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“You can never have too many shoes,” notes Jenelle Snow and Taytem Syrnyk of Sole City Shoes

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Tourism Camrose to host entrepreneur startup seminar By Lori Larsen

The Tourism Entrepreneur Startup Seminar (TESS) is coming to Camrose on June 7. The free seminar is focused on assisting the Province’s tourism entrepreneurs succeed in their first years of operation. The seminar will take place from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. at the Wahkohtowin Lodge at the University of

Alberta Augustana Campus. “The purpose of the seminar is to provide assistance with start up, visitor readiness and accessing resources for pre-visitor and visitor-ready companies to help them become more successful,” said Tourism Camrose executive director Jennifer Filip. “We will be discussing industry issues including seasonality, financing and

marketing, and there will be take-home workbooks for each participant as well as a short experts’ panel.” Travel Alberta will be doing the majority of the presentations in conjunction with Alberta Culture and Tourism who will also be presenting information on the resources available to assist small businesses. According to Business Development and Investment Attraction with

Alberta Culture and Tourism director Bruce Tannas, the seminar offers support to fledgling tourism entrepreneurs at the time they need it most. “One of the main reasons for early business failure is the lack of business and industry knowledge.” Advanced registration for the seminar is required and subject to availability. To do so, visit


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West Coast Amusements will be providing midway rides during Jaywalkers’ Jamboree from June 1 to 3, including boats, planes and trains for the little ones and some more thrilling rides for the adventurous. Parents and guardians of small children are remind-

ed to check the size charts to ensure children are tall enough to ride. Along with the rides, you can try your luck at some midway games. Attendees wishing to ride the rides can purchase wristbands to be worn that entitle the wearer to ride all day. Wristbands are available at the Camrose and District Chamber of Commerce. For more information about the rides and riding restrictions, visit

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Jaywalkers’ Jamboree offers great eats By Lori Larsen

Walking up and down Main Street taking in all the great bargains, activities and other fun during Jaywalkers’ Jamboree can really work up an appetite. Attendees will find something to please a variety of palates. Come early and start your day at the 61st Jaywalkers’ Jam-


boree with a hardy pancake breakfast on Friday, June 1 from 7 until 9 a.m. and Saturday, June 2 from 7:30 until 9:30 a.m. Breakfast will be served at 50 Avenue and 50 Street on the south side of Candler Art Gallery. Food vendors will be serving up a plethora of fair foods including Norwegian lefse (pota-

to and f lour f latbread) dripping in butter and cinnamon sugar, burgers, hot dogs, fries, mini doughnuts, and what would the Jamboree be without the Camrose Fire Department serving up steaming hot buttered corn-on-the-cob. Not-for-profit groups and churches will be offering some mouthwatering cuisine.

If you have a craving for something a little more worldly, try a taste of Ukrainian, Mexican or Asian fare. Jaywalkers’ Jamboree is not the time to be counting calories. Come on down and enjoy some great fair food, then walk it off while shopping at all the downtown businesses.


Zone 4 hosts 55 Plus Games, wins most medals Photos by Lori Larsen and Murray Green

Valrie Steinhauer, left, and Dave Mulligan brought in the banner to open the Games.

Morley Dell of Sylvan Lake eyes a shot in snooker.

Pool (8 ball) player Brenda Smith from Calgary lines up for a shot at the Norsemen Inn.

Dennis Hartman of Bawlf guided his team to win bronze.

Military whist players left to right Lorraine Fiesel, from Calgary, Valrie Steinhauer from Rimbey, Ilene Miller from Calgary and Fred Wilson from Rimbey finish up a game. Camrose welcomed people from all over Alberta during the Alberta 55 Plus Spring Games.

Geraldine Thompson and Barry MacMillan, centre, had a close crib match with bronze winners Jerome Bourassa and Darcie Wasyluk of Calgary at the Legion branch.

Henriette Hauser, left, scrambled to be a late addition to the scrabble event.

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Irvine’s life saved due to organ transplant By Ron Pilger

Morris Irvine is once again actively living life. Seven years ago, the life of a man who had worked in the same industry for 33 years, who doubled as a bus driver and loved being a rodeo volunteer, was on the line. Morris, who had suffered from rheumatic fever when he was nine years of age, and whose health was likely negatively impacted from workplace hazards, coupled with 40 years of heavy smoking resulted in COPD taking a toll on both Irvine’s lungs. The untimely death of a young active outdoorsman in 2011 meant a second chance of living for this resident of Elk Point. A successful double lung transplant took place at the U of A Hospital. While waiting with his wife Fae in the physiotherapy department at the hospital, Morris brought up the topic of giving back to recognize his new beginning with renewed health. The couple chatted with other patients, also beneficiaries of donated organs. Tom Matthews and Harvey Nelson, also double lung recipients, and the Irvines settled on a novel trail ride as the way to raise organ and tissue donation awareness. One year later in 2013,

the first annual 2nd Chance Trail Ride took place on Iron Horse Trail from Lindberg to Elk Point with horseback riders and wagons from far and wide, congregating for common good. Over the years, the ride has grown in terms of numbers of riders and in stature. Money raised has allowed partnership with the GoodHearts Foundation for the opening and maintenance of four apartments across from the U of A Hospital.

Transplant recipients enjoy the use of these premises during their recovery from surgery. More recently a new initiative involves placing signage along major roadways and in hockey and curling rinks across northern Alberta. Two new treadmills have been gifted to the University Hospital Foundation as a way to support transplant services. Direct financial assistance has been given to trans-

plant recipients in need as well. This year, Fae and Morris and other recipients of donated tissue and organs have made appearances at an impressive number of Alberta Registry offices in the province, setting up a display to publicize the 2nd Chance Trail Ride, to openly talk about organ and tissue donation and to remind clients to register to be a donor. The Camrose Reg-

istry office was the last stop in this endeavour for 2018. The Irvines were at the local registry on Friday, April 27. According to manager Karen Dammann, turnout was high, interest strong and sign-ups to the donor registry database plentiful because of the appearance of the couple who now get a prized second chance of living life to the full. All because a caring and thoughtful individual signed his donor card.



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Entertainment galore at Jaywalkers’ By Lori Larsen

The stages will be set and the entertainment is ready to go for the 61st Annual Jaywalkers’ Jamboree held on June 1-3. Friday June 1, lineup on Main Stage (50th Avenue and 50 Street) begins at 8:30 a.m. with Opening Ceremonies followed by Fraid Notz at 9 a.m., Devin Rehm at 10 a.m., Ron Mack at 11 a.m., Camrose Composite High School Jazz Band at noon, Chorazz at 12:45 p.m., Fraid Notz at 2 p.m., Jessica Dostie at 3:30 p.m., Camrose and Area Children’s Choirs at 4:15 p.m., Myra Marshall and Robert Renman at 5 p.m. and the Ukrainian Veselka Dancers at 6 p.m. Friday June 1, Centre Stage (in front of Twig) lineup includes Hal Strudwick at 10 a.m., Mr. Banjo at 11 a.m., Bill Mattinson Trio at noon, Kim, Brian and Marg Together at 1 p.m., Robert Renman at 3 p.m., Travis Dolter at 4 p.m., Somewhere in Between at 5 p.m., The Men Who Fell To Earth at 6 p.m. and Dextress from 7:30 p.m. until 9 p.m. Saturday, June 2, lineup on Main Stage has something for everyone starting with Hal Strud-

wick at 8 a.m., Sovaliant at 9 a.m., Charly Doll at 9:45 a.m., Camrose Spirals 10:30 a.m., Camrose Academy of Dance at 11 a.m., Fox Tae Kwon Do at 12:15 p.m., Ballet Camrose at 12:45 p.m., Leduc Black Gold Band at 2 p.m., Costume Contest at 3 p.m., Jackie Lewsaw at 3:30 p.m., Jordan Leden and Cory Vanderjagt at 4:45 p.m. and Family Street Dance from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. The Centre Stage lineup on Saturday, June 2 consists of Alex Mantai at 10 a.m., Mr. Banjo at 11 a.m., Cory Vanderjagt at noon, Cod Tongues at 1 p.m., Melisizwe Brothers at 2 p.m., The River Jacks at 3 p.m., Awkward

Turtles at 4 p.m. and Rake at 5 p.m. Sunday, June 3 will feature entertainment on Centre Stage only beginning with Ron Mack at noon, Kim, Brian and Marg Together at 1 p.m., Chad Fisher at 2 p.m., Charly Doll at 3 p.m. and Sawbones at 4 p.m. For those who want a little later entertainment two shows will be featured at the Bailey Theatre, Echo Nebraska on Friday, June 1 at 8 p.m. and HYSTERIA of Def Leppard with Godfrey Blaque on Saturday, June 2 at 7:30 p.m. There will also be fun activities throughout the downtown area during Jaywalkers.

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Downtown businesses showcased By Lori Larsen

It’s one of the busiest sales days of the year for many downtown Camrose businesses as they schedule extra staff, stock up the shelves and break out the decorations for the 61 annual Jaywalkers’ Jamboree. Bridget Lennartsson, owner/operator of Vinesation located in the middle of 50 Avenue in Downtown Camrose, is excited to be participating in the store’s fifth Jaywalkers’ Jamboree. “We actually opened our doors for the very first time on the first day of the Jaywalkers’ five years ago,” said Bridget. “We didn’t even have the stickers up or the paper off the windows. We did it that morning.” And despite it nearly not happening, that decision came with no regrets. “We (the store) chose that because of the volume of people we knew would be downtown for the event. It was crazy busy.” Jaywalkers’ boasts the reputation of sales and bargains. Even with the addition, over the years, of a more carnival atmosphere, the event is still well known for the retail shopping and good deals. “A lot of people come for the deals,” noted Bridget. “The sales are fantastic. Some of the stores even

save merchandise for the sales so they are sure to have some deals for the customers.” Bridget estimated that the sales volume for Jaywalkers’ is anywhere from three to four times a regular Saturday. “It is one of our biggest days, very comparable to Midnight Madness, and the volume has stayed the same whether it rains or shines.” This year, a Chef’s Tent will be located in front of Vinesation and will feature chef Kevin Zellweger preparing organic croissausages. The staff at Vinesation has also been happy to participate in each year’s theme for Jaywalkers’. “We won a prize the year it was the ’70s theme for the store, as well as one of the staff won for best dressed,” said Bridget, adding they will most likely be participating in this year’s Mardi Gras theme. Like other downtown events, Jaywalkers’ has a knack for bringing many of the downtown merchants even closer as they share ideas and band together to develop the best experience possible for their customers. “Many businesses really count on Jaywalkers’. It wouldn’t be Jaywalkers’ if it wasn’t on Main Street.”

Bridget said it is an opportunity to see people she hasn’t seen in a long time including the old standbys such as the Kinsmen and the corn-on-thecob booth attendees. Jaywalkers’ originated as a festival to celebrate downtown merchants and build an awareness among residents and visitors to Camrose of the unique, down home services and exciting opportunities that the downtown core has to offer. “There are so many new people coming in and out of Camrose. It brings an awareness to the downtown businesses and people get to see what a beautiful little treasure we have in Camrose. We get nonstop new people coming every day talking about what a beautiful downtown Camrose has.” Bridget concluded with a shout out to Camrose and District Chamber of Commerce for all the hard work they put into making Jaywalkers’ a success. “It begins with the breakfast the Chamber puts on. It’s a real drawing card and the Chamber also tries to bring in local vendors and feature great entertainment. “It is very festive and it’s so much fun being able to see all the people.”


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Jaywalkers’ Jamboree longtime running street fair By Lori Larsen

While some of the original tradition may have given way to new tradition, the Jaywalkers’s Jamboree longtime running street fair is in its 61st year which proves that good things really do stand the test of time. With the spotlight on Camrose downtown merchants on June 1 to 3, Jaywalkers’s Jamboree offers a unique shopping experience combined with an open air street fair. Getting its start on June 20 and 21, 1958, according to the late Bill Fowler, founder of The Camrose Booster and member of the planning committee, Jaywalkers’ was an instant hit. In the beginning the Jamboree offered two free rides for each child with additional rides at a cost of five cents and hosted trade booths where a person could purchase almost anything. With so much attention being brought to the downtown area, businesses decided to get on board by offering sales and specials. According to F.W. Woolworth, then manager Don Beebe, busi-

ness was so successful on the Friday afternoon the Canadian Bank of Commerce ran out of $1 bills. The second Jaywalkers’ Jamboree, held on June 19 and 20, 1959 hit the airwaves when CFCW radio station did a live broadcast from a mobile unit in front of Champion’s Bakery. The third Jaywalkers’ Jamboree was billed in an advertisement in the June 21 edition of The Camrose Booster as being more fun than a far eastern bazaar, as well as a unique experience in shopping pleasure. “There is more participation in every respect than ever before,” said Fowler in his weekly column, Bits, Binds and Baloney. “The event will be more colourful and interesting than ever.” And his prediction was not far off. The 1963 Jamboree included wild animal displays from Al Oeming’s Game Farm, a large auction held by the Lions, square dancing, lucky draws, games of chance, home baking and bargains galore. In 1966, the Jamboree got another injection of excitement with the Jam-

boree jackpot. Jaywalkers could purchase coupons at 25 for $1 then select a prize of their choice allowing them to put as many coupons as they wanted into that particular merchant’s draw barrel. Celebrating Canada’s 100th birthday in 1967, Jaywalkers were encouraged to come dressed in centennial costumes. The Camrose Chamber of Commerce gave away a grand jackpot prize of 200 silver dollars. Mayors Vincent Dantzer, of Edmonton, and Dr. F.M. Smith of Camrose, participated in what was billed as the Alberta Bundle Pitching Championship during the 1968 Jamboree. Mayor Dantzer went on to defeat Mayor Smith in the opening round then competed in the final Saturday afternoon against the eventual winner, Lieutenant Governor J. Grant MacEwan. The excitement continued building momentum at the Jamboree when, in 1971, canoe races were featured on Mirror Lake. The winning entry was rewarded with a trophy donated by Sid’s Sport Shop, plus the right to donate entry fees to a charity of choice.

Food eating challenges were no stranger to the Jamboree either. In 1973, CFCW sponsored a world championship kobasa-eating contest including free rides in the Kobasa Chuckwagon for children under the age of 12. The Jamboree has grown in size and excitement to include creative themes, a midway of rides

and games, entertainment, incredible downtown shopping and vendors and attracts people from near and far. Bring the family down and be a part of Camrose’s history at this year’s 61st annual Jaywalkers’ Jamboree and don’t forget to bring your party beads for this year’s Mardi Gras theme.

MARDI GRAS HA HA Lori Larsen, Camrose Booster Camrose and District Chamber of Commerce members and staff were decked out in garb for this year’s Jaywalkers’ Jamboree Mardi Gras theme. Left to right are Chamber executive director Sharon Anderson, Chamber vice president Tony Metivier, Ole Uffda, City of Camrose arts director Jane Cherry-Lemire and Chamber member Sebastien D’Eschambeault.


Tourism Camrose transitioning to be all encompassing

Lori Larsen, Camrose Booster Tourism Camrose executive director Jennifer Filip looks through the 2018 Camrose and Area travel guide, available at the Tourism Camrose office located at the Camrose and District Centennial Museum. By Lori Larsen

Tourism Camrose reported on the 2017 year during the annual General Meeting held at the Ramada Camrose Hotel. Financial report

Presenting the 2017 financial report, Tourism Camrose treasurer Kelaine Brand began by explaining that in 2017, Camrose Tourism experienced a $1,800.84 deficit. “This was due to our lower than expected partnership contribution,” said Brand. “We had originally budgeted for about $9,500 and ended up bringing in just over $5,000 and it (the deficit) was also due to an increase in payroll expenses. When we hired Jennifer (Filip) (as acting executive director), we had a twomonth overlap with Jenn and Hazel (Cail) (since retired executive director). Payroll expenses were a bit higher than we have budgeted for, resulting in the $1,800 deficit.” According to the balance sheet, as of Dec. 31, 2017, Tourism Camrose had $43,845.49 in chequing and savings. “That is specifically for operating funds savings and is the cushion that covered the $1,800 deficit in 2017. Our budgets are always based on a rough break-even annual projection. If we ever do have a slight overage, any money left falls into that cushion pot and, in cases like 2017 where we run in a deficit, that cushion allows us to continue operating.” The budget for 2018, based on 2017 year end

financials, projects a total revenue of $65,560 with total projected expenses at $65,850, creating a projected deficit of $290. The 2018 Project Budget, based on 2017 year-end financials, projects a total revenue of $25,600 with total expenses of $24,605 resulting in a projected surplus of $995. Transitioning tourism

City of Camrose community development director and member of Tourism Camrose board of directors, Victor Goodman, presented strategic objectives and a work plan that has been put in place for transitioning Tourism Camrose away from a destination marketed organization into a full destination management organization for tourism in the region. “The objective is to ensure that Tourism Camrose stays competitive with other Alberta jurisdictions,” said Goodman. Goodman spoke in detail about the Plan’s four goals of increasing Camrose and region’s market share of travellers, improving Camrose and region’s Net Promoter Score (NPS), increasing tourism stakeholder’s rating of Camrose region’s overall performance and increasing the tourism economic benefits to the region. “The Net Promoter Score predicts tourism industry growth,” said Goodman, noting the Net Promoter Scores are based on responses to the question, “How likely are you to recommend Camrose and region as a travel desti-

nation to a friend, family member or colleague?” Goodman explained four strategic areas are identified which include inspiring visitation through focused marketing, activate strategic marketing partnerships, enhance destination appeal and provide visionary leadership. “The first thing to understand is the tourism sector is hyper competitive and requires us to develop reasons for people to want to come here. We have to look at tourism through a slightly different lens,” said Goodman. “We do have a number of things that bring people into our community for different reasons. And while they are here, they can do other things, which makes them a tourist.” As an example, Goodman referred to Dance Tourism, noting that last year alone, Dance Tourism brought over 25,000 dancers into Camrose. “There are a lot of these things that people aren’t necessarily recognizing as tourism that we can really work with to enhance.” Goodman indicated that the board, along with Filip, have been working on things such as an active list of things to do in Camrose, key tourism demand generators and an inventory of tourism assets in Camrose and area. “In the longer term, we also need to take a look at determining the cost of designing an interactive tool for the tourism website that will allow potential visitors to design visits for themselves aligning with their EQ (Explorer Quotient) type,” said Goodman. “Where this comes into play is the ability to draw

on our regional neighbourhood. “We are also in the process of redesigning the Tourism Guide to target our best customers and appeal to our best assets.” The last area Goodman covered involved accessibility and circulation–helping ensure visitors experience easy accessibility to the tourism assets and information. “We want to access the quality and clarity of tourism signage and regional asset mapping coordinates, particularly when it comes to things out in the county.” Flat fee

Tourism Camrose members attending the AGM on Feb. 15 voted to implement a $25 flat membership fee. “What we are hoping to move towards is a more active pay to play model, buying into those certain marketing activities such as online digital, social media, being featured on our website and more,” said Tourism Camrose executive director Filip, “We would be more inclusive of the entire region versus focusing on only the membership, because there is so much to do and see in the Camrose region. This will be more suited to allowing us to collaboratively work with more partners while we support our existing partners and enable our visitors to have a more comprehensive picture of what is offered in our full region.” Board members

Tourism Camrose board of directors consist of president Janine Carroll, vice president Jason Heise (Camrose and District Chamber of Commerce), treasurer Kelaine Brand (University of Alber-

ta Augustana), secretary Wendy Wenig, member at large Carole-May Coty, director Andrea Forstbauer, Doug Lyseng (County), Victor Goodman (City of Camrose) and Kara Brown (DMF). One director position (two-year terms) remains open. City of Camrose Mayor Norm Mayer spoke about the direction Tourism Camrose is headed. “Hopefully, the progress and direction that Tourism Camrose is focusing on will generate a more productive operation and also create additional income for the organization, as well as create tourism for the city and county.” Councillor Agnes Hoveland, representing City council, also applauded Tourism Camrose on the direction they are heading with the new strategic plan and suggested Tourism Camrose create a link to the City Calendar, available on the City of Camrose website. Camrose County Reeve Don Gregorwich commented on the information provided. “I found this to be an absolutely fascinating meeting and really informative. I appreciate, very much, that the focus we are looking at is Camrose and region. I see the direction that is out there as being extremely valuable to our communities and it looks like there is an opportunity for further cooperation with the organizations. One of the things we are always concerned about, is the sustainability of our rural communities and this looks like an opportunity to try to move towards increasing that by working together.”

Lori Larsen, Camrose Booster The Tourism Camrose board members are left to right back row Victor Goodman (City of Camrose), Doug Lyseng (Camrose County), vice-president Jason Heise, (Camrose and District Chamber of Commerce), secretary Wendy Wenig, director Judy Bergstrom and member at large Carole-May Coty. Front row director Andrea Forstbauer, Tourism Camrose executive director Jennifer Filip and president Janine Carroll. Missing from photo are treasurer Kelaine Brand (University of Alberta Augustana campus) and Kara Brown (DMF).





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Murray Green, Camrose Booster Brenda Bohmer, Helga’s neice, spoke about the history of the Old People’s Home in Bawlf at the dedication. Rev. David Eriksson gave a blessing, Bawlf Mayor John DeMarchant and Camrose County Reeve Don Gregorwich passed on greetings, and student Addison Banack led “O Canada.”

Dedication honours Bethany’s roots By Murray Green

The Bethany Group held a dedication ceremony close to the original Old People’s Home site in Bawlf as a tribute to its inception and roots to the organization today. Bethany CEO Mike Leathwood led the celebration on April 27. “It’s the humble beginnings that has taken us to what we are today. It’s the people that made the difference.” In 1922, the Lutheran Church in Bawlf recognized a need for care of elderly immigrants in the area. The seniors had no families and weren’t able to take care of themselves or their own homes or farms. “A dedication tells the story of the past. The history shapes our future,” said Rev. David Eriksson, during the dedication. “Those of us who work for Bethany are continuing the story, as Brenda (Bohmer) will tell us later. Their story has become our story.” In Lutheran tradition, the church and parish decided to take action, purchasing the vacant hospital and turning it into a home for the elderly, which became the Bethany Old People’s Home. “To clarify, the building was first built to be used as a hospital in 1906. By 1909 it was expanded and housed as many as 30 patients. The

hospital closed in 1918, but Bawlf was a busy place in the 1920s. In 1922, the Lutheran Church, already operating for 20 years by that time, saw a growing need to care for the elderly,” said Brenda. The facility housed seniors until 1949 when it closed and the organization moved to Camrose. The Old People’s Home was popular, especially as the economic downturn took its toll. A Board of Charities was created who oversaw the operations and residency of the Home. While rents were low, the Board also relied on the communities/parishes to support residents, especially those from outside of the Bawlf area. They also received land and farms to help support operations. Quite often, the farms weren’t as successful as everyone hoped and were in turn sold in order to continue funding the home. The staff included a matron who took on the duties of caring for the seniors, including cooking, cleaning and a variety of other tasks. She was helped by a few other staff members who worked together. Around 10 years before their move to Camrose, the board started looking for a new home. More and more seniors were approaching

them for care and the home couldn’t house everyone. Finally, in the late ‘40s, the board made a deal with the Town of Camrose to purchase land and begin construction on the Sunset Home with a well attended opening in the late summer of 1949. In August of that year, 17 residents from the home in Bawlf made the move to their new home in Camrose. The Bethany Old People’s Home in Bawlf found yet another purpose as a school, housing three classrooms until the new school opened in 1950. It wasn’t until 2012 that The Bethany Group returned to Bawlf when it assumed management of Sanden Court. While it may not have operated in the community for many years, it never forgot its roots. The building itself may be long gone, but a spot near where the Bethany Old People’s Home was located has been marked with a commemorative monument on the corner of the Bawlf school property (the corner of Alberta Avenue and King Street). A bench at the location is also dedicated to Helga Jacobs (nee Loken) to honour her work at the home and with Bethany. She started work at age 17 in Bawlf.



LOCATED: From Holden, go 5 km east on Hwy 14, then 3.4 km north on Rge Rd 155. Gate Sign – 49313 Rge Rd 155 FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Pete Suchy at 780-603-3705 Previewing starts Saturday, May 26 up to sale date. TRACTOR • John Deere 4650 MFWD w/ 20.8R38 duals, powershift, showing 9060 hrs, 3 hyd, Big 1000 PTO, shedded, SN RW4650P002603 • Trimble FM 750 display & antenna SWATHER & COMBINE • 2002 Harvest Pro 8150 (MacDon) SP swather w/ 25’ MacDon 972 header, showing 1435 header/1878 eng hrs, 2 speed, turbo, plastic tooth 6 batt PU reel, 21.5Lx16.1 front tires, approx 1500 acres on new wobble box, vg cond, SN 149717 • 1985 John Deere 8820 Titan II SP combine, JD 214 PU, showing 4954 hrs, air foil chaffer, 30.5L-32 front tires, shedded, $6132.59 w/o Nov/2016, SN H08820X610814 TRUCKS • 1980 Chev 70 TA truck w/ 14’ gravel box & pole hoist (34” box extensions), 427 gas, 5&4 trans,

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THURSDAY, JUNE 7 – 4:00 PM Estate of Murray Griffiths – Ponoka, AB

LOCATED: From the east side of Ponoka, go 6.4 km east on Hwy 53, then 3.2 km south on First Chain Lakes Rd (Rge Rd 250), then 1.6 km east on Twp Rd 424, then 1 km south on Rge Rd 245. Gate Sign – 423029 RR 245 FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Renee Griffiths at 403-783-2504 or 403-963-0185. Previewing starts Friday, June 1 up to sale date, 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Note the 4:00 p.m. start time. TRACTORS • 2007 John Deere 7520 MFWD w/ JD 741 self-leveling loader, 8’ bucket & grapple, 4819 hrs at booking, 3pt hitch, LH reverser, joystick, 20 spd PowrQuad Plus trans, rear wheel weights, 3 hyd, 540/1000 PTO, 20.8R38 sgls, one owner, SN RW7520R062055 • Case 2090 MFWD w/ newer 20.8x38 sgls, 2 hyd, 540/1000 PTO, partial PS trans, showing 6543 hrs (this is not original eng), SN 09923593 • Allis Chalmers WF antique tractor, SN WF6006 HAYING & CATTLE EQUIP • Highline Bale Pro CFR650 bale processor, RH discharge, 16.5L16.1 tires, one owner, ltd use, SN CFR6503436 • John Deere 945 MoCo discbine, 13’, Impeller, hyd header tilt, one owner, SN E00945T119685 • NH 688 rd baler, auto wrap, one

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TUESDAY, JUNE 5 – 10:00 AM THURSDAY, JUNE 14 – 4:00 PM Daardi and Nadine Almberg – Hardisty, AB Neil and Crystal Berkholtz – Hay Lakes, AB LOCATED: From the east side of Hardisty (Tank Farm) go 9 km south on Rge Rd 95, then 0.6 km east on Twp Rd 415 or from the west side of Amisk, go 13.7 km west on Sec 608 (Twp Rd 415) FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Daardi at 780-888-1020 or Nadine at 780-888-1560. Previewing starts Saturday, May 26

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• Haybuster 2650 bale processor, RH discharge, SN 26HJ521350 • Wheatheart Heavy Hitter post pounder w/ 9hp Honda • Ray’s Mfg GP 70 hoppered feed box w/ 12V elec discharge auger (fits on Hydra Dec or ½ ton) BINS & AUGERS • Two Meridian Grainmax GM 2300 hopper bins, skids • Two 5” augers w/ feed boots • Brandt 8”x45’ auger w/ Brandt SP mover, 2012, 30hp Kohler • Wheatheart 10” transfer auger • E-Kay 8” bin sweep SOLAR WATERING SYSTEMS • Five Promold portable self contained solar watering systems w/ pump, 8’ trough, solar panel (1 summerwinter, 1 deep well, 3 standard) CATTLE HANDLING EQUIP • Cattelac hyd cattle squeeze • Hyd cattle squeeze, hm built, HD • HiHog 2 sec alley w/ catwalk; HiHog crowding tub, palp cage • Two HiHog maternity pens • FM For-most calf squeeze; calf alley • Ten 24’ metal wind breaks • Seven 20’ free standing corral panels, 6’ high, solid steel inserts • Twenty-five 20’ steel silage fdrs • Four 20’ steel fenceline feeders • Fifty 10’ HiHog corral panels; five 10’ HiHog ride thru panels; six HiHog HD panels; qty HiHog panels w/ walk thru gates • Qty of HiHog gates

• Three HiHog fenceline feed panels (10’-12’); six 30’ corral panels; qty corral panels (10’16’); qty gates (4’-10’) • Two Lewis cattle oilers • Seven bale feeders (1-3 bales) • 200+/- lengths 2-3/8” drill stem; qty 1-1/2” & 2” tubing; qty sucker rod • 16’ calf shelter • Qty elec fencers (some solar); cattle show supplies (2 clippers, blower, etc) WELDERS & SHOP EQUIP • Lincoln 305G Ranger portable welder, 142 hrs • Miller 212 Millermatic mig welder; Miller 180 mig; Lincoln 180 mig • Miller Spectrum 375 plasma cutter • 2013 Can Industrial 20 drawer HD work station, 9-1/2’ • Twelve Snap-On shelving units • Two 60 gal upright air comp. • Move It hot water pressure washer w/ Honda 13hp, newer • Honda EM 5000 generator • Westward floor model drill press • Westward ¾” TWA 34 torque wrench (41”); 50T hyd shop press; qty tool boxes & cabinets; welding tables MISCELLANEOUS • 40’ shipping container, 2012, 8-1/2’H • 2013 Artic Cat 400 quad, 4x4, winch • HD steel hopper, 150 bu+/- • 130 gal slip tank w/ 20 GPM 12V pump

COMBINE, HEADER & SWATHER • 1998 John Deere 9610 w/ JD 914 header, 2442 sep / 3476 eng hrs, 30.5Lx32 fronts, hopper topper, chaff spreader, Norac header height, SN 9610X677676 • JD 224 straight cut header • 21’ Prairie Star 4930 w/ Macdon 960 header, 1996, showing 3305 hrs, 2 spd-Turbo, PU reel, triple delivery, 21.5Lx16.1 fronts, SN 103498

TRUCKS & STOCK TRAILER • 1976 IH Loadstar 1800 TA grain truck w/ 20’ steel box & hoist, gas, 5&4 trans, roll tarp • 1976 Ford 750 Tag axle grain truck w/ 19’ steel box & hoist, gas, 5&2 trans, roll tarp • 1967 Chev 50 SA w/ 11’x17-1/2’ bale deck (holds 8 bales) • 20’ Trail Rite 5th wheel TA stock trailer, 1994, rubber mats SEEDING / FIELD EQUIPMENT • 35’ Flexicoil 820 cult w/ sgl shoot air package, broadcast kit, 4 bar harrows, knock-on shovels • Flexicoil 1720 TBH air tank, 3 rollers, newer manifold • Spray Coupe 215 SP sprayer, 560 orig hrs, 3 wheel, 56’, 200 gal • 21’ John Deere 220 disc • 32’ IH 5000 Vibra Chisel, 3 bar harrows • 27’ CCIL DT cult, 3 bar harrows • 55’ Inland diamond harrows • 30’ Riteway 901 hyd fold packer • 16’ Lode-King seed / fert tote • Westfield 8”x51’ PTO auger HAYING & CATTLE EQUIP • John Deere 567 rd baler, 2003, Silage Special, Mega-wide PU, new driveline in 2016, newer tires, 15,848 bales, SN E00567X194769 • John Deere 945 MoCo discbine,

2000, Impeller, new driveline & bearings, SN E00945T145546 • Bale King Vortex 880 bale processor, LH discharge • NH 1033 PT bale wagon • NH 273 square baler • NH 358 mixermill, bale feed • Tonutti V10 12 wheel rake • 10 wheel 3pt hitch rake; Vicon 6 wheel rake; JD 7’ sickle mower • Tuff cattle handling system – new in 2015 (squeeze & palp cage w/ neck extender, 2 sec alley, 3 way splitter w/ catwalk, crowding tub w/ catwalk, portable chute) • HiQual maternity pen • Seven 24’ free standing windbreaks w/ loader bar • 52’ portable windbreak • Fifteen 24’ free standing corral panels • Five 20’ silage bunks; 24’ calf shelter (pipe & tin); Lewis cattle oiler; two HD sgl bale feeders; cattle squeeze; five troughs; qty gates & panels MISCELLANEOUS • Lincoln SA 200 welder • JD AR tractor (parts) • Stainless steel hopper (100 bu+/-) • 4 wheel bin mover (hm built) 1250 gal poly water tank • 20+/- sec of diamond harrows; • 12’ garden cult; 10’-1T hyd dump trailer

See our flyer or website for full listings & pics


Phone 780-672-1105 • Fax 1-888-870-0958 Email • AB License 334038




Joanne Babwik and the Estate of Peter Babwik of Millet, AB

Douglas MaLaine Pont of Millet, AB

Being from the Junction of Hwy 616 and 814, go 8½ miles east on Sec Hwy 616 or 3½ miles east of Cloverlawn Hall on Sec Hwy 616 OR 22521 Hwy 616, Millet, AB

Being from the Junction of Hwy 2A & Sec Hwy 616, go east to Rg Rd 232, then 2 miles south to Twp Rd 480, then 1/8 mile east; OR from the Junction of Hwy 21 & Sec Hwy 616, go west to Rg Rd 232, then 2 miles south to Twp Rd 480, then 1/8 mile east; OR 231076 Rg Rd 480

SAT., JUNE 9, 2018 – 10 AM

SUN., JUNE 10, 2018 – 10 AM

Watch For Signs • GST will be charged where applicable • Lunch Available

Watch For Signs • GST will be charged where applicable • Lunch Available

Real Estate Sells at 1:00 pm – Two Parcels #1. NE 7-48-22-W4 consisting of 69.58 Acres 2017 Taxes $1231.32, included farm yard c/w power, underground well and gas • • • •

40’x60’x12’ Barn 30’x64’x12’ Shelter 36’x73’x12’ Shelter 16’x24’x12’ Shelter

Well treed yard c/w spruce shelter belt, located on Secondary Highway 616. Commuting distance to all major cities is only ¾ hr. All on pavement.

#2. NE 7-48-22-W4 Lot 1 Block 1 Plan 0322031 • Consisting of 80.06 acres • 2017 Taxes $245.68 • All cultivated • 2018 crop possession belongs to Mrs. Babwik Possession October 31, 2018

Possession July 30, 2018

Terms: Real estate sold on owner’s approval of final bid if accepted. 10% non-refundable deposit sale day, balance on or before possession dates. Real estate transactions handled by Maxwell Devonshire Realty. Contact Wilf Bittner at 780-699-2737 TRACTOR

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• WS 14’x6 Ring Grain Bin c/w auto lid opener, wooden floor • WS 14’x4 Ring Grain Bin c/w auto lid opener, wooden floor • Two Twister 14’x4 Ring Grain Bins c/w auto lid opener, wooden floor • Twister 14’x5 Ring Grain Bin c/w auto lid opener, ladder, wooden floor

TRUCK • 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 ½-T Truck, V-8, auto, approx. 190,000 km, S/N 2002 JD 6410 FWA Tractor, CAH, dual 1B7HC16Y91S111021 hyd., dual PTO, 3-pt. hitch, new rear tires TILLAGE EQUIPMENT c/w JD 640 FEL c/w bucket and round bale • MF 520 16’ Tandem Disc c/w hyd. rim, like fork, 6030 hr., S/N L06410V226840 new, S/N 1867-004613 • Cockshutt 16’ Tandem Disc HAYING EQUIPMENT 1998 JD 535 Round Baler, cab controls, • IHC #10 DD Seed Drill c/w hyd. lift and fert attach. 1000 PTO, new belts and rollers; S/N • AC 10’ Tandem Disc E00535X973162 JD 820 MoCo Haybine, rubber rolls, 2 • Ford 14’ DT Cult c/w hyd. ram knives, 540 PTO, S/N E00820X986710 • JD 14’ Tool Bar Cult. Gehl 520 12W “V” Hay Rake, S/N 8325 • Three Sections Melroe Harrows

• • Factory HD Tandem Axle 20T Steel Deck MISCELLANEOUS • AC Hydro 812 Riding Lawn Mower c/w Hay Wagon, hauls 25 bales 4’ rear mount rototiller S/N 1690518LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT 001189 • Hi-Hog Squeeze c/w palpation cage, • Coal and Wood Stove 2 sections “S” alley c/w catwalk and • 24’ Alum. Ext. Ladder crowding tub • Beam Scale • Hay Tarps • Tuff Livestock Equipment Maternity Pen, • Scythe • Tools like new • Cream Cans • Wood Splitter • Three 24’ HD Self Standing Panels • Snowblower • Fencers • Six Hi-Hog Panels c/w 4’ walk through • Fuel Tanks c/w stands • Forks gates • Shovels • Antique Cupboard • Assort. Hi-Hog 10’ Panels • Logging Chains • Assort. 16’ Hi-Hog Panels • Water Tanks • Seven 10” Panels c/w 4’ walk through • Many more items gates AUCTIONEER’S NOTE • Five 2-Bale Pipe Feeders Mrs. Babwik is selling her land and moving • Three Single Bale Feeders to town. Selling two parcels of Land at 1:00 • Cattle Showing and Vet. Supplies pm. All equipment is well looked after. Plan • Feed Tubs on attending. For more information call • Calf Pullers Miller’s Auction Service at 780-789-2226 • Many more items or 780-920-6738 or inquires on Real Estate GRAIN BINS call Wilf Bittner of Maxwell Devonshire • Four WS 14’x5 Ring Grain Bins c/w auto Reality at 780-699-2737. lid openers, wooden floors


LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT • Four Hi-Hog 10’ Panels c/w 4’ walk-in gates • Four 12’x6-Bar Hi-Hog Panels • Twenty Hi-Hog 10’x6-Bar Panels • Two Round Bale Feeders • Case 1845C, diesel engine c/w dirt bucket, • Assort. Steel Feeder Panels snow bucket, round bale fork and pallet • Assort. Gates • Approx twenty-five 8’x6”-7” Treated Fence fork, 3510 hr., S/N JAF0242629 Posts TRACTOR • Set Show Britching Harness • Pack Saddle • Four English Saddles • Saddle Pads • Assort. Bridles, Halters and Lead Shanks • Leather Chaps

• JD 1070 FWA Tractor, diesel engine, 3-pt. hitch, PTO, hyd., roll bar, 1420 hr.

• King Cutter 60” 3-pt. hitch Brush Mower

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ANTIQUES Assort. Cream Cans, 8, 5, 3 gal. Glass Butter Churn Tin Flour Can Wooden Trunk Antique Wardrobe Closet RBC Office Desk Dresser c/w mirror Dresser Six Antique Wooden Chairs Wicker Basket Assort. Wooden Boxes Assort. Quart and Pint Milk and Cream Bottles Kids’ Sleigh Wooden Frame Couch World War I Ammo. Box Fresno Water Spout Hand Pump Cast Water Heater Nabob Sealers Many more items

MISCELLANEOUS • Magna Force 60 gal. Upright Air Comp. • Diesel Reddy Herman Nelson Heater • Wire Dog Kennels • Bee Boxes c/w frames, some new • Two 200 gal. Plastic Water Tanks • Insulated Tarps • Pottery Kiln • Three Pottery Wheels • Car Top Carrier • Bolt Bin • Crescent Wrenches 24” - 8” JD Z Trac Pro Hydro Gas Riding Lawn • Assort. Hand Tools and Wrenches Mower, 55” deck, 597.1 hr., like new • Garden Tools B.C.S. Professional 852 SP Unit, c/w 13 hp • Springbok 12’ Alum. Boat Honda motor, 24” front mount snowblower • Fishing Water Skeeter and 40” sweeper brush • Assort. of Fishing Equipment JD 21” SP Mower c/w bagger • Many more items Toro 21” SP Mower c/w bagger AUCTIONEER’S NOTE Onan Pro 5000 Power Generator Mr. MacLaine Pont is moving and relocating. Approx. 40 Potted Water Lilies Lots of good items on this sale. Take note of VEHICLES AND TRAILER the Truck, Van, Tractor & Skidsteer. For more 1979 Dodge Van 200 Customized Camper information call Douglas MacLaine Pont at Van. Stove, fridge, awning, V-8, auto, good 780-905-9827 or Miller’s Auction Service at rubber, 44,326 km, S/N B25JF9K363506 780-789-2226 or 780-920-6738. 1950 GMC 9430 1T Step Side Box, 6 cyl., YARD EQUIPMENT

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ALVIN MILLER 780-789-2226 or Cell 780-920-6738 TREVOR MILLER 780-722-2705 BARRY KASHA 780-374-2472 – Camrose, Daysland, Killam, Tofield, Holden DARCY SHEETS 780-336-6485 – Kingman, Rosalind, Viking Clerk: Judy Bentley


HORSES • Five Thoroughbred Percheron and Fjord X Mares, approx. 15 years old, broke to ride and drive

• 3-POINT HITCH EQUIPMENT • • • • • • • • • • JD 660 3-pt. hitch Rototiller • Buhler Allied 6010 3-pt. hitch Snowblower • •

License No. 200809 • Box 71, Sunnybrook, AB

Winners from the first Camrose Police Service Crime Prevention Poster Contest included Micaiah Schmidt from Jack Stuart School, Ruth Wilson from École Sifton School, Isabella Nelson from Chester Ronning School, Lexi Smith from Sparling School, Aiden Willier from École Des Fondateurs and missing from photo Molly Zarski from St. Patrick Catholic School.

4-sp trans, all original, runs • Shop Built Tandem Axle Skidoo Trailer c/w 8’x10’ deck, ramps and lights, No. S/N

“For Reasonable Rates and Excellent, Friendly Service, Give Us a Call”

Terms: Cash or valid cheques only, certified cheque, bank draft or bank letter of credit. No purchases to be removed until settlement has been made. List is subject to additions and/ or deletions. Neither the owner, the auctioneer nor staff of the auctioneer shall be held responsible for any loss or accident on or off the auction site. Look for pictures on our website:

Promoting awareness with youth By Lori Larsen

Camrose Police Service initiated a new program to help build crime prevention awareness at an early age. The program will work alongside the Alberta Crime Prevention Week, which occurs mid May and will involve all schools in Camrose. Grade 2 students are asked to create a poster depicting a chosen crime prevention theme. The student from each school, with the poster that best illustrates the theme is selected to win a trophy and a tour of the Camrose Police Station. “It’s a project I started and feel will help the youth of Camrose understand the importance of crime prevention at an early age,” said Camrose Police Service Constable Matt Rolfe. “Crime prevention is important at all ages.” The theme for this year’s inaugural contest was Lock it or Lose It. Winners were announced on May 7 and included Micaiah Schmidt from Jack Stuart School, Ruth Wilson from École Sifton School, Isabella Nelson from Chester Ronning School, Lexi Smith from Sparling School, Aiden Willier from École Des Fondateurs and Molly Zarski from St. Patrick Catholic School. “The students were so excited to get rewarded for their hard work and creativity,” said Const. Rolfe who looks forward to continuing the program in the next school year.





Estate of Gus Mattheis of CASTOR Estate of Roy Scammell of Cadogan Ian & Kathleen Thengs of CAMROSE Location: From Cadogan go 2.5 km west on Hwy 600 to Rg Rd 42, then go 3 km south to Twp Rd 384, then go 0.7 km west; OR from Hwy 41 and Hwy 600 intersection, go 23 km east on Hwy 600 to Rg Rd 42, then go 3 km south to Twp Rd 384, then go 0.7 km west. SW-27-38-4-W4

Location: To be held at Dunkle Auctions sale site. From Castor go 6 km north on Hwy 861. Gate Sign: 38308B Hwy 861 – SE-22-38-14-W4

SAT., JUNE 9, 2018 – 10:00 am

SAT., JUNE 16, 2018 – 10:00 am

• Sakundiak HD6-33 grain auger, TRACTORS 6”, 33 ft. • NH 1033 square bale wagon. • NH 518 manure spreader. • Versatile 400 SP swather, 18 ft. UII PU reel. • NH 55 rolabar 10 ft. hay rake. • Postpounder w/ pto. pump and 4 • 1997 John Deere 7610 tractor hyd. controls. w/ JD 720 FEL and 7 ft. bucket • John Deere 307 rotary 6 ft. mower. & grapple, 120 hp, 4,168 origi• Ford 8830 tractor w/ Allied 894 LIVESTOCK RELATED nal hr., 2WD, joystick, 3-pt. hitch, self leveling FEL w/ grapple and 8 diff. lock, 20.8 x 38 tires, wheel • Gravity feed wagon w/ 10 ft. hopft. bucket, 1990, MFWD, 3,416 hr. weights, 540/1000 pto, 2 hyds, air per box. showing, 170 hp, 20.8R x 38 tires, seat, shedded, excellent condition. • Besler 750 3-pt. hitch bale handler 3 hyds, good condition. / unroller. • ± (30) – Heavy Duty 24 ft. freestanding corral panels. • ± (10) – Heavy duty 24 ft. + 8 ft. gate freestanding corral panels. • Ford 6700 tractor w/ Leon 707 • Guard rails. FEL and 6 ft. bucket & grapple, 75 • Case 2394 tractor, 1983, 197 VEHICLES hp, 2WD, 9,347 hr. showing, 3-pt. hp, 10,000 hr. w/ rebuilt motor at hitch, 2 hyds, 18.4 x 34 tires. 3,200 hr., 1000 pto, 2 hyds, 24 sp. trans., 20.8 x 28 duals, one owner. • Steiger Bearcat PT-225 4WD tractor, 3306 Cat engine, 1978, • 2011 Chevrolet Silverado regular hour meter not working, 30.5L x cab truck, automatic, 4x4, 113,000 32 tires, 3 hyds, big 1000 pto. km, very good condition. • Ford 1100 tractor, 1979, 13 hp • International 1086 tractor w/ • 2008 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 diesel, 4x4, 91 hr. showing, diff. Case 2350 FEL w/ 7 ft. bucket & quad cab truck, leather, 4x4, loadlock, 540 pto, very good cond. grapple, 1979, 6,458 hr. w/ new ed, 353,000 km. • 1956 Case 500 diesel tractor. motor at 2,250 hr., 131 hp, 18.4 x • 2007 Dodge Ram 1500 Special • Case “D” tractor. 38 duals, 3 hyds, one owner. Edition quad cab truck, 220,250 TRAILERS km., 4x4, auto, 5.7 litre Hemi, A/C. • International 4568 4WD tractor, 1976, 6,999 hr. showing, 235 hp, • 2006 GMC 1500 regular cab truck, 20.8 x 38 tires, 3 hyds. man. trans., 156,750 km, 2WD. • 1962 MF Super 90, 77 hp. MISCELLANEOUS • Massey Ferguson 65 parts tractor. • 2015 Big Tex 14GX gooseneck RECREATION TA, 14 ft. dump trailer, GVWR = • 1990 Sylvan 18 ft. aluminum 14,000 lb, like new. boat w/ Mariner 135 hp outboard • 2012 Look 14 ft. TA cargo trailer motor and SA trailer. w/ rear doors. • 2006 Yamaha 660 Grizzly Spe• 1997 Goertzen TA 16 ft. gooseneck cial Edition quad, 4x4, 10,132 km, stock trailer, centre divider, GVWR 1,488 hr., front winch. • 2012 Arctic Cat 350 quad, 4x4, • 2005 Yamaha Kodiak 450 quad, = 10,160 lb. • 13 ft. TA gravel trailer w/ pintle 3,318 km, VG cond. 4x4. • 1986 Honda Fourtrax parts quad. • 2007 John Deere HPX gator, diehitch. • Homemade 16 ft. TA flatdeck • Douglas 3-pt. hitch, 4 ft. rototiller. sel, 339 hr. • 22 ft. long x 1 ft. wide treated trailer. FARM EQUIPMENT bridge timbers. SKID STEER TRACTORS

• Large assortment of channel and angle iron, shafting, pipe, square tubing, flat iron, metal sheeting, sucker rod, checkerplate and grating. • 2006 New Holland 1475 hydras-

• 1994 Case 1838 skid steer w/ 5 ft. bucket, 46 hp, diesel, good condition. • Pallet forks. • New Wildcat 72” rock bucket. FARM EQUIPMENT

• Highline 7000 bale processor w/ hyd. discharge chute. • JD 535 round baler, 540 pto. • Case IH 8465 round baler. • JD 336 square baler w/ ¼ turn chute. • Pasture harrows. • New Holland 358 mixer mill. • JD 1600 DT cult. w/ 4 bar harrows, 24’, 12” spacing, exc. cond. • Kellough Bros. Series 176 tandem offset disc, 12 ft., notched blades. • Athens Series 106 offset disc, 9 ft., notched blades. • 7 ft. Land leveler. • Graham 18 ft. cultivator w/ 3 bar harrows. • IH 914 p/t combine, shedded. • Westfield J208-41 pto. grain auger, 8” x 41’

• Heavy duty portable stand for organizing metal. • Metal shop carts on casters. • Scaffolding. • Storage racks for metal. • Pipe stands. • 8 ft. x 14 ft. Metal skid. • Proto metal tool chest. • Two 14.9 x R30 tires w/ rims. • Logging chains. • Westward 1 ton chain hoist. • Bostich air nailer. • Makita 7” angle grinder and drill. • Air tools. • New ice fishing hut. • Hunting tent. • HD wagon. • Snapper SP lawn mower. • Parmak 12V solar electric fencer.

• A great selection of tools – see website.

AUCTIONEER’S NOTE To be held at Dunkle Auctions sale site at Castor, AB. A nice variety of items is UP4BIDS. Gus kept his equipment well maintained and all major items have been shedded. For more info. call DAS at 1-877-UP4BIDS(874-2437).


Pictures on Website

wing 18 ft. haybine, 1000 pto, rubber conditioning rolls. • JD 7720 SP combine w/ 11 ft. PU, 1980, 5,465 hr. showing, chopper. • JD 7721 PT combine w/ 11 ft. PU. • Schafer 16 ft. tandem disc, smooth blades. • IH 55 DT cult. w/ 3 bar harrows, 29 ft. liquid fert. kit, 12” spacing. • Schulte 9600F front mount 8 ft. snowblower. • Degelman 14 ft. 4 way front dozer blade w/ mounts. (Currently mounted on Steiger 4WD). • Leon 9 ft. 2-way front dozer blade w/ mounts. • Sakundiak HD7-41 grain auger w/ Kohler 16 hp electric start motor, 7”, 41 ft. • Bourgault 540 Eliminator 70 ft. field sprayer w/ 650 gallon poly tank, hyd. pump, auto fold, chemical handler, wash station. • Inland 60 ft. field sprayer. • Walinga 510 Agri-vac grain vac, shedded. • Massey Ferguson 852 PT combine w/ Melroe 388 PU,1984, shedded. • Versatile 400 SP swather, 1978, 18 ft. bat reel, no cab, shedded. • New Idea 486 round baler, 540 pto. • NH 109 PT swather, 21 ft., bat reel. • Woody Whammer post pounder.

Location: From the Hwy 13 and Hwy 26 junction on the east side of Camrose go 15 km east on Hwy 26; OR from the Hwy 854 and Hwy 26 intersection north of Bawlf go 8 km west. Gate Sign: 18318 Hwy 26 – SE-4-47-18-W4

THUR., JUNE 21, 2018 – 4:00 pm

MISCELLANEOUS SKID STEER • Carolina Industrial HV20 metal bandsaw. • 2W Maternity pen. • Big Valley calf tipping table. • 30 ft. boomless sprayer w/ poly tank and wand. • Feed troughs. • Campbell Hausfeld air compressor. • Lincoln AC-180S welder and cables. • Metal tool chest. • Cutting torch. • Bobcat S175 skid steer w/ 6 ft. • Daytona drill press. • Skilsaw. bucket, 2006, 46 hp, hand and foot • Tablesaw. • Bench grinder. controls, diesel, only 825 original • Cut-off saw. • Bolt bins. hr., one owner, shedded, exc. cond. • Trekk Grizzly -45˚ Celcius sleeping • Edge 6 ft. skid steer snowblower bag. • Plus more items too numerattachment. ous to list. • Bobcat skid steer 12” auger attachment. 3-PT. HITCH ATTACHMENTS • Agrator AV-1150 46” rototiller. • Skid steer tree spade attachment. • Sovema 72” finishing mower. TRACTORS • King Kutter potato digger. ANTIQUES – Ring #2 – 11:30 am

beavertails, 8 bolt rims, 10,000 lb. winch, GVWR = 23,000 lb, excellent cond.

• 1999 Southland 17 ft. TA 3-horse angle trailer. • 2009 Maxey 16 ft. TA dump trailer w/ slide in ramps, 8 bolt rims, GVWR = 14,000 lb. • 2005 Southland 18 ft. TA gooseneck flatdeck trailer w/ slide in ramps. GVWR = 15,200 lb. • 2005 Sprinter TA 27 ft. 5th wheel holiday trailer, one slide, A/C, outside shower, sleeps 4. BOAT

• John Deere 990 tractor w/ JD 430 FEL, bucket and pallet • Large variety of 4 colours of forks, 2004, 40 hp, MFWD, only • 2008 Larson LXI 228 22.5 ft. depression glass. 355 original hr., joystick, 3-pt. fibreglass boat w/ Volvo Penta 330 • Butter churn and butter press. hitch, diesel, 540 pto, one owner, hp inboard motor, only 15 original hr., bimini top, fish finder, stereo, • Crocks. • Gramophone. shedded, exc. cond. Sirius XM ready, one owner, like • Plus much more – see website. • John Deere 4020 tractor w/ new, sells w/ 2008 EZ Loader TA JD 148 FEL w/ bucket and pallet VEHICLES and GRAIN TRUCKS forks, 1966, 95 hp, 7,470 hr. boat trailer w/ fold away hitch, showing, diesel, 18.4 x 38 tires, shedded, excellent cond. two hyds, 540 pto. LIVESTOCK RELATED • 10’ x 16’ Horse shelter w/ 8’ x 10’ GRAIN TRUCK tack room. • 2011 Ford F-150 XLT Super Crew • 1976 Ford F-350 1-ton grain truck • 5 ft. x 6 ft. insulated stock waw/ 12’ box. cab truck, 4x4, A/C, 238,612 km, terer building w/ water pump, backup camera, loaded. 3-PT. HITCH ITEMS stock waterer w/ tank heater, au• Sovema 6 ft. finishing mower. tomatic outdoor lights and wired • John Deere 681 6 ft. rototiller. w/ breaker box. • King Kutter 6 ft. box blade. • Early 1900s SR. Hamill’s pony cart. • Buhler Farm King 7 ft. rear blade. • ± (32) 10’ x 6’ H portable panels. • 1990 Ford F-250 Lariat ext. cab SHOP EQUIPMENT and TOOLS • ± (70) Hi-Hog and Prairie 12’ ft. diesel truck, 4x4, 208,000 km, • Ex-Cell air compressor, 20 gallon corral panels. tank, 5.5 hp. automatic, A/C, power windows, • (7) Hi-Hog and Prairie 10 ft. panels • Pressure washer w/ Honda 5 hp. w/ walk thru gates. power locks, aluminum toolbox. motor. • Prairie 10 ft. overhead frame gate. • Aluminum 15 ft. extension ladder. • (8) 12’ 2W metal gates. • Oxy acetylene cutting torch. • 2W Cattle squeeze. • Welding table. • (4) Western, 2 children’s saddles. • Haussmann tablesaw. • (2) Bundles of 4”-5” x 7 ft. new • 1982 GMC 7000 SA grain truck w/ • Hitachi cut-off saw. fenceposts. 16 ft. wood box & hoist, roll tarp, • Two Come-alongs. recently rebuilt motor, shedded, • Poulan chainsaw. • Pipeline slings. • 32 ft. Portable windbreak. • Rubbermaid water troughs. 29,857 km showing (odometer not • 1/2” and 1” Poly hose. • Round bale feeder. working), 10.00 x 20 tires, 10F/ • Scaffold on casters. • HD bull round bale feeder. 2R, HI/LO, shedded, exc. condition. • Two 2” Water pumps. • 3-Round-bale horse feeder. • 1980 Ford SA grain truck w/ 16 RECREATION ft. wood box & hoist, 117,958 km, • 2004 Honda 650 Rincon quad, • Chicken feeders. 10.00 x 20 tires, 10F/ 2R, HI/LO. MISCELLANEOUS 4x4, 4,130 km, GPS, front winch, • 1965 Mercury 800 TA gravel truck buddy seat, hand warmers, block • Hi-Qual 38 ft. wide x 64 ft. long w/ 14’ steel box. building, 3 years old w/ 15 year heater, one owner. • 1972 GMC 6000 SA bale hauling • Polaris 250 quad, 2WD. warranty, excellent cond. truck, 16 ft. deck. • 40 ft. L. x 9 ft. high seacan w/ dual • Quad tracks. end doors. • 2-Bottom plow. LAWN and GARDEN LAWN and GARDEN • 135 Gallon slip tank w/ 12V • John Deere 465 EZ Trak zero electric pump. • Antique sleigh. turn lawnmower w/ 27 hp motor, • 350 and 860 Gallon poly tanks. 274 hr., 62” cut. • 4 Oilfield 8 ft. x 15 ft. access mats. • John Deere D170 ride-on lawn tractor w/ 26 hp motor, 187 hr., • Various lengths 12”, 16”, 42” pipe. • McClary wood burning stove. 54” cut, exc. cond. • Kubota B1700 tractor w/ Allied • Pipe stands. • Logsplitter. • Two 40 ft. L x 20 ft. W party tents. 95 FEL w/ 4 ft. bucket, MFWD, 492 • O’Keefe, Merritt propane stoves. • Geotech industrial grade landhr., 3-pt. hitch, 17 hp, diesel. • Quad tire set and ramps. scape fabric. • JD 214 ride-on lawn tractor w/ 40” • Chainlink dog kennel. • Propane patio heater. rototiller, front blade, snowblower. • Bicycles and tricycles. • Wheelbarrow. • Fimco trail type 4 ft. sprayer. • Trail type grass seeder and fertilAUCTIONEER’S NOTE AUCTIONEER’S NOTE izer spreader. Ian and Kathleen have an exceptional A very nice variety of equipment UP- • Trail type 8’ sprayer. lineup of low hour shedded well 4BIDS. Most major items have been • Landscape rock. maintained equipment. Please note shedded. For further info. contact • Husqvarna lawn sweep. the 4:00 pm start time, mark your Neil at 780-753-8862 or DAS at • Push lawnmower. calendar and plan to be with us sale • Three submersible sump pumps. day as this is one you won’t want to 1-877-874-2437. PLEASE BE ON TIME AS ALL miss! For further information, call TRAILERS MAJOR ITEMS WILL START • 2007 Trailtech 30 ft. TA dually Ian at 780-679-8911 OR DAS at gooseneck flatdeck trailer, 1-877-UP4BIDS (874-2437). SELLING AT 1 PM.

Terms: Cash, Cheque, Debit, Visa, M/C

Lunch Available


49th Annual

Unreserved Alberta Farm Auction

for fred and erika spanell of sherwood park, ab Having received instructions from Fred and Erika Spanell, we will sell by public auction the following goods situated on NW 15-51-23 W4, 51273 Rg Rd 233. DRIVING DIRECTIONS: From Sherwood Park, intersection of Wye Road and Hwy 21, turn South on Hwy 21, travel 8 km to Twp Rd 514, then 3 miles West to Rg Rd 233, then 1 mile South on 233 (left side of road).

saturday, june 16, 2018 • 9:30 am NO BUYERS’ PREMIUM • WATCH FOR SIGNS • GST WILL BE CHARGED WHERE APPLICABLE • LUNCH AVAILABLE 2009 JD 6430 PREMIUM MFWD TRACTOR 95 hp, Reverser, c/w New JD H340 Loader and 8’ Bucket and Grapple, 3218 Original Hr., Green Lighted TRACTORS, HAYING and OTHER EQUIPMENT • 2009 JD 6430 Premium MFWD Tractor - 95 hp, Reverser, c/w New JD H340 Loader & 8’ Bucket & Grapple, 3218 Original Hrs, Green Lighted • 2000 JD 566 Round Baler - Approx 8000 Bales, Green Lighted 200 Bales ago in 2016 • 1994 14’ JD 1470 Discbine • Sovema 12-Wheel V Hay Rake • 22 Ton Trail Type Log Splitter • Ford 3pth 6’ Rear Blade • 14’ Cultivator c/w Mounted Harrows • 6 x 20 Grain Auger • Hang Up Harrow Drawbar c/w 13 Diamond Harrows • 2017 14’ Pull Scraper, Hyd Angle Tilt c/w weight box, new • 2017 12’ Hyd Land Scraper, new TRUCKS, TRAILERS, RECREATIONAL • 2013 Dodge Ram Longhorn 3500 Diesel Dually Truck - Cummins, Fold Up Hard Tonneau Cover, Trailer Package, 20,770 km



SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 9:00 AM CAMROSE, AB – Lindstrand Auction Machinery Sale Site – Selling 3 Rings 2 MILES NORTH OF CAMROSE ON HWY 833 (47321 SEC HWY 833)

Accepting Consignments from Monday, June 18 - Friday, June 22 Listings are now being accepted to be included in our newspaper, radio, web page and extensive mailing campaign.

• 2005 Arctic Fox B1150 11.5’ Hard Wall Camper - c/w Large Slide, Awning, Remote Electric Jacks, Fully Loaded with All Available Options, Like New! • 2009 Crestliner 1650 Sport Angler Aluminum Fishing Boat - 90hp Mercury Outboard Motor, 4hp Trolling 4-Stroke Motor, Live Well, Down Riggers, Fish Finder, Pedestal Chairs, Stereo, Swim Platform, Suntop Boot, Bow Cover, c/w Crestliner Trailer, Approx 50hrs, Used 3 Times! • 2009 Kubota RTV 1100 4wd Diesel Side By Side c/w Metal Cab, Doors, Heater, Air Cond., Upgraded Wheel Package, Front & Rear Winch, Hyd Tilt Box, Camouflage Package, 529hrs • 1982 32’ Trailtech Triple Axle Gooseneck Trailer c/w Beaver Tails & Ramps & Wood Sides & Hay Rack Extension • 12’ Aluminum Boat • 1995 Tandem Axle 16’ Flatdeck Trailer

LAWN and GARDEN • Estate Sprayer c/w Wands - for Side by Side • Pull Type Fertilizer Spreader • Pull Type Aerator • 5 hp Rototiller • Weed Eaters MISCELLANEOUS, SHOP EQUIPMENT and HOUSEHOLD •2000 Gal Versa Fiberglass Tank c/w Pumps & Hoses • Qty of 10-12-14-16 UFA Corral Panels • Qty of 10- 12-1416 UFA Corral Gates • (3) 300 gal Fuel Tanks c/w Stands • Portable Loading Chute • Feed Bunks • 4x4 Fence Posts • 5th Wheel Hitch • Fiberglass Shelters • Asst of Lumber • (2) New Pressure Tanks • Morand Cattle Handling System c/w Maternity Pen & Headgate • 4x6 Far North Cedar Sauna c/w Stereo • Victory 6x8 Walk-in Commercial Cooler/Freezer Combo • (3) 8x16 Calf Shelters c/w Metal Roofs • Along w/Large Quantity of Good Shop Equipment and Household. For full listings check our website.

AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: The Spanell’s are retiring from farming and are selling this outstanding lineup of late model equipment. All of the equipment has been shedded and will be sold unreserved to the highest bidder. For more information on this auction contact Fred Spanell at 1-780-467-9970 or Lindstrand Auctions Ltd. at 780-672-8478 or 1-800-251-1441. TERMS OF PAYMENT: Cash, Debit, Valid Cheques in good standing accompanied by two pieces of major ID. UNRESERVED FARM AUCTION

for luz farms – dave and kathy luz of camrose, ab

Having received instructions from the Dave and Kathy Luz we will sell by public auction the following goods selling in conjunction with Lindstrand Auctions Ltd. 49th Annual Summer Machinery Consignment Auction. Driving Directions: 2 miles North of Camrose on Hwy 833 (47321 Secondary Hwy 833). WATCH FOR SIGNS.

saturday, june 23, 2018 selling 3 rings – 9:00 am, 9:30 am, 10:00 am




EXPECTING 4,000 - 5,000 BIDDERS We conduct Alberta’s Largest One-day Farm Machinery Consignment Auction four times a year. Selling farm equipment, cars and trucks, lawn and garden, recreation vehicles and major farm equipment. Whether you have one piece or a complete line of machinery, we have the facility and the experience to bring you top dollar for your equipment. For full listings and pictures visit our website at: Selling in conjunction with the 49 th Annual Summer Machinery Auction an

Unreserved Farm Dispersal for Luz Farms

DAVE and KATHY LUZ of CAMROSE featuring a LATE MODEL LINE-UP of JD farm equipment

THIS OUTSTANDING HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE: LINE OF LATE MODEL, • 2011 JD 6100D MFWD tractor, LOW HOUR, SHEDDED c/w JD 563 loader, 3-pt. hitch, EQUIPMENT WILL BE SOLD 642 hr. UNRESERVED TO THE • JD 8870 4WD Tractor HIGHEST BIDDER • JD 4920 High Clearance Sprayer Contact Dave • Westward 9352 SP 30’ Swather at 780-878-1735 • JD 1870 56’ Air Drill • 2010 JD 9870 STS Combine For details and pictures • 1997 Freightliner FL80 Tandem visit our website at Grain Truck • 1995 Freightliner FLD Tandem Grain Truck • Along with a good line of other equipment!

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NO BUYERS’ PREMIUM • GST WILL BE CHARGED WHERE APPLICABLE • LUNCH AVAILABLE ONLINE BIDDING AVAILABLE TRACTORS • JD 8870 4wd Tractor - 12spd Trans, Turbo Diesel, 350hp, New 20.8R x 42 Duals, 6200hrs, Setup For JD Auto Steer & GPS • 2011 JD 6100D MFWD tractor, power reverser, 540/1000 PTO, 18 spd., 100 hp, c/w JD 563 self-levelling loader with grapple, and joystick, 3-pt. hitch, 642 hr., fluid in tires, plastic still on seat HARVEST EQUIPMENT • 2010 JD 9870 STS Combine - c/w JD 615 PU Platform, 26’ Unloading Auger, Big Top Grain Tank Extension, Contour Master Fixed Feed & Reverser, High Capacity Feeding Pkg, Hyd Fore & Aft Reel Control, Lateral Tilt, Small Wire Concave, Setup For GPS & Auto Steer, 1492 Engine Hrs, 1102 Threshing Hrs, Green Lighted May 2018 • 2001 30’ Westward 9352 SP Cummins Diesel Swather - c/w Macdon 972 Draper Header, Double Knife Drive, Split Reel, Tilt, Fore &

Aft, 1462 hr., Shedded, Like New, Low Hours • 2013 JD 635 F 35’ Auger Flex Header - c/w Pickup Reel, Single Point Hook Up, Single Knife Drive, Bergen Header Transport • 2004 JD 936 D 36’ Draper Header - Single Point Hook-Up, Fore & Aft, Pickup Reel, c/w Cross Auger & JD Transport • 2016 Westfield MKX 180-34 13 x 84 Swing Auger - Hyd Lift, Electric Mover & Hand Remote • Sakundiak TL12 x 1200 PTO Auger

Chemical Inductor, Foam Markers, On-Board Air, Left & Right Hand Fence Row Nozzles, Boom Section Strainers, 8.1 Liter 300hp Diesel, 380/105R50 Rubber 1200 Gallon Stainless Tank, Hyd Thread Adjust, Tridekon Crop Dividers, JD GPS & Auto Steer, 3780 hr., Like New, Green Lighted - May 2018 (70R 42 Extra Rubber & Rims Like New to Sell Separate) • 70’ Degelman Model SL700 Heavy Harrow

SEEDING, TILLAGE and SPRAYING • 2009 JD 1870 56’ Air Drill - Single Row Openers, Primary Seed & Fertilizer Blockage, c/w JD 1910 Tow Behind 430 Bushel Air Cart, Double Shute, 3 Tanks, Dual Wheels & Dual Front Castor Wheels, Conveyor Loading Auger, 12” Spacing, Monitors, Low Acres • 2004 JD 4920 90’ High Clearance Sprayer - 15” Spacing, 5-Way Nozzles, Hi Flow Pump, Steel

GRAIN TRUCKS • 1997 Freightliner FL80 Tandem Grain Truck - Cummins Diesel, 6spd Automatic, c/w 20’ Steel Box & Hoist, Front & Rear Remote Controls, Roll Tarp, 75000 km, One Owner • 1995 Freightliner FLD Tandem Grain Truck - 60 Series Detroit Diesel, 10 Spd Trans, c/w 20’ Steel Box & Hoist, Front & Rear Remote Controls, Electric Roll Tarp, 97,800km, One Owner

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AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: Dave and Kathy Luz are Discontinuing their farming operation and are selling this outstanding lineup of low hour, late model shedded farm equipment. The major equipment has been green lighted and is in excellent field ready condition. Terms of Sale are Cash/Debit/ Cheques with 2 Pieces of Major ID, Major Equipment Requires a Bank Letter of Credit. For more information on this auction: contact Dave at 780-878-1735 or Lindstrand Auctions Ltd. at 780-679-8101

Phone 780-672-8478 Jody cell: 780-679-8101 Laurie cell: 780-679-7363

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Bawlf makes history again By Murray Green

The history of Bawlf was portrayed in the book We Came and We Stayed back in 1980. The community is currently working on volume two that will reflect the history from where the first edition ended until mid-2018. “I was born and raised in the community. The older I get, the more important history is to me,” said Ron Pederson, chair of the history book committee. “The first book came out in 1980 and that was the year I graduated. I felt that after this many years, if we don’t do another one, and there are others older than I am with history we need to gather to put into a book, that we never do one. The idea was floating around in my mind for about a year.” He decided to take action. “Other communities were starting to do it and I thought it isn’t going to happen unless someone starts it. I talked to one of the neighbours (Kathleen Tennant) to ask if they were willing to help and she said yes, so that is how we started,” explained Ron. The book is in the planning stage and people are being asked to submit updates on their families, businesses and community clubs. “We called a meeting and reached out to other community-minded people and asked

them to join us. It wasn’t hard to get a committee together.” In addition to vital statistics like important dates, the organizing group wants to receive stories about school days, sporting events and life in Bawlf over the past 28 years. “We canvassed the whole area telling people we need updated stories. We hope to get a good response. We have about 175 submissions already,” said Ron. “It’s your submissions that will make this project into a success. We have a harder time to convince the newer residents. We want their stories on why they came here and where they work. It’s all interesting information to us. It is important for newer residents to take part in this. It is all history.” Story submissions are due on June 30. Pictures will be accepted until Aug. 31, if the book organizers know they will be forwarded. “When we went around to the houses to canvass the idea of submitting information, people would say, we just live here. A lot of people work somewhere else and just live in Bawlf. We want them to be part of the community and become part of the community,” shared Ron. “We have plenty of service clubs and things people can become

involved in. We encourage them to get to know more people. We hope this books helps that.” Bawlf is planning a homecoming event in 2020. “We hope some of these people become involved in that celebration.” You can send your submissions to Sherry Bratrud at or Tanya Bergquist at “We are centering around the old Bawlf School and moving to the new school. We want school and sports teams information as well. We are looking for century farms as well to follow the families. We are going to have a special section in the book that lists the century farms.” The organizing book crew consists of Ron Pederson, Kathleen Tennant, Dale Uglem, Diane Hartman, Sonja Berg, Gordie Blatz, Glenna Bellingham, Anne Stordahl and Charleen Gunderson. “We will be printing a limited number of the original volume one books if the demand warrants it. I suggest pre-ordering both volumes of the books now, so we know how many we are going to need. We are finishing in October in order for the books to be ready by June 2020,” Ron added. Continued on page 23


Erskine conquers highest peaks, dreams By Murray Green

Stuart Erskine is not afraid to get his feet off the ground and go to places most people wouldn’t dare go. “Originally from New Zealand, the adventure bug caught him early. He backpacked across continents by the age of 18 and 19,” said Rotary president Lou Henderson in her introduction. “Over 10 years he visited more than 130 countries. In 1995, he adopted Camrose as the place he wanted to live.” He shared his experience with the Rotary Club of Camrose members. “I was in business here for about 10 years when I started to notice I was getting out of shape,” recalled Stuart. “We were at Crimson Lake and the kids wanted to enter a 3km race. I wasn’t going to run so I drank a bottle of Scotch the night before. Somehow I was volunteered into the race, but I wasn’t about to go 20 km, so I entered the kiddie race.” He was challenged by his young daughters to join them in a simple three km run. “I thought, I’ve got to do something, so I took up running.” It proved embarrassing to Stuart. Since then he hasn’t met a challenge, he hasn’t conquered in some way. You see, he crossed the line 24th out of 28 youth runners. It nearly killed him, not physically, but mentally. “I trained for four months and then entered a half marathon in Vegas.” Mountain climbing wasn’t Stuart’s first love. He started to get into shape by entering a half marathon. He pushed himself not only to complete marathons, but competed in the Boston and New York marathons, as well as the Marathon des Sables, which is a 250km trek across the Sahara desert. Stuart proved a point to himself. Not only could he do it, but he moved into the best shape of his life. “I started getting bored with marathons, so I entered death races. They are like running four marathons back to back.” A knee injury slowed his enthusiasm to enter more long distance running. That’s when he turned to mountain climbing. The first time Stuart heard about the Seven Summits challenge he was at a running camp in Idaho. When ultra marathoner Marshall Ulrich passed him a jump drive with a slideshow presentation on it, Erskine slipped it into his laptop bag with the intention of watching it. Two years later he pulled it out of his bag during a flight to Toronto. He was blown away and prom-

Stuart Erskine

ised himself to complete the challenge. “I watched a presentation on the Seven Summits. I said to myself, this is the thing I’m going to do and I enrolled in a climbing course at Mt. Rainer. The most important thing was about how to tie knots.” Stuart has completed the Seven Summit Challenge, crossed the Sahara Desert, entered Death races and mingled with the penguins at the south pole. “The Seven Summits are the highest peaks on seven different continents. You have to ski, snowshoe and climb. You actually have to climb the mountain two or three times. You have to pull up the gear that can take several trips.” Stuart’s seven summit list includes Mt. Kosciusko, Australia 7,310 feet on Oct. 21, 2013; Mt. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania 19,340 feet on Aug. 29, 2014; Mt. Aconcagua, Argentina 22,860 feet on Jan. 23, 2015; Mt. Denali, Alaska, USA 20,320 feet on May 31, 2015; Mt. Elbrus, Russia, 18,513 feet on Aug. 4, 2015; Mt. Vinson, Antarctica 16,067 feet on Jan. 17, 2016 and Mt. Everest, Nepal 29,035 on May 19, 2016. His adventures have pushed the limits of human endurance, mental focus and athleticism. “You are at 16,067 feet and it is -40 degrees and it is windy, so very cold. Only about 2,000 people have ever been to the South Pole. Three times as many people have tried to climb Mt. Everest, than have been to the South Pole,” explained Stuart. After several successful climbs, he climbed the world’s tallest summit, Mt. Everest, on May 19, 2016. “You can only climb the mountain at certain times, so there is a ton of traffic at base camp and on the mountain. There is no oxygen at the top, so you have to carry a couple of oxygen tanks with you get up the mountain. There were 440 people summiting the day I did, a record. It was single

file, so very dangerous. The summit window period is literally two days. Nobody climbed it for two years because of an avalanche one year and an earthquake the following year. People were lined up to climb it. You are on oxygen for 24-hours a day for the last 6,000 feet. The tanks are $5,000 each and you get two at a time. You have to pay with your credit card right there on the mountain.” His ultimate goal is called the Explorer’s Grand Slam, which includes the seven summits and both poles. Stuart already skied to the South Pole. His next target is the north pole. The local adventurer has climbed the highest mountain around the world and has been to the south pole. “I skied to the South Pole and then flew back.” Mt. Everest was good training for another goal. “The toughest challenge in the world is not Mount

Everest, but rather a mountain simply called K2. For every person climbing, you need 100 people helping you,” he added. Despite some reservations from his family, he decided to take the risk. “It is ranked as the toughest mountain to climb, with climbers facing a 30 per cent death rate when they attempt it. Mt. Everest has a four per cent death rate,” indicated Stuart. “You have to rappel about 90 per cent of time.” He had help from donkeys and mules to pack equipment up the mountain, as well as the porters. “Only about 300 people have climbed K-2. Another 100 have died trying, so we passed a memorial along the way.” They started up and had to turn back because of weather. It snowed for 10 days straight (in July) and then it warmed up. “That

was very dangerous for avalanches.” Other successful events include Mt. Rainier Climbing Camp, USA on June 6 to 19, 2014; Carstensz Pyramid, Papua New Guinea 16,023 feet on Nov. 4, 2015; ski to South Pole, Antarctica, 9,301 feet on Jan. 10, 2016 and K2, Pakistan in August 2016. He left some advice for Rotary members. “I want to continue to push myself and strive to do extraordinary things. You can always do more than you think you can. We can always do more. Set a goal and you can do it,” advised Stuart. “When I first started to run four km, I packed enough water and snacks for a month. After a while you learn to adjust and really focus. It starts with setting a goal.” Stuart is set to receive an achievement award from the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame on June 1, in Red Deer.

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Continued from page 21 “We are expecting 225 to 250 stories. Then we have to proof the stories three times each. If someone lived in Bawlf, but has moved away, we still want them to send in their story.” Students could be naming the new book. “We are having a contest at the Bawlf School to come up with the name and graphic design of the volume two book. We will look at the junior and high school entries and pick a winner. We may or may not use the name of the winning entry. The organizing committee will decide. We are asking for a deposit and the rest is due when the book arrives.” Call Ron at 780-6797055 for more information or to order your books.

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