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Game On! Young hockey buffs had an opportunity to work on their stick handling skills at the Pincher Creek Road Hockey Festival held Saturday, Sept. 10. The event was open to all youngsters, whether involved in minor hockey or not, and organizers were thrilled to have about 140 boys and girls participate in the first-time event. Full coverage and photos of the kids having a great time playing hockey and tackling the obstacle course will be included in the online version of Shootin’ the Breeze on Friday, Sept. 16. Visit www.mountainsidenews.ca.
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My Little Corner
I’ve been called an opinionated person a time or two in my life, and certainly have my own interpretation of many things! Even so, I have chosen to reserve only a little corner of the paper for those thoughts of the publisher/editor. This past week has flown by as we prepared for the debut issue of Shootin’ the Breeze. I’ve spent time throughout the distribution area meeting business owners and chatting with people on the street about what we’re doing. Most of the feedback has been positive, although not 100 per cent of course! Through my travels and research in the past few months I’ve been impressed by the neat shops, the fascinating people,
and the variety of events offered in the region that we have chosen to cover. Last week I overheard one shopkeeper describe himself as “a husband’s dream” in reference to the variety of items on his shelves to appeal to women, and visited with a business owner and his daughter who really knew how to shoot the breeze! I learned how real chocolate is made, and came across many interesting story ideas. I felt heartsick for the Hebert family of Sparwood and thrilled for them when Kienan was returned home. I watched enthusiastic kids play street hockey for hours despite the heat, and now can’t wait to see what next week brings! - Shannon Robin, Publisher
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Sandy Breckenridge could barely contain her excitement as she prepared to make the first vacation-amonth draw on behalf of the Windy Slopes Health Foundation on Sept. 2. As chairperson of the foundation, Sandy is the only person in town who isn’t allowed to purchase a ticket for this fundraising event. From the grin on her face though, you might think that she is the winner of the draw herself! The Windy Slopes Health Foundation was formed in Pincher Creek in 1998 as a fundraising tool to enhance health care for patients in the local hospital. Since then, the foundation has raised almost one million dollars toward this cause. With 375 of the available 450 tickets sold as of Sept. 2, approximately $10,000 has been raised which will be used for maternity suite upgrades. Draws are made on the first business Monday of each month, and this was the first of the 12 draws. As shown in the photo, Sandy was beaming as she drew the names of the first big winners. A few minutes later she was sharing the news with Frieda Bruns of Pincher Creek that she was the winner of a Caribbean cruise valued at $2,400. The next phone call was to Ken Heppner, to let him know that he was the recipient of a $100 cash prize.
Being privy to only one side of the conversation, it was hard to tell who was more excited about winning the trip -- Sandy or Frieda! Speaking with Frieda afterward, it was obvious that she is thrilled about the prize. She has the option of taking the Caribbean trip as drawn, or the equivalent amount in cash toward a trip to a destination of her choice. At the moment she says that “time will tell” where she’ll end up! She is interested in the Caribbean but her husband thinks an Alaskan cruise would be great … Trips for two can be tricky indeed! As testimony that it’s never too late to get a ticket, it turns out that Frieda had purchased her ticket the day prior to the draw. With this in mind, if you don’t already have a ticket, you still have great odds of winning. Tickets can be picked up at the admitting desk at the Pincher Creek hospital for $100 each. The next draw will take place on Monday, Oct. 3 with a Kimberley coach tour up for grabs. This British Columbia vacation includes a four night stay for two people and is valued at over $1200. There will also be a second place draw for $100 cash. Take advantage of this opportunity to make a difference in the community and perhaps win a fantastic vacation at the same time.
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Big Decisions for Granum
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The Claresholm branch of the Royal Canadian Legion is hosting a horseshoe tournament on Saturday, Sept. 17. Entrants will be aiming for ringers, leaners, and even singles with their throws from the pit. Entries are still being accepted by phoning the Legion hall at 403-6253755, or Myra at 403-625-2186. For a $15 entry fee, horseshoe tossers will enjoy a day of fun along with lunch and prizes. Registration is at 10 a.m., and play begins at 11 a.m. Everyone is welcome to join in the fun! The Legion’s weekly meat draw will also be taking place from 3 to 5 p.m. in the lounge. The Legion hosts a variety of events such as dart leagues, euchre games, jam sessions, and cribbage play. New members, volunteers, and event participants are always welcome.
Alberta Municipal Affairs staff are hosting a public meeting in Granum on Tuesday, Sept. 20. The purpose of the meeting is to update residents regarding the dissolution study for the town. The study, feedback from town residents and the councils of the Town of Granum and the Municipal District of Willow Creek, and results from an upcoming non-binding public vote will be used to determine whether the Minister of Municipal Affairs will recommend dissolution of the Town of Granum to the provincial Cabinet. Concerned residents are encouraged
to attend the Sept. 20 meeting to be held at the Granum School at 7 p.m. A non-binding vote of town residents will be held on Monday, Sept. 26 at the Granum Golf and Country Club from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. The question on the ballot will be: “Are you in favor of dissolving the Town of Granum to become part of the Municipal District of Willow Creek No. 26?” Contact Linda Reynolds or Kai So with your questions by dialing 3100000, then 780-427-2225 for a toll free call.
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Have you always wanted to play the guitar but never got around to it? Come learn basic chords and licks to old classics and standards. Can’t read music? No problem – this is a ‘hands-on’ group class – no previous music experience is necessary. Students must be 14 and older and will need to supply their own acoustic guitar.
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An Evening with Duane Steele
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Alberta’s own Duane Steele will be performing in the area this weekend. The solo acoustic concerts create an intimate atmosphere with the Canadian singer/songwriter as he shares the stories behind many of his lyrics.
Friday evening you can find Duane performing at the Claresholm Inn starting at about 9 p.m. On Saturday he will head south to the Alberta Hotel in Pincher Creek for a show also beginning around 9 p.m.
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Winnipeg’s F-Holes quintet are on the menu at the Twin Butte General Store at 8 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 15. The band’s style is a mixture of oldtime music, Dixieland jazz, roots, and party band tunes. The group named themselves after the f-hole. This f-shaped sound hole is found on the body of instruments such as violins, arched-top guitars, and lutes. What did you think the headline meant? Their second album, “Angel in the Corner” was released in late August, so fans of the group can look forward to hearing the latest tunes.
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Pincher Creek Pro Rodeo Sponsors! LUCKY HORSESHOES: Beeken Electric Ltd. Deep Hole Locky Bell M & M Motors Pincher Creek Meat & Deli Signs Unlimited Sure Glass Wrangler Compton Petroleum Dustin Flundra Mammoet Pincher Creek Veterinary Clinic Sonny’s Lock & Key Top Hand Industrial Services Damberger Trucking & McRae Holdings Luigi’s Pizza & Steak House Mayer Construction Rocky Mountain Mechanical Service Sorge Trucking Ltd. YU Cattle Company
LITTLE BUCKAROOS: A & W Restaurant Ames Insurance Chinook Pipelines Inc. Creekside Dental Clinic Dr. Greg Steed & Dr. Mark Leishman Excuses Tavern & the Alberta Hotel Liquor Store Majestick Holidays & Travel Ltd. Mrs. P’s Coffee Corner Pincher Creek Echo Riteline Electric Sudsy’s Super Wash The Co-operators Walmart Supercentre Allied Auto Parts & OK Tire & Auto Service Back Country Butchering Cowley Restaurant Cypress Group Dunlop Ford
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MISS RODEO & LITTLE MISS RODEO PINCHER CREEK: Burwash Brand Horse Gear High Country Western Wear Ruffles C & D Floral Kelly McRae Silversmiths Endurotek Robin & Co. C.A. HONORABLE MENTION: Blackburn Jewellers Fox Theatre Tim Horton’s Celestial Sweets MD of Pincher Creek Town of Pincher Creek Fas Gas Pincher Office Products
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Feel the Thunder It’s hockey weekend in Coleman! Western Hockey League fans will be able to get their fill at the third annual Thunder Challenge. Team members of the Calgary Hitmen, the Kootenay Ice and the Lethbridge Hurricanes will have a chance to show off their skills at the Coleman Sportsplex. The Crowsnest Pass Minor Hockey Association has a membership of about 70 families, and this event is the group’s primary fundraiser. Members are required to pre-sell 15 tickets and fill volunteer positions throughout the weekend. Benefits of the sporting event are felt directly by the membership. Membership fees for minor hockey players have not increased in the past four years as a result of the association’s major fundraiser. Fans can participate in a silent auction event. A Boston Bruins jersey,
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If you’re looking for a way to get more fun into your life, come and hear one of our live entertainment acts. Pull up a chair and listen to some great music or get on the dance floor and show off your moves. With our great line-up of entertainers, there’s something for everyone.
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signed by the 2011 Stanley Cup champions will be on the auction block. Half of the final bid amount will be donated to the Crowsnest Pass chapter of KidSport in memory of Rick Rypien. There are 50/50 draws during each game, with average payouts of $300. Another special event allows fans to purchase sponge pucks and try to shoot them through the open window of a vehicle driving around the ice. The winner will receive half of the amount of the puck sales. If more than one shooter is successful, a draw will be made to determine the winner. Lisa Larson, secretary/registrar of the Crowsnest Pass Minor Hockey Association, feels that the Thunder Challenge is good for the community and credits the event with “bringing hockey back to the Crowsnest Pass.” Visit www.crowsnestpassminorhockey.com for further details.
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It would be fabulous if our small staff could be present at all of the community and school functions, and in our sample edition last week a desire for someone to perfect the “Beam me up, Scotty” technique of the old Star Trek days was shared. Wouldn’t that be great? Please share your sports schedules, photos, scores, and highlights with us by calling 403-904-2227 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. This shot was taken during the final minutes of a narrow win by the Pincher Creek Junior Mustangs over their Coaldale opponents Sept. 10.
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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 1 888 836-9786 Pincher Creek Legion Notes It’s membership renewal time! 2011 memberships to the Pincher Creek Royal Canadian Legion #43 are due and must be paid between Sept. 1 and Nov. 30. With your paid membership you are eligible for an early bird draw, so there is great incentive to renew now! There will be a general meeting in the club room at the Legion Hall on Sept. 25 at 2 p.m. and all members are encouraged to attend. Crib and darts are starting up this month, and plans are in the works for
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Shootin’ the Breeze is found in the the Vet’s Luncheon, prime rib and lobfollowing communities: ster dinner, and the annual Halloween Beaver Mines Frank dance all coming up in October. Bellevue Granum The steak pit is always open, and Blairmore Hillcrest patrons are reminded that booking Hillspring Brocket ahead allows staff to serve you best. Castle Mountain Nanton Meat draws are held every Saturday Claresholm Pincher Creek afternoon from 3 to 5 p.m. The atmoColeman Sparwood Cowley Stavely sphere is light and fun, and this is a Fernie Twin Butte great source of income for the Legion. Fort Macleod Waterton Bookings are now being taken for Complimentary copies are availChristmas parties with catering by the able at many fine merchants ... support Ladies Auxiliary available. your local businesses!
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