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BIKE SAFETY – It’s Bike Safety Week in the city of Yorkton, which means it’s time to teach kids at schools across the city the importance of bike safety. Members of the Yorkton Municipal Detachment of the RCMP hosted bike rodeos at schools across the city, teaching kids safe bike practices and reminding them to always wear their helmets. Pictured, students from St. Michaels and M.C. Knoll took part in their rodeo, learning how to best keep control of their bike, watch for obstacles, use proper signals, and other practices to keep them safe on the road.
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under the gap analysis include consultant fees and expenses directly related to the cost of developing the assessment. Funding is available for up to 50 per cent of eligible and approved expenses to a maximum of $20,000 per applicant. The program also includes an infrastructure component, which will provide funding for facility modifications, equipment and associated installation and training to improve productivity as identified in the gap analysis. This would include projects such as process automation, process improvements and technology adoption. Funding is available for up to 50 per cent of eligible and approved expenses. The maximum project allocation per applicant is $500,000. The SLIM program is open to Saskatchewan agri-businesses involved in value-added processing of agricultural products, such as food, feed and bio-products. Interested applicants can find more information on the Ministry of Agriculture website at www.agriculture.gov. sk.ca/growingforward2.
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The government’s of Canada and Saskatchewan have announced $10 million over five years for the Saskatchewan Lean Improvements in Manufacturing (SLIM) program. “As our agriculture industry grows, there is a demand to provide safe, reliable products more efficiently and effectively than ever before,” says Sask. Ag. Minister Lyle Stewart. “Increasing our valueadded processing is a key component of our plan for growth and this new initiative will help to achieve that goal and grow the industry.” The new SLIM program will provide funding to help value-added agribusiness processors adopt best practices, new technologies, and state-of-the-art processes that stimulate improvements in productivity and efficiency. The SLIM program will provide funding for lean gap analysis to help applicants identify process improvements, associated equipment, facility modifications, and training requirements related to improvements in productivity and efficiency. Eligible expenditures
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Neighborly Advice According to Ed by Raymond Maher www.accordingtoed.com doesn’t understand how I can take weeks, months and more and still be working on the same project on the list. He has looked at my list and said that I’ll never get the list done unless I put an expiry date on it. “When the date is up, throw the list out,” Ed has instructed me. Most of my DIY jobs are not exactly critical. Putting on some baseboards, putting in sinkers to hold loose screws, filling some cracks, painting the back-stairway are needful and cosmetic, but not dire or needing to be dealt with immediately. Ed said it rightly that if I wanted to do my DIY jobs, I’d have them done. He also concluded that excuses never cover up lack of motivation. Everyone does pretty much what they want to. The Bible makes it clear it is not just hearing what needs to be done but doing it. Jesus cautioned that the wise man puts what he
(Jesus) has said into practice. He pictured the person who practices his words like a man who builds his house on the rock. The house is secure in rain and flood and wind. The foolish person hears the words of Jesus, but doesn’t follow or practice them. He is like a man building his house on the sand. The rain and flood and wind destroy it. There is no point in me having a list and not doing what needs to be done on the list. Likewise, there is no point in making excuses for ignoring the words of Jesus. Jesus speaks of a man who invited people to a banquet. Those invited all made excuses why they couldn’t come. The man filled his banquet with other folks and those making excuses missed out. Each of us is challenged with doing what God says, rather than making excuses or ignoring Him.
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How healthy is YOUR inner garden? This year, we have waited a long time to see signs of summer, but it is finally time to gather our gardening supplies! As we prepare to garden, it is a good time to think about the inner garden. Your inner garden or Biological Terrain is the fluid environment that surrounds all the 100 trillion cells in your body. Over 100 years ago, a French physiologist named Dr. Claude Bernard stated that the main cause of illness is due to imbalances within the human body. He believed that disturbances in this cellular environment affected the whole body, including the immune system. If the immune system became weakened, it had difficulty fighting disease and maintaining health. FUNCTIONS OF THE BIOLOGICAL TERRAIN The fluid that bathes the body’s cells is a very significant factor in any individual’s health. This is because the Biological Terrain has several important functions. It is responsible for delivering nutrients to every single cell in the body! Without the electrolytes, vitamins, minerals, enzymes, hormones and fluid within the Biological Terrain, body cells could simply not perform their countless vital functions that maintain health. The Biological Terrain must also carry energyrich ingredients throughout the body, so that energy can be produced in the form of ATP. ATP is the type of energy that the body needs to carry out most actions and reactions. Thirdly, the Biological Terrain allows the movement of minerals from within the cells, to be filtered and disposed of by the body. Via the Biological Terrain, these minerals enter body fluids, such as blood, urine, lymphatic
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Several lifestyle factors can put stress on the Biological Terrain, if they are chronic. A poor diet, lymphatic stagnation, insufficient rest, excess stress, drugs, alcohol and smoking are examples of these. Chemicals and toxins in our air, food, water and environment can also create biochemical stress. These can all create deficiencies and excesses in the body that can cause varying degrees of deterioration of the Biological Terrain. If the critical balance of pH, nutrient or mineral levels or hydration within the Biological Terrain becomes unbalanced, cellular stress may occur. Over time, this may cause the individual’s health to deteriorate. He may become more susceptible to the effects of harmful bacteria, viruses, yeast and fungi. However, when cells live in a healthy Biological Terrain, they will thrive. They will be better able to resist any harmful effects of damaging micro-organisms.
throughout the world. A Biological Terrain assessment considers the pH level. This reveals the acidity or alkalinity of the body’s fluids. Many important body functions depend upon very specific pH levels. Proper food digestion and absorption, the activation of enzymes so they can do their jobs, and the binding of hormones with their receptor sites in the cells are important examples of functions that depend upon adequate pH levels. Secondly, a Biological Terrain assessment considers the level of electrons in the fluids. Specific levels of electrons are required, so that the body can produce energy, in the form of ATP. Thirdly, a Biological Terrain assessment measures the level of minerals in the fluids. Balanced levels of minerals are necessary for the body to fulfill its many functions. Levels of minerals that are either too high or too low can contribute to demineralization, stagnation or congestion. These imbalances interfere with the ability of our cells to function properly and keep us healthy! As you prepare your outside garden, remember to take care of your inner garden as well. Happy gardening!
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In the past century, the science and use of Biological Terrain has grown tremendously. It is now an important part of nutritional therapies
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2010 Dodge Ram 1500 Laramie 5.7L, 8 cyl. auto, leather, Sask Tax Paid, MP3, nav. system, r. boards, tonneau cover, tow pkg., traction control, blue, 77,508 km ............................................................................$29,999* 2012 Dodge Ram 1500 Bighorn 5.7L, 8 cyl. auto, Sask Tax Paid, MP3, sat. radio, tow pkg., traction control, U-connect, true blue, 26,052 km .........................$35,999* 2012 Dodge Ram 1500 Sport 5.7L , 8 cyl., auto, MP3, r. boards, sunroof, U-connect, box liner, leather, white, 49,766 km, .............................................$35,900* 2008 Chevrolet Avalanche LTZ 5.3L, 8 cyl. auto, DVD, nav., r. boards, sunroof, box liner, leather int., black, 134,869 km.......................................$23,000* 2011 Dodge Ram 1500 Laramie 5.7L, 8 cyl. auto, MP3, nav. system, r. boards, sunroof, U-connect, leather interior, park sensor, brown/tan, 66,156 km ...............................................$36,999* 2011 Dodge Ram 1500 SXT 5.7L, 8 cyl. auto, MP3, tinted glass, tow pkg, traction control, green, 37,492 km ................................................$27,900* 2011 Dodge Ram 1500 Sport Q/C 5.7L, 8 cyl, auto, MP3, nav. sys., r. boards, sunroof, U-connect, box liner, tow pkg, leather trim, silver, 36,076 km...........................................................................$34,999* 2011 Dodge Ram 1500 SLT Q/C 5.7L, 8 cyl auto, r. boards, tonneau cover, alloys, box liner, sat. radio, tow pkg, grey, 54,558 km ..............................$28,900* 2011 Dodge Ram 1500 4.7L, 8 cyl. auto, Sask Tax Paid, CD, dual air bag remote start, traction control, white, 44,554 km ............................$27,900* 2009 Dodge Ram 1500 Laramie 5.7L, 8 cyl., auto, MP3, DVD, nav., U-connect, tow pkg, park sensor, leather trim, grey, 85,473 km.........................................................$27,999* 2009 GMC Sierra 1500 Hybrid 6.0L, 8 cyl. auto, MP3, box liner, tow pkg, silver, 73,718 km ............................................................$29,900* 2008 Dodge Ram 1500 SLT 4.7L, 8 cyl., auto, r. boards, box liner, tow pkg, fog lights, silver, 114,535 km ...............................................Call for Price* 2009 Dodge Ram 1500 Laramie 5.7L, 8 cyl. auto, Sask Tax Paid, DVD, MP3, park sensor, sunroof, traction control, U-connect, leather trim, silver, 118,343 km...................................$29,900* 2011 Dodge Ram 1500 Sport 5.7L, 8 cyl. auto, r. boards, U-connect, box liner, sat. radio, traction control, leather trim, black, 92,168 km .......................................................$29,900*
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Parkinson’s Disease Support Meeting Wed. May 22 2 p.m. @ the Yorkton & District Nursing Home. All Parkinson’s patients & interested persons welcome. for further info contact Marj. @ 306-783-7519 after May 19. Habitat for Humanity Volunteers Wanted Habitat Yorkton is excitedly preparing for another build and is looking for volunteers in a number of areas. To get your name on the volunteer list for the build or to be part of a committee, go to www.habitatyorkton.ca and click on “Volunteer Now”.
Sask. Association of Social Workers Lunch & Learn Comfort Inn, noon to 1 p.m., May 30 Guest speaker: Lois Okrainec on her trip to Namibia to assist with the development of early childhood intervention programs, $5 lunch Also: Advanced Ethics Workshop with Karen Wasylenka. No cost. For info. or to register call Arlene at 306-7867575 by May 27. All are welcome! Shakespeare in the Park Paper Bag Players have started auditions for “Much Ado About Nothing” to be performed the third week end of July. Contact Pam Milani @ pammil@ sasktel.net or 621 2685 for info. Cribbage Tourney Hosted by the Saskatchewan Senior Fitness Association St. Gerard’s Parish Hall May 22, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Reg. fee $7 Lunch for sale. Call 783-7838 for info.
The Canadian Federation of University Women/ Yorkton AGM York House Dining & Lounge, May 28 @ 6 p.m. Guest speaker: Tammy Hall. Anyone interested in hearing her presentation is welcome to join us. For more info call Bilkies @ 306-7825837 or Elsie @ 306-783-4862.
New Horizons Card Social 78 First Avenue North Bingo, pool, shuffle board & darts. Takes place the third Sunday of every month.. A bingo card game begins at 2 p.m. Admission is $3 and it includes lunch. All are welcome! 100 Year Celebration To all former employees of the Saskatchewan Hospital, North Battleford! On July 12, 13 and 14, 2013, celebrations will be held in honour of the first 100 years of service to the mentally ill by the Saskatchewan Hospital, North Battleford. Please call 306-446-1983 if you are interested in registering.
Smarty Plants The Yorkton Film Festival and the Yorkton and District Horticultural Society invite you to put down your gardening gloves for one afternoon on Friday, May 24 at 2:50 p.m. to join them in the Gallagher Centre for the screening of the film “Smarty Plants”. “Smarty Plants” is a luscious exploration of the natural world; a lighthearted look at how plants behave, revealing a world here plants are as busy, responsive and complex as we are. It’s fun, and it’s FREE! Everyone is welcome!
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Visit www. “The evolution of low vinylsiding.org to locate maintenance products is certified vinyl siding one of the greatest products and for answers achievements in the to your questions on building products indusvinyl siding. try,” according to Don Project 4 – Forget Zeman, host of the home about hanging shades or improvement radio show, blinds in areas of the Homefront with Don home where you desire Zeman. privacy. Instead, install Vinyl siding and urethane pilas- obscure acrylic block “From the introduction of vinyl window frames ters, pediment and crosshead com- windows that guarantee that never need painting bine to create a home exterior that privacy. Both the blocks to porch rail systems that requires minimal maintenance. and vinyl frames are don’t rot, decay or attract easy to maintain with termites, everyone wins with low mainte- mild soap and water. Acrylic block windows nance products,” says Zeman, who was a from Hy-Lite Products come in operable casecontractor and builder for 25 years before ment and awning styles along with large, starting his nationally syndicated show. fixed picture windows — ideal for use in the “Homeowners find that the labor and money bathroom. saved with low maintenance products allow Project 5 – When ordering windows for them more free time to enjoy their homes.” your home, make sure to request the tilt-in According to a survey of customer prefer- sash option. This feature eliminates the need ences conducted by the National Association to clean the outside of your windows by of Home Builders, low maintenance figures standing on a ladder because you can use the prominently into building product purchase tilt-in feature to quickly and easily clean the decisions. In the report What 21st Century glass from the inside of the house. Home Buyers Want, low maintenance ranked Project 6 – Add decorative style and as the second-highest reason for selecting maintenance ease to your home with fiberwall materials for the front exterior of the glass columns. Available in both round and home and the primary reason for choosing square profiles, the columns are insect, wall materials for the other three sides of the weather and decay resistant so they can be home. In the survey, low maintenance brick used both for interior and exterior applicaand vinyl sidings were the most requested tions. Versatile and elegant, columns from choices for siding. Dixie-Pacific are load-bearing and can be “Two key things have occurred that make accented with decorative capitals and bases. homeowners more conscious of low mainteProject 7 – Install moisture resistant urenance materials,” says Zeman, whose News thane mouldings and decorative millwork in from the Homefront television segments are extremely humid areas of the home, such as seen nationwide. “First, the quality and vari- bathrooms and kitchens. No matter how ety of products in this category continue to much steam is produced from showers or increase each year. Second, the free time cooking, these products won’t warp like wood homeowners have available to spend on mouldings. home maintenance continues to decrease so Project 8 – Replace existing windows with they’re constantly seeking out ways to create low-maintenance vinyl framed windows. an easy-care home.” Easy to clean with mild detergent and water, From his vantage point of reviewing thou- windows with vinyl frames, such as those sands of products and projects each year, from Simonton Windows, never have peeling Zeman offers 10 ways homeowners can make paint that needs to be stripped and replaced. their homes easier to maintain. As a bonus, vinyl is an excellent insulator, so Project 1 – Accessorize the exterior of vinyl-framed windows are extremely energy your home with durable urethane products. efficient. Easy-care shutters, window and door trim Project 9 – Invest in a solid-surface counpieces, louvers and balustrade systems resist tertop for your kitchen. This man-made warping, weather damage and insect infesta- material can have the look and feel of stone tions. Products from Fypon, like their Cellular or marble while offering the advantage of PVC bead boards that can be used for porch needing only soap and water for cleanup. ceilings, are longer-lasting than wood prod- Most solid-surface countertops are seamless ucts because they don’t absorb moisture and and resist stains, chemicals and scratches. are weather resistant. Color and style options are almost limitless Project 2 – Tired of termites feeding on and there are no veneers to chip, crack, peel your deck? Try composite decking. Made or wear out. from plastic and wood fibers, this low mainProject 10 – Save time and effort every tenance product installs and cuts like wood, time you shower by installing an acrylic block but resists rot and insects. There’s no paint- shower surround. 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Wheelchairs are a part of life for many people. Injuries or the natural aging process can make wheelchairs a necessity at some point. Those confined to a wheelchair oftentimes find themselves unable to get around their own homes, since many homes weren’t designed with wheelchairs in mind. Fortunately, there are a number of low-cost and little-work modifications you can make to your home to make it more wheelchair accessible. * Remove any loose carpeting or rugs. Whether you have a manual or electricpowered wheelchair, it is easy to get caught on any carpeting that might not be as secure as it once was. Similarly, rugs will more than likely get caught in your wheels. Simply removing these and replacing your carpet with new carpet that fits more snugly to the floor is a good way to make getting around a lot easier. * Replace your door knobs with levers. This will make getting in and out of your house as well as in and out of any rooms far less stressful. Door knobs can be difficult for a wheelchair-bound person to turn, but a lever can simply be pushed down and in to make access to the room easier. This is precisely the reason you’ll notice all hospital rooms have lever handles as opposed to knobs. * Install mini ramps on high door thresholds. Since many door thresholds can be high off the ground, getting a wheelchair over these thresholds can be difficult. By gluing or sealing down a few tiny wedges of wood or metal, you’re essentially making a mini ramp that will help you get in and out of your home sans help. * Install grab bars in your bathroom. Requiring help maneuvering in the bathroom can be embarrassing and one of the hardest parts of wheelchair life. You can install grab bars in your bathroom that should allow you to use the bathroom by yourself. These bars will stabilize you as you move from your wheelchair to your toilet and from the bathtub to your wheelchair and vice versa. All wheelchair-accessible public restrooms have these bars, so if you have the time, check them out to see how you can best place them around your bathroom. It is also important to note that many household doorways are too narrow for wheelchairs to fit through, so they will need to be widened. This, however, is a job best done by a professional. * Install a nonslip floor in your bathroom. Bathroom floors tend to get wet, becoming a danger for anyone, regardless of accessibility. Making your floor nonslip will greatly reduce the chances of you or your wheelchair slipping when you’re transferring from your chair to the tub or vice versa. Consider flooring tiles that are nonslip, or a durable, low-pile carpeting. * Install automatic sink fixtures. Motion-detecting sink fixtures can make operating your sink an easy process. With motion-detecting fixtures, all you need to do is place your hands under the faucet and wait for the water to come on. This negates having to reach for the sink handles. You might also want to consider
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(MS) — One of the hottest surfaces for home decorating may be just outside your front (or back) door: concrete! Much of the concrete outside of a home is gray and distinctly undecorative, but there’s no reason it has to be that way. Driveways, patios, walkways, pool decks, birdbaths and outdoor furniture can all be transformed to help define and accessorize a home and the surrounding landscaping. Here are some things to know about turning concrete from drab to fabulous. All Wet: Concrete is actually very porous. Water causes a variety of problems when it penetrates concrete and masonry surfaces, including cracking and chipping. De-icing salts and pool chemicals can also negatively affect concrete. A clear waterproofer or concrete stain will protect against damage. Come Clean: Concrete can get dirty, mildewed and stained over time. A good cleaning can make it look fresh again. Ready-to-use cleaners work much like a deck cleaner. Apply the cleaner, allow it 10 to 15 minutes to work, scrub lightly with a stiff-bristled brush and rinse with a garden hose. If your concrete is heavily stained, rinsing with a pressure washer and repeating the application of cleaner can help speed up the cleaning process. Patch Things Up: Relatively small cracks can be filled with a caulk designed for concrete. More broken areas can be filled with a concrete patching compound. If your concrete surface is
too dirty and broken for spot repairs, consider “resurfacing” the entire area. Instead of tearing out the original structure and pouring new concrete, a specially formulated top layer is applied over the existing surface. You can do this yourself, or you can work with a contractor who specializes in concrete repair. In The Clear: Once the surface is clean and smooth, it’s time to think about protecting the surface and the overall look you want to achieve. The simplest choice is a clear water repellent coating. A clear waterproofer can be applied with a brush, roller or plastic pump-up sprayer. One coat will prevent water damage without changing the appearance of the concrete surface. Put Your Stamp On It: If you’re pouring new concrete or resurfacing, you have the option to “stamp” decorative patterns into the surface before it dries. This can be as simple as using a “found” object like a seashell to make a few imprints in the corners. Also, there are stamping forms made specifically for concrete, available in a wide variety of designs. You can use these to make an entire surface resemble brick, stone or something even more exotic. You can rent or buy these stamps. Check local home centers, specialty stores and even the Internet. Color Your World: The greatest impact comes from adding color to concrete. If you’re pouring new concrete, you can have powdered pig-
ments mixed throughout the concrete, or you can dust on colored “hardeners” and then work the color into the top layer of the concrete with a trowel. Both of these approaches give permanent color. “Acid staining” is another option that do-it-yourselfers or professionals use to add permanent color to concrete. In this approach, metallic salt pigments penetrate the concrete and chemically react with it to produce mottled, natural color. The results can be beautiful, but the color choices are limited, and care should be taken since the process involves acid to help etch the concrete so the salts can penetrate. The easiest way to add beautiful, rich color to concrete is with a concrete stain. Newer stains like Concrete Care 100% Acrylic Latex Stain are easy to work with since they offer great convenience features like low odor and soap and water cleanup. This stain waterproofs and resists fading and damage from mildew, algae and mold without the need for an additional sealer. The color palette offers 40 choices, ranging from light shades like White Peach and Pistachio to darker, more elegant hues like Deep Ocean, Eggplant and Autumn Harvest. For even more decorative flair, consider using more than one color or creating fun patterns, such as simple squares or other geometric shapes. Now, whoever said concrete had to be gray?
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Tips for upgrading bathrooms Oftentimes one of the smallest rooms in the house, the bathroom can easily be overlooked when designing for maximum light flow and style in the home. “Bathrooms are a private place, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be bright and welcoming,” says home improvement expert Don Zeman. “Many homeowners view the bathroom as their private retreat, so it’s important to pay attention to these rooms with upgrades like enhanced lighting, ultra-quiet ventilation systems and designer sinks.” Zeman, who was a contractor for 25 years before starting his nationally synThe obscure acrylic blocks in this window prodicated radio show vide privacy and natural light for the bathroom “Homefront with Don setting. Zeman,” believes there are numerous ways for people to room. A design of several transom winupgrade their bathrooms. “There are hundreds of companies cater- dows can be placed horizontally across ing to homeowners with unique bath- the exterior wall to protect privacy while room products such as towel warmers, offering views of the sky during the day anti-fog mirrors and spa sensory systems. and the stars at night. Select vinyl-framed Researching your upgrade options is like windows, like those from Simonton being a kid in a candy store — there’s Windows, so you don’t have to deal with always something new and exciting com- warping or rotting wood frames from the high humidity levels in the bathroom. ing out from manufacturers.” Project #6 — Install a set of urethane According to Zeman, there are several ideal ways to upgrade a bathroom that pilasters on both sides of your shower will be seen as long-term investments in stall and a door crosshead overhead to your home. The key is to select products upgrade the look of your bathroom. If that resist the high humidity levels found you have a garden tub or a whirlpool in in bathrooms, withstand mold and mois- your bathroom, add window panels ture problems, and hold up well over made of urethane to surround the base. No problem if any of the decorative time. Upgrade projects Zeman recommends materials get wet because urethane products resist moisture. that meet these criteria include: Project #7 — Create an easy-access Project #1 — Replace hard-to-reach large windows over a bathtub with a shower that eliminates doors, shower fixed, non-operable window. Choose curtains and thresholds that can be potenfrom clear glass, obscure glasses in deco- tial trip hazards. Radius acrylic block rative patterns or privacy-assured acrylic walls from Hy-Lite come pre-fabricated blocks windows. All can be ordered with in one unit and can replace hard-to-clean energy-efficiency glass packages to help traditional showers. The spacious shower areas are custom made to fit your space keep energy bills low. Project #2 — Add a wall niche to the and privacy needs. Project #8 — Solve your storage probbathroom or shower wall. Decorative and functional, the niche can hold bath acces- lem by adding decorative urethane winsories or accent pieces. Urethane niches dow crossheads to the walls to serve as from Fypon resist moisture and humidity easy-access shelving. Create an extra while being easy to install and maintain. towel rack by drilling holes in the center Project #3 — Splurge on a new show- of two brackets. Insert a dowel rod and erhead. Select from energy-saving low- you have an instant way to hang hand flow, multi-functional and simulated rain towels. Project #9 — Shine more light in the showerhead, or even an all-steam shower. When it comes to showers, you can bathroom by surrounding mirrors with customize your own home spa treatment acrylic block panels that have miniature lights sealed in the units. These energyright in your shower. Project #4 — Warm your toes during efficient lights are ideal for daily groomcold winter mornings by installing radi- ing activities and applying make-up. Project #10 — For pure fun, add ameant heating below bathroom tiles or flooring. With the flick of a switch, your floor nities to your bathroom that pamper you. warms up so that facing the day gets These days you can have a coffeemaker, refrigerator or even a mini-wine cooler in easier. Project #5 — Add non-operable tran- your bathroom. Marry them with a sound som windows high on the exterior walls system or in-shower television and you of the bathroom to allow more light in the could live in your bathroom!
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Tips for brightening up kitchens (MS) — For the past decade, the kitchen has reigned supreme as the choice gathering spot for family activities and entertaining. Airy, open kitchens can transform the mood of the room and its occupants. According to the experts, there are several things homeowners can do to transform their kitchens into bright, welcoming spaces, energized with natural light: Tip #1 — Adopt the popular trend of having “naked windows” in the kitchen. By using only minimal window coverings, such as valances at the top, the windows allow in more light and can act as a transition to the outdoors. Tip #2 — When remodeling, add a bay or bow window to maximize the flow of sunlight into the room and give the kitchen an expansive feeling. Constructed of three or more windows mulled together at 30- or 45-degree angles, bay windows can be made to incorporate a window seat that provides a comfortable spot for homeowners to grab a cup of coffee and curl up with a magazine. A bow window, which is created by mulling together a multitude of windows in a gentle arch, creates a gentle circular effect in a room and can offer the perfect backdrop for a kitchen table. Tip #3 — Smaller than a bay or bow window, a garden window generally sits higher up on a wall. Many homeowners position a garden window directly over a sink and grow herbs, potted plants or starter seedlings on the shelves throughout the year. Tip #4 — Order several windows mulled together at the factory to give the impression of a small “wall of windows” and to maximize light flow into the kitchen. You can request that oper-
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Clean Up Before You Hit the Deck
(MS) — With spring quickly approaching, chances are you’re already envisioning putting away the winter clothes and dusting off the grill and spatula in anticipation of the season’s first party. As enticing as such an image can be, you’re likely well aware of the work that goes into readying your home for the shift in seasons. For backyard barbecue afficionados, one of the coming seasons’ biggest chores is to restore and protect your deck for the seasons that lie ahead. Whether your winter was mild or harsh, Mother Nature more than likely did a number on your deck over the last several months. So before you can throw your first bash, consider the following tips for cleaning your deck. • Be thorough: Winter throws all sorts of elements at
your deck, so be prepared to put in some elbow grease when cleaning. Algae, mildew and moss can turn a beautiful deck into a blackand-green-stained eyesore. Scrubbing will only do so much, so you’ll likely need a deck cleaner that removes such stains while simultaneously brightening your deck. Also, there are invisible factors that can affect a deck as well. For example, pressure-treated wood often falls victim to excess wax. While this is not necessarily detrimental to a deck, it can prevent adhesion should you attempt to apply a sealer to your deck before the season begins anew. A good cleaner will remove any excessive materials. • Strip the deck: Many
Before you and your loved ones can enjoy your deck this season, your first need to restore and clean it.
people prefer a colored sealant on their deck to make it more aesthetically appealing. However, stained decks often fade, creating a weathered look as opposed to a desired one. Once your deck starts to fade, simply applying a new stain won’t do the trick. First, you must strip the deck of its old stain. A number of stain and finish removers are on the market today, removing latex or oil finishes equally as well. A good stain or finish remover will also prepare the wood for reapplication. And though this might sound like quite an endeavor, it should not take very long to strip a deck once you’ve applied the remover. Oftentimes, a good product will work in less than 30 minutes.
• Protect it for the upcoming seasons: Because spring rolls right into summer, once you’ve cleaned your deck you’ll want to protect it from the pounding it’s liable to take over the next several months. Whether or not you decide to stain (or re-stain) your deck, make sure you protect it with a water-repellent finish. This protects your deck from those spring showers and also allows you to freely water any plants or flowers you may have planted around the deck without fear of damaging the wood. This is also essential if your deck surrounds a pool where water puddles are unavoidable. A good water-repellent feature will also have anti-mildew properties. That’s important, as the warm months ahead are prime periods for mildew growth.
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(MS) — Light-emitting diodes or LEDs are gaining popularity in current home lighting concepts because of their energy-efficient nature, among other benefits. Currently, LEDs are the unsung heroes of the electronics world. These small devices make up the numbers of digital clocks, send signals from remote controls and illuminate watches and other small appliances. LEDs have been around since the 1960s, but weren’t widely used for sources of illumination for a long time because they could not produce white light, only red, green and yellow. In 1993, Nichia Chemical of Japan changed all that when it started producing blue LEDs, which, combined with red and green, produce white light. Today, LEDs are recognized as practical solutions to home lighting needs, par-
ticularly for those who are interested in efficient, cost-effective illumination. Unlike ordinary incandescent light bulbs containing a filament that can burn out, LEDs are illuminated by the movement of electrons within a semiconductor. They last long, don’t burn out and don’t get very hot when used. Additionally, because they are essentially very small light bulbs, they can be used in all sorts of lighting applications. Current white LEDs will last up to 50,000 hours, about 50 times as long as a 60-watt bulb. That can equal a dura-
tion of almost six years if the LEDs are on constantly. Because they don’t have to be changed as frequently as traditional bulbs, LEDs are very practical for hard-to-reach illumination, such as on the outside of buildings or in swimming pools. But their long-lasting properties are not the only advantage of LEDs. Although they have a higher up-front cost than incandescent or even fluorescent bulbs, LEDs are more cost-efficient in the long run. The U.S. Department of Energy has estimated that LED lighting could cut national energy con-
sumption for lighting by 29 percent by 2025. That could equal more than $100 billion in savings on electric bills for homeowners. As LED research continues and their production costs decrease, one may even see an increased use in their home application. Because the different colors of light emitted from LEDs can be manipulated to create just about any color of the rainbow, creative homeowners may think of the aesthetics involved with these lights as well as the efficiency. Sliding switches similar to dimmer switches may change the color of the lights instead of the intensity of the bulbs. This could open up possibilities for enhancing a home with colorful accents. Just think of warm tones to make a room seem more cozy, or blues to cool off a room during a hot day.
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Saskatchewan takes synchronized swimming gold Regina Synchro and Synchro Saskatchewan hosted the Canadian Prairie Invitational Synchronized Swimming Championships May 10-12 at the Lawson Aquatic Center. Over 250 athletes, coaches, judges, volunteers and spectators attended or competed in this national event. Saskatchewan was represented by the Estevan Mermaids, North Battleford Water Doves, Orca Synchro, Saskatoon Aqualenes, Weyburn Synchro Stars, Yorkton Aquabatix and Regina Synchro. This competition was a huge success for the province’s athletes. Top Awards for Saskatchewan athletes are as follows: GOLD: Special Olympics Solo Victoria Machniak NBWD; Novice Solo Hannah Mantei, EM; Junior Solo Eliza Rayner RS; Masters Solo Shannon Wanner EM;
11-12 Duet Brooke Kowbel, Jenna Willie; Novice Duet Jenna Holtby, Danielle Lee-Brown RS; Senior Duet Andrea Bellerive, Erin Tonita RS; 8UTrio Bronte Cawkwell, Teagan Ignatiuk, Alex MacKenzie RS; 9-10 Trio Keauna Heimbecker, Zoe Pfeifer, Chloe Popoff YAX; 10U Team Saskatoon Aqualenes; SILVER: 13-15 Solo Claire Hargreaves SAQ; 16-18 Solo MacKenzie Dahl EM; 13-15 NS Solo Jenna Jelinski RS; 11-12 TEAM Regina Synchro; Novice Team Estevan Mermaids; 13-15 NS Team Regina Synchro; BRONZE: 13-15 Solo Madison Neufeld YAX; 16-18 Solo Kelsey Bailey RS; 13-15 Duet Jessica Lewthwaite, Madison Neufeld YAX; 16-18 Duet Kylie Burnett, Breah Weber NBWD; 13-15 Team Yorkton Aquabatix.
SASKATCHEWAN’S SYNCHRONIZED swimming clubs, including the Yorkton Aquabatix, recently won gold in the Canadian Prairie Invitational Synchronized Swimming Championships.
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Cardinals get new pitchers Macclenny, Florida native Brad Griffis comes to the Yorkton Cardinals by way of the Faulkner University Eagles (Montgomery, Alabama). A 6’3 185 pound left handed pitcher, Griffis has mainly come out of the bullpen for the Eagles this season. However he did make one start in which he threw a complete game three hit shutout against the Cumberlands Patriots. In that game Griffis went seven innings allowing just three hits while striking out five batters. Overall (at the time of print) the versatile Griffis had a respectable 4-0 record with two saves proving he can not only start a game if need be but finish one off as well. His extend-
ed stats are as follows: 27.0 IP, 19 H, 12 R, 7 ER, 7 BB, 31 K and a 2.33 ERA. Expect Griffis to cause problems all season long for the rest of the league as he has great command over every pitch he throws. Griffis is currently a junior (next year senior) at Faulkner University studying for a degree in Sports Medicine. Griffis has previously played and studied at Gulf Coast Junior College (Panama City, Florida) in 2012 and Enterprise State Junior College (Enterprise, Alabama) in 2011. If the name Whitehead sounds familiar that’s because it should. Matt’s older brother Jamie spent last summer in a Cardinals uni-
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Friendly. Reliable. It’s that simple. ANNOUNCEMENT Yorkton Toyota is pleased to welcome Ron Rimer as one of Yorkton Toyota’s Product Advisors. Ron welcomes all his friends and new customers to stop by and see how Toyota strives to make things better. WELCOME TO OUR TEAM RON RIMER
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SUVS 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee T387T. V6, Alloys, Roof Rack, 34,000 km ...............$31,988 or 239 b/w 2011 Toyota Rav 4 T384T. Great Gas Mileage, AWD .............................$20,988 or 189 b/w 2009 Dodge Journey SXT T349T. DVD, AWD, Sunroof ................ Reduced to $17,988 or 179 b/w 2008 Ford Escape XLT 2110A. Local Trade, V6 ...........................................$13,988 or 139 b/w TRUCKS 2012 GMC Sierra 1500 SLE 2058AT. Local Trade, 20,000 km, Loaded ............................. Reduced to $31,988 or 239 b/w 2012 Dodge Ram 1998BT. Local Trade, 5.7L Hemi .............................$26,988 or 219 b/w 2011 Toyota Tacoma SR5 1946AT. One Owner, TRD, Trailor Pkg .....................$27,988 or 239 b/w
OAC. See dealer for details All vehicles fully reconditioned
5 Kelsey Bay, Yorkton, SK (306) 782-2233
“My broadcasting career was all about making people happy! Making people smile and making their day. That’s what they do at Yorkton Toyota and that is why I’m here! After spending about 15 minutes with Evan Ortynsky I knew it was the place for me. Evan treats his employees like family and they in turn make you, the customer, feel right at home. We’re friendly, we’re reliable . . .it really is that simple!”
MAX MCINNES .................................... Res: 306-782-7111 BRIAN NELSON .................................. Cell: 306-641-1194 BLAIR BROWN .................................... Cell: 306-621-6594 ROB BLACK ........................................ Cell: 306-620-2256 BLAIR CHYZ ........................................ Cell: 306-641-2548 DON RIMMER ...................................... Cell: 306-620-3352 DEAM RADFORD ................................ Cell: 306-316-0700
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Community Garage Sale In the Town of Saltcoats On Saturday, June 1, 2013 Pancake Breakfast sponsored by Saltcoats Volunteer Fire Department from 7:00 to 9:00 a.m. at the Saltcoats Town Hall (Adults $5, Students $3 & preschoolers free). Hot Dog Lunch at Lakeside Manor Care Home from 11:30 pm to 1:00 pm. The Laketown Leaders will host pie / coffee in the Stirling Room from 9am - 12pm ($2 for pie & $1 for coffee). Maps / lists of garage sales available at the Town Office / posted. See you in Saltcoats June 1! COMMUNITY GARAGE Sales in Theodore, Sat., May 25, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Two household dispersals, Bradford dishes, European quilting packages, furniture, appliances, much more. Lunch sold in the rink lobby. FAMILY GARAGE SALE Housewares, collectibles, tools, bedding, clothes, appliances, knick knacks, dishes and much more. Coffee & snacks. 187 - 6th Ave. North, Yorkton.
WANTED WANTED: MASSEY #36 discers, paying $100. Any size/condition. Will pick up. Call Andrew 306-9469669, leave message if no answer.
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Tues., Wed., Thurs., & Fri. For Appointments
HOUSES FOR SALE HOUSE FOR SALE. Gorgeous 1186 sq. ft., 3 bedroom home with main floor laundry. Open concept. High end finishings, move-in condition. $228,900 or make an offer. For pictures see comfree.com #388053. Call 306-620-7388 for viewing.
2010 Yamaha TTR 230 dirt bike. Bought new in April 2011, always shedded, well maintained, regular oil and filter changes. Low hours, one owner. $3,500 obo. Call 306898-2039, leave message, or call 306-621-6747.
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Carriers Wanted â€˘ Morrison Drive â€˘ Caldwell Drive â€˘ Bailey Drive â€˘ Green St. â€˘ Tupper Ave. â€˘ Agricultural â€˘ Independent â€˘ Victor Place â€˘ Dalebrooke â€˘ Lakeview â€˘ Circlebrooke â€˘ Centennial Drive â€˘ Sunset Dr. N. â€˘ Sunset Dr. S. RELIEF CARRIERS NEEDED IN ALL AREAS
HE IS back for the summer. Denny The Handyman, decks, fences, general repairs, complete room renovations. 35 plus years with a very picky wife! Call 306-6219223. SHE'S BACK! Who is back? It's Marie. Marie's Toy and Small Breed Grooming Service. Certified groomer. Call 306-621-9336 for an appointment.
APARTMENTS / CONDOS-FOR SALE CONDO FOR SALE (55 Plus) One bedroom, six appliances, central air, indoor parkade, security, elevator. 306-786-6543.
HOUSES FOR SALE 5 BEDROOM home on 3 lots in Rhein. 1968 sq. ft., 2 full bathrooms, finished basement with family room and den, 2 door attached garage, deck. Ph: 306-6218080 or 306-273-2123.
LOTS & ACREAGES FOR SALE LAKE LOTS For Sale by Owner at Lake of the Prairies: Prairie Lake Lodge, Russell, Manitoba is offering a good selection of treed, non treed lots and acreages with views and privacy adjacent to a 18 hole, par 3 golf course suitable for R.V. or cottage use. Contact: 204-7730380 Gerald or 204-773-6819 David.
SUN HILLS RESORT at Lake of the Prairies, SK has 12 prime lots in Phase 1 to offer. Priced $56,000 - $69,000. We are located 40 min. east of Yorkton near the Togo bridge. More info www.sunhillsresort.com. Call 306-597-4660.
HOUSES FOR RENT HOUSE FOR RENT. 90 Gladstone Ave. S., newly rebuilt, 3 big bedrooms, 2 small bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. $1,400/month plus damage deposit. Available June 1/13. Call 306-782-2363.
THOENS SALES & LEASING
Rentals by Day, Week or Month 75 Broadway St. E., Yorkton Phone Brooks - 782-3456 1977 OLDSMOBILE 98 Regency, fully loaded, one owner, 75,000 original kms, never winter driven, original paint, garage kept, like new condition. Must be seen. Phone 306-338-3369 or 306-3387564.
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UIPMENT F FARM EQUIPMENT HOUSEHOLD F UIPMENT & FURNITURE TOOLS YARD & GARDEN VEHICLES RECREATION HOUS URE HOUSEHOLD & FURNITURE AL AUCTIONEERâ€™S NOTES: Double R Auctioneering is now now AUCTIONEERâ€™S NOTES Double R Auctioneering is accepting consignments consignments. To consign please call call Robert Robert accepting nsign please Ross @ @ 306-795-7387 306-795-7387, Brad Stenberg @ @ 306-551-9411 306-551-9411 or or Ross AUCTIONEERâ€™S NOTES Double R Auctioneering is now Ken Ross Ross @ 795-5331. 795-5331. Ken @ accepting consignments. To consign please call Robert Ross @ 306-795-7387, Brad Stenberg @ 306-551-9411 or Auctioneer: Lic# 309790 KenRobert Ross @Ross 795-5331. FOR A COMPLETE LISTING VISIT:
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Box 285, www.doublerauctions.net Ituna, Saskatchewan, S0A 1N0 Phone: (306)795-2988 Cell: (306) 795-7387 www.globalauctionguide.com Box 285, Ituna, Saskatchewan, S0A 1N0 Phone: (306)795-2988 Cell: (306) 795-7387 Personal, Professional Auctions tailored to your needs!
86 ONTARIO Ave., Yorkton. Phone 306-783-6920 or go to www.propertyguys.com ID# 15018.
FINISHING CARPENTER: Will do floors, drywall, frame work, windows, doors, siding. Call Edward 306-647-2736.
Ph: (306) 569-3380 email: email@example.com BOURQUE'S DRIVEWAY Sealing, Wynyard, SK. For free estimates and booking phone 306554-3125 or cell 306-404-0026.
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Saturday, May 25 Household 9:00 am Vehicles 1:00 pm Vehicles. 08 Ford F-150 4x4, 05 Ford Freestar, 05 Chev Cavalier, 03 Chev 1500 4x4 fresh safety, 07 Pontiac Montana Van, 07 Chev Impala, 00 Ford Explorer. And many more. To consign call 782-5999 View at
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KELVINGTON AUCTION SERVICES AUCTION SALE FOR YVONNE PATRICK OF KELVINGTON SATURDAY May 25th Starting at 11:00 a.m. 4 miles north of Kelvington on Highway 38 to Hill Peak Rd, 2miles east, 3/4 mile north. Watch for signs!! Items include: *2003 Massey Ferguson 451 tractor, 45 hp ONLY 166 hrs like new!! *Poulan Pro riding lawn mower, only 2 years old- 46’ cutting deck has never been used *7 foot 3 pth snow blower *Vanguard Garden tiller pull behind, 6.5 hp only 1 year old *Heavy duty Rockwell Beaver table saw *Brinley pull behind 46’ lawn sweep *Brand new 2hp air compressor never been used *Various quantities of steel, metal, sheet/ metal *Various antiques such as; old forge, electric train set, weigh scale etc *Landscaping bricks *Numerous excellent quality shop tools and misc. such as; grinders, impacts, chain saws, jackalls, saw horses, electric chords, ladders etc, etc. *Old style drill press *Scaffolding *Bundles of cedar shakes *Heavy duty 3 pth 6 foot Mulcher ***** NOTE**** Many, Many more items too numerous too mention. HOUSEHOLD; * Various antiques such as; * 3 large trunk chests * tables and chairs * china cabinet * buffet * dressers and tables * misc. of vintage cans jugs and crocks * furniture; coffee and end tables, sofa, love seat, chair *Propane stove G.E. *Propane fridge - Servel *Maytag Natural Gas stove- 1 year old *other various items........
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