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Lamont Community Fair and Perogy Festival does not disappoint enthusiastic crowd Michelle Pinon Editor

An estimated 2,000 people took in activities during the Lamont Community Fair & Perogy Festival on June 23 and 24 in Lamont. Of that amount, just over 700 people attended the two day tractor pull event. Alberta Tractor Pull Association (APTA) President Erwin Thompson said the weather and the track at the Lamont Ag. Grounds was perfect. Local competitor Josh Melnyk also had two first place back to back finishes in his category. Altogether there were a total of 31 competitors in the two day event, stated Thompson. Total prize payout was $25,800 for both days. “That is the highest payout in Western Canada,” he pointed out. “The organizing committee did an excellent job on all events for the fair. APTA would like to thank Lamont for having us at the fair and perogy festival. See you all next year.” The Kid’s activities were a definite hit as well with families, and the marketplace and trade show were busy all afternoon. There were many vendors for both venues and all of the food related items were on the mark. There was something for everyone, and spectacular fireworks show capped off the very successful event.

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John Luchyk of Drayton Valley competed in the A mini class Saturday afternoon before an extremely appreciative audience.

Lamont Mayor Bill Skinner waves to the large crowd gathered along 50 Avenue Saturday morning during the Lamont Community Fair and Perogy Festival. There were around 45 entries in the parade which kicked-off a great variety of events for residents and visitors alike to enjoy. Skinner is also featured with assistant Rachel Taylor who threw out candy to parade goers.


2 - The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Road and sidewalk construction work begins in Town of Bruderheim Michelle Pinon Editor

Work on the Town of Bruderheim’s 2017 Street Improvements Program recently began in the West Woodlands subdivision, and is expected to take a couple of months depending on the weather. Other areas of construction include Queen Street and the Brookside subdivision. Chief Administrative Officer Patty Podoboronzy said the project will include excavation, base work, asphalt paving, concrete replacements and lanscaping. Work began at 55 Street and 52 Avenue. Barricades and no parking signs have been erected in restricted areas.

Residents have been informed there will be restricted access to their property over the course of weeks at a time. Excavating and vibratory equipment will be used during the construction process, and Kantrax stated in its website advisory that necessary precautions will be taken as we will have areas of work barricaded off. The company also recommended watering of newly sodded/seeded areas to establish growth after it is installed. The road work is funded through the town’s capital budget as well as funding through the provincial government’s Municipal Sustainability Fund, and the federal government’s Gas Tax Fund. The town’s portion of the project is $1 million dollars. “Back in 2014 the town had MPE

She went on to say, “The Town of Engineering conduct a road infrastructure assessment which prioritized Bruderheim is developing a reserve which roads needed to be upgraded policy to ensure that we invest in our first, points out Podoborozny. “The reserve accounts for infrastructure town of Bruderheim is developing an upgrades. The town has made asset Asset Management Plan which has management a priority, and we will been staged over 10 years. In 2013, the continue to invest in our infrastructure underground was assessed and in and the enhancement of our preventa2014, the buildings were completed as tive maintenance programs.” well as the roads. In 2016 we bought preventative maintenace building software to record our building maintenance and 11213 88 Ave. Fort Saskatchewan future inspections. In 2017 780-992-1449 we completed our lighting inventory on our buildSPRING HAS SPRUNG!! ings to develop a plan for Be KIND to your ride! upgrading to to LED lighting.”

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The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), Tuesday, June 27, 2017 - 3

Applications open for perspective lodge residents in Lamont Michelle Pinon Editor

The Board of Directors of the Lamont County Housing Foundation (LHCF) issued a press release on Friday, June 23 regarding the current status of the ongoing construction project for the new seniors lodge in Lamont. The statement, made

on behalf of the LCHF by Chief Administrative Officer Harold James stated: “The Board of Directors is pleased to announce that the architect-consultant JMAA Architecture Ltd. and the General Contractor Brenex, together with the team of sub-contractors, continue to work toward ensuring that the new building project is on target with an estimated

completion in September 2017.” James went on to say, the current cost of construction is $10.8 million, and the Government of Alberta is responsible for the entire cost of construction, and the consultants who have been retained on this project. The LCHF is responsible for furnishing the new lodge, and Allwest Furnishings has been

awarded the contract to supply and install all the furnishings, added James. “The board will welcome any form of monetary donation for use toward the purchase of furniture and other

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4 - The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Opinion From Where I Sit: ‘Outside Behaviour’

By Hazel Anaka I love CTV’s Marilyn Denis Show because of Marilyn herself and her panel of regular experts. Among those is nutritionist, Julie Daniluk.

Her bubbling enthusiasm and healthy vibrancy today belie decades of food allergies, infections, food poisonings, and a near death experience in Thailand. The yearslong journey to heal herself is now being shared through her books, public appearances, website, and sheer zealotry. Because we know inflammation is a huge health risk, I bought her Meals that Heal Inflammation book a few years ago. It made sense but seemed to be so damn onerous to follow especially if one wasn’t suffering an imminent health crisis. To paraphrase what my hero, Jim Rohn used to say: ‘no

one falls down ill after eating the first Mars bar. What if eating an apple a day does keep the doctor away?’ The point being that poor choices are cumulative and have a way of sneaking up on us and making small adjustments can make a positive difference. Like with much new information in our lives, when the student is ready the teacher will appear. I added flags to the pages of recipes that sounded good and didn’t need a million, hardto-access ingredients or have fourteen steps in the method. Don’t recall if I ever tried a single one. Yet, when I saw Julie’s

latest book, Hot Detox I bought it. Detox sounded like a short-term, easier to succeed at venture. I read the entire book, marked promising recipes, and accessed online extras like a shopping list and more recipes. Secretly I also liked that Julie’s Ukrainian roots snuck into some recipes. The book is based on modern science plus the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda and Chinese medicine, both of which intrigue me. I haven’t (yet) scheduled a 3, 10 or 21-day detox because of my busyness and uncooperative husband. But I have tried countless

recipes and without fail loved them. So has hubby. This journey of discovery has led to more adventures: more spices, more veggies, more slicing and dicing. It would seem I’ve been a pretty boring cook who’s stuck in a rut cooking the same old food in the same old ways. My blender has seen more action in the past two weeks than in the year previous. I resurrected canning jars because glass is far safer than plastic for storing anything. I’ve made batches of vegan soup broth; roasted spaghetti and butternut squashes; mixed up a batch of

Happy Canda Day

Excitement is building for Canada’s 150 birthday, and come July 1 there will be a bevy of special celebrations to enjoy throughout Lamont County. There will be pancakes, parades, hot dogs, cake, street performers, outhouse races and fireworks to enjoy whether you stop in Andrew, Mundare, Chipman or Bruderheim. Maybe even explore one of Canada’s most popular conservation reserves? There will be so much to see and do, and best of all experience together with family and friends. The start of summer holidays is always exciting as families pack up their belongings and head out to camp, fish, site see, and explore by hiking, biking and driving to great destinations far and wide or in our own backyard. There’s so many great travel spots near and far to learn about and truly experience. Canada Day reminds me of how fortunate we are as a people to live in a country that affords us all the opportunity to live, work and succeed. Our quality of life, coupled with good education, and health care systems, is among the best in the world. The freedoms and rights democracy affords us aren’t easily measured, and until we visit other nations we won’t have a better sense and understanding of what it is we truly have. Take time to be trankful and appreciate all that life in Canada has to offer no matter where you roam. Michelle Pinon

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The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), Tuesday, June 27, 2017 - 5

This Week On The Web: daughter and wife proposal One man pulls off two adorable proposals at the same time

Grant Tribbett sought to make his girlfriend Cassandra Reschar his wife, but what was unexpected to all but him; he also wanted to give Reschar’s daughter, Adrianna, a daddy. Tribbett took Reschar and Adrianna out for breakfast one morning and then went to Ritchey Woods Nature Preserve in Fishers, Indiana to take them down one of the many trails to enjoy the early afternoon. About a mile in, on top of an old wooden bridge, surrounded by greenery, Tribbett got down on one knee, obviously taking Reschar by surprise. A good friend and professional photographer jumped out from some bushes and captured the special moment. After proposing, he then turned to Adrianna, stayed on his knee, and asked if he could be her daddy and that he promised to protect her and be there for her for the rest of her life. Adrianna, being a child who minds her manners, said a thank

you to the necklace Tribbett had offered, and Tribbett had to ask if it was a yes or a no. Adrianna then yelled out yes and turned to Reschar, exclaiming that she was finally getting a daddy. Reschar said the moment was absolutely precious, and she really appreciated Tribbett going the extra step for her daughter, as Adrianna is her entire world and means more to her than anything. Adrianna now shows off the necklace everywhere she goes, proud to say that she now gets to have a dad. Girl caught hanging for dear life on ride at Six Flags A terrifying moment at a popular theme park, six flags, was captured on video in upstate New

York. A gondola ride, called sky ride, was put under emergency shut down in the middle of the ride due to a rider in distress. During that time, a 14year-old female had slipped out from her seat, hanging on for dear life over eight metres above the ground. A crowd formed underneath the girl, screaming for her to let go and they would catch her. Another man had climbed up a tree that was directly beneath her seat on the ride, ready to help as he could. Eventually the girl let

go and fell towards the crowd beneath her, first getting caught in the tree, but was thankfully caught and didn’t hit the ground. She was transported to the hospital with minor injuries, as well as one gentleman who had caught her and injured his back during the catch. Six Flags shut down the ride and will not reopen it until a thorough investigation can be completed. They reassured that guest safety is of the utmost importance for the company and it will be looked into very seriously.

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6 - The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), Tuesday, June 27, 2017 The Lamont library hosted author Shari Narine who released her first fiction novel Oil Change At Rath’s Garage. The afternoon talk, held June 19, was organized by the Northern Lights Library System. Pictured from left to right are: Lori Schumack, Lamont School library technician Angela Wendorff, author Shari Narine, Lamont public library clerk Crystal Kinash, and Dinah Sudyk.

Business billboard signage idea gathering interest Michelle Pinon Editor

The modern day billboard advertising approach dates back to the late 1790s, and is still being used today. Currently, the Town of Mundare has approached 17 local businesses to see if they are interested in advertising on a proposed billboard by the water reservoir by Highway 855. Chief Administrative Officer Colin Zyla said the proposal has two different size panels, one foot by four feet, and one foot by two feet for $300 and $150 each respectively. Zyla stated in his June 14 letter to local businesses that the panels would have to be two sided with either plastic or metal. During the June 20 regular meeting, council bandied about a few ideas in regards to materials, size of lettering, fonts, logos, etc. While elected officials would like businesses to design their own panels, they do want to develop some standards in order to have continuity. Businesses would be responsible to replace their panel if it gets damaged or faded. Council requested CAO Zyla, to create a diagram, and gather more information on pricing and materials for a future meeting.

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The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), Tuesday, June 27, 2017 - 7

Lamont Community Fair

Every parade needs a princess like this little beauty.

The kids scored lots of candy! MICHELLE PINON PHOTOS

Baba Magda waves to the crowd.

Waiting in anticipation for the parade to begin.

This restored vintage beauty drew plenty of attention and admiration from the crowd.

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Tanya Tanner enjoys the visit with the little critters at the Nine-year-old Zandon Tanner is just sticking Volunteers with the perogy festival float, hand out goodies during the parade. Thistle Hill Petting Zoo. around at the Velcro amusement. Around 900 perogies were devoured at the lunch and supper on Saturday.

This entry from Bruderheim won for best community entry with its poop mobile.

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Harold and Corey Mulholland pose with the Chipman 4-H Beef and Multi-Club entry that won first place in the community organization category.


8 - The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Babas & Borshch will offer something for everyone Michelle Pinon Editor

Fort SaskatchewanVegreville MLA Jessica Littlewood was one of several invited guests who attended the annual Babas & Borshch Ukrainian Festival media and sponsor launch on Thursday, June 22 at St. John’s Institute in Edmonton. Littlewood was also packing a large cheque with her which she presented to Festival Coordinator Hazel Anaka and Lamont County Reeve Wayne Woldanski shortly before lunch. This year marks the fifth year of the home-grown festival and the first year that it will be held in the Town of Lamont. As Anaka pointed out, “You may have noticed the luggage. That’s a big deal. After four successful years in Andrew, the Fesitval is moving to the Town of Lamont. A population four times bigger and being 30 minutes closer to Edmonton should help us grow. Through it all, we’ve sought to add humour and subtract pretension…the hallmarks of small town charm.” Anaka also recognized members of Lamont County council. “Without their blessing this festival would not

exist.” She also thanked Lamont County Economic Development Manager Jim Newman who has been instrumental in the planning and execution of the tourism initiative. Lamont County Reeve Wayne Woldanski remarked, “This is a very important year for Lamont County heritage as we are celebrating 125 years of Ukrainian settlement in Canada. Lamont County is the location of the first Ukrainian settlement in Canada with settlers arriving in the Star/Edna area, which is just a few miles north of Lamont, back in 1897.” Woldanski went on to say that Lamont County is a proud supporter of the event which has been a great success over the past four years, and that it “resonates the deep roots that our Ukrainian ancestors built in this province,” and thanked Festival Co-ordinator Hazel Anaka, for all of her work in making the event such a great success. He also thanked MLA Littlewood for her support, and the Government of Alberta for its contribution to the festival. Littlewood said this will be the third time she’s attended the festival, and the second time she will be competing in

the Borshch. Last year her recipe earned third place in the culinary competition, and she says she will be entering again this year. “I am going to try and attempt Gail’s (Hall) recipe and see if I can do it justice.” Hall, who passed away in late 2016 was also a great supporter of the festival, serving on the judging panel, and hosting several demonstrations since the start of the festival. This year Chef Brad Smoliaks will serve as the festival’s anchor judge for the Borshch Cook-off. Smoliak will also be heading up a Ukrainian Food Fight; a timed contest for making nalysnyky. He will also be hosting a demonstration cleverly titled: “Syr, Budz or Bryndza, This Budz’s for You.” Visitors will get a look at the process and taste the finished product, a cheese which was a staple in farm family diets. Anaka said Babas and Borshch is all about recreating those special memories of when and where they tasted the simple, down to earth, stick to your ribs comfort food and satisfying those cravings. “For the first time ever, we’ll have five Ukrainian food vendors including St. John’s Institute, our host for

today, The Purple Perogy, and three from Lamont County : Bohdan’s Ukrainian Foods, Stawnichy’s Mundare Sausage and Elk Island Catering.” In addition to great Ukrainian cuisine, there will be great entertainment, bazaar, outdoor music jam, church tours, dancing, the signature festival drink Na Zdorovlia, Ukrainian beer and moonshine from Red Cup Distillery. Some of the headliners for the Zabava will be Edmonton’s Cheremosh Dance Company, Zemlia Vocal trio, and ever popular dance band Trembita, followed by fireworks. The family friendly event will include timed Lego building contests, art lessons, crafts and inflatables for the kids. There will be two displays honouring the 125th anniversary of Ukrainian Settlement, workshops on pysanka writing and wheat grinding, contests and prizes galore, as well as a presentation by lawyer Mark Minenko about Ukrainian detainees in Alberta. There is really something for everyone. “So, whether you’re Ukrainian or a ‘wannabe’ we invite you to learn, connect,

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said Anaka.

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Fort Saskatchewan-Vegreville MLA Jessica Littlewood, right, was on hand to present a cheque for nearly $39,000 to Babas & Borshch Ukrainian Festival Co-ordinator Hazel Anaka and Lamont County Reeve Wayne Woldanski. Funding was made possible through Alberta Culture and Tourismʼs Community Initiatives Program.

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Babas & Borshch Ukrainian Festival Coordinator Hazel Anaka and Lamont County Reeve Wayne Woldanski, left, accepted a $2,500 donation from Enbridge representative Peter Hansen during the media launch at the St. Johnʼs Institute in Edmonton Thursday, June 22.

Farmers Appreciation Zabava Michelle Pinon Editor There’s no question the 2016-’17 crop season has been a tough one for Lamont County farmers. In fact, several told The Lamont Leader during Lamont County’s Farmer Appreciation Zabava last Thursday evening in St.

Michael, that it had been the worst weather wise in more than 60 years. Lamont County Reeve Wayne Woldanski told attendees, 266 in total, that he just finished combining about a week and half ago. He wanted to reassure farmers they were all in the same boat, and recognized their per-

St. Michael area farmers Sunny and Emil Gulayets lit up the dance floor. The couple recently marked their 60th wedding anniversary. Definitely young at heart and full of energy as they danced to the sounds of the 5 Star Band.

cradle of Ukrainian settlement, and that’s why tonight is a Zabava.” Deputy Reeve Dan Warawa, who serves as the Agricultural Service Board chair, also commended farmers on their efforts to get their crops combined and seeded.

There’s been no end to the precipitation this year, but Warawa made a plea after saying grace for the good Lord to “turn off the taps,” which received rousing applause from everyone in the audience. Farmers are hoping for

a good long stretch of sunshine and great temperatures this summer to give their crops the right conditions to make this harvest a better one than the last. Hopefully their prayers will be answered.

Reid Chudyk holds up one of the laminated placemats before St. Michael & District Ag. Society members served their delcious meal. severance in these “difficult times.” Woldanski also recognized the two special milestone events in 2017 with the 125 year of Ukrainian settlement in Canada and Canada’s 150th birthday. “Lamont County is basically the

MICHELLE PINON PHOTOS Members of the Lamont Veselka Dancers entertained the audience after the banquet.


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Fire in Lamont MICHELLE PINON PHOTO

Shortly after 3 a.m. Friday, June 23 the Lamont Fire Department was dispatched to a structure fire along 50 Avenue and 49 Street. The property owner and their pets were able to make it out of the home safetly. Lamont Fire Chief John Helton said the cause of the blaze is currently under investigation.

BYLAW NO. 06/17

TOWN OF LAMONT NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PROPOSED ADOPTION OF A NEW LAND USE BYLAW NO. 06/17 DATE: TIME: PLACE: PURPOSE:

July 11, 2017 6:30 p.m. Town of Lamont Council Chambers, 5307 - 50 Avenue, Lamont, Alberta The purpose of the Public Hearing is to consider adopting Land Use Bylaw No. 06/17 for the Town of Lamont.

PRESENTATION: Persons wishing to submit letters or other communication concerning this matter in advance of the Public Hearing may do so provided they are legibly written. Submissions will be received up to 4:00 p.m. on July 5, 2017. Submissions should be addressed to: Town of Lamont, 5307 - 50 Avenue, Lamont, Alberta, T0B 2R0. Please be advised that the personal information in submissions made, is collected under the authority of the Alberta Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, Section 33 (c) and subsequent versions of the Act. All submissions provided to the Council will be publicly available, in accordance with Section 40 (1) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIP) Act. Oral presentation may be made at the Hearing by the persons above, whether or not they have made a written presentation. The time limit for oral presentations is subject to the direction of the Chairperson. DOCUMENTATION: Copies of proposed new Land Use Bylaw No. 06/17 are available for public inspection at the Town of Lamont, 5307 - 50 Avenue during regular office hours.

COMMITTEES OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ALBERTA

This notice is given pursuant to Sections 605 and 892 of the Municipal Government Act.

Should Bill 203, Alberta Standard Time Act, be passed? HAVE YOUR SAY. 17064LL0 The Standing Committee on Alberta’s Economic Future invites you to provide input on Bill 203, Alberta Standard Time Act. Bill 203 proposes the year-round observance of Alberta Standard Time. This means Alberta would be on Mountain Daylight Time year‐round. If passed, the Act would come into force on November 2, 2018. For more information on Bill 203 and how to make a submission, please visit: assembly.ab.ca/committees/abeconomicfuture Submit your feedback by Friday, July 28, 2017. EconomicFuture.Committee@assembly.ab.ca 780.415.2878 (Call toll-free by dialing 310.0000) Please note: submissions and identities of authors may be made public.

assembly.ab.ca/committees/abeconomicfuture

Alberta Electoral Boundaries Commission

Take Part in Alberta’s Constituency Boundaries Review Following months of public consultation the Electoral Boundaries Commission recently presented its Interim Report, outlining recommendations for redrawing the constituency map of Alberta. Take part by providing your feedback today.

1

Provide an online submission by July 16, 2017. Submit online, by e-mail or mail. Submissions and the identities of the authors will be made public. www.ABebc.ca

2

Attend a public hearing in Edmonton. July 18 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

3

Register online by July 10, 2017, if you’d like to make an oral presentation at a hearing.

July 19 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. All meetings will be held at the Coast Edmonton Plaza Hotel, 10155-105th Street NW.

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© Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada, 2017 | ™The heart and / Icon on its own or followed by another icon or words in English are trademarks of the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada.

SUBMITTED PHOTO

Andrew School decided to honour and celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday by wearing red on Monday, June 19. The students were excited to pose for a picture in their red shirts and holding Canadian flags to show how proud they are to be Canadian.

The Maple Leaf Forever SUBMITTED PHOTOS

Students from Lamont Elementary School have been busy in recent weeks colouring maple leaves in support and celebration of Canadaʼs 150th birthday on Saturday, July 1. They will also be celebrating the fact they get almost two months off before the school bell will ding once again for classes on August 30.

Lamont High School would like to thank the following businesses, community members and organizations for their support of the Lakers Athletics Program! The program has five sponsorship levels; diamond ($2000), platinum ($1000), gold ($500), silver ($250) and bronze ($100). Diamond Sponsors Webbʼs Machinery Lamont Liquor Store & The Back Alley Pub Lamont Farm Centre Platinum Sponsors

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY The Town of Lamont is accepting applications for a Full Time Public Works Employee

Smith Insurance Agrium Lamont Curling Club Trevor Schinkinger Trucking Gold Sponsors

All applicants must possess a valid Class 3 License with air brakes or willingness to immediately acquire the same. A driverʼs abstract will be required prior to employment. Qualifications: This successful applicant will have a strong work ethic, experience operating equipment, mechanical aptitude, and good communication, motivational and listening skills. Must be able to work on-call and overtime as required.

ATB Servus Credit Union Shell Interpipeline Bonnie and Karl Hauch Lopushinsky Farms Silver Sponsors

Town of Lamont provides excellent competitive wages, benefit package and paid standby. This is an hourly rated position depending on qualifications.

Lamont Home Hardware Allied Paving Lamont High Staff

Applications will be accepted until 4 p.m. July 10, 2017.

Thank you to all who made our athletics year successful and helped keep students in sport at Lamont High. To join next yearʼs sponsorship list contact Cory.Kokotailo@eips.ca Mr. Cory Kokotailo, B. Ed.

Please forward resume/application to: Town of Lamont P.O. Box 330 5307-50 Ave. Lamont, Alberta T0B 2R0 Fax 780-895-2595 Email: lamontoffice@townlife.com

The Town of Lamont thanks all applicants for their interest however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Director of Athletics & Physical Education Lamont High School Lamont, Alberta (780) 895-2228

"True success is doing something that you really love and being able to affect people positively as a result of that" -Mitch Albom


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Concrete

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Electrical Construction Aggressive Crushing Ltd.

Mundare Salon & Barber

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Hair Stylist Kerry Beitz 5216 - 50 Street Owner/Hairstylist Mundare, Alberta 780-221-7193

Residential Commercial Industrial

Matt Luyckfassel

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for your aggregate solution Finished product of 63 or 45mm minus aggregate

ALSO RECYCLED ASPHALT FOR TOPPING Please call Frank at 780-235-4993

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• Permanent Hair Removal Only •

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Cor-L Flooring One Stop Shop

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Hotels FULL WARRANTY

In home Service: We bring Samples To Your Home

Day Care

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• Purchases • Refinances • 2nd Home Renewals/switches

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EAVESTROUGHING 5” Continuous Gutter, Soffit & Fascia Free Estimates Clay 780-932-8991

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LAWN CARE

PLUMBING

ROOFING

ROBERTSONʼS PLUMBING & GASFITTING LTD. Residential Services: Heating & Air Conditioning Plumbing Repairs and New homes Hydronics – Boilers Septic Tanks & Pumps *Robertsonʼs Plumbing & Gasfitting has been serving local communities since 1969 * 8718 – 112 STREET, FORT SASKATCHEWAN, ALBERTA

Proudly Serving Lamont County and surrounding area’s

PHONE 780-998-3847 FAX: 780-998-0369

Spring & Fall Cleanups

PROFESSIONAL

SAND & GRAVEL

Motor Vehicle Accidents, Fatal Accidents, Wills, & More

Terrace Sand & Gravel

Elizabeth J. Tatchyn, B.A., LL.B

We supply and deliver all types of sand and gravel including:

By appointment only

Service areas are Edmonton / Sherwood Park Fort Saskatchewan / Lamont Bruderheim / Redwater Because we are locally owned and operated we can provide service on short notice. Our prices are very competitive, please call 780-719-8383 for a free estimate. Visit our website at terracesandandgravel.ca

BARRISTER & SOLICITOR at Smith Insurance Service, Main Street Lamont

Serving Lamont & Area please call for free quotes

etatchyn@biamonte.com Speaks Ukrainian Edmonton: 780-425-5800 * *

MACHINERY

SHIRGOR

ENTERPRISES INC. Equipment rentals and sales Industrial tools and consumables

Mini Batch Concrete

Kendall Cairns, Barrister and Solicitor,

JACKIE HANDEREK & FORESTER BARRISTERS & SOLICITORS

PH: 780.720.6361 FAX: 780.922.8715 EMAIL: GSH50@SHAW.CA

Located in Bruderheim AB, 5130-52 avenue

Real Estate, Wills and Estates, Corporate, Notaries Tuesdays 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. By Appointment Century 21 Real Estate Building 5037 47 Ave (Railway Ave), Lamont When booking an appointment please specify the Lamont office

780-986-5081

kcairns@leduclawyers.ab.ca

LEGAL ISSUES?

MECHANICAL Mon–Fri 8am–5pm

BECJM Enterprises Ltd. Backhoe, directional boring, trackhoe, hydrovac, steamer, picker & gravel truck Bill & Charles Matthews CERIFIED SEPTIC DESIGNER & INSTALLER Box 197 Bruderheim, AB T0B 0S0

ph/fax 780-796-3952

becjment@telus.net

Stadnick Contracting (2011) Ltd.

Barrister & Solicitor

Vacuum Services formerly Shumansky Vacuum Tank Service is now available for septic cleaning

by Appointment

FOR ALL YOUR AUTOMOTIVE NEEDS

SEPTIC SERVICES

Ronald W. Poitras Serving Lamont and Area Since 1977 Wednesday 1:30 – 5:00 pm

Dean Bosvik Javan Vandelannoite

- Road Crush - Pit Run - Screened Sand - Bank Sand - Rip Rap - Washed Rock - Clean Clay & More

780-895-2055 REAL ESTATE

5003 - 50 Street, Mundare, AB 780-764-3936

Contact: Brett Ph: 587-991-0398 Sherry Ph: 780-267-7354 No job too big or small, we’ll do them all!

TOWING AND TRUCKING

PAINTING SERVICES JERRY ROMANICK’S PAINTING Commercial - Residential Interior - Exterior Cell: 780-240-9720 - Phone:780-478-7244

Faxing, Photocopying (Colour and Black & White), and service with a smile. All available at the Lamont Leader. Stop by today.

PLUMBING JMP Plumbing & Heating Ltd.

For all your real estate needs

Office – 780-764-4007 5004 50 Street, Mundare www.kowalrealty.ca

Shannon Kowal 780-920-3076 Jason Kowal 780-818-6010

Are you Buying or Selling? Gerhard Rosin 22 years experience

PLUS equipment, sheds,

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780-998-7668

Don’t think Towing – Think Titan!

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Furnace & Hot Water Tank Replacement Plumbing - New Home Construction Air Conditioning - Gas Fitting - Gas Fire Places Garage Heaters - Service & Repair - Sheet Metal

office: 780-449-2800 fax: 780-449-3499 #109, 65 Chippewa Rd, Sherwood Park, AB T8A 6J7

John Panek 780-999-2065

Thank you for supporting the businesses in the

jmpplumbing@live.ca Box 84, Lamont, AB T0B 2R0

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website: gerhardrosin.ca

Trevor Schinkinger Trucking Ltd. • Sand, Gravel & Top Soil • Loading & Hauling • Landscaping • Excavating • Demolition Ph: 780-895-2349

Cell: 780-220-5405

Box 412 Lamont, Alberta T0B-2R0


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Classifieds ________________________ COMING EVENTS EVENTS COMING ________________________ VIKING FARMERS MARKET Regular market 2 - 4 p.m. Thursday, June 29. Celebrating Canada’s birthday! Serving free cake to customers. Contact Evelyn at 780-592-2431 or Irene 780-336-4707. 11tfnc ________________________ Maple Lodge Community Annual Picnic Sunday, July 9, 2017. Entertainment 1 p.m. Pot luck Supper 3 p.m. Everyone Welcome! 25-26p ________________________ The Andrew Curling Club is looking to re-start a 7:30pm Thursday open-format league in Winter 2017/2018. If you are interested in putting in a team in or volunteering, with the club please attend our AGM on Thursday June 29 at 7:30pm in the Andrew Curling Club (upstairs). Questions? Call/text 780208-5528 LL25 ________________________ Saturday, July 15, 2017 Gerard & Dolly Wadley’s 50th Anniversary Come & Go get together. 1 - 4 p.m. Program 2:30 p.m. Golden Valley Lutheran Church 5327-56 Ave. Viking, AB. No gifts please - your presence is our gift. 25-26p ________________________ FOR RENT RENT FOR ________________________ House for rent in Ryley 5024 - 52 Ave. 2 bedroom, no smoking and no pets. $500/month plus utilities. Call 780-688-3626. TM24-25p ________________________ Bruderheim - 4 bedroom, split level, nice fenced yard $1500 mnth + utilities, $1200 DD Available July 1st, 2017. 780-667-1878. LL25-26 ________________________ Rent to Own in Viking. Spacious 2 bedroom home with garage. $750/month, First 2 weeks free. Phone: 780-993-3819. 25-26p ________________________ 2 bedroom large suite in 3story walk-up apartment building under new professional management with live-in, on-site caretaker. Close to Town Centre, hospital and No-Frills Superstore. Rent from $895, incl. utilities, energized parking stall. DD $500. Seniors welcome with special rate. 780632-6878 or 780-918-6328 LL06tfnp ________________________

________________________ FOR RENT RENT FOR ________________________ Suite in four-plex in Tofield. 2 bedrooms, 1 & 1/2 bath. Fridge, stove, washer and dryer. Adults only. No smoking and no pets. $1,000/month. Available immediately. Call: 780-2632688. TM15tfnc ________________________ Bachelor and 1 bedroom suites, 3 appliances. Bachelor from $695, 1 bdrm from $795, rent incl. water, heat, energized parking stall. SD $500. 780-632-3102 LL06tfnp ________________________ 3 bedroom town house for rent in Viking,. 780-2540130 14tfnc ________________________ FOR SALE SALE FOR ________________________ Hay for Sale. Alf/Tim/Br/CW mix. Small squares shedded $5ea. Rounds $50ea. Majority no rain. Phone late evenings 780-942-4107. LL16-25p ________________________ For Sale: -Coleman 4 man Pop-up Tent, 7ft by 8 ft. Screens for Bug Protection. $100 -Dandy Large Portable Air Conditioner. $150 -Porta Chef Propane Barbecue, Heat control knobs (Never used). $200 -Gas Generator. 3,500 watt. $300 -Dometic 5 gal. flush Porta Potty. Never used. $100 -Electric Pressure Washer. CG2600T. $200 -Metal “Jeep” on wheels. Used to haul a portable welder. $500 Prices Firm - Only serious phone calls please. 1-780336-2475. 25-26p ________________________ New hay for sale. Round bales - alfalfa mix. Picked up or delivered. Reasonably priced. KZAN Farms Ltd 780-497-1633 LL25-29 ________________________ Forage Oat seed for sale. Call: 780-405-8089. TM23tfnc ________________________

________________________ FUNERAL NOTICE NOTICE FUNERAL ________________________ Jennifer Koss passed away on May 10, 2017. A service for the celebration of her life will be held at Hastings Lake Lutheran Bible Camp on July 8, 2017 at 1:00 p.m.. To be followed by a spreading of her ashes. Lunch to follow. Please RVSP to Dana at 780-662-2468. Everyone welcome. TM25-26p ________________________ GARAGE SALE GARAGE SALE ________________________ Moving/Garage Sale - June 30, July 1, and July 2, 9:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. 1 and 1/2 miles south of Viking, Highway 36. Household, Cattle and Vet supplies and much more. 25p ________________________ HELP WANTED WANTED HELP ________________________ Bookkeeper/Secretary/Offi ce Assistant. Quickbooks experience preferred. Full time position. Please e-mail resume to canadiancore@hotmail.com TM25-26p ________________________ LIVESTOCK LIVESTOCK ________________________ Short horned bulls for sale. Polled, semen tested, optimal birth weights. Delivery available. Call Shepalta Farm at 780-679-4719. CP15tfnc ________________________ Purebred yearling and 2 yr old Black & Red Angus bulls for sale. Call 780-9869088 LL22-29p ________________________

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________________________ MEMORIAL MEMORIAL ________________________ In Memory of Nellie Kaluzny, June 2016 (Our Mother and Baba) In a quiet country graveyard, Where the wild flowers grow, Rests the one we loved so dearly, we lost one year ago. We visit your resting place and we put flowers there with care, But no one knows the heartache as we turn and leave you there. Your passing has left a loneliness the world can never fill, There’s not a day that we don’t love you still. May the winds of love blow gently and whisper so you can hear, That we will always love and miss you and wish that you were here. It broke our hearts to lose you, but you never went alone, For part of us went with you the day God called you Home. We think of you as living in the hearts of those you touched, For nothing loved is ever lost, and you were loved so much. You’re in Heaven with the angels, singing a sweet refrain, Living in a city where the roses never fade. We miss you so very much. Your Family TM25p ________________________ REAL ESTATE ESTATE REAL ________________________ Restaurant for Sale. 9,000 sq ft building in Sedgewick plus 3 lots 25x100. Dinning room and lounge - 140 seats plus opportunity for additional living space. Call 780384-3600. Serious inquiries only! CP27tfnc ________________________ House with an income - 5 yr old up - down duplex or 4 bdrm house with finished bsmt. Many features and 3 car garage. Located in town of Tofield. See our ad in com-free # 748139 or call us for more info. Price below assessed value @ $359,000. Call: Mel or Gavin @ 780 662 3596. TM24-27p ________________________

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________________________ REAL ESTATE ESTATE REAL ________________________ Land For Sale 40 Acres with city water. 544 RR 204, Strathcona County. $199,00. 780-660-6158 LL25c ________________________ SERVICES SERVICES ________________________ Massage and Reflexology 1 hour treatments. Call: Marge 780-662-3066. TM35tfnc ________________________ Roy’s Handyman Services. Flooring, trim work, basement finishing, decks, fences, kitchen cabinet installs and carpentry work. 780-662-0146 or 780-2323097. TMtfn ________________________

________________________ SERVICES SERVICES ________________________ Ritchie’s Painting Co. Professional Interior/ Exterior Commercial & Residential Painting. Spray Painting & Cabinet Refinishing. www.ritchiespainting.ca. Call Jason in Viking, AB today for a future estimate - Cell: 780-254-0166 or Home: 780-254-0700. 35tfnc

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Several properties in the Town of Bruderheim sustained damage in the windstorm as evidenced along Highway 45, to Mayor Karl HauchĘźs sun room, and to this greenhouse at Thiels Greenhouses. The town reported about dozen phone calls on Wednesday.

MICHELLE PINON PHOTOS

The June 20 meeting of town council in Mundare was interupted by a windstorm that knocked this tree down on main street. Mayor Charlie Gargus quickly took care of the problem in no time with his saw, and was aided in his efforts by Coun. Jason Kowal, middle, and Chief Administrative Officer Colin Zyla. Luckily, the downed limb did not hit the vehicle that was parked beside the tree.


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