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Lamont Terry Fox Run raises $12,717 for cancer Touching tribute for Len Siracky as family members wear their hearts on their sleeves


A total 53 people participated in the annual Lamont Terry Fox Run on Sept. 15. A group photo was taken before participants embarked on three, five and 10 kilometre trek. Michelle Pinon Editor

"You're the people who make it possible," stated Allan Borys, Grand Knight of Our Lady of Lourdes Star Knights of Columbus Council #6382, addressing the 53 participants of the Lamont Terry Fox Run on Sept. 15. Borys also thanked co-ordinator Shanon Skitsko, who in turn thanked his mom Nadine. "The whole event wouldn't be possible without my mom Nadine who did the fundraising." Skitsko also recognized the efforts of other volunteers who assisted with canvassing, registration, confirming and reconciling the money count, helping with setup, lunch and clean up. He also acknowledged the runners. "Thank you for picking up the run from and for Terry Fox and his Marathon of Hope for those who've passed from cancer, those who live with cancer or those who are survivors. Thank you also for your commitment and perseverance in search of sponsors. It's not easy to ask people to open their

wallets in sponsorship." A couple of the top fundraisers were Joannie Lopushinsky, who raised $2,730; and Sandy McDonald, who raised $1,520. Skitsko said that every dollar counts, and was very pleased to announce that a grand total of $12,717 had been raised. Donna Carter took the opportunity to thank Shanon as well. Carter mentioned Stan Kornicki, who organized the first Terry Fox Run in Lamont. Kornicki, had given her a part of a Lipstick Plant many years ago."I managed to keep a bit of his plant alive. It bloomed this summer and I'd like to pass it on." No sooner had Carter finished speaking when Carmen Palinchuk offered to house the plant at the Lamont Health Care Centre. Carmen is one of three daughters of Len Siracky, who was named honourary person for the 2013 Lamont Terry Fox Run. By Carmen's side were her sisters Louise Redmond and Chris Guse. Their mother Toni received a wonderful bouquet of flowers on

behalf of the K of C which were presented by Edward Medynski. "Thank you for honouring our dad today," added Chris. Lamont town councillor Steve Sharun also thanked event organizers on behalf of himself, coun. Sylvia McDonald who was also in attendance, fellow members of town council and staff. "Thanks for carrying on the tradition." Lamont has been in the top 10 municipalities in terms of fundraising for the Marathon of Hope. Borys thanked all of the participants once again before encouraging them to bring more of their neighbours and friends back for next year's run.

Members of the Siracky family pose together for a picture following the event. Pictured from left to right are: Carmen Palinchuk, Toni Siracky, Chris Guse. In the back is Louise Redmond.

2 - The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), Tuesday, September 17, 2013


Zack Pelrine made a $1,000 donation to The Lamont Fire Department on behalf of ASB Racing Saturday September 14. Seen here handing over the cheque to Fire Chief John Helton. The Lamont Fire Department had a very successful weekend with the Heroes in the Sky event. It was attended by approximately 500 people over the weekend, and raised $6,522.70 during the two day event.

Heroes in the Sky raises over $6,500 Michelle Pinon Editor

Darren Wilson and Herb Resch on Lamont Foods roof.

Child enjoying bouncy castle.

Ray, Brady and Zack Pelrine playing follow the leader with Sparky the fire dog, at the “Heroes in the Sky� fundraiser.

The nitro drag racing trio of brothers Ray and Zack Pelrine along with cousin Brady Pelrine were on hand to present Lamont Fire Chief John Helton with a $1,000 cheque during the Heroes in the Sky fundraising event last Saturday afternoon. The presentation was made on behalf of ASB Racing. The donation helped increase the amount of proceeds during the two day event, Sept. 14 and 15 to reach a grand total of $6,522.70. Helton was very pleased with the results and the number of people, estimated to be around the 500 mark, who came out to support the volunteer firefighters. It was the second year the department has held the fundraiser, and it garnered a lot of encouragement and appreciation as well as public awareness and education. Heroes in the Sky also marked the launch of the Firefighters 1st volunteer firefighter calendar. According to Chad Sartison, chair of province-wide campaign, "The calendar initiative is truly community based and every dollar raised through selling the calendar will stay in the community where it was raised." Sartison went onto say: "The Heroes in the Sky event is exciting because

despite some natural friendly competition among departments about who can sell the most calendars, in the end it is all about supporting each other and doing something meaningful together during this weekend." He also pointed out that: "This year's efforts seem even more relevant given the high profile firefighter deaths in the States and the unimaginable flooding in Southern Alberta." Sartison, a career captain with the Foothills Fire Department and volunteer with his location station added: "We know that volunteer firefighters make a significant contribution to communities, bow how can we possibly measure it? Over 9,000 of Alberta's 12,000 firefighters are volunteeers, and every time you leave the city limits, you are in their hands. But the volunteer fire service across Canada is in need of attention and funding, and it is getting more difficult for rural fire departments to attract volunteers." "The goals of this campaign is to raise much-needed funds, but perhaps most importantly, to raise the profile of these everyday heroes. My hope is that we can build awareness that will prompt the public to ask their elected officials what their plan is for the volunteer service - because this, more than funding, will help to bring about change."

The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), September 17, 2013- 3

Mundare School will be built on time and on budget Michelle Pinon Editor

They say nothing is a sure thing, but Patrick Martins would beg to differ. The project manager for the new Mundare School knows nothing will stop him and his colleagues from opening the doors to the $7.1 million facility next September. "Govan Brown prides itself on being able to complete projects within budget and on time," stated Martins, during a recent onsite visit. "We are committed to having it (new school) open next September, and we can't deviate from the plan." Both Martins and onsite superintendent Ed Brassard said they are both relieved to have everything "back on schedule" after a couple of wet months in June and July. They also feel very fortunate to have been able to tap into the web of people and resources throughout the company which is based in Toronto, and has offices in Vancouver and Calgary. Plans are also in the works to open an Edmonton office in the near future, added Brassard. They are constantly networking and feel industry contacts have also played a crucial role in the progress of the project. Another important component of the project are the people. "We've been touched by people in the community who've thanked us for building the school and making a difference," said Martins. Community members have offered inspiration, motivation, and special insights into the history of the school. Both Martins and Brassard have enjoyed hearing stories and sharing memories with folks who've dropped by the construction site in recent months. "It's an exciting change," stressed Martin, which really incorporates the cycle of life, and will be the lifeblood of the community for many years to come.


Site superintendent Ed Brassard was all smiles during a tour of the construction site late Friday afternoon. The temperature soared to 33 degress celsius as steel workers kept busy on location. The new school will be open next September for classes for students Grades KGrade 8.

In Remembrance

Jack Gregoraschuk

Nov. 19, 1924 - May 10, 1997

Julia Gregoraschuk

Sept. 27, 1931 - Sept. 23, 2012

Notice of Nomination Day Local Authorities Election Act (Section 26) Local Jurisdiction: Village of Andrew Province of Alberta Notice is hereby given that Nomination Day is Monday, September 23, 2013 and that nominations for the election of candidates for the following offices will be received at the location of the local jurisdiction office set out below between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 Noon on Nomination Day. Office Councillor

No. of Vacancies 5

Location (Address) of Local Jurisdiction Office: Village of Andrew Office 5021 - 50 Street Andrew, Alberta T0B 2R0 Dated at the Village of Andrew in the Province of Alberta, this 9th day of September 2013. Pat Skoreyko, Returning Officer Nomination packages may be picked up at the Village of Andrew Office Monday to Friday 8:30 am - 12 noon and 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm

In loving memory of our beloved parents Jack and Julia Gregoraschuk. We hold you close within our hearts and there you shall remain always;to walk with us throughout our lives until we meet .again. You memories are with us forever; you are quietly remembered in a silent grief ever present in our hearts. May you rest in peace in the love of our God and rise in glory where only light and joy abides. Forever loved and sadly missed, by your son Jim, daughter Joan, an son-in-law Kevin

4 - The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), Tuesday, September 17, 2013


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Kind Souls When Toni Siracky came over to me with outstretched arms to thank me for doing the article in the paper about her husband Len (who was given the honour of having the 2013 Lamont Terry Fox Run held in his name," I was caught off guard. I had never met Toni, but was I was very touched by her loving gesture. She was crying, but still managed to think of and thank many of the organizers and supporters of the local fundraiser during the course of the event. Grateful and gracious to one and all, Toni was a shining example of courage. It was the same courage I'm sure her husband had, and the same courage Terry Fox had. Totally selfless. Toni also reminded me of Auntie Judy (Nygaard) who also suffered from Chronic Lymphasitic Leukemia. She had the strongest will to live of anyone I knew, besides my mother Marian, who had multiple surgeries and chemotherapy treatments before she passed away in 2005. Cancer survivors have the uncanny ability to think of others before themselves. They focus on loved ones to take their mind off their pain. They even try and disguise how terrible their feeling, by talking about the weather, the kids, grandkids, etc. The only thing they let on is that they "have to go and lay down for awhile." I remember my mom would practically do anything not to go to emergency despite the fact she had a fever of 102 degrees or she had fallen down on the way to the bathroom in the middle of the night. Nausea, diarrhea, and multiple trips between the doctor’s office and blood testing facility were par for the course week in and week out during the dark days. When she was told the cancer had spread, it was the end of the beginning and the beginning of the end. Just like Toni we are left to follow in the footsteps of loved ones and we will not rest either until a cure in found.

Stuffy Noses

Toni Siracky left accepts a bouquet of flowers from Edward Medynski following the luncheon that was held at the Lamont Recreation Centre after the Terry Fox Run September 15.

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Tea, Kleenex and Advil Cold & Sinus are what parents needs the first couple weeks after kids go back to school. I have always wondered why and how this happens? You can work a job with the public all year long and never get sick, but as soon as school starts you can guarantee you will have the worst head cold ever. Nothing like kids having to stay home sick from school the first couple weeks after the nice long summer holiday. You hate to keep them out of school because they are sick but really you have no choice. Don’t want to share it anymore then it already has been. Not that school is the reason. I’m sure it’s the plus 30 temperatures during the day and the plus 5 temperatures at night. But like anything else we need someone to blame for the runny noses. In the meantime I will grab my box of kleenex, and cup of tea and keep complaining about the wonderful seasonal head colds. Jodie Derksen

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The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), September 17, 2013- 5

Bumpy railway crossing spurs debate at council Michelle Pinon Editor

Even though the Town of Lamont has been put on the waiting list for repairs to the rail crossing on the west side of town for the past year, there has been no action by Canadian National (CN) to date. The issue was brought back to the table once again by Lamont town councillor Steve Sharun during the Sept.10 meeting. Sharun wanted to know where things stood in regards to the long awaited repairs. “We are on the list,� stated Sandi Maschmeyer, acting chief administrative officer. “Where exactly we are on the list; I don’t know.� According to an email that Maschmeyer sent to Warren Chandler of CN on Sept. 4, she asked for a time frame as to when to expect the repairs to be done. Chandler responded by stating: “I have been very aggressive with my engineering colleagues about this situation and they have indicated to me that they plan to conduct the work within the next couple weeks. I am trying to get a more firm date from them.� Chandler went onto apologize for the delay in the work and that he completely understood her and council’s concerns and frustrations. But Sharun, who was also visibly frustrated by the situation, thought that maybe more could be done to persuade CN to take some action. Sharun said that

stopping payment of the town’s monthly railway maintenance fee would probably result in the quickest form of action. “Tell them (CN) they just received their last payment,� stated Sharun. “We would need a motion,� said coun. Gail Hrehorets. “We can’t keep playing this game,� added Sharun, referring to the number of emails Maschmeyer has been faithfully sending CN representative Warren Chandler on a regular basis for the past year. “If we can’t get a definite date from them we’ll make a stop payment on the railroad crossing fee,� stated Sharun in the form of a motion. “That will go over like a lead balloon,� quipped coun. Mike Brown. But Sharun said a lot of people are upset by the state of disrepair at the crossing. “They come to town and loose their wheels.� Coun. Gail Hrehorets said Chandler must have a boss over him, and suggested they try and reach a resolution internally before antagonizing them. Coun. Brown asked if they really want to stop payment on the monthly fee? “Do we want to go to court again?� questioned Brown. Maschmeyer suggested they try one more time before launching into that type of action. Mayor Bill Skinner asked Sharun if he wanted to rescind his motion, and Sharun agreed to do that. Maschmeyer told The Lamont Leader that every municipality that has railway crossings must pay a monthly maintenance fee. The cost of the monthly

fee for the Town of Lamont is $257.43. Chandler responded to an email The Lamont Leader sent on Sept. 13. He reiterated that CN will be upgrading the crossing surface and replacing the planks within the week.

The railway crossing along 51 Avenue has been a point of contention for some time.

ATM robbed in Mundare Michelle Pinon Editor

Vegreville RCMP are still investigating a crime which occured at the Servus Credit Union branch in Mundare sometime between Sept. 3 and 4. According to RCMP,

sometime between closing time on Sept. 3 and opening time on Sept. 4, a person used a pry bar to open the Automated Banking Machine and left with an undisclosed amount of cash. Video surveillance shows an individual who is in disguise and wearing gloves enter the

lobby area, vandalize the ATM, and leave the premises. To date, no one has come forward to police with information and no reward has been offered.

Notice of Nomination Day Local Authorities Election Act (Section 26) Local Jurisdiction: Elk Island Public Schools Regional Division No.14, Province of Alberta

NOTICE is hereby given that NOMINATION DAY is MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2013 and that nominations for the election of candidates for the ofďŹ ce of PUBLIC SCHOOL

Notice of Nomination Day Local Authorities Election Act (Section 26) Local Jurisdiction: Town of Lamont Province of Alberta Notice is hereby given that Nomination Day is Monday, September 23, 2013

TRUSTEE will be received at Elk Island Public Schools Central Services, 683 Wye Road, Sherwood Park, Alberta, T8B 1N2, the local jurisdiction ofďŹ ce, between 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon on Nomination Day. Elk Island Public Schools’ (EIPS) Board of Trustees consists of nine (9) members to be elected from the following wards and electoral subdivisions. Notice is hereby given that nominations for the election of candidates will be accepted for the ďŹ lling of the following ofďŹ ces: ONE (1) trustee from the western portion of the County of Minburn No. 27 Ward ONE (1) trustee from Lamont County No. 30 Ward TWO (2) trustees from Electoral Subdivision No. 1, comprised of lands within the corporate limits of the City of Fort Saskatchewan

and that nominations for the election of candidates for the following offices will be received at the location of the local jurisdiction office set out below between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 Noon on Nomination Day. Office Mayor Councillor

Number of Vacancies 1 6

Location (Address) of Local Jurisdiction Office: Town of Lamont Municipal Office 5307 - 50 Avenue Lamont, Alberta T0B 2R0 Dated at the Town of Lamont in the Province of Alberta, this 5th day of September 2013.

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6 - The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Trustee Lopushinsky will seek re-election in upcoming election Submitted by Colleen Lopushinsky Elk Island Public Schools Board of Trustee and current Vice Chair, Colleen Lopushinsky will be seeking re-election this October 21, when county residents go to the polls. I was first elected in October 2012 and have served one term on the Elk Island Public Schools Board of Trustees. In the second and third year of my term I was acclaimed Vice Chair. In addition to serving as Vice Chair, I have also been involved with the Policy Review Committee and am currently the Chair of the Board/ATA Negotiations Alberta School Boards Association and the EIPS Representative. Last year I had the pleasure of participating in the Zone Edwin Parr Awards Committee where outstanding first year teachers are nominated and interviewed with hopes of receiving the prestigious award. The past three years have been an incredible personal and professional journey for me. It has been a learning experience unlike any other I've had. I have

always had a passion for children and our rural schools throughout my life I have always been very interested in leadership. Through active involvement at the School Advisory Council meetings and my attendance at school functions including fundraisers, Christmas concerts, awards, farewell and graduation ceremonies, I have had the pleasure of working with and getting to know the students, parents, staff and administrators. I have met so

many wonderful people and would love to continue to represent you and your concerns at the board table. On October 21, 2013, I humbly ask for your continued support. For a strong, passionate and caring voice, vote Colleen Lopushinsky for Elk Island Schools Board Trustee, Lamont County

2013 SEPARATE SCHOOL ELECTION NOTICE OF NOMINATION DAY (Local Authorities Election Act, Section 26) LOCAL JURISDICTION, Elk Island Catholic Separate Regional Division No. 41 PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Notice is hereby given that Nomination Day is Monday, September 23, 2013, and that nominations for the election of candidates for the following office will be received at the Elk Island Catholic Separate Regional Division No. 41 location set out below between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 Noon on Nomination Day. One (1) Separate School Trustee FORT SASKATCHEWAN WARD 2 Location Elk Island Catholic Separate Regional Division No. 41: Central Learning Services 160 Festival Way SHERWOOD PARK, AB, T8A 5Z2 DATED at Sherwood Park, Alberta, in the province of Alberta, this 29th day of August, A.D. 2013 Ryan Stierman, Returning Officer CANDIDATE INFORMATION PACKAGES In preparation for the October 21, 2013 Election of one (1) Separate school trustee to fill the position in Fort Saskatchewan Ward 2, for the Elk Island Catholic Separate Regional Division No. 41, information packages are available at the following location:

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Elk Island Catolic Schools Central Learning Services 160 Festival Way Sherwood Park, AB, T8A 5Z2 Telephone: (780) 467-8896

2013 SEPARATE SCHOOL ELECTION NOTICE OF NOMINATION DAY (Local Authorities Election Act, Section 26) LOCAL JURISDICTION, Elk Island Catholic Separate Regional Division No. 41 PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Notice is hereby given that Nomination Day is Monday, September 23, 2013, and that nominations for the election of candidates for the following office will be received at the Elk Island Catholic Separate Regional Division No. 41 location set out below between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 Noon on Nomination Day. One (1) Separate School Trustee Sherwood Park Ward 1 VEGREVILLE ELECTORAL SUBDIVISION 3 Location Elk Island Catholic Separate Regional Division No. 41: Central Learning Services 160 Festival Way SHERWOOD PARK, AB, T8A 5Z2 DATED at Sherwood Park, Alberta, in the province of Alberta, this 29th day of August, A.D. 2013 Ryan Stierman, Returning Officer CANDIDATE INFORMATION PACKAGES In preparation for the October 21, 2013 Election of one (1) Separate school trustee to fill the position in Sherwood Park Ward 1, Vegreville Electoral Subdivision 3, for the Elk Island Catholic Separate Regional Division No. 41, information packages are available at the following locations: 1) Elk Island Catolic Schools 2) 3) St. Martin’s School St.Mary’s School 4314 - 54A Avenue 4434 - 53 Street Central Learning Services Vegreville, AB Vegreville, AB 160 Festival Way T9C 1C8 T9C 1A1 Sherwood Park, AB, T8A 5Z2 Telephone: (780) 632-2266 Telephone: (780) 632-3934 Telephone: (780) 467-8896

The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), September 17 , 2013- 7

Identity Symbol survey results released publicly Michelle Pinon Editor

What do Bruderheim residents most identify with? That question will be answered shortly as the deadline for input has already come and gone for selection of the town’s symbol. Will it be Home of the Bruderheim Meteor, Home of the Prairie Schooner, Home of the Historic Gardens, or Home of the Heritage Days Event? Those were the options given to residents to choose from in the form of a survey they could complete online or submit in writing to the Town of Bruderheim. Voting began in May and ended earlier this month. Administration and council will now review the survey results and select the identity symbol they think will generate the most social and economic benefits for the town. Bruderheim Mayor Karl Hauch said that for some time now from people in town, from the broader community and different levels in government have been asking the question: “What does Bruderheim want to be know for, where does this community want to be in the future, all along being very mindful of Bruderheim’s heritage. So in response and as part of answering those questions, there has been an extensive community engagement process over the last several months to seek community input to help determine a symbol for the community’s identity.” The intent of the symbol is to visually tell the story of Bruderheim, build civic pride, and help to draw people to live, visit, and do business in the community. According to the survey guidelines, “The symbol may be something that relates to Bruderheim’s location, history, or current qualities and strengths, or be something that brings the past into the future.” Respondents were asked to consider appeal, flexibility, scope, image, marketability and feasibility while filling out the surveys. Based on survey results, 47 per cent of respondents wanted the identity symbol to represent the past, and felt Old Walker School was the most iconic symbol of Bruderheim. The majority of respondents also felt the most accurate description of Bruderheim would be friendly, (43%), and historical, (25 %). The top three things respondents said they love about Bruderheim were: the small town feel, friendly people, as well as community events and activities. All in all a total of 107 surveys were completed, which represents approximately 8.2 per cent of Bruderheim’s population. Of those respondents, 78 per cent were Bruderheim residents, and 40 per cent of the respondents had lived in the community for more than 10 years. As well, six per cent of respondents owned a business in Bruderheim, and the vast majority of them had also owned their business for more than 10 years. Five per cent of respondents were visitors to Bruderheim. Thirty six per cent of these respondents visit once a month, while 29 per cent visit every day. Interestingly, 59 per cent of survey respondents were female and the age groups that provided the greatest number of responses were: zero to nine years (28%), between 10 and 19 years (21%), and 40-49 years (14%). Council is expected to review the findings at its Oct. 2 meeting” Direction from council will come at that meeting as to next steps in this process,” added Hauch. Later on, the symbol will be incorporated into the town’s planning and strategic documents and advertised during promotions, events programs, marketing materials, and social media.

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HOJA HOEDOWN Acapella artists Matt Deroche, far left, Dave Elder, second from right, and Jessie Froese, far right, treated the audience of around 50 people to a delightful evening of entertainment at the Chipman National Hall on Sept. 14. They made sure Chipman Mayor Jim Palmer, second from left, got in on their act, as he particpated during the Tim McGraw song Something Like That. The complementary musical concert was sponsored by the Chipman Agricultural Society.

Fort Sask. bridge construction The Fort Saskatchewan bridge is currently under construction. Motorists are advised of construction times weather permitting from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. weekdays, 9 p.m. to 9 a.m. weekends fromnow until September 30. One 4.0 metre lane will be available across the bridge during work hours.Alter-nating traffic will be directed by signals on both ends of the bridge. Speed reduction in the work zone will be 50km/h. Outside work hours, unrestricted two-way traffic will restored. Work will occur at night to minimize disruption to motorists. Project cost: $175,000 Additional information This bridge was constructed in 1957 and continues to safely serve the region. It is a critical connector for residents and industry, carrying nearly 19,000 vehicles daily and over 7% commercial traffic. This bridge was recently inspected twice, on August 8 to review the deck and plan for these repairs, and on August 21 to assess the overall safety of the structure. Both inspections were part of the routine schedule and no immediate safety concerns were discovered.


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The annual Community Awareness event was held Wednesday, September 11 at the Lamont Community Hall. Many community groups and organziations were there to give information and answer any questions for residents.

Rental idea bounced around Michelle Pinon Editor

Lamont town councillor Steve Sharun didn't know whether to stick his nose into it or not. But he decided to go out on a limb during last Tuesday's council meeting to express his thoughts, concerns, and suggestions in regards to council's previous decision to donate $725 to cover the costs of an inflatable bouncy house for the Lamont Fire Department's Heroes in the Sky fundraiser on Sept. 14 and 15. "What kind of fundraiser is this?" wondered Sharun aloud. He also musing about how many hot dogs, hamburgers, and pancakes the department would have to sell to recover the rental costs of the bouncy house. He also wondered

the "Fire about the merit of allo- purchase cating that much money Within" calendars for for the benefit of 20 to 30 $20. Coun. Gail Hrehorets children. Sharun added that he interjected saying that was working with fire council had passed the motion at c h i e f the previJ o h n ous meetHelton ing and to see if that Sharun t h e y could not could go against r e n t that motion another since he inflatvoted in a b l e favour of it, house Steve Sharun along with from the Fish and Game all of the other council Association at a much members on Aug.27. She did acknowledge lower price. It was pointed out that that Sharun had raised the fire department several interesting points would not be selling hot and made her ask why dogs, hamburgers, or the fire department didpancakes, that the food n't use funds from its was free of charge for budget for the inflatable people who are in atten- house especially since dance at the event. The the fire department only cost to attendees already receives a yearly would be if they chose to allocation of funding

from the town. Acting chief administrative officer Sandi Maschmeyer said she would speak with the fire chief about the issue. Maschmeyer also mentioned there had been some miscommunication over the years but they were now working more closely together. "We will be better informed next year and can direct questions to the fire chief. Mayor Bill Skinner said they would continue to see better communication in the future. Helton confirmed the bouncy house that was originally rented was in fact used during the event.


Crews began work ing on construction of the new water and sewer lines early Monday morning in Lamont.

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Local Authorities Election Act (Section 26) Local Jurisdiction: Town of Bruderheim Province of Alberta Notice is hereby given that Nomination Day is Monday, September 23, 2013 and that nominations for the election of candidates for the following offices will be received at the location of the local jurisdiction office set out below between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 Noon on Nomination Day. Office Mayor Councillor Location (Address) of Local Jurisdiction Office: Town of Bruderheim 5017 Queen Street Bruderheim, Alberta T0B 0S0

No. of Vacancies 1 6

Dated at the Town of Bruderheim in the Province of Alberta, this 29th day of August 2013. Elaine Milliken, Returning Officer Nomination packages may be picked up at the Bruderheim Town Office Monday to Friday 8:00 am - 12 noon and 12:30 pm - 4:00 pm

The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), September 17, 2013- 11

Lamont and District Chamber of Commerce logo design winner announced and speakers featured Michelle Pinon Editor

has been announced is Hi-Q. The test site, located in the southwest corner of the existing Canexus Terminal, will allow MEG Energy to continue the research and application of a new technology that would allow bitumen to be shipped in pipelines without light hydrocarbons. Rurberry talked about the company, it's Christina Lake project, what is being proposed for the Hi-Q project, as well some of the milestones and recent recognition of its founder and visionary Bill McCaffrey. Banks shared his special insights and information about the Sherwood Park & District Chamber of Commerce, and advice for the Lamont & District Chamber of Commerce. "I was elated to hear you were starting a chamber here." Banks said he would do whatever he could to assist members here. Banks also outlined some of the promotions and fundraisers the

There was no way Jennifer Hauer could contain her smile when she discovered she had won the logo design contest for the Lamont and District Chamber of Commerce. Hauer, a Grade 12 student at Lamont High School, was beaming from ear to ear when chamber president Brett McNeely told her the news in person during lunch hour Friday afternoon. Standing alongside Hauer was art teacher Holly Newnham, who also beaming with pride. Back in April, Newnham put out the challenge to students in her art class. Hauer's concept came to her instantly. "I wanted it to represent all that it (Lamont and district) is. Something not too complicated and not too simple." Hauer went onto describe her concept in more detail. The sun represents the imagery of nature and the wheat symbolizes agriculture; the very foundation of Lamont and its districts." The green in the logo reinforces the image of nature. "Lamont and its districts are enveloped by nature fields stretching beyond the horizon. There is no denying that nature plays a very big part of our way of life." The silver, represents industry and modernism, which has sprung up throughout the area. "The very symbol itself represents a shell surrounding a smaller seed. Although industry and civilization's advancement to a more uban lifestyle is becomeing more of our central focus as the years progress. The inside shows EMPLOYMENT the heart of our community; OPPORTUNITY nature and agriculture. The shell that we usually see is Join Our Wireless High Speed Internet Team taken away to see our founThe following Full-Time Position dation." is available in your area: A framed digitized copy of the logo will be presented Field Technician / Wireless Internet Installer to Hauer and the high Installation and maintenance of Internet at school at a later date," stated McNeely, who thanked customer locations Hauer and Newnham for r(PPEESJWJOHSFDPSE supporting the project. During the previous r*OEFQFOEFOUBOETFMGNPUJWBUFE evening, chamber members r'BNJMJBSJUZXJUIDPNQVUFSTBOESPVUFST were treated to three pre- r$PNGPSUBCMFXPSLJOHPVUEPPSTPOSPPGT sentations by guest speakers Suitable candidates will be trained. Jim Newman, manager of economic development for 5PBQQMZ FNBJMZPVSSFTVNFUPKPCT!NDTOFUDB Lamont County, Trev Ruberry, co-ordinator of community relations for MEG Energy, and Todd Beaverhill Pioneer Lodge Banks, executive director of LAMONT the Sherwood Park & is currently seeking applications for the District Chamber of Commerce. following positions: Newman focused on Alberta's Industrial • Cook .50 FTE Heartland and its economic • General Service Worker (dietary) .38 FTE potential in the region as 10 major investment annouEvery successful applicant must provide a ncements have already criminal record check prior to employtotaled more than $21 bilment commencing. lion and have garnered world wide attention as a Forward resumes to: clear choice for companies Lamont County Housing Foundation to put down roots. "The assets in the Heartland Attn: Deb Hancheruk make it the clear choice for PO Box 120 companies wanting to Lamont, AB T0B 2R0 invest in Western Canadian FAX: 780-895-2900 oil and gas processing," EMAIL: added Newman. One of the projects that

Sherwood Park & District Chamber of Commerce is involved in as well as some of the discount programs and special events which have helped make their chamber successful over the years.


Local artist and Grade 12 LHS student Jennifer Hauer holds up her winning logo design that was presented to her and the school by Brett McNeely, President of the Lamont and District Chamber of Commerce, during lunch hour Friday afternoon. Standing beside McNeely is art teacher Holly Newnham who had 10 students submit entries in the contest which began last spring. The chamber held its third meeting since its inception this past Thursday evening. Featured guest speakers included: Jim Newman, economic development manager for Lamont County, Trevor with MEG Energy, and Todd Banks, executive director of the Sherwood Park and District Chamber of Commerce.


The Town of Lamont is accepting applications for a Full Time Public Works Employee All applicants must possess a valid Class 3 License with air brakes or willingness to immediately acquire the same. A driver’s abstract will be required prior to employment. Qualifications: This successful applicant will have a strong work ethic, experience operating equipment, mechanical aptitude, and good communication, motivational and listening skills. The following would be an asset or willingness to acquire: First Aid and CPR Certificate Water Certification Certificate Pesticide Applicators license Town of Lamont provides excellent competitive wages, benefit package and paid standby. This is an hourly rated position depending on qualifications. Competition closes upon the selection of a suitable candidate. Please forward your resume/application to: Town of Lamont P.O. Box 330 5307-50 Ave. Lamont, Alberta TOB 2RO Email: The Town of Lamont thanks all applicants for their interest. However, only those who have been selected for an interview will be contacted.

12 - The Lamont Leader (Lamont, Alberta), Tuesday, September 17, 2013

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Combines were coming and going throughout Lamont County this past week. This tag team was spotted on Range Road 181 north of Highway 15 just west of Hilliard, late Thursday afternoon. Please remember to keep to take extra caution as farm machinery are on the roads this time of year.

ST MICHAEL HOTEL 3rd Annual For Friends Past

Saturday, Sept. 28 $12 Buffet 5pm

Annual Ride Music By: Hope N’ Hollar Ride Starts at 1 pm For more Info See: The food is great and the music is live! Michelle Pinon Photo

Sandy McDonald stands with Shanon Skitsko handing in his donations totally $1,520 on Sunday for the Terry Fox Run.


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Town Councillor Steve Sharun leads the participants in stretches before the Terry Fox Run on Sunday at the Lamont Arena.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS New contact information Kelly A. Kristensen, Barrister & Solicitor, Box 39, 29 Beaverhill Drive, Tofield, AB T0B 4J0. Office: 780662-2572 Mobile: 780-7198315 Fax: 780-662-7692. TM34-37p

COMING EVENTS COWBOY CHURCH at Viking Auction Market, Jct. of Hwy. 36 and 26. Fri., Sept. 27, at 7:30 p.m. All welcome, Call Terry at 780376-3599 or 780-336-2224. 35/36c ________________________ Fall Steak Fry @ Spilstead Hall on Friday, Sept. 20. BBQs fire up at 6 pm. 11 yrs & over is $12.50, 10 yrs & under or no steak is $6, Preschool age is free. For information780-662-2752 TM35p ________________________ Come Join Us! Moms with Little Ones. The 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month @ 12:30 pm. Come join us for lunch at Tofield Mennonite Church 780-6623166. TM 34/35c ________________________ Boys & Girls Club Registration Wednesday September 18th 6:30 - 8:00 pm. Ages K to Grade 6. Clubs meet every Wednesday from 6:30 - 8:00 pm. Tofield Mennonite Church. Ph 780-662-3166. TM34/35c ________________________ Viking Farmer’s Market Regular Thursday Market from 2 - 4 p.m. at the Viking Community Hall. Vendors welcome. For more info or to book a table call 780-5922431. 34tfn

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Harvest Hoedown at Hastings Lake Hall, September 21, 4 to 8 pm. Live music, pony rides, kids game and harvest dinner. Cost - $25/family members, $35/family nonmembers. TM34/35p ________________________ The Don Tiedemann band will be in concert at the Rocket Theatre on Friday, Sept 20 at 7:00 pm. If you like old-time gospel/bluegrass music, you will love this event. Free-will offering. 35c ________________________ The Rocket is open every Friday from noon til 9:00 for public bowling (neon bowling after dark). Senior's bowling league Wednesdays from 1:00-3:00 beginning Oct 16. Junior league from 3:30-5:30, and an adult league from 6:30-8:30. The youth and adult leagues will consist of two eight week options; Oct 16-Dec 4, and January 8-Feb 26. $40 per 8 week session, and $70 per session for adults. Call 780-336-2580 or email for inquiries or to register. 35c ________________________ Caring By Sharing – One day clothing give away, Wednesday September 18 11 am to 5 pm at Viking Alliance Church. All items are complimentary however if you wish to make a donation for the clothes it will go to African missions. For more information call Shelley at 780-688-2442 or check out 34-35c ________________________

Clean, 3 Bd and 1 bath house, in Innisfree, non smoking, no pets. Call 780458-8790 between 5 and 9 p.m. only. 34-36p ________________________ Rent the Rocket for birthday and office parties, or family gatherings. Call 780336-2580 for times and rates. 35c

Required Energetic, Motivated Individual(s) interested in working part or full time, in a local veterinary clinic. They must be able to work with a team and perform multiple duties. They will be compensated by evaluation of performance, attitude and reliability. Only serious applicants need apply. Send resume to Beaverhill Veterinary Services, Box 158, Tofield, AB T0B 4J0 TM34/35c

FOR RENT Acreage for rent, 1 km south of Hwy 14, 10 min. West of Tofield. 5 bdm house, 2 car detached garage. Available Oct. 1st. Andre 780-236-2350 TM35p ________________________ House for rent or rent to own. Available Oct., 1. $750 +Utilities+damage deposit. For more info call Brett 780385-6400, leave a message. 35c ________________________ 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. 780-662-3396. 23tfn ________________________

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FOR SALE Wine Equipment, everything you need to make wine $125 call: 780-662-2633 TM35p ________________________ 8-year old warm blood thoroughbred cross mare. Chestnut with four white socks and strip. $2,500. Call for details (evenings) 780385-4411 or 780-336-2011. 32-35CPp ________________________ 1992 Dodge Stealth RT, 3.6 Litre, V6, 5 speed manual, front wheel drive, DOHC non-turbo. Needs Gearbox. Price reduced $1500 O.B.O. Need gone A.S.A.P 780806-0539 34-35c ________________________ NATURAL PORK No animal by-products, medications or growth hormones. Government inspected. Half Pork $225.00, Whole Pork $450. Includes cutting and wrapping and curing. Larry Jakubec 780336-2503. Order before Sept 30. 35-36c ________________________ Grain roller for electric motor 6"x8" rollers $250, Swather cart $100, 500 gal. fuel tank & stand with filter $100.00, 6 bale Allied automatic bale stooker with hydraulic motor $150. Call: 780-662-2061 TM35p ________________________ 750 square bales of hay for sale. 780-895-7768.LL35-36p ________________________ TO BE MOVED: 1972 Glendale Mobile Home. 12X69 S-M2810. Good condition. 2 Bdrm with 8X12 porch, deck, 30 water tank, fridge and stove. Shingles, siding and windows in excellent condition. This would be perfect for a lake lot or hired man. $3,000. Call 780-3843641- days or 780-336-2011 evening/weekends. CP32-36p

GARAGE SALE Multi. Family Garage Sale including plumbing supplies, misc. items. Thursday Sept. 19, 4-8 pm, Friday Sept. 20 & Saturday Sept. 21, 9 am-6 pm at 4827-54 Ave. Tofield. TM35p


House For Sale By Owner 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath, 1166 sq.ft. 1993, corner lot. Call 780-385-0626 View Property Guys #147236 21TFNC ________________________


In loving memory of Pastor Leonard Sogge May 1927 - Sept. 1982. Remembering our dear husband and father whom we felt left us too soon. He loved his Lord, and genuinely loved and delighted in people. We are thankful for the comfort and hope of the resurrection - ours because of Jesus' victory over death on the cross. Always remembered and loved, Berniece and family. TM35p ________________________ In Loving Memory Eric Munkedal May 19, 1921 Sept. 16, 2011 Grandpa, it's been two years without you and I still miss your famous macaroni. Grandma just can't quite get it right! It feels like yesterday I was cuddling with you on the couch. Miss you lots, Grandpa, Love you forever and always, Katelyn. Dad and Grandpa, you are always in our thoughts and on our minds, Love and miss you always, Warren, Tammy, Dustin TM35p

REAL ESTATE House for sale by owner at 4806 - 50th Street Andrew. 1007 Sq. Ft., 2 br., double plumbing, basement, 1 room, bathroom, laundry room, paved driveway, 2 sheds. Phone 780-646-6167 LL 32-37p

8 acres, 1,881 sq. ft. 7 miles southwest of Killam $610,000 New oak floors up and new carpet down, 9 new appliances, bathroom fixtures, countertops, and tile. Attached garage, 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 3 fireplaces, built-in vac, and more. Heated shop with office, barn, 4 stall storage shed, fenced for livestock. Call Marilyn & Jack O’Brien at 780-385-3196. CP 32 tfn

SERVICES Marshall's Cleaning Services - Small company, personal touch. Residential and commercial. Weekly, biweekly, monthly. Move-ins and move-outs. All supplies included. Insured and bonded. For a company that still takes lots of pride in what we do. Call Melodie at 587-785-6164. TM33-36p ________________________ Carpet and upholstery cleaning - residential and commercial. Truck mount unit, sewer back-up, and flood cleaning. Auto and RV cleaning. Call Glenn and Cindi Poyser, Fancy Shine Auto and Carpet Care at (780) 384-3087, Sedgewick. CPtfn ________________________

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SERVICES Roy’s Handyman Services. Flooring, trim work, basement finishing, decks, fences, kitchen cabinet installs and carpentry work. 780-662-0146 or 780232-3097. tfn TM ________________________ Massage and Reflexology. 1 hour treatments. Marge 780-662-3066. TM23tfn ________________________

THANK YOU We would like to thank everyone for their donation, flowers and cards in memory of our mother Betty. The Dennett Families 35p ________________________

U-PICK Carrots and fall potatoes are ready. Helen Tanton 780-384-2447. 2 kms east and 3 kms north of Sedgewick. 27CPtfn ________________________

WANTED Need Straw - will bale for cash or on shares. Call 780916-8719. TM33-35p ________________________ Wanted, Standing hay and cultivated land. Call 780497-1663 and leave a message. LLTFN ________________________

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Terry Fox Run 2013 Thank You To the Sponsors & Donors Thank you for your sponsorships of t-shirts for the runners, personal purchases of t-shirts, advertising, use of facilities and equipment, donations for the lunch and for gifts that were used as recognition and gratitude for participation and to encourage future participation. Terry Fox was big on "Participation" and by your wonderful donations and sponsorship - you definitely participated!

To the Volunteers Thank to for the valuable service you've provided with canvasing, registration, confirming and reconciling the $ count, helping with setup, lunch, and cleanup. Some of you have no direct affiliation with the Knights of Columbus, and we welcome, encourage, and appreciate your help, now and in the past and encourage you to come back in the future. Your participation "counts big time."

To The Runners Thank you for picking up the RUN ‘from and for' Terry Fox and his Marathon of Hope for those who've passed from cancer, those who live with cancer or those who are survivors. Thank You also for your commitment and perseverance in search of sponsors. It's not easy to ask people to open their wallets in sponsorship. And Especially Thank You to all the sponsors of these runners, for without you there would be no event to organize or reason to come together and participate as a community!

To My Brother Knights Thank you for your support, assistance, participation and encouragement. Being a co-ordinator means nothing without any and all of the preceding. On behalf of Our Lady of Lourdes Star Council # 6382 Terry Fox Run Coordinator Shanon Skitsko, (along with my counsultant, Mom)

To All The Lamont and District Residents Support your communities and these great businesses FIRST. They are the life blood of a healthy economy in your communities. Nourish them with your support. Thank the owners, managers, and staff personally for the valuable service they provide and the causes they support.

Business Sponsors/Donors • Aldon Auto Salvage • Allied Paving (Yuri Wishloff) • Andrew Grocery - Andrew, AB • Andy Shupenia • ATB Financial • Beavercreek Co-op • Burger Baron • Cathy Weetman - Freelance Photography • Centre Town Auto Body - Andrew, AB • Century 21 • CIBC • Cowlick Barber Shop & Hair Salon • Creations By Doug (Ross Creek Market) • Eddy Skitsko • Egyptian Gold Tanning Salon • Elk Island Thrift Store • Elk Island Triangle Newspaper PO • Elk Island Youth Child & Youth Ranch Inc • Faerie ust Glitter Tatoos • Flower Pot • Fort Saskatchewan Veterinary Clinic Ltd. • General Auto & Ag Supply • Gerry's Fashions • Heartland Hotel • Hrehorets Bus Service • J.P. (Ross Creek Market) • Jade Garden Restaurant - Andrew, AB • Jim's Tune Up & Diesel

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Justin Mazur (Fort Saskatchewan) K.G. Enterprises Ltd. Kelly's Home Cooking Kick's Bar & Grill - Redwater, AB L.A Hair Designs Lamont ATB Lamont County Lamont Dental Clinic Lamont Electrical Services Ltd Lamont ESSO Lamont Farm Centre Ltd. Lamont Foods Lamont Grocery Lamont Hair Boutique Lamont Hotel Lamont Lock & Key Lamont Travel Lamont Value Drug Mart Lamont Vision Centre LD Law Jet Ltd (Chipman Market) Lester & Diane Ferrel (Ross Creek Market) Lily's Steak & Pizza - Bruderheim, AB Lupins Transport - Bruderheim, AB M&M's Kozy Kitchen - Mundare, AB Malica Family Farms Mundare Bakery Nadine Skitsko Consulting OK Tire

• Old Country Sausage - Bruderheim, AB • Parkview Lounge • Parkview Restaurant • Peter J Skitsko & Darlene Skitsko • Preserves By John - Sherwood Park, AB • Price Automotive Ltd. • Red Apple - Redwater • Redwater Sobeyes - Redwater, AB • Richardson • Sandra Dickens - Red Apple • Sanus Medical Clinic (Dr. John Slanina) • Scotford Colony Poultry Products • Servus Credit Union • Smith Insurance Service • SSkitsko Mobile Computer Repair • St. Michael Hotel • Stach Farms • Stawnichys Meat Processing • The Jones Family Greenhouse • The Lamont Leader • The Len Siracky Family • Thiel's Greenhouse • Town of Lamont • Treasure Acres • Val & Bob Deness (Ross Creek Market) • Webb's Machinery (Lamont) Ltd. • Willow Springs Farm - Westlock, AB •Yogi's Liquor Store

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Killam, Alberta

The Six Common Reasons for Prearranging Funerals Today, more individuals and families are making the decision to prearrange their funerals than ever before. Because of the factors such as inflation, fewer extended family members living close by, and other changes in our society, planning your own funeral can bring peace-of-mind, and that makes a lot of sense. In a recent survey, these were the most common reasons people gave for prearranging their own funerals: 1. Lets your wishes be known 2. Reduces stress for friends and family at an already emotional time 3. Saves money 4. Guarantees your family will never have to pay more for your funeral — no matter what happens with inflation 5. Shows you care 6. Relieves your loved ones of the financial responsibility


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It’s never too early to protect your hearing (NC) We’re constantly surrounded by loud noise, whether it’s the sound of commuter trains or buses, the loud buzz of the lawn mower or blaring music. Many of us don’t realize the permanent, lasting damage that these sounds can have on our hearing. In Canada, hearing loss affects approximately three million people or 10 per cent of the population, yet it remains a largely under-addressed health issue. If proactive measures are taken, however, hearing can be protected and hearing loss can be minimized through early detection. Don’t ignore the signs of hearing loss. If you experience any of the following, it is time to get your hearing checked: • Ringing in the ears. This is a common symptom of damage and longterm hearing loss. • Earaches. This may be a sign of an ear infection, but prolonged earaches may be an indication of hearing impairment. • Listening to music or television at louder volumes than other people. • Trouble distinguishing your own conversa-

tion from background noise. This could be a sign of problems with binaural hearing, which is the ability to hear in both ears and localize sounds. • Frequently asking others to speak louder, or speaking louder than others. If you have trouble hearing others, or talk loudly and don't realize it, you may be experiencing early signs of hearing loss. Ears are fragile and sensitive to sounds 70 decibels or higher. A vacuum cleaner or hair dryer might be 70 decibels, stereo volumes might be 110-125 decibels, and concerts can top out at 140 decibels. Hearing loss occurs based on a ratio of sound level to time exposed, so if you plan on listening to music for prolonged periods, be sure to dial down the volume or invest in a pair of earplugs. The earlier that you detect any hearing loss, the better your chances of preserving your hearing. Canadians can test their hearing online at www. Take control over your hearing and your health by addressing hearing loss, before it’s too late.

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Forestburg Golf Club & RV Park Enjoy a relaxing round of golf at the Rosalind, AB We are a beautiful 18 hole golf course in a peaceful country setting near the Battle River Valley with a welcoming family atmosphere. •Adult 9 Holes-$20 • 18 Holes-$30 • All Season-$375 For more pricing information visit Men’s Night-Tuesday Ladies’ Night-Wednesday Fun Night-Friday Call 780-375-2154 to book your tee times.

Hardisty's Lakeview Golf Course Boasts beautiful views and great ser vice! B Lunch specials in the licenced club house. Our Pro Shop has huge inventory specials!

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Forestburg Golf Course. Shoot a few practice shots on our on-site Driving range, then hit the course! Camping available in our new, fully serviced campground.

* Men's night Tuesdays! * Ladies night Wednesdays! * Senior's special Thursday mornings! * Sunday breakfast 8-11 am * Friday Night Mixed golf & Social 6 pm Enjoy our fully licenced Clubhouse & check out our famous hamburgers!

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Last few weeks of the season! Enjoy lunch, refreshments, and Sunday morning breakfast in our licenced clubhouse!

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Mixed Scramble, Saturday, September 28 Call the clubhouse to book your round!


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Offer Ends Sept. 30

45 2013s remain & Must Be Sold! We’re Making Room for 2014s! CAMPBELL-MCLENNAN is here to give you the best deal: • LOW OVERHEAD •NOT AFFILIATED WITH A GROUP OF DEALERS • WE HAVE NO SECURITY TRANSFER OR TITLE TRANSFER FEES


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4x4, leather, air ventalated seats, Cummins diesel, 6 sp. auto, 8.4” nav. screen, exhaust brake, sunroof, remote start, call for more1-877-385-2331



Save $13,350 $363 Bi-weekly

RAM 1500 SXT Quad Cab 4x4 unit#13-128

5.7L Hemi, SXT Appearance grp., anti-spin differential, trailer tow mirrors, fog lamps, larger fuel tank, tow hooks, for more info call 1-877-385-2331


Save $12,060 $176 Bi-weekly

1500 SLT 2013 RAM Crew Cab 4x4 5.7L Hemi, cloth bucket seats, 8 sp. auto, rear backup camera, chrome tube running boards, spray-in bed liner, trailer brake control, call for more info 1-877-385-2331




Save $13,755 $198 Bi-weekly

Dodge Grand Caravan SXT Plus

3500 SLT 2500 SLT 2013 RAM 2013 RAM Reg. Cab 4x4 Crew Cab 4x4 84” cab to axle, Cummins diesel, Asin HD 6 sp. auto, Max Tow pkg., Call for more details 1-877-385-2331 unit#13-127




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Save $5,535 $289 Bi-weekly


RAM 1500 unit#13-174 Laramie Crew


4x4, 5.7L Hemi, leather trim buckets, anti-spin differential, sunroof, 8.4” screen/navi., trailer brake control, remote start, call for more info 1-877-385-2331




Save $14,750 $250 Bi-weekly

Dodge Journey unit#13-172 R/T AWD

Leather, flexible seating, 7-passenger, UConnect voice command, loaded w/extras call for more info 1-877-385-2331

Dodge Durango unit#13-047 Citadel

Luxury leather bucket seats, tech. grp., skid plate, rear DVD entertainment centre, trailer tow, 2nd row tumble captain chairs, 3.6L Penestar, loaded w/extras, call 1-877-385-2331

Save $12,060

$54,200 $337 Bi-weekly

1500 Long 2013 2013 RAM Horn Laramie

unit#13-089 Entertainment grp. #4, 3.6L Penestar, 8-way power driver’s seat, climate grp., Call for more details, 1-877-385-2331

Save $10,515 $170 Bi-weekly

$328 Bi-weekly

RAM 1500 Laramie Crew

4x4, 6.4 ft. box, 5.7L Hemi, UConnect, Sirius satellite radio, pwr. features, 8.4” screen, loaded w/ extras, for more info call unit#13-194 3-19 194 1-877-385-2331

Crew Cab, 4x4, premium leather buckets, 5.7L Hemi, 6 sp. auto, sunroof, 4 corner air suspension, trailer brake control, for more info call 1-877-385-2331


Cummins diesel, 6 sp. auto, SLT Plus decor grp., exhaust brake, 8.4” screen, UConnect, remote start, 40/20/40 seat, loaded w/extras Call for more 1-877-385-2331

Save $4,590 $180 Bi-weekly

Chrysler 200 unit#13-070 LX

Front passenger fold seat, body side colour molding, UConnect voice command, aluminum wheels, loaded w/extras, Call for more info 1-877-385-2331


Save $3,560 $114 Bi-weekly

GREAT SELECTION OF PRE-OWNED INVENTORY 2013 Chrysler 300C Luxury 5.7L, 2,500 KM $43,900

2012 Jeep Patriot Sport 2.4L, 22,005 KM $21,994

2012 Ram 2500 Laramie Crew 4x4, Diesel, 1,000KM $55,998

2012 Ram 3500 SLT Crew 4x4, Diesel, 1,000KM $52,986

2011 Dodge Journey SXT 3.6L, 67,595 KM $17,997

2011 Grand Cherokee Laredo 3.6L, 69,137 KM $27,998

2012 Ram 3500 Laramie Crew 2012 Ram 3500 Laramie Crew 4x4, Diesel, 1,034KM $58,998 4x4, Diesel, 1,084KM $58,980

2010 Dodge Journey SXT 3.5L, 51,650 KM $16,998

Located at the

Hours of Tristan Patten McLennan Charlene Jackson Operation Junction of Check outBill our ENTIRE inventory Sales/Leasing Sales/Leasing Highway 13 & 36 online at! in Killam

Wes Campbell


Business/Office Manager

Call Toll Free 1-877-385-2331

Call today 780-385-2121 We’reor Looking an Opportunity Toll for Free 1-888-247-6155 to Earn Your Business!


Mon-Thurs 8:30-5:30 Fri 8-5 Sat 8:30-12

At the Junction of Hwy 13 & 36 in Killam 780-385-2121

2010 Chrysler 300C 5.7L, 31,248 KM $22,998




Big City Dealership, Small Town Atmosphere




2013 F-150 STX R/C 4x4 LTD G73

2013 F-150 XLT Crew 4x4 LTD643

• 3.7 7L • A Auto t • C Cruise i • Limited slip • SYNC • A/T/C

• 5.0 L V8 • Auto • SYNC • Tow package • Alloy Wheels • Locking Diff.





MSRP $30,349, EMPLOYEE PRICE . . . . FINANCE 72 mo. @ 4.49% LEASE 48 mo. @ 3.99%


MSRP $43,849, EMPLOYEE PRICE . . . . FINANCE 72 mo. @ 4.49% LEASE 48 mo. @ 3.99%







2013 Edge SEL AWD


2013 Escape SE 4WD LTD433

LTD215 • 3.5 L V6 • Auto • AWD • SYNC • MyFord Touch • Reverse Camera • Navigation

• MyFord Touch • Heated seats • 1.6 L EcoBoost • Auto • AWD • All weather mats





MSRP $39,999, EMPLOYEE PRICE . . . . FINANCE 72 mo. @ 1.99% LEASE 36 mo. @ 0%


MSRP $31,799, EMPLOYEE PRICE . . . . FINANCE 72 mo. @ 2.49% LEASE 48 mo. @ 0%







2013 Fiesta Hatchback SE OLD076


2013 Focus Hatchback SE OLD605

• 1.6L 4-cyl. • Auto • SYNC S C • Air/Tilt/Cruise C • Aluminum wheels • Sport appearance pkg.

• 2.0 L 4-cyl. • Auto • Heated seats • SYNC • Air/Tilt/Cruise • Power windows • Power mirrors



MSRP $20,499 $ EMPLOYEE PRICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

16,484 $ FINANCE 72 mo. @ 0% . . . . . . . . . . . 115/Bi-weekly

MSRP $23,359, EMPLOYEE PRICE . . . . FINANCE 84 mo. @ 1.99% LEASE 48 mo. @ 0%








2013 Explorer XLT EcoBoost AFD804 26,179 km



2012 Dodge Ram 1500 Sport 4x4 TD388A 24,250 km



2008 Expedition Limited Max FC728A 110,000 km



2010 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD LTZ TD630A 63,500 km



2008 Edge Limited AWD FD830A 94,368 km


2009 F150 King Ranch TC603A 125,400 km

2012 Escape XLT 4WD



2009 Escape XLT

FD508A 117,000 km


LD132A 42,000 km




2007 Escape XLT 4WD


2008 Mustang V6 Convertible


AFC791 51,318 km

2012 Buick Allure

TE017A 105,400 km


AFD874 15,295 km




2008 Edge Limited


2013 Edge Limited


LD302A 125,450 km

FD803A 94,368 km



2012 F-150 XTR EcoBoost


TD441A 43,500 km







Highway 13 East, Camrose

Toll Free 1-800-994-9953

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LICENSED BY AMVIC *Pictures for illustration only. See dealer for details. Lease 20,000 km/year. $2,500 due at signing OAC. All payments include taxes and fees.



Agricultural career skills remain in high demand going forward A career in agriculture can prove richly rewarding. While it's common to envision overalls and tractors when imagining careers in agriculture, the opportunities to work in the agriculture industry stretch beyond the farm and into the corporate world. The following are a few of the paths men and women with a passion for agriculture can pursue.

• Business: Agriculture is big business, and the industry has many opportunities for those who want to pursue a career in business. Farmers and producers of agricultural products need someone to draft contracts for their agreements with the large corporations who distribute those products. In addition, purchasing agents and agricultural financiers are just two of the

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many career opportunities that enable men and women to work on the business side of agriculture. • Social service: The agricultural industry also has positions of social service. In addition to food inspector, who ensures agricultural products are safe for human consumption, social service positions within the

agricultural industry include environmental consultant and conservation officer. Men and women can also work to develop programs that encourage youngsters to pursue careers in the agricultural industry. • Production: Of course, the agricultural industry has a host of careers for those who want to get their

hands dirty. Farms need to be plowed, seeds must be planted and fertilized and farms need to be wellmaintained to continue operating efficiently and effectively. Though technology has taken the place of many agricultural production positions, there are still many opportunities out there for those who want to

work under the sun. • Education: Those who want to share their love of agriculture with others can put their skills to work in the classroom. Agricultural instructors can train the next generation of agriculture professionals at the university or high school level, ensuring today’s farms are left in good hands tomorrow.



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WEEDS CONTROLLED Wild Oats + Resistant Wild Oats Wild Oats Cleavers Buck Wheat Hemp Nettle Wild Oats Green Foxtail Buck Wheat

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