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Cops are on the lookout for brazen thieves who swiped a vehicle and a trailer from a Chestermere home. On the morning of Sept. 2, a Willowmere Close resident discovered his all terrain vehicle and trailer were stolen the night before. The ATV is described as a dark-green, 2005 Honda four-wheel drive, with serial number TE2655. The trailer is a 2006 silver “Yacht Club” brand. Chestermere Mounties are also still looking for information about a hit and run that took place late last month. About 10:30 p.m. Aug. 29 a dark green Honda Accord, legally parked along Springmere Place, was struck and significantly damaged by an unidentified vehicle. The Honda Accord was struck in the rear

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quarter-panel and pushed up on to the sidewalk. Police noted yellow paint was transferred to the Honda Accord from the impact. Neither the vehicle nor the driver have been identified, however witnesses said there was a house party in the vicinity the same evening. If anyone has any information in these crimes or any others please contact the Chestermere RCMP at 403-207-8777. Or call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or through the Internet at www.tipsubmit.com. Crime stoppers will pay cash rewards up to $2000.00 for information that leads to an arrest, the recovery of stolen property or seizure of illegal drugs. The Chestermere Laker welcomes letters from its readers. Letters must be signed and should include a clearly printed name, address and telephone number. Only names

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Loopy for a great cause Mickey Dumont Chestermere Laker s a crack head Bernard Maillet could see a finish line and it was grim. Now, 10 years since his last crack cocaine toke, the now buff Chestermere resident is an accomplished international triathalete and marathon runner and he’s building his own finish line. “I’ve seen the bottom,” said Loop Around the Lake founder Maillet while signing up runners for the Sept. 18 fundraiser. “It came to a time when I decided I wanted to be an asset and not an ass.” The Chestermere Public Library knows Maillet is now an asset: all funds raised from the charity run go directly to the library for whatever improvements it decides upon. “I have a plan to raise $100,000 in 10 years through Loop Around the Lake,” Maillet said. He is also dreaming of when the run will grow to attract 500 runners. “It can and will happen,” he said Wednesday, with a gleam in his eyes. The Second Annual Loop Around The Lake runs in conjunction with the town’s longest running event, the Chestermere Country Fair. The Loop around the Lake offers two new formats, a 1-km kids’ run, a 5.2-km and the

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competitive 11.2-km. Chesteremere Coun. Tim Bergen credits Maillet for his hard work and altruistic attritude. “I bumped into Bernie a few days ago and thought it was fortunate timing for me as my running parter and wife, Lesley, and I had just completed a 20-km training run the weekend before — I wanted to gloat a bit.” But for Bergen, the 11.2-km Loop around the Lake run last year was not a high point in his running career. “This was not surprising due to my lack of training,” he admitted. “The result was an injured knee that left me unable to run for three months. After some therapy, and a significant amount of training, I am ready to even the score. My wife and I are registered again this year for the 11.2k run.” Families can now easily participate and even bring the pooch and start at the back, away from the competitive runners. Last year there were more prizes than participants, but this year, “we’ll have less prizes but they will be more special,” said the organizer. The race officially starts at 8 a.m., but “We will have Katie from World Health Club and Fitness to lead a warm-up around 7:30 am for 10-15 minutes,” said Maillet Package pick-up (T-shirts and timing chips) will start at 6:45 am - 7:30 am race morning. The Loop Around the Lake route begins and finishes at Sunset beach.

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stretch. Organizers are confidant Mother Nature will cooperate Sept. 17 and 18 to make sure the fair will continue to impress. Friday night’s Teen Blast starts at 6 p.m.,and is spread over two outdoor stages and features the second annual Battle of the Bands on one grandstand and Guitar Hero on the other. “There’s not a lot offered in the community for teens,” said Vicki Klinger, the fair’s chief organizer. “Last year we had about 100 to 150 teens participate — we hope to double that number this year.” The Battle of the Bands is sponsored by First Fire Productions and first prize is a beaut — the top band will win studio time to help cut a music CD. Teen Blast is also cheap entertainment. For the $10 entry fee, youths and teens will enjoy the entertainment on both stages, a free round of laser tag and some refreshments. Teen blast goes from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. at the rec centre. Jen Peddlesden, chair of the Red Ribbon fair committee, said there’s “lots” of prize money this year. “I think that people need to be reminded of that,” she said. Peddlesden said entrants only become known on the Friday when registering. “We don’t know until Friday afternoon between 1 p.m. and 6:45

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p.m. on Sept 17. People will the fill out entry forms and then we know what we have.” It’s bedlam from 6:30 p.m. on with people coming in late, she said. Peddlesden said this year all Red Ribbon entry fees have been waived. “It does not cost you a thing.” Eight judges are then invited to rule in their prospective categories. New this year is a viewing gallery above the curling rink to watch the judges make their rounds starting at 7 p.m. Platinum sponsors, such as Epcor, have donated $300 for three $100 prizes and TD Bank’s sponsorship will see the fair offer for the first time, 30, $10 prizes in the kids’ department for exceptional entries. These $10 prizes are in addition to what kids may win with ribbons. Peddlesden added prize money for fruits, veggies and herbs, baking, photography and more enjoy growing local sponsorship that has allowed the fair to continue to offer cash prizes and prestige ribbons. “Our volunteer positions are filling up,” said Penny Sawyer, CRCA recreation program assistant, “but we can always use more.” If you can help, contact recadmin@chestermerecrca.com or Penny at 403-272-7170 ext 228. The Red Ribbon committee “needs volunteers to help setup early on Friday from 11 to 4 p.m,” said Peddlesden. To lend a hand contact Lennox at lennoxgomes@ hotmail.com This is Corie Solvason’s second year as parade coordinator. “We almost never know until the

VOLUNTEERING IS FUN Lourene, Jack and Audrey placing Ribbons at the 2008 Red Ribbon Competition in the art competition. day before how many entrants are participating,” said Solvason. “Last year, Chestermere’s only parade featured 66 entries,” she said, noting the entries were a result of sending out 100 invitations. This year 150 invitations were sent and 35 have already confirmed. Long time fair participant Dorothy Langair is parade marshal “and is very excited to participate in the parade.” She has tons of experience in the red ribbon competition and is always involved with the fair. While the parade gets underway at 9:30 a.m. Sept. 18, she said it’s important to meet at Chestermere Lake Middle School staging area at 8:45 a.m. before town crews start closing roads to control traffic. As is tradition here, RCMP will lead the parade followed by the

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Maxwell Pipe Band then the Chestermere Army Cadets pull marching duty. New this year and sure to be a crowd pleaser is the Al Azar Shriners in their tiny cars. The Cochrane Queen and Princess will be waving from horseback while the Wild at Heart trick riders — acrobats on horseback — will perform all along the parade route. Always a crowd favorite, the Lions Club Best Decorated 12 and under kids ride in the parade and will be judged to win cash. The parade route will wind from the middle school along West Chestermere Drive to the rec centre and lasts about 30 to 45 minutes. To learn more about this year’s fair and schedule, go to www.chestermerecrca.com/countryfair

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