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2024 Jaywalkers’ Jamboree Edition 65th ANNUAL JAYWALKERS’ JAMBOREE COME JOIN THE FUN IN CAMROSE Friday, Saturday
& SUnday, June 7, 8 & 9! JUNE 4, 2024 | 16 PAGES
Photos by Murray Green and Lori Larsen

BRCF grants FIRST responders


The Battle River Community Foundation awarded a $5,000 grant to Flagstaff’s Informed Response Sharing Team (FIRST).

The Care-A-Van project is a partnership between FIRST and FFCS (Flagstaff Family Community Services). The project provides families a vehicle and a driver to travel to medical appointments in urban centres. By providing this program, they hope to allevi-

ate some of the challenges of travelling to medical appointments.

The grant is funded from income earned in the Snethen Family Fund, Jim Crawford Fund and the Community Fund. These types of funds allow the Foundation board to match annual grant applicants with the interests donors wish to support.

The Battle River Community Foundation exists to support organizations in



and organizations

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Jaywalkers’ shows featured at Bailey

Radiant Harmony will be featured as part of Bai ley Theatre’s Jaywalkers’ Jamboree community event showcase.

The Bailey Theatre is helping to support local businesses, local perform ers and to encourage people from the central region to come downtown and enjoy community, shopping and entertainment on June 7 and 8.

“We want to be a big part of showcasing our many assets in Camrose. Two benefit concerts, two evening ticketed concerts, supporting local performers and our new Bailey Theatre manager will be meeting and greeting folks. Elliot Harder was hired in mid-May,” said Bailey Society past-president Barb Stroh.

The theatre will have guided tours of the heritage theatre, 50/50 community wide draws to offer a chance to win, and at the same time support the Bailey. Draws are made on Friday at 9 p.m. and another one on Saturday at 9 p.m. Popcorn and water sales are available and the Spotlight Bistro will have extended hours.

Radiant Harmony, a choral group from Central Alberta gather in Daysland for rehearsals. These ladies sing for fun and through their performances have raised over $35,000 for various charities. They offered to support the Bailey Theatre, benefit performances June 7, Friday at 5 p.m. and on June 8, Saturday at 1:30 p.m. with donations at the door.

Radiant Harmony is a non-auditioning choral group that gathers in Daysland and has members from as far East as Lougheed, west to Camrose, north of Kingman and south of Forestburg.

They gather for eight to 10 weeks before a per formance at Christmas and again in early spring.

They sing for fun and support local charities such as the Food Bank, FIRST and women’s shel ter. They also perform for senior facilities in the area or when asked.

They are directed by Terry Banack from Round Hill (also a Bailey perform er with the band the Cod Tongues) and accompanied by Sharon Edgerton. They sing anything that’s en tertaining from roof rais ing gospels, a little country, even some newer hits.

Other concerts on Fri day and Saturday night feature two popular local bands, The Bakin’ Soda Boys and Rose City Rollers.

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Local Elks ready to honour 100 years

Elks Lodge #70 will be celebrating 100 years of service in October.

“This year marks a significant milestone in our community’s history—our 100th anniversary. For a century now, the Elks have been woven into the very fabric of Camrose, tirelessly serving and supporting our neighbours in countless ways,” said president Jason Silbernagel.

Since its inception, the Camrose Elks have been steadfast in the commitment to community welfare. From hosting vibrant farmers markets to organizing delightful family dances and from spearheading initiatives to build parks for families to providing a welcoming space for various groups to meet, the contributions have been diverse and impactful.

“Over the years, the Elks Lodge has served as a hub for community engagement, welcoming groups ranging from the Girl Guides to the Army cadets, and more recently, offering a home to a local dance academy. Our halls have echoed with laughter during weddings, echoed with the warmth of love during anniversaries and witnessed the joy of celebration during birthday parties,” he explained.

“Yet, like many service organizations, we face the challenge of dwindling membership. Despite our rich history and unwavering dedication, sustaining these endeavors has become increasingly challenging. However, our mission remains unchanged— to serve and support our community,” said Jason.

The contributions of the Camrose Elks Lodge to our community cannot be overstated. “Over the past 24 years alone, we have proudly donated $215,222 back to our community. These funds have supported vital initiatives, from helping organizations meet their goals to providing essential equipment for children with special needs. However, without the support of our community, these resources are at risk of dwindling,” he continued.

“As we celebrate our centenary, we extend an earnest invitation to the women and men of Camrose to join us in our noble cause. By becoming a member of the Camrose Elks Lodge, you not only become part of a storied tradition of service, but also ensure that our legacy of giving back endures for another century,” said Jason.

For those interested in joining the Elks in their

mission, visit the website at www.camroseelks.ca or connect on Facebook.

“Together, let us continue to make a difference in the lives of those around us and ensure that the spirit of service thrives in our community for generations to come,” added Jason.

The Elks Lodge started in October 10, 1924, with 128 members at the Bailey Theatre.

P.A. Miquelon was the grand organizer and was in the exalted ruler’s chair prior to when the first elections were called. Dr. H.B. Ness was then named exalted ruler.

The first meeting was held in the George Shea Building on the southwest corner of 50 Street and 50 Avenue. In 1925, they purchased the old Presbyterian Church on the corner of 49 Street and 49 Avenue for $1,750. It was the home of the Elks until 1953.

The lodge purchased the Tillicum Beach Hall in 1953 and moved it to its present location at 4702-50 Avenue.

The main revenue in the early years was from the skating carnivals. When the old rink was replaced by the new building at the same location (Wild Rose Arena) the Camrose Elks were instrumental in raising much of the money needed for the project.

The Elks sponsored their first baseball team in 1925, a synchronized ice skating team and many local hockey teams throughout the years. Elks also sponsored a brass band in 1926, which was successful for several years.

In 1941, the Elks received a special permit to start construction on a project, known as The Elks Park. Trees and shrubs were planted, the ground was broken and seeded to grass. This park today is known as Jubilee Park.

During the war years the Elks donated their hall to the Red Cross to be the headquarters of the Blood Donor Clinics.

A substantial amount of money was raised by the Elks for the first swimming pool in Camrose.

When John Russell School was destroyed by a fire, the Elks donated their hall to the school board so classes could continue.

Since then, the Elks have continued to be a great service club for Camrose.

SCOUT HELP Murray Green, Camrose Booster Members of the 6th Camrose Traditional Scouts received $500 from Elks exalted
ruler Jason
Taylor Blum, right. Scout members from left, leader Laura Jacobsen, members Willa Lindsay, Rosie Foot and Allen Jacobsen.


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• 1980 C ASE 2590 2WD trac tor, 180 hp., 6,935 hours showing, 1000 pto., 20.8-38 duals, 2 hyd’s, front weights, 12F/3R, powershift, shedded

• 1979 C ASE 2590 2WD trac tor, 180 hp., 8,494 hours, 1000 pto., 3 hyd’s., 12F/3R, powershift.

• BELARUS 825 MFWD trac tor w/ Leon 636 FEL & bale spear, 100 hp. eng., 3 pt. hitch, 18F/4R trans., 540/1000 pto., 2 hyd’s., needs some work.

• 1982 BELARUS 820 MFWD trac tor, 85 hp. engine, front weights, 3 pt. hitch, 18F/4R transmission, 540/1000 pto., 1 hydraulic, shedded



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• JOHN DEERE 610 cultivator w/ anhydrous kit, 39 ft., 12” spacing, 4 bar harrows, rear hitch.

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Bawlf ladies host fun day of floor curling

The Bawlf team of floor curlers placed second at their home tournament. From left, Rose Nelson, Louise Riley, Kathleen Tennant and Jan White. A total of 18 teams entered the ladies tournament. Murray Green, Camrose Booster The gardening crew, turned floor curlers, held their helmets on for the competition. From left, Beth Borgel, Valrie Duff, Marie Nelson and Rosella Snopek. Murray Green, Camrose Booster Rosella Snopek of Camrose gets ready to send her disk down the floor in the ladies floor curling event on May 15. The host Bawlf teams really outdid themselves by hosting a fun and fancy hat event where all of the participants had fun on and off the floor. They also enjoyed a great lunch together. Murray Green, Camrose Booster Shannon Bendfeld of Strome lines up her teammate for a shot during the full slate of games. The Camrose team of Marge Lynch, Muriel Rollheiser, Muriel Siemens and Eunice Roth won the tournament at the Bawlf Hall on May 15. Teams came from as far away as Drayton Valley and Edmonton. Murray Green, Camrose Booster Dressed in fancy hats, the team of Joy Siebold, Dianne Hartman, Barb Myggland and Marilyn Wolfe of Bawlf were ready to rock at the floor curling competition.


• AC D1 7 Gas Tractor, hyd., PTO, good rubber, c/w AC F.E.L. & bucket

• Kubota B6000 4x4 Garden Tractor, c/w 3-point hitch, PTO & 48 inch 3-point

hitch rototiller

• 2008 Suzuki Boulevard C50T c/w 3-wheel rear axle & saddle bags, S/N JS1VS55A982 108304

• 1981 Honda Goldwing G.L. 1100 c/w side car, windshield, racks & saddle bags, S/N 1HF5C02C18A106764

• 1972 Hodaka Motorbike S/N 1969735

• Yamaha Special 400 S/N HT4-000682

• Honda CB350 S/N 504-4879

• 1981 Kawasaki GP2550, parts

• Honda CB750, parts

• Suzuki 125 & Baja Dirt Bikes, parts

• Yamaha & Honda Bikes, parts

• 1950s Allstate Side Car, primed, ready to paint


• 1990 Toyota SUV, 4x4, auto, 6-cyl. c/w front blade & winch

• 1989 Toyota SUV 4x4, V-6, auto, S/N JT4VN62M6K0031802

• 1973 Volkswagen Bug Car, all original ready for restoration, S/N 1342 180884

• Single Axle Skidoo Trailer c/w 8 ft x 10 ft deck

• Utility Trailer c/w 1/2-ton box

• 2-Wheel Yard Trailer c/w spruce rewood

• Chevy Van, parts


• Assort. Wrenches, Electric Tools, Nails, Screws, Bolts • 2 Hay Tarps • Barn Lanterns

The JAYWALKERS’ JAMBOREE SUPER BOOSTER, June 4, 2024 – Page 11 Terms: Cash or valid cheques, cer tified cheque, bank draft, bank letter of credit electronic transfer Mastercard or Visa. 3% usage fee for Mastercard and Visa. No purchases to be removed until settlement has been made. List is subject to additions and/or deletions. Neither the owner the auctioneer nor sta of the auctioneer shall be held responsible for any loss or accident on or o the auction site. License No. 200809 Box 71, Sunnybrook, AB ALVIN MILLER 780-789-2226 or Cell 780-920-6738 TREVOR MILLER 780-722-2705 BARRY KASHA 780-374-2472 Camrose, Daysland Clerk: Tera Lange “For Reasonable Rates and Excellent Friendly Service, Give Us a Call” TRACTORS • Case Model 411-8 Tractor c/w 44 HD diesel eng, 3-point hitch, hyd. • Case Hi-Drive Riding Lawn Tractor c/w 48 inch rototiller & 48 inch mower TRAILERS & BOATS • Glastron 18 ft Open Bow Boat c/w 165-hp inboard motor c/w single axle trailer • 16 ft Can A Venture Boat c/w 115-hp Johnson outboard & trailer • (3) Single Axle Boat Trailers • Evinrude 70-hp & Johnson 85-hp Boat Motors • Single Axle Bumper Pull Trailer c/w 7 ft x10 ft deck , S/N R039945225 • Tandem Axle Bumper Pull Trailer c/w 6 ft x 14 ft deck • Single Axle Trailer c/w 4 ft x 8 ft frame, S/N R2A5239835 • Tandem Axle Bump Pull Trailer c/w 8 ft x 24 ft deck , 7000-lb axles, NVSN • Westwind WW 27.5 5th Wheel Holiday Trailer, S/N 2TTWW2 7565R951127 • 1988 Winnebago Cheiftain Motorhome, needs water pump S/N 1G8KP37W4J3325819 • Double Skidoo Trailer QUADS & BIKES • 2007 Yamaha 4x4 250 Quad c/w winch & racks, 1687 km, S/N VBKMXM239SM232965 • Yamaha 250 Trike c/w rev. & racks • Electric Rino Scooter • Enviro Electric Bike, like new • (2) Like New Mini Chopper Motorbikes COLLECTABLES – Sellat11a.m. • 1962 Pontiac Parisienne 2-d HT V-8, 4-sp trans, leather interior like new, appraised for $28,000, S/N 27 7470862 7 (Sells at 11:00 a.m.) • 1992 Dodge Shadow Convertible • 1989 Chev Z24 Car, new convertible roof fully powered, not running, S/N 1G1JF31W8K7 168401 • Lady Diana Doll c/w case • Large Assort. of Other Lady Diana Collectables • Working Rowe AMI Jukebox • Working Bally Paragon Pinball Machine • Allstate Train Set c/w 3 rail tracks & tin cars • Large Assort. of other Train Sets • Large Assort. Cast Iron Cars, Cadillac & Sears c/w boxes • Farm Equipment Collection • Racing T-Shirts • Large Assort Coal Oil Lamps • (2) Elvis Records • Large Assort. Oilers Hockey Memorabilia • Large Hockey Card Collection • Large Record Collection • Many more items WINDMILLS • Beatty Windmill c/w 35 ft tower • Pond Aeration Windmill CARS • 1997 Lincoln Mark VIII 2-door Car, fully powered, leather int., 160403 km, S/N 1LNLM91V1VY668975 • 1994 Lincoln Mark II 2-door Car, fully powered, leather int., 195404 km, S/N 1LNLM91VORY756936 DOGS • (2) White Labs, 1 male, 1 female, approx. 7 years old c/w cage • (1) Chocolate Lab, 4 years old TOOLS & MISCELLANEOUS • Blue Viper Air & Electric Tire Changer • Miller Thunderbolt 225-amp EL Welder • Atlas 24 inch Lather c/w tools & table • Lister 8000 Watt Gen Set • 14 inch -1½-hp Bandsaw • Lister 5000 KW Gen • Kenwood 16 inch Double Surface Planer • 6-inch Planer • HD Air Comp • 2500 Gal Flat Top Water Tank • Large Assort. Hand Wrenches & Elec Tools • Electric Gate Opener • (10) Vehicles for parts • (3) Van Storage Containers • 30 ft Tandem Axle 5th Wheel Van for storage • Large Assort. Auto Parts • Scrap Iron • Misc. Garage Items • Alum. Ladders • Toolboxes & Cabinets • Pool Table c/w cues & balls • Exercise Equipment • Many more items too numerous to mention AUCTIONEER NOTE Plan on attending. Lots of items on this Sale. Take note that Collectables sell at 11:00 am with second ring. For more information call Bob Penner at 780-868-8554 or Miller ’s Auction Service at 780-920-6738 or 780-789-2226. www.millersauctionservice.com CAR • 2005 Chrysler Sebring Convertible, 2 door, fully powered, 34,000 km. S/N
• Antique Trunk • Oils • Jack Stands • Chainsaws • 2000-lb Winch • Bike Jack • Hyd. Bike Jack • United Power 1300 W Generator • Gas Ice Auger • Fishing Tents • Miller 225 Thunder Bolt Welder • Propane Cutting Torch • 450-gal. Water Tank • Assort. Scrap Iron • Air Compressor • Old Bar Rake • (7 ) Sidewalk Blocks • F.E.L. Round Bale Fork • Cement Mixer • 12ft Cult c/w steel wheels & hyd. lift • MH 8 ft Tiller • Antique Horse Garden Cult & Walking Plow • 7 ft x 8 ft Roll Up Door • Ironsmith Wood Heater • 130-gal. Tidy Tank • Many more items AUCTIONEER NOTE Take note of all of the Motorbikes. For more information call Anne Dubitz at 780-582-3764 or Miller ’s Auction Service at 780-920-6738 or 780-789-2226. www.millersauctionservice.com Bob Penner of Parkland County, AB Saturday, June 15, 2024 – 10 am Being from Stony Plain overpass on Yellowhead Highway 16 go 2 miles west to Range Road 12 , 1/8 mile south to Glor y Hills Estates, turn east to Lot 20 OR: Lot 20, Glor y Hills Estates, Parkland County, Alberta Watch For Signs • GST will be charged where applicable • Lunch Available Anne Dubitz of Forestburg, AB Saturday, June 22 , 2024 – 10 am Being from the Junction of Highway 53 & Secondary 855 go 1/4 mile north on Secondary 855. OR: 4201 7 - Highway 855, Forestburg, Alberta Watch For Signs • GST will be charged where applicable • Lunch Available UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE www oldhippycamrose.ca Located in Downtown Camrose HANDCR AFTED SOLID WOOD FURNITURE 5012-50 Street , Camrose ▪ Phone 780-672-9200  Toll Free 1-866-672-9211 ▪ Brent’s cell: 780-940-8595 40 TO Off! JAYWALKERS’ JAMBOREE - Friday, & Sunday · Dining Rooms · Bedrooms · Countr y Wall Ar t See our selection of striking framed photographs & wall decor! Open Friday, June 7 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. • Saturday, June 8 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Biggest Jaywalkers’ Jamboree Weekend Ever for Friday, June 7 5 pm .Radiant Harmony Admission FREE , donations appreciated 8 pm Bakin’ Soda Boys Tickets $20 + GST Saturday, June 8 1:30 pm .Radiant Harmony Admission FREE , donations appreciated 8 pm Rose City Rollers Tickets $20 + GST SEE OUR WEBSITE FOR MORE INFO 5041-50 Street , Camrose ~ www.bailey theatre.com 4 CONCERTS including 2 local bands 50/50 Don’t miss our 50/50 draws. Ticket sellers will be on the street Friday and Saturday Nothing beats Bailey Theatre popcorn! FREE TOURS OF THE Come meet our new manager, Elliot Harder, and the wonderful Bailey volunteers. …Stop by 10 am to 1 pm! DOWNTOWN CAMROSE | 780.608.2345 CLEARANCE ROOM Friday & Saturd ay only CrAzY Markdown s! Bring your own bag Cash only WEDNESDAY to SATURDAY Jaywalkers’ Jamboree 40%off OUTERWEAR 25%off PURSES & GIFT WARE 30%off APPAREL 20%off JEWELLERY

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Government has mandates

Recently, our United Conservative government received an update on the status of our mandate items.

Our campaign included 296 total mandate items, ranging from everything between improving the health care system, to increasing access to apprenticeship programs. Out of these 296 mandate items, 25 per cent of them are already completed.

Another 61 per cent are already in progress, and Premier Danielle Smith has assured Albertans that we will have 100 per cent of them completed in time for the next election in just a few short years. Our government is following an aggressive and productive agenda, and we are working our way through it, to best serve Albertans, so that our province can continue to be a great place to call home.

Recently, our government delivered on our campaign mandate promise to pay off past debt, stabilize and improve Alberta’s economy, and build up our savings for future generations. We have deposited another $2 billion into the Heritage Savings Trust Fund, which is the most significant amount in recent history. On top of that deposit, we also legislated that any interest generated will now compound to grow the Fund, rather than being spent each year by government. This is a great step in securing the economic future of our province for many generations to come.

Our United Conservative government has worked to get Alberta’s fiscal house in order, and we delivered consecutive balanced budgets in 2022 and 2023, while still making historic investments in health care and education, which has attracted more investment into our province, and has kept our economy moving forward.

Another very important mandate item that our government has been continually working on is improving our health care system. In 2019, when our government took office, Albertans were waiting far too long for the health care they needed, so our government knew that immediate action was needed.

I truly believe that Alberta has the best front-line health care workers, and we have worked hard to have the right supports in place to ensure that Albertans get the care they need when and where they need it. To address the growing health care needs of Albertans, health spending has been increased by over $2 billion since 2019.

Although economic strengthening and health care improvements are crucial mandate items that we have worked on, we have also worked on hundreds of other specified mandate items on issues ranging from apprenticeship programs to addiction recovery communities, to community safety, to tax cuts for Albertans.

One of my favorite parts of being an elected official is getting to play a part in getting things done that improve the lives of people not only in my constituency, but throughout the entire province.

While in office, our government has worked hard to complete these mandate items, and we are going to continue to do so until we have completed 100 per cent of them.

Contact my office if you require my assistance. A reminder that I am a commissioner of oaths and a notary public and provide the service free for constituents.

If you have any questions or concerns, contact my office. We are always here for you!

You can contact Jackie Lovely, Camrose MLA, at Constituency Office, 104, 4870-51 Street, Camrose, AB T4V 1S1. Tel: 780-672-0000, camrose@assembly. ab.ca or at Legislature Office, 6th Floor, 9820-107 Street, Edmonton, AB T5K 1E7.

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