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WEYBURN & AREA VOLUME 2 ISSUE 4

Farm Safety Weddings That Wow Classic Car Restoration Fall Fashion Must Haves

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WEYBURN & AREA www.refinedweyburn.com Volume 2 Issue 4 2017 Editor Tonya Lambert Design Ghislaine Moffitt Jade Danyluik

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mpowered women empower women. I love this saying and feel it’s the perfect heading for our cover feature. You may see some familiar or new faces on the cover this issue. We have Nancy McMahon, owner of N.M. McMahon; Kendra Johnson, owner of Silver Rose; Tammy Lawrence-Bhimji, owner of The Dance Zone School of Dancing; Christy Sanderson, owner of Old Fashion Foods; Pam Molde, owner of Evelyn Lane Ladies Wear and myself. I felt honoured when my staff suggested that I should be a part of this feature and knowing the importance of promoting your business, I knew they were right. I felt inspired by the other women as they joined this feature and told us their story. As you read through this feature you will learn about this group of strong, intelligent and beautiful individuals. They are women I admire. At ReFINEd we are so fortunate to work with an amazing group of people. Thank you to our photographers, Jon Gillies and Vanessa Lanktree, our designer Ghislaine Moffitt and our editor Tonya Lambert. Brent and Gayleen Stephenson, owners of Weimer’s Hometown, let us use their building for the backdrop in this issue’s cover shot. Pam Molde with Evelyn Lane Ladies Wear provided the women on the cover with clothing from the Frank Lyman collection. This is a lovely clothing line, so diverse, it had something that suited everyone’s style. In this issue you will read about the amazing benefits of the germanium stone. We have another article on farm safety. This is an important topic with harvest in full swing. Please stay safe. There is also a fun recipe to try with your family called “Witch Fingers”. Britany and I used to make these as kids and had so much fun doing it. I’m confident your family will, too. I want to give a special thank you to Britany and Monica for doing an amazing job with the magazine while I took a step back to have some new mama time with my daughter. I’m looking forward to jumping back in and talking to everyone soon. Monica will be making a career change; she was a wonderful addition to our team. We wish her the best in her new endeavor at the Chamber of Commerce. Thank you, Monica! Happy Reading!

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Cover Photography Vanessa Lanktree Photography Cover Clothing Evelyn Lane Ladies Wear – Frank Lyman Collection Photography Images By Gillies Kim Schneider Vanessa Lanktree Photography Contributing Writers Dawna Watson Jaime Johnson Susan Gellert Tonya Lambert Marketing Executives

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Monica Gilchrist We wish Monica all the best with her new position at the Chamber of Commerce.

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DEPARTMENTS 8 | YOUR HEALTH The Benefits of Germanium Stones 32 | STYLE & BEAUTY Fall Fashion 2017 36 | COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT The Heart of a Community 38 | EVENTS CALENDAR 47 | DINING GUIDE 50 | AT HOME Making the Most of your Mudroom 55 | REALTOR DIRECTORY 66 | BUSINESS & INDUSTRY Why You Should Hire Professionals 71 | MOTORING Classic Car Restoration

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COVER FEATURE: Empowered Women Empower Women

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AGRICULTURE FEATURE: Farm Safety - Everyone’s Responsibility


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YOUR HEALTH

The Benefits of Germanium Stones

Germanium plates found in the HELO LX

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ermanium is a shiny, silverlooking metalloid. Every atom of germanium is made up of 32 electrons. Like carbon and silicon, germanium has four outer electrons that are ‘free’, meaning they lack the strong bonds that hold the inner electrons in place. This is what makes these three elements good semiconductors; it is also what is believed to be behind many of the health benefits attributed to germanium stones in bracelets. When germanium stones are worn next to the skin*, these free or unstable electrons are thought to attract excess electrons within the body. Due to the

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many electronic and electrical devices that surround us in our daily life in the 21st century (televisions, mobile phones, computers, microwaves and many more), we are continually inundated by electrons, leaving our bodies with an excessive number of electrons. The removal of these excess electrons restores balance to the body.

While scientific studies have yet to prove the health benefits of wearing germanium stones, anecdotal evidence credits these beautiful bangles with many positive physical affects. These include relief from joint and muscle pain, improved blood circulation, reduced muscle stiffness, less fatigue and stress, decreased water retention and swelling, and increased oxygen levels.

In addition, germanium emits Far Infrared Rays (F.I.R.). These are harmless energy waves. When the F.I.R. emanating from a germanium bracelet resonates with the F.I.R. being emitted by the body, circulation is enhanced. This, in turn, stimulates cellular function.

For more information visit www.bw.helo.life.

YOUR HEALTH

*Germanium should never be ingested.


WEDDING FEATURE AT KING’S DEPARTMENT STORE we understand the importance of your wedding day; it is a beautiful part of your special love story. We take the time to ensure your experience of picking out the perfect tux or suit is top notch. This is one of the most significant days in your life and our years of experience have given us the knowledge to get you set up with what you need to make your day stress free and special. Along with a large selection of formal wear options for men, we also provide the accessories you need to look your best, including vests, cummerbunds, ties and shoes. A visit to King’s will ensure you are dressed to impress.

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Weddings that Wow!

TOP TRENDS FOR 2017 By Tonya Lambert

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From your food to your flowers to your face, the top wedding trend in 2017 is au naturel. Inspired by the growing green movement, the move towards a simpler way of life and Pantone’s colour selection for 2017 – greenery, today’s brides and grooms are being inspired by the natural environment. Expect to see lots of flowers and foliage, woods, stones and metals at this year’s weddings. Décor Details The wedding venues of 2017 will be filled with natural forms. Decorative accents on tables and walls will be products of the earth – wood, flowers, foliage, marble and metals. Potted plants are popular, especially large potted trees bringing the outdoors indoors. Garden-inspired florals and great bursts of greenery will be everywhere – foliage-filled table runners, canopies of flowers, garlands of greenery. Many couples are choosing to mix metals – rose gold, yellow gold, copper and silver - into their décor. This may include the cutlery and candlesticks, ribbons and runners. Subtle splashes of metal make any wedding look marvelous. Contemporary couples are often opting for socially- and environmentallyconscious choices when planning their special day. Printing invitations on recycled paper and using in-season and locallysourced flowers and foods are current trends. Gifting flowers and greenery to local nursing homes after the reception is another increasingly common occurrence.

Creative Cakes As with the décor, the cakes of 2017 are inspired by the natural world. Woodland-themed cakes will be common with icing modeled after tree trunks and garnishes of real flowers. There is also a move towards geology-inspired cakes: icing that looks like marble in the wedding’s theme colours; great gorgeous geodes

made with brightly-coloured sugar crystals; metallics, such as edible gold leaf, serving as everything from the base icing to tiny lace garnishes. Other brides and grooms take the movement towards a more natural cake in another direction, opting for a naked or semi-naked cake that reveals the many delicious layers of cake just waiting to be eaten. Some go a step further and incorporate organic jam fillings and toppings of fresh fruit or edible flowers. There is no end to the ways that the world of nature can inspire a creative couple and a talented decorator.

Hair, Makeup & The Dress Today’s blushing brides have moved away from the heavy makeup of yesteryear in favour of a more natural look. The brides of 2017 are opting for an enhanced everyday look with long lush lashes that really make the eyes pop in photographs. Braids, whether worn long down the back or tucked into an artistic updo, are popular in keeping with the trend towards simplicity and naturalness. Many brides are also choosing to incorporate accessories into their hairdos. Flowers are being woven into braids. Artfully placed brooches of glittering metals, colourful stones and lustrous pearls are all the rage. In keeping with the nature theme, today’s dresses favour 3D-embellishments of romantic floral details or wonderfully whispy feathers. Additional flowers or feathers tucked into an artful updo or bohemian braid bring the look together. Geodes and gemstones, marble and metals, flowers and foliage…the weddings of 2017 have been greatly influenced by our natural surroundings. A growing awareness of and appreciation for the environment coupled with this year’s greenery colour are just two of the reasons behind this delightful trend.

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ENJOY THE EXPERIENCE

Custom Jewellery Design at York Jewellers

PHOTO ABOVE Ryan York, CAD/CAM Jewellery Designer LEFT TOP Finished rendering LEFT BOTTOM Rendering in progress

Jewellery is all about the experience. Whether you are designing or choosing, giving or getting, there is a special story behind every piece of jewellery. Perhaps it is a speciallydesigned necklace made from the gold in your grandma’s wedding ring. Maybe it is a carefullycrafted ring with the birthstones of each of your children. There are so many stories, and each of them is as unique as the people connected with the jewellery.

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or nearly 40 years, York Jewellers has been playing a part in many of these memorable tales. The store carries a wide assortment of rings, bracelets, necklaces and earrings by such well-known designers as Giovanni Vacarro, Keith Jack, Shelley Purdy and many more. Their stately turnof-the-century oak cabinets also display quality watches, like Avi-8, Welder, Fossil and Citizen, together with a selection of cases to store and protect them when they are not being worn. York Jewellers now also provides customers with an advanced custom jewellery design studio and gemological appraisal services. Ryan York, CAD/CAM jewellery designer, and Raeghan Schmidt, graduate gemologist, trained in these specialized fields at the Gemological Institute of America and are now offering this ultimate combination of professional services right here in Weyburn.

“I’ve always been artistic and into designing things,” explains Ryan. “So, learning to design unique pieces of jewellery was a natural fit.” Whether you would like to redesign some existing jewellery, such as an heirloom piece, or want to start from scratch, Ryan and Raeghan can help make your ideas a reality. Ryan can suggest many different design ideas, explaining how a specific piece will be made, the strengths of various metals as well as how the stones will be placed to make it secure while giving it the best visual impact. Raeghan can explain the properties of different gemstones and how various cuts can change the appearance of a stone. “Raeghan can tell you literally anything about any stone,” says Ryan, “from where it comes from to its different aspects.” A gemologist like Raeghan is trained to identify and assess the value of

diamonds and other gemstones. For example, if you were to bring in a red gemstone for identification, Raeghan could tell you if it was a beryl, diamond, garnet, ruby or tourmaline. As prices vary greatly between various types of gemstones, knowing what you have or are acquiring can make a big difference. This is especially important from an insurance point-of-view: it ensures that you have a detailed description of the stone and know its worth in the event of an unfortunate loss. Once Ryan has a good idea of the design you want, he will use a special computer program to create a 3D Hi-Resolution rendering of it for your approval. Want to see what it would look like with a different stone or metal? No problem. Ryan can quickly make the change. Want to add a detail? Ryan can easily make the alterations. When the picture of your dream piece appears on the screen, Ryan

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will talk with the manufacturer to obtain a quote for you. Once the price is agreed upon, work will begin on the next chapter in your story. Ryan’s designs range from classic to extraordinary, allowing your dreams to become a reality. “If you can think of it, it’s possible,” says Ryan. “Whether you know exactly what you want or just have the beginnings of an idea, I will work with you and within your budget to design a distinctive piece that will delight you.” The more information you share about yourself and/or the recipient of the jewellery, the easier it is for Ryan to create the perfect piece for you. If you have heirloom jewellery you would like to use, Ryan can incorporate the metal and stone into the new piece. He is also willing to answer any questions you may have about any aspect of the design and manufacturing process, from structural basics to architectural detailing. “I want the experience to be as enjoyable as possible,” says Ryan. Ryan is currently working on putting together two different collections. He hopes to unveil one line by Christmas and the other sometime next year. So, keep an eye out for the revelation of these lovely local collections. York Jewellers…enjoy the experience! York Jewellers 39 3rd Street 306.842.5484 www.yorkjewellers.ca Ametrine stone

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‘Happily Ever After’ home.

Canadian Tire can supply everything you need to create a beautiful home, from TVs and tables to small kitchen appliances and cookware to furniture and fashion-forward decor. Stop in today, and let our staff help you complete your decorating vision.

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What is Microneedling? Microneedling is using fine needles to create hundreds of tiny, invisible punctures in the top layer of skin. Those holes are actually therapeutic, since they cause a “micro-injury” that prompts skin to stimulate collagen production, filling fine lines and plumping the skin to contribute to a younger look.


INTRODUCING HELO LX

Germanium plates located directly in the HELO LX band.

HELO is a new wearable device that was designed and engineered to improve your life.

Love at first beat.

HELO monitors your bio-parameters 24/7 directly on your wrist – powered by Toshiba Don’tApp followLite. the trends. Drive the change. Improve your lifestyle. Fit your beat.

HELO can monitor and check the signs of your loved ones remotely. HELO can advise you if your loved ones measurements are not in the correct range. With a simple click, HELO can automatically send an SOS message to the people that have been added in your HELO app. There is a simple model that allows HELO customers to take advantage of a unique rewards program. If you share the HELO with others, we will compensate you for it every time. Want more details on the product or the rewards program?

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“Being a business owner and a new mom, I didn’t have a lot of extra time. However, when I saw the Helo product and Wor(l)d Global Network business opportunity I couldn’t stop thinking about it; I knew I wanted to be a part of this movement. The wearable technology industry is rapidly growing, and I had never seen a device this cutting edge. This company is continuously coming out with new advancements that are customized to fit your lifestyle. I know the Helo LX is going to benefit so many people. Get in touch with me to learn more about this device and how the business opportunity can enhance your life too.”

Brooke Ward 306.551.4789


COVER FEATURE

Empowered Women

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By Tonya Lambert Photos by Vanessa Lanktree Photography

omen have always worked – in the home, in the family business or in an independent career. Throughout most of history, the work done by women was undervalued and underpaid (or not paid at all). Many advances have been made by women in the workplace. In today’s society, many women choose to pursue education and training in all different sectors. Many creative and determined women have found ways to make careers out of their passions. More than ever, women own businesses and hold top positions in companies. Read about a diverse group of women who own vital businesses within Weyburn, making it a better community. Each of these talented women has created her own unique niche from which to meet the needs of our community.

Brooke Ward pg. 18

Nancy McMahon pg. 20

Kendra Johnson pg. 22

Tammy Lawrence-Bhimji pg. 24

Pam Molde pg. 26

Christy Sanderson pg. 28

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PROVIDING THE SOLUTION FOR YOUR MARKETING NEEDS Brooke Ward & ReFINEd Magazine By Tonya Lambert

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rooke Ward started ReFINEd Weyburn almost two years ago. Her passion for marketing led her to attend the Advertising and Public Relations Program in Lethbridge. Since obtaining her diploma, she has worked in many different areas of marketing, including online advertising, newspaper and magazine. “After working in different areas of marketing, I was introduced to magazine advertising, and I was excited to find what I believe is the best option for businesses to tell their story and highlight their products. Between shelf life, return on investment, readership and quality, I feel it is the best marketing solution for most businesses,” says Ward. Brooke had been working in the magazine publishing industry for six years, when there was an opportunity to start her own business, and ReFINEd Weyburn & Area Magazine was born. Brooke's sister Britany, who had been involved in magazine marketing, joined her as a marketing executive for Brooke's new business. Together, they created the first issue of ReFINEd in December 2015 with the cover feature being women of achievement. Monica Gilchrist joined the ReFINEd team in March 2016 while Britany was on maternity leave. Shortly after, Brooke found out she was expecting, due with her first child November 15th, 2016. Her winter issue went to print on November 16th and her daughter Brynn was born on November 25th. “I found it motivating to see the way women balance starting and raising a family while still running a business. Seeing these hardworking women gave me confidence that it was possible to pursue my other passion of becoming a mother,” explains Brooke. “I’m so fortunate to have an amazing team to allow me time with my family. Working from home has allowed me to start my latest venture, marketing the Helo LX through Wor(l)d Global Network. The Helo LX is one of the most advanced wearable technology products on the market.” “I think women have a lot of pressures in both their personal and professional lives,” says Britany Culham, marketing executive with Refined Weyburn. “It’s important to know you have a strong support team behind you.”

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“I love that this feature brings focus to many of the amazing businesswomen in our community. It’s empowering to hear their stories and I hope it will inspire everyone to take the next step in pursuing their passions,” says Brooke. “It’s important for individuals to be confident and take pride in their profession, whatever that might be,” says Britany. “Women should be proud and excited about what they contribute to the workplace, not just as women, but as the individuals that they are.” “As a new mom of a daughter, this quote resonated with me, ‘Here’s to strong women, may we know them, may we be them, may we raise them.’ This feature brings awareness to the many successes that women achieve within the workplace. I believe celebrating all success is important and through our magazine we endeavour to celebrate and bring attention to the success stories of the businesses in our community,” concludes Brooke. ReFINEd Weyburn & Area Magazine Brooke 306.551.4789 | Britany 306.861.1255 refinedweyburn@gmail.com

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PERSONALIZED, PROFESSIONAL, PROFICIENT Nancy McMahon, CPA, CGA By Tonya Lambert Photo by Vanessa Lanktree Photography

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or over 25 years, Nancy McMahon CPA, CGA, worked at a large professional accounting firm in BC, rising to the position of partner. Two years ago, she decided to make a change. She loved her work as a CPA but as a partner in such a large firm, she felt removed from her clients. Rather, she wanted to be in a position where she could provide personalized service to business owners. “This personal relationship is necessary for the business owners to have greater direct access to their accounting professional,” explains Nancy. “It also provides them with confidence that they are not just another client but a valued friend and community member. This is why I chose to start my own professional practice.” Fortunately for the people of southern Saskatchewan, Nancy chose Weyburn as the place to open her firm. Nancy talks about the importance of family, staying motivated and being a business leader.

important to become a trusted leader and professional. When assisting clients through the maze of tax and accounting issues, it is important to dedicate yourself to the client’s needs and to be honest with them, at all times. This will make sure that the advice you provide gives your clients the tools they will need to make well-informed decisions.

How do you motivate yourself and stay motivated?

What is something people will be surprised to learn about you?

Clients always face challenges, and I enjoy providing my expertise to find a solution. I have always been the type of person that enjoys trying to solve any puzzle, and I have always stuck to it until I find a solution. It is very satisfying.

I have always surprised family and friends with my uncanny ability to out-shoot them. I am very competitive in this respect and have enjoyed target shooting for quite some time.

What inspires you to work hard each day? It is inspiring to have clients voice their satisfaction and appreciation for my work and assistance. The people from Weyburn and lower Saskatchewan areas are overwhelmingly friendly and have opened their arms to me and my staff. I am finding that as time goes by more of them are coming to me for their tax and accounting needs. I am very pleased with the response. What is one characteristic you believe every leader should possess?

Tell me about your family. What do you do for fun/relaxation/ leisure? It is important to have quality time with family. I believe it allows me to be a well-rounded person. My family has been very supportive and crucial to my success in my business. We enjoy motorcycle trail riding, target shooting and travelling. In the future, my family hopes to meet more area residents now that we call Saskatchewan home.

N.M. McMahon CPA Professional Corporation provides full service accounting, including AgriStability and AgriInvest, tax planning and consulting, corporate re-organizations, corporate income tax preparation, family trusts, estate work, financial statement preparation, audits, bookkeeping and payroll, and CRA assistance. On September 1st, the firm opened a second office in Regina. They are accepting new clients at both locations. N.M. McMahon CPA Professional Corporation 604 Government Road South | 306.842.5344

There are many characteristics needed to be successful but I believe that both honesty and dedication are extremely

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DRIVEN TO SUCCEED

Kendra Johnson & Silver Rose By Tonya Lambert Photos by Vanessa Lanktree Photography

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endra Johnson is a young woman with a bright future. At the age of only 22, Kendra purchased her own salon, Silver Rose. This summer, she undertook extensive renovations at the salon, completely redoing the interior. “My main goal was to restore the natural beauty of the building by enhancing the original concrete floor, creating brick feature walls and using live edge wood, gold accents and minimalist decor to add a modern look to the natural elements that had been hidden for so long,” explains Kendra proudly. “We also have new furniture: special comfortable chairs that offer better back support and reclining sinks with built-in headrests.” Kendra talks about the challenges and benefits of owning a business at such a young age, the habits needed to succeed and the plans she has for her salon’s future. What advice would you give young women to succeed in the workplace? Age is just a number! As long as you have the knowledge, passion and determination, you can succeed! People might question your abilities and have their doubts, but being a young business owner is one of the most rewarding opportunities you can give yourself and you can continue to grow your business for the rest of your life. What excites or interests you about your chosen field of business? Being able to get creative every day keeps my job exciting and fun! A hairstylist is responsible for much more than just making people look good, but also, more importantly, for helping them to feel good about themselves. That ability to give someone confidence is not something many jobs can offer, and I work hard to make everyone in the salon feel special. When I see their smiles, I am reminded about why I chose this career and am inspired to do more every day. What are your success habits? My success habits are very simple. I create a goal I want to achieve, set a deadline and make a list of the steps I need to do to get there. I remind myself that nothing comes overnight and anytime I have doubts I think back to my last big success and how I once thought it was unrealistic. Thinking one day at a time is much easier than always focusing on the big picture. Positive vibes and a strong work ethic will always bring you success! What would you say is your greatest professional accomplishment to date? My greatest professional accomplishment would have to be going from hair school to hairstylist to hairstyling instructor and salon owner within three years. I set huge goals for myself personally and professionally, and many people call me crazy but watching my goals and dreams turn into reality is the best reward for all the hard work and sacrifices it takes to get there!

TOP PHOTO Drake, Kaisen, Kendra and Landon

What is the number one business goal you plan to accomplish over the next year? My number one goal over the next year is to continue building an amazing team of stylists through ongoing education and support as well as strengthening and growing the reputation of the salon! We love what we do, and we want everyone who visits the salon to feel welcome and relaxed. We consider our clients and customers our friends and family and wouldn't be able to do what we do without them! Silver Rose Tanning & Hair Salon 150 Coteau Avenue | 306.842.4114

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WHERE HAPPINESS FLOURISHES Tammy Lawrence-Bhimji & The Dance Zone By Tonya Lambert Photo by Vanessa Lanktree Photography

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2017 Senior Contemporary Choreographer: Kaylee Geisbrecht

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ammy Lawrence-Bhimji has always loved to dance. From when she took her first dance class at the age of four, it was evident that for her dancing was as natural and essential as breathing. “It is very true when you hear dancers say they don’t want to dance – they must dance,” says Tammy. “That was me from a very young age and, still today, I want to a part of the evolving world of dance.” When Tammy speaks of dance, her face glows and there is the sound of happiness in her voice. This is the feeling she hopes to pass on her students. “I have always told my dancers, that being a professional dancer is not my goal for each student,” she explains. “Happiness, success, confidence and most of all them knowing that someone is in their corner, on their side, is what I wish for each one of them.” Tammy’s lifelong goal was to own a dance studio. Tammy, who is an ADAPT-accredited jazz and tap teacher, an Acrobatique junior coach and a member of both CDTA, Saskatchewan Branch, Stage Division and Dance Saskatchewan, began teaching dance 16 years ago. Then, in 2005, she realized her dream, opening her own dance studio, The Dance Zone. “I knew running my own business would be hard,” says Tammy, “but I knew what kind of teacher I aimed to be, what kind of studio I wanted to create and what I wanted to offer my students. From there, I just set my mind to those goals and aimed for it.” “I am very lucky to have a supportive family,” continues Tammy. “Accepting help from others is key to running a successful business, especially as a mom and wife.” With the support of her family, Tammy was able to be the first studio in Weyburn to

Photos above by Images by Gillies; Bottom photo is located in student waiting room

offer ADAPT Syllabus classes and examinations. At the end of September, she will graduate from Rhythm Works - Integrative Dance Program with a certificate enabling her to work with children with sensory disorders such as ADHD and Autism – the only dance instructor in Saskatchewan registered to do so! Tammy’s goal is to bring this dance program into her studio, local daycares and schools. “Everyone should have the ability to take dance classes and I am so excited to give more children the opportunity and to take that journey with them,” she says. Before he passed away, Tammy’s grandfather gave her great advice – for life and business. “It doesn’t matter what other people think or say,” he said. “Know in your heart who you are and what you stand for and those who deserve to be in your life will be. When people walk out of your life – don’t chase them, God may be doing you a favor.” Tammy elaborates, “When you spend too much time trying to convince people why they should love your business, you miss the opportunities to be with the ones who already do. My dance families are the heartbeat of my studio”. ‘My biggest professional achievement is my dancers - not the awards or the recognitions but the children themselves,” says Tammy. “The legacy I hope to leave is that when someone says my name, someone says, “She was my dance teacher,” and they smile. Registration open until Sept. 30 The Dance Zone 744 Mclelland Street | 306.842.4943 www.thedancezone.net

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A PASSION FOR FASHION Pam Molde & Evelyn Lane Ladies Wear By Tonya Lambert

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TOP PHOTO Standing L-R: Sharon Istace, Lisa Cugnet, Calli Cugnet; Sitting L-R: Pam Molde, Rylee Molde; PHOTOS by Images by Gillies

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am Molde, owner of Evelyn Lane Ladies Wear, has long had a passion for fashion. It is in her DNA. Her mother Evelyn, after whom her store is named, is a former model who always had an eye for style, a quality she passed on to her daughter. “Not only does my mom keep up with what is trending,” explains Pam, “she also has always had a knack of knowing what is coming around the corner in terms of style.” When Pam opened her store in February 2007, she chose to recognize her mother, whom she credits with supplying her with support and inspiration. “Lane is my mother’s maiden name,” says Pam. “Interestingly enough, my sister and I had written down the same name for the store on a piece of paper when we were miles apart and going over names on the phone!” Pam believes that passion for what you are doing is an essential ingredient to business success. “Love what you do!” she exclaims when asked what advice she has for other women considering starting their own business. She also stresses the need to thoroughly research the market and product or service, to seek advice from those in the industry and to find staff that believe in your business – something she has been very fortunate in. On a day-to-day basis, she has three amazing friends who offer innovative ideas and an abundance of support. Also, her three daughters (Morgan, Taylor and Rylee) are very involved when they are home.

needs, keep making changes to remain current and always be humble and appreciative.” Pam’s commitment to hard work and fashion extends from her store to her own jewellery line. Lane Designs features gemstone bracelets with therapeutic reminders as well as leather chokers. Exclusive to Evelyn Lane Ladies Wear, they are the perfect accompaniment to the exciting line of dresses, tops, tunics and pants by internationally-acclaimed Canadian designer Frank Lyman (which the ladies are wearing in the accompanying photos). Frank Lyman’s fall 2017 fashion line is a clever combination of romantic florals in rich jewel tones with urban patterns and strips in black and white. Look flirtatiously feminine this fall in a Frank Lyman dress; styles range from form-fitting to flowing. The collection’s smart separates can be kept casual or dressed up for a night out on the town. Expect to show off your shoulders with sexy slashes and straps. Elegant pleats are also to be found in abundance. To complete your outfit, Evelyn Lane Ladies Wear carries jewellery, handbags and footwear, including the popular Miz Mooz shoes from New York City. Come into Evelyn Lane Ladies Wear today and see what’s in style for the fall season. Evelyn Lane Ladies Wear 219 Railway Avenue | 306.842.5263 |

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IT TAKES A TEAM Christy Sanderson & Old Fashion Foods By Tonya Lambert Photo by Vanessa Lanktree Photography

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hen it comes to advice about running a business, the first thing Christy Sanderson will point out to you is that there is no ‘I’ in success. “We succeed as a store because everybody that works here does their very best every day and is very knowledgeable in their area,” explains Christy. “Everyone gets along really well and helps each other out. Everyone cooperates and works together as a team. And that really is the reason why we are able to do what we do every day.” One of the reasons why the Old Fashion Foods team works together so well is because everyone has a common goal. “We are a health food store dedicated to helping people feel great!” says Christy. “Every staff member including myself wants nothing more than for our customers to be happy and healthy. Every week, we have customers come in to tell us how much we have helped them and how great they feel. This means everything to the staff because this is why we do what we do. We strive to ensure our customers are given the best advice possible, and in turn, we learn a lot from our customers. They keep us apprised of new products and that helps us stay relevant.” Christy purchased Old Fashion Foods two years ago. She is happy with her decision and enjoys going to work each day. If you have a passion for something and a drive to succeed, she encourages you to take the same leap of faith and start your own business. “If a young woman has a desire to start her own business or advance

in her current workplace then I would say go for it! Follow your heart but take your brain with you. Seek advice from as many successful people as you can find. They will expose you to a perspective you haven't thought of and cause you to question something you thought you already had figured out. I love this because it will set you up to succeed.” Christy also cautions potential entrepreneurs that running your own business requires taking risks, whether it is moving to a new location, introducing a new product or service or taking a chance on an employee. “I believe all leaders should be risk takers,” says Christy. “There is a sign that sits in my office that reads 'Go the extra mile; it’s never crowded.' I believe this to be true but to go the extra mile, there must be risk involved. Risk is an inherent part of business if one is to succeed and stand out.” Christy took a risk last year when she moved the store to a new location on Main Street. She also took a risk introducing to the store a home décor section with many items with inspirational messages thereby looking after the health of the spirit as well as the body. In the future, she will take many more risks, confident that with the ongoing support of her staff and customers, Old Fashion Foods will be able to provide more and more healthy living alternatives for the people of Weyburn and area. Old Fashion Foods 122 3rd Street, Weyburn, SK | 306.842.3003

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Taking a Chance on Happiness

ARDELL WALDNER

Four years ago, I took a chance, quit my job and began a journey. It has changed my life and my family’s life.

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decided to start my own business. I put a plan on paper and I used it. Because of this, I have been able to grow and maintain my business. I stuck to the basic design, making alterations as needed. Over the last four years, I’ve had to make several adjustments to keep my business on track. As business increased, I had to hire employees. When I needed to cut expenses, I negotiated for better rent, cheaper copier rental and so on. A good business plan is flexible enough to allow you to meet challenges as they arise. Having a plan, mission, vision and sound bookkeeping principals helps to keep your business on track. When things aren’t going right, review your mission and financial situation. Perhaps you have been veering off course doing things to help other people that aren’t part of your mission. Perhaps you have not been watching your expenses closely enough. It is so easy to get caught up in the day-to-day aspects of running a business and forget to review the numbers. But the numbers are everything. If you cannot control your bottom line, you will be faced with a situation that could take significant time to correct. To avoid this, the best practice is to have your bookkeeping up-to-date to within three months or the last quarter. I am thankful every day that I work with such fantastic clients. Thank you for four fantastic years in business. Here’s to many more!

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Edible Creepy Witch’s Fingers 1 cup softened butter 1 cup icing sugar 1 egg 1 tsp almond extract 1 tsp vanilla 2-3/4 cups flour 1 tsp baking powder 1 tsp salt 3/4 cup whole blanched almonds 1 tube red decorator get

In bowl, first beat together butter, sugar, egg, almond extract and vanilla. Next, beat in flour, baking powder and salt. Cover and refrigerate for 30 minutes. Working with one-quarter of the dough at a time and keeping the remaining dough refrigerated, roll heaping teaspoonfuls of dough into a finger shape for each cookie. Press almond firmly into one end for nail. Squeeze in centre to create knuckle shape; using a paring knife, make slashes in several places to form a knuckle. Place on lightly greased baking sheets; bake in 325°F oven for 20 to 25 minutes or until pale golden. Let cool for 3 minutes. Lift up almond; squeeze red decorator gel onto nail bed and press almond back into place, so gel oozes out from underneath. Remove from baking sheets; let cool on racks. Repeat with remaining dough. Makes about 5 dozen cookies.

FUN HALLOWEEN RECIPES TO TRY Ghostly bananas

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Cut bananas in half and sprinkle them with lemon juice if they are going to be out for a while. Push chocolate chips into the banana for eyes and a nose. Slice apples in quarters, and cut out a middle quarter out of each one. Sprinkle with lemon juice to keep apples from turning brown. Put a spoonful of peanut butter, almond butter or jam in the space to form the mouth. Shape marshmallows to look like teeth and insert with a toothpick, add other marshmallows to decorate. If you prefer almonds, insert them instead of marshmallows for teeth. RECIPES

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FALL FASHION 2017

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My Top 5 Must-Haves

all is by far my favourite season of the year! The milder (but not freezing) temperatures, the gorgeous colours of the leaves changing, the beginning (and also the end) of harvest and my personal favourite reason: fall fashion. I can never get enough of all the sweaters, scarves, boots... there are so many fabulous items to include in your fall wardrobe, which is why I wanted to compile a list of my top five fall item must-haves for you. Let's get to it!

Ankle Boots I’m such a fan of booties! I love how you can easily style them with skinny jeans, tights or dresses. I also like them because they look proportionate to pretty much any body type/height. My favourite time to wear booties is in the fall - before the snow falls! There are so many great styles of ankle boots out there. My recommendation (if you’re only going to be getting one pair) is to buy booties that are neutral in colour (blacks, browns, greys) and invest in a pair that is good quality!

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Layering Sweaters Oversized sweaters are a big trend this year. My favourite ways to wear oversized sweaters is slightly tucked in to the front of my favourite jeans or layered over top of a collared shirt like I’m wearing in the picture! Any trend that allows me to hide the copious amounts of turkey and mashed potatoes I plan to consume at Thanksgiving is okay by me!

Vests I personally have been on the vest train for awhile now. I own three and have to constantly convince myself I probably don’t need any more! If you haven’t tried out this trend yet, don’t worry there’s still time! Puffer, utility, fur, long - they’re all fantastic! I think this trend continues to be popular because they look so flattering and are practical for when the weather gets cooler. My go-to style in the fall is leggings, a long plaid shirt, a vest and rain boots.

Long Cardigans Similar to vests, cardigans are another seasonal favourite of mine due to the flattering shape they give all body types!

Long cardigans, in particular, are on trend this year. You can wear them over top of your favourite dress to combat the cold, but my favourite way to wear a long cardigan is with a simple top, skinny jeans and booties for a casual yet chic outfit!

Structured Blazers I hope these never go out of style. I wouldn’t say they are worn particularly just in fall, but that is my favourite time to wear a structured blazer. Often, I find the summer months to be too hot for blazers and though I also wear them in the winter, they can get uncomfortable and warm underneath a heavy winter jacket. You honestly cannot go wrong with a high quality structured blazer. This is definitely an item to have in your fall closet - especially if your lifestyle requires business appropriate attire. Information provided by Kiteen Mainil with Kiteen’s Closet. Kiteen and her family live in Weyburn. She’s a proud mother to Violet and wife to a hard-working farmer. She is passionate about all things fashion. To learn more, visitwww.kiteenscloset. com and follow her on Facebook and Instagram.

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Experience the

Dynasty Difference By Tonya Lambert Photos by Kim Schneider

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visit to Dynasty is like dropping by your best friend’s place for a chat. It is a comfortable and comforting experience, enabling you to relax and feel renewed. Filled with stylists who truly care about you and will listen to what you have to say, Dynasty is a place where you leave your troubles and struggles behind you and feel the stresses of the day melt away. The caring nature of Dynasty’s stylists – Natosha Hala, Sarah Farney, Nicole Ursu, Alexis Kennedy and Chelsey Rogal – is revealed the moment you walk through the doors when you are welcomed warmly and with a smile. Whether you are a new customer or a longtime client, the atmosphere that envelopes this salon – from the friendly staff to the calming colours - will make you feel at ease. The staff at Dynasty wants to hear what you have to say. They want to know how your day has been, where you are planning to go on vacation and what

you do and don’t like about your hair. They want to see photos of the colour, cut or hairstyle you would like as well as pictures of your children and pets. In short, your Dynasty stylist wants to get to know you so she can help you to look and feel great. A family-friendly salon, Dynasty offers the full range of hair care services to men, women and children. At Dynasty, you can also indulge in a polish or shellac manicure or pedicure or get gel nails done. In addition, Dynasty offers facial waxing and ear piercing to complete your overall look. At Dynasty, they use products that are effective and easy on your hair – AG, Kenra, Nioxin to name just a few. These products are also available for purchase so you can maintain your new look at home – another way these stylists show they care. Try Kenra’s Volume Spray 25, winner of 12 Stylists’ Choice Awards! The caring nature of the staff at Dynasty extends well beyond the salon’s doors.

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As a business, Dynasty donates to many worthwhile local causes, like The Family Place, and contributes to community fundraisers. As individuals, Dynasty’s stylists are active members of the community. For example, Natosha is a driving force with the Griffin Rec Centre, providing help wherever and whenever it is needed. Her hard work and dedication were recognized when she was awarded the Quota International award for volunteerism in 2016. Dynasty has recently moved to a new location to serve you better. Come by 127 2nd Street and check out their new home. Natosha, Sarah, Nicole, Alexis and Chelsey would love to see you. Stop by today and experience the Dynasty difference!

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The Heart of a Communit y

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n any community, you will find people willingly helping others without being paid. These valuable volunteers offer their time and talents in countless ways, and their contributions strengthen the community in which they live. Volunteers help support families young and old, encourage sports and recreation, assist in many areas of health care, foster relationships with the marginalized, care for animals, develop talents, nurture youth, help the environment and beautify outdoor spaces. Often, a volunteer’s

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gift is compassionate; other times, it is scholarly; and sometimes, it is dirty, sweaty, hard work, but it always comes from the heart for the betterment of others.

Volunteers are the most important resource community organizations have. Many businesses and social service associations are successful because they maintain a strong volunteer workforce. In fact, almost all mission-driven or faith-based establishments rely on volunteers to meet their goals. They pick up the pieces where government programs

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leave off. These groups are committed to doing good things for society and improving their communities. Volunteering has positive benefits for the volunteer, as well. Don’t know where to start? Websites are now dedicated to this exact topic and provide lists of organizations looking for help and ideas of what they require. Follow your passion to something you love, and then jump on board. You will gain valuable experience, meet great new people and find it extremely rewarding. All this, while giving back to your community — it is truly a win for everyone!


Share the experience. Weyburn Red Wings As a community-owned non-profit organization, the Weyburn Red Wings Hockey Club could not operate without the generous support of the local community, through sponsorships and volunteer hours. There are many ways to join the Weyburn Red Wings family! Become a Volunteer The Weyburn Red Wings are always on the lookout for hockey fans that would like to help at the Red Wings games and watch some action-packed hockey at the same time. We are looking for help with taking tickets at the door, selling tickets in the ticket booth, selling 50/50 tickets in the stands (This is great exercise by the way!), working in the bar or penalty box, helping with security or even selling merchandise in the team store. Gain Some Work Experience as an Intern The Weyburn Red Wings are looking for

game day interns for the upcoming 20172018 season. If you are looking to expand your knowledge in the sports industry and gain hands on experience in a live game day environment, this is the perfect opportunity for you! We are looking for enthusiastic and driven people who have a passion for sports and would like to join the team for the upcoming season. The Red Wings are looking for interns in the following areas: Game Day Video Operator, Digital Media Coordinator, Game Day Assistant Coordinator, InGame Announcer/Broadcasting.

Join a Committee If you would like to provide valuable input and assist with one of the many activities of the Weyburn Red Wings, join one of the committees. Some of the committees include Marketing and Promotions, Fundraising or Game Day Operations. If you are interested in joining our team, even if it’s for only one game, please contact the Red Wings office for more details. The Weyburn Red Wings Players are available to help in the community, too. If you need help at your event or with a project, contact the Red Wings office to arrange.

Be a Billet With a team of 25 young men, the Red Wings need caring families to open their homes for a player to live during the season. Players can be a great addition to many different types of households. These young men can act as excellent role models for families with young children and provide company to those without children.

Weyburn Red Wings 327 Mergens Street, Weyburn 306.842.2212 office@weyburnredwings.ca www.weyburnredwings.ca

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events

Open Air Market 2 SEPT – 7 OCT SATURDAYS 9AM – 2PM THURSDAYS 4PM – 8PM At the corner of Souris Avenue and 2nd Street

Weyburn and District United Way Communithon 20 & 21 OCT Weyburn Cugnet Centre #ViolenceFreeSask Awareness Week 23 – 27 OCT

Weyburn Dog Park Grand Re-Opening BBQ 9 SEPT 11:30AM – 1PM Weyburn Community Dog Park, Weyburn Festival of Leaves Craft Sale & Trade Show 23 SEPT 10AM – 4PM Weyburn Curling Rink Culture Days 29, 30 SEPT & 1 OCT Signal Hill Arts Centre International Day of the Girl 11 OCT

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Estevan United Way Telethon 27 & 28 OCT Estevan Legion Hall 4 Festive Floors 18 & 19 NOV 1PM – 5PM Signal Hill Arts Centre Treasures of Home Craft Sale & Trade Show 25 NOV 10AM – 4PM Weyburn Cugnet Centre

Join Our Team

Are you or anyone you know looking for a part-time job? Are you passionate about your community? We’re looking for individuals that are motivated, outgoing and work well independently. We’re hiring in Carlyle, Ogema and Estevan.

Apply by September 29, 2017 Send your resume to refinedweyburn@gmail.com (Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.)


MONTREAL CANADIENS ALUMNI TOUR Presented by:

DECEMBER 1st, 2017

PUCK DROP 7.30 PM

CRESCENT POINT PLACE IN WEYBURN

Tickets are available online on September 1st at www.weyburntourism.com General Admission: $20 Limited VIP Tickets: $150 which includes an exclusive pre-game reception and a meet & greet with the Montreal Canadiens Alumni Here are the players that could be part of the lineup* : Guy Carbonneau, Steve Shutt, Patrice Brisebois, Shayne Corson, Chris Nilan, Dave Morissette, Steve Bégin, Sergio Momesso, Mathieu Darche, Gilbert Delorme, Jocelyn Lemieux, Richard Sévigny, Sébastien Bordeleau, Pierre Dagenais, Jesse Bélanger, Normand Dupont, Stéphane Richer, Yvon Lambert, Donald Audette, Yves Racine, Steve Penney, Enrico Ciccone, John Chabot, Mathieu Dandenault, Karl Dykhuis, Alain Côté, Gilles Thibaudeau, Rick Green, Guillaume Latendresse, Guy Lafleur.

*11 PLAYERS WILL TAKE PART IN THE GAME.

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Fall 2017 Programs Now Open for Registration

2018 | 2019 Fulltime Programs PROGRAM

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LOCATION

Power Engineering Technician

• Registrations accepted starting Weyburn & Whitewood Apply BEFORE February 1st, 2018 38 weeks Estevan; Coronach Kahkewistahaw First Nation June 30, 2017 • Apply by Juneto 30th, 2018 to be be eligible for eligible for a Southeast College 46 weeks Weyburn Weyburn; Whitewood; a Southeast College Entrance Award (*limited number Carry33 theweeks Kettle First Nation Award. Entrance Estevan & Coronach available so apply early)

Hairstylist Electrician Applied Certificate

Weyburn 21 weeks

PROGRAM Continuing Care Assistant Certificate LOCATION(S) 32 weeks Early Childhood Year 2 4th Class Power Education Engineering

Hairstylist Continuing Care Assistant

Estevan & Moosomin

Practical Nursing 3rd Class Theory Weyburn Power Engineering 16 weeks

Weyburn

Electrician Office Administration

Estevan; Moosomin 33 weeks

Estevan

Industrial Mechanic Primary Care Paramedic (Part Time) Welding Heavy Equipment and Truck Heavy Equipment and Truck and and Transport Technician Transport Technician Welding

18 weeks Redvers

Estevan

21 weeks Estevan 22 weeks

Estevan Estevan

Over $197,000 First Year University of Regina scholarships classes are alsoin being offered and at various Southeast College bursaries awarded Campus locations. Contact your to Southeast local Student Services Advisors College students for more information and details in 2015/2016! on how to apply. *Programs and locations are subject to change

Estevan

Call 1.866.999.7372 to Register or Apply Online at www.southeastcollege.org Industrial Mechanic Estevan Office Administration

Weyburn

*All Southeast College programs and locations are subject to change.


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Red Wings & Beavers

50/50 Raffle

NEXT EARLY BIRD DRAW: September 15 – Panasonic 55” TV

Tickets: 1 for $20, 3 for $50, 8 for $100

DRAW DATE: Saturday, November 18th Weyburn Red Wings home game at the end of the game

Buy your tickets now! On sale at all Weyburn Red Wings home games and at the Red Wings Office. Call 306.842.2212 License # LR17-O016

Awarded approximately $60,000 in the last two years.

WEYBURN RED WINGS 2017–2018 SJHL SCHEDULE Mon, Sep 4 Tue, Sep 5 Wed, Sep 6 Sat, Sep 9 Fri, Sep 15 Sun, Sep 24 Sat, Oct 7 Wed, Oct 11 Sat, Oct 14 Sun, Oct 15 Sat, Oct 21 Fri, Nov 3 Mon, Nov 13 Fri, Nov 17 Sat, Nov 18 Fri, Dec 8 Sat, Dec 9 Wed, Dec 13 Sat, Dec 30 Fri, Jan 5 Sat, Jan 6 Fri, Jan 12 Sat, Jan 13 Sat, Jan 20 Fri, Jan 26 Tue, Jan 30 Fri, Feb 2 Fri, Feb 16 Mon, Feb 19 Fri, Feb 23 Sat, Feb 24 Fri, Mar 2 Sat, Mar 3

Red &White Game 3:00 PM Notre Dame 7:30 PM (Exhibition) Wayway 7:30 PM (Exhibition) Estevan 7:30 PM (Exhibition) Yorkton 7:30 PM Home Opener Flin Flon 7:30 PM Melfort 7:30 PM La Ronge 7:30 PM Flin Flon 7:30 PM La Ronge 3:00 PM Nipawin 7:30 PM Nipawin 7:30 PM December 1st Melville 7:30 PM Montreal Canadiens Humboldt 7:30 PM Alumni Game at Battlefords 7:30 PM Kindersley 7:30 PM 7:30pm Kindersley 7:30 PM Melville 7:30 PM Estevan 7:30 PM Humboldt 7:30 PM Melfort 7:30 PM Kindersley 7:30 PM Yorkton 7:30 PM Estevan 7:30 PM Melville 7:30 PM Notre Dame 7:30 PM Yorkton 7:30 PM Notre Dame 7:30 PM Battlefords 3:00 PM Estevan 7:30 PM Melville 7:30 PM Estevan 7:30 PM Notre Dame 7:30 PM

Watch for details on the Weyburn Red Wings Meet & Greet Week September 11-15th

Watch for details on Ladies Night!


DREAMS

The Ultimate Tribute to Fleetwood Mac

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rom the music to full costumes similar in style to the actual ones worn by the original group, Dreams pays tribute to the British-American rock band Fleetwood Mac. Formed in 2005, Dreams is a group of talented and diverse performers with a passion for the music coupled with a desire to take the ‘tribute act genre’ to yet again another level. When you sit back and reminisce about the music of the 70s and 80s, Fleetwood Mac, one of the top bands on the charts, is sure to come to mind. They sold more than 100 million records and touched the lives of millions of fans. Their music still receives air time on radio stations around

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the world today - now, that is some serious longevity! Together Stevie (Tracy Masson), Lindsay (Mario Parente), Christine (Wendy Gorrie), Mick (Todd McGarvey) and John (Ray Doucett), form the Dreams’ version of the ‘Mac Pac’. These fab musicians are joined by the talents of Stephen Manning on rhythm guitar and Bob Van Velzen on keyboards. The players of Dreams take pride in being able to replicate the Fleetwood Mac sound so well that even trained ears have difficulty distinguishing the difference. Dreams will take you back in time so you can experience Fleetwood Mac all over

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again! Now…how ‘good’ is that?! Come experience Dreams in concert at the Cugnet Centre on Thursday, September 14th at 7:30 p.m.

www.tributetofleetwoodmac.ca TICKETS AVAILABLE AT: Old Fashioned Foods 122 3rd St., Weyburn Weyburn Review/ Weyburn This Week 904 East Ave., Weyburn Music Craft 215 Railway Ave., Weyburn weyburnconcertseries.ca For further information contact: Judy Van Betuw @ 1-306-842-1583


OH CANADA, WE SING FOR THEE!

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h Canada, We Sing for Thee! is a patriotic tribute to those musicians who give our incredible nation its heart and soul! These outstanding musicians have significantly contributed to making this country what we think it is – the greatest place on earth in which to live! Internationally acclaimed Canadian singer Leisa Way has created this concert with that intent, making it appealing to audiences of all ages. Oh Canada takes you on an exciting musical journey across this spectacular country from coast to coast to coast with hits from some of our greatest stars…Gordon Lightfoot, Anne Murray, Celine Dion, Michael Buble,

Shania Twain, Stompin’ Tom Connors, Joni Mitchell, Don Messer, Lighthouse, The Guess Who, Ian & Sylvia Tyson, Bryan Adams, BTO and more. Who knew Canada was home to so many talented people, who have ‘made it’ in the world of music? Oh Canada, We Sing for Thee! is a concert designed to celebrate Canada and its 150th birthday! The superb musicianship and incredible storytelling will make us all proud to be Canadian! With 80 plus performances booked from coast to coast in 2017, there is no finer way to celebrate our nation’s birthday. This concert will be held at the Cugnet Centre on Monday, October 2, 2017, at 7:30 p.m. We look

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forward to seeing you…at yet another celebration of Canada’s 150 years!

www.waytogoproductions.ca/ ohcanadashow.php TICKETS AVAILABLE AT: Old Fashioned Foods 122 3rd St., Weyburn Weyburn Review/ Weyburn This Week 904 East Ave., Weyburn Music Craft 215 Railway Ave., Weyburn weyburnconcertseries.ca For further information contact: Judy Van Betuw @ 1-306-842-1583

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RAVE ON:

A Buddy Holly Tribute

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orn Charles Harden Holley, on September 7, 1936, in Lubbock, Texas, Buddy Holly was the fourth and youngest child in his family. His mom nicknamed him “Buddy”, a name that stuck over his brief lifetime. Buddy Holly was a rock and roll legend, whose music touched the lives of millions of people around the world. It sparked a new genre of music that permanently changed the entertainment industry. His life was cut short, however, in the wellknown and tragic plane crash of February 3, 1959 - a privately chartered plane was taking them to their next gig in blustery winter weather.

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After acting, singing and playing in a community theatre production of The Buddy Holly Story, three young men decided to take the show on the road. Formed in 2011 in Brandon, Manitoba, Tom, Dylan and Roman – “Buddy”, “Joey” and “Jerry” - bring this rock music prophet back to life! They perform all of Buddy’s timeless classics - ‘That’ll be the Day’, ‘Peggy Sue’, ‘Everyday’, ‘Rave On’ and have an absolute ‘blast’ doing it! Rave On: A Buddy Holly Tribute is an exciting show that includes a ton of audience interaction, humour, dancing and even some sweet upright bass tricks. This concert will be held at the Cugnet Centre, Thursday, November 2, 2017, at

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7:30 p.m. If you close your eyes during the concert, you will swear that Buddy Holly lives on!! https:/www.facebook.com/ buddyhollycanada/ TICKETS AVAILABLE AT: Old Fashioned Foods 122 3rd St., Weyburn Weyburn Review/ Weyburn This Week 904 East Ave., Weyburn Music Craft 215 Railway Ave., Weyburn weyburnconcertseries.ca For further information contact: Judy Van Betuw @ 1-306-842-1583


PRESENTS

Flavours of Fall OCTOBER 7, 2017

at the Weyburn Curling Rink

8:00pm-12:00am

FEATURING a wide variety of vendors showcasing their products of food, spirits, wine and beer for your enjoyment. LIVE ENTERTAINMENT featuring local talent. ADVANCE TICKETS are $25 or $30 at the door. TICKETS can be purchased at the Detour Bar & Grill, Pharmasave and the Ag Society office. Tickets are limited so hurry and get yours before they are sold out. AMPLE FREE PARKING for the event, as well as an ATM on location. FREE TRANSPORTATION will be available after the event.

Don’t miss the 2nd annual Flavours of Fall Food & Beverage Expo. Hear what folks were saying about last years event. “Job well done to the organizers, performers and volunteers on their first Flavours of Fall! It was a great night out and everything was done so well!” - Laura “Shout out to the Weyburn Ag Society for putting on an awesome event last night! We had so much fun serving at Flavours of Fall and loved seeing such an awesome turn out of local faces!” - Megan “A big shout out to the Weyburn Ag Society and everyone involved in the planning and execution of Flavours of Fall. What a great evening. Congratulations on a job well done!” - Lisa

Thank you to our major sponsors: South Country Equipment, Detour Bar & Grill, Great Plains Ford and ReFINEd Weyburn & Area Magazine.

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from ReFINEd! Happy Thanksgiving PUMPKIN CHEESECAKE PIE Crust 1-1/2 cups graham crackers crumbs 1/4 cup melted butter Filling 4 packages (8 oz each) cream cheese, softened 1-1/2 cups granulated sugar 4 eggs 1 cup (8 oz) canned pumpkin 2 teaspoons pumpkin pie spice Topping whipped cream pumpkin pie spice

Directions 1. Heat oven to 300°F. 2. Line a 13X9 pan with parchment paper, leaving about 1 inch of paper hanging over the sides. 3. In a bowl, combine the graham cracker crumbs with the melted butter. 4. With your fingers, press the crust on the bottom of the prepared pan. Set aside while making the filling. 5. In the mixing bowl of your stand up mixer, add the cream cheese and sugar. Beat on low speed until light and fluffy. 6. Beat in eggs, one at a time, just until blended. 7. Spoon half of the mixture over the crust and spread evenly. 8. To the remaining cream cheese mixture, add the pumpkin puree and pumpkin pie spice. Whisk until smooth. Spoon over mixture in pan. 9. Bake the cheesecake in the preheated oven for 50 minutes or until just set. Turn off the oven and leave the door slightly open allowing the cheesecake to slowly cool down for about 1 hour. 10. Refrigerate for at least 3 hours before cutting into bars. 11. Top each bar with whipped cream and a dust of pumpkin pie spice.

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WHISK(E)Y101 WHISKY = Canada & Scotland | WHISKEY = USA & Ireland (In Canada & Scotland, we don’t waste time writing that could be spent drinking!) Did You Know? Whisky means ‘water of life’ in Gaelic.

Malt

Grind

Brew

CREATION Ferment

Distill

Age

Bottle

CONSUMPTION

Pour whisky into a wide glass that curves in at the top to trap the aroma. Add water to unleash the whisky’s full flavour and aroma.

Sight

Hold glass up to light. What is the colour? Golden honey? Woody brown? How thick is it? Thicker=higher alcohol content.

Smell

Swirl and inhale. What do you smell? Fruit? Smoke? Vanilla?

Taste

Take your time. Savour the flavour. Breathe deeply to enhance the flavour.

Touch

Feel the whisky on your tongue, as it slides down your throat. Does it feel smooth?

Did You Know? Nearly a third of the whisky poured into a barrel is lost to evaporation. This is known as the ‘angels’ share’.

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Scotch

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Bourbon (Kentucky, USA)

FLAVOUR: Light-Bodied

FLAVOUR: Smoky with layers of fruit

FLAVOUR: Sweet toasty honey

FLAVOUR: Sweetly woody with vanilla & caramel notes

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SIGNATURE DRINKS: Rob Roy Rusty Nail

SIGNATURE DRINKS: Irish Coffee Blood & Sand

SIGNATURE DRINKS: John Collins Mint Julep

Food Pairing: Chocolate

FUN FACT: Canadian whisky is often called rye mistakenly because Canadian whisky was once made with rye. It is now made with barley and corn.

Food Pairing: Steak

FUN FACT: To avoid a sharp tax increase in 1707, Scottish distillers shut down and began operating at night, giving rise to the term ‘moonshine’.

Food Pairing:

Seafood

FUN FACT: Some Dublin distillers added the ‘e’ to whiskey to distinguish it from Scottish whisky, which they felt was inferior.

Food Pairing:

Smoked Ribs FUN FACT: Bourbon gets its name from Bourbon County in Kentucky which was named after the French royal family, the House of Bourbon.


Pickled Carrots 2-1/2 cups water 1-1/2 cups vinegar 4 Tbsps sugar 1/4 tsp cayenne pepper 4 Tbsps pickling salt 6 garlic cloves Fresh dill

Sterilize jars, and fill with carrots (cut or left whole if not too big), 2 – 3 pieces of fresh dill, pickling salt and 2 garlic cloves.

MAKES 3 QUARTS

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AT HOME

Making the Most of Your Mudroom By Tonya Lambert

Today’s families are busy. Children and adults alike are always on the go. Families need a living space that facilitates an active lifestyle. A well-designed and organized mudroom is a key component to helping every family member’s day run smoothly.

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A mudroom is meant to make your life more efficient. A well-appointed mudroom means less stress in your life and a better start to your day.

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ncreasingly common, mudrooms are the transitional area between your home and the world outside. They are the space that contains the chaos and grime of the world and keeps it from the tranquil refuge of your living space.

Organization/Cabinetry A mudroom is meant to make your life more efficient. A well-appointed mudroom means less stress in your life and a better start to your day. Your mudroom should be comprised of specifically-designated spaces. Every shelf, cupboard, drawer and container should have a set purpose. This minimizes clutter and misplaced items which can slow you down. You may want to consider individual cubbies for each family member. Outside essentials, whether outerwear, school backpacks or sports equipment, should be easily accessible so that you can just grab and go. Frequently used items should be kept in open storage spaces so they are easily accessible. Hooks are preferable to hangers as they

can be used to hang a wider variety of items, including coats, backpacks, dog leashes, handbags and scarves. You can also grab what you need from them quickly and easily. Many people include a bench or chair in their mudroom for putting on and taking off boots. A bench that doubles as extra storage space for sports equipment, pet supplies, garden tools or other items is a great use of space. Other items you may want to consider having are a memo wipe board or bulletin board, a large family calendar, a laundry basket or a recycling bin.

Flooring The mudroom is the most trafficked room of the house. Family members and guests enter through it, bringing with them on their shoes and boots the debris of the day – be it rain or snow, mud or dirt. Consequently, the mudroom needs flooring that is durable and easyto maintain. Ceramic tile and vinyl are the best choices for mudroom flooring. Natural stone and wood if properly sealed will work, as

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well. Ceramic tile is longer lasting than vinyl but also more expensive. What you choose will depend on your sense of style and budget.

Lighting There are a number of things that need to be considered when picking the lighting for your mudroom. How much natural light is there? Are there windows or skylights in your mudroom? What colour scheme did you choose? Does your mudroom also double as a laundry room? Most mudrooms are done in darker, dirtfriendly tones. This may make additional lighting necessary. On the other hand, some people choose to go with softer lighting to make any dirt less visible. Ambient lighting such as track lights, flush mounts and pendants is often sufficient, However, a mudroom which does double-duty as a laundry room or office space may require more lighting. Design your mudroom to best suit your family’s unique needs. And remember that a room can be both functional and fashionable at the same time.

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AGRICULTURE FEATURE

Farm Safety:

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Everyone's Responsibility By Jaime Johnson

s summer winds down, folks in the agriculture sector are gearing up for the hectic harvest season. During this busy and often stressful time, farm safety should remain front-and-center in the minds of everyone working in the agriculture business. Unfortunately, safety and security are often overlooked and are issues rarely discussed outside of agricultural circles. Tractor rollovers. Aggressive animals. Machinery entanglement. Heatstroke. There’s no doubt about it - agriculture is a dangerous occupation. In fact, it ranks fourth as the most hazardous industry in Canada. The economic costs associated with agriculture-related injuries are also substantial. It’s not that farmers and ranchers aren’t aware of the dangers and risks that exist on a farm. Most people involved in the agriculture sector are acutely aware of how hazardous working on a farm can be. However, farmers are perpetual risk takers. It is part of the job. Whether the decision is to work through the night, enter a grain bin without a harness or approach an injured

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animal, risks are taken everyday in order to work a little longer, a little faster or to save a few dollars. However, farm-related injuries could be avoided or reduced if risks are recognized and continually evaluated. •

Educate workers, family members and children about farm safety and potential dangers.

Don’t be complacent about hazardous tasks that have been performed over and over without incident.

Make sure equipment is well maintained and has rollover protection, seatbelts and other proper safety features in place.

Before performing any repair work, ensure that machinery is shut off and always wear safety

goggles, earplugs, welding masks and gloves. •

Wear sunglasses in bright outdoor light to reduce glare, especially when operating machinery or vehicles.

Use ample lighting to illuminate work areas.

When working with livestock, anticipate the possibility of a stressed or injured animal behaving unpredictably.

Use gates and guards that serve as protective barriers between you and potentially aggressive or unpredictable animals.

Even when time is a scarce commodity, it is imperative that everyone has adequate rest and energy to function properly. Take breaks. Try to get at

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least six hours of sleep. Stay hydrated and well fed. If you aren’t getting enough sleep or nourishment, mental agility will be challenged and mistakes will be made. Keep an emergency kit in every tractor, combine and truck, and ensure that everyone has a mobile phone or radio readily available in case help is needed. Unpredictable and harmful accidents may still occur even when precautions are taken and safety practices are adhered to. In such an unfortunate event, having adequate disability and life insurance and a will in place is essential. This will protect your family and assets and can ensure that the financial viability of your farm will remain intact. Farm accidents may never be completely avoided, but the severity and frequency can be minimized if safety and security are kept in mind.

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AGRITERRA EQUIPMENT:

INNOVATING AND INVESTING IN THE FUTURE OF FARMING By Tonya Lambert Photos by Images by Gillies

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griculture has long been a pillar of the community in Weyburn. Indeed, 91 percent of the land in southeastern Saskatchewan is used for agriculture, split almost evenly between grain and livestock farming. Every day, these men and women work hard to feed the people of the world. This spring that work became a bit easier when Agriterra Equipment opened their first Saskatchewan dealership in Weyburn. Founded in 2013 in Stony Plain, Alberta, Agriterra Equipment is a young company that is expanding rapidly with nine locations already and more to come. The reason for the company’s success is its two-pronged approach: they have combined the trusted tradition that is the AGCO brand of farm machinery (Massey Ferguson, Challenger, Fendt, Gleaner, Sunflower, Rogator and Terragator) with the top technology available in

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Many of the product lines offered by Agriterra haven’t been sold in southeastern Saskatchewan for some time. Many area farmers are happy that these lines are available here once again. It has been like welcoming back an old friend; several years may have passed but the connection and confidence are still there. Agriterra also has a selection of used equipment that is second-to-none!

repairs, Agriterra’s technicians will ensure that your downtime is kept to a minimum this harvest season. “Check out our exclusive WinterFix PM360 Program,” says Larry Heggs, branch manager. “These specially-designed seasonal preventative maintenance packages and inspections will ensure that your equipment is in good running order for harvesting.” Agriterra offers a full warranty on parts and service for all their product lines. In addition, ask about their AGCO+ interest-free payment terms on repairs.

Agriterra understands that farmers need ‘to make hay while the sun shines,’ so to speak. That is why they have a trusted team of factory-trained technicians available 24/7 and equipped with mobile service vehicles so they can assist you both in-field/on-farm as well as in their shop. Handling everything from periodic maintenance to major component

Agriterra can also help you prepare to plant next season’s crops. They sell the most cutting-edge technology, such as Top Con, Raven and Outback Guidance GPS systems, for high speed, variable rate planting. Agriterra’s precision farming specialists will ride with you in your tractor to teach you how to utilize GIS (geographic information systems)

the agricultural industry. It is a winning combination, resulting in less downtime, more savings and higher returns.

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and GPS (global positioning systems) to assess and understand field variations. This will improve the accuracy of your fertilizer and chemical applications, resulting in lower inputs, higher yields and bigger profits. Agriterra is committed to its customers, providing friendly, knowledgeable and personalized service. They will help you with all your farm equipment needs, from

choosing the right piece of equipment to operating and maintaining your machinery. “As one of Agriterra’s largest dealerships, we look forward to working with our established customers and new customers as we continue to grow,” says Hegg.

by and check out what they can do for you, today! Agriterra Equipment 8 Minard Road 306.848.3800

Agriterra Equipment is located in the former Canadian Diesel Power building in the Crossroads Industrial Park. Come

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PET INSURANCE: ACCIDENTS AND ILLNESS HAPPEN, PET INSURANCE SAVES LIVES

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have worked in a veterinary hospital as a registered veterinary technologist for 14 years. Many times throughout the years, a patient couldn’t be saved due to financial concerns of their medical care. In Canada, we value high quality medical care for ourselves, but are not always able to afford it for our beloved pets. Pet insurance is like having health benefits for your pet. Many people don’t know about the option of pet insurance. There are a lot of questions and assumptions that it is costly and can be difficult to make claims. We recommend a company called Petsecure, one of Canada’s oldest and largest pet health insurance companies which makes the process simple. Pet insurance is referred to as coinsurance. As a Petsecure customer, you’ll be reimbursed for up to 80 per cent of the cost of care and veterinary services. This includes x-rays, hospitalization, surgery and even prescriptions required for any accident and illness. There are four different levels of coverage; they vary in coverage amounts for accidents and illness, all the way up to including your pet’s annual wellness care. You can protect any age or breed of dog or cat. Having a pet get sick or injured is stressful enough without the worry of the financial

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costs. Protect the ones you love. Speak to your veterinarian about the benefits of pet insurance or visit www.petsecure. com. As a veterinary professional, I believe in the value of pet insurance, and my bloodhound Jed is enrolled; I know no matter what trouble his nose finds, he will be protected.

but it wasn’t. Knowing that Jed had pet insurance allowed me to make the best decision for him when he needed it most. The health of your pet can change in the blink of an eye and having pet insurance allows you to adapt to it.

Here is one of many great stories of a pet’s life that has been saved because of pet insurance. I would like share my personal experience of pet insurance.

Kristin Caldwell, Weyburn, SK One morning Jed, our 5 year old Bloodhound came in from outside limping on his left hind leg. I knew from experience that his injury was most likely a ruptured cruciate ligament. After his vet examination it was confirmed he had torn his cruciate ligament. With a dog as large as Jed the preferred method of surgical repair also happens to be the most expensive. Jed is only 5 years old and I wanted to give him the best chance of resuming a normal life and preventing arthritis by having the surgery right away and going with surgery that had the best surgical success rate for his size. For a family with four children right before Christmas being able to say yes immediately could have been difficult

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With the market as competitive as it is today, we need to be flexible on the jobs we are bidding. To be flexible, we need equipment that can work in different applications. We, at Swayze’s, called on the fellows at Castleton and signed up a couple of their Cross Clam tridem trailers. This trailer will do anything that a regular belly dump and a clam dump can do, but combined into one. We can gravel roads; haul pit run, A-base, stockpile in the yards and even use it for paving. To increase the efficiencies of our hauls, we also took the next step and hooked onto a couple sets of Super B Cross Clams. These trailers function the same as the tridems but haul larger loads getting more product to your project faster.

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COGENT CHARTERED PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTANTS LLP

Helping to Keep Farmers Safe & Secure By Tonya Lambert

Safety and security: these are the key components to any successful business. To achieve both takes thoughtful planning and preparation followed by careful and consistent implementation. Cogent Chartered Professional Accountants LLP is here to help area farmers attain safety and security for themselves and their families through responsible financial planning. At the same time, they encourage their agricultural clients to seek out advice from a recognized safety consultant regarding their physical well-being during the day-to-day running of their farming operations.

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he accountants at Cogent C h a r t e re d Pro fe s s i o n a l Accountants LLP in Weyburn know that it takes dedication, determination and desire to run a business. They also understand that this alone is not enough for a business to succeed. That requires the safety and security found in proper financial planning. At Cogent, they help local business owners, like the many hardworking farmers in southeastern Saskatchewan, with all financial aspects of running a successful firm. From drawing up a business plan to retirement and estate planning as well as everything in between – bookkeeping, personal and corporate taxation and planning as well as accounting and advisory services – the staff at Cogent will take care of your finances while you look after your fields.

Of course, Cogent wants you to be safe while working on your farm. As a strong supporter of Mission: Zero, Cogent knows that undertaking a safety audit of your farming operation is every bit as important as regular financial reviews. A trained safety consultant can evaluate the conditions at your workplace, making recommendations on how to make the situation safer. This may include alterations to existing infrastructure or recommendations on safer ways to operate equipment. It will certainly include plans on how to respond quickly and effectively to various emergency situations that may occur. You love the land. You strive hard each and every day to provide food for people all over the world. Cogent Chartered Professional Accountants LLP wants to

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see you succeed. In addition to passion and perseverance, you need safety and security for that occur. Cogent can help you with bookkeeping and budgeting, taxes and trusts, and much, much more, ensuring that your corporation’s finances are safe and secure. Together with Mission: Zero, they encourage their agricultural clients to seek the support of a safety advisor to learn how to predict and prevent accidents and injuries from occurring while at work. Cogent Chartered Professional Accountants LLP wants you to be safe and secure every day in every way. Cogent Chartered Professional Accountants LLP 206 Hill Avenue 306.842.8123

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Why You Should Hire

Professionals

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et me start out with a story about some friends that I will call Bill and Louise. They wanted to renovate the upstairs of the home they had owned for 15 years. All their inquiries through the yellow pages for qualified builders put their start date out about six months. They played baseball with a guy who told them there were several guys on the team that could perform the work they wanted, thus saving them a lot of money on contractor’s fees. They could start right away for

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cash money. This all seemed too good to be true . . . and it was. After months of putting up with the demolition and the safety hazards that went with it, constant no-shows when they had been promised work, substandard workmanship when they did appear to work and a guesstimated budget that was now out-of-control, Bill and Louise’s patience ran out. They had to hire the services of a professional to take over and complete their project.

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The professional contractor they eventually hired came with references, which they promptly investigated, and he introduced them to a designer that worked with them on a plan for the area. The contractor gave them a quote and a timeline for the scope of work they required. He also informed them that the drywall and flooring should have been tested for asbestos before it was removed, as this is a work-safe mandated practice for everyone’s safety. On the acceptance of his contract, the professional contractor applied


for a permit at the local jurisdiction. The job started when it was supposed to and was completed in the allotted window of time. His company carried Work Safe insurance and liability insurance as well as a first aid ticket, as did every professional sub-trade, such as the plumber and the electrician, that worked on the project. The work was inspected at necessary stages to make sure everything was done to meet code. His crew was clean, courteous, safe and worked fulltime hours. The contractor was easy to communicate with about all aspects of the job. In the end, Bill and Louise were thrilled with the final results of their renovation, a product that came with a warranty. They were pleased they had ultimately hired a highly-trained professional and his team to guide them through their project. If you need work done on your house, your vehicle or any piece of equipment, you should hire a professional from the start. You may think you are saving a few bucks or a bit of time by using a friend or by doing the task yourself, but in the end you will be better off to hire a professional that is trained in the skills of their trade and who will do your job right the first time.

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R.P. Automotive Inc.:

SAFETY FIRST! By Tonya Lambert Photos by Images by Gillies

PHOTO TOP LEFT L-R Rob Chinski, Rod Pickering, Mike Shauf, Lucas Van Stavern MISSING FROM PHOTO Karen Worman, Debbie Cossar, Marcel Van de Woestyne, Kylie Van de Woestyne

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afety is Rod Pickering’s number one priority, the safety of his employees and the safety of his customers. That is why three years ago, Rod began developing a health and safety program for his business, R.P. Automotive Inc. “We want to make sure everyone goes home safely,” explains Rod. Over the past three years, the company has implemented a large number of safety protocols and procedures to help predict and prevent injuries in the workplace. The staff holds weekly meetings to review safety procedures. Staff members have undergone safety training in a variety of areas, such as WHMIS, forklift training and so on. There is always someone

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onsite who has First Aid training. The technicians wear safety glasses and hearing protection when working and customers are required to do so, too, if they enter the work area. Rod says that he and his staff automatically think about safety in any given situation now. “We are always attentive to possible risks,” says Rod. “Injury prevention is everyone’s responsibility, and informed employees make better decisions. R.P. Automotive Inc. signed the Mission Zero Charter in June 2016, thereby declaring the company’s commitment to workplace health and safety. In October 2016, R.P. Automotive Inc. achieved COR

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certification through The Motor Safety Association. Rod’s efforts were recognized in June when R.P. Automotive Inc. received First Place in the Small Employer Category at the 2017 Mission: Zero Awards. R.P. Automotive Inc. is an Auto Value Certified Service Centre, an AC Delco Professional Centre and a Motor State Authorized Dealer. Come in and see Rod and his staff for all your automotive repair and maintenance needs. R.P. Automotive Inc. 47 13th Street 306.842.4022


Southeastern Computer Solutions:

Enabling Their Customers To Succeed By Tonya Lambert

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or 20 years, Southeastern Computer Solutions has been designing and delivering IT business systems for companies throughout Saskatchewan and Alberta in a wide range of industries. Southeastern Computer Solutions takes a long-term interest in the IT health of the companies they serve, designing, implementing and managing secure and flexible infrastructure that mirrors each company’s business operational requirements. Whether you are setting up a new IT infrastructure, replacing an aging system or expanding your network capacity, Southeastern Computer Solutions has the expertise and experience you need. As the strategic technology partner for many companies, both big and small, Southeastern Computer Solutions keeps

up-to-date on the latest technology so their clients can improve their efficiency, increase their profitability and maximize their market presence. “We are constantly looking at new infrastructure changes and software,” explains Aaron Rubin, owner. “We stay on top of things for the benefit of our clients.” Is reducing risk to ensure that your business continues to run smoothly and efficiently important to you? “Risk assessment is one of our key focuses,” says Rubin, “understanding your business and your workflow, but also understanding the risk. We look at what is the risk versus what is the reward. Then, we advise our clients so they are informed and can make the best business decision for them. Considering the risks involved right from the start saves our clients lots of time, money and headaches.”

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Southeastern Computer Solutions is proud to provide of a wide selection of services from wireless solutions to website hosting, infrastructure design to application installation and much, much more. Let the experienced team of IT experts at Southeastern Computer Solutions help you with all your technology needs.

Southeastern Computer Solutions 414 Souris Avenue 306.842.7603

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GREATGreat PLAINS FORD Plains Ford

We Pride Ourselves on Quality Customer ServiceServi We Pride Ourselves on Quality Customer

DID YOU KNOW? We provide maintenance and repair work, including windshields, for all makes and models of vehicles - Chevrolet, GMC, Toyota, Honda, Volkswagen, Dodge and Mazda, not just Ford.

We have big city selection with a small town friendly sales staff. Experience our “no pressure� atmosphere.

We have Starbucks coffee, hot chocolate and a new waiting room for our guests to enjoy.

Our state-of-the-art body shop repairs and paints all makes and models of vehicles and is SGI Elite Certified so we can perform your SGI claim right on site.

We have a detailing department for all your cleaning requirements from an exterior wash to a full detail.

We have a fleet of courtesy vehicles to keep you on the go while we repair your vehicle.

Jeff Tosczak Owner

We have after-hours drop-off availability for our service department.

We offer spray-in bed liners for your truck box and offer custom bed liner spraying for flat decks, welding trucks, you name it. We have even sprayed an entire vehicle with bed liner.

Jeff Tosczak Owner

We have renovated to better serve our customers. Stop in and see our friendly and knowledgable staff today!

Remember, a Great Deal is a Great Plains Ford Deal! Remember, A Great Deal is a Great Plains Ford Deal! Great Plains Ford

206 Sims Avenue Weyburn | 306.842.2645 www.greatplainsford.com |


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A Quick Guide to

CLASSIC CAR RESTORATION By Tonya Lambert

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here are many reasons for wanting to restore and own a classic car. It could be the challenge and experience, the chance to attain a long-held dream or the uniqueness of owning a vehicle few others have. Perhaps it is an investment or simply nostalgia for the ‘good ole days’. Whatever your reason for undertaking a classic car restoration, approach the project realistically. This is an enterprise that takes time and requires organization, patience, perseverance, knowledge and money. Calculate your time, skills and money honestly. Research your options carefully. Check the internet and local salvage yards. When choosing a car to restore, examine it thoroughly. How much rust is there? Will the engine need to be completely rebuilt? Was it a rare model or a popular car? Remember, the rarer the car, the harder it will be to find parts. Once you have picked a vehicle to restore, you will need to take it apart completely. Do this piece by piece, taking photos

and detailed notes and keeping a record of every item. Make a list of the parts you will need and the bodywork that must be done. You can find used parts online, at salvage yards or from other enthusiasts. To restore a car, it is helpful to acquire the build sheet. This will detail exactly how the vehicle was assembled. Local mechanics, car blogs, professional restorers and other amateur enthusiasts are also a great source of knowledge. If you are not mechanically inclined, you may want to consider purchasing the necessary engine parts and then have a local mechanic install everything. For paintwork, always hire a professional. There are no short cuts or easy fixes when it comes to restoring a classic car. It takes a great deal of time, work and money, but the satisfaction that comes when driving in your classic car is priceless.

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L-R Todd Neuberger, Taylor Rafford, Deron Fahlman, and Scott Garbutt.

The JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE has been awarded Consumer Digest’s Best Buy for the past seven years.

Things like best-in-class fuel economy, towing, 4x4 capability and power are what you’d expect from a world-class SUV. Add in class-exclusive features like the available Quadra-Lift® Air Suspension, and it’s clear why this is the most-awarded SUV ever.

1627 1st Ave N Weyburn, sk 306.842.7333 www.knightdodgeofweyburn.ca


East Wey Auto Body Inc.:

Repairs Done Right By Tonya Lambert Photos Images by Gillies

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eing in an automobile accident is an awful experience. Getting your vehicle repaired doesn’t have to be. At East Wey Auto Body Inc., owners Dwayne Leslie and Steve Roelfsema and their expertly trained staff will guide you through the entire insurance claims process from reporting to appraising to repairing, resulting in a stress-free experience.

paint equipment, such as the Ford F150 aluminum repair equipment. New tools require additional training, another area that East Wey’s journeymen regularly invest in. Up-to-date equipment and ongoing skills development together with well over 100 years of combined experience means you can be confident that East Wey will repair your vehicle to factory specifications.

An SGI Accredited Elite Status repair shop, East Wey has been providing the people of Weyburn and area with peace of mind since 1978. Offering unparalleled quality, service and convenience, East Wey’s journeymen are true professionals.

East Wey also fixes the unfortunate everyday scratches and scrapes that can result in unsightly blemishes. With their expert colour matching service, state-ofthe-art spray paint booth and attention to detail, East Wey will restore your vehicle’s flawless finish in no time.

You can identify a proven professional by their equipment, training and experience. East Wey is committed to investing in the latest auto body repair and spray

precise unibody alignment and frame straightening, and expert spray painting services. East Wey Auto Body Inc….repairs done right! East Wey Auto Body Inc. 79 17th Street NE 306.842.7324

East Wey Auto Body repairs both domestic and import vehicles, offering fibre glass repairs, glass installation,

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L-R Dylan Hockley (body repairer), Kevin Colquhoun (journeyman body repairer), Bart Barretto (body repairer), Allan Lee (journeyman painter), Paul Hoffart (collision centre manager), Azur-De Allen (collision centre assistant), Nick McClung (journeyman painter), Jeremy Van Roon (body repairer)

Barber Motors

Collision Centre

Today, automobiles are manufactured using some of the most advanced technology in the world. Here at Barber Motors Collision Centre, your vehicle will be repaired the same way! Our technicians use the most sophisticated and precise technology available in the collision repair industry in order to make your vehicle like new again. We ensure the experience for our customers is as simple, straight-forward, cost effective and convenient as possible.

Insurance Claims Welcome Windshield Replacement & Chip Repair Free Shuttle Service Complete Collision Repairs on ALL Makes & Models Body & Hail Repairs Rental Vehicles Available Color Matching Specialists Paintless Dent Repair

"We are an ELITE 3 STAR SGI accredited Collision Centre!" Barber Motors #1 Government Road, Weyburn | Phone - 306.848.3613 | Open Monday - Friday 8:00am-5:00pm www.barbermotors.com


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ur experience with ReFINEd Weyburn was nothing short of excellent. The entire team was great to work with. As a new business, it was assuring to work with others who believe in what we are doing. ReFINEd sincerely wants to help promote your business in a thorough, professional way that is branded with the owner’s touch so the readers know who is behind the business and how it will benefit the public. With ReFINEd having such a great reputation, we definitely wanted to have Olympia In Depth Performance promoted

on the cover page to help spread awareness of our business throughout the community and surrounding areas. The amount of positive feedback we have had from members, the community, friends and family has been very humbling. We truly believe ReFINEd has helped to put us on the map and to reach out to people who want to be a part of what we are trying to accomplish here at OID - helping people become the best version they can be through health, fitness, coaching and community. We look forward to working with ReFINEd Weyburn again in the future. The Olympia in Depth Team

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