CIPI N e w s l e t t e r Friday, February 15th, 2013
Volume 29 Issue 06 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, February 15th, 2013 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
Roving “T” $100.00 Sputnik - $200.00 Blackout: $3000 in 51’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 MB12-0011
CIPI Poker Rally Results... CIPI Board of Directors & staff would like to thank all the 38 riders that went out on the trail, to the cooks Lyle Felske & Tina Maurice, Sandy Beach Resort for the delicious Chili & Bannock, Nick Daigneault for the Karaoke, to Myrna & Rachel who worked at the karaoke as well. Also, thank you to the Northern Store, MDeez Confectionary, Amy’s Bar, Beauval General Store, Eagle Creek & Sandy Beach Resort for all your donations. Also, a HUGE thank you to Sheldon Yew, Dean Gauthier, and Justin Iron for going back out on the lake to search for the four snowmobilers, which they made it back safely the next morning. Tamara Hanson for helping with Wendy Eldridge, Katie Alcrow for the clothing and Judy & Bruce Roy for the hospitality. Can go on and on but there is not enough words that can explain how thankful and grateful we are of all your help. High Hand - 1st - William McIntyre
2nd - Sheri Lavoie
Low Hand - 1st - Phillip Alcrow 2nd - Roxanne Sylvestre Most Ghost Rider: 1st - Sherry Burnouf - 118 2nd - Leona Natomagan - 95 3rd - Jackie Eldridge - 62 Riders: High Hand - Julian (Jules) Alcrow Low Hand - Phillip Alcrow Riders Only Prizes: Trip for Two - Shelley Buffin $100 - Belle Desjarlais Thermos - Sheldon Yew Jacket - Pam Natomagan Organizer Kit - Jerry Roy Flashlight - Dwayne Buffin
Toque - Gena McCallum Gloves - Allan Roy Balaclava - Wendy Eldridge Flashlight - Fred Roy
Friendly Reminder…. Once again February cable bills were sent out and to those of you who have yet to bring your accounts up to date have until February 20th. To avoid reconnection fees please keep your accounts current. Reconnection fees are $110.00 which includes a $20.00 hook up, $45.00 one month, $45.00 deposit plus the outstanding amount owing on your bill. Thank you CIPI Cable Inc. Valley View School Sale
Thursday, February 21, 2013 Time: 1:00pm Location: VVS Industrial Arts/Shop Miscellaneous Items
New Releases February 12, 2013
Sky Fall 007 The man with the
Professional Development Day Friday, March 8, 2013
Happy Anniversary to my auntie & uncle
The Perks of being
Alice & Wayne Misponas
Hope you both have a well deserved anniversary!
Silent Hill The Sessions
Love, Julieann, Dale & Family
CIPI TV BINGO Tuesday, February 19th, 2013 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.
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 Bonanza Roving “T” $100.00 Sputnik - $200.00 Blackout: $3000 in * 53#’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 MB12-0011
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Underground Mining Core Training (Hard Core) Location: Rabbit Lake March 18, 2013 - July 15, 2013 Program overview: This program prepares you for entry-level employment in the underground mining field. You will learn mine safety, ventilation, ground control, mining methods, rigging, stopper and jackleg drilling, explosion handling, radiation protection, operation and maintenance of underground mobile equipment. Trainees will work a 14-day-in/14-day-out mine rotation
Retail Customer Service - Applied Certificate Buffalo Narrows Start Date: March 25th End Date: June 21st Required Grade 10 Student housing available PTA funding while attendance
This program will help you for work at: Your local store, gas station or restaurant You will learn how to work with
Air transportation to the mine from designated pick up points, meals and accommodation at the confidence to handle cash and a mine site will be provided. The mining industry computerized cash register. anticipates excellent job opportunities for graduates with strong work ethic, initiative and a You will learn how to promote sales and how to handle difficult customers. high level of motivation. You will learn how to handle a budget & Entrance requirements: Applicants must have prepare for further training in Business Grade 10 and have reading comprehension and Management or Administration math skills at a minimum level of Grade 10. Tuition & Books: $4,200.00 We are accepting applications until Deadline: February 22nd, 2013 March 1, 2013 Application Procedure: Only complete applications with all the following documents will be considered 1. Northlands College application form 2. A brief resume 3. Original transcripts of marks 4. A hand-written letter explaining why you want to take the program.
Submit application to: Northlands College Box 509 La Ronge, SK S0J 1L0 Fax: (306) 425-2696 For more information, call La Ronge program centre @ (306) 425-4353 or toll free 1-888-311-1185 CIPI Newsletter – February 15th, 2013
Hurry in and apply!
For more info. call Nikki Lavoie @ (306) 235-1765 or toll free @ 1-888-311-1185 #2
NORTEP / NORPAC Northern Teacher Education Program Northern Professional Access Program Application for admission available at the GDI Office
Deadline: March 3, 2013
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Both players say they are proud to be part of a select group of Aboriginal players in the WHL but would like to see more. Roy grew up in the small northwestern Saskatchewan Métis community of Beauval. He played much of his minor hockey in Meadow Lake before moving on to the Midget AAA Prince Albert Mintos and eventually the Brandon Wheat Kings. He says if northern players have the discipline and the drive they can make it but fears there may be too many distractions these days, such as technology and home video games, keeping the younger players from spending the time they need to refine their game at the rink.
puck in the different zones and he makes good decisions. It’s hard to find guys like that who bring the different elements to the game and can score goals.”
Thank You Thank You I would like to say a huge thank you to Nick Daigneault (always does an awesome karaoke job and has a heart of gold), to all the workers: Florence Durocher, Myrna Bouvier, Pauline Maurice, Jeannie Desjarlais and whoever else I may have missed. Also, to the community of Beauval and to all the people that donated, contributed and supported in any way to help make the fundraiser for medical/ travel expenses a success.
Ferland, who is also Métis, was born in Swan River, Manitoba but grew up in Brandon. A I appreciate and so thankful for all of you. I am bit of a late bloomer, he didn’t start playing proud to be part of such a caring community. competitive hockey until he was 14. He says it Sylvia Laliberte is great to see more indigenous players around the league each year and they definitely try to encourage one another. Canoe Lake Cree First Nation “It’s nice to see the Native guys around the Minor Sports FISH DERBY league. We always have good talks with them Sunday, March 10, 2013 on Keeley Lake and it’s nice to see that.” With limited playing time earlier in the year, Ferland started off a Registration 10am to 12pm bit slow with the Saskatoon Blades but as of Start time 12pm to 4pm late he has begun to start racking up the points hour cash including a hat trick in a 4-1 victory over the Total Prize Payout **Every prize given out for $52,000 Swift Current Broncos on Feb. 2. Blades heaviest fish** Entry Fee: $130 coach and general manager Lorne Molleken Early Bird: $110 (before Feb. 28, 2013) says the rugged winger brings a unique mix to the table and is hopeful that Ferland will be 1st Prize: one of the key pieces as Saskatoon tries to win 2013 Dodge Ram the Memorial Cup this year. 1500 4x4 Ext Cab “There are not too many guys who will take (Sponsored by Northland Chrysler - value $40,000) him on in this league because he is a tough competitor,” he says. “But more than that, he For more information contact Leonard Opikokew, Verna sees the ice extremely well, he manages the Iron, Robert Opikokew, Francis X. Iron @ 306-829-2150 CIPI Newsletter – February 15th, 2013
Indigenous players both budding stars in the WHL Taken from Eagle Feather Newspaper - Submitted by Karen Roy
Eric Roy and Michael Ferland are amongst a handful of indigenous players in the Western Hockey League but that is where the similarities between the two players mostly ends. The 18-year-old Roy is a s mo ot h s ka t in g f in es s e defenceman who can be found anchoring the blueline for the Brandon Wheat Kings on most nights as one of the team’s top players.
and he reads the play real well – he’s just a great defenceman.”
WHL Eric Roy is a skilled defenseman for the Brandon Wheat Kings. (Photo courtesy of Brandon Wheat Kings Hockey Club)
Ferland, 20, is a robust and rugged winger who is just as adept at using his fists in a fight as he is scoring goals. For three and-a-half year he also suited up with the Wheat Kings but a WHL deadline trade brought the overager to the Saskatoon Blades a few weeks ago. Playing alongside each other for two and-a-half seasons, both players are fully aware of what the other brings to the table.
For Roy, being one of the top prospects in the 2013 NHL draft can be both a blessing and a burden. It can certainly add a lot of additional attention and pressure to someone who only turned 18 a few months ago. And, in particular, especially since player rankings change on an almost weekly basis – Roy has been ranked anywhere from ninth to 39th amongst North American skaters in this year’s
draft. Nevertheless, for now, Roy says he has just been trying to play the best hockey he can as a struggling Brandon team tries to make the playoffs and the draft will take care of itself in good time.
“I just try and ignore it (the draft),” he says. “The day will come and that’s when the teams, the scouts – they are the ones who matter. It’s Roy says he can fully understand why the just the draft ranking and I don’t let it get to my Blades gave up a 2013 first round draft choice head. As the year’s gone on, I try not to focus to get the 6’ 2” and 215 pound winger as part on it and just wait until the day comes.” of their bid to win the Canadian Hockey Ferland himself is a Calgary Flames prospect. League title as this year’s Memorial Cup He started off the season with the American hosts. “He’s a physical player and he can Hockey League’s Abottsford Heat but the NHL score goals too,” he says. “It has been strange lockout saw him getting limited playing time to play against him.” and he decided to return to the Wheat Kings Ferland adds he can see why the 6’ 3” and 190 just before Christmas. A decision, he says, he pound Roy is one of the top prospects in this doesn’t regret. year’s National Hockey League draft. “I only played four games and I was only “Roysie is a very young and very skilled playing seven minutes a game. So, I kind of defenceman,” he says. “He’s got soft hands got sick of it.” CIPI Newsletter - February 15th, 2013
Poker Rally March 16, 2013 Beauval, SK
Registration: 9am - 11am (Breakfast provided)
Entry Fee: $10 rider/ghost rider
Cash Prizes for most ghost riders
Meal provided @ Last check point *Must have 10 ghostriders to be eligible for riders only prizes*
For more information call Wes Laliberte at (306) 715-2265 Ghost-Rider Sheets available @ CIPI
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CIPI TV BINGO Sunday, February 17th, 2013 7:30 pm on Channel 13 / Cable 5 Early Bird - $2.00 for a 3-up Win LOONIE POTS on all 4 series.
Two Lines: $200.00
Loonie Pot - $600.00 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 * 52 #’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 Bonanza & Last Chance License Number MB12-0011 * unless previously won
February 18th - 22nd
Monday, Feb. 18th - CLOSED Tuesday, Feb 19th - Crafts - 1-3pm Wednesday, Feb. 20th - Learn how to sew on machine 1-3pm Thursday, Feb 21st - Head Start PM Friday, Feb. 22nd - Nutrition Bingo 1-3pm
Marriage Preparation Course Saturday, April 6, 2013 @ 10:00am St. Mary Magdalene Church *Marriage preparation course is necessary to be married in the Catholic Church* For more info. call 288-2026
CIPI, Village Office & B.R.R.H.A offices will be closed Monday, February 18, 2013 for
FAMILY DAY HOLIDAY Community Facility Fundraising Committee Meeting Thursday, February 21st @ 2:00pm
For more info. call Wesley @ (306) 715-2265
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Beauval 42nd Annual Winter Festival February 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 2013
$5 per hand - 60/40 Split Registration @ 12noon @ Youth Centre Contact: Wayne @ 288-2188
Thursday, February 21st Recreation Bingo @ 8PM Beauval Community Hall Bonanza - $500 to go
Friday, February 22nd Stew & Bannock $5 per plate Lunch served at Youth Centre @ 12 $10,000 CIPI Radio & TV Bingo Cards on sale @ 5PM Bingo start time 7:30PM Sliding Party 4PM - Rivers Edge Hot Chocolate & hot dogs provided
Saturday, February 23rd Free Pancake Breakfast 8AM - 10AM Youth Centre Tri Sport Tournament 10AM - Valley View School 6 team limit Teams will be drawn Entry fee $5 per player 1st - $300, 2nd - $150, 3rd - $75 Contact: Ted Hood Card Games 2PM - Community Hall Games - Cribbage, Chase the Ten, Home Bingo Elders Activities 3PM - Sunrise Villa Activities: Games, Bingo & Snacks Contact: Vivian Bouvier Sliding Party 1PM - Rivers Edge Poker Rally - Hosted by Beauval Recreation
Youth Dance/Karaoke 7PM - Silver Building on the Hill Admission: $3 Canteen provided **Meet at VVS by 7pm if you need a ride** Karaoke @ Amyâ€™s Bar 9PM - 2AM $5 at the door Basket Draws (No one under the age of 19 allowed, Picture ID will be required)
Sunday, February 24th Drag Races Register @ 11AM Races begin @ 1PM Sharp Between 1st & 2nd Bridge Contact: Mervin Morin @ 288-7945 Canteen Available Tri Sport Tournament Finals @ 12 Noon Flea Market/Bake Sale 1PM - 4PM - Silver Building Contact: Ruth Gardiner Parent & Child Raffle Draw @ 7:30PM 1st - $1,000, 2nd - $600, 3rd - $400 Contestants: Brook & Ryder Favel, Colin & Marleshia Yew, Gena McCallum & Tiara Buffin, Philip Alcrow & Aubree Laliberte
For more info. contact Kimberly @ 288-2064. *Hosting Committee not responsible for theft, loss, or injury during these events** Poster is subject to change
CIPI Newsletter â€“ February 15th, 2013