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Raise the Roof committee gets closer to goal
photo by Robin Tarnowetzki LeRoy pulled together to raise money toward a new rink at the Raise the Roof committeeâ€™s auction on June 27, which also featured activities for children and an agriculture information session. See â€œLeRoyâ€? on page 4.
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Game recap By Morley Sowa Sports Contributor Game one was an intense game, but a solo home run by Danish batter, Alex Brewerton, was all Denmark needed to get by, winning 1-0. Merchants pitcher, Justin Dauvin, explains why his team fell in game one. “We were a little bit rusty coming into the first game being that we hadn’t played in a while, so it was good to get those first few innings out of the way, and get back on track.” Game two was up next, and fans witnessed a slugfest in the five inning game. Bruno took a 3-0 lead to start off the top of the first, but Denmark replied with one of their own in the bottom half of the first. The two teams scored several runs through innings two through four, knotting the game up at 6-6. The Merchants took over the fifth inning, exploding for nine huge runs, including four home runs and a grand slam, leading Denmark 15-6 going into the bottom half of five. Denmark put a sense of fright into the Merchants, racking up seven runs, but falling just short, with Bruno taking the second game by an unusual score of 15-13. “The top of five really got us going,” said Justin Dauvin. “Timely hitting cost us game one, but we were able to adjust, and our sluggers got us the win here in game two.” Denmark had played games in Regina and Saskatoon before coming to Bruno and really enjoyed the experience of playing in a small town. “It was a great experience playing here. We’ve played seven games in three days, so it’s a great prep for us before playing at Worlds,” said Denmark manager, Jens Terkelsen.
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Despite being a rural, agricultural town off a major highway, Bruno got a visit from Denmark on June 24 in the form of two exhibition games between the Bruno Merchants fastball team and Team Denmark, which is competing in the ISF Men’s World Championship in Saskatoon until July 5. “With the countries coming to Saskatoon for the Worlds, they are usually here a week in advance to get acclimated. In the meantime, they like to play a few exhibition games,” said Merchants coach Ray Bender. This actually isn’t a first for the team: back in 1988, when the Worlds were held in Saskatoon, the Bruno Merchants played Team Denmark in an exhibition game. The current coach of the Denmark team was a player back then, and Bender thinks that’s why they wanted to play in Bruno. It cost the Merchants $1,500 to bring Team Denmark out to Bruno, and admission was charged for the exhibition games to offset some of those costs. The teams played two backto-back games. Both were fairly close: the first was 1-0 for Denmark, while the second was 1513 for Bruno. Bender said Bruno and Denmark were of the same caliber, but they may have a tough time playing Team Canada, since Team Canada is rated higher than Denmark. About 300 people came out to take in the game on the warm, sunny day. “It was nice to see the crowd
out there,” Bender said. The standout moment for Bender was in the second game, when the Merchants were behind 8-6 and ended up scoring nine runs in the last inning to get the win. Afterward, Danish and Canadians mingled and had supper and some drinks. Bender said most speak English pretty well. Team Denmark had played several games around the province prior to the Bruno game, and were very happy with their experiences. “They said they were getting treated pretty well,” Bender said. “They were very happy with the hospitality.”
photo by Robin Tarnowetzki Denmark kicks off game two against the Bruno Merchants on June 24.
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People pig out at annual Hogfest By Robin tarnowetzki Journal staff writer
Twelve hogs went into feeding an estimated 750-800 people at Englefeld’s 44th annual Hogfest on June 26-28. The celebration is a fundraiser for Englefeld’s recreation board and will go toward any needed improvements in the arena and clubs in town, such as the dance club. Though the dinner was the centerpiece, attendees could also take in slo-pitch, basketball, a wiener roast, fireworks, kids’ activities, a penny auction, a dance, and a pancake breakfast. Attendance was a bit down, but the organizers were expecting that, as it shared the weekend with events in St. Gregor and LeRoy. “I expect that will affect us a little bit but I don’t think it will be anything ma-
jor,” said Charlie Biemans, president of the recreation board. It certainly didn’t look like it affected the event: the arena was packed full of people for the dinner, and the lineups were long. Biemans said the weekend overall went very well and that the weather was great. This year’s Hogfest stuck to a formula and didn’t do anything different from other years. However, next year is the 45th Hogfest, which is going to be held in conjunction with Englefeld’s 100th anniversary. Biemans said there will be a parade and trade show, among other events. “A lot of people come home for Hogfest. They treat it like Christmas,” Biemans said. “There are lots of people here I know, and lots of people I don’t … We have a pretty good draw here.”
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Viscount news By Sandra Reid Correspondent On Saturday June 27, it was the last Viscount Seniors fundraising breakfast until September 12. Twenty people came out to eat and visit. Mary Joan Young and Chris Rault did the cooking and cleaning for the breakfast. The loonie pot winner was Moe Kirzinger. A draw was done for the last loonie pot until September 12 and the winner of that one was Chris Rault. The great grandmas for the penpal/reading program were invited to the Viscount Central School Gymnasium on June 24 for the Great Grandma Tea. We enjoyed two delightful plays that the students performed. They both were awesome! Then we had tea and some fantastic goodies. Each great grandma was presented with a gift and the penpals were presented with a gift from their great grandma reading buddies. We are all looking forward to next year. Ryan Heritage welcomed all to our annual awards afternoon on June 18 with his assistants, Evan Hanson and Joan Gress. Awards and winners are as follows: St. John’s Lutheran Church Youth Group general Proficiency - Abby Kirzinger St. John’s Lutheran Church Youth Group Most Improved – Tegan Hendricks
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LeRoy Raise the Roof committee raises funds
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The LeRoy Raise the Roof committee offered kidsâ€™ activities, an auction, and ag info session during its auction on June 27 to raise money for the new rink in LeRoy.
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Rally for Parkinsonâ€™s in St. Gregor successful again
photo by Robin Tarnowetzki Attendees could take in an auction, motorcycles, a cookoff, and more at the 5th annual Shake, Rattle, and Roll motorcycle rally in St. Gregor to raise funds and awareness for Parkinsonâ€™s disease. By Robin tarnowetzki Journal staff writer
The roars of motorcycles drifted across the small town of St. Gregor for the Shake, Rattle, and Roll Rally for Parkinsonâ€™s Disease on June 27. The fundraiser to raise awareness and funds for Parkinsonâ€™s disease is in its fifth year and boasted a silent and live auctions, a putting competition, a show and shine, horseshoe tournament, chili cookoff, and pancake breakfast. â€œTo date, we have donated over $88,000 to Parkinsonâ€™s research,â€? said organizer Wanda Kiefer. The number does not include this yearâ€™s rally, which does not have the total amount tallied yet. The rally started when Kiefer â€™s husband, John, was diagnosed with
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Parkinsonâ€™s at age 41. Kiefer decided she wanted to do something to help and started looking for ideas. Since John and his brothers are avid motorcyclists, she and a friend came up with the idea of having a motorcycle rally. â€œIt just kind of went from there,â€? she said. The rally gets riders from all over Saskatchewan, Alberta, Manitoba, and British Columbia. This year, the Kiefersâ€™ nephew rode his bike from Victoria to participate. She said one thing she noticed was that there are a lot of motorcyclists right in the region. Kiefer said the rally has â€œabsolutelyâ€? grown in its five years of existence. â€œThat was our goal: to put St. Gregor on the map, and I have to say we pretty much did that,â€? she said.
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Itâ€™s summer, which means there are going to be thunderstorms. To prevent sewage from backing up into your basement, SGI recommends that homeowners get a back water valve. â€œWhen you have a sewer backup in your home, youâ€™re dealing with raw sewage seeping into every nook and corner of your basement, damaging or ruining everything it touches â€“ your walls, your carpet, your
furniture, your electronics â€“ the list goes on and on. It can be extremely labour intensive and costly to clean up that damage,â€? said Don Thompson, VP of Product Management with SGI Canada, in a news release. â€œHomeowners may not realize they are vulnerable â€“ but itâ€™s actually a very common problem in our province, and one you can avoid if you take the proper steps like installing a sewer back water valve.â€? The valve is installed on the main sewer line. If thereâ€™s a heavy rain and
the public sewer system becomes overwhelmed, the valve helps stop that by cutting off the main line so sewage doesnâ€™t enter the house. Kelley Brinkworth, manager of media relations with SGI, said that itâ€™s one of those things homeowners donâ€™t think about until something catastrophic happens. The initial cost can be $1,500- $3,000. â€œItâ€™s just to get people thinking about it so that it could be something they could do in advance of any kind of storm hitting,â€? Brinkworth said,
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Even social change affects farming
Calvin Daniels It is increasingly obvious that much in our world moving forward will not be imposed by government regulation, but rather by the philosophies put forward by big business. An example of the power business holds came clearly into focus recently after so much attention was focused on the symbolism of the Confederate flag in the United States in the
wake of the massacre in Charleston, which left nine African-Americans dead in their church. The shooter, 21-yearold Dylann Roof, has confessed to the murders, and has been quoted as wanting to start a race war. A widely-circulated photo of the shooter holding a gun and a Confederate flag brought the debate of the flagâ€™s racist toots to the forefront, becoming quickly a political football. Some politicians have called for the flagâ€™s removal, at least from public buildings; others defending the flag just as adamantly. Meanwhile, big business has taken action on the issue. Walmart, Amazon, eBay and Sears all announced bans on the
sale of Confederate flag merchandise. â€œThe announcements are the latest indication that the flag, a symbol of the slave-holding South, has become toxic in the aftermath of a shooting last week at a historic African-American church in Charleston, South Carolina,â€? Gov. Nikki Haley announced in a Monday afternoon news conference, saying that she supports removing the Confederate flag from the state capitol grounds,â€? CNN reported. The business decision in this case is a powerful one of social awareness in regards to what the flag means for a large portion of their customers. Not all decisions are popular of course, even 15071SWW1
those which fall on the correct side of contentious debates. In January 2012, Starbucks joined Microsoft and Nike in announcing support of a Washington state bill to legalize same-sex marriage, which ultimately passed. There was a backlash from anti-gay groups against Starbucks, but the company has remained steadfast. â€œIf you feel respectfully that you can get a higher return [than] the 38% you got last year, itâ€™s a free country,â€? said Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, during the annual shareholders meeting on March 21. â€œYou could sell your shares at Starbucks and buy shares in other companies,â€? detailed www. money.cnn.com. So how does this relate to farming? Well as business flexes its muscles in terms of determining which direction the broader society will go, some
of their decisions will impact how we farm in the future. Itâ€™s already happening, actually. The Western Producer website (www.producer. com) recently published a story on a company pushing dairy producers in a particular direction. â€œSaputo, a Montreal based dairy processor, says it will refuse milk from farms that fail to treat cows humanely,â€? began the story. â€œThe new policy is expected to be implemented across Saputoâ€™s operations in Canada, the United States, Australia and Argentina. â€œIn a June 1 news release, the company announced it would not accept milk from farms that dock tails or that fail to administer pain control for dehorning and disbudding of calves.â€? That may seem like a reasonable decision, although the farm practices they want adjusted have been long-standing
ones. While pain control may be reasonable, it does add costs to the farm - costs the company, nor are consumers likely to rush to cover through his payments for product. The concern for farmers is how far business may go in mandating farm practices. The possibilities can be both positive in terms of influence, and could just as easily be detrimental. Consider a large food chain not accepting any foods which were not certified to have not been sprayed with glyphosate in the wake of the recent report from the International Agency for Research on Cancer, (IARC), an arm of the World Health Organization, that the product is a potential carcinogen. While farmers may have a limited voice with big business decisions, they should at least be poised to be part of debates which are sure to come.
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Baseball madness in Muenster By Robin Wark Sports Writer Muenster was in a diamond daze this past weekend. Displaying the passion for the sport that earned it induction into the Saskatchewan Baseball Hall of Fame, Muenster was the site of a trio of baseball tournaments June 27-28. Local teams were successful with the hometown Muenster Peewee Red Sox winning. The Humboldt Dodgers triumphed at the Humboldt Bantam Tournament they hosted in Muenster. A Muenster Mosquito Tournament was also held. Garret Korte, one of the organizers of the baseball extravaganza, noted it was a â€œvery successful tournament in all divisions.â€? Peewee Red Sox Win In the â€œAâ€? final of the Muenster Peewee Tournament, the hometown Red Sox prevailed in an exciting 10-9 win over the Saskatoon Blue Jays. â€œWe have had really close games with the Saskatoon Blue Jays all year,â€? Muenster coach Joel Taphorn wrote in an email interview. â€œThis was a game that could have gone either way.â€?
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Muenster Mosquito Tournament In the mosquito ranks, Lloydminster beat Dinsmore 8-3 in the â€œAâ€? final. Lloydminster was undefeated in the tournament. The Muenster Red Sox went 1-1 in pool play and made it to the â€œBâ€? final. They fell 3-0 in extra innings to Unity.
Plunkett news By Deloris Sutherland Correspondent Correction: in last weekâ€™s paper it should read Earl (not Carl) and his son Boyd Langston of Leduc, Alta., went to Ontario to fish. Hope everyone had a good Fatherâ€™s Day! A memorial service was held last Friday for Norma Pastor. Our deepest sympathy is extended to Michael Pastor and his family from Plunkett folks. In town here we received a nice light rain recently. Sympathy goes out to the family of Dorothy Dmith of Watrous on her recent passing. Dennis and Leona Credgeur had their three grandchildren here last weekend. The penpal great-grandmas are attending a tea on June 24 at Viscount School. Wendy Bishop and a group of ladies that she works with went on a canoeing trip in the northern lakes for a few days. Here Iâ€™m enclosing a weed killer spray:
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DZURICH: John Sept. 4, 1934 - June 15, 2015 Mr. John Dzurich of Humboldt, SK, passed away peacefully at Humboldt District Hospital on Monday, June 15, 2015, at the age of 80 years. John was born in Nokomis, SK, to Joseph and Katie (nee Tkach) Dzurich on September 4, 1934. On February 14, 1972, he married Lydia Hasz. John was a farmer, barber and auctioneer. He enjoyed having coffee with the guys on coffee row, both in Humboldt and Nokomis. He is survived by his loving wife and best friend, Lydia (nee Hasz) Dzurich of Humboldt; mother-in-law, Joan Hasz, and sisters-in-law, Andrea Hasz and Jacqui McAfee, all of Regina, SK; and by two nieces, Roberta McAfee-Hasz of Edmonton, AB, and Mandy McAfee-Hasz of Regina. He was predeceased by his father, Joseph Dzurich (September 1977); his mother, Katie (nee Tkach) Dzurich (March 1945); and by his brother-in-law, Eltyn Hasz (September 2011). The Funeral Service was held at St. Andrewâ€™s Anglican Church, Humboldt, on Tuesday, June 23, 2015, at 10:30 a.m., officiated by The Reverend Paula Foster and The Reverend Jack Robson. Others taking part were Katie Nichol and Shirley Armstrong, music ministry; Barrie Broad and Les Olchoway, giftbearers; Jerry Decker, eulogist; and Helen Weyland, memorial table attendant. Active pallbearers were Dean Hobman, Dave Wesling, Fabian Paydli, Bob Hendry, Frank Sotski and Lavern Sobus. A Graveside Service with interment took place at Nokomis Cemetery on Tuesday, June 23 at 3:00 p.m. Memorial donations may be directed to Humboldt District Hospital Foundation Palliative Care Unit or to a charity of your choice. Schuler-Lefebvre Funeral Chapel, Humboldt, SK.
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