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Vol. LXI, No. 45

48 Pages

October 1, 2013

Always better – always better read

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Jeff Knopf from Camrose Fire Department coaches Bonnie Wen on how to safely and effectively extinguish a fire in a cooking utensil.

Inside Special Occasions Page 9

Cooking is the number one cause of residential fires in Alberta (and indeed, country-wide). As the community embarks on Fire Prevention Week, The Camrose Fire Department desperately wants you to

Fall Fashion Pages 10 and 11 Obituaries Pages 16 and 17 On-the-Road and Auto Classifieds Pages 3, 19 and 21

Watch What You Heat!

Entertainment and Dining Pages 22 to 27 Election 2013 Pages 29 to 37 Classifieds Pages 39 to 46

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News Features

REAL ESTATE LISTINGS, See…

Central Agencies celebrates 50th Anniversary. . . . . . . . . . . .

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Conference at Augustana will foster dialogue around spiritual connection to land and space. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Berdie Fowler, co-founder of The Camrose Booster, passes away at the age of 93 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Council receives an update on The Bailey Theatre. . . . . . . .

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VERY NICELY KEPT ACREAGE... just 20 minutes east of Camrose in quiet area and only 1 mile off pavement. This 1791 sq. ft. home has been renovated throughout and features 4-bedrooms and 3-baths. Lots of buildings including double garage, shop, barn, machine shop, etc. plus new septic field system in 2010. Call Rick for viewing. Priced at $329,000 (A430)

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JUST LISTED... This could be a good revenue property with some renovations out and in. Situated in quiet area close to Sparling and St. Patrick schools. This home has 2-bdrms 1-4pc. bath plus newer deck and on large lot. Shingles are only a few years old as well. Asking only $99,000 Call Rick for details. (R1436)

JUST LISTED... Spectacular acreage nestled amongst mature trees provides for a very quiet setting even though this 2900 sq.ft. bungalow is only seconds away from downtown Forestburg. Solid wood doors and cabinetry along with cedar accent the interior of this home. Entertaining guests comes with ease in the sunken living room complete with a fireplace, mantle, wet bar and patio doors which lead onto a large deck complemented with brick work and fire pit. For a more formal occasion, there is a sunken family room adjacent to the dining area. Each of the 4 bedrooms has a walk-in closet and the spacious master bedroom has garden doors that open onto a well groomed yard. Renos just completed to each bathroom. The pride in ownership is obvious in this well maintained property. Asking $497,000. Call Deanna for details. (A434)

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Central Agencies celebrates 50th anniversary Central Agencies marked fifty years of business in Camrose Sept. 27 by hosting a noon lunch. "It is a way of showing our appreciation to a supportive public, our clients and the community in general," said Central Agencies owner Norm Mayer. "We are very grateful for the support we have received over the years." The official date of the 50th anniversary is today (Oct. 1). Norm and Betty Mayer came to Camrose as newlyweds in 1958 when Norm accepted a job at a local insurance agency. A year later they moved on to Calgary, where sons Bruce and James were born before the family of four returned to Camrose in 1963. Six months later, Central Agencies was born. The new insurance business began in the dining room of the Mayers' home with the agency phone on the kitchen counter. Norm was the sole agent and Betty managed the "office", creating files and keeping things organized while also supervising the two toddlers. Eventually, Central Agencies found a home of its own on 49 Street and, after a couple of moves, settled

Valerie, James, Betty and Norm Mayer at the luncheon in the Central Agencies parking lot Sept. 27.

into a brand new three-storey brick building in 1976. The Mayers have always been very active in the community. Norm was a member of the Lions Club, the Chamber of Commerce and helped with the Cubs/Boy Scouts. Betty, said Norm, made it her priority to ensure things ran smoothly behind the scenes so he could continue that community role. She worked in the business and oversaw their household, which for 16

years included Norm's father, Matyes, in addition to the couple's two sons. But she was usually at Norm's side for public events, and fully encouraged his public role. Norm played an instrumental role in the formation of The Battle River Community Foundation. "I could really see the value of having a vehicle for ensuring there was continuity in funding for some of

the community's important organizations," he said. Norm and Betty are strong financial contributors to many causes, including the performing arts centre, to which they made a generous contribution. As a way to commemorate 50 years in business the Mayer families made a sizeable donation to Camrose Special Olympics. "It's like that old saying," Norm explains. "We can't cure all the problems of the

world but we can help someone. So we do." The busy day of celebration concluded Friday evening with a dinner for employees past and present. Many former employees travelled significant distances to attend. Among the guests was Ron Larson, Norm's very first insurance associate, who now lives in Vernon, B.C. Ron was with Central Agencies for 26 years.

Council directs administration to look at traffic calming By Dan Jensen

City council has directed administration to look at traffic calming initiatives and their associated costs for 43 Avenue west of Kin Park and 47 Avenue in front of the Gardner Kids' Campus day care centre. "We clearly have people in those areas who have identified a need, so lets look at what those options are and any associated that you (administration) bring forward for consideration in the 2014 budget," said Camrose mayor Marshall Chalmers at council's Sept. 16 regular meeting. "I think there is a viable solution." Speed reduction

City assistant municipal engineer, infrastructure and planning, Jeremy Enarson, submitted a report to council stating that administration would not recommend making changes to the City's updated policy for the installation of pedestrian safety devices (PED-1 policy). "Specifically administration would advise council to not consider changes to the policy which would treat these specific locations (43 Avenue or 47 Avenue) as special cases," said Enarson. "Administration believes that there are other options that council could consider to address some of the specific concerns that were raised by both groups of concerned parties without creating a special cases or one-off situa-

tions which would likely lead to further requests to council by other concerned groups to create similar special cases for their specific play areas or schools of concern." Enarson said the physical geography of 43 Avenue and the lack of residents on the east side of the road are contributing factors toward some of the safety concerns that residents in that area have raised. "The roadway cross-section for 43 Avenue is slightly wider than what is typically seen for a local roadway. For this reason, 43 Avenue by its design and function acts more like a minor collector roadway than a local roadway. As well, due to the lack of residential properties on the east side of the roadway, where Kin Park is located, parking along the roadway is generally much lower than what is seen on a typical local roadway. For these reasons, a driver will tend to naturally travel at a slightly higher speed, even as they stay under the posted speed limit. On the other hand, for many local roadways within the City which have a tighter geometry and which typically see parked vehicles on both sides of the roadway, drivers tend to travel at lower speeds." Enarson said while addition of chicanes or bulb extensions at intersections or main pedestrian crossing locations would help calm 43 Avenue traffic, they often can be expensive and difficult to implement.

"Before administration would recommend any capital improvements be undertaken for this area, administration would recommend a more detailed review of the location to determine the most appropriate upgrades that might be recommended to council so that the costs and benefits can be more fully understood. "Additionally, traffic calming measures will likely result in additional operational or maintenance issues for City crews; these would also need to be taken into consideration before any decisions are made by council regarding the installation of traffic calming measures." Enarson said a reduction of the normal speed limit along 47 Avenue near the Gardner Kids' Campus while leaving the speed limits for adjacent roadways unchanged would not be recommended by administration as it may lead to driver confusion as well as a false sense of security to facility users. Enarson noted the developer of the Kids' Campus property was to secure at least 15 off-street parking stalls within a distance of 150 metres of the proposed development, as well as prepare a parking plan indicating how parking would be accommodated on all affected properties. "Upon review of the City's files, administration was unable to determine whether a parking plan was submit-

ted to the City, or if caveats were registered on the appropriate titles. Administration does anticipate that many of the safety concerns associated with the loading and unloading of facility users would be addressed if the facility users would make use of the designated offstreet parking stalls." Easy road access

Councillor Gerry Galenza noted that one of the problems in the 43 Avenue area are pathways or trails that spill directly onto the road. "What they have done is they have put concrete (for the handicapped) right out to the road, so it is encouraging people with their bikes and everything else to just go barrelling down and across. That is a concern, particularly at the two west sections." Galenza also expressed concern about the lack of signage on 43 Avenue. "There is no signage as far as speed limits and there is no signage as far as a crosswalk." Galenza suggested one solution for 47 Avenue may be to remove the treed boulevard in front of the day care and make a designated drop off zone. "I went by today, there was a dad and three little kids getting out on 47 Avenue. Of course they don't get out on the inside, they get out on the outside, and there is traffic through. At that point it is fairly narrow. I don't know,

maybe they themselves have to contribute to some local improvement of having a drop off zone if they can't provide the off street parking." Councillor John Howard suggested that if the City puts up chicanes or cattle gates at the entrance to Kin Park it could be creating a problem for the mobility impaired. "That is why you have concrete out to the road, because some council passed that we have to be more mobility accessible. We solved that problem and created another one." Howard said council may have to have a conversation with Kids' Campus if it is not providing the 17 off street parking stalls that are required. "Maybe we give up a piece of the boulevard and ask them to help with the local improvement to make a drop off possible. I drive past there almost every day and I am scared to death every time I do because for one thing it is not 11 metres wide. It is narrow, and when there are cars parked on both sides, cars can't get through there. One can but if both cars have opened their doors I can't get my car through that opening. It looks to me as if it is a case where maybe the City hasn't done everything we can do but then neither has the day care centre seemingly conformed with their development permit." Continued on page 15


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Camrose and District Kiwanis Club announces TOP COP award Do you know a member of the Camrose Police Service who exemplifies community service? Everyone in Camrose is justly proud of the work that our police service does and the service that they provide to the community. Many of the members also are actively involved in the community outside of their duties as police officers and the Kiwanis club feels that it is time that they were recognized for this commitment to making our community a better place to live and work. Modelled after similar Kiwanis programs that recognize the police services in Edmonton and Winnipeg, the local Kiwanis club will recognize the TOP COP in this program at a banquet at the end of February each year. Residents of Camrose (and the police service itself) are invited to nominate a member of the Service for this prestigious award. The criteria used to select the recipient include: An active duty Camrose police officer with volunteer dedication and commitment outside their role and duty as an officer. Current volunteer involvement with several years of commitment-unusual complexity of service and contribution to the community having a significant impact on many individuals. If you would like to nominate someone for this award please pick up the nomination papers from the UPS store (6010-48 Avenue), or contact club members Dirk Bannister (780-672-1417) or Weston Voytechek (780-672-8199) and copies will be e-mailed to you. More information on the program can also be obtained by contacting either of these two Kiwanis members. The deadline for nominations is Dec. 16, and the award will be announced and presented on Feb. 22, 2014. Nominations can be faxed to Camrose and District Kiwanis TOP COP Award at 780-672-8369 or mailed to the Kiwanis club at 6010-48 Avenue, Camrose, T4V OK3.

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A special Thank You to this year’s FINEST: • Cst. Matthew Wilton, CPS • Lieutenant Jeff Knopf, CFD • CST. James Jones • Camrose RCMP • and Sheriff Kevin Swansburg, AB SHERIFFS, who spent 30 hours on Walmart’s roof raising funds and awareness for Special Olympics! LETR, CAMROSE CITY POLICE and SPECIAL OLYMPICS CAMROSE would sincerely like to THANK Camrose and community for their fantastic support during our first ‘FREE OUR FINEST’ event! Over $15,000 was raised for Special Olympics.


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JUST LISTED... Excellent 1452 sq.ft. bi-level home at LD O S the Creekview subdivision in D beautiful Camrose! Well built, L SO spacious and attractively D finished. This is a great plan L O S for the family home with 5 bedrooms and 3 full baths, open concept kitchen with island and breakfast bar, walk-in pantry, comfortable dining and living area with soaring vaulted ceiling, cozy gas fireplace, big bright windows and illuminated display niches! There is flowing hardwood on the main level that carries up into the master bedroom with full ensuite and walk-in closet. Exceptionally well kept, the home has recently been professionally painted, includes a package of 6 appliances, and shows very well. The basement fully finished allows for the additional 2 nice bedrooms, 4-pc. bath, and flexible living and games area for family enjoyment. Outside the fenced backyard, raised deck and landscaped yard. Park/playground close by. The impressive lifestyle here will strike a chord with you. Listed at $348,500. Call Trevor! (IT125)

NEWLY CONSTRUCTED IN CASCADES! Bi-level located in Cascades. Nicely done 1416 sq/ ft. 3 bedroom, 2 bath with double garage and a pie shaped lot. Hardwood in living area, with gas fireplace, nice kitchen with island and 4 appliances included. Master bedroom is up a level at the back of the home with walk-in closet and very nice ensuite with corner tub and separate shower. Heading downstairs, the unfinished basement with bright windows ready to be finished to your specifications. This home has the potential to be finished to 2400 sq/ft. Outside, the topsoil will be placed but landscaping to be completed by the buyer. Close to all amenities including the Cornerstone Mall, golf course, and much more! Listed at just $309,900 Call Trevor for viewings! (IT121)

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VILLAGE LIFESTYLE WITH A COUNTRY TWIST... Charming older home in Ferintosh, with treed yard and double garage. Good value for buyer, with half acre lot, on pavement with abundant trees and garden spots, fire pit, fenced yard, hot tub, and more. This home is perfect for the buyer who has no intention for major restorations and would be best enjoyed as is with personalization and light upgrading. There is 1600+ sq/ft above grade living space, 2+1 bedroom, 1.5 bath, large country living room, dining area and nook, main floor laundry, storage areas, back entry, sunroom off the front and more. Lots of bright windows, that are newer from the 90’s, newer water heater, metal roof on home, double garage with workshop, and storage area. A great starter, or empty nester! Close to Little Beaver Lake, major centers, commutable distance to Edmonton and the airport. Listed at $159,000. Call Trevor today! (OT119) GREAT LITTLE STARTER OR BACHELOR HOME IN HAY LAKES! Many improvements made to this 1-bedroom, 1-bath home. Nicely upgraded with newer windows and doors, Ikea kitchen with island, 7 newer appliances, high efficiency furnace, on demand hot water, upgraded electrical panel, and more! Counter-top stove, built in convection oven, newer laminate flooring, light fixtures, and interior. Nice neighborhood, on a 50’ x 125’ lot with room to park an RV, plus alley access and a shed included. CLose to K-12 school, and AG Center. Village amenities are Post Office, Gas Station/Car Wash, Library, Bank, Fire Station, Senior Center, Variety Store, Liquor Store and more. Commutable distance to the Edmonton area, Leduc, Camrose, Nisku, and the International Airport. Listed at $99,900. Call Trevor for more info today! Quick Possession Available (OT120) New Price

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JUST LISTED! Beautiful Bungalow Half Duplex in a 45+ Adult Community in Camrose. Highly sought location, Parkview Ravines has easy access to walking trails and outstanding views! This comfortable Half-Duplex with 2200 sq/ft of living space is a great opportunity for retirees looking for lifestyle and ambiance as well as a friendly quiet surrounding. With 2+1 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, beautiful open concept living area with quality designer granite kitchen, SS appliances included, walk-in pantry, wrap-around island and much more. Vaulted ceiling and skylights! Spacious master bedroom, master ensuite and walk-in closet. Handy additional bedroom on the main level. Gas fireplaces up and down, the main level with hardwood floor and garden door access to the quaint yard area with nice deck, view and retractable awning. Nicely set-up downstairs in the fully finished basement with high ceiling, ample room for company, hobbies, extra large storange and spare bedroom. Central vacuum, phantom screens, garburator, water softener and loads of extras! Move in ready! Listed at $376,500. Call Trevor today! (IT126)

BUILDING LOT WITH MUCH TO OFFER!... Great neighbourhood, 50’x120’. Has municipal services, hospital and Camrose is not too far down the road. Daysland is growing with you! Listed at $32,900. Call Trevor (OT102)

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Only the name has changed! The broker/owner of RE/MAX Accord has sold his business to another thriving company in the Alberta real estate sector. Many of the agents affiliated with RE/MAX Accord have made the decision to resume their careers under the banner of the new company. I have! This will have no impact on buyers or sellers. Be assured I will continue to provide the same great service and reliability for which I have earned a very positive reputation in Camrose and area. Again, only the corporate name has changed. Call me anytime at 780-781-8973. Trevor Van Leeuwen, REALTOR®.

JUST LISTED! Well located 2-storey home in Cascades! Close to all area D L amenities including the golf course SO and shopping, this brand new 1644 D L sq.ft. home has the open main floor SO area with 2-pc. bath, the Euro design kitchen with adjoining laundry, and LD SO handy access to the garage and entry. Bonus included: a 6-piece appliance package! Upstairs the master bedroom with walk-in closet, and 4-pc. ensuite including sit-down shower, double sinks and a lovely deep tub to help you unwind. Two nice bedrooms and 4-pc. main bath complete this level. The basement is unfinished and ready for your creativity. This home has a low maintenance yard with oversized double garage. One half of the garage is extended to 33’ depth, the other is 23’ depth, allowing additional space for a variety of uses. Big double driveway. Excellent value. Listed at $304,900. Call Trevor for service. (IT124) NEWLY CONSTRUCTED IN CASCADES! Bungalow located in Cascades. Nicely done 1278 sq/ft. 2 bedroom, 2 bath with double garage. Hardwood in living area, warm kitchen with 4 appliances included and beautiful big windows in living area. Master bedroom with large ensuite, double sinks, corner soaker tub and separate shower and nice walk-in closet. Very nice sized unfinished basement ready to be finished to your specifications. This home has potential to be finished to a total of 2500 sq/ft. Close to all amenities including the Cornerstone Mall, golf course, and much more! Listed at just $314,900 Call Trevor for viewings! (IT122) PRIVATE 10 ACRE SITE WITH 2005 HOME AND SHOP... Just 20 minutes south of Camrose! Large 1520 sq.ft moduline home with addition totalling 1808 sq/ft. Very nice yard site, 1232 sq/ft shop, heated and insulated with 9’ ceiling. Just a couple kms south of Hwy 609 off Hwy 56 south of Camrose. only 1/4 mile off pavement! Listed at $287,900. Call Trevor for details. (OT118) GREAT STARTER 14 MINUTES FROM CAMROSE!... Nicely situated 1040 sq/ft modular home with 3 bedrooms and 1 bath, upgraded windows, bath updated, newer countertops, appliances included and more! Outside, the 18’x10’ deck, open yard space with this 75’x150’ lot with room for the dream garage. Excellent value at $145,900. Call Trevor today! (OT110)

AMAZING BUNGALOW HOME... On tree lined street in Camrose! Well located on a large lot with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, hardwood on main floor, vaulted ceiling, some newer windows, upgraded kitchen with appliances included. Great mid-sized starter with big back yard, oversized 32’x24’ heated garage, garden spot and much more! Mostly unfinished basement with potential for more living space. Overall great value. Close to all amenities, schools and rec center. Listed at just $239,900 Call Trevor for viewings! (IT123)

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Enjoy a great adult lifestyle in Parkview Ravines By Murray Green

Adults 45 and older can enjoy a quiet lifestyle in the beautiful Parkview Ravines area, which is close to nature, the walking trails and some awesome views. This beautiful half duplex offers 2,200 square feet of living space in an adult only neighbourhood that is ideal for a couple wanting to enjoy life at a slower pace, but still have

a friendly ambiance. Age in style with vaulted ceilings and skylights in this lovely bungalow style home. The open concept space with hardwood flooring starts with a huge modern kitchen containing a large wrap around island, granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, a walk-in pantry and plenty of cabinets for storage. There is even space

Trevor Van Leeuwen for your dining table that overlooks the front yard. You'll find a wonderful corner gas fireplace in the generous living room. It offers a great atmosphere in which to relax with friends and family. Garden doors take you to the maintenance free deck that features a retractable awning and glass panels. The master bedroom has an ensuite and a huge walkin closet. Another good-sized bedroom, or office space and a four piece bathroom complete the main floor. The fully finished basement with high ceilings has a large family room with an additional fireplace and ample room for company, lots of extra storage space and a spare bedroom for guests. The yard area is partial-

ly fenced with a semi-private deck to enjoy nature. A front attached double garage is ideal to protect your vehicles. A condo community fee takes care of the lawn and snow shovelling for you.

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Conference at Augustana will foster dialogue around spiritual connection to land and space Submitted by the Spirit of the Land team The Augustana campus of the University of Alberta will host a conference in Camrose on November 1 and 2 to foster dialogue around spiritual connection to land and place. Co-sponsored by the Chester Ronning Centre, the U of A Augustana Campus, and the Aboriginal Student Office, the conference follows its predecessor, Responsibility for the Land – Conversations on Fracking in Alberta, which was held in the fall of 2012, and orga-

nized by a group of dedicated students concerned about the political and ecological issues of hydraulic fracturing. The hope this year is to deepen the scope to include the spiritual dimensions of our ecological challenges. Alongside a host of newcomers, last year’s conference organizers will collaborate with First Nations leaders, farmers, scholars, and ecologists to create an open f loor for Albertans hoping to foster a deeper connection to land and community. Guiding the

conference is a belief in collaboration, understanding, and above all, the cultivation of relationships and community, with community including both the people and the land that supports and nourishes us. The conference will feature Sylvia McAdam, one of the founders of Idle No More, and Janice Makokis, a First Nations scholar in Alberta. We will also hear from Dr. Roger Epp, former dean of Augustana and current political science

professor at the University of Alberta, and Lorne Fitch, award winning conservation biologist. The conference will also host a panel of young and seasoned farmers including Takota Coen, Don Ruzicka, and Brenda Barritt, who will share their land ethic in practice. R ou nd t able discussions will be an important part of the conference and will encourage all participants to further the conversation and envision how we might collectively create a community land ethic.

All who are interested in the conference are welcome to join us on November 1 in the evening and all day on Saturday the 2nd, and to take part and contribute their voices to the conversation. Whether or not you are able to attend, please register or connect with us on our website (spiritoftheland.ca) which has many Augustana students, community members, and others sharing their thoughts on connection to place, community, and spirituality.


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Berdie Fowler, co-founder of The Camrose Booster, passes away at the age of 93 By Diane Hutchinson

With deep sadness, we announce the death of B.H. (Berdie) Fowler, co-founder of The Camrose Booster, on September 24, 2013, at the age of 93 years. Born to parents Lester and Lilian Anderson on July 1, 1920, Berdie was the first of what became a family of three daughters. Her sister Edna was born in 1921 and Doris arrived in 1931. Berdie and her sisters enjoyed a rural upbringing on the family farm near Bittern Lake. Their father was a registered seed grower and from both their parents the girls learned to be careful, particular, precise and hard working, with a very strong sense of ethics and morals. Berdie had fond memories of her mother reading to her and of her dad encouraging her as she did homework in the kitchen, which led to a lifelong passion for education and literacy. Even though Berdie's father had no formal education and her mother had only Grade III, education was a priority in the Anderson family. After receiving all that was available at the one-room schoolhouse near their home, Berdie, age 15, and Edna, at 13, were moved to their own little suite in Camrose to finish their education. Both ultimately graduated from Grade XII, an achievement far from the norm at the time, especially for girls. Berdie went on to complete a Business program at Camrose Lutheran College and then took the job of secretary to the school's principal, Chester Ronning. Throughout her life, Berdie greatly admired Dr. Ronning and his many contributions. Christened Bertha Helen by her parents, the nickname Berdie was bestowed upon her during her school years and stayed with her until the end of her life. While at CLC Berdie began dating the great love of her life, Wm. F. (Bill) Fowler, who was later employed in the circulation department of The Edmonton Journal. The pair were married two weeks before the bride’s 20th birthday, in June of 1940, and embarked on what turned out to be a 51-year partnership. In the years between 1940 and 1945, Bill served in the Royal Canadian Air Force. After receiving his wings, he was sent to Instructor School and for the next few years was an elementary flying instructor. He was stationed at various bases throughout Canada. Berdie travelled with him, living in rental accommodations in Regina and Trenton with first one child and then two (Bonnie and Blain). When Bill was shipped overseas to England to join Bomber

Command in 1944, Berdie and the children returned to Camrose to stay with her parents and youngest sister Doris. A son was born within a year of Bill’s return from the war, but lived only a few hours. Then daughter Beth and son Bruce arrived, creating the “perfect family” of four children – two daughters, two sons and two parents whose names all started with B. In 1952, that family established The Camrose Booster. Bill was the public face of the weekly publication, visiting other local business owners to sell advertising and promote the benefits of being part of a local paper. Berdie worked in various capacities behind the scenes, ensuring the paper was produced with accuracy and efficiency – a role she continued for over 60 years, until just a few weeks before her death. Berdie’s expectation of careful, high quality work provided the foundation for her children’s success, and allowed countless Booster employees to hone their skills and become experts in their field. Berdie herself won numerous awards for her Pen Points columns over the years, most recently in September of 2012, when a column she wrote was awarded second place in the annual Independent Free Papers of America (IFPA) competition. She was also the recipient of one of the IFPA’s most coveted awards, the Joseph M. Sklenar Editorial Award of Excellence. Those who followed

her column saw Berdie as someone who was deeply committed to her community and to making the world a better place. She believed in treating everyone with dignity and respect, developing opinions based on solid facts and presenting all sides of an issue. Her weekly column provided a thoughtful and balanced examination of many current world events or issues. In the early decades of the Booster, Berdie maintained responsibility for running a household and guiding the upbringing of the Fowler children. Over the years she also played a significant role in the development of the community in which she and her family lived. During the 1960s, Berdie assisted with the creation of the Camrose Children’s Centre, the first rural childcare facility in Alberta, in order to ensure that working mothers were able to access quality child care. She also supported and assisted the Burgess family in opening a school for mentally or physically challenged children, who at that time were not welcome in the public school system. In addition, she assisted in the creation of work experience programs for students at Camrose Composite High School and was an active member of the local health unit board. Berdie become involved in the Camrose Chamber of Commerce, joining the Board of Directors in the late 60s. By 1972 she was the group’s President – the first woman in Alberta to be appointed

to such a role and one of just two women in Canada that year. Later, she was also active in the provincial Chamber and served a term on Camrose City Council. In the mid 70s Berdie became the first woman to represent Alberta on a trade mission to Europe and was also the first woman to be appointed to the Board of the Alberta Opportunity Company, an Alberta government lending agency with a focus on supporting new businesses that could not obtain financial support from traditional sources. She was also appointed as a member of the Alberta Apprenticeship Board. Although Berdie acknowledged that some of these appointments were made because she was one of only a small number of active business women at that time, Berdie made certain, through careful research, hard work and attention to detail, that it was her skill and not her gender that kept her at the table. She served on the AOC board for 16 years. Other local organizations also benefitted from her involvement. For several years she held positions on her church council and assisted with groups to which her children belonged. In later years, Berdie was part of the Business and Professional Women’s Club, a member of the Camrose Women’s Shelter Society and also a founding member of the local Crime Stoppers board. In recognition of her dedication to the community, Berdie was the recipient of a number of awards and special acknowledgements. Berdie was honoured to be inducted into the Alberta Order of Excellence, presented with a Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal, a Canada 125 medal, an Alberta Centennial Medal and an Honourary Life Membership in the Camrose Chamber of Commerce and as well as being named (along with Bill) a “Community Builder” by the Battle River Community Foundation. In 2008 she received an Honourary Doctorate of Laws from the University of Alberta Augustana Campus. Upon Bill’s retirement from the Booster in 1975, the couple began to take holidays to destinations throughout the world and over the next decade visited Asia, Australia / New Zealand, the Bahamas, Europe, Hawaii and Phoenix. For their 50th wedding anniversary in 1990, the couple’s children and grandchildren sent them on a trip to Inuvik. Following Bill’s death in 1991, Berdie also travelled with her children to such destinations as Vienna, Tuscany, London and Honolulu. Being able to see the world was a dream

come true for her, gave her a broad perspective and helped her develop a strong sense of gratitude for all she had in life. When she had a difficult day, she often said things like, “well, it could be worse. I could live in Bangladesh” (or some other country that was facing serious issues). Not surprisingly, Berdie was a great lover of words and language. She was always grammatically correct, always well spoken and delighted in trouncing her daughters at Scrabble. Family was the centre of Berdie’s life. She always told her children and grandchildren that she felt blessed by being part of a multi-generational family, with whom she was able to spend lots of quality time. She was the matriarch of her brood for decades and attended the birthday parties, school concerts, soccer games, theatre productions and other events of four generations of descendents. She always told them she was so very lucky to have them all in her life. They felt equally blessed. No discussion of Berdie would be complete without a discussion about Bill. Because that’s what they were to each other – the piece that completed the other. Bill and Berdie were a great example of a couple who loved and respected each other, no matter what. They could disagree and were even known to vote for different parties in an election, but they never let their opinions about an issue cloud their feelings for each other. They were deeply in love and also great friends. They loved music and dancing together was one of their favorite things. On their 50th wedding anniversary, they danced the whole evening and, during Berdie’s last few days, some of their favorite dance music played in the background in her hospital room. Berdie Fowler lived a life based on service and gratitude. In a note written in the spring of 2013, she shared the following thought: “Sooner or later, I will die. I will go at peace and filled with love and gratitude for my family, friends and so many others that have enriched my life.” Throughout the Camrose area, Berdie Fowler’s presence will be missed. Last week, when a family member shared news of Berdie’s death with staff at a local business, someone replied “what will we do without the matriarch of the community?” Much as she felt enriched by those around her, the community has clearly been enriched by her many and varied contributions and she will long be remembered.


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You are cordially invited to help raise money and support for Rose Club and many other fantastic and meaningful programs offered by CAFCL at their Annual Charity Auction Saturday, October 19, 2013

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FOOT & ANKLE PAIN? Heather Kassian, Northern Alberta Foot Care Coordinator and Accredited Footmaxx Clinician, is conducting a Free Foot Clinic in Camrose. This clinic offers careful pain relief solutions for Adults & Teens. 75% of people suffer pain from foot-related problems at some point in their lives.

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Creekview residents hold Block Party Creekview hosted its third annual family barbecue and potluck on Saturday, September 14. The barbecue was attended by over 150 people. Kids loved the bike/scooter/ wagon parade, games, face painting and watching the movie Epic outside. The barbecue was organized by Mary Howard, Deanna Rahier, Heather Verbaas and Jennie Zimmel.

Getting Canada's energy resources to other markets Kevin Sorenson, M.P., Crowfoot

In our riding, many constituents know about our Conservative government’s efforts since 2006 to expand international markets for our agricultural products. In addition to agriculture, which continues to be a major industry in Alberta, natural resources and energy exports are full of potential. That’s why we have been successful cultivating new markets and enhancing existing ones. We know that we are an ‘exporting’ nation and it is challenging to increase our exports in an increasingly ‘global’ economy. Our government’s focus is on what matters to Canadians – jobs, growth and long-term prosperity. In our region of Alberta, agriculture continues to be our major industry. In Alberta, energy is our major export. In Ottawa, our government is aggressively working to enhance Canada’s position as a stable, secure and environmentally responsible energy supplier to North America and the world. Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver is responsible for developing new markets for Canada’s energy products. Recently, the Minister delivered the keynote speech at the Global Energy Summit in New York City. Minister Oliver emphasized the pivotal contribution that Canada’s diverse energy mix can make to North America’s economic prosperity, while also allowing us to make a significant contribution to global energy security and economic stability. Continued on page 15

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

A response to Mr. Hendrickson's letter of Sept. 17. While Mr. Hendrickson has some interesting comments his facts are incorrect. He implies that with the Canadian Wheat Board in place farmers had no say in how their grain was sold. There were elections every four years at which candidates expressed opinions on the discontinuance of the CWB. The majority of farmers consistently voted to stay with the single desk system because that was their choice. The Canadian Wheat Board only sold wheat for human consumption and malt barley. All other grades and grains as well as oilseeds and pulses were not under the purvey of the CWB and farmers could sell at their pleasure. So it was not that those who hated the CWB had no options. Mr. Hendrickson also mentions that I had a vote in this matter. By this comment I assume he refers to the last general election which was won by the Conservative Party, whose ideology and policy was to eliminate the CWB. Mr. Hendrickson must know that farmers make up less than ywo per cent of the

population so their impact on voting outcomes is minimal. This means that, if one holds this premise, non-farmers forced farmers to sell their grain a certain way. This is definitely not a decision made by farmers for farmers but this idea shows that Mr. Hendrickson has bought into the idea of the Conservative Party's spin doctors that they have a "mandate" and gets to the crux of this matter. In any other situation a "mandate" of 39 per cent in favour and 61 per cent opposed would be considered no mandate or a very feeble mandate, but this is the thought trotted out. To accept the interpretation of mandate as used by the Conservative Party it would mean that the last general election was about electing a four-year dictatorship and not a democratic institution. I would suggest the election gave this party the same mandate given to previous governments and that is a mandate to manage a government of the people, by the people and for the people and was not a mandate to shove their ideology down our throats. It is unfortunate that this whole wheat board issue is deemed by many to be an agricultural issue only but the main contention and problem is how this process of dissolving the CWB took place. This government took a democratically elected board and fired the directors and dissolved the Act created by a previous government and then "took" the assets bought and paid for by farmers without any compensation to this point and no suggestion that any will be forthcoming. These assets include an eight story office building in Downtown Winnipeg, about 1,500 rail

cars, a down payment on a Lake Freighter and other items. Could this happen in Canada? It has! As usual things are sometimes not as simple as they would seem but as a famous person once said, "continuous vigilance is the price of democracy." Let's insist on our right to democracy and ethical behaviour by our governments. Horst Schreiber Ohaton Election race

This municipal election of 2013 is going to be very different from other years. This year there are going to be three people going after the mayor's chair. The three candidates are, Russell Hawkins, Norm Mayer and Mike Morris. This is a great opportunity for all of us to have a say to who should be the next mayor. I do know that many people have said to me or to others that they do not vote because they have no idea about politics. Now, this could be because many people do not believe that city council has any effect on their lives. The policies that the city council decides on does have a huge effect on our lives here in this great city. I do encourage everybody to vote for a mayor. I was very sad to hear that there are five city councilors who will not be running in this election. One of the men who I am very sad to see not run is John Howard. I do understand why he will not be returning to city council. He is a very busy man. I do respect him and thank him for his dedication which he has shown to this community for the past many years. One of the things that I do appreciate about John is how open and honest that he

is. When he has the time, he is always willing to chat with anybody about whatever they have on their minds. I really do respect him a lot. I have asked his opinion on every subject from political parties to what should be done on different issues that has affected our city. He really gave me a lot of moral support when I released my first book last January. His support gave me the confidence for me to start writing my second book with a business partner/ writer. This book should be released by September 2014. I have also noticed that there are 20 candidates now seeking city council seats. Now everybody who is over eighteen years of age can cast a vote. You do not have to be an expert on politics. So, if any of you are free on Oct. 2, please look into attending the candidate forum during the Camrose Chamber of Commence business luncheon from 11.30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Please check out the candidates and decide who does represent your vision for this fine city. I am aware that not everybody is available to attend. I do have to work so to me that is a huge disappointment. I just would like to encourage everybody who can, please make an effort to be at that forum. Everybody who is of age can cast their vote. It is up to everyone of you to exercise your right to do so. I do know that I sure do plan on casting my vote on election day. I sure hope that you will too. Lorne W.P Vanderwoude, Camrose


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Kids' Campus assistant director Suzanne Dumont told council the report on the drop off and pick up has been skewed a bit in the wrong direction. "We can make accommodation for parking stalls. There is parking in the rear and there is parking across at what was Gardner College (now the Open Door), and that is where those 17 stalls were to come from. As far as what was supposed to be done with that in paper I am not sure." Dumont said that no matter where the day care directs parents to drop off their children, there are still 80 children coming through its doors Monday to Friday 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. "It is almost 100 children going through when you count the numbers that are going in the morning, going in the afternoon, coming after school. We have seen a lot of accidents right in front of the day care. We have had numerous motorists buzzing by and we have children get out into the roadway, whether or not they are leaving to a vehicle, they have just gotten away from their parent. There are at least three instances I have seen myself where children have ended up in the roadway in front of cars, which thankfully have not been speeding through. I think that just one piece that is getting missed is the fact that drivers are oblivious to the fact that there is a day care centre here, that there is a high volume of children coming and going and that there does need to be more caution. It is very quick. Everyone knows they can zip down there with no lights, and that is just what is happening. I just want to make sure that is not missed in the discussion."

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B.H. (Berdie) Fowler With deep sadness, we announce the death of B.H. (Berdie) Fowler, of Camrose, Alberta, on Tuesday, September 24, 2013, at the age of 93 years. Co-founder of The Camrose Booster, along with her husband Bill, and a lifelong champion of her community, Berdie lived a life based on service and gratitude. She worked hard for both business and not-for-profit causes that were important to her; she had high standards; and believed that if a job was worth doing, it was worth doing well. She often expressed how lucky she felt to be surrounded by the love and support of her many family and friends. In her later years, Berdie was honoured to be inducted into the Alberta Order of Excellence, presented with a Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal, a Canada 125 Medal and an Alberta Centennial Medal in recognition of her many contributions to making the world a better place. In 2008, she also received an Honourary Doctorate of Laws from the University of Alberta Augustana Campus. Berdie was predeceased by her parents, her husband, infant son Brian, son Bruce, sister Edna and brother-in-law Louis Francoeur. She is survived by four generations of descendants: three children Bonnie Hutchinson (Dick Chamney), Blain (Marlene) Fowler, Beth (Jim) Balshaw; 10 grandchildren Don (Nola) Hutchinson, Diane Hutchinson Jackson (Doug Jackson), Kirby Fowler (Sue Nelson), Andrea (Dale) Uglem, Jeff (Sandra) Fowler, Kerry Balshaw (Paul Jones), Kevin (Tricia) Balshaw, Robin Balshaw Raymaakers (Chris Raymaakers), Cassandra Fowler and Jacqueline Fowler; 20 greatgrandchildren Emma Hutchinson, Marta Hutchinson, Benjamin Ploner, Kate Ploner, Hamilton Fowler, Abby Fowler, Seanna Uglem, Megan Uglem, Kamryn Uglem, Mina Fowler, Julianna Fowler, Julian Blais, Morgan Blais, Althea Blais, Aidan Balshaw, Georgia Balshaw, Isaiah Balshaw, Ariana Raymaakers, Ellis Raymaakers, Ethan Fowler; and two great-great-grandchildren Logan Gudmundson-Ploner and Lucas Gudmundson-Ploner. Berdie’s four generations of descendants feel grateful and blessed to have shared so many quality years with their family matriarch. Funeral services for Berdie were held on Saturday, September 28, 2013 at the University of Alberta Augustana Campus, Faith and Life Centre in Camrose with Rev. Brian Hunter officiating. Memorial donations are gratefully accepted to the Battle River Community Foundation, Box 1122, Camrose, Alberta  T4V 4E7. To send condolences, please visit www.burgarfuneralhome.com.

Gordon John Peacock Gordon John Peacock was born in Youngstown, Alberta on July 8, 1917 to John and Lavina Peacock. Gordon, who was the youngest of 10 children, grew up in the Scotfield area. He attended school in Scotfield where he met his life partner, Gladys. On October 18, 1941 Gordon married Gladys Dishan. They spent the first few years of marriage in Calgary. There he trained and worked as a machinist/mechanic in Calgary until he joined the army. After serving in the army, he worked as a trucker. In 1946 Gordon and Gladys settled in Bawlf. There they raised their two daughters, Mary Lou and Lynn. Together with his brother Allen, he bought and ran Peacock Brothers Garage and Bulk Sales; as well, Gordon drove the school bus. During these years, Gordon and Allan bought a farm, where they raised cattle. Later, Gordon and Gladys worked as caretakers at the Bawlf School. In their retirement years, Gladys and Gordon moved to Camrose. Gordon was an active member of the Bawlf community, serving as town councillor, mayor, president of the curling club, and library board member. His many interests included fishing, hunting, golfing, woodworking, playing crib and reading. He loved to travel and enjoyed many camping and fishing trips throughout Alberta and British Columbia. Later, he extended his travelling adventures to many parts of the world including Europe, Australia, New Zealand, USA, Britain, and the Orkney Islands. He will be remembered for his great sense of humor, his quick wit, and his overall love for life. Gordon enjoyed spending time with his family and his many good friends. He was a devoted husband, father and grandfather. Gordon passed away on September 17, 2013. Left to cherish his memory are his daughters, Mary Lou (Bruce) Grahn and Lynn Peacock; grandchildren, Nicholas Grahn, Krista (Yi) Wey, Jeffrey Grahn; and his many caring friends. Blessed be his memory. We will miss him deeply. A memorial service was held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 21, 2013 at Weber’s Mount Pleasant Chapel in Camrose, AB. Memorial donations may be made to the Alzheimer’s Society.

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Kathleen “Kay” Charlotte Reist Kathleen “Kay” Charlotte Reist of Camrose, formerly of Daysland, passed away on Sunday, September 22, 2013 at the age of 83 years.   Kathleen Charlotte Reist (nee Cole) was born January 15, 1930 in Dodsland, Saskachewan, and was raised near Coleville Saskatchewan during the Great Depression. At 16, Kay followed her sisters Betty and Bernice to Edmonton to finish high school and to help care for her Grandma Conquest (The Red Cross Lady). She soon met Harvey Reist, a pre-med student from Wetaskiwin, and they married in 1951. Gary was born in 1952 and the new family moved to Daysland in 1955. While Harvey practiced medicine, Kay raised her family with great love, encouragement and devotion. They welcomed three more children; Ronald was born in 1956, Bradley in 1960 and Lorene in 1962.   A huge believer in education, Kay pushed and availed her children the opportunities to pursue their interests. While focusing her time on her children and their activities, Kathleen was also dedicated to volunteering in her community. She held leadership positions in the United Church Women’s Assn., CGIT, the Agricultural Society, the Hospital Auxiliary, Daysland School Board, and the Aging in Place Society. In the latter foundation, Kathleen was instrumental in the development and naming of “Providence House”.   Having been a proud and supportive mother, Kay spent her last years being an equally amazing grandmother; spoiling and doting and Layne, Miranda, Jared, Chelsey, Jenna, Addison and Sidney.  In 2001, the Reist family met in Emerald Lake to celebrate Kay and Harvey’s 50th anniversary.  While Kay was already showing signs of illness, the following few years proved to be devastating as dementia settled in. Kay fought as hard as humanly possible, but faced with a particularly fast moving form of Alzheimer’s disease, she soon required a hospital setting to meet her needs.  Kay will be lovingly remembered  by her children Gary (Marietta) of Edmonton, Ron (Veronica) of Olds, Bradley (Carolina) of Cranbrook, BC, and Lorene Reist of Toronto, ON; eight grandchildren Layne (Vicky) Cunningham, Miranda (Colin) Gustafson, Jared (Meaghan) Chelsey, Jenna ( Marcus) Weinkauf, Addison and Sidney; eight great-grandchildren; one brother Ron Cole of Coalhurst, AB; two sisters Joan (Bill) Adair of Ladysmith, BC, and Linda (Dave) Miller of Coleville, SK; sister-in-law Beatrice Bolen; and brother-inlaw Art Stengal.  Kay was predeceased by her husband Dr. Harvey Allan Reist; one brother Les Cole; three sisters Betty Aucoin, Mary Cole and Bernice Smith; sister-in-law Donna Stengal; and brother-in-law George Bolen. A Funeral Service will be held on 2:00 p.m., Saturday, October 5, 2013 from Daysland Knox Church with Rev. Alan Richards officiating. Private Family inurnment will take place in Daysland Cemetery. Family and friends are invited to join the family for fellowship and refreshments at Daysland Community Hall immediately following the service.  If family and friends so desire, memorial contributions are gratefully accepted to the Alzheimer’s Society. To send condolences please visit www.burgarfuneralhome.com.

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Diane Lynn Tchir December 31, 1948 – September 5, 2013 It is with great sadness that the family of Diane Tchir announces her passing on September 5, 2013 at the age of 64. Diane was cherished by all who knew her. She had a generous spirit and was devoted to family and friends. She loved camping, cooking, flowers and animals. Diane is predeceased by her father Lester Farness. She will be lovingly remembered by her companion of 35 years, Robert Keohane; her mother Ann Farness; her brother Arthur (Jane) Farness and family; her sister Janice (Stan) Shott and family; as well as many other family members and friends. Diane’s funeral was held in Round Hill, AB on September 11, 2013. Interment was held at Emil Bosman’s Memorial Gardens. The family of Diane would like to express their appreciation to family and friends for their show of support and comfort during this difficult time.

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There are just not enough words to say thank you to all the people who supported our family through a very difficult time in our lives. I was trying to put words in individual thank you cards and realized it would be an insurmountable job because there were so many of you who were here for us. First of all, thank you to the 911 operator Howard Bouck who kept me sane until the EMS and Fire August 2, 1952 – August 30, 2013 Department arrived. While waiting for the emergency responders to arrive, our neighbour and close friend Enos Lamprecht, along with his grandson Braeden Korchinski, came by to borrow a truck. A very special thank you to Enos as he stayed with Howard and also to Braeden for being my right hand while the EMS did their job. Thank you to the team of emergency responders for organizing STARS to land on our property and stabilize Howard to be ready for transport to the U of A Hospital. A big thank you to the doctors and nurses at the Firefighters’ Burn Unit in Edmonton who gave such great care to Howard. He also wanted me to go buy them all coffee. Karmyn Johnson, thank you for coming immediately and taking me to the hospital, and for all the extras you continue to do. Thank you to Pastor Ed for spending that first evening with the family, and to Barry and Shannon DeMaere for meeting us there and supporting us through those difficult days. Thank you to Bev and Sheri for coming and praying with us and Howard as he went through his surgeries, and to Ron and Leanne Bouck for looking after so many details for me throughout this whole ordeal. Thank you to my sons Travis and Tyler for dropping everything to come and stand together as we waited for the doctors and many surgeries. Thank you to Carly and Asa for holding things together on the home front so they would not have worry about anything at home. It was such a blessing when both Carly and Asa were able to join us. During Howard’s six weeks in the hospital, we were blessed by so many of our friends, families, community and church families. Many of you sent meals, gave us gift cards, prayed unceasingly for us, and looked after Erik and Anders so their parents could be at the hospital with us. I can’t thank the 150 people enough who came out to the farm on August 10 to get all Howard’s projects done that he never got to finish. A special thank you to the businesses that donated supplies for those projects and who also offered their own time. That was a powerful day, just seeing you all there as you showed us how much you were all pulling for Howard, and we could see the kind of man he was to others. To see each of you drive up our driveway, to take a whole day and generously give of yourselves was overwhelming. To Travis and Asa and all the others who did the prep work prior to that day, a big thank you is extended. There were many others who gave generously for that day to be a success. I would love to list each of you separately, but am afraid I might miss some of you … I know you know who you are. There were 20 more days God gave us with Howard after that work day. Days that I will always remember. The best day was when Howard got the speaking piece put on his ventilator that allowed us to hear his voice. We could hear him actually speak the words, “I love you”; words we will always cherish. Tyler and Carly were unable to be with us for this whole journey due to hockey season starting, but Ty had set up an iPad and we could Facetime them so they could see and talk to Howard. It was very difficult for them to be away, but they also knew it was what Howard wanted. On August 30, 2013, Howard passed away after his fourth surgery. Through all this, I have always felt the hand of the Lord taking care of us. Howard’s life was celebrated by about 1,000 people – what does that say? What a great husband, father, grandfather, brother, brother-in-law, cousin and friend he was. He touched many lives over his short 61 years, and I can only say for me and my family, he will be missed so much. A big thank you to our neighbours and friends who have so willingly been here for the harvest and any other things we have needed. Thank you to all of you who stood by us and with us as we have gone through and will continue to go through the tremendous loss of this great man. – Phyllis Bouck

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MAKING A DELIVERY TO THE WOMEN'S SHELTER

A group of mothers and their children walked from Rudy Swanson Park to the Mirror Lake Centre where they delivered new or gently used pajamas and toys to a representative from the Camrose Women's Shelter. In the photo are: (left to right) Tammy Schmidt King and her children Charlotte, Veronica and Russell, Alicia Wolbeck and her children Dallas and Akayla, Hannah Biswanger, Sara Zylka and her children Jack and Mia, Jess Rideout and her daughter Makenzie, Lauren Cleveland and her child Reece, and Lisa Belcher and her children Nova and Adelyn.

Free sessions on food Local residents looking to improve their eating habits are invited to a series of free Alberta Health Services (AHS) information sessions. Craving Change is a set of three weekly workshops that will be offered in Camrose starting this month. The workshops are designed to support participants who would like to feel more in control of their eating habits. The sessions are led by AHS health professionals who share their expertise and guide interactive group discussions to help participants understand problematic eating triggers and develop a healthier lifestyle, built on improved daily decisions. Participants will learn self-awareness tools and engage in activities designed to help them identify and manage the challenges associated with their nutrition decisions. They will also receive guidance to cope with the emotional factors that impact eating behaviours. Craving Change will be held Thursdays on Oct. 10, 17 and 24, in the large conference room of the Camrose Public Health building, 5510-46 Ave. All workshops will run from 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. For more information, or to register, please call 1-877-314-6997.

Council receives update on Bailey Theatre By Dan Jensen

To borrow and modify a phrase from the late Mark Twain, any reports on the demise of the Bailey Theatre "have been considerably exaggerated." "There were some reports of doom and gloom but the Bailey is very much alive and well," said Bailey Theatre Society spokesperson Jeremy Mouat in a presentation to Camrose City council Sept. 16. Mouat said the Bailey Theatre had three very successful fundraising events during the summer just past, including a 50/50 draw during Jaywalkers' Jamboree, an auction at Big Valley Jamboree, and just recently, a fall harvest supper. "There were nearly 100 corporate and private sponsors that helped make the harvest supper a great success, in addition to the number of volunteers who participated. A number of wellplaced Edmontonians made it to the event and we raised some serious money as a consequence." Mouat said the Bailey Theatre has been staging two or three events per week while partnering with organizations like the Camrose Arts Society, Camrose Founders Days, Rose City Roots Society and the Camrose Country Opry. "We have brought in acts from across Alberta, other provinces, and the U.S. We are planning to increase our dramatic presentations. We want to add jazz and pop music events, and we are going to continue to build on family movie nights. We are establishing improv nights with the university drama club and are planning for more corporate rentals." Mouat said that during the fiscal year that just ended the Bailey Theatre Society was able to generate

almost $550,000 in revenue, including $125,000 in private donations and over $100,000 in provincial grants. "Unfortunately we had to apply a little over $112,000 of that revenue to service our $600,000 mortgage. Originally we didn't plan for that. Originally the feasibility studies and the operating plans we put in place were to have a building that was mortgage free, and indeed, with a $500,000 endowment which we saw as absolutely critical to getting off to a good start with the theatre. But because of the need to comply with a very strict completion deadline (as dictated by a federal grant) we had to borrow money to get things done in a hurry. We also had to use a $200,000 commitment from one of more major sponsors, Frank MacInnis, to guarantee a loan they had made. So we ended up beginning operations with a mortgage and without an endowment fund." Mouat said the Bailey Theatre Society still has the challenge in the short and the medium term of dealing with the mortgage, the cash flow and any difficulties that can arise as a consequence of that mortgage. "We often find ourselves lacking the necessary bucks to make down payments to book future performances. Typically, performers will want a deposit on the books often six months or even longer in advance of their appearance, and it is sometimes a bit of a challenge for us to come up with those funds." Mouat said the Bailey Theatre Society is planning to put into place devices that will ensure the ongoing operation of the theatre. "We lack an endowment fund but our goal is to establish one over the

long term. We are hoping to receive significant donations from private donors that will be invested to generate the additional revenue that we know we will need for operations." Mouat said the Bailey Theatre Society feels confident it will be able to continue with a very successful fundraising program. "The big deal for us of course is to have the mortgage paid off, which would reduce our operating costs by about $45,000. It would also immediately release the $200,000 from the Frank MacInnis Foundation and give us money in the bank that would allow us to operate on a break even basis into the forseeable future." Mouat said the Bailey Theatre Society believes it and the new performing arts centre can really help put Camrose on the map as a cultural destination. "It is exciting to think that we are going to have two quite different but really wonderful cultural facilities in Camrose." Mayor Marshall Chalmers told Mouat he is enthused to hear of the initiatives the Bailey Theatre Society have taken to make the theatre work. "It sounds like you are on the road to success," said Chalmers. "I really appreciate the efforts you are showing." Councillor Darryl said he was a proponent of the Bailey Theatre when people were ready to bulldoze it down. "To me it was a diamond in the rough, it was a historical site that I believed was worth saving." Shillington commended the Bailey Theatre Society for having a vision and not giving up when things looked bleak. "Camrose should stand up and applaud you folks

for creating such an amazing jewel in our community. There isn't a week that goes by where an outside resident has not made a comment about the Bailey Theatre, whether they are walking by it or have heard about it or have enjoyed some entertainment. To me you guys were always pioneering arts, culture and entertainment in the community, not just for Friday and Saturday night but on Tuesday night for goodness sake. You guys did a lot of pioneering and, to me, laid the tracks for the Camrose Performing Arts Centre. I think down the road you will look like geniuses." Councillor Max Lindstrand applauded the Bailey Theatre Society for offering a wide variety of programs. "This is an amazing community asset and it is refreshing to hear the positiveness of your report," he said. "I am astute enough to know that it has taken a heculean effort on the part of many people to get to the point you are at in in terms of celebrating reasonably good success at this point." Lindstrand added he is delighted to see a collaboration emerging between the Bailey and the Camrose Performing Arts Centre. "I think we should be looking at more than just a collaboration but a really formal collaboration to make both facilities successful." Linstrand encouraged the Bailey Theatre Society to keep the new City council informed as to what it is doing. "Let (council) know your struggles and successes because I think the new council has to commit to helping you and encouraging you in any way to continue the success of the Bailey Theatre."


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The 2014 Ford Explorer has arrived at Lamb Ford Sales Camrose. "It has been receiving a lot of positive reviews," said Lamb Ford sales manager Brett Read. "It's a vehicle that is packed full of features." Capable The 2014 Explorer structure is strong and supportive – thanks to high-tech materials and advanced forming technology. For starters, the A and B pillars are constructed of high-strength boron steel for greatly increased roof crush strength. The frontend support structure is constructed using a lightweight composite, which matches the lateral stiffness of magnesium while reducing weight. The easy-to-use Intelligent 4WD system is fully automatic, instantly delivering traction to the wheels with the most traction when wheelslip is detected. The Terrain Management System included with the available Intelligent 4WD system allows you to easily shift on the fly into one of four settings to match the terrain in which you are driving. Normal biases torque to the front wheels and sends it to the rear only as needed. Mud/Ruts

switches the throttle to a more aggressive mode, limits upshifting and desensitizes stability control, allowing the tires to spin as needed. Sand throws maximum torque to the wheels, placing the transmission in lower gears for as long as possible, which allows the wheels to spin aggressively. Grass/gravel/snow places the throttle in a setting to minimize wheel grip. Comfort/convenience The Explorer can carry up to seven passengers. The second row features a 60/40 split-fold-bench, while the third row has a 50/50 splitfolding seat with generous passenger space. Behind the third row there is up to 595 litres of cargo volume. For cargo space on demand, the second and third rows can fold flat for 2,285 litres of cargo room. The power liftgate can be opened and/or closed by pushing the vehicle key fob or pressing a button located on the instrument panel or on the bottom of the tailgate. Additionally, you can program the extension height of the liftgate, which is useful if you park in a space with a low ceiling. The available Remote Start/Automatic Climate Control system provides a comfortable interior. In hot weather conditions,

the cabin is cooled to 22 degrees Celsius. Even the rear defrost/heated mirrors will be activated. Performance The standard 3.5 litre twin independent variable camshaft timing V6 engine in the Explorer can be easily described in two words: no compromise. It delivers an impressive 290 horsepower and 255 lb.-ft. of torque. That means you have the power for merging, accelerating and pulling a trailer. The available 2.0 litre EcoBoost inline four-cylinder engine combines two different technologies – turbochargiing and twin independent variable cam timing – to deliver the performance of a much larger engine. It churns out 240 horsepower at 5,500 rpm and 270 lb.-ft. of torque at 3,000 rpm. With towing capacity of up to 2,268 kg when properly equipped, the Explorer can haul a boat, camper or trailer. The Class III Trailer Tow package required for towing includes an engine oil cooler and wiring harness. Technology Curve Control will slow you down as much as 16 kmph a second if it senses you are going too fast for a particular curve. Employing throttle reduction and

four-wheel braking intervention, it's always active in helping you maintain control around the curves. Additionally, it can function on dry or wet pavement and is expected to be particularly useful when entering or exiting freeway off- or on-ramps with too much speed. A lane-keeping alert warns you through haptic feedback (a series of steering wheel vibrations that mimic a rumble strip) should the system detect an unintentional lane departure. A lane keeping aid actively applies steering torque which directs your vehicle back into the target lane should the system detect an unintended lane departure. The available BLIS with cross-traffic alert uses sensors in the rear quarter panels to monitor your blind spot and will illuminate an alert display on the appropriate exterior mirror if another vehicle is detected there before changing lanes. Adaptive cruise control functions similarly to cruise control but with one exception. When its sensors detect traffic slowing, your vehicle also slows down to maintain your pre-selected gap setting from the

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Inaugural Scarecrow Festival and Contest Oct. 7 to 19 By Dan Jensen

City Center Camrose and The Camrose Booster will be encouraging everyone to celebrate the fall season when they present the inaugural Scarecrow Festival and Contest Oct. 7 to 19. "We're hoping to create an atmosphere of excitement while showing everything that City Center Camrose has to offer," explained City Center Camrose manager CaroleMay Coty. Festival The City Center Camrose Scarecrow Festival will feature a variety of interesting and fun

activities for the whole family. Cam Vocational Training Association will be conducting barbecues in front of the office of Crowfoot Member of Parliament Kevin Sorenson from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Oct. 9 and 16. For the movie buffs, the historic Bailey Theatre will be showing the movie Charlotte's Web on the evening of Tuesday, Oct. 15. "We were looking for a fall themed movie for the Festival and thought that Charlotte's Web would be a good fit," said Debbie Thompson, a member of the Festival planning committee.

The Festival will include with a farmers' market/fair in the Brick parking lot from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 19. "It should be a fun day with hay rides, a chili cookoff, pie eating contest and sales of local vegetables and crafts," said Coty. "We're also hoping to bring in some buskers to provide entertainment." Contest The Scarecrow Contest is encouraging downtown businesses to create a scarecrow to represent their off ice or store and display it indoors or out.

A Business Choice Award and $150 advertising certificate from The Camrose Booster will be presented to the business with the best scarecrow. "The judging will be done Tuesday, Oct. 8 by a panel of Camrose City council hopefuls," said Coty. The winner of a People's Choice Award and $150 in Downtown Dollars will be announced Oct. 19. Entry forms for the award will be available wherever a scarecrow welcomes and woos customers and tourists. Votes may also be cast on the City Center Camrose Facebook page.

City Center Camrose has been receiving good reaction to the Scarecrow Contest. "There have been quite a few business putting out scarecrows already and there are quite a few others that are thinking about doing so," said Coty. "I would be thrilled if we had 50 per cent of the downtown businesses participating." Businesses that would like help creating a scarecrow are encouraged to call Kristen Hunter at 780-672-2711, Simon Pax at 780-916-2374 or Habitat for Humanity Camrose at 780-672-4484.


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Motor vehicle accidents continue to be in the top five causes for children to have injuries or fatalities. When a child is properly restrained in their car seat, it decreases their risk of serious injury or death. With so many different car seats on the market, it can be confusing to navigate through the purchasing of the right car seat and then installing it into your vehicle. The Camrose PCN wants to help point you in the right direction to help you become your own expert on car seat safety for your family. There is a wealth of information and help available on various web sites as well as video’s to help walk you through purchasing and installing infant and children’s car seats. Transport Canada (Government of Canada) offers a comprehensive web site with easy to follow instruction at www.tc.gc. ca/roadsafety/kids. Another great resource with some easy to follow video instruction can be found at http:// www.parachutecanada.org. Both web sites will provide you with valuable information and tips on how you can keep your kids as safe as possible in your vehicle. Please note: for forward facing car seats the guidelines state a child should not be placed in a forward facing car seat until they are a minimum of 22 pounds and walking. While parents and caregivers are responsible to do the research, read their car seat and vehicle manuals, and learn how to properly install their car seats, there is additional support through the Camrose PCN Maternal Newborn Clinic.

PCN Maternal Newborn Clinic registered nurse Kari Befus has recently undergone Child Restraint Technician Certification training and is ready to start assisting parents, grandparents and caregivers in ensuring their car seats are installed correctly. Often, parents can be overwhelmed and confused by the proper way to use a car seat. Some of the most common mistakes seen include using a rear-facing only seat as a forward facing seat, turning a child forward facing prior to meeting all three necessary developmental benchmarks, moving a child from a forward facing seat into a booster sooner than is recommended or safe for the child, and not having the car seat’s harness system tight enough, therefore reducing the effectiveness of the seat. As a certified trained child seat technician, Kari will talk about which restraint is appropriate for your child, how to correctly install your child seat in your vehicle, and how to position your child in the child seat. “Prevention through education and collaboration will be the focus with rolling out this program into our community,” said Befus. Your inspection may take up to an hour and it’s important you bring your car seat and vehicle manuals if possible, as every vehicle is different in how car seats are installed. To make an appointment, call the Camrose PCN Maternal Newborn Clinic at 780-672-5034. For more information on the Camrose PCN Car Seat Safety program, visit www.camrosepcn.com.

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Grace Lutheran Church Sunday, Oct. 6, 7 p.m. Potter’s Clay is a Southern Gospel group was begun in the late ’60s by two teenage boys. The group went through many phases over time and, in 1986, began singing regularly as a trio named “Potter’s Clay”. Soon after, a bass singer joined and Potter’s Clay became a quartet. A freewill offering will be received for Bridge 2 Malawi children’s ministry.

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Thursday, October 3, 7 p.m. Faith & Life Centre, Augustana Campus

Oct. 25, 5 to 7 p.m. – Sauerkraut Supper Adults – $15; 16 to 12 – $8; under 6 and over 95 – Free Oct. 30, 7 p.m. – Creation Ministries International Speaker: Dr. Carl Wieland from Australia Nov. 2, 2 to 4 p.m. – Tea and Bake Sale Nov. 15 & 16, 7 p.m. – Tenore Christmas Concert Tickets: $20/person. Available at Grace Lutheran Church and Wisemen’s Way Bookstore

Movie followed by panel discussion with Dr. Eugene Boe, Dr. David Goa and Dr. Randal Rauser $5/person Sponsored by: Augustana Campus Ministry, Kava College Ministry, CLBI and Ronning Centre for the Study of Religion & Public Life

Jenn Grant will play at the Bailey Theatre.

It is rare to bring exciting young award winning talented performers to the Bailey Theatre as their careers peak. However, Camrose will have the honour to hear two such musicians on the same night. On Saturday, Oct. 5, Juno nominee Jenn Grant will bring her Nova Scotia style of pop music to open for well travelled Canadian singer/songwriter Ron Sexsmith. Jenn will begin her 2013 fall 17-stop tour in early October, including dates with Ron Sexsmith. She has released four albums to her credit. Her most recent, and first US released record, The Beautiful Wild, is a departure from the giddy blush of her previous album Honeymoon Punch that won the ECMA pop recording of the year. "I've been writing a lot and after the tour I want to start recording a new album in November. My husband producers the last two and we just built a recording studio at home, so will be working on that," said Jenn, on her fall plans. Continued on page 26


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RESIDENTIAL HOME SMOKE ALARM INSPECTION NIGHT Tuesday, October 8 from 7 to 9 p.m. at Erickson Dr. and 66 St.

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between Enevold and Marler Firefighters will be in your neighbourhood to check your smoke alarms and replace the batteries if required. Fire safety information will also be provided. A big thank you to Camrose Canadian Tire for sponsoring the batteries for the Smoke Alarm Inspection.

Wednesday, October 9, 6:00 p.m. The Camrose Fire Department is encouraging Camrose families to develop a fire escape plan for their home and to take part in a city-wide fire drill. Firefighters will be patroling the city during that time to hand out prizes for participants! Call the Camrose Fire Department for more information, 780-672-2906.

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Culture Days celebrated across Alberta last weekend By Dan Jensen

Camrose residents joined their fellow Albertans in celebrating their rich heritage during the annual Culture Days celebration this past weekend. "Camrose has always

had great events going on every year during Culture Days and this year was no exception," said Alberta Culture Minister Heather Klimchuk. "It was just amazing some of the things that were going on in the city."

Alberta Culture Days has grown from a one day event started in 2008 as Alberta Arts Days to a three day celebration is being copied in other parts of Canada. In 2012, thousands of Albertans discovered, expe-

rienced and celebrated their artistic sector heritage, cultural diversity and provincial pride through over 1,200 events. "It's a day when museums and cultural sites open

free of charge," said Klimchuk. Camrose is one of several host celebration sites which received $5,000 in provincial funding for its Culture Days celebration.

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Dine and Dance Saturday, November 2, 2013 Camrose Regional Exhibition “Life can change in a blink of an eye, it’s good to know STARS will be there.” Come down and support this amazing organization, dinner, dancing and live music by Big Mike and KixxSin. There will be numerous items to bid on for Silent and Live Auction. 50/50 raffle.

Tickets: $65 per person - $650 for a table of 10 Tickets can be purchased by calling (780)672-5941 or (780)672-1760 Cocktails 5:30 - Dinner 6:00 - Dance 9:30

Arts receives festival funds Continued from page 23

"The money allows the recipients to do some pretty cool programming," said Klimchuk. "We had a lot of professional musicians performing this year and we want to pay them for their work." Klimchuk said it is important that all Albertans celebrate their culture. "It is a way of strengthening our communities and recognizing the many new people who are coming into our province every year." Klimchuk had a meeting with local arts groups in

which she encouraged them to come together in a collaborative manager to support arts projects. Albertans define culture in a broad sense to include not only the arts but also heritage, sport and recreation, and the natural environment. The Conference Board of Canada estimates the economic footprint of Canada's cultural sector was $84.6 billion in 2007, 7.4 per cent of Canada's GDP. Alberta's cultural sector represents approximately three per cent of provincial GDP and employment.

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"It's been a great process on how to learn to make records. I'm growing as a writer and really enjoy it. I'm excited to be able to play with Ron." On Jenn's new album, her prismatic, iridescent voice continues to sparkle over adventurous layers of harp, sitar and flute. Her intuitive ability to express emotion has helped to define her as one of Canada’s premiere vocalists. "I try not to play too much new material, although I would like to. I'll play a few songs, but I will play songs from all of my records because people want to hear their old favourites," Jenn added. "I think it's fair to play both songs the audience wants to hear and songs I want to perform." She has performed across North America, Europe, Japan and Australia and has shared the stage alongside many of her favorite artists including Kathleen Edwards, Hayden, Hey Rosetta! Feist, The Great Lake Swimmers, The Weakerthans, and Henry Wagons (Australia). "I've been a fan of Ron's music forever. I have all of his records and listen to them all. I've admired him and have always wanted to go on tour with him, so this is exciting for me," said Jenn. "It's a huge honour and I'm looking forward to it. I like his songs and voice because they have an intimate quality." Jenn is happy to appear in Camrose for the first time and at the Bailey Theatre. "I like all kinds of different shows and venues, but I like to play in beautiful old rooms with a wonderful audience. You couldn't ask for more. I love coming to the prairies and the big open sky. It's a good chance to meet people and perform for people that I haven't before." Ron Sexsmith

Ron's acoustic, pop and folk sound won acclaim not from only critics, but from fellow performers like Paul McCartney, Elvis Costello, and John Hiatt, who initially inspired Sexsmith to become a musician. Although Ron started his first band at the age of 14, he decided to focus his attention on becoming a songwriter. After moving to the Toronto area, Sexsmith formed the Uncool and began issuing his own material in 1985 with the cassette Out of the Duff, followed a year later by There's a Way. His next release was 1991's Grand Opera Lane, recorded by Blue Rodeo's Bob Wiseman. Ron has 11 albums. His latest is entitled, Forever Endeavour this year.


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The end of an era The last day of the Mike Morris Doughboy’s Pizzeria and Scalliwag’s Pub was bittersweet as family and friends gathered to share memories and say farewell to a mainstay of the dining and entertainment scene in Camrose.

Mike ‘Lefty’ Morris offers a tissue and condolences to George, the Scalliwag’s mascot. Scalli’s and Doughboy’s closed Friday, Sept. 27, ending an era.

Thank you for the memories! SCALLIWAGS Pub & Rum Bar

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Smith and Mason to debate in Camrose By Murray Green

CATHEL BOOKS 10TH ANNIVERSARY WINNERS

Cathel Books in Camrose celebrated its 10th anniversary Aug. 10 to 17 by conducting a draw for 10 $100 book certificates. Top photo: Cathel Books owner Pat Westergard (right) presents book certificates to (left to right) Teresa Rafters, Rachel Simmet and Joey Uglem. Unable to attend to accet their certificates were Brenda Lee and Pam Sweet. Bottom photo: representatives from the five winning schools were: Gordon Thompson, Hardisty School, Cordelia Tindall, Jack Stuart School in Camrose, Judy Schielke, New Norway School, and Don Hoffman, from Tofield Schools. Hartland Colony School was unable to send a representative to accept the prize.

With the provincial government going deeper into debt, the opposition Wildrose and NDP leaders are touring universities and colleges to explain what the future holds for residents in Alberta. After a successful debate series debut at the University of Alberta and another in Medicine Hat, Wildrose leader Danielle Smith announced two new dates, bringing the total number of debates between Smith and NDP leader Brian Mason to eight. Smith and Mason will now debate at the University of Alberta, Augustana Campus in Camrose tonight (Oct. 1) and at Keyano College in Fort McMurray on Oct. 8. The debate series kicked off at the University of Alberta on Sept. 18 with over 400 students in attendance. “The response to these debates that we’ve received from students across Alberta has been tremendous and it’s exciting to see more post-secondary institutions getting on board,” Smith said. “Clearly, there is a real hunger out there amongst the next generation of Alberta’s leaders for an open and honest exchange of ideas about what the province is going to look like once the PC government is defeated.” The University of Augustana Politics Club is hosting the event. Augustana wanted to be part of the series for the students and the community. “The interest in this series keeps growing and we’re happy to bring the debate to two more colleges,” said Mason. “Obviously, there’s a real desire for an alternative to the PCs’ out-of-touch approach to politics.” Topics the leaders will discuss include revenue and expenses, the economy, public service delivery and the overall political landscape in Alberta. “As we debate ideas, Wildrose will continue to put forward a vision of a new government that respects tax dollars, eliminates waste and mismanagement, and focuses on delivering good public services,” Smith said. "We want Albertans far and wide to know that a post-PC Alberta is coming,” said Mason. “It’s time for a New Democratic government, and we’re very happy to bring that message to campuses across the province, including Augustana and Keyano College.” Twitter users are encouraged to follow the debates and participate in them using the hashtag #MASONvSMITH. The debate begins at 7 p.m. on Oct. 1 in the Faith and Life Chapel. Admission is free, but bring a Food Bank donation. The Neighbor Aid Centre Food Bank is in short supply of lunch items and juice boxes for children.

Camrose Police Service Report September 27

A woman attended the police station to report that she had been recently assaulted by her commonlaw girlfriend and she suffered a broken nose as a result. She also disclosed that she had been a repeated victim of domestic violence and disclosed several other occurrences of violence within their two year relationship. As a result of the investigation her 31-yearold partner was located and arrested. She has been charged with five charges of assault, two charges of assault with a weapon, two charges of assault causing bodily harm and one charge of uttering threats. She is currently being held in custody awaiting her judicial interim release hearing. A 25-year-old man was found to be in possession of marihuana and was charged under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. He

is scheduled to appear in provincial court to face the charge. September 26

Police conducted a routine traffic stop of a vehicle and noted an odour of marihuana and found two of the young passengers in possession of marihuana. One of the youths was charged with possession of a controlled substance and the other was referred to the Alternative Measures Program. September 25

A 32-year-old man was arrested and charged with uttering threats after police investigated a complaint that the man had threatened to injure the complainant. Police are investigating a break and enter into a storage shed along 51 Avenue as the owner reported that the lock had been cut off the shed door and various items such as a computer, television, air conditioner

and tools had been stolen. Police are still investigating the matter. An 18-year-old man was arrested and charged with possession of marihuana as 28 grams of the drug were located and seized from his vehicle. Police received a call of an intoxicated lady in the lobby of a hotel that was not a customer. The lady was heavily intoxicated and had conditions from the court on a previous charge to abstain from the consumption of alcohol. The 26-yearold lady was arrested and is facing charges of Public Intoxication and Breaching a Condition of Her Recognizance. An 18-year-old man was arrested and is now facing charges of trafficking cocaine, possession for the purpose of trafficking cocaine, possession of proceeds of crime and possession of marihuana. Police

observed the male conduct a drug transaction and upon his arrest he was found in possession of 13.7 grams of cocaine that was packaged for distribution. He was also found with $160 cash and with 2.7 grams of marihuana. The man is being held in custody on bail and scheduled to appear in Camrose Provincial court September 25. September 23

Police received several calls regarding a bull moose acting aggressive with pedestrians near the walking trails surrounding MirrorLake. The area was closed off to public access to allow the moose to leave on its own accord, which it eventually did. Police wish to remind the public that wild animals should not be approached as their behavior is unpredictable. Police received a complaint that a youth was walking in the middle of the road

on Highway 13 near Range Road 205. Police located the youth and arrested him for Public Intoxication. The youth was transported to a family member’s residence for the evening. During patrols police located a stolen Ford F-350 truck in the area of 51 Avenue and 56 Street. Police observed a man and a woman entering the vehicle. The couple observed police and attempted to flee from the vehicle. Police arrested a 24-year-old woman for Possession of Stolen Property Over $5,000. A search of the woman located breakin tools and a prohibited weapon. After a short period of time, Police arrested the 28-year-old man who was operating the stolen motor vehicle. Both man and woman had outstanding warrants within the province. The man and woman were lodged to await a Judicial Interim Release hearing.


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Who is Mike ‘Lefty’ Morris? Mike is running for the mayor’s chair in this year’s election. In case you don’t know him, here’s a brief biography of his 37 years in Camrose. FAMILY • Married 36 years to Judy, a registered nurse. They have two daughters, one son, and four grandchildren.

COMMUNITY SERVICE • Past President Kinsmen Club of Camrose • Past Kinsman of the Year • Past President of the Jr. B Heat Hockey Team • Assistant coach Camrose Trojans High School Football Team • Co-founder of the Camrose Sports Development Society (Camrose Kodiaks Jr. A Hockey Club) • Co-chair of fund-raising for the Burgess Building Project (commercial division) • Co-founder of Camrose Bantam Football Program • Past governor of Prairie Thunder Bantam Football League (three years) • City of Camrose councillor, six years, 1998-2004.

CAREER • Assistant manager of Boston Pizza in Camrose; Don Marshall was the franchisee • Owner of Dave’s Pizza, Camrose • Co-owner of Monte Carlo Restaurant • Food and Beverage manager at Athenai’s Steak House (“Thanks Finn, you taught me a lot”) • Owner of Lefty’s Lounge in the clubhouse of Camrose Golf Course • Operator of City Concessions – the “French Fry Guy.” • Owner of Roving Roasters and contractor of Camrose Regional Exhibition Food and Beverage Services – 10 years • Owner of Doughboy’s Pizzeria and Scalliwag’s Pub and Rum Bar

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Mike Morris wants to help City move forward By Dan Jensen

Mayoralty candidate Mike Morris is committed to helping the City of Camrose get into a position from which it can move forward. "It is important that every member of council work together in the same direction so that we can help everyone," said Morris. "We have to take care of the entire community, not just certain interest groups." Morris said the City of Camrose is basically a three dressed up as a nine. "We have nice glitz and

glitter in certain areas and we have nice fancy stuff that is coming forward, and that is good. They are all positive things for the long term good of Camrose. But we are ignoring all kinds of issues that need to be addressed and have to be finished. We have a business revitalization zone but, the area from 48 Street east is not that pretty. We have a gravel road in our downtown core for goodness' sake. I challenge anyone to find a city that has any gravel roads in the downtown."

Morris served six years as a member of Camrose City council from 1998 to 2004. "When I left City council I left for family reasons," said Morris. "My son took too much of my time and I could not do the job properly so I made the decision to step down. I felt it was the right decision, just as I feel that the decision I am making now is right. I have had many people who have encouraged me to run." Morris believes that while it is good to look to the outside for new businesses

and industries, economic development – one of his priorities – has to come from within. "We have to use the amenities that we already have and work within the dollars that we have," said Morris. "It can be as simple as bringing extra hockey teams into Camrose to participate in tournaments. We used to be hampered by the fact that we had a shortage of ice surfaces, but now we have three arenas. If we just change the way we do things a little bit Continued on page 31

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Roads, Sewer and Water System

Tony Hladun

…Let’s get back to the basics It’s abundantly clear to me that unless citizens and businesses are prepared to dig deep into their own resources and pay even higher levels of taxes, the City of Camrose has to enter a new era of spending. The bulk of our M.S.I. funding (pledged grants from the provincial government) has already been allocated to our City Hall project for the next three years. Local taxes will be counted on for our basic core services. It is my belief that the next City Council and Mayor must focus on fiscal responsibility. I’d be honored to serve you, as your ‘watchdog’ in this regard.

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Sims has the time to devote By Murray Green

Val Sims wants Camrose to remain a vibrant, active and lively place to live. By sitting on City council, she feels those things can be accomplished. "I am thankful that I was born and happy to remain in this great city," said Val. "It would be an honour and privilege to serve on council. For the last 20 years, I have thought about being on City council. Now that I am retired, I have the time to devote to serving on council." Camrose is a safe, beautiful city that provides its citizens with an exceptional quality of life. "We can be proud of our community with its parks, walking trials, education, health, recreation, police and spiritual facilities," added Val. "We are lucky to have a great university, Bailey Theatre, quaint shops, railway museum and now a performing arts centre in our midst." However, Camrose has to be more than a beautiful city. "Camrose needs to attract industry and small businesses. When I was teaching, several families that I know of had to move because they could not find jobs that paid enough to support their growing families. We need full time jobs, not just part-time positions," said Val, who taught for more than 30 years in the Battle

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River School Division. "Businesses are what help a community grow and be healthy. We could look at the tax laws to attract new businesses." Val feels the City should be supporting local businesses whenever possible. "We have wonderful local businesses and shopping here that help create jobs," she said. "Shopping locally contributes to the development of the city. Money spent here helps Camrose people." Housing is an important issue to Val. "We need more affordable senior housing. By talking to people, I have discovered that some people have moved away because they could not find affordable housing." The big issue of late at City Hall has been money. "We need to be prudent. Our hard earned taxpayer dollars should be spent with

careful deliberation. Budget items need to be carefully evaluated, so that council can make the best possible decision as to what we can or can't afford," she said. Val said we need to be concerned about spending, so we can get our taxes back in line. "We have to save money for future big projects such as road construction, or a water treatment plant. We will be under restraints and this council has to know that going in. We have to understand the difference between wants and needs. We either increase taxes or reduce spending. I'm on the side of reducing spending." Val has sat on numerous boards within the community. She has been involved with the university, teacher's association, Sunday school, Brownies, church council, Heart and Stroke Foundation, DARE and Victim Services, Martha's table, Meals on Wheels, school breakfast program, Grateful Grannies, museums and the community band. "The next four years on council will be about holding the line on spending until some debt has been paid down on the recent projects," said Val. The retired teacher and her husband have three children and a grandson. "Because I have sat on several boards, it has giv-

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“As a councillor, I’d be as conservative with city dollars as I am with my own money.” Prudent spending – essential as almost never before in Camrose. I, for one, believe that as a municipality, we need to be abundantly more cautious about new projects, particularly those which would require borrowed funds. I would focus more on our “core services, i.e. road repairs and basic city infrastructure.

Count on my experience and my track record: • Retired teacher • Former treasurer of our local ATA • Former volunteer with DARE and Victim Services • Vice-Chair Church Council • Former Brownies leader • Friend of Camrose Railway Station • Community Band member • Grateful Grannies member • United Church Bells member

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en me some experience to organize things and follow a budget. It covers of variety of topics so I can represent people in broad manner. Yes, we need lawyers and accountants on council, but we also

need people to represent the taxpayers. I can think outside of the box. I am a team player, but I would also represent the people and view both sides of issues and decisions."


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Regarding City Spending and Financial Prudence… I firmly believe it’s time to get our heads ‘out of the sand.’

WE’RE NOT THE HEART OF THE OIL PATCH

…so let’s quit spending like we are! When city decision-makers spend too much… taxes rise. It’s that simple. I can’t change decisions of previous councils, but I can offer my experience and my promise to significantly curtail spending if I’m elected to Camrose Council going forward. Camrose has clearly embarked on high profile projects that will prove costly to taxpayers in the years ahead. Enough is enough.

I’m all for “Shopping Locally!” As your council member, it will be my mandate to make sure local businesses get a fair shot at city business. I’m convinced that local businesses can efficiently and affordably compete. If we all shop locally, the entire community is rewarded.

Core services – my priority for the next council. Let’s concentrate on quality road repair. Focus on affordable water treatment options, essential services and, for a change, let’s scale back plans for any additional high-profile projects which would only be possible with increased levels of taxation. I’ve succeeded in private business my entire adult life. I think a city needs to be, and can be, run like a successful business. I humbly ask for your vote.

Doug Appleby

APPLEBY, Doug FOR CAMROSE CITY COUNCIL

For fiscal responsibility, vote

WOOD, Greg FOR CITY COUNCIL

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Let’s move forward Camrose is getting a new city hall, a decision made in good conscience by our previous city council. Now there’s talk of eliminating construction of the building’s third floor. Let’s move forward. Let’s use the whole building; let’s move Camrose Public Library into the third floor and convert the existing library into a home for the Battle River Animal Protection Society/City Pound. Let’s use our resources and our assets. Let’s optimize their potential.

On October 21st

ELECT

LORRIE SITLER Public School Trustee City of Camrose LET’S: • Restore trust and repair damaged relationships between the community and BRSD. • Create an environment where Students, Parents, Guardians, Teachers, and Support Staff are encouraged to be engaged in the learning process. • Increase enrolment numbers. • Provide quality education for ALL our children.

EXPERIENCE - 18 years serving on various community boards, 9 of those years in finance positions - 16 years advocating for a son with special needs - Almost 9 years experience working for two Alberta School Boards

Questions? Comments? Concerns? Contact Lorrie at: Tel: (780)672-8578 E-mail: lorrie.sitler@yahoo.com https://www.facebook.com/lorriesitlerfortrustee Let your voice be heard, ensure you vote on October 21st.

Make Your Vote Count Oct. 21

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Let’s move forward... On October 21, please vote

Mike “Lefty” Morris

Mayor, City of Camrose

MORRIS, Mike ‘Lefty’ www.facebook.com/MikeMorrisforMayor

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Morris wants to help City move forward Continued from page 29

we can have eight teams in tournaments instead of five. That makes us a hub and gives us an extra 150 people a weekend coming into the city to use our hotels and our restaurants." Morris would also like to see the City of Camrose spend more money with businesses who support the community. "There is a provision in the City purchasing bylaw that allows us to spend up to five per cent more on a project (with a local business) if we choose to do so. Local businesses are the ones who support our service clubs,

our businesses and our restaurants, not some company that comes into town, does the job and goes away. We don't get much from that." Morris feels the taxes in Camrose are extremely high for the services and the roads that we have. "If all our roads were current and paved in gold I could see us having to pay a little more money, but as a rule they are high. There needs to be a hold placed on our spending right now, especially capital projects, until the mayor and the new council can decide the direction we should be going."

Morris feels frustrated with the plan to not use a portion of the new City Hall until the city increases the current number of employees. "I think the City is a long ways away from having 90 employees working out of City Hall. I would like to see if I can convince council to have Camrose Public Library move into that space and then turn what is the current library over to the animal protection society. We need a pound and the library would be a good location. It fits and it is time to move forward."


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AGNES HOVELAND

Caring about Camrose

Come hear what’s on candidates’ minds – determine who to vote for and decide who definitely will not be getting your vote. In conjunction with The Camrose Booster / City Center Camrose Scarecrow Festival … come to the

All her life, Agnes found caring about others the most rewarding experience. erience. As a mother and a grandmother, er, from her o being on career as a registered nurse, to the Board of Governors of the University of Alberta, to founding chair of the e Grateful Grannies and her involvement with the Rotary Club, her life is about giving ving to others. Now she would like to serve in a different way – by representing you on Camrose City Council.

ON OCTOBER 21ST, VOTE

Agnes Hoveland CAMROSE CITY COUNCIL

Bailey Theatre Tuesday, October 8 Doors open 6:15. Evening starts promptly at 7:00 p.m. Thanks to the Alberta Teachers’ Association for a finanical contribution to assist in hosting this event. No admission fee. Come early to be guaranteed a seat.

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Erickson wants to do what is best for students By Dan Jensen

Bill Sears A STRONG VOICE OF REASON ON YOUR CITY COUNCIL Bill Sears will bring honesty, integrity and experience to City Council

OPEN HOUSE Please join me

Tuesday, October 15 10 a.m. to noon for coffee and cookies at Café Connections

(across from Wild Rose Co-op)

If you would like to talk to Bill, call 780-672-4099 or email billsears@telus.net

‘City Council needs to continue to provide the services Camrose residents want and expect’

Listening to You… Working for You… VOTE

SEARS, Bill Camrose City Council

Camrose Mayor, Camrose Council, Elk Island and Battle River School Divisions Election Forums

Exercise your democratic privilege: Cast your vote on Oct. 21

Battle River School Division trustee hopeful Norm Erickson just wants to do what is best for the students. "To me it has always been about the students," said Erickson, who retired this past spring after 34 years of teaching, all but one of them at Camrose Composite High School. "It is nice to be around young people and feed off their positive energy." Erickson would like to see the school division make compromises when it comes to assessing student performance. "I think there has to be a mix between the old and the new as we bring it in," he said, "so that people are more comfortable with what is happening. Erickson said while there are things about the new assessment system that he really likes, he understands the points that have been raised by the parents. "The school district is pushing for assessment for learning and all those positive things that are great and needed to carry the student further into their education. At the same time, I think parents want a very accurate evaluation of what the student has actually learned. Yes the students want to know what they need to know to continue but, at some point in time they also need to know where they are at and what they can pursue." Erickson would like to see the school division make dedicated efforts to bring back into its fold those students who have left BRSD schools, whether because of

the new assessment system or something else. "I think when you lose students you are jeopardizing the number of programs you can offer," he said. "The district has done a wonderful job with the modernization of facilities and there are a lot of opportunities for the students. I want those opportunities to remain here in Camrose for the students

Norm Erickson

of Camrose and for the students of the district." Erickson and his wife, Rhonda, have three children – Nathan, Jarret and Ashley – who have attended Battle River School Division schools. "We are absolutely pleased," said Erickson. "We have never had any issues with anything that has happened within the system." Erickson is confident he has the time to devote to the position of trustee. "I wouldn't have put my name forward if I had a full-time job. "The fact I am retired means I have the time to do my homework."


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Hawkins wants to explore efficiencies

“The community should be a true partner in education. We need to foster that philosophy.”

“City of Camrose Working for You”

By Dan Jensen

Mayoral candidate Russell Hawkins wants the City of Camrose to take a long hard look at how it is spending the money of its taxpayers.

Elect

Cheryl Smith

A Vote for

I have worked and lived in Camrose for the past thirty years and I have dedicated myself to helping Camrose be the “greatest City in Alberta” and to helping the citizens of this City thrive. Camrose is a great place to live and we all need to work together to ensure a prosperous future. The recent decision to build a new City Hall has caused me concern as I believe this community had more important priorities to consider. Projects of this magnitude need careful consideration and the public has the right to participate. Why was a referendum not considered?

is a vote for

I will pledge to work for the citizens of Camrose to ensure that we have an efficiently run and effective City. Our services are excellent and the people of Camrose deserve to be treated with the best service possible. I will work towards this goal.

Battle River School Division

"I believe we have to look at efficiencies and make sure that we are getting the best possible value," explained Hawkins. "If we are going to do something we should do it right. If we have to choose between something that is going to cost a little more and something that is going to cost less but only last half as long we should do the former. There is no point going cheap and spending the money now only to spend that much more to fix it at a later time." Hawkins doesn't expect City of Camrose taxation rates to change unless something can be done to develop a larger industrial base. "I realize it costs money to build industrial parks but that is something at which the new council should be taking a look," said Hawkins. "I am hoping the eight councillors can put their heads together and say this is what the City of Camrose is willing to do to make this happen." Hawkins was not convinced the decision to build a new City Hall was the best one that could have been made. "If you have an accountant on council who says you shouldn't be doing this and is questioning how it should be paid for you should listen to him," said Hawkins. "I think the attitude is indicative of society in general, where you have these young couples taking on $400,000 home mortgages that they are never going to be able to pay off. Too many people view the City of Camrose as being this bank account from which you can just keep drawing." Continued on page 34

Camrose Council Candidate

City of Camrose

Trustee

Russell Hawkins

Garth Horton

Ron Baier Children... Why do we have Catholic schools? • To develop a child’s personal relationship with God

We have an excellent business sector and we need to ensure that our existing and new businesses are treated in a business-friendly manner. Looking at taxation levels is a good way to start this process. The city has had our citizens complete surveys asking what they want for services and infrastructure. Isn’t it time we listened to what the people, who actually pay the freight, have to say? A taste of my Volunteer roles:

• To be educational centers of evangelization

➢ Camrose Tourism Action Committee

• For parents to have their children nurtured in Catholic Christian values.

➢ Camrose Minor Hockey Committee

• To be a light illuminating an otherwise dark world.

➢ City of Camrose Social Planning Committee

• To promote moral and spiritual formation where the mystery and grace of the faith is passed on.

➢ City of Camrose Public Transportation Committee

• To provide places of hope. • To provide role models who incarnate virtues such as faith, compassion, forgiveness, charity and hope. • To help build the Lord’s kingdom of justice and peace. • To involve the search for wisdom as children learn to make good decisions. • To ensure school activities, policies, discipline and rules are based on the gospel message of Jesus Christ.

“He will teach us His ways, so that we may walk in His paths.” - Isaiah 21:3 Ron is a leader for our children, our teachers, our community, for the present and the future. Ron has local level experience in the schools, St. Francis Xavier Church and the community. His children are succesful products of the Catholic school system

If children could vote, they would vote for

RON BAIER

for Separate School Board Trustee on October 21st

Election Day Oct. 21

➢ Past President of Camrose and District Boys and Girls Club

Your next council needs to implement unprecedented foresight and responsibility. I want to be part of the solution.

HORTON, Garth for Camrose Council

Families:

Newcomers, first generation or multi-generational

Camrosians

please allow me to be your voice and contact on

Camrose Council

Knowing this city as I do, I know there’s no better place in which to live. I’d like to bring a common-sense approach to council. This means better budgeting, superior prioritizing of needs versus wants and a refined balance between service and taxation levels.

If you’re concerned about a better, more affordable Camrose... Count on

ZYLKA, Sara


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Private Business Experience has prepared me for a role on Camrose Council

HYCHA , Kevin I’m known as a quiet, deep thinker, who is not afraid of making decisions that have to be made

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“We need to look at how we measure learning, without compromising standards.” Elect

Cheryl Smith City of Camrose

• 26-year resident of ‘a truly great city in which to live and raise a family.’ • Active in youth soccer and hockey • Past member of Toastmasters • Past member of Camrose Police Commission • When time permits, hobbies include: golf, hockey, camping, fishing and curling • General Manager for two Glover International locations, Camrose and Drumheller • Service director for all six Glover International locations: Camrose, Red Deer, Calgary, Drumheller, Airdrie and Rocky Mountain House.

Trustee

Battle River School Division

Russell Hawkins wants to explore efficiencies within City of Camrose Continued from page 33

Though the options of the incoming council will really be limited, due to decisions of council in the recent term, we must move forward, positively, with our limited resources. It’s clear to me our basic city infrastructure needs to be top priority. However, we cannot turn a blind eye to the Aquatic Centre, library, or animal rescue shelter. Clearly tough decisions with limited resources lie ahead. I’d be honored if you see fit to count on me as a business-minded thinker on Council.

Gordon Berg

“A voice for the arts community” Gordon Berg cherishes Camrose’s rich history with the arts. He believes we need to embrace the Bailey Theatre and the new Performing Arts Centre, and find ways to help Camrose’s many dance and drama groups to utilize these facilities more. If elected to city council, Gord would be a strong advocate for the arts, and is also passionate about Camrose’s vast parks system. He is a forward thinker, and is supportive of: the new City Hall project, the need for a new swimming pool, upgrading our water treatment facilities, establishing a joint City/County industrial park, an assessment of all the sports fields to determine if they need upgrading and would like to revisit the idea of bringing a public transit system to Camrose. Berg sees an opportunity to lobby the provincial government to have counties share pipeline and power line tax revenues. Through his experiences on many boards and executives, with part of his career spent working for various municipalities in Alberta, Gordon Berg has the knowledge and understanding that is required to be a great representative of the people of Camrose.

“I just want to serve the community in the best way I can.”

On October 21st, vote Gordon Berg for City Councillor.

BERG, Gordon

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Hawkins feels that when it is spending money, the City of Camrose should focus on how it can help those who are at the lower end of the income scale and working in the areas of fast food or retail. "The higher earners and the middle class are going to be able to look after themselves regardless," he said. "You can raise, you can double taxes and people are either going to move away or keep paying. It is different if you start taxing somebody who is barely getting by as it is." While he doesn't have previous political experience, Hawkins serves on the City green action and social development committees. "I have worked with City councillors and I have seen how slow things go sometimes," said Hawkins. "I am not under any illusion that I can go in there as a mayor, pound my fist and make things happen in a hurry." As the owner of Camrose Energy and Devonian Contracting, the city's only R2000 licenced builder, Hawkins is strongly committed to protecting the environment through whatever methods possible, whether it be by cutting down on the amount of energy used or moving towards more native grasses and plants that do not require much water and are resistant to drought. "The plants I am thinking of are good for the pollinators – bees and butterflies," he said. "I think you can do that within the existing structure without paying a fortune. If we need to redo a flower bed put in native plants instead." Hawkins agrees with his opponent for the mayor's chair, Norm Mayer, that the City needs to adopt a more customer friendly attitude. "The City employees need to realize they are there to work for the taxpayers," he said. "The taxpayers are not there to serve administration, administration is there to serve the taxpayers." Hawkins was heavily involved this past spring in the construction of the new Rotary Youth Centre at Rudy Swanson Park. "I hurt myself on Oct. 3 of last year – shattered my heal and broke my back, so as I was healing from that when I talked to Ron Grue, who was the Rotary Youth Centre project manager and agreed to help him. I only know of one other person who would be willing to commit to three months of no income full time, and that person is Ron because he was there with me. Nobody else stepped up to do it. I could have gone back to work in April after I received the go ahead from my doctor but I couldn't abandon Ron. I eventually did get some money for the work but there wasn't any expectation that I would. I told the people if they wanted to pay me I would take it but that I wasn't about to demand anything." Hawkins and his wife have lived in Camrose for the last seven years. "We decided when we moved from Devon it was now or never," said Hawkins, who is originally from the Strome area. "We wanted to make sure that once our daughter started school we would live in the same place for 12 or 13 years."


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Davidse seeks election as Elk Island trustee By Murray Green

Luisa Davidse is ready to

serve another term on the Elk Island Catholic Schools (EICS) board of education. She has completed two three-year terms. Starting with this election on Oct. 21, terms will now be four years in length. "I am ready for another four-year commitment, because at the end of the day there are some things that I want to continue on with, such as facilities," said

Luisa Davidse

Luisa. "Because of our high enrollment, I would like Our Lady of Mount Pleasant (OLMP) restructured to give us more space. This is something I have been lobbying for the last six years. However, each year the student numbers increase." EICS asked for more portables, but were denied by Alberta Education. "I would like to see a new school. Camrose is always on the capital plan. We hope it is approved in the next round in 2015," explained Luisa. "It is on the list for modernization, so we continue to do that as well. A new school is something I want to keep working at. It is a continuous job." OLMP currently has about 384 students and St. Patrick has about 407 with pre-kindergarten. "We are over 100 per cent capacity at both OLMP and St. Patrick School," said Luisa. "Our four day week at OLMP has been popular and our high school has been growing. We have also added preschool at St. Patrick." The elementary school has 90 kindergarten students in four classes, so the healthy numbers in the future should be there. "We like to keep our class sizes smaller at the lower levels," said Luisa. The Camrose trustee is eager to serve, promote and fight on behalf of the two local schools on the board that has 16 schools under its umbrella. "First and foremost

the entire board has the concerns of all of the students in mind when making decisions," said Luisa. "The board has worked well together in the past." Elk Island is part of Alberta's public education system, which serves the communities of Camrose, Fort Saskatchewan, Sherwood Park, Strathcona County and Vegreville. The school division enrolls more than 5,800 students. The board of trustees is comprised of seven representatives. Four are from Sherwood Park, and one each from the communities of Camrose, Vegreville and Fort Saskatchewan. Luisa has kept the interests of the Our Lady of Mount Pleasant Catholic School and St. Patrick Catholic School in mind when she votes on board matters. "We work for EICS and all of the schools," said Luisa. "The needs are met for every community. I am the voice for Camrose and I listen to what is being said here. Parents, teachers and students can phone me with issues. If you don't have happy teachers in front of the class, then you are not going to have a happy classroom and that is the most important thing." Trustee Luisa has earned respect by speaking out for her community. "You have to lobby a bit for your community and I'm not afraid to speak up," said Luisa. "I stand up for Camrose staff, students and parents." Luisa lists the school expansion as her priority as she seeks a third term. "By listening to staff and parents, I believe it is a concern," she said. "OLMP is growing and high school students need their own space. That is important when you get to a certain age. By having more space, it would allow the school to offer more choices in curriculum. Right now we concentrate on meeting the needs of our students. We have added sports teams and have students that are very academic. I have nothing but good things to say about our schools." Lusia said the board does a good job in making the most with the funding they have. "When you have only so much money to work with you have to spend it wisely," she added. "We do what is best for the students." EICS is part of Alberta's publicly-funded education system with a mission to develop educational

Sound Decision-Making, Proven Leader. A Camrosian for nearly 40 years, Joan Petruk is devoted to the well-being of the community she loves, raised a family within, and calls home. Joan believes that making city council and its committees more efficient will lead to increased productivity and better decisions. “Council needs to work as a team. When you work as a team you have to be respectful of everyone and the decisions made by the group. You have to understand that everyone there is working towards the betterment of the community.” Joan offers her many strengths to city council: ✘ She’s open-minded, and a good listener. ✘ Obtained a Bachelor of Nursing Degree, and later, a Master of Health Studies in Leadership - showing her commitment to lifelong learning. ✘ Recently retired from a successful career in nursing and nursing leadership, Joan has the time to truly commit herself to the job. ✘ Elected to numerous boards on local, provincial and national levels, she has developed a deep understanding of government policies and models, and the decision making process. ✘ Joan has been recognized three times for her outstanding contributions to various boards and executives. Joan has the time, experience and ability to make excellent contributions to our City Council over the course of the next four years.

On October 21st, please vote…

✘ for City Councillor

Petruk, Joan

RE-ELECT MAX LINDSTRAND to City Council on October 21st

I have learned a lot about the affairs of the city. If re-elected, I can continue to make a strong contribution. My experience will be a valuable asset, especially since there will be a high turnover on council.

My priorities for the next term include: - Ensure excellent levels of service, with taxes competitive with other cities. - Encourage growth and development while preserving the beauty of our city. - Provide services to the entire population of Camrose, including housing needs and transportation both within the city and beyond. - Promote the preservation of our environment, including waste reduction and water conservation. - Support the performing arts. It will be a challenge to operate both the Camrose Performing Arts Centre and the Bailey Theatre. A single Arts Council is needed to maintain both facilities. - Review our capital plan in consultation with the citizens of Camrose. The pool and library have been identified as needing attention.

I have enjoyed being actively involved in our community for many years. Now I am asking for your continued support in re-electing me to serve you as City Councillor

For strong, experienced leadership on City Council vote:

LINDSTRAND, Max opportunities in the context of Gospel values. Quality, Catholic education programming for Grades kindergarten to 12 ensures all students' gifts and talents are celebrated and nurtured through lifelong spiritual and personal experiences.

In a faith-based learning environment, students strive towards excellence in state-of-the-art educational facilities. Opportunities abound in academics, athletics, fine arts, and cultural and leadership programs. Through the efforts of caring and

dedicated staff, students become valuable community members – before and after graduation. "I encourage everyone to get out and vote," said Luisa. "I want to continue to do good work for the education system in Camrose."


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Fiscal Responsibility with a Social Conscience.

- Are we getting the best possible value for our tax dollars? - Does the City provide a customer friendly experience? - Are we actively pursuing the development of a larger industrial base? - Are we doing all we can to become a model for greener, energy efficient cities?

Russell Hawkins is prepared to find the answers and work tirelessly as your next Mayor. Russell is… • A small business owner – an expert in assessing needs versus wants, and at working within a budget. • An experienced home builder – specializing in energy efficiency and a passion for green initiatives. • A farm boy – Russell grew up learning to be both improvisational and innovative. • A community-minded citizen – he is currently serving on the Green Action and Social Development Committees, previously served as co-coordinator of the Rotary Youth Centre (and volunteered 3 months full-time to build it). • The holder of a Diploma in Engineering Technology – combined with previous experience in computer sales and service, Russell offers a deep understanding of the digital world. • A quick learner, who is resourceful and hardworking, Russell wants the opportunity to utilize his experience and attributes towards the continued success of our community.

te VoHAWKINS, Russell

Smith wants to provide opportunities By Dan Jensen

Cheryl Smith wants to help ensure the Battle River School Division is providing the best possible opportunities for the success of all students. "There are exciting changes coming for Alberta students with regard to high school graduation requirements, curriculum and the set up of the whole high school system," said Smith, who will be seeking a fourth consecutive term as the division representative from city of Camrose in the Oct. 21 election. "I would love to be involved in making those

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FOR MAYOR

visit: www.facebook.com/RussellHawkinsformayor Cheryl Smith

The positive reputation of Camrose, the beautiful city in which we live, and our quality of life is no accident It’s taken hard work, conscientious decision-making and a carefully-crafted, well-thought plan. I’ve enjoyed being part of the process and will proudly be your voice on council for the next four years.

Still the right choice!

McIsaac, Ray Camrose Council

available for our Camrose students." Smith believes students are receiving the flexibility for which they have been asking. "There is an ability for them to start choosing their own directions in terms of their interests and their abilities," she said. Smith feels students in smaller cities like Camrose deserve the same choices and opportunities as those in larger centres. "As the vice president of the Alberta School Board Association I have be able to draw attention to rural education issues, which are not the same as those in the city. I have a strong belief that every child deserves the chance to shine, and when they walk through our school doors it is our job to make sure that happens."

Smith would like to see the Battle River School Board make greater efforts to connect with parents and the community in positive and consultative ways. "The community wants to know and has a right to know that our school system is preparing students to be contributing members of society and are successful when they leave our school system," she said. "We are an inclusive public system and we need to find ways to reach all of our families and all of our students. Parents should expect the acknowledgement that they know their children best and that their views are solicited and valued." Smith feels schools need to help students become globally aware through all of the available technology and become responsible citizens in the midst of online influences – capable of thinking through their own ideas and solutions. "We have to ask questions about the impact of some of the things that are out there without taking away from the tremendous advantages that technology provides, because it (technology) really does, particularly in rural areas, open the world to students." Smith said the boundaries of the city schools need to be looked at and conversations had with community and parents to find solutions to the issue of some schools bursting at the seams while others are at less than capacity. "The population has shifted and our schools need to reflect that." A graduate of from the University of Lethbridge with a Bachelor of Education, Smith has served as chair of the Battle River School Division board of trustees for five years and has worked at promoting healthy schools. She and her husband of 34 years, Ian Smith, have seen four children through schools in the city of Camrose.

Council maintains franchise fees at current levels By Dan Jensen

Camrose City council approved a motion at its Sept. 16 meeting to maintain the 2014 franchise fee rates at current levels. FortisAlberta will pay a franchise fee of six per cent, while Atco Gas will pay a fee of 18 per cent for the use of right of ways for utility infrastructure and to compensate the City for costs associated with maintenance of the City's infrastructure. The fees are passed onto the customers. "Utility franchise fees are collected from all util-

ity customers in the City of Camrose," said a report by City financial services general manager Diane Urkow. "Some of these customers are exempt from property taxes. The franchise fee provides approximately $1,317,500 of revenue from a broader user group." Atco Gas has provided a estimate of 2014 revenue of $800,104, which is a $15,104 increase from the 2013 budget of $785,000. FortisAlberta has estimated 2014 revenue at $571,927, which is a $39,427 increase from the 2013 budget of $532,500.

Urkow said while the impact of the increase in franchise fees to the typical household is not significant, any increase can have a more significant increase on non residential users, including health care facilities, schools, local businesses and industries. Rates were last increased in 2012 from 16 to 18 per cent for the natural gas fee and from five to six per cent for the electrical franchise fee. Contract extension Council also authorized administration to negotiate a one-year contract exten-

sion of the current waste collection and disposal program with BFI (Progressive Waste Solutions). "The option to maintain the status quo with the current waste collection system through a one year contract extension was preferred," said City general manager, infrastructure and planning, Wayne Franklin. "This option would allow the existing residential waste collection programs to mature and further provide those residents who have yet to embrace the programs time to adapt to changes

made in the program over the last couple years." Proclamation Council proclaimed the month of October as breast cancer awareness month. Breast cancer is the most common cancer in Canadian women and is a serious disease that will affect 23,800 women, 200 men and their families this year. The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation strives to be an effective advocate, a trusted leader, a respectful partner and a catalyst in creating a future without breast cancer.


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ELECTION 2013

Come try out the new automated voting system! The City of Camrose will be utilizing an electronic voting system for the 2013 Election and would like to provide the electors of Camrose with the opportunity to try out the new system prior to the October 21, 2013 election: Duggan Mall, Center Court, 6601-48 Ave. Thursday, October 3, 2013 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. Need more information? City of Camrose 780-678-3027 kisaak@camrose.ca www.camrose.ca

City of Camrose

Murray Green, Camrose Booster

Jan Edwards served 87 pies at the Camrose United Church pie social on Sept. 22. The church raised money for some new kitchen supplies by selling whole and sliced pies.

Fish and Game issues moose alert The Camrose and District Fish and Game Association is reminding the public that the moose rutting season is underway. Already this year there have been some bad accidents reported. Use extreme caution and watch for moose along the side of the road. As soon as the moose rut is over the deer rut will start.

Notice of Election and Advance Votes and Requirements for Voter Identification

LOCAL AUTHORITIES ELECTION ACT (SECTIONS 35, 46, 53)

LOCAL JURISDICTION (PROVINCE OF ALBERTA): CITY OF CAMROSE BATTLE RIVER REGIONAL DIVISION NO. 31 ELK ISLAND CATHOLIC SEPARATE REGIONAL DIVISION NO. 41 Notice is hereby given that an election will be held for the filling of the following offices: Office(s)

Number of Vacancies

Mayor

One (1)

Councillor

Eight (8)

Public School Trustee City of Camrose Ward

Two (2)

Separate School Trustee Sherwood Park Ward 1 Camrose Electoral Subdivision 2

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Voting will take place on the 21st day of October, 2013 between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. Voting stations will be located in the City of Camrose at: • SPARLING SCHOOL (Gymnasium) 5216-52 Avenue • MIRROR LAKE CENTRE (Auditorium) 5415-49 Avenue • COMMUNITY CENTRE/FIELD HOUSE 4516-54 Street • UNITED CHURCH (Hall) 4829-50 Street *An Elector may vote at ANY ONE of the above voting stations on Election Day. ADVANCE VOTE STATIONS will be held at the CAMROSE FIRE HALL (201 Mount Pleasant Drive, Camrose) on the following dates: • Friday, October 11, 2013 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. • Wednesday, October 16, 2013 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. • Saturday, October 19, 2013 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. *Any Elector may vote at ANY ONE of the above advance voting stations. INSTITUTIONAL VOTE For the convenience of those residents confined to hospitals, lodges and other institutions, a Travelling Institutional Vote will attend the following facilities on October 21, 2013: Bethany Meadows, Deer Meadows, Louise Jensen Care Centre, RoseAlta Lodge, Rosehaven, St. Mary’s Hospital, and Stoney Creek Lodge INCAPACITATED ELECTOR AT HOME Electors who are confined to their residence and are unable to attend a voting station or an advance voting station to vote, may phone City Hall Administration (780-678-3027) on or before Thursday, October 17, 2013 at 4:30 p.m. requesting that their votes be taken at their residence on October 21, 2013. VOTER IDENTIFICATION: In order to vote, you must produce identification for inspection. The identification must be one or more of the following as required by Section 53 of the Local Authorities Election Act: • One piece of photo identification with name and address that is issued by a Canadian government (federal, provincial, or local, or an agency of the government). Examples: Operator’s/Driver’s License; Government photo identification card (for non-drivers). OR • One piece of identification with name and address. Examples: Statement of government benefits; government cheque or cheque stub; utility bills; insurance policy or coverage card. Other authorized identification may be used. The authorized list of identification can be found on the City of Camrose website www.camrose.ca under Election 2013 (Scroll down to “City of Camrose Election Links” to Voter Identification). Dated at the City of Camrose in the Province of Alberta, this 25th day of September, 2013. Kim Isaak, Returning Officer


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Fish and Game completes improvements at Pleasure Island

MLA Verlyn Olson cuts a ribbon at Pleasure Island with the help of Camrose and District Fish and Game president Wayne Harde and fish and pond chair Tom Tomaszewski. By Dan Jensen

The Camrose and District Fish and Game Association celebrated the comple-

tion of improvements at the Pleasure Island Fish Pond Sept. 13. "We graded and grav-

elled the laneway into the pond, planted 40 trees, which will be watered for two years, built a new wheelchair

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ramp to the fishing area, moved and made one outdoor bathroom more accessible for wheelchairs, built and gravelled a walkway to four fishing stations for wheelchair and foot access, and increased the parking areas," said Camrose and District Fish and Game Association fish and pond chairman Tom Tomaszewski. "We also put in large concrete blocks to close off vehicle access in some areas, updated fencing, landscaped and built a rock garden, rebuilt the stairway to the lower level, painted the camp kitchen, installed an eight compartment purple martin house with winch control, and installed a new four- by eight-foot sign." The association received a grant for $18,222 from the Alberta government which it matched with funds, donations and volunteer help. "With the help of Dan

Nicholls of Nicholls Construction, Ernie Pearson from Pearson Excavating and Scott Sitler from Sit & Enjoy Landscaping and many hours of volunteer help from Fish and Game members we are proud of what we have here today," said Tomaszewski. Projects planned by Camrose and District Fish and Game for Pleasure Island in the future include building seven floating platforms for goose nesting, continuing the walkway all around the pond, building new fishing stations, building and putting up new swallow houses, improving the camp kitchen and installing a security camera system. The Camrose and District Fish and Game Association expressed appreciation to Wetaskiwin-Camrose MLA Verlyn Olson for helping make the grant possible.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS SEE THE AUTOMOTIVE SECTION STARTING ON PAGE 19 for more classified ads about cars, trucks, campers, RVs, automotive services and ATVs CAMROSE FALL BUY, SELL, TRADE DAY – Poultry, pigeons, waterfowl and other small animals. Saturday, Oct. 5, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., Liquidation World Parking Lot. CAMROSE WILD ROSE DANCE CLUB dance held first Saturday of every month at Mirror Lake Centre, 5415-49 Ave., Camrose. Oct. 5 band: The Diamonds. Doors open at 7:00 p.m. Dance 8:00 p.m. midnight. Admission: $12 members, $14 non-members. For more information call Lawrence, 780-608-1590 or Evelyn, 780672-4884. CAMROSE COUNTRY OPRY – Next show Sat., Oct. 12, 7:00 p.m., Bailey Theatre. Doors open 6:00 p.m. Featuring: Dennis Hall, Lloyd Hudema, Country Sunshine, Norton Metcalfe Trio. Tickets available at Shoppers Drug Mart, Duggan Mall and Camrose Groves’ Value Drug Mart. Advance: $7; Door: $8. See you AT THE BAILEY! BOOSTER ADS GET RESULTS

PEROGY SUPPER – Sat., Oct. 12, 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m., Round Hill Community Centre. Adults: $12; 6 - 12 yrs.: $6; Under 6: Free. Sponsored by Ukrainian Catholic Parish, Round Hill.

THANK YOU THE FAMILY OF DOT THOMPSON sincerely thanks everyone for their caring and kindness in the loss of our beloved mom and grandma. Your presence at the funeral was such a comfort – thank you for honouring Mom in this way. The messages of sympathy are appreciated so much, as are all the gifts of food, visits, prayers, memorial donations and flowers. We extend special thanks to Burgar Funeral Home, in particular Bart Orr, for your steady guidance and compassion; Rev. Alan Richards, MaryAnn Pastuck, Pastor Norm Lentz and the staff at Birch Cottage for your loving care of Mom. – Virginia and Richard; Harold and Sandy; Christine; Daisy and Bob; Murray and Joyce; and all their families.

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

PETS/PET SUPPLIES BATTLE RIVER VETERINARY SERVICES Practice Limited to Companion Animals Experienced Professionals Providing Quality Care and Service 780-672-6999 5208-51 Avenue, Camrose 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 classified ad. Ph. 780672-3142. YOR K SH I R E / T ERRIER CROSS PUPPIES for sale. Vet checked, second shots and dewormed, $550. Ph. 780877-3988.

TO GIVE AWAY FARM KITTENS to give away. Ph. 780-373-2557.

LOST AND FOUND FOUND – GMC truck key w/remote. Ph. Tamarack Apts., 780-678-2621 (office) or 780221-3443, (cell), Mon. - Fri., 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon.

WANTED WILL ACCEPT OLD VEHICLES, machinery, scrap iron, etc. Car batteries (will pay for). Call 780-672-6917 or 780686-5211.

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

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NEEDING TO FILL fulltime, long term position for bookkeeper in Camrose. Must have computer skills and accounting experience, be organized and a multi-tasker, and a self-motivating team player. Starting wage: $15/hr. with room for growth. Email resumé to: midcityproperty.ca or fax 780672-2608. AIR BRAKE COURSE, CLASS 1 AND 3 DRIVING LESSONS – Now booking fall sessions. For more information, visit camdrivereducation.ca or call 780-672-2131 or 1-877-672-2131. Government licensed and bonded since 1993. BLAZE PLASTICS, a plastic manufacturer in Bawlf, is looking for reliable labourer with valid driver’s license who is willing to work a 40-hour work week. This is a hard, physically demanding position involving trimming of products, loading and unloading of trucks, housekeeping and cooking of tanks. The starting salary is $13.50/hr. Please submit your resumé to: blaze@syban.net or fax to 780-373-3447 LABOURER NEEDED Must have general carpentry skills, Class 5 driver’s license and vehicle. Salary will commensurate with experience. Email resumé to: jjhein@gmail.com WE ARE CURRENTLY HIRING six Labourers and four Carpenters (all levels) for fulltime Mon. - Fri. for the Bawlf School construction site. If interested, please email resumé to: colleen.renwick@amanbuilding. com; fax to 780-467-3513 or drop off at Aman construction site.

MATT’S FRAMING LTD. Now Hiring Framing carpenters with minimum two years’ experience. Wages negotiable. Phone 780-781-5701 YIN YANG WELLNESS CENTRE IS NOW HIRING a Receptionist, three days/wk., advancing to 5 days/wk. Must have a genuine interest in natural health, a keen eye for aesthetic merchandising and promotional material, good communication and administration skills, including computer skills, a professional, positive attitude, be self-motivated, organized and proficient at multi-tasking, be dependable and a nonsmoker. Bring your resumé to: 4819-51 St., Camrose, email to: Cheryl@YinYangWellness.ca or fax to: 780-672-0209.

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. 780-6781847 (cell), Tom. 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 MATT’S FRAMING Residential and Commercial Will frame houses, garages, shops Reasonable rates Call 780-781-5701 for your free estimate McTAVISH DELIVERIES LTD. Local and long distance moving Storage Insured and bonded Where your business is appreciated 780-672-5242, Camrose THE SHIRT OFF MY BACK TAILORING Full alteration and custom sewing service. Tues. - Fri. 10-6, Thurs., 10-8, Sat., 9-4 4937-49 Street, Camrose, AB (East of the Main Post Office) Ph. 780-672-4793 COMPLETE TILING SERVICE Specializing in backsplashes, tub surrounds and all types of wall. Patricia Fielding, Lady Tiler 780-672-3622 TOTAL FOOT CARE, 780-672-3993. Have a specially trained RN visit you. CLEAN & GREEN YARD CARE – Now booking Fall cleanup: Leaves, Eaves, Fall Fertilizer and Hedges. Also booking snow removal. Ph. 780-672-9426. J.D.’s SMALL ENGINE REPAIR, SALES & SERVICE – Ph. 1-780-672-7649.

FOR RENT FOR RENT ADS NOW UPLOADED TO The Camrose Booster Website DAILY! OFFICE SPACE in Camrose business centre. Ph. 780-781-1430 or 780-608-5629. CAMROSE MOOSE HALL FOR RENT Ideal for weddings, banquets, any celebration or special occasion. Call 780-672-2505 GARAGE – 24’ x 24’, Duggan Park area. Clean, dry and secure. Storage only. $200/mo. Ph. 780-678-6163. TWO-BEDROOM MAIN FLOOR suite in four-plex, 6008 Marler Dr. Ph. 780718-1422. ASK ABOUT OUR SPECIAL AT GRAND PARK VILLAGE – Large one and two bedroom suites starting at $650 for one bedroom and $700 for two bedrooms. Hurry! Deals like this won’t last. Call today for a viewing, 780-281-0426 www.firesidepropertygroup.com 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 ASPEN TERRACE Modern, spacious, clean Includes fridge, stove, dishwasher, in-suite washer/dryer Heat, hot water, parking included Pet friendly In quiet surroundings All amenities within walking distance One- and Two-bedroom suites available Call office 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday - Friday 780-672-8681 Visit us on Kijiji COMMERCIAL SPACE FOR RENT - CAMROSE – 4,352 sq. ft. building, large lot, three overhead doors. Ph. 780672-5113. EXCELLENT LOCATION ON MAIN STREET, CAMROSE – Affordable 1,200 sq. ft. commercial space with own bathroom. Ideal for a variety of businesses. $650/mo. includes all utilities. Ph. 780679-2170. 1,100 SQ. FT. FOUR-BEDROOM, three-bath house totally renovated. Clean, dry, modern. Quiet neighbourhood. No pets, smokers or partiers. $1,400/mo. Ph. 780-678-6163. LARGE, PARTIALLY FURNISHED one-bedroom basement suite. $675/mo., utilities included. No pets, no smoking. Now available. Ph. 780672-5118.


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HOUSEHOLD LARGE SAGE GREEN CHESTERFIELD AND CHAIR – Spotless condition, $500 obo. 780-672-2054. GERHARD HEINTZMAN GARRY 42” PIANO with bench, $900. Ph. 780-672-6119. ANTIQUE 1970 LIVING ROOM SET – Carved maplewood. Sofa, loveseat, high-back glider rocker w/ottoman. Needs to be seen. Offers. 780-662-3843. ENTERTAINMENT UNIT – $75. Ph. 780-672-9239. BRAND NEW RECLINING LIFT CHAIR – Brown faux leather. Paid $1,200. Asking $800 obo. 780-439-4374.

MACHINERY SWATHER NO LONGER ‘CUTTING THE MUSTARD?’ Call The Camrose Booster Classifieds, 780-672-3142. 2090 CASE w/loader, grapple/joystick. Ph. 780- 374-2234.

REAL ESTATE 1880 SQ. FT. EXECUTIVE RANCH STYLE HOME on 8.5 acres, seven miles southwest of Killam. Six bedrooms, four bathrooms, two fireplaces, two decks, nine appliances, new oak floors up and carpet down. New bathrooms, counter tops and tile. Mature shelterbelt and professional perennial landscaping. Shop, barn, storage shed, fenced and more! Call Marilyn O’Brien, 780-385-3196. ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A CONDO IN DOWNTOWN CAMROSE? – We have one for sale at Grand Trunk Landing by Mirror Lake for only $234,900. Beautifully updated. This could be your new home! Call 780672-5830.

MISCELLANEOUS PIPE — 1 1/2”, 2 3/8”, 2 7/8”, 3 1/2”, sucker rod 5/8”, 3/4”, 7/8”, plain or scraper type. Other pipe and metal available. 1-800-661-7858. SEE THE AUTOMOTIVE SECTION STARTING ON PAGE 19 for more classified ads about cars, trucks, campers, RVs, automotive services and ATVs SPLIT, SEASONED FIREWOOD, TRUE CORD – Poplar: $200/cord; Spruce/Pine mix: $280/cord; White Birch: $400/cord. Delivery available, can haul four cords at a time. Please call 780-361-8735, 780361-7500. AIR HOCKEY TABLE – 27” x 54” x 32”H. $25 obo. Call 780-672-6616. FINE BRAID 9/16” STEEL CABLE – Approximately 70 ft., $25. 780-672-9493. NEW: B&D DRILL POWERED BAND SAW – $50. 780-679-0300. WESTBURY DRUM SET – Five drums, two cymbals and stool. Hardly used, $500. 780672-6688.

GARAGE SALES 7514-40 AVE. – Fri., Oct. 4 and Sat., Oct. 5, 1:00 - 7:00 p.m. 5507-23A AVE. CLOSE – Thurs., Oct. 3, Fri., Oct. 4: 5 p.m. - 9 p.m., Sat., Oct. 5: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Air Hockey, lawnmower, camping gear, electronics, furniture, etc.

Skiers start training By Murray Green

The Camrose Ski Club is getting active, even though it may take some time to have some snow packed trails. The ski club helps with the Junior Vikings triathletes, Jackrabbits and Track Attack athletes. Tim Wintoniw is the new coach at the ski club and for the Augustana Vikings cross-country ski teams. He won a medal at the Canadian Colleges and the University Nordic Championships as an Augustana Viking. Tim is an active ski racer with Team Canada and is preparing for the 2013 World White Water Rafting Championships in New Zealand in November. For the past three years, Tim has been coaching the top skiers in Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Tim is a passionate and enthusiastic coach. Voksen Vikings is the name of the adult training group (Voksen is the word for adult in Norwegian). The group meets Wednesdays from 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. in the downstairs waxroom of the Stoney Creek Ski Lodge, 5320-40 Avenue. Athletes will start by learning running technique fundamentals and doing some easy jogging. Core strength stability exercises, and an introduction to ski walkingstriding-bounding with ski poles will also be demonstrated. Continued on page 41

NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS Estate of FLORENCE ALBERTA SOCH, who died on May 5, 2013. If you have a claim against this estate, you must file your claim by November 7, 2013, and provide details of your claim with LARRY J. JOHNSON at KNAUT JOHNSON FRANCOEUR LLP, Barristers and Solicitors, 4925-51 Street, Camrose, AB T4V 1S4. If you do not file by the date above, the estate property can lawfully be distributed without regard to any claim you may have.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS

FARMLAND FOR SALE BY TENDER The executors of the Estate of Albert Hills hereby offer the following two parcels of land for sale by tender, subject to the existing reservations on title: Parcel 1: Meridian 4 Range 20 Township 46 Section 12 Quarter North East Excepting thereout all mines and minerals Area: 64.7 Hectares (160 Acres) more or less There are no buildings on this parcel. Parcel 2: Meridian 4 Range 20 Township 46 Section 12 Quarter North West Excepting thereout all mines and minerals Area: 64.7 Hectares (160 Acres) more or less Home site includes 1,340 sq. ft. bungalow and detached garage, older barn and older out buildings, etc. The lands are located approximately three miles south from Camrose Regional Exhibition. The lands are currently subject to a lease for the 2013 crop year. This year’s crop will belong to the lessee. Tenders will be considered for the purchase of both parcels or for individual parcels. Tenders are to be submitted in sealed envelopes marked “Hills Tender” to Scott Farnham at Farnham West Stolee LLP, Barristers and Solicitors, 5016-52 Street, Camrose, Alberta T4V 1V7, on or before 12:00 noon, October 18, 2013, and shall be accompanied with GST number and a cheque payable to Farnham West Stolee LLP in trust for 10 percent of the tender price. No conditional tenders will be accepted and the highest, or any tender, will not necessarily be accepted. Tenders will not be opened in public. The deposits of all unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them by mail. The successful tenderer shall be obligated to complete the purchase on or before November 7, 2013. The 10 percent deposit shall constitute a deposit towards the purchase price. For further information, or to view the property, please contact Penny Hills at 780-672-8371 (days) and 780-679-5642 (evenings).

NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS Estate of LOUIS JOHN GOLKA, who died on February 6, 2013. If you have a claim against this estate, you must file your claim by November 7, 2013, and provide details of your claim to KNAUT JOHNSON FRANCOEUR LLP, Barristers and Solicitors, 4925-51 Street, Camrose, AB T4V 1S4 – ATTENTION: LARRY J. JOHNSON If you do not file by the date above, the estate property can lawfully be distributed without regard to any claim you may have.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS Estate of DIANE LYNN TCHIR, who died on September 5, 2013. If you have a claim against this estate, you must file your claim by 5:00 p.m., Friday, November 8, 2013, and provide details of your claim with ROBERT KEOHANE, Round Hill, Alberta. Phone 780-672-7370. If you do not file by the date above, the estate property can lawfully be distributed without regard to any claim you may have.

Estate of STUART GUNN BAILEY, who died on May 3, 2013. If you have a claim against this estate, you must file your claim by November 7, 2013, and provide details of your claim with LARRY J. JOHNSON at KNAUT JOHNSON FRANCOEUR LLP, Barristers and Solicitors, 4925-51 Street, Camrose, AB T4V 1S4. If you do not file by the date above, the estate property can lawfully be distributed without regard to any claim you may have.

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NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS Estate of KATHLEEN AMANDA PHILLIPS, who died on July 3, 2013. If you have a claim against this estate, you must file your claim by November 7, 2013, and provide details of your claim to KNAUT JOHNSON FRANCOEUR LLP, Barristers and Solicitors, 4925-51 Street, Camrose, AB T4V 1S4 – ATTENTION: LARRY J. JOHNSON If you do not file by the date above, the estate property can lawfully be distributed without regard to any claim you may have.

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

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MATURE, FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED to share basement suite, $350/mo. All appliances and utilities included. Reference required. 780- 672-9161. MAIN FLOOR – Threebedroom, 1.5 baths. Available Oct. 11. $1,100/mo. plus half utilities, along w/deposit. Ph. 780-888-2600. SHORT-TERM RENTAL, NOV. 1 - APR. 30 – Furnished two-bedroom, upstairs of house. $750/mo. includes utilities, WiFi, satellite TV and laundry. No kids, pets or smokers. 780- 608-6187. TAMARACK PLACE – Senior friendly community, smoke and pet-free. Features a social room, elevator and on-site manager. We are now accepting applications for our two-bedroom suites. All suites contain five appliances, including in-suite washer and dryer. Office hours: Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon. Ph. 780678-2621. THREE-BEDROOM HOUSE – Double attached garage, finished basement, main floor laundry. Nice family neighbourhood. $1,600/mo. plus DD and utilities. No smoking, no partiers. Reference required. Ph. 780-672-6200.

WOW! GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY – Beautiful newer four-suite building in a quiet part of town. Live in one; rent the others. Ultra low maintenance, energy efficient, spare lot for future development. May consider house as part trade. Won’t last long! Ph. 780- 608-3131.

CLASSIFIED ADS (Continued)

Mail to: Classified Ad Department, Camrose Booster Ltd. 4925-48 Street, Camrose, AB T4V 1L7 Fax: 780-672-2518 Email: ads@camrosebooster.com


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It’s nice when you discover the job is as good as the coffee Petrofield Industries, the Leader in manufacturing Hydrovac trucks, is accepng resumés for the following posions:

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Bayou Perma-Pipe Canada, Ltd. is a joint venture between The Bayou Companies, Inc. (Bayou) and Perma-Pipe, Inc; a pipe coating and insulation facility located in Camrose, Alberta. In addition to a full range of anti-corrosion coatings, we are a dynamic and growing supplier of factory pre-insulated piping systems to the oil and gas industry. We are currently recruiting for a

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for our Camrose facility. RESPONSIBILITIES • Read and interpret electrical, mechanical and architectural drawings and electrical code specifications to determine wiring layouts • Cut, thread, bend, assemble and install conduits and other types of electrical conductor enclosures and fittings • Test electrical systems and continuity of circuits in electrical wiring, equipment, and fixtures • Maintain accurate and up-to-date maintenance records • Ensure all work performed adheres to all relevant organizational, provincial and federal safety regulations, codes and specifications • Other duties as required SKILLS • Minimum Grade 12 Diploma • Currently enrolled as 1st or 2nd year Electrical Apprentice • 1-2 years’ experience This position offers a competitive salary and benefits package. Please submit your resumé referencing Electrician to: careers@bayoupermapipe.com Fax 877-208-9942 We thank you for your interest in joining the BPPC team; however only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

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• Food Service Supervisors, full-time / shift work, minimum 1 to 2 years’ industry experience, $13.00 per hour plus benefits • Food Counter Attendants, full-time / shift work, no experience necessary, $11.00 per hour plus benefits

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Now Hiring

Ski teams start training Continued from page 40

Register on the Camrose Ski Club website www.camroseskiclub.com/ to train together with other adults, in a group workout. It is ideal for skiers, who want to improve their ski technique and their skiing fitness, to prepare to ski long distances on the trails. The Junior Vikings Track Attack Club is open to all youth who are interested in getting started in crosscountry skiing. Tim Wintoniw, Les Parsons, Mark Eggink, Morten Asfeldt, Jeff Humphrey, Rob Heie and Augustana skiers will be leading the sessions. Dry land has just started, so it is not too late to join. Skiing will start when there is enough snow on the grass trails and will end when the snow becomes marginal. Youth from nine to 15 can contact Mark at meggink@telusplanet.net or call 780-672-3234. Those 15 to 18 should phone Les. For more information on cross-country skiing contact Les Parsons at lesparsonsgreen@yahoo.ca or call 780691-6912.

Are you looking for a job that makes a difference? Habitat for Humanity Camrose ReStore is currently seeking a mature and responsible Sales Associate on a full-time basis (40 hours/week). ReStore is a retail outlet open to the public offering high quality new and used building materials, appliances, and home furnishings that have been generously donated. Sales from ReStore ensure every dollar donated to Habitat for Humanity Camrose goes directly into building homes for hardworking families in our community and in the developing world. Qualifications for Sales Associate: · Excellent customer service, cash handling, and phone skills · Experience in retail (merchandising and stocking) and knowledge of building materials · Physically fit (job requires lifting) · Available for several shifts per week, Tuesday through Saturday · Police information check and valid driver’s license · Must be comfortable driving a large cube van · Must be comfortable operating light machinery (skid steer, forklift) after training is provided

Recreation Coordinators Providence Place Daysland is looking to add more staff to our great team! Facility – 81 suite full service seniors’ supportive living level 3, rentals and life lease apartments in Daysland. Responsibilities – You must have the ability to work, and plan activities with residents. Qualifications – Must be very motivated. Like working with seniors, and the public. Very team oriented. Experience is an asset, or having the recreation course. Submit Resumé – Attention Jay Adams, fax 780-374-2529, email providence.place@hotmail.com, or in person at 6120-51 Avenue, Daysland Deadline for applications is October 7, 2013.

Wage is negotiable based on qualifications and experience. Apply by October 5, 2013 by submitting your resumé at ReStore (5007-46 Street) or via email to restore@habitatcamrose.com. We thank all applicants for their interest, but are only able to contact individuals selected for an interview.

REAL ESTATE ASSISTANT REQUIRED AT BUSY LAW FIRM IN CAMROSE

HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE WORKER Carillion Alberta is currently seeking permanent full-time and seasonal Highway Maintenance Workers for the Killam, Viking, and Camrose areas. Job duties may include but are not limited to: Operating a snowplow truck, cracksealing, highway inspection, sign and guardrail repairs, gravel, sand or asphalt hauling, paving, etc. Shift-work and the ability to respond 24/7 during winter months will be required. Applicants must have a valid Class 3 driver’s license with air endorsement, grade ten education or higher. Preferred applicants will have construction and/or hauling experience and a Class 1 driver’s license. Carillion offers competitive wages and benefits. Carillion maintains a substance abuse policy. Please email or fax applications to: Carillion Canada Inc., Attention: Dwight Rewega Fax: 780-632-5060 Email: drewega@carillionalberta.ca

Real estate transactions are an important component of our law firm. As a successful applicant for this position, you will be responsible for important real estate and mortgage legal documentation for clients buying or selling residential, commercial, acreage and farm property. Keen attention to detail is imperative. We offer a competitive or better salary and an attractive benefits package. Please respond in writing, citing your education, related experience and references to the attention of Wayne Throndson, Q.C., fax 780-672-4707, email throndson@camroselaw.com.

100, 4918-51 Street, Camrose, AB T4V 1S3


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Clinic Staff Required THE SMITH CLINIC HAS OPENINGS FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS: • Casual relief for Reception, Medical Office Assistant, LPN shifts • Maternity Coverage for LPN providing support to specialist • Full-time opportunity for LPN providing support to specialist • Full-time contract position for RN utilizing nursing, leadership, and technical skills to implement and oversee screening and prevention program. Please submit your résumé in confidence to Heidi Marcin, Clinic Manager. The Smith Clinic is an equal opportunity employer.

Smith Clinic 1-6601-48 Avenue, Camrose, AB T4V 3G8

Camrose Family Literacy Facilitator 10 to 12 hours per week (Sept. to April) Starting October 2013 Duties: • Deliver Family Literacy Programs in homes and groups Qualifications: • Degree or Certificate in Early Child Development, Education, Health or related field is highly recommended • Strong interest and knowledge about children and early childhood development • Experience in facilitating adult groups • Strong oral and written communication skills • Strong teamwork and interpersonal skills with adults and children • Must be able to produce Child Welfare check and Police Record check with Vulnerable Persons clause • Own transportation Closing date October 11, 2013 Please email resumé to Lynne at famlit@camroselearning.com or drop off in office mailbox located at 4707-56 Street, Camrose

ELECTRICIANS

Community Electric Ltd. is currently accepting applications for Apprentices and Journeyman Electricians for work in Camrose as well as out of town work. Please fax resumé to 780-672-2360 or email to conniek@celelectric.com.

Bayou Perma-Pipe Canada, Ltd., is a joint venture between The Bayou Companies, Inc. (Bayou) and Perma-Pipe, Inc; a pipe coating and insulation facility located in Camrose, Alberta. We are a dynamic, growing, global supplier of factory pre-insulated piping systems to the oil and gas, district heating and cooling and industrial markets. We are currently recruiting for the position of

THIRD OR FOURTH YEAR APPRENTICE MILLWRIGHT OR JOURNEYMAN MILLWRIGHT

Responsibilities: • Perform repairs and preventative maintenance tasks on pipe coating equipment and controls, material handling and storage equipment, and other plant systems • Operate machine tools such as lathes, grinders, and welders to fabricate parts required during overhaul, maintenance, or set up of machinery • Ability to troubleshoot electrical related machine problems and work with maintenance and production team members to ensure uptime and limit downtime • Read blueprints, diagrams and schematic drawings to determine work procedures • Ability to participate as needed in the installation of entirely new or re-located lines with regard to piping, air equipment, water and hydraulics • Work in a team environment and follow all health and safety regulations Qualifications: • Journeyman Certificate • Currently enrolled in a interprovincial certification as a Millwright • 3 years’ experience in a manufacturing environment • On-call flexibility If you are looking for a stable, positive work environment with an excellent benefit package, please forward your resumé referencing Millwright to: BPPC, Ltd. 5233-39 Street Camrose, AB T4V 4R5 Fax 877-208-9942 Email: careers@bayoupermapipe.com We thank you for your interest in joining the BPPC team; however only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

JOB FAIR! EVRAZ Camrose is currently hiring for the following positions:

LABOURERS JOURNEYMAN MILLWRIGHTS, ELECTRICANS, WELDERS and HEAVY DUTY MECHANICS We will be hosting a Job Fair on October 3, 2013 at the Super 8 Motel in Camrose (4710-73 Street) and will be conducting interviews from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

In our effort to provide even more original local news you can’t get anywhere else, we are expanding our news department by one or more part-time Reporters / Feature Writers to cover news events and write feature stories on assignment. Some evening work may be necessary. Stories will be in the range of 500 to 700 words in length. Flat rate of $75.00 per assignment. Candidates must be fully literate, accurate and able to provide their own transportation. Camera gear will be provided if necessary. This position is ideal for retired or semi-retired individuals, Augustana students or people who want to become more engaged in our wonderful community. Please apply in writing to: Blain Fowler, Publisher Camrose Booster Ltd. 4925-48 Street, Camrose, AB T4V 1L7 or email news@ camrosebooster.com

Evraz Camrose offers attractive starting wages plus bonus opportunities, as well as an excellent benefit and pension package. Applicants need to be at least 18 years of age, safety conscious, able to work shift work and overtime, and be able to perform some heavy lifting. All selected applicants will need to attend and pass a physical assessment, as well as drug and alcohol screening arranged by EVRAZ Camrose.

Electricians Wanted RJV EIS is currently hiring

Journeyman & Apprentice Electricians for industrial skid wiring Competitive rate and benefits Please send your resumé to: careers@rjvscada.com or apply in person to 5129-52 Avenue, Vegreville, AB T9C 1M2 Attention: Keith Hayduk or Randy Horon

Expanding company wants you!

Grader, Cat and Hoe Operators

Wanted for work in Camrose/Edmonton area. Excellent chances for advancement. Superior wages and benefits for experienced talent. Fax resumé to 780-672-9255 or email caburn@hotmail.ca


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Chief Financial Officer

Ross Agri, a well-established, progressive company in central Alberta, is accepng applicaons for the posion of Chief Financial Officer. Ross Agri holds the Imperial Oil lubricant franchise in central Alberta, and also runs a propane delivery, and trucking business. It is also a distributor for Meridian bins. The head office is located in the beauful city of Camrose, approximately 80 km south-east of Edmonton. Posion Descripon As a key member of the management team, and trusted advisor to the shareholders, the chief financial officer plays a strategic role in the overall management of the company. The CFO is responsible for the accounng and financial operaons of the company, including planning/forecasng, day-to-day operaons, and on-going reporng. Responsibilies: Working with the management team, the CFO will prepare and update the annual business plan and evaluate and advise on new projects and strategic direcons. The CFO will oversee the operaons of the accounng department, including payables, receivables, payroll, benefits, cash flow, bank reconciliaons, inventory control, and preparaon of year end working papers. The CFO will report on a regular weekly, monthly, and yearly basis to the management team and shareholders and any other me informaon is requested. The CFO will also prepare monthly financial reports for financial instuons and government authories, as required. Educaon and Experience Required: • Post secondary degree in Accounng • Accounng designaon or near compleon (CMA, CGA) • 5 years’ related experience; equivalent combinaon of educaon and experience will also be considered • Must be legally eligible to work in Canada without sponsorship Knowledge and Skills Required: • Strong technical accounng skills • Advanced Microso” Excel skills • Excellent verbal and wri•en communicaon skills • Well-developed analycal and problem solving skills and the ability to exercise sound judgement and make decisions based on accurate and mely analyses • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate effecvely across all levels of the organizaon and with staff at remote locaons • Goal oriented and a good team player • Ability to work independently under minimal supervision • High level of integrity and dependability Please send resumÊ to Mark Van Berkel, email address markvb@rossagri.ca

3838-47 Avenue, Camrose Phone 780-672-2529

IS HIRING!

Evraz Camrose Works is accepting applications for

JOURNEYMAN MILLWRIGHTS, ELECTRICIANS, WELDERS and HEAVY DUTY MECHANICS

to work at our pipe making facility in Camrose, Alberta. Individuals must be at least 18 years of age, safety conscious, able to work overtime and shift work, and able to perform some heavy lifting. We offer an attractive starting wage plus bonus opportunities, as well as an excellent benefit and pension package. All selected applicants will be required to attend and pass a physical assessment, as well as drug and alcohol screening arranged by EVRAZ Camrose. Wages start at $36.45/hr plus shift premiums, cost of living allowance (COLA) as well as a performance and attendance bonuses. Applications must be completed in person at the Human Resources office. EVRAZ Camrose Works 5302-39 Street Camrose, Alberta We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Your Career

GROWS HERE

Are you interested in working for Canada’s most recognized brand? Canadian Tire in Camrose is hiring!

AUTOMOTIVE MANAGER

We are looking for that special individual to lead our automotive service and parts departments, who wants to have all the benefits of running his/her own business without the cash layout or risk. Build your team and the business with all the tools at your disposal. We are looking for that person who wants to build on or continue a career in the automotive field, not just someone in it for the short-term. Remuneration package includes competitive salary, benefits, staff discount and profit-sharing.

WAREHOUSE SUPERVISOR

We are presently seeking an energetic and reliable person to lead our warehouse and receiving team. Must be physically fit, computer literate, detail oriented and wishing to build a career as a valuable member of our team. Remuneration package includes competitive salary, benefits, staff discount and profit-sharing.

Full-time PARTS COUNTER / TIRE TECHNICIAN

As our automotive departments continue to grow and with the winter season soon to be upon us, we are looking for experienced personnel to fill these very important positions. Reliable, customer service oriented, and physically fit individuals who desire to work in a team environment without individuality being suppressed are who we are looking for. Competitive wages and benefits package are offered. To apply for any of these positions, please drop off your resumĂŠ to the attention of Todd Cochrane, general manager.

BIRTHS To Ruth and Leonard

Tschetter, of Camrose, on Sept. 17, a son. To Jessica Badry and Jeremy Howie, of Camrose, on Sept. 18, a son. To Sheralyn and Ty McNalley, of Camrose, on Sept. 18, a son. To Madeleine and Calvin Lindstrom, of Fenn, on Sept. 20, a daughter. To Keneisha and Fabian Parris-Lowe, of Camrose, on September 20, a son. To Melinda Detta and Mario Gomes, of Round Hill, on September 21, a daughter.

DEATHS Kathleen "Kay" Reist,

of Camrose (formerly Daysland), on September 22, at 83 years of age. Deanna McNabb, of Camrose (formerly Forestburg), on September 23, at 57 years of age. B.H. "Berdie" Fowler, of Camrose, on September 24, at 93 years of age. Lorne Lemay, of Camrose, on September 24, at 60 years of age.

The Camrose Family Resource Centre – A Parent Link is seeking a dynamic individual to fill the following position:

Early Childhood Program Facilitator This part-time position (21 hours) will include: • Facilitation and development of Early Childhood playgroups in the City of Camrose, and the Counties of Camrose, Flagstaff and Beaver. • Ability to work flexible hours. • Provide family support and/or referrals. • Supervision of the indoor playground. • Parent workshop development and implementation. • Provide screening using the Ages and Stages Developmental tool. • Maintaining accurate statistics within the Family Resource Centre guidelines. Qualifications include: • Diploma in Early Childhood Development, social services, or equivalent training and experience. • Ability to work with parents and children from different backgrounds. • Presentation and workshop skills • Working knowledge of the community and resources. • Highly developed interpersonal/communication skills. • Able to work independently. • First Aid and CPR certification required. • CWIS check and criminal record check required. • Valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle required. This position is a term position until August 31, 2014, with an excellent chance of extension. Please submit a resumÊ by October 11, to: Laurie Jansen, Director Camrose Family Resource Centre Association #3 Community Centre 4516-54 Street Camrose, AB T4V 4W7 Fax to 780-672-2833 We thank all those who apply but only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.


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2013 Shutdown Laborers/Janitors Temporary employment from approximately end of September until beginning of December. Starting wage for Janitorial is $16.50 and the Labor rate is $17.50 There will be day/night shifts. Accepting resumés until October 11, 2013. Must be reliable, physically fit and 18 years of age. ATCO Power, Battle River Generating Station Forestburg, Alberta

www.camrose.ca 780-672-4426

Please send resumé Fax: 780-582-8175 Attention Sherry Andre Email: Sherry.Andre@atcopower.com Magic Maintenance Supervisor Battle River Generating Station (office) 780-582-8153 or (security) 780-582-2185

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES Are you passionate about your community? Consider volunteering for a Commission, Board or Committee! The City of Camrose is seeking adult residents to serve as Members at Large on the following Commissions, Boards, and Committees (commencing January, 2014). Camrose Police Commission (2) The Camrose Police Commission oversees the Police Service by allocating funds that are provided by Council, establishing policies, issue instructions, as necessary to the Police Chief in respect to the policies and to ensure that sufficient persons are employed for the Police Services for the purposes of carrying out the functions of the Police Service. The Camrose Police Commission meets monthly. Camrose Airport Commission (2) The Airport Commission is a advisory body to Council that monitors the management, operation and maintenance of the Camrose Airport. The Commission makes recommendations pertaining to funding applications, airport improvements, safety and optimum usage of the airport. The Commission meets monthly. Subdivision and Development Appeal Board (1) The Subdivision and Development Appeal Board makes decisions on subdivision and development appeals in accordance with the Municipal Government Act and Subdivision and Development Appeal Board Bylaw. The Board meets on an as required basis. Committee / Board Legend Cultural / Social Planning / Infrastructure Environmental Quasi Judicial

A-1 RENTALS

Camrose Public Library Board (2 and 1 student) The Camrose Public Library Board is responsible for providing an excellent library service to the City of Camrose and surrounding area. The Public Library Board meets monthly. Residents of Camrose County are eligible to apply. Camrose Green Action Committee (2) The Camrose Green Action Committee is a continuing Committee of City Council established to serve as a “think tank” to generate proposals aimed at improving Camrose as a “green community”, to research “environmental best practices”, to act as an education function by informing citizens of Camrose of prudent environmental practices and to provide Council with recommendations for green action. Camrose Youth are eligible to apply. Community Transit Advisory Committee – NEW (Up to 7) The Community Transit Advisory Committee is an advisory body to Council that will act as a Steering Committee for future Transit Assessments and needs. The Committee will follow up on the recommendations written by the Community Transportation Advisory Committee on transit models and options. The Committee shall hold meetings on a monthly basis or as deemed necessary.

Delivery Drivers needed •

Experienced Fab Shop Welder • •

A-1 SUPPLY Looking for experienced

Counter People • Willing to train the right person • Paying top wages • Excellent benefits package Email resumé, stating job applying for, to Nicole@bowrayneholdings.com or fax to 780-672-0797

Fax: 780-672-2469 OR Email: kisaak@camrose.ca OR In person at Mirror Lake Centre, 5415-49 Avenue, Camrose

Employment Opportunity AQUATICS CASHIER - CASUAL

FUNCTIONS: • Cashier, registrations, and data entry; • Public relations and customer service, including in-person and over the phone; • Promotion of Aquatic programs. QUALIFICATIONS: • Excellent communication and customer service skills; • Experience handling cash; • Knowledge and experience in Microsoft Word and Excel. HOURS OF WORK: As a casual position, the hours of work are on an as-required basis and typically include Friday afternoons, week-ends and occasional coverage during the week. Dayshift availability is a definite asset. HOURLY WAGE: $12.63 per hour. APPLICATIONS: Individuals interested in this position are invited to submit a cover letter and resumé to the address below or in person at the Aquatic Centre by Friday, October 11, 2013 at 4:30 p.m. We appreciate and consider all applications; however, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. City of Camrose, Attention: Aquatics Director aquatic@camrose.ca Phone: (780) 672-9909 Fax: (780) 672-4915 www.camrose.ca

Able to work unsupervised to complete tasks in a timely manner Must be a punctual, detail-minded worker who can work independently or as a team Great pay and benefits! Email resumé, stating job applying for, to Nicole@bowrayneholdings.com or fax to 780-672-0797

Make a Difference! For more information on the appointment process and to obtain an application form, visit www.camrose.ca or contact City Hall at 780-672-4426. Please submit applications via

The City of Camrose is seeking a highly motivated, energetic and reliable individual with a strong aptitude in customer service to join our Aquatics team as a casual Cashier to support the administrative operation of the Aquatic Centre and to assist the public regarding aquatic program information.

Aquatics Centre Location: 5600-44 Ave., Camrose Mailing Address: 5204-50 Ave., Camrose, AB T4V 0S8

Must have valid driver’s license and good work ethic Great pay and benefits! Email resumé to Nicole@bowrayneholdings.com or fax to 780-672-0797

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Seeking F/T Office Admin

Excellent communication skills At least 2 years’ bookkeeping experience w/QuickBooks, excellent Microsoft experience Provide good customer service when needed, on phone and in person Great pay and benefits! Email resumé, stating job applying for, to Nicole@bowrayneholdings.com or fax to 780-672-0797

A-1 PORTABLES Delivery Driver in Fort MacMurray

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Mechanically inclined Valid driver’s license Punctual and willing to work Great pay and benefits! Email resumé, stating job applying for, to Nicole@bowrayneholdings.com or fax to 780-672-0797


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Cooper shuts door on Kodiaks By Murray Green

The Calgary Canucks scored twice in the first period and hung on for the rest of the game on Sept. 23. For the second time in three days Canucks' goalie Colin Cooper stole two points away from the Camrose Kodiaks with his brilliant saves. Cooper made all 52 saves to earn a 2-0 shut out, despite Camrose outshooting the Canucks 25-3 in the third period and 52-20 in total. Calgary scored twice within four minutes to provide enough offence. Camrose netminder Devin McDonald made eight of 10 saves before Matt Zentner was sent in to turn away all 10 shots he faced. The Kodiaks picked up their second win of the regular season with a 2-0 victory over the Drayton Valley Thunder on Sept. 21. This time the Kodiaks collected two tallies within four minutes in the first period to pull out the win. Josh Smith, on a power play, and Cam Gotaas added single markers for the two points. Zentner turned away all 24 shots fired in his direction. In the first outing against the Canucks, Camrose out shot them 8-2 in the first period and 31-21, but lost a tough 3-2 decision. Gotaas scored 17 seconds into the contest. After three straight Calgary goals, Camrose connected on a power play late in the third to pull within one. Scott Ferguson scored, but had some help from Dallas Bergstrom and Ryan Huolt. Cooper shone with 29 out of 31 saves for the Canucks. McDonald stopped 18 of 21 shots in the Camrose net. The next home game for the Kodiaks is on Oct. 5 when the Okotoks Oilers are in the Rose City for a 7 p.m. game.

Late goal helps Kings nip Vikings By Murray Green

Not only are the Red Deer Kings hockey team back in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Association, they are ready to take on the best teams head on. After a scoreless opening period, Red Deer broke the deadlock with a Jeff Archibald marker with just over a minute left in the middle frame. The Augustana Vikings fought back when Craig Cornelsen finished a scoring play. However, the momentum came to an abrupt halt when Red Deer's Patrick Martens netted a shot just 16 seconds later. The game ended with the Kings on top 2-1 at the EnCana Arena on Sept. 25 to open the regular season.

Bayou Perma-Pipe Canada, Ltd., is a joint venture between The Bayou Companies, Inc. (Bayou) and Perma-Pipe, Inc; a pipe coating and insulation facility located in Camrose, Alberta. We are a dynamic, growing, global supplier of factory pre-insulated piping systems to the oil and gas, district heating and cooling and industrial markets. We are currently recruiting for:

GENERAL LABOURERS

We are looking for reliable, dependable, physically fit individuals who are willing to work as part of a team. Individuals must be willing and able to work shift work, and nights. We offer competitive wages, RRSP and benefit package. Please submit your resumé to referencing Labour to: careers@bayoupermapipe.com Fax 877-208-9942 We thank you for your interest in joining the BPPC team; however, only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

Currently Seeking Full-time Housekeeping Supervisor Position includes, but is not limited to, hiring, training, scheduling, checking rooms, ordering of supplies and maintaining organization throughout the hotel’s common areas and storage closets. A strong candidate will have a minimum of two years’ experience in a housekeeping or janitorial position and/or some supervisory experience in a related field or other industry. Experience is not required, we will train the right person possessing strong communication and organizational skills. Must possess the ability to be a self-motivator and take direction well. Position is predominantly Monday-Tuesday off or Thursday-Friday off with option of one weekend off per month. Competitive salary negotiable and medical package included.

INSIDE SALES POSITION AVAILABLE

The Soap Stop is looking for a friendly, outgoing professional who loves to provide exceptional service to our valued customers. The successful candidate will work Monday to Friday with a once-amonth Saturday. The position requires a physically fit individual who is capable of lifting up to 75 lb. We offer an above-average wage, health benefit plan and a great working environment. If this describes you, and you want to work for a company that cares for its customers and employees, please submit a resumé to Greg Grose on or before October 15, 2013. Janitorial and Industrial Cleaning Supplies

Forward resumés to Dawn Anderson Email: danderson@ camroseresortcasino.com or via fax: 780-679-4962 No phone calls please.

LABOURERS NEEDED

Shaw Pipe Protection is in need of hard working and dedicated individuals to fill the positions of labourers in their Camrose Pipe Coating Facilities. Start rate is $22.75 - $22.85 per hour. Upon completion of the probationary period the rate will increase to $23.55 - $23.76. Shaw Pipe Protection also offers an excellent benefit and pension plan.

A Division of Shelquinn Holdings (1981) Ltd.

5011-46 St., Camrose, AB T4V 3G3 Office Ph. 780-672-1780 Fax 780-672-1786

Part-time employment opportunity at Harley’s Liquor Store – Weekdays, Evenings and Weekends

SALES CLERKS

Duties: • Cashier, Customer Service, Inventory and more

Salary will be based on experience. Successful applicants must be self-motivated, a team player, with a friendly, outgoing personality, and be neat in appearance.

If you are a hard working person willing to work overtime, have a good attitude and can work shift work we would like to hear from you. Applicants must be 18 years of age. Applicants are required to complete a written test and company arranged drug and alcohol screen, medical, physical fitness test and criminal background check. Shaw Pipe Protection Limited 5410 - 39th Street Camrose, Alberta T4V 4P4 Fax: (780) 679-6423 E-mail: hrrecruitmentcam@shawpipe.ca No telephone calls accepted. Thank you for your interest in Shaw Pipe but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Please forward your resumé with references Email: Fax: Deliver:

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

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Come Join Our Family

Line Cook

Highly organized, customer service driven and committed to quality, efficiency and safety, you need to be quick, take pride in work well done and be willing to learn. Let us know why you’re an ideal candidate for any of the above positions by applying in person to Kelly or Tony at: East Side Mario’s #600, 7300-48 Avenue, Camrose, AB

Augustana goalie Joel Danyluk gave the Vikings a chance to win by playing well in net. He stopped 47 of 49 shots on a busy night. The Vikings generated 29 shots at the Red Deer cage.

The Vikings host the Briercrest Clippers in a two-game series on Oct. 4 and 5. The first game is at 7:30 p.m. and the rematch is at 2 p.m. in the EnCana Arena.

IS HIRING!

Evraz Camrose Works is accepting applications for Camrose Booster

October 1 & 8, 2013 LABOURERS Classified Display

to work at our pipe making in Camrose, Alberta. Individuals 2 col =facility 3.6795 “ must be at least 18 years of age, safety conscious, able to work overtime and shift work, and able to perform some heavy lifting. We offer an attractive starting wage plus bonus opportunities, as well as an excellent benefit and pension package. All selected applicants will be required to attend and pass a physical assessment, as well as drug and alcohol screening arranged by EVRAZ Camrose. Wage ranges are as follows: First 120 days: $21.26 - $25.14 4 months – 1 year: $23.92 - $28.28 After 1 year: $26.98 - $31.89 All above wages also receive shift premiums, cost of living allowance (COLA) as well as a performance and attendance bonuses. Applications must be completed in person at the Human Resources office. EVRAZ Camrose Works 5302-39 Street Camrose, Alberta We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


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

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City of Camrose and Camrose County

2013 HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE ROUND-UP

Friday, October 4 – 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Saturday, October 5 – 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Location: Public Works Yards, 4202-51 Ave., Camrose City of Camrose Public Works Dep’t. – Phone 780-672-5513 Now is the opportunity to clean out all those half-empty containers that may be dangerous if dumped down the drain, poured on the ground, or even sent to the Camrose Landfill. Every householder uses products in the house and garden containing chemicals that are hazardous when disposed of improperly. Mixed together in landfills, these chemicals can be dangerous – to the workers and to the environment. Camrose Household Hazardous Waste Round-Up will be held on Friday, October 4 and Saturday, October 5, 2013 at the PUBLIC WORKS YARDS. Keep your materials in their original containers. If the container is broken or cracked, place it inside a leak-proof package and label it. If you discover jars or cans of unidentified chemicals, take them to the Round-Up and tell a staff person you are unsure of the contents. Any container that cautions about careful use of the product or disposal of the container should be included in the Hazardous Waste Round-Up. All the materials collected at the Hazardous Waste Round-Up will be collected, classified, manifested, packed and transported by trained personnel and taken to the Alberta Special Waste Management Facility near Swan Hills where the waste will be taken for proper treatment and disposal. The cost of treatment will be borne by Alberta Environment. Your cooperation and support of the Camrose Household Hazardous Waste Round-Up is most appreciated. Examples of typical - Adhesives - Aerosols - Ammonia - Art supplies - Bleach - Barbecue starter

household hazardous wastes are: - Metal polish - Cleaning fluids - Oven cleaner - Disinfectants - Pesticides - Drain cleaners - Pharmaceuticals - Flea powder - Photography - Herbicides chemicals - Insecticides

- Rodent poison - Solvents - Swimming pool chemicals - Waxes - Wood preservatives

NOTICE OF DEVELOPMENT PERMITS ISSUED

Take notice that the following Development Permits for the proposed uses listed below have been approved by the City of Camrose Development Authority, under the provision of Bylaw #2567/07, the Land Use Bylaw of the City of Camrose. The development permits have been approved SUBJECT TO THE RIGHT OF APPEAL TO THE SUBDIVISION AND DEVELOPMENT APPEAL BOARD. Any person wishing to appeal an approval may do so by serving a written notice of appeal and the REQUIRED FEE to the Secretary, Subdivision and Development Appeal Board, 5204-50 Avenue, Camrose (telephone: 780.672.4426) within 14 days after the date of this notice. Further information regarding these Development Permits may be 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 (telephone: 780.678.3044). Permit # Land Description Civic Address Development Plan Block Lot DP3773 6657AB 1X -City Cemetery Storage building in maintenance compound DP3775 8720915 01 43 4802-55 Avenue Variance of side yard setback on detached garage DP3776 1967TR 18 03 5805-42 Avenue Variance of side yard setback on detached garage DP3777 5934S 07 13 5216-53 Street Variance of side yard setback on detached garage DP3778 1320804 04 09 3705-47 Avenue Industrial shop with office space DP3779 0827427 15 9&10 7206 & 7208-38 Ave. Residential duplex split DP3780 0827427 15 5&6 7106 & 7108-38 Ave. Residential duplex split DP3781 0840439 04 88 5704-24 Ave. Close Single family dwelling with attached garage FP2013090 0726953 17 02 7601-41 Avenue Fence FP2013091 0321782 02 11 4904-39 Street Fence FP2013092 2667RS 15 38 5620-Marler Drive Fence

EQUIPMENT FOR SALE

The City of Camrose has the following equipment for sale. The equipment and bid forms are located at the Public Works Department (4202-51 Avenue). Closing date for all bids will be Tuesday, October 15 at 2:00 p.m. Any or all units for which your bids are accepted must be paid for and picked up by Tuesday, October 22, 2013. The highest or any bid will not necessarily be accepted. All purchases are AS IS, WHERE IS. Any further information or questions, please contact Doug Campbell, Director of Purchasing/Fleet Maintenance Safety at the Public Works Department – 780-672-5513. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28.

2008 Marathon Kera 145 HD Tar Kettle, 2700 hours 2008 Marathon Crack Router, 1500 hours 2002 Ford 1 Ton Truck c/w box and hoist, 61,000 km 2010 Ford Crown Victoria, 145,500 km 1999 Ford E150 Cargo Van, 117,000 km 2005 Grasshopper 721D mower, 2025 hours 1996 GMC ½ Ton Ext. Cab, 146,500 km 2001 Chev ½ Ton Ext. Cab, 116,000 km Hotsy 1260 steamer Toro Model 687 3-pt. hitch aerator ESAB plasma cutter Delta table saw John Deere TRS32 snowblower John Bean tank sprayer Western 8 ft. slide-in sander with engine Enviromist 3-pt. hitch sprayer Liftmoore truck mounted crane Backhoe mounted Allied 8700C plate packer Commercial truck canopy for Chev long box Heavy duty backhoe bucket Assortment of Honda water pumps Assortment of pushmowers Assortment of chain hoists Assortment of wooden spools Rolling step ladder Chainsaw Assortment of loader bucket teeth and holders Hydraulic winch complete with hoses


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Vikings send top runners to Calgary By Murray Green The Augustana Vikings sent 17 cross-country runners to the second grand prix event in Calgary, hosted by SAIT on Sept. 21. "The SAIT race was a good test for our teams. We had eight men and nine women run, and we placed fifth for men and seventh for women," said Robert Renman, assistant running coach with the Vikings. "The weather was great for running, and there was a big field of fast runners in the race." In the women's five kilometre Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference run, Marriya Jenkins, of Concordia, continued to dominate the field with a time of under four minutes. Sara Hewitt, of SAIT, and Lesley Koopman, of Grant MacEwan, followed in second and third place. Augustana runner Keely MacCulloch led the local team with a 26th place showing. Taya Hoar came in 32nd, Ilona Gyapay crossed the line in the 35th spot, Brianna Schultz was 37th, Blaze Flewell was 40th and Jennifer Dillion was 41st. Richelle Hoar, Natasha Hepp and Carol Cheung also finished in the top 85 runners. The Vikings were ranked seventh as a team in both the top three and top four runners' category. "We now focus on hitting our trails with some fun hill workout, and then we look forward to the Edmonton race that Concordia hosts on October 5," added Robert. In the men's eight km race, Edwin Kaitany, of Lethbridge, crossed the line in first and was followed by Alex Harding, of Lethbridge, and Devin Woodland, of Red Deer. Hans Asfeldt was the fastest Viking with a time of 3:46. Ryan Burlingame placed 15th, Andrew Jacobs finished in 18th spot, Joedy Dalke ended up 30th, Cam Raynor was 32nd, Matt Martin placed 44th and Nick Lenko was 46th. Augustana finished fourth in the top three runners division and fifth in the top four category amongst university and college teams. The Vikings will enter one more grand prix event at Concordia before hosting the fourth event in Camrose on Oct. 12. The Alberta championships are at Concordia in Edmonton on Oct. 26 and the nationals are in Etobicoke, Ontario on Nov. 9.

Frank Hoehn By Murray Green

Now is the time to make your first step in owning a home. This half duplex is located in a very quiet neighbourhood, it is close to the golf course, and is a short distance to shopping areas. This well-designed bi-level is ideal for someone tired of paying rent, or a couple wanting to downsize. Beautiful easy to keep laminate flooring and soothing

paint choices eliminate the costs of renovating. The large living room is a great place to greet family and friends. It overlooks the front deck that is suited to holding barbecues and relaxation. The huge kitchen contains plenty of cabinets for storage, lots of counter top area for meal preparation and still has room for your dining table. The master bedroom has an extra large walk-in closet for two people to use at the same time. Another goodsized bedroom and a four piece bathroom complete the main floor. The developed basement

has a large family room, an office and a bedroom that has private access to the four-piece bathroom and laundry area. The yard area features a private patio to enjoy the outdoors, green space for activities, and an extra large heated detached garage. There is space for RV storage or an extra vehicle as well. Included with the purchase are the built-in dishwasher, microwave, fridge and stove. This 6218B-48A Avenue home is attractively priced to sell at $211,900. An open house will be held on Thursday, Oct. 3 from 5 to 7 p.m. Contact Frank Hoehn for your guided tour at: Central Agencies Inc. 4870-51 Street, Camrose 780-672-4495 or 780-608-7402 cell


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4870-51 Street, Camrose • Phone 780-672-4495 • 1-800-809-8040 After Hours: Darrell Rosland, 780-679-2170; Lorne Broen, 780-679-7797; Frank Hoehn, 780-608-7402; Steve Frost, 780-679-6550; Graham Wideman, 780-679-8384; Matt Banack, 780-608-9733; Matthew Mayer, 780-781-7088; Lyndsey Delwo, 780-678-6117. After Hr. Pager: 780-608-1078.

Open HouseS Thur., Thur.,October Sept. 26,3,2-4 2-4p.m. p.m. #1, 6308-42 5014-56 Avenue Street

CLASSIC FAMILY BUNGALOW IN QUIET AREA ... MF open and G! EW LISTIN inviting. Lge. N master w/2-pce. en suite, double closets. 2 comfortable bdrm., full bath finish off MF. Bsmt. fin. w/lge. family room, hobby room, bath, spacious laundry room w/abundance of storage space. Some windows have been replaced. Fully fenced, landscaped. Double detached garage. Ideal location w/lge. green space right out front door! CA0022939 Asking $244,900

Thur., October 3, 3-5 p.m. 4409-47 Avenue “Excellent value – come view!”

IMPRESSIVE, SPACIOUS ATTRACTIVE FLOOR PLAN ... custom designed and built, one-owner. 2100 sq. ft. bungalow plus dev. lower level. Lge. inviting foyer, lovely LR, bay window. Lge. formal DR, lge. family kitchen adjoining spacious, inviting family room, vaulted ceiling, brick FP. MF laundry, 4-pce. bath, WI tub, en suite. Lge. master bdrm. 2 garages, both htd. Close to university and schools. Be sure to view. Immed. possess. TRY AN OFFER! Now only asking $319,900 CA0011536

Thur., October 3, 5-7 p.m. 6218B-48A Avenue “Home of the Week – see page 47!”

3-BDRM. 1/2 DUPLEX W/ GARAGE ... Central location. Well laid out, good kitchen, LR, large family room. Private setting, Great patio, deck and more! Asking $214,900 CA0018230

Sat., Oct. 5, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. 5011-65 Street AMAZING VIEWS – CONVENIENT LOCATION ... UCED ! this finished PR ICE R ED home is both affordable and desirable! Garden door off DR lead you to multi-level deck where you can enjoy hot summer nights, peace and quiet. Lot borders golf course for perfect view of manicured grass as far as eye can see! Nice sized kitchen w/lots of space to work in, MF laundry, second bdrm. on main. Master steps away w/lots of closet space, 3-pce. en suite. Large family room, additional bdrm., workspace in bsmt. Avail. for immediate possession – don’t miss it! Asking $335,000 CA0016420

IN CITY OF CAMROSE

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

RESIDENTIAL LOTS Phase III Southwest Meadows Walk-outs, Park Side, Alley Access Locations

75 Residential Lots From…$74,690 12 Townhouse Lots – Walk-out, Park Side Call now for details!

CAMROSE HOMES OVER $300,000 AMAZING CUSTOM BUILT WALKOUT BUNGALOW – PRESTIGIOUS VALLEY LOCATION, AWER EDUCED ! SOME VIEWS ... Exceptional quality built home with outstanding yard boasting huge stamped concrete patio, upper deck, courtyard. Perfect for entertaining, everyday enjoyment. Beautiful 10’ bordered, vaulted ceilings, spectacular windows w/sensational park views. Awesome gourmet kitchen, gorgeous DR, cozy great room w/ beautiful stone FP. Superb master, incredible en suite w/soothing jetted tub in a romantic setting. Exceptional bsmt., in-floor htg., family/ media room, amazing windows in office, games and exercise rooms. Awesome yard, 30’x30’ htd. garage, huge RV parking pad, a/c and lots more! Amazing property, outstanding location! Asking $819,000 CA0005251 BE AU T IF UL PARKRIDGE ESTATES BUNGALOW – AMAZING YARD! ... Premier location, lifestyle w/valley, walking trails close by. Beautiful bright open plan w/9’ ceilings, impressive foyer, hardwood flooring. Exc. kitchen, cozy 3-sided FP in great room, awesome dinette, private den, superb master, en suite. MF laundry, exc. bsmt. Huge family/media room, games room, cozy FP. Awesome yard, covered private deck, htd. garage, more. Beautifully maintained property. You’ll love it! Asking $549,000 CA0022842 AMAZING CUSTOM BUILT BUNGALOW IN VALLEYVIEW! ... Premier Valleyview and cul-de-sac location. Exceptional quality, impressive floor plan. 10’ and 12’ ceilings, triple pane windows, gorgeous stone FP, beautiful hardwood flooring, htd. tile flooring, granite. Gourmet kitchen, induction stove, dble. convection ovens. Elegant DR, beautiful LR, lovely dinette. Superb master, en suite. MF laundry, exc. bsmt., huge family/games area, custom bar. Awesome yard, huge deck. A/C, RV parking, 28’x26’ garage. It’s perfect! Asking $715,000 CA0023298 DIST INCT I V E 5-BDRM. F A M ILY BUNSSESSION !GALOW ... PO TE IA ED M in IM Southwest Meadows. Beautiful 1325 sq. ft. boasts large entrance, open concept design w/maple hardwood, carpet, slate flooring. Immaculately kept surroundings, non-smoking, pet-free home. Kitchen provides homemakers delight incl. ample maple cupboards, pantry, large island w/shared access to LR. Lots of windows surrounding dining area look onto back deck and yard. Large WI closet, lovely en suite complement master. Fin. family room, extra bdrms., 3-pce. bath in bsmt. level. Landscaped, fenced yard backs onto walking paths, wonderful view from deck! C A0020392 Asking $418,777 SUPER B F A M I LY BUNGALOW – BACKING ONTO PARK ... Looking for a very well maintained property w/great yard? You’ll love this cozy 1320 sq. ft. w/vaulted ceilings, beautiful hardwood flooring. Spacious LR, DR, MF family room w/ beautiful FP. Lovely kitchen, dinette w/garden doors to private deck overlooking yard and park. Great bsmt. w/lge. family/media room, games area, playroom, hobby room. 22’x26’ htd. garage. Fence, RV option. Impressive property, take a look! CA0023107 Asking $315,900 BEAUTIFUL WA LKOU T MULTI-LEVEL FLOOR PLAN ... with triple car garage! E HOM S t u n n i n g NEW SHOW property has lovely open main level, bright windows, vaulted ceilings, large centre island eating bar w/double sinks, granite countertops, hardwood flooring, corner pantry, awesome master w/gorgeous 5-pce. en suite c/w htd. floors, WI closet. CA0013291

FOUR INDIVIDUALLY TITLED AND SERVICED TOWNHOUSE LOTS OVERLOOKING PARK! ... It’s a great location for your next project. Call now for all the details! CA298468 Asking $215,000 MULTI-FAMILY LOT NOW AVAILABLE We offer one 2.5 acre parcel CA298482

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

FARMS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY! ... 137.46 acres of potential development land at Dried Meat Lake w/some lake front. 60 acres of cult. land and some gas well revenue. CA325301 Now asking $399,500 HALF SECTION OF FARMLAND! ... 318.97 acres located only one mile south of new Coal Creek Golf Resort and Black Nugget Lake Campground. 290 arable acres, balance in trees and natural pasture. Good potential bldg. site, services readily available. Half mile off oiled road. Surface lease of $1950/year and 3 metal bins. Wanting to expand or build your CA0009965 new home? Take a look!

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GREAT BUSINESS LOCATION – VERY WELL MAINTAINED BLDG. ... Only one block from main street. 3573 sq. ft. bldg. 50’x120’ lot completely paved. Offers easy customer access w/ample parking. Lge. front showroom, office area, lge. rear bay w/loading door, workshop area. Zoned C-1. Take a look! CA0023200 Asking $272,900

PAR K SIDE

LOCATION

• 1584 sq. ft. • 35’x28’/24’ garage Asking $424,162 CA0023565

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OUT OF TOWN

INVESTMENT 4-PLEX E XCELLENT INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY! ... Bi-level 4-plex. 2 units R EDUCED ! are 1232 sq. ft. each on upper level plus additional 500 sq. ft. in lower level. Other 2 units are 1-bdrm. units. Featuring spacious open concept, vaulted ceilings, in-suite laundry, in-floor htg. Oversized yard, 4-bay garage. A great opportunity! Call now! Asking $525,000 CA0020021

Beautiful Bi-level and Two Storeys by Battle River Homes Creekview

EW UNITS!

4 NWALKOUT BUNGALOW TOWNBEAUTIFUL HOUSE ON PARK! ... Featuring a bright open plan, 9’ ceilings, beautiful hardwood floors, lovely maple cabinetry, granite countertops, large island, walk-through pantry, MF laundry! Lovely LR overlooking park. In-floor htg. No condo fees. Park views from deck, patio. Finished with elegance! From $305,162 CA0020141 M U LT I - FA M I LY FLOOR PLAN ACROSS FROM PARK ... 3-bdrm., 2 bath, vaulted ceilings, lge. windows in bsmt. Corner pantry, lge. island in kitchen. Cozy living space w/big bright windows. Master has 4-pce. en suite, WI closet. CA0013282 Asking $349,900 WOW! BEAUTIFUL CHARACTER HOME IN DESIRED UNIVERSITY AREA! ... You’ll absolutely love this wonderful home, the character, the huge yard, the secluded setting and the lifestyle in the special historical district! Charming 2218 sq. ft. 2-storey w/spacious open floor plan. Exc. kitchen, superb dinette, spacious LR, family room, den, bath. Upper level offers 4 bdrm., huge master, 2 baths. Outstanding 75’x120’ mature treed yard, private tiered decking, 22’x26’ htd. garage w/loft, alley access and more! An impressive property, exceptional lifestyle. Asking $359,500 CA0018436 GREAT FAMILY 2-STOREY FROM ZETSEN MASTER BUILDERS ... 3 bdrm., 3 baths, MF laundry. Awesome master w/ vaulted ceiling, 5-pce. en suite, WI closet. Open layout, dble. garage. Available immediately! CA0013311 Asking $355,900 W O W ! IMPRESSIVE VA L L E Y V I E W BI-LEVEL, TRIPLE CAR G A R A G E ... Beautiful open staircase, display ledges, vaulted ceilings, loft. Exc. kitchen cabinetry, cozy gas FP, huge master, superb en suite, MF laundry. Exc. bsmt. w/family room, games room, lge. bdrm. Very nicely landscaped, 2-tier deck, hot tub, RV parking option, lots more! Impressive home, great location! C A0021443 Asking $429,900 IMPRESSIVE MULT I-LE V EL HOME W/PRIVATE SETTING, BACKING ONTO GOLF COURSE ... You’ll love the beautiful park views from the comfort of your home! Spacious open design, vaulted ceilings, open stairwell. Exc. kitchen pkg., superb views from bright dinette, private deck. Lovely LR, superb master, MF laundry. Huge family/games room, cozy gas FP, superb 23’x26’ attached garage, RV parking and more! You’ll love the location and lifestyle! Asking $415,000 CA0022464 NEW ZETSEN MULTILEVEL PLAN ... w/ immed. possession. Hardwood f loors throughout MF. Huge kitchen w/great island, corner pantry. Good dining space. Cozy FP in LR. MF master, 2 bdrm. up. CA0013167 Asking $369,900 FAMILY BUNGALOW CLOSE TO PARKS, PLAYGROUND IN VICTORIA PARK ... Custom built, one owner! Bright open floor plan, easy access design, 3’ doors. You’ll love the bright country kitchen w/skylight, rollouts, BI pantry. Bright dinette, garden doors to exc. covered private deck. Lovely LR, cozy gas FP, en suite, jet tub, MF laundry. Dev. bsmt., 2 family rooms, large games area, bdrm., bathroom. Nicely landscaped yard, 24’x24’ attached garage, RV option. Great retirement or family home! CA0022106 Now only $319,000 M A J E S T I C H I L L S I D E BUNGALOW, OV E R L O OK I NG JUBILEE PARK! ... You’ll love the E! IC PR NEW this property has to offer. location and lifestyle Views of park, walking trails, new Performing Arts Centre. 1820 sq. ft. walkout features spacious LR, country style kitchen, sun-room, 6 bdrm., 3 FP, large family room, hobby room, cold room + more. Setting is exc. w/private back yard. All potential with awesome location! You’ll love it! Only $309,500 CA0016065

HOME FEATURES: • Covered front entry • 9’ and vaulted ceilings • Hardwood flooring • Cozy fireplace • Lovely maple cabinets • Granite countertops • Large island and pantry • Superb main floor laundry • In-floor basement heating • Covered deck FINISHED WITH ELEGANCE!

Walkout Lot Available – Build Your Dream

SW Meadows

• 1865 sq. ft. • 3 bdrm. • Bonus room Asking $395,162 Home! CA0016039

SANDY BEACH ON RED DEER LAKE ... Excellent recreational property has 4-bdrm., 2 baths, large kitchen area, family room w/gas FP. Nicely treed yard, landscaped lot. Large 25’x50’ garage w/double doors in front, single in the rear. Be sure to have a look! Really good value here! CA0009512

LOOKING FOR AN AFFORDABLE HOME IN THE VILLAGE OF FERINTOSH? ... This 1120 sq. ft., 3-bdrm. home features lge. master w/ walk-in closet, 4-pce. en suite w/soaker tub, nice kitchen w/oak cabinets, skylight, nice LR w/vaulted ceiling, 4-pce. bath. Deck, oversized 24’x30’ htd. garage all situated on 100’x120’ lot. Asking $159,000 CA0012774 EXCEPTIONAL P R O P ERTY W/ BEAUTIFUL PARK SETTING ON 2 LOTS – FERINTOSH ... You’ll love the beautiful private setting. 3 bdrm., 1216 sq. ft. bright open floor plan, vaulted ceilings, country kitchen, bright dinette, spacious LR, jetted tub, MF laundry. Awesome yard, amazing deck, 30’x24’ htd. garage, RV parking + more! You’ll love the lifestyle! CA0020443 Asking $169,500

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Show Home Open Houses Thur., October 3, 2-4 p.m. Sat., October 5, 1-3 p.m. 5216-35 Ave., Creekview 3405-52 St., Creekview IMPRESSIVE WALKOUT FLOOR PLAN ... close to park, valwalking HOME ley trails. Bright NEW SHOW family kitchen w/centre island, corner pantry, plenty of counter space. Vaulted ceiling, open staircase leads to master w/coved ceiling, awesome en suite, WI closet. Family room in bsmt. fin. for added enjoyment. CA0013303 Asking $389,900

AWESOME FLOOR PLAN ... features include open concept kitchen, living and dining rooms, loads of cabinets and counter space, corner pantry, centre island, bright windows, vaulted ceilings in master. 20’x24’ garage and much more! Asking $355,900 CA0013345

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CAMROSE HOMES UNDER $300,000 IMMEDIATE POSSESSION! ... ! Well kept JUST LISTED 4 - l e v e l split close to green space, Chester Ronning School. 4 bdrm., 3 full baths, dble. garage, a/c, new furnace + more! Great family home w/ mature yard, gazebo, patio area, fenced. New shingles on home, garage. Upgraded window coverings, newer appl., recently painted. You’ll want to see this one! CA0023725 Asking $279,500 OLDER HOME NEEDING ATTENTION! ... Split into 2 suites. 3 electrical services, walkout bsmt. 2-car garage, private setting close to school, shopping. “As is where is.” Asking $95,000 CA0018696 A F FOR DA BLE H O US I N G WITH LOTS OF SPACE! ... Lots! of cupN board space in POSSESSIO IATEdining EDlarge IMMand kitchen area. 2 bdrm., full bath upstairs, 2 bdrm., full bath on lower level. Fully finished bsmt. w/large family area, laundry, storage. Covered patio off side entrance is beautiful spot to unwind. Low maint. yard, great neighbours, quiet area make this home even more appealing. Fully fenced, single detached garage, RV parking. This well-caredfor home has a lot to offer! CA0020364 Asking $219,000 CLOSE TO M I R R O R LAKE AND J U B I L E E PARK! ... Excellent loca! tion, zoned R3. ED UC R ED Character 1-1/2 storey 3-bdrm. home w/spacious living/dining room, MF laundry, 2 baths, large sun-porch. 59’x120’ lot. Lots of potential! Now only $199,000 CA0005179 E X C . B U N G A L O W, AMAZI N G YARD ... close to schools and west end amenities! Very well maintained home, beautifully landscaped private yard. Cozy 2+2 bdrm. w/ upgraded kitchen, spacious LR, bright dinette. Soothing jetted tub. Exc. bsmt., huge family/media room. Recent upgrades: windows, flooring, kitchen, shingles, fence, sidewalks, driveway + more! You’ll love the secluded treed yard, private courtyard, lots more. Exc. starter or retirement home! Exc. value! CA0023348 Asking $259,000 C O Z Y STARTER OR INVESTMENT PROPERTY ... Workable kitchen w/oak cabinetry, dinette. Laminate flooring in LR. Upgraded 4-pce. bath on main plus 2 bdrm. Bsmt. partially dev. w/lge. family room, 1 bdrm., 2-pce. bath w/shower r/i and laundry room. Shingles replaced 2007, furnace 2000. Single garage, RV parking. CA0013543 Asking $155,000 5-BDRM. FA M I LY BUNGAL O W , TRIPLE CAR GARAGE! ... Spacious 1392 sq. ft. home w/lots of recent upgrades! Lovely kitchen w/ lots of maple cabinetry, lge. LR, bright dinette, en suite, MF laundry. Exc. bsmt. all freshly renovated w/lge. family/games area. Private courtyard, htd. 32’x24’ garage, RV parking, alley access. Exc. starter or retirement property! You’ll want to see this one! CA0023323 Asking $279,900 GREAT STARTER HOME OR REVENUE PROPERTY ... Many renovations incl. hi-efficiency furnace, hot water tank, some newer windows. Incl. all appl. Currently rented for $1000 per mo. plus utilities. CA0023243 Asking $157,000 SOLID FAMILY BUNGALOW ... You’ll love the location close to parks, schools and R EDUCED ! rec facilities. This cozy 1348 sq. ft. 3-bdrm. features lots of bright windows throughout. Lovely spacious LR, bright dinette, great country kitchen. MF laundry, large sunroom. Private treed yard, apple trees, shrubs, fenced, 14’x22’ garage, RV parking, alley access. Exc. starter or retirement property. Still renting? You’ll want to see this one! Now only $219,900 CA0019979 BEAUT I F U L BUNGALOW ... R EDUCED ! on treelined street close to schools, parks. Many recent upgrades! Bright, inviting floor plan w/ all new windows, hardwood floors, a/c, high E furnace. 3 bdrm. upstairs, 1 down + office, spacious living areas. 24’x28’ htd. garage w/ RV option. Mature yard w/deck, negotiable hot tub/gazebo enclosure. CA0021532 Asking $284,500

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GREAT STARTER HOME OR R E V E N U E PROPERTY ... 1.5-storey w/4 bdrm., MF laundry. 24’x24’ garage, fenced yard. Located in quiet mature Now asking $169,000 CA0004376

GOOD BI-LEVEL ... located close to schools and rec centre. Take a look! CA0011659 Asking $254,900 BEAUTIFUL FAMILY HOME WITH LOTS OF APPEAL! ... Spacious LR w/original hardwood flooring. Large eat-in kitchen w/newer maple cabinets, countertops. 3 comfortable bdrm., stylish bath on MF. 2 bdrm., newly renovated full bath downstairs. Large family room, lots of storage space. Escape the sun on covered deck. Large 24’x26’ garage. 2 spots for RV parking. All appl. have been replaced. Shingles done this spring. Home has just received a coat of paint. Walking distance to schools and parks, ready for immed. poss. Ask $295,000 CA0019282 EXCELLENT BUNGALOW IN CUL-DESAC, BY E! IC PR NEW MIRROR LAKE! ... Desired location close to senior centre and only half block from walking trails. You’ll love the yard, peaceful setting, beautifully maintained home. Lovely hardwood flooring, bright bay window in LR. Beautifully renovated country style kitchen, spacious master, dev. bsmt. Exceptional yard w/peaceful, private setting. UG sprinklers. You’ll love the location and lifestyle! Asking $279,000 CA0012639 C H A R M ING, WELLMAINTAINED BUNGALOW ... located in desirable area. MF inviting w/nice size LR, cozy FP. Nice size eat-in kitchen w/ lots of cupboard space. 2 comfortable bdrm., bath finish off MF nicely. Bsmt. fully dev. w/2 additional bdrm. Single attached garage. Lge. lot fully fenced, landscaped, incl. lge. deck. New eavestroughs, gutter-guards. New front, back entrance doors. Great opportunity awaits! Asking $239,500 CA0021668 EXCELLENT CONDO IN C E N T E R COURT ... close to downtown! Enjoy the open living area on MF w/large master bdrm., 4-pce. en suite w/jetted tub. Upstairs loft offers cozy reading nook, spacious guest room, 3-pce. bath. Downstairs has lge. rumpus room, another bdrm. w/3-pce. bath. Single attached garage. Asking $297,500 CA0023005 CUTE AND FUNCTIONAL 2-BDRM. CONDO ... in convenient setting. Open ION ! concept ESS SS PO TE IA kitchen, DR make ED M IM this the perfect spot to entertain. Centre island, corner pantry, classic maple cabinets make this home shine. 2 comfortable bdrm. in bsmt. alongside full bath, laundry room. Great parking options, low condo fees make this property desirable and stress free. CA0021525 Asking $168,500 A T T R A C T I V E LY RENOVATED – CUTE AND COZY ... 2-bdrm. bungalow, dandy kitchen, nice cupboards, modern bathroom, MF launR EDUCED ! dry. Wheelchair accessible, drive right to front door. 40’x150’ lot zone R2A. Why rent? Be sure to see! Immed. possession. Now only $115,500 CA0022824 COZY BUNGALOW CLOSE TO DOWNTOWN ... and Mirror Lake. Good little rental R EDUCED ! or starter home. Spacious living areas, some hardwood floors, big kitchen, MF laundry. Private deck off master. Single garage, fenced RV potential, firepit. Immed. poss. Asking $147,500 CA0019537 GREAT FAMILY BUNGALOW BACKING ONTO PARK, EXCELLENT LOCATION! ... CA0022564 Asking $245,900

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OUT OF TOWN G R E AT 4-BDRM. BUNGALOW IN ROUND HILL ... located in quiet area on 2 lots w/double attached garage. Woodburning FP in LR and bsmt. Bsmt. open for you to develop. New shingles 2012. Be sure to view this lovely Asking $259,900 CA0022033 home!

ACREAGES WOW ACREAGE! ... 1546 sq. ft. bungalow on 16.73 acres less than 3 min. from Camrose! So many upgrades – hardwood/tile floors, granite throughout, gas FP, new furnace, hot water on demand, so much more! Master w/5-pce. en suite, jet tub, separate shower, WI closet. 2nd MF bdrm. has 4-pce. en suite w/WI closet. Awesome media room in bsmt. plus 2 bdrm., laundry, office. 40’x60’ shop, 32’x37’ attached triple garage, both w/infloor heat! Above ground pool, covered veranda, gas BBQ, ext. speaker system, fenced back yard. 12 acres seeded to hay. An amazing opportunity! CA0017583 Asking $865,000

ROUND HILL – PARKLIKE ACREAGE ... 2008 park model w/furniture, 30’x48’ heated shop w/large door. Great location, quiet, landscaped. Nature at your door! CA0018006 Only $339,900

BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME ... on this fully treed piece of bare land consisting of 3.76 acres. Only a couple of minutes east of Camrose! Asking $150,000 CA0004734 WOW! IT’S THE PERFECT PLACE TO BUILD YOUR DREAM HIDEAWAY! ... Quiet Hills Estates is loc ated near Miquelon Lake Provincial Park, Bird Sanctuary and Golf Course. Come discover a restful country lifestyle in a peaceful, natural setting, you’ll love it! 6 unique Cul-de-sac lots that are treed, private and excellent walkout opportunities. Located just off Hwy 623, it’s an easy commute to Nisku or Camrose. Hurry, it’s the lifestyle you always dreamed of! CA0003323 Priced from $84,000 to $154,000 PICTURESQUE 4.84 ACREAGE ... 1200 sq. ft. 4-bdrm. bungalow on paved road minutes from Camrose. New windows, siding, roof, lovely kitchen, lino, hardwood floors, 3 baths. Fin. bsmt. w/in-floor heating. Lots of storage, deck. Htd. 28’x30’ garage. Ins. htd. workshop. Barn. Very good well. Garden w/strawberries, raspberries, saskatoons. Beautifully landscaped. C A0022213 3 7 + ACRES 10 MIN. NW OF CAMROSE ... 2200 + sq. ft. character country home plus 1200 sq. ft. entertainment space. Solid barn, 39’x60’ quonset, 24’x24’ garage, dugout, fenced and more! Working country kitchen w/great charm, walk-in pantry, double oven, good counter space. Beautiful hardwood floors, formal dining area, wood FP, library and loft. Mature yardsite, good recreational land or for animals. Great opportunity, see it today! CA0000865 Asking $529,000

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EXCELL E N T 5-BDRM. FA M I LY BI-LEVEL ON 2 LOTS IN BAWLF ... You’ll love the peacefulness, relaxing lifestyle of Bawlf community. Cozy 1366 sq. ft. 5-bdrm. built in 2002 w/oversized 100’x120’ yard. Bright open floor plan, exc. country kitchen, bright dinette, spacious LR, 3 baths, lge. family/media room, games room. Great yard, large deck, attached 28’x26’ garage. Easy commute. You’ll want to see this one! Asking $325,900 CA0022972 SUMMER GETAWAY OR YEAR ROUND LIVING ... with room for the whole family! Spacious 2400+ sq. ft. 2-storey in Sandy Beach subdivision on south end of Red Deer Lake. 4 bdrm. up, dble. htd. garage, infloor heat in bsmt. awesome well, great location on 0.93 acres. Tranquil setting only 15 min. to Bashaw, 30 min. to Ponoka, 40 min. to Camrose. Asking $319,500 CA0017614 SUPERB ACREAGE SETTING OFFERS E XC EP ! ED TIONAL R EDUC LIFESTYLE! ... 2.99 acres w/peaceful, private setting. Beautiful custom built bungalow in New Norway. Featuring 9’ ceilings, beautiful hardwood flooring, exc. kitchen, cozy gas FP in spacious LR, superb master, en suite. Exc. bsmt., in-floor htg., huge family/rec/media area. Covered front veranda, huge covered private deck, private courtyard w/firepit. Awesome triple htd. garage. 28’x30’ workshop, village services, more! A perfect lifestyle! Now only $429,000 CA0013818 E XCELL E N T 1196 SQ. FT. BUNGALOW ... on 0.9 acres on the edge of Round Hill. Nice kitchen w/ lots of cabinets, pantry. Bright dining area, lge. LR w/cozy wood stove. Spacious master, lovely bath w/MF laundry. Additional family room w/ hardwood floors, partially fin. bsmt. Home has municipal water and sewer, large landscaped yard w/nice size deck. CA0012508 Asking $139,900 KINGMAN – ENJOY THE PEACE AND QUIET ... This charming 2-bdr m. home has been nicely upgraded throughout the years. You’ll certainly appreciate the rich hardwood flooring in the living/dining room. Kitchen has been transformed w/new countertops, tiled backsplash. Comfortable master has garden doors to back deck. This home sits on a double lot. Single detached garage w/paved carport, handy workshop space. New windows, new furnace, attic insulation, flooring and paint. Easy commute from Camrose and Edmonton. A must see! Asking $168,000 CA0016933


The Camrose Booster, October 1, 2013