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Matitys hosting free fishing weekend workshops July 14-15 By Chris L. Istace One of Saskatchewan’s most beloved outdoor activities will be even more popular this weekend. The Province of Saskatchewan’s 30th annual free �ishing days take place Saturday and Sunday on all public water bodies open to angling in the province. The event, which has been held since 1989, allows Saskatchewan residents and visitors to participate in the sport without purchasing a �ishing license. Although the �ishing is free, all provincial regulations are still in place. These include possession limits, some of which are reduced on speci�ic lakes and rivers. In an effort to get more people interested in the sport through education and motivation, the professional anglers from Matity’s Get Fishing (matitysget�ishing.com) are hosting a series of workshops on the sport at six Saskatchewan provincial parks. Jason and Jeff Matity have been a part of Saskatchewan’s free �ishing weekend for the past three years. Jeff and his son, Ben Matity, will host their workshop at Moose Mountain Provincial Park on Saturday, with two, two-hour sessions planned for 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. “This is the second year for us at Kenosee Lake,”

Jeff said. “Matity’s Get Fishing are the sole providers of the program for Saskatchewan Parks and we’re pretty excited to get that kind of a gig. It aligns perfectly with our mandate and mission statement with getting people not just �ishing, but helping them learn it so they can be successful. We want them to be passionate about �ishing and have them pass it on.” Last weekend, workshops were held at Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park and Duck Mountain Provincial Park. While Jeff and Ben are at Moose Mountain Provincial Park this Saturday, Jason is hosting another at Douglas Provincial Park. The Matitys will host two more events on Sunday at Buffalo Pound Provincial Park and Echo Valley Provincial Park. “We take about a half-hour going through regulations, demonstrations, a workshop on tying knots and casting, so by the time we do the actual �ishing, we can do it safely,” Jeff said. “Kenosee Lake is full of perch, so we’ll break down the tackle required to catch them. A part of our wish list is to catch a few �ish and do a �illeting demonstration as well, but sometimes you catch �ish and sometimes you don’t.” Participants in the Matity’s Get Fishing workshop will have equipment made available for them to use

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through the two-hour session. No registration is required to take part and there is no fee associated with the day’s event. Canada’s National Fishing Week was held June 30 to July 8. In celebration of this initiative, the national program, Keep Canada Fishing, has provided promotional items for workshop participants to take home. Each angler will receive a “Learn to Fish” booklet and a bumper sticker along with a chance to win a Shimano rod and reel in a draw at the end of each session. Jeff says previous free �ishing weekend workshops have hosted up to 70 people. Many of the new anglers can’t get enough of the activity by the end of the session. “For some, two hours doesn’t seem to be enough time,” Jeff said. “We let them know that if they like it, they can get set up with equipment for not much more cost than taking the family to the movies for an evening.” For more information about the Matity’s Get Fishing workshop at Moose Mountain Provincial Park, contact the park’s Visitor Centre at (306) 577-2600. The province will host its annual free ice-�ishing weekend February 16 to 18, 2019.

Carlyle Cardinals host eight teams at baseball’s “Big Moose”

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Lynne Bell Summer Times Staff The 2018 edition of the “Big Moose” baseball tournament returned to Kenosee Lake and Carlyle’s Lions Park, Friday, June 29 through Sunday, July 1 - Canada Day. The host team - the Carlyle Cardinals - welcomed eight Senior Mens teams to three days of play, which ended with the Saskatoon Outlaws winning the top title over the Swift Current Yard Goats, with a game score of 4-2 and wrapping up a weekend of baseball frequently interrupted by rain. This year’s teams included the hometown Cardinals, as well as the Arm River Indians, the Beulah (North Dakota) Blackjaws, the Estevan Taphouse Wolves, the Marysburg Royals, the Muenster Red Sox, the Saskatoon Outlaws, the Saskatoon Stallions and the Swift Current Yard

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The links along the lake By Chris L. Istace Whether it’s a quick nine-hole round of golf or a day on the links, the Moose Creek Golf Club provides a relaxing challenge with superior Prairie vistas. The course – a 3338yard, par-35/36 route – is located in the Moose Creek Regional Park four kilometers north and one kilometer west of Oxbow, Sask. Virtually every hole provides spectacular views of the Alameda Dam Reservoir, which was constructed in the mid-1990s to control the �low of Moose Creek and the Souris River. “The look over the lake is worth the price of admission alone,” said Moose Creek Golf Club manager, Keith Young. After warming up on the club’s driving range, golfers will encounter a course that features two par-three holes, a par�ive (two par-�ives for women), and six par-four tracks (�ive for women). Hole 8 was recently renovated to include a water hazard, giving the course

a wet threat to the ball on about half of the fairways. “It’s actually quite a challenging course,” Young said. “There’s water on number one that you can either hit over to get straight at the green or avoid. Number three has water, number eight has the pond and on number nine, you have to hit over the water, so it’s quite demanding.” All of the holes include four tee-boxes; gold, blue, white and forward. The longest trek is the 588-yard, par-�ive third hole, while number six is set up as a par-four for men and a par-�ive for women. The clubhouse and the entire course are fully licensed, allowing golfers access to a beverage while attempting to tame the Moose Creek track. The facility opened in 2003 and has seen various upgrades in its short history, including the recent addition of new washrooms between the green on Hole 4 and the tee-box on Hole 5. A new

gazebo that overlooks the lake and the course was recently constructed as well, providing a venue for picnicking, birthday and anniversary parties as well as various other events, including weddings. Meanwhile, the regional park facility provides visitors with a multitude of lake-side and water-top activities. The list of its amenities include a boat launch, a beach, camping facilities with Wi-Fi service, a concession, mini-golf, an outdoor theatre, hiking and more. For more information or to book a tee-time, contact the clubhouse at (306) 483-2403, or visit the Moose Creek Golf Course Facebook page. “We like to welcome everyone out for a round of golf. We are totally open for walkons,” Young said. “I think it’s a good idea to phone ahead if you’re coming from a great distance to make sure we do not have event on that day, though.”

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Tower Wolves take command of Saskota By Chris L. Istace After going more than six weeks without a loss, the Estevan Tower Wolves have taken over �irst place as the Saskota Baseball League’s regular season winds into its �inal two weeks of play. The Tower Wolves were in the midst of an 11 game winning streak as of press time, giving them 13 wins and a loss through the �irst three quarters of the 2018 season. Their only loss came to the Oxbow Chiefs on May 22. In recent play, the Tower Wolves knocked over the Southeast Fireballs 11-0 on June 28 before a break in a their schedule through the �irst week of July. They hosted the Carnduff Astros last Thursday and the Redvers A’s on Friday before travelling to Carlyle to meet the Cardinals on Tuesday. Results from these games were not available before Summer Time deadline.

The Tower Wolves are not back on the diamond until July 19 when Carlyle visits them in Estevan. The Oxbow Chiefs held second with 12 wins and a loss as of late last week, but caught the Tower Wolves in games-played with a match on Tuesday versus the Arcola Threshers. Results for that match were not available, but Oxbow managed a dominating 15-4 victory over the Southeast Fireballs on July 3 in Estevan. Other scores in recent play include Arcola defeating the Windthorst Pirates 12-3 on June 28, and the Threshers over the Fireballs 10-2 on July 2. Another three games took place on July 3. The Carnduff Astros defeated the Kenosee Cubs 8-2; the Redvers A’s knocked over the Kipling Royals 8-2; and the Carlyle Cardinals edged the Threshers with a 3-2 victory. Finally, Kenosee squeezed by the Cardinals 6-5 in Carlyle last Wednesday evening.

This week’s Saskota Baseball League play has four games scheduled to take place Thursday. Oxbow will be in Carlyle, Redvers is in Windthorst, Southeast is in Carnduff and Kipling will visit Kenosee. All of these games begin at 6:30 p.m. Five games are slated for Sunday. Redvers meets the Royals in Kipling and Carnduff is at Windthorst at 1 p.m. Meanwhile, the Kenosee Cubs and the Southeast Fireballs play a doubleheader at Kenosee beginning at 2 p.m. The Carnduff Astros are also in Kipling Sunday, meeting the Royals at 4 p.m. The rest of the Saskota Baseball League standings have the Carlyle Cardinals in third spot with a 10-2-1 record, and the Arcola Threshers in fourth with eight wins, four losses and a tie. Meanwhile, the bottom of the rankings run in order as follows: Redvers in �ifth, Carnduff, Kenosee, Kipling, Southeast, and Windthorst.

Question: Dave’s ball lied on a cart path (immovable obstruction) near a boundary fence on the right-hand side of the hole being played (Point A). Dave wishes to take relief from the cart path however there is only a small grass area to drop his ball (Two feet in width). When he drops the ball, it rolls out of bounds (OB). Does Dave re-drop the ball? Is he now penalized for an OB? What happens now? Answer: Dave could play the ball as it lies on the Immovable Obstruction (at Point A) or, Decision 24-2b/6 provides some clarity. As Dave’s ball is in such a position the boundary fence side is his nearest point of relief, he is entitled to drop at this spot (B2). When he takes this action, the ball rolls out of bounds. Under the rules, Dave is required to re-drop without penalty (Rule 20-2c). As Dave is right handed, this drop does not provide him full and complete relief for the cart path when Dave takes his stance

as his feet are still on the path. Dave is required to take full relief otherwise he is penalized two strokes in stroke play or loss of hole in match play should he play it from this position. Dave is now entitled to drop the ball on the other side of the path (Point B1) and therefore he incidentally gets full relief from the boundary fence. This is reasonable and under the rules of golf as he is trying to get relief from an Immovable Obstruction under Rule 24-2. Dave therefore gets to drop on the course side of the path and not the nearest point against the boundary fence. Even though this rule and deci-

sion takes two steps, Dave has proceeded correctly. Remember to review when to re-drop a ball under Rule 20-2c and ... the Rules Matter!

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Week of July 1 to 7, 2018 ARIES

You’ll witness a situation that will leave you perplexed. Someone will tell you a secret that you won’t feel comfortable keeping. You need an outlet to vent.

TAURUS

It’d be a good idea to avoid coffee this week. You’ll feel particularly anxious. Various situations will be outside of your control, so you’ll need to learn to let go. At work, you’ll have to manage most of the week’s emergencies.

GEMINI

THE LUCKIEST SIGNS THIS WEEK: VIRGO, LIBRA AND SCORPIO

Week of July 8 to 14, 2018

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You’ll have a bit of trouble getting in touch with certain people, so expect to have to wait a while for an answer, even if you’ve already left several messages. Whether or not it’s an emergency, you’ll need to be patient.

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SAGITTARIUS, CAPRICORN AND AQUARIUS

See your doctor at the slightest sign of trouble. You’ll manage to accurately size people up and create harmony around you. Your leadership will help improve the atmosphere at work. An emergency situation at work could force you to postpone your vacation plans. Love is in the air this week. Be wary of infections caused by swimming.

You’ll have the desire to conquer the world this week. You’ll be highly motivated to improve your life and start fresh on a more solid foundation. You’ll experience a period of stimulating renewal.

You’ll be passionate about movies and entertainment. You might even find yourself on stage. Your creative chops will be on display in one way or another.

CANCER

CANCER

You should reconnect with your spiritual side and experience something out of the ordinary. Certain feelings will put you on a path that’s better aligned with your personal values.

Use the first few days of the week to reflect before you act. The bigger your plans, the more time you’ll need to think about them. You’ll find answers in action.

You’ll be required to be on the road quite a bit this week, and you’ll long for the comfort of your own home. Your family members will need your assistance even more than usual, and you’ll feel compelled to lend a hand however you can.

LEO

LEO

Taking on those new responsibilities at work will pay off. It won’t be easy at first, but your determination and resolve will lead you to new heights. You’ll lay the foundation for a promising future.

The foundation of your relationship may be getting fragile. You’re a sensitive person, and your partner will need to start treating you accordingly to restore peace and harmony.

LIBRA

Physical health is often intimately linked to one’s mental state. If you’re dealing with a chronic health condition, perhaps the solution lies in your emotions, or perhaps even in the distant past.

SCORPIO

Developing your self-confidence will put you on the path to success. You’ll learn to stroke your own ego, which will help you stand out and display your charisma. Your peers will admire you.

SAGITTARIUS

If you’re in the middle of a big move, you’ll need your partner’s presence and affection to calm your spirit during this time of great change. A clean, uncluttered living environment will help you unwind.

CAPRICORN

You won’t mince your words when it comes time to express your disagreement. You won’t hesitate to draw attention to any form of injustice. You may also be asked to speak in front of a large crowd. Art is an excellent tool for self-expression.

AQUARIUS

Precarious financial situations breed anxiety. Try to see things from a different perspective. You’ll soon realize that it’s only a temporary situation, and you’ll find yourself smiling again before you know it.

PISCES

You’ll be feeling particularly bold this week and in search of new challenges to take on. At work and at home, you’ll accomplish something brilliant that will put you on the path to success. Your dreams will come true.

VIRGO

By Samantha Weaver You’ll take advantage of the summerAmerican to tackle a new project or astrore• It was astronomer, define your career.Carl You’ll Sagan find yourphysicist and author who self in an excellent position to start made the following sage observation: have many “The your fact own thatbusiness. some You geniuses were accomplishments the horizon. laughed at does notonimply that all

who are laughed at are geniuses. They laughed at Columbus, they laughed LIBRA at Fulton, the Wright Hurrythey up andlaughed plan yourat summer vabrothers. they alsodone laughed cationBut if you haven’t so al- at Bozo the Clown.” ready. The longer you spend on the • It’splanning not clear why stages, the lawmakers better. You’ll in the state of Alabama once thought it certainly make some extraordinary necessary to pass a law discoveries and have forbidding a ton of fun. the operation of a vehicle while wearing a blindfold. SCORPIO • Though coffee beenof around You’ll go throughhas all sorts emotions for about 700 years, wasn’t this week, andinstant you’ll feelcoffee the need to invented until 1906. By George Washmake some significant changes ington.around Of you. course thatinspired George You’ll not be greatly Washington. The man who made by a long-term project, even if thecoffee more convenient — and less palatmakes youBelgium. somewhat anxious. able —idea was from • There seems to be quite a rivalry SAGITTARIUS between the towns of Rosehill, North Whether it’s for work or personal Carolina, and Wilmington, Delaware. reasons,claim you’ll finally to an of Both locales to be come the home agreement with people. You’ll in a the world’s largest frying pan, be with an excellent position to request a diameter of 10 feet. This begs some loan from the bank or move questions, of course: How manyforeggs wardfried with aatfinancial are being once totransaction. require such a large piece of cookware? And what sort ofCAPRICORN stove is required to heat such a mammoth Work pan? will take up most of your attention this week. have numerous • If you’re like You’ll the average Ameridetailseat to about consider. You’ll cookies need to in can, you’ll 35,000 your lifetime. apply yourself and take your time in orderwho to do things the first time.say • Those studyright such things that 70 percent of southern Nevada’s AQUARIUS water use goes through the sprinklers for golfYou’ll courses andinlawns Las Vegas. be put chargeinof a very project. Thisthat will bethe a chal• It’sparticular not surprising word lenging situation you, but your “fondue” comes fromforthe French verb self-confidence will “to benefit in the “fondre,” which means melt.” • Dolong yourun. know anyone who is xanthodontous? If so, you might want to PISCES refer them to someone specializing in Whether or not you’re on vacation, cosmetic dentistry. “Xanthodontous” meansyou’ll “having have yellow to spendteeth.” a good part of the week at home. *** Family matters will demand a Day: lot of your attentionis a Thought for the “Laughter Puzzle Solutions thisinternal week. Your body needs form of jogging.” — rest. Norman on page 2 Cousins © 2018 King Features Synd., Inc.

LEO

You’ll need to prepare carefully before speaking in front of a group. An improvised speech won’t cut it. Your tact and diplomacy will help resolve a conflict at work.

VIRGO

You’ll feel like you’re constantly walking on eggshells with certain people. You’ll need to display tact and diplomacy to avoid ruffling any feathers. You may face an unexpected expense.

LIBRA

You’ll need that second cup of coffee to start the week off on the right foot. You’ll have tons of ideas but won’t always know where to start. The fog will clear soon enough.

SCORPIO

Avoid burning the candle by both ends. Try to better channel your energy. Certain people in your social circle will need your help, and you’ll do whatever you can to assist them.

SAGITTARIUS

You’ll be given new responsibilities at work. At home, you’ll need to rethink how you divide housework between yourself and your partner to avoid conflict. With a little patience you’ll make miracles.

CAPRICORN

You’ll find a class or training workshop that’s perfect for you, and this may lead you to a drastic career change. You’ll accomplish one of your greatest lifelong dreams. Don’t the opportunity pass you by.

AQUARIUS

This week would be perfect for a vacation. You’ll feel the need to shake things up and stray from your usual routine. You’ll start to learn a new language in anticipation of an upcoming trip.

PISCES

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VIRGO

You’ll organize an event that will bring together many people. At the very least, know that you’ll go faster and farther by working as a team. Your friends will be particularly demanding with you, and you won’t feel able to turn down their requests.

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If you’re struggling with your emotional state, it may be time to seek professional help. Change in any form will benefit you this week.

CANCER

You’ll experience intense emotional turmoil this week. Even though you tend to withdraw from people when you aren’t feeling well, you can always count on your friends to cheer you up when you need it.


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Aquatic pleasures for a playful summer

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

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.

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!

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Canada Day at Moose Mountain Provincial Park

Staff photos by Lynne Bell

Canada Day at Moose Mountain Provincial Park brought this “Canadian Cutie” - two-year-old Emma Lynn of Regina - to Kenosee Lake to celebrate.

Jenny Geiger-Martel and Eli Martel of Carlyle show their Canada Day colours at Moose Mountain Provincial Park’s July 1st celebrations.

Moose Mountain Provincial Park’s Canada Day celebrations at Kenosee Lake included on- and offbeach games, musical performances, a Canada Day cake, fireworks, and more.

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