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2021

Vol. LXIX, No. 34

24 pages

July 20, 2021

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Kristen Gordeyko, along with her children Hattie and Clara (wearing their stylish Aviator Sunglasses) along with Airshow Co-ordinator Jadene Mah are ready for the weekend!

On July 24 and 25, right here on the outskirts of Camrose, see the fascinating formations of the Canadian Forces Snowbirds, be wowed by the amazing CF-18 Hornet fighter jet demonstration and anticipate a surprise from the CH-146 Griffon Tactical Helicopter.

Help keep volunteers safe and traffic flowing by purchasing your admission online at camroseairshow.com.

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Your paid attendance, in the authorized viewing area, allows an airshow of this magnitude to be possible and will help support the activities of local area flying clubs.

Be inspired by the thrilling performances and jet noise in a tailgate-style atmosphere right next to the family vehicle.

Inside Who Can I Count On? . . . . . . . . 6 Out and About . . . . . . . . . 8 and 9 City of Camrose . . . . . . 12 and 13 On the Road . . . . . . . . 14 and 15 Obituaries . . . . . . . 16, 17 and 18 Classifieds . . . . . . . . . . . 20 to 22 Central Agencies Realty Inc. . . . . . . . . . . 23 and 24

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News Features City upgrades boilers at Encana arena. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Aquatic Centre hours of operation will vary . . . . . . 2 Royal families featured at Heritage Railway Station . . . . . . . 11 Reflections by Bonnie Hutchinson. . . . . . . . . .12 Just Sayin’ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Earnshaw memorial located at museum. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

Feature photo by Ron Pilger

Pack a family picnic or pick up some tasty take-out from local eateries to enjoy while watching one of the few Airshows in Canada this year. This weekend is proudly presented in collaboration between Camrose and Iron Creek Flying Clubs the most enthusiastic bunch of aviators along Highway 13!


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Recent upgrades to the City of Camrose Encana Arena boilers are an investment well worth the money, with a projected savings of $8,000 to $10,000 annually for the City. Facilities within the City are monitored daily through routine maintenance and upkeep to ensure that everything is operating at top efficiency, not only to reduce the risk of equipment or machinery failure, but to ensure the City is making every effort to be energy conscious. Recognizing that the installation of newer more efficient boilers would not only save the City costs, but also reduce greenhouse gas emissions, a decision was made to replace the old non-condensing boilers with high-tech industrial condensing boilers. “The original boilers were aging and were very inefficient, and maintenance costs were rising to keep them running,” explained City of Camrose Community Services general manager Ryan Poole. “It was time for them to be replaced with something more efficient and maintenance friendly.” According Poole, the original boilers had to be used at full capacity in order to be effective, and were approximately 75 per cent efficient in terms of

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Submitted City of Camrose Community Services general manager Ryan Poole, left, and Building manager Paul Stone stand in front of the new high efficiency boilers.

energy usage, whereas the new boilers are approximately 98 per cent efficient. The three new boilers operate sequentially and have higher heating efficiency, lower running costs, and were easily integrated with existing distribution lines for a cost-effective retrofit. On top of the savings in energy and maintenance costs, the City is completing the final documentation to the Municipal Climate Change Action Committee (MCCAC) in application for a refund for a portion of the installation costs, which, if successful, could mean 75 per cent back towards the $182,530 supply and installation costs. “This was an opportune time for collaboration,” said Poole. “We used ATCO Infrastructure Services to do the engineering study, documentation, provide the project plan and implementation to the MCCAC so we could get approval for the project (which took approximate-

ly six months for approval). Dee-Jay Heating and Plumbing (a locally owned company) was also instrumental with the installation of the boilers.” In addition, the City made some energy efficient changes to the ice making equipment, changing from six MBTU (one million British Thermal Units per hour) to 4.5 MBTU, which will also assist in heating the arena more efficiently. Poole explained further, “What used to happen was the machine that refrigerates the fluid that goes under the arena (referred to as an ice maker), which is similar to a huge refrigerator, gives off heat. We used to take that heat and help heat the building with it, but that made the ice maker work harder. Now we don’t need to do that anymore, because we now have these very efficient boilers, and the ice maker doesn’t have to work as hard any more.”

of course it makes sense The reopening of the to move on to another job Blain Fowler newly renovated Camrose Berdie Fowler Bill Fowler that can offer that secumcfoul@cable-lynx.net 1920-2013 1917-1991 Aquatic Centre has seen rity,” said Poole. ASSOC.ofPUBLISHER SALESthe biggest its share ups and downs ADVERTISING As a result, as a result of the pandemic. staffing issue the Aquatic Despite a grand open- Centre faces is finding cering that took place last tified lifeguards, a position September, the new pool that requires a significant has experienced closures amount of training. due to restrictions and recJeff FowlerAdditionally, Joel Harrison Ron Pilger Camrose jeff@camrosebooster.com joel@camrosebooster.com ommendations of Alberta rpilger@cable-lynx.net is at a disadvantage since Health Services, which ASSIGNMENT CIRCULATION the Aquatic Centre REPORTERS resultedNEWS in layoffs of staff WRITER MANAGERwas closed prior to the panas well. demic, and therefore, there Unfortunately, that has meant a reduction in were fewer children in the programming and hours of area taking swimming lessons and moving on to operation at the pool. “We’re not the only leadership Laurel Nadoncourses. Murray Green Lori Larsen Leanne Taje murrayg@camrosebooster.com lori@camrosebooster.com taje@cable-lynx.net “ We’re a lready aquatic centre struggling,” stretched thin. And with saidOFFICE Community Services STAFF GRAPHIC ARTISTS general manager Ryan lifeguarding, it’s imperaDon Hutchinson, Pat Horton, Art Director, Journeyman Graphic Artist; Poole.Comptroller; “It’s happening tive Journeyman that ourGraphic staffArtist; stay Brendain Campbell, Andrea Uglem, all Sharon municipalities across sharp, because someone’s Schwartz, Journeyman Graphic Artist; Accounts Receivable Alberta.” may Graphic be onArtist the line. Nicole life Komarnisky, Becky Bolding, Because of the uncer- We want to make sure our Admin. Assistant PRODUCTION tainty caused by the panpatrons are safe,” explained Kirby Fowler, Production Manager; Michael Wasylkowski, Pressman demic, the City temporarily Aquatic Centre manager INSERTERS: Lydia Gutjar, Tammy Weibelzahl, Debra Roussel laid off all but two adminis- Marcia DRIVER: Peter LoewenPeek. trative staff at the Aquatic In thanking resiCentre when Everyone the province Reads the Home Team dents forPaper! their continued The most most economical forced theeffective, COVID-19 clo- advertising medium in the Camrose area. patience, Poole added, entire contents of THE CAMROSE BOOSTER are protected by copyright sures The back in December. “We understand and any unauthorized reproduction of it, really in whole or do in part, According towithout Poole consentmost in writing, is expressly prohibited. of the staff that was laid how frustrating it is for off have since moved on our residents. They’ve been to other jobs and won’t be excited about this facility opening for so long, and we returning. “You can’t blame just haven’t had the ability them. When you’re laid to open it. Help spread the off because of provincial- word that we’re looking for ly-mandated closures and lifeguards and we can start you have no idea when using the facility to its full things will be open again, potential.”


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Run Date: JULYus20, 2021:knowledge Camrose of what it’s been think it hasTUE helped honFile Name: R21_LiquorROP_CamroseBoost_Wk29_July our Mathieu’s memory. He like to go up against 21one Size:always 5.6026 aw fighter, x 12.5 h who of the world’s largest police was fought to earn everything forces, the NYPD. “It took our family six he did as an artist in his 30 years, and I know he would years to discover the truth be proud of how hard we about how my brother was fought to hold police and killed. I talk about the everyone responsible for this grief, sadness, anger and frustration felt during his tragedy,” explained Joel. Mathieu, an artist, was family’s long fight for jusriding his bike home from tice,” explained Joel. “I was his art studio in Brooklyn, inspired to write this story to New York. Through his raise awareness about traffic eyes, Joel gives firsthand safety and to show others who

are victims of injustice that they have a voice and that they can make a difference.” He hopes his story will inspire others who are struggling against injustice. “Our fight and this loss I think helped bring us all closer together and really appreciate how precious life can be, but it also showed us and others what you can achieve when you come together and fight back against injustice.” Continued on page 6


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Major Parker had a dream to fly By Lori Larsen

Many a child has looked up to the skies in marvel of the majestic maneuvers of the Canadian Forces Snowbirds and dreamt of being one of those pilots. Canadian Forces pilot Major Brett Parker, by his own admittance, was that young child. “I have always had the desire to fly since I was a kid. I would drag my parents to air shows back when I was in elementary school and junior high. Arguably, the jets were one of the biggest draw factors for me. Ultimately, what I always wanted to do was to fly airplanes and I have been very fortunate to be able to do so.” With a dream to eventually soar through the clouds, Major Parker joined the forces in 1999 under the Direct Entry Officer program. Born and raised in Edmonton, Parker has been what might be referred to as this area’s homegrown Snowbird. He has been involved in a few of the Snowbird demonstrations and fly overs that Camrose has been lucky enough to experience, and his brother Brian was with the Camrose Police Service years ago before joining Edmonton Police Service. “We have always had that connection for the last 20 years or so,” remarked Major Parker, adding that doing air demonstrations in Camrose made it one of the closest locations to his childhood home in Edmonton. He graduated from the University of Alberta with a Bachelors of Science in chemistry and physics, which afforded him the opportunity to join the Forces through the Direct Entry Officer Program, which essentially means he enrolled, paid for and successfully completed his four-year postsecondary education on his own accord, then applied to the Forces. When hired, he received some basic training, then was fairly quickly promoted to the rank of Officer. Parker received his Canadian Military wings training on the CT-155 Hawk (jet) at the 2 Canadian Forces Flying Training School (CFFTS) at 15 Wing Moose Jaw, where he ended up as an instructor on the Hawk. “I was a first tour instructor pilot on the Hawk and that is pretty much how I started my flying career, as a pilot,” which he said was something he became very passionate about and contributed a great deal towards his successful career. “I really enjoy teaching but I still had my eye on the prize, flying the F-18 and the Snowbirds. The Snow-

University of Alberta in ’99, but I technically applied to the military after graduating high school in ’92 and was originally told I wasn’t going to be a pilot. The military still offered me a scholarship out of high school, and I went to military school for two-and-ahalf years, but I was in as a navigator. I never touched an airplane as a navigator.” Parker said he knew in his heart that was not the path he wanted to take, he truly just wanted to be a pilot. Submitted Major Brett Parker, Canadian Forces Snowbird Number 7 pilot.

birds were probably the cream of the crop of what I wanted to do with my career.” He found beginning his pilot career as an instructor to be very beneficial, “From a discipline point of view, experience point of view and being able to relate to people and understand people as an instructor. Overall, it has made me a better pilot in general.” He went on to work in Dragon Flight as well as Standards, where he attained an A2 instructional category. “I have actually instructed three times in my career,” said Parker. “I did the Hawk, and was fortunate enough to go up and do the F-18, then came back to the Snowbirds. But then I actually went over to the UK and I was flying a newer version of the Hawk and was teaching there. When I came back from the UK in 2018, I went to 419 Squadron and I was teaching there again. It has been challenging, but it has its rewards too.” In 2010, Major Parker was successful in becom-

ing a pilot in the iconic Canadian Forces 431 Air Demonstration Squadron, best known as the Canadian Forces Snowbirds. His first tour with the Snowbirds ran from 2010 until 2015, when he completed four show seasons as Snowbird 5, 3 and 2. He was seeing his dream take flight. “My mother will attest to fact that I had the fighter jet models hanging from the ceiling and Snowbird posters, all signed, all over my walls.” He even knew all the names of the pilots and the formations. He was destined to become a Snowbird pilot. But it wasn’t an easy journey to the skies for Major Parker. “One of the things I love to do is school visits,” he commented. “My starting word for school visit is always ‘perseverance’.” Parker said he is not exactly the type of person to whom things come easy and is well aware of the trials and tribulations of failure and being told ‘no’. “I graduated from the

“So I decided as much as I appreciated the scholarship and the free education, I didn’t have the drive to do that (navigator).” He left military college and went back home to Edmonton where he began his post-secondary education at the University of Alberta. In his third year, he stopped by the recruiting office in downtown Edmonton and spoke with the flight commander. “I asked him what do I need to do in order to be reassessed as a pilot.” The commanding officer suggested that Parker finish his degree, then obtain his private pilots’ licence and get five hours of solo flight. “He told me he would then send me back to air recruit selection,” said Parker. “And that is exactly what I did. Then a year later, I went back to recruiting.” The rest is now Parker’s history in the skies. “I tell kids that sometimes you are going to be told ‘no’, but that is okay, that is a part of life. Or you are maybe not going to do

as well as you hoped to, but that is okay too, just continue to persevere.” Major Parker has once again taken up position with the precision flying team as Snowbird 7, outer left wing, bringing over 4,500 hours of military jet flying experience to the team. Upon return to the team, Parker was asked by the Snowbird boss where exactly he wanted to fly in the formation, to which Parker replied, ‘You tell me where you want me to be, and I will do it.’ “I am a firm believer that there isn’t one job, not withstanding the boss job which is a completely separate animal, that is more important than another. If you are good enough to fly one position, you are good enough to fly any position,” he noted, adding that every position has its challenges and every position has its unique contributions. He added that, although technically he had never f lown in the number 7 position before, he was actually teaching a junior pilot how to do that position on the other side of the formation, based on all he had learned f lying the other three positions he had f lown previously. “It has always been the drive for me–the motivation for me–to be a part of the Squadron, a part of this team. For me, the team has always been the pinnacle for me.” The pillar of the Squadron is to go out and demonstrate skill, professionalism and teamwork, and when watching the Snowbirds, it becomes obvious that each member of the team, from the ground up, take the motto very seriously. “The word teamwork is huge as we go to shows or fly over the City,” said Parker. “Obviously, a large portion of the kudos goes to the pilots, because we are the ones mainly out front and centre. But there is a huge group of people doing the work in order for us to do our job to go out in the summer. We don’t have what we have without a tremendous amount of teamwork from able bodied people across the spectrum–both from the deployed unit and the home unit.” All the work that goes into the stunning show of aerobatics simply eludes the everyday spectator, but for the Squadron, if not for every contributing member of the team, the show simply would not go on. “Everything we do is all about the air show season and being able to put the positive image in front of Canadians and making them proud of who they are and what we do.” Continued on page 5


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Major Parker flying jet number 7 Continued from page 4

Celebrating 50 years of entertaining crowds on the ground and instilling a huge sense of pride for Canada, the Snowbirds team is happy to once again be able to hold air show demonstrations over Canadian communities. “As the world deals with the back end of the pandemic, we are slowly getting back out there,

getting the message out, making some noise and putting some smoke overhead,” said Major Parker, adding that the team is looking forward to providing a great show for onlookers during the drive-in tailgate-type event scheduled to occur on July 24 and 25 overhead in Camrose. Even though, due to Military rules in place as

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a result of COVID, this show will not include a static demonstration or meet and greet with pilots, Parker said there will be two-way communication with a ground crew that will be heard through a local radio station and the Snowbirds music will be choreographed to the formations. “I am really looking forward to coming to Camrose,” concluded Parker. “Yes, we are staging in Edmonton, but we (pilots and crew) are going to be staying in Camrose out amongst the community through the weekend. It’s as close to home as I can possibly get.” Be sure to look for Major Parker in jet seven during the Camrose Drive-In Air Show scheduled for July 24 and 25. For more information on the air show, and admission to the show, visit the Camrose Flying Club website at camroseflyingclub.ca.


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50 Years Ago This Week – from July 20, 1971 edition • Alderman R. E. (Bob) Hurlburt was appointed Deputy Mayor of the City of Camrose until the conclusion of the regular Council meeting in September. • The 25-cent Dress Sale continued at the Betty Shop. Navy denim bibbed hot pants were selling for $5. • During the previous few weeks, numerous accidents had occurred on Highway 13 between Camrose and Junction, one of which claimed three lives. This prompted a call by Chamber member Ed Shuman on July 12 to the Minister of Highways and Transportation about the poor condition of the highway. The next day, a Department of Highways crew started working on the road. By July 17, most of the highway had been resurfaced. • Walt Disney family movie Aristocats was playing at the Kar-Vue Drive-In Theatre. • Camrose Fair Camp was being offered to rural youth ages 12 to 15, who lived within 50 miles of Camrose. The fee was $3.00.

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“I think this has shown others that no matter how long the odds might be, speaking up is important and it’s worth it, regardless of the result you get in the end,” he added. Joel is an actor and drama educator now living in Vancouver. He became a household name in Canada when he competed on the popular TV show Big Brother Canada. Joel has previously

worked as a radio news anchor and reporter interviewing major public figures in politics, entertainment and sports. He holds a radio and television certificate from the Western Academy of Broadcasting, Saskatoon, SK. Joel teaches drama workshops as part of programs for students from Kindergarten to Grade 7. When he’s not teaching, he continues to work on films and television shows.


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Gary Wowk, the popular pharmacist and owner of the two Shoppers Drug Mart locations in Camrose, is moving on to a much slower phase of life. Verlyn D. Olson Q.C., B.A., LLB

He has sold his business interests in favour of working some part-time shifts for the new owner going forward. Gary has enjoyed a lengthy career as a pharmacist beginning in Grande Prairie and on to ownership roles in Wetaskiwin and his valuable role with the public here in Camrose from 2004 to 2021.

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Krystal grew up in Castor, and is a 2007 graduate of the Pharmacy program at U of A, in Edmonton. She has family in Stettler, Morinville and St. Albert. Krystal is no stranger to the Shoppers Associate Program having previously owned two locations in Grande Prairie and a significant-sized store in Chilliwack, a thirteen-year career role. Paul is also in the medical field, having worked in the pharmaceutical industry for 20 years. He is now continuing with an Alberta based role.

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Urban forests featured By Lori Larsen

The benefits of maintaining urban forests continue to be a topic of importance around the world. They reduce air pollution and provide oxygen, improve water filtration, store water, and reduce storm water runoff. On July 22 at 7 p.m., join University of Alberta, Augustana Campus assistant professor in sciences Greg King outdoors at the Augustana campus, in his presentation on the vital role urban forests play in all our lives. “This presentation will introduce you to Camrose’s urban forest via a guided tree tour in the Augustana neighbourhood,” explained Dr. King. “The presentation will provide details

and examples of key ecosystem services and their economic values, drawing from a complete inventory conducted in the neighbourhood in 2019.” The walk itself is approximately 1.2 kilometres and will include between eight to ten stops along the way. The presentation is estimated to last between 75 and 90 minutes. Attendees are reminded to maintain social distancing during the presentation and tour, and are encouraged to wear comfortable and appropriate clothing and footwear for outdoor activity. “Last week’s presentation (yoga) was a fantastic way to end the day,” said City of Camrose Greens-

Lori Larsen, Camrose Booster The Urban Forest presentation will begin at the micro-orchard located beside the old church (Theatre) on Augustana campus.

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pace and Wildlife Stewardship coordinator Rhyleigh Henault. “We first learned about the connections of our bodies, minds and hearts, and how when these are all listening to each other, we ourselves can live more sustainably and with less stress. “We also learned about the historic roots of yoga and their meanings, such as the compassion and non-violence meant by the Ahimsa facet of yoga. These different parts of Yoga also allowed us to make connections to how we can integrate Yoga into our lives and promote environmental sustainability.” Henault said the evening presentation concluded with a calming and relaxing Yoga practice

made of various stretches and postures to help bring participants in tune with their bodies and forget about external stresses. Anyone attending a presentation will have an opportunity to win a gift card from a local business from the random draw made during the evening. For more information on the July 22 presentation or upcoming presentations featured in the Camrose Wildlife Stewardship Society summer programs, contact the City of Camrose Greenspace and Wildlife Stewardship coordinator Rhyleigh Henault at wildlifestewardship @ camrose.ca.

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The Royals

& THE RAILWAY July 24, 2021 1:00 – 4:30 pm

Join us for an afternoon with the Royals from the 1920s era Sit and enjoy musical entertainment, tour the beautiful Railway Gardens, and view displays of Royal Visits to Canada through the years Dress for the occasion in 1920s Garden Party attire A tea and dessert plate will be available for purchase Everyone welcome!

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Film premieres at Bailey By Lori Larsen

In partnership with Typecast Anonymous, the Bailey Theatre will be presenting the film premiere of Where or When? on July 24, show time 7 p.m. The one-act play, written by Erica Toews and Jonathan Ewing, was filmed inside the Bailey Theatre and features Liam McKinnon, Kiara Corkett, Claire Aldridge and Grace Baker, and was directed by Mike Hicks. The film of the play centres around Frank, Julie, and Ma Miller, a family of lifelong farmers. After Pa’s death, Frank feels the responsibility of the farm becoming an increasing weight on himself. With Julie leaving for the city and Ma becoming more of a burden than a help, the pillars are crumbling around him. Suddenly, an old friend appears, who throws a wrench into

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the downward spiral of the farm. The evening event will feature the debut screening of Where or When?, a live music performance by the film’s composer and will be followed by a panel discussion with the actors, director, and writers. Light food and

refreshments will be provided as part of this event. For more information on Typecast Anonymous, visit typecastanonymous productions.ca. For more information on this event or any other upcoming Bailey events, visit baileytheatre.com.

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The Battle River Community Foundation awarded $9,900 in grants to Centra Cam Vocational Training Association. The grant is from income from the Gordon French Fund, started to enable the disabled to participate in employment opportunities and the Foundation’s Community Funds, which are funds generous donors have given to the Foundation, with the direction that income be awarded at the Foundation’s discretion. The grants provided funding to purchase technology to enable Centra Cam clients to participate in programs

remotely. As well the funds will be used for cleaning of ducts at the Association main building, leading to a healthier atmosphere for clients, visitors and staff. The Battle River Community Foundation exists to support charitable organizations in East Central Alberta, which benefit the local communities and have a positive impact on the future. Since it was founded in 1995, the Battle River Community Foundation has granted over $7,250,000 to support charitable activities in the Battle River Region.

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Royal families featured at Heritage Railway Station By Murray Green

The British royal family used Canada’s railway system in the past to view the sites in this country. Camrose Heritage Railway Station, 4407-47 Avenue, will be featuring displays entitled The Royals and the Railway on July 24 from 1 to 4:30 p.m., weather permitting. Visitors are encouraged to explore the displays of Royal visits to Canada, including several transcontinental tours made by railway. The event will feature costumed interpreters as members of the British Royal family from the 1920s era, including Queen Mary, wife to King George V. Guests are encouraged to dress in 1920s garden party attire. The first official Royal visit to Canada was made in 1860 by Queen Victoria’s son Albert Edward, Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII). The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall (later King George V and Queen Mary) made the first transcontinental Royal tour by railway in 1901, travelling by CPR from east to west across Canada and back. Edward, Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII), made official tours in 1919 and 1927, and also made several private visits to his Alberta ranch. The first reigning monarchs to visit Canada were King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, who visited from May 17 to June 15, 1939, excluding four days spent in the United States. On this trip, the Royals travelled west by CPR and then back east by CNR. They were greeted by enormous crowds and deemed the trip very

successful. After the trip, King George VI gave permission for the class of locomotives that pulled his train to be called the Royal Hudson and to display the Royal Crown on the running board skirts. This was the first and only time the Royal designation was used for a locomotive outside of Great Britain. Admission is free, but there will be special tea and cookie plates available for purchase, and donations are encouraged. Entertainment will be provided with music in the gardens. Garden tours will be available, as well as tours of the station and outbuildings. The Morgan Garden Railway (G-scale model railway) will be running. The White Elephant gift shop will be open. If you can’t attend at that time, regular hours are from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday to Saturday, with the museum, grounds and gift shop open. The tea room is not currently open, but starting soon, they will be offering self-serve coffee, tea, pop and ice cream treats for purchase. This day will in part be held outdoors, so some events will be weather permitting. They are always looking for more volunteers to help with gardening, maintenance and other tasks. You can email canadiannorthern@ telus. net or stop by the museum to pick up a volunteer application form.

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These signs of the times made me laugh

Everything is relative. I used to think any temperature more than 28 Celsius was uncomfortably hot. Two weeks ago, when we hit 38 Celsius–the highest temperature I’ve ever experienced in more than seven decades– my perspective changed. “Oh, it’s only 30°C. Moderate.” Our July heat wave, followed by a week of more moderate temperatures, has left me with a severe case of ACS. That’s Absence of Creativity Syndrome–an underresearched condition especially prevalent in the summer. My summertime brain wants to be off-duty. I went through the motions of trying to fend off ACS but then capitulated. “It’s summer,” I thought and had a nap. And so–this week’s column is completely unoriginal. I’m just going to quote some things that made me laugh lately, with thanks to people who sent them to me. First, some terrible puns: I have a few jokes about unemployed people, but none of them work. Will glass coffins be a success? Remains to be seen. What’s the difference between a hippo and a zippo? One is really heavy and the other is a little lighter. Two windmills are standing in a wind farm. One asks, “What’s your favourite kind of music?” The other says, “I’m a big metal fan.” Hear about the new restaurant called Karma? There’s no menu—you get what you deserve. I went to buy some camouflage trousers yesterday, but couldn’t find any. What do you call a bee that can’t make up its mind? A maybe. I tried to sue the airline for losing my luggage. I lost my case. When everything is coming your way, you’re in the wrong lane. A cross-eyed teacher couldn’t control his pupils. She had a photographic memory, but never developed it. Is it ignorance or apathy that’s destroying the world today? I don’t know and I don’t care. I wasn’t originally going to get a brain transplant, but then I changed my mind. Which country’s capital has the fastest-growing population? Ireland. Every day it’s Dublin. The guy who invented the door knocker got a no-bell prize. I saw an ad for burial plots, and I thought: “That’s the last thing I need!” Need an ark? I Noah guy. I used to be indecisive, but now I’m not so sure. What did the grape say when it got stepped on? Nothing–but it let out a little whine. What do you call a super articulate dinosaur? A Thesaurus. Sleeping comes so naturally to me, I can do it with my eyes closed. And here are some signs that were photographed and posted online. They too made me laugh. Sign in a bookstore, which might be too true to be funny: “The post-apocalyptical fiction section has been moved to Current Affairs.” Sign in a coffee and bakery shop: “Skinny people are easier to kidnap. Stay safe. Eat cake.” Sign in a public washroom: “Wash your hands like you’ve been eating Doritos and you now have to take out your contacts.” Sign by a drive-through food place: “Buy one burger for the price of two and receive a second burger absolutely free!” Sign on a freeway overpass: “Who hates speeding tickets? Raise your right foot.” Sign in a store window: “If it’s in stock, we have it!” Sign by a public building: “Unattended children will be given an energy drink and be taught to swear.” And finally, a sign that reflects what is dear to the heart of the Camrose Booster: Shop local ’cause Amazon won’t sponsor your kid’s ball team. ***

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Help me understand the rationale for MLA Lovely cheerleading the pronouncement of a “new” innovative collaborative initiative between industry and post-secondary institutions in Alberta by advanced education minister Nicolaides (Camrose Booster, July 6). Alberta colleges, polytechnics and some colleges (that have been granted university status) have been successfully using the Canadian DACUM (Develop A Curriculum) model for more than 60 years. This model relies entirely upon input from business and industry to define and validate curriculum content, to systematically review curriculum content for every program of studies every few years, to sit on advisory committees annually or semi-annually, to provide sites for student field trips, and for instructional staff on educational leave to update skill sets. This model is a win-win model for students, employers and institutions, providing competency-based education. At the very least, this pronouncement is one more example of the UCP smoke and mirrors media campaign to continue the illusion of innovation. Somewhat more sobering is the painful realization that minister Nicolaides has absolutely no understanding of the Institutions in his portfolio; their role and mandate, their history and their internal quality con-

trol processes to ensure institutional effectiveness for students and community stakeholders. Given the UCP interference in K-12 curriculum development and validation under Premiers Redford and Notley; what credibility and possible motivation does this latest UCP “innovation” have? The model was new and innovative in 1965 (and highly successful over the past 60 years); resurrecting the model as “new” in 2021 is shameful and disingenuous (and probably expensive) for taxpayers. Best to rethink your voting options next time around folks; check out the Alberta Party and the NDP and their platforms. Jason Kenney has provided a myriad of reasons to make him a one-term Premier. Fool me once…shame on you; fool me twice…shame on me. Lynn Clark, Camrose Baffling group

The UCP is a baffling group. They thanked frontline healthcare staff for their work during the pandemic and now want to roll back nurses’ wages. This seems to be a trend with the UCP as they continue to trumpet that public services spending is “out of control” in Alberta. Let’s look at some other numbers. The UCP granted a $4.5 billon tax cut to profitable oil companies (never mind the $1.3 billion they bet on Trump winning

the latest US election so he could approve the Keystone XL pipeline). That is a total handout of $5.8 billion. Yes, billion with a “b”. In the last year, the Calgary Herald reported, Enbridge paid its executive team $35.74 million as an annual salary and bonuses. $17 million of that went to one man, their CEO. TC Energy’s executive team raked in $33.46 million that same year. I’m curious what the bonuses were for oilfield workers. You know, the people who actually do the “work”. Perhaps some of them could inform us. Yet it is the fault of “greedy” public servants like nurses, doctors, lab techs, and teachers that our province is in economic difficulty. I think companies that dish out north of $30 million a year to their executives don’t need the lavish tax breaks the UCP is showering them with. Perhaps our own MLA Jackie Lovely can tackle a real problem I see with financial waste…the gold-plated pensions for the provincial politicians making these disastrous decisions. Perhaps with the oil companies paying their fair share of taxes again (never mind not sticking us with the clean-up costs of their abandoned wells) and politicians taking a more reasonable pension, we could afford to pay workers in both the public and private sectors. Mark Lindberg, Camrose


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CITY OF CAMROSE, PROVINCE OF ALBERTA TAKE NOTICE that the Council of the City of Camrose, in the Province of Alberta, has given first reading to Borrowing Bylaw 3182-21 which will, upon final passage and approval, authorize the proper officers of the said City of Camrose to borrow monies from Alberta Capital Finance Authority or another authorized financial institution by way of debenture issues, to pay for the cost of financing the following project: Bylaw 3182-21 – New Waste Water Treatment Plant The total estimated cost of the aforesaid project is $42,200,000 per the amounts outlined below: Wastewater Capital Reserves $10,454,244 Grants 9,920,756 Sanitary Offsite Levy 825,000 Debenture 21,000,000 Total Cost

$42,200,000

The total net amount to be approved for borrowing for the above project on the credit and security of the City at large by the issuance of debenture is $21,000,000. The debenture is repayable to the Local Authorities Capital Financing Program or another authorized financial institution for a period of 25 years, the annual interest rate is not to exceed 5.0%, or the interest rate as fixed from time to time by the Local Authorities Capital Financing Program or another authorized financial institution. The Council of the City of Camrose has determined that 100% of the total amount to be borrowed will be repaid on credit of the City of Camrose at large and funded from rates on water and wastewater accounts and/or wastewater offsite levies collected sufficient to pay all amounts associated with the borrowing under this Bylaw. NOW THEREFORE NOTICE is hereby given by the Council of the City of Camrose that, unless a petition of the electors is received as provided for by the terms of Section 231 of the Municipal Government Act, the said Council may pass the borrowing Bylaw. All persons interested are hereby notified and they are required to govern themselves accordingly. The Bylaw may be inspected at the office of the Deputy City Manager. Dated at the City of Camrose, in the Province of Alberta this 6th day of July, 2021. The last date of publication of this notice is July 20, 2021. Kim Isaak, Deputy City Manager 5204-50 Avenue, Camrose, Alberta T4V 0S8 Pursuant to Section 1(i) of the Municipal Government Act an “elector” means: A person who is eligible to vote in the election for a councillor under the Local Authorities Election Act. Pursuant to Section 47 (1) of the Local Authorities Election Act, a person is eligible to vote in an election if the person: • Is at least 18 years old • Is a Canadian citizen • Resides in Alberta and the person’s place of residence is located in the local jurisdiction on Election Day. A petition may be made by the City of Camrose electors equal in number to at least 10% of the population in accordance with the provisions of Section 223(2)(a) of the Municipal Government Act. The petition for a vote must be received by the City Manager within fifteen (15) days after the last date of the publication of this notice and shall contain on each page “an identical statement of the purpose of the petition”. (Further requirements of the petition are provided in Section 224 of the Municipal Government Act.)

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Bailey showing movie Casablanca By Lori Larsen

Of all the gin joints, the Bailey Theatre should be the one you walk into on July 23,

for the showing of the classic 1942 film Casablanca. Starring Humphrey Bogart (Rick Blaine) and Ingrid Bergman

(Ilsa Lund), this film is renowned for its daring (at the time) portrayal of a love triangle and tumultu-

ous times in the early stage of the Second World War. Rick’s world is turned upside down when his former lover Ilsa shows up at the café, hoping for Rick to

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David Lefsrud of Viking owns a 1979 Ford F-150 Ranger Lariat truck. “I’ve had this truck for just over two years. This truck was originally purchased at my dad’s and his brother’s Ford dealership in Viking when it was new. My uncle would take a new truck every year when they came out and drive it for two or three months and then sell it,” recalled David. “So he sold this truck to a local guy in town, and he drove it until 1985. Then he parked it and it sat until a couple of years ago, when I finally got it out of him. I brought it home and did the restoration on it,” explained David. “I received a report on the vehicle that included where it was sold. It was a one-off truck that was equipped with a metric speedometer. This truck came out of the Twin Cities (St. Paul, Minnesota instead of Oakville, Ontar-

io), the only one with a metric speedometer.” The truck has a 460 engine. “It is all original. I had the motor out and had it redone. I had the frame off and blasted it. I put it back together and kept it as original as possible,” added David. “The attraction to this truck was simply the family connection to it. The truck was my uncle’s and I liked the family history of it, that is why I wanted it,” said David. “I added a custom back to it. My son Derek is a carpenter, so he made the tonneau cover with the Ford emblem in it. The cover adds a nice touch to it.” The sixth generation of the Ford F-Series, also known as the dentside Ford to enthusiasts, is a line of pickup trucks and medium-duty commercial trucks that were produced by Ford Motor Company from the 1973 to 1979 model years. Produced by Ford in North America, Argentina and Australia, this is the third and final generation of trucks derived from the 1965 Ford F-Series. “My son is collecting memorabilia from the old garage and dealership to add to the history. We are finding trinkets that they used to give out. We made up some stickers that they used to put on the vehicles when they sold them, so that it looks original and is a nice touch as well,” said David. The sixth generation marked several functional design changes and an expansion of the model line. In 1979, it was the last year that the 460 engine was available in a half-ton truck. Beginning with the F-100, this model has a shorter box and has an automatic transmission. The Ford F-150 most often has a longer bed, and has both automatic and manual transmission options. The drive type of the 1979 Ford F-150 can be either rear-wheel or four-wheel drive. The F-150 also has an engine size that begins at 3.3L and increases from there.


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“Ole” Erik Olaf Heie February 11, 2009 ~ July 10, 2021 Erik Olaf (Ole) Heie, precious and beloved son and brother, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, July 10, 2021 at the age of 12, while running on the trails at Miquelon Lake Provincial Park. Favourite teammate, dedicated training partner, faithful friend and honourable competitor, Ole’s joy and kindness will be remembered and dearly missed. Ole was born on February 11, 2009 in Edmonton, Alberta, early in the morning and incredibly happy, to Robert and Leigh Heie of Kingman, Alberta. An early riser from the very beginning, Ole’s infectious smile and pure joy lit up the world around him throughout his entire life. Ole was gifted in so many things and his accomplishments throughout his young life were immeasurable. He was extremely musical, where his talents extended to the ukulele, guitar, flute and piccolo. He was a proud and independent farm kid, exploring the family land with full imagination at every opportunity, working hard and beginning to learn the family business of farming. He was a conscientious student, studying in French-Immersion and the dream pupil of every teacher’s career. Ole also loved to write. He was a very talented and thoughtful writer and had one day hoped to write a book. Cross country skiing, biathlon, running, swimming, mountain biking and road cycling became important passions and talents that Ole chose to pursue, gaining endless skills and friendships along the way. A lifelong member of the Camrose Ski Club and Jr. Vikings, nothing made Ole smile bigger than heading down the trail chasing the ‘big kids’ at an after-school practice! A driven and dedicated athlete, Ole recently crushed some impressive goals – powered by gummies, of course – reaching 1,000 km in just the first 54 days of the last ski season, making national news with his one-day 100-km ski, and completing his first ultra marathon this spring. Whether he whizzed by, blond hair flowing, on his roller skis at Mirror Lake, down the dipsy-doodles, or at a race in the mountains, Ole’s adventurous passion and positive spirit was infectious to all who had the honour of sharing the trail. From classmates to fellow athletes to coaches, Olympians, Strava and Instagram buddies around the world, teachers to music instructors, Ole was comfortable being himself and making a connection with any person, regardless of their age. He had a natural way of creating energy that motivated those around him and a determination to wish others well. Although usually one of the first to finish any race, Ole was always the last one to return to the wax tent, for he always diligently cheered every last racer across the finish line. To Ole, sport wasn’t just racing, it was for seeing your friends, celebrating gains, encouraging each other and enjoying the moments. He shared his philosophy as a proud brand ambassador for the Salomon athletic company and enjoyed interacting with other enthusiasts and ambassadors from around the world. Ole was his sister Ava’s biggest fan, best friend, and loudest cheerleader. As they grew up together, Ava and Ole were inseparable, touching nearly every blade of grass on the family farm, finding fun and working hard side by side with their parents. Together, Ole and Ava were the architects of many family travel adventures, creating cherished memories around the globe. Almost every family trip was planned by the two siblings around something in which they were interested, including their latest trip to Greece. Ole, with his family, discovered Greece, Costa Rica, Cuba, the Canary Islands, Amsterdam, Madrid, California (in a camper van). They enjoyed camping, canoeing and loving the great outdoors as a family throughout Canada and the US and especially beautiful Manitoba. Ole loved exploring and his ambitious nature took the Heies to experience the most amazing places, often in the quiet of an early morning, while everyone was still sleeping. From Ole-initiated family rides around home to magical runs (every single run with Ole was magical) towards Ancient Olympia, each moment with Ole was a treasured gift for his proud parents. Each and every day, Ole worked and dreamed towards one day competing in the Olympics and becoming a fifth-generation farmer. He continues to be an inspiration to all who knew and loved him. Ole’s kind character and love for the outdoors will be greatly missed. As we all navigate the heartbreaking grief of his passing, we hope that you will find comfort with Ole’s spirit on the trail and by sharing some gummies and memories of Ole with friends. Left to cherish Ole’s memory are his best friend and sister Ava Heie; parents Robert and Leigh; grandparents Jean Heie of Camrose and Randy and Gwen Usick of Minnedosa, MB; honourary grandparents John and Linda Cummings of Wetaskiwin, AB; great baba Mary Usick of Minnedosa; great-grandfather Art Bayes of Brandon, MB; aunts and uncles Nolan Heie of Calgary, Randi (Corey) Haley of Spruce Grove, and Kim (Mike) Speiss of Neepawa, MB; cousins Theo, Harrison, Wiley and Bodhi; his fellow Jr. Vikings athletes and countless friends. He was predeceased by his paternal grandfather, Donald Heie. A celebration of Ole’s amazing life will take place on Wednesday, July 21, 2021 at 10:30 a.m. • The celebration will be outdoors – where Ole loved to be. • If you wish, you can bring a lawn chair or a blanket to sit on. • Please park at Camrose Regional Exhibition to catch the Park & Ride to the trail. Shuttles will depart between 9:00 and 10:30 a.m., courtesy of Battle River School Division. • Guests are encouraged to wear their favourite running clothes in honour of Ole and are invited to join the family for a short run/walk around the Ole Loop prior to returning to Camrose Regional Exhibition for a reception and slideshow. • In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Camrose Ski Club in memory of Ole. • For those unable to be present at the celebration, the program will be recorded and shared at a later time. To send condolences, please visit www.burgarfuneralhome.com.

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Wilfred William Puddicombe June 18, 1943 ~ July 10, 2021 On July 10, 2021, Wilfred William Puddicombe went to be with the LORD at the age of 78. Wilf was the first of five children born to Stanley and Florence in Camrose, Alberta, on June 18, 1943. The Code/Puddicombe family farm, located southeast of Ohaton, was the perfect place to grow and learn about farming. Together with his four siblings, Bessie, Ruth, George and Grace, days were spent doing chores including milking cows, field work and fixing and operating machinery. He graduated from Bawlf School in 1961, and Baptist Leadership Training School the next year. In April 1972, Wilf married Pauline Wrigglesworth. He eventually took over the farm from his dad, and there they raised their two boys Clayton and Alton. Wilf didn’t start out as a full-time farmer, he long-haul trucked for years and also was on a road construction crew.   The years held many memories of family gatherings at the farm including many weddings. Wilf always said the farm was everyone’s home.  He took so much pleasure in gathering with the family and he was always known to be the last to leave the parties. A man of strong faith, Wilf was highly committed to the First Baptist Church throughout his life.  He taught many years of Sunday school and raised his family to know the love and saving grace of Christ.  He was also well-known throughout Camrose and surrounding area as he was a social person often stopping in at businesses for coffee, a soda or a cup of popcorn.   His lighthearted laugh and his lack of worry were well-known traits.  Wilf always responded to people questioning the weather or farming breakdowns with “Why worry, there is nothing you can change about it.” His quiet patience is what many will remember. In his retirement years of his life Wilf transitioned the farm to his son Alton and family. Overall, he lived and worked the vast majority of his life on the family farm. In the fall of 2018, Wilf and Pauline moved into the city of Camrose. This new city life couldn’t take the farmer out of Wilf as he drove back to the farm many days to check in on things right up until the week before his passing. Even in the last years of struggling with his health, Wilf loved to get out driving and the new slower pace of life allowed for Sunday drives with Pauline exploring back roads and small towns. The pandemic had him driving around Camrose looking for anyone with which to have a window coffee chat. He loved his people! Wilf was predeceased by his parents, sister Ruth Keller, brotherin law Richard Feil and nephew Danny Feil. He is lovingly remembered by his wife Pauline, sons Clayton (Tamara) and Alton (Jessica), and his grandchildren Dalton, Owen, Mercedes, Bennett, Simon, Cade, and Abby, plus extended family and friends. A Funeral Service was held at 10:30 a.m., Saturday, July 17, 2021 from the Rose City Baptist Church, 6406 44b Ave with Rev. Dave Cawley officiating.  If family and friends so desire, memorial contributions in Wilfred’s memory may be made in lieu of flowers to the Camrose Food Bank, or The Gideons International in Canada. To send condolences, please visit www.burgarfuneralhome.com.

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Patricia Joan Tilbrook 1950 ~ 2021 Daughter of Russell and Joan Smith It is with broken hearts that we announce the passing of Patricia Joan Tilbrook (nee Smith). Pat passed away peacefully on the morning of Monday, July 5, 2021. A dedicated nurse for 40 years, Pat’s nursing career showed in her compassion and care for others. She always took care of people, unselfishly reaching out and helping others, always putting others before herself right up to the end of her life. A lover of dialogue and advice, Pat was a “talker” and loved to engage in good conversation with people. She had a smile that could be seen for miles and a laugh that could fill a room. Pat was an enormously proud wife, mother and grandmother, who cherished her two grandchildren dearly. She spent many years with Bruce, camping and exploring Canada in their trailer, going for drives to see new scenery, and walking. Pat was a true Smith, as she so enjoyed playing cards and games with her family. One of her favourite things was teaching her grandchildren new card games and watching them beat her! Pat was born on February 21, 1950. She is lovingly remembered by her husband of 49 years, Bruce; two daughters, Shauna (Dean) and Heather (Gord); two grandchildren, Noah and Makynna; her brother, Doug (Karen); her sister, Barb (Brian); and five nieces and nephews. Pat was deeply loved and will be dearly missed by her family and many friends. A Celebration of Life will be held on Sunday, July 25, 2021, at 2:00 p.m., at By-the-Lake Park Hall in Wetaskiwin. Donations can be made to the University of Alberta Hospital Foundation (ICU) Donor Office Rm. 1H1.91 WHC, 8440-112 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta  T6G 2B7 or the Canadian Cancer Society, #201, 9452-51 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta  T6E 5A6 Baker Funeral Chapel Wetaskiwin 780.352.2501 Or 888.752.2501 Condolences: www.womboldfuneralhomes.com

Anna de Leeuw Anna de Leeuw was born on September 10, 1929 in Oosterhaut, Holland and passed peacefully on Wednesday, July 14, 2021 at the age of 91 years. On April 17, 1952, Anna Mureau married Peter de Leeuw and they came to Canada and settled in Alberta. After several different adventures together they retired to Camrose. Anna was a person who always put others before herself. She loved to do needlepoint, crochet, puzzles, and in her later years, watching television. She enjoyed many visits from her family and having a cup of tea together while sharing her life lessons and stories. She truely enjoyed the many trips she made to Holland to visit friends and family. One of her fondest memories was the bus tour to the Maritimes with her sisters Joy and Cora. She enjoyed many road trips to British Columbia with her family. She will be fondly remembered as a loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and great-great-grandmother. Left to cherish her memory are her children Rita (Larry) Gross, Annie (Randy) Hagstrom, Ed (Sandra) de Leeuw, Greg (Bonnie) de Leeuw, Marla (Bob) Sandberg and Carla (Randy) Johnson; 14 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; nine great-greatgrandchildren; brother Koos Mureau; sister Reika Snoren and numerous nieces and nephews. Anna was predeceased by her husband Peter; parents Pierre and Maria Mureau; three brothers; six sisters; two sisters-in-law; seven brothers-in-law; grandchildren Lynda de Leeuw, Jacqui de Leeuw and great-grandson Matthew Molloy. A Funeral Mass will be held at 11:00 a.m., Wednesday, July 21, 2021 in St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church (3605 50 St, Camrose, AB T4V 5E6). Memorial donations may be made to the Alberta Cancer Foundation or to St. Mary’s Hospital Foundation-Palliative Care.

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Kenneth Michael Roth December 29, 1933 ~ July 13, 2021 Kenneth Michael Roth was born on December 29, 1933, in the Heisler area home of his parents, Bill and Mary Roth. He was born the oldest of eight children, seven boys and one girl. Ken, beloved husband, dad, grandpa and great-grandpa, passed away peacefully at Daysland Health Centre on July 13, 2021, at the age of 87 years. Ken grew up on the family farm and received his education in the one-room schools of the day, in the pasture playing baseball and on the frozen slough, playing hockey. He left school after grade 10 and began his working life as a farm hand for various farmers in the area. He also spent many years running equipment for the municipality, building and maintaining roads throughout Flagstaff County, but he was a farmer at heart. So, shortly after he and Christa were married, they purchased a farm in the Spring Lake area and spent the next 40-plus years building a home and a life together. Even after he retired to Daysland in 2005, Ken would spend nearly every day at the farm, always busy doing something. During his younger years, Ken was an avid sportsman, playing goalie for the local hockey team, and he spent many years playing and coaching baseball. When his grandchildren became involved in sports, he was sure to be there to cheer them on, and often was the chauffeur. He often said watching kids play hockey or baseball, or any sport, was better than any professional team that you can watch on TV. He will be lovingly remembered by his wife of 58 years, Christa; his daughter Judy (Bob) Hayes; sons Ken (Kathy) and Dan (Sonja); ten grandchildren Michael (Kim), Erica (Travis), Aaron (Sophia), Carley, Jordan, Jessica, Lindsey (Avery), Benjamin, Brian and Emily; and two great-grandchildren Stephenie and Victoria. Ken also leaves to mourn five brothers Roger, Stan (Cindy), Larry, Doug and Randy (Barb); brothers-in-law Al Hunt, John (Liz) Holt, Richard (Laurie) Holt, and Harold (Beatrice) Holt; sisters-in-law Linda A. Roth, Gail Roth and Edith Gehlert; and many more relatives and friends, who will forever hold his memories close to their hearts. Ken was predeceased by his parents Bill and Mary; his mother and father-in-law Leonard and Erna Holt; his brother Gordon and infant brother Joseph; his sister Sharon Biollo; his niece Jane Birkjar; sisters-in-law Irma Hunt, Truus Roth, and Linda L. Roth; and brothers-in-law Art Gehlert, John Biollo and Ron Clennin. A Funeral Service will be held at 11:00 a.m., Tuesday, July 20, 2021, from Our Lady of the Prairies Roman Catholic Church. Interment will take place in the Spring Lake Cemetery. If family and friends so desire, memorial donations may be made to Daysland Hospital Foundation, Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation, Edmonton Firefighter Burn Treatment Society, or the charity of one’s choice. To send condolences, please visit www.burgarfuneralhome.com.

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Linda Kovlaske-Moisley Surrounded by family, Linda KovlaskeMoisley of Round Hill, Alberta passed away on Monday, July 12, 2021. She is survived by her loving husband Frank; two sons John (Tammy) and Lee (Caulette); stepson Rob; grandchildren Tehya (Kevin), Aleena, Dwayne, Breanna (Laurier), Brittany, Harley and Ashley; and great-grandchildren McKenna, Linkin, McKenzie, and Zakk. She is also survived by her sisters-in-law Jean Teeple, Marg Mamo (Willy) and Cheryl Fotheringham; nieces and nephews Scott, Rob, Susan (Carl) and her children Sydney and Shelby. Linda was predeceased by her daughter Freda; sister Kathleen; brothers Donald and Ronald; and grandson Justin. Linda was born in Humboldt, Saskatchewan on January 9, 1947 to Kathleen and Albert Nordick (deceased), the second oldest child in a family of nine: Wilfred and Mina (Saskatoon), Brian and Stella Nordick (Saskatoon), Wes and Brenda Koenders (Englefeld), Christine Brown (Regina), and Albert and Heather Nordick (Saskatoon). Linda spent time in many parts of western Canada, but was well known for being the first woman to run a cut-off saw at Doman’s Sawmill in Ladysmith, BC for 20 years. She moved to Ft. McMurray, where she met and eventually married her soulmate and best friend, Frank. In Ft. McMurray, she drove bus for Diversified for eight years until she retired. Frank and Linda decided Round Hill would be their retirement home, and started building and eventually moved there in 2010. A person who always put others’ needs ahead of her own, Linda had an impact on many people. She was well known for her amazing culinary skills and her love of gardening, flowers, quilting, sewing, grandchildren, camping, fishing and generally living life to the fullest. She was always helping others and is well known for guiding many through a multiple of canning, cooking, sewing and baking scenarios. We are grateful that we have been blessed and lucky enough to call her our friend and family. She will be missed. A celebration of life took place at the Round Hill Community Centre on July 18, 2021. Donations in Linda’s name can be made to the Round Hill Renaissance Agriculture Foundation.

Keith Jerrard Schweer October 15, 1932 ~ July 9, 2021 Keith Jerrard Schweer of Camrose, Alberta, passed away on Friday, July 9, 2021 at the age of 88 years. Left to cherish his memory are his daughters Carol (Don) Martin of Sherwood Park, Judy (Gerald) Stayura of Daysland, Susan (Lawrence) Trachuk of Sherwood Park, Jane (Paul) Dewald of Camrose, and Faye (Mark) Yuha of Rosalind; 18 grandchildren; 27 great-grandchildren; sisters Joan East, Carolyn Schweer, and Ida (Murray) Langille; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Keith was predeceased by his wife Elsie; son Allan; and great-granddaughter Jenna Brodie. A Funeral Service was held at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, July 15, 2021 from CityLights Church (4920-48 Street, Camrose) with Rev. Deborah Ann Taylor officiating. Inurnment has taken place in the Melville Cemetery.  If family and friends so desire, memorial contributions in Keith’s memory may be made to Melville Cemetery (c/o Dennis Anderson, Box 72, Kelsey, AB T0B 2K0). To send condolences, please visit www.burgarfuneralhome.com.

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Doug Schwartz Doug Schwartz of Camrose, Alberta was born on July 2, 1943, in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. He passed away on July 15, 2021, at the age of 78 years. He is survived by his wife Shirley; children Kevin (Sandra), Cam (Cindi), Cory (Sharon) and Kim (Greg) Cooper; 12 grandchildren Jordan (Sara), Carley, Zackary, Jonah (Maddie), Jacob, Allyson (David), Makayla, Amittai, Evan, Kaelyn, Sunny and Kasia; one great-granddaughter Piper; six siblings; and numerous family and friends. Doug was predeceased by his parents Christian and Elizabeth Schwartz; and one brother John Lyall Schwartz. A funeral service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, July 24, 2021 at Century Meadows Baptist Church in Camrose with Rev. Kevin Schwartz officiating. Interment will take place at the Camrose Valleyview Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to the Alberta Cancer Foundation or to the Samaritan’s Purse.


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Helpful Tips for Writing Classified Ads Which Get Results! Be Thorough

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

Steer Clear of Abbreviations

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

Be Honest

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

State Your Price

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

Be Accessible

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

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

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. J.D.’s SMALL ENGINE REPAIR, SALES & SERVICE – Ph. 780-672-7649. 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

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

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PERSONAL LOST THAT LOVING FEELING? Find it with a personal ad in The Camrose Booster classifieds. Ph. 780-672-3142. SENIOR LADY – would like to meet a nice gentleman around 75 years. 780-678-3675.

TO GIVE AWAY FREE TO A GOOD HOME – light grey 13 week old special kitten. Call or text 780-781-1748. FRIENDLY FARM KITTENS – 12 weeks old. Pics available. Call/text 780-226-5415.

CORE CARPENTRY – Decks, Pergolas, Fences, Windows and Doors, Garages, Renovations, Handiman and Maintnance Services. One year warranty on work. Call 780281-0962. Red Seal Journeyman Carpenter. See us on Facebook at corecarpentryinc LaCRIA TRUCKING Potable Water Hauling Residential, Commercial, Oilfield Gerald and Marla Steinwand, Owners PHONE 780-679-9134 JUNK TO THE DUMP – Free estimates. Garages, Basements, Yards, Light hauling. Tom – 780-678-1847.

FOR RENT FOR RENT ADS NOW UPLOADED TO The Camrose Booster Website DAILY!

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 486850 Street. Nicely decorated, air conditioned. $13.92/sq. ft./year, plus share of property taxes, utilities, waste removal and insurance, boils out to $2,648.53 all-in monthly. Available immediately. Call Blain or Don at 780-672-3142, the fairest, most reasonable people in the business. 2-BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE – Spacious and bright, newer building. Located close to downtown amenities, walking paths. Private balcony, perfect for BBQ. 5 appliances including laundry and dishwasher. Surround yourself with quiet, courteous neighbours in a friendly, clean neighbourhood. Local owner managed, lawn mowing and snow removal provided. No children, no smoking, no pets. $1000/month, $800 D.D. Phone 780-679-7090. BEST LOCATION ON MAIN STREET CAMROSE – Excellent, affordable multi-use space with reception area, office, work area with cupboards and sink. $725/mo. includes all utilities. COVID workable. Could be the perfect place for your business. Have a look! Immediate possession. 780-679-2170. TWO-BEDROOM SUITE – beautifully updated, spacious and bright in a fourplex apartment. Central Camrose location, close to Mirror Lake, Augustana University. Clean, quiet, non-smoking building. No children, no pets. Locally owned and managed. Snow shovelling and lawn mowing provided. $950/ mo. rent includes heat and water. Phone 780-679-7090. 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 $495 - $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. 5210-56 STREET APARTMENTS – 3-bedroom $1050, 2-bedroom $900, 1-bedroom $775. Water, heat, basic cable included. No partiers, no smokers. Call 587-557-9142. APARTMENT NEAR AUGUSTANA – and downtown. 2 bedrooms, 1 bath. Fridge, stove, water, heat included. One powered parking space. Free laundry. One year lease. No pets, no smoking. 780-672-9531.

2-BEDROOM APARTMENT – In excellent condition! Perfect for seniors. The suite has stove, fridge, dishwasher, washer and dryer, blinds and one parking stall. Heat, water, garbage pick up, Telus TV and internet included. Building has an elevator and social room. No smoking building. Call 780-678-2621 for more info or to set up a viewing. BRIGHT TWO-ROOM OFFICE SUITE in downtown Camrose. Main floor, no steps, large floorto-ceiling front window. Lots of parking, energized staff parking. 269 sq. ft. total area for $544.90 + GST/mo., all-in. Immediate occupancy. Call Blain Fowler or Don Hutchinson 780-672-3142 days, two of the fairest, most reasonable fellows in the business! STORAGE SPACE – in Downtown Camrose. Secure, clean, dry, heated storage space on main floor in office building. Easy access. 124 sq. ft. $200/mo. Also 77 sq. ft. for $125/mo. Available immediately. Call Blain or Don at 780-672-3142, the fairest, most reasonable people in the business.

CHOOSE YOUR NEW OFFICE Selection of very nice street level offices in newer building in Downtown Camrose * Offices from 100-794 sq. ft. at prices to suit your budget * Building is almost entirely renovated and freshly repainted * Quiet, considerate neighbours * Easy access * Lots of parking for customers * Energized parking for tenants * Immediate occupancy Call Blain Fowler or Don Hutchinson, 780-672-3142 days, the fairest, most reasonable fellows in the business! OFFICE SPACE Bright second floor office overlooking Main Street Camrose. Generous 180 sq. ft. Quiet, considerate neighbours. $284.10 + GST monthly all inclusive, except communications. Call Blain Fowler or Don Hutchinson 780-672-3142 days, two of the fairest, most reasonable fellows in the business!

Aspen Terrace 4920-66 Street 780-851-2723 SUMMER SPECIAL ON NOW! • Suites include fridge, stove, in-suite washer and dryer • We pay heat, water, parking • Small dogs and cats welcome • Close to SAVE ON FOODS 2-bdrm. suites available Call for Details

2-BEDROOM EXECUTIVE SUITE – 5 appliances. Quiet neighbourhood, quiet building. No pets, no partiers, no smoking. 780-608-3131.

DOWNTOWN OFFICE SPACE Second floor space with elevator access * 600 sq. ft. consisting of reception area, 2 offices overlooking main street and lunch area. $850/mo. including utilities. Now available. * 150 sq. ft. single office. $200/mo. including utilities. Call Corey at 780-679-3555

APARTMENT SUITES – Large one and two-bedrooms at 4907-54 Street. In quiet building close to senior centre and community bus stop. Available now. No pets or smoking. Call 780672-3281 or 780-672-5369.

MAIN FLOOR OF HOUSE – Available August 1, near University. Completely furnished, two-bedroom, office, five appliances, single garage. Mature adults only. No pets, no smoking. $1400/month includes all utilities. Call 780-455-4983 or email berako@telus.net. ESPECIALLY NICE OFFICE SUITE Generous 794 sq. ft. suite, suitable for two, three or more staff. Includes two private offices. Located in Downtown Camrose. Main floor, easily accessible, bright, quiet. $1,546.32/mo. Call Blain Fowler or Don Hutchinson, 780-672-3142 days, two of the fairest, most reasonable fellows in the business.

SHORELINE APARTMENTS – Two-bedrooms, 4828-54 Street. Five minute walk to downtown and two minutes to walking trails. No smoking, no pets. 780-621-8495.

1700 SQ. FT. HOUSE 20 minutes SW of Camrose. Double lot, double garage, RV parking, two large decks. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, seven appliances. $950/mo. + utilities + DD. 780-608-5579, 780-908-9942. QUIET TWO-BEDROOM APARTMENT SUITE – Available August 1. For more info, contact 780-608-3820.

HOUSEHOLD STIFFEL LAMP – like new, 27” high, brushed gold with pleated light shade. $99. 780672-3940. WINE MAKING EQUIPMENT – worth $400. Includes electronic filter system and 52-bottle wine rack. Complete start up. $100. 780-672-1230.

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CLASSIFIED ADS (Continued) LIVESTOCK / FEED / AG BULLS FOR SALE – Purebred Black and Red Angus. Call 780-986-9088.

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

Qualified Motorcycle Technician required for full time, immediate employment. Working in a clean, well-equipped shop, you will be counted on for repair of bikes, ATVs and snowmobiles. You will be supported with a terrific parts team and the best brands in the industry. Apply with resumé in person or by email to curtis@ camrosemotorsports.ca

REAL ESTATE RETIRE WITH CASH IN THE BANK – 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, master suite with jacuzzi tub. Main floor bedroom within 14 steps to bathroom. New shingles, 2-car heated garage with storage and wood working space. Parking in front for motorhome or boat. Large fenced back yard with raised garden beds and apple trees. $95,000. 306419-4400, Nokomis, SK.

MISCELLANEOUS TWO-WHEEL SCOOTER – new batteries. $1800 obo. 780672-1503.

GARAGE SALES 6506-54 AVENUE – BACK ALLEY. Friday, July 23, 3-6 p.m. Lots of cheap stuff!

AUTO DADS – LOOKING FOR A CAR WITHOUT A BACK SEAT? Count on our classifieds. We match up buyers and sellers. Phone the Camrose Booster, 780-672-3142.

BOATS, RVS and CAMPERS LOVE CAMPING, BUT TIRED OF SHOVELLING SNOW OFF THE AWNING IN MAY? Say goodbye to your Gulfstream! Move it fast with a Camrose Booster classified. Phone 780-672-3142. SELLING YOUR SEAWORTHY BOAT? Make a splash with an ad in the Booster classifieds! 780-672-3142.

Harrison placed second By Murray Green

Riley Fleming of Calgary and Andrew Harrison battled for several days in the Alberta Open championship at the Wolf Creek Golf Resort near Ponoka. Fleming posted rounds of 65-67-69 for a 54-hole total of 201, six strokes ahead of Camrose golfer Andrew Harrison, who had rounds of 68-69-70 for a total of 207. Michael Harrison of Camrose, Andrew’s brother, tied for 19th at 70-75-74 for a score of 219.

Class 1 Drivers Required Ross Agri has immediate openings for class 1 drivers pulling super Bs. Monday-Friday work, occasional overnights required. Combination of standard and automatic equipment. Preference given to candidates with 3 years’ experience. Clean abstract and first aid required. Send resumé to: dispatch@rossagri.ca

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Earnshaw memorial located at museum By Murray Green

Camrose will be honouring RCAF flying officer Ken Earnshaw with a memorial project at the Camrose and District Centennial Museum. “We encountered location roadblocks, which forced us to delay our planned May 2020 unveiling. We are determined to see this through. Earnshaw was not only a hero, he was a role model,” said Neil Leeson, of the Camrose and Area Men’s Shed organization that is spearheading the project. “Since then, we encountered many more roadblocks, not the least of which was COVID-19. Recently, we have been given permission to erect our monument at museum grounds, specifically directly in front of the Likeness School, which was relocated from south of Ohaton to the museum in 1966, and was the start of Earnshaw’s education journey prior to high school in Camrose and teacher’s certificate at Edmonton Normal School in 1939. We know what Ken achieved. We want everyone to appreciate his exceptional history,” added Leeson. “Thanks to a generous donation by a Camrose County resident, we recently acquired a huge rock, which will be erected at the museum with assistance by the City of Camrose. When erected upright, it will stand nearly eight feet above ground and closely resemble the iconic pyramidal Matterhorn Mountain of the Swiss Alps. We believe it will serve a lasting and fitting tribute to Ken’s valour, and we will spend this summer and fall preparing it. He could have gone back to Canada because he was done his tour, but when he was asked to help in a secret mission, he readily accepted. It is worth the

roadblocks for us to honour him.” The new target for unveiling is Tuesday, May 17, 2022 (79th anniversary of the RAF Dambusters Raid of May 16 and 17, 1943). Kenneth Earnshaw was born in Bridlington, Yorkshire, England on June 23, 1918, the son of Joseph George Earnshaw and Janet Hannah Green. The Earnshaw family moved to Canada in 1919, and settled in the Thirlmere district, northeast of Ohaton. Joseph and Hannah Earnshaw were farmers, and Ken, along with his sister Nora, grew up in the rural community. Ken attended public school at Green Grove, a rural Alberta school, and high school in Camrose. During 1938 and 1939, he enrolled in Edmonton Normal School, where he obtained his teaching certificate. From Sept. 1, 1939 until June 30, 1941, Ken taught at Whitebrush School near Bashaw. Mary Gladys Heather and Ken Earnshaw were

DEADLINE FOR PAYMENT OF 2021 COUNTY PROPERTY TAXES IS JULY 31, 2021 (As the deadline falls on a weekend, payments will be accepted until 4:30 p.m., Tuesday, August 3, 2021) A 2% PENALTY WILL THEN BE ADDED TO ALL OUTSTANDING CURRENT TAXES ON AUGUST 4, 2021 A FURTHER 10% PENALTY WILL BE ADDED ON CURRENT TAXES NOVEMBER 1, 2021 TAX PAYMENTS CAN BE MADE AT THE COUNTY OFFICE 3755-43 AVENUE, CAMROSE, ALBERTA T4V 3S8 OR ONLINE OR AT ANY FINANCIAL INSTITUTION (ON OR BEFORE DEADLINE) AFTER HOURS/WEEKENDS PAYMENTS (CHEQUES ONLY) CAN BE PLACED IN MAILBOX AT COUNTY OFFICE FRONT DOOR OR CHEQUES RECEIVED POST-MARKED BY JULY 31, 2021 Camrose County offers a Pre-Authorized Monthly Payment Plan for taxes. The deadline to apply is June 30 each year. However, you can start January 1 for next year. If you wish to start in January, your application must be received before December 15, 2021. Application forms and further information can be obtained by contacting our office at 780-672-4446 or from our County website: www.county.camrose.ab.ca Paul King County Administrator

married in Regina on Nov. 7, 1941, while Ken was undergoing RCAF air observer training. Earnshaw had participated in 30 combat operations as a navigator prior to joining #617 Squadron on April 29, 1943. During the early morning hours of May 17, 1943, Lancaster ED 925, while participating in the Dambusters raid on the Mohne Dam, was set on fire and crashed about

three miles southwest of Soest, Germany. Bomb aimer F/Sgt J.W. Fraser, and rear gunner P/O A.F. Burcher DFM both survived the crash, and were taken prisoners of war. The highly successful raid on the Mohne Dam claimed Earnshaw’s life. He was 24 years old. He is interred at the Rheinberg War Cemetery in Germany.

Submitted The Ken Earnshaw Memorial Project is continuing at the Camrose and District Centennial Museum. Men’s Shed members gather around a Memorial Rock delivered by the City of Camrose. The proposed location is in front of Likeness School (to be approved for excavation by Alberta One Call). Memorial Rock was donated by Leon Marek of Camrose County.


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Assistant Supervisor /Head Chef Working in the Dining Hall located in Camrose at Augustana Campus of the University of Alberta, the Assistant Supervisor provides leadership and direction in the operation of the Food Services department. This is a regular, full time position. The successful candidate will have Red Seal Certification and 12-18 months of experience in the food services industry with supervisory experience. We are looking for a Team orientated, reliable, and organized self starter. How to Apply Interested applicants may submit a cover letter, resume and 3 references online at University of Alberta Careers: https://apptrkr.com/2363504 Competition No. S105645490 The University of Alberta hires on the basis of merit. We are committed to the principle of equity in employment. We welcome diversity and encourage applications from all qualified women and men, including persons with disabilities, members of visible minorities, and Aboriginal persons.

NOW HIRING FOR FALL RE-OPENING!

BIRTHS BUSINESS KEEPS BUILDING To Amanda Arrowsmith and Brian McDonAT HAUSER HOME HARDWARE ald, of Camrose, a daughWE’RE HIRING!

ter on July 10. To Lesley and Steven Hansen, of Camrose, a son on July 13.

DEATHS Keith Jerrard Schweer, Delivery Truck Driver We’ve expanded our delivery fleet. We need an experienced delivery driver, minimum Class 3. Air certification desirable. Capable of heavy lifting and excellence in customer service is a must. If you have at least 3 years’ driving history and a clean driver abstract, you may be right for us and us for you.

Cashiers Full- and part-time – We need sharp-minded, warm and friendly team members to greet our customers and help them conclude their transactions. We take all COVID-19 precautions seriously, are highly safety-conscious and offer attractive benefits package.

Benefits of working at Hauser Home Hardware Building Centre • an exciting retail work environment • competitive wages • opportunities for advancement • opportunity to learn about the thousands of products Home carries

• a clean, safe working environment • opportunity to help customers live better lives • company benefits • staff discount

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

Missed Delivery Policy If you do not receive your copy of The Booster or pre-printed inserts, please report this to us by calling 780-672-3142. We will promptly re-deliver these to city households. Note that we do not have access to certain apartment buildings. In these cases, we ask you to contact your apartment manager to request delivery. Rural readers are asked to report missed deliveries and we will consult with your postmaster to ensure future deliveries. Thank you for being a loyal reader of… 780-672-3142 ads@camrosebooster.com 4925-48 St., Camrose AB T4V 1L7

of Camrose, on July 9, at 88 years of age. Erik Olaf (Ole) Heie, of Camrose, on July 10, at 12 years of age. Wilfred William Puddicombe, of Camrose, on July 10, at 78 years of age. Linda Kovlaske-Moisley, of Round Hill, on July 12, at 74 years of age. Kenneth Michael Roth, of Daysland, formerly of Spring Lake, on July 13, at 87 years of age. Anna de Leeuw, of Camrose, on July 14, at 91 years of age. Doug Schwartz, of Camrose, on July 15, at 78 years of age. Beatrice Myer, of Camrose, at 88 years of age. Lucy May Luz, of Camrose, on July 15, at 85 years of age.

Walk-in clinic open By Murray Green

Alberta Health Services is offering a no appointment service to receive your first dose of vaccine. Albertans can receive their first dose of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine without an appointment at the Camrose Assessment Centre, 5510-46 Avenue. The clinic will be held every Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Due to a larger supply of the Moderna vaccine product currently available, eligible Albertans

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• strong work ethic weekly publication • team mindset • design brochures, business stationery • good time-management skills and a variety of promotional pieces • reliable and punctual • develop and maintain websites • positive attitude • assist in other tasks as required • able to multi-task, ability to (filing, etc.) work in a deadline-driven • in-house position environment • technologically savvy Qualifications • eye for detail • minimum Grade 12 • creative design skills, artistic eye • competency in typing This is a permanent • proficiency in the use of the English position which language, including: spelling, includes extended grammar and punctuation health benefits. • generally knowledgeable on Please apply with computers, preferably Mac resumé to: • knowledge of programming languages Pat Horton (HTML, Javascript, CSS) preferred • experience with Google Admin, Camrose Booster Ltd. Adobe Creative Suite or Affinity design 4925-48 St., programs Camrose, AB T4V 1L7 • helpful to have familiarity with email: printing standards ads@camrosebooster.com

18 years and older will be immunized with the Moderna vaccine at this site. Alberta Health Services encourages eligible Albertans to protect themselves and others by being vaccinated as soon as possible. Bring your Alberta Health Care card if you

have one, along with photo ID. You will be required to wear a face mask and use hand sanitizer when visiting the site for your immunization. Second doses are not available at this walk-in clinic.


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Camrose housing sales remain strong By Murray Green

The housing sales in Camrose have remained relatively strong this spring and summer. “It appears that the increased boom of activity we saw in the first quarter has not slowed down. There were 111 reported MLS sales in the City of Camrose in 2021 quarter two, which is the best second quarter we have seen since 2016, which reported 113 sales. The average sale price is up, the median sale price is up, and the average days on market is down. The local residential market remains active and with strong demand and low interest rates, this trend is sure to continue in

the short term. In addition, the lifting of most health restrictions should help to further stimulate the local economy as most businesses are finally returning to their pre-pandemic business operations,” said Jacobus Slabbert, of the Camrose office of HarrisonBowker Valuation Group. In the second quarter, the average sale price in 2021 was $326,283, up 6.83 per cent from last quarter. The rolling 12-month average increased by 2.61 per cent. The median sale price was $298,000 which is up 3.65 per cent from last quarter, but up 8.36 per cent compared to the same time last year. The

rolling 12-month median increased by 2.05 per cent. There were 111 residential sales in the City of Camrose in quarter two, which is two more sales than what was recorded in the first quarter, but 14 sales more than 2020 in the same time period. There were 25 sales of more than $400,000 in the second quarter, which matched last quarter. “To put this in perspective, in the first six months of 2021, we have had 50 sales over $400,000, which surpasses the 39 sales reported in all of 2020.” The average days on market were 78, 25 days down from last quarter.

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Some people wake up feeling like a million bucks. I wake up feeling like insufficient funds. Dating after 40 is like trying to find the least damaged thing at a thrift store that doesn’t smell. What’s the hardest thing to learn when riding a bike? The pavement. This chef on TV just said, “Where there’s fat, there’s flavour.” I know he was talking about food, but I still took it as a compliment. If a drummer comes out of retirement, will there be repercussions? My wife asked if I could clear the kitchen table. I had to get a running start, but I made it! I just did a week’s worth of cardio after walking into a spiderweb. What do you call a snobbish criminal going downstairs? A condescending con descending! All the baby books tell you that infants need to eat every two to three hours, but they fail to mention that this continues until the child moves out of the house. Nobody has any idea what you’re supposed to do in a gazebo, yet we keep right on building them and walking around like we know. Tonight’s Lotto Max jackpot is a full tank of unleaded gas and one sheet of 3/4” plywood. Some people believe that if you press on the gas pedal and the brake pedal of your car at the same time, you take a screenshot of the dashboard. My family says I talk in my sleep, but nobody at work has ever mentioned it. If we can make one person smile, pee their pants a little or, even better, spit out their drink, the job of Booster Banter is complete for the week!

By Lori Larsen

Enjoy life in the country approximately 10 minutes from the conveniences of the City with this 33-acre property located just south of Camrose on Highway 21. The five-bedroom home has plenty of room for a growing family that wants to enjoy the peace of country living where the children grow up roaming around wide open spaces and can attend the highly rated K-12 New Norway School. The upper floor has had many renovations. Warm vinyl plank flooring smoothly transitions from the dining area to the kitchen where stunning quartz counter tops, stainless steel appliances and cherry-coloured cabinets set the stage for entertaining. A cozy wood stove in the dining/sitting area is perfect for enjoying at dinner. Double french doors lead off the kitchen to a sunken living room that is highlighted by vaulted ceilings, skylights, large windows and a stone front gas fireplace. Patio doors lead out of the living room onto the private patio area.

Sascha Dressler A spacious laundry/mud room is conveniently located off the kitchen. A large master suite with unbelievable four-piece en suite give home owners a peaceful place to retreat at the end of the day. Three more bedrooms and a three-piece main bathroom complete the main living floor. The finished basement offers a perfect place to have family gatherings, with a large rec room complete with a bar and an adjoining area that could easily house a pool table. A good-sized bedroom and three-piece bathroom could be an older child’s own private space. A large detached garage with an attached 24’ x 24’ shop means plenty of room for vehicles and the space to do your own repairs. This incredible acreage, located at 45247 Highway 21, with pavement all the way is close enough to City amenities to be convenient, but far enough away to provide serenity. It is priced at $475,000. For a personal viewing, contact Sascha Dressler at:

Central Agencies Realty 4870-51 Street, Camrose 780-672-4495 or 780-781-8242 Cell


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CENTRAL AGENCIES REALTY

The Central Agencies Realty Team is eager to go to work for you! We’ve been matching buyers with sellers, with integrity, since 1963. Graham Wideman, 780-679-8384; Matt Banack, 780-608-9733; Matthew Mayer, 780-781-7088; Lyndsey Delwo, 780-678-6117; Al-Karim (Al) Mohamed, 587-322-5511; Sascha Dressler, 780-781-8242; Wally Wrubleski, 780-781-7323.

#100, 4870-51 Street, Camrose ~ 780-672-4495

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Open House

CAMROSE HOMES

Sat., July 24, 12-2 pm 3908-49 Street

SOLD

NEW ZERO STEP DESIGN! Awesome views, beautiful 1319 sq. ft. bungalow. Dev. bsmt. Superb garage! Asking $519,900 A1031243

MULTI-FAMILY

WOW! GORGEOUS WALKOUT BUNGALOW, AWESOME 34’x30’ GARAGE, OVERLOOKING LAKE … Absolutely perfect! Custom quality build. Awesome deck/patio, maintenance-free yard. Views, lifestyle, it’s perfect! Asking $949,000 A1109558

AMAZING WALKOUT BUNGALOW OVERLOOKING LAKE IN VALLEYVIEW! Exc. quality, craftsmanship. Gorgeous plan, open staircase, superb kitchen, amazing master suite, awesome bsmt., / entertainment area + more! You’ll love it! Now only $739,000 A1080211

BEAUTIFUL VALLEYVIEW DUPLEX – Both sides available! Great floor plan. 3 bdrm., 3 baths, cozy FP. By parks, valley walking trails. Asking $505,000 A1089197

RESIDENTIAL LOTS HUSTLE PARK ... by huge playground and west end amenities! •  18 cul-de-sac lots, start from $114,290 SOUTHWEST MEADOWS ... by parks, playground and West End amenities! •  11 large cul-de-sac lots, from $139,425 Call now for more information!

NEW LISTIN

DOWNTOWN CAMROSE … 54’10” x 235’ lot zoned R3. Comes with 40’x32’ heated garage. (2009) Asking $220,000 A1128477

RECREATIONAL/ACREAGE

SOLD

TERRIFIC VALLEYVIEW BUNGALOW … Paved, gated RV space. 4 bdrm., 3 baths. Open concept layout w/really amazing bsmt. design! Asking $444,900 A1104940

PARADISE AT RED DEER LAKE – 2010 built fully fin. 1320 sq. ft. bungalow on 2 lots (1 acre) 24’x34’ htd. garage, 2-tiered deck, a/c + more. Enjoy nature by the water side! Asking $535,000 A1098985

MULTI-FAMILY LOTS

EXC. BUSINESS/INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY, ZONED M1 … 10,000 sq. ft. + 2nd floor mezzanine, offices. Three titled bays, 14’x16’ doors. Easy customer access. Call now! Asking $1,149,000 A1107557

WOW! AWESOME BUSINESS LOCATION! Prime location, high visibility. Ideal for professional services. Natural lighting! Easy customer access. A great place for your business! Asking $229,500 A1065008

EXCEPTIONAL 2572 SQ. FT. HOME 7+/– acres right on pavement, w/multiple outbuildings! Asking $690,000 A1075552

3.01 ACRES CLEARED IN BIG HAY LAKES DRAINAGE DISTRICT Gas and power adjacent to property. Asking $124,900 A1097125 8 MINUTES FROM BEAUMONT … 59 +/– acres to build your dream home! ! Listing A1125450 Asking $329,000 N EW

QUICK POSS

OVERLOOKING JUBILEE PARK Top floor 2-bdrm., 2 bath condo. Asking $299,900 A1104476

40’x60’ QUALITY BUILT SHOP on 1.36 acres in Camrose. Asking $585,000 A1113895 Millang Industrial Park … 4.13 Acres ready to build on! Listing !A1125318 Asking $520,000 N EW Millang Industrial Park … 6.05 ! acres! Asking $749,000 N EW Listing A1125445

Beautiful Walkout Bungalows by Battle River Homes SOLD

Lake views !

WALKOUT LAKE ESTATES! • 1248 sq. ft. • Superb deck, patio • Dev. bsmt. • Landscaped Asking $528,162 A1032894

Lakeside walkouts available!

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SOLD NEW PR ICE!

BEAUTIFUL 3-BDRM. TOWNHOUSE CONDO – by parks and schools! Exc. design! Vaulted ceilings, bright windows, private entrance. Awesome lifestyle, call now! Now only $172,900 A1097341

CUTE 3-BDRM. … 3 level split w/extra garage space in college area. Welcome home! Asking $242,900 A1108559

SOLD

MODERN BUNGALOW DUPLEX … close to west end amentities. 3-bdrm. en suite, a/c. Fenced yard, single garage. Asking $284,500 A1118964

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4-BDRM. BI-LEVEL … at the edge of town with view of open field. Asking $234,000 A1126888

THIS COULD BE THE ONE! 1357 sq. ft., 2 bdrm., 1.5 storey w/24’x22’ htd. garage. Asking $159,000 A1113023

SOLD POSSESSIO

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IATE OR INVESTMENT HOME! GREAT STARTER IMMED Easy walk to University, walking trails. Cozy 988 sq. ft., 2+2 bdrm. bungalow. Private yard, 24’x20’ garage + more! Asking $232,500 A1095248

NEW LISTIN

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2-BDRM. DUPLEX … would be great for first time home buyer! Needs some TLC. Asking $149,000 A1126899

SOLNDEW PRICE!

CLOSE TO JACK STUART SCHOOL … reno’d kitchen, open MF living. 24’x26’ htd. garage. Asking $339,900 A1128618

QUIET MONTCALM AVENUE … 1288 sq. ft. Complete reno on MF. Check the extras! Asking $258,000 A1069583

OUT OF TOWN

WOW! COZY AND CUTE! I can be your new home with minor changes. Awesome 50’x140’ lot. 16’x24’ heated garage. A great place to call home! Asking $229,500 A1064980

NEW LISTIN

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3-BDRM. DUPLEX … would be great for first time home buyer! Needs some TLC. Asking $144,000 A1126896

FOR LEASE EDUCED !

R AFFORDABLE CONDO … 2 bdrm., NEWER reno’d, convenient location! Steps away from golf course and west end amenties. Asking $129,000 A1101707

NEW PR ICE!

EXC. MOVE-IN READY HOME IN FERINTOSH! 2+1 bdrm. 1625 sq. ft., gas FP, MF laundry. 2 lge. decks, dble. garage, RV parking, all on lge. dble. lot. Quiet lifestyle 20 min. from Camrose. Asking $169,900 A1082297 NEW NORWAY LOT – 65’ wide lot at the edge of town in Spartan Estates! Asking $50,000 A1122563

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LITTLE BEAVER LAKE ESTATES Enjoy the cottage life in peace and quiet. All contents included so you can move right in and make yourself at home. Asking $225,000 A1123691

HUGE HOME IN MEETING CREEK 1920 sq. ft. bungalow – needs attention but great potential! Asking $129,900 A1075286

BITTERN LAKE … Affordable living. 3-bdrm., 1-bath mobile (1993) on its own lot w/oversized deck. Asking $99,999 A1098575 DAYSLAND LOT– Serviced lot across from ball diamonds! Asking $29,000 A1123876

GEMINI CENTRE, TURN KEY – 2104 sq. ft. FURNISHED! Board room, bull pen, 6 offices, reception. EXCEPTIONAL VIEWS! Only $16/sq. ft. + common A1044102

DAYSLAND – Gorgeous 2096 sq. ft., 3+2bdrm. home! Amazing open design. Beautiful curved staircase, conservatory/music room, awesome gourmet kitchen, superb master, exc. bsmt. dev. Quality, lifestyle, you’ll love it! Asking $379,900 A1088745

BUSINESS EXC. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY! Growing residential/commercial cleaning business. Call now!

FARMS

DAYSLAND LOT – Oversized 75’x100’ lot! Asking $35,000 A1121938

GREAT OPPORTUNITY for intensive farming operation, or someone who needs lots of indoor and outdoor storage space, on hwy! Asking $550,000 A1075322

160 ACRE PROPERTY east of Camrose Asking $650,000 CA0184968

102.82 ACRES CLOSE TO MIQUELON LAKE With power andOgas, S LD on pavement. Asking $389,000 A1108032

R EDUCED !

SOLD

NEW NORWAY Fully finished newer 4-bdrm. bi-level. Asking $269,000 A1080911

A couple more terrific family properties conscientiously designed and carefully built by

PERFECT HOBBY FARM … 40 acres with all services on Miquelon Lakes. Only 3/4 mile off pavement! Asking $419,000 A1095210

OPEN HOUSE

Sat., July 24, 12-2 pm 3908-49 Street

EXCEPTIONAL 2572 SQ. FT. HOME 19.99+/– acres right on pavement, w/multiple outbuildings! Asking $1,140,000 A1075576 142 +/– ACRES EAST OF CAMROSE and one km north on Range Road 180. Asking $454,900 A1096135

NEW ADULT COMMUNITY ZERO STEPS! ONLY ONE NON-BASEMENT HOME LEFT!

NEW ZERO-STEP DESIGN Awesome views! Beautiful 1319 sq. ft. bungalow! Full bsmt., superb garage! Asking $519,900 A1031243

SOLD Walkout – Lake Estates! • 1248 sq. ft. • 26’x20.5’ garage Asking $532,162 A1032901

BEAUTIFUL VALLEYVIEW DUPLEX – Both sides available! Great floor plan. 3 bdrm., 3 baths, cozy FP. By parks, valley walking trails. Asking $252,500 A1089160

NEW Price

Awesome Community ~ Park ~ ~ Lake, Trails ~ ~ Quality ~ ~ Craftsmanship ~ ~ Finished w/elegance ~

ESSION !

FULLY FIN. BI-LEVEL … on Erickson Drive, backing a green space. 4 bdrm., 2 baths. Single garage, close to Jack Stuart School. Asking $258,500 A1101768

CENTURY MEADOWS – Impressive 4-bdrm. home with massive yard. Asking $429,900 A1093500

2.5 ACRES ZONED R3 AND MULTI-FAMILY ... Exceptional west end location. Call now!

2-BDRM. CONDO W/GARAGE! By schools, city centre! Vaulted ceilings, hardwood flooring. Private entrance. Great investment or starter! Asking $174,900 A1106356

UPDATED 1416 SQ. FT. BUNGALOW on oversized lot close to Mirror Lake! Asking $309,900 A1069302

TERRIFIC 5-BDRM. HOME … backing onto park, playground space! Eat-in kitchen, spacious LR, FR. Room for everyone! Asking $359,900 A1111745

NEW Listing

SOUTH VIEW LOT IN SPARTAN ESTATES! Asking $50,000 CA0183063

BEAUTIFUL VALLEYVIEW DUPLEX – Both sides available! Great floor plan. 3 bdrm., 3 baths, cozy FP. By parks, valley walking trails. Asking $252,500 A1089150

VINTAGE BUNGALOW IN AUGUSTANA AREA 5 bdrm. 1851 sq. ft., potential mother-in-law suite. 2 garages, close to amenities. Asking $259,000 A1096124

SOLD

SPACIOUS HOME with most of the updating already done. Fenced yard, large garage, extra parking. Asking $184,500 A1072113

TOWNHOME CONDO … End unit 3-bdrm. Close to schools, downtown core. Asking $178,000 A1102898

NEW LISTIN

COMMERCIAL AMAZING COUNTRY LIFESTYLE, ENERGY EFF. Asking $629,000 A1024270

SOLD

SOLD BEAUTIFUL BI-LEVEL, AWESOME YARD … Quality built, bright open design, vaulted ceilings. Exc. bsmt., htd. garage, RV parking, a/c + more! Just move in! Asking $377,500 A1102238

BEAUTIFUL CENTRE COURT CONDO … with attached garage! Close to walking trails, senior centre. Open design, vaulted ceilings. You’ll love the setting, lifestyle! Asking $254,900 A1116360

GRAND TRUNK LANDING Upgraded top floor condo. 2 bdrm., 2 baths. Underground parking, west facing balcony. Asking $314,500 A1108044

BEAUTIFUL FAMILY HOME, AWESOME CULDE-SAC LOCATION ~ CENTURY MEADOWS! WOW! It just sparkles! Spacious 1793 sq. ft. 5-bdrm. home. Exceptional property, awesome location. Be sure to view! Asking $369,900 A1116128

NEW PR ICE!

SPACIOUS 5-BDRM. BUNGALOW on 33 +/- acres only 10 min. from Camrose Asking $475,000 A1086617 3.01 ACRES CLEARED IN BIG HAY LAKES DRAINAGE DISTRICT Gas and power adjacent to property. Asking $124,900 A1097121 3.01 ACRES CLEARED IN BIG HAY LAKES DRAINAGE DISTRICT Gas and power adjacent to property. Asking $114,900 A1097112 GREAT FLEXIBLITY IN MAYERTHORPE Over 23 acres along Hwy 43 Asking $230,000 CA0168666

SOLD

BRIGHT AND SPACIOUS BUNGALOW HOME … Gated RV parking. 5-bdrms., country style eat in kitchen. Great area close to parks and west end shopping. Lovingly cared for with pride of ownership. Available for quick possession. Asking $335,900 A1111744

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CENTURY MEADOWS … Exc. family home, fully dev., a/c, underground sprinkler system, option for RV parking, htd. dble. garage, plus much more! Asking $395,000 A1126653

NEW ZERO STEP DESIGN! Non-bsmt., beautiful 1456 sq. ft. bungalow. Superb garage. Active community! Asking $484,420 A1031265

WOW! PERFECT HIDEAWAY, RED DEER LAKE! … Secluded log cabin with treed yard, amazing setting. 2 garages, organic gardens. A must see! Asking $497,000 A1103950

ACREAGES

SOLD

GREAT HOME, PERFECT LOCATION! … backing park, green space. Everything you need, 4 bdrm., 3 baths, great yard, htd. garage, a/c! Awesome maintenance free deck! Asking $414,900 A1105918

AN ABSOLUTE STUNNER – Top quality finished, granite, custom kitchen, Euroline windows, infloor heat everywhere! 1629 sq. ft. raised bungalow backing a park. Asking $724,500 A1098544

WALKOUT VILLAS overlooking Valleyview Lake, awesome views! Developed w/o bsmt. Superb upper deck and patio, landscaped. 23’x20’5 garage. Just move in! Asking $528,162 A1032894

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SOLD

TERRIFIC BUNGALOW HOME – bordering park space. 4 bdrm. plus den. MF laundry. Htd. garage, RV parking. Asking $409,900 A1092250

SOLD

NEW LISTIN

EXC. LIFESTYLE! …! Stunning fully fin. walkLISTING NEW out bungalow in Village at West Park. Features incl. beautiful kitchen w/quartz counter tops, maple cabinets, lovely back splash. Vaulted ceilings, a/c, gas FP, updated furnace/H2O tank, MF laundry, htd. dbl. garage plus much more! Asking $419,900 A1129977

2-Storey walk out! Unobstructed valley views! Asking $559,900 A1044949

IN ONE WORD ~ “WOW”! …

SOLD

NEW ZERO-STEP DESIGN Non-bsmt. Beautiful 1456 sq. ft. bungalow! Superb garage! Active community! • Master planned community Asking $484,420 A1031265

• Designed for active adults • No condo fees • Community lifestyle

4001-50 Street, Camrose Phone 780.672.5851 www.ipdi.biz

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