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Friday, September 30, 2011 Vol. 5, No. 39 | 12 pages

Downtown Drumheller “Behind the Hoodoo”


Celebrating the arts Leonhardt returns to roots See page 4

Who are you? See page 6

Dragon commits to University of Alaska Fairbanks See page 12

INDEX inSide Opinions .........Page 2 Entertainment ......Pages 5-6 Who are you? .............Page 6 Employment ..........Pages 7-8 inSide Break ..............Page 9 Classifieds .................Page 10 inSide Sports ...........Page 12

Art groups, attractions and businesses in Drumheller have come together to celebrate Alberta Arts Days this weekend, with events at the East Coulee School Museum, downtown Drumheller and the Royal Tyrrell Museum. (l-r) Musician Dou Flotten, Jim Carlson of the Canadian Badlands Artists Association and quilter Gail Anderson are looking forward to the celebrations. See story on page 7. inSide photo by Patrick Kolafa 515 Highway 10 East, Drumheller

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Pledge forms available for Cuts For Cancer

On September 28 staff and students from local schools participated in the annual Terry Fox National School Run Day 2011, Inside Drumheller asked: “What does Terry Fox and his dream mean to you?”

The seventh annual Cuts For Cancer will be held on February 3 and already a few have made the commitment to put their locks on the block to support the Drumheller Area Health Foundation. The annual fundraiser was originally dedicated to the memory of Cathy Morse’s mother. It has grown into a premier fundraising event generating thousands of dollars to purchase needed equipment for the Drumheller Health Centre and to support patients and families. This year, Morse has received a commitment from Ken Schinnour at Allied Distributors to shave his locks to raise funds. She also confirms that a legend will be falling. Even people that don’t know Dave Lee, will recognize his moustache. Yep, it too will be shorn for the right price. “He’s had it since I think he was 14,” said Morse. “He’s got a big old handlebar moustache, so that could be a big

Marquita McNeice “It means a lot to me because I lost two uncles to colon cancer and my aunt has been diagnosed with breast cancer. Terry Fox was a Canadian hero and an inspiration.”

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Charles Coates “Terry Fox raised money for cancer and now we’re raising money to help people too.”



Courtney Morse and the Cat Country Cougar Hunters perform at the Roadhouse last Saturday to kick of the Cuts for Cancer campaign. So far Ken Schin-

draw.” To get the ball rolling, Cuts For Cancer hosted a barbecue featuring the Cat County Cougar Hunters. Cathy’s daughter Courtney even joined up with the band for a few numbers at

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Roger Hamm “One of the Canadian responses to a universal disease, and we’ve kept it going.”

Where have all the green lawns gone? My August utility bill may explain why I used 15 m³ of water that cost $29.80 plus $32.61 for wastewater for a total of $62.41. I use an average of 6 m³ of water in winter months. In August, I used an extra 9 m³ for a water cooled air conditioner that drains to the garden. None of the extra 9 m³ of water went near the sewer but I still paid an extra sewer charge of $21.60. I cannot afford to pay $4.16 per m³ to irrigate my lawn or the town’s boulevard. If I lived in Munson, my utility bill would be $29.45 for water and $8.25 sewer for a total of $37.50 instead of the $62.41 that I pay in Drumheller. The idea that high fixed charges result in a lower price per m³ then the utilities would cost nothing if all costs were included in the fixed charges, which is simply not true. All that fixed charges do is shift the cost from high consump-

tion utility users to the low consumption users. An example is Gospel Hall, which no longer uses utility services but pays a bill of $23.00 every month and gets nothing of value in return. We need someone on council to represent the citizens who elected them and are paying their wages.

Editor inSide Drumheller Dear Editor; In response to the letter published in the September 23 edition of inSide Drumheller, readers are asked to consider the following: 1. Residents of Drumheller currently pay $1.32/m³ for treated water. This is, if not the lowest, then one of the lowest per unit prices for water in east central Alberta. Further, our water rates compare very favourably with water rates for similarly sized communities across the province. 2. Residents of Drumheller do not subsidize the price of water for our municipal partners. In fact, the current unit rate is as low as it is, in part, because of our partnerships. The greater the number of people serviced by our system, the lower the unit rate will tend to be. 3. The prices Mr. Johnson lists for our municipal partners represents the price

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Virginia Sakofsky “My dad and step mom are still here because of cancer research.”

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the Road House Saloon last Saturday in Rosedale. They raised about $630 at the event. All the funds are being directed to the Drumheller Area Health Foundation. Morse says they could al-

Yours truly, Cliff Johnson

Dear Editor; Mitch Toffan, Ally Campbell, and Karissa Reed “He’s a really big influence to everyone in Canada.” “He inspires young kids to do like he did and raise money for cancer.”

nour and Dave Lee have pledged to go under the scissors at the event coming on February 3.

ways use more community members to step forward to get in the barber’s chair for a good cause. This year, pledge forms are only available at the Chop Shop.

at the point of delivery, and do not include the distribution costs each organization applies. The final per unit price for customers of Kneehill County, Starland County, or the Kneehill Water Services Commission are, currently, higher than that paid by residents of Drumheller. 4. Any resident who would like to see more information or verification are encouraged to check any or all of the following: a. East Central Review. Water rates differ by community on the SMRWSC. b. Town of Drumheller. Utility Rate Bylaw 2011. c. Alberta Utilities Commission. http:// Regulated Water Rates and Terms and Conditions of Service. d. Any of the current Town of Drumheller Town Council; including, but not limited to Councillor Andrew Berdahl, (p) 403.334.2327. e. The Town of Drumheller. (p) 403.823.6300. Thank you, for your time and consideration. Sincerely, Andrew Berdahl Councillor Town of Drumheller

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Leonhardt returns to roots Ron Leonhardt had a once in a lifetime chance to visit part of his heritage this summer when he travelled to the last spot his family inhabited in Europe. Leonhardt was part of a mission trip “Returning the Gift” from Grace Lutheran Church to the Ukraine. At the conclusion of his trip, he and his daughter, Lynn Hem-

ming, took a side journey before returning home. This was to a tiny village in Russia. His journey was a journey through history. He explains that when Catherine the Great ruled Russia, she attempted to develop the south of Russia and encouraged settlers to come to the area. “I guess it was sort of like Canada where the home-

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steaders would get a special deal to develop the country. But this was longer ago, it was in the 1760s,” said Leonhardt. His family was among those settlers from Germany and they built the village of Grimm in 1767. There were 179 people who established village. “They lived there and they could practice their own language and religion and didn’t have to serve in the military,” said Leonhardt. “It attracted a lot people from southern Europe.” This continued for more than 100 years until political tides began to shift. It was about this time many families began to leave. The Leonhardt family left in 1907. Over the next year, Leonhardt’s grandparents,

their four sons and two daughters came to the new world. They initially landed in Chicago, and then learned of homesteads in Canada and came to Alberta.

“How we found that tombstone, I don’t know, we wandered around the cemetery for a while and all we could find were Russian names, but we had heard there was one tombstone there with a German name on it.”


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Ron Leonhardt

Five of the six children came to Alberta and one sister married in Chicago and remained. There was no future for the village. By 1941, most German families were banished under Stalin. Leonhardt said men were shipped away to the army or camps. The icons were destroyed, records were burned, leaving virtually no sign that the German settled village ever existed. Russians were relocated to populate the village. Today a very different village stands. Hemming said it is an agrarian village and fairly poor. They saw virtu-

ally no sign of its interesting history. That was until they were wandering through a graveyard, and came upon a tombstone. On it was the name Catherine Elizabeth Leonhardt, born in 1786. “How we found that tombstone, I don’t know, we wandered around the cemetery for a while and all we could find were Russian names, but we had heard there was one tombstone there with a German name on it,” said Leonhardt. “It was pretty neat.” Leonhardt said that to his knowledge, he is the first from the family to go back to the village to see it. “I often heard my dad and his brother talk about the old country and about what it was like to live there. I guess I just wanted to see where we came from. It didn’t really resemble what they talked about… it seems to be all gone.” Hemming felt a connection to her family in the village. “It was really cool to go there and see that this us where our roots are,” said Hemming. She and her father remarked that the landscape was very much like where the Leonhardt’s came to Alberta to homestead.

Ron Leonhardt beside a tombstone in what was the Village of Grimm in Russia. His family settled in the village in the 1760s. In 1907, they came to the Americas. This was the first time he, or any other Leonhardt that he knows of, visited the village. photo submitted

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Drumheller Valley Secondary School runs for cancer Michael James | inSide Drumheller

On Wednesday, September 28 staff and students from DVSS participated in the Terry Fox National School Run Day 2011. The goal of the event is to raise both awareness and money for cancer research. The day began with an assembly in the gym where staff and students listened to moving stories from Principal Curtis LaPierre and guest speaker, Mrs.

Barb Travis. Travis, who some students know as a substitute teacher, described her experience with cancer. Just five months after receiving a mammogram, Travis found a lump on her chest and pulled out of her first bodybuilding competition. She had the lump removed by a cancer specialist, although the doctor she initially saw wanted to wait

and observe. The cancer persisted. In April 2007, Travis was diagnosed with stage one breast cancer. With surgery and sixteen radiation treatments the cancer was beaten. Two months later, she competed in her first bodybuilding competition and will compete in the national championships in two weeks. Travis ended with a poem

composed by her daughter entitled C Stands for Courage. Students then braved the damp weather and began the run, which lasted until they ran eight laps around the road that encircles the DVSS. Afterwards, everyone enjoyed a barbecue provided by Maryam Asef, owner of the Drumheller Fas Gas. Associate Principal Brad Teske and teacher Ryan Hatch put their hair on the

line to encourage students to reach their fundraising goal. If students raise $3000, Mr. Teske will wax his legs. At $5000 Hatch will undergo the painful process of waxing his chest. Student Sam Brown has made a considerable effort to see that the two will soon be sans hair. Brown has raised over $650. The fundraiser ends today, but the search for a cure continues.

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Successful applicants will be contacted. Fax resume to (403) 823-5771, or fill out application at 1100 Railway Ave S., Drumheller, Alberta f38c39m

Earn Extra Cash! And they’re off! The students and staff of the Drumheller Valley Secondary School start the Terry Fox National School Run Day 2011. Despite the drab weather, the streets around the DVSS were filled with participants supporting cancer research. inSide photo by Michael James

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We are seeking cleaning professionals to help maintain one of our newest buildings. This building operates regular business 7 days a week and will need some new Team Members to help deliver service and cleaning excellence. We are dedicated to provide the proper training, uniforms and support for you to complete your tasks. Our requirements for consideration are: 1) Must be legally entitled to work in the province of AB 2) Must be able to converse in English to operate 2 way radios and communicate with our clients 3) Must be available at least 1 of the weekend days 4) Must be a Team Player

House hit and run On Sunday, September 25, at about 2:30 p.m. Drumheller RCMP responded to what was reported to be an explosion of some sort on 5th St. East in the Town of Drumheller. Once on scene, police discovered that a vehicle had struck the corner of a house and then left the scene. No one was injured in the house. With the assistance of a witness, and some preliminary investigation, police

were able to quickly locate and arrest the driver of the vehicle, who was suffering from injuries as a result of the collision. The vehicle is a 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee. The vehicle and house received extensive damage as a result of the collision. A 35 year old male from Drumheller is facing a number of charges including impaired driving and leaving the scene of a collision. inSide photo by Patrick Kolafa

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inSideHappenings DAYTIME EVENTS Saturday, October 1 & Sunday, October 2: Playing at The Napier Theatre... Matinees 2:00 p.m., Winnie the Pooh. Closed Mondays. Saturday, October 1, Drumheller: Celebrate Alberta Arts Days in Downtown Drumheller! Noon - 6 p.m. Lots to see - lots to do!! Farmers Market, Art Gallery, Quilt Show, Demonstrations, Activities, Concert featuring Hoodoo Voodoo and Lannigan Band. Plan to attend. All events are FREE. Saturday, October 1, Drumheller: Free Pool Party! End of Summer Family Swim. 2:00 - 4:00 pm. Pizza to follow. Register before September 25 with Yvonne 403-8205157. Presented by Golden Prairie ParentLink Centre. Sunday, October 2, Midland: Drumheller Elks Pancake Breakfast at the Midland Community Hall. 9 am - 1 pm. Friday, October 7, Drumheller: Drumheller Public Library presents Open House & Snapshot Day Sunday, October 9, Munson: The Munson Fire Department 12th Annual Pancake Breakfast in recognition of Fire Prevention Week. 8:30 am - 12:00 noon. Munson Community Hall. Saturday, October 15, Rowley: Rowley Community Hall is having a Steak and Lobster Supper from 5 to 8 pm. $40.00 per person, $15.00 steak supper only. For reservations call: Sharon @ 403-772-3800 or Doug @ 403-368-3757. Reservations have to be paid prior to October 7. Sam’s Saloon open after supper. Sunday, October 30, Hand Hills: Annual Turkey Supper. 3:00 - 7:00 p.m. Mark your calendars! Thursday afternoons, Drumheller: Farmers’ Market at Greentree Mall every Thurs. 2:30 - 6:00 pm. Wednesday Afternoon: KidsClub After School Program. 3:30 - 5:30 p.m. Drumheller Church of the Nazarene. 627 6 Street East 403-823-7020 for information.

DRUMHELLER AREA NIGHTLIFE Friday, September 30 and Sunday, October 2 - Thursday, October 6: Playing at The Napier Theatre... Contagion, 7:30 p.m. Closed Mondays. Friday, September 30, East Coulee: Kick-off Concert for Alberta Arts Days. East Coulee School Museum, 7 - 10 p.m. Featuring the Fire Coulee Bandits and Roadside Attraction. Admission is FREE! Sept. 9 - October 22, Rosebud: Rosebud Theatre presents Queen Milli of Galt. Call for tickets or information 1-800-267-7553. Saturday, October 1, Drumheller: Special screening of ‘Unforgiven’ at the Napier Theatre, 7:30 p.m. In celebration of Arts Days. Admission is FREE! Saturday, October 1, Drumheller: Crazy About Karaoke at Vintage Pub & Grill. 9:30 p.m. Saturday, October 15, Rowley: Rowley Community Hall is having a Steak and Lobster Supper from 5 to 8 pm. $40.00 per person, $15.00 steak supper only. For reservations call: Sharon @ 403-772-3800 or Doug @ 403-368-3757. Reservations have to be paid prior to October 7. Sam’s Saloon open after supper. Friday, October 21, Drumheller: Charity Gala Dinner. Elim Pentecostal Tabernacle. 6:00 p.m. Jacob Moon in concert. For tickets call 403-823-8207. Sunday, October 30, Hand Hills: Annual Turkey Supper. 3:00 - 7:00 p.m. Mark your calendars! Monday evenings, Nacmine: Community Bingo at Nacmine Hall. Doors open 6 p.m. Bingo starts at 7:30 p.m. Thursday evenings, Drumheller: Ballroom Night, carol todor dance school, 7:30 pm. Friday evenings, Drumheller: Karaoke by Rising Star, 9:30 p.m. at Dino’s Pub. Drink specials and bar food available.

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Age: 41. Employer: Drumheller Valley Secondary School. Job Title: Associate Principal. How long have you been living in Drumheller?: Nine years teaching, and two as Associate Principal. Where are you from originally?: Edmonton. Go Oilers! What are some of your top travel destinations?: Mexico, Hawaii, and Switzerland. I haven’t seen them yet. In Canada, I want to get out to the east coast. If you could travel through time, where and when would you like to visit?: I would go back to the mid-1800s to the wild west. If you were stranded on a deserted island what three things would you bring (except a boat)?: I’d have to say a bible for sure. That’s

tough. My phone. Do I have service out there? We’ll assume you have service. Assuming there’s service, my phone. Also my family. If you could hang out with anyone, who would it be and what would you do?: I’d have to say Martin Luther, and I’d go hang out in a pub with him. What are some of your favourite movies?: Lonesome Dove. If you were making a movie about your life, who would you want to play the part of you?: Brad Pitt. What’s on your playlist these days?: I’ve got a whole range, from Christian music, top 40, to classic rock. Aerosmith, AC/DC, Guns n’ Roses, they’re on my playlist for sure. Any words of wisdom?: It’s about everyday life: “If you don’t take the time to stop and look, you might miss it.”

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thought Lori Stefanishion inSide Drumheller Food Columnist Here is one of those easy “fix and forget it” dishes that are so handy to serve when time is of the essence. You can prepare the meat in advance and can also alternately put it into a crock pot to slow cook all day. This is a good use for the less expensive cuts of steak unlike the ones we were used to barbecuing all summer.

Add the broth, bring to a boil, then cover and simmer for at least 1 ½ hours. Just before serving, remove from pan and keep warm. Mix the flour and water, then stir into the broth, cooking until thick. Take the toothpicks from meat and return to pan of gravy to heat through to serve. Sprinkle with fresh parsley.

(The recipe makes 8 servings, but they are very filling and may be sliced in half for lighter eaters.)

Beef Rouladen

¼ cup Dijon mustard 8 top round steaks (1/4 inch thick) 8 bacon strips 1 onion, thinly sliced 3 Tbsp oil 3 cups beef broth 1/3 cup flour ½ cup water Lightly spread steaks with mustard then place 1 bacon strip and some onion slices on each. Roll tightly and secure with 2 toothpicks. Brown on all sides in the oil in a large pan.


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Spirit of cooperation builds Arts Days in Drumheller

“I think it is going to be a lot of fun and really exciting. We have never had this many artists work together on a project like this before.” Mike Todor

On Saturday, downtown will be alive with the arts. Music throughout the day will be provided by the Lannigan Band, The Yelping Coyotes and Hoodoo Voodoo. Dancers from Carol Todor’s Dance School and Kaleidoscope Theatre will also be onstage. The Canadian Badlands Artists Association will have strong presence in the

core. It will be operating a photo booth and will have a space for kids to create their own works of art with sidewalk chalk. They will be hosting photography and painting demonstrations. Other artisans and art groups will also be displaying their works. The weekly Farmers' Market will also be downtown during Arts Days from 1 – 4 p.m. The library will have a gallery and the night will cap off with a screening of Unforgiven at the Napier Theatre. The spirit of the arts community is alive and flourishing in Drumheller, and is playing a role in defining downtown. “There are three galleries, a galleria and a recording studio in downtown. There is another artist looking to set up a workshop,” said Todor. “Soon we are going to see people coming to Drumheller to buy art, and it is going to make a tremendous difference to everyone's businesses.”

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The arts in Drumheller are certainly something to celebrate, and this weekend that is just what the community will be doing. As part of Alberta Arts Days, downtown Drumheller will be alive with the creativity that makes the community strong. According to Mike Todor, downtown businessman and member of the Canadian Badlands Artists Association, the event is being held in the spirit of cooperation. “I think it is going to be a lot of fun and really exciting. We have never had this many artists work together on a project like this before,” said Todor. Partners in the event include The Canadian Badlands Passion Play, Downtown Drumheller, the East Coulee School Museum and the Canadian Badlands Artists Association. The conglomeration was able to secure a grant for the celebration and according

to Todor, that means the events will be free of charge. On Friday night, the East Coulee School Museum will be alive with music as local acts, Roadside Attractions and the Fire Coulee Bandits will be onstage. Concession is in support of the East Coulee School Museum.


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Free admission at Tyrrell for Arts Days Patrick Kolafa | inSide Drumheller

There will also be Create More information can be a Cast sessions on Satur- found at www.tyrrellmuseResidents and visitors day and Sunday for a small alike have a chance to see charge. the incredible work of the Royal Tyrrell Museum free during Arts Days. The museum, along with other provincially operata little spicy ed attractions are forgoing bbyy CC. Ai Aiello Aiell Aie A i llo loo but always welcome admission from September 30 to October 2. I know dogs can’t talk. but if they could... Last Sunday, when it was so lovely out (so this is global warming?), I “Alberta Arts Days is thought that I should get out and enjoy the day rather than watch the Tiger powered by a passion and Cats pummel the Stampeders. First of course, I had to decide where I wanted to go. I chose the path out to McMullen Island Park. creative energy with a surThere are no real “nature” paths as such any more. Everything is paved, and plus large enough to sell on a yard wide. They are really more pedestrian freeways than there are nature to the grid,” said Lindsay paths. And pity the tree or bush that happens to over grow said path. It soon feels the bite of the chain saw. No, these paths were not made for nature, they Blackett, Minister of Culwere cut through nature, so that nature might not impede your progress. At ture and Community Spirany rate, I took the path least travelled. What I mean is, I met no one coming, it. “I encourage everyone or going. As I walked along, inhaling the fragrances of early autumn, and the to take part in the many brilliant golden leaves of the cottonwoods backed by an autumn blue sky, I activities across Alberta saw something I had never seen before. It was a sign. It meant nothing to me, because I didn’t have one with me. An animal that is, specifically a dog, and make this weekend’s although the wording didn’t restrict to dogs. It read “Animal Relief Station”. celebration the best ever.” We’re all seen “Pet Stop Ahead” signs on major highways, and it usually The museum will be means “Bathroom Ahead”, but come on, “Animal Relief Station?’ Really”. You’re walking down the path with Spot, on a leash (good citizen that you running all sorts of proare), and Spot starts nosing around for a place. He hunches down here or grams this coming weekthere, when you take notice. “No boy, not here. Come on, you can hold it until we get to the Relief end, including live and Station, it’s just up here about 100 yards.” Spot looks at you incredulously. video presentations on “Are you nuts?” “I’m a dog, when we need to go, we go, and I need to go.” palaeontology. The Royal “You just pull out that plastic bag , and you can have the privilege of holding it for the next 100 yards.” Tyrrell Museum’s resident You tug on the leash, “No boy, no.” photographer will be do“Hey, you pull that leash one more time and you and your best friend are going to have a physical attraction.” ing a presentation on how “Relief Station.” “A Relief Station for me and my kind is a fire hydrant, a tire to capture the best of the or tree, and if it’s no.2, a nice patch on your neighbours lawn, or behind his badlands with a camera. caragana.” “Which by the way is why they invented caraganas.” So, there you have it. A Rest Stop for dogs. Who knew? And what purpose Visitors can also particidoes it really serve? I mean that sign could have been put anywhere for all the pate in hands-on activities good it will do. I guess the Animal Rights people would be happy. including making a dinosaur mask.


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Brittany Stahl, left, accepts the Pure Math Scholarship Doug Lubinski, left, of Western Chev Olds, presents Britsponsored by the Royal Canadian Legion, from Celeste tany Gendron with the Community Service Award. The recipient is accepted into a recognized post secondary Schrock. institution and has demonstrated a commitment to community service while attending high school.

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Chamber of Commerce Business Scholarship Gordon Van Kannel, left, manager of Drumheller Co-op, presents Shayla Borowicz with the Drumheller and District Chamber of Commerce Business Scholarship. The recipient must be enrolled in a post secondary institution in the field of business.

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Teacher Kurt Phillips, left, presents the Social Studies 30 Brandon Gruber, left, accepts the Math 31 Scholarship Scholarship, sponsored by St. Anthony’s School to Kelsey from Celeste Schrock. The scholarship is sponsored by The Royal Canadian Legion. Christal.

Bill Judge, left, presents Kelsey Christal with the Religion 35 Award. This scholarship is sponsored by St. Anthony’s Roman Catholic Church.

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I read a good article this past week about roses and though there was a lot of useful information to pass on. Nearly everyone loves roses, including deer. But there are different varieties to grow depending on what you are looking for. The deer don’t really have a preference! First the varieties: CLIMBERS: They are vigorous growers and folks try and get them trained to climb walls and trellis. Lots of different colours and fragrances, but check for hardiness for our area, Zone 3. FLORIBUNDA: These are bushy 2 to 4 foot tall bushes and usually put on a flower show for most of the summer. More popular for smaller gardens. GRANDIFLORIA: These shrubs reach 4 to 6 feet and exhibit the best of the traits of their parents. They are hardy, give lots of blooms for the summer season and have good disease resistance. HYBRID TEA: Not hardy for our season but are valued for a potted plant over the summer and will give us beautiful single blooms and are usually very fragrant. They provide great cut flowers for the rose bowls we all have up in the cupboard. MINIATURE: These are some of the most amazing plants, and they will give you an amazing display of roses all summer long. You can plant these in the ground or in planters and they are comfortable either way. I have a little bit of luck keeping these over by bringing them inside the house for the winter. Place them in the sunniest

window you have, preferably in a full south facing window. Watch closely and if they do get aphids just toss them because you will treat them all winter long and they are not worth the trouble, you can usually replace them in the spring for under $10.00. I just like to push the envelope sometimes to see if I can. OLD GARDEN: Heirloom roses adapt to many landscapes uses and extreme climates. I believe these would be ones to watch for suckering and to be aware that they will likely take up more room because of this. SHRUB: Outstanding modern roses with various forms, from neat bushes to sprawling plants. Easy care shrub roses work well in hedges, remember the word sprawling. SPECIES: Native wild plants that are tough as nails but usually are best suited for the naturalistic garden. Belonging to the same family as the apple family, the rose hips are often used for herbal teas, jams, jellies and they have a high level of vitamin C. Deer are healthy. There are usually folks at the green houses that will be able to help you make a good choice for your garden. Lots of good info so I will pass on tips of planting and growing healthy roses in my next article. Have a good week and Happy Gardening! Jackie Friedley

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The Drumheller Dragons would like to congratulate Davin Stener on his recent verbal commitment to the University of Alaska Fairbanks for the 2013-14 season. Stener, a 1994-born, 5’10”, 170 pound left defenseman from Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, is beginning his second season with the Dragons. “I’m grateful for the opportunity,” comments Stener. “I was very impressed with Coach Ferguson and his philosophy on the game and personal growth. They value the same things at Fairbanks as we do in Drumheller. I think it will be a great fit and a tremendous experience in the future.” Last season, as a 16-year old, he tallied 2 goals and 19 assists for 21 points, along with 89 penalty minutes, in 56 games played for Drumheller. Prior to joining the Dragons, Stener played as a 15-year old for the Fort Saskatchewan Midget AAA Rangers in the AMHL, and that same season competed in the 2009 Western Canada U16 Challenge Cup, where he was instrumental in Team Alberta’s Gold Medal effort. Davin was also a member of Hockey Alberta’s 31 Player Short List during the Team Pacific selection process for the 2010-11 World U17 Hockey Challenge.

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With his commitment to UAF, Stener joins current and former Dragons teammates, Sam Lawson (2012-13) and Justin Tateson (2011-12), as well as Dragons alumni Brandon and Dion Knelsen, as players who have moved from the Drumheller program to the NCAA Division I Nanooks. Dragons’ Assistant Coach and Assistant Director of Player Development, David Ferrari, adds, “We’re very proud of Davin and the hard work he’s put in. He’s very deserving of this opportunity. We feel his personal and athletic growth will continue to be exponential throughout his career both in Drumheller and at UAF.”








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