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Vol. 12, No. 32, Tuesday June 6, 2017


Summer-like weather was the perfect compliment to the handsome and beautiful graduates of Andrew School. There was time for a group photo of the Class of 2017 as well as plenty of photos with family and friends who had gathered for the milestone event on Saturday, June 3 in Andrew. Pictured from left to right: Dawson Danyluk, Tyra Shulko, Bryce Hrehorets, Ryan Leliuk and Ryan Zukiwski.

Dr. Seuss inspired valedictorian speech Good evening, I have some advice I’d like to share with my graduating class. For my valedictorian speech I have taken some passages by the well known author Dr. Seuss, and put my own spin on it. I really had fun making this speech. Ninety-five per cent of this is original, so I do hope it goes well. I hope you enjoy it, Oh I so hope you do; I hope you listen and maybe learn a thing or two. Congratulations! Today is your day. You’re off to Great Places! You’re off and away! You’ve come from a small town, a small school, but now’s your chance to get out there and play. Be somebody big, be somebody grand, don’t sit here with your feet in the

sand. You have brains in your head, and feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. And YOU are the guy who’ll decide where you go. There are games to be won, success to succeed, you’ll be famous as famous can be…but sometimes this is not so, I’m afraid that you’ll play lonely games too. Games you can’t win cause you’ll play against you. But on you will go, through rain or through sleet, cause you of all people will not be beat. Class of 2017, let’s not settle for average, NO! Whatever your path, this needn’t be so. Be farmers, be soldiers, be tradesmen too, maybe even an animal behaviourist (whatever that is), will do.

So make up your mind, and make it up quick, for it isn’t about the shoes you pick; it’s where those shoes take you and whether you succeed in your own eyes, not the rest of the lot. Cause in the end, when it’s all said and done, the only one left is you, whether you’ve lost or you’ve won. Let’s not settle for anything less than great, and let’s make sure we master our fate. Let’s not settle for anything less than we can DO, and let’s not settle for anything less than YOU. Just never forget to be dexterous and deft, and never mix up your right foot with your left. And will you succeed? Yes! You will indeed. Ninety-eight and 3/4 per cent guaranteed.

Kid you’ll move mountains. So….be your name Bryce, Dawson, Tyra, Ryan or Ryan again. You’re off to great places, today is your day. Your mountain is waiting. So get on your way. Wow, that was a mouthful. Thank you for listening. Tyra Shulko

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Housing officials continue to explore options for Andrew Lodge Michelle Pinon Editor

Members of the Lamont County Housing Foundation (LCHF) recently held a special meeting in the Village of Andrew. LCHF Chief Executive Officer Harold James said the board is still exploring options to

keep the Andrew Senior Citizens Lodge viable, this after months of consultations with the public, staff, consultants and senior government housing officials. “We are still exploring options such as meeting the needs of special populations and will explore opportunities with various government agen-

cies who are contracted to provide services to special populations such as Persons with D e v e l o p m e n t Disabilities, Mental Health Rehab, etc.” James said none of the exploratory opportunities “will happen overnight” and says they “will need to be patient” in the meantime.

community engagement meeting about the future of the Andrew lodge. At that time, facilitators and consultants Dr. Bonnie Dobbs and Gary Gordon discussed various ideas and options, and received direct feedback and questions from attendees.

“In any event, there has been no discussion about closing the Andrew Lodge, rather the board is committed to finding a meaningful, viable, efficient and sustainable opportunity for keeping our lodge in operation in Andrew.” Back on Monday, January 9, a total of 68 people attended the

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Opinion Letter to the Editor: Crichton on knowing the answers Dear Editor, Nobel Prize-winning scientist Ivar Giaever famously said that global warming is a new religion that operates in a similar fashion to the medieval church, back when you couldn’t ask questions or discuss anything without fear of reprisal. American author Michael Crichton takes Giaever’s observations even further. Crichton’s books (which include Jurassic Park, The Andromeda Strain, and State of Fear) feature storylines based on meticulously researched science, and have sold hundreds of millions of copies. Crichton passed away a few years ago.

Yet because of his books and speeches, he remains an important popularizer of scientific ideas, and is therefore still considered one of the world’s most influential and respected climate skeptics. Before he studied climate change, Crichton said his ideas “were highly conventional— pretty much like everyone else’s.” He believed the often-repeated media reports about global warming. It was while preparing for a book that Crichton began researching climate issues, only to find that the things he read didn’t make sense. Assuming there must be something he didn’t understand, he dug

deeper, looking for hard evidence and details. Crichton discussed his findings with others, only to learn that his honest questions were labelled “controversial.” He said it surprised him because he’d never considered the idea of people being unable to predict the future as controversial. Climate alarmists were saying they knew what the temperature would be fifty or a hundred years from now, and the evidence simply didn’t support those claims. Having been trained in anthropology, Crichton said he quickly recognized how major elements of modern environmentalism had

become a religion. He said that religious feelings are inherent in human beings, and that whenever those feelings are not being expressed in a church, synagogue, or mosque, they can easily “float off” and attach themselves to other things—like climate change. “A religion is a collective set of beliefs,” Crichton said. Its leaders promote the beliefs and its followers change their lifestyles to match. A person’s total idea of what’s right, what’s wrong, what’s good, and what’s bad ends up being based on their religious values. Crichton said that the religion of climate change even maps

(copies) other religious ideas such as the JudeoChristian doctrine of the Fall, in which the earth used to be an Eden, but then people came along and ruined it. Crichton regretted the fact that climate alarmists were derailing the environmental movement from what it should be focused upon. He said that alarmists turning climate change into a religion was “too bad,” because the world “really needs a good environmental movement… [but] the environmental movement is not doing what it needs to do.” Crichton said we are now being confronted by climate change funda-

mentalists who, like all religious fundamentalists, “are really good at saying, ‘I know the answer and you don’t.’” “Science offers us the only way out of politics,” Crichton said. “If we allow science to become politicized, then we are lost…. We will enter the Internet version of the dark ages, an era of shifting fears and wild prejudices, transmitted to people who don’t know any better. That’s not a good future for the human race.” Kevin Avram Grassroots Alberta

Alberta Bill 17: The fair and family friendly workplaces act I am writing to comment on the efforts by the Government of Alberta to modernize labour legislation in the province and extend it to farm operations. First off, I think the reforms are long overdue and are only catching up to what other jurisdictions, including Saskatchewan, have done in whole or in part. Ending the exemption of farm operations from labour standards and labour relations legislation is something that should have occurred in the 20th century. Providing for the ability of farm workers to unionize simply acknowledges a right they have under Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Those who oppose the relatively modest reforms spelled out in

Bill 17 resort to shrill hyperbole in expressing their opposition. For example, farm workers in Saskatchewan have had the right to unionize since 1945 and no one can claim it’s been a negative factor whatsoever in determining the fate of agriculture or the family farm. People who oppose the right of farm workers to join a union seem to believe they have something to fear and maybe they do, if they’re the kind of employer who doesn’t have fair or respectful employment practices. Workers join unions when they want dignity and respect in the workplace. Even with the passage of Bill 17 the prospect of small groups of farm workers banding together and unionizing seems fairly remote if the

Saskatchewan experience over the last seventy-two years is any indication. Unfortunately economic realities and the relative isolation of farm workers present serious barriers to unionizing farm operations. These barriers can only be overcome if there is some form of sectoral representation and collective bargaining and that is not provided for in Alberta’s Bill 17. The right to unionize is no less integral to a democracy than the right to vote. Opposing legislative recognition of the right to unionize, however symbolic it might be in relation to farm workers in Alberta, is akin to defending the master and servant dynamics of past centuries. It is ironic that opponents use social media platforms to express their pre-19th

century prejudices. In my opinion, the same flaws are present in the arguments against extending minimum labour standards requirements to farm operations. Why should farm operations be exempt when the local garage, grocery store or farm supply outlet aren’t exempt. In the entire supply chain serving farms that produce field crops for shipping and processing only the farm is exempt from m i n i m u m labour standards legislation. This is an a n a c h ro n i s t i c continuation from the time

when the “mom and pop” family farm was the prevailing norm. By the way, mom, pop and other members of the family are exempt from coverage by Bill 17, but why let facts get in the

way of the ideological rantings of those who want democracy for themselves and servitude for others. Sincerely, Hugh Wagner

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Surge in visitors reported at Alberta heritage sites Michelle Pinon Editor

The Victoria Day long weekend saw a huge increase in the number of visitors to Alberta’s heritage sites. One of those sites, the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village, (UCHV) had more than 2,800 visitors over the holiday weekend. Altogether, provincial historic sites, museums and archives, (20 in total) saw a 24 per cent increase. More than 21,100 people celebrated the Victoria Day long weekend, (May 20-22) compared with last year’s May long weekend attendance of 16,078. According to Alberta Culture and Tourism, the largest jump in attendance was at UCHV, an increase of 84 per cent over 2016, mainly attributable to the bad weather in 2016. “I’m thrilled that our historic sites, museums and archives continue to be a big hit with Albertans,” Ricardo Miranda, Minister of Culture and Tourism. “They are great places to

learn, have fun, and connect with the past. This is a true example of how Alberta’s heritage continues to play a vital role in making life better for families and growing Alberta’s tourism sector.” Only two kilometres west of UCHV, Elk Island National Park (EINP)was also busy, with around 2,400 visitors. The weather was absolutely beautiful and many visitors and campers got a glimpse of the new baby bison, and took part in nature walks, interpretive programs and picnics. The total number of visitors for the month in May was more than 33,000 visitors. There was also an increase in the campground of 53 per cent more nights booked last month. One of the programs that has been expanded this year at EINP is the Learn-to Camp (LTC) program. According to Robyn O’Neill, Partnering, Engagement & Communications Officer, “One of the selected hubs for the new program is Edmonton, where the

Learn-to Camp program, based out of EINP, will focus its expanded activities. In addition to the traditional full overnight LTC program, which takes place on June 24 and 25 at EINP, there will also be additional programming through day and outreach activities taking place throughout the summer in Edmonton parks, community centres, and other public spaces. Much of the new programming associated with the expanded LTC program will be of a drop-in nature and free for public participation.” On Sunday, June 25 UCHV will be hosting it’s annual Vintage Day. There will be a spectacular display of vintage cars, trucks, motorcycles and tractors to view. Visitors to UCHV will also be able to catch a glimpse of the Swing Out Edmonton dancers and enjoy the musical talents during the Kalyna Voice competition. Visitors will also be able to enjoy historic and children’s activities as well as traditional Ukrainian food and the

Town of MUNDARE Public Notice TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to the Municipal Government Act, R.S.A 2000, the Council of the Town of Mundare proposes to adopt bylaws 880/17 & 881/17, amendments to the Municipal Development Plan bylaw 824/10 and Land Use Bylaw 825/10 as follows: Bylaw 824/10-Municipal Development Plan -delete section 4.2.2(7) with regards to manufactured homes Bylaw 825/10-Land Use Bylaw -remove manufactured homes as a discretionary use in Residential District R2 -add fencing requirements for those properties in Whitetail Crossing that back onto the Whitetail Crossing golf course Please TAKE NOTICE that on Tuesday, June 20, 2017 at 7:00 p.m., at the Town of Mundare Office located at 5128-50 Street, a public hearing will be held to hear from anyone who feels they may be affected by the proposed amendments. Anyone wishing to be heard either directly or on someone else’s behalf may make oral representation at the public hearing. Written submissions are acceptable and must be delivered prior the public hearing to the administration office at the address indicated above. Submissions must be received in the town office by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, June 16, 2017. A copy of the bylaws can be obtained at the Town Office or on the website For further information, please contact: Colin Zyla, CAO Box 348 5128-50 Street Mundare, AB T0B 3H0 p: 780-764-3929 e-mail:

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From Where I Sit: Last I Heard

By Hazel Anaka Here it is the beginning of June and it looks like we may get last year’s crop harvested and the 2017 crop seeded, minus wet spots, sloughs, mini lakes. Woohoo. It has been a trial. And as always there are some worse off and better off than us. When I stop and take inventory—and I do— we didn’t have a bona fide winter getaway. We nearly had a Vegas quickie with relatives. Not because we’re huge

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Exciting line up of Ukrainian Festivals SUBMITTED ARTICLE By partnering with Ukrainian Festivals across Alberta, the Alberta-Ukrainian Genealogical Project (AUGP) is pleased to celebrate the 125th Anniversary of Ukrainian settlement in Canada! The AUGP exhibit will be part of the Ukrainian Edmonton Heritage Festival, Ukrainian Day (UCHV), and the Babas and Borshch Festival in Lamont. This summer, the AUGP exhibit will include pamphlets, finding aids, a demonstration of its Family History Portal website, and other materials relating to family history research. The final deadline has past for applicants to the Centenary Pioneer

Recognition Program, but we are prepared and look forward to assisting visitors with learning about their family history. We hope you have the opportunity to find us and discover some enlightening information!. The annual Edmonton Heritage Festival is an opportunity to sample tasty food, watch performances, and learn about other cultures. Over 100 countries, including Ukraine, are represented at 71 pavilions. Admission to the festival is free and performances take place on more than 25 stages in Hawrelak Park. AUGP is pleased to partner with this festival and add a family history flavor to the event. AUGP is pleased to

partner with the Ukrainian Canadian Congress, Alberta Provincial Council in this annual celebration of Ukrainian cultural heritage, including dance, food, music and demonstrations. This event marks the culmination of our year as plaques for 2016 nomnees are unveiled and certificates are bestowed for 2017 nominees at the Bandshell. Take a tour of the historical farms, rural community, and townsite and experience live interpretation or take part in crafts, displays, and performances. The annual Babas and Borshch festival takes place in Lamont this year, and features displays, demonstrations, its popular borshch cook-off, and a lively

New federal PC leader chosen SUBMITTED ARTICLE Conservative members from all regions of Canada elected the party’s new leader on Saturday, May 27, the youngest Speaker in Canadian history who served during the previous government, the MP for Regina Qu’appelle in Saskatchewan, Andrew Scheer. “I am excited that Conservative members elected Andrew to lead our movement into the next election. He, his family, and his team ran exactly the kind of campaign they set out to do: Andrew focused on the issues that unite us, on the future, and on Conservative principles and values,” said Shannon Stubbs, MP for Lakeland. “Conservative members and MPs are looking forward to working with Andrew to grow our party, and to earn the confidence of Canadians.” Stubbs has been an active member of Scheer’s leadership team since he launched his bid, along with 24 of her Conservative colleagues. Stubbs’ riding of Lakeland gave Scheer the second highest level of support of Alberta ridings represented by MPs. “Andrew positively articulates core Conservative values low taxes for every day

Canadians, their families and businesses, responsible government that puts needs before wants, balanced budgets, the rights of victims over criminals, strong and SUBMITTED PHOTO p r i n c i p l e d Lakeland MP Shannon Stubbs con foreign poli- gratulates new PC Party Leader cy, and indi- Andrew Scheer. vidual rights and freedoms. Andrew’s strongest when we work success confirms all together. The 2015 eleckinds of Conservatives tion didn’t turn out the are at home in our party: way we hoped, but we fiscal, social, libertarian, emerged strong, with 99 populist, and progres- MPs, and Rona Ambrose sive. More Canadians built an effective and Official voted in this leadership assertive contest than in any polit- Opposition to hold the ical party’s leadership Liberals to account. I’m race in history, and the confident Andrew will Conservative party is continue to be the voice stronger than ever for Canadian taxpayers and, like Diefenbaker before.” Scheer won with a slim once said, for “the commargin of 50.95% to mon man”, because he is 49.05% on the final bal- one,” said MP Stubbs. Scheer hosted his first lot. Scheer received broad based support National Caucus meetfrom members, earning ing on Monday, meeting 59% of support from pro- with all Conservative gressive and centrist MPs members together supporters of Erin in Ottawa. The 38 year O’Toole, Lisa Raitt and old leader was first electMichael Chong, and 57% ed in 2004, and he is marof the points won by ried to Jill Scheer. They five children, social conservative can- have Madeline, didate Brad Trost. Scheer Thomas, also won the overall pop- Grace, Henry and Mary, who was born just after ular vote with 53%. “Conservatives are the 2015 election.


Radomir Bilash, Co-ordinator of the Alberta-Ukrainian Genealogical Project, (far right), looks up some information during the 2016 Babas & Borshch Ukrainian Festival in Andrew. zabava. Ukrainians and non-Ukrainians alike enjoy the sights, smells, and sounds of Ukrainian culture throughout the weekend. The AUGP partners with this festival to engage the public

in learning about their family history. The Centenary Pioneer Recognition Program has been in operation since 2003. The AUGP is in its last year and the final unveiling of plaques will

occur in 2018. Pioneers included on the monument were not required to be of Ukrainian origin, just residents of East Central Alberta prior to 1915.

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“And So The Adventure Begins”

“Advice to future graduates and fellow classmates: Work hard because it takes hard work to be successful.” Tyra Shulko

“Advice to future graduates and fellow classmates: Challenge yourself and push your boundaries.” Dawson Danyluk

“Advice to future graduates and fellow classmates: Always reach for the stars and never forget all of your friends and family.” Bryce Hrehorets

“Advice: Donʼt mess around. Schooling is very important to help determine what your future will hold.” Ryan Leliuk

“Advice: School is important. Pay attention in class and take advantage

of what is given to you. Life gets harder when you graduate. Allow teachers to help you.” Ryan Zukiwski Andrew School Principal TJ Kennerd, wearing glasses, and Assistant Principal Greg Cruickshank had the honour of presenting graduation certificates to the recipients. Words of advice were also given by Guest Speaker and former teacher Betty Farris, who taught all five of the graduates in Grade 1. Elk Island Public Schools Trustee and former student Colleen Holowaychuk addressed the graduates as well as former student and former Premier of Alberta Ed Stelmach. Village of Andrew Mayor Heather Tait encouraged grads to be free thinkers during her address. EIPS Acting Superintendent Eileen Zimmerman was also in attendance. Brett Hyrnevich and Keaton Kuich gave the message from student council to the graduates.

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Andrew Graduation Speakers offer enlightenment Michelle Pinon Editor The 2017 Andrew School graduation class was the smallest in over 70 years, but they were no less important and the celebration was just as momentus for the five students who walked across the stage to receive their diplomas on Saturday, June 3. The atmosphere was very relaxed and it seemed more like a family reunion rather than a formal graduation. Ironically, three of the featured speakers had also received their high school diplomas from Andrew School. The first of those three speakers was Elk Island Public Schools trustee Colleen Holowaychuk, who stood on the very same stage 27 years ago to receive her high school diploma. “I just want to share a little story about a few months ago with you. I have to say that I was very torn about this grad as I have another family event happening today. I struggled because I really wanted to be here and still needed to attend my other event. However, a few months ago I ran into Dawson and his sister in Walmart. We got chatting about grad and he asked if I was coming, I told him the situation and that I might ask another trustee to attend on my behalf, which was

tough as those of you who know me, know how dear this school is to me. “His reaction was probably one of the best things I’ve experienced as a trustee. He said “Really? I really wanted you to be there and to speak at my grad. “I think as a trustees we often wonder if the students we try to make the best decisions for everyday even know who we are let alone want us to attend their graduation. “Well in that moment, struggling through, I admit, a few tears of pride, I knew my answer… All I said was “I’ll be there! I’ll make it work! “I realized that we do make a difference in the lives of the students our decisions affect every day and in more than just the classroom. Thank you Dawson for reminding me of that. Just wanted to share as it will stay near and dear to me as one of the most special moments of being of a trustee!” For former Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach it had been 46 years since he sat on the stage and received his high school diploma. “I would like to offer you my sincere congratulations. You should be very proud of your achievements.” Stelmach also told the graduates that unexpected things can happen, and to deal with those situations as

best they can. He was ready to go into law school when his brother died unexpectedly, and he returned to the homestead to farm with his wife Marie. “All four of our children graduated from here,” said Stelmach that reminded the grads that just because they come from a small community doesn’t mean they can’t achieve great things. Guest Speaker Betty Farris, told the crowd she, too, graduated from Andrew School. That was in 1971. She also taught in the school for 30 years before retiring. “It was the same school. It was the same stage, although it was not as well decorated and we weren’t as well dressed, but we were there,” said Farris. “I am honored to be your Principal and honoured to work in this unique community. Although the journey has been hard you have passed through with style and graduated. I really hope you appreciate the wonderful things you have learned and take them with you into the future. There is no real magic formula for success in life, indeed the things you have learned here are the basic building blocks of your future life,” stated TJ Kennerd. • “First off you have had a target of achieving graduation all through school

which you have achieved with the grades you require. “To achieve those grades you will have worked very hard while using the knowledge of expert teachers, mentors and educational assistants. “Here and there you have made sacrifices that seemed a little unfair at the time. The hard work that we all here at school have observed is truly inspiring. You also, with help, love and support of your family will have balanced your life with pursuits and family life. This is the best way to live your life.

Former Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach

“Today you get to celebrate the results of all your efforts. You really deserve to have your moment. I hope you all have fun in your celebrations but please stay safe. “The future will be your own making which is a great thing given the kind of people you are and the lessons you have learned. I really do encourage you to set goals you are passionate

about, work hard, get feedback from those you respect, maintain your own personal integrity and help other people. “I urge you to keep your family close to you. They are the ones who have been with you all the way and they will be there no matter what happens in the future. There is no substitute for the love of your family.”


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“All your dreams can come true, if you have the courage to pursue them”

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Band Aid means new instruments for two EIPS schools SUBMITTED ARTICLE Mundare School and Vegreville Composite High are two of only eight Alberta schools receiving grant funds via the national program. This program provides almost $800,000 in new instruments for schools across Canada. “Music education in schools is very important,” says Liane Schultz, Mundare School principal. “This is a great opportunity for children in our school to both receive instruments and to express their creativity together.” Mundare School received $10,000 and Vegreville Composite High, $5,000 in grants for instruments that help to make music more accessible to students in these schools. In Mundare, the school has purchased a class set

of Orff xylophones and metallophones, about 50 small percussion instruments for elementary music, and new flutes, trumpets and trombones for band. At the school in Vegreville, the band now has a new piccolo, tuba and alto saxophone. Maureen Yule is the music and band teacher for both schools and is excited at the opportunity new instruments will provide. “Receiving this grant is amazing.” says Yule. “There is a lot of value in educating through music. I look forward to using the new instruments in our classes and really celebrate the many skills of our students.” The grants allowed the schools to upgrade some of the old inventory that is wearing out. “We have a very strong band program at the

school,” says Barclay Spady, principal at Vegreville Composite High. “New instruments

will help us enhance our learning environment and this opportunity will help reinforce student’s

interest in music.” The instruments are already purchased and being used at each

school. And students are excited at the opportunity to learn music through instrument performance.

SUBMITTED PHOTO Students from Mundare School display the new Orff xylophones, metallophones and other percussion and band instruments purchased through the Band Aid grant from MusiCounts. Students Dylan, Claudia and Christina from Vegreville Composite High show off the schoolʼs new trombone, alto-sax and piccolo.

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Sunday, June 4 was the perfect day for a car show, and the line up of hot rods, classic and antique vechicles, cool trucks and muscle cars did not disappoint the crowd of around 1,500 people at the Chipman Car Crafters 17th annual Show ʻnʼ Shine. According to club spokesman Alf Zips, there were a total of 306 registered vehicles, an estimated total of 360 vehicles, great entertainment, 12-15 vendors and several concessions operating throughout the day for the enthusiastic and hungry crowd that was scattered throughout the community.

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Classifieds ________________________ ANNOUNCEMENTS ANNOUNCEMENTS ________________________ There will be a Memorial Service for Cindy (Laura Ann) Bird on June 17 at 1 p.m. at the Viking Alliance Church. Lunch to follow. 22-23p ________________________ COMING EVENTS EVENTS COMING ________________________ VIKING FARMERS MARKET Regular market 2 - 4 p.m. Thursday, June 8 and 15. June 15 - serving pie for Father’s Day week. Vikings in the Streets Market Saturday, June 17 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. No market June 22. Regular market June 29. Contact Evelyn at 780-592-2431 or Irene 780-336-4707. 11tfnc ________________________ BARDO CEMETERY CLEANUP, Wednesday, June 14, 2017. Cleanup at 10 am with AGM to follow. Please bring bagged lunch. Contact: Lawrence 780-6797315 TM21-22c ________________________ Viking Minor Hockey Annual General Meeting & Early Registration Night June 15, 2017 @ 7pm at the Viking Hall. Attendance is mandatory to receive a discount on 2017/18 fees. 20-23c ________________________ Kinsella Annual Cemetery Clean-up June 14, starting 9 a.m. Pot luck. 22p ________________________ There will be a bridal shower for Krista Lansing at the Viking Elk’s Hall on June 10 from 3-5 p.m. Everyone welcome. 21-22c ________________________ Bruce Cemetery Day Monday, June 12, 1 p.m. Meeting to follow at Community Center. Bring a friend. 21-22p ________________________ FOR LEASE LEASE FOR ________________________ 2,000 SQ FT commercial building C1 with live in quarters and out sheds. Solid building, many upgrades. Excellent location, main street Holden. $700/month plus utilities. Call: 780-318-1990. TM22-23p ________________________ FOR RENT RENT FOR ________________________ Approx 70 acres pasture for rent. East of Viking on 619. NW 29-47-12-W4 Call 587256-0430 22tfnp ________________________

________________________ FOR RENT RENT FOR ________________________ Viking - Triplex 5022 58th Ave. 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom. Close to hospital. $800 per month plus utilities. No smoking. No pets. 587-256-0430 01tfnc ________________________ 2 bedroom, 1 bath townhouse in Tofield. Available July 1st. Adult only, no smoking, small pets considered. Attached heated garage. Utilities, washer & dryer all included. $1,100/month. Call: 778212-0616. TM22-23p ________________________ Viking: 4831 53 Ave. 2 bedroom house. Furnished. Long term or short term. For more info call 780-3850173 22-23p ________________________ For Rent in Chipman - 3 bedroom mobile home. Call 780-405-2511 for more info. LL07tfnc ________________________ 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 ________________________ 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 ________________________ 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 ________________________ House for Rent 4522 54 Ave. Tofield. Incentives offered. Available now. Five Bedrooms 2 and 1/2 baths, fenced yard. Double car garage. No pets. Contact 780-662-2687 or 780-2893520 for details. TM41tfnp ________________________ 3 bedroom town house for rent in Viking,. 780-2540130 14tfnc ________________________

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________________________ 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 ________________________

2004 Fifth Wheel Citation Supreme Model 29CKS. Loaded with all options. 2 slides, Oak interior. Has been parked in a permanent site since new. Excellent condition. $19,500.00 or OBO. Phone: 780-467-6839 TM22p ________________________ SCHOOL BUS for sale. For more information contact Larry Campbell 780-6798796 or Check BRSD website TM21-22c ________________________ Green & yellow peas, fababeans and wheat seed for sale. Call: 780-405-8089. TM17tfnc ________________________ Mobile Home - Single Wide 1987 Atco 10' x 52', with 2 x adjoined Atco trailers 24' x 52' total in a 'T' shape. 6 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, laundry, open living and dining room. Cost $1,000, obo and complete removal of all three trailers. Phone 780-318-0679 for pictures or site visit. TM19-22p ________________________ GARAGE SALE GARAGE SALE ________________________ BRUCE COMMUNITY WIDE GARAGE SALE SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. SUNDAY, JUNE 11, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Treasures to be found for all ages!!! 22c ________________________

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________________________ HELP WANTED WANTED HELP ________________________ SAFETY STARTS HERE TRAINING CENTRE • First Aid - CPR AED (AB & BC) • Standard First Aid • Emergency First Aid • Child Care First Aid • HCP First Aid • H2S Alive (Enform) • Ground Disturbance (Global) • Confined Space Entry • CSTS • PST • TDG • WHMIS • Flagger Training Phone (780) 608-1434 ________________________ Caregiver needed for adult male with Down Syndrome. To provide day to day support Monday to Friday from 8 am to 4 pm. Must provide a criminal check and have first aid certification. Call 780-662-3312 for more info. TM19-22p ________________________ Waterfowl hunting guide in Tofield/Vegreville area. September and October 2017 position available, $4,000-$6,000/month. Some experience required. Evenings and weekends. Room and board provided. Contact Blaine Burns at Black Dog Outfitters 780203-2876 or, check it out at TM13-22p ________________________ Live in housekeeper. Light cooking, housekeeping duties. Prefer a lady 65-70 years of age. Non-smoker, non-drinker. Room and board included. Wage negotiable. Acreage in Tofield area. Please send resume to: Box 1541, Vegreville, AB T9C 1S7. TM15-22p ________________________ 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 ________________________ For Sale - Two 2 yr old Purebred Black Angus bulls. Low birth weights. Semen tested. Call for more details 780-385-4411 or 780336-2011. Leave message if no answer. CP14tfn

________________________ MEMORIAL MEMORIAL ________________________ CHOMIK, Stanley (Stan) In loving memory of Stan July 12, 1920 - June 7, 2001 So many things have happened In the 16 years you were called away. So many things to share with you Had you been left to stay. Every day in some small way Memories of you come our way. Though absent, you are always near Still so missed, loved, and always dear. Forever in our hearts... Love Olga and your family 22p ________________________ 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 ________________________ SERVICES SERVICES ________________________ Roy’s Handyman Services. Flooring, trim work, basement finishing, decks, fences, kitchen cabinet installs and carpentry work. 780-662-0146 or 780-2323097. TMtfn ________________________ Massage and Reflexology 1 hour treatments. Call: Marge 780-662-3066. TM35tfnc ________________________

________________________ SERVICES SERVICES ________________________ DB LANDSCAPING, yard & skid steer services. Call Dustin 780-919-7743. Thanks! TM17tfnc ________________________ Carpet and upholstery cleaning - residential and commercial. Truck mount unit, sewer back-up, and flood cleaning. Auto and RV cleaning. Call Glenn and Cindi Poyser, Fancy Shine Auto and Carpet Care at (780) 384-3087, Sedgewick. CPtfn ________________________ Straight Line Fencing Custom Fencing - All types. We also remove old fencing. Clearing of bush. Also selling Liquid Feed. Mark Laskosky 780-990-7659. tfnc ________________________ Ritchie’s Painting Co. Professional Interior/ Exterior Commercial & Residential Painting. Spray Painting & Cabinet Refinishing. Call Jason in Viking, AB today for a future estimate - Cell: 780-254-0166 or Home: 780-254-0700. 35tfnc ________________________ THANK YOU THANK YOU ________________________ The family of Lars Rude would like to thank all who helped us celebrate our “Good Ol’ Dad’s” life. We want to thank Dr. Hackett and the caring nursing staff at the hospital who took such good care of him. Thanks also to Layne at Weber Funeral Home for helping us make the arrangements as easily as possible. Sincerely Gladys Rude and family TM22p ________________________ Continued on Page 16

Display AD PINOY’S CLEANING AND JANITORIAL SERVICES “For all your Cleaning Needs” Residential and Commercial Grass Cutting & Yardwork 780-385-4154 Elizabeth F. Andersen Director/Owner SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 09tfn ________________________



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Long-time Lamont resident Sue Strumelak had thousands of items up for sale in the annual Town Wide Garage sale on Saturday, June 3. Strumelak, pooled her items along with several family members to offer up more than 1,000 items. She was one of many people participating in the event.

Blanket Alberta Ads take approximately 10 days to process _______________________________ AUCTIONS AUCTIONS _______________________________ COLLECTOR CAR AUCTION! 10th Annual Calgary Premier Collector Car Auction. Grey Eagle Resort & Casino, Calgary, AB, June 16-18. Time to consign, all makes & models welcome. 1-888-296-0528 ext. 102;; _______________________________ COMPLETE DISPERSAL/Real Estate Auction for Wayne Worthing. Trucks, tractor, sea cans, belting, tools, miscellaneous, land (160 acres). June 17, Saturday, 9 a.m., Wainwright, Alberta. 780-842-5666; _______________________________ FARM AUCTION for Wilhurst Ranch. Saturday, June 10, 10 a.m. Tractors, trucks, farm equipment, granaries, tools. Islay, Alberta. Scribner Auction 780-842-5666. Pictures & listing _______________________________ AUCTION FOR Beverly McCracken. June 11, 10 a.m. SE of Entwistle, AB, just south of Trestle Creek Golf Resort. Machinists, welders, farmers, mechanics, gardeners. Don't miss this sale! See details at 780-967-3375 / 780-903-9393. _______________________________ EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES OPPORTUNITIES _______________________________ INTERESTED IN the Community Newspaper business? Alberta's weekly newspapers are looking for people like you. Post your resume online. FREE. Visit: _______________________________ MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION! In-demand career! Employers have work-at-home positions available. Get online training you need from an employer-trusted program. Visit: or 1-855-768-3362 to start training for your work-at-home career today!


EQUIPMENT FORSALE SALE EQUIPMENT FOR _______________________________ A-STEEL SHIPPING CONTAINERS. 20', 40' & 53' 40' insulated reefers/freezers. Modifications in offices, windows, doors, walls, as office, living workshop, etc., 40' flatrack/bridge. 1-866-528-7108; _______________________________ FEED SEED FEEDAND AND SEED EARLY VARIETIES. AC Juniper Oats. Busby & Sundre Barley. AAC Peace River Field Peas (earliest yellow pea). Early One Polish Canola (one month earlier); 403-5562609. _______________________________ HEATED CANOLA buying Green, Heated or Springthrashed Canola. Buying: oats, barley, wheat & peas for feed. Buying damaged or offgrade grain. "On Farm Pickup" Westcan Feed & Grain, 1-877-250-5252. _______________________________ FOR SALE FOR SALE _______________________________ METAL ROOFING & SIDING. 37+ colours available at over 55 Distributors. 40 year warranty. 48 hour Express Service available at select supporting Distributors. Call 1-888-2638254. _______________________________ BEAUTIFUL SPRUCE TREES 4-6 feet, $35 each. Machine planting: $10/tree (includes bark mulch and fertilizer). 20 tree minimum order. Delivery fee $75-$125/ order. Quality guaranteed. 403-820-0961. _______________________________ SAWMILLS from only $4,397 - Make Money & save money with your own bandmill. Cut lumber any dimension. In stock ready to ship. Free info & D V D : 1-800-566-6899 ext: 400OT.

The deadline for Blanket Classifieds is Wednesday at 4 p.m.

Continued from Page _______________________ THANK YOU THANK YOU _______________________ Doris Marko and her family would like to thank the wonderful doctors, nurses and staff of the Viking Health Centre for the compassionate care given to Stan while he was in the hospital during his recent illness. Your kind and gentle ways were very appreciated. We would also like to thank all the people who brought food to the house, for all the flowers given, and all the donations given to different charities of your choices. Your kindness will not be forgotten. To Earl and Rose Mae Kjelland, thank you for your kindness and caring during such a difficult time. You are wonderful people, and we thank you for making this a little easier on us all. Thank you to Father Luan Vu for the wonderful service, Ruth Maker for the music, and Bob Wesley for singing. Thank you to my brother Bob Williams for singing at the gravesite. That meant the world to all of us. Thank you to Donna Brook for the delicious lunch that was held after the service. To all of you who attended the service, and leant your shoulders for hugs, and told your stories of Stan and what a wonderful man he was, we all truly appreciate it, more than you know. Doris Marko and family 22p

_______________________ TOGIVE GIVE AWAY TO AWAY _______________________ Free - Six kittens and one mother cat. 1-587-988-6161 22p


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These blanket classified ads are produced through a joint agreement by The Community Press, Viking Weekly Review, Lamont Leader, Tofield Mercury and Alberta Weekly Newspaper Association (AWNA). These ads appear in all AWNA member papers (120 papers) for the cost of $269.00 (+gst) for the first 25 words, $8.00 per word over 25. To place a blanket classified, call a CARIBOU PUBLISHING representative at 780-385-6693 or email _______________________________ HEALTH HEALTH _______________________________ CANADA BENEFIT GROUP Attention Alberta residents: Do you suffer from a disability? Get up to $40,000 from the Canadian Government. Toll free 1-888-511-2250 or _______________________________ MANUFACTURED HOMES MANUFACTURED HOMES _______________________________ CROSS COUNTRY HOMES. Summer Clearance, all 20 X 76 show homes, over $15,000 in savings. Or design your dream home. New show homes now open. Visit us in Acheson. 7804 7 0 8 0 0 0 ; _______________________________ WE ARE "Your Total Rural Housing Solution" - It's time to let go & clear out our Inventory. Save on your Modular/Manufactured Home. Visit: or _______________________________ REAL REAL ESTATE ESTATE UNDEVELOPED RESIDENTIAL LOT - Westlock, Alberta. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Unreserved Auction, June 14 in Edmonton. West Air Estates. 1.93+/- Title Acres. Taxiway access from the lot to the runway. Jerry Hodge: 780-706-6652; Brokerage: All West Realty Ltd.; _______________________________ 5,600 +/- SQ FT SHOP & Office Building - Whitecourt, Alberta. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Unreserved Auction, June 14 in Edmonton. Roszko Construction Limited. 1.38 +/- Title Acres. Jerry Hodge: 780-706-6652; Brokerage: All West Realty Ltd.; _______________________________ 5,600 +/- SQ FT SHOP & Office Building - Whitecourt, Alberta. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Unreserved Auction, June 14 in Edmonton. Roszko Construction Limited. 1.38 +/- Title Acres. Jerry Hodge: 780-706-6652; Brokerage: All West Realty Ltd.;

_______________________________ REAL REAL ESTATE ESTATE _______________________________ 22 PARCELS OF FARMLAND Fawcett, Alberta. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Unreserved Auction, June 14, Edmonton. 302.8 +/- title acres. Jerry Hodge: 780-706-6652; Brokerage: All West Realty Ltd.; _______________________________ LAKE FRONT FARMLAND - Breton, Alberta. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Unreserved Auction, June 14 in Edmonton. West Air Estates. 162.74+/Title Acres. $6294 +/- Surface lease revenue. Jerry Hodge: 780-706-6652; Brokerage: All West Realty Ltd.; _______________________________ 1 GRAZING LEASE - Boyle, Alberta. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Unreserved Auction, June 14, Edmonton. 428.01 +/- acres. $3000 surface lease revenue. Jerry Hodge: 780-706-6652; Brokerage: All West Realty Ltd.;

_______________________________ REAL REAL ESTATE ESTATE _______________________________ 1280 +/- SQ FT MANUFACTURED HOME - Leduc, Alberta. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Unreserved Auction, June 14 in Edmonton. 1991 Triple E Homes Ltd., 16 X 80 ft., 2 bedrooms. Jerry Hodge: 780-706-6652; _______________________________ STAGE COACH INN & Strip Mall Duchess, Alberta. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Unreserved Auction, July 20 in Lethbridge. 16 room hotel, separate reception & manager's residence and 4 Bay Commercial Strip Mall. Jerry Hodge: 780-706-6652; Brokerage: All West Realty Ltd.; _______________________________ PRAIRIESKY ROYALTY LTD. is a publicly-traded company in Calgary that acquires oil & gas fee title and royalty interests at fair market value. To receive a cash offer, call 587-293-4055 or visit

_______________________________ REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE _______________________________ PRIVATELY OWNED pasture, hayland and grainland available in small and large blocks in Saskatchewan. Please contact Doug at 306-716-2671 or for further details. _______________________________

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Bruderheim outhouse races ready to roll July 1 Michelle Pinon Editor

It was a crazy idea. But no matter how crazy it seemed, Doug Maschmeyer and Virginia Differenz convinced Bruderheim Mayor Karl Hauch and the rest of town council to go along with the idea of hosting outhouse races on Queen Street during Canada Day activities on Saturday, July 1st. The Bruderheim couple were travelling last summer in the Yukon when they saw a poster advertising The Great Klondike Outhouse Race, and thought it would be a lot of fun to try the idea out in Bruderheim. “We already have between six and eight registrants,” stated Differenz. Town council has also put out the challenge to other municipal-

ities in the area to participate. In fact, anyone who wants to sign up can. A full listing of the rules and regulations are available, and everyone is encouraged to join in the fun. “Every team that participates will receive a prize,” added Maschmeyer, with a friendly smile. It will be a great addition to the line up of activities for Canada Day, and the outhouse races will be held after the parade is over Saturday morning. Canada Day festivities will kick off July 1 with a pancake breakfast, sponsored by the Bruderheim Fire Department at the community hall from 8 10 a.m. The Parade is scheduled to start at 11 a.m. and will go from Walker School down Queen Street to the Victoria Hotel. After the parade you can enjoy a piece of strawberry

shortcake in the community hall or head over to the gazebo area for various family based activities. There will be a clown and caricature artists available from 12 Noon to 4 p.m. The Bruderheim Lioness Club will operate the concession during those hours, and there will be a fire brigade activity as well as a Chili Cook off in the afternoon as well. Ten Cent Lift is the featured band during the evening concert that will go from 7 -11 p.m. Proceeds of the concert will go towards the skate park project. Of course, no Canada Day would be complete without fireworks that can be viewed from the agricultural grounds. For more information on any of the Canada Day activities please contact the Town of Bruderheim.


Bruderheim Mayor Karl Hauch and his team of volunteers and perspective participants are ready to take on any and all challengers. Registration deadline is fast approaching, as the outhouse races will be featured right after the Canada Day Parade on July 1. Many of the activities will be hosted by the recreation and culture board of which, volunteer Raven Lohse, (far left), is a part of. Standing behind her is Mayor Hauch, and standing beside her is Coun. Pat Lee. Flanking Lee, inside the outhouse, are: Nevaeh Vargo, Natalie Skousbol, and Grace Schlosser, with boys Wyatt and Alex Bartz in the front. On the right, holding the bar is Deputy Mayor Judy Schueler and to her right is Coun. Virginia Differenz.


Lamont County road construction crews have been working on an access road just north of Highway 15 to the Heartland water reservoir. The access road will allow truck traffic to turn on and off Range Road 202 instead of Highway 15 which is extremely congested with high volumes of traffic daily. Depending on the weather, crews are hoping to have the road completed by the end of this week.

Town of Lamont

LARGE ITEM ROUNDUP Do you have large items and no way of discarding them? The Town of Lamont will be having a Large Item Round-Up:

June 13 & 15, 2017 The Town will pick up your large items at no charge!!! St. Michael Regional Landfill fees $10 for Fridge or Freezer apply.

You must register your items in advance at the Town office by:


Around 15 volunteers with the Lamont Fish & Game Association held a tree planting day on Saturday, May 27 at the Lamont Trout Pond. The group planted 250 trees around the pond. Spruce, pine, poplar and dogwood trees were planted, and members plan to continue the conservation initiative in the years to come.

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Location: From Bawlf go 3.5 miles north on Hwy. # 854 to Twp. Rd. #462 & then go ¾ mile west; OR from the Hwy. #26 & Hwy. # 854 intersection go 4 miles south to Twp. Rd. #462 & then ¾ mile west. Gate Sign: 17568 Twp.Rd.#462. SW-18-46-17W4

SATURDAY, JUNE 17/17 – 10 AM





●1999 Buick LeSabre Custom 4 door car, loaded, 150,043 km’s., 3.8 Liter V6 motor, vg. condition.

●2003 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 ext. cab truck, ●1970 Case 1070 tractor w/ Leon 707 FEL & bale spear, 101 hp., 9,672 hours, 4 hydraulics, powershift, 18.4 X 38 tires, duals, shedded. ●1949 Massey Harris 44 Special tractor, gas.

●Two horse Democrat 4 seat carriage.


FARM RELATED ●1988 Case IH 3650 round baler, monitor, twin tie. ●JD 5000 Watt continuous,generator, like new. ●Homemade 22 ft. long X 8 ft. wide gooseneck trailer w/ single acting hydraulic dump / tilt.

●2 Horse homemade chuckwagon carriage. ●One horse Democrat carriage. ●2 Horse 2 seat & 4 seat carriages. ●One horse bobsleigh / cutter. ● (4) – 2 round heavy duty bale feeders. ●Single round bale heavy duty feeder. ●Pearson cattle squeeze & palpation cage. ●Homemade maternity gate w/ headgate. ●Little Giant black poly water trough. animal clippers. ●Hay tarp anchors. ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES ●●Stewart (2) - Saddles.●Saddle stands. ●Martingale. ●Case Deluxe Farm set w/ Case 930 tractor, ●New single horse harness. ●Rodeo chaps. manure spreader, 4 bottom plow, disc, & wagon. ●New horse blanket. ●Horse hoof trimmer. ●Moffat Stove Co. #118 wood burning stove. ●Bull rider & bareback rigging. ●Saddle bags. ●Chrome step chair w/ (2) matching chairs. ●Large assortment of leather, tooling etc. ●New Era Rope Machine rope maker. ●Dolls. ●Brass calf dehorners.●Branding pot.●Spurs. ●Treadle sewing machine. ●Cistern hand pump. ●Old harness. ●Buggy hardware. ●Bullwhip. ●(16) - Community History books. ●Cast iron toys. ●Calf halters. ●Show sticks. ●Semen tank. ●Calgary Stampede posters. ●Drop leaf table. ●Bridles. ●Collars. ●Lariets. ●Calf sled. ●Creamcans. ●Cream separator. ●Enamelware. MISCELLANEOUS ●Metal player table top hockey game. ●Kid’s sled. ●Tins & bottles.●Crocks.●Sealers.●Cigarette tins. ●Lund 14 ft. aluminum boat w/ trailer. ●Spinning wheel.●Captain’s chair.●Rocking chair. ●Lo-Liner 15 ft. travel trailer. ●Canvas tent. ●Glass fire extinguisher. ●High chair. ●Suitcases. ●1974 JD JDX6 snowmobile – not running. ●License plate paired sets.●Apple box.●Nail keg. ●Purple Martin bird house. ●Safe w/ keys. ●World War II memorabilia. ●Stained glass door. ●New ½ hp. sump pump. ●Metal toy wagon. ●Chain link dog kennel. ●China dishes. ●Beacon barn lantern. ●Bicycles. ●Sad irons. ●Sta-lox building blocks. ●Square American logs. ●Fishing rods & tackle.●Chicken plucker. ●Wooden baseball bats. ●Wooden school desk. ●Silvertone elec. guitar. ●Adamas accordion. ●Antique radio. ●Philco record player. ●Phone. ●Home gym. ●Traps. ●PLUS MORE!! ●IH 14’ disc, smooth blades. ●16’ Hay wagon. ●14’ Deep tillage cultivator. ●10’ Drill fill auger. ●Homemade 10’ front blade. ●Receiver hitches. ●6’ Trail type rough cut mower. ●Electric fencer. ● 300 & 500 Gal. fuel tanks. ●Rifle scabbard. ●100 & 135 Gallon slip tanks w/ hand pumps. ●1 Bottom walking plows. ●350 Gallon poly tank. ●Galvanized water tank. ●8’ X 10’ galvanized tin. ●Hay moisture tester. ●Electric fence posts.

G.S.T. Will Be Charged Where Applicable

Auctioneers Dwayne Dunkle Cal Herder AB License #209769

4X4, 309,611 km., A/C, tool box, automatic, gas. ●1989 Ford F-150 truck, 345,681 km., 4X4, auto. ●1970 Chevrolet C/30 1 ton truck, manual trans., 4F/1R, electric over hydraulic motor.

●JD D140 ride-on lawn tractor, 56 hrs, 48”, 22 hp. ●JD 115 ride-on lawn tractor, 42” deck, 19 hp. ●MTD Yard Machines rototiller w/ 5 hp. motor. ●JD 826 snowblower w/ 8 hp. electric start motor. ●Yardman self propelled push mower w/ rear bagger. ● (2) - Push mowers 1 w/ rear bagger. ●Round wooden picnic table w/ (4) - benches. ●Wooden kid’s lawnchairs. ●Stihl weedeater. ●Garden hose w/ reel. ●Wheelbarrow.

SHOP EQUIPMENT & TOOLS ●Peter Wright anvil w/ cutter.●16 speed drill press. ●Oxy acetylene torch & bottles. ●Booster cables. ●Forney 110 Volt air compressor. ●Air impact. ●Lincoln 180 welder & cables.●Jet 3/4” socket set. ●Beach 6 drawer metal tool chest. ●Craftsman ½” metric & imperial socket sets. ●Tradesmith 18V cordless drill kit. ●Turbo heater. ●Dewalt ⅜” & Hitachi ½” electric drills. ●Meatsaw. ●Dewalt 7¼” skilsaw. ●37” Wood lathe. ●Dewalt scroll & reciprocating saws. ●Ext. ladder. ●Skil ⅓ hp. bench grinder. ●Beaver tablesaw. ●Makita 4” & Bosch 7” angle grinders. ●Pipe, crescent, & open end wrenches. ●Hot air paint remover tool. ●Vacuum pump. ●Auto darkening helmet. ●Hand mitre saw. ●2 Ton floor jack. ●Leather punch. ●Gear pullers. ●Pressure washer. ●Block & tackle. ●Chisel set. ●Battery chargers. ●Welding rods.●Halogen light. ●Scoop shovels.●Pitchfork.●Clawbars.●Drill bits. ●Creeper. ●Crowbar. ●Post maul. ●Dolly. ●Axe. ●Jigsaws. ●Hand drill. ●Hand saws. ●Jackalls. Auctioneer’s Note: There is a great variety of items UP4BIDS with something here for everyone. For further info. call Laurie @ (780)-781-5297 OR Dunkle Auctions @ 1-(877)UP4BIDS (874-2437).

This List Subject to Additions and Deletions

BOX 545 CASTOR, AB. Sale Site/Sale Day:(780) 679-4518 & (403) 740-6251 Tel & Fax: 1-(877) 874-2437(UP4BIDS)

The "SOUND" that "SELLS”

Cashiers Carol Freimark Leigha Neal Pam Dunkle

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Killam & District Agricultural Society presents

Killam Indoor Rodeo h t 6 4 ual Ann 17

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Stock provided by Thompson Rodeo

Two days of old-fashioned family fun & activities..... Come out and join us!

Designed & Printed by The Community Press

Friday & Saturday, June 16 & 17 Family Night

Pancake Breakfast

Beef Supper - 4 - 7 pm at the Killam Agriplex

Sponsored by Wild Rose Co-op 7 - 10:30 am at Killam Agriplex Hosted by the Killam Cyclones

Hosted by the Jr. B Wheat Kings

Rodeo Performance

7 pm

Killam Memorial Arena

Intermission - Mutton Busting To Register call 780-385-8812 Flagstaff School Students FREE Admission

Beer Gardens Killam Agriplex Multi-Purpose Room

Fireworks at Sundown Killam illam Ball Diamonds

Rodeo Slack Enjoy your breakfast while watching the FREE Rodeo Slack performance! Team Roping, Steer Wrestling, Barrel Racing.

Starts 8 am until 10:30 am

Parade and Blacktop Bonanza Hosted by the Killam Chamber of Commerce Parade begins at 11 am Main Street Events from Noon - 4 pm For more information, call Dan at 780-385-3014

Rodeo Performance

Rodeo Admission: $15 - Adults $10 - Seniors & Students (Grade 7 & Up) $5 - Children (Grades 1 thru 6) FREE - Children under 5yrs

5:30 pm

Killam Memorial Arena All your favorites: Saddle Bronc, Bareback, Team Roping, Steer Wrestling, Barrel Racing and Bull Riding.

Cabaret - Dance in the Dirt


Killam Memorial Arena

Music by Brother Bandits Midnight Lunch Served Admission $15/person This is an Adult Only Event. ID will be requested

The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), Tuesday, June 6, 2017 - 27

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June 6, 2017 Lamont Leader

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