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Lifejackets versus personal flotation devices:

is there a difference?

Summer is the perfect time to enjoy our country’s beautiful lakes and waterways. But when boarding a boat, stepping into a canoe or doing any other activity in the water, safety needs to be at the forefront of your mind.

LIFEJACKETS Lifejackets are more buoyant than PFDs, with the bulk of the buoyancy located in the front part of the vest.

If an unconscious person wearing a lifejacket lies facedown in the water, he or she Safe Boating Awareness Week, which takes will be rotated so that they face upwards. place this year from May 18 to 24, aims to spread this message. In particular, one of Lifejackets come in two standard sizes, one the central objectives of the campaign is for children (or people under 90 pounds) to publicize the importance of wearing a and one for adults. They’re generally the properly fitted and fastened lifejacket or best option for young children and weak personal flotation device (PFD) when on swimmers. the water. PERSONAL FLOTATION DEVICES Though both lifejackets and PFDs make A PFD is less buoyant than a lifejacket, and their wearers more buoyant, the devices fit the bulk of the buoyancy is placed at the and function differently. Before choosing back of the vest. which one to wear on the water, you need to assess which is more suitable. PFDs are more comfortable and allow for greater mobility than lifejackets (making

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There’s a first time for everything

Swinging into golf season

For golf lovers, spring is synonymous with swing. As soon as the snow has melted, they’re reaching for their clubs. However, before teeing off, golfers need to get back their groove. Prior to heading onto the links this season, make sure you properly stretch, check your equipment and get some practice in. Pre-season stretching and exercise Most people become less active during winter. Any return to athletic activity after a lull needs to be done gradually and should involve stretching. Even if you were active last winter, stretching remains imperative: given that your muscles haven’t executed the speci�ic mo-

tions involved in the golf swing for months, they can injure easily if not properly stretched. The most important areas to stretch are the wrists, fore¬arms, triceps, shoulders, neck, lower back, glutes and hamstrings. As for pre-season exercise, Golf Digest stresses the importance of strengthening your glutes. These large muscles not only stabilize your golf posture but also protect the lumbar spine from the stress involved in swinging a golf club repetitively. Some exercises that help train your glutes are squats, glute bridges and deadlifts. Getting your gear ready Golf might well involve

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Jack Baker of Carlyle recorded his first ever hole-in-one at White Bear Lake Golf Course on Monday, May 6 on Hole #8. The perfect shot was witnessed by Ted O’Neill. Congratulations, Jack.

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Having done all this, you should be back in the swing of things and ready to venture out onto the tee box.

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Ice cream: a pleasure to savour all summer Ice cream is summer’s quintessential treat. With so many options and �lavours, there’s always a reason to visit your local ice cream shop. Here are just a few excuses to go grab a cone. • To try something new. Local ice cream shops are constantly churning out new �lavour combinations. • You have a date. Whether it’s the �irst date or the thousandth, visiting an ice cream parlour is a great way to end a romantic evening. • It’s nostalgic. Recall happy childhood memories of eating ice cream with your family by recreating the experience today.

• It’s hot out. Nothing beats the heat like a cold ice cream cone. • To celebrate a win. Do you remember stopping for ice cream after a Little League or soccer game as a kid? Keep up the tradition with your own children. • You deserve a treat. A refreshing ice cream cone is the perfect reward after a hard day at work. With so many reasons to indulge in your favourite frosted treat, there’s nothing holding you back from visiting your local ice cream parlour today.

6 ways to enjoy the great outdoors Ready to head outdoors and take in the fresh air and awe-inspiring views? Here are six ways to get out into nature this summer and have fun doing it. 1. Hiking. Head into the woods for a day of walking through the wilderness. Hiking trails are easily found all across the country, so pick one that matches your skill level and enjoy the excursion. 2. Horseback riding. Riding is a great way to connect with an animal while tramping through the woods with friends. 3. Camping. What better way to get back to nature than with a few days of camping? Escape the hustle and bustle of modern life so you can enjoy sleeping under the stars.

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Large parks are among the best places to participate in these activities. Consider spending time exploring national and provincial parks in your area this summer.

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Take a break! WEEK OF APRIL 28 TO MAY 4, 2019

WEEK OF MAY 5 TO 11, 2019

WEEK OF MAY 12 TO 18, 2019

THE LUCKIEST SIGNS THIS WEEK: TAURUS, GEMINI AND CANCER

THE LUCKIEST SIGNS THIS WEEK: LEO, VIRGO AND LIBRA

THE LUCKIEST SIGNS THIS WEEK: SAGITTARIUS, CAPRICORN AND AQUARIUS

ARIES You’ll be surrounded by people this week. Despite causing you some stress, you’ll be thankful for the human contact as there will be silence at home.

ARIES

If you witness an injustice, you won’t idly stand by. You’ll sound the alarm without thinking twice and remedy the situation by actively involving yourself.

TAURUS

You’ll let your friends convince you to go shopping with them. You’ll treat yourself to a relaxing therapeutic treatment that will noticeably boost your well-being.

TAURUS Your time management skills will be tested this week as you fit extra responsibilities into your daily activities. You’ll have an epiphany concerning your career.

GEMINI

If you invest time in yoga, meditation or deep breathing, you’ll begin to see concrete results. You’ll succeed in getting a group together to support you in a personal or professional adventure you’re passionate about.

GEMINI You may receive an invitation to take a trip with some friends. Consider taking a spiritual voyage; a pilgrimage could prove very rewarding.

CANCER

It’s vital to your well-being that you get some rest. Once you’ve relaxed and fully rejuvenated, you’ll be able to accomplish anything. Also, it’s important that you re-evaluate and improve the way you manage your time.

CANCER You’ll feel the need to make some changes in your life. Your daily routine could start to bore you and you’ll decide to follow your passions.

LEO

You’ll manage to enlarge your clientele and social circle. You’ll be in charge of an event that will connect many people and prove extremely rewarding. This could Material for your be weekly in a professional context or game page among friends.

LEO It’s hard to please everyone but you’ll do just that this week. At work, you’ll accomplish a task or close a deal ot, hairy What’s brown lasses? hers thought was impossible. and wears sung

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VIRGO Work will be stressful this week. You’ll use your inner strength to clean up the mess with diplomacy and compassion.

You’ll finally get to work on an important task that effects both your work and family life. You’ll have no trouble finding the amount you need to buy a property.

A: A coconut on

vacation.

r slide.

What kind of tree A: A palm tree.

SAGITTARIUS You’ll have a lot to say this 2week. You’ll run into friends you haven’t seen for years and talk to them for hours. CAPRICORN You’ll spend lots of time in stores this week but it won’t be to build a summer wardrobe. You’ll be influenced by your friends, which won’t be good for your credit card.

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You’ll need to think long and hard about what you want and don’t want, weighing the pros and cons. This will allow you to be more decisive.

SAGITTARIUS

Find the hedgehog’s At work, you might find yourself matching shadow. in a position where you need to intercede to resolve a conflict. Your presence of mind and your personality will allow you to find nuanced and1practical solutions.

CAPRICORN

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At your job, you’ll be inundated with work and a number of small things that need your attention. Before shifting into summer mode, you’ll get into a groove at work and take pride 3in getting things done quickly.

AQUARIUS

AQUARIUS 4 You’ll be motivated this week and come up with new ideas and initiatives. You’ll bring together a group5of friends for an impromptu project.

Allergy season is here, and you might already be feeling the effects. Eating healthy will allow you to mitigate your symptoms as well as any other discomfort 6 you’re feeling, such as stressrelated heartburn.

PISCES You’ll accept an invitation to the spa where you’ll enjoy a relaxing massage. You need to Puzzle rest and Solutions recharge your batteries.

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You’ll find yourself making big plans for your next vacation. Perhaps you’ll also take advantage of the free time you have this summer to complete a course. If so, it could help advance your career.

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Someone in your family could announce a major move or a pregnancy. If your kids have been living on their own for a while, you’ll seriously consider selling your house. ANSWER: 5

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fits in your hand? SCORPIO People will gather at your home this week. If you have young children, don’t be surprised if they invite their friends to participate in the activities you organize.

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LIBRA You’ll be praised both at work and in your community. You’ll make a significant impact and be put on a pedestal, much to your delight.

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ARIES

Making adjustments to who you include in your circle of friends would be wise. Some of them are parasites who only drain you. Try to put aside at least one day for relaxation and therapeutic treatment.

TAURUS

Self-esteem is often a precursor of success. Tell yourself you can do it and you’ll manage to accomplish a brilliant feat. Afterwards, you’ll be very proud of yourself.

GEMINI

You’ll devote a lot of time and energy to your family and home. You’ll also be inspired to adopt a new perspective that will allow you to live in the moment.

CANCER

Don’t worry about being at a loss for words, but be careful not to make indiscreet or inappropriate remarks. You might get in a confrontation with someone who doesn’t speak English well.

LEO

You’ll gather the money you need to undertake an important project. Your speeches will cause people to flock to you.

VIRGO

You’ll feel enticed to go on an adventure abroad. If you take the plunge, don’t forget to attend to your passport in time for your summer holiday.

LIBRA

Tiredness is increasingly becoming an issue for you. Your body is telling you to slow down — don’t ignore it. In addition, make sure to get a full night’s sleep. Do these things and you should recover your energy.

SCORPIO

If you’re single, you’re going to experience love at first sight. Although you’ll start putting more energy into your social life, you’ll quickly realize you also need some alone time.

SAGITTAIRIUS

At work, you’ll be saddled with new responsibilities. Even if you find them taxing at times, they’ll open up paths for advancement and the possibility of a promotion.

CAPRICORN

You’ll start organizing a summer vacation with family and friends. Fantastic experiences await you and you have every intention of making the most of them.

AQUARIUS

You might choose to break off a romantic or professional relationship without warning. You’ll feel impulsive and your thinking will be somewhat confused.

PISCES

It isn’t always easy to co-ordinate people or groups with opposing interests. You’ll manage to find the right words and get everyone on the same page.

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Southeast Search and Rescue invites volunteers for chapter meeting By Anastasiia Bykhovskaia/Estevan Mercury The Southeast Saskatchewan Search and Rescue (SESK SAR) Chapter 19 is all set and ready to work. It is holding its �irst chapter meeting on May 16 at 7 p.m. at the Memorial Hall in Carlyle. All volunteers who signed up or are willing to join the SESK SAR are invited to come to the meeting. A lot of work has been done since the original information sessions in January. “We’ll start out with everything that’s transpired and the documentation and paperwork that’s been developed since our January meeting,” said special constable with the Estevan Police Service, Katia Bigney, who was one of the main initiators of the establishment of the southeast chapter. Bigney is asking volunteers to mail their completed application packages along with the criminal record checks including vulnerable sector and $25 membership fees (cheques or money orders) to the Southeast Saskatchewan Search and Rescue Chapter, box 603, Estevan, SK, S4A 2A2 as soon as possible. If letters can’t be sent in a timely manner, then participants can bring them to the meeting along with a piece of a government-issued ID. Another vital thing to think about prior to the meeting is nominations for chapter executives, including the president, two vice-presidents, secretary, treasurer, and three directors. “I want people to have it decided in their minds prior to the meeting, if they are willing to stand to be nominated to any of those positions and hopefully be there in person for that,” said Bigney. Those, who will be mailing their packages, are asked to add a note if they would let their names stand for nominations as an executive and/or director, so voting and decisions could take place at the �irst meeting. Only those who will be at the meeting and who will have all their documents submitted will be allowed to vote on executives and directors. Besides, volunteers are asked to consider if they are willing to play an active role in one of the six committees, including training, recruitment/membership, adventure smart, fundraising/sponsorship, equipment, and community relations (including organizing events, media releases, website and social media). No nomination will be needed to become a member of one or more of these committees. “We want one person from each of the major communities to be on each of those committees. And we want those groups to work together. So, for example, training committee will have someone from Estevan, Weyburn, Carnduff, Carlyle and potentially Whitewood and Moosomin area (which is willing to join SESK SAR) have one person on this committee also. That group will work together to develop the training modules. The same will apply for the other �ive committees as well,” explained Bigney. There can be more than one person from each location on the committee. Those who can’t make it to the �irst meeting can indicate their willingness to join particular groups via email or mail. The committees are planned to become the engine that will run the SESK SAR chapter. “Those people are so critically important,” added Bigney. Other SARSAV chapters have done a lot of work lobbying for some bene�its to make it better for the volun-

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A special constable with the Estevan Police Service, Katia Bigney, is organizing the first Southeast Saskatchewan Search and Rescue Chapter’s meeting. teers. And the SESK SAR chapter will have all of them from the very �irst days of its existence. “We’ll talk about the (Algoma) insurance that we’ll let our cover for all of our volunteers (at training and active search). And we’ll talk about the $3,000 tax credit for all professional emergency services, which is what we are classi�ied as,” said Bigney. To receive the tax credit in the 2020 tax year, SESK SAR volunteers will have to log 200 hours. It will be the responsibility of the training committee to �ind a way to register the hours. Additional information on bene�its will be provided at the meeting. Bigney also noted that anyone willing to go through the 40 hours of ground search training is required to have their valid CPR and �irst aid training certi�icates in place. People, who meet all requirements, will be the �irst to start training, which is slated to take off in June. Prior to the chapter meeting, on May 14, the Western Financial Group’s staff is running a steak fundraiser for SESK SAR at Mr. Mike’s Steakhouse Casual. “This is provided t h ro u gh Western Communities

Do you have a digital camera and a photographer’s eye? If so, why not take the plunge for the Summer Times’ annual photo contest! If you have a summer-themed photo from the region that you feel might just be good enough to ‘WOW!’ email it to us at observer@sasktel.net with the subject line “Summer Times Photo Contest”. Photos should be transmitted via email in their highest resolution. Photos that do not meet resolution requirements will not be considered in the contest. One winner will be chosen every week, and that photo will grace the front page of the Summer Times newspaper for that week. In the final issue of the Summer Times, a winner will be chosen from all the weekly winners, and that lucky person will be given a grand prize! If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact: The Observer at 453-2525.

Foundation. Every year we pick a charity and do some type of fundraiser,” said Lorna Tester with Western Financial Group. A raf�le and 50/50 will help to raise money to cover the initial expenses of the southeast chapter. Moreover, $5 from each steak purchased from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. that day will also go towards buying the equipment needed for the SESK SAR operations.

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Maple-glazed barbecue ribs What’s the secret behind these succulent and tender ribs? Using two cooking methods and a delicious homemade barbecue sauce. Start to �inish: 10 hours (30 minutes active) Servings: 4 Ingredients:

Barbecue sauce • 1 tablespoon butter or margarine • 1/2 onion, diced • 1 cup chili sauce • 1/2 cup water • 2 tablespoons brown sugar • 2 tablespoons maple syrup • 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce • 1 teaspoon garlic salt • 1 teaspoon yellow mustard • 1 teaspoon fancy molasses

Ribs • 2 racks baby back ribs (about 750 grams each) • 2 tablespoons onion powder • 2 tablespoons paprika • 1 tablespoon salt • 1 tablespoon pepper

Directions: Barbecue sauce 1. In a small pot, cook the onion in the butter over medium heat until soft. 2. Add the remaining sauce ingredients and simmer for about 15 minutes, stirring often. Set aside.

Ribs 1. Cut each rack in half. In a bowl, combine the remaining ingredients and rub the resulting mixture evenly over the ribs. 2. Cook the ribs in the slow cooker on high for 30 minutes. Switch to low for another 6 to 8 hours. The ribs will be very tender after cooking, so remove them carefully to keep them in one

piece. 3. Preheat the barbecue to medium heat. 4. Brush the ribs with the barbecue sauce, and grill for 4 to 5 minutes a side, brushing on more sauce as desired, and serve. While many people insist that removing the membrane is necessary, keep it on for this recipe. It’ll prevent the racks from falling apart in the slow cooker.

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