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Vol. LXI, No. 47

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October 15, 2013

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sponsored by City Center Camrose and the Camrose Booster, has been very popular with people who have visited the heart of the city this past week. Staff Classifieds and management of banks, businesses, offices and Pages 41 to 46 churches have really shown their willingness to participate and their collective creativity is making guests say “Wow!” This week things To Camrose Homes To Rural Homes *partial coverage are going to get even more exciting. Tues. Thurs. With Booster This Week’s Flyers: The family movie, Charlotte’s Web will be shown ✔ Brick Warehouse    at the Bailey Theatre on Tuesday evening. Camrose Groves’ On Wednesday, Centra Cam is hosting a ✔ ✔* Value Drug Mart    ✔ ✔ kielbasa-on-a-bun lunch from tents Canada Safeway    ✔ ✔ Canadian Tire    set up on main street. ✔*  Global Pet Foods   A grand finale to the Scarecrow Festival will ✔* ✔* Hauser Home Hardware    take place Saturday, October 19 at The Brick, ✔ ✔* M & M Meats    inside and out. ✔*  Panago Pizza   It’s excitement not to be missed! ✔ ✔* Election 2013 Pages 26 to 39

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- Trade Show/Farmers’ Market, 10 am to 5 pm - Children’s Activities, 10 am to 5 pm - Hay Ride, noon to 4 pm - Mayoralty Candidates on the stage, noon to 2 pm - Business Choice Scarecrow Award, 2 pm - Pumpkin Pie Eating Contest, 2:30 pm - People’s Choice Scarecrow Award and The Brick’s Coloring Contest, 2:30 pm - People’s Choice Scarecrow Award and The Brick’s Coloring Contest Winner, 4:30 pm


Council approves additions to performing arts centre. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Shuttle service to Edmonton launched . . . . . .

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Council approves additions to performing arts centre By Dan Jensen

Camrose City council has approved the addition of a performers' entrance and LED fly tower lighting array to the performing arts centre project. The additions will increase the cost of the arts centre by $200,000 to $19,538,320. "As with any significant project under construction, building elements do emerge that were not anticipated in the original project scope or budget," said Camrose Community Services general manager in a report to council Oct. 7. The performers' entrance is a practical fix of a contemplated problem with performer access and flow entering and utilizing the performer spaces. "Essentially it is a back door (facing west) at the basement level of CPAC," said Nielsen. "This access point, which will be largely used by performers and staff of the facility, will allow direct access to change rooms and storage areas in the basement level of CPAC. Providing this space will enable performers and their instruments and program materials to have direct access to the basement level, avoiding the need to transport themselves and materials through one of the front doors." Project manager Michal Madsen said while the double doors of the new entrance will shrink the storage, the amount of storage in the building is quite adequate. "In essence we end up with a large vestibule with a direct entrance from the parking lot for the performers." Theatre manager Kerry Rajotte told council that hav-

An artist's conception of the performing arts centre with the LED lights at the top of the fly tower.

ing a separate entrance to go through is something that is appreciated by those who are booked to perform. "I don't know if any of you have ever carried a tuba or a bass up a large set of stairs but it can be cumbersome," said Rajotte. "Also, there are some performers who just prefer the secluded entrance so that they are not in the public eye when they are coming into the facility." The LED fly tower lighting array consists of a ring of LED lighting following the outside circumference of the exterior top of the fly tower structure. "Both aesthetic and functional, it will provide definition to the height of the building in times of darkness

and, because the entire fly tower has a black exterior due to the installation of the photovoltaic panels, the lighting array will provide the needed definition identifying the structure height," said Nielsen. "Being LED lights, the array will be very inexpensive to operate." "The university architect suggested that we add the LED lighting to the top of the tower to add some definition to the building at night time, since we do have a lot of night time light," said Madsen. "It would be visible from quite a ways away from the structure itself." Councillor John Howard said the LED lighting will add to the definition and character of the building.

"I am certainly prepared to speak in favour of the addition." Rajotte said she is extremely excited about the prospect of LED lighting. "There is no question that once it is installed that will be a definitive brandmark for the theatre. You can already see it from points coming in and out of Camrose, and with that lighting at the top it is definitely going to be a marker." The Camrose performing arts centre fundraising committee feels confident it will be able to come up with the $200,000 needed to include the cost of the LED lighting and the performers' entrance in the overall project. "Both of these elements

are quite enticing in terms of generating interest from the community and elsewhere in terms of naming sponsorships," said Nielsen. "That would be our first source of funding. Failing that, as council is aware, a bylaw has been passed that allows us to access funds for any shortfall in the fundraising, and that would be our second source." Mayor Marshall Chalmers said he is in favour of committing the extra money now as opposed to later on. "There are times when it makes sense to spend a little extra up front when these things arise, and to me this is one of those times when it makes sense."

Camrose County extends water line to Armena By Murray Green

The Hamlet of Armena will be receiving potable water next year. Camrose County council agreed to extend a line from Hay Lakes to Armena to give the hamlet a suitable water source in the future. "In 2007, we received a good announcement through the integrated sustainability initiative plan for hamlet development at which time Camrose County was going to receive $33 million over a 10-year period," said administrator Steve Gerlitz. "As part of the MSI agreement we are required to do some long term projects. We have completed area structure plans, except for New Norway, which will be done in 2014." Water, sewer and drainage are at the top of the lists for most hamlets. "The costing and tendering for Armena water and waste-

water has been done," said Steve. "Keep in mind that we have not received all of our 2011 MSI funding or any of the 2012 money. I haven't sent in our 2013 request yet." Deon Wilner of ISL suggested to administration that Camrose County accept the bid from Nu Edge Construction for the installation of water into the Hamlet of Armena. The bid price of $519,250, as well as the engineering (design and on site) of $162,419, carrying costs (debenture) of $7,074 and residential tie-ins of $135,000 amount to a total cost of $823,744. Funding will be provided from the local improvement tax of $90,000 and MSI funding of $733,744. The bid was checked for accuracy and completeness. "We have reviewed the project experience sheets provided by the contractor and we are satisfied that

they are capable of completing the work of the contract," said Deon. "The bid is competitive for the work that needs to be completed." The County will partner with the Highway 21 Water Commission to supply treated water to Armena and various residential and farming locations along the regional water line. Councillor Doug Lyseng moved that the county accept the bid from Nu Edge to start the water project. "Armena residents and farmers in the area are lacking water. It is important to bring the water line to Armena and possibly to Ervick in the future," he added. "It excites me to bring water into the county, but can it be used for industrial use?" asked councillor Rob Bjorge. "It is included in our allocation, but we are in ongoing talks with the commission," said Steve.

Council voted 4-2 in favour of going ahead with the water project with councilor Vern Peterson absent. However, council denied a wastewater system due to the expensive price tag. Council voted down a bid from Nu Edge Construction for the installation of waste water collection and treatment facility in the Hamlet of Armena for the bid price of $4,087,015 as well as engineering (design and on site) of $365,309.29, carrying costs (debenture) of $7,074, lagoon site (land) of $110,000, and residential tie-ins of $135,000 for a total cost of $4,704,399. Funding was to come from a local improvement tax of $90,000, a MSI grant of $3,257,375, Federal Gas Tax Fund 2012 and 2013 grants of $844,534, and municipal infrastructure reserves of $512,490. Council voted 4-2 against starting the wastewater project because of the high cost. "This decision

brings a lump to my throat, but it is a high cost to pay for the benefit of a few residents. I think the money can be put to better use for more people in the entire county," said Reeve Don Gregorwich. "I started to think it was a lot of money. I look back at the wastewater system that was put in at Kingman and Round Hill at that time the dollars were large for the council. They didn't have MSI or gas tax money," said councillor Doug, who made the motion in favour of the project. "We have an opportunity to go ahead, especially with MSI funding and gas tax paying most of the load. Unfortunately, the price doesn't go down." Councillor Brian Austrom pointed out that improvement taxes paid for the Kingman and Round Hill projects. Continued on page 9

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David is a world traveler. With many destinations under his belt, Mt. Rushmore is his favourite so far. David is a long-time employee of Hauser Home Hardware & Building Centre; he likes it when people make him laugh at work and he has a pretty good sense of humor too! CAFCL formed over 50 years ago when parents of children with disabilities came together with a common goal â&#x20AC;&#x201C; to provide an opportunity for their children to attend school. David was one of the first students to attend Burgess School, which was the first of its kind in rural Alberta. Now, inclusive education exists in the public school system and CAFCL offers a multitude of other programs to support each person in being an accepted and participating community member. Currently, David enjoys living at one of ten residences operated by CAFCLâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Residential Program. CAFCL serves people with disabilities, acquired brain injury, children with special health and developmental concerns and families at risk. Donations can be made by calling 780.672.0257.

Annual Charity Auction Saturday, October 19, 2013

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CAMROSE BLOOD DONOR CLINIC Friday, October 18 3:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

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…would like to thank all our customers for their incredible support and all the referrals to your family and friends during our Grand Opening month. We also wish to extend our gratitude to our fellow businesses and retailers for their warm welcome. We are excited to finally be open in Camrose and look forward to helping all our customers to look and feel beautiful! Thank you! – Suzanne’s & Jenny’s Team Camrose

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Tuesday, October 22

9:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Wednesday, October 23

1:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Camrose Regional Exhibition (CRE) 4250 Exhibition Drive, Camrose

Tuesday, October 29

9:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Thursday, October 31

1:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Friday, October 25

9:30 AM - 11:30 AM

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By Dan Jensen You may not wear it as much anymore, but that doesn't mean your old winter coat can't serve a useful purpose. Centra Cam Vocational Training Association's Emergency Clothing and Furniture Depot is collecting clean winter wear in good condition that will be distributed during its annual Coats for Camrose event at Duggan Oct. 16 and 17. "We will be set up in the Duggan Mall from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday and 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday," explained Emergency Clothing and Furniture Depot coordinator Lori Gilbertson. "Winter wear will be available at no charge or by cash donation." Coats that are not given away at Duggan Mall will be sent to the Emergency Clothing and Furniture Depot. "You won't need a referral from a local agency to pick up a coat at the Mall, but you will need one once they come to the depot," said Gilbertson. The Coats for Camrose program handed out over 1,100 pieces of winter clothing in 2012, including coats, mitts, toques, sweaters, boots, and scarves to many individuals and families within Camrose and area. Centra Cam Vocational Training Association, through the Emergency Clothing and Furniture Depot, has successfully supported over 25,700 families who were faced with emergency situations. "We have provided furniture, clothing and essential items to members of the community who are faced with crisis situations and economic hardships," said Gilbertson. Emergency Clothing and Furniture Depot had 1,824 referrals in 2012-13 from 68 referring agencies. Referrals are issued to one person per immediate family. Often times, one referral will be used for a large family. Examples of referring agencies are the Camrose Women's Shelter, Alberta Employment and Immigration, AISH, Camrose churches and the Battle River School Division. Currently, Emergency Clothing and Furniture Depot has one coordinator and five staff, along with a caseload of 14 clients.

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County extends water line to Armena Continued from page 4

"When I look at spending $227,000 per household just for sewer, I have to think twice. We didn't do it for Duhamel. To continue to put more money into this and dig into our reserves – I find it to be absolutely ridiculous. We have other projects, like New Norway, that are more important." Councillor Trevor Miller asked why the County would approve

Armena when they denied Duhamel's wastewater plans. "We voted down Duhamel and their cost per household was lower. This cost is a littler more than we should be spending." Councillor Doug also asked if a cheaper system could be used. "We should look at the mechanical system and see if it costs us less money."

Deon explained that his company did look at other options. County assistant administrator Paul King suggested that second and third readings on the Armena local improvement tax be made to start the water system project to go ahead. A local improvement plan has been prepared and the required notice of the project given to the

benefiting owners. There is no sufficient objection to the Armena water distribution. Armena residents were advised that they would be required to contribute $ 5,000 for the service over a 20 year period. The County will borrow $90,000 and the improvement tax will be used to replace the funds over a longer period.

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Letters 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. Amazing coincidences

Future firemen Four-year-old Isaac Pozerniuk of Camrose, above, put on his firemen's hat and then got down to business with his pancakes and sausages on Oct. 6 at the Camrose Fire Department. Right, Chad Nichol, 9, wanted to see what it was like to be behind the wheel of a big fire truck with his sister Hannah at his side.

CAFCL charity auction Saturday By Dan Jensen

See...Potential, Opportunity, Ability, Diversity, Me is the theme of the Camrose Association for Community Living Charity Auction at the Camrose Regional Exhibition Oct. 19. "We want to convey the fact that everyone has the potential and ability to be a contributing member of society," explained CAFCL executive director Esther McDonald. The charity auction serves as a way of bringing attention to a wide variety of programs and supports offered by Camrose Association for Community Living and other organizations in the area to persons who have disabilities, brain injuries, special health or development concerns. "The programs we offer, whether it is the Teaching Independence and Parent Support (TIPS) or the Kandu Summer Camp, an inclusive

summer camp for children seven to 17 with special health or developmental concerns, are designed to bring out the best in people," explained McDonald. The 2012 charity auction was able to raise $82,000 after expenses. "We have received outstanding support from the community," said McDonald. "I get told over and over that this is the premiere event in town. It warms my heart but also sets some pretty high standards." The charity auction will provide the opportunity to bid on a number of enticing items, including a VIA Rail trip from Edmonton to Vancouver, two front row tickets to a Brad Paisley concert compliments of CFCW, a flyin fishing trip to Milton Lake Lodge in Saskatchewan, an air conditioner compliments of EMCO, a Jordan Eberle autographed helmet, a kayak

from Grant Thornton and pearls from Richardson's Jewellers. The auction will also feature items that have been donated by CAFCL clients. "We're going to be showcasing them to show the audience and the community that people with disabilities have talents and skills, and that they give and donate as well to help others." A charity auction marketplace will include homemade items and popular popcorn prizes. Rev. Brian Hunter will serve as master of ceremonies. "The Rev. Hunter is a long-time supporter of CAFCL who has, over the years as minister and chaplain, provided many services to our clients, staff and organization," said McDonald. Information on charity auction giving opportunities may be obtained by calling CAFCL at 780-672-2057.

On Sept. 17 in the Camrose Booster, Greg Wood endorsed Norm Mayer as a mayoral candidate. Wood said, “I think we are very fortunate that Norm Mayer has stepped forward to let his name stand…” On Oct. 8 in Norm Mayer’s election ad, “A Significantly More Efficient Development Permit Process” was his second platform point. I found it quite a coincidence that Council candidates Greg Wood and Wayne Throndson received the shortest question of the evening at the All Candidates Forum: “How will you address the City’s longstanding problem of unreasonable delays for development permits and our noncompetitive cost for same?” With this question, both men were given opportunity to speak directly to Norm Mayer’s second platform point. As anyone can see on Cable 10, the other candidates received multi part questions. Throughout the evening, candidates and audience members could be seen shaking their heads at the impossibly long questions. If they had received written questions they could have replied more effectively. Maybe it is time that the democratic process has fewer coincidences in Camrose. We need more transparency and public conversations. Maybe it is time that questions at an All Candidates’ Forum give participants opportunities to share their strengths and insights, so the public can make more informed decisions on election day. Faye Oswald Camrose Publisher's note

We feel compelled to offer the following points regarding the organization of the public forum referenced above. 1. At 6:45 p.m. prior to the forum starting, the seating order of candidates was determined by random draw. Moderator John Howard had each candidate draw a number out of an envelope to determine the seating sequence. It was by pure coincidence that candidates

Wood and Throndson ended up sitting side-by-side. 2. In terms of questions asked, this too was luck of the draw. The forum committee drafted a set of twenty questions after openly discussing what they believed to be on the minds of the electorate. Also considered were the platforms of the various candidates. All questions received at the door were reviewed and found to be substantially consistent with the questions drafted by the committee. Certain questions were tweaked to reflect suggestions from those in attendance. 3. On forum night, the moderator had sole possession of all the questions on separate pieces of paper. The committee operated on a condition of confidentiality. Members went to great lengths not to reveal any question in advance in order to make the process fair and equitable to candidates for every elected position. There was absolutely no discussion in advance about posing specific questions to any particular candidate. 4. The moderator picked questions randomly only when he was in position in the auditorium to ask a question. He repeatedly shuffled the remaining questions and had no idea, until that moment, which question he was about to ask. With this outline of the facts regarding the process of preparing the questions, confidentiality, determination of seating sequence and the random selection of which question would be asked of which pair of candidates, we leave it to the reader to decide if there was any chance that the forum was engineered to favour any particular candidates(s). We agree with Ms. Oswald that the multi-level questions were extremely difficult to answer in their entirety, particularly for candidates without previous council experience. Some questions were so complex that even existing councillors would have difficulty with them. On the other hand, multi-part questions did grant every candidate an equal opportunity to answer any portion of the question to which they were most versed. Forums are an essential part of our democratic process. Organizing this one was a daunting task because of the sheer number of candidates. We think the forum committee did an excellent job of organizing and executing the program, which could have been an absolute zoo. Blain Fowler Publisher

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Krista & Janelle grieve 4th Generation 4-H Members Manitoba

Enbridge is proud to celebrate 100 years of 4-H in Canada. For over a century 4-H has been helping to bring out the best in Canadian youth. Janelle and Krista come from a long line of 4-H members, including their great-grandmother who was part of the very first 4-H club in Canada. Four generations later Janelle learned the art of public speaking in 4-H, which has helped in her pursuit of a post-secondary education. As for her younger sister Krista, she’s following in her sister’s footsteps with a passion for communication and leadership activities. Through 4-H, Janelle and Krista are continuing a family legacy and finding their voice in the community. At Enbridge, we understand that when we invest in organizations like 4-H, we’re helping young Canadians realize their dreams and become the community leaders of tomorrow.

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Gerry Niewchas (Right) presents plaque to Double ‘T’ owners Kevin Trombley and Ted Shott in appreciation of their support for the past four years to Camrose Minor Hockey. Double ‘T’ Autobody was responsible for painting the Trophies that Gerry presented to the players each year.

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Charlotte Galenza continues family tradition in pharmacy Congratulations to Charlotte Galenza upon completing her BSc Pharmacy degree. Charlotte is a fourth generation pharmacist, starting with her great grandfather, James Dunnigan, her grandparents, Gerry and Sandi Galenza, and her parents, Barry and Janet Galenza. She, along with her cousin and classmate, Stephanie deChamplain, will both be pursuing an advanced PharmD degree this fall.

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Shadow transits across Jupiter in month of October By Diane McLaren

On the evening of Oct. 11 a rare astronomical event happened: a triple-shadow transit of three of Jupiter’s moons. Unfortunately, stargazers in Alberta had to be content with pictures of what astronomers east of us saw because Jupiter was just starting to rise here in Alberta when the triple transit occurred. The next time the shadows of these three same moons (Callisto, Europa, and Io) cross Jupiter will be January 23, 2015. Mark that in your day timers. However, all is not lost. We have two opportunities during October to see double-shadow transits. On Oct. 17, in the southern sky, we can watch the shadows of Io and Ganymede cross Jupiter between 6 and 7:27 a.m. Then, on Oct. 26, the shadows of Io and Europa will cross Jupiter between 2:37 and 4:31 am. If you are up early for the October 26 double transit, you might as well take a peek at Uranus in the western skies as it will be nice and high in the sky until about 4 am. By 5 a.m., Mars will be up high enough above the eastern Horizon to view as well. Definitely worth losing some sleep over. Jupiter is the fourth brightest object in the sky (after the sun, the moon and Venus). Jupiter was the king of the gods in Roman mythology – a fitting name for the largest of the planets in our solar system. The ancient Greeks named the planet after Zeus, the king of the Greek pantheon. Jupiter helped revolutionize the way we saw the universe and ourselves in 1610, when Galileo discovered Jupiter's four large moons (Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto), now known as the Galilean moons. Ganymede is the largest moon in the solar system. This was the first time that celestial bodies were seen circling something other than our earth which supported a controversial point of view at that

time which suggested that the earth was not the center of the universe. Jupiter's appearance is a tapestry of beautiful colors and atmospheric features. Most visible are its stripes of cloud belts which are composed of ammonia. Water vapor exists deep below the clouds and can sometimes be seen through clear spots in the clouds. The planet's "stripes" are dark belts and light zones created by strong east-west winds in Jupiter's upper atmosphere. The planet's swirling cloud stripes are punctuated by massive storms such as the Great Red Spot, which has raged for hundreds of years. Jupiter, like the other gas planets in our solar system (Saturn, Uranus and Neptune), does not have a solid surface; its gaseous material simply gets denser with depth. What we see when look at these planets is the tops of clouds high in their atmospheres. Jupiter makes a nice viewing target for a small telescope because you can typically see the planet’s four largest moons (Ganymede, Callisto, Europa and Io) along with some cloud belts, and the great Red Spot storm, all from your backyard. Viewing the planets doesn’t require really dark skies. If I have sparked your interest I invite you to join the Camrose Astronomy Club or to come out to some of our public events to learn and observe with us. Our next public star party is on Oct. 10 from 9 to 11 p.m. at the Stoney Creek Centre (5320-40 Avenue) weather permitting. Bring your binoculars or telescope or look through ours. Watch our Facebook page for more information or call Diane at 780-672-2564. Email dmclaren@cable-lynx. net.

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Where’s the Win? Building Successful Student/Community Collaborations Since 2008, more than 1500 Augustana students have completed a variety of projects in the Camrose community through the CommunityService Learning program. These collaborations balance student learning with contributions to the organization. Randal Nickel (Camrose Open Door), Deb Cryderman (Camrose Public Library), and Karsten Mündel (Augustana Campus) will share their secrets for building a successful partnership, and how they have worked to maximize the benefit to all from these collaborations.

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Emergency sweater drive helps refugees By Dan Jensen Do you have some extra sweaters taking up space in your closet? See that they get put to use by donating them to someone in need of warmth this winter. The women of Messiah Lutheran Church are collecting gently used, clean, men's women's and children's sweaters that will be sent by Canadian Lutheran World Relief to (CLWR) centres housing thousands of Syrian refugees who are bracing for a cold, wet winter without clothing. The items may be dropped off at the Messiah Lutheran Church office between now and Oct. 21. "We have collection boxes at the office," said Messiah member Norma Blacklock. "Our goal is to get them to CLWR warehouse in Winnipeg by the end of the month. Home Hardware has generously offered free shipping service." CLWR's goal is to collect 10,000 new or gently used sweaters of all sizes. As the devastation of the Syrian civil war continues to unfold, refugees living at the Za'atari refugee camp

in Jordan are bracing themselves for another harsh winter. A housing shortage, lack of appropriate clothing, and a demanding climate can make life extremely difficult for families who have fled the violence. The sweaters will be distributed to Syrian refugees living in the Za’atari refugee camp in Jordan. About 125,000 people in the camp are bracing for another cold, wet winter. Many still live in tents and lack warm clothing after having fled their communities with little more than the clothes on their backs. “Every bit of warmth we can provide will make a difference,” said Robert Granke, executive director of Canadian Lutheran World Relief. “The sweaters will go to the people in the camp who are in the most need.” Through the past year, CLWR has lent is support with a material aid shipment and by gathering financial donations. For decades, the generosity of Canadian Lutherans has made a real difference in times of crisis.

Shuttle service to Edmonton launched By Murray Green Camrose now has a daily transit service to Edmonton. Jenny's Shuttle Service is now booking seats for one-way or return trips to Edmonton and the airport to fill a void in the transportation system. Former taxi driver Janet Tisdel started the company to provide communities such as Camrose, Hardisty, Stettler, Bashaw, Ponoka, Wetaskiwin and Leduc residents with transportation access to Edmonton for medical, or other appointments. "Right now I'm running from Camrose to Edmonton, but in the future I want to expand to include an east and west line to take everyone to Leduc and from there go to Edmonton," Janet explained. "I will drop them off at the Centre Park LRT and they can go to their appointments from there. Dropping them off in downtown Edmonton didn't make sense because they would have to take a taxi to where they are going. I changed my plan a bit because the LRT service will take clients to the place they need to go." Janet is planning three trips a day to Edmonton, so she can catch some passengers to bring them back to Camrose. She is using a ticket system, so drivers know if a person needs a return trip.

"I want to provide quality service for the benefit of the communities," said Janet. "I have daily schedules between communities and I will adhere to set times." Jenny's Shuttle Service picks up people at the Best Western Hotel Plus, Hotel Marada, University of Alberta, Augustana campus and R and R Motel every weekday morning. She also offers a door to door airport shuttle service. "I am only hiring professional, friendly drivers that are willing to serve all of our clients," said Janet. "Right now I have a van and two handi-van type buses and I have put a bid on a third bus. All of our vehicles are in top shape." Janet Tisdel is ready to drive passengers.

Iris Anne Drever Iris was the youngest of eight children born to Ernest and Vera Creasy. Iris was born in Hardisty on June 23, 1934 and passed away peacefully on October 5, 2013 at the age of 79 years at the Louise Jensen Long Term Care Facility. Growing up in the ’30s, she experienced hard times, but she had the luxury of a great family and had a happy childhood. Iris attended Hazelwood Country School and Hardisty High School.  On August 9, 1952, Iris married Ken Drever and they soon started their own family. Having three daughters in under three years while also looking after boarders in a shared house kept Iris very busy. Iris was very well organized and could make bread while sewing, cooking, canning and caring for her children. Babies kept arriving, sadly losing twin boys but then having two more sons to complete the family. Iris was a lifelong member of the Eastern Star, Royal Purple and UCW in both Hardisty and later when the family moved to Camrose (1965). Church suppers, fairs, funerals, staff parties, family reunions and weddings were nothing for Iris to organize and pull off. Iris never ran short of delicious food no matter how large the crowd was. Christmas at Grandma’s house was extra special, and she took no shortcuts to be sure everyone had a great time and felt special. Loaves of fruit bread for the entire family and many friends at Christmas time will be sadly missed. Iris was able to perfectly balance the busy business life of her husband and their family needs. She was completely supportive of her husband and cared deeply for her children, sons, daughters-in-law, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Iris was a great seamstress  and enjoyed making clothes, wedding gowns, knitting and especially porcelain dolls. Friends were very important to Iris and she was fortunate to have many very special and lifelong friends with whom she enjoyed spending time. Iris leaves behind her husband Ken; her children Lynn (Roy) Fixsen, Judy (Daryl) Larson, Vickie (Cliff) Cullum, Cliff (Beverly), Dale (Shelley); her 20 grandchildren: Fixsens – Micheal (Heather), Jeff (Jaima), Brett (Leslie), Clay (Julia), Cody (Jaclyn); Larsons – Neil (Everly), Becky (Jeff McClements), Megan (Ryan Paterson), Lana (Tanner  DeLorey); Cullums – Jody (Ryan Bergseth), Penny (Adam Foster), Ashley (Clark Leslie); Drevers – Lyndell (Ryan Mowat), Ross, David (Lindsay), Lee; Drevers – Alicia (Blair Mackie), Taryn (Mike Ference), Christy and Jordie; her 37 great-grandchildren; and her siblings: Alan (Raymonde) Creasy and sisters Phillys (Les Evans) and Doris (Louis Swanson). Iris was predeceased by her parents; infant twin sons; and brothers David, Martin, Bryan and Donald.   A Funeral Service was held on Friday, October 11, 2013 at 2:00 p.m., from Camrose United Church with Rev. Brian Hunter and Mary Ann Pastuck officiating. Interment has taken place in Valleyview Cemetery, Camrose. If friends so desire, memorial contributions are gratefully accepted to Battle River Community Foundation, the Hospice Society of Camrose and District, or to a charity of your choice. To send condolences please visit

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In loving memory of

Jeanne (Keohane) Severson March 26, 1943 – October 18, 2010 We thought of you today But that is nothing new We thought of you yesterday And will tomorrow, too We think of you in silence And make no outward show For what it meant to lose you Only those who love you know Remembering you is easy We do it every day It’s the heartache of losing you That will never go away Love Bob, Jennifer, Michael, Danny and families

In loving memory of

Robert Mickelson October 4, 1925 – October 18, 2008 The snow falls softly   on your resting place The stars still twinkle   in the dark night sky The moon glistens   on the snow as always The call of the loon   that you love is also the same Our love is still strong and true We miss you every day Your family, Irene, Ray, Glen, Connie and Leon

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Andrew Hagen

Glenn Odell Olson

Jean Olsen

1942 – 2013

Glenn Olson passed away on October 4, 2013 at St. Mary’s Hospital in Camrose, AB at the age of 83 years. Glenn was born on October 3, 1930 in Camrose to Gustav and Anne Olson. His childhood  was spent on a farm in the Bawlf and Ohaton area. Glenn worked primarily as a trucker for the County of Camrose and retired at the age of 65. He was very proud to be a life member of Camrose Branch #57 of the Royal Canadian Legion. In 2012, he was presented with the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal by M.P. Kevin Sorenson. He enjoyed Camrose Country Opry, travelling, golfing, camping, fishing and family card games. Left to cherish his memory are his wife Eileen; one daughter Carmen (Dean) Parry; grandson Kyle; three stepchildren Patricia, Denise and Joanne (Tony); four step-grandchildren Tim, Kyla, Derrick and Krysta; four step-great-grandchildren Tyliah, Breeanna, Daniel and Saraya; and numerous comrades and friends. He was predeceased by his parents Gustav and Anne Olson, son-in-law Richard, and two grandchildren. A funeral service was held on Thursday, October 10, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. from Burgar Memorial Chapel with Mary Ann Pastuck officiating. Inurnment followed in Valleyview Cemetery, Camrose. Memorial contributions are gratefully accepted to S.T.A.R.S or Camrose Opry Association. To send condolences please visit  www.burgarfuneralhome. com.

Jean Olsen of Camrose, Alberta passed away on October 5, 2013 at the age of 87 years. She is survived by her sons Lyle (Judy), John (Faith) and Bruce (Muriel); daughters Elaine (Mal) and Debbie; 11 grandchildren; 20 greatgrandchildren; numerous family and friends. She was predeceased by her husband Les. A funeral service was held at 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, October 9, 2013 at Century Meadows Baptist Church in Camrose. Memorial donations may be made to the Gideons or to Living Springs Bible Camp. A special thank-you goes to Dr. Letley and the staff of Sunrise Village for the compassionate care they provided to Jean. Also, thank you to Pastor Mal Wagner and Pastor Ed Lehman for officiating the service, and to Ruth Klassen for leading the music during the memorial service.

It is with great sadness that the family of Andrew Hagen announces his passing on September 26, 2013 in Comox, BC, at the age of 70. (Alfred) Andrew Hagen was born in Hardisty, AB on December 9, 1942, son of Agnes (Heenan) and Alfred Goskall Hagen. He received his early schooling in Courtenay, BC, graduated from Burnaby South High School and set out to experience many once-ina-lifetime opportunities. As a result, his employment experiences were diverse. He worked as a jet engine mechanic in the RCAF, RCMP officer, race car driver and mechanic, logger, musician, record producer, business owner, newspaper publisher, radio personality and telecom/IT/security professional. Andrew was a technical genius and could fix just about anything. In 2008, he returned “home” to the ComoxCourtenay area to reunite with his high school sweetheart, Gale, and to embark upon his dream of restoring a sailboat and spending time on the water. During his last days, Andrew often said that he accomplished everything he ever wanted in his life and that his time in Comox held the happiest moments. Andrew is survived by his loving wife, Gale; daughter Andrea of Victoria, BC; his sister Mary Mackay (Gary) of Ryley, AB; his nephews; and extended family members. He was predeceased by his son, Clint. Andrew was also a mentor and played an influential part in the lives of many. He will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him. At Andrew’s request, there will not be a funeral or service. Those who so desire may make memorial donations in memory of Andrew to a charity of their own choice.

Camrose and Daysland was in care of the arrangements Phone 780-672-2121 “Dedicated service since 1906”

Our dedicated team of funeral directors and colleagues: (Front L-R): Rod Madison, Jennifer Kontek, Leona Norenberg, Keri Vickers, Bob Hanrahan. (Middle L-R): John Person, Cam Parker, Jim Gillespie, Bart Orr. (Back L-R): Barrie Fenby, Robert Lyslo, Alvin Koehli

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Honour your departed friend or relative Wilmer (Bill) Thompson Wilmer Thompson passed away on Monday, September 30, 2013 at 81 years of age. He was born and raised in the Edberg area. He is survived by his wife Pauline; four children; his brothers Ken and Cameron Thompson from the Edberg area; and many other relatives around Edberg, Camrose, Fort Assiniboine, High River and Okotoks areas.

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Why is this couple smiling?

Date Night is coming to The Gallery Restaurant Friday, October 18


AUDITIONS for the Kelsey Dinner Theatre production of

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5:30 to 7:00 p.m.

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• Nikolai Volkoff • Shortsleeve Sampson • Harry Smith • And many more

Sunday, October 20, 2013 at tthee Cam Camrose Fieldhouse 4514-54 Street

Proceeds to assist Camrose cancer patient, 8-year-old

Justice Wollman

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Wrestling champion Volkoff set By Murray Green

Nikolai Volkoff will long be remembered in wrestling history as part of a world champion tag team duo. He partnered with The Iron Sheik to claim the title (as villains) in the World Tag Team Championship at the first WrestleMania. He was also a champion with the Mongols and Executioners, and had a good career as a single fighter. "I still wrestle because I love the sport. My grandfather was a champion, but he was killed before I was born. I fight in his honour and I like to remain healthy and stay in shape," said Nikolai. A special benefit live professional wrestling night on Oct. 20 will be held at the Camrose Fieldhouse to raise funds for Justice Wollman, an eight-year-old girl, who was diagnosed with brain cancer in late August. "To survive cancer is a long, hard fight. I want to help out because I like to see people happy and healthy," added Nikolai. Continued on page 19

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Wrestling champion fights for Justice Continued from page 18

"When I got up to 345 pounds I had high blood pressure. I read and studied about eating healthier. Now I promote being healthier and this is my chance to help others." Local wrestling promoter Jack Daniels encourages Camrose to support the Sifton School student in her battle with cancer by making a donation or attending the show. The RockStar Entertainment Group and Wrestling Federation will be donating Justice's share of the amount to her trust fund and also to help the Kids with Cancer Society with the Fight For Justice wrestling card on Oct. 20. "Justice was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumour the size of a walnut," explained Jack. The Wollman family will be travelling to Florida in January for a special type of radiation therapy that is not yet available in Canada. Justice, daughter of April and Justin Wollman, is currently in Grade 4. The wrestling night will feature Nikolai Volkoff, Harry Smith (the son of legend British Bulldog Davey Boy Smith), Jason the Terrible and midget wrestler Short Sleeve Sampson, who is on his farewell tour. About 20 wrestlers will be in several matches. A huge tag team event is also in the plans. Nikolai is probably best known as the evil Russian part of the famous tag team. "When our family left (Yugoslavia) we ended up in Calgary. I became friends with wrestling promoter Stu Hart and with the family including Brett Hart," he explained. "Stu was the nicest man in the sport and he helped me train. I fought for him for a year before moving on to Toronto and Montreal." Volkoff went south to become a major player in the early 1970s when WWE was still under the ownership of Vince McMahon, Sr. "I also became close friends with British Bulldog Davey Boy Smith, who was a very good wrestler. I'm glad to be on the same card in Camrose as his son Harry," he added. "I like to wrestle on weekends for independent promoters," he said. "When I was younger going every night was okay, but now I don't like to be on the road that much." Nikolai is more at home as a weekend warrior and helping people like Justice Wollman of Camrose. The doors open on Oct. 20 at 6 p.m. and the bell rings at 7 p.m. Tickets are available by calling 780-281-5078.

Mix it up!

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• 55+ League – Tuesdays at 1 p.m. • Ladies’ League – Wednesdays at 1 p.m.

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14A – Gory Violence, Substance Abuse

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Nightly: 6:30 & 9:10 pm Sat., Sun., & Thurs. Matinees: 1:30 pm

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Are you a mid-20s to mid-40s woman seeking positive, lasting change in your life? Join us and get connected with other amazing women! Runs six months from November to April. Regular meetings held the second Friday of every month from 7 to 9 p.m. • Teachings • Growth Challenges

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October 17 , 18 and 19 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17

Karaoke Contest


1st Prize – $250 CASH!

2nd Prize – $100 Bar Tab 3rd Prize – $50 Bar Tab Sponsored by Swan City Yoga Studio

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18 5:00 p.m. to 3:00 a.m.

Kick-Off Party SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19 The party keeps going!

19th Annual

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.”

Bratwurst and Pretzels all three days!

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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

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time to switch! The family of Frieda Thompson would like to invite you to an afternoon of fellowship and laughter to commemorate her 80th birthday, Sunday, October 20, 2013, 1:30 to 4:30 p.m., 2:00 program, Edberg Drop In Center

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CORRECTION On the front page of The Country Booster, October 8 edition, it was inadvertantly reported that Sunworks Farm is currently raising 11,000 turkeys. The correct number is 1,100. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.



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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23 - 9:30 A.M. - SIMMONS ROOFING 14609-119 AVE., EDMONTON - PH 780-455-5376 ● COMPLETE SELL-OUT OF ROOFING EQUIPMENT, VEHICLES, TRAILERS, MATERIALS, SHOP ITEMS,OFFICE EQUIP. CONSIGNED: CAT V160 - 16,000 lb. FORKLIFT, 14' Lift SUN., OCT. 27 - 12 NOON - ESTATE OF GILLES LAMOUREUX - FT. SASK.,AB. FOR INFO. PH. PAT - 780-935-9103 LOCATION: 54371 - Rg.Rd. 223 - From Ft. Sask. 1 mile South of The McDonalds to Twp.Rd. 544 & 1 mile East to Rg.Rd. 223 & 200

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Corporate Services • Corporate Registries – Level 3 • File Annual Returns • Register Trade Names/Partnerships • Incorporate Companies Vital Statistics • Birth/Marriages/Death Certificates • Marriage Licences Other Services Include • Land Title Searches • Raffle Licences • Traffic Fine Payments

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Chartered Accountants Directory 3831B-44 Avenue, Camrose, AB T4V 3T1 Phone (780)679-2515, Fax (780)679-2507 Toll Free: 1-877-679-2515

Brandon Kroeger, CA, CFA Greg Joyce, CA Larry Lewsaw, CA D. M. Scarisbrick, CGA, CA D. K. Currie, ACIA

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• Douglas A. Tien, FCA • Shirley G. Rostad, CA

Beth P. Kushnerick, CA Dean R. Inman, CGA Clark T. MacKay, CA Michael Wetsch, CGA Jaime Aicken, CGA Landon Miciak, CA Annette McTavish, ACIA

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$1,695) and excludes licence, insurance, registration, any dealer administration fees, other dealer charges and other applicable fees and taxes. Dealer trade may be necessary. Dealer may sell for less. *$9,250 in Consumer Cash Discounts are available on new 2013 Ram 1500 models (excluding Reg Cab). See your dealer for

CARS AND TRUCKS DADS - LOOKING FOR A CAR WITHOUT A BACK SEAT? Count on our classifieds. We match up buyers and sellers. The Camrose Booster, phone 780-672-3142. 2012 CHRYSLER 200 – 5,800 km., metallic brown, $14,900. Ph. 780-672-6522 between 7:00 and 8:00 p.m.







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Wise customers read the fine print: The All Out Clearout Event offers are limited time offers which apply to retail deliveries of selected new and unused models purchased from participating dealers on or after October 2, 2013. Offers subject to change and may be extended without notice. All pricing includes freight ($1,595–


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The Red Deer Renegades U18 girls' soccer team earned bronze medals at the Tier 2 provincials held in Medicine Hat. Coach Paul Stone of Camrose (and the women's soccer coach at the University of Alberta, Augustana Campus) guided the Red Deer squad in a Tier 1/2

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Concert this Thursday Guillaume Tardif and Roger Admiral will recreate the fun and flashy atmosphere of 18th and 19th century opera by adapting its most showy vocal pieces for the virtuosity of strings and piano in a concert at the University of Alberta Augustana faculty this Thursday. You will hear Lensky's Aria from Tchaikowsky's Eugene Onegin, as well as selections from Mozart's Magic Flute, Donizetti's Lucia de Lamermoor, Verdi's La Traviata, Wagner's Parsifal and Gounod's Faust. The free performance will be held in the Faith and Life Centre chapel starting at 7:30 p.m. Guillaume Tardif is associate professor of violin and serves as head of strings and chamber music at the department of music, University of Alberta. Roger Admiral is a freelance musician and a university contract instructor based in Camrose. Most recently, Roger and Guillaume performed at Carnegie Hall, New York City. They have also presented concerts in Switzerland, Hungary, Austria, Korea and across Canada.

Which candidate has impressed you the most?

Grant Skippen

"I can't really put my finger on one. There are three or four I have in mind and I am glad to see that a few of them that were there before are trying to get back. There are a couple of new ones that look really good as well. The one good thing about this election is that there is a mayor's race."

Randal Nickel

Without listing specific names I would say the candidates who are expressing a need for a social and economic balance in decisionmaking. The health of our community is more than just the economic activity. Cuts in spending may lead to short term economic gain but the social and economic costs in the long run are much higher.

Cherie Dewitz

"I would have to say Norm Mayer. He seems to me to be very well versed with regards to the goings on in the community and is very approachable. For the school board trustee I would say Lorrie Sitler. I think there needs to be change on the school board and feel that she would be a good person to help bring that about."

David Samm

Bill Sears, Tony Hladun and Agnes Hoveland are the ones who have impressed me. I like Bill's background. He has municipal experience from a distance and he is the only candidate who came by and asked us questions at Battle River Watershed Alliance pertinent to water. Tony Hladun has the business experience and would be a good addition to council.

Luke Norrie

"I really don't have a favourite in this election. They are all on the same playing field right now. I just have to almost pick one out of the hat. I don't know if any of them are what Camrose is looking for. I think we need some young fresh blood in town. Unfortunately we have the same old politics happening."

Pat Lofvendahl

Bill Sears because he came over and sat with us at coffee here (Mirror Lake Centre). There must have been ten of us and he was the one that impressed me the most. He was just so candid and relaxed and that made us feel relaxed with him. (Pat Lofvendahl is a member of the Canasta Club which meets at the Mirror Lake Centre).

Sarah Skinner

"I think one of the candidates for councillor that stands out for me above the rest in this election is Pat Mader Mundel. She is very much involved in the community and wants to do what is best for the community. She would work for things like arts and culture but also pay attention to the City's finances."

Dave Jewell

Bill Sears has made the biggest impression on me because he is straightforward and has not ruled out any options. He has not automatically said we are going to cut taxes. He is not really going to form any opinions until he gets in and sees what needs to be done, which is good because you can't continue to provide services while you are cutting taxes.

Camrose Open Door gears up for annual bed races By Laurel Nadon Special to the Booster

Four wheels, a mattress, teamwork plus a healthy dose of creativity will be the key to success at the Open Door’s annual bed races. The eighth annual event will be held on Saturday, Oct. 19 at 1 p.m. at the CRE, with all funds raised going towards housing and support staff at the Open Door. Randal Nickel, executive director for the Open Door, said that they have seen all kinds of entries over the years, from a pull-out couch and chuckwagon to a crib. “They’re racing beds to raise awareness for the need for housing in our community as well as raising funds so that we can provide that service,” Nickel said. Last year the event raised $16,000 and this year’s goal is at least $20,000, which will help offset the housing services and staffing annual budget of $200,000. Five-person teams will race about 10 beds on a 60-metre circuit, which can

Laurel Nadon, Camrose Booster Scotiabank staff members work on their entry for the Open Door’s 8th annual bed races, which will be held on Saturday, Oct. 19 at 1 p.m. From left to right are: Cheryle Jacobsen, Deb Leibel, Ryan Mohan, Ashley Bekkeheim and Dana Rempel.

take as little as 20 to 30 seconds to complete. After two time trials to rank the teams, the top eight go wheel-towheel in the championship round. Categories for prizes include Fastest Bed, Most Money Raised and Slowest Bed, with prizes related to team building activities such

as paintball passes and movie tickets. Judging begins at noon, with the judges looking at team spirit, costuming and time to decorate the beds. “It’s really meant for them to have fun,” Nickel said. “They put a lot of time and effort into it. They see a connection with the event

itself that it’s fun for them to do, but it’s also for a good cause.” Deb Leibel, customer service representative at Scotiabank, has had a team in the event for at least five years. They choose a theme the year before and then start constructing the bed a month before the event, with previous themes including a coffin, stagecoach and crib. With Scotiabank matching their pledges dollar for dollar, they typically win the Most Money Raised category, with about $5,000 raised last year. Leibel said that they have already raised $2,200 in pledges so far this year. “We have a lot of customers who, when they find out the bank is matching the money, they pledge more,” Leibel said. “It’s so much fun now, there’s entertainment, pie and coffee so come out and cheer us on.” The 11 team members, who take turns in the various races, have been busy welding, pressure washing and finding costumes for this year’s event.

“It’s a team effort. We have a lot of fun,” Leibel said, adding that the tellers have chosen Centra Cam’s bowla-thon and the bed race as their annual fundraising events. “It keeps our kids off the streets, so they have a place to go and to get an education.” Admission is free for all interested community members, and Fox TaeKwon-Do will kick the event off shortly before 1 p.m. with a demonstration. The demand for housing was highlighted this July after a needs assessment was completed, which showed that the group requires a greater focus on housing and supports. The assessment has led to a few changes at the Open Door. “It was no surprise to us housing and supports were identified as a high need,” Nickel said, adding that without housing, it’s much more difficult for young adults to go to school and work. Continued on page 42

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Candidates have their say on issues The Camrose Booster caught up with the candidates for mayor and City council after the election forum at the Bailey Theatre last week and presented them with four questions, asking them to answer just one. All responded with the exception of Agnes Hoveland. We hope you benefit from reading their comments.

TEN GOOD REASONS to vote for Mike 'Lefty' Morris


Russell Hawkins What is the most pressing problem that Camrose council needs to address this term? Specifically, what strength do you bring to solve that issue or assist in a solution? Then name three other problems which will keep councillors awake at night during this pending term of office. The most pressing issue council will face is the education and morale of taxpayers. The conflict within council over the past year has made some taxpayers wary of municipal politics. City council needs to treat our taxpayers with the respect they deserve, and we all need to remember that respect is a two-way street. My top priority will be to re-engage the taxpayers with their City council, and I will be honest with them. I am a no-nonsense, practical leader. I am willing to listen to questions that a mayor doesn’t normally want to hear, and I am willing to give answers that politicians don’t normally like to give. The problems that will keep council members awake at night are: 1) a public works building or a public swimming pool; 2) managing growth and attracting new businesses; and 3) ensuring an acceptable level of “quality-of-life” spending while maintaining core services.

Norman Mayer Should the City of Camrose be in the land development business, or should this responsibility be left in the hands of developers? What is your method of turning the City-owned lands on the eastern edge and western fringe of Camrose into revenue-generating residential lots and commercial properties? Several years ago, Camrose made the decision, due to limited demand for commercial Continued on page 28




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. Railway crossings in Camrose should be silent. We should have arms installed to come down blocking through traffic instead of having the engineers blow their loud, intrusive whistles, waking up children and residents, disrupting sleep. A few years back, a list of about 400 citizens asked City Hall to move forward on this issue. The cost was estimated at $50,000 per crossing. The City’s land fund could pay these costs. Let’s move forward. As a city, we have had many quality business people volunteer on many different boards. Sometimes they’re not invited back to a meeting or think tank session because they dared to ask tough questions, moving away from traditional thinking that sometimes can hold us back. I would encourage those community-minded citizens to please continue to step forward. Camrose needs to be seen as a citizen-friendly city, not only a seniorfriendly community. Camrose is a great city in which to raise a family and that simple message needs to be heard more.


We all know taxes are a little high in Camrose, so I believe all city departments need to look at their budgets and find ways to cut or reduce spending without hurting our core services.

5. 4. 3. 2.


Public transportation must be a priority. The need was identified many years ago. Let’s move forward.

Our aquatic centre is in need of a major overhaul. Let’s move forward. As mayor I would open up discussions with the University of Alberta, Augustana Campus, and Dean Allen Berger, on ways we can work together to increase our student population. Increasing the student population would bring benefits to all of Camrose. The urban sprawl we are creating needs to be addressed. We need to decide if the city should be in the business of developing land. We should find ways as a city to help developers, both large and small. Let’s move forward with their projects in an efficient and timely manner. A tourism tax should be strongly looked at across the board. We have a handful of hotels that voluntarily collect a modest one per cent on their guest rooms which they contribute to Tourism Camrose. I believe all businesses which rent rooms by the day, week or month should contribute to this fund which helps us attract more events to Camrose. We all benefit.


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

MORRIS, Mike ‘Lefty’ Mayor, City of Camrose


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I’ll be honored to bring a legal perspective to Council for four years

Kevin Hycha on “tired” bleachers in Kin Park

What’s ahead for City Council? Many difficult decisions lie ahead. I’ve enjoyed dozens of conversations with people I’m hoping to represent by serving on council. The wants and needs of Camrosians are likely going to be more numerous than our limited resources in the immediate future, as council will be playing catch-up as a result of some of the very expensive projects championed by previous councils. City infrastructure’s needs have to be prioritized, or we as taxpayers will clearly have even higher taxes to pay. Basic core services will need significant resources in the immediate future, and it’s a certainty the mayor, councillors and administration have a lot of homework to do on some sort of significantly scaled back transportation system (talked about for years), some finite decision on the swimming pool dilemma, the waste water treatment situation, budget requests and suggestions from every city department.

It’s a time for efficiency, business judgment, and unsurpassed prudence. I wouldn’t be running for Council if I didn’t feel I could handle this enormous responsibility.

HYCHA , Kevin for Camrose Council


but choose me for my previous council experience. Count on me for the common sense I can bring and the belief I’ve previously expressed – renewed focus on our city’s core services.

Throndson, Wayne


for Camrose City Council

Sound Financial Management of/for our City. Please let me serve you, to make sure “the numbers make sense”


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industrial and residential land, to remain in the development business in order that small parcels of land could be made available for potential development as required. One community found themselves in the position of having adjoining residential land owned by develop-

ers. During the construction slowdown, the developers would not develop small parcels of land; which resulted in no residential lots available for development. Camrose does not have the volume required, in either industrial or residential development, and would, therefore, not be able to entice major developers to

X proceed with a small number of lots at any one time, in order to accommodate slower growth. We have to remain in the land development business and develop what is required on an ongoing basis for both residential and commercial properties on the west and east side of Camrose.

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I have been an active volunteer in this community, and I feel it’s my obligation to further contribute to the growth and prosperity of Camrose by running for mayor. Camrose needs a strong advocate, and I will be that advocate. I will work full-time with city council, listen to the taxpayers, and promote our city. My experience as an entrepreneurial businessman combined with my education give me the background and skills I need to serve Camrose and its citizens. Call me at 780-781-4116 and we can get together and talk.

MAYOR I am... *a business owner and entrepreneur *knowledgeable about environmentallyfriendly energy and construction *open-minded and progressive *innovative and creative *a problem solver *practical and logical *hard-working and dedicated *a team player *forward thinking and committed

* Taxes are essential in maintaining a city, but let’s optimize our efficiency using current tax dollars rather than raising rates. * Public transit and bike lanes would reduce car traffic and the deterioration of our streets. Making Camrose more bike-friendly would help improve the health of our residents. * We must grow our businesses to bring new money into the city and provide jobs for our growing residential base. * If we’re going to spend money, let’s make sure we’re getting the best long-term value, not short-term benefits at the future’s expense. I grew up in the Camrose area, and now my wife and I are raising our family here. I am invested in and dedicated to the long-term success of this community. Russell Hawkins

Exercise your democratic freedom: vote on Oct. 21

My job, working on your behalf:

Tony Hladun

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for Council

For those of you who know me and to those who don’t– my reputation is “an open door always” and “go see Ray if you want to discuss City business”.

I would work for appropriate growth and good management to give Camrose a tax and revenue base to maintain and enhance facilities and services. Let’s make a good place to live even better. I have: ✔ Time to devote to understanding the issues ✔ Desire to make the right decisions ✔ Business and management experience for good decision-making

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I’m a big picture, entire city kind of councillor. With challenges and opportunities ahead, my time will never be limited to single issues. Let’s move forward in positive fashion.

Thanks, for your vote!

McIsaac, Ray Phone 780-679-8363 Camrose Council

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Mike Morris Should the City of Camrose be in the land development business, or should this responsibility be left in the hands of developers? What is your method for turning the City-owned land on the eastern edge and western fringe of Camrose into revenue-generating residential lots and commercial property? I believe land development should be left in the hands of private developers. We have many residential areas that need to be completed before any new areas open up. We have created an urban sprawl situation in Camrose. Developers have to turn a profit and yet we have a land fund that doesn’t appear to be making a profit. We are tying up City dollars. West-end commercial developments were spurred on by private developers with solid development agreements in place to insure tax growth in a timely manner. Our eastend business park doesn’t seem to have any agreements in place to help grow our tax base. I can only ask, why not? We are tying the hands of our economic development officer. He needs to be more than a real estate salesman. Let’ turn Ray Telford loose so he can use his skills and expertise in helping diversity our economic growth.

Doug Appleby With a significant portion of the City’s pledged MSI funding allocated to the current City Hall project through 2016, how will you address our pressing infrastructure needs and from where in the budget will the money come? Are you in favour of higher taxation rates to cover such costs?

With the MSI funding being spent up to and including 2016, there is going to be great difficulty in finding money to do all or any of the necessary infrastructure projects. I am not in favor of a tax increase to do any infrastructure projects. The only other option will be to debenture borrow to get these projects done. The end result is that we will have to debenture borrow to fix our roads and streets, when we should have debentured the loan for City Hall. The previous council avoided this because there would have been a possibility that, when they advertised that they were going to borrow the money to build City Hall, it could have been forced to a plebiscite. There would have been a possibility that it would not pass, thus the project would not proceed. We are saddled with that decision.

Mayoral candidates Norman Mayer, Mike Morris and Russell Hawkins sat side by side at the election forum last week.

Gordon Berg Is the perceived problem of unreasonable delays for building and renovation permits in our engineering and building department real? If you believe it is, how can we count on you for a solution to the situation? The one common comment from the builders and contractors I talked to was that there are definite delays in the issuing of building and renovation permits in our engineering and building department. They feel that the biggest reason for that is that they need more inspectors (currently there is only one) to keep up with the demand. A suggested solution for this is that the City could outsource the building and inspection permitting to companies that specialize in this area. The hiring of independent companies would greatly speed up the permitting time and help avoid any conflict of interest situations. However, before any recommendation is made, a thorough assessment must be done of our current process by asking current staff and builders and contractors how they feel this process can be improved. I would also encourage that we study how other municipalities do it. After a thorough review, we would recommend changes.

Phil Hall Is the perceived problem of unreasonable delays for building and renovation permits in our engineering and building department real? If you believe it is, how can we count on you for a solution to the situation? This issue confuses me a little as my wife Satuot and I just completed our new home that we started in the fall of 2010. I’m certain there were different administration and building inspectors at this time. I dropped off the development permit and was told about five days. A week later I checked my email and my approval was already there and done. I went for the building permit and had that in less than a week as well. So, here is my point,

based on some of the complaints I’ve heard lately. What the heck has changed since my great experience? I can plainly see that we are no way as busy compared to some years. Just drive around and see for yourself. My question to the mayor, council and administration would be, "Have we less competent people now than we had before?" Is there more senseless bureaucracy now than there was before? How has the service gone from good to totally unacceptable? We either fix it, or get the people who can!

Janet Hatch Most communities of our size in the province do not allocate the percentage of budget we do to policing. Are we spending an appropriate amount of money on policing for our citizens? Can we sustain this level? Camrose is home to an outstanding local police service. Although it's true that we pay a slightly higher per capita rate for policing than other comparable municipalities do, we receive a substantial benefit to our community as a result. Having our own municipal police service enables us to have our own Major Crimes Unit, our own K-9 Unit, as well as a Forensic Identification Specialist. All of these services are offered through the RCMP, but not generally in smaller centres such as ours. This allows our police to react to situations immediately and efficiently, resulting in more successful crime detection and protection for our citizens. It is my belief that the level of spending allocated to policing in Camrose is both appropriate and sustainable for the added benefit we receive.

Anthony Hladun With a figure of $50 million being thrown around for a replacement water treatment plant, give us your view on this project. The timeline? The funding model? The necessity? Also, the ramifications of the Cargill crushing plant on this project and our water source situation once

the now-being built plant is up and running? Treated wastewater must meet specific standards so two factors determine when Camrose will need a new treatment facility: as population and industries increase, our facility may not be able to meet current standards. Also, when Camrose reaches 20,000, a higher standard will apply. Alberta Environment sets the regulations and we must meet them. The Cargill plant will increase our wastewater, but the makeup of their discharge will determine the impact on the overall system. We cannot predict when the treatment facility will need to be replaced, but it will happen sometime. Funding could come from two sources: one is provincial (and federal) grants, but these are uncertain. The second is municipal borrowing, where a 30-year $50 million debenture would cost us and our children about $3 million per year. It is possible that added front-end treatment could augment the existing facility and extend its life at a lesser cost.

Garth Horton With a figure of $50 million being thrown around for a replacement water treatment plant, give us your view on this project. The timeline? The funding model? The necessity? Also, the ramifications of the Cargill crushing plant on this project and our water source situation once the now-being built plant is up and running? In regards to a water treatment plant I believe that having clean, safe water is the number one priority for Camrose. If elected to City council it would be my goal to work towards the goal of replacing the water treatment plant. This can be accomplished by working with all levels of government to ensure that this burden is not totally the municipal taxpayer’s responsibility. There has also been much discussion about the amount of water that we have at our disposal. Many ideas such as a pipeline from the North Saskatchewan River to bring water to Camrose and

dredging Dried Mead Lake to increase our water availability have been discussed. Any of these solutions would require careful study and consideration. It is my goal to involve the residents of this city by having public forums, to provide input and support to the process of ensuring an abundant supply of safe, clean water.

Kevin Hycha A new public works facility, a new library, a new animal rescue shelter, a new swimming pool are just a few of the potential capital projects that have been talked about in the recent council term. Of these, or other capital-intensive projects, what are your personal priorities, your time-line for same, and your funding formula to see these to fruition? I agree that Camrose has a number of facilities, along with a number of streets/sidewalks requiring attention. Approaching these issues needs to be carefully examined during the budget process. At that time, prioritizing each of the issues would be my goal. If I had to pick one, I would examine the needs of the aquatic centre. I'm told the pool is too small to hold competitions, the water is so cold the kids' lips turn blue, and the dressing rooms are out dated. If possible, I would make the pool more appealing to use, but if it’s not economical or practical then ultimately I would like to see a new pool built so that it attracts events much like the arena does, which it is attached to. This would bring visitors, revenue and possibly more employment to our city.

Max Lindstrand What is your goal pertaining to additional affordable housing in the community? What is the right formula for additional dwellings in this program? Do we, in fact, want and need more affordable housing in the City of Camrose? Can we afford it? Many residents of Camrose have need for affordable housing. Camrose has been ver y successful in Continued on page 31

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On October 21st


LORRIE SITLER Public School Trustee City of Camrose

Energetic, Engaged, Hard-working My Priorities:

Thriving and safe neighborhoods A diverse economy with high-quality jobs Listening to residents Maximizing use of sports and arts facilities - for social and economic benefit ✦ Keeping competitive tax rates while providing core services and amenities ✦ ✦ ✦ ✦

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: Let your voice be heard, ensure you vote on October 21st. Continued from page 30

pursuing provincial grants to support affordable housing options. Four initiatives that have been supported by City Council in recent years include: Rose City Affordable Housing Project – 24 units; Jamieson Manor – 49 apartments; Habitat for Humanity – 22 homes since 1995; Private Developer – several units. The primary role of City council, in addressing the affordable housing issue is to continue to lobby for funding from the provincial and federal orders of government. Additionally, we can try to make land available for affordable housing initiatives. Finally, council needs to continually monitor the supply and need for additional units for families who are struggling with the burden of paying a substantial portion of their income for shelter. These families include those on social assistance as well as those that can best be described as the working poor.

families, and singles who have recently moved to Camrose. They’ve been telling me they love what Camrose has to offer: its character, sense of community, and amenities. They say it’s no problem commuting to work, because living in Camrose is worth it. So, the remark is only partly fair. Local job opportunities can be pursued with the expansion of Camrose’s two biggest employment sectors: health and education (for quality, local jobs). Furthermore, we can maximize use of our sports and arts facilities for employment related to theatre and arts festivals, sports events/academies etc., and capitalize on being a regional centre for tourism, shopping and conventions. I would vigorously promote the business retention and expansion program spelled out in Camrose’s Economic Development Plan. Additionally, we can pursue agricultural-based, valueadded processing opportunities that are not water-use intense.

Pat Mader Mundel

Ray McIsaac

It has been said publicly that one of Camrose’s top industries is exporting youth who are forced to leave the community for employment opportunities. Is this a fair remark? What will your role be in attracting non-retail or service industry employers to Camrose? During my door knocking I have met many young

It has been said publicly that one of Camrose’s top industries is exporting youth who are forced to leave the community for employment opportunities. Is this a fair remark? What will your role be in attracting non-retail or service industry employers to Camrose? Not sure I agree with this remark.

For a vibrant and diversified economy, which improves our tax-base, Camrose should: ✦ ✦ ✦ ✦ ✦ ✦

promote our City as a regional magnet for shopping, conventions and destination tourism create a revitalized Camrose brand pursue a business retention and expansion program encourage the continuing vitality of our downtown and other commercial sectors develop clear guidelines for areas of our city that are lagging, or facing significant change build upon agricultural roots to create value-added processing opportunities

About me:

✦ Lived in Camrose thirty-three years, raised four children, am privileged to have seven grandchildren ✦ Am a retired educator and an avid gardener ✦ Current volunteer roles: Camrose Public Library Board (Finance), Camrose Subdivision and Development Appeal Board, Land Use Bylaw Rewrite working group, Afternoon Film Series (coordinator), Augustana Neighborhood Association (President), Camrose Walkable Committee ✦ Created, monitored, and balanced budgets for provincial and federal grants ✦ Past board member of Camrose Association for Community Living, Camrose and District Food Bank ✦ Winner of a National Development Education Award

For Camrose City Council

Mader M der Mundel, Mund dell Patricia P trii For more information visit


Sandra McLay Reliable, Hard Worker, Fiscally Responsible, Multitasker

• Preserving our past and protecting our future. • Keeping our taxes low and tourism high so people will want to move here, raise their children here, open business here and work here • To always remember that it is not our money, but the taxpayers’ money we are using, and we have to be fiscally responsible for each and every dollar we spend. • We need low cost housing for those who cannot afford a house, or the escalating price of rents. • We also need a better way of transporting our citizens around town. The cost of a taxi round trip for most, is out of the question, Not everyone owns a car. We need a busing system.

For Camrose City Council

McLay, Sandra

I am committed to taking this on as a project to see if other communities are experiencing

what is perceived to be a problem. I hear that a lot of young people choose to leave Cam-

rose and test the waters elsewhere. That is just the way it is.

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I will take a look at our community as well as other communities to see if this is a trend for them or not. If it is, I will ask why? If this is not the case I will ask why not? I will endeavor to find out what other communities offer that would make youth want to remain in their home community. This could very well involve an effort to attract some non-retail or service industries to Camrose. It will mean phone calls, personal contact, as well as visits to other communities as well as to our own to find out the answers.

Sandra McLay

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


Vote on Oct. 21

It has been said publicly that one of Camrose’s top industries is exporting youth who are forced to leave the community for employment opportunities. Is this a fair remark? What will your role be in attracting non-retail or service industry employers to Camrose? I do not believe that that remark is fair. Not all our youth will leave Camrose for employment. Those that do may have to leave to get higher education such as a surgeon, or those wanting to see what big city life holds for them. We have excellent schools here and the Augustana University is second to none. Cargill is opening its plant here soon, which will give a lot of youth new positions. There is the High Velocity Equipment Training College that teaches how to run large bulldozers and graders, those looking to drive those large trucks for the oil sands. We need to make it easier for new companies such as this to Continued on page 33

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- Do you have concerns about the new BRSD marking system? - Why are students leaving the public school system? - Have you reviewed the BRSD Satisfaction Surveys?

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It’s all about the students!

it’s that simple.

The reason I taught for 33 years is the same reason that I want to be your Trustee for Battle River School Division – to help students succeed. If I’m elected to serve you, be assured that every conversation I have, every meeting I attend, every decision I reach, will be based on one philosophy – what’s best for the students of B.R.S.D.

Norm Erickson

“Let’s build trust through transparency”


Trustee, Battle River School Division Continued from page 32

want to come to Camrose by marketing trade shows of all types, oil and gas shows, electronic shows, computer shows, tourism symposiums, anyway we can get the name CAMROSE out there. Branding our city in a new light. That way our future youth will always have a place to learn, work, play and someday raise a family of their own.

Joan Petruk In terms of demographics, the population of Camrose is much older than cities of comparable size in the province. What challenges will surface in this regard going forward? How should City Hall address, alter or recognize this phenomena? Camrose has one the highest percentage of seniors of any community in Alberta at 20 per cent. This can provide both challenges and opportunities. Many seniors live alone and have an increased need for healthcare and other services. When no longer able to drive, they will need transportation to doctor’s appointments, and shopping. They may need help with routine home repairs, lawn care and snow removal. Some may find it difficult maintaining their home and choose to move to an apartment, lodge or be required to enter long-term care. Business/employment opportunities exist in servicing this group: multi-unit housing, long-term care, maintenance work, healthcare providers, grocery delivery, transportation, snow removal, shopping assistance, and entertainment. Camrose has celebrated this segment of the population for years and advertises Camrose as a senior friendly city. Personally, I believe that seniors living in our city can be a blessing and a benefit to our community.


City Council

“It is our responsibility, as candidates, to have done our homework before the election so whoever wins is able to start contributing to council immediately.” - I have experience: 3 terms County Councillor; 3 terms School Trustee - I have been through budgeting processes - I understand taxation issues – assessments, mill rates, off-site levies, local improvement levies - I have talked to all the Department Heads at City Hall - I have obtained and studied the City’s financial and planning documents - I have attended City Council meetings - I am aware of the issues facing the City now and in the future - I have met with many of you on your doorsteps and listened to your concerns - I am committed to Camrose - I am ready to go to work

All I need is your vote on Oct. 21

SEARS, Bill Camrose City Council

Norm Erickson on Assessments in B.R.S.D. 0 is a real number. This mark is a consequence of a student’s action or choice. I believe a 0 grade represents an opportunity for teachers, parents and students to work together for positive improvement. Norm Erickson on Declining Enrollment in B.R.S.D. We must get to the real problem. If we can’t retain students who belong in our public schools, it’s a certainty that even more programs will be in jeopardy. Norm Erickson on Class Sizes in B.R.S.D. No matter how the message might be spun, there’s a point that class sizes are simply too big to allow an appropriate learning environment. Norm Erickson on the Budgeting Process in the B.R.S.D. System For maximum learning, weight the available resources where they will have a more significant direct impact in the classroom. Norm Erickson on Change Sometimes people dig in too deep trying to be right. There’s definitely a place for tradition combined with innovation. If I’m elected to serve you, my priority will be to ensure the expectations of the public be met. It’s all about the students!

A Vote for

Ron Baier is a vote for

Children... What are the ISSUES? • The current budget crisis needs to be resolved. Unprecedented hidden cuts to operations and maintenance budgets that calls for clear knowledge of day-to-day school operations. • Program Delivery and Assessment Practices. Ensure that there is clarity in the proper usage of AFL (Assessment for Learning) as best practice dictates. All children can learn; it is up to the teacher to use appropriate AFL strategies to engage students. • Professional Development of all staff must be encouraged and supported, and is essential to achieve the best possible results for children. • Providing support to School-based Administration as schools are asked to do more with less. • Establishment of PLCs (Professional Learning Communities). • Maintaining the culture and identity of Camrose in the Regional Division. There are Camrose-specific issues that require a Camrose solution. • The evolution of empowerment – we need to work to the inclusion of all voices rather than a limited cross section. • A renewed commitment to the mandate of Catholic education – more emphasis must be placed on bringing children up in the faith. • Meaningful parental involvement in the schools (meaningful to both parents and educators). • The role and impact of technology on our lives. • We need to look at how we communicate the accomplishments of our schools and school district.

Ron has experience at all levels of Catholic education, as a parent, teacher, principal and trustee. He was born in Camrose and has been active in the Parish and the community the past thirty years.

If children could vote, they would vote for


for Separate School Board Trustee on October 21st

Make Your Vote Count

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Notice of Election and Advance Votes and Requirements for Voter Identification


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


One (1)


Eight (8)

Public School Trustee City of Camrose Ward

Two (2)

Separate School Trustee Sherwood Park Ward 1 Camrose Electoral Subdivision 2

One (1)

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: • 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 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

Bill Sears What is the most pressing problem facing City council this next term? Specifically, what strength do you bring to solve that issue or assist in a solution? Name three other problems that will keep councillors awake at night during this pending term of office?

The most pressing problem facing probably any municipality at this time of year is the passing of the 2014 budget. The budget process will look at all the funding requests from all the City departments, compare those requests to all the sources of revenue that the City has, to determine the number of dollars that must be raised from taxation. Of course the challenge is to determine what level of

spending is appropriate to provide for the needs of the City while keeping taxes at an acceptable level. I believe the strength that I have in the budget process is that I have worked through similar processes many times at both the county level and the school board level. Sleepless night #1 The public works maintenance fleet (graders, sanders, street cleaners, etc.) has

PUBLIC NOTICE TO SERVE ON VARIOUS CIVIC BOARDS AND COMMITTEES Camrose County invites written applications from interested citizens to serve on various Civic Boards and Committees. Applications from individual citizens or community organizations in support of a consenting individual are solicited. Appointments will be made by County Council for a term of four years. To be eligible for appointment for a Civic Board of Committee, the Applicants must be electors of Camrose County and a resident in the area to be represented. Letters of application, indicating which Board/Committee the Applicants are willing to serve on, as well as a short Resumé of the Applicant’s background are to be submitted to the undersigned prior to 4:30 p.m., Monday, October 21, 2013, for vacancies on the following: Vacancy(ies)


Area to be Represented

Two (2)


Two (2) residents of the County-at-large to be appointed (Committee of Council – 3.01)

Two (2)

TILLICUM BEACH One (1) year-round permanent resident PARK MANAGEMENT of Tillicum or Paradise, and COMMITTEE One (1) Member from the Public at Large (Committee of Council – 3.03)

Two (2)

PELICAN POINT One (1) year-round permanent resident PARK MANAGEMENT of Pelican Point, and COMMITTEE One (1) Member from the Public at Large (Committee of Council – 3.07)

Five (5)


Five (5) residents of the County-at-large to be appointed (Bylaw 1065)

For further information or to view the Terms of Reference for each committee, please refer to the Camrose County Website at or contact the undersigned at 780-672-4446. STEVEN GERLITZ, County Administrator, Camrose County 3755-43 Avenue, Camrose, Alberta T4V 3S8


LOCAL AUTHORITIES ELECTION ACT (Sections 12, 35, 46, 53) LOCAL JURISDICTION: CAMROSE COUNTY, PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Notice is hereby given: A. That an election will be held for the filling of the following offices: Offices Councillor

Number of Vacancies 1

Electoral Division No. Division 3

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 at: Division Division 3

Polling Stations Kelsey Community Hall Rosalind Community Hall

An Advance Vote for the election of candidates for the above position will be held on the 15th day of October, 2013, between the hours of 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. The advance poll will be located at: Camrose County Administration Building 3755-43 Avenue, Camrose, Alberta T4V 3S8 In order to vote, you must produce identification for inspection. The identification must be one (1) or more of: • Operator / Driver’s license • Government photo identification card (for non-drivers) • Chief Electoral Officer-approved identification which must show the name and address of the elector. For a complete list of approved identification allowed, the elector should check with the County Office of visit Dated at the City of Camrose, in the Province of Alberta, this 30th day of September, 2013. Jody Yuha, Returning Officer

not increased while the City has grown in both population and size. The fleet is stretched and these are big ticket items. Sleepless night #2 The study currently being done on the future of the swimming pool comes in with the recommendation that the pool be replaced. A new pool is not in the current five-year capital plan. How would that

impact on the upcoming projects in the plan? Sleepless night #3 The Bailey Theatre Society comes to the City asking for more funding. I am sleepless because I made a commitment at Tuesday’s forum that I did not want to see the Bailey close. I will stand by that but where does the money come from?

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What is the most pressing problem facing city council this term? Specifically what strength do you bring to solve that issue or assist in a solution. Name three other problems that will keep councillors awake at night? The most pressing problem is how to spend our tax payer dollars responsibly. We need to spend money on core services, worthy causes such as Habitat for Humanity, reducing the debt, and making sure we have enough for recreation and culture. On top of all that, we need to have money in reserves for future capital projects and unexpected expenditures such as inclement weather, repairs to infrastructure, unanticipated events not budgeted for and offsetting a potential downturn in the economy. We have to do all this while keeping within our budget. I feel I have strengths to bring to council in this regard. I have been the treasurer of the student union at university and the treasurer of our local Alberta Teachers' Association. Having sat on several boards, I know how a budget works. I have taken financial courses in university. I believe that all money issues should be dealt with making good sound judgment based on research and examining all sides of an issue. Other problems that will keep me up at night: 1. Encouraging business development in Camrose that will attract families and support those already residing here. There needs to be businesses that pay high enough wages to support families. At the same time, we need to meet the needs of seniors. As a council we need to support these businesses whenever possible, giving local people priority if everything else is equal. 2. Everyone has a pet project be it library, an animal shelter, swimming pool, or transportation. Council needs a priority structure to decide which, if any, are looked at first. 3. I am capable and willing to take on the challenge of a steep learning curve, however it will keep me up at night.

PJ Stasko In terms of demographics, the population of Camrose is much older than cities of comparable size in the province. What challenges will surface in this regard going forward? How should City Hall address, alter or recognize this phenomena? While Camrose does

f o r Norm

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Valerie Sims


Experienced and ready

for the issues of your city on day one as Mayor. I know what’s on your mind because I’ve listened to your comments, praise and concerns pertaining to this community. I’ve been down this path before, having served Camrose previously as a councillor and your mayor. (Frankly, I think it would be extremely challenging to be in the mayor’s chair without councillor experience first). I know how much work lies ahead and I’m up for the challenge and the opportunity it presents for each of us who has chosen Camrose as “home” or to set up a business. I care deeply about this community. I’ve lived here my adult life and raised my family here, too. I’ve watched our community’s progress, participated in it’s evolution from a small rural town to a preferred regional centre for health, education and retail. Lately I have been increasingly concerned with City decisions that have the potential for negative impact on our city. Many discussions and well-thought-out decisions are around the corner.

I’d welcome the opportunity to represent you as Mayor of Camrose. I respectfully invite your vote on Monday, October 21st.

Thank You.

MAYER, Norman for Mayor


Caring about Camrose Listening to be your voice to:

✓ Ensure a healthy and vibrant community ✓ Be responsible and accountable


HOVELAND, Agnes Camrose City Council

have an older population base, it is with good reason. Camrose is a beautiful and peaceful community with a very high standard of health

care and services. The demographic has remained the same from 1998 to 2011 with seniors comprising 20 per cent of our population.


There is a noted increase in baby boomers and from the ages of 21-40. City Hall has to be prudent to the fact that the older population has built

Camrose to the outstanding community it is. Many people move here, or remain here specifically because of Continued on page 36

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Cheryl Smith:

The future is bright for students in Camrose

he changes facing us today in education can be compared to a major house renovation. The frame is still in place, while around us everything is shifting and sometimes seems to be in disarray. Nothing is quite like it used to be and nothing seems to come easy. What gets any family through renovations is its ability to support and help each other adapt, with patience and the belief that at the end of the day, an improved house will emerge. I believe an improved house is emerging for BRSD. Enrolments are stabilizing. Student achievement is improving. Drop out rates are going down. The future is bright for students in Camrose. Let’s move ahead, there is more to talk about than assessment, and more to debate than zeroes. Upcoming issues include: • TECHNOLOGY – How do we balance its opportunities and challenges? • REALIGNMENT – How do we solve the problem of some schools bursting at the seams while others have extra space? • GOVERNANCE – How does the board fulfill its role as local government? In addition, board members need to understand the implications of the new Education Act and be ready to rewrite policy to be in alignment. They need to be familiar with the changes and improvements resulting from Inspiring Education, including curriculum, achievement tests, high school flexibility … the list goes on. During times of transition the only way to succeed is to wo rk together. The next Battle River School Division board needs to have vision, a commitment to exploring new ideas, and a plan to engage people in the conversation about education.

For knowledge, experience, proven leadership qualities and a focus on the future…

ELECT CHERYL SMITH City of Camrose Public School Trustee For more information on candidates, see and

Come talk to me about these or other issues at “Coffee with the Candidates” on Wednesday, October 16 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Camrose Public Library OR by email at or on Twitter @ cheryl_csmith

My 32 years in the business sector will be invaluable to fellow councillors, administration, department heads and taxpayers I have experience as a mechanical services ces contractor operating my own business. I know the industry! Count on me for wisdom sdom and expertise in the tendering process, on city alk the buildings and on future projects. I can talk construction language and separate factt from fiction, reasonable from ridiculous. er place I have the time to make Camrose a better g you. to live. I have the interest in representing I have the experience in getting the best value for all citizens of Camrose.

It’s time to rethink current strategies. es. Please vote for me to help get the job done!


Doug Appleby


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the services offered. Whether it is our parks and trails, policing, or the great facilities we offer, our level of service needs to be maintained or raised while maximizing and optimizing our tax dollars.

Wayne Throndson With a significant portion of the City’s pledged MSI funding allocated to the cur-


rent City Hall project through 2016, how will you address our pressing infrastructure needs and from where in the budget will the money come? Are you in favour of higher taxation rates to cover such costs? Many people have indi-

cated to me that while they don’t support the decision to build a new City Hall, the decision has been made and construction has begun so let’s move forward. While I agree with the sentiment it is also important that we understand the challenges the City and the new council will face as a result. With all of the MSI grant funding allocated for the next three years to pay for City Hall, we will not have the luxury of having those funds to assist with the cost of providing for our core needs – roads, water and, of course, the looming need of a new waste water treatment plant. These are needs our City must provide for. No one, myself included, enjoys the prospect of increased taxes. I cannot promise that taxes will not rise over the next four years but I can provide you with my commitment and my pledge that I will attempt to ensure that any decision to increase taxes will not be taken lightly and that every tax dollar will be spent on needs, not wants.

I believe that we as a community should expect services and public facilities for our community. These services and facilities are what attract and keep people in Camrose. Everyone in Camrose has worked hard to earn them. At the same time, we need to focus on a balanced budget. As the city grows, the high taxes we have now should spread more evenly to commercial and industrial properties. This being said, I feel that there are other ways to pay for our services other than relying on our taxes. Facilities such as a new aquatic centre will help bring more business into Camrose. The Encana arena is an excellent example as it has brought hockey teams from all over our country, who shop in our stores and stay at our hotels. More of these types of facilities will help us grow and stay on budget.

Dave Wolsey

With a significant portion of the City’s pledged MSI funding allocated to the current City Hall project through 2016, how will you address our pressing infrastructure needs and from where in the budget will the money come? Are you in favour of higher taxation rates to cover such costs? The chosen use of the MSI funding by administration and council will most

As a community are we collectively expecting too many services: wanting public facilities that are too grandiose and seeking amenities in our city which are too costly for our tax base? If your answer is yes how would you address this situation?

Greg Wood

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â&#x20AC;&#x153;City of Camrose Working for Youâ&#x20AC;? Garth Horton

and other Alberta cities trying to attract business.

Camrose Council Candidate

I have worked and volunteered in this community for over thirty years. I care about Camrose and the citizens who live, work and play here. I believe that City Council must be fi nancially accountable to the residents of this great city. Stabilize taxes and listen to the concerns of all citizens. We need to assess the way the City does business and look at new innovative strategies for dealing with issues facing this city. I believe that by working together, the city of Camrose can accomplish any task. I look forward to working together with you to keep this city safe, beautiful and prosperous.


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

HORTON, Garth for Camrose Council


927( For City Council 780-281-1971 Providing a fresh look at the budget. Maintaining our high level of service. Focusing on the long term for our community. Bringing jobs to Camrose. Family oriented planning.

Wolsey, Dave

Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re in competition with Lacombe, Leduc, Wetaskiwin, Lloydminster, Nisku, â&#x20AC;Ś

However â&#x20AC;Śin Camrose our industrial land bank is empty! Yes, remarkably, we would need to send a business owner, looking for 5 acres or more of commercial property, to another city! We do not have serviced land to sell for larger projects. No wonder we canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t attract industry! We need a progressive business approach so we can grow, attract young families, and offer citizens better paying jobs. The City can, if we do things right, profit from selling developed land.

Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s time to re-think current strategies. Please vote for me to help get the job done!

Doug Appleby




My goal is to serve the community of Camrose, to help plan and build for the future. Camrose is a vibrant and beautiful community. As a husband, new father, and co-owner of a local business, I have a vested interest in optimizing our current resources and promoting the growth of Camrose. I have diverse board experience, so I know what can be accomplished by working together as a team.

Please vote PJ Stasko let me be your voice on Camrose City Council

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A real voice for

hard-working Camrose families A vote for Phil Hall is a vote for: ✗ Common Business Sense ✗ Straight-up questions. “I’m prepared to challenge councillors and key city managers to think outside the box to create a total team concept.” ✗ Planning for the future of Camrose. “Progress means change. The business model of five years ago is not the same today. We need to have vision across all segments of Camrose.” ✗ A city councillor who will listen. “I want to hear the concerns of all city residents.” ✗ Discipline and fiscal responsibility “It’s easy for me to ask the tough questions. If you want someone to represent your concerns on city council, I’m ready to serve.”

On October 21, Please Vote


Make your vote count on Oct. 21 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

On election day count on me


ply the right choice Please join me!

Questions, answers, coffee and cookies. Wednesday, October 16 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Camrose Railway Museum

I’m for core service investment as the first priority: we must look after road repairs and basic city infrastructure, first!

SIMS, Valerie

for Camrose City Council


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Quality Family Life

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.

...definitely a priority for me.

My priorities for the next term include:

Typically, younger families have not had a “loud” voice on Camrose Council. I’d like to be that approachable individual who represents this demographic. This doesn’t mean my time and energy will be exclusive to this area. Our services, parks, facilities and infrastructure matter to each and every one of us - regardless of age or social status.

 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.

Camrose is where my husband and I have elected to live and raise our family. My goal would be a Camrose that our kids can afford to live in, get educated in and in which to land their own careers.

 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’d like to play a part in a

Bright Future

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 this city.

ZYLKA, Sara for City Council Continued from page 36

certainly handcuff the next councils ability to deal with upcoming infrastructure needs. First, the existing capital budget that relies on other sources of funding will have to be reviewed and reprioritized to ensure those funds are used for the most pressing issues. It is extremely unlikely that council will have the luxury of any discretionary capital projects in the next term, at least until the dust settles on the two major projects underway. To the extent that the capital needs exceed available funding, council will have to look at a combination of reallocating existing reserves, cutting operating expenditures and additional borrowing. To the extent that operational spending is not reduced, any additional borrowing will result directly with increased taxes or utility rates as that new debt load begins to be repaid. I would only accept resulting higher tax or utility rates over the next four year term if required to maintain our core infrastructure.

Sara Zylka With a significant portion of the City’s pledged MSI funding allocated to the current City Hall project through 2016, how will you address our pressing infrastructure needs and from where in the

budget will the money come? Are you in favour of higher taxation rates to cover such costs? I would have to reword the question from "significant portion" to overspending the MSI (Municipal Sustainability Initiative). Currently, we have $4,811,306 in cumulative unspent. It's 2 014 , where $10,000,000 from the MSI funds have been directed towards the City Hall rebuild. This will put the MSI fund to ($1,991,613). Which, as you can see, makes it tough for the elected in council to look at promising any new projects in infrastructure any time soon. It is from overviewing the f inancial documents of the City and MSI grants that any new infrastructure projects would have to potentially wait until 2019, as public works is slated to utilize $9,250,000.00 from 2016 -2019. Any new infrastructure projects would ultimately have to come from cutbacks in other areas or higher taxation rates. I am not in favour of higher taxation rates and feel once new council is elected on October 21 and begins to review and implement, the upcoming budget areas can be looked into that could potentially create the opportunity for a new project in the next few years. It's important that who you vote for in this election is aware of the financial situation.

For strong, experienced leadership on City Council vote:


Severson ready to promote business By Murray Green

Kendall Severson of Bawlf wants to use his experience as a Battle River School Division trustee to serve as the Division 3 councillor with Camrose County. "I want to give something back to the community. I have nothing against the current council, I just want to bring a new perspective and offer fresh ideas," said Kendall. "I would like to attract more industry and business to the county to increase the tax base. It would bring in more higher paying jobs to the community." Kendall wants to find the right balance between preserving prime farm land and adding more business. "I read some disturbing comments from the past that we are so concerned about giving up farm land as good stewards, but we are shooting ourselves in the foot because we are dying," he said. "As a school trustee, I see the student enrollment going down. We need to attract young families." Kendall prides himself in being fiscally responsible. "We need a balanced budget at all times," he said. "I'm not saying it isn't, but it has to be monitored. We have to constantly lobby the government, local MLA's and ministers and keep them in the loop of what is going on." As the father of triplets, Kendall has the skill set for the demands of council. "I've often been asked how I did it. You make a quick evaluation, deal with

Kendall Severson

the one that can be settled the fastest and then move on until all is quiet," he said in comparing it to serving on council. "As a farmer when equipment breaks down, you can panic, or just calmly deal with the problem and move on. This is the mind set I would bring to council meetings. I believe in listening to the residents and being their voice around the council table." Kendall added that he would make all decisions with careful thought to ensure the spending of tax dollars is done most efficiently. "I'm excited to be a part of the future council of Camrose County," he said. "I'm proud to tell people I'm from the county of Camrose. "I teach my children that it is important to be part of the community and spend your money in the community. It is important to keep the money in the area to keep it growing," he added.

Kendall has served on the school board for two threeyear terms and will be on for another four-year team. "While you are representing your division or area, you still have the best interests of the entire council or board in mind," he said. "You have to look at the entire area and see what is best for everyone involved." Kendall said the county is a beautiful place to live. "We need to promote it better. The county reclaimed the Blatz gravel pit and turned it into a nature centre. It needs to be utilized more. It is a great picnic area and it needs to advertised more. We have beautiful campsites. We just need to attract more people." Kendall would like to see old abandoned farm sites turned back into places to call home again. "We could do this without taking away more farm land," he said. Kendall believes the biggest part of the budget should go towards building and maintaining roads within the county. "We still have to maintain the roads," he said. "Our roads were not built for the big super B's and large machinery that we have now. We need to make sure the heavy loads are on the roads that are built for it. Our major roads have to be in good shape. We don't have any concerns about roads as a family."

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PCN to present session on sports concussions Oct. 24 By Murray Green

As a parent, athlete, educator, coach or official you should be concerned about concussions. Primary Care Network is hosting a session called Sports Concussions – What You Need to Know on Thursday, Oct. 24 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the community room at the Camrose Recreation Centre. Local family physician with a special interest in sports medicine, Dr. Tim Weighman, will be speaking about reporting and taking care of concussions before athletes return to the field or rink. Dr. Weighman opened a Gemini Sports Injury and Musculoskeletal Clinic in the Gemini Health Medical Clinic. Dr. Weighman was in Canada six or seven times before settling in Alberta. "The first time (he was in Canada) I was the team doctor for the England 'A' rugby team in 2003 in Vancouver. It was the Churchill Cup and we were trying to raise money for Canada and the United States teams. UK rugby is quite wealthy, but we wanted to help the sport here and create more competition. Canada is doing well, especially the ladies." As a rugby player, Dr. Weighman saw first-hand the injuries in sports. "I started to get injured a lot, so I decided to retire and stay involved in sport in another way," he said. In 1999, he received his diploma in sport and exercise medicine. "I started as team doctor to a premiership soccer team in the UK. I did that for four years. Then I moved over to international rugby." There is no charge to attend the concussion session, but space is limited. For more information or to register visit, email info@ or call 780-608-4927.

Kodiaks caught off guard in overtime By Murray Green

The Camrose Kodiaks fought hard in the third period to tie the game with the Okotoks Oilers, but the visitors scored in the first minute of the extra frame to sneak away with two points in the 4-3 contest. Former Camrose player Ty Clay came back to haunt the Kodiaks as he scored the opening goal and assisted on the second tally. Josh Smith, Ryker Leer and Jody Sick netted the Camrose goals to put the team up 3-2. However, a power play goal by the Oilers later in the third knotted the game once again. Devin McDonald stopped 34 of 38 shots he faced in the Camrose net. The Kodiaks fired 31 shots at the Oilers' net. The Canalta Hotels AJHL Player of the Week distinction went to Tanner MacMaster of the Camrose Kodiaks. MacMaster recorded eight points in four games, including a four point night on October 2 against the Sherwood Park Crusaders. MacMaster was twice named the star of the game during the week of Sept. 30 to Oct. 6. The 17 year-old was leading the Kodiaks in scoring with 12 points and is averaging 1.1 points per game. Tanner MacMaster has committed to Boston College for next season. In his rookie season, MacMaster led all first year players in scoring with 48 points. He had six game winning goals, and

Pro Sports Photography

Brett Njaa of the Camrose Kodiaks tries to grab a loose puck in front of the Okotoks net.

was selected as the 2012–13 AJHL Rookie of the Year. The next home game for the Kodiaks is on Oct. 24 when the Drumheller Dragons visit at 7 p.m. On Friday, Oct. 25, it will be the Kroeger/ Joyce Charity game against the Olds Grizzlys. Special jerseys will be worn and auctioned off

during the game. At the end of the game, the players will autograph the jerseys and present them to the highest bidder. The game is also Read and Win night. Children who have been participating in the reading program in Camrose and area schools will be allowed into this

game for free. All of the students will receive a new book and prizes will be awarded to each grade participating. The Kodiaks Halloween Howl is on Tuesday, Oct. 29, against the Brooks Bandits. Come to the game dressed in a costume for a chance at prizes.

Vikings grab four points from Briercrest By Murray Green

The Augustana Vikings hockey team earned four points against the Briercrest Clippers. However, it did give up a point in the process. The Vikings cruised to an 11-4 victory on Oct. 4 and then they were lulled into a rematch the next day in the EnCana Arena. Briercrest forced overtime by scoring with about two minutes left in regulation time. Augustana was shocked into reality during the break and then bounced back with a goal just 25 seconds into overtime. In the first game, Adam Johnson was the offensive leader with four goals and one assist. Linemate Scott Aucion chipped in with five assists. Godric Tham and Jeremy Beirnes both scored twice, while Craig Cornelsen, Kenny Bradley and Brad Bourke collected single markers. Goalie Chase Martin stopped nine of the 13 shots he faced in the Augustana net. The Vikings fired 50 at the Briercrest cage. Aucion was the hero in the rematch in overtime for

Pro Sports Photography

Augustana Vikings' captain Dean Prpick circles the Briercrest goal to create a scoring change at the EnCana Arena.

the Vikings. Jeff Lorenz, Devon Hobbs and Johnson also scored for Augustana. Martin stopped 18 of 21 shots as the Clippers put up a good fight to earn a point. This time Augustana had 54 shots directed at the Briercrest net.

The Vikings head to Keyano in Fort McMurray for two games on Oct. 18 and 19. Augustana's next home game is on Oct. 26 when the Grant MacEwan Griffins are here for a 7:30 p.m. start in the EnCana Arena.

Cross-country running The Vikings went to Concordia in Edmonton on Oct. 5 to compete in a grand prix meet. Keeley MacCulloch became the top women on the Vikings by placing 17th. On the men's side, Hans Asfeldt led the way by cracking the top 10. As a team, Augustana was fifth in the men's category and sixth in the women's division. The Alberta championships are back at Concordia on Oct. 26 and the nationals are in Etobicoke, Ontario on Nov. 9. Volleyball The volleyball regular season opens with Augustana hosting Olds on Oct. 25 for both women's and men's play. The women's match begins at 6 p.m. and the men follow at about 8 p.m. Basketball The basketball teams open the season in Olds and SAIT on Oct. 24 and 26. The men also open regulation play in Olds and Calgary. Curling The Vikings will be hosting the fall curling draw on Nov. 22 to 24 at the Rose City Curling Club.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS SEE THE AUTOMOTIVE SECTION STARTING ON PAGE 22 for more classified ads about cars, trucks, campers, RVs, automotive services and ATVs WEDDING DRESS MISTAKE? – If your error was putting it on once, fix the mistake. Sell your dress with a Camrose Booster classified. Phone 780-672-3142. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE – Family smorg style breakfast at Moose Family Center, Sunday, October 20 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Adults, $7.00; Students, $6.00. ROSEALTA LODGE TEA, SILENT AUCTION, CRAFT SALE – Oct. 30, 1:30 - 3:00 p.m. at 4318-53 St., Camrose. Again accepting donations of new items for our Silent Auction. Drop off donations at Rosealta Lodge. Thank you in advance. PEROGY SUPPER – Sat., Oct. 26, 3 p.m. - 7 p.m., Basement, Ukrainian Catholic Church, 5304-48A Ave., Camrose. Adults: $15, 6 - 12: $7, Under six: Free. Sponsored by parish.

ROUND HILL HALLOWEEN MARKET – Mon., Oct. 28, 5 - 7 p.m. Costume parade, pumpkin carving contest. For table call Terry, 780672-6068. SOUP AND SANDWICH LUNCHEON at St. Andrews Anglican Church, 4713-50 St., Friday, Oct. 25, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m., $8. SAUERKRAUT SUPPER – Friday, October 25, 5 - 7 p.m., Grace Lutheran Church (corner 50 Ave., 53 St.) Proceeds to Roof Fund. Sponsored by Faith Life Financial. Only 150 tickets (two meats). Call 780672-2092 Thursdays, 9:30 - 12:00 noon or 780-672-7556. Everyone welcome. ROSALIND UNITED CHURCH ROAST BEEF SUPPER – November 3, 4:30 6:30 p.m., Rosalind Hall. Adults: $13; Couples: $25; 6 - 12 yrs.: $6; 5 and under: Free. ROUND HILL ELKS #71 ANNUAL FALL SOCIAL – Sat., Nov. 2, Round Hill Community Centre. Chicken and Ribs Supper and Dance. Cocktails: 6:00 p.m.; Supper: 7:00 p.m.; Dance: 9:00 p.m. Tickets: $20. For tickets contact Kevin, 780-679-5941. COME AND JOIN US for a mixed wedding shower for Craig Carlson and Erica Rude on Saturday, Oct. 26 at 7:00 p.m. at the Meeting Creek Community Centre. Ladies please bring lunch. BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP For those who have experienced the loss of a loved one Thursday evenings, October 17 - December 5, 7 - 9 p.m. Sponsored by Covenant Health St. Mary’s Hospital To register, please call Shelly Dalueg: 780-679-2793 by October 16 HEISLER SAUSAGE SUPPER – October 27, Heisler Community Hall, 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Admission: Adults - $15; Students under 12 - $8; Children under six - free. THE CAMROSE ARTS SOCIETY will be holding its Annual General Meeting at the Chuck MacLean Arts Centre on Oct. 29 at 6:00 p.m. If you would like to attend, please call Jane at 780-672-9949.

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.

WANTED WILL ACCEPT OLD VEHICLES, machinery, scrap iron, etc. Car batteries (will pay for). Call 780-672-6917 or 780686-5211. WANTED: OLD STORM WINDOWS – Wood/glass, sizes 58” or 59” h x 28” or 29” w. Sizes could be a little larger. Ph. 780-877-2645.

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

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. CAREGIVER NEEDED for 68-year-old retired male in Camrose, AB. We need energetic, strong, caring, honest, independent, dependable and hardworking caregiver. Duties: Supervise daily his personal needs such as bathing and dressing, helping him use the washroom, be a good companion, give medication, accompany him to daily activities (shopping, appointments and to community centres), maintain a safe and healthy environment in the home, perform light housekeeping, prepare and cook simple but nutritious food for the family. We offer 10 - 13 days/ mo., Monday to Friday for four to six hours/day for $11.20/hr. Please call 780-678-6612 or 780672-3318.

MATT’S FRAMING LTD. Now Hiring Framing carpenters with minimum two years’ experience. Wages negotiable. Phone 780-781-5701 COMPANY REQUIRES PLUMBERS full-time for commercial work. First to third years required immediately. Full company benefits, Merit members, RRSP program. Must be able to pass drug and alcohol testing. Fax resumé, attention Todd at 780-410-9996. GARDNER COLLEGE KIDS’ CAMPUS Requires Child Care Workers for Casual Positions Submit resumés to 5604-47 Ave., Camrose CLASS 1 OR 3 DRIVERS – Must be able to travel. Fax driver’s abstract and resumé to 780-582-2365 or call Liz at 780582-2260 for more information.

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 McTAVISH DELIVERIES LTD. Local and long distance moving Storage Insured and bonded Where your business is appreciated 780-672-5242, Camrose J.D.’s SMALL ENGINE REPAIR, SALES & SERVICE – Ph. 1-780-672-7649. MATT’S FRAMING Residential and Commercial Will frame houses, garages, shops Reasonable rates Call 780-781-5701 for your free estimate 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, Aerating and Hedges. Also booking snow removal. Ph. 780-672-9426.

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 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 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. TWO-BEDROOM SUITE in quiet ADULT apartment. Newly renovated. Close to downtown, walking trails. Heat, water included. No smokers, pets, partiers. Call 780-608-3070. LARGE , PART LY FURNISHED one-bedroom basement suite. No pets, no smoking. Utilities included. $675/mo. Available now. Ph. 780-672-5118.

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CLASSIFIED ADS (Continued) 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. 780-678-2621

HOUSEHOLD MOVING SALE – Chesterfield, lounge chair, end tables, computer cabinet, lamps, etc. Ph. Laura, 780-608-9685. BED, 54 IN. – Box spring Mattress with 3 in. memory foam, $75. 780-672-2447. UNIQUE HALF-MOON GLASS TABLE –48”w x 18”d x 27”h, $65. Ph. 780-608-8744.

LIVESTOCK/FEED BEEF UP YOUR CATTLE SALES – Advertise in The Camrose Booster. Phone 780672-3142. SM ALL , SQUAR E WHEAT STRAW BALES – Delivery available. Call 780679-3420.

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

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. 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. 780608-3131.

MISCELLANEOUS SEE THE AUTOMOTIVE SECTION STARTING ON PAGE 22 for more classified ads about cars, trucks, campers, RVs, automotive services and ATVs PIPE — 1 1/2”, 2 3/8”, 2 7/8”, 3 1/2”, sucker rod 5/8”, 3/4”, 7/8”, plain or scraper type. Other pipe and metal available. 1-800-661-7858. 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. WESTBURY DRUM SET – Five drums, two cymbals and stool. Hardly used, $500. 780672-6688. ROLAND V-DRUMS Electronic drum kit. Ten sound variations, metronome, output speaker, stool, sticks, $475. 780679-6331.

PAINTING MODELS? – Airbrush paint booth w/compressor, $60. 780-672-2901. PUZZLES – 1,000, 750, 500, 50¢ each. 780-672-2988. LITTLE PEOPLE HOUSE AND BARN – People, animals, sounds, both $30. 780-672-8336. STEP 2 FARM SET w/people, animals, sounds, $20. Ph. 780-672-8336.

BRCF presents grant to Family Violence Action Society

GARAGE SALES 6602-32 AVE. – Friday, 6 - 8 p.m., Sat., 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Scrubs to breadmakers to power saws.

Bed races Continued from page 26

The needs assessment led to Café Connections closing at the end of September. Café Connections had a three-year mandate and had already operated for four and a half years. “We felt it wasn’t possible to keep both going,” Nickel said, noting that the staff’s fundraising energy was needed for housing and supports. As Café Connections offered the young adults an important opportunity to hone their work skills, staff at the Open Door are still working with the youth on skill development, just not in a café environment. “We can continue the life skills part of it,” Nickel said. The Open Door currently provides housing for 45 to 60 at risk young adults in the community annually, with a total of 150 youth assisted including drop-in support. Pledges for the bed races can be made online, at the Open Door office, or with any registered bed race team. To learn more, contact Nickel at 780-679-6803.

Battle River Community Foundation secretary By Reesor presented a cheque to Sheralyn Dobos, program director of the Family Violence Action Society.

The Battle River Community Foundation has granted $1,000 to the Camrose and District Family Violence Action Society. The grant is from the Community Fund and will assist the Family Violence Action Society to provide counselling services to children affected by family violence or anger, and who have no other options for services. The service aims to equip children with improved awareness, communication, stress management and conflict resolution skills. The Battle River Community Foundation exists to support projects, such as this, in East Central Alberta which benefit the local communities and have a positive impact on the future. Grants from the Battle River Community Foundation are made possible through the generosity of individual donors and organizations that have created endowment funds. The principal of these endowment funds is kept intact and the income is made available annually to support local projects and organizations. Some grant funding is also made available by generous donors who make flow-throughl gifts to the Battle River Community Foundation. Since it was founded in 1995 the Battle River Community Foundation has granted over $1,700,000 to support important local initiatives and organizations such as the Camrose and District Family Action Society.

World Cerebral Palsy Day

Here’s a great offer for Booster readers…

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Murray Green, Camrose Booster City of Camrose Mayor Marshall Chalmers proclaimed Oct. 2 as World Cerebral Palsy Day with the help of Mike, Luke, Kelsey and Sheila Winterhalt from Camrose. Cerebral palsy is a neuromotor disability that affects approximately 3.3 people per thousand. It is a term used to describe a group of conditions affecting body movement and muscle coordination. It is not a disease, but it is a condition that hinders motor skills.

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City Watch News and Notices from The City of Camrose


Can you pass on your knowledge in the building trade? REWARDING CHANGE OF CAREER OPTIONS

We have a full-time opportunity in our

Contractors’ Service Area If you’re our man or our lady, we ask that you bring a positive, helpful attitude, and your good understanding of buildings and building materials or your years of experience in the construction trade. Additional opening in our

Yard / Warehouse

If you offer knowledge of various building materials and are seeking full-time evening and weekend employment, we invite your application.

Benefits of working at Hauser Home Hardware Building Centre • an exciting retail work • opportunity to learn about the environment thousands of products Home carries • competitive wages • opportunity to help customers • opportunities for advancement live better lives • a clean, safe working environment

Apply with resumé… 6809-48 Avenue, Camrose Phone 780-672-8818 Fax 780-672-8809 Email

CAMROSE COUNTY 3755-43 Avenue, Camrose, AB T4V 3S8 Phone 780-672-4446 Fax 780-672-1008 Public Works. . . . . . . 780-672-4449 Website Email

NOTICE AS DEADLINE FOR PAYMENT OF 2013 PROPERTY TAXES WAS JULY 31, 2013 A 10% PENALTY WILL BE ADDED NOVEMBER 1, 2013 TO ALL OUTSTANDING CURRENT TAXES PAYMENT CAN BE MADE AT THE COUNTY OFFICE 3755-43 AVENUE, CAMROSE, ALBERTA T4V 3S8 UNTIL 4:30 p.m., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2013 (after hours drop box available, do not leave cash in mailbox) OR RECEIVED POST-MARKED BY OCTOBER 31, 2013 Please phone ahead (780-672-4446) if an appointment with the Assessor is required. Camrose County offers a Pre-Authorized Monthly Payment Plan for the payment of taxes. Application forms are available at the County Office or on the County website: For further information, please call the County office 780-672-4446. Steven Gerlitz, County Administrator Camrose County

NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS Estate of DOROTHY AGNES THOMPSON, who died on September 8, 2013. If you have a claim against this estate, you must file your claim by November 15, 2013, and provide details of your claim with JAMES H. ANDREASSEN at Andreassen Borth, Barristers & Solicitors, #200, 4870-51 Street, Camrose, AB T4V 1S1. If you do not file by the date above, the estate property can lawfully be distributed without regard to any claim you may have. 780-672-4426


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 # DP3767 DP3785

Land Description Plan Block Lot 0740056 01 15 1320516 01 74

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03 03 03 03 11

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Civic Address


4217-43 Street 5240-36 Avenue

Pipe Storage Yard Single family dwelling with attached garage A-D 37,39,41 Grandview Cres. Three 4-unit Multi-family dwellings A-D 35 Grandview Cres. 4-unit Multi-family dwelling A-D 33 Grandview Cres. 4-unit Multi-family dwelling A-D 31 Grandview Cres. 4-unit Multi-family dwelling 6612-44B Avenue Variance of side yard setback to dwelling 5216-47 Street Fence 3724-42 Avenue Sign 4879-68 Street Sign 5607-48 Avenue Sign


Halloween Swim Saturday, Oct. 19 1:00-4:00 p.m. Fun, games and prizes!

Intro To Scuba With Carson Ganci from the Underwater Council Sat., Oct. 26 4:00-6:00 p.m. Cost: $60.00 All equipment supplied. Pre-register at the pool. Adult Lessons Oct. 30 to Dec. 3 Wed. from 9:00-10:00 p.m. Cost: $56.50 for City/County Infant and Preschool Lessons We have a variety of infant and preschool lessons for children ages 4 months to 5 years. They run once or twice a week and fill up fast! Our next set starts at the beginning of Nov. Register now! Cost: $36.50 for City/County

Youth Lessons Next set starts Oct. 15 and runs twice a week. Oct. 15 to Nov. 7 (Tue. and Thur.) Nov. 12 to Nov. 22 (Tue. to Fri.) Nov. 19 to Dec. 19 (Tue. and Thur.) Cost $42.50 for City/County Red Cross Babysitting Course Sat., Nov. 16 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Cost: $56.25 Must be 11 years old. Lifesaving Society Standard First Aid Oct. 19-20 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Cost: $175.00 National Lifeguard Become a trained Lifeguard! Prerequisites: 16 yr. old, Bronze Cross and Standard First Aid Nov. 1-3 and Nov. 15-17

Fri., 5:00-9:00 p.m., Sat. and Sun. 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Cost: $253.50 Pool Birthday Parties! Host your child’s birthday at the swimming pool! Choose from three party packages. Call us for more information. Book early to avoid disappointment. Aqua-Aerobics Shallow water: Mon. to Fri. 10:00-10:45 a.m. Mon. and Wed. 7:15-8:00 p.m. Deep Water: Tue. and Thur. 8:00-8:45 p.m. Water Therapy: Mon., Wed. and Fri. 9:00-9:45 a.m. We have a variety of pass options available.

BIRTHS To Candace Davey and

Mike Andersov, of Red Deer, on September 22, a daughter. To Tienna Corkum and Colin Logan, of Camrose, on September 30, a daughter. To Krista Nadon and David Ransome, of Camrose, on October 3, a daughter. To Jennifer Sande and Kelly Phillips, of Millet, on October 3, a son. To Melanie Park and Kyle Swartz, of Camrose, on October 4, a son. To Nancy and Leo Thiessen, of Camrose, on October 5, a son.

DEATHS Olga Wirth, of Daysland, on October 7, at 93 years of age. Eric Jensen, of Camrose, on October 9, at 87 years of age.

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Family • Achievement • Integrity • Respect

It’s nice when you discover the job is as good as the coffee Assisting individuals with disabilities to live all-inclusive lives.

LOOKING TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE? LOOKING FOR MEANINGFUL, REWARDING WORK? LOOKING FOR A JOB THAT PROVIDES ON-THE-JOB TRAINING? WDACS has openings for PROGRAM WORKERS who provide support to people with disabilities. We are seeking staff to work on a relief basis in both our Residential and our Day Programs, which could lead to part-time or fulltime positions. Responsibilities for the clients will include assisting them in learning new skills, pursuing meaningful community inclusion, promoting healthy lifestyles, and assisting in personal hygiene duties. Most of the available hours in the Residential Program require your availability on weekends and evenings, with sleepovers as an option, while the Day Program shifts are 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Candidates will be required to have a valid Alberta driver’s license, a proven confidence level in driving with access to a personal vehicle, be enthusiastic, positive and caring, and be able to provide a clear Criminal Record Check with a Vulnerable Sector Check. Preference will be given to individuals who have worked with individuals with developmental disabilities. Competitive wages up to $19.76 per hour are offered for some programs, and an internal posting process will have you working the job you want in no time! If interested or if requiring more information please call Connie at 352-2241. Send resumé to: Human Resources Manager, WDACS 5211-54 Street, Wetaskiwin, AB T9A 1T2 Or fax to: 780-352-8558 Or email to: Website:


Evraz Camrose Works is accepting applications for


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.

Electricians Wanted RJV EIS is currently hiring

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

Quality Training Incentive Programs Benefits or Bonus Program Hiring the following positions for 1256146 Alberta Ltd., o/a Tim Hortons – 3601-48 Ave., Camrose, AB

• Food 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

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

• 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

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

Petrofield Industries, the Leader in manufacturing Hydrovac trucks, is accepng resumés for the following posions:

* General Labourers * Industrial Painters * Sandblasters * Material Handler * Automove Electrical Technician * Journeyman Welder / Apprence * 2nd Yr Welder with Aluminum experience * Producon Manager Visit our website at: for more details. Our company has an enthusiasc fast-paced working environment, with advancement possibilies for the movated person, and offers an excellent benefit package. Fax 403-742-5544 Email:

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

Heavy Duty Mechanic Flagstaff County invites applications for a permanent full-time Licensed Heavy Duty Mechanic, with employment to commence as soon as possible. Flagstaff County provides a competitive salary, benefits package and pension plan. Function: To perform skilled journeyman level maintenance and repair to a wide variety of vehicles and equipment as used by the County. (For a complete job description please view our website at Qualifications: • Heavy Duty Journeyman Certificate • Valid driver’s license • CVIP inspection experience an asset • Driver’s Abstract For more information, contact Kevin Kinzer, Shop Supervisor, at 780-384-4106 or Steve Kroetch, Lead Mechanic, at 780-390-0340 or 780-384-4124. Please submit resumés to: Kevin Kinzer, Shop Supervisor, Flagstaff County, Box 358, Sedgewick, AB T0B 4C0 or fax to 780384-3635 or email This position will remain open until a suitable candidate is selected. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Heart Attack

• Heavy pressure, discomfort, burning or a squeezing sensation in the centre of the chest. • Pain may spread to arms or neck and may come and go. • Shortness of breath. • Nausea, vomiting or indigestion. • Weakness, fatigue, greyish skin color.


• Sudden weakness or numbness of the face, arm or leg on one side of the body. • Loss of speech or trouble in speaking or in understanding speech. • Unexplained dizziness, unsteadiness or sudden falls. • Dimness, loss of vision or double vision in one eye. If you experience these symptoms, tell someone immediately. If you note these symptoms in someone else: • Take charge. The victim will likely deny what is happening. • Insist that the victim stop all activity and sit or lie down. • Ask if the victim is being treated for heart disease or stroke. If so, help with medication. • Call your local emergency number. • Get the victim to the nearest hospital. You must act immediately! Half of all heart attack deaths occur before the victim gets to hospital.

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City Watch News and Notices from The City of Camrose


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 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

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. Make a Difference! For more information on the appointment process and to obtain an application form, visit or contact City Hall at 780-672-4426. Please submit applications via Fax: 780-672-2469 OR Email: OR In person at Mirror Lake Centre, 5415-49 Avenue, Camrose

Quasi Judicial


Evraz Camrose Works is accepting applications for


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. 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.

To maintain and improve our customer service and growing dealership, we are seeking applications to fill the following additional positions:

Detailer 780-672-4426

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.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES If you are looking for a full-time job, take pride in your work and can work with minimal supervision, we invite your application. We offer competitve wages and benefit packages. Apply in person to Brett Denham, Assistant General Manager, or email to

Parts Person

Lamb Ford Sales Ltd. is seeking a highly motivated Parts Person to join our busy parts department. We welcome all applications, however, experience will be considered to be a strong asset. We offer competitive wages and benefits. Please deliver resumé in person to Gord Ringwall, Parts Manager OR Pat Quinlan, General Manager

Lube Technician

If you enjoy working in a fast-paced and friendly environment, are mechanically inclined and able to perform small automotive repairs, this position in our Quick Lane could be right for you. Duties to include oil changes, light maintenance and tire service. Experience is an asset, but not required. Competitive wages and benefits. If being part of a Quality Team excites you, please apply in person with resumé to Glenn Lyseng, Quick Lane Supervisor or Pat Quinlan, General Manager

Highway 13 East, 3771-48 Avenue, Camrose

Are you looking for a full-time position that is NO WEEKENDS and ONLY MONDAY to FRIDAY DAYS? Come apply at The Grocery People Ltd (TGP). Our Camrose branch is currently recruiting:


Principal duties include receiving product, filling orders, delivering product, merchandising, stock replenishment, and the possibility of cashing. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, as well as the physical ability to fulfill job duties are essential. Previous retail experience will be considered an asset. The successful candidate must have a Grade 12 Diploma, be able to provide a Clean Security Clearance and a clear Driver’s Abstract. Please forward your resume/application to: The Grocery People Ltd. Camrose Cash & Carry 3823-44 Avenue Camrose, AB T4V 3T1 Fax: 780-672-7669 Email: We thank all applicants for their interest, but only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

is seeking a part-time

Office Administrator The successful candidate will have experience with accounting software, strong computer skills and good public interaction skills. Please email resumés to or fax to 780-582-4295.

Employment Opportunity REQUEST FOR APPLICATIONS FOR GRAVEL HAULING Camrose County invites applications from Gravel Hauling Contractors for the County’s 2014 Gravel Haul. The Gravel Haul consists of winter gravel hauling from December 2013 to March 2014 to complete the 2014 Road Gravelling Program. The 2014 Gravel Haul Agreements may be obtained for $25.00 per copy from the Camrose County Public Works Office, located at 3755-43 Avenue, Camrose. The deadline for applications is 11:00 a.m., November 8, 2013. Please contact Al Kruger, Assistant Manager of Public Works, at 780-672-4449 for further information.

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The Prairie Central FASD Association is hiring a

SALES REPRESENTATIVE Provost, AB Nalco Champion, an Ecolab Company, is a global oilfield chemical company with a history of technology leadership and dedicated customer service that allow us to help solve the oil and gas industry’s toughest challenges. Nalco Champion has an immediate opening for a Sales Representative in our West Provost, AB area, the Stettler/Coronation corridor. The successful candidate will be responsible for maintaining established accounts and to identify and develop new market opportunities in a strategic growth area for Nalco Champion. This position would provide an excellent opportunity to learn all facets of oil and gas production as well as the opportunity to enhance and display communication skills through every level of the key customers’ personnel. Minimum three years’ related experience most recently with oil and gas sales and/or operations, business development or direct client services with a solid background in gas and oil treating or environmental is required. Nalco Champion offers competitive wages and benefits. Our success is due to our people, and we’re looking for more great people to join our team. If you wish to challenge yourself and want to join a dynamic team, forward your resumé to: Please reference “Job Posting 002, SR - PROV” in the Subject Line

Prevention Facilitator to provide education and training to support the Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Awareness and Prevention Project – FASD Prevention Conversation: A Shared Responsibility. Position Description: This position will work within existing networks and partnerships and related collaborations to enhance community capacity to prevent FASD and to provide support to women of child bearing age in the reduction of the consumption of alcohol during pregnancy. Through various presentations, workshops, training opportunities and conversations, the successful candidate will engage health and social service providers, women of child bearing age and their partners, and community individuals, to increase FASD awareness and prevention across the Prairie Central catchment area.The Prevention Facilitator/Educator will work to develop wrap-around services in a respectful, collaborative environment, supporting women and their partners. Qualifications: • Must be available for training on Dec. 4 and 5, 2013 • A degree in Health, Human and/or Social Services, or a related field • Several years’ experience • Knowledge of FASD • Knowledge of the Prairie Central FASD community, and understanding of the Community Development process • Ability to creatively engage professionals supporting women of childbearing years and their partners • Good presentation and public speaking skills • Good facilitation and influencing skills • Ability to facilitate change in attitudes and beliefs • Strong written, online and verbal communication skills • Experience working in and with teams • Strengths in achieving results • Good organizational skills • Computer literate and technology savvy • Valid driver’s licence and reliable vehicle required Start Date: November 25, 2013 End Date: November 25, 2014 Location: Can be negotiated 0.75 FTE with flexibility Please submit resumé no later than November 1, 2013 to: Stacy Wolbeck, Coordinator, Prairie Central FASD Association #3 Community Centre, 4516-54 St., Camrose, AB T4V 4W7 Email: Fax: 780-672-2833 Note: Only selected candidates will be contacted for an interview

HEAVY TRUCK AND TRAILER MECHANIC WANTED We have been in business for 30 years and currently operate 24 locations throughout Alberta, BC, and Saskatchewan. We provide quality, leading edge fashion and are a key supplier to both the English and Western horse worlds. Lammle’s prides itself on understanding our customers and fashion. We are currently seeking people for the positions of:

Sales Outfitters

Part-time and Full-time

We offer: - Competitive salary/benefits - Performance based incentive program - Unparalleled opportunity for growth - A challenging and rewarding environment - Phenomenal staff discount - Flexible schedules Your background should include: - A strong focus on customer service - Strong personal skills - Proactive and innovative thinking - Thrive on working in a team environment - Experience is an asset but not required - Ability to work days, evenings, and/or weekends If you have a desire to provide excellent customer service and work in a fun, results driven environment please contact us. Email: In store: 322 Cornerstone Plaza, 6800-48 Avenue, Camrose

Must have knowledge of brakes, steering drivelines and clutches. Must know basic electrical. Engine experience would be an asset. Must be able to perform duties without supervision. Must have own tools. Looking for a 2nd, 3rd or 4th year apprentice. Will consider a journeyman with the right qualifications. Wages according to experience. Benefits available. Working in a small shop environment. Bring resumé to:

3913-44 Avenue, Camrose or email:

CASHIERS (Part-time)

Join the largest drug retail team in Canada. You must be outgoing, mature and flexible in the hours you can work. Career advancement available. Apply in confidence to: Terry Middag, Shoppers Drug Mart #180 Cornerstone Mall 6800-48 Avenue, Camrose, AB T4V 4T1

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Genealogy speaker shares ideas on saving pictures By Murray Green

The Camrose Genealogy Society will be welcoming a guest speaker to the community to share her expertise about keeping your family photographs intact. A workshop entitled What’s in a Picture will be presented by Alison Freake, textual records conservator at the Provincial Archives of Alberta, on Saturday, Oct. 19, from 1 to 4 p.m. The free workshop will help with the identification of photographic images and will illustrate solutions to common problems faced by family historians in preserving family records. Alison has worked at the Provincial Archives of Alberta since 2001, when she completed the collections conservation and management program at Sir Sandford Fleming College. She graduated from Memorial University of Newfoundland in 1999 with a Bachelor’s degree in Archaeology/Physical Anthropology and Biology. Her work focuses on the

care of paper-based material, including photographs, maps, plans, and works of art on paper. She also supports the heritage community by working with members of the general public and other Alberta institutions to resolve preservation issues. Alison will explain photographic materials, paper, parchment, bound volumes, textiles, works of art on paper, and various audiovisual media, which are all present issues for the keeper. This particular session will address identification of photographic images, as well as care and handling, storage environments, framing and display, and guidelines for choosing and using archival-quality storage materials. In addition, Alison will explore ways to read photographs using clues inside the picture. The session will be held at the Camrose Public Library, downstairs in the meeting room. Call 780-6086243 for additional information.

The University of Alberta presents

country life

sustainability for rural communities in Alberta and Canada


Director, Alberta Centre for Sustainable Rural Communities


Executive Director Alberta Business Family Institute

TUESDAY, OCT. 22, 2013 // Killam Seniors’ Centre 6 PM to 7 PM Information Fair

7 PM to 8 PM Community Dialogue

Rural communities play an important role in Canadian society. Join Dr. Lars Hallström and Shauna Feth as they explore the social, economic and environmental factors that make up rural Alberta and how they affect and change rural communities.

refreshments provided & all are welcome

RSVP encouraged 403-718-6377

Central Agencies Home of the Week

St. Mary's celebrates Excellent adult condo location patient safety week By Murray Green

Covenant Health St. Mary's Hospital will be joining the celebration of Canadian Patient Safety Week from Oct. 28 to Nov. 1. This year’s theme is Ask, Talk, and Listen, a message that is seen in the hallways of St. Mary’s Hospital. "Health Care professionals, patients and families are encouraged to ask questions, listen to answers and talk about their concerns," said Catherine Turn, clinical safety coordinator. St. Mary’s Hospital has implemented strategies from Safer Healthcare Now! to improve patient safety and measure safety initiatives. "You can do your part to stay safe. Know your medi-

cations. Keep an up-to-date list with you, including any vitamins and herbal supplements and keep your identification with you (driver’s license, Alberta health care card)," advised Catherine. Expect that your identity will be checked in the hospital by asking your name and birth date and placing an arm band on yourself. Stay healthy by preventing falls. Ensure your environment is free of clutter and wear proper footwear for the weather. Stop the spread of germs. Wash your hands often. Stay home if you feel sick. Get the flu shot. "Good health care starts with a question," said Catherine.

Murray Green, Camrose Booster

Registered massage therapist Charissa Ronsko of Yin Yang Fitness Centre gives Covenant Health St. Mary's Hospital unit clerk Tina Stang some relief after a hard day of work. The hospital held a staff wellness day to treat their staff to several health options.

Steve Frost By Murray Green

This impressive adult condo in beautiful Centre Court is close to downtown, shopping and the golf course. Simply relax with no renovations needed because the well maintained 1,234 square foot one-and-a-half storey home is ready for your move in. Enjoy the comfortable open living room with a view that overlooks the shared European style court yard. The fully functionable kitchen has plenty

of cupboard space and space for dining. The spacious master bedroom includes a walkthrough closet with a fourpiece ensuite. It features a wonderful jetted tub. Save steps with a handy main floor laundry that is ideal on wash day. The upstairs loft is a great place to catch up on reading or have a coffee break. It also has a nook to set up an office or your library. It leads to a generous guest bedroom. The finished basement contains a huge rumpus room, a separate dining or games area with hardwood flooring, a good-sized bedroom, a t h re e -pie c e bathroom and plenty of space for storage.

A rear single attached garage protects your vehicle from the elements. There is additional parking space for a second vehicle. Included with the purchase are the fridge, stove, dishwasher, built-in microwave, hutch, central vacuum with attachments, washer, dryer, downstairs electric fireplace and garage door opener with two controls. A condo fee takes care of the landscaping, snow removal and exterior maintenance. You can enjoy adult living in style with this well-looked-after home. Be sure to view this beautiful # 1 5014-56 Street home in Centre Court. It is attractively priced to sell at $297,500. Contact Steve Frost for more details at: Central Agencies Inc. 4870-51 Street, Camrose 780-672-4495 or 780-679-6550 cell

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Visit our website:

4870-51 Street, Camrose • Phone 780-672-4495 • 1-800-809-8040

After Hours: Matthew Mayer, 780-781-7088; Lyndsey Delwo, 780-678-6117; 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. After Hr. Pager: 780-608-1078.

Open HouseS Wed., Oct. 16, 2-4 p.m. 6409-44B Avenue

“Still renting? Great starter home!”

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

Thur., Oct. 17, 2-4 p.m. 119 Park Ridge Drive

“Beautiful bungalow in Park Ridge Estates!” 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

Thur., Oct. 17, 3-5 p.m. 3613A-66 A Street

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

Sat., Oct. 19, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. 46 Mt. Pleasant Drive 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


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! 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

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CAMROSE HOMES OVER $300,000 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 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 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 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

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 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 BUN! N IO ILY ESS SS PO GALOW ... MEDIATE 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


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



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


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

BEAUTIFUL EXECUTIVE HOME ... one block to Jack Stuart School, backing onto park! Impressive 2724 sq. ft., 1.5 storey home. Beautiful open design, gorgeous staircase, vaulted ceilings, bay windows, awesome sunroom, solarium w/hot tub. Lovely LR, DR, amazing custom kitchen pkg., bright dinette. Huge MF family room w/cozy FP. Superb MF laundry, awesome master, en suite, WI closet. Bsmt. XL family/games room, huge storage rooms. Htd. garage, great yard, private deck, alley access. You’ll love it! CA0024208 Asking $479,900 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


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 BEAUTIFUL B U N G A L OW, CLOSE TO PARKS, CULDE-SAC LOCATION ... Bright open floor plan, great design, lots of windows, vaulted ceilings, hardwood flooring. Exc. kitchen pkg. w/large island, breakfast bar, WI pantry, bright dinette, lovely LR w/cozy FP. Spacious master, awesome en suite. Exc. bsmt., family room, large games area. Nicely landscaped yard, RV parking option, lots more! Great retirement or family home! Asking $365,900 CA0023926 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 SUPER B F A M I LY BUNGALOW – BACKING R EDUCED ! 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 Now asking $309,900 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

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



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


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!


Show Home Open Houses Thur., Oct. 17, 2-4 p.m. 3405-52 St., Creekview

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Thur., Oct. 17, 2-4 p.m. 5216-35 Ave., Creekview

IMPRESSIVE WALKOUT FLOOR PLAN ... close to park, valwalking HOME ley trails. Bright NEW SHOW AWESOME FLOOR PLAN ... features include family kitchen w/centre island, corner pantry, open concept kitchen, living and dining rooms, plenty of counter space. Vaulted ceiling, open loads of cabinets and counter space, corner staircase leads to master w/coved ceiling, awepantry, centre island, bright windows, vaulted some en suite, WI closet. Family room in bsmt. CA0013303 ceilings in master. 20’x24’ garage and much fin. for added enjoyment. Asking $389,900 more! Asking $355,900 CA0013345

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

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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 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 CLOSE TO M I R R O R LAKE AND J U B I L E E PARK! ... Excellent locaEDUCED ! tion, zoned R3. R 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 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 GREAT STARTER HOME OR R E V E N U E PROPERTY ... 1.5-storey w/4 bdrm., MF laundry. 24’x24’ garage, fenced yard. Located in quiet mature area. Now asking $169,000 CA0004376 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 EXCELLENT BUNGALOW IN CUL-DESAC, BY ICE! M I R R O R EW PRclose LAKE! ... DesiredNlocation 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! Ask $279,000 CA0012639 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 SOLID FAMILY BUNGALOW ... You’ll love the location close to parks, schools and ! ED UC rec facilities. This ED R 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




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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 CLASSIC FAMILY BUNGALOW IN QUIET AREA ... MF open and ! ED UC inviting. Lge. ED R PR ICE 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 Now asking $234,900 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 WELL CARED FOR HOME ON QUIET STREET ... has an ideal layout. Lots of big, bright windows, open concept kitchen/dining space. 3 comfortable bdrm. on MF, full bath. Fully fin. bsmt. w/4th bdrm., full bath, lots of storage space. Landscaped, fenced yard w/private patio area. Oversized garage is fully fin., htd. Back lane paved. Close to schools, parks, rec facilities. CA0023977 Asking $264,900 CUTE AND FUNCTIONAL 2-BDRM. CONDO ... in convenient setting. Open ION ! concept POSSESS kitchen, DR make IMMEDIATE 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 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 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 $211,900 CA0018230

GOOD BI-LEVEL ... located close to schools and rec centre. Take a look! CA0011659 Asking $254,900


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 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 LOOKING FOR A WINTER PROJECT? ... The LISTING ! major work is EW N done, just bring your creativity and put the finishing touches on this 1080 sq. ft. bungalow. Gorgeous setting overlooking Little Beaver Lake in Ferintosh. 3 bdrm., 2 baths, hardwood floors ALL ON 4 TREED LOTS! Gas available. Asking $197,000 CA0024407

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 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 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


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 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 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! 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


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 $154,000 CA0012774 SUPERB ACREAGE SETTING OFFERS E XC EP TIONAL 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

The Camrose Booster, October 15, 2013  

The Camrose Booster, October 15, 2013