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CIPI N e w s l e t t e r Friday, May 25th, 2012

Volume 28 Issue 21 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 25th, 2012 7:30 pm on Channel 13 / Cable 5 Early Bird - $2.00 for a 3-up Two Lines: $200.00 Win LOONIE POTS on all 4 series.

Loonie Pot - $300.00 1st & 2nd Series One Line/4 Corners: $75.00 Two Lines: $100.00 Letter X: $125.00 Large Frame: $150.00 Blackout: $300.00 Bonanza Roving “T” $100.00 Sputnik - $200.00 Blackout: $3000 in 54#’s or less Consolation: $300 Last Chance Game Crazy “L” - $100.00 Rotating Half House - $200 1st Blackout: $800 2nd Blackout: $200 Cards are: $2.00 for 1st & 2nd series $5.00 for Special Bonanza $5.00 for 3-up Last Chance License Number MB11-0012

NOTICE There has been an increasing rash of vandalism and destruction of commercial and residential property in our community by young children and adolescents. Parents, please talk to your children about respect and consideration of others and their property. Many residents put a lot of time and effort in maintaining a nice, clean yard, fencing, etc. It is very discouraging to see willful damage happening. Beauval has always been a great community to live in and visit. If you see vandalism happening, please report to the proper authorities.

Let’s work together and continue to take pride in our community!

Final Cable Disconnection Notice Your account balance must be brought to a ZERO BALANCE no later than Wednesday, May 30, 2012 @ 12 Noon. No Exceptions or payment arrangements will be accepted. For your account information call 288-2222

Beauval Minor Sports & Recreation Quad Rally Results High Hand - $1,000.00 - Rochelle Durocher Low Hand - $600 - Chase Murrhead Rider’s Only High Hand - $200 - Rochelle Durocher Low Hand - $200 - Chase Murrhead Most Ghost Riders 1st - $1,000 - Miranda & Colin Yew (214) 2nd - $500 - Angela Laliberte (75) 3rd - $300 - Devin Lariviere (14)


The Grey  This Means War  Women in Black  The Bachelor Trip 

MDeez New Releases

May 22nd, 2012

CIPI TV BINGO Tuesday, May 29th, 2012 7:30 pm on Channel 13 / Cable 5

Early Bird - $2.00 for a 3-up Two Lines: $200.00 Win LOONIE POT on all 4 series.

Sipisishk Communications Inc is sponsoring a

* Loonie Pot - $900.00 1st & 2nd Series One Line/4 Corners: $75.00 Two Lines: $100.00 Letter X: $125.00 Large Frame: $150.00 Blackout: $300.00

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WALLEYE ONLY Saturday, June 23, 2012 12:00 noon to 5:00pm Beauval, Saskatchewan $1,000.00 Total Payout per hour Canteen will be available

For more information, call 306-288-2222

Roving “T” $100.00 Sputnik - $200.00 Blackout: $3000 in 56#’s or less Consolation: $300 Last Chance Game Crazy “L” - $100.00 Rotating Half House - $200 1st Blackout: $800 2nd Blackout: $200 Cards are: $2.00 for 1st & 2nd series $5.00 for Special Bonanza $5.00 for 3-up Last Chance License Number MB11-0012 * unless previously won

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CIPI NUMBERS 288-2222 or 288-2001 Requests: 288-2230 Fax: 288-2033 email: cipi@sasktel.net website: www.cipiradio.com Saturday

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Thunderstorms Thunderstorms are common on the prairies. They are often accompanied by hail, lightning, high winds, heavy rain and, occasionally, tornadoes. Lightning - Lightning is a killer. No other aspect of severe summer weather presents more of a danger than lightning. Bolts of lightning hit the ground at about 40,000 kilometers a second and can carry an electrical charge of as much as 1 million volts. * the 30-30 rule - to estimate how far away lightning is, count the seconds between the flash of lightning and the thunderclap. Each second is about 300 meters. If you count fewer that 30 seconds, look around for shelter. If you count fewer than five seconds, take shelter urgently - this means lightning is near and you do not want to be the tallest object in the area. It is recommended to wait 30 minutes after the last lightning strike in a severe storm before venturing outside again. *Taking shelter from lightning - If you’re indoors, stay away from windows, doors, fireplaces, radiators, stoves, sinks, bathtubs, appliances, metal pipes, telephones, and other material that conduct electricity. Unplug your radios and TVs. *If you are outdoors, take shelter in a depressed area such as a ditch or culvert, but never under a tree. Do not ride bicycles, motorcycles or golf carts or use metal shovels or golf clubs. If you are swimming, return to land immediately. If you are caught in the open do not lie flat. Crouch in the leapfrog position and cover your head. If you are in a car, stay there but move your car away from any trees.

ground is already saturated from previous storms. If you know there is flooding or the possibility of flooding in your area, keep your radio on to find our what areas are flooded, what areas are likely to be flooded, as well as what roads are safe, where to go and what to do if the local emergency teams asks you to leave your home. Generally speaking, it is a good idea to avoid driving through flooded roads and underpasses. The water may be a great deal deeper than it looks and you could put yourself in danger. Hail - Take cover when hail begins to fall. Do not go out to cover plants, cars or garden furniture or to rescue animals. Hail comes down at great speed, especially when accompanied by high winds. Although no one in Canada has been killed by hail, people have been seriously injured by it.

Heavy Rain - A heavy rainfall can cause flooding. This is particularly true when the CIPI Newsletter – May 25th, 2012

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St Mary Magdalene Parish Sunday May 27, 2012 Pentecost Sunday, Year B Gospel

John 20:19-23

the disciples on that first Pentecost, why can’t we do the same marvellous deeds? But we can. We are assured that “to each individual the manifestation of the Spirit is given for some benefit.”

When it was evening on that day, the first day of the week, and the doors of the house where the disciples had met were locked for fear of the Jews, Jesus came and stood among them and said, ‘Peace be with you.’ ‘In situations where hatred and violence pre20After he said this, he showed them his vail, kindness and gentleness are actually hehands and his side. Then the disciples rejoiced roic; generosity is countercultural wherever when they saw the Lord. 21Jesus said to them greed and selfishness reign. And how much again, ‘Peace be with you. As the Father has harm might be avoided if we had a bit more sent me, so I send you.’ 22When he had said patience? This is our day. We now have a this, he breathed on them and said to them, chance to show others what’s gotten into us.’ ‘Receive the Holy Spirit. 23If you forgive the Excerpt from a commentary by sins of any, they are forgiven them; if you reSr Dianne Bergant tain the sins of any, they are retained.’ What Had Gotten Into Them?

Notice of Public Tender

‘What had gotten into them? The very people who for days, even weeks, had hidden them- The Northern Village of Beauval would like to selves in fear for their lives, were out and invite any interested party to submit a bid for sale of the commercial property and building about and acting in astonishing ways. on Lot 1, Block S (Old Youth Centre). ‘“They were all filled with the Holy Spirit.” These previously terrified people were all Deadline for tenders will be June 8, 2012 filled with the dynamic power of God—the For more information or wish to view the power that refreshes and recreates, that com- building, please contact the Village Office at forts and heals; the power so eloquently ac- 288-2110. claimed in today’s sequence. This Spirit burned within them like tongues of fire, and CHARLIE PRIDE Concert @ Jonas they went forth and proclaimed the message Roberts Community Centre Far Reserve of God’s love manifested in the resurrection La Ronge, SK Show starts at 7:30pm Doors open at 6:00pm of Jesus. ‘This same Spirit was given to us when we were baptized into the death and resurrection of Jesus and confirmed in the power of the Spirit. If we received the same Spirit as did

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Northern Village of Beauval in Partnership with GDI Employment & Training is inviting applications for

(2)Student Summer Employment Positions Eligibility Requirements:  Must be Metis  Be a minimum of 15 years of age or older  Be returning to school or attending school  Students entering post secondary training must include letter of acceptance from a r e c o g n i z e d educational institution  15 year olds applying for summer jobs are required to obtain a certificate of completion from the Young Worker Readiness Course

(2)Summer Playground/ Swimming Program Supervisors  To plan, organize, schedule and supervise summer activities for children Start Date: July 3 to August 17, 2012 Wages: $9.50/hr Deadline for applications: Friday, June 8 @ 5:00pm

Send your resume with cover letter to: Summer Student Employment Box 19, Beauval, SK S0M 0G0 or by fax: 288-2348

Employment Opportunity Reclaiming Our Heritage Trails Project Facilitator The Northern Village of Beauval in partnership with Saskatchewan Student Summer Works Program is seeking a “Reclaiming Our Heritage Trails” Project Facilitator for a 4 week Work Term commencing July 30, 2012 to August 24, 2012. The Reclaiming Our Heritage Project Facilitator will work with the community to identify and reclaim historic trails to increase physical activity, promote community beautification and to preserve community pride. Duties include but are not limited to the following:  Develop partnerships and establish a Project Workshop Group  Identify # of reclaimable heritage trails within the surrounding area  Identify resource requirements and work plan  Present final recommendation to Mayor and Council

Deadline: June 8, 2012 Forward Resume, 3 professional references and a CPIC Security Clearance to: Northern Village of Beauval P.O. Box 19 Beauval, SK S0M 0G0 For further information contact the Village Administrator at 288-2110.

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Employment Opportunity Regional Landfill Site Project Facilitator The Northern Village of Beauval in partnership with Saskatchewan Student Summer Works Program is seeking a Regional Landfill Site Project Facilitator for a 4 week Work Term commencing July 30, 2012 to August 24, 2012. The Project Facilitator will engage residents on the discussion of options available to effectively and efficiently manage solid waste systems. Duties include but are not limited to the following:  Educate community on Waste Management options and the benefits of a Regional Landfill Site  Develop partnerships and establish a small Working Group  Facilitate Focus Group discussions with relevant stakeholders  Develop recommendations and present findings to Mayor and Council

Deadline: June 8, 2012 Forward Resume, 3 professional references and a CPIC Security Clearance to: Northern Village of Beauval P.O. Box 19 Beauval, SK S0M 0G0 For further information contact the Village Administrator at 288-2110.

SOCIAL SERVICES RENEWS FRAUD INVESTIGATION CONTRACT The Ministry of Social Services has renewed its agreements with the Regina and Saskatoon Police Services to investigate fraud referrals. "We take fraud very seriously," Social Services Minister June Draude said. "That is why I am pleased to continue these contracts with our local police forces. While the majority of Income Assistance Clients are honest, we need these types of protections in place to both prevent and detect fraud." Some of the other fraud controls in place within the ministry include case reviews, audits, Do Not Forward mail service, information technology protections, eligibility review workers and interface matching agreements with a variety of agencies such as the Canada Revenue Agency. In 2011-12, the ministry made 62 referrals for suspected fraudulent client behaviour out of more than 50,000 cases, which is down from 82 in 2010-11 and 89 in 2009-10. These police agreements, which have been in place since 1997, will cost just over $222,000 in 2012-13 and provide for an officer in both Saskatoon and Regina. While the majority of referrals are handled by the Regina and Saskatoon Police Services, the ministry also refers files for criminal investigation to other municipal police forces and to the RCMP. For more information, contact: Trish Alcorn Social Services Regina, SK Phone: 306-787-0916 Email: trish.alcorn@gov.sk.ca

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Deadline for Submissions: Wednesdays at 3:00 pm unless arrangements are made.

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Beauval, Sask. S0M 0G0 Ph: 288-2222 Fax: 288-2033 Email: cipi@sasktel.net

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St. Mary Magdalene Sunday, May 27th, 2012 Mass @ 10:30 am Church Readers: Stella Rediron Mervin Rediron

MDeez is seeking 2 summer

“Justin J.L. Maurice” students for 8 weeks Special greetings to a guy This position is based on a 37.5/wk who will go out of his 11:00am - 6:30pm way to help any person in 4:00pm - 11:30pm need. You are one in a million. Thank God for Deadline: June 12, 2012 giving me this thoughtful, h a rd w o rk i n g , k in d hearted man! Salary $9.50/hr Love, Drop Off Grandma & Resume at the Family store

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Cards are: $2.00 for 1st & 2nd series $5.00 for Special Bonanza $5.00 for 3-up Last Chance License Number MB11-0012 * unless previously won

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Last Chance Game Crazy “L” - $100.00 Rotating Half House - $200 1st Blackout: $800 2nd Blackout: $200

Have a great day!

Summer Student Positions Ice Cream Parlor

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Bonanza Roving “T” $100.00 Sputnik - $200.00 Blackout: $3000 in 55#’s or less Consolation: $300

Happy “20th” Birthday to my handsome grandson

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1st & 2nd Series One Line/4 Corners: $75.00 Two Lines: $100.00 Letter X: $125.00 Large Frame: $150.00 Blackout: $300.00

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* Loonie Pot - $600.00

Monday, May 28th - Head Start PM Tuesday, May 29th - No Programs Wednesday, May 30th - Sewing 1-3pm Thursday, May 31st - Head Start PM

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Sunday, May 27th, 2012 7:30 pm on Channel 13 / Cable 5 Early Bird - $2.00 for a 3-up

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SASKATCHEWAN RESIDENTS ARE ADVISED TO TAKE PRECAUTIONS AGAINST HANTAVIRUS Saskatchewan residents are advised to take precautions to minimize the risk of exposure to hantavirus with the camping and seeding season now unfolding. "Hantavirus infection is a rare but potentially fatal illness," Deputy Chief Medical Health Officer Dr. Saqib Shahab said. "Symptoms include fever, muscle aches, cough, headaches, nausea, and vomiting. Individuals who develop fever, coughing and shortness of breath within one to six weeks of potential exposure should seek immediate medical attention." In rare cases, symptoms may get worse and lead to Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome (HPS), a rare but often fatal illness. HPS can progress rapidly into serious lung complications. Humans are most often exposed to hantavirus after sweeping or vacuuming rodent infected areas. The virus is transmitted by breathing in contaminated airborne particles from the droppings, urine and saliva of infected rodents. A person can also be exposed to the virus through rodent bites, if the skin is broken, or through ingestion. Residents can minimize the risk of becoming infected with hantavirus by avoiding contact with deer mice. Farmers, grain handlers, cottagers, campers and home owners, who are most likely to be exposed, should take precautions when cleaning rodent-infested areas to prevent direct contact and breathing in of air particles that may be contaminated. This includes ventilating the building by opening doors and windows for at least 30 minutes before cleaning, using wet mopping methods and wearing gloves.

Exposure to hantavirus can be reduced by:

 Blocking openings that might allow rodents to enter a building.

 Storing human and animal food, water and garbage in containers with tightly fitted lids.  Keeping yards clean, and storing woodpiles above the ground and away from the home.  When cleaning a home or community, be aware of animal droppings and nesting materials, and take appropriate precautions to avoid exposure.  Dampening areas contaminated with rodent droppings with bleach disinfectant and removing droppings with a damp mop or cloth to reduce the chance the virus may become airborne. Avoid using dry cleaning methods such as dusting, sweeping, vacuuming or air-hosing. There have been 23 cases of Hantavirus reported in Saskatchewan since 1994: four cases in 2004, one case in 2008, one case in 2010 and three cases in 2011. The most recent cases have been found in central parkland areas. For more information about Hantavirus and how to prevent infection, visit the Ministry of Health's website at www.health.gov.sk.ca/ hantavirus and HealthLine Online at http:// www.health.gov.sk.ca/healthline-online. Guidelines for workplaces with heavy infestations are available at http:// www.lrws.gov.sk.ca/hantavirus-diseaseguidelines-protecting-workers-public

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