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National college curling champion coming home Jazmine Inkster Student Reporter Local curler Kenton Maschmeyer is one of the many curlers coming out to take part in the 25 anniversary of the Last Chance Bonspiel and play in the celebrity mini game. However, this avid curler has had plenty of experiences that stretch far beyond the bounds of Lamont County. Maschmeyer’s college team from NAIT recently won the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) National Curling Championship, which they hosted in March at the Avonaire Curling Club. “To win it in your own club is pretty special” he added. As well, when Maschmeyer was 16, he went to the Alberta Winter Games in
Wainwright, placing third. Maschmeyer began curling young, at only 10 years old here in the Lamont Recreation Center, is where he got the beginnings of his training and time on the ice. Now, he is part of two curling teams (his college team at NAIT, and a junior team from Fort Saskatchewan) “I’m probably on the ice six days a week” explained Maschmeyer “Quite a bit of time is committed to curling” Along with all of the support from his parents, Maschmeyer also attributes some of his success to the Alberta Rocks junior camps, where he was told that he had potential, and a good chance of making it in the sport. Apart from his time spent curling, Maschmeyer also is a student at NAIT, and enjoys working on the
farm, as well as spending time with friends during his free time. Taking part in the Last Chance Bonspiel here in Lamont is not a new experience, as he has put in a team for the last three years. H o w e v e r , Maschmeyer looks forward to curling with the celebrities who have come to take part, such as Heather and David Nedohin, as well as former premier Ed Stelmach. “It will be cool to curl with some of the people I cheered on as a kid” As far as his own goals, Maschmeyer hopes to one day be able to curl in the Tim Hortons Brier saying it would really be a dream come true. “This year, we got the opportunity to curl on the Brier ice before the games.” His team was one that went out and
had a few ‘test runs’ on the ice to make sure that it was up to performance level when the games
began. For now though, he will continue playing with his college team, as
well as here in the bonspiel, and says he plans to keep curling well into his future.
Kenton Maschmeyer is bringing his team of friends to participate in the Last Chance Bonspiel. Maschmeyer will also be taking part in the Celebrity Mini Spiel. Pictured from left to right: Courtanne Bolduc, Ben Bellamy, Taylore Theroux, and Kenton Maschmeyer.
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Elmer Pullishy (left) was putting some final touches on the curling lanes made in the hockey arena for the Last Chance Bonspiel. Action gets underway Wednesday (April 3). Opening ceremonies will kick off Friday at 8 pm, featuring celebrity curlers such as Kenton Maschmeyer who’s team won the CCAA National Championship.
2 - The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Lamont doctor scales Mt. Kilimanjaro Michelle Pinon Editor
Never one to turn down a challenge, Dr. John Slanina couldn’t pass on the opportunity to climb the highest peak in Africa when he was asked to go by a couple of his patients several months ago. It was an unforgettable once in a lifetime experience, for the 58-year-old physician who has been practicing at the Lamont Health Care Centre for the past eight years. Fresh off his incredible seven day journey, Dr. Slanina was gracious enough to share his thoughts and feelings about the remarkable adventure which proved to be physically, mentally, and spiritually exhausting, exhilarating, and inspiring all at the same time. He was part of an eight member contingent who scaled Mt. Kilimanjaro to reach its summit at 19,341 feet or 5,895 metres. It is the fourth highest mountain in the world and its highest peak is Uhuru Peak on Kibo’s crater rim. While the origin of the mountain’s name is not precisely known, it is commonly referred to as “Freedom Peak.” On average, 40,000 people a year try to reach its summit, but nearly half of them have to turn back because of serious side effects such as loss of balance, dizziness, vomiting due to its elevation and low oxygen levels. In extreme cases those side effects can be fatal. “The air is very low,” says Dr. Slanina, and that’s why it is advisable to take special medication to combat those side effects before and during the trek. Dr. Slanina even brought an oxygen machine with him to measure levels of participants throughout the excursion. Dr. Sanina arrived in Tanzania on March 16th and began the trek the following day. Unfortunately, his equipment did not arrive on time, and he had to start day one without it. Even though most of his body was covered in clothing, his face and hands got burned in the heat which hovered around 36 degrees celsius. His first challenge was dealing with leg cramps. Dr. Slanina had to determine whether the cramps were from blood clots or muscular cramps. After he got cramps in both his legs, Dr. Slanina said he knew it was the cramps. He didn’t tell any of the porters or guides because he didn’t want to be sent back down, and chose instead to ride them out. “I decided to push it up to the end.” It proved to be a wise decision, and day two was much better and there was easier terrain. On day three, his equipment arrived. By then the temperature had dropped to around 15 degrees celsius. “You had to go very slow,” adds Slanina, and drink between two and three litres of water per day with several small meals throughout the day. As the days went by, the terrain went from jungle to brush to barren soil and volcanic rocks. Closer to the summit there were glaciers. The final leg of the journey was under the veil of darkness. Although it was only 100 metres from Stella Point to Uhuru Peak, it took 45 minutes to walk that distance. Shortly after sunrise Dr. Slanina and the rest of his group reached the summit. They had less than 10 minutes to enjoy the view from the top and take pictures because of limited oxygen, but Dr. Slanina took five minutes to offer up his prayers and gratitude, savoring the tranquility and peacefulness. Dr. Slanina wipes away tears from his eyes and apologizes as he reflects on that magnificent moment that he holds dear, and will undoubtedly, cherish in his heart forever. His adventure is truly inspiring, and one that has spurred him onto contemplating another. “My next project is to travel from coast to coast in Australia.” With Mt. Robson, thrown in for good measure.
Dr. Slanina found it very gratifying to reach Uhuru Peak after seven days of adruous climbing.
Dr. Slanina, far right, leaves Lava Tower ahead of his hiking mates.
The terrain was ever changing, and went from jungle, to brush, to barren soil, and large rocks.
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Lamont Ladies ‘Think Green’ Bonspiel provides source of great laughs, curling and charitable donations from participants
Second place winners from left to right: skip Veronica Maschmeyer, third Sydney Parent, second Breanne Koziak, and lead Katelyn Skolski. First place winners from left to right: lead Faye Wong, second Alanna Heydanus, third Barbara Jonsson, and skip Ollie Waschuk.
Third place winners from left to right: third Amber Shumansky, skip Kirby Johnston, second Jasmine Konsorada, and lead Amy Sheptycki.
Fourth place winners from left to right: skip Miranda Koroluk, third Marilyn Koroluk, third Sandi Maschmeyer, and lead Shirley Konsorada.
A total of 18 teams participated in the bonspiel on March 15 and 16. Proceeds from the raffles and silent auction were donated to STARS and the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.
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Paying Tribute A man of the people. That's how many are referring to late former premier Ralph Klein. For me, he reminded me of my mom, in that he told it like it was. No sugar coating. Even if you didn't like what they had to say, you knew they were being honest and forthright, and you wanted to support them and their decisions even if you didn't always agree with them or want to do it, because it was the right thing to do. Doing the right thing; is the hardest thing. People who do the right thing are often greeted with criticism, opposition and disapproval, so having the fortitude to move forward with unpopular thoughts, ideas, plans, and policies takes great strength, confidence, and courage of conviction. There is much to be said for Klein and others like him. In the end we are all better for the tough decisions and choices that had to be made for the greater good, and are stronger and wiser because of them.
Fair weather days? Like many others, I was so glad to put winter behind me this past Easter weekend, relishing the warmer temperatures and melting snow. The sun was warm on my face. Temperatures hovered between 10 and 12 degrees celsius in Jasper. My spirits lifted considerably. That was until I heard the long range forecast on Tuesday that called for rain as well as flurries later this week. This is when you hope against hope the weatherman is wrong, or you book a quick trip to a tropical oasis; but since I can't do either, I will have to go with the flow or precipitation. But I probably won't go without a complaint or two. I've often thought it funny that we make such a big deal, and offer up our comments on the weather (mostly negative in the colder months), to everyone and anyone who will listen. It's even more ironic given the fact I grew up in Alberta. It's quite the phenomenon, maybe even something that can't be easily explained? If someone has the answer, please let me know. In the meantime, I will just have to try to grin and bear it.
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Letter to the Editor Concerned citizen appalled by Harper’s insensitivity towards Venezuela’s late leader Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s reaction to the untimely death of Venezuelan’s popular Leader Hugo Chavez is calloused and insensitive to say the least. Should one have seen Harper turning cartwheels in the halls of 24 Sussex Dr. it would be no great surprise. Harper’s statement “I hope the people of Venezuela can now build for them-
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selves a better, brighter future based on the principles of freedom, democracy, the rule of law and respect for human rights” barely contains his jubilance on Chavez’s death This from a man, who ignored the law countless times (CWB), prorogued Parliament and appointed lackey Conservative Senators whenever it suited his needs.
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Play And Learn Program wraps up in Bruderheim CALC thanks its many volunteers Submitted by CALC The Play And Learn (PAL) Program in Bruderheim concluded its spring season on March 18. Bruderheim Mayor Karl Hauch and Debby Gargus, chairperson for the Lamont County Community Adult Learning Council (CALC) board, were on hand to celebrate another successful season of Bruderheim Mayor Karl Hauch, left, shares some coffee, cake and conversation with CALC board chairperson Debby Gargus during the wrap up event at the Moravian Church March 18.
PUBLIC NOTICE WATER ACT NOTICE OF APPLICATION Notice is given that Lamont County has filed an application under the provisions of the Water Act for wetland removal for the purpose of road improvement works located at: SW 04-058-17-W4 and NE 32-057-16-W4 near the Village of Andrew. The proponent will provide compensation for the loss of wetland habitat. Any person who is dĂrectty affected by the application may submit a statement of concern to: Environment and Sustainable Resource Development Regulatory Approvals Center Main Floor, Oxbridge Place 9820 106 Street EDMONTON AB T5K 2J6 Phone: 780 427-6311 Fax: 780 422-0154 within 7 days of the providing of this notice. Please quote file number: 00326425 Further information regarding this project can be obtained from: Ryan Wonnacott AMEC Environment & Infrastructure 5681 70 Street Edmonton, Alberta T6B 3P6 Phone: 780-436-2152 Fax: 780-435-8425 Statements filed regarding this application are public records which are accessible by the public. Statements should explain why the filer is directly affected and provide the full printed name, phone number and/or email address, postal address and legal land location of the filer. Failure to file statements of concerns may affect the right to file a notice of appeal with the Environmental Appeals Board.
family literacy programming. Gargus was very moved by the responses of participants who shared their experiences, and how the program has impacted their lives. Gargus thanked Mayor Hauch for his personal and selfless financial contributions to the PAL program. She also expressed gratitude to the Bruderheim Moravian
Church for providing the facility. Caterers Caroline and Ruth Bartz got a round of applause for their weekly creations. Gargus also gave kudos to PAL facilitators Linda Mills and Odette Romanchuk for a job well done, and for child care providers Judy Smith, Theresa Ratzloff, and Kristen Fragoso for taking good care of the children.
6 - The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Another successful hockey season in Lamont County Lamont Atoms win gold
Congratulations to all our teams for a great season!
Back row left to right: Asst. Coach Brad Onushko, Head Coach Les Kardash, Asst. Coach Dennis Vanbrabrant, Asst. Coach Nicole Marofke. Front row left to right: Connor Heward, Terri-Lynn Nic, Raymond Pelrine, Cody Onushko, Max Farell, Seth WIlliams and Fredrick Farell, Cara Stuermer, goalie Connor Kardash and Kalem Stuermer.
Lamont Novice win silver
Lamont Minor hockey season has come to an end, and several of its teams are able to boast about another successful winter. Many of the teams from Lamont County capped off league play Friday March 22 Sunday March 24, with successful playoffs and came home with banners documenting their wins. Among the teams were the Lamont Atoms who brought home bronze, Andrew Atoms, and Lamont Novice who both came home with silver, and Lamont Atoms who were awarded gold. Lamont Atoms, coached by Les Kardash,
had a hard fight for the win, losing their first game in Calahoo on Friday 5-4, and then winning 5-4 in a shoot out Saturday. On Sunday Lamont won 4-3 to be able to bring home the gold. Saturday Lamont Novice and Smoky Lake played their first game in a two game series. They tied 3-3 on Saturday, and went on to play Sunday losing in a tough battle 6-2 in Smoky Lake. Lamont Atoms, coached by Ward Hoculak, played Fort Saskatchewan 3B in a two game total point series. Lamont won 5-4 at home on Saturday, then went on to win in a
7-0 on Sunday in Bruderhiem. Markus Taylor had an amazing game with a shut out stopping 23 shots. Andrew Atoms won their first game against the CNN team 9-5, but lost the next two games, to take home the silver banner to Andrew. Mundare’s Novice team won the consolation round against Sturgeon. The Lamont Midget team suffered a tough loss in the bronze medal round to finish in fourth place. Overall, the successes were many, and both the players and coaches look forward to another great season next winter.
Open House – New Date Back row left to front: Asst. Coach Chad DIckinson, Head Coach Andy Yuke, Asst. Coach Brad Onusko, Asst. Coach Corey Oshust. Third row left to right: Elizabeth McPhillamey, Jonathen Derksen, Gage Ridsdale, Hunter Offenburger, and Cody Pelrine. Remaining players: Konnor Kalbfeisch, Kale Williams, Kade Dickinson, Mason Oshust, Adam Yuke and Dylan Onushko, goalie Matthew Enns. Missing Asst. Coach Mike Burant, Jaxon Burant and Hunter Neufeld.
Lamont Atoms win bronze
April 11, 2013 4:00 to 8:00 pm Strathcona County Josephburg Community Hall #57, 54569 Range Road 215 Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta T8L 4B9 You are invited to attend an open house for the proposed TC Terminals Project. This event has been rescheduled, and will now take place on April 11, 2013. TC Terminals GP Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of TransCanada, is currently engaging with stakeholders and Aboriginal communities to assess the viability of a new terminal project in central Alberta. The proposed project will consist of a tank terminal and associated tank facilities located northeast of Edmonton on TransCanada owned land to help assist in the movement and storage of crude oil from the Heartland area to TransCanada’s Hardisty, Alberta facilities. As Alberta crude oil production continues to grow, it will be important to have the necessary infrastructure in place to safely and reliably store and ship oil resources to meet growing demands. Bring your questions, ideas and input and we’ll supply the refreshments. We’re looking forward to meeting you. For more information, please feel free to contact us at:
Back row left to front: Asst. Coach Brendan McCormick, Asst. Coach Corey Oshust, Head Coach Ward Hoculak, Trainer Matt Hoculak, Quintin Atkinson, Brady Pelrine, Kale Ridsdale, Ethan Zago, Tom Hoculak, Caleb Oshust, Logan Hafner, Chris Couillard and goalie Markus Taylor.
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