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Always better – always better read

In the groove of celebrating the life of Greg Shute are: Back: Ryan Baumle, Jamie Mohler, Steven Blum, Wes Baumle Front: Robyn Ogonoski, Debbie Lindstrand Inset Photo: The Late Gregg Shute

Inside Your Financial Future . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 City of Camrose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Entertainment and Dining . . . . . . . . 13 to 15 Seniors’ Scene . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 and 17 On the Road . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 and 19 Obituaries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 and 23 Who Can I Count On? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Classifieds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 to 30

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Gregg Shute may be gone, but clearly he is anything but forgotten. “The Shuter Crue” – people who were touched by the amazing life of Gregg, who perished in a car accident in May of 2009 – will once again host

Shuter Tribute Day

in an effort to commemorate his unselfish lifestyle and passion for life. Held every other year, Shuter Tribute Day has raised, and continues to raise, an impressive amount of money for youth who want to participate or excel in the fields of art or music. Small rural schools in Daysland, Round Hill, Viking and Ryley have each been able to afford new sound equipment or musical instruments from this enduring initiative. As well, children who could not otherwise afford drama club, band fees or accessories to allow participation have been helped in significant numbers. This unique celebration of a loved one’s life continues to grow beyond even the most optimistic expectation. It will again feature Big Smoke Revival (a Camrose Band) as well as Five of Diamonds (Hanna-based musicians) and talented youth from the Valhalla music program from Viking School. Tickets to the Tribute at the CRE on March 4 are available by contacting Jamie at 780.679.5516 or Steven at 780.878.4589.

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News Features Camrose Police Service Constable Belanger named Top Cop . . . 4 Asp looks back on a century of memories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Families celebrated with fun and games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 MacWilliam named first MacEwan hockey star . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Reflections Column by Bonnie Hutchinson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

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CAMROSE 2,330 SQ. FT. 1.5-STOREY... 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Call Trevor or Michelle. $449,000 (CA0099661) 1,161 SQ. FT. 1.5-STOREY... 4 bedrooms, 2 baths. Call Trevor or Michelle. $249,000 (CA0099660) 1,467 SQ. FT. HILLSIDE BUNGALOW... 3 bedrooms, 3 baths. Call Trevor. $449,000 (CA0099116) 1,541 SQ. FT. TWO-STOREY... 3 bedrooms, 3 baths. Call Trevor or Michelle. $299,900 (CA0096874) 1,745 SQ. FT. TWO-STOREY... 3 bedrooms, 4 baths. Call Katie. $498,000 (CA0098588) 840 SQ. FT.... Mobile, 2 bedrooms, 1 bath. Call Michelle or Trevor. $34,500 (CA0098201) 1,524 SQ. FT.... Two-storey, 5 bedrooms, 3 baths. Call Trevor or Michelle. $255,000 (CA0098129) 1,638 SQ. FT.... Bungalow, 3 bedrooms, 3 baths. Call Trevor or Michelle. $549,900 (CA0098113) 1,170 SQ. FT.... Bungalow, 5 bedrooms, 3 baths. Call Heather or Tracy. $269,900 (CA0097616) 1,020 SQ. FT.... 2 bedrooms, 1 bath. Call Heather or Tracy. $149,900 (CA0097489) 1,313 SQ. FT.... Bungalow, 5 bedrooms, 1 bath. Call Tracy or Heather. $224,900 (CA0097336) 1,234 SQ. FT.... Half Duplex, 3 bedrooms, 3 baths. Call Tracy or Heather. $314,999 (CA0097138) 1,036 SQ. FT.... Bungalow, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths. Call Tracy or Heather. $289,900 (CA0097005) 1,950 SQ. FT.... Hillside bungalow, 3 bedrooms, 4 baths. Call Tracy or Heather. $624,900 (CA0097010) 1,020 SQ. FT.... 4-level split, 5 bedrooms, 2 baths. Call Trevor or Michelle. $399,000 (CA0096964) 1,422 SQ. FT.... 4 bedrooms, 1 bath. Call Heather or Tracy. $179,900 (CA0095725) 1,272 SQ. FT.... 4 bedrooms, 2 baths. Call Trevor or Michelle. $239,900 (CA0095719) 936 SQ. FT.... 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Call Michelle or Trevor. $275,000 (CA0095178) 1,220 SQ. FT.... 2 bedrooms, 2 baths. Call Katie. $319,000 (CA0093933) 500 SQ. FT.... 2 bedrooms, 2 baths. Call Katie. $167,900 (CA0093424)

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1,674 SQ. FT. BUNGALOW IN BAWLF... 5 bedrooms, 3 baths. Call Tracy or Heather. $358,888 (CA0099413) 1,020 SQ. FT. MOBILE... 2 bedroom, 1 bath. Call Michelle or Trevor. $89,900 (CA0098888) 1,216 SQ. FT. MOBILE... 3 bedroom, 2 baths. Call Trevor or Michelle. $79,900 (CA0098884) 1,120 SQ. FT.... Double wide mobile, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Call Trevor or Michelle. $99,000 (CA0096800) 2,208 SQ. FT.... 1.5 storey, 5 bedrooms, 4 baths. Call Trevor or Michelle. $659,000 (CA0098026) 11.41 ACRES... Call Trevor or Michelle. $350,000 (CA0097848) ACREAGE IN HOLDEN... 80 acres, 1,628 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Call Katie or Drew. $357,000 (CA0095638) DAYSLAND... 1,215 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Call Michelle or Trevor. $134,999 (CA0094471)

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COTTAGE... Little Beaver Lake Estates, Camrose County, 657 sq. ft., 2 bedroom, 1 bath. Call Drew. $147,000 (CA0093850) DAYSLAND... Residential lot. 50’x120’, 6,000 sq. ft. Call Drew. $25,000 (CA0093775)

DAYSLAND... 2,300 sq. ft., 4 bedrooms, 3 baths. Call Tracy or Heather. $269,900 (CA0093295) FARMLAND CAMROSE... 70.4 acres. Call Tracy or Heather. $369,900 (CA0091746) OHATON... Residential lot. Call Trevor or Michelle. $49,700 (CA0091183) DONALDA ACREAGE... 7.34 acres, 1,456 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, 1 bath. Call Trevor or Michelle. $297,000 (CA0090428) HEISLER, 1,540 SQ. FT.... 2 bedrooms, 1 bath. Call Trevor or Michelle. $119,000 (CA0090417) EDBERG... 2,084 sq. ft. 3 bedrooms, 3 baths. Call Heather or Tracy. $478,900 (CA0088030) BASHAW... 1,460 sq. ft. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Call Heather or Tracy. $329,900 (CA0087954) OHATON... 1,212 sq. ft. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths. Call Trevor or Michelle. $189,000 (CA0087843) OHATON... 1,094 sq. ft., 4 bedrooms, 3 baths. Call Trevor or Michelle. $279,900 (CA0086882) OHATON... 1,120 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Call Michelle or Trevor. $179,900 (CA0086800) 1,260 SQ. FT. TWO-STOREY IN BAWLF... 3 bedrooms, 2 (2) baths. Call Trevor. $179,900 (CA0053979) 2,054 SQ. FT. ON OVER 26 ACRES. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Call Trevor. $459,000 (CA0053599) 1,340 BUNGALOW... 13.1 acres, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths. Call Trevor or Michelle. $344,900 (CA0039832)

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Kodiaks ready to start playoffs By Murray Green

The Camrose Kodiaks are preparing themselves to start the playoffs on the road. Camrose dropped a 4-2 contest to Okotoks on Feb. 18 that set them back as far as hoping for home ice advantage. The Oilers outscored Camrose 2-1 in both the first and second periods to record the win. Bryson Traptow and

Devan Reed replied for the Kodiaks. Goalie Patrick Gora stopped 47 of 51 shots in the Camrose net. The Kodiaks fired 26 shots at the Oilers’ net. The Sherwood Park Crusaders scored a goal in each period to record a 3-1 victory over Camrose on Feb. 17. The lone Kodiaks marker went to Colin Schmidt. Gora

had an easier night by turning away 21 of 23 shots directed his way. The last goal was an empty-net tally. The next home game will be a playoff game in the EnCana Arena. Two Kodiaks were nominated for AJHL awards. Patrick Gora was selected for the top goaltender award. Kyler Kupka was nominated for the rookie of the year honours.

Lessons for Living

Being with Dying • Introduction to Being With Dying and the Value of Silence (March 31) • Effective Communications, Family Dynamics, Emotional and Spiritual Support (April 1 and 2) • Physical Care of the Dying, Grief and Bereavement, Self Care (April 8 and 9)

VOLUNTEER TRAINING Cost: $35

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Looking Back

through the pages of The Booster

25 Years Ago This Week – February 25, 1992 • City of Camrose advertised a 4% interest allowance on 1992 red property and business tax estimates. Applicable to all money received by February 29, 1992. • Vinets Food King offered 2L of Nu-Maid Old Fashioned Ice Cream for $4.99. • Ken’s Furniture was promoting a Whirlpool Super capacity Washer and Dryer set for $1,049.

50 Years Ago This Week – February 28, 1967 • The Royal Cafe, on main street, advertised 10 “Famous Chinese Dishes” for 98¢ each. (Take out only.) • Mr. and Mrs. Ken Mah announced the birth of a son, on February 13th, at St. Mary’s Hospital. (Happy Belated 50th Birthday to Ryan Mah!) • Saan Store advertised mens all-weather, water repellant top coats for $17.77 each. Regularly priced at $19.95 and $24.95.


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Camrose Police Service Const. Belanger named Top Cop By Murray Green

The Camrose and District Kiwanis Club have named Camrose Police Service Const. Adam Belanger as the fourth recipient of the Top Cop award. He will be presented with the award at the Best Western Plus Camrose Resort Casino on Saturday, March 18 beginning at 6 p.m. Const. Belanger is a positive role model and mentor to the youth in our community. He is in his 10th year with the Camrose Police Service, presently assigned to traffic division. He has been appointed Regimental Sergeant Major and is in charge of ceremonial duties for the police. “It is a huge honour to be nominated and recognized. It is certainly humbling to say the least. I look at the past recipients and myself and we don’t do this for recognition, we do it to help the community and its what we love to do,” he explained. Const. Belanger is the pistol armourer participating in the maintenance and servicing of the police pistols and assists with annual training. He is proof of the involvement between the youth of our community and members of the CPS. He has volunteered countless hours of his own time during his 14 years of coaching football for the Camrose Composite High School Trojans team and has helped coach the Battle River Shock midget team. “Helping youth at the high school level is so satisfying to me because you see the

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Murray Green, Camrose Booster Const. Adam Belanger provides leadership at the Camrose Police Service and on the Camrose Composite High School football field as a coach.

growth of individuals. You see them maturing both on and off the field, and becoming young men and women. It’s a great age to work with,” he added. Coach Belanger created and runs Open Football, a program that is a football

themed off season skills camp that is free and open to players aged eight to university age wishing to try football, or develop their skills. “I’ve seen some great successes where former players have gone on to be a part of the community and have

successful careers. A lot of my coaching staff are former players who have come back and helped coach as well. I’m lucky to see that growth from players to coaches and watch them give back what they have learned along the way.” He has coached on

numerous football teams including the Alberta Senior Bowl team, the bantam Coyotes and the Battle River Shock. He has guest coached with both the junior Edmonton Huskies and Wildcats. Belanger has had players advance to play junior football and university football. He is there for his players when they need a positive influence, even inspiring some to take up the role of coach. “Seldom in life you do anything by yourself. When you are at work, you work as a team and that is learned through activities such as sports,” said Const. Belanger. In addition, he has coached U4 to U6 soccer, assists with the Charity Check Stop, the Bike Rodeo, the police Dare booth at Jaywalkers, CCHS Welcome Student Days, Dairy Queen Miracle Treat Day, McHappy Days, Tim Hortons Camp Day, and assists the Royal Canadian Legion’s Sgt. at Arms planning and executing the Remembrance Day Parade. He has played on the police team against the Special Olympics athletes in basketball and baseball. The Camrose and District Kiwanis Club is dedicated to improving the world, one child and one community at a time. The public is invited to join the community celebration of a supper and program. Tickets are available at the UPS Store, by calling Weston Voytechek at 780672-8199, or Ivan Nesdoly at 780-781-4400.

Doty shares jazz music, basketball memories in Camrose By Murray Green

Ellen Doty is no stranger to Camrose. She often accompanied her King’s University team to Camrose to take on the Augustana Vikings in basketball. However, it is not her athletic abilities that is giving her chances to tour Alberta again, it is her music that is bringing her back to the city and to the Bailey Theatre for a concert on Friday, March 3 at 8 p.m. “I will be joined by wonderful sax player Eli Bennett and guitarist Josh Crowhurst, who I have been working with for many years,” Ellen said about her band. “We take the audience on a journey where we will laugh and cry together. I’ll share some of my original music, a lot of stories about my life, some jazz standards and songs that people will know as well.” She is a soulful Canadian vocalist and songwriter with a world-class voice. Her music is rooted in jazz, yet seamlessly incorporates elements of other genres including folk and pop. A true storyteller whose works are as intimate and as personal as their handwritten lyrics, Ellen’s immense talent for songwriting is only

Ellen Doty is no stranger to Camrose, or the jazz scene.

complemented by her stunning vocals. Rich, sultry and sweet, Ellen’s voice draws listeners in and takes them on an unforgettable journey. “I like to play a good mix of jazz. Some of it is laid back, but there are certainly a lot of moments of high energy as well. We’ll have a bit of a roller coaster ride,” she said. Originally from Okotoks, Ellen has been a performer since age five. “I sang and played piano at my Grade 1 class talent show performing “Can You Feel

the Love Tonight” by Elton John. My grandmother loved across the street from Nat King Cole in Los Angeles, so I really love his music. I always include a song or two from him in my sets. He influenced my music, so I like to go back and honour him. I also like soul and Motown music.” After playing for the Eagles, she went on to study vocal jazz at Carleton University in Ottawa and performed in their prestigious Talent Showcase. She’s had

the opportunity to work with many of her jazz heroes thus far including Al Kay, Pat Labarbera, Bobby Shew, Dave Mancini and PJ Perry. “I started out being more jazz focused, but now I’ve incorporated my other influences, which allows me to be more of who I am and I like that. People call it jazz, pop and folk all mashed together. All of the music I love have become part of that fabric, which is really neat,” she said. “As an artist it takes time to discover your own voice. People have a sense of when you have a personal connection with the music.” In 2013, Ellen was the recipient of the Outstanding Soloist award from the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival at the University of Idaho and she completed a Banff Centre Artist Residency for Collaborative Song-Writing at the prestigious Banff Centre. In May 2013, she received an album production grant for her debut album from the Alberta Foundation for the Arts. “I’m from a smaller community, so going to places that I can really relate to are fun,” she said of getting out of Edmonton and Calgary and going to stops such as Camrose. “Same as in basketball,

it was fun getting on the road and going to new places to meet different people. It would be neat to see some people I played against,” she added. In another local tie, Ellen also connected with Karl Schwonik of Gwynne earlier in her career when he played drums for some of her shows. In 2014, it was a huge success for Ellen as she released her much-anticipated album Gold in May, which broke the top 10 on several jazz charts in Canada. The record features 10 of Ellen’s original compositions, as well as a song by Toronto songwriter Kyle Zavitz. Her co-writers include Oliver Miguel, Crowhurst, Kyle Zavitz, Conrad Good and Danny Michel. “I just finished recording my second full length album, but it won’t be released until later this year. Absolutely, I’ll be playing some of the new songs from the upcoming album,” she added. Tickets are available online at www.baileytheatre. com/tickets, at the Bailey Box Office 5041-50 Street from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 3 to 5 p.m. or by phoning 780-672-5510.


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REFLECTIONS by Bonnie Hutchinson Learning to walk in the dark

I’m so appreciating the days getting longer now. But I’m also reflecting on being “in the dark.” When I was little I was scared of the dark. I know (because people have told me) that I am not the only one. I still remember that terrible walk from the light switch to the bed. I’d turn out the light, cross the bedroom and jump into bed from as far away as possible so the monster hand didn’t reach out from under the bed and grab me by the ankle. I’d dive under the covers and peer out. The half-open closet door hid nameless shapeless terrors; unknown bad things, scary things that would ooze out and do harm. From an early age, I have preferred the light: daytime rather than nighttime, sunny rather than cloudy, clarity rather than ambiguity. I have wanted to hide from, be protected from, turn away from, the darkness. At first, “darkness” meant simply the absence of physical light. As I grew older, “darkness” also acquired symbolic meaning – dark emotions, dark thoughts, dark actions. And then one day, I was jarred. Relentless? A friend from the coast was visiting me. We had, in my mind, perfect summer weather – sunshine every day, blue skies, bright and sunny. One morning it was grey, raining and overcast. I was disappointed. My friend came downstairs from the guest room and said, “Oh thank God! A rainy day. I was so tired of that relentless sunshine!” It had never occurred to me that light could be “relentless.” In the dark

When I remember painful experiences, many were prolonged unnecessarily because I kept myself “in the dark” about things I didn’t want to see. Some of those things were external – events and people around me. When I was willing to look deeply, most of those things were also internal. At the root, what I did not want to see within myself kept being reflected back in the outside world until I was courageous enough to let myself see it, or I was forced into seeing it because I had turned away for so long that a niggle became a crisis. I had to go into the darkness to see the light.

Letters to the Editor Letters are welcomed but please limit them to 400 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. Carbon debate

I want to express a concern that has been on my mind for some time now. Since the NDP was voted in and has assumed the political power in our province, the residents of this great province have had various situations shoved down our throats with no recourse for the residents who oppose their logic. Stop and think about what is happening in our province, and as well the whole earth. I don’t believe anyone living in this world has any intentions on not leaving this planet in great shape for our children and their children and so on. We are not illiterate, nor are we selfish. The world has, for some time now, been dependent on hydrocarbons and petroleum products. As far as I know the world hasn’t developed an alternative product to replace

all the items that are produced by either petroleum or hydrocarbon sources. Some of the auto producers are going the way of electric cars. Great, now we must find a solution to supply power to charge the batteries, so now when the owners of these vehicles get home from work they will be plugging in their vehicles to charge them. This is normally the highest usage of power in a day. Are we going to experience brown out periods in our power distribution system? What about the cost to dispose of these batteries after their five-year service has run out? As of now I have been informed the cost to replace those batteries is around $3,000 per battery. Not cheap to charge every night either. You’re saying we have solar power and wind power. The wind power and mirror generated power has been slammed by the animal activists because the birds are dying by flying into the blades of the wind power or being fried in flight due to the mirror reflected heat in the mirror fields. Guess where the products come from to build these power sources? That’s right, from the petroleum industry and the hydrocarbon industry. In fact, if you are open minded enough you will realize that every product you touch in your daily life has been touched by both industries. The food

you eat was developed and then transported to the store and to your home by truck. The clothes on your back, the asphalt roads you travel on. Factories that used high heat to develop their products have been using both petroleum and hydrocarbon products. When there is some other product developed that uses neither hydrocarbon products nor petroleum products; then and only then; we should consider changing our current daily products and replacing them with the new age products we will use daily as today. A little common sense will go a long way here. The hydrocarbon capture system developed by the Saskatchewan government in Estevan captures more carbon from the coal fired power plant than will be produced by power plant fueled on natural gas. The NDP government wants to convert our coal fired plants to natural gas powered. The money spent on converting and not gain anything is a waste. Both the federal liberals (as they have decided that coal will be eliminated by the year 2030) and the provincial NDP want us to revert to living the life as our predecessors did; Neanderthals. That’s right cave men. The way I see it anyway. Rodger Banack, Camrose

Gifts of darkness

On this planet we have light and dark in equal measure. No matter where we live, at whatever latitude, over the period of a year we experience light and dark in equal measure. Perhaps there’s a message here. In the darkness, we can rest. In the darkness, seeds begin to sprout and grow roots and leaves. In the darkness, dreams are born. In the darkness, ideas can percolate and take shape. If we are willing to explore the darkness, we discover gifts we could not imagine when we are blinded by the light. Walking in the dark

So how do we walk in the dark? Carefully, gingerly, gently at first, feeling our way. And how do we learn to walk in the dark? Two favourite quotes provide a hint. First, the hard part, the courageous part: …Start with the first thing close in, the step you don’t want to take. -- David Whyte And then the hope: …When we come to the edge of all the light we have known, And step into the darkness of the unknown, We must believe one of two things will happen: Something will come up to meet us Or we will be taught to fly. --Patrick Overton *** If you have comments about this column or suggestions for future topics, send a note to Bonnie@BonnieHutchinson.com

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LOCATED: Ferintosh Recreation Center (southeast side of town) FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Grace at 403-788-2929 or 587-876-3814 or gracesmith@xplornet.com Previewing: Friday, March 10 from 12:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Grace & Don have 13 buildings full of antiques & collectibles and they need to make room for new inventory. This is an inventory reduction auction for the ongoing operation of Gracie D’s Antiques & Collectibles. This is a very nice collection of unique & rare items. THIS IS ONLY A PARTIAL LISTING.

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• Turn of the century work bench, large • RR Rejunenator elec hair implement • Railway car puller • Northern Pacific Railway Waterboy • CN coverall display • Two railway electric crossing lights • 7-UP electric clock; Dr Pepper clock; small airplane clock; Union Workman chewing tobacco thermometer • Large dbl sided Matinee Cig Advertising sign w/ working clocks on both sides • Juicy Fruit sign (Canadian Pickers auction); Coca Cola sign (30”x72”); Pepsi sign (57”x94”); Dr Pepper sign (46”x58”) • Trico wiper blade display • Two BA 5 gal oil pails; Texaco oil can; Wizard 5 gal gas can; plus more • Guiness beer dispenser, works • Neon Coors sign • Schlitz sign (electric / lighted) • 80 oz beer glass • Smith Moose sign (wrought iron, wall mt) • Rooster weather vane (wrought iron) • Pepsi truck collection; Tonka truck & camper; tin truck; plus more • Large red lanterns (set of 3); Ruby Globe barn lantern • Flow Blue platters (set of 5) • Green Implement ballerina

• Wooden Biplane; Northern Electric firebox; Dog Butler; Aladdin oil heater; painted cast iron door; piano insert; Cobbler’s forms & shoe molds; Collar forms in box w/ links; set of 4 painted shelves; steamer; lighted Ferrari picture; antique fireplace screen (Tapestry behind glass) WESTERN THEME ITEMS • The Mountain Man by Frederic Remington, 1st recast • Saddle (Blake Miller Saddlery ?) • Cowboy signs (12 or more) • Two Cannons (1 large, 1 mini, both working) • Three assorted cannons • Horse wall hanging, made in Mexico • Mirrored horse collar; oxen collar; horse & pony collar • Cody Colt replica gun; two replica guns • Primitive bow w/ 3 arrows; quiver & arrows • Willie Nelson picture • #6 Duke bear trap AUCTIONEER’S NOTES • Items must be paid for in full before being removed from the sale site. • See complete terms and conditions on our website.

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Asp looks back on a century of memories By Lori Larsen

Not many people can say they have experienced a century of memories, but Herb Asp, from Kingman, who celebrated his 100th birthday on Feb. 23 with generations of family and friends, can. To begin with, Herb shared his secret to longevity, which he graciously said lied in his devotion to God. “I am a Baptist and my wife (Agda, since passed away) was Baptist,” said Herb. “There was a small church in Kingman (Kingman First Baptist Church) right next door to our house.” Herb and his wife both attended the church and in 1956 as a result of a growing congregation, the German Baptist Church in Camrose was purchased by the Kingman church and moved to Kingman. “I rode on top of the church as it was moving,” smiled Herb. “About four or five years ago we had to add on to the church and now the church is full of people.” Something Herb was proud to say as it is apparent that the church and the role it plays in his life is extremely important. Herb also spoke of being in the army for three and a half years and spending two years overseas serving our country. “I spent one year in Italy. The first and the fifth divisions were down in Italy the other three divisions were still back in England. They had the idea that we were on a holiday in Italy. “First of all the Germans had two lines, so they (Canadian soldiers) had to break through. Then they (Germans) moved up and built a line way up through Florence and the Canadians were brought up there to break through that line. “After we finished in Italy they moved us up to Holland.” Herb noted that things in the world have changed and that despite serving in the army during the war, life in Camrose (Canada) back then was far more peaceful. “It has changed quit a bit in our world now we almost have continuous war.” Simpler days Life in and around Camrose in the early part of the 1900s seemed so much simpler when listening to Herb reminisce. “I can remember we had some relatives living here (Camrose) over by what is the seniors’ centre now. “I was four-years-old my mother was visiting those relatives and they lost me,” Herb quietly laughed. “I was over by the rail-

Lori Larsen, Camrose Booster Mayor Norm Mayer, left presented Herb Asp with a certificate in recognition of his 100th birthday celebration during a birthday event held on Feb. 23 at Rosealta Lodge.

road station over on the west end where the trains came in at that time.” With little fear of being abducted and less fear of being struck by a vehicle a child wandering off in those days didn’t strike the panic it would today. “There wasn’t a lot of cars then and things were much safer.” That led Herb to speak about the greatest change he has seen in his 100 years. “The cars,” he paused. “That was the beginning of big change from horse and buggy to vehicles. It was slow change because even at the cost of cars then,

not everybody could afford them” Compared to a world now where almost everyone owns or has access to a vehicle, back then it was even unheard of for women to drive a car. “Back in the 30s and 40s they (women) started to drive because the war was on and men were gone. Then young people could get cars and it sure changed things.” While Herb didn’t say the change was good, or bad he did note that the introduction of the motor vehicle had a great impact

on how the world would change. Herb also mentioned how passenger trains seem to be a thing of the past. “It used to be passenger trains were running all the time and you just don’t see those anymore.” He eluded to the fact that it is a wonderful part of the past that generations today are missing out on something, that there again the ease of motor vehicles has changed. “When we lived in Hardisty at the time they put Highway 13 through Sunburst Bus lines went out to Hardisty.

“I used to go visit my aunt and uncle down in Daysland and when I wanted to go back I knew what time the bus was going to be there so I would just go out and stand at the side of the road and it would stop for me.” Service station Herb and his brother started out as truckers in the early days then eventually ran a service station in Kingman. “We began by selling gasoline in barrels, but people were running out of gas so finally we put in a pump and that was the start of a service station. “Young people would get cars because they were working the pipeline and the odd one would come along and want to know if they could charge. “I would say yes you can charge, but how would you get to work if you didn’t have gasoline and they would say they couldn’t go. So I would say when you get your pay cheque, you pay me, if you don’t pay me the first time how are you going to get to work.” That type of honour system worked back then, the same may not be true today. Family man Herb spoke fondly of his wife, Agda, and how she was an amazing seamstress, and the memories they created together building a family, a daughter and a son and eventually 11 great grandchildren, who all performed to a packed house during his birthday celebration at Rosealta Lodge. “My wife and I travelled a lot,” recalled Herb. “We had friends down in Peru who we visited and we went to Israel and Jordan.” Both Herb and Agda were from Sweden and made the trip back to the home country three times. “We saw a lot of the world.” On Thursday, Feb. 23, Herb’s birthday, family and friends, residents and staff of Rosealta, Mayor Norm Mayer and community members filled the community room at Rosealta in celebration of Herb and his honourable passage into the century club.

Lori Larsen, Camrose Booster A collection of hymns and songs were performed by 11 of Herb Asp’s great grandchildren during an open house 100th birthday celebration honouring him held at Rosealta Lodge on Feb. 23.


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Splitting pension income Submitted by Janice Zimmerman, H&R BLOCK

You and your spouse are enjoying your golden years together and share pretty much everything. The CRA (Canada Revenue Agency) recognizes that sharing is caring, so they allow senior couples to split pension income. This can offer you big savings on your tax bill, since you can transfer up to 50 per cent of your qualifying pension income to your spouse or common-law partner. How do I know if we qualify for pension income splitting? You and your spouse or common-law partner must both be residents of Canada on Dec. 31 of the tax year being filed. In the case of a senior who passed away during the year, they must have been a resident of Canada immediately before death. You need to be married or in a common-law partnership. You cannot be separated for a period of 90 days or more that includes the end of the year. What kind of pension income is eligible? Income from a registered pension plan will qualify regardless of your age: The CRA website has specific criteria on what’s considered eligible, but it’s good to know that any income that qualifies for the pension income tax credit can also be considered eligible income for tax splitting. This means that transferring income to your spouse

could allow them to claim up to $2,000 through the pension income credit, on top of tax savings you’ll receive through splitting income. Registered Retirement Income Fund (RRIF) withdrawals, registered annuities and interest from non-registered annuities: These will qualify if you’re 65 and over. What kind of income isn’t eligible? Old age security and CPP benefits don’t qualify as eligible pension income. Investment income doesn’t qualify, but converting an investment to a Guaranteed Investment Annuity from a life insurance company would make it eligible for the pension income tax credit. Make sure to check in with your financial planner before transferring investments. Who should split with whom? If you and your spouse have eligible income, you need to decide who will be the one allocating income and who will receive the income. Splitting income allows money to be moved from one spouse’s higher tax bracket into another’s lower one to help reduce the overall tax bill, so as a general rule; the person who earns more should allocate their pension income to the lower income earner. If one spouse or common-law partner does not have any qualifying pension income, it may also be beneficial to transfer at least $2,000 so they can ben-

efit from the pension income amount. Is splitting pension income always beneficial? If you’re the spouse with income in the higher tax bracket, you’ll definitely benefit most from transferring income to your partner in a lower tax bracket, especially if you’re subject to Old Age Security clawbacks. Though your tax bill might be reduced, changing your partner’s taxable income can create other adjustments to watch for. Let’s say your partner is in a nursing home: their housing fees might increase if they happen to be calculated based on their income, so bear that in mind when considering pension income splitting as an option. Can I meet the deadline? Pension income splitting requests must be made within three years of the filing deadline for the tax year in question, so the deadline for the 2016 tax year is April 30, 2020. If you’ve already filed your return and are now thinking about income splitting as an option, remember that it could change any already assigned benefits, credits and refunds that you might have received. Pension splitting could still be worthwhile in the end, but make sure you check into it in advance to avoid any surprises. Not everyone is eligible for pension income splitting, but if you are, take advantage of this option and save some money on this year’s return.

Ronning Centre hosts guest lectures By Lori Larsen

Residents of Camrose and area are invited to join the University of Alberta Augustana Campus Chester Ronning Centre in a month of free guest speaking events. Friday March 3 from 4 to 5 p.m. Dr. Joseph Wiebe, assistant professor of Religion and Ecology at the University of Alberta, Augustana Campus will be doing a Memory, Imagination and Community: Book Launch. During the session Dr. Wiebe will discuss his new book The Place of Imagination. Dr. Ian Wilson, lecturer of Religious Studies and associate director of the Chester Ronning Centre Augusta-

na, will also be discussing his newly published book, Kingship and Memory in Ancient Judah. The lectures will take place at the Wahkohtowin Lodge in the lower level of the Forum at Augustana. Tuesday, March 7 from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. associate professor of Biblical Studies and Faculty Fellow in the William Penn Honors Program at George Fox University, Dr. Brian Doak will be at the Wahkohtowin Lodge presenting a lecture on Ask the Animals: Nature and Theodicy in the Book of Job. Wednesday, March 8, from 2:15 to 4:45 p.m. Dr.

Ehud Ben Zvi, Dr. InHee Berg, Dr. Brian Doak, Dr. Anne Moore and Dr. Ian Wilson will be presenting a lecture in the Roger Epp Room (second floor of the Augustana Forum) on The Role of the Bible in Postsecondary Education. Rounding up the month of March on Wednesday, March 22, Dr. Brandon Alakas, Dr. Geoff Dipple, and Rev. Craig Wentland will be presenting a symposium on Reformations and Renewals. For more information on these events or any others offered by the Ronning Centre visit the Facebook page at www.face book.com/ronningcentre/.

What’s cooking soup supper By Lori Larsen

Augustana Chaplaincy invites residents to come and join them in celebration of community and food at their annual Soup Supper held at Augustana Chapel on March 5 at 5 p.m. “This is our annual fundraiser,” said Geordie Nelson. “We have this event the first Sunday

of March and invite anyone who either supports chaplaincy or if they are new, to come find out what we are about and what we do. “We have a soup supper similar to regular soup supper that we have every Tuesday that feeds about 100 students.” The theme for the evening is Love is greater than

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Kroeger Joyce welcomes Dean Inman to the firm Brandon Kroeger and Greg Joyce are pleased to announce that Dean Inman, Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), has joined their firm. “Dean brings a wealth of experience with him that will complement the services we provide to our valued clients,” said Mr. Joyce in announcing Mr. Inman’s new position. Areas of particular interest to Mr. Inman include providing accounting, tax, and advisory services to small and medium sized businesses as well as not-for-profit organizations. He has worked in Camrose for over 25 years starting with the accounting firm of Tien Rostad after obtaining his bachelor of commerce degree from the University of Alberta. Mr. Inman is married with one daughter and they live in Camrose.

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Hate and will feature guest speaker retiring University of Alberta Augustana Campus English professor Paul Harland. The evening will include testimonials from students on their own personal experiences with the Chaplaincy and the importance it has played in their lives and the impact it has had on the Augustana community. To assist in fundraising there will be a unique silent auction including handcrafted items from local artisans such as pottery and paintings, a

private home concert performed by local musicians and homemade baked goods including a secret family shortbread recipe. There will be a minimal fee for the evening which includes the soup and fresh bread supper, the silent auction, guest speaker and ending the evening with a candle service evening prayer. Tickets are available at the Augustana Chaplaincy office, Wiseman’s Way Bookstore or by contacting Geordie at email augchap@ ualberta.ca or by telephone at 780-679-1597.


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Who decides how much By Lori Larsen

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Proposed Bylaw 2928-17

Pursuant to the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, Section 606 of the Revised Statutes of Alberta and amendments thereto, PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that Council of the City of Camrose gave first reading to Bylaw 2928-17 on February 21, 2017. The purpose of Bylaw 2928-17 is to amend Land Use Bylaw 2880-16 as follows: 1.

That Land Use Bylaw 2880-16, be amended by redistricting it to change the land use classification of 4836- to 4852-51 Street from C1 – Central/Downtown Commercial District to DC – Direct Control District.

A Public Hearing is scheduled to be held as follows: Date: March 20, 2017 Time: 5:00 pm Place: Camrose City Hall, 5204-50 Avenue, Camrose, AB Any person(s) who have an interest regarding the passing of Bylaw 2928-17 are encouraged to attend the Public Hearing in person to state their support or objections. Any written submissions to be considered by City Council are required to be submitted no later than March 13 at 4:00 pm by mail to: Kim Isaak, Deputy City Manager, City of Camrose 5204-50 Avenue, Camrose, AB T4V 0S8 or by email to: kisaak@camrose.ca Notice is hereby given that Council may thereafter without further notice proceed with final approval of Bylaw 2928-17 at the regular Council Meeting on March 20, 2017. For additional information, contact Francisca Karl, Long Range Planner, phone 780-672-4428 or email to fkarl@camrose.ca.

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Lori Larsen, Camrose Booster Mayor Norm Mayer, third from left back row, was joined by some staff and council members of the City of Camrose in a show of support for anti-bullying and the Bullying Stops Here Pink Shirt Day campaign on Feb. 22. The campaign encouraged everyone to wear a pink shirt, button or pin as a symbol of their intolerance of any type of bullying whether it be in the workplace, school, home or over the Internet.

Information was presented to city council during the regular council meeting on Feb. 21 on the direction administration should take regarding Mayor and Council remuneration. City of Camrose deputy city manager Kim Isaak provided council with information on remuneration figures from other municipalities and how they compared to that of Camrose. Comparisons were sorted in three different methods, councillor salaries, population and per capita. Salary figures Salaries for Camrose include the mayor salary at $60,952, and for the eight councillors a salary of $19,154 each. At a population of 18,742 the total cost of governance is $214,184 factoring out to $11.43 per capita annually. Figures were provided for 15 other municipalities and included Airdrie, Brooks, Chestermere, Cochrane, Fort Saskatchewan, Grande Prairie, Lacombe, Leduc, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Okotoks, Red Deer, Spruce Grove, St. Albert and Wetaskiwin. In comparison, the salaries for Camrose mayor was the third lowest of the sample group and the salaries for the individual councillors was the second lowest. The figures for Camrose County were provided to administration after the report was completed and will be added to the report. “We asked administration at the last meeting to go out and check comparator communities and that is what they have done and this is what they came up with,” said Mayor Norm Mayer “The question is do we farm this out to an independent group to review and come back with recommendations or do we deal with it internally.” Councillor Wayne Throndson responded. “I don’t think it is optimally something we as councillors should do, nor do I think it is fair to ask administration to set what council gets paid. “It should be looked at every four years, so this would be something for future council not for us and I do think it is something we should consider a three person committee to look at.” Councillor Bill Sears inquired as to how the figures from other municipalities were obtained. Isaak indicated the municipalities used in the report were contacted directly by Camrose administration and that the information came from their (other municipalities) Legislative Services Division.

Councillor Ma x Lindstrand expressed some concern about an independent committee being used.”If we do establish a committee it would be important for us to establish some benchmarks for them to look at because clearly in looking at the statistics we are lagging quite far behind.” City manager Malcolm Boyd commented on Camrose salaries compared to the other municipalities. “If you look at council remuneration compared to the mid-sized cities, Camrose is at the lower end. “The fact that we have a council of nine rather than seven or five has an impact on the cost of governance and the fact that we have a population of 18,000 versus some of the higher populations such as Cochrane or Fort Saskatchewan has an influence.” Councillor Sears responded by saying, “It doesn’t matter how we cut it the report identifies that we were behind and it is going to be hard for us to become even. It would be a fairly big jump. I think we have to start moving towards some equality and maybe the committee will come up with that. We are doing the same amount of work. We don’t pay our MLAs or MPs on how many people they represent. “I really think there is some unfairness between what councillors in the City of Camrose are paid compared to similar jurisdictions and I think we have to have some serious discussion about that and make it fairer to what it is now.” Councillor Throndson also commented on the number of councillors Camrose has compared to the other municipalities in the sample. “Looking at information provided it appears that having eight councillors and a mayor is a bit of an anomaly in Alberta. I wonder if part of the discussion should include a debate as to whether we should move to six councillors and a mayor versus what we have now. We are not alone in having eight councillors and a mayor I just think we are not in the majority anymore in terms of how cities are run.” Besides salaries other considerations with regards to city council and the cost of governance include remuneration in relation to training and conference expenses, out-of-pocket expenses recognizing the time and work expenses of council members attending events such as AUMA and benefits. The matter was set over to the next Committee of Whole meeting pending further discussion.


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Luedecke returns from Nova Scotia By Murray Green

Old Man Luedecke’s choice of hillbilly instruments such as an infectious old-time banjo and guitar, may suggest he is from an era of times gone by, but the lyrics and melodies he creates are purely modern. Listen carefully between the bluegrass music notes and you can picture Old Man Luedecke in a creaky cabin in the snowy Nova Scotia woods. Chris Luedecke is original, intense, committed and blessed with purity honouring, but not trapped by tradition. His offerings of “My Hands Are On Fire” and “Other Love Songs” are music of the ages. Old Man Luedecke will be returning to the Bailey Theatre stage on March 2 at 8 p.m. He is one of Canada’s best loved and most intriguing roots singer-songwriter, a modern-day people’s poet, traveling bard and balladeer. He has played around the world to a loving and increasing fan base, winning two Juno Awards in the process. Together with Grammy winning instrumentalist Tim O’Brian, Luedecke has collaborated most recently on the album Domestic Eccentric released in July 2015. He shared many of those songs with Camrose the last time he was here. Old Man Luedecke was born in Toronto, but has for years made his home in Nova Scotia. There his music has been wholeheartedly adopted as representative of its traditional storytelling and folk elements. Throughout the world the wholeness of his music speaks to a new generation of people craving soulful meaning in their music. Luedecke’s songs are exciting and entertaining. On their third collaboration he and O’Brien, merged folk, bluegrass and roots music together to give their sound a flavour from the past. “You can’t fake a work of heart,” Luedecke sings in “The Girl in the Pearl Earring,” the second song on the album. His straightforward truth guides his principles throughout the entire album. Tickets are available online at www.baileytheatre. com/tickets, at the Bailey Box Office 5041-50 Street from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 3 to 5 p.m. or by phoning 780-672-5510.

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The École Charlie Killam School will be presenting their version of Beauty and the Beast Jr. on May 29 and 30 at the Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre. About 30 students ranging from Grade 6 to 8 have been working on the production since October, two afternoons a week. “Belle will be played by Nalyn Tindall (Grade 8) and the Beast is played by Nicole Poepping (Grade 8),” said teacher Sabrina Heydorn, who is heading the production with teacher Rhonda Basque. Two nights of 7 p.m. shows will allow parents and members of the community an opportunity to see the classic play put on by aspiring young drama students. Last year, the school held a successful The Lion King Jr. show that thrilled audiences. If you purchase tickets before March 1 you will receive a discount. To purchase tickets visit the Lougheed Arts Centre website at www.camroselive.ca or call the Lougheed Box Office at 780-608-2922 Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Saturday from 1 to 4:30 p.m.

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Rae Spoon will be making a return visit to Camrose at the Bailey Theatre on Friday, March 10 at 8 p.m. The popular Canadian songwriter has a new album Armour that does not disappoint. The selfproduced CD blurs the lines between organic and electronic instruments. Analogue synthesizers, electronic drum programming, drum kits, percussion, electric bass, cello and guitar carry the album through pop refrains and danceable beats. Armour, Spoon’s eighth solo album, is the highly

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For many that dreaded season is fast approaching, no not winter, thankfully that season is soon over. I mean income tax season. That necessary evil we all must complete yearly. Without completing this task the federal, or provincial government have no idea of your existence. If they have no idea of your existence then they automatically stop all social payments you may be entitled to as a senior. Many times a year when assessing what programs some of the seniors who attend our office qualify for financially, I will ask to see their tax returns. To which I often get the reply that they don’t pay taxes so they don’t file. Now we have a big problem. We have to file those missing years in taxes before we can apply for Alberta Seniors Financial Assistance or GIS Guaranteed Income Supplement etc. This means a delay of up to 18 months before they may be approved for these programs leaving them struggling financially. Also in

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As this is a program sponsored by the Canada Revenue Agency there are some guidelines we must follow. The program is open to all who have an income under $30,000 single, or $40,000 as a couple. There is no charge for this service. You can bring all your government T4s, T5s etc. to our office, we will have you sign a couple releases. We then pass your info on to our volunteers who complete the return by e-file and return the information to our office for us to return to you by calling you when it is complete. We run this program year round, but the busiest time, of course, is March to mid-May. We are located at 102, 4909A-48 Street, Camrose. Enquiries may call 780-6724131. We are open Monday to Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

those with Parkinson Disease By Lori Larsen

Parkinson is a neurodegenerative disease affecting motor and nonmotor functions resulting from cells that produce dopamine, a chemical that carries signals between the nerves in the brain, dying. On the second Wednesday of the month (next meeting March 8) a Parkinson Support Group meets from 3:30 until 5:30 p.m. at the St. Andrew’s Anglican Church (4713-50 Street). “We organize support groups for both people living with PD and their care partners,” said client services coordinator Pamela Mandryk. “Helping them to cope with the challenges they face. “We also provide information about the symptoms of PD, treatments, side effects, management strategies, research, community resources and navigating the health care system to individuals and health professionals.” For more information on the support group contact Pamela at the Parkinson Alberta Edmonton office telephone number 780-425-6400 or by calling toll free at 1-800-5611911. For more information on Parkinson visit the web page at www.parkinsonalberta.ca/.

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Seniors be aware of Parkinson’s (MS) - One of the diseases that afflicts more people over the age of 65 than younger adults is Parkinson’s Disease. While not exclusive to senior citizens, only 15 per cent of Parkinson’s diagnoses are in people under the age of 50. When many people think of Parkinson’s Disease, they can’t help but think of former boxing great Muhammad Ali or actor Michael J. Fox, both of whom publicly fought their battle with the disease for years. The disease itself still remains a mystery to many, including researchers working hard at understanding just what causes it. Parkinson’s Disease is a brain disorder that occurs when nerve cells in the brain break down. These nerve cells are responsible for producing an important chemical called dopamine, which sends signals to the part of the brain responsible for controlling movement. When these nerve cells are functioning properly, the dopamine enables the brain to let the body’s muscles move smoothly and however the brain wants them to. But when these nerve cells break down, dopamine is not produced, thereby negatively affecting how the body moves. In essence, when these important nerve cells are damaged, the body makes movements on its own, without regard for how a person wants his or her body to move. Unfortunately, the cause of Parkinson’s Disease remains a mystery. While research efforts are ongoing, a concrete cause has yet to be determined. Some studies have suggested that abnormal genes are at the

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Breitkreitz built his own classic car By Murray Green

W hen Wilf red Breitkreitz saw an advertisement to build your own classic sports car with a kit, he jumped at the opportunity to assemble a 1952 MG TD Roadster. “I purchased a 1971 Volkswagen Super Beetle chassis to build the car onto. That is what fit this particular kit,” said Wilf. “It came from Classic Roadsters in Fargo, North Dakota. Along with the kit came instructions on how to build it step for step.” The vehicle is a standard transmission, 1,600 CC engine, rearwheel-drive roadster. The rest of the vehicle arrived at his door step in nine huge boxes. “I had an appointment in Minnesota to go to and, at the airport, they had a model of this car sitting in it. That’s where I got the idea to build one,” he recalled. It represents the state-of-the-art in engine design, transmission and suspension for 1971, with the classic feel of 1952.

“I was still working at the time, so I could only work on it in my spare time,” he said on the project. “I moved to Camrose 10 years ago and I was determined to have it finished before we moved.” It took Wilf several years to build but, in the end, he had a brand new car that represented his urge to own a classic. He avoided the time consuming task of autobody work. “I assembled it and everything fit perfectly. Going step by step, I slowly built it. I was looking for something to do and I was interested in cars, so that is how it started. It appealed to me, so why not make one.” He built the car in Wainwright, but moved to Camrose after his retirement. “I have driven the vehicle very little. I’ve just gone around town. I have been thinking of taking it to the Camrose Cruise, but so far I haven’t,” said Wilf. “Once I get more time, I would like to share it more at car shows.” His new car has no

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airbags, no safety belts, no roll bars, no glass side windows and no real roof. The driving experience is about as 1952 as you can get. “I had a lot of fun building this car. I spent many hours on it. I hate to think of how many,” he joked. “The kit at that time to purchase was about $7,000.” After the assemble was completed, Wilf had the car appraised at

more than double of what it cost him. “Today, I estimate it would be worth around $20,000.” Visibility is excellent. There are no blind spots because there’s nothing like a window or a roof to obstruct the view. Air conditioning is natural. Storage is almost nonexistent. There’s no trunk because that is where the motor is. “I filled the front where normal cars have

an engine with sand, to weigh down the front to keep it level,” said Wilf. “I put carpeting in the interior, which was supplied in the kit.” The MG TD has truly classic looks, not unlike early Jaguars and Triumphs. The design is magic. It’s elegant and absolutely stylish, with a disproportionately long hood.

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Families celebrated with fun and games

Lori Larsen, Camrose Booster Photos clockwise. Families from Camrose and area enjoyed a variety of fun activities sponsored by the Camrose Family Resource Centre - A Parent Link Centre during Family Day fun held at the Camrose Community Centre on Feb. 20. One-year-old Thomas Klein coaxes his three-year-old sister Rhea to follow him through the tunnel crawl. Michelle Nanias gets a sweet smile from three-year-old daughter Teckla for helping with the finishing touches at the craft table. Cassandra Miles, enjoyed helping 18-month-old Matthew Jr. Lacelle put together a tower of large colourful blocks. Family members of all sizes enjoyed playing a little floor hockey. Members of the Augustana Vikings hockey team also made an appearance. The Adventure Bus Fun and Fitness bus was available for children to partake in fun, supervised activities. Six-year-old Avery Carlson was getting an upside-down view of the world on Family day and four-year-old Kaidyn Gallant zipped down the length of the bus. Just new to Camrose from Greece, father Emmanuel Georgantelis sits with two-year-old daughter Ariadni cutting out stencils.


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Popular Canadian country music performer Lisa Brokop is playing a tribute to one of the legends in the industry in the best way she knows how – through her music. She will be presenting her tribute entitled The Patsy Cline Project at the Daysland Palace Theatre on Thursday, March 2 at 7:30 p.m. “I will be singing a lot of the classic Patsy Cline songs,” said Brokop, last fall. “I will be singing the classics, which are also a lot of my favourites. I have a couple of my original songs that I wrote specially for the project, that I will be doing.” Known for one of the most recognizable voices in Canadian music, Brokop has long been admired for her incredible vocal abilities. “Over the years I have changed directions and trying to come up with ideas of what to do next,” explained Brokop, who has appeared on the Big Valley Jamboree stage. “I feel that I have come full circle with this project. When I first got started in the business I sang cover songs until I could write enough of my own. I always loved some of those songs and often included them in concerts. I thought it would be cool to go back and sing some of the first songs I ever performed. My brother came up with the idea and I didn’t know much about it at first. Then I thought this could be really fun.” She has spent the last 20 years singing, songwriting and performing as one of the most nominated and awardwinning female vocalists in Canadian country music history. “I love singing this music. I love seeing the reaction from people because it is nostalgic for them and they remember the songs. Some of the audience is older and can remember when the songs first came out. It is a walk down memory lane,” she said. “I think my voice was made for classic country music, so I love singing it. I like the music and I suppose my mother exposed me to it (Patsy Cline songs). It was there and I don’t remember looking for it,” said Brokop. “It wasn’t until I was researching about her, that I really got to know who Patsy Cline was and I discovered that she was quite an amazing lady. There is such a mystery around her and that is part of the reason she is so intriguing to people.” Tickets are available by calling Sharon at 780374-2403. The concert season in Daysland ends with Everything Fitz on April 12 at 7:30 p.m.

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World Day of Prayer service to be held in Camrose

Carol Lynn Papish March 4, 1970 ~ February 13, 2017

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The theme of “Am I Being Unfair to You?” has been selected by residents of the Philippines for World Day of Prayer 2017 on March 3. A special service will be held at the Ukrainian Catholic Church on Friday beginning at 1:30 p.m. Before the web, there was the World Day of Prayer, an international event that has been connecting people in a meaningful way for almost a century. Despite being planned years in advance, the services have a remarkable record for anticipating major events, such as the refugee crisis (France 2013), the Arab spring (Egypt 2014) and the winding down of the United States embargo against Cuba (Cuba 2016). The secret to this depth and insight is the women who plan and write each World Day of Prayer service. Too often, women have the most intimate experiences of armed conflict, violence, social injustice and human rights violations. Canadians can learn from women of the Philippines, a country on the front lines of climate change, foreign mining and resources interests, regional insurgency and social upheaval due to migration. We can all ask ourselves, “Am I being unfair to you?” On March 3, Christians in more than 170 countries and in 2,000 communities across Canada will gather to learn about, pray for and celebrate with the women of the Philippines through the World Day of Prayer. For more information on the World Day of Prayer service contact Karen Hansen at 780-672-4643. In Canada, the World Day of Prayer is coordinated by the Women’s Inter-Church Council of Canada. For World Day of Prayer materials or to learn more about WICC, visit the website at www.wicc.org or email wicc@wicc.org. The World Day of Prayer has its roots in an ecumenical day of prayer organized by women in Canada and the United States in 1920. This event became the international World Day of Prayer in 1922 and Christians around the world began celebrating this event on the first Friday of March.

Sheila Rae Streberg January 6, 1938 ~ February 18, 2017 Sheila Rae Streberg of Camrose passed away on Saturday, February 18, 2017 at the age of 79 years. Left to cherish her memory are her children Brad (Dawne) Streberg of Phoenix, Arizona and Mona (Barry) Phillips of Camrose; five grandchildren Shawn Streberg of Phoenix, Arizona, Grayson Streberg of Phoenix, Arizona, Kalyn Wilson (Perry Yurkoski) of Camrose, Karli Phillips of Camrose, and Conrad Phillips of Camrose; brother Vern (Phyllis) Phillips of Edmonton; sister Jerane Germaniak of Leduc; and companion Vernon Linzmeyer of Camrose. Sheila was predeceased by her husband Gerald “Gerry”, infant daughter Susan, and brother Harley Phillips. A Funeral Service will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 1, 2017 from Camrose United Church with Rev. Mary Ann Pastuck and Rev. Liz Carter-Morgan officiating. Inurnment will take place in Valleyview Cemetery, Camrose at a later date. If family and friends so desire, memorial contributions are gratefully accepted to the Battle River Community Foundation RE: Sheila Streberg Family Fund. To send condolences, please visit www.burgarfuneral home.com.

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It is with fond memories that we announce the passing of Carol at the age of 46 after her courageous battle with cancer. Carol was born in Wakaw on March 4, 1970. Carol went to Yellow Creek School and graduated in 1988. Shortly after, she attended Kelsey Institute in Saskatoon, where she graduated as a registered nurse in 1990. Her first job was in Camrose, Alberta, where she stayed until she met her fiancé Doug in 2006. She then transferred to the hospital in Red Deer where she worked until her illness. Carol leaves to mourn her friend and fiancé Doug Blatz, along with her dogs Caesar and Pepper and cat Charlie. She also leaves behind her parents David Papish and Shirley Papish; brother Randy; sister Lorie (Shawn) and their daughter Hunter and son Aidan; brother Richard; and numerous uncles, aunts and cousins. As well, she leaves behind the many friends she has met in her nursing career. Many thanks to Rhonda Hill for not just being an incredible friend, but for helping her with her medical needs towards her journey home. For those who are wishing to make a memorial donation in Carol’s name, the family has asked that they be made out to any SPCA or animal shelter near you. There was a time of fellowship and memories at the Sylvan Lake Legion Branch 212, 4916-50 Avenue, Sylvan Lake, AB on February 19, 2017. Cremation was entrusted to the Rocky Mountain Crematorium, Rocky Mountain House. Condolences may be forwarded to www.sylvanlakefuneral home.ca. Rocky and Sylvan Lake Funeral Homes and Crematorium, your Golden Rule Funeral Homes, entrusted with the arrangements Phone 403-845-2626

Margaret (Marge) Daneliuk May 25, 1949 ~ February 16, 2017 Marge Daneliuk of Edmonton passed away Thursday, February 16, 2017 at the Royal Alexandra Hospital at the age of 67 years. Left to cherish her memory are her sisters Joyce McVee of Camrose and Rose (Bill) Marshall of Sturgeon County; sons Russ Buckland and Geoff Buckland, both of Edmonton; one granddaughter Gabrielle; three brothers Dave Daneliuk of Edmonton, Eddie Zeller of London, ON and Lance (Cheryl) Zeller of Two Hills. Funeral Service will be held in June 2017. Details will be announced at a later date. To send condolences, please visit www.burgarfuneralhome.com.

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Ronald Ervin Zucht February 1, 1932 ~ February 14, 2017 Ron was a loving husband and father with a passion for golf, fishing, carpentry and inventions. Born in Hay Lakes, he married Gertrude Metzker in 1957 and spent the last 50 years living in Olds. He is survived by his wife Gertrude; daughters Lori Bryan and Shelley (Andrew) ZuchtShorter; three grandchildren Nathan Bartley, Tyler Bartley and Molly Shorter; and brothers Gordon and Lorne (Marg) Zucht. A Celebration of Life was held on Saturday, February 25, 2017 at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Olds. Memorial tributes may be made directly to the Alberta Heart and Stroke Foundation. Heartland Funeral Services Ltd., Olds entrusted with arrangements Phone 403-507-8610 www.heartlandfuneralservices.com

Leroy Simms Leroy Manuel Simms of Camrose, Alberta was born at St. Anthony, Newfoundland on May 7, 1958; he passed away unexpectedly at Regina, SK on February 19, 2017 at the age of 58 years. He is survived by his loving wife Laurie; daughter Alyssa (Mark) Hansen and their daughter Madison; son Aaron (Alyssa); ten siblings; as well as numerous nieces and nephews, relatives and friends. He was predeceased by his parents Arthur and Florence; and his mother-in-law and father-in-law Maxine and Henry Nordstrom. A memorial service was held at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, February 24, 2017 at Messiah Lutheran Church in Camrose, Alberta. Cremation has taken place. Memorial donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or to the Stollery Children’s Hospital.


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Robert Wayne Nelson December 26, 1945 ~ February 15, 2017 Wayne passed away peacefully at home with his wife and daughter, with the assistance of the MAID team on the evening of February 15, 2017. Robert was born on December 26, 1945 in Vernon, BC, the second of three sons to Bob and Verna Nelson. It was here that he fell in love both with falconry and his wife of 49 years, Alora (White), at the age of 15. Together, they attended UBC where he obtained his Bachelor of Science Degree. In 1967, they were married in Vernon and headed to Alberta where they would remain for the rest of his life. It was at the University of Calgary where he obtained his Master of Science in Biology and Doctor of Philosophy in Biology – Behavioural Ecology. His research on Peregrine Falcons started on Langara Island, Haida Gwaii in 1968 and continued for 43 years, probably one of the longest continuing studies by an individual in the bird world. Wayne taught Biology at Camrose Lutheran College from 1979 to 1982. He then worked for the Government of Alberta as a biologist for 25 years, working tirelessly to protect the environment. In retirement, his love of raptors continued through his work wing tagging turkey vultures in central Alberta for the past seven years. Wayne’s life was spent as a scientist, falconer, avid reader, writer and researcher, photographer, lover of art and music, loving husband, father and Pa. Wayne is survived by his wife Alora; daughter Jennifer Willes; and granddaughters Olivia and Vienna. He is also survived by brothers Charles (Marlene) and Dennis (Patti) of Surrey, BC; and four nephews,

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one niece and their families, all of the lower mainland, BC. Wayne has chosen to not have a public memorial. Alora and their family will join together at Langara Island this summer, where Wayne began his lifelong study of Peales Peregrines in 1968. Wayne read every day of his life and, in tribute, he requested that any donations be made to the Camrose Public Library, Augustana University Library Science Department or the University of Calgary Science Department. In Wayne’s own words, as quoted in The Alberta Falconry Associating 2014 Journal assembled by Alex Stokes, “Some days are just spectacularly beautiful, exciting and memorable. And many of those are falconry and wild raptor days. My years have seen a number of those days – but not enough! From my early teens onward, the pursuit of these two, closely-related, magnificent moments has guided much of my life.” Special thanks to Tanya and the three doctors (of Wetaskiwin, Ponoka and Calgary) who made Wayne’s passing peaceful and on his own terms. If family and friends so desire, memorial contributions are gratefully accepted to the Augustana Library, Camrose Public Library, or to the University of Calgary Library. To send condolences, please visit www.burgarfuneralhome.com.

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Rising energy costs causes concern By Bruce Hinkley, Wetaskiwin-Camrose

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Here is a brief backgrounder about the carbon levy, natural gas and electricity bills. I have received replies from Direct Energy, the Utilities Consumer Advocate and constituents about rising utility bills. On your natural gas bill the carbon levy is only one component of your overall price. As it is based on the ‘amount’ of natural gas consumed, it will increase during the winter and decrease considerably in warmer months. For 60 per cent of Alberta households, carbon rebates are intended to cover a typical Albertans’ carbon levy costs. This is based on income. Some Albertans will receive partial coverage. The carbon levy still provides incentive to reduce consumption–if you reduce your consumption, you will save more of your rebates and can come out ahead, with additional money in your pocket. In addition to rebates, the carbon levy is funding energy saving efficiency programs that will help Albertans to reduce their energy consumption, allowing them to save even more on energy costs. The carbon levy is only a small part of your heating cost increase. Enmax said, on Monday, Feb. 13th: “About 80 per cent of the increase in bills can be directly attributed to the extended and extremely cold temperatures we experience this winter.” Especially compared to our very mild November. Higher transmission charges in recent months are likely a result of households’ increased gas consumption. Transmission charges are variable, meaning they are based on your varying consumption. Higher distribution charges are a results of continuous investment and improvements in the distribution systems that bring gas to your homes and businesses. Complaints about distribution and transmission charges can be directed to the Utilities Consumer Advocate: 1-866-744-5129. Rate Rider X (for Direct Energy PRO customers) is being used by Direct Energy to recover the costs of their settlement and litigation fees resulting from settling a class action suit with customers over late fee billing practices. This was not a rider from the government and is not related to government policy. Concerns and complaints can be directed to Direct Energy at: directenergy. com/alberta; the Alberta Utilities Commission at: auc. ab.ca and the Utilities Consumer Advocate at: ucahelp. alberta.ca. Despite what some have suggested, there is ‘no’ carbon levy on electricity bills. The carbon levy is not affecting electricity bills. With regard to your electricity bills we have given the Balancing Pool the tools it needs to manage expenses. This is protecting consumers by limiting a charge that could have been $13/MWh to $1.11/MWh. For a typical residential consumer, that charge could have been $8 per month, but instead will be 67 cents per month. For a 50 megawatt oil and gas facility, for example, the cost would have been around $300,000 a month if our government had not taken action. By giving the Balancing Pool the tools it needs to smooth out the cost, that cost is about $24,000–a difference of over $250,000 every month. We announced a 6.8 cent per kWh price ceiling on the regulated rate option for electricity, that will take effect June 1. The electricity system we inherited is exceptionally volatile. Volatility was built into the design of this system. While we transition to a more stable electricity system through the adoption of a capacity market, we are protecting consumers against the sort of unexpected and unpredictable price spikes that have happened in the past. You may have also heard in the news that two additional medical examiners have been added to the office of the chief medical examiner to strengthen service to Albertans by increasing the speed of death investigations and allow families to receive important information about their loved one. This brings the number of medical examiners to 10. The two additional positions will help complete the 20,000 death investigations, including 4,000 autopsies performed every year in Alberta. For more information check the Alberta Government web pages or call my offices to talk to Niel or Tony at either 780-672-0000 or 780-352-0241.

STARS Air Ambulance makes a difference in rural areas By Murray Green

STARS Air Ambulance fly an average of five missions a day from three bases in Calgary, Edmonton and Grande Prairie. “This year marks the 24th STARS lottery in Alberta, and with the vital support of each of you, we have been so fortunate to sell out all of our previous 23 lotteries,” said Mark Oddan, communications lead. “Our very experienced doctors, nurses and paramedics used their critical care expertise to help 1,814 patients in more than 250 communities in Alberta last year, helping people where they needed it – on scene, or transporting them from a rural hospital to tertiary care. We carried out 22 missions to Camrose in the 2015-16 fiscal year alone.” It takes $10 million to run a STARS base. Funds from the lottery contribute to one-third of STARS’ operating budget in the province. For two weeks one winter, Matea Smid’s parents feared that their daughter would never reach her first birthday, learn to walk, or play with her sister. Would she get the chance to begin Grade 1? A severe blood infection left the eight month old lethargic, swollen and struggling to breathe. Her veins were collapsing. The rural doctor knew Matea needed urgent critical care in the city and feared time was running out. He called STARS for help. As the helicopter left,

with Matea in the care of STARS’ air medical crew, her parents felt a flood of relief knowing she was in excellent hands. Two weeks later, on Matea’s last night in hospital, her mother Pam wrote a letter to her daughter. In it, she counted her blessings and expressed her gratitude. She told her young baby how tremendously grateful she was to have one more day, week, month, year, or decade together. Every day, parents Pam and Terrace and sister Keziah thank Albertans for helping save Matea’s life. Twenty minutes after taking a selfie on the slopes and sending it to his wife,

and went from turning down the slopes to lying on a stretcher,” he said. “My world quickly changed as I struggled to breathe. My medical crew gave me oxygen and tried to keep my heart beating. As the helicopter lifted off from the ski hill I remember looking up at my flight nurse and thinking: I can’t miss my son’s wedding.” Not only did he make it to the wedding, Hank is back on the ski hill. “I will never forget how an entire team of medical professionals used their skills, training and compassion to fight for my life. “Every day, I think of the stent in my heart and remember the fear my fam-

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Hank Postma nearly died of a heart attack. He was healthy and happy and never dreamed his heart would fail at age 56 while downhill skiing. “At first, I either ignored the signs or didn’t recognize the symptoms

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ily and I experienced. We all feel fortunate to still be together and are thankful to STARS for giving us this chance.” Learn more about Hank’s and Matea’s stories and how your support saves lives at www.starslotteryalberta.ca.

Murray Green, Camrose Booster The St. Mary’s Hospital Ladies Auxiliary honoured members for volunteering for many years. Back row from left, Geraldine Szott, 15 years; St. Mary’s site administrator Cherylyn Antymniuk, Anne Laskosky, 15 years; Bernice MacFarlane, five years; and St. Mary’s volunteer and foundation coordinator Anna Radchenko. Front row from left, Audrey Heck, 20 years; and Freda Kushnerick, 20 years. Missing were Giselle Soucy, Linda Heck and Debbie Muise.


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CAMROSE WILD ROSE DANCE CLUB ST. PATRICK’S DANCE – Mirror Lake Centre, 5415 49 Avenue, Camrose. Saturday March 4. Band: Sparkling Tones. 8 pm to midnight. Admission $15/person. Lunch 10:30 pm. Ages 18+ welcome. Call Hilda 780-672-6811 for information or visit www. camroseseniorcentre.com. THE CAMROSE & DISTRICT SENIOR SOCIETY will be holding the Annual General Meeting on March 30, at 9:30 am in the lounge area of Mirror Lake Centre, 541549 Avenue. All members are encouraged to attend. For mor information call 780-672-7022. AN N UAL SPR I NG SOCIAL SPONSORED BY ROUND HILL AG SOCIETY – March 4, doors open 6:00 pm, dinner served 6:30 pm. Tickets $20 (until March 2) then $25. Youth 6-12 half price. Children 5 and under free. Entertainment provided by singer Charly Doll. For tickets call Nola Sherbaniuk at 780-672-7583. Silent auction included.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS GOURMET PANCAKE SUPPER – St. Andrew’s Anglican Church, 4713-50 Street. Tuesday, February 28, 2017. 4:30 - 7:00 p.m. $9 Adults. Children 6 years and under, free. B E R E AV E M E N T SUPPORT GROUP – For those who have experienced the loss of a loved one. Wednesday evenings; March 29 – May 17, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Sponsored by Covenant Health St. Mary’s Hospital. To register, please call Lyndell Drever: 780-608-6337 by March 24. CAMROSE FOOD BANK NEEDS YOUR HELP! Earn Rose City Farmers’ Market bucks for each donation 1-6 every Thursday, Duggan Mall. Call Allan at 780-678-0349 for info or tables.

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

HELP WANTED FAR M LABOR ER / EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE/OPERATOR HELP WANTED – Part-time, ideal for mechanically inclined person. Farm experience an asset but not required. Join our family farm team. Submit resumé to Box 333, c/o Camrose Booster Ltd., 4925-48 St., Camrose, AB T4V 1L7.

FULL-TIME/PARTTIME MOTOR COACH OPERATORS – Must have Class I or Class II license with air endorsement and three years’ experience. Email resumés to: dispatch@biwest.com OR Fax to: Bi West Translines at 780672-9567. TIRAS DAIRIES, INC. REQUIRES F/T MILK PROCESSING SUPERVISOR NOC 9213 – Hours may vary. Morning, afternoon or evening shift work. Must have 5-7 years’ supervisory experience in the food and beverage industry. Extensive knowledge in the operation of HTST pasteurization processing and CIP/SIP systems is required, along with a working knowledge of HACCP and CFIA regulations. Supervisor will prepare production and other reports, and manage inventory control. Duties may include training staff in cheese production following GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices). A knowledge of preventive maintenance of machinery and equipment is required. Starting wage is $22/hr., no benefits. Please submit resumé in person or by mail to: Tiras Dairies Inc., 3712-42 Ave., Camrose, AB T4V 4W3; or fax to 780608-2492.

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

SERVICES SELF-INKING STAMPS – Every shape, size, and colour. We deliver, right to your office. Camrose Booster Ltd., 4925-48 St., Camrose. Call us at 780-672-3142. DSS CONSTRUCTION Don’t put off those projects any longer! Give me a call and we can plan together. Devin Meakins, Ph. 780-853-1080 LaCRIA TRUCKING Potable Water Hauling Residential, Commercial, Oilfield Gerald and Marla Steinwand, Owners PHONE 780-679-9134 R.J.’S CONSTRUCTION Renovations, bathrooms, additions and repairs. Garages, concrete work. Arborite and tiles. 20 years’ experience in Camrose Call Rob, 780-672-0521 RICK’S DRYWALL, BOARDING, TAPING & TEXTURING 30 Years’ Experience For all your drywall needs call 780-672-1980 or 780-679-7346

McTAVISH DELIVERIES LTD. Local and long distance moving Storage Insured and bonded Where your business is appreciated 780-672-5242, Camrose HOUSECLEANING AVAILABLE – Friendly, reliable, thorough. Call the Cleaning Fairy at 780-608-4292. TRIATHLON PROPERTY SOLUTIONS – has been successf ul ly proper t y maintaining/reconditioning their own properties for 11 years and is looking to provide the same service to other landlords at a reasonable price. Call today. Reasonable rates, excellent service. For whatever your needs may be. Dave P. 780-678-6163. THE SHIRT OFF MY BACK TAILORING HAS MOVED! TO ELAINE’S HOME in Camrose Please Call 780-672-4793 Tues. - Fri., 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Thurs. Evening and Sat.: By Appointment Closed: Sun., Mon. and Holidays J.D.’s SMALL ENGINE REPAIR, SALES & SERVICE – Ph. 780-672-7649. JUNK TO THE DUMP – Free estimates. Garages, Basements, Yards, Light hauling. Tom – 780-678-1847.

FOR RENT CAMROSE MOOSE HALL FOR RENT Ideal for weddings, banquets, any celebration or special occasion. Call 780-672-2505 SHORELINE APTS. – 4828-54 St. One-bedroom apartment w/balcony and two-bedroom apartment in quiet, adult building with elevator. Heat and complimentary laundry included. No smoking, no pets. Call 780621-8495. ASPEN TERRACE 100, 4920-66 St., Camrose AB One- and two-bedroom suites available for IMMEDIATE move in! Rents starting at $795. Modern, spacious apartment homes including fridge, stove, and full size washer and dryer in suite. Also includes heat, hot water, all window coverings and one parking stall. Small pets welcome. Call today for viewing. 780-672-8681 FOUR-BEDROOM HOUSE – Two full bathrooms, two-car heated garage, large fenced backyard with fire pit. $1,800/mo., $1,800 damage deposit. Pets allowed with pet deposit. Call 780-672-1723.

TAMARACK PLACE Senior friendly community, smoke and pet-free. Features a social room, elevator and on-site manager. We are now accepting applications for our two-bedroom suites. All suites contain five appliances, including in-suite washer and dryer. Office hours: Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon Ph. 780-678-2621 STORAGE NATIONAL SUPERSTORAGE INC. 780-608-6883 MID-CITY PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, 1017197 Alberta Ltd. For All Your Rental Needs We have: • Duplexes • Houses • 4-Plexes • Condos • Apartments • Storage and more! Call 780-672-0662 or more info and listings or visit our ads on Kijiji PRIME DOWNTOWN SINGLE OFFICE SPACE at 4979-50 Street with elevator access 150 sq. ft. $300/mo., utilities included Call 780-679-5085 ROOMS FOR RENT in The Scotney and Jacqueline character homes. Both are 2.5 blocks from university in Camrose. Clean, quiet and bright. Rent is $550 - $600 monthly plus DD and includes WiFi, utilities, recycle pick-up, yard care and snow removal. Partially furnished w/ shared laundry. (Some rooms are fully furnished for international students.) This is an affordable, quality accommodation that fills quickly. (Some rooms still available.) No partiers, smokers or pets allowed. Reduced rate over the summer for students. Please call Dave P., 780678-6163. MAIN STREET RETAIL SPACE – Ground floor retail space located in high traffic, southerly area of Main Street, Camrose. Generous 1,664 sq. ft. of prime space at 4868-50 Street. Immediate occupancy. Nicely decorated, air conditioned. $12.97/sq. ft./ yr., plus share of property taxes, utilities and insurance boils out to $2,483.52 monthly. Call Blain or Don at 780-672-3142, the fairest, most reasonable people in the business. 4911A-69 STREET New, open design, lots of natural light. $1200/mo. plus utilities, 2-bedroom, 2-bath upper level of an up and down duplex. No smoking, no pets. Call 780-608-6310.

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6205 ENEVOLD DRIVE Available March 1, $1200/mo. plus utilities, 3-bedroom, 2-bath townhouse. No smoking, no pets. Call 780-608-6310. THREE-BEDROOM BASEMENT SUITE – Selfcontained. One block from U of A, walking distance to downtown. Looking for mature adult, no smoking, pets, or partying. Contact 780-855-2240. OFFICE SPACE – Nicely decorated second floor office over main street Camrose. Cozy 146 sq. ft. for only $170.09 monthly. Call the fairest and most reasonable landlords in the business, Blain or Don at 780672-3142, days. ACREAGE FOR RENT, ROSALIND AREA – 1,500 sq. ft. bungalow home with attached garage. $1,500 + utilities. 780679-5834.

HOUSEHOLD FOR SALE – SIDE CHAIR TABLE – Only 8 months old, it has two drawers, 24” x 14” wide, 24” high. FOR “TRISHA ROMANCE” LOVERS – Print called “Christmas at the Cottage.” Value for print is $380. Beautifully framed. More information, call Laurie, 780781-9714. DINING SET – 7-piece counter height, 6 chairs. Table with fold-away leaf. Table extends to 53” by 54.” Espresso, excellent condition. $650. 780673-3338. CHEST OF DRAWERS – Six drawers, made from oak. $90. 780-877-2255. NIGHT TABLE – 2 drawers, oak. $40. 780877-2255. CHEST OF DRAWERS – Two drawer pine. $30. 780877-2255. SMALL wood lamp TABLE – $15. 780-877-2255. MOBILE WOOD TV TABLE – Two shelves. $15. 780-877-2255. L A RG E WO O D ARMOIRE – Mirrored back, coat hangers and seat. $50. 780877-2255. Steel desk on wheels – $30. 780-877-2255. Kitchen Table – No chairs. $35. 780-877-2255. Kitchen Table – Four chairs. $65. 780-877-2255. Sofa – Blue velvet. $50. 780-877-2255. Folding 8 ft. Wooden tables – $40. 780877-2255. TEA POT – Twelve cup red china. With crochet cover. $25. 780-877-2255.

CHORD ORGAN – Comes with extra music books. $50. 780-877-2255.

Vikings prepare for playoffs By Murray Green

LIVESTOCK / FEED Gelbvieh bulls – Two year old and yearling, registered polled bulls from our 38-year breeding program. Reds and blacks available. 780-672-9950. BALES – 100 round barley straw bales. $22/bale. 780-877-2339. 780-877-2326. FOR SALE – Round hay bales, alfalfa mixture. 40 at $55 each, no rain. 100 at $50 each. 50 round straw bales. 780-375-3965.

MACHINERY 1997 FLEXI-COIL 5000 AIR DRILL – 33’, 1720 TBH tank, single shoot, 550 pound trips, blockage monitors, 9” spacing, steel packers, seed treater, shedded, excellent. $32,500. 780-374-2317. 780-608-3377. 1993 CASEIH 9230 4WD TRACTOR – 7740 hours, 12-speed powershift, PTO, 240 hp, shedded, excellent. $45,000. 780-374-2317. 780608-3377. 1977 GMC 6500 HD – 3 tonne, 15’ box and hoist, remote endgate and hoist controls, 366 motor, 117,000 miles, roll-up tarp. $12,500. 780-374-2317. 780-608-3377.

MISCELLANEOUS PIPE – Tubing from 1 1/4” to 3 1/2”. Sucker rod - 3/4”, 7/8” and 1”. Line pipe and Casing also available. Wainwright, AB. 1-800-661-7858. CAPTAIN’S CHAIRS – Steel frames for house or auto. $50. 780-877-2255. HARD COVER BOOKS – Two for $5. 780-877-2255. PAPER BACK BOOKS – Bags of 25 for $5. 780-877-2255. RUBBER MAID PAIL, SQUEEGEE AND MOP – Commercial grade. $50. 780877-2255. 15” TIRE RIMS – $40 for both. 780-877-2255.

The Augustana Vikings hockey team will meet the Red Deer Kings in the first round of the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference playoffs. The same two teams split a series on Feb. 17 and 18 to set up the grudge match. Augustana needed overtime to win 3-2 in the first game. Travis Mayan and Dylan Coupal scored power play tallies for the Vikings in the contest that was tied 1-1 after the first and both squads scored in the third. Jeff Lorenz garnered the winning marker in overtime. Goalie Curtis Skip stopped 44 of 46 shots for the win. The Vikings dropped a close-checking 2-1 game in the rematch. Cody Fiala scored with a man advantage for the only tally. Skip turned away 31 of 33 shots in the Augustana net. Volleyball

Former Vikings player Keri Alcorn was named to the women’s north all-conference team. No current Vikings players were selected to the women’s or men’s team. Augustana women finished the year with a 6-18 record with four wins coming against Concordia. They closed out the year with 3-1 and 3-0 victories on Feb. 17 and 18. The Vikings women’s team lost two straight 3-0 matches to the Lakeland Rustlers on Feb. 11 and 12. On the men’s side, the Vikings split a series with

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Email resumé to: employment@mcsnet.ca Concordia the last weekend of the regular season. After dropping a 3-1 match on Feb. 17, the Vikings won an exciting 3-2 match with a 21-19 win in the fifth game. The Augustana team wrapped up the regular season with a 10-14 fifth place record, just missing out on playoffs. Basketball

The Augustana women’s team sits in fifth place, just missing a playoff spot. The Vikings lost two games to Concordia on Feb. 17 and 18 to set them back. The Thunder won 84-66 and 67-39. In the first game, Shea Jose led the offence with 18 points, while Hayley Story chipped in with 15. Story netted 13 points in the rematch with Nicole Ubels adding 12 in support. The men’s team qualified for the playoffs and cur-

rently sit in fourth place even though the Vikings lost 83-78 and 71-69 to Concordia. Spencer Marion netted 21 points and Michael Stasuik chipped in with 17 to led the Vikings on offence in the first game. Riley Wallace collected 23 points and Stasuik added 16 in the second contest. Augustana split with the third place Rustlers to secure a spot in the playoffs. Lakeland won 83-64, but the Vikings bounced back to win an exciting 79-76 overtime game in Camrose. Eddy Nkerabahizi led with 20 points and Darian Smigorowsky chipped in with 15 in the away contest. At home, Marion counted 23 points and Stasuik recorded 20 points in support. Men’s playoffs will be held on March 3 and 4 in Medicine Hat.

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NEW 2 -BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE UNITS AVAILABLE – Never lived in! Energy efficient, quiet, superior craftsmanship. Five appliances including dishwasher, and laundry. Plenty of storage space. Local owner managed. Seeking mature, responsible adult tenants. No smoking, no pets (small older dogs welcome), no children. Yard work, snow shovelling provided. 780-679-7090.

Kenmore sewing machine – with extra bobbins, needles, and attachments. $99. 780-877-2255.

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Library offerings By Lori Larsen

The Camrose Public Library offers a variety of programs for adults that encourages learning new things or building on skills all the while getting out and meeting people. Maria Lougheed will be holding a Knit Along on March 11 from 1 to 3 p.m. Bring your knitting needles and yarn and join in with others. Register by calling 780-672-4214. The Hospice Society of Camrose and District invites anyone to join the Death Café and the discussion on death and dying on March 15 at 7 p.m. The Healthy Living Centre Series is holding a seminar on Communication in Aging on March 15 at 1:30 p.m. The session will include information on how to maintain and optimize communication skills at any age with a primary focus on older adults. Participants will learn how to identify a potential communication difficulty and find local resources for support. Participants can register by calling 780-672-4214. Regular programs will continue throughout the remainder of the winter into the spring and include the Spanish Circle on Mondays from 3 to 4 p.m. Got Ukulele is held on Mondays from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. Participants can bring their own ukulele or borrow from the library. Newcomers on every Tuesday runs from 1 to 2 p.m. and encourages anyone new to Camrose or Canada to come and learn about Camrose. Join the French Circle held every Wednesday at 6 p.m. and participate in casual, fun French conversations. Any level of French speaking adults are welcome. Cooking is always a wonderful way to socialize. Residents are invited to come and enjoy the Cookbook Club held every second Monday of the month at 11 a.m. Participants are asked to make a sample recipe from a cookbook and bring the sample and recipe along to the session. March is Make Something Green or Irish. Make and Take greeting card session is every second Tuesday of the month from 1 to 2 p.m. Register by calling 780-672-4214. Bring a drum or borrow a drum and join others for the Drum Circle held every fourth Monday of the Month from 6 to 7:30 p.m. No musical experience is necessary. For more information on any of the programs or services offered by the Camrose Public Library visit the website at cpl.prl.ab.ca or telephone 780-672 4214.

BUSINESS KEEPS BUILDING AT HAUSER HOME HARDWARE

WE’RE HIRING!

Lighting Department Salesperson FULL-TIME

Find satisfaction from giving advice on simple repairs to using your creativity to help our clients’ renovations or new home projects look fabulous. Experience with reading blueprints will be advantageous.

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

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

CLASS 1 BULK OIL LUBRICANT DRIVER Looking for more hours? We’ve got them! Ross Agri is medium size company with locations throughout Alberta. We have been in business for 30 years and are looking for a Bulk Lubricant Driver for our Camrose operation. The successful candidate will be based in Camrose, Alberta and will have the ability to grow with us.

RESPONSIBILITIES • Bulk Oil deliveries • Inventory management • Customer relations

KNOWLEDGE/SKILL REQUIREMENTS • 5 to 10 years’ driving experience required • Class 1 License • Oilfield certificates an asset Great working conditions,competitive salary and full benefit package will be available to the successful candidate. Camrose

Please submit resumé to:

Ross Agri 3838-47 Avenue, Camrose, AB T4V 3W8 Attention: Mike Ross Fax: 780-672-1673 Cell: 780-878-4713 Office: 780-672-2529 or Email: mross@rossagri.ca

Silver Creek Golf Course is Now Hiring a

Seasonal Caterer

Qualifications: • Candidate must be able to work a variety of shifts dependant on the tournament catering schedule. • Catering experience is necessary. • Must be able to work and keep up in a fast-paced working environment, as well as the ability to work as a team member. • Candidate must also be able to handle cooking and prepping food for large quantities of people. We appreciate all applications but only those who are selected for an interview will be contacted. Please email your cover letter and resumé to steven@silvercreekgolfcourse.com

CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER This vibrant community in the East Central Region of Alberta is seeking a permanent part-time (3 days a week) Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) who will be a team player working with Council to provide exceptional leadership to the village. Candidates must possess excellent communication abilities and have experience and education in budgeting, finance and management. Candidates with a sound understanding of municipal administration and governance will be given preference. As Donalda is a small, but thriving, community, the CAO will be expected to interface with the community and its organizations and to understand the culture of the community. The position will remain open until a suitable candidate is selected. While the Village appreciates all those who apply for this position, it will contact only those who will be given interviews for the position. Please send your resumés to the P.O. Box 160, Donalda, AB T0B 1H0 (marked CAO Position on the envelope) or email them to cao@village.donalda.ab.ca

Servers and Bartenders

Opportunity knocks! Join the friendly, professional team at the Norsemen Inn. Openings now exist for

• Evening Weeknight Bartender in The Tap Room • Bar Runner in The Tap Room • Saturday Night Waitress in The Tap Room Apply for these positions with resumé at the front desk.

AMRAA Equipment is currently looking for an experienced

JOURNEYMAN MECHANIC

Prefer Ag experience but will consider heavy duty. This is a full-time positon. Looking for someone with strong electrical and hydraulic skills, able to work both in the shop and on the road running a service truck. Applicant will have to work weekends if necessary during the busy season. AMRAA Equipment offers competitive wages, and benefit package. Please send resumé to: jim@amraa.ca


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Bylaw No. 1392 Pursuant to Section 606 of the Municipal Government Act, the Council of Camrose County gives notice that it has given First Reading to Bylaw No. 1392 to amend Land Use Bylaw No. 1373.

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

Viking in hunt for Small Town Saturday Night contest

Available Positions • Food Service Supervisors (FSS) – Full-time / shift work, By Murray Green Minimum 1 to 2 years’ industry experience, $14.00 per hour The community of plus benefits depending on experience Viking is one of the 10 finalAnyone affected by this • Food Service Attendants (FSA) – Part-time / Full-time ists for the Big Valley JamboAmendment may make shift work, no experience or education necessary, $12.20 / ree’s Small Town Saturday written submissions before $13.25 per hour plus benefits depending on availability and Night contest to celebrate the 12:00 p.m., Tue., March 7, experience Prepared by the festival’s in REP. 25th anniversary 2017. The Public Hearing Carly HR ADWORKS • Graveyard Shift Positions for FSS and FSA – Bonus: $25.00 the summer of 2017. for Bylaw No. 1392 will be DESIGNER per graveyard shift spanning 12:00 midnight to 5:00 am Service Team A Big ValleyJulie Jamboree held on Tuesday, March 14, PROOFED experience thatCarly includes 2017, at 10:30 a.m. in the Hiring for 796005 Alberta Ltd. o/a Tim Hortons West, ESTIMATED County Council Chambers, Carly the grand prize of a con6602-48 Avenue, Camrose, AB T4V 4R1 3755-43 Avenue, Camrose, cert SENT headlined byCarly Canadian • FSS • FSA • 6 Graveyard FSS • 6 Graveyard FSA Alberta T4V 3S8. Written country music artist Gord – All starting ASAP submissions will be heard All prices exclude taxes Bamford, with Big Valley’s AD PROOF & ESTIMATE Prices do not include 5% GST first, oral submissions will Apply by mail, phone 780-608-7626 (Roxy/Ken) or fax 780-672-9455 own Danny Hooper acting as be heard as time permits. Docket Media Section Insertion Date Ad Size Price master of ceremonies for the Hiring for 1256146 Alberta Ltd. o/a Tim Hortons East, Copies of the proposed 1702-056 Camrose Booster Careers Feb 28/17 2 col x 4.68 show$0.00 will be awarded to one 3601-48 Avenue, Camrose, AB T4V 1L8 Bylaw are available at lucky$0.00 rural Alberta commu• FSS • FSA • 6 Graveyard FSS • 6 Graveyard FSA the County Office during nity. All the excitement of – All starting ASAP office hours, Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and $0.00 the festival, including some 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. or online at www.county.camrose.ab.ca. Apply by mail, phone 780-672-5087 (Diane/Dave) or fax 780-672-8808 $0.00 of Canada’s finest country $0.00 music entertainers will be coming to a small town in TOTAL PRICE $0.00 Alberta. The event will also include a songwriters cirNow hiring for permanent full-time / part-time! cle to open the show comAT BOTH LOCATIONS IN CAMROSE! prised of artists yet to be Honesty, caring and a workplace that feels like home announced. An employer you can count on Top 10 Alberta ComApply in person with resumé at either Camrose store munities in order of votes received were La Glace, Peace River, Innisfail, Rimbey, Viking, Rocky Mountain Pursuant to Section 606 of the Municipal Government Act, the House, Ashmont, Drayton Council of Camrose County gives notice that it has given First Valley, Duchess, and CrowsReading to Bylaw No. 1391 to amend Land Use Bylaw No. 1373. nest Pass. The purpose of this Bylaw is to redistrict Pt. NE 28-46-21-W4 from Videos to be voted on by A – Agriculture District to CR1 – Small Lot Country Residential the general public starts on District. The intent is to allow the establishment of additional March 13 at noon to select residential development consistent with the adjacent multilot the grand prize winner. The subdivision. If you share our passion for success and high performance, winning community will be then Viterra is the place for you. Anyone affected by this announced on March 28 and Amendment may make the grand prize concert will Assistant Manager written submissions before take place on April 29. Killam, AB 12:00 p.m., Tue., March 7, Voting will take place We are looking for a self-starter to join our team. As the Assistant Manager, you 2017. The Public Hearing will be responsible for supervising and participating in the efficient and profitable exclusively through www. for Bylaw No. 1391 will be management of market centre facilities and inventories, including receiving, BigValleyJamboree.com held on Tuesday, March 14, cleaning, drying, storing and quality control functions. where the public will be able 2017, at 10:00 a.m. in the Ideal candidates have post-secondary degree in Agri-Business or equivalent County Council Chambers, to view the student produced combination of education and experience. Minimum of four (4) years or related management experience. 3755-43 Avenue, Camrose, videos and vote for their Alberta T4V 3S8. Written Tracking number R-4334 favorite. submissions will be heard Viterra offers a competitive salary and benefits plan. At the contest deadline first, oral submissions will it was revealed that over 30 For more information and to apply, please visit Viterra.com. be heard as time permits. communities from all over Viterra is Canada’s grain industry leader, supported by the expertise of its people, a superior Copies of the proposed network of assets, and unrivalled connections to world markets. Headquartered in Regina, Alberta entered the contest Saskatchewan, our commitment to agriculture goes back over 100 years, partnering with Bylaw are available at the County Office during office hours, for the initial voting period farmers to market and move their crops to areas of need around the world. Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. representing 130,000 AlberGuided by our values of integrity, trust and respect, our goal is to achieve a workforce as or online at www.county.camrose.ab.ca. diverse as the people we serve. We encourage aboriginal people, persons with disabilities, tans who call those commuwomen, visible minorities and others to join our team. nities home. “The response has been Visit Viterra.com incredible and just goes to show the reaches of the Big Valley Jamboree Music Festival over the last 25 years,” said Gord Bamford, Small Town Saturday Night headYou supply the photo in person or lining artist. “It is going to be by email (ads@camrosebooster. an amazing experience and com) and we will add it to your we look forward to putting on paid classified advertisement at an unforgettable show to the absolutely no extra charge. We might well be displaying the job, career or winning community.” ONLY applies to: Auto, Boats, educational possibility that’s right for you. RVs, Motorcycles, ATVs, Auto In addition to the exciteMisc., Pets/Pet Supplies, Lost ment of hosting this once-inDownload… and Found, Rentals, Livestock, a-lifetime concert experience, Machinery, Household, the winning community can Real Estate and Misc. use the event as a fundraiser Always better – Always better read! to support a local charity or municipal initiative of their FIVE-PIECE WESTBURY choice. The 2013 event resultDRUM SET – $350. Ph. 7804925-48 Street, Camrose, AB T4V 1L7 ed in raising $67,000 for the Phone 780-672-3142 • Fax 780-672-2518 373-3743. Town of Bashaw School Arts Email ads@camrosebooster.com Infusion Program. The purpose of this Bylaw is to redistrict Lot 21, Block 3, Plan 7309AD (Duhamel Community Hall) from UC – Urban Commercial District to UR – Urban Residential District. The intent is to allow the existing community hall to be converted to a residence.

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Enforcement agencies team up By Lori Larsen

Enforcement agencies will often team up in order to provide a broader scope of enforcement and ultimately ensure public safety. Reports out of the Camrose Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Branch indicated the following: Feb. 12

Officers focused on Fisheries Act inspections as well as OHV inspections (off-highway vehicles such as snowmobiles, quads and side by sides) relating to insurance and registration requirements. Approximately 85 users were checked and 24 violations were initiated by officers for prosecution. Feb. 11

Officers from Camrose and Stettler fish and Wildlife districts teamed up with the Bashaw RCMP, to respond to fisheries violations on Buffalo Lake. The six officers checked well over 100 anglers on the lake and dealt with fisheries violations, unlawful possession of narcotics, off-highway vehicle violations and

Team enforcement

alcohol related violations. Compliance was about 85 per cent with only 15 violation tickets being issued. Officers also focused on off highway vehicle inspection ensuring OHVs were properly insured, registered and displaying a license plate, as required by law when operating on any public land within the Province of Alberta. The compliance rate was quite low with several tickets and warnings being issued. Note the law

Off-highway users are required to produce the proper documentation for any off-highway vehicles including proof of valid registration, insurance and licence plates when operating on public lands. Having these documents

enables officers to establish ownership and aides in the investigation of any stolen OHVs. It also protects public safety and the operators of the vehicles from liability in the event of an accident or theft. Any unregistered and or uninsured OHV is subject to immediate seizure and penalties under the Off-Highway Vehicle Regulations or the Traffic Safety Act. Officers remind OHV operators that the use of alcohol or illegal drugs while operating OHVs in public places may result in charges for impaired driving similar to that of on-highway motor vehicles and the consumption of alcohol in any public place, including temporary ice shelters (shacks) unless that place is deemed a temporary residence whereby all parties stay overnight in the shelter, is unlawful. Operating any motor vehicle including OHVs even on private property while consuming alcohol is extremely dangerous and should always be avoided.

Central Agencies Home of the Week

High end home in small town

By Lori Larsen

There is nothing like the easy going atmosphere of a small town, a wonderful place to raise children and feel a close sense of belonging. Located in the quaint village of Hay Lakes this top of the line home is still only 32 Kilometres to Camrose or 50 to Edmonton. From the minute you walk into this five-bedroom home you will notice how it has been kept in immaculate condition. The large front entry offers plenty of room to greet guests and the open concept allows for easy flow into the rest of the home. The kitchen is simply gorgeous with high end finishes such as quartz countertops, horizontal backsplash tiles, up-scale appliances including a sleek stainless range hood and stylish cabinets and there is plenty of storage with the corner pantry. Adjacent to the kitchen is a dining area flooded with natural light from the large window and patio doors to the back deck. The kitchen and dining open up into the living room with a tall feature wall, the perfect place to showcase your favourite art piece along with the gas burning fireplace. The beautiful staircase leads to the second level where a cozy bonus room can

be used for family movie or games night. The large master suite has a walk-in closet, patio doors leading to a private balcony and an en suite that is sure to make any homeowner feel like royalty with its walk-in shower and corner spa tub. Completing the upper level are two more good sized bedrooms and a four-piece bathroom. The basement includes plenty more room with a wonderful family/playroom, two more bedrooms, another four-piece bathroom and storage. If all that weren't enough, the fabulous three-car garage offers not only room to park your vehicles but space to house a good-sized workbench. Included in the purchase are the stove, fridge, dishwasher, washer, dryer, window coverings, air conditioning unit and shed. This gorgeous family home located at 107 4 Avenue S, Hay Lakes is priced at $445,000 and is definitely worth the short drive out. For a personal viewing contact Cole Walker or Tylor Keller at: Central Agencies Inc. 4870-51 Street, Camrose 780-672-4495 or Cole cell 780-679-5544 Tylor cell 780-281-0016

Cole Walker Tylor Keller

…MORE LISTINGS FOR CENTRAL AGENCIES OUT OF TOWN BEAUTIFUL QUALITY BUILT BUNGALOW IN ! DLY DAYSLAND! … N IE FR R IO SE Ngorgeous Absolutely home! 9’, vaulted ceilings, gorgeous bamboo flooring, lots of bright windows. Gourmet kitchen w/granite, lovely bright dinette w/patio doors to amazing deck. Awesome great room, huge master, superb en suite! Exc. MF laundry, awesome yard, attached htd. garage, RV parking, a/c + more! You’ll love it! Asking $349,000 CA0074085 WONDERFUL FAMILY HOME IN HAY LAKES ... 2357 sq. ft., generous master, chef’s kitchen w/ high end appl., bright open floor plan. 3-car garage. Take a drive out and see what this home has to offer! Call today! Asking 445,000 CA0095899 RESIDENTIAL LOT – DAYSLAND! ... Excellent location, across from parks and recreation area! 50’ x 120’ zoned R1. Take a look! Asking $22,900 CA0086497 EXC. 1468 SQ. FT. FULLY FIN. HOME … located on a lge. lot in Round Hill. Stunning kitchen c/w gorgeous maple cabinets, exc. master, in-floor heat in bsmt., a/c, gas FP, triple pane windows. 24’x 28’ fully fin. htd. garage + more! Asking $339,900 CA0090766 COMMERCIAL PROPERTY IN OHATON! ... Looking for a property to located your business or just need more space? This is a good opportunity! 1488 sq. ft. bldg. w/good workshop area, overhead door access. Exc. 8’x20’ office trailer available all set up. Located just minutes from Camrose. Take a look! Asking $89,000 CA0093961 NICE SIZE LOTS! ... Affordably priced in hamlet of CA0090478 Kingman. Starting at $49,900 UPDATED BARRIERFREE HOME … in Daysland. Wheelchair accessible, open D! space, enclosed elevator, UCEliving REDaides many daily incl. Updated kitchen, vinyl windows, elec. panel, low maint. flrg. Single garage, 12’x32’ deck, immediate poss. CA0090003 Asking $155,000 MUST SEE HOME IN DAYSLAND ! … Nothing has G! EW LI STinINthis beautifully, completely been N overlooked reno’d 3-bdrm., 2 bath bungalow. Beautiful flooring up, down. Brand new kitchen w/centre island, new appl. If you’re in the market for a turn key home, this is it! CA0098461 Asking $242,500

GREAT 2-BDRM. CONDO IN TOFIELD ... located in Belvedere Gardens. Spacious open plan, gas FP, htd. floors. Only 30 min. to Edmonton! CA0092686 Asking $204,900 RO U N D H I LL BUNGALOW! ... Perfect starter or investment property. Park-like setting neighbourhood. If you’re looking for that character house in a small community, this home may be ideal for you! Asking $122,500 CA0095161 NEW NORWAY BARE SERVICED LOT ... ready, waiting for your dream home. Water, sewer, power. Beautifully landscaped w/trees, decorative shrubbery, lge. garden area, flower beds. Fantastic school system, short distance from Camrose! Asking $54,000 CA0060120 WONDERFULLY UPDATED CHARACTER HOME … in Bashaw on 4 lots! Single garage + carport. Upgrades include vinyl windows, furnace, HW tank, elec. panel, plumbing, kitchen/baths. Beautiful hardwood floors, stained glass accent windows. 16’x16’ shed. An excellent choice! Asking $149,900 CA0089992 FOUR SEASONS PROPERTY ... located at Pelican Point. You’ll enjoy this 3-bdrm. mobile home w/open floor plan., lge. yard, private area! Situated on a two-lot parcel, short walk from water. A must see! CA0092327 Asking $259,900 EXC. CORNER LOT BUNGALOW ... located in Viking over 3 lge. lots w/ beautiful mature landscaped yard, lge. garden, oversized garage/ workshop, RV parking. 3 bdrm., 2 baths, MF laundry, jet tub, WI closet. 2x6 walls. Asking $219,900 CA0085937 G R E A T O P P O RTU N IT Y IN KILLAM! ... Commercial bldg. w/Hwy. exposure. This 5168 sq. ft. building features office space, board rooms, staff area, 2 lge. bays in rear, fully fenced site. This 3.98 acre parcel is ideally set up for your expanding company! Asking $449,000 CA0077617 WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY ... to have your own corner lake lot in the summer village of White Sands! Steps away from the beach! Don’t miss out! Asking $175,000 CA0095261

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UNBELIEVABLE PROPERTY BORDERING BATTLE RIVER VALLEY! … 16.51 acres, 1621 E! sq. ft. bungalow, fully PR fin.,IC hardwood floors, triple EW N pane windows, a/c, steam shower, bsmt. infloor htg. + more! Oversized double garage, infloor htg., h/c taps, separate bath. Mostly fenced w/ corrals, new septic, upgraded water system. You have to see the view! Ask $648,000 A0092108 REMARKABLE CUSTOM BUILT RAISED B PRIC E! U N G A LO W ! … 1885 sq. ft. N onEW 11.05 acres. Cross fenced, 4 good outbuildings incl. 24’x28’ htd. shop, dugout, lge. garden, ICF foundation w/infloor heat, 9’ ceilings, hardwood/tile/cork flooring, HRV unit, triple pane windows. Fully fin., move-in ready. Minutes to Camrose! Asking $695,000 CA0091476 P R I V A T E ACREAGE W/ QUALITY OUT BUILDINGS ... Beautiful setting w/perimeter trees only 15 min. to Camrose, 10 min. to Bawlf School. Solid bungalow home, fully fin. 22’x24’ garage, 26’x42’ htd. shop, 40’x60’ and 40’x64’ bldgs. A truly beautiful property! CA0095253 Asking $439,000

EXC. 10.13 ACRE ACREAGE W/ PRIVATE PARKLIKE SETTING ... and second residence west of Ferintosh. Residence #1 offers 1176 sq. ft. of space while residence #2 offers 1218 sq. ft. of space. Many large outbuildings on property, too much to note! Call today! Ask $365,000 CA0086180 BEAUTIFUL AC R E AG E , AWE S O M E G! PARK SETN EW LI STIN TING! … WOW! 9.5 acres close to Camrose on Hwy 21. It’s perfect for hobbyist, small business or recreational! Exc. presentation, beautiful groves of trees, your own park, pond. Majestic walkout bi-level home, exc. reno’d. Vaulted ceilings, lovely LR, country kitchen, dinette w/easy access to private deck. Exc. bsmt., huge family/ games room w/ walkout to beautiful courtyard, 28’x26’ garage. Gorgeous, private setting. Asking $639,900 CA0099912 PRIVATE TREED ACREAGE, 10 ACRES ON PAVEMENT! ... This is an excellent opportunity to build your new home! This can be your private getaway and a place where you can enjoy the peaceful country lifestyle. Lots of potential, call now! Asking $195,000 CA0099128

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WELL RECEIVED Lori Larsen, Camrose Booster The presentation of Pawn Sacrifice, produced by well regarded hometown boy Dale Johnson, was received with a thundering round of applause at the Nordly’s Film and Art Festival held at the historical Bailey Theatre on Feb. 17. Verlyn Olson, left joins Dale Johnson, right, on stage for a question and answer session after the presentation of the film.


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LOOKING FOR AN AFFORDABLE HOME OR INVESTMENT PROPERTY? … Here it is! 3-bdrm. bungalow in quiet location close to schools, hockey arena, ball diamonds. Huge family room, lots of storage. Single car garage w/carport + much more! Asking $265,000 CA0098325

Thur., Mar. 2, 11am-1pm 3919-75 Street B RAND NEW BUNGALOW TOWN H O M E – INSIDE UNITS! … Close to parks, walking trails. Open concept design, stunning kitchen c/w all appl., MF laundry, framed-in bsmt., single CA0086753 garage + much more! Asking $274,900

Thur., Mar. 2, 11am-1pm 3411-52 Street IDEAL CREEK VIEW HOME ... This functional floor plan will appeal to most everyone. Vaulted ceilings, display niches, lots of natural light from east windows. Great N! 3 ESSI kitchen w/raised island, SS SS appl. 5O bdrm., IATE PO MED IMfin. baths, fully bsmt. means plenty of room for everyone. Park across street, easy access to valley walking trails. CA0090297 Asking $375,000

Thur., Mar. 2, 12-2 pm #406, 5419-49 Avenue TOP FLOOR GRAND TRUNK CONDO BY MIRROR LAKE! … Superbly located by walking trails, city centre. Bright spacious design w/vaulted ceilings, lots of windows, views from balcony. Lovely kitchen, superb dinette, spacious LR w/cozy gas FP. Huge master, en suite, MF laundry. Senior friendly, underground htd. parking. A must see! Asking $317,900 CA0082237

Thur., Mar. 2, 12-2 pm #304, 4834-52A Street TOP FLOOR FIELDSTONE CONDO, BY MIRROR LAKE! … Desired corner unit ! Gw/wrap around deck. IN ST LI NEW love this beautiful bright open You’ll absolutely floor plan. Lovely 2-bdrm. unit. Cozy FP, en suite, MF laundry, lge. east facing deck. Senior friendly, underground htd. parking. Close to walking trails, city centre. Call now to view! CA0100044 Asking $317,900

Thur., Mar. 2, 3-5 pm 2609-63 Street * VALLEYVIEW WEST! *

Impressive floor plan in valleyview west! … Vaulted ceilings, gorgeous kitchen, 3 bdrms., finished FR in bsmt., 24’x22’ garage plus much more! Ask $449,900 CA0086740

Fri., Mar. 3, 11am-1pm 3409-51 Street MOVE IN READY, FAMILY FRIENDLY HOME ... in Creekview! 4 bdrm., 3 baths, multi-level. Many upgrades, open concept R EDUCED ! floor plan. Fully landscaped, fenced, dble. attached garage. Great neighbourhood close to playground. A must see! Asking $374,900 CA0090507

Sat., Mar. 4, 12-2 pm 5409-62 Street EXC. CORNER LOT BUNGALOW IN VICTORIA PARK! ! … 5 bdrm., 3 baths, G IN LIST NEW attractive open floor plan includes: vaulted cathedral ceiling, hardwood flooring, gas FP, quartz counters, 4-pce. en suite w/jetted tub, 2 sinks, central vac, much more! Outside well maintained, features lge. deck, shed, RV parking, waterfall, stone BBQ area, sprinkler system, mature trees! This a must see! Asking $449,900 CA0099793

Sat., Mar. 4, 1-3 pm 511-2 Avenue, ARMENA 3-BDRM. BUNGALOW ON 2 LOTS IN ARMENA! ... Open concept w/vaulted ceilings, lovely kitchen w/breakfast !bar, spaESSION SS cious LR w/cozy wood FP. Master w/3-pce. en PO TE MEDIA suite,IM 2 more bdrm., 4-pce. bath. Triple pane windows, ICF bsmt. ready to be dev. Easy commute to Camrose, Edmonton, surrounding areas. You’ll want to feel the peace, relaxation this cozy, warm home offers! CA0094619 Asking $229,900

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AMAZING PARK RIDGE LOCATION! … Bi-level G ! home steps away IN ST LI NEW from lovely Stoney Creek trails! Bright LR space w/gas FP, oak kitchen w/corner pantry, handy centre island. 2 spacious bdrm. w/WI closets, master w/3-pce. en suite. Dev. bsmt. w/family room, spacious bdrm. Mother-in-law suite w/separate entrance, a/c, MF laundry. Awesome landscaped yard, htd. garage! Just consider the possibilities! Asking $419,000 CA0099895 AMAZING 2-STOREY WALK OUT IN VALLEYVIEW CUL-DE-SAC … PerE! fect location w/lake IC T PR LLENtrails. EXCEvalley views, Beautiful, bright open living space, exc. kitchen huge island, walk through pantry, bright dinette w/garden door to new deck. Handy office, MF laundry. Exc. master w/espresso balcony, WI closet, en suite. 2 add’l. bdrm., lge. bonus room! Bright walk out bsmt. w/huge family room w/FP, 2 bdrm., bath. 2 new furnaces, a/c. Beautifully landscaped, oversized 26’x30’ att. htd. garage, RV parking. This executive home perfectly melds comfort, quality, style! Now only $639,000 CA0088474 Beautiful 3 + 2 Bdrm. bungalow in valG ! leyview! … By LISTIN NEW parks and walking trails! Featuring covered veranda, 9’ and coffered ceilings. Beautiful hardwood floors, cozy FP, lovely maple cabinetry, granite, lrg. island, pantry and superb MF laundry. Awesome master and en suite! Exc. bsmt. w/cozy in-floor htg. and awesome media and games room w/bar. Covered deck, 24’x26’ htd. garage, RV pad, and more! You’ll love it! Asking $559,000 CA0099528 EXC. 2-STOREY IN CREEKVIEW, CLOSE TO PARKS, TRAILS! … Gorgeous 6-bdrm., 2186 sq. ft. home. Superb lifestyle, presentation! Beautiful open staircase, hardwood flooring, bright window pkg. Amazing kitchen, granite, walk-through pantry, bright dinette, 3 living spaces, den, MF laundry, exc. master, en suite. Exc. bsmt., a/c. Htd. garage. You’ll love it! CA0097877 Asking $482,500 BEAUTIFUL, QUALITY BUILT BUNGALOW, VALLEYVIEW ! G IN WEST! … Premier ST NEW LIcul-de-sac lifestyle, location. Absolutely gorgeous home, you’ll love the quality and craftsmanship! Featuring beautiful 12’9’ and coffered ceilings, open stairwell, bright windows, gorgeous hardwood flooring. Amazing gourmet kitchen, granite, walkthrough pantry, prep centre. Lovely dinette, awesome great room, cozy FP. Impressive master/en suite, MF laundry. Exc. bsmt., in-floor htg., huge family/ games/media room. Huge yard, covered decks, htd. garage, RV parking + more! It’s perfect! Asking $649,900 CA0099090 GORGEOUS CUSTOM BUILT BUNGALOW IN VALLEYVIEW! ... You’ll love the lifestyle, valley view walking 9’, coffered ! ALOWtrails. BUNGhardwood ceilings, beautiful flooring, gorPER FECT geous kitchen cabinetry, granite countertops. Lovely LR, spacious dinette, superb master, MF laundry. Exc. bsmt. dev., in-floor htg., 9’ ceilings. Awesome yard, veranda, deck, courtyard, fenced, oversized 24’x26’ garage, RV option + more! Now only $519,000 CA0093233 EXC. 2-STOREY IN VALLEYVIEW, CLOSE TO PARKS, TRAILS! … Gorgeous, quality built 1942 sq. ft. featuring bright open plan, 9’ ceilings, lovely hardwood flrg., awesome kitchen, huge island, quartz counters. Spacious LR, cozy gas FP, exc. en suite. Cozy in-floor htg. in open bsmt., a/c. 24’x26’ htd. garage, and more! It’s perfect! Asking $435,000 CA0086161 EXC., RARE PARK RIDGE ESTATES HOME ! ... R EDUCED ! V a u l t e d ceilings, tile, hardwood floors that extend throughout most of main level. Lovely kitchen, bright LR, great master w/vaulted ceiling, WI closet, 4-pce. en suite. Double garage, RV parking, parklike setting c/w mature trees, landscaping, firepit, sunroom, much more! Asking $570,000 CA0097102

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GORGEOUS BUNGALOW! CUL-DE-SAC LOCATION! • 1440 sq. ft. • 26’x26’/28’ garage Asking $485,162 CA0098057

Impressive floor plan in valleyview west! … Vaulted ceilings, gorgeous kitchen, 3 bdrms., finished FR in bsmt., 24’x22’ garage plus much more! Ask $449,900 CA0086740

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

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WOW ! WALKOUT, B UNGA LOW STYLE DUPLEX! ... Walkout bsmt. all completed! Exc. presentation! 9’ ceilings, 10’ coffered ceilings, extra bright windows, beautiful hardwood flooring. Exc. kitchen, granite, awesome dinette w/easy access to huge covered deck, superb master, en suite. In-floor htg., a/c, fin. garage + more! Just move in! Now only $469,000 CA0046587 WOW ! WALKOUT, B UNGA LOW STYLE DUPLEX! ... Backing onto park, walking trails! Exc. presentation! 9’ ceilings, 10’ coffered ceilings, extra bright windows, beautiful hardwood flooring. Exc. kitchen, granite, awesome dinette w/easy access to huge covered deck, superb master, en suite. In-floor htg., fin. garage + more! You’ll love it! Now only $409,900 CA0046579 EXC. RARE FIND! … Perfect family home in Creekview Subdivision with a/c, oversized triple garage, RV parking, lovely kitchen, MF laundry, bonus room, awesome master w/his & hers WI closets, 4-pce. en suite plus much more! Asking $459,900 CA0095987 E X C EPTIONALLY BUILT WALKOUT BUNGALOW … backing onto water in Valleyview West subdivision! This stunning home features vaulted ceilings, flex room, gas FP, awesome master w/5-pce. en suite, a/c. 24’x24’ garage. Asking $564,900 CA0096217 EXC. BUNGALOW – CENTURY MEADOWS … close to Jack Stuart School. Beautiful new hardwood floors, great kitchen w/centre island, lovely cabinets, huge games room, + dble. garage, lge. covered deck + much more! Asking $352,000 CA0087433 1745 SQ. FT., 3-BDRM., 3 BATH, BONUS ROOM ... Open concept living, MF laundry, coffered dinette ceiling, WI pantry, 5-pce. en suite w/corner tub, separate shower, infloor htg., WI closet. Still time to choose your finishes! Asking $409,900 CA0065777

Asking $434,900

STUNNING HOME! … 1910 sq. ft. 2-storey only steps away from park and walking trails. Bright DR, MF laundry. Great family home! CA0046346

SPACIOUS FAMILY BUNGALOW – DESIRED C UL DE - SA C ! .! SQ. FT 450Century 1,the ... You’ll love Meadows location w/ school, parks close by. Lovely spacious LR, DR, awesome country kitchen w/maple cabinetry, granite. 5 bdrm., en suite, family room, games area. Great yard, attached htd. garage + more! Asking $339,900 CA0096544 Need help paying your mortgage? … Live on the top floor and rent the bottom! Great location, close to Mirror Lake and hospital. Spacious 3 + 3 bdrm. bungalow w/ bright floor plan, vaulted ceiling in LR. Private bsmt. development w/kitchenette, FR, 3 bdrms., bath, common laundry. Lots of recent upgrades. Excellent opportunity! CA0094818 Asking $309,000 WALKOUT 2-STOREY … w/unobstructed northern valley views in family friendly Creekview neighbourhood! Stunning kitchen w/cabinet lighting, touch tap, a/c, stair lighting, awesome master w/his & hers WI closets, digital smart thermostat, bonus room, 24’x24’ garage + more! CA0094211 Asking $509,400 EXC. OPPORTUNITY TO INVEST IN A GREAT PROPERTY IN CAMROSE! … Solid bldg. offering 6 bright, spacious ! G LISTIN NEW units in exc. condition. Lower level shared laundry, 8 car parking stalls. Maint. free landscaping, fencing. Just waiting for the right buyer! Asking $655,000 CA0098511 BEAUTIFUL MULTILEVEL! … Vaulted ceiling, laminate/tile flooring, granite kitchen counters, maple cabiR EDUCED ! netry, partially finished walkout bsmt. Spacious master w/5-pce. en suite, walk-in closet. Oversized yard, extra parking pad, 2 covered decks! A must see! CA0095186 Asking $419,000 BRAND NEW FLOORPLAN! ... 2,297 sq. ft. two-storey. Large foyer, flex room, open concept, great kitchen, bonus room, master w/5 pc. en suite and 10’x11’ study. Impressive! See for yourself! Asking $462,900 CA0051293

OVER $300,000

EXC. STARTER OR RETIREMENT HOME, BETTER THAN NEW! … Superbly located by park, playground, west ICE! bungalow w/vaulted end shopping. Beautiful NEW PR ceilings, gorgeous open plan. Exc. kitchen, breakfast bar, spacious LR, bright dinette, generous master, MF laundry. Awesome bsmt. w/huge family/games room. Exc. yard, tiered deck, fenced, paved alley access, RV option + more! It’s all done, just move in! CA0094489 Now only $308,900 1901 SQ. FT., 3-BDRM., 3 BATH, BONUS ROOM ... New floor plan! Spacious foyer, bright MF, lge. back entry w/laundry. 5-pce. en suite, WI closet in master! Great family area. Ask $429,900 CA0065778 AMAZING JUBILEE PARK LO C ATION ! … Wow! Amazing one-of-a-kind property! You’ll love the peaceful lifestyle, picturesque views, walking trails. Beautifully, extensively reno’d 1860 sq. ft. walkout bungalow! Exc. presentation, craftsmanship. Beautiful open stairwell, picturesque views, gorgeous Italian tile. Awesome gourmet kitchen, spectacular master/en suite, superb MF laundry, exc. walkout bsmt., huge family/games/rec areas. Wrap-around deck, huge patio, 28’x23.5’ htd. garage + more! A must see! CA0095046 Asking $667,981 IMMACULATE 1270 SQ. FT. BUNGALOW … features 10’ ceilings, hardwood floors, a/c, SS appl., MF laundry, 4 bdrm., 3 baths incl. master suite w/5-pce. en suite w/soaker tub, dual sinks, huge WI closet, separate shower. Fin. bsmt. Bright, open w/southern exposure. Fenced yard, dble. attach. garage + more! CA0092996 Asking $399,900 Executive style 3,215 sq. ft. home located in victoG ! ria park! … FeaNEW LISTIN tures include elegant fully renovated kitchen w/custom cabinets, rare Italian granite and high-end appliances! Private, mature, picturesque park-like backyard. Att. three car garage! Homes of this quality and caliber don’t come up often, on a lot like this within the city! Asking $695,000 CA0099632 BEAUTIFUL 2-STOREY – QUALITY & ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILT! … Gorgeous hardwood, iron open staircase, hardwood flrg. and 9’ ceilings. Exc. kitchen, maple cabinetry, china cabinets, awesome WI pantry, cozy FP, MF laundry, 3 spacious bdrm. w/WI closets. Triple pane windows, Hardi plank siding, 9’ ICF bsmt. RI in-floor htg. 23’x24’ garage and lots more! Asking $399,900 CA0086262 FOUR PLEX! … Don’t miss this amazing investment opportunity! Centrally located bldg. Each unit features 2 bdrm., full bath. All units individually metered and contains its own furnace, HW tank, laundry. Great opportunity! Ask $459,000 CA0098258 FAMILY FRIENDLY 2-STOREY! … Open concept, upstairs laundry, 3 bdrm., 3 baths, laminate/tile flooring, ! 4-pce. master en suite, ED UC R ED WI closet, maple cabinetry, vaulted ceiling. 20’x24’ garage, fully fenced yard w/2-tiered deck. Asking $391,500 CA0095175 B EAUTIFUL PARK RIDGE ESTATES WALKOUT BUNGALOW – OVERLOOKING G! STONEY CREEK NEW LISTIN VALLEY! … Amazing location, picturesque views! Beautiful custom built 1830 sq. ft. walkout bungalow w/exc. presentation. gorgeous open plan, spacious 10’, vaulted ceilings, awesome window pkg. amazing transformed kitchen, gorgeous LR, dining area. Awesome master, en suite. Exc. bsmt., infloor htg., huge games/family room, a/c. Beautifully private yard, patio, upper deck. 30’x30’ htd. garage, huge RV parking + lots more! It’s perfect! Asking $839,000 CA0098490 FUNCTIONAL 3-BDRM. MULTI-LEVEL … Vaulted ceilings, spacious LR/DR. 4-pce. en suite, WI closet in master. Workable kitchen w/oak cabinetry, corner pantry, centre island w/raised bar. Bright bsmt. windows. 22’x22’ garage, mostly fenced yard, raised deck. Asking $352,000 CA0098305 BEAUTIFUL FAMILY BI-LEVEL, GREAT LOCAG! IN TION! … Beautiful ST LI NEW spacious 1580 sq. ft. 3+2 bdrm. floor plan. Superb foyer, vaulted ceiling, hardwood and tile flooring. Awesome kitchen w/island, pantry, family sized dinette w/garden doors to lge. deck. Huge master, superb en suite. Bsmt. substantially fin. Great yard, 22’x24’ garage + lots more! Spacious! Ask $439,900 CA0099176 EXC. BUNGALOW IN A QUIET LOCATION ONE BLOCK AWAY FROM JACK STUART SCHOOL! ... MF windows, shingles (2016), HW tanks, flooring, kitchen + baths all reno’d in this beautiful home. 26’x26’ oversized htd. garage + more! C A0093809 Asking $325,000 B EAUTIFUL C ENTUR Y M EADOWS BI-LEVEL … close to parks and playground! You’ll love this 1412 sq. ft. home w/bright windows, vaulted ceilings, display ledges, niches. Exc. kitchen w/lovely cabinets, MF laundry, awesome bsmt. w/family/ games room, gas FP. Dble. garage, RV parking, rear alley access + much more! CA0093188 Asking $389,900 Beautiful park ridge e s t a t e s bungalow – on park! … Premier location w/park views. Valley and walking trails close by! Gorgeous, quality built home! Bright open plan, 9’ ceilings and hardwood flrg. Park views from LR, bright dinette and covered deck. Exc. kitchen, private den, superb master, 4 baths, 5 bdrm. options. Exc. ICF bsmt. development, quality finished! Beautifully landscaped yard, finished garage, extra parking and lots more! Asking $565,000 CA0099455

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EXC. FAMILY BUNGALOW, CLOSE TO SCHOOLS! G ! … You’ll love the EW LISTIN N area, neighbourhood. Close to elementary, high schools. Very well maintained, substantially upgraded 3+1 bdrm. Spacious LR, bright dinette, country style kitchen w/ample cabinetry. Lge. family/games room, superb laundry area. Private fenced yard, 24’x24’ htd. garage. Great starter or retirement property! Asking $285,900 CA0099202 EXC. CONDO – WORRY FREE LIFEST Y LE ! ... Across from Jubilee Park, Mirror Lake walking trails. Only blocks from city centre. Open spacious design w/bright windows, Lovely kitchen, spacious, bright LR, cozy gas FP, lge. master, en suite, MF laundry, elevator, guest suite, easy access to garage, much more! Looking for quality and lifestyle, call now! CA0076514 Now asking $275,900 WELL KEPT AND CARED FOR! … 900 sq. ft. bungaG ! low close to downEW LISTIN town, Nschools. 2+1 bdrm., 2 baths, updated furnace, HW tank. Good living space. Great rental or starter home potential. C A0099251 Asking $199,900

EXC. FAMILY B UNGALOW – C LOSE TO PARKS, SCHOOLS! ... Spacious 1218 sq. ft., 3+1 bdrm. bungalow. Bright open plan, spacious LR, bright DR, country style kitchen, generous master. Dev. bsmt. w/huge family/games area. Private yard, 22’x22’ garage + more. Lots of potential. Great investment or family home! C A0093967 Now only $267,900 5-BDRM. BI-LEVEL ON QUIET STREET! … Lots of space for whole famNEW PR ICE! ily to enjoy. MF has been reno’d. A/C in place for coming summer! Fenced yard w/26’x26’ htd. garage, alley access, additional parking options. New roof on home, garage. Great opportunity! Asking $278,900 CA0097917 EXC. STARTER HOME! ... 3-bdrm., 2 bath home on rented lot. Great master w/4-pce. en suite, large LR w/gas FP. Be sure to view! Ask $90,000 CA0087426 EXC. STARTER OR RETIREMENT HOME … close to west end shopping! Spacious 3 bdrm., 1127 sq. ft. LISTING ! bungalow duplex. NEW Lovely laminate flrg., exc. kitchen w/breakfast bar, WI pantry, all appl. incl. Nicely landscaped back yard w/room for 3 parked vehicles. Don’t miss out on this one! CA0098591 Asking $269,900 ESTATE SALE, GREAT DUGGAN PARK LOCATION! 3 bdrm., 2 STING ! … LIbungalow. NEW baths, 1171 sq. ft. Awesome garage/ workshop, htd. 30.5’x20’3” structure w/upper storage, 8’x10’ OH door, attached 8’x12’ storage shed. Asking $249,000 CA0097731

RESIDENTIAL LOTS HUSTLE PARK ... by huge playground and west end amenities! •  30 lots with alley access, starting from $91,190 •  18 cul-de-sac lots, starting from $114,290 SOUTHWEST MEADOWS ... by parks, playground and West End amenities! •  14 lots with alley access, from $96,690 •  11 large cul-de-sac lots, from $139,425 Call now for more information!

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EXC. BUSINESS OPPORTU NITY – ZONED M1 LIGHT INDUSTRIAL! ... 4 lots w/good central location, suitable for multiple uses. 4352 sq. ft. bldg., good workshop areas, loading doors, front offices, mezzanine storage, HE furnaces, a/c. Fenced storage yard, 28’x30’ rear garage. Easy customer access. Call now! CA0062344 Asking $449,000 EXCELLENT OWNERSHIP OPPORTUNITY! ... Great location, highway exposure! 1528 sq. ft. retail bldg. w/additional mezzanine. Imagine the possibilities. Available immediately. Ask $379,000 CA0072329 6,000 sq. ft. empty lot! … Located downtown between Credit Union and Royal Bank. C1 zoning, excellent location. Wonderful investment or building spot opportunity! Asking $139,900 CA0085343

OVER $300,000

ONE - OF - A - KIND PROPERTY ... backing onto the Camrose fountain! Gorgeous views, mature trees, incredibly private backyard. 1370 sq. ft. walkout bsmt., 3 bdrm., 2 baths. Single attached garage, covered deck. Perfect opportunity to create your dream home. Asking $344,500 CA0094155

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I M M AC ULATE , TURN - KE Y CONDO ... with beautiful u p d a t e s throughout: new flrg., new paint on walls, casings, doors. 3 bdrm., 4-pce. en suite, his/hers closets in master, gas FP. Fenced yard, 2 decks, double garage. Asking $255,000 CA0096956 A WONDER f ul STARTER HOME OR REVENUE PROPERTY! … 2-bdrm., 1 bath bungalow well located close to schools. Spacious bright LR, kitchen w/ample cabinetry, counter space, laminate flooring, newly painted, newer shingles, well maintained. Nicely landscaped lot w/lge. deck, oversized single garage. CA0095240 Asking $162,000 SOLID HOME, C ENTRAL LO C ATION , LOTS OF EXTRAS! ... Classic bungalow layout featuring 3 bdrm. on MF. Master has 2-pce. en suite. Eat-in kitchen/dining space w/new appl. Downstairs features 4th bdrm., bath, family room + storage/hobby room. Fully fenced. 24’x24’ garage, insulated, has 220V. Lots of extra reno’s, upgrades completed. Exc. choice for your next home! Ask $289,900 CA0093722 DUPLEX BUNGALOW IN LA VISTA VILLAS, A 45+ ADULT COMR EDUCED ! MUNITY! ... You’ll love the location, peaceful lifestyle! Bright open floor plan w/vaulted ceilings, lovely kitchen, dinette w/garden door to lge. private deck. LR, bright den, spacious master, en suite, MF laundry. Awesome landscaped yard. No condo fees! Now only $284,900 CA0095031 EXC. DUGGAN PARK BI-LEVEL! … Lovely 2+1 bdrm., 2 bath home. Bright MF w/lower level master w/ en suite, lge. family room. Upgrades include triple pane windows, hardwood floors, newer carpets. Dble. htd. garage, 2-tiered deck, quiet street, alley access. Your next home awaits you! Just move in – it’s a perfect fit! CA0098267 Asking $274,900 3-BDRM. CONDO … Close to parks, schools. Exc. design! Bright open plan w/lots of windows, impressive vaulted ceilT? EN R ings. Exc. open concept Y H W kitchen, bright dinette, spacious LR, 3 bdrm., 2 baths, MF laundry, private entrance. Great first home or an investment! Immed. poss. Now only $174,900 CA0083176 PERFE C T STARTER , DOWNSI Z ING OR RETIREMENT CONDO! ... Close ! UCED R ED to downtown, walking trails. Open floor plan bungalow (no stairs), vaulted ceiling, bright LR, lge. bdrms., kitchen w/island. New paint, light fixtures, newer appl., shingles. Very low fees. Imagine the ease of this lifestyle! A super opportunity not to be missed. CA0096738 Asking $174,900

BRAND NEW BUNGALOW TOWNHOME – INSIDE UNITS! … Close to parks, walking trails. Open concept design, stunning kitchen c/w all appl., MF laundry, framed-in bsmt., single garage + much more! CA0086753, CA0086793 Asking $274,900

MULTI-FAMILY LOTS 2.5 ACRES ZONED R3 AND MULTI-FAMILY ... Exceptional west end location across from huge park and playground, by west end amenities. Lots of potential with re-division options. Call now! CA298482

FOR rent or lease Exc e l l e n t office or business loc at ion ! … Awesome 2,250 sq. ft. area. Two large meeting rooms, very nice reception area, 3 baths and offices. Independent utilities, AC and excellent parking. Taxes and insurance are included. Great location! Asking $2,200/month CA0099504

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11.15 ACRES OF PRIME INDUSTRIAL LAND … Exc. location in expanding east side industrial area of Camrose. Zoned M1 – Light Industrial. Property currently being used for pipe storage. Building 7260 sq. ft. of office area, arch rib arena, multi-purpose bay. Additional enclosed storage, covered outside storage. Exc. opportunity! Call now for details. CA0069085

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2.94 ACRE MULTI-FAMILY LOT ZONED R3! EXC. LOCATION, CLOSE TO AMENITIES! … Exc. property for an adult community, condominium project and/or multi-family developments. Prime west-end location w/exc. site. Pavement on 3 sides, across from huge park. CA0097247

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February 28, 2017 Camrose Booster  
February 28, 2017 Camrose Booster