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Vol. LIX, No. 39

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Inside... Women in Business Page 14 Entertainment and Dining Guide Pages 18 and 19 Special Occasions Page 23 Auctions Pages 28 to 30 Sign Up Now Page 32 On the Road and Auto Classifieds Pages 3, 34 to 38, 48 Classifieds Pages 38 to 46 Obituaries Page 46 and 47

News Features Landowners fear loss of democracy . . . . . . 2 Tougher water rules aimed at campgrounds . 4 Past, present celebrated at Camrose Founders Days . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Loss of Wheat Board critical for farmers . . . . . 17

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Camrose County has an abundance of photogenic, beautiful and often historic attractions. Eleven of the most prized destinations can be searched out, seen and enjoyed during

Prairie Fun Days Saturday and Sunday, August 20 and 21

Camrose County has organized a self-guided driving excursion and other special activities this coming weekend. Each of the site destinations pictured above will be open from at least 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Drive maps, allowing you to jump on the tour from any point, are available at various tourist information centres, site destinations and Camrose Railway Station and Park. For added fun be a geocacher! Grab your GPS, see for coordinates and get set for some great treasure-hunting along the way.

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Landowners fear loss of democracy receive nine per cent profit on Alberta's business owners it. Now ATCO will be running and landowners are concerned advertising shortly. about losing their democratic "If the building of the transrights in this province. mission lines goes through, the Voters are growing more fruswhole area of Nisku will be dark trated with the government's refus- within three years. Every major al to cancel its land bills (Bills 19, power consumer will be leaving 24, 36 and 50), which could send the province. Remember, every power costs through the roof and time a company leaves the grid, deny us democracy as we know it. you and I pick up the slack by “Landowners currently own paying more," stated Mr. Wilson. the land from the surface to the "Industry has told us and the centre of the Earth, including the government that there will be job pore space. The exception would be losses. Industry uses 35 per cent water and mineral rights that have of the energy consumed." been sold,� said Mr. Keith Wilson, Mr. Wilson asks, whether we lawyer and landowner representashould believe the experienced tive who serves as the Alberta Polenergy experts in the province icy Chair at CAEPLA (Canadian or our uninformed elected offiAssociation of Energy and Pipeline cials? "Wouldn't it be nice if I Landowner Associations). was wrong. It would be nice for Mr. Wilson was a guest speak- my family and Albertans, but er at a Landowners Against Bills that is not the case," said Mr. Society of Alberta meeting last Wilson. "The province is basmonth at the Daysland Commuing its numbers on 2007 when nity Hall. We are already at a the economy was booming. Cabidisadvantage because our rates net is still going with the plans are among the highest in Candespite the fact the world has ada," he explained. "If it goes up gone into the steepest and deepeven higher, businesses will easest recession in the history of the ily move to B.C. or Saskatchewan world." where the prices will be a lot Mr. Wilson also pointed lower." out the line from Fort McMurHe pointed out that B.C. is ray to Brooks is too short to be spending $4 billion on repairs to efficient. "The provincial governtransmission lines. "Alberta is ment is okay with it, because you spending over $16.6 billion. What are paying for it. Everyone who is going on in Alberta? Something lives in this province will be paytells me something is terribly ing for it, so if anyone thinks this wrong," said Mr. Wilson. "Alberta doesn't affect them – think again." has less population. They could He also expanded on the line that give everyone a million and they runs near the Town of Daysland. wouldn't even notice a dent in it." "Think about this for a moment. He also informed those The power lines run from Fort attending the meeting that McMurray to Brooks and end AltaLink advertising on the radio there. The power doesn't help Calor in newspapers is not only paid gary, Medicine Hat or Lethbridge." for by all ratepayers, but they Brooks would end up havBy Murray Green

ing more power than all of those communities put together. "I was in Brooks. I turned to the audience and asked them what are they doing with all that power? Unless Brooks has a few grow operations that we don't know about, what will Brooks do with all that power? Are you putting heat coils on every street so you don't have to use snowplows in the winter? People in Brooks don't know what to do with the power. It doesn't make sense. There is no connection to Calgary." The government confirmed that it wants the new lines to export power at the cost of all Albertans. "There is a legal loop hole I have found. The utility commission still has the authority to deny this Bill 50 line if the evidence before the commission is not in the public interest because the social and economic costs exceed the benefits," said Mr. Wilson. "All of the major industry leaders say this is not in the public interest. If the rates go up, hockey rinks and schools will soon be closed because we can't afford them. That leads to more job losses. It effects all of us." Mr. Wilson suggested that until Bill 36 came along, there were limits on the amount of power the government could have. With the Bill, it will be similar to Eastern European countries in the past. "We will no longer have democracy if this goes through." He suggested people need to speak up, write letters to the editor and spread the word to change the direction we are headed in this province. To do nothing is like saying, "Don't worry, it's not your end of the boat that has a hole in it. Bill 50 is at your end of the boat."

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Tougher water rules aimed at campgrounds By Murray Green

Camrose County is concerned about over regulation when it comes to supplying potable water to campgrounds. The Health Protection Branch recently distributed a survey regarding potable water supplied at campgrounds and recreation areas. "There appears to be movement afoot to clarify and most likely change the regulations surrounding potable water at campgrounds and the like and possibly increase the requirements and standards of potable water being made available," said assistant county administrator Al Radke. "Bottom line, there could potentially be capital costs involved for private and public operators of such recreation facilities. If potable water needs to be treated or treated potable water meeting the treatment conditions and standards needs to be hauled in, this will affect the water being supplied at both Tillicum Park and Pelican Point Park." This will refer to water that is utilized for consumption as well as water that is used for washing or bathing. E-coli could be absorbed through the skin when bathing. "The province will restrict what the uses of water can be and how it is to be handled and what criteria it must meet. The County outright owns Tillicum Park so the decision to pursue or comply with water regulations will be solely a conscious policy. Pelican Point on the other

hand is a lease from the province. Any developments or improvements will likely be on provincial lands or be an improvement and asset or beneficial to Crown lands." The Health Protection Branch's initial response is they will not assist in funding any capital requirements to comply with potable water regulations. "This initiative, if approved, will potentially have a huge impact on both private and public campgrounds and recreation operators," added Al. "It could make both private and public campground and recreation operators re-consider the feasibility and viability of their operations." It could lead to Provincial leases being dropped or cancelled. Councillor Glen Nelson moved that the County not engage in any advocacy at this point, until it receives more information. All councillors agreed that the reeve send letters of concern to the ministers involved. "If the government is imposing more regulations on us, then they should be willing to pay for the costs," said disgusted councillor, Vern Peterson. "We are getting bogged down with too many regulations." Councillor Trevor Miller said, "This means you can swim in the water that has fish, ducks, geese and leaches but you can't bathe in well water. It doesn't make sense to me."


Alexander and Allison Samm work on making a wind chime while mom Jenny watches at the Battle River Watershed Festival at the Camrose County Nature Conservation Centre on August 6. Families enjoyed a day of nature walks, canoeing and crafts. Below: Jacob and Ethan Adams were busy building bird houses at the Battle River Watershed Festival at the Camrose County Nature Conservation Centre on August 6. The province's only Saskatoon Pie Contest drew 18 entries.

County helps with art days celebration

By Murray Green

Camrose County is a bronze sponsor of the Camrose Arts Society's version of Alberta Arts Days. Council decided, on August 9, to help sponsor the event, which will be held from September 30 to October 2. Arts society president Theo Thirsk explained in a letter sent to both city and county council that there will be events for the whole family. "In the spirit of Alberta Arts Days, all of the other activities mentioned will be free to anyone who wishes to participate," said Theo. "The $5,000 we will be receiving from the government will cover all these activities, but not the kick-off show. We will need to charge for this event unless we can get some generous sponsors to give us a helping hand. If we can get enough sponsors, we will be able to offer two shows and

provide an exciting cultural experience to bring families together." The goal is to raise $3,000 to put on this opening show. Councillor Glen Nelson moved to provide a bronze sponsorship of $125. "I think arts are very important to county residents." Alberta Arts Days has grown steadily and has quickly become a staple event for Albertans. This year, the goal is to ensure Albertans have access to a wide range of cultural experiences and encourage a greater love and appreciation for the arts. This is the fourth annual Alberta Arts Days in Camrose. For more information on the Camrose activities or to volunteer to help, contact Jane Cherry-Lemire at the Chuck MacLean Arts Centre, 780-672-9949. Various volunteer positions are available.

Abandoned cemeteries need repairs, development plans By Murray Green

Camrose County councillor Vern Peterson reported that someone would like to make repairs to the Lake Demay cemetery. Vern was looking for advice as to who looks after the abandoned cemeteries in the county. Administration reported that the property owners, the former churches, usually look after them. "We can search the land titles to see who owns the cemetery and go from there," said county administrator Steve Gerlitz.

Development plans

County planner Anjah Howard recommended that council send a letter to the City of Camrose, stating no objections to their proposed Municipal Development Plan. The City of Camrose plan dates to 1999 and has not been updated to include the annexed lands from 2001 and 2010. The proposed plans will update the mapping to bring it into compliance, and ensure that it is compatible with the City's Municipal Sustainability Plan and other master

plans for the area. "The plan is a very basic document and should have no impact on Camrose County, since we already have an Intermunicipal Development Plan that addresses any intermunicipal issues." Council gave first reading to redistricting bylaw 1213 - Pt. E1/2 SW 14-48-21-W4 from A (agriculture) to CR2. The site is about 4.8 acres. The applicant has requested that this land be rezoned in order to allow him to divide the existing yard site from the remaining lands. "However, the quarter is

already divided into three pieces. If allowed, this would create the fourth parcel on the quarter," said Anjah. "By giving first reading to the bylaw, it allows the county to advertise the proposal for public comment. Notices will be sent to the adjacent landowners." Council also gave first reading to bylaw 1214 for the closure of the undeveloped road allowance adjacent to the E1/2 of 8-49-20W4. "The landowners adjacent to this road allowance have requested that it be closed to general public access for safety and secu-

rity concerns related to unwanted access and trespassing. The south half of the road allowance is built to agricultural access standards; the north half is not constructed at all," explained Anjah. Rather than consolidating the road into the adjacent lands, administration has suggested that the county maintain ownership of the roadway and lease the lands to the applicants. This way, if the road is ever needed in the future, the county will still have ownership.

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Bailey Theatre filling with bookings By Dan Jensen

The bookings are beginning to come in for the newly restored Bailey Theatre. "We're getting the calendar filled up," said Bailey Theatre manager Tracey Clark. "We're starting to get a lot of private rentals." Two of the most significant bookings are Jimmy Snow, son of legendary Country singer Hank Snow and Toronto-based guitarist Jesse Cook. Snow will be performing at the theatre October 11. The theatre is also receiving bookings for weddings in 2012, as well as conferences and appreciation dinners. In December, About Time Productions will present The Grinch Who Stole Christmas. One of the pressing needs at the Bailey Theatre at this time, said Clark, is a suitable piano. "The only piano we have in the theatre right now is one that was found in the theatre when we first started the restoration," said Clark. "We had it restored and it sounds pretty good but it is not a concert style piano. We need a good piano that sounds good from the stage. We have been told by people from other theatres that there will be some performers that won't come to the theatre if there isn't a good piano on which they can play." The preferred choice of a piano at this time would be a second hand grand. The cost of a new grand piano would be $50,000 or more. "It all depends on what we can find," said Clark. We had found a church that was going to be getting rid of a grand piano but as it turned out it was too big for the theatre. "We need something that we can get up onto the stage." The Bailey Theatre Society still needs to raise approximately $1 million – $600,000 to pay off the loan (that was necessary to finish construction) and $400,000 for an endowment fund for operating costs. "We are trudging along," said Clark. "These are trying times to be raising funds, but we have been very fortunate. The art loving community has been very good to us."

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Past, present celebrated at Founders Days

There was no shortage of things to do at Camrose Founders Days this weekend. Top left: John Person conducted a graveyard tour Saturday night. Right: Corey Sabeski, of Merchants Tea and Coffee, offers a taste of tiramisu. Middle left: Irvin and Clarence Servold with the skis they used at the 1960 Olympics at Squaw Valley.

Above: descendants and relatives of Carla DidricksonHoyme (one of this year's honoured founders) who gathered at Founders' Square Friday afternoon were: (left to right) Terence Brown, Carla Hoyme (granddaughter), Cliff Hoyme (second cousin of Carla Didrickson-Hoyme's son, Fredrick, and Dorothy Hoyme (Cliff's wife). Left: Lindsay Aicken learned the art of crochet at the Camrose Railway Station Saturday. Below: Lois Larson, from Camrose and District Craft Centre works on the loom at the Camrose Railway Station.

Above: Dennis Johnson (left) and Andy Prophet viewed historical displays at the Bailey Theatre Friday afternoon. Right: Lester Millang told the story of honoured founder T.T. Carlson.

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Police request assistance By Murray Green

A male driver of a white 1988 to '93 Chevrolet 4 x 4 truck stopped to fill up with $94 worth of fuel at the New Norway Gas Station and fled the scene without paying for the merchandise. The Camrose RCMP Detachment is requesting the public's assistance with information about the theft. The incident took place at about 7:40 p.m. on Saturday, July 30. Missing vehicle

RCMP are also seeking help in locating a white Dodge one-ton dually, stretched cab with black and red striping. The truck was stolen from a residence near Highway 21. The vehicle is believed to have gone missing between Friday, July 29 and Monday, August 1. If anyone has any information regarding these crimes or any other, contact the RCMP at 780-672-3342 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.






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Looking back is guide to planning future The eighth annual Camrose Founders Days celebration was a significant event in Camrose this past weekend. The organizers, sponsors, plus the many volunteers who helped execute the various planned events, have earned well-deserved praise and appreciation for their effort and continuing dedication to the task of keeping us in touch with our past. There was an amazing variety of events which provided something of special interest to all ages. They included the formal honouring of another three persons named as Founders of Camrose (Mr. M.A. Maxwell, Rev. T.T. Carlson and Mrs. Carla Didrickson-Hoyme), guided tours of historical sites and sights such as the 100-year-old Old Main (now Founders’ Hall on the Augustana Campus of the U of A), the newly restored 100-yearold Bailey Theatre, the water treatment plant, a walk around the cemetery including a ghost walk, a walk through Old Sparling and a nature walk around Mirror Lake. There were historical displays at the Centennial Museum as well as the Camrose Railway Station and Park. Added to that was food, entertainment varying from clown performances to a ragtime variety show, displays and demonstrations of old-time crafts, and even more – more than any one person could see. Observing events such as Founders’ Days once a year is much more than entertainment. Drawing attention to our past helps us see where we have been and where we are. It also makes us envision where we want to go and helps us make adjustments in direction if necessary. Looking back makes us appreciate the vision of the pioneers who were here when Camrose was incorporated on Sept. 1, 1905, and also marvel at what they had accomplished by 1911 – a time span of only six years. For examples: in a horse and buggy era, why would they have developed a plan for a 100-foot-wide main street, or dedicated approximately 45 acres of land on which to construct one building – Camrose Lutheran College (now Augustana campus of the U of A)? How did they get one of only three teacher-training institutions in Alberta in 1912? The population was 1,586 at the time. Our forefathers obviously had growth in mind as they added services and amenities to make a community in which people would want to live. These included electricity, water, educational, health, recreational, music and arts services as well as a rich social life through volunteer church, fraternal and charitable organizations. Later they started to develop a parks system which is now enhancing the enjoyment of residents of all ages, for all-season walking and nature study. A review of local history reveals that Camrose growth has been quite well managed. Except for spurts of accelerated development in the 1950s, in the 1970s and earlier years of the new century, it has been slow and steady; this has simplified keeping pace with infrastructure needs and maintaining order in our municipal fiscal house. Our forefathers were initiators, too, the evidence of which is the decision, in 1912, to sponsor an entire CPR coach and send to eastern Canada a delegation of 12 local leaders along with samples of locally grown agricultural products. It worked; it resulted in the sale of goods and attracted new settlers. The observation of Founders Days has also inspired some families to record their personal histories. How families functioned over the decades, and coped with good times and bad – two World Wars, drought, the Great Depression, sometimes bumper crops, good prices, near full employment – tells us much of the dreams, tenacity, character and survival techniques of those who came before us. Again, a Booster bouquet to all those involved with bringing us another great Camrose Founders Days event!




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Letters to the Editor of the U.S. debt. Of course, if this occurs, it would cause a very large slump in the price of gold. Then, where would those persons be who had depended on gold as a firm investment? It is quite obvious that "spending on credit" forced us into the present financial mess (both governments and personal). And "spending" is certainly not going to get us out of it. I am aware, that in times of deep depression, we should not entirely zip up our wallets and stop spending for Dear Editor: the necessities of life. But, if we Re: Cancer, etc. would stop using credit cards India, and probably Mexico, for things we may want but do experience a fraction of the cannot need, great changes would cer that happens here (North Dear Editor: take place in the financial world America). This is probably due I was approached some time today. Yes, if we cut our indito nutritional differences, where ago regarding the buying of gold vidual spending, the economy spices and herbs such as garas a savings plan instead of relywould suffer, but just maybe, lic, onion, cayenne (red peppers), ing on GICs. I replied that noththe world could get along withhorse radish, mustard, etc., are ing is truly safe in this world out specialty companies. It is a used generously in every day and that if everything goes to good thing that we (as common cooking. We here are more used, pot we might be giving a pound citizens) do not have to come up perhaps, to bland, unspiced foods. of gold for a mere loaf of bread. with the solution to today's ecoA survey at Harvard MediWhen listening to an argument nomic problems. But it is obvious cal School found that the chancon CNN regarding the solution that neither do the powers that es of dying of cancer are lowest for today's financial crisis, it was be, even though we elected them among people who eat tomatoes suggested that by selling the gold to do so. (vitamin C). Mary E. Ringwall Warke, which the government owns, they Camrose A doctor in Philadelphia told could eliminate a large portion 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 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.

me that 200 grams of vitamin C (ascorbic acid) a day will restore the immune system. One can extrapolate from that, I suppose, to one's own health. I personally main line vitamin C. It is non-toxic and has no side effects. I think vitamin C is the new aspirin. In my health book it says it cures even leprosy. Dr. Linus Pauling's book, Cancer and Vitamin C, is good to read. I personally think cancer is an extreme form of scurvy – i.e., a massive vitamin C deprivation or lack thereof. Tanyss Peddie, Camrose

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Council supports Arts Days shows


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By Dan Jensen

The City of Camrose will provide $1,000 in sponsorship funding for an Alberta Arts Days kick- off show in the Bailey Theatre at the end of September. The show will be free if the Camrose Arts Society can come up with sponsorships totalling $3,000. "If we can get enough sponsors we will be able to offer two shows and provide an added exciting cultural experience to bring families together," explained Camrose Arts Society president Theo Thirsk in a July 25 letter to Mayor Chalmers and City council. The Camrose Arts Society has not yet determined who it will ask to perform at the show, but is looking at a list that could include Fred Penner. "It all depends on availability," said Thirsk. The government of Alberta is providing $5,000 to cover the costs of the Sept. 30 to Oct. 2 Arts Days activities, which will consist of a CAM FM DJ contest for teens, a Mandala art show, multicultural displays, a teen and adult writing workshop, Swinging Creations in a Bag, an old time radio show, a photography show, an instrument petting zoo, three bands at the music store, arts workshops for kids, an arts festival of local entertainers, a rehearsal with About Time Productions, and a performance of the play, Love Letters. The $5,000 we will be receiving from the government will cover all of these activities but not the kick-off show," said Thisk. Alberta Arts Days was initiated by the provincial government four years ago as an opportunity for all Albertans to access the arts. "Camrose has always tried to celebrate in some ways each of these years," said Thirsk. "This (2011) is the first year that any funding has been made available from the government and that has given opportunities that we did not have before, such as being able to offer more things." Councillor John Howard said the sponsorship of $1,000 shows council and the City of Camrose are committed to the arts. Councillor Daryl Shillington said the commitment fits in with the City of Camrose plan for economic development. The commitment leaves $4,000 in the Community Assistance Grant fund, which started the year at $25,000.


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Council has also granted permission to the Camrose Chamber of Commerce to operate the Mirror Lake Express (formerly Jeppa's Train) on Friday evenings for the rest of the summer when the train is unable to run on Tuesday or Thursday. The permission will allow the Chamber to better cater to those who look forward to riding the train and, in doing so, also continue to encourage growth of tourism in Camrose.


Covenant Health St. Mary’s Camrose have six students participating in the CAREERS next generation program. These six students w ill be working within various departments around St. Mary’s Hospital including lab and diagnostic imaging, rehabilitation, respiratory , administration and human resources and occupational health and safety, for approximately six weeks. Each student will be under the leadership of a mentor and will gain first hand experience of what it is like to work within a health care setting. The students are, left to right, Stephanie King, Becky Hoff, Madhu Nachnani, Michelle Clark, Larissa Braun and Samuel MacDonald.

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Final Registration and Request for Coaches Final registration will take place, Tuesday, August 23 and Wednesday, August 24th from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. in the Lobby of the Max McLean Arena. Anyone wanting to get rid of old equipment can bring it down for an “Equipment Swap” which will be held at the same time. You will be responsible for looking after your own equipment. CMHA will have Novice, Bantam and Midget Goalie Equipment for sale. Visit our website at for registration fee, policy regarding import or non-resident players, try out dates and camps! If you have never played hockey, a copy of your birth certificate, personal health number and legal land description will be required. Anyone considered to be an import or nonresident player must bring the necessary paperwork at time of try outs. You may contact our office at 780-608-7957 or email if you have any questions.

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All “A” teams, Novice Elks, Female and House League Teams. Closing date is Friday, August 26th. Please forward application forms to Minor Hockey Coordinators via email or mail to PO Box 1587, Camrose, AB T4V 4X6 or drop off during the final registration. Coach application and police check forms are available on the website under the “Downloads” tab.


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The Meridian Manufacturing Group in Camrose will be donating retractable steel poles on which Purple Martin houses are built for the Camrose Wildlife and Stewardship Society. From left to right, society president Glen Hvenegaard accepted the donation from Glenn Friesen, senior vice-president of Meridian with society treasurer Dan Olofson, Camrose Rotary Club's Carman Mason and Camrose Fish and Game's Tom Tomaszewski present.

The Meridian Manufacturing Group in Camrose will be helping the Camrose Wildlife and Stewardship Society build the retractable steel poles that Purple Martin houses are built on. "We will build a few poles each year for the Wildlife Society, so that more families can have Purple Martins on their properties," said Glenn Friesen, senior vice-president of Meridian. "We will not be selling the poles to individuals. If people want to attract Purple Martins and look after them, they need to talk to the society." The poles will be built to easily lower and raise the houses in which the birds nest. People who look after the birds are required to do regular checks on the them. The Purple Martins like to be near people, but also like to be high out of harm's way. Society president Glen Hvenegaard, who is also a professor at the University of Alberta, Augustana Campus, encourages more people to be involved in the program. "We started with eight pairs in 2003. By 2009, the numbers grew to about 170," said professor Hvenegaard. "However, the numbers went down to 107 in 2010 and now they are back up to 137. We want the number to be back up to the 2009 level next year." Rotarian Carman Mason, who houses several Purple Martins, says they are working hard to increase the population. "We would like to add houses at a number of acreages or out of the city locations." The Camrose Rotary Club helps fund the summer student program. Tom Tomaszewski, of the Camrose and District Fish and Game Association, also helps to build specially-designed Purple Martin Houses. For more information on housing Purple Martins or to volunteer, contact society treasurer Dan Olofson at 780-678-6721 or 780-672-2797. Camrose hosts a Purple Martin Festival every year at the Stoney Creek Centre in early June. A full day of bus tours, walking tours, keynote speakers and booths all about the birds is usually planned for the event. The festival is organized by the Camrose Wildlife and Stewardship Society.

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Sorenson stresses importance of remembering By Dan Jensen

Crowfoot constituency Member of Parliament Kevin Sorenson stressed the importance of remembering the heritage those who went before us in the Camrose Founders Days opening ceremony August 12. "This year we can look at the University of Augustana Faculty and be thankful for the vision and energy of Reverend Thomas Torger Carlson, who served as vice president for the Alberta Norwegian Lutheran College Association and secured both student residences and classroom space for that first year of operation," said Sorenson in a speech read by John Howard. "This year we can look at the Bailey Theatre, the promise of the Camrose Performing Arts Centre, the multitude of groups who bring to our community dance, music and the arts, and we can be thankful for the creativity and hard work of Carla Didrickson-Hoyme, who brought her skills to bear in ensuring that early on Camrose would be a place of music and the arts. "This year we can drink safe water, be grateful for sanitary sewer and storm water drainage, drive on roads that are mostly quite passable and over bridges we deem safe. These infrastructures that maintain the City of Camrose can be traced back to Mr. M.A. Maxwell, who worked for the Town of Camrose as an engineer in 1911. His role in the successful development of both the electric plant and water works installation allowed Camrose to emerge as a flourishing municipality." Sorenson said Camrose was fortunate to have leaders like Reverend Thomas Torger Carlson, Mr. M.A. Maxwell and Carla Didrickson-Hoyme. "Suffice it to say that the founders may not have held in their wildest imaginations that which we see today, yet we would not see today what is ours to enjoy if it had not been for these founders."

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Camrosians warming up to compostables program By Dan Jensen

Camrosians appear to be warming up to the recently implemented compostable recycling program but still have concerns about the $4.15 per month compost collection fee on their monthly utility bills. A report presented to City council Aug. 8 by director of infrastructure services Mark Barrett showed that the organics and yard waste collected between April and June this year totalled 468.4 tonnes, compared to 112.61 tonnes for the same three months of 2010. The compostables collection truck picked up 23 per cent of the materials, while 77 per cent were delivered to the compost bunker at the recycling centre. Barrett anticipates the use of the collection vehicle will increase as people get used to the organics/compostables program.

"I don't think they understand the bag limits, and are taking it down to the recycling depot regardless," said Barrett. The City of Camrose received between 600 and 800 calls and complaints between April and June about the collection contractor service "tagging bags." "What we are finding is that they continue to put yard waste in incorrect containers, which is plastic bags," said Barrett. "We can't deal with plastic and compostables. Those (the plastic bags) are what tend to trigger the violation tags." Sixty-four calls were received from residents who needed compostable materials to be defined. Seventy-six calls were received asking about where compostable bags can be purchased, and 48 calls were received inquiring as to the number of bags permitted

for compost and garbage collection (four). Eighty calls came from residents who were upset about the compost collection fee. "A common complaint from callers upset over the fee was that they currently compost in their own back yards and do not want to pay for a program that may not affect them directly," said Barrett. "These residents were advised that by maintaining their own compost they could control the quality of material they wish to utilize. The collection program could then be used to deal with excess organics and yard waste, including weeds." Councillor Max Lindstrand said that while there are many people who are simply not accessing the service of organic collection, the organics program has been a success in that it has

kept several hundred tonnes of compostable material out of the landfill. "The yard care companies in the past put grass clippings in bags and they ended up in the landfill. That is not happening anymore, so this is a success story. "Similarly, the four bag limit restricts how much residents can send to the landfill, so more and more people are probably choosing to use their half-ton and haul the grass down to the compost bunker." Lindstrand said the City of Camrose is well on its way to achieving its goal of reducing residential waste by fifty per cent from 2009 levels by the year 2015. Councillor Brandon Blatz expressed concern about the amount of compostable and

organic waste being collected by trucks and the amount that is being taken by residents themselves to the compost bunker. He also questioned whether taxpayers of Camrose are getting the best bang for their buck. "It (the $4.15) fee is in essence a tax, as it is something that is imposed on people whether they like it or not. "They are not utilizing the $4.15 per month service, they are taking it down there (to the recycling centre) themselves." Blatz feels there is still room to review the fees that the City of Camrose charges. "I find it interesting," he said, "that the City of Red Deer is able to offer both compostables collection as well as recyclables collection (paper and plastics) at a price that is less expensive than the City of Camrose."


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Schools, festivals and mountain spas By Glen Ogden

I have been living in Japan for two years now. I am teaching English in Kamifurano, the sister city of Camrose. I feel very lucky to be here and to experience the culture and people of Japan. As an English teacher for the town I go to 10 schools and I am known by almost all of the kids in town from ages 2-15. One thing that I enjoy is getting invited to join school activities, because I get a chance to interact with the kids more than just teaching English in a classroom or saying hello when they see me on the street. One of the things that surprised me was how small some of the schools are here in Japan. I have three schools that I go to that each have about 15 students in the whole school. The small schools are not the norm in Japan though, one of my Jr. High schools has 300 students for three grades. I really love the small schools because there is a greater interaction with the students and parents. They have invited me to join their school festivals and events to make me truly feel like part of the community. Two of those small schools are elementary schools and the other is a Jr. High school. In the spring time the Jr. High school had an event where they planted rice. They invited the other two small schools to help them as well as the parents in the community. In the fall time they will harvest the rice and in the winter they will make a kind of rice cake out of it. These are all very fun events to go to and I really enjoy the fact that they invite the other small schools to help them and to learn with them. Summer vacation for the kids just started here on July 22. And on July 24 Kamifurano had its town festival where people could enjoy live music and a night time parade that finished with fireworks. The following day one of my small schools invited me to go camping with them to celebrate the summer holidays. I really enjoy camping so I was eager to take them up on their offer. It was a little different than what I was used to because we ended up staying at a hotel/spa on a mountain, where I had my own room. It is a little more luxurious than the camping in Canada, but I didn't mind at all. One of the downsides of not being Japanese is that you will always be treated differently than if you were Japanese. The small schools help make me feel like I am part of the community, so I really enjoy them. Being treated differently can also mean getting a private room at a spa on a mountain, so sometimes it is good to always be treated as a guest rather then a resident.



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Glen Ogden took this photo of Japanese labourers planting rice.

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Women make your banking experience special Battle River Credit Union Ltd.

…a special summer feature In Camrose and area, a signifi cant number of women hold positions of power and prestige. Many others own their own small businesses or are key players in their respective companies. The Camrose Booster is profi ling some of the best, the brightest and the most prominent women who work, employ and lead in the community of which we are all so proud. Watch for profi les in future issues of the home team paper! If you would like to be a part of our next women in business issue, please call The Booster, 780.672.3142 and ask for Mike, Jeff, Sue or Ron.

Jane Beck, Owner/Operator The Lefse House

Jane Beck who, together with her parents Bernell and Linda Odegard, own and operate The Lefse House, is equally at home rolling dough in the spotless kitchen area or talking with customers. Either is simply part of another inevitably busy day at the irresistible, unique establishment. A NAIT graduate, Jane has helped take this authentic Scandinavian bakery and eatery to a new, exciting level since her family purchased the business in 2002. Today, all natural ingredients with no additives are exclusively used in the delicious, nutritious or, "Oh, I shouldn’t, but I’d better" Scandinavian speciality or meals. The business sells lefse. In fact, they sell loads of it! Sobey’s, the Co-op grocery chain, and delis such as Edmonton’s Sunterra Market all retail lefse produced by Jane and her growing family of dedicated staff. Jane's goal to increase the wholesale aspect of their business has paid off handsomely. Lefse, flatbread, krumkake, fattigmann and other remarkable Scandinavian favourites are perfected in the Camrose kitchen and are now routinely shipped to locations throughout the country. Recalls Jane, "Last December, we shipped a package of goodies to a Nova Scotia client. The freight was worth more than the product! It’s testament to our reputation and food quality." The Lefse House dining area is a great place to sit and experience a wonderful Scandinavian meal during the lunch hour or a special snack during your coffee break. Each Friday, the team, using Bernell’s secret cinnamon bun recipe, whips up about 16 dozen buns. They fl y out the door to offices and businesses across the city! What makes The Lefse House so special? People, recipes, attitude and manner of conducting business. Every day starts with a shopping trip for fresh meat and locally grown produce. The entire business is kept “hospital-clean”. Everyone is treated like family. Clients come and go, happy and completely satisfied! And Jane loves it! Stop by soon.

Pictured below are just some of the many dedicated and talented women who you may have come to know as a result of banking at BRCU. These well-trained, courteous and conscientious ladies are important members of an entire team that is driven to provide you with a pleasant experience in banking, plus ultracompetitive loan and deposit rates. All of our female employees, throughout our organization, are valued components of our highly successful financial services company. At each of our 11 branches, plus our head offi ce in City Centre Camrose, you will fi nd responsible and knowledgeable females on staff ready to provide helpful advice and prompt, effi cient service. At many of our branches there is a very strong probability the fi rst person you will encounter as you enter the premises to do your banking will be female. You’ll be greeted with a welcoming smile! You’ll also see a signifi cant percentage of our entire teller force is typically female and many loan interviewers and loan managers are also female. Maureen Grove, Pauline Marcinkowski and Paulette Robinson all hold key positions at our executive office. Chelsea Bromley, Melody Rott and Yvonne Schell have each put many years in our corporation and, byproving their value to our approximately 18,000 members and to our entire executive team, have each earned the status of branch manager in the communities of Sedgewick, Two Hills and Camrose (West End branch). Ashley Szott shows great promise and ability as a new hire for branch manager in Daysland. This means nearly half of managerial jobs in our entire organization have a female serving you as your branch manager! It’s clear women are very key to your business and our business! The Battle River Credit Union Ltd. Board Chair and the entire Board of Directors take this opportunity to salute each of the women we employ and who go the extra mile in serving you. We recognize “our women in business” for their roles in making us a clear first choice in the financial services sector in east central Alberta.

Just a few of our many valued females who are ready to help you meet your financial goals:

Maureen Grove Mgr. of Finance

Pauline Marcinkowski Mgr. of Administration

Paulette Robinson Executive Assistant/ Marketing Mgr.

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Glenda Beagle, Franchisee Marlin Travel

Glenda Beagle learned the travel business from one of the very best in the industry – an owner-operator agent in Ponoka who has a 40-year track record of counselling vacationers and making each customer feel special. Glenda, who was born and lives with her husband and two children in the Ferintosh area, quickly found out the joy of providing stellar advice and top-notch travel service. Repeat clients from far and wide became the norm. Then opportunity came knocking – a chance to set up a franchised travel option in Camrose. Marlin Travel offered her a reputable brand with a huge business benefit – the freedom to own and operate the franchised agency in the fashion of a private company! As a Marlin Travel franchisee, Glenda also offers Air Miles on most purchases! Glenda, who brings experience, charm and diligence to every transaction, takes the worry out of travel for her clients. "I’ve been known to work on a file at 2:00 a.m. to make sure I’ve got every detail of a trip perfectly covered," she proudly notes. She’s an experienced traveller, too. Highlight trips include a variety of cruises and excursions to Greece, Hawaii, Mexico, Dominican Republic and, of course, Las Vegas and Disneyland properties. Well-read on other destinations around the world, she can provide sound advice whether you’re gearing up for business travel or relaxing, pleasure trips. Though life has been hectic in recent months with the franchise purchase, offi ce set-up and a recent grand opening, much more is in store for you at Marlin Travel. Well-thought-out plans are going through Glenda Beagle’s mind for a Ladies' Travel Group. And, she’s on the verge of finalizing the last few pieces in putting together a comprehensive wedding planner travel package. Extraordinary travel, exceptional food, photography and wonderful destinations year-round and stress-free for all involved! Stay tuned!

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Ashley Szott Daysland Branch Mgr.

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Male driver leaves gas station without paying

By Murray Green

A male driver of a white 1988 to '93 Chevrolet 4 x 4 truck stopped to fill up with $94 worth of fuel at the New Norway Gas Station and fled the scene without paying for the merchandise. The Camrose RCMP Detachment is requesting the public's assistance with information about the theft. The incident took place at about 7:40 p.m. on Saturday, July 30. Missing vehicle

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Team Alberta baseball garner gold medals By Murray Green

Team Alberta set seven records, won 117 medals and the baseball squad earned gold medals in the first week at the Western Canada Summer Games in Kamloops, B.C. The stellar performances moved Alberta into second place in the medal standings behind the host British Columbia athletes on August 9. The final competition wrapped up on August 13. The men’s baseball team had a golden day on the diamond. After dropping their only game in round robin play to British Columbia, members of Team Alberta were seeking another opportunity for glory as they stepped onto the diamond to face the favourites in the gold medal game. Camrose baseball player Riley Guntrip was the main catcher on the Team Alberta baseball squad that successfully defended its crown. Head coach Rob Boik of Edmonton was confident in his team’s preparation going into the final. “With games like this, you just want your players to be focused,” said Boil. “We knew we had to be ready to play strong and even though we stumbled out of the gate, the boys kept working and brought in the victory.” Alberta was down 3-0 after

the first two innings. However, a sacrifice fly at the bottom of the third inning delivered Team Alberta’s first run, with another two runs scored at the bottom of the fourth to tie the game at 3-3. Both teams scored one run in the fifth and then Team Alberta pulled away with two runs in the seventh inning to win 6-4. Team Alberta started strong by defeating Manitoba 7-4 and Saskatchewan 10-3. However, the squad knew the toughest challenge came from the host B.C. club. Against Manitoba, Alberta’s baseball team opened with a tight game, with both teams tied at one after the third inning. Alberta picked up three runs in the top of the fourth inning to lead by three, but Manitoba closed the lead to one in the fifth inning. Another three-run inning clinched the victory for Alberta, 7-4. Riley played in Camrose for the past eight years, but decided to switch to the Red Deer Braves competitive squad to give himself a bigger challenge this season. He has played both catcher and pitcher this year and sees the difference in pitching. The Summer Games involve 345 athletes who compete in several events, including basketball, baseball, canoeing, wheelchair tennis and para-swimming.

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Riley Guntrip fires the ball to second as Team Alberta captured the gold medals at the Western Canadian Summer Games. He also competed in the Alberta Zone Championships in Red Deer and is then off to Winnipeg. He was picked up by the Sherwood Park Gold triple-A team to represent Alberta at the 2011 Western Championships. Riley is also playing in the U16 championship tournament in Lethbridge in late August.

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Story of last hanging to be told on Bashaw stage By Murray Green

The Bashaw Community Theatre is presenting The End of the Rope until August 21. It reopens the mass murder case of the last man hanged in Alberta and evolves around Robert Raymond Cook. Show times are on August 17, 11 p.m.; August 18, 6:30 p.m.; August 19, 2:30 p.m. and August 21, 12 noon. The End of the Rope , is an emotional one act play centered around Cook and told from the viewpoint of his law-

yer, David McNaughton. It is a two-man play that shares the conversations between Cook and McNaughton, from the time of his arrest to his eventual execution on November 15, 1960. On Sunday, June 28, 1959, seven members of the Raymond Cook family were brutally murdered and their bodies were dumped into the grease pit of their Stettler area home. The only remaining member of the family, Robert Raymond Cook, was soon accused and arrested as the prime suspect in the case.

After his arrest, Cook was sent to the Ponoka Mental Institute for psychiatric evaluation. Ten days later, he escaped and the largest manhunt in Alberta’s history ensued. More than 200 men fanned out to hunt him down. On Tuesday, July 14, a farm wife sighted a weary Cook, hiding in a pig barn. He waited there to be arrested without incident. The play stars Derek Simmers as Cook. The character of David McNaughton is played by Rob McDonald. The End of the

Rope is directed by Lori Miller, who has directed numerous community theatre productions over the past 25 years, including: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, Jesus Christ Superstar, Oklahoma, Alice in Wonderland, A Christmas Carol, Aladdin, Big River, Barnum and Aida. “It’s important to ensure that the stories which form our history are told,” said Lori. “Wherever you stand on the decision of Robert Cook, it’s the voices from our

given past, both his and all involved, that cause us to reflect, question and form an opinion.” The Bashaw Community Theatre invites you to be the judge and determine whether or not justice was served. This show contains strong language and mature content. Tickets are available by phone at 780409-1910. Tickets may also be purchased online at The show is also playing at the Edmonton Fringe Festival.

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Loss of wheat board critical for farmers By Murray Green

The proposed elimination of the Canadian Wheat Board (CWB) will not only hurt farmers, but also the local Battle River Railway. BRR is the former CN (Canadian National) Alliance sub, running from Camrose to Alliance. "We have just completed our first year of operation, and we are very pleased with our performance," said chair Ken Eshpeter. "One very important factor in our success to date, and into the future, is a program we have developed in conjunction with the CWB called composite blending. It allows us to put together trains of wheat and barley that are accepted at the terminal, based upon the composite grade of the train rather than each car having to stand only on its own merits." The Battle River Railway has had success in the movement of peas and canola, however, it has not been nearly as rewarding. It hasn't been from a lack of research and effort on its part. "We are trying continually to raise the volumes of these commodities. The difficulty lies in the fact that canola and pea shipments must be made to a sale," explained Ken. "Big grain is not at all interested in creating even a tiny economic incentive for a farmer to move a producer car of canola or peas, even though there is technically a $14 elevation charge to work with. If we have no wheat board, we are concerned that big grain will be able to create exactly that same scenario, whereby our economic incentive to load and move producer cars of wheat will be severely curtailed. This would result in our short lines’ loss of viability and bankruptcy." Three factors are crucial for a small entity like the Battle River Railway to be able to continue to transport producer cars for farmers: • An unbiased entity capable of assuring allocation of producer cars. This function for wheat is currently performed by the Canadian Grain Commission upon communicating with the CWB regarding its marketing plan. This allows cars to be made available as producer cars and also assures they make their way via CN to our interchange point at Camrose. • Availability of terminal space at the west coast. "Under the current system the CWB negotiates terminal space on our behalf," said Ken. "I am very concerned that without a wheat board, it could be very difficult for small players to access affordable terminal space." • Need for inward weighing and grading. Under the current system, the CGC (Canadian Grain Commission) weighs and grades all grain entering terminal space on the coasts. This service is crucial to shippers of producer cars.. The CWB performs many important tasks on behalf of farmers, small grain companies, farmer-owned inland grain terminals and short lines like the Battle River Railway. It acts as a referee so that all entities, big or small, can play the game. Under the current system of grain movement, a company must have a confirmed sale so that it can access hopper

cars to move the grain to a port position. The CWB makes those sales on behalf of wheat and barley growers. "Without the CWB acting as our sales agent in the market place, how would small players like the ones I listed be able to go out and make that kind of sale on their own behalf? If they try to partner with a large grain company that has been trying to eliminate small players for 30 years on the prairie horizon, I see the potential for huge issues with that David and Goliath scenario," stated Eshpeter. He went on to say, "As the managers of a short line railway, I, and my board of directors, have learned a great deal about grain marketing and transportation in the last two years. We have learned that huge amounts of revenue are leaving our farming industry and rural communities and are going straight into the pockets of big grain and big rail." The elimination of the CWB will accelerate that devastating trend immensely. "I realize that big grain and big rail have an agenda, but what makes their agendas more important than those of farmers, rural communities and small grain players? Over the course of the last 20 years, many promises have been made to farmers and rural communities. These promises intimated that proposed major changes to the grain accumulation and transportation systems would result in significant economic benefits to farmers and rural communities. This scenario has not played out. Instead, we see the continued hollowing out of the rural landscape." About 150 farmers, together with that many more rural citizens, as well as agricultural societies, town and county municipalities, seed cleaning co-ops, and small businesses raised enough money to buy 50 miles of this fabulous short line from Camrose to Alliance to try to stop this continuing loss of rural infrastructure. "Our first year of operation has been very successful. Now we get the feeling that our federal government is not interested in our welfare, but instead is more interested in giving another hand up to big players that already have the upper hand. Seems a peculiar strategy for a representative, democratically elected government." The re-organization of the structure of the CWB, whereby elected farmer members became responsible for board operations, was a giant step towards helping farmers manages their own affairs and add value to their commodities. Dismantling the CWB would go a long way to recreating a master-slave relationship that exists when the negotiating parties are not on equal footing. "I strongly urge farmers who support the maintenance of the single desk to fill out the ballot that you received in the mail. Strong support for the current structure of the CWB will help the board of directors of the CWB create a strong case in convincing Parliament that farmers should decide the future of the board." A meeting for local producers to talk about the Canadian Wheat Board will be held at the Camrose Regional Exhibition on Tuesday, August 16, at 7 p.m.

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Congratulations Kaethi and Joyce

The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Royal Canadian Legion, Camrose Branch 57, held a party July 3 for Kaethi Riexinger (left) and Joyce McVee, who have assumed new positions in Ladies' Auxiliary Alberta Northwest Territories Command. Kaethi is the Ladies' Auxiliary Command second vice president, while Joyce, who was presented with a new flasher for her uniform, is the new District 3 commander. Presenting floral bouquets to Kaethi and Joyce was Alberta Northwest Territories Ladies' Auxiliary Command president Sharen Fadek.

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Canada’s Tribute to ABBA Playing hundreds of sold-out live shows, the ABBA tribute band ARRIVAL has a sound and stage show that has been fine tuned to such a degree that they have many times been mistaken for the real ABBA!

Saturday, Sept. 17 – Dinner Show Buffet 6:00-7:30 p.m. Show 8:00 p.m. Dinner Show – $54.95

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Physio therapist signs with pro team When Life hands you lemons, well, make the best lemonade you can. That's the position in which Jan Beran, physiotherapist for the Junior A Kodiaks, found himself this summer. Scheduled for surgery in the country of his birth, Jan and his family travelled home to Czech Republic in June of this year. However, after recovering from the surgery, his Canadian work permit was nearing an end, so he found himself stuck there. “It's been stressful” says Beran. “As Canada immigration couldn't give us any kind of commitment regarding when the work visa would be issued, all we could do was wait.” Waiting was wearing on Jan, who is used to holding down more than one job working with athletes around Camrose. “I had been kept pretty busy,” Jan laughs. “Especially when the Vikings' season would start.” So it comes as little surprise to have Jan snapped up by a professional hockey team in Slovakia. “They understand that it is just temporary,” Jan assures us. “But they were a new team to their league this year, so the position of team physiotherapist was open.” His temporary employer is Lev Poprad, a professional team whose name means “Lion of Poprad” in English. Lev Poprad is also displaced from its roots, as the new Slovakian Hockey Federation team now plays 400 km from its previous rink in Prague. “They had to move countries to get accepted into this Pro league” explains Beran. “So it has been a long journey for them as well.” While Jan is absent from his post as resident sports expert at Battle River Physical Therapy, the University teams are gearing up for the upcoming season. Being without Jan for a month or more made clinic owner Crystal Westergard concerned. To fill these big shoes, a search was made for an expert sports therapist who might be able and willing to fill in for a while. This is where James Squire came into the picture. Interestingly, he's another physiotherapist who is waiting for his paperwork to be processed. The difference is James is a Canadian waiting to immigrate to Australia. James is a physiotherapist practicing with NorMed Clinic in Sherwood Park, as well as acting as trainer and coach for the Salisbury Sabres Football team. He has applied to practice in Australia, “Where it's warmer!” says James. As Westergard says “Camrose is fortunate to have world class therapists who want to work with our teams."

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Miracle Treat Day …on Thursday, August 11, was a huge success! Although national statistics are not yet available, it was a

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BAWLF PLAYSCHOOL AND BAWLF OUT-OF-SCHOOL CARE August 25 and 26 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. At the Playschool/Out-of-School Care Building (201 Macrae St.) – Playschool children must be a minimum of 3 years of age to attend. – Please bring your child’s birth certificate. – Bring your legal land location/address as well as one emergency contact legal land location/address.

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ii its The Camrose Booster will be publishing the next of part as s popular Sign Up Now serie three issues. Be part of the community’s favourite community newspaper in informing readers about what you’re offering in terms of educational courses, sports opportunities, fitness programs, craft or hobby classes, leisure activities, etc. It’s one of our most popular features of the year! Deadline is 6 p.m. on Friday prior to each of these publishing dates: August 23, August 30 and September 6. For professional assistance with your message, contact:

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Supplies for Haiti St. Mary’s Hospital donated medical supplies to aid those in need in Haiti. Pam Morris, left, accepts medical supplies from Gladys Holdsworth that will be shipped to Haiti along with building supplies, school supplies and cash donations. An orphanage, God’s Littlest Angels, is looking to rebuild Haiti one house at a time. The approximate cost of each house is $8,000.

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Community registration night set By Dan Jensen Get out your pens and put a big circle around Sept. 7 on your calendar. That's the date of the fifth annual Community Registration Night at the Camrose Field House (4516-54 Street, Camrose). Community Registration Night is a chance to register for sports, arts, learning, recreation and volunteer opportunities at one central location. "We have 57 displayers that will provide information about activities in Camrose and area," said Diane McLaren, of Camrose Adult Learning Council, which is co-sponsoring the event along with the City of Camrose and Camrose Regional Exhibition. "There will be several new clubs, interesting learning courses, fulfilling volunteer options and healthy physical activity programs from which to choose." The Family Violence Action Society will be serving chili and vegetable soup at the event to raise funds for its programs. The Community Registration Night will run from 6:30 to 9:00. More information may be obtained by contacting McLaren at 780-672-8754, or by emailing


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…MORE LISTINGS FROM CENTRAL AGENCIES OUT OF TOWN FERINTOSH ... Ideal for first time buyer or investor. 780 sq. ft., 2-bdrm., kitchen w/oak cabinets. Full bsmt., open, w/RID, new hot water tank. Upgraded insul. and shingles in past 10 yr. Older garage for storage. Asking $68,500 CA316080 ROU N D H I LL 3-BDRM. MOBILE HOME ... with 12’x19’ addition, laminate flooring. 22’x24’ heated garage situated on 4 lots. Don’t miss out on this one! Asking $87,500 CA296496 N E W N O R WAY 1248 SQ. FT. 3-BDRM. HOME ... well taken care of. New laminate flooring, paint, vinyl windows, vaulted ceiling, corner wood FP, MF laundry, master with 2-pc. en suite, 24’x40’ gar. Shed, appl. also incl. CA310981 Asking $189,900 HEISLER ... exc. location in picturesque small town. 10 min. to Daysland. Well maintained 4-bdrm. bungalow, 3 baths, double gar. large landscaped lot. A home for family enjoyment. Asking $179,900 CA316500 NEW NORWAY – SPACIOUS, NEAT, BRIGHT, AF F O R DAB LE ... 1300 sq. ft. 4-bdrm. fin. up and down. Upgrades incl. alder cupboards, laminate flooring, main bath redone, new hi-E furnace. Fenced yard, 2-car garage. Great place to raise a family. Close to playground, school. Be sure to view! CA308146 Now asking $189,500

HAY LAKES ... Cute and cozy 2-bdrm. home. Ideal for first time buyer or investor. Many recent upgrades, large lot. CA314170 Asking $118,500 HAY LAKES ... exceptional quality in this fully developed home! Spacious entry, vaulted ! D ceilings, hardwood CE U ED R floors. Gorgeous kitchen with custom cabinets. Functional bonus room over garage. CA309562 Now asking $394,500

QUICK POSSESSION – NEW PRICE! TILLICUM BEACH – LAKE FRONT – GREAT VIEWS ... from this very impressive year ’round home. 1928 sq. ft. 2-storey + 430 sq. ft. bonus room above gar. Lovely open MF plan. Hardwood floors, open hardwood stairway to upper level. Lovely private yard, picnic area, 2 serviced RV parking sites. Great family home. Bus at gate. Pvmt. from house to Camrose. Act quick. A must see! CA313853 Now asking $329,500 DAYSLAND – I M PR ESSIVE QUALITY AND FEATURES ... neat 3300 sq. ft. of totally fin. floorspace. Entire exterior is brick. Very spacious open floor plan. Lovely floor to ceiling slate FP. Vaulted cedar ceilings. skylites, corner waterfall feature in foyer. Super size attach. gar. A must see! Excellent value. Only asking $299,500 CA314597 BASHAW – BEAUTIFULLY FINISHED 1560 SQ. FT. ... 4 bdrm. 4-level split. Hardwood floors, open concept, 26’x40’ gar., tons of storage. Within 10 min. to beach at Buffalo Lake. Half hour to Camrose, Ponoka or Stettler. Now asking $289,500 CA310516 2 LOTS – BAWLF ... well located, serviced, sideby-side. Perfect for building in town with school, services. Only $30,750 each CA311576 RYLEY ... You’ll be impressed! in REDUCE D! Built 2007, 1580 sq. ft. bungalow, 3 bdrm., large kitchen/dining area, spacious LR, 3 baths incl. soaker jacuzzi tub. Appl. incl. stainless steel stove, fridge, DW, all window cov. Oversize deck, front concrete parking pad, 3-car gar. Shed. Ask $274,500 CA311487 DAYS L A N D – LOVELY R E N O VAT E D 5 - B D R M . BUNGALOW ... Lots to offer incl. MF laundry, corner pantry, tiled/laminate flooring, new counter tops, wood stove, gorgeous 4-pce. bath. New siding, htd. attach. gar., unique stone fence. Too much to note, you’ll have to see it to appreciate it! Asking $234,900 CA315337

RESIDENTIAL LOTS 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 TWO CUL-DE SAC LOTS IN CREEKVIEW SUBDIVISION ... a great place for your new home or project. Close to park, walking trails and valley. Architectural controls apply. Ask $77,000 – CA311394 $85,900 – CA303320 MULTI-FAMILY LOT NOW AVAILABLE We offer one 2.5 acre parcel CA298482

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4870-51 Street, Camrose


Central Agencies Home of the Week

Bright, cheery bungalow by trails

By Murray Green

Enjoy this cheerful 1,134 square foot bungalow located on a beautiful tree-lined street within close proximity to the Mirror Lake walking trail system. There is nothing dull about this bright colourful home, both inside and out. It is well landscaped with perennials, has a double detached garage and also has RV parking space. The inviting blue door welcomes you to step inside and into the large living room to relax. The open floor space leads to the gorgeous dining area and a kitchen that will make you say wow with bright yellow cupboards, and lots of storage space. You'll be in awe as you dream of easily preparing meals with the handy counter top

stove and the attractive built-in oven. The tiled mosaic floors in both the main and downstairs bathrooms are simply breathtaking. The large master bedroom features plenty of closet space. Good-sized second and third bedrooms are ideal for a growing family. Currently they are used as an office and a main floor laundry room. A beautiful four piece bathroom is also on the main level. The developed basement has a large recreation room with a lovely fireplace. A fourth bedroom, storage space, a three-piece bathroom and a utility room that is set up for a laundry area are also located in the basement. Recent renovations include

Lyndsey Delwo some new windows and new doors at the front and rear entrances. The rear door leads to a huge backyard, which features a double garage, RV parking, shrubs, fruit trees and beautiful flowers. This home has a stucco and vinyl exterior and is located in an attractive part of the city, close to green areas. An open house will be held at this impressive 12 Grand Park Crescent home on Thursday, August 18, from 3 to 5 p.m. It is attractively priced to sell at $253,000. If you are unable to attend the open house, contact Lyndsey Delwo for a tour at: Central Agencies Inc. 4870-51 Street, Camrose 780-672-4495 or 780-678-6117 cell

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Wed., Aug. 17, 2-4 p.m. 2401-57 Street, Valleyview

QUALITY BUILT HOME IN VALLEYVIEW ... features beautiful cabinetry, granite countertops, corner pantry, hardwood/tile flooring, triple car garage. Asking $369,900 CA 308843

OPEN HOUSES Thur., Aug. 18, 12-2 p.m. 6502-45 Avenue WELL KEPT 4-BDRM. BUNGALOW ... close to all amenities. Prior upgrades over years incl. shingles, furnace / a/c unit, kitchen cupboards, some flooring, few windows, 24’x30’ oversize garage completed in 2001. All appl. incl. View this home today! CA316691 Asking $244,900

Thur., Aug. 18, 3-5 p.m. 12 Grand Park Crescent

“Home of the Week – See page 23!” BRIGHT AND C H E E R Y BUNGALOW ... Situated on a beauREDUCED! tiful tree-lined street close to Mirror Lake trails! There are 3 bedrooms upstairs, one that is currently being used for convenient main floor laundry. Finished basement. Beautifully landscaped both front and back. Double detached garage and RV parking. Come and take a look. Now asking $253,000 CA316597

Thur., Aug. 18, 3-5 p.m. 5312-58 Street Close “Stoney Creek Meadows””

WELL-KEPT HALF DUPLEX IN STONEY CREEK MEADOWS ADULT COMMUNITY ... extended deck w/ beautiful views backing onto the Creek. Double attached garage, spacious rooms, MF laundry, oak cabinets, central vac, central vac, gas FP, fin. bsmt. No condo fees! A quiet location perfect for retirees. Asking $312,900 CA316945

Thur., Aug. 18, 3-5 p.m. 6604-53 Avenue

“Excellent value – Don’t miss out! Vacant – Try an offer!” ATTRACTIVE, BRIGHT, SPACIOUS – IMMEDIATE POSS. ... very impressive 2-storey floor plan. Living/dining room, family kitchen, family room gas FP, 4 bdrm., 4 baths, upper laundry. Fin. bsmt. 2-car insul. garage. Fenced yard. Shingles 2008. Appl. incl. Move in cond. Across street from golf course. Try an offer! Ask $319,900 CA317092

Thur., Aug. 18, 3-5 p.m. 3717-68A Street 1727 SQ. FT. 2-STOREY ... fully finished 4-bdrm. home located in Southwest G! IN ST LI Meadows! Front covNEW ered deck, lovely staircase leading upstairs, large master, workable kitchen w/maple cabinets, corner pantry. Gas FP, A/C, oversized garage, great back yard w/large deck to entertain. CA317555 Asking $414,900

Sat., Aug. 20, 2-4 p.m. 5906-44 Avenue

COZY AND COMFORTABLE IN MATURE AREA CLOSE TO SCHOOLS AND EDGEWORTH CENTRE ... Spacious living and dining area – functional kitchen. Newly fenced yard with garden and RV capabilities. Shingles done in ’08, Furnace in ’04. Great Starter or Project Home. Asking $207,500 CA316652


GREAT OPPORTUNITY ... 0.91 acres just south off Hwy 13 in Camrose, behind Camrose Cycle. Zoning C3. Asking $350,000 CA316240 E X C I T I N G OPPORTUNITY FOR DEVELOPMENT ON MAIN STREET CAMROSE ... vacant 25’x120’ lot zoned C1. Future development will have to follow City of Camrose Downtown Action Plan. Asking $75,000 CA315054

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INVESTMENTS/ BUSINESSES EXCEPTIONAL B U S I N E S S OPPORTUNITY – RECREATIONAL/ R E S O R T PROPERTY! ... Wow! An impressive 45.52 acre parcel w/ beautiful, peaceful country setting. Facilities incl. Rosebush Craft & Tea House, Heritage Home B&B, 9 hole pitch and putt golf course, main residence, RV camping sites, dandy 30’x43’ htd. workshop, 32’x48’ shed, 40’x70’ quonset. Exc. site plan, beautiful landscaped setting. You’ll want to explore this exciting opportunity! You have to see it! Now asking $679,900 CA315880 THREE BUSINESS VENTURES IN ONE PACKAGE – OHATON ... Former Auto Shoppe location, 3970 sq. ft. shop w/ sep. work bays, 12’x14’ and 12’x12’ OH doors, exhaust fan, new furnace, 220 plugs plus 39’x99’ outdoor compound. 3244 sq. ft. of 10 mini-storage bays w/7’x8’ OH doors – great to bring in rental income. Also features 1048 sq. ft., 4-bdrm. home w/many recent upgrades. Exc. opportunity to set up your business, use the storage or bring in rental income and have a place to call home! CA316235 Asking $395,000 DON’T MISS OUT ON THIS EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY TO BUY THIS ... multi-use main floor presently used for retail and electronic repairs with overhead door. Upper level rented to a long term tenant. Very clean, well-maintained. New roof 2005. New price, only ask $224,500 CA 309676 SEDGEWICK – EXC. INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY ... 77.59 acres, corner location, fronting onto Hwys 13, 869. Phone for more details. CA298363 INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS ... exc. main street bldg. and location. Move in condition, 2680 sq. ft. plus lower level. 3-stall parking and fenced storage. Asking $269,500 CA316796 GREAT OFFICE SPACE – GREAT LOCATION ... close to post office. Presently occupied by accounting firm. Avail. Nov. 1/ll. Phone for more info. CA317234


EXCELLENT OFFICE OR BUSINESS LOCATION! ... Very nicely developed 2250 sq. ft. and 900 sq. ft. bays with A/C. Exc. parking, independent utilities. Quick possession. $2100 and $750/mo. Call now for details! CA315173, CA315166


CAMROSE EAST … 160 acres 1/2 mi. off pavement with vg set of buildings featuring 1800 sq. ft. 3-bdrm. split level home, heated quonset, mechanical workshop, htd. machine/woodworking shop, 2-car gar., machine shed, other farm buildings. Attractive treed yard. Subdivision of 13 or 80 acres possible and additional adjoining 160 acres can also be purchased. Ask $489,000 CA313788 IDEAL LOCATION ADJO INING HWY. 26 ... quarter section. VG perimeter fence and cross fence. 2 dugouts. Approx. 110 acres seeded pasture, balance natural. Good location for building. Aerial map on file. Now ask $139,500 CA287869 BAWLF – 1/2 S E C T I O N WITH GOOD BUILDINGS ... and shelter belt. 3-bdrm. bungalow with some upgrades, double garage, 6 steel bins. Good grain producing area! Now ask $579,000 CA301458 138.9 ACRES – ON PAV EMENT ... frontage on both Hwy 26 and Hwy 854 intersection. Grazing quarter fenced and UC cross Hwy access for ! EDfenced. REDonly yard site. Now $129,900 CA299159


IMPRESSIVE OFFICE SPACE ... very well planned. Four offices, reception area, conference/board room, bathroom and storage. Excellent location to post office and Bank of Montreal. CA313119

Beautiful Valleyview Bungalows by Battle River Homes! Absolutely an exceptional walkout bungalow with awesome valley views!

SOLD Walk-out 1707 sq. ft. 34’x31’/26’ garage CA315818 Asking $712,162

Superb bright open plan, amazing window views, stunning staircase, beautiful coffered ceilings, exceptional kitchen, granite, walkthrough pantry, beautiful hardwood and tiled floors, superb ensuite and MF laundry. Cozy in-floor heating. 34’x31’/26’ htd. garage and more! FINISHED WITH ELEGANCE!

Additional Bungalows 1585 sq. ft. 3 bedrooms 24’x26’ garage CA315253 Asking $424,162 1400 sq. ft. 2 bedrooms 23’x26’ garage CA315238 Asking $403,162


CAMROSE HOMES UNDER $300,000 1481 SQ. FT. 3-BDRM. 2-STOREY HOME ... located near park, within walking distance of Camrose west end shopping. Kitchen w/oak cabinets, centre island eating bar, MF laundry, huge master w/walk-in closet and 3-pce. ensuite. Bsmt. open for future dev. Appl. incl. Asking $287,500 CA316332 G R E A T LOCATION, QUIET STREET ... only a block from Jack Stuart School. 1146 sq. ft., 4-bdrm. bungalow features oak cabinets in kitchen, master with en suite, fin. bsmt. w/hardwood. Mature fenced yard w/huge recently built 26’x26’ garage c/w infloor heat! Now asking $284,500 CA311291 EXCELLENT FAMILY HOME WITH SUPERB YARD! ... You’ll be impressed by this immaculate home, all the recent reno’s and over 2300 sq. ft. of dev. living space. Features lovely kitchen, great dinette, cov. deck, spacious LR, family room, huge games/ hobby room, superb laundry room. Great yard, private courtyard, 24’x24’ garage and more! Hurry, you’ll want to SEE this one! Asking $289,000 CA316278 EXCELLENT CONDO – GREAT LOCATION! ... 4-bdrm. townhouse offers worry free lifestyle! Features open plan, beautiful maple cabinetry, bay window, 3 baths, fin. bsmt. Rear deck, detached garage and more! Now ask $209,000 CA311484 IDEAL LOCATION TO SCHOOLS AND HOSPITAL ... Bungalow features 5 bdrm., 2 baths, mother-in-law suite. Nice open floor plan w/vaulted ceilings. 6 major appl. Enclosed deck w/hot tub. Htd., single gar. Asking $279,000 CA314752 CLOSE TO MIRROR LAKE AND WALKING G! NEW LISTIN TRAILS ... Great starter or investment property with desired crescent location! Very well maintained 4-bdrm. bungalow with privated treed yard. Dev. bsmt. w/separate kitchenette. 3 baths, 22’x26’ garage, RV parking and more! Call now! Ask $229,500 CA317109 FAMILY BUNGALOW, BACKING ONTO PARK ... spacious 1388 sq. ft. plan w/attractive foyer, easy keep tile and laminate flooring, dandy kitchen, spacious LR and DR. 4 bdrm., 3 baths and huge family/games room in dev. bsmt. 24’x26’ gar., alley access, tiered decking overlooks park! Now asking $282,500 CA314711 CLOSE TO JACK STUART SCHOOL, BUILT IN 1987 ... hardwood flooring, sunken LR, 4 bdrm., 2 baths. Large deck, 24’x26’ garage. Backs onto lge. green space. Asking $249,000 CA302932 VERY IMPRESSIVE, IMPERIAL VILLAS ... enjoy the worry-free condominium lifestyle, and the new lower prices. You’ll be proud to call this home in a great central location. Be sure to view so you can appreciate the quality and details. Built energy efficient. Price incl. $3500 appl. allow. CA315312 New lower prices starting at $224,900 incl. GST BEAUTIFUL 2-BDRM. CONDO ... 5 appl., in suite laundry. Close to downtown, low maintenance, perfect for students. CA305236 Now asking $168,900



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 PERFECT FOR HORSES! ... 8.95 acres, custom land! scaped, 2384 sq. ft. ED UC RED 2-storey, 5 bdrm., 4 baths, lots of living space, 2 FP, master suite has 2 closets, 3-pce. en suite,large south facing maint. free deck. Double attached garage, horse barn with lean-to, 40’ paddocks, 2 feeders. Only 5 min. north of Camrose. CA311605 Now asking $585,000 10.18 ACRES SOUTH OF FERINTOSH … S SE 1672 sq. ft. bungaT FOR HOR GREA low with lots of upgrades – windows, furnace, hardwood, slate tile, shingles in 2005. 32’x48’ htd. shop w/two 220 plugs and air filter. Fenced for horses w/Electrobraid. Barn and horse shelter plus two storage bldgs. Already set up for horses! Asking $439,900 CA316012 BEAUTIFUL PRIVATE TREED ACREAGE! ... picture perfect 3.36 ! ED acres of paradise only UC RED 1/2 mi. to city limits. Lovely character 1-1/2 storey home, huge south facing deck, beautiful landscaped yard, superb 30’x40’ htd. garage. You have to see it! Now only $355,900 CA304324 YOU’LL LOVE THE LOCATION! ... 3 km east on Hwy 26. Beautiful park-like setting on 3.93 acres. Ideal for large family or B&B. Large split-level home, 3360 sq. ft. Very spacious rooms, 6 bdrm., family room w/gas FP, great room for entertaining large gatherings. All major appl. Dble. attach. gar. plus 24’x28’ htd. gar./workshop. Exceptional yard, treed, flowering shrubs, flower beds. 2 riding lawn mowers, snowblower. Pleasure to show! Now ask $616,000 CA315025 3 - B D R M . BI-LEVEL ON 25 ACRES 10 MIN. ! NE OF RYLEY ... EY YL R R NEA only 3 km off pavement. New furnace, new cistern, large wrap-around deck. Exc. yard site w/ barn, firepit area, htd. gar./workshop. Great potential for animal lovers, only about an hour to outskirts of Edmonton, Fort Saskatchewan, Nisku. Listing realtor related to seller. Ask $319,900 CA310745

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WELL DESIGNED 2-STOREY ... with 4 bdrm., 4 baths, a/c, landscaped, fenced. Close to shopping, playgrounds, etc. A real family home! CA316586 Asking $279,000 IMPRESSIVE – IMMACULATE ... Perfect for retirement, NEW PRICE! nothing to do but move in and enjoy! Great easy-to-keep yard. Nice patio area. Numerous upgrades, 2-car garage. All appl. included. Now asking $207,900 CA315927 NEXT TO NEW ATTRACTIVE OPEN PLAN ... w/vaulted ceiling. Family kitchen w/pantry, island. Master bdrm. features en suite w/heated floor. Bright bsmt. open for future dev. CA298435 Now asking $294,835 BEAUTIFUL 1915, 2197 SQ. FT. 5-BDRM., 3 BATH HOME ... located on large mature corner lot close to Mirror Lake walking trails, downtown. You’ll enjoy the ample amount of space this home has to offer incl. additional 2-bdrm. suite w/separate entrance in bsmt. Property is also zoned R3. CA310601 Asking $269,000 BEAUTIFUL END UNIT TOWNHOUSE CONDO ... close to downtown and Mirror Lake walking paths. 3 bdrm., framedin bsmt., hardwood floors, open kitchen, large 10’x10’ deck, large bright windows throughout. Worry-free lifestyle great for first time home buyers, investors or for those looking to downsize. CA316300 Asking $204,750 CENTRAL Q U I E T LOCATION ... 3-bdrm. bungalow w/extras – new carpets, paint upstairs. Covered deck, private patio, extra large single garage. Very bright and cheerful! Now asking $289,000 CA314361 EXCELLENT CONDO, GARAGE IN BLDG. ... Close to west end amenities. Features spacious floor plan on top floor w/vaulted ceiling, bright windows, dandy kitchen, cozy gas FP in LR, den, enclosed sun deck, laundry. Beautiful MF lounge, kitchen, games area. Call now! CA315457 Asking $189,777 OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS ... ideal lot w/old house, exc. central location for multifamily dev. Oversized 60’x235’ lot. Zoned R3. Asking $158,500 CA315592 L O C A T I O N ! LOCATION! ... Very neat, fully fin. Ideal family home. Large family kitchen, superb yard. 3 schools and rec centre very close – no more driving. New shingles. Quick possession! Now only $229,500 CA316981 GREAT FAMILY HOME – CENTURY MEADOWS ... some reno’s done incl. garden doors to deck, counter tops, new front and back doors, new FP insert downstairs. Beautiful back yard and raised gardens, paving stones, shrubs and trees. A must see home! Asking $259,900 CA31 6998 CENTRAL LOCATION ... schools, parks, downtown. 3-bdrm. bungalow, garage, many upgrades, newer shingles, open bsmt. Asking $192,000 CA316926 I M M A C U L A T E EXC. LOCATION! ... You’ll be impressed, nothing to do but move into this bright bi-level. Terrific family home, close to large park w/skating rink, close to school. 2-car garage. Metal fence w/privacy slats. Appl. incl. Only asking $239,500 CA317060 4-BDRM. BUNGALOW ... easily converted to 5. Close to schools, Edgeworth Centre, parks and much more. RV parking, 22’x24’ gar., firepit. Newer furnace, flooring and bath upgrades. Exc. location. Ask $243,500 CA314795 EXCELLENT STARTER HOME BUILT IN 2005 ... 2 bdrm. up w/spacious kitchen, dining and living area. Newly built south-facing deck – great size for entertaining. Bsmt. has been recently done too. 1 bdrm., 3-pce. bath, utility room, nook. Bsmt. has potential for 4th bdrm. Well-kept one-owner home w/quick possession possible! Asking $265,000 CA317550 I M P E R I A L V I L L A S CONDOMINIUM … Superb central location; worry SIVE free lifestyle; ES PR IM Y R VE open spacious design; 9’ ceilings; quality construction; built energy efficient; price includes $3500 appliance allowance. Immed. possession. Prices starting at $224,900 CA2 89045


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NEW 2006 SQ. FT. TWO STOREY IN CREEKVIEW... Triple car garage, walkthrough pantry, main floor laundry and bonus room upstairs. Master bdrm. has his/hers walk-in closets and 4 pce. en suite with soaker tub. Great family plan – call today and choose your colors. Asking $379,900 CA316637 WELL MAINTAINED UPGRADED 3-BDRM. BUNGALOW ... close to schools and parks. MF beautiful oak flooring in main areas, cork on kitchen floor and stairs. Garage, shop 220V, carport, 2 newer furnaces, sunroom and more! Asking $319,000 CA317069



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EXCEPTIONAL B I - L E V E L ACROSS FROM PARK, CENTURY MEADOWS! ... bright open floor plan w/open staircase, vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors, arches, columns. Superb kitchen, granite countertops, lovely LR. Master bdrm., spacious laundry, millennium deck, 22’x24’ gar. You’ll love it! Now asking $419,900 CA312712 CUSTOM BUILT VALLEYVIEW BUNGALOW – CLOSE TO PARKS NEW PRICE! AND TRAILS! ... featuring beautiful open plan w/vaulted ceilings, display ledges, niches. Lovely LR, exc. kitchen, extra bright dinette, MF laundry, exc. bsmt. Awesome fenced yard, beautifully landscaped, covered veranda, deck, huge courtyard, RV parking. It’s all done! Reduced to $395,700 CA314436 EXCITING NEW DESIGN FROM ZETSEN MASTER BUILDERS... 1555 sq. ft. TwoStorey featuring 20x24 ! Garage, vaulted ceilings JUST LISTED in master bedroom, upstairs laundry, large entryway and spacious living space. Call today and put your touch on it. Asking $335,900 CA316641 IMPRESSIVE B I - L E V E L , C E N T U R Y MEADOWS! ... Beautiful bright E! LU open floor plan VA PTIONAL EXCEspacious featuring foyer w/22’ ceilings, open staircase, vaulted ceilings, display ledges, lots of bright windows. Exceptional kitchen, huge island, bright dinette, cozy FP in great rm., flex room, superb en suite, soothing jetted tub. Lg. games room, media room. Private yard, tiered decking, gar. is all finished. RV parking and more! CA315656 Asking $379,500 WALK OUT BASEMENT ... 3-Bedroom Multilevel with Triple car garage. Beautiful kitchen with maple cabinets, corner pantry and raised eating bar. Gas fireplace in living room. Master on the main floor with en suite and walk-in closet. Still time to pick your finishes! Asking $398,900 CA316636 YOU WILL BE IMPRESSED ... by this immaculately kept bungalow! Bright and spacious open floor plan, beautiful hardwood floors, fin. bsmt. Situated on large lot, with quiet and tranquil view. A must see! Asking $389,900 CA314583 B E A U T I F U L RENOVATED HOME ... with great locaREDUCED! tion on huge lot with exceptional curb appeal. Prior upgrades incl. paint, windows (except LR), furnace, shingles, sidewalks, completely redone bsmt. Park-like yard incl. mature trees, fish pond, garden, firepit. You’ll need to view this home to appreciate it. 24’x26’ gar, appl. included. Now ask $333,900 CA315825 POPULAR MULTILEVEL FROM ZETSEN MASTER BUILDERS... 3-bedroom Multilevel with large windows, great kitchen, spacious living/dining, vaulted ceilings and great basement appeal. Still time for choices if you call today. Asking $335,900 CA316640 WOW! BEAUTIFUL FRESH NEW PAINT! EXCELLENT VALLEYVIEW BUNGALOW CLOSE TO PARKS AND TRAILS! ... Quality and custom built with beautiful open floor plan, vaulted ceilings, alcoves, columns and display ledges! Exceptional kitchen, granite, NU-Heat tiling, soothing air tub, cozy 3-sided FP, MF laundry. RV option, vinyl fencing and more! Now only $417,900 CA310539 E X C E L L E N T VALUE – LOVELY EXECUTIVE HOME ... very impressive, spacious 3215 sq. ft., 2-storey. Quiet cres., large pie-shape lot. Enjoy privacy from 2-tiered patio. Very impressive floor plan. Superb family room w/open cathedral ceiling, FP. Double staircase to upper level, 4 bdrm. Superb master bdrm., en suite. Be sure to view! Nothing to do but move in Now includes furnishings. Phone for more details. Only asking $579,500 CA312761 BRAND NEW TWO-STOREY IN CREEKVIEW ... except. family floor plan showcases 3 bdrm., MF laundry, 5-pce. master en suite, open concept MF. Dbl. gar. Corner lot location w/large yard and fence partially completed. This exciting new plan is sure to impress! Asking $337,900 CA313391 A M A Z I N G VALLEYVIEW BUNGALOW – SUPERB G! IN LIFESTYLE! ... ST LI NEW Valley and walking trails close by! Beautiful quality built home features gorgeous open plan, 12’ coffered ceilings, bright windows, exc. kitchen, granite, superb cabinetry, huge island, awesome master/en suite, exc. bsmt., huge family/media room, in-floor htg., dandy 24’x24’ garage, lots more! It’s perfect! Ask $495,888 CA317042 EXCITING NEW FLOORPLAN FROM ZETSEN MASTER BUILDERS ... raised eating bar and corner pantry in kitchen. Large bright windows. 5-pce. en suite in master! LR in bsmt. fin. for immediate use. Be the first to call this floorplan home! Asking $344,900 CA313407 EXCELLENT MULTI-LEVEL, SOUTHWEST MEADOWS ... Lovely open floor plan with vaulted ceilings. Bsmt. completely fin. as well. Triple attached garage. Be sure to view this wonderful home! Asking $379,900 CA314147

NEW DESIGN... 1504 sq ft Two-Storey with bonus room upstairs plus 3 bedrooms. Vaulted ceiling in Master Bedroom with 4pc en suite and walk-in closet. Great living space for growing families. Call today and have a chance to pick your colors/finishes. Asking $337,900 CA316639 EXCEPTIONAL TW0STOREY FLOORPLAN... Open Concept main floor living space with large dining space and great kitchen. Bonus room above the garage with many possibilities. 4pc en suite in Master Bdrm with separate shower and soaker tub. Still time to make some choices – call today. Asking $359,900 CA316638 IMMACULATE FAMILY BUNGALOW CLOSE TO PARK AND PLAYGROUND ... RV parking, new shingles, large open kitchen, vaulted ceilings, 2 dining spaces, French doors to mast. bdrm. Well kept, manicured mature yard w/large trees. Located at opening of culde-sac. Asking $328,500 CA314757 EXCEPTIONAL 2-STOREY IN CREEKSIDE! ... features beautiful open staircase w/ oak and iron railings, tile and hardwood flooring, lovely kitchen cabinetry, granite, formal DR, cozy gas FP, superb en suite, MF laundry, 4 baths, dev. bsmt. Great yard, fenced, alley access and more! You’ll have to see it! Asking $389,500 CA314308 1905 SQ. FT. IN VALLEYVIEW! ... Kitchen showcases maple cabinets, corner pantry, island sink and lrg. dining space w/big bright windows. Spacious bonus room above gar. w/many possibilities. Other features incl. gas FP, vinyl fencing, two stamped concrete patios, cov. deck, balcony off master bdrm. RV parking, 24’x26’ htd. gar. CA315795 Asking $398,500 1901 SQ. FT. OF COMFORTABLE LIVING SPACE ... family friendly home offers spacious LR, open concept kitchen w/island/eating bar, walk-in pantry. MF laundry, gas FP, bonus room. Massive fenced back yard w/ RV parking. Asking $405,000 CA307677 E X C E L L E N T BUNGALOW, CULDE-SAC LOCATION ... features bright open plan with vaulted ceilings in LR, formal dining, superb oak kitchen w/island, bright dinette, east facing deck. Exc. bsmt. dev., in-floor htg. in huge family/games room w/built-in cabinetry. Great laundry area. Superb landscaped yard, fenced, RV option, htd. gar. all fin. + more! Now $387,900 CA314101 VALLEYVIEW BUNGALOW ... 1394 sq. ft. 23’x23’ htd. gar., paved RV parking, fenced, landscaped. Bright open plan w/9’ ceilings, beautiful maple cabinetry, gas FP, large dining space, eating bar, corner pantry. Dream bsmt. for entertaining, 9’ ceilings, custom 21’ bar w/12 chairs, pool table, poker table w/6 chairs, all incl. Call for more extras. Asking $468,500 CA315342 OVERLOOKING WATER, VERY IMPRESSIVE, EW PRICE! OPEN FLOOR PLAN, LOVELY N FIN. WALK-OUT BSMT. ... enjoy great water, sunset views. Superb kitchen, eating area, garden door to deck. Great room, vaulted ceiling, gas FP, entertainment centre. Office/den. Lge. mast. bdrm., en suite, htd. floor, MF laundry. Totally fin. walkout bsmt. Media/TV room. Covered patio, nicely landscaped yard. 2-car htd. Be sure to view! Now ask $549,500 CA 308988 EXCEPTIONAL FAMILY HOME, BEAUTIFUL PRIVATE YARD, BACKING 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 fam. rm. Huge master, superb en suite, MF laundry. Awesome private yard, huge covered deck, RV parking and more! Asking $439,900 CA315485 BEAUTIFUL PARKRIDGE E S T A T E S BI-LEVEL – WOW! A M A Z I N G YARD! ... Premier location w/valley, walking trails close by! Quality built home features bright open plan, cathedral ceilings, beautiful foyer. Except. kitchen, oak cabinetry, huge island, great master, oval jacuzzi. Exc. ICF bsmt., huge family/media room, cozy FP, dandy 24’x24’ gar., RV parking, lots more! You’ll love it! Ask $427,900 CA312242 W E L L MAINTAINED 1370 SQ. FT. BUNGALOW ... with attached 2-car garage. Oak kitchen cabinets, bay window w/eating area. Vaulted ceiling over spacious LR and dining area. Large master w/3pce. ensuite. MF laundry. Fin. bsmt. w/large rec room plus 2-bdrm., 3pce. bath. A/C, central vac. Enclosed patio, 2nd garage, 18’x21’6”. Underground sprinkler system. Pleasure to show. Asking $382,500 CA316291 IMPRESSIVE ELEGANCE ... a gracious foyer welcomes you to this prestigious 3215 sq. ft., 2-storey. Awesome floor plan. Recent upgrades are stunning. Located in quiet crescent. Must definitely be seen to be appreciated! You won’t want to leave. Phone for an appt. to view. Asking $749,500 CA316841 EXCEPTIONALLY QUIET AREA ... 3 bdrm., attach. garage, quality oak cabs, FP, good yard. A family home, many good features! Asking $332,000 CA317015


The CAMROSE BOOSTER August 16, 2011

Open house on Highway 13 and 21 intersection

780-672-7474 Grand Park Plaza 6022-48 Avenue, Camrose

Dale Bowal 780-672-7942

Bud James Bob James 780-385-3100 780-385-3100 Killam/Sedgewick

Cory Starchuk 780-781-4217

Trevor Van Leeuwen 780-781-8973

Rick Nygaard 780-608-0675

Trudi Dunham 780-608-6635 e-mail:




By Dan Jensen

Camrose and area residents will have the chance to learn about what Alberta Transportation plans to do with the Highway 21 and 13 intersection during an open house tomorrow (Wednesday). The open house will be held between 2:30 and 7:30 in Salon A of the Norsemen Inn. The planned improvement will replace the existing signals with a single-lane roundabout, similar to the one at the intersections of Highways 20 and 11A at Sylvan Lake. "The replacement of the signals is warranted to improve the safety and traffic flow through the intersection," said Jim Lovatt, principal, Lovatt Planning Consultants. "Throughout the course of the work there will be a need to reduce the speed limits and restrict traffic lanes on both highways." Al-Terra Engineering, an Edmonton-based engineering firm, has been retained by Alberta Transportation to complete the construction of the roundabout, which is expected to begin in 2013. "It (the roundabout project) is outside our three-year budget window now but will be moved into the window in the spring, said Alberta Transportation construction manager (central region) Mike Damberger in a presentation to City council last December. Roundabouts are circular intersections in which traffic circulates in a counterclockwise direction around a centre island. Vehicles entering the roundabout must yield to traffic already in the roundabout. Benefits include slower moving traffic, fewer conflict points for pedestrians and motorists, reduced potential for right angle t-bone collisions, and the elimination of head-on and highspeed collisions. Vehicles using a roundabout are not forced to stop, which reduces delays, congestion, noise, fuel consumption and emissions. Roundabouts also have lower operation and maintenance costs than traffic signals. Modern roundabouts are different from traffic circles, such as those built in Edmonton. "The centre island of the modern roundabout is smaller and has been designed with a tighter curvature that encompasses lower speeds, resulting in a safer intersection that can accommodate more vehicles per hour," states a report from Alberta Transportation. Studies conducted in the United States have shown that roundabouts reduce collisions of all types by 40 per cent, reduce injury collisions by 75 per cent, and reduce fatal and incapacitating collisions by 90 per cent. An Alberta Transportation study for the years 2000 to 2004 showed that of the 44 collisions at the Highway 13 and 21 intersection, 22 involved a vehicle turning left across the path of traffic. Fourteen collisions were reported as injury collisions, with a total of 29 people injured. One collision was reported as a fatal collision, with one fatality and seven injured. Seventeen of the 44 collisions occurred between 3 and 6 p.m.


EXCEPTIONAL VALUE... with this 5-bedroom 1/2 duplex. Basement completely redone in 2008-2009. Has potential to be easily converted to a 2-bedroom suite. Upgraded electric (09), shingles (09), Furnace (07), new double garage door and auto-opener, plus much more. A must see – must consider property. Asking $214,500. For details, call Cory. (R1346) GOOD LOCATION ... close to Jack Stuart school and playgrounds. Well maintained twostorey townhouse with two bedrooms and two baths and oak trim throughout plus large deck and single garage. Home also has new shingles and deck flooring last year and has central air conditioning. Priced at $249,900. Call Rick for details. (R1345)


GREAT STARTER... Over 1300 sq/ft, 3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, developed basement, garage. Many possibilities here for a larger home. Asking $229,000. Call Dale for details. (R1332) OPPORTUNITY IS KNOCKING...Palladio Homes offers this 1278 sq/ft Bungalow, attached garage to be custom built with your personal choice in interior finishing! Pick your paint, flooring, cabinetry, and more. Includes gas fireplace, hardwood, and 4 appliances! With 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, lovely master with 5-piece en suite and walk in closet. There is a porch, a rear deck, and stone accents on the exterior. Listed at $319,900. Call Trevor today! (R1327) OPPORTUNITY IS KNOCKING...Palladio Homes offers this 1418 sq/ft bi-level with attached garage to be custom built with your personal choice in interior finishing! Pick your paint, flooring, cabinetry, and more. Includes 4 appliances, hardwood, and gas fireplace. With 3 bedrooms and 2 baths, main floor laundry, lovely master with 4 pc en suite w/ corner soaker tub and walk in closet. There is a porch, a rear deck, and stone accents on the exterior. Listed at $324,900. Call Trevor today! (R1328) GREAT HOME REDUCED AND LOCATION... One owner, 3 bedrooms, 3 bath, home located near west end shopping, parks and walking trails. 6 appliances, front drive garage, fenced backyard. Priced at $304,000. Call Trudi for details. (R1331)

CENTRAL DOWNTOWN LOCATION... Ideal family home with lots of upgrades including kitchen cabinets, trim, doors, fixtures, paint, etc. Finished basement including rec room, 2 bedrooms, bath, 2-car garge, hot tub, patio, mature yard. Asking $247,500. Call Dale for details. (R1351) QUALITY

BUILT RIDGE HOME... 1318 sq. ft., 3-bedroom, 3-bath, 2 storey located in West Park. Fully fenced back yard with deck, RV parking area. Basement is poly and insulated with some drywall completed. For more details, call Cory. Asking $259,400. (R1337) DUCTION SHADOW FURTHER RE

GREAT REVENUE PROPERTY IN COLLEGE AREA... This 1200 sq. ft. bungalow has a rented 1 bedroom, 1 bath suite in the basement. The upstairs has 2 bedrooms and 2 baths. Shared laundry. Double garage. RV parking. Priced $284,000. Call Trudi for details. (R1342)

LOOK AT THIS STARTER OR RETIREMENT HOME FOR VALUE... 2 bedrooms on the main, living room and dining area, partially completed basement with extra bedroom, 2 piece bath, sun room off the dining area. Maintenance free siding, oversized garage with attached workshop. Ideal location to all schools and backing onto green area. Chain link fencing. This is good solid family home and well worth a look for the central location. For more details, call Dale. Asking $199,900. (R1350)


SHOP AND COMPARE – IMMEDIATE POSSESSION... Great value with this exceptionally well maintained 3-bedroom condo, main floor laundry, open floor plan provides plenty natural light, making the living room and kitchen area bright and cheerful. Patio door to balcony. Spacious 4-piece bath conveniently located for easy access to all bedrooms. Basement boasts attractive 9 foot ceilings. Easy access to St. Pat’s school, playgrounds and and within walking distance from downtown and all amenities. It can’t be argued that this one is not “PRICED TO SELL” at $164,500. Shop and compare! For details, call Cory. (R1352)


CHESTER RONNING AREA... Great retirement and starter. 1080 sq. ft., 2 bedrooms up, 2 down, main floor laundry, developed basement, 2-car garage, great location. Many upgrades. Well priced at $259,000. Call Dale for details (R1347)

MOSTLY RENOVATED 720 SQ/FT BUNGALOW IN SPARLING DISTRICT... Many improvements to this property in recent years. It’s a 2-bedroom, 1-bath home with a large yard and nice newer 24x26 double garage. MLS#CA317007. Listed at $170,000. Call Trevor for viewing. (R1348)



GREAT CONDO... 2-bedroom, 2-bath condo located close to west end shopping. New blinds and carpet to be installed. A great lifestyle with many social activities available. Listed at $219,900. Call Trudi for details. (R1341)



A VERY ATTRACTIVE AND WELL DESIGNED HOME LOCATED IN S.W. MEADOWS... Featuring 9’ ceilings, maple cabinets, attractive gas fireplace, large master bedroom with en suite and back deck access. Fenced yard, fully insulated and drywalled double attached garage. Priced to sell at $344,500. Call Cory for details. (R1338)


LOTS TO OFFER... This well built 3-bedroom bungalow is located in a downtown area, close to two schools, recently painted, developed basement with rec room, wood stove, bedroom and bath, covered patio, greenhouse, 22’ x 24‘ garage. Must be viewed. Asking $239,000. Call Dale for details. (R1330)

THIS PALLADIO HOME... is a 1753 sq/ft 2-storey home with 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, cappuccino kitchen with 4 appliances included, hardwood floors, gas f/p, and bright windows. Main floor laundry, upgraded trim package, large foyer, bonus room with vaulted ceiling, master with en suite and corner tub with a west view. Raised deck, concrete drive and walks, double garage with stone accents for the finishing touch. Listed at $329,000 Call Trevor for viewing! (R1326)

WELL-MAINTAINED 3-BEDROOM BUNGALOW IN HAY LAKES... Attached double garage, fenced yard and RV parking. $279,900. Call Rick for details. (RO865)

COUNTRY STYLE LIVING IN THE VILLAGE OF BAWLF... This 4-level split home is finished to 2500 sq/ ft of living space. Nicely upgraded and well maintained, large oak kitchen, 6 appliances included, and gas fireplace.This home has 4 bedrooms & 3 baths, and is very spacious. Upgraded windows, shingles done (2009), fiberglass deck, hot tub, fire pit, garden spot, RV parking and more. On a large 100x120 lot with 24x28 oversized garage! Attractive all the way around. Listed at $354,900. Call Trevor today. (RO852)

WONDERFUL ACREAGE OPPORTUNITY JUST MINUTES AWAY FROM CAMROSE... This parcel is 5.79 acres and the homestead is a 1627 sq. ft. raised bungalow with fully finished basement w/ infloor heating, 3 beds and up, 3 baths (en suite), great country kitchen and large upgraded window package. Oversized double garage lined and insulated, nice corral area set up. Excellent 40 x 64 heated shop with 14’ overhead door and 16 x 40 mezzanine suitable for your endeavours. Only 3 km outside Camrose! Listed at $569,000. Call Trevor for viewing. (A406) CLEAN ACREAGE WITH LARGE SHOP... just 17 km northwest of Camrose. Good building site for home with power and gas up to site and water well close by. 5173 sq. ft. heated shop with 5 bays plus partially landscaped yard, only 1/2 mile off payment. Price $285,000. Call Rick for details. (A404)

COMMERICAL “PANAGO PIZZA”... a great opportunity to own your own business in the City of Camrose. Exceptional high traffic location on 48 Ave (Hwy 13). For details call Cory or Rick (C268) BRAND NEW ON THE MARKET... Less than 20 minutes from Camrose on Hwy 854. Very private, peaceful and quiet, well treed setting on this 2.24 acre package. C/W everything you need to enjoy a piece of country living, spacious 1.5 story, 5-bedroom home with large covered deck,oversized 24’4 x 36’3 heated garage with plenty of shop space. All this and more, well worth a look. Priced at $279,500. For details, call Cory. (A408)

GREAT STARTER HOUSE IN DAYSLAND... Handicap accessible. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, large mature yard. Priced at $79,000. Call Trudi for details. (RO894)

CHECK MARK THIS 1586 SQ/FT BUNGALOW IN DAYSLAND... This large and comfortable plan with country kitchen, 5 bedrooms, 3 baths and mostly finished basement may be perfect for you. Total living area is approx. 3000 sq/ft. Built in 2006, there is maple in the kitchen with a centre island, bright windows and a very large deck. Situated on a 83’ x 120’ lot, in a newer area of town and must be seen! Listed at $290,000 MLS#316116 Call Trevor for viewing. (RO899)

LITTLE BEAVER LAKE... great view and quiet setting! Perfect for hillside home at north end of lake. 2 acres with lots of trees. Gas and power nearby. Call Rick. (A394)

BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY SETTING... with highway frontage. Bungalow with loft plus many upgrades including new windows and some flooring on main floor. New fascia and soffits this year. Also lots of trees and some older buildings plus newer barn in good condition. 13.28 acres with 2 water wells with good flow. $399,000. Call Rick for details. (A395)


NEW PRICE TWO-STOREY OPPORTUNITY IN DAYSLAND... This 2-storey home is finished to 992 sq/ft, has 2 bedrooms, 1.5 baths and has been significantly remodelled. New kitchen, flooring , light fixtures, bathrooms, electrical panel, entry doors, mostly vinyl windows, siding and more. Front covered porch and rear deck both 8x20. Good investment or starter. Listed at $79,900. Call Trevor for viewing. (RO901)

CHARMING ACREAGE RETREAT... This property is 2.47 acres with a 1587 sq/ft comfortable older dwelling which has been well cared for and nicely updated. Situated amongst and sheltered by trees on all sides makes this a special location! Perfectly suited for those who like gardening and outdoor pleasures. The home has 4 bedrooms, 1 bath, large kitchen, dining area, bright windows and shows well. Nice heated 42 x 32 hobby shop/ studio building on the property. Included are 6 newer quality appliances. MLS#CA317378. Listed at $247,900. Call Trevor for service. (A410)

IMMEDIATE POSSESION.. Chester Ronning crescent, 2 bedrooms up and 2 down, fireplace, 2 car garage, some upgrades. Asking 254,500 Call Dale for details. (R1295)


DAYSLAND... Over 1300 sq. ft, main floor laundry, spacious family kitchen with oak cabinets, partially developed basement with rec room, bedroom and bath, garage. Asking $217,500. Call Dale for details. (RO903)

OVERSIZED TREED LOT IN SUNSET HEIGHTS NEAR FERINTOSH... This .87 of an acre lot is larger than most in this secluded subdivision. This is a unique opportunity to have your own campsite or build! Services at the road. MLS#316341. Address 211-43336 RR 215. Listed at $34,9000. Call Trevor for details. (L186)



VILLAGE OF NEW NORWAY... Very quiet and private location. This well designed home has 3 bedrooms and 3 baths and has had many upgrades including total kitchen makeover, some flooring on main level, plus doors and some windows. The basement has a large rec room with wet bar, fireplace, office, laundry and 3 pc. bath. You will love the park-like setting and large lot with lots of great stone and brick work in the back and front of property, plus cute garden shed with power door for easy access. Double heated garage completely finished inside with 220 amp. power plus RV parking west side of property. This home is a must see! Priced at $290,000. Call Rick for details. (RO887)

WELL LOCATED RESIDENTIAL BUILDING LOT IN DAYSLAND... This undeveloped lot in Daysland is 50’x120’, zoned R1 and is nicely set amongst a group of nice sized well maintained homes. Just a short walk to school! The frontage faces a park/recreational area. Just a short walk to school! Daysland has many local services. Listed at $39,000. Call Trevor for service. (L185)


READY TO MOVE RIGHT IN... with a spectacular view of the pond off the deck. Lots of upgrades including windows, newer furnace, flooring, counter tops, baseboards, paint and bathrooms. The basement is fully finished. Must be seen to be appreciated. Asking $329,000. For more details call Dale. (R1324) GREAT PLACE FOR FIRST TIME HOME BUYER... and those “on the go”. 3 bedrooms. 2 baths, 6 appliances and 2 parking stalls. Reasonable condo fees. Priced at $179,900. Call Trudi for details. (R1323)

UNIVERSITY AREA... Well maintained 4 -bedroom home with many upgrades up and down. Plus finished suite in basement with private access. Double garage plus new replacement fencing and raised garden beds at back of garage. Call Rick for details. Priced at $274,900. Call Rick for details. (R1349)

GREAT LOCATION... Excellent townhouse lot in Southwest Meadows subdivision in the City of Camrose. Each lot is individually serviced and backs onto park area. This property includes proposed plan and blueprints for townhouse construction. Call Rick. $205,000 (L183)

REDUCED IN FERINTOSH... this 1160 sq/ft, 3-bedroom bungalow is on a large 125’x120’ lot, newer vinyl siding, windows, eaves troughs, nice 16’x24’ single garage, upgraded furnace and more. Some decorating would make this home shine. Nice size family home, Little Beaver Lake just a block or so away. Listed at $154,900. Call Trevor for details. (RO872)

TREMENDOUS OPPORTUNITY IN BAWLF... 5 years old, 1,511 sq. ft. bungalow. Open living area, maple cabinets, appliances incl., grand entryway, spacious master, full en suite, blinds, central air, oversized heated, garage, underground sprinkler, covered trex deck, fenced landscaped yard and so much more. Listed at $374,900. Call Trevor or Bud. (RO854)

NEWER MOBILE IN NEW NORWAY... Built in 2000 this 1298 sq/ft mobile on a double 100x100 lot has 3 spacious bedrooms, vaulted ceilings, oak kitchen package and oak bathroom cupboards. En suite bathroom with soaker tub, oversized double garage (22x28). Priced to sell at $144,500. Call Cory for details. (RO882)

TILLICUM BEACH... 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, living room c/w fireplace, 2 car garage, situated on 100’x150’ treed lots, with very scenic views. Some furniture and furnishings included. Asking $234,000. Call Dale for details. (RO884)

AFFORDABLE 3-BEDROOM... 1-bath, home in Heisler, located on a large lot, double garage with 220V wiring. Priced at $79,500. Call Dale for details. (RO871)

HAY LAKES... what a beauty - over 1,400 sq. ft. bi-level, upgraded counter tops, professionally painted, fireplace, large front foyer, vaulted ceiling, 9’ ceiling in basement with oversized windows. Must be viewed to be appreciated. Asking $319,000. Call Dale. (RO848) GREAT HERITAGE HOME IN THE VILLAGE OF NEW NORWAY... 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2100 sq/ft with large yard and double garage. Needs some cosmetic work on the inside. Priced at $95,500. Call Trudi for details. (RO886)

INDUSTRIAL EXCEPTIONAL LOCATION! GREAT OPPORTUNITY... at Ervick Junction. 9.41 acre industrial property land right of way on south side of property Plan:8070 ET - Title # 012-006-506 & 20 M allowance for future pipeline to begin in late May or June of 2011. Water to property however certain limitations apply. Asking price $1,034,500. Call Cory or Rick for details. (C135) T HANGER AT CAMROSE AIRPORT... Good investment. 1/5 share in large hanger will keep your airplane etc., safe from weather and will provide a dry area to do your maintenance. Priced at $45,0000. Call Rick for details. (C267)

EXCEPTIONAL LOCATION! GREAT OPPORTUNITY... at Ervick Junction. 0.995 acre industrial property. Water to property but some limitations apply. Asking price $109,450. Call Cory or Rick for details. (C136) EXCEPTIONAL LOCATION! GREAT OPPORTUNITY... at Ervick Junction. 4.47 acre industrial property. Water to property with some water limitations. Asking price $491,700. Call Cory or Rick for details. (C137) EXCEPTIONAL LOCATION! GREAT OPPORTUNITY... at Ervick Junction. 6.35 acre industrial property. Water available but some limitations apply. Asking price $698,500. Call Cory or Rick for details. (C138)

FERINTOSH AREA... 16.5 acres with newer 1,400 sq. ft. modular. All services, highway frontage, lots of possibilities. Asking $230,000. Call Dale. (A392)

NEW NORWAY... You will love the park like setting of this acreage. The 3-bedroom home has had main floor upgrades including a beautiful kitchen makeover, plus some windows and flooring upgrades. Nicely landscaped yard with fruit trees and lots of shrubs. Large dugout on south side of property supplies lots of water for plants and trees. Call Rick. Asking $310,000. (A393)


NICE HOBBY FARM CLOSE TO CAMROSE... 3-bedroom home on 80 acres with double attached garage, main floor laundry and large kitchen. Good size quonset with 220 amp service. Price $559,500. Call Rick for details. (F286)

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Duncan Brown and Karli Charpentier (in photo), members of 3068 Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps in Camrose, abseil down a rock face at the Vernon Army Cadet Summer Training Centre. Cadet Brown and Cadet Charpentier and 64 other army cadets are participating in the sixweek Army Cadet Expedition Instructor Course, which sees the cadets learning first aid, mountain bike skills, canoeing, abseiling, and navigation. One of the physical tests they face is abseiling down a 50-foot rock face, challenging their physical skills, overcoming their fears and building their self confidence.

By Dan Jensen

The next year is going to be one of many new experiences for Abby Mallard. The sixteen-year-old daughter of Mary Ellen and Hugh Mallard, of Camrose, will be hopping on an airplane this Thursday to begin an 11-month Rotary exchange program in Ecuador, South America. "My friends think I am crazy to go away for a year but it is something I really want to do," saidAbby. "I want to explore new places and meet as many new people as I can." Abby will attend school in Ecuador while staying with between two and four Rotary families. "The courses I take there won't match up with the school program here but I am okay with that," she said. "I know that I will have to take another year of Grade 11 when I come back." Abby will also have the chance to explore different parts of the country, including the ruins of the Incan empire, the rainforest, and the biological marine reserve on the Galapagos Islands, which were studied extensively by Charles Darwin and contributed to his theory of evolution by natural selection. "For the size it is, Ecuador is a very diverse country," said Abby. "There is rainforest, mountains and coast." Abby has been gathering as much information about Ecuador as she can since she learned of her selection by the Rotary Club of Camrose Daybreak last fall. She has visited with an Edmonton student who was on a Rotary exchange in Ecuador last year, and this past spring attended a gathering in Sherwood Park where she was able to discuss with outgoing and returning Rotary exchange students what she should expect. "It was awesome being able to meet everyone," she said. Abby has been working with

Abby Mallard

a computer program called the Rosetta Stone to learn to speak Spanish. "I want to be fluent in Spanish by the time I come back," she said. Ecuador was the top choice of places Abby wanted to go on the exchange when she submitted her exchange application to the Camrose Rotary club, followed by France. "I was able to choose from a big list of countries, including Brazil, Poland, Austria and Belgium," she said. "It was a bit of surprise when they told me that I had been chosen." Abby feels the Rotary exchange will give her the confidence she needs to succeed at university in a few years' time. "In a way it is a three-year commitment," she said. "The first year is the preparation that is required, the second year is the trip itself and the third year is the presentations that I will be making on my experience as I help others to understand what a Rotary exchange is all about." The Rotary Club of Camrose Daybreak screening process looks for students who will be excellent ambassadors for Rotary and for Canada; who like meeting new people, are open to new ideas/ experiences, and are comfortable with change. The club looks for maturity, experience with travel, involvement in the community, and a family which fully supports the exchange. The Rotary Youth Exchange Program is one of the world's most respected exchange programs. Every year about 7,000 students spend a school year in another country, learning about that culture from the "inside," becoming fluent in another language, developing an appreciation for the culture, and forming lifelong friendships.

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Unreserved Farm Auction Sale

Kause Farms – Sunnybrook, Alberta

Auction Sale

Directions: From Sunnybrook, go 2 miles west on Hwy. 39; or from Warburg, go 3 miles east on Hwy. 39; or either 33 miles west of Leduc or 31 miles miles east of Drayton Valley on Hwy. 39.

Sunday, August 21, 2011 – 10:00 a.m. Watch For Signs.

GST will be charged where applicable.

Lunch Available.

3 Parcels Real Estate Sells Unreserved at 1:00 p.m. Major Equipment Sells After Real Estate

for Bernie and Shirley Shihinski of Daysland Sun., Aug. 21, 2011 ~ 10:00 a.m. Daysland Curling Rink Terms: Cash/Cheque

Construction Equipment • JD 490E Trackhoe c/w 3 buckets, S/N FF490EX026114, approx. 9000 hrs. • Clark Diesel Uniloader c/w bucket & bale fork, front wheel drive Trucks • 1969 IHC Fleetstar 2010 Tandem Truck on propane, c/w 24’ steel deck, winch, hoist, 5x4 trans, S/N 717921G349692 • 1974 Ford F600 3-T Truck, V8, 5x2 tran, c/w 14’ steel deck, gin poles, winch, live roll, S/N F60DVAG1489 • 1974 Ford F500 2-T Truck, V8, 5x2 trans, c/w 14’ steel deck, gin poles, winch • 1989 Chev ½ T, V8, auto Tractors • Oliver Standard 88 Gas Tractor c/w Robin F.E.L. and bucket, PTO • Case 400 Diesel Tractor c/w PTO, dual hyd., dual F.E.L. and bucket • JD Hydro Riding Lawn Tractor c/w 40” mower, 526 hrs. • JD 316 Riding Lawn Tractor c/w JD 48” front mount snowblower, chains • JD 56 Riding Lawn Mower c/w 32” deck Miscellaneous • JD 14’ DT Cultivator • Approx. 50 12”-16” Trailer Rims, new • Large Assort. 16” New Tires • New Titon Grader Tire • Like New 135-gal. Tidy Tank • 300-gal. Fuel Tank c/w stand • 36” Trailer Rototiller c/w 5-hp motor • Approx. 80 18’x36”x2½” Foam Insulated Panels c/w tin both sides • 2 HD 5’x5’ Steel Tanks

• 45’ 5th Wheel Atlas Storage Van • Karcher Diesel Pressure Washer • Craftsman 5.5-hp Air Compressor • Lincoln Weld Pac 100 Welder • Macleods Electric Welder • Acytelene Cutting Torch • Power Miter Saw • Cut-off Saw • Genset • New 12V Fuel Pump c/w hose • 5’ Undermount Quad Blade • Power Tools • Assort. Hand Tools & Wrenches • Cords • Floor Jacks • Crowbars • 8’ I Beam Drag • Assort Collector Cars, 77-78 Chrysler, Lincolns and many more • Assort. Scrap Iron • Assort. Tin • Blue Bird Bus • E.T.S. Bus • Winnebago 26’ Motorhome, needs repair • Many more items Antiques • Horse-Hair Loveseat • Two Wardrobes • Large Assortment Cream Cans • Horse Drawn Cultivator • Walking Plow

• Assortment Steel Wheels • Two Single 6’ Horse Discs • 2-Bottom Plow on steel • Fresno • Cutter Frame c/w plywood box • Cast Iron Bathtub Kerosene Lanterns Assorted Antique Tools Trikes and Snow Machines Arctic Cat snow machine c/w 153” track Skidoo Free Flight snow machine Skidoo 440 snow machine Honda Big Red trikes Auctioneer Note Plan on attending this Sale as there is a large assort. of merchandise. Real Estate sells at 1:00 p.m. and Equipment to follow. For more information call Deryk Kause at (780) 934-1885 or Miller’s Auction Service at (780) 789-2226. Terms: Cash or valid cheques only, certifi ed cheque, bank draft or bank letter of credit. No purchases to be removed until settlement has been made. List is subject to additions and/ or deletions. Neither the owner, the auctioneer or staff of the auctioneer shall be held responsible for any loss or accident on or off the auction site.

Unreserved Land Auction Sale

Kause Farms – Sunnybrook, Alberta Directions: From Sunnybrook, go 2 miles west on Hwy. 39; or from Warburg, go 3 miles east on Hwy. 39; or either 33 miles west of Leduc or 31 miles miles east of Drayton Valley on Hwy. 39.

WORKSHOP EQUIP./TOOLS Beaver 9” table saw; B&D 10” radial arm saw; 14” Rockwell band saw; 10” Makita mitre saw; Rockwell table saw with router; 48” Beaver lathe with all attachments; Rockwell 3” jointer; ducktail jointer; torque wrench; reciprocating saw; Delta 12” portable planer; 1/4” biscuit jointer; portable cable profile sander; Rexon 5/8” drill press; two 6’ bench grinders; Campbell Hausfeld sandblaster; 1/2” elec. drill; cordless drills; air sander; two sets flaring tools; two routers; brass template router guide; elec. sander; Delta belt sander (numerous belts); Butterfield tap & die set; B&D Workmate; 3/4 hp buffer; hole saw; mandril and bits; cordless jigsaw; four air drills and ratchets; Stanley hand groove cutter; knife sharpener; hard seat valve grinder; valve replacer; three skill saws; hand planes and saws; lathe chisels; large qty. saw blades (all sizes); large qty. grinding bits (all sizes); brad nailer; drill bits and router bits; asst. gear pullers; Advance floor scrubber; acetylene welder; MIG welder; Uni spotter; solar booster battery charger; 10 ton floor jack; large complete set Snap-On tools; large amount other hand tools, hammers, chisels, bits, garden tools and more; Snap-On 3/8” air wrench; cylinder hone; Beach 11-drawer toolbox; Snap-On 4-drawer toolbox; International 6-drawer toolbox, like new; two flaring tool sets; Snap-On 3/8” socket set (new); Snap-On steering wheel puller kit; 0-4” micrometer; inside micrometer; dial indicators; Allen wrench

GST charged where applicable set; ignition wrenches; two label makers with labels; numerous pipe wrenches; pipe vice cutters and threaders. YARD AND OTHER EQUIP. Coleman 5500 generator w/ elec. start; Coleman 5000 generator; 1986 250 Honda quad; John Deere 112 tractor c/w rotovator and mower; John Deere 212 lawn mower; Lawn Scout 8 hp snow blower; 5 hp garden cultivator; John Deere high pressure washer; Ford Rotunda brake router; Webster twin cylinder air compressor; 440 Bombardier Ski-Doo; four Lawn Boy 19” lawn mowers; weed eater leaf blower. HARNESS / HORSE TACK Complete set heavy horse, chrome plated show harness (new); one set heavy horse nickel plated harness; 10 sets britchen harness (good cond.); two sets chrome hip drops; one set Scotch tops; one set side spreaders; 10 sets double cross spreaders; single set leather spreaders; large qty. bridles and halters (some new); large qty. misc. harness parts; Singer F200A unholstery machine; harness stitcher; new hames w/plain tape; approx. 100 leather belts, waist 36 to 48; numerous amount collars, mostly cloth faced. MISCELLANEOUS Four jack-all jacks; timing light; booster cables; two motor weed eaters; 16” commercial Honeywell fan; logging chains; box of 38” sisal rope; welding helmets and accessories; asst. tool belts; caulking guns; automobile creeper; 1962 Oldsmobile motor; two new 35-85-R16 tires; chain boomers; railway

Lunch available

spike driver; hatchets; 1/4 hp fan motor; large qty. automotive wiring; hand post drill; jigsaws; soldering guns; adjustable wood bits; brace and bits; portable John Deere air tank; block and tackle; four jack stands; wooden dolly; tiger torch; large supply air hoses; ratchet tie downs; 1-ton Westward chain hoist; asst. clamps (2’ to 5’); wheelbarrow; sawhorses; jerry cans; lawn ornaments; tape measures; liquor dispenser; paper dispenser; tile cutter; telephone; glue gun; plastic fittings; copper fittings; large supply shop manuals, 1940-on; meat saw; sprayer; three aluminum stepladders; key cutting machine w/ key blanks; Scotchman ice maker; large qty. golf balls; large qty. paint, oil, new bolts, screws; many more too numerous to list. ANTIQUES Taylor Pearson glass acid jug; stainless steel milk bottle capper; sold brass elevator folding gate; solid brass elevator hand rail; curling irons; hair clipper; copper boiler; antique wooden chairs; wooden mallet; adjustable wooden vice; oil cans; other cans and tins; old tire patcher; old leg vice; steering wheel for 1957 Chev; AJ Canada meat slicer #2148. For more info., phone Bernie at 780-374-3598 AUCTIONEER’S NOTE Bernie is semi-retired therefore this sale. This is a large sale of woodworking and shop tools and yard equipment plus a real nice selection of harnesses and horse tack. Come prepared for a long day!

Berg’s Auction Service

780-672-5615 • Camrose, AB • • Lic. 010028

Sunday, August 21, 2011 – 1:00 p.m. Watch For Signs.

GST will be charged where applicable.

Lunch Available.

Selling 3 Parcels Parcel #1 • 131.39 Acres all in pasture. • 4 Wire Perimeter Fence c/w Page Wire, Cross Fenced • $3200.00 Oil Revenue per year • Taxes 2011 - $176.81

Parcel #2 • 4.94 Acres Unserviced Lot • Has Bush On • Taxes 2011 - $3.53

Parcel #3 • 4.94 Acres Unserviced Lot • Has Bush On • Taxes 2011 - $2.04

Conditions: • 20% Non-Refundable Deposit Day of Sale. • Balance on or before September 14, 2011 • Real Estate transactions handled by Wilf Bittner, Devonshire Realty at 780-987-3534 For more information call Miller’s Auction Service at 780-789-2226.

Players fly at hockey school Players used parachutes for resistance to strengthen their skating at the Pure Hockey Consulting camp led by Tim and Josh Green at the Edgeworth Centre from August 1 to 13.

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Estate Sale

for Dave Ronsko August 21, 2011 ~ 11:00 a.m. 5415-53 Street, Camrose, AB • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Household and Furniture •

Three bdrm. suites (bed, dresser, wardrobe, mirrors) Two chesterfield sets Two TV stands Stereo with speakers Mirror Coffee and end tables Lamps Pictures Leather recliner chair Small kitchen table Jars Glass case Stacking stools Three nesting tables Dining table set (six chairs, one leaf, china cabinet and sideboard) Fans Pots and pans Medalta bean pot 2-gal. crock with lid (excellent condition) Microwave Dishes Wardrobe

Barbecue Patio table and chairs Patio umbrella Craftsman push lawn mower with bag Wheelbarrow

Tools Extension cords 6 ft. ladder Misc. tools Cabinet for nails / screws Scaffolding Reddy heater •

Office Equipment Roll top desk 4-drawer filing cabinet Electric typewriter •

Truck 1985 Chevy Silverado 1/2 ton Truck toolbox •


Lawn and Garden Equipment •

Noma riding garden tractor Tomato cages Garden hoses / tools Plastic table • • •

High chair Toys Shingles Ornaments Two rolls linoleum Christmas decorations / tree Violin (excellent shape) Etc.

Other Sales Listings August 23, 2011 – Ed Senetza of Millet, Large amount of tools (welder with stand, wood workbench, stand up air compressor, drill press, etc.) August 30, 2011 – Howard Klaassen of Gwynne,Large amount of tools, etc. Upcoming Restaurant Supplies in September. Sales every Tuesday.

TBS Auction

3754-56 St., Wetaskiwin, AB – 780-352-0809 or 780-352-1217 Auctioneer: Steve Bredlow Purchase by Visa, MC, Debit. No cheques. Items ot be removed on sale date.

Palmer shares his down home roots with Camrose By Murray Green

With more than 40 years of travelling and performing behind him, Steve Palmer still brings his stellar guitar-picking and gently timbered voice to concerts across the country. Mr. Palmer is in our city for a 2 p.m. performance at the Camrose United Church, Sunday, September 11. "I've always liked Camrose. It's one of the prettier cities in Alberta that still has a small town feeling to it. We came very close to living in Camrose in 2003, but Lorraine (my girlfriend) had relatives in Nanaimo, so we tried the island for a few years," said Steve. "We wound up back on the prairies in Moose Jaw, which is very similar to Camrose, we like to think. And, of course, we've always been big CFCW and Bev Munro fans." Since the '60s, Steve has performed in almost every size of venue, from rock arenas to pubs, coffee houses and churches. Raised on gospel, country and the blues, in recent years, Mr. Palmer has returned to his acoustic roots, and will show them off in this Down Home Roots concert. After all the years of touring, Steve has grown enough to sing about life and simple pleasures with all the unhurried authority of a quiet and simple folk-singing road-survivor.


Unreserved Construction and Acreage Auction Sale

Art Bertrand and Noralta Clearing Thorsby, Alberta Directions: From Thorsby, go 4-3/4 miles east on Hwy. 39; or 8-1/2 miles west of Calmar on Hwy. 39.

Saturday, August 27, 2011 – 10:00 a.m. Watch For Signs.

Construction Equipment • Komatsu P.C. 220 LC Trackhoe c/w bucket, Imac Grapple c/w hyd., drive saw, Brush Rake, Ripper, S/N A85346 • JD 748G Skidder c/w cab, A.H. front dozer, log grapple, new 35.2x32 rubber, new chains, powershift trans, 11,300 hrs., S/N 608489 • Kay G Blade for 7G Cat • Lincoln Ranger 9 Portable Welder c/w cables, 233 hrs. • 20 K.W. Diesel Power Plant, 1247 hrs. • Dayco N.P. 60 Hyd. Hose Crimper c/w large assort dies • 30’ Single Axle Highboy c/w new deck, yard use only • 45’ Sea-Can Container c/w Walkin Door • Two 36”x50’ Culverts, like new • Five 24” Culverts, 12’ - 16’ long Trucks • 2002 Ford F250 Lariat Extend-A-Cab, P.W., P.D., air, 4x4, auto trans, Triton V-10 engine, 235,000 km, S/N 1FTNX21SO2EA8903 • 2002 Ford F350 Super Duty, 4-door, 4x4, auto trans, V-8 Triton, longbox, 74,000 km, S/N 1FTSW31L52EB10050 • 1997 Ford F250, Heavy Duty, 4x4, V-8, auto, c/w H.D. front bumper, S/N 1FTHF26H2VEA55229 • 1970 Chev Crew Cab, 4x4, front winch, c/w 8’x10’ deck, parts Quads and Snow Machines • Honda 350 Quad c/w front and rear racks • Arctic Cat Pantera Snow Machine, 205 hrs. • Yamaha Snow Machine • 2004 Polaris Magnum 330 4x4 Quad c/w winch and racks Bins and Tanks • Three 1350-Bus. W.S. Bins c/w wooden floors • 1000-gal. Fuel Tank c/w trailer and pump • 900-gal. Fuel Tank c/w trailer and pump • Five 500-gal. Fuel Tanks • Pipe Fuel Stand • Assort of ½-ton Fuel Tanks Yard Equipment • JD 400 Garden Tractor c/w 3-point hitch, PTO, cab, 52” mower c/w rear mount grass catcher, 48” rototiller, 48”

GST will be charged where applicable.

snowblower, front blade, 801 hrs. • Two Trailer Estate Sprayers c/w 12V pumps, 10’ booms, 30-gal. tanks • 48” Lawn Aerator • Yard Fertilizer Spreader Antiques • Wooden Wheel Wagon c/w box and pole • Walking Plow • Horse Drawn Garden Cultivator • Harrow Cart • 5’ Crowfoot Packer • 2-Bottom Plow • Platform Scale • 1900 Regulator 31-Day Pendulum Wall Clock • Post Drill • Buck Saws • Crosscut Saws • Draw Knife • Neck Yokes • Cast Iron Ornaments • Cistern Pump • Ashtray Stand • Coal Oil Lamps • Barn Lanterns • ¼ Round Table • Snowshoes • Assorted Old Wrenches • Harness Parts • Shoe Lathes Tools and Miscellaneous • 50T Hyd. Press • Delta Floor Drill Press • 2½ T Engine Lift • Parts Washer • Large Assort. Chainsaws • Diesel Karcher Pressure Washer • Red Iron Cement Mixer • 220V Construction Heaters • Herman Nelson Heater • Acetylene Cutting Torch c/w bottle cart • Assort. 1” and ¾” Sockets, Snap-On and Craftsman • ¾ Socket Sets • Assorted Open End Wrenches • Floor Jacks • Bench Grinder • Axle Jacks • Electric Grinders • Cutoff Saw

Lunch Available.

• Air Impact Wrenches • Welding Table • Large Assort. Sheet Metal 5/8”3/8” • Battery Chargers • Chains • Boomers • Chain Come-A-Long • Electric Drills • Assorted 1” - 2” Lumber • Eight 10” x 62’ Pipe • Six 6½” x 62’ Pipe • Assort. Treated Posts • 3 Rolls Barb Wire • 12:00 x 22 Tires and Rims • 17’ Overhead Door c/w opener • Jack-All Jacks • Ryobi Router • Assorted Oils, Bolts, Fittings • Grease Guns • Large Assort. 16” Tires, like new • Tandem Axle Trailer c/w deck • 2-Wheel Trailer c/w portable welder, needs motor • Many more items Household • Massage Table • Exercise Bike • Portable TV • G.E. Fridge • Two Sewing Machines • Canon PC 980 Copier • Sharp SF 2120 Photocopier • Plus more Auctioneer Note Mr. Bertrand is selling his property and retiring. Take note of Trackhoe and Skidder. Plan on attending this Sale. For more information call Art Bertrand at 780-985-2156 or Miller’s Auction Service at 780-7892226. See website for pictures. Terms: Cash or valid cheques only, certifi ed check, bank draft or bank letter of credit. No purchases to be removed until settlement has been made. List is subject to additions and/or deletions. Neither the owner, the auctioneer or staff of the auctioneer shall be held responsible for any loss or accident on or off the auction site.

"My concerts encourage a lot of audience participation, so I mix in a lot of familiar music to make it easy to join in," said Steve. "I like the gospel sounds of the Carter Family, country music in the Johnny Cash and Hank Williams style, blues, ragtime, and my own songs that are influenced by everyone from the Beatles to Ian Tyson. Folk-roots or country-roots just tells people that there will be a lot of old favourites mixed in with my own songs." After 40 years, Steve is still cranking out the energy to entertain audiences around the world. "I've just scratched the surface and it gets more and more interesting and more and more fun as I go along. Ian Tyson's still touring, Gordon Lightfoot too, not to mention Gary Fjellgard and Valdy and those guys are a lot older than I," joked Steve. Enjoy an afternoon of folk music at 4829-50 Street (Camrose United Church). Advance tickets are available at Music Centre Canada (4863-51 Street) and there is no charge for children 12 and under. Tickets will also be available at the door To hear Mr. Palmer's music visit and receive a preview of what to expect at the Steve Palmer brings his Down Home Roots show to the Camrose United Church on September 11. Camrose concert.

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A big risk losing the Canadian Wheat Board Submitted by Ellen Parker, NDP Federal Council Member SUNDAY, AUGUST 21 - 9:30 A.M. - REDWATER AUCTION SITE UNRESERVED CONSIGNMENT AUCTION PLUS RECEIVERSHIP SALE FROM ADVENTURE RV - PREVIEW SAT., AUG 20 - 12:00 - 7 P.M.

2004 - 45' TOY HAULER

1979 CHEV C-70

VERSATILE 256 - 3429 HRS.

LOCATION: From Redwater 1 mile East to RR 214 (Woodgrove Road) & 2.5 miles North FROM ADVENTURE RV Ɣ 863 Bobcat, heated cab Ɣ 2004 DODGE diesel, Quad Cab, 4x4 dually Ɣ 6 NEW Enclosed Cargo Trailers Ɣ 4 Newer 5th Wheel Holiday Trailers Ɣ (15 NEW Holiday Trailers - Pending Court Approval) Ɣ 100's OF NEW RV PARTS & ACCESSORIES - SELL AT 9:30 A.M. Ɣ Shop Tools & Office Furniture - PREVIEW IS A MUST SELLING FOR MIKE & JOHN HEPPNER - PH. 780-623-8577 Ɣ CASE IH 1482 PT COMBINE s/n 040372, Super 7 Pick-up, Hyd. Reverser, Chopper Ɣ IH 1482 PT COMBINE, s/n 30031, Hyd. Reverser, 8 belt PU, 1000 PTO, Chopper Ɣ CASE 4490 TRACTOR, 7289 hrs., 18.4x38 duals, PTO Ɣ MF 885 SWATHER CAHR c/w MacDon 25' Centre Delivery, 12 volt hyd. Cooler Ɣ 14' HAYHEADER for 885 Ɣ 15' GRAIN HEADER for 885 Ɣ KONGSKILDE 500 - 540 PTO Grain Vac, c/w approx. 50'of hose SELLING FOR JIM - PH. 780-895-7576 Ɣ 2001 Premier 1900 - 30' pull type SWATHER, c/w Macdon PU reels, plastic teeth, good canvas, Shedded Ɣ FLEXI COIL System 62 - 95' auto fold SPRAYER c/w 830 gallon tank SELLING FOR DWAYNE - PH. 780-975-7103 Ɣ VERMEER 33"- 3pt. TREE SPADE, 8 way controls V.G. Cond. SELLING FOR KEN & ED - PH. 780-895-7568 Ɣ 1985 VERSATILE 256 BI-DIRECTIONAL TRACTOR s/n 253814, 3429 Orig. hrs., c/w 3 pt., dual PTO, 8' bucket, Nice Original Owner Ɣ 2 Fuel Stations Pumps SELLING FOR ONE CONSIGNOR Ɣ 1979 CHEV C70 S/A GRAIN TRUCK, 73,150 km., c/w twin cylinder hoist, 16'x 56" Courtney Berg Steel Box & roll tarp, 5&2 spd., 10x20 frts., 11x20 rears, VERY NICE Ɣ TWISTER 50' x 36" PORTABLE GRAIN RING (used once) Ɣ LANCO Flat Top 3pt.-6' ROTARY HARROW, (new) SELLING FOR ONE CONSIGNOR Ɣ Ezee-On 1590 20' Heavy Duty single fold DISC, New bearings Ɣ JD 580 - 25' pull type SWATHER c/w roto shear, Bat reels Ɣ 45' Wireline Anhydrous Applicator c/w 1000 gallon tank, Certified SELLING FOR ONE CONSIGNOR Ɣ KRAUSE 25' DISC c/w tine harrows Ɣ IHC 915 COMBINE, field ready Ɣ 33' Crowfoot Packers Ɣ 914 pull type Combine parts Ɣ 4'- 3pt. Rototiller Ɣ Grain Vac Ɣ HESSTON BP 25 Bale Processor Ɣ older 200 amp Lincoln Welder Ɣ Onan 6 cylinder Generator Ɣ Glaspar Boat SELLING FOR ONE CONSIGNOR: Ɣ Hi-LINE 6800 Bale Processor Ɣ NH 791 Tandem Manure Spreader, top beater Ɣ 2 Custom Made Rd. Bale Wagons, 14 & 17 Rd. Bale Capacity Ɣ 2009 SWS-30' G/Neck Triple Axle Trailer, Like New SELLING FOR ONE CONSIGNOR: Ɣ NH 114 - 14' HAYBINE Ɣ Massey Harris 44 TRACTOR Ɣ NH 1853 Baler SELLING FOR ONE CONSIGNOR: Ɣ 1979 FORD gas BALE TRUCK, 11 bale capacity, manual load, 5spd. Twin cyl. Hoist Ɣ 2 - 10,000bu. Bin Rings c/w tarps ADDITIONAL ITEMS: Ɣ 40- 24' Free Standing Panels Ɣ 5 Panel Gates Ɣ 2-30' Steel Alleys Ɣ BRANDT 8"X50' PTO Auger Ɣ 6 VHF Radios Ɣ Laurier 50' Harrow Packers Ɣ NH 357 Hammer Mill Ɣ JD 12' Disc Ɣ 12' Chisel Plow Ɣ 2008 RUSTLER 24.5' HOLIDAY TRAILER, 1 slide out, lg. sky light, queen bed Ɣ 1997 - 26' Custom Coach Holiday Trailer ł 2004 - 45' Triple Axle Weekend Warrior Toy Hauler ł 1964 OLDS Dynamic 2dr. Hard Top ł 20 - 10' Steel Panels ł ONAN-20KVA Generator, 150 hrs. ł MILLER gas Welder ł Car Hoist ł Various New Tires ł H65, 2 1/2 yd. PAYLOADER, One Owner ł FORD 8N ł JD 535 Baler ł NH Tub Grinder

ALL CONSIGNMENTS TO BE IN BY THUR., AUG. 18 - 7:00 P.M. ł PREVIEW SAT., AUG. 20 - 12 - 7:00 P.M.

FRI., AUGUST 26 - 12 NOON - FOR THE ESTATE OF JOHN G. SHAPKA - ANDREW - AB. LOCATION: 4 miles East of Andrew on Hwy. 45 Ɣ 5 - 80 ACRE PARCELS OF FARMLAND, 1 - 80 acre Parcel having a Mature Yard Site & Buildings - SELLING UNRESERVED at 1:00 P.M. SHARP - Real Estate Handled By ANTONIUK REAL ESTATE PH. 780-895-2442 LAND PREVIEW SAT., AUGUST 20 - 1 - 4:00 P.M.Ɣ SMALL LINE-UP OF FARM EQUIPMENT, ANTIQUES & MISC. Ɣ PLUS GRAIN BINS ł WATCH FOR DETAILS


2294 - 3246 HRS.

2006 - 45' JD 1820

2009 - WILSON 36'

25 ft. - 854 HRS.

IH 2188

LOCATION: From Vegreville 3 miles North on Hwy. 857 North to Sec. 631 then East 9 miles to R.R.133 & 2.5 North SEEDING & TILLAGE: BOTH UNITS SELLING WITH TERMS 30% DOWN BALANCE INTEREST FREE UNTIL APRIL 1, 2012 BOTH UNITS SELL AT 1 P.M. & WILL BE OFFERED FOR AUCTION SEPERATELY : Ɣ 2010 JD 1910 Tow Between Tank s/n A01910T7-35397, Variable Rate Control, Conveyor, 430bu. 3 Compartment, camera (Did 2000 acres) Ɣ 2006 JD 1820 - 45' AIR DRILL, 10"spacing, double chute, Dickey John, NH3 kit, steel packers, Floating Hitch, Did Approx. 8,000 Acres. Ɣ 2002 BOURGAULT 1460 100' Sprayer, wind screens Ɣ VERSATILE 1600 - 32' Single Fold Tandem Disc Ɣ Co-op 40' Deep Tillage c/w tine harrows Ɣ Degelman Ground Drive Rock Picker HARVEST EQUIP. & AUGERS: Ɣ 1999 CASE IH 8860HP - 25' SWATHER 854hrs., CAHR, triple delivery, UII Reels Orig. Owner Ɣ 1995 CASE IH 2188 COMBINE, 2740 sep. hrs., 1015 PU, AFX Rotor, big top hopper, Long auger, Approx. 100 hrs. since Red Seal ł CASE IH 1010 - 30' Straight Cut Header, batt reel, c/w Transport Ɣ 2009 BUHLER F. King 1370 - 13"x70' Hyd. Swing Auger Ɣ 2008 WHEATHEART 8"x46' Grain Auger c/w Hyd. Mover, Kohler 25hp. Ɣ WALINGA 510 Deluxe Grain Vac Ɣ SAKUNDIAK 8"X60 540 PTO Auger GRAIN TRAILER, TRUCKS & CAR: Ɣ 2009 WILSON 36' Alum. Grain Trailer, 2 comp. One Owner Ɣ 1991 WESTERN STAR 4964 Tandem Truck c/w 5th wheel, wet kit, N14-15spd., 682,405km., Recent Work Orders Ɣ 1973 KENWORTH Tandem, c/w approx. 9 yr. old Unibody 19' Steel Box, Nordic hoist, 350 Cummins, 13spd., Recent W/O Ɣ 1976 FORD 750 Cabover, c/w 18' Steel B&H, 5&2spd. Ɣ 1984 OLDS 2dr. H.T. TRACTORS & DOZER: Ɣ 1991 CASE IH 9260, 300hp. TRACTOR 12 spd., 4 hyd's, Case GPS, 3501 hrs. c/w Leon 14' - 4 way Blade Ɣ 1985 CASE IH 2294 MFWD,130hp., TRACTOR, 3246 hrs., Quad P.Shift, dual PTO,3 hyd., c/w Ezee-On 110 Loader, One Owner ANTIQUE EQUIP.: Ɣ Old McCormick Tractor on Steel, not running Ɣ older AC 2WD Pony TRACTOR, Restored Ɣ Walking Plow Ɣ 2 old Plows Ɣ old Disc Ɣ 2 horse Drawn Hay Rakes Ɣ 2 old Fanning Mills Ɣ 2 IH Stationary Engines ł Very Little Misc. Be On Time





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As farmers send in their own Canadian Wheat Board (CWB) plebiscite vote, Canadians need to consider what’s at risk. Each year the CWB generates $1.5 billion in economic benefits. “In a time when we are faced with such economic instability, it is incredible that the federal government and the governments of Saskatchewan, Alberta, and British Columbia are so willing to disregard the economic strength and stability that the CWB provides. In fact, economic stability and security is a core function of the CWB’s activities. The CWB is essential for the economic health of these provinces and for Canada’s economy as a whole,” states NFU President Terry Boehm. As the Conservative government ignores the legislation, this week farmers are holding open meetings in Regina, Saskatoon, SK; Oak Bluff, Dauphin, MN; Medicine Hat and Camrose, AB. Examine the facts directly: attend the public meeting on Tues. Aug. 16, 7 p.m., at the Camrose Regional Exhibition (CRE), Gold Room, 4250 Exhibition Dr. These are some implications to consider: Churchill, Manitoba, Canada's only deep-water seaport, gets 95 per cent of its port business from the CWB. Locals raise concerns that crucial business will disappear. Mayor Mike Spence states that 200 jobs are directly connected to the Canadian Wheat Board business – that’s a substantial percentage of the town's population, which is about 1,000. "How do you replace that?" Spence asks. New Democrat CWB critic Pat Martin (Winnipeg Centre) reports that “400 hundred jobs in Winnipeg at the CWB head office as well as the Canadian Grain Commission could be at risk as well.” The Manitoba government has responded to these concerns by launching an advertising campaign to save the CWB; Martin said the province had to do it because the federal government has gagged the CWB. Churchill NDP MP Niki Ashton emphasizes that the port needs the solid financial foundation of grain shipments, which last year, amounted to over 600,000 tonnes of wheat. "The loss of the Canadian Wheat Board could very well mean the loss of the port of Churchill, and losing such significant port business would have a domino effect, Ashton said. The railway — one of the few lifelines for the remote town — would probably see diminished traffic if shipments decreased, she said. Loading sites hurt

If the single desk goes, so will the producer car loading sites across all Prairie provinces. Producer cars mean farmers can bypass grain companies' elevators and save $1,200 per hopper car. The producer cars use branchlines and shortline railroads; what will happen to them and the communities along them? What about the local farmer-owned Battle River Railway? As economist Murray Fulton said, "The ... loss of the CWB's single-desk ... would make the

Canadian system ... more like that in the (U.S.) ... Grain company and railroad competition would fall, ... the current freight revenue cap would disappear, and less value would be returned to farmers ... These changes ... are irreversible.” Yet the Conservative government is moving ahead with abolishing the Wheat Board Act without doing adequate research, dismissing the farmer-initiated plebiscite vote. So the CWB decided to hold its own, prompted by the huge outcry from farmers over the Conservatives' refusal to hold one, as required in Section 47.1 of the CWB Act. “Democracy is at the very heart of Canadian citizenship. Farmers are outraged that their voting rights are being denied by the current government. They can’t deny farmers their right to vote,” said NFU President Terry Boehm. Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz says the federal election was essentially an unofficial referendum on the Board’s fate and farmers have already spoken by electing a majority Conservative government. No studies shown

Opposition members have been calling on Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz to produce any studies his government has done on the subject. "The Government must make public any proper analysis they’ve done that support the dismantling of the Canadian Wheat Board including the impact of shutting down the Port of Churchill," states New Democrat Canadian Wheat Board critic Pat Martin (Winnipeg Centre). “You can’t just scrap a multi-billion dollar corporation without doing full cost-benefit analyses.” "Great opportunity lies with the Port of Churchill, as we look at development in the Arctic – yet the loss of the Canadian Wheat Board could bring that future to a halt with the loss of the Port of Churchill," states Mike Spence, Mayor of Churchill. "At a time when Stephen Harper has said so much about his Arctic agenda – getting rid of the Port of Churchill seems highly hypocritical," concludes Niki Ashton. “The CWB belongs to Western wheat and barley farmers. – our Board is the largest wheat and barley marketer in the world – and Canada as a country sees a net benefit from the extra money that comes into it from grain sales. The CWB is good for farmers and it’s good for Canada. It’s unforgiveable that the government is refusing to follow the laws of Canada to trigger the plebiscite spelled out in the CWB Act. This is another cost that the government is downloading onto farmers,” concludes Boehm. The question remains why would our government consider opinions of a few to be more important than the majority of farmers who want the CWB and put all Canadians' economic security at risk? Do your own research, ask your MP directly. Surely PM Harper will respond to farmers’ concerns and for the best interests of all Canadians.

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…at the Augustana Campus, University of Alberta, Conservatory of Music! Augustana’s

Music for children 3 years to grade 2 Classes one day a week September through April


Small class sizes, a special time with your child 15 week sessions – each class 30 minutes Offered in Camrose and Killam

Explore music through singing, rhythm, games and movement Teacher: Charlene Brown, Bachelor of Music

For baby and you 0-18 months

Ask about our stay-at-home parent subsidy program

For toddler and you 18 months to 3 years Teacher: Carolyn Wilcox, Kindermusik specialist

PRIVATE MUSIC LESSONS Clarinet - Saxophone - Flute Guitar - Violin - Voice - Piano - Recorder Suzuki Violin, Flute and Recorder

PROFESSIONAL INSTRUCTORS Known for their outstanding performing and teaching skills ALL PLAYING LEVELS WELCOME

Accepting registrations in all programs for September 2011 CALL NOW AT (780) 679-1673 Augustana Faculty Conservatory of Music Charlene Brown, Conservatory Administrator

Hay Lakes Playschool Playschool is open to all potty trained children ages 3 and up. Every Tuesday and Thursday morning from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the Hay Lakes Rec Centre.

6th Camrose Scouts Registration Night Wednesday, August 24 6:00-8:00 p.m. Camrose United Church For more information call Linda 780-672-4605

Beavers, 5-7 yrs. Cubs, 8-10 yrs. Scouts, 11-14 yrs. Venturers, 14-17 yrs. Rovers, 18-24 yrs.

Take advantage of our early registration fee Just $160 ($180 after Aug. 31)

Hockey skills taught by Green brothers at camp

Pure Hockey Consulting instructors Tim and Josh Green offer some pointers to peewee-aged players Dawson Bruneski and Kyler Charchun of Camrose during the hockey school and camp at the Edgeworth Centre on August 8. Other instructors included several National Hockey League and American Hockey League players.

Registration night will be August 22, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. at the Hay Lakes Recreation Centre. Please bring your child’s Alberta Health Care and $25 to register. For more information, please contract Sherry Krozser at 878-0000. Please feel free to come and check us out!!!

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U12 soccer teams host fun provincials

By Murray Green

Camrose soccer teams earned two gold, a silver and had a bronze medal finish at provincials on August 5 to 7. The Camrose Inferno U18 girls were on fire as they shut out the host Sherwood Park Phoenix 1-0 to capture the gold medals. Camrose blanked the SW Strikers 2-0 to reach the finals. In the opening round, Camrose tied the SW Strikers 1-1 and crushed the SE Storm 7-0. In the U18 boys' division, the Camrose Selects had to settle for silver medals when they dropped a 3-1 score to Sherwood Park in the final. Camrose out-scored the Millwoods Selects 6-5 and crushed the PSA United 8-1 in the first round of play. The Camrose Titans U16 girls went all the way to the podium at provincials in Coaldale. They garnered gold medals by edging Sherwood Park Phoenix 3-2 in the final match. Camrose blanked the Canmore Avalanche 3-0 and they doubled the Belmead Rebels 4-2 in the opening round. The Titans reached the finals by defeating Airdrie 4-1. In U16 boys, the Camrose Titans received bronze medals after they beat Sherwood Park Phoenix 2-1 in a shootout.

Camrose edged the SW Titans 3-2, tied the SW Sting 0-0 and defeated the Elite SC 5-1 to advance to the medal round. Local hosts

The West Raiders defeated the Eastside United 1-0 to earn the gold medals in the U12 girls' Tier 3 soccer provincials at Rudy Swanson Park on August 5 to 7. The Camrose Warriors U12 girls may have placed eighth out of nine teams, but Camrose did a great job in hosting the event. Camrose tied Lethbridge 2-2, lost to Sherwood Park Phoenix 9-0 and lost to Airdrie 3-1. The Warriors picked up Abby Fowler and Brittany Reed for provincials to fill out their roster. The West Warriors needed a shootout to defeat the Fort McMurray Fury 3-2 in the U12 boys' provincials in Camrose. The Camrose Rockets U12 boys' squad placed 13th out of 16 teams. Camrose lost to Fort McMurray 9-1, dropped a 2-0 decision to the SW Sting and were edged 5-4 by the Calgary Serbia. The Rockets defeated the Coaldale Thunder 2-1 to move up to 13th place. In U14 girls, the Camrose club was edged 2-1 by the Millwoods Selects, lost to the Signal Hill Cheetahs 1-0 and beat the Fort McMurray Fury 3-0 to finish

The Camrose Warriors girls' squad tied Lethbridge 2-2 and lost a close game to Airdrie at provincials.

in seventh place out of nine teams. The selects went on to win the gold medals. The Camrose Predators U14

boys finished 14th out of 16 teams. Camrose defeated the Signal Hill Velocity 5-4, lost to Cold Lake 3-1 and were beaten 8-0 by the Can-

more Avalanche 8-0 in the first round. St. Albert beat Camrose 4-1 in the battle for 13th and 14th positions.

Yuha, Holt reach top 27 on U18 club

By Murray Green

Ewan Schellenberg of the Camrose Rockets U12 boys' soccer team moves the ball up field against the Calgary Serbia squad during provincials held in Camrose on August 5 to 7. Calgary edged the local team 5-4 in a high scoring contest.

Local U18 female hockey players Amber Yuha of Bawlf and Jessyka Holt of Bashaw survived a series of tryouts at a summer camp in Camrose last month. Hockey Alberta named 27 athletes from the U18 Female Team Alberta Provincial Camp who have been short-listed for evaluation in preparation for the 2011 National Women's Under 18 Hockey Championships. Both Amber and Jessyka made the list. The selection process started with a spring selection camp in May, where 80 athletes met to compete for one of 47 spots at provincial camp in July. Following camp, the coaching staff was faced with some extremely difficult decisions to bring the numbers down. “Provincial camp gave us the chance to really see what these girls can do,” said Team Alberta female coordinator, Mike Kraichy. “Making these types of decisions is never easy, but we’re confident we’ve selected a solid mix of players – who have the best chance of representing Team Alberta.” The short-listed players will compete at an elite female tournament against CIS and other provincial teams from September 23 to 25 in Regina, Saskatchewan. Following the tournament, the short-listed players will then be scouted with their club teams until Team Alberta names its final 20 player roster to compete at the 2011 National Women’s Under 18 Hockey Championships from November 2 to 6 in Saguenay, Quebec. The championships bring together the top U18 female players from across Canada. This is the final stage of the Team Alberta Female Program and one of the initial stages that Hockey Canada uses to help identify players for the national program.

Kodiaks play first exhibition game in 10 days By Murray Green

In 10 days, the Camrose Kodiaks will be playing their first exhibition game of the 201112 hockey season. General manager and coach Boris Rybalka and coach Doug Fleck will have some long sessions to determine the roster for the Friday, August 26, game against the Lloydminster Bobcats in the Edgeworth Centre beginning at 8 p.m. The Kodiaks travel to St.

Albert to face the Steel on Tuesday, August 30, in an away exhibition contest. Then the Bonnyville Pontiacs visit Camrose on Friday, September 2, for a 7 p.m. start. Camrose returns the series to Bonnyville on Saturday, September 3. The regular season opens at the Edgeworth Centre when the Canmore Eagles soar into Camrose for a Friday, September 9, game at 7:30 p.m. The same two squads play again in Camrose on

Saturday, September 10, beginning at 7:30 p.m. Golf Classic

The Camrose Kodiaks' annual golf tournament is slated for the Camrose Golf Club on Sunday, August 28. The format is an 18 hole Texas Scramble, and it is limited to the first 120 golfers. Registration begins at 9 a.m. with a shotgun start at 10 a.m. A dinner and social will follow at the Norsemen Inn. The deadline to enter is Fri-

day, August 26, at 4 p.m. For tickets or for further information, contact the Kodiaks' office at 780679-2603, or Ray McIsaac at 780679-8363. Moore at Michigan

The Western Michigan Broncos are ranked 16th in the NCAA after they made the playoff tournament for the first time in 15 years and reached the championship game for the first time since 1986. Veteran goaltender Jerry

Kuhn was ranked ninth in save percentage, but he has left. Goalie Nick Pisellini’s .881 mark was 14th, so the Broncos are looking for more from the men in masks. Former Camrose Kodiaks' goalie Kris Moore, who played with Salmon Arm (BCHL) last year, will be fighting for the starter's position. He had a .906 save percentage last year, but an even more impressive .921 number with Camrose

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See this section for your automotive needs as well as classified automotive e ads and community news.

2011Jeep Wrangler Benchmark capability with all-new interior By Dan Jensen

The new Jeep Wrangler at Camrose Chrysler combines legendary, benchmark capability with an all-new interior that delivers rich styling with significantly upgraded touch surfaces, occupant comfort and versatility, and a premium appearance. "The iconic Jeep Wrangler keeps getting better," said Mike Manley, president and CEO, Jeep Brand, Chrysler Group LLC. "While retaining unmatched, legendary capability, the 2011 Wrangler boasts an all-new interior that delivers a host of comfort, convenience and versatility features."


The 3.8 litre V6 engine produces 202 horsepower at 5,000 rpm and 237 lb.-ft. of torque at 4,000 rpm. Transmission choices include a six-speed manual with overdrive, synchronized in all gears, and a fourspeed automatic with overdrive clutch hydraulic actuation, dual-mass flywheel system, and electronicallycontrolled converter clutch. Off road capability

Jeep Wrangler is fortified with components that give you the freedom to go anywhere, do anything. Front and rear electronic-locking differentials, standard on Rubicon, balance speed between left and right wheels, maintaining forward momentum for the ultimate in traction. An instrument panelmounted rocker switch can lock Rubicon's rear or both axles. Extra tough body-mounted sill guards are bolted directly to the frame for added body strength when sliding over rocks and boulders. They provide rocker panel and lower bodyside protection, significantly decreasing the chance of body damage. Stamped steel skid plates for fuel tank, transfer case and automatic transmission oil pan if equipped, help protect Wrangler's guts when battling boulders. With the flip of a switch the sway bar disengages when driving under 30 km/h in 4WD-low mode. This allows Rubicon's front suspension to travel up to 22 per cent further on Wrangler or 25 per cent further on Wrangler Unlimited than the respective Sport and Sahara models. Wrangler Rubicon has more than 254 mm of ground clearance, which is helped in part by its standard BF-Goodrich off road tires. Solid axles with locating arms, coil springs, track/ stabilizer bars, front steering damper and tunable monotube shock absorbers are firm at low speeds for improved feel on rocks. They also deliver a more relaxed feel at higher speeds.

Interior highlights

New 2011 Jeep Wrangler interior highlights include a redesigned instrument panel and new

rear storage areas with improved ergonomics and upgraded materials. A new lockable console and upgraded door armrest areas boast comfortable touch points, while a redesigned centre stack is easier to reach and operate. Heated power mirrors are now available, and drivers and passengers will enjoy enhanced visibility courtesy of larger rear windows. Cabin temperature control is no longer a matter of constant adjustment. The available automatic temperature control takes over and maintains your desired level of comfort. All-new steering-wheel controls allow the driver to operate the radio, cruise control, hands-free phone, and other vehicle functions while keeping hands on the wheel. A new USB device interface connects to storage devices (thumb drives and most MP3 players) for use with the vehicle's Media Centre, which now includes streaming Bluetooth audio. Twelve-volt accessory outlets have been added and

a new 110-volt outlet is available to provide power similar to AC outlets in the home. In line with traditional Jeep design, hex-head bolts are utilized throughout the interior and are used to mount a "Jeep since 1941" inlay onto the new passenger grab handle. The standard Mike Cuthbert Sunrider Soft Top Camrose Chrysler features a convenient cable release that allows you to quickly let the sun shine in without having to fold back the entire top. It can also completely fold down and tuck away for full open-air freedom. A special three-ply material provides a quiet and watertight experience. The available three-piece hardtop allows open air control by separating into three easy-to-store pieces. Remove and stow one or both of the front panels for a sunroof opening of epic proportions, or remove the entire back and leave the front panels for front passenger protection from the elements. Safety

Jeep Wrangler safety features include available supplemental front seat side air bags, energyabsorbing front rail extensions, halogen headlamps, hill- side assist and electronic stability control. A vehicle-wide network of safety sensors provides instant aid when it detects you are veering off your intended path. ESC utilizes hydraulic brake assist, traction control, electronic roll mitigation, and the available trailer sway control to constantly monitor driver input against the vehicle's actual course.

You can see the 2011 Jeep Wrangler at Camrose Chrysler, on Highway 13 East. Phone 780-672-2476 or toll free 1-800-563-4202 and ask for a member of the friendly sales team.

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On the road …

1994 MUSTANG GT CONVERTIBLE – 120,000 km., loaded, $8,000 obo. 780-375-2443. 2003 TAURUS SE – 165,000 km., silver, V6, auto, power steering, seats, windows, mirrors, etc. No pets, kids, smokers - very clean. Blue Book $3,900 to $5,600. Asking $2,950. Ph. 780-373-2247. 1997 CHEV 1-TON – Duals, flat deck, diesel, 150,000 km., $3,000. Also for sale: two fuel tanks with pumps and toolbox. Ph. 780781-9205. 2005 CHEV COLORADO LS Z71 4X4 – Crew cab, 3.5L, I-5, excellent fuel economy and command start. Just tuned (plugs, coil paks), new battery, new 15” rubber, syn. fluids, very well maintained. Numerous after market accessories. Asking $6,700. Call Bob, 780608-0393, days or 780-672-2459, evenings. 2001 GMC SAVANAH CARGO VAN – Less than 1,000 km. on motor and transmission. $3,500 obo. 780-878-1950. 1996 CHEV 1-TON 4X4 – Crewcab, diesel, loaded, 5th wheel hitch, new tires, good shape, 370K. 780-679-8992. 1994 CHEV TRUCK 4X4 – $1,500 obo. Ph. 780-608-5137.

BOATS, RVs and CAMPERS SELLING YOUR SEAWORTHY BOAT? Make a splash with an ad in the Booster classifieds! Ph. 780-672-3142. LOVE CAMPING, BUT TIRED OF SHOVELLING SNOW OFF THE AWNING IN MAY? Say goodbye to your Gulfstream! Move it fast with a Camrose Booster classified. Phone 780-672-3142. 15 FT. FIBREGLASS BOAT AND TRAILER – Tri-hull open bow, 65 hp Evinrude, paddles, life jackets, tow bar, tube. Always stored indoors. $3,500 obo. 780-679-0603 evenings. EZEE-LOADER BOAT TRAILER – New wiring and paint, 17’ overall length, $900 obo. 780679-0603 evenings.

















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Wise customers read the fine print: •, *, ±, ††, §, ' The Guts Glory Ram Event offers are limited time offers which apply to retail deliveries of selected new and unused models purchased from participating dealers on or after August 3, 2011. Dealer order/trade may be necessary. Offers subject to change and may be extended without notice. See participating dealers for complete details and conditions. •$26,498 Purchase Price applies to 2011 Ram 1500 Quad Cab SXT 4x4 (24A+AGR+XFH) only and includes $8,750 Consumer Cash Discount. See participating dealers for complete details. Pricing includes freight ($1,400) and excludes licence, insurance, registration, any dealer administration fees and other applicable fees and applicable taxes. Dealer order/trade may be necessary. Dealers may sell for less. *Consumer Cash Discounts are offered on most new 2010 and select 2011 vehicles and are manufacturer-to-dealer incentives, which are deducted from the negotiated price before taxes. Amounts vary by vehicle. See your dealer for complete details. ±Variable Prime Rate financing up to 84 months is offered on approved credit on most new 2010 and 2011 vehicles to qualified retail customers through TD Financing Services, Royal Bank of Canada and Scotiabank. Bi-weekly payments shown are based on 84-month terms. Variable rate shown is based on TD, RBC and Scotiabank Prime Rate and fluctuates accordingly. Payments and financing term may increase or decrease with rate fluctuations. TD offer is not open to residents of Newfoundland and Labrador, Yukon, Nunavut and Northwest Territories. Some conditions apply. See participating dealers for complete details. ††Customer Choice Financing for 36-, 48- and 60-month terms on approved credit through TD Financing Services and Ally Credit Canada is available at participating dealerships to qualified retail customers on select new 2011 Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge and Ram models. Taxes on the full negotiated purchase price are payable at the beginning of the contract term resulting in higher payments than payments taxed on a periodic basis and are not reflected in advertised payments. The following terms apply to TD Financing Services contracts. (Different contract terms apply to Ally Credit Canada offers. See your dealer for complete details.) Vehicles are financed over a 36-, 48- or 60-month term with payments amortized over a term of up to 96 months and the pre-determined residual balance payable at the end of the contract. At contract’s end, customers have the choice of returning their vehicle through a Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ram dealership with no further obligations (except payment of a $199 return fee and excess wear and tear, mileage and similar charges), financing the remaining balance for the rest of the amortization period at then-current standard rates or paying the residual balance in full. Some conditions apply. Customer Choice Financing offered by TD in Quebec is subject to different terms and conditions. All advertised Customer Choice Financing offers are TD offers. Example: 2011 Ram 1500 Quad Cab SXT 4x4 (24A+AGR+XFH) with a Purchase Price of $26,498 financed at 1.99% APR over 48 months with payments amortized over 86 months equals 104 bi-weekly payments of $153 and one final payment of $12,160 for a cost of borrowing of $1,558 and a total obligation of $28,056. Taxes, licence, insurance, registration, excess mileage and wear and tear charges, any dealer administration fees and other applicable fees and charges not included. Dealers may sell for less. See participating dealers for complete details. §2011 Ram 1500 Crew Cab Laramie with optional equipment shown. Price including applicable Consumer Cash Discount: $39,635. Pricing includes freight ($1,400) and excludes licence, insurance, registration, any dealer administration fees and other applicable fees and applicable taxes. 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Camrosian Alan Ford raised approximately $1,100 for Camrose Adult Learning Council's Books for Babies and Read to Me Story Bags programs as a participant in the Edmonton Bicycle and Touring Club's Tour de l'Alberta July 24. The event started at Morinville, went north to Legal, then south and east to Gibbons and Bon Accord. "I was quite pleased with myself when I was done," said Ford. who covered 100 km in a time of three hours and 45 minutes. "I didn't feel too beat up."

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The Tour de l'Alberta had just over 1,000 riders. "The road was a little congested at times because of the number of cyclists but we started early enough in the morning that we didn't have to fight with the vehicles," said Ford. The only downside was a wind that blew at times at a speed of up to 40 km/h. Ford was pleased with the organization of the ride, which had five rest stops and a prepared meal at the end. "In Morinville we received a lot of encouragement and high fives

from people who were watching from the side of the road and celebrating that community's 100th anniversary," he said. "They (Morinville) gave medals to everyone who finished." Ford said if he goes in the event again next year he would wear something or put something on his bike to indicate he is raising funds for the Camrose Adult Learning Council's literacy programs. Ford sees a lot of similarities between literacy and cycling. "Literacy is a fundamental life skill which enables us to ful-

ly participate in our community, just as cycling allows us to transport ourselves to places that may otherwise be inaccessible to us," he said. "Telling stories, hearing stories and reading stories is the basis of understanding our place in the world, and is the foundation of adult literacy skills." Donations in support of Ford's Biking for Books ride may still be made at the Camrose Adult Learning Council office, 4872-50 Street, Camrose. Cheques or money orders should be made payable to Literacy Alberta, which will provide a charitable tax receipt.

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Toyota is the first st full-line manufacturer manufac manufactur to o make all of the elements o of the t Star tarr Safety fe SSys System emTM standard on every very y new 2 2011 vehicle. Lease, finance plans, cash incentives & offers from Toyota Financial Services OAC for qualified retail customers on select models sold and delivered between August 3 and August 31, 2011. †$3,000 Clearout Incentive is available on 2011 RAV4 DK4DVA models only & includes: $3,000 Cash Discount. Cash Discount cannot be combined with subvented lease or finance rates. Applicable taxes are due on delivery. Dealer may sell for less. See your participating Alberta Toyota dealer for details. All offers subject to exclusions and may change without notice. Vehicle may not be exactly as shown.



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Beaver County safety checkstops Submitted

The Beaver County Traffic Safety Action Network hosted a Safety Checkstop on Highway 14 near Tofield and Viking to encourage motorists to practice safe driving when approaching a stopped emergency response or tow vehicle with flashing lights. “Events like these are important to our community, especially with the hectic nature of our lives nowadays,” said Bob Young, reeve, Beaver County. “We hope the small, yet significant, reminder about the rules of the road will go a long way towards ensuring people return home safely to their families.” On site were representatives from Alberta Transportation Office of Traffic Safety, Provin-

cial RCMP / Alberta Sheriffs Integrated Traffic Unit, Alberta Health Services, Beaver Ambulance Society, Beaver County, Beaver County Victim Services, Beaver Emergency Services Commission, CN Police, Tofield / Viking RCMP, Tofield / Ryley / Beaver Family & Community Support Services. When approaching an emergency vehicle with flashing lights, motorists in the lane adjacent must slow down to 60 km per hour, or less depending on the posted speed limit. If motorists are not travelling adjacent to the emergency vehicle or are travelling in an opposite direction, they do not need to slow down. When entering a construction zone, motorists must reduce

to posted speed regardless if workers are visible or not. Failuretoslowdownforallinstancesmayresultindoublespeedfines. “With this being our second annual checkstop, we’re excited about building on the success of last year’s event. Education is a major part of saving lives on Alberta’s roads and the Beaver County Traffic Safety Action Network will continue to host traffic safety initiatives,” said Becky Oxton, Regional Traffic Safety Consultant, East Central Alberta. Driving, for many, has become second nature. By reminding drivers of simple rules to follow, Beaver County continues to help make our roads safer. For more road safety tips, visit

Theft of trailers On June 30, 2011, at approximately 10:30 p.m., an unknown male driving a white 1998-1999 Ford F-150 extended cab short box entered onto the sales lot of Paradise RV in Camrose. The unknown male then exited his vehicle and hooked up to a travel trailer on the lot and proceeded to leave, exiting to the north alley and out of view of the surveillance. At approximately 1:50 a.m. the same male and vehicle returned and hooked up to a second trailer and exited the lot in the same manner. At 4:30 a.m. the male returned a third time and hooked up to a third travel trailer and proceeded to the exit in the same manner. The vehicle drove west to 39 Street and headed in an unknown direction. The male appeared to be approximately five feet ten inches, average build, wearing a white ball cap, white t-shirt, dark jacket and jeans. The vehicle he was driving was a white 1998-1999 Ford F-150 extended cab, short box, with a diamond plated toolbox in the back. The first trailer taken from the lot is a 29 foot bumper pull, 2000 Forest River Salem, white in colour with Salem written on the front nose of the trailer. The second trailer is a 26 foot bumper pull, 2004 Kustom Koach Holidaire lite, white in colour with Holidaire written in purple on the rear right side. The third trailer is a 25 foot bumper pull, 2009 Forest River Flagstaff Micro, white in colour with Micro lie written on the front right side in dark green. If you have information about this or any other crime, please call the Camrose Police Service at 780672-4444. Or, if you wish to remain anonymous, you may call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS). Information may also be submitted online at www. You may also send your tip via text message. Simply send your message to CRIMES (274637). Start your text with TIP205 so it will be sent to the proper authorities. This will be sent anonymously to Crime Stoppers and you will receive a confirmation reply. You do not have to reveal your identity. Use your phone or computer! Help solve a crime! Be a Crime Stopper!

Camrose and District Crime Stoppers is funded entirely by donations from organizations, businesses, and/or individuals. Donations may be mailed to: Camrose and District Crime Stoppers, Box 1474, Camrose, Alberta, T4V 1X4. Tax deductible receipts will be provided.


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Employee Pricing is not combinable with CPA, GPC, CFIP, Daily Rental Allowance, or A/X/Z/D/F-Plan. *Purchase a new 2011 [F-350 Lariat Crew Cab Diesel 4x4/ F-250 Super Cab XLT 4x4 Automatic Western Edition (with Power Seats)/ F-150 Super Cab 5.0L XLT 4x4/ Ranger Super Cab Sport 4x2] for [$55,904/ $39,215/ $28,682/ $14,849] after Total Price Adjustments of [$13,895/ $9,434/ $10,167/ $6,600] deducted (Total Price Adjustment is a combination of Employee Price adjustment of [$8,395/ $5,434/ $4,167/ $1,600] and Manufacturer Rebate of [$5,500/ $4,000/ $6,000/ $5,000]). Taxes payable on full amount of purchase price after Employee Price adjustment and Manufacturer Rebate have been deducted. Offers include freight and air tax (where applicable) [$1,550/ $1,550/ $1,550/ $1,450], but exclude license, fuel fill charge, insurance, dealer PDI, registration, PPSA, administration fees (may vary by dealer), any environmental charges or fees, and all applicable taxes. Manufacturer Rebates can be used in conjunction with most retail consumer offers made available by Ford of Canada at either the time of factory order or delivery, but not both. Manufacturer Rebates are not combinable with any fleet consumer incentives. † Qualified retail customers, on approved credit from Ford Credit (not all buyers will qualify for the lowest APR payment), may purchase finance a 2011 Ford F-250 Super Cab XLT 4x4 Automatic Western Edition (with Power Seats)/ F-150 Super Cab 5.0L XLT 4x4/ Ranger Super Cab Sport 4x2 for $39,215/ $28,682/ $14,849 (after Total Price Adjustment of $9,434/ $10,167/ $6,600 deducted), a monthly payment of $563/ $398/ $199 (the sum of twelve (12) monthly payments divided by 26 periods gives payee a bi-weekly payment of $260/ $184/ $92) for 72 months with a down payment of $6,000/ $3,950/ $2,650 or equivalent trade. Down payment may be required based on approved credit. Cost of borrowing is $7,317/ $3,939/ $2,147 or APR of 6.79%/ 4.99%/ 5.49% and total to be repaid is $46,532/ $32,620/ $16,996. All purchase finance offers include freight and air tax, but exclude administration and registration fees (administration fees may vary by dealer), fuel fill charge and all applicable taxes. Taxes are payable on the full amount of the purchase price. Bi-Weekly payments are only available using a customer initiated PC (Internet Banking) or Phone Pay system through the customer’s own bank (if offered by that financial institution). The customer is required to sign a monthly payment contract and furnish a cheque in the amount of the first bi-weekly payment on the contract date. Subsequent bi-weekly payments will be made via a PC or Phone Pay system commencing 2 weeks following the contract date. ▼ Class is Full-Size Pickups under 8,500 lbs. GVWR, non-hybrid. 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ON NOW AT YOUR ALBERTA BUICK GMC DEALERS. 1-800-GM-DRIVE. GMC is a brand of General Motors of Canada. #///â&#x20AC; /ÂĽ/*â&#x20AC; /*Offers apply to the purchase of a 2011 GMC Sierra Ext 2WD SL (R7C), 2011 Terrain SLE FWD (R7A), 2011 Acadia SLE1 FWD (R7B) equipped as described. Freight included ($1,450). License, insurance, registration, PPSA, administration fees and taxes not included. Dealers are free to set individual prices. Offers valid to August 31, 2011. Limited time offers which may not be combined with other offers, and are subject to change without notice. Offers apply to qualified retail customers in Alberta GMC Dealer Marketing Association area only. Dealer order (2011MY only) or trade may be required. X$8,000/$2,300 manufacturer to dealer delivery credit available on 2011 GMC Sierra EXT FWD SL/Acadia SLE (tax exclusive) for retail customers only. Other cash credits available on most models. See your GM dealer for details. â&#x20AC;  0% purchase financing offered on approved credit by Ally Credit for 48 months on new or demonstrator 2011 Chevrolet / GMC / Buick Traverse, Acadia, Enclave and Malibu. Rates from other lenders will vary. Down payment, trade and/or security deposit may be required. Monthly payment and cost of borrowing will vary depending on amount borrowed and down payment/trade. Example: $10,000 at 0% APR, the monthly payment is $208.33 for 48 months. Cost of borrowing is $0, total obligation is $10,000. Offer is unconditionally interest-free. Freight ($1,450) included. License, insurance, registration, PPSA, applicable taxes and fees not included. Dealers are free to set individual prices. Offers apply to qualified retail customers only Limited time offer which may not be combined with certain other offers. GMCL may modify, extend or terminate offers in whole or in part at any time without notice. Conditions and limitations apply. 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GMCL may modify, extend or terminate offers in whole or in part at any time without notice. Conditions and limitations apply. See participating dealer for details. â&#x20AC; â&#x20AC; Variable rate financing for 84 months on 2011 Terrain FWD Sierra Ext on approve credit. Bi-Weekly payment and variable rate shown based on current TD Finance prime rate and is subject to fluctuation; actual payment amounts will vary with rate fluct uations. Example: $10,000 at 3% for 84 months, the monthly payment is $132 Cost of borrowing is $1,099, total obligation is $11,099. Down payment and/or trade may be required. Monthly payments and cost of borrowing will also vary depending on amount borrowed and down payment/trade. 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Sea Serpents show well By Dan Jensen

The Camrose Sea Serpents collected 36 gold, 45 silver and 46 bronze medals at the Alberta Summer Swim Association's regional competition in Sherwood Park. Nathan Saby set records in the boys' 15-17 200 metre free and boys' 15-17 50 metre free, while Callum Gau set a provincial record in the boys' 8 and under 25 metre free. Forty-one of the 50 swimmers qualified for the provincials, which were held in Calgary Aug. 12 to 14. Regional results Thomas Ashton placed third in the boys' 8 and under 50 metre free. Kallista Ashton placed second in the girls' 10 and under 100 metre medley relay and first in the girls' 10 and under 100 free relay. Chantelle Bauer placed third in the girls' 9 and 10 25 metre fly and girls' 9 and 10 50 metre breast. Katie Cookson placed third in the girls' 8 and under 100 metre free relay. Amy Cookson placed first in the girls' 11 and 12 100 metre back, third in the girls' 11 and 12 100 metre free, second in the girls' 12 and under 200 metre medley relay, first in the girls' 12 and under 200 metre free relay, and second in the girls' 11 and 12 50 metre back, Shayn Cookson placed third in the girls' 15-17 100 metre back, third in the girls' 15-17 400 metre free, second in the girls 15-17 800 metre free, and second in the girls' 17 and under 200 metre free relay. Ashleigh Dickson placed second in the girls' 15-17 50 metre breast, second in the girls' 17 and under 200 metre medley relay, second in the girls' 17 and under 200 metre free relay, and first in the girls' 17 and under 100 metre breast stroke. Benjamin Eggink placed third in the boys' 9 and 10 50 metre back, second in the boys' 10 and under 200 metre free, and first in the boys' 9 and 10 100 metre free relay. Jordyn Fitfield placed second in the girls' 9 and 10 100 metre IM, second in the girls' 9 and 10 25 metre fly, second in the girls' 10 and under 100

metre medley relay, third in the girls' 10 and under 25 metre back, and first in the girls' 10 and under 100 metre free relay. Ashton Ford placed third in the boys' 12 and under 200 metre medley relay and third in the boys' 12 and under 200 metre free relay. Christian Ford placed third in the boys' 17 and under 1500 metre free, third in the boys' 14 and under 200 metre medley relay, and third in the boys' 14 and under 200 metre free relay. Tanner Ford placed second in the boys' 9 and 10 100 metre free and first in the boys' 9 and 10 100 metre free relay. Callum Gau placed first in the boys' 8 and under 50 metre free, 25 metre breast, 50 metre breast, and 25 metre free, and first in the boys' 9 and 10 100 metre free relay. Camryn Gau placed first in the girls' 11 and 12 50 metre fly, first in the girls' 12 and under 200 metre free relay, second in the girls' 11 and 12 100 metre IM and 100 metre free, and second in the girls' 12 and under 200 metre medley relay and 200 metre free relay. Brendan Hilgartner placed first in the boys' 15-17 800 metre free, third in the boys' 15-17 200 metre free, third in the boys' 15-17 200 metre free relay, first in the boys' 17 and under 1,500 metre free, second in the boys' 15-17 400 metre free, and third in the boys' open medley relay. Casara Holm placed second in the girls' 10 and under 100 metre medley relay and first in the girls' 10 and under 100 metre free relay. Amiah Klein placed first in the girls' 15-17 100 metre back, second in the girls' 15-17 400 metre free, second in the girls' 17 and under 200 metre medley relay, second in the girls' 17 and under 200 metre free relay, first in the girls' 15-17 200 metre free and second in the girls' 15-17 50 metre back. Halee Klein placed second in the girls' 12 and under 400 metre free, second in the girls' 12 and under 200 metre medley relay, first in the girls' 12 and under 200 metre free relay and first in the girls' 11 and 12 100 metre fly. Continued on page 42


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ANNOUNCEMENTS SEE THE AUTOMOTIVE SECTION STARTING ON PAGE 34 for more classified ads about cars, trucks, campers, RVs, automotive services and ATVs WEDDING DRESS MISTAKE? If your error was putting it on once, fi x the mistake. Sell your dress with a Camrose Booster classified. Phone 780-672-3142. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE – Family smorg style breakfast at Moose Family Center, Sun., Aug. 21 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Adults, $6.00; Students, $5.00. TOFIELD DANCE CLUB – Dance Aug. 20, 2011 - Tofield Community Hall. Live Band: The Diamonds. Doors: 7 p.m.; dance 8 p.m. - midnight. Lunch, 10:30. Open to over 18 years. Contact Inez/Arnie, 780-662-3608. ST. JOSEPH LUTHERAN CHURCH is holding their annual Decoration Day service at St. Joseph Cemetery on August 21 at 11 a.m. with Rev. Jim Appleby offi ciating. Everyone is invited to attend. Coffee will be served after the service. BETHLEHEM CEMETERY DECORATION DAY – Sunday, August 21, 2:00 p.m. Lunch. 780672-6122.

LAMBERT’S NEW YEARS GATHERING – Hal’s 1/2 Aker, Winfield, August 20. Relatives and friends welcome. For information call 780-682-3743. BIRTHDAY PARTY – Come-and-go to celebrate Helen Csernyanszki’s 80th year, Sat., Aug. 20 from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., multi-purpose room, Rosehaven. No gifts please. ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the Camrose Arts Society will take place 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 13 at the Chuck MacLean Arts Center, 4809-52 St. Everyone welcome to attend. Promote the future of arts in our city! ROSE CITY FARMERS’ MARKET – Every Thursday, 2:00 to 7:30 p.m. at Duggan Mall. Baking, sausage and meats, health products, crafts/sewing, jewellery, home products, Watkins, Avon, Bubble Shirts, hemp, books, massages, jams and jellies, fresh local vegetables, strawberries, and much more! For more information phone 780-239-5604.

THANK YOU THE FAMILY OF ALVER PERSON expresses sincere gratitude to family and friends. Your phone calls, visits, fl owers and food have been greatly appreciated. Special thanks to the staff at Burgar Funeral Home and Pastor Norm Lentz for their care and support. A big thanks to the ladies at Messiah Lutheran Church for their special touch with the lunch. Blessings to all of you, – Arlene and Family ALLAN BOWIE WOULD LIKE TO THANK friends/family who helped me celebrate my 95th birthday. Thank you for all the cards, gifts and well wishes. It was much appreciated. Thanks to my immediate family for the wonderful party. THE FAMILY OF DORIS SHEPLAWY wishes to thank all those who offered sympathy, cards, food and memorial donations. Special thanks to Father Pederson, Kathy Leibel, St. Francis Adult Choir, Burgar Funeral Home and Leeann Zellweger and the C.W.L. for the lovely lunch served following the service.

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. LOOKING FOR SINGLE LADY – 65 plus who likes camping, fishing, outdoors. Send replies to: Advertiser Box 306, c/o Camrose Booster Ltd., 4925-48 St., Camrose, AB T4V 1L7.

PETS/PET SUPPLIES GOT PUPPIES? If that sneaky dog of the neighbour’s has been over lately and you’ve got a litter of puppies to prove it... move them fast with a Camrose Booster classifi ed ad. Ph. 780-672-3142. NEW DELUXE CAT CONDO – $100. 780-608-8744.

BATTLE RIVER VETERINARY SERVICES Practice Limited to Companion Animals Experienced Professionals Providing Quality Care and Service 780-672-6999 5208-51 Avenue, Camrose LONG-HAIRED MINI DACHSHUND – Registered exchampion show dog, spayed, extremely well trained, needs a loving, stable home. Would make a great companion. Price negotiable for the right person. $300. Ph. 780672-5109.


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

SERVICES WE SELL RUBBER STAMPS, stamp pads, and stamp pad ink. Camrose Booster Ltd., 4925-48 St., Camrose. JUNK TO THE DUMP – Free estimates. Garages, basements, light hauling. 780-608-7917, Tom Mino. TOTAL FOOT CARE, 780672-3993. Have a specially trained RN visit you.

STEMWARE/GOBLET COLLECTION – Ph. 780672-0046 evenings. FIVE-WEEK-OLD KITTENS – Cute and cuddly, 780-672-1846.

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


GREG’S HANDYMAN SERVICES – Small renovations, small repairs, painting, basement developments. Quality workmanship, reasonable rates. Phone Greg at 780-672-8256.

LOST IN CAMROSE – Car keys with DK Ford Leduc attached logo. Ph. 780-672-8869.

WANTED WILL ACCEPT OLD VEHICLES, machinery, scrap iron, etc. Car batteries (will pay for). Call 780-672-6917 or 780-686-5211. CASSSETTE TAPE OR COPY for the song “The Sloop John B” by The Beach Boys. Ph. 780-672-0046 evenings.

HELP WANTED JOB STARTING IMMEDIATELY – Boarders, tapers and insulators required for large commercial project in Camrose. Call 780-414-0637. CLASS 1 TRUCK DRIVER w/wagon experience wanted in Camrose area. Competitive wages and benefits. Apply to Advertiser 288, c/o Camrose Booster Ltd., 4925-48 St., Camrose, AB T4V 1L7. ASPHALT SHINGLING COMPANY hiring experienced roofers. Must have valid driver’s license. Drop resumés off at 5313-52 Ave., Camrose. PERSON REQUIRED FOR HOUSECLEANING – Includes windows. Must be able to do some heavy lifting. $15/hr. Ph. 780672-0114. LABOURERS WANTED – Must have valid Class 5 or better driver’s license (no graduated license). All work applying for is away from Camrose. Room and board supplied. Average 12 hrs./day with overtime. Regular drug and alcohol testing. CSTS and H2S an asset but will train. Starting wage $18/hr. Please bring resumé and up-to-date Driver’s Abstract to 3735-43 Ave., Camrose, AB. EXPERIENCED TRUCK DRIVERS needed to haul water to drilling rigs in Northern Alberta. Must have valid Class 1 or 3 driver’s license, first aid and H2S training. Call Dale at 780-385-5310. CLEANING PERSON REQUIRED – 9 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., Wed. - Sat., $15/hr. Ph. 780672-6991.

McTAVISH DELIVERIES LTD. Local and long distance moving Storage Insured and bonded Where your business is appreciated 780-672-5242, Camrose ROD LaGRANGE DRYWALL – residential/commercial. Tape, texture, estimates and references. Phone 780-679-8299 or 780-3520888. COMPLETE TILING SERVICE Specializing in backsplashes, tub surrounds and all types of wall. Patricia Fielding, Lady Tiler 780-672-3622 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 SHOE DOCTOR Repairs to all footwear, purses, luggage, zippers and much more. “You don’t know if it can be repaired, unless you ask.” Duggan Mall Ph. 780-679-0550 RIDING LESSONS, ANCHOR J RANCH – 5 km. west of Camrose on Hwy. 13. Riding and roping lessons, horse boarding and training available. Indoor and outdoor arenas. Riding lessons Wednesday nights. Please call Dirk McCarroll at 780-608-8448. CHILD CARE Looking for quality child care at reasonable rates? Camrose County has a Dayhome just west of Junction with full and part-time spaces, flexible hours. Call 780-672-3991 Don’t delay, spaces are limited!

STAN LACEY PHOTOGRAPHY – Studio portraiture, mobile studio, will travel. Ph. 780672-5026. COMPUTE THIS! Providing fast, quality computer services at competitive prices! Free computer pick up and delivery within Camrose. Available after hours, weekends and most holidays. 780-678-3554 or find us on Facebook HOME CLEANING SERVICE OFFERED for regularly scheduled, one time only, or seasonal customers. Hourly rates applied, call Debbie, 780-781-4710. MUSIC LESSONS – Drums, guitar and bass. Email Steve Hartman at stevewhartman@ gmail. com or call 780-672-2718.

FOR RENT KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS HALL FOR RENT, 780-672-8620. BITTERN LAKE HALL for rent. Call Bittern Lake Village Office, 780-672-7373. CAMROSE MOOSE HALL FOR RENT Ideal for weddings, banquets, any celebration or special occasion. Call 780-672-2695 LARGE SINGLE OFFICE – 15’ x 16’, bright, main floor, air conditioned and handicapped accessible. Quiet, respectful neighbours. $360.65 monthly includes all utilities. Call Blain or Andrea, 780-6723142 days and rent from the most reasonable people in the business! ASPEN TERRACE One or Two-Bedroom Apartments Modern, spacious, clean. Includes fridge, stove, dishwasher in-suite washer/dryer. Rent includes heat, water and assigned parking with plug-in. In quiet surroundings. Many amenities within walking distance. Limited Time Offer Won’t Last Long! Call Today! 780-672-8681 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 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 TWO-BEDROOM APARTMENT AVAILABLE SEPT. 1 – This clean, quiet, adult only building is located close to downtown at 4914-52A St. Ph. 780-672-8006, 780-679-7240.

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TAMARACK PLACE New 2-bedroom apartments for rent 5 appliances Month to Month Rentals Pet Friendly, Elevator Water, Heat, 1 parking stall included 780-678-2621

COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BEST – Brand new, bright, twobedroom, five appliance, walk-out basement suite with beautiful view of Battle River Valley, just 10 min. south of Camrose. Heated garage, utilities included. No smoking but pet may be allowed. Also, horse boarding a possibility. References required. Available immediately. Call Colleen at 780-991-8970.

SIMPLY BREATHTAKING TWO-STOREY HOME – For only $1,195/mo. you can enjoy living in this newer 1,280 sq. ft. home which has matching stainless steel appliances, eating bar, kitchen pantry, ONE AND TWO BEDROOM SUITES – Reclaim your freedom in a newer paint, laminate flooring, three bedrooms, 1.5 baths and a relaxing spacious apartment for reasonable four-piece en suite. Available Sept. rates in Kensington Manor. They 1. Sorry, no pets. For information are newly renovated suites with and pictures of this property and large living area, new appliances, others, or to book a showing, visit large master bedroom, walk-in or call 780age closet and balcony with each 679-0002. unit. We are located close to parks and recreational facilities; we have FARMHOUSE AND laundry facility in the building and GARAGE – 30 km. southeast of power to each parking stall. Rent Camrose. $1,100/mo., utilities instarts at $750. Heat and hot water cluded. Ph. 780-375-2443. are included in the rent. To make an BASHAW – Three-bedroom biappointment for viewing please call level duplex. Deck overlooking large 780-673-0049. yard, $775/mo. 780-929-2408. TAMARACK PLACE Available now Built in 2010 Beautiful two-bedroom apartments Highways easily accessible Walking distance to shopping Security deposit only $650 780-678-2621 TWO-BEDROOM SUITE in newer four-plex, downtown location, fi ve appliances. $850/mo. plus utilities. Available Sept. 1. 780672-7962. NEWLY BUILT UP AND DOWN DUPLEX Separate entrances Two bedrooms in each unit, five new appliances in each Non-smoking, no pets Available immediately Upper unit - $1,200/mo. plus utilities Lower unit - $1,000/mo. plus utilities Call 780-608-6310; ask for Sean

A NEW HOME, A NEW FEEL – $850 for this four-year-old, 1,000 sq. ft. bi-level four-plex unit. Two bedrooms, one bath, open floor plan with contemporary interior fixings plus balcony. Available Sept. 1. One parking stall included. No pets. For information and pictures of this property and others, or to book a showing, visit or call 780679-0002. HOUSE NEAR AUGUSTANA – Students or faculty preferred. Phone 780-855-3783, 780-678-5097. WALKING DISTANCE TO AUGUSTANA CAMPUS – Only $675 for this two-bedroom suite which is an ideal location to make commuting and studying less stressful for students. Laundry facilities are located in the building. Extra storage space is located on lower level. Sorry, NO pets. For information and pictures of this property and others, or to book a showing, visit or call 780-679-0002.

UNIVERSITY STUDENTS! – We have three furnished bedrooms for rent in our private home four miles out of Camrose. Private bath/ kitchen/games room, internet/satellite. I do laundry and cleaning. Must be respectful, clean and quiet. Must see - beautiful, country living. Call 780-608-9687 after 5 p.m.

HOUSEHOLD FREEZER – 25.2 cu. ft., $300 obo. 780-608-1711, leave message. HANDEL PIANO – Made by Willis, 40 in. tall, $1,000 obo. Ph. 780-877-2524. NEW AND USED FURNITURE – Ph. 780-672-3520. CHINA CABINET – Very nice traditional style cabinet w/two glass shelves in hutch, lighted, cutlery drawer. 78 1/2” tall, 37” deep, 40” wide, $200. 780-672-2555. See on Kijiji ID 303880646. CORNER COMPUTER DESK with filing cabinet, $100. Ph. 780678-2568. LA-Z-BOY CHAIR – Medium sized, like new, 780-672-0628. FILTER QUEEN VACUUM with Water Matic V, like new, $800. Ph. 780-608-2192. PATIO TABLE with six chairs, $60. Call 780-679-2452. WOODEN TABLE and four chairs. Good condition, $75 obo. 780-608-9416. 54-INCH DOUBLE BED – Box spring, mattress, base frame with oak headboard, $50. 780-672-5354.

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. HAY FOR SALE – Standing hay, alfalfa and brome mix, $20/ bale obo. 780-672-6532.

Here’s a great offer for Booster readers…

For Sale Ads! F For or items price priced at $100 or less! • Mail, fax, email or drop off your ad copy. • Offer limited to one ad per issue. • One item per ad – 10 word limit. • Include the price of the item in your ad. • Offer excludes living things, except when offered for free. 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.

Example: Girl’s bicycle, like new, $70. 555-555-5555 WRITE YOUR AD HERE: _____________________ _____________________ ____________________ _____________________ _____________________ ____________________ _____________________

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MACHINERY SWATHER NO LONGER ‘CUTTING THE MUSTARD?’ Call The Camrose Booster Classifieds, 780-672-3142. NEW HOLLAND 415 DISCBINE – 12 ft., excellent shape, field ready. 780-679-0713. 230 IHC 16 FT. SWATHER – w/pickup reels and hay conditioner, $3,000; 7’ x 11’ deck for truck with lights and mud flaps, $300. Ph. 780678-4927. GRAIN BINS – 1,250, 2,000, 3,000 bu. Some with hoppers. Jim, 780-672-6423, 780-608-0369. JOHN DEERE 190 PULLTYPE SWATHER – Batt reel, pitman rebuilt last fall. One new canvas, $4,500. Ph. 780-385-1044, 780-679-5704 or 780-376-2181. TWO WHEATLAND HOPPER BINS – Older, smooth walled, on skids. Approx. 2,000 bu. each. $4,000 each obo. 780608-0679. 400 VERSATILE SWATHER PICKUP REEL – $1,400; box scrapers, well built, $2,100 - $2,500; 33 ft. Morris deep tillage cultivator with anhydrous kit and harrows, $850; 15 ft. car hauler trailer with ramps and winch, $1,500. 780-3732654. 1997 220 MASSEY SWATHER – 26 ft., double swath, 1,400 hrs., U2 reel, shedded, good condition, $32,000. 780-678-0808. 605F VERMEER BALER for parts. New tie arm, spare belts. 780855-3093. 1010 30 FT. COMBINE HEADER – Batt reel, shedded, good knives, w/transport, $10,000; 14 ft. rake-up pickup, 1,000 hrs., $5,000. Ph. 780-678-0808.

REAL ESTATE NEWLY RENOVATED BUNGALOW – 60 ft. lot, main floor w/three-bedrooms, 1.5 baths. Two- or three-bedroom basement suite w/full bath. Near university. 780-487-2786. FOR SALE • Hay Lakes – 9.3 acres, rolling hills, close to pavement, $125,000 • New Sarepta - 157 acres, very good house and land, $790,000 • New Sarepta - 33 acres of bare land close to Edmonton/Nisku, $219,000 • Gwynne - 3.6 acres, old farmyard with power and well, $119,000 • Red Deer Lake - Quarter section with view of lake, $299,000 • Wetaskiwin - 2 acres, modern house in nice subdivision, $379,000 • Hay Lakes - 4.4 acres, walkout basement, power and gas, $99,000 • Hay Lakes - 45 acres, good treed building site, $225,000 Ron Hodge Royal LePage Gateway 780-986-8407 THREE-BEDROOM MOBILE HOME located in well-kept mobile park in southeast Edmonton, half block to bus stop. Asking $55,000. 780-462-7224.


FOUR-BEDROOM, 2.5 BATH HOUSE – Crescent location, 1,716 sq. ft., five-level split. Numerous upgrades, new roof and insulation. Price includes all appliances and window coverings, $275,000. Immediate possession. Ph. 780672-2555 or 780-678-6418, cell. See pics on Kijiji ID 303837392.

MISCELLANEOUS SEE THE AUTOMOTIVE SECTION STARTING ON PAGE 34 for more classified ads about cars, trucks, campers, RVs, automotive services and ATVs 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. HUSQVARNA 24 HP HYDROSTATIC tractor w/48”deck plus 48” Berco sweeper attachment; 10 HP ARIENS e/s 32” snowthrower plus 36” sidewalk sweeper; 8 HP TROY-BILT SUPER TOMAHAWK CHIPPER/SHREDDER ; 10 HP CRAFTSMAN e/s, riding mower w/30” cut. (Check us out) Phone 780-672-7649. DOOR OPENERS LiftMaster Model 3255 c/w Remote Logic 4 for 7 ft. doors, $195 Limited Quantity Professional Installation Available KILBRIDE SERVICES INC. 780-672-0800 BRICKS – Red, used. 300 available, 20¢ ea. 780-672-0832. HEALTH/MOBILITY EQUIPMENT – New condition. Homedics wax therapy unit, $25; Shower bench w/back, $50; Hugo ergonomic cane w/four feet, $20; commode, $40. Ph. 780-672-2555. DOUBLE SIT AND STAND STROLLER – Excellent shape, $45. Ph. 780-672-8336. 14 FT. TRAMPOLINE – $175 obo. Ph. 780-608-5137. BRAND NEW black/silver golf bag, $165. Selling for $100. 780-3752383.

GARAGE SALES 18 MONTJOY AVE. – Aug. 18, Aug. 19, 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Aug. 20, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. HUGE GARAGE SALE IN HEISLER – Furniture, household, antiques and much more. Follow signs. Aug. 19, 20, 21 from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. 3710-68A STREET – Southwest Meadows, Sat., August 20, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; Sun., August 21, 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Fridge, TV, couch, electric mower, air conditioner and many household items. FERINTOSH, 102 LINGREN ST. – Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, Aug. 19 to Sept. 11. New items added weekly.

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Jackie Rae is doing her best but, dare we say, we think someone like you might be a better fi t in our DETAIL AREA! If you’ve got that magic touch, and a keen eye for that sparkle around your own home, bring those skills and put them to use as our automotive detailing specialist. Great work environment. Full-time hours. Training by Jackie (and up)!

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Decoration Day – August 21, 2011 On August 21, 2011 (the third Sunday every August) the City of Camrose invites friends, family, and relatives to recognize loved ones at the Cemetery. Every year the cemetery becomes a fi eld of color which is welcome again this year. Come out and enjoy the day! Just a reminder, after Decoration Day is over we ask all family members who have placed decorations that do not conform to our bylaw be removed within a week of the conclusion of Decoration Day. After that Cemetery staff will be picking up all decorations that do not conform to our Cemetery Bylaw. Decorations can be picked up at the Cemetery Offi ce between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday to Friday. For further information please feel free to contact the Community Services Offi ce at 780-672-9195.

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 (phone: 780-672-4426) within 14 days after the date of this notice.

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Further information regarding these Development Permits may be obtained 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 (phone: 780672-4428). Permit # Legal Address Civic Address Development Plan Block Lot DP #3498 0324355 7 27 5302-52 Avenue Variance of side yard setback of detached garage

Doug Griffiths, MLA, Battle River - Wainwright Province supports six innovative energy projects

The Government of Alberta is funding six innovative energy projects through the groundbreaking Innovative Energy Technologies Program (IETP) as part of its commitment to establish the province as a world-class centre for responsible energy development. The successful projects were submitted by Cenovus Energy, EnCana Corporation, Laracina Energy, Pengrowth Corporation, and PennWest Petroleum. The projects address a variety of research interests such as advancing production technologies to produce bitumen in reservoirs that are not yet commercial, better understanding of coalbed methane production, and expansion of new enhanced oil and gas recovery technologies into previously inaccessible oil and gas deposits. The six projects will receive royalty adjustments totalling up to $27.5 million under the fourth and fifth rounds of the IETP. This is in addition to the $134.3 million already allocated to 31 previously approved projects. For project descriptions and additional information on the IETP go to: http://www. With the successful completion of rounds four and five, the IETP is now open for another round of applications (round six). Applications will be accepted until September 30 with the expectation that successful applicants will be notified by the end of the year. Further details, including the application form can be accessed at: Oil/768.asp.

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Jogen Klein placed third in the boys' 15-17 50 metre back, second in the boys' 15-17 100 metre back, third in the boys' 15-17 400 metre free, third in the boys' 15-17 200 metre IM, third in the boys' open medley relay and third in the boys' open free relay. Zachary Lunghammer placed third in the boys' 12 and under 200 metre medley relay. Bennett Lyster placed first in the boys' 18 and over 50 metre fly, third in the boys' open medley relay, second in the boys' 18 and over 100 metre fly, third in the boys' 18 and over 50 metre free, and third in the boys' open free relay. Drew Lyster placed third in the boys' 14 and under 200 metre medley relay and third in the boys' 14 and under 200 metre free relay. Kristen Lyster placed second in the girls' 15-17 50 metre fly and third in the girls' 15-17 50 metre free. Angela Nagy placed third

in the girls' 9 and 10 100 metre free. Miranda Nash placed second in the giurls' 15-17 200 metre IM, second in the girls' 15-17 100 metre back, second in the girls' 17 and under 200 metre medley relay, and third in the girls' 15-17 50 metre back. Jordyn Riexinger placed first in the girls' 15-17 100 metre free, second in the girls' 17 and under 200 metre medley relay, first in the girls' 17 and under 50 memtre back, second in the girls' 17 and under 50 metre free, second in the girls' 17 and under 200 metre free relay, and second in the girls' 17 and under 200 metre free. Carson Rodin placed third in the boys' 12 and under 200 metre medley relay and thirde in the boys' 12 and under 200 metre free relay. Neleh Rodin placed third in the girls' 8 and under 100 metre free relay. Bennett Rolston placed first in the boys' 9 and 10 100 metre free, third in the boys' 9 and 10

25 metre fly, first in the boys' 10 and under 200 metre free, second ion the boys' 9 and 10 50 metre free, and first in the boys' 9 and 10 100 metre free relay. Mackenzie Rolston placed third in the 14 and under 200 metre free. Carter Rolston placed second in the boys' 11 and 12 50 metre fly, second in the boys' 11 and 12 100 metre free, third in the boys' 12 and under 200 metre medley relay, second in the boys' 12 and under 100 metre fly, second in the boys' 12 and under 50 metre free, and third in the boys' 12 and under 200 metre free relay. Nathan Saby placed first in the boys' 15-17 100 metre free, first in the boys' 15-17 50 metre breast, third in the boys' open medley relay, third in the boys open free relay, first in the boys' 15-17 200 metre free, and first in the boys' 15-17 50 metre free. Chad Sieben placed first in the boys' 12 and under 400 metre free, first in the boys' 11 and 12 100 metre back, second

in the boys' 11 and 12 100 metre IM, third in the boys' 14 and under 200 metre medley relay, second in the boys' 11 and 12 50 metre back and third in the boys' 14 and under 200 metre free relay. Kyle Sieben placed first in the boys' 13 and 14 400 metre free, third in the boys' 14 and under 200 metre medley relay, third in the boys' 13 and 14 800 metre free, and third in the boys' 14 and under 200 metre free relay. Anna Snydmiller placed third in the girls' 8 and under 100 metre free relay. Natalie Thain placed third in the girls' 8 and under 100 metre free relay. Ashley White placed first in the girls' 12 and under 200 metre free relay and second in the girls' 12 and under 200 metre medley relay. Jenna Worton placed second in the girls' 10 and under 100 metre medley relay and first in the girls' 10 and under 100 metre free relay.

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WE’RE BUSY AND HIRING! The Home Team has immediate openings in-store and in our yard! Business is brisk at Hauser Home Hardware Building Centre. We’re looking for motivated team players who demonstrate initiative and willingness to go the extra mile to serve our valued customers and contractors. As a Home employee, you will need to be able to work in a fast-paced environment, where each day delivers new opportunities for growth and success.

NOW HIRING… • D epartment Manager Plumbing / Electrical Dep’t.

If you have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in the plumbing or electrical trade you will be well positioned to help our extensive customer base. You’ll assist our contractor and individual clients in making wise choices for their new or renovation projects. Supervisory skills and the ability to train / mentor other staff members are valuable assets.

•F ull-time Tool/Hardware Dep’t. Find satisfaction assisting our diverse client base with the right hand or power equipment and hardware to the get the job done right. Full training provided.

•P art-time Seasonal Dep’t. Must be available for any potential shift, customer-focused and friendly.

Experience with wide range of building materials advantageous.

Benefits of working at Hauser Home Hardware Building Centre • a n exciting retail work environment • c ompetitive wages • o pportunities for advancement • a clean, safe working environment


FLAGSTAFF REGIONAL HOUSING GROUP is seeking an EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR to lead its organizaon in providing affordable, supporve living for seniors in the Flagstaff region. Reporng directly to the Board of Directors, the Execuve Director manages and administers the day-to-day operaons of the regional group from its main offi ce, Forestburg. The ideal candidate is a proven leader with a strong fi nancial background, embraces challenges, is movated to improve the overall effi ciency of operaons, and sets a climate of creave achievement. Responsibilies:  Working with the Board to establish priories through organizaonal objecves, strategic direcon and business plans;  Fiscally accountable; prepare, implement and monitor budgets;  Direct and enforce Board and Government approved Policies;  Promote the organizaon through Media and Community Relaons;  Supervise, evaluate and inspire employees. Qualificaons:  A degree or diploma from a recognized post-secondary educaonal instute in Finance/Business Administraon  A minimum of 5 years’ experience in the administraon and operaon of a supporve living facility or similar organizaon or municipal corporaon  Excellent team leadership and communicaon skills, both verbally and wrien  Computer skills – proficiency in Excel and Word  Knowledge of seniors and seniors’ issues would be an asset  A combinaon of relevant training and praccal experience may be given consideraon in lieu of formal educaonal requirements. Annual salary starts at $61,500 and a full benefi t package is provided including a pension plan. The successful candidate must provide a Criminal Record Check. Qualified and interested persons should submit resumes no later than August 31, 2011. To: Town of Killam c/o Rick Krys, Board Chairman Box 189, Killam, AB T0B 2L0 Email No phone calls please. Only those persons invited to an interview will be contacted. Thank you to all who submit their resumes.

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Tire/Service Truck Technician Fountain Tire is one of Canada’s fastest growing tire and mechanical service retailers. Our plan for continued growth has provided an opportunity for a Commercial Tire Technician in Camrose, Alberta. The successful candidate must demonstrate strong personal work habits, a commitment to customer satisfaction with pride in workmanship. Individuals must work well in a team environment and possess the ability to work independently when necessary. Successful candidates must have minimum one-year related experience and knowledge in passenger, light truck, medium truck, farm and industrial tires application. A minimum of one year experience on service truck is required along with a valid driver’s license. We provide an excellent training program for advancement, competitive salary range and full company benefi t package. Interested candidates can forward resumes in confi dence to: Mr. Doug Fleck, 4720-36 St., Camrose, AB T4V 0N1 Email doug.fl Telephone 780-672-5545 Visit our website at We would like to thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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Full-Time Flush-by Operator Must have Class 3 Driver’s License and rod rig or service rig experience. We are a busy flush-by company offering very competitive wages and an excellent benefits package. Please email resumes to or fax to 780-582-2114.

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GREAT FOOD... GREAT PEOPLE At Sunrise Village we provide high quality support services to seniors in a non-institutional setting. We expect top notch customer service from our team members emphasizing comfort, elegance, privacy, and dignity, to our residents. If selected, you will play a very important role in creating and establishing an atmosphere of respect, wellness and happiness in our new 141 suite residence. Sunrise Village is a Supportive Living Residence in Camrose. We are looking for a

Food Service Supervisor – FULL-TIME Responsible for ensuring the Food Services Department provides residents with nutritious and varied meal options that are customer driven. Our Food Service Supervisor must be fl exible, have strong problem solving skills and enjoy managing challenges and understand the importance of teamwork. The mission of Sunrise Village is to Create Caring Communities for Seniors. If you feel you have the ability to help shape and lead a very dynamic department and enjoy working with seniors we invite you to apply.

Instructor Faculty of Health Studies Wetaskiwin Campus If you have a Registered Nurse background and are looking for a new and exciting opportunity, consider joining the NorQuest team as an Instructor in the Practical Nurse program. We are seeking a permanent full time Instructor with excellent interpersonal and organizational skills to participate as an active member of our instructional team at our Wetaskiwin campus. You will instruct and supervise our students, and perform student evaluations in classroom, laboratory and clinical settings, playing a primary role in assisting students to understand the scope of practice of the practical nurse. If you are interested in applying for this exciting opportunity, email your resume and cover letter to: Gail Everitt, Supervisor, Human Resources Fax: (780) 644-6186 For more information on this and other opportunities at NorQuest College, please visit our website at

Major Responsibilities: • Meal planning • Meal preparation and delivery • Evaluation of meals and delivery service • Inventory/budget control • Staff supervision, training and education • Be knowledgeable of and adhere to all government standards Experience/training: • Red Seal Chef and/or minimum one year technical training in food preparation • 3+ years’ experience in food preparation in the Hospitality or Health Care industry • Food Handler’s certifi cate • 2 years’ experience in a supervisor role • Excellent planning, organizational and communication skills • Experience cooking for large groups of people (over 80+) • Excellent understanding of customer service • Strong computer skills • Prior experience supervising employees and working with special diets would be an asset. Competitive wages, benefits and great working environment! Please apply on or before August 23, to: Andrea Miller, Administrator Sunrise Village Camrose Fax: 780-672-2985 Drop off at: 6821-50 Ave., Camrose, AB

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SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS – 2011-2012 BATTLE RIVER SCHOOL DIVISION #31 invites applications from qualified candidates for the 2011-2012 School Year. Applicants must have a valid Alberta Teaching Certificate. Those teachers who have previously served as Substitute Teachers in Battle River School Division #31 need only complete an application form for the 2011-2012 School Year. First time Substitute applicants in the Battle River jurisdiction are required to submit, in addition to the application form, the following information: • Resume, transcripts and reference letters (PDF copy) • Results of a Criminal Record Search (PDF copy) available at any police detachment • Results of an Intervention Record Check (PDF copy) available at any Child and Family Services office. This document may be submitted after your application for subbing has been approved. • Valid Alberta Teaching Certificate (PDF copy) Only those applicants who comply with the above request will be considered. The Substitute Teacher Application Form is found on the Battle River School Division website ( under employment opportunities. Applications will be accepted by email only. Please complete all required documents and submit in PDF form to: (subject marked as “substitute application”) Those teachers who wish to be included on the 2011-2012 Substitute Teacher List, which will be distributed to schools just prior to school opening, must apply before August 23, 2011; however, applications will continue to be accepted during the school year.

Bayou Perma-Pipe Canada, Ltd., a joint venture between The Bayou Companies, Inc. (Bayou) and Perma-Pipe, Inc. is a pipe coating and insulation facility located in Camrose, Alberta. We are currently searching for full-time:

GENERAL LABOURERS We are looking for reliable, dependable, physically fi t individuals who are willing to work as part of a team. This position is ideally suited for anyone looking for a stable, positive work environment. Individuals must be willing and able to work shift work, and nights. We offer competitive wages, RRSP and benefi t package. Please submit your resume to: BPPC Ltd. 5233-39 Street, Camrose, AB T4V 4R5 Fax: 1-877-208-9942 Email:

BISTRO COOK WANTED The Bailey Theatre is seeking a part-time cook for the soon-to-open Bailey Bistro. The ability to prepare wholesome soups and baked goods is required. Please drop off a resume at the Bailey Theatre or email to:

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We are looking for cooks who want more than summer employment. This is an opportunity to work in a fast-paced, friendly environment. If you are outgoing, conscientious and ready to move forward in the food service industry, we want to hear from you. Lesa eagerly awaits your application and resumé.

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County roads upgraded despite summer wet weather

By Murray Green The Camrose County public works department continues to maintain the roads as best they can after a winter of heavy snowfall and a wet spring and summer. Public works manager Graham Backus reported to council that grader operators are still battling continuing rain, which is making for tough roads and flooding issues. "When weather has allowed, construction has been proceeding. Lots of rain in July has continued to slow the projects," said Graham. Councillors have fielded a number of calls about fixing some of the roads. "We have hundreds of soft spots that we have been fixing when possible," said Graham. "Trucks with dual wheels really cut into the roads. I can't force the oil companies to fix the roads because they are within the amount of traffic allowed." Reeve Don Gregorwich added, "If we lower the usage any more, then it affects the agricultural industry." It was suggested by councillor Trevor Miller that a data base be compiled so that some of them could be fixed with future budget considerations. Reeve Don added that fixing a portion of the road is still cheaper than rebuilding the entire road. On July 20, it was noticed that the Kingman Lagoon storage cell had lowered significantly. "Upon inspection it was discovered that the release valve was left open. The valve was immediately closed, which stopped the unauthorized release. A report to Alberta Environment was made for the unauthorized release as per the Code of Practice. We have not heard back from Alberta Environment regarding our report." Graham is investigating the Ervick Water Agreement with Bittern Lake. "There is a farm along the line that is hooked up to the water, which is located prior to the Ervick meter building. It appears that Bittern Lake has been paying for the water consumption of this farm, while we have been collecting the invoices and not forwarding on any payment to Bittern Lake," county administrator Steve Gerlitz said. "Once all the details and volumes are determined, a recommendation to administration and council will be brought forward." No date from Border Paving was received regarding the paving of trails and parking at the Camrose County Nature Conservation Area and the paving at Round Hill.

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City looks for advisory committee members By Dan Jensen

What drives you? That's the question the City of Camrose is asking as it looks for members of the new Community Transportation Committee. "It is vital to have input from the community when addressing the issue of community transportation," said City councillor Brandon Blatz, who has already been appointed to the committee along with councillor Earle Berry. The committee's mandate will be to identify specific affordable transportation needs, explore possible models and or strategies and initiatives that would be conducive to providing accessible, reliable and affordable community transportation services, devise an incremental service model for community transportation that begins by addressing the acute, affordable mobility needs of residents, and present a recommendation to City council not later than June 30, 2012. "We want to put a framework in place and start by focusing on serving those who are in the greatest need," said councillor Blatz. "We can then build on that based on the need, demand and use of the service. If we can have a successful start and a smaller start, we can build the service into something that is bigger." One of the things at which the committee will be taking a close look is whether it would be more financially prudent to have a public system in which the City pays for operations and capital equipment, or one that is privately operated. As it stands now, either would be better than the current limited system of Handivan and taxis, where some seniors who are on limited incomes wind up paying $20 or more for a trip to the doctor and blood work. That is not, according to Blatz, an acceptable option, considering the City of Camrose mission statement is to provide exceptional quality of life for all residents. "We want to come up with a made in Camrose sort of service model," said Blatz. "We have a lot of resources to draw on that have already been created so we don't need to hire any consultants." Along with two members of City council, the committee will be comprised of up to three members representing or acting on behalf of local social or special interest groups, and up to four members of the public at large. "Having four members of the public will give us a diverse range of opinion and viewpoint," said Blatz. "If we had representation from only community organizations the results would be the same as they always seem to be." Anyone wishing to serve on the committee must be 18 years of age or older and a Camrosian. "You don't need a degree or years of experience to sit on any City of Camrose committee," said Blatz. "If it is something that interests you, something that you find intriguing or something you think you can contribute to, you are qualified. Those are the kind of people we really need to hear from, and I am hoping we can get a nice diverse group of members." To obtain an application form, visit or contact City Hall at 780-672-4426.


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It’s nice when you discover the job is as good as the coffee Quality Training Incentive Programs Benefits or Bonus Program HIRING 6 FOOD COUNTER ATTENDANTS 1256146 Alberta Ltd., o/a Tim Hortons 3601-48 Ave., Camrose, AB Full-time / shift work – no experience necessary $11.00 per hour plus benefits

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make the difference Full-time Care Supervisor

For Sunrise Village Designated Assisted Living (SL4) in Camrose At Sunrise Village, we provide high quality support services to seniors in a non-institutional setting. We expect top-notch customer service from our team members emphasizing comfort, elegance, privacy, and dignity to our residents. As a member of the management team, you will play a very important role in creating and establishing an atmosphere of respect, wellness and happiness in our 141-suite residence, containing both private retirement suites and SL4 suites. Sunrise is currently seeking a Care Supervisor, Registered Nurse (Active CARNA registration, BN preferred) OR Licensed Practical Nurse (Active CLPNA registration). The Care Supervisor will coordinate and supervise all aspects of resident care and staffing, working closely with Home Care and within all relevant legislation. Staff education, mentoring, and ensuring all LPNs and HCA staff are empowered to work to full scope of practice are also key responsibilities. The position involves working closely with residents, families, external stakeholders and the Administrator of Sunrise Village. If you are a natural “coach”, highly organized, have high standards for professionalism, and can build truly caring relationships with people, we invite you to apply. The Care Supervisor must possess the ability to work under pressure, be able to handle change well, have proactive thinking skills, good to excellent computer skills and have decisive decision-making abilities. Wages commensurate with experience. Company benefi t plan available. Closing date for applications is August 23, 2011. Please apply directly to: Sandra Huseby Sunrise Village Camrose

Engineering Technologist (Mechanical or Design and Drafting) This position will be responsible for drawing updates with the use of 3D CAD, compiling BOMs, assisting with product enhancements/developments and CNC plasma programming. This position will also develop into providing technical support for both manufactured and sourced products. WE CAN OFFER YOU: • Stable Employment • Excellent Benefits Package Mail, fax or email your resume to: Supreme International Limited P.O. Box 6450, 6010-47 Street Wetaskiwin, Alberta T9A 2G2 Attn: C. Brooks Fax: 780-352-6597 Email: For more information visit

Meat Processing Facility in Camrose is looking for a full-time BUTCHER and a BUTCHER’S ASSISTANT who will make positive contributions to our company.

Blair Nelson Enterprises is looking for experienced:

• Excavator Op erators • Pipeline L abourers • Pipefitter (with or without truck) • Fleet M echanic The following qualifications are required: • Valid Driver’s License • Valid Oilfield Certificates Please apply by (no phone calls): Fax: 780-648-2103 or email:

Responsibilities: Debone carcasses; cut, trim and prepare standard cuts of meat; grind and slice meats using commercial power equipment; clean processing areas and equipment; possess professional approach to health and hygiene practices. Requirements: A minimum of one year on-the-job experience or degree in retail meat cutting; able to work in moderate to cold temperatures; must be physically fi t to cope with lifting and long periods of standing; willing to learn and participate in other duties in the plant; any other training or experience an asset; experience with HACPP based systems an asset; team worker. In return, we provide fair wages (starting at $17.00 per hour for the butcher and $14.00 per hour for the assistant, a health plan and staff pricing on our organic meats. Please apply with resume to or fax 780-672-6501.

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KUDU Industries Inc. is a world leader in the technological advancement and manufacturer of progressing cavity pumping systems for the oil and gas industry. KUDU is currently looking to fill the role of Field Store Manager for our Sedgewick, Alberta location. This position will report to the Field Operations Manager. Key Responsibilities: • Oversee daily operations of branch ensuring efficient use of company resources and personnel. • Provide direction regarding field store functions including inside sales, customer relations, inventory, customer property, general administration, and other branch functions. • Monitor branch financial operations related to sales forecasts, budgets, operating expenses, and capital expenditures. • Standardize best operations practices in Sedgewick with an emphasis on safety, lean, customer loyalty, and employee loyalty principals. • Ensure field store operations are in compliance with KUDU’s health and safety procedures and that safe work practices are reinforced. • Develop and implement procedures for the Sedgewick field store in conjunction with the Lean Team and QHSE. • Ensure positive customer relations by meeting customer expectations, addressing customer concerns, by making direct contact with customers as time permits. • Apply effective people management practices with respect to recruitment and selection, progressive discipline, promotion and advancement, training and development, performance reviews, compensations and general employee relations that result in developing and enhancing employee loyalty. • Identify, prioritize and drive new product and service opportunities, developments, and innovations within Sedgewick. Education/Qualifications • Minimum of 5 years’ direct PCP experience; supervisory or management experience is required. • Minimum of 5 years related technical or sales experience in the oil and gas industry. • Strong background in progressing cavity pump systems as well as drilling and production operations would be considered important assets. • Engineering degree would be an asset. • CFER or LEAN training would be an asset. • Clean driver’s abstract. Desired Skills • Strong leadership and interpersonal skills. • Experience with inventory management is an asset. • Knowledge of the Sedgewick market is an asset. • Professional and solid communication and customer service skills. KUDU offers a competitive compensation package and career growth opportunities. If you want to be a part of a growing and dynamic company, interested candidates should send their resume and cover letter to careers@ by August 19, 2011. KUDU Industries is an equal opportunity employer. Only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

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DEATHS Mary Charpentier, of Cam-

rose, on August 10, at 89 years of age. Lauretta Falkeid, of Camrose, on August 12, at 89 years of age. Bernice Anderson, of Camrose, on August 12, at 85 years of age.

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In memory of

Fred Kuefler May 21, 1923 – August 17, 2010 As life unfolds another year Treasured memories keep you near We think of you in silence We often speak your name But all we have are memories And the pictures in a frame. Our hearts still ache with sadness Our silent tears still flow For what it meant to lose you No one will ever know. So may the winds of love blow gently And whisper so that you can hear How much we love and miss you And wish that you were here. Love from Adeline, Gerald and Karen and family, Larry and Sharon and family, Noreen and Hunter and family, Betty and Steve and family, Iva and Bryan and Family, Grant and Elaine and family, Peggy and Loren and family

In loving memory of

Mary Margaret Helen Charpentier Mary Margaret Helen Williams was born on February 28, 1922, in England to Walter and Maude Williams. She married the love of her life Vernon Charpentier. Mary passed away on August 10, 2011, in Camrose at the age of 89 years. Mary will be lovingly remembered by her children Jim (Marilyn) of Ryley, Dianne (Dennis) Hartman of Bawlf, Star (Gary) Vornbrock of Camrose, Cindy Charpentier of Camrose, and Roxanne (Al) Stanton of Camrose; 21 grandchildren; numerous great-grandchildren; and one great-greatgrandchild. Mary was predeceased by her husband Vern; two sons Brian and Joe; one greatgrandson; one great-granddaughter; as well as numerous brothers and sisters. Mary was deeply devoted to her family. Returning to Camrose gave her the opportunity to travel with family and to take up many new hobbies, however, music remained her greatest passion. Even after moving into Bethany, she never lost her love for life. She made many new friends at Bethany and she often said that the staff spoiled her. Her passing has left an empty void, but her strength and memory will live on in the hearts of her loved ones. Funeral services were held on Monday, August 15, 2011, at 1:00 p.m. from Burgar Memorial Chapel with Rev. Norm Lentz officiating. Interment followed in Valleyview Cemetery, Camrose. If friends so desire, memorial contributions may be made in memory of Mary to the charity of your choice. To send condolences please visit

Ron McVee September 23, 1921 – August 24, 2010 Remember him with a smile today He was not one for tears Reflect instead on memories Of all the happy years Recall to mind the way he spoke And all the things he said His strength, his stance, the way he walked Remember these instead The good advice he’d give us His eyes that shone with laughter So much of him will never die But live on ever after As we loved you, so we miss you In our memory you are near Loved, remembered, longed for always Bringing many a silent tear – Joyce; Karen (Bob) Davis; Lori (Warren), Jen and families, and Kara, Ashley and Megan; Paul (Bev) McNutt, Shawn, Kayla, Darren, Brittenay and Bradley

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Leonard “Larry” Erick Larry was born on May 25, 1945, to Katherine and Casper Erick in Weyburn, Saskatchewan. He left home at an early age and worked various jobs until he found his niche in the coiled tubing industry. His strong work ethic made him a pioneer in this field and also provided well for his family. Larry and Lois were married in 1972 and made their home in Alberta. Many years were spent in Medicine Hat and, in 1998, they moved to Camrose where he spent the remainder of his life. His greatest pastimes were camping, boating, his woodshop and being the boss of the remote. Larry always thought his greatest achievement was his family. There was not a prouder father or grandfather to be had in the hockey rink, dance studio, or school gym when “his kids” were there. He will always be remembered by family and friends as the one to go to in a time of need. Larry had broad shoulders and a big heart, and they were used by us all. Sadly on August 7, 2011, his loving heart grew too big for his chest. Larry was predeceased by his parents Casper and Katherine Erick; four siblings; many in-laws, nephews, nieces and friends. He leaves to mourn his doting wife Lois; two daughters Lonnie (Jon) Naylor, and Kathy (Randy) Teel; two sons Brad (Petria) Erick, and Shawn (Carol) Erick; four brothers; five sisters; 10 grandchildren; and many in-laws, nephews, nieces, and friends. Funeral services were held on Friday, August 12, 2011, at 2:00 p.m. from Messiah Lutheran Church with Father Jacques Vaillancourt officiating. Interment followed in Valleyview Cemetery, Camrose. Memorial contributions are gratefully accepted to The Heart & Stroke Foundation or the charity of one’s choice. To send condolences, please visit

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Lauretta May Falkeid It is with great sadness that we announce the loss of a wonderful mother, cherished grandmother, and respected family and community member, on Friday, August 12, 2011, with the passing of Lauretta M. Falkeid. Lauretta Mae Falkeid was born on February 3, 1922, at Medicine Hat, Alberta. She was the third child of Raymond and Clara (Lockrem) Brager who resided on a farm east of Camrose, Alberta, in the Parkland District. Lauretta attended the rural Hartland School and later Camrose Lutheran College. After having worked at several stores in Camrose, she married Odin J. Falkeid on December 27, 1950, at Parkland Lutheran Church. They resided on the family farm in the Allied District north of Bawlf, Alberta. The farm was a source of pride and joy for both of them and they raised three children there: Neil, Beverly and Sandra. Lauretta was an active member of the Bawlf Lutheran Church and the Ladies’ Aid Association during her years on the farm. As a couple, Lauretta and Odin also enjoyed traveling and camping, along with participating in several escorted bus tours through much of Canada and the USA. During retirement from farming, Lauretta organized and helped with family reunions for both the Lockrem and Brager families which still continue. She was a talented seamstress and enjoyed handicrafts of all types, along with baking family favorites. In 1992, due to Odin’s illness, they moved to Camrose, but maintained contact with the Bawlf area and the farm. Lauretta was predeceased by Odin in 1994; her parents Clara in 1972 and Raymond in 1992; her brother Ronald Brager; sistersin-law Edith (Falkeid) Bronson and Helen (McNabb) Brager; and brother-in-law Harold Bronson. She is survived by her family, Neil (Suzanne) of Calgary, Beverly of Calgary and Sandra (Dave) Domes of Camrose. Much of her retirement years, both in Camrose and on the farm, centered on her five grandchildren who were sources of happiness and pride for her – Brooke (Ryan) Bachmeier; Kyle, Craig and Shyla Domes; and Ryan Curry. She is also survived by one sister Muriel (Conrad) Gunderson of Camrose; and one brother, Harley Brager of Red Deer. Lauretta also leaves to mourn several nieces and nephews, as well as numerous cousins, both in Canada and the USA. Funeral services will be held at Bawlf Lutheran Church on Thursday, August 18, 2011, at 1:30 p.m. with Rev. Bill Harder officiating. Interment will follow in Bawlf Lutheran Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations in Lauretta’s memory may be made to Parkland Church Preservation Society, or to the charity of one’s choice. To send condolences, please visit

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Pat spent her entire life serving God, her family, her friends and society, in one form or another. Born to the Rev. S. E. McKegney and his wife Ellen in Clinton, Ontario, she grew up and matured in a time of great social change. They moved often, following the needs of her father’s ministry – first, southern Ontario, then England, Ulster and finally Southern Ireland. The family included an older sister, Mary Kathleen (Molly) and a younger brother, Bill. Pat spent the war years working at Oxford University with Dr. Howard Florey, developing penicillin as an antibiotic. Although living in England during World War II was trying, she carried on a courtship with a young man she had met in Ireland, Edward Peard. In April of 1947, they married. Shortly after their wedding, they immigrated to Canada, first living in Ontario, and then when Ted joined the RCAF in 1951, they moved to Montreal. Here they adopted Douglas in 1955, and Patrick in 1958. Job postings took them to Europe in 1959, Newfoundland in 1963, and finally to Alberta in 1966. A lot of time was spent touring around the countryside, exploring castles, parks and just enjoying the local culture. Mom greeted middle age with grace in Alberta. Here was almost everything she loved – her family, her career with the Girl Guides, and the striking mountain scenery. A major challenge came in 1983, when Ted was diagnosed with incurable lung cancer. Through two years of chemotherapy, she watched him struggle and eventually succumb to his illness in 1985. In 1989, she found new love and married Alex Halbert. Although they led a peaceful and happy life in Ferintosh, they did several international trips and a lot of touring in Western Canada. Last January, she and Alex celebrated 22 wonderful years of married life together. Funeral services were held on Monday, August 15, 2011, at 2:00 p.m. from St. Andrew’s Anglican Chuch with Father Jacques Vaillancourt officiating. Interment followed in Highland Park Cemetery. To send condolences, please visit

It is with heartfelt sadness that we announce that Daryl passed away on August 5, 2011, at Pigeon Lake, at the age of 58. A loving and devoted husband, father, and grandfather, he leaves to cherish his memory his best friend and wife of 37 years, Ruth; daughters Erin Smith (Chad) of Revelstoke and Stacy Lofgren (Shawn) of Camrose; his granddaughters Evan and Ember, Hannah and Kara; his mother Kathleen; brother Doug (Judy); sister Donna Currie (Kevin); as well as numerous relatives and friends. Daryl was predeceased by his son Steven, his father Roy, and his brother Clifford. Daryl loved the outdoors and took every opportunity for adventure, living out the saying, “Life is a journey, not a destination.” As a family, they made many special memories: camping, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, skiing, traveling and being at the lake, which was their favourite place. He was a great cook and host, and there was always room for whoever showed up! Daryl loved sailing and he also found peace in his yearly solo trips to the mountains. Daryl was involved in the Camrose Ski Club for many years and was one of the founders of Biathlon Alberta. Biathlon continued to be a major part of his life as his kids began competing and his role changed from organizer to coach for the next several years. His greatest treasures were his four beautiful granddaughters who were the sunshine of his life. They brought him so much joy and laughter! Daryl was easy-going and spontaneous, kind and compassionate, positive and patient, strong and wise – a man of his word. He spent his last summer at the cabin watching his little girls enjoy the place he loved so much. He will be dearly missed, but we are comforted to know he is reunited with Stevie. We thank Bev Swanson at Messiah and Rev. David Eriksson for walking with us through this journey with such love and sensitivity. Also thanks to Dr. Fenton at the Cross, Dr. Hilderman and Dr. Slabbert, and the kindnesses shown to us by Camrose Home Care, Pharmasave, Weber Funeral Home, and all those who visited, babysat, called, brought food, flowers, cards, and so many other expressions of support. Words cannot express how touched we are. It is so deeply appreciated. If friends so desire, memorial contributions are gratefully accepted to the Daryl Phillips Biathlon Scholarship at U of A, Augustana Campus.

Betty Lou was born on December 3, 1941, at High River Hospital. She was the fourth child of Mary and Richard Brockway. Betty was raised on a farm 1-1/2 miles south of Cayley. She took all of her schooling in Cayley. She went to nurses’ training at the Holy Cross Hospital in Calgary in 1960, and graduated in 1963. She came to St. Mary’s Hospital right after her training and worked there until she retired in 1993. Many of her longest and dearest friends are staff she worked with there. After retirement, she found her next love, spoiling her grandchildren – sending them off to school, doing crafts, baking and having tea parties. She filled the rest of her time quilting and gardening. She is survived by her loving husband of 47 years, Bernie; two sons Darren (Theresa) and Rich ( Denise); three grandchildren Melissa, Ryan and Ally; and one sister Marie (Barry) Barkley. She was predeceased by her parents, her brother Irvin, and infant brother Calvin. She passed away peacefully on August 7, 2011, surrounded by her family after a courageous journey. She will be dearly missed. Funeral services were held on Thursday, August 11, 2011, at 1:00 p.m. from Camrose United Church with Rev. Brian Hunter officiating. Cremation has taken place. Memorial contributions are gratefully accepted to the Alberta Lung Association, The Arthritis Society, or the charity of one’s choice. To send condolences, please visit

Camrose and Daysland was in care of the arrangements Phone 780-672-2121 “Serving your community since 1906”

Camrose and Daysland was in care of the arrangements Phone 780-672-2121 “Serving your community since 1906”

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