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DCHS teachers Ryan Hatch and Dan Hird dabbled on their feminine side at the school’s Terry Fox Run on Thursday morning. Some of the school’s braver male staff promised to dress in drag if the school raised $1,000. DCHS pulled it off, raising $2,077 and shattering the old record of $400.

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inSide STREETERS An Ottawa Supreme Court Judge struck down key provisions in Canada’s prostitution laws earlier this week, inSide Drumheller asks,“What do you think about prostitution being legal?”

Lance Goddard “I think it’s time to get into the biz.”

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The debate is heating up on Election fever is in the air, a time for new ideas, dissenting views, and heated discussion. The Drumheller Mail and inSide Drumheller are striving for the best coverage of the 2010 municipal election, and are giving readers a chance to learn more about Drumheller candidates’ views on various issues. has posted a special Drumheller 2010 Election page with exclusive web content not found in the newspaper or anywhere

else. We are asking those running for mayor and council in Drumheller some questions to learn more about them and their views. The goal is to spark commentary, present differing opinions, and overall to inform voters on the candidates so they are prepared to vote come election day. Last week, candidates were asked some questions, including: • What are the three main things that you feel the Town of Drumheller can improve upon in the next council term? • A well functioning town council

needs to have mutual respect, diverse ideas, good communication and a cohesive voice. What do you feel you can contribute to achieve this? • Would you support tax incentives to actively draw new business to Drumheller? We are getting some interesting responses and hope voters are getting the information they want and deserve. Keep checking DrumhellerMail. com for more updates, more questions and insight. Simply go to www. and click on the Election 2010 banner.

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Hi-Way 9 Group of Companies has purchased the assets and business of Westlock Pony Express, opening the Westlock, Barrhead, Mayerthorpe areas to their service network.

Hi-Way 9 has also purchased Drayton Valley Transport, a company with more than 70 years in the LTL business. While Hi-Way 9 previously serviced this area, company officials say the acquisition will strengthens their posi-

tion and service in the Drayton Valley area. Group president Dean Kohut says the purchases are part of Hi-Way 9’s strategic mission to help strengthen its position in the Alberta marketplace.

John Shoff “It’s going to happen any ways, they might as well have control over where and how it’s done.”

Ty Christensen “Where? Which corner?”

Scout troop cleans up Members of the 1st Drumheller Scouts, including Beavers, Cubs and Scouts were out in force at Newcastle Beach on Saturday participating in the Great Canadian Shoreline Clean-up. The scouts have been

participating in the event for a number of years, and always make a clean sweep of the beach. This year’s event was sponsored by Loblaws. inSide photo by Patrick Kolafa

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Business manager hired for community facility submitted | inSide Drumheller

The Town of Drumheller is pleased to announce that a business manager has been hired for the Badlands Community Facility. Mr. Scott Boyd will join the Town staff on Tuesday, October 12, 2010. Scott will work closely with community groups and prospective facility users to develop recreation programs and special events to maximize the potential of the Badlands Community Facility. Mr. Boyd brings considerable professional experience to the position. He is a former executive director of the Central Alberta Home Builders Association in addition to serving as a key member of the recreation services department with Red Deer College. He holds a Bachelor of Physical Education (Kine-

Scott Boyd… Badlands Community Facility manager

siology) degree from the University of Alberta and is an active community volunteer with organizations including public libraries, Habitat for Humanity and Big Brothers / Big Sisters. The Town of Drumheller identifies the Badlands Community Facility as the community’s future social

and cultural hub, where an incredible range of activities will take place including casual and competitive sports and recreational activities, in addition to local and regional community events. It is anticipated that the Badlands Community Facility will also provide a top notch venue for growing Drumheller’s reputation as a major Alberta destination for sports and business tourism. The construction of the Badlands Community Facility is progressing on schedule. The construction will start with a field house, running track, fitness centre, meeting facilities and a new public library followed by an arena and curling rink as funding becomes available.

Bantam Titans halfway through strong season

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Steven Robertson weaves around a defender during the Bantam Titans’ last home-game. The team Kyle Smylie | inSide Drumheller

The Bantam Titans are halfway through their season, and things are shaping up well for the teams, says their head coach. Taking a loss from the Lacombe Raiders last weekend, 43-6, coach Paul Redmond says the team has been playing well. “Lacombe had a tough defence,” said Redmond, explaining defence will be the team’s biggest enemy


took a loss from Lacombe last weekend, but look forward to this Saturday’s game in Olds.

for the rest of the season. The Titans will be up against Olds this weekend, a team with a solid defensive line, giving Drumheller’s offensive opportunity to rise to the occasion to rise to the occasion. “We are guaranteed the first play-off game,” Redmond said. Ages playing for the bantams this year are fairly evenly distributed, making next year’s season a strong one for both the remain-

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ing bantams and players moving into the senior organization. “We’re vying for at least one play-off win. We will probably be meeting Stettler there, and they have a strong defence too,” Redmond said. Spencer Fournier, Tanner Hedstrom, Steven Robertson and Alan Lister have been players going above the call this year, the head coach said.


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Historical Site signs to be replaced Patrick Kolafa | inSide Drumheller

Many residents may have noticed a number of the historical information boards throughout Drumheller being taken down. Rest assured, they will return better and stronger than ever. The Drumheller Rotary Club, a number of years ago, erected 18 signs throughout

the valley noting many of the sites of historical importance, including the sites of mines. The Rotary Club has also acted as stewards, and this year they are going through another round of maintenance. Rotarian Ron Pedersen, along with Leo Jensen and Ron Rawlusyk are spearheading the project, which began in March of 2009. The signs are being replaced with stron-

ger, more durable bases. “The new material is called Folia, and it is a half-inch exterior grade material, and apparently it is UV and graffiti resistant,” said Pedersen. He adds the current signs are cedar and have been replaced twice. These new signs are expected to have a longer usable life. “With the pricing it was going to cost us more to restore the cedar,” he said. During this project, the Rotary Club has been working closely with Linda Digby and the Atlas Coal Mine. Pedersen said the new signs will be updated and the photos will be of better quality and a higher resolution. There were also some minor changes to make sure the text on the signs was historically correct.

“There were some corrections or inconsistencies on the signs for whatever reason,” said Pedersen. “Maybe the information of the day wasn’t up to snuff, but with the help of the Atlas Coal Mine Society we were able to bring it up to snuff, as close as we can to being perfect.” The Royal Tyrrell Museum was also involved in helping do the design and graphic work on the signs. Canalta was supportive to the project by helping to partially finance the endeavour. Hi-way 9 Express was also supportive. In all the restoration is expected to come in at about $26,000. The club has received the signs, but Pedersen said there is much work to be done on the signposts and supports,

and the club hopes to enlist some help from youth or sports groups in the area. “Now that the tourism season is over, we felt this would be a good time to get the work done, between the fall and the spring,” said Pedersen. “We need some welding done and brackets, and Norma Hawthorne of HB Industries is graciously donating material and man-power for that.” They are aiming to unveil the new signs in the centennial year of coal mining in the valley in 2011. He says the partnership with the Atlas Coal mine will not end. Plans are, after the new installation is complete, that the stewardship of the signs is to be handed over to the Atlas Coal Mine.

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problem solving, results -oriented person with a can-do attitude, and because of these qualities I have successfully owned and operated many niche services in Drumheller, a home furnishing store being the foundation of my business,” he said. He also has experience in construction, entrepreneurship, property and business management, retail sales and farming. His endeavours have allowed him to quietly support numerous organizations in their goals of

creating programs and opportunities that will enhance the quality of life for every demographic in Drumheller.

Ed Lehn brings can-do attitude in bid for Town Council Rotarians Leo Jensen, left, and Brent Pedersen show an example of the new historical site signs that will be installed throughout the valley in conjunction with the Centennial of coal mining in the valley.

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“The benefit of electing me to town council is I bring with me years of diversified experience, obtained during my years in the workforce and as a resident of our community,” he said. “I want to give back to the community that has given me so much. Helping to reshape our economy toward a sustainable future and develop policies encouraging responsible development will ensure town spending is in sync with what our residents can handle. I have the courage to stand up to the special interests and the integrity to represent Drumheller with honour.” Lehn’s campaign office is open at Greentree Mall in the former registries, and he encourages residents to stop in for a visit and he would be delighted to speak with them. Biography sponsored by the committee to elect Ed Lehn


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Knox United Church celebrates its first century


Knox United Church is celebrating 100 years on the weekend of October 16 and 17. Events include a

century of wedding gowns fashion show, a banquet and lots of time to share memories. inSide photo by Patrick Kolafa

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From its humble beginnings, gathered in Thomas Greentree’s cabin 100 years ago, parishioners, with the little they had, pulled together in an area then known as “Over the Red Deer Riverâ€? into what is now the Knox United Church. The Knox United Church is celebrating its centennial on the weekend of October 16-17, and after 100 years, it continues to be a vibrant community institution, and its history tells the story not just of the Church and its members, but of how the community at large was built. The famous evangelist Dwight L. Moody had a profound eect on many during the late 1800s, including a young man living in Belfast named John Brown. He graduated from Princeton and was ordained by the Presbyterian Church in Canada in 1903. According to a history his daughter, Margaret Zinn, presented to the congregation in 1979, in 1909 her parents came from Airdrie by team and wagon to a homestead in the Verdant Valley area. Her description of Drumheller at the time was “consisting of a few houses, the Red Deer River with a dangerous ford, bualo trails winding here and there, and the odd pile of bones where an animal had died.â€? The ďŹ rst service was reported to be held at Thomas Greentree’s cabin, but it was common that service be held at private homes, and Zinn said her dad preached at the homes of the Wilsons, Greenes, Bixbys and Hardys, to name a few. Services were then held at a restaurant on a property owned by Sid Skuce. By all accounts, the community of Drumheller grew quickly and when a school was built, they began services at the school in 1912. In 1914, as the town continued to expand, a new school was built, and the congregation was able to purchase the former school

and made it its ďŹ rst permanent home. The Church blossomed as a Sunday School was organized, as was a Ladies Aid and choir. The Church continued as Rev. William Cruikshank succeeded Rev. Brown. He was followed by Rev. S.W. Thomson and Rev. W.B Mahon before Rev. W.B. Bartlett was appointed. Under Bartlett, the Church saw many changes. The Church’s charge became selfsupporting and it adopted the name Knox United Church. As the community grew so did the congregation, and the need for a new church building became urgent. The plans were for a church that could seat at least 300. The Church appealed to the Church and Manse Board of the Presbyterian Church for help and received a $5,000 gift and a loan for $10,000. The building cost about $31,000, and that left a tough task for the Church. The Ladies Aid was very active in fundraising for the construction of the Church as well as the purchase and installation of the pipe organ that was completed in 1929. The 1930s were a struggle for the Church but as the decade came to a close, the board returned to stability, and in 1943, they were able to discharge the mortgage on the Church. The Church moved to build a hall, which was completed in 1949. This hall became a hub hosting thousands of events and providing the Church with a space to deliver its programs and services. At the time, there was no gymnasium in Drumheller, so the Hall also became a sports hub. Growth seemed to never stop for the Church and in 1960, more renovations were discussed to provide more classroom space, oďŹƒces and chapel. The unique Tudor entrance of the building was transformed into more working space. Beyond the bricks and mortar, the Church’s service to the

community has been a constant. It has been a leader in Christian education for young people since its inception, and has always had a strong women’s movement, based on camaraderie and service. Music has always been a part of worship service, and it has continued. Music also served the community through fundraisers and was always a source of pride for the congregation. About three years ago, it purchased a grand piano, and Toni Wilson still serves as the organist. Today the Church is about 150 families strong. It continues to be a hub for the community. All of the Drumheller Scouting and Guiding movements are based at the Church, as is the Bedrock Playschool. The Sunday School and youth are still active in the community. Currently Jan Richardson is the Minister. All of this pride will be on display on the weekend of October 16-17 at Knox United Church. Joanne Cunningham, board chair, is looking forward to the celebration, and has heard there is a good response from the community. They have also invited all of the past pastors to come for the occasion. “I’m excited not only to look back, but into our future and envision what may come,� said Cunningham. On Saturday, the Church will hold a luncheon and fashion show featuring wedding dresses from the last century. There will also be board games and activities for children. That evening there will be a banquet, giving attendees ample time to sit, reminisce, and share stories. There will also be a talent show. On Sunday morning at 10:30 a.m., there will be a special anniversary Church Service, followed by activities for youth. For more information, or to RSVP contact The Knox United Church at 403-823-2366 or email at






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Preparations being made for 2011 Relay For Life Patrick Kolafa | inSide Drumheller

and now at the Drumheller Stampede and Ag Society Already the rumblings in the Drumheller Relay For have begun for an event Life. that makes cancer quake. This annual event is enHundreds of participants tering its fifth year and to have stomped the familiar date it has topped the miloval track, first at DCHS lion-dollar mark for can-

cer research and services. The organizing committee is hoping to ride the momentum of its success and continue to support those fighting their battle with cancer. “We’d love to make another million,” said Shari Christensen, member the committee This coming year’s event is slated for June 10, 2011 at the stampede grounds, and already the committee is starting the groundwork for the event. They will be holding an organizational meeting on Monday, October 18 in Conference Room 4/5 at the Drumheller Health Centre. “It’s a planning session and volunteers are always welcome if they want to join the committee,” said Christensen.

An organizational meeting for the 2011 Relay For Life is taking place at the Drumheller Health Centre on Monday, October 18. Those interested volunteering to help plan the event on June 10, 2010 are invited to come. For more information contact Shari Christensen at 403-823-6739. inSide photo by Patrick Kolafa

She hopes this year they will see a return of participating teams as well as new teams to bolster the numbers. “It would be awesome to get our team numbers up

again,” said Christensen. For more information on how to get involved as a volunteer in the 2011 Relay For Life, contact Christensen at 403-823-6739.

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Sisterly carrot love Stefanie Nielsen, 5, holds the “Love Your Sister” carrot she and her sisters Sonya,7, (right) and Alia, 9 dug up in their Morrin garden. One quite normal orange carrot had seemingly bonded with a peculiar, off-white carrot of almost another variety altogether, showing that even carrots know to love your neighbour. inSide photo by Kyle Smylie

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The National Awards for Tourism Excellence has named Canadian Badlands Ltd. (CBL) a finalist in the Deloitte and Touche Innovator of the Year Award. The award recognizes Canadian tourism organizations and businesses that have had a positive impact on the tourism industry through enhancement of tourism products and services, commitment to visitor satisfaction, and commitment to long-term growth of the tourism industry locally, provincially and nationally. The National Awards for Tourism Excellence, presented by the Toronto Star, will be awarded at a gala dinner in Gatineau, Quebec, on Nov. 2, 2010, as part of the Tourism Summit, the annual national tourism policy conference of the Travel Industry Association of Canada (TIAC). “We are very proud of this outstanding list of finalists for this year’s awards,” said TIAC President and CEO David Goldstein. “This impressive collection of tourism businesses – and the people who make them thrive – demonstrates the wealth of ingenuity, enthusiasm and perseverance in our sector. There are great tourism success stories all across our country, and we are very pleased to recognize the organizations and individuals who help make Canada a world-class destination.” Incorporated in 2006, CBL is a not-forprofit corporation, providing a new and innovative approach to creating an integrated, destination-based tourism industry in Southeast Alberta. The vision is to create the Canadian Badlands as an iconic tourism destination. “It is a tribute to the ‘forward thinking’

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rural communities in Southeast Alberta that we have been chosen as finalist for the Innovator of the Year Award by the national tourism industry association,” said Doug Jones, CBL President and Chairman of the Board. “Our shareholder municipalities understand that working together makes anything possible. CBL, which is owned by 62 municipalities, has and will continue to provide tourism resources and service excellence to its shareholders, to deliver a superior product to our visitors and build the next iconic destination for the Province of Alberta.” The award nomination recognizes the innovative approach of CBL in providing tourism development resources and services in a 90,000 square kilometre area in Southeast Alberta. CBL provides services such as tourism master planning, major attractions development plans, asset assessment, professional development, grant writing assistance, clustering and business consortia assistance that nurtures over 150 tourism operators, and development of local events for small rural communities. “The entrepreneurial environment in Alberta has allowed our tourism initiative to grow and make a difference in a very short period of time,” said CBL Chief Executive Officer, Cindy Amos. CBL acknowledges its municipal shareholders and Alberta Tourism Parks and Recreation that support operations, and funding partners that support CBL’s work through various programs of Western Economic Diversification Canada, Rural Alberta’s Development Fund, and Alberta Department of Agriculture and Rural Development. Visit Your best election coverage in the valley for an in-depth look at this fall's election candidates

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Many turns in The Road to Mecca Patrick Kolafa | inSide Drumheller

Mecca. The play was written by With a single set and three South African Athol Fugard, players, Rosebud Theatre and was, inspired by, but not based on the story of Helen Martins. She created the Owl House, a heavily decorated home in rural South Africa that is now a national monument. Using the backdrop of Apartheid-divided South Africa, it is the story of a widow, known as Miss Helen that lives alone in a small village. Her relationship with the community and church has soured over the years, save for the local pastor Rev. Marius Byleveld, and a young black woman. Her isolation came shortly after she was widowed, and in the years leading up to what the audience is privy to, they learn of Miss Helen’s passion for creating concrete Judith Buchan, left as Miss Helen and Alysa van Haastert as Elsa Bar- statues to fill her yard. Inside, low on Stage in The Road to Mecca at Rosebud Theatre. the walls are adorned with photo submitted glass that reflects candlelight throughout her home. She has formed a bond with a younger woman, Elsa Barlow from Cape Town, who makes the arduous trip to see Miss Helen after a disturbing letter. The majority of the play centers around the relationTransparency ship between Miss Helen, Common Sense played by Rosebud’s 2010 Harvey Artist in Residence, Part of Team Judith Buchan, and Elsa Look for ways Barlow, played by Alysa van to Reduce Taxes Haastert. Miss Helen is an unintentional insurgent in her comPaid for by the Committee to elect Sandy Brown munity. She has blazed her own path, but has never let tells an eloquent story of relationships, love, trust, fear and freedom in its autumn production of The Road to

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go of the traditional conventions of her upbringing. Elsa has no patience for Miss Helen’s resignation when faced with decisions that are made in the twilight of one’s life. Both are forced to face these realities as the community, led by Rev. Marius Byleveld, hope to expedite a process to have Miss Helen leave her home. Buchan is charged with the delicate job of portraying an elderly woman, who, after finding her self, is now saddled with doubt. The audience learns right away, while the play takes on large universal issues, a full understanding of the conflict is dependent on insight into the characters. Her performance emotionally hooks the audience.

van Haastert, in her portrayal of Elsa Barlow, has the challenge of matching the energy of the character of Miss Helen, and succeeds in her performance, creating balance. Her impatience and exasperation with the old woman is couched in love and concern. Steve Waldschmidt’s portrayal of Rev. Marius Byleveld is also delicate. Leading up to his appearance on stage, his role as a voice for the community is built up to almost a villainous status, but when he appears, his character reflects compassion and true concern for Miss Helen. The Road to Mecca is a step away from Rosebud’s summer grand production of Oliver!, but in its simplicity, delivers a powerful story.

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September photo contest winner Dorothy Solberg is September’s 'Fall into Fall' photo contest winner, and received a portrait package from IGA for her photograph entry, below. inSide photo by Megan Kathol

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Cuts 4 Cancer gears up for sixth year Patrick Kolafa | inSide Drumheller

as a tribute to organizer Cathy Morseâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s mother, who The annual Cuts 4 Can- passed away after a battle cer has become a mainstay with cancer seven years in the valley to raise funds ago. Each year the event for the Drumheller Health has been held on February Centre, and while the event 3 to raise funds to help ďŹ ght is not until February, orga- the battle. nizers are gearing up for This year they are aiming this coming yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s event. to raise $30,000 in the oneCuts 4 Cancer is in its day haircutting blitz at the sixth year, and was started Chop Shop. This year the

event is in honour of Adeline McKay, an individual who has made a signiďŹ cant contribution to the community, who is now battling cancer. Pledge sheets are available to pick up and Morse says some are already in circulation. To kick oďŹ&#x20AC; the event, the Chop Shop is hosting a bar-

becue on Saturday, October 23 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Many local sponsors have stepped up to support the event. Morse is hoping many more will step up to go under the scissors in support of the Drumheller Area Health Foundation.

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Pie in the sky Residents and guests were in heaven after seeing the result of their annual pie social and auction Friday, September 10. After guests had their fill of pie, the rest were auctioned off for as much

as $65 each. In all the auction raised $2,785. Enjoying a slice are Pat Lewis, Brenda Jones, R.J Lewis and Kathleen Lewis. photo submitted

Last year Courtney Morse had first swipe at her dad Rod Morseâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s hair at Cuts 4 Cancer. The event is on this coming February 3, but organizers are getting in gear with a barbecue on Saturday, October 23. inSide photo by Patrick Kolafa


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Cross country ballet Carol Todor and Kelly Kuhl participate in a class streaming from the National Ballet of Canada in Toronto on Saturday, where a So You Think You Can Dance? guest judge taught tuned in dance schools across the nation, Carol Todor’s Dance School included. inSide photo by Kyle Smylie

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when it counted the most. The Sabres hosted their third annual invitational tournament on last Friday and Saturday. The team played well all weekend, but placed fourth at the tourney. The tournament started on Friday when the Sabres

took the Strathmore at 9 a.m. The Sabres dominated the field and had numerous chances, but the few chances that Strathmore had, they capitalized and won 2-0. Later on that day they played Canmore in a game that also doubled as league play, and tied with nil apiece. The Sabres won the shoot-out to help them advance in the tournament, but for league purposes, it goes down as a tie. Their final game on Friday was against Holy Trinity Academy, and the Sabres fell 3-0. The Sabres’ final game of the tournament was against High Wood High School. They were looking forward to playing this team after their close loss the previous week. “In the second half we made great strides in progressing the ball forward,

and shielding the ball and protecting it, and then making the decision on what to do with the ball,” said coach Gavin Makse, adding the team was hampered as a head wind came up in second half. The Sabres lost 1-0. Holy Trinity Academy has now made it a hat trick at the Sabre Invitational Tournament. The Sabres placed fourth. Despite the finish, Makse is undeterred. “These are not teams we can’t beat,” he said. “We have to have more anticipation. That is the biggest thing. Timing is everything in soccer, whether you are slowing down the play or anticipating the pass to go through, it can make a split second difference and that can mean a goal.” The Sabres play Strathmore on Thursday, September 30 at home.

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