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Five things to consider when hiking with your baby Do you like to walk the trails with your baby? Here are �ive important things to consider before you leave for your hike. 1. Your carrying system A baby sling is recommended for infants. As soon as your child can sit up and support his or her own head (typically around six or seven months old), you can move on to a baby carrier speci�ically designed for hiking (these can typically be adjusted to grow with your baby). When shopping for a baby carrier, ask for recommendations and try before you buy to ensure that you choose a model that’s comfortable for both you and your baby. 2. The type of hike It can be dif�icult to keep your balance while carrying a baby who can move unexpectedly. When hiking with your baby, it’s better to avoid risky or dif�icult trails. What’s more, if you’re carrying your baby in front of you, you may have dif�iculty seeing where you’re placing your feet. Paths that have many obstacles should therefore be avoided. Similarly, you shouldn’t take a baby that’s less than a year old above an altitude of 1,500 metres. 3. The weather Avoid going out if the weather is too cold or too hot. Also consider only hiking in the morning to protect your child from the worst of the heat and sun in the middle of the day (and be sure to dress your child in long sleeves and pants). 4. Your baby’s schedule If you child has regular eating and sleeping patterns, be sure to plan your hike accordingly. 5. Essential accessories First aid kit, sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat (remember there might be wind so �ind a hat that can be secured on your head), mosquito repellent, and an emergency poncho are just a few of the items you’ll need. Don’t forget a paci�ier or some other kind of toy. A pocket mirror can also be helpful for keeping an eye on your baby. Finally, be sure to take regular breaks. Rest for at least ten minutes every hour so your baby can stretch his or her arms and legs. Take longer and more frequent breaks as soon as you’re higher than 1,000 metres (important to prevent ear infections). Happy trails!

The dangers of cold water

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Dr. Gordon Giesbrecht, Professor of Thermophysiology at the University of Manitoba has encapsulated this one minute of hyperventilation, 10 minutes of meaningful movement and 1 hour of consciousness as the “1-10-1 Principle”. Having a way to climb back into the boat without assistance is the most effective plan for self-rescue. If this is impossible as the boat has overturned, getting as much of the person’s body out of the water by climbing onto the overturned hull (or anything else that’s �loating such as a cooler) will reduce the rate of cooling. Should there be no means to get out of the water, the best approach is to stay very still and adopt the H-E-L-P (Heat Escape Lessening Position) Position. If alone, the person should bring their knees up as close to their torso as possible and cross their arms over their chest. This will help protect vital organs. If with others, huddle together interlocking arms and legs pressing torsos together to preserve heat. The best approach, however, is taking preventative measures by dressing for the water temperature rather than the air. Thermal protective clothing, worn in layers, is extremely effective at staving off or at least delaying the onset of hypothermia until help arrives. Articles, PSAs and pictures are available by visiting https://csbc.ca/en/cold-water-awareness-media For more information, please contact Ian Gilson Director- Canadian Safe Boating Council igilson@rogers.com 905-719-5152.

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Cardinals inducted into Sask. Baseball Hall of Fame The Carlyle Cardinals Baseball Team, Carlyle, Saskatchewan will be inducted into the Saskatchewan Baseball Hall of Fame, Team Category, Saturday, August 18, 2018, in Battleford, Saskatchewan. As reported in the Carlyle Herald in 1902, baseball was �irst recorded in Carlyle in 1902. The team name, the Carlyle Lakers, participated in various leagues including the Moose Mountain League during the 1930s. A story from 1915 states the team travelled all night through wet and muddy conditions and made it on time to compete at 10 o’clock in the morning. Baseball in Carlyle ceased during WWI and WWII as few men remained in the area for a ball team, but, in 1948 and continuing through 1979, baseball was again providing great baseball to the fans all around the area. Some of the highlights of that era include: 1959- First recording of a double header baseball game. 1959- Hosted an International Baseball Tournament. 1963- Hosted a game between Carlyle and Satchel Paige and his All Stars. 1971- League Champions. 1974- League Champions advancing to the Provincial playoffs. In 1981, Carlyle entered the South East Saskatchewan League under the name Carlyle Astros, with two [2] teams from Carlyle entering the 1983 season. The Astros continued as a team until the late 1980s where their home games were played in Carlyle at Lions Park. The current Carlyle Cardinals baseball team was formed in 1993 and currently playing in the ten [10] team Saskota Baseball League, with the most successful years being from 1997 to the present. -1997,1998,1999, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015 and 2016Saskota League Champions - 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2014, 2016-Provincial Champions - 2016-Saskatchewan Senior Baseball Team of the Year Award. There have been many players, coaches and managers involved with the Cardinals, Lakers and Astros throughout history. The commitment and dedication to the game has been a major part of their success. Many years the team would spend �ive to six nights a week practicing, playing and completing diamond maintenance. The Cardinals have always travelled to many

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Five tips for a great start to your golf season Are you ready to start your golf season? In order to be absolutely certain — and not forget anything — follow these five tips. 1. CHECK YOUR EQUIPMENT Are the grips, shafts or heads of your clubs rusty or damaged in any way? If so, clean them with a suitable product or have them repaired. This is also the time to decide if you should replace some of your clubs. 2. CHECK YOUR ACCESSORIES Check your inventory of accessories: balls, tees, markers, etc. Do you have enough? What about your water bottle and your bag? In short, make sure you have all the necessary accessories to ensure that your first round of golf is as enjoyable as possible.

3. RENEW YOUR GOLFING WARDROBE Think comfort; you’ll want to have clothes that allow your skin to breathe and that allow you to move freely. This is also a great opportunity to change your hat, gloves and shoes if they’re worn out.

Now all you have to do is renew your membership at your favourite golf club. Here’s hoping you have a great start to the season!

4. TAKE SOME LESSONS Review your knowledge and basic techniques. However experienced you are, a few sessions with a coach can make all the difference. 5. PRACTICE Thinking about starting your season off with a game? Planning a few practice sessions on a driving range is probably a better idea. Your perfect swing will soon come back if you exercise and strengthen your muscles gradually.

Reviewing your basic techniques with a coach can help you start the season off on the right foot.

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Smartphone apps for golfers Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced golfer, there are many practical apps that can help you improve your game. Here are a few that you can try out for free: Golfshot. This GPSpowered app can calculate your distance from the hole, allow you to zoom in on satellite images of the course, give you detailed statistics about the game, and inform you of the latest golf news. The paid version, Golfshot Plus, also gives you

access to information on more than 40,000 courses worldwide. (Android and iOS) R&A Rules of Golf. This app features all the of�icial rules of golf for every possible occasion. Say goodbye to arguments on the course. (Android and iOS) Zepp Golf. Perfect your swing with the help of this app’s personalized advice. Thanks to its video recording and recognition capabilities, you’ll be able to view your own technique and watch

your best shots again and again. (Android and iOS) Foursum Golf. This app includes a host of useful tools that calculate your statistics, provide GPS functionality and give you access to discussion forums. (Android and iOS) Golf Master — Video Lesson. As its name suggests, this app lets you access a curated list of video golf lessons that will help you improve your game no matter what level you’re at. (Android)

Rule 4-3 Club Broken After Slammed in Anger SITUATION & QUESTION: Dave is struggling on the course today. He hits another errant tee shot and in a �it of anger bends his driver as a result of intentionally slamming it on the ground in anger repeatedly. Finally, in his last act of raging, throws

the club 30 yards into the pond. May the player replace the damaged club before the completion of the stipulated round? A N S W E R : No. As Dave’s club was damaged other than in the normal course of play, it may not be replaced during the round.

Dave should take a long look at himself in the mirror and ask if his behavior was appropriate on the golf course. Additionally, at any Provincial/ National golf championship, Dave’s day and tournament would most likely be �inished. Keep calm and carry on. Reminder …. Golf is a dif�icult game!

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The bicycle: providing more benefits than one can count!

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.

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calories — all without putting too much extra pressure on your joints. But the bene�its don’t end there! Pedalling also signi�icantly reduces stress and anxiety for clarity of mind. So, it seems an outing on your bike is just as good for your morale as it is for your physique! Other advantages More than just a sport, bicycling is an environmentally friendly commuting alternative that can get you to work in half the time. If you’re a city-dweller that lives within a �ive-kilometre radius of your place of work, then hopping on

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THE LUCKIEST SIGNS THIS WEEK: AQUARIUS, PISCES AND ARIES

Week of April 29 to May 5, 2018 ARIES

There’s a good chance that you’ll need to re-evaluate your circle of friends this week. Lucky for you, some of them will finally manage to give back what they owe you before you cut them out of your life.

TAURUS

You’ll need to figure out a mistake that will have occurred on one of your bills. You may spend a good chunk of the week trying to get your money back, but in the end, justice will be served.

GEMINI

You’ll either find the right treatment for your health problems, or a new diet will yield surprisingly fast results. In any case, you’re on the right track to enjoying a better quality of life.

CANCER

Week of May 6 to 12, 2018 ARIES

Your imagination will know no bounds this week. You might even start working on a masterpiece that’ll bring you big rewards upon completion. Don’t neglect your friends, though. Why not plan a gettogether for the weekend?

TAURUS

You’ll be put in charge of an event that’s expected to draw a sizeable crowd. This will help you discover a new side of yourself in addition to doing wonders for overcoming your timid nature.

Delays and missed deadlines will plague your workweek, and you’ll find yourself wondering where to start. You need to slow down. Try to channel your energy in more productive ways, and you’ll be back on track in no time.

SAGITTARIUS

You’ll likely be called upon as a replacement following the abrupt departure of a co-worker, causing you undue stress. Luckily your efforts will pay off down the line.

CAPRICORN

Public speaking has never been your forte, but this week you can expect applause. You have every right to be proud of your accomplishment; don’t let your detractors’ negativity rain on your parade.

AQUARIUS

LEO

You’ll need to face an extremely difficult decision this week. Take as much time as you need to think about it before you make the final call. Otherwise, you’ll just end up changing your mind again and again.

LIBRA

You’ve got lots of work to do. You’ll be discreetly asked to contribute to a special project that may have a sizeable financial payoff. You may decide to start your own business.

SCORPIO

You just might experience love at first sight with someone who’ll turn out to be your soulmate. A single glance is all it’ll take for both of you to realize that you’re made for each other.

SAGITTARIUS

If you’re going to be moving in the next couple of weeks, you have a lot of shopping to do. Time to get started! Be careful with your words. Now more than ever, you need to think before you speak.

CAPRICORN

Someone will tell you a secret that will leave you with a lot of questions. You really need to clean up your circle of friends, especially when it comes to those with outstanding debts. Don’t let your generosity be taken advantage of.

AQUARIUS

Balancing work and home life is no easy task. You’ll have to use your imagination this week to get everything done on the professional front without disappointing your family.

Getting that promotion at work would solve most of your financial troubles. Sometimes all it takes is a knock on your manager’s door. You’ll finally start to envision your future in a positive light.

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If the opportunity for a spontaneous trip presents itself this week, don’t pass it up. Distancing yourself from your regular life will clear your mind and help you make that difficult decision you’ve been avoiding.

You’ll finally have everything you need to tackle a side project or learn a new skill. If you play your cards right, what starts out as a hobby could develop into a source of income for your later years.

TAURUS

You’ll feel the urge to conquer the world this week, and nothing will manage to get in your way as you work toward your most ambitious goals. Success comes from doing.

GEMINI

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You’ll get the opportunity to take a trip or go on a pilgrimage of some sort, and this will help you expand both your personal and professional horizons.

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Money is often the root of trouble. Don’t be afraid to grab the bull by the horns and firmly negotiate with all parties involved in order to solve your financial conundrum.

Week of May 13 to 19, 2018

You’ll be given new, stimulating responsibilities at work, and this will benefit you greatly come annual review time. A pay raise is in your not-so-distant future!

Family will be your main focus all week. Your loved ones will be particularly demanding. The idea of moving to a new town might cross your mind.

LIBRA

LEO, VIRGO AND LIBRA

You’ll be uncharacteristically impatient this week. You’ll feel like you’re moving at a standstill, always waiting for other people to catch up. Take some time for yourself: a few steps back are all you need to better move forward.

GEMINI

This week’s air will be filled with tension, and you’ll find yourself in a situation that will prompt you to make great changes. You may even decide to take a trip around the world on a whim.

Your commute will prove particularly complicated this week, and communication won’t always be at its clearest. Your no-nonsense attitude will leave a profound impression on your loved ones.

THE LUCKIEST SIGNS THIS WEEK:

You’re all out of energy, and you really need to get some rest. You’ll have a eureka moment that will open your mind to a new form of spiritual awareness — and maybe even a whole new lifestyle.

At work, you’ll be in charge of an important meeting or event that’s expected to draw a big crowd. Don’t be surprised if you suddenly find yourself with lots of new clients. Things are looking good for your bank account.

LEO

One of your side projects will require your constant attention this week. Expect to have to deal with all sorts of delays. On the phone, you’ll wait on hold; at the store, you’ll always end up in the slowest line.

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THE LUCKIEST SIGNS THIS WEEK: SAGITTARIUS, CAPRICORN AND AQUARIUS

Week of May 20 to 26, 2018 ARIES

Expect a mountain of work to take care of this week. You won’t have much time to catch up around the water cooler. Your health might suffer from the added stress; get some rest before it becomes unmanageable.

TAURUS

You’ll accomplish something that will boost your self-esteem and help you discover a hidden talent you’d never have expected. Your family will cause you undue stress.

GEMINI

You’ll spend most of the week at home for one reason or another. You may even decide to move out on a whim. At the very least, you’ll finally get around to painting that wall.

CANCER

You’ll be uncharacteristically outspoken this week. Be careful: you may find yourself having a hard time keeping someone’s secret. Whatever you do, don’t let it slip.

LEO

The time is right to start seriously considering moving forward with a real estate transaction. A closer look at your finances will reveal a surprise.

VIRGO

You’ll feel pushed around this week. Keep your head down, and you’ll manage to tie up all kinds of loose ends. You’ll find it easier than ever to communicate with others — people will actually start returning your calls, much to your surprise.

LIBRA

You’ll feel inspired, and this might lead to the creation of a masterpiece. You’ll also attend an exhibit or a performance of some sort that will surprise and delight you.

SCORPIO

You’ll enjoy a rich social life, and your friends will all want to see you at the same time. You’ll take part in a few large gatherings over the course of the week. You’ll always have someone to talk to.

SAGITTARIUS

You may start your own business this week. At the very least, you’ll make considerable progress toward a particular career goal. With a bit of luck, you’ll land a comfortable position that will carry you to retirement.

CAPRICORN

Someone will confide in you, or you’ll accidently discover a shocking secret. Perhaps you’ll have to figure out a message in a foreign language or a cryptic comment made by someone important to you.

AQUARIUS

You’ll be highly emotional all week, but your tears will be of joy, not sadness. One of your children will hit an important milestone, such as taking his or her first steps.

PISCES

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You’ll need to keep your emotions in check while negotiating. Be especially careful of laws and rules this week; even a minor slip-up could end up costing you dearly.


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This summer, soak up some culture! This year, why not take advantage of the summer season to learn more about local history, discover another culture’s traditional art forms or enjoy some live music? In short, soak up some culture! Interested? Here are seven fun ways to add some culture to your life this summer: 1. Visit a museum: your local museums and interpretive centres offer exhibits and activities focusing on nature, history, science, technology, and transportation. They’re great choices if you’re passionate about any of these topics or just curious to learn more. 2. Attend a festival: the warm months are festival season. Festivals are often held to showcase different kinds of music, different styles of dance from around the world and even circus acts. 3. See a play: there’s nothing like a summer play. Or, why not bring the kids to see a puppet show? These are great ways to forget your worries. 4. Discover local art: art galleries, art boutiques and artists’ workshops all offer sights that will impress (oil paintings, ceramics, glass, textiles, photographs, etc.) 5. Discover heritage sites: follow a heritage tour or chart your own course to visit the past at nationally recognized sites of historical importance. You can visit old historical buildings or important religious sites, for instance, to learn more about the past in your region. 6. Go to the library: from story time to readings to book clubs, libraries offer a lot of great cultural activities for all ages. 7. Taste local or exotic foods: speciality restaurants, boutiques that focus on locally produced foods, vineyards, food festivals — there are plenty of ways to make delicious discoveries all summer long.

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DOWNTOWN KENOSEE LAKE - (306) 577-2226 • CHEESEBURGER • CAPTAIN’S CHOICE (LOADED) • MEAT LOVERS • • MEXICAN (HOT) • VEGGIE • HAWAIIAN • ELVIS SPECIAL • • ITALIAN CHEESE N’ GARLIC • GREEK STYLE • OR CREATE YOUR OWN MASTERPIECE!

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Show Hours: Saturday 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. & Sunday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Admission $5 (12 & under FREE) Late night shopping on Saturday - $100 Vendor Bucks Draws at 5 p.m. & 6 p.m. Pancake Breakfast Saturday at the Legion - 8 a.m. - 10 a.m. Supper in the Field (in the arena) Saturday 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Join the fun at the Races at The 15th Annual Bowan Rekken Memorial Moto-X Track Race! Saturday, Sept. 15 • 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Also, Don’t Miss the 16th Annual Quilt Show at Carlyle Memorial Hall! Saturday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. & Sunday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Admission $4 (12 & under FREE)

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Bicycle Safety Week 2018

SGI (Saskatchewan Government Insurance) has declared the week of May 13-19, 2018 as “Bicycle Safety Week” in Saskatchewan. The objective of Bicycle Safety Week is to help Saskatchewan communities encourage safe cycling and prevent bicycle-related injuries.

Between 2004 and 2013, 204 children between the ages of 1 and 9 years were hospitalized due to cyclingrelated injuries. The majority of hospitalizations were due to upper and lower extremity fractures, followed by traumatic brain injuries (e.g., concussions and internal head injuries). The Saskatchewan Prevention Institute supports local groups, communities, schools, and individuals to plan and promote activities during Bicycle Safety Week. The Prevention Institute’s theme for this year is ‘Build Safe Bikers’ and has provided over 5000 free resource bags to participants registered in Bicycle Safety Week. Throughout May and June, registered participants across the province are sharing bicycle safety information, engaging local partners like RCMP and Fire in organizing community events such as bicycle safety

What could be better than enjoying a beautiful, sunny summer’s day? Add a little water and the scene will be perfect for making memories. To inspire you, here are a few ways you can enjoy the water all summer long: • A barbecue and pool party in the backyard • A stand-up paddleboarding class • A treasure hunt by canoe • A romantic spa night • A friendly waterskiing or wakeboarding competition • Kitesur�ing • A kayaking trip • An exciting rafting expedition • A family trip to the waterpark • Flyboarding

• A relaxing pontoon trip • A camping and canoeing excursion • A day of scuba diving or snorkelling • A weekend relaxing on the beach • A trip in a sailboat • A �ishing trip with friends • An hour or two on a pedal boat • A cruise (to admire the scenery, observe marine life, or see a dinner show aboard a ship, for example) For a summer that will live up to your expectations, rent some nautical equipment from a business near you, book a nature excursion, sign up for a boating class, or simply gather family and friends around your favourite local waterway. Fun memories guaranteed!

rodeos and bike decorating parades. Cara, the Child Injury Prevention Program Coordinator will be at schools during the week presenting on bicycle safety. Follow her on Twitter @childinjuryprev For more information about cycling safety, including resources and activity sheets for children, see http://skprevention.ca/safety/bike-and-wheel-safety/. Every action is valuable and contributes towards ensuring the health and safety of child and youth cyclists.

Aquatic pleasures for a playful summer

Kayaking, diving, waterparks, waterskiing, the beach — how will you enjoy the water this summer?

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