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The Review, Weyburn, Saskatchewan, March 7, 2018 - 7

Comp Eagles girls to host home tournament before playoffs The Comp Eagles senior girls played in a tournament over the weekend, and will host one last home tourney before taking part in the playoffs, which will also be held in Weyburn. The senior girls had a good weekend overall in Estevan, despite being their first games after taking two weekends off due to February break. On Friday night they won their game against Indian Head, putting them in the semi-final Saturday afternoon. The senior girls lost a tough game against Notre Dame in the semis, and then lost to Estevan in the bronze medal game. This weekend, March 9-10, the Eagles girls will host a tournament in the Cugnet Centre. The Eagles play Friday at 5 p.m. against North Battleford, and Saturday at 11 a.m. versus Yorkton, and then against Swift Current at 7 p.m. Playoffs for the senior girls begin the weekend of March 16-17 in Weyburn, as

Attempting to shoot for two points

they will host all of the 5A rural schools: PA Carlton, PA St Mary’s, Yorkton, North Battleford, Swift Current, Notre Dame and the Comp Eagles. The Weyburn Comp Eagles senior boys basketball team travelled to North Battleford over the weekend. They played three games, but the storm shortened the tournament. The Comp Eagles defeated Prince Albert Carlton 75-52, and then beat Lloydminster 86-68 before suffering a defeat by Moose Jaw Central, by the score of 83-71. The Comp Eagles junior girls hosted a district playoff game on Thursday, and narrowly lost to the Estevan Elecs by the score of 42-39. This was their last game of the season. The freshman boys also played in districts on Thursday, going to Estevan and winning both games to claim gold, their first medal of this season. In the first game, they beat Moosomin and the final was against St. Michael.

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Comp Junior Eagles player Grace LaBatte threw the ball up for a basket while an Estevan Elecs defender reached high to try to prevent the shot attempt as team-mate Rese King watched at left, during the junior girls district playoffs held at the Eagle gym on Thursday after school. The Jr. Eagles lost to the Elecs by the score of 42-39.

Golfer Graham DeLaet partners with Mosaic Company The Mosaic Company announced its first ambassador partnership with professional golfer and Saskatchewan native Graham DeLaet. The PGA Tour standout is known to be one of the game’s best ball strikers and is adored by fans for his iconic beard and authentic personality. DeLaet will feature The Mosaic Company logo on his right sleeve and lower bag belly positions during all PGA TOUR competitions The partnership will extend off the course with DeLaet and Mosaic collaborating on client, employee and charitable initiatives. DeLaet had an incredible breakthrough during the 2013-14 season, with an unofficial MVP shout out by his peers during his first President’s Cup appearance. To date, he has recorded 33 top-10 finishes on the PGA Tour, including a personal Major’s best of T7 at the 2017 PGA Championship. In 2016, Graham had the honour of representing his country in the Olympics, as golf returned to the Games for the first time since 1904. “Partnering with Mosaic is like a constant reminder on my sleeve of my roots and the things I love most about Saskatchewan — the people and the sense of community,” said DeLaet. “We are very much alike in the sense that we are globally based, but always looking to give back to the people and places that have supported us.” The Mosaic Company’s aim is to help the world grow the food it needs. With its Canadian head office in Regina and mining operations in Belle Plaine, Colonsay and Esterhazy, Mosaic is deeply embedded in and committed to Saskatchewan. DeLaet is known throughout Canada and the U.S. as much for his on-course

Graham DeLaet accomplishments and persona as his offcourse successes with The Graham and Ruby DeLaet Foundation. Since 2014, the Foundation has raised over $1.5 million for charities supporting children’s health and wellness and developing junior golf. This includes the Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital in Saskatoon, which Mosaic has also supported since 2009. “Graham DeLaet represents Saskatchewan, Canada and himself on the international stage with authenticity and class,” said Joc O’Rourke, President and Chief Executive Officer at The Mosaic Company. “We look forward to working with Graham, a home-grown success, to further our community endeavors together, all while cheering him on wherever he may be teeing off in the world.”

Looking to shoot for a basket A player for the St. Michael Tigers B team looked for an opportunity to throw for a basket as a defender from Lampman guarded him, during a boys district playoff game on Thursday at St. Michael School. The B team lost to Lampman and went on to win against Moosomin to end up in third place in districts.

R.M. OF SCOTT NO. 98

Bids will be received until 4:00 p.m., Monday, March 12, 2018 for the following:

Bids will be received until 4:00 p.m., Monday, March 12, 2018 for the following:

HAUL & SPREAD 4,000 CUBIC YARDS OF GRAVEL FROM GRAVEL PIT LOCATED APPROXIMATELY 60 MILES AWAY IN THE OGEMA AREA.

SUPPLY & SPREAD 4,000 CUBIC YARDS OF 7/8” ROAD GRAVEL

PLEASE STATE START DATE, PREFERABLY TO START MAY 1st, 2018. TO BE COMPLETED BY JUNE 15th, 2018 TO: 621 GRID NORTH OF YELLOW GRASS - 17 MILES 710 GRID WEST BORDER 6 MILES EAST NORTH OF THE VILLAGE OF LANG 4 MILES FOR FULL TENDER DETAILS, PLEASE CONTACT SHELLY ROBERTSON AT 306-465-2512. LOWEST OR ANY BID NOT NECESSARILY ACCEPTED. R.M. OF SCOTT NO. 98 BOX 210 YELLOW GRASS, SK S0G 5J0 PH: (306) 465-2512 FAX: (306) 465-2802 EMAIL: rm98@sasktel.net

Pursuant to The Municipalities Act, public notice is hereby given that the Village of Lake Alma intends to restructure to become included within the Rural Municipality of Lake Alma No. 8. The Village of Lake Alma is located on the following lands: The westerly 1650 feet in width throughout all that potion of the NE ¼ of section 22 lying north of the southerly limits of the station grounds of the Canadian Pacific Railway; the easterly 965 feet in width throughout all that portion of the NW ¼ of section 22 lying north of the southerly limit of the right of way of the Canadian Pacific Railway; the easterly 965 feet in width throughout the southerly 660 feet in width of the SW ¼ of section 27 and the westerly 1650 feet in width throughout of the southerly 660 feet in width of the SE ¼ of section 27; all in township 2, range 17, west of the 2nd meridian as indicated in the map below: p

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R.M. OF SCOTT NO. 98 GRAVEL HAUL & SPREAD TENDER

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC

GRAVEL SUPPLY & SPREAD TENDER

PLEASE STATE START DATE, PREFERABLY TO START MAY 1st, 2018. TO BE COMPLETED BY JUNE 15th, 2018 TO: 621 GRID NORTH OF YELLOW GRASS - 17 MILES 710 GRID WEST BORDER 6 MILES EAST NORTH OF THE VILLAGE OF LANG 4 MILES FOR FULL TENDER DETAILS, PLEASE CONTACT SHELLY ROBERTSON AT 306-465-2512. LOWEST OR ANY BID NOT NECESSARILY ACCEPTED. R.M. OF SCOTT NO. 98 BOX 210 YELLOW GRASS, SK S0G 5J0 PH: (306) 465-2512 FAX: (306) 465-2802 EMAIL: rm98@sasktel.net

The reasons for the proposal are: • Decreasing population and assessment; and • Increasing operational costs. A public meeting will be held on Thursday March 22, 2018 at 7:00 pm at the Lake Alma Community Hall, Lake Alma , Saskatchewan to discuss the proposal. Any persons who wish to object to the proposed restructuring may file a written objection, stating clearly their reason for their opposition, with the administrator of the Village of Lake Alma at the RM of Lake Alma Municipal Office, Box 163, Lake Alma, Sask. S0C 1M0. A written notice of objection must be received by the administrator by April 16, 2018. The complete proposal may be viewed at the RM of Lake Alma Municipal Office, Monday – Thursday, 8 am to 4 pm except holidays. Dated at the Village of Lake Alma, Saskatchewan, this 5th day of March, 2018. Myrna Lohse Administrator Village of Lake Alma


Weyburn Review - March 7, 2018  

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