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Vol. LIX, No. 51

Country Editon 60 pages, City Edition 48 pages

November 8, 2011

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Remembrance Day is Friday

Inside... Camrose City Council Pages 13-18 Entertainment and Dining Guide Pages 19 to 23 Special Occasions Page 25 On the Road and Auto Classifieds Pages 33-38, 3 and 48 Classifieds Pages 39 to 45 Obituaries Pages 46 and 47

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Legion Remembrance Day Service at CRE this Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Bawlf students fine after collision . . . . . . . . . . 7 Bethany Group taking applications



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Gerry Enger, Camrose Branch Royal Canadian Legion #57 is this year’s poppy chair. He retired as a corporal in the Loyal Edmonton Regiment after 5 years of dedicated service to Canadians.

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A great way to honour and observe the overwhelming sacrifice of our country’s military veterans and their dependents is to pay tribute on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. Members of the Royal Canadian Legion and volunteers do a remarkable job of encouraging all of us to take time from shopping, housework and recreational and leisure activities on this day so those who fought and the many who died fighting for our future freedom are never forgotten. The Royal Canadian Legion does great work providing assistance to those who have served our country in military fashion. In addition, the Legion also maintains a leading role in the creation and care of memorials which recognize the contributions and valour of our veterans and ex-service members. The Royal Canadian Legion’s mandate and dedication ensures the preservation of the records and memories of our fallen heroes and returning veterans continue in perpetuity. The Legion’s major source of funding to accomplish the organization’s important work is the annual Poppy Campaign. Please consider making a generous contribution and wear your poppy this week with pride.

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Legion Remembrance Day Service held at CRE By Murray Green It's our privilege once again to remember those who fought to make Canada the best country in the world. The Camrose branch of the Royal Canadian Legion will be holding its annual Remembrance Day service at the Camrose Regional Exhibition on Friday, November 11. Buses for veterans will be leaving the Legion at 10 a.m. and run until 10:30 a.m. The doors at the CRE open at 10 a.m. People are asked to be seated by 10:45 a.m. so the colour party and veterans can be seated prior to the 11 a.m. service. "We will be having a guest speaker from the Lord Strathcona Light Horse (Royal Canadians) to talk about his or her experience serving in Afghanistan," said Legion service organizer Bill Hart. Government officials and business leaders will be given the opportunity to lay a wreath in honour of all veterans. People are encouraged to purchase and lay a w reath. They are available at the Legion during regular business hours. Stop by any downtown business to pick up a poppy. After the service, buses will return to the Legion. The branch will be open to mem-

A RCMP officer lays a wreath in front of the cenotaph during the Remembrance Day service last year. The Camrose branch of the Royal Canadian Legion and the Lord Strathcona Light Horse will conduct the ceremonies honouring the Canadian war veterans.

bers and special guests, such as cadets and scouts, until 2 p.m. Then the Legion will be open

to everyone. Entertainment featuring Hoffman and Brown will be held in the hall.

For more information about Remembrance Day or any other Legion matters, call the Cam-

rose branch at 780-672-3325. It is located at 5703-48 Avenue in Camrose.

Legion community involvement is important to Camrose By Murray Green

The Camrose branch of the Royal Canadian Legion was started back in 1928. It has been a v ery important community member during the next 83 years. "It was originally formed by First World War service men and has gone on to include Second World War, other wars and peacekeepers since then," said Legion past president Bill Hart. "The primary focus is to serve veterans or families,

seniors and also the community, including the youth." A small number of veterans have worked tireless hours to keep the branch strong. "Well over $1.5 million has gone back into the community since the inception of the Legion, through fund-raising events. We haven't changed our focus. We are still community-minded, as well as looking after veterans." The organization is striving to include new members

to be able to continue to serve the community. "We have to draw on the strengths of new members from the conflicts and peacekeeping to keep our Legion strong. Our numbers have been declining over the years, as are all other Legion branches across the country. We have to change our focus to bring in those members and keep the Legion alive." The Legion is an important service club. "There is still a section of the community that

believes we are a bunch of veterans sitting around drinking and exchanging war stories. That isn't the case. We put a lot back into the community." The Legion building is still too big for the club's needs and members will continue to search for solutions. One of the major fund-raisers is working bingos in Wetaskiwin, and now they have added Thursday 7 p.m. bingos in the Camrose Legion Memorial Hall that are open to everyone.

Veterans' stories are now being collected in a three-edition book called Alberta and Northwest Territories Command Military Service Recognition. The branch encourages all veterans and families to submit their information for the fourth edition. The local branch has sponsored the army cadet program for the past 10 years and some members have gone on to serve their country.

Legion selects new board for next term

By Murray Green

The Camrose branch of the Royal Canadian Legion named its new executive for the 2011–12 term at a reg ular meeting on October 25. They will be installed at the November meeting. Bill Hart moves to the past president position and Gord Minnes is the incoming president, while Gerry Czapp agreed to serve as vice-president. The second vice-president position is currently vacant. Secretary Bev Thompson will continue to fill her past position and Bill Hart has added the treasurer title to his duties. David Rurka will serve as the sergeant-at-arms. Camrose United Church minister Mary Ann Pastuck is the padre. Named to the executive board are Rose Hart, Len Pettitt, Bob Burt, Mavis Empey, Pat McTavish and Gord McTavish. Ladies' Auxiliary

The Camrose branch of the Royal Canadian Legion colour party prepares to raise the flags prior to the Remembrance Day service at the Camrose Regional Exhibition last year.

Grace Torpe is t he incoming president and Jean Enger is the Ladies' Auxiliary past presi-

dent. Donna Coombs and Louisa Undin agreed to serve as vicepresidents. Sheila Emmott-Boullion is the treasurer and Jennifer Coombs is the secretary. Also serving on the board are Lucille Rurka, Barbara Tucker, Kayla McNutt and Ruby Swedberg. The members will be installed at the November meeting. The Legion will be holding two other major events this month. The Remembrance Day service will be held at the CRE on November 11. A G rey Cup party is sc heduled for Sunday, November 27. The Memorial Hall, which seats abut 200 people, and the board room, which seats about 30 to 35, are available for bookings by members or non-members. For more information about the Legion or to book events, call the Camrose branch at 780-6723325.

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Bawlf students fine after collision By Dan Jensen

A Bawlf School student and a driver of a pickup were sent to St. Mary's Hospital by ambulance following a F riday afternoon accident involving a Battle River School Division school bus. "The student was taken to the hospital as a precautionary measure and was released after being checked," said BRSD communications officer Diane Hutchinson. There were no apparent injuries to the other 15 students on the bus or the driver. "The students left the scene in the company of their parents or were delivered home," stated Hutchinson. Some of the parents had their children checked by medical staff over the weekend. The driver of the pickup was taken to hospital by ambulance on a spinal board. The accident occurred at the intersection of Highway 26 and Range Road 183. The bus was about to make a left turn when it was struck from behind by a passenger truck, which had been

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This passenger truck suffered major damage last Friday after being rammed from behind by a semi into the back of a school bus.

propelled forward after a se mi truck ran into it from behind. "The damage to the school bus was not that bad," said Hutchinson. "In fact the school bus was the least damaged of all three of the vehicles involved. It proves that BRSD

buses are meant to withstand an impact." Students on the bus ranged from Grade 3 to high school age. The Camrose RCMP detachment was still investigating the accident as of Monday afternoon. Charges are pending.

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Legion serves veterans and promotes remembrance The mission of The Royal Canadian Legion is “to serve veterans and their dependants, to promote Remembrance, and to act in the service of Canada and its communities.” In essence, the purposes and objectives of the Legion were born of the need to further the spirit of comradeship and mutual assistance among all who have served and to never forget the deeds of the fallen. It is paramount that the Legion strives to pass on these

goals and traditions to the families and descendants of our exservice personnel and to raise this awareness among all Canadians. The major source of funding for the Legion to accomplish this most important work is t he annual Poppy Campaign, the foundation of the Remembrance Program. It is the generosity of Canadians that enables the Legion to ensure that our veterans and their dependants are

cared for and treated with the respect that they deserve. This November campaign, which sees Poppies distributed to Canadians of all ages, serves to perpetuate Remembrance by ensuring that the memory and sacrifices of our war veterans are never forgotten. The Legion also maintains a leading role in the creation and care of memorials to the contributions and valour of our veterans and ex-service members. It is deeply honoured and proud

to accept the task of organizing Remembrance ceremonies throughout the country, including the National Remembrance Day ceremony in Ottawa. In addition, working in concert with other veterans’ organizations and the Canadian government, the Legion has vowed to ensure that the preservation of the records and memories of our fallen heroes and returning veterans continues in perpetuity. The Royal Canadian Legion

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The team from the Church of God make the turn at the Camrose Open Door Association's sixth annual bed races at the CRE Oct. 29. Below: members of the Scotia Babies team (left to right) Myrna Schug, Brenda Lucas, Debbie Leibel, Mark Doberstein, Karen Busch, Ryan Mohan, Kim Lainey and Vanita Patel (in the crib). Nine teams competed in the bed races, which raised money for housing for youth at risk.

by Berdie Fowler

Remembrance Day thoughts Remembrance Day, for me, is o ne of the most thoughtprovoking days of the year. Canadians observe two minutes of silence to honour as heroes the men and women who have died in World War I, World War II, Korea, Afghanistan, several peace-keeping missions and other military operations, all in defence of what we deemed to be good over evil. We also pay tribute to all the other men and women who have served, and are even now serving, at significant risk to their personal safety and well-being. As always, we have heartfelt sympathy for the families who have lost loved ones in wars, or have endured long stressful days, weeks and months of separation. Remembrance Day is thought-provoking because it raises the question: Does war accomplish its objective? World War I was labeled “the war to end wars’; it didn’t. Only 20 years later, World War II broke out – the bloodiest and most destructive in all of history. That war ended in 1945 and, thankfully, there hasn’t been a w orld war since. It is d isappointing, however, that smaller military engagements continue to kill people and destroy life-sustaining crops and other property. Will human beings ever learn to collaborate constructively and avoid war? I believe they will, eventually, thanks to gradual shifts in public opinion and the emergence of effective diplomats everywhere, who preach as well as exemplify reconciliation and peaceful negotiation. Many nations keep trying to work together peacefully. Following the carnage of World War I, t he League of Nations was formed to promote international peace and security by not resorting to war. It failed – but a seed was planted. Following the unimaginable, massive ruin and destruction in both Europe and Japan in World War II, the United Nations (UN) was created to achieve world peace through facilitating cooperation in international law and security, economic development, social progress and human rights. The UN has its flaws but it has also accumulated measurable successes in the sixtyplus years of its existence. The European Union (EU) was created by European politicians who were determined to prevent future violent conflicts by forging closer economic and industrial cooperation. As I write this column, the EU is e nduring a m oment of serious crisis but, whatever the outcome, and it could be dire, I do not foresee European countries at war with one another. My hope lies in the vision of Alfred Nobel who established the Nobel Peace Award which is presented to those who have done the best work to promote fraternity among nations, reduction of military might, and holding of peace congresses. My hope lies in the views expressed by Canada’s Lester B. Pearson, highly respected world diplomat and former leader of the Liberal Opposition in the House of Commons, when he humbly accepted a Nobel Peace Prize in 1957. He said, “Of all our dreams today there is non more important – or so hard to realize – than that of peace in the world. May we never lose our faith in it or our resolve to do everything that can be done to convert it one day into reality." Pearson concluded with a quote from Henrik Ibsen, 19th century Norwegian playwright, who wrote: ”There are three Empires. First there is the Empire which was founded on the tree of knowledge. Then there is the Empire founded on the tree of the Cross. The third is still a secret Empire which will be founded on the tree of knowledge and the tree of the Cross – brought together.” Pearson concluded his acceptance speech saying, “The award I have received today ... is a renewed incentive to work with all other men of good will in the world for the triumph of Ibsen’s third Empire, that of the Empire of Peace.” Though we stumble and sometimes even fail in our efforts to keep the peace, let us love one another, and keep on trying – as do all of the Nobel Peace Prize recipients!

was honoured to initiate and coordinate the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier for the Centennial in 2000 and to suggest the declaration of 2005 as The Year of the Veteran. These and other commemorative projects and activities led by The Royal Canadian Legion have been welcomed by Canadians who have never hesitated to demonstrate their support in acknowledging the debt that is owed to those who sacrifice so much.

Letters to the Editor Letters are welcomed but please limit them to 50 0 words or less and sign with first name, initial, surname, address and phone number; only name of writer and city or town will be printed. Letters to third parties are not accepted. The Camrose Booster may edit for clarity, legality, personal abuse, good taste, public interest and availability of space. The Camrose Booster thanks you for your interest in the letters page and encourages your comments. Dear Editor:

In my last letter, I made a small error when quoting the number of seats that Quebec would get in the 30 extra seats that will be created. In my opening statement, I said that Quebec would get 15 seats. I should have

said three seats. I did say that later when I was writing about Quebec. I am so sorry for that error. I was shocked to hear that the 700 million dollar fire in Slave Lake might have been deliberately set. The Alberta government has handed the files over to the RCMP for a further investigation. T he Alberta government took five months in order to come to that conclusion. If that is the case, I really feel so sorry for all those who had lost their homes and their memories. It is so h eartless for anybody to set fire to an entire town. People lost more than their homes. Money can never replace memories or things that could never be replaced. I f elt so sh ocked when I read this on line. I rea lly hope that the person or people responsible will be brought to justice.

Soon will be the Alberta election. Who knows when it will be held? I just would like to encourage everybody to go out and vote. This is a p rivilege and not a right. In many places in the world, many people do not have that privilege. Even if you do not know too much about politics. Please vote for some party. Even if it is for a party who may not have a chance. You can make a d ifference by just one vote. Maybe your vote might be the difference of having one party over another party? Who knows? In some countries, many people travel miles under threat of losing their lives. W hat cost do you have to pay in order to vote? Just something to think about. Lorne Vanderwoude Camrose

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Camrose Chamber of Commerce past president Shauna Feth presented the BRAED Business Appreciation Award to Lisa Rohr of Business IQ Training. By Dan Jensen

The Battle River Alliance for Economic Development Business Appreciation Award was presented to Business IQ Training at the Camrose Chamber of Commerce Small Business Awards Banquet Oct. 19. Owned and operated by Lisa Rohr, Business IQ Training provides a variety of essential training services in the areas of accounting, basic and technical computer training and business and personal development. "Business IQ Training provides a h ands on approach in a very thriving business practice, providing an innovative and effective method to help individuals and businesses achieve their own success," said a summary read by Small Business Week Awards Banquet emcee Diane Hutchinson. Business IQ has grown to employ three part-time and two full-time staff. "They have extended their training services, enabling 120 participants to be training under contract by Alberta Works," said the summary, "and also work in partnership with Adult Learning Councils to provide provincewide training courses via interactive webinars." The BRAED Business Appreciation Award is given to a business whose major activity is t o provide a p roduct or service to a significant part of the BRAED region. Past recipients are Electro-Tel (2010) and Vital Effect (2009). The Battle River Alliance for Economic Development is a group of 37 member communities and two associate members in east central Alberta. Its mission is to enhance regional and economic development opportunities in Battle River region through the sharing of information, promotions, service delivery and advocacy, and by maintaining excellence in government. Over the past several years it has tackled projects in areas of defence industry, agriculture, tourism, and education, and provided seminars and learning opportunities for its members. The BRAED region has a population of over 64,000 residents. The main sources of income are annual memberships and the provincial government.

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Bethany Group now taking applications By Dan Jensen

The Bethany Group has started to take applications from persons wishing to reside in the new Wild Rose Affordable Housing development. "We've already had a f ew people make inquiries as to whether or not they qualify," said The Bethany Group CEO Denis Beesley. "It is a m atter now of finding the right people for the right apartment." Rents for the four bachelor suites will rent for $370 to $385 per month, depending on square footage. The maximum household income to qualify, as set out by the provincial government's Core Need Income Threshold (CNIT) is $25,500. Rents for the 21 one-bedroom suites will range from $545 to $575, again depending on square footage. The maximum household income for a one-bedroom apartment is $27,500. Rent for the 16 two-bedroom suites will range from $660 to $775. The maximum household income for a two-bedroom unit is $33,500. Rent for the four one-bedroom wheelchair accessible units will be $575, while rent for the four two-bedroom wheelchair accessible units will be $710. All rent prices will include heat, water and sewage, and insurance on the building. Tenants will pay their own electricity, telephone, cable TV and household insurance. The rents are subject to annual review by the Alberta government and will always be a minimum of ten per cent below the average market rent set by the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation. Tenants are expected to use the time of subsidized rent to improve and strengthen their financial situation, with a l onger term goal of being able to pay market rent in the community, or move into home ownership. Applicants must be a c urrent resident of the City of Camrose, have good rental references from current and past landlords, and agree to an in-home interview as part of the selection process. The Bethany Group is expecting that all the units will be filled by the time the development opens in the spring of 2012. The Wild Rose Affordable Housing Development has a total cost of approximately $8 million, of which $5.6 million has been provided by the provincial government through the City of Camrose. The mortgage will be paid by The Bethany Group at a fixed interest rate over a p eriod of 25 years. "The fact that we were able to lock in that interest rate over that period of time will really help the project over the course of its lifetime," explained Beesley. The Bethany Group is also getting closer to seeing the completion of its $18 million Brookside Life Lease development on the former Bethany Nursing Home site.

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Camrose Greenspace information to be held at Stoney Creek Centre By Dan Jensen

Have some ideas you would like to share about the current and future park system in Camrose? You'll get that chance in a public information session at the Stoney Creek Centre (53 Street and 39 Avenue) from 6 to 8 p.m. Nov. 15. The session will help the City of Camrose, with the assistance of Dillon Consulting Ltd., develop a Gre en Space Master Plan, which will guide the development and growth of Camrose's green space system, including parks and trails, over the next fifteen years. "Drop in for five or 50 minutes to learn about the pro-

cess and tell us your thoughts on Camrose's greenspaces," said City of Camrose community services manager Paul Nielsen. A Green Space Master Plan questionnaire will be available at the session, and also electronically on the City's website after Nov. 14, for those who are unable to attend. As part of the Green Space Master Plan process, residents are being invited to submit their favourite historical or current photos of parks and trails in Camrose. Entries will be accepted by email at ataylor@, or by mail at City of Camrose, Community Services, until December

1. The grand prize will be a $50 gift card redeemable at a Camrose establishment of choice. The Green Space Master Plan will help the City maintain green space ratio, protect the urban wildlife corridor, reach sustainability and liveability targets, and serve the extremes of the age spectrum. Preliminary priorities for the City are to build on the parks system in place, integrate the trail system into the larger transportation network and arterial network, to position Camrose as a regional habitat link with Stoney Creek as a m ain component, and assist with the management of stormwater.

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GST charged where applicable YARD EQUIPMENT 2 self-propelled lawn mowers (Toro and Craftsman); Chainsaw; Hand saws; Air compressor; Water barrels; Various gas cans; Garden tools; Large qty of small hand tools and wrenches; Coleman air tank. ANTIQUES / COLLECTIBLES White drop leaf Canadiana table; Cups and saucers, Royal Albert, Flower of the Month; Collector plates (animal series, Wedgewood, Norman Rockwell); Old clocks with keys; Railroad pocket watch; Eskimo carvings; Figurines; Brass ornaments and vases; Old pencil sharpener; Metal Chinese checkers (with original checker bag, marbles and rules); Round oak table; Old wooden chairs; Trunk; Singer sewing machine; Old sewing chair; Cedar chest; Queen Anne chair; 2 old highback wooden chairs; Old Little books (1967-1975); Comic books; Old records; Cookbooks; Crokinole board; Medalta crocks; Old magazines and readers; Platters, Sovereign Potters, Canada 22k gold, England; Crystal bowl and vases; Set of Royal Winton dishes for 6 (1935); Old pictures in frames; Jollytime popcorn popper; Meat saw;

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Knives, meat cutting, hunting, jackknives; Hooked cleaver; Hockey cards; Collectible toys, Tonka, Batman, Barbi, Fisher Price); Lanterns and lamps; Straight razors; Sharpening stones; Old radios; Old cameras; Old fishing boxes; Old wooden hooks; Ladies’ hats in hatboxes; Stamps; Belt buckles; Brass bells and cowbells; Paintings, Ducks Unlimited; Snowshoes; Horse bits; Brass horsehame tops; Large qty. of mounted deer horns; Gretzky memorabilia pictures framed with four teams he played on; Retirement, Rookie picture. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Accordions: Borsini Italy (piano), Silvertone (piano), Scandalli (button); Trumpet; Mouth organ made in Germany. For more information, phone 780-374-3893 AUCTIONEER’S NOTE Fred and June have moved and are downsizing. This is a very large, clean sale with many collectible and antique items. Fred and June have been collecting for many years. Something for everyone!

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Bawlf Public Library has launched its Fall membership drive. “We have a lot to offer at the Library – access to province-wide resources and a f riendly atmosphere to browse for your favourite books, DVDs and magazines,” said Fern Reinke, Library manager. The Library offers single memberships at $10 per year and family memberships at $20. A membership to the Bawlf Public Library would make a wonderful Christmas gift. Treat your family or friends to one and support your local library at the same time. The Bawlf Public Library is located at 203 Hanson Street, Bawlf. Hours of operation are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday; 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Thursday.

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Camrose City Council

PROGRESS REPORT after year one of three-year term.

A progress report after one year on the job. Last year at this time, your new Camrose Council had just commenced their duties serving you for the next three years. The Camrose Booster referred back to the fall 2010 campaign advertised messages and determined the campaign focal point for each of the candidates ultimately elected to office.

Based on the candidates’ printed messages advertising pledges, promises and aspirations, The Camrose Booster asked a specific question of each individual who won a seat on Camrose Council. We also asked Mayor Chalmers to provide his update after one year on the job. We requested that responses be restricted to 500 words in length. We advised each candidate that we would not edit or alter their written responses. We gave each

There are four affordable housing projects to highlight:

options for an increasingly mobile population.

Wildrose Affordable Housing Project – This 49 unit development is scheduled to open soon. City Council partnered with the provincial government and the Bethany Group to make this project a reality. It will provide affordable rents for many qualifying individuals and families.

In summary, progress on providing affordable housing options is very encouraging. In respect to public transportation, we are anticipating recommendations from our Task Force. The question of external public transport is an emerging problem. Thank you to The Booster for providing this opportunity to update Camrosians regarding these two areas of concern.

Secondary Suites Program – Several homeowners have accessed city grants to assist them in developing fully functional secondary suites within their homes. These suites have controlled rents making them more affordable for those in need of reduced rent.

Our comment to: Max Lindstrand: As the election neared last fall you told taxpayers that you “wanted to explore ways of providing service to the entire (local) population, including the provision of affordable housing options and public transit alternatives.”


Outline how discussions have progressed on these two topics in year one of this council and news on either of these initiatives you hold dearly. Affordable Housing and Public Transit Options: The end of the first year of this term of office for Camrose City Council is in sight. It is, therefore, a good time to reflect upon the work of Council. I have been asked to address two issues: affordable housing options for residents of Camrose and the availability of public transit opportunities. It is fundamentally important that each resident of Camrose have access to safe and affordable housing. To that end, the council of the City of Camrose has an Affordable Housing Committee which serves in an advisory capacity. The committee includes representation from council and the general public and makes regular recommendations for council’s consideration.

Private Developer – Council has approved some grant funding for a private developer who plans to construct several units for low income residents of Camrose. With respect to public transportation, there are two aspects that need to be considered. Firstly, we need to plan for the needs of our residents to move about within the boundaries of Camrose. Secondly, we must be concerned about the lack of options for people to travel to and from Camrose by public transportation. City Council has established a Task Force to study and make recommendations regarding the needs that exist for public transportation within the city limits. This Task Force includes broad based representation from both council and the general public. Recently we have been advised that Greyhound (as of October, 2011) will no longer provide bus transportation to and from Camrose. Three decades ago we had both passenger rail and bus service to and from other centres. This is an area of great concern. Our Mayor and Economic Development Officer have been pursuing a variety of potential replacement services. This will remain a priority as it is important to provide

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What changes, initiatives and progress have you made in this regard in the last twelve months? Thank you for the opportunity to review the work of City Council. Council is a team effort and we all play important roles in ensuring the work is completed to create a sustainable and superior city. Sustainability and superiority for me comprised four essential areas: infrastructure, finances, service level(s) and social needs.

Habitat for Humanity – The city continues to provide financial and moral support to the local Habitat for Humanity group. The local chapter was formed in 1996 and has provided 18 homes for qualifying families. Habitat plans to construct two additional units in each of the next two years. This group continues to be an amazing success story!


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approximately one week to return material to us at The Camrose Booster. In this feature you will read the exact question asked of each candidate and the response each has returned to us. We ask you to analyze their individual remarks and come to your own conclusion as to respective performance.

Our comment to: John Howard: Your goal as a Camrose councillor, at voting time last year, was to “offer citizens what you called a sustainable superior city.”

Our infrastructure includes: sidewalks and roads, waste and storm water treatment, drinking water treatment, and the parks and recreational facilities that form the foundation of the community. In some cases, that foundation is being weakened as new projects place demands on budget expenditures which leaves less money to maintain our existing infrastructure. I believe that moving to a multi-year capital and operational budget allows us to pay greater attention to our existing infrastructure, not risking deterioration of what we have in favour of building something new on a weakened foundation. For most people, attention to finances is limited to budget time and tax time. Council is working to make fiscal responsibility a weekly consideration. Council is working to complete a reserve policy, a core service review to prioritize spending and is refining our Strategic Plan. As

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I mentioned in my campaign, we are getting better at asking-- “what can we afford to do, what can we afford not to do, and what can we not afford not to do?” Camrose has service levels beyond the norm for a city our size, none of which we would give up, but there remain areas that need more attention. Our police and fire protection are excellent. Our sports facilities, with the exception of a pool that doesn’t meet current competition standards, are exceptional. Our cultural facilities are coming on stream to an exceptional level. We do not want the service levels to drop, but we must find ways to keep paying the cost for these exceptional services. In addition to taxation, the council explores ways to spend wisely the grants we receive from the federal and provincial governments in order to maintain this superior service level. I am especially pleased that greater attention than ever is being paid to the social fabric of our community. While there have always been exceptional services to individuals, they have sometimes been fragmented as agencies lacked ways to cooperate and coordinate and the city had no firm social development strategy. Through SPAC, the city has addressed that issue and has recently adopted a Social Development Strategy dealing with all ages and needs from health, family supports, transportation, and long and short term methods for addressing social needs. This strategy will also be reviewed and revised as Camrose grows. Submitted by John Howard Councillor, City of Camrose

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Camrose City Council PROGRESS REPORT available. In addition, council and administration are committed to looking at the overall budget to ensure that the current tax dollars are being spent effectively. To the extent that some efficiencies can be achieved, the increased upward pressure on the tax levy will be reduced.

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The proposed funding for the City Hall and Public Works facility at this point will have no direct impact on the property taxes going forward as they are to be funded from provincial grant money. There will always be the potential for a spin off cost to the extent that the grant money allocated could have been redirected to other projects which may now require future property tax dollars. That being said, it is this council’s decision that these projects are worthy of the grant dollars being allocated to them. The Performing Arts Centre is the project that is closest to being finalized prior to the final go ahead. Assuming that the final details are worked out, this project will have a direct impact on future property taxes. The proposed funding has $4,000,000 coming from debenture borrowing. The annual payments for that will directly impact the property tax levy. In addition, there will be an annual operating cost that will be funded from property taxes. A portion of the increase will be mitigated as older debt is paid out making current tax dollars

As an incumbent, I feel there is an obligation and great benefit to sharing my experience and background information with the newly elected officials as they become educated in municipal government and with projects in various stages of development. Remembering what it was like ten years ago in my first year in office, I really appreciated my colleagues for their mentorship and knowledge, as I believe it has made me a better city councillor. Proper growth, appropriate planning and sound financial management are all inter-connected. These objectives are dependent upon the global and Alberta economy, provincial funding rants and city taxes. My business background and community involvement have enabled me to provide experienced input during council discussions, planning and budget deliberations through the boom years and into these current global recessionary times.

Our comment to: Greg Wood: In the election campaign you claimed your role will be to “balance what we want with what we can afford.”

Recently, word from City Hall suggested a new City Hall, Public Works building and a new Performing Arts Centre are realistic objectives for this Council. Explain the financial impact of these projects on property taxes going forward.

them to sustain progress over time without losing what made Camrose special to begin with’.

Our comment to: Daryl Shillington: In your advertised message to potential voters you said: “proper growth for our city, appropriate planning and sound financial management doesn’t happen by accident. It takes clear thinking, serious commitment and sound management.”


What positive steps have you helped Camrose council or administration embark on regarding progress for our city? Thank you to The Camrose Booster for this opportunity to reflect on one’s efforts over the last 12 months and, in my case, 10 years on City Council. Building a great city doesn’t happen in any one single year; it takes years of planning and commitment. Accomplishments in one year only adds collectively to a piece of a greater effort or vision. I’ve tried to instill upon City Council and Administration my belief and philosophy from the following statement: ‘Community capacity is about building assets that are not easily measured, community capacity is the skills, knowledge and abilities of community residents that enable

The greatest challenge we have is balancing all the wants and needs from residents, businesses, programing and service providers in Camrose. Sound financial management is an understanding of debt levels, operational expenses, debenture commitments, to ensure sustainability of current and future services or facilities, as related to our tax base. I’m a strong believer in long term planning and have supported and encouraged our City Administration for Strategic Planning documents to guide us into a bright and sustainable future. Some of these include: 5 to 10year capital projects with appropriate funding attached, CORE Services Review, a comprehensive Economic Development Strategy, Augustana Area Redevelopment Plan, Municipal Sustainability Plan, and a three-year operational budget. These documents would be meaningless if it weren’t firstly the wishes of the citizens of Camrose. All planning documents involve public input through workshops, open houses, and dialogue with residents every day of the week. Through telephone calls, visits to my business, emails and discussions at many public functions, I listen to everyone’s opinions and ideas and bring forth the public’s thoughts. In closing, I will continue to represent you in a professional and caring manner. Together we will plan our future collaboratively and live in a safe, progressive community we call home. Submitted by Daryl Shillington Councillor, City of Camrose

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Our comment to: Marshall Chalmers: At election time last year in your final message to voters, you advertised that you were “really concerned about the past spending spree of City Council.” You also stated you “wondered about the future financial impact of a city-wide transit system, an elaborate city hall, the pending performing arts centre, the city’s land development program and social housing programs.”


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Bring readers up to speed on where you feel you’ve made progress in the last year on each of your election concerns. First of all, let me thank the Booster for this opportunity. We have come a long way from a year ago.

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The first order of business was the 2011 Budget process. After weeks and weeks of presentations and initially starting out with a 7.3% suggested increase, council made some tough, tough decisions to pare that down to 3.5%. A part of which accommodated contractual agreements already in place. Council was very aware that the slumping economy had not yet hit the upswing. The 5 year Capital Budget and Project Funding streams were put under the microscope as promised. Two revenue sources were identified as needing substantial review. They were the Land Fund and Offsite Levies. As a result multi-year projects that had an accumulation of hundreds

Council then led a citizen engaged process to set a new direction for the city under what is referenced to as The Road Map to 2015 – Strategic Priorities. Our priorities are now Economic Development; Capital Projects & Expenditures; Core Services/Core Business; Decisionmaking Protocols and an Engaged and Informed Community. The railway tracks have now been laid to guide council as we move forward. There had been substantial efforts previously on the social pillar, however, this plan clearly identifies a focus shift to the economic pillar. We now have a new economic development officer in place (Ray Telford) and a new economic development strategy being developed. There remains substantial private land for residential development on the west portion of the city. There are approximately 20 serviced lots left for sale in the Valleyview Subdivision (city). As for Industrial Land, several lots were developed and sold in the Mohler III Subdivision. Construction is at the discretion of the owner. Very few city-owned serviced lots for industrial development remain. There are three (3) city-owned and serviced Highway Commercial lots remaining on the east end of the city. As servicing for residential, industrial and commercial lands are expensive, council needs to use extreme caution in balancing shovel ready land vs private development. Having said that, council must ensure that our policies facilitate progressive development through responsible leadership. In order to achieve this I have led the process in establishing a standing committee of council governed by Bylaw, called the Municipal Planning Advisory Committee. This committee, which includes three members of the public, will advise council in all areas of development to ensure we are positioned properly. Our new Strategic Plan called for finalizing the decision making and completion/implementation timeline for major capital facility and service projects. This has been done. Council has established the Camrose Performing Arts Center (CPAC), City Hall and Public Works Facility as their top three (3) priorities and have established by motion, go forward timelines and revenue

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While CPAC and city hall construction could proceed simultaneously the public works facility is not slated for construction until 2015. I am satisfied that our current Capital Projects completion/ implementation timeline is least burdensome to our taxpayer. Public transportation was much talked about prior to and during our recent election campaign. I did not believe then and I do not believe now that public transportation as one would commonly know it ie: Edmonton, is necessary or affordable. Council is committed to identifying demographic groups who need transportation and coming up with some viable solutions. This is going to be achieved through a newly created Ad-Hoc Community Transportation Advisory Committee. To conclude, key administrative positions have seen substantial changes over the past year, including the CAO, Economic Development and Engineering. I am confident that our city is positioning itself to ensure we are providing an optimum place to build, develop, work and live yet doing it through fiscal responsibility. In addition, our new council have made incredible strides in being accessible to the public. Besides working full-time as mayor, a standing agenda item for council meetings called “Public Commentary” has now been incorporated. Coffee with the Mayor has been established and two of our council meetings have been held in educational institutions to engage high school and university students, along with the public, in council discussions. The first year has been extremely busy and I expect the next year to be the same. It is an extreme pleasure serving our citizens. Submitted by Marshall Chalmers Mayor, City of Camrose


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streams to complete these. There will be no debenturing to build city hall and public works facilities. The Municipal Sustainability Initiative (M.S.I.) Funding allocated by the province is the major contributor. Although there is currently a motion to build a new city hall at its current location, that process has been stopped and administration has been tasked with providing alternative location options for consideration. Council is currently working through those and a decision will be made shortly so we can move forward and capitalize on the lower construction costs.


earing Sense provides a variety of hearing care services including hearing evaluations, ear inspections, hearing instrument fittings, aural rehabilitation and assistive listening products like amplified telephones. With three Central Alberta locations; Camrose, Wetaskiwin and Red Deer, Hearing Sense provides patients with a number of convenient options to find out more about their hearing health. For more information or to set up an appointment with Hearing Sense, please call (780)679-0900

Duggan Mall, Camrose or (780)352-9219 Wetaskiwin, (403)346-4647 Red Deer, or visit our website at

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Camrose City Council PROGRESS REPORT Transportation Advisory Committee to specifically study public transit options. • Established a Municipal Planning Advisory Committee. Besides two committee meetings and two regular council meetings monthly……. All council members serve on various appointed boards and commissions. This past year I served on the Camrose Regional Exhibition Board. This volunteer board oversees numerous events such as:

Our comment to: Gerry Galenza: Your advertised, pre-election message stated that you “had the experience it would take and could offer advice to other council members when making important decisions for Camrose going forward.”


Can you outline specifically how your experience and advice has helped councillors in the past twelve months and your opinion of what council should be most remembered for in terms of prudent decisionmaking in year one of this council?

Firstly, it is an honor and privilege to have served on Camrose City Council for 22 years. Over those years I have accumulated numerous files and documents relating to a wide range of issues addressed by previous city councils. With four new faces around the council table, I believe I have been able to give background knowledge and recommend some course of action based on previous personal involvement.

• Growing Rural Tourism • Canadian Bull Congress • Trade Show • Women’s Show • Rodeo • Festival of Trees • Big Valley Jamboree The CRE also completed a successful year in operating and managing the Camrose Exhibition Trail RV Park. I also served on the Camrose Police Commission. The Commission meets monthly with the Police Chief and administration. One significant item the commission addressed was the new License Search Fee, introduced suddenly by the Provincial Government. This could have cost the taxpayers of Camrose an additional approximate $60,000.00. The Commission along with our Mayor and council and other Alberta Mayors were successful in having this fee scrapped. For this coming year in the works: • 2012 City Budget • Finalization of agreements with our partners for construction of the new Performing Arts Facility. • Designation of the site for a New City Hall. • With the appointment of Ray Telford as Economic Development Officer, council can also move forward on developing a new Economic Strategy for the City of Camrose. Submitted by Gerry Galenza Councillor, City of Camrose

I believe council’s decisions should be based on information and facts, not emotions. I believe that experience has taught me to sometimes: 2. ride the wave of change 3. Focus on the process… not the goal 4. Experience and advice can get people excited about change and motivated to act. PART TWO: IN MY OPINION This city council should be remembered for a number of prudent decisions over the past year.

• The implementation of a new curbside recycling program. • Provided an additional $500,000.00 of municipal sustainability funds to the Bailey Theatre. • Created a Council Code of Conduct along with a Council/ Administration Protocol. • Completed a new strategic priorities plan 2011-2015 entitled “Going Forward” the roadmap to 2015. • Established a public commentary as part of each regular council agenda. • Updated the snow and ice removal policy. • Authorized and completed a Citizen Satisfaction Survey. • Appointed a new City Manager. • Approved a new Municipal Development Plan. • Initiated a Camrose Green Space Master Plan. • Established an adhoc Community

First year on Council…wow… what a learning curve. CAO, CEO, MSI, AUMA, AMGA, COLA, FSM, MDP, MGB, IT, HR, MDP, CPAC, CRE,..and the list of acronyms goes on and on…YIKES. Trying to get your head around all the abbreviations is a real chore and still creates some confusion on my part. I have done what I said I would do…listen and make informed decisions that best suit what I perceive to be the wishes of the citizens of Camrose. I remain visible and approachable through volunteering, committee work, coffee with the Mayor and numerous other council related and community activities. My contact numbers are available online and I look forward to hearing from you whenever you see fit. You asked “what have I accomplished “, in my first year as a city councilor?? Might I inform you that WE are the name of the game when it comes to making decisions that affect OUR community? I hold 1 of 9 votes so am not out to serve my own agenda…having said that I guess I have accomplished nothing… because it’s not about me. There have been some tough and perhaps controversial decisions made over the past year that have impacted the working of Council. I think the important thing to remember is the process and with the adoption of a new and revised decision making protocol I feel most comfortable with the decisions that have been made. I might add that I enjoy Council and find the committee work to be most gratifying as it has its roots with the residents we strive to serve. I enjoy the discussions and camaraderie with the Mayor, Council and Administration. Department heads and their support staff are exceptional compliments to the overall operation of effectively and efficiently running the City. Is it everything I thought it would be? No…it’s so much more! As for the challenges over the next two years: Moving forward includes decisions on a new city hall, public works facility, possible aquatic upgrades and maintaining expected service levels for our residents. It all depends on what the residents deem important, what is fiscally attainable/ sustainable and hopefully keeping the annual snowfall to a bare minimum.

1. make exceptions to the rule

• A reasonable 2011 operating budget based on an overall 3.53% tax increase.

I am thankful for that…for if I had I would be going against my principles of serving the residents of Camrose. I need to have an open mind to what is best for the residents. Having been a ‘Counselor’ in my former profession taught me to be an active listener which I employ as a councilor today…listen more talk less.

Jackie Rae gets her report card It’s been a year since CFCW’s

Jackie Rae joined The Auto Shoppe as their Celebrity Apprentice. What a ride it has been! Gord, the Auto Shoppe’s owner, thought this would be a good time to give Jackie her progress report…





Willing to Learn


Attention to Detail


Sometimes gets distracted.

OVERALL Couldnt be Better! Gord and Jenn congratulate Jackie Rae on a successful year as the shop’s Celebrity Apprentice

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Submitted by Earle Berry Councillor, City of Camrose

Our comment to: Earle Berry: you didn’t make any specific promises in your election campaigning but did convince voters you were eager, approachable, responsible, a good listener and enthusiastic.


Report your most notable accomplishment in your first year as a councillor and what you view as Council’s biggest challenge in the next two years. Last time I was asked to write a 500 word essay was many years ago… and I didn’t like it then either but I believe Camrosians deserve to know what I have been doing on their behalf over the past year. I realize I did not make any specific promises in my election campaign last year and

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It was in the Windsor store! I was amazed by the selection they carry. I had no idea – and then I found this…

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Camrose City Council PROGRESS REPORT for a large Committee to ensure diversity, and fair representation of our city’s various demographic groups. We now have a very talented and diverse eleven member committee in place to get the job done properly.

YOUR CONTINUED ASSURANCE OF BUYING THE CLEAREST, BEST-TASTING WATER MONEY CAN BUY Recently, in our quest to provide our clients with the very best in drinking water, we have shopped the market, tested and experimented water sources, and talked with our clients about ‘new’ water options. Thank you to our clients for providing valuable feedback. In the final analysis we will return to the water source we have counted on since 1995. Expert analysis and consumer opinion overwhelmingly supports this decision. Again, our thanks for choosing Purity Water and the clearest, best-tasting water available. Verna Chenard, Owner

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D&D Vehicle Sales & Service is thrilled to welcome

ERIC KROETCH – Business/Finance Manager.

In view of significant, continually increasing sales volume and expansion of the dealership, D&D Vehicle Sales is introducing Eric to the team. If you are a long-time golf enthusiast you may recognize Eric as being a popular employee at Camrose Golf Course from 2004 to 2006 in his role of pro shop assistant. Eric then moved to Edmonton in order to attend Grant McEwan College, where he excelled and graduated with a Business Degree in 2009. Awaiting the right opportunity he has worked in the professional landscape industry in recent summers. In his capacity of Business/Finance Manager, he will be responsible, in part, for the dealership’s marketing program, and be a key figure in building one-on-one client relationships. You’ll be able to count on Eric to put together competitive or better in-house financing on cars, trucks and any selection from the full line of cargo, utility and recreational product trailers. He will also be assisting the dealership’s owners, David Drever and David Nigh, in expanding their already extensive inventory to better serve you. Eric is newly married to Amanda (Howard). He’s energetic and eager to serve. Count on Eric Kroetch and D&D Vehicle Sales to treat you right on your next new or used vehicle or trailer purchase!

VEHICLE SALES & SERVICE 3760-48 Ave., CAMROSE 780.672.4400

Our comment to: Brandon Blatz: You were a very vocal advocate for public transportation in your pre-election campaigning. In your final preelection advertisement you stated, “I support public transportation because an objective, fact-based review of mountains of data from transit professionals along with personal discussions with transit engineers has revealed a public transit service is operationally and financially feasible in Camrose…”


What have you achieved in the past twelve months towards Camrose getting that public transportation service and are we close to being able to get such a service up and running to serve Camrosians? Public transportation was an important component of my diverse platform for a practical reason. Before and during the election, I was aware of the very real need and demand for accessible and affordable mobility options for residents of Camrose from all walks of life. Last November, just over a month after being sworn into office, I proposed a comprehensive motion to establish a public transportation committee to design a made-in-Camrose solution to the need for affordable and accessible public transportation options for those with limited mobility, who cannot afford to pay for private transportation each and every time they need to travel from point A to point B. At that time, council felt strategic planning should be completed prior to considering the motion, and it was tabled to a meeting in March, 2011. Subsequently, development of the committee’s terms of reference was referred to the Social Planning Advisory Committee (SPAC), on which I also sit as one of Council’s representatives. SPAC discussed the fundamental components and entrusted the crafting of the scope and duties of the committee to me. Upon completion, the terms went back to council for final tweaking and approval. I am pleased to say our council stepped up to the plate to tackle public transportation head on. Council struck the ad-hoc Community Transportation Advisory Committee, tasked with developing a viable model for an incremental, accessible and affordable transportation service for identifiable demographics in the City of Camrose. We have taken a “grassroots” approach to public transit planning, working with Camrosians to design an incremental framework for community transportation built around the unique needs of our Community, rather than trying to utilize a prefabricated service model designed for use elsewhere. I lobbied council

My original motion specified that this task be done “in-house,” making use of the expensive work already completed and paid for, and drawing on internal, as well as vast community expertise and input. It is unnecessary to spend additional taxpayer dollars to hire more private consultants. We can do the job better ourselves. It’s a monumental task, but the Community Transportation Advisory Committee is working very hard to fulfill its mandate, always being heedful that the end product must be prudent and realistic; and the plan must not overburden taxpayers. With the model due on June 31, 2012, the Committee has its work cut out for it. While I cannot give you a specific implementation date for public transportation in the City of Camrose, I am confident that we are a great deal closer to that reality than we were a year ago when I was elected to serve the people of Camrose as your City Councillor. It is an ongoing honour and a pleasure to work both for you and with you, united in moving towards a brighter future.. Submitted by Brandon Blatz Councillor, City of Camrose

Our comment to: Ray McIsaac: In your final preelection ad you told voters that you wanted to “provide them with good assurance of good value for their tax dollars.”


What decisions have you and your fellow councillors made this year-past to provide taxpayers with more bang for their buck? According to the 2011 Ipsos Public Affairs Satisfaction Syndicated Study (Satisfaction Survey) our citizens have indicated that there was reasonable support for a moderate tax increase in order to maintain or increase service levels. To a lesser degree there were certain of the respondents that indicated they would like to see a decrease in service levels so as to maintain the current tax level. Further there were some respondents that would prefer a decrease in service levels in order to reduce taxes.

that was put forward called for a 7+% increase. Some challenges we faced that were and are outside of our control include a somewhat softer economy as well as contractual agreements within the city that need to be negotiated from time to time and this is without doubt always a challenge. Another challenge we encounter is weather related and it can certainly wreak havoc from time to time. Snow would (no pun intended) fall into this category. It certainly took its toll in 2011. We still have to contend with that as we begin our 2012 budget deliberations. Considering what we were faced with I believe that we have done a reasonable job of utilizing our taxpayer dollars. Direction was given to administration early on to bring forth a budget that reflected a modest or at least the minimum of increases so as not to reflect too much of a burden on our taxpayers and maintain necessary services. The community groups presenting budgets to council for approval were encouraged to maintain the status quo on funding for the 2011 budget year. Those folks play a very important role in our community and are to be commended for their compliance with the request. Initial budget presentations began in October with numerous community groups as well as city departments presenting. After some time of listening to and discussing various presentations the time came when we moved from presentations to deliberations. The deliberation process began in earnest in November and resulted in some long and challenging budget meetings. A great deal of time and energy was spent on budget deliberations (as it should have been) in order to achieve what we deemed to be a fair and reasonable 2011 budget. The 2010 budget reflected a 0% tax change while I believe in 2011 we succeeded in holding our tax levy increase to a fair and reasonable 3.53% while maintaining reasonable service levels. Some capital projects were deferred to 2012. Debt repayment is in the area of 1.9 million dollars so far in 2011. We really haven’t incurred much in the way of tax supported debt since the Edgeworth centre project. It has been pretty much all local improvement. According to our citizen’s survey quality of life in Camrose is rated at 97% as being good to very good. Submitted byRay McIsaac Councillor, City of Camrose


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Quality of life, satisfaction with services as well as financial planning are among areas that all received a passing grade according the results of Ipsos Public Affairs Study. I believe that we have given the taxpayers of the City of Camrose decent bang for their buck from our hard earned tax dollars. The 2011 preliminary budget

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Proudly presents

The Good Lovelies

Christmas Parties Book your Christmas party for up to 25 people We’ll cater to your budget – Call 780-672-7610 for reservations

“They sparkled and, like enjoying fine champagne, the audience drank them in.” – Dean Verger, Owner of Rasputin’s Cafe, Ottawa

Perfect for your small business!

Friday, November 11, 8 p.m. at Scalliwag’s Pub & Rum Bar 4919-47 Street, Camrose


6115-48 Avenue, Camrose Phone 780-672-7610

Candler Art Gallery, 5002-50 St., Camrose or at the Door: $20 Students $10 Food Bank Donations Gratefully Accepted

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Shirt off My Back Tailoring

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Saturday, November 26, 2011 Bruce Community Centre, Bruce, Alberta Cocktails – 5:00 p.m. Buffet Dinner – 6:00 p.m. Entertainment following supper by…

Tenor Power

Tenor Power performs a delightful variety of music from well-known Italian songs to show tunes to contemporary with a little country and western and comedy thrown in.


Catrine Telle and Ivar Tindberg

Bruce Stampede p Association

4702A-65 Street, Camrose 780-679-6811 or 1-855-679-6811



MENU Roasted Pork Loin, Swedish Meatballs, Lutefisk with Melted Butter, Mashed Potatoes, Coleslaw, Tossed Salad, Pickled Herring, Devilled Eggs, Beet Pickles, Carrots, Corn, Flat Bread, Rye Bread, Lefsa, Krumkaka, Rosettes, Rice Pudding, Fruit Soup, Cream Puffs, Tea, Coffee

Tickets: $30 (Advance purchase only) To purchase tickets, call Wanda Law (780-688-3510), Norman Wenstob (780-374-2457) or Paul Dinisyk (780-336-2675)

Now booking for Christmas Free quote or to book a DJ

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Daysland and District Agricultural Society

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Thursday, November 24, 2011, 7:00 p.m. to be held at Daysland Curling Rink

Daysland and District Agricultural Society PRESENTS

November 17-19 and November 24-26, 2011 Augustana Theatre Centre – 7:30 p.m.

[Doors open at 7:00 p.m.] Tickets available at the door $15 [general admission] $5 [students with appropriate ID]

TRACY MILLAR Friday, November 25, 2011 Doors open at 5:00 p.m. Supper at 6:30 p.m. Entertainment by Tracy Millar to follow (Sponsored by DaysArts Society) Tickets – $25 each (Table reservations available – for up to eight people) Tickets available at Battle River Credit Union, Daysland Jerry’s Pharmacy, Kapler’s Hardware, Westview – Daysland

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Bailey Classic Film Series Presents:

A Place In The Sun

November 14th - 7:00 pm Admission - $5

The Harold Of Galactus


photos a piece of history

Ladies’ Night Saturday All ladies get $10 at the door

An improvised superhero comic book

November 19th & 20th - $12

Wine Appreciation Night

Enjoy the movie “Sideways” while sampling wine.

November 24th - 6:00 - $17

Stringbeans For Dinner

Fine Dining and The Stringbeans Quartet!

December 8th - Tickets $40 in advance.

Now open Tuesday to Saturday, 10 p.m. to 3 a.m.

5041 50th Street, Camrose, Alberta, T4V 1R3 (780) 672-5510 •

Augustana Campus, University of Alberta Winter 2012 Course Open to the Public

The Political Uses and Misuses of Religion Would a more textured understanding of the place of religion in the public square enhance or diminish civil life? AUREL 271 Instructors: Dittmar Mündel and David Goa Mondays, 6:30 - 9:30 p.m., C014 January 9, 2012 - April 9, 2012 Cost to public: $150 suggested donation to the Chester Ronning Centre For inquiries or to register, contact Rebecca Warren

4917-48 Street, Camrose 780-672-4809

Silver Creek New Norway Curling Club New Curlers Welcome!

If you want to curl, but do not have a team, come and we will put you on a team. Great evenings of fun!

Mixed and Ladies’ League Tuesday or Wednesday Night

Starting November 22 Please contact Dane Lindholm at 780-781-7700 or Scott Keller at 780-678-5837 (One draw at 7:30 p.m.)

Men’s League – Thursday Night Dittmar Mündel

David Goa

Starting November 24 Please contact Scott Keller at 780-678-5837 or Rick Trautman at 780-352-2194 (Two draws at 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m.) Fees: $80 per person plus additional $20 if playing in both leagues. No charge for student curlers.

Bonspiel Dates

Men’s – Jan. 9 to 14, 2012 Mixed – Feb. 21 to 25, 2012

JIGGS DINNER An East Coast Night featuring traditional foods and music SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19 Advance Tickets – $16.95 Call 780-672-5007

Steak Sandwich $


Wednesday to Sunday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. (or later!)

Christmas Party? The Augustana Choir offers Quartets, Octets, Mixed or Treble Ensembles for Hire for your carolling needs! Wh W heth ther it b be a sttaff ff Ch hriistmas t paarty or a home gathering – treat you urself to carolling by members off Thee Augustana Choir or give the gifft ft of m o mus usic us ic tto o so some meon me onee yo on y u lo love ve.. ve For booking and rate information, please call Jocelyn at 780-781-7815 or email Andrea –

Till 2 p.m. every day! New Winter Hours :

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Located in the Clubhouse at Camrose Golf Course – 780-672-5007

Dennis Struk is proud of h is collection of o ld music star autographed photographs. By Murray Green

Dennis Struk started playing in a ba nd when he was 12 years old. Since then, the music fan has collected photos of famous musicians. "I started collecting the photos of all the bands and people I played with or was on the same stage with. Then it expanded from there," said Dennis, who now lives in the New Sarepta area. He shared some of his Hank Snow photos, most of them autographed, with his son Jimmie Snow, who recently played at the Bailey Theatre. "I have a picture of Jimmie when he was 17 years old. He verified that the autographs are authentic," said an excited Dennis. "I a lso have my band's first advertisement in the newspaper. We were called the Lincolns, in 1963. I even played one of Hank Snow's songs in the band." Dennis loved touring and playing country music. "I went to Calgary when I was 18 and started collecting pictures throughout my travels. I've been at it for more than 40 years. I h ave about 130 autographed photos. My entire collection takes up most of my daughter's garage and I have a motor home full. My favourite musician was the late Hank Williams. I have two books signed by his wife and family, including Hank Williams Jr. The books came out just after his passing." Other photos include Johnny Cash, Ronnie Prophet and June Carter Cash. He also has programs and tour information he often shares with people interested in music history. "The good part about this is that 40 years later I can match the names with faces of how they once looked when I se e them. I can't go by looks anymore because they have changed so much." Now Dennis is a o ne-man show featuring his guitar and vocals at local venues. He was often called upon to be a member of a l ead singer's back-up band during his hey day. The Hank Snow Museum in Liverpool, Nova Scotia, has inquired about Dennis, with an idea of borrowing some of his photos to fill a display. For more information on the historic photos phone 780-941-3502.

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It’s Christmas ” Time in the City “

Linda Cherry presented Alberta Works' Employer of C hoice Award to Camrose Association for Community Living executive director Esther McDonald at the Camrose Small Business Awards banquet October 19.

Camrose Association named Employer of Choice By Dan Jensen

Alberta Works' Employer of Choice Award was presented to Camrose Association for Community Living at the Camrose Chamber of Commerce's 27th annual Small Business Awards banquet Oct. 19. "Dedicated to providing the best possible service to vulnerable citizens in our community, CAFCL truly cares about its employees personally and professionally," stated the award nominator. "Their value statements speak to the importance of respect and dignity to not only staff, but in all ways they conduct business. CAFCL offers a v ariety of education opportunities on a regular basis to assist employees gain the skills necessary to work with their clients. "Their vision," said the nominator, "is that each person is an accepted and participating community member. "This focus and vision is extended through to the employees as well." The other nominee for the Employer of Choice Award was Business IQ training, owned and operated by Lisa Rohr. The Employer of Choice Award was created to acknowledge those employers that create great workplaces in the community. "These employers recognize the value of their greatest resource: their employees," said an award description. "They provide a p ositive workplace culture by treating their employees with respect and recognizing the contribution they make to the overall well-being of the business or organization. Their employees are given opportunities to grow and develop professionally and have opportunities for advancement. Employees are empowered, feel appreciated and perform to the best of their ability, which improves productivity and therefore the bottom line. Employers that listen to their staff and maximize their potential resource that retaining good employees makes good business sense."

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November 25, 26 and 27 Camrose Regional Exhibition

Hauser Home Hardware presents… Friday – 12 noon to 9 p.m. Battle River Implements presents… Saturday – 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Evraz Camrose Works presents… Sunday – 12 noon to 5 p.m. Electro Tel presents… Festival Entertainment Stage

FESTIVAL OF TREES featuring: • Live Entertainment Daily • Children’s World • Sponsor Trees • Competition Trees • Gingerbread Houses • Santa • Castle Shoppe • Thistle Hill Petting Zoo – Petting Zoo Hours: Friday, 1 to 8 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Sunday, 12 noon to 5 p.m.


Camrose Chrysler

Age 13 and up: $6/person Age 4 to 12: $3/person Age 3 and under: FREE


Teddy Bear Disco

If you bring a non-perishable food item or cash donation (which will be donated to Camrose and District Food Bank), you will receive $1 off your admission. Maximum of $1 off each admission.

Wednesday, Nov. 23, 6 to 8 p.m.

CRE Concession will be serving Turkey Dinners on Friday starting at 4 p.m. and Saturday starting at 12 noon

For ages 12 and under Must be accompanied by a parent Tickets at the door – $5/person If you bring a non-perishable food item or cash donation for Camrose and District Food Bank, you will receive $1 off your admission. Maximum $1 off each admission.

NEW! Plan to Attend! Central Agencies Inc. presents

Unwrap the Magic Camrose Arts Society


Spirits of Christmas Craft Sale & Trade Show

Thursday, Nov. 24, 6 to 9 p.m.


Featuring numerous vendors and products for Christmas shopping throughout the Festival weekend

$25 per person – Semi-formal dress Advance Tickets only until November 14 Tickets available at the CRE Administration Office Features: • Wine Bar and Tasting • Beautifully Decorated Trees • Gourmet Appetizers and Hors D’oeuvres Stations • Entertainment • Silent and Live Auctions It’s your sneak peek at 2011 Festival of Trees Come … Unwrap the Magic!

Visit and follow the link to our Festival of Trees page or phone 780.672.3640 for details Camrose & District Thrift Shop

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Jeannette McDonald's art work to be featured


By Jane Cherry-Lemire Art director, City of Camrose

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The Chuck MacLean Arts Centre is proud to feature a retrospective art show of Jeannette McDonald for the month of November. Jeannette has been painting since the 1960s and has tried a variety of mediums from oils to watercolour to china painting to coloured pencil. A regular theme in her art is f lowers and landscapes but she has also depicted a wide variety of other subjects as well. Jeannette is very concerned with light in her paintings and has been very successful at capturing it in the folds of fabric and the ripples of water. A member of the Mirror Lake Art Club since 1967 Jeannette appreciates the encouragement she has received over the years and has found the exercise of pulling samples together for this show interesting. This retrospective shows what hard work and patience can do. Although this writer quite enjoys her earlier work for its loose quality, one can see a change in style that is wonderful. She has obviously learned from the various classes she has taken and the experience she has gained. When talking to her about her earlier pieces compared to the present pieces she emphasizes that it did not happen overnight but if you stick with it painting is very rewarding. For more information on this show call 780-672-9949.

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Wetaskiwin-Camrose Progressive Conservative Association Notice of Nomination Meeting The Wetaskiwin-Camrose PC Association is seeking nominations for individuals interested in becoming the candidate to represent the constituency and the Progressive Conservative Association of Alberta in the next provincial election. The nomination period to obtain information, complete the nomination papers, and pay the nomination fee will commence November 8, 2011 and will close at noon on November 18, 2011. The nomination meeting (if necessary) will be held at 7:00 p.m. on November 28, 2011 at Camrose Knights of Columbus Hall, 6002-50 Avenue, Camrose, AB. Eligible voters require a valid 2011 PCAA membership card, must ordinarily reside within the boundaries of the constituency, be a Canadian citizen in good standing, be at least 16 years of age and have two (2) pieces of identification, at least one of which must be a photo identification. For boundaries of WetaskiwinCamrose, please visit Interested parties may obtain further information, sets of nomination papers and details of the nomination process from the Nomination Chairperson, Jason Heise, at 780.781.8300 or CAMROSE COMMUNITY HOME DIRECTORY 2011 - 2012

Celebrating 25 Years

Camrose Registry Ltd. 5613-48 Avenue, Camrose Phone (780)672-1671, Fax (780)672-1982 Alberta Registry Services • Vehicle Registration • Operator Services • Pro-Rate and Fleet Registrations • Out of Province Inspection Requests • Driver testing/Learners exams Personal Property Services • Lien Searches • Register Finance Statements • Register Writs of Enforcement • Register Garage Keepers Liens

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

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The CAMROSE BOOSTER November 8, 2011


The Camrose Booster, along with co-sponsors Panago Pizza and Grand Park Liquor Mart are back with

Fan of the Game Contest


v s. vs s. DRUMHELLER it’s on!

Who can serve more customers?




The O’Shea’s $7.00 lunch! Drumheller’s O’Shea’s is challenging Camrose! Choose from SEVEN LUNCH SELECTIONS for $7.00. Bonus: Pre-order your lunch for a free O’Shea’s Bread Pudding! Let’s go Camrose!

Photograph by Pro Sports Photography

Are you the Kodiaks fan featured in the photograph above? If so, call the Camrose Booster at 780-672-3142. You and your guest will sit in the Kodiaks Fan of the Game seats in the Encana arena this week! Your seats 4 and 6, Section S, Row 4 are the only two padded leather seats in the facility. Bonus: you’ll share your very own “snack and refreshment table”! During the game, you’ll enjoy food and drinks courtesy of these promotion co-sponsors:

LUNCH! 4706-73 Street, Camrose 780.679.0223

BONUS OPPORTUNITY TO WIN: A chance to win the “Fan of the Game Contest” even if you’re not a regular at the games. Seats for seven of the thirty home games will be awarded on a draw basis from entries deposited. Enter often. Fill out the entry form at:

6223B-48 Avenue, Camrose, AB


Pre-book your service and save 10% OFF if you book before the snow flies!

CALL 780.678.9629 TTwigs and Berries Contracting & Maintenance LLief Lurz, Owner • 780.678.9629 • 5018 54 Street


DISCOUNTS – BLOCK – GROUP – SENIORS – COMBINED SERVICES One 10-pack of buffalo wings, one small ham and pineapple pizza

Central Agencies Home of the Week

Attractively finished in Victoria Park

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Steve Frost By Murray Green

This great Victoria Park bungalow is completely finished up and down and all you have to do is move in. Forget about the stress of completing renovations before you do. This beautiful four-bedroom 1,110 square foot home is on a well landscaped, fenced lot and is close to the golf course and shopping amenities. The bright living room offers a cheery spot for relaxing or visiting with guests. It leads to a large, gorgeous kitchen with attractive oak cabinets. There is extra storage space and plenty of counter top room to prepare meals. A handy dining area overlooks the deck and backyard. A good-sized closet in the

large master bedroom and a three-piece en suite with a shower make this room appealing. Two more bedrooms and a main four-piece bathroom are also on the first level. The finished basement contains a s pacious rumpus room with a beautiful wood-burning stove. It is the ideal place for your family to spend quality time. Another bedroom, a t hree-piece bathroom and plenty of storage area complete the basement. Currently the laundry area is located on the main level, however, plumbing for it is also available in the downstairs bathroom, to give the new owners two options for the best location. The attractive deck, with gas access for barbecuing, offers

a great view of the back yard, which includes a d etached double garage. The garage is w ired for 220 volts, is insulated and is heated. Included with the purchase are a fridge, dryer, built-in dishwasher, jetted tub, built-in vacuum, ceiling fans, garage door opener with two controls and window coverings. An open house will be held for this impressive 6503-54 Avenue home on Saturday, Nov. 12, from 2 to 4 p.m. It is attractively priced to sell at $279,000. If you are unable to attend the open house for a viewing, contact Steve Frost at: Central Agencies Inc. 4870-51 Street, Camrose 780-672-4495 or 780-679-6550 cell

The CAMROSE BOOSTER November 8, 2011


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

Show Home Open Houses Wed., Nov. 9, 2-4 p.m. 2401-57 Street, Valleyview

QUALITY BUILT HOME IN VALLEYVIEW ... features beautiful cabinetry, granite countertops, corner pantry, hardwood/tile flooring, triple car garage. Asking $369,900 CA308843

OPEN HOUSES Thur., Nov. 10, 2-4 p.m. 3903-57 Street

1656 SQ. FT. BUNGALOW ... w/5 bdrm., 3 baths, double attached garage, mature treed yard, gas FP and more. Spacious rooms great for entertaining, growing families. Close to schools, Edgeworth Centre and walking trails. You can’t beat the square feet for this price! Asking $329,000 CA317785

Thur., Nov. 10, 2-4 p.m. 5810-54 Avenue

V E R Y AT T R A C T I V E 1320 SQ. FT. OPEN FLOOR PLAN BUNGALOW ... c/w lots of windows, 9’ ceilings, a/c, arches, hardwood floor, nice kitchen w/dark oak cabinets, granite counter tops plus all appl. 22’x24’ garage w/appealing curved driveway. Asking $324,900 CA317650

Thur., Nov. 10, 3-5 p.m. 6804-42 Avenue Crescent

IMMACULATE – VE RY IMPRESSIVE – Q UIET CRESCENT – P RIVATE YARD ... 1736 sq. ft. bungalow plus fin. lower level. Lge. foyer, sunken LR, lge. formal DR (hardwood), lge. family kitchen overlooking family room (hardwood), FP. MF laundry. 5 lge. bdrm., 3 baths. Lge. covered deck. Lge. private treed, fenced yard. RV parking. Oversized garage. Move in for Christmas and enjoy! CA319712 Asking $364,900

Sat., Nov. 12, 1-3 p.m. 7501-40 Avenue

5-BDRM. HOME ... in newer development close to parks. Hardwood floors, double attached garage, central vac, south facing yard. Great family floorplan with spacious living and dining areas. 3 bdrm. up, 2 down, fully fin. bsmt. Vendor would consider buying your older home in a trade! Asking $319,900 CA318596

Sat., Nov. 12, 2-4 p.m. 6503-54 Avenue

GREAT FAMILY BUNGALOW IN VICTORIA PARK ... completely finished up and down w/3 bdrm. up, one down. Lots of upgrades over past 3 years. Double detached htd. garage at rear. Definitely a must see home! Asking $279,000 CA319270

Sat., Nov. 12, 2-4 p.m. 5609-28 Avenue

BEAUTIFUL BI-LEVEL IN VALLEYVIEW! ... Wow! Impressive and quality built. Features beautiful open staircase, 11’ ceilings, bright windows, excellent kitchen cabinetry, huge island, awesome dinette, cozy FP in great room, spacious master, en suite. Exc. bsmt., 9’ ceilings, cozy in-floor heating, large family/media room. Huge triple htd. garage, heated workshop, RV parking. Awesome yard and more! Just move in! Asking $457,700 CA319890


16.48 ACRES ... 5 km east of Holden just off Hwy.14. Peaceful setting, great spot to build. Water line, gas line run through property. Now asking $120,000 CA293010


IMPRESSIVE OFFICE SPACE ... very well planned. Four offices, reception area, conference/board room, bathroom and storage. Excellent location to post office and Bank of Montreal. CA313119 EXCELLENT OFFICE OR B U S I N ES S LOCATION! ... Very nicely dev. 2100 sq. ft. bay with a/c. Exc. parking, independent utilities and quick possession. Call now for details. $2,100/mo. CA315173

Wed., Nov. 9, 2-4 p.m. 3307-52 Street, Creekview

EXC ITI NG NEW DESIGN FROM ZETSEN M A S T E R BUILDERS... 1555 sq. ft. TwoHOM E! storey featuring 20’x24’ garage, N EW SHOW vaulted ceilings in master bedroom, upstairs laundry, large entryway and spacious living space. Call today and put your touch on it. Asking $339,900 CA316641


NEW NORWAY ... This 3-bdrm. mobile home built in 2002 could be yours. Master bdrm. c/w 4-pce. en suite, laminate flooring in LR, good size kitchen. Attractive, clean yard c/w gravelled sitting area, firepit and sheds. Asking $94,900 CA318812 BASHAW – BEAUTIFULLY FINISHED 1560 SQ. FT. ... 4 bdrm. 4-level split. Hardwood floors, open concept, 26’x40’ gar., tons of storage. Within 10 min. to beach at Buffalo Lake. Half hour to Camrose, Ponoka or Stettler. Now asking $289,500 CA319869 NEW NORWAY – SPACIOUS, NEAT, BRIGHT, AF F O R DAB LE ... 1300 sq. ft. 4-bdrm. fin. up and down. Upgrades incl. alder cupboards, laminate flooring, main bath redone, new hi-E furnace. Fenced yard, 2-car garage. Great place to raise a family. Close to playground, school. Be sure to view! CA308146 Now asking $189,500 HEISLER ... exc. location in picturesque small town. 10 min. to Daysland. Well maintained 4-bdrm. bungalow, 3 baths, double gar. large landscaped lot. A home for family enjoyment. Asking $179,900 CA316500 N E W N O R WAY 1248 SQ. FT. 3-BDRM. HOME ... well taken care of. New laminate flooring, paint, vinyl windows, vaulted ceiling, corner wood FP, MF laundry, master with 2-pc. en suite, 24’x40’ gar. Shed, appl. also incl. CA310981 Asking $185,000 HAY LAKES ... exceptional quality in this fully developed home! Spacious entry, vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors. Gorgeous kitchen with custom cabinets. Functional bonus room over garage. CA309562 Now asking $394,500


FOUR INDIVIDUALLY TITLED AND SERVICED TOWNHOUSE LOTS OVERLOOKING PARK! ... It’s a great location for your next project. Call now for all the details! Asking $215,000 CA298468 TWO CUL-DE SAC LOTS IN CREEKVIEW SUBDIVISION ... a great place for your new home or project. Close to park, walking trails and valley. Architectural controls apply. Ask $77,000 – CA311394 $85,900 – CA303320 MULTI-FAMILY LOT NOW AVAILABLE We offer one 2.5 acre parcel CA298482

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!


BAWLF – 1/2 S E C T I O N WITH GOOD BUILDINGS ... and shelter belt. 3-bdrm. bungalow with some upgrades, double garage, 6 steel bins. Good grain producing area! Now ask $579,000 CA301458 138.9 ACRES – ON PAVEMENT ... frontage on both Hwy 26 and Hwy 854 intersection. Grazing quarter fenced andUcross CE D!fenced. Hwy access for REDonly yard site. Now $129,900 CA299159 GREAT HOBBY FARM, WITH A PRIVATE SETTING! ... 160 acres only 10 min. from Camrose and 3/4 mile from pvmt. Superb yardsite w/good bldg., great for equip., trucks, animals. Spacious 1980 sq. ft. character home, 24’x48’ garage/ hobby shop, 28’x32’ barn w/loft, 60’x60’ quonset, 16’x39’ cattle shelter, granaries, storage bldg. and more. A private getaway w/lots of potential! Call now to view. Asking $489,700 CA318581 ENJOY THE PEACE AND QUIET ... of this 1239 sq. ft. home nestled 1/2 mile down a dead end road w/160 acres of land. 4 bdrm., large master, stone facing, wood FP. Hardwood floors, bright DR w/ garden doors that lead to south-facing 2-tiered deck. 48’x96’ steel storage shed, 30’x50’ shelter, two grain bins, other outbuildings. Too much to note. Call today! Asking $460,000 CA319891

Beautiful Valleyview Bungalows by Battle River Homes! HOME FEATURES:

1585 sq. ft. 3 bedrooms 24’x26’ garage Asking $424,162 CA315253

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Covered front veranda 9’ and coffered ceilings Hardwood flooring Cozy fireplace Lovely maple cabinets Granite Large island and pantry Superb main floor laundry In’floor basement heating Covered deck FINISHED WITH ELEGANCE!

1678 sq. ft. 2 storey, 3 bedrooms 22’x24’ garage Asking $349,162 CA318660

CAMROSE HOMES UNDER $300,000 C O Z Y BUNGALOW, CUL-DE-SAC LOCATION ... great senior or starter property! Features easy access front and rear entries w/home all on one level. Spacious country kitchen, LR, 2 bdrm., bathroom, MF laundry. Private treed yard w/deck, shrubs, flower beds, sheds, 12’x24’ garage, HE furnace. You’ll want to view this one! CA319692 Asking $173,900 C LO S E TO DOWNTOWN AND AUGUSTANA ... Newly restored hardwood floors, kitchen upgrades, bright open plan, double garage w/RV parking. Smart choice whether you’re looking for a rental property, a place to run your business or a character home with charm and upgrades. CA317916 Now asking $234,900 NEWER BI-LEVEL, SPACIOUS YARD! ... Looking for a newer home? Take a look at this five-year-old family home. Features bright open floor plan, vaulted ceilings, front covered veranda. Great kitchen breakfast bar, walk-in pantry, east-facing deck. Spacious dinette, LR and master bdrm. Bsmt. has lots of bright windows and is open for your dev. Generous yard, alley access, by a playground! CA319507 Asking $229,900 SUPERB BUNGALOW, BACKING ONTO GREEN AREA! ... This is a cozy, solid family bungalow, w/lots to offer! Lovely kitchen, spacious LR, dinette w/garden doors to private covered deck, 3 baths, huge family/games rm. Awesome yard, apple trees, garden boxes, private courtyard, 24’x28’ htd. garage, RV pad, alley access. You’ll want to SEE this one! Ask $257,900 CA318400 SOLI D HOM E WITH TONS OF CHARACTER ... and an emphasis on outdoor living. Beautiful hardwood floors, generous windows, storage nooks, skylights, fin. bsmt., open kitchen w/newer cabinets, plenty of storage space. Low maint. yard w/aggregate patio, amazing upright firepit. Great rental or starter home. Asking $240,000 CA317945 V E R Y IMPRESSIVE, IMPERIAL VILLAS ... enjoy the worry-free condominium lifestyle, and the new lower prices. You’ll be proud to call this home in a great central location. Be sure to view so you can appreciate the quality and details. Built energy efficient. Price incl. $3500 appl. allow. CA315312 New lower prices starting at $224,900 incl. GST HANDYMAN SPECIAL ... large lot 40’x150’. Could develop bungalow w/secondary suite or possible duplex. Asking $89,500 CA318006 FAMILY BUNGALOW, BACKING ONTO PARK ... spacious 1388 sq. ft. plan w/attractive foyer, easy keep tile and laminate flooring, dandy kitchen, spacious LR and DR. 4 bdrm., 3 baths and huge family/games room in dev. bsmt. 24’x26’ gar., alley access, tiered decking overlooks park! Now asking $279,500 CA314711 COMFORTABLE AND COZY ... 3-bdrm. home close to parks, schools and downtown. Recent upgrades include paint, shingles and sidewalks. Spacious plan w/large yard, great deck. Solid starter or investment property. CA319135 Asking $158,000 BRIGHT AND C H E E R Y BUNGALOW ... Situated on a beautiful tree-lined street close to Mirror Lake trails! There are 3 bedrooms upstairs, one that is currently being used for convenient main floor laundry. Finished basement. Beautifully landscaped both front and back. Double detached garage and RV parking. Come and take a look. Now asking $253,000 CA316597 E XC E P TI O NAL 3 - B D R M . CONDO – G REAT LIFESTYLE! ... Exciting open floor plan features vaulted and 9’ ceilings w/lots of bright windows. It’s perfect for visiting and entertaining! Spacious kitchen, island, pantry, large LR, MF laundry, appliances. Deck, private entrance and more! Quality built. Excellent value! CA319783 Asking $179,500 EXCELLENT STARTER HOME BUILT IN 2005 ... 2 bdrm. up w/spacious kitchen, dining and living area. REDUCE D! Newly built south-facing deck – great size for entertaining. Bsmt. has been recently done too. 1 bdrm., 3-pce. bath, utility room, nook. Bsmt. has potential for 4th bdrm. Well-kept one-owner home w/quick possession possible! Asking $252,500 CA317550 I M PE R IAL V I L L A S CONDOMINIUM … Superb central location; worry SIVE free lifestyle; ES PR IM RY VE open spacious design; 9’ ceilings; quality construction; built energy efficient; price includes $3500 appliance allowance. Immed. possession. Prices starting at $224,900 CA289045


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

CUSTOM BUILT B I - L E V E L ACROSS FROM PARK, CENTURY MEADOWS! ... AL PRIC E! bright open floor EXCE PTION plan w/gorgeous open staircase, vaulted ceilings, beautiful hardwood floors, arches, columns. Superb kitchen, granite countertops, lovely LR, amazing master bdrm., spacious laundry. Awesome millennium deck, 22’x24’ garage and more. You’ll love it! CA312712 Only $389,900 IMPRESSIVE FLOOR PLAN! ... Bright family kitchen w/ centre island, corner pantry, plenty of counter space. Vaulted ceiling, open staircase, covered deck. Coved ceiling in master bdrm. plus 4-pce. en suite, walk-in closet. 2 large bdrm., 4-pce. bath on MF. Fin. family room in bsmt. w/bright bi-level windows. Act today and have a choice on colours/finishes. CA318049 Asking $354,900 1905 SQ. FT. IN VALLEY VI EW! ... Kitchen showcases maple cabinets, corner pantry, island sink and lrg. dining space w/big bright windows. Spacious bonus room above gar. w/many possibilities. Other features incl. gas FP, vinyl fencing, two stamped concrete patios, cov. deck, balcony off master bdrm. RV parking, 24’x26’ htd. gar. CA315795 Now asking $383,900 BEAUTIFUL 1-1/2 STOREY FAMILY HOME IN PARKRIDGE ESTATES ... REDUCE D! Premier location w/ valley views, walking trails, schools close by. Impressive quality throughout! Beautiful foyer, staircase, display ledges, arches, vaulted ceilings, hardwood flooring, exceptional window pkg. Exc. kitchen pkg., lots of cabinetry. You’ll love the LR and DR, the views, the cozy 3-sided FP. Superb master, awesome en suite. Large family/media room, games/library room. 24’x25’ garage and more! Just move in! Asking $435,900 CA319593 WOW! BEAUTIFUL FR ESH N EW PAINT! EXCELLENT E! V A L L E Y V I EW IC PR N EW BUNGALOW CLOSE TO PARKS AND TRAILS! ... Quality and custom built with beautiful open floor plan, vaulted ceilings, alcoves, columns and display ledges! Exceptional kitchen, granite, NU-Heat tiling, soothing air tub, cozy 3-sided FP, MF laundry. RV option, vinyl fencing and more! Now only $409,900 CA310539 EXC E LLE NT M U LTI-LEVE L, S O UTH WEST MEADOWS ... Lovely open floor plan with vaulted ceilings. Bsmt. completely fin. as well. Triple attached garage. Be sure to view this wonderful home! Asking $374,900 CA314147 LOCATION – CENTRAL ... 3-bdrm. bi-level, lower family room w/ FP. Extra storage. Close to schools, recreation. 2-car garage. Quality home for a quality family. Only $318,000 CA317015 BEAUTIFUL FAMILY MULTILEVEL, DESIRED C U L-DE-SAC LOCATION ... Huge yard close to schools. Spacious, open design with beautiful hardwood staircase, hardwood flooring, wainscoting, feature walls. Awesome kitchen, spacious LR, large DR, huge family/games room, large rec room and MF laundry. Huge tiered deck, hot tub, private courtyard, 22’x24’ htd. garage. A must see! Asking $347,900 CA318543 EXC E PTIONAL 2-STOREY IN CREEKSIDE! ... features beautiful N EW PRIC E! open staircase w/ oak and iron railings, tile and hardwood flooring, lovely kitchen cabinetry, granite, formal DR, cozy gas FP, superb en suite, MF laundry, 4 baths, dev. bsmt. Great yard, fenced, alley access, more! You’ll have to see it! Now only $379,500 CA314308 EXCEPTIONAL BUNGALOW – C LOSE TO PARKS AND SCHOOLS! ... Exc. kitchen w/beautiful oak cabinetry, spacious dinette w/garden door to covered deck, lovely LR w/cozy FP and MF laundry. Exc. bsmt. dev. w/large family room, media/games room. Great treed yard, covered deck, RV option and attached 23’x24’ htd. garage. It’s all done. Just move in! CA318701 Asking $382,900 IMMACULATE F A M I L Y BUNGALOW CLOSE TO PARK AND PLAYGROUND ... RV parking, new shingles, large open kitchen, vaulted ceilings, 2 dining spaces, French doors to mast. bdrm. Well kept, manicured mature yard w/large trees. Located at opening of culde-sac. Now asking $323,500 CA314757


SEDGEWICK – EXC. INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY ... 77.59 acres, corner location, fronting onto Hwys 13, 869. Phone for more details. CA298363 THREE BUSINESS VENTURES IN ONE PACKAGE – O HATON ... Former Auto Shoppe location, 3970 sq. ft. shop w/ sep. work bays, 12’x14’ and 12’x12’ OH doors, exhaust fan, new furnace, 220 plugs plus 39’x99’ outdoor compound. 3244 sq. ft. of 10 mini-storage bays w/7’x8’ OH doors – great to bring in rental income. Also features 1048 sq. ft., 4-bdrm. home w/many recent upgrades. Exc. opportunity to set up your business, use the storage or bring in rental income and have a place to call home! CA316235 Asking $395,000 DON’T MISS OUT ON THIS EXCELLENT O P P O RT U N I T Y TO BUY THIS ... multi-use main floor presently used for retail and electronic repairs with overhead door. Upper level rented to a long term tenant. Very clean, well-maintained. New roof 2005. New price, only ask $214,500 CA309676

EXC E PTIONAL B U S I N E S S OPPORTUNITY – R EC R EATI O NAL/ R E S O R T PROPERTY! ... Wow! An impressive 45.52 acre parcel w/ beautiful, peaceful country setting. Facilities incl. Rosebush Craft & Tea House, Heritage Home B&B, 9 hole pitch and putt golf course, main residence, RV camping sites, dandy 30’x43’ htd. workshop, 32’x48’ shed, 40’x70’ quonset. Exc. site plan, beautiful landscaped setting. You’ll want to explore this exciting opportunity! You have to see it! Now asking $679,900 CA315880 GREAT OFFICE SPACE – G REAT LOCATION ... close to post office. Presently occupied by accounting firm. Avail. Nov. 1/ll. Phone for more info. CA317234 Call us for your free market evaluation!


HOMES OVER $300,000

GREAT HOME – WEST END LOCATION ... close to golf course, shopping malls, playground and Mirror Lake walking paths. Very neat 4-bdrm. Very nice oak cupboards. Patio doors to superb 10’x22’ covered deck. Newly redecorated main floor. Brand new hi-e furnace. Fenced yard, RV parking, 24’x24’ htd. garage. Imm. possess. Now only ask $234,900 CA317971 BEAUTIFUL 1915, 2197 SQ. FT. 5-BDRM., 3 BATH HOME ... located on large mature corner lot close to Mirror Lake walking trails, downtown. You’ll enjoy the ample amount of space this home has to offer incl. additional 2-bdrm. suite w/separate entrance in bsmt. Property is also zoned R3. CA310601 Asking $269,000 WELL-KEPT HALF DUPLEX IN STONEY CREEK MEADOWS ADULT COMMUNITY REDUCE D! ... extended deck w/ beautiful views backing onto the Creek. Double attached garage, spacious rooms, MF laundry, oak cabinets, central vac, central vac, gas FP, fin. bsmt. No condo fees! A quiet location perfect for retirees. Now asking $279,900 CA316945 EXCEPTIONAL UPGRADED, HIGHVALUE ... 4-bdrm. bungalow, 2-car garage, ! D carport, RV parking. CE U RED 3-season sunroom, many extras such as oak and cork flooring, window upgrades, two hi-eff. furnaces, loads of cupboards/storage. CA317069 Only asking $273,000 EXCELLENT FAMILY BUNGALOW, SUPERB LOCATION ... you’ll be impressed by this beautiful home, spacious open E! IC PR floor plan, quiet cul-de-sac G REAT location. Features lovely kitchen, bright dinette, spacious great room. Dev. bsmt. w/family room, laundry room, large storage room. With 4 bdrm., 2 baths, it’s a great opportunity for the younger family or the empty nester. Alley access, RV parking + more! Now ask $249,700 CA317755 E X C E L L E N T BI-LEVEL, CLOSE TO CITY CENTRE! ... Beautifully, extensively upgraded. You’ll love the central location, close to schools. Beautiful bamboo flooring, trims, crown mouldings. Spacious country kitchen, beautiful oak cabinetry, bright dinette, lovely LR, 3 baths, huge family/games rm., media rm. Private treed yard, fenced, alley access, zoned R3. Quick possession! A must see! CA317935 Asking $269,500 CLOSE TO PARKS AND WALKING TRAILS! ... Cozy bunG!galow w/convenient IN ST LI EW N west central location. Featuring upgraded flooring, hardwood floors in bdrm. Country kitchen, 3 bdrm., dev. bsmt. w/large family/games rm. Mature treed yard, 14’x24’ garage. New HE furnace. Great starter or investment property. Come take a look! Asking $168,900 CA318284 R E M A R K A B LY SPACIOUS 4-BDRM. BUNGALOW ... on REDUCE D! large mature lot close to schools, restaurants. New windows, flooring, paint. Great outdoor space w/deck, stamped concrete pad, tons of RV parking! Mother-in-law suite too! A solid home w/upgrades that you’re sure to love. Imm. poss. Asking $239,000 CA318517 B EAUTI F U LLY R E N O V AT E D B U N G A L O W, DESIRED AREA ... Close to west end amenities and Mirror Lake! Solid family bungalow, upgrades throughout. Exc. kitchen w/ new maple cabinetry, bright dinette w/built-in china display, lovely spacious LR w/crown moldings, open arch. Nicely dev. bsmt. w/large family/ games room. Private treed yard, fenced, courtyard, garage, parking pad, alley access, lots more! You’ll want to see this one! CA319709 Asking $253,900 CENTRAL LOCATION ... 2-bdrm. bungalow on large lot. Starter home or investment property. Vinyl siding, metal roof, ! D 2-car garage. CA318105 REDUCE Now asking $122,000 SOLID BI-LEVEL WITH MUCH TO OFFER! ... New flooring upstairs, G! N EW LI STIN open kitchen/dining. Double garage, RV capabilities, mature trees, enclosed deck. Clean, well taken of and ready for you. Quick possession available! Most furniture negotiable too! CA319724 COMFORTABLE AND AFFORDABLE LIVING ... all new windows, 2 lge. decks, oversized parking area, completely reno’ed 4-pce. bath w/new tub, toilet, vanity, flooring. Best of all – NO LOT RENT! Immediate possession. Asking $69,900 CA318288





We will be closed on Friday, November 11 – Remembrance Day – Lest we forget EXC E PTIONAL B I - L E V E L , CREEKSIDE! ... You’ll be impressed by this beautiful, immaculate home and its bright open plan. Featuring spacious entry, display ledges, vaulted ceiling. Lovely country kitchen, bright dinette w/patio doors to covered deck, cozy gas FP in spacious LR. Large master, walk-in closet, en suite. 3 baths, jetted tub, laundry room. Cozy ICF block bsmt. Beautiful landscaped yard, fenced, 24’x24’ garage, alley access and more! Asking $317,900 CA318101 EXCEPTIONAL TW0STOREY FLOORPLAN... Open Concept main floor living space with large dining space and great kitchen. Bonus room above the garage with many possibilities. 4pc en suite in Master Bdrm with separate shower and soaker tub. Still time to make some choices – call today. Asking $359,900 CA316638 MULTI-LEVEL FLOOR PLAN – V ALLEYVIEW CUL-DE-SAC ... Beautiful kitchen w/corner pantry, plenty of cabinets, countertop plus centre island. Triple car garage, large pie-shaped lot, MF laundry make this a great family home with space to grow. Master bdrm. has 4-pce. en suite, large walk-in closet, tray-cove ceiling. Still time to pick your colours/finishes if you call today! CA318050 Asking $399,900 W E L L MAINTAINED 1370 SQ. FT. BU NGALOW ! D CE ... with REDU attached 2-car garage. Oak kitchen cabinets, bay window w/eating area. Vaulted ceiling over spacious LR and dining area. Large master w/3-pce. ensuite. MF laundry. Fin. bsmt. w/large rec room plus 2-bdrm., 3pce. bath. A/C, central vac. New shingles. Enclosed patio, 2nd garage, 18’x21’6”. Underground sprinkler system. Pleasure to show. Now asking $369,900 CA316291 1727 SQ. FT. 2-STOREY ... fully finished 4-bdrm. home located in Southwest REDUCE D! Meadows! Front covered deck, lovely staircase leading upstairs, large master, workable kitchen w/maple cabinets, corner pantry. Gas FP, A/C, oversized garage, great back yard w/large deck to entertain. CA317555 Asking $399,900 IMPRESSIVE PARK RIDGE E S T A T E S BUNGALOW – GREAT YARD! ... Premer location w/valley, walking trails and school close by. Exc. family home featuring bright open plan, superb kitchen w/ lots of maple cabinetry, exc. dinette, spacious LR, 2 cozy gas FP, en suite, 5 bdrm., MF laundry option. Exc. bsmt. dev. w/huge family/games room. Very nicely landscaped yard, large deck, hot tub, underground sprinklers, 22’x24 htd. garage, RV parking, lots more! Just move in! CA319833 Asking $419,900 EXCEPTIONAL HOME – PARK SETTING ... impressive custom built home w/great G! N EW LI STIN location, awesome yard. Upgrades galore! Exceptional kitchen inviting dinette, attractive LR. Superb family room w/ garden doors to covered courtyard. 24’x24’ garage and a lot more! A must see! CA319196 Asking $349,900


IMPRESSIVE ELEGANCE ... a gracious foyer welcomes you to this prestigious 3215 sq. ft., 2-storey. Awesome floor plan. Recent upgrades are stunning. Located in quiet crescent. Must definitely be seen to be appreciated! You won’t want to leave. Phone for an appt. to view. CA316841 Now asking $699,000 YOU WILL BE IMPRESSED ... by this immaculately kept bungalow! Bright and spacious open floor plan, beautiful hardwood floors, fin. bsmt. Situated on large lot, with quiet and tranquil view. A must see! Asking $384,900 CA314583 NEW DESIGN... 1504 sq ft Two-Storey with bonus room upstairs plus 3 bedrooms. Vaulted ceiling in Master Bedroom with 4pc en suite and walk-in closet. Great living space for growing families. Call today and have a chance to pick your colors/finishes. Asking $337,900 CA316639

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GREAT POTENTIAL WITH THIS 3-BEDROOM STARTER HOME... in quiet location on oversized 60’ x 150’ lot. Upstairs has new kitchen, updated 4 piece bath, ceramic tile and recently painted, upgraded windows. Asking $184,500. For more details, call Cory. (R1365)

GREAT LOCATION... You will love this one. This home has been very well looked after and has 4 bedrooms and 3 full baths, with sunroom off dining area. Basement is fully finished with underfloor heat, 2 bedrooms and 4 piece bath plus large rec roon and utility room. Yard is tastefully landscaped with large storage shed and all fenced. Double heated garage with 220 wiring. Call Rick for details. Price $389,000 (R1362)

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FANTASTIC LOCATION... 2 bedroom, 2 bath adult condo. Conveniently located within walking distance to shopping, medical clinic, entertainement and other amenities. Sun room, patio deck, en suite laundry, handy single attached garage with plenty of storage room. Lovely common area with kitchen, fireplace, games tables and more. Must be seen to be appreciated. Asking $249,500. Call Cory for details. (R1360)

GOOD RENTAL OR STARTER PROPERTY... on 2 lots zoned for multi-family use. Extra lot has city services already paid for. Great opportunity for future investment. Priced at $194,000. Call Trudi for details. (R1358)

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


GREAT REVENUE PROPERTY IN COLLEGE AREA... This 1200 sq. ft. bungalow has a rented 1 bedroom, 1 bath suite in the basement. The upstairs has 2 bedrooms and 2 baths. Shared laundry. Double garage. RV parking. Priced $269,000. Call Trudi. (R1342)

GREAT VALUE HERE... Newer 3-bedroom bi-level, great floor plan, developed basement with rec room, bedroom, bath, great deck area, frenced. Asking $252,500. Call Dale for more details. (R1353)

EXCELLENT FAMILY BUNGALOW... with many recent upgrades and revenue suite in basement. Newer 9 appliances included in price. Double heated garage, large fenced yard located in the college area. Move in condition. Priced at $299,900. Call Trudi for details. (R1364) QUALITY BUILT SHADOW RIDGE HOME... 1318 sq. ft., 3-bedroom, 3-bath, 2 storey located in West Park. Fully fenced back yard with deck, RV parking area. Basement is poly and insulated with some drywall completed. For more details, call Cory. Asking $259,400. (R1337)

NEW NORWAY... This well designed home has 3 bedrooms and 3 baths and has had many upgrades including total kitchen makeover, flooring, plus doors and some windows. The basement has a large rec room with wet bar, fireplace, office, laundry and 3 pc. bath. Double heated garage completely finished inside with 220 amp. power plus RV parking west side of property. This home is a must see! Priced at $290,000. Call Rick for details. (RO887)

LOTS TO OFFER... This well built 3-bedroom bungalow is located in a downtown area, close to two schools, recently painted, developed basement with rec room, wood stove, bedroom and bath, covered patio, greenhouse, 22’ x 24‘ garage. Must be viewed. Asking $219,000. Call Dale for details. (R1330)

GREAT STARTER HOME IN DAYSLAND... Well maintained 1051 sq/ft mobile with 2 bedrooms, large living area, 4 appliances included, pellet stove and upgraded windows/doors. Handy entrance addition, attached double heated garage and paved drive. The shingles are about 5 years old. All backing onto a beautiful park area. MLS#CA318625. Listed at $86,900. Call Trevor for details. (RO912)


A SUPER SIZE YARD... Cul-de-sac location, 1400 sq/ft, finished on both levels, 2 patios, gazebo, many extras. Must be viewed to be appreciated. Asking $429,500. Call Dale for details. (R1356)

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TILLICUM BEACH... 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, living room c/w fireplace, 2 car garage, situated on 100’x150’ treed lots, with very scenic views. Some furniture and furnishings included. Asking $224,900. Call Dale for details. (RO884)


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VALUE PROPERTY... 2 bedrooms, partially finished basement, 2-car garage, fenced yard, close to school. Asking $168,000. Call Dale. (R1363)

TWO-STOREY OPPORTUNITY IN DAYSLAND... This 2-storey home is finished to 992 sq/ft, has 2 bedrooms, 1.5 baths and has been significantly remodelled. New kitchen, flooring , light fixtures, bathrooms, electrical panel, entry doors, mostly vinyl windows, siding and more. Front covered porch and rear deck both 8x20. Good investment or starter. Listed at $69,900. Call Trevor for viewing. (RO901) SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT (KINGMAN)... Plenty of renovations and size. This property would be an exceptional buy for a big family, social organization, church group. Oversized double garage, single garage. Both with 220 power. Two outdoor decks, large mud room. Think potential, get creative! Priced to SELL! Asking $164,500. Call Cory for details. (RO913)



CHECK MARK THIS 1586 SQ/FT BUNGALOW IN DAYSLAND... This large and comfortable plan with country kitchen, 5 bedrooms, 3 baths and mostly finished basement may be perfect for you. Total living area is approx. 3000 sq/ft. Built in 2006, there is maple in the kitchen with a centre island, bright windows and a very large deck. Situated on a 83’ x 120’ lot, in a newer area of town and must be seen! Listed at $274,900 MLS#316116 Call Trevor for viewing. (RO899)

CHARMING ACREAGE RETREAT... This property is 2.47 acres with a 1587 sq/ft comfortable older dwelling which has been well cared for and nicely updated. Situated amongst and sheltered by trees on all sides makes this a special location! Perfectly suited for those who like gardening and outdoor pleasures. The home has 4 bedrooms, 1 bath, large kitchen, dining area, bright windows and shows well. Nice heated 42 x 32 hobby shop/ studio building on the property. Included are 6 newer quality appliances. MLS#CA317378. Listed at $229,900. Call Trevor for details. (A410)

COMMERICAL TURN KEY BUSINESS AND PROPERTY... Established plumbing shop, all equipment, tools and service truck. Nice clean operation with large service area. Call Dale for details. (C269)

EXCEPTIONAL LOCATION! GREAT OPPORTUNITY... at Ervick Junction. 0.995 acre industrial property. Water to property but some limitations apply. Asking price $109,450. Call Cory or Rick for details. (C136) WINTER IS COMING... It is time to think about protecting your investment by storing it in a safe area out of the cold and snow. Very good investment. 1/5 share in large hanger at Camrose airport with lots of room to do maintenance, etc. Asking $45,000. Call Rick for details. (C267)

LOTS EXCEPTIONAL VALUE... with this 5-bedroom 1/2 duplex. Basement completely redone in 2008-2009. Has potential to be easily converted to a 2-bedroom suite. Upgraded electric, shingles, furnace, plus much more. A must see – must consider property. Asking $214,500. For details, call Cory. (R1346)



NEWER MOBILE IN NEW NORWAY... Built in 2000 this 1298 sq/ft mobile on a double 100x100 lot has 3 spacious bedrooms, vaulted ceilings, oak kitchen package and oak bathroom cupboards. En suite bathroom with soaker tub, oversized double garage (22x28). Priced to sell at $129,500. Call Cory for details. (RO882) CROWN CARE CONDO... Complete with garage, one bedroom plus den, fireplace, east facing overlooking park, vaulted ceilings. Priced $174,900. Call Dale for details. (R1361)

LARGE HOME IN DAYSLAND, GOOD VALUE... This 5-bedroom, 3-bath home has been well maintained and is ready for a family that can enjoy the space and private setting on a large lot. Home has lots of extras. Asking $247,900. Call Rick for details. (RO915)

ROSALIND... Very nice corner lot with fruit trees and shrubs with alley access. Older 14’ x 55’ mobile home with addition. Owners are open to offers. Call Rick for details. Priced at $55,900. (RO908)


INDUSTRIAL THIS HOME BY YORKSHIRE BUILDERS AT THE CASCADES COMMUNITY... This 1384 sq/ft NEW 2 storey home with 3 beds, 3 baths, laminate floors, ceramic tile, soft neutral decor, and big bright windows. The master bedroom has a 4-piece en suite and walk in closet. Quick possession is available. The outside has a covered veranda, concrete walkway, raised back deck and enough space for you to build the garage to your liking. Listed at $259,900. Call Trevor today! (R1333)

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PANAGO PIZZA... a great opportunity to own your own business in the City of Camrose. Exceptional high traffic location on 48 Ave (Hwy 13). For details call Cory or Rick. (C268)

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HAY LAKES... what a beauty - over 1,400 sq. ft. bi-level, upgraded counter tops, professionally painted, fireplace, large front foyer, vaulted ceiling, 9’ ceiling in basement with oversized windows. Must be viewed to be appreciated. Asking $319,000. Call Dale for details. (RO848)

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


New windows, new siding, flooring, paint and bathrooms. Oversized lot with a park right next door. A must see! Priced to sell at $158,900. Call Cory for details. (RO910)

ATTENTION! BUILDERS AND INVESTORS, BRAND NEW LISTING... Great opportunity for an investment/revenue property! Exceptional building lot, presently zoned R2A but can be R3A, direct control and other options. 76’x105’ which would be an excellent location for a 4-plex or larger unit subject to City of Camrose approval. Located close to downtown and Mirror Lake! A true bargain at $140,000. Call Cory for details. (L189)

Affordable living with this 3-bedroom, 2-bath, spacious 1140 sq/ft bungalow with finished basement. Main floor laundry. Very clean home with low maintenance yard, quick possession. A must see! Priced to sell at $178,900. Call Cory for details. (RO911)

WELL LOCATED RESIDENTIAL BUILDING LOT IN DAYSLAND... This undeveloped lot in Daysland is 50’x120’, zoned R1 and is nicely set amongst a group of nice sized well maintained homes. Just a short walk to school! The frontage faces a park/recreational area. Just a short walk to school! Daysland has many local services. Now listed at $32,900. Call Trevor for service. (L185)

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


LESS THAN 20 MINUTES FROM CAMROSE... Well treed setting on this 2.24 acre package. C/W everything you need to enjoy a piece of country living, spacious 1.5 story, 5-bedroom home with large covered deck,oversized 24’4 x 36’3 heated garage with plenty of shop space. All this and more, well worth a look. Priced at $279,500. For details, call Cory. (A408)

BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY SETTING... with highway frontage. Bungalow with loft plus many upgrades including new windows and some flooring on main floor. New fascia and soffits this year. Also lots of trees and some older buildings plus newer barn in good condition. 13.28 acres with 2 water wells with good flow. $399,000. Call Rick for details. (A395) LITTLE BEAVER LAKE... great view and quiet setting! Perfect for hillside home at north end of lake. 2 acres with lots of trees. Gas and power nearby. Call Rick for details. (A394)

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Camrose Kodiaks catch Eagles in third period By Murray Green

The veterans on the Camrose Kodiaks had a little playful fun at the rookies' expense on Halloween night. The dressing room looked scary the next morning. "We did everything imaginable to their equipment," admitted Luc Vandale. "We put shampoo on their sticks, helmets and gloves. We put towels and under shirt wear in very cold water. It was a good Halloween prank." Luc hopes the players will relax a l ittle after the prank and have some fun winning games. "Our effort in the games has been there. Finishing plays on our scoring chances has been lacking," said Luc. "We could have beaten Canmore worse than 2-1. Our goalies are playing fantastic right now." The hibernating bears woke up just in time for the third period. The Camrose Kodiaks scored two goals in the last frame to edge the Canmore Eagles 2-1 on pink jersey day, Oct. 30. Landon Kadatz and Tanner Marshall garnered the only tallies for the Kodiaks. The team wore pink Kodiaks' jerseys and socks in support of breast cancer awareness. Goalie Brayden Hopfe held Camrose in the game with 24 of 25 saves. "I don't think we are scared that other teams are going to pick it up," said Luc. "We are easily the hardest working team in the league. We are in a dry spell with goals."

Pro Sports Photography Kieran O'Neil of the Camrose Kodiaks watches the puck elude the Brooks Bandits' goalie on Nov. 6.

The Camrose Kodiaks were burnt 5-3 by the Drumheller Dragons on Oct. 29. Kadatz and Tanner Marshall were the leaders on offence again with a goal. Adam deChamplain added a third period power play marker to round out the scoring. Matt Gibney stopped 29 of 34 shots in the Camrose net. "Against

Drumheller, we had a l ot of chances, but just didn't score. We are working hard, so t he chances will come. The bounces are not going our way sometimes. Concentrating more and not gripping our sticks too tight will help us." The Kodiaks needed a shoot-out to escape with a 2-1

victory over the Olds Grizzlys on Oct. 27. The lone goal scorer for the Kodiaks in regulation time was Tanner Tyndall who scored a shorthanded goal in the third after two scoreless periods. However, Olds evened up the score with 1:24 left on the clock. Jonathan Lashyn and Connor

Mailey scored for the Kodiaks in the shoot-out to earn the extra point. Hopfe stopped 27 of 28 shots in regulation and two out of three in the shoot-out. Luc is w orking on improving his overall game. "I k now I can be a little better in the defensive zone. I'm working on that and we all are. There is more than offence to my game. I want to play well defensively. Another thing we are concentrating on is our power play. We want more net traffic and shooting. On a p ower play, we are up a m an, so we want to create more two-on-ones and find the extra open man. We are too fancy right now. Then we want to drive the net and get lots of shoots." Coach Boris Rybalka said November will be a t ough month. "We play several of the stronger teams and I'm looking forward to it. It will show us how we measure against them and it will determine if we have to make any changes. I like facing the top teams because it pushes us to be better." The Kodiaks go on a series of four-game road trips to Canmore, Calgary twice and Brooks before hosting the Fort McMurray Oil Barons on Nov. 19 at 7:30 p.m. The Brooks Bandits are here on Nov. 20 for a 2 p .m. start. The final home game of the month is o n Nov. 25, when the Grande Prairie Storm make a rare appearance at the Edgeworth Centre.

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Augustana prepares for cross-country running nationals By Murray Green

Augustana placed one female and one male cross-country running athlete on Team Alberta after a s trong finish at provincials. Kalli Green and Andy Pohl will compete for both the university and Alberta at nationals on Nov. 12 and 13. Jodi Sanguin ran away with a second straight provincial collegiate cross-country women's running title on Oct. 29. The fifth-year athlete with the Red Deer College won the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference’s (ACAC) individual women’s cross-country title in Calgary. Peter Kalya of Lethbridge College won the men’s individual title, completing

the eight kilometre course in 26:43. Pohl of the Vikings finished just three seconds back in 26:46, and Devin Woodland of Grande Prairie Regional College finished third overall in 28:19. Augustana will be sending a women's and men's team to nationals. "We have the opportunity to send a full team, as long as the runners competed in provincials, said Mari McLachlin, who admitted she didn't have her best showing at provincials. "We saved some money throughout the year, like taking vans instead of buses, in order to send more runners to nationals." The top seven athletes in each of the women’s and men’s events were named

to the ACAC all-conference teams, and earned the right to compete in the Kamloops, B.C., hosted Canadian Colleges Athletic Association (CCAA) open national championships on Nov. 12 and 13. "I was in the bottom quarter for a long time," said Brady Imeson. "Through hard work, I improved to be in the top half. I was satisfied with the way I finished." Augustana’s Kalli Green made the women's squad and Pohl is o n the men's Alberta team. The Griffins won the ACAC men’s team title with Lethbridge coming in second and the Vikings finishing third. "I didn't compete much before this year. I'm on the curling team and thought

running will help me get in shape for a long season of sweeping in curling," said Mari. "It helps me with endurance and the spirit of commitment." Earning bronze in the provincials was a step up for the Vikings. "We finished fourth at a lot of races, so being third in Alberta was an improvement. Hopefully, we can compete with the larger teams from the east," said Brady. "We are working towards having personal bests at nationals," concluded Mari. Both runners will be cheering Andy on in his attempt at winning a medal at the national level.

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Watershed Alliance releases new report By Dan Jensen

Nutrients pose the greatest threat to water quality in the Battle River according to the Battle River Watershed Alliance's State of the Battle River and Sounding Creek watersheds report 2011. The report notes that water quality testing at Battle River and Highway 53 a nd Battle River Dried Meat Lake water quality monitoring stations in 2008/2009 resulted in a ma rk of fair, meaning that federal and provincial guidelines for metals, nutrients, bacteria and pesticides were sometimes exceeded by moderate amounts, with water quality occasionally departing from desirable levels. The report also shows that surface water quality monitoring from 2004-2005 for eleven water quality monitoring stations along the Battle River showed that Canadian Water Quality Guidelines for phosphorous were exceeded more than 50 per cent of the time (at all stations) and 100 per cent of the time at the Battle River and Highway 53 and Battle River and Dried Meat Lake locations. "Phosphorous and nitrogen are essential building blocks of life basically, but in excess quantities they can lead to things like algae blooms, and with algae blooms can come decreased dissolved oxygen levels, which then impacts and degrades and aquatic eco system and aquatic organisms like fish that are living there," said Battle River Watershed Alliance planning coordinator Sarah Skinner. "If there is n o dissolved oxygen the fish are not going to do so well." Battle River Watershed Alliance manager David Samm

A view of the Battle River just west and south of Camrose.

said the high nutrient levels can negatively impact recreation activities along the Battle River, as well as the costs associated in treating the water to ensure it is safe to drink. He said that three of the factors that contribute to high nutrient levels are the high levels of phosphorous that are in area soils, human activity and livestock. "Just the fact that we live here and create wastewater that goes into Dried Meat Lake and the Battle River has an immediate impact," he explained. "We also use a l ot of fertilizers for crops and that, along with manure from the livestock, can increase the levels of nutrients that are entering the water if the riparian or filtering systems are not intact." Samm said the Battle River Watershed Alliance is trying to

provide more education to those who fertilize their lawns or their crops, so they can see what they are doing affects the water. "We are not opposed to fertilizer use but we want people to be smart with the way they use fertilizer." The report also states that in terms of surface water allocation, the Battle River is ov er allocated. "In an average year the natural flow of the Battle River amounts to about 276,000 cubic decametres. In 2010, about 750,000 cubic decametres of surface water were allocated in the Battle River watershed." The report goes on to state that about ninety per cent of the surface water is allocated to ATCO Power for use at the ATCO Power Battle River coalfired generating station, almost all of which is re turned to the

river after use. It adds that the amount of surface and groundwater allocated in the Battle River and Sounding Creek watersheds does not take into account unlicenced domestic or household water use. Under Alberta's Water Act, it states, Albertans owning or occupying land adjacent to surface water or under which groundwater exists may withdraw up to 1,250 cubic metres of water per year for domestic or household use without requiring a licence. The report indicates that, according to the most recent assessment of the Alberta River Flow Quantity Index, long-term flows in the Battle River, based on the 10-year index average from 2000 to 2009, are below the normal natural flow. "Because we are a p rairie fed watershed where most of the

water comes from precipitation, we have great yearly variations between high and low," said Samm. "In 2003 and 2004 for example we had huge drought situations and last year we had huge rainfalls that gave lots of flow in the water. Both of those things happened in the last ten years, so w e had huge swings between a v ery low tide and a very high tide." Skinner said a lot of times in the Battle River watershed water quantity can be tied to water quality. "Because our landscape is fairly flat in this part of Alberta the water moves fairly slowly across our watershed, so t hat fact alone means that there is not a l ot of flow going through very fast. Whatever water is going into it is potentially staying there for a fa ir bit of time, something that leads to, or exacerbates in some instances, water quality issues." The Battle River Watershed Alliance held workshops on the State of the Battle River and Sounding Creek Watersheds Report in Lacombe and Ponoka Nov. 1 a nd Camrose Nov. 3. Future workshops will be held in Hardisty and Killam Nov. 15, Stettler Nov. 17, Provost and Wainwright Nov. 22, Wetaskiwin Nov. 24, and Consort and Coronation Nov. 28. "The purpose of the workshops is to share with watershed residents information from the State of the Watershed Report and also to hear from them about w hat they see as the issues and opportunities facing the watershed," said Skinner. "The report will provide the information that is required to make better informed decisions about how to manage the watershed for long-term sustainability."

Senior Centre Society strong with increased numbers By Murray Green The rumours of the death of the Camrose and District Senior Centre Society were greatly exaggerated. With a c urrent membership of 338 seniors (55 plus) and 17 different clubs offering a variety of activities, nothing could be further from the truth. The Society has gone from 185 members in 2007 to 338 today. That is about a 45 per cent increase in just four years. "We base our numbers from 2007 because that was when the Society was fractured, the staff was let go a nd the City took over the building," explained senior president Wilf Maertens-Poole, who has held the position since 2007. "One of the rumours out there was that the Senior Society owned the building. We never did own the building. We rented it from the City. Seniors raised funds for the building, and the City and County contributed money towards the building; but, we lease it from the City. We want to stomp out that rumour. Some people seem to think we just gave it away to the City and that is certainly not the case." In 2007, the entire board resigned with a la rge debt load.

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The City said they were no longer the Senior Centre Society banker. "We came on board and said there will be no paid staff. That was our first order of business. All of these clubs became very independent and bought into the system that we established. Because of that, the smiles began to return to the faces of people in the various groups. The word entitlement disappeared off the whole face of the Senior Society. Everybody thought they were entitled to something, but nobody paid for anything. Now users pay

and people are back to being happy again." Everyone volunteers except for the bookkeeper. "We wanted an independent person checking the books," said Wilf. Several tournaments or dances draw more than 200 people. Some groups are at the point of turning people away at major functions. "Our bridge club is bursting at the seams and we actually spread out into two rooms," he added. "One of our problems is that the City came in and took over the basement. That

was great. However, they moved upstairs and started renovations and then just quit. We haven't been able to use the lounge for three years. It is an eyesore and we could use that space." The Senior Society encourages drop-ins and joining the fun. Every day, several of the groups can be found playing card games, practicing for competitions, or filling the air with old-time songs at the Mirror Lake Centre. "We encourage all seniors (55 and over) to drop into the centre to enjoy a m orning or afternoon of good fun and great company," said board member Rose Snopek. "Once you decide to become a regular member, the annual fee is just $15." The Society rents the Mirror Lake Centre from the City of Camrose. "We have a great facility and auditorium. However, our lease agreement with the City states we can't rent out space for functions such as weddings," said senior president Wilf MaertensPoole. "We also hear how the City is moving in and we are going to be kicked out. That is also not the truth. We are alive and well, and very active with our 17 various groups." Some of the clubs that belong

to the Society include pool (snooker), table tennis, scrabble, floor curling, Golden Tones, cribbage, pickle ball, polkafest, bridge, floor shuffleboard, dance clubs, CamRoses (red hatters), canasta and carpet bowling. "We are also open to suggestions. If someone wants to start another group that falls under our umbrella, then we are open to those ideas," said both Rose and Wilf. "Every year, we meet with the City and go over our requirements. We charge each person an amount to cover all of our costs, whether it is a d ance or a floor curling tournament. As the Society started to get out of debt, we bought new coffee makers and chairs. Each club knows in advance what they will be charged, so the smiles are back," added Wilf. "We own all of the equipment in the Mirror Lake Centre. I f we were ever asked to leave, all of the chairs and tables would go with us. We have a reserve now as a fallback. We invested in the building by putting in new floors and carpets." For more information about the Society, view the web site at or phone 780-672-7022 from 10 a.m. to noon on Monday to Friday.

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The 2012 Toyota Camry at Toyota City in Wetaskiwin features a bold, sophisticated new design with a more spacious interior, improved driving dynamics and even quieter than ever before. "The all-new Toyota Camry blends an evolution of the car's values – such as comfort, efficiency, reliability and safety – with a more appealing design and engaging driving experience," said Bob Carter, Toyota Division group vice president and general manager. "Competition in the midsize sedan segment is the strongest it has ever been and the all-new Camry is designed to maintain its longstanding leadership while also broadening its appeal." Powertrain choices

The DOHC 3.5 litre V6, available with the SE and XLE models, delivers 268 horsepower at 6,200 rpm and 248 lb.-ft. of torque at 4,700 rpm. Enhancements to the engine boost its fuel efficiency to 9.7 litres per 100 km city and 6.4 litres per 100 km highway. To improve efficiency, the V6 features a new, lower oil viscosity and an automatic transmission fluid warmer that brings the transmission to operating temperature more quickly in cold weather. The gas engine LE, XLE and SE models come equipped exclusively with a six-speed automatic transmission that offers a sequential manual shift mode using the console shifter. Intelligent control adapts shifting strategy in response to driver input, with fast kick-down. The Camry hybrid debits a highly revised version of the brand's Hybrid Synergy Drive powertrain, including a n ew 2.5 litre four-cylinder engine. The 2012 Camry Hybrid LE, with 4.5 litres per 100 km city and 4.9 litres per 100 km highway, yields a more than 30 per cent boost in fuel economy in the EPA city and combined driving cycles, compared to the previous generation, thanks largely to the new hybrid powertrain but also due to lighter vehicle weight and optimized aerodynamics. The new 2.5 litre engine, like the 2.4 litre it replaces, uses the Atkinson cycle (delayed intake-valve closing) for an expansion ratio greater than compression ratio to achieve maximum efficiency. The Variable Valve Timing with intelligence system on the intake camshaft enhances torque, which is greater than with the previous engine. The 2012 Camry Hybrid meets advanced technology

zero emission standards. New sound absorbing materials in the engine compartment, along with more linear control over engine speed, give the 2012 Camry Hybrid a more pleasing sound under acceleration. New for the 2012 Camry Hybrid is a n EV Drive mode, which allows the driver to operate the car on the electric motor alone for up to 1.6 miles at lower speeds. The EV indicator illuminates when the vehicle is being propelled solely by the electric motor. As on the previous Camry Hybrid, ECO mode optimizes throttle response and air conditioning output to prioritize maximum fuel economy. A Hybrid-exc lusive instrument cluster with Hybrid System Indicator and fuel consumption indicator helps the driver operate the car as economically as possible. Modern form

The 2012 Camry employs an elegantly simple but modern form, emphasizing a w ider, lower stance than previous models. The Camry LE and XLE feature additional exterior chrome trim, and the SE debuts its own lower-body design and exclusive fine-mesh upper grille section. The more prominent rocker panel mouldings on the SE clearly link to integrated front and fear underbody spoilers, emphasizing width, and the trunk lid carries an integrated spoiler. Interior design

A new dashboard design, modified seat locations, redesigned seats and lean door, pillar and headliner trim all combine to add real space and greater percep-

tual spaciousness while enhancing outward visibility. Repositioning the driver's seat and the standard tilt/telescoping steering wheel (tilt has increased 33 per cent for greater driving comfort) also aid forward visibility and enhance the driver's positioning. The Camry LE and XLE grades feature either ivory or grey seating colour; the Camry SE features unique upholstery in black-on-black or black-on-grey. The height adjustment on the driver's seat offers nearly a half inch greater range than before. Special attention was paid to function and comfort with the centre console design. Soft kneepads on both sides add comfort for the driver and passenger: the front section offers a 12V accessory connector and an easy-toaccess USB/input jack port for connecting iPods and other media devices. The standard audio system on the LE, XLE and SE has a 6.1 inch screen and six speakers. The screen also displays the energy monitor and fuel-consumption data, and functions as the monitor for the available integrated back-up camera. The screen also offers a new value-driven navigation system and serves as a p ortal for Entune, Toyota's innovative new multi-media system. Quiet ride

New sound absorbing materials silence any noise that manages to penetrate the interior. In particular, engineers focused on suppressing noises that are near the frequencies of human speech to provide an environment that is more comfortable for conversation. Measures that focus on reducing wind noise include stronger door and rocker area seals, optimized placement of sound insulating materials, foam applied in the roof, pillars and door openings, acoustic glass used for the V6 and Hybrid models' windshield, and special bracing of cowl intake louvres. Suspension

The Camry SE features specific suspension components and tuning, including exclusive steering knuckles and lighter, stiffer, lower front control arms. The front and rear springs are exclusive to this model, and the shock absorbers feature internal rebound springs for greater cornering roll resistance.

You can see the 2012 Toyota Camry at Toyota City, 4120-56 Street, Wetaskiwin. Phone 780-352-2225 and ask for one of the friendly sales professionals.

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DADS – L OOKING FOR A CAR WITHOUT A BACK SEAT? Count on our classifieds. We match up buyers and sellers. The Camrose Booster, phone 780-672-3142.

SELLING YOUR SEAWORTHY BOAT? Make a splash with an ad in the Booster classifieds! Ph. 780-672-3142.

2010 DODGE CARAVAN – Sto ‘n Go, remote start, various features, $19,895 obo. 780-678-2247.

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2009 CHRYSLER ASPEN SUV – Excellent condition, lady driven. 81,000 hwy. kms. Full load includes sunroof, dvd, navigation, Blue Tooth, rear camera and backup sensors. $31,900, no GST. Call 780360-4867 for further details. 1987 22 FT. VAN w/ WHEELCHAIR LIFT – Good shape. 780-672-7956 or 780608-9873. 2006 DODGE DURANGO 4X4 AWD – 133,000 km., third row, $12,500. Ph. 780-672-8092. 2001 CHRYSLER NEON – 290,000 km., p/s, p/b, a/c. AM/FM, cassette. Good shape, mechanically sound. $1,900 obo. 780-678-6952.

Camrose branch of the Royal Canadian Legion member Agnes Minnes presented bursaries to, from left to right, Barbara Benyon on behalf of Jennifer, Arlene McLean on behalf of Wes McLean and to Alyssa Clarkson.

LOVE CAMPING, BUT TIRED OF SHOVELLING SNOW OFF THE AWNING IN MAY? Say goodbye to your Gulfstream! Move it fast with a Camrose Booster classified. Phone 780-672-3142.

SERVICES MAYNE CYCLE SHOP - Motorcycles, ATVs, - Snowmobiles - Service and repair all makes and models - Professional, honest service by a certified journeyman - $59/hr. Shop Rate Call Brady at 780-781-1811 11 Montjoy Avenue, Camrose

MISCELLANEOUS WANTED PONTIAC MONTANA WANTED – 2007 - 2009, low kms., in mint shape. 780-663-2464, Ryley.

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Hockey Vikings clip Briercrest twice By Murray Green

Alberta-Northwest Territories Command second vice-president Kaethi Rexinger and Camrose branch of the Royal Canadian Legion member presented bursaries and certificates to, from left to right, Stacy Haugen, Kathie Green on behalf of Jordy, and Barbara Benyon on behalf of Jennifer to go towards their education.


The Augustana Vikings hockey club met its goal. Augustana wanted to make sure the trip to Briercrest produced four points. The Vikings succeeded in defeating the Clippers 10-2 and 6-3 on Oct. 28 and 29 to hold onto second place in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference. "We had a lot of rest heading into the first game and we had a good skate. We were all into it, riding the bus and being together, and then we came out hard and had a go od game. You could see that by the score," said forward Matt Foster. "In Saturday's game, it was tougher because of the quick turn around. After getting beaten 10-2, they wanted to come back with some dignity and pride and show the league and themselves that they could play hockey." Matt led the Vikings on offence in the opening game with a hat trick. His three goals were supported by Adam Johnson and Daniel Hope, who each added two markers. Single markers came from Kenny Bradley, Quinn Amiel and Devon Hobbs. Goaltender Joel Danyluk stopped 34 of 36 shots for the Vikings. Former Camrose Minor Hockey goalie Jesse Chenard didn't receive a lot of support as he faced 41 shots. In the rematch, it was Jeremy Beirnes' turn to perform a little magic as he collected a hat trick. Amiel chipped in with two goals and Brendan Lamb added a single marker to round out the scoring. Goalie Danyluk stopped 27 of 30 shots. "We have to stay with our game plan and stick to being focused because it is another game and what happened in the last game doesn't matter in the next one," said Matt. "We are aware that we have to take care of things

in our back end. We don't want bad habits to come in. Guys are trying to pay attention of where they are defensively and help the goalies. In practice, we are working on defensive zone coverage to prepare for the top teams." Matt said it is time to challenge for first place. "We feel like it is time to play at the next level and we really look forward to facing the top teams to see how we measure up. It is good to have that challenge and test. It will be high intensity and like a playoff game. It is a test we are excited to face. We want to win two games and be in first place." The Vikings host the SAIT Trojans on Nov. 9 a t the Edgeworth for a 7:30 p.m. start. Volleyball

The Vikings enjoyed a week off, but now it is back to work as far as regular season action is concerned. Augustana takes on the SAIT Trojans in Camrose for matches on Nov. 12. The women's match begins at 6 p.m., with the men to follow at 8 p.m. Basketball

The women's Augustana basketball team split a pair of games with the King's Eagles of Edmonton. The Vikings were the ones to soar at home in the first game as they won 75-66 on the strength of Kari Kubinec's 21 points and Kelsey Lund's 20 points. The next night, on Oct. 29, Augustana lost 74-60. Lund scored 21 and Kubinec chipped in with 11 as the Eagles held her in check. The men's squad dropped both ends of their weekend competition. The King's University won 87-75 and 79-67. David Shantz led the Vikings in scoring with 20 points and Lee Danderfer added 18 in the first game, while Shayn Bruney netted 17 and Dandefer collected 13 in the second game.

Submitted by Randal Nickel Open Door

The Camrose Open Door Association is pleased to announce the purchase of the Gardner College main campus with an occupancy date of Nov. 15. We acknowledge the strong contribution that Gardner College has made to our community through educating young people since January 1933. In addition, Gardner College has hosted the Open Door’s housing project for the last two years. We understand the sadness resulting from the closure of the college and are very thankful for the opportunity to continue the college’s mission by providing housing and learning opportunities for youth in Camrose and area. The Open Door is planning to continue providing eight beds for emergency use (short period of time during a c risis) on the campus and to add four units for transitional supportive housing. Transitional housing provides support (low rent, skill-building, etc.) for several months to enable clients to move out of a c risis stage and into their own housing in the community. Housing provision has been a part of the Open Door’s strategic plan since it was first written on a restaurant napkin 13 years ago. The purchase of the Gardner site provides the best opportunity to fulfill our mission to give youth the best opportunities to succeed and is an investment in their future. Investing in people provides much better returns than the stock market. Providing youth with educational and employment training and opportunities, stable, secure housing and essential life skills helps them along the positive path towards independence and self-sufficiency as contributing members of society. The social and economic cost of not doing something is m uch higher than the cost of providing services. The purchase of the Gardner College site will allow us to help youth unlock their own potential. Contact Randal Nickel, Open Door Executive Director, at 780-679-6803 or for more information.

Wise customers read the fine print: •, *, ‡, †, § The 2012s Are Here Event offers are limited time offers which apply to retail deliveries of selected new and unused models purchased from participating dealers on or after November 1, 2011. Dealer order/trade may be necessary. Offers subject to change and may be extended without notice. See participating dealers for complete details and conditions. •$20,898 Purchase Price applies to 2012 Dodge Grand Caravan Canada Value Package (29E+CL9) only and includes $8,000 Consumer Cash Discount. Pricing includes freight ($1,400) and excludes licence, insurance, registration, any dealer administration fees and other applicable fees and applicable taxes. Dealer order/trade may be necessary. Dealers may sell for less. See participating dealers for complete details. *Consumer Cash Discounts are offered on select new 2011/2012 vehicles and are manufacturer-to-dealer incentives, which are deducted from the negotiated price before taxes. Amounts vary by vehicle. See your dealer for complete details. ‡4.99% purchase financing for up to 96 months available on the new 2012 Dodge Grand Caravan Canada Value Package model to qualified customers on approved credit through Royal Bank of Canada. Dealer order/trade may be necessary. Dealer may sell for less. See your dealer for complete details. Example: 2012 Dodge Grand Caravan Canada Value Package with a Purchase Price of $20,898 (including applicable Consumer Cash Discount) financed at 4.99% over 96 months with $0 down payment equals 208 biweekly payments of $122 with a cost of borrowing of $4,478 and a total obligation of $25,376. Pricing includes freight ($1,400) and excludes licence, insurance, registration, any dealer administration fees and other applicable fees and taxes. Dealer order/trade may be necessary. Dealers may sell for less. †1.99% purchase financing for up to 36 months available on the new 2012 Dodge Grand Caravan SXT models to qualified customers on approved credit through Royal Bank of Canada, Scotiabank, TD Financing Services and Ally Credit Canada. Dealer order/trade may be necessary. Dealers may sell for less. See your dealer for complete details. Example: 2012 Dodge Grand Caravan SXT with a Purchase Price of $26,860 (including applicable Consumer Cash Discount) financed at 1.99% over 36 months with $0 down payment equals 36 monthly payments of $769.22 a cost of borrowing of $831.92 and a total obligation of $27,691.92. Pricing includes freight ($1,400) and excludes licence, insurance, registration, any dealer administration fees and other applicable fees and taxes. §2012 Dodge Grand Caravan R/T shown. Price including applicable Consumer Cash Discount: $32,195. Pricing includes freight ($1,400) and excludes licence, insurance, registration, any dealer administration fees and other applicable fees and applicable taxes. Dealer order/ trade may be necessary. Dealers may sell for less. ■Based on Ward’s 2011 Small Van Segmentation. Excludes other Chrysler Group LLC designed and/or manufactured vehicles. ¤Based on 2012 EnerGuide Fuel Consumption Guide ratings published by Natural Resources Canada. Transport Canada test methods used. Your actual fuel consumption may vary. 2012 Dodge Grand Caravan Canada Value Package – Hwy: 7.9L/100 KM and City: 12.2L/100 KM. ®SIRIUS and the dog logo are registered trademarks of SIRIUS Satellite Radio Inc. ®Jeep is a registered trademark of Chrysler Group LLC.

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Bailey Theatre Thriller

Downtown Camrose was hit with a mob of zombies outside of the Bailey Theatre on Halloween, Oct. 31. A ghostly and scary mob of zombies emerged from the theatre and stopped traffic to perform a g reat version of M ichael Jackson's "Thriller" on Main Street.

ON NOW AT YOUR ALBERTA BUICK GMC DEALERS. 1-800-GM-DRIVE. GMC is a brand of General Motors of Canada. W/††/+/¥¥/*Offers apply to the purchase of a 2011 GMC Sierra SL Ext Cab 4WD (R7A), 2011 GMC Sierra SL CREW CAB 4WD (R7A) equipped as described. Freight included ($1,450). License, insurance, registration, PPSA, administration fees and taxes not included. Dealers are free to set individual prices. Offer available to retail customers in Canada between November 1, 2011 and January 16, 2012. Limited quantities of 2011 models available. See dealer for details. x$9,250 manufacturer to dealer delivery credit available on 2011 GMC Sierra SL CREW CAB 4WD LS (tax exclusive) for retail customers only. Other cash credits available on most models. See your GM dealer for details. ††1.99% purchase financing offered on approved credit by Ally Credit for 48 months on new or demonstrator 2011 GMC Sierra LS Ext Cab 4WD/2011 GMC Sierra LS Crew Cab 4WD. Rates from other lenders will vary. Down payment, trade and/or security deposit may be required. Monthly payment and cost of borrowing will vary depending on amount borrowed and down payment/trade. Example: $10,000 at 1.99% APR, the monthly payment is $216.91 for 48 months. Cost of borrowing is $411.56, total obligation is $10,411.56. Offer is unconditionally interest-free. Freight ($1,450) included. License, insurance, registration, PPSA, applicable taxes and fees not included. Dealers are free to set individual prices. Offers apply to qualified retail customers only. Limited time offer which may not be combined with certain other offers. GMCL may modify, extend or terminate offers in whole or in part at any time without notice. Conditions and limitations apply. See dealer for details. ‡Based on a 24 month lease. Rate of 0.8% advertised on new or demonstrator 2011 Sierra LD equipped as described. Annual kilometer limit of 20,000km, $0.20 per excess kilometer OAC by FinanciaLinx Corporation. Monthly payments may vary depending on down payment/trade. Other lease options available. Applies only to qualified retail customers in Canada. Freight & PDI ($1,450), registration, $350 acquisition fee included. License, insurance, registration, PPSA, administration fees excess wear and km charges, and applicable taxes not included. Dealers are free to set individual prices. Offers valid to January 16, 2012. Dealer order or trade may be required. Offer may not be combined with certain other consumer incentives. GMCL may modify, extend or terminate offers in whole or in part at any time without notice. Conditions and limitations apply. See participating dealer for details. ¥*To qualify for GMCL’s Cash For Clunkers incentive, you must: turn in a 2005 or older MY vehicle that is in running condition and has been registered and properly insured in your name, or under a small business name, for the last 3 months. GMCL will provide eligible consumers with an incentive to be used towards the purchase or lease of a new eligible 2011 or 2012 MY Buick/Chevrolet/GMC/Cadillac vehicle delivered between October 1, 2011 and January 3, 2012. Incentive amount ranges from $500 to $3,000 (tax inclusive), depending on model purchased; incentive may not be combined with certain other offers. By participating in GMCL’s Cash For Clunkers program your vehicle will not be eligible for any trade-in value. See your participating GM dealer for additional program details. GMCL may modify, extend or terminate program in whole or in part at any time without notice. ¥† No purchase necessary. Contest open to Canadian residents with a valid driver’s license who have reached the age of majority in their province of residence.Contest runs from November 1, 2011 to January 16, 2012.Credit Awards include applicable taxes and can only be applied to the purchase or lease of a new 2011 or 2012 MY GM vehicle delivered from dealer stock, excluding Chevrolet Volt on or before January 16, 2012.20 Vehicle Awards consist of either a 2012 GMCTerrain SLE2 FWD + 18” Machined Aluminum Wheels, Chrome Appearance Package and Rear Cargo Security Cover or a 2012 Chevrolet Equinox 2LT FWD + 18” Machined Aluminum Wheels. Factory order may be required for Vehicle Awards.Approximate retail value of each Vehicle Award is Equinox / Terrain $30,248 MSRP / $29,818 MSRP CDN, including freight.Not all awards have the same odds of winning.Correct answer to skill testing question required to claim an award.Some examples of odds are: to receive a $1,000 base award, 1 in 1; to receive a total award of $1,200, 1 in 30; to receive a total award of $10,000, 1 in 10,000; to receive a Vehicle Award, 1 in 20,000 (total awards and vehicle awards include the $1,000 base award). See your GM dealer, visit or call 1-800-GM-DRIVE for full contest rules.WFuel consumption ratings based on Natural Resources Canada’s 2011 Fuel Consumption Guide. Your actual fuel consumption may vary. **Based on 2010 Energuide submissions/competitive websites. Your actual fuel consumption may vary. Excludes other GM vehicles. 2011 data unavailable at time of print.

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In the Camrose atom Buffaloes football team's biggest game of the year, they stampeded to a 31-12 victory in the playoffs. Camrose coaches rallied the herd against the Fort Saskatchewan Storm on Sunday, Oct. 30, in one of the best games of the season. "We were able to weather the Storm. Unlike several of the previous games, it did not take us two quarters of football to start playing. The players seemed to be very energetic and eager to play prior to the start of the game," said coach Fitz Sherman. On offence, the Buffaloes were able to move the ball effectively with a solid ground attack and a few passes thrown into the mix. "Running back Hailey McKechnie returned to her early season form with several long runs and a touchdown. The Storm could not contain our quarterback draws up the middle and when they did, we just ran off tackle," Fitz explained. "We had several nice plays on offence, such as tight end sweep with a pitch back to the quarterback, who ran for an 80 yard touchdown, and a gorgeous block by wide receiver Kieran Sherman that lead directly to another touchdown on a quarterback boot." The linemen on both sides of the football also made a huge difference in the contest. "Our lines played well and we were able to control the inside for a majority of the game. On defence, we tackled better than previous games and we had more gang tackling with everyone contributing. Our defence played a very good game and backed up each other well. I w ould say this game was about team effort." The entire team played well, but coach Fitz praised some players for outstanding plays. "Although there were some players that stood out, such as quarterback Teryll Sherman, with several touchdowns on some long runs; running back Hailey McKechnie, with a touchdown and several long runs; Zach Pearson, who had a s trong game at defensive halfback; Owen MacPherson, with numerous tackles from his outside linebacker position; and defensive lineman Kevin Kittler, who ran sideline to sideline – it was a total team effort."





Lease, finance plans, cash incentives & offers from Toyota Financial Services OAC for qualified retail customers on select models sold and delivered between November 1 and November 30, 2011. †$5,000 Countdown Incentive is available on 2011 Camry V6 (BK3ELT, BK3EXT, BK3EST) models only & includes: $1,500 Cash Incentive & $3,500 Cash Discount. Cash Discount cannot be combined with subvented lease or finance rates. Applicable taxes are due on delivery. Dealer may sell for less. See your participating Alberta Toyota dealer for details. All offers subject to exclusions and may change without notice. Vehicle may not be exactly as shown. *Based on most recent Transport Canada Company Average Fuel sales-weighted consumption average for all vehicles sold in its fleet. For fuel consumption ratings for a specific vehicle, please refer to

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For Want Ad service, please phone 780-672-3142 before six on Friday Helpful Tips for Writing Classified Ads Which Get Results! Be Thorough

CHRISTMAS MARKET – Sunday, Nov. 20, Rosalind Hall, 12:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Excellent variety. Door prizes. Lunch available. Free admission. For more information call 780-375-2350.

Sure you want your ad to stand out from the rest, but don’t skimp on the sort of information that sells. The item’s condition, size, age, brand name, and color are some of the basics readers want to know. Without them, your ad may be overlooked.

REMEMBRANCE DAY SERVICE – Emil Bosmans’ Memorial Gardens, Round Hill, 10:30 a.m., Nov. 11. Lunch to follow at Round Hill Community Centre. Please bring lunch.

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THE CHILDREN OF DAWNMARIE THOMPSON AND VERLE FORSBERG would like to invite you to a celebration of their parents’ marriage on November 19 at Edberg Community Hall. Open House, 8:00 p.m., Dance, 9:00 p.m. Toonie bar. Wedding to take place at an earlier date in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

Okay, so you want to include all the important basics. Don’t use strange abbreviations because our ads are designed to spell all the important details. Besides, you are not paying by the line, but by the word, so there is really no need to abbreviate.

Be Honest Exaggerating your item’s finer points may bring in a lot of responses, but a buyer who’s misled won’t appreciate it and will take his business somewhere else.

State Your Price The cost of an item is one of the most important concerns of want ad readers. Ads showing prices are ones which get results. Giving a price also serves to “weed out” those buyers not in your price range.

Be Accessible Including a telephone number or address puts you in touch with potential buyers. Be sure to state the hours you can be reached: a caller who can’t get through the first time often won’t call again.

Don’t hesitate to call us with any questions or problems you may have regarding advertising. Our professionally trained sales staff know the ropes, and would be happy to pass their know-how on to you. That’s why we’re here, to help you get the results you deserve.

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4925-48 Street, Camrose

ANNOUNCEMENTS SEE THE AUTOMOTIVE SECTION STARTING ON PAGE 33 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. THE DR. “MA C” SMITH MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND for post-graduate education in nursing is accepting memorials. To donate or for applications and information, please write to AARN Education Trust Fund. 11620-168 St., Edmonton, AB T5M 4A6. BRIDAL SHOWER FOR KATHY NATTRASS, fiance of Justin Kerr from Strasbourg, SK, Nov. 13 at 1:00 p.m. at the Strome Seniors’ Centre. KINGMAN PANCAKE BREAKFAST & FALL MARKET – Nov. 13, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Come and enjoy pancakes at your leisure at the Kingman Community Hall. For table books call Colleen, 780672-3712 or 780-662-3829. EDBERG LUTHERAN WOMEN AUCTION SALE – Wed., Nov. 23, 7:00 p.m. at Edberg Seniors’ Centre.

CHRISTMAS POTPOURRI – Cinnamon Bun Tea, St. Andrew’s Anglican Church, 4713-50 St., Saturday, November 19, 2:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Christmas baking, crafts and ‘second time around’ Christmas items. REMEMBRANCE DAY PROGRAM – New Norway Hall, 10:50 a.m., Nov. 11. Ladies please bring lunch. Sponsored by Duhamel Historical Society. PRAGUE COMMUNITY HALL PRESENTS AN EVENING WITH BEN CRANE – Western artist, cartoonist and entertainer on Nov. 19, 5:30 p.m. Come and enjoy a feast, fi rst class family entertainment and Silent and Live Auction. Proceeds to build an outdoor skating rink at the Prague Community Hall. Adults, $30; Youth 12 and under, $12; Children 5 and under, free. Check our auction items at PragueCommunityHall. Contact 780-336-4090 or 780-336-2265. NEW SAREPTA CHRISTMAS MARKET – Saturday, Nov. 26, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., New Sarepta Agriplex, upstairs. To book table, contact Michelle, 780-984-2872.

THE FAMILY OF LILLIAN GRAHN wishes to thank friends, neighbours and family for the flowers and cards, your kind regards and condolences shown to us at the time of Mom’s passing. Thank you to the staff at Sunrise Village, Dr. Tober and the wonderful nurses and staff on Unit 2 at St. Mary’s Hospital for your kindness, help and care of our mom. Thank you to Cam Parker and the staff at Burgar Funeral Home for all your support. Thank you to the ladies at the Royal Canadian Legion for the delicious lunch after the memorial. A special thank you to Lynne Roper for playing the organ at Mom’s memorial. In lieu of thank you cards, a donation has been made to Bethany Children’s Home at Gwynne, Mom’s favourite charity. – Jane, Terry, Dan, Tim, Bill and families I FEEL TRULY BLESSED for the amazing outpouring of support following my recent knee replacement surgery. The compassion and care I received from family, friends, my beloved communiity and my talented new heroes in the medical community was absolutely exceptional. To each and every one of you who was involved with my surgery, and who assisted me in every imaginable way possible before and after, I extend my sincerest, heartfelt thanks. Your kindness will never be forgotten. – Bernice Westfall, Ferintosh. THE FAMILY OF DOROTHY MUTCHLER would like to thank friends and relatives for their comfort and support upon the passing of our mother. Special thank you to the staff of Stoney Creek Lodge for the years of care; to Rev. Dr. Alan Richards and Mary Ann Pastuck; and to the UCW for the lovely lunch. We greatly appreciated the cards and memorial donations. In lieu of thank you cards a donation has been made to the United Church Memorial Fund. – Ernest Mutchler and family

PERSONAL THANK YOU A HEARTFELT THANKS to all our friends and neighbours for the love and support given to us after the passing of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Ed Ferner. Thank you for flowers, food, memorial donations and cards. Thanks to staff at Lilac Cottage in Louise Jensen Centre for all the kindness shown to Ed and the family in his final days. Thank you to Pastor David Eriksson for his support, both during and after Ed’s passing, and for the inspiring service he performed. Thanks to Cam Parker at Burgar Funeral Home for his kindness and helpfulness. In lieu of thank you cards a donation has been made to the Alberta Heart and Stroke Foundation. – Sincerely, Mary Ann Ferner, Scott, Shauna and Troy and families THE LUCIUK FAMILY would like to thank everyone for their support and prayers during this difficult time. Your acts of kindness are appreciated more than you can know. In lieu of thank you cards a donation is being made to the Camrose Kodiaks for financial assistance for children in minor hockey. Mike, Melissa, Chris and Monica

DRINKING A PROBLEM? Alcoholics Anonymous, call 780672-9903. LOST THAT LOVING FEELING? Find it with a personal ad in The Camrose Booster classifieds. Ph. 780-672-3142. THANK YOU ST. JUDE for prayers answered. – Judy LONELY 50-YEAR-OLD GENTLEMAN – Looking for a girlfriend. 780-608-1576, 780679-9228.

TO GIVE AWAY FREEZER – Works good; also weight set. Ph. 780-672-3642.

LOST AND FOUND EYEGLASSES – Found at corner of 49 and 64 St. Provide description. Ph. 780-672-8556.

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

HELP WANTED CLASS 1 T RUCK DRIVER w/wagon experience, Cat Operators, Hoe Operators and General Shop Labourers wanted in Camrose area. Competitive wages and benefits. Apply to Advertiser Box 288, c/o Camrose Booster Ltd., 4925-48 St., Camrose, AB T4V 1L7. LOVE SHOES? We’re Growing to Serve You Better! Full- and part-time sales positions available The right person must be friendly, sincere, understands fashion and enjoys serving the public. Please apply in person with resumé to: Sales Manager, Karen Mingo, or Owners, Leta and Daryl Shillington Sole City Shoes, Downtown Camrose LABOURER WANTED – $17/hr., tool belt and transportation. Must not be afraid of heights. Some out-of-town work. 780-678-7080. STEEL FABRICATORS REQUIRED for manufacturing company in Wetaskiwin, AB. Permanent full-time, Monday to Friday. Benefit package. Pay negotiable, based on ability. Fax resumés t o 78 0 -352 -39 0 0 o r e m a i l : SMALL ACCOUNTING FIRM SEEKING part-time/ casual tax preparer/bookkeeper. Please email resumé to:

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



WANTED: BUSINESS TO PURCHASE in Camrose or surrounding area. All calls confidential. Please email:

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. 780-672-3142.

TIRED OF YOUR JOB BUT NEED THE INCOME? – Gain time and financial freedom at home setting up accounts for a major manufacturer. Unlimited income potential. Visit

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

SERVICES WE SELL RUBBER STAMPS, stamp pads, and stamp pad ink. Camrose Booster Ltd., 4925-48 St., Camrose. JUNK TO THE DUMP – Free estimates. Garages, basements, light hauling. 780-608-7917, Tom Mino.

TOTAL FOOT CARE, 780672-3993. Have a specially trained RN visit you. GREG’S HANDYMAN SERVICES – Small renovations, small repairs, painting, basement developments. Quality workmanship, reasonable rates. Phone Greg at 780-672-8256. ROD LaGRANGE DRYWALL – residential/commercial. Tape, texture, estimates and references. Phone 780-679-8299 or 780352-0888. 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 COMPLETE TILING SERVICE Specializing in backsplashes, tub surrounds and all types of wall. Patricia Fielding, Lady Tiler 780-672-3622 THE SHIRT OFF MY BACK TAILORING Full alteration and custom sewing service. Tues. - Fri. 10-6, Thurs., 10-8, Sat., 9-4 4937-49 Street, Camrose, AB (East of the Main Post Office) Ph. 780-672-4793 STAN LACEY PHOTOGRAPHY – Studio portraiture, mobile studio, will travel. Ph. 780672-5026. RIDING LESSONS, ANCHOR J RANCH – 5 km. west of Camrose on Hwy. 13. Riding and roping lessons, horse boarding and training available. Indoor and outdoor arenas. Riding lessons Wednesday nights. Please call Dirk McCarroll at 780-608-8448. CAMROSE COMMUNITY HOME DIRECTORY • 135 Contractors • 500 + Categories • 900 + Local Companies • 300 + Web Links ALL AT PALL FLOOR INSTALLATIONS Carpet, Lino, Laminate, Hardwood Call Paul at 780-901-3708 or 780-672-1917 BRUCE’S CARPENTRY & HANDIMAN SERVICE • Renovations • Garages • Decks • Painting No job too small, free estimates 780-672-3094 780-485-7727

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CLASSIFIED ADS (Continued) WANTED TO RENT HAY LAND FOR 2012 CROP – To rent or crop share. 780679-0713.

FOR RENT KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS HALL FOR RENT, 780-672-8620. BITTERN LAKE HALL for rent. Call Bittern Lake Village Office, 780-672-7373. CAMROSE MOOSE HALL FOR RENT Ideal for weddings, banquets, any celebration or special occasion. Call 780-672-2695 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 TAMARACK PLACE New 2-bedroom apartments for rent 5 appliances Month to Month Rentals Pet Friendly, Elevator Water, Heat, 1 parking stall included 780-678-2621 ASPEN TERRACE One or Two-Bedroom Apartments Modern, spacious, clean Includes fridge, stove, dishwasher, in-suite washer/dryer Heat, water, parking Pet friendly In quiet surroundings Many amenities within walking distance – Fall Special – Won’t Last Long! Call Today! 780-672-8681 Visit us on Kijiji THREE-BEDROOM HOME Stove, fridge, washer/dryer, rumpus room, garden shed Non-smokers, no pets Available immediately $1,050/mo. Call 780-672-1149 TWO-BEDROOM BASEMENT SUITE – $800/mo. includes utilities. Free laundry. Immaculate, clean, bright 1,000 sq. ft. suite. No smokers/pets please. 780608-2368.

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 PAD RENTALS AVAILABLE – Move-in incentive offered. Call Camrose Mobile Home Park, 780672-2396. TAMARACK PLACE Available now Built in 2010 Beautiful two-bedroom apartments Highways easily accessible Walking distance to shopping Security deposit only $650 780-678-2621 THREE-BEDROOM HOUSE with mother-in-law suite in basement. Close to Mirror Lake and walking path. $1,200/mo. plus utilities, $1,200 DD. No smokers, partiers or pets. Available immediately. Ph. 780-672-1998 or 780608-5629. ONE AND TWO BEDROOM SUITES – Reclaim your freedom in a spacious apartment for reasonable rates in Kensington Manor. They are newly renovated suites with large living area, new appliances, large master bedroom, walk-in storage closet and balcony with each unit. We are located close to parks and recreational facilities; we have laundry facility in the building and power to each parking stall. Rent starts at $750. Heat and hot water are included in the rent. To make an appointment for viewing please call 780-673-0049. TWO-BEDROOM APARTMENT SUITE in a quiet six-plex at 5218-51 St. on upper floor with balcony. Available now. $750/ mo. includes heat and water. No pets, smokers or partiers. Ph. 780672-5369. LARGE, CLEAN TWOBEDROOM, TWO-BATH MAIN FLOOR in Victoria Park. Five appliances, garage, modern interior. No smoking, no pets. Available immediately. $1,175/mo. plus 1/2 utilities. Oneyear lease required. Ph. 780966-1163. IDEAL FOR STUDENTS – Close to college and downtown. Two bedrooms, w/fridge, stove and microwave. Shared washer, dryer and utility bills. Available Dec. 1. 780-984-7391.

HALF DUPLEX – 1,255 sq. ft., Creekview. Three bedrooms, attached garage. $1,400/mo. Immediate possession. Call 780678-0450. OLDER FARMHOUSE – Four bedrooms. Approximately 20 miles from Camrose. $900/mo., utilities included. 780-375-2443. QUIET FILIPINO ROOMMATE WANTED for two-bedroom basement suite w/shared kitchen, bath, storage room and laundry. Please call 780-608-8709. TWO- + O NE-BEDROOM HOME IN BAWLF – Includes washer/dryer, fridge, stove. No smokers/partiers. Small pets welcome. $1,200/mo. including water/ heat. Tenant pays electric. $1,000 DD. Must supply references. 780373-3757. OFFICE SPACE – 8’ x 9’, in Camrose business centre. $150/mo. Ph. 780-672-1998 or 780-608-5629. NICE QUIET PLACE 4710-50 St. ONE-BEDROOM APARTMENT No smoking, no pets. $700/mo. Phone: 780-672-9497 or 780-781-4840 UPSTAIRS TWO-BEDROOM SUITE – $900/mo., utilities included. Basement suite, 1 bedroom, $650/mo., utilities included. Shared laundry. Ph. 780-375-2443. FIVE-BEDROOM HOUSE – Walking distance to Augustana, $1,100/mo. No pets, no partiers. Ph. 780-672-1998 or 780-608-5629. ONE-BEDROOM MAIN FLOOR SUITE IN 4-PLEX – New paint, carpet. $600/mo., heat/ water included. $600 DD. Available Dec. 1. 780-672-6924. TWO-BEDROOM BASEMENT SUITE – Newly renovated. $750/mo. includes all utilities, satellite TV and internet. Shared laundry. Ph. 780-672-9595. NEAT, BRIGHT, CENTRALLY LOCATED – Spacious twobedroom apartment. Stove, fridge, dishwasher. Clean, quiet building. No smokers, no pets. Immediate possession. 780-679-2170.

FOR RENT/SALE/LEASE PHOTOGRAPHERS – You can benefit from the 50 years this location was Camrose’s premier photo studio. This Main Street property includes studio, gallery, backdrops, lighting, props, sets, consultation space, client seating. All you need is a camera, a computer and an eye. $200/mo. will give you access to this unique facility. Four spots available. This is a real opportunity to follow your ambition and build a life in photography. For more information call 780-608-6898.


Here’s a great offer for Booster readers…

For Sale Ads! F For or items price priced at $100 or less! • Mail, fax, email or drop off your ad copy. • One item per ad – 10 word limit. • Include the price of the item in your ad. • Offer excludes living things, except when offered for free. Individuals are able to place classified ads without charge provided message relates to a personal possession and does not form part of a profession, trade or business. Any ad designed to produce an income is regarded as commercial advertising and must be a PAID AD.











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

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

BRAND NEW KENMORE SS COUNTERTOP MICROWAVE and built-in KitchenAid dishwasher, 5 years old. $125 for both. Call 780672-5526. POWER LIFT RECLINER – for small-average size person. $200. 780-672-6082. NORITAKE IMPERIAL LACE BONE CHINA – Twelveplace setting. Perfect condition. $600. Ph. 780-678-0677, leave message. GERHARD HEINTZMAN 42” piano and bench. Excellent condition, one owner. 780-672-6119. MOVING, MUST SELL – Luxury Arcese Brothers 9-pce. dining room set – dining table with two leaves, six chairs, including two captain’s chairs and two-piece china cabinet. Approximately six years old. Made in Mississauga, ON. Orig. price $7,000, $1,500 obo. Ph. 780608-7780. See Kijiji #327417402

USED FRIDGE with water/ ice dispenser, $75. Call/text 780678-6140. KENMORE BUILT-IN DISHWASHER – $50. Ph. 780-672-6140. OLDER HEINTZMLAN UPRIGHT PIANO – Offers. 780375-2443.

LIVESTOCK/FEED BEEF UP YOUR CATTLE SALES. Advertise in The Camrose Booster. Phone 780-672-3142. GELBVIEH BULLS FOR SALE – Yearling and two-year-olds, semen tested. 780-672-9950. 130 GREEN BARLEY STRAW BALES – 2 years old, 1000 lb. 780679-8261. GOVERNMENT INSPECTED FARM FRESH CHICKEN and free range brown eggs for sale. Please phone 780-855-3763. HAY FOR SALE – Large round bales, first and second cut quality horse hay and first cut quality alfalfa. No rain. 780-855-3763. JASON BI EGA N EK CUSTOM TUBGRINDING – Edberg, AB. Ph. 780-781-4228.



MISCELLANEOUS SEE THE AUTOMOTIVE SECTION STARTING ON PAGE 33 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. JOHN DEERE 140 HYDROSTATIC tractor w/47” deck plus 33” tiller attachment; HUSQVARNA 24 HP HYDROSTATIC tractor w/48”deck plus 48” Berco sweeper attachment; 10 HP ARIENS e/s 32” snowthrower plus 36” sidewalk sweeper; JD L120 HYDROSTATIC tractor w/48” deck plus 42” snowthrower attachment (LOW HOURS); ONAN 24 HP twin cylinder e/s auger engine; MIGHTYMAC 9 HP chipper/shredder; (ASST. OF SNOWTHROWERS FROM 4 HP TO 11 HP.) www. Phone 780672-7649. FIREWOOD FOR SALE – Cut, split and seasoned. Birch, spruce and poplar available. Can deliver four cords anytime. Ph. 780-3618735.

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

BUY AND SELL RECORDS, TAPES, CDs – Oldies, rock, C & W, etc. For details phone 780672-8822.


FIREWOOD FOR SALE – Poplar, birch, tamarack, spruce/pine mix. Split and seasoned, pick up or delivered. Coal Lake Wood Products, 780-387-1214.

ACREAGE ON SECONDARY HWY – To view go to, ID #147234 or call 780-679-8941. LOWERED PRICE – 1,000 sq. ft. house in Camrose. $209,500 or offers. To view go to w w w. p r o p e r t yg u y s . c o m , ID #701465 or call 780-672-5599. WE BUY HOUSES – That money pit getting you down? Will pay cash and all expenses. Please email: SEVEN QUARTERS – M ixed farm, Heisler, AB. 780-889-2126. 1999 TRIPLE M M OBILE HOME – 76’ x 16’, three bedrooms, two full baths, five appliances, cathedral ceiling, skylight, open concept. New siding, pressure tank system. Plumbed for central vacuum. Insulated skirting, eavestrough, ready to move. $57,500 obo. Call 780-688-3411. 80 ACRES – 30 km. northeast of Camrose. Twp. Rd. 480, Rge. Rd. 181. Fenced dugout, power and gas close by. Asking $95,000. 780941-2104. LAND FOR SALE, N E W NORWAY AREA – Northeast 1/4-7- 45 -2 0 -W4 a n d Southeast 1/4-7-45-20-W4. Enquire 780-855-3023. NINE ACRES NEAR CAMROSE – Newly renovated 1,100 sq. ft. house, five bedrooms, two baths, , 30’ x 40’ shop. Asking $358,000. Ph. 780-672-8092. CAMROSE COMMUNITY HOME DIRECTORY • 20 + Local Realtors • Many with web links • 500 + Categories • 900 + Local Companies • 300 + Web Links ALL AT

HUNTERS: FOR SALE – Remington Model 700 30-06 Rifle c/w scope. Ph. 780-608-5315. 20 FT. CEILING RAILS, HOVEROUND WHEELCHAIR, ELECTRIC BED – Reasonable offers. Also have electric wheelchair to rent. 780-672-7956 or 780608-9873. TRAMPOLINE – Good shape, $50; exercise machine, bowflex style, like new, $50. 780-672-3642. LARGE ASSORTMENT CHRISTMAS LIGHTS and decorations, $15. 780-672-5947. DORA DIEGO ROCKING HORSE with sounds and music, $40. 780-679-2452. POLAR WATER DISPENSER HOLDER with bottle. Two settings, $45. 780-679-9012. 25 TO 30 RESTAURANT CHAIRS, 15 COM MERCIAL LOUNGE STOOLS – Very good shape. Call 780-678-7610.

CAMROSE looking for full-time, part-time

LUBE TECHNICIANS Apply in person with resume 140, 6800-48 Avenue

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Part-time Night Management Opportunity An opening exists for a part-time Night Manager in our full-service hotel. This is a rewarding job with lots of responsibility. We’re seeking a mature individual willing to learn new management skills.

Photographer / Facebook Promoter Come take pictures of the party every Friday and Saturday night in the Tap Room. Must have own good quality camera and be comfortable with social media technology.

Yummy Dog Server As our Yummy Dog cook and server, you will be responsible for making and serving these delicious dogs to our Tap Room customers Friday and Saturday nights from 11 p.m. to 3 a.m. Competitive hourly wage and great tips! Please apply, for either of these positions, with resume, at our front desk.



* Position is permanent full-time * 40 hour week * Extended health benefits Camrose Booster uses Mac computers with Adobe programs including InDesign to create eye-catching advertisements in a weekly publication plus a variety of promotional pieces including brochures and business stationery. Qualifications: * minimum Grade 12 * competency in typing * proficiency in the use of the English language including spelling, grammar and punctuation * creative design skills Remuneration: by the hour, payable monthly, commensurate with qualifications, Please apply to: Berdie Fowler, Editor Camrose Booster Ltd. 4925-48 Street, Camrose, AB T4V 1L7 Email: stating qualifications, remuneration expectations, experience and earliest available date.

Family • Achievement • Integrity • Respect

It’s nice when you discover the job is as good as the coffee Quality Training Incentive Programs Benefits or Bonus Program HIRING 6 FOOD COUNTER ATTENDANTS 1256146 Alberta Ltd., o/a Tim Hortons 3601-48 Ave., Camrose, AB Full-time / shift work – no experience necessary $11.24 per hour plus benefits

Store Administrator Shoppers Drug Mart, located in Camrose, AB, currently has an opening for a part-time Store Administrator. The major responsibilities include as follows: - Management of accounting functions including but not restricted to Sales and Margin reporting, monitoring of cash flow, A/R and A/P. - Understanding and assisting store management in the operation of a perpetual inventory management system. - Human Resource Administration, which includes payroll and benefits administration. The successful candidate will have excellent communication, analytical and organizational skills and also be an enthusiastic participant in a team environment. Enrolment in a recognized accounting program and a working knowledge of Excel and Windows XP is an asset.

Now hiring for FT positions

This position is part-time with flexible hours. Starting salary is negotiable depending on experience.

Positions work rotating shifts of days, nights, graveyards and some weekends.

Please submit a comprehensive resume by November 18, 2011 to:

HIRING AT BOTH LOCATIONS IN CAMROSE Honesty, caring and a workplace that feels like home

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

Shoppers Drug Mart Attn: Gary Wowk Associate/Owner 180 Cornerstone 6800-48 Avenue Camrose, AB T4V 4T1 Fax 780-672-8867 No phone calls please. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Administrative Support 3 $19.06 – $23.19 per hour – Part-time / Casual An employment opportunity exists with the Ag Info Centre Branch of Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development as a part-time wage cover staff to our Camrose Field Office Administrator starting in December.

Highway 13 West, Camrose Phone 780-672-9171 Toll Free 1-877-477-9171

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: • client service, telephone and office reception • assistance with program delivery and project support • perform routine office management duties as necessary • use Microsoft Office programs to support department specialists Candidates must possess an ability to: • work independently • be able to prioritize tasks • be organized and attentive to detail • be flexible and reliable • have good written and verbal communication skills • proficient in Microsoft Office – Word, Excel, etc. • maintain a positive attitude in a variety of diverse work situations • work effectively within the office and within the Field Office Administrator team Qualifications: • High School graduation plus one year of related experience is required. Equivalencies will be considered. • An agricultural background would be an asset, but is not a requirement. Wage commensurate with qualifications and experience. Please drop off, mail or fax your resume on or before Friday, November 18, 2011 to: Kara McCarthy, Field Office Administrator Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development 5712-48 Ave., Camrose, AB T4V 0K1 Fax 780-679-5175

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

SPECIAL PROJECTS LABOURER As part of the special projects team the ideal candidate has a mechanical aptitude, knowledge of hand tools and a valid driver’s license. Individuals must be reliable, punctual, willing and able to work shift work, weekends and nights. We offer competitive wages, RRSP and benefit package. Please submit your resume to: BPPC Ltd. 5233-39 Street, Camrose, AB T4V 4R5 Fax: 1-877-208-9942 Email:

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If learning and science inspire you…

Your Calling is at Covenant Health currently has various positions available at St. Mary’s Hospital, Camrose, including: Occupational Therapist II Temporary Part Time Start Date: Feb 1, 2011 End Date: March 2013 0.75 FTE

Registered Nurses to work in the Emergency Room Please submit resume’s via email to

Covenant Health is Canada’s largest Catholic provider of healthcare, serving 12 communities across Alberta. For information or to apply, visit

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

If you share our passion for quality at every level – in the work we do, in the products we sell, and the people we work with – then Viterra is the place for you.

Quality ingredients start with quality people. Manager, Customer Service II – Grain Stettler, AB We are looking for an experienced, customer service orientated individual to join our team. This position will be accountable for obtaining business results through developing and maintaining relationships with customers within a defined area as well as being responsible for managing and operating a high volume grain handling facility, and conducting business on-farm within a defined market area. On a rotational basis, this position may serve as a team leader for assigned grain handling facilities within the area. The qualified applicant will have their grade 12 or recognized equivalent, supplemented with successful completion of an Agri-Business Certificate, or equivalent post-secondary education and working towards and/or maintaining standing as a Certified Crop Advisor is preferred combined with 5 to 7 years of progressively responsible experience in agri-business and/or other related customer service function. Equivalent combinations of education and experience resulting in the required level of knowledge, competencies, skills and abilities may be considered. Designation as a Professional Agronomist would be preferred. Must possess a valid class 5 driver’s license. Tracking number 1911. Viterra offers a competitive salary, employee share purchase and benefits plan. For more information and to apply, please visit The closing date for applications is November 14, 2011.

Camrose Super 8 Camrose is accepting applications for:

Part-time Front Desk / Night Auditor We offer competitive wages, bonuses, health benefits, RRSP plans and the opportunity to work with a caring team in a professional environment. Experience is an asset but we will train the right person if they are hard working and reliable. Apply with resume in person to: Super 8 Motel, 4710-73 Street, Camrose; by fax to 780-672-7347 or by email to

Full-Time Grader Operator (Oiling and Road Maintenance) Flagstaff County invites applications for a permanent full-time Grader Operator (Oiling and Road Maintenance), with employment to commence as soon as possible. Flagstaff County provides a competitive salary, benefits package and pension plan. Function: To perform grader work required within the oiling, road recovery and road maintenance programs, as set out by the Field Coordinator (Oiling). For a complete job description please view our website at Qualifications: Valid driver’s license (minimum Class 3), personal suitability, 2-3 years’ experience in motor grader operating and any related courses would be an asset; however, we are willing to train a selected candidate. For more information, contact Gary Longhe, Field Coordinator-Oiling at 780-384-4126 or 780-390-0310 (cell). Resumés indicating “Full-Time Grader Operator (Oiling and Road Maintenance)” must be received by 11:00 a.m., Friday, November 18, 2011. Please submit resumes to: Gary Longhe, Field Coordinator-Oiling, Flagstaff County, Box 358, Sedgewick, AB T0B 4C0 or fax to 780-384-3635 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.

Viterra is an exciting, growing, and dynamic global company that provides premium quality food ingredients to the world’s most discerning food manufacturers. Together, we seek to fulfill the nutritional needs of people everywhere.


ASSISTANT CONTROLLER OPENING AT EAST CENTRAL ALBERTA’S FASTEST GROWING AUTO RETAILER D&D Sales, now through November 18, is accepting applications for the perfect candidate to assist our Controller. Experience in the industry will be an asset. You will oversee others in the department and be directly involved in accounts payable and receivable. You will be skilled (trained in all aspects of general accounting, ledger activity, payroll, GST and WCB). We need a team leader with management skills! Benefits and competitive salary paid. Apply with resume to

VEHICLE SALES & SERVICE 3760-48 Ave., Camrose 780-672-4400

Employment Opportunity REQUEST FOR APPLICATIONS FOR GRAVEL HAULING Camrose County invites applications from Gravel Hauling Contractors for the County’s 2012 Gravel Haul. The Gravel Haul consists of winter gravel hauling from January 2012 to April 2012 to complete the 2012 Road Gravelling Program. The 2012 Gravel Haul Agreements may be obtained from the Camrose County Public Works Office, located at 3755-43 Avenue, Camrose. The deadline for applications is 11:00 a.m., November 30, 2011. Please contact Al Kruger, Assistant Manager of Public Works at 780-672-4449 for further information.

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Sorenson pays tribute to all who Licensed Automotive have served Kevin Sorenson, M.P., Crowfoot

During Veterans’ Week Canadians pay tribute to the generations of men and women in uniform who have answered the call of duty and served our country. As your Member of Parliament, I a m proud to report to you that throughout our large riding remarkable numbers of constituents young and old attend events to commemorate Canada’s Veterans, particularly on Remembrance Day. We have many Canadian military veterans living in our riding. Our Crowfoot Constituency office has been busy arranging the distribution of numerous Government of Canada Remembrance Day Wreaths. Communities that ask for them receive them. T hey are to be laid at Remembrance services throughout Crowfoot. Some of the smaller communities don’t have a Royal Canadian Legion Branch or a Cenotaph, yet they have requested a Veterans’ Day Wreath for the ceremony they will be holding. From the First and Second World Wars, to the Korean War, to the mission in Afghanistan and numerous peacekeeping assignments, our Troops have always stood up for Canadian values – f ighting with bravery, courage and dedication. W e pay tribute to the bravery and unwavering determination of those soldiers who lost their lives in battles past, and we recognize the Canadian soldiers who are working to defend Canadian values of freedom, democracy and the rule of law. I will be speaking at the Remembrance Day Ceremony in Gleichen this year. I w ill be expressing the emotions and citing the themes that Canadians have come to identify with during Remembrance Day ceremonies. My speeches on these occasions recall and share the experience I had in 2008 representing Canada in France and Belgium to mark the 90th Anniversary of the End of the First World War. In 2010, when I was the Chair of the Special Committee on Canada’s Mission in Afghanistan I had the privilege of travelling to Afghanistan and met many of the 2,800 Canadians who were performing the difficult ‘hands-on’ work of Canada’s Mission in Afghanistan. A s well, I met numerous Afghanis, government officials, military personnel and local citizens. Afghanistan has been a nation in conflict for many decades. I could see in the eyes of the folks I met that they yearned for a time when they could live in peace – free of persecution and violence. Many spoke of concerns for their families and the hopes they had for future generations. Canadians serving abroad are also quick to talk about missing their loved ones – and


We offer competitive wages, beneďŹ ts and a large, clean shop with the latest in tools and equipment. Factory training provided.

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Experience is preferred but we will train the right candidate. This is an excellent entry-level job into automotives. Deliver your resumĂŠ or email or or or apply in person to Ed or Mike.

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SMS Equipment in Red Deer is Hiring! SMS Equipment Inc. supplies equipment parts and service to the construction, forestry and mining industries and utility product users. It was created to provide customers with integrated solutions and to expand our service capabilities as a nationwide organization.

Sales Representative The Role: The Sales Representative is responsible for: s -ANAGINGTHESALESOFNEWEQUIPMENTBY s #OLLABORATINGWITHTHE3ALES-ANAGERTOSETQUOTAS IMPLEMENTSALESACTION plans, and monitor economic trends and new product development s 0REPARINGSALESPRESENTATIONS CONTRACTSANDPROPOSALSIEPROACTIVE equipment replacement proposals). s %STABLISHINGANDBUILDINGSTRONGCUSTOMERRELATIONSHIPSTHATALLOWFORNEW continual and ongoing representation reinforced by sales programs. s )NITIATINGDIRECTSALESACTIVITIESWITHEXISTINGCUSTOMERSANDNEWPROSPECTS within assigned territories s !CTINGASACUSTOMERREPRESENTATIVEFOR3-3ANDASFOCALPOINTFOR communication between customer and SMS s !SSISTINGCUSTOMERSINIMPLEMENTINGEQUIPMENTCHANGESFORIMPROVEMENTAND reduced operating costs s 5TILIZINGTHE#OMPANYSTECHNICAL SALESANDPROMOTIONALRESOURCESTOGENERATE leads and achieve sales goals. s )NADDITIONTOTHEABOVEACTIVITIES THE3ALES2EPRESENTATIVEWILLPARTICIPATEIN major promotions, new product launches and new marketing initiatives. QualiďŹ cations: s 5NDERGRADUATEDEGREEINBUSINESSMARKETINGORARELATEDlELD4HISMAYINCLUDE post-secondary education in a skilled trade s 0REFERENCEWILLBEGIVENTO YEARSOFWORKEXPERIENCEWITHINTHEMINING INDUSTRIALCONSTRUCTIONINDUSTRY s 4HEABILITYTOOPERATEINADIVERSEENVIRONMENTWITHASIGNIlCANTFOCUSONCLIENT and customer relations s 3TRONGCOMPUTERSKILLSWITHTHEABILITYTODEMONSTRATEPROlCIENCYINSOFTWAREAPPLICATIONS s 4HESUITABLECANDIDATEWILLPOSSESSEXCELLENTABILITIESBEABLETOCONSISTENTLY MAKEINTELLIGENTDECISIONSUNDERPRESSUREPOSSESSGOODJOBATTITUDEANDBE dependable, innovative and creative. This is a very exciting time to be a part of SMS Equipment Inc. We are one of the largest Komatsu dealers in the world and believe our continued growth is a result of our highly skilled and engaged employees who deliver excellence in the workplace. If you are interested in working for a very dynamic company where your input, your ideas and your participation is valued, apply today. Our growth means your success. 1UALIlEDAPPLICANTSAREINVITEDTOSUBMITTHEIRRESUMEBYE MAILORFAXquoting reference number TSR-138-10-110211 to:

Full- and/or Part-time Employment Opportunities at Harley’s Liquor Store – Weekdays, Evenings and Weekends – Positions available:

E-mail: &AX For more information please visit our website at:


SALES/WAREHOUSE ASSISTANT Duties: Cashier, customer service, inventory (ordering and receiving), merchandising and displays, computer, inventory shipping and receiving, stocking shelves, general maintenance duties, operation of a forklift, heavy lifting, store cleanliness. Alternate weekends, days and evenings.

SALES CLERKS Duties: Cashier, customer service, inventory and more. This part-time position is only for evenings and weekends. Salary will be based on experience. Successful applicants must be self-motivated, a team player, with a friendly, outgoing personality and be neat in appearance. Please forward your resumĂŠ, with references, to: Email: Fax: 780-672-2394 Deliver: 6520-48 Avenue, Camrose, AB

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

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

our country. These Canadians are convinced that Canada is the best place in the world to live. While heroic Canadians risk their lives overseas, mothers, fathers, wives and children wait patiently on home soil for their loved ones to return – p raying for their safety. It’s certain that the conflicts of today look much different than those in the past. However, it is still fathers, mothers, sons, and daughters who put everything on the line to stand up for what they believe in – the values that we as Canadians hold dear. For the rest of us who owe

our freedom to the service of both the past and present generations, it is o ur duty to support and remember. On behalf of Prime Minister Stephen Harper and the Government of Canada, I want to thank those who have served, and those who continue to serve our great country. Lest we forget. If you have any questions or concerns regarding this or previous columns you may write me at 4945-50th Street, Camrose, Alberta, T4V 1P9, call 780-608-4600, toll-free 1-800-665-4358, fax 780-6084603 or e-mail sorenk1@ parl.

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Administrative Assistant Pyramid Corporation is looking for a part-time Administrative Assistant to join our Camrose team! Skills and Experience: • Excellent organizational, planning, communication and interpersonal skills • Basic to intermediate MS Office Suite experience • Outstanding ‘people skills’ and customer service • 1-3 years’ previous experience in Office Administration • Must be local to Camrose and area We offer excellent wages, benefits, room for advancement, and more! Please note that only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. Please forward resumes with Ref# AACAM to: Email: Fax: 780-955-4473

B) 0.388 HECTARES (0.96 OF AN ACRE) MORE OR LESS FOR ROAD, AS SHOWN ON ROAD PLAN 3656MC C) ALL THAT PORTION REQUIRED FOR LAGOON SITE AS SHOWN OUTLINED IN RED ON RIGHT OF WAY PLAN 5482MC, CONTAINING 1.60 HECTARES (3.96 ACRES) MORE OR LESS. EXCEPTING THEREOUT ALL MINES AND MINERALS (PROPERTY HAS 130 +/- CULTIVATED ACRES, FENCED SEEDED PASTURE, DUGOUT ) #2. THE SOUTH WEST QUARTER OF SECTION ELEVEN (11) TOWNSHIP FORTY THREE (43) RANGE SIXTEEN (16) WEST OF THE FOURTH MERIDIAN CONTAINING 65.2 HECTARES (161 ACRES) MORE OR LESS EXCEPTING THEREOUT: 0.405 HECTARES (1 ACRE) MORE OR LESS, AS SHOWN ON ROAD PLAN 3656 M.C. EXCEPTING THEREOUT ALL MINES AND MINERALS AND THE RIGHT TO WORK THE SAME (PROPERTY HAS 125 +/- CULTIVATED ACRES, FENCED SEEDED PASTURE, DUGOUT, AND INCLUDES 3 BEDROOM 1345 SQ. FT. HOME, DETACHED 2 CAR GARAGE AND 24 x 58 SHED) 2011 property taxes have been paid in full by Vendor and will not be adjusted. Tenders in sealed envelopes marked “Bendfeld Tender”, with tenderer’s GST number and accompanied by a certified cheque or bank draft made payable to “Andreassen Borth In Trust”, for 5% of the amount of the tender, must be delivered before 12:00 noon on November 18, 2011, to the offices of Andreassen Borth, 5014-50 Street, P.O. Box 727, Killam, Alberta, T0B 2L0, phone 780-385-3670. Tenderers may tender on one or both parcels. Unless the tender specifies that the owner can only accept or reject the entire tender, owner may accept the tender as to one parcel and reject the tender as to the other parcel. Tenders will not be opened in public. The balance of the purchase price shall be paid to Andreassen Borth on or before December 16, 2011. Tenders are irrevocable and shall remain open until dealt with by the offices of Andreassen Borth. If a successful tenderer does not complete the purchase after acceptance of that tender, their deposit shall be forfeited. The highest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. The owner reserves the right to reject any and all tenders. Deposits received from unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them as soon as possible. For further information please contact 780-889-2159.

To serve our customers, we have career opportunies for:

Class 1 Delivery Driver

As an integral part of our TEAM, you will benefit from a total reward philosophy, which includes a compeve wage, Superior group benefits, RRSP Program, an annual performance and safety awards program as well as a whole lot of Rewarding FUN. Submit your résumé and abstract to: Hi-Way 9 Express Ltd. 4224-37 Street, Camrose, AB T4V 5B2 Fax: 403-823-4285 Email:

CAMROSE COUNTY NOTIFICATION EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2012 The West Dried Meat Lake Regional Landfill will no longer be accepting Agricultural Plastics (silage covers, grain bags, plastic twine) co-mingled with the Municipal Solid Waste. Separated Agricultural Plastics may be delivered to the landfill for disposal and recycling. For information please contact the Landfill at 780-877-2269 or Camrose County at 780-672-4765.

Village of Ferintosh Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, the Village of Ferintosh will offer for sale, the following lands: Lot 8 4, 5, 6 7, 8

Block 10 4 4

Plan 1891AB 1891AB 1891AB

Address 202 Beaver Street 312 Main Street 312 Main Street

Description Residential Commercial Empty Lots

Price $17,500 $33,000 $ 6,000

Each parcel will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations and conditions contained in the existing Certificate of Title. The land and / or buildings are being offered for sale on an “as is” basis. The Village makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to condition of services, soil, land district, building and development conditions, or absence or presence of environmental contamination, vacant possession, or the developability of the property for the purchaser’s intended use. No bids will be accepted where a bidder attempts to attach conditions to the sale. No terms or conditions of sale will be considered other than those approved by Village Council. Terms: Payment accepted in form of cash, money order, bank draft, or certified cheque Dated at Ferintosh, Alberta, October 27, 2011. Patrick Risk, Chief Administration Officer

Satisfaction survey gathering residents' feedback

Reeve Don Gregorwich

Submitted by Camrose County Camrose County recently mailed every household in the County the 2011 Camrose County Satisfaction Survey. County Reeve, Don Gregorwich said, “This survey will give us a chance to get feedback from residents” and “help us as we plan in both the short and long term for budgeting as we

are continuing to receive more requests for services.” One of the most vital factors of a successful organization is communication. The surveys will also “give reactions as to how we are trying to communicate with residents,” stated Reeve Gregorwich. Many media forms, including newspapers, personal mail-outs, Facebook, and Twitter, are being used by the County today. The survey

will allow residents to give feedback about what form of communication they prefer. The active participation of County residents in completing the survey is critical in providing information about current issues, County operations, and public communication. The survey is thorough but easy to complete and residents have been given addressed and postage paid envelopes to return

the surveys. Completed surveys may also be dropped off in person at the Camrose County Office. County residents have until December 15, 2011, to provide their feedback and return the surveys. “We are always looking for innovative ideas which will save the County money and improve efficiency,” said Reeve Gregorwich.

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City Watch The latest News, Notices and Information from The City of Camrose •

780-672-4426 2012 Volunteer Opportunities Are you passionate about your community? Consider volunteering! The City of Camrose continues to seek applicants to serve on the following boards and committees: • • • • • • • • •

Assessment Review Boards Airport Commission Affordable Housing Committee Camrose/Japan Friendship Society Camrose Public Library Green Action Committee Municipal Planning Advisory Committee Social Planning Advisory Committee Subdivision and Development Appeal Board

The above boards and committees serve a variety of roles, from quasi-judicial decision making to social and environmental advisory functions. The City accepts applications year round and would be happy to hear from you! For more information on available opportunities, or to obtain an application form, visit or contact City Hall at 780-672-4426.

You’re Invited! Budget Open House Are Camrose’s parks important to you?

The City will be holding a budget open house on Tuesday, November 15, 2011 from 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in Council Chambers at City Hall.

The City of Camrose, with help from Dillon Consulting, is developing a Green Space Master Plan (GSMP), which will guide the development and growth of Camrose’s Green Space System (including parks and trails) over the next 15 years.

Members of the public are encouraged to attend the open house to take a detailed look at the preliminary 2012 – 2014 Operating and 2012 – 2016 Capital Budgets. Representatives from Council and Administration will be present to answer your questions and gather your comments.

One of the first steps in this process is to meet with interested residents and stakeholders (that means you!) to talk about the future park system you’d like to see in your city.

Drop in any time during the open house to share your budget priorities! For additional information, please contact City Hall at 780-672-4426 or visit If you are unable to attend the open house, you may email your questions or comments to financialservices@

If parks are important to you, we invite you to bring your experience and ideas to our Public Information Session. WHEN: Tuesday, November 15, 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. WHERE: Stoney Creek Centre at 53 Street and 39 Avenue Drop in for five or 50 minutes to learn about the process, and tell us your thoughts on Camrose’s green spaces. What do you like? Could anything improve? Refreshments will be available and there will be door prizes for lucky attendees.

For more information contact: City of Camrose Paul Nielsen, Manager Community Services 780-672-9195 or

PUBLIC NOTICE A Development Permit has been approved to permit a Limited Group Home at the following location: 5603-47A Avenue – Known as Lot 3A, Block 02, Plan 730TR (Legal land Description) This property is located within an R2A Single family and Duplex District and a Limited Group Home is considered a discretionary use in this district and public notification is required. Any person having objection to this development or seeking further information may contact the Development Officer in person at the City of Camrose, Planning and Development, Mirror Lake Centre at 5415-49 Avenue, Camrose, AB or by mail at the City of Camrose, 5204-50 Avenue, Camrose, AB T4V 0S8. Phone 780-678-3044. Objections or comments on this application must be received within six (6) days of the date of this notice.

BIRTHS DEATHS To K aitlin and Matthew Kate Golembuski, of EdmonDavies, of Camrose, on October 25, a son. To Natasha Brown and Derek Serbu, of Tofield, on October 26, a daughter. To Susan and Greg Lavoie, of Meeting Creek, on October 29, a daughter.

ton, on November 1, at 100 years of age. Eleanor Mercier, of Camrose, on November 3, at 90 years of age. Lyle Sheets, of Kelsey, on November 5, at 80 years of age.

Dillon Consulting Limited Alex Taylor, RPP, MCIP Project Manager 403-215-8885 x 4246

Copies of the preliminary budgets are available at City Hall or on the City’s webpage.

CITY COUNCIL Change of Meeting Time City Council will be holding the November 14, 2011 Council Meeting at 2:30 p.m. to accommodate 2012 budget discussions. This meeting will take place in Council Chambers at City Hall. For more information, please contact City Hall at 780-672-4426 or visit the City’s website


Camrose Premier Residential Subdivision CALL OR WRITE US 780-678-3025 Ray Telford

Economic Development

NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS Estate of CLINTON JOSEPH LUCIUK, who died on October 15, 2011. If you have a claim against this estate, you must file your claim by December 15, 2011, and provide details of your claim with MARGARET WEIR 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.

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Leo Carl Wiberg

Delmer Albin Davidson

Eleanor Anne Rosland

Leo was born September 14, 1937 to parents Jenny and John Wiberg, and passed away suddenly on October 21, 2011. Leo was married for 52 years to Elaine (Humbke), and to this union was born Darren, Lorrinda and Randy. Leo started his employment career at the age of 16 hauling water for an oil rig, then working for various other companies before proceeding into the field of e ducation. He started as an elementary-junior high teacher at Kingman while continuing to attend the University of A lberta to complete a Ba chelor of Arts and a Ba chelor of E ducation. Leo moved to being principal at Ferintosh, then principal at New Norway School. Leo worked proudly as a teacher for over 30 years, all the while staying committed to his role as Dad, and even c oaching many of h is children’s sports teams. Leo was extremely active in sports playing baseball and hockey – even playing hockey well into his 60s. Along with Leo’s values for family, education and sports, Leo loved farming. But Leo will probably most be remembered for his love to chat. He enjoyed hearing people’s stories. Leo’s passion for life, for his family, and compassion for others was a blessing, and he truly adored and loved his three children, six grandchildren and one great-grandson. Leo is survived by his loving wife of 5 2 years, Elaine; his children Darren (Cynthia), Lorrinda (David) and Randy (Erica); and his six much-adored grandchildren Justine, Cale, Katelyn, Kendyl, Mikaela and Quinn; his precious great-grandson Riley; four siblings Melvin (Lillian), Vina, Ralph (Elsie) and Les (BJ); and brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law Stan (Anneliese), Len (Pat), Louise (Stan), Shirley (Bob) and Ron. Leo was predeceased by his parents John and Jenny; sisters Jesse and Irene; and brother Louis. Funeral services were held on Wednesday, October 26, 2 011 at 1: 00 p.m. from Camrose United Church (4829-50 Street, Camrose) with Mary Ann Pastuck officiating. Inurnment took place in Valleyview Cemetery, Camrose. Memorial contributions are gratefully accepted to the charity of one’s choice. T o send condolences, please visit

Delmer Albin Davidson was born on May 19, 1944 in Camrose, Alberta. He grew up on the family farm at Joseph Lake with his six brothers and sisters. He frequently spoke of t he “good old days”, all the chores done before the long trek to school in the mornings. Del eventually left the nest and worked a f ew jobs before starting up h is company in Medicine Hat, eventually finding his way to Hanna. Del enjoyed the classics, whether it was a movie, airplane or a ca r – the older the better. “They just don’t make them like they used to you know.” He also enjoyed camping and golfing. Del was a very generous man and enjoyed the act of giving, from the infamous “Sante Clause” to making sure his coworkers were well looked after. But the most important things in Del’s life were his grandkids. Lukas, Jax and Jorja were the lights in his life. Del is survived by his parents Arnold and Ada Huebner of Tofield; his daughter Dezerée Strauss (Blaine) of Forestburg; three grandchildren Lukas, Jax and Jorja; siblings Jarrett Huebner (Shirley) of E dmonton, Clarence Huebner (Carol) of Hay L akes, Terrance Huebner (Donna) of Hay L akes, Annabelle Heinz (Richard) of Camrose, and Robert Huebner of Tofield; nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends. Del was predeceased by his father Carston Davidson (1945), brother Ryan Davidson, sister Shirley Radawetz (2001) and son Quinton Davidson (1984). A Memorial Service was held in Hay Lakes on Tuesday November 1, 2011. Pastor Bolstad officiated the service. As an expression of sympathy, donations may be made to Hanna Hospital Auxiliary Foundation, P.O. Box 23, Ha nna, AB T0J 1P0; Canadian Cancer Society, Alberta/ NWT Division, 200-325 Manning Road NE, Calgary, AB T2E 2P5; or STARS Air Ambulance, STARS Calgary Base, Head Office, 1441 Aviation Park NE, Box 570 Calgary, Alberta T2E 8M7. Condolences may be offered at

Eleanor Rosland passed away on Saturday, October 29, 2011 at the age of 101. She was born in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota on June 26, 1910, the youngest daughter of William and Anna (Fetzner) Haspel. Eleanor came to Canada in 1912 with her parents and oldest sister Rose to a homestead north of Camrose which had already been cleared by her father and grandfather Anton Haspel in 1902. Eleanor married Oscar Rosland in 1931 and their daughter Marjorie was born in 1938. Eleanor leaves to mourn her daughter Marjorie (Don) Dorosz and her granddaughter Daryl Ann (Jim) Edwards all of Ca lgary; her b rother William Haspel and sister Genevieve Bradbury both of Minnesota; she is also survived by her sisterin-law Jeanette Holt of Bashaw; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Eleanor also leaves to mourn many special relatives who gave Mom s o much support during her st ay in the hospital, Irene Sharkey of Ca mrose, Diane Bentley of M innesota, Joan (John) McDougall of C hampion, Darrell and Lila Rosland of Ca mrose, and Norma Wright of Bashaw. Funeral services were held on Thursday, November 3, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. from Burgar Memorial Chapel with Rev. Brian Hunter officiating. Interment followed in Valleyview Cemetery, Camrose. Memorial contributions are gratefully accepted to the charity of one’s choice. T o send condolences, please visit

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

Hanna Funeral Chapel Phone 403-854-4988

In loving memory of

Eleanor Irene Graham January 12, 1939 – November 12, 2010 If roses grew in Heaven, Lord, please pick a bunch for me And place them in my Mother’s arms Telling her they are from me. Tell her that I love and miss her, And when she turns to smile, Place a kiss upon her cheek, And hold her for awhile. Because remembering her is easy, I do it every day. There is an ache within my heart Because I am missing her today. Lovingly remembered, Deb, Bob and family, Darcy, Sheri


Our dedicated team of funeral directors and colleagues: (Front L-R): Rod Madison, Karla Kerr, Leeann Zellweger, Alver Person (Back L-R): Robert Lyslo, Cam Parker, Jim Gillespie, Bob Hanrahan, Barrie Fenby, John Person

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Phone 780-672-2121


“Our family serving your family since 1906”

What flowers say when your heart is too full to express Flowers say love, care and concern. They show your respect and offer comfort. They’re a visible expression of sympathy and love. FLOWERS AT A FUNERAL… “They are important”

The most important way to remember those you will never forget.

Pedersen’s Florists Next to Duff Layton’s 4936-50 Street, Camrose 780-672-2553 Email:

In loving memory of

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


who passed away on November 11, 2006 Three little words, “Forget me not” Don’t seem much, but mean a lot. Just a memory, fond and true, To show, dear Mother, we think of you. Five years have passed, yet we still miss your love and comfort. You will never be forgotten. Love Karin, Kevin, Lil and families

In loving memory of

Audrey Florence Makarowski

who passed away on November 11, 2004 The world lost a wonderful and loving person seven years ago today. Though we know Heaven has welcomed her, our hearts still feel the sorrow. Lovingly remembered, Miss you Wife, Mom and Grandma, – Lawrence Makarowski and families

Experience and Expertise In loving memory of

Brett Starcheski February 12, 1982 – November 12, 2005 Remembering you is easy We do it every day, But missing you is a heartache That will never go away. Love you forever, love you for always, Mom, Mike, Sarah, Lily, Nixon, family and friends

Estate Planning

• Wills • Enduring Power of Attorney • Personal Directives

Estate Administration

• Legal services associated with probate of the will

4918-51 Street, Camrose Phone 780-672-8851

In loving memory of

Helen MacLean who passed away on November 8, 2005 Six years have passed by so quickly, yet our memories of your friendship will never fade Love Cindy and Max

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A year filled with new experiences By Dan Jensen

Jason Robert Knudson June 26, 1987 – November 15, 2010 It’s been one year since you’ve been gone, A year we thought was far too long. Thoughts of you still bring laughter and tears, As they always will through the coming years. Your face is missed dearly and your smile is desired, If only you knew all the love you’ve inspired. If only we could have one more hour, month or year, A thought we all share and hold very near. During your time here on earth, you touched our hearts and showed us life’s true worth. We are glad to have shared a moment with you and are honoured to have k nown you. I now truly believe that only the good die young! We miss you, Jason, and love you, too. Loving you always and forever, Lori, family and many friends

In loving memory of

Alice Kushnerik who passed away on November 4, 2005 Six years have passed since that sad day, When one we loved was called away; God took her home, it was His will, But in our hearts, she liveth still. You are loved and missed by all, Your family In loving memory of

Ryan Henderson February 1, 1983 – November 9, 2009 Remember him with a smile today, He was not one for tears. Reflect instead on memories Of all the happy years. Recall to mind the way he spoke, And all the things he said. His strength, his courage, the way he lived, Remember these instead. He was a very special man, His eyes that shone with laughter, So much of him that never dies, But lives on ever after. Love always, Mom, Dad and Ashley “No day shall erase you from the memory of time.” Love Lindsay, Trevor and Ethan Always remembered

Ryan Henderson February 1, 1983 – November 9, 2009 When we think of y ou, we smile, remembering your caring, sense of humour, your little jokes and the love you gave. You will always be there in our hearts. Love Grandpa and Grandma P.

The last two months have been full of new experiences for Feyannie Hung. Since arriving in Camrose August 31, the 15-year-old Rotary Club of Camrose Daybreak exchange student from Taiwan has climbed a mountain, attended two hockey games, curled, and dressed up for an evening of looking for Halloween treats. "It is all so new and so different," said Hung. One of the things Hung has noticed most is how much bigger and roomier Canada is than Taiwan, which has 23 million people crowded into a space the size of Vancouver Island. "Everything is bigger here: the house, the truck and the country," said Hung. "It isn't like it is a t home where I live with my parents in a tiny apartment in the capital city of Tai Pei." Hung will be staying with four Rotary host families during her year in Canada, starting with Larry and Patrice Johnson. "I thought it would be best if she stayed with us first so I could see how she was doing at school and if there were going to be any problems, which there have not," said Patrice, who is pa st president of the Daybreak Rotary Club of Camrose and teacher at the Composite High School. "It is really fun for Larry and I to have her because we don't have any kids at home anymore. Every night we sit down at supper to talk and find out what kind of day she has had." Hung said everyone with whom she has come into contact has been very nice. "There was a welcome party for me last week that was really nice," she said. Hung's father is chair of a construction company in Taiwan, while her mother works in insurance. In the time they have been separated from each other they have been able to keep in contact through the Skype program. "They say they miss me a lot

but it seems I don't have the time to miss them because I have been doing so much," said Hung. While the Johnsons try to accommodate her by cooking the dishes she likes, Hung has had to adjust to a d ifferent diet that includes more potatoes than rice and noodles. "Here you have potatoes for every meal," said Hung. "In Taiwan every meal has rice or something that is made with rice – rice noodles and rice hamburgers. We also have soup for every meal. Here in Canada it is a d rink of water or something else." Hung spent the Thanksgiving weekend at Canmore, where she and her counsellor were able to do a b it of rock climbing and enjoy the views of the Canmore valley. By the time she got back home she had bruises all over her legs. "I really loved it," she said. "I have never seen a view that was so beautiful." More recently, Hung attended a R otary conference with the 22 other exchange students in Rotary District 5370. "It was like a little United Nations gathering with teens from all over the world waving the flags of their country," she said. On a trip to Edmonton, Hung visited West Edmonton Mall, where she marvelled over the wave pool and indoor skating rink, not to mention the many shopping opportunities. "I spent a little bit of money," she explained, laughing. "We have lots of malls in Taiwan but nothing as big as that. Hung was also impressed with the food court. "You could get everything you wanted to eat," she said. "In Taiwan you have to go to different streets for different types of foods. At t he food court everything was together." Hung is happy to share about Taiwan with everyone who will listen. She notes that her country is w ell-known for the manufacture of computers like

Feyannie Hung and her host mother, Patrice Johnson.

Acer and HTC cell phones, and is home to the winner of this year's LPGA tour. On September 30, 2007, the ruling Democratic Progressive Party approved a resolution asserting separate identity from China and called for the enactment of a new constitution for a "normal country". It also called for general use of "Taiwan" as the island's name, without abolishing its formal name, the Republic of China. Hung is taking mostly Grade 10 option courses at CCHS, which means she will have to take her normal Grade 10 schooling when she goes back to Taiwan next July. "I have never taken classes

in cosmetology, drama or fashion before," she said. Hung hasn't decided what she wants to do for a career, but wouldn't be surprised if it has something to do with music or photography. "I love music and I can write lyrics to songs," she said. "As for photography I took more than 900 photos in just a few days at the Rotary conference." One thing Hung is still waiting to experience is the Canadian winter. "In Taiwan the coldest temperature I have ever experienced is two degrees," she said. "I've been told that in Canada the temperatures can go down to minus 30 or even minus 40."

CCHS getting ready for next Challenge Day By Murray Green

The Camrose Composite High School will be holding a Challenge Day involving about 120 students on Tuesday, Nov. 29, to change the way students view other classmates. The Challenge Day vision is that all children live in a w orld where they feel safe, loved and celebrated. "The Challenge Day is designed to stop all forms of bullying and oppression. It gives students an awareness that just because people are different, it doesn't mean we need to look at them that way. It is about acceptance and understanding," said program leader Joanne Miske. A full day of activities will be led by principal Jim Ofrim, and fellow staff member Joanne Miske and other committee members. "We will have about 115 students, and five or six will be from Charlie Killam School. We will have between 25 to 30 adult facilitators. They will be a cross section of people from Rotary members to our DARE officer." The Challenge Day mission is to provide youth and their communities with experiential

Students raise their hands during the last Challenge Day.

programs that demonstrate the possibility of love and connection through the celebration of diversity, truth and full expression. "We like to have a lot of Grade 10 participation because they then have the option of joining our Be the Change group at the high school," added Ms. Miske. "We will be recruiting a few students who are in Grade 12, because they participated in the event when they were in Grade 10. We want some of that leadership in the program. There will be approximately 20 of

those students on top of the 115 we have planned." Ms. Miske said the students who have been through the program before help spread the word about the Challenge Day and they create excitement about it. "We pick students at random, but we also try to select some from each of the groups throughout the high school," she explained. "We want someone from each of the groups such as arts, athletics or gay straight alliance group. It gives us a good cross section of students."

The CCHS Challenge Day is sponsored locally by the Camrose Daybreak Rotary, Enerplus, Battle River School Division and the Camrose Kodiaks. The Be the Change group carries the message from the Challenge Day to the other students throughout the rest of the year. "The group forms after Challenge Day. It includes students who want to make a difference. These students are willing to make a c hange about themselves. They are a g roup that likes to do good things around the school and it is open to everyone. They run with the energy that was created at Challenge Day and it all depends on the group of people that come together." They schedule events such as random acts of kindness, fundraisers and events to encourage student involvement. "The message we want to get across is that no matter how different people are, they are still people. We shouldn't be judging others and at the end of the day, we are pretty much all the same, and to accept others as they are."

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