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Terry Fox legacy continues to live in the hearts of Lamont and area residents Locals celebrate 25th anniversary in community by raising $10,943 Michelle Pinon Editor “Thank you for making a difference and keeping Terry’s dream alive.” Those were the words brother Fred Fox wrote on one of the Terry Fox Run posters he gave to organizers of the Lamont event following a special banquet this past

Wednesday. The heartfelt words of encouragement held special meaning to coorganizer Mike Klita, who attended the gala with Deb Dunsmore, who has her own personal connection to the Fox family. Dunsmore, who lived in the same subdivision as the Fox family, met Fred’s wife Teresa at the Maple Ridge Golden

Seniors Curling Club. Both were young mothers at the time. While Deb knew Teresa’s brother-in-law had passed away, it wasn’t until years later she made the connection when she went to visit their home and saw a portrait of Terry in the foyer. “I was telling Mike about the connection, and he invited me to

come to the gala which she described as an intimate affair, and one where several young women spoke passionately about Terry Fox and the legacy that has carried on for more than 30 years. “It was good to see Fred and reminisce again,” added Deb. Sept. 16th marked the 32nd annual Terry Fox Run, and marked the 25th year Lamont has participated in the event

which nows spans the globe. “It’s truly a community event,” stated Nadine Skitsko, who helped canvas local businesses for support of her son and co-organizer Shanon, who was out on the combine this past week. “I ran around town pretending to be Shanon,” joked Nadine, who was very moved by the support she received. “The most important thing is how the community came together,” added Nadine, who was moved by the generous outpouring of support. “It just brings tears to your eyes.” Deb, who moved to Lamont three years ago with her husband Mic, has nothing but admiration for Terry Fox, and his family, pointing out that it was Betty Fox who set up the non-profit foundation, which is entirely dedicated to cancer research. “She (Betty) wanted to keep her son’s dream alive.” So has Deb, and many other Lamont and area residents, for the past 25 years. “We’ve kept his legacy alive all by volunteer donations,” added Mike proudly, before participants embarked on the run shortly after 1 p.m. Sunday afternoon.

Mike Klita,left, co-organizer of the Lamont Terry Fox Run poses with Terry’s brother Fred Fox, and former neighbour Deb Dunsmore during a gala reception this past Wednesday in Edmonton.

The Skubleny brothers of Lamont, on the right, are longtime supporters of the Terry Fox Run as well as members of the Knights of Columbus Star Council which has sponsored the local run for the past 25 years in the community.

2 - The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Cancer Survivor shows her true colours during annual Terry Fox Run in Lamont process.” “To end her treatment,” Jennifer says they had to Editor go to Calgary to undergo super chemo to kill any left over cancer cells that maybe left insider her. “Then A diminutive little girl stands outside the Lamont she underwent a stem cell transplant to reboot her Recreation Centre with her family. system.” She is the only person wearing a red Terry Fox Run Anastazia has had to go through a lot in her short t-shirt. That’s because six-year-old Lamont resident life, says Jennifer including: several surgeries, chemo, Anastazia Engman is a cancer survivor. radiation, blood transfusions, hair and nail loss, “It is the first year we’ve been able to do the run,” weight loss and feeding tubes, needles, scans, fevers, says mom Jennifer, who is standing mouth sores, burns, vomiting, diarrabeside her husband Allan and their hea, and more pain then one should youngest daughter Emma. ever endure. “Technically, she (Anastazia) is part of “She is our super hero and beat the the marathon because she was living odds!!! We are so proud of Anastazia.” it.” Anastazia did beat the odds, and has The entire Engman family have also been in remission for the last 14 lived through multiple treatments, months. Every three months Anastazia surgery, stem cell transplant all within goes in for bloodwork, and has full a few short years. Jennifer says she body scans every six months. “She’ll doesn’t know what they would have have to have those for the rest of her done without the support of their famlife,” adds Jennifer, who is hoping ilies during this difficult period. they’ll find a preventative cure for can“You don’t realize how many kids cer in the future. have cancer until you go through it,” When Jennifer asks Anastazia to says Jennifer, who spent many hours show her scars, where the “railway in the Stollery along with her husband tracks” (stitches) used to be. Anastazia Allan and five-month-old sister shows no emotion, but says it was Emma. hard having cancer because she couldWhen Anastazia was four and a half n’t go out and play like other kids. years old she was officially diagnosed Luckily, that is behind her now as she with stage four Rhabdomyosarcoma has just started Grade 1 along with (soft tissue cancer). What started out ballet and piano lessons. as pain and discomfort, quickly grew “She gets to celebrate another birthinto tumours in her stomach. “The day, celebrating her seventh this main tumour was coming off the musDecember. This is her very first Terry cles of her back and into her belly. It Fox Run she was able to be in, and will measured 18 X 10.1 X 13.6 cm, the size continue for years to come.” of a grapefruit!” Young or old, weak or strong, cancer Too large to remove, Anastazia plays no favourites; but it is good to underwent a series of intensive meet people like Anastazia, who’ve chemotherapy treatments and 28 PHOTO BY MICHELLE PINON suffered greatly, yet have managed to rounds of radiation. While the tumour Lamont resident Anastazia Engman,left, gets ready to embark on her first Terry Fox beat the odds in the face of great advershrunk to about 10 centimetres, doc- Run with her father Allan. Photographed behind them is co-organizer Mike Klita, who sity. They carry with them the hope, tors were still wary about operating on is talking with mom Jennifer and sibling Emma, seated in the wagon. Terry’s hope for a cancer free world. Michelle Pinon

Anastazia, as they didn’t know if she could survive surgery let alone how many organs the tumour was attached to. “There was no other option to take it out,” says Jennifer, along with a 30 per cent chance of making it out of the operating room. “Her last hope was surgery, but because of the size of the tumour, it was very dangerous. Her high risk surgery lasted four hours. The surgeon was very successful and was able to remove the whole tumor with only having to remove a portion of her live in the

FIVE GENERATIONS Five generations and going strong! The youngest member of the clan, baby Ceth Tychkowsky Henderson, was born on August 10th making Veronica Holowach, a great great Baba at the very impressive age of 91. Photographed on the left is father Cole Tychkowsky-Henderson, grandma Carmen Henderson, and great grandma Geraldine Tychkowsky. The photograph was taken Aug. 16th in Mundare.

The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), September 18, 2012 - 3

New technology equips Elk Island students and parents with latest information tools Jazmine Inkster Student reporter

The 2012/2013 school year brought about a brand new change of technology in the Elk Island transportation system. The most prominent application of this technology is the introduction of the brand new Versatrans “My Stop” program. Students from schools all over Elk Island Public School District are now expected to scan their bus passes every time they enter and exit the bus. Busses from Elk Island Public School’s 170 bus routes are now equipped with scanners, and the information collected

will then be used to help both students and parents access a live online GPS program which will allow them to track the approximate location of a specific bus at any time during the travel route. EIPS Director of Communication Services Heather Massel explains ìThe online system shows where the bus is relative to the students bus stop, but the online system does not ‘track students’. EIPS is the first in Canada to try out this new program, which comes with a $260,000 price tag; and the results taken from this first year will help other school districts learn about the effectiveness and effi-

ciency of this new use of technology in the transportation of students. The program however will only be available to those school districts who are already using Versatrans as their route planning software. Along with the ability to keep track of the bus’ approximate location for parents and students, the GPS also provides a number of important safety features for Elk Island transportation. Such as notifying workers of a bus’ mechanical condition, as well as alerting bus drivers and route planners if a student has gotten on the bus at a stop that is not usual for them. While not all of this

information will be available to parents and students through the online program, the information they are able to access is seen as a great benefit to those involved. “Parents appreciate the peace of mind, and students appreciate the convenience and real time information especially if they or the bus is running late,”states Massel. “For instance, if it’s really cold outside or snowing, or raining, and the bus is delayed, we don’t have students outside for an extended period of time in inclement weather. This is especially beneficial in Alberta where we encounter inclement

weather throughout the year, especially in winter.” Also incorporated into this year’s new safety features, is an aspect called the ‘Child Check Mate System.’ This system uses both an alarm and a motion sensor to ensure that at the end of the run, there are no children remaining on the bus. “To set the alarm at the end of their run, the bus driver has to go to the back of the bus, open the back door and then close it. As they walk to the front of the bus they can double-check to make sure there aren’t any students still on the bus. The motion sensor would also alert us if

there was any movement on the bus after the alarm was enabled.” All of this technology is still in its testing phase, but is so far showing great success, and will hopefully able to be used by students and parents across EIPS by October as everything gets ironed out. Elk island transportation hopes to provide peace of mind for parents, in knowing that their students are as safe as possible as they travel to and from their school. This technology will help to achieve that, and will also help ensure that students are able to get to their destination as easily as possible.

Lamont PublicPresents Library ‘Baba’s Kitchen Medicines’ “Folk remedies of Ukrainian Settlers”

Author Michael Mucz discusses his new book PHOTO BY MICHELLE PINON

Andrew School’s Welcome Back event was a huge success with community members, students and staff who enjoyed a barbecue supper, information displays, friendly volleyball game and Amazing Race fun event that will be part of the upcoming Garlic Festival on Oct.13th. Participants included: firefighters Jake Thorowsky and Kristin Zinck, students Tanner Hennig and Brydon Bryks, and teachers Sharon McLean and Ms. A. Ram. Judges for the event included Mavin Kolotylo and Colleen Mascher.

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Memories of Harvest It was such a beautiful evening. Textbook perfect in fact. The sun warmed my skin. The air was thick with dust and I could hear the distant drone of engines from the swathers, combines, and grain trucks working in neighbouring fields. My mind drifted back to childhood when I would sit on the porch and watch my dad combining in the field to the south of the house. The weather, sights, smells and sounds were exactly the same last night as the September evenings of my youth. I always remember feeling so joyful and appreciative during harvest time; the gratifying feeling of knowing all was going well and that the fruits of the labour would soon come to fruition. It was a special time. One of my favourite memories was having supper in the field. While it was a lot of extra work for my mother, the food tasted so much better out in the elements. I could hardly wait to finish eating so I could get to go a round or two in the field with dad. I would hold onto the side of the drivers arm rest to brace myself while the powerful machine devoured the swaths. While most of today’s combines have air conditioning, I still miss having the wind blowing in my face, and being able to turn my body around to see the grain filling up the hopper. I was perched so high it was as if I was standing on top of the world. My dad turned 85 recently. He occasionally reminisces about his days of yore when he worked on a threshing crew. He recalls the back breaking labour that was required as well as the delicious meals that he ate in the field, as well as the wonderful sense of comaraderie and community that was shared and nurtured. Horse and wagon gave way to modern machinery. While some traditions remain intact, others have gone by the wayside, but one thing remains the same; the thankfulness I feel for the farmers who feed the world physically, mentally, and spiritually. Without the farmers we would have nothing and be nothing; so many thanks to the farmers of the past and present, and prayers for a bountiful future.

Letter to the Editor We should all be proud of Lamont Lamont citizens do a terrific job raising funds at recent charity events Dear Editor, Well done Lamont! You have done a wonderful job raising money for cancer research, breast cancer and the Lamont Fire

ly in the Terry Fox Run. I was ecstatic by the outpouring of support for these events in the community by the Mayor and council, businesses and residents. We have definitely set

the bar in the county and I am very proud to call Lamont my home. Councillor, Sylvia McDonald

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Lamont Figure Skating Club getting ready for a new and exciting season Tracy Harding Staff Writer

The Lamont Figure Skating Club held their annual general meeting and early registration on Wednesday, Sept. 12. At the end of the evening it looks like the season is going to be a good year, and a busy one. Registration numbers are increased, and all skaters new and returning are excited to get out on the frozen rink. The club will be running the same programs as prior years, with Kidskate, Canskate and Starskate, and numbers are up in all three programs. The Kidskate program is directed for the skaters that have never skated before, and can start as young as two and a half years of age. In this program, the skaters will start learning the basics of skating, like falling down and getting up, balance position, walking forward and backwards on the ice, and mainly to be able to stay on their feet. Where the

speed of these skaters isn't the highest, the go as fast as their legs can take them by the end of the season. Canskate is for those

backwards with a "c" push, and stopping. As they move up in Canksate they start working on such things as crossovers forwards

the coach. It is a more individual time where the skaters get one or two lessons, then practice on their own for the remaining practice.

This year the skaters in Starskate will get the opportunity to participate in a few competitions throughout the season, if they are wanting to. There will be one in Edmonton, as well as a

couple across the province. Plus the Ice Show that the club puts on each year is already being discussed in the beginning stages.

Annual General Meeting for the Lamont Curling Club Will be held OCTOBER 11, 2012 at 7:00 pm in the curling rink Lounge. All members and interested parties are welcome to attend.

that can skate a bit better, and have learned to do the beginning of gliding. The age for this is generally four years old and higher, and there are a total of six levels that can be completed. The lowest level, the skaters learn to push as they skate, glide in a straight line and on a curve, skate

and backwards. They will also learn to do spins, two foot turns and more. In Starskate is when the tricks begin. The skaters start learning spins and jumps, dances, and more intense turns and techniques. Starskate is done on a private lesson basis with

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Lamont County approves purchase of mobile trailer Photos by Lois Zyla

On Sept. 10 the Classroom on Wheels bus rolled into Mundare Town Complex to talk about family literacy. Children from zero to six were entertained throughout the afternoon. A play dough table, bean bag toss and glitter tatoos were enjoyed by the children. A delicious snack was served as well. This service was provided free of charge as well as 50 new childrens books were donated to the library. The program is very educational, and start the young ones enjoying books and reading at a young age. Tracy Harding Staff Writer At the Lamont County Council meeting held on Tuesday, September 11, Harold Hamilton had put a request in to purchase an emergency sign trailer. This request comes from the experience of the fatal accident on Highway 29 and Range Road 184 that took place on September 1. The public works crew realized that their response time was lacking when emergencies come up, having to scramble for signs, stands and barricades. “It is difficult for one person to load barricades by themselves into a pick up truck, “ states Hamilton. With the purchase of a trailer public works will have the ability to have the barricades and signs preloaded, and ready to go at all times. This would improve the response time of public works to assist the fire department and RCMP in emergencies. “After working for seven years with emergency response, I know how important response time is, and you want to be able to do a good job,” says Hamilton. There are two different trailers that Hamilton had brought for a example of what they are planning on purchasing, ranging in price between $3,300 and $3,900. the motion was passed unanimously to go ahead with the purchase.


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Local producers crossing their fingers for good harvest weather conditions in Lamont County Michelle Pinon Editor

I was wondering how the harvesting was going in Lamont County? While the recent bit of rain has put a bit of a damper on Terry Eleniak’s harvest, he estimates that around thirtyfive per cent of harvesting has been completed to date in the county. “If we get a nice two week stretch here then a lot could get done.” If the good weather holds, the Lamont Ag. Fieldman said there would be a lot of heavy truck traffic on the country roads heading to the grain bins or elevators. Most of the recent activity has been on canola crops, with a lot of it going into the dryers to dry out. There are sev-

eral variables when it comes to harvesting canola, and the Alberta Canola Council recommends a minimum of 10 days to go through the curing process in the swaths to allow enough time for ripening of the seeds. Eleniak estimates that around 95 per cent of peas have been harvested, pointing out that many producers had to swath and combine instead of straight cut because of the challenging moisture conditions. While Eleniak and other producers in Lamont County are trying to play catch up, he hopes ideal weather conditions will prevail in the coming weeks. Now all that’s let to do is to cross the fingers.


Dust blanketed the sky early Wedneday evening as four combines went all out on a field near Township Road 550 off of Secondary Highway 855 about 12 kilometres north of Mundare.

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Church museum celebrates anniversary Michelle Pinon Editor


The Moravian Church Museum in Bruderheim will be celebrating its fourth anniversary this Sunday afternoon. Everyone is welcome to attend the celebration which includes a concert by the Revive Gospel Singers. Elmer plays the portable reed organ near the alter.

Elmer and Margaret Prochnau, longtime parishoners and supporters of the Moravian Church Museum in Bruderheim, will be among several people who will be celebrating its anniversary next Sunday, Sept. 23rd. The Prochnaus also hope other community members and county residents will attend the fourth anniversary of the church museum. The celebration will kickoff at 2:30 p.m. Famous for their music, the museum will be hosting a concert with the Revive Gospel Singers. The Moravian Church was established in 1895, and officially became a museum in 2008. Elmer, who came from a family of 15, has many fond memories of the church and many of the celebrations that have been held over its long and illustrious history. “It’s probably the oldest church in the county,” says Elmer, who loves to play the reed organ every chance he gets. While small in size, the portable bench reed organ, can produce a great deal of sound. Elmer presses his legs against two metal pieces to increase and decrease the amount of sound that is amplified. He plays his favourite hymn: Sing Hallelujah, Praise the Lord. Later on, Elmer and his wife Margaret, on the church’s Gourlay Piano, play a beautiful duet. They are very happy the history of the church, and its first settlers, have been preserved for all time. Throughout the museum, there are artifacts from other Edmonton area Moravian churches, which adds to the character and charm of the historic house of worship. The roots of the Moravian Church date back more than 1,000 years. Officially known as the Unitas Fratrum or Unity Brethen, was organized in Bohemia in 1457 before the Reformation. In 1957, more than 293,000 members of the Moravian Church marked the 500th anniversary of this Protestant denomination whose roots go back to John Hus. They were dedicated to peace, and suffered severe persecution, before fleeing to Poland. In 1722, new hope was given to the church by Count Ludwig von Zinzendorf, a walthy Lutheran nobleman who invited them to build homes on his estate in eastern Saxony. The first of its missionaries were sent out to the West Indies, and more remote areas. As a consequence, there are nearly three times as many Moravians in the mission field churches as there are in the United States and Europe. The Central Moravian Church in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania is the mother church in the Northern Province of the United States, and was built in the early 1800s. The Prochnaus say they have been very fortunate to have visited that church. Due to sheer determination, and by the grace of God, Andreas Lilge founded the Moravian Colony northeast of Edmonton. According to its history, Lilge was able to arrange for 100 Volhynian families immigration status. “The first major contingents of immigrants arrived in May and June of 1894, and one year later, Lilge had them settled and had organized not one, but two congregations: the Bruderheim Moravian Church, and near south Edmonton, the Bruderfeld Moravian Church. Lilge had a colourful and checkered past, with several situations and cirumstances which led him to becoming a Lutheran pastor more than 12 years after establishing the colony in the area. The last preserved letter of Lilge was written and dated in 1914. Elmer says a lot of the church’s history has been preserved thanks to the efforts of several of its ministers over the years. Church services in the Bruderheim Moravian Church, originally Lilge’s log home, ceased in 1995 when a new Christian Education centre was dedicated.

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Lamont County Agricultural Service Board held its annual Farmstead Beautification Awards on Friday, August 10, 2012. There were six recipients representing each electoral division within Lamont County. These awards

award and in 1998; the Sobkow family celebrated 100 years since they first established their homestead in the area. While keeping busy with grain farming, Mark and Nellie still have time to maintain a fantastic yardsite. Division 3 Councillor, Chris Klita made the presentation to the Sobkow family. Right before lunch we made our way to the

The Sharun family honor residents who take pride in the beautification of their yardsites. The day began with coffee and donuts at the Lamont County Administration Building. At approximately 9:00 am, the group boarded the bus and made their way to the first stop located in Division 5. Peter and Theresa Lysyk along with their daughters welcomed the group to their home where they have been farming for about 30 years, many of which they have been Certified Organic in Grain and Cattle farming. Without a doubt

Leliuk home in Division 4. A beautiful home and yard with ponds and gorgeous landscaping has kept Kim and her son Ryan busy. Kim’s

The Reinhardt family family first settled at the homestead in 1948 and has since been trans-

The Sobkow family there has been plenty of work put into the yardsite with a quiet, sheltered yard with pretty flowerbeds and sitting areas. Dennis McCartney, Division 5 Councillor, presented the award to the Lysyk family. The next stop was the yardsite of the Sobkow family. Mark and Nellie have lived and raised their family here for 23 years. In 1997, they were the recipients of the Northlands Farm Family

formed into the great yardsite and family farm which we visited that day. Kim, Ryan and her parents Albert and Stephanie were presented the award by Roy Anaka, Division 4 Councillor. At noon, lunch was served to the guests at the Mundare Recreation Centre, sponsored by Lamont County Agricultural Service Board. Everyone enjoyed a wonderful meal before they boarded the bus to continue on with the tour for the afternoon. A big thank you to the ladies for cooking such a wonderful meal! After lunch, we quickly made it over to Brian and Shawna Sharun’s home. Brian and Shawna purchased the land in 1999 which consisted only of a few bins and a shop along with the farmland. Since then they have developed the

yardsite and settled into their house a few years later. They have built a large water feature in their front yard and planted close to 1000 trees around the yard. All the hard work has paid off as the yardsite has turned out to be fantastic! Councillor Dan Warawa of Division 1 presented the award to Brian, Shawna and their daughter Cheyenne. Next stop was over to

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property. Over the years he has maintained a team of horses, farmed the area with his sons and enjoyed volunteering at the Ukrainian

The Lysyk family at their yard for a quick look around. Earl and Lucille purchased the acreage in 1979 and began from bare land with hardly a tree on it. They have developed it into a very attractive yardsite. Our final stop on the tour was at the home of Roy Reinhardt. Roy purchased the land in 1946 after serving his country during World War II. Roy and his family planted many of the wellestablished trees on the

Cultural Heritage Village in his spare time. He has managed to maintain the yard and large garden

along with assisting his sons with the farming operations. Roy, along with his daughters Sharon and husband Barry, Marilyn and husband Russell and son Barry were presented the award by Division 2 Councillor, Wayne Woldanski. I could not have asked for a better day concerning the weather and everyone that we travelled with during the Farmstead Beautification Tour. I enjoyed the opportunity to meet all of you! On behalf of Lamont County, I would like to thank each of the recipients and their families for the wonderful hospitality throughout the day! Each recipient who received this award was more than deserving of it. We appreciate all of your hard work put in to maintain such beautiful and unique yardsites.

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Open House

Functional Planning Study, Highway 15 Strathcona County, at the request of Alberta Transportation, is undertaking a functional planning study for the upgrading of the section of Highway 15 between Range Road 220 and Highway 830 North. The study aims to determine the medium- and long-term needs of the highway. As part of this study, the consultant CIMA+ is conducting a series of open houses. The upcoming open house will be the final opportunity for public involvement in this study. The purpose of this last open house is to present the recommendations regarding future roadway upgrades in the study area and to receive public input.

Attend an Open House Wednesday, September 26, 2012 Good Hope Community Hall 21076 Township Road 542 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Refreshments will be served. Public input from the open house will be used to assist the consultant in developing the Functional Plan. For further information, visit the County’s website at:



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Dan Dmytryshyn 780-297-2462

Tony Maghee 780-464-8035

10 - The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), Tuesday, September 18, 2012

4-H Elk Island Light Horse Summer Fun Submitted by 4H Elk Island Light Horse Club As summer winds to a close the 4-H Elk Island Light Horse Club would like to get everyone excited about our c o m i n g year! Club members have been doing a lot of individual riding on these beautiful summer days and enjoyed some amazing club activities. On June 23 we had our Achievement Day. The morning was spent showing off the accomplishment of our project goals, followed by lunch and a long trail ride at Blackfoot Recreational Area and a wiener roast. The next day we enjoyed a tour of Northland's before expe-

riencing some thoroughbred racing. We weren't very good at picking winners but we capped off a great day with pizza. Our last riding lesson

was June 26. Everyone enjoyed lessons this year and we learned a lot and saw a great improvement in our riding skills. It will be great to get back to them in the fall. One of the best experiences of the 4-H year is regional Horse Camp. It was held August 15 to 18 at the Vermilion Agricultural grounds. We spent about five

hours a day on horseback trying out things like roping, equitation, trail, gymkhana, reining, and drill team. We also got the chance to meet members from other clubs, play games, go swimming, and learn about horse care and provincial 4H programs. The weather was beautiful, but by late afternoon riders and mounts were sweaty and tired. We handed out new club jackets to show off in the cooler evenings. On August 28 we met to clean up the club room at Walker School. That was a good excuse for lunch and a fun ride. If you have any questions call Cindy 780-3633772 or Jana 780-7962473.

Members of the 4-H Elk Island Light Horse Club enjoy time spent together both outside and inside of the show ring. They are looking forward to this upcoming year, and are hoping to attract new members to the fold.

The Lamont

Leader Posters, Programs, Brochures, Business Cards... All your needs available here Contact The Lamont Leader for more information: 780-895-2780 5038-50 ave. Lamont Allow up to two weeks for big orders

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Church Calendar For more information call 780-895-2780 Bethlehem Lutheran Church 5008 - 50 St. Bruderheim 780-796-3543 Pastor Richard Williams Bethelehem Lutheran Church Sunday Service 9:30 am Bruderheim, Ab. Bethany Lutheran Church Sunday Service 11:00 am Beaver Hills, Ab. “Come as a guest, leave as a friend”



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Residential Commercial Industrial Electrical Contracting

Orthodox V Parishes

Ryan Austin (780)238-5802

Sunday Divine Liturgy 10:00 am 780-895-2149 Friday, September 21 Nativity of the Virgin Mary Sunday, September 23 - Tone 7 10:00 a.m. - Mundare




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Lamont Alliance Church 44 st. & 50 Ave. 780-895-2879 Pastor Ron Wurtz Sunday Service 10:00 am

“Children and families are a top priority for us, come join us!” Current Events •Summer Sermon series: “Women of the Bible”. •There is no Sunday School during the summer but there is A special Children story time in each service. •Nursery every Sunday. •Men’s breakfast, 8:am last Saturday of each month

Call the Church for more information

Roman Catholic Church Cluster of Parishes of Our Lady of Angels Fort Saskatchewan Roman Catholic Services Lamont Auxiliary Hospital Saturday Evenings 4:00 pm Our Lady of Good Counsel - Skaro 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays 9:00 am St. Michael the Archangel - St. Michael 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 am For further information please call O.L.A. Fort Saskatchewan at 780-998-3288

Lamont United Church 5306 - 51 Ave., Lamont 780-895-2145 Sunday Worship time 11:15 a.m. Rev. Deborah Brill Service Sundays at 11:15 am Church Supper September 21 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm UCW Harvest Supper - October 12 5:00 pm 7:00 pm Emerald’s Dinner & Dance November 17 More information to come Everyone Welcome! AA meeting Thursdays at 8:30 pm

Bruderheim Moravian Church Welcomes You! 780-796-3775 Sunday Worship 10:30 am Sunday School for all ages begins October 7-9:15 am Jr. Youth - Kindergarten - Grade 6 Begins September 26 6:00 - 7:45 pm Located at the 4-way stop in Bruderheim

Place an ad in the church directory for $42 per month

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B & D HITCHES 5113 - 52 Ave. Vegreville

• Fifth Wheel & Gooseneck Hitches • Signature Series/Elite Series 5th Wheels • Truck Receiver Hitches • Brake Controls • Ball & Ballmounts • Installation Available • All your RV/Trailer Wiring Repairs

780-632-7090 WE’VE GOT THE BALLS.... to get you hitched!

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CONSTRUCTION Taylor Made Contracting Ltd.

KENNELS Pet Boarding Service

Cozy Critters

Box 462, Hwy 15 Bruderheim, Alberta T0B-2R0

Phone 780-992-7990


• Basement Finish • Garage Finish • Decks • Fences • Renovations “ Create Your Man Cave or Lady Lair”

Trevor Taylor Ryan Taylor 780-984-6356 780-953-0614 Email:

Cornicee Exteriors 780-722-6396 • Continuous Eavestrough • Soffit • Fascia Cladding • Custom Aluminum Capping • Gutter Guard


Advertise in our Business Directory for as low as $40/month

Where your Yard is the Star! • Rototilling • Grass Mowing • Snow Clearing • Yard Clean up

Trisha Karpiuk Owner Operator

Phone: 780-736-2234 Cell: 403-318-2929

PEDICURIST Angels Pedicures Good for your Sole! Bridal Parties, Special Occasions or just Everyday! Mobile Service available for on location events. Accepting appointments at LA Hair Designs every Thursday from 11 am to 7 pm!

Book your appointment today!

Cindy 780-970-4071

12 - The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), Tuesday, September 18, 2012

CN gives all clear signal to repair railway crossings in Town of Lamont


Michelle Pinon



Sandi Maschmeyer, acting chief administrative officer for the town, informed council at its Sept. 11 meeting that CN is planning on doing the repairs to these crossings before the middle of October. That was the assurance Maschmeyer received in an email from Warren Chandler from CN on Aug. 29. Chandler then stated that: “My engineering colleagues are aware of the crossing concerns and have a plan in place to address it. Weather permitting they will be out in Lamont to upgrade these crossings before the middle of October.”

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RENOVATIONS KT Mechanical LTD Kevin Tychkowsky Lamont, Alberta Commercial & Residential • Heating • Air Conditioning • Refrigeration

Phone: 292-2336 Fax: 895-2809 20 years experience!

PLUMBING & HEATING CN Rail is expected to undertake repairs on the railway crossings in Lamont in mid-October. Maschmeyer says the town had received numerous complaints from citizens about the state of the crossings over the past four months. She estimates there has been upwards of 15 complaints that have been made to staff, and is thankful repairs will be proceeding in the near future. The town pays a monthly maintenance fee of $236 to CN for the railway crossing on the west end of town.

Drolet Plumbing & Gas Plumbing - Gas Fitting, Pressuer Water System Service and New Construction, Water Heaters, Boilers, Garage Heaters, Radiant Floor Heating

Paul Drolet - Retired Plumbing & Gas Inspector

Ph: 780-895-2056 Cell: 780-722-1768


Call today to rent this space! 780-895-2780

TREE REMOVAL Titan Tree Moving Serivce Huge 82” 6 spade mover ensures high survivability and less babysitting.

Motor Vehicle Accidents, Fatal Accidents, Wills & More Elizabeth J. Tatchyn, B.A., LL.B BARRISTER & SOLICITOR at the Elk Island Insurance Agency By appointment only * Speaks Ukrainian * Lamont 780-895-2100 Edmonton: 780-425-5800


Around 100 people attended Bruderheim School’s Meet the Staff BBQ Sept. 11th. The parent advisory council as represented by Cynthia Willis, middle, who is setting up a playground committee to raise funds this year, and many special events and activities are being planned by staff, including principal Sven Danzinger, left, and new Grade 4/5 teacher Jessica Massel. A graduate of EIPS, Massel says everyone has been very friendly and welcoming, and has helped her transition easily into her new position.


Call 780-603-3437

TRUCKING Trevor Schinkinger Trucking Ltd. • Sand, Gravel & Top Soil • Loading & Hauling • Landscaping • Excavating • Demolition

ArTeam Realty

Independently owned and operated

"I live in Lamont County!" Mary Robinson 780-977-2648

Ph: 780-895-2349

Cell: 780-220-5405

Box 412 Lamont, Alberta T0B-2R0

780-895-2780 for info.

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The The Tofield LamontMercury Leader Classified Ad Rates ALL CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE PREPAID BEFORE INSERTION For your convenience we accept cash, cheque, Mastercard, VISA and Interac. CLASSIFIED RATE $10.75 minimum for first 25 words, plus .54 GST, total $11.29. and 39¢ per extra word. Customers are responsible for verifying the accuracy of repeat ads. For bolding add an extra $5 LEGAL NOTICE RATES 74¢ per agate line, plus GST. DEADLINE FOR ADVERTISING IS FRIDAY by 5 p.m. All advertising is subject to the approval of the Editor/Publisher. Phone: 780-662-4046 Fax: 780662-3735. Email:

Announcements Alcoholics Anonymous meetings. Thursday evening 8 pm - 9 pm at Bardo Lutheran Church (downstairs) Please use back door. 473757 Ave Tofield. For more info please call 780-977-0517 TFN

Coming Events Spilstead Community Church service at 2:30 p.m. Every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month. Everyone Welcome! Contact Pastor Ken Stumph 780-619-2174. 4/11p ____________________________ Air Brake courses coming up in Bawlf Thurs. Sept. 13 or Thurs. Oct. 4. Also class 1 & 3 Drivers Licence basic training courses begins again Fri. Sept. 28. Presented by C.A.M. Drivers Education, Government Licensed and Bonded since 1993. For more info or to register call 780373-2400 or toll free 1-877-6722131 04/05wr ____________________________ Christmas Market, Sat. Dec. 1, 2012 Mundare Recreation Centre in conjunction with the Mundare Christmas Extravaganza. Vendors phone Town of Mundare 780-7643929 $15 per table. 5/6LL ____________________________ Wedding Shower of Carole Preston and Severin Heiberg. The shower will be held at Bardo Community Centre on Saturday, Sept. 22 at 2:30 p.m. Wedding will take place at the Heiberg Farm on Sept.29. 5p

For Rent 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 ____________________________ In Mundare large 1 bedroom $750 per month $750 D.D. and 2 bedroom $800 per month $800 D.D. Available immediately. Call Debbie 780-764-3740 48/05p ____________________________ Newly renovated basement suite in fourplex. Two bedrooms, heat, water, fridge, stove, washer, dryer included. Newer paint, kitchen cabinets, bathroom fixtures, laminate floors. $850 rent plus $850 DD. Call 780-920-6847. 50TFN ____________________________ Farmland for rent 2 - 40 plus acre fields previously in hay. 4 miles north of Tofield. Contact Debbie 780-722-2421 4/7 p

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1000 sq. ft. bi-level, 4 bdrm house. 1 1/2 baths, newly renovated / clean. Large fenced back yard, rear parking, close to schools and downtown. $1150 per month + DD. No smoking / no pets in Tofield call Pam 780-662-3825 5/6p ____________________________ Brand new! Upper level of up / down duplex, 1349 sq. ft. 2 bdrm. 2 baths in bi - level house in Tofield. Fireplace, dishwasher, private front load washer/dryer.Power, water, heat and heated double car garage. $1400/month. Also lower level 2 bdrm, 2 bath, 1250 sq. ft for $1200 per month with private front load washer / dryer, dishwasher, heated single car garage. Sound barrier. Tofield is 40 min. east of Edmonton with all amenities and easy access to Hwy, 14, 834,16 and 630. Mature adults only. References required. No pets. Available October 1. Phone 780-662-3596 or 780-9140172

For Sale Squier Mini Electric Guitar with vox amplifier. Includes stand and carrying case. $65 for all four pieces. phone 780-608-4328 nc/tfn ____________________________ Royal Albert “Old Country Roses” 10 piece place setting. Includes bread & butter, dinner & dessert plates, cups and saucers, and several serving dishes. $500 phone 780-608-4328 nc/tfn ____________________________ Orleans gold plated flatware. Beautiful scrolled and embossed design. 12 piece set includes: salad and dinner forks, dessert and serving spoons and knives. Complete with walnut case. $125, call 780608-4328 nc/tfn ____________________________ Antique metal head and foot board (includes rails) and four drawer pine dresser (medium brown). Both circa 1930’s. Asking $75 each or $135 for the set. Phone 780-608-4328nc/tfn ____________________________ Set of 4 Goodyear Nordic winter tires p195/65/R15 on 5 stud 15 inch wheels $350 phone 780-662-2833 5/6p ____________________________ 12 foot aluminum boat. 4 hp Evenrude Twin Motor. 8’ tilt steel trailer from Home Depot. Selling as a package only $1995 phone 780662-0225 5p

Garage Sale Garage Sale. More antiques and collectable, and more junk! Friday, Sept. 21, 5 - 8 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 22, 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. #223 Beavercreek Estates Tofield. 5p

Help Wanted Lily’s Steak and Pizza now hiring part-time and full-time experienced servers. Please drop off resume at 4803-Queens Street in Bruderheim. tfn ____________________________ Cook needed to start immediately. Apply at The Garage Pub and Grill in Tofield or email ctfn ____________________________ Reliable, dependable and motivated full time worker needed for mixed farm. Working with cattle, hogs, hay and grain. Experience an asset but will train. 780-663-3318. 01/05p ____________________________ Daytime janitorial help wanted in a school. 7:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. 5 hour shifts. $12.50 per hour. Must be over 18. Fax 780-589-2447 or email 04/5ll ____________________________

Pets Great Pyranese, Belgian Shepard cross puppies for sale. 5 puppies available $150 call 780-966-1132. tfn/nc

Real Estate PRICE REDUCED! 38.75 ACRES ON WYE (Highway 630)! Fantastic location on pavement (and on the Edmonton waterline) with several good potential building sites. Listed at $219,900. Call Kevin Smook, REALTOR®, Home-Time Realty at 780-662-4623. Visit our website at 5C

Services Roy’s Handyman Services. Flooring, trimwork, basement finishing, decks, fences, kitchen cabinet installs and carpentry work. 780662-0146 or 780-232-3097 tfn ____________________________ Save $500 - $2000 on furnace installations, replacements or new construction. Semi-retired tradesman. Free estimates. 780-7180262 04/11p ____________________________ Massage & Reflexology. 1 hour treatments. Marge 780-662-3066 tfn ____________________________ Tired of sorting receipts. Small business book keeping, tax help and administration assistance. 15 years experience. In home consultation. 780-608-5535 5p

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14 - The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Blanket Alberta Ads take approximately 10 days to process

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES ______________________ TAMPER OPERATOR Western Canada Cando, an employee-owned company supplying specialized rail services, is looking for a Tamper Operator. The successful candidate will operate a Mark IV Tamper and/or EJ6 Tamper, leading a small team responsible for aligning tracks, spreading ballast and tamping ties. Top candidates will have: Minimum of five years experience operating a tamper; CROR and TIG certifications; experience supervising small teams, interacting with customers and working independently; and experience working on Class 1 railways. This is a full-time position, with wage range of $24. to $30. per hour depending on experience. Requires extensive travel throughout Western Canada. Accommodations and living allowance provided. Benefits include an Employee Group Benefits plan and eligibility to participate in the Employee Ownership Plan. To apply: Fax 204-725-4100 or email: For more information on Cando, visit ______________________ AN ALBERTA CONSTRUCTION company is hiring Dozer and Excavator Operators. Preference will be given to operators that are experienced in oilfield road and lease construction. Lodging and meals provided. The work is in the vicinity of Edson, Alberta. Alcohol & drug testing required. Call Contour Construction at 780-7235051. ______________________ NEED TO ADVERTISE? Province wide classifieds. Reach over 1 million readers weekly. Only $259. + GST (based on 25 words or less). Call this newspaper NOW for details or call 1800-282-6903 ext. 228. ______________________ NOW HIRING! Water/ Electric/Gas Meter Installers & Field Technicians in Edmonton, Calgary & Medicine Hat. Are looking for an opportunity where you can make use of your skills & talents? Consider joining our team. For more information call 1-855-6976799. Or visit www.corix. com.

These blanket classified ads are produced through a joint agreement by The Community Press, Viking Weekly Review, Lamont Leader, Tofield Mercury and Alberta Weekly Newspaper Association (AWNA). These ads appear in all AWNA member papers (120 papers) for the cost of $259.00 for the first 25 words, $8.00 per word over 25. To place a blanket classified, call a CARIBOU PUBLISHING representative at 780-385-6693 or email

NOW LOCATED in Drayton Valley. BREKKAAS Vacuum & Tank Ltd. Wanted Class 1 & 3 Drivers with all valid tickets. Top wages, excellent benefits. Please forward resume to: Email: Phone 780-621-3953. Fax 780621-3959. ______________________ FAST TRACK to Parts and Materials Technician. New 36 week program at GPRC Fairview campus. Begins November 5. Challenge 1st and 2nd year apprenticeship exams. 1-888-9997882. Ask for Brian; www. ______________________ REQUIRED FOR AN ALBERTA trucking company: one class 1 driver. Must have a minimum of 5 years experience pulling low boys and driving off road. Candidate must be able to pass a drug test and be willing to relocate to Edson, Alberta. Scheduled days off. Call Lloyd 780723-5051. ______________________ EXPERIENCED WATER and Vacuum Haulers required. H2S, PST, First Aid. Above average day rate and cushy benefits plan. There is a $2000. signing bonus for winter drivers. Fax 403-934-3487. Email: reception@mjswa ______________________ HEAVY EQUIPMENT REPAIR LTD. currently has full-time positions available: H/D Truck & Transport Mechanic & Parts Counter Person. Contact Herb 780-8493768; (cell) 780-849-0416. Fax 780-849-4453. Email: ______________________ IMMEDIATE OPENINGS all Alberta areas for Highway Maintenance Class 1 or 3 Operators. Fax resume to Carillion Canada at 780-449-0574 or email: ______________________ EARN EXTRA CASH! Part-time, full-time immediate openings for men & women. Easy computer work, other positions are available. Can be done from home. No experience needed; ______________________ SEEKING A CAREER in the Community Newspaper business? Post your resume for FREE right where the publishers are looking. Visit: resumes_add.php.

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In Focus CALC

WATER STATIONS Water Stations in Lamont County Lamont County has two water stations available to the ratepayers. Please call 780-895-2233 or visit the county office to set up an account. Hilliard Water Station Located on Highway 15, on the west side of Hilliard Potable Water (safe to drink) Key Accounts as well as coin operated (Loonies or Quarters) St. Michael Water Station Located at Range Road 184 and Township Road 580 – 6 miles north of Highway 45 Non Potable Water (not safe to drink) Key Accounts Only Please call 780-895-2547 to report any performance or maintenance problems with the water stations.


Billing and Account enquiries can be directed to: Renee Armbruster, Taxation & Assessment 780-895-2233

Meet Michael Mucz author of Baba's Kitchen Medicines: Folk Remedies of Ukrainian Settlers in Western Canada @ Lamont Public Library located in the Lamont High School 4811 -50th Avenue Saturday, September 22 @ 1:00 PM For more information, please call 780-895-2299.




Bridge Construction Closures The following bridge structures are scheduled for construction and upgrades and will SOON be closed to motoring traffic Bridge Site: Bridge: 8398, Limestone Creek, Range Road 185 Location: 5 km south of Highway 45 near St. Michael (NE 17 -56-18 W4) Bridge Site: Bridge: 74922, Tributary to Beaverhill Creek, Township Road 562 Location: 1km north of Bruderheim (SE 17-56-20 W4) Bridge Site: Bridge: 744, Beaverhill Creek, Range Road 180 Location: 3.5 km north of Highway 16 near Chipman (SW 30-53-17 W4)

Lamont County Library Board Meeting Wednesday, October 10, 2012, at 7:00 p.m. Lamont County Administration Building 5303 - 50th Avenue, Lamont

Employment Opportunities Lamont County is currently seeking applications for the following positions: Construction Foreman, and Safety and Utility Coordinator Please visit our website at; email: or pick up information about these opportunities at the County Administration building.


Bridge Site: Bridge: 74128, Astotin Creek, Range Road 205 Location: 8 km north of Highway 15 near Bruderheim (NW 17-56-20 W4) Bridge Site: Bridge: 75346, Watercourse, Range Road 195 Location: 5 km north of Highway 16 near Elk Island Park (SW 32-53-19 W4) Please check further issues of the IN FOCUS FOR EXACT DATES OF EACH BRIDGE CLOSURE!!!! Any questions regarding the Bridge Closures can be directed to the Public Works office at 780-895-2547.

PHONE: (780) 895-2233 FAX: (780) 895-7404

TOLL FREE: 1-877-895-2233 EMAIL:

Sept 18 Leader  

September 18, 2012 edition of the Lamont Leader

Sept 18 Leader  

September 18, 2012 edition of the Lamont Leader