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APRIL 7, 2017

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Kings honour
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Chiefs crowned champs


The Wheatland Chiefs captured the 2017 Midget AA Provincial Championship on April 2 in Okotoks. After winning the South Central Alberta Hockey
League Championship, the Chiefs captured the Wheatland Athletic Association’s first provincial title. See Page 17 for more coverage.
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587-316-2000 Town to hold open house


See our ad on Page 5 ADELLE ELLIS efficient lighting, playground upgrades, a grams and services offered, and the RCMP
Times Reporter community pavilion, pathway connectivi- will have a recruitment booth.
ty upgrades and a lake clean up. Town vehicles will be on display, in-
Community members are invited to at- There will also be several facility up- cluding graders and fire trucks. There will
Offering IV Sedation tend the first ever Town of Strathmore in- grades, including plans for the aquatic be a kid’s zone with different things for
formation open house on April 10 from centre to provide mobility access to the kids to do surrounding the Canada 150
Dr. Ashkan Hamzehi DDS
Dr. Jungsoo kim DDS 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Strathmore Civic second floor, enclosing the water slide so theme.
Dr. Arzy Kafrouny DDS Centre. it can be used year-round, and the addi- “This is being done with the public’s tax
General Practice Family Dentistry
The Information open house will be tion of a steam room and sauna. dollars and so it’s good for them to know
100 Ranch Market, Unit 105F filled with displays to showcase the town’s The library and farmers market building what we do, see how much actually goes
Strathmore, AB 403.934.5292 plans for their Canada 150 projects that will also receive some upgrades which into the community and what council’s
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coincide with Canada’s birthday. will be detailed on April 10. plans are for the community,” said Sawatz-
“We are holding an open house to let At the open house, the town will show- ky. “It’s a great way to stay informed and
Look on Page 4 for the public know what we are doing for case plans for the new K-9 public school to know what is going on.”
Town of Strathmore big projects this year,” said Jennifer Sa- and the new regional recreation facility The event will include refreshments and
Municipal Notices watzky, municipal clerk for the Town of fieldhouse. door prizes.
Strathmore. “There are a lot of big capital projects “This is the first time we’ve ever done
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Air cadets build homes for birds


ADELLE ELLIS
Times Reporter

Strathmore’s Gray’s Park will be home to even
more species of birds, thanks to the Strathmore Air
Cadets who participated in a citizenship day proj-
ect that involved putting together, painting and in-
stalling 45 bird houses on April 1.
In recent years, the air cadets have been seen
cleaning up several of the parks in town. This year,
with the help of the Town of Strathmore and the
Strathmore High School, they decided to do some-
thing a little different and a little more fun for their
community service project.
The Strathmore High School shop teacher cre-
ated bird house kits for the air cadets to assemble,
and the Town of Strathmore put up 13 posts along The Royal Canadian #903 Air Cadet Squadron of Strathmore
the path in Gray’s Park for the cadets to put their came out in full force on April 1 to clean up Gray’s Park. The
bird houses on. Cadets also built and painted 45 birdhouses and attached
them to 13 wooden posts that the town placed in the park to
The air cadets spent the morning building the attract birds to the conservation area. Manny Everett Photo
bird houses from the pre-made kits, and then they
painted them in an array of bright colours and fun Recently, there has been more components add-
designs. While they waited for the paint to dry, ed to the environmental stewardship part of the
they walked the path in Gray’s Park picking up air cadet program, and Capt. Peters has made sure
trash. to keep on top of the new program guidelines.
The air cadet officers decided to make the day “We’ve had guest speakers come to talk about
more exciting for the cadets by arranging some environmental stewardship and caring for the
“survive Strathmore” scenarios and tasks that had planet. That is another part of the clean up as well,
the cadets using their first aid training to take care making sure we keep our park areas nice for ev-
of some made-up minor emergencies. eryone,” he said.
“This is different (for the cadets) so anytime we Citizenship day is part of the mandatory training
do something different, it sparks a little more in- program for the air cadets. It is funded by the De-
terest. We like changing things up, it helps us get partment of National Defence (DND), which pro-
more engagement,” said Strathmore Air Cadets vides the cadets with lunch and pays for any extra
commanding officer Capt. Jon Peters. costs. The local squadron sponsor committee paid
The Strathmore Air Cadets currently has over 50 for the rental of using the agriculture grounds and
cadets enrolled in the popular program. for the materials used to build the bird houses.
“One of the aims of the air cadet program is to Even though a community service project is man-
promote good citizenship and leadership in Can- datory, most of the cadets enjoy being able to help
ada’s youth,” said Capt. Peters. “One of the things clean up the community and to help give back.
we do as part of our training program is to dedi- “It will give some nice places for the birds to live
cate time to citizenship or community service ac- and it will be a nice feature to the park. It’s always
tivities.” nice to give back where we can,” said Capt. Peters.

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Around 90 students form Holy Cross Collegiate participated in the seventh annual 25-hour famine to raise money to build a school in Cameroon and for
the Strathmore Overnight Shelter. The students spent the 25 hours doing all sorts of activities and prayer. They drank only juice and spent the night in the
school before indulging in a giant breakfast feast once their 25 hours was up.
Photo Courtesy of Mary Kruse

HCC participates in famine TY’s Peek-A-Boo’s


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ADELLE ELLIS ing and giving to charity.” Over the past three years, the school
Times Reporter The 25 hours of fasting started on has pledged $15,000 to Chalice to help
Friday morning, March 31, at 9 a.m. Af- build a school in Cameroon. The goal
The seventh annual Holy Cross Col- ter several hours of attending regular this year was to raise the remaining
legiate (HCC) 25-hour famine saw classes, by 2 p.m. students were partici- $1,800 needed to build the school – but
around 90 students willingly fasting for pating in numerous activities, reflection over $2,000 was raised from donations
25 hours on March 31 and April 1. periods and prayer. They participated this year.
The famine raised money for Chal- in sports activities in the gymnasium, Another $2,000 was raised by stu-
ice, a Canadian Catholic charity that watched videos, played cards and dents through their Loonies for Lent 128 - 2nd Avenue, Strathmore
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The event ties into the school and the
Christian tradition of Lent.
“Part of the Christian tradition (dur-
consume water and clear juices to keep
their energy up.
“There were a lot of different things
can give during the season of Lent.
“They’ve always been very generous,”
said Rochford. “With these two events Serving
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Ro
ing Lent) is you try to pray more, fast that the students could do. Then Sat- put together, we have been able to col-
and give whatever money you save urday morning they had to clean the lect at least $4,000 to donate. We’ve al- Drumheller,
by fasting to those in need,” said HCC school and at the same time they were ready made our mark.” Airdrie
teacher Tomas Rochford, who has over- smelling the wonderful feast being The money will be used to supply the & Calgary
seen the event since its origin. “So, we cooked by the parents,” said Rochford. remaining funds needed for the school 403-983-2121
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Edgefield, Orchard/Spruce Park and the annexed lands garbage accounts.
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YOUR WEEKLY
HEALTH ADVICE

Gord Morck
Pharmacist

Capsule Comments
Many diseases seem unpreventable, like
Alzheimers. But even the risk of Alzheimers can
be lowered by the following: don’t smoke; keep
physically active, keep your blood pressure in check,
keep your weight in a normal range for your height
which in turn will reduce your risk of diabetes.
Two other risk factors of Alzheimers include low
education (those with more education continue to
Wheatland Crossing’s got talent stimulate their brain throughout life) and depression,
which has been linked to cases of Alzheimers.
Wheatland Crossing School held their annual talent show and bake sale on March 30 with the pro- When assessing the truth factor of medical
ceeds going towards the graduating class of 2017. The audience watched 24 performances from the information, people often look to see if the researcher
students including vocal performances, piano performances, cheers, a scene from a play, musical has published his work. Being published is not a sign
theatre and Irish dancing. of truth in research. There are many examples where
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someone published his work in a reputable scientific
journal but had his work exposed as false later or. An

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example is the MMR vaccine causing autism which
was totally repudiated by the journal.
Strathmore RCMP would like If losing weight was one or your resolutions in
ADELLE ELLIS savings program is just the first of four to remind the public that the January, how are you doing. There is one best diet
which has one idea: eat fewer calories…forever.
Times Reporter currently scheduled programs to start. Canadian Revenue Agency This combined with moderate daily exercise will
A panel on energy efficiency with (CRA) does not contact people give good results if you are taking in less calories
Residents of Strathmore and area can Energy Efficiency Alberta considered than you expend.
apply now to receive several new en- possible energy efficiency program- by telephone and the CRA never The last week in April highlights the importance
ergy-efficient products for their house- ming. They then produced a report arrests anyone for outstanding of immunization on the health of the people of the
world. Immunization prevents 2-3 million deaths
hold at no cost. which commended different programs balances owed, nor do they annually. However, more deaths could be prevented
Energy Efficiency Alberta recently that could be invested in and that En- take payment in the form of if global vaccination coverage improves. Today,
rolled out a program that allows inter- ergy Efficiency Alberta could imple- nearly 1 in 5 children worldwide are still missing
ested households to submit an appli- ment. iTunes cards. If you receive a routine vaccinations. In Canada, there is freedom of
cation that will allow them to receive “Currently there are four programs call you suspect to be a phone access of immunization for children and adults.
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People who sign up for the energy on average, Albertans will save over
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$112 a year from the no-charge energy
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Backyard Bounty program launched


Strathmore Communities in Bloom hosted their first ever ‘Backyard
Bounty’ where 35 interested gardeners listened to speakers teach
about urban farming, creating and maintaining gardens, about compost
benefits and about Strathmore’s community birth forest and commu- Unit D,
nity garden programs. Huxted Waste Disposal spoke on compost and
about their hopes to start collecting organic waste from households in
202 Canal Court,
Strathmore. Huxted’s will be speaking to council on April 10 about the Strathmore, AB
possible new program which would see approximately 10lbs of organic
waste collected from houses each week composted instead of thrown
out. Participants entered draws for gardening door prizes and everyone 403.934.6044
took home free seeds that were donated by Home Hardware. In the prowatersystems
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Calgary Regional 4-H Water Softeners, Iron Filters


& Drinking Water Systems
Communication Competitions
ANGIE DAWSON
Millarville-Stockland 4-H Beef Club

The Calgary 4-H region had three public speak-
ing and three presentation competitions at the
Strathmore Civic Centre March 25.
The regional competitions are the fourth level of
competition for these 4-H members. This is the last
level of competition for the junior and intermediate
members, while the top two senior members con-
tinue on to the provincial 4-H competitions.
The Calgary 4-H region consists of five districts
as far west as the Alberta-B.C. border, as far east
as Kneehill County, as far north as Innisfail, and 4-H Regional District Speaking was held at the Strathmore
as far south as Cayley. Each district sends forward Civic Centre on March 25. Several 4-H’ers from Wheatland
their top two competitors in each age category and County participated in the third level of the speaking com-
competition event. petition in the Junior Presentations. Abby van Egmond of the
Juniors are aged 9 to 11, intermediates are 12 to Strathmore 4-H Multi-club (far right) placed first in Junior Pre-
14 years old and seniors are 15 to 20 years old. A sentations.
Photo Courtesy of Brett Adams
total of 51 4-H members competed at the regional
event. Flatlands 4-H Club, Foothills District.
Winners: Junior presentations: 1st- Abby van Egmond,
Junior public speaking: 1st- Davis Gottenbos, Strathmore 4-H Multi Club, Wheatland District;
West Carstairs 4-H Club, Mountain View District; 2nd- Taylor Kjargaard and Trinity Praill, Olds 4-H
2nd- Georgia Cohen, Central Beiseker Beef and Multiclub, Mountain View District; 3rd- Clay Grat-
Multi 4-H Club, Rockyview District; 3rd- Declan tidge, Cremona 4-H Club, Mountain View District.
Jones, Bergen 4-H Multiclub, Mountain View Dis- Intermediate presentations: 1st- Kyla Lightfoot,
trict. Big Hill West Light Horse 4-H Club, Rockyview
Intermediate public speaking: 1st- Quin Sawyer, District; 2nd- Cassidy Sawyer, Swalwell 4-H Club,
Swalwell 4-H Beef Club, Kneehill District; 2nd- Kneehill District; 3rd- Kendra Williams, Big Hill
Liesl Stewart, Big Hill West 4-H Club, Rockyview West Light Horse 4-H Club, Rockyview District.
District; 3rd- Joshua Wade, Irricana Beef and Multi Senior presentations: 1st- Brooke Macklin and
4-H Club, Rockyview District. Morgan Macklin, Sundre 4-H Multi 4-H Club, Moun-
Senior public speaking: 1st- Cassidy Read, tain View District; 2nd- Reid Caukill, Eagle Beef &
Okotoks Outriders 4-H Club, Foothills District; Multi 4-H Club, Mountain View District; 3rd- Alli-
2nd- Mya Ingraham, Arrowwood River Wranglers, son Kraus, Legendary Flatlands 4-H Club, Foothills
Wheatland District; 3rd- Nicole Kraus, Legendary District.

Liberal budget a disappointment for Canadians


FROM THE OFFICE OF MARTIN SHIELDS “The Liberals have raised or will raise a number
of taxes like increasing the carbon tax, mandatory
Martin Shields, Member of Parliament for Bow CPP payroll tax, higher taxes on alcohol and to-
River, is disappointed for Canadians with the Lib- bacco, EI premium hikes which will make it more
eral budget introduced in the House of Commons. difficult for people in Bow River and across Canada
“The massive deficits that the Liberals have cre- to get by,” said M.P. Shields. “We need a budget that
ated are very concerning to me and to many con- supports - not hinders - our small businesses in
stituents who have contacted my office,” said M.P. Bow River which include agricultural operations,
Shields. “We should not be adding debt to our al- and the oil and gas sector. They are the heart of our
ready maxed out credit card. We are leaving the bill rural economy, and I do not believe they received
to our children and our grandchildren.” the tax relief they deserve in this Liberal budget.”
The budget continues to bury Canada in deficits Despite frustration about the Liberal budget, M.P.
that will take decades to pay off. It does not address Shields expressed his enthusiasm about continu-
numerous crises, such as the issue of high unem- ing to stick up for hard-working taxpayers across
ployment in Alberta, or the issues in our energy Bow River, and to make sure their views are heard
sector. This Liberal budget, in conjunction with the in Ottawa.
carbon tax they are imposing on our provinces, is “I look forward to helping our Conservative Par-
in fact hurting small businesses as well as consum- ty hold the Liberals accountable this year, in the
ers. One aspect where there is some potential ben- face of massive debt and fiscal mismanagement”

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efit to Western Canada is the promised review of said M.P. Shields.
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Art piece honours Vimy Ridge battle However, due to some un-
ADELLE ELLIS dia piece titled “And in the
Times Reporter Morning” showcases the bat- expected setbacks, it wasn’t
tle of Vimy Ridge, which is until just over a week ago
Local artist Larry Guterson celebrating its 100-year anni- that the artwork was up for
has created a piece of art- versary on April 9. public viewing.
work that encases Canadian The piece was complet- “In 2014, I started research
pride, Canadian history and ed in 2014 after Guterson on the great Canadian battle
what it means to be Cana- spent 400 hours researching at Vimy Ridge,” said Guter-
dian. the battle and four straight son. “My grandfather fought
The digital mixed me- weeks creating the piece. and was wounded at Vimy,
and as the 100th anniversary
was approaching, I wanted
to honour my grandfather
Strathmore Legion Branch #10 NEWS and my family’s Canadian
military history.”
By Irene Knappe, Secretary / PR / Poppy Chair Until April 7, the artwork
will be available for view-
ing in Hob’s Hobbies. After
that, the four foot by five foot
22mm satin silk print will be
shipped to Edmonton to be
auctioned off at the Edmon- A digital mixed media artwork titled, And in the Morning, will be the feature auction item
to raise money for military families at the Edmonton Garrison Military Family Resource
ton Garrison Military Family
Centre’s Eve of Victory dinner and auction. The artwork, created by Larry Guterson, will
VIMY RIDGE Resource Centre’s (MFRC)
Eve of Victory 100-year
hopefully be put up in museums and buildings across Canada and in Vimy France. Mayor
Michael Ell (l-r), John Hilton O’Brien who presented Guterson’s artwork in his shop and
JOIN US ON THIS IMPORTANT, HISTORICAL DAY!! Vimy Ridge anniversary din- Jenny Schumann, President of the Strathmore Legion.
ner and auction. The money Photo Courtesy of Larry Guterson
On April 9th, 2017, Canada will be celebrating the 100th Anniversary of
the Battle of Vimy Ridge, a pivotal event in Canada’s history. raised from the silk print will
The Royal Canadian Legion, Strathmore Branch #10, and the Veteran go towards helping soldiers The sky in the background walking in the centre of the painting
Activity Committee, are pleased to invite you to a day of Celebration. and families recover from was created as both a sunrise are the modern Canadian military hold-
The Branch is open to Veterans, its Members and the Public the trauma of war. and a sunset: “… we lived, ing the military traditions. And lastly,
for an afternoon of Comradeship. felt dawn, saw sunset glow the focal point is the split Canadian
“It was also the focus piece
printed onto all the invita- ...” leaf on the memorial, symbolizing how
• Don’t forget to get your tickets for TINA TURNER’s (Luisa Marshall’s)
tions, tickets and posters (for The soldiers fighting on Canada was split in their values and be-
performance on Saturday, April 15th at 8 pm.
Tickets are $25 per person for the show only. The Kitchen is open for those the event). All the money either side of the piece are liefs before the battle as Quebec and
who wish to make it an evening to remember. raised will go towards the transparent to show that they some other parts of Canada didn’t want
Please call the Legion for ticket availability. They can also be purchased Edmonton Garrison MFRC,” are ghosts: “We are the dead. to fight.
online at www.brownpapertickets.com. This event is open to the public as said Guterson, who added Short days ago, we lived ...” Although there are many complex
well, but there’s limited seating, so get your tickets soon! There is a torch in between elements to the artwork, Guterson,
he also has 30 extra 16-inch
HAVE A GREAT WEEK, LEGION SUPPORTERS! SEE YOU AGAIN NEXT FRIDAY! by 20-inch prints to be auc- the Vimy Memorial, in front ever humble, admits that he is insecure
- OLD AND NEW GENERATION VETS - THANK YOU - WE ARE FOREVER IN YOUR DEBT - tioned off at the event to of the parliament building, about his artwork and that after visiting
For further information, please call the Legion at 403.934.5119 raise even more money for that completes the maple the military museum and seeing all the
military families. leaf: “… the torch; be yours great oil paintings of the war, he was
The image boasts a large to hold it high.” embarrassed that he created one digital
There is also a large amount image and is being so highly praised
Thought for amount of symbolism from
of symbolism about what the and recognized for it. He does admit
the poem “In Flanders Fields”
the Week by Lieutenant-Colonel John battle meant for Canada hid- he is still proud of how historically ac-
~ McCrae. den in the artwork. The date curate the piece is and that he did it to
In the artwork, there are 1917 is printed on one side honour his family.
Those who fields of poppies as well as of the memorial as the Cana- “You can’t honour your grandfather
do not learn rows of poppies which rep- dian attack was set to begin and not do the best job you can,” said
resent the line in the poem: at 5:30 a.m. on Easter Mon- Guterson. “I wouldn’t show this piece if
from history “… poppies blow between day, April 9, 1917. The Ca- it was not correct.”
nadian parliament building The artwork will be painted onto a
are doomed to the crosses, row on row ...”
is in the background of the cake for the Strathmore Legion’s 100-
Larks fly above the sol-
repeat it. diers to represent: “… the picture and on the top of it year Vimy Ridge anniversary celebra-
larks, still bravely singing, fly is the Canadian flag, which tion on April 9.
scarce heard amid the guns wasn’t yet created when the The Canadian Mint is in discussion
below.” war took place. The soldiers with Guterson about the possibility of
the image appearing on a coin in the

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Strathmore man charged with


firearms offences
JANET KANTERS Thursday afternoon, March
Times Associate Editor 30, after receiving a com-
plaint that a man had point-
RCMP arrested and ed a pistol at another person.
charged a Strathmore man Following a short investiga-
March 30 with several fire- tion and search, the suspect
arms offences. was found walking nearby
Dawson Hoerdt, 18, has and was arrested without in-
been charged with assault cident.
with a weapon, possession A pellet gun, resembling
of a weapon for a dangerous a pistol, was located and
STEAM at Wheatland Elementary purpose, using an imitation seized at the time of the ar-
The Wheatland Elementary School received a $500 grant from The Edu- rest.
firearm in the commission
cational Partnership Foundation (TEPF) to help further learning during the
of an offence, and carrying a Hoerdt has been released
school’s “Let’s Explore STEAM” initiative that lets over 400 students learn Sliding at Kinsmen concealed weapon. from custody and is sched-
about Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math within the classroom
Hanna Wallington, two and a half years old, en- RCMP were called to the uled to make his first ap-
and in the community. STEAM is an access point for guiding student inqui-
joys sliding down the slide at the Kinsmen Park pearance in Strathmore Pro-
ry, dialogue and critical thinking and helps students to become innovators, Strathmore Skate Park on
Playground on March 27. Although it was only
educators, leaders and learners now and in their future. Brentwood Boulevard late vincial Court on May 16.
10c, the sun was shining and the air felt warm. It
Photo Courtesy of Kevin Strybosch was a perfect day for a walk through the park and

TUESDAYS
for a stop at the playground.
Adelle Ellis Photo

WALK-IN

Great show
The T. Buckley Trio played for a full house at the Strathmore Golf Course
Valley Medical Clinic
Cadets The Royal Canadian
on April 1 in a show presented by the Strathmore and District Musical Arts
Society. The audience enjoyed dinner, dessert, and then the cool laid back practice #903 Air Cadet Squad-
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5 pm - 8 pm
country rock and roll style that is the trio’s signature sound.
Sharon McLeay Photo
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Strathmore Children’s Festival returns for fifth year


ADELLE ELLIS will be in attendance, and there will “The focus is to get the community nizations in the community.
Times Reporter be special appearances with Chase and and families to come together for a Hira places high value on philanthro-
Marshall from Paw Patrol. Calgary’s day that is as free as possible, to raise py and giving back. In 2015, she started
The Strathmore Children’s Festival most kid-friendly magician, Christo- awareness of local organizations and the Strathmore Community Care Club
will be coming back for its fifth year, pher Cool, will also be doing two very entrepreneurs, and to raise money to (SCCC), which is a group with about
bigger and better than ever. special magic shows. donate back to local organizations,” 130 members that does four or five dif-
This year the event will be held at There will be a colouring, a hula said Hira. ferent activities a year to help the com-
the Strathmore Curling Rink on May 6, hoop contest, a cupcake eating contest Any food donations collected at ad- munity out, such as: filling Christmas
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Organizers ex- and a baby crawling contest. mittance will be donated to the Wheat- hampers, donating back-to-school sup-
pect about 1,300 people to attend the “It’s a day to bring families together,” land County Food Bank. Monetary plies to children in need, and a super-
festival this year. said Hira. “We live in a busy world with donations will go to School Fuel and hero cleanup to clean up Strathmore’s
According to organizer Marci Hira, lots of stress and chaos, and I think it’s to one other club chosen by the pub- parks and streets. Her goal is to have
the day will be packed with entertain- very important for a family to come to- lic. Last year both School Fuel and the the Children’s Festival as a project of
ment, activities, market vendors, con- gether and have fun.” Strathmore Youth Club each received the SCCC next year.
tests and plenty of things to do for the Several in-kind sponsors will also $450 from the Children’s Festival. “I’m just really big on giving back,”
whole family. Geared to families and be donating their time and resources This year’s financial sponsors include said Hira. “I want to make a fun day
children up to age 12, the event is free, to make the day special for everyone. Humpty’s Strathmore, Western Finan- and give families something to look for-
although food and monetary donations Sweet Pea Photograph will be taking cial Group Strathmore and Lion’s Club ward to.”
will be accepted. one free family picture per family as Strathmore, which donated a combined Hira is looking for volunteers to help
Lunch is available during the event: a well as pictures with Paw Patrol. Two $3,800 towards the Strathmore Chil- with setting up, cleaning up, and run-
Humpty’s exclusive mini menu of food stylists from Bangles will be creating dren’s Festival. ning things throughout the day. She
items and beverages for a reasonably princess hair for the little girls at the “It is all funded through our mone- is also seeking item donations for the
discounted price. festival. Angela and Sara Hitch will be tary sponsors,” said Hira. “If it wasn’t silent auction and raffle prizes. If you
Event-goers can bid on silent auction doing face painting and tattoos on the for them, this festival wouldn’t be hap- would like to volunteer or if your busi-
items, purchase raffle tickets, and visit festival’s littlest attendees. pening.” She added that with table ness would like to donate an item to
with local entrepreneur market ven- Hira is working with the Strathmore rentals, about $4,200 has already been the Strathmore Children’s Festival, e-
dors. Fire Department to try to have a fire raised and most of it will be going back mail Marci Hira (marcibrianne@gmail.
For the children, a Disney princess truck present. towards charities and non-profit orga- com).

Dumpster
fire
Members of the
Strathmore Fire De-
partment put away a
hose after a dumpster
fire on March 24 in
downtown. Fortunate-
ly, the dumpster was
recently emptied and it
was quickly contained

Mario Prusina
Photo

Invites you to the

4th Annual
Art & Wine Auction Fundraiser
Saturday, April 22 at 3 pm
Travelodge Strathmore, 350 Ridge Road

Live & Silent Auction


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and artisans. Music by Brava Duo.
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In Strathmore and Wheatland County
Attention ALL DART PLAYERS
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Saturday afternoons.
Come and join us at the Royal Canadian Legion
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April 7, 2017 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 11

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Denture Clinic
Strathmore
Firefighters planning spring formal fundraiser
ADELLE ELLIS monetary and auction item donations. “We need support from the busi-
Terry Grant Denturist Times Reporter They are currently looking for a big- nesses and the landowners around us,”
ticket item, as well as some local art said Lewin. “It’s nice to have the sup-
403.934.3877 pieces. Money raised will go towards a port from the people that we are there
The Wheatland West Firefighters As-
• Complete / Partial Dentures sociation (WWFA) will be presenting a new bush buggy, the equipment to go to help in cases of emergency. As much
Spring Formal Ball fundraiser on May 6 with it and training. as no one wants to think they may be
• Same Day Relines & Repair at the Lyalta Community Centre. “We are looking for some local artistic involved in (an emergency), we have to
This will be the first year the Spring pieces that are created by people with- think about our neighbours and to step
• Custom Mouthguards
Formal Ball is held. Fire department in our boundary so that we can show- up and think of our local fire depart-
• Custom Night Guards members hope to make it an annual case what the people here can do,” said ment.”
event to replace the fall Ladies Night Lewin, who added that the association After dinner, Lori Kole will play four
• Natural Teeth Whitening wants to make the night about the com- 45-minute sets with her full band to
that was held in the past.
“We want to be able to include our munity as much as about raising funds keep the party and the dance going un-
spouses and to have something a little for the fire station. til around 1 a.m.
more upscale and upbeat,” said Perry
Lewin. “We want to make it more of a
non gender-specific event and to get
people dancing and having a good
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TANK • LIGHT DUTY TRUCK: 4.9 KMS (3 MI) TO RANGE RD 194 THEN GO NORTH 1.6 KM (1 MI) TO TWP RD 151 GO EAST 1 KM (.5MI)
PIONEER HYDS, S/N 4230H022068R • 2006 GMC SIERRA ½ EXTENDED CAB
• CROWN 5’ ROCK PICKER DRIVEWAY 193031 TWP RD 151 OR FROM HWY 529 (LITTLE BOW PARK ROAD) GO 38.7 KMS EAST TO
• COMBINE: • 6’ FLAX ROLLER TRUCK, V8 GAS ENGINE, AUTO, 4WD, HWY 845, GO SOUTH 3.2 KMS ON HWY 845 TO TWP RD 150 GO EAST 4.9 KMS (3 MI) TO RANGE RD 194
• JD 8820 TITAN II COMBINE, CAH, • JD 506 3 PTH ROTARY MOWER CLOTH, SHEDDED, 282,665 KMS S/N
1GTEK19B86Z173330 THEN GO NORTH 1.6 KM (1 MI) TO TWP RD 151 & GO EAST 1 KM (.5MI) DRIVEWAY 193031 TWP RD 151
CHAFF SPREADER C/W 14’ RAKEUP • WESTFIELD 6”X18’ HYD DRILL FILL
PICK UP HEADER S/N • 5”X16’ HYD DRILL FILL • YARD & GARDEN: • TRACTORS: D0522HCA14323 - TRUCK HAS NO • 2 - 300 GAL F.S.T W/ STAND
HD8820X620819 • 1000 GAL FST W/ STAND • KUBOTA T1760 RIDING LAWN • 1993 JD 6400 MFWD TRACTOR, MOTOR • 135 GAL SLIP TANK
• 30’ JD 930 STRAIGHT CUT HEADER ON • 135 GAL OVAL F.S.T W/ STAND MOWER, 48” DECK, AUTO THROTTLE CAHR, POWER QUAD TRANS, 18.4-38 • KV10 GENERATOR ON TRANSPORT
TRAILER S/N H00930R656573 • 135 SLIP TANK W/REAR BAGGER REAR RUBBER, 3 PTH, C/W JD 640 • STOCK & FLATDECK • SEL OF FENCE POSTS
• SWATHER:
• 1250 GAL POLY TANK W/ 2” • LAWNFLITE 16/44 44" RIDING LAWN FEL & BUCKET, SHEDDED, 2ND TRAILER: • NEW IDEA S/A PTO MANURE
DISCHARGE VALVE MOWER W/ 3’ 2PTH ROTOTILLER OWNER TRACTOR, 4989 HRS S/N • 1994 7'X16' SOUTHLAND STOCK SPREADER
• JD 800 SP SWATHER 21’ HEADER S/N • 180 GAL POLY TANK W/ 2” DISCHARGE XL06400V112368 TRAILER, 2-7000# AXLES, PLYWOOD • ANTIQUE WOODEN RUNNING GEAR
4142025 W/8HP ENGINE
VALVE • IH 1586 DIESEL TRACTOR, CAHR, 18 LINED, CLEAN S/N • ANTIQUE WOODEN AXLE W/WHEELS
• 12’ JD MOD HAY HEADER S/N W43- • ROTO SHEAR • ARCHERY EQUIP: SPD TRANS, 20.8 -38 DUAL TIRES, 2S9JN3356P1023321 • SELLING A SELECTION OF SCRAP
050898E • CROP DIVIDER TO FIT JD 4230 • PSE ELITE GRAPHITE LIMBS DUAL HYDS, PTO - COMPLETE ENGINE • 20' SHOPBUILT GN FLATDECK TRAILER METAL
• SEEDING & TILLAGE: TRACTOR – ADJUSTABLE COMPOUND BOW OVERHAUL ABOUT 1000 HRS AGO W/MOBILE HOME AXLES
• 42’ IHC 6200 PRESS DRILL, 6” • 8' SHOP BUILT DECKABOVE UTILITY • COUGAR MAGNUM COMPOUND BOW • JD BALE SPEAR FITS JD 640 FEL • MOTORHOME:
SPACING C/W FACTORY MOVER TRAILER • SIERRA MAGNUM APLINE ARCHERY • LIVESTOCK EQUIP: • 1973 WINNEBAGO MOTORHOME,
• 40’ FLEXICOIL SYSTEMS 95 HARROW COMPOIND BOW • SWATHER: • HIGHLINE 6800 BALE PRO 400 DODGE MOTOR
• DIRT BUGGY: • PLUS A SEL OF ARROWS • MF 885 21' SP SWATHER, CAH PROCESSOR S/N 6BP98190
PACKER • LEON 1250 DIRT BUGGY – 12 ½ W/DOUBLE SWATH ATTACH, SERIES • LEWIS CATTLE OILER • IRRIGATION EQUIP:
• 40’ MORRIS MAGNUM MOD 731 CUBIC YARD, S/N 149005 • SHOP TOOLS: 2943 S/N C01164 • WW CATTLE SQUEEZE • APPROX 1/4 MILE 8" MAINLINE
CULT C/W 3 BAR MTD HARROWS & • JD MOISTURE TESTER • ROUND BALE FEEDER IRRIGATION PIPE
DEAD ROD • IRRIGATION EQUIP: • TOOLMASTER AIR SANDBLASTER • SEEDING & TILLAGE: • 5 - 10' CEMENT BUNK FEEDERS • APPROX 1/4 MILE 6" MAINLINE
• 24’ IHC 100 PRESS DRILL, 7” • BERKELY B46W IRRIGATION PUMP • 100,000 LB TOW STRAP • 20' ALTEEN TANDEM DISC IRRIGATION PIPE
SPACINGS C/W DEUTZ AIR COOLED ENGINE • 80'X100' BLUE TARP • 15' MF ONEWAY DISCER W/ PACKERS • MISC EQUIP: • B6 BERKLEY IRRIGATION PUMP W/
• 24’ IHC 100 PRESS DRILL W/FERT • 6” FLOATING PUMP W/ HONDA • 40'X50' BLUE TARP • 17' IH CULTIVATOR • 68' VERSATILE 580 PT SPRAYER S/N IHC 446 ENGINE
ATTACH – FOR PARTS MOTOR & FLEX PIPE • HD TOW STRAP • 3 - 6' COIL PACKERS 009205 • KIRCHNER PIPE TRAILER
• 14’ IHC 100 PRESS DRILL, 7” SPACING • APPROX ¾ OF A MILE MAIN LINE 7” • PLUS MORE • 28' NOBLE DRILL TRANSPORT • WESTFIELD 6"X35' GRAIN AUGER W/
S/N 5711 RINGLOCK IRRIGATION PIPE C/W 4” 16 HP KOHLER ENGINE • SHOP TOOLS:
UNIVERSAL VALVES • GRAIN TRUCK: • BRANDT 7"X35' GRAIN AUGER • PRO AIR II 25 GAL AIR COMPRESSOR
• GRAIN TRUCKS: • APPROX 1/4 OF A MILE 5” HEAVY OWNER: RANDY FORSYTH • 1970 CHEV C50 GRAIN TRUCK 5 SPD • ALLIED 7"X35' GRAIN AUGER • BENCH MODEL 5 SPD DRILL PRESS
• 1978 IHC 1700 LOADSTAR GRAIN WALL IRRIGATION PIPE W/FINE TOOTH & 2 SPD W/15' WOOD BOX & HOIST , • 14' HYD DRILL FILL • FORNEY ARC WELDER
TRUCK, V8 ENGINE, 5 SPD, 2 SPD 403-792-2231 OR 69,233 MILES ON METER • BENCH GRINDER
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ROLL OVER TARP, ORIGINAL FARM FROM WHEEL C/W 5’ SPD, 2 SPD TRANS, W/20' WOOD • 300 GAL POLY TANK • MISC NAILS & BOLTS
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TURNELL MOVER INSTRUCTIONS FROM RANDY & KATHY FORSYTH • 500 GAL PROPANE TANK
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La Leche League provides support in Strathmore


ADELLE ELLIS more and surrounding area.” worked for them,” said Meyer. the group La Leche, which translates
Times Reporter La Leche League is for new and ex- The La Leche League International into “the milk” in Spanish. La Leche
pectant mothers. (LLLI) group was originally founded in League moved into Canada in 1961.
La Leche League Canada is a nation- “I think that the support that moth- 1956 in Illinois at a time when breast- Visit La Leche League Canada Strath-
al organization with trained volunteer ers receive through the group and be- feeding was uncommon and the word more group online, at lllc.ca/lllc-strath-
leaders to provide experienced moth- ing able to talk to other mothers who breastfeeding was unacceptable in the more or on Facebook at facebook.com/
er-to-mother breastfeeding support have experienced similar things … that media. Due to this the founders called lllcstrathmore/.
through a variety of programs. support goes a long way with a mother
A Strathmore La Leche League Can- who is having some difficulties,” said
ada (LLLC) group was formed over a Meyer. CHESTERMERE HIGH SCHOOL IS HOSTING A
year ago, to provide support and help She added that there are a lot of com-
new mothers in the area.
“We don’t give any actual medical ad-
vice but we do provide evidence-based
mon problems, myths and misinforma-
tion about breastfeeding that the group
can help mothers sort through to en-
Transitional Vocational Fair
information to support the mothers so sure they receive the right information
they can make their own decisions and
take that information to their doctors to
and support.
LLLC Strathmore meetings take place WEDNESDAY APRIL 12TH
discuss as well,” said Strathmore LLLC
leader, Angela Meyer.
on the fourth Tuesday of each month
at 6:30 p.m. at the Strathmore Parent 5-7 P.M.
Meyer started the group in Strath-
more because after she had her first
Link Centre. Each meeting has a gen-
eral topic, but questions posed from
CHS SOUTH GYM
son, she had to travel to Chestermere mothers are the main focus of each
to attend a LLLC group. meeting. There is no pre-registration or The CHS Learning Support team is inviting families with children who have special
“I regularly attended meetings there registration required, mothers and ex- needs and/or learning challenges to discover resources that are available to them
and got most of my training through pectant mothers can simply drop in to both in Calgary and the surrounding areas.
the leaders at that group,” she noted. a meeting.
“But I wanted to bring the help and “It is important to note that these Representatives from many programs/agencies will be available to provide
support of La Leche League further out meetings are not a breastfeeding class, information regarding their programs, resources and aids that are available for school
to reach more mothers in the Strath- but rather a support group where aged children as well as students transitioning from the high school setting.
mothers can find solutions to their
breastfeeding questions and share their
Creating art experiences or ideas of things that have If you have further questions please contact the school at 403-272-8868.

in Rockyford 36th ANNUAL WHEAT COUNTRY MACHINERY

AUCTION
ADELLE ELLIS
Times Reporter
Farm EquipmEnt
The Rockyford Library will host their & machinEry
fourth annual Easter Art Camp from

TUESDAY, APRIL 18 - 9:30 a.m


April 18 to 21, with Drumheller artist
Vicki Myers returning for her third year
to instruct.
“I like that we are all creating togeth- SALE LOCATION: MCINENLY AUCTION CENTER 6.5 KM WEST OF VULCAN
er, all ages and skills over four days, ON SEC HWY #534 TO RR #253 & 6.5 KM SOUTH TO TWP RD #162
totally immersed,” said Myers. “(It’s) so
VERY PARTIAL LISTING - CHECK WEBSITE REGULARLY, AS WE ARE ADDING EQUIPMENT DAILY
good to see the older kids take on help-
ing and sharing what they know (with TRACTORS: • 1993 IH9400 TANDEM GRAIN TRUCK, N14 CONSIGNMENT OF VULCAN COUNTY EQUIPMENT:
• 1990 VERSATILE 946 DESIGNATION 6 4WD CUMMINS ENG, 20 SPD SPICER TRANS 24.5
the younger kids).” TRACTOR, CAHR, 325 HP TURBO DIESEL 6 CYL • RUBBER C/W 20' STEELBOX & HOIST, REMOTE TRACTOR TRUCKS
ENGINE, FIRESTONE 24.5-32 DUALS, S/N TAILGATE & NEW TARP - LESS THAN 10K ON • 2012 WESTERN STAR 4900FA TRACTOR TRUCK, CUMMINS ISX15 ENGINE, ALLISON AUTO
During the week, participants will D451348, 5000 HRS - SUPER CLEAN, TOTALLY REBUILT MOTOR & BOX HAS BEEN TRANS, DAY CAB, 5TH WHEEL HITCH, WET KIT, 441,138 KMS S/N 5KJJAEBG6CPBH2118
work on several different projects, SHEDDED, 1 OWNER - THIS TRACTOR IS IN SANDBLASTED & PAINTED • 2012 WESTERN STAR 4900FA TRACTOR TRUCK, CUMMINS ISX15 ENGINE, ALLISON AUTO
while using different skills such as IMMACULATE CONDITION! • 1974 CHEV C60 3 TON GRAIN TRUCK, 5 SPD TRANS, DAY CAB, 5TH WHEEL HITCH, WET KIT, 400,100 KMS S/N 5KJJAEBG4CPBH2117
• 1981 VERSATILE 895 4WD TRACTOR, CAH, HI LO TRANS, C/W 14' STEEL BOX & HOIST - TRAILERS
drawing, painting, clay, writing, tex- CUMMINS ENG, 24.5-32 RUBBER, QUAD ONLY 32,434 ORIGINAL MILES - 2ND OWNER • 2012 LODELINE TRIPLE AXLE BELLY DUMP GRAVEL TRAILER, AIR DUMP, FRESH SAFETY, S/N
tiles and learning how to look at the HYDS, 9086 HRS S/N 090932 TRUCK 2D9CD3821C1012074
• FORD 640 TRACTOR, 4 CYLINDER GAS • 2010 GRAV HAUL TRIDEM END DUMP GRAVEL TRAILER S/N 2M9FS3359A1174164
environment. They will also be work- ENGINE, 30 HP, PTO, 3 PTH C/W FORD FEL
HARVEST:
• 30' CASE MOD 730 PT SWATHER • 2003 MIDLAND TRIDEM END DUMP GRAVEL TRAILER S/N 2MFB2R5D23R002646
ing with power tools for some of the • CASE 430 GAS TRACTOR, DUAL HYDS, 3 PTH
• 36' WESTWARD PT SWATHER • 2000 DOEPKER TRIDEM END DUMPGRAVEL TRAILER S/N 2DEGEDZ38Y1010388
projects. C/W ALLIED FRONT END LOADER, 2070 HRS
• 25' WESTWARD 3000 PT SWATHER TRACTOR
SHOWING
“We work on quite a few projects. • 25' VERSATILE MOD 10 PT SWATHER C/W HYD • 1981 VERSATILE 895 4WD TRACTOR, CAH, CUMMINS ENG, 24.5-32 RUBBER, QUAD HYDS,
SEEDING & TILLAGE: DRIVE DOUBLE SWATH ATTCH, SHEDDED S/N 9086 HRS S/N 090932
Some are put together in a way that • 1998 33' BOURGAULT MOD 5710 AIR DRILL 031231 ALL VULCAN COUNTY EQUIPMENT COMES COMPLETE WITH MAINTENANCE RECORDS & IS VERY
builds into another. We will work with W/ BOURGAULT MOD 3225 CART • 25' MF MOD35 PT SWATHER, SHEDDED WELL MAINTAINED & SERVICED!
• 39' FLEXICOIL 5000 AIR DRILL W/ 1610 160
temporary art as well as some science BU TOW BETWEEN TANK, SINGLE SHOOT, 7"
GRAIN & GRAVEL TRAILERS:
• 2012 LODELINE TRIPLE AXLE BELLY DUMP RAMPS W/CENTER FLIP UP, SPARE TIRE S/N HITCH
and art,” said Myers. “I like to get across SPACING, 3/4" POINTS, HYD MARKER,
GRAVEL TRAILER, AIR DUMP, FRESH SAFETY, 2N9FASC24G017359 • SELECTION OF ALUMINUM IRRIGATION PIPE
COURSE & FINE METERS
to the kids that creating is not only in S/N 2D9CD3821C1012074 • 1998 7X20 SOONER ALUMINUM GN STOCK
• 20' JD 9450 HOE DRILL, 7" SPACING, FERT
• 2010 GRAV HAUL TRIDEM END DUMP GRAVEL TRAILER, CENTER GATE W/SLIDER, NON SLIP
3 POINT HITCH EQUIPMENT:
making art, but can be a part of every- ATTACH, NEW POINTS C/W FACTORY
TRAILER S/N 2M9FS3359A1174164 • 3 PTH 7' ROLLINS BLADE W/ ADJUSTABLE
TRANSPORT PLANK FLOOR - HAULED ONLY A FEW HEAD ANGLE
day living.” • 2003 MIDLAND TRIDEM END DUMP GRAVEL OF CATTLE S/N 48HSA2025W1081174
• 36' HARMON AIR SEEDER C/W 4 BAR MTD • 3 PTH 6' ROTOTILLER
The camp is aimed at children aged TRAILER S/N 2MFB2R5D23R002646 • 7X20 DEX GN STOCK TRAILER, 2-7000# AXLES,
HARROWS & HARMON MOD 3100 TANK • 3 PTH 4' HOWSE ROUGHCUT MOWER
• 2000 DOEPKER TRIDEM END DUMPGRAVEL PLYWOOD LINED, CENTER GATE, SHEDDED
six to 12. The fee is $40, and hours each • 28' HUTCHMASTER MOD DOT7600 SERIES HD • 3 PTH FORD 6' 951B FLAIL MOWER
TRAILER S/N 2DEGEDZ38Y1010388 • 18’ BIG BUBBA FLATDECK TRAILER, 2 7000#
TANDEM DISC W/SMOOTH DISC • 3 PTH 5' FARM KING PTO ROTO TILLER
day are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Participants MUDSCRAPERS S/N 28-3476 SPRAYERS: AXELS • 3 PTH 6' KING CUTTER BLADE
bring their own packed lunch and • 53' FRIGSTAD CULTIVATOR W/NH3 KIT, JOHN • 80' FLEXICOIL MOD 62 PT SPRAYER TRUCKS & SERVICE TRUCK • 3 PTH 5' MIDWEST OFFSET DISC
BLUE METER, 3 BAR MTD HARROWS & • 80' FLEXICOIL MOD 60 PT SPRAYER • 1978 CHEV C30 SERVICE TRUCK, 350 ENGINE,
snacks. Contact the Rockyford Library
FLOATING HITCH • 62' FLEXICOIL MOD 50 PT SPRAYER W/250 STD TRANS C/W LINCOLN 200 WELDER, 13
QUAD & MOTORBIKE:
at 403-533-3964 to register. GAL TANK, FOAM MARKER & 5 & 10 GAL • KONKER 50CC QUAD
• 47' MORRIS CULTIVATOR HP GAS AIR COMPRESSOR, 32,000 KMS
NOZZLES • 250CC 4 STROKE DIRT BIKE
• 40' VICTORY BLADE • 2010 FORD F450 CREW CAB, DIESEL, AUTO, • HONDA 110CC DIRT BIKE
• CALHOON 450 SERIES FERTILIZER SPREADER HAYING & SILAGE EQUIPMENT, 4X4, C/W HYDRA DECK • GIO BIKE
• 10' ALTEEN DOUBLE DISC S/N 10-367
We’ll Make You • NODET GRANULAR APPLICATOR FOR 35' -
SHEDDED S/N 572984
LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT & PANELS:
• 2002 HESSTON 865A ROUND BALER
SUV:
• 2005 FORD EXPEDITION, 8 PASSENGER,
• HONDA 50CC DIRT BIKE - NEEDS REPAIRS
TREES:
SMILE TRACTOR TRUCKS, GRAIN & GRAVEL
TRUCKS:
• HESSTON 12 WHEEL HAY RAKE - FIELD READY
• 12' HESSTON MOD 1340 HAY CONDITIONER
W/NEW BLADES
LEATHER INTERIOR, DVD PLAYER, 5.4L
MOTOR, MICHELIN TIRES, 240,000KMS
GRAIN HANDLING EQUIPMENT:
• 30 - 4' POTTED SPRUCE TREES
• 20 - 4' POTTED PINE TREES
• 50 - 2' POTTED SPRUCE TREES
• 2012 WESTERN STAR 4900FA TRACTOR • 30 - 24' FREESTANDING PANELS 6' HIGH
• 16 - 24' FREESTANDING WIND BREAKS 8' • 7"X36' FARM KING GRAIN AUGER W/HONDA • 30 - 2' POTTED PINE TREES
TRUCK, CUMMINS ISX15 ENGINE, ALLISON
HIGH 11 HP MOTOR GUNS:
AUTO TRANS, DAY CAB, 5TH WHEEL HITCH,
441,138 KMS S/N 5KJJAEBG6CPBH2118 • 50 - 10' 5 BAR PANELS MISC. FARM MACHINERY A LARGE SELECTIONS OF GUNS IN THIS GUN
onsite Denture Services • 2012 WESTERN STAR 4900FA TRACTOR • JERACAR EQUINE CONDITIONER HORSE & EQUIP: DISPERSAL CHECK WEBSITE FOR DETAILS
TRUCK, CUMMINS ISX15 ENGINE, ALLISON TREADMILL • LINDEN POSTER POUNDER W/MAGNUM • GUNS TO SELL AT 11 AM SHARP – ALL
Now available KOHLER 16 HP ELEC START ENGINE PURCHASERS MUST HAVE UP TO DATE PAL
AUTO TRANS, DAY CAB, 5TH WHEEL HITCH, FLATDECK & STOCK TRAILERS: • STEEL TRUCK DECK C/W SLIP TANK & GN BALL
Please call 403-934-9681 WET KIT, 400,100 KMS S/N
5KJJAEBG4CPBH2117
• 2006 NORBERT 30' TANDEM DUAL GN
FLATDECK TRAILER, C/W BEAVERTAIL &
to schedule your appointment NOTE: THIS SALE IS SUBJECT TO ADDITIONS & DELETIONS. THE MACHINERY WILL BE

Frank McIne WE ACCEPT INTERACT, ACCEPTED AT THE YARD APRIL 12 TIL APRIL 15 FROM 9:00 AM TIL 5:00 PM. & MAY BE
Dr. Elizabeth Robinson • Dr. Leanne Lesniak VIEWED APRIL 18 & SALE DAY. CHECK OUR WEBSITE www.mcinenly.com FOR UPDATED
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our only busines 2B0
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CONSIGNMENTS ARE BEING ADDED DAILY. CHECK OUR WEBSITE FOR UPDATED LISTINGS.
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Life-transforming trips You’re Invited


LAUREEN F. GUENTHER are expected to follow maps and use
Times Contributor the London Underground.
“They figured out how to get half-
Rosebud School of the Arts (RSA) stu- price tickets, how to get last-minute
dents took their annual theatre trips in tickets, day tickets, student tickets and
February, with first-year students visit- then go and see the shows that they re-
ing Canada’s west coast, while second-
and third-year students traveled to Lon-
ally want to see,” said Muir. “One of the
most exciting things is to have a stu- Ducks Unlimited Canada
dent say, ‘I can’t believe it, but I think
35th Annual Strathmore
don, England.
“To see the transformation that hap- I actually know how to follow a map
pens with the students on these trips is now.’”
incredibly rewarding,” said Paul Muir,
RSA education director, who led the
Hayley Rosenau, a first-year student,
found the west coast trip even more
Dinner & Auction
London trip. “I wish every person out transformative than most.
there who supports not only our trip “I’d never been on a plane before,”
fundraiser ... but everybody who sup- she said. “I had never been to BC be- Saturday, June 3, 2017
ports Rosebud by giving a donation or fore. I had never touched any of the
buying a ticket to the theatre ... I wish oceans, so I got to jump in the ocean Strathmore Civic Centre
everybody could experience what I ex- for the first time.”
perience when I watch this transforma- But she grew most, she said, from
constantly being with people.
Cocktails at 6 pm, Dinner at 7 pm
tion.”
First-year students spent 10 days in “Being with each other all the time
Victoria and Vancouver, taking work- and then being in huge cities surround- Raffles, live and silent auction
shops, doing a backstage tour of Belfry ed by people, it was a bit of a struggle,”
Theatre, and seeing shows in Victoria, she said. “I found toward the end of the
Chemainus and Vancouver. trip, it was starting to feel like a new Tickets: $50 / person
The second- and third-year students normal. That’s going to be especially $350/table of eight
took workshops in London, and Edin- helpful in the career I’ve chosen.
burgh, Scotland, did backstage tours of “My strongest lasting impression
London’s National and Globe Theatres, would be how much I grew to love Tickets: Jeanette 403-990-1657
and toured Edinburgh Castle. In both Vancouver. I never thought I could fall
cities, they saw shows together and in- in love with a city,” added Rosenau,
dependently, with some students see- who is from Youngstown, Alta. “I texted
ing up to 15 shows in two weeks. my dad halfway through the week and
“There’s something about seeing I was like, ‘I don’t know if I’m coming
back. I just love Vancouver so much.’”
world-class theatre,” said Muir. “That
makes students go, ‘Wow! Okay! That’s That new love also brought her great- Active by nature.
it! That’s where the bar is!’” est lesson. Conserving Canada’s Wetlands
Transformation also happens on an- “If you assume, you could actually
other level. miss out on an awesome opportunity,” Ducks Unlimited Canada conserves, restores and manages wetlands and associated habitats
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Public Hearings—Wheatland County Council Chambers


April 18, 2017 at 1 p.m.
Wheatland County will consider the following applications for Public
Hearing at the regular Council meeting on Tuesday, April 18, 2017.
The following public hearings begin at 1 p.m. and proceed until all
applications have been heard: Comments may be forwarded in writing to Wheatland County or at the above
meeting. The application files may be reviewed in the County Office during regular
Bylaw # 2016-63 office hours – Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. Any comments provided will
File No. LU2016-82 become part of the public record in accordance with Section 40 (1) of the Alberta
Owner/Applicant: 1360848 Alberta Ltd./Greg Royer Freedom of Information and Protection Privacy (FOIPP) Act. Any personal information
Legal Description: Lots 3 & 5, Block 1, Plan 061 1627; Lots 7 & 8, Block 1, on submissions made regarding applications is collected under the authority of the
Plan 061 1628; and parcels 6 & 9. Plan 911 1987 FOIPP Act Section 33 (c) and subsequent versions of the Act.
Plan Area: +/- 134.9 ha (333.42 ac)
Division # 2 2017 Property Assessment Inspections
Proposal: Redesignate from Agricultural General (A-G) District to Direct You may see him out and about…
Control (D-C) District. The Direct Control District would allow for the subject
lands to be used for the care, raising and breeding of endangered species
Wheatland County has contracted Blackfoot Creek Assessments Inc. to conduct 2017
with supporting institutional uses.
General Property Assessment inspections for all properties located within:
Bylaw # 2017-04
 Range 25 (surrounding Highway 817 north & south of Strathmore)
File No. LU2017-04
 Hamlet of Speargrass
Owner/Applicant: Thiessen, Danny
 Lakes of Muirfield
Legal Description: Lot C, Plan 881 1396 (NW-4-24-25-W4M)
Plan Area: +/- 17.92 ha (44.28 ac)
The contracted assessor, Don Paul, will have personal identification and his vehicle will
Division # 4
have a Wheatland County logo attached. Note that inspections will be conducted from
Proposal: Redesignate from Agricultural General (A-G) District to Country
April-July this year
Residential (C-R) District to facilitate the subdivision of four parcels
For more information, visit www.wheatlandcounty.ca
approximately 0.8 ha (2.0 ac) each in size.

Bylaw # 2017-07 A reminder that Strychnine sales


File No. LU2017-10
Owner/Applicant: Bruce Rechner have begun!
Legal Description: Lot 1, Plan 881 1334 in the SE-29-23-26-W4M
Plan Area: +/- 3.91 ha (9.68 ac 2% Liquid Strychnine is available for sale to farmers
Division # 4 Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to noon at
Proposal: Redesignate from Agricultural General (A-G) District to Agricultural the Wheatland County Office
Small Holding (A-SH) District.
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Chiefs crowned
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provincial champs
TYLER LOWEY shy of the net in a maze of skates and sticks. Chayse
Times Reporter Hnatowich fished out the loose biscuit, spun and slid
it home.
As the best team all season, the Wheatland Chiefs The Crusaders cut into the lead on a power play of
validated their greatness by winning the organiza- their own, when Zach Giacobbo walked in, faked a
tion’s first provincial championship. clapper from just beyond the faceoff dot, then rushed
The Chiefs accomplished something that they, along in a burnt Ty Tarvyd high-blocker.
with the peewee Braves and bantam Warriors, have A quick, simple pass from Isaac Benoit in the slot to
been vying for for the past 25 years. Clouston by the right faceoff dot completed the first-
Once the echo of the final buzzer ceased in their period hat trick.
8-4 win over the St. Albert Crusaders April 2 at the “That was definitely the best period of my lifetime,”
Pason Centennial Arena in Okotoks, the local double- said Clouston, who went on to be named player of
A midget team was able to celebrate the monumental the game. “I found the open spots on net and picked
moment with fans spanning decades. them out.”
Players hugged friends, parents, babies, teammates, The first period ended with a skirmish in the Chiefs
coaches and managers. end. Teams started the second with some four-on-four
You didn’t have to speak with anyone from the as- play as, once again, Clouston found the back of the
sociation at any point this year to know what their net, blowing past a pair of Crusader defenders, scor-
goal was. You could tell by the way they treated the ing on a breakaway from Benoit and Travis.
first period. Clouston’s fourth chased Waseylenko, which seemed
“Tonight was an energetic performance and fun to to turn the fortunes of the Crusaders.
be a part of,” said Chiefs head coach Evan Barlow. Under any other condition, five goals have been
“They have been looking forward to this game for a more than enough of a cushion for the Chiefs with
long time and they were ready for it once it finally Tarvyd between the pipes.
came.” After being outshot 12-5 in the opening frame, the
The Chiefs ambushed the Crusaders, scoring five Crusaders turned the tables, out-shooting the Chiefs
times in the opening frame. 9-6, and the Chiefs needed a couple big stops by
“We were really pumped before the game,” said Tarvyd on three-straight penalty kills to keep the Cru-
Chiefs defenseman Kelton Travis. “We were probably saders at a distance.
more excited than nervous, because we knew we were “We got exactly what we wanted,” said Clouston.
going to come out flying.” “This was our goal all year and we made it happen.
Chiefs captain Ryan Bell got things going at the 1:57 This was, hands down, the best team I’ve ever been a
mark when Lucas Muenchrath dug the puck out from part of. The chemistry and talent on this team is unlike
the corner and spotted Bell in front of the net. anything else.”
Kale Clouston put the finishing touches on a fairly Tarvyd was simply spectacular all season. He fin-
successful season with a couple exclamation marks in ished the campaign without registering a loss and
the final. The Moose Jaw Warriors 6-foot-4 prospect only let four goals slip past him once, until the pro-
put on a clinic in the final. vincial final.
Clouston picked up his first of the evening when, The Crusaders poured it on in the third period with
with one hand, he redirected a Travis point shot. three goals, but the Chiefs kept them at bay with But-
“He’s exceptionally fast and he used his legs tonight. terwick sniping through a crowd and Lucas Muench-
When he gets going he’s practically unstoppable,” rath’s second of the tournament.
Barlow said about his star forward, Clouston. The Chiefs carved their way into the finals by clip-
At that point, the Chiefs had not allowed one shot ping the CBHA Rangers 5-3 in the opener March
on net, despite being short handed twice. 30 and edged the host Okotoks Oilers Black 2-1 on
Seconds before the midway mark of the first, Clous- March 31.
ton stole a puck in the neutral zone, dashed in on With their spot in the final already reserved after the
Parker Waseylenko, beating him low-glove. Crusaders cemented the Oilers 5-3 April 1, the Chiefs
Waseylenko was a brick wall when these two teams fell 6-4 to the Strathcona ACT Warriors in the final
met in the round robin stage. He stopped 36 shots in game of the round robin.
a scoreless tie March 31. “This was a really good weekend of hockey,” said
“We weren’t getting pucks deep, skating fast Barlow. “I am really proud of these boys. They earned
The Wheatland Chiefs captured the Midget AA Provincial Champi-
enough, weren’t making checks,” said Clouston about this title, no question about it.” onship on April 2 at the Pason Centennial Arena in Okotoks. After
the round robin tilt. “Today, we came out and did all Benoit lead the South Central Alberta Hockey a dominating season, the Chiefs capped off the campaign with a
those things and played our best game.” League in scoring with 38 goals and 26 assists. He gold medal at the provincial championship tournament March 30
With Keegan Doll in the box for tripping at the continued his dominant play, leading provincials with to April 2.
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TYLER LOWEY He might not have packed the big-
Times Reporter gest goal-scoring punch, but he was the
loudest voice in the locker room and
43 Spruce Park Drive, Strathmore
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our one of their more successful sea- “He pumped us up, always,” said
sons in franchise history. Brooker Pretty Youngman. “He did
The Kings held their annual windup whatever it takes. He was the voice in
banquet March 31 at the Strathmore the dressing room. He could go out and
Family Centre, where they handed out score a big goal or lay someone out
their yearly awards and thanked spon- with a big hit. He always knew how to
sors, fans and people in the community get the team going.”
who made this year possible. Pretty Youngman was one of three
“It’s an unbelievable turn out to- graduating players honoured at the end
night,” said Kings head coach and new of the evening. Kristian Ayoungman
dad Shadoe Stoodley. “The banquets and Hoover accompanied him as mem-
we had when I was coaching in double- bers of the Kings presented them with
A were basically just parents. It’s great
to see the support this team has and
game jerseys, signaling the end of their
time with the black and gold.
Sizes
hopefully it grows moving forward into For the Siksika Nation product, Pret-
Range
next year.”
It was the first opportunity for the
ty Youngman, it marks the end of an
incredible journey through the HJHL. New 12’x8’
entire Kings team and staff to be in the Playing for two teams in his career,
same room following their earlier-than-
expected exit from the playoffs.
he eclipsed the 100-point plateau this
season after recording 26 goals and 24
Arrival to
The night was a light-hearted affair. points this season. The Kings named
Hosted by the voice of the Kings, Den-
nis Stewart, the community was treated
him this year’s top scorer.
“I owe a lot to my parents, Jason and
12’x17’
to dinner and music in a room decorat- Louise, for their support off the ice,”
ed yellow and black with hockey skates said Pretty Youngman. “I wouldn’t have
serving as vases.
Kings captain Keenan Ogle said grace
been able to be this successful without
them helping me out along the way.” Carpet
before the meal. Little did he know he
would bring home the biggest award of
While Pretty Youngman was busy
powering his way to the net offensively,
Roll Hurry in
Hayden Vanderploeg was the calming
for Best
the night.
Ogle finished up his third season
with the club. After only recording six
presence on the blue line, getting the
puck quickly out of his own end and Ends
assists the season prior, Stoodley and
his staff elected him as captain at the
chipping in whenever possible in the
offensive end.
Selection
beginning of the year and named him “I thought I had a pretty good year,”
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Skaters lace up in competition Pass the Salt


TYLER LOWEY
Times Reporter PIONEERING VISIONING living and just exist.
God wants us to do more than
Members of the Strathmore Skating Club took About 350 years ago a shipload exist. He wants us to enjoy life
part in the Chinook Open last weekend in Leth- of travelers landed on the north and do so abundantly. We will
east coast of America. The first always have valleys and tough
bridge and brought home a couple of medals.
year they established a town times, but vision keeps us going
Brynn Shaw and Kaitlyn Struiksma won gold in
site. The next year they elected no matter what.
the STAR 4 team event.
a town government. The third Pioneering is hard because
Meanwhile, Genevieve Hart, Trinity Haynes and
year the town government you are plowing unbroken
Tamzyn Musselman captured silver in the STAR 4 Tamzyn Musselman (l), stands with Genvieve Hart, Brynn
planned to build a road five ground. It means leaving some
competition. Shaw, Kaitlyn Struiksma, and Trinity Haynes, wearing their
miles westward into the things behind. Abraham left his
In the STAR 2 team event, Ava Doyle, Paige La- medals and assessment sheets from the Chinook Open in Le-
thbridge last weekend. wilderness. family and land, Moses and the
bossiere, Sophia Bischoff and Olivia Beardsell won In the fourth year the people Israelites had to leave Egypt in
silver, and Rylee Wilson won the bronze for her Photo Courtesy of Strathmore Skating Club
tried to impeach their town order to enter the new promised
interpretive skate. snagged silver during a Special Olympics Level 2 government because they land. When we enter into a new
Previously, at the Alberta STARSkate champion- skate. thought it was a waste of public marriage it requires us to leave
ships March 26 in Airdrie, the skating club racked Their next event is slated for April 21-23, when funds to build a road five miles our parents and join with our
up some more hardware. the United Cycle Sunsational Competition takes westward into a wilderness. spouse. Leaving things behind
Jaicey Birch, in a field of 24 skaters, won silver place in Edmonton. That will be their final com- Who needed to go there is not easy, but if we keep
for an interpretive routine. Wilson placed third petition of the season, followed by their awards anyway? focusing ahead on the promised
in an interpretive of 69 skaters and Emma Bittorf banquet April 26. Here were people who had the land, and don’t lose sight of that,
vision to see three thousand there is great adventures and
Hold that thought about Junior A relocation miles across an ocean and
overcome great hardships to
blessings in store that we would
never have experienced had
TYLER LOWEY the Bisons took advantage of ice time during the get there. But in just a few years we stayed in our comfortable
Times Reporter day to get their practices in, avoiding the logjam they were not able to see even boxes.
and headaches of booking ice in the evening. five miles out of town. They had Keep looking ahead and focus
With the Foothills CFR Chemicals Bisons wait- A Junior team, however, is comprised of high lost their pioneering vision. on what’s around the bend
ing around for the final axe to drop from Hockey school graduates who have either moved on to Without a vision we perish. We rather than what’s in the rear
Alberta about their future location, speculation has university or into day jobs. all need to have something that view mirror. There is a hope and
bubbled up along the streets of Strathmore about Finding time for practice is one thing, but game we are dreaming of, getting up a future.
the potential acquisition of an Alberta Junior Hock- time would be another hurdle in the way of a po- in the morning for. It’s when
ey League franchise. tential Junior team in town. we lose sight of that vision that Pastor Elizabeth Karp
“The Junior team is going to have to come up depression hits and we stop Harvest Healing Centre Church
The process to filling the void left by the Bisons
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more to the math than subtracting one franchise teams are maxing out the rink right now. Some
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by anyone about relocating any of our franchises,” $3. You’ve got to wonder if people are going to Sunday Worship: 10:30 am 403-934-2641
pay triple to go watch a new team.” Wednesday Bible Study: 7 pm Pastor: Fr. Wojciech Jarzecki
said AJHL commissioner Ryan Bartoshyk.
www.rccgstrathmore.com Masses: Saturday 5 pm • Sunday 10 am
One of the reasons the Mustangs surfaced in the The Mustangs have some connections with
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the AJHL in attendance, averaging 1,304 per game, the Wheatland Kings. The Kings coaching staff is 102 Canal Gardens STRATHMORE UNITED
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Mustangs finished last with 205 fans per game. stands as their office, having to huddle over just to Worship Sundays 10:30 am Rev. Pamela Scott
Over the past five years, they have averaged 253 squeeze inside. If the Bisons do move, the Kings Healing Room Monday 7-9 pm Sunday Worship 10:30 am
fans, with their highest showing during the 2012- should have first dibs on the Bisons old digs. Now available at The Seed (our book nook) Babysitting Provided
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AJHL arena to feature the one-sided seating. The lease those locker and coaching rooms.”
Canmore, Olds and Whitecourt arenas all feature Looking to keep the momentum with a coaching
seats on one half of the arena. There is definitely staff and manager entering their second season,
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but they are returning a solid group of veterans,
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other team’s top players each game.”
Team South held their selection camp
Michelle & Murray Gordon, Trevor Johansen, & Bryce
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bantam draft approaching, one of the at the Strathmore Family Centre March Peters), and their family Reilly Corbiell, & Lauren
Corbiell, & Stephanie Peters, Christa Peters & Jenny
final steps in evaluating talent has 25 and 26. The rosters were announced
Peters. With a special place in dad’s heart were his 7
taken place, as the coaching staffs of March 29. PUBLIC NOTICE
precious great-grandchildren Grayson, Avery, & Den-
Alberta Cup teams named their rosters “These camps are the first identifica- ver Hardy, Owen & Trey Corbiell, and Brynlee & Brody Alture Estates Limited Partnership
last week. tion stage for the U16 Western Canada Gordon. Dad was predeceased by his wife, May Cor- Water Act
One local product was selected to Challenge Cup,” said Hockey Alberta biell, on January 19, 2016; and son, Alan Corbiell, NOTICE OF APPLICATION
play for Team South at the ATB Alberta senior communications manager Brad on December 5, 2005. The family would especially
Cup on April 26-30 at the Canmore Rec- Lyon. “The Alberta Cup also provides like to thank Dr. Sader for the exceptional attention Notice is given that Alture Estates Limited Partner-
and care he provided to dad over the last few years. ship has filed an application under the provisions
reation Centre. WHL scouts one final opportunity to
Thanks to the staff at Sagewood for their kindness of the Water Act to infill 0.97 hectares of Class III
Siksika’s Anson McMaster was se- look at players before the draft.” Seasonal Pond located in NW 22-024-25-W4M near
and support that dad received during his stay. A me-
lected by Team South head coach Jamie More than 100 skaters signed up for morial service will be held on Monday, April 10, 2017 Strathmore, Alberta to facilitate residential develop-
Steer and his staff. the Strathmore camp; the list was whit- at Hope Community Covenant Church at 11:00 am. ment.
“I didn’t watch much bantam triple- tled down to a 20-man roster. If family and friends so desire, in lieu of flowers do-
A this season, but after one weekend “Overall, we were very impressed nations can be made directly to the Wheatland Area Any person who is directly affected by the applica-
camp, it’s clear to see why Anson won with the skills and competition level Hospice Society (PO Box 2154, Strathmore, AB T1P tion may submit a statement of concern to:
the top defenseman award,” said Steer. that we saw from the players in Strath- 1K2). To send condolences, please visit Damien’s Environment and Parks
obituary at www.wheatlandfuneralhome.ca. Regulatory Approval Center
“He’s a big d-man that can really move. more,” said Team Alberta coordinator
Main Floor, Great West Life
I will have zero problem playing him in for Hockey Alberta, Dustin Moore. “The 9920 108 Street, EDMONTON AB T5K 2M4
any situation: power play, penalty kill players were divided into six teams, Phone: 780-427-6311
or in the final minutes of a game.” and worked through positional skill Fax: 780-422-0154
McMaster is a 6-foot-3, 163-pounder sessions, and then each team played THANK YOUS
and played for the Rocky Mountain three games. The players are observed within seven days of the providing of this notice.
Raiders of the Alberta Major Bantam on and off the ice to see how they re- Thank You
spond to different types of situations.” The family of Norman Piché would like to thank The written statement of concern should include the
Hockey League this season.
the following people for all of their support, help and following:
In 36 games, he lit the lamp 15 times McMaster’s teammate on the Raiders,
and picked up 24 assists. He also Ethan McKibbin, was also selected to understanding during Norms’ brief illness. Thank you
to Nicole Porquet-Seitz the Home Care nurse who so - the application number 001-00385285
scored once in three playoff games. He the South roster. - describe concerns that are relevant to matters
diligently cared for Norman. All the girls from Bay
also took part in the AMBHL all-star Eight teams will play at the Alberta Shore Home Care Services, Norms’ doctors and all of regulated by the Water Act.
game, playing for Team South Jan. 14 Cup. Players will also take part in an the family and friends for their comforting words and - explain how the filer of the concern will be
in Okotoks. education seminar hosted by the West- concern over the last few months. Vince would like to directly affected by the activities proposed in
“He was one of our strongest go-to ern Hockey League (WHL). personally thank all of his clients who were so the application
Last year, current Foothills CFR understanding during this time, your patience and - provide the legal land location of the land owned
players this season. As a big, strong
support are appreciated more than words could express. or used by the filer where the concerns described
kid, he played in every situation for us Chemicals Bisons Peyton Krebs and Ta- are believed to be applicable.
Thank you to the Wheatland Funeral Home for all of
as our captain. I’m not surprised that run Fizer were members of the South your help, you are so knowledgable and gentle, you - state the distance between the land owned or
he made this team,” said Raiders head squad that took third place. truly made this difficult process so much easier for us used and the site in the application.
coach Mickey Kluner. “He has a big The WHL draft will be held May 4, in as a family. Thank you to everyone who acknowledged - contact information including the full name and
shot, played a lot on our power play, Calgary, with the Prince Albert Raiders Norms’ passing with cards, flowers, food or simple mailing address of the filer. Please provide a
but is also naturally bigger and stron- holding the No. 1 pick. words; your kindness does not go unnoticed. telephone number and/or email address for ease
of contact.

Strathmore bolsters Environment and Parks will review each written


statement of concern, seek more information if

Border Battle roster Thank You


needed, and notify each filer by letter of the decision
to accept or reject their written submission as a valid
A special thank you to everyone who came to my statement of concern.
TYLER LOWEY first ever Women’s Border Battle will be 100th. Birthday party. Thank you for all the cards
Times Reporter very special” said Carnelos. “We have and gifts. Laurel, my great granddaughter and Please quote file number: 00385285
assembled a team of very talented and her school chum for looking after the guestbook,
Michelle for taking pictures of everyone coming in Further information regarding this project can be
The rosters for the inaugural Wom- well-deserving players and I look for-
the door, Dian for organizing the party and also for obtained from:
en’s Slo-Pitch Border Battle have been ward to coaching them.” Heather Ferguson
all the baking Richard and Robin for the buns, Trevor
announced, and they carry a Strath- Carnelos has coached the Miken for the punch and drinks, to everyone who helped EnviroConsult Inc.
more flavour. Home Run Sports Lady Birds for years, that day. Robin’s mother Chris Shacklton and family, #1613, 246 Stewart Green S.W.
Local product Amanda Sanderson has and has run into Sanderson while she the Sproule’s, the Co-op Calgary for donating the CALGARY, AB T3H 3C8
been named to the Canadian squad that was playing for the Alberta Sparqs the cakes, Zalata for the one with my birth certificate on Phone: 403-233-0035
will take on their American counter- past couple of summers. the top. Dian for the Danish wedding cake, Jennifer Email: heather@enviroconsultinc.com
parts July 1, in Oklahoma City. Primarily an outfielder, the right- for coming from San Deigo and bringing the guest-
book, Laurel for the two posters, one Great Grandma Statements filed regarding this application are public
“We have played Amanda for years, handed hitting Sanderson will be relied records which are accessible by the public. State-
and she is always one of the toughest on to use her speed in the outfield, cov- with all the chocolate bars, the other one Ivy Bogstie
100, John Godsmal for the plaque of my life, Rex ments should explain why the filer is directly affect-
hitters to get out,” said Team Canada ering the vast territory of ASA Hall of ed and provide the full printed name; phone number
Harwood for the plaque from the County.
head coach Tony Carnelos. Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City. A special thanks to my family and everyone for a and/or email address; postal address and legal land
There was no tryout camp, but a se- Team Canada will head down south wonderful day. location of the filer.
lection process was made based on past a couple days prior to the one-game To the Strathmore Times and staff, thanks for the an-
knowledge and scouting of the players. showdown to play a handful of exhibi- nouncements in the paper, the Times is a joy to read. Failure to file statements of concerns may affect the
tion games, to get acclimatized to the right to file a notice of appeal with the Environmental
“It’s always an honour to represent
Ivy Bogstie Appeals Board.
your country, but to be a part of the environment.
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Restaurant & Pub Call 1-866-399-3853 or go com/for-job-seekers. equipment and its daily maintenance. Being self-motivated, capable of working
is hiring: 1 Full Time, Permanent to: iheschool.com.
independently, and interested in contributing to the improvement of programs

Cook and activities are important attributes to bring to this position.


ASB Light Equipment Operators are very important positions in the department
and the image they create and leave through the quality of their work reflects on
$14 Hourly, for 35-44 Hours per week
Minimum 2-3 years Experience the entire ASB department and County.
Golden Hills School Division #75
invites applications for
Specific Skills: Prep and cook full course meals The successful candidate will have:
and individual dishes specific to Canadian SUMMER STUDENT  Related education at the high school level—post-secondary training in
style menu, as well as for customers with food to provide maintenance support for our
allergies or intolerances. Ensure quality of food Drumheller Schools. agriculture is an asset
and determine size of food proportions. Inspect  Agricultural experience
and clean kitchen and food service areas. Adhere GHSD is looking for a responsible person who  Equipment operation experience
to policies and procedures in preparation, can work alone or in a team setting. This position
cooking and safe handling of food. Work with will be responsible for helping ensure schools are  Demonstrated ability to work effectively, independently and within a team
specialized cooking equipment (deep fryer, etc.) maintained in a proper working order. Ride-on lawn  Excellent interpersonal and networking skills
and work with minimal supervision. Organized mower experience is an asset but not required.  The ability to multi-task in a fast paced environment and tolerate
job task planning abilities, flexibility, reliability, Other duties and tasks will be required. Term of interruptions
initiative, significant use of memory, and paying employment will commence approximately May 23,
2017 or when a suitable candidate is found.  Good knowledge of all ASB procedures and the ability to follow them
attention to details is also required skills. Also,
must have the ability to work well with others in Term of employment can be negotiated.  Knowledge of the application of OHS regulations
a fast-paced environment while under pressure.  First Aid Course (or ability to obtain)
Please submit your application to the undersigned
Standing and/or walking for extended periods,  WHMIS (or ability to obtain)
some lifting. Must Speak, Read, Write on or before noon on April 21, 2017.
Please Note: The competition will remain open  Valid Class 5 Alberta Drivers Licence
fluent English
until a suitable candidate is found. Being mechanically inclined is an asset.
How to Apply with resume:
Only those applicants short-listed will be contacted.
with resume by email to
We thank all applicants who have applied for their To apply, or for a more detailed job description:
strathmorestationjobs@gmail.com or Human Resources, Wheatland County
interest in the Golden Hills School Division. Please
In Person to Peter Klironomos at
380 Ridge Road Strathmore AB T1P 1B5
reply to: RR1 Hwy 1
Human Resources Department Strathmore, Alberta T1P 1J6
between 13:00 and 17:00 Golden Hills School Division # 75
435 A Highway # 1, Strathmore, Alberta T1P 1J4 Fax (403) 934-4889
Phone: 403-934-5121 Email: hr@wheatlandcounty.ca
www. StrathmoreTimes.com Fax: 403 – 934-5124 or 934-5125
e-mail: humanresources@ghsd75.ca
No phone calls please.

Job Posting—Seasonal Labourers (2) Job Posting—Seasonal ASB Equipment/Spray Truck Driver
Closes April 14, 2017 at 4 p.m. Closes April 19, 2017 at 4 p.m. Posting P17-10

Wheatland County has two opportunities open for Seasonal Labourers. The ASB Equipment/Spray Truck Driver ensures that all tasks are completed in a
safe and timely manner. They are responsible for the day to day operations of
Reporting to their respective crew foreman, the Seasonal Labourer is responsible ASB equipment and its daily maintenance. Being self-motivated, capable of work-
for the care and maintenance of County owned and maintained facilities; grass ing independently, and interested in contributing to the improvement of pro-
mowing; weed trimming; garbage removal; operating light equipment; assisting grams and activities are important attributes to bring to this position.
with culvert installation; road repairs; and other similar tasks. The Seasonal ASB Equipment/Spray Truck Drivers are very important positions in the
Labourer must be physically fit; able to lift moderate weighing loads; and use department and the image they create and leave through the quality of their work
various hand tools. reflects on the entire ASB department and County.

The successful candidates should have: The successful candidate will have:
 Related education at the high school level—post-secondary training in
 Knowledge of reading a County map agriculture is an asset
 Basic knowledge of OHS regulations  Agricultural experience
 Equipment operation experience
 Up-to-date First Aid training
 Demonstrated ability to work effectively, independently and within a team
 Valid Class 5 Alberta Drivers Licence  Excellent interpersonal and networking skills
 The ability to multi-task in a fast paced environment and tolerate
In accordance with Wheatland County’s Personnel Policy, the successful candidate interruptions
will be required to submit to a Criminal Records Check, have a valid Class 5  Good knowledge of all ASB procedures and the ability to follow them
Alberta driver’s license, and must be legally entitled to work for any employer in
 Knowledge of the application of OHS regulations
Canada.
 First Aid Course (or ability to obtain)
 WHMIS (or ability to obtain)
We thank all applicants for their interest,. However, only those selected for an
 Valid Class 5 Alberta Drivers Licence
interview will be contacted.
Being mechanically inclined is an asset.
To apply, or for a more detailed job description:
Human Resources, Wheatland County To apply, or for a more detailed job description:
RR1 Hwy 1 Human Resources, Wheatland County
Strathmore, Alberta T1P 1J6 RR1 Hwy 1
Fax (403) 934-4889 Strathmore, Alberta T1P 1J6
Email: hr@wheatlandcounty.ca Fax (403) 934-4889
Email: hr@wheatlandcounty.ca
No phone calls please. No phone calls please.
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VIEWS $207,500!
Kaechele Kautz Kautz on this beautiful piece of
THIS 2 BEDROOM CONDO HAS Land!! 3.50 acres located
NEW FLOORING, PAINT, SOME NEW 403 403 403 approximately 10 minutes
APPLIANCES A MUST SEE,
JUST QUALITY PLUS!
934-1097 875-4166 875-1170 from Strathmore. Water and
MLS C4103405 MLS C4068215 septic approved by county.

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LET US
$219,900! BEAUTY - $399,900
TOTALLY RENOVATED HOME Kenworthy Larsen Custom built 2 story on large lot
STARTING WITH WINDOWS
403 403 3+1 bdrms, 3 ½ baths
HELP!
AND MORE!
Backs onto greenspace
PERFECT HOME FOR POSSIBLE 803-4605 901-9143 $50,000 worth of professional
EXTRA INCOME WITH SEPARATE
MLS C4096765 ENTRANCE! landscaping

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SPEARGRASS LOTS SPACIOUS AND UPGRADED

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Affordable, not cheap. Lovely - $339,000
STARTING AT $74,000! 2 bedroom condo. Central
location. Covered carport. · Beautiful 1923 sq.ft. bungalow
ALL WITH WALK OUTS, in Rockyford
Clean, well maintained.
BACKING TO GREENSPACE OR $144,900 ·3+2 bdrms, plus exercise room
GOLF COURSE CALL TODAY Call Ron Kaechele · 3 full baths
FOR AVAILABILITY! 403-934-1097 · In-floor heat and more!
MLS C4106883

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A LOT IN GLEICHEN
BUSINESS FOR SALE CALL SHAUNA ASPEN CREEK ON THE
KNOCKING $525,000 Gas, convenience, tire shop, propane, and CANAL - $589,000
Serviced, flat, with bottle depot license. U-haul depot. Huge Great family home backing
THIS AMAZING 5 ACRE HOME country view potential. Includes many accessories onto greenspace & canal
WITH HEATED SHOP AND A 14,900 ·3+2 bdrms, 3 ½ baths
BED AND BREAKFAST SET UP $399,900 ·Fully finished lower level
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MLS C4108383 IS A MUST SEE! 403-934-1097 Call Ron Kaechele 403-934-1097 · Oversized 24’x26’ garage

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PARK LIKE 4 level split with 4 bedrooms Flat, serviced on the east
IMMACULATE BUNGALOW
- $329,900
40 ACRES and 3 full baths
All levels are developed side of town. Ideal for · Immaculate bungalow
Home with over 4000sq ft Double garage, deck and residential homes. on quiet street
of living space maintenance free yard $16,000 each · 3 bdrms. 2 full baths
Passive solar heat $414,900
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· Spacious living room with
$795,000 Call Ron Kaechele vaulted ceilings
MLS C4082063 403-934-1097 403-934-1097 · Large kitchen plus 2 eating areas

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