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CIPI N e w s l e t t e r Volume 29 Issue 35

Friday, September 13th, 2013

In case of a serious Emergency call 911

Terry Fox Run

FIRE ………………………...911 AMBULANCE ………………911

Sunday, September 15th, 2013 @ 2:00pm at school Parking Lot

POLICE …………306-288-6400

*Forms can be picked up from Janet*

CLINIC ………….306-288-4800

For more info. call Kimberly @ 306-288-2064 or Janet @ 306-288-2022.

Ile-x Hospital ....1-306-833-2016 Kids Help Line 1-800-668-6868

CIPI TV BINGO Friday, September 13th, 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 - $1800.00 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 Special Bonanza $5.00 for 3-up Last Chance

License Number MB13-0010

North American Indigenous Games Team Sask-Athletes Trials for Track and Field and Cross Country September 2013 The North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) will be held July 20-27, 2014, in Regina, SK. Trials for the Saskatchewan Team going to these games will be held as follows: Track and Field Prince Albert, SK - Carlton High School Track September 21, 2013, (2pm - 6pm), September 22, 2013, (10am - 2:45pm Cross Country Muskoday First Nation (approximately 20km Southeast of Prince Albert on Highway #3)

September 28, 2013 Fees: Each Athlete will be assessed a $50 participation fee for athletes which covers both track and field and cross country. This fee is assessed to all participants of all sports and must be submitted prior to participation in the trials. Certified cheque or money order payable to Saskatchewan Athletics may be submitted with registration forms by September 14, 2013 or make payment when registering (Visa payment will be available on site or cash may be used for payment) but entries must be mailed, faxed or e-mailed in by the deadline to avoid late fees. A late fee of an additional $20 will be assessed for athletes entering on the day of the meet. All late entries must be completed by 12:00 noon Saturday, September 21, 2013 for Track and Field.

The Recreation van will be taking those interested in going. For more information call the Recreation Office @ 306-288-2064


CIPI TV BINGO

Valley View School

Tuesday, September 17th, 2013 7:30 pm on Channel 13 / Cable 5

Invites applications for

Early Bird - $2.00 for a 3-up

Substitute Teachers Substitute teachers are required at the Valley View School for the 2013/2014 school year. The successful applicants must be eligible for Saskatchewan Professional A or Provisional Professional A certification.

Win LOONIE POT on all 4 series.

Two Lines: $200.00

Loonie Pot - $2400.00*

Please forward an application, resume, cover letter and current criminal record check to: Arlene Hansen, Principal

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: $3,000 in * 54#’s or less Consolation: $300

By Mail: Valley View School Bag Service #2 Beauval, SK S0M 0G0 Email: valleyview@nlsd113.net

Last Chance Game

Fax: 306 288 2202 You can pick up an application form at the school. Deadline for applications is on October 4th, 2013 *Northern Lights School Division #113 is an Employment Equity Employer. Individuals of Aboriginal Ancestry are encouraged to self identify in their cover letter or resume.

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 MB13-0010

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CIPI NUMBERS The aim of Office: 306-288-2222 or 306-288-2474 the puzzle is Requests: 306-288-2230 to enter a Contest Line: 306-288-2053 email: cipi@sasktel.net number from website: www.cipiradio.com 1 through 9 in such a way Saturday Sunday Monday that each row, column, and region contains only Sunny Sunny Sunny one instance of each number. High 17° High 20° High 26°

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2013-2014 Valley View Community School Staff Principal - Arlene Hansen Vice-Principal - Gail Gardiner - Lafleur Pre-K - Rochelle Gauthier Kindergarten - Sarah Aubichon Grade 1 - Karen Klassen Grade 2 - Jolene Pederson Grade 3/4 - Michael Corrigal Grade 4/5 - Shirley Martin Grade 6 - Sheryl Cress Grade 7 - Rhoda Roy Grade 8 - Abby Gardiner Grade 9 - Mark Westman High School - Yvonne Gauthier High School - Charles Nearing High School - Stephen Hadden High School - Katie Graham High School - Sam Dawson Physical Education - Stephen King Guidance & Career Counseling - Paul Raycroft Literacy Numeracy Catalyst - Anita Henry Resources Pre-K to High School - Carolyn Elzinga Tutor - Alvina Aubichon Tutor - Jennifer Maurice Tutor - Jacinta Laliberte Tutor - Duane Elzinga Tutor Tutor Tutor Librarian - Carol Edquist Public Librarian Secretary - Vanessa Lafleur Social Worker - Shawna Laliberte Elementary Student Support Worker Shirley Bell-Morin

H.S. Student Support Worker - Ornella Campbell Community School Coordinator - Janet Alcrow Recreation Coordinator - Ted Hood Dental Therapist Dental Therapist - Donna Gauthier Caretaker - Bev Hansen Caretaker - Paul Laliberte Caretaker - Kathleen Kimbley School Community Council Chairperson - Judy Roy Vice-Chairperson - Debbie Mihalicz Secretary - Evelyn Aubichon Members - Chris Roy, Vivian Bouvier, Wendy Hood Teacher Rep. - Karen Klassen Administration Rep. - Arlene Hansen

Looking for Motivated Adults that are interested in assisting with the

Cadet Corp. Program You must be committed 1 day per week for 1 hour. If interested or for more information contact Shirley Bell-Morin @ 306-288-2022

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FOURTEEN AND FIFTEEN YEAR OLDS CAN ONLY WORK SIXTEEN HOURS DURING A SCHOOL WEEK Saskatchewan youth aged 14 and 15 are reminded that they must complete Saskatchewan’s Young Worker Readiness Certificate Course (YWRCC) and abide by Saskatchewan’s Minimum Age Employment laws if they want to work during the school year. Employers are responsible for ensuring that each young worker provides them with a YWRCC certificate, which must be kept on file. Employers must also adhere to the labour standards, occupational health and safety, and minimum age employment laws. “As school is a priority, it is important that youth with part-time jobs are aware of the minimum age laws,” Labour Relations and Workplace Safety Minister Don Morgan said. “There are limits on the hours per week they can work and the start and end times of their shifts.” Young workers under the age of 16 must have the consent of their parent or guardian to work; are not allowed to work after 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday; cannot work before school starts in the morning; and cannot work more than 16 hours during a school week. The YWRCC is a mandatory ready-for-work course that teaches youth about occupational health and safety, labour standards laws and their rights and duties as employees. Since 2010, more than 27,000 certificates have been printed. The course can be taken online at www.lrws.gov.sk.ca/ywrcc. You can also learn more about YWRCC at 1-800-667-1783.

Looking for Something Fast to Cook for Lunch PIZZA BALLS Ingredients: 3 cans Pillsbury Buttermilk Biscuits (10 ct) 60 pepperoni slices (2 per biscuit) Block of cheese (Colby/Monterey Jack or Chedder) 1 beaten egg Parmesan Cheese Italian Seasoning Garlic Powder 1 jar pizza sauce Directions:

Slice cheese into approx. 28 squares. Flatten each biscuit and stack pepperoni and cheese on top (Like in the picture) Gather edges of biscuit and secure on top of the roll. Line rolls in greased 9x13 pan Brush with beaten egg. Sprinkle with parmesan cheese, Italian seasoning and garlic powder. Bake at 425 degrees F. for 18 to 20 minutes. Serve with warm pizza sauce for dipping. ENJOY!!

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For the Safety of all at Valley View School, we are asking that visitors log into front Desk with Vanessa. Cell Phone Usage Personal Electronic Devices (PEDs) are not to be operated during regularly scheduled instructional time, or during a school sponsored activity such as an assembly or talk by a guest speaker. We ask that students leave any and all electronics at home. (Cells, I-pods, etc.) If in any case students do bring into the classroom they will be asked to place item in a safe security. If student continues to use electronic item, teacher will remove item for the remainder of the class until deemed appropriate for return. Complaint Procedure Any complaint by a community member that relates to Valley View School must be expressed either in person or through a representative, either verbally or in writing. The Principal and other designate shall take initial steps to resolve in a satisfactory manner, the issues or concerns brought to his/her attention. Such administrative action shall be taken with consideration of his/her duties as defined by the Education Act and the Division’s Administrative Procedures Manual. Social Worker We would like to Welcome Shawna Laliberte - Corrigal to Valley View School. Shawna is originally from Beauval and is doing the role of Social Worker. Her role will include the following:  Help students adjust to the school environment  Help students, parents and teachers to deal with students emotional needs which affect performance and healthy development  Use the resources available to mediate and enhance the school functioning of students, families, school and community by means of direct counseling, development of prevention and intervention service programs and interagency efforts within the community  Help families to access services within the division and other agencies If parents need to speak with Shawna about services and assistance you can contact her at Valley View School. CIPI Newsletter - September 13th, 2013


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Primrose Lake Economic Development Corporation

PLEDCO Annual General Meeting Saturday, September 28, 2013 Time: @ 1:00 pm Where: Jans Bay

Word Search Cookies ALMOND BAKE BISCUIT BLEND BUTTER CHIPS CHOCOLATE CINNAMON COCONUT COOKIES CREAM FLOUR FORTUNE MACAROON MILK NUTMEG

Check out our website @ cipiradio.com Happy “Belated” Birthday

wishes to my son

William”

Hope you had a relaxing day! See you soon. Love, Mom Happy “Belated” Birthday “Nicole”

Lunch will be served at 12:00 Noon The PLEDCO membership consists of the Municipal Governments of the communities of Cole Bay, Jans Bay, Beauval and Ile a la Crosse whose residents are the beneficiaries of the Trust.

OATMEAL OVEN PEANUT PECAN RAINBOW RAISINS ROSETTE SHORTBREAD SODA STIR SUGAR VANILLA WAFER WHIP WHITE

Here’s hoping you had a surprising day!

For further information, please call the Beauval Office @ 306-288-2370 or Norman Johnson, CEO, @ 306-833-7070. CIPI Newsletter – September 13th, 2013

Love, Tina Happy Birthday to  Jean Roy  Paul Don Felske  Rick Laliberte Happy “Belated” Birthday to Bertha Laliberte


CIPI TV BINGO

MDeez Confectionary

Sunday, September 15th, 2013 7:30 pm on Channel 13 / Cable 5 Early Bird - $2.00 for a 3-up

New Releases - Sept. 10th, 2013  Star Trek - Into Darkness

Win LOONIE POT on all 4 series.

Two Lines: $200.00

Employment Opportunities

Loonie Pot - $2100.00*

www.thyssenmining.com www.snakelakeconstruction.com

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

Lunch Hour Supervisor

Bonanza

for Bus Students

Job Opportunity

Roving “T” $100.00 Sputnik - $200.00 Blackout: $3,000 in * 53 #’s or less Consolation: $300

12:15pm – 1:10pm $12.00 an hour All supervisors must be responsible adults over the age of eighteen (18), and not registered as students in that school; Supervision will encompass the entire lunch period which includes mealtime, clean-up, and the time for regular pre-class supervision by teachers Supervision will be done in Community School Room.

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 MB13-0010

* unless previously won

For more information call Arlene Hansen @ 306-288-2022

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PROVINCE HELPS BUILD A HABITAT FOR HUMANITY HOME IN DUCK LAKE A Habitat for Humanity partner family in Duck Lake will soon have a home to call their own, thanks to $50,000 in funding assistance from the Saskatchewan Housing Corporation. Construction of the home was officially launched today at a sod-turning ceremony in Duck Lake. “This project is a wonderful example of people from all backgrounds working together to help Saskatchewan families and to build sustainable communities,” Social Services Minister and Minister responsible for Saskatchewan Housing Corporation June Draude said. “We are proud to support Habitat for Humanity and its partners as we continue to implement our Saskatchewan Plan for Growth and help families improve their quality of life.” “Duck Lake is a unique initiative because the partnerships involved will allow for affordable housing expansion in this community while offering trades training opportunities to Willow Cree Healing Lodge,” Habitat for Humanity Prince Albert President Morris Sawchuk said. Located at 345 – 4th Street in Duck Lake, the project will consist of the new construction of a bungalow of approximately 1,000 square feet with a partially developed basement and three to four bedrooms. The home is expected to be complete in spring of 2014. The project will also be constructed with support from CORCAN; as inmates of the Willow Cree Healing Lodge, a minimum security facility located in Duck Lake, will construct the home. CORCAN is a special operating agency of Correctional Service Canada (CSC). Enbridge Pipelines Inc. donated $50,000 toward the build, the Town of

Duck Lake donated the lot and, in addition, the Habitat National Office will be contributing $10,000 through a foundation directed at aboriginal housing. Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit organization working toward a world where everyone has a safe and decent place to live. The organization mobilizes volunteers and partners to build homes that provide families of low-income with access to affordable homeownership. Each partner family selected by Habitat for Humanity will contribute a minimum of 500 hours of volunteer labour toward the building of their home and other Habitat homes.

Early Wedding Anniversary Greetings to

“Sheldon & Janey Yew” Wishing you both a day… That’s filled with moments of love and happiness, With special dreams and memories to cherish all your life! Happy Anniversary to a wonderful couple!

Love Family & Friends

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