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inSide STREETERS Are people growing tired of Facebook and all that it does? inSide Drumheller asks: “Do you have Facebook fatigue?”

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OPINION RCMP continue insvestigation into suspicious death Patrick Kolafa | inSide Drumheller

The investigation into the suspicious death of a man in Newcastle is continuing. Drumheller RCMP have released the identity of the male discovered deceased at a Newcastle home Monday morning. The Drumheller Mail broke the story that EMS called for Police assistance at 4:45 .m. Monday morning. Investigations confirmed the death of 35-year-old Brian Le. Staff Sergeant Art

Sasidharan Sivamayam “Not fatigue - sometimes I like it because I can speak to people overseas.”

The RCMP Major Crimes Unit were at an address in Newcastle investigating a suspicious death Monday morning. Police

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Chris Hadfield “Yes, I do, keeping in touch with everybody (I’ve got a lot of family back home.)”

Hopkins said the RCMP Major Crimes Unit has completed a thorough investigation. An autopsy was expected to be performed on Wednesday, April 29, and he said extensive forensic examinations are ongoing and will take an extended period of time to complete. The death remains suspicious. “Foul play has not been completely ruled out, however, I can assure the residents of Drumheller that this is a very isolated incident and that they are not at any risk,” said Hopkins.

Mayor Terry Yemen is taking his concerns about what appears to be lack of action to deal with the flood mitigation in Drumheller to the interim premier. This follows him attending The Flood and Drought Symposium in Calgary on Tuesday with CAO Ray Romanetz. The meeting provided few answers to issues facing Drumheller following the flood. “The big thing I took away from it is there is support for flood mitigation in Alberta and it is happening in Calgary, High River and Medicine Hat,” said Yemen, adding that Drumheller was only mentioned once throughout the whole meeting. “Am I disappointed? Yes. I realize that it is

an incredibly big thing they are doing here, they are going back as far as record go, looking for ebbs and flows, but as far as any new news for Drumheller, we came out with nothing whatsoever.” “When we asked, they said it was all part of the process. We were going to meet on May 1 for specific questions on Drumheller, and in Drumheller, but they have cancelled that until sometime later in May.” He asserts that residents dealing with the aftermath of the flooding deserve answers. “There are rumors going around and some of the things they even suggested about relocating people, residents want to know. “Should I side my house? Should paint my house?” and they don’t have the an-

swers for residents.” He said the Red Deer River Basin was hardly mentioned at the meeting. “I know we are not in the same situation as Calgary or High River, I would never suggest that… Why don’t they take us off the table and then go on and do the other stuff that is going to take a lot more time and money?” “We are going to amp up our lobbying efforts, we are going to push them even harder for answers.” One major concern stems from correspondence from then Minister of Municipal Affairs Doug Griffiths, dating back to last August relating to Approved Development Zones within the Town of Drumheller, recognizing the mitigation and

bylaws that Drumheller has in place for developing in area that on maps appear as floodways. The letter from Griffith concluded by saying the staff from Alberta Environment and Municipal Affairs (AESRD) “will work with your municipal administration to confirm our understanding of the details of your mitigation measures and bylaws.” This week Mayor Yemen sent a message to Premier Dave Hancock, asking when this is going to happen. “…when will staff from AESRD and Municipal Affairs work with our municipal administration to confirm our understanding of the details of our mitigation measures and bylaws?” he asks in the letter.

“We need help here, these conversations have not happened and we have no idea what to tell the people of Drumheller as far as flood mitigation,” said Yemen. There was one positive from the meeting for Yemen. He said when the programs begin, the funding is expected to flow through the existing grant process, allowing the municipalities to take control of the projects. “We’ll be able to get the tenders and push the process through, that will speed the process up and not deal with an additional level of bureaucracy,” said Yemen. “We are knocking on the door and asking the questions but ultimately the Government of Alberta is writing the cheque.” w52eowa

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MS Walk set to go Sunday For a decade and half the MS Walk and Run in Drumheller has been a stalwart event to raise funds and awareness for multiple sclerosis, and there is no signs of slowing down. The annual event goes this Sunday morning, May 4 at the Badlands Community Facility. Registration opens at 9 a.m., and the walk goes at 10 a.m. Organizer Shauna Brown is excited by how this year’s event is shaping up. “Our participants are up, our volunteers are up, we just need the sun to stay up� said Brown. “It is really inspiring this year to see all the groups that are joining in, especially with all that is going on in the valley.�

This year’s MS Walk coordinator, Shauna Brown, right, and regional director of the Central Alberta chapter of the MS Society of Canada, Lorraine Evans-Cross at the

One change participants will notice is they have shortened the route. The east leg along Riverside Drive will terminate at the gazebo at Sunshine Lodge, rather than the high school. “This way we can also involve the folks at Continuing Care and at Sunshine “This way we can Lodge. This involves two also involve pretty important groups the folks at and we want to make it Continuing Care enjoyable for everyone,â€? and at Sunshine said Brown. This year they have a Lodgeâ€?. unique arrangement for Shauna Brown entertainment. “Rather than bringing an entertainer in, we are having a campďŹ re style jam. So, anyone who is there and the public are invited to come down and join us, and if you sing or play, join in!â€? said Brown. Brown invites everyone down on Sunday morning, even if you are not actively collecting pledges. She said anyone can make donations at the event. There are also a number of fundraising endeavours for which everyone can participate. For more information, contact Brown at 403436-0576.

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Take notice that the following development permits for the proposed uses listed below have been issued in accordance with Land Use Bylaw 10-08 of the Town of Drumheller. 1. Development Permit T00016-14D; Plan 4790DO; Block 10; Lot 1; 1405 – 4 Avenue SW, Drumheller – DEVELOPMENT PERMIT – New Construction of Detached Garage (Relaxation Granted) – Classification Manufactured Home (Subdivision) Residential “MHR� District 2. Development Permit T00020-14D; Top Rocker Motorcycle Gear Ltd.; Plan 4676CH; Block 2; Lots 14-19; 11 – 2 Avenue North, Rosedale – DEVELOPMENT PERMIT – Occupy as a Retail Store – Classification Local Commercial “C-1� District 3. Development Permit T00024-14D; Dinosaur Valley Express; SE Sec 19 Twp 28 Rng 19 W4; 230 Highway 10x, Rosedale – DEVELOPMENT PERMIT – Occupy as a Commercial Tourist Development (Tourist Bus Service) – Classification Agricultural “A� District 4. Development Permit T00025-14D; Plan 4437JK; Block 2; Lot 41; 60 Cedar Crescent, Drumheller – DEVELOPMENT PERMIT – New Construction of Detached Garage – Classification Residential “R-1� District 5. Development Permit T00006-14S; Top Rocker Motorcycle Gear/Bucky’s Liquor Store; Plan 4676CH; Block 2; Lots 14-19; 11- 2 Avenue South, Rosedale – Placement of Fascia Signs – Classification Local Commercial “C-1� District Further information regarding these decisions may be obtained from the Development/ Planning Department, Town Hall, 224 Centre Street, Drumheller, Alberta T0J 0Y4 (403) 823-1310 or e-mail Any person wishing to appeal these decisions may do so by submitting Form F and/or a written notice of appeal to the Secretary of the Sub-division & Development Appeal Board at 224 Center Street, Drumheller, Alberta, T0J 0Y4. A non-refundable fee of $127.25 must accompany the appeal. The “Notice of Appeal� and accompanying fee must be received no later than 4:30 p.m., May 16, 2014. Cindy Woods, Development Officer, Town of Drumheller


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PURPOSE: The purpose is to consider amendments to Land Use Bylaw No.10-08 to provide modifications and additions to the land use regulations within the Town of Drumheller as follows: 1. The addition and revision of definitions for the following uses in Part 1 (2) Definitions: Communication Structure, Development Commencement/ completion, Fabric Covered Building, Work Camp, Public Utility, Boarding or Lodging House 2. Amendment of Part III Sec. 7 (g) Development Not Requiring a Development Permit for Town land and Sec. 9 Deciding on Development Permit Applications - relaxation standards 3. Amendment of Part VI Land Use Districts to add or remove land uses and revise development requirements in various land use districts throughout the Town 4. Amendment of Part VII General Land Use Regulations for further clarification on specific land uses including Accessory Building and Uses, Storage Structures, and Manufactured Homes 5. The addition of Section 85 Work Camp and Section 86 Communication Structures to provide regulations and requirements for the use 6. Amendment of Schedule A, Land Use District Map as follows: Block 2 Plan 921 0370, From ‘A’ – Agricultural District to ‘CS’ – Community Service District; and

PRESENTATION: Oral and written comments and suggestions are invited and should be addressed to the point of the proposed amendment. They may be made by any person or group of persons or a person acting on his/her or their behalf, who claims to be affected by the proposed amendment, and by any other persons that the Council wishes to hear at the hearing. Written submissions may be made by the persons above, and may be received in the Town of Drumheller office by 2:00 P.M. on May 20, 2014. Oral presentation may be made at the hearing by the persons above, whether or not they have made a written presentation. The time limit of oral presentations is subject to the direction of the Chairperson.


Copies of the proposed amendment to Land Use Bylaw No. 10-08 are available for public inspection at the Town of Drumheller office during regular office hours. This notice is given pursuant to Sections 606 and 692 of the Municipal Government Act. First Publication: May 2, 2014 Second Publication: May 9, 2014

A Ptn of the SW Âź Sec. 10-29-20 W4M from ‘UT’ Urban Transitional District to ‘CS’ – Community Service District; and Parcel D Plan 977DE from ‘MHR’ – Manufactured Home Residential to ‘CS’ – Community Service District; and Lots 9 and 10, Block 12, Plan 4790DO from ‘MHR’ – Manufactured Home Residential to ‘CS’ – Community Service District; and Block 16 Plan 921 0363 from ‘UT’ Urban Transitional District to ‘CS’ – Community Service District as shown on the plan:

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DID YOU KNOW??????????????? Spring Cleanup 2014 Town of Drumheller Residents are advised of the upcoming Annual Spring Cleanup event being held from May 5 – May 15, 2014. Sort your spring cleanup items and make it more efficient for the cleanup crews. Watch the Drumheller Mail for further details or call the Landfill at 403-823-1345 for more information.

Board Vacancies

The Town of Drumheller has vacancies on the following Boards: Policing Committee – 1 vacancy ( One from Carbon, Munson, Morrin or Delia), Please contact Linda Handy 403-823-1339 if you are interested in serving in this capacity.


For up-to-date information, please feel free to call the library at 403-823-1371. Or, visit our web at or find us on Facebook on the web page.

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Town Hall – 403-823-6300 Badlands Community Facility – 403-823-1370 After Hours Emergency Call – 403-823-2512 Public Library – 403-823-1371 Aquaplex – 403-823-1322 Memorial Arena – 403-823-1328 Seniors Services – 403-823-1317

Recreational Bookings – 403-823-1324 Regional Recycling – 403-823-1343 Regional Landfill – 403-823-1345 Bylaw Enforcement – 403-823-7590 Municipal Airport -403-823-3000

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WORKS New guidelines for immunizations in light of measles outbreak Patrick Kolafa | inSide Drumheller

of age to less than 12 months of age who are living in or travelling Residents ought to to the Calgary, Central be able to get measles or Edmonton Zones of immunizations at area AHS, or travelling to any Community Health Cenout-of-province destinatres and Public Health tions in which measles Offices, according to outbreaks are ongoing, Alberta Health Services are eligible for an early (AHS). additional dose of meaThis comes after AHS sles vaccine. Infants who declared a measles outreceive this additional break in its Calgary, early dose of vaccine will Edmonton and Central still be required to reZones. Drumheller lies ceive the two routinely recommended doses of measles vaccine, admin- Residents in need of a measles immunization are able to The Drumheller & District Chamber of Commerce istered at 12 months of make an appointment through local public health offices file photo on behalf of the Royal Tyrrell Museum of age and between four Palaeontology is currently looking for enthusiastic, and six years of age. This be received anytime be- to be offered throughpeople orientated, and customer service driven additional early dose will tween four and six years out the entire Central individuals to work as Visitor Services provide short-term add- of age. During an out- Zone, at Community Representatives. The main role of the Visitor ed protection to infants break, ensuring children Health Centres and PubServices Representative is collection of admission and program fees from individuals or groups six months to less than attending daycares/day- lic Health offices. Apvisiting the Royal Tyrrell Museum. 12 months of age, who homes and schools have pointments for routine are otherwise vulnerable received this second immunizations, includduring this time of in- dose as soon as possible ing childhood measles creased risk of exposure will reduce the likeli- vaccine, also continue Royal Tyrrell Museum to disease. hood of these children to be offered. Please call • Children age four and being excluded from your local public health Visitor Services Representative older, who are attendfacility directly to book ing daycares/dayhomes Term: May 1 to June 31, 2014 weekends and evenings Measles vaccine an appointment,” states a and schools within the July 1 to August 31, 2014 fulltime continues to be release. Calgary, Central or EdThose unsure of their Salary: starts at $10.25 per hour offered throughout own or their child’s immonton Zones of AHS the entire Central munization history can Deadline for application: Friday, May 9, 2014 and have not yet reZone, at Community contact their local public ceived their second dose Health Centres and health office, or Health of measles vaccine, are Forward your resume with cover letter to: advised to receive it as Public Health offices. Link Alberta to discuss Kathy Little Support Services Manager soon as possible. In non- Please call your local their needs. Drumheller & District Chamber of Commerce outbreak circumstances, Symptom of measles public health facility Fax: (403) 823-4469 the routine childhood include a fever of 38.3 directly to book an Email: immunization schedule appointment. or higher, coughing, suggests the second dose runny nose and red eyes. AHS public news release A red blotchy rash appears three to seven days these locations following after the fever starts, “Doors Open” April 28 behind the ears and on exposure to disease. To accomplish this the face, and spreading in the Central Region a down the body. Measles 12345 Starting $40.00/hour - after 90 days $45.00/hour number of measles im- is extremely contagious Extend the reach munization clinics have and spreads through air. Must have: of your print ad. been offered in Red Deer There is no treatment Introducing career ads online • Driver’s license and own transportation throughout the coming for measles other than • Inter-provincial heavy duty mechanic license preventative immunizamonth. • Minimum 15 years experience, including 5 “As always, measles tions. vaccine also continues years field service experience in the Central Zone. According to a release, the declaration comes after several consecutive weeks in which new cases have been confirmed. Since February in the Central Zone, notifications of sites where there is potential exposure to measles have been sent to warn the public. These have largely been limited to Red Deer, with a few in Blackfalds, Camrose and Stettler.

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HAPPENINGS Fundraising evening for two determined sisters Michele Scott| inSide Drumheller Two determined sisters facing challenging health issues are holding a fundraising evening to help with their medical costs. Angela McLellan, 29, and Andrea Price, 24, are holding “The Live Life To The Limit Social� evening up at the Stampede Barn on Saturday, May 10, starting at 7:30 p.m. “We want to celebrate living life to the limit because it’s not something you can always do when living with a

chronic illness,� said Andrea. “Life with Lyme has a Price - in this case it has two� is the slogan on their poster - Angela’s maiden name is Price. Andrea started noticing vision problems while playing volleyball, and was diagnosed with having Lyme disease by a naturopath in October of 2012, after seeing neurologists for quite some time. Andrea said through treatments, she had a lot of ups and downs, but has been getting better. Angela was diagnosed at 21 with a rare neuro-muscular disease, hyperkalemic periodic paralysis. Her neurologist said another issued could be causing the strange sensory symptoms she was having. Through a clinic in Calgary, her bloodwork, sent to IgeNex Labs in the United States, tested positive for Lyme

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Sisters Angela McLellan, left, and Andrea Price, are holding a fundraising evening to pay their out of pocket expenses for medical treatment. The event is scheduled for May 10 at the Stampede Barn, and will feature a silent auction, 50/50 draw, cash bar, and music. photo submitted

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inSide Happenings Playing at The Napier Theatre... THE AMAZING SPIDERMAN 2. 2 BIG WEEKS!! Friday, May 2 - Thursday, May 15. 7:30 pm. Closed Monday. Friday & Saturday, May 2 & 3, East Coulee: SpringFest: 40+ Groups on stage. East Coulee School. See ad for more details. Friday & Saturday, May 2 & 3, Drumheller: carol todor dance show presents Dance With Me. Friday at 7:30 p.m., Saturday at 2:00 p.m. Call 403-823-4377 for tickets or purchase at the door. See ad for more details. Friday - Sunday, May 2-4, Drumheller: Celebrate May Day Miners’ Festival all weekend in the Drumheller Valley. For a full schedule of events go to specialevents or at the World’s Largest Dinosaur. Saturday, May 3, Drumheller: Knox United Church Spring Luncheon 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at the Knox United Church. Saturday, May 3, Carbon: Royal Canadian Legion #161 Carbon live fundraising auction. Preview at 1:00 p.m., Auction at 2:00 p.m. at the Carbon Valley Hotel. Sunday, May 4, Drumheller: May Day Miners’ Festival. Memorial Reception, Downtown Drumheller, Memorial Park, Centre Street, 1:30 p.m. See ad on this page.

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disease. She’s unable to get a lot of the treatments Andrea does because of her neuro-muscular disease. “In Canada, when you do test positive for Lyme disease, the protocol is six weeks of antibiotics, and that’s it,� said Angela. Those seeking other treatment must pay their costs themselves. The sisters appreciate everything valley residents are doing to help. “We’ve had a lot of support from the community - Angela and I are so grateful,� Andrea said.

The sisters are still gathering items for the silent auction, and ask that anyone wishing to donate in any way to call Angela at (403) 334-4440.

are WHO you? Bob Moatt Age: 78 Occupation: Retired, but started in the Red Deer Mine in Nacmine in 1952 and then went to the HyGrade Mine in North Drum from 1954-1957. I closed the Murray Collieries in East Coulee, and stuck around for a year to sell off the equipment. I started picking bones, but then became a pony driver. I left mining and went on to be Deputy Fire Commissioner for Alberta. What brought you back to the valley? I would visit once a year and every time I came down the hill, I said, �I’m home.� I came back in 1993. What did you like about mining? I liked the money, and the temperature in the winter. How do you keep busy now? Doing tours at the Atlas Coal Mine, training staff and maintenance. I am also a poker player.

What do you like about doing this? It is a part of my heritage and I would hate to lose it. Drumheller was built on mining. Someone has to keep it up. Over the years what is something that Drumheller has lost? The character. There were robust rowdy crowds. Some were fighting, but most were laughing and having a good time. Now the streets are empty at night. What have we gained? We have gained a great tourism industry. How many times were you kicked out of Fanny’s? Never! I used to drive guys down there, they would save a taxi fare, and have more to spend. She liked me, I used to drink her personal scotch, I wouldn’t drink her rot gut rye though. Final words of wisdom? Get a trade.

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There is a full schedule of events for the area’s May Day Miners’ Festival to honour those who went underground to mine the area’s coal. The 4th Annual event remembering the valley’s mining history is a group effort between a number of different organizations in town. Events for the weekend start off Friday night with East Coulee Springfest at three East Coulee locations - the Hotel,

School Museum, and Community Hall. “May Day historically was something that was very important to the coal mining families, especially back in the coal mining boom in the 20s and 30s,” explains Atlas Coal Mine Interim Manager Jay Russell. He said the traditional May Day was more serious, with thousands of people marching in the parade to support the miners. “We wanted to bring May Day back, but in Drumheller style. It is

a family friendly event and an opportunity for our mine families to take part.” The Atlas is hosting a reception at the Miners’ Memorial this year on Sunday afternoon at 1:30, with light refreshments. The Rosebud Men’s Choir will be performing at the memorial. Jen Balderston, Visitor Services Manager of Atlas Coal Mine said it’s important Drumheller celebrates its coal mining heritage. “...We’re carrying the history forward to say that not only is the history not dead in the valley, but that we remember their cause and we are just as excited about it as they are.” “I think it’s just important to remind the mine families as well as the local families that that’s an important part of our

past.” “We want to keep that alive in the future.” Balderston said there was a great turnout to the memorial last year, and they’ve had quite a few mining families, involving all generations, confirm their attendance. The event wraps up with Kjel Erickson in concert at the Badlands Community Facility. Five young ladies will be guest performers at the concert, practicing their musical numbers for the provincial competition in Edmonton in May. A full schedule of May Day Miners’ Festival events is available at www.atlascoalmine., and click on the underlined text “Download a complete schedule here” beneath the black and white Miners’ Parade photo.

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Marchers representing the area’s mining families participate in the 2013 May Day Parade in downtown Drumheller. The May Day Miners’ Festival this year will instead have a ceremony at the Miner’s Memorial beside Town Hall on Sunday, May 4 at 1:30 p.m, with the Rosebud Mens’ Choir performing. file photo by Patrick Kolafa



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about 4 will fit. Don’t cut right through to the stem. Now make another row the same way and continue to the top of the strawberry. I slit the top piece about 1/4 inch down. Use the knife to pull the cuts away from the centre. You can serve this with some chocolate sauce to dip them in. I used a salted caramel dark chocolate blend with mine. I’m sure the recipient will enjoy this special bouquet as much as you will enjoy creating it!

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Legacy Fund supports Rowley Hall The World’s Largest Dinosaur Legacy Fund contributes $3,000 to the Rowley Community Hall Association. Accepting on behalf of the Hall Association is Treasurer Doug Hampton, left, presented by the Drumheller and District Chamber of Com-

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The World’s Largest Dinosaur Legacy Fund contributed $1,365 to the Drumheller and District Ag Society mid-April this year. Shown accepting on behalf of the society are left, Treasurer Howard McKee and centre, President Bryan Telford. Presenting the funds on behalf of the Drumheller

The Rotary Club of Drumheller would like to thank

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Gord Van Kannel of the Drumheller Co-op;

Bob Davidson of Top Waste; Tammi from the Town of Drumheller; Shauna Jensen from the Farmers’ Market; members of the Drumheller Grace House; members of the Drumheller Tim Horton’s Terrapins, Senior Titans, Bantam Titans and parents from the Drumheller Community Football Association for helping with pick ups.

Wednesday, May 7 7:00 p.m.

A special thank you to Paul Huculak for the generous donation of a 1996 Lincoln that was sold at a Silent Auction.

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Also, the committee for the 2014 White Elephant Sale would like to acknowledge Rotarians, family, friends and volunteers who donated countless hours to help make this event the most successful ever held.


Vision Young people contribute to, and flourish in, safe, caring communities. Mission Drumheller Youth Justice Society engages communities with the strengths and possibilities of young people to lead them away from crime.

And lastly to the wonderful people of Drumheller who donated their goods and to the hundreds of people who came to purchase these goods. The 50-50 Draw was won by Tim Jorgensen, ticket # 243975 for the amount of $715.00.

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ity that, you the member, can be proud to have in your community.” The grand reopening of the Co-op Home and Agro Centre is May 1-4. It was a good year for the Drumheller Co-op as it boasts While, the mall continues to be a challenge with a numsales of more than $42 million. ber of vacancies, Van Kannel said the Co-op undertook The Drumheller Co-op held its 52nd Annual General an aggressive marketing campaign to solicit new tenants, Meeting on Thursday, April 24. Last year the Co-op had and was able to secure one. They are continuing to look at sales of $42,474,026, and the board has approved a panew ways to attract new tenants. The Co-op has cleaned tronage allocation of $1,132,126. Of this, it is paying out up some of the space and has discussed a 25 per cent allocation of ideas on how to reconfi gure some of $260,985 cash to members. the space to make it more attractive to Over all, the growth in potential renters. sales at the Co-op came Another success for the Co-op is largely from the non-foods its ability to continue to give back to division. General Manager the community. This year its till tape Gordon Van Kannel said the program gave many community orCo-op had strong fuel sales, ganizations a boost, donating $24,536 as did the hardware and through the program. It also contribagricultural products diviuted another $9,741 through it’s Co-op sions, totaling $35.7 mil- Drumheller Co-op had more than $42 million in sales Gift Card program. lion. In the food division, in 2013 and the board has approved a patronage alThere was one resolution presented while sales fell by $223,451, location of $1,132,126. at the Annual General Meeting. This inSide photo by Patrick Kolafa they still come in at over was to change the board purchase re$6.7 million. quirement and it passed. This means It has been a busy year for a member to be eligible to run for for the Co-op as it completed an interior renovation and the Co-op Board of Directors, they are required to have modernization of its Home and Agro Centre. This inspent $2,500 over the previous year. Before the requirecluded a redistribution of its existing space for more sales ment was for $5,000. floor and completed remerchandising of the facility. The board currently has one vacancy. Richard Faulter “The amount of work that was completed this past year completed his term on the board, and Lloyd Marshman, was incredible,” said Van Kannel in his report. “Our staff who was appointed to the board earlier this year, was forhad a huge role to play in bringing this project to where it mally nominated and elected to the board. is. For that, I sincerely want to thank them. This is a facilPatrick Kolafa | inSide Drumheller

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Kids Corner

Horoscopes ARIES - Mar 21/Apr 20 Interaction with an elder is something to cherish this week, Aries. Listen closely to the good advice you are offered, as it will pay dividends down the road. TAURUS - Apr 21/May 21 Taurus, a new coworker may come to you with questions. This is your opportunity to serve as a mentor and use your experience to help the next generation. GEMINI - May 22/Jun 21 Gemini, you are intent on purchasing an expensive item sometime this week, but make sure it can be returned. Hold on to the receipt and carefully survey your finances.

Word Scramble Rearrange the letters to spell something pertaining to decorating. 1. Comic actor Wilson 5. Dermatitis 11. Agriculture 14. Flyer 15. Assent 18. S S S 19. Capital of Zimbabwe 21. Gas usage measurement 23. False god 24. About some Norse poems 28. Am. steam engineer James 29. “If” singer’s initials 30. Sound unit 32. Envisage 33. Help 35. Payment (abbr.) 36. Abbr. for British postal 39. Ring 41. NCIS star’s intials 42. Unstressed-stressed 44. A supporting stalk 46. Indigo plant 47. Not or 49. Genus syringa shrubs 52. 14th C. 78 card game 56. Classical music form 58. Language of Andorra 60. Seasonal planting changes 62. Hatched insect form 63. Sound unit CLUES DOWN 1. Federal home mortgage dept. 2. Have great affection for 3. Goddess of the

rainbow 4. Pesetas (abbr.) 5. Species of interbreeding ecotypes 6. A base person 7. Polish monetary unit (abbr.) 8. 7th Greek letter 9. A lot 10. Blood clam genus 12. A single article 13. Suggests the supernatural 16. Male parents 17. Fall into ruin 20. Other 22. “Beetle Juice” actress initials 25. Female NASCAR driver’s initials 26. Indicated horsepower (abbr.) 27. Describe a sporting event 29. Semi-liquid infant food 31. Last in an indefinite series 34. Former Cowboy __ Nguyen 36. Iranian monetary unit 37. A genus of edentates 38. Perennial mountain rice 40. Atomic #3 43. White (French) 45. Daddy 48. Organized information 50. Astronomer Sagan 51. Greek portico 53. Rodents 54. Beastie Boys EP “Aglio e __” 55. K particle

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CANCER - Jun 22/Jul 22 It is time to get out of a rut, Cancer. Explore a new fashion choice or dine on a different type of ethnic food. The idea is to step out of your comfort zone. LEO - Jul 23/Aug 23 Leo, thoughts of returning to school may have floated around in your mind in the past. This week you are energized to investigate your educational options. VIRGO - Aug 24/Sept 22 Your creativity is on display this week, Virgo. You have ideas, and you need to put your thoughts in motion, whether through an art project or entrepreneurial venture. LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23 Your ability to compromise is a big asset in the workplace, Libra. This alone can propel your career to new heights. You’ll take a few steps in the right direction this week. SCORPIO - Oct 24/Nov 22 Your ability to stay informed helps you to feel in touch with your surroundings, Scorpio. You will enjoy socializing with friends this week and may host a gathering.. SAGITTARIUS - Nov 23/Dec 21 Do your best to turn a negative into a positive, Sagittarius. It may require a little creative thinking to pull this off, but you are up to the task. Start by smiling more often. CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan 20 Family matters will fare better this week than business matters, Capricorn. Focus more of your energy on your home life than happenings at the office that are beyond your control. AQUARIUS - Jan 21/Feb 18 Aquarius, pay attention to all of the little details this week. If you can keep your eyes open, you may find new opportunities coming your way in the next few days. PISCES - Feb 19/Mar 20 Pisces, don’t let your emotions get the best of you when making an important decision this week. Let logic reign.

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East Coulee SpringFest Schedule Friday, May 2 7:00 PM 7:30 PM 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10.30 PM 11:00 PM




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There will be a free shuttle bus to take festival goers from Drumheller out to the East Coulee Springfest and back. The Dekeysers are providing a 20 passenger bus to shuttle Springfest attendees. The bus can be recognized by its lettering, “Dinosaur RV Park Shuttle & Tour Bus”. Pick up and drop off in Drumheller is at the Quality Inn and the Heartwood Inn. The East Coulee bus stop is located at the Community Hall. On Friday night, the bus leaves Drumheller at 5:30 and 6:30 p.m., returning at 11:30 p.m. and 12:30 a.m. On Saturday. the bus runs on the half hour starting at 11:30 a.m. out to East Coulee, and on the hour back to Drumheller. The bus will be available until after midnight on Saturday. East Coulee Springfest runs Friday, May 2 and Saturday, May 3. The annual fundraiser for the East Coulee School Museum has forty-plus groups performing among four stages this year.


Saturday, May 3 12:00 PM 12:30 PM 1:00 PM 1:30 PM 2:00 PM 2:30 PM 3:00 PM 3:30 PM 4:00 PM 4:30 PM 5:00 PM 5:30 PM 6:00 PM 6:30 PM 7:00 PM 7:30 PM 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM





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You could be a perfect match for DinoFest! are needed that morning to help pick up and set up chairs for A Taste of Drumheller. Volunteers are needed for the information booth - which includes speciďŹ c information for the public on DinoFest and volunteer intake and registration the Pancake Breakfast, KidZone and security. “One of the diďŹƒcult things we have is ďŹ nding onsite security for midnight to 7 a.m. for Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday night,â€? said Keibel.

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Area residents wanting to be a part of local events without the lengthy commitment could ďŹ nd their match volunteering for this year’s DinoFest. A volunteer for DinoFest from June 13 through June 15 could put in a short shift and still be home in time to update Facebook before dinner. Angela Keibel of the Drumheller Festival Society said volunteer shifts are kept to a four hour block. “We keep the volunteer shifts short so it’s not onerous for the volunteers, and they can enjoy the DinoFest and have fun.â€? Feel good, have some fun, and receive a free t-shirt for volunteering. DinoFest starts on Friday the 13th, and volunteers


There will be an R.V. available for security to use while they are not patrolling the site, she adds. She said ideally, DinoFest would like two people to cover those security shifts. There is a volunteer application to download from the DinoFest website at www.drumhellerdinofest. com, under the heading “Contact.� For more information, please email Angela at or call her at (403) 334-2365. DinoFest events will be held at the Badlands Community Facility, Spray Park, Centre Street, and there will be other events held throughout town.


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inSide Drumheller May 2, 2014  

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