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Volume 80 • No. VOLUME 83 • 1NO. 39
FRIDAY, JULY 12TH, 2019
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All Folk’d Up wraps up 10th year by Laura Kish firstname.lastname@example.org The 10th annual All Folk’d Up Music Festival was held this past weekend in Montmartre - Paris of the Prairies showcasing an incredible lineup of musicians and artists from folk to rock and roll, soul to country. Montmartre more than doubled in population as over 900 people attended the festival throughout the three days listening to over 20 bands perform. AFU Co-ordinator Dakota Jackson and the rest of the committee do a wonderful job promoting this festival. “Lots of people are coming from farther away to attend this festival so that’s putting Montmartre on the map. Some people came to see one speciﬁc artist and they liked the weekend so much they’ve already purchased their ticket for next year.” There’s always a few changes to each year’s festival, some new things added, things done a diﬀerent way, but at the same time they are always ensuring they stick to those roots. For months leading up to the festival Open Mic nights were held once a month in Montmartre and Kipling giving amateurs a chance to perform at the festival. This idea ﬁts in with the theme of the festival. The “school of music” initiative was a great success and will be expanded for next year. “Our electronic ticketing system was new this year so that’s a learning process for everyone,” explains Jackson. This year’s festival showcased many wellknown bands including The Sampeders, Chilliwack, Tilted Kilts, Third Degree
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Despite the short shower on Saturday and the hot weather on Sunday at the All Folk’d Up Festival in Montmartre the crowd appreciated the great music from Friday night right through to late Sunday afternoon. The crowd sang along to the familiar tunes of The Stampeders on Friday night. Birnz, Blake Berglund and Dead Levee to name a few. If you were going to entice newcomers to the show what would you give them for advice? “There was a whole host of anywhere between 6 yearolds and 86 year-olds up on the dance ﬂoor dancing as hard as they could and all enjoying their time and to me that’s what All Folk’d Up is all about. It’s where families can come, there’s something for everyone – all ages from kids to grandparents. Everyone feels safe and secure.” John and Juliette Dennis of Montmartre have attended all 10 years of the All Folk’d Up festivals. “We’ve volunteered at all of them in one way or another,” comments Juliette. My husband John is going to be 80 so he may be stepping
down from the volunteering soon.” When asked what keeps bringing them back every year her reply was simply “Why would we miss this?” “It’s wonderful music and a person would usually pay $70 for one show and we don’t
have to drive!” There have been many positive comments made throughout the weekend. Children and youth were kept busy with free children’s activities. People have really enjoyed the children’s pavilion which included
so much to keep the kids entertained throughout the weekend including Face Painting, drawing and making crafts. Of course the All Folk’d Up Music Festival doesn’t just happen on its own. There are many volunteers
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Over 900 people attended the festival in Montmartre throughout the three days. Chilliwack performed on Saturday evening with Blake Berglund as the final performer on Sunday afternoon.
who help with not only the organizing and planning leading up to the festival; but, also the set-up and tear down crew, the front gate workers, merchandise tent team, 50/50 sellers, MC’s, cooks, VIP tent and sound crew, tie-dye station workers, children’s pavilion supervisors, there is honestly too many names to mention, but that does not mean they don’t deserve the greatest and humblest of thank you’s! AFU is also indebted to the sponsors who believe in the importance of this Festival. From the proﬁts of this year’s festival, a percentage will go to various organizations in Montmartre and surrounding communities and the rest goes back into talent for next year’s festival. “We had a wide variety of music and artists this year. In terms of commemorating our 10th year I think we did it pretty well,” says Jackson. “Keep your eyes posted on our website and on the Facebook page for next year’s lineup.” “We’ve had lots of recommendations as to who we should book for next year’s festival. Some have said get Dead Levee back, they’re kind of a hometown favourite already (one of the band members is from Montmartre). Some of the Open Mic contestants were amazing and they could easily do a full set. We have our big names that people enjoying seeing year after year. There’s some options and names being thrown around. We’ll continue with our Open Mic nights,” explains Jackson. Committee members and volunteers were exhausted by the end of this year’s event and by Sunday evening festival goers commented they were ‘All Folk’d Out’!
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Saskatchewan’s free fishing weekend is July 13 and 14 Saskatchewan’s annual summer free ﬁshing weekend is just around the corner. On July 13 and 14, residents and visitors to the province are welcome to ﬁsh in any of Saskatchewan’s public waters open to sport ﬁshing without purchasing a ﬁshing licence. “Free fishing weekend is a great opportunity for families and visitors to make summer memories at one of our province’s many lakes,” Environment Minister Dustin Duncan said. “And Saskatchewan oﬀers some of the best freshwater ﬁshing in the world.” Anyone planning to take part in free ﬁshing weekend should note that all other ﬁshing regulations, including possession limits, gear restrictions and size limits on some lakes and rivers, remain in eﬀect.
Free ﬁshing weekend does not apply in national parks and anyone planning on taking ﬁsh out of the province must purchase a licence. More information about fishing in Saskatchewan can be found in the 2019 Anglers’ Guide at www.saskatchewan.ca/ ﬁshing. The ﬁrst free ﬁshing weekend in Saskatchewan was held in the summer of 1989 to encourage participation in sport ﬁshing and increase public awareness about the value and diversity of angling opportunities in the province. In 2015, the province held the first winter free fishing weekend. Annually, approximately 250,000 people sport ﬁsh in Saskatchewan, including more than 50,000 out-of-province anglers.
$27,000 profit from Bobby Vargo Memorial Tourney The 7th Annual Bobby Vargo Memorial Tournament is in the books and once more the organizing committee has been overwhelmed with its success. A huge thank you to all the sponsors, Calcutta buyers and silent auction donations as well as the volunteers who worked on behalf of their groups and to all of those who attended. A special thank you to all the teams who played in the tournament through some crazy weather conditions. Your dedication to making the weekend a success does not go unnoticed. This year’s tournament was happy to work with the following local organizations: Kipling Minor Ball – Ball Park Improve-
ments, Kipling Kidcare, Kipling Fireﬁghters, Kipling Lions Club, Kipling Youth Centre, Kipling Royals Sr. Baseball Club, Kipling Skating Club, Kipling Curling Club and Blue Chair Massage & Wellness (Tamara Woroschuk). On behalf of the Vargo Family and our organizing committee we are proud to announce the 7th Annual Bobby Vargo Memorial Tournament proﬁted (after expenses) $27,000 to the groups involved. What an amazing job done by our community. Over the ﬁrst 7 years of this tournament it has generated $116,000 for the local groups involved! 19071PS1
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Congratulations to Russ Roberton, Kipling on winning the Kipling & District Lions Club mid-year draw of $500.00. Cliﬀ Clark presented on behalf of the Lions Club.
Let’s Go Out To The Ball Game! Windthorst Pirates Home Game vs Regina Red Dogs Thursday, July 11th - 6:45 Windthorst Pirates will be making a special presentation to Gerard Hengen as “Longest Serving Pirate”. Gerard is now 53 years old and retired this past year. He played since 1980 with the Pirates. The Pirates will also be drawing for a Pirates Hoodie and Pirates Hat.
Windthorst Pirates Home Game vs Regina Bucs Tuesday, July 16th - 6:45 The Pirates are going to do a jersey presentation and have Gerard throw a ceremonial first pitch. This will be the last home game before playoffs.
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Highest wholesale trade growth in Canada Wholesale trade in April was up 14.7 per cent yearover-year in Saskatchewan (seasonally adjusted), the
highest percentage increase among the provinces and well ahead of the 4.8 per cent recorded nationally.
â€œSaskatchewan has been facing signiďŹ cant economic headwinds but these positive wholesale trade statis-
tics show that job creators remain confident in our economy,â€? Trade and Export Development Minister Jeremy Harrison said. â€œWith wholesale trade be-
ing a leading indicator of other future economic indicators, it gives us optimism in our economy as we move forward.â€? In April, wholesale trade
was up to $2.4 billion. Major gains were reported year-over-year in farm products, up 13.9 per cent and miscellaneous, up 47.8 per cent.
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Stolen ATV in Grayson Melville RCMP Detachment is requesting the publicâ€™s assistance in locating the person(s) responsible for stealing a CanAm Outlander XMR 800 ATV from a residence in Grayson, Sask. The theft occurred between June 22, 2019 at midnight and June 23, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. If you have information regarding this or any other crime, please contact Melville RCMP at 306-728-1700. To report a tip anonymously, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or
Wawota News Myrna Olson Ray and Jessi Nickel, William, Callahan and Isabella have moved to Lethbridge AB where Ray is employed. Ray left last month and Jessi and the children left after school was out at the end of June. We wish them well in their new surroundings. Visiting with Harvey and Darla Leader are their daughter Renee and Terence Delley, Wylie and Portia from Bundaberg, Australia. They spent a few days at Tobain Lake and will be here until the end of the month. Continued on Page 7
visit their website: http:// saskcrimestoppers.com. Arrest made near Kennedy In the early morning hours of July 2, 2019, Carlyle RCMP were dispatched to a break and enter in progress at a business in the RM of Moose Mountain. When members arrived on scene, the suspect had left. Surveillance video from the business identiďŹ ed one adult male arriving in a vehicle that had been reported to CarnduďŹ€ RCMP as stolen from Alameda the day prior.
As a result of the investigation, a 25 year-old male from Medicine Hat, Alberta, was taken into custody at a rural property near Kennedy, Saskatchewan, without incident. He has been charged with numerous Criminal Code charges including: possession of property obtained by crime; break and enter with intent; theft under $5,000; and two counts of breach of recognizance. He made his ďŹ rst appearance in Carlyle Provincial Court on Wednesday, July 3, 2019.
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Editorial PAUSE FOR REFLECTION
Graduation and life lessons by Ken Rolheiser email@example.com www.kenrolheiser.com
Billionaire Robert F. Smith promised to pay oﬀ the college debt of 400 seniors at Morehouse College, Atlanta, amounting to $40. million dollars. All he asked in return was that they pay it forward. I shared this lesson on generosity with a Graduating class I addressed
recently. I suggested that this was the fellow they should have asked to speak at their graduation. We shared Acts 3:1-10 where Peter and John were going to the temple and met the lame man asking for help. Peter said, “I have neither silver nor gold. But I will give you what I have. In the name of Jesus Christ the Nazarene, walk!” I suggested that the
churches in Canora had something greater to oﬀer than money. Our prayer support will continue throughout their lives. And the exciting life Peter and John had, we too can have. God is calling all of us to serve as his disciples. I shared this story: Timmy’s mother asked her neighbour Shirley Goodnest if she would follow him at a distance on his first days at school. Shir-
ley agreed, since she went walking with her toddler anyway. Later Timmy’s mother asked him how he enjoyed walking to school alone. “Well I’m not really alone,” he said. “Shirley Goodnest and her daughter are following me every day.” “Does that bother you,” asked the mother? “No,” said Timmy. “It says in the bible ‘Shirley Goodnest and Marcy shall follow you all the days of your life.’ And I might as well get used to it.” “The prayer and support of your teachers, clergy, neighbours, and parents will continue through your life’s journey. GET USED TO IT!” I told them. God has also given us angels to be with us constantly. And God does not have any bad days. Think about that in a travel companion! Daily introspection and prayer assist us on our
journey. A Zen proverb says, “You should sit in meditation for twenty minutes every day — unless you’re too busy. Then you should sit for an hour.” My little checklist of advice to the Grads included: DON’T GIVE UP ON YOUR DREAMS. Sometimes they are fulfilled later in your life, God willing! Sometimes God comes up with a better plan. NOURISH YOUR SPIRITUAL LIFE. A man walks into a doctor’s oﬃce with a carrot stuck in his ear and an asparagus spear dangling from his nostril. “Doctor, I feel terrible,” he says. What’s wrong with me?” “I’m not sure,” says the doctor, “but I can tell you’re not eating right.” Feed your spirit right! Never forget your family, your church, your teachers, your community and the values they have im-
parted to you. Continue nourishing your spiritual roots, your values. BE CONCERNED ABOUT YOUR INNER BEAUTY. We get more beautiful as we get older. Just look at your parents and grandparents. A little boy was feeling down about his freckles. Grandma came to the rescue. “I like freckles,” she said. “Why, tell me one thing that is more beautiful than freckles.” The boy looked at his grandmother for a moment and said, “I know one thing more beautiful, Grandma, wrinkles.” I shared a few inspirational quotes: “Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant.” Robert Louis Stevenson If you pursue your passionate interests and make a career of them, you may never have to work a day in your life.
Letter to the editor Canada’s first Rural Economic Development Strategy and an updated Connectivity Strategy
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Last week, I had the pleasure of releasing two strategies that will help shape the future of Rural Canada. These strategies have been developed in your voice. Though we have made great strides together in recent years, including connecting 380,000 households to reliable high-speed internet, we know more must be done. Since my appointment as Canada’s ﬁrst Minister of Rural Economic Development, I have travelled the Country meeting with residents and rural leaders, who spoke of skills shortages, the pressures of global competition, and the impacts on a community’s health and sustainability from a lack of aﬀordable housing. Parents spoke of their
children moving away to be closer to higher education and reliable high-speed Internet. It is clear, for these communities, diverse geographies and climates present unique challenges and there is no one-size-ﬁts-all solution. That is why the Rural Economic Development Strategy is a roadmap for growth based on rural input, which complements our Government’s ongoing support for growing the middle class, advancing reconciliation with Indigenous peoples, and supporting diversity across the country. Our new federal Connectivity Strategy builds upon those commitments and outlines our commitment to ensure that we succeed
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General Employment Local grain farm seeks seasonal employee with potential long term employment for the right individual. Duties to include operation and basic maintenance of farm machinery such as tillage, swathing, spreading and combining. Wages starting at $20 depending on experience. Class 1A license is an asset. A willingness to learn and a class 5 license are required. Please send your resume to Joe Widdup, Box 816, Kipling, SK S0G 2S0 or firstname.lastname@example.org 37-4
Your kind words meant a lot to us during this difficult time of our Momâ€™s illness and death. Our communityâ€™s strengths come alive and pulse with your compassion and understanding. To all the people who helped us: the phenomenal support from the staff at Moose Mountain Lodge in Carlyle, the Kipling Hospital doctors and staff during Momâ€™s brief stays, to the extended family on the Knutson and Lenz sides, the pallbearers who honoured Momâ€™s last steps, to Pastor Guy, to Elsie Pearson for your soul touching music, to the Lutheran ladies for sustenance, and thank you to all for the food and cards. A special thank you also to Tubmanâ€™s Funeral Home for fulfilling Momâ€™s wishes. We appreciate everyoneâ€™s stories about our mother and Grandmother Evelyn Knutson. Gayle, Gordon, Dianna, Leslie and Alexandria
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Upcoming Events JULY 14 (Sunday): Bekevar Heritage Foundation Singspiration Church Service, Old Bekevar Church, 6 miles south on 605, 1.5 miles east at 10:00 am. Speaker: Pastor Chris Toth. Everyone welcome, barbecue to follow. Adults $15.00, children under 10 - $5.00. Please bring your lawn chairs. 39-1
JULY 14 (Sunday): Fletwode United Church Annual Church Service, 2:00 pm. Everyone welcome. Potluck lunch to follow. 37-3 JULY 24 (Wednesday): Kipling District Health Foundation AGM at 7:00 pm, Kipling Integrated Health Facility Seed Hawk Meeting Room. Everyone welcome. 39-2
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Shirley Schmidt Florence Hazell and Shirley Schmidt attended the 4H Achievement Day at Kennedy on July 2 to watch some of their great grandchildren show their animals. It was a very interesting day. Rose Pollock wants to thank the ladies that surprised her on her birthday with cake and ice cream. Herb and Bernice Haus and Florence Hazell at-
tended the Candiac 4H Achievement Day on July 3 to watch some of their great grandchildren participate with their animals. Anne Wozniak went to a birthday party on July 6 for her great grandson Calder Sydorko, son of Wade Sydorko and Staci who turned 2 years old. There was other family members who also attended.
Rudyard Manor News Evelyn Park The following guests were at the Manor on Thurs, July 4th for an Esther Barsi family gathering: Joanne Molnar of Kelowna, BC; Della Beke of Kipling and Fred Molnor of Regina, Terry and Dorothy Barsi of Regina, Bob and Nancy Bater of Edmonton, Lorie and Norman Vucis of Edmonton, Michelle and Michael Bloos of Regina, Bob,
Karen and Aiden Barsi of Stony Plain, Joanne Oszust of Regina and Richard and Dorothy Barsi of Kennedy. Rick Cardinal of Fort Quâ€™Appelle visited with Grace Szabo. Shelly Gall of Kipling, Lorie and Darwin MoďŹ€at of Kenosee Lake visited with Jane Gall during the week. Rhonda and Lester Brickley of
Kennedy visited with Doris Davis on July 9th. Don and Ruth Seidlitz of Regina and Dane Seidlitz and Shara Scott of Vancouver visited with Ethel Lauritsen during the week. Welcome to Cindy Tooke who moved into the Manor last week. Hope you enjoy living in the Manor Cindy.
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Myrna Olson Continued from Page 3 Fern (Colleen) Form, Ashton and Jesse from Paradise Hill spent some time visiting with Norm Myers and Christa and Trevor Pryce and family. They also attended Sydney Pryceâ€™s grade 12 graduation ceremony. The class of â€˜89 gathered at Daryl and Neena Johnsons last Wednesday evening. Those in attendance were Carla (Wilson) and Neil Weatherald, Colleen (de Nevers) and Lane Easton, Carey (Olson) and Jake Lamoureaux, Tony and Anne Hutchison, Kevin Wilson and James Cudmore. A good time was reported!! Happy birthday to Ruth Holmstrom who celebrated her 90th birthday last week. She had celebration with cake
at the Villa earlier in the week and on Saturday, July 6th many family and friends gathered at the Wawota Drop In for another birthday party. Some many books, so little time........ I recently read, â€œThe Professor and the Housekeeperâ€?, by Yoko Ogawa. The professor is a brilliant Math teacher who after a traumatic brain injury has only 80 minutes of short term memory. She is an astute housekeeper hired to care for him. The professorâ€™s mind is full of elegant equations from the past and he constantly makes connections from simple everyday events to the universe at large. Eventually her 10-year-old son beneďŹ ts from this relationship. I really enjoyed this story!!
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