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Betty Alene McAuley (nee Joyce) 1938 - 2018
Passed away peacefully on Sunday, February 4, 2018 at the age of 79 years. Betty is predeceased by her parents, Bill and Millie Joyce; husband, Clarke McAuley; infant sister, Lila, Mae; son-in-law, Roy Smyth; infant grandson, William; brother-in-law, Glen Rowley and parentsin-law, Tom and Jeannie McAuley. She will be lovingly remembered by her son, Kevin (Linda); daughters, Shannon, Heather (Jack) and Micki (Darcy); grandchildren, Cole (Sam), Manda (Brad), Mitch, Brendon (Julie), Jesse (Megan), Breanne (Reid), Chase (Rebecca), Luke (Kacey), Peyton and Riley and great grandchildren, Emery, Bella, Gus, Bentley, Aspyn, Katrina, Emma and Miss Baby bump. Betty Alene (Joyce) McAuley was born on June 26 1938 in Oxbow. She was the 2nd daughter born to Bill and Millie Joyce. She attended Coldridge School until grade 8. She then moved to the dorm in Oxbow where she completed her grade 12, graduating as class valedictorian. From high school Betty moved to Regina and attended Balfour technical college where she completed a secretarial course. Betty worked in Regina after school and for the Marathon oil company. Betty married Clarke McAuley on November 29th 1958 together they raised 4 children Shannon 1959, Heather 1961, Kevin 1962, and Micki in 1966. Betty started working at the manor credit union in 1973 and retired in 1997. In her retirement she enjoyed gardening, playing cards and her computer. Most of all she enjoyed her grandchildren and her greats, also spending time with family and friends. She was our everything and we will miss her! A Memorial Service was held on Saturday, February 10, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. from the Manor Legion Hall, Manor, Saskatchewan with Reverend Michelle Moore of�iciating. Interment will take place at a later date. Donations in memory of Betty may be made to the “Quiet Room” at the Arcola Health Centre at Town of Arcola~Arcola Health Centre Palliative Box 419 Arcola, Saskatchewan S0C 0G0. Condolences may be left at: www.orsted-carlylefuneralhome.com Arrangements entrusted to Orsted Carlyle Funeral Home, Carlyle, Saskatchewan, 1-306-453-4200.
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In Loving Memory of Marie Anna Boutin November 26, 1931 February 18, 2017
Her smiling way and pleasant face Are a pleasure to recall, She had a kindly word for each And she died beloved by all. Some day we hope to meet her Some day we know not when, To clasp her hand in the better land Never to part again. Still Missed and Loved, Donald (Shelley), Raymond (Frances), Normand, Albert (Sheila), Bernard (Tracy), Fernand (Jennifer), Rejeanne (Dallas), numerous grandchildren, and two great grandchildren.
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January 6, 2018, Fir River Ranch bed & breakfast of Hudson Bay was the destination for a fabulous private ceremony for the marriage of Samantha Elaine Greenwood & Dylan Rayne Breault. Samantha’s parents Phil & Janet Greenwood with Dylan’s parents Tom & Rhonda Breault are elated to announce this wonderful union of two amazing young people. We love you both and wish you the most blessed future together! We would like to say thank you to Audrey and her staff, for the photography, video, meals, hairstyling, accommodations, all the co-ordination of details that made Samantha & Dylan’s dreams come true. Thank you for all the incoming congrats. Dylan and Samantha are residing in Kisbey. Engagements
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April Wilbraham & Nevin Breault along with their parents Michelle & Willie Wilbraham of Estevan and Rhonda & Tom Breault of Stoughton would like to announce their forthcoming marriage. Invitational wedding ceremony and banquet, all will be held August 4, 2018 at Moose Mountain Provincial Park.
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Friday, February 16, 2018
Carievale 4-H Beef February report
Submitted by Ryan Cowan The February 5th meeting was called to order by Kamryn G. at the Laurent shop. The pledge was recited and roll call was taken with 16 members present. Andee read the minutes of the January meeting. Old business: - District public speaking was held on Feb. 3rd in Glen Ewen. Mya gave her speech on “My Favourite Animal” in the Cloverbud category and placed 3rd. Ryan’s speech was on Tree Forts and Marisol’s was called “All About Me,” in the junior category.
- Club clothing has been ordered from Prairie Winds in Carnduﬀ. - Ryan, Wylder, Mya, Marisol, and Kamryn are registered to go the beef symposium in Estevan on Feb. 17th - Possibility of going swimming in Estevan as a club, but no date set yet - Newspaper reports will be submitted to the Carlyle Observer New business: - District meeting in Redvers at 7:15 – Teresa, Kevin, Kamryn, Karissa and Ryan are the delegates - Discussed hot dog sales at the jackpots in
Carievale from May to August - Discussed attending the Yorkton Spring Steer and Heifer Show Marcel MacFarlane did a post mordem on a cow. He explained the organs of the cow as they were taken out. The members had a chance to examine them. A few things the members learned was that methane gas is released and they got to see ﬁrst hand how the stomach of a cow works. Kamryn adjourned the meeting and Koden seconded. The next meeting is March 12th at 7 pm.
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Looking for a career with purpose and passion? Park Maintenance/Sanitation Worker Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport Moose Mountain Provincial Park The Ministry is currently seeking a dynamic, motivated individual and flexible team player to be a Park Maintenance Worker in Moose Mountain Provincial Park. Responsibilities will include all areas of park maintenance, whose main focus will be on janitorial and sanitation functions of the shower buildings and numerous outhouses throughout the campground and day use areas. This position also requires supervisory skills in mentoring summer students hired to assist with park maintenance/sanitation. Some operation of light tools/ equipment and lifting is required. This position involves both outdoor and indoor work in all types of weather. Candidate must possess a current valid driver’s license and be available on weekends. Clean facilities are a priority in Moose Mountain Provincial Park. Closing Date: March 2, 2018
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Park Maintenance Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport Moose Mountain Provincial Park Ministry of Parks, Culture & Sport is currently seeking a dynamic and highly motivated individual who is a flexible team player for the position of Park Maintenance Worker within Moose Mountain Provincial Park. This position is responsible for all aspects of building and grounds maintenance which may include; mowing, weed whipping, cleaning shower buildings and outhouses, painting, hauling firewood, picking garbage, cleaning ashes out of fire pits, raking weeds from beach and other duties assigned by your supervisor. This is a term position that could lead to a recallable seasonal position. Experience using small tools and equipment as well as any courses such as WHMIS, 1st Aid, CPR, etc. may be an asset. This position involves both outdoor and indoor work in all types of weather. Candidate must possess a current valid driver’s license and be available on weekends. Closing Date: February 25, 2018
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