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Andrew Charity Hockey Game raises over $300 for FCSS
Andrew School students faced off against staff and community members to raise money for a local charity last Friday. A mini-game was played in the afternoon and a 45 minute game in the evening.
Dedication Ceremony marks milestone Lamont Health Care Centre pays tribute to former premier Ed Stelmach BY MICHELLE PINON Editor
More than 100 people attended the dedication ceremony for the Morley Young Manor assisted living complex in Lamont this past Friday. Tributes were made in honour of the former physician, who practiced medicine at the Lamont Health Centre and left an indelible mark on people from all walks of life and all around the world. Board chairman Kent Harrold paid tribute to Morley Young, and reflected on his philosophies, career, community service, and accomplishments. Described as a “remarkable visionary,”
Young was one of the first doctors in Canada to receive his surgical license. Harrold talked about the farm boy from Manitoba, who found his calling in life, and how he found his calling when he came to Lamont in 1922 to work in the small mission hospital. He spoke of Young’s home visits and how he persuaded some men from the local dealership to come up with some sort of contrivance in order to make it through plugged roads in the countryside during harsh, snow laden winter months. Called “the bug” the Ford chassis with ski’s on the front , and held down with sisal
ropes on the front and back. The next model came with a cockpit. “The local population marvelled and wondered over these things.” Young also taught nurses, as there was a training school at the hospital. Former students often spoke of the kindness of town residents who welcomed students into their homes for meals and took them out for outings. Dr. Young, and his family started a young people’s group which featured many different activities from educational speakers to Bible stories, plays, wiener roasts and skating parties. In fact, many of the
local youth and the students kept in touch during World War II. He challenged his young charges to embark
on their own personal quest to ask the right questions, and to discover what God had intended for them.
Former Premier Ed Stelmach, poses with Rev. Lynn Maki, middle, and Molly Weleschuk at the book signing in the Honourable Ed Stelmach Library.
One of Dr. Young’s achievements was the establishment of the first medical health insurance plan in Canada back in 1933 through a special agreement. “In the late fifties and sixties, he urged the government to build auxiliary hospitals and nursing homes to address the needs of the elderly.” Dr. Young held many prestigious titles with various medical associations. “He was one of a small contingent of doctors to be recognized for the quality of his work, and integrity of his profession, and how he met the needs of the community.” Cont’d on page 3
2 - The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Local resident makes a difference BY MICHELLE PINON Editor
About a year ago Lamont area resident Janelle Beverly was online when a contest for difference makers popped up on her computer screen. She decided to apply, and proceeded to
Rick Hansen’s “Many In Motion” cross country tour. “I thought it’d be a cool thing, but I never expected I’d be in it.” But on March 8th, Beverly participated in the Leduc leg of the national tour, carrying an engraved silver medal, along with her one-year-old grand-
Janelle Beverly shows off the medal she received during the Leduc leg of the Many In Motion tour. Looking off into the distance is her one-year-old granddaughter Hayden. forget about it until she was notified this past December that she had been selected from thousands of people, to run in
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daughter Hayden along a 250 metre stretch of roadway in a residential district of the nearby city. Beverly said she was “so honoured to participate”
in the commemorative relay marking 25 years since the original “Man In Motion” tour in which paraplegic Hansen wheeled his way throughout Canada and several other countries to raise money for spinal cord research. The runners supported each other, and she walked around two kilometres in total, and stopping at a couple of local schools during the exciting day. The joyous atmosphere was infectious, and Beverly said, “The people were so much fun.” Spirits were so high, and Beverly said she enjoyed the high fives and personal support she received during her leg of the journey. Being one of 7,000 difference makers selected to participate in the tour, was indeed a heartwarming experience, and one that will be etched in her memory forever. Beverly, a mother of three children, and one grandchild, has worked in the field of education for 15 years as a teacher’s aide. She has always
been an active volunteer. Before she moved to the area a year and a half ago, Beverly resided in Hinton, where she organized conferences for children, volunteered with the cancer society, and spent many years
Principal Sven Danzinger, Cynthia Willis, Bruderheim Parent Adisory Council (BPAC) chairperson, centre, and BPAC treasurer Kimberly Marshall hold up a cheque from Enbridge Pipelines for $852 in support of Bruderheim School Volunteers & Friends BBQ & Family Dance hosted by BPAC this past June. Mayor Karl Hauch submitted the grant application to Enbridge Pipelines.
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Plaques unveiled at dedication ceremony Cont. from front page Because of Dr. Young's intelligence, ingenuity, and generosity; Harrold added that people in the community have and continue to be benefactors of his work. Board member Trudy Harrold touched on the uniqueness of the facility, and harkened back to the 1997 sod turning ceremony. "Fifteen years later there are 42 units and two common areas, which encompass individual, personal and community space as well as address the physical health needs of residents. Truly, a "community in place," which accommodates all of the phases of aging, Harrold had nothing but admiration for the board and staff and residents who have created such a close knit community. She then introduced residents Frances Shlichta and Jamie Fedyniak, who jointly unveiled a dedication plaque. Fellow board member Mae Adamyk told the audience how honoured she was to be able to pay tribute to Ed Stelmach, the former premier who she considers to be a friend. They are former colleagues as well, serving on both county council and the hospital board. "I watched him grow as an MLA, and he has honoured us with many portfolios. Adamyk spoke with pride as she described Stelmach as a person who brought so much dignity and class to the
table, and regarded him highly as a "thinker" and "humble" human being with a wonderful smile, who always remembered their names. "He is a humble man of integrity." She mentioned his family, faith, friends, love of the land, and desire to be a steward of the land as well as the province. Stelmach was presented with two pictures, that were hung in the library of the manor
â€œHe is a humble man of integrityâ€? following the dedication ceremony. In kind, Ed and Marie Stelmach donated a couple of pictures for the facility, as well as a box of books for the library named in his honour. Several people in the audience made donations to the library, and had some of their own books autographed by Stelmach following the ceremony. Stelmach, who was born in the hospital, talked about a photograph Ed Melnyk had taken of his family while leaving the hospital rounds with Dr. Young. He recalled his father buying a 1951 Chevrolet car to take him home in.
It was a wet year, and they couldn't drive home on the Zawale Road. Stelmach expressed his heartfelt thanks on behalf of his family for the special tribute, and also paid tribute to Dr. Young and his staff at the facility who have supported many families throughout years of treatment. Fred Horne, the Minister of Health and Wellness, sent a letter of congratulations, and expressed his gratitude to all residents, families and community leaders for the important accomplishment in the Lamont community. Horne also acknowledge the efforts of Stelmach. "He has dedicated his career in the public service to improving the lives of his constituents and Albertans as a whole. His extensive resume in public service includes time spent as a member of the Lamont Auxiliary Hospital and Nursing Home Board. â€œFor more than 15 years, the Morley Young Manor Assisted Living Complex has grown with the Lamont community, successfully delivering essential health care needs to area residents. With this dedication ceremony, you mark an important milestone in your service to your community. The work done at this facility is helping to build a healthy, supportive Alberta, where people live, thrive, and reach their full potential."
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Lamont Health Care Centre board member Mae Adamyk, left, pays tribute to former premier Ed Stelmach while his wife Marie looks on.
Morley Young Manor residents Frances Shlichta, left and Jamie Fedyniak unveil a dedication plaque.
Local author Walter Melnyk addresses the audience.
4 - The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), Tuesday, March 20, 2012
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Kudos and Thank You The Lamont Figure Skating Club held their annual ice show this past Sunday. The show took form, and was a huge hit. I generally won't do much of the covering for the skating club, as I am the coach of the club and it is a conflict of interest. However, this week I am wanting to send out a huge thank you to the skaters and the executive for making this season with me an incredible one! Last season when I finished coaching in Smoky Lake, I claimed I was done on the ice. I got the job at the newspaper and was going in a different direction. Then the Lamont Figure Skating Club contacted me, about looking for a coach. I started talking with the president and ended up applying. And boy am I glad I did. This season with Lamont rejuvenated my love for coaching, and skating again. I have a young club, with great skaters in it. The executive has worked tremendously hard at making the season a success, and I feel they succeeded beyond imagination. The girls in Starskate are some of the greatest kids I have taught. They have a love for the sport, and it has grown as the season has moved forward. The Canskate and Kidskate group has been the same way. I have never received so many hugs on a daily basis from all my skaters any other time in my coaching career. These skaters show up regularly, hardly ever miss a practice, and work so hard on the ice, yet smile the whole time. There are days that I stand and watch what they are working on, and notice that I am smiling from ear to ear just from what they have accomplished. It is such a great feeling. This has truly been a great experience, and I have the greatest gratitude for my club and executive. Thank you and job well done! I can’t wait to see you all next season, and see where we will go from here. Most people that know me know how much I have always loved figure skating, and in the last few years prior to Lamont the love of teaching had gone away. Lamont has helped me find that again, and for that I am truly grateful. So in closing, thank you to everyone in the club who helped me make the season successful, and showing the talent of the skaters that we have in Sunday’s show. Tracy Harding
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Letter to the Editor The future of Alberta Health Care It comes as no surprise that Albertan’s rank health care as their number one priority. We need to know that when we get sick – or when our children, our parents, our loved ones get sick – our health care system will be there for us. Publicly-funded, universal health care in Canada is an idea that was born on the Prairies, and I believe that it can be perfected here. Albertans should have the best health care in the country, if not the world, and if we all pull together there is not question that we can achieve this. Last week I had the pleasure of joining the other opposition leaders and the Health Minister
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at a Health Care Town Hall hosted by the Alberta Medical Association. We sat as a panel to respond to questions from Albertans while putting forward our vision for the future of Health in Alberta. What an interesting evening it was! Over three hundred citizens showed up and we had a very lively and interesting discussion. Albertans’ are going to have some very stark and different choices when it comes to choosing an MLA and a political party from the perspective of what we envision for health and seniors care in Alberta for the future. Health care is moving
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in the wrong direction. Spiraling costs, growing wait times, the hasty creation of the health superboard, and concerns about the silencing of doctors advocating for their patients were all identified as symptoms of a system in decline. Given the realities of an aging population and increasing chronic illness, can we really continue to manage healthcare this way? I think not. Representing the Alberta Party I made it clear that throwing more money at it or privatizing it are not the answers. Alberta already spends more on health care than any other province in Canada, yet
has longer wait times and poorer outcomes than other provinces in most areas of the system. Better healthcare needs a better strategy. We must focus on longterm outcomes rather than short-term costs and shift the system from treatment to prevention. We must make transparency a core value of the system so that we can get the information we need to make the system stronger. Albertans are looking for better answers. During this upcoming election, we will finally have better options at the ballot box. Glenn Taylor Leader, Alberta Party
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Sports Athlete of the week Bitzy has found her Mojo in the game of hockey TRACY HARDING While Elizabeth McPhillamey (also known as Bitzy) has been skating for four years total, when she started her second year of hockey she was like a whole new girl. After participating in Kidskate for two years, she moved into hockey. In her first year she could barely skate to the end of the ice. But at the beginning of her second season in hockey, she was amazing to watch. There was a major transformation in her dedication and her abilities on the ice. She was able to keep up with her teammates, and even pass some of them, according to team manager Dar-lene Onushko. The biggest accom-
plishment that Bitzy has made this year is even scoring two goals. "The one thing I love about pre-novice hockey is to be able to watch the children grow over the season, and that they do," states Onushko. "But when someone like Bitzy grows the way she did, it needs to be recognized. It is such an accomplishment and one I am so proud of." In the past season of hockey Bitzy has learned how to handle the puck better, she gets in and 'digs' to get the puck and passes along to the other players. She has managed to get a couple of breakaways as well, which resulted in her two goals. Bitzy is especially proficient in goal, adds Onushko, as she watches for the puck and
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manages to stop the puck from going in a lot of the time. When Bitzy was in Canskate she loved to have races, and that’s how her coaches would get her moving. Now in hockey she is starting the races, and learning to get moving and pass everyone else. With all the games and tournaments that the Pre-Novice Hawks have had this season, each game Bitzy has gotten better and better. The final game being one against the moms, and a tournament in Morinville this past weekend. "Keep up the good work Bitzy, because next year those boys aren't going to know what just passed them," adds Onushko.
Elizabeth (Bitzy) McPhillamey with her trophy from the Mundare tournament held this February.
Lamont United Church 5306 - 51 Ave., Lamont 780-895-2145 Sunday Worship time 11:15 a.m. Everyone Welcome Rev. Deborah Brill Next Church Supper April 20 from 5-7p.m AA meeting Thursdays at 8:30 p.m. in the Ce Centre (next to church) Need some excercise in the cold weather? Friday morning 9:30 - 10:30 a.m. in the CE Centre
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44 st. & 50 Ave. 780-895-2879 Pastor Ron Wurtz Sunday Service 10:00 a.m. “Children and families are a top priority for us, come join us!” www.lamontalliance.com Current Events -Current sermon series, “Invitations from the Bible” -Ladies Bible Study, Sunday night topic “Easter” -March 24, Men’s steak and movie night (Tickets available through Church) -4week Bible studies to choose from -Wednesday night Men’s Bible Study, last Saturday each month men’s breakfast
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Roman Catholic Church Cluster of Parishes of Our Lady of Angels Fort Saskatchewan Roman Catholic Services Lamont Auxiliary Hospital Saturday Evenings 4:00 p.m. Our Lady of Good Counsel - Skaro 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays 9:00 a.m. St. Michael the Archangel - St. Michael 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 a.m. For further information please call O.L.A. Fort Saskatchewan at 780-998-3288
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6 - The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Plans underway for new school Officials envisioning a great future for local residents BY MICHELLE PINON Editor
Even though plans for Mundare’s new school is only in the conceptual stage right now; many people in the area are envisioning a great future for the students, staff, and community members who will be utilizing it in the years to come. Basil David, director of planning and facilities for Elk Island Public Schools, says plans have yet to be drafted, but once that happens, the project will go out to bid in the summer with the hopes of having a contractor in place before the start of school in September. The new school, which will be located beside the existing school, will have a permanent core capacity of 250 students, and a build out of 325 students, states Stan Eastman. “We will be able to accommodate pre-kindergarten students, and have the ability to upsize when and if possible,” adds David. While plans have been in the school district’s capital plan for “quite a few years” it wasn’t until last year when Alberta Education announced that funds would be allocated for the multi-million dollar project. “The school is worn and needs to be replaced,” says David. The building is not salvagable, and will eventually torn down. David says the 1965 section, a two story wing, as well as the 1957 section, will be replaced. The new school, will be just over
2,300 square metres, and house 11 teaching spaces, a kitchen space to accomodate food sciences, an infirmary room, and a recycling room. Alberta Infrastructure will be overseeing all aspects of construction, which is expected to start in the summer of 2013. The plan is to be move in ready by the start of school in 2014. School principal Tracey Arbuthnott, is one of about 12 members on the planning committee, which also consists of representation from the division’s facility services department, the project artchitects, Alberta Education and Alberta Infrastructure. Arbuthnott, who has been attending committee meetings since September, andsays: “It has been an amazing opportunity to be involved in such a great project to help serve the students of Mundare better. It has truly been a positive eye opening experience to be able to work with the amazing expertise of Alberta Infrastructure, Alberta Education, and our own facility services. All of us working together to produce the best possible school building for our Mundare students to learn and grow in.” The new school will have a foods area, adds Arbuthnott, which is something the Kindergarten to Grade 8 school currently doesn’t have. There will be a recycle room which has been designed to help with recycling, and allowing the staff and students to be as environmentally responsible
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The action was end to end as the students battled the teachers from Andrew School during the Charity Hockey Game fundraiser. Also delighted with the news is Mundare Mayor Mike Saric. “Our town has been growing steadily for the past ten years, and our demographics are shifting to younger families. The school’s population is a direct reflection of that trend as the school population has risen by almost 150 per cent in that time as well. We are of the opinion that a new school will help to continue the trend by attracting families to the area.”
as possible, he adds. “There will also be a dedicated space for the counsellor’s office, which will help with the ability to offer wrap around services for the students. The modulars (portables) included in the plan will provide increased flexibility to the school in case of enrolement changes in the future. “We are all excited about the prospect of receiving a new school, and are looking forward to getting settled into the building for the start of the 2014-2015 school year.” Local school board trustee Colleen Lopushinsky is also very excited about the project. “Mundare School is one of the oldest facilities in our division, so it is wonderful news to be getting an upgrade. Mundare staff and students are looking forward to the fall of 2014 when we will open the doors to a bright and fresh new school building.”
Eight-year-old shutterbug Lincoln Doering captures all the action with his mom’s fancy camera.
Facing off at center ice were the student and school teams. Mundare School Principal Tracey Arbuthnott is happy with plans for the new school.
VILLAGE OF CHIPMAN NOTICE PUBLIC SALE OF LAND Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, the Village of Chipman will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Village Office, 4816-50 Street, CHIPMAN, Alberta, on Tuesday, April 10, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. the following lands: LOT
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Each parcel will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations and conditions contained in the existing certificate of title. The land is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis and the Village of Chipman makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the adequacy of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development conditions, absence or presence of environmental contamination, or the developability of the subject land for an intended use by the purchaser. No bid will be accepted where the bidder attempts to attach conditions precedent to the sale of any parcel. No terms and conditions of sale will be considered other than those specified by the Village. No further information is available at the auction regarding the lands to be sold. The Village of Chipman may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel of land not sold at the public auction. TERMS: Cash Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time prior to the sale. Dated at Chipman, Alberta March 13, 2012. Pat Tomkow Administrator
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Lamont Figure Skating Ice Show ‘Skatin’ to the Rhythm’ a great success to finish off the year
A group of Canskate girls skate to ‘Shake Senora”.
‘Skatin’ to the Rhythm’ started off with all the skaters performing to ‘Get Rhythm”.
Some of the youngest skaters of the club perform to ‘Steppin Out’.
All the girls in Canskate perform a hoe down to ‘Gotta litle Country’. Guest Skater Sarah Esatwood wows the crowd with her amaing performance.
Guest skater Grayson Cappis performs his short and long, amazing the pact arena with his talent.
Top: Maureen Fedyniak performing her solo to ‘Hit Me Up’. Right: Elizebeth Lystang performs her first solo to ‘Dancing Queen’.
The Starskat girls perform to ‘Brickhouse’ as the closing number. Assistant Coach Vanessa Wade performs to ‘Anyway’.
Billie Bilodeau gets ready for her first solo to ‘4 Minutes’.
A group of Canskaters show what they have learnt in ‘Broken Umbrella’.
Kalyna Music Festival Festival Highlights Concert Georgina’s Academy of Dance dancers perform a variety dance to American Graffiti.
Madalyn Adamyk performs her winning piano piece ‘Dreamcatcher’.
Nigel Kroeker performs ‘Donkey Doodle’ on his violin.
On Sunday March 11 the Kalyna Country Performing Arts Association hosted their annual Festival Highlights Concert. After a week of competition, and judging, there were 22 performances from the top placements which returned to centre stage before an estimated crowd of 200 people. These performances ranged from dancing, singing, musical theatre, speech, and instrumental including violinists, and pianists. Watching these performers it was clearly evident they had spent a considerable amount of time and practice perfecting their craft, in addition to the Happy Feet Dance Co. dancers receive tremendous amount of hours and energy volunteers invested in order to put this their award for their Jazz number competition together. There was special kudos for the volunteers, and especially danced to ‘Jai Ho’. to Judy Taylor, president of the association. Judy Taylor was told by several parents that if it was not for the competition, some of these kids would never get the chance to perform in public and share their great talents. L.A. Dance Moves performs a moving lyrical piece call ‘When the Children Cry’. The festival is very important to the performers as well as the local communities as it attract many different people to St. Michael, added Taylor. 1)Ethnic Dance - Poltavski Divchata - Camryn Carnell, Samantha Foss, Cianna Klebak, Katelyn Kotyk, Michaela No sooner did the festival come to an end, when volunteers startTaylor, Deanna Thimer - Fort Saskatchewan Barvinok Dancers - Gold medal, cash reward ed going over things, and getting ready to start planning all of 2)Contemeporary Dance - It doesn't Hurt - Sarah chernicwchan - Smoky Lake School of Dance - Gold medal, the events all over again for early next March. Scholarship to dance camp this summer 3)Contemporary Gospel - Anyway - Cassidy Zahar - Top vocal performance award, scholarship to camp 4)Jazz Dance - Man I feel Like a Woman - Georgena Senetza - Smoky Lake School of Dance - Adjudicators choice award 5)Lyrical - When the Children Cry - Kianna-Raine Wilchak, Abby Foulds, Talynn McPhillamey, Rebecca Zachoda, Stephanie Taylor, Hailey Fedyniak, Kyla Swedish, Faith Hoculak - L.A. Dance Moves - Gold medal and cash reward 6)Violin - Tenesse Waltz - Malachi Barter - Adjudicators choice award 7)Lyrical Poetry - Kidnapped - Stephanie Taylor - Top speech, scholarship to summer camp 8)Classical Ballet - Waltz of the Flowers - Erin Van Koughnett - Georgina's Academy of Dance - Adjudicators choice 9)Jazz - Jai Ho - Kierra Kloster, Kimmy Warken, Kaylee Kloster - Happy Feet Dance Co. - Gold medal, cash award 10)Vocal - I Speak Six Languages - Stephanie Taylor - musical theater superior Multiple talent award for speech dance and piano 11)Violin - Donkey Doodle - Nigel Kroeker - Adjudicators choice award 12)piano - Etude in D - Ethan Maschmyer - Adjudicators choice award 13)Vocal - Many a New Day - Jade Lysyk - Scholarship to camp 14)Piano - Ecossaise in G Major - Markus Taylor - Top piano performance award, scholarship to camp 15)Vocal - Stay - Taylor Cox - Adjudicators choice award 16)Piano - Dreamcatcher- Madalyn Adamyk - Adjudicators choice award 17)Voice piano and dance - piano - sailing by Moonlight - Jade Lysyk - Multi talent award winner 18)Variety Dance - 15 pounds - Olyanna Cherniwchan, Georgena Senetza, Sarah Chernewichan - Gold medal, cash award 19)Lyrical Dance - In My Mother's Eyes - Alisha Moser - L.A. dance Moves - Adjudicators choice award 20)Violin - Sheep's Ass - Ainsley Lopushinsky - Top violin solo award, scholarship to camp 21)Ethnic Dance - Bukovinska Vipat - Taylor Cardinal, Monica Fedyniak, Alicia Koziak, Breanne Koziak, Brittney Lopushinsky, Emily Lopushinsky, Laine Lysyk, Landan Berezanski, Cole Koroluk - Lamont Veselka Dancers - Gold medal, cash award 22)Variety Dance - American Graffitti - hope Adamson, Viki Challenger, Josh Challenger, Aubrianna Glover, Autumn Glover, Cassidy Haun, Dalin Jordan, Mackenzie Jordan, Des King, Steven King, Madeline Long, Mackenzie MacKay, Mitchi Meuters-Murphy, Sierra Sawchuk, Jacaida Taylor, Ryley Taylor, Savannah Taylor, Bailey Van Koughnett, Kenzie Vickers - Georgina's Academy of Dance - Gold medal, cash award Ainsley Lopushinsk y (left) perf o r m s ‘Sheep’s Ass’ on her v i o l i n , which won her Top Violin solo awards.
Jade Lysyk performs a very impressive musical theatre number to ‘Many a New Day’
Sarah Cherniwchan of Smoky Lake School of Dance receives her award and scholarship for this summers camp.
Lamont Veselka Dancers getting ready to perform their award winning performance.
A l i s h a Moser from L.A. Dance Moves performs her lyrical solo to ‘In My Daughter’s Eyes’. At the end she said I love you to her mom.
10 - The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Andrew Figure Skating Club Carnival ‘Totally 80’s’ takes the crowd back to neon and leggings
The Sarskate and Junior Development skaters perform to ‘Locomotion’.
Jenna Flasha and Elizabeth Pickett skating a duet to ‘Footloose’.
Guest skater Emma Bulawka shows her flexibility in a Bilman Spin.
Jordan Fedorvich and Jayda Pickettskating to ‘Pump up the Jam’.
the Junior Development skaters perform ‘Pump up the Jam’.
The Canskate group skates to ‘It was a Rainy Night’.
Top; A Canskate group skates a trio to ‘Jessie’s Girl’. Jenna Flasha performs for her final year in the club to ‘I Love Rock and Roll’. She is always a crowd favorite.
A cheering performance skated to ‘ Hey Mickey’.
Jayda Pickett performs her solo to ‘Drives Me Crazy’.
Left: Jordan Fedorvich skates her solo number to ‘Heaven is a Place on Earth’.
The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), March 20, 2012 - 11
Lamont Playschool has fun with milk jugs
Camryn Fossum and Sienna Whaling in the milk jug igloo.
Town of Lamont employee Betty Malica got a surprise when she showed up to work last Thursday and found 50 buzzards on the front lawn of the office.
BY MICHELLE PINON Editor
Three hundred and sixty four milk jugs, four hours of construction, and seven glue sticks later, local playschool teacher Janelle Beverly had completed an igloo. Over the past couple of months parents of the three and four year olds had been washing out and recycling their milk jugs for Beverly. While they didn't know what they were going to be used for, they gladly obliged, and now the little ones are using their free play time to let their imaginations go wild in the winter hut. The idea for the fun filled project came from the popular online site You Tube. "You Tube has everything," laughs Beverly, who is always looking for creative ideas for the children to engage in. In terms of constructing the igloo, hot glue was used to meld the milk jugs together. "It was all trial and error," but was a labour of love for Beverly. "It was neat because everyone could participate in the project," adds Beverly. The initial reaction of both parents and children was very favourable, and they're were a lot of, "Oh, cool," type comments on their part as they enjoyed seeing the final product. Eventually, the milk jugs will be recycled, which will generate $91 for the playschool to be used for other fun filled projects and activities. Oh what fun for the young and young at heart!
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12 - The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), March 20, 2012
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Coming Events Roundhill is having a community garage sale Saturday May 5th. To ensure a table call Mary Ellen at 780-672-7353 ctm ____________________________ 2012 Annual Women’s Conference Thursday, April 19th from 9:00 4:30 at the Killam Community Hall Tickets are $50 before April 1st and $60 after. If you are new to Flagstaff County, within the last year, we invite you to join us for FREE. Call Val at 780-385-3712 for more information or to purchase your ticket. This conference is brought to you by Flagstaff Community Adult Learning and Flagstaff Family Community Services. Note: If anyone would like to have a trade table at the conference please call Val at 780-385-3712 to book your table. Cost: $60 - includes 1 table and full participation in the conference. (Vendors will be chosen on a first come first serve basis) 28-31 pcp ____________________________ COWBOY CHURCH at Viking Auction Market, Jct. of Hwy 36 and 26. Fri., March 30th, 7:30 p.m. All Welcome. Call Terry at (780) 3842114 or (780) 336-2224 ____________________________ You are cordially invited to join friends and family in celebrating the 60th Wedding Anniversary of Cornie and Susie Warkentin on March 31 from 2-4 pm (with program) at the Tofield Mennonite Church, 4619 - 57 Ave. Tofield. No gifts please. c29-31 ____________________________ Community Shower for Nicole Remple and Scott Stauffer, Sunday April 1st 2:30 pm at Zion Lutheran Church. Ladies please bring lunch. ctm 30&31 ____________________________ Hicks In the Stix Jamboree. The Best “Jamn” Music in Alberta. Kinsella Coming Events: Apr. 1, 2012. Performance starts at : 1 pm Kinsella Community Hall. For more information call: 780-336-2157 or 780-726-2254 wr ____________________________ KlassCo Construction & Decor invites you to an Open House Event at our recently completed home, April 1, #8 Beaverhill View Cresent, Tofield AB from 1-3p.m. Building with you in mind. c30
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For Rent 5229 47th St Wasketenau 3 bed 1.5 bath 6 appl. single attached garage $950 per mon $950 sd avail. immed. NS Pet ok Oakwood Management 780-998-7368 TFN ____________________________ Newly Renovated 2-storey 3 bedroom, 1 and half bath, duplex. Large country kitchen, 4 appliances, all window coverings, deck, storage shed and fenced. Smoke and pet free home. $990 2 units available immediately. 780-4634847 ptm28-31 ____________________________ Spacious newly renovated one, two, and three bedroom apartments. Includes laminate flooring, ceramic tile, new appliances, cable, heat, and water. Rents starting at $550 with rental incentives on a one year lease. Call 587-783-5661 or 780-662-3396 TFN ____________________________ 4729 46th Ave. Bruderheim 3 bed, 1 bath 4 appl. ns, pet ok $850 per month $850 sd Oakwood Management 780-998-7368 TFN ____________________________ New house for rent 2000 sq.ft. 3 bedrooms. Backs on to school Comes with all appliances, hardwood tile heated double car garage. Won’t last long. $1700 per month. Fenced back yard. Available immediately 780-6995656 Nice home, will consider rent to own with deposit. tfn ____________________________ Large 1 bedroom $750 mth/ $750 DD and 2 bedroom $800 mth / $800 DD available immediately Debbie 780-764-3740 25-33 pll ____________________________ Lamont 1 bedroom house partly furnished, 4 appliances, no smoking, no pets. $900 including utilities. call 780-895-2757 pll 27-31 ____________________________ House for rent in Ryley $600 per month 780-999-4577 Avail. April 1st References required p29 ____________________________ 3 bedroom mobile on acreage $1000 per month plus utilities. $1000 damage deposit 780-9623623 p29&30
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Help Wanted Cook needed to start immediately. Apply at The Garage Pub and Grill in Tofield or email firstname.lastname@example.org ctfn ____________________________ Sunshine Playground Equipment is hiring for several FT positions as shop assistant, playground installer or painter. Pay depends on position and exp ph. 780-662-2716 ctm ____________________________ Meat cutter needed for Tofield IGA. 4-5 days a week, must be able to wrap also. Experience preferred but training is available. Please drop off a resume or send by email to: email@example.com Contact Dave or Tim c29&30 ____________________________ Part-time receptionist / office assistant required. Please send resume to Dr. Hackett, Box 360 Tofield, T0B 4J0 ctm30 ____________________________ Wanted: Experienced class 1 drivers, crusher operators, equipment and loader operators, five days a week, weekends off, work locally. Employer paid benefit package available. Call Richard at Hammer’s Gravel Supplies LTD. in Viking at 780-336-3232 or cell at 780-336-5030 30&31
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Real Estate FOR SALE IN BEAVER COUNTY Picturesque 11.89 acre property, well treed and private with graceful, rolling topography. Fenced for horses. Impressive 'Tiki Bar' and inground pool with a beautiful aggregate deck! The 2 bedroom home exudes a distinct rustic charm. Also featured on this property is a fantastic 48'x44' heated shop. Listed at $485,000 CALL KEVIN SMOOK, Home-Time Realty 780-662-4623 Welcome home! c29 ____________________________ WE’RE MLS® - Did you know that we can help you purchase any home that is listed, even if it’s with another Brokerage? Moving to Edmonton? Sherwood Park? Spruce Grove? No problem, we can help you with the move to your new location. Serving you since 1999! We’re Home-Time Realty. Call 780-662-4623 www.home-time.net Welcome home! c29
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The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), March 20, 2012 - 15
LAMONT COMMUNITY PLAYSCHOOL
Would like to THANK the following businesses and individuals for supporting our 3rd annual Funny Money Casino: KG ENTERPRISES Ltd.
AAA Natural Foods - Malica Family Access Pipeline AFSC Ale Yard Tap & Grill All Steel Builders (2) Ltd Allen Joseph Alliance Pipeline ASB Racing ATB Lamont Atco Gas Beaver Creek Co-op Booster Juice (Sherwood Park) Budget Edmonton Burger Baron Calaway Park Calibre Production Operators Carey Industrial Services –Fort Saskatchewan Carruthers Family Century 21 - Dan Cholak CIBC Wood Gundy Citadel Theatre City of Edmonton-Community Services Dept Cookies By George Cowan Graphics Dairy Queen- Fort Saskatchewan Deerland- Corey Oshust Denham’s Crystal Chrysler Dow Centennial Centre Dr. Namit E & S Motorcycle Ed Stelmach, Constituency Office Fort-Veg Edmonton Rush Lacrosse club Elk Island Golf Course Elk Island Mechanical Elk Island Retreat Ltd Epcor Distribution
E.I.P.S. Trustee - Ms. Colleen Lopushinsky Fort Dental Health Group Fort In View Golf Course Fort Saskatchewan Vet Clinic Ltd. Fred and Lidy Pewarchuk Genine Bilodeau - Lia Sophia Harbour Pool Hillview Acres - Gerald & Sandi Maschmeyer Hole’s Greenhouse Home Hardware - Fort Saskatchewan Imagination Engraving Integra Tire Joan Dey - Regal Jones Family Greenhouse Kingdom Pets - Fort Saskatchewan LA Hair Design Lamco GAS Lamont Curling Club Lamont Farm Centre Ltd. Lamont Hair Boutique Lamont Health Care Centre Lamont Home Hardware Lamont Liquor Store / Back Alley Pub Lamont River Rats Lamont Vision Care – Dr. Scott Lopentinsky Lightning Curbs Lindsay Peterson’s Passion Parties Liquor 4 U Local 530A Lube-X Mammoet MAXX North America Services Ltd. Melnyk Farms Northern Bear Golf Course Photography by Dana Photography by Valerie
Thanks to all of the Playschool Parents
FORT SASK. RECORD
Pillar Contracting Ltd & Elk Island Youth P. Heule Pizza Delight Price Automotive Providence Grain Solutions R. Carruthers Richardson Pioneer Grain Co. Robby Davis Trucking Inc. Romantic Secrets Royal Tyrrell Museum Sandi Maschmeyer Sherritt Skuba & Associates Smith Insurance Solara Resort and Spa (Canmore) Sports Closet St Michael Agricultural Society St Michael’s Sticky Business Svitich family Telus World of Science Temperel Designs - Amber White The Country Computer Guy The Wendorffs - Princess House Theune Financial Corp. Ltd. Town of Lamont Triumph Music Twirl Go round UFA Fort Saskatchewan United Cycle Urban Escape- Kathie Halisky Value Drug Mart Viterra - Fort Saskatchewan Viterra - Star Vivid Vision- Dr. Brian Kelly Volvo Rents Webb Machinery Widynowski’s Sausage House Zimmerman Chiropractic
16 - The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), Tuesday, March 20, 2012
In Focus EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
CALC Lamont County Community Adult Learning Council
In order to run Quick Books and the Fire Arm Safety courses in April, we need 2 more registrants for each course.
Lamont County is currently seeking personnel for one full-time position as the Economic Development & Communications Coordinator and the following seasonal positions: Operators, Labourers, a Welder/Mechanic and Heavy Equipment Operators.
Quick Books Fire Arm Safety Course Date: April 20 & 21 Course Date: April 14 Register By: April 10 Register By: April 3
Please visit our website at www.lamontcounty.ca; email email@example.com or pick up information about these opportunities at the Administration building.
To Register: Call Odette Romanchuk (780) 895-2233 or toll free1-877-895-2233
ASB LAMONT COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SERVICE BOARD WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE FOLLOWING SPONSORS FOR HELPING TO MAKE OUR FARMER APPRECIATION BANQUET A SUCCESS!!! LAMONT FARM CENTER,AFSC,ACCURATE ASSESSMENT GROUP,ENGAGE AGRO, GENIVAR, BROWNLEE LLP, VITERRA – STAR, AMEC, CANEXUS CHEMICALS, BEAVER CREEK CO-OP, RICHARDSON PIONEER, TRUE NORTH SPECIALTIES, LAMONT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, K-STAR LAWN & GARDEN
DEVELOPMENT AND LAND USE NEW FOR LANDOWNERS SUBDIVIDING EXISTING YARD SITES IN LAMONT COUNTY When applying for a subdivision in Lamont County and it consists an existing yard site, you will require a SURVEYOR’S SITE PLAN. The benefits of obtaining a surveyor’s site plan with a subdivision application for an established yard site are: 1. Takes out the guess work for landowners, planning department staff and Municipal Planning Commission in the actual size of parcel being subdivided out. 2. Site plan is consistently in meters, shows all above ground appurtenances (buildings, fences, shelterbelts, septic, etc…), and the distances to proposed and existing property lines. 3. Prevents the frequent conflicts that arise when the surveyor does the Real Property Report – often the parcel is larger or creates non-conformance with the setback requirements of our Land Use Bylaw. 4. Speeds up the process. For more information, please call Lamont County Planning & Development @ 780-895-2233.
APPEAL HEARING NOTICE OF APPEAL HEARING Development Permit 2392/11 Land Description: ENW-20-56-18-W4 This is to notify you that an appeal has been made to the SUBDIVISION AND DEVELOPMENT APPEAL BOARD against a decision by the Development Authority in respect to Development Permit 2392/11 described as follows: Change the use of a residential home to a family care facility. PLACE OF HEARING:
Lamont County Administration Building Council Chambers 5303 – 50th Avenue Lamont, AB
DATE OF HEARING:
March 23, 2012
TIME OF HEARING:
Any persons affected by the proposed development have the right to present a written brief prior to the hearing and to be present and be heard at the hearing. Persons requiring to be heard at the hearing shall submit written briefs to the Secretary of the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board no later than March 21, 2012, at 4:00 p.m. Mail or in person to: Lamont County Office, 5303 – 50th Ave. Lamont, AB T0B 2R0. Fax to 780-895-7404. Email to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you require further information contact Kimberly Simpson, Secretary of the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board. Phone: (780) 895-2233. All relevant documents are available for public inspection at Lamont County Office, 5303 – 50th Avenue, Lamont, Alberta.
PHONE: (780) 895-2233 FAX: (780) 895-7404
TOLL FREE: 1-877-895-2233 EMAIL: email@example.com