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Avoid Giants and the Philadelphia Phillies did not go getting into deep, philosophical conversations. well for the Giants, who lost 1-0. The Giant’s Being too frank about a subject could create manager, Alvin Dark, was so angry at the team’s poor performance that he stormed into hurt feelings this week. Entertain yourself with the clubhouse, grabbed a metal stool, and a backyard gathering of close friends. threw it across the room. Unfortunately, his VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Walk before you pinky finger got caught on a rough edge of the run. Don’t try to rush a romance to the next metal and the tip of it tore off. He was rushed to the hospital and stitched up, minus the missing level before you’ve really gotten to know your tip. His players felt bad, so to make their peace partner. 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Martha – mature adult spayed female DSH Martha is a lovely lady who is nearing her one-year anniversary with the MJHS. She came to us as a stray on July 31st of 2012 and has been patiently waiting for her forever home ever since. Martha, while mostly a typical cat in many respects, is not terribly aloof, but also not an in-your-face sort of girl. Martha is a calm and gentle older cat who still has many years ahead of her that we’d love for her to spend with a family to call her own. While she did spend some time as a part of our free-range population, Martha is currently taking up residence at our satellite adoption centre with our local Pet Valu store here in Moose Jaw. If you’d like to meet this sweetheart, you can visit her there during their business hours.

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~ Community Events ~ MONDAY, JULY 29 Lawn Bowling At Crescent Park Fun for the whole family, from 8 yrs and up! At 7pm. Come 15 – 20 minutes early so teams can be drawn. There are free lessons to get you started. Please call 306-6933388, 306-691-5045 or 306-691-5959 for more information. Men’s Adult Floor Hockey Located at the 15 Wing base gym. The cost is 3 dollars, and you must use a plastic bladed stick. You can either bring your own stick or they are available at the gym. Go Fish Vacation Bible School Go Fish vacation bible school for ages 3-13. Cost $25. Program runs from 9am to 12pm. Contact Kyleigh Coad 306-681-8653. Go! Read and Create Collages! Family Services Edition Read with us, and then experiment with colours. Join us at the Family Services Bureau at 4pm for an hour and a half of reading, games, snacks & crafts. Ages 0-5 Registration is required. Register by phoning 306-692-2787. MJ Playground Program – Superheroes The Playground program is free for children ages 6-12. The program runs from 10am - 4pm. each Playground has a director who has their Play leadership Workshop and CPR/First Aid training. Activities at the park this week will be a spectacular Event! The crafts and games may even give you superpowers. Parks will receive a visit from our own neighbourhood superheroes in Moose Jaw. TUESDAY, JULY 30 MJ Playground Program – Superheroes, Continued Go Fish Vacation Bible School, Continued Cosmo Jam Sessions Come to the Cosmo Centre and join in the fun! Dance with your favourite partner or just listen to the great music from 9:30-11. Cost is $2. Go! Storytime: Brave New Foods! Love learning about food? Read some deliciously good books with us! Come and join us at the Public Library from 10am – 11am for an hour of stories, rhymes and a takehome craft. Please note: our craft may contain traces of wheat, dairy, soy or nuts. Ages 2-5. Registration is required. Register by phoning 306-692-2787. Le-Go! Mania Join us for an hour at the Moose Jaw Public Library from 2pm-3pm, and build whatever you can imagine with Lego! In August, your creations will be put on display! For ages 2-10 Registration is not required, admission is free. WEDNESDAY, JULY 31 Go Fish Vacation Bible School, Continued MJ Playground Program – Superheroes, Continued Lawn Bowling At Crescent Park Fun for the whole family, from 8 yrs and up! At 7pm. Come 15 – 20 minutes early so teams can be drawn. There are free lessons to get you started. Please call 306-6933388, 306-691-5045 or 306-691-5959 for more information.

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to his family members, he and Blair had to make a heartbreaking decision. It was a faceoff for the Buchanan brothers when Bo tried to get Clint to take responsibility for his actions. A health scare brought the Buchanan family together at the hospital. Jeffrey supported Viki when Dorian acted aggressive. Someone’s true intentions began to emerge. Coming: A carefully planned scheme is carried out. PRETTY LITTLE LIARS: When Emily saw unexpected guests Jenna and Shana at the birthday party Paige threw for her, she had the perfect place in which to confront Jenna. However, “A’s” actions at the party provided a much bigger shock. Mona’s act of generosity brought some welcome good news to Hanna

teams can be drawn. There are free lessons to get you started. Please call 306-6933388, 306-691-5045 or 306-691-5959 for more information. Megan Nash @ Hopkins Diner Join Megan Nash & Brodie Mohninger from 7-9pm for an evening of songs and stories. SATURDAY, AUGUST 3 BBQ & Dance Centre BBQ & Dance Moose Jaw and District Seniors (Timothy Eaton Garden – 510 Main St. N) from 5:30 – 11p.m. Cost: $13.50. Mud Fling Midnight Oil Mudboggers Mudfling! Starts at 12pm. Registration is from 8 to 11.Classes: street, stock, stock modified and supers. Entry fee is $50/ truck/class/ weekend. 100% entry fee prize payout. 15 minutes south of Moose Jaw on Highway 2. $10 for adults 12 and under $5 under 6 is free. For more info call 306-630-8625 or 306-690-5868. R.M. Terrell 101 Come celebrate 100 years of progress. Festivities include a parade, childrens activities, cowboy poetry, beer gardens, small air show, supper, dance with a live band and fireworks. Please pre-register. See our website: My Family’s Greatest Adventure...Geocaching! Explore the hills and valleys of Grasslands National Park as you go on your very own treasure hunt! Geocaches are hidden throughout the park and you can find them using clues and GPS points! Meet at the Rock Creek Campground in Grasslands National Park East Block located 30 km south of Wood Mountain, SK. at 7pm. Cost: $10.80/person or $25.00/family Stefan Gruber: Animation Road Show Animation artist Sefan Gruber presents a three part cat including live animation, a live voice performance and entertaining array of audience interaction. Advance tickets $8.00/ $10.00 at the door. Performance from 8-9pm at the Western Development Museum. SUNDAY, AUGUST 4 Mud Fling Midnight Oil Mudboggers Mudfling! Starts at 12pm. Registration is from 8 to 11.Classes: street, stock, stock modified and supers. Entry fee is $50/ truck/class/ weekend. 100% entry fee prize payout. 15 minutes south of Moose Jaw on Highway 2. $10 for adults 12 and under $5 under 6 is free. For more info call 306-630-8625 or 306-690-5868. UPCOMING EVENTS Royal Canadian Legion: Show & Shine, August 10th/2013 Show is open to all makes and models, hot rods, works in progress or timeless restorations. Everyone is welcome!! NO ENTRY FEES OR PRE-REGISTRATION! Just bring down your Pride and Joy and have a great day of comradeship and fun. Need more information? Call 306-692-5453. or 693-1269

and her mom, but it came with a price. Ezra received distressing news about Maggie and Malcolm. Aria and Jake continued trying to define their complicated relationship. Coming: Is Mona back on a destructive path? SWITCHED AT BIRTH: Parker’s upsetting news led Daphne to fear that Sen. Coto might be on to her scheme, and led to a major rift between Daphne and Jace. Nikki confronted her mom Jennice about her father’s history. John continued to find ways to pay back Regina for saving his life. A camping trip proved to be a memorable experience for Bay and Ty, bringing them closer together. Coming: An unexpected hitch in the wedding plans. TWISTED: Danny and Kyle ended up working

together when a development in the murder investigation threatened to send Danny away for good. Jo and Lacey considered revealing a major piece of evidence. Lacey’s disapproving father Samuel came to Green Grove with a big secret of his own. Danny came to believe that it might be time to admit everything to his two best friends. Rico was made aware of a shocking video that could destroy friendships and relationships. Coming: Rico makes a fateful decision with far-reaching consequences. VAMPIRE DIARIES: On a rebroadcast, Damon had a run-in with one of the Five. Stefan revealed his true feelings about becoming human again to Elena. New information about the cure changed everyone’s perspective. Jeremy helped Bonnie distinguish

between reality and illusion. Back in Mystic Falls, Caroline and Tyler realized they needed help from Klaus to translate the code on the Hunter’s Sword. Coming: Shane’s plan could destroy everyone. YOUNG AND RESTLESS: Taunted by Adam, Melanie told Paul that she wants to press charges against Adam for rape. After being arrested, Adam asked Melanie what it would take for her to recant her story and leave town. When Lily gave Abby attitude about being late for a meeting, Abby questioned if her being with Tyler was the real reason for Lily’s behavior. Fen was arrested for stealing drugs from the hospital. Coming: As the baby’s birth nears, Chelsea’s panic increases.

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Sonny Bird is a young lady that has been living with Cystic Fibrosis. Cystic Fibrosis (CF) is a genetic disease that is inherited; both parents must be carriers of the gene. It is a disease that can affect the lungs, liver, pancreas and intestines by creating excess secretions. It affects different patients in many different ways. Sonny has been fighting this disease her entire life. When she was diagnosed we were told that her life span would be very short. She turns 25 on July 31st. Recently Sonny’s health has taken a terrible turn for the worse. She was admitted to our Moose Jaw hospital, due to CF exasperation. Because of her size and the familiarity with the ward she is admitted on pediatrics ward. Sonny jokingly considers this her second home. They take great care of her here (thanks Heather and team). This last time they were unable to assist her. She was moved to ICU (in Moose Jaw). Once again they did the best that they were able to do with the technology available to them. She ended up in a medically induced coma and was air ambulance up to Saskatoon University Hospital (home number three), but this time instead of being up on a ward she ended up in ICU. The medically induced coma allowed her body and her lungs to rest and become stronger, while she healed and fought infection. Saskatoon ICU staff was extremely compassionate and caring (thanks David, physio therapist, and many others) but they were running out of options and it was decided that Sonny be air ambulance to Edmonton, Alberta. She was admitted to the University of Alberta CVICU (cardiovascular ICU) to have the possibility of being put on an Extra Corporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) machine. Another reason Sonny was transferred to Edmonton is because she is waiting for a double lung transplant. She has been attending a Transplant Clinic in Edmonton for over ten years. During these ten years she has completed two six-week pre-transplant protocol sessions. They are having difficulty finding lungs for her because of her size and compatibility criteria. Sonny has been fortunate enough to start getting better, ever so slowly, but better, and she did not need to be put on the ECMO machine. CVICU staff is amazing with dealing with difficult life situations. Sonny is taking slow healing steps to get better. Her numerous friends and family have sent many well wishes, prayers and lots of love. She has been moved to general ICU, where they slowly brought her out of her coma. Some of the tubes have been removed from her throat and she has a tracheotomy. As of this week Sonny has been able to walk 120 meters and now has a special machine that has enables her to speak for a few hours at a time with her tracheotomy. She has a very long road to recovery and although she is still in need of the double lung transplant she is closer to being a higher priority to receive compatible lungs. We are all wishing Sonny the best in her log road to recovery.

Sonny Bird Fundraiser Join us at Champs Sports Bar for Ribs & Ceasar Salad on

Thursday August 1st from 5-9pm

Sonny suffers from Cystic Fibrosis and is currently in the hospital in Edmonton awaiting a lung transplant. Funds from the dinner will assist her family members with expenses while they are with her in Edmonton. The fundraising dinner will feature:

•Penny Parade •Door Prizes •50/50 Draw •Raffles Tickets $12 For Advance Tickets Please Contact: Bert Graham at 306-692-0976 or Linda Peters at 306-690-1575

Why is it important to donate organs and tissue?

On any given day, thousands of patients are waiting for critical organ transplants across Canada. Sadly, hundreds die each year waiting. One person donating their vital organs and tissue can save the lives of as many as eight other people - and make a difference in the lives of many more. To be a donor, place an organ donor sticker on your Saskatchewan Health Services card and sign an organ donor card. To get a sticker and card, call 1-800-667-7551.

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•Easy Unloading Bin •Open 24/7 •Clean & Convenient Access •No Drop Off Charge •Conveniently Located In The Centre Of The City

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