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Helping those in need

Shannon LeCLair Times Reporter

A month-long initiative designed to help families in need with school sup- plies kicked off Aug. 1 in Strathmore. The seventh annual Kitz 4 Kidz cam- paign, held at Value Drug Mart, began as an initiative to help families in need with school supplies. “It was recognized that there were some kids at the start of the school year that didn’t have the supplies they need- ed to start the school year. We wanted to give them the tools they needed to do well in school,” said Gord Morck, manager of Value Drug Mart in Strath- more. Each year during the month of Au- gust, people can wander through dif- ferent Value Drug Mart locations gath- ering school supplies to donate, while shopping for their own back-to-school needs. There is a bin located next to the Kitz 4 Kidz sign, where people can leave their donations. There are also two different kits available which people can purchase for $5 that have an assortment of pre-selected items for those in a hurry or unsure what to pur- chase. “The idea was formed so that people could donate and it could be given to the schools anonymously,” said Morck. Parents can inform their child’s teach- er or principal they are in need of a kit,then the teacher will request the items from their school board. “It doesn’t identify the children who are in need and it allows them to ex- cel.” In previous years the campaign has done well with over 22,000 kits sold equaling over $110,000 in donations. “We’ve done really well in the past, been close to the top of the locations for collections of donations,” said Morck. One year, he said, there was even a computer donated. This year however, is sadly lacking in donations so far. The bin is near empty and there are concerns about having enough supplies donated to fill the need. Many people are on vacation, especially with September coming up fast, and Morck hopes more donations will come in be- fore the end of the month.

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Local photographer makes his mark

Shannon LeCLair Times Reporter

Many people have jobs they like but just aren’t doing what they would love to do. Most people would likely stay at their current job anyway instead of tak- ing a risk and a leap into something they love. Jeremy Goertz is one of the rare few who, once realizing he wasn’t in love with his work, decided to take the risk and it paid off. “A lot of it had to do with, I turned 30 this year and I mean I had a really great job with really great people but I didn’t love what I did and so I thought, you know what life is short, if there’s something you want to try, you may as well go for it,” said Goertz. Goertz was recently

picked as one of the top 37 photogra- phers picked out of 1,500 entries to be in Photolife magazine as the top new emerging photographers. The contest wasn’t about judging an individual photo; it was to showcase the vision and style of the photogra- pher. After images had been submit- ted and reviewed, each photographer’s other work was reviewed. “These up-and-coming Canadian photographers expose the simple won-

ders of daily life, capture images found in their imaginations, mix ordinary ob- jects with the extraordinary and pique our interest with intriguing subjects, compositions and colours. Demonstrat- ing a fearless and no-taboo approach to photography, the 2010 emerging photographers re- mind us of the im- portance of a true, uncompromised photographic vi- sion,” said Photo- life magazine on August 3. Goertz’s wife

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Photolife picked this photo out of the three Goertz submitted to print in the magazine.

Goertz prefers doing creative portraitures and working with people.

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Jeremy Goertz is living the dream after he quit his job and started investing his time in photography. Recently Goertz was one of 37 photographers picked to be featured in Photolife magazine.

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dio lights etcetera,” said Goertz. “I’ve read my camera manual prob- ably 20 times cover to cover and it sounds stupid but if I am having any issues it’s nice to know exactly what to do.” He had submitted three images to the magazine in April. One day, about two months before the magazine was printed, he received an email saying he was in the final and they needed the full size file. “I thought it was spam at first. I called saying I think I have a prank email and

they said no (it’s not a prank),” said Go- ertz. His favourite photo subjects are people and he prefers doing creative portraitures, kind of like fashion with

a theme. “My idea is I’ll go out and shoot for like three hours and if I can get one good picture out of 1,000 I’m happy.” Goertz shoots with a Canon EOS 5DMK2 and is always checking light- ing. He found the best way to learn is just to shoot, shoot and shoot some more. “I guess my ultimate goal is to earn a living and support my family while do- ing something I love. That’s the whole goal. I’m not looking to get rich and

famous. If I can pay the bills and live

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I’m doing, I don’t think you could paint

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risdiction of Wheatland County in 1998. Saturday will start with a pancake breakfast at 8 a.m. At 9 a.m. the official reopening of the campground will be taking place and both M.P Kevin So- rensen and MLA Arno Doerkson will be attending. The parade starts at 10 a.m. and peo- ple can expect it to be as good as, if not better than, in the past. “We’re hoping to have 75 (entries) or

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an organizer of the parade. This will be the second year for the bed derby. Last year there were four en- tries and Booth said they are at six so far this year. “Years ago, for fun, people used to make up a bed and get somebody into the bed and four people would push it and they would race to see who could get to the finish line first,” said Booth.

“It was one of the things they used to do in Gleichen years ago, so we brought it back to put some fun back into people’s lives.” The beds aren’t being judged on time or distance. There are five people per bed. One person lies in the bed dressed up in old-fashioned garb, or whatever they would like, and there are two peo- ple at the back of the bed and two peo- ple at the front of it. Participants will have to maneuver around pylons or other items instead of going straight down the street and each team will be collecting a poker hand. At the end a judge will figure out who has the best poker hand. Gordon Stewart, president of the Glei- chen Agricultural Society, brought in jousting this year, which takes place at 1:30 p.m. The Fall Fair has another added treat this year to help commemorate its 100th year as a town. “We’re doing heavy horse pulls, that’s as close as we can get to our old history,” said Lindman. The heavy horse pulls take place at 3:30 p.m. The horses, draft

horses, will be pulling two logs with planks nailed across and some weight on them. “This use to be a real big event many years ago, these type of horses used to pull around machinery,” said Lindman. The car show will have the usual an- tique cars, new cars and motorbikes. It will also have antique farm tractors brought in and there will be a hubcap tossing contest. The people instead of judges decide the winners of most of the events. People are given a sheet to mark what they think of cars in different cat- egories, they also make comments about the bed derby and other events taking place. “That’s what we’re looking at is getting the people involved to say what they like, because that’s what makes the fair,” said Booth. The Ag grounds is where most of the activity will be, though the rodeo, which starts at 6 p.m. both Fri- day and Saturday night, will be held at the Wilsons grounds just outside of Glei- chen. For anyone who still has energy left at the end of the day, there will be a dance at 9 p.m.

Canadian Idol contestant starting new band

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Amber Dawn Fleury entertained pa- trons at the Co-op pancake breakfast during Heritage Days on July 30. This was not the first time Fleury has per- formed before a crowd, though this one was smaller than one of her pre- vious gigs. Fleury was a contestant on Canadian Idol in 2005, during season three.

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“I mainly tried out just to get a pro- fessional opinion on my voice. I never thought I would make the top 10,” said Fleury. She made it to eighth place before she was eliminated from the show. Currently Fleury works as a paralegal in Calgary, but she hasn’t given up her musical dream even though she did take a small hiatus. When she was 13-years-old Fleury took part in a country music competition in Edmon- ton. She won the competition and the prize was to record a CD and a music video.

Fleury was 26 when she was on Canadian Idol and said it was a great ex- perience. “It’s just a re- ally great ex- perience for singers who are trying to expand their musical knowl- edge and just build their k n o w l e d g e when it comes to the indus- try itself,” said Fleury. She made a lot of contacts by being on the show and making it so far into the season. About a year after season

three ended Fleury, Ashley Leitao and Casey LeB- lanc, who were also on the show, were approached by the piano player on the show. The piano player was a producer and has his own studio and thought the girls would work as a trio. In 2006 all three girls moved to Ontario to re- cord and promote their CD. “Unfortunately about a year after that the group disbanded just due to personal reasons. Since then we’ve just kind of gone our separate ways,” said Fleury.

Fleury wrote a few songs with one former band mate and when she met a member of her back up band, Pistol Noon, for the pancake breakfast, they began writing songs together. “We’re planning to take these songs into the studio probably in September, just to make a really good demo and then hopefully shop the songs and see what kind of feedback we can gener- ate,” said Fleury. “It’s a tough industry to crack into and it helps if you have money behind

you as well, which I don’t. Any little bit that we want to

do we have to save up for it and that makes it kind of hard.” Fluery is working on put- ting a full time band together. She said she has the play- ers and now it’s just a mat- ter of getting together and figuring things out. While she has always had a country background Fluery has no- ticed she’s be- gun gearing towards classic rock, and said Sheryl Crow is one artist she admires. Suzi Rawn

was one of Fleury’s closest friends on the show. Rawn made it to the top four before be- ing cut, and Fleury said they still keep in touch occasionally. Canadian Idol has been cancelled for

the past two years due to the economy, but even if it were to come back Fleu- ry won’t take part again. She doesn’t think after making it to the top 10 she would be able to. Anyone who has missed hearing her voice will have to wait until her CD is released or catch her at her next gig.

wait until her CD is released or catch her at her next gig. Amber Dawn Fleury

Amber Dawn Fleury was a contestant during sea- son three of Canadian idol. more recently Fleury performed at the Co-op pancake breakfast on July 30. Fleury and a friend have been writing some new songs, and hope to take them into a studio in mid to late September.

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Strathmore Area United Way participated in the Heritage Day Parade on July 31. Step One Housing and Healthy Families helped prepare and took part in the festivities. Strathmore Area United Way will be running a fundraising campaign in October to raise funds in order to further support the community. One hundred per cent of funds raised will be re-invested in the community. If you are an employer and would like to run a workplace fundraising campaign, please contact (403) 934-5335. If you would like to donate you can pick up your pledge form from the WFCSS offices or call (403) 934-5335.

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Bypass will significantly affect the town

Shannon LeCLair Times Reporter

It seems as though someone is always talking about the realignment lately and about how it has affected other towns. One thing no one has heard is exactly how Vegreville and other towns have been affected. Paul Ventura is the own- er of Canadian Tire and his first store as a Canadian Tire dealer was the Veg- reville location in 2000. Vegreville has a highway bypass, which was implement- ed years ago. “It was not as far away from Highway 16 as the proposed bypass for Strath- more but it still had a significant effect on the town,” said Ventura. Ventura was in Vegreville for a year and a half, he has talked to a lot of people and when they did the bypass it killed the town. “Basically it prevented businesses from growing and expanding including the Canadian Tire there,” said Ventura. “I do know that the bypass in Veg- reville significantly hurt the town and significantly hurt a lot of the businesses including gas stations, restaurants, that sort of thing.” In Lloydminster there was an over- pass implemented instead of a bypass.

Both towns have roughly the same size Canadian Tire store. “I found it very interesting that Lloyd- minster is doing much better than Veg- reville and that has a lot to do with the bypass,” said Ventura. Ventura said about 25 to 30 per cent of his business is from people driv- ing by and stopping into the store. He employs between 60 to 75 people and wants to continue growing business here, but said the bypass will hurt the town big time. “Yes, they say it’s 10 to 15 years out, but as a business owner, and looking at all the other businesses in town, you’re not going to invest in other businesses coming into town when they see a by- pass on the horizon,” said Ventura. In an August 13 interview the Minister of Transportation Luke Ouellette said his office was now looking at keeping the bypass close to the town so people would be able to see the highway busi- nesses. “Visible and convenient are two dif- ferent things. I don’t think it’d be a big issue as long as people can still get here conveniently,” said Ventura. Ventura would like to see an over- pass put into place if anything has to be done. The option of an overpass was

presented to Ouellette who said, “We could divide the town in half, make it free flow through town with a couple of overpasses over it. Then there would be two service roads, with an overpass at each end, and then nobody would have to come to the town anyway,” in an in- terview on July 23. Ventura said Lloydminster is thriving because an overpass was put in and people can see all of the businesses and it is convenient for them to stop. Because Vegreville was bypassed, it is semi inconvenient for people to stop, and there is only a sign for the town, people are not able to actually see any of the businesses from the highway. According to Ventura, Vegreville could have been a thriving community in Alberta but taking the highway going through it, killed the town. “I see the ill effects of that by looking at two businesses, in my case two Cana- dian Tire businesses, where one is thriv- ing and one is struggling because of the fact there is no traffic,” said Ventura. As any business owner knows, traffic is what keeps a business going whether it’s vehicular or foot traffic. “I’m very passionate about this be- cause I’ve seen first hand what it did to Vegreville,” said Ventura.

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In the ‘Looking for the best candidates’ article in the Aug. 13 issue of the Strathmore Times, Barry Munchrath should have been introduced as an organizer of the group seeking out new candidates. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. If you would like to join the group to help find strong elected town officials, please e-mail Munchrath at changeforstrathmore@shaw.ca.

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and flour. Mix gently and spread evenly again. Bake for 10 minutes.
Meanwhile combine all dry ingredients for cobbler crust in a bowl.
Cut in the butter with a pastry cutter or your fingers, to make the texture
Remove fruit from oven and drop rounded spoonfuls of dough on top.
Sprinkle with last tablespoon of brown sugar and return to oven.
Bake until fruit is bubbly and crust topping is golden brown,
about 20 minutes. Serve warm with whipped cream.
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August 20, 2010 • Strathmore TIMeS • Page 7 Making wishes coMe true The Harleys and

Making wishes coMe true

The Harleys and Hotrods Charity Poker Run raised $13,500 this year for the Children’s Wish Foundation. Doug Klem- mensen, left, and Caroline Mongrain, right, presented the cheque to Megan Innes, middle, at the Children’s Wish office in Calgary. The money raised will go towards putting a smile on a child’s face.

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government of canada to crack Down on human smuggling operations

Public Safety Minister Preparing Preventative Measures for Future

Kevin SorenSon office

Member of Parliament Kevin Sorenson is pleased that Pub- lic Safety Minister Vic Toews is preparing measures to crack down on human smuggling operations and prevent further abuses of Canada’s generosity towards refugees. Sorenson says, “I agree with the high level of concern and outrage expressed by my con- stituents over the recent landing of the foreign vessel MV Sun Sea with 490 refugee claimants on Canada’s west coast. Clearly, the intent is to take advantage

of our compassionate treatment of refugees. I agree with calls for our government to follow through on our commitment to prevent these incidents from re- peating in the future.” Canadian security and pub- lic health officials are provid- ing updates on the processing under Canadian law of those who were found aboard the ship which is suspected to be part of a large human smug- gling operation. The passengers were found to be in better than expected condition after hav- ing had access to food, water and elaborate sanitation facili-

ties during the three month op- eration. Passengers are being processed by Canada Border Services Agency officials under Canadian law. “As we deal with this current situation under Canadian law, Minister Toews has his Depart- mental officials examining all available options to strengthen our laws in order to address this unacceptable abuse of interna- tional law and Canadian gener- osity. Human smuggling is a de- spicable crime and any attempts to abuse Canada’s generosity for financial gain are utterly unac- ceptable,” Sorenson concludes.

RCMP Briefsgain are utterly unac- ceptable,” Sorenson concludes. A. Here is a monthly review of Crime Statistics

A. Here is a monthly review of Crime Statistics for the Gleichen/ Siksika area 1. Person crimes, which in- clude assaults, sex assaults, utter threats, and robbery etc., From July 1, 2010 to July 31, 2010 there were 58 person related crimes re- ported. 2. Property Crimes including thefts, vandalism, theft of mo- tor vehicles, possession of stolen property, and break and enters etc. July 1, 2010 to July 31, 2010 there were 92 reported property related crimes reported. 3. Criminal code traffic offences, which include impaired driving, dangerous driving, and drive while prohibited. From July 1, 2010 to

July 31, 2010 there were 13 report- ed Criminal Code traffic offences reported to police. 4. There were 41 reported pro- vincial liquor offences in the month of July. 5. Crime prevention and other assistance provided to the gen- eral public. These activities include abandoned vehicles, suspicious persons, animal calls, etc. In the month of July, 2010 there were 77 calls of this nature. B. In the last few months Glei- chen detachment had experienced some significant staff changes with summer transfer season. Two more members are scheduled to transfer out in the next few months both will be missed. As well we welcome

back Staff Sargent GOLLAN who has returned from a long overseas mission. C. Once again the Gleichen RCMP detachment fielded a team for the Gleichen Canada Day soft- ball tournament. The event this year was successful with good weather, plenty of food, and some friendly but competitive softball matches. D. Once again we are approach- ing the Pow Wow season which is a very busy time of year for the de- tachment and Siksika Nation. Glei- chen RCMP and the organizers of the Pow Wow have been working together to make plans for security including scheduling detachment membership to maximize coverage during this large and busy event.

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Aspen Crossing Theatre will be holding auditions for its 2010-2011 Dinner Theatre season on August 29 from 2-5 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Those wishing to audition may come to one of the two audition times and should bring a resume and photo, as well as have prepared one monologue. The audition will include some scene-work, improvisa- tion skills are essential and accents are an asset. The cast- ing will be for six shows during the season, so a variety of actors will be needed. Shows are evenings and weekends, but there is one weekday matinee show during the Christ- mas season, requiring older actors, both male and female who will be available during the afternoon. All shows will be performed at Aspen Crossing in Moss- leigh. Questions can be directed to Gail Whiteford at Gail- whiteford@gmail.com.

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Classes begin September 1, 2010 Golden Hills School Division #75 435A Highway #1, Strathmore, Alberta
Classes begin September 1, 2010
Golden Hills School Division #75
435A Highway #1, Strathmore, Alberta T1P 1J4
Phone 934-5121 Fax 934-5125 • 1-800-320-3739
www.ghsd75.com
BoArD oF TruSTeeS
Mr. ron Kenworthy - chair (Ward #4)
Mrs. Joyce Bazant (Ward #6)
Mrs. Shirley Buyer (Ward #3)
Ms. Karen Harries (Ward #4)
Mr. Barry Kletke (Ward #1)
Mr. Larry Maerz (Ward #2)
Mrs. Barbara rangen (Ward #6)
Mr. Bob McKay (Ward #7)
SuPerinTenDenT’S oFFice
Superintendent of Schools - Dianne McBeth
Associate Superintendent - ed Holt
Associate Superintendent - Dr. Kandace Jordan
Secretary Treasurer - Tahra Sabir
Transportation Supervisor - Direct inquiries
to Ken Maclean at 1-877- 442-4340
Division Principal & Technology Services
- Bevan Daverne
Vision Inspiring confident, connected, caring citizens of the world
Mission Engaging all learners in achieving their highest levels of academic and
personal competence within a caring, innovative environment
school
Acme School
Brentwood elementary School
carbon School
carseland elementary School
central Bow Valley School
crowther Memorial Junior High
Dr. elliott School
Drumheller composite School
Greentree elementary School
Hussar School
Prairie christian Academy
PrinciPal
Phone no.
Gary Semotiuk
403-546-3845
Laurie Huntley
403-934-5013
Shirley elliott
403-572-3401
Jeff Grimsdale
403-934-4161
ellen McLane
403-734-3969
ivan Wright
403-934-4646
Shawn campbell
403-546-3863
curtis LaPierre
403-823-5171
chris connell
403-823-5244
Karen Smith
403-787-3781
randy Wood
403-443-4210 (elementary)
403-443-4220 (Jr./Sr.)
rockyford School
Standard School
Strathmore High School
Three Hills School
Trinity Lutheran christian Academy
Trochu Valley School
Westmount elementary School
Wheatland elementary School
Strathmore Storefront School
Drumheller outreach School
Trochu Valley outreach Program
Sequoia outreach School
Golden Hills Learning Academy
Hutterite education
Karen Smith
403-533-3802
Karen Smith
403-644-3791
Gary reagan
403-934-3135
Lloyd Boody
403-443-5335
Harold Warr
403-361-9631
Deb Barkman
403-442-3872
Wayne Funk
403-934-3041
Kevin Lane
403-934-3318
roger nelson
403-934-9479
curtis LaPierre
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Shirley elliott
403-442-2023
Denise Peterson
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Bevan Daverne
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Bevan Daverne
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Hutterite Schools: Britestone, crawling Valley, Glenrose, Green Acres,
Hines, Huxley, Mountainview, new Springvale, Poplar row,
rising Sun, rosebud creek, rosebud river, Sayre,
Three Hills, Towers, Twin creeks,
Valleyview, Wintering Hills
School System Calendar
2010
2011
August 30, 31
Professional Development &
School organizing Days
First Day of School for Students
Labour Day Weekend
School closure
Professional Development Day
Thanksgiving Holiday
School closure
remembrance Day
School closure (in Lieu of Parent/
Teacher interviews)
School closure
christmas Break
January 31
(Semester Break)
February 11
February 21
February 24, 25
March 18
March 21
Professional Development Day
September 1
September 6
September 24
october 8
october 11
october 29
november 11
School closure
Family Day Holiday
Teachers’ convention
School closure
Day in Lieu of Parent/
Teacher interviews
Spring Break
november 12
november 26
December 20 -
January 2, 2011
(inclusive)
April 22 – May 1
(inclusive)
May 6
May 20
May 23
June 10
June 29
June 30
Professional Development Day
School closure
Victoria Day Holiday
School closure
Last Day of School
Professional Development &
School closing Day
Schools provide students and parents with site dates for examinations, interviews and special events.
Golden Hills looks forward to engaging all learners for an
enjoyable and productive school year.
Dianne McBeth - Superintendent of Schools
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Be Smart: Stay School-Bus Safe

School buses are essential modes of transportation, taking thousands of stu- dents to and from school every day. While school bus accidents are rare, rid- ers should still practice safety aboard and around the bus. In the early days of education, stu- dents were educated in local schools within walking distance. If they needed to travel, it was by horse-drawn wag- on. As the nation’s roadways began to evolve, so did the methods of getting children to school. Eventually school buses became the norm. In addition to safety procedures re-

garding ridership, school buses are built with certain standards in mind. Mirrors, lights, braking systems and the like are regulated to provide the utmost safety to passengers. While catastrophic acci- dents involving school buses are very rare, buses are built to handle much more than the occasional run-ins with passenger cars and light trucks. Maintaining school bus safety is a team effort. Students need to do their part while riding the bus. Here are the safety precautions that should be fol- lowed.

* Walk to the bus stop, don’t run.

* Always use caution when crossing

roadways.

* Walk on the sidewalk whenever pos-

sible. If no sidewalk is present, walk in

the opposite direction of traffic to be aware of on-coming traffic.

* Don’t fool around at the bus stop.

Accidents can happen when individu-

als are unaware of their surroundings or distracted.

* Stand at the bus stop in a safe loca- tion. Do not enter the street.

* Arrive at the bus stop early so there

is no need to rush and be distracted.

* Wait for the school bus to come to

a complete stop and for other traffic to halt before approaching the bus.

* Promptly take a seat, and remain

seated throughout the entire ride.

* Do not distract the bus driver with loud yelling, music, etc.

* Don’t throw anything around the

bus.

* Keep the aisle clear to avoid tripping hazards.

* Follow the driver’s instructions in the event of an emergency.

* Remain seated until the bus has

stopped at a particular drop-off location.

* When exiting the bus, take three

steps away from the bus so that visibil- ity of the driver is improved.

* Watch for traffic when crossing the

street. Always cross in front of the bus.

* If something is forgotten on the bus,

don’t try to run back and retrieve it. The

driver may not expect a student to be returning to the bus.

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August 20, 2010 • Strathmore TimeS • Page 9 Cyber Safety for Kids of All Ages
August 20, 2010 • Strathmore TimeS • Page 9 Cyber Safety for Kids of All Ages

Cyber Safety for Kids of All Ages

With the first decade of the 21st century now a

thing of the past, historians can look back on the last 10 years and begin reflect- ing on the decade’s most memorable moments. Historians can also begin looking at what changed in the last 10 years, and which trends made the biggest im- pact. Perhaps nothing made

a greater impact than the

Internet. Though prevalent

at the end of the 20th cen-

tury, the Internet became even more so during the first decade of the 21st cen- tury, changing nearly every facet of society along the way. While the Internet made things easier in many ways, it’s made things more dif- ficult in more subtle ways as well. Take, for example, kids and the Internet. While computers were once a place for kids to play games and write papers for school,

nowadays the household computer is a means to reaching a whole new world, one that isn’t always so safe for kids. That real- ity highlights the impor- tance parents must place on safeguarding their kids

from the ills of the Internet. Fortunately, there are sev- eral steps parents can take

to keep kids of all ages safe

from whatever or whoever might be lurking online.

* Establish a list of Web

sites that are on and off limits. Parents must talk to kids about the nature of the Internet, and how some Web sites are geared toward adults and some are more kid-friendly. When having this discussion, ask kids why they might go on- line, and from there parents

and children can begin to establish a list of Web sites that are acceptable, and those that are off limits. Parents can even safeguard access to Web sites outside the realm of what they’ve deemed acceptable by es- tablishing passwords to get on certain sites.

* Don’t share passwords

and change them regularly. Nowadays, more and more

sites require passwords to gain full access. E-mail ac- counts, social networking sites, online banking, and

even online retailers require a password. Kids and adults alike should always keep these passwords secret and change them regularly. Do not use the same password for every Web site. If any- thing seems out of the ordi-

nary or if you feel security might have been breached,

immediately contact the Web site and change the password.

* Do not share personal

information. Today’s kids are growing up in an en- vironment that’s seemingly less private than ever be- fore. Social networking Web sites have made it common- place to share information easily and without much discretion. However, this has the potential to be very dangerous for younger and older kids alike. Younger

kids could be unknow- ingly making themselves accessible to online preda- tors, while older kids, even those in college, should be made aware that prospec- tive employers have begun to visit social networking sites to research an ap- plicant’s background. The more that’s shared online,

the less privacy a user has.

So it’s best to exercise dis- cretion whenever sharing

information online.

* Do not arrange to meet

anyone you have met on- line. Though older kids might feel they have enough wits about them to avoid falling victim to an online predator, it’s precisely that attitude of invincibility that

online predators count on. Younger and older kids should never meet an on- line acquaintance without first discussing it with their parents. Simply because someone says they’re some- thing online doesn’t mean they are, and many a hor- ror story has resulted from online predators taking advantage of trusting kids,

young and old, and even adults.

* Beware of online virus-

es. Online safety does not just involve protecting oneself from physical harm but also financial harm. Online viruses can destroy even the most expensive computers, so it’s important for com- puter users to exercise careful control when visiting Web sites. Oftentimes, a virus will surface through a pop-up window or spam e-mail, so it’s best for adults and kids alike to avoid clicking on any pop-up windows or opening any e-mails from mailers they don’t recognize.

Even toddlers know how to go online, a fact that only highlights the importance parents must

place on cyber safety.

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403-934-1097
Mls c3404923
call ron
affordaBle Condo
$163,900
Beautiful two bedroom
condo. Five appliances,
fireplace, balconey.
Two parking stalls
Call Ron Kaechele
Mls c3407637
403-934-1097
call ron 13 BeaUTifUl aCreS Extensively renovated home Red barn, steel quonset, 2 wells. Great
call ron
13 BeaUTifUl
aCreS
Extensively renovated home
Red barn, steel quonset,
2 wells. Great horse setup @
riding arena. $414,900
Call Ron Kaechele
Mls c3435972
403-934-1097
call ron 27 aCreS Raw land ready to develop into country acreage. Paved access Gas
call ron
27 aCreS
Raw land ready to develop
into country acreage.
Paved access
Gas revenue
Good building sites
Cal Ron Kaechele
Mls c3436129
403-934-1097

BUying or Selling Call US firST

call nonie $159,900 RENTING?? WHY?? 2 BEDROOMS LARGE LIVING RM FRONTS ONTO PARK
call nonie
$159,900
RENTING??
WHY??
2 BEDROOMS
LARGE LIVING RM
FRONTS ONTO PARK
feature property - call nonie $377,900 A DEFINITE MUST SEE FULLY DEVELOPED OPEN DESIGN- 4
feature property - call nonie
$377,900
A DEFINITE MUST SEE
FULLY
DEVELOPED
OPEN DESIGN- 4 BEDROOMS- DEN- MEDIA RM
FAMILY RM- EXERCISE RM- HARDWOOD FLOORS
IMMACULATE - PICTURE PERFECT
call nonie $324,900 3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHROOMS LARGE FRONT FOYER MAPLE KITCHEN WITH ISLAND -
call nonie
$324,900
3
BEDROOMS
2
BATHROOMS
LARGE FRONT FOYER
MAPLE KITCHEN WITH
ISLAND - VAULTED CEILINGS
2 YRS NEW
feature property - call nonie $287,900 VAULTED CEILINGS- OPEN DESIGN DOUBLE GARAGE 3 LARGE BEDROOMS-
feature property - call nonie
$287,900
VAULTED CEILINGS- OPEN DESIGN
DOUBLE GARAGE
3 LARGE BEDROOMS- 2 BATHROOMS
UPGRADED FINISH
FENCED- LANDSCAPED- IMMACULATE
call nonie $249,900 ADULT LIVING - MAIN FLOOR- 2 BEDROOMS 2 BATHROOMS KITCHEN WITH EATING
call nonie
$249,900
ADULT LIVING - MAIN
FLOOR- 2 BEDROOMS
2 BATHROOMS
KITCHEN WITH EATING
BAR- DEN- LARGE LIVING
RM WITH FIREPLACE
PARKING
call nonie $720,000 5 ACRES-1875 SQ FT HOME-ORIGINAL OWNERS - 40'X60' HEATED SHOP WITH PLUMBING-
call nonie
$720,000
5 ACRES-1875 SQ FT HOME-ORIGINAL
OWNERS - 40'X60' HEATED SHOP WITH
PLUMBING- 14'DOOR
CROSS FENCED - MINUTES FROM TOWN
call nonie $449,900 OVER 2600 SQ FT OF LUXURY GRANITE/HARDWOOD/ TILE STAINLESS APPLIANCES 4 BEDROOMS-
call nonie
$449,900
OVER 2600 SQ FT OF LUXURY
GRANITE/HARDWOOD/ TILE
STAINLESS APPLIANCES
4
BEDROOMS- MEDIA RM
3 BATHROOMS
CUSTOM BUILT- CUSTOM
DESIGNED
call nonie $282,000 BACKING ONTO GOLF COURSE - 2 BEDROOM- 2 BATHROOM - LARGE LIVING
call nonie
$282,000
BACKING ONTO GOLF
COURSE - 2 BEDROOM- 2
BATHROOM - LARGE LIVING
RM DINING AREA - KITCHEN
WITH GOLF COURSE VIEW
FULL WALKOUT BASEMENT
VAULTS/ SOFT CORNER
call nonie $324,900 LOCATED IN A SMALL QUIET CUL DE SAC - FULLY FINISHED 4
call nonie
$324,900
LOCATED IN A SMALL QUIET
CUL DE SAC - FULLY
FINISHED 4 BEDROOM HOME
FAMILY RM WITH FIREPLACE
GAMES RM - HARDWOOD
FLOORS- GRANITE
HEATED GARAGE
call nonie $359,900 WOW!! BACKING ONTO PARK 5 BEDROOMS- MAIN FLOOR FAMILY RM - OPEN
call nonie
$359,900
WOW!! BACKING ONTO PARK
5
BEDROOMS- MAIN FLOOR
FAMILY RM - OPEN KITCHEN
WITH EATING BAR- 2
FIREPLACES - 4 BATHROOMS-
HARDWOOD FLOORS- MAIN
FLOOR LAUNDRY
call nonie $239,900 DOUBLE ATTACHED GARAGE WALKOUT BASEMENT 3 BEDROOMS- OPEN KITCHEN WITH ISLAND VAULTED
call nonie
$239,900
DOUBLE ATTACHED GARAGE
WALKOUT BASEMENT
3 BEDROOMS- OPEN KITCHEN
WITH ISLAND
VAULTED CEILINGS - SKYLIGHT
3 BATHROOMS
FAMILY RM
CLOSE
TO
SCHOOLS & PARKS
call nonie $269,900 DYNAMIC OPEN DESIGN CATHEDRAL CEILINGS SUN ROOM -OPEN BRIGHT LIVING RM WITH
call nonie
$269,900
DYNAMIC OPEN DESIGN
CATHEDRAL CEILINGS
SUN ROOM -OPEN BRIGHT
LIVING RM WITH FIREPLACE
DEN - 2 BATHROOMS
FAMILY RM
WELL TREED LOT
call sheila wow whaT a hUge loT BaCKing onTo BowneSS parK call robert & taMara
call sheila
wow whaT a hUge
loT BaCKing onTo
BowneSS parK
call robert & taMara
$184,900
greaT loCaTion
Many upgrades
. Buy this 100x200ft lot
with older home
have been completed
• 3 bedrooms plus
.
Gorgeous View
a family room
.
Has potential for
• Fully landscaped lots of trees
subdivision
. $750,000
Oversized single
Mls c3423155
Mls c3436680
detached garage
call sheila
CUSTom BUilT raiSed
BUngalow $434,900!
call robert & taMara
greaT home
$267,000
Fully finished Totally upgrades
with hardwood, granite, and
more. 3+2 bedrooms,
3 full baths in floor heat,
high efficiency heating!
Landscaped and fenced with
view of country side!
Awesome family home!
3+2 Bedrooms
Fully Developed
+ Garage
Fresh Paint and
New Carpets
Mls c3427826
Mls c3440756
Mls c3440756

call robert & taMara

loCaTion, loCaTion, loCaTion!

• 5.91 acres with mountain views • Minutes to Chestemere

• Gentle slope accomodates walkout

• Services in and ready to hook up

call robert & taMara parK SeTTing $369,900 • Fully Developed 3+2 Bedrooms • Vaulted Ceilings
call robert & taMara
parK SeTTing
$369,900
• Fully Developed 3+2
Bedrooms
• Vaulted Ceilings and Loads
of Windows
• Covered Verandah
enjoy your PARK!
Mls c3432875
call nonie $159,900 3 BEDROOM HOME WITH FIREPLACE OVERSIZED DOUBLE DETACHED GARAGE 5 WELL TREED
call nonie
$159,900
3 BEDROOM HOME
WITH FIREPLACE
OVERSIZED DOUBLE
DETACHED GARAGE
5
WELL TREED
LOTS
call nonie $229,900 ADULT LIVING MAIN FLOOR 2 BEDROOM- 2 BATHROOM OPEN KITCHEN \ LARGE
call nonie
$229,900
ADULT LIVING
MAIN FLOOR
2 BEDROOM- 2 BATHROOM
OPEN KITCHEN \
LARGE LIVING RM
WITH FIREPLACE
TITLED PARKING
call nonie $239,900 BE THE FIRST OWNERS INCREDIBLE DESIGN OPEN - FULL WALKOUT FULLY DEVELOPED
call nonie
$239,900
BE THE FIRST OWNERS
INCREDIBLE DESIGN
OPEN - FULL WALKOUT
FULLY DEVELOPED DOWN- 3
BEDROOMS- 3 BATHROOMS
MAPLE KITCHEN- UPGRADED
FLOOR- FIREPLACE
call nonie $323,300 WON'T LAST 4 BEDROOM- 3 BATHROOMS MAIN FLOOR FAMILY RM FIREPLACE KITCHEN
call nonie
$323,300
WON'T
LAST
4 BEDROOM- 3 BATHROOMS
MAIN FLOOR FAMILY RM
FIREPLACE
KITCHEN WITH PANTRY
& ISLAND
VAULTS - UPGRADES

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August 20, 2010 • Strathmore TimeS • Page 11

Robert Keith Desjardins Garrioch 403-934-5533 403-333-8411
Robert
Keith
Desjardins
Garrioch
403-934-5533
403-333-8411
Nonie Ron Hall Kaechele 403-934-3382 403-934-1097
Nonie
Ron
Hall
Kaechele
403-934-3382
403-934-1097
La Shaun Andrews 403-850-4593
La Shaun
Andrews
403-850-4593
Shauna Kenworthy 403-934-5533
Shauna
Kenworthy
403-934-5533
Sheila Nicole Tamara Steve Bassen Cordes Desjardins Grajczyk 403-361-0390 403-901-5855 403-934-5533 403-934-5533
Sheila
Nicole
Tamara
Steve
Bassen
Cordes
Desjardins
Grajczyk
403-361-0390
403-901-5855
403-934-5533
403-934-5533
Tracy Larsen 403-934-5533
Tracy
Larsen
403-934-5533
Lorna Phibbs
Lorna
Phibbs
403-874-7660
403-874-7660
Lance Wheeler 403-660-7213
Lance
Wheeler
403-660-7213
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AZTEC IS GIVING IT BACK!

A portion of the proceeds earned from each transaction by Aztec and our team of professionals will be donated to local charities. A local Real Estate Company giving back to

the community

that has supported us throughout the years.

to the community that has supported us throughout the years. call tracy handyman special 4 Bdrms
call tracy handyman special 4 Bdrms Wood Burning Fireplace New Solar Windows Newer Furnace Oversized
call tracy
handyman
special
4 Bdrms
Wood
Burning Fireplace
New Solar Windows
Newer Furnace
Oversized Dbl
Garagew/220wiring
feature property - call tracy character home With class 1270 square foot 2 storey located
feature property - call tracy
character home With class
1270 square foot 2 storey located in a quiet
community on a quiet street. New windows
new siding and new flooring plus an oversized
heated 2 car garage! $219,000

Buying or selling call us first

feature property - call shauna country charm $379,900 3 acres south of Eagle Lake Immaculate
feature property - call shauna
country charm $379,900
3 acres south of Eagle Lake
Immaculate bungalow
3+1 bdrms, 1 1/2 baths
Fenced & cross fenced for horses
call shauna ranch estates $89,900 Gated adult living community. 3 bdrms, 2 full baths. Open
call shauna
ranch estates
$89,900
Gated adult living
community. 3 bdrms,
2 full baths.
Open concept.
Large deck to
relax on.
call shauna ranch estates luxury living $189,900 Gorgeous 1739 sq ft of upgraded living. 3
call shauna
ranch estates
luxury living
$189,900
Gorgeous 1739 sq ft of
upgraded living.
3 bedrooms, 2 full baths.
24'x10' covered deck
Single detached garage.
call shauna country charm - $379,900 3 acres south of Eagle Lake Immaculate bungalow 3+1
call shauna
country charm
- $379,900
3 acres south
of Eagle Lake
Immaculate bungalow
3+1 bdrms, 1 1/2 baths
Fenced & cross fenced
for horses
call shauna gardener's paradise in rocKyford $179,900 Upgraded home across from park 2+2 bdrms, 2
call shauna
gardener's paradise
in rocKyford
$179,900
Upgraded home across
from park
2+2 bdrms, 2 full baths
Original hardwood floors
Single detached garage
call shauna custom Built WalKout - $429,900 Immaculate 1420 sq.ft. walkout bungalow 2+2 bdrms, 3
call shauna
custom Built
WalKout - $429,900
Immaculate 1420 sq.ft.
walkout bungalow
2+2 bdrms, 3 full baths
Fully finished
Infloor heat &
underground sprinklers
feature property - call shauna room for everyone in glenWood $299,900 1573 sq.ft, fully finished
feature property - call shauna
room for everyone in glenWood
$299,900
1573 sq.ft, fully finished bungalow
6 bedroms, 2 full baths
Gorgeous main floor family room
75'x110' beautifully treed lot
call shauna upgraded condo $195,000 3 bdrms, 1 1/2 baths Granite countertops, glass tile backsplash
call shauna
upgraded condo
$195,000
3 bdrms, 1 1/2 baths
Granite countertops,
glass tile backsplash
New flooring & plumbing fixtures
Located across from park
call shauna 20 acres near strathmore $289,900 Hard to find 20 acres of raw land
call shauna
20 acres near
strathmore $289,900
Hard to find 20 acres
of raw land
Less than 10 minutes
South of Strathmore
Irrigatation access
Perfect building site
call shauna Beautiful lyalta acreage $575,000 Custom built home on 2.99 acres 1 mile from
call shauna
Beautiful lyalta
acreage $575,000
Custom built home on
2.99 acres
1 mile from Lakes of
Muirfield Golf Course
Heated double attached
garage, 64'x40' shop
call shauna gorgeous acreage - $650,000 1728 sq.ft. walkout bungalow on 5 acres Located South
call shauna
gorgeous acreage
- $650,000
1728 sq.ft. walkout
bungalow on 5 acres
Located South of
Langdon
Double attached garage
28'x40' heated shop
call shauna crystal ridge condo - $169,900 2 bedroom condo with panoramic view. Looks onto
call shauna
crystal ridge
condo - $169,900
2 bedroom condo with
panoramic view. Looks
onto environmental
preserve.
Oak throughout
sold
Corner fireplace
Buying or selling call us first call lorna just listed! $249,000 By the lake, 2
Buying or selling
call us first
call lorna
just listed! $249,000
By the lake,
2 bedrooms,
attached single garage
sold
call lorna
40+ living
$249,900
Well kept bungalow.
Front attached
garage.
sold
2 bedrooms, 2 baths.
Green space at side.
call lorna
for the
snoWBirds!
A BEAUTIFUL GATED
COMMUNITY
OVERSIZED SINGLE
GARAGE
JUST LIKE NEW IN AND
sold
OUT. $149,500
call lorna commercial suBdivision potential 66.11 acres Can be rezoned commercial west of Strathmore
call lorna
commercial
suBdivision
potential
66.11 acres
Can be rezoned
commercial west
of Strathmore
call lorna 11.9 acres $288,000 Zoning industrial West of Strathmore
call lorna
11.9 acres
$288,000
Zoning industrial
West of
Strathmore
call lorna for the perfectionist! reduced $339,900 2008 RAISED BUNGALOW GLEAMING HARDWOODS MAIN FLOOR LAUNDRY
call lorna
for the
perfectionist!
reduced $339,900
2008 RAISED BUNGALOW
GLEAMING HARDWOODS
MAIN FLOOR LAUNDRY
FINISHED DOUBLE
FRONT ATT GARAGE
call lorna 47 acres Adjacent to Carseland. Subdivision potential or great investment.
call lorna
47 acres
Adjacent to
Carseland.
Subdivision potential
or great investment.
call lorna slashed! $155,000 Tons of friendly people! Guest Suite! Great second floor location! SW
call lorna
slashed!
$155,000
Tons of friendly people!
Guest Suite! Great second
floor location!
SW deck with views.
Newly decorated.
call lorna price reduction noW $139,900 Beautiful offset, 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, soccer field
call lorna
price reduction
noW $139,900
Beautiful offset, 3
bedrooms, 2 full
baths, soccer
field at rear.
call lorna chestermere Beauty! $624,900 1845 sq ft, spiral staircase to lower, fully dev. lower.
call lorna
chestermere
Beauty!
$624,900
1845 sq ft, spiral
staircase to lower,
fully dev. lower.
It's custom!
call lorna laKe vieWs!! SIP YOUR MORNING COFFEE WHILE WATCHING THE GEESE AND DUCKS SWIM.
call lorna
laKe vieWs!!
SIP YOUR MORNING
COFFEE WHILE WATCHING
THE GEESE AND DUCKS
SWIM. ATTACHED
BUNGALOW –NO FEES.
FULLY DEVELOPED LOWER.
DOUBLE GARAGE
$309,000
call lorna Brand neW $356,000 1420 sq ft bungalow, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, hardwoods
call lorna
Brand neW
$356,000
1420 sq ft
bungalow,
3 bedrooms,
2 baths,
hardwoods
call lorna foreclosure $249,900 1200+ sq ft bungalow, fully developed lower, good condition
call lorna
foreclosure
$249,900
1200+ sq ft
bungalow,
fully developed
lower,
good condition

let us find you your dream home

call lorna one screaming hot deal only $489,000 Heated shop - overhead doors. Bungalow. 10
call lorna
one screaming
hot deal only
$489,000
Heated shop -
overhead doors.
Bungalow. 10 acres.
West on Glenmore.
call lorna university time! Duplex - Doverglen. Suite up & down. All applainces. Fully fenced.
call lorna
university
time!
Duplex - Doverglen.
Suite up & down.
All applainces. Fully
fenced. $259,721.

call lorna

just listed $125,000

House & 100 ft lot in Rockyford. Lots of trees. Possession immediate!

call lorna its all here! $354,900 Loads of oak. 5 bdrms, 3 baths. Cambridge Glen
call lorna
its all here!
$354,900
Loads of oak.
5 bdrms, 3 baths.
Cambridge Glen
location.
call lorna $419,900 4.77 acres near Langdon. 1400 sq ft bungalow. Double & single garage.
call lorna
$419,900
4.77 acres near
Langdon.
1400 sq ft
bungalow. Double
& single garage.
Mountain views.
call lorna hay horse lovers! $689,444 9.65 acres. Minutes to Langdon. 10 minutes to Calgary.
call lorna
hay horse
lovers!
$689,444
9.65 acres. Minutes to
Langdon. 10 minutes to
Calgary. Riding arena
with lighting.
5 stall barn ++
call lorna spacious split! $319,900 Dynamic open plan. 4 bdrms, 3 baths. Heated double garage.
call lorna
spacious split!
$319,900
Dynamic open plan.
4 bdrms, 3 baths.
Heated double
garage. Fully fenced
& landscaped.

feature property - call lorna

$624,900 chestermere

outstanding custommailot home

Spiral staircase. Elevator. Fully dev. lower level. Located in Rainbow Falls, Chestermere. 1845 sq ft of luxury! Granite countertops. Pacific Ash hardwoods. And so much more!

call lorna rare find! $630,000 12.4 treed acres. 1915 - 2 1/2 storey historical home.
call lorna
rare find!
$630,000
12.4 treed acres.
1915 - 2 1/2 storey
historical home.
Stained glass,
custom design.
call lorna Buy yourself a home & Business! 3200 sq ft commercial building. Last use
call lorna
Buy yourself
a home &
Business!
3200 sq ft
commercial building.
Last use a pub.
Living at rear.
Priced at $249,900
call lorna
West of
strathmore
3.36 acres.
Drilled well, trees,
pond, power.
$269,900.
call lorna
astonishing
aspen creeK!
$284,000. Double
front attached
garage. 2 bedrooms,
2 baths. Only 4 years
old bilevel.
sold
call lorna $319,800 Well kept bilevel. Huge country kitchen. Fireplace. Walkout to backyard. heated dbl
call lorna
$319,800
Well kept bilevel.
Huge country
kitchen. Fireplace.
Walkout to
backyard. heated
dbl 24x24 garage.
feature property - call lorna you may never see this again! Executive 1915 2 1/2
feature property - call lorna
you may never see this again!
Executive 1915 2 1/2 storey home. Multi color
hardwoods. 4 bedrooms on second floor. 2
bedrooms or bonus area on third. 12.4 treed
beautiful acres in park like setting. Irrigation,
good well and so much to offer!
call lorna Brand neW BungaloW $349,900 Over 1400 sq ft. View of the country. Hardwoods.
call lorna
Brand neW BungaloW
$349,900
Over 1400 sq ft. View of the country.
Hardwoods.
call lorna
Beautiful
2 storey
Great Hillview
location. Backs on
green space.
Priced at $324,900
sold

buying or

selling

buying or selling call us first

call

us

first

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Geraldine Grant and Val Heck had their heads shaved outside of Sobeys to raise money for cancer and diabetes. Grant was doing it for cancer but said diabetes is every bit as deadly as cancer. “It doesn’t matter if it’s a penny you donate or $1,000. It could be the penny that finds the cure,” said Grant. Marshall Billings, an employee at Sobeys decided to get his head shaved with the women. “Anything I can give back to support a cause is good for me,” said Billings. Back left- Yvonne Horne from Sweeney Todd’s, Marshall Billings, front left- Geraldine Grant, Val Heck. The group posed after everyone had finished getting their heads shaved.

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The Fun Country Riders held a well at- tended Show and Gymkana on August 8 at the Strathmore Rodeo grounds. Unfor- tunately the weather did not co-operate for long enough and only the first Gym- kana event (Barrels) was completed be- fore the downpour of rain cancelled the

remainder of the events. Our thanks go to Rob Charette for judging the Show classes and thanks to all the riders and volunteers who tried despite the weather! The next Show and Gymkana is sched- uled for Sunday, August 22 at the Strath- more Rodeo Grounds. For information call Bea at 936-5398 or Norma at 934- 1267 or visit our website at www.fun- countryriders.com.

1267 or visit our website at www.fun- countryriders.com. LEADLINE: Pleasure, Equitation: 1. Hailey Barrels: 1.

LEADLINE:

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BANTAM:

Pleasure, Cavaletti: 1. Autumn Desjardins

2. Hannah Carlson 3. Madeline Lamb

Equitation: 1. Hannah Carlson

2. Autumn Desjardins 3. Jes Wright

Barrels: 1. Martina Vergouwen

2. Autumn Desjardins 3. Chase Boisjoli

PEE WEE:

Pleasure, Equitation, Cavaletti: 1. Carlie Wells

2. Katie Edelman 3. Hannah Carlson

Barrels: 1. Hayze Stevens 2. Taylor Boisjoli

3. Destiny Stevens

JUNIOR:

Pleasure, Cavaletti: 1. Dawn Carlson

2. Breanne Grey

Equitation: 1. Breanne Grey 2. Dawn Carlson Barrels: 1. Dawn Carlson

2. Jacqueline Carlson 3. Nichole Martin

YOUNG HORSE:

Pleasure, Equitation: 1. Courtney O’Keefe

2. Dawn Carlson

Barrels: 1. Kerri Ross 2. Courtney O’Keefe

SENIOR NOVICE:

Pleasure: 1. Sara Jones 2. Ann Wilson

3. Mary Ann Potter

Equitation: 1. Sara Jones 2. Misty Wright

3. Dawn Carlson

Cavaletti: 1. Ann Wilson 2. Sara Jones

3. Mary Ann Potter

Barrels: 1. Kerri Ross 2. Norma Nelson

3. Joanne Hermanson

SENIOR OPEN:

Pleasure: 1. Joanne Hermanson

2. Katrina Janzen 3. Karen Carlson

Equitation: 1. Karen Carlson

2. Joanne Hermanson 3. Katrina Janzen

Cavaletti: 1. Joanne Hermanson

2. Karen Carlson 3. Katrina Janzen

Barrels: 1. Joanne Hermanson

2. Lindsey Nelson 3. Jacquie Piper

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Pleasure: 1. Lesley Gregory

2. Maggie Littau 3. JoAnn Wilson

Equitation: 1. Lesley Gregory

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Cavaletti: 1. Lesley Gregory

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KIDERGY Play Group Meet every Friday from 9:30 - 11:30 am at the Hope Covenant Church. $1 per child, (snack is included). Contact Tammy at 403-934-5887 for more info.

Free Tree for all New Born Babies Attention all infants – remind your parents to register your birth so a tree can be planted commemorat- ing your birth in the Chinook Credit Union Birth Forest in Strathmore. Registration Forms are available at the Town office, Chinook Credit Union and Health Unit. (A Communities in Bloom Project)

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- Free drop-in JOB-FINDING CLUB, every Tuesday from 9 to noon.

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Please call 403-934-6488 or drop by 101, 331-3rd. Avenue. Bring your lunch and join us for a Small Business Brown Bag presentation at Community Futures Wild Rose on Tuesday and Thurs- day from Noon to 1 pm. Weekly Topics.

The Community Crisis Shelter has several Board Member vacancies and is recruiting individuals who would like to apply for Board Membership. Interested individuals can call Karen Pease at 403-934-6634.

Strathmore Parent and Tot Playgroup, meets every Thursday at 9:15 - 11:15 am. in the Strathmore United Church Basement. For more information call Lisa at 403-934-4874 or Ali at

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Children’s Wish Foundation Join Strathmore’s Planning committee now for fall fundraisers. Volunteers NEEDED! Call Claudia at 403-934-3900 (days), or 403-934-5966 (evening).

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Strathmore Elks Lodge #491 meets 3rd Tuesday at the Strathmore Curling Club 6:30 pm. Steak Supper at 7 pm. New Members welcome. Call Greg 403-888-6155.

MOPS (Mother’s Of Preschoolers) meet 1st and 3rd Thursdays 9:30am – 11:30am at the Strathmore Alliance Church. Babysitting available for ages 0 - 6. For more information call Jennifer at 403-934-5799 or visit www.mops. org

Strathmore Photography Club. Photographers of all ages and skill levels are welcome. For more information and meeting dates call Gaylene at 403-901-2760 or email - lgsmith@telusplanet.net

Strathmore District Health Services Auxiliary Meetings are held the fourth Monday of the month @ 1:30 pm, (excluding July & August). Lower level Conference Room at the Strathmore Hospital. New members welcome. For more info please call

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Strathmore & District Chamber of Commerce meets the third Monday of the month @ 7:00 p.m. All members welcome. Check web page for meeting location. For more information call 403-901-3175 or www.strathmoredistrictchamber. com.

Come Fly With Us 903 Royal Canadian Air Cadet Sqn. Meet Wednesdays at 6:30pm at the blue building and Quonset on the Ag grounds. Boys & Girls welcome between 12 & 19 years. Call Joanna Howard at 403-983- 5796 for more information.

Meals on Wheels is available in Strathmore. For information or to obtain this service please contact Wheatland FCSS at

403-934-5335.

Sunday School for All Ages:

Lord of All Lutheran Church offers Christian Education opportunities for ages 3 years to adult, on Sunday Mornings. All are Welcome! For more information please call Margo Sevick 403-901-2044 or call the Church Office at 403-934-2374.

Strathmore Lions Club meets the first and third Thursday at the Strathmore Civic Centre at 6:45 pm.

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Summer of Rock

August 20-22, Strathmore, RR240 & #1 Hwy East. 403-934-6765 or 403-901-1100. www.thatoldretrostore.com. All profit to the Kids Cancer Care Foundation of Alberta.

Gleichen Fall Fair

on Aug. 21st. Start time @ 8 am. Lions Pancake Breakfast Bench Show and Trade Tables. Show and Shine, Parade and Bed Races. Gleichen Fall Fair Special Events 8- Show and Shine 10- Parade 1- Bed Races 1:30 Jousting by the Knights of the Red Neck Renaissance 2:30 Hearts of the West 3- Heavy Horse Pulls

8th Annual Charity Golf Tournament

for Families of Spinal Muscular Atrophy Canada. 18 Hole Texas Scramble August 21st, 2:00pm. Shotgun Start Strathmore Golf Club. For info please call

403-934-2299.

Seniors 50+ Happy Gang

Beef on a Bun August 24th at 5:30. Members $6.00; non-mem- bers $8.00. Pre-pay by August 20th. For further info call Eric at

403-901-1596.

Strathmore Girl Guides, Sept. 2010 Registration

Registration for Girls age 5 – 17, Sparks, Brownies, Guides, Path- finders, & Rangers, Thursday September 2nd 3:30 – 7:30 at the Civic Centre (REVS). Volunteer Women – Leaders and Helpers needed, come join the fun! More Info – Call Yvonne 403 934 4238.

Family Fun, Adults & Kids 10 Years & Up

Come on out & learn to Dance. It is fun for all ages. Modern Square Dance. Sept. 11 / 2010 (SAT) Pre Register 6 PM. Lessons 7 - 9 PM at Strathmore United Church. More Info Call 403-934-2873.

Strathmore Homeschool Familes. Any Strathmore and Area familes

that are homeschooling are invited to join our Yahoo Group.

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Wheatland Rural Crime Watch. Meetings are the 3rd Thursday of each Month. Featuring guest speakers. For more information call 403-934-4055.

Strathmore Masonic Lodge #53 meets the first Monday of each Month at 7:30 p.m. Call Glen at 403-901-6038. Website: www.strathmore53.com

Healing Rooms, open for prayer Mondays from 7 to 9 pm. at the Harvest Healing Centre at 115A- 3rd. Avenue in Strathmore. Everyone is Welcome.

Strathmore FASD Parent Support Group The FASD Support group for Strath- more area will be taking a break for the summer. We look forward to seeing everyone again Sept. 21st , 9:30 am @ the Strathmore United Church. For more info call Pam @652-4776. Have a wonderful summer everyone!.

Strathmore Regional Victim Services Society needs community members to be Advocates (volunteers). Training is provided. Contact Victim Services through the RCMP Detachment at

403-934-6552

Strathmore Country Gardens Club Meetings at least once per month. Tours, guest speakers, workshops and much more included in a membership. $20 single, $30 family. Strathmorecountry gardens@yahoo.ca or visit our website www.icangarden.com/ clubs/CountryGGC/

Strathmore Caregiver Support Group This is an opportunity for caregivers to find support and benefit from interaction with others in a similar situation. For more information or to register call Amy Yaneza at 403-361-7176.

The Hope Bridges Society Board meetings held the third Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. at #3-236-3rd. Avenue. Please visit our website at www.hopebridges.ca or contact us at info@hopebridges. ca.

Strathmore Full Gospel Church We’re a Pentecostal Bible based family church that has something for all ages. Call 934-2225 or visit www.strathmorefullgospel.com

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Being extremely fit and in superb shape is not a necessity to have taken part in the Strathmore Women’s Triath- lon as Janice Sumner learned. Last year Sumner and her friend Marie Van Driel went to the triathlon workshop because they wanted to sign up for the 2010 tri- athlon because entries were done for 2009. Sumner said there were approxi- mately 20 women at the workshop and they were going around the room telling the others how many triathlons they had done. “It got to me and I was like ‘I’m here because I’m a wannabe, I wannabe like you guys,” said Sumner. Deanne Jabs, the race director, told her she didn’t have to be a wannabe any- more and that she and Van Driel would be able to take part in the 2009 triathlon after all. Both women had only a week to prepare, and the workshop taught them what to do and not do during the events. “It was truly one of the most empow- ering experiences of my life. It was such an amazing experience,” said Sumner. Since last year’s triathlon Sumner and Van Driel have continued to train for this years events. “We’ve done boot camp three times a week and all kinds of things and we’ve become pretty fit because neither of us was very fit a year ago,” said Sumner. “I’ve had to work pretty hard because things just aren’t as easy when you’re 40. I wish I’d discovered this when I was 20. But better to discover it late than not at all.”

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Empowerment is what it’s all about,

at least according to Deanne Jabs, race

director for the Strathmore Women’s Triathlon. On August 15, 370 women gathered together to take part in the eighth annual triathlon. “Its not really a race, we call it more of an empowering event, because it’s really empowering to finish a triath- lon,” said Jabs. “It’s to encourage women, because women are often intimidated by events

that have a lot of men. It’s nice to have

a women’s only environment, where

they are not intimidated by competi- tive men.” The women’s triathlon is not a com- petitive event according to Jabs; the main goal is crossing the finish line. The women were mainly from Cal- gary and surrounding Towns, with one woman coming in from Winnipeg to take part. “We started it here because this is a beautiful location, a great biking area and its nice to have it in a small com- munity,” said Jabs. The triathlon started with a 500m swim, then a 20-kilometre bike ride followed by a five-kilometre run. Some

of the women walk the five kilometres

instead of running. “You don’t want to have people swimming last just in case someone drowns after being tired from biking and running,” said Jabs. “No one has ever drowned, but you just look at something like a swim (first) and bik- ing is the next highest risk of the three and then the run.”

Participants ranged from ages 16 to 63. This year a relay was introduced, which had a 10-year-old swimming in it. Jabs said the relay was exciting be- cause all of the relay participants went head to head. For those doing the tri- athlon, there were different groups who went at different times. When one swimmer exited the pool another would jump in so that it was a contin- uous feed. The route changed a little this year to incorporate some of the new bike paths. “The reason I put this event on, is because my life has totally changed from triathlon and I want everybody to have that feeling. It’s very empowering and very gratifying,” said Jabs. She and her volunteers do not participate in the Strathmore triathlon, but she said she does take part in others. For over half of the participants, this was their first triathlon. Jabs said some women may train all year but many are at home with kids or busy with work, and they fit in workouts and training where they can. “We have yet to have someone who couldn’t finish. Most people finish and go ‘wow I did it’. Most people surprise themselves that they can actually do it,” said Jabs. Water and sports drinks were pro- vided to participants to help keep them hydrated and after the last wom- en crossed the line there was a ban- quet. In the past all the women who took part were given a flower finisher medal. This year Jabs provided all of the women with the medal in the form of a charm, so they can wear them in- stead of tucking a medal away into a drawer.

wear them in- stead of tucking a medal away into a drawer. The Westmount School Gang,
wear them in- stead of tucking a medal away into a drawer. The Westmount School Gang,

The Westmount School Gang, cheering each other on - Jill Rossi, Marie Van Driel, Janice Sumner, Jamie Fairbairn, Tracy Gillis

Photo Contributed by Janice Sumner

This year on August 15, five staff mem- bers from Westmount Elementary took part in the triathlon. Sumner said the amount of support they gave each other was wonderful. She also gushed about Deanne and what the experience has done for her. “I just can’t speak highly enough of Deanne, I went to her at the banquet and told her she has truly changed my life.” Marian Cook also took part in the tri- athlon and found it to be a great experi- ence. “It was a great event, well organized and a great experience. Special thanks needs to be extended to all the volun- teers and that “special little person” on the run route who was respectfully ask- ing the participants if they wanted to be sprayed with water. What a fantastic treat,” said Cook. Since competing in her first triathlon, Sumner has taken part in every one she possibly can. It’s something she plans to continue doing as long as she can, and she compared the anticipation of this year’s triathlon to Christmas. “For me it was like Christmas day, I had been looking forward to it since last year. I knew last year I was going to reg- ister for this year. And it was, it was like Christmas, it was just fun from the min- ute I woke up. I’m kind of sad because that was what I was looking forward to most this summer and now it’s over,” said Sumner. She managed to shave 15 minutes off of her time from last year, finishing in an hour and 45 minutes. She said it doesn’t matter if you’re an ironman competitor or a beginner; the Strathmore Women’s Triathlon fits everybody.

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STARS volleyball camp ran from August 9 to 13. The weather kept some kids indoors but for the kids who were reg- istered, they still had a chance to get out of the house and be active. Pat Fule runs the Strathmore volleyball camp. Shannon LeClair Photos

runs the Strathmore volleyball camp. Shannon LeClair Photos Pete Greene, 80, has been playing Pensioners Puck

Pete Greene, 80, has been playing Pensioners Puck Hockey for the past five to six years. He can be seen on the ice at the Family Centre every Tuesday and Thursday, where he plays

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Every Tuesday and Thursday af- ternoon a group of seniors strap on their pad- ding, lace up their skates and hit the ice. Pete Greene plays at the Fam- ily Centre twice a week for an hour in Pensioners Puck Hockey. Greene is 80-years-old and has been playing for the past five or six years after his friend Al Brown talked him into it. Greene used to

play hockey when he was younger but quit back in 1962. His doctor and some of his friends are a little amazed he is still able to hit the ice. “I’m just an old guy learning from the young guys. I can’t skate fast enough, that’s a primary issue. I’m average on the other stuff,” said Greene. There are no goalies in his game. Instead there are two targets placed in the net. One is high and the other is low and

to score a goal a target must be hit. The age range for the players is from 60-years-old to 80 and they try to keep it competitive without risking any injuries. Some of the players may not be as strong at skating, while oth- ers may have mi- nor puck handling capabilities but the team doesn’t let it deter them. “We try to bal- ance it out. We want to keep it as competitive as we can,” said Greene. For Greene it’s about getting in some good exer- cise while spend- ing time with peo- ple he likes. “I enjoy the guys mostly and it’s nice to see if I can stand up longer than the time I did before.” Not many people would strap on skates at his age but Greene plans to continue playing as long as he can. We should all hope that at 80-years-old we too can still hit the ice, or do what- ever it is we have always loved to do.

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Going pro

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Jordan Arbuthnott recently went to the National High School Finals Rodeo in Gillette, Wyoming. Arbuthnott has been a part of the Alberta Finals for the High School Rodeo, but this was the first year he had a chance to go to the Nationals. He was there from July 18-24. There were only three other teens in the prov- ince who were picked to go. Arbuthnott was the only one in the area who had been picked to go show off his bull rid- ing skills. “It was pretty exciting there,” said Ar- buthnott. Unfortunately he was bucked off of his two bulls, but that didn’t dim the trip for him. “It was worth it,” said Arbuthnott. The experience alone was exciting and though this young bull rider can’t go back next year, he plans to keep rid- ing. Because he recently graduated high school, he no longer applies for the high school rodeo circuit but plans to use the experience gained from it in the future. “I want to do it as a career. Hopeful- ly everything goes well throughout the winter and everything,” said Arbuthnott. He plans to continue practicing and riding and would like to join the pro rodeo circuit next year if he’s able. This year at Heritage Days, local Mark Johan- sen won the bull riding event, and next year Arbuthnott may be that local.

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Robert (Bob) David oct. 25, 1930 - Aug. 15, 2010

Bob Jones passed away August 15, 2010, at the Strathmore Hospital. He will be lovingly remembered by his wife Valerie, his daughter Shirley, his sons Alan (Bonnie) and Dean (Jackie), his sister Janet (Patrick), his grandchildren Brandee, Ryan (Tanya), Jesse, Brett and Riley, his niece Amy and nephew Cory, and his dog Bear. He was predeceased by his mother Alice (1986) and father Norman (1958). Bob was born in Risca, South Wales, and immigrated with his wife and daughter to Canada in 1957. He proudly served in the Royal Canadian Air Force from 1957 to 1980. At Bob’s request, there will be no funeral service. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Bob’s memory directly to the Calgary Humane Society (4455 - 110 Avenue SE, Calgary, Alberta T2C 2T7). To send condolences, please visit www. wheatlandfuneralhome.ca. WHEATLAND FUNERAL HOME LTD. (Strathmore) in care of arrangements. 403-934-5666.

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Volunteer applications are available at the Town of Strathmore from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm weekdays.

Please forward your application or inquiries to:

Carole Engel Director of Community Services Town of Strathmore 680 Westchester Road

Strathmore, Alberta T1P 1J1

Ph: 403-934-3133 • Fax: 403-901-1476

Deadline for submitting applications is 4:00 pm on August 23, 2010.

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202, 114 Canal Garden, Strathmore
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#817

for Sale

2002 DUTCHMEN D-LITE 12’

tent trailer sleep’s 8. Queen on one side, double on other

side and one pull out dinette. In/out stove. Pocket awing with screen room attach- ment. Price: $7,500.00. Fern or Stephen Joyce at 734-

2950.

2004 PONTIAC GRAND AM GT SEDAN. EXTREMELY LOW KM’S, excellent condition. Fully loaded w/sun roof & comes with remote engine starter. Very clean inside and out, never been smoked in. Only 30,500 km. Call (403)

901-5472.

1994 SILVER MUSTANG GT.

5.0 litres. Excellent condition. 119,000 km. PS, PB, PW, auto, air/cruise, dual air bags, cold air intake/magnaflow dual exhaust. $5500. FIRM. Call 403-934-4599.

EXERCISE EQUIPMENT; Uni- versal fitness exercise bike. Programmable monitor, plus pulse, time, speed, distance & calories program. $200.00. Body Flux Ab Inversion Table. Ideal for people with back pain. DVD & owners manual

included. Folds for easy stor- age. $100.00, Call 403-934-

4844.

FULL SIzE TECHNICS ELEC- TRIC ORGAN. Double key- board, w/bench, music books & earphones. Excellent condition. $1200 o.b.o. Call

403-934-4844

TenderS

Chinook Credit Union is accepting quotes for snow removal for their parking lot. Duties will
Chinook Credit Union
is accepting
quotes for
snow
removal
for their parking lot.
Duties will include
cleaning parking lot
and snow removal
from site as needed.
Fax quotes to
403-934-5229.

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GaraGe SaleS

238 STRATHMORE LAKES BEND. Friday, August 20th from 3 pm - 8 pm and Satur- day August 21st from 9 am - 3 pm. Please NO early birds. Misc. household items.

YARD SALE, 117 Strathaven Heights. Sunday August 22nd, 10:00am – 6:00pm. Some antiques & furniture.

ThisWeek’sgaragesales

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at tracey@strathmoretimes.com help wanTed help wanted Custom feedlot & farming operation looking for full-time

Custom feedlot & farming operation looking for full-time employees

Competitive wages including O.T and other Benefits.

Valid driver’s licence and a good attitude a must. High school diploma an asset.

Send resumes to:

namaka farms inC. Box 2409, Strathmore, AB T1P 1K3 Fax (403) 934-6133

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Reception/Office Assistant

required in a busy Strathmore Office.

Starting immediately, some computer experience an asset. must have positive attitude and be able to provide excellent customer service.

Send resume to Strathmore Vision Clinic, 321 - 3rd Street, Strathmore, Alberta t1P 1m4

Hope Community Playschool

Positions Available

Seeking a Director with strong leadership & people skills who is able to represent the playschool ministry. Also looking for a teacher who is creative & enthusiastic, teaching experience are an asset. We are in need of a ta who is adaptable and great with kids.

Call Karen Galandy (403)934-5132 or Christin Dewald (403)934-9237

driver/lAborerS re- quired. must have class 3/ Air. contact craig at 403-

533-3838.

5 appliances, minutes from schools and hospital. mas- ter bdrm with ensuite. fully developed bsmt with 4 piece bath. 2 parking stalls in front. n/S, n/P. Available September

toddle inn dAYcAre, one vacancy available for child care worker. duties include supervising children and pro- gram planning as well as light cleaning duties. Job require- ments; criminal record check, 1st aid and must hold a child- care professional certificate. $13.00/hr. drop off resumes at the day care, 309 2nd Ave. Strathmore.

3 bdrm bungAlow in Strath-

more. 25’ x 28’ garage, new deck with hot tub. All appli- ances included. n/S, pets negotiable. $1500/mth + utili- ties. Available September 1. call 403-983-6900.

c l e A n ing StA f f, Part- ti me for toy clean-up at local play- school. Approx. 10 hours/ month (possibly more in Sept. and may). most work to be done on-site, but some fab- ric toys will have to be taken home for laundering. $15/ hr. fax resume to (403) 734-

3800. mo. 1 bdrm. $800/mo. dd re-

cHinooK iii. 2 bdrm. $900/

A beAutiful 2 bdrm condo + den, bright & spacious, freshly painted w/ fireplace.

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WHEATLAND COUNTY WAsTE TrANsfEr siTE OpErATOr Wheatland County is currently seeking a casual part-time Waste
WHEATLAND COUNTY
WAsTE TrANsfEr
siTE OpErATOr
Wheatland County is currently seeking a casual
part-time Waste Transfer Site Operator. The primary
function of a Waster Transfer Site Operator is to
assist County ratepayers with the proper disposal
of waste material. Must have a reliable vehicle to
travel to work sites & good customer relation skills.
For more information see our website or contact:
Bonnie Knox, Tel: (403) 934-3321
Fax: (403) 934-4889.
Email: Bonnie.Knox@wheatlandcounty.ca
Website: www.wheatlandcounty.ca.
Submit applications by email, fax or mail to:
Wheatland County
Personnel Committee-Waste Transfer Site Operator
Hwy 1, RR1,
Strathmore, AB T1P 1J6
The successful applicant will be required to submit
to a criminal records check and may be subject to
pre-employment drug testing.
We thank all applicants for their interest,
however, only those selected for an interview
will be contacted.
Various Positions available Send resumes to: sby5019strathmore@sobeys.com or fax 403.934.4540
Various Positions
available
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2 bdrm. condo/APt. includes w/d, dw, gas f/P, 2 parking stalls. n/S, n/P. Avail. immed. $900/mo. & util. & dd. call

403-274-9639.

quired. Heat & water included. no pets. call Jane 403-934-

6896.

2 bdrm. bASement Suite. 5 appliances. $800/mo. & Sd. Avail. Sept 1/10. no pets. call

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Downtown

commercial

space

approx 1000 sq ft ideal for retail. terms negotiable. secure building.

call (403) 934-6605 to view.

looKing for ft/Pt em- PloYeeS, SuPerviSorS. day & night shifts. flexible hours, great benefit package. front house & back house. drop resume off at boston Pizza.

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strathmore Kori-Lynn Stepaniuk Mortgage Specialist Strathmore & Area Tel: 403.333.6070 Fax: 403.901.0738
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Strathmore & Area
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SPAciouS 16 x 72 mobile Home with 12 x 22 addition. 2 x 6 construction, 3 bed- rooms, 1.5 baths. to be moved. $25,000. call 403 934-6429.

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Home for rent

Available September 1, 2010

Located in beautiful Cambridge Glen,

this 1190sq.ft bungalow includes fridge, stove, dishwasher, washer & dryer, central vacuum, 8 person Hot tub, double attached garage, underground irrigation with south facing backyard onto green space with walking paths, playground and close proximity to schools, hospital, and numerous recreation facilities.

$1600 per month +utilities, $2000 D.D on a 1 year lease.

Call Craig @ 403-804-5958 to view.

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For Sale 14x70 mobile home must be moved by october 15th c/w 16x20 and 8x16
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reasonable offers considered.
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Tina’s Feature Properties Tina Scott 403-901-5388 Specializing In Country Properties Parklane Place $279,900 Rare
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Tina Scott 403-901-5388
Specializing In Country Properties
Parklane Place $279,900
Rare condo opportunity.
Backing onto the canal and 1 block to
downtown. Two bed. Two bath.
Attached garage. Immediate possession.
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homes of the week totaLLy uPgraded MLs C3417669 Former Aquilla Show Home. 1389 sq ft
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open concept features tons of up-
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Beautifully landscaped yard. Priced to sell!
$377,700.
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