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by Janet Spencer On January 24, 1935, the first beer in cans was placed on sale in Richmond, Virginia. In honor of that event, come along with Tidbits as we take a look at beer! A CRUCIAL INVENTION •Ermal Cleon Fraze, born in 1913, grew up to found a tool and die company in the mid 1940s called Reliable Tool and Manufacturing Company. He invented a wide variety of products for clients including General Electric, Ford, and even NASA. But his most famous invention came as a result of a picnic in 1959. •Ermal had brought plenty of beer to the picnic, but he had forgotten the can opener, which, at that time, was the only way to crack open a cold one. He was forced to resort to opening the cans using the bumper of his car. “There oughta be a better way,” he thought to himself. •Several months later, he couldn’t sleep, so he got up to spend a few hours puttering in his workshop. The result of his tinkering was the first pop-top pull-tab can. He received a patent for it in 1963, selling the invention to Alcoa. The first customer to use the new pull-tab can was the Pittsburgh Brewing Company, makers of Iron City Beer. By 1975, 75% of U.S. breweries were using them. TO PEE OR NOT TO PEE Drinking beer makes the drinker urinate a lot— much more than drinking an equal amount of water or juice. The number of trips a beer drinker makes to the bathroom has nothing to do with the amount of liquid consumed. It has to do with something called anti-diuretic hormone (ADH)

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Used Book and Media Sale, Town N’ Country Mall You do not want to miss this winter’s fantastic book sale, running now until February 15th at the Town N’ Country Mall. From children’s picture books to teen chapter books, cookbooks, tons of romance and mystery, music CDs and movies on DVD and video, we have got a great selection this year thanks to the generous donations from the community. All proceeds from the book sale go back into the Shelter, as the sale is completely run by volunteers. It’s a perfect opportunity to stock up on reading materials for the rest of the winter! We are still accepting donations, which can be dropped off right at the sale. We can’t accept the following: dictionaries, Readers Digest condensed books, encyclopedias, textbooks, damaged materials, instructional manuals.

“Kisses for Kritters with a Tribute to the King” Dinner and entertainment featuring Rory Allen at the Heritage Inn.

It’s now or never, because if you miss this One Night out you are going to be in the Heartbreak Hotel or else Crying in the Chapel. We really are All Shook Up, it’s true, and all the Hound Dogs are singing the Jailhouse Rock here at the Moose Jaw Humane Society, getting ready for the best of the best of Elvis Tributes. The Humane Society will hold its third annual Valentine’s fundraiser, “Kisses for Kritters with a Tribute to the King” featuring Rory Allen on Thursday, February 6th at the Heritage Inn. This special evening includes cocktails, roast chicken dinner and scrumptious dessert, followed by a rocking performance by headline entertainer and the supreme Elvis Presley tribute artist, Rory Allen. Put all that together with some very desirable silent auction items and a 50/50 draw, and you truly have a night to remember. Get a group of friends together for a fun evening out, or get a babysitter for the kids and grab your honey for a date night. This is one Valentine’s event that is all about love… the love we all share, the love of animals.

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Ben - 2-3 year old neutered Border Collie cross Energetic and playful, this young boy greets everyone with enthusiasm, hoping to land himself a new home. Ben is full of life and is always on the lookout for his next play date with you. Ben would make an excellent family dog with his “been there, done that” carefree attitude. Ben is a seasoned well rounded dog who has excellent manners with other dogs. He’s sensitive, hopeful, super affectionate and eager to be someone’s best friend. Ben’s personality has won all of our hearts and we know that he will have no problem winning over your heart too. We are crossing our fingers we can get this part time flirt his forever home soon.

Lucy - 2-3 year old Retriever Collie cross Lucy is a fun-loving, happy-all-the-time, glass-is-half-full kind of dog looking for someone who loves to laugh and play around. Being a seasoned soul, this girl has a great outlook on life and is looking for a family to share that with her. Lucy is great with other dogs and would be a wonderful addition to a family looking to add another pup to their family. This lovable girl has a calm manner and resume of obedient skills that she would love to show off for you. Lucy is a wonderful addition to any family but would enjoy a family with kids 8 and up that have good manners around dogs.

Star - 2-3 year old Pitbull cross Beautiful Star still carries the scars of her former existence. Her wary shyness and lack of social skills is a consequence of severe undersocialization and neglect. Since being at the shelter we have been working with Star with the goal of helping her to become more comfortable meeting new people, new dogs and being accustomed to being in a home. Star is still learning how to walk on a leash. She will need time to build a relationship with any man that will be in her life. Star will needs to go to a home with NO cats. There is a good chance that Star may be shy of new things her entire life and will need a family that can provide her with patience and understanding. We are looking for a home that can provide Star with an endless stream of positive experiences with people and other dogs.

Sunny - adult neutered male This handsome boy is patiently waiting for his forever family to come in and adopt him. He spends his days here winning the hearts of both the staff and volunteers. Just a big furry fluffernutter, Sunny is so loving and affectionate and loves to be brushed. Sunny is the perfect name for this boy, as his disposition is so Sunny you need sunglasses! Run don’t walk if you are interested in this boy, we are sure he won’t stay here long. He has already been neutered so his going-home fee is only $25.

Sancho Adult male Sancho is turning into quite the handsome f e l l o w these days, following a close shave to deal with his bad hair days. This gorgeous puffball (how can you resist that face?) is also becoming more of a charmer now that he is comfortable and growing used to Shelter staff. Sancho is around 3 years old, and is large with a long, fluffy coat that will require help from his new family to keep tidy and beautiful. He will repay you with lots of love and affection!

Endora - 2 year old spayed female This is one beautifully fluffy and gorgeous cat, this Endora-girl. Endora has the most luxurious black fur coat, and the most beautiful golden glowing eyes that just seem to gaze with warmth at everyone she meets. She has such a friendly and sweet disposition, we feel sure when she gets a home she will prove to be one of the most lovely cat companions ever to cross your threshold. Endora is affectionate and mellow, 2 years old and already spayed, so her fee for adoption is only $25. You will love this girl, so please come give her a chance to win your heart.

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BEER FACTS •Frothingslosh was a brand of beer made by Iron City Brewing of Pittsburgh exclusively at Christmas time. The advertisements breathlessly exclaimed, “Oh, my gosh, it’s Frothingslosh!” It was billed as the “pale, stale ale with the foam on the bottom.” How did they get the foam on the bottom? They pasted the label on upsidedown. •A little cobalt is absolutely necessary for good health, but a lot can kill. Brewers in Quebec and Omaha at one time added cobalt salts to their beer because it gave the brew a better head. When beer drinkers began dropping dead, the practice was halted. •When escape artist Houdini attempted to escape from a large can filled with beer, the stunt nearly ended in disaster when he was overcome by the carbon dioxide. The alert stage manager noted the lack of sounds coming from inside the can and released him in the nick of time. •One kind of male Australian beetle always seeks out the largest female to mate with. An Australian beer manufacturer unwittingly made their beer bottles in the shape and color of the female beetle, albeit at a fantastically large size. When it was brought to the company’s attention that thousands of male beetles were trying to mate with discarded beer bottles, they redesigned the bottle. •Linseed oil soaked rags burst into flames spontaneously late one night in a restaurant in Alameda, California. The heat from the fire popped the tops on the bottles of ten cases of beer. The suds doused the flames. •In the course of the 1949 British Open, Harry Bradshaw drove a ball into a beer bottle by accident. The ball broke the bottle’s neck and ended up inside the bottom of the bottle. Rather than risk a penalty, Bradshaw decided to play it where it lay. He smashed the bottle with his club. The bottle traveled about 30 feet (9 m). WORD ORIGINS •The focal point of Irish social life is the pub. This is a term derived from ‘public house.’ At pubs, beer is served by the pint or the quart, which are abbreviated ‘P’ and ‘Q’ on the patron’s bar tab. If a bar owner was concerned that someone was running up too much of a bill, he might tell the person to ‘mind your Ps and Qs.’ A tab was often called a ‘scot’ and if the owner lost the scot or forgot to write the drink down on the scot, the drinker got off ‘scot-free.’ •In the 1830s a temperance society in Michigan was campaigning against the evils of drink. They offered their members two pledges: one was a pledge of moderate drinking, the other was a pledge of total abstinence. On the membership rolls those who had made pledges were identified as either “O.P.” for those who had taken the “Old Pledge” to drink moderately, or “T-Total” for those who embraced total abstinence. This group eventually became known as Teetotalers. •In sailing, a sheet is a line that attaches to the lower corner of a sail. When you pull the sheet in, the sail is tight against the wind and the ship sails quickly. When you let the sheet out, the sail sags and flaps in the wind and the ship comes to a standstill. A ship that has “three sheets to the wind” is floating helplessly in the water, just as a person who has had too many drinks is helpless. DUI FACTS •Drunk drivers kill 25,000 people a year, compared to 20,000 killed by homicide in the U.S. annually. They injure more people than do criminals who commit assault with a deadly weapon, and cause more property damage than all forgers, burglars, and robbers combined. •Nearly half of the 45,000 U.S. highway deaths in a year are alcohol-related.

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•Susannah Oland and her nine children left England in 1865, heading for Nova Scotia, where her husband John James Oland had gotten a job on the railroad. Susannah brewed beer in the backyard, as most people did in a day and age where drinking water could be dangerous due to contamination. But Susannah’s beer was excellent, and soon people were urging her to go into business. •In 1867 a small brewery went up for sale, and Susannah and John Oland bought it. Although the business was named James Oland & Son, it was Susannah who managed it. When John died in a riding accident in 1870, Susannah was forced to sell off majority interest in the brewery. However, seven years later she came into an inheritance after the death of a relative. She used the money to start a new brewery, renaming it ‘S. Oland, Sons, & Co.’ to hide the fact that a woman was in charge. Her sons, Conrad and George, helped run it. Eight years later, the brewery was lost– twice– due to fire. They rebuilt each time. •The local military personnel were her best customers, leading to a name change to the Army and Navy Brewery. When Susannah died in the year 1886, her sons renamed the business again, calling it the Maritime Brewing & Malting Co. •In 1917, an explosion of a munitions ship in Halifax harbor wiped out most of the town. The blast killed nearly 2,000 people, including Conrad Oland. The brewery was ruined. Within a year, George re-opened in a different part of Halifax, using the insurance money. A second plant began production in Saint John, New Brunswick, in 1928. This location is currently company headquarters. •In 1931, George introduced a pale ale he dubbed Moosehead. It became so popular that in 1947 the company was renamed for a final time, becoming Moosehead Breweries. •Through the years, the business evolved as it was managed by a continuing succession

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of Susannah’s descendents. Computers now control production. Hydraulic valves have replaced hand valves. Computer monitors now stand where control panels used to be. The facility in Saint John now cranks out 1,600 twelve-ounce bottles per minute. •Today, the Moosehead Brewery is run by two sixth-generation descendants, with Andrew Oland as CEO and Patrick Oland as CFO. Although it’s largely run by the male descendents of Susannah, Patrick Oland insists that the Quality Control department is populated mostly by women, because he feels they have a more sensitive palate. •Andrew Oland says, “My father, Derek, says that beer is a reward for hard work. It doesn’t matter whether you’ve just mowed the lawn, it’s Friday night and you’ve finished a tough week of work, or you’re getting together with friends. To me, it’s every time that you’ve worked hard and you’ve accomplished something and you want to reward yourself and celebrate your success.” •The company brews a number of beers aside from Moosehead Pale Ale, including labels such as Barking Squirrel, Cracked Canoe, and Lawn Chair. •Moosehead is now Canada’s oldest and largest brewery, as well as being the only independently family owned brewery in the country. The company currently employs about 350 people in New Brunswick. Great-great-great Grandma Susannah would be proud.

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You will need -8 oz sliced button mushrooms, 3 teaspoons of Oliv’s White or Black Truffle EVOO, ¼ cup whipping cream and salt and pepper to taste *Heat a frying pan over a medium high heat, add Oliv’s Truffle EVOO and mushrooms. Sautee for 2-3 minutes while stirring; as mushrooms are starting to brown add the cream. Continue to simmer until thick. Divide the mushrooms between you plates.

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A commonly asked question by your typical North American beer drinker is “What is the difference between lager and ale?” Let’s explore these differences and also learn why, as north americans, we mostly consume the former.

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Simply, all beer falls August 18, 1977 - into two categories January 13, 2014 lager and ale amongst which there are a myriad of different styles. At the start of the 20th century nearly every town or region in the US had its own brewery. With the advent of prohibition (1920-1933) small-scale breweries for the most part were forced to shut down. Industrial breweries survived by making other types of malt products. Any local breweries who managed to at least retain their brewing equipment were dealt the final blow with the onslaught of world war 2. Due to a shortage of war materials, the scrapping of idle brewing equipment for steel was required for the war effort. In addition, the shortage of food, including malted barley, necessitated the incorporation of other types of ingredients such as corn and rice which were abundant in north america. While the majority of men were away fighting the war, breweries had to create a market for the remaining drinkers, women. They focused on making a much lighter-bodied, less intensely-flavoured beer - lager. Until the 1980’s in the United States when laws regarding brewing were changed, ale secretly hid in the closets and basements of home-brewers. with new-found brewing freedom, home brewers started their own “craft” breweries and the world of ale, in all its delicious diversity, was reborn in North America. All beer is made of four basic ingredients: yeast, malt (usually barley), hops and water. Yeast causes fermentation, malt gives sweetness and hops add bitterness. The major difference between lager and ale is the yeast. Lager yeast gathers on top of the brewing batch of beer while ale yeast gathers on the bottom. Another difference is the temperature and length of fermentation; lager ferments much longer and at a cooler temperature

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creating a very clean and refreshing beer while ale ferments at room temperature for a shorter period and results in a more complex, fruity beer. Here is a guide to the basic beer styles: ALE German Wheat Ale (Weizenbier or Weissbier) Wheat beers are light-coloured, often cloudy, light-bodied, lightly hopped, yeasty, slightly sour and have subtle aromas of cloves and bananas. Very refreshing. There is also a Belgian variation of this beer which generally has flavours of coriander and orange peel. Classic examples: Ayinger, Erdinger, Hoegaarden

variety. The malt is sweet, the hops are relatively assertive and the carbonation is more substantial. Very refreshing, clean beer. Classic examples: Pilsener Urquell.

Lager Pilsener This, the first golden lager, was brewed in Czech in 1842. This style created a sensation due to its pale golden colour. Prior to this, all beers were dark and of the ale

Next time you are feeling adventurous, armed with this basic information, dive right in to the wonderful world of beer. They say “variety is the spice of life” and the variety of beer is nearly never-ending. Good luck in your beer journey.

American Pilsener The style of lager we all know and love. It is less hoppy than the European version and other grains are used besides malt, such as rice and corn, creating a much lighter body. Classic examples: Budweiser, etc.

Bock/Doppelbock Bock is an old German-style lager that is dark and strong. It has rich malt flavours and is light on the hops. Doppelbock is an even Pale Ale/India Pale Ale stronger version. Classic example: Einbecker Pale ales are a light brown colour and Mai Ur-Bock have a bitter hop aroma. They generally have a slightly higher alcohol content than Fruit beer/Lambic standard beer. The India pale ale is like a Primarily produced in Belgium, these beers supercharged pale ale, with intense bitterness use wild, instantly fermentable yeast. they and even higher alcohol. Classic examples: are lightly hopped, aged, sour beers and are Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, Bass Pale Ale usually slightly lower in alcohol content. They are effervescent and refreshing. Amber Ale The bridge between pale ale and brown ale, These are just a few of the many styles both flavour and colour-wise. The malt is more of beer. Although i have included examples pronounced than a pale ale and bitterness is of the renowned international brewers, all of slightly less. not extremely common. these are made by craft brewers in any region of the world. While tasting the standard is Brown Ale always a good idea, I would encourage any Brown ale is sweeter and darker than the aspiring beer connoisseur to explore these above ales. It is full-bodied with a strong styles of beer produced locally. Fresh is malt presence. It can range from mildly hoppy always the best. (British styles) to more intense (American styles). Classic example: Newcastle Brown One more question you may ask: “Where Ale can I try these beers?” Unfortunately, in government-run Saskatchewan liquors stores, Stout the selection is rather meagre. The only way Stouts are black ales that get their character to try a wide variety of craft beer is to go from roasted malt. There are many different to a specialty beer pub. Fortunately there are styles and the names usually indicate the some excellent ones in Regina: Beer Bros. flavour such as dry stout, sweet stout, oatmeal 1821 Scarth Street, stout, imperial stout (higher alcohol). They (306)586-2337. Bushwakker Brewpub are somewhat hoppy. Porter is is a style 2206 Dewdney similar to stout. Classic example: Guiness Avenue (306)359-7276. In Saskatoon: Winston’s English Pub and Grill http:// Barley Wine 243 21st Street East A high-alcohol (sometimes up to 15%), (306)374-7468. The Woods Ale House extremely complex beer with intense malt 148 2nd flavour and hop aromas. The nectar of the Avenue North. They also have a brewery, beer gods. It is usually aged for a year or Paddock Wood, http://www.paddockwood. so. com/.

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~ Community Events ~ MONDAY, JANUARY 27 DEPRESSION RECOVER PROGRAM “The depression recovery program that really works.” Unraveling depression through natural means. Defeat depression through right thinking and achieve peak mental performance. Find the cause or causes of your depression-and reverse as many changeable causes as possible through a program that addresses nutrition, lifestyle, social factors and a renewed spiritual life. Coming to Moose Jaw this January. This is an 8-week program with weekly sessions at the Fellowship Hall (downstairs), 409 Oxford St. W. (Seventh Day Adventist Church building). Space is limited, so to register, or for more information, please call 306-694-8102. 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. TEEN WELLNESS CLINIC Public Health Services, 107-110 Ominica Street West from 2-5pm. Closed on Holidays. TUESDAY, JANUARY 28 HISTORY RESTORED Moose Jaw Times Herald reporter Justin Crann will discuss his recent newspaper series and elaborate on many of our local heritage buildings in Moose Jaw. TEEN WELLNESS CLINIC Public Health Services, 107-110 Ominica Street West from 2-5pm. Closed on Holidays. SHAKE OFF THE WINTER BLUES FUNDRAISER Shake off the winter blues fundraiser will be held at the Sportman Centre, doors open at 5:30pm, dinner is served at 6:30pm & entertainment starts at 7:30pm. Proceeds go towards rotary park wheelchair washrooms. Tickets are $60 this includes meal and entertainment. TEEN WELLNESS CLINIC Public Health Services, 107-110 Ominica Street West from 2-5pm. Closed on Holidays. M.J. FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY Offers individual or small group help for those new to family research. “Stations of Learning” including English, Metis, German, Russian, Empire Loyalists, Ancestry web site, books with Blurb. Located at the M.J. Public Library in the Herb Taylor Room from 7 - 8 pm. For more information please contact Diana at 306-692-2485. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29 TOPS – (TAKE OFF POUNDS SENSIBLY) TOPS Club, Inc. is the original, nonprofit, weight-loss support and wellness education organization. Our program is scientifically proven and has

helped millions over the last 60+ years. This event repeats every Wednesday. Please email Carla at TEEN WELLNESS CLINIC Public Health Services, 107-110 Ominica Street West from 2-5pm. Closed on Holidays. BIG COUNTRY TOASTMASTERS CLUB Toastmasters is an organization that encourages personal growth through public speaking and leadership. Located in the SIAST Board Room from 7–8:30pm. For more information contact Gisele Perrault at 306-6813937. THURSDAY, JANUARY 30 TEEN WELLNESS CLINIC Public Health Services, 107-110 Ominica Street West from 2-5pm. Closed on Holidays. UNPLANNED PREGNANCY COUNSELLING Join us at the Informed Choices Pregnancy Center located at 251A High St. for a non judgemental unplanned pregnancy options counselling. For more information text Laurie at 306-690-8462 of email icpmoosejaw@ TOPS – (TAKE OFF POUNDS SENSIBLY) OPEN HOUSE Join us at the Royal Canadian Legion between 5:30 and 7:30am for a meeting and get the support of the other members as you take off pounds sensibly. You can sit in on the first meeting as a guest. Contact Brenda at 306-691-5254 or Debbie at 306-692-4380. ROYAL CANADIAN ARMY CADETS This event is for 12 - 18 year old youth male and female, who are looking for new adventures. We work on skills such as teamwork, leadership and citizenship. Come check us out on Thursday evenings at the Moose Jaw Armouries or contact the Moose Jaw Armouries at 306-692-0551. WAKAMOW PRESENTS THE BAT MAN Wakamow Valley presents The Batman. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about these amazing creatures who play an important role in keeping our ecosystems healthy and balanced. Dr Mark Brigham will dispel common myths associated with bats; nature’s answer to mosquito control. Located at the Sportsman Centre 7pm. HISTORY OF THE MOOSE JAW MULTICULTURAL COUNCIL Come to the Public Library at 2:30pm in the South Meeting Room and hear about the history of the Council and how world events have influenced the city of Moose Jaw. Learn about the Motif Festival and the rebuilding of Happy Valley Park with guest Kevin Dennison from the Moose Jaw Multicultural Council. FRIDAY, JANUARY 31 TEEN WELLNESS CLINIC Public Health Services, 107-110 Ominica Street West from 2-5pm. Closed

on Holidays. UNPLANNED PREGNANCY COUNSELLING Join us at the Informed Choices Pregnancy Center located at 251A High St. for a non judgemental unplanned pregnancy options counselling. For more information text Laurie at 306-690-8462 of email icpmoosejaw@ SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1 SNOWMOBILE POKER RALLY The Moose Jaw Sno-Drifters are organizing a snowmobile poker rally at the A&W on the north service road. Registration starts at 10am. Last rider in by 5pm to qualify for prizes. Let’s get out and ride! Contact the Sno-Drifters SUNDAY, FERUARY 2 CENTRAL LUTHERAN CHURCH 10:30am worship service. 10:30am Sunday School. All welcome!! Contact the Central Lutheran Church at 306-694-5575 for more information. SALVATION ARMY CHURCH SERVICE Please join us from 11am to 12:15pm as we meet together to sing, pray, and learn in worship. We also offer an evening service between 6:30 to 7:30pm as we sing, pray, and learn together in worship! This is a classic “hymn sing” style get together that meets in the basement of the Salvation Army Thrift Store. All are welcome! Wheelchair accessible. Please call by 5pm on Friday if you would like a ride to the service. SUNDAY JAM SESSIONS Sunday Jam Sessions have started up again, featuring Troy Downer and his band. So whether you are a singer, musician, a band, or a music lover, join us at the Moose Jaw Royal Canadian Legion at 268 High Street West for an afternoon of fun and entertainment. Things get underway any time after 2:30pm and go until the fun stops. It’s free and open to the public. UPCOMING EVENTS ANAVETS ROAST BEEF NIGHT – WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5 Anavets will be hosting a Roast Beef night. Tickets are $12. Supper is from 5:30 to 7:30pm. You can reserve tickets by calling 306693-1656. Everyone welcome. AFGHANISTAN: PERSPECTIVES FROM A PILOT – TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11 Captain Shawn Finn, a pilot from 15 Wing Moose Jaw will share his experiences during his tour of duty in Afghanistan. Located in the South Meeting Room at the Public Library at 7:30pm. KISSES FOR CRITTERS WITH RORY ALLEN – THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6 The Humane Society is hosting Kisses For Kritters at the Heritage Inn, cocktails are at 6pm, dinner is at 7pm and entertainment starts at 8:30. Tickets are $50. Please call the Moose Jaw Humane Society at 306-692-1517 for more information.

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