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2012

Vol. LXI, No. 28

44 Pages

June 4, 2013

Always better – always better read Inside Dining Guide Pages 12 and 13 Entertainment and Dining Pages 14 to 16 Special Occasions Page 21 Obituaries Pages 28 and 29 On-the-Road and Auto Classifieds Pages 25 and 32 to 34 Classifieds Pages 37 to 43

News Features

Bawlf School breaks ground for new facility. . . 4

Photo by Murray Green

Soccer Night Classic has 110 teams entered. 16 Knull ready to teach in Kamifurano. . . . . . . . . . 20 County increases taxes to balance budget. . . . . . 34

REAL ESTATE LISTINGS, See… Page 2 – Re/max Page 17 – Re/max accord Page 24 & 21 – Central Agencies for buying or selling real estate!

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The River Jacks consisting of (right to left): Augustana students electric guitarist Chad Szott, drummer Jeff Orom and acoustic guitarist Ryan Lindsay are preparing for the Battle of the Bands on June 14. The country band will be joined by Daysland bassist Tom Lichak and will be competing for prizes that include a Yamaha PA system and pocketrak recorders.

It’s time for the seventh annual Battle of the Bands on Main Street in front of Martha’s Music.

Five bands will be battling on Friday, June 14 beginning at 6:30 p.m. A panel of judges will provide 75 per cent of the score and a fan vote will count for the other 25 per cent of the bands’ scores. The other bands entered are the House of Flies, Tayrn Stauffer, Addictionary and Baboon. All five bands will be invited to a seminar on the music industry. Come out to the event and cheer on the musicians because your voice will count.

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The CAMROSE BOOSTER June 4, 2013 Dale Bowal Bud James Trudi Dunham Rick Nygaard Deanna Lunde

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YOU HAVE TO SEE THIS YARD TO BELIEVE IT!... super sized, pie shaped lot on a cul de sac. Garden area and gazebo. Efficient floor plan. 4-bdrm, 3-bath bungalow with new paint and bathroom upgrades, walk-in pantry and fireplace in the great room. Fully developed basement. Property must be viewed to be appreciated. For more details call Dale. Asking $429,000. (R1389)

WELL MAINTAINED... 3-bdrm, 3-bath home in quiet area of the village of Hay Lakes. Home is finished up and down with double attached garage and fenced yard with RV parking. Has had some recent upgrades and shows well. Asking $270,000. Call Rick for details. (RO985)

GREAT CHARACTER HOME... on 3 lots in the Village of Bawlf. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, large heated garage, all appliances. Priced at $189,900. Call Trudi for details. (RO981)

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AFFORDABLE STARTER OR RETIREMENT HOME... in Village of Edberg. Large yard, double garage, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Priced at $169,900. Call Trudi for details. (RO984)

CAMROSE...This freshly painted half duplex is ready to move into. The main floor has a spacious dining room/living room with partially shaded balcony. French doors lead into a large master bedroom. On the lower level there are 4 bedrooms, bathroom and laundry room with a closet/ storage room. 3 parking stalls at the rear of the property. For more details call Deanna. Asking $193,500. (R1422)

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VERY WELL MAINTAINED...1400 sq. ft. bungalow in quiet area in the Hamlet of New Norway. 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, and finished up and down. Features double attached garage, sundeck, large shop on skids at back and park behind property. Call Rick for details. Priced at $234,900. (RO995)

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KINGMAN... Newer modular, over 1500 sq. ft. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Deck, garage. Must be seen! Asking: $200,000 Call Dale Bowal for details. (RO954)

Offers end August 30, 2013 Great Starter in Mount Pleasant Area... 3 bedrooms, bright kitchen/eating area, additional bedroom, rec room, bath in basement, garage. Asking 209,500. Call Dale for details. (R1423)

A combination of BOTOX Cosmetic® and Juvéderm dermal filler creates a balanced, total effect that lets you make the most of your look. GREAT FEATURES... 45+ condo with great architectural features, 2 bedrooms, 3 baths, some new paint and flooring. Asking $171,900 Call Trudi for details. (R1426)

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GREAT STARTER OR RETIREMENT One owner, new appliances, close end shopping and playground. $258,000. Call Trudi for details.

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OLDER, CUTE AND COZY...900 sq. ft. bungalow, excellent location, close to Mirror Lake, downtown and paved walking trails. This would be a great starter home/revenue property. All this sitting on an exceptionally large 50 x 200 lot, c/w attached greenhouse and detached carport. Well worth a look. $193,000 Call Rick for details! (R1404)

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JUST LISTED... Great 3 bedroom, 1 bath with unobstructed view of the lake at Tillicum Beach. This property comes with all appliances. Relax at the lake in the summer or year round. Priced at $159,000. Call Trudi for details (RO963)

COZY 3 BEDROOM HOME... in quiet area of Daysland. Numerous upgrades include windows, insulation, siding, mid. efficient furnace, and appliances. The additions on this mobile home together with the attached garage and spacious heated workshop make this appealing to any hobbyist. Asking $132,500. Call Deanna for more details (R0996)

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6601-48 Avenue, Camrose BAWLF...PROPERTY ONLY...Presently operating as local coffee shop. Many possibilities. Business and equipment also available. Asking $44,500. Call Dale for details. (C287) GOOD INVESTMENT... 1/5th. ownership of large hanger at the City of Camrose Airport. There is lots of room in here to do maintenance etc. Owner wants it sold!! Call Rick for details. Asking Price,$43,000. (C267) EXCEPTIONAL LOCATION! GREAT OPPORTUNITY... Industrial property at Ervick Junction. 0.995 acre industrial property. Water to property but some limitations apply. Asking price $109,450. Call Rick for details. (C136) EXCEPTIONAL LOCATION! GREAT OPPORTUNITY... Industrial property at Ervick Junction. 4.47 acre industrial property. Water to property, some limitations apply. Asking price is $109,450. Call Rick for details. (C137) GREAT RETAIL BUILDING... and land on main street in the town of Daysland just thirty minutes east of Camrose. Could be good potential and has good exposure and traffic. Call Rick for details. Price: $57,900. (C285)

Located between Smith Clinic and Shoppers Drug Mart Duggan Mall, Camrose VERY NICELY KEPT ACREAGE... just 20 minutes east of Camrose in quiet area and only 1 mile off pavement. This 1791 sq. ft. home has been renovated throughout and features 4 bedrooms and 3 baths. Lots of buildings including double garage, shop, barn, machine shop, etc. plus new septic field system in 2010. Call Rick for viewing and more details. Priced at $339,000 (A430)

VERY PRIVATE ACREAGE... 995 sq. ft. 2-bdrm, 1-bath home on 18.3 acres. Large newer heated shop with steel beam construction. Located 20 min. southeast of Camrose. Call Rick for details. Priced at $285,000. (A423)

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LOTS EXCEPTIONAL ACREAGE - EXCEPTIONAL LOCATION... Deluxe location, 3 miles from Camrose. Beautifully treed 10.58 acres, only 1/2 mile off the pavement. 1120 sq. ft. bungalow with main floor laundry and oversized double detached garage. Price: $399,000. Call Trudi Dunham for a viewing. (A421)

VACANT RESIDENTIAL LOT... Oversized frontage and depth in mature area of Village. Services to property line.... Many possibilities. Call Dale for details. Asking $33,500 (L205)

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Ground broken for new Bawlf School By Dan Jensen

Minister of Education Jeff Johnson, students and representatives from the Battle River School Division (BRSD) broke ground for the new Bawlf School May 30. Minister Johnson said while it is important to celebrate school groundbreakings, it is not just about infrastructure. "Our actions today by turning this sod is a symbolic action, and it is not just about the promise that a new building holds. It is about the promise that our children hold, and the potential in the province and the fact that we believe in our province and are going to keep investing in it, and we are going to keep investing in our children. "You have incredible teachers, you have great communities, and we are going to be able to provide incredible programming here. It is not the walls, it is not the roof, it is what is inside that is important." Minister Johnson said Alberta Premier Redford is committed to building rural communities. "One of the things that has happened so much in recent years is, because of the growth in the larger centres, many of the new buildings and new schools have gone into areas like the Fort McMurrays and the Grande Prairies and the Calgarys that are exploding, but we can't forget about rural Alberta. "We are going to keep investing in rural Alberta and keep building Alberta." Johnson said the provincial government is currently in the process of announcing another 50 new schools and 70 modernizations. "That is direction from the premier that we are going to continue building this province and providing infrastructure, because so many more kids are moving to the province and being born in the province." The provincial government announced in 2011 it was providing funding for the replacement of the Bawlf School after BRSD asked for assistance in upgrading the current build-

Assisting students with the groundbreaking for the new Bawlf School May 30 were Shiraz Jiwani, president of Aman Building Corporation, Battle River School Division trustee Kendall Severson, Alberta Education Minister Jeff Johnson, Bawlf School principal Diana White, and BRSD Superintendent of Schools Dr. Larry Payne.

ing's mechanical and electrical systems. The new school will be designed for K to 12 programming with a capacity, when it opens in September, 2014, of 400 students. The core of the school is to be a permanent structure with just over 3,500 square metres of space that will house a gym, library, office, washrooms, storage, as well as a number of classrooms. The gym will be 595 square metres, almost 200 square metres larger than the current one. A mechanical curtain down the centre will provide the flexibility of dividing the space for multipurpose use. Bawlf students had the opportunity to meet with Darren Radbourne, from ONPA Architects, to provide input on the topic of Design for new schools. The Grades 4, 5, 6 forum focused on 21st century libraries and how space might be created to encourage reading and learning in the age of technology. Volunteers from junior and senior high school

broadened this conversation in their session by considering additional elements such as student common areas, outdoor learning spaces, career and technology studies (CTS) labs, furniture design and the gym. After brainstorming ideas and providing recommendations, each student was then given an opportunity to become an architect for an hour and do some hands on design work. BRSD trustee Kendall Severson said it has been tremendous to be part of the school planning process and hear the ideas and suggestions the students themselves had to contribute towards the design. "As a board member, as a community member and as a dad I am very pleased that Bawlf will be home to an accessible state of the art school that is designed with student needs in mind." Severson acknowledged Alberta Education and Battle River-Wainwright MLA Doug Griffiths for their role in making the new school a reality.

Bawlf School Grade 10 student Seanna Uglem, who will be a member of the new school's first graduating class, said the new school will be offering many things that many students have not before had the chance to experience. "There are many things that students are looking forward to. At the top of the list is the new gym. It is projected to be almost double the size of our current gym. This gives us the ability to host our own tournaments, like provincials, with multiple courts in volleyball or badminton and tons of extra seating area. Next, students are excited for the commons area. This will provide students with an place to hang out at lunch or breaks like the bigger schools. Many students are also looking forward to bigger lockers into which you can actually fit a backpack." Uglem said the food lab will give students more options for courses, other than just food and art.

Uglem said something to which everyone is looking forward in the new school is warmth in the winter and coolness in the spring and summer months. "Many of us are used to the severe change in the temperature of our school throughout these times. It can actually be colder inside the school than outside, even in the minus thirty degree winters." Uglem said the school will bring students closer to the 21st century learning experience for which the school division has been striving. "I am very excited for the modern look this school will bring to the community. It will make this school a more appealing choice when families are choosing a school. All in all, students of Bawlf School cannot wait for the fall of 2014 when we can finally walk in the doors." The construction contract for Bawlf School has been awarded to Aman Builders.

Minister Johnson says education was protected By Dan Jensen

Education minister and former Camrose resident Jeff Johnson.

Alberta Education Minister Jeff Johnson commended Premier Redford at the Bawlf School groundbreaking May 30 for protecting education in the March provincial budget. "One of the things you will see if you look at the budget," said Johnson, "is that education really was protected compared to a lot of the other ministries." Johnson said although it doesn't look like it, education got a slight increase. "It is only because of our growth and the growth pressures on the system that the increase doesn't feel like enough, but it still was a slight increase, rather than a substantive cut."

Johnson said the government has a small contingency fund to cover the small deficit it is running on the operational side, and will be financing out some of the capital projects, like the Bawlf School, over the life of those projects. "We have a number of P3 (private public partnership) schools, we have a number of P3 projects that are on the go, that are being built now, like the ring roads around Edmonton and Calgary. It is a much wiser way to use the money that we have, or use of our finances, especially when we have money in the bank, in the Heritage Trust Fund making eight per cent interest. If we can borrow money

for these projects at two per cent, why would you cash in your money and liquidate that to pay cash for these projects?. It is a much wiser way to plan financially." Johnson said it is important for the future that the province continues to build. "We cannot stop building Alberta because the future of this province is really bright. People are moving here and unless we invest in the schools, invest in the infrastructure – and that means rural Alberta as well – we are not going to have that economic opportunity. We are not going to have that quality of life for our residents. I know that we have invested

in a lot of new schools over the last four or five years, but we haven't invested enough in modernizations and upgrades to the schools in rural Alberta. Her (Premier Redford's) commitment to do that I think is great news for this province." Johnson said this part of Alberta is lucky to have people like Doug Griffiths (Minister of Infrastructure) and Verlyn Olson (Minister of Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development), as part of the provincial government's cabinet. "They are doing an incredible job of bringing that rural perspective to the table and making sure we continue building rural Alberta."


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Honoring Rosalind School Saturday, June 15 at Rosalind School and Rosalind Sports Grounds All former staff, alumni and community members are invited to join us in saying goodbye to Rosalind School and celebrating the memories created in this special place. SCHEDULE OF EVENTS: 5 to 7 p.m. 6 to 8 p.m. 7 to 8 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 to 11 p.m. 11 p.m.

Potluck Supper (meat provided) Alumni Basketball and Volleyball Games School Tours Organized Kids’ Games Group Picture Socializing and Reminiscing Fireworks

For more information, contact Colleen MacDonald at cbmac@xplornet.com or Karen Orr at bartorrkaren@hotmail.com

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‘We believe all students can achieve’

FARMS • ACREAGES • RANCHES

Students at St. Patrick School are actively involved in their learning. Together with their teachers and parents, students at St. Pat’s strive to achieve their very best in a safe, nurturing atmosphere. Non-Catholic students are more than welcome to register for the 2013-2014 year.

At St. Patrick Catholic Elementary School, our specialty includes:

AFFORDABLE ACREAGE near Heisler Bungalow home on 5± acres. Asking $110,000. Call George. S-34.

ACREAGE NEAR KILLAM - 2009 1800 sq. ft.±, 3-bed/2 bath modular home on 13.7± acres. Asking $358,000. Call George. S-32.

OUTSTANDING ACREAGE Near Daysland with 1608± sq. ft. fully renovated home & large heated insulated shop on 6.7± acres, only 1/2 mile from pavement. Asking $595,000. Call George. S-27.

ACREAGE WITH BUNGALOW HOME - and insulated horse barn 2 miles south of Daysland. Asking $220,000. Call George. S-33

1/4 SECTION OF PASTURE/GRAINLAND south of Highway 14 in Beaver County between Ryley and Holden. Fenced, dugout, $2,000/year lease revenue. Great addition to existing farming operation or an excellent location to build. Call George. S-26.

ACREAGE CLOSE TO ALIX - with beautiful family home. 1571 sq. q ft.± 5-bedrm 5 bed edrm d rm bungalow drm bungal u galo home DRed CE on 36± acres. acre c res. s Great GIC reat re locati llocatio loc ation lo n for foD r commute commu comm cU om mmute t to R Deer, RiionE CatElocation R P PR Lacombe andd Stettler. Asking $495,000. Call George. S-37.

BUILD YOUR OWN HOUSE - 7.5 acres with power and gas. Close to Hwy 26, approx. 20 miles east of Camrose. Call George. S-22.

1/4 SECTION NORTH OF VIKING - with beautiful family home currently used for cattle but is also excellent grainland. Call George. S-38.

SUBDIVISION DEVELOPMENT near Camrose - excellent investment right on the edge of Camrose! Development lots overlooking Tillicum Beach – subdivision already surveyed! Call George. S-11. FARMLAND on Battle River - Pasture and crop land southeast of Camrose. Excellent addition to mixed farm or build your new country home with established trees and a creek! Call George. S-12.

• Faith-filled caring Catholic environment • High expectations for all students • Early Literacy Initiative Program • Teachers trained in Balanced Literacy • Daily Physical Education for all grades • Enhanced music and art instruction • Arts/Athletics Enrichment Program (AEP) - Piano lessons program - Golf program - Skipping program - Choir program

1/4 WITH 300 x 100± HOG BARN - shop and Quonset south west of New Norway. Barn is currently rented, 45± acres cult with outstanding views. Call George. S-30. NORTH OF ATHABASCA - 64.5± acres on Howie Lake. 25± acres hay land, balance is spruce and willow trees. Ideal place to build your dream house or have your own private campground. Asking $155,000. Call George. S-31. SERVICED ACREAGE EAST OF HEISLER - Ideal place to build your own home, power at site. Machine shed which could be insulated. To be subdivided. Asking $50,000. Call George. S-35.

NEW LISTING - exceptional hobby farm, great set of buildings. 92 acre parcel between Vermilion and Lloydminster. Call Gordie. F-15. NEW LISTING - 1/4 section 15 mins. east of Camrose. Pasture/Grain land, fenced with highway frontage...great addition to your farming operation or to build your new home. Call George. S-42. NEW LISTING - 4 acres beside the golf course in Daysland with 1400± sq. ft. house, attached garage, 32x34 heated insulated shop. Excellent location. Asking $525,000. S-44 NEW LISTING - 4 acres bare land in Daysland. Great place to build your dream home. Close to golf course and school. Asking $175,000. S-45 NEW LISTING - South of Heisler 4.72 acres with outstanding 2025+/- sq. ft house with large attached garage in a park like setting right on highway. Asking $320,000. S-46

If you are thinking of selling your farm or acreage, please give us a call. All replies treated in strictest confidence.

Other programs will be determined based on the needs of our students.

Gordie Fischer

780·754·3864 email: gordie@linview.ca

George Singer

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Junior Entry

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email: george@linview.ca

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

Tuesday, June 11

7:00 p.m. Camrose Aquatic Centre Please ensure that representatives from Ball, Figure Skating, Hockey and Soccer are present.

STRONG BEGINNINGS… A BRIGHT FUTURE

Grade K to 6 Registration All parents and students who are interested in attending St. Patrick Catholic School for the upcoming 2013-2014 school year are asked to visit the school at:

ST. PATRICK CATHOLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 4816-53 Avenue, Camrose, AB

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Ph. 780-672-2177 or visit http://stpats.eics.ab.ca

This is open to the general public to attend.

Children learn through play and a child-centered curriculum taught by a certified teacher. • Low student/teacher ratio • A school setting so your child can participate in physical education in the gym, use the school library, participate in school activities such as the Christmas concerts, Halloween party and school photos. The Junior Entry Program is an excellent bridge into the Primary Years Program.

3-Year-Olds 4-Year-Olds

Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, three hours per day (9 hrs/week). To learn more, visit our school to see these classes in action.

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BUYING A HOME IS ONE OF THE LARGEST INVESTMENTS YOU WILL EVER MAKE. “I take professional pride in helping my clients achieve their real estate goals. als. Whether you’re looking to buy a home or sell your home, my knowledge off rd too market trends and sales tactics will help you reach your goal. I look forward working for you and with you in achieving real estate success!”

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This is your meeting and opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback to the old and new executive.

Mondays and Fridays, two hours per day.

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MCHAPPY DAY PROCEEDS

McDonald's operations supervisor Richard Martins, from left to right, Camrose owner Maddie Sharma, Camrose Special Olympics athlete George "Rocky" Hagel, Special Olympics volunteer Carol Wideman and Ronald McDonald gathered to celebrate the $4,357 raised during McHappy Day on May 8 for the local program. Proceeds from each market were split 50/50 between the local Special Olympics and Ronald McDonald House. Then the two splits from Wetaskiwin and Camrose were added together for the Ronald McDonald House.

Letters are welcomed but please limit them to 500 words or less and sign with first name, initial, surname, address and phone number; only name of writer and city or town will be printed. Letters to third parties are not accepted. The Camrose Booster may edit for length, clarity, legality, personal abuse, good taste, public interest and availability of space. The Camrose Booster thanks you for your interest in the letters page and encourages your comments. BRSD Assessment = O

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PEN .I am a more empathic person POINTS by Berdie Fowler

Proceed with prudence! “Let us proceed with prudence,” I thought as I read several recent articles about trends in the delivery of higher education in Alberta, Canada and the USA. When post secondary education first became available via internet, it was hailed as a great opportunity for those who had no other access to continued learning – and it was. Students could sit face-to-face with a computer in their own homes and complete learning that would earn credits for a university degree. Technology has brought us education by internet, at less cost, and now it threatens to replace the classroom experience, perhaps within the next five or ten years. It’s time for second thoughts on the subject. Is it really wise to totally replace the classroom experience? Dr. Allen Berger, dean of the University of Alberta Augustana Campus here in Camrose, addressed the issue in a recent “Second Thought” column in The Booster (Apr. 30/13). With technology making available “massive open on-line courses and free on-line educational materials ... " he asks "why will students in the future – perhaps as soon as 2020 – even need to come or want to come to a brick and mortar campus?” He warns that university campuses will have to have a “compelling answer” and he believes that “it is human-scale, residential campuses like Augustana that are best positioned to provide a persuasive response.” He explains, “Our advantage is that we already offer what the internet cannot and will likely never be good at providing: one-on-one relationships with caring faculty mentors; learning through in-depth discussion and problem-solving with peers; rich opportunities to apply and test learning in community settings or through guided undergraduate research; well-designed and diverse programs to help young people navigate a pathway to responsible adulthood and citizenship, etc.” Further education is more than simply learning and accepting without question what has been passed down to us. If we did that, we would still think Earth was flat. Questioning and research leads to discovery but discovery needs questioning and testing, too, before tossing out old ways which accomplished outstanding expansion of knowledge and once-believed-to-be impossible achievements – like putting a man on the moon. Dean Allen Berger hopes we will learn from observing the negative effects of massive open on-line courses that enable students in USA to “collect certificates like Easter eggs in a basket.” This thought is echoed by associate professor of physics Michael Pravica, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, writing in the Edmonton Journal, (May 24/13). He says “Beyond instilling core knowledge in students, universities teach them how to think, solve problems and interact with the world.” He adds that “This education is seriously hampered when the only means of learning is via a one-dimensional computer and the opportunities for getting questions answered ... are seriously hampered when one professor teaches thousands of students at a time.” He also notes that for science and engineering-based students there is no substitute for hands-on lab experiments which the internet cannot provide. Based on my own classroom experience, I know that my learning would have been seriously restricted without the mentoring of instructors, discussion of subject matter, and how the knowledge might be used to make our community and the world a better place. I think that you would probably say the same. Let us use teaching via internet with prudence!

tioners, I, Shelley Dolter, would like to inform the community that we are very appalled to have been told that our 2,800 name petition was deemed "invalid" by Battle River School Division (BRSD). Although we question the fact that they say it is "non compliant" because we did not ask for a public meeting, we are still pursuing other avenues. We question the statement made by Dr. Larry Payne regarding how they will calculate an "accurate overall percentage" mark. We are disturbed that living in a democ-

racy, a 2,800 signature petition holds no weight and has been minimized to being a "portion" of our parent and community populations. Considering there are just over 6,000 students in the Battle River School Division, this petition represents a significant amount of concern from the parents and community. We appreciate the work of all our dedicated parents who are trying to keep our Alberta school system one of the best in the world. Shelley Dolter, Hay Lakes

Literacy award for Andreassen By Dan Jensen

The Camrose Adult Learning Council (CALC) will present its 2013 literacy award to David Andreassen during a short program at Camrose Composite High School June 5 in recognition of his passionate and engaging approach to teaching English Language Arts. The program is scheduled to get underway at 12 noon. Andreassen started teaching English at the junior high school in Stettler in 1975 before moving to CCHS and, this past year, to the PACE Outreach School at the Camrose Community Centre. He spent three years from 1990 to 1993 teaching school for military dependants at the National Defence School in Germany. Andreassen has found literature to be a wonderful springboard for teaching students about life. "I find it enormously exciting when students take ideas and build their own ideas, and get involved and engaged," said Andreassen. "That, to me, is magical." Andreassen believes he has a good understanding of how someone in construction must feel after he completes a new home build. "It is interesting going around this town or looking beyond it and thinking I helped build that hockey coach, that pharmacist, that Brownie leader, or Lord help me, that Minister of Education," he said. "Just as a builder is proud of what he leaves, it is nice to see former students succeeding. That in itself is wonderfully gratifying." Andreassen's nomination for the 2013 literacy award was supported by 27 letters written by peers and students that outlined the extraordinary impact he has had on them. Colleagues described him as a mentor who "lives his subject matter, modelling his passion for reading and literacy through his humour, curiosity, and his interest in investigating the impact of words on our hearts, souls and daily lives." Students commended him for challenging them to do their best. "His dramatic and animated approach," said one student,

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"brings literature to life and instills the desire to learn." Andreassen has found over the years that students are most interested in literacy when it is meaningful to them. "When it is something that engages them – and that doesn't matter if it is a piece of classical literature or a shopping list – if they see value in what they are doing they get excited about it. Within the parameters that are set by the mandated curriculum, I pick things that interest me. If I get excited about it they do as well, or as many of them as possible. If something is a dull and boring slog and I treat it as such I can't expect anyone to be terribly interested. It gets infectious." Andreassen is often fascinated to see how many people in the community have problems with literacy. "One of my sons, an electrician, said in his first-year class at NAIT, smart and capable people with wonderful hand skills, who had done the ten and a half months of practical, who knew something about what they were doing, either dropped out or flunked out because they were bad readers, while the people who were strong readers and also had the hand or other skills thrived. It is sad to me that a significant portion of our population doesn't see the value of being good readers until they are in their twenties, and by that time it is hard to make up lost ground." Andreassen believes that rather than making us smarter, electronics and the internet are making us more stupid and caus-

ing us to have shorter attention spans. "I think that is really sad. Average kids don't read as well as average kids did 20 years ago. They don't have to. They can't sustain their concentration. The author of the book, The Shallows points out that people will skim a sentence or paragraph (on a website for example) and if it seems that is enough will flip to something else or go sideways, or hit a link and that is it. Or sometimes the words are too difficult so they will get something that is dumber. So what happens is that we know about a whole lot more stuff but less about anything. Those people who are able to concentrate and sustain will thrive in this world and those who can't are doomed not to." Andreassen is very impressed by the work that is being done by CALC. "They are taking people who have weak literacy skills and giving them the tools so they can prosper. The world demands so much and whatever the cause – and there is no end of causes – each of these people has an interesting back story. There are holes to fill, and because of what CALC does, these people are able to become useful, productive, taxpaying citizens. Whatever it costs, the return is several fold. Sadly, the organization and so many others like it are depending more and more on the volunteer pool which is getting thinner as more demands are put on them." Andreassen and his wife, Wenche, have three grown sons. Lars, their eldest, is completing his Ph.D. in entomology in Winnipeg, Erik is an electrician in Edmonton, and Sven has just completed a Master's degree in archiving in Lethbridge. The literacy award program will include music and guest speakers, followed by refreshments and an opportunity to congratulate Andreassen in person. All interested community members who support literacy and learning in Camrose are encouraged to attend. There is no cost to attend, and no pre-registration is required. For more information, contact Diane McLaren, executive director of Camrose Adult Learning Council at 780-6728754 or calc@camroselearning. com. The CALC website is www. camroselearning.com.


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Hospice Society of Camrose and District Annual General Meeting WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 2013 ROSEHAVEN AUDITORIUM Guest Speaker: Murray Cowan, Chaplain at The Bethany Group Speaker at 7 p.m. Meeting at 8 p.m. Everyone interested in hospice/palliative care is welcome to attend! Hear what the Society is planning for the upcoming year.

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Urban Animals, an exhibit of 18 paintings by Jason Carter illustrating how animals have been displaced by urbanization, will be on display this month at the Chuck MacLean Centre. The exhibit is open for viewing from Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Using modified triptych (three paintings), Carter tells the stories of six animals indigenous to Alberta. The first painting in each triptych is dedicated to the animal, with nothing to distract from it except the colour. "Jason often treats the colour in his paintings as the second subject, often equally as important as the main subject," says an Alberta Foundation for the Arts Travelling Exhibition Program media release. "Colour can be emotional or inspirational and has a subtext of its own." The colour established in the first painting is carried through to the second painting, where the animals are shown in their natural habitat, the prairies, the mountains, or the river valley.

"It is Jason's intention to evoke a sense of the beauty and expansiveness of each of these animals' natural habitats," states the release. The last painting in the triptych suggests what the 'natural habitat' might look like now. "It is not meant to shame or discourage expansion or industrialization; rather it is a fun exploration into the minds of these rural animals now living in an urban world," says the release. It is Carter's hope that his paintings will create a new consciousness and continue the dialogue regarding the land on which we live and who or what we share with it. Urban Animals was curated by Bridget Ryan and Janet Sinclair-Gibson and organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta for the Alberta Foundation of the Arts Travelling Exhibition Program. The AFA Travelling Exhibition Program is supported by the Alberta Foundation for the Arts. The exhibition was generously funded by Syncrude Canada.

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MS Bike Tour back in Camrose this weekend By Murray Green

The MS Bike Tour from Nisku to Camrose and back is taking place on June 8 and 9. The event starts at the Ritchie Brothers Auctioneers lot in Nisku and goes to the Wetaskiwin Hospital and then to Camrose on the first day. The organizers hold a banquet Saturday night at the CRE and then on Sunday the riders

head north towards Miquelon Lake and over to Hay Lakes before going back to Nisku. About 1,800 participants take part in the bike tour. Each cyclist is required to raise at least the minimum pledge amount of $295. "This year will be the best Leduc to Camrose MS Bike Tour yet. I can say this in advance with confidence because each bike tour since the first one over

23 years ago has been the best ever,” said Anne Belohorec. The MS Bike Tour is a pledge-based fund-raising event that provides Canadians with the opportunity to ride through scenic and often spectacular parts of the country. The MS Bike Tour has been a critical part of the MS Society’s fund-raising efforts for over 20 years. Proceeds from this event

and others like it fund innovative programs and services and support groundbreaking research dedicated to finding a cure. Having multiple sclerosis means that one morning you may not be able to walk when you wake up. Or that you may suddenly have impaired vision. Or that your memory will fail you for no apparent reason. The symptoms of MS are many and

vary for everyone. Canada has one of the highest rates of MS in the world, which is why we need your help. Whether you’re a dedicated cyclist or looking for a bit of recreation, pedalling in the MS Bike Tours means you will be a part of an extraordinary group of Canadians who are getting outside to raise money in the fight against MS.


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The Wagner Warriors won the season finale of GSN's (Game Show Network) hit series The American Bible Challenge on May 23. The champions from Owasso and Tulsa, Oklahoma, went on to defeat Team Sisters of Mary and Team Girls of Grace in the finale, winning a total of $140,000 for One Nation One Day – an event in which Wagner Ministries International will be among the ministries from around the world who will gather to bring lifesaving aid and the teachings of The Bible to the people of Honduras. Canadian comedian and popular game show host Jeff Foxworthy was the emcee of the latest game hit quiz show. But, that isn't the only connection to Canada. The Wagner Warriors have a Camrose connection. Team members Daniel Wagner, Joshua Wagner and Jesse Wagner are all young adult students and are the sons of Nicole and Kevin Wagner. Nicole was born in Camrose and is the daughter of Denise and Lawrence Dufresne of Camrose. The Wagner brothers were born in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. Josh and Jesse are currently students at Oral Roberts University in Tulsa and Daniel will start as a freshman in the fall. A fourth brother, Luke, is also becoming an expert about the Bible. They have been part of their family's international ministry their whole lives. They're also four-time Bible Quiz Bowl champions, and were determined to win on behalf of their family's mission work. "They won two episodes of the show before going to the finals," explained Denise. "They earned $20,000 for each of the first two episodes they won and another $100,000 for the final show to give them $140,000 to go towards their ministries." Denise and about 12 family and guests watched each show not knowing what the outcome would be. "The boys were not allowed to tell us how they did, or how many episodes they were in," added Denise. "I think it was wonderful that they won. They are great young people and they have worked very hard for this. I'm very proud and thrilled." They auditioned in January and all of the episodes were prerecorded. The American Bible Challenge is a game show in which three teams of three con-

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2013 Skipping with the Camrose Spirals July 2 to 5, 9 a.m. to noon

Master the art of “the double dutch” and other impressive skipping tricks like the “can can” and “double unders”. Bring your youurr friends and create your own skipping routine to music. There is a performance on the final day to impress your friends and family! y! y!

Hip Hop

July 9 to 12, 9 a.m. to noon Always wanted to learn some cool hip hop moves and impress your friends? Hip Hop with Evan Weller four mornings in July and you will be hip hopping like a boss and impressing your friends in a final show on the last day!

Songwriting and Performance

July 16 to 19, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. With Rhea March and Braden Gates, you will develop creative songwriting skills and learn cutting edge performance techniques. You will gain confidence, expand your community, learn songwriting and co-writing, develop jamming skills, songwrite and, of course, have fun!

INTroduction to theatre July 29 to August 2

Delve into different aspects of theatre and drama during this week with Jake Tkaczyk! Learn about creating your own pieces of theatre from different sources using movement, acting and writing.

Basic Circus Camp August 12 to 16

Caroline Boddy will teach you a variety of circus skills including juggling, plate spinning, rolla bolla, unicycles and making your own stilts, poi and trixstix to keep.

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Basic Intro to Clowning for the stage

July 2 to 5, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Explore the real meaning of clowning with Jake Tkaczyk. Join Jake in a class that will teach you how to play, act and feel like a real clown. Here you will create your own clown and find out how they view the world you live in!

Painting Pa Pain nting and Drawing

July 9 to 12, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Get your creative juices flowing with Jenelle Weller while you paint, use pastels and more! This summer, come explore drawing, painting and building art! Be inspired with bright colors and music. Learn how to shade, draw animals, people, sunsets and sculpt with your hands.

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July 23 to 26, 9 a.m. to noon OR 1 to 4 p.m. At this storytelling workshop, you will learn the basics of storytelling with Rev. Bill Harder. Each day of the workshop will provide opportunity to play with your voice, facial expression and use of space. At the end of the week, you will be ready to captivate an audience with a welllearned and rehearsed story of your choosing.

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Join Jake Tkaczyk in this week of creation. Learn about physical theatre and the creation of character through the process of mask! Come out for the week and possibly even work on making your own!

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Irene Malcolm, of Camrose, won a kit filled with all the supplies needed to survive the first 72 hours of an emergency during Emergency Preparedness Week. Presenting the kit to Irene were Camrose fire chief Peter Krich (right) and Alberta Emergency Management Agency emergency management field officer Dieter Langer. If an emergency happens in your community it may take a while for emergency workers to reach you. You should be prepared to take care of yourself and your family for a minimum of 72 hours.

By Samara Froland, Camrose Wildlife Stewardship Society summer coordinator “Bad Aliens,” a program on invasive bug species was presented by Mike Jenkins on the evening of May 30 at the Stoney Creek Centre in Camrose. Mike is a biological sciences technician from the city of Edmonton. The presenter entertained everyone with his interesting insight on alien species. Jenkins discussed numerous different species of bugs, including the elusive mountain pine beetle and the satin moth. Additionally, he brought preserved specimens of the Asian longhorned beetle and emerald ash borer. Erin Specht, a summer employee of Battle River Watershed Alliance, attended the event. “I am taking environmental science at Augustana and I am trying to expose myself to as

many talks in this area as possible,” she explained. Specht finished by saying that she will be attending more of CWSS’s summer events. “I was looking through the program brochure and saw a number of topics I am interested in. I hope my Thursdays nights are free for the next few months.” The next event for CWSS will be Thursday, June 6, at the Stoney Creek Centre at 7 p.m. It is a campfire event involving storytelling, games and music. This event has been cleverly titled “Fire It Up.” Professor Paul Johnson from Augustana, and others, will be providing entertainment for the evening. Tim Hortons donated coffee and doughnuts for the “Bad Aliens” presentation and has committed to a similar donation for each subsequent CWSS event.

Camrose Night Classic back for another year By Dan Jensen

There might not be much sleeping going on this weekend. One-hundred-and-ten soccer teams from across the province, including 12 from Camrose, will be playing all day and to the early hours of the morning in the fifteenth annual Camrose Night Classic at Rudy Swanson Park, Harry Andreassen Park, Charlie Killam School, Camrose Composite High School and Augustana June 7, 8 and 9. The games will get underway at 7 p.m. on Friday and finish with the finals Sunday afternoon. The latest games are scheduled to start at 12:15 a.m. both Saturday and Sunday. The Camrose Night Classic is the only one of its kind in the province. "It's just a fun tournament," said Camrose Minor Soccer Association president Konrad Schellenberg. "The kids love the novelty of being able to stay up late and play soccer in the dark. They get a taste for it at the Under 12 level and they just want to keep coming." The Camrose Night Classic had record attendance in 2012 with 118 teams participating. The year before that 118 teams were invited but some had to drop out at the last moment. "We're a bit lower with the number of teams this time but that is okay," said Schellenberg. "We have found that, for planning purposes, 110 teams is just about right. If we get much bigger than that we have to have more fields, more referees, more of everything." Camrose girls' and boys' teams in the under 12 group will include the Super Strikers, Flipchuk, Thompson and Bridger. Camrose boys' and girls' teams in the under 14 category will be

the Vermeer, Hutchinson, Holm and Preza. Camrose will have one representative in the Under 16 girls' category and one in the Under 16 boys' category (Titans). Camrose Sabeski and Camrose Voytechek will compete in the Under 18 girls' category. As in the past, each team will be guaranteed three games, one of which is considered a night game. The older the players, the later they play. The Night Classic will feature only teams which play at the Tier 4 level. Historically, the Classic has had a hard time attracting Tier 3 teams because of the many other tournaments in the province. "We've had very little interest from Tier 3 teams," said Schellenberg. "For this year there were only three teams that were interested." The teams will have good support from family members and friends, many of whom will be camping at the Camrose Regional Exhibition campground on the east side of the city. Camping forms are available online from www.camrosesoccer.ca. "The parents stay up just as late as the kids," explained Schellenberg. "Even through the bad weather they are out at the pitches cheering them on. All the games run rain or shine. The only thing that stops them is lightning." Winning teams will receive special medals that have been custom designed by Windwood Signs. The Camrose Night Classic is sanctioned by the Central Alberta Soccer Association and the Alberta Soccer Association.


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See product! Learn techniques and possibilities! Get hands-on experience! In traditional Norwegian style, the Ronning Lodge of the Sons of Norway celebrated the Norwegian national day – 17. mai – in Jubilee Park on May 17. There were games and activities for the children, and hot dogs and lefse, ice cream and traditional cakes. Speeches, Norwegian national costumes and Norwegian flags were also a part of the festivities. Though May 17 officially marks the signing of the Norwegian constitution in 1814, it has also come to be associated with Norway’s independence, peace and children. This day is celebrated around the world by Norwegians and friends of Norway living abroad.

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AJHL ready to celebrate By Murray Green

The Alberta Junior Hockey League will be celebrating its 50th season this fall. The league will have a few changes in the milestone season. The 2013-14 AJHL regular season will start on Friday, September 6. The complete schedule will be announced in late June. The AJHL will recognize its 50 years of history across Alberta with commemorative community presentations. The top 50 players of all-time and a year-long feature to highlight 50 stories of 50 seasons will take place. The CJHL has introduced strict new sanctions for payment to players for any manner that jeopardizes, or potentially jeopardizes their eligibility to participate in college or university hockey at any level. New sanctions for violating rules on the amount and type of consideration payable, as part of a CJHL Player Transfer Agreement. In addition, the AJHL has adopted further consequences for teams found to be violating the rule. The head coach, or general manager of the violating team would also receive a one-year suspension and the team would be ineligible to compete in the AJHL playoffs for the year of the violation. Hockey Canada decided in a revised definition of an import. No player having Canadian citizenship shall be classified as an import beginning in the fall. Previously, out of province players were identified as imports on an AJHL roster. An AJHL team will now be limited to a maximum of four players on the roster that have each played in 41 or more lifetime CHL games. Players having played fewer than 41 CHL games are not subject to this limitation. Teams interested in hosting the 2015 Western Canada Cup will be required to submit their bid in the fall, and a decision on the host community will be made at the AJHL semi-annual meeting in November 2013. The AJHL has established a sub committee to review the option of a draft. The committee will be chaired by Fran Gow (AJHL) and include Rod Knelsen (Drumheller Dragons), Ken Bracko (Calgary Canucks), Kyle Chase (Sherwood Park Crusaders) and Darren Myshak (Spruce Grove Saints). The Alberta Junior Hockey League will continue to operate under the direction of chairman Greg Wood of Camrose and commissioner Ryan Bartoshyk. The staff will consist of former Camrose resident George McCorry (vice-president, officiating), Charla Flett (vice-president, communications), Ken Dentzien (referee assignor), and Bob Clark (special advisor). The AJHL has also welcomed two staff members since last year’s AGM, including Dean Laschowski (video review manager) and newly appointed vice-president of hockey operations, Fran Gow. The 2013 semi-annual meeting will take place in Red Deer on November 23.

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Human Services changing to help Albertans By Murray Green

Human Services minister Dave Hancock explained several changes and the new social policy framework during the Rotary Club of Camrose meeting on Monday, May 27. Rotary members and guests showed interest in the Social Policy Framework and how it affects various divisions of the government. Past president LeRoy Johnson introduced Mr. Hancock as the most experienced cabinet minister. He has been entrusted with many of the provinces most important portfolios and as minister of advanced education, he was here for the ground-breaking of the Edgeworth Centre. "I thank you for the work you are doing. I drove by the youth project, and there is nothing more important than building your community and making sure we have active engaged communities," said Mr. Hancock. When Premier Allison Redford was elected in the fall of 2011 one of the things she did was create the department of human services. "I got the call to head the new department, which represents one-third of the government in terms of civil service. It is not as big in terms of budget as health, or education, but a massive department," added Mr. Hancock. "It is about human supports. How do we ensure that every family has the opportunity to be successful and overcome barriers to success? People want the opportunity to maximize potential," said Mr. Hancock. "Over the last year, we have been engaging Albertans and saying what kind of place do we have, what kind of place do we want to live in, what are our common goals and values as a society?" he asked. "We want to ensure that people can be supported when they need it, to have fairness in their worksite and to get home safely to their families at the end of the day, all of that is extremely important if we want to have

Human Services Minister Dave Hancock addresses Rotary.

strong families," he said. "That really comes to the focus on the social policy framework. The premier asked us in my first mandate in this ministry to take a look at our social framework. Do we really know and understand what it is we are trying to achieve as a society? Over the past year we have engaged in a process, talking with and engaging 31,000 Albertans in the process of saying what kind of place do we want to have, what kind of place do we want to live in, what are our common goals and values as a society?" Mr. Hancock suggested that the government has done a lot of good things over the years in terms of reacting to pressures in our communities. "But we have done it on a reactive basis, creating programs around issues. We haven't done a very good job as a government and I think most governments would have to admit the same thing, of weav-

ing it together to say what is our common purpose and how do we ensure that the program and service delivery that we have matches the community needs and individual needs and ensures that people don't fall through the cracks?" The government has heard criticism of program because it is designed for a particular purpose. "People are following rules because we built accountability systems around them and that leaves out somebody that doesn't fit that particular design and humans are a complex being, so nobody actually fits the actual design," explained Mr. Hancock. It creates a lot of opportunity to miss the mark. "The social policy framework was really about developing that piece of policy that says what is it we as a society want to achieve," he added. "The other thing that is really

necessary to know and understand is that social policy can't be owned by government. There is no magic wand and there is no legislation that can cure social ills." It all starts in own our communities. "That is what you know as members of Rotary, that you create the kind of community you want to live in by being part of that community, understanding what its issues are and then helping to deal with those issues as a community," he said. "Governments have a role at bringing some resources to the table, bringing some inspiration to the table sometimes, bringing some support levels to the table, but in order for us as a province and communities in the province to deal with the social issues, we need to own them as communities and that really is what social policy framework comes to." Every Albertan should have the opportunity to live with respect and dignity and participate in the opportunities we have here. "Your community built the universities, the community made sure the education systems were there. In so many ways we do that in our communities, we provide those supports in a way to enhance the ability of families to raise their children and to move ahead," continued Mr. Hancock. "That is what the social policy framework really focuses on." The provincial government passed a Children First Act to ensure that our children get a good start. Children who get a good start can succeed. "Children who are born with FASD have challenges all their lives. Judge Ken (Rostad) can tell how often people appear before him and how often his colleagues have to deal with people who have FASD, which makes it very difficult for the criminal justice system to achieve any positive result in that process." Research in the area of family violence very clearly shows that children who are born into

and grow up in a family violence situation tend to be developmentally delayed. "If you find somebody who is engaged in family violence, chances are they grew up in family violence," said Mr. Hancock. "Those are the things we need to deal with as a society and as a community if we want our children to get a good start. Everybody has an interest in this." If we want our communities to be strong and an attractive place to live and raise families, we need safe communities. "We need communities that have opportunity, we need communities where we know our children can get the health care and the education that they need, and that means dealing with the social issues." If you want people to move to Camrose, people want to know it is a safe place. "If you deal with the issues of poverty, violence and social justice, then you have a place where people feel comfortable in their community and proud about a place where they can grow their families." The social cost of failure is high. "We have a criminal justice system that cannot actually fix the problem. A chief from Saskatchewan said education is the new buffalo. "I thought that was a meaningful phrase, because education is the opportunity for most people to move out of where they grew up, if that is what they need to do. Poverty looks different in each of our communities. The fundamentals that we need are how to get people to overcome their barriers to success, to achieve what they need to achieve to be successful in their community," said Mr. Hancock. "I encourage you as leaders in your community to be engaged in that discussion and to encourage others to be involved in that discussion. Community and social issues have to be owned by the community and have to be solved by the community," he added.

Report from the Legislature Doug Griffiths, MLA, Battle River-Wainwright Wildfire Emergency Planning and Livestock Options

Wildfires are a hazard that can spring up quickly and cause major devastation to farms or acreages. Knowing the steps to take to minimize the risk and reduce the potential damage to family, property and animals is the first line of defense against wildfire. Here are some tips for keeping livestock safe in the event of a wildfire. Know the Risks and Get Prepared

Option 1: Shelter in Place Prepare and maintain a fuelreduced area such as a plowed or heavily grazed field with minimum of stubble: the area should be watered, shaded and located well away from forested areas; if possible disc or plow outside perimeter; be prepared to round up, re-

locate your livestock and provide them with feed/water. Option 2: Evacuation Plan

1. Have a current list of all animals, including their location and records of feeding, vaccinations, and tests. Make this information available at various locations on the farm. 2. Have sufficient supplies for temporary identification of your animals, such as plastic neckbands and permanent markers to label animals with your name, address, and telephone number. 3. Have handling equipment such as halters, cages, blankets, and appropriate tools for each kind of animal. Include boltcutters to quickly free animals in an emergency. 4. Contact your local emergency management authority and become familiar with at least two possible evacuation routes. Familiarize all family members and employees with your evacuation plans. 5. Arrange in advance for a place to shelter your animals.

Plan ahead and work within your community to establish safe shelters for farm animals, such as fairgrounds, other farms, racetracks, and exhibition centres. 6. Ensure that sufficient feed and medical supplies are available at the destination. 7. Be ready to leave as soon as an evacuation is ordered. Remember, once the emergency hits, roads may be restricted to emergency service vehicles and not open to traffic. 8. Set up safe transportation. You will need to have access to trucks, trailers, and other vehicles suitable for transporting each type of animal, along with experienced handlers and drivers. You may need access to a portable loading ramp to load, or unload, animals. 9. If animals are evacuated to a centralized location such as a fair grounds for shelter and will co-mingle with other animals of unknown health status try to: make sure your animals have sufficient identification (e.g.

ear tags or brands) to be able to tell them apart from others; minimize the contact among animals from different premises; protect feed and water from contact with wild animals and birds. Verify the health and vaccination status of animals which must be co-mingled; handle any mortalities in a manner to minimize the possible spread of contagious diseases; monitor the health and wellbeing of the animals on a daily basis, whether sheltered in place or evacuated. Seek appropriate veterinary medical advice and services on suspicion of an animal disease problem; accommodation will need to include milking equipment for dairy cows (as applicable). Milk may need to be stored separately from cows of other herds. Milk “pickup� companies should be notified where to pick up the milk Option 3: Last Resort Freeing Your Animals

Livestock are very sensitive to wildfire anywhere within their

sensory range. Normal reactions vary from nervousness, to panic, to aggressive and resistive escape attempts. Livestock are often injured or killed by fleeing from a wildfire into fences, barriers and other fire risks. Once the flight syndrome kicks in, it is retained long after the smoke, heat and noise stimuli are removed. In the case of a fast moving fire, some landowners spray paint their phone numbers on the sides of livestock before setting them free. Others attach identification tags to animals. If you choose to leave a halter on your animal, consider attaching identification – such as a luggage tag. Finally, be aware firefighters may cut fences and open gates, if time and safety concerns allow. As the MLA for Battle RiverWainwright, I am always available to assist constituents. If you have any questions or concerns regarding preparing livestock for wildfires or any other matter, I can be reached in my constituency office at 780-842-6177.


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Knull commits to teaching in Kamifurano By Murray Green

Jack Stuart School teacher Brenda Knull has been granted a two-year leave of absence, so she can pursue her dream working in Camrose's sister city in the town of Kamifurano, Japan. The Camrose/Japan Friendship Society president Michiko Rasmussen and her committee of Mike Steeves and Thomas Midbo selected Brenda as the local ambassador in Japan for two years. She will be teaching English as a second language to various age groups through the school system. "The school system is not like over here. In Japan, the mayor is in charge of everything," explained Michiko. "Brenda is hired by the mayor to teach. They have school all year round, so she will start in the summer." Brenda wraps up her school year with special needs students at the end of June and then it's off to Japan in July for training to prepare for teaching starting on August 1. "Since the partnership with Kamifurano started 14 years ago, we have sent seven teachers over to teach," said Michiko. "We have two-year contracts, so other people get a chance to have the same experience. Japan puts a lot of money into the program to have teachers come over, so one year wouldn't be fair to them either." Brenda will have two roles in Camrose's sister city, Kamifurano. "She is not only

Murray Green, Camrose Booster

Camrose/Japan Friendship Society president Michiko Rasmussen and City of Camrose Mayor Marshall Chalmers selected Jack Stuart teacher Brenda Knull to be an ambassador for Camrose in Japan.

teaching, but will be an ambassador for Camrose. We are happy to have Brenda go because she is easy going, good with children and will be a good ambassador. We are very proud to send her on behalf of our society." She taught in New Norway before joining the staff at Jack Stuart.

"This is a huge honour and privilege to be able to go. I absolutely love teaching and like to travel. I went to Japan and South Korea in 2010, so I have some experience being in those countries. Five of my seven trips have been to southeast Asia and I love the culture and people. Teaching

different ages in another culture will expand by experience and knowledge." Brenda is welcoming the challenge. "I thrive on challenges and adventure. I will be teaching elementary, junior high, high school and even adults. Teaching a second language for a wide

range of ages will be the challenge I'm looking for," she said. "Year around teaching will be different, but when they have a holiday I can do some travelling. When I work extra hours in the evenings I will be able to bank some time to put towards time off for travel. That gives me more freedom to explore Japan." One of the first things to check off on her bucket list will be to see Mount Fiji. "I know Kamifurano is located on a northern island, so I will be bringing my snowboard and going to the mountains when I can. I'm also looking forward to the various festivals they have throughout the year. It is a great way to learn about the culture," she added. "I hope to bring back knowledge of the country that I can share with students here. I want to share my experiences and pass on to others that if you can dream it, you can make it happen. Life is a huge adventure. By being open to challenges, you can have new experiences." Brenda is ready to push herself out of her comfort zone to meet those challenges. "I have a great life in Camrose, but it's something I want to do. My parents have come around to the fact it will be two years," she said. "It's something I really want to do. I talked with Mike at a school session and that is the first I heard of the Camrose/Japan Friendship Society and his teaching in Japan. I talked to him a lot, so I know what to expect."

City council given information for church decision By Dan Jensen

City council will have no shortage of information to consider prior to making a decision June 17 on whether it wants to approve third reading of a bylaw that would change the districting of property at 3505- and 3605-50 Street from R2-R2L single family residential to I institutional district and clear the way for a new Catholic church. City director of planning and development services Jeff Laurien presented a report to council May 21 which responded to concerns expressed by the residents with regards to the impact the possible church development would have on property values, traffic, noise, sunlight, future development, the ability to enjoy their yards, and wildlife. Property values The report said administration is unaware of any legislation which specifically requires council to consider property values as part of any decision. It added that, according to the City assessor, new churches typically do not have a significant impact on nearby property values. Traffic The report noted that as much of the traffic demand for church developments is typically occurring during time periods when background traffic conditions

are historically low, the net impact to the City of the proposed church development would likely be minimal. "The City has already identified that as a condition of a future development permit, the church development would be required to complete a traffic impact analysis impact assessment for the proposed development. With this finalized document and the proper design of the future church accesses, engineering expects that the impact to the City's transportation network will likely be at an acceptable level to minimize potential impacts on the City and surrounding neighbourhood." Noise The report said the proposed church may generate additional noise above and beyond that of a residential use but is generally considered compatible with residential uses and that the hours of operation indicated are consistent with the City's nuisance abatement bylaw. Height The report noted the institutional use zone does not have a maximum requirement, so technically, the proposed church could be built to a very tall height. "The current zoning of the subject property is that of a R2 (single family residential), which has a maximum height restriction of 8.5

metres. However, a height restriction of 8.5 metres for a church may be prohibitive in nature. The applicant must have a maximum height in mind that would work for their needs and not adversely impact neighbouring properties which could be considered." Parking The report noted that parking is typically an issue that could be addressed by local bylaw enforcement should it become an issue. Utilities The report said it is unclear to administration how the proposed development could create difficulties in getting utilities to other properties in the area. "Other properties in the area would have the opportunity to extend utilities to their property through necessary rights-of-way and easements. If these rights-ofway or easements do not currently exist to a property it would be the responsibility of the property owner in question to have them extended to the subject property as necessary regardless of the proposed development." Future development The report said it is unclear to administration how the proposed development could impact the potential development of other properties. "Each and every property is reviewed on its own

merit for development when the necessary applications are submitted to administration. Further, there is no guarantee on any property that future development will be permitted. Every property is subject to the land use bylaw and other relevant legislation in force at the time of the proposed development." Discretionary use The report indicated that the current R2 zoning lists the church as discretionary, which means that the use may not be allowed per the discretion of the development officer upon review of the required development permit. "If the applicant were to purchase the subject land there would be uncertainty as to whether the use would be permitted. Thus, to gain a certain level of certainty prior to purchasing the subject property, the applicant (for redistricting) is choosing to pursue the rezoning of the subject lands to institutional, which lists churches as a permitted use. A development permit will still be needed under this zoning but as long as all requirements are met, the use could not be refused because of its permitted status under the institutional zoning." Area redevelopment plan The report recommended that the area not be includ-

ed in an area development plan since a large portion of the identified area has been recently developed and is continuing to be developed at this time. "To complete an Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP) a request for proposals and requirements and specification would have to be developed by administration to receive proposals from the qualified applicants. Administration would then have to choose the best qualified consultant to complete the necessary ARP under the supervision of administration. The successful applicant would then complete the ARP and present it to council for approval. This process typically takes 12 to 18 months to complete. The cost of such a process would not be known until a successful consultant is chosen based on their cost information, however a rough estimate based on discussion with other planners in Alberta would be between $70,000 to $100,000. For reference, the Augustana Redevelopment Plan completed in September, 2012, had a budget for the consultant of $61,000. Based on discussion with several planners in Alberta that offer these types of services, a budget of $61,000 is very low now and would result in a less than comprehensive product."


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Axemen score five runs in final inning By Murray Green

The Camrose Axemen scored five runs in the seventh inning to defeat the Edmonton Warriors 10-6 in North Central Alberta Baseball League action on May 28. Camrose scored a run in both the third and fourth innings to build up a lead. The game was a pitcher's duel in the first five innings and then it turned into

a battle of the batters in the final two frames. Shortstop Cal Zimmer led the charge on offence with three hits. Kris Kushnerick and Paul Ofrim chipped in with two hits each. Brian Mulder drove in three runs, while Zimmer and Kris Johnson brought in two runs each with hits. Starting pitcher Ofrim threw

hard for five innings, but ran into some trouble in the sixth. In six innings he allowed four runs on nine hits and three walks, while striking out eight batters for the win. Mulder suffered some wildness in relief. In his inning he allowed two runs on three walks and a hit batter. The Axemen host the Stony Plain Mets on June 11.


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By Murray Green Five area youth golfers competed in the Team Canada World Golf Qualifiers on May 25. Four of the smaller golfers brought back medals with two silver and two bronze. The golf tournament was held at the Collicutt Siding Golf Club in Crossfield. In the boys' 11 to 13 age division, Mason Kucy of Camrose fired an even 86 on both rounds to end the event at plus 14. That was good enough for a bronze medal. Evan Urquhart of Calgary shot a plus seven and Ethan Choi of Pincher Creek was plus 10 to round out the top three golfers. Jace Shannon of Forestburg came in second in the boys' eight and under category by shooting a 45 in both rounds for a total of nine over. Graysen Collins of Calgary was plus two. David Hopkins of Viking placed third with a plus 24 score to receive a bronze medal. In the boys' nine and 10 age division, Devin Kucy found himself in a tough field with several good golfers. He ended the day tied for fourth with a plus 11 score. Theo Sekulic of Rycroft

and Marko Banic of Dewinton were plus eight, Rory Huycke of Calgary was plus nine and RunHao (Arthur) Deng of Calgary was also plus 11. Jayla Kucy wasn't out-done by her brothers. She placed second in the girls' nine and under category with a plus 18. The winner was Alexa Wingnean of Edmonton with a plus 14. Juniors Camrose’s Michael Harrison, shot rounds of 77 and 74 to finish third in the Boston Pizzapresented Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour’s Nationwide Series at The Links in Spruce Grove. Wetaskiwin’s Brett Hawken, won the event with a birdie on his final hole to win the junior division. He had a first round of 70 and a final round of 77. Patrick Gobran of Edmonton finished second with a 68 and 80. Michael's brother Andrew Harrison finished fourth in the tougher juvenile division (ages 15 and 16). Brett Pasula of Red Deer shot rounds of 69 and 76 to place first, Noah Lubberding of St. Albert was second and Alex Corrigan of Calgary was third. Andrew fired rounds of 76 and 71.

By Murray Green The difference between two Canadian icon rock and roll bands from the west coast, Chilliwack and the Headpins, is the appealing, but pounding vocals from Darby Mills. The headpins were originally formed by Brian MacLeod and Ab Bryant of Chilliwack as a side project to fill in the gaps between shows and recording deals. The members of Chilliwack added drummer Bernie Aubin and Darby into the mix to have instant success. The far reaching vocals and the raw energy that Darby brought to the band made an immediate impact. Catchy tunes combined with a Canadian party attitude vaulted the band into music icons as they opened for the best bands in the country. Headpins were bold enough to turn a radio contest into a magical career for the hard rocking band. After winning a local radio contest, the group was able to pull in enough resources to record Turn It Loud that also featured a song by the same name. Chilliwack band member Bill Henderson co-produced the record to add even more cohesiveness to the project. Charged with great expectations and a solid group of musicians, the new band was ready to take the country by storm. The song "Turn It Loud" was viewed as a national anthem for Canadian rock and roll of the early '80s. The band achieved double platinum status and the song stayed on top of the charts for six straight weeks. Mills had the most powerful set of pipes in the music business. Her rock growl was matched by her rolling purr. She was quickly

compared to Janis Joplin and Robert Plant. Then the band released one of the best songs in the history of music in "Don’t It Make Ya Feel” that left radio stations scrambling with constant requests. Supporting songs “Breakin’ Down” (about suicide), “People” and the powerful ballad “Winnin" soon turned the record into gold. Some people thought it was a greatest hits release, rather than a debut album in 1982. A few short months later it went platinum. The debut sold over a quarter million copies in Canada alone and would be certified double platinum, to make it one of the most successful debut albums by a Canadian group ever. After two years of touring the band went back into the studios to record Line of Fire with powerful singles “Just One More Time” and “Don’t Stand In The Line Of Fire” that stayed on the course of the first release. Another extended tour around the world had the band playing with KISS, Billy Squier, Quiet Riot and Whitesnake. Nearly two years would pass before the Headpins would emerge from the studios again. The result was Head Over Heels that produced “Still The One” and “Death Of Me.” It marked the third straight album certified gold or better. The band lost MacLeod to cancer, but the group reformed later. Headpins added Tony Dellacroce as their new guitarist, who toured with Jerry Doucette and Lee Aaron. They also added Alfie Galpin to the band. The Headpins play at 8 p.m. on June 14 at the Bailey Theatre.

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Elk Island considers operating budget At the May 22, regular board meeting, Elk Island Catholic Schools (EICS) board of trustees received the 2013-14 preliminary operating budget (POB) for consideration. The POB for the upcoming school year is $65,082,031 and includes a projected deficit of $173,348, which will be covered by operating reserves. This POB was developed to reflect the mission, vision, beliefs, values and goals as set forth by the board of trustees in its divisional foundational statements. Within the framework of the division’s new administrative procedure 100 – distributed decision making, central and school leadership collaborated to create a financial plan with the following guiding principles: 1. Our work is first and foremost about children, and the funding allocation should provide equity so that each school (and thus each child) is treated fairly relative to all the other schools (and other students). 2. A fiscally responsible budget will be presented while maximizing the allocation to areas that have the greatest impact on student success. 3. The funding allocation will proportionately distribute funds to schools based on the needs of all of their students. 4. Classroom teachers will be allocated based on class size guidelines from Alberta Education. 5. Where a function of EICS will materially benefit from efficiencies of scale or the need for specialized expertise, the Division will centrally support that function. 6. Cuts to administration and Alberta Initiative for School Improvement (AISI) funding will not to be taken from the classroom. The POB was developed using funding and expenditure assumptions that were approved by the board at the April 17, 2013, regular board meeting and were updated in May based on new information. Details of the POB include the following: Enrolment is expected to increase by 124 full-time equivalent (FTE) students to 5,667 in ECS to Grade 12. EICS is heavily dependent on the provincial government as it accounts for 95 per cent of

its revenues; highlights of the impacts to funding include: Elimination of $375,000 AISI funding; Elimination of $175,000 of Transportation Fuel Initiative funding; Restructuring of Equity of Opportunity funding at a cost of $225,000; 10 per cent cut to administration funding that funds central office services at a cost of $281,000; Reduction of Plant Operations and Maintenance and Infrastructure funding of $339,000; Cuts or expiry of $171,000 to special grants; Two per cent Increase in Class Size and Inclusive Education funding. Overall, funding from Alberta Education to serve current EICS students and the additional 124 FTE students is expected to decrease by $567,000. Staffing has the greatest impact on quality education and at $50.8 million, represents 78 per cent of the division’s budget and an overall increase of 1.98 per cent over last year. EICS will serve its students with the following staffing composition: 338.27 FTE certificated staff, an overall increase of 12.29 over last year. 205.50 FTE support staff, an overall decrease of 12.38 over last year. School based staffing will see an overall increase of 13.1 FTE. Overall, the division is expecting to end the 2013-14 school year with accumulated operating surplus of $3.7 million. Total reserves designated for operations represent 3.32 per cent of expenditures, which is in line with the two to four per cent recommended by Alberta Education. At a special meeting on June 12, 2013, the board of trustees will review the POB in detail. Once approved, the 2013-2014 operating budget will be submitted to Alberta Education. EICS, part of Alberta’s publicly funded education system, is committed to developing educational opportunities in the context of Gospel values. EICS is dedicated to providing quality, faithbased learning environments to students of any background and faith, where their skills are nurtured and celebrated by dedicated, caring staff.

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By Murray Green

If you are tired of renting, this beautiful two-storey close to parks and west end amenities is the solution. Simply pack your bags and move right in with immediate possession. Fully finished, this well maintained 1,392 square foot home is located in West Park and features a paved lane that separates you from one neighbour for added privacy. It is a great place to raise your children, or live in peace and comfort. Step into the large living room from the open entry and enjoy the bright and inviting sun-

shine. Keep your cool with air conditioning during the warm spells. The fully functional kitchen with lots of beautiful oak cabinets, a corner pantry, a handy cooking island with a breakfast bar and plenty of counter space is the hub of the home. It offers a full view of the entire main floor, which is ideal for someone looking after young children. A large dining room containing access to an attractive deck is a great space for family meals or special occasions. An open staircase leads to three generous bedrooms and a four-piece bathroom. The master bedroom features a walk-in closet and a fourpiece en suite with comfortable in-floor heating. Don't worry if you're not a handy carpenter. Just sit back and enjoy the fully finished basement containing a huge family room

with a roughed-in wet bar, an office area, bedroom, bathroom featuring a tiled shower and storage space. The super-sized rear deck is ideal for entertaining family and guests, or enjoying a barbecue. With no neighbours behind you, simply sit back and relax in the privacy of your own yard where plenty of parking space is available. Included with the purchase are the fridge, stove, built-in dishwasher, air conditioning, central vacuum, washer and dryer. An open house will be held for this incredible 7318-46 Avenue home on Saturday, June 9, from 1 to 3 p.m. It is attractively priced to sell at $269,900. If you are unable to attend the open house, contact Lyndsey Delwo at: Central Agencies Inc. 4870-51 Street, Camrose 780-672-4495 or 780-678-6117 cell


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Open HouseS Thur., June 6, 2-4 p.m. 6210-34 Avenue

GREAT FULLY FINISHED FAMILY HOME ... located in quiet cul-de-sac close to Jack Stuart School. Situated on a large pie lot near a green space. A lot of upgrades done over prior years. You can just move in and forget about renovating. Don’t miss out on this one! Now asking $279,000 CA0009680

Sat., June 8, 1-3 p.m. 7318-46 Avenue

“Home of the Week – see page 23!” NEXT TO NEW 2-STOREY ... close to parks and west end amenities! 4-bdrm., 4 bath, a/c, beautiful deck. Cozy kitchen w/oak cabinetry, corner pantry, raised island. Spacious living/ dining spaces. Master bdrm., WI closet, 4-pce. en suite. Fin. bsmt. Immediate possession – move right in! Asking $269,900 CA0010352

Sat., June 8, 1-3 p.m. 212 Parkridge Close

“Exceptional home, amazing location!” A M A Z I N G CUSTOM BUILT W A L K O U T BUNGALOW – PR ESTIG IOUS VALLEY LOCATION, AWESOME VIEWS ... Exceptional quality built home with outstanding yard boasting huge stamped concrete patio, upper deck, courtyard. Perfect for entertaining, everyday enjoyment. Beautiful 10’ bordered, vaulted ceilings, spectacular windows w/sensational park views. Awesome gourmet kitchen, gorgeous DR, cozy great room w/beautiful stone FP. Superb master, incredible en suite w/soothing jetted tub in a romantic setting. Exceptional bsmt., in-floor htg., family/media room, amazing windows in office, games and exercise rooms. Awesome yard, 30’x30’ htd. garage, huge RV parking pad, a/c and lots more! Amazing property, outstanding location! Asking $837,900 CA0005251

RESIDENTIAL LOTS Phase III Southwest Meadows Walk-outs, Park Side, Alley Access Locations 75 Residential Lots From…$74,690 12 Townhouse Lots – Walk-out, Park Side Call now for details!

FOUR INDIVIDUALLY TITLED AND SERVICED TOWNHOUSE LOTS OVERLOOKING PARK! ... It’s a great location for your next project. Call now for all the details! Asking $215,000 CA298468

IDEALLY LOCATED WEST END MULTI-FAMILY CORNER LOT! ... Phone for info. CA0007417 MULTI-FAMILY LOT NOW AVAILABLE We offer one 2.5 acre parcel CA298482

GREAT OPPORTUNITY! ... Bare lot bordering 48th Avenue and 46th Street in Camrose. Close to schools, downtown. Zoned DC. CA0004722 Asking $150,000

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CAMROSE HOMES OVER $300,000 EXQUISITE LUXURIOUS HOME ... has everything you’re looking for! Peaceful setting w/direct access to parks and trails. Custom kitchen, tile entry, elegant drapery, formal DR, 2 gas FP. MF master bdrm. w/5-pce. en suite. MF laundry. Walk out bsmt. fully fin. w/2 bdrm., den/media room. Oversized htd. garage, perfectly landscaped. Every detail is perfect! Asking $849,000 CA325529 STU N N I NG 2-STOREY IN VALLEYVIEW! ... Lots of appeal! 9’ ceiling, 2 FP, arches, 4 bdrm., ! D 4 baths, MF REDUCE laundry, spacious living w/flex room on MF and bonus room upstairs. Amazing master 4-pce. en suite, tile surround, corner jet tub, WI closet, large vanity w/makeup counter. 24’x24’ garage w/sani dump, h/c taps, floor drain, r/i gas line plus RV parking. Good yard, fenced, trees, shed w/dual access, large deck w/gas line, play area. Function and style – be proud to call this your home. See it today! Now asking $449,500 CA0004636 BEAUTIFUL BUNGALOW – V A L L E Y V I E W, by Battle River Homes! ... Front covered verandah, 9’ and coffered ceilings, beautiful hardwood floors, cozy FP, lovely maple cabinetry, granite, large island, pantry, superb MF laundry. Cozy in-floor heating. 24’x28’ garage, covered deck, alley access, options for RV parking, workshop. Finished with elegance! CA0007631 Asking $439,162 W O W ! I M PR ESSIVE BI-LEVEL, D e s i r e d C e n t u r y Meadows location! ... Exceptional presentation featuring a beautiful open plan, display ledges/ niches and 9’ ceilings. Excellent kitchen cabinetry, awesome living/dining room w/cozy 2-sided FP, superb en suite, MF laundry, plus family room, games room. Large fenced yard, paved alley, RV parking option and lots more! Excellent value, great location! Asking $349,900 CA0014915 G R E AT SPAC IOUS V E R Y N E A T 2-STOR EY – QUIET ! ER TRY AN OFF LOCATION ... 4 spacious bdrm. plus nursery, 3 full baths on upper floor. MF lge. foyer, LR, lge. formal DR, lge. bright family kitchen, garden door to lge. patio overlooking lge. landscaped yard. Attractive family room w/FP. Lower level lge. attractive rec. room w/FP. Direct access to garage. Be sure to view this impressive home! Now $418,500 CA0008067 SPACIOUS, OPEN FLOOR PLAN IN DUGGAN PARK! ... Tons of upgrades incl. a/c, htd. garage, underground sprinklers, new G! N EW LI STIN sidewalks/fence and landscaping. Oak cabinetry, corner pantry in kitchen plus reverse osmosis, garburator. Cozy gas FP in living space, 2 dining spaces, 2 bdrm. up, 2 down. Fin. bsmt., 3-pce. tile shower w/body spray. RV option. A must see! CA00014115 Asking $359,500 A B S O L U T E LY A GORGEOUS CUSTOM BUILT BUNGALOW – IN VALLEYVIEW! ... Located close to parks and walking trails! 9’ and coffered ceilings, cherry hardwood flooring, lovely LR w/awesome FP, gorgeous kitchen cabinetry, granite, large island, pantry, bright dinette. Maint. free veranda, huge deck. In-floor heating, 9’ ceilings in open bsmt. Great yard, private fence, 24’x26’ garage, RV parking, lots more! Just move in! Asking $427,900 CA0009911

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A GREAT OPPORTUNITY! ... 137.46 acres of potential development land at Dried Meat Lake w/ some lake front. 60 acres of cult. land and some gas well revenue. Now ask $419,900 CA325301 HALF SECTION OF FARMLAND! ... 318.97 acres located only one mile south of new Coal Creek Golf Resort and Black Nugget Lake Campground. 290 arable acres, balance in trees and natural pasture. Good potential bldg. site, services readily available. Half mile off oiled road. Surface lease of $1950/year and 3 metal bins. Wanting to expand or build your new home? Take a look! CA0009965

233.57 ACRES OF FARMLAND ... Just what you’ve been looking for! Close to Camrose and Battle River Valley. Good land for grain and/or beef operation. Adjoining 70-acre farm site also available w/good home, exc. bldgs., ideal for cow/ calf operation and/or horses. Multiple titles, great bldg. sites. Whether you just need more land or want to build your getaway, you’ll want to see this property and explore all the potential! Asking $769,000 CA0015510

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BEAUTIFUL AC R E AG E SETTING – EXC E LLE NT F U T U R E DEVELOPMENT PROPERTY! ... Wow! 2.15 acres located in the City of Camrose by Creekview Subdivision, Stoney Creek Park and walking trails. This property offers an exceptional building site with a very private treed setting for future development. Lots of potential here! Asking $425,000 CA0014990

COMMERCIAL LOT NEW LISTING, BUT COULD BE JUST WHAT YOU’RE LOOKING FOR ... .76 acre lot zoned M-2. Located in east Camrose industrial area Mohler 2. Phone for details. CA0013239

PRIVATE FARM W/PEACEFUL PRIVATE SETTING! ... Just what you’ve been looking for! 70 acres close to Camrose and Battle River Valley. Need more land? Adjoining 233.5 acres are available. It’s the perfect place to enjoy the country lifestyle, you’ll love it! Beautiful yard offers a spacious 1385 sq. ft. home, 29’x24’6” attached htd. garage. Huge 36’x130’ metal bldg., in-floor htg., in workshop area, heated calving pen and calving barn. Ext. corrals, ideal for beef or horses. Lots of potential! It’s a country lifestyle! CA0015494 Asking $729,000

COMMERCIAL

PREMIER LAWN SERVICE COMPANY ... specializing in weed control and fert. for sale in Camrose. Growing customer base w/increasing revenues year after year, would make a great addition to existing maint. company or start your own and service existing customers. Owner willing to mentor purchaser. 2 comm. lots, list of assets incl. in the sale – owner will consider retaining ownership of land. Call for details. CA0010420 Asking $375,000

Walk-out Bungalow Townhouses – Parkside Location – by Battle River Homes 4 2 1 AVAILABLE!

• Main floor laundry • No condo fees • Superb open plan • 9’ ceilings

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SANDY BEACH ON RED DEER LAKE ... Excellent recreational property has 4-bdrm., 2 baths, large kitchen area, family room w/gas FP. Nicely treed yard, landscaped lot. Large 25’x50’ garage w/ double doors in front, single in the rear. Be sure to have a look! Really good value here! CA0009512 DAYSLAND – A REAL GEM! ... You’ll say “wow” when you see this beauty! If you demand perfection be sure to view. Beautiful oak floors. Oak is featured throughout. Vaulted ceiling. Bright impressive LR, lovely gas FP. Superb kitchen with large everyday dining area. Garden door to lge. covered patio. MF laundry. Beautiful fully fin. lower level. Oversized htd. garage. Beautiful landscaped yard. CA0001605 Asking $289,900 C O Z Y B U N G A LO W WITH 2 LOTS – KINGMAN ... You’ll love the private treed yard, peacefulness and relaxing lifestyle of the Kingman community! Cozy 2+1 bdrm. bungalow, spacious country kitchen, bright, spacious LR, 1-1/2 baths, partially dev. bsmt. Great yard, good 14’x22’ garage, Edmonton water supply. Easy commute, you’ll want to see this one! Asking $159,900 CA0009756

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Call now for details! Starting from $299,162

• Parkside and walk-outs • 1157 sq. ft. on main floor • Maple hardwood and cabinetry • Granite

EXC E LLE NT F A M I L Y B U N G A L O W, E! AWESOME IC PR N EW YARD, BACKING ONTO PARK! ... Wow! Cul-desac location, close to Jack Stuart School. Spacious 1602 sq. ft., bright open plan, beautiful hardwood flooring, lots of bright windows. Exc. kitchen w/ beautiful cabinetry. Lge. formal dining area, cozy gas FP in family room, lovely LR. Spacious master w/en suite. MF laundry, huge family/games room w/Selkirk stove. Exc. private yard, sunroom, private deck, fenced, RV parking, alley access, a/c and more! A home and yard you’ll love! CA0012488 Now only $377,900 EXCEPTIONAL FAMILY HOME, BEAUTIFUL PRIVATE YARD, BAC K I N G N EW PRIC E! ONTO GOLF COURSE! ... You’ll be impressed by spacious floor plan, family lifestyle, beautiful views, quiet location. Open staircase, oak railings, loft overlooks LR. Exc. kitchen, bright dinette, formal DR, cozy FP in family room. Huge master, superb en suite, MF laundry. Awesome private yard, huge covered deck, RV parking and more. CA0009138 Priced to sell $394,900 – Try an offer! DUGGAN PARK 2-STOREY! ... Awesome cul-de-sac location w/huge REDUCE D! yard. All new triple pane windows plus two new hi-E furnaces. Hardwood flooring in living/dining. 3 bdrm. up, 1 down, 3 living spaces. Large 40’ deck plus firepit, tons of RV parking. Ask $314,500 CA0012281 E XC E P T I O N A L W A L K O U T B U N G A L O W, A M A Z I N G VALLEY VIEWS! PARK VIEW RAVINES ... Premier location on Stoney Creek Valley, walking trails. Quality built condo. Outstanding presentation, thoughtfully designed, beautifully fin. Gorgeous staircase, 3 FP, bamboo flooring, 9’ and vaulted ceilings, lots of bright windows. Exc. kitchen, granite countertops, wonderful great room, DR w/views. Awesome master, en suite. MF laundry, exc. bright walkout bsmt. dev. Amazing bathroom w/beautiful claw tub, steam shower. Superb family room, so much more! If you’re looking for quality and lifestyle, it’s perfect! Asking $609,900 CA0012392 IMPRESSIVE, S PA C I O U S ATTRACTIVE FLOOR PLAN ! ER FF ... custom TRY AN O designed and built, one-owner. 2100 sq. ft. bungalow plus dev. lower level. Lge. inviting foyer, lovely LR, bay window. Lge. formal DR, lge. family kitchen adjoining spacious, inviting family room, vaulted ceiling, brick FP. MF laundry, 4-pce. bath, WI tub, en suite. Lge. master bdrm. 2 garages, both htd. Close to university and schools. Be sure to view. Now only ask $349,500 CA0011536 B E A U T I F U L B U N G A L O W CON DO, IT’S BETTER THAN NEW! ... Just recently completed w/many upgrades, you’ll love its private location and the lifestyle! Bright open plan, vaulted, 9’ ceilings, cozy 3-sided FP, beautiful flooring, exc. kitchen pkg., upgraded appl. Lovely LR w/views of countryside, spacious master, super en suite. Cozy den, MF laundry. Great property and lifestyle! Asking $322,900 CA0009926 AMAZ I NG CUSTOM BUILT WALKOUT BUNGALOW IN WOW! VALLEYVIEW! ... Premier valley and cul-de-sac location. Exceptional quality, impressive floor plan. 10’ and 14’ ceilings, open stairwell, beautiful hardwood flooring, extra large windows, transom windows, plus custom cabinetry, granite throughout. Amazing kitchen, tower cabinets, huge island. Awesome great room, dinette with views. Superb master, 3 cozy FP, MF laundry. Exc. bsmt., in-floor heating, huge family/ games area, custom bar, 3 bdrm. Beautiful yard, huge covered deck, private courtyard, A/C. Superb 25’x35’ garage. Asking $797,700 CA0004426 COME CHECK OUT THIS 5-BDRM. BUNGALOW! ... Open concept home tastefully finished w/warm tones, hardwood floors, new carpet. Fully equipped kitchen w/ lots of prep space. Bsmt. finished w/2 bdrm., creative storage options, new laminate flooring. Curved glass wet bar ideal spot to entertain! Updated windows, hi-E furnace. Fully landscaped back yard w/6-zone sprinkler system. Fantastic location within walking distance to spectacular trails surrounding Mirror Lake. Don’t miss out! Asking $329,900 CA0014362

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WALKOUT GORGEOUS 1638 SQ. FT. A/C WALKOUT BUNGALOW ... overlooking beautiful valley. Lovely kitchen w/centre island, maple cabinets, vaulted ceilings, gas FP, barrel ceiling in hallway, hardwood/ceramic floors, master w/5-pce. en suite, walk-in closet. 24’x24’ garage w/two 8’ doors. Asking $499,900 CA326294

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AWESOME FLOOR PLAN N ... features include open concept kitchen, living and dining rooms, loads of cabinets and counter space, corner pantry, centre island, bright windows, vaulted ceilings in master. 20’x24’ garage and much more! CA13345 Asking $355,900

CAMROSE HOMES UNDER $300,000 C LO S E TO MIRROR LAKE AND JUBILEE PARK! ... Excellent location, zoned R3. Character 1-1/2 storey 3-bdrm. home w/spacious living/dining room, MF laundry, 2 baths, large sun-porch. 59’x120’ lot. Lots of potential! Asking $209,500 CA0005179 EXCELLENT 3-BDRM DUPLEX – CLOSE TO AUGUSTANA UNIVERSITY ... Cul-de-sac location built in 2008. REDUCE D! Attractive staircase, open design, spacious kitchen, great room, bright dinette w/patio doors to deck, great for BBQs. Spacious master. Attched single garage. HE furnace, 6 appl., a/c and more! A great rental or starter property. Now only $239,000 CA0010124 COZY STARTER OR INVESTMENT PROPERTY ... Workable kitchen G! w/oak cabinetry, N EW LI STIN dinette. Laminate flooring in LR. Upgraded 4-pce. bath on main plus 2 bdrm. Bsmt. partially dev. w/lge. family room, 1 bdrm., 2-pce. bath w/shower r/i and laundry room. Shingles replaced 2007, furnace 2000. Single garage, RV parking. Ask $155,000 CA0013543 C UTE AN D FUNCTIONAL 2-BDRM. CONDO ... in convenient setting. Open concept kitchen, DR make this the perfect spot to entertain. Centre island, corner pantry, classic maple cabinets make this home shine. 2 comfortable bdrm. in bsmt. alongside full bath, laundry room. Great parking options, low condo fees make this property desirable and stress free. Ask $173,500 CA0008850 GREAT STARTER HOME OR R E V E N U E PROPERTY ... 1.5-storey w/4 bdrm., MF laundry. 24’x24’ garage, fenced yard. Located in quiet mature area. Now asking $174,900 CA0004376 C HAR M I N G CHARACTER HOME IN SPECIAL RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT! ... Excellent location, only 1/2 block to university, one block to Jubilee Park! You’ll love the home’s character and the lifestyle of this Special Residential District. This cozy and inviting 1-1/2 storey, 5-bdrm. home is nestled within a private treed yard and has lots to offer. Great yard, private decks, attached single garage, alley access. Impressive energy efficient htg. system and more! Asking $259,900 CA0012225 C O Z Y C HARACTE R AND CHARM! ... Central location close to schools, parks and downtown. Many recent upgrades incl. laminate floors, elec. panel/ service, new plumbing, appl., furnace/hw tank, water purifier system. 2 bdrm., 1 bath, updated kitchen w/some new cabinets, tile backsplash. MF laundry, laundry rough-in downstairs. Awesome outdoor space w/new deck/fence, landscaping, dble. detached garage. A perfect fit for any purchaser or that next tenant. CA0010858 Asking $162,500 EXCELLENT 3-BDRM. CONDO ... close to parks and schools. Exc. design! Bright open plan w/lots of windows, impressive vaulted ceilings. Perfect for entertaining, open concept. Exc. kitchen, bright dinette, spacious LR. 3 bdrm., 2 baths, MF laundry, private entrance. First home or an investment, it’s a great opportunity! Quality built, immediate possession! Asking $172,900 CA0014771 VERY ATTRACTIVELY UPGRADED, COZY ... 2-bdrm. bungalow, new shingles, flooring, cupboards, bathroom, windows. Very nicely coordinated paint. 4 appl. Large lot zoned R2A. Nothing to do but move in! Get started here. Only $109,500 CA0015522

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G R EAT CURB APPEAL AND LOTS OF CHARACTER! ... This affordable 3-bdrm. home would be a great starter! Large lot w/nice landscaping, fenced, single garage. Great proximity to downtown, shopping, walking distance to school for the little ones. Lots of upgrades over the years inside and out. Come and take a look at this one! Asking $179,900 CA0009666 C O Z Y B U N G A LO W, CLOSE TO M I R R O R LAKE PARK! ... Only one block from Mirror Lake Park, beautiful walking trails by the lake. Solid 2+2 bdrm. home. Country style kitchen, lovely bright LR, large family room, large laundry/utility room. Nicely landscaped yard, mature trees, concrete patio, 22’x24’ garage, alley access. Hi E furnace and more! A great starter or retirement property. Asking $235,000 CA0011692 L O O K I N G FOR A GREAT O P P O RTU N IT Y? ... Look no further, this could be a great investment that you’ve been waiting for. Needs a lot of TLC, but with some hard work you can turn it into your little dream home, revenue property, or even flip it to make a few bucks! This bungalow is situated near a school, park, downtown shopping. Single garage. Don’t miss out, won’t last long! Asking $115,000 CA0014352 STILL RENTING? GOOD STARTER OR INVESTMENT PROPERTY ... features bright open floor plan, G! N EW LI STIN large LR, DR, country style kitchen, 4 bdrm., 2 baths, dev. bsmt. You’ll love the lge. private deck, courtyard, front veranda. Attractive treed yard, fenced, 22’x22’ garage, alley access. Lots of potential! CA0013961 Asking $169,500 EXC E LLE NT BUNGALOW IN CUL-DE-SAC, BY MIRROR LAKE! G! IN ... Desired locaN EW LI ST tion close to senior centre and only half block from walking trails. You’ll love the yard, peaceful setting, beautifully maintained home. Lovely hardwood flooring, bright bay window in LR. Beautifully renovated country style kitchen, spacious master, dev. bsmt. Exceptional yard w/peaceful, private setting. UG sprinklers. You’ll love the location and lifestyle! Asking $295,700 CA0012639 L I B E R T Y V I L L A G E BU NGALOW – ADU LT ORIENTED COMMUNITY! ... Desired area by Stoney Creek Valley, walking trails. Very well maintained, easy access, low maintenance yard. Great kitchen, lovely bright LR, spacious master, MF laundry. Private covered deck and courtyard. You’ll love the lifestyle! CA0014034 Asking $229,900

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GOOD BI-LEVEL ... located close to schools and rec centre. Take a look! CA0011659 Asking $269,900 MAI NTE NANC E FREE LIVING C LOSE TO D OWNTOWN ... and U of A Augustana C a m p u s . Apartment style condo, no stairs, 2 bdrm., 2 baths incl. 3-pce. en suite. In suite laundry, vinyl windows, covered balcony plus extra storage in bsmt. Great bldg. CA0005235 Asking $187,000 B E A U T I F U L LY U PG RADE D – NOTHING TO DO BUT MOVE IN – A MUST SEE – MOVE QUICK ON THIS! ... Bright 850 sq. ft. 2-bdrm., MF laundry, lge. kitchen, lots of cupboards, lge. LR, beautiful bath., storage room. New appl. No-step access. Garage, nice yard. Be sure to read the long list of materials and improvements. Immediate possession! Only $156,500 CA0015607

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GREAT PLACE TO BUILD YOUR NEW HOME! ... 5.02 acres located in Lakeview Estates on east side of Bittern Lake. Partially treed and partially fenced. Be sure to have a look! CA0015246 Asking $114,900 WOW! IT’S THE PERFECT PLACE TO BUILD YOUR DREAM HIDEAWAY! ... Quiet Hills Estates is located near Miquelon Lake Provincial Park, Bird Sanctuary and Golf Course. Come and discover a restful country lifestyle in a peaceful and natural setting, you’ll love it! 6 unique Cul-de-sac lots that are treed, private and excellent walkout opportunities. Located just off Hwy 623, it’s an easy commute to Nisku or Camrose. Hurry, it’s the lifestyle you always dreamed of! CA0003323 Priced from $84,000 to $154,000 16.48 ACRES ... 5 km east of Holden just off Hwy.14. Peaceful setting, great spot to build. Water line, gas line run through property. Now asking $120,000 CA293010

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! EXCE THE PERFECT PRIVATE TREEDWOW ACREAGE, GETAWAY! ... Very secluded setting w/6.8 acres that offers a restful country lifestyle. Features 1160 sq. ft. 3-bdrm. mobile w/vaulted ceilings, lovely country kitchen, lots of cabinetry. Superb carousel dinette, spacious master, superb en suite. New shingles, siding. Small hobby shop, pole shed, storage sheds. Private getaway w/lots of potential. Call now to view! CA320948 Reduced to $199,900 37+ ACRES 10 MIN. NW OF CAMROSE ... 2200+ sq. ft. character country home plus 1200 sq. ft. entertainment space. Solid barn, 39’x60’ quonset, 24’x24’ garage, dugout, fenced and more! Working country kitchen w/great charm, walk-in pantry, double oven, good counter space. Beautiful hardwood floors, formal dining area, wood FP, library and loft. Mature yardsite, good recreational land or for animals. Great opportunity, see it today! Asking $549,900 CA0000865

BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME ... on this fully treed piece of bare land consisting of 3.76 acres. Only a couple of minutes east of Camrose! CA0004734 Asking $150,000 W O W ! P R I VAT E ACREAGE W/ PEAC E FU L SETTING! G! ... Just what N EW LI STIN you’ve been looking for: close to highways, Hay Lakes, Miquelon Lake. It’s the perfect retreat to enjoy a restful, relaxing lifestyle. You’ll love it! Impressive yard offers spacious 1420 sq. ft. bungalow home, 24’x24’ attached garage plus a 24’x34’ workshop, great for projects and hobbies. Just what you’ve been waiting for, lots of potential! It’s a country lifestyle! Ask $372,900 CA0013404

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OUT OF TOWN

LOOKING FOR AN AFFORDABLE HOME IN THE VILLAGE OF FERINTOSH? ... This 1120 sq. ft., 3-bdrm. home features lge. master w/walk-in closet, 4-pce. en suite w/soaker tub, nice kitchen w/oak cabinets, skylight, nice LR w/vaulted ceiling, 4-pce. bath. Deck, oversized 24’x30’ htd. garage all situated on 100’x120’ lot. CA0012774 Asking $159,000 P eaceful country living … on 5 lots in Kelsey. ! D CE U M anageable RED acreage living on .86 of an acre. 2004 modular on ICF block bsmt. with 9’ ceiling and infloor heat. 1518 sq. ft., 4 bdrm. up, a/c, hardwood/cork flooring, stainless appliances, granite counters, MF laundry and wrap-around deck with hot tub – wow! Well produces over 10 GPM! 24’x40’ Shop with 220 and 10’ door. Awesome opportunity for no hassle acreage living – see it today. Now asking $329,777 CA0007252 L O C AT E D ON LARGE LOT IN ROU N D HILL ... excellent REDUCE D! 1571 sq. ft. fully finished a/c home features in-floor heat, triple pane windows, solid doors, gas FP, MF laundry, additional level wall insulation, awesome kitchen c/w corner pantry, centre island, lots of oak cabinets. Oversized 22.5’x28’ fully finished heated garage w/floor drain, 8’ high door. Too much to note, call today for your personal tour! Asking $305,000 CA0007641 TASTE OF CHARACTER ... in quiet community of Bittern Lake, only 15 min. to Camrose and Wetaskiwin. Perfect mix of country and character. 1.5 storey 2+1 bdrm., 4 pce. bath, spacious living/dining areas w/classic window frames, trim plus wrap-around wood staircase. Bdrm. are generous size, bsmt. is dev. nicely. Single garage, RV parking, new fence, City water. See it today! Asking $167,500 CA0011818

SOLD

S U P E R B AC R E AG E S E T T I N G O F F E R S ! EXC E PTIONAL AY W R O N EW N LIFESTYLE! ... 2.99 acres w/peaceful, private setting. Beautiful custom built bungalow in New Norway. Featuring 9’ ceilings, beautiful hardwood flooring, exc. kitchen, cozy gas FP in spacious LR, superb master, en suite. Exc. bsmt., in-floor htg., huge family/rec/media area. Covered front veranda, huge covered private deck, private courtyard w/firepit. Awesome triple htd. garage. 28’x30’ workshop, village services, more! A perfect lifestyle! Now only $437,900 CA0013818


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#213300. 4.7L V8, six speed auto., air conditioning, 40/20/40 seat, media hub, remote USB port, tilt, AM/FM/Stereo, 4-wheel disc antilock brakes, side & side curtain air bags, HD shocks, locking tailgate, cruise, tinted glass, electronic stability and more.

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19,994

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15892

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bi-weekly, zero down

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#213314. 4.7L V8, six speed auto., air conitioning, SXT pkg., chrome appearance group, 17” alloy wheels, power windows and locks, AM/ FM/Stereo/media hub, tilt, cruise, 4-wheel disc anti-lock brakes, auto headlamps, all season tires and much more!

Brand New!

25,994

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2012 Ram 3500 Crew Cab

37533

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Laramie Diesel 4x4

56,959

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2013 Ram 3500 Crew Cab

29978

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Dually Diesel 4x4

2013 Grand Caravan SXT

#212411. 3.6L V6, six speed auto., 7-pass. front & rear air cond., 19” alloy wheels, heated leather bucket seats, trailer tow prep, power windows & locks, keyless entry, back-up camera, 8.4 touch screen, park assist, AM/FM/CD/DVD/ Last HDD stereo and more. One! bi-weekly, zero down

#213058. 3.6L V6, six speed auto., air cond., power windows and locks, keyless entry, sunscreen glass, Yokohama all season tires, power mirrors, AM/FM/CD/MP3 stereo, tilt/ telescoping wheel and much more. bi-weekly, zero down

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2013 Chrysler 200 LX

#213080. 2.4L DOHC 16-valve engine, air cond., 6-speed auto., North all-season group, remote start, deep tinted glass, AM/FM/CD/DVD/ MP3 stereo, steering audio control, 4-wheel disc anti-lock brakes and more!

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2013 Dodge Dart SE

#213289. 2.4L auto., air conditioning, traction control, premium bucket seats, power windows and locks, keyless entry, AM/FM/CD/MP3 stereo, security alarm, height adjustable seat.

#213148. 2.0L DOHC engine, six speed manual, all-speed traction control, tachometer, tilt/telescoping wheel, trailer sway dampening, 4-wheel disc anti-lock brakes and more.

bi-weekly, zero down

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Mike Rodin

22,994

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Sedan

2013 Dodge Avenger 70

49,994

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2012 Dodge Journey

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bi-weekly, zero down

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#213235. 6.7L Cummins turbo diesel, 6-speed manual, air cond., Brand chrome pkg., tilt, engine brake, trailer tow and brake control, 3.73 New! ratio, dual rear wheels, anti-spin diff., power windows and locks, remote entry, cruise, 4-wh. disc anti-lock brakes, power trailer tow mirrors and more!

36 month financing

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Over the last few years, Battle River School Division has been experiencing changes. In the City of Camrose, that has included: • Having more younger students than older students enrolled in local schools • Some Camrose schools being crowded, others not, as neighborhoods grow and change • An overall change in the number of students During the next 18 months, the school division will undertake a process of review and consultation, to make plans for potential changes in the way we configure our City of Camrose schools. BRSD would like to assure local parents that, as a school division, we are doing our homework to get an accurate picture of the future. While we may be required to take interim steps in Camrose for the fall of September 2013 in order to achieve a manageable number of students at some school sites, there will be an overall, long-term plan developed and there will be opportunities for input from parents and community members. We’re committed to hearing your suggestions and ideas. Please join us for an information session 7 p.m., Tuesday, June 11th Camrose Composite High School commons area.

BATTLE RIVER VIKINGS WIN SILVER MEDAL AT NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS The Camrose Battle River Vikings U15 girls' volleyball club recently competed with 95 other teams in the Western Canadian National Championships in Regina on May 18 to 20. After three days of playing teams from Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the first year Camrose club earned silver medals in Division 2, Tier 4. Team members include (back row, left to right) coach Sue Nelson, Trisha Wildeman, Eve Esch, Rhonda Thygesen, Lauren Brager, Mackenzie Dennis, Riley Marler and coach Bill Smeaton. Front row from left to right, Kristen Brown, Camryn Gau, Ashlyn White and Kiana Smith Missing from the photo Kaleigh Taschuk.

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Open Door Association has eventful year By Dan Jensen

The Camrose Open Door Association recapped an eventful year at its annual general meeting/Just Desserts evening May 16. "We completed our accreditation process successfully and renovated the Keystone Centre dorm building to create a bright clean space for youth in need of housing," said Camrose Open Door executive director Randal Nickel. "In addition, we increased our housing staffing to ensure safety and support for clients and staff." The majority of youth served by the Camrose Open Door Association in 2012-13 were very positive about their experiences. Fifteen of seventeen clients surveyed reported they were better able to meet their needs as a result of the services available at the Camrose Open Door, while seventeen of eighteen surveyed reported they were very comfortable or comfortable talking with Open Door staff. Twenty-four of twenty-six strongly agreed or agreed that Open Door staff genuinely want them to be successful, while twenty-four of twenty-five said they would recommend the Open Door to a friend or family member. Camrose Open Door Association received the support of 400 individuals who donated either time or money. The total fund-raising revenue was up by 13 per cent from the year before, while total donation revenue was up by 33 per cent from the year before. Ten government grants provided $800,000, or 65 per cent of the operating budget. The amount owing on the Keystone Centre mortgage was reduced by just over 20 per cent.

The Camrose Open Door Association board has determined that housing is the key to everything it does. "Without a safe place to go you can't hold down a job, go to school or be healthy," said Nickel. "The first quote in our annual report really highlights that point. That a typical 25-year-old male has a 64 per cent chance of reaching age 75 if he is living in a housing shelter or in secure housing. It has an incredible impact on a person's physical health and it has an incredible impact on mental health." The Augustana campus of the University of Alberta, through the Alberta Centre for Sustainable Rural Communities, is assisting the Camrose Open Door Association by conducting a needs assessment. "They are getting a sense of the housing needs for youth and young adults in our community," said Nickel. "That will hopefully give us some direction on how we want to move forward." Nickel said the Camrose Open Door Association wants to build beyond providing just crisis supports to providing long term benefits. "What we really want to see is to avoid having clients return for each crisis and maybe to build on their resiliency. Camrose Open Door Association provides outreach through supportive housing and a listening ear, peer connections through the Cafe Connections (which provides paid work experience and work development), and community helpers by training and supporting youth and adults to help others. The association also provides professional counselling for youth and families, and support services for adults with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.

Carberry and Block grateful for Open Door

Taylor Block and Sasha Carberry told their stories at the Open Door's Just Desserts evening May 16. By Dan Jensen

Sasha Carberry and Taylor Block would rather not think about where they would be if it wasn't for the Camrose Open Door Association. Block came to the Camrose Open Door for the first time five years ago after he found himself with no place to live. "I was pretty close to death I would say," said Block. "I had no place to go. I don't know what month it was but they

(Camrose Open Door staff) made sure I survived until I could find a place to go." Carberry was recommended to Camrose Open Door by friends after losing her house to fire. "They gave me some really good emotional support and helped me work through everything that was happening in my life," said Carberry. "It has been an experience and a half for sure. You learn lots by coming here, more than

Donna Jean Snyders July 19, 1945 – May 26, 2013

In loving memory of

Kenneth Rudolph Banack September 8, 1924 – May 19, 2013 Ken was born on September 8, 1924, the second son of the late Tom and Agnes Banack. Ken had three brothers Ludick, Lawrence and Dennis, and two sisters Irene and Bernice. Ken married Marie Delowski in Round Hill, AB on July 20, 1947. They raised four children Paulette (Gus) Forget of Medicine Hat, Doug Banack of Camrose, Dale Banack of St. Albert and Darren (Charlene) Banack of Two Hills. He had 11 wonderful grandchildren Mark (Eva), Maria (Barry), Simone (Paul), Andrea (Edward), Michelle, Jody, Matthew (Jennifer), Carla (Kelly), Jason, Brandy and Chantelle; 14 great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. Ken was predeceased by his wife Marie; parents Tom and Agnes; brother Ludick; and his grandchild Mark. Ken had many talents. He enjoyed camping, fishing, crafts, puzzles, glass cutting, clock making and was passionate about keeping his property immaculately landscaped. He was a loving and caring husband, father, grandfather, greatgrandfather, brother, uncle and friend to many. The family would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to the 9-1-1 operator, EMT responders and the Two Hills Hospital staff who cared for our father at this critical time. We would also like to thank Burgar Funeral Home for all the funeral arrangements. Thank you to Father Larry and all who assisted during the Mass, the Royal Canadian Legion for the lunch, and also to family, friends and neighbours for the flowers, food, kind thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. – The Children of Ken Banack

Debbie Mae (Annas) Virtue 1956 – 2013 It is with great sadness the family of Debbie Mae Virtue announces her sudden passing in Edmonton, AB on May 26, 2013 at the age of 56 years. Debbie was born in Hanna, AB on July 2, 1956, the eldest of four children born to Gus and Myrtle Annas. She attained her education in Hanna, then followed in her Mom’s footsteps and went to nursing school and attained her Licensed Practical Nurse Diploma in 1974. She spent 25 years of her nursing career working in St. Mary’s Hospital in Camrose. She had a unique ability in working with all people and had a heartfelt camaraderie with those she encountered in life. She went out of her way to be helpful to others and wanted to make a difference in their lives. Debbie met Roy Virtue in 1998. Roy was the love of her life. Their favourite times were the times they spent together. They loved working in their yard, making it a peaceful oasis. Debbie often said the yard was a tranquil place and she loved being in it. She leaves to mourn her passing her loving husband Roy; her dad Gus; three children Chad, Rob and Kristina; brothers Randy (Lillian) and Ron; sister Diane (Ted); and numerous nieces, nephews aunts, uncles and cousins. Her mother Myrtle predeceased Debbie in 2001. A Service of Remembrance was held on May 31, 2013 at Redeemer Lutheran Church with Rev. Robert Grewe officiating. If friends so desire, donations may be made in Debbie’s memory to Palliser Nursing Home Resident Fund, Box 730 Hanna, AB T0J 1P0. Heartland Funeral Services Ltd. were entrusted with arrangements Phone 403-854-2758

Donna will be forever remembered and sadly missed by her loving children Shelly (Calvin), Alan, Diane (Bill) and Kathy (Mike); grandchildren Amber (Andre), William (Chelsea), Craig, Thomas, Stephanie, Ashliegh, Morgan, Rayanne, Emma-Jean, Jacob and Keegen; two great-grandchildren Kiley and Liam; brother Ron (Merlyne); sisters Irene and Elaine; as well as numerous other nieces, nephews, relatives, in-laws and many friends. She was predeceased by her parents Roy and Elsa Anderson. A memorial service will be held on Monday, June 10, 2013 at Mission Church, Wetaskiwin with burial taking place at Wetaskiwin Memorial Cemetery. Donations are gratefully accepted in Donna’s memory to the Lung Association of Alberta and at ATB for funeral costs.

Irene Streberg Irene B. Streberg of Osoyoos, BC passed away on April 25, 2013 at the age of 70 years. She is survived by her husband Dennis; daughter Susan (Brad Lockhart); grandchildren Ryan (Terra), Carly and Megan; and greatgrandchildren Easton and Sean. She was predeceased by her daughter Shauna Leah. A graveside service will be held in Killam, AB on Friday, June 7, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. followed by a celebration of life at Killam Community Hall at 2:30 p.m. Memorial donations are gratefully accepted to the charity of one’s choice.

Memorial Poems Now available for publication in The Camrose Booster. Ask for our 24-page booklet of poetry. Words of comfort to remember someone special.

For information on The Camrose Booster Obituary Page, contact your funeral director or The Camrose Booster you ever know from anyone telling you." Carberry and Taylor are thankful for the listening ear(s) the Camrose Open Door has provided. "They (Open Door staff) have just been here for us whenever we have needed them," said Carberry. "They don't judge us, no matter what we have done in the past. The only downfall is there are not enough outreach workers to support all of us."

Block and Carberry have made strong friendships since starting to work at the Open Door's Cafe Connections, in the Gateway Centre. "The people here are like my second family," said Block. "That is really the only way that I can put it." Carberry said the most important thing she has learned at the Open Door is not to doubt herself. "I have learned that with the support of the people here

you can handle almost anything that is thrown at you." Block said he has learned how to talk to people who are not his own age. "I was really timid I guess with older people but I have learned how to love and respect everyone in front of me." Block said there are many in the community who are still unaware of the issues that are facing youth. Continued on page 33


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Gladys Batke

Lynn Storeshaw

Mrs. Gladys Batke of Camrose  passed away on Saturday May 25, 2013 at the age of 88 years.  Gladys Mae Batke (nee Ross) was born at home to Percy and Edith Ross on June 10, 1924.  She attended Centennial School and Coal Valley School south of Rosalind, AB. After finishing school, she worked for some families in the district, as many young women did in those days. She told of how she and Elsie Forsyth helped pitch bundles on the threshing crew in the spring of 1942. The mice were so thick they had to tie up their pantlegs with twine. Needless to say, they got lots of teasing from the men on the crew for that! A year later, Gladys was working for Irvin and Irene Cox and went with them to visit the Owen Batke family. There she met her future husband, Oliver Batke. They were married on May 29, 1943. To this union, one son David was born in Camrose, and two daughters, Joy and Judy, were born at the homestead in Manning, AB. Gladys was a good cook, a loving wife and mom. In 1953, Gladys and Oliver were baptized as Jehovah’s Witnesses at Manning, AB and have been active in their faith since that time. This brought them comfort and a hope for the future. Gladys passed away on May 25, 2013 after a short illness. She leaves to mourn her husband Oliver; daughters Joy and Judy; brother Vernon Ross of Manning, AB; six grandsons Michael, Marc, Vincent and Brad Batke, Seann Jackson, and Corey Gerber; as well as seven great-grandchildren. She was loved and will be missed by all. Gladys was predeceased by a daughter Shirley Ann who died in infancy; and her son David in 1990. A funeral service was held on Thursday, May 30, 2013 at 1:00 p.m. from the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witness. Interment has taken place in Valleyview Cemetery, Camrose. Memorial contributions are gratefully acepted to a charity of one’s choice. To send condolences please visit www.burgarfuneralhome.com.

It is with great sorrow that we announce the passing of Lynn Storeshaw of Duhamel on Tuesday, May 28, 2013 at the age of 62 years. After an admirable fight with cancer of over three years, Lynn is once again at peace. She is survived by her loving husband Bill; her daughters Christine and Nicole; her sons-in-law Jeff and Rob; her stepsons Mike and his wife Nicole, Chris and his fiancé Paige; as well as by her grandkids Alexis, Jackson, Victoria, Jeremy, Carson, Kyla, Declan, Curran and Madisyn; her two brothers Ralph and Garth and their families; and by Sandy, mother of Madisyn. Her strength, enthusiasm, positive attitude and large heart will be missed by all who knew her. The world, both human and canine, will never be the same. A Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, June 8, 2013 at 1:00 p.m. from Burgar Memorial Chapel (4817-51 Avenue, Camrose, AB) with Rev. Bonnie Arends officiating. Cremation has taken place. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations are gratefully accepted to St. Mary’s Hospital Foundation, Camrose, AB, specifying Camrose Chemo Clinic and Camrose Palliative Care Ward. To send condolences please visit www.burgarfuneralhome.com.

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William (Bill) Peter Urkow William Peter Urkow was born October 3, 1933 in Haight, Alberta. He passed away peacefully on May 30, 2013 in Spruce Meadows Cottage in Camrose, Alberta at the age of 79 years. He will be lovingly remembered and dearly missed by his wife of 53 years, Donna; his five children Jim (Cathy), Barb (Ed) Prokop, Roger (Shelly), Neil (Rosanne), and Brian (Catherine); 11 grandchildren Angela (Austin) Fairall, Colette (Wes) Zeniuk, Ashley Prokop, Chelsea Prokop (Russ Fodchuk), Brandon (Kristen), Renee (Brett) McCarroll, Adam, Shyla, Braden, Shelby and Chloe; three greatgrandchildren Quinn Urkow, Coy McCarroll and Jaxon Fairall; four brothers Michael, John, Peter and Ted; eight sisters Doris, Alice, Mary, Jean, Margaret, Betty, Patricia and Sonja; and several sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, extended family and friends. He was predeceased by his parents Peter and Annie; sister Olga; brother Nicholas; and two brothersin-law. A prayer service will be held at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, June 4, 2013 at Weber’s Mount Pleasant Chapel in Camrose, Alberta. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 1:00 p.m., Wednesday, June 5, 2013 at St. Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Church. Memorial donations to the Alzheimer’s Society, Alberta Cancer Foundation, The Bethany Group or charity of one’s choice are greatly appreciated.

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Augustana has highest ever number of grads By Dan Jensen

The University of Alberta presented degrees to 160 of this year's 180 Augustana Campus graduates during a spring convocation ceremony in Camrose June 2. "This is the largest graduating class since our merger with the U of A," said Augustana dean Dr. Allen Berger before the start of proceedings. "We have seen continuing growth in enrolment over the last few years and now that is playing out with larger and larger graduating classes." The convocation was special in another way, as well, as it featured the presentation of the Governor General's silver medal to Bachelor of Music degree recipient Elizabeth Carol Anne Clarke, from Fort McMurray, for being one the top three graduates in the University of Alberta. "This is the first time since the merger that Augustana has had a recipient of the Governor General's medal," said dean Berger. University of Alberta Chancellor Ralph B. Young said it is exciting to see young people getting the next point of their careers started. "You see some of the award winners today at Augustana. They are bright young people." University of Alberta board of governors representative Shenaz Jeraj told students during the convocation that they are graduating from an institution that is recognized as one of Canada's leading universities and that the board of governors is confident that the knowledge they have gained through hard work and dedication will serve them well

in the face of opportunities and challenges. "By completing your programs and studies, each of you has achieved a rare level of excellence which will be forever recognized in your university degree." Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development Minister Verlyn Olson told students they are leaving Augustana prepared to deal with ever-changing and unpredictable life experiences. "You have been taught by some of the best at a world class institution. You have been made conscious of the world around you in a way that is going to make you an asset to whatever community you choose to live in." Olson urged students to treat every day as a special gift. "Maximize every opportunity you have, stay resolute in the face of misfortune, and remember that no matter what changes come your way the lessons and friends you have gained here will help sustain you." University of Alberta president Indira Samarasekera encouraged graduates to be proud of their achievements. "This is a day for celebrating your success," said Samarasekera, "for reflecting on all that you learned, for acknowledging all those hours that you have spent in the classroom, the library or laboratory, for reviewing the experiences you have gained in the field." President Samarasekera challenged all the graduates to live a good life. "In our society we tend to equate a good life with an easy life," said Samarasekera. "A life of quickly achieved professional

success, personal enhancements and financial security. While it is my hope that you experience all these things, I want to turn this notion on its head. I want to suggest that a good life is not an easy life but an uneasy one. A good life makes you uncomfortable. It includes diversity, it presents you with difficulties that take all of your knowledge, ingenuity and energy to solve. It tests your fortitude and teaches you the value of failure." President Samarasekera told the graduates they should not underestimate themselves. "Today you have received a degree from the University of Alberta. If we have done our job well we have challenged you to work very hard, to stretch yourself intellectually and creatively. We have asked you to get out of your comfort zone and forced you to ask tough questions of yourself. Now I want you to go out to seize the opportunity, to build the new organizations, industries and institutions our society obviously needs. Your generation is much more equitable, open and tolerant than mine or your parents'. You can be the generation that comes up with the solutions we need to solve." President Samarasekera said throughout the history of the U of A graduates and degree recipients have been inspired by two fundamental values on which the University of Alberta is built: the pursuit of truth and the call to use knowledge for the uplifting of the whole people. "We need you to live a good life and I know you can and will."

University of Alberta Chancellor Ralph B. Young congratulates Elizabeth Carol Anne Clark, who received the Governor General's medal for being one of the U of A's top three graduates.

Augustana dean Dr. Allen Berger presents a Bachelor of Arts degree to Lauren Marie Brookes, from Camrose.

Honorary degree presented to Sharon Butala By Dan Jensen

U of A president Indira Samarasekera leads graduates in a pledge to faithfully observe and loyally to maintain the statutes, customs, privileges and liberties of their university.

Sharon Butala speaks to Augustana grads.

The University of Alberta presented the honorary degree of Doctor of Letters to author Sharon Butala at Augustana's spring convocation June 2. Butala has shared her environmental and feminist insights into life on the Canadian prairies for the last 30 years. She has published 16 books, dozens of articles and essays, and five produced plays. Butala was nominated for the honorary degree by Augustana. "It was two members of our English faculty who brought forth the idea that Augustana ought to make this nomination," said Augustana dean Dr. Allen Berger. "We had known Sharon from before because she was a visiting writer here on campus, and a guest in a number of our classes." Butala has won several literary and a few conservation awards, and been shortlisted for Canada's most important national literacy awards. Since the early 1990s dozens of masters' theses and doctoral dissertations have been written on her work at universities across North America." Butala believes that First Nation cultures support values that are essential to preserving humankind's proper

University of Alberta Chancellor Ralph B. Young prepares to present an honourary Doctor of Letters degree to Sharon Butala.

relationship with the land and therefore, to preserving the land itself. "Her conjoined examinations of nature, human creativity, identity and spirituality – and her writing's location on the Canadian prairie – make her contributions to Canadian arts and letters original, important and enduring," said Augustana English professor Roxanne Harde.

Butala and her late husband, Peter Butala, donated a portion of their ranch to the Nature Conservancy of Canada in 1996. "She helped preserve forever one of the few remaining pieces of natural prairie grassland, untouched by the plough," said Augustana English professor and associate dean Harry Prest. "Now called the Old Man on His Back

Prairie and Heritage Conservation Area, their former ranch has become a preserve where several threatened species of wildlife can now flourish once more. It seems most fitting that, having shared her vision of this inspiring landscape with her readers for many years, she and Peter have found a way to share the landscape itself with all of us forever." Butala said she considers it a special honour to receive an honorary degree from a rural institution like Augustana. "To see the people coming in and to have some of the senators and people with rural backgrounds themselves, women in particular, speaking to me about my books, that is a thrill." Butala said it is very moving to hear people talk about how her books have spoken to them and their lives. Butala encouraged graduates to find and follow their inner drive. "Try not to let making a living or being a success overwhelm you, possess you entirely," she said, "but leave room for that creative urge that lives inside all of us and will express itself in myriad ways if we allow it. To stifle it completely is to stifle the soul."


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Style and technology come together in a bold new way in the 2013 Ford Edge at Lamb Ford Sales, Camrose. "Our customers are going to love it," said Lamb Ford Sales sales manager Brett Read. "It is definitely a vehicle that stands out above the crowd." Performance The 3.5 litre V6 produces 285 horsepower and 253 lb.-ft. of torque, while the 3.7 litre twin-independent variable cam timing V6 delivers 305 horsepower and 280 lb.-ft. of torque, all on regular fuel. Both engines are teamed with a six-speed automatic transmission. The SelectShift automatic transmission is standard on the Edge SEL and Limited series. SelectShift gives the driver total control over gear selection and performance. Upshifts, for instance, are not commanded at redline, and downshifts are allowed at the lowest gear possible as defined by the engine. When a lower gear is selected while descending a long downhill grade, SelectShift will hold that gear until the driver manually upshifts, or returns to the fully automatic setting. A new 2.0 litre EcoBoost I-4 engine delivers 15 per cent fuel economy improvements over the 3.5 litre V6 when mated to a six-speed transmission. "The engine offers the performance feel of a sixcylinder," said Read. Driving experience Eighteen-inch tires, standard on the Edge SEL and Edge Limited, provide a more engaging steering feel. Twenty-inch tires are optional on Edge Limited, while Edge Sport has class-exclusive 22-inch wheels standard. Shocks, springs and the stabilizer bar have been adjusted to tighten handling. The shocks now feature a high-flow piston, which allows engineers to tune for both road loads and driving dynamics, without compromising ride for handling, or vice versa. The result is a

flatter response through turns and over hills, while still providing a comfortable ride. Brake related features include Hill Start Assist, which reduces rollback on hills, Trailer Sway Control, which provides greater towing stability when equipped for trailer tow, Hydraulic Brake Assist, which provides greater braking force in emergency stops, and Adaptive Cruise Control and Collision Warning with Brake Support, which helps reduce speed and automatically pre-charges brakes and engages an electronic brake assist system to help drivers stop more quickly when the system detects a collision is imminent. Interior The Ford Edge SE is well equipped with clothtrimmed seats and single-zone manual air conditioning. The SEL gets unique cloth-trimmed seats, a six-way driver seat, and dual-zone electronic automatic temperature control. MyFord Touch driver connect technology provides

a smarter, safer, simpler way to connect drivers with incar technologies and their digital lives. It replaces traditional vehicle buttons, knobs and gauges with clear, crisp LEC screens and five-way controls like those found on cell phones and MP3 playCraig Beddoes ers. Two 4.2-inch full-colour Lamb Ford Sales LCD screens flank an analogue speedometer and an eight-inch touch-screen LCD at the top of the centre stack. A five-way switch on each side of the steering wheel crossbar controls the information displayed on the corresponding instrument panel screens. The screens can be personalized to display information relevant to each individual driver using a simple button click, voice command or touch-screen tap. Safety The advanced Personal Safety System uses sophisticated sensors to optimize deployment of the dual-stage front airbags in certain frontal collisions. Front-seat side airbags deploy in certain side-impact collisions, while the Safety Canopy system increases protection with a rollover sensor and side-curtain airbags. Each standard sideview mirror features an integrated convex blind spot mirror that helps identify vehicles and objects nearby, so you can avoid them. So that you and your passengers can be easily located, the SOS Post-Crash Alert System will automatically flash the hazard lights and sound the horn after an airbag has deployed or a safety belt pretensioner has activated in certain collisions. Warranty The basic warranty on Ford Edge is three years or 60,000 km. The Powertrain Limited Warranty is five years or 100,000 km.

See the 2013 Ford Edge at Lamb Ford Sales, Highway 13 East, Camrose. Phone (780) 672-2411, or toll free 1-800-994-9953.


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NEED PARKING SPACE/ SPRING CLEAN-UP – Get rid of your unwanted vehicles. Free removal. Same day service in most cases. Cash for some older models, 30s - 60s. Call Ken, 780-878-1212 or 780-672-6333.

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2003 TOYOTA COROLLA SPORT – Excellent condition, 28,300 km. Extra set of tires. All maintenance records. AM/FM plus CD player. Black exterior, $8,200. Call 780-672-2643. 2006 NISSAN MURANO SE AWD – Grey. Loaded, including dual air, backup camera and 6 CD changer. Extra set of tires. All maintenance records. New battery with three-year AMA warranty, $15,495. Call 780672-2643. 2005 KIA SORENTO EX – White/grey trim. V-6, 145,000 km., fully loaded, leather. New windshield, new battery, tuned up and serviced. Non-smoker, clean, excellent condition. Asking $9,000 obo. Ph. 780-672-4250. 2005 GMC JIMMY – Well equipped, new tires, $5,500. Ph. 780-672-7962.

1991 KUSTOM KOACH FIFTH WHEEL – 22.5 ft. Asking $8,500. Ph 780-679-0240. TRIPLE ‘E’ RV, CLASS A, 30 FT. – Ford V10 chassis, two slide-outs, four jacks, back-up camera and many more extras. Only 6,700 km. on it. Ph. Arnie, 780662-2791. 2002 HITCHHIKER II LS 5TH WHEEL TRAILER – 29.5 ft., two slide-outs, awning, a/c, tub, shower, sound system, oak cabinets. If you like luxury living at the lake or wintering in warmer climates, this trailer has it all. Ph. 780-672-3008 for more information. 1997 MALLARD BY FLEETWOOD 5TH WHEEL – 24.5 ft., a/c vents run through ceiling, low km., c.w. wiring, plug and trailer hitch, sleeps 5, new battery, two 30 lb. propane tanks, good tires, great shape, c/w leveling jacks. Asking $6,900. Ph. 780374-0222.

RARE FLEETWOOD ORBIT 27 FT. BUMPER PULL TYPE TRAILER – Full 4’ x 16’ slider, heated tanks, inside/outside stereo system, gas/electric fridge, water heater. Outside barbecue connector, lots of storage inside and out. $14,900 obo. Ph. 780-679-8901, 780-373-2616.

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1998 KUSTOM KOACH 29 FT. HOLIDAY TRAILER – Excellent condition. New batteries, propane bottles. Front queen bed, kitchen skylight, $8,800. Ph. 780-878-1889. 2004 DAMON INTRUDER CLASS A MOTORHOME – 8.1L gas engine, Workhorse custom chassis, Allison transmission, heated holding tanks, fully contained plumbing system, fully equipped coach with many extras. 36.9 ft., two slides, well maintained. Ph. 780374-2244, 780-678-9421. LUND 12 FT. FISHING BOAT – 15 hp Evinrude motor, accessories, EZ boat loader for halfton. Always shedded. 780-889-2113.

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Murray Green, Camrose Booster Griffin Loronz of OLMP School makes a jump of 8.73 metres in the Grade 7 boys' triple jump event at the divisional track meet on May 28. Tristan Hewitt of Bashaw, Griffin and Erik Pudlowski of Charlie Killam School placed in the top three. However, Eric went on to win the aggregate title in his age group. By Murray Green

Five of the six aggregate track and field junior high titles went to Charlie Killam School students at the divisional meet on May 28. CKS swept the girls' side. Kady Isnor was the top athlete in Grade 7, Megan Olsen received the most points in Grade 8 and Braxtyn Horbay earned the aggregate award in Grade 9. In Grade 7 boys', Erik Pudlowski of CKS was the winner, Grade 8 boys' top athlete was Tim McKay of CKS and Scott Kohlman of Bashaw spoiled the sweep by earning the most points in Grade 9. The CKS track athletes received 801 points and Our Lady of Mount Pleasant was next with 652 points. New Norway placed third with 391 points, Bashaw had 255, Bawlf recorded 234 and Rosalind earned 50 points.

"There are so many problems for youth in this town, considering how small it is compared to the other places I have been. I just wish everybody could come see and know everything that is going on with everybody." Carberry said it is important that older people try to understand the difficulties young people sometimes experience. "I advise them not to judge, because you know there is more to what is going on than they see. It is hard because older people and younger people don't really see eye to eye that much." Camrose Open Door executive director Randal Nickel said he appreciates seeing the smiling faces of Carberry and Block. "They may have had a hard day or weekend but they still have a warm greeting for me and the rest of the staff when we arrive every morning. I very much appreciate that."

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Arts, City and university reps search for Performing Arts Centre theatre manager By Christopher Thrall

A Canada-wide search has been launched for a suitable candidate to run the new Performing Arts Centre (PAC) in Camrose. A committed team has already begun to review the applications – coming in from as far as Nova Scotia and as close as Camrose – with the intention to interview finalists by midJune. The new Theatre Manager will start in September and immediately begin preparations for programming in 2014. “We’re taking this search very seriously,” says Mayor Marshall Chalmers, who, along with Augustana Dean Dr. Allen Berger, represents the new facility’s Management Council on the search committee. “The Manager for the new Performing Arts Centre has to be a leader who can promote events, forge partnerships with arts and community groups in the city, plus manage a budget and staff.” The position advertisement has run on websites such as Theatre Alberta, the Cultural Careers Council in Ontario, and the Alliance for Arts and Culture in Vancouver. “In addition to interviewing with the search committee, finalists will meet with members of the Camrose arts community,” says Dean Berger. “Their input on the new Theatre Manager will help ensure we make a good decision.” Besides the two members from the Management Council, the search committee includes representation from the City of Camrose, the University of Alberta’s Augustana Campus, and the arts community. The president of the Bailey Theatre Society, Judy McLean, jumped at the opportunity to help select the right person. Her involvement guarantees – right from the start – the importance of a strong

collaborative relationship between PAC and the Bailey. “As we continue to grow arts and culture in Camrose,” says Ms. McLean, “I see a synergy between the historical Bailey Theatre, the Performing Arts Centre, local arts organizations, and Augustana’s music, drama, and visual art programs as key to building a vibrant and exciting cultural scene.” Other members of the search committee include Camrose Director of Community Services Paul Neilsen and Augustana Director of Development Bonnie Anderson. Nielsen indicated that he is seeking the best person to integrate into the cultural community as a whole. Anderson – a musician, former music educator and arts administrator – will help ensure that the committee hires someone who will successfully promote the venue and raise funds for programming and operations. The final member of the search committee is the professional theatre consultant who has been part of the project from the beginning. “A Theatre Manager represents the Performing Arts Centre to the public, the media and the performing arts industry at large,” says Richard Schick of Schick Shiner and Associates. Schick seeks a candidate who promises to establish effective working relationships with municipal and university officials, the media, artists, board members, other arts groups, sponsors, local schools, volunteers, and patrons. “We’re doing this search right,” says Mayor Chalmers. “Our expectations are high, so we’ve spread the widest possible net. I believe we are going to meet some quality applicants from across Canada who will have the vision we seek for the Performing Arts Centre as it begins to serve our community.”

CAMROSE SPECIAL OLYMPICS SWIMMERS

Murray Green, Camrose Booster The Camrose Special Olympics swimming team brought home several medals from the provincial meet in Red Deer. Coach Laura Zwack, left, and athletes Marianne Collinge, Naomi Rust, Dennis Sturak and Kyle Atkinson were proud to wear their medals. Marianne placed second in the 25m backstroke, second in the 25m freestyle, first in the 50m backstroke and third in the 50m free style. Naomi was third in the 25m backstroke, first in the 50m backstroke and third in the 50m freestyle. Denis was first in the 25m freestyle and Kyle was third in the 50m backstroke and second in the 50m freestyle.

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Fun, food and bargains at 56th Jaywalkers' Jamboree

The 56th annual Jaywalkers' Jamboree May 31 and June 1 featured lots of food, fun and bargains for the entire family. Photos clockwise from top left: Gerry Lane, a.k.a. Mr. Banjo entertained jaywalkers just before noon on Friday. Dax Glidden seemed to enjoy his horse ride on the West Coast Amusements carousel. Ann Bilyk contemplates the purchase of a shirt for her granddaughter, Lyric Marshall. Diane Gotaas gives the thumbs up while modelling a Hockey Canada mask and jersey. Brothers Jaden, left, and Bentley Charles of Donalda face off in hockey action with sticks won at Jaywalkers. Gord Graham sinks his teeth into a delicious corn on the cob.


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ANNOUNCEMENTS SEE THE AUTOMOTIVE SECTION STARTING ON PAGE 32 for more classified ads about cars, trucks, campers, RVs, automotive services and ATVs WEDDING DRESS MISTAKE? – If your error was putting it on once, fix the mistake. Sell your dress with a Camrose Booster classified. Phone 780-672-3142. ROUND HILL ELKS’ ANNUAL STEAK FRY – Sat., June 8, Round Hill Community Hall. Tickets are $20 each and must be bought in advance. Cocktails: 6 - 7 p.m.; Supper: 7 - 9 p.m. Dance to follow. For tickets call: Allan, 780-608-9483, Dave, 780-672-3923, or John, 780-672-6074. ROUND HILL AG SOCIETY FARMERS’ DAY PICNIC, TWILIGHT AUCTION – June 7. Potluck supper, 6:00 p.m. Bring salad or dessert. Auction to follow. Items gratefully accepted. THE CAMROSE SENIOR SOCIETY will be recognizing Seniors’ Week on June 6 at the Mirror Lake Centre in the card room from 10 a.m. to noon. Please come and join us to learn about the many clubs that we sponsor and check out the new digs. Coffee and goodies will be available for everyone.

ATTENTION GRADE 12 STUDENTS! The Camrose Legion Ladies’ Auxilliary is offering a bursary of $500 to any Grade 12 student planning to further his/her education. Applicants must be enrolled in current term of Grade 12 or have graduated in the previous year. Applications must be sumitted on or before September 1, 2013. Further requirements are enclosed with the applications which are available at the Legion office. As well, applications are available at the Legion to apply for a bursary through the Provincial Ladies’ Auxilliary which are to be directed to Calgary. These applications must be submited on or before August 31, 2013. For further information, call Jean, 780-877-2611. TOFIELD DANCE CLUB – NEW VENUE: Ryley Community Hall, 49 St. and 50 Ave., Ryley, AB. WHEN: June 8, 2013 second Saturday of the month, 8:00 p.m. to midnight. Lunch served at 10:30 p.m. BAND: Diamonds. GREAT BAND AND DANCE FLOOR! For more information contact Doreen or Richard Strong, 780-662-4941 or email: rich.dor6570@yahoo.ca DINANT AND DISTRICT SCHOOL REUNION – Wednesday, June 19, 2013, 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Norsemen Inn, Camrose. Cost: $30, buffet meal included. All former students and community members welcome. LEISHA ENDRES and DUSTY BROWN would like to extend an invitation to friends to our Open House and Dance to celebrate our wedding June 8 at 8:00 p.m. at Rosalind Community Hall. ROUND HILL RECREATION SITE GRAND OPENING ON SAT., JUNE 1 – 50/50 draw prize was not claimed. The blue ticket number drawn was 372702. If you have this ticket, call Humphrey, 780-672-6068, by June 20 to claim your prize. If not claimed, the money will be donated to a charity.

THANK YOU I WOULD LIKE TO THANK all the staff, nurses and doctors at the Daysland Health Centre for the excellent care and kindness I received while I was a patient at the hospital. God bless you all. – Orlean Mickla

PERSONAL DRINKING A PROBLEM? Alcoholics Anonymous, call 780672-9903. LOST THAT LOVING FEELING? Find it with a personal ad in The Camrose Booster classifieds. Ph. 780-672-3142. LONELY 50-YEAR-OLD GENTLEMAN – Looking for a girlfriend. 780-672-2755, 780679-9228.

WANTED WILL ACCEPT OLD VEHICLES, machinery, scrap iron, etc. Car batteries (will pay for). Call 780-672-6917 or 780-686-5211.

PETS/PET SUPPLIES BATTLE RIVER VETERINARY SERVICES Practice Limited to Companion Animals Experienced Professionals Providing Quality Care and Service 780-672-6999 5208-51 Avenue, Camrose

MATT’S FRAMING Residential and Commercial Will frame .houses, garages, shops Reasonable rates Call 780-781-5701 for your free estimate J.D.’s SMALL ENGINE REPAIR, SALES & SERVICE – Ph. 1-780-672-7649. EXCESS GARBAGE

TO GIVE AWAY FRIENDLY FARM KITTENS – Ph. 780-855-3806.

EMPLOYMENT WANTED 2ND BEST PAINTER IN TOWN – 30 years’ experience for all your painting needs. Call Rick the Painter, 780-672-0391.

Junk to the Dump? City and County Collection County Enviro Pick-up Dan, 780-608-0604 COMPUTER REPAIR – Full service, including virus removal. Weekend and emergency after hours repair. Free pick up for seniors. Call 780-672-1763 today! RETRO REPAINT

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Class 1, 2 or 4 Drivers for Taxi Less than 4 demerits Friendly personality Good driving habits, experience P/T, F/T, Days or Nights Police information check required ROSE CITY TAXI 780-672-1003

SERVICES JUNK TO THE DUMP – Free estimates. Garages, basements, light hauling. 780-678-1847 (cell), Tom. WE SELL RUBBER STAMPS, stamp pads, and stamp pad ink. Camrose Booster Ltd., 4925-48 St., Camrose. COMPLETE TILING SERVICE Specializing in backsplashes, tub surrounds and all types of wall. Patricia Fielding, Lady Tiler 780-672-3622 R.J.’S CONSTRUCTION Renovations, bathrooms, additions and repairs Shingling, garages, concrete work Arborite and tiles 20 years’ experience in Camrose Call Rob, 780-672-0521 LaCRIA TRUCKING Potable Water Hauling Residential, Commercial, Oilfield Gerald and Marla Steinwand, owners PHONE 780-679-9134 McTAVISH DELIVERIES LTD. Local and long distance moving Storage Insured and bonded Where your business is appreciated 780-672-5242, Camrose THE SHIRT OFF MY BACK TAILORING Full alteration and custom sewing service. Tues. - Fri. 10-6, Thurs., 10-8, Sat., 9-4 4937-49 Street, Camrose, AB (East of the Main Post Office) Ph. 780-672-4793 TOTAL FOOT CARE, 780672-3993. Have a specially trained RN visit you.

Specializing in acreages, farms and commercial properties. Interior or exterior. Reliable, reasonable, with quality that lasts! Estimates: 780-678-5624

FOR RENT FOR RENT ADS NOW UPLOADED TO The Camrose Booster Website DAILY! KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS HALL FOR RENT, Ph. 780672-8620. CAMROSE MOOSE HALL FOR RENT Ideal for weddings, banquets, any celebration or special occasion. Call 780-672-2695 ASK ABOUT OUR SPECIAL AT GRAND PARK VILLAGE – Large one and two bedroom suites starting at $650 for one bedroom and $700 for two bedrooms. Hurry! Deals like this won’t last. Call today for a viewing, 780-281-0426 www.firesidepropertygroup.com ATTR ACTIVE TWO -BEDROOM SUITE – Quiet, well maintained, five appliances. Available July 1. Ph. 780-608-3131. MID-CITY PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, 1017197 Alberta Ltd. For All Your Rental Needs We have: • Houses • Duplexes • 4-Plexes • Condos •Apartments • Storage and more! Call 780-672-0662 for more info and listings or visit our ads on Kijiji OFFICE SPACE in Camrose business centre. Ph. 780-781-1430 or 780-608-5629. BEAUTIFUL HISTORICAL HOME – Must see to appreciate. Three large bedrooms plus two, four baths, in-law suite available, two laundry rooms. Garage/parking/ deck, large lot, quiet. Small pet friendly. No smoking, no partiers. $1,950/mo. plus utilities, plus DD. Ph. 780-271-5399.

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ASPEN TERRACE Modern, spacious, clean Includes fridge, stove, dishwasher, in-suite washer/dryer Heat, hot water, parking included Pet friendly In quiet surroundings All amenities within walking distance One- and Two-bedroom suites available Call office 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday - Friday 780-672-8681 Visit us on Kijiji HOUSE ONE BLOCK FROM AUGUSTANA – Three-bedroom suite up, three-bedroom suite down, shared laundry. Ph. 780-855-2240. TAMARACK PLACE, a Senior Friendly Community We are now accepting applications for our two-bedroom suites. Each suite has five appliances, including a washer, dryer and window coverings. We are a smoke- and pet-free building featuring a social room, elevators and a manager on site. Office hours are 9 - 12, Monday to Friday. Please call 780-678-2621 for appointment. TWO-BEDROOM APARTMENT – Newly renovated w/balcony. On upper floor at 4806-46 St. Available now. $750/mo. includes heat and water. No pets, smokers or partiers. Mature working adults welcome. Ph. 780672-5369. FOUR-BEDROOM NEWLY RENOVATED DUPLEX – Double garage, across from park. $1,200/mo., $1,200 DD. Ph. 780-387-6521.

HOUSEHOLD TABLE w/six chairs, $150; TV stand with TV, $50; Ironing board, $10; Rocking chair w/stool, $20 obo. 780-608-1711. GENUINE LEATHER SOFA/ LOVESEAT/ARMCHAIR – Dark brown, excellent condition, Natuzzi. $1,000; Oak dining room suite - table/leaf, six chairs, buffet and hutch, $500; Coffee table/end tables, dark brown wood, $150. Ph. 780-679-4214. TWIN BED – Cream colored headboard and nightstand included, brand new mattress/box spring, bedding negotiable, $225. Ph. 780679-4322 after 5:00 p.m.

LIVESTOCK/FEED BEEF UP YOUR CATTLE SALES – Advertise in The Camrose Booster. Phone 780-672-3142. GELBVIEH BULLS FOR SALE – Yearling and two-year-olds, semen tested. 780-672-9950. RED ANGUS yearling and twoyear-old bulls. Low birth weights. Ph. 780-975-6531 or 780-361-7730. BLACK ANGUS BULLS – Ph. 780-672-3555. PUREBRED BLACK ANGUS BULL FOR SALE – Two years old, 92 lbs. birth weight. Semen test included. Sired by KCF Bennet Total. Call 780-688-2043 for more information. BLACK ANGUS YEARLING BULLS – Suitable for heifers or cows. Call Dave Trautman at 780781-1973.


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CLASSIFIED ADS (Continued) MACHINERY SWATHER NO LONGER ‘CUTTING THE MUSTARD?’ Call The Camrose Booster Classifieds, 780-672-3142.

SEED BRIGHT’S SEED New Norway WHEAT Cert. Harvest – HRS Cert. Foremost – CPS BARLEY Certified Cowboy OATS Seed Oats Ph. 1-780-855-2240 Cell 1-780-678-6329 email: briseed@mailhub.ca

WELL-BUILT RANCH HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER – Was the area Show Home. Three bedrooms, 1,215 sq. ft. with heated double attached garage. New furnace, hot water tank and shingles plus fresh paint and new floors. Immaculate, well maintained and affordable, $262,000. Call 780- 679-0072 or 587-322-3227 to view. See us on Kijiji. 51207 RR 193, BEAVER COUNTY – 20.65 acres of real country living. Seven minutes to Tofield, 25 minutes to Camrose. 2009 RTM manufactured home, fenced and cross-fenced, ready for livestock. Asking $417,900. Nicole, 780-803-7098.

$1,000 Bowl For The Green Winner

MISCELLANEOUS PIPE — 1 1/2”, 2 3/8”, 2 7/8”, 3 1/2”, sucker rod 5/8”, 3/4”, 7/8”, plain or scraper type. Other pipe and metal available. 1-800-661-7858.

HAY TECH COMMON ALFALFA SEED – Bred for HiBred vigor. $2.95 per lb. Ph. Dennis Dylke, 780-374-3877, Daysland.

SEE THE AUTOMOTIVE SECTION STARTING ON PAGE 32 for more classified ads about cars, trucks, campers, RVs, automotive services and ATVs

REAL ESTATE WOW! GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY – Beautiful newer four-suite building in a quiet part of town. Live in one; rent the others. Ultra low maintenance, energy efficient, spare lot for future development. May consider house as part trade. Won’t last long! Ph. 780-608-3131. FIVE-YEAR-OLD HOME FOR SALE – Two-storey, three-bedroom, 1 1/2 baths on west side of Camrose. $10,000 off market price. Quick possession. Email: fjenkins@atb.com or phone Fran toll-free 1-855-375-5022. 1988 REGENT 28’ X 70’ MODULAR HOME TO BE MOVED – Country kitchen, three bedrooms, large en suite re-done with Jacuzzi tub plus other upgrades. Asking $60,000 obo. 780-662-3829 or 780913-2214, cell. BEAUTIFUL HISTORICAL HOME – Original hardwood and trim, three plus two bedrooms, four bathrooms. Can be used as three suites. Garage parking, double lot. Ph. 780-271-5399.

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Camrose Booster publisher Blain Fowler (left) with bowler extraordinaire Jason Selby and his son Tyson

MTD (YARDWORKS) 6 HP MULCH OR BAG LAWN MOWER – Excellent condition, $100 obo. Ph. 780-672-7003. BLUE BUMBO CHAIR W/ TRAY – Great shape, $25. Ph. 780672-6507. DARK WOODEN HIGH CHAIR – Great shape, $25. Ph. 780-672-6507.

GARAGE SALES MOVING SALE, 6210-53 AVE. – Single bed, futon, kitchen set, office chair, golf clubs, books. June 7 and 8, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. MULTI-FAMILY GARAGE SALE – 7.5 km. east of Camrose on Correction Line, Thurs., June 6, Fri., June 7, and Sat., June 8, 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Really good crowd, excellent weather, and a terrific annual Jaywalkers’ activity for all age groups. As usual, Bowl For The Green, which is offered annually by Hauser Home Hardware Building Centre and The Camrose Booster, was the scene of thousands of bowling balls being lobbed, hurled and otherwise manoeuvred (often with a silent prayer) down the one hundred foot course. Over the course of two days, 104 individuals managed to make their “bowling ball” disappear through one of the four elusive holes at the end of the temporary bowling alley. But there could only be one grand prize winner of $1,000 (spendable at Hauser Home Hardware Building Centre or an advertiser or combination of advertisers from the Jaywalkers’ Jamboree Super Booster edition). Successful striker #88, Jason Selby of Camrose, rolled his ball for the decisive win in the first round of play-off action. Thanks to all who participated in the event. All money raised – $3,855 – was directed to Camrose Minor Hockey, the majority going to the female hockey program for the coming season.

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The ideal candidate will have a solid and proven track record in management, sales, and marketing. A background in signs, creative and graphic arts would be an advantage. Preference will be given to candidates with proven interpersonal, organizational, presentation and computer skills.

To apply, please forward your resumé to or contact: Brett Browne Declare Brands, 4225-38 Street, Camrose, AB T4V 3Z3 Phone: 780-781-7446 Fax: 780-672-8732 Email: bbrowne@declarebrands.com Web: www.declarebrands.com

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Individuals are able to place classified ads without charge provided message relates to a personal possession and does not form part of a profession, trade or business. Any ad designed to produce an income is regarded as commercial advertising and must be a PAID AD.

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www.selmacsales.com 52nd Street and Hwy. 13 Phone 780-386-3755 Selmac Sales (2007) Ltd. is a three-store Massey Ferguson and Challenger dealership. We pride ourselves on having great people and creating a positive, rewarding workplace environment for everyone. Our Lougheed location is currently accepting resumés for the position of:

Join our TEAM and work in an environment that is both rewarding and positive!

Please forward resumés to: Lars Gauthier, Sales Manager, Lougheed Box 297, Lougheed, AB T0B 2V0, fax 780-386-2469 or email lgauthier@selmacsales.com

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BUSINESS KEEPS BUILDING AT HAUSER HOME HARDWARE WE’RE HIRING! Customer Service Sales Counter Associate Full-time position – never a dull moment. Stay busy helping our wide diversity of devoted clients. Position requires basic knowledge of building materials. Cost estimating and materials evaluating for small jobs is part of the job. Come apply today!

Benefits of working at Hauser Home Hardware Building Centre • an exciting retail work environment • competitive wages • opportunities for advancement • a clean, safe working environment

• opportunity to learn about the thousands of products Home carries • opportunity to help customers live better lives

Apply with resumé… 6809-48 Avenue, Camrose Phone 780-672-8818 Fax 780-672-8809 Email jill@hhbccamrose.ca

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL for a Photographer for a Minor Hockey Association Tofield Minor Hockey Association is seeking qualified photographers to submit a proposal to administer their expertise to capture individual and team photographs. Tofield Minor Hockey Association has, but is not limited to, 150 hockey players from Tom Thumb to Midget levels including a female team. The scope of the work will include taking the photographs (individual and team), editing and printing the photographs. Such person is also responsible to collect additional photo requests, and provide an individual (3”x5”) and team (5”x7”) photo per player in a memory mate frame. The proposal must include a financial proposal. All bids can be sent to: Sandra Codd – Vice President of Off-Ice Operations Tofield Minor Hockey Association Box 275, Tofield, Alberta T0B 4J0 Closing date: July 31, 2013 Any inquiries can be emailed to: wscodds@telus.net

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News and Notices from The City of Camrose @CityofCamrose

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Employment Opportunity PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

FULL-TIME AGRICULTURAL SALES REPRESENTATIVE(S)

We’re looking for someone who: • has an outgoing personality • enjoys meeting with many different people and personalities • is a team player • is able to work independently and aggressively • is goal oriented • is able to ‘think outside the box’ • strives to learn and improve oneself We’ll give preference to individuals with: • previous agricultural equipment sales experience • experience with enthusiasm about agricultural equipment We’d like to offer you: • an exemplary health and dental benefits package; matching RRSP plan • a competitive wage

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The City of Camrose is seeking a highly motivated, energetic and reliable individual with a strong aptitude in customer service to join the Planning & Development section of Engineering Services as the Planning & Development Administrative Assistant. FUNCTIONS: • Provides front counter and telephone assistance to the public, developers and contractors • Responds to enquiries regarding zoning, lot size, and land use bylaw • Prepares purchase orders and invoices • Maintains and updates departmental records (Laser fiche) • Prepares and organizes reports • Provides administrative support to Director of Planning & Development and Development Officers • Compliance Certificate and Permit Approval under the direction of the Director of Planning & Development QUALIFICATIONS: • Post-secondary training in administration or related discipline; and/or equivalent work experience • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite • Reliable with a strong work ethic • Courteous, friendly and professional • Strong written and verbal communication skills • Ability to work independently or in a team setting unsupervised HOURS OF WORK: Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. COMPENSATION: The salary for this position will be established based on qualifications of the successful candidate. APPLICATIONS: Individuals interested in this position are invited to submit a cover letter and resumé to the address below by Friday, June 7, 2013 at 4:30 p.m. If applying by email, please ensure subject line contains the job title. The successful applicant will be required to produce a valid class 5 driver’s license and police information check. We appreciate and consider all applications; however, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. City of Camrose Attention: Director of Planning 5415-49 Avenue, Camrose, AB T4V 0N6

Phone: 780-672-4426 Email: jlaurien@camrose.ca www.camrose.ca

NOTICE OF DEVELOPMENT PERMITS ISSUED

Take notice that the following Development Permits for the proposed uses listed below have been approved by the City of Camrose Development Authority, under the provision of Bylaw #2567/07, the Land Use Bylaw of the City of Camrose. The development permits have been approved SUBJECT TO THE RIGHT OF APPEAL TO THE SUBDIVISION AND DEVELOPMENT APPEAL BOARD. Any person wishing to appeal an approval may do so by serving a written notice of appeal and the REQUIRED FEE to the Secretary, Subdivision and Development Appeal Board, 5204-50 Avenue, Camrose (telephone: 780.672.4426) within 14 days after the date of this notice. Further information regarding these Development Permits may be obtianed from the City of Camrose Development Services, Lower Floor, Mirror Lake Centre, during business hours (8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.), Monday through Friday (telephone: 780.678.3044). Permit # DP3706 DP3713 DP3714 DP3715 DP3716 DP3717 ABP2013001 ABP2013002 ABP2013004 ABP2013005 ABP2013006 ABP2013007 ABP2013008 ABP2013009 ABP2013010

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Civic Address Development 4730-37 Street 5213-35 Avenue 5216-35 Avenue 5214-35 Avenue 5212-35 Avenue 5210-35 Avenue 5501-23A Ave. Cl. 4440-74 Street 4709-55 Street 6821-40 Ave. Cl. 5608-25 Avenue 4415-74 Street Enevold Drive 4604-46 Street 4417-63 Street

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We are hiring for

Big Valley Jamboree 2013

CRE Catering Services is looking for talented, friendly individuals to join our catering team for Big Valley, July 31 through August 4, 2013. Experience preferred, but not necessary. We offer a fun, friendly atmosphere and flexibility. If you are looking for a little something to fill in time - we have the job for you.

NOW HIRING for the following positions:

Kitchen Staff

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Concession Staff

Candidates must be: • Able to multi-task • Friendly and outgoing • Willing to learn • Able to work under pressure • Customer service oriented • Flexible • Responsible and dependable • Able to work all 4 days, any shift, day or night Please submit your resumé to: Camrose Regional Exhibition, Attention: Paula By email: ptomaszewski@cre.ab.ca Mail: 4250 Exhibition Drive Camrose, AB T4V 4Z8 Fax: 780-672-8140

No phone calls please

Please note: Only successful candidates will be notified

ACCOUNTING MANAGER with Three Links Corporation and Harley’s Liquor Store

Email: Fax: Deliver:

harleys@cable-lynx.net 780-672-2394 6520-48 Avenue, Camrose, AB

Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Camrose Super 8 Camrose is accepting applications for:

Part-time/Full-time

Front Desk Agent We offer competitive wages, bonuses, health benefits, RRSP plans and the opportunity to work with a caring team in a professional environment. Experience is an asset but we will train the right person if they are hard working and reliable. Must be available evenings and weekends. Apply with resumé in person to: Super 8 Motel, 4710-73 Street, Camrose; by fax to 780-672-7347 or by email to gm@super8camrose.com

BIRTHS Petrofield Industries is accepting resumés for:

Industrial Painters, Labourers, and Electrical Technicians Our company has an enthusiastic, fast-paced working environment with advancement for motivated individuals, and an excellent benefit package. Please forward resumé to: hr@petrofield.com or fax 403-742-5544

It’s nice when you discover the job is as good as the coffee Quality Training Incentive Programs Benefits or Bonus Program Hiring the following positions for 1256146 Alberta Ltd., o/a Tim Hortons – 3601-48 Ave., Camrose, AB

• Food Counter Attendants, full-time / shift work, no experience necessary, $11.00 per hour plus benefits

Hiring the following positions for 796005 Alberta Ltd., o/a Tim Hortons – 6602-48 Ave., Camrose, AB

• Food Counter Attendants, full-time / shift work, no experience necessary, $11.00 per hour plus benefits

Now hiring for FT positions Positions work rotating shifts of days, nights, graveyards and some weekends. HIRING AT BOTH LOCATIONS IN CAMROSE Honesty, caring and a workplace that feels like home

An employer you can count on Apply in person with resumé at either Camrose store

Are you looking for a job that makes a difference? Habitat for Humanity Camrose ReStore is currently seeking a mature and responsible Sales Associate on a parttime basis (30 hours/week).

Duties to include: • all aspects of accounting functions • prepare and administer payroll • office administration • retail sales and customer service

Interested applicants can send resumé, with references and cover letter, to:

Family • Achievement • Integrity • Respect

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Opening for

Ideal candidate will have: • experience with computerized accounting programs • must have minimum three years’ experience in accounting and payroll • must be self-motivated and able to multi-task, work independently, have good communication skills

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To Josie and Scott Eros, of Stettler, on May 13, a son. To Joanne Lombard and Jason Reddick, of Camrose, on May 18, a daughter. To Robin and Jory Maccan, of Camrose, on May 20, a son. To Kylee and Ryan Vath, of Tofield, on May 20, a daughter.

DEATHS

Lila Lohr, of Camrose, on May 27, at 88 years. Hector Olson, of Kingman, on May 27, at 86 years. Lynn Storeshaw, of New Norway, on May 28, at 62 years. Gerald Enger, of Ferintosh, on May 30, at 78 years. Dale Winder, of Kingman, on May 31, at 70 years.

ReStore is a retail outlet open to the public offering high quality new and used building materials, appliances, and home furnishings that have been generously donated. Sales from ReStore ensure every dollar donated to Habitat for Humanity Camrose goes directly into building homes for hardworking families in our community and in the developing world. Qualifications for Sales Associate: • Excellent customer service, cash handling, and phone skills • Experience in retail (merchandising and stocking) and knowledge of building materials • Physically fit (job requires lifting) • Available for several shifts per week, Tuesday through Saturday • Police information check and valid driver’s license • Must be comfortable driving a large cube van • Must be comfortable operating light machinery (skid steer, forklift) after training is provided Wage is negotiable based on qualifications and experience. Apply by June 17, 2013 by submitting your resumé at ReStore (5007-46 Street) or via email to restore@habitatcamrose.com. We thank all applicants for their interest, but are only able to contact individuals selected for an interview.

Brick Layers Helper required immediately Must: • have construction experience • be over 18 • have valid driver’s license • have own transportation • be able to lift 60 lb. • like heights

Call John only if you meet these requirements 780-672-5526, leave message

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MANAGER The Rose City Curling Club is currently seeking a Manager

Position Summary: Responsible for all functions related to club business, which includes, but is not limited to, administration of all club leagues, bonspiels and working with other staff and club members. This seven month seasonal position will be from mid-September to mid-April. Position responsibilities: • Solicit teams for league and club bonspiels • Processing invoices/receipts, collect membership dues and bonspiel fees, bank deposits and other administrative duties • Book ice rentals • Hire and supervise Assistant Manager/Bar Manager and Janitor • Order and maintain inventory products • Provide a positive curling environment for the membership and the community at large Qualifications: • Minimum Grade 12 education • Good public relations • Management and business experience an asset • Good organizational skills and must be self-motivated • Curling experience and knowledge is critical • Good computer skills Please mail resume to: Rose City Curling Club Suite 5, 4512-53 Street, Camrose, AB T4V 4E3 or email to: rccc@cable-lynx.net by August 1, 2013 at 4:30 p.m. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

SUPREME INTERNATIONAL

P.O. Box 6450, 6010-47 Street, Wetaskiwin, Alberta T9A 2G2

Supreme International – the first company in North America to design, test and manufacture the VERTICAL FEED PROCESSOR. Supreme International Limited is a “World Class” organization that serves customers all across the world.

Office Administrator – Contract Position Responsibilities include: - work closely with Human Resources - payroll data entry - document control - filing and other general administration duties as assigned Skills and Qualifications: - 1-3 years’ administrative experience - excellent organizational skills - ability to prioritize and multi-task - maintain confidentiality - detail-oriented - a “can do attitude” - proficient with Word and Excel - basic accounting skills Submit resumé to: hr@supremeinternational.com or fax 780-352-6597 Reference # SILH0613 We thank all applicants; only those selected will be contacted. Visit us at www.supremeinternational.com

IT ASSISTANT

Battle River REA Ltd, has an immediate opportunity for an IT Assistant to join its friendly, efficient team.

If helping people brightens your day…

Job duties under the IT Security Supervisor: • Assist with light admin network and security management • Assist with data storage architecture • Assist with system upgrades as necessary for software and hardware related components • Provides user level training on daily applications used, including but not limited to: MS Word, MS Excel, MS Outlook, MS Publisher, Adobe Acrobat, and other basic computer related skills • Assist with user management • Assist with technical documentation of system and processes • Assist website updates • Assist with administration Energy Division

St. Mary’s Hospital, Camrose is looking for:

Registered Nurse

Closing Date: June 10, 2013 Position type: Permanent Part-Time Competition Number: CH-13064-CM Please submit résumé quoting competition number to: SMH.humanresources@covenanthealth.ca

Skills/Qualifications: MS Office products, knowledge of current technologies in the IT world, experience/knowledge of networking systems, email, firewall, network security/protocols Closing: When suitable candidate found Submit resumé attention: Mail: Fax: Email:

Bettyann Skagen Box 1420, Camrose, AB T4V 1X3 780.672.7969 Bettyann.Skagen@battleriverrea.com

Your Calling is at

For information or to apply, visit www.CovenantHealth.ca/careers/CamroseOpportunities.html

Human Resources Toll Free: 1-877-450-7555

CovenantHealthCareers@covenanthealth.ca

We appreciate all applications, but only those successful will be contacted.

If helping people brightens your day…

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HUMAN RESOURCES PROFESSIONAL St. Mary’s Hospital, Camrose is looking for:

HR Anywhere Competition #2013069

Licensed Practical Nurse/OR Technician

This position is to be filled due to a retirement at Division Office. Battle River School Division #31 is seeking the services of a qualified and experienced Human Resources Professional to coordinate and monitor all Human Resource operations for the Division under the supervision of the Assistant Superintendent of Business. The division office of Battle River School Division is located about an hour’s drive south of Edmonton, in Camrose, Alberta. The Division consists of 39 educational programs including 20 traditional schools. Battle River School Division serves the educational needs of 6,300 students with approximately 315 full-time teachers, 80 part-time teachers and 480 support staff. For further information, please see the complete posting on our website at www.brsd.ab.ca/careers.

Closing Date: June 10, 2013 Position type: Permanent Part-Time Competition Number: CH-13063-CM

Please submit résumé quoting competition number to: SMH.humanresources@covenanthealth.ca

For information or to apply, visit www.CovenantHealth.ca/careers/CamroseOpportunities.html

Human Resources Toll Free: 1-877-450-7555

CovenantHealthCareers@covenanthealth.ca

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City Watch

Notices and Information from The City of Camrose www.camrose.ca • 780-672-4426

@CityofCamrose

Want to shape the future of Camrose?

VOLUNTEER TO BE ON THE LAND USE BYLAW ADVISORY COMMITTEE

The City of Camrose is undertaking a comprehensive amendment of the Land Use Bylaw and is looking for energetic residents to be a part of the process. The Land Use Bylaw (LUB) Advisory Committee will shape the new LUB and get others involved in the process. Members will meet several times from July, 2013 through April, 2014 to provide input, and engage the citizens of Camrose for their involvement. These meetings and activities may take place during the week day, in the evening, and on weekends. If you are interested in shaping the future development of the City of Camrose, and can commit to be available during the times outlined, this committee is for you. Please email your interest in being a member of this committee by Friday, June 21, 2013 to: Jeff Laurien, Director of Planning at: jlaurien@camrose.ca with LUB Advisory Committee in the Title and tell us why you are interested in this opportunity and how you can contribute to its success. We look forward to your involvement!

PUBLIC NOTICE

Bylaw #2746/13 RE: Proposed Amendment to City of Camrose Land Use Bylaw #2567/07 Pursuant to the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, Section 606 of the Revised Statutes of Alberta and amendments thereto, PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that Council of the City of Camrose gave first reading to Bylaw #2746/13 on May 21, 2013. The purpose of Bylaw #2746/13 is to amend Land Use Bylaw #2567/07 as follows: 1. That Land Use Bylaw #2567/07, as amended, be further amended by redistricting the following lands from R3A – Multi-Family Residential Medium Density (Innovative) District to R2A – Single Family Residential or Duplex District: a) Lots 1-10, Block 15, Plan 082 7427 The purpose of Bylaw #2746/13 is for the development of single family or duplex units. A Public Hearing concerning the proposed bylaw is scheduled to be held as follows: Date: June 17, 2013 Time: 5:00 p.m. Place: Council Chambers, Camrose County Office, 3755-43 Avenue, Camrose, AB Any person(s) who have an interest regarding the passing of Bylaw #2746/13 are encouraged to attend the public hearing in person to state their support or objection. Any written submissions to be considered by City Council are required to be submitted no later than June 12, 2013 at 4:00 p.m. Late submissions will only be considered in person at the Public Hearing. Forward written submissions to Kim Isaak, General Manager of Corporate & Protective Services, City of Camrose, 5204-50 Avenue, Camrose, AB T4V 0S8, or by email to: kisaak@camrose.ca. Notice is hereby given that Council may thereafter without further notice proceed with second reading and third (final) reading of Bylaw #2746/13 at the regular Council meeting of June 17, 2013. For additional information, contact Jeff Laurien, Director of Planning and Development Services, City of Camrose, 5415-49 Avenue, Camrose, AB., phone 780-672-4428.

(Section 311(1) of the Municipal Government Act) TAKE notice that the 2013 Property Assessment and Tax Notices were mailed to assessed owners on May 22, 2013. Pursuant to Section 311 (2) of the Municipal Government Act RSA 2000, c. M-26 all assessed owners are deemed to have received their Assessment Notices as a result of this publication. If you have not received a notice for your property please contact the Assessment Department. Assessment Inquiries: Assessment Department City of Camrose Located at: 5415-49 Avenue Mailing Address: 5204-50 Avenue Camrose, AB T4V 0S8 Phone: 780-678-3032 Fax: 780-672-2469 Email: assessment@camrose.ca Travis Lantz, AMAA, City Assessor

SPECIAL NOTICE Subject Properties

2013 Property Taxes are due on June 30, 2013 to avoid penalty on July 3, 2013. Pursuant to Section 3 of the Matters Relating to Assessment and Taxation Regulation 220/2004, your 2013 assessment has been determined using a valuation date of July 1, 2012.

PUBLIC NOTICE

Bylaw #2747/13 RE: Proposed Amendment to City of Camrose Land Use Bylaw #2567/07 Pursuant to the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, Section 606 of the Revised Statutes of Alberta and amendments thereto, PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that Council of the City of Camrose gave first reading to Bylaw #2747/13 on May 21, 2013. The purpose of Bylaw #2747/13 is to amend Land Use Bylaw #2567/07 as follows: 1. That Land Use Bylaw #2567/07, as amended, be further amended by redistricting the following lands from R2A – Single Family Residential or Duplex District to R3 – Multi-Family Residential Medium Density District: a) Lots 14, 15, 16, Block 3, Plan 2112S The purpose of Bylaw #2747/13 is for the development of a triplex or fourplex. A Public Hearing concerning the proposed bylaw is scheduled to be held as follows: Date: June 17, 2013 Time: 5:00 p.m. Place: Council Chambers, Camrose County Office, 3755-43 Avenue, Camrose, AB Any person(s) who has/have an interest regarding the passing of Bylaw #2747/13 are encouraged to attend the public hearing in person to state their support or objection. Any written submissions to be considered by City Council are required to be submitted no later than June 12, 2013 at 4:00 p.m. Late submissions will only be considered in person at the Public Hearing. Forward written submissions to Kim Isaak, General Manager of Corporate and Protective Services, City of Camrose, 5204-50 Avenue, Camrose, AB, T4V 0S8, or by email to: kisaak@camrose.ca. Notice is hereby given that Council may thereafter without further notice proceed with second reading and third (final) reading of Bylaw #2747/13 at the regular Council meeting of June 17, 2013. For additional information, contact Jeff Laurien, Director of Planning and Development Services, City of Camrose, 5415-49 Avenue, Camrose, AB, phone 780-672-4428.

NOTICE TO ALL PROPERTY OWNERS

Subject Properties

2013 HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE ROUND-UP

Friday, June 14, 2013 – 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Saturday, June 15, 2013 – 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Location: Public Works Yards 4202-51 Avenue, Camrose


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Parts Technician – Killam Battle River Implements Ltd. is a progressive John Deere Dealership in East Central Alberta. We sell and service large agricultural, lawn and garden and several supporting lines of equipment. Battle River Implements employs a diverse team of individuals dedicated to serving our customers’ needs. Battle River Implements offers competitive wages, an extensive medical benefits package, retirement plan, as well as many opportunities for career growth and advancement from within. Responsibilities: • Promotes and sells products and/or services to meet customer needs • Verifies receipting of incoming and outgoing shipments and assists with placing Machine Down and Stock Orders in their proper inventory locations • Follows company process and procedure with shipping and receiving of all goods and services • Operates a forklift to move parts inventory as necessary Experience and Education: • High School diploma or equivalent experience, Journeyman Parts Technician or registered apprentice is an asset • Basic parts and machinery knowledge • Ability to lift items weighing up to 75 lb. We thank all interested applicants; however, only selected candidates will be contacted. For further information on the above position please visit our website www.briltd.com. Interested candidates can submit cover letter and resumé to alohner@briltd.com

Permanent full-time position at Camrose location Apply by fax to 780-352-3094 or by email to thrashn@telus.net

Pyramid Corporation is now accepting applications for

Journeyman Instrument Mechanic We are currently looking for a local journeymen Instrument Mechanic for full-time immediate employment in the Camrose, Nisku, Wetaskiwin area for construction and maintenance work. Applicants please contact Dean with resumés at Dean.Dreidger@pyramidcorporation.com or 780-608-0401 cell Pyramid Corporation offers a variety of Inst/ Electrical Oilfield Services as well as pressure recorder rentals, shop repairs, field and bench metre proving. Give us a call at 780-672-0700.

High roller Murray Green, Camrose Booster Camrose Composite High School athlete Luke Bramfield sails over the bar in high jump at the area track and field meet on May 22. Six CCHS students are going to participate in provincials in Calgary on June 7 and 8. Luke placed second in a tight senior boys' 100m race with a time of 11.44 seconds. Danton Davis came in second in the junior boys' 800m. The team of Brynn Markowsky, Lauren Feth, Brooke Ferner and Michaela Klutz earned silver medals in the intermediate girls' four by 100m relay. The zone competition was held in Stettler on May 29.

Tornado Combustion Technologies Inc.

A strong and growing design / manufacturing company providing combustion related products including arrestors, flare stacks, thermal oxidizers and custom designed equipment.

DRAFT PERSON FOR RURAL LOCATION NE OF STETTLER, AB

Tornado Combustion Technologies Inc. offers fulltime employment in a stable position supporting the fabrication of technical products sold worldwide. We invite you to join our highly skilled team, who work in a goal oriented team atmosphere. Salary, profit sharing incentive and benefits package.

SUBMIT YOUR RESUME FOR REVIEW TO hr@tornadotech.com


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CITY OF CAMROSE 2013 CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM

INFRASTRUCTURE AND TRANSPORTATION

Alberta Transportation and Provincial Grants will provide approximately $357,600 in funding towards:

Maintaining and improving the infrastructure of the City is a constant challenge for the Engineering and Public Works Departments. The following roadway and utility projects are scheduled for construction this year, pending final funding arrangements. WATCH FOR THEM... They're all part of the continuous effort to improve the transportation and utility networks of the City. Your cooperation and caution around construction areas is appreciated.

• 54 Avenue Overlay (53 Street to 60 Street) . . . . . . . . . . . . $183,000 • 60 Street and 48 Avenue Intersection Resurfacing . . . . . . . $80,000

• Grand Drive / 48 Avenue Overlay . . . . . . . $17,100 • 46 Avenue (45 Street to 46 Street) . . . . . $77,500

The following 2013 Construction Value is approximately $21,325,000 FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL THE ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT – 780-672-4428

or check our home page at http://www.camrose.ca for construction schedules and updates

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 Funding LOCATION

ACTIVITY

COST

TRANSPORTATION – Roads X $ & A. 54 Avenue Overlay Pavement Overlay (53 Street to 60 Street)

$285,000

X& B. 68 Street and 48 Ave. Concrete Pavement Intersection Resurfacing Overlay

$100,000

X $ C. Grand Drive / 48 Ave. Pavement Overlay Overlay

$26,000

Funding LOCATION

# G. Valleyview Subdivision Pavement Overlay Phase 1 Final Lift Paving X &

Road Reconstruction and Paving

$103,000

X $ & E. Westmount Area

Road Reconstruction and Paving

$382,000

$ & F. Montclare Avenue Lane Reconstruction and Paving

Lane Reconstruction

$165,000

H. Traffic Signal Upgrades Traffic Lights

COST $245,000 $300,000

UTILITY PROJECTS – Wastewater @

X $ & D. 46 Avenue (45 St. to 46 St.)

ACTIVITY

I. Lagoon Desludging

Remove Sewer Sludge

$500,000

Miscellaneous % J. North Trail Expansion Paved Walking Trail and Fencing ^^ % K. New City Hall &

$880,000

Building Construction $18,250,000

L. Golf Cart Path Paving Construct Paved Path

$30,000

NOTE:

A Public Open House will be held for the following Projects: 54 Avenue Overlay (53 Street to 60 Street) Grand Drive / 48 Avenue Overlay 46 Avenue (45 Street to 46 Street) North Trail Expansion

& M. Trail Bridge Replacements

Walkway Bridge Upgrades $32,000

A notice will be sent to area residents advising of the time and locations of each Open House.

& N. Cemetery Development

Continuous Monument Foundations

As these projects are partially funded by the property owners, through a local improvement bylaw, they will not proceed until completion of a public process which requires the support from the property owners.

$27,000

In addition to those locations identified, at numerous other locations throughout the City, roadway and utility maintenance, landscaping and tree planting will be undertaken as required.


The Camrose Booster, June 4, 2013