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CIPI N e w s l e t t e r May 20th, 2011

Volume 27 Issue 19

In case of a serious Emergency call 911 FIRE ……………….911 AMBULANCE …….911 POLICE …………...288-6400 CLINIC …………….288-4800 Ile-x Hospital ..……833-2016 Kids Help Line 1-800-668-6868

CIPI TV BINGO Friday, May 20th, 2011 7:30 pm on Channel 13 / Cable 5 Early Bird - $2.00 for a 3-up Two Lines: $200.00 Loonie Pot # is 1st # called on Early Bird

Win LOONIE POT on all 4 series.

Loonie Pot - $500.00

1st & 2nd Series One Line: $50.00 Two Lines: $75.00 Letter X: $100.00 Large Frame: $125.00 Blackout: $300.00


Bonanza Roving Small Kite $100.00 Sputnik - $200.00 Blackout: $3000 in 53#’s or less Consolation: $300

Last Chance Game Crazy 7 - $100.00 Rotating Half House - $200 Blackout: $1000 Cards are: $2.00 for 1st & 2nd series $5.00 for Special Bonanza $5.00 for 3-up Last Chance License Number J10-0006

CIPI YOUTH Fish Derby Sunday, May 22nd, 2011 from 1:00 to 4:00 pm Youth 18 & Under $10.00 Entry Fee

Snorkel Set Ladder Ball Set Fishing Rod Camera DVD Portable Player 5 Game Combo Boat w/paddles Nintendo DS Wii Bike IPod Nano MP3 Player Football Fishing Rod

MDeez New Releases - May 18th, 2011

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The Mechanic The Way Back The Rite Vanishing on 7th Street The Roommate

 Brotherhood - Are you In or Out  Lemonade Mouth  Daydream Nation

CIPI TV BINGO Tuesday, May 24th, 2011 7:30 pm on Channel 13 / Cable 5 Early Bird - $2.00 Each Two Lines: $200.00 Loonie Pot # is 1st # called on Early Bird

Loonie Pot - $1500.00 *

Cap-C Events - May 23rd - 27th, 2011 Monday, May 23rd - Victoria Day Holiday Tuesday, May 24th - Baking Day @ 1-3pm Wednesday, May 25th - Sewing 1-3pm Craft Night-AHS 6-8pm Thursday, May 26th - Head-Start PM Friday, May 27th - Nutrition Bingo 1-3pm

Thank You to everyone who purchased tickets with the proceeds going towards medical expenses for Sherry Burnouf, Alvina Roy and the late Laurie Krivoshein. A total of 27 books were sold. $220 was donated to the auction for Laurie Krivoshein; Sherry Burnouf and Alvina Roy each received $160.00. The winners for the draws were: Pauline Maurice - signed Jersey from Eric Roy Lori McIntyre - $50 Gas donated by MDeez Darcy Michan - signed hat from Eric Roy Thank you to everyone who purchased tickets and to Eric Roy and MDeez Confectionary for their donations.

1st & 2nd Series One Line: $50.00 Two Lines: $75.00 Letter X: $100.00 Large Frame: $125.00 Blackout: $300.00

Bonanza Roving Small Kite $100.00 Sputnik - $200.00 Blackout: $3000.00 in *55#’s or less Consolation: $300

Last Chance Game Crazy 7 - $100.00 Rotating Half House - $200 Blackout: $1000.00 Cards are: $2.00 for 1st & 2nd series $5.00 for Special Bonanza $5.00 for 3-up Last Chance License Number J10-0006

*Unless previously won




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288-2222 or 288-2001 Requests: 288-2230 Fax: 288-2033 email: website: Saturday






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Beaver River Regional Housing Authority will be closed on Monday, May 23rd for the Victoria Day Holiday If you have any emergencies, please call the toll free number at 1 866 400 2379. Have a safe & enjoyable weekend! BRRHA Staff & Management

Public Meeting w/potluck Wednesday, May 25th, 2011 5:00pm at Valley View School Topic of Discussion ďƒ¨ Beauval Arena Everyone Welcome M Deez Summer Hours

Calling All Youth from Beauval, Cole Bay and/or Jans Bay

Monday - Friday - 8:30am - 11:00pm Saturday & Sunday - 10:00am - 11:00pm

Wanted! Youth Entertainers, Motivational Speakers, Youth Volunteers (30 & under)

Canada Post Summer Hours

Valley View School along with other Beauval Agencies are planning a Festival on June 28 - July 1, 2011

Youth Priority June 28th - Youth Health and Wellness June 29th - Youth Fun and Cultural Day June 30th - Elders Day July 1st - Canada Day - Community Day For more information, contact Gail Gardiner, Brittany Maurice, Chrissy Alcrow, Elly Roy, Tyrone Laliberte, Wayanna Laliberte

Attention! Fundraising Groups

Monday - Friday Morning - 8:30am - 12:00pm Afternoon - 1:30pm - 4:30pm

Village Office & CIPI Summer Hours - Effective June 1st Monday - Friday Morning - 8:30am - 12:00pm Afternoon - 1:00pm - 4:30pm

Adult Slo-Pitch Arena Sports Grounds Monday & Wednesday at 6:30pm

Clinic CLOSED on Monday, May Deadline to submit your letter of interest to 23rd for the Victoria Day Holiday. have a canteen at the Youth & Elder Gathering on June 28th, 29th & 30th will be Doctor Days for May 24th & May 30th on May 27th at 4:00 pm. are CANCELLED. Please call the Submit your name along with your reasons clinic to rebook for June. for fundraising & the type of food you will NOTICE be serving. You must also provide your own cooking supplies along with eating area. Card Delivery Service for Bingo Cards Send letters of interest to: will no longer by available starting in June. Valley View School Please make alternate arrangements to Bag Service #2 get your bingo cards. Sorry for any Beauval, SK S0M 0G0 inconvenience this may cause. CIPI Newsletter – May 20th, 2011

Northern Forum for Truth on Nuclear Waste Storage June 2nd, 2011 at 4:00pm Valley View School Gym Keynote Speaker Dr. Jim Harding Retired Justice Studies Professor and Author of “Canada’s Deadly Secret” Four Decades of Leadership in Peace, Justice & Environment

*Other speakers will be announced. *Potluck Supper Topics to be discussed: 1. What are the risks and benefits to Northerners? 2. Is there a committee representing Northerners, and if so, who are they, how were they appointed, what is the protocol for representation, how are they being held accountable to the people, and how are they getting paid? 3. What constitutes duty to consult and what communities are presently being consulted? 4. Why is a heavy-duty steel bridge being constructed north of Patuanak? 5. Who has the final say on whether or not nuclear waste should be brought to Saskatchewan? Our Mandate is to obtain COMPLETE TRANSPARENCY on the issue of nuclear waste storage from the Federal government, Provincial Government, Nuclear Waste Management Organization (N.W.M.O), Bruce Power, Federation of Saskatchewan Indians (F.S.I.N) and the Métis Association of Saskatchewan.

Let’s Participate in the Lives of our Children’s Children

CIPI Office will be CLOSED on Monday, May 23rd, 2011 for Victoria Day

Looking for Coaches for Softball If you are interested in Coaching Soft Ball to our local youth please call the Recreation Office at 288-2064 and leave your name. Your time and skills would be greatly appreciated.

Let’s get together and bond with our Youth!

Water & Sewer Accounts All outstanding water & sewer accounts must be brought up to date. Disconnections will be done on May 24th on all outstanding accounts.

NOTICE CIPI Board is looking for an Elder to sit on the Board in an Advisory Role. If you are interested submit a letter to the CIPI Board no later than: June 15, 2011 @ 3:00pm

Send your letter by fax, e-mail or mail to: CIPI Box 49 Beauval, SK S0M 0G0 Fax: 288-2033 Email:

Believe nothing of what you hear, and only half of what you see.

CIPI Newsletter – May 20th, 2011

On Saturday, May 28th at 1:00 pm The Beauval Fire Department will be hosting an OPEN HOUSE & COMMUNITY BAR-B-Q Representatives from CAMECO & AREVA will be in attendance and we will be making presentations in recognition for their kind monetary donations towards the purchase of our new RESCUE UNIT. We will also have some fun activities for the whole community to enjoy such as Bolo Golf, Horseshoes, etc. The Fire Department members will also do a Vehicle Extrication Demonstration. We invite all community members and families to join us in this event. If you have any questions, please contact Jerry or Shirley at 288-2020 or leave a message. DOOR PRIZE DRAWS will also be made but you must be in attendance to enter and/or to win a prize. Hope to see you all there!

Grief Support & Trauma Recovery Retreats Sandy Beach Resort - Beauval, SK Thursday, May 26 - Sunday, May 29, 2011 and Thursday, June 16 - Sunday, June 19, 2011 (Adults) Note: All workshops begin 7pm Thursday evening

Participants strongly advised to stay at resort for all session days. Accommodation, meals for entire workshop are covered. We all desire a life that allows us to live to our fullest potential. We long for the balance between the physical, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual aspects of our life. Our certified grief support team invites you to a high quality healing workshop that provides a safe, comfortable and confidential place that will help you deal with difficult life situations and heal beyond significant loss. The methods are informative, experiential and healing.

Many of us need Healing of Traumatic Losses which include:  Significant losses (death or life Thank You circumstances) I would like to extend my thanks to all those who have supported me and my family's fundraising  Multiple losses efforts. A total of $635.00 was raised with the  Suicide, tragic deaths proceeds going towards a headstone for my late  Off time deaths (parent, child, partner) daughter, Cassie Betina Elenora McIntyre.  Intergenerational losses Thanks to the following businesses, MDeez Confectionary, Sylvia & Randy’s Pizza & Patuanak Gas Bar for their help.

To register call Alvina Aubichon @ 288-2022 or 288-2217 or Marie @ 288-2310 I would also like to send my sincere Thanks to Fax: 288-2009 or the people of La Plonge Reserve, Beauval and Email: Patuanak who continue to help me, my mom Rose and our families with their prayers and continued support as we learn to live with the loss of Cassie. Your love and kindness does not go unnoticed. God Bless You! Lori McIntyre, Rose McIntyre & families

For more information or to download registration forms go to our website: http// Cable Disconnection to start on Tuesday, May 24th. Please pay your cable bill today!

CIPI Newsletter - May 20th, 2011

Report from Deborah Laliberte, Community Outreach and Education Worker KYRHA May is Blood Pressure Awareness Month You can’t feel it. You can’t see it. But High Blood Pressure is life-threatening if you don’t know you have it. The reason? High blood pressure is the No. 1 risk factor for stroke and a major risk factor for heart disease. The Heart and Stroke Foundation recommends having your blood pressure checked at least once every two years or more often as directed by your healthcare provider. If you have been diagnosed with high blood pressure, it is vitally important to keep it under control. On way is to sign up for the Heart & Stroke Blood Pressure Action Plan at http:// The plan is a free, interactive on-line tracking tool developed by experts that is easy to use. If offers resources to help you manage your blood pressure, ways to work with your healthcare provider and reminders for your doctor’s appointments and medications. On May 6th, myself along with the school hosted our 2nd Annual Mini Relay For Life. The Relay For Life is more than just a fundraiser. It is an opportunity to get together with family and friends and CELEBRATE cancer survivors, REMEMBER loved ones lost to cancer and FIGHT BACK in the hope of finding a cure for this terrible disease. We started off with an awareness walk, a barbecue and a candle light. The amount we raised from the participation of MDeez, CIPI, La Plonge Band Office, Valley View School, Polar Oils, English River Gas Bar and The Northern was $233.00. THANK YOU TO ALL THESE ORGANIZATIONS AND BUSINESSES. There is another event hosted in Meadow Lake on June 3rd, 2011 from 7:00 pm to 7:00 am at the Arena. If you would like more information, log onto http:// In Saskatoon, the Relay for Life is June 10, 2011 from 7:00 pm to 7:00 am at Diefenbaker Park. On May 10th, we hosted a Travelling Diabetes Workshop at the Community School Room. We had

representation from KYRHA, the Community Diabetic Educator and Dietician and two from the Chronic Kidney Disease Outreach program from Saskatoon. The ladies provided blood sugar testing, blood pressure and kidney function. The Workshop was given to educate community members on the awareness of Chronic Conditions that are rapidly increasing. Chronic medical condition of one kind or another and chronic illnesses cause about 70% of deaths. The Interagency meeting is held every second Wednesday of the month at the CIPI Boardroom at 10:00 am. Purpose: The Beauval Interagency Committee is a group comprised of the organizations and community members within Beauval and work together. Specific Mandate: The mandate of the Beauval Interagency Committee is to:  Support the various organizations working within and for Beauval.  Identify various concerns in Beauval and the resources needed to address these concerns.  Maintain a proactive and positive approach to community development and service delivery with Beauval.  Jointly organize and deliver activities/services to meet needs and utilize our resources. Work Plan: Scheduling of activities and services will be ongoing throughout the year. Reporting Relationships: Each participating member will be responsible for reporting the contents of our meetings to their various organizations they represent and to other interested parties. Membership: The Beauval Interagency Committee is open to all members of the general public. Welcome to our new Addictions Counselor Gladys Hansen. She will be located at the Community Services building next to the clinic. Her first day is May 16th. Welcome to Beauval!

CIPI Newsletter – May 20th, 2011

Valley View School will be hosting a Walking Poker Rally Sunday, May 29th, 2011

CIPI TV BINGO Sunday, May 22nd, 2011 7:30 pm on Channel 13 / Cable 5 Early Bird - $2.00 for a 3-up Two Lines: $200.00 Loonie Pot # is 1st # called on Early Bird

Loonie Pot - $1000.00 * 1st & 2nd Series One Line: $50.00 Two Lines: $75.00 Letter X: $100.00 Large Frame: $125.00 Blackout: $300.00

$5.00 a hand Register from 1:00 to 2:00 pm Start time is 2:00 pm Route: Valley View School to Sagamiak and back to the school. There will be 2 checkpoints along the way.

Prizes will be 100% pay out of money collected High hand - 30% Low Hand - 20% Most Ghostriders - 30% 2nd Most Ghostriders - 20% Additional prizes for Youngest and Oldest Walker.

Cards: $2.00 each

Bonanza Roving Small Kite $100.00 Sputnik - $200.00 Blackout: $3000.00 in *54#’s or less Consolation: $300

For more information or to pick up Ghostrider Sheets, call Gail Roy or Ted Hood at 288-4544.

Cards: $5.00 each

Babysitter Needed for a 1 year old

Last Chance Game Crazy 7 - $100.00 Rotating Half House - $200 Blackout: $1000.00

Hours - 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday Start date: July 4th

Cards: $5.00 each License Number J10-0006

If interested, please call or text to288-7171

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Boating Information Transport Canada recommends that all boaters take a certified Boat Safety Course.  As of Sept.15.2009 it is now law for anyone operating a motored boat for pleasure to have a PCO card onboard.  People operating a powered watercraft without a PCO card may be fined $250.  The PCO card is good for life.  To drive a 'seadoo' you must be 16 or older and have your PCO card. Nothing beats boating as a way to relax, have fun, enjoy the outdoors and bring friends and family together. That's why it's so tragic when a recreational boating outing – hunting, angling, paddling or just cruising – ends with an accident. As a boat owner and operator, YOU are responsible for your safety, the safety of your passengers, and other boaters. Always wear a lifejacket when boating. Besides their lifesaving flotation, life vests and float coats provide added insulation to protect against hypothermia, and they only work if boaters wear them. Limit the loads of people and equipment carried in boats. Overloaded boats are less maneuverable and more likely to become swamped or capsized. Limit movement and keep weight low to avoid capsizing or falling overboard. Take two trips if necessary to keep the weight in the boat low. In case of capsizing or swamping, you should stay

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with your boat. Even when filled with water, the boat will provide some flotation and is easier to see by potential rescuers. Dress for the water temperature, not the air temperature. Assess the wind and wave conditions to decide if you are prepared for potential cold-water conditions. Check weather forecasts before leaving home and be aware of changing conditions. And take along extra clothing for children - they get cold faster than adults. Don’t drink and boat: Alcohol affects both judgment and reactions, and its effects are more pronounced on the water. Be weather wise. Sudden wind shifts, lightning flashes and choppy water all can mean a storm is brewing. Bring your cell phone in a waterproof zip lock bag. If you have cell phone service, you can call for help without removing the phone from the bag.

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