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Nevis man arrested for child sexual exploitation
ALERT’s Internet Child Exploitation team has arrested a 25-year-old man from Nevis, Ab. for child sexual exploitation, cruelty to animals, and firearms offences. The hamlet of Nevis is 60 kilometers east of Red Deer. The Internet Child Exploitation (ICE) team arrested Cris Marshall on Oct. 12, 2016 with the assistance of RCMP Stettler officers. Marshall came under investigation after he allegedly uploaded child sexual exploitation material via a social media account. Marshall’s home in Nevis was searched and a number of electronic devices were seized. A preliminary examination found a significant amount of child sexual exploitation material and offences involving his pet dog. The dog was seized and taken to a local veterinary clinic. Investigators also seized three unsecured firearms from the home.
Marshall was arrested in the hamlet of Byemoor. He has been charged with: cruelty to animals; making bestiality; accessing child exploitation materials; possessing child exploitation materials; making available child exploitation materials; making child pornography; careless storage of a firearm (x 3); and possession of a prohibited weapon. Anyone with information about this investigation, or any child exploitation offence is encouraged to contact local police or cybertip.ca. ALERT was established and is funded by the Alberta Government and is a compilation of the province’s most sophisticated law enforcement resources committed to tackling serious and organized crime. Members of Alberta Sheriffs, Calgary Police Service, Edmonton Police Service, Lethbridge Police Service, Medicine Hat Police Service and RCMP work in ALERT.
Bashaw tackles unpaid trailer taxes Lisa Joy
ECA Review reporter After several failed attempts to get tax assessment information from a trailer park owner, Bashaw Town Council created a bylaw to roll unpaid tax bal-
Fishing on the Battle River was a successful day for Dale Fancourt of Castor on Sun. Oct. 16 as he pulled out a walleye from the Battle River.
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Years Driving: 19 years Occupation: Rancher Family: Children - Alisa, Frazer, January Hobbies: Horseback riding
Years driving: 8 years Occupation: Clerk Family: Husband - Nelson, Children Christopher, Stephen Hobbies: Curling
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by Jamie Geddes more renowned as the opening Their performance was The Forestburg Golden Age act for Gary Fjellgaard. filled with humour, storyClub hosted The Great Plains The Delarondes entertained telling and musical flare. in concert on Thurs. Oct. 13 at to a warm and attentive crowd “We host these events to the Golden Age Drop-In Centre in Forestburg as they played give back to the community,” located in the Big Knife Villa several of their original songs said Marj Lunty, president of in Forestburg. as well as some songs made the Golden Age Club. “Our Saskia and Darrel popular by other artists. desire is to showcase our Delaronde are centre and proThe Great vide an evening Plains, a of good dynamic entertainment.” musical duo that Doreen Herle has toured of Forestburg North America won a Great and Europe Plains CD entitogether for over tled “Bluebird 12 years. Trail” which They are seapays homage to soned musicians, prairie life. song writers and The evening singers in their concluded with own right. attendees They have enjoying a chat been known to over coffee and open for several The Great Plains, a folk duo of Saskia and Darrel Delaronde performed at dessert donated high profile per- the Forestburg Golden Age Club on Oct. 13. ECA Review/J. Geddes by the Golden formers but Age Club.
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Heartland Arts Troupe Society presents
A Little Murder Never Hurt Anybody Directed by Jane Skocdopole Dinner Theatre at Stettler Community Hall
November 16-19, 2016 Cocktails: 6:00 p.m. Dinner: 6:30 p.m. Curtain to follow Tickets available at: Wells Furniture, Main Street, Stettler
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Stettler County approves Parkland budget Debra Johnston
ECA Review Reporter Libraries continue to be busy places according to Ron Sheppard, Director of Parkland Regional Library, who presented Stettler County Council with Parkland’s 2017 budget at the county’s regular meeting held Oct 12. Stettler County approved Parkland’s 2017 budget of $3,241,510, which represents a two per cent increase over 2016. With a requisition of $8.04 per
capita, the county’s total comes to $41,028. As a municipal service, Parkland also receives funding directly from the government of $4.70 per capita and each library receives $5.55 per capita. Councillors Dave Grover and Ernie Gendre voted against approving the budget, which included a seven per cent wage increase for 2017. The Parkland Region includes 64 member municipalities, 49 public libraries and 45 library boards.
Libraries, which operate as autonomous organizations, require services that are too expensive for individual libraries to afford says Sheppard. Parkland pools funding from its members and government grants in order to provide network platforms for things like interlibrary loans and cataloguing, as well as providing staff training, or, more recently, e-services.
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Coronation’s Coun. Horkoff not in favour of Bethany Report findings
Coronation Town Council approved recommended a new regional housing the findings and recommendations of body be formed with the specific air of Regional Housing Capacity developing a new Regional Integrated Assessment prepared by the Bethany Housing Plan for the area to explore Group on behalf of the communities of added capacity in social/affordable Castor, Coronation, Halkirk and the housing. County of Paintearth at the Oct. 10 regUnder Recommendation 2: the ular meeting with Coun. Vickey report noted that there is potential to Horkoff being the only negative vote. develop new models of family housing “I don’t think housing is a ‘regional’ (formerly called Affordable Housing) issue,” said Horkoff in an interview fol- that would add to the limited stock lowing the meeting. She went on available within the region; the new clarifying that if she had spent her strong housing management body whole life in Coronation, having to could apply for and administer Rent move to another community to live out Supplement grants to enable families her senior years, is not “aging in to remain in their existing accommoplace”. dation; and finally, that prevailing The 47 page report maintained that demographics that Coronation would “a new approach with acceptance by most benefit from this type of the major stakeholders will lay the development. foundation for a regional framework. In Recommendation 4 under The report went on to say “it is eviCoronation - New Supportive Living dent that there is now a need and Seniors Facility stated it would be logimpetus for rural communities to work ical to think that it is the closely together to ensure that they responsibility of AHS to redevelop/ can be seen as representing a regional replace the existing care spaces in population with a clear knowledge of Coronation. the issues and possible solutions to the Turn to Financial, Pg 9 problems. The accepted practices of the past where each smaller community represented its own interests, and expected to be able to provide for all aspects of -- --- health and housing needs, are probably no longer viable.” The report
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Milan Cuthbert of the Hughenden Girls volleyball team readies to return the volley during the 2-day tournament hosted by Hughenden.
Nuturing a culture of learning The new teachers, Laura Sangster, Brittany Paulson and Cody Paul at Hughenden Public School (HPS) attended the ATA Beginning Teacher Conference. Paul also recently participated in a senior high math session and and Cathy Samson was chosen to attend an Inside Education session in Jasper where she furthered her knowledge about biological diversity. Susan Reynolds and Kimberly Ruecker attended a session on effective teaching strategies and Lara Ledger has been receiving training associated with the
new role of Inclusive Learning facilitator. The Senior High Girls Volleyball team hosted a two-day tournament with teams from Irma, Wainwright, Oyen, Viking and Forestburg. The Irma Tigers took home first, Forestburg second place, Wainwright Commandos third place and the HPS Wildcats placed fourth. Thirty-five students who earned academic excellence will be treated to the annual movie and pizza night as a token of recognition of their commitment to their academics last year.
Coronation Senior Girls Angels volleyball team, from the left, back row: Coach Cam Brown, Mattea Jones, Kaylea Twa, Erin Brown, Breanne Shaw, Kyla Duncan, Becka Schmidt and Madison Nichols. Front row: Richen Basig, Rayanna Ramsay, Koryn Duncan, Breanna Mears and Sydney Kubinchak.
Coronation/Provost going head to head in volleyball The Coronation Senior Girls Angels volleyball team, a 1A team, have seen a great deal of success having defeated a number of 2A teams, and when they are at their best can take on some very respectable 3A as well, said coach, Cam Brown. The team started with the 36 team Mega-volley in Vermilion and finished sixth losing to the silver medalist. The team lost the consolation final
Made me laugh
Dear Editor, The turkey picture featured on the front page of volume 105 Oct. 6, 2016 made me laugh. Although I may never eat turkey again!! I always enjoy reading and looking at the pictures in the East Central Alberta Review. Keep up the great work! Thank you. Tammy Chick County of Red Deer
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in a Bawlf tournament. The gold medal match in Provost saw the team lose two very close sets to bring home silver. This past weekend in Forestburg the Angels lost out to the same Provost public school team in the semi-final in another intense match. This weekend coming up they are in Consort as the returning champion and the weekend following in Stettler. The girls have had a great
The Amisk School participated in the Terry Fox School Run on Sept. 29 raising over $2700.
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Travels included witnessing the fall of Berlin wall Lorna Jean Schnell heritage as both sets of isolated lighthouse to gather March 30, 1946 – October grandparents and material for a 8, 2016 her mother (Annie novel she wrote. Lorna was born in Castor Schnell) were born Lorna was an on March 29 or 30, 1946, in the village of accomplished poet depending upon which Norka on the Volga and published in a records are referred to. River, Russia. variety of books When she obtained her drivHer father (Henry and magazines for er’s license, she chose Schnell) was born which she proudly March 30 as it was easier to in Canada after his received remember. parents John and payments. She grew up in Castor and Amelia immiIn October 2015 returned often as it was grated. Annie and she published a Schnell always her “home town.” Henry grew up in 240 page book on She was a licensed LPN the Beaver District the history of the and worked in Red Deer for on adjacent farms and lived Schnell and Traudt (mother) eight years before returning their whole lives in Castor. families with a focus on the to Red Deer College to train Henry was a key member for a Diploma in Secretarial of John Schnell and Sons Science. Lorna moved to Garage Ltd. for 50 years, Ponoka and worked for the known for his iron repairs Alberta Government for 24 at work and evening wood years, remaining in Ponoka working building spinning after retirement in her home wheels. one block from where she Lorna travelled widely, once worked. ranging from a summer While living in Ponoka working at a fishing camp she played piano at her above the Arctic Circle to church, was president of the Kenya on the equator. She Riverside Good Neighbor and her mother travelled in Club and president of the Europe and Russia to near Ponoka Word Weaver where her mother grew up. writing group. Lorna witnessed the fall In her youth, Lorna was of the Berlin wall. She once an active member of the spent a week living in an Castor C.G.I.T group, babysat for many families, had a Calgary Herald paper route and Development Office was an active Notice of Decision member of the Notice is hereby given of the following decision in E.U.B. Church. accordance with the Municipal Government Act, RSA Many members 2000, Chapter M-26, and Bylaw No. 2009-559 and of the Castor comamendments thereto, of the Town of Coronation: munity Permit #2016-014 - Approved (numbering about Lot 11-12 Ribstone Home & Garden 120) were her Block 9 5002 Windsor Avenue direct or distant Plan 8149AH relatives. Lorna spent a lot Proposed Development: 15’ by 101’ Addition to Retail Store of time at the John Traudt farm as she The above noted application(s) will be held fourteen (14) days after publication of this notice at which time was the first these decisions are deemed to be final unless female grandchild otherwise appealed. Any person wishing to appeal a in the family and was doted on by six decision may file an appeal at the Town Office 5015 Victoria Avenue, Coronation, AB or by mail to Box 219, aunts and uncles Coronation, AB T0C 1C0 still living on the Date of Publication: October 20, 2016 farm. Lorna was proud Town of Coronation of her “Germans Development Officer from Russia” Sandra Kulyk
lives of the Henry and Annie Schnell family. These members include her survivors Dr. Russell and Suan Schnell, Boulder, Colorado and their children Alicia and Ryan, and Brenda (Schnell) and Jack Scott (Edmonton) and their children Jennifer and Jolene. Lorna is interred in the family plot in the Castor cemetery. A memorial service will be held at a later date. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.parkviewfuneralchapels.com
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Smiled and let the paramedics e c n a i l l A know she was going home Mildred Lawrence passed away peacefully, surrounded by family at the Coronation Hospital and Care Centre on Oct. 11, 2016 at the age of 91. She is survived by her children Charles Lawrence, Tom Lawrence (Bonnie), John (Helen), Gayle (John) and Shannon (Jay). Grandchildren include Sherri, Rocky, Shaun (Nicole), Roxanne (John), Crystal (Cody), Randy, Joey (Stephanie), Samone (Eric), Sahara and Harley. Great grandchildren include Sean (Kelsey), Kelly, Harmony, Arianna, Colten, Tatianna, Tianna (Mat), Ava, Harley, Alivia and Lawrence great- great grandchildren Aurora and Xander. She is also survived by sisters Maggie and Dora, sister-in-law Sybil, and many numerous nieces and nephews. She is predeceased by her parents, brother Jim, husband Charlie, daughter Patricia, daughter-in-law Myrna and granddaughter Jenny Dawn. Mildred was born Dec. 3, 1924 at Lloydminster Sk. She was born to James and Ruby (nee Mansfield) Allen. After the death of her father, Mildred moved with her mom and brother to Paradise Valley when her mom remarried. There she worked the farm with the family. Mildred met and married Charlie Lawrence Oct. 25, 1950. They set up home on his parent’s farm where they continued farming until 1973. Mildred would always be there whenever the neighbours needed help; be it bringing over her chicken and dumplings or helping with harvest. Life was tough during the time Mildred and Charlie had their young family. Money was scarce, so trapping, picking berries and living off the land was a normal part of life. Mildred and Charlie taught their children to hunt and passed on all of their knowledge. Family and neighbours were very important and most social occasions were joined with the many relatives in the area. Mildred and Charlie had a love of music and Mildred played her accordion. She loved singing and dancing with her sister-in-law Elsie and many nights were spent with friends and
family singing into the late hours. Mom and dad had 12 children; six passed away while still babies. She had her hands full with her children and all of her nieces and nephews. Even though times were tough, mom’s stories of growing up in Paradise Valley were always filled with laughter and mischief. They then moved the whole family to the Coronation area where she resided until her death. Mom continued her gardening and raising her family. She found ways to contribute to the household. She cleaned geese, picked bottles, sold baking and attended farmers markets all over the area. Her family never needed anything. Her children were always reminded that the value of family was more important than the value of gifts. Memories of holidays were of playing cards, board games, great cooking and a lot of laughter. She cared for her daughter Patsy until Patsy went into long term care. Mom and Patsy were best friends and went on many adventures together through the years, always checking in on each other. Mom loved being with her family, her children, grandchildren, great grandchildren and great-great grandchildren, and all of the children she had been there for through the years that were not her children. She would talk with her sister Maggie from Kitscoty and nephew Victor from Germany every week and would reflect on their calls over and over. Each time one of the nieces or nephews would stop by for a visit she would get very excited and start talking about thefarm at Paradise Valley. They meant everything to her. Her eyes would light up with each and every story about their daily lives. S he was there for all family when they needed her even in the most awful moments in life, without judgement. Mildred loved her life in Coronation. Her community was important to her and she always felt like a part of this community. Mom was able to stay in her home until July 10, of this year. Many home supports made this possible and she was so very appreciative of all their help. Due to a medical emergency mom went into the Coronation Hospital and it was her choice to make the move to go into a facility where she would receive more help. When we would go
in to visit mom, she would always say how much she enjoyed the staff that helped her every day, remarking on how nice and gentle they were. More medical needs arose during the last few weeks and mom was sent to Red Deer hospital for further assessment. It was during this assessment mom made the decision that she would return home to spend her last days at Coronation in her community surrounded by family and friends. She smiled and let the paramedics know she was going home. The staff at the Coronation hospital continued with their love and support, going above and beyond in a way that only a small town hospital does. Mom and her family would like to thank all of the staff at the hospital during her time there. The level of care she received went far above their job roles. We have no words that describe how thankful we are for the care she received. A funeral service was held at the Coronation Community Centre, Sat. Oct. 15 at 2 p.m. in Coronation, Ab., with Reverend Alwin officiating. Interment will take place following the service at Coronation Cemetery. Donations can be made directly to the Coronation Hospital Foundation, Mail Bag 500, Coronation, AB T0C 1C0. Arrangements were entrusted to Coronation Funeral Home, Box 358 Coronation, AB, TOC 1CO, 403.578.2928. A Division of Central Alberta Family Funeral Services. Condolences can be forwarded to the family by visiting the website www. coronationfuneralhome.ca.
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Cont’d from Pg 1 The Municipal Government Act (MGA) requires owners of trailer parks to provide monthly reports to the CAO regarding ownership of trailers, serial numbers, year, make, size and movement of trailers coming in and out of the park. “Last listing received from the trailer park owner was from 2012,” said Town of Bashaw Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) Theresa Fuller in her report to council. “It’s a common situation with municipalities all across Alberta,” she pointed out. Council will give third reading to the bylaw at its Oct. 20 meeting.
Cemetery maintenance solutions
Town of Bashaw is looking at alternatives for cemetery maintenance after the Women’s Institute notified them they are relinquishing care of the cemetery at the end of the year. The maintenance needed includes grass cutting, ongoing repairs, hole filling and leveling of graves as well as general neatness of the cemetery. “Council requested that we do some research on what other municipalities do,” said CAO Fuller. “We will find some costing to compare whether it will be cheaper to contract it out or hire an employee.”
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Council approved Parkland Regional Library’s budget request of a two per cent increase in 2017. “Parkland Regional Library has implemented modest increases all along,” said CAO Fuller. “Our council is under the view that library service is definitely of value. The modest increase is warranted.” Council received letters from other municipalities including Blackfalds, Coronation, Rimbey and Rocky Mountain House, who were opposed to the two per cent increase and suggested either a zero or a minimum of one per cent increase.
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Financial assistance Cont’d from Pg 3 It went on to say that “if it was a decision by a new regional housing board to pursue a facility it will come with certain difficult decisions including closing the existing Assisted Living unit and the Long Term Care space in the hospital. The new facility would accommodate these spaces within the new build.” Any arrangement with AHS/ Alberta Health will potentially be on a cost shared basis (i.e. ASLI grant @ 50 per cent) and any deficits will have to be paid by the regional tax base.
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Coun. Brigley reported a concern that was raised with her regarding the Golf Course Club hosting functions at the clubhouse during winter hours. Discussion was centered around the concern over the decline in the Rec Centre and Curling Club rentals which directly impacts the town and curling club revenues. Kulyk pointed out that the town has
given over the operation of the course and clubhouse to the club and they pay all the utilities, expenses, etc. However Brigley asked, “who do they come to when there is a shortfall”, citing the request for funding support for the greenskeeper wages in the amounts ranging from $20,000 to $22,500 per year. “We have to look at something different,” said Coun. Horkoff, “Even the bowling alley needs to be used more.”
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Council will encourage residents to fill out a Government of Alberta an online survey to let them know how the coal phase out will impact families and communities at www.surveymonkey.com/r/albertacoalsurvey.
Coronation town council gave consent to the donation of $100,000 from the Paintearth Waste Management Ltd. to the Paintearth Economic Partnership Society for financial assistance.
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Sonoma, Calif. – Students in the Leadership Class of Altimira Middle School in Sonoma have joined their local Rotary Club to help rid the world of polio. “Polio is a disease that cripples people. Some people die from it,” said Erin, a 7th grader. The students organize Purple Pinky Days at their own school and at the five elementary
schools in their district. Last spring, the students raised about $3,500 in small, one dollar donations during Purple Pinky Days. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation donates $2 for every dollar raised – so their $3,500 grew into a $10,500 donation. Purple Pinky Days raise more than money – they also raise awareness about polio and how the disease can be eliminated
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How do the students raise ________ with their Purple Pinky Days project? By having fun! On Purple Pinky Day everyone is encouraged to _______ in purple clothing. At the lunch break, students in the Leadership Class set up a table where kids can _______ one dollar and get their pinky dyed ______. “We dye pinkies purple because when a child is _______________ at a Rotary vaccination event, the child’s pinky is colored purple to ________ that he or she has been vaccinated,” said Jack, a 7th grader. Some kids like to get more than one finger dyed. They pay $1.00 for each finger they want dipped into dye. “Some kids even dye their toes!” Jack added.
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After dipping a finger (or two or three or more) into the purple dye, each student ________ into a box and pulls out an ice pop. If a person gets a purple ice pop, they can reach in and get another one.
Rotary is a global network of volunteers. Find out if you have a Rotary Club in your community. Ask if they will send someone to speak to your class about their efforts to end polio. www.rotary.org
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In 1988 when Rotary’s Global Polio Eradication effort began, there were 350,000 case of polio each year – about 1,000 cases a day. To find out how many cases there have been so far this year, color the spaces with two dots purple. Standards Link: Reading Comprehension: Follow simple written directions.
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Come into Stettler Dodge, Aspen Ford or Stettler GM with a vehicle you have purchased at any of these dealerships and get an additional $500 off the purchase price of your next vehicle for the month of October!
Working together to support YOU better! Check out our websites for our certified pre-owned line up. If you canâ€™t find it here, we will find it for you! Weâ€™re here for the long haul.
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