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House for sale in Carlyle. 316 Main Street. Four bedroom home, storey and a half, for sale in Carlyle. Recently updated with new laminate flooring in living room and fresh paint throughout entire house. New sliding door to new deck, also new deck at front door. New front door, baseboards updated on main floor, new bathroom sink, backsplashes updated, flooring on main floor updated in 2014. New energy efficient furnace in December 2014 (monthly on equalized at $90 per month) central air conditioning. Hot water heater new in May 2014. Updated electrical. And more. Extra large lot with trees and hedges. Two car garage with large driveway recently graveled. Includes washer, dryer, fridge, stove, and dishwasher, central vac. Move in ready. Close to downtown. $239,000. Call 306-575-7375 to view. 37-8

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Every life is a story. There are milestones that we can’t wait to share, while there are others that we wish we didn’t have to. These stages of life are an undeniable part of the human journey, and we invite you to share yours with us in our weekly Life’s Milestones.

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OBITUARIES John (Jack) William Barry Greenwood Born June 16, 1939 at Arcola, Saskatchewan Passed away peacefully January 27, 2017 at home in Victoria, BC. Predeceased by his parents William in 1991 and Edna in 1992. Survived by his brother Jim, Victoria, BC, his wife Sandra of 55 years, his two sons Raymond and Philip (Janet), grandchildren Jill (Nic) Dol and their children, Gwenna and Matthew; Jennifer (Clinton) Freisen and their children, Lily and Rylie; Billy and girlfriend Paige Phillips; Jessica (Jesse) Peddle and daughter, Kaebri; Ryan, Samantha, Katie, Tyler, Madison, Maelyn, John, Hanna, and Nathan. His brothers-in-law Peter (Patsy) Moseley, Gary (Dennise) Moseley, sisters-in-law Doreen (George) Kirby and Mary Moseley, nieces and nephews, extended family and many dear friends. A private family graveside service of farewell was held at Percy Cemetery on Monday, February 6, 2017 near Kisbey, Saskatchewan with Reverend Michele Moore officiating. Jack was a talented athlete, farmer, carpenter, son, brother, husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather. He loved and was loved. Jack and all his family are forever grateful for the unsurpassed care and love he received from Louise. For four and a half years Louise Fortier-Miller assisted Jack’s wife Sandra with his daily care. Jack’s enthusiastic dedication to family, before and after him along with cherished lifelong friends and love of animals will always be remembered. Jack’s was a life well-lived and we will miss him dearly. Funeral arrangements provided by First Memorial, Victoria, BC and by Orsted Funeral Home, Carlyle, Saskatchewan.

Joseph H. Martine

Pause for By Ken Rolheiser Reflection Getting the job done and Tom Brady Part 1 Q: What’s the difference between Tom Brady and a dollar bill? A: You can still get four quarters out of a dollar bill. Truth be told Brady did play all four quarters and has the bruises to prove it. Incredibly, he survived, and his courage survived being sacked and knocked down repeatedly. I had given up on the game for the Patriots by the third quarter – trailing 28 to 3. Thanks to Tom Brady and the New England Patriots I received some profound inspirations. You and I are in the position of knowing about getting things done before time runs out as it will for everyone. But to make every second count, like in this year’s Super Bowl game, now that’s a challenge. I couldn’t believe they could pull it off. I had written that game off. I was hoping for respectability. They got that alright! How do we fare in our spiritual lives? We have a limited time to do what we are here on earth to do. Some of us are in the second half or even the fourth quarter. Do we have Brady’s courage to keep going? To get up, dust ourselves off, even heal up a little and keep going? Do we settle for respectability? Or do we go for victory? Heaven awaits us, and I’m not sure how many more time-outs we are allowed. Life, like the Super Bowl, has its poetry. Roger Goodell had to hand the trophy to Brady after suspending him for four games at the start of the season – the under inflated football fiascal. That is poetry, and I don’t mean just the alliteration. Fortunately in our lives we have team mates to support us. It might be your spouse, your friends, your church group. We all have supporters we can get inspiration from and game winning strategies, though the church might have the odd missed convert as in Brady’s game. The 2017 Super Bowl achievements of New England Patriots pale in comparison to what we can achieve with the Spirit’s help as we follow Christ’s ministry. Picture this: The team stands together, heads bowed in prayer, with the coach in the center. Suddenly they give a great cheer, and the coach trots out onto the field by himself… “What’s the coach doing out there?” “Oh, he’s going to play today. All by himself? He’s had a lot more experience and training…they pay the coach well. We’re all here to cheer and support him. In this Source Unknown internet story the opposing team kicks off. The coach catches the ball, charges up field, but is buried under eleven opposing tacklers. He’s carried off half- conscious. You think that’s ridiculous? But isn’t it the picture many of us have of the church? The members expect the minister to do the preaching, praying, witnessing, and visiting because he’s paid to do the Lord’s work and he’s better trained. But listen to God’s Game Plan - Ephesians 4:11, 12, Christ has given the church apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors, and teachers “to prepare God’s people for works of service” …to train lay people to minister. Your pastor is meant to be a kind of playing coach, but pastors need our help to get the job done. With a little regular prayer effort and planning we can have a successful life game and not face the impossible odds when the three minute flag goes up. Victory is ours if we follow our Playing Coach.

It is with the heaviest of hearts that we announce the passing of our dear father, grandfather, brother and friend. Joseph Hyacinthe Martine passed away peacefully at Carlyle Moose Mountain Lodge on Sunday, February 5, 2017 at the age of 93 years, surrounded by his loving family. Joseph was the third child of Georgette and Marcel Martine. He is survived by his two brothers, George and Alphonse Martine and predeceased his parents and siblings, John, Marie, Lucie, Paul, Felix and Roland. Joe was born in 1923 on the family farm in Antler. He attended Braeside and Bellegarde schools. He helped his father Marcel on the family farm until 1949 when Joseph met and married Laurence. They built their lifetime home on one of the quarters they were farming. They raised seven children in this home: Yvette, Richard, Rudy, Gilles, Bernie, Claude and Claudette. They grew up on the farm and attended Bellegarde School, the last three finishing high school in Redvers. Joe worked over 50 years farming his land. He worked hard to provide for his family from spring until fall, taking breaks at 3pm to enjoy coffee and dainties with his wife of 66 years. Joe enjoyed spending his winters driving his five boys to hockey games and tournaments. Once his grandchildren arrived, he looked forward to their visits and talking to them on the phone and hearing about their activities and their antics. Pa will be dearly missed by his children and grandchildren: Erin; Gerald and Daniel; Thierry, Gabriella, Juliana and Cheryce; Brielle and Chanaya; Matthew, Nicholas and Emilia. We would like to thank the doctors, nursing staff and support staff of the Carlyle Moose Mountain Lodge who provided compassionate care for our father. Your support to our family during this difficult time was truly appreciated. Prayers were held on Sunday, February 12, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. at Our Lady of Fatima R. C. Church, Redvers, SK. The Funeral Mass was held on Monday, February 13, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. at Our Lady of Fatima R. C Church, Redvers, SK with Rev. Wilfred Calinawan presiding both services. The lunch reception took place at the parish basement. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Town of Carlyle- Friends of Moose Mountain Lodge, c/o Town of Carlyle, Box 10, Carlyle, SK, S0C 0R0 (cheque payable to “Town of Carlyle” with “Friends of MML” on the memo line) Funeral arrangements are entrusted to Hall Funeral Services, Redvers.

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