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McHappy Day surpasses expectations Wednesday, May 5 was McHappy Day and Drumheller came out in full force to support Ronald McDonald House Alberta and the St. Anthony’s School Playground Project. (back; l-r) Corporal Kevin Charles, Paul Salvatore of the Town of Drumheller and Constable Tina Goski all participated in McHappy Day making it a brighter day for two and half year old Kael Ryan, front, and the children’s charities the event supports. See story on page 3.
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Sunday is Mother’s Day, a time to honour mothers and motherhood, and to spoil your mother. inSide Drumheller asked “What is the best piece of advice your mother has given you?”
Paul Salvatore “‘Believe in yourself and be a positive person’, advice I try to follow everyday.”
Crystal Gouy “‘Do what makes you happy,’ and I do!”
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Guides celebrate 100 years Patrick Kolafa | inSide Drumheller
In less than two weeks more than 400 Sparks, Brownies, Guides, Path Finders, Rangers and volunteers will be converging on the valley to mark 100 years of Girl Guiding in Canada. Drumheller is one of 11 other sites in Alberta hosting a rally to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Guiding in Canada on Saturday, May 15. Spark leader Donna Thompson, who, along with Noella Brisebois, is helping to organize the event, is excited. “It has been an awesome challenge,” she said. "I am so looking forward to being a part of this celebration. 100 years and still going strong." The Guiding movement began in 1909 when a troop of girls came to a enormous Boy Scout rally. They spoke to Lord Baden-Powell asking him to allow girls to be Scouts. This impressed him, and his sister Agnes Baden-Powell began building the program. By 1910, the movement has spread to Canada, and by 1912, there were units in every province. On Saturday, May 15 girls involved in guiding from High River, Calgary, Chestermere, Strathmore, Airdrie, Drumheller and Hanna will be taking part in the celebration from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Drumheller and District Stampede and Ag Society. Thompson said they have all kinds of activities planned. Following an opening ceremony, there will be stations with all kinds of learning activities, both indoors and outdoors. They will also be holding a food drive and campﬁre activities. Thompson said the older girls will be heading to downtown Drumheller, and one of the activities is to paint one of the dinosaurs together. They will be assisted by Trish Parker of Communities in Bloom. They will also participate in a walking scavenger hunt throughout downtown Drumheller before returning for closing ceremonies.
Girl Guides in Drumheller are getting ready to host a rally to celebrate the 100th year of Guiding
Thompson explains they committed to hosting the celebration before Christmas and have been planning ever since. “We were so thrilled to say we would host it,” said Thompson. She is proud to be part of one the world's largest allfemale organizations and sees the program as ﬁlling a worthwhile role in the lives of young girls. “It’s about teaching girls who they are and where they want to go,” said Thompson. “We give to them so they can progress throughout their lifetime.” She says it is rewarding to see the young adults the girls have progressed into becoming. “It’s an honour to be part of it,” said Thompson. Correction In the Friday, April 30 issue of inSide Drumheller, it was reported that Steak Night was to be held at Stavros on Friday, April 30 when, in fact, Steak Night is held at Sandstone Lanes in Drumheller on the last Friday of every month from 5 pm to 8 pm complete with entertainment. We apologize for any confusion this may have caused our readers.
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McHappy Day warms spirits on chilly May day in Drumheller Patrick Kolafa | inSide Drumheller
The wintery blast from Mother Nature couldn’t stop the support Drumheller residents showed for McHappy Day on Wednesday, May 5. From opening to close, a steady stream of customers graced both Drumheller McDonald’s locations supporting the cause. In all, Drumheller’s McHappy Day raised $5,100. This was up almost $1,500 over last year’s total. This year McHappy Day in Drumheller beneﬁtted Ronald McDonald House of Alberta and the St. Anthony’s School Playground fund. “It’s a great community we live in, and we love the fact that people come out and support these causes,” said Ed Mah, owner of Drumheller
McDonald’s. “We’ve had a great turnout.” To raise funds for the charities, McDonald’s donated $1 from each McMuﬃn, Big Mac or Happy Meal sold to the cause. They were also selling a variety of merchandise including golf balls, pins and ﬂying discs to supportive customers. New this year was a raﬄe for a complete NHL 2008-2009 hockey card set, framed and mounted. Mah said he was looking forward to drawing the winning entry, noting he purchased a number of tickets for the souvenir. Alas it was
Winnifred Sarah Hunter passed away in Drumheller, Alberta on Wednesday, the 5th of May, 2010 at the age of 93. She will be sadly missed by her family and friends. Winnie married George Bryson Hunter and together reared a family of nine children in Drumheller. She was well known for her quick wit, bluenose expressions, sense of humour, spirited manner and capacity to enjoy life. She was born in Drumheller on March 28, 1917 to the late William Everett and Winnifred Rachel Clarke. She was educated in the Nose Hills area, Midlandvale and Drumheller. She obtained a diploma in beauty culture and practiced in Drumheller in her younger years and taught kindergarten in her later years. Winnie was a member of the Knox United Church and Unit 8 UCW and a member of the lively volunteer hairdressers who served the Sunshine Lodge and Auxillary Hospital for 24 years. She served as matron for the RCMP and also was a chaperone at the Composite High School dormitory. Winnie was predeceased by her husband George Bryson in 1992; daughter Darlene; sons Alexander (Ruth) and Tomas. She is survived by her children: Margaret (Albert) Barrie of Drumheller; Bill (Lorraine) of Calgary; Grace Hanson of Brooks; Jeanne Safronovich (Steve) of Brooks, Carol Hunter of Calgary; Jim (Sharron) of Port Moody B.C. and daughter-in-law Ruth (Alex) of Calgary. Winnie was the last surviving member of the original Clarke family. She was predeceased by her sisters Mary McIntyre (Ian) of Drumheller and Gladys Guse (Dave) of Coronation; and brothers, Don (Anne Gammie) of Drumheller, Howard (Doris) of Red Deer and Lloyd (Elaine) of Calgary. She was predeceased by sisters-in-law, Millie Mitchell of Calgary and Lucy Clarke of Stettler and survived by sisters-in-law, Pat (Effie) Vansen of Drumheller, Florence Hunter of Edmonton and Doris Clarke of U.S.A. Left to carry on Winnie’s legacy are 25 grandchildren, 40 great-grandchildren and 5 great-great-grandchildren. Services to be held at Knox United Church in Drumheller at 2:00 pm on Wednesday, May 12, 2010. No flowers please. As a memorial to this valley crocus; kindly consider a donation to your favourite Drumheller charity. Condolences may be forwarded to info@ courtneywintersfuneralhome.ca Phone: 403-823-2666.
Principal Tim Gregorash take a shift at the drive-through. “There was so much support, it was almost overwhelming,” said owner Brandi Schneider, noting the weather may have played a role in a bit slower traﬃc this year. However the pre-sale of raﬄe tickets and other merchandise did
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not to be, as Jackie Baker held the winning ticket. Along with support from the customers, McDonald’s typically invites well-known residents to help out on the day by donning a McDonald’s apron and selling some of the charity items. There was a strong contingent from the Drumheller RCMP, The Drumheller Dragons and numerous other valley businesses and organizations. As one of the causes was St. Anthony’s School playground, it was only ﬁtting to have
A local customer has taken the Town of Drumheller to the Alberta Utilities Commission to appeal water and sewer rate charges. InSide Drumheller has received a Notice of Hearing from the commission outlining the reason for the hearing and inviting others with an opinion about the case to submit a statement of intent to participate in a hearing slated for June 22. “The applicant has indicated that the rate charged for water and sewer to the applicant since January 2010 pursuant to the Town of Drumheller bylaws, including Bylaw 07-10 have been improperly imposed and are discriminatory,” states the notice.
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Cenovus took some time on Thursday, May 6, to recognize local service companies with its annual Safety and Stewardship Awards. This presentation took place at the Drumheller Inn following a luncheon, and it was the ﬁrst time the awards
have been presented in Drumheller. It is also the ﬁrst time the awards have been given under the Cenovus name. The company has proﬁled the safety and environmental achievements of oil and gas service ﬁrms in southern Alberta since 2006. Award winners are nomi-
(l-r) Paul Jackson of the STARS Foundation and Dennis Bouchard of Bouchard Well Service Ltd. accepted a donation of $5,000 from Everett Alderdice of Cenovus. The funds were generated by Bouchard Well Service Ltd. being awarded a Safety and Environmental Stewardship Award.
(l-r) Bill Phillips and Matt Schmitz of Ensign Champion Drilling and Drumheller Fire Chief Bill Bachynski received a donation of $5,000 from Dale Woloschen of Cenovus. The funds were generated by Ensign Champion Drilling being awarded a Safety and Environmental Stewardship Award.
(l-r) Cliff Deitz from the Drumheller Heart to Heart Society, Misty Tabert of Strad Compression and Production Services received a donation of $5,000 from Greg Benzon of Cenovus. The funds were generated by Strad Compression and Production Services being awarded a Safety and Environmental Stewardship Award.
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St. Anthony’s School celebrated 50 years of history and the promise of the future last weekend. This year marks a half century of Catholic education in Drumheller, and the school body, along with hundreds in the community that have been involved with the school celebrated all weekend. On Friday afternoon the school hosted a mass, followed by a family barbecue. All kinds of festivities took place including face painting, a performance by the Russell Brothers, and dozens of displays showing oﬀ the artistic and scholastic achievements of the students, as well as the living history of the school. Sue Backs, vice chair of the school council, said she was overwhelmed by the generosity of the community supporting these events. At the barbecue, they unveiled two cakes: one with the present school and one with an image of the future school that is slated to be completed in 2011. The party didn’t stop. On Saturday evening the school hosted a dinner and dance. The Drive by Shout Outs entertained the approximately 110 that came out for the
event. Backs said there were students from as far back as the ﬁrst class at the school, faculty and representation Christ the Redeemer School Division. In fact, the current school division board chair Vijay Domingo, who was in attendance, was a former St. Anthony’s student. The celebration didn’t end on Saturday night, as Sun-
day morning the Knights of Columbus hosted a pancake breakfast and Backs tells inSide Drumheller it was very well attended. Backs said the weekend of festivities outlines the importance of the school, not only the students that have studied at the institution, but the whole community.
St. Anthony’s School principal Tim Gregorash, left, and Father Mario Basque cut two cakes: one with the image of the current St. Anthony’s School and the other with the image of the new school being built on North Dinosaur Trail. The school celebrated its 50th anniversary last weekend. inSide photo by Patrick Kolafa
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May is the month of author visits at The Drumheller Public Library. They are hosting three visits, on May 8, 11, and 18. The ﬁrst one is with Mr Gem Munro, author of South Asian Adventures with the Active Poor and who has made numerous TV and radio appearances. He will be presenting in the AV room at 2:00 p.m, on Saturday, May 8, 2010. The book, the author’s second, is a collection of true short stories, centered around the lives of Bangladeshi mothers he and his family came to know well while living in that South Asian country. They founded the Amarok Society (AS), a registered Canadian charity providing education programs to the extremely poor in South Asia. The programs help with the problem of over 70 million children worldwide too poor for school by teaching their mothers to be neighbourhood teachers. The author will be available to interview and will talk about his experiences through the Amarok Society. Some of the insights he will share with the public will be how they successfully gained access to dangerous slums normally closed to outsiders, where he was adopted by the Queen of Beggars as her father, and how women from
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Buffalo Burgers / Beef Burgers Light Lunches & Desserts A pint-sized fan listens to the music of the Russell Brothers at a family barbecue held on Friday, April 30, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of St. Anthony’s School. inSide photo by Patrick Kolafa
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DRUMHELLER AREA NIGHTLIFE Friday, May 7, Drumheller: Munson Community Association presents Ben Crane. Stampede Barn. For tickets contact Becky 403-823-9264 or Dave 403-823-9371. Saturday, May 8, Rosedale: The Rotary Club of Drumheller invites you to attend Celebration of Excellence 2010. Cocktails: 6 pm; Dinner & Awards 7 pm. Tickets available by calling Tracy Kakuk at 403-823-5544. Saturday, May 8, Rosedale: Kash Karaoke Contest at Outlaw’s Saloon. Monday, May 10, Drumheller: After 5 Club presents Spring Fashion Show by SJ Fashions. Fred & Barney’s Restaurant, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. $15.00 buffet. Reservations essential 403-572-3660. Guest speaker - Diane Laubenstein; Music by Trisha Lewandowski. All ladies welcome. Friday, May 14, Drumheller: Benefit Supper and Entertainment. Church of the Nazarene, 5:30 p.m. Help Michelle Picke on her volunteer mission to Zambia. Saturday, May 15, Rosedale: Drumheller Dance Society will be holding a supper at 6:00 p.m. at the Rosedale Hall. Dance to the tunes of Yester Year. More information call Helen 403-823-8359 or Lee 403-823-5643. Saturday, May 15, Drumheller: Elvis (feat. James Schewe) Hawaiian Night, beginning at 6 pm. Hawaiian buffet, Hawaiian concert. One night only at The Old Grouch’s, 87 Bridge Street. Tickets available, phone 403-823-5755. Tuesday Evenings, East Coulee: Bingo at 7:30 p.m. Community Hall. Thursday Evenings, Rockyford: Rockyford Horse Club. Riders of all ages welcome. Contact Dani 403-901-5938; Dixie 403-361-0149 or Karen 403934-3169 for more info. 18L
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Artist’s work to brighten DCHS halls has been displayed throughout the valley and Western Canada. Bjerland's work appears in the Alberta Foundation of the Arts Collection as well as private collections. In 2007, the couple founded WB Studios and both produce ceramics,
sculptures, landscapes and abstracts. She is the local Artsparks coordinator. She said to have her work displayed in DCHS is ﬁtting for the school. “The school is really supportive of the arts with theatre, sculpture and visual mediums," Bjerland said.
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A Drumheller artist has made a generous donation to the Drumheller Composite High School (DCHS) to warm the halls after the construction is complete. Leila Bjerland has donated a work called River Gold, based on a view of the Red Deer River to be hung in the school once it re-opens. “I’ve had two children go through the school, and right now the younger one is in Grade 7,” said Bjerland. “I thought it would be nice to add something to the school.” She adds, the education her family has received from DCHS has been high quality.
She proposed an oﬀer to donate one of her works, and the staﬀ at the school selected River Gold from her website. River Gold, created in 2005, is an oil painting of the river surrounded by the warm golden colours of the valley. “The painting is of the river from the trail from Nacmine to Drumheller, when you look across,” she said. “It symbolizes Drumheller.” She adds, the colours are reﬂective of the school’s colours. Bjerland has had a prosperous career in the arts, graduating from Red Deer College in 1990 with a Fine Arts diploma, majoring in painting and ceramics. She and her husband, Dan Wiebe, came to the valley in 1994. Her work
Baby shower for Jesus helps Growing Opportunities To help Growing Opportunities (GO) in their support for pregnant women, St. Anthony’s Catholic Women’s League (CWL) organized their 2nd annual ‘Baby Shower for Jesus’ event. Residents from as far as Rowley and Rumsey generously came to drop off gifts and clothing items for newborns that the CWL donated to Growing Opportunities, based at the Drumheller Health Centre. GO offers a free and confidential service to assist pregnant women in need with all the care and nutritional advice they may need. The gifts are given as an incentive to women who breast feed for the first month, as it provides the best nutritional care for babies and many benefits for both mom and child. In the photo with all the gifts collected are (l-r) Lenore Cherniwchan, Registered Nurse and Maggie Kheong, support worker from Growing Opportunities, with Sharon Doyle, president of the CWL and Mary Miller, CWL member. inSide photo by Pascale Taylor
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Horoscopes ARIES – Mar 21/Apr 20 There are many things on your mind, Aries, but you have to put them aside and focus on only one thing at a time. It is easier said than done, unfortunately.
SAGITTARIUS – Nov 23/Dec 21 You want to be everyone’s friend, Sagittarius, but sometimes you have to be content with others just not warming up to you. It’s not a reflection on anything you have done.
TAURUS – Apr 21/May 21 Even though you probably don’t want to, you have to give a little on a situation that has cropped up in the last few days, Taurus. Now is not the time to be stubborn.
CAPRICORN – Dec 22/Jan 20 If you can’t put your finger on what is wrong, Capricorn, how are you going to come up with a solution? Virgo provides a word of advice that you’re not apt to take.
GEMINI – May 22/Jun 21 The silent treatment may not be the way to go this week, Gemini. Let your voice be heard and share your opinions with whomever wants to hear what you have to say.
AQUARIUS – Jan 21/Feb 18 Trouble at home is alleviated with a simple solution, Aquarius. You know the answers — now is the time to stop getting cold feet. The finances are there ... now move!
CANCER – Jun 22/Jul 22 You may have bit off more than you can chew, Cancer. Now the challenge is how to let others know you need some help without looking like you made a mistake.
PISCES – Feb 19/Mar 20 With a lot of things up in the air, Pisces, you tend to feel frazzled this week. A friend is the glue that brings it all together.
LEO – Jul 23/Aug 23 Your bubbly personality will win over even the toughest critics, Leo. Use it to your advantage this week when you need to rally support for your cause.
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VIRGO – Aug 24/Sept 22 Others are apprehensive to be around you this week, Virgo. You have been giving off aggressive vibes that don’t bode well for fostering friendships. LIBRA – Sept 23/Oct 23 If you don’t slow down you’re going to rush right past the thing you’ve been seeking, Libra. The phrase, “stop and smell the roses,” certainly applies to you. SCORPIO – Oct 24/Nov 22 With your eye on the prize you will do everything in your power to reach it, Scorpio. However, will the end result be worth the trouble it took to get there?
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Volunteers from throughout Central Alberta, including Olds, Didsbury, Carstairs, Sundre, Cremona, Linden, Three Hills and Red Deer business communities, will give their time to deliver Junior Achievement’s Economics of Staying in School (ESIS) program to 21 classes of Grade 9 students over the two days. Junior Achievement’s ESIS: Economics for Success seminar is a full day voyage of selfdiscovery. Through a variety of interactive activities, students look into the future to discover there are some very real personal and economic consequences to the choices they make now about their schooling. Volunteers will share their personal experiences with the Grade 9 students. Using a variety of hands-on learning activities and discussion groups, these highly-charged JA volunteers will lead the students through the key components of ESIS: Success, Independence, Employability and Futures. Students will leave at the end of the day with the message that the longer they stay in school, the greater the opportunity to develop the skills, knowledge and attitudes required to achieve success in their career. They will learn ﬁrst-hand that as their future continues to unfold, education and commitment to lifelong learning are the secret ingredients in the recipe for success.
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N Name: Sherry Gouy Job: Senior Associate J Employer: 7-11 E What do you like about your job? All W tthe people that you get to meet, and the ttourists with their stories. It is just a good place to be around - everybody there is p happy. h How long have you lived here? We used H tto live in Olds, and moved to Drumheller iin 1989 but we have had a farm in Carbon ssince 1973. What brought you to Drumheller? The W kids' schooling. What do you like best about Drumheller? The people - they are always willing to help you out any way they can. I lost
my daughter through a car accident and the whole community in the valley and in Carbon were so caring and helped any way they could. If there were one thing you could change about Drumheller, what would it be? We need a Tim Horton’s! If you could live anywhere in the world, where would you live? It’d have to be somewhere nice and warm. Have you ever taken a life-changing decision? My husband and I had to take the decision to shut oﬀ our daughter’s life support machine. I hope to never have to make that decision again. What do you do in your spare time? I like to read and look after my house. Your life’s best achievement? My kids. What are your strengths? I am a perfectionist, so I like things to be done right. Any weaknesses? I am perfectionist, so
I get stressed easily if things aren’t done properly! Three words that best describe you? Caring, helpful and perfectionist! What makes you happy? When everything is going right and you know your kids are safe and the family is happy. If you were granted three wishes from an angel or genie, what would they be? No more drunk drivers on the road, to bring my daughter back and to have unlimited wishes! If you could have one super power what would it be? To ﬁnd a fountain of youth. If you could travel back in time and meet yourself as a 10 year-old kid, what advice would you give yourself? To stay strong. Words to live by? Do what makes you happy!
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Cards of Thanks The Bouchie Family would like to thank everyone for coming out to the Funny Money Casino Fundraiser and thanks to those who donated cash and silent auction items. Also, a big thank you to the organizers and Double D Catering for making the evening a big success. 18p
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Time to showcase those beautiful yards
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My house, as do all houses at one time or another, takes on unpleasant odours from time to time due to various causes, pets, over ripe fruit or cooking. One example is when Pop is frying fish, or when he puts together his particular brand of bouillabaisse or fish stew. It permeates the whole house, and I am not too fond of it. I don’t mind the bouillabaisse itself, but I don’t care for the strong fishy odour when being prepared. What to do? Air fresheners are not the answer because they don’t really freshen the air, they merely mask the odour with a pine or floral scent that is temporary. What then? I have seen ads on T.V. for a product called “Febreze”. According to the hype, this seemed to be just what I was looking for, as it didn’t just mask the odours, but removed them. That’s for me. I went out and bought a big bottle for the next time I needed it. Well, come Friday and Pop had to have his fish dinner. I had gone out for dinner, but upon my return later in the evening, I knew exactly what had been on the menu. This was my chance to put “Febreze” to the test. I got out the bottle, aimed it into the kitchen and squeezed off a few shots. I waited a few seconds and then stuck my nose in for a whiff. I was dismayed and angry. Despite all the advertising hype about removing odours, I found that I had merely traded one odour I didn’t like for another. I must add that the latter was more stifling than the former. “Febreze”, just another perfume laced spray, a hoax, a sham, a fraud, a great disappointment.
Have you seen a garden that has caught your attention in the valley and captivated you by its beauty or interesting features? Or are you a keen gardener who has done wonders with your yard? If so, Communities in Bloom, the Badlands Community Gardens Society or the Garden Club want to hear from you. They are organizing a Garden Tour in the valley and are inviting nominations from residents of interesting, artistic, creative, unusual or simply beautiful gardens.
"It was really neat to see other people's ideas and what people had done with their yards."
a little spicy but always welcome
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Parochial (narrow of thought), moralistic (knowing the difference between right and wrong), racist (prejudice for certain races), homophobic (literally, fear of man), autocratic (government with absolute authority), cranky old men. I wrote all of the above, and their meanings because this is how we (Albertans) were described by a pollster who works indirectly for the CBC, in his strategy advice to the Liberal Party. Surprised? Don’t be. This fellow suggests that the Liberals can regain power by starting up a regional “culture war”, intimating that Albertans have no culture worth mentioning. I suggest that this is a fine example of an Eastern Liberal sympathizer, and the CBC showing their true colours. It reveals an enmity toward Alberta which most Albertans do not even harbor toward Quebec (which at times is certainly deserving). One can only wonder what dastardly thing we might have done to engender such hospitality. This elitist war monger still has the outdated belief that Alberta is nothing more than a jerkwater, the meaning of which is insignificant, literally. He would soon realize Alberta’s insignificance when the cash equalization payment pipeline, containing billions of petrodollars, is suddenly shut off, or when the resource responsible for all those billions, no longer flows to Eastern Canada, and to paraphrase a former premier, the bastards freeze in the dark. May the Liberals never in my lifetime regain 18L power!!
Chris Marion, from Community Gardens, suggested the idea as she participated in Garden Tours in White Horse, where she used to live. “They were excellent fun. It was really neat to see other people’s ideas and what people had done with their yards, especially in White Horse, where growing conditions were really challenging.” The day promises to be funﬁlled. Maps showing the location of the gardens on show will be available for pick-up from the Heartwood Inn from 9 a.m. on the morning of the tour. From there, people can visit
thought Lori Stefanishion inSide Drumheller Food Columnist Cinco de Mayo was this week, so I thought this would be a fitting recipe in celebration of this occasion. I have always been a fan of layered salads as they are most appealing to serve in a deep, clear bowl. My taco salads were always tossed with everything mixed together. I think this is a nice take on the basic served in a taco bowl which you can usually find taco salad, quite lovely to serve company. in the produce or ethnic area of the grocery store. *some people like Thousand Island dressing with Layered Taco Salad Taco Salad - you could serve that on the side as well. 1 lb. ground beef 2/3 cups water Have a blessed day 1 envelope taco seasoning and remember to be a blessing... 2 medium ripe avocados, peeled and pitted 2 Tbsp. finely chopped red onion 3 garlic cloves, minced 1 tsp. lemon juice 4 cups shredded lettuce 1 two-ounce can sliced ripe olives, drained 2 medium tomatoes, chopped 1 small cucumber, peeled and chopped 5 green onions, chopped 2 cups shredded cheddar 1 cup salsa 2 cups sour cream Tortilla chips Cook beef until no longer pink. Drain. Stir in water and taco seasoning. Boil and stir 2 mins. Cool slightly. Mash avocado with onion, garlic and lemon. In 3 quart glass bowl layer beef, then remaining ingredients in order given. Serve at once with chips - either on the side or 18b crushed over the salad to mix in. This is also nice
Communities in Bloom, the Badlands Community Gardens Society and the Garden Club are asking for nominations from residents of beautiful gardens in the valley to enter in the Garden Tour they are organizing on Saturday, July 24. The photo gives a preview of CIB chair, Trish Parker’s garden. photo submitted
the gardens they are interested in, in their own time, and speak with the garden owners who will show their gardens and be on hand to answer any questions, exchange ideas and even gardening tips. The tour will take place on Saturday, July 24 and nominations must be received by Sunday, June 20.
1st and 2nd places for the best gardens of the tour will be voted on by the participants. For more info... Contacts for nomination forms: Chris at 403-823-6930 or Trish at 403-823-0129. Or visit badlandsgardens.ca.
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Titans tackle spring training camp While it is barely spring, the boys who occupy the gridiron in the fall are already practicing. The senior Titans Spring Camp opened this week, and next week the bantam team will be hitting the ﬁeld. It will be an exciting season for both teams as the seniors are planning a trip to San Diego, and the bantams are welcoming back a strong core of players. On Monday, May 10 at 4
p.m. at the Drumheller football ﬁeld, prospective bantam players will be registering, and on Tuesday, practice begins. Coach of the bantam team Paul Redmond said he has identiﬁed about 15 players coming back to the squad and a strong ﬁeld of new players coming on. “We have more coming back as opposed to last year,” said Redmond. He said while typically he has about 24-30 players come out, he can accommodate up
to 35. “When you get any more than that, it starts cutting into playing time a little bit,” he said. “Like always, we prefer to improve them as players, as opposed to cutting them.” In the Titans’ short history, it has had a lasting impact on the community, and on the players that have hit the ﬁeld for the team. Redmond says football teaches life lessons.
Players have a chance to be evaluated and learn more about the game on May 14 and 15. The bantam and senior Titans have been invited to participate in a skills camp hosted by the University of Calgary coach Blake Nill, who is originally from Hanna. On Friday, May 14 they will be attending the clinic at the Titans’ ﬁeld, and on Saturday, May 15 they will be in Hanna.
Rimbey and Stettler teams have also been invited. “He (Nill) is looking at rural communities for potential recruitment for the university,” said Redmond. While the season doesn’t begin until the fall, the bantam Titans will be playing an exhibition game against Strathmore. The same weekend the senior Titans will be playing a spring tournament in Ardrossan.
“The players are able to develop into adults when given the opportunities in life”
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There have been ﬁve Alberta Champs including the 1966 Drumheller Miners. While Fort St. John, B.C. is home for Hadland, he still has strong ties to Drumheller, including his former billet in Drumheller, Craig Stanger.
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The Titans are set for Spring Camp. This week the senior team began practicing, while next week the bantams will be on the field.
“The players are able to develop into adults when given the opportunities in life,” said Redmond. He says beyond providing constructive recreation, “It’s an avenue. In football you can earn scholarships, and some of our guys have,” said Redmond, adding currently Cameron Pasula is playing for the University of Alberta Golden Bears.
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Former Dragon on Allan Cup winning squad A former Drumheller Dragon now has his name attached to one of the oldest and most respected hockey trophies in the country, after the AAA senior men's Fort St. John Flyers won the 2010 Allan cup. Arlo Hadland played for the Drumheller Dragons during the 2003-2004 and 2004-2005 seasons. He then attended SAIT and won an ACAC silver medal. He has since returned home to Fort St. John, B.C., and has been on the Flyers’ squad for three seasons. Last year the Flyers lost to the Bentley Generals in its bid to get to the tournament. This time there was a rematch, this time on home ice, and this time it was for all the marbles. The Flyers led from the beginning and went away with a 4-1 victory. “It was exciting,” said Hadland, although he was not on the ice for the ﬁnal. He said it was a tough season for the Flyers because as they are an AAA team, they were voted out of their league, which is primarily AA teams. They were forced to play exhibition games for the year. One unexpected challenge was that, while in previous years they had trouble ﬁlling the roster, this season there were 12 players who did not suit up for the game because they had such strong numbers. The Allan Cup continues to be the top trophy for Canadian senior men’s amateur hockey. It was donated in 1908 to replace the Stanley Cup, as it became a professional trophy. It has been presented to a team in every province, as well as two American teams that played in Canadian leagues.
Arlo Hadland… member of Fort St. John Flyers
“He phoned me that night,” said Stanger, who has kept in close contact with Hadland as well as a number of billets. The Stanger family has hosted typically two billets since the Drumheller Dragons were introduced. Many of these relationships have endured, and Stanger says it is rewarding to watch the players go on to their future in hockey and beyond. As well as keeping contact with Hadland, he was a reference for AJ Mikkelsen, who just ﬁnished his senior year playing for the NCAA Division 3 Manhattanville Valiants. He amassed 29 points and earned a Division III All American Second Team Selection. They also hosted Tyler Swanson who is now a City of Calgary police oﬃcer. “You build some relationships with the kids. It is fun and we have always enjoyed it,” said Stanger.