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Bentley Library Society Dinner Theatre- Event to take place Oct 20, tickets now on In. at Drop sale. Calla.m. Arlene 748-4429 10:00 Bentley Carpet Bowling- Wednesday mornings. Bentley Hall. 9:30 am. New Players • Bluffton & District Chamber of Commerce, 3rd Wednesday. Bluffton Hall 7:00 p.m. invited. Call Harry or Georgina 748-3404 for more info. month, of each ursdayOct 1st ThLibrary meeting Cdn. Legion “•Food For Fines at the Bentley Municipal 22-27. Donate7:30 dry p.m. Rimbey RoyalWeek” Rimbey foods in lieu of library fines. Will be given to Bentley Blessing Pantry. Legion, 5019 50th St. West Pine Lodge In Winfield- Chicken Supper Oct 19 @ 5:00pm. For more info call Counseling, call 1-403-347-8844 & say you would like to be seen in Rimbey. • Family Wendy @ 780-682-3960 Winfield Playground Fundraiser- Supper & Silent Auction, Oct 19 @ 4:30,Winfield IES: ACTIVIT Rec Centre. Skating,Crafts, Clown and more. Call 682-3788 for more info Dances at Rimbey Drop In Centre, every Tuesday nights at 7:00 p.m. Jammers’ • Regular Family Halloween Dance and Silent Auction on Oct 27 from 5-9 pm at the Bentley Every Plate Full. 4. Supporting 2 – 748-4407 MayTina Community Hall. Hosted by Bentley NurseryAgencies school. Call for info. at EckRim Bank Drive, • Rimbey Food Rimbey Community ChorusStarts practice for Christmas, Wednesday Oct 10 -2030 -843 403 More info contact Rimbey FCSS 8:45pm at United Church. New singers welcome. Annette 843-3115 n & Referral Services, Rimbey Drop In Centre, Informatio • Communi Rimbey UnitedtyChurch is planning a Memorial Hymn sing Nov 4 at 2:00pm. to noon. a.m. 843from Apr. 26, or room. Forcomputer info call Alice 843-6732 the 10 church 2458.
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Municipal mill rate for Rimbey taxpayers increases by one per cent BY TREENA MIELKE Rimbey homeowners are looking at a one per cent increase in the mill rate for municipal taxes this year. At its meeting, Monday, council approved the one per cent increase, despite a recommendation by administration to go with a two per cent increase. Mayor Rick Pankiw said he would go as high as one per cent. “We all know the times we’re going through are tough right now,” said Pankiw. “I don’t think we should go any higher than one per cent.” Councillors all followed Pankiw’s lead and opted to stay with a one per cent increase. “I’m up for one percent.” said Coun. Mathew Jaycox. “One per cent would increase our reserves,” said Coun. Jack Webb.
“One per cent seems like a reasonable compromise,” added Coun. Paul Payson. With a one per cent increase a residential property with an assessed value of $200,000 will see the municipal portion of their tax bill go up by about $11. A non-residential property with an assessed value of $500,000 will see an increase of about $57 in the municipal portion of their taxes. The municipality’s requisition for school taxes came in at $859,474 for 2016. Last year the school taxes came in slightly lower ($824,080). The Rimoka requisition is $32,713 this year compared to $32,586 last year. The provincial government’s budgetary decision to chop the MSI grant funding decreased the town of Rimbey’s coffers by $33,029. Originally the town had projected a carryover to 2017 of MSI funding of $46,161, however the cut means the
projected carry over is now $13,132. To fund current year capital projects the town is using most of its grant funding as well as $347,000 of reserves, however they are putting a total of $168,000 back into streetlight, water and Zamboni reserves. A mill rate increase of 7.61 per cent would be required to replenish the reserves to the 2015 level. Last year the municipal mill rate increased by two per cent.
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The thrill of hole in one is contagious
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Treena Mielke On The Other Side My golf season has started off surprising well! I experienced the thrill of a hole in one! Unfortunately, it was a second hand thrill. The shot was not made by me, but by my 80-something year-old brother in law, who also happens to be my good friend and true partner in crime. It was on the fifth hole that it happened, the miracle hole in one shot every golfer dreams about, but few ever accomplish. My brother-in-law, bless his unsuspecting heart,
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with myself, being that I belong to a generation that continues to be amazed at such technology. The light kind of floating on air feeling that you can’t put on a score card, but very much exists after a hole in one shot trailed along with us as we finished the game. “I thought I’d overshot,” he said about a zillion times. And, about a zillion times I replied, “but you didn’t. It was an awesome shot.” And then we both smiled and carried on to the next hole and it was good. It is true. Happiness is contagious! Finally, we finished the game and headed back to the clubhouse.
“Can I buy you a beverage?” I asked. He said he guessed so, and went to put his clubs away. Meanwhile, I sashayed up to the clubhouse like I owned the joint. “My partner,” I said, proudly, almost like it was me, “just shot a hole in one.” My words seemed to get the girl behind the counter all excited, too. “He gets a jacket and some other stuff and his name on a plaque and ‘wow’ that is really great,” she said. She, too, seemed as pleased as punch. And so there was more picture taking and, finally, we had our drink and phoned a few people and
relived the moment once again and then we went our separate ways and ate our supper and watched a little TV and that was that. It’s over now. The hole in one excitement has dwindled down to another one of those ‘remember when’ moments when the world as you know suddenly stops and something good, unexpected and really cool happens. And, when such a moment happens, it is good. And when it happens to someone who belongs to your sometimes weird, and slightly wacky, but mostly wonderful family tree, it is even better than good. It’s awesome!
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was wandering around eyeballing the trees beyond the green, all the while muttering to himself about lost balls and how he must have overshot. “Did you look in the hole?” I questioned, daring to voice the remote possibility that the lost ball was actually nestled in the cup, all safe, secure and not really lost at all! “No,” he said, derisively. “I must have overshot it. I will just drop another one.” Against all odds, I decided to take a look, anyway. And there it was! “It’s in the hole,” I screamed, jumping up and down like a crazy person. “Is it a Titlist?” he said, calmly. “It is!” I yelled. “It’s a Titlist. He finally allowed himself to smile. It was a slow smile that stretched from ear to ear and rivaled the sun. A hole in one kinda smile! I took his picture there on the green then with my phone. I was quite pleased
Before I was finished high school and before I lived in Rimbey, I was a resident in Grande Prairie. Kenny, a friend and I used to take road trips to Red Deer to party with a bunch of other friends. We would try to get into as much trouble as we could without getting caught. At the end of the weekend, Kenny and I would make the five to six hour drive back to G.P. hung over and guilty looking. When you are traveling hungover, there is a lot of stops for caffeinated beverages, beef jerky, and bad sandwiches. On this particular trip, Kenny
and I stopped frequently: we would consume anything we could find in a gas station to combat our collective hangover. All the shared snacking and racing to the bottoms of our energy drinks resulted in many washroom breaks along the way home. At one stop, we walked into a place side by side. Both of us had to urinate. We began to use our shoulders in an attempt to force the other out of the path to the door of male washroom. After a few paces, Kenny (who is much bigger than I am) shoved me and I almost stumbled directly through the adjacent female washroom door. He victoriously entered the male washroom and locked the door behind him. The little bit of commotion almost caused my swollen
bladder to rupture. I slipped into the female washroom to relieve myself. The washroom wasn’t big. It had a toilet, sink with a mirror, soap and paper towel dispenser. I was so preoccupied with my personal business that I never thought to lock the door. When I was done, I washed my hands, looked at myself in the mirror, and left. Kenny had finished before me and thought I disappeared with the car when he didn’t see me waiting to get into the male washroom after him. I surprised him coming out of the female washroom in the little road side store. “You went into the girls’?” “Yep,” I answered. When we were back on the road I told my friend the girls’ washroom had all the
same stuff the guys’ did: toilet, sink, mirror, soap, and towels. “Weren’t you afraid what someone would think if they saw you coming out of there?” “No,” I answered. “Everyone has got to use the bathroom from time to time. What does it matter to me what the sign on the door says?” All it would take is for someone to swap the signs on the doors and no one would know the difference: both washrooms in the little road side store had the same equipment in them. “Yea, but aren’t you worried that someone will think you’ve got lady parts if you use that washroom?” “No. Because I don’t have female genitalia, and I don’t need to use a washroom with a little man on
the door to announce to any passive observer that I have male genitalia.” I learned years later after that road trip that gender is different from sex. Gender is something we all perform, and sex is what our biology is. Biology likes to confuse society’s assumptions regarding gender when someone is born with both sexual organs. Acting like a man or acting like a woman is the same as dressing up on Halloween. We’ve just become so indoctrinated through media, social custom, and underwear ads that we don’t think of our gender as something we perform. We think of gender as something that is natural. However, it’s like riding a bike: we don’t even have to think about it to perform it.
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Council paves way for infrastructure repair BY TREENA MIELKE Town council has cemented a deal that will see sidewalks in the downtown core repaired this summer. At its meeting, Monday, council agreed to spend the $685,700 in the budget for three street overlays, three sidewalk replacements and one new sidewalk. This project has been awarded to Border Paving Ltd. The contract price for the project is $614,300 leaving a budget surplus of $71,400. Council agreed to go with the option of using the remaining money to repair the sidewalks, curbs and gutters in the downtown commercial area. This would include grinding raised concrete to minimize trip hazards that have been identified. The possibility of carrying over the funds to the 2017 capital budget was also considered. Administration pointed out the town will need to contribute $632,000 for a new water well project if a grant is received. Carrying the surplus over would mean the town would need $493,800 for the project. Council would need to fund the entire project if the grant is not received. However, council agreed to spend the extra money on street and sidewalk repair. “I think we should spend it (on the repairs),” said Mayor Rick Pankiw. Reuben Giebelhaus, who was in the gallery, questioned council about which sidewalks they planned to repair. “I’m assuming you mean the downtown area,” he said. “Those sidewalks were torn up and redone 15 or 20 years ago. If you tear them up again and redo them, you’d better be sure they are done right.” Helen Coers concurred. “I avoid going downtown because of those sidewalks,” she said. Pankiw said many complaints regarding the sidewalks have been received.
Rimbey Early Child Development Coalition events happening in May BY TREENA MIELKE Rimbey Early Child Development Coalition will continue with this year’s speaker series this month. On May 6, Dr. Robbin Gibb from the department of neuroscience at the University of Lethbridge will speak about the difference between boys and girls, brains and the early years. Dr. Gibb is an associate professor in the Department of Neuroscience at the university. Her research focuses on parental influences on brain development and recovery from early brain injury. She is currently the president of the Lethbridge Chapter of Society for Neuroscience. Aside from teaching com-
mitments and research Dr. Gibb gives talks to public interest groups on the role of early experience in shaping brain development. She is a member of the Early Childhood Education Advisory Committee for Lethbridge College and the Alberta Early Learning and Child Care Curriculum Advisory Committee. On May 25 an early years round table dinner with The Early Child Development Coalition will be held at 6 p.m. Discussion will focus on what is happening and what is needed for 0-6 year old and their families. Both the round table dinner and the talk from Dr. Gibb will be held at Rimbey Provincial Building. For more information or to register for the dinner, pleased call 403-843-4304.
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RIMBEY REVIEW 7 Earl Repas stands at the back of the lots which border on his property. Repas is opposed to the rezoning of the lots. Treena Mielke Photos
Sod turning for new lodge coming in June BY TREENA MIELKE A ribbon cutting and sod turning ceremony will be held June 6 to officially mark the building of a new senior’s lodge now under construction in Rimbey. Rimoka Housing Authority board chairman Paul McLauchlin said the event is to be held at 11 a.m. on the site and will be followed by a reception at Rimbey Drop In Centre. McLauchlin said Rimoka’s past and present boards have been invited, as have provincial representatives. Presently, dirt work is ongoing at the site. Completion is slated for 2017.
Council gives lots across street from new lodge second reading for rezoning BY TREENA MIELKE The process of rezoning three lots owned by Stan Cummings continues to hit a few snags and will be further held up until town administration does some digging into past records. On March 30 council gave first reading to a bylaw to change the zoning of the lots from R3 to R1. Under the R1 zoning, new detached residences, ready to move modular homes, rental suites, granny suites, home offices, public parks and recreation areas are allowed.
R3 allows for duplexes, triplexes, fourplexes, row housing, multiple unit housing, granny suits, home offices and public parks and recreation uses. The land surrounding the lots up for rezoning is country residential and institutional and public uses lands which will house the future Rimoka seniors’ lodge. Cummings said he never intended for these lands to be zoned R3 and his application in 2014 did not specify the re-designation. However, town development officer Liz Armitage said a new bylaw is needed
to designate the lots back to R1 regardless of the fact there may have been an error. On March 9 of this year Cummings applied for the re-designation. His fees were, however, waived due to the potential error. In accordance with a new bylaw being passed, first reading was given and a public hearing was held on April 25 in council chambers. The public hearing was well attended, with people speaking for and against the issue. Chairman of the Rimoka
Housing Authority Board Paul McLauchlin spoke in favor of the rezoning. “It (the rezoning) doesn’t affect our development (the new lodge),” he said. However, Earl Repas, adjacent landowner spoke against the rezoning. “R1 is an incompatible land use to the existing land use of my acreage and also the other adjacent land owner, Mr. Grutterink, whom operates a cattle feed lot. I own and operate a legitimate business (Rimbey Towing) on my acreage
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where I store wrecked vehicles as a component of the business since Sept. 15/2009.” Repas noted he was contacted by Rimbey’s peace officer in regards to a complaint made by Cummings about the wrecked vehicles in his yard. “This leads me to believe that future residents of these new lots will also complain about my storage operation, effectively shutting down my business and causing me financial hardship.” In a letter to council, Repas quoted a section of the municipal government act which says a new development cannot materially interfere with, or affect the use, enjoyment or value of neighbouring parcels of land. Repas also pointed out potential lot owners would be faced with a feedlot next door, which he is convinced would cause problems. “They are there 12 months of the year. When they look out their living room window they would have a cow 10 feet away.” However, Karen Conover said interest has already been expressed in the lots and the buyers simply wanted to know how they
Mayor Rick Pankiw and Coun. Jack Webb look over three lots council is considering rezoning to make way for single family dwellings. Treena Mielke Photos could build a fence. And Cummings said the animals are only there twice a year for a week or so. “It doesn’t bother me and it shouldn’t bother others,” he said. Cummings said the rezoning was made because of human error.
“It was originally designated as R1 property and changed to R3 without my consent,” said Cummings. However, Repas said he doesn’t believe the lots were ever designated as R1. He said the lots were previously classified as urban expansion.
After the meeting, Repas said he would like to see the property turned into municipal reserve and trees planted. He believes that would be a win/win situation for everyone involved. The issue will be discussed at the next council meeting.
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Reader upset about behavior of skateboard users
Dear Editor, I live across the street from the new skateboard park and get to watch all kinds of things. Some of the things I see such as children swinging, sliding and having a great lunch with mom and dad and their friends are good. But, what I saw around 1 in the afternoon recently wasn’t good and I’m grateful no little ones were around. I was talking to a friend and letting my little dog into
the house when I was shocked to see a young man turn his back to the road and relieve himself in a corner by the former Scout building. They are also using this area to defecate. Why are there no portable toilets by the skateboard park? Where are these boys’ manners? Please go home or use the public washrooms that are available close by. Tina Matwie
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Your unwanted computers, TV’s and old paint aren’t doing any good hanging around, but they will if you recycle them. Bring your old computers, TV,s and paint to: Rimbey Recycle Facility 6200—40 Street 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Saturday, May 14, 2016 Visit www.albertarecycling.ca or call 1.888.999.8762 for more informaƟon on electronics and paint recycling in your area.
Trade show: Denise Garnick and Kelcie Garnick were among the participants at Mandy’s Fashion show held at Rimbey Chamber of Commerce’s trade show held last weekend at the Rimbey arena. Morriah Rudnik Photo
A HUGE Thank you to all of you for stopping by our booth at the Rimbey Trade Show! We were shown Home Town Hospitality and want to return the favor! Central Alberta Tile One, Rave Designs and Central Alberta Lighting are offering all Rimbey and area residents 10% off all regular priced items for the month of May 2016. #9, 7619 50 Ave. Red Deer, AB. Our three stores are conveniently located next to each other for one stop shopping! SO COME ON IN, WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU!
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The power of voices can be heard SUBMITTED May 29 to June 4 is Victims and Survivors of Crime Week Victims and survivors of crime are using the power of their voices to move beyond their victimization and create positive change. Victims and Survivors of Crime Week is about raising awareness about issues facing victims and survivors of crime and the services, programs and laws in place to help them and their families. Throughout Canada, countless dedicated people work with victims and survivors of crime every day. Service providers
and criminal justice professionals give information and meaningful support to victims and survivors and their families as they navigate the criminal justice system. Services for victims and survivors of crime are available right here in Rimbey and district. Call 403-843-8494 or visit www.rimbeyvictimservices.com. Rimbey & District Victim Services is planning a special evening presentation for Victims and Survivors of Crime Week, and will announce the details soon. For more information on Victims and Survivors of Crime Week, visit www.victimsweek.gc.ca.
Mental health first aid course to be offered in Rimbey BY TREENA MIELKE By Treena Mielke First aid courses are not always to learn about taking care of physical ailments. Sometimes, first aid courses help individuals
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to deal with wounds and hurts that are on the inside where they are invisible, but no less painful. A mental health first aid program, sponsored by Rimbey & Area Community Wellness Association, Rimbey & District Victim Services and Ponoka Rimbey Adult Learning is coming to Rimbey on May 10 and 11. The program will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Rimbey Provincial Building. The program will not teach participants how to be therapists, but will teach them how to recognize the signs and symptoms of mental health problems and provide initial help. Leanne Evans, program co-ordinator for Rimbey & Area Community Wellness Association said the course has been offered three times in the last four years with different groups hosting it and partnering to bring it in. “We usually have 12 or more people attend but
can take a few more. The last time it was offered, the course was full,” she said. One in three people will be affected by mental illness at some point in their lives. “So if you only know one other person, it might not affect you, but if you have two or more people in your life, chances are it will be useful at some point. That is why we offer it and everyone can benefit from it”, she added. The course provides awareness and knowledge in order to feel more comfortable having conversations about mental health that are invaluable in breaking down the stigma even if you never need it on a personal level. “Our society has a long way to go when it comes to acceptance – if someone is diagnosed with cancer(for example) the immediate reaction is sympathy and compassion, often with a mental health issue, the reaction is fear and a lack of understanding and we hope to help change that.”
Gull Lake Golf Course Adult League Start Dates & Tee Times Ladies League Tuesday, May 3 9:30am Mens League Tuesday, May 3 28 6:00pm Seniors (Age 55plus) League Wednesday, May 4 9:00am Mixed Thursday Night League Thursday, May 5 7:00pm Mixed Saturday Night League Saturday, May 21 7:00pm
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Alberta country music show offers star studded performance BY TREENA MIELKE An impressive line up of musical talent is waiting and ready on deck for Alberta’s Men and Women of Country Music. This year’s exciting show will take place at the Hoadley Hall May 7 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. While the focus has always been on Alberta talent, this year’s performance will also include the talent of special guests from Paddockwood, Saskatchewan and Toston, Montana. Larry Krause, the guest from Saskatchewan is a western roots singer/songwriter who has many performances and concerts in western Canada community halls under his belt including performing at The Calgary Stampede. Krause is host and producer of The Timberline Music Show, an award winning television series shown on the Shaw network. The Divine Bovines from Montana will, no doubt, add a spark of unique fun and laughter to this year’s show. The two ladies will appear on stage complete with cow ears, tails and fluttering eyelashes and promise to entertain and delight the audience with musical comedy as they sing songs from the cow’s point of view. This year, Hugh Kelly from Lacombe has been recognized as the male lifetime achievement award recipient and Sandy Hirth from Calgary, who now resides in Penticton, is the female lifetime achievement award recipient. Hirth’s husband Norbert, who plays the accordion, will also be part of the entertainment in this year’s lineup. Brianna Lizottee, a 15-year-old fiddle player, who excels at old time fiddle music and also plays clarinet with the Red Deer Royals, is the rising star award recipient. Colleen Lazoruk, who has spent much of her life in health care and therapy music programs, will entertain in a surprising and delightful way, with her saxophone.
Wet pond cost questioned BY TREENA MIELKE A question regarding the cost of a wet pond, which will be constructed near the new senior’s lodge, was brought up at last Monday’s council meeting. Florence Stemo, who was in the gallery, asked Paul McLauchlin, board chairman of Rimoka housing about a statement he had made regarding the fact the cost of the pond was more than the cost of the property. McLauchlin concurred that the pond will, indeed, cost more than the purchase of the land. The cost of the pond is covered by Ponoka County. The water feature, which will have extremely gradual slopes, will not
Mariya Stokes, from Calgary, is also a delight to hear and has won many awards including being the winner of the 2011 Ponoka Stampede talent search. She was also a finalist in the 2013 Calgary Stampede Talent search. The evening includes supper and a compli-
mentary dance which will be held from 8:30 to 10 p.m. and will conclude the great celebration of musical talent. Dance music will be supplied by one of the Divine Bovines who will be accompanied by a steel guitar player.
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be full of stagnant water, but will be aerated by a fountain. The aerated water will discourage mosquitoes and geese. The pond is to be stocked with fish in summer and made into a skating rink in the winter. The town has agreed to provide maintenance for the wet pond.
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Several players from Rimbey Spartans football team have been selected for the six man all star football team.
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Several Rimbey Spartan football players have been selected for an all star football team. Joel Bender, Cory Cech, Travis Hunt, Spencer Pearman, Bryce Sargeant, Naithan Schultz and Brett Scott were selected after tryouts held in Edmonton April 1 to 3. Tryouts were held with other six man football players from schools such as Hinton, Jasper, Buck Mountain and Breton. The boys have been selected as the final players making up the roster of the â€˜northâ€™ team for the second annual football Alberta six-man all star game scheduled for Mon., May 23. The game will be held at the Foote Field in Edmonton and starts at noon. These young men are part of the top one per cent of six man football players at the high school level in Alberta. Head coach for the team is Bill Bramfield, Rimbey Spartans, offensive coordinator, Corey Colwell, assistant offensive coach, Michael Bachinsky from The Holy Redeemer Rebels, assistant defense coach Chris Johnstone from Hinton Wolfpack and special teams coach, Chuck MacKinnon.
Milestones Share with your community Mike, Keri and big sister Brielle Steiner would like to welcome their newest addition to the family.
Brett Kevin Michael March 31, 2016
5 generations of the Kellgrens FROM ALDER FLATS Left to right isÂ Grandma Nicole, Great Grandpa Dwight, Great,Â Great Grandma Ivy, Baby Zaya and Mother Ashley.
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Rimbey Food Bank is appealing to community members for support During EveryPlateFull Campaign SUBMITTED Rimbey Food Bank is raising food and funds to ensure shelves are stocked for the summer In its second year, the EveryPlateFull campaign, is once again urging Canadians to address the 26,548,725 summer meal gap that is facing Canadians struggling with hunger and Rimbey food bank is joining in to raise support in Rimbey. During the month of May, over 120 food bank organizations are raising much needed food and funds to ensure shelves are full during the summer months. Food donations are at their lowest from June to August, and Rimbey food bank shelves often go close to empty at a time when the need doesn’t diminish. The EveryPlateFull campaign
aims to raise awareness of the continued need for support while asking residents of Rimbey to help raise the essential food and funds to get the organization through this challenging period. ”The summer is a particularly difficult time for families living with food insecurity as school based meal programs take a break for the holidays often leaving families with fewer supports,” says Katherine Winters of Rimbey Food Bank. “We want to ensure that our food bank can meet the needs of our community and being prepared for the summer will allow us to do that.” To show support for Canada’s hungry and raise awareness of this campaign, Rimbey Food Bank is asking community members for support in a number of
ways: • Spread the word on social media using EveryPlateFull • Start a campaign page at www.everyplatefull.ca to encourage donations from friends, family and peers • Make a monetary donation through www.everyplatefull.ca to Rimbey Food Bank. With every dollar donated during EveryPlateFull, organizations are able to provide three meals to people in need. Summer is a time to enjoy the good weather and holidays but sadly hunger will not be on the radar of most Canadians. “Over 200 men, women and children in our community will have a really difficult time accessing enough food during the summer months,” says Winters. “Our community can ensure no one’s
Dr. Christina Seidel of the Recycling Council of Alberta spoke at the Earth Day info fair at the Beatty House held recently. Morriah Rudnik Photo plate has to be empty.” The Rimbey Food Bank supplies food for more than 30 families of which 33 per cent are children. Help us continue to provide this essential service to the community throughout the summer. Our Goal: To raise 3000 meals/snacks (Approx.: $1000) Food Banks Canada Metric formula shows that every $1 do-
nated to the food bank network across Canada can turn into 3 meals for Canadians in need. One dollar donated equals three pounds which equals three meals which equals $7.50 worth of food Spread the word. Share the story. Have an Impact. We are asking for your support by hosting a fund or food raiser
for us this May. About Every Plate Full Every Plate Full (everyplatefull.ca) held its inaugural year in 2015 with the goals of raising much needed food and funds to cover the summer months when shelves often go bare at a time when 913,000 are struggling to put food on the table.
RIMBEY MINOR HOCKEY
REGISTRATION is now open for the 2016/2017 season.
Registration deadline for the 2016/2017 hockey season is midnight on July 31st, 2016. Late registrations subject to $150 late fee. Register at
www.rimbeyminorhockey.com - Initiation . . . . $100
- Tiny Mites . . . $200
- Novice . . . . . . $425
- Atom . . . . . . . $475
- Pee Wee . . . . $545
- Bantam . . . . . $605
- Midget . . . . . $625 If you have any questions, please contact the registrar at Visiting: Ponoka County councillor and FCSS board member Nancy Teeuwsen-Hartford chats with Janet New and a volunteer at the Adult Day program open house held recently. Treena Mielke Photo
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Cable TV needs massive facelift It seems cable TV rates are continually going up. Many cable TV subscribers were told a few weeks back rates for subscriptions were getting hiked. That may explain recent media coverage that more and more Canadian TV watchers are “cutting the cable” and using other methods for televised entertainment. I’m not a TV watcher; I like watching homemade videos on Youtube and enjoy scientific or historical documentaries, but I’m a movie buff. Nowadays, those of us who love movies can have a living room home theatre to rival anything at the cinema. Cable TV has, for most of my adult life, rubbed me the wrong way. When I was in college my roommate and I had cable in Calgary, and I was also a cable subscriber shortly after leaving college. One major problem impelled me to cut cable off permanently.
So why does it happen Look at it this way: in the world of cable when you go into the TV? grocery store, browsCable TV services traing around with your ditionally offer tiers shopping list and pickor groups of channels ing up your bread, milk and, for the most part, and eggs…does a store the better the channels employee follow you (Animal Planet, HBO) around the supermarthe more expensive ket putting unwanted the tiers. However, the groceries like frozen pie tiers don’t allow you to crusts, generic sandchoose what you want. papery toilet paper or Stu Salkeld Some providers “allow spinach in your shopPipestone Flyer choice” by charging ping cart? And when extra fees for standyou get to the checkout, does the clerk say to you, “Okay Mr. alone channels you want. The last Salkeld, you owe us cash for the time I subscribed to cable, good foritems you placed in your cart, and tune granted me a few channels you also have to pay us for the fro- I liked, but bad fortune ensured I zen pie crusts and the rest of that was stuck with the shopping network, Oprah TV, three sports netgarbage.” No. That generally doesn’t happen works that only reported on what the Toronto Maple Leafs were doing at the supermarket. (losing games, mostly), the Sun news network, a golf channel, a francophone channel (regardless of how much I try I can’t speak French) and other junk that I didn’t want and
wasn’t interested in. But I had to pay for it, and pay substantially. It’s not unusual for cable bundles to be $70 a month or more. Some bundles can be up to $140 a month, which is absolutely ridiculous. The CRTC is introducing new changes this year to Canadian cable TV, including a mandatory “skinny” package for $25 a month plus a number of new rules that revolve around clarity of billing and protection of consumers from overbilling. But again, that’s not preventing more and more people from fleeing cable TV. The fact that online streaming services like Netflix allow people to pay a reasonable monthly fee, around $10 a month, should come as no surprise. The time was ripe for a better, cheaper service, and new high-speed Internet made such services feasible. So to all you cable companies with your generic sandpapery toilet paper, spinach and Toronto Maple Leafs: I’m changing the channel on you. Stu Salkeld is the editor of the Leduc/ Wetaskiwin Pipestone Flyer and writes a regular column for the paper.
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RAYMOND It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Barry Douglas Raymond of Bentley, Alberta. Barry passed away on Friday, April 22, 2016 at 8:15 p.m. at the Rimbey Hospital and Care Centre at the age of 70 years, after a long and courageous battle with cancer. Barry was born on June 1, 1945 in Lacombe, Alberta to parents, Thelma (nee Cole) and Clinton ‘Pat’ Raymond. He lived on the family farm in the Forshee area throughout his childhood. Barry later met the love of his life, Wendy Scott, and they were united in marriage in 1970. Barry worked a variety of jobs until he started his career with Northwestern Utilities (Atco Gas) in 1974 in Edson, Alberta. In 1975, he was transferred to Red Deer where he retired from the company in 2005 after 32 years of service. Barry had many passions in his life; such as his Edmonton Eskimos and Oilers, but none were as strong as his love of farming. In 1980, he moved his family back to the family homestead. Although Barry continued to work in Red Deer, he would always find the time to work after hours to help the neighbours with harvest, and always kept a close eye on their crops every year. Barry is survived by his loving wife of 46 years, Wendy; his son, Scott of Eckville; and his daughter, Teryl (Jason) McDonagh of Red Deer; as well as three cherished grandchildren: Tyson, Jared, and Jenna. He is also survived by his brother, Lorne (Vicki) Raymond of Red Deer; in addition to other relatives and many treasured friends. Barry was predeceased by his parents, Thelma and Pat. With respect for Barry’s wishes, no formal Funeral Service will be held. Cremation took place at the Central Alberta Crematorium, Red Deer, Alberta. If friends desire, memorial tributes in Barry’s Memory may be made directly to the Rimbey Hospital and Care Centre Administration, Box 440, Rimbey, Alberta T0C 2J0. Condolences to the Raymond Family may also be expressed by e-mail to: email@example.com Cremation Arrangements for the Late Barry Douglas Raymond entrusted to the care of OBERHAMMER FUNERAL CHAPELS LTD.
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Leedale Community Centre Annual General Meeting Wednesday, May 4 at 7 pm
Strawberry Tea & Bake Sale
Wednesday, May 11, 2016 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. At New Location: the Rimbey Drop - In Centre Cake, Ice Cream & Strawberries - $5.oo Raffle Draw at 3:00 p.m. Door Prizes
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[ proudly presents ] Rimbey High School
“And a Child Shall Lead” by Michael Slade A true story about the children of the Terezin concentration camp.
May 13 &14, 2016 at the Peter Lougheed Community Centre in Rimbey Dinner Tickets Available at Theatre the High School $40
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Will be honouring Victims and Survivors of Crime through out the summer at various community awareness events in our detachment area. Come and visit our table during our first event in ALIX, Spring Market at the Community Hall, on May 7, 2016, from 10 am - 3 pm The 2nd event will be in DONALDA at the Red Lamp Market, on May 15, 2016, 10 am - 4 pm.
27TH ANNUAL RED DEER Mother’s Day Antique Show & Sale. May 7 & 8, Sat. 10 - 5:30 & Sun. 10 - 4, Westerner Exposition Grounds. Over 350 sales tables. Canadiana furniture and collectibles. Carswell’s 403-343-1614.
The 3rd event willl be in BASHAW, Farm Safety Day Camp at the Ag Grounds, June 10, 2016, 9:30 am - 2:30 pm. The Last event will be at the SCHULTZ HALL on Hwy 53, (about 32 kms. E. of Ponoka), Farmers Day BBQ and Family Fun on June 10, 2016 Doors open at 5 pm. We will be serving cake to celebrate our 20TH ANNIVERSARY at the events. Hope to see you all there.
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Thanks to AWNA, partners for 2016 RPAP Rural Community Award.
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METAL ROOFING & SIDING. 32+ colours available at over 55 Distributors. 40 year warranty. 48 hour Express Service available at select supporting Distributors. Call 1-888-263-8254.
Journeyman painter, serving the area: since 1984
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31 FULLY SERVICED LAKE LOTS - Murray Lake, Saskatchewan. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Unreserved Auction, June 27 in Saskatoon. Lots range from 0.28 +/- to 0.35 +/- acres. Brennan LeBlanc: 306-280-4878; rbauction.com/realestate. LAKE FRONT RESIDENCE - Pigeon Lake, Alberta. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Unreserved Auction, June 15 in Edmonton. 1313 +/- sq. ft., 1 1/2 storey home - 0.2 +/title acres. Jerry Hodge: 780-706-6652; Broker: All West Realty Ltd.; rbauction.com/realestate.
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TUESDAY, MAY 3, 2016
RIMBEY BUSINESS DIRECTORY Action Autobody Rimbey Windshields - Heavy Equipment Glass Residential & Commercial Mobile â€˘ Pickup & Delivery â€˘ In Shop Owner: Jamin Sargeant
â€œWeâ€™re in the Business of Making You Look Goodâ€? 3 kms North & 3 kms East of Rimbey on Hwy #53
Owner Carey Anderson
Rimbey Implements Ltd.
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