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Terrapins ready for final game See page 11

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Matt Bolin braved the frigid waters of the Red Deer River on Wednesday night to go fishing. Unfortunately, he wasn’t able to catch anything that night, but still had a good time relaxing on the river. inSide photo by Michael James

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OPINION Town outlines water line connection options Michael James | inSide Drumheller

Drumheller residents living along the new East Coulee Water Transmission Line will be given the chance in the near future to hook up to municipal water. At the October 7 meeting of Town Council, administration asked for direction on how to proceed with getting residents hooked up to the new line. “There are connections that would be along the transmission line. We would add a stub to service residential prop-

erties along the line,” said Allan Kendrick, Director of Infrastructure Services for the Town of Drumheller. Two payment options were presented to Council. Residents wishing to hook up can either pay the total cost up front or go through the Town for a 20 year amortization. The cost per household would either be $15,614.34 for those under 100 feet (roughly 30 metres) from the transmission line or $20,000 for those over 100 feet away. However, the cost could change. “We don’t have the fi-

nals costs from our contractor, so the numbers could vary slightly,” said Kendrick. Construction on the transmission line began this summer. Crews have finished putting the line under the Red Deer River near Cambria and will now head towards East Coulee. The line will terminate at the western edge of East Coulee and have a fill station. Late in 2011, Council debated building the transmission line and distribution lines through East Coulee and Lehigh, where residents must rely on private wells.

Residents in the areas rose in opposition to the proposal and Council decided to not move forward with any distribution lines. However, because of

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Salvation Army, Cenovus host Thanksgiving dinner Sunday Al Kendrick “Homemade pumpkin pie.”

Deanne Zariski “Turkey, mashed potatoes, and Dad’s gravy.”

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Thanksgiving is a time for family, friends and sharing. There are many in the community who may not have friends near, or are away from home during the holidays. The Salvation Army is hosting a Thanksgiving dinner on Sunday at the Badlands Community Facility. The church has hosted the special eventfor many years and have

had great attendance each year. “It is a fantastic time to be together, and I also think that sometimes holiday seasons are lonely if you don’t have family or people to visit,” said Lt. Laurie Sauder. “It’s an opportunity to be around friends and enjoy the special holiday together, enjoy fellowship and some good food.” The event relies on a great team of volunteers to present the meal. This year, Cenovus has

provincial grant funding, amounting to $3.4 million, Council decided to move forward on the transmission line. The total cost of construction is $3,989,593.

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come back to the table to sponsor the dinner. The Salvation Army is grateful for the company’s support. “They really help us out with this,” said Sauder. Doors open for The Salvation Army Thanksgiving. Dinner at 4 p.m. on Sunday, October 13 at the Badlands Community Facility. The host asks that those wishing to attend please RSVP by calling 403-823-2215. Rides or delivery may be arranged in advance.

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The Salvation Army and Cenovus are continuing a tradition hosting Thanksgiving Dinner this Sunday. Doors open at 4 p.m.

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Drumheller residents pack election forum Michael James | inSide Drumheller

Candidates in the upcoming Town Council election had their chance to reach out to voters this past week. On Tuesday, October 8, the Drumheller and District Chamber of Commerce and Alberta Teacher’s Association Sub Local hosted the Candidates’ Forum. There, the ten candidates, Jenny Dannhauer, Jay Garbutt, Lisa HansenZacharuk, Crystal Jensen, Patrick Kolafa, Tara McMillan, Bryce Nimmo, Sharel Sho, Kalon Sykes, and Tom Zariski had several minutes to explain

their platform and answer questions from residents. The questions covered a wide range of topics. First, candidates were asked to explain what the mill rate is when determining taxes. Incumbents Hansen-Zacharuk, Sho, and Zariski attempted to answer, but the remaining candidates chose to pass. Next, candidates were asked their opinion on the site for the upcoming skateboard park. Garbutt, Sho, and Zariski felt conďŹ dent in the proposed location for the skateboard park. Kolafa and Sykes highlighted the importance of the park being centrally located and visible. The remaining can-

Drumheller’s Town Council candidates participated in an election forum on Tuesday evening, moderated by Drumheller and District Chamber of Commerce president John Shoff, left. The candidates are

didates were in support of the park, but felt another location was better suited. Sho also pointed out two sites were discussed at a recent design meeting. The next question had candidates tell if they would support proceeding with phase 2 of the Badlands Community Facility (BCF). Most said yes, but Dannhauer and Zariski felt it would be prudent to see more on how to pay for the current phase, payment options for the second, and what the design is. Garbutt felt it was necessary to wait to see the potential of the Building Canada Fund. HansenZacharuk would be comfortable when funding is

(l-r) Jenny Dannhauer, Jay Garbutt, Lisa Hansen-Zacharuk, Crystal Jensen, Patrick Kolafa, Tara McMillan, Bryce Nimmo, Sharel Shoff, Kalon Sykes, and Tom Zariski. inSide photo by Michael James

secured. Candidates were asked if they would support special water rates for the summer. All felt the current system was fair and highlighted the importance of cost-recovery, but felt it was important to regularly review the utility rates. Hansen-Zacharuk, Sho, and Sykes felt selling water regionally was the way to go to lower utility bills. Dannhauer and McMillan suggested attempting to lower bills through the sewer rates. The ďŹ fth question asked was if candidates were in favour of lowering the hawker/peddler fees. Dannhauer, Garbutt, McMillan, Sho, and Zariski felt the fee was appropriate to cover processing costs and protect local businesses. McMillan felt, however, it was necessary to keep lower fees for event speciďŹ c hawkers. Nimmo stated he would if it doesn’t hurt local businesses. Hansen-Zacharuk and Kolafa felt the fees needed to be reviewed. Candidates were asked their thoughts on continuing support for the Drumheller Public Library. All felt it was necessary to continue to support the library and its programs. Garbutt, Nimmo, and


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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 T00078-13D; Lot 2; SW Sec 28 Twp 28 Rng 19 W4, Rosedale - DEVELOPMENT PERMIT - Placement of Moved on Single Family Dwelling - Classification Suburb Community Residential “SCR� District 2. Development Permit T00083-13D; Ed Lehn; Plan 2448GG; Block E; 631 - 5 Street East, Drumheller - DEVELOPMENT PERMIT - Occupy as a Retail Print Shop - Classification Downtown Transition “DT� District Further information regarding these decisions may be obtained from the Development/Planning Department, Town Hall, 224 Centre Street Avenue West, 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 Subdivision & Development Appeal Board at 224 Centre Street , Drumheller, Alberta, T0J 0Y4. A non-refundable fee of $120.00 must accompany the appeal. The “Notice of Appeal� and accompanying fee must be received no later than 4:30 p.m., October 25, 2013 Cindy Woods Development Officer Town of Drumheller

????DID YOU KNOW???? Did you know that elm trees must not be pruned between April 1 and September 30 each year? This is because elm bark beetles, the carriers of Dutch elm disease, are active between these dates and can be attracted to the scent of fresh tree cuts possibly infecting a healthy tree.  Under the Alberta Agricultural Pests Act Dutch elm disease, the native elm bark beetle and the European elm  bark  beetle are all declared pests.  Alberta and British Columbia are considered to be Dutch elm disease free.  For further information please refer to the following link: http://$Department/deptdocs.nsf/all/prm1043/$FILE/ ded_measures.pdf October 20 - 26, 2013 is

National Foster Family Week The Central Alberta Child and Family Services Authority, Drumheller District Office, invite you to join us as we thank the foster families in the Drumheller and Hanna area. Foster parents are amazing people whose hard work and dedication makes a positive difference in the lives of children and youth. Please take a moment to thank foster parents for the important work they do. This is also a good time to remind Central Albertans that more Caregivers are needed to provide care to children and youth in our communities. There are many options available to interested individuals which may include becoming: • A foster parent • A kinship caregiver • An adoptive parent • A private guardian

Zariski felt the province needed to provide more funding. Next, candidates were asked if they would support a fenced o-leash dog park. Dannhauer would consider it if an adequate plan was presented. The remaining candidates felt current o-leash areas were enough and it is the owners responsibility to keep their dogs safe. Lastly, candidates were asked what they would do dierently compared to the previous council. Kolafa, Nimmo, and Sykes felt it was necessary to develop a vision for Drumheller and plan ahead. McMillan wants to see a more transpar-

ent council. Sho pledged to follow through with residents’ concerns and wanted council to do their homework on the Municipal Government Act. Zariski felt it was necessary to follow through better with projects and ideas, look further aďŹ eld for marketing the BCF, and look more at global tourism. Dannhauer felt marketing the BCF more was key. Garbutt said he would work harder on getting items on the agenda, keep asking questions during meetings, and provide incentives for front-line sta to cut costs. For videos of each candidate, visit

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has begun and will take place on weekends – Saturdays 8:00 a.m. – 8:45 a.m. and Sundays from 3:15 – 4:00 p.m. These times are subject to change without notice – please call the arena at 403-823-1328 to verify and watch the schedule for the Dragons Sunday games as they will cause the Sunday cancellations. PLEASE NOTE PUBLIC SKATING HAS BEEN CANCELLED ON MONDAY AND TUESDAYS (INCLUDING THE SHINNEY GAME) FOR OCTOBER ONLY. Regular schedule will resume in November.

Board Vacancies

Drumheller Housing Administration - 2 Vacancies The Town of Drumheller has vacancies on the following Boards: Subdivision and Development Appeal Board (3 vacancies, Drumheller Public Library (1 vacancy) and Municipal Planning Commission (1 vacancy).  Please contact Linda Handy 403-823-1339 if you are interested in serving in this capacity.

Government of Alberta Southern Alberta Flood Response Program Property Tax Relief Program The Town of Drumheller council can forgive property tax for property owners who have lost the use of their homes or businesses either permanently or for a prolonged period due to the flood because the property is deemed uninhabitable. Property tax relief can be granted for a period of up to 3 years, beginning with the 2013 tax year. Eligibility Criteria and documentation requirements to receive these benefits are viewable online at Property_Tax_Relief_Policy_Information_Bulletin.pdf. or can be picked up at Town Hall, 224 Centre Street, Drumheller, AB. For questions about this program, please contact Byron Nagazina, Director of Corporate Services at (403) 823-1311.


Apply for the Badlands Scholarship by October 31, 2013. This is a four year scholarship (500.00 yearly) intended for students continuing their education in post secondary institutions. Applications are available at Town Hall and each of the schools involved – DVSS and St. Anthony’s.

Drumheller Aquaplex will be on fall hours starting September 3, 2013 check hours For additional information please call the Drumheller Aquaplex – 403-823-1322 or 403-823-1321

Upcoming ART SHOW in the Badlands Community Facility for October will be a show of watercolors and pastels by Calgary artist, Jane Romaneshko, Owner of Airdrie School of Art. Watch for details. LIBRARY “SNAP SHOT DAY� will be held on Friday, Oct. 11th. Each year the Library hosts a day to showcase our patrons and to show how important libraries are in their everyday lives. Please join us for this celebration. Coffee, juice and doughnuts will be served. BOOK SALE will be running from Oct 5-12, 2013, $5.00 a bag. “EVENING AT THE LIBRARY� GALA will be on Saturday, Oct. 26 7-9:30 pm in the Library. The Society is hosting this event; there will be a live/ silent auction and raffle. Help support your Library. Tickets are available at the Library $20.00 each. Drumheller Public Library 403-823-1371 Find us on Facebook, there’s a link on our web site.

Drop In Chair/Floor Yoga Target Audience: Seniors & those with limited mobility Where: carol Todor dance studio, alley entrance across from Legion When: Tuesday, Oct. 8th – Tuesday, December 10th (10 weeks) 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Attire:  Comfortable Clothing No Registration Required This is a FREE event sponsored by the Town of Drumheller Seniors Office, Drumheller Chapter of the MS Society and carol todor dance school For more information please contact:  Carol Todor, 403-823-4377, or Holly Guterson, MS Society, 403-823-7056 Rose Poulson, Seniors Services Coordinator

Town of Drumheller Key Phone Numbers Town Hall – 403-823-6300 Badlands Community Facility – 403-823-1370 Public Library – 403-823-1371 Recreational Bookings – 403-823-1324 Regional Recycling – 403-823-1343 Aquaplex – 403-823-1322 Regional Landfill – 403-823-1345 Memorial Arena – 403-823-1328 Bylaw Enforcement – 403-823-7590 Seniors Services – 403-823-1317 Municipal Airport -403-823-3000

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It’s that time of year again. Guides, Brownies and Sparks are out and about selling those delicious little cookies. Fall means mint Brownie Cookies, and so far sales are going well. Noella, left, and Olivia Brisbois were on route last week. Hurry and get yours, because they sell out fast. inSide photo by Patrick Kolafa



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Ready to take your call The Drumheller Rotary Club Radio Auction kicked off on Wednesday to a great start. Dozens of items were fetching top dollar in person and over the phone. (l-r) Betty Friesen, Shirley Briault and Shannon Doel were busy Wednesday night taking bids. The Radio Auction is a major fundraiser for the Rotary Club to support local community projects. Check out next week’s edition of The Drumheller Mail for the final tally.

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Province close to deal with pharmacists Patrick Kolafa | inSide Drumheller

It looks as though the province and pharmacists are on track to reach an agreement in the near future. Earlier this year the province announced it would be cutting the cost of generic drug prices. At the time, pharmacists worried it could add up to a 30 per cent cut in business. This was compounded by cuts dating back years. This week the Alberta government announced it has come up with a tentative deal with pharmacists. According to a release, the agreement-in-principle includes four years of predictable funding, changes to dispensing fees, a strengthened relationship between Alberta Health and the Alberta Pharmacists’ Association, and updated compensation fees for the services pharmacists provide to Albertans. If approved, it will come into effect in April of next year. Pat Doyle of the Medicine Shoppe said one change he noticed is a single flat fee for dispensing, rather than a tiered system. They have also expanded what services pharmacists can be reimbursed for. “It is the one tier dispensing fee I have to look at to find out of it balances out,” said Doyle. Ray Ainscough of Riverside Value Drug Mart says

there is good and bad in the new arrangement. He doesn’t expect funding to recover to where it was, but the jury is still out. “They increased the professional fee, but instead of three tiers, there is one tier,” said Ainscough. Basically on the higher priced drugs you are making less on. On the plus side you are getting an inventory allowance,” said Ainscough. “It doesn’t make up for the losses to the bottom line they have taken out of pharmacies, and my fear is more coming out.” Arson Gincher of Shoppers Drug Mart in Drumheller says the new deal looks positive. He likes that the Alberta Pharmacists Association will have a role as a legal voice to represent professionals. “We will have one united voice which is good,” he said. He is also encouraged by some of the service changes. “It looks like the government is ready to evolve the program of patient services and there will be more service available for Albertans, and more reimbursement opportunities for pharmacies,” said Gincher. “They are giving pharmacists more opportunities to serve people, there is no free money back, but there is work to be done, but it looks like the government is willing to pay for the work.”


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St. Anthony’s Terry Fox Run surpasses $11,000



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St. Anthony’s School smashed their goal and raised $11,727 at the Terry Fox School Run and honoured some of the top earning students. Pictured are (back; l-r) Cami Jopp, Maureen Peters, Ethan Klein, Charli Calon, Brendan Tate-Hansen, Dean

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The school community of St. Anthony’s School has showed their support in a big way, shattering its goal for this year’s Terry Fox School run. Students, along with sta, volunteers and family members, headed out on the course last Thursday. They were hoping to best last year’s total and maybe earn a little more, aiming for $7,500. They shattered the total, raising $11,727. Gavin Makse and Maureen Peters organized this year’s event. Makse said it might be one of their best eorts yet. “I thought it went amazing,â€? said Makse describing the presentation before the event. “I thought the kids speaking was powerful,â€? said Makse, adding the event’s guest Speaker Gordon Dietrich, who is battling cancer, made a powerful impression on the students. Leading into the event, the school has raised $72,000 in the nine years it has participated. “It is probably one of the best things our whole school community does,â€? said. Makse. The top fundraising class was Mrs. Engler’s Grade 4 Class, bringing in $1,800. They won pizza from Bernie and Boys.


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Turkeys won, turkeys lost Patrick Kolafa | inSide Drumheller

We’re starting a new 8 session wellness program created by your friends who wrote the Full Plate Diet • Learn to fill your plate and lose weight • Rev up your weight loss so you lose twice as fast • Learn to slim down and still enjoy foods you love • Enjoy demonstrations on how to prepare these foods • No counting calories

John Dooley, centre, takes aim participating in the annual Drumheller Trap Shooters’ Turkey Shoot last Sunday. A healthy

and Hussar. The club has a modest membership and typically a good number comes out for their weekly Wednesday night

are WHO you? Cory Miles water-skiing. Do you collect anything? Star Wars toys. What is one thing you could eat for the rest of your life? Pizza. Favourite movies/TV shows: The Hangover and Saturday college football. What would be your theme song? “Hangin’ Tough” by New Kids on the Block. Favourite games: Batman Arkham Asylum and Super Mario Bros. 3. What is your most memorable childhood toy? G.I. Joes or Star Wars action figures. Favourite sports: I’m a big football and hockey fan. What would be your dream vehicle? A Ferrari Testarossa, Miami Vice-style. What superpower would you want? To spin into a ball like Sonic the Hedgehog. Any words of wisdom? Eat cake, be happy.

To nominate the next Who are you? Please give us a call at 403-823-2580, fax at 403-823-3864 or email

crowd took aim and their chances on bringing home Thanksgiving dinner.

shoots. The club recently purchased a state of the art clay pigeon thrower for its facility. Dooley said the club would like to grow its ranks. Currently there are members of the same family and a few female shooters. There is

Date and Time: 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm Tuesdays Oct. 15 - Dec. 10 Location: Badlands Community Facility For more info contact: Adam Bially 403-821-1372

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a healthy variety of ages on the range. The club welcomes anyone who wants to come out and try the sport. For more information contact club president Don Loro at 403-8232757.

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inSide happenings Playing at The Napier Theatre... The Family, Friday, October 11 Thursday, October 17, 7:30 pm - 111 min., rated 14A. Saturday & Sunday Matinees at 2:00 p.m. Planes. We will be closed Sunday night and Monday. Happy Thanksgiving!! Saturday, October 12, Drumheller: Bridal Bliss Expo, Trade and Fashion Show at the Cretaceous Conference Centre 10:00 am to 4:30 pm. The perfect day for your perfect day. Sunday, October 13, Munson: 14th Annual Pancake Breakfast hosted by the Munson Fire Department. 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. at the Munson Community Hall. Sunday, October 13, Newcastle: Pancake Breakfast hosted by the Newcastle Recreation Association. 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at the Newcastle Hall. Sunday, October 13, Drumheller: Thanksgiving Feast at the Dinosaur Trail Golf and Country Club. 2 sittings, 4:30 and 6:30 p.m. Call 403-823-5622 to reserve. Tuesday, October 15, Alix, AB: OPENING - MOONWALKERS Play Center. Largest Indoor Play Center in Alberta. Call 1-855-855-7221 Saturday, October 19, Rowley: Steak & Lobster Night at the Community Hall. 5 to 8 p.m. Limited tickets (must be paid for in advance by October 11). Call Sharon 403-772-3800 or 403-8204204. Saloon opens following meal. Saturday, October 19, Drumheller: Jam’n with Dew “Carver” at The Old Grouch’s. Starts at 6 p.m. For advance tickets call 403823-5755. Friday, October 25, Drumheller: CCE presents Kirby Sewell Band at Kaleidescope Theatre. Advance tickets $25. At the door $35. Sunday, October 27, Hand Hills: The Annual Hand Hills Turkey Supper. 3:00 to 7:00 p.m. Saturday, November 16, Drumheller: Diamond Dinner Gala at the Badlands Community Facility. Tickets on sale October 10 at HCM Lifestyle/Made in the Shade located at 316 Centre Street Drumheller. $65.00 per person. Monday evenings, Nacmine: Community Bingo, Nacmine Hall. Doors open 6 p.m. Bingo starts at 7:30 p.m.


Back by popular demand… CCE presents Kirby SEWELL BAND !!

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The Drumheller Trap Club continued a Thanksgiving tradition with its annual turkey shoot. Trap shooters were at Dutton’s Farm, just outside of Drumheller on Highway 9 to participate in the yearly event for fun and to wrap up the club’s season. Tom Dooley is a long-standing member. He said shooters from Drumheller come out for the event as well as participants from as far away as Calgary. The club also often has participants from the Hussar trap club come. In fact, some shooters are members in Drumheller

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A Christmas tradition that brings smiles to children who normally would not have a Christmas is ramping up. Since the founding of the Morgan Jayne Project, volunteers and supporters have stepped up to help fill the Annual Christmas Wish list for families served by Familias Saludables in Roatan. And every year they literally pull off a miracle. This year they are hoping to do it sooner and in a more streamlined way. The Christmas Miracle wish list has just been released and there are 37 families listed. Their requests are humble and heartbreaking. The description of the very first family on the list reads, “This little family struggles daily to find enough food. They live in a shack someone has given them with no water or power. Mom cooks outside on a wood stove. The two girls were sponsored for school so get free breakfast every morning which has helped a little, Jasmy is an 8 year old girl, she wants a crying baby doll and play dishes. She is a size 6 and a size 5 in shoes. (We see these often in children who are nutritionally deprived, their feet keep

growing when their body does not), her sister Norma is a 5 year old girl, and she wants a baby doll, play dishes or a purse for Christmas. She is a size 4 with a size 4 in shoes. Their little brother Edgardo is a 4-year-old boy; he wants a big car, candies or a soccer ball for Christmas. He is a size 4 with a size 5 in shoes.” Every year the Morgan Jayne Project supporters have been able to fill the list and then some. Founder of the Morgan Jayne Project, Fred Makowecki said they are making a few changes to make it easier on the committed volunteers who work hard to make the miracle come true.

The Christmas Wish list for the Morgan Jayne Project has been released and already locals are stepping up to support

He explains that most years the support is overwhelming and it is difficult to keep track of who has selected which family, with requests coming in person, over Facebook or through the

families in the Roatan by filling Christmas wishes.

phone. This year they have an email address xmasmiracle2013@, and would like to use it as a point of contact for those who have questions, or are willing to sponsor a family or volunteer.


They ask that supporters use this and also leave their contact information. “Logistically it comes from 15 different directions, we need one central place or we get lost,” said Makowecki.

The list of families is on the Morgan Jayne Project Facebook site at The project has shipped about “14 tons of happiness” in the last six years and it has been a momentous task. This year they hope to make it a little easier on its base. Rather than making a couple giant shipments, they hope to spread out the work over the next month and make more, smaller shipments. This will make it easier on its volunteer core. Funds for shipping are always appreciated and needed to make the miracle come true. Makowecki said the absolute last day for shipping is October 31, all items must be out the door by then. Keep watching the Morgan Jayne Project sites for volunteer opportunities and other information as the effort toward the Christmas Miracle progresses.



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Notice is hereby given that an election will be held for the filling of the following offices: Office Mayor Councillor Public School Trustee Separate School Trustee

Number of Vacancies 1 (acclamation) 6 1 (acclamation) 1

Office Mayor Councillor Public School Trustee Separate School Trustee

Voting will take place on Monday the 21st day of October 2013, between the hours of 10:00 AM and 8:00 PM. Voting stations will be located at: Voting Subdivision North West Newcastle Central South Rosedale, Cambria, Wayne East Coulee, Lehigh

Advance voting will take place on: Friday, October 11, 2013 between the hours of 10:00 AM and 8:00 PM, and Friday, October 18, 2013 between the hours of 10:00 AM and 8:00 PM. The voting station will be located at: Badlands Community Facility Multi Purpose Room, Main Floor 80 Veterans Way (behind the Clinic) Drumheller, Alberta

Number of Vacancies 1 (acclamation) 6 1 (acclamation) 1

Voting Station Midland Community Hall Nacmine Community Hall Newcastle Community Hall Badlands Community Facility Church of the Nazarene Rosedale Community Hall East Coulee Community Hall

Address 2011-1 Ave NW 119-3 St, Nacmine 1301-2 Ave W 80 Veterans Way 627-6 St E 110-3 Ave S, Rosedale 120-4 St, East Coulee

Please refer to the full page map in the October 18th issue for voting districts and stations.

Please note that documentation indicating the Elector’s name and civic or legal address is now required in order to register for voting. This includes a driver’s license or utility bill. A complete listing is available on the Town’s website or by calling Town Hall at (403) 823-6300.

INSTITUTIONAL VOTE: For those residents of the Town of Drumheller residing in these facilities during the day of the election: Drumheller Health Centre, Acute Care, Continuing Care, Hillview and Sunshine Lodges and their Cottages. Please note that documentation indicating the Elector’s name and civic or legal address is now required in order to register for voting. This includes a driver’s license or utility bill. A complete listing is available on the Town’s website www.dinosaurvalley. com or by calling Town Hall at (403) 823-6300.

Dated at the Town of Drumheller in the Province of Alberta this 24th day of September 2013.

Dated at the Town of Drumheller in the Province of Alberta this 24th day of September 2013.

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Terrapins hit the field for final game of season Michael James | inSide Drumheller


Football fans are being encouraged to head to the Drumheller Valley Secondary School field this weekend and see the Drumheller pee wee Terrapins in action for the final time this year. On Saturday, October 12, at 1:30 p.m, the Terrapins kick-off for the last time this season. “It’s the last one and fun to watch these guys go. You’ll be surprised at some of the big hits and plays they get,” said head coach Cory Miles. “We’re looking forward to the game. We’ll be playing Lacombe, who is at the top of their league, so we’re in tough again.” This was the first season for the Terrapins. Though they haven’t notched up a win yet, they’ve come a long way since their first game on a rainy Saturday in Cochrane. “We’re looking forward to the game. We’ll be playing Lacombe, who is at the top of their league, so we’re in tough again.”



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