Gordon’s Memory may be made directly to the charity of one’s choice. Condolences to the McNabb Family may also be expressed by email to: special_reflections@telusplanet.net Funeral and Burial Arrangements for the Late Gordon Graham McNabb entrusted to the care of OBERHAMMER FUNERAL CHAPELS LTD.

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Alfred Orville Anderson of Calgary, Alberta passed away on Sunday January 17, 2016. Al was born in Rimbey, Alberta and worked for many years in the Alberta oil industry. He was predeceased by his wife, Eveline Ann Anderson and will be lovingly remembered his three daughters Carolyn Anderson, Susan Anderson-Coyle (Deanna) and Nancy Anderson-Dolan (Frances) and two grandsons, Dorian Frances Anderson-Dolan and Jaret Lynn AndersonDolan. A Funeral Service in memory of Alfred will be held today at Eden Brook Funeral Home on Tuesday, January 26, 2016 at 2:00 p.m., with interment to follow at Eden Brook Memorial Gardens. Condolences may be forwarded to the family by visiting www.edenbrookcemetery.ca Arrangements entrusted to EDEN BROOK FUNERAL HOME AND RECEPTION CENTRE,

24223 Twp Rd 242, Calgary, AB, T3Z 3K2.

Card Of Thanks

The Bauer Family would like to thank friends and family for helping us mourn the loss of our Father Herbert Bauer and the end of our family. Many thanks to the pallbears: Earl Repas, Maxwell Repas, John Hatala, Charles Bauer, Ron McLean and Gary Repas. Thanks Quentin Farnham for a great eulogy. Pastor Mark Schultz for a great service. Susan Preston for playing the organ and the Lutheran Church Ladies for providing a great lunch afterwards. Thank you Wayne Clark and Wilson’s Funeral Chapel for looking after everything for us.

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 2016

RIMBEY REVIEW 15

Volunteers gear up for provincial hockey tournament SUBMITTED Planning is in full swing for the Canalta Peewee A Renegades as they prepare to host the Peewee C Provincial Championships in March. The parent committee’s next event is a pub night on Friday, January 29 at the Vault. Please come out and support the fundraiser for the March 10-13th Peewee C Provincials. The fun filled night will include music, dancing, games, a progressive 50/50, silent auction, and live auction. The committee also continues to organize volunteers for the Provincials weekend. A volunteer sign up sheet can be found at the concession at the arena. Donations to the event are greatly appreciated.

The committee would love to advertise for local businesses interested in donating. Anyone wishing to sponsor, advertise, or volunteer can contact the host committee at peeweecprovincials2016@gmail. com. The Rimbey Coop Novice Renegades had a successful weekend at the Thorsby Thunder Cup Novice Tournament on January 16-17. The Renegades came out strong in their first game against Barrhead with a 12-2 victory. Their second game vs. Fort McMurray Sharks ended with a 10-3 win. Many family members and friends came out to cheer them on in the “A” final against the Pennwest Whitecourt Wolverines. The Coop Renegades won the final with a score of 9-3.

The Rimbey Coop Novice Renegades pose for a group photo after their win in the “A” finals at the Thorsby Thunder Cup Novice Tournament. Photo submitted

Babies of 2015 Kylie Marie Bakx

Taytum & Stormy Nye

~ FEBRUARY 5, 2015 ~

~ MARCH 4, 2015 ~

Daughter of

Daughters of

Jason & Rachel Bakx

Brogan & Katlynn Nye

Kai Lucinda Richie Cross

Ryver Angel Remple

L Lauren Avery Fitzgerald

~ JULY 25, 2015 ~

~ SEPTEMBER 22, 2015 ~

~ OCTOBER 7, 2015 ~

Daughter of

Daughter of

Daughter of

Zach & Leeann Cross

Ryan Remple & Robyn Renshaw

Kent & Rhonda Fitzgerald


16 RIMBEY REVIEW

TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 2016

D E D N E X T LEFEBRUARY 1 ST

UNTI

EVENT

ON MOST NEW MODELS

NO PAYMENTS ‘TIL SPRING AND CASH BACKS UP TO $12,000!

C1208

MSRP $21,164 $ 242 B/W 84MTHS

SALE

$

19,500

T0971

MSRP 64,089 $ 329 B/W 84MTHS $

SALE

$

2015 FOCUS SE SEDAN

2015 F150 SUPERCAB 4X4 T1204

MSRP $49,729 $ 259 B/W 84MTHS

36,429

SALE

$

2015 F350 CREW XLT DIESEL

46,998

T1271

MSRP 70,199 $ 381 B/W 84MTHS $

T1268

SALE

MSRP $50,799 $ 265 B/W 84MTHS

$

2015 F150 LARIAT LIFT TRUCK

54,900

SALE

2015 F150 S/CAB

$

37,429

T1003

SALE

MSRP 72,899 $ 381 B/W 84MTHS $

$

2015 PLATINUM F150 CREW (DEMO)

54,900

ALL FACTORY REBATES TO DEALER. ALL VEHICLE PLUS GST AND FEES. $499 ADMIN & $20 TIRE TAX, $6.25 AMVIC FEE. EG. C1208 2015 FOCUS 4.9% OVER 84 MONTHS. BW PYMT $135. TOTAL PAYMENTS EQUAL $24961.30, TOTAL INTEREST EQUAL $3893.28

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2010 NISSAN SENTRA

2012 FOCUS SE

C1241A

89

$

B/W 60MTHS

SALE

$

10,900

C0752A

99

$

B/W 84MTHS

SALE

$

12,900

2010 TOYOTA VENZA L0480

149

$

B/W 60MTHS

SALE

$

17,900

2014 MITSUBISHI LANCER

T1122A

125

$

B/W 84MTHS

SALE

$

L0523

$

85

B/W 84MTHS

SALE

$

2013 VW JETTA TDI

19,900

13,900 2011 JEEP CHEROKEE P0527

$

207

B/W 72MTHS

SALE

$

27,900

*ALL PR ICES PLU S $499 AD M IN FEE & GST. E G 2012 F ORD F OCUS SE 84 MON THS F IN AN CIN G 4. 99% APR TOTAL PY MTS $ 1 8 5 5 0 .4 0 . TOTAL INTEREST $ 2 8 6 6 .3 8

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Rimbey Review, January 26, 2016  
Rimbey Review, January 26, 2016  

January 26, 2016 edition of the Rimbey Review