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Business booming as Tim Hortons new franchise opens its doors in Warman By TERRY PUGH tpugh@ccgazette.ca

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A paramedic from MD Ambulance treats an injured person at the scene of a collision at the intersection of Highway 11 and Wanuskewin Road.

Two-vehicle crash at Wanuskewin and Highway 11 results in injuries By TERRY JENSON tjenson@ccgazette.ca

Yet another collision on Highway 11 at the junction of Wanuskewin Road has resulted in another injured motorist. Warman RCMP, MD Ambulance and Saskatoon Fire and Protective Services were dispatched to the scene on Thursday, September 1 at about 2 p.m. Initial information from police indicated a westbound Jeep Cherokee collided with a Ford half-ton that was northbound across Highway 11. The lone occupant of the Jeep was treated at the scene and transported to hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The operator of the truck was not injured. The mishap resulted in one westbound lane of Highway 11 being blocked to traffic while Range Rd. 3052 (Wanuskewin Road) was completely shut down for about an hour until the area was cleaned up. RCMP continue to investigate the cause of the crash and charges are pending. The collision is the second of significance this summer. On June 20 one person died when two vehicles collided at the intersection.

Ironically, members of the Warman RCMP and the Saskatoon Regional Traffic Services Unit of the RCMP conducted a selective traffic enforcement operation on August 31 and September 1 targeting the very same intersection as well as the south Warman entrance on Highway 11. The intersections at Wanuskewin Road and the south access to the Town of Warman were monitored for violations of the stop signs at intersection with the provincial highway. As a result of the enforcement operation 49 charges were laid by police in relation to violations of the stop signs. RCMP say this operation is in response to numerous collisions at intersections with provincial highways recently where there have been injuries and fatalities. The general public is cautioned that there will continue to be a police focus at intersections with provincial highways. Both of these intersections have recently had serious collisions. There will be other intersections monitored in the near future.

will actually help their business by bringing more people to Warman to shop, she said. It s also a healthy thing to have more competition in the community. Spence said many councilors and town office staff were on hand not

drove out to Warman and gave them a tour of the town, she added. And I guess the rest is history. It s taken four and a half years to get here, but we ve arrived. While Martin made the initial suggestion to locate in Warman, it

ike Richards is a serious fan of Tim Hortons coffee. The Warman resident was first in line when the new Tim Hortons restaurant opened its doors at 5 o clock in the morning last Friday. Two large doubledoubles, he said, when asked what he was witing for. I need a lot of caffeine to get going in the morning. Even though he wasn t scheduled to start work for another couple hours, he wanted to be the first customer at the iconic Canadian coffee shop when it opened for business in his hometown. It s nice to get my coffee before driving in to Saskatoon, he explained. COUNCIL QUORUM GAZETTE PHOTO BY TERRY PUGH Richards wasn t Mike Richards (right) was first in line at the Tim Horton s restaurant when it opened for busithe only customer lin- ness at 5 o clock in the morning last Friday. Warman Mayor Sheryl Spence (second from right to ing up to get a morn- left), Warman town councilor Sharon Martens, town councilor Richard Beck, Christian Manjering coffee fi x. Warman rez, Warman Town Clerk Judy Thurlow and town councilor Gary Philipchuk were also up before Mayor Sheryl Spence sunrise. and several members of town council and administration just because they like their morn- was TDL management that made the were also up before sunrise so they ing coffee, but because they want- decision to build. The restaurants are basically could be on hand for the long-await- ed to show their support for the venture. Almost the whole town council turn-key operations for the franchied opening. Spence was the second custom- is here, even though it s pretty early see, she explained. The corporation er to place her order. It s a very ex- in the morning, she said. I think we started doing its research and planning, and they approached me about citing day for Warman, she said, definitely have a quorum. five or six months ago after they had When I look out and see the Tim OWNER’S SUGGESTION Hortons sign lit up, it shows me how The restaurant s appearance in approved the location. They said much the community has grown, Warman didn t happen overnight, they were preparing to start buildand how it continues to grow and explained Janna Martin, owner of ing and asked if I would take on the franchise. prosper. the new franchise. Martin, who also owns two Tim Spence said landing a Tim It s actually a good story, MarHortons restaurant is a big step for tin explained in an interview on Hortons restaurants in Saskatoon, Warman. It s one more step on the opening day as a steady stream of one on 51st Street and one on Marway to becoming a city, she said. customer came and went. About quis Drive, received the keys to the There aren t too many towns that four and a half years ago, I was sit- restaurant a few days before the ofyou visit that have a Tim Hortons. ting around a table with some head ficial opening. She said TDL chooses which The next step is city status, which office people from TDL, the parent franchisee they make the offer to. will come next year. corporation for Tim Hortons. I sugI was happy they offered it to She said the feeling among res- gested the Town of Warman was a me, she said. But if they felt it was idents and the business community good location for a new restaurant. is positive. We have talked to many Their response was: Where s Continued on Page 7 business owners, and they feel it Warman? So we got in a car and we Please see TIM HORTONS

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Plug pulled on video games in jail By Colin Craig, Canadian Taxpayers Federation

After filing information requests with the government, the Canadian Taxpayers Federation recently discovered that Saskatchewan taxpayers have been picking up the bill for video games in government-run youth jails. Yes, video games. Thankfully, the controversial expenditures have been outlawed by the government in the future. Remarkably, it took just six hours from the time we raised it with the Premier s office to the time they indicated taxpayers would never again have to pick up the tab for video games in provincial youth jails. Thumbs up to such swift action. After all, jail isn t supposed to be a place of luxury. Why on earth should law abiding taxpayers have to pay for inmates to play the best video games money can buy? Yes, you read that right. We re not talking Atari 2600 s or Nintendos from 1986 ‒ the facilities have Playstation 3 s and Xbox 360 s ‒ the best systems on the market right now. Games for the systems are purchased with either jail funds or inmates own funds. Incredibly, the numbers show the government has been spending more on the average game than inmates. On average, inmates spent $8.30 less per game than the government. The latter even purchased the most expensive game of the bunch ‒ Rock Band for $153.81; it undoubtedly must have come with the plastic drum set and guitar. In the grand scheme of things, the government didn t spend a lot of money ‒ just $1,616.97 on the games over a four year period. But that s not the point. Jails should be a place to repay one s debt to society and learn skills to stay out of trouble in the future. It shouldn t have all the luxuries that people can enjoy on the outside. It s probably safe to say that few taxpayers would care if inmates had a deck of cards to play with or magazines to read after a long day of learning, cleaning up parks or some kind of other productive activity. But certainly high-end video games are a stretch in terms of basic necessities and simple pleasures. The situation in Sask youth jails even has an ironic twist. You see, many of the video games purchased were NHL hockey games. The irony comes from the fact that Edmonton Oilers star goalie Nikolai Khabibulin was just released from the toughest jail in the United States ‒ Arizona s Maricopa County jail run by Sheriff Joe Arpaio. He s the sheriff that makes inmates wear pink jumpsuits and ride exercise bikes in order to produce electricity for lighting that inmates want to use at night. Thus, it s entirely conceivable that at the exact same time that car thieves in Sask youth jails were busy playing as the Edmonton Oilers in an NHL video game, the real Oilers goalie was sweating on an exercise bike to produce electricity in the toughest jail in Arizona. So does Sheriff Joe s approach work? Well, the numbers seem to suggest it does. One study from 2008 found Arizona had the lowest reoffending rate in the nation at just 24.5 per cent. Perhaps numbers like that might entice the Sask government to go beyond cancelling funding for new video games and pull the existing systems out of jail all together. One thing is for certain, taxpayers shouldn t be subsidizing video games in jail. Thankfully the government has said game over to more in the future.

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We re passed Labour Day and the signs point to that special time. The combines are rolling, the leaves are starting to turn and the annual Rider-Bomber Labour Day Classic is in the books. However, this special time comes around not every year, but once every four years. It s pre-election time ‒ that magical time when we can suspend fanciful notions that politicians do things for the greater good of us all and recognize the much more cynical reality that what they do is often about getting themselves re-elected. In fairness to the Saskatchewan Party government that s truly driving much of the cynicism now, the fact that we know we are having a fall election campaign does mitigate a tiny bit of the cynicism that usually accompanies this season. For the first 106 years of this province s existence, the surprise of springing a campaign on an unprepared opposition was an effective tool of government. That Premier Brad Wall would voluntarily give up this political tool by legislating set elections days is a welcomed act that shouldn t go unnoticed. But lest anyone thinks that set election dates meant a complete end to the cynical game playing, think again. Not withstanding a ban on formal government advertising that also starts this week, the Wall government has been busy at the cynical game of pre-election announcements. And what s irritating about its eagerness to buy our votes with our own money is that this is something the Sask. Party government said it wouldn t do. Responding to concerns raised by Liberal leader Ryan Bater in 2009 that the Sask. Party might be willing to sacrifice the building of a new Saskatchewan Hospital in North Battleford for the building of a football stadium in Regina, Health Minister Don McMorris was indignant. He vowed his government wouldn t do what the previous NDP government did. (A new hospital in) Humboldt was announced seven years in a row, specifically before an election, McMorris told the North Battleford News-Optimist. That won t be the case under our government.

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Well, here we are in cynical election season and it s exactly been the case. First came the announcement a mere 81 days before the Nov. 7 vote of $8 million towards the planning on a new $110-million psychiatric hospital in North Battleford. (The Battlefords, by the way, was one of the five closest seats in the 2007 election.) Not only is this what the NDP government did with the Battlefords hospital, but also it s being done with less of a money commitment and much closer to the vote. At least the NDP made its promise 21 months ahead of the eventual 2007 provincial vote and set aside $39 million in the next budget to replace the 100-year-old Saskatchewan hospital by 2010. But, evidently, the Sask. Party

believes in the old adage of in for a penny, in for a pound when it comes upping the pre-election cynicism ante. Last week ‒ a mere 69 days before the provincial vote ‒ it announces a replacement for Moose Jaw s Union hospital. The only thing that needs to be said about the Moose Jaw hospital announcement is that it was even more cynical than the first announcement in that the government is committing a paltry $5 million to planning. The news release did, however, have a quote from Moose Jaw MLA Warren Michelson on what a historic day for Moose Jaw and area it was. Michelson happened to win in 2007 by the slimmest margin of victory in that entire general election. Recently, his re-election task has been made more difficult by the decision of Progressive Conservative party leader Rick Swenson to run in the seat. It seems that one of the benefits of Wall s set election dates is we can now pinpoint when the season of pre-election cynicism begins.

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Museum of Wheat fundraiser aims to maintain heritage elevator By TERRY PUGH tpugh@ccgazette.ca

Residents of Hepburn are hoping to raise $60,000 to ensure that an important piece of the town s history continues to last for several more decades. The Hepburn Museum of Wheat, which is housed in a refurbished Saskatchewan Wheat Pool grain elevator built in 1928, is in dire need of paint to protect the wooden structure from the elements. On Saturday, September 10, a demonstration of old-time threshing methods is scheduled for the museum grounds in Hepburn. It s a day of old-fashioned family fun intended for a good cause, says Barb Potter, a member of the Hepburn Museum of Wheat Committee. The threshing day fundraiser is the first of many events, Potter explained in

an interview. The purpose is to hopefully raise enough money to repaint the elevator. We re trying to raise $60,000 to protect the structure from the weather, and to restore it so it can last another twenty years at least. The elevator was purchased and restored by a group of volunteers from the community in the 1980s and 1990s. Originally slated for demolition, a group of farmers in the area banded together and purchased the elevator from the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool (now Viterra). The farmers also had to negotiate an arrangement with CN Rail, which owned the now-abandoned spur line that ran from Dalmeny through Hepburn to Waldheim, Laird and Carlton. Through countless hours of volunteer labour, the elevator was restored and renovated to house a museum that

documents the farmers cooperative movement as well as a craft gallery. The elevator also serves as a full-size working display of how the original wooden elevators operated. The elevator is one of two provincially-designated heritage building in Hepburn. The other one is the original Hepburn School, also built in 1928 and the only school of that era still used for its original purpose. Potter said the museum committee is confident it can raise the needed funds, but admits it could take a while. We have future fundraisers coming up, she said. Because I m sure we won t be able to raise $60,000 with this one event alone. We re also looking for donations, and encourage people to get involved with the committee. She said the threshing day in Hepburn is designed to be a day of fun for the whole fam-

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ily. It starts at 11 o clock in the morning with a tractor pull with a hayride, as well as face-painting, balloons and other fun activities for the younger kids, she said. We ll have a noon lunch with a KFC dinner served at the Centre on Main street, and a 1 o clock there will be a threshing demonstration. We want to show the younger people what the machinery in front of the museum used to be used for. And then at 2 o clock we ll have some old-fashioned games like potato sack races and there-legged races and logcutting contests. Potter said while the elevator, which is one of the few left in the area, is located in Hepburn, it is a valuable part of the heritage of the region and the province. It s a real treasure, she said. We owe it to future generations to keep it in good shape.

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Enumeration gets underway for upcoming Nov. 7 provincial election By TERRY PUGH tpugh@ccgazette.ca

With the Saskatchewan provincial election set for Monday, November 7, enumerators are hitting the streets this week to begin compiling the ofďŹ cial voters list. The enumeration period runs from Thursday, September 8 to Monday, September 26, marking the ďŹ rst time enumeration has begun before the election writ is actually dropped, according to Daniel Bogdan, communications consultant with Elections Saskatchewan. Previously, enumeration for the voters list only took place inside the writ period, which is limited to 10 days, explained Bogdan in an interview September 1. So it was often a mad scramble to ensure that all the voters in each constituency were enumerated. This extended period will cut down on errors, and will also hopefully mean more people are on the voters list. It will be a more thorough enumeration and will also allow more time to check for accuracy. Overall the quality of the enumeration will go up. Bogdan said enumeration ofďŹ ces in each constituency are now open, and training of enumerators has been ongoing for the past week. Enumerators will go door to door in each constituency and take names of eligible voters in each household. To be eligible to vote in the provincial elec-

tion, individuals must be 18 years of age or older, be a Canadian citizen, and have lived in the province for 6 months prior to the election writ being called.

Enumerators will leave a card at each residence with contact information for the constituency returning ofďŹ cer and the enumeration ofďŹ ce. After the enumeration period ends September 26, a voters list will be generated. Revisions to the voters list can be made between October 13 and October 26. Within that time frame, people can be added to the list if they were missed, and they can also make revisions if their name or address is wrong, explained Bogdan. They can contact the ofďŹ ce by phoning the number on the card, or they can drop in to the enumeration ofďŹ ce. NEW VOTER ID RULES This year marks the ďŹ rst

time the ďŹ xed election date comes into effect. It is also the ďŹ rst provincial election in which voters will be asked for identiďŹ cation at the polls. The new rules regarding identiďŹ cation are designed to follow the lead of Elections Canada, so they re the same as federal elections, explained Bogdan. There are three options. One option is to have a single piece of government-issued photo identiďŹ cation, such as a driver s license. There is also a list of acceptable documents that you can bring with you, such as your voters card, a telephone bill, birth certiďŹ cate or credit card bill. You have to have at least two pieces of identiďŹ cation, and one of them must have your name and address on it. A third option for those who show up at the polls without identiďŹ cation, is to have someone who is on the voters list and in the same polling division vouch for the identity of the voter, added Bogdan. The basic rationale for these rules, which the government has legislated, is that they want people to prove their identity and residence to cut down on the possibility of fraud, or people voting multiple times, said Bogdan. Even though that is highly rare, it s a precautionary move on the government s part. WRIT NOT YET DROPPED The writ for the election has not yet been dropped, and Bogdan says it will be

several weeks until the election campaign is ofďŹ cially launched. Even though we know the date for the election, we don t know the date for when the writ will be dropped, he said. There is a period from October 4 to October 10 when the election could be announced. No one knows what day that will happen until the government decides to drop the writ. The deadline for candidates to declare their intention to run is October 22, noted Bogdan. Right now, on the Elections Saskatchewan website (www.elections.sk.ca) , there is a list of potential can-

didates who have previously stated their intent to run, he said. There is a process they have to go through, including putting up a deposit and having their nomination papers signed by a certain number of nominators who reside in the constituency. Polls will be open on election day, November 7, from 9

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INVITATION Valley Christian Academy 25th Anniversary Celebration September 11, 2011, 7:00 P.M. PHOTO SUBMITTED BY WENDELL ANDRES

A quarter-section of canola was harvested using 15 combines earlier this week

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hen 15 combines are working simultaneously to harvest a single field of canola, it makes a pretty impressive sight. So imagine what it will be like with over 200 combines. That s the goal of Wendell Andres and a group of volunteers with Children s Camps International (CCI), who hope to set a world record in 2012 for getting the most combines in a single field. On September 5, farmers from the Dalmeny, Hepburn, Osler, and Martensville areas took off a quarter-section of canola that was contracted for sale to Bunge. The proceeds of the event go towards the CCI s Harvest for Kids fund, which raises money for children s

camps in developing countries. Andres, a resident of Dalmeny, is coordinator of CCI. He says the event last weekend, which saw 15 combines working togethter, was a bit of a dry run for the world record attempt next fall. The world record right now is 200 combines, which was set last year in Winkler, Manitoba, Andres explained. Our event is slated for October 6, 2012, and it will take place on land straight north of Pine Point service on Highway 12. It s across the road from the Barn Playhouse. The event is designed to raise money for CCI, a Christian organization which enables children in developing countries to attend summer camps.

The event next year will be a huge family-oriented event, noted Andres. We have several old-time threshing clubs that will be working together to host a large threshing demonstration, he said. There will be food catered by Colleen Dyck of the Barn Playhouse, a lot of kids events, and musical entertainment by well-known artists. He added last weekend s harvest event took off nearly 160 acres in record time. The farmers were pretty excited, he said. It also attracted a lot of attention from motorists passing by on the highway. Andres said volunteers who are interested in helping out with next year s world record attempt, can contact him at 306-222-3002 or by e-mail at wendell@ccicamps.com .

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Swaggerville is no match for Riderville In Ken Miller s first game back as head coach of the Saskatchewan Roughriders, the Green & White upset the CFLs top team, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, 27-7 in Sunday s Labour Day Classic XLV in Regina. From the moment they ran out of the tunnel, the Riders appeared like a totally different team from the one which lost seven of its first eight games before the coaching change. Rider quarterback Darian Durant fired a pair of touchdown passes to Chris Getzlaf and another to Weston Dressler as part of a 234-yard outing. Durant revealed after the game he called all his own plays for the entire contest, which was a first in his young career. But the hero in the game was Miller, who showed incredible nerve in firing coach Greg Marshall and offensive coordinator Doug Berry and replaced them with himself two weeks ago. Despite the inspiring effort of the players, the story of the game was the head coach. It is absolutely great in that locker room, Miller said after the contest. I think our defense was just outstanding today. Special teams were great, (kicker) Chris Milo was

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football this season from 6-man football. It s pretty disappointing to not be in the same conference as Martensville, stated Warman Wolverines coach Tyler Scheidt. Both programs got started at the same time and have been going strong for four years, and it s always created a lot of excitement when we play each other. Martensville Royals assistant coach Myles Loeffler

feels the same way. Yeah, it s not the best situation, he said. We re hoping they ll revisit that decision. Scheidt said the Saskatchewan high School Athletics Association (SHSAA) apparently made the choice after reviewing the inequality in the football conferences last season. There was one confer-

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DELISLE VS. MARTENSVILLE without coaches, to get ready for the season. He added that he was pleasantly surprised by the performance of his defense, which is made up mostly of younger players in Grades 10 and 11. We were mainly a Grade 12 defense last year, he said. We had seven of our starters on defense graduate last year, and of our two returning starters, one of them is injured. I think we might have one player over 5 foot 6 on defense, so it s a real credit to the coaching staff and how they re working with the kids to get them to play their positions and work as a unit. The depth of the football program in Delisle is a big reason for the team s success in recent years. Byers said over the last decade they have worked hard to encour-

age a culture of football in the school and the community. It s one of those things that the kids look forward to in their high school career, he said. It s something that really brings the community together. But with declining enrolment at the school, Byers said it s going to be challenging to keep the program at its current high level. Twelve years ago when I started, our student population was 410 kids, he said. Now we re down to 280 students. I only have about 15 kids per grade playing football, and right now we only have one Grade 9 student on the team. So it s hard to say where the program will be in three or four years. There s a possibility we may have to switch to 6-man football. But right now we have a very strong team and we re going to ride this crest

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as long as we can. Our goal is to make it to the provincial final again this year. Byers gave credit to Martensville for playing a determined game right to the end, and said the lopsided score was parly a reflection of the momentum shift early in the game. The next home game for Delisle is Friday, September 9 when they host North Battleford John Paul II high school. ROYALS REBUILDING After graduating a lot of their starters from last season, the Martensville Royals are focusing on rebuilding from the ground up. We re definitely a young team and that s a positive thing because that means we have stuff we can work on and the kids are just going to get better as they get more experience, noted Royals coach Lyle Evanisky after the game.

We re a little thin in our roster but we have kids showing up to practice that want to play and we re going to work with the ones we have. And we re having fun. Evanisky said the team only dressed about 20 kids, with the majority of them Grade 10s and 11s. He said one bright spot was the play of the defense. I actually thought our defense played pretty well, he said. The problem was we just couldn t seem to generate anything on offense, and we turned the ball over way too often, so that meant we left our defense on the field just way too long. The defense and the kick return teams are definitely going to have to rest their legs after this game. The Martensville Royals next home game is Friday, September 9 when they host the Unity Warriors.

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ence in the southwest part of the province that only had three teams, Scheidt explained. Basically they were on their own because of the travel distances involved. There were other conferences with up to 8 teams, so the SHSAA decided to make four conferences with an equal number of teams, and they drew the lines on a map to divide it up. That line apparently went right down the middle between Warman and Martensville, two communities separated by less than 10 kilometers. It was a pretty sharp pencil, I guess, said Scheidt. I m not bothered by being in a different league, and we re looking forward to playing teams we ve never played before. I understand the rationale, but it is really disappointing to not be in the same conference as Martensville. There was a good friendly rivalry, the kids loved it and the communities came out and supported it. And since it s a high school athletics program, the travel costs and time involved really play a big part in these things. It s added costs for us and for Martensville. Hopefully that will get sorted out sooner rather than later in the upcoming years.

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When 18-year old Darya DeBruijn of Langham stepped out into thin air from the roof of the Carlton Tower in downtown Saskatoon, she experienced a feeling of nearweightlessness. It was awesome, she said moments after rappelling down the 22-storey apartment building on Tuesday, August 30. I still have some adrenaline going. Standing on the edge of the roof was just super-cool because I just felt totally weightless. I realized the time had come to step out, and I was just ready to go. DeBruijn had been anticipating the moment for weeks, ever since she signed up to take part in the Easter Seals Drop Zone 2011 challenge. She raised the required $1500 entrance payment, and went on to raise another $2000 to go toward Camp Easter Seal, a summer camp at Watrous for children with disabilities. She was one of 62 super-heroes ‒ many of whom dressed in costume - who took part in the day-long event. A total of $113,070 was raised to support Camp Easter Seal, Summer Fun Program, and Adaptive Technologies. The amount, which

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The start of another school year means the start of another high school football season, and Warman Wolverines coach Tyler Scheidt says that s always something to look forward to. It s awesome, he said in an interview as the team went through its paces in preparation for its first regular season game against Nipawin. We re going to have a lot of fun. It s different this year because we started practices later and the games start earlier, so we ve been practicing every day to try and get ready for our first game. Despite graduating a lot of experienced players last season, Scheidt said the Wolverines are expecting big things from the returning veterans, some of whom are only in Grade 11. Logan Misskey started at quarterback during the last half of the season last year as

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was $30,000 over the goal set by organizers, broke all Saskatoon Drop Zone event records, and is enough to send 75 kids to camp next summer. *It s a big challenge, but participants stepped up, met the challenge and made it a great day, said Keith Appleton, Director of Provincial Services for the Saskatchewan Abilities Council. People living with disabilities in Saskatchewan get out of their comfort zone every day to live active and barrier-free lives. That s what we did here today. Getting out over the ledge of Carlton Tower takes determination, according to Mona Loshack, Drop Zone Coordinator, Ordinary people challenged themselves and conquered their fears for a good cause, she said. DeBruijn was the youngest participant, while 65-year old Roberta Lafontaine was the oldest. DeBruijn said while it took a few seconds for her to get her bearings once she started her descent, it got easier as she made her way down. Once I got the hang of it, it was fun, she said. I really hope to go again next year. Remote Access Technology, a Halifax company which

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a Grade 10, said Scheidt. And he ll be back for this year and hopefully next year as well. I think he ll do a great job for us. One of the players the

Warman squad was hoping to utilize extensively won t be in the lineup. Nyle Segovia, who last year played a big part as a receiver, punter and kicker, broke his collarbone during a

pre-season practice. He s likely out for the season, lamented Scheidt. You hate to lose a player of that quality. But on the other hand, we have a lot of talent and we ll be counting on those guys to step up. Scheidt said while the team lost a lot of size when a big part of the offensive line graduated last year, they re hoping to make up for it in skill and speed. The talent level is probably as high as we ve ever had, he said. We re probably the smallest team, size-wise, I ve ever coached, but in terms of athletic ability, we re definitely better than what I ve seen before. So we ll have to see how that translates into the new league. He said Adam Leik, one of the team s top running backs last season as a Grade 10, is returning. Continued on Page 16 Please see WOLVERINES

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Facility Program Supervisor This is a management position that is responsible for the supervision of staff and the day to day program operations of the Legends Centre, Diamond Arena, Brian King Centre and Library. Facility Maintenance Supervisor This is a management position that is responsible for the supervision of staff and the overall mechanical operations and facility maintenance work related to all of the Town s facilities, which includes the Municipal Office, Library, Fire Hall, Police Station, Legends Centre, Diamond Arena, Brian King Centre and all leasable properties

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The Town of Warman offers a comprehensive benefit plan. Please forward your resume in confidence by 4:30 pm on Friday, September 16, 2011 to Town of Warman c/o Paul McGonigal P.O. Box 340 Warman, Saskatchewan S0K 4S0; fax (306)933-1987; email paul.townofwarman@sasktel.net.

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Parks & Recreation 1 This is a full-time labourer position that is responsible for all daily operations & maintenance of the community s recreation facilities, parks, playgrounds and greenspace. Building Custodian This is a full-time labourer position that is responsible for the daily custodial duties, event set-up/take down and maintenance of the community s recreation facilities. Customer Service Representative This is a full-time position that is responsible for reception, receipting, data entry and filing at the Legends Centre.

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Green Party; and Glenn Wright of Delisle will run for the NDP. In the Martensville constituency, Saskatchewan Party MLA Nancy Heppner will be once again running; while Catlin Hogan will run for the NDP; Mark BiglandPritchard will represent the Green Party. In the Humboldt constituency, incumbent Donna Harpauer will represent the Saskatchewan Party; Gordon Bedient will be running for the NDP; and Jennifer Brooke-Fox will carry the colours for the Green Party. In the Rosetown-Elrose riding, Highways Minister James Reiter will run for the Saskatchewan Party; while Thomas Howe will represent the NDP. In Saskatoon Northwest, Gordon Wyant is the candidate for the Saskatchewan Party; and Nicole White will represent the NDP. Saskatoon Southeast will see a contest between Justice Minister Don Morgan of the Saskatchewan Party and Zubair Sheikh of the NDP. A complete list of candidates is available on the Elections Saskatchewan website at www.elections.sk.ca .

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HUNCHAK ANTIQUE AND COLLECTABLE SALE SAT., SEPTEMBER 17, 2011 • 10AM 1410 FAULKNER CR., SASKATOON, SK. FURNITURE & LAMPS: Superior wood cook stove sold by Massey-Harris in 1945; Floor lamp w/marble base & orig glass shade; Marble column table lamps; Oak china cabinet w/mirrored back. FARM & OTHER VINTAGE TOYS: Case Model D toy tractor in box; Ford Model 8N toy tractor; Ford Model 9N toy tractor . ADVERTISING CLOCKS & SIGNS: Export A Tobacco Company clock; Firestone Tires lighted sign & shipping box; McClarys Stoves porcelain sign. HOUSEHOLD & OIL COMPANY TINS & BOTTLES: Red Rose tea tin (3 lbs.) w/screw top; Red Rose coffee tins; MacDonalds cigarette tins; Buffalo Oil Co ad glass jar; B/A Oil & Esso handy oilers. COINS & CURRENCY; Includes many silver coins & sets; LICENSE PLATES: 1919 to 1970 incl foreign plates; EATONS & OTHER COMPANY CATALOGES & MAGAZINES: From 1923 to 1961. FARM & AUTO MANUALS & LITERATURE; CALENDARS, MAPS & POSTCARDS; SHOWCASE COLLECTABLES AND WATCHFOBS; VINTAGE TOOLS & FARM PARTS; GLASSWARE & HOUSEHOLD COLLECTABLES; SCHOOL READERS, SONGBOOKS & YEARBOOKS COUNTRY & WESTERN RECORDS & MEMORABILIA; COOKBOOKS & POSTCARDS; ROYALTY & WESTERN HERITAGE PAPER MEMORABILIA. Too many items to list. Visit our website at www.bodnarusauctioneering.com for a complete gallery of all pictures & items.

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TAKING SHAPE Construction of the new Tim Hortons restaurant in Martensville, located along Centennnial Drive, is continuing on pace. The restaurant is slated to open this fall. The Tim Horton s in Warman opened September 2.

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Warman High School Tuesday, September 13 U12 Boys.....7PM to 7:45PM U14 Boys.....8PM to 8:45PM ••• Thursday, September 15 U16 & under girls.....7PM to 7:45PM U16 Boys.....8PM to 8:45PM SOCCER KIT MUST BE WORN FOR TRYOUTS, WHICH INCLUDES: • Indoor Shoes • Socks • Shorts • Shin Pads • T-shirt/soccer strip or any other top If you require any further information please contact Yvonne Morrissey, Administrator (306) 384-2625 or email yvonnemorrissey@sasktel.net

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MONEY: Silver dollars, 1¢ pieces - 1885, ‘16, ‘17, ‘18, ‘15, 3-’73, $1 bill, $2 bill, millenium sets. BUCKLES & TIES: 2-IH & 1 J.D. string ties - MF, Long Horn, Grader, gold stripe, etc. buckles. TOYS: 2 J.D. 4010 tractors, Cockshutt tractor, forklift, metal trucks, Barbie dolls, matchbox, metal dishset (20pcs) cars. LAMPS & LANTERNS: Books & manuals. AGRICULTURAL & MISC.: 1 man saw, buck saw, cow bell, wood black planes, metal signs, collector tins, nail keg. ADVERTISING: calendars, thermometres, pens sets. GLASSWARE: Depression glass - pink, yellow, green, carnival glass, Rockwell mugs, fancy bowls, plates, etc. crocks, coffee grinder, ornaments, beam & store scales, dishes. SEE FULL LIST ON WEBSITE & PICTURES.

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PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that nominations of candidates for the office of: Board Member: Prairie Spirit School Division No.: 206 Sub-Division No.: 4 will be received by the undersigned on the 21st day of September, 2011, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Prairie Spirit School Division office, 121 Klassen Street East, Warman, SK, and during regular business hours on September 9, 2011 to September 20, 2011, at Prairie Spirit School Division office, 121 Klassen Street East, Warman, SK. Nomination forms may be obtained at the following location(s): • Schools in the Prairie Spirit School Division Sub-Division No. 4 (Dalmeny, Osler, Hepburn, Warman and Martensville) • Town and Village offices in the Prairie Spirit School Division Sub-Division No. 4 (Dalmeny, Osler, Hepburn, Warman and Martensville) • Prairie Spirit School Division Office Dated this 31st day of August, 2011 Ron Walter, Returning Officer

Weekly Horoscopes CAPRICORN You have an advantage. Use it, Capricorn. Debate begins on a crucial issue at work. Make your opinion known, but be brief. The more you say, theless you ll be heard. AQUARIUS A coverup is in place at home. Time to don the detective cap and do a little snooping, Aquarius. Bold actions from a young friend are not as calculating as you might think. PISCES Pools of envy surround you at work. Watch your step, Pisces. A green element turns out not to be as green as you thought. Better do your homework next time. ARIES There is some wiggling room on a deadline. Slow down, Aries, and get it right. Boredom is short lived at home with the arrival of a houseguest. TAURUS The loopiness of a friend usually makes you crazy, but not this week, Taurus. They have what it takes to get you over the hump on a creative endeavor. GEMINI Get on with it, Gemini. You ve dawdled around long enough, waiting for a colleague to help. Obviously they aren t available, so grab someone else who is.

CANCER Long walks in the park set the stage for reflection, and you make a surprising discovery about yourself, Cancer. A varmint wreaks havoc at Home. LEO Waste not, want not, Leo. Taking steps now to implement the three R s in your home will reap big rewards in your bottom line later. A project moves forward. VIRGO Friends turn you on to the latest and greatest thing, and guess what Virgo, you like it. Make it part of your routine. Finances improve big time with a windfall. LIBRA The call goes out for assistance. Heed it only if you can, Libra. A broken heart is mended, improving the atmosphere at home considerably. SCORPIO Youngsters become restless, and you must think outside of the box for ways to entertain them. An art project might be in order, but be careful what you choose, Scorpio. SAGITTARIUS Fiscal concerns ease with good budgeting and diligence. News from a friend sends you over the moon, Sagittarius. Get everyone together for a little celebration.

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Shadow Reddekopp is in his Grade 12 year this year, and he s going to be in his third year as a starter at the middle linebacker position. We hope to see that as a strength for us. The competitiveness level in the new league is going to be high, Scheidt predicted. Humboldt is the reigning nine-man provincial championship team, and Clavet was a perennial finalist in six-man football, and they ve now moved up to nine-man. So we ll have our work cut out for us. Scheidt said the growth of minor football in the community, and the support of the crowds that turn out for the high school games on Friday afternoons have both played a role in strengthening the program. I really hope that continues, he said. We have a great facility here, with the booth that was built last year. And this year we ll have a new score clock as well. Warman played Nipawin on September 2 but the score was unavailable. The Wolverines play in Humboldt on September 9. Their first home game is September 16 when they host Tisdale.

OK Corral hosts High School Rodeo The OK Corral is hosting the Saskatchewan High School Rodeo this weekend, September 10 and 11. Admission for the day is $5 per person or $15 per family per day. The OK Corral is located 4 miles north of Martensville and 1 mile east of Highway 12 on Power Line Road.

BERGTHALER CHURCH - 206 - 2nd St. West G. Buhler - 239-4761 Service & Sunday School 10:00AM CHRISTIAN LIFE FELLOWSHIP - 208 Main Street, Warman Sask. - 934-7007 Sunday 10:30AM Worship Service Kids church during service REDEEMED CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF GOD - 903 - 6th Ave. South Pastor Mercy Arinze 979-7726 (church) or 242-1314 Sunday School 10 AM Worship 10:30AM ST. JOHN LUTHERAN CHURCH - 123 South Railway St. West Pastor Randy Heide 933-2365 Family Worship 11:00AM WARMAN GOSPEL CHURCH - 418 Central St. West - 242-8670 Pastor Ed Martens Sun: Worship Service 10:30AM (Children s Church during Service) Mon: Youth 3:30PM Tues: Olympian Club 6:45PM Wed: Prayer Encounter 7:00PM WARMAN MENNONITE CHURCH - 112 - 6th Ave. North - 933-4660 Worship Service & Sunday School 10:45AM

DALMENY DALMENY BIBLE CHURCH - 406 Wakefield Ave. - 254-2075 Sun: Bible Discovery 9:30AM / Worship Service 10:40AM DALMENY COMMUNITY CHURCH - 121 - 4th St. - 254-2019 Sun: Sunday School 9:45AM / Worship Service 10:45AM

RADISSON HARVEST BAPTIST CHURCH - 415 William St. Pastor Alan Vaal (306) 827-2262 res Sunday: Sunday School 10 AM Worship/Gospel service 11 AM / Evening service 6:30 PM Thursday: Bible Study/prayer meeting 7 PM

OSLER OSLER COMMUNITY CHURCH - 625 - 3rd St. - 239-2224 Pastor Nick Kimpinski Thurs: Youth 7:00PM OSLER MENNONITE CHURCH - 212 - 2nd Ave. - 239-2133 (fax 239-2279) Sun: Worship 10:00AM / Sunday School 11:15AM OSLER MISSION CHAPEL - 110 - 6th Ave. Pastor Bill Janzen 934-2065 Pastor John Unger 242-6683 Pastor Simon Wiebe 239-4849 Sunday School 9:30AM / Sunday Worship 10:45AM PLAINS CONSERVATIVE MENNONITE CHURCH - 3.5 miles West of Osler 931-2587 or 249-4293 Wed:Bible Study 8:00PM Sun: Sunday School 10:00AM - Worship 11:00AM GRACE GOSPEL FELLOWSHIP CHURCH - 501 - 1st St. Pastor Peter Klassen 384-3376 Communion Service: 1st Sunday 6:30PM Services: Sunday 10:30AM, Wednesday 7:30PM

LANGHAM FIRST SASKATCHEWAN LUTHERAN CHURCH - 827-2265 Sunday School 9:00AM / Sunday Worship 9:00AM KNOX UNITED CHURCH - 302 - 2nd St. East - 716-5015 Minister Dale Breitkreutz Sunday Worship 10:30AM / Sunday School 10:30AM LANGHAM EVANGELICAL BIBLE CHURCH - 47 ‒ 5th Ave. 283-4321 Senior Pastor Greg Guarnett - Associate Pastor Justin Epp 10:50AM Sunday Worship Service - 9:45AM Family Hour (Sunday School) www.langhambiblechurch.homestead.com LANGHAM ZOAR MENNONITE - 110 - First St. East - 283-4494 Pastor Abe Buhler Sunday School 9:30AM / Worship Service 10:40AM ST. MARK S CATHOLIC CHURCH - 423 Main St. East - 283-4482 May - July 31st: 11AM Sundays  August 1st: 9AM Sundays

MARTENSVILLE IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY ROMAN CATHOLIC PARISH 300 - 8th Ave. South - 931-3111 May-July: 9AM Sundays  August 1st: 11AM Sundays MARTENSVILLE ALLIANCE CHURCH - www.achurchthatcares.com Pastor Kevin Martens - 931-2434 Sunday School 9:30AM / Service 11:00AM MARTENSVILLE BAPTIST - 209 Centennial Dr. North - 931-2688 Pastors Harv Sawatzky, Tim Braun, Aaron Dalman www.martensvillebaptist.com Summer Service 10 AM MARTENSVILLE MISSION - Main St. and 5th Avenue Reverend Wilf Gaertner - 931-2100 Sunday School 9:30AM / Worship Service 10:30AM Youth 7:00-9:00PM LIFE COMMUNITY CHURCH (PAOC) - Martensville Civic Centre Pastor: Ken Bodvarson, 306-978-5296 www.lifecommunity.ca Service 11:00AM

HEPBURN HEPBURN GOSPEL CHURCH - 706 - 2nd St. East - 947-2143 Pastor Dean Huber • email: hgc@sasktel.net Worship Service 9:30 AM ‒ Sunday School 9:30 AM HEPBURN MENNONITE BRETHREN CHURCH - office@hepburnmb.com Lead Pastor Jeff Peters - 947-2085 • Youth Pastor Greg Klassen Sunday Service: 9:30 AM Sunday School 11:00 AM

HAGUE HAGUE GOSPEL CHURCH - 112-5th St. www.haguegospelchurch.com Sun: Sunday School 9:30AM / Worship Service 10:30AM HAGUE MENNONITE CHURCH - 202 - 3rd St. Pastor Ken Bechtel - 225-2211 Worship Service 10:45AM / Sunday School 9:30AM ZION EVANGELICAL LUTHERN CHURCH - 120 - 1st St. Pastor Michael Diegel - 225-4554 or 232-5023 Worship Service 9:30AM

NORTH CORMAN PARK BETHEL CHRISTIAN REFORMED CHURCH - located on the corner of Hwy 11 north & Rge. Road 381 (right across Saskatoon Shines sign) Pastor Ron Smeding (rsmeding7@juno.com) www.bethelsk.ca 652-4655 Sun. School 10AM (preschool-Gr.9); Worship service 11AM; Gems, Cadets Monday nights Grade 3-8


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Crop insurance to cover unseeded acreage losses The Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation (SCIC) has provided a record $329 million to assist producers with land they were unable to seed due to excess moisture in 2011. This record funding was provided for 13,500 claims under the Unseeded Acreage (USA) Benefit, which was increased from $50 to $70 per eligible acre in 2011. For the second consecutive year, excess moisture prevented many producers from seeding their land, Agriculture Minister Bob Bjornerud said. I am pleased the Crop Insurance Program is providing this record level of support to help producers

address these challenges. I m also very pleased that these claims have been processed by our Crop Insurance employees and the cheques delivered to farmers in such a timely manner. Over the past two years, Crop Insurance has provided a record $551 million to producers through the USA Benefit. The 2011 Excess Moisture Program (EMP), which was announced in August, provides an additional $30 per eligible acre for land that was too wet to seed or was seeded and then flooded out. All Saskatchewan producers are eligible for the EMP. SCIC is administering the program and will continue to process

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EMP claims as quickly as possible. The deadline to apply is September 30, 2011. More than $600 million has been made available under the EMP in 2010 and 2011 to help producers affected by excess moisture. Over the last four years, the Government of Saskatchewan has worked to improve the Crop Insurance Program, including providing the four largest budgets and average coverage levels in the program s history. For further information or to register a Crop Insurance or EMP claim, producers can contact their local Crop Insurance office or call 1-888-9350000.

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By Brooks Barks M Martensville, ill SK

Certified Financial Planner BMO Nesbitt Burns Inc.

Do we understand what financial planning is? To understand the benefits of Financial Planning we must first understand what financial planning really is. Financial planning is an evolving plan that changes as you grow your family, your career and your lifestyle.

It is not static but an integrated part of making smart decisions at all junctures in your life. As you move on through life, your plan needs to be reviewed as personal circumstances change. For example, getting married or buying a

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house and raising a family will definitely change certain priorities. It is not enough to pop into a local bank one Friday afternoon to get a plan and consider the process complete. Of course, the obvious question for most people is when to retire, but what about those unexpected expenses that happen along the way? Direction, without a goal, is aimless. An aimless portfolio is bound to disappoint. To avoid disappointment, you need direction and to give yourself direction you need a plan. What good does the security of a GIC do for you if you will run out of money for groceries down the road? This is only the illusion of security. What is the

point in pursuing a high-volatility stock portfolio if your only real ambition is to secure yourself a streamlined and comfortable retirement? How will lifechanging events impact you as an individual, and therefore your financial situation if you have no context in which to focus it? Financial Planning melds your real world aspirations with your aspiring financial reality to give you a realistic set of expectations. Sometimes this can be a disappointing reality check, for others it is filled with relief but for everyone who takes the time to set out a plan, the net result is empowerment; empowerment to take constructive action

in your life to make the changes that need to be made. It gives you the opportunity to take the steps needed to give you the life you know you deserve. Planning is not just for the rich or for the organized. It is for everyone who wants to give themselves a better chance at success. Your advisor should want this for you too. There are other reasons why financial planning is important as well. For example, you will be able to manage your daily financial affairs better. By sticking to your plans, you can avoid excessive spending and unmanageable debts. You will know when investment decisions are suitable for you. The list goes on. Protect that wealth. Think

of yourself as a wealth-making machine. It is important to protect that machine. Insurance (medical, life and general insurance) is important in protecting your capability to continue to build that wealth. Very few things of real value in this world would ever be sold without warranty, and you yourself are highly valuable. Your investments are the grease that will keep you (the wealth machine) operating long into the future. The plan is the schematic that tells your mechanic (ie ‒ the Financial Planner) how to keep the machine operating efficiently. If you would do it for your car, then surely you would do it for yourself. You are worth it.


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The Borden Friendship Club held a BBQ for their August 31st supper and birthdays, with the club providing the burgers, buns and wieners and Clive Wensley supplied the birthday cake. There were 35 out to enjoy the varied and delicious salads everyone brought to eat with the burgers and hotdogs. Blowing out the candles were Ann Kohut, Rueben Derksen, Stella Skwara, Audrey Baker, Henry Derksen and a guest Rosemarie Willis. Rita Smith spoke about the walking trail being built by Dan Gunsch in conjunction with the Parks and Recreation Board and needed volunteers

for a work bee on September 17th to scrape and paint picnic tables, mount the coach and solar lights to the lamp posts, work on two perennial flower beds and someone to do welding for brackets to hold the garbage cans. A cement table and bench will be placed along the trail by the creek. Besides the $23,400 grant the Seniors received, the RM of Great Bend donated $3800 and Home Depot a $2,000 voucher for supplies. When the trail is finished and some of this work completed there will be a wind-up picnic involving the school children, the Seniors and the community, hopefully by the middle of October. Following this report, en-

tertainment for the evening was provided by Peter singing and Mary Thiessen playing the keyboard and she also had two pieces on the piano. Many of the tunes were gospel then Peter led in a sing-song with familiar old tunes such as Camptown Races, Clementine and Grandfather s Clock, using an overhead. Borden School Community Council is holding a Trade Show on September 14th at the school gym, with booths, scavenger hunt and a time to meet the new staff ‒ Mitch Luiten, Atina Johnson and Jackie Corbett. Program is at 6:30 ‒ 7 p.m. with snacks from 7 ‒ 8 p.m and everyone is welcome. The Borden Dance Club is holding registration night for

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the upcoming season on Monday, September 12th at 7 p.m. in the Borden Senior s Room with a meeting of parents & instructors to follow. Living Books, based at Borden and owned by Martin and Janice Whitbread, held their 25th Anniversary August 19th and 20th with theme Great Things He Has Done , and the first day was spent in Saskatoon, having a social involving a Riverboat Cruise ‒ the first 35 enjoyed a meal while the others ate elsewhere, then the remaining guests went on a cruise at 8:15 p.m. down the S. Saskatchewan. Saturday there were seminars ongoing at the Saskatoon Inn while the warehouse in Borden was open for browsing. In the afternoon, at the Borden Community Centre, while enjoying delicious choc-

olate fondue, there was an author s reception with special guests Brock (Above) Borden Seniors birthdays for August (left to Thoene, right) Henry Derksen, Reuben Derksen, Stella Skwara, Lauraine Audrey Baker, Ann Kohut, Rosemarie Willis. Snelling and Davey Seward had started out with and Marie Successful Living then when Jank. A gala reception and re- the Whitbreads and Schulzs union was held in the evening took over in 1986 the name with the Borden Lion s cater- was changed to Living Books, and they are now worldwide ing to the event. Everyone enjoyed a trip with the warehouse in Borden down memory lane with a slide and another office in, Ontario. Awards were also given show depicting Martin and the crew when they first started out for volume purchasers selling in 1976, then in 1986 from January to June of 2011, co-founders Lloyd and Arlene and presentations were made Schulz incorporated with the to distributors who have been Whitbreads. Their predeces- selling for 10, 15, 20, 25 years sors ‒ visionaries Walt and Joy and one couple for 35 years.

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