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Volume 27 Issue 40 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, October 14th, 2011 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 - $2000.00 1st & 2nd Series One Line/4 Corners: $75.00 Two Lines: $100.00 Letter X: $125.00 Large Frame: $150.00 Blackout: $500.00 Bonanza Roving “T” $100.00 Sputnik - $200.00 Blackout: $3000 in 57#’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

October 14th, 2011

School Community Council What are School Community Councils? The school community councils is the new school-level council that will provide an opportunity for input into school improvements Who are School Community Council Members? Dedicated volunteers, principals, teachers, students, parent and community members interested in working together and with others, and those able to provide a two year commitment to the work of the council.

The Key to a successful school is Parent and Community Involvement! We recently had our election on Monday, October 3rd and we did not fill up one position. We are accepting names of those who are interested in sitting on the School Community Council and the names can be submitted to Gail Roy or Roseann Kyplain by Monday, October 17th, at 4:00 pm. A draw will then be made to determine who the new member is.

Applications are still being accepted for the

Aboriginal Police Prep Program in Meadow Lake from January 2012 to June 2012 **Apply at your local GDI office or call Daniel Downs at (306) 242-6070 or toll free at 1 877 488 6888

Scrapbooking Thursday, October 20th, 2011 Valley View School Library @ 6:30 pm Cost is $15.00 Please see Kendra Cooke if interested.


MDeez New Releases - October 11th , 2011

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Happy Birthday to my son/brother/incle…

Loonie Pot - $3000.00

Here’s wishing you have a wonderful birthday. A welldeserved relaxing day. So, take care!

Love, Mom & Family Happy Birthday to our CIPI Gal…

Roving “T” $100.00 Sputnik - $200.00 Blackout: $3000 in 59#’s or less Consolation: $300 Last Chance Game Crazy “L” - $100.00 Rotating Half House - $200 1st Blackout: $800 2nd Blackout: $200 Cards are:

A thousand wishes to one thoughtful, caring lady. Hopefully everything goes well on your special day! From Friends

Beauval Craft/Bake Sale Sunday, December 4th, 2011 Valley View School 12:00pm - 4:00pm Tables: $15.00 each For more info. contact Carol at 288-2022 or 288-7441

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Tuesday, October 18th, 2011 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.

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CIPI TV BINGO

The aim of the puzzle is to enter a number from 1 through 9 in such a way that each row, column, and region contains only one instance of each number.

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School Community Council Meeting Monday October 17, 2011 @ 5:30pm Where: Valley View Community School Room *Coffee and Snacks will be served *Everyone is Welcome to attend For more information or to have an item put an item on the agenda contact Gail Roy at 288-4544

Good Food Box Deadline: October 21, 2011 @ 12 NOON $20 per box - 1 per household For more information or to place your order contact Gail Roy @ 288-4544 or Roseanne Kyplain @ 288-2022

Young Mother’s Club Every Monday @ 6:00pm Valley View Community School Room Every week we will be making a variety of things such as: Crafts, baking, sewing, etc.

Library Week Activities Monday, October 17 - Sweetmoon Photography 4pm - 9pm 15 minute sessions Tuesday, October 18 - 3:30 books into movie with popcorn  the spiderwick chronicles  Family Game Night - 5:00 - 7:00pm  (twister, scrabble, sorry, etc.)  Come out and have fun  Door prize: Value $50.00 Wednesday, October 19 3:30 Books into movie with popcorn Geromino Stilton Family pumpkin Carving Night 5pm - 7pm First 10 families to sign up - 1 pumpkin per family Thursday, October 20 3:30 Books into movie with popcorn - The tale of Despereaux Scrabooking in Library @ 6:30pm - $15 per person - Contact Kendra Cooke

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Babysitter will also be provided Contact Gail Roy @ 288-4544 or Kim Dennett @ 288-2151

Happy Anniversary to Ryan & Rae-ann Hansen - Oct. 16 Chris & Cynthia Roy - Oct. 17 Mervin & Bonnie Morin -Oct. 19

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The warriors daughter Be careful what you wish for Kira Kira Heaven is for real (a little boy’s astounding story of his trip to heaven and back) The Orphan Sister - (a novel of life, love, loss and sisterhood) Chicken Soup for the Soul - (for new moms) Chicken Soup for the Soul - (the wisdom of dads) Prophecy of the Sisters - (a brooding, haunting tale...Absolutely un-put-downable)

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10 Ways to Boost Immune Health - Stop cold, flu & depression in their tracks - before you get sick People who pick three or more of the suggestions from this list - and stick to them - will substantially improve their immune strength, increase their ability to stay sane and healthy through dreaded cold and flu season, and keep their health and happiness up through the darkest months of the year! 1. Drink your lemons. Lemon is the ideal food for restoring acid-alkali balance. Drinking freshly squeezed lemon juice in water, or adding it to tea, salad dressings (in place of vinegar), baking or cooking, helps maintain the body's internal "climate" at a pH which supports healthy bacteria instead of the viruses and harmful bacteria which thrive in more acidic environments. Apple cider vinegar is another great way to improve your body's alkalinity, but the taste of lemons is much more pleasant! 2. Give your body an herbal boost. Hundreds of herbal supplements and tinctures exist to give the immune system additional support during the winter. I recommend essential oils ( winter blend, Thieves) as an excellent source of immune-stimulating compounds, and the rawest and most natural form of any medicinal plant, but there are other supplements which can be effective. Fresh herbs and whole food remedies are always preferable over packaged herbs or supplements, since they have a much higher potency and frequency and your body absorbs more of their value. 3. Get a full night's sleep. Everybody's different: your body may need anywhere from 6 to 10 hours of sleep each night. Whatever your personal sleep requirement is, get it! Sleep has been linked to balanced hormone levels (including human growth hormone and the stress hormone, cortisol), keeping weight down, clear thinking and reasoning, improved mood, and vibrant, healthy skin 4. Eat plenty of protein. Protein is a building block for a healthy body, mind, and immune system. Diets low in protein tend to be high in carbs which convert readily to glucose, spiking blood sugar and stressing the pancreas and the immune system. 5. Drink plenty of water. This is almost, but not quite, a given; most headaches occur because despite the number of reminders, people still aren't getting enough water! Headaches and thirst are both signs of dehydration. You should be drinking, in daily ounces, half your body weight in pounds. (i.e. Body weight in pounds, divided by 2 = number of ounces of water per day.) 6. Stop drinking coffee. Contrary to recent marketing

as a source of antioxidants, chocolate and coffee are two of the worst things you can do for your immune system and your health. Caffeine robs your body of minerals and vitamins, and it dehydrates you. If you drink coffee, make sure you add an additional two glasses to your water intake per cup of coffee. A mineral supplement helps to offset caffeine's damage, too. 7. Worse yet is the impact of refined white sugar. If you do only one thing to boost your immune system, eliminating sugar will do the trick. You will see noticeable results in your energy levels, weight distribution, immunity and your ability to think clearly when you break the cravings and stop eating refined sugar. Many holistic nutritionists consider sugar a drug for its impact on the human body; some practitioners are known to prioritize eliminating sugar from the diet over recommending that people quit smoking. Healthier sugars such as agave and stevia do exist, but avoid artificial sweeteners; they are even worse than cane sugar. 8. Stock up on raw fruits and vegetables for their antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, fibre and enzymes. The nutritional content that you receive from raw fruits and veggies is unparalleled. Many vitamins, including C, are antioxidants and will protect cells - including those of your immune system - from damage by toxins in the environment. Dark-coloured produce (berries, kale, broccoli) tends to be higher in flavonoids, polyphenols and other antioxidants. The perfect source of minerals is seaweed, which is sold dried, but can often be found raw (dried at low temperatures to maintain most of the enzymes and nutrients) in health food stores 9. Spend some time out in the cold. Snowball fight, anyone? Exercise can make a noticeable difference to your health and happiness by releasing endorphins. Most of us spend 90% of our lives indoors, inhaling dubiously filtered air and other people's germs, so take every opportunity to get outside. Time spent outdoors in the cold also stimulates the thyroid gland 10. Nurture yourself. Make sure you take time to yourself, spend some time with friends, and indulge yourself in a massage, a hot bath, or an energy work session when you want one. Our bodies respond to our emotions - if you're feeling harassed and anxious, it can manifest in a sore throat or a cold. Create a space within yourself and your living environment for harmony, self-love and joy (giving thanks, prayer and blessing the abundance in your life and of the world around you helps). Pay attention to warning signs of sore throat or exhaustion so you can keep them from getting worse.

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Community Development Meeting Thursday, October 20th, 2011 Valley View School Gym 6:00pm - 8:00pm - Supper will be provided Community members are invited to attend a community meeting to talk about establishing a Youth Cooperative in Sustainable Tourism and Ecological Management in Beauval and surrounding area. This coop would be Youth driven but needs the ongoing support and involvement of all community members. This will be a great time to meet each other and have a fun experience. What do we mean by our Youth Cooperative on Sustainable Tourism and Ecological Management? To answer this, it is helpful to look at its various parts. First we have to look at what we mean by sustainable tourism and ecological management. Sustainable tourism and ecological management refers to: (a) living in harmony with nature and everything and everyone around us; (b) respecting our local cultures and ways of thinking and doing; and Š making sure that how we live and earn a living impacts positively on us now and on all our future generations. It takes a wholistic approach to development involving all components of our lives (spiritual, social, cultural, mental, emotional, physical, ecological, economic, political, and so on). Cooperatives are community-based economic development organizations that unite people to help them meet diverse needs, which include all components of our lives. They are jointly owned and respect members, employees, and their communities in general. They promote continuous learning and development, focusing on people, not profit, even though they are able to become extremely successful economically. They also reflect Aboriginal ways of living, and thinking and doing. We have chosen to focus on Youth and their role

in our cooperative and community because: Youth, Elders, and people of all ages have identifies that Youth need to be productive and engaged in all areas of community life, including interacting with all age groups and making decisions that affect them. Many Youth and Adults, alike, have expressed their desire to remain in our community to work and improve their level of education and training rather than having to leave (i.e. they want a choice) Youth need to feel valued, connected and supported Youth also need to share their knowledge and skills with others and have others, especially Elders, share their knowledge, skills and wisdom with them Youth need to be healthy in all components of their lives Healthy, productive, secure Youth who feel they contribute and are valued maintain healthy lifestyles, have positive work and education experiences, serve as positive role models and help enhance the lives of their friends, families, organizations and communities in general. ASSET/CAPACITY MAPPING Matthew and Donny will be going door to door to conduct a survey that will ask you the following questions related to our cooperative and to sustainable tourism ecological management: 1. What types of products do you make or are able to make (e.g. moccasins, blue berry jam, carvings, etc)? 2. What types of services do you provide or are able to provide (e.g. catering, guiding, teaching how to tan hides, and so on)? 3. What kinds of knowledge, skills and wisdom do you have or are able to contribute (e.g. knowledge of local culture and ways of life, business skills, knowing how to set up festival and other events, etc.)?

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Beauval Recreation Home Bingo Cards are $2.00 each  Sputnik - WINNER  Blackout - $ 300.00

Community Birthday Calendars $10 per Calendar NO C.O.D’s Deadline: October 20, 2011 Agents are: Janey Yew, Julieann Alcrow, Angela Laliberte, Linda Campbell & Velma Roy (If you are a new subscriber, call Velma and she will find out which agent to contact) Sponsored by St. Mary Magdalene Parish

If you have a Bingo, call 288-2064.

Cameco - Growing with you Thursday, October 27th, 2011 6pm - 9pm at the Valley View School Gym

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October 17th - 21th Monday, Oct. 17th - Headstart PM Tuesday, Oct. 18th - Crafts 1-3pm Wednesday, Oct. 19th - Sewing 1-3pm Thursday, Oct. 20th - Head Start PM Friday, Oct. 21st - Nutrition Bingo 1-3pm

@ 3:00PM CIPI Box 49 Beauval, SK S0M 0G0 Attn: Julieann Alcrow Fax: 288-2033 Email: cipi@sasktel.net Beauval Village Fellowship Welcomes you every Sunday at CIPI @ 11:00am For more information call Pastor Gene Kimbley at 288-4529

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Photography Class

CIPI TV BINGO Sunday, October 16th, 2011 7:30 pm on Channel 13 / Cable 5 Early Bird - $2.00 for a 3-up

November 3rd, 2011 @ 7:00pm Valley View School

Win LOONIE POTS on all 4 series.

Two Lines: $200.00 Loonie Pot - $2500.00

First 12 participants to register will be accepted. Must bring your own digital camera. Will be taught the basics of the camera How to take proper photos How to edit your photos What to do with your photos once you put them on your computer.

Open to everyone For more information or to register contact Gail Roy at 288-4544

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November 18th, 19th & 20th Beauval, SK Men’s Category

1st -$2000.00 + trophy 2nd - $1000.00 3rd - $500.00

Women’s Category 1st - $2000.00 + trophy 2nd - $1000.00 3rd - $500.00

***$350.00 Entry Fee / 10 team limit in Each Category***

Daily Gate Fee $3.00 Individual awards for each category, Best Hitter, MVP, Best Setter For more info or to enter a team you can contact Dean @ 288-7454, Shelley @ 288-7017 or Barry @ 288-7225 ***Hosting Committee Is Not Responsible For Theft or Injuries*** CIPI Newsletter – October 14th, 2011


CIPI Newsletter - October 14, 2011