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Fourteen Estevan businesses received nominations in eight separate categories, and all nominees, especially the winners, were celebrated on Friday night during the Estevan Business Excellence Awards (EBEX) banquet staged in Spectra Place. Long-time Estevan businessman and community contributor Ed Turnbull walked to the reception podium twice, the second time to receive the MNP sponsored award as the leader of the Business of the Year after earlier capturing the award for Growth and Expansion for Turnbull Excavating. Three long-serving venerable families were also feted near the end of the evening’s program. Doris and Ray Frehlick along with the Sereggela and Symons families were inducted into the Nick and Verna Morsky Business Hall of Fame, lending even more excitement to the program. (See related article on A3). Trimount Developments, the company associated with an ambitious property development project on the north side of the city, after successful completion of an inner city program, was presented with the SaskPower Outstanding Service Award, edging co-finalists Atco Lodge Estevan and Great Canadian Oil Change. It was noted that even though Trimount is a relative newcomer to the city they have provided a major impact on the community through their designs and construction of sustainable homes while providing ethical, accountable practices. TS&M Supply’s Dan Pratt stepped up to accept the Trimount sponsored EBEX Award for Community Involvement, out-polling two other finalists, Murray GM and Turnbull Excavating. This company has left its mark all over the city and southeast Saskatchewan with its commitments to such major projects as the Woodlawn Golf Club’s revival and sponsorship of numerous sports teams, plus various service clubs and community programs. Pratt represents a new generation of leadership for the company that took root in southeast Saskatchewan in the mid-1950s. EBEX ⇢ A2

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No inquest ordered in death of man held in police custody There will be no inquest held in regards to the death of Bradley Stephen Stadey on Dec. 20, 2011 while in Estevan Police Service (EPS) custody. That was the word coming from Saskatchewan’s Chief Coroner, Kent Stewart last week after he was contacted by The Mercury. “The matter has been reviewed and it was determined that Mr. Stadey died of

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EBEX judges choose Turnbull Excavating A1 ⇠ The EBEX Award for Environmental Leader, sponsored by Sherritt Coal went to Leann Boehm of Southeast Health Group, another relatively new business in the community, but one that has dedicated itself to “going paperless” in its operations with client documents being converted and safeguarded and saved into file-sharing software. The company also focuses on a strict recycling code among staff. The other finalist for the environmental leadership award was Woodlawn Regional Park. In the Growth and Expansion category, Turnbull Excavating got the nod over G2 Eavestroughing and Trimount for the Estevan Chamber of Commerce sponsored trophy. It was pointed out that since its inception in 1985, the company that started with Ed Turnbull, one truck and one skid-steer, has grown into several divisions of service including concrete, water and sewer excavation and aggregates. A new shop and concrete plant have allowed the business to grow to the point where it now employs 46 full-time and part-time people, plus many more pieces of versatile equipment to serve the various divisions. The Young Entrepreneur of the Year in 2013 was Brent Gedak of Brent Gedak Welding. It was noted that Gedak branched out into his enterprise in 2007 and now ships manufactured products as far as B.C. as the company has grown from two to 25 employees. Other nominees in this category were Leann Boehm of Southeast Health Group and Chris Tarnes, owner of The Floor Store. Gedak received the award from co-sponsors Spectra Credit Union and Southern Plains Co-op.

Other young business professionals were invited into the spotlight with the announcement that G2 Eavestroughing and Exteriors had captured the Community Futures sponsored prize for New Business Venture. G2 is owned and operated by Benji and Josh Gustafson, who started out with a basic eavestrough enterprise with their sister as their lone part-time employee and have expanded their business to include exterior finishes on all types of housing and businesses they now

Brent Gedak won the Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award as owner/manager of Brent Gedak Welding.

offer metal cladding, drywalling, framing and finish carpentry … a rapid growth for a couple of farm guys looking for summer jobs a couple of years ago. Other finalists in this category were Microtel Inn and Suites by Wyndham and Premium Well Services Ltd. The C of C EBEX Award for Business Leader of the Year went to Warren Waldegger, general manager of T.Bird Oil and president of Fire Sky Energy and co-founder of Certified Energy Services, Kalabash Resources and Dreams Investing. “I love going to work every day,” said Waldegger in accepting the trophy. It was noted during the introduction that Waldegger was a well-known contributor to the community both personally and through his business associations, and with 18 years in the oilfield industry, he was more than well established in the local business environments. Turnbull was the other finalist in this category. In accepting the Business of the Year Award, from MNP, Turnbull said he “really didn’t expect this recognition and attention,” and cited a solid work ethic and good employees as a couple of keys to success. Earlier he had noted that even in his sideline career as an owner, builder and driver of stock cars he has learned that there is never any reward in “cutting corners” or looking for an easier way. He said that hard honest work always ended up paying off in the end. (See related article on A19). The EBEX Awards are presented every two years to deserving Estevan and area businesses and individuals. The judges for this year’s event were Dennis Bode, Rodney Beatty, Tim Jenish, Lynn Chipley and Barry Bridges, all past presidents of the Estevan and District Chamber of Commerce.

Reasoning explained by Chief Coroner A1 ⇠ in the RM of Estevan. The RCMP said the incident included a potential assault and the uttering of threats with alcohol being a contributing factor. Stadey, 52, was placed in EPS cells by RCMP. This is a common practice in Estevan with the RCMP using the municipal policing cells for people they wish to detain for further

processing the next day. Stadey’s death was confirmed by 9 a.m. the following morning but the exact time of death was not determined, but rather placed at sometime between midnight and 9 a.m. EPS protocol calls for continuous video surveillance of those being held in custody plus personal observational checks every

15 minutes by police cell monitors. Stewart said the investigation revealed no problem with the police video monitor and that a visual check would have suggested that Stadey was asleep and that staff members would not be inclined to wake a sleeping subject. “The autopsy doesn’t pinpoint exact time of

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death. It isn’t like in CSI,” said Stewart, citing a popular crime investigation television series. He said the removal of the subject and the need to transport him to Regina for autopsy procedures, would make the exact timing of death near impossible. “ To t h e o b s e r v e r (through a cell window), Mr. Stadey appeared to be sleeping in his cell and the checks were completed and even if he had been awakened, it’s very doubtful the event that caused his death could have been avoided,” Stewart said. The coroner added that Stadey did have a

pre-existing medical condition and the toxicology report indicated that he had been taking his prescribed medication(s) to treat it. As with any incident involving serious injury or death in police custody, the matter was turned over to another policing body to conduct the investigation. In this case, the Regina Police Service’s Major Crimes Unit was assigned to the case with the lead investigator being Sgt. Caroline Houston. Protocol also requires the appointment of an independent observer to monitor the investigation and that job was assigned to Larry Peters, a former

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EBEX Hall of Fame inductees There were three inductees into the Nick and Verna Morsky Business Hall of Fame in Estevan last Friday evening and all three are well-known families, with two of them being in the forefront of a vibrant hospitality sector that has played a role in serving the general public for several decades. The other inductee, a husband and wife team, are noted not only for their business acumen but also for their total commitment and involvement in the Energy City’s well being. When the names Symons or Sereggela pop up in general conversation among local residents, nobody needs to explain who it is and what they do. Their footprints are all over Estevan and they wouldn’t have it any other way. Frehlick is another name that requires no further explanation either. The Hall of Fame recognition is designed to recognize pioneer and cornerstone business leaders who have demonstrated excellence over a period of at least 15 years, so last Friday night’s inductees had no problem in clearing those qualification hurdles with ease. All have contributed mightily to Estevan’s economic well-being, which was another criteria hurdle that was cleared with room to spare. For the Frehlicks, it has been an interesting ride, filled with diversity and business leadership through example. It was noted during the induction presentation that Ray Frehlick, a native of Wilkie, moved into the southeast sector of the province as early as 1955, working as a roughneck in the oil patch near Frobisher and Lampman. He later took training courses in oil industry fluids management and that led to a leadership role with Ace Mud, which in turn led to branching out into his own business, Prairie PetroChem in 1969. That business and other related enterprises has turned into a corporate entity that currently employs over 120 people while Prairie Mud Service, started in 1976, employs another 56. Doris Frehlick also got engaged in a dry cleaning business in the earlier years and the couple have branched out with a farming operation plus a quarter horse breeding program at their farm north of the city. Frehlick noted during the acceptance speech that growth came with longterm plans that were aided by long-term loyalty from many employees. “Be prepared for changes,” he said, was part of the reasons they met with success on several fronts. The couple are also well known for their personal commitments and donations to local organizations as well as their corporate largesse to the community in which they live and work. During the acceptance speech, Ray Frehlick said, in paying tribute to the city, it was remarkable what the

city had done and it was also “remarkable we’re not paying higher taxes, but then politicians don’t like to get punted,” he added, with a chuckle. “You have to pay for infrastructure and to fulfill obligations. Our province has exploded, so it’s difficult to keep up.” Frehlick then noted that donations to local service clubs was something that generally paid off since “they work locally and the dollars stay at home.” The Symons family had current corporate manager Jeff Pierson serve as spokesman for their team. The Genesis of the corporation was patriarch and matriarch George and Dorothy Symons, with George’s business legacy stretching back to the 1940s with a simple bakery operation that became Symons the Baker in the early 1950s. This, in turn, evolved into the Beefeater Motel around 1957. At one point the operations included other restaurants besides the two still in the family structure, an apartment complex (still in the family) and even a mobile home court. The hotel business was later re-branded by joining the Days Inn franchise and expansion projects increased the room count to 75. There is now a third generation of the Symons clan leading and working within the corporation and Pierson paid tribute not only to George and Dorothy who are now deceased, but also to departed uncles Gerry and Marvin who were integral to the operation as well as Vernon who had also been involved for several years before branching into other ventures. “Staff is the extension of the family, that’s one thing we’ve learned and observed and another thing we’ve always said is that we can never take customers for granted,” Pierson said. Those business lessons have kept the family enterprises moving forward for 68 years. With over 100 employees now, Days Inn, often referred to by its previous moniker, the Beefeater Inn, is ready to take on whatever each day brings, he added. “It’s a great community, a city to be envied, a city that has provided whatever we’ve needed. I urge you to look at the big picture, swerve around the potholes for now and appreciate your city,” Pierson said in conclusion. Peter Sereggela, the son of George and Helen Sereggela, the force behind their family complex, served as their spokesman and he was joined on stage by his mother and brothers Nick and George. Another son, Tony, is currently visiting Greece and was unable to attend the event. George was fondly remembered as the driver of the family enterprise after arriving in Canada in 1948 with the mandate to raise money to provide some

A good turnout of the Symons family, relatives and spouses were on hand as the family team that began with George and Dorothy Symons, were inducted into the Nick and Verna Morsky Business Hall of Fame Friday night during the EBEX evening. From the left: Marvin Blue, Doug and Jan Blue, Bert and Melodye Pierson, Janet Symons, Jeff Pierson, Tasha and Lee Symons.

Helen Sereggela with her sons Nick (left to right) Peter and George, the family that was inducted into the Nick and Verna Morsky Business Hall of Fame at the EBEX event. Missing from photo is son Tony. security for his five sisters. He began in the construction business but by 1957 he had met Nick Morsky in Estevan and ended up purchasing a restaurant from him, which he named the Soo Line Café, which was opened as part of a service station/restaurant arrangement. He was back in Greece for only a year before deciding that Estevan was truly going to be home. Helen said “I arrived direct from Greece, didn’t know anybody and for almost five years, I said I didn’t like it, but I’d never leave now,” she said with a smile. The now familiar Tower Café and Allie’s Dining sprang from those humble beginnings, as did the Sereggela Inn, a nearby 38-room motel that has since been sold as was a second restaurant . The Tap House, next door to the Tower, along with two Subway locations and Cathedral Insurance are other businesses that are operated and influenced by the Sereggelas’ touch of hospitality and service. It was noted during the introduction that the Sereggela family have been integral in helping the city grow with generous donations, volunteer assistance and a commitment to doing what is right.

Doris and Ray Frehlick were inducted into the Nick and Verna Morsky Estevan Business Hall of Fame on Friday evening as part of the Estevan Business Excellence Awards program. During his acceptance speech, Frehlick provided one simple instance that arose when the Estevan Bruins hockey team was moved to New Westminster and the city was in danger of losing a junior hockey franchise. He, along with George Sereggela and a trio of other investors got a new club up and operating on a slim $45,000 budget and it was Sereggela who purchased the first membership share and provided the original loan to launch them.

The Bruins have even been coached by a Sereggela, Nick, in 1999-2000. Peter, in his address, also noted how his father was quietly instrumental in helping other young Greek families move to Canada to get established with business ventures of their own before he died in 1989. “We have fond memories of working together, as brothers and as a family,” said Peter. “We learned that it was important to give back to the community that

gave so much to us and we consider ourselves more fortunate than successful. We also learned that a traditional 40-hour week, doesn’t cut it. There is no better place than Estevan. It provides opportunities that no other city can give.” The emcee for the evening’s program was Michel Cyrenne, executive director of the Estevan Chamber of Commerce which was joined by Wilhelm Construction Services Inc. as the lead sponsors for the event.


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Todd Folkerts proudly displayed one of the bigger bass specimens captured on Saturday during the International Bass Classic fishing tournament held on the choppy waters of Boundary reservoir. Folkerts, one of the sponsors of the tournament, teamed up with Dalan Wheeler to capture second place in the 19-team event.

First time tournament fisher lands big bass title The waters were a lot more than choppy, in fact there were a few whitecaps on the Boundary Dam reservoir on Saturday, but that didn’t deter the 19 fishing teams that took to the water early Saturday morning for the fifth annual International Bass Fishing Tournament. The two-person teams included Smitty and Steve, the well-known hosts of Fishing Saskatchewan who had been in the area since Thursday. The two, along with a camera operator, were recording for a new season of fishing shows that will also take them to Dienfenbaker, Last Mountain and Blackstrap Lakes to name a few. But the highlight of the day’s activities was the announcement that a first-time fishing contest entrant, Jeff Schlamp, not only was a member of the first place team along with Jamie Dyer, but he also landed the biggest bass of the day, a 5.86-pound specimen that was put back in the water after the weigh-in, as part of the catch and release tournament rules. “It was a different kind of fishing day for sure,” said Smitty of the Fishing Saskatchewan team that goes only by

their first names. “We lost one good one, had three good bites in the first five minutes, and then … and then nothing,” he said with a grimace. But that wasn’t the case for Schlamp and Dyer, who landed a total of 15.92 pounds of bass to take first place while one of the tournament sponsors, Todd Folkerts teamed with Dalan Wheeler, were eased out of the top spot by only a few ounces as their four-fish limit catch came to 15.76 pounds. The third place cheque and trophies were claimed by Karen Soke and Marcel Marcotte who hauled in 14.74 pounds. Rounding out the payout winners were Ardon Rosom and Joel Campbell who came in fourth with 13.40 pounds, and Travis and Richard Knittle Jr. of Swift Current who were fifth with 13.06 pounds. Schlamp claimed an additional trophy for bringing in the biggest fish and shared the first-place cheque of $1,000 with Dyer, while Folkerts and Wheeler picked up $600 followed by the $400 for Soke and

Marcotte. The fourth and fifth-place teams claimed $150. “I’ve never been in a fishing tournament before, “ said Schlamp, thereby claiming the latest title of the guy with the best beginner’s luck in the business. “I would say we’re a lock down team for next year’s tournament,” said Dyer with a laugh. “I’ve done a lot of fishing before, not so much now due to business commitments, but this is great.” Folkerts, representing lead sponsors C&B Oilfield and KRJ Custom Fabricating thanked the volunteers who made the event possible. He later told The Mercury he was pleased to see all 19 teams that had registered for the tournament all show up in spite of the challenging winds and occasional rain that made fishing a true adventure for the day. This year’s event attracted six more teams than last year, so Folkert said there was no doubt the tournament will be staged again next year. The idea of bass fishing is catching on as the word gets out that Boundary Dam reservoir is the only fishing spot in Saskatchewan that offers bass fishing.

Jeff Schlamp (left) and Jamie Dyer (right) pose with tournament co-sponsor Todd Folkerts of C&B Oilfield after they were named the International Bass Classic fishing tournament champions with a total fourfish catch of 15.92 pounds in the catch and release tourney. Schlamp also won the trophy for landing the biggest bass of the day, a 5.86 pound specimen.

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Students from Spruce Ridge and Pleasantdale Schools competed in the annual cardboard boat race competition on June 17. Students took their projects to the RM of Estevan Aquatic Centre and attempted to successfully cross the pool by keeping their rickety boats afloat for the duration of the trial. While many failed to launch, the students, teachers and parental spectators enjoyed the fun.

No nominees yet to fill Morgan Horse Show school board vacancy results posted The South East Cornerstone Public School Division will be carrying on without a representative for the Alameda, Lampman, Oxbow and Bienfait areas for a while longer. The Subdivision 4 seat at the Cornerstone conference table was vacated with the recent untimely death of Garry Hammett who was the trustee for that area of the sprawling southeast school district. In compliance with rules under the Education Act, a call for nominations to fill the seat once occupied by Hammett, ended on June 5 with no potential candidates stepping up to assume the job.

Cornerstone’s returning officer Shelley Toth, said a second call has now been issued with the nominations to close June 19 at 4 p.m. If more than one person files nomination papers, there will be an election called for July 10 among electors in that area of the school division with the successful candidate to complete the final three years of the four-year term. Toth said that in the event there are no candidates stepping up by today (June 19), the matter goes back to the board of trustees for a decision regarding representation for this particular geographic area

and the schools within it. Cornerstone’s board is composed of 10 members consisting of two elected trustees each for Estevan and Weyburn plus six others representing various schools and regions throughout southeast Saskatchewan stretching from Moosomin to Estevan on the east side and as far west as Ogema and Pangman. The Cornerstone SD provides educational services for more than 8,150 kindergarten to Grade 12 students in 38 schools with a teaching staff in excess of 550 and an annual budget of just over $97 million.

The Saskatchewan Morgan Open Horse Show was hosted by the Estevan chapter on June 8 and 9 and co-ordinator Stan Milford noted that the event carried on in all categories in spite of the rain. “Everybody still appeared to have a good time, they came out of it wet, but smiling,” he said. The results of the show showed Marge Dalziel as the senior high

point exhibitor and the high point youth exhibitor for Morgans was Terry Beckett. The high point open senior title was claimed by Mandy March and April Wilbraham captured the high point youth award. Milford said a great deal of credit had to be extended not only to the sponsors, but also the volunteers who provided the necessary work that en-

abled the event to be held without any major glitches. “On behalf of the Morgan Horse Show, I’d like to take the opportunity to thank the sponsors, including those who provided the fun table and to the volunteers who made it all possible and of course to the competitors and their supporters. It all turned out very well despite all the rain on Saturday,” said Milford.

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Are we desperate yet? It’s bigger, faster and there is more of it than what was ever anticipated. We’re describing the growth in southeast Saskatchewan that appears to be continuing unabated. This unprecedented expansion is now into its fifth year and the wear and tear on our regional infrastructure was visible last year and is now very painfully apparent. So we cry for more attention to be paid to our needs in this corner of the province while we are reminded there is a big growth pattern throughout the province and the provincial government is scrambling to cover all geographic bases. There is a highway to complete twinning up near Prince Albert, plus $43 million more to be spent on highways around there. There is another highway near St. Louis that has been under water for two weeks, costing local businesses a lot of money and the populations a lot of angst. We can feel their pain since it was just two summers ago we were in the same situation. There are big growth problems to contend with in Regina and Saskatoon. We understand. So we bite our tongues, assuming the good old Saskatchewan attitude that maybe after Tom, Dick and Harry have been appeased and after a few emergency business fires have been put out and perhaps when promises that were made elsewhere three years ago have been addressed … maybe, just maybe, it will be our turn. Maybe this time if we bat our flirting eyelashes a little bit more provocatively, we’ll receive some attention from the power brokers who work within our provincial democratic system. What do we need? And let’s not even discuss a wish list. We’ll just stick to immediate needs that have to be met to avoid disasters and calamities in the fastest growing quick dollar sector. We need at least four drivable main streets in this city … the heavy traffic throughways within our central business district. We don’t have them. We have one and it’s being strained to the maximum right now, thereby reducing its life expectancy by half. We need some decently paved highways in the immediate area. We’re willing to forget Highway 39 twinning for the rest of this year. Just get some decent asphalt down so those bigger, heavier, faster units can move around without threatening the rest of us. We need a heavy truck bypass … OK, we said we weren’t including our wish list, but we can’t help it, we need to dream some of the time. We need affordable housing … yesterday. Forget about the markets finding their own levels and all that other investment/money management/ market analysis/land development planning gobbledygook. Everybody is apparently making lots of money, so why not invest it in the community you’re making it in? We need better primary health-care services. The local health region’s budget has increased by more than $46 million in six years and we’re still begging for something as simple and as necessary as a CT scanner. Where’s the switch? Somebody please turn it on! We need more beds, not fewer. We need specialists and clinical centres of excellence to accompany our supposed untold wealth. We shouldn’t need to be begging for more GPs and freshly graduated nurses … they’re more than welcome, don’t get us wrong, but where is the big picture being formulated? Our school roofs are leaking and falling in on our kids. Has anyone noticed that? Water and sewer systems not only need to be repaired now, but they also need to be expanded. Continued ⇢ A7

Prairie Perspective MURRAY MANDRYK

Murray Mandryk is a political columnist with the Leader Post

Life getting complicated for small RMs Perhaps the old line that rural municipalities are about gravel and gopher poison was never quite true. But it’s certainly safe to say that Saskatchewan RMs these days are dealing with issues far more complex than that. Even with fewer and fewer farms in each RM (perhaps a better argument for RM amalgamation than presented by the NDP a decade ago), RMs seem to be suddenly encountering big challenges that go well beyond serving farmers’ basic needs. Maybe we shouldn’t be surprised to see this. Tiny though some of them may be, it should not be forgotten that RMs are still governments, susceptible to some of the same challenges, vulnerabilities and costs as big cities. However, just how RMs deal with these new, arising isSERVING CANADA’S SUNSHINE CAPITAL

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Some things just don’t make sense. We ban body checks in peewee hockey, yet boxers are being told to get rid of their head protectors in the amateur ranks. Young figure skaters who leap and dive aren’t required to wear helmets, but 35-year-old beer league pucksters who aren’t allowed to body check … do. Mixed martial arts fighters kick one another in the face, but football players have to don face masks on helmets. Helmets for bicycle riders, but not skateboarders. Hey, I’m all for safety, we just gotta get priorities sorted out. But take into consideration, I grew up in an era where helmets were an oddity and we played street hockey using real pucks, not some sissy tennis ball and there were no rules against slapshots. We just jumped, sometimes not in time. We played in a lot of dirt … preferably mud, nobody had peanut allergies and only two kids in the whole town needed braces on their teeth or at least had them. We were encouraged to play lawn darts. How do you think that would go down in today’s helicopter parent world? Kids sat on car seats like regular folk or climbed onto the shelf in the back of the car next to the back window if you wanted to snooze. Our clothing brands were few. You wore a Canadiens hockey sweater (if your family could

Norm Park All Things Considered afford it) or a Leafs emblem, if your family was masochistic in nature. You phoned friends only when you really, really needed to talk with them. And text messages? Well, we called it yelling. When we got to see them, we actually had something to tell them and they had something new to tell us. We didn’t have to keep our heads down and ignore them while diddling with apps. We were the apps. Bullying was bullying in our little universe. It was a schoolyard event, not a cyber event and we took care of it in our children’s version of democracy. Some feelings got hurt, some people got bruises, some had remarkably excellent outcomesbut not always. It’s called life, kids. The bullies would come and go. I’ll just say that when I ventured into the world of Grade 5 to Grade 8 and beyond, I encountered a swack of kids who I fi gure were smarter than Dr. Phil in dispensing psychological advice. We knew the old cause and effect game. Only rich people went to Hawaii or Las Vegas when I was a kid and you saved up for years so you could take a five-day trip to Banff. Disney World was something on television, if you

sues may be critical to their on-going existence — at least as the rural municipalities we all have come to know. For example, consider the recent developments in an on-going court case surrounding Saskatchewan Government Insurance’s no-fault automobile insurance plan. The Supreme Court of Canada recently ruled against hearing an appeal from the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal in its groundbreaking legal decision in the case of John Acton — a 44-year-old business manager and farmer who was rendered a quadriplegic in a single-vehicle rollover on a road in the RM of Britannia. In the accident nine years ago that injured Acton, the farmer lost control of his truck on a rain-soaked road near his Lloydminster area farm and slid sideways into a windrow of road construction material left on the roadway. Acton claimed in his initial suit that the RM of Britannia and Ron Handel Farms — the contractor doing road maintenance for the RM — left the road in “dangerous condition.” Last year, the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal ruled Acton could pursue legal action against the RM and Handel for economic benefits either in addition to or not covered by SGI’s no-fault insurance plan. His suit can now proceed because of the Supreme Court ruling. Much has been made of the impact this case might have on the government’s no-fault insurance plan brought in by the previous NDP government in 1995. But the case could have an even bigger direct impact on RMs across the province in not only their insurance cost, but also on the cost requirements for these small rural governments.

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happened to own one of them. Sunscreen? That was to laugh. Agriculture technology was called farming. In our classrooms we had 40 to 48 kids, no teacher aides, no speech pathologists, no therapists, no counsellors, no interventions, but lots of time to learn with educators we usually adored and respected. On occasions they might even like us … for a few minutes. We were thrilled when portable radios came along, meaning we could take our music and crazy live broadcast DJs with us in our pockets. The early ghetto blasters were a mutation of those early radios I suppose. We went to matinees on Saturdays, didn’t matter what the movie was, we paid the two-bits and ate Twizzlers and soft ice cream, which was a new food treat … and yelled “look out” every time the villain crept up on the hero. The plots were thin, but at least you knew who to root for and our First Nations buddies laughed when they saw how their brethren were being portrayed. “This isn’t going to end well for our team,” they’d say, and sure enough, they were right. Rifles beat arrows in every movie I ever saw. It wasn’t right, but we knew that. Today, we just don’t know what’s right. We make up rules and then discard them if they don’t suit our immediate needs. Something better tomorrow. That’s what makes life so much fun don’t ya think?

And this is not the only example of how life is getting complex for RMs, especially those RMs located near growing urban centres. The City of Regina recently voted in favour of annexing land in the neighbouring Rural Municipality of Sherwood to accommodate a population of 500,000. “Every city grows … and alters their boundaries to accommodate growth,” said Regina Mayor Michael Fougere. “If we don’t do that, then we’re going to have serious problems of attracting people to live here.” Similarly, Saskatoon has identified a growth area for a population of just over one million people equivalent to the entire provincial population right now. Of course, these are pie-in-the-sky projections that may never come to fruition. But talk of annexation comes at a time when cities and neighbouring RMs are already at loggerheads over development opportunities — especially Regina and Sherwood. The fighting is already a headache for the province. Government Relations Minister Jim Reiter is now hinting his Saskatchewan Party government may have to use increased provincial powers to resolve such disputes. “It’s one I’d be perfectly happy if we never had to use,” Reiter told the Star-Phoenix’s Joe Couture. “But I think it’s important that we have those tools available if there are instances where growth opportunities are being lost just simply because adjacent municipalities won’t co-operate.” It may also be a good time for RMs to consider what they really are all about in this increasingly complex Saskatchewan.

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Big Bash recognizes Estevan’s art history Thirty-five years of art will be celebrated as the Estevan Art Gallery and Museum hosts its Big Bash. The anniversary will be marked on June 21 with a festival of live music, as eight bands, both local and from around the province, will be featured over the course of the night. Amber Andersen, EAGM curator, said the bash is a casual affair that encourages everyone to pop in and see exactly what the art gallery has to offer. “This is a come-andgo event. If you want to come at five and stay until one in the morning, also do that too,” said Andersen. “We wanted to make an event that was really accessible to everyone, and really so that we could celebrate this institute and its 35 years and make it so it was very inclusive.” The night will feature music from local Filipino band The Third Town Band as well as Poor Nameless Boy. From elsewhere in the province, Estevanites can enjoy the music of Val Halla, Tyler Gilbert, The Wildmen, Ink Road, Small Kitchen Radio, The Dustin Ritter Band and 306 DJ Services. Some of those bands have played at the gallery as part of their After Dark/After Hours concert series, but many are newcomers to the En-

ergy City. Andersen said they are hoping to host the party outside on the gallery’s grounds, but the celebration will go ahead rain or shine, if the weather refuses to co-operate, festivities will be moved inside. “If it downpours, we’ll just move the fun indoors.” After 35 years of bringing exhibits from artists locally, provincially and abroad, Andersen said the event shows off the parts of having the gallery remain a staple in the community. “I’m thinking of it as a giant birthday party, and everyone’s invited. We wanted to make this our big celebration for the year,” she said. “It is art. It is kids’ activities, and our newest venue being for music.” With lots of newcomers to Estevan, Andersen said it’s important to make sure they are aware of the opportunities for cultural experiences in the city, so the Big Bash is a way to bring in some people who may not otherwise visit an art gallery. As always, the gallery will have their current art exhibits on display and free to the public. There will be children’s activities from 5 to 8 p.m., which will provide a secondary activity for those parents looking to come for the

music but have children who may be more interested in the button-making machine. A refreshment tent will be available for the event and Murray GM of Estevan and Oxbow will be providing safe rides throughout the evening. Food will be provided by Eddie’s Neighbourhood Grill and Bar. Children 12 and under get in free to the entire event that is sponsored by Kramer CAT. Andersen said she gets a great feeling when they receive community support because they do they try to provide something for everyone. “It’s great to have that. Whatever people can chip in it’s fabulous.” All funds raised will go to programming, noted Andersen. The gallery facilities accommodate everything from show openings and artists who come in for a workshop to their music lineup through After Dark. The gallery staff also provides a number of workshops for local youth seeking an artistic outlet. “This is where the funding goes, so that we can keep putting on events for the community and keeping the price low so it is accessible for all. That’s important to us, making a community service that everyone can participate in,” said Andersen.

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Editorial ⇠A6 We won’t even delve into the culture and recreation files because that would just be too painful. So while we continue to grow, we’ll have to keep hoping a few in positions who can make a difference, are paying attention. If not, perhaps we could steal a page from our own history book. Back in the 1950s, when we had another huge era of growth, they just built the stuff, paid for it, and then got permission for what was already built … later. That might sound a little radical in this day and age, but desperate times sometimes call for desperate measures.

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Saskatchewan country musician Codie Prevost will be making his first live appearance in Estevan when he performs at the Party in the Park for the grand re-opening of the Woodlawn Regional Park. become friends, and it just keeps growing and growing,” he said. “Every Tuesday we log in on Twitter, and we’ve got people from all over the world. It’s really neat to see that you can connect with people and grow friendships and make new fans. It’s a very cool way

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to be able to interact with people.” The platform is a new tool for musicians and others to use, and Prevost embraces it with ease as a forum that allows him to reach his fans on a very individual and personal level. In the spring he worked on his next release, an album that is scheduled to drop early next year. They are now preparing for the release of a single to start getting new material on

the airwaves, something he hasn’t done since releasing the single Last Night All Day last summer. His previous album Get Loud was released in 2010. “That’ll be exciting to get some new stuff out there again. I really feel with this album it’s another new angle, a new direction in the sound. It’s a lot more edgy. It has taken a new step all together, and I’m looking forward to people hearing it,” said Prevost.

“You’re always trying to evolve and do something new, and find that sound that makes you, you. I feel like from the first few albums I’ve just been trying to find that all along.” Prior to Get Loud, Prevost released Spin, a sixtrack EP and follow-up to his debut album, 2005’s Rolling Back to You. He expects his newest single will be released in August or September, and he will be playing new material

when he hits the stage in Estevan. He thinks his previous closest stop to the Energy City would have been a two-man show he played in Arcola. What Prevost remembers most is the support of the audience that came out for the show. “There’s so much support that came out, and I’m sure the regional park is going to have just as much, if not more support,” said Prevost. “I’m really looking forward to meeting everybody. It’s going to be a lot of fun.” The park is getting back on its feet after flooding in 2011 submerged most of the land around the winding Souris River. Prevost noted that a lot of people across the Prairies, unfortunately, have similar stories. “There have been a lot of scenarios like that around Saskatchewan, and it’s just been devastating for so many people,” he said, calling the re-opening something that should really be celebrated by everyone who loves the park. “There’s just a lot of things going on, it’s Canada Day weekend, and there’s just so many things to celebrate it’s going to be hard not to have a good time.” Prevost and his band have a summer tour, with Estevan being an early stop, and it will take them from Alberta across Saskatchewan to Manitoba, with more shows in Ontario in the fall. Along with Prevost on stage will be his full band, with members on drums, bass, lead guitar and mandolin.

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Collision sends three to hospital

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The Estevan Arts Council awarded a record 16 scholarships to students across the southeast. Back from left: Kaitlin Stephen, alto sax; Shana Dosch, trumpet; Avery Dechief, trumpet; Mark Fergusson, trombone/guitar; Joshua Pele, acting. Front from left: Kayla Brodziak, dance; Teagan Graham, ballet; Michala Brasseur, dance; Becky Blackburn, ballet; Kelsey Romanyk, ballet. Absent from the photo were Megan McAuley, drama; Tess Rensby, acting; Shyanne Sealy, acting; Angeleena Smith, alto sax; Isaiah Smith, percussion; McKenzie Warriner, voice.

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A two-vehicle collision on Highway 39 near the Bienfait turnoff on June 11 sent three people to hospital with none life-threatening but undetermined injuries, said a spokesman for the Estevan detachment of the RCMP who set up an investigation into the incident. The accident at 11:18 in the morning involved a semi-truck with gravel hauling trailer and a SUV. All three people in the SUV sustained injuries and were transported to hospital for further treatment. The collision that was described as an “offset T-bone� event, was caused by one vehicle attempting to turn in front of the second vehicle. The driver of the semi, the only occupant in that vehicle, has been charged under the Traffic Safety Act and has an Aug. 12 date for his first court appearance.


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Student companies clean up at award show The students at the Estevan Comprehensive School are making a name for themselves as titans of industry. Through the school’s business program last semester, two companies were founded and competed toe-to-toe as they attempted to capture the Energy City’s sweet tooth. Both companies, Truffle Shuffle and First Class Baking, centred their businesses around producing and selling baked goods around the city. After finding success locally, each company was recognized with a variety of awards at the Junior Achievement of Saskatchewan Hall of Fame banquet in Regina on June 11. The two companies and their employees/shareholders were nominated for each of the 16 awards, and while competing against 30 other companies from schools across the southern half of the province, the students won five. Truffle Shuffle took the proverbial cake at the banquet, as the business was honoured as the company of the year. Both Estevan companies generated high net profits. With each student putting $20 into the company as a shareholder, those investments had a return of $344.55 for the First Class Baking team and $344.25 for Truffle Shuffle shareholders. First Class generated total sales of $14,858 and a net income of $5,913, while Truffle Shuffle generated $17,155.77 gross sales and a net profit of $7,847.42. The companies both showed off a flare for community stewardship as well, with Truffle Shuffle donating $1,000 of their profits to United Way Estevan, while First Class Baking presented $1,000 to the Hearthstone campaign for a new nursing home. First Class Baking

with their peers. “That’s one of those things that gave us an advantage,” she said. “We couldn’t tell how any other companies in the province were doing, but seeing the other class and knowing they’re way ahead of us (was a motivator).” “Their goals were to try and surpass each other throughout the entire time,” said LeBlanc, who helped plant seeds of competition with each company by telling each one how far behind they were. He said what the students really learned about was the importance of a deadline. The companies didn’t just have to hand in an assignment on time, but they were expected to deliver their products on time to paying customers who expected a certain level of service. “They definitely surpassed their goals. The kids don’t really see what they did until the end. I think a lot of them were surprised that night to see their name in the program,” said LeBlanc, who, as an instructor, was proud to see the companies recognized for their effort.

Truffle Shuffle was one of two companies made up of students from the Estevan Comprehensive School’s entrepreneurship class. Last week at the Junior Achievement Business Hall of Fame in Regina, the company collected two awards, with president Shaylee Foord winning the President of the Year award and the company winning the top prize Company of the Year award. (Submitted photo) won an award for their shareholders’ report, and company president Alexandria Neuman noted their detailed business plan included reports from six areas of their business. “Each VP talked about what was going on in their area,” said Alexandria of the 26-page document. “We put that all together in a business plan just to give a really in-depth look at our company.”

Emily Schroeder Looking back at what they learned about running a company, Kallie McConnell is quick to say, “It’s not as easy as my parents make it out to be.” McConnell won the

Production Excellence Award for work with First Class Baking. Something that their teacher Josh LeBlanc touched on was stress management and how to efficiently use both time and resources. Putting any personal issues aside and getting along with others in the company was a key in ensuring a successful business. “In our company we had a lot of conflict management,” noted Shaylee Foord, president of Truffle Shuffle, who said that helped them in dealing with customers as well. “(It was important) knowing how to talk to people and relate well to people, so that if there was an issue, it could be resolved quickly.” Shaylee earned the President of the Year Award for her work. Truffle Shuffle’s Shelby Frehlick noted the company was a lot of work, and it took a dedicated group to stay at the school as late as 3:30 a.m. one night to make

sure they had all of their orders out. Emily Schroeder earned the Salesperson of the Year Award, as not only the top salesperson on her team, First Class Baking, but also producing top sales against competing companies. She used both her experience working in Estevan at a store as well as her connections in the oilfield to generate top numbers. “I transferred those skills to the company,” she said. “We tried to canvass the city. We split the city up into four sections and for about three weeks straight we went to businesses every day and tried to get our information out.” Perseverance is an important quality in any salesperson, and Emily proved she had what it took to close the deals. Access to oil companies at a prime time during the holidays was also key to her success. “The part that really helped me was that I have parents in the oilfield. We were conveniently around

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Tenders  will  be  received  by  SaskPower  for  the  sale  of  hay.    The   successful   bidder   will   be   required   to   cut,   bale   and   remove   bales   by   2013   September   01.     There   will   be   one   cutting   only   and   it   must   be   completed  by  2013  August  15.       Several   parcels   of   land   are   included,   mainly   located   west   and   south  of  Boundary  Dam  Power  Station.    Bids  will  be  lump  sum  for  each   parcel.     Parcels   will   be   available   for   viewing   on   the   18th   and   19th   of   June   2013.       For  further  details  contact  Neil  Worsley  at  637-­‐4256.           Written   tenders   contained   in   a   sealed   envelope   marked   HAY   TENDER   on   the   outside   will   be   received   until   4:00   p.m.,   Thursday,   June   20,   2013,   c/o   Neil   Worsley,   Shand   Power   Station,   Box   1310,   Estevan,   S4A  2K9.       Highest  or  any  tender  will  not  necessarily  be  accepted.   Payment   terms:   Receipt   by   SaskPower   of   certified   cheque   within   5   working  days  of  bid  acceptance  by  SaskPower.     Note  1.   Bales  still  on  the  ground  after  2013  November  01  will  be  assessed  a  fee  of  50¢   per  bale  per  month,  payable  in  advance.     Note  2.   Users  of  on  highway  trucks  will  need  to  have  their  access  routes  approved  by   Neil  Worsley  or  his  designate.    

 


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June 19, 2013 A11

Lampman student seeks future on stage

Another Lampman student is pursuing a life on the stage. The Mercury recently recounted Grade 10 student Sam Paxman’s rise in theatre, ignoring gender by playing boys, and heading to Stratford to advance her technique by studying Shakespeare. Maya Branyik-Thornton is a graduating student and was perhaps destined for a life of theatre as the daughter of Christine Branyik-Thornton, Lampman’s drama teacher, who had a background in the theatre world before turning to teaching. Maya grew up steeped in theatre, soaking up the flavours and aromas that built the foundation necessary to get inside the head and the heart of a character. As her mother puts it, she can focus on the “germ” of the character. Throughout high school, Maya’s summers included trips for workshops rather than vacations, attending Stratford for two consecutive years for training in the Shakespearean arts as well as workshops in New York. She is going to further her development in the fall when she goes off to the University of Alberta to study theatre full-time. The Grade 12 student left the school a little before classes ended, when she took off to Victoria. She has a contract with the Victoria Shakespeare Society to play Mariana in the Bard of Avon’s Measure for Measure. Those performances will be held in midAugust before she heads off

to school. While she has studied some Shakespeare, this will be the first time she is a player in a full-length Shakespearean production. Maya is a bit of a Shakespeare buff, and that love may have bloomed during her time in Stratford during those two summers. Heading to Victoria as an actor in one of his comedies, she landed the role by performing a monologue from Hamlet, which she sent in as her audition tape. She noted many teenagers studying his works in high school, an annual necessity, find the material unattainable. During her time in Stratford she was taught how to decode the early modern English. “It’s like a different language, learning how to speak it is really cool. He really knew what he was doing,” she said of Shakespeare. She wants Shakespeare to be experienced outside of the classroom at every opportunity. “It’s meant to be seen and not read in a classroom,” she said, and more exposure to the live theatre productions of Shakespeare’s work may help engage more students in the material. “It’s about making it understandable to your audience.” Maya got an early start in theatre, and had a part in the Missoula Children’s Theatre, which comes to Estevan annually to engage local youth in a theatre production. She has since been on stage for 15 shows by her count. She is also an accomplished dancer and graduate

Maya Branyik-Thornton grew up engrossed in theatre, and the Grade 12 Lampman student is on her way to making a life for herself on the stage. of Estevan’s Drewitz School of Dance. Maya was one half of Lampman School’s production of Boy Meets Girl: A Young Love Story, which was a two-person play featuring Sam and her. They

performed it at the provincial drama festival in Regina in May, and both students received one of the top four acting honours. “There’s something really intimate and special about doing just a two-

hander,” Maya said. “We actually went to a workshop in Grand Forks and we got to really focus on our characters a lot. There’s something magical about just two people working on a show together. You get really close and start to know each other really well.” Her mother Christine

was directing the pair, so the three spent a lot of time together digging into the two characters of Sam and Katie. “I think the show turned out really well. It was all about our relationship. The relationship of the characters was the strong point. It wasn’t about memorizing lines or I’m walking here and I’m walking there. We were just telling a story.” When she begins at the U of A in Edmonton, she will have a year of general studies before moving into the acting program. To keep in performance shape she said she’ll be finding parts in the flourishing theatre scene in the city. “The first year I’m going to get my bearings about university. I’m probably going to look for community plays or volunteer for film studies stuff to be acting in. There will be a lot of shows that I can work on. Edmonton has great theatre going on,” she said, noting the popularity of the Fringe Festival. “It’s happening in Edmonton. Lots of people don’t know that, but it’s happening in Edmonton.” She will need to audition after her first year in order to be accepted into the 12-person theatre program. Maya is also a big advocate of live theatre, encouraging young people who have a passion for it to pursue with all their heart. “I want all the kids doing theatre in small communities to know that it is possible to branch out and go do theatre all around Canada,” she said. “They should really follow it and go for it, because if you really love it, that’s what you should be doing.”

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Estevan Mercury

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June 19, 2013 A13

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Estevan Mercury

Donations continue to filter in for Hearthstone The Hearthstone fundraising committee feels momentum will only increase as they inch nearer their $8 million goal. Percy H. Davis Customs Brokers was the latest to announce a corporate donation to the campaign that is raising money that will go toward the building of a new nursing home in Estevan. The company’s total commitment has already been calculated into the running total, but Mark Davis presented the company’s third installment of $50,000. In total, the company has committed $250,000 toward the project. The company has provided the funding as part of their commitment to remaining positive stewards of the community. “We find it a very important need in the city, not just for Estevan but for the surrounding areas,” Davis said. “I was in the old nursing home a number of years ago, and my first thought was ‘Oh my God, I hope I never have to come here,” he added with a laugh. “I thought it was something that could be a little more modernized and more conducive to the needs to make it a little more like home.” The Hearthstone campaign has reached $6.7 million and campaign chairs Don Kindopp and Vern Buck feel that once they hit $7 million, there will be one last big push to hit their goal.

“It’s a situation where we have to motivate the people who are doing the campaign,” said Buck. “The campaign is still moving on, and there are a number of contacts that still need to be made, so we’re quite confident.” He said he expects they will plow forward quickly once they have their final $1 million to raise. Davis said they have rolled out their donations each June and will continue to do so for the next two years. “Two more payments and we can see at that time (where the campaign is), but hopefully in that period they’ve reached their goal and construction is in progress,” added Davis. Kindopp noted as summer approaches, fundraising for the nursing home isn’t necessarily on everybody’s mind, but it’s still something many in the city are eagerly awaiting. “You still see the enthusiasm around the city, in terms of commitment to the nursing home. There’s no reduction in enthusiasm whatsoever,” Kindopp said. “We need to get the nursing home built, and in fact, we need to have it built tomorrow.” Buck added that people are very interested in the project, regularly asking him when construction on the new building will start. He reminds them that nothing will begin until they reach their fundraising goal.

At centre, Mark Davis, of Percy H. Davis Customs Brokers, presented $50,000 to go to ward the fundraising campaign for the new Estevan nursing home. Accepting the cheque was Don Kindopp, left, and Vern Buck who are both members of the fundraising committee.

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It is with tremendous pride that Lois Wilhelm (nee Drader), formerly of Estevan and Yorkton, will join together with family and friends on Saturday, July 27th, in Fernie, BC to celebrate the 20th Wedding Anniversary of her special daughter and son-in-law, Cora Lee and Christopher Snoeks. The youngest of 7 children, Cora was born to Lois and the late Arthur Wilhelm on September 30, 1969 in Yorkton, SK. Cora and Chris currently reside at the Tom Uphill Manor in Fernie where she works as a Courtesy Clerk for Extra Foods and Chris is a Dishwasher at Boston Pizza.

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News and notes from the June 10 regular meeting of Estevan city council Council received a request from the Estevan Daycare Co-operative requesting that their taxes be based on a residential mill rate instead of the commercial mill rate. The request would save the daycare $3,817. Councillor Lori Carr raised concern about the request, noting the City is in a tough financial position at the moment. She made a motion to table the request and asked to see more financial information from the daycare. The motion to table the request was passed unanimously. • • • • • • Council received word

from the provincial government that the operating grant allocations for the Transit Assistance for People with Disabilities program for 20132014 have been finalized. Estevan will receive $63,812, which is used to help fund the SMILE Services transit program. • • • • • • Council also received a letter from the Canadian Association of Municipal Administrators notifying them that city manager Jim Puffalt was recently recognized for his 30 years in municipal administration. • • • • • •

In his regular meeting report, Puffalt said the City has received calls about the recent paving work on Souris Avenue from King Street to Seventh Street. Puffalt, who noted that many were questioning why the City was paving a road that was just paved last year, said that Souris Valley Paving was laying the second lift of asphalt on the road. Typically the first lift of asphalt is put down after a job is completed and then the second goes a year later after the ground has had time to settle. It was also noted that a second lift of pave-

ment would be completed in a couple of other areas in Estevan this summer. • • • • • • Puffalt also noted that potholes are the top priority of the Public Works Division’s to-do list. He said due to the high water table many new potholes are appearing and ones that were recently repaired are “popping out.” • • • • • • Council passed a new respectful workplace program at the meeting. The goal of the program is to ensure that each City employee is responsible for ensuring a respectful work-

place where everyone feels welcomed, is valued and where every employee is accountable for his or her own behaviour and attitude. • • • • • •  The Estevan Fire Rescue Service report for April was included in the council package. The department attended to five fires in April but also had to deal with seven false alarms. • • • • • • The building permit report for May was released at the meeting. It noted that the building pace in 2013 continues to lag behind the pace set

in 2012 and previous years. The City issued just 12 permits with a combined value of $2.26 million in May. Commercial permits were responsible for much of that total as three permits with a value of $1.16 million were issued. On the year, just over $7.50 million in permits have been issues, which is almost $10 million behind the pace set in 2012. It was noted at the meeting that there are still a number of projects expected to begin in 2013, and that figure will likely increase as the year goes on.

New scholarship opportunity for 4-H members The Canadian 4-H Council has announced that the Canadian Meat Council is sponsoring a new scholarship opportunity for 4-H members, The Larry Milton Campbell Memorial 4-H

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Three grants awarded in Estevan Two Estevan-based organizations were recipients of three grants from the Community Initiatives Fund (CIF), it was announced this past week. The grants, totalling $17,000 will be directed toward the Estevan Area Literacy Group and the Estevan Family Resource Centre. The literacy group’s summer literacy program is being boosted by $5,000 through the CIF while their early childhood literacy project will receive a further $7,000. The Family Resource Centre is picking up $5,000 from CIF for their Kidshop

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First Link coming to Sun Country Estevan and area residents dealing with Alzheimer disease will soon have an important new resource to help them in their journey. It was announced in May that thanks in part to new funding from the provincial government, the Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan was expanding the First Link program to the southeast. The society has plans to set up a resource centre in Weyburn and will provide service to Estevan and other areas of the Sun Country Health Region. Joanne Bracken, the CEO of the Alzheimer Society said First Link provides patients, caregivers or family members with information and support that helps them understand dementia and what they can expect as the disease progresses. Until the past couple of years, the society has largely operated out of Saskatoon and Regina with each centre serving one half of the province. However, Bracken noted with Saskatchewan’s population aging the society found they needed to have a bigger presence throughout the province. That led to the opening of resource centres in communities such as Swift Current, Battleford, Prince Albert and Weyburn once they arrive at an agreement with Sun Country on office space. “When somebody gets diagnosed with a dementia, often they are told their diagnosis but they are not given much information after that,” Bracken said. “So they go home and they don’t really understand the diagnosis and they don’t understand what is happening to them. We really help them to understand that.” Bracken added that First Link is also an important resource for family members who are having a tough time with the diagnosis or might be dealing with someone who has yet to be diagnosed and is undergoing some noticeable changes. “If we don’t support that family caregiver, they end up having stress related

issues or their own health suffers and instead of one patient, we have two patients.” Another component of First Link is to provide connections to and information about the health care services that are available. Bracken said Sun Country has identified dementia as a priority and the two groups are working together to help those in need. “We help people understand what health care services are available and we follow up with them on a regular basis because dementia is progressive. We check in to see how they are doing; do they need to consider home care services or are they thinking about the long-term care decision? We have a learning series that we offer as well and a lot of that is delivered through TeleHealth and we tap into some local experts.” Bracken said First Link can also help patients and their families walk through some important first steps once a diagnosis is completed and help them avoid any pitfalls they may come across. “Some people had already been living two years after the diagnosis and when we talk to them about some of the things they could do, they would say ‘if we had come sooner we could have avoided this and this and this and this,” she said. “You need to talk about wills and estates and getting your power of attorney in place and naming your healthcare proxy. It’s important that people know about those things and do them early on. “For people with dementia, it is really important that they have a say in how their healthcare goes and that really empowers them to be able to go and do that.” Bracken said they hope to have a First Link co-ordinator hired by the end of June and the office established in July. Until then, anyone interested in more information on First Link can contact the Alzheimer Society.

New report focuses on Saskatchewan infrastrucutre A new report from the Conference Board of Canada says Saskatchewan will need to attract an unprecedented $20 billion to $30 billion in capital investment annually through 2032 to finance its rapid economic and infrastructure growth. How the province adapts to this new resource-economy reality will determine how well the investment dollars flow, according the report which was completed for The Saskatchewan Institute. “Saskatchewan is in the midst of diversifying its traditionally agriculture-dominated economy. New mega-projects in the resource sectors will require different forms of capital investment,” said Michael Grant, author of the report, Green Machine: Financing Growth in the New Saskatchewan. “This massive influx of capital is something new for the province. It will require policy actions and responses on a wide range of issues. The good news is that is its strong

NOTICE Public Notice is hereby given that the Council of the Rural Municipality of Benson No. 35 intends to adopt a bylaw under The Planning and Development Act, 2007, to amend Bylaw No. 91-7, known as the Zoning Bylaw. Intent The proposed bylaw will amend the existing Schedule C - M1 - Light Industrial and Commercial District by adding to Section A.2 Uses Permitted at Council’s discretion; by deleting Section B. Regulations and replacing it with a new Section B. Regulations; and by adding Section C. Specific Development Standards and Criteria for Discretionary Uses. Reason The reason for the amendment is to update the uses of the Light Industrial and Commercial District by adding additional uses permitted at council’s discretion, including temporary construction camps and campgrounds; to update the Regulations of the Light Industrial and Commercial District; and to add Specific Development Standards and Criteria for Discretionary Uses in the Light Industrial and Commercial District.

economic prospects give the province the luxury to deal with these issues in a thoughtful way and on its own terms.” The report noted that global demand is expected to keep resource prices high, which will continue to draw interest in capital investment in Saskatchewan. Other highlights of the report were: • Canada’s capital markets are well suited to fund Saskatchewan’s resource boom. • A growth culture is taking hold in the province. • The Conference Board estimates that Saskatchewan’s capital needs will continue to expand until at least 2032, due largely to global demand for resources such as oil, potash, uranium, natural gas and other metals and minerals. The long-term outlook for capital reflects three factors: • Export-oriented extractive industries (such as mining, oil and gas); • Export-oriented agriculture; and • Population growth. The author said there are reasons for optimism that these capital needs can be met. First, Canada has one of the best-developed equity markets in the world and an expertise in funding resource development. Second, Saskatchewan will not have any problem funding resource projects as long as it is open to foreign investors, including state-owned enterprises. The economic potential brought on by capital investment in the resource sector will require Saskatchewan to address several issues, such as: • Maintaining a hospitable investment climate, • Setting competitive personal and corporate tax rates; • Keeping up with infrastructure demand; • Diversifying the economy to reduce fluctuations in resource prices, supply and global demand; and engaging First Nation and Métis businesses and communities in the economy.

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Offences will keep driver off the road for four years Preparing to go to jail for an impaired driving conviction and several other charges, an Estevan man refused the Impaired Driver Treatment Program. Christopher Brown pleaded guilty to his second impaired driving offence as well as three driving while disqualified charges and an obstruction of justice charge. With a second impaired driving conviction comes a mandatory jail sentence of at least 30 days. Many offenders are eligible for the treatment program, where they serve their sentence in rehabilitation rather than in a jail cell. Brown was facing more than the minimum term in jail because of his subsequent charges, but in Estevan provincial court on Monday, Judge Karl Bazin still gave him the option of serving some of his sentence in treatment. Brown said he preferred to serve all of his time in jail, though Bazin warned that if he went to treatment, he may be treated more leniently by the justice system were he to be convicted of another impaired charge. Bazin said that with Brown’s penchant for driving while disqualified, he could be looking at years in a federal penitentiary rather than months in jail if he were ever convicted again. Brown still requested to serve all of his time in jail. The Crown and Brown’s Legal Aid counsel presented a joint submission for Bazin’s consideration. The Crown requested 90 days in jail, 30 days for the impaired and another

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Police kept busy with sleepy subjects It was a week of registering sleepy, intoxicated people in the Estevan Police Service (EPS) cells, it seemed. According to the latest EPS reports, officers responded to a report of an unknown person in a residential yard on the night of June 12. They found the highly intoxicated man wandering around in the yard with no intended purpose. He was arrested for trespassing and public intoxication and placed in cells for the night. He was released with a July court date. Police were next alerted to an intoxicated man who appeared to be passed out in a back lane in the central part of the city. Police located him and lodged him in cells. During the course of the evening, EPS members made several checks on local motorists and several 24-hour driving suspensions were handed out as a result of their efforts. On the night of June 13, EPS members found an intoxicated man passed out on the sidewalk in front of a business in the central part of the city. He was arrested and lodged in cells until sober and now has a July court date to respond to a charge of being intoxicated in public. That same evening, EPS members were called to a local lounge in response to a report of a fight in progress. When they arrived, they found one man who had suffered minor injuries. He was treated on the scene by emergency medical personnel and police have opened an investigation into the incident. On the night of June 14, police were called to an apartment with regards to a noise complaint. When EPS members arrived and spoke to the person who lodged the complaint, they were told that the noise had ended and it appeared that the noise makers

had left the building. Local police members were then called out in response to a domestic dispute on the southwest side of the city. The situation had been defused prior to police arrival, so officers monitored the situation while the parties involved separated for the night. Another domestic disturbance in a mobile home court that same evening led to the discovery by police that the dispute had erupted in the morning and had slowly escalated during the day. The two parties were separated but neither one wanted to proceed with charges so no further action was required by police. Two men who had been fighting in a local lounge were located by police on the night of June 17. The two combatants had already separated, but one of them continued a verbal barrage, so he was subsequently arrested for being intoxicated in public and placed in cells until regaining sobriety. While on patrol, EPS members spotted a person who they knew had several outstanding warrants issued against him, so he was arrested on those conditions and lodged in cells. EPS were then called out to a local business where it was reported that a person was sleeping in the back area of their parking lot. The highly intoxicated man was arrested and lodged in cells. On another June 17 call, EPS members attended to a local lounge in response to a call regarding a customer who was refusing to leave the premises when asked to do so by staff members. Upon police arrival the man in question decided that perhaps it was in his best interests to depart, and he did so without any further police intervention.

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Turnbull Excavating recognized as crème de la creme At the end of the night it was hard work, community leadership and longterm business success that was honoured at the EBEX Awards. Estevan’s Business Excellence (EBEX) Awards showcase and congratulate the best Estevan has to offer in the world of small business. Hosted by the Chamber of Commerce June 14 with a gala at Spectra Place, the Business of the Year Award went to Turnbull Excavating, owned and operated by Ed Turnbull, which fit the mould of excellence that so many business leaders aspire. The company had humble beginnings in 1985, as Turnbull started out solo with just a skid steer and a truck. He now employs 46 full-time and part-time staff and has seen the equipment fleet increase by 50 per cent over the past two years, directly mirroring the burgeoning growth other sectors have seen in the southeast. Turnbull has expanded to include services in water and sewer, excavating and aggregates and a concrete division. “ I ’ m r e a l l y o v e rwhelmed. I didn’t expect this at all,” said Turnbull. “We grew slowly here in Estevan. There’s a lot of really great businesses here and people who really work hard. We’ve just done our best through it all and tried to keep some sustainable growth.” The operation was recently moved from its location on the west end of the city to the eastern outskirts on the Shand Power Road. It’s the business’s seventh location, and Turnbull said it will be the last. The new location has allowed them to expand their office and serves as a strategic point so it cuts down on travel issues. “We’re just in a better position now. We’re not hav-

Ed Turnbull captured the Business of the Year Award as well as the EBEX Award for Growth and Expansion. He is pictured here with Business of the Year sponsor MNP’s Patrick Dupuis. ing to travel through the city so much. We’re able to get to our jobs quicker and more efficiently,” he said. Turnbull said he has always wanted to make sure his customers are treated properly and in some ways, that has driven the growth, so that those needs can be adequately served. They have recently supplied concrete for the new Richardson Pioneer Grain Terminal as well as some large pours at SaskPower. “We’ve just tried to keep up and serve our customers to the best of our ability. Sometimes I just want to take a step back and say, ‘You gotta slow down here,’” he said regarding their company’s recent growth. He said the company has a lot of brilliant staff, and those who have been with him for several years now have helped make the company what it is today.

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Turnbull was nominated for the Business Leader of the Year Award, which was awarded to Warren Waldegger of T. Bird Oil Ltd., while Turnbull Excavating was also nominated for the Growth and Expansion and Community Involvement Award, which he also won. Not just one to build a business empire, Turnbull has also made sure he stayed connected with the community as a supporter of the Estevan Regional Nursing Home, Lutheran Bible Camp and Salvation Army. He played an important role in bringing the Estevan Motor Speedway to Estevan where he races in the modified division throughout the summer against sons Aaron and Tyson. “The competition out there (on the track) is fierce, and the best way to beat the competition is just to work hard at it. You’re not going

to win unless you work hard. There aren’t any flukes out there in racing, and there isn’t in business either,” said Turnbull. In his brief speech upon accepting the award, Turnbull commended his parents for instilling in him a sense of business and work ethic. That next generation of Turnbulls

is not simply following his footsteps on the track, but also in the local business world. Aaron started his own business at 18, opening Future Signs in Estevan, and Tyson continues to work at Turnbull Excavating, learning the ins and outs of his father’s company. “Aaron has done very

well for himself, and my youngest son works with me in the business and has taken hold of some of the management duties at 24 years old. When I started in business it was about then,” said Turnbull. “I’ll be around for a few years yet. I’m not going anywhere, and Estevan will always be my home.”

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Ceres commodity hub excavation work underway By Norm Park Of The Mercury The homework is pretty well done, contacts have been made, negotiations are well underway on several fronts and the excavation work has begun. That was the word coming from Ceres Global Ag Corp president Michael Detlefsen who spoke with The Mercury on June 14, just a few days after the company announced the start of construction on their $90 million logistics hub in Northgate on the Saskatchewan/North Dakota border. The initial construction phase of the project, which is the groundbreaking and excavation work. Detlefsen said Ceres representatives have been in contact with a number of junior and downstream oil companies regarding the options they’ll have to ship southeast Saskatchewan oil by rail to a number of locations through the Burlington Northern/Santa Fe rail company that will be picking up both grain and oil plus other commodities at the Northgate hub once the two parallel rail line loops are completed later this year. The hub is being built on 1,500 acres now owned by Ceres. “In addition to opportunities, the hub will open up for Western Canadian farmers. It will be great news for Canadian oil producers looking for new, cost-competitive ways to market Saskatchewan crude to higher-priced markets,” Detlefsen said. The first stage of site preparation, estimated to cost between $10 and $12 million, will be funded equally by Ceres and The Scoular Company, a U.S.-based agricultural marketing company, that expects to own the hub’s grain operations. The construction of the facilities themselves will get underway this summer, and Detlefsen said all the red-tape issues have been covered in terms of permits and approvals that will allow them to finalize agreements with project partners. Initial grain and oil shipments are expected to begin leaving the Northgate hub by late 2013. “When complete, the facility will help Saskatchewan farmers increase their participation in an expanding global market, giving high quality Canadian wheat direct access to U.S. and Mexican flour millers, and opening extensive new markets for Canadian canola,” said Bob Ludington, chief operating officer for Scoular. By having a connection to the BNSF rail network, ship-

pers will receive direct access to customers in 28 states, several Pacific and Gulf ports and Mexico. This includes over 45 crude-by-rail destinations and access to other strategic interior locations plus Atlantic ports that are available through BNSF’s 32,000 mile rail network. The entire facility buildout has a three-year timeline, and is designed to ultimately handle up to 40 million bushels of grain annually and 70,000 barrels of oil daily. It will create over 100 construction jobs during the initial stages and 30 permanent ongoing jobs once it is fully operational. Detlefsen said he could see the hub handling additional products, such as drilling supplies and other materials associated not only with oil and grain industry players but other industrial components too. On the agricultural side he envisioned marketing and shipping animal feed ingredients, importing corn and soy, shipping fertilizers and exporting potash as obvious examples of the opportunities. They’ll have the space to do all that. The company president said they have also been engaged with Canadian and American border protection and customs services administrations at the senior level, with the hope of increasing access to their services on an extended services schedule since the Northgate border currently offers just restricted hours from both agencies for cross-border traffic. “Our two governments will be discussing issues like this anyway during their Beyond the Border negotiations. We may be a test case for them.” Detlefsen added the grain hub provides “extra choice for farmers and how they’ll ship. The new service will give them shuttle trains with between 110 and 130 cars each.” The original excavation work should be completed by the end of August, weather permitting.

“We also have a conservation set aside in excess of 300 acres to meet environmental requirements. When we purchased the land we knew that would be part of the plan. A lot of the protected land will be nearer the water (river) as a buffer between the operations side and the water. We have a good relationship with senior and local governments. We’ve made concessions to enable us to protect endangered species and provide for good land use and to be prepared for any contingency,” he said. Ceres and Scoular have selected a project manager to steer the program in the first few phases of development and interim housing arrangements are being made, that will include a labour camp during construction. Detlefsen said BNSF has been very helpful in building a relationship with Scoular and Ceres and have provided input for the design of the unit train rail loops. “With a project like this, it’s nice to get the input and resources of a large outfit like theirs. They are educating us as to how they operate and how we can maximize efficiencies in our setup. They’ve committed to upgrading their line between Northgate and Minot and the Minot rail yard and will certainly enhance the Northgate site,” Detlefsen added. While wrapping up the conversation, the Ceres president said, “We believe we can serve an unmet demand, that spread between the Brent price for oil, and the Saskatchewan Bakken price they’ve been getting. If we get Bakken crude to a port they can effectively extract something closer to a Brent price, and it’ll get there faster. It’s another shipping opportunity for oil and for oil by rail. We’ve seen what has happened with the Stewart Southern short line rail company we have a share in, in Saskatchewan, and they’re running their cars into CP in Regina, more than 1,000 cars a month, and it’s 80 per cent oil.”

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PAHC Celebration

Drs. Jeremy and Carol Ross hosted a day-long 10th anniversary celebration at the Prairie Animal Health Centre on Saturday. The events included tours of the operating theatres, boarding kennels, large animal stalls and treatment centre along with prizes and an obstacle course for visiting dogs.

Sask. farmers wrapping up seeding Seeding is nearing completion in the province with 96 per cent of the 2013 crop in the ground, significantly above the fiveyear average of 89 per cent seeded for this time of year. Regionally, 93 per cent of the crop is seeded in the southeast while the remaining regions each have 97 per cent of the crop seeded. Much of the province received significant rainfall, which has slowed down field operations. The Kinistino area reported the greatest amount of rainfall at 93 mm. Provincially, topsoil moisture on crop land is rated as 10 per cent surplus, 84 per cent adequate and six per cent short. Hay land and pasture topsoil moisture is rated as four per cent surplus, 86 per cent adequate and 10 per cent short. Here in the southeast, producers have 93 per cent of the 2013 crop in the ground, up significantly from 71 per cent last week. The five-year (2008-2012) average for this time of year is approximately 80 per cent of acres seeded. Rainfall this week ranged from trace amounts to more than two inches in some areas. The Moosomin area received 58 mm of rainfall, the Frobisher area

35 mm, the Manor area 17 mm, the Stoughton area 26 mm, the Broadview area 28 mm, the Glenavon area 28 mm, the Weyburn area 14 mm, the Briercrest area 15 mm, the Indian Head area 18 mm, the Pense area 8 mm and the Radville area 13 mm. Since April 1, the Radville area has received

the greatest amount of precipitation (180 mm). Topsoil moisture conditions on cropland are rated as 26 per cent surplus, 72 per cent adequate and two per cent short. Hay land and pasture topsoil moisture is rated as five per cent surplus, 93 per cent adequate and two per cent short. CDs

1A and 2A are reporting that 31 per cent and 53 per cent, respectively, of the cropland has surplus topsoil moisture at this time. The majority of crop damage this week is due to flooding, frost and insects. Some areas are reporting that heavy rainfall received in the last few weeks has

packed the ground and excess moisture is not drying quickly. Many fields and access roads remain under water and some producers will not be able to complete seeding in some southern areas of the region. The majority of producers are now starting in-crop spraying operations on drier fields as

weed growth is substantial in some areas. Most crops are still behind normal developmental stages for this time of year and will need more warm weather to help them catch up. Farmers are busy finishing seeding, controlling weeds and working on equipment.

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Have a blast in kicking off the summer with Estevan’s FREE Kids Summer Programming - PlayParks and celebrate “June is Recreation and Parks Month” at the 4 PlayPark Pools on June 27 & 28! Swimming and other activities will be taking place from 1-5 pm at Rusty Duce, Hillside, Churchill, and Hillcrest! We thank our sponsors Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation and Saskatchewan Lotteries!

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OFFICE MANAGER - ADMIN SECRETARY Visual Stars for Saskatchewan Koncerts for Kidsof Directors Energy City Film Circuit Individual will beArts responsible to 12-member Board and assist the treasurer and three committeePOSITION chair people as needed. Successful applicant will AVAILABLE ~ Promoting   the  ARTSSkills  in  Our  C*ommunity     possess the following qualities: People Office~administration * OFFICE MANAGER - ADMIN SECRETARY Organizational Skills * Quicken 2011 POSITION AVAILABLE Individual will be responsible to 12-member Board of Directors and assist the treasurer Part-Time position (25 hours/week) OFFICE MANAGER - ADMIN SECRETARY and three committee chair people as needed. Successful applicant will possess the Individual will be responsible to 12-member of Directors and assist the Starting salaryBoard $17/hour. following qualities: People Skillschair * Offi ce Administration * Organizational treasurer and three committee people as needed. Successful will Skills Office hours 9 am – 2 pm Monday through Friday – withapplicant some flexibility. possess the following qualities: * Office administration * Computer Skills (Word andPeople Excel) Skills * Payroll Experience * Quicken *2011 Apply, with resume Skills by June 28, 2013 to: Organizational * Quicken 2011 (25 Part-Time position hours/week) Estevan Arts Council (located inposition the Leisure Centre) Part-Time (25 hours/week) Starting salary $17/hour. Starting salary $17/hour. 701 Souris Avenue Offi ce hours throughFriday Friday– –with withsome some flexibility. Office hours99am am –– 22 pm pm Monday Monday through flexibility. ESTEVAN, SK with S4A 2T1 by June 28, 2013 to: Apply, resume Apply, with resume by June 28, 2013 to: Estevan Arts Council (located in the Leisure Centre) Estevan Arts Council (located in the Leisure Centre) 701 Souris Avenue Subscribe Now! 701 Souris Avenue ESTEVAN, SK S4A 2T1 Early Bird Pricing til ESTEVAN, SK S4AJune 2T1 30th! StarsSubscribe for Saskatchewan Now! Early Bird Pricing til June 30th! Iseler Singers Celtic Tenors – Musica Intima – Elmer Subscribe Now! Stars for Saskatchewan Ballet Jörgen (Romeo & Juliet) – Guy & Nadina – Everything Fitz

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for Saskatchewan SELF-GUIDED STUDIO ARTSStars TOUR Celtic Tenors – Musica Intima – Elmer Iseler Singers SELF-GUIDED STUDIO ARTS TOUR August 16, 17, 18 (Estevan to North Portal, SK) August 16, Jörgen 17, 18 (Estevan North–Portal, Ballet (Romeo &toby Juliet) Guy & SK) Nadina – Everything Fitzand the Culture on the Go project funded the Saskatchewan Arts Board Culture on the Go project funded by the Saskatchewan Arts Board and the

Government of Saskatchewan through theMinistry Ministry of Parks, and Sport. Government of Saskatchewan through the of Parks, CultureCulture and Sport.

SELF-GUIDED STUDIO ARTS TOUR ALL ARTISTS! August 16, 17, 18 (Estevan to North Portal, SK) CALLINGCALLING ALL ARTISTS! for submissions in our Annual Adjudicated Art Show Culture on the Go project funded20, byAdjudicated the Saskatchewan Board and the Government for submissions our Annual ArtArts Show November in 28 – December 2013 the Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport. November 28of–Saskatchewan Decemberthrough 20, 2013 “For COMPLETE details” 306-634-3942 CALLING ALL ARTISTS! “For COMPLETE details” www.estevanartscouncil.com

for submissions in our Annual Adjudicated Art Show 306-634-3942 701 Souris Avenue, ESTEVAN, SK S4A 2T1 www.estevanartscouncil.com November 28 – December 20, 2013 (306) 634-3942

701 Souris Avenue, ESTEVAN, SK S4A 2T1 estevanartscouncil@sasktel.net www.estevanartscouncil.com (306) 634-3942

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THE CAMPS

THE CAMPS REGISTER

REGISTER

CHILD’S NAME: PAPER PLAY CHILD’S July 8 -NAME: 11 July 8 - 11 CHILD’S AGE: 9am - 12pm OR 1pm - 4pm CHILD’S AGE: 9am - 12pm OR 1pm - 4pm Draw on it, paint it, print it, make it! This camp will Draw on it, paint it, print it, make it! This camp will experiment with creating artwork on and out of EMERGENCY CONTACT NAME & NUMBER: CONTACT NAME & NUMBER: experiment with creating artwork on and out of EMERGENCY paper! paper!

PAPER PLAY 118 - 4th STREET | HOURS: Mon to Fri 10:00am - 6:00pm | Thurs 10:00am 9:00pm | (P) 306 634 7644 | (E) eagm@sasktel.net | (W) www.eagm.ca

MIXED MEDIA

This year’s PlayLeaders are: - Hillside: Bailey Holzer - Rusty Duce: Larissa Smeltzer - Churchill: Allyson Haukeness - Hillcrest: Yakira Smeltzer - Trojan: Amata Poirier * Remember - Children under 6 require a parent or guardian over the age of 15 to be with them!

* For more information, contact Liisa Kleemola, Summer Program Coordinator at playparks@estevan.ca or 634-1880.

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PAPER PLAY

MIXED MEDIA CAMP(S) ATTENDING (Check all that apply) July 15 - 18 CAMP(S) ATTENDING (Check all that apply) July 15 - 18 9am - 12pm OR 1pm - 4pm 9am - 12pm OR 1pm - 4pm Think outside the box as we use unusual materials, Paper Play: July 8 - 11 July 8 - 11 Think outside the box as we use unusual materials, Paper 9am - 12pm OR 1pm - 4pm toolsPlay: and supplies to create art! 9am - 12pm OR 1pm - 4pm tools and supplies to create art! Mixed Media: July 16 - 20 ART OUTDOORS Mixed Media: July 16 - 20 9am 12pm OR 1pm - 4pm ART OUTDOORS July 22 - 25 9am - 12pm OR 1pm - 4pm July 22 - 25 9am - 12pm OR 1pm - 4pm 9am - 12pm OR 1pm - 4pm Use nature as your inspiration...and your canvas! Art Outdoors: July 22 - 25 Outdoors: July 22 - 25 9am 12pm OR 1pm - 4pm Use nature as your inspiration...and your canvas! Art This camp will involve creating artwork out of natural - 12pm OR 1pm - 4pm This camp will involve creating artwork out of natural 9am and recycled materials found, where else, but in the Sculpture: July 29 - Aug 01 and recycled materials found, where else, but in the great outdoors! Sculpture: July 29 - Aug 01 9am - 12pm OR 1pm - 4pm great outdoors! 9am - 12pm OR 1pm - 4pm SCULPTURE Describe any allergies your child has and their SCULPTURE July 29 -any August 01 your child has and their Describe allergies treatment: July 29 - August 01 9am - 12pm OR 1pm - 4pm treatment: 9am - 12pm OR 1pm - 4pm Let’s get building! This camp will explore different Let’s get building! This camp will explore different types of sculpture using materials such as clay, wood types of sculpture using materials such as clay, wood and much more! May we use photos of your child in future and much more! May we use photos of your child in future promotional material? promotional material? YES NO YES NO

July 8 - 11 • 9am - 12pm OR 1pm - 4pm

Draw on it, paint it, print it, make it! This camp will experiment with creating artwork on and out of paper!

MIXED MEDIA

July 15 - 18 • 9am - 12pm OR 1pm - 4pm

$50/child/camp Think outside the box as we$50/child/camp use unusual materials, tools and supplies to create art! │118 - 4th STREET │HOURS: Mon to Fri 10:00am - 6:00pm | Thurs 10:00am - 9:00pm│(P) 306 634 7644 │ (E) eagm@sasktel.net │(W) www.eagm.ca │118 - 4th STREET │HOURS: Mon to Fri 10:00am - 6:00pm | Thurs 10:00am - 9:00pm│(P) 306 634 7644 │ (E) eagm@sasktel.net │(W) www.eagm.ca

ART OUTDOORS

July 22 - 25 • 9am - 12pm OR 1pm - 4pm Use nature as your inspiration...and your canvas! This camp will involve creating artwork out of natural and recycled materials found, where else, but in the great outdoors!

SCULPTURE

July 29 - August 01• 9am - 12pm OR 1pm - 4pm Let’s get building! This camp will explore different types of sculpture using materials such as clay, wood and much more!

$50/child/camp

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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

City of Estevan Facilities Manager – Permanent Full-Time

Reporting to Leisure Services Manager, the ideal candidate would possess a positive attitude and a powerful personal work ethic. This position leads our Maintenance, Arena and Cleaning Technician teams, and provides a wonderful opportunity to support our community services and customer first approach. The job requires: • Grade 12 education • Valid Class 5 Driver’s License • Arena Operator’s Certificate – Level 1 & 2 • Pool Operators Certificate – Level 1 & 2 • 5TH Class Engineer’s Certificate • Custodial Care Certificate • Five years, including three years of supervisory experience

GUARD/MATRON

The Estevan Police Service is seeking applications for the position of Guard/Matron. Successful applicants must be honest, trustworthy and able to work independently with little supervision. The Guard/Matron will provide constant observation of persons who are being held in custody. Retired persons are also encouraged to apply. Successful applicants will be on call and will have the right to turn down shifts. Applicant must pass a Security Clearance. If you would like to apply or would like to receive further information please contact the Estevan Police Service at

301-11th CAN YOU  Estevan, FILL   TAve., HESE  BOOTS?   Saskatchewan.

S4A 1C7 Or call 306 634 4767. You can also email schartrand@estevanpolice.ca

For a complete job description, visit www.estevan.ca and search under Employment.

Del Block – Chief of Police Estevan Police Service

Construction BULLETIN

CAN YOU  FILL  THESE  BOOTS?   CAN  YOU  FILL  THESE  BOOTS?  

Asphalt Overlay

The City of Estevan is undertaking asphalt overlay construction at:

It takes a special person to fill the boots of an Estevan Firefighter.

Duncan Road – Perry Crescent to McDonald Road

The purpose of this work is to provide a smooth finished driving surface which will improve drainage. This work would require closure of immediate areas of excavation and may necessitate parking restriction in adjacent areas. This work will commence during the week of June 5, 2013 and will take approximately Half a Week to complete (subject to weather). Souris Valley Paving will perform this work within the current Bylaw regulations.

     

It takes someone with the desire to do something important for the community, someone with courage and dedication who isn’t afraid of hard work, and is  willing to accept the challenge of a difficult   job.   If you are this kind of person, you are needed as a paid on-call firefighter.    

Theft or Vandalism If you see any act of vandalism, theft or anyone suspiciously tampering with equipment, signage or barricades please contact 421-1952, the Site Foreman or after hours call Police.

Questions and Concerns The City of Estevan, Engineering Services apologizes for any inconveniences that this work may cause and thank you in advance for your cooperation and patience. If you have any question or concerns, please call at 634-1818 or approach the supervisor or foreman on site.

Public Notice

Land�ill Service Automobiles and trucks solid wastes up to 1000 kg Weigh Only Fee White Metal Goods

Compostable Yard Wastes ( grass clippings, leaves, plants)

Fee $5.00 per entry $10.00 per entry $10.00 per appliance No Charge

We may be able to fit you with a pair of boots. Contact Estevan Fire Rescue Services:

phone 306-634-1850 or visit the Fire Station at 1101 3rd Street

 

If you have any questions or would like a complete copy of the bylaw please contact Judy Pilloud, City Clerk, at 306-634-1852 or the Estevan Land�ill at 306634-4750.

Safety Construction site could be dangerous. If you have children, please ask them to keep a safe distance from the site. We will take every precaution to ensure public safety, but we need your assistance to constrain the natural curiosity of younger children. Please DO NOT attempt to go close to areas of open excavation.

City of Estevan Rates Bylaw 2013-1914 was approved and will result in solid waste utility rates changing. Some common rates are listed below.

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NOTICE PROPOSED HOUSE RELOCATION Public Notice is hereby given that the City of Estevan has received applications for relocation of six new preassembled “ready-to-move” single-detached residential dwellings to the following properties: Legal Descriptions: Lots 6-11, Block 170, Plan 102100431 Civic Addresses: 2111-2121 Larter Road

The above noted properties are zoned Residential Low Density Single-detached Zone in which ‘Singledetached dwelling units’ are permitted uses of the zone subject to compliance with the City’s Pre-assembled Dwelling Relocation Policy. Any concerns or enquiries may be forwarded to Land Development Services at City Hall, 1102 Fourth Street, Estevan SK, S4A 0W7, 306-634-1862, or email: ebjorge@estevan.ca, on or before the 21st day of June 2013.

Street Sweeping Schedule

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Estevan Mercury

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Jamie Dyer REALTOR® 306-421-3902

Melanie Peters REALTOR® 306-421-6279

Lisa Monteyne REALTOR® 306-421-7445

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Mike DeBruyne REALTOR® 306-421-3348

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Charlotte Roettger REALTOR® 306-722-7411

Vijay Chandora REALTOR® 306-461-6363

Josh LeBlanc REALTOR® 306-421-6778 (part time)

Ken Rowan REALTOR® 306-461-9282 (part time)

“Information is deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed. Subject to omissions, prior sale, change or withdrawl without notice. Not intended to solicit properties already listed for sale.”


WEDNESDAY

SOUNDING OFF

See us for bicycle sales & repairs and your baseball, lacrosse and soccer equipment.

June 19, 2013

“I was just praying for no more cautions, because Allen was so close to me after that last restart and I did not want to have to do that again.” — Aaron Turnbull on holding off Allen Kent down the stretch to win the McComb Automotive Fast 40 on Saturday.

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“It looked like it finally came together. The defence did well and saved us a few times. The offence kicked into gear and finally started showing signs of what we can do.” — Layne Wolos of the Estevan Tower Wolves on the team’s 12-10 win over Oxbow on Sunday, their first of the season.

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Jamell Wold (21) smokes past Travis Hagen and Pete Bradley on a curve during a modified heat at Estevan Motor Speedway on Saturday. (Photo by Josh Lewis)

Turnbull wins second straight Fast 40 NSTR trucks highlight Speedway doubleheader It was a busy, jam-packed weekend at Estevan Motor Speedway and at the very end, Aaron Turnbull hung on for his second consecutive McComb Automotive Fast 40 victory. Turnbull took home the $3,000 prize from the 40-lap feature by overtaking brother Tyson midway through the modified feature and holding off Allen Kent and father Ed at the finish. “(Tyson) was probably a little bit faster than me, but I was just waiting for the track to go away a little bit and then maybe I could’ve found a better line and gotten around him. No telling what would’ve happened if he would’ve finished, but stuff happens sometimes. I’m glad I could hold Allen off, he was coming hard there at the end. He was fast too, so it feels good to win it again,” said Turnbull. “I was just praying for no more cautions, because Allen was so close to me after that last restart and I did not want to have to do that again.” Ed Turnbull finished second, followed by Riley Emmel, Kent and Travis Hagen. The Turnbull family started the race 1-2-3 and all three stayed at the top for awhile. Tyson had to withdraw late in the race. Hank Berry was also challenging near the front before being sent to the back on a yellow flag with 14 laps left. “I was kinda just biding my time most of the race, trying to save my tires, because 40 laps is a really long race and you don’t want to burn up your tires halfway through

the race and then have everybody go driving by you,” said Turnbull. “I was kinda taking it easy, but I was trying not to let (Tyson) get away from me in case it went caution-free.” Kent, who won the stock car feature moments before beginning the Fast 40, said he didn’t have enough juice at the end to pass Turnbull. “I thought I had a shot there for a little bit, but then my car went away with about six or eight (laps) to go and I couldn’t go anywhere, burned the tires off or something. I just didn’t have enough at the end,” Kent said. Kent led the stock feature earlier virtually start to finish to earn his first win of the year at Estevan. The race was stopped for some time when a four-car collision took place five laps in. “I found a good line up on the outside there. It was real fast and I felt comfortable, so I stuck with it. I didn’t see anybody else getting down underneath me, so I just stayed with it,” Kent said. The Beeter brothers continued to hold a monopoly over the hobby stock class, with Brandon earning his third Estevan win this year. His brother Brock won the other two features here so far, including the one during Friday night’s program. The brothers worked their way toward the front and were sitting 1-2 on a restart with six laps left. Dana Brandt finished second and Brock was third. “I knew at the beginning that it was going to be a lot of traffic, so I knew to work the bottom. I wanted to work

the bottom until I got far enough forward, then I wanted to try the high side,” said Beeter. “When I got up, Brad King elected the bottom on that restart and gave me the high side and I just held ‘er wide open and buried it in there. I didn’t know if it was going to stick or not. It was either wreckers or checkers on that one.” Beeter said he enjoys battling his brother on the track. “We choose to race hobby stocks because we can race it together. We want to race together because we have fun. We respect each other, we work on each other’s cars and we have a blast.” Both nights of the doubleheader featured an appearance by the Northern Super Truck Racing circuit from Winnipeg. On Saturday, George Bulcan won the feature after battling with Jamie Vernaus throughout the race. Vernaus won Friday’s feature, with Bulcan taking second. Another 40-lap modified feature took place Friday, with Berry winning that one. The veteran driver from Sidney, Mont., defeated Ed Turnbull to take the checkered flag and $3,000 prize. Joren Boyce was third, followed by Steven Pfeifer and Tyson Turnbull. Joe Flory took first place in the $2,000-to-win stock car feature. The Speedway’s next race program is June 28, the first night of the Can-Am Shootout involving the Estevan and Williston tracks.

South wins PGLL All-Star Game in Estevan From the host city to the seven local players on the floor, the Prairie Gold Lacrosse League All-Star Game had a distinct Estevan flavour on Saturday. Team South defeated Team North 17-15 in the showcase of the league’s top players, held at Spectra Place. Although there were plenty of Estevan Big Dogs playing, the Regina Rifles also left their stamp on the festivities, with the trio of Tristan Frei, Taylor Frei and Logan MacMurtry combining for 10 of the South’s 17 goals. Tristan Frei led the group with five goals and two assists. The South team also included players from the Regina Riot and Moose Jaw Mustangs, while the North was comprised of players from the Saskatoon Smash, Saskatoon Steelers, Prince Albert Predators and Yorkton Bulldogs. The Big Dogs were represented by goalie Ryan Kenzie, Rhett Handley, Ty Currie, Mark Moriarty and Tanner Froese. Dylan Smith was selected for the game but couldn’t play due to work commitments. Big Dogs players Ryan Frehlick and Tison Schoenthal suited up for the North to fill in for missing Prince Albert players. “It was nice to see so many players out from all over the province. We had a lot of

Team South’s Ty Currie (8) looks for an open teammate while being defended by Team North opponents Tison Schoenthal (75) and Ryan Frehlick, who are actually his teammates with the Estevan Big Dogs. South won Saturday’s All-Star Game 17-15. kids here from Estevan and Moose Jaw sent about six guys down. It was really great to see that many teams and that many players from our league participating,” said Big Dogs head coach Evan Handley.

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For the Big Dogs, Handley had two goals and two assists, Currie had a goal and four assists, Moriarty had two goals and Froese contributed one assist. Schoenthal had two goals and two assists for the North

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Big Dogs beat Riot a second time Smith, Handley run rampant in Estevan’s second win of season After a sluggish start to the regular season, the Estevan Tarpon Energy Big Dogs have won two of their last three games. The Big Dogs (2-6) won their second straight meeting against the Regina Riot 21-10 on Saturday at Spectra Place, wrapping up a long day of local lacrosse action that included the Prairie Gold Lacrosse League All-Star Game. The prolific pair of Dylan Smith and Rhett Handley dominated the game, with Smith piling up nine goals and four assists, and Handley adding four goals and 12 assists, for a combined 29 points. Cole MacCuish (3-1), Tanner Froese (2-1), Ryan Frehlick (1-4), Michael Bittman and Tison Schoenthal rounded out the scoring for Estevan. Ty Currie added three assists. Tanner Poole starred for the Riot (2-3-1), with five goals and two assists. Brandon Dumaine (1-4), Alex Kratz (1-4), Owen Thompson (1-2), Sheldon Maher (1-1) and Cole Phillips also scored. “Pretty much right off the bat I said we had to make sure we looked after our own zone first and if we did that, the goals would come. It seemed to pay off. We played a lot better defensively, stopped them from getting a lot of shots and it worked out well for us,” said Big Dogs head coach Evan Handley. The Big Dogs led 6-2 after the first period and 14-7

Rhett Handley (94) and Isaac Elder (37) of the Estevan Big Dogs watch a loose ball during a 21-10 win over the Regina Riot on Saturday. after the second. “I think we match up well against them. They don’t have a big team and they’re not as strong or fast as some of the other teams.”

Several players on both teams were playing in their second game of the day after suiting up in the All-Star Game, but Handley said it didn’t affect the outcome because both teams had roughly the same number of All-Stars. Handley said one reason for the team’s recent upswing is that players are now assigned to either offence or defence like the other PGLL teams. In the past, the Big Dogs didn’t have enough players to do that effectively. “We’ve played a lot better defensively. Maybe it took that amount of time for our offence and defence to kick in. Having guys adjust to play (only) defence allows them to concentrate on that area more. This year we have the guys to do it.” The Big Dogs have two regular season games left, one at home against the Moose Jaw Mustangs on Saturday (6 p.m.) and another home game against the Yorkton Bulldogs on either June 28 or June 30 (date to be determined). “Against Moose Jaw, we have to come out and play good defence the entire game. If we don’t do that, it’s not going to go well. Against Yorkton, that’s a game that we just have to come out and right off the bat, take it to them offensively and defensively and hit them hard, because they’re a team that takes some penalties. The Big Dogs have a shot at hosting a playoff game if they win both contests.

Haulers dominate Melville on home turf It was an awfully long time before they were able to play at home, and the Estevan Haulers took advantage of it on Saturday with two lopsided victories. The Haulers (9-1) continued their strong start with 11-2 and 10-1 wins over Melville at Cactus Park. “The defence was really good again. We didn’t

have a lot of strikeouts so they did put the ball in play on us. Defensively, we played really well and hit the ball really well. It seemed like once we got through the first round of at-bats and came back through the order again, we started hitting the ball really well in both games,” said Haulers head coach Kent Phillips. In the first game, the

Kyler Phillips throws a pitch during the Estevan Haulers’ 11-2 win over Melville on Saturday.

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Haulers accounted for the bulk of their offence in a seven-run third inning. Estevan was one batter short of batting around in an inning fuelled by four hits, including a double by Brady Third, along with a walk, an error and a fielder’s choice. The Haulers scored another run in the fifth inning and three more in the sixth. Nate Smart hit 2-for-3 with a single and a double. Kyler Phillips started the game and threw three innings before giving way to Josh Brown (two and a third) and Third (one and two-thirds). “We used quite a few pitchers because the guys hadn’t pitched for a while (due to postponed games),” said Phillips, who was also saving some pitching for a Sunday doubleheader against the Regina White Sox that was rained out. The Haulers wasted no time in the second game, scoring five runs in the first inning. They add-

ed two more in the fourth and three in the sixth on a three-run homer by Smart. Starter Kyle Sargent went four innings. Dalton Loustel (one and twothirds) and Carson Perkins (one and a third) came on later in relief.

“It was kinda nice finally getting to play at home and not having to travel for all of our games all the time,” said Phillips. “It worked out good with the blast ball and junior and senior mites tournament going on down there.

A lot of us were helping out with that anyway, so it’s nice to be able to be at the ball park (all day).” The Haulers were scheduled to host Weyburn last night. They will play a doubleheader in Moose Jaw on Sunday.

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The Workout Warriors team made a $2,000 donation to the Estevan Relay for Life recently. The money was paid to them by the Estevan Bruins Alumni for work the Warriors did at the alumni’s annual golf tournament in May. Back row, from left: alumni members Brad Pierson, Blaine Chrest and Bruce Firth. Front row: Warriors members Genevieve Fichter, Eleanor Mack, Linda Hanson, Marge Heidinger and Marilyn Wock.

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Hitting costs Twins two tight games

Both games were there for the taking, but the Southeast Legacy Twins just couldn’t get anything going at the plate on Sunday. The Twins fell 4-1 and 2-0 to the league-leading Regina Wolfpack in a doubleheader at Lynn Prime Park. The Twins fell to 3-8 on the Saskatchewan Premier Baseball League season, while the Wolfpack improved to 13-2. “I think the biggest part about it is we’ve had two and a half, almost three weeks off. We’ve thrown lots of batting practice, but it was the first time in a couple of weeks that we’ve seen live pitching and I think the boys struggled a little bit,” said Twins head coach Dave Odgers. “We hit a lot of hard balls, but they were right at them. We needed a break or two to break out and it just didn’t happen.” In the first game, the Twins’ lone run came in the first inning when Tanner Odgers, Austin Orsted and Carver Krafchuk each singled to lead off the game, and Odgers came in to score on a groundout by Brandon Hutt. The Wolfpack scored two runs in the first, and one more in the fourth and seventh innings. Orsted allowed three runs on five hits, two strikeouts and three walks in five innings of work for the Twins. Garrett Fitzpatrick threw the last two innings in relief, allowing a run on three hits, one strikeout and one walk.

“We had great pitching. We’re getting good efforts out of our pitchers,” said Odgers. Wolfpack starter Tanner Ring had a strong outing, allowing one run on four hits, two strikeouts and three walks in six innings. In the second game, Regina scored a run in the third on a wild pitch, and one in the fifth on a single by Carson Bogdan. Wolfpack starter Carter Folk, who is also an Estevan Bruins prospect, held the Twins to four hits in six and twothirds of shutout ball, mowing down eight batters and issuing one walk in the process. John Gaab lasted four and a third for the Twins, allowing two unearned runs on six hits, four strikeouts and a walk. Jimmy Giroux threw two and two-thirds of no-hit ball in a stellar relief appearance. Jolan Lingelbach led the Twins at the plate, hitting 2-for-3. “We’re really happy to see the boys and the way they’re playing defence. They’re ready for the games and they’re making some nice plays. As soon as we get the bats hot, I think we’re going to win some games here,” said Odgers. “I think we are a little bit disappointed with the way our offence is coming, but defensively we’ve made some big strides. We’re getting the outs and we’re getting strong pitch-

ing. Once the bats come alive I think we’re going to do well.” The Twins were slated to host the Regina Athletics last night and hit the road for two doubleheaders this weekend. They will visit the Saskatoon Diamondbacks on Saturday and the Saskatoon Cubs on Sunday.

Southeast Twins hitter Garrett Fitzpatrick fouls off a pitch during the team’s 2-0 loss to the Regina Wolfpack on Sunday.

Synchro team announced Tower Wolves get Eight members of the Estevan Mermaids and two members of the Weyburn Synchro Stars will represent the Southeast Connection district in the 2014 Saskatchewan Winter Games in February in Prince Albert. The Mermaids will be represented by Kelsey Potoma, Eden Palmer, Taylor Kuntz, Tracy Irwin, Brooke Kruger, Alyssa Wieting, Danika Poirier and Hannah Whitman. They will be joined by Savannah Pohl and Jillian Harder from the Weyburn club. The athletes took part in a seasonlong trial process, using results from four provincial meets during this season. The steep competition for this team brought out the best in all of the athletes, as they were driven to obtain the spot on the team. The coaching staff for the district team has also been announced. Tess Rensby will coach the team and Mermaids head coach Brenda Lyons will be the team manager. Rensby spent nine years with the Mermaids and was a Saskatchewan High Performance athlete for four years before being sidelined with a knee injury.

“We have a group of dedicated and motivated young ladies that will be representing our district. The team is made of eight athletes from Estevan and two athletes from Weyburn. Joining two clubs together for a district team is very exciting for all of us. The girls are looking forward to getting to know some new teammates. Weyburn has a strong program and we are looking forward to working alongside their club this year,” said Lyons, who has been coaching for six years. Synchronized swimming will be part of the Winter Games for the first time after moving from the Summer Games. It will also be the first year that synchro will have representation from eight of the nine provincial districts. “We are ready to face the best athletes from across the province at the games. This team is packed with talent and determination.  I know that they will represent our district very well,” Lyons said. The team will have a two-week break and then start land training in July. They are scheduled to be back in the water training at the end of August.

first win over Oxbow The Estevan Tower Wolves needed a gargantuan effort in the sixth inning to grind out their first victory of the season on Sunday. T h e Wo l v e s ( 1 - 3 ) scored nine runs in the sixth inning to rally and beat the Oxbow Chiefs 12-10 in Oxbow. The game was made up from a June 9 rainout. “The guys were starting to get a little bit frustrated (with the slow start) and to come back the way we did, it really showed.

Oxbow is a good challenge for us, but we found a way to come back and get that win,” said Wolves pitcher Layne Wolos. Derek Wilhelm threw a complete game for Estevan and Marcus Friess led the club at the plate with three runs batted in. “Dylan Smith made a game-saving diving catch in the fifth that saved probably three runs from scoring. Everybody was in on the bats. It was really good. The team was really pumped to get our first win,” said Wolos.

“It looked like it finally came together. The defence did well and saved us a few times. The offence kicked into gear and finally started showing signs of what we can do.” Sunday’s win was a stark reversal from Thursday’s road game, where the Wolves lost 12-3 to the Carnduff Astros. The team will stay on the road this week. They were set to visit the Kenosee Cubs last night and will travel to Arcola to face the Threshers on Thursday.

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A rail dragster blows by its opponent during the Estevan Drag Racing Association race program on Sunday. The program had to be cut short due to rain.

Dueck takes second at Lobstick tournament It took 41 holes and a lot of driving, but it paid off for Brian Dueck. Dueck finished in second place at the annual men’s Lobstick Open at the Lobstick Golf Course in Waskesiu last week. Five playoff holes were required to settle a threeway tie atop the leaderboard at 144, 4-over. Dueck shot 72 on the par-70 course in both rounds on June 10-11. “It’s a golf course that doesn’t give a lot of birdies away. A lot of slopes in the greens and undulating lies throughout the whole golf

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Pick to play on Red River Cup team son both made it through the first two rounds of cuts. During the process, Paulson was moved from the offensive line to the defensive line. He was one of the final 75 players still in the running, but didn’t make the team. Pick and Paulson have both played under the EMF banner since their first year of atom in 2008. Saskatchewan is taking part in the Red River Cup for the second straight year, although last season there was only one entry, which drew from all over the province.

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greens to keep the elk off them, with all the elk urine, it kills the greens. Come springtime, they’re all pockmarked,” said Dueck. “(But) the greens were really good, really nice, thick and full. They did a great job up there,” he added, noting that course officials had to deal with three inches of rain the previous Saturday.

EMHA names AA coaches for next year’s team The Estevan Minor Hockey Association has its sights set on a female midget AA team for next season. The organization chose its AA coaches for 2013-14 last week and among the selections was a female midget AA coach, Russ Scharnatta of Midale. Tryouts were held for a potential team last fall, but there was not enough interest to put a squad together. Meanwhile, Dalton Giblett will be the bench boss for the midget AA Apex Bruins for the second straight year. The club finished sixth in the South Saskatchewan Minor Hockey League last year with a record of 17-10-7, and reached the league semifinals. Veteran minor hockey coach Tom Copeland will be at the helm of the bantam AA TS&M Bruins, who were eighth in the Saskatchewan Bantam AA Hockey League (9-15-3) and lost in the first round. Chad Himmelspeck will take over the peewee AA Sherritt Coal Bruins, who finished fifth in the South Sask. league at 7-11-2 and made it to the semis. Finally, Tim Miller will take over as head coach of the atom AA Gem Well Bruins.

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Local lacrosse gets some exposure

I hope anyone interested in learning more about the sport of lacrosse caught the Prairie Gold Lacrosse League All-Star Game on Saturday, or at least one of the many games lined up all day. The All-Star Game featured the best junior players in Saskatchewan on one floor, including several players from the Estevan Big Dogs. The Regina Rifles trio of Tristan Frei, Logan MacMurtry and Taylor Frei, who sit fourth, fifth and eighth in PGLL junior scoring, respectively, were buzzing all game. Estevan’s Rhett Handley, who currently leads the league in scoring, had a strong game himself, and one can only imagine the damage he and Dylan Smith (second in league scoring) would have inflicted if Smith had played. Aside from the obvious talent on display, it was a tight game to boot, thanks to a strong comeback attempt by the North in the third period. It’s always tough to judge the size of a smaller crowd in a big building, but it looked like a decent number of people, certainly more than the Big Dogs would have been able to accommodate in the Icon Centre.

Josh Lewis Hear Me Out Being able to host the All-Star Game is one of the many perks of the move to Spectra Place, a move that was overdue. The Big Dogs capped off the day in style in the evening, earning an emphatic 21-10 victory over the Regina Riot for their second victory of the season. The festivities also included two novice games and a tyke game earlier in the day. Lacrosse development still has a long way to go in Estevan, but Saturday was a big step in the right direction in getting more exposure and, hopefully,

more people involved. *** Once you saw the lineup at the start, it was a good bet that one of the Turnbulls was going to take home the McComb Automotive Fast 40 on Saturday at Estevan Motor Speedway. Ed, Tyson and Aaron started 1-2-3 and they stayed at or near the front for most of the feature. Tyson took a huge lead early, but after back-to-back yellow flags, he had to battle Aaron for the lead. Tyson ran into trouble late in the race and didn’t finish, leaving Aaron to hold off Allen Kent for the win. Kent was pulling double duty on Saturday, having just won the stock feature. The Speedway did a great job to pull off a big doubleheader despite less than ideal weather. Contact Josh Lewis at 306-634-2654 or sports@estevanmercury.ca. Salary cap comes before stupidity in the dictionary, but apparently not in Paul Holmgren’s world.

Riders impressive in pre-season opener That was fun! The Saskatchewan Roughriders opened the 2013 CFL preseason with a 31-24 come-from-behind victory over the Eskimos in Edmonton Friday night. As exhibition games go, it really was a cliff-hanger complete with enough plays to fill a highlight reel. Well, maybe a short one, but it was better than what we expected at this time of year. From a Rider perspective, the Green and White started strong with secondstring quarterback Drew Willy calling signals and the team scored on its opening drive, a 40-yard Chris Milo field goal. They carried a 10-7 lead into the second quarter, but things bogged down a little when Darian Durant took over and the

offence seemed a tad out of sync. A turnover and a defensive breakdown on a 77-yard Eskimo touchdown led to the Riders being on the wrong end of a 14-11 halftime score. Back-ups for both teams took over in the second half and it was a see-saw battle over the final 30 minutes. However Roughrider youngsters came through in the clutch, as rookie quarterback Tino Sunseri led the team on a game-tying touchdown drive with 53 seconds to go, and safety Graig Newman provided the winning points on a 77-yard interception return touchdown with 24 seconds remaining. It was a satisfying effort for second-year Roughrider head coach Corey Chamblin. “Our purpose was to come here and win,” Cham-

Rod Pedersen Rider Insider blin said after the game. “It means something. Preseason, regular season or postseason, we need to win football games.” Saskatchewan’s defence was relentless in this one, sacking Edmonton quarterbacks five times (including three in the first quarter) and picking off a total of four passes. Chamblin said the team is faced with some tough decisions regarding who to keep and who to cut, although a Rider assistant

coach quipped, “a lot of the decisions made themselves tonight.” It was a typical showing by the new George Cortez offence, as Rider quarterbacks completed 76 per cent of their passes and connected on timely strikes downfield. That’s the way it’s set up to work. The Riders left a handful of their big stars at home for this game, including Weston Dressler, Geroy Simon, Rey Williams, Keith Shologan,

Ricky Foley and Dominic Picard. Some were due to injury while others simply don’t have to worry about their spot in the lineup. With this veteran, starladen roster excited about getting the 2013 season going, management is indeed faced with some very tough decisions regarding the salary cap. With the late addition of defensive end John Chick, reportedly at a price tag of $120,000 per season, the club is certainly looking at a salary cap violation as it stands today. However, they’ve still got some time to piece it all together, knowing full well they have some tough moves ahead. “We do,” Rider GM Brendan Taman agreed. “And

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Hailee Persson (MVP). Junior boys volleyball: Cole Piche (improved), Josh Giblett (sportsmanlike), Luuk Bastiaansen (dedicated). Freshman boys basketball: Luuk Bastiaansen (improved), Cam Lavoie (MVP), Levi Pick (dedicated). Junior boys basketball: King Lontoc (improved), Mitchel Clark (MVP), Regan Wallewein (dedicated). Junior girls volleyball: Alyssa Cunningham (improved), Brooke Stepp (sportsmanlike), Abbie Reich (dedicated).

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Theatrical duo making the rounds of local schools The Souris Valley Theatre is certainly reaching out into ages of eight and 12. “It’s a variety show, so that’s what we want,” said the community this spring and summer, stretching out from Camp No. 3 begins July 22 and concludes July 26, and Dechief. the wings, so to speak to provide more exposure to what that is a musical theatre week for young people between The two young women have been hired by the board they can offer now that the theatre has recovered from the the ages of 12 and 16. of directors of the Souris Valley Theatre and besides being devastation wreaked by the floods of 2011. “These are one-week camps and all participants will engaged in the school workshops that come to a conclusion The flood wiped out the theatre season literally and have a play to be developed while they’re at the camp and this week with the impending closure of the school year, figuratively in 2011 and 2012, with 2011 becoming the each will end with a Friday afternoon performance for they are part of the camp program as well as being involved recovery season while 2012 served as the rebuilding year family and friends,” said Fornwald. in the Souris Valley Theatre’s three summer productions for the actual theatre facility in the valley itself and its A fourth camp will begin Aug. 12 and will continue that began last Thursday evening. support structures. “We’re doing backstage work, all This year, two aspiring teachers/ackinds of jobs … learning about lighttors have been making their way through a ing, Taylor will be on the lights for the number of schools in southeast SaskatchPatsy Cline show,” said Dechief. “We’re ewan delivering two to four-day theatrical painting, working concessions, finding workshops, engaging the students in fine arts volunteers, running errands … whatever options while spreading the word about the needs to be done, we’ll be doing it,” upcoming theatrical workshops during the Dechief added with a smile. summer vacation period. The school workshops have been an “We’re getting the word out about the added bonus for the two since they learn camps as well as the Souris Valley Theatre more about themselves as well as their and its productions,” said Adrienne Dechief, young charges. one of the two workshop presenters. The other “We’ve been teaching kids of member of the acting and teaching duo is all ages … kindergarten to Grade 11. Taylor Fornwald, who will be heading back We’ve been to Weldon School (Biento the University of Lethbridge this fall to fait), Pleasantdale, Westview, Hillcrest, work toward a degree in theatre education, a Spruce Ridge, Lampman, Arcola and five-year program. Carlyle for both elementary and high Dechief, a student at the University of school there. We’re picking up skills in Regina, just completed her third year in music classroom management and strategies education/elementary arts, a four-year course. while having the students focus on four Both young women expect to pursue a major things, and those are movement, career in education so they see their schoolcharacter development, play structure based workshops as an excellent opportunity and voice,” said Fornwald. to not only provide skills to young charges, “We’re teaching them what makes but to also learn more about themselves and Taylor Fornwald (left) and Adrienne Dechief lead a group of senior Spruce Ridge a play work,” she added. students through an active drama workout. their future teaching careers. “It’s about the three C’s: collabora“We’re finding out what age groups we tion, communication and creativity,” prefer to work with, learning class management skills … through to Aug. 16, and it will be open to young people Dechief said. things like that,” said Dechief. between the ages of 10 and 16. This camp will have a “It’s a great summer job. It helps bring out the kid in The two will be fully involved in the summer theatrical twist to it though, since various skills will be tested and us,” said Fornwald. camps beginning on July 8 at the theatre. The first camp explored with the Friday performance being a vaudeville “We’ve run into different kids with different ideas aimed at youngsters ages five to seven will go through to show. It will embrace anyone in the community who cares from one school to the next,” said Dechief. That has made July 12. to come forward and show off their skills in whatever it a very interesting time for them. The second camp begins July 15 and continues through discipline they choose whether it be dance, illusion tricks, For budding thespians and educators, there couldn’t to July 19 and that will be for young people between the gymnastics and so on. be a better summer gig.

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Midale Community happenings Catrina Moldenhauer Correspondent Graduation was held on Friday, June 14. Graduating from Midale Central School were: Dylan Anderson, Dilan Bachorcik, Jayda Bieber, Moraea Bieber, Dalton Cochrane, Courtney Eide, Levi Eiteneier, Jordyn Hayward, Danae Littlejohn, Mackenzie Rinas, Logan Schindel, Cole Sjostrand, Kelly Tomiski and Michaella Trombley. On Sunday, June 9, Midale lost another beloved citizen and wonderful volunteer. Vinold Carlson passed away in Estevan at the age of 85. He is most remembered for his volunteer work at the door for the Midale Mustang hockey games and doing the bookings for the Midale 39er’s. His funeral service will be held at Fletcher Funeral Chapel on July 6 at 10 a.m. Burial will follow at Midale and a lunch will be held at the rink following that. Everyone is welcome to attend and celebrate Vinold’s life. Midale Housing Authority held a supper at Midway Restaurant on Thursday, June 6 to recognize board member’s Betty Kramer for her 10 years of service and the late Ferdy Kuhn was recognized for his many years on the board as well. His wife Karen accepted on his behalf. The Midale Lions Club is excited to announce they have all the funding required to buy the equipment for the new playground at Manley Park. They have a tentative date of July 8 for the arrival of the equipment. They are looking for volunteers to help them get it all together. If you are available to help, please give Wayne Gust a call and he will keep you informed on the arrival of the equipment. The Lions’ raised the money through their Bingos, steak supper, a few other fundraisers and a very generous private donation. Monday, June 10, saw the Midale Central School SADD Chapter host a mock crash. RCMP Officer Sylvestre came out and talked to the students and the Midale First Responders demonstrated how they would respond to an accident caused by an impaired driver. Tuesday, June 18, saw a small graduation ceremony for the nine kindergarten children that are moving

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on to Grade one next year. Awards Day was held on Wednesday, June 19 at the school. In the final school newsletter of the year, the following parents were recognized for volunteering their time to help out at the school; Wendy Prawdzik (Hot Lunches), Julie Van Alstyne (hot lunches), Marla Brasseur (hot lunches), Melinda Erickson (hot lunches, making elementary A-Z booklets and fluoride rinse program), Barb Duncan (fluoride rinse program) and Catrina Moldenhauer (making elementary A-Z booklets and fluoride rinse program). The school appreciates all of their hard work. MCS farewells are going out to Mrs. Jo-Anne Lee who is retiring this year, Mr. Jared Wagner, Miss Erika Helfrick, Ms. Rebecca Balkwill and Mrs. Tiffany Wilson. MCS will be welcoming Mr. Kris Fortner as their new senior science teacher and Ms. Kendra Wentzell as the new kindergarten teacher in the fall. Elementary report cards will be issued on Wednesday, June 26, which is the last day of school for students. Grades 7 – 11 report cards will be issued on Friday, June 28. Leola Meyers would like everyone to know that she is still adjusting to the move to Weyburn but that she really was overwhelmed with all the well wishes everyone had for her before she moved. She couldn’t believe how many people came to the come-and-go tea hosted at the 39er’s. In 2013, 4-H Canada celebrates their 100th year anniversary and our very own Cymri 4-H club will celebrate its 60th year anniversary. The club would like to acknowledge this milestone by inviting all of their past and present members and their families to come celebrate this event. Cymri covers Midale, Macoun and Halbrite areas. This event covers all categories that the Cymri club has ever been involved with in the past. They consisted of the beef, horse, cooking, sewing and woodworking 4-H events. The event will take place at Ron & Lana Emde’s farm starting on Friday, June 28 with a BBQ supper and program. The event will continue into Saturday, June 29, with a pancake breakfast and end with the club’s achievement day. Pre-

registration is required, so if you have not received your letter in the mail, please contact Kara Martinson or Tracy Martin. Cymri 4H club is holding a raffle and will be making the draw the night of their alumni event on June 29. The prizes up for grabs are: A golf membership for this year or next year donated by Mainprize Park, a Bernie Brown print and a family fun night package. Tickets are only $2 each or 3 for $5 and are available from any 4H member here. The Midale Oilmen’s Association paid for all students and staff at Midale Central School to have pizza on Tuesday, June 11. The Grades 5 and 6 class had a very successful and fun field trip to the Shand Greenhouse and the Shand Power Station on the 7th of June. Lunch was provided by the Shand Greenhouse Staff. Mainprize Market Place will again be running once a month down at Mainprize Park in the Pederson Building. Dates this year are June 15, July 13 and August 17. For tables contact Julie Van Alstyne at home or email mainprizemarketplace@yahoo.ca. The Midale Oilmen’s Association will host their 20th Annual Golf Tournament on Friday, June 19, at Mainprize Regional Golf Course. There will be a shotgun start at 10 am. Cost to enter is $125 per person. Teams are twosomes, but you will be paired up with another two to play in foursomes. Carts and supper are included in the registration fee. Please call Catrina or Darren Moldenhauer to register a team. The Midale Pool Committee would like a few more members to help them decide on the new pool design. If you are interested and would like to help out, please call Chris Dewtie or leave your name and number at the Town Office. The Midale Pool will be opening again this summer and they will be offering one week of swimming lessons in July. The lessons will run the week of July 8 – 13. Registration is through the Town Office and forms should be ready shortly. Until next week Midale and area, have a great week!

North Portal Community Notes Betty Baniulis North Portal Correspondent Bridge was held at the home of Jon Dunbar on June 10 with two tables. High honours Velma Smith second High Irish Barber. Visiting with Scott and Donna MacDonald on June 9 and Marion Milne at the Nursing Home in Estevan

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Trinity Tower community happenings Peggy Bolton Correspondent

Mission month activities continue at Trinity Tower. This month we are asked to do random acts of kindness, donate to the Food Bank, celebrate and have fun. The Drive for the Food Bank has really taken off with a number of boxes filled with food and the month is only half over. Trinity Tower won the Food Bank Drive held by the Luther Care Communities. We won a can of Tim Hortons coffee and Timbits, which we enjoyed at coffee time on June 12.

On June 10 we were very pleased to have the Estevan Comprehensive School choir come to sing for us. Thanks guys. You were very good and enjoyable. We look forward to you coming again. In the afternoon, cake was shared to celebrate John Fowler’s 92nd birthday. On June 12 we shifted into party mode to celebrate Susanne Wedenmaier’s 99th birthday. Her nephews Gerry and David Wedenmaier along with Keno Frietag entertained us with toe tapping music. The lounge was full with residents and guests. We wished the music could have gone on

all night. The evening ended with birthday cake and ice cream. We all love our Susie who is so humble and gracious. We look forward to celebrating her 100th birthday. June 11 was the patio party hosted by Floor 2. On June 14 our eat-a-thon continued as we celebrated Angie Dillman’s 19-plus birthday. On June 17 our wonderful manager prepared breakfast to celebrate Father’s Day. Happy Birthday to Debbie Storey on June 20 and Violet Brown on June 21. May you young ladies have a wonderful

birthday. The Wall of Kindness is filling up with notes of appreciation. We all enjoy living here as everyone is so kind, friendly and helpful. We so appreciate our manager Dianne and, in her absence, Donna. They go above and beyond to make us all feel comfortable. The staff had a well deserved lunch of appreciation on June 12. We hope all the fathers had a great Father’s Day. Enjoy our longer days as it’s sad to say they will start getting shorter soon. Until next time, God bless and keep smiling.

60 and over club notes Shirley Graham Correspondent Overheard in the coffee shop: “I left three notes for my girlfriend scattered around the house. One said ‘will,’ one said ‘you’ and one said ‘me.’ That kept her busy while I watched the hockey game. Our jam session last Sunday was another very successful event. We really are having a good time with these, and remember, they always take place on the second Sunday of the month. Now for the important part of my job! Here are the winners from Wednewsday’s bridge game. Taking first was Bernie Collins, second went to Margaret Sawyer

and third was taken by Clara Weinrauch. The winners from the cribbage game on Thursday were Art and Angie Friesen, Colin Renwick and Lyle Dukart were second and third went to Betty and Russel Daniels. I found yet another “gem” for dad. Hope you enjoy this one! Fred came home from his usual Saturday golf game. He told his wife, “what a terrible day we had. Harry dropped dead right there on the golf course.” “Oh that’s awful,” said his wife. “You’re not kidding. For the whole back nine it was hit the ball, drag Harry, hit the ball, drag Harry!” Have a good week.

Outram - Torquay notes Betty Ribling Correspondent I apologize for missing the news column the last two weeks. My brother Jack passed away and I was in Maple Creek to attend the funeral and to be with the family. Congratulations to Rebecca Duncan who sang at the Relay for Life activities

on Saturday, June 8, 2013. Many Torquay-Outram and community citizens attended the Relay for Life activities on Saturday, June 8. We are all proud to be part of this worthwhile event. Congratulations to Josephine Cossette who celebrated her 90th birthday. We hope you celebrate many more.

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Mrs. Edith Munshaw passed away at the age of 103. We had several visits at the farm when Mr. Munshaw would tune my piano. Edith was a sister to Wilma Tedford of Estevan and also a sister to the late Ina Irwin. Funeral service was June 10, at the Estevan Alliance church. The Rev. Robert Munshaw officiated.

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Border collie Pepper was unfazed in her pursuit of a flying Frisbee on Saturday morning, even as it flew into a significant mud puddle. Pepper, a mainstay at the Prairie Animal Health Centre operated by veterinarians Jeremy and Carol Ross was marking its 10th year of operation with a day-long event that included tours, free food and activities for kids and animals.

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Sask. German Council delegates to gather in Estevan The Estevan German Club will be playing host to a weekend conference that will include delegates from other German language-based organizations from around the province. The Treffpunkt Weekend will see about 50 delegates descend on the Nicholson Centre for Saturday and Sunday sessions that will include an awards ceremony and German Rouladen dinner on the Saturday night. The Saturday afternoon schedule includes tours or workshops with a tour of the mines or a visit to the Shand Greenhouse and then on to the NWMP Museum at the Estevan Art Gallery and Museum.

The workshop will focus on the construction of concrete stepping stones. In the evening, a special volunteer award will be presented to a worthy recipient or recipients along with entertainment and the dinner. Estevan author Marie Calder, who has written a series of books that focuses on a special German/Canadian friendship that developed within her family immediately following the Second World War, will be the keynote speaker. A dance will follow. On Sunday morning the delegates, who represent

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SRA ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Thursday, June 20, 2013 SGEU Auditorium 1440 Broadway Avenue Regina, Sask. Registration: 10:30 a.m. Meeting: 11 a.m. Issues: Amendments to SRA Bylaws

FOR MORE INFO CALL 1.800.249.3969

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Psychics TRUE PSYCHICS For Answers CALL NOW 24/7 Toll FREE! 1-877-342-3032 Mobile: #4486 www.truepsychics.ca In Loving Memory of Victor Kolenz 1930 - 2009 Four years have passed. You left us on Father’s Day. But you are in our hearts . -Always loved Leona and Family

Includes an Overnight stay, Gourmet Three Course Dinner for Two And full access to the Soothing Mineral Waters

Bridal shower for Breanna Kinna, bride to be of Mike Thievin,will be held on Sunday, June 23 at 2 p.m. at the Super 8 in Estevan. Everyone welcome! Please join Alice and Gordon Savill as they celebrate their 60th Wedding Anniversary. Sunday June 29th,2013 1:30 to 4:00 pm at the Carlyle United Church. Let your presence be your gift.

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NEW & PREOWNED Modular homes for immediate deliver y! Take advantage of our Moduline Showhome sell off and receive a $1500 gift card. Offer extended until June 30! www.craigshomesales.com or call 1-855-380-2266 RETIRE IN Beautiful Southern BC, Brand New Park. Affordable Housing. COPPER RIDGE. Manufactured Home Par k, New Home Sales. Keremeos, BC. Spec home on site to view. Please call 250462-7055. www.copperridge.ca

Out Of tOwn FOR SALE In Stoughton: New modular home on own lot. 3 Bedrooms, 2 baths. Vacant. $8,000 down; Payments $800/month. Must have good credit and be able to bank qualify. Phone 1-587-4348525.

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HARVEST HEIGHTS 542 Bannatyne Avenue 1 & 2 Bedroom Units. Utilities included. A/C, fridge, stove and laundromat. Parking with plug-ins. Security entrance. No pets. For More Info Go to: www.apartmentsestevan.ca For Apar tment Availability and Pricing e-mail us: harvestheightsteam@gmail.com

PARK PLACE 402 PERKINS STREET FOR RENT: 1, 2 BR Apartments. Air conditioning, 5 Appliances. Fireplace in suites; Security doors. No Pets!! For more information, Phone 306-634-4010 between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. only, or see our Web site @ www.apartmentsestevan.ca

Lots & AcreAges for sALe LAKE LOTS FOR SALE by Owner at Lake of the Prairies: Prairie Lake Lodge, Russell, Manitoba is offering a good selection of treed, non treed lots and acreages with views and privacy adjacent to an 18 h o l e , p a r 3 g o l f c o u r s e . Suitable for RV or cottage use. Contact: 204-773-0380, Gerald; 2 0 4 - 7 7 3 - 6 8 19 , D a v i d . k e a t ing@escape.ca RESIDENTIAL LOT on crescent in west side of Stoughton for sale or trade for commercial lot in area. Phone 1-800-843-3984.

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Houses for sale ONLY A FEW UNITS LEFT! 55 P L U S A D U LT C O M M U N I T Y Ground Level Ranchers. www.diamondplace.ca 306 241 0123 Warman, SK

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EVERY WATER WELL on earth should have the patented “Kontinuous Shok” Chlorinator from Big Iron Drilling! Why? Save thous a n d s o f l i v e s ev e r y y e a r. www.1800bigiron.com. Phone 1-800-BIG-IRON.

REMANUFACTURED DIESEL ENGINES: GM 6.5L, $4750 installed; Ford/IH 7.3L, $4950 installed; New 6.5L engines,$6500; 24v 5.9L Cummins $7500 installed; G.M. Duramax 6.6L-Ford 6.0L, $8500installed; Ford 6.4L $9,500installed.Other New/Used/and Reman Diesel engines available, can ship or install. Call 204-532-2187 8:00am to 5:30pm Mon. to Fri.Thickett Engine Rebuilding, Binscarth, MB.

HOT TUB (SPA) COVERS. Best Price, Best Quality. All Shapes & Colours Available. Call 1-866-652-6837 www/thecoverguy.com/newspaper PROVINCE-WIDE CLASSIFIEDS. Re a c h ove r 5 5 0 , 0 0 0 re a d e rs weekly. Call this newspaper NOW or 306-649.1405 for details. Restless Leg Syndrome & Leg Cramps? Fast Relief In One Hour. Sleep At Night. Proven For Over 32 Years. www.allcalm.com MonFri 8-4 EST 1-800-765-8660 Sell and Buy antiques and restore antique furniture. Phone 306-7362339 www.antiquesandrefinishing.com

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HEATED CANOLA WANTED!! - GREEN CANOLA - SPRING THRASHED - DAMAGED CANOLA FEED OATS WANTED!! - BARLEY, OATS, WHT - LIGHT OR TOUGH - SPRING THRASHED HEATED FLAX WANTED!! HEATED PEAS HEATED LENTILS "ON FARM PICKUP" Westcan Feed & Grain 1-877-250-5252

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NO FEES OR COMMISSIONS! We have recently completed a very successful sale of our farmland to Freshwater Holdings. From the first point of contact, and throughout the sale process Freshwater Holdings was always in touch with us to make sure that all was going as discussed. Doug Rue (Freshwater Holdings), has been very approachable and forthright from the beginning. There was never any pressure, nor unfair dealings during the process. The deal was handled very smoothly and efficiently. When an issue arose, Doug was always in contact to help work out the situation fairly for all parties. We certainly would recommend dealing with Freshwater Holdings for any land discussions, and/or sale. Regina and Bill Kossatz

SUMMARY OF SOLD PROPERTIES Central - 66 1/4’s South Central - 18 1/4’s East Central - 74 1/4’s South - 70 1/4’s South East - 22 1/4’s South West 58 1/4’s North - 6 1/4’s North West - 12 1/4’s East - 55 1/4’s FARM AND PASTURE LAND AVAILABLE TO RENT

PURCHASING: SINGLE TO LARGE BLOCKS OF LAND. PREMIUM PRICES PAID WITH Q UICK PAYMENT. RENT BACK AVAILABLE Call DOUG 306-955-2266 saskfarms@shaw.ca www.CaFarmland.com LAND AUCTION for Souris River Bison Corp., Saturday, June 22, 9:00 a.m. Selling 2 quarters: RM of Estevan #5 SE 24-1-7 W2 and RM of Coalfields #4 NW 7-1-6 W2. Mack Auction Company, 306-6349512. PL311962.

Steel BuildingS / granarieS STEEL BUILDING - DIY SUMMER SALE! BONUS DAYS EXTRA 5% OFF. 20X20 $3,998. 25X24 $4,620. 30X34 $6,656. 32X42 $8,488. 40X54 $13,385. One end wall included. Pioneer Steel 1-800-668-5422. www.pioneersteel.ca

S T E E L B U I L D I N G S / M E TA L BUILDINGS 60% OFF! 20x28, 30x40, 40x62, 45x90, 50x120, 60x150, 80x100 sell for balance o w e d ! Ca l l 1- 8 0 0 - 4 5 7- 2 2 0 6 www.crownsteelbuildings.ca

STEEL BUILDINGS/METAL BUILDINGS UP TO 60% OFF! 30x40, 40x60, 50x80, 60x100, 80x100. Sell for balance owed! Call: 1-800-457-2206 www.crownsteelbuildings.ca

Domestic cars Guaranteed approval drive away today! We lend money to everyone. Fast approvals, best interest rates. Over 500 vehicles sale priced for immediate deliver y OAC. 1-877-796-0514. www.yourapprovedonline.com.

July 19 & 20, 2013 Credit Union Event Plex Evraz Place. Regina, SK. Now Accepting Consignments. Don't Delay Consign Today! David 306-693-4411, 306-631-7207 PL # 329773 www.thecollector cargroup.com

Parts & accessories WRECKING TRUCKS all makes, all models ..Dodge..GMC..Ford.. Imports. Lots of 4X4 stuff...Diesel..Gas.. Trucks up to 3 tons.. We ship anywhere. CALL 306-8210260 Bill... (Lloydminster) reply text.....e-mail...call blackdog2010doc@hotmail.com... We ship same day bus..dhl... transport

RVs/CampeRs/TRaileRs Y E A R RO U N D G o A ny w h e re truck camper. 2001 Chev 3500HD dually, 4X4, 8.1L, V8, 5-speed Allis o n n ew 8 - p ly M i c h e l i n t i re s 109,000 original km with Lance 11.5ft fiberglass camper and Onan 2.5kw generator. Both units have all available options for year-round use including heated tanks and storm windows. $30,000 obo. As new-must be seen. Photos available.Phone 306-783-6752 Yokton,SK. . am.lambie@sasktel.net

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Domestic cars

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SouTheaST SaSK uSed CaR SupeRSToRe

CARS

2012 CADILLAC CTS AWD leather, power roof, only 20,000 kms ...................$30,900 2012 FORD FUSION SEL AWD loaded, silver, 24,926 kms ............................SOLD 2012 MALIBU LT auto, remote keyless entry, 41,000 kms ...............................$16,949 2004 CHEV CAVALIER 4 door, auto, air, aluminum wheels, 134,000 kms ..........$6,801

TRUCKS, SUVS, VANS

2011 CHEV AVALANCHE buckets, 20” rims, orange, 38,000 kms ..................$34,400 2011 GMC 3500 CREW S.W.B. SLT 4x2 6.0L, power roof, leather, 5,000 kms, like new ........................................................................................$32,700 2011 CHEV TRAVERSE LT AWD 8 passenger, 45,000 kms...........................$26,358 2011 JEEP COMPASS LIMITED 4x4 leather, pr roof, navigation, 26,400 kms ...SOLD 2010 BUICK ENCLAVE CXL AWD black, leather, 89,608 kms .......................$28,700 2009 GMC ACADIA SLT AWD loaded, 72,557 kms .....................................$27,316 2009 GMC SLT EIC 4x4 leather, all terrain package, 90,000 kms ....................$23,828 2009 CHEV AVALANCHE rear DVD, sunroof, leather, 20” rims, 121,000 kms ..$24,900 2009 BUICK ENCLAVE AWD leather, two pannel roof, base, 97,580 kms ........$27,900 2008 BMW X5 AWD leather, roof, black, 97,800 kms ...................................$31,700 2008 GMC CREW CAB 4x4 5.3L, local trade, 111,535 kms ..........................SOLD 2008 GMC CREW 4x4 5.3L all terrain, GFX package, buckets, 115,400 kms..$21,700 2008 CHEV EIC 2500 H.D. 4x4 gas, cloth, 130,00 kms .............................$19,900 2008 FORD ESCAPE XLT 87,200 kms .........................................................$15,437 2008 GMC ACADIA blue, 80,000 kms .........................................................$16,900 2007 HONDA RIDGELINE 4x4 silver, 83,000 kms ......................................$23,900 2002 CHEV TAHOE 4x4 18,500 kms, local trade............................................$8,900

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2012 CHRYSLER CHARGER SXT loaded, red, 16,500 kms............................SOLD 2011 DODGE DAKOTA SXT QUAD CAB 4x4 30,300 kms ........................$23,989

2013 Saskatchewan Express Winter Tour Auditions

Sask Live Auctions July 13, 2013; 1:00pm year round home Turtle Lake; 4:00pm - year round home Murray Lake; 7:00pm lakeview cabin Jackfish Lake. Kramer Auctions Ltd. 306-445-5000 www.kramerauctions.com. SIGN SHOP Equipment and Supplies Auction, Stellar Signs. Tuesday, June 25, Estevan. Roland VP 540i Versa Cam Printer, 54” laminator, plotter, photo copier, scanner, computers, rolls of vinyl, tons of sign shop supplies and power tools. www.mackauctioncompany.com. 306.634.9512 PL311962

Adult PersonAl MessAges LOCAL HOOKUPS BROWSE4FREE 1-888-628-6790 or #7878 Mobile **************** HOT LOCAL CHAT 1-877-290-0553 Mobile: #5015 **************** Find Your Favourite CALL NOW 1-866-732-0070 1-888-544-0199 18+

June 29/13 in Regina Singers needed for 6-month paid contract. Must be out of school and able to travel. Book audition at michele@ saskatchewanexpress.com or call 306.522.3402 EXPERIENCED PARTS PERSON required for a progressive auto/industrial supplier. Hired applicant will receive top wages, full benefits and RRSP bonuses plus moving allowances. Our 26,000ft2 store is located 2.5 hours N.E. of Edmonton, Alberta. See our community at LacLaBicheRegion.com. Send resume to: Sapphire Auto, Box 306, Lac La Biche, AB, T0A 2C0. Email: hr@sapphireinc.net.

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Domestic cars

Domestic cars

LONG CREEK MOTORS Auto Sales & Service Since 1970 www.longcreekmotors.carpages.ca

CARS

12 Dodge Avenger SXT Plus 4dr factory warranty .................................$19,995 12 Ford Focus SEL 4dr leather, sunroof, 19,000 km, factory warranty ...$19,995 11 Chev Impala LT 4dr factory warranty ..................................................$16,995 08 Chev Cobalt LT 2dr warranty, 100,900 km ...........................................$9,995 07 Chev Malibu LT 4dr warranty 126,800 km ............................................$9,995 07 Monte Carlo SS 2dr 95,000 km...........................................................$15,995 07 PT Cruiser 4dr warranty, 81,000 km .....................................................$8,995 07 Pontiac G5 SE 4dr warranty .................................................................$8,995 06 Pontiac Pursuit 2dr warranty ................................................................$6,995 06 Mazda 6 GS 4dr loaded, warranty .........................................................$9,995 06 Honda Civic LX 2dr loaded, warranty, 85,000 km ..............................$10,995 02 Mazda Protégé 5 H/B warranty .............................................................$2,995 01 Chrysler Sebring LX 4dr warranty........................................................$4,995

TRUCKS, VANS & SUV’s

13 Jeep Compass North 4x4 factory warranty, 23,225 km .....................$23,995 11 Ford F150 Super Crew/Cab XLT 4x4 EcoBoost factory warranty ....$30,995 10 Chev Silverado LT Crew/Cab 4x4 Z-71 factory warranty, Flexfuel ... $25,995 10 GMC Sierra Nevada E/Cab 4x4 factory warranty ...............................$20,995 09 Dodge Dakota Crew/Cab SXT 4x4 factory warranty ..........................$19,995 09 Dodge Dakota Ext/Cab SXT 4x4 factory warranty .............................$18,995 07 Chev Trailblazer 4x4 sunroof warranty ................................................ $9,995 07 Hyundai Santa Fe GLS AWD warranty...............................................$17,995 04 Chev Silverado Z-71 Crew/cab 4x4 warranty ....................................$14,995 03 Hyundai Santa Fe FWD warranty .........................................................$5,995 03 Jeep Liberty Sport 4x4 4dr warranty....................................................$7,995 01 Dodge Caravan SE 4dr 3 yr warranty ................................................. $3,995 01 Ford Escape XLS AWD warranty......................................................... $5,995 97 Ford F150 E/C warranty.........................................................................$3,495

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Prices Reduced! ~ We Take Trades Reasonable Offers Considered

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Family Owned Dealership Since 1937 1021 - 4th STREET, ESTEVAN PHONE: (306) 634-3629

USED CARS

2012 CHRYSLER 300 LTD.............................................................. $33,900 2011 CHEV MALIBU LT loaded,.15,175.kms.................................. $21,995 2010 CHEV COLBALT LT 57,000.kms........................................... $12,395 2008 CHRYSLER SEBRIng Only.20,000.kms............................... $10,995 2006 DODgE CHARgER RT 52,000.kms....................................... $15,900

USED TRUCKS/VANS

2013 CHALLEngER RT 3,600.kms.5.7.Hemi,.Loaded.................... $39,995 2012 gMC SLE 14,000.kms............................................................. $32,995 2012 gRAnD CARAVAn RT Loaded.30,000.kms.......................... $28,555 2012 JEEP COMPASS ................................................................... $23,995 2012 DODgE 1500 Q/C 4x4............................................................ $31,500 2012 gRAnD CARAVAn RT loaded............................................... $26,950 2012 TOWn & COUnTRY VAn 14,000.kms................................... $30,900 2012 gRAnD CARAVAn................................................................... SOLD 2011 DODgE 3500 CREW CAB 4x4.............................................. $34,995 2011 gRAnD CHEROKEE LTD loaded,.68,000.kms...................... $33,900 2011 RAM 1500 OUTDOORSMAn................................................. $31,900 2011 DODgE DAKOTA Q/C 4x4..................................................... $27,995 2011 DODgE JOURnEY RT AWD White....................................... $27,900 2010 JOURnEY RT White.48,500.kms............................................ $24,900 2010 FORD EDgE LTD 40,000.kms................................................ $32,000 2010 DODgE 1500 CREW CAB 4x4 loaded.................................. $28,995 2010 RAM 1500 CREW CAB Laramie loaded................................ $29,995 2009 DODgE JOURnEY RT loaded............................................... $24,900 2009 FORD CREW CAB 4x4 xLT.................................................. $20,995 2008 RAM 3500 SLT black,.loaded................................................. $31,995 2008 gRAnD CARAVAn SxT........................................................ $12,900 2008 DODgE gRAnD CARAVAn SxT.......................................... $15,995 2007 CHEV TAHOE loaded............................................................. $19,995 2007 POnTIAC TORREnT.............................................................. $12,995 2007 TOWn AnD COUnTRY.......................................................... $12,995 2007 CADILLAC ESCALADE loaded................................................. SOLD 2007 HYOSUng SCOOTER ............................................................ $2,195

TRAILERS/MOTORHOMES/RVs

1980 TRAVEL AIR MOTORHOME, 24 Ft......................................... $6,500

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Used Cars

2012 Chevrolet Impala Lt Silver, 17,327 km ................................ $17,900 2010 Dodge Challenger SRT8 Yellow, Supercharged, 17,649 km ....................................................................................... $46,900 2010 Dodge Viper Canadian Edition white, 200 km .................. $109,000 2009 Dodge Caliber SXT Black, 49,121 km.................................. $11,900

Used Trucks, Suvs & Vans

2012 Ram 3500 Laramie Loaded, Diesel, Grey, 50,000 km .........$51,900 2012 Ram 1500 Laramie Loaded, Grey, 33,662 km ..................... $39,900 2012 Ram 1500 Sport Loaded, Black, 21,630 km ........................$38,900 2012 Ram 1500 Sport Loaded, Black, 60,727 km ........................$34,900 2011 Ford F150 Platinum Loaded, White, 78,635 km ..................$39,900 2011 Ram 3500 SLT Crew White, 111,212 km .............................$39,900 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland silver, 83,187 km.............$36,900 2011 Ram 1500 Sport Loaded, Grey, 41,398 km .........................$35,900 2011 Ram 1500 Laramie Loaded, White, 69,014 km....................$34,900 2011 Dodge Durango SXT Grey, 62,268 km ...............................$27,900 2011 Ram 1500 Sport Quad Cab White, 102,183 km ..................$26,900 2011 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Cheyenne Extended Cab, Grey, 60,000 km .......................................................................................$24,900 2010 Ford F350 XLT Diesel, Black, 112,598 km ...........................$36,900 2010 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 LT Crew Cab Grey, 112,678 km ..$29,900 2010 Dodge Ram 1500 Laramie Black, 163,220 km ....................$25,900 2009 Chrysler Town & Country Touring Sandstone, 97,212 km .......................................................................................$18,900 2008 Dodge Ram 3500 SLT Dually White, 201,000 km ...............$26,900 2008 Jeep Liberty Sport Black, 76,646 km ..................................$14,900 2007 Cadillac Escalade Pearl White, 114,000 km ........................$33,900 2007 Toyota Tacoma 6 Speed Manual, Gold, 65,778 km.............$17,900 2007 Dodge Ram 1500 Laramie Silver, 124,784 km ....................$17,900

Career OppOrtunities

Career Training

Career Training

GPRC is now hiring Instructors for the following positions: Steamfitter/Pipefitter (Fairview Campus); Welding Instructor (Fairview Campus); Power Engineering Instructor (Fairview/Grande Prairie Campus). No teaching experience? No problem because we train you to become an Instructor! For more information on these positions visit our website at www.gprc.ab.ca/careers.

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INVESTMENT SALES REPS wa n te d . Pre fe r Ca n a d i a n S e curities Course accreditation, or will provide training to experienced sales professionals. Call Pangaea Asset Management Inc. 1-800668-3990 or email bfraser@emrcapital.ca

N E E D E D. H e av y E q u i p m e n t Technicians and Maintenance personnel for expanding pipeline company in Olds, Alberta for work in shop and jobsites throughout Western Canada. Fax resume to 403-556-7582 or email: pdunn@parklandpipeline.com.

SASKMETIS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

Serving Metis Business Since 1987

Business Loans Program Business Advisory Program Métis Assistance Program

WINCH TRACTOR OPERATORS. Must have experience operating a winch. To apply fax, email or drop off resume at the office. Phone 780-842-6444. Fax 780-842-6581. Email: rigmove@telus.net. Mail: H&E Oilfield Services Ltd., 2202 1 Ave., Wainwright, AB, T9W 1L7. For more employment information see our webpage: www.heoil.com.

www.smedco.ca Suite 101 - 1630 Quebec Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7K 1V7 (306) 477-4350

General employment

General employment

Used Cars

2013 FORD TAURUS SEL 16,000 kms ..........................................$25,995 2010 CADILLAC SRX V6 AWD 74,000 kms ..................................$31,500 2008 MAZDA 3GT 90,000 kms ........................................................$14,995

Used Trucks, SUVs & Vans

2012 EXPEDITION 4x4 LIMITED 20,000 kms ................................$49,995 2012 EXPLORER LIMITED 4x4 37,000 kms ..................................$42,995 2011 CHEVROLET AVALANCHE 4x4 57,000 kms .......................$29,995 2011 F150 LARIAT SUPERCAB 4x4 76,000 kms .........................$26,995 2011 CHEVROLET EQUINOX LT1 AWD, 18,000 kms ..................$24,995 2010 F150 FX4 SUPERCREW 4x4 48,000 kms .............................$29,900 2010 DODGE SPORT CREW CAB 4x4 78,000 kms .................... $26,995 2010 F150 LARIAT SUPERCREW 4x4 95,000 kms ..................... $26,900 2010 EDGE LIMITED AWD, 90,000 kms .........................................SOLD 2010 F150 XLT SUPERCREW 4x4 127,000 kms...........................$18,995 2009 F250 CREW CAB 4x4 6.4L, diesel, Cabelas edition, 110,000 kms ....................................................................................$29,995 2008 F150 LARIAT CREW CAB 4x4 54,000 kms ..........................$25,995 2008 GMC ACADIA AWD loaded, 129,000 kms .............................SOLD 2008 EXPEDITION EDDIE BAUER 4x4 136,000 kms ....................SOLD 2007 GMC YUKON DENALI 4x4 loaded, leather, 106,000 kms .....SOLD 2007 F150 LARIAT CREW CAB 4x4 91,000 kms ..........................$21,995 2007 EXPLORER SPORT TRAC XLT 4X4 119,000 kms...............$17,995 2007 F150 LARIAT SUPERCREW 4X4 168,000 kms ....................$15,995 2006 F350 KING RANCH 4x4 6.0L diesel, 152,000 kms ................SOLD 2005 GMC ENVOY SLE 4WD, 136,000 kms ..................................$11,995 2004 DODGE DURANGO 4x4 110,000 kms ..................................$10,995

Senchuk Ford Sales Ltd.

Your home of after sales service 118 Souris Avenue North – Estevan, Sask.

306-634-3696

Utility trailers

Utility trailers

441 - 4th Street - Estevan 306-634-7977 highenergy@sasktel.net www.highenergytrailers.ca

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2013 HAULMARK 28 ft, 85x26 5200 axle

$12,300

TRAILERS

2013 rainbow 6x10 3500 axle flip up ramp .....................................call 2013 rainbow 6x12 3500 axle flip up ramp .....................................call 2013 rainbow 6x14 3500 axle flip up ramp .....................................call 2013 Haulmark 26ft, 85x26, 5200 axle .......................................... $12,300 2013 Haulmark 20ft, 85x20 ............................................................ $10,200 2013 Haulmark 7x20 v track yellow/black ...................................... sold 2013 Haulmark kodiak 7x14 ........................................................... $6,800 2013 Haulmark 7x16 ........................................................................ $6,700 2013 Haulmark transport v-nose 6x12, 2-3500 axle .................... $5,900 2013 Haulmark rampdoor 6x10 ..................................................... $4,617 2013 Haulmark passport 5x8 .......................................................... $3,300 2012 rainbow 18’ dovetail c&e 14k gvW .................................... $4,699 2012 rainbow 20’ 2-5200 lb. axles ................................................. $4,599 2012 rainbow 18’ car Hauler 7000 gvW ....................................... $3,400 2012 newman 10ft. aluminum 13” Wheels, v-front ...................... $2,500 2012 newman 10ft. aluminum, tilt /10” Wheels ............................ $1,700

WE HAVE RENTALS

Flatdecks, enclosed trailers, cars, trucks & 15 passenger vans. rentals for Business, leisure, Weddings or school sports teams.

We are just a call aWay!

Now Hiring Apply in-store at 137 King Street, Estevan S4A 2T5 We are looking for motivated, customer-service-focused individuals who can work in a team environment to fill the following positions:

• Copy Centre Representatives • Customer Service Representatives • Technology Sales Representatives Come discover a world of rewards: • unlimited opportunities for growth and advancement • competitive compensation • continuous in-house training programs • post-secondary scholarship program

• employee discounts • computer purchase program • flexible scheduling • employee stock purchase plan • competitive flex benefits

Apply in-store or online at Staplesville.ca Workplace diversity and equality are at the foundation of our success. Staples® is a registered trademark of Staples, Inc., used under license.

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HELP WANTED!!! Make $1000 weekly mailing brochures from home! No experience required! Start Immediately! www.TheMailingHub.com INTERIOR HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR SCHOOL No Simulators. In-the-seat training. Real world tasks. Weekly start dates. Job board! Funding options. Sign up online! iheschool.com 1-866-399-3853

Career Training Study FASHION DESIGN in SK. The Academy of Fashion Design in Saskatoon is accepting applications for the fall. Deadline August 1 For info 306-978-9088 www.aofdesign.com

Obituaries

Darren James McGill 1965 – 2013 Darren McGill passed away in Estevan, Sask. on Saturday, June 1, 2013 at the age of 47 years. Darren is survived by his mother, Donna Young of Innisfail, Alta.; brother, Scott (Jerilyn) McGill (children Derrick and Ashley) of Red Deer, Alta.; sister, Aleatha (Ross) Gyori (children, Abrielle and Adara) of Sylvan Lake, Alta.; aunts and uncle, Joyce McGill of Estevan, Chris Peterson of Kelowna, B.C., Randy Gibson of Taber, Alta. and Lynne Gibson of Vernon, B.C., as well as numerous cousins. He was predeceased by his father, Fred McGill and grandparents, Edward and Mary McGill, Jack and Corry Gibson. Memorial Service was held on Monday, June 17, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. in the Estevan Gospel Chapel with Josh Perman officiating. Interment followed in Souris Valley Memorial Gardens, Estevan. Those so wishing may make donations to the Canadian Diabetes Association in Darren's memory. Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Hall Funeral Services, Estevan. Gordon Douglas Knight September 11, 1927-January 25, 2013 Born in Estevan, Saskatchewan to Ed & Molly Knight, predeceased by his parents and his wife of 52 years, Kathleen nee Stasiuk (Kay), survived by sons Robert and David (Doria) and sister Shirley Cordi. Gordon was a dedicated family man, who made successful careers as a meteorological technician and photographer. He also found time to serve his community on the school board and in the Canadian Reserves. As a retiree, Gord fished the coastal waters of Vancouver Island during 30+ summers and dominated the shuffleboard courts of Arizona under the winter suns. He travelled throughout the States and Canada as well as undertaking several European trips. Gord enjoyed his hobbies, especially spending time with friends and family, often engaging in spirited discussions and debates. He will be missed and fondly remembered by those friends and family especially Lenore of Mesa, Don of Comox and Beryl of Estevan. His happy life cut short by complications of influenza, his remains will be interred at Estevan Cemetary. A heartfelt thank you to the compassionate doctors, nurses and aids who cared for Gord in his final days. A memorial will be organized and announced at a later time.

HOME OF THE POWER TEAM! 409 Kensington avenue ~ Estevan, Sask. Phone: 634-3221 If you haven’t shopped POWER DODGE you may have paid too much!

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Obituaries

Career Training

Tessa Dawn Riese June 24, 1980 – April 28, 2013 Tessa Riese passed away suddenly in Regina, Sask. on Sunday, April 28, 2013 at the age of 32. A Celebration of Tessa’s Life will take place at the Lampman Legion Hall on Saturday, June 22, 2013, at 1:00 p.m. If friends so desire, donations may be given to Bright Eyes Dog Rescue, 951 Hopkins Crescent, Regina, Sask., S4X 2N2 or online at www. brighteyesdogrescue.com in Tessa’s memory.

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SIAST Parts Management Program, seats available for Fall 2013 Workforce ready in 10 months. Grads in demand by automotive & agricultural dealerships, and wholesale distribution centres. Offered through distance learning, part-time continuing education, and full-time at SIAST Kelsey Campus in Saskatoon. Apply now! 1-866-goSIAST or goSIAST.com/ IndustrialTrades

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EVENT

Thursday, June 20 BIG BIKE Barbeque Pharmasave Car Park 11AM - 2PM

All proceeds go to the Heart & Stroke Foundation

Friday, June 21st 1:00 pm : Southeast Regional College Swing for Scholarships Golf Tournament TS&M Woodlawn Golf Course WELL-PAID/ LOW-STRESS CAREER IN MASSAGE THERAPY No need to relocate! Independent study plus monthly classes in Calgary or Edmonton. Our grads are in great demand throughout the west. Excellent instructors, great results.

$1000 Distance Grant. 1-866-491-0574. www.mhvicarsschool.com

June 26, 2013: ECS Graduation Ceremony Program 5:30 pm Monday July 8, 6:00 pm: 4H Estevan Rotary Beef Auction Estevan Fair Ground July 22, July 29, Aug 5: Flecks Hockey Canadian Supercamp

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Estevan Gospel Chapel

St. Peter’s Lutheran Church

“Equipping God’s people to think biblically, to live godly, and to serve effectively – influencing our world for Christ”

Isabelle & Souris Reverend Randy Kleemola Phone: 306-634-2024 email: st.peters@accesscomm.ca

1202 - 2nd Street Phone: 306-634-3761

Pastor: Josh Permann Sunday:Worship 11:00 a.m. Weekly: Prayer Meeting

www.estevangospelchapel.ca An Associated Gospel Church

LC-C

Sunday Worship

9:30 a.m. - Bible Study 10:30 a.m. - Divine Service with Holy Communion Sunday School

Corner 12th Avenue & 2nd Street

Fax: 306-634-6845

Pastor: Juanito Vargas Associate Pastor: Father Peter Nijssen MASSES: Saturday: 7:00 p.m. Sunday: 9:00 & 10:30 a.m.

St. Giles

Anglican Church Parish of Estevan 317-12th Avenue

Sunday Worship: 8:00 & 10:00 am September - May Children’s Sunday School: 10:00 am The Rev. Mark Osborne ALL ARE WELCOME! Church Office: 306-634-4113 www.estevananglican.com

Faith Lutheran Church Nicholson Centre, Estevan

Sunday Worship & Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.

Pastors: Danny Krauss, Caleb Rieger & Joshua Lowe Phone: 306-634-3773 Cell: 306 471 8130

Come and Worship With Us

1302 - 8th Street, Estevan

Tim Pippus

Office: 306-634-3116 Sunday Services:

Bible Class - 10:00 a.m. – Worship - 11:00 a.m. Evening Worship - 7 p.m. Wednesday Meeting - 7 p.m.

Free Clothing Outlet

First & Third Thursday of Each Month - 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. A Congregation of LUTHERAN CHURCH - CANADA

St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church Phone: 306-634-2190

CHURCH OF CHRIST

REAL REAL LIFE REAL REALPEOPLE PEOPLE REAL REALGOD GOD

100 Kin g St ree t Est evan , Sa sk (306) 63 4 -81 33 www.livinghope-ca.org

NOWus 2 Sunday to choose from Join at 10services AM for worship, 9:00 am and 11:00 am With coffee in between the Word and coffee after LIVE RUSSIAN TRANSLATION during the service. 11:00 am service the

THE SALVATION ARMY

Phone: 306-634-2074

ESTEVAN COMMUNITY CHURCH 1107 - 4th Street

Pastors: Lieuts. Brian & June Bobolo SUNDAY: 11:00 a.m. Worship Service

ALL WELCOME!

ST. PAUL’S UNITED CHURCH

Church of God

SUNDAY WORSHIP & SUNDAY SCHOOL - 11 AM

1920 Wellock Road, Estevan • (306) 634-7955 www.estevancog.com Estevan Church of God

Corner of 14th Avenue & 3rd Street Phone: 306-634-2885 – Fax: 306-636-2611

Coffee Fellowship Before Church

WELCOME!

MINISTER: REV. BRENNA NICKEL Email: stpaulsuc@sasktel.net Website: stpaulsestevan.ca

Trinity Lutheran Church E.L.C.I.C. 738 - 2nd Street, Estevan Church Office: 306-634-5684 SUNDAY WORSHIP AND SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 a.m. Coffee and fellowship after worship Pastor Stewart Miller ALL ARE WELCOME email: trinity.luth@sasktel.net • www.etlc.ca

Pursuing God Building Relationships Impacting Lives

Senior Pastor: Geoff Thiessen 10:30 a.m. Sunday Worship with Children’s Ministries & Nursery.

7:30 p.m. Fridays theGROVE Youth Ministries

Please call us or visit our website for more information about other ministries and events.


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Legal ORLOWSKI LAW OFFICE Barrister & Solicitor

Stephen J. Orlowski, B.Ed., LL.B. 1215 - 5th Street, Estevan

Phone: 306-634-3353

Fax: 306-634-7714

orlowski.law@sasktel.net

Branch offices at: Arcola Redvers Carnduff Arcola Agencies Carlsen Bldg. Carnduff Agencies Bldg. Wednesday A.M. Wednesday P.M. Thursday P.M. Phone: 306-455-2277 Phone: 306-452-3377 Phone: 306-482-4077

BILLESBERGER LAW FIRM

BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS JOHN J. BILLESBERGER, B.A., LL.B.

1017 Third Street Estevan, Saskatchewan S4A 0R4

TROBERT LAW FIRM

Phone: (306) 637-3710

James F. Trobert

Fax: (306) 637-3719

Branch Offices:

B.A., LL.B. Barrister & Solicitor

LAMPMAN: Fridays • R.M. Building • 306-487-2880 MIDALE: Tuesdays • 233 Main Street • 306-458-2277

Kohaly, Elash & Ludwig Law Firm LLP

Estevan Wicklow Centre 305 1133 4th St. Estevan SK S4A 0W6

Barristers & Solicitors Paul D. Elash, B.A., LL.B. Aaron Ludwig, B.Sc., LL.B.

Ph: 306-634-2616 Fax: 306-634-9881

Email: trobertlaw@sasktel.net

Financial Planning Insurance & Investments Services

Appraisals

1312 - 4th Street, Estevan Telephone: 306-634-3631 Fax: (306) 634-6901

Gainsborough: Carnduff: Thursday a.m. Thursday p.m. Phone: 306-685-2250 Phone: 306-482-3731

“In the business of creating , enhancing and insuring client’s net worth” Reynold Bert Certified Financial Planner

Roofing Ove ALL W We have yo r 10 ORK yea GUAR ur roofin rs e ANT g nee d xpe EED rien | FRE s “covere ce • E EST d!” Res IMAT ide ES ntia l

Ron Areshenkoff Mutual Fund Advisor Life Insurance Representative

FINANCIAL

403B 9th Avenue, Estevan, SK S4A 2V4 PH: (306)634-7979 Toll Free: (877)779-0948 info@spectrafinancial.ca Insurance Offered Through Spectra Financial

Manulife Securities Investments Services Inc. is a Member MFDA IPC.

TNT ROOFING 306.421.2512

Trailblazer Scooter

OPEN THURS: 12:00 - 8:00 CALL: 306-483-2430 TOLL FREE: 1-800-472-5063

• 13 in. Black Tires • Full Suspension Suite 329 - 12th Ave, Estevan • Deluxe Light Package (1st door South of CIBC, formerly • 1.2 HP @ 8 MPH Sun Life Bldg) • Power Seat or Lge. Batteries

RUBBER & TRACK SKID STEERS MINI TRACK HOES PORTA POTTIES MINI SKID STEER CAR HAULER TRAILER FLAT DECK TRAILERS • 5500lb TELEHANDLER • DOOSAN LOADER

FRESH WATER AVAILABLE FOR FRAC WATER, DRILLING RIG, ETC.

Member of Appraisal Institute of Canada

Commercial and farm land appraisals Serving Eastern Saskatchewan and Western Manitoba Robin Johnson, M.A. Econ., AACI, P.App 2126 Rose Street • Regina, Saskatchewan • S4P 2A4 Direct: (306) 721-5525 Cell: (306) 529-3236 Email: johnsonr@accesscomm.ca www.ljbappraisals.com

Dental 7 Souris Avenue Weyburn, SK 306-848-0112

Dr. Greg Konotopetz Toll Free: 1-855-848-0112 info@smilesonsouris.ca www.smilesonsouris.com

Funeral Directors Dustin Hall - Owner/Funeral Director Allan Styre - Funeral Director Jeff Sully - Funeral Director 1506 4th Street, Estevan (306) 634-8233 12 Warren Street, Redvers (306) 452-6020 www.hallfuneralservices.ca

Optometrist

10% Discount For Seniors

FOR RENT • • • • • •

Real Estate Appraisals & Consulting

Insured and WCB Covered

Health & Mobility Aids Equipment Rental LIFT CHAIRS WALKERS, ELECTRIC BEDS AND MUCH MORE

LJB Lawrek Johnson Bird

Pongo Holdings Ltd.

306-421-9576 or 306-421-2244 31/2 miles South of Estevan on Hwy 47 (35 of 1 of 8, West of the 2nd)

For information on booking your ad Call 306-634-2654 or email: adsales@estevanmercury.ca

Dr. Sarah Sliva, Optometrist 4 - 102 Souris Ave, Estevan, SK

Phone: (306) 636-2020 www.southeasteyecare.ca

Cab Service Go Cabs Estevan “When you want more than a taxi” New taxi service in Estevan & area

306-340-2227 (CABS)

CHECK US OUT ON THE WEB www.estevanmercury.ca


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Career Opportunities

Visit us on the web!! www.estevanmercury.ca

Brady Oilfield Services LP. Professional Firefighter Training Be on the frontlines of fire and rescue. Firefighter Training – NFPA 1001 Dates: Aug. 6 - Nov. 1, 2013 Length: 13 weeks Tuition & Materials: Approx. $10,080 Location: Melville, SK **Offered in partnership with Lakeland College - Emergency Training Centre

NFPA 1001 is widely endorsed as a necessary credential for new hires. The program provides a comprehensive blend of theory and practical skills required for entry-level career positions including more practice runs and hands-on activities. Graduates of the program will be awarded IFSAC and ProBoard Certifications.

provides a broad range of services related to the production of oil and other fluids in SE Sask. We utilize specially designed tank trailers, pressure trucks, and vacuum trucks.

3A Drivers & Swampers Required Weyburn, Halbrite and surrounding area Competitive Wages and Generous Benefit Package, Oilfield Safety Certificates an Asset but not necessary. Mail or Fax Resumes and Drivers Abstract P.O. Box 271 Midale, Sask. S0C 1S0 Fax: (306)458-2768 resumes@brady.sk.ca

ONEDLP Chief Executive Officer Ochapowace Nation Economic Development Limited Partnership (ONEDLP) is a new Development Corporation with several established business enterprises, emerging business opportunities, and assets to leverage new ventures. This is an exciting opportunity to lead, create, develop, manage, and deliver business growth in key ventures in South Eastern Saskatchewan. Full info at: www.preferchoice.ca WW1321

WOOD COUNTRY

For more information or to register contact Shelley at 306.728.6596.

is currently accepting resumes for the following positions at their Estevan location.

1.866.783.6766 | parklandcollege.sk.ca

Yard & Warehouse personnel Part & full time positions available. Forklift and lumber experience would be an asset. Willing to train the right candidate.

Truck/Delivery Driver Tri-alta Oilfield Industries Ltd. located in Estevan, Saskatchewan, is an established oilfield manufacturing company supplying rod pump parts and accessories to the oil industry. We are looking to expand our current operations and are currently accepting resumes from qualified applicants for the following positions in our facility. Truck / Delivery Driver: The ideal candidate will have experience in highway driving and delivering freight. Duties will include moving freight between Edmonton, AB and Estevan, SK, making routine deliveries to customer locations and unloading / sorting freight in our Estevan warehouse. This person will work with the manager in a shop setting to ensure our customer requirements are met. Requirements include Class 1 license with Air Brakes endorsement and clean driving record. This person must be willing to work weekends and nights. Driver Training will be provided for the right candidate. Training for Safety Tickets will be provided. Tri-alta offers a wide array of benefits including health, dental and life insurance along with very competitive salaries. Seize this excellent opportunity to grow your career within a thriving small firm in the heart of Canada.

Reply by fax 306-634-5602 or dave@tri-alta.com Attn: Manager

WANTED:

PAVING EQUIPMENT OPERATORS & LABOURERS NEEDED FOR BUSY 2013 PAVING SEASON

TRICAN WELL SERVICE LTD. is one of Canada’s fastest growing well service companies, providing a comprehensive array of specialized products, equipment and services utilized in drilling, completion, stimulation and reworking of oil and gas wells in the Canadian and International marketplace. At Trican, we base our recruitment practices on the belief that a company’s greatest asset is its people. Trican provides services in Fracturing, Cementing Acidizing, Coiled Tubing, Nitrogen and related services in our field bases ranging from Fort Nelson, British Columbia to Estevan, Saskatchewan.

WE ARE CURRENTLY HIRING: • CEMENT & FRAC OPERATORS • HEAVY DUTY MECHANICS/ 3RD YR. APPRENTICES Qualifications

• Valid Class 1 license • Safe driving skills: fewer than 6 demerit points on drivers abstract • Physical fit-heavy lifting required • Effective interpersonal skills (spoken and written communication) • High school graduate (preferred) How to apply: Preferred Apply Online: rfisk@trican.ca Fax: (306) 6736-2669 ONLY THOSE SELECTED WILL BE CONTACTED

Interested applicants can fax resume to Brian at Wood Country at 306-634-8441 or email resume to brianwoodcountry.estevan@sasktel.net No phone calls please.

Wages dependant on experience Email Resume to: svp@sasktel.net fax to: 306-634-8980

WANTED winch CLASS 1A DRIVERS with experience

RIG MOVING EXPERIENCE

Estevan Meter Services Ltd. is an oilfield service company operating in Southeast Saskatchewan since 1967, specializing in instrumentation, oilfield repairs, combustion service, and specialty supply items. We are currently seeking individuals to fill three positions.

(1). Counter/Shop Sales

WELL SERVICE LTD.

Comprehensive health package available & salary based on experience and qualifications.

Duties will include inside counter sales, inventory control, various warehouse duties.

(2). Combustion Technician

Duties include installation of CSA compliant burner systems, burner optimization, flame arrestor testing on oilfield atmospheric burners. Individuals with either maintenance experience or journeyman gas fitter will be given special consideration as well as a strong mechanical aptitude and knowledge of oil battery facilities will be required.

(3). Shop Manager

Duties include scheduling the repair of various oilfield equipment, ensuring quality expectations are met. Adherance to managing personal and overall customer satisfaction. Consideration will be given to individuals with previous oilfield experience and strong communication and organized skills and previous leadership of management training or experience. Preferences will be given to individuals with oilfield production equipment knowledge or experience. We offer full benefits, bonuses, extremely competitive wages, and pension plan.

Please apply by resume to:

dmartens@estevanmeter.com

only persons to be interviewed will be contacted

See career ads online! www.estevanmercury.ca

A DEFINITE ASSET Full Time Position primarily in the Kindersley, Saskatchewan area. We offer Competitive Wages, a Safe Work Environment and Employee Benefit Plan. APPLICANTS NEED TO PROVIDE A Driver Abstract & Resume / Wages Negotiated with Experience TRAINING CERTIFICATES To be supplied. We will also provide training in-house. TO APPLY : GOOD TO GO TRUCKING – ATTENTION RON WILLS

FAX: (306) 463-2814 MAIL: P.O.Box 1855, Kindersley, SK S0L 1S0 OFFICE PHONE: (306) 463-1454


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Career Opportunities

is looking for

a person to occasionally deliver catalogues at Willow Park Greens approximately once a month. If interested please call Gayle at The Estevan Mercury

306-634-2654

Is now hiring for Floorhand Positions. Applicants with experience and valid tickets required. Please call Dayle Chuckry at 306-861-6133 or Steve Ritchie at 306-485-7379

Hiring for All Positions

Millenium is a isnew andand progressive fracturing company thatthat is is starting operat Millennium a new progressive fracturing company in the Estevan area. We are looking for employees who are interested starting operations in Estevan. We are looking for employees who are in a gro floor opportunity with a dynamic and employee focused company. interested in a ground floor opportunity with a dynamic and employee focused company. Positions we are looking to fill are: Positions we are looking to fill are:  Service Manager • Service Supervisors for Frac and Coil  Maintenance Manager • FracandHSE CoilManager Equipment Operators • BulkDrivers Administrative • Lab Techs  HR Coordinator

• Eagle offers

comprehensive health and dental benefits • Eagle offers matching RRSP contribution package • Eagle offers crew bonuses for completing rig crews • Experience is necessary

Mechanics Please E-mail resume to HR@millenstim.ca  Electronic Techs Visit us at: www.millenstim.ca  Bulk Plant Manager and operators Only successful candidates will be contacted.  Bulk Drivers 

Apply today!

Email resumes to: Estevanrigjobs@iroccorp.com Or call: 306.634.8235 www.eaglerigjobs.com

Brett Young Seeds Rycroft, Alberta

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Brett Young Seeds is a privately owned and trusted seed and biological production, distribution, sales and marketing company with international reach and strong local roots since 1934. Our goal is to deliver value to our customers through world class service and differentiated products. Based in Winnipeg, we have locations throughout Western Canada and are currently seeking dynamic and experienced individuals to join our Rycroft, Alberta team to support our continued growth. Facility General Manager We are seeking a motivated professional to oversee and direct all operations at our Rycroft facility, responsible for high level planning in terms of budgets, administration, scheduling and operations. This position also includes a seed purchasing function in the Peace Region that works closely with the Production Team to build relationships, procure acres for forage and turf seed and coordinate the scheduling of deliveries as per production requirements. The ideal candidate will have experience and knowledge of seed industry quality standards with an understanding of the certification required by all regulatory authorities. Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, this position will conduct regular review and follow-up of facility financial statements, market analysis, forecasting and performance tracking in the region. Post-secondary education in business or agriculture are required for this position with a minimum five years experience in an equivalent position in the agriculture or seed industry, with progressive experience managing people and building relationships. License for Approved Conditioner Operator, Authorized Exporter Operator and accreditation for Grader is an asset. Seed Production Specialist We are seeking a relationship-oriented sales professional with a passion for agronomy. You will work with the Production Team to seek out and secure seed production acres for forage and turf seed to achieve company seed production targets and then work with these contract growers on production agronomics to help ensure yields and seed quality are maximized. This position also includes a seed purchasing function in the Peace Region that works closely with the Production Team to build relationships, procure acres and coordinate the scheduling of deliveries as per production requirements to achieve territory and corporate goals. Thus, success in this position will be achieved through a balance of sales and agronomy. You will work independently within your territory from the Rycroft facility/your home-based office; you will also work with Regional Account Managers in our Seed and Crop Inputs (Retail) division that operate in your territory to help identify potential contract growers. The successful candidate will have a proven ability to plan and manage his/her time effectively and have strong communication skills both internally and externally to promote, support and grow our Seed Production division. Brett Young provides sales and product training, however, education, training and experience in sales and/or agronomy is a definite asset and a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture is preferred Brett Young Seeds is an organization that supports professional growth and development and offers an attractive compensation package including salary and an outstanding and comprehensive benefits package. Brett Young Seeds is an Equal Opportunity employer. Interested applicants are invited to apply to become a part of our team by submitting a letter of interest with salary expectations and a resume to:

Lab Techs

All applicants must have a clean driving record.

Building
Leaders.
 Please E-mail resume to HR@millenstim.ca Visit us at: www.millenstim.ca Only successful candidates will be contacte Driving
Success.


H2S and First Aid tickets as well as a valid driver’s licence required. Preference given to candidates possessing a class 1A or 3A licence. Experience is necessary.

• Floorhands • Derrickhands • Drillers • Rig Managers •

Service Supervisors for Frac and Coil

All applicants must have a clean driving record.  Frac and Coil Equipment Operators













Carson
Energy
Services
is
an
industry
leader
in
oilfield
services
by
providing
the
 highest
 quality
 service
 and
 safety
 when
 it
 comes
 to
 pipeline
 construction,
 oilfield
 maintenance,
 facility
 fabrication,
 welding,
 environmental
 work,
 site
 preparation,
 trucking,
 safety,
 and
 horizontal
 directional
 drilling.
 
 We
 are
 currently
seeking
applicants
for
the
following
full‐time
position:

 
 Environmental,
Health
&
Safety
Advisor
–
Halbrite,
SK
Location
 Applicant
must
have
a
valid
Driver’s
License.
Oilfield
safety
tickets
are
an
asset;
 however,
Carson
Energy
Services
Ltd.
is
willing
to
train
the
right
candidate.


 


We
offer:
 • Competitive
wages
 • Benefits
and
RRSP
package
 • Room
for
advancement
for
qualified
candidate
 


Our
 benefits
 package
 and
 training
and
development
programs
are
one
of
the
 key
 reasons
 why
 candidates
 choose
 Carson
 as
 their
 ‘employer
 of
 choice’.

 Carson
Energy
Services
provides
employees
with
all
of
the
tools
they
need
to
 grow
and
excel,
both
personally
and
professionally.
 


APPLY
NOW:
 Contact
Jim
at
306‐458‐2415,
e‐mail
jjaworski@flintenergy.com

 
 Thank
you
to
all
who
apply;

 only
short‐listed
candidates
will
be
contacted.


Bert Baxter Transport is an equal opportunity employer that believes in the future of their employees

WE ARE NOW SEEKING: PICKER OPERATORS Applicants must have a Class 1 with an A or B license and a clean Driver’s Abstract. Safety tickets considered an asset. Must be able to pass mandatory drug and alcohol testing. Job involves general oilfield hauling and setting pumpjacks.

DRIVER - OILFIELD Haul pipe and oilfield equipment to locations in SE Saskatchewan. Applicants must have a Class 1A driver’s licence and pass mandatory drug and alcohol testing. Safety tickets would be an asset. Duties include: load, haul pipe and supplies to destination in a safe and timely manner & unload. Maintain a clean and safe truck.

Bert Baxter Transport offers our employees: • Full time, permanent employment • Full benefits packages available • Clean, safe work environment • Competitive Wages

Interested applicants can fax to: 306-634-4258 or email: brenda.jensen@bbaxtertransport.ca

Human Resources, Brett Young Seeds Fax: 204-478-8370 Email: Human.Resources@brettyoung.ca

Visit us on the Web: www.estevanmercury.ca


Career Opportunities

B18 June 19, 2013

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is seeking a

full time quick lube technician - wage negotiable - we will train

Drop off resume to 238 4th St.

5 STAR

CONCRETE is currently seeking concrete finishers & labourers for full time employment

13064MS02

Interested Individuals can contact

Justin at (306) 421-9671

13064DS04

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Senchuk Ford Sales Ltd. 118 Souris Ave. N., Estevan • 306-634-3696 • www.senchuk.com

is currently accepting resumes for Full Shipping/Receiving Clerk. If you have the desire and eagerness to learn and excel at what you do, this is the opportunity you have been waiting for. The successful applicant will be responsible for shipping/receiving of parts, shuttling of customers, general janitorial and lot maintenance. If you have a solid work ethic and take pride in your work, make sure you forward your resume immediately….”Your Opportunity Awaits”

Send your resume in confidence to Blaine Dirks, Parts Manager at blaine@senchuk.com 101 Supreme St. (Shand access road)

SERVICE RIG PERSONNEL Class 1A & 3A Preferred Above Industry Wages Benefits Packages Opportunity for Advancement Please email or fax resume to:

Email: sleibel@suncountrywellservicing.ca Fax 306 634 1200 • Cell 306 421 3418

Cooks Tower Cafe is looking for cooks for permanent full-time employment Prepare & cook pizzas, salads, sandwiches as ordered. Set up & stock line to maintain proper levels of ingredients required. Train new staff. Use proper weights & measurements to make/prepare consistent product. Clean equipment & clean line & work area as required. Must be available to work until midnight. $13.00 per hour permanent full time available. Apply in person with resume to

1124 4th Street Estevan

Warehouse Counter People required immediately for electrical distributor. Competitive wages and benefits offered. Mail resume to: Box 1518 Estevan, SK S4A 2L7 or email to: gerry.pakish@sonepardis.ca

Estevan Husky Market is seeking a

Customer Service Representative

- No experience necessary. - Willing to train. - Good cash handling, communication and merchandising skills are an asset. - Starting salary $11.25/hour

Email resume to: hk6023@popmail.huskyenergy.ca or apply in person: 942 4th Street, Estevan

Visit us on the web!! www.estevanmercury.ca

or on facebook www.facebook.com/EstevanMercury


www.estevanmercury.ca

June 19, 2013 B19

ECS Graduation Ceremony Program 5:30 pm

The Graduating

CLASS OF

June 26, 2013

2013

Michaella Pho

With Every Ending, Comes a New Beginning

Theresa Ulbrich

Husky House

Harley Doerr

Cameron Donovan Ryan Hagel

Layne Hawrylak

#17 Hwy. 39 East, Estevan Phone: 306-634-7600

Emily Hegland

Riley Wallewein

315A Kensington Ave., Estevan, SK 306-634-2835

942 4th Street Estevan, SK

108 Breeze Street Estevan, SK 306-634-7123

1. Processional - Grads formally enter the hall 2. O Canada 3. Invocation 4. Opening Remarks by Mr. Mike Little, Principal/Master of Ceremonies 5. Tribute to Senior Ring and Senior Pin 6. Presentation of Gift to the School 7. Tribute to Parents/Response 8. Tribute to Teachers/Response 9. Slide/Sound Show of Graduates 10. Valedictorian Address and Award 11. Presentation of Graduation Diplomas/ Announcement of Future Plans 12. Performance by Grad Choir 13. Closing Remarks/Recessional

Tanner Odgers

1437 4th Street, Estevan (306) 634-9228

314 Kensington Ave, Estevan (306) 634-6494

Riley GyorďŹ Brady Swyrda

Bradyn Shier

Dwight Sorenson

Carlton Stachoski

Mathew Stade

Destini Struble

(306) 636-1620

Julia Iverson

Hannah Billesberger

Rylan Hauck

Kristina Chamney

Billesberger Law Firm (306) 637-3710

(306) 634-4167 Anna Jahn

Landon Johnson

Tala Blondeau

Ford Sales Ltd. 118 Souris Ave. N. • 306-634-3696

Kimberlyn Mackenzie

(306) 634-5046 617 Rooks Ave

Moniquea Stasiuk


B20 June 19, 2013

Estevan Mercury

The Graduating

Congratulations to the

2013 Graduating Class

CLASS OF

2013

Heather Reid

Austin Ronyk

Alexander Rutter

306.634.8001

Have Fun With Your Future Endeavours

Cole Schuler Jayden Dayman

Austin Green

Cassidy Reich

Aaron Wakely

68 Souris Ave. 306 634 2654

Tyson Price

Isaac Elder April Wilbraham

306

634.5755

Rebecca Dukart

501 Nesbitt Drive Estevan, SK 306-634-3755

REAL • GOOD • FOOD

306-634-8880

Shaylee Foord

Kiana Stepp

Allison Mack

Brady Lowenberg

Cassandra Bird

All Creatures Training & Boarding “THE” Place to Stay!

Aurora Hughes

1302 5th Street Estevan, SK 306-634-3581

306-421-6155

Stephen Aspinall

Nolan Shurygalo

City Of Estevan 306-634-1800

Jolan Lingelbach

SHOLTER HORSMAN

Jordan Krunick

Riley Lafrentz

Jeanae Lukye

Tanisha Mack

Furniture & Appliance 634-4775 Estevan,(306) SK. (306) 634-4775

Estevan, SK.

Logan McClelland

Kelsey McLellan

Hwy. 18 East Bienfait Ph: 306-388-3788

Downtown Estevan

306-634-2220

Ryan Frehlick

Prairie Mud Service 738-6th Street, Estevan

Kaitlin King

PH: 306-634-9888

(306) 634-5588 Estevan, SK


www.estevanmercury.ca

June 19, 2013 B21

With Every Ending, Comes a New Beginning

Tiana Whitman

Kassidy Baril

Haley Kvamme

306-636-7700 • www.spectracu.com

Shawna Seymour

JOHNSON

PLUMBING & HEATING LTD.

306-634-5172 Estevan, SK

(306) 634-3492

Hayden Meyer Sean Buck

Makenzie Colbow

AS

Emily Schroeder

HENDERS DRUGS 1220 4th Street, Estevan 306-634-3666

&

OILFIELD OPERATING LTD.

Safety306-634-4087 • Oilfield Consulting 106 SourisOperating Ave. North Battery Shelley Schroeder

Andy Schroeder

Cell: (306) 421-3351

Cell: (306) 421-9288

Safety Advisor

306-634-5868

Tara Dodds

M.E.T. OILFIELD CONST. LTD. TERRY DODDS (24 HRS.) (306) 634-7599 Cell. (306) 421-0316

(306) 634-0804

Gail A. Dodds CFP, CPCA Financial Consultant

Safety Sales

106 Souris Avenue N. ESTEVAN, SASK. S4A 0Z3 PHONE: (306) 634-4087 • as.oil@sasktel.net

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 2013!

Jesse Heier

Danica Friess

Spectra Place Concession

Diane & Clem Wenham 833 4th St, Estevan, SK 306-421-9549

(306) 421-2926

Jason Hengen

Preston Benning

502 6th St 306 634 2525

With pride the Board of Education and Division Office Staff of South East Cornerstone Public School Division #209 would like to congratulate each of you on your graduation. May your future be bright and filled with happiness and success in all that you do. We wish you a lifetime of achievements.

306-634-2631 516 Nesbitt Drive

Evan Tarnes

Raquel Thiessen

Breanne Van De Woestyne

Adam Vilcu

Tanner Weger-Brandow

Trisha Wells

Zachary Whitman

Evan Zohner

Dylan Jordan Kaylee Mackenzie

Brennan McClelland

306-634-3144

Alexa McGovern

306-634-8877

1210 7th Street, Estevan

Justin McGuigan

Rivers Guillas

Sarah Reeb

Kyle McLaughlin

Spencer Schindel

Jordan Torgunrud 68 Souris Ave Estevan, SK (306) 634-2654

Designing One Room at a Time 1305 6th Street • 306-636-2444

413 Kensington Ave. Estevan, SK

634-7296

Celebrate


B22 June 19, 2013

Estevan Mercury

The

Graduating

CLASS

Connor Mack

OF 2013

Dalton Irwin

Estevan

Kallie McConnell

B

Ryan Kenzie

Vincent Muli

#1 Breeze Street 306• 634•9556

Darian King

Estevan Motors Ltd.

MATT’S CAR WASH LTD.

Wyatt Garagan

Brody Stark

(306) 634-3661 Estevan, SK

Haley Klarholm

Johnathon Klassen

Paige Orser

Brittany Vanin

Corner of 4th & Souris • 306-634-3629

306-634-8255

Nolan Franklin

Austin Orsted

SURPLUS OILFIELD EQUIPMENT LTD.

WOOD COUNTRY

306-634-2630

Courtney Bill

Chandler Harkins

Lucas Lafrentz

(306) 634-5111 407 Kensington Avenue, Estevan

Shanise Monteyne

Nolan Tide

Tianna Gervais

Jeremy Godfrey

Dallas Gordey

1506 4th Street, Estevan (306) 634-8233

1305 - 9th St. Estevan 306-634-6456

www.hallfuneralservices.ca

Ed Komarnicki, MP Souris-Moose Mountain

Congratulations and best wishes for success in your future endeavours

Madison Skjonsby

Alexis Dryden

(306) 637-3802 1-888-637-3882 www.pharmasave.com

Jordan Lylyk

MID-CITY

Toll Free: 1-866-249-4697 edkomarnicki.com

Dayna Skoczylas

Justin Lafrentz

Plumbing & Heating Inc.

(306) 634-5512

Ashley Gingras

Ian Ferguson

Mike Fisher

DOREEN EAGLES, MLA ESTEVAN CONSTITUENCY OFFICE 1-306-634-7311

Amanda Gagnon


www.estevanmercury.ca

June 19, 2013 B23

Dayton Senchuk

Jayde Wallin

Dalton Shirley

301 KENSINGTON AVE., ESTEVAN PH: (306) 634-3616

1227-4th Street • Estevan 634-2423

Paige Collopy

Tairyn Thompson

Ryan Shirley

Christian Recolaso

Jazmane Penill

Dylan Raynard

Jackson Peckover

Jordan Memory

Tobias Parsons

Alexandria Neuman

Carter Nelson

1225 4th St., Estevan 306-634-1033

Dellan Debruyne

MIKE DEBRUYNE Cell: (306) 421-3348

Kayla Sibley

Congrats

to the class of 2013 grads!

Alexandria Stelnicki

Phone: (306) 634-2681

Ben McEwen

Stephan Peloquin

(306) 634-5588 Estevan, SK

Calder Clark

Karli Krantz

Eden Redman

David Kleemola

601 4 St, Estevan, SK 306-634-3212 306-634-6060 • 1010 6th Street

Taylor Cote

Chris Janssen

80 King Street, E. Estevan, SK

Dustin Vicary

Joshua Pele

Brayden Gervais

Kayla Doerr

Michael McCagherty

Rayna Gibson

Karen Samaniego

Tierny Hygard

306-634-3689

Dustin Doerr

Carter Daoust

306-421-2277 Estevan, SK

SOUTHERN PLAINS

Estevan

• Grocery • C-Store • Gas Bar • Petroleum-Ag • Touchless Car Wash


B24 June 19, 2013

Estevan Mercury

Colton Bachorcik

5 STREET Autobody th

306-634-7101

601 - 5th St., Estevan, Sk.

Tristan Burnard

Levi Wheeler

Phillippa Williams

Zachary Ballachay Brooke Pachal Kohaly, Elash & Ludwig Law Firm LLP 1312 - 4th Street, Estevan, SK 306-634-3631 www.kohalyelash.com

Taylin Dosch

Matthew Murray

Estevan,SK 306.634.5233

Corinn Zieglgansberger

Chanel Theiven

(306) 634-8889

Amy Johnson

Karissa Gustafson

Faith Livingston

Katelyn Gress

Jessie Doan

306-634-7000

1230 4th Street, Estevan Phone: 306-634-6774

137 King St, Estevan • 306-637-3560

Kolby Fleury Maddie Blischak

Audra Brewer

Girard Bulk Service Ltd. Estevan • 306-637-4370

Mathew Campbell

Taelor Bayda Tyler Dechief

Beau Duckarmie

Kaitlyn Dukart

Riley Dyck

ESTEVAN 67 Devonian St. 306 634 3009

Connor Compton

Amber Dechief

Dustin Cowan

Kensey Fedyk

306-634-4788

472 Devonian Street 306 634 3255

Kayla Duchcherer

Stevan Sandhoff Glen Peterson - Construction Ltd. 446 6th Street, Estevan 306.634.5224 (Office) 306.634.3346 (Plant)

Shelby Frehlick

62 DEVONIAN ST. ESTEVAN, SK.

PH: 637-2180

Estevan Mercury  

June 19, 2013

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