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Fresh | Local | Living

When you’re ready to make a house your home, we’re here to help. Our homes are often the centre of our lives, the largest purchase, and our most valuable asset. This is why looking for someone to help you turn your hopes and ideas of home into a reality are so important.

For an innovative mortgage solution, with the advice you need to achieve your financial goals, visit one of our helpful and knowledgeable mortgage specialists.

You need someone who will guide you through the process, someone who you can trust, a real professional. That’s where Weyburn Credit Union comes in! We can help you save for a down payment, decide what you can afford, develop a budget to ensure homeownership is right for you and more! We will even pre-approve you for a mortgage - so when that dream home pops up on the market, you’re ready to make an offer.

It’s more than a mortgage; it’s your home. We CU different.

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Volume 1 Issue 4 EDITOR


ummer is officially here and with it comes the next edition of ReFined Weyburn & Area. We at ReFined love this beautiful season for so many reasons. We get to enjoy daylight longer, BBQ more often, view the vibrant colours of nature and enjoy the top notch weather! Our cover this issue reminds us to take advantage of this wonderful season.

Susan Gellert


DeAnne Bell Jade Danyluik

ReFined is excited to bring our readers this edition filled with a host of amazing businesses and great people. Reading through, you will learn about the many ways these businesses support our community and keep it moving forward. Inside the magazine you will find ideas to help you get outside and enjoy summer! Take a trip to Ogema for a tour back in time and learn more about what this great community has to offer.


This issue also has some great tips to help you update the exterior of your home and you can read about your favourite muscle cars from Dodge, GM and Ford.


Take time to get outside as often as you can this summer. Enjoy going for walks, golfing, spending time in your yard, camping and fishing! Don’t forget to take your copy of ReFined along for reading material on your summer excursions.

Images By Gillies


Dodge Ford GM Images By Gillies Charlene Hourd Photography

Brook Thalgott Susan Gellert Tobie Hainstock


Please remember to let these featured businesses know that you read about them in ReFined magazine. Cheers to summer!


Brooke Ward, Publisher

Monica Gilchrist 306.861.0943


Brooke Ward 306.551.4789


ReFINEd Weyburn & Area is published by ReFINEd Lifestyles Magazine Ltd. ReFINEd Weyburn & Area is independently owned and operated. Opinions expressed in ReFINEd Weyburn & Area are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the publisher or advertisers. ReFINEd Weyburn & Area does not assume liability for content. All rights reserved © ReFINEd Lifestyles Magazine Ltd. Reproduction in whole or part without permission is prohibited. For permission contact the publisher.


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306.842.6441 HOURS: Monday to Saturday – 9 am to 5:30 pm Thursday – 9 am to 9 pm

WEIMER’S HOMETOWN has been serving Weyburn and area for 46 years and is proud to call Weyburn home. They feel they have been fortunate to be able to sponsor many sport teams, clubs and also to coach different sports. This is so important for our youth to grow, make friends and learn life lessons that they take with them as they embark on their own career paths. Weimer’s are proud to bring great products from Palliser, Ashley, Best, Sealy Posturepedic, Tempurepedic, Kingsdown and appliances from Whirlpool, Maytag and Amana along with TV’s from Panasonic. Come in today and we will be more than happy to help you find that special product for your home. Thanks from all of us at Weimer’s Hometown..




STYLE & BEAUTY Summer Trends


YOUR HEALTH Nutrients from the Garden


FOOD, DRINK & EVENTS 2016 Summer Games


TRAVELSCAPES Explore the Outdoors in Saskatchewan


AT HOME Exterior Makeovers


COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT Big Brothers and Big Sisters


BUSINESS & INDUSTRY Support Local Business


MOTORING Muscle Cars


OGEMA FEATURE Tour Back in Time


TRENDING Access to top summer trends this season is as easy as stopping by these unique businesses. Featured below are favourite brands treasured by their customers. Be sure to check out these new arrivals and more.


KING’S DEPARTMENT STORE Sketchers are an incredibly versatile shoe, whether you're looking for something dressy or casual with Sketchers you will experience comfort and bounce in every step. They make footwear suitable for every member of your family and for every special occasion that you have.

Joseph Ribkoff makes sophisticated yet stylish dresses. If you want that flawless fit then this is your dress. The black paneling will visually contour your waistline with that perfect slimming hourglass illusion. Look no further for your ideal date night style. Enjoy this dress for any occasion whether it is work attire or a night out on the town.

THE VOID The Void is now carrying Silver Denim! This seasons new line ups are inspired by a mix of vintage vibe and southern rock for denim with real soul. They also have faded and worn looks for the perfect summer jean as well as styles and fits for all body types.

EVELYN LANE The Giving Keys exist to spread hope and inspire others. Check out the latest looks, trends, and collections at Evelyn Lane today. Purchase, wear and embrace the words on your key or pay it forward to a person you feel needs the message more than you do.




They Have a


for Fashion

By Brooke Thalgott Photos Charlene Hourd Photography


or forty years, King’s Department Store has been making the men, women and children of Carlyle and area look great in stylish clothes for every occasion. They may be “middle-aged” in number, but they are definitely not in a fashion time warp after four decades. “We’ve been a fixture on Carlyle’s Main Street for a long time,” says owner Ken King. “However, we’re definitely not resting on our laurels.” King’s is still as fashion forward as it was when it opened in the late 1970s. It’s a destination for shoppers across the southeast and with good reason. King’s is home to all the same fashion brands you’ll find in a major shopping centre, without having to make a long drive.

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For the ladies, the emphasis is not only on the best brands, but also the best fit. Home to popular designer Joseph Ribkoff among others, King’s and it’s attached sister store, 122 Main Fashion Boutique can style every woman. “We’re always seeking out the brands that are top of mind, and bringing them to Carlyle,” says Ken. “The store changes frequently as tastes and styles evolve.” For the gentlemen, dressing up isn’t something you do for just job interviews and weddings anymore. Men, especially the younger set, are looking for dressier, stylish threads for every day. “We’re seeing the shirt and tie make a real resurgence,” says Ken.


Under Armour, the popular fitness brand, is helping this trend towards dressier fashions grow. What started out as athletic wear is turning into a great line of clothing that can go from the gym to the office or the street. “We can get you out the door looking and feeling like a million bucks.”


For the feet, King’s is home to the ever-popular Birkenstocks sandals. The sandal, born in the 1960s, is making a resurgence with all ages. “The Birkenstock is a brand that truly has stood the test of time,” says Ken. “They have managed to create a shoe that makes a loyal customer from the first pair you ever own. They are stylish, comfortable and they last forever.” Whatever your closet might need — from outerwear to shoes to street wear, business attire and something for a special occasion — King’s has it for the whole family. Open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Saturday on Carlyle’s Main Street, let the King’s team do what they do best — fashion. You can also like them on Facebook and Instagram to stay current on store sales, events and promotions. King’s Department Store & 122 Fashion Boutique 122 & 124 Main Street, Carlyle 306.453.6337 /kingsdepartmentstore @kingsdepartmentstore



Express Yourself THROUGH FASHION

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The Void’s

top summer picks Stop in today to see this seasons fashions and products to suit your personalized taste and style. Home Decor • Jewellery • Baby Boutique THE VOID 38 6th Street Weyburn • 306.842.4499 •


Come Check Out Our Huge Selection of New Summer Lines “Western is Simple. Western is uncomplicated” Rodeo Dawg is proud to have been the first in Saskatchewan to carry Kimes Ranch apparel, and is now 2016’s hottest new trend. The brand new summer collection has arrived with a variety of hoodies, sweatshirts, tops and jeans to choose from. We have something for everyone. Style and comfort wrapped into one package. Whether you’re competing at the local jackpot, or sitting in the stands at a rodeo, Kimes Ranch apparel has you covered!

The newest colours of protective horse boots from Professional's Choice and Classic Equine will be sure to make you stand out this summer! With over 50 sets of horse boots in stock, Rodeo Dawg has become the premier location to get you and your horse rodeo ready.

Keep your horse up-to-date in the trendiest tack with top brands such as Cactus Saddlery, Teskey's, Weaver, and Dynamic Edge by Fallon Taylor. We have new tack continuously arriving at Rodeo Dawg. From the trail rider to the professional roper, we're guaranteed to have everything you need.

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Natural healing is about taking control of your body, mind and spirit.

Carly Du, owner

Services include: Feng Shui Consulting, Crystal Healing Session, Tarot Cards Reading, Raindrop Therapy, Reiki Training, Feng Shui Workshop, Crystal Healing Workshop, Metaphysical Products, Group Meditation.


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JOIN US AT OUR GRAND OPENING JUNE 17th 20% off store wide Door prizes Presentations Treats

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Nutrients from the



ackyard gardening can inspire you to take an interest in the origins of your food and make better choices about what you put on your plate. Growing your own food has many health benefits. It helps you eat more fresh fruit and vegetables as they are more plentiful and the flavour of food straight from the garden is amazing. When you grow your own food you have control over what chemicals and pesticides you put on them and you also control the harvest time. Fresh, local produce eaten soon after harvest and properly stored at cool temperatures between harvest and consumption are ideal for maximum nutrient content. Food that ripens in the garden has more nutrients and taste than vegetables and fruit that have to be picked early. Gardening has become just about the only way for most people to get truly nutritious food. The nutritional value of the food we eat depends on soil health and growing methods. Growing your own food isn’t rocket science; it’s actually very simple. It takes a little time, but things like tomatoes, lettuce, peppers — basic kitchen crops — are very forgiving. The best advice is to start small and plant things you would really like to eat. Pick a spot with at least six hours of good daytime light and access to water. Use good soil and talk to greenhouse operators or other gardeners in your area to get a sense of what grows well in your region and when to

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plant. Consider using a raised garden bed, which allows you to control the soil and nutrient blend and also is easier on your back and knees. Be patient as you cultivate your relationship with your garden and the Earth. Before long you’ll reap the benefits and you may even see a little tinge of green on those thumbs. If you like the idea of gardening and fresh food but don’t have a space, check in your area for community garden space or check out your local Co-op grocery store. They proudly support Western Canadian producers. Co-op thinks home grown tastes better. That’s why they work hard to bring you the freshest Western Canadian produce. Look for this symbol: Grown At Home for Your Local Co-op. More people are joining the exciting movement of growing backyard gardens and choosing local, seasonal foods grown on a small scale without chemicals —and the reasons for doing so are diverse. Homegrown food almost always tastes better; growing backyard vegetables is fun and can save your family money; and buying produce from farmers nearby helps build a vibrant local economy. Gardening is a gentle, relaxing and stress-lowering form of exercise. When you grow your own food, you savor it more because of the effort it took to get to the table and the incredible fresh taste. You will be amazed by how much fun gardening can be, and the pride you take in sharing healthy food nurtured by your own efforts


And don’t stop there. Share your gardening love with friends and family. Help someone who wants to learn about growing food and give him or her a hand with their first garden. When given a chance, tell people — in spirit of caring and inspiration — what you know about the value of homegrown foods.




You’ll Like How Real Feels

Supercharge Your Body with


Real Food Supplements for Everyone in Your Family


he staff at Old Fashion Foods is dedicated to your health goals, and that includes amazing products such as MegaFood One Daily. These all-natural supplements are ideal for everyone in your family!

MEGAFOOD WOMEN’S ONE DAILY offers wholesome nourishment in a convenient one tablet daily formula. It has a protective array of carotenoids and age-defying antioxidants from colourful whole foods, and supports healthy emotional balance and stress response. MEGAFOOD MEN’S ONE DAILY is a day multi-vitamin made from a variety of gently dried, fresh whole foods and organic

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herbs. It supports energy levels and a healthy stress response. It’s also easy to digest and can be taken on an empty stomach without upset. MEGAFOOD KIDS ONE DAILY is a comprehensive whole food multi-vitamin formulated by a mother for children ages five and older. Each mini-tablet is easy for a child to swallow and does not contain any sweeteners, flavourings or food colourings. The convenient one daily serving provides 24 essential nutrients to support healthy growth and development. MEGAFOOD BABY AND ME product — which is also available in an herb-free version — offers nutrients in their safe and gentle whole food form. This comprehensive prenatal formula is easy on the stomach and well tolerated by moms-to-be who are suffering from morning sickness. It supports the health of a woman and her baby during pregnancy and lactation, and includes phytonutrient rich foods to support strength and balance during pregnancy. MEGAFOOD’S TURMERIC STRENGTH COLLECTION MegaFood now offers a line of dietary supplements that take advantage of the power of turmeric to maintain a healthy inflammation response. The turmeric collection includes products for liver, joint and nutrient boosters. TURMERIC STRENGTH supplement features a proprietary blend of FoodState Kauai Organic Turmeric Root, with a pure turmeric extract (95 per cent curcumin) to deliver a guaranteed minimum level of 481 mg of curcumin per serving, plus a full spectrum of curcuminoids. Berries and cherries deliver an array of deeply pigmented antioxidants to support healthy aging. TURMERIC STRENGTH FOR LIVER delivers whole food and concentrated herbal antioxidant compounds that support healthy liver function, including support for vital detoxifying pathways. It features a proprietary blend of FoodState Kauai Organic Farms Turmeric Root and a pure turmeric extract to deliver a guaranteed minimum level of

300 mg of curcumin, together with the synergistic benefit of a full spectrum of curcuminoids. Milk thistle seed and schisandra berry are widely recognized herbs known to promote and maintain health of the liver. TURMERIC STRENGTH FOR JOINT is designed to support joint health and mobility while helping to offer relief from occasional episodes of joint pain. This supplement helps to maintain an already healthy inflammation response of joints and joint tissue, particularly after physical activity. Devil’s claw and schisandra berry provide support for joint comfort. DAILY TURMERIC NUTRIENT BOOSTER POWDER is a convenient option for whole food nutrients, superfoods and botanicals in an easily blendable form. It elevates the nutritional value and health benefit of smoothies, shakes and juices. The booster powder supports the health of cells and tissues prior to and after physical activity. It also helps maintain a healthy whole body inflammatory response. brating One Year ! Cele

Whole Food Vitamins


Higher Absorption

OLD FASHION FOODS STAFF L–R: Jennifer Lemieux; Elaine Thompson; Ann Scott, assistant manager; Christy Sanderson, owner; Yvonne Jones; Stefanie Kilberg, manager, supplement advisor MISSING: Tiffany Holman YOUR HEALTH

Old Fashion Foods 405 Souris Ave N E Weyburn 306. 842.3003



OPEN BOOT CAMP CLASSES No commitment Open to everyone

Every Tuesday and Thursday 6 to 7 a.m. Drop in–$15.00 10 punch pass (no expiry)–$125.00 Classes run inside and outside. Check our website, Instagram, or Twitter for class locations each day


Juice bar • Pro Shop • Free Weights • Exercise Machines • Cardio Machines Large multi purpose room for training and classes. • • • •

Healthy food and drink options Deals on pro shop and juice bar Exclusive personal trainers Memberships: monthly, corporate, couple, yearly, 6 month (option for pre authorized payments)

Open Mon to Fri 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sat & Sun 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Open holidays 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Michelle Schmidt Registered Massage Therapist, NHPC member Massage Therapy is essential for maintenance of tissue health, as well as prevention of injuries. Specializing in relaxation, deep tissue/therapeutic, cranial sacral and hot stone massage • Benefits: helps improve vascular and lymphatic flow within the body, helps people become aware of how they move in their personal space, and tune into their bodies to recognize when problems are evident • Gift certificates available CALL TODAY 306.891.9622 Monday to Friday Located at Olympia Fitness

Lydia Niemegeers Low Intensity Laser Therapy Completely safe with no adverse side affects. BioFlex Laser Therapy is clinically proven to eliminate pain and accelerate healing. BioFlex Laser Therapy has been approved by the FDA, Health Canada and includes more than 30 standard protocols for the treatment of a wide range of medical conditions. Low Intensity Laser Therapy can help with the following issues: • • • •

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Did you know monkeys are often used for labour in the making of coconut oil? Botanica Coconut Oil is monkey-friendly!



COCONUT OIL is one of the few foods that can be classified as a “superfood.” Its unique combination of fatty acids can have amazingly positive effects on your health.

THE AMAZING BENEFITS OF COCONUT OIL 1. Coconut Oil Contains Fatty Acids With Powerful Medicinal Properties 2. Populations That Eat a Lot of Coconut Oil Are Healthy 3. Coconut Oil Can Help You Burn More Fat 4. Coconut Oil Can Kill Harmful Microorganisms 5. Coconut Oil Can Reduce Your Hunger, Helping You Eat Less 6. The Fatty Acids in Coconut Oil Are Turned into Ketones, Which Can Reduce Seizures 7. Coconut Oil Can Improve Blood Cholesterol Levels 8. Coconut Oil Can Protect Hair Against Damage, Moisturize Skin and Function as Sunscreen 9. The Fatty Acids in Coconut Oil Can Boost Brain Function in Alzheimer’s Patients 10. Coconut Oil Can Help You Lose Fat, Especially The Harmful Abdominal Fat MORE INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND AT

brating One Year ! Cele

Old Fashion Foods

405 Souris Ave NE, Weyburn 306. 842.3003 |


This unique, one of a kind, fun, creative, educational life skills program “Changes Lives Through Horses” with positive reinforced interaction that helps youth/anyone make better life choices!

SUMMER SCHEDULE Youth Life Skills (Ages 9 to13) May 10 to June 28 Tuesdays: 6:15 PM to 7:45 PM Watch your child experience a growth in self-esteem as they learn respect and trust. This eight week course provides a foundation for life skills for young people. Using age appropriate activities, young participants will learn the importance of healthy boundaries, effective communication and teamwork with their teachers and peers.

I learned to problem solve. Rachel (Age 10) Watch our website and Facebook page for upcoming programs such as: Date Night Ladies Day Out Anti-Bullying We are looking forward to the growth and transformation of our participants. Inspiration to carry with you: Don’t wait until you’ve reached your goal to be proud of yourself. Be proud of every step you take toward reaching that goal.

13 miles west of Weyburn on Highway 13 306.861.1569 | |

Day Camp—Life Skills (Age 9+) July 5 and 12 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM Bring your own lunch Sign up and become a better you! This two-day course will help participants develop skills essential in life: effective communication, teamwork, trust, respect and problem solving. Day Camp— Youth Leadership Skills (Ages 14 to 18) July 7 and 14 Bring your own lunch Life is full of challenges! Equip your teenager to face opportunities and obstacles with ease and confidence. This eight week course uses problem solving, teamwork and assertiveness to develop effective leadership skills that will reap benefits into adulthood. If the above dates don’t work for your schedule, but you would still like the opportunity to participate, please feel free to contact us and we can find a date that works for you!


Summer Safety Tips for Pets

Catherine Colodey DVM

Prairie Animal Health Centre 416 7 Street West, Weyburn 306.842.7677 108 Breeze Street, Estevan 306.634.7123


e are all glad to see the warmer weather finally arrive in South Eastern Saskatchewan. Much fun can be had in the summer, but the season can also present certain risks to our furry friends that they might not experience at other times of the year! The warmth of the sun is lovely and there are many outdoor activities that can be enjoyed in this part of the world but the sun also must also be respected! Shorthaired and lightly coloured pets are most at risk of becoming burned by the sun's rays. Pets that spend longer periods of time outdoors should always have some sort of shade provided for them to access as they wish. Sunburnt skin may be irritating and uncomfortable, but the real possible danger to our pets is the threat of

overheating. Long haired and short nosed pets have the highest risk of becoming over heated in the summer. Unfortunately overheating is not uncommon as temperatures soar, and can affect a pet very quickly. Pets simply cannot be left in parked cars, and should be closely monitored if spending extended periods of time outdoors. Signs of overheating can include vigorous panting, dry dark red gums, lethargy, vomiting, diarrhea and symptoms can progress to collapse, seizures and death. If you suspect that this is happening to your pet, call your closest vet as soon as possible! Hot summer days can lead to thunder filled nights, and a lot of our pets just can't handle the racket! Storm anxiety is common and summer fireworks, although beautiful, can also be fairly nerve wracking for some of our pets. Thundershirts are coats made for dogs and cats that fit snugly and have proven to provide a sense of protection to our "Nervous Nellies" out there. There are even special diets and supplements that are available that can help reduce anxiety! Ticks, fleas and mosquitoes are abundant and can be bothersome to our pets and


to ourselves as well. Luckily there are easy methods to reduce and prevent the threat these pesky pests pose. Monthly administration of certain veterinary approved products has proven to be quite effective in controlling summertime pests, killing many insects on contact before they even have a chance to bite your pet. Topical antihistamine pens are a handy tool to have around and can be applied to bites if they do occur in order to provide some relief from the itching they cause. If traveling is your plan for this summer, please consider your pets' needs before you set out on the road with them. If crossing the US border, your pet will require an up-to-date rabies vaccination and if traveling south they should be put on a preventative medication to protect them from the deadly Heartworm parasite. If your furry friends are visiting a boarding facility they should be currently vaccinated against kennel cough, a troublesome bacteria that can be spread from nose to nose contact or from coughing or sneezing pets. Have a fun summer and be safe out there!





Stefanie Kilberg

Manager Supplement Advisor Old Fashion Foods 405 Souris Ave. NE Weyburn 306.842.2003

brating One Year ! Cele LAVENDER OIL We all enjoy lavender scents as aromatherapy or in our bath after a long stressful day. Did you also know that it has many other claims to fame? NERVES AND ANXIETY ISSUES: As an essential oil, lavender has a calming scent that has a relaxing effect. This is also helpful for sleeplessness. DIGESTION: Lavender oil assists in treating indigestion by stimulating the production of gastric juices and bile.


ith so many products and remedies in stores today to choose from, many consumers are looking for natural alternative treatments to minor issues. Here are some commonly sought out oils and some of their more popular benefits.

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SKIN CARE: Because it contains antiseptic and antifungal properties, lavender is used to treat a variety of skin conditions including acne, wrinkles, psoriasis and more. IMMUNE SYSTEM: Lavender essential oil contains antibacterial and antiviral properties that help boost the body’s immunity.


TEA TREE OIL Tea Tree oil is extracted from the leaves of the Melaleuca alternifolia which is native to parts of Queensland and New South Wales in Australia. Tea Tree oil has many benefits as a topical treatment. ACNE: Mix five drops of pure tea tree essential oil with two teaspoons of raw honey and rub on face. Leave for one minute and rinse off. HOUSEHOLD CLEANER: Tea tree oil contains powerful antimicrobial properties which can kill off bad bacteria in your home. DEODORANT: Those same antimicrobial properties also destroy the bacteria on your skin that causes body odor. Mix with baking soda and coconut oil for your own home made deodorant.


Peppermint is one of the oldest European herbs used for medicinal purposes such as:

Citronella is commonly known as an effective repellent for insects. As an essential oil, citronella is used in a variety of additional capacities including:

MUSCLE PAIN: Peppermint oil is a very effective natural painkiller and muscle relaxant which helps sooth backaches, sore muscles headaches and more.

ANTI-INFLAMMATORY AND PAIN REDUCER: Due to its antioxidant properties and ability to increase blood flow, citronella can be used to reduce pain and swelling to joints, tissue and muscles.

HAIR CARE: Add two to three drops of peppermint oil to your shampoo and conditioner to stimulate the scalp and energize your mind.

ROOM SPRAY AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS: Deodorize your home, dishwasher, refrigerator and laundry machine by diffusing citronella. KITCHEN CLEANER: Citronella contains antifungal and antibacterial properties and helps clean kitchen, bathroom or household surfaces without the need for harsh chemicals.

NATURAL ENERGIZER: A few whiffs of peppermint will perk you up on long road trips, in school or any other time you need to be alert. FEVER REDUCTION: Mix peppermint oil with coconut oil and rub it on a child’s neck and on the bottom of their feet to help stabilize a fever. This mixture along with eucalyptus oil also assists with respiratory issues.


ESSENTIAL OILS FOR YOU Nature’s essential oils have been used for generations in a variety of ways. Always be mindful of their strength and check on proper use and applications before applying them. Whether they are used to rub on sore muscles or to help strengthen your immune system; essential oils can play a vital role in improving the quality of our day-to-day lives.

SUMMER IS FINALLY HERE. There are so many outdoor

activities to enjoy during this season but mosquito bites can take the fun out of summer. Protect yourself naturally this year with this homemade recipe for mosquito repellent. HOMEMADE BUG SPRAY Total Time: 2 minutes



½ cup witch hazel

Mix all ingredients in 8oz spray bottle.

½ cup apple cider vinegar 40 drops essential oils (eucalyptus, lemongrass, citronella, tea tree, or rosemary) Glass spray bottle

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Avoid eyes and mouth when using repellent.



JUNE 11 Art Farm IV Van der Breggen Acreage

JUNE 12 Weyburn’s Opportunity Road Race 3rd Street

JUNE 18 Weyburn Car Club Show & Shine 3rd Street

JUNE 19 Trails Day River Park

JULY 29/AUGUST 1 Reunion 2016 Cugnet Centre, Weyburn Comprehensive School

More Than Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning Pump House Water Filtration Natural Gas Fireplaces Natural Gas Outdoor Fire Pit Tables

JULY 4–6 Weyburn Fair Fair Grounds

JULY 22–24 Weyburn Rodeo Fair Grounds

JULY 29 Outdoor Movie in the Park Weyburn Jubilee Park (Ball Diamond #5)

715 Railway Ave Weyburn 306.842.4222

JULY 30 Big Rigs for Kids in Support of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Weyburn City Center Mall Parking Lot

Go to and let us know about your events.

Financing Available



ARTFARM IV June 11 , 2016 1 to 8 p.m. Art Exhibition and Sale 40 Local Artists Live Music Food and Drinks Kids Activities South on Highway 35, West on TWP OSO, South at white barn th


Check out our website and like us on facebook to find out What’s Happening in Weyburn! Our website will help you if you’re looking for a place to eat, events to see or wanting ideas for weekend fun! Weyburn Tourism

Sunday, June 12th, 2016 Opening ceremonies is 7:30 a.m. Mini Mile starts at 7:45 a.m. Run starts at 8:00 a.m. 5 and 10K Walk 5, 10 and 15K Run New this year, 15K three person team relay

WEYBURN CAR CLUB SHOW & SHINE June 18th, 2016 3rd Street

WEYBURN REUNION 2016 July 29th to August 1st, 2016 1940s to Present

11 – 3rd Street Weyburn, SK 306.842.4738


INDUCTEES INCLUDE: • Orland Kurtenbach


• Terry Harper

Weyburn Red Wings Saskatchewan Hockey Association Saskatchewan Hockey Hall Of Fame

• Bob Turner


• Colleen Sostorics Former Red Wings Head Coach Dwight McMillan. Ron Rumball, Barry Mackenzie, and Terry O'Malley. Plus the legendary Thomas E. Huston will be honoured in the Grassroots category. The 1956–57 Flin Flon Bombers and the 1983–84 Weyburn Red Wings.

at Crescent Point Place

Tickets $100 each, available at Red Wings Office or by calling 306.861.6037 Supper by Myrna McFadden





n July 24, 2016 there will be a new village in Saskatchewan. It will be a vibrant, energetic village and one in which the average age is much lower than the typical Saskatchewan village. It is the Village of the Athletes of the Estevan 2016 Saskatchewan Summer Games. Josh Leblanc, chair of the athlete services committee, and soon to be appointed ‘Mayor of the Village’ comments, “It is hard for us to imagine the population of the village sometimes, as it will be larger than most of the small towns that surround Estevan. We are planning for 1,000 people to be in the Estevan Comprehensive School at one time. That is larger than the population of Bienfait.” Preparing for 1,800 athletes plus coaches, managers, mission staff, volunteers, and spectators to be in the ECS over the course

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of the week of the Games is a monumental task. There are many logistics to consider. “Safety and comfort of the athletes is our primary concern,” states Leblanc, “Determining the traffic flow of the people in and out of the school is an important task. There are a lot of logistics to consider, however we have a great group of volunteers that have been putting a lot of thought into how the village will operate and I am very confident that we will be great hosts to our new residents.” Feeding 1,800 athletes is another big task the Mayor will oversee. “Chef Hack from the ECS will be in charge of the kitchen for the week of the Games. He was the chef of the 2008 Saskatchewan Summer Games in Weyburn and brings that knowledge with him, as well as overseeing the daily food



services at ECS. The menu has been developed with the input of nutritionists and is designed with athletes in mind. There are lots of factors to consider, from delivery of food, to borrowing oven space at Southern Plains Co-op to ensure quality and timely meals.” While the athletes are at the Games to compete, the host committee is working hard to ensure that the 2016 Games will be a memorable event for them. During their off competition time, there will lots to keep them entertained. “We have an amazing entertainment coordinator. Jody Abel of Weyburn is heading this for our committee and has so many great ideas.” Athletes will be able to participate in events such as dance parties, complete with confetti blasters and strobe lights; drive in style movies; arcades; and, arts and culture activities throughout the city. Quiet lounges as well as computer lounges will be set up for the athletes to utilize. Running a village is a big responsibility, but one that Leblanc is very excited about. “I have been involved in the planning of the Estevan 2016 Games for close to three years now. It is something never far from my mind. We have a great bunch of volunteers and the sponsorship and support of the community has been phenomenal. I am very excited to be part of energizing the City of Estevan with the Games and creating memories that will last a life time for the 1,800 athletes coming to reside in our village.”




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1 lemon 1 lime 1 orange 1 (20 ounce) can pineapple chunks in juice 1 (750 ml) bottle moscato wine 1/2 cup gin 4 cups ginger ale

1 Slice the fruit into thin rounds and place the fruit in a large pitcher. 2 Add the pineapple chunks, juice, wine, and gin to the pitcher and stir. 3 Chill for an hour or until ready to serve, then right before serving, add chilled ginger ale. 4 Serve with pretty-coloured garnishes for a fresh, summery look!



Explore Saskatchewan By Susan Gellert

There is no better time than summer! It’s time to be adventurous, get outside, and experience everything Saskatchewan has to offer. Golf at a new course, take a long walk, or hop on your bike and check out places off the beaten path. It’s the time of year to explore new communities, or spend the evening fishing and enjoy a spectacular prairie sunset. End the day around the campfire, enjoying the endless array of twinkling stars painted across the Saskatchewan sky. TRAVELSCAPES


et into the swing of things at one of Saskatchewan’s many golf courses. From par three courses to challenging fairways through winding hills, there is a course to fit everyone from beginner to pro. With the most courses per capita in Canada, you won’t run out of golfing opportunities this summer. Whether you like to “rough it” and camp in a tent or you enjoy stretching out in your comfortable RV, there are campgrounds throughout the province to serve your needs. Saskatchewan is home to wide array of campgrounds; giving you many choices for a summer get away. Take time to enjoy a quiet evening around the campfire and don’t forget the marshmallows. If your tastes run more to history, culture and learning opportunities, Saskatchewan has you covered. Over 250 museums articulate our rich history, while galleries, festivals and cultural events showcase our diversity as a province. Spend some time this summer enjoying some small town fun with a visit to a local rodeo, mud fling, fair or town celebration. Saskatchewan’s rural communities offer fun for people of all ages and showcase the legendary prairie hospitality. Cast a line and get ready to tell some great stories. If fishing is your favourite thing to do, Saskatchewan has an endless amount of fishing adventures to choose from. Home to over 100,000 lakes and rivers, Saskatchewan offers the best freshwater fishing in the world. Still not sure where to go or what to do? Consider hiring a professional fishing outfitter to help you find Northern pike, walleye, lake trout, arctic grayling, rainbow trout and more, depending on your destination. Want to explore the back country? Whether on foot, horseback, bicycle or ATV, Saskatchewan has countless trails for you to enjoy. Regional, provincial and nationals parks offer nature trails through conservation areas that are great for bird watching and wildlife viewing. Many communities also have marked trails for you to get back to nature.

Do your summer interests consist of shopping and treasure hunting? Saskatchewan offers traditional shopping on the main streets of most communities. With a little searching you will find artisans selling homemade jewellery, pottery, crafts, woodwork and more. Watch for weekend markets and trade shows in centres near you. Whatever your interest, Saskatchewan has something for you. Use your summer to explore this great province we call home.


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The theme of this year’s TD 2016 Summer Reading Program at the Weyburn Public Library (WPL) is Wild!


Weyburn youngsters ages 6 to 13 will spend the summer playing all sorts of games, using technology, books and crafts. The TD 2016 Summer Reading Program goes from July 4 to August 12. Registration begins on Monday, June 20 from 4 to 7 p.m. at the WPL.

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Weyburn Public Library Branch The theme of this year’s TD 2016 Summer Reading Program at the Weyburn Public Library (WPL) is Wild! Weyburn youngsters ages 6 – 13 will spend the summer playing all sorts of games, using technology, books and crafts. The TD 2016 Summer Reading Program goes from



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One half banana, frozen 1½ cups blueberries, frozen 1½ cups almond milk or nondairy milk of choice 2 tablespoons walnuts, chopped 1 cup kale, leaves only, tightly packed ½ teaspoon cinnamon, ground Healthy Extras: Chia Seeds Hemp Hearts Ground Flaxseeds Blend and enjoy!

Campfire Cinnamon Roll-ups INGREDIENTS • 1 package crescent rolls • 1/4 cup sugar • 1 tbsp cinnamon • Wooden skewer 1 Combine cinnamon and sugar in bowl. 2 Separate crescent rolls and wrap them around the skewers. 3 Roll it in the cinnamon sugar mixture. 4 Cook over campfire for 5 minutes, rotating frequently. 5 Optional: Mix 1/4 cup powdered sugar and 2-3 tbsp water together to make a glaze and drizzle over cooked roll-ups. -by Yummly Rich Recipes

These Campfire Cinnamon Roll-ups are a perfect addition to your campfire meal plan. Enjoy!


Building for a Healthy Future


orking together to build a healthy future means that everyone in the community benefits as The Weyburn & District Hospital Foundation Inc. continue to raise funds for a new hospital. The Mardi Gras Gala in February raised $7800 and over the past five years the annual golf tournament has raised over $1 million dollars. Dale Renz, co-chair of the golf committee explains, “The community has raised 20 million for building construction costs. That amount represents the required 20% of the projected costs of a new hospital. Our goal is to raise another 10 million for new and additional equipment that will be required.” The 2016 Weyburn & District Hospital Foundation (WDHF) Charity Golf Tournament and Fundraising Dinner will be held Tuesday July 12th at the Weyburn Golf Club. “We are very pleased with the many sponsors who have stepped up again this year lead

by our title sponsor Weyburn Security,” says Melanie Sorensen, office manager of WDHF. Jim Onstad of Weyburn Security believes very strongly in supporting the Weyburn & District Hospital Foundation. “I have first-hand experience with understanding the value of a hospital in our community and knowing what financial commitments are required by a hospital in order to function well,” says Jim. “My wife is an ER/OR nurse who has worked in Weyburn for over 30 years. There is nothing more crucial to a community than quality medical care. That is why our company is passionate about supporting the Weyburn & District Hospital Foundation.” Dale Renz and Al York, co-chairs for the 2016 WDHF Charity Golf Tournament share the following details about the upcoming event. “Our guest on the course and featured speaker ABOVE PHOTO: Images by Gillies

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ABOVE: Jim Onstad, Weyburn Security RIGHT: Photo by Jessica Hunter BELOW: Jim Hopson

is author and former Rider CEO, Jim Hopson. Hopson has been involved with football in Saskatchewan for much of his life. He played high school and university football in Regina, graduating with a degree in education. Jim began his professional career in 1973 with the Saskatchewan Roughriders and played there until retiring to teach in 1976. In 2005 Jim became President and CEO for the Riders, and stayed there until his retirement in 2015.” Anyone golfing in the tournament will receive a signed photo with Jim Hopson. Al York wants the general public to know they are welcome to attend. “For those not able to join us on the golf course, a limited number of dinner tickets are available. The evening will include an always fantastic meal from the Weyburn Young Fellows Club, followed by Jim and our exciting live and silent auctions. In addition, Midale native Derek Meyers, Sports Reporter with Global TV in Regina, will be the MC for the evening.”

Your support of the fundraising events put on by the Weyburn & District Hospital Foundation has a direct benefit to the community. The money raised helps to make Weyburn and area stronger and provides long term health benefits to all of the residents. There are many ways to get involved with this event including sponsoring a hole, donating live or silent auction items, entering a team of golfers or purchasing dinner tickets. For further information please check out, contact any board member or get in touch with Melanie at 306-842-2626 or






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YOU HAVE HEARD THAT IT ONLY TAKES A MOMENT TO MAKE A LASTING FIRST IMPRESSION. The same theory applies to your house. Whether you’re getting ready to sell your home or simply want to make it more inviting for your friends and family, your home’s exterior appearance makes a difference. This summer invest in some changes that will enhance your home’s curb appeal and all around functionality. AT HOME

INDOOR/OUTDOOR LIVING SPACE A sunroom is an inviting and attractive addition to your home as well as adding extra living space. Sunrooms are versatile and can allow you to enjoy the outdoor experience even when the weather isn’t perfect. FRONT DOOR Your door is the gateway and the focal point to your home; make it as inviting and friendly as possible. A new front door instantly enhances your home’s appearance and can greatly increase resale value. You may not be ready to change the colour of your house, however, sometimes just changing the colour of the front door can make a huge impact. EAVESTROUGH SYSTEMS Summer months are an ideal time to replace an eavestrough system. Perhaps a system is not performing or has become outdated compared to the rest of your home. ROOFING A roof can account for 40 percent of a home’s look from the curb. Carefully consider what material will best complement your home. When replacing a roof, it’s best to tear off the old shingles rather than installing new over the existing. Removing the old shingles reveals any defects that should be fixed before the new roof is installed. WINDOWS You don’t have to put up with drafty rooms. Trade in old, energy-squandering windows for new, high-performance units. New, energy-efficient windows will pay for themselves through lower heating and cooling costs. When considering

new windows think about your budget, your home’s style and how you want the windows to perform. Prioritize the importance of ventilation, privacy, security and ease of maintenance. SIDING Refresh your homes exterior with new siding. An affordable option is vinyl siding. Once a bland material compared to wood, vinyl siding is now available in a wide variety of colors and styles (including accent pieces such as scalloped and square-cut shingles), so you’re likely to find something that suits both your taste and your budget. OUTDOOR LIGHTING Properly planned and installed outdoor lighting can add safety, style, and interest to your home. Path lighting is an important part of your outdoor lighting plan. Additionally, installing a security light will make it easier for late-night guests to find their way to your door. LANDSCAPING Curb appeal starts with quality landscaping that enhances the style of your home. Your lawn and yard can look just as beautiful as the rest of your home with proper care and maintenance. Landscaping doesn’t have to be expensive; only well thought out, interesting and cohesive. If your landscaping options are limited, consider purchasing container plants to add a bit of color to your porch or patio. If you’re not sure which colours or types of flowers to choose, enquire at your local greenhouse for specific advice. Still not sure what to plant? Call a professional landscaper, sit back and enjoy the results.





Outdoor LIVING By Melanie Furlong


magine spending time on your deck or patio this summer without worrying about UV rays, high winds or mosquitos. You can do just that when you install a custom-built enclosure from Suncoast Enclosures. The Edmonton-based company, which has been serving Regina since 1999, offers a variety of options. In the Spring of 2015, the company opened a new showroom and retail space at 3401 Pasqua St. Regional manager Don Larwood says, “It’s a great location for people to come in to see samples, photos and get information on a beautiful and functional enclosure that would work for their home.”

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Everything built by Suncoast Enclosures is designed and engineered to withstand the powerful wind, snow and hail experienced in Saskatchewan. This includes their popular 3-Season Sunrooms, Super Wind Screens and stylish Louvered Roofs. The 3-Season Sunroom, custom-built to any size, shape or colour, offers a bright, ventilated space with sliding windows and high-quality screens that provide shade and waterproofing. 3-season rooms can be pre-wired for electricity and can be used for about nine months a year with a small heat source. Another grade of screen can be used to create a super wind screen. From the inside, it allows a bright, clear unobstructed view as well as shade protection, and blocks 90 percent of the wind. Yet from the outside, it blackens out to create a privacy wall. This screen is popular withhomeowners who want to cut the wind but alsoenjoy the privacy that these screens provide. Another incredible solution for protection from sun and rain are their Louvered Roofs. They look like pergolas and have the benefits of a fully adjustable louvered system. Their eightinch blades are controlled by a self-sustaining, solar-powered remote to provide full to partial sun and rain protection.

While the company installs many of their products on new home builds, Suncoast Enclosures also works on older homes and cottages in rural communities. They’ve even done entire condominiums. Says Larwood: “Some of the comments we hear from clients are: ‘Why did we wait so long?’ and ‘Why did we make it so small?’ A lot of people say investing in an enclosure is the best money they’ve ever spent.”

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Supporting Our Youth By Tobie Hainstock


ost people have heard the African proverb, ‘It takes a village to raise a child,’ but how many of us have really given it much thought? Big Brothers Big Sisters of Weyburn not only think about that piece of wisdom; they live by it. Empowering children to make positive choices and building their self-esteem are key goals for this very focused organization.

According to Sept, there are recreational, in-school and individual mentorship programs which impact the lives of young people in the area. The Recreational programs are divided into two groups. Game On! and Go Girls are activity-based programs for students from grades six to eight. They involve various high interest activities including sports, crafts and more. The programs are designed to build self-esteem while encouraging healthy choices.

A SELECTION OF PROGRAMS “The program has changed a lot over the years. Big Brothers Big Sisters is something that all children can benefit from,” says Sharla Sept, Regional Director of Big Brothers Big Sisters Weyburn.

The In-school Program allows mentors and participants to get together once a week during the school year over lunch hour. Mentors and students will have their lunch together and take part in activities at the school. For the individual program, mentors and

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students usually meet once a week and take part in activities of their choosing. Sept explains that children and mentors are matched up according to interests. This gives them a common base to build a friendship upon. When a potential mentor contacts the organization, there is a bit of a screening process before being assigned to a child. Volunteers are given the option of which program they would like to take part in. PETER RYAN AND PAVLO For Peter Ryan and his young friend Pavlo, the Big Brothers Big Sisters In-school Program has worked very well over the past two years. Pavlo and his family came from the Ukraine and has enjoyed his time with his mentor very much. The pair enjoy lunch and sports every Wednesday. It has been a valuable experience for both. “It’s always fun to hang out and learn what it’s like to be an adult,” states Pavlo. As a volunteer for about six years, Ryan has found the experience very rewarding. “It’s great to give a young person a positive nudge in the right direction.” He encourages those interested in volunteering with Big Brothers Big Sisters Weyburn to take that step and make a positive difference in the life of a young person. A GREAT EVENT Sept invites everyone out to Big Rigs for Kids on July 30th. Come out and check out the trucks at the show and shine as the support Big Brothers Big Sisters! Registration is $75 per truck and anyone can register for this event. This great fundraiser will take place in the City Centre Mall parking lot from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admittance is free and it’s a great time for the entire family. BECOME PART OF THE VILLAGE You never truly know what positive impact you can be on someone’s life. “Just take a moment to think about the people who influenced you when you were young,” comments Sept. To be a part of the ‘Village’ reach out to Big Brothers Big Sisters today. Big Brothers/Big Sisters Weyburn 306.842.4050 Peter Ryan and his mentee





Invest in Your Community


Photos Images By Gilles


hopping locally means more to a community than most people realize. As a consumer, when you buy local, you enjoy benefits you can’t possibly get from shopping at national chains. Several studies show that when you buy from a locally owned business, rather than nationally owned businesses; significantly more of your money is used to make purchases locally. In doing so it strengthens the economic base of your community. In fact, one study found that for every $100 spent at a locally owned business, $68 remained in the community, while only $43 of each $100 spent at a nationally owned retailer stayed in the community. Online shopping at nationally owned chains have no positive impact on the well being of your community.

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Local businesses are owned by your neighbours, friends, supporters of community sports teams, parents of the kids your kids go to school with, and the people supporting your community events. When you personally know the people behind the businesses where you’re shopping at, you enjoy a connection you would not otherwise have. It’s a great feeling shopping locally knowing that your dollars will continue to help grow your community. As a part of the community, local business owners have a strong understanding of the current local economics and the ever-changing wants and needs of their customer base. Local


WHEN YOU SUPPORT LOCALLY OWNED BUSINESSES, YOU GET A BETTER LEVEL OF SERVICE AND KEEP DOLLARS IN THE COMMUNITY, WHILE CONTRIBUTING OVERALL TO MAKING YOUR CORNER OF THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE TO LIVE. owners, with much of their life savings invested in their businesses, have a natural interest in the long-term health of the community. These businesses are essential to charitable endeavours. Many of these people serve on boards and support a variety of causes and volunteerrun organizations. When a family or individual is going through hard times, local businesses are part of the rally to raise funds and provide support. In short, local business owners are invested in the community and they care about what happens to the people who live there. In uncertain economic times, local business owners look for solutions and opportunities to find positive outcomes for all. These unique local businesses create a diverse landscape and are what make your community stand out. Towns and cities across Canada have similar chain restaurants, grocery and department stores, but the diner down the street where you have breakfast every Saturday morning is one of a kind. The combined presence of your community’s many local businesses, are what make it different from every other place in the world. We embrace the idea of distinctive businesses with local character, but often forget their survival depends on our patronage. Buying local has benefits beyond mere convenience. When you support locally owned businesses, you get a better level of service and keep dollars in the community, while contributing overall to making your corner of the world a better place to live. Local businesses are owned by people who live in the community, and employ local staff. These owners are invested in the community’s future.




Professionally Clean and Environmentally Safe! By Tobie Hainstock

Whether it’s cleaning your yard up or giving your home a good freshening after a long winter; this is a great time of year to think clean!

Aaron Bohnert and his family

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Pressure Force uses only environmentally friendly, non-caustic cleaners. Have the peace of mind knowing that your family, pets and greenery is safe before and after the cleaning is done.




COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS Keep your business looking professional and fresh by having your building exterior cleaned by the professionals at Pressure Force. A clean-looking storefront is welcoming and appeals to customers. “We will also wash the back doors and garbage cans of your business. Not only does a grimy back alley look bad, it can also attract unwelcome rodents and other critters,” states Bohnert. Food service businesses such as restaurants are wise to have their commercial buildings cleaned on a monthly basis due to a build up of grease and grime.









YOUR FLEET VEHICLES When it comes to maintaining a strong professional image, sparkling fleet vehicles speak loud and clear to clients. Pressure Force specializes in cleaning all types of fleet vehicles and can make them look brand new all over again. As Saskatchewan’s only Bio-Clean team member; you can be assured that Pressure Force uses the best soaps to get your vehicles looking spectacular.

YOUR CLEAN HOME It’s great to give the inside of your home a thorough cleaning and have a sparkling home. It gives you a sense of pride in your home and is important for keeping you and your family safe from allergens, pests, mold, potential household injuries and more. What about the outside of your house? Is keeping the exterior of your home clean an important part of your regular home maintenance? According to Aaron Bohnert, owner of Pressure Force, cleaning the exterior of your home on a regular basis has several advantages. When you have your home cleaned on the outside, it has more curb appeal which is attractive for the neighbourhood and appealing to

potential buyers. Because there is less risk of mold and mildew occurring, less home repairs will be required. Bohnert notes that having your roof washed every few years can make your home safe from toxins. “Algae feeds in the limestone of your shingles. It also blocks UV protection from the shingles which will make your attic hotter and less energy efficient. Washing your roof extends the life of the shingles,” he explains. Cleaning the exterior of your dwelling is a soft wash process. Bohnert advises to never use a pressure wash system on your home as it could cause damage to your siding and paint.


Bohnert points out that Pressure Force does more than wash your vehicles; they clean them. This is done by first doing a prewash and then a soak to make certain that all the grit and grime is eliminated from your investment. He also adds that at no time, will a brush ever be used on your vehicle. All this and with a savings to your company. Save your image, trust Pressure Force to clean your fleet! Pressure Force still offers cleaning services for oil patch and construction equipment. TRUSTING THE PROFESSIONALS Count on the expertise of Pressure Force for a truly professional and environmentally safe cleaning service. Pressure Force Weyburn, SK 306.861.6373



Together We Can Do So Much By Brook Thalgott Photos Images By Gilles


ince 1979, York Jewellers has been providing Weyburn and southeast Saskatchewan with beautiful jewellery, watches and customized awards. It’s the place generations have shopped for the jewellery they have needed for the milestones of their lives — graduations, engagements, weddings, anniversaries and more. “We have been serving Weyburn since 1979 when my parents purchased the store,” says owner Al York. “They bought a store that has housed a jeweller for over 100 years.” You can see the history when you walk into York Jewellers. The original cabinetry remains; housing jewellery like it did a century ago. The store is also a huge part of their own family’s history. Al’s parents bought the store over 30 years ago, Al and his wife Jan took over in 1986, and now the third generation is part of the family business too. Al’s son Ryan joined the business a year and a half ago. “We’re part of Weyburn’s history, and the store is part of our family’s history,” says Al.

to give back to the city and people that have given so much to them. “We wouldn’t be where we are without the support of the community,” says Al. “We do what we can to give back whenever we can.” Over the years, Al and York Jewellers have been involved with many local initiatives, events and fundraisers. Al helped launch the first gym in Weyburn in the early 1980s and was heavily involved in the launch of the Weyburn Car Club Show and Shine 15 years ago. Plus, York Jewellers is always ready to help out the many local service clubs, sports teams and fundraisers around town. “We’ve been so fortunate to call Weyburn home and this is our way of saying thanks for all the support we have had throughout the years,” says Al. “When we work together to help each other, everyone benefits.” Make York Jewellers your stop for fine jewellery, watches and more.

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York Jewellers 39-3rd Street NE, Weyburn 306.842.5484

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Payroll Services

Business Planning and Management

Quickbooks Training

102 Coteau Avenue, Weyburn 306.842.2787 |


We’re happy to give back in anyway we can. We would like to thank the community for their support over the years.

Weyburn Red Wings

Weyburn Gold Wings–Esso Cup

Weyburn Wildlife Federation

Weyburn Young Fellows

Souris River Snowmobile Club

Weyburn Ag Society

Weyburn Beavers

Weyburn Humane Society

MMA–Clayton Schira

Pioneer Woman Statue

Weyburn Novice Girls

SERVICES • • • • • •

Gravel/Sand Supply Concrete Supply Crushing/Screening Stone Slinger Excavating/Trenching Sewer/Water

WEYBURN 1531 Railway Avenue 306.842.6558 Ryan 306.861.3098

• Hydro-Vac • Bridge/Abutment Repair • Culvert (Large or Small) Removal and Replace • Dam Repair

CARNDUFF Highway 318 North 306.482.3617 Randy 306.482.7647

ASSINIBOIA 306.642.3642

MOOSOMIN 306.434.9633

CARLYLE 306.453.4456

REDVERS 306.452.3688


Qualifying for a Business Loan THE


Teresa LaFoy

Business Analyst Sunrise Community Futures 11–3rd Street Weyburn 306.842.1758


tarting a business involves a lot of research, planning and a great vision. But just as important as these start-up steps, is arranging the right financing package to get your business off the ground. Community Futures (CF) Sunrise provides business loans and advice to entrepreneurs in southeast Saskatchewan. We see many great ideas come through the door, and have found there are common elements to successful business loan applications. Want the inside scoop? Here are some insights into the criteria CF Sunrise uses when looking at business loan applications: 1. CHARACTER Character is a combination of your credit history, your training and work history, and any proven experience you have in management or running a business. Your personal experience and track record are

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important — the past is a good indicator of future success. Don’t be humble; this is the time to share relevant skills, abilities and past experience. 2. CAPACITY Capacity refers to your ability to take on and repay debt based on the earning potential and cash flow of the business. We look at your business plan very carefully to determine the strength and marketability of your idea. If you’re planning to take over an existing business, we’ll evaluate the historical financial statements of the business. It’s really important that your numbers reflect the viability and potential of the business. Numbers can definitely tell a story! 3. CONDITIONS When assessing a loan request, we take great care to understand the market and conditions in which you will operate your business. Providing information in your business plan that describes the industry outlook and your own marketing strategies is crucial.


4. CAPITAL Capital includes your personal and company net worth. Make sure you know how much money you will invest into the business in ‘sweat’ and real equity, and how much you’re looking for in financing. 5. COLLATERAL All business lenders will be interested in the security you can provide for the loan funds that are requested. Make sure you can provide a list of items you own and any existing loans tied to those assets. If you plan to buy business assets with the loan funds, provide details of the asset value and where you plan to purchase these items. Your chances of obtaining a business loan depend on how your application is assessed in each of these areas. By becoming familiar with these five criteria, you can ensure that your loan application and business plan demonstrate the creativity, energy, management skills and drive behind your idea. CF Sunrise is there to assist you in achieving your business goals!

BACK L–R: Brendan Haupstein, Rob Pickering, Mat Larson, Davin Petersen, Jeremy Knibbs FRONT L–R: Danny, Shandel Clark and family PHOTO: Images By Gillies

Specializing in Framing and Custom Residential Homes DC CONSTRUCTION LTD IS LOCALLY OWNED AND OPERATED BY DANNY AND SHANDEL CLARK. Danny, a journeyman carpenter, worked in the construction industry for several years before starting his own business in Weyburn in 2009. Danny works alongside his employees; his crew currently consists of four journeyman and a 3rd year apprentice, making this team an exceptionally skilled group. Danny and Shandel appreciate the dedication the DC Construction crew offers; they are more like family to the Clarks than just employees. DC Construction can fulfill all carpentry needs, however, specializes in custom residential construction. DC Construction not only builds houses but provides clients with ideas and suggestions to ensure their new build is not just a house, but a PHOTO: Eleesha Cooper home. Danny’s experience and hands on delivery of custom homes, along with his trustworthy dedicated crew, ensures their clients expectations of quality and timely service are not only met, but exceeded.


306.861.9287 CONSTRUCTION


AT COGENT CHARTERED PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTANTS LLP we believe in the value of relationships. We view every client relationship like a partnership, and truly believe that our success is a result of your success. We are committed to our clients and our community. From your support, we’ve had the opportunity to give back to the community by supporting our local organizations, groups, sports teams and individuals. It’s important to give back to the community in order for it to grow and prosper. We appreciate our clients and thank you for your business over the years. We look forward to continuing to grow these relationships.

206 Hill Avenue Weyburn 306.842.8123

200-533 Victoria Avenue Regina 306.347.1397

277 Center Street Meadow Lake 306.236.5675

2016 Business Hall of Fame Inductee

302-22nd Street Battleford 306.937.7001

Where Natural Quality Meets Your Plate

Western Prime Meat Processors is locally owned and operated and offers wholesale and retail of beef, pork, lamb, and poultry products. As well they have a full line of sausage, jerky, patties and more. They also provide custom cutting and wrapping services. They are a Provincially Inspected meat processing facility and pride themselves on sourcing their product from 400 local Saskatchewan farmers and ranchers to ensure you are getting quality meat that meets and exceeds the national standards.. Western Prime Meat Processors are proud to support and sponsor many local non-profit organizations and charities in Weyburn and the surrounding communities.

Western Prime Meat Processors

3–22nd Avenue SE, Weyburn | 306.842.4448 |

Don't Replace! Renew With NU FLOW! • Sewer and drain line inspecations • Assess problem/line conditions • New home sewer line inspections


Reline Before Cleaning

Reline After Cleaning

Reline After Liner Install

Gary totally simplified what could have been a major project. In just one “ day our root problem was eliminated with no mess or major inconvenience. He was very efficient and knew exactly what he was doing.” –Edgar May ADVANCED SEWER RESTORATION GARY TRIBIGER Serving Weyburn, Estevan and Area 306.891.6782 | |


L-R: Rod Pickering, owner; Marcel Van De Woestyne, service manager; Rob Chinski, parts manager; Aaron Short, journeyman automotive technician; Mike Shauf, technician

Celebrating 15 Years

THANK YOU WEYBURN AND SURROUNDING AREA R. P. Automotive Inc. is proud to celebrate 15 years in the community of Weyburn. Rod Pickering; owner, wants to thanks his customers for their continued support over the years and is looking forward to serving them for years to come.

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WE TEST TIRES So You Don’t Have To KAL TIRE is pleased to expand their services to their customers with the addition to now offer SGI accredited Saskatchewan safety inspections. The highly trained and certified automotive mechanics are there to make sure your vehicle is safe and road worthy.

L–R:Vineet Raval, Suhas Chaudhari, Barb Whitrow, Jacob Orser, Devin Collins, Terry Davidson, Taukeer Farooqui

25 3rd Street SE, Weyburn | 306.842.6661 |

For 24/7 emergency road side and farm service contact Kerry at 306.897.8473

Sometimes, you will never know the true value of a moment until it becomes a memory.

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Charger SRT Hellcat and the Challenger SRT Hellcat.


ere it is, flat out: the Dodge Charger SRT® Hellcat is the most powerful sedan ever. A supercharged 6.2-liter HEMI® V8 Hellcat engine churns out 707 horsepower and uncorks 650 lb.-ft. of twist, mated to a revolutionary, segment-first TorqueFlite® 8-speed automatic transmission. This new transmission delivers fuel-efficient street driving and maximum performance track driving with 160 millisecond shifts and rev-matching downshifts. You’ll know a secret as you run errands or ferry the kids to school: the fastest quarter-mile time ever by a 4-door production car* is waiting to be unleashed at a moment’s notice. Between SRT® Drive Modes and other driver-selectable settings, the Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat offers more than 125 potential configurations. Choosing a Custom mode allows the driver to select his or her favorite settings for power, suspension, steering, transmission shifts and more, for the ultimate in customization. It looks like a muscle car with attitude. The aggressive stance and style scream performance in any language. The bold styling says that Charger SRT Hellcat is the real deal, and then it unloads 707 horsepower to prove it.


t sits quietly, patiently, like it’s stalking prey. Then suddenly, your red key unlocks and awakens the unprecedented 707 horsepower of the most powerful muscle car on the planet. It’s time to roll. Introducing the Dodge Challenger SRT® Hellcat. For the first time in Challenger history, choose a robust new HP90 eight-speed automatic transmission for grabbing gears. Steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters activate new rev-matching technology during downshifts. An all-new, driver-focused interior invites you in and takes you to a new level of performance luxury with aluminum trim, seats wrapped in your choice of Nappa leather with Alcantara® inserts or ultra-premium Laguna leather. To ensure maximum comfort, heated and ventilated seats and a 360-degree heated steering wheel are standard.



Brad Pierson, Dealer Principal


Small Town Experience Friendly Knowledgeable Staff Lifetime Engine Warranty Locally Owned & Operated Unlimited Financing Options Great New & Used Selection of Inventory

1627 1st Ave N Weyburn, SK | 306.842.7333 | |

SIXTH GENERATION CAMARO A New Benchmark of Performance

The 2016 Camaro brings an evolutionary look that stays true to its roots but possesses tighter curves, an aerodynamically optimized design and new modern lighting technologies. A faster, more nimble driving experience enabled by an all-new lightweight architecture will keep it the dominating force that it is in the sports car segment. Inside, it’s been redesigned with refinement, convenience and technology features that all add up to bring a thrilling experience behind the wheel. In addition, six different powertrain combinations expand the Camaro performance range. ALL NEW FROM THE INSIDE OUT The 2016 Camaro promises to be everything its loyal enthusiasts expect and more. Although it benchmarked its Camaro predecessor as a starting point (the number one selling car in the North American sports car segment), only two parts will carry over from the fifth generation — the bowtie emblem and the SS badge. LIGHTER, LEANER AND FASTER The refined driving experience is enabled by an all-new lightweight architecture and 2.0L Turbo, 3.6L V6 and 6.2L V8 engines. In addition, new technologies like Active Rev Matching (SS with

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manual transmission only), Driver Mode Selector and Magnetic Ride Control™ (SS models) contributes to serious performance. MORE INNOVATION AND REFINEMENT The ultimate in connectivity is available on the 2016 Camaro with available wireless charging for cell phones, new available Interior Spectrum Lighting with 24 different colours and available OnStar® with 4G LTE Wi-Fi3. Stop in at Barber Motors for a test drive and experience the all-new 2016 Camaro for yourself.


THE ALL–NEW 2017 CAMARO ZL1 Mind Over Muscle.

THE ICONIC ZL1 has been reinvented for the sixth-generation Camaro and is purpose-built to challenge the most advanced sports coupes in the world. A refined, driver-focused cockpit helps you get every last bit of performance from the supercharged 6.2L LT4 engine and available 10-speed automatic transmission. Simply put, ZL1 is a sports car designed to dominate wherever you drive it


HERE TO GET YOU THERE #1 Government Rd | 306.842.6531 | 888.291.3921

2017 Ford GT

A Legend in the Making

THE 2017 FORD GT IS WHAT TRUE INNOVATION LOOKS LIKE. From its 3.5L EcoBoost® technology to its ultra-efficient aerodynamics, the Ford GT is the culmination of everything great that Ford is famous for. This Ford GT is the ultimate expression of form following function. Its teardrop- shape body is the result of extensive work in the wind tunnel. The carbon-fibre body and its projected 600plus horsepower 3.5L EcoBoost® V6 engine are the ultimate expressions of technological innovation. Ford is targeting the best power-to-weight ratio—of any car in the market. Although Ford has yet to reveal the GT’s weight, it’s expected to be crazy light. As for the engine, Ford promises more than 600 horsepower.

Riding on what Ford calls an “active” suspension, the GT can lower itself at speed for stability and better aerodynamics. In true supercar form, a button in the cabin can lift the front end when faced with inconsiderately designed driveway ramps and speed humps. Innovation. That’s what the Ford GT is all about. From its aerodynamically optimized shape to its multifunctional buttresses to its extraordinarily powerful 3.5L EcoBoost® V6 engine, everything about the Ford GT is designed to deliver pure performance.

Whether on the road or on the track, every single element of the Ford GT was designed to deliver the extraordinary speed and exceptional handling found only in purpose-built racing cars. The GT’s rear spoiler is full of tricks, including an air-brake function. The wing can both rise vertically and tilt, its horizontal surface angling upward to capture extra downforce and drag when needed.

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Great Plains Ford

Commitment to Serving Our Community

GREAT PLAINS FORD has been a family owned and operated business since 1978. We have been proudly servicing the community for over 38 years! We take pride in the fact that we support a diverse group of charities and events such as 4-H, rodeos, derbies, concerts,

schools, and of course sports such as hockey, soccer, baseball, etc. We take extreme pride in supporting our community! We also take pride in the fact that we have the best service in the industry! Did you know that we repair all makes and models of vehicles? Not only in our service department but also in our large SGI accredited auto body shop and of course we also provide sales, leasing and custom parts. Call us today at 306.842.2645 or visit our website at

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

Great Plains Ford

206 Sims Avenue Weyburn | 306.842.2645 |

Weyburn Has It All FROM PIZZA AND BURGERS TO FINE DINING EXPERIENCES Whether it’s a night out with family and friends you want, or you are just passing through, check out Weyburn’s dining options.

Catering Available for: Corporate Lunches and Suppers • Family Reunions • Weddings IN HOUSE CATERING AVAILABLE AT CRESCENT POINT PLACE

M & M Concession

327 Mergens Street, Weyburn | PO Box 971, Weyburn S4H 2L2 | 306.842.6066 | cell: 306.861.9551

Cheers! From Your Friends at Pumpjacks


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Hours: Mon, Tues and Wed 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. Thurs 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. Fri & Sat 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 a.m. Sun 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Remember sports teams in groups of four or more to ask your server for team specials.

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TOUR BACK IN TIME By Tobie Hainstock

“We are not history makers; we are made by history.” – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

PHOTO: Kassi McCabe Photography


istory is something that fascinates us. Children study it in school, musicians write songs about it, Hollywood turns historical events into blockbusters. We just can’t get enough of it.

Located a little under an hour west of Weyburn, the town of Ogema is an enchanting community that’s home to about 320 residents. This welcoming town is immersed in a rich history.

offers tours every Saturday and Sunday from June to October. Guests experience a bit of the past as they travel on a fully restored passenger train from the 1920’s. Your voyage wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the Deep South Pioneer Museum. This pioneer village features 30 restored period buildings from Ogema and area. A real opportunity to see what life was like when Saskatchewan was just beginning. Specialty tours and charters are available for your enjoyment.

Settled in 1908, Ogema didn’t receive a post office until 1911 and was incorporated in 1912. The name of the town is Cree meaning ‘Big Chief.’ Lots for Ogema were being sold by the Canadian Pacific Railway who was, at that time, building a passage west through the southern prairies.

The town welcomes residents and visitors alike to the Ogema Fair on July 9th and Museum Day on July 10th. It’s sure to be a great time for the whole family. Don’t miss your chance to experience the prairies of yesterday!

In keeping with the love of history, Ogema is home to Saskatchewan’s only tourist rail line. Southern Prairie Railway

SOUTHERN PRAIRIE RAILWAY SOUTHERN PRAIRIE RAILWAY is located in beautiful Southern Saskatchewan and showcases the beauty and modesty of the prairies. Operating since 2011, visitors are treated to a rail excursion similar to what pioneers of the late 1800s would have experienced when arriving in this new and mysterious land. The train departs every Saturday and Sunday on different tours throughout the summer months. For more information on the tours, and dates check out Facebook, Trip Advisor, Twitter or Take a trip into the past and visit the Town of Ogema with Southern Prairie Railway and book your tickets today. Photo: Melira Photography

OGEMA CO-OP PROUD TO SUPPORT THE LOCAL COMMUNITY FOR 76 YEARS, OGEMA CO-OP has been hometown service as well as deliveries to the town of Ogema. They offer a full lumber yard and hardware store as well as bulk petroleum, paint seasonal products like BBQ’s, lawn decorations, mowers, LED trees and more. Ogema Co-op stocks select tires and provide service for tire repairs. For the farming community they stock fence posts, barbwire, cattle mineral and other agricultural products. Stop in at Ogema Co-op today for hometown service and great product selection. Business hours are Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Closed Sundays.

BENGOUGH GATEWAY FESTIVAL THE 12TH ANNUAL GATEWAY FESTIVAL is a family friendly outdoor music festival located at the Bengough Regional Park at Bengough SK. With three stages of non-stop music, acres of camping, a children’s area, food trucks, vendors and pancake breakfasts featuring Karpinka Brothers, it’s an event for all to enjoy. The dates for this year’s event are July 22 to 24, 2016 with a confirmed musical lineup including Corb Lund, The Stampeders, Sloan, Odds, Fred Penner and many more. Advanced tickets can be purchased at Bengough Drugs or Pharmasave Weyburn for $90, or buy them at the gate $120. Check out for more details.

REDCOAT GREENHOUSES AND GARDENS AN EIGHTEEN YEAR FAMILY GREENHOUSE and garden business who take pride in their quality of the plants and produce with great customer service. Owner Lucianne McKague was featured in the Radville Star’s Farm and Ranch edition, “Women in agriculture”. With the greenhouse located two miles north of Ogema and three quarter miles west, you are sure to be satisfied with the selection. The greenhouse is open Monday to Saturday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Sunday 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. until June 15; then call to find out new hours. Cell: 306.459.7803 or res: 306.459.2788.

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RADIUS CREDIT UNION OUR BRANCHES ARE STAFFED WITH EMPLOYEES WHO ARE A PART OF YOUR COMMUNITY. As well, our board of directors is made up of local citizens, who guide us in being relevant to you. We understand that living in rural Saskatchewan means traveling. We are here to provide you with local access to a wide range of products and services from highly qualified professionals. Not only do our people have the credentials, they also use ‘local sense’ to deliver the value and understanding. We are committed to serving you for the long term. Make it real with the Radius Credit Union.

KASSI MCCABE PHOTOGRAPHY THE DAY KASSI MCCABE PICKED UP A CAMERA she became a story teller. Her passion is landscape and lifestyle photography. Kassi feels very blessed to live in a part of our country where she can capture the true beauty of nature and all it has to offer. Being able to provide a family with special candid moments in a session is what inspires her with lifestyle photography. Taking an image and freezing it in time, reveals how precious the past truly is. Sometimes, you will never know the true value of a moment until it becomes a memory. 306.459.7720

WITH A TWIST – OGEMA’S SWEET TREATS DURING THE LONG HOT DAYS OF SUMMER enjoy a stop at With a Twist. This specialty ice cream shop offers soft and hard ice cream, milkshakes, sundaes, Italian sodas, slushes, churros, and much more. New on the menu this year are banana boats and poutine. The soft serve ice cream is a special product that features live probiotics so it’s not just tasty but it’s good for you as well. This unique business was started three years ago to allow young people in the community of Ogema to get job experience with handling money and seeing how a business works. They are a cash only business and look forward to serving you. You will find them at 114 Main Street, or follow us on Facebook at With a Twist – Ogema’s Sweet Treats. Mention seeing this ad in the magazine and receive a free soft serve ice cream with the purchase of poutine and slushie.

RESTORING HISTORY BURNS HOUSE BED AND BREAKFAST was built in 1919 by John Burns, it was occupied until the 1970’s and left empty until 2003. That year Harry and Sheila Larson purchased the home with the dream of re-purposing the house as a Bed and Breakfast. In 2015 the doors opened for business and the house was alive again. It has been the perfect place to celebrate the many occasions in anyone’s life. Burns’ House is celebrating their one year anniversary in June. They are available to the local communities for small events such as dinners, parties, weddings and receptions. 306.459.7448




AVONLEA BRANCH 208 Main St Avonlea, SK P: 306.868.4580 CEYLON BRANCH 114 Main St Ceylon, SK P: 306.454.2441 OGEMA BRANCH 120 Main St Ogema, SK P: 306.459.2266 24 Hour ATM PANGMAN BRANCH 125 Mergens St Pangman, SK P: 306.442.2102

Committed to the Community and its Members Working together to strengthen communities and provide solutions to meet your financial needs. When it comes to borrowing money we all have different needs. No matter what your needs are — whether it is purchasing a farm, acquiring more land or new equipment, buying a home or even thinking of starting a new business — Radius Credit Union is here to help. LOCAL We keep financing decisions local, accountable and confidential. FLEXIBLE We offer a wide range of fair, uncomplicated borrowing options and are committed to providing products and payment plans that best suit your financial requirements. PERSONAL Your character, your story and your track record matter to us. PROFESSIONAL We have experienced lenders that can answer your questions and offer sound advice that will fit your personal situation.

RADVILLE BRANCH 201 Main St Radville, SK P: 306.869.2215 24 Hour ATM TORQUAY BRANCH 518 Saskatchewan Ave Torquay, SK P: 306.923.2177 TRIBUNE BRANCH #35 Highway Tribune, SK

P: 306.456.2215

Restoring History


Serving the Community

tep back in time by booking a stay at the completely renovated Burns’ House Bed and Breakfast. Restored to the same ambiance it once had with modernized essentials, Burns’ house features treasures and memorabilia from the original house. Harry and Sheila have loved seeing the house come alive again as a bed and breakfast. It has been a place for community members and people new to the area to celebrate the many occasions in their lives. Burns’ House Bed and Breakfast is celebrating their one year anniversary in June. They are available to the local communities for small events such as dinners, parties, weddings and receptions. They exhibit local artisans and can accommodate eight in the available four rooms. Visit Burns’ House today and enjoy a glimpse of the past with the comforts of the present. BURNS' HOUSE BED AND BREAKFAST Pangman SK 306.459.2480

Our profits are your profits. Prairie Sky Co-op allocated $ 2,990,923 back to members in 2015.

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