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Strathmore Stampede
a success
ADELLE ELLIS
Times Reporter

It was a weekend full of sun, fun and some


great pro rodeo and chuckwagon action at the
Perfect parade 2019 Strathmore Stampede from Aug. 2 to 5.
The fair-weathered weekend brought in thou-
sands of visitors to Strathmore over the long
Page 13 weekend. According to Ryan Schmidt, general
manager of the Strathmore and District Agri-
cultural Society, attendance was up 25 per cent
over 2018 with an estimated 40,000 patrons
coming through the gates and 26,000 tickets
sold.
“It was a fantastic weekend. We had great at-
tendances, the volunteers were wonderful and
smiling, and the number one thing that we did
hear was how hospitable of a treatment that
attendees got and just how well everybody was
treated,” said Schmidt. “I think all the specta-
Rodeo action tors and attendees had a great time.”
The four days of pro rodeo and chuckwag-
on action paired up well with other Stampede
events including the annual parade, several
barbecue and breakfast events, a tradeshow,
the return of the midway and games, Running
with the Bulls, Running with the Rams, enter-
tainment on the Freeman AV Heritage Stage,
the lip sync contest, live music, lots of food and
beverages, the cowboy cabaret, the RCMP Mu-
sical Ride, fireworks and much more.
Offering IV Sedation Over 400 volunteers volunteered their time
throughout the weekend to help run everything.
Dr. Ashkan Hamzehi DDS
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“These (volunteers) are all people from
Dr. Sharif Faizi DMD Strathmore and farms around the area so it’s
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how the weekend was and it was really nice to
Look on Page 2, 4 + 8 for see everybody draw together in support of our
Town of Strathmore community’s biggest event.”
Municipal Notices The Strathmore Stampede holds a strong eco-
nomic impact for the community as it brings in
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PUBLIC NOTICE TO ELECTORS OF THE TOWN OF STRATHMORE,
Registration Now Open! PROVINCE OF ALBERTA, SECTION 251 – THE MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT ACT
Next Committee TAKE NOTICE that the Council of the Town of Strathmore, in the Province of Alberta, has given first reading
ofContact:
the Whole to borrowing By-law No. 19-11 which will, upon final passage and approval, authorize the proper officers of
the said Town to borrow monies from Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce or another authorized financial
Meeting:
403-934-4918 institution on the general credit and security of the municipality, to pay for the cost of the following municipal
purpose, water utility main replacements and upgrades within the water distribution system and waste water
Sept 11th, 2019
cyfh@strathmore.ca collection system at various locations within the Town of Strathmore, along with equipment replacements and
upgrades within the waste water treatment plant, Strathmore Commons enhancements including pathways,
landscaping features and amenities.
sidy available to eligible applicants
The total cost of the aforesaid project amounts to $5,882,600.00 The borrowing is to be repayable in semi-
ks to the Tim Horton’s Smile Cookie
annual or annual installments of principal with interest payable monthly or semiannual, at an interest rate as
ampaign & United Way Funding fixed from time to time by the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce or other financial institution. The annual
rate of interest not to exceed five per centum (5%).

NOW THEREFORE NOTICE is hereby given by the Council of the Town of Strathmore that, unless a petition of
the electors for a vote on By-law No. 19-11 is demanded, as provided for by the terms of Section 231 of the
Municipal Government Act, the said Council may pass the said borrowing by-law.

All persons interested are hereby notified and they are required to govern themselves accordingly.

DATED at the Town of Strathmore, in the Province of Alberta this 17th day of July 2018.
Per: Mel Tiede
Director of Corporate Services
STRATHMORE

INFORMATION FOR ELECTORS


Pursuant to Section 1(i) of the Municipal Government Act an “elector” means:
A person who is eligible to vote in the election for a Councillor under the Local Authorities Election Act.
Pursuant to section 47(1) of the Local Authorities Election Act a person is eligible to vote in an election if
he:
a. is at least 18 years old;
b. is a Canadian citizen and;
c. has resided in Alberta for the 6 consecutive months immediately preceding election day and is
resident in the area on election day.
A poll may be demanded in the Town of Strathmore by electors equal in number to at least:
a. in the case of a municipality other than a summer village, by electors of the municipality equal in
number to at least 10% of the population and
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b. in the case of a summer village, by 10% of the electors of the summer village
in accordance with the provisions of section 223 of the Municipal Government Act and in accordance with
the provisions of section 251 of the Municipal Government Act.

The petition for a vote must be received by the Chief Administrative Officer within 15 days of the last
publication of this notice and shall contain on each page “an accurate and identical statement of the
purpose of the petition”.
(Further requirements of the petition are provided in section 224 of the Municipal Government Act.)

DATE of the last publication of this notice is the 16th, day of August 2019.

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Movement of soil investigated


SHARON MCLEAY
Times Contributor
The report indicates fungus spores, in the county by Alberta Environment Please call 403-934-9681
such as clubroot, weed infestations and for contravening regulations. to schedule your appointment
soil quality deterioration could be the Incoming soil may have chemicals, Dr. Elizabeth Robinson • Dr. Leanne Lesniak
During the summer, advertisements unhappy consequence of soil brought heavy metals or prohibited organic
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Wheatland County’s Agricultural Ser- Weeds can also have an economic Some municipalities develop bylaws
vice Board (ASB) is questioning wheth- impact. Staff suggested incoming soil to monitor soil movement and miti-
er there needs to be more scrutiny on should be inspected for prohibited and gate the loss. Staff asked for direction STRATHMORE
soil coming into the county. noxious weeds before they get a chance whether they should research changes
“The movement of soil into Wheat- to grow and spread to wider areas. in Wheatland County policy that could Hitting over 11,500
land County poses a risk and has drawn Sometimes landowners will bring fill be directed to Wheatland County coun- households weekly!
attention to the greater context of soil in to level out small depressions on cil for approval. Council directed staff
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Notice of Public Hearing: September 4, 2019 at 7:00pm


Bylaw 19-13
Bylaw #19-13 proposes to amend Land Use Bylaw No. 14-11 by re-designating 2.342 hectares within
Phase 2 of the Edgefield Area Structure Plan development. The lands are legally described as NW 13-
24-25-W4M, as shown on Figure 1 below. This application proposes to reconfigure the existing approved
R1N and R2 districts to reflect current market conditions. Existing approved density calculations will not
increase or decrease as a result of this application.
A copy of the proposed Bylaws may be inspected by the public during regular office hours, 8:30 am to
4:30 pm, Monday to Friday at the Town Office (680 Westchester Road, Strathmore, AB), or can be found
Next Regular on the Town website: (https://strathmore.ca/townhall/bylawspolicies/BylawsUnderReview). Please
contact the Town Office if you would like an opportunity to review and provide input on the proposed
Council Meeting: amendments prior to the Public Hearing.
Sept 4th , 2019 The Public Hearing will be held in the Council Chambers, Strathmore Municipal Building, 680 Westchester
Road, Strathmore Alberta on Wednesday, September 4, 2019, commencing at 7:00 pm with procedures
in accordance with the Town of Strathmore Council Procedural Bylaw #16-18 and amendments thereto.
Next Committee Any person or group of persons, or person acting on someone’s behalf, who claims to be affected by
any or all of the proposed bylaws may present suggestions or concerns by making a submission to the
of the Whole public hearing.

Meeting: Written submissions to the Public Hearing or the name of any person wishing to make an oral presentation
at the Public Hearing must be received by the Planning and Development Department prior to 12:00
Sept 11th, 2019 noon on Wednesday, August 28, 2019 as outlined in Bylaw #16-18 and amendments thereto. If your
written submission is not received by this time, please provide fifteen (15) copies for distribution at the
Public Hearing. Each person wishing to address Council at the Public Hearing shall complete their verbal
presentation within three minutes.
Please note that written submissions will become public documents once submitted to the Town, unless
otherwise requested.
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PAT FULE chose to drive alright, with his driver door open,
Random Thoughts one leg out, while he talked on his cell phone! I
was stunned (more so than usual) and wondered
There was a TV show in the ’80s produced by what the cop would do. To me, if you just got in
Steven Spielberg called Amazing Stories. It had a a fender bender and you and the other car are
short run but did have some memorable episodes. crunched, wouldn’t a good idea be to not drive dis-
One featured a high school guy who suddenly be- tracted in front of the cop at the scene?
came magnetic. This character had spent most of I never did find out the end result, but this was
the episode avoiding a girl who had a major crush definitely a time I actually hoped there was a RCMP
on him. That’s not the amazing part… at the end of ticket for being dumb. Maybe that driver was on
this episode, his increasing magnetic powers were hold with the Macarena?
drawing many metal things to him, so that he was Many years ago, I moved to a new English class-
entangled and covered with them. Finally, the very room in the portables of what is now Crowther
last thing pulled to his body was (you guessed it) Memorial. If I have a spare class, I like to mark or
the girl he was avoiding. It turned out that when prepare in my room, and I always lock the door.
the viewer finally saw her face in full, she had a full It’s not that I don’t like high school kids, but some-
set of metal braces and was pulled into a final lip times they want to hang out, and let’s face it, four
lock with our hero. classes with teens and then a spare is something
Years ago, I was in Calgary and I happened to you have to protect. However, every time I un-
be looking out a window to see a goofy sight that locked my door and turned the new knob to lock,
always stuck with me. Two maintenance workers I’d go in and discover that I’d also be locked in the
were using a ride-on mower to fertilize the grass room. So, I’d have to call the office, get someone
they’d just cut. They’d jury-rigged a small fertilizer with a key and that person would release me. Fi-
spreader on wheels and had attached it to pull be- nally, one of my colleagues said, “I’m coming down
hind the mower. The older guy must’ve been the with you and you show me what you’re doing.”
boss because he got to sit on the mower. The oth- We got to the door. I wanted to prove I wasn’t
er poor sap had to walk alongside the spreader, nuts and that this door knob needed to be fixed.
carrying the 50-pound fertilizer bag, keeping the So, I explained as I unlocked the door: “OK, here’s
spreader constantly full. Did I mention that it was a what I do. I turn the knob to unlock… then I turn
scorching hot day? He’d stagger and try (God love it again to set it to lock, and I go in and I close the
him), but he couldn’t keep a straight walking line door.”
under that load. Now and then, you could almost I went in and closed the door. Simple, eh? I had
hear the fat boss giving the other guy crap for not closed the door and locked myself in again! The
keeping up. I always wondered how the poor guy teacher pal loudly laughed through the door’s win-
would explain his thrown out back to the WCB. dow as I was once again trapped in my own jail.
But I guess this story is a great example of senior- At that same school, I had badminton games go-
ity at work. ing on in Grade 10 PE. When the kids had breaks
Here’s a little thing I like to do when I’m put on in games, I asked them to go up in the gallery area
hold on a phone call to a company or a bank. If and watch through the railing. For a laugh, one girl
there’s no music and I feel I’ve waited awhile, I like decided she’d see if her head would fit through the
to pick the worst song I know and play it for them. bars of that railing. It did. However, her head did
This really works when they’ve announced that the not want to return out of the railing as easily as it
call is being “monitored for quality purposes.” went in. She began to panic, and although I was
Any crappy song will do, but my favourites are chuckling, we worked to get her melon out of its
Macarena or Barbie Girl. prison. I sent a pal of hers to get some margarine
It’s okay, if you want to pause this column and from the Foods Lab, and we dabbed some on her
listen to the songs, I’ll wait. ears. OK, it was “slopping” more than “dabbing”…
OK, you’re back… great! There is nothing like but in my defense, a lesson needed to be learned.
the sound of a phone person who has just come We tucked in her well-basted ears and after a pro-
back from that kind of hold. “How d’ya like them longed time (can’t rush these things!), we freed her
apples?” head. A crisis averted and the class continued. I’ve
Like the Amazing Stories episode, I think I also learned that strange and dumb can happen to any-
have a magnetic personality. Now before you ac- one, especially me (“your honour, I’d like to offer
cuse me of bragging, my magnetic power seems to the waterbed story as Exhibit A …”) so take that,
involve “strange”. For whatever reason, I seem to Steven Spielberg… Strathmore has its own Amaz-
be around, or in, some weird events. Case in point: ing Stories!
a few years ago, I was gassing up at the Co-Op on (Random Thoughts is a slice of life humorous col-
the 817. A vehicle accident had just happened, and umn that appears in the Strathmore Times, written
the police were sorting it out and trying to clear by long-time resident, current mayor, husband, fa-
the intersection. Now, one of my university degrees ther and grandfather – Pat Fule. He is also a former
is PE, so I know that what I saw was dumb! One town councillor, high school teacher and coach. If
guy in the accident had decided he would drive his you would like to get in touch with Pat, you can
car slowly, turning left through the intersection to send him an e-mail at Pat.fule@shaw.ca)

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LEELA SHARON AHEER Did you know that our oilsands
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TEACH US TO PRAY
Pass the Salt swore on his own name; as well as
Hello Strathmore! I am saddened to begin my column by
sending my love and condolences to the family of my dear
per cent per barrel just in the last 20
years? What is remarkable is that there
are campaigns, including federal cam-
friend, MP Deepak Obhrai. Mr. Obhrai, who was born in Tan- paigns, that are trying to continue the
When Jesus’ disciples asked him how the Egyptians, still smarting from zania, was the longest-serving Conservative MP, and known
to teach them to pray, he gave their own gods’ disastrous defeat, landlock of our resources. This is just
as Dean of the Caucus. beyond my comprehension. These eco-
them a model prayer which is now will spin things to smear God’s name.
He was the first and only Hindu elected as an MP in Can- activist groups are stomping on your
very well known. Indeed, for many, And God responds favorably to these
simply saying the first two words, bold prayers for God to hallow his
ada. A young and vibrant 69, liver cancer took this beautiful quality of life and that of developing
Our Father, is enough to evoke the name. soul too soon. A fighter for human rights, this was a great countries around the world. This in-
entire prayer. When something is that Building our prayers upon first asking man of integrity and kindness who stood up for people with cludes the federal Liberals. How did
familiar, it’s sometimes hard to notice God to be true to his character passion and grace. He would write personal letters to new our industry become so politicized?
just how strange some bits are. also affects us. If we think through Canadians and he advocated for immigrant rights across the We need to work within our confed-
Take the first petition, for example: what that request really means in country. Our family has lost a friend and a brother, a pas-
Happy Birthday!
hallowed be Thy name. It’s easy to our current circumstance, we may sionate advocate and a truly beautiful person. We join with
eration to resolve this issue. No mat-
ter how many carbon taxes or caps on
let those
Origin words
Malting & just flow, as
Brewing Co.if simply discover
celebrated that whatyear
their second we need to pray in
in business millions of Canadians in sending our deepest condolences to
part of thewith
opening address and
production we do provincially or feder-
Strathmore an outdoor tentnot for Aug.
party on has changed.
2, with Jesus himself and
food trucks praysthe a great Chestermereian, Albertan and Canadian, the Honour-
an actual
release of arequest – analogous
new beer flavour, to this waybyasBen
and live music his death
Chase,approaches:
The Frontiers ally, we will never satisfy the activists
able MP Deepak Obhrai. that are trying to shut down the clean-
andthe form Cooper.
Devin of address encountered in “Now my soul is troubled, and what
Miriam Ostermann Photo I would also like to send my love and condolences to the est, most responsible producers in the
stories like Arabian Nights: “O King, shall I say? ‘Father, save me from
live forever.” this hour?’ No, it was for this very
victims, families, and survivors of the El Paso and Dayton world. Can we do better? Of course we
And yet, strange as it may seem, I reason I came to this hour. Father, shootings. Please remember them in your prayers. can, and we should and we will, but to
think Jesus intended our prayers to glorify your name!” In praying that I was thrilled to meet so many of you at the Strathmore constantly attack Canada is a detriment
begin by truly asking that God honor way, Jesus could be confident that Stampede this past weekend. If you want to get “grit in your to the world, to human rights and to
his name, respect his reputation, God would supply his most pressing teeth” close to great rodeo action and enjoy a host of other Canadians, so let’s stop with nonsense
act in accordance with his revealed need – the strength to stand in the family friendly events you can’t beat the Strathmore Stam-
character. For starters, the Bible time of trial.
Unit D, pede. I had the honour of participating in the parade. As
and focus on what we can do together.
The anti-oil Trudeau Liberals cannot
records some very bold, very 202learn
So, if we too truly Canal Court,
to first ask usual, Elvis The Wonder Dog stole the show along with the
powerful prayers that build on this God to honor hisStrathmore,
name, bring his
expect Canadians to truly believe that
AB beautiful horses pulling my friends Vern and Connie’s wag- they have our best interests at heart,
very idea. kingdom, and perform his will, we on. I would like to thank them and all the other volunteers
In Genesis 18, after God tells can be sure that we too will receive and it will take all Canadians to stop
who joined me at the parade and after for our joint barbecue
Abraham his plans concerning the 403.934.6044
what we truly need: daily food,
with MP Martin Shields. Kudos to Tessa and the rest of the
this anti-prosperity agenda. Well drill-
notorious Sodom, Abraham responds shelter and clothing; forgiveness ing is down, the purchase of TMX by
prowatersystems Strathmore Ag Society who organized another great Stam-
with this bold prayer: “Will you of sins; and the strength to forgive your tax dollars has done nothing to re-
sweep away the righteous with the others and to stand @gmail.com
against evil in the pede. Our agricultural societies connect us with the past and store investor confidence, and the pass-
wicked? … Far be it from you! Will time of trial. present of Alberta’s vibrant agricultural heritage. ing of the “no pipelines” bill C-69 along
not the Judge of all the earth do Lord, teach us to pray. Don’t forget to head to Pioneer Acres in Irricana, Where with the “oil tankers are fine unless
right?” And in Exodus 32, when faced History Comes Alive, August 9-11 for their 50th anniversary
with God’sWater Softeners, Iron Kern, Filters they are carrying Alberta oil” bill C-48
anger over the golden Rev. Malcolm Priest featuring horses and horse-drawn equipment. Come see the has brought nothing but uncertainty,
calf, Moses& Drinking Water Systems
reminds God of the St. Michael & All Angels Anglican teams and the equipment that helped build Alberta, with a
promise to Abraham to which God Church
but we will keep at it, and we will not
dedicated bunch of volunteers to answer all of your ques- back down. The Trudeau government
tions. Pioneer Acres is a labour of love and it shows. is anti-oil, anti-gas, anti-prosperity, and
anti-Canadian when it comes to Al-
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ST. MICHAEL & ALL ANGELS ANGLICAN in our lives make
more@assembly.ab.ca.
RCCG PECULIAR PEOPLE ASSEMBLY 103 - 227 3rd Ave. us who we are, (Leela Sharon Aheer is the MLA Elect
(1 PET. 2:9) 587-727-0649 but perhaps the for Chestermere-Strathmore, Minister of
322 A 2nd Avenue, Strathmore strathmoreanglican@gmail.com
Rev. Malcolm Kern
floods in our Status of Women and Minister of Cul-
403-714-2283
Pastor: Sunday Adeola Sunday Morning Worship 10:00 am lives actually ture and Multiculturalism)
Sunday Worship: 10:30 am “Becoming fully alive in Jesus Christ” reveal who we
Wednesday Bible Study: 7 pm
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COVENANT CHURCH
really are.
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Pastor: Heidi Wiebe
Worship Service Sundays 10 am
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Senior Pastor: Rev. Les Fischer
Youth Pastor: Rev. Kyle Lomenda www.hope-community.ca
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STRATHMORE ALLIANCE
9 am - 4 pm • Tues - Wed - Thur
Worship Service: 10:30 am
325 1 Ave • 403-934-3543 BBB Tip of the Week:
Corner of 1 Ave & Wheatland Trail
Student Rental Scams
meds
Children’s Church & Nursery in Service Lead Pastor: Mike Wiebe
Extending Grace - igniting hope Associate Pastor: John Duerksen
www.strathmorefullgospel.com Youth/Worthip Inter: Connor Hyde
LORD OF ALL (NALC) LUTHERAN 10:00 am Worship Service The beginning of the school year is only weeks JANET KANTERS
www.strathmorealliance.com away, but students are already having to do their Times Editor
112 Lakeside Blvd. • 403-934-2374
Pastor: Dawn Nelson STRATHMORE UNITED
research when it comes to finding a place of their
Worship Schedule own. Between scammers posing as landlords and Two Siksika residents pled guilty last
Wheatland Trail & 3rd Avenue
Thursday Evening 7:00 pm 403-934-3025 phony online ads, BBB says it’s crucial for students to week to distributing and selling pre-
Sunday Family 10:30 am Rev. Pamela Scott do their homework, and still listen to mom and dad, scription medications.
Christian Education Sunday Worship 10:30 am Crystal BullChief (45) and Melfort
For All - Ages 3-103 when looking for their own place.
Sunday School 10:30 am Three Suns (51) pled guilty in court on
Sunday at 9:30 am Nursery Care Provided BBB says do the heavy lifting July 25.
Join us in Praising our Lord, Jesus Christ! Wheel Chair Accessible beforehand by researching rentals with these tips: Last fall, Gleichen RCMP conducted
Loop system for the hearing impaired
STRATHMORE SEVENTH-DAY • The landlord is located elsewhere and prefers to a search warrant at a residence on
ADVENTIST CHURCH HARVEST HEALING CENTRE CHURCH communicate via e-mail. Scammers might say they have just been the Siksika Nation. The investigation
Meeting in the Lutheran Church 102 Canal Gardens relocated out of the country for a job or missionary work. If they can’t meet revealed that residents BullChief and
112 Lakeside Blvd. 587-227-6956 403-901-0893 / 403-880-3171 Three Suns were actively selling pain
Pastor: Donald Pierre
with you in person, it’s time to move on.
Pastor: Elizabeth Karp medications to other addicted persons
Services held every Saturday Pastor: Dave Mackie • The landlord asks for a deposit upfront. Don’t pay any money
Sabbath School: 10 AM
on the Nation.
Worship Sundays 10:30 am before inspecting the home, inside and out. Like many communities in Canada,
Worship Service: 11 AM Youth Tuesdays 7 pm
www.strathmoreadventist.ca Come Join us for a spirit-filled time • Read the contract carefully. The lease should include any the Siksika Nation is experiencing is-
donald816@hotmail.com of worship promises or agreements you’ve discussed with the landlord as well as sues with illegal distribution of opioids
payment amounts and timelines, the duration of the lease and the lease and other pain medications. This con-
cancellation policy.This is a good time to discuss your landlord’s policy on viction under the Food and Drug Act is
painting, hanging items on walls, hiring repair people and so on. a significant victory for the Siksika Na-
The Church of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints tion which is taking a lead on the fight
60 Maplewood Drive | Bishop Justin Hansen | jbhansen2@gmail.com against abuse of prescription medica-
403-983-2746 | LDS.org | Worship Service Sundays 10 a.m. Learn more at bbb.org tions.
August 9, 2019 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 7
YOUR WEEKLY
HEALTH ADVICE

Gord Morck
Pharmacist

Capsule Comments
All information found on the internet is not
reliable. Internet “bots” or robots serve a good use
by performing repetitive jobs like indexing a search
Rods n’ Restos engine. But some bots are malicious and can be
Numerous beautiful vehicles used to invade your home computer. Some spread
were on display during the false information about politics, science and health.
Rods ’n’ Restos annual car Don’t believe everything you read on the internet.
When it comes to health, turn to trusted sources like
show and open house on Aug.
your doctor and pharmacist.
4. Displays included Wade Gul-
mick with his 1955 Chev Bel Air “Polypharmacy” is defined as the simultaneous
(top right) and Bill and Darlene use of five or more medications. This is an
especially important concept in the elderly where
Spedding with their 1969 Ca-
use of multiple medications can increase the risk
maro (right).
of falls and confusion that may ultimately end
Miriam Ostermann Photos with a hospital admission. Have your medications
checked routinely by your doctor or pharmacist.

Wheatland Deputy Fire Chief Strathmore RCMP is


Smoking and being overweight are two of the
greatest causes of cancer in Canada. It is estimated
that the number of cancer cases due to excess weight
investigating the Theft of a
gains prestigious appointment Motorcycle that took place on
July 19, 2019. The Motorcycle
will triple by the year 2042. Everyone knows that
smoking causes cancer and that message is getting
through because less than 14% of us still smoke.
SHARON MCLEAY However, with obesity, the cancer link is harder
Times Contributor is described as a 2004 Ubilt Pro to appreciate but it must be heeded to keep cancer
rates down.
Venta Chopper with license
Wheatland County’s Deputy Fire Myopia (near-sightedness) is an eye condition
Chief Mac de Beaudrap received a pres- plate HHL74. where it is difficult to see distances. One in four
tigious honour this year. The motorcycle was home persons in the world are myopic and this number
is expected to increase to one in two by the year
He was appointed an aide-de-camp built and orange in colour. 2050. Outdoor sports are protective against myopia
to the Alberta Lt. Governor, the Hon- and children should be encouraged to take part in
ourable Lois E. Mitchell. these sports.
An aide-de-camp is a voluntary po- If you have any information Hours:
sition given to various military or civil that could help locate this M-F: 9 - 7 pm • Sat: 9 - 6 pm
officers by the Lieutenant Governor’s motorcycle, pleace contact Sun & Holidays: 11 - 5 pm
office. Strathmore RCMP.
de Beaudrap said there are other
Strathmore 132 - 2nd Ave.
aide-de-camp positions representing File: 20191065538 Strathmore
the military and police services in the
province, but this was the first year a 1-800-222-TIPS Ph: 403-934-3122
Fx: 403-934-6474
representative for Alberta firefighters
was chosen. The Alberta Fire Commis- (1-800-222-8477) Get the latest new products, special
savings, contests and more sent directly
sioner’s office nominated de Beaudrap to your email. Sign up today for the

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senting the service at events pertaining


Wheatland County Deputy Fire Chief received the

COULD BE HERE!
to the fire services. de Beaudrap has
honour of being an aide-de-camp to Alberta Lt.
served in the fire services for 36 years.
“It is a privilege and an honour to
be appointed, not only for myself, but
Governor Lois Mitchell. He accompanied her at
the Alberta Fire Chiefs annual conference where GET YOUR CLASSIFIED ADS
to be a representative for all the prov-
she presented Fire Services Exemplary Service
Medals.
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Contact Rose 403-934-5589 IN THE TIMES!
ince’s fire services. I am surprised and
humbled to be recognized amongst my
Redwood Meadows Fire rose@strathmoretimes.com Call 403-934-5589
peers for this appointment,” said de Be- with the Lt. Governor are given ap-
audrap. propriate discussion time, and ensure

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He considers it a highlight of his ca- appropriate organization and planning
reer and said he was walking on air for are done for given events.
several days after the appointment. In May, de Beaudrap was called to
Aide-de-camp duties include giving accompany the Lt. Governor to the Al-
protocol advice to hosting organiza- berta Fire Chiefs Association annual Serving our customers
tions for events, providing an introduc- conference, where she presented Fire
tion of the Lt. Governor to the host on Services Exemplary Service Medals.
Aerial Crop Spraying
arrival, closely accompanying the Lt. These awards are given to chosen Requirements with an
Governor throughout the function to firefighters with 20 years of exemplary AT-802A & AT-502B
offer advice and divert pressing crowds service, which includes duties that in-
or individuals, ensure those meeting volved potential risk. AIRCRAFT
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR We’ve got it
Aerial Crop
Thanks to the Reds covered! Spraying

To the Editor the team to the Calgary Stampede and


I would like to take a moment to send were delighted to pay back the Reds with Call NOW for all your Fungicide Spraying Needs!
a big thank you to the Strathmore Reds a visit to Strathmore. The Reds were ex-
baseball team, their parents, players and tremely generous hosts as they treated us Ground
the Strathmore community for hosting to a wonderful barbecue and social before Application TWO
the Libby, Montana Loggers this July for
a game.
the game. Relationships like these that are
built off the field are what makes being in- JOHN DEERE
The Loggers and Reds have a long- volved in youth baseball so rewarding. We R4045
standing relationship that originated with are so thankful for the support the Reds
the Reds attending our tournament in Lib- have shown our community over the years HIGH CLEARANCE
by for over a decade. The coaches, players
and parents have changed over the years
and look forward to continuing for many
years to come.
SPRAYERS
but the relationship between the teams From the entire Libby Loggers baseball 120 ft. boom
has remained the same. family, thank you to everyone involved for
The teams have grown so close that the a great weekend. Also, thank you to the
for less tracks
Reds alumni travel down every year for community of Strathmore. I hope you all
a weekend of alumni games. We sure do
cherish that weekend with those guys and
are already looking forward to taking back
know what an asset the Reds are to your
community. Continue to support their or-
ganization in any way you can.
CALVIN MURRAY
that Border Wars trophy that they took Kelly Morford Phone: (403) 533-2400 Fax: (403) 533-2401
home this year! Head Coach, Libby (MT) Loggers email: murraycb@telus.net
This summer, we travelled north to take American Legion Baseball
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STRATHMORE

“Providing Support to Low Income Senior Property Owners”


To apply please go to FCSS located at 116 3rd Ave.
For more information call 403-934-9090.
Qualifications
- Applications must be made before November - Applicants Annual gross household income is the
30th of the tax year being applied for; same as or less than the income thresholds set by
- Applicant must be 65 years of age or older; the Government of Alberta Senior Benefits Special
TOWN OF

- Applicant must be the registered homeowner Needs Assistance Program based on line
on title; 150 of the tax year notice of assessment;
- Applicant must reside in the home; - Applicant must provide Government issued
- Applicant must provide a copy of their 2018 photo ID;
Personal Income Tax Notice of Assessment - Applicant must provide a copy of property tax
with their application; statement.
- Applicants taxes are in good standing;

www.strathmore.ca
680 Westchester Road, Strathmore, AB T1P 1J1 • 403-934-3133 • Office Hours: M - F 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
August 9, 2019 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 9

Thrills and spills were the order of the day on both Aug. 3 and 4 when Running With the Bulls took
over the ag rodeo grounds. This was the 16th year the event was held during Strathmore Stampede.

Newcomers run with the Miriam Ostermann, Adelle Ellis, Manny Everett & Jody Schneider Photos

ics i nto
bulls – and win c e o f A ero d y n a m
u t t h e scien o l k i t
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close proximity with the wild and spir-
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LAURENCE HEINEN
Times Contributor ited bulls one night earlier.
n o mi c t
A g ro
your
“After the first run, I got into it,” he
A pair of first timers emerged as the said. “I was just out there, taunting them
big winners on back-to-back nights of and getting in front of them. I got back
the 16th annual Running with the Bulls to the fence and my buddy was like,
at the Strathmore Stampede. ‘Dude, everybody’s screaming for you.
After Justin Lindquist impressed the People are going nuts. You got this.’ I
judges with his daredevil antics on Sat- was alright, now I have to try and win.”
urday, Jon Croteau showed he had what Although he’ll have some bruises to
it took to go toe-to-toe with the bulls show for his run-ins with the livestock,
the next night. For their efforts, both Lindquist didn’t mind putting his body
rookie runners won $1,000. on the line in front of thousands of peo-
“It feels awesome, especially it being ple.
my first time,” said Lindquist, 21, of Ir- “This is the biggest adrenaline rush,”

Ag tips
ricana, whose friend urged him to sign he said shortly after being crowned as
up. “My buddy, he essentially never
stopped hounding me until I did it.”
Sunday’s winner. “It hurts, but pain goes
away. It was more for the experience Aircraft now equipped with
Like Lindquist, Croteau didn’t just than anything else.” Improved pattern quality - Reduced drift - Increased coverage
sign up on a whim. He has his wife Kin- When asked why he thought the judg-
dra to thank for insisting that he run
with the bulls.
es picked him as the winner, Lindquist
replied: “Confidence – don’t be afraid
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“My wife was like, ‘If you go in there, to get hurt because you’re going to get

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you’re going to win it,’” said Croteau, hurt. That’s kind of how you win. Some-
of Carseland, whose No. 41 on his back thing has to hit you. More than anything
matched his age. “I thought, what have else, have fun doing it.”
I got to lose? It’s 1,000 bucks, right? I Croteau also knew what he was get- 403-934-4880
thought I’d have a good time.” ting into when he signed up.
And boy, did he ever. Croteau seemed “One of my friends went in (a couple Targetairspray@gmail.com
to be right in the midst of the action years ago) and got… not gored, but hit
during all three rounds of the bulls be- with the horns one time,” said Croteau,
ing released into the infield. who initially balked at his wife’s request
“I was pretty close over there,” said for him to enter. “He had a big bruise,
Croteau, pointing towards the various but I don’t know if I’ll have bruises. I 120ft JD 4940 for ground
spots where he came face-to-face with took a couple of tumbles. That last buck applications
Ben
the wild beasts. “I touched his head be- was pretty good where he flipped me 403-901-9553
cause he was butting at me and flipped ass over tea kettle.”
me over and the same thing over there. With his prize money in hand, Cro-
He was kind of going after that other teau said he knew exactly what he’s go-
guy. I ran over to try and get his atten- ing to do with some of the cash.
tion and he came at me and flipped me “Take my wife out for dinner,” he said.
over.” “She got me to go in. I’ve got to give her
Lindquist also wasn’t afraid to get into some payback.”
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WHEATLAND
COUNTY
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS Roadside Mowing
Hearings will be held at the Wheatland County Council Chambers:
242006 Range Road 243 (East of Strathmore off Hwy 1) on
and Weed Spraying
Tuesday, August 20, 2019 commencing at 9 a.m. regarding the
County staff will begin mowing vegetation and spot
following:
spraying weeds of all municipal roadsides in mid June.
Bylaw #: Traffic Control Bylaw 2019-20 Weeds may be sprayed with the following herbicides;
Legal Description: County Wide Clearview - PCP #29752, Navius - PCP #31382, Truvist –
Proposal: For the purpose of updating all schedules with speed limit
changes, further, to delegate authority for temporary road closures to PCP#30920, Escort – PCP#23005, 2, 4-D – PCP #14726.
the General Manager that oversees the transportation department. The following schedule gives you an approximate
Bylaw #: 2019-02 time of when the mower/sprayers will be in your area.
Legal Description: SW-14-27-20-
W4M West Rotation
Proposal: Land use redesignation Grader Division Start Date Completion Date
for +/- 3.63 acres to redesignate 5 Mid July Early August
lands from Agricultural General, to 4 Early August Mid August
Country Residential to accommo- 9 Mid August Late August
date existing residential develop- 8 Late August Early September
ment.
East Rotation
Grader Division Start Date Completion Date
3 Mid July Early August
7 Early August Mid August
Bylaw #: 2019-16 11 Mid August Late August
Legal Description: NE-31-22- 8 Late August Early September
24W4M and NW-32-22-24-W4M
Proposal: redesigna- Grader division maps can be found on our website.
tion of a portion of the
NE-31-22-24 for +/-2.52 acres from ASB Bursary Applications are due August 31!
Country Residential to Agricul- Bursaries are available to students furthering their education at a post-
tural General (AG), and a portion secondary institution in an agriculture or environmental science related field.
of NW-32-22-24-W4M for +/-1.70 Applicants can receive up to $1500!
acres from Agricultural General to
Country Residential (CR). For more information and application packages, visit our website.

Environmental Stewardship Award Nominations


Bylaw #: 2019-17
Legal Description: Plan 131 2397,
are due August 31!
Do you know someone who goes above and beyond to protect or benefit
Block 2, Lot 1
the environment in some way? Nominate them for a $250 Environmental
Proposal: To redesignate +/-
Stewardship Award today!
10.91 acres of Plan 131 2397,
Block 2, Lot 1 from Agricultural For more information and nomination packages, visit our website.
General (AG) District to Country
Residential (CR) District.

Upcoming Meetings and Closures


August 13 August 20 September 3
Municipal Planning Regular Council Regular Council
Comments may be forwarded in writing to Wheatland County or in person at the above meeting. The application
files may be reviewed at the County office during regular office hours – Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Commission at 9 a.m. Meeting at 9 a.m. Meeting at 9 a.m.
Any comments provided will become part of the public record in accordance with Section 40 (1) of the Alberta
Freedom of Information and Protection Privacy Act. Any personal information on submissions made regarding Agenda packages and minutes are available on our website on the
applications is collected under the authority of the FOIP Act Section 33 (c) and subsequent versions of the Act.
Agendas and Minutes page.

More information can be found on our website.

Address: 242006 Range Rd 243 Phone: 403-934-3321 Mail: Hwy 1 RR 1, Strathmore, AB, T1P 1J6 Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

www.wheatlandcounty.ca
@wheatlandcounty
August 9, 2019 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 11

Cowboy Church

Siksika Children’s Services BBQ Client Appreciation BBQ

Parachutes for Pets MLA & MP Hot Dog Lunch


We’ll Make You Residential
Acreage
SMILE Award Winning

Please call 403-934-9681 REALTY HORIZON


to schedule your appointment
Alisa Wurz
Dr. Elizabeth Robinson • Dr. Leanne Lesniak (403) 934-7903
Legion Pancake Breakfast Strathmore Ford Breakfast
NEW PATIENTS WELCOME alisawurz@
hotmail.com
#11 - 55 Wheatland Trail, Strathmore
Visit my Website to find your

Plentiful www.CrystalRidgeDental.com
DREAM HOME @
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food
Several free breakfasts ROBERT D. WATSON ESTATE
and lunches were held

AUCTION
over the long week-
end to recognize and AUTOMOBILE, RECREATION,
celebrate Strathmore
Stampede festivities SHOP & HOUSEHOLD ESTATE
Western Financial Lunch

SAT., AUG 10
in and around town. In

10:30
addition, Strathmore
Alliance Church hosted Cowboy Church (top left) on Sunday, Aug. 4 with Pastor Mike Wiebe giving a A.M.
message. Meanwhile, Gregory, Harriman & Associates, Top Drawer Accounting, Farm Credit Canada, LOCATED: HERITAGE MOTOR INN - 1104 11 AVE SE - HIGH RIVER, ALTA
Community Futures Wildrose and Ducks Unlimited (top right) hosted their annual Client Appreciation
BBQ. Manny Everett, Rose Hamrlik & Miriam Ostermann Photos BMW, MERCEDES SPORTS VEHICLES: • Browning Marlin 45 Cal Rifle – Lever
& ROLLS ROYCE CARS: • 2009 Bmw F800gs Motorbike, Liquid Action
• 2011 BMW X5 Utility Vehicle, Diesel, Cool 800cc, Low Mileage, One Owner • Ruger 30-06 Rifle
Auto, Leather, Sunroof, Loaded S/n • 2011 Bmw 1200 Rt Motorbike, Low • Ruger M77 - 7 Mm Rifle With Scope
5UXZW0C50BL656325 Mileage, One Owner • Browning Pump Action 22
• 2004 Bmw 745i 4 Dr, Leather, • 2016 Honda Foreman Quad C/w Elec • Herbert Schmidt Mod 21 Pistol S/n
Sunroof, Silver, S/n Winch Like New, Less Than 25kms, 557408
Wbagl63494dp71883 Shedded
• 2011 Argo 8x8 All Terrain Vehicle SHOP TOOLS:
• 1998 Mercedes Benz, 4 Dr, Leather,
With Tracks, Removable Canvas Cab & • Mechanics Edge Upright 19 Drawer
Sunroof, Black, 128,386 Km On
Pipe Roll Bars, Low Hours Tool Chest
Odometer S/n
• Maximum Upright 17 Drawer Tool
WDBGA33G5WA387149 SEA CANS: Chest
• 1992 Mercedes Benz 300sd, 4 Dr, • 2 – 40’ Sea Cans – One Has A Leaky • Maximum 10 Drawer Tool Chest – Top
Leather, Sunroof, Blue, 157,515 Km Roof – These Sea Cans Are Located At And Bottom
On Odometer S/n Steve Selgensen’s -hawkeye Ranch • Craftsman Tool Chest
WDBGB34E7NA038521 Located 5 Km West Of Hussar On • Craftsman Tool Cabinet – Just Top
Frank McInenly • 1987 Mercedes Benz 300sdl, 4 Dr, Hwy #561 And 3 Km North On Hwy • Napa 4 Drawer Bottom Tool Chest
Auctions Ltd. Leather, Tan, 216,080 Kms On #203 • 2 New Maximum Wall Cabinets
Odometer S/n
ART: • 80 V Greenworks Leaf Blower
WDBCB2505MA285572
• Very, Very Large Selection Of Socket
• 1984 Rolls Royce Silver Spirit, 4 Dr, • Original Art Including: Sets, Wrenches, Specialty Tools,
Leather, Tan, 54,874 Kms, S/n • Roland Gissing Maximum, Craftsman & Snap On
SCAZS42A5ECX09499 • 3 George Horvath
• Large Quantity Of Drill Bit Sets, Snap
Coutts & Carway • Rick De Grandmaison
Duty Free COLLECTOR TRUCK: • Frank Leonard Brooks On Cordless Drills, Hyd Jacks,
• 1928 Mod A Roadster Pickup - • Frank Vervoot • Rigid Shop Vac
Restored And In Beautiful Condition • Horace Champagne • Iron Horse 5.5 Cfm Air Compressor
• 4 Michelin 255/55r-16 Radial Tires On
NEWSY • Harold Lloyd Lyon
The

Neighbour Magazine BOATS: • F S Challenger Bmw 5 Hole Rims


• 2012 Lund Tyee 18 ½’ Boat – Blue & • F A Verneer • Plus A Large Selection Of Other Tools
Beige- With Trailer C/w 2013 Honda • Plus A Selection Of Lithographic • Most Of These Tools And Equipment
Nightlife Band
www.niteliferocks.ca 150 Program Fuel Injected Vtc Avo Reproductions On Paper Have Had Very Little If Any Use And
Marine, And A 9.9 Honda Avo Marine • Photos Of The Original Art Will Be Are Like New
Trolling, Used For One Week Fishing On Our Wesbsite FURNITURE:
Trip
• Hovercraft Twin Engine Boat GUNS: • Pitney Bowes Floor Model
• Winchester Calgary Stampede Photocopier
CRAWLER LOADER: Commemorative Mod 94 Carbine • Dining Room Table & 8 Chairs
• 1976 Case 350 Crawler Loader 40 • Chiappa 1892 Mares Leg 357 • High Quality Leather Sectional
Hp– Only 256 Hrs On Meter S/n Magnum Rifle Chesterfield
3060923 – Sells C/w 18’ Triple Axle • Browning 2 ¾ Ga Shotgun – Pump • 4 Hancock & Moore Leather Recliners
Fd Trailer With Electric Tilt Action • High Back Leather Office Chair
• Benelli 12 Ga Shotgun • Plus A Large Selection Of Household
TRAILERS: • Browning Citori 2 ¾ Ga Shotgun – And Office Furniture That’s In Storage
• Southland 6 X 12 Dump Trailer C/w Over & Under
Elec Hoist S/n 2S9EM139X41014368 • Benelli Supernova 12 Ga Shotgun – • OWNER:
• 2011 - 24’ Aluma Aluminum Pump Action
• Ruger 22 Semi Auto Rifle – 50th ROBERT D WATSON ESTATE
Snowmobile Trailer S/n
14GSF2220CB082887 – Like New Anniversary Edition
AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Having received
WE ACCEPT INTERACT, instructions from the robert d watson estate,
Frank McInen VISA & MASTERCARD we welcome you to attend this most

ly Auctions L interesting sale. This listing is very partial


and there will be a lot of quality items not
“Selling is our
business,
our only busines
Box 839 • Vulca td.
n, Alberta T0L
2B0
listed. As you can tell by the listing, robert
liked quality items. This will be a very
s” interesting sale. Please plan to attend.
Viewing friday from 5 pm to 7 pm and from
CHECK OUT www.mcinenly.com 8:30 am til sale time at 10:30 am on
Bus.: 403-485-2440 Res: 403-485-2529 Sales Day: 403-485-8154 Saturday.
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Entertainment galore
There was no shortage of things to see and do
during this year’s 53rd annual Strathmore Stam-
pede.
Adelle Ellis, Miriam Ostermann,
Manny Everett & Brad Everett Photos

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AUGUST 9, 2019

SPORTS
Team Roping - Heeler Joey Romo ll (l) (Nanton) Team Roping - Heeler Kasper Roy (l) (Mossleigh) Team Roping - Heeler Jeremy Buhler (l) (Arrowwood)
& Header Riley Roy (Strathmore) & Header Kal Fuller (Bozeman MT) & Header Kolton Schmidt (Barrhead)

Team Roping - Heeler Tristan Woolsey (l) (Nanton)


Steer Wrestling - Denver Roy (Dalemead) & Header Denver Johnson (Strathmore) Steer Riding - Beau Gardner (Arrowwood)

Barrell Racing - Rebecca Miller


(Dalemead)

Steer Riding Junior - Griffin Koester Saddle Bronc - Kole Aschbacher Tie Down Roping -
(Rockyford) (Arrowwood) Bareback Novice - Sam Church (Strathmore) Shawn Miller (Dalmead)

Tie Down Roping - Dawson Johnson


Team Roping - Header Wace Pallesen (r) (Strathmore) & Heeler Scott Duff (Millarville) Team Roping - Header Doug Wilkinson (r) (Arrowwood) & Heeler Joe Guze (Drayton Valley) (Strathmore)

Rodeo action was fast and furious at this year’s Strathmore Stampede, which featured numerous locals competing.
Doug Taylor Photos

High scores dominated in final rodeo performance


LAURENCE HEINEN “I was plum tickled when I seen the draw,” said the to get to come ride up here.”
Times Contributor 25-year-old cowboy from Cadogan, Alta., who took Also on Monday, Rhen Richard of Roosevelt, Utah,
home $5,730.24 after his thrilling ride atop Stevie edged out Didsbury’s Morgan Grant to win the tie-
Dawson Hay and Clint Laye saved the best for last at Knicks. “That’s the second time I’ve got to match up down roping competition. Richard stopped the clock
the 2019 Strathmore Stampede rodeo on Monday. with her. A guy could wait a long time to draw a good in 7.7 seconds to win $6,175.80, while Grant’s time of
As the final competitors to go in their respective horse like that. So, it’s definitely exciting. 7.8 seconds won him $5,661.80.
events, both Hay and Laye emerged as champions in “A bit of a pressure horse, I was a bit nervous today Team ropers Dawson and Dillon Graham of Wain-
front of an appreciative crowd. because there’s a lot on the line when you know it’s in wright, Alta., set the time to beat of 4.9 seconds on
While Hay had an impressive 90.75-point ride atop your hands to win it.” Monday and it held up to earn them a payday of
Get Smart to win the saddle bronc competition, Laye Like Hay, Laye was pleased to win in Strathmore for $3,468.60 each.
won the bareback event thanks to his 88.75-point per- the first time. Bertina Olafson of Hudson Bay, Sask., posted the
formance aboard Stevie Knicks. “It’s always been a rodeo on my bucket list to win,” fastest time of 17.383 seconds in the ladies’ barrel rac-
As the final saddle bronc rider to compete, Hay gave he said. “I remember coming here in the steer riding ing event to win $6,636.40, while Evan Spady of Alli-
fans a performance reminiscent of the ones his father in ’05, so I’ve been putting in quite a bit of time here ance, Atla. stopped the clock in 3.9 seconds to finish as
Rod gave during his many successful years on the ro- at Strathmore, quite a few years. This is a big rodeo in the top steer wrestler to take home $5,625.90.
deo circuit. Alberta and it’s just always been a part of my life.” On Saturday Jayden Blacker won the novice saddle
“It’s a great rodeo,” said the 21-year-old cowboy from While Hay and Laye had what it took to win on Mon- bronc event with a ride of 76.5 points atop Unit Doc-
Wildwood, Alta., who won $6,226.56. “I love coming day, none of the competitors in the bull riding event tor.
here. This is one of the rodeos that I always remem- were able to accomplish the same feat. Blacker, who hails from Windsor, New South Wales,
ber growing up around. My dad would always take us That meant Sage Kimzey of Strong City, Okla., Clay- Australia, originally posted a score of 66.5 points
here every year, so to have success here meant a lot ton Sellars of Stephenville, Texas, and Trey Benton of aboard Twilight Moon but was given a re-ride and took
for sure.” Rock Island, Texas, all tied for top spot and identical full advantage of his second chance.
Knowing he had to beat the score of 86.25 that Ben payouts of $5,250.21 thanks to their 88.5 rides atop “I didn’t have much time to prepare for the next one,
Andersen posted earlier during the four-day event, Hay Gray Tower III, Whiskey Hand and Tubs Nickle, re- but I’m glad we got it done,” Blacker said. “I kind of
was happy that he drew Get Smart. spectively. rushed back to the chutes and got all my buddies to
“It was either going to be really good or really bad,” It’s been quite the year so far for Kimzey, who help me put my saddle on. I knew that horse was go-
Hay said. “He’s just amazing every single trip. I knew cashed a cheque for $100,000 for winning the bull rid- ing to be nice. I took it moment-by-moment, I’d say.”
that if I made the whistle, I’d probably be pretty good. ing event at the Calgary Stampede. Chett Deitz of Milo, Alta., finished atop the novice
That’s not very easy on that one.” “A lot of practise and a lot of hard work is all I can bareback standings with a 71.75-point ride, while Tris-
Laye also knew he had his work cut out to beat the say,” said Kimzey, who also won in Strathmore last ten Manning of Yellowhead County, Alta., won the
86.75-point ride Ty Breuer posted to lead the bareback year. “It’s all just about how much work you put into it. boys’ steer-riding competition with an impressive ride
competition heading into the final afternoon of action. Strathmore’s a great rodeo to come to. It’s always fun of 74.25 points.
August 9, 2019 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 15

The U12 (above) competitive team won first place in Calgary regular season play. In Calgary minor
league play, the U16 Thunder (top right) competitive team captured gold in the playoffs.
Photos Courtesy of Strathmore Thunder
Experience the wonders...
Strathmore Thunder girls’
fastpitch softball program
looking to the future
CHRISTINE FOSHAUG teams to play,” explained Johnson. “The
Times Contributor south team for the games in Strathmore
may have a few local players that have
The Strathmore Thunder girls’ fast- expressed interest in the tryouts.
pitch softball program is winding up “It will be a good opportunity for
a successful season, and looking for- our younger players and fans to get
ward to the future that includes a spe- another perspective on how the game
cial two-game event on Aug. 27. is played,” added Johnson, who had an
This year, 115 girls played on 10 opportunity to play against a Japan na-
teams, from U10 to U16, with com- tional team when she was playing years
petitive teams and development teams back in New Zealand. “It will be excit- X19081DA0
in each age group. In Calgary minor
league play, the U16 Thunder competi-
ing as the Japan style of play is very,
very fast. Hopefully we will arrange ...of farm to table
tive team captured gold in the playoffs. some time for our younger players to
The U16 development team won the take the field with the Japan group for
silver medal in the Division 2 playoffs,
along with a silver medal in tourna-
ment play.
some practice as well.”
In terms of the outlook for next year,
Johnson said the main goal is to im-
albertafarmdays.com
The U12 competitive team placed 1st prove Strathmore’s competitive levels
in Calgary regular season play. Both for 2020, since they’ve had a two- to Alberta Open Farm Days is your chance to
U12 development teams won silver three-year lull in provincial results and
medals in Calgary league playoffs in want to improve on that. show support for your rural neighbours and
their respective 2A and 3A divisions. Strathmore’s development participa-
Strathmore hosted the girls’ fastpitch the province’s farms, ranches and agricultural
tion is in good shape, noted Johnson,
softball provincials July 5-7 for the with a lot of girls learning and having businesses. Meet the farmers, shop at local
U16B and U14B age groups, with 10 fun at the same time, which is positive.
teams in each division from across Al- Another positive is a number of players retailers and experience the best Alberta
berta. looking to move up a level. August 17-18, 2019 agriculture has to offer.
The Strathmore U14 just missed the “Overall, we’d like to move ahead a
medal round with a 2-2 record in the full step with our off-season training
preliminary round, and the U16 end- Culinary Events
and coaching to keep the fun aspect
ed with a 1-3 record, despite holding & Farm Tours
and achieve the positive results back in
huge leads in two of their preliminary our entire program.”
round games.
The U12 competitive team finished WHEATLAND SENIORS TRANSPORTATION SOCIETY
with a 2-2 record at provincials in Ed-
monton, and the U10 competitive team
Strathmore Legion Branch #10 NEWS The Shopping Bus
The Shopping Bus started in the 1970’s with Mr. Peter Ludwig who owned and op-
made a great run at provincials in Med- By Basil Dwyer. For further information, please call the Legion at 403.934.5119
erated his own bussing company. He was able to secure a grant to aide with the cost
icine Hat where they dropped only the of running a bus from Rosedale to various small communities in Wheatland County.
bronze medal game, finishing 4th in • The Royal Canadian Legion would like to THANK Irene This bus would pick seniors up from Hussar, Standard, Rockyford and Strathmore and
Alberta. Knapp for everything she has done for the Legion. Irene has take them to different shopping malls in and around Calgary on a regular basis and at
an affordable cost. When Mr. Ludwig retired his son and daughter-in-law continued
The Strathmore Thunder fastpitch had to step down due to health reasons and we will try as to provide the service. This service is well received, and the bus was usually full or
softball program began in 2007-08, but
best we can to fill her shoes. nearly full.
since 2011 the focus has been to serve In 1981 an executive was formed in Strathmore under the name Wheatland Seniors
both the competitive player and the Transportation and continued with the same service and The Ludwig’s continued to
development/community player. • The Annual Stampede Pancake Breakfast was provide the bus.
“We have had great success in both fantastic again this year and we would like to thank all the In 2005 a volunteer executive was formed. Each community was allotted seats on
levels up to and including provincial the bus according to population so that everyone had a chance to ride.
play,” said Lanky Johnson, program ad-
Volunteers that helped make it happen. In 2006 the Ludwig’s retired and a new bus charter was found. Pegasus charter bus
was from the Hanna area.
viser/director for the Strathmore Thun- In 2013 a Board of Directors was formed who then applied to The Society Act and
der. “In provincial play, we have 18 • We have Chase the Ace happening weekly on Friday received a Certificate of Incorporation in May.
medals accumulated over the years in from 6-8pm with a pot of over $3000. Meat draws are also In 2014, due to declining ridership, seniors from Drumheller, who no longer had a
both competitive and development lev- bus service, were invited to also come on the bus. In April of that year a new charter
els, plus have medalled at two western
Friday Evenings starting at 6pm. company had to be found. Another charter company from the Hanna area, Loran
Charters, took on the service. Because the ridership has continued to decline this
Canadian finals and have participated
service has now been extended to include seniors from Hanna.
in nationals as well.” • Other events at the legion include, a Market with lots of The Shopping bus now goes to a different indoor malls in Calgary, as well as Cross
On Aug. 27, the Strathmore Thun- vendors and homemade items on August 18th from 11am- Iron Mills, the 2nd. Tuesday of each month on a rotating basis. It is available for se-
der will be hosting a U19 team from niors 50+ however, seniors 65+ are given preference. These trips enable seniors who
Hokkaido, Japan for two games at the
3pm. Crib is on Thursdays at 7pm, Everyone is welcome to are still mobile to maintain some of their independence by allowing them to shop,
Strathmore ag grounds. Sherwood Park join. Bingo will be starting back up in September. make appointments in the city, meet with family or friends or just provide an oppor-
tunity for an outing. Unfortunately, the bus is not wheelchair accessible, but walkers
will be hosting another doubleheader. may be taken.
This will be the second part of the Ja- The bus is totally run by volunteers and is a non-profit organization. It is dependent
pan exchange event, since the first part AT THE GOING DOWN OF THE SUN, AND IN THE MORNING, on grants and donations help to keep the fee low enough so that it is affordable by all.
was held last year in Japan. WE WILL REMEMBER THEM. At this time, there are not many taking advantage of this service and we are in danger of
“Softball Alberta will be forming two losing it due to both lack of riders and lack of volunteers for the board.
August 9, 2019 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 15

The U12 (above) competitive team won first place in Calgary regular season play. In Calgary minor
league play, the U16 Thunder (top right) competitive team captured gold in the playoffs.
Photos Courtesy of Strathmore Thunder
Experience the wonders...
Strathmore Thunder girls’
fastpitch softball program
looking to the future
CHRISTINE FOSHAUG teams to play,” explained Johnson. “The
Times Contributor south team for the games in Strathmore
may have a few local players that have
The Strathmore Thunder girls’ fast- expressed interest in the tryouts.
pitch softball program is winding up “It will be a good opportunity for
a successful season, and looking for- our younger players and fans to get
ward to the future that includes a spe- another perspective on how the game
cial two-game event on Aug. 27. is played,” added Johnson, who had an
This year, 115 girls played on 10 opportunity to play against a Japan na-
teams, from U10 to U16, with com- tional team when she was playing years
petitive teams and development teams back in New Zealand. “It will be excit- X19081DA0
in each age group. In Calgary minor
league play, the U16 Thunder competi-
ing as the Japan style of play is very,
very fast. Hopefully we will arrange ...of farm to table
tive team captured gold in the playoffs. some time for our younger players to
The U16 development team won the take the field with the Japan group for
silver medal in the Division 2 playoffs,
along with a silver medal in tourna-
ment play.
some practice as well.”
In terms of the outlook for next year,
Johnson said the main goal is to im-
albertafarmdays.com
The U12 competitive team placed 1st prove Strathmore’s competitive levels
in Calgary regular season play. Both for 2020, since they’ve had a two- to Alberta Open Farm Days is your chance to
U12 development teams won silver three-year lull in provincial results and
medals in Calgary league playoffs in want to improve on that. show support for your rural neighbours and
their respective 2A and 3A divisions. Strathmore’s development participa-
Strathmore hosted the girls’ fastpitch the province’s farms, ranches and agricultural
tion is in good shape, noted Johnson,
softball provincials July 5-7 for the with a lot of girls learning and having businesses. Meet the farmers, shop at local
U16B and U14B age groups, with 10 fun at the same time, which is positive.
teams in each division from across Al- Another positive is a number of players retailers and experience the best Alberta
berta. looking to move up a level. August 17-18, 2019 agriculture has to offer.
The Strathmore U14 just missed the “Overall, we’d like to move ahead a
medal round with a 2-2 record in the full step with our off-season training
preliminary round, and the U16 end- Culinary Events
and coaching to keep the fun aspect
ed with a 1-3 record, despite holding & Farm Tours
and achieve the positive results back in
huge leads in two of their preliminary our entire program.”
round games.
The U12 competitive team finished WHEATLAND SENIORS TRANSPORTATION SOCIETY
with a 2-2 record at provincials in Ed-
monton, and the U10 competitive team
Strathmore Legion Branch #10 NEWS The Shopping Bus
The Shopping Bus started in the 1970’s with Mr. Peter Ludwig who owned and op-
made a great run at provincials in Med- By Basil Dwyer. For further information, please call the Legion at 403.934.5119
erated his own bussing company. He was able to secure a grant to aide with the cost
icine Hat where they dropped only the of running a bus from Rosedale to various small communities in Wheatland County.
bronze medal game, finishing 4th in • The Royal Canadian Legion would like to THANK Irene This bus would pick seniors up from Hussar, Standard, Rockyford and Strathmore and
Alberta. Knapp for everything she has done for the Legion. Irene has take them to different shopping malls in and around Calgary on a regular basis and at
an affordable cost. When Mr. Ludwig retired his son and daughter-in-law continued
The Strathmore Thunder fastpitch had to step down due to health reasons and we will try as to provide the service. This service is well received, and the bus was usually full or
softball program began in 2007-08, but
best we can to fill her shoes. nearly full.
since 2011 the focus has been to serve In 1981 an executive was formed in Strathmore under the name Wheatland Seniors
both the competitive player and the Transportation and continued with the same service and The Ludwig’s continued to
development/community player. • The Annual Stampede Pancake Breakfast was provide the bus.
“We have had great success in both fantastic again this year and we would like to thank all the In 2005 a volunteer executive was formed. Each community was allotted seats on
levels up to and including provincial the bus according to population so that everyone had a chance to ride.
play,” said Lanky Johnson, program ad-
Volunteers that helped make it happen. In 2006 the Ludwig’s retired and a new bus charter was found. Pegasus charter bus
was from the Hanna area.
viser/director for the Strathmore Thun- In 2013 a Board of Directors was formed who then applied to The Society Act and
der. “In provincial play, we have 18 • We have Chase the Ace happening weekly on Friday received a Certificate of Incorporation in May.
medals accumulated over the years in from 6-8pm with a pot of over $3000. Meat draws are also In 2014, due to declining ridership, seniors from Drumheller, who no longer had a
both competitive and development lev- bus service, were invited to also come on the bus. In April of that year a new charter
els, plus have medalled at two western
Friday Evenings starting at 6pm. company had to be found. Another charter company from the Hanna area, Loran
Charters, took on the service. Because the ridership has continued to decline this
Canadian finals and have participated
service has now been extended to include seniors from Hanna.
in nationals as well.” • Other events at the legion include, a Market with lots of The Shopping bus now goes to a different indoor malls in Calgary, as well as Cross
On Aug. 27, the Strathmore Thun- vendors and homemade items on August 18th from 11am- Iron Mills, the 2nd. Tuesday of each month on a rotating basis. It is available for se-
der will be hosting a U19 team from niors 50+ however, seniors 65+ are given preference. These trips enable seniors who
Hokkaido, Japan for two games at the
3pm. Crib is on Thursdays at 7pm, Everyone is welcome to are still mobile to maintain some of their independence by allowing them to shop,
Strathmore ag grounds. Sherwood Park join. Bingo will be starting back up in September. make appointments in the city, meet with family or friends or just provide an oppor-
tunity for an outing. Unfortunately, the bus is not wheelchair accessible, but walkers
will be hosting another doubleheader. may be taken.
This will be the second part of the Ja- The bus is totally run by volunteers and is a non-profit organization. It is dependent
pan exchange event, since the first part AT THE GOING DOWN OF THE SUN, AND IN THE MORNING, on grants and donations help to keep the fee low enough so that it is affordable by all.
was held last year in Japan. WE WILL REMEMBER THEM. At this time, there are not many taking advantage of this service and we are in danger of
“Softball Alberta will be forming two losing it due to both lack of riders and lack of volunteers for the board.
Page 16 • Strathmore TIMES • August 9, 2019 www.StrathmoreTimes.com

Appeal to
Strathmore
residents to
reduce
non-essential
water use Strathmore library
EPCOR volunteers Jaden
Media Release Frizzell (l-r), Mor-
gan Bahan and
EPCOR is calling on Strathmore resi- Danya Wheeler.
dents to reduce non-essential water use Linda Jensen
on Aug. 14 and 21, 2019. Photo

Library offers something for everyone


On Aug. 14, the City of Calgary will
be conducting leak detection testing on
the East Calgary Regional Water Line,
which will shut down the line for up LINDA JENSEN kick-off event, children were invited to combines relationship with connection
to 10 hours. On Aug. 21, the city will Times Contributor make their way around a selection of and networking for the future.”
then conduct an inspection of its test-
STEAM stations where they could code Programming coming soon to Strath-
ing, leading to another shut down for
Baby rock ’n’ roll, 900 mysteries and items or create their own robot mouse. more library includes Adventure Day
up to 10 hours.
improv – your local library might just People can also come into the library on Aug. 12 from 2-4 p.m. At least eight
Strathmore receives its water supply
be better than Netflix. to play board games or cards, match to 10 volunteers, along with FCSS and
through this water line so, on Aug. 14
Indeed, Strathmore Municipal Li- pattern blocks or build Lego towers, others, will set up stations for a pre-
and 21, no additional water will be dis-
brary isn’t just a place to browse, read and even to knit. dicted 100 children, ages five to 18. Al-
tributed to the Town of Strathmore.
or borrow books. Erison knows the importance of a though the stations are mostly indoors,
EPCOR is asking the public to elimi-
“Libraries are more of a community library from her own experience. “I an outdoor obstacle course is also
nate non-essential water use, such as
hub, a place where people are happy didn’t grow up going to the library; I planned, weather permitting.
watering of lawns, gardens, trees or
and a place where happy people go,” wasn’t a reader,” she said. “In my twen- According to volunteer Danya
shrubs; washing cars or driveways; do-
said Carmen Erison, assistant director ties, I was drawn to the library. I real- Wheeler, there are a lot of fun activi-
ing laundry; filling a Jacuzzi, hot tub or
of library services and 10-year library ized what a library gives to the com- ties planned for Adventure Day. “Some
swimming pool.
veteran. munity and that was when I realized of which are target practise, decoding,
Also, we are encouraging residents to
Erison added people want access what I needed to focus on for my ca- reading the signs, campfire songs and
practice wise water use. For example,
to a variety of current resources, pro- reer.” many more. Students are welcome to
take short showers instead of baths and
grams and services while building rela- It takes good people to provide do all of the activities, or not.”
turn off the tap while brushing your
tionships. She said Strathmore Library good programs. Jaden Frizzell is a Participants will each get an ad-
teeth or shaving.
has a contemporary approach to serv- high school student volunteer in the venturer’s handguide which will be
EPCOR stores drinking water in a res-
ing the community and its needs. library summer program. She said she stamped as they finish each station.
ervoir in Strathmore, which is enough
The library now has the new Smore likes the drop-in idea for Monday pro- Once all stations are complete, they
for three days of typical summer water
Stuff Collection which gives library grams and the volunteer opportunities will receive an expert’s explorer cer-
use as well as to ensure fire protection;
members the opportunity to borrow it opens to 14- to 19-year-olds. tificate.
however, we are asking residents to
unique items without a financial in- “It’s just such a good opportunity Volunteer Morgan Bahan said she is
conserve water to ensure an adequate
vestment. Some of the unique items (and) positive environment, it’s great,” excited about Adventure Day and all
water supply while testing and inspec-
include pedometers, a keyboard, a gi- said Frizzell, who added she is cau- the programs available at the library.
tion are conducted.
ant snakes and ladders game, a blood tiously aware of laying the ground- “It’s nice to see people bring their kids
There will still be water at the taps for
pressure monitor, life jackets and pow- work for herself in terms of work to the library,” she noted. “We’re very
residents to use on Aug. 14 and 21, and
er tools. and career. “The summer reading pro- community oriented, especially for our
the water remains safe to drink. EPCOR
In June, the library hosted a STEAM gram is a good way to enter into the drop-in days.”
continues to apply all of its technology
fair, which stands for science, technol- job force and find our career path. It More programming, events and ser-
and resources to ensure water quality in
ogy, engineering, arts and math. Devel- builds confidence and independence, vices are all available at the touch of a
Strathmore.
oped as the Summer Reading Program communication and responsibility. It finger, at strathmorelibrary.ca.

Rosebud wastewater pilot awaits county approval


LAUREEN F. GUENTHER program in favour of chipping some wastewater from cussion and then went on summer break.
Times Contributor Gleichen, which was obviously not impacted by that “I believe they (council) have a fairly progressive
additive,” she said. “We were able to run another ad- view of how to incorporate management of the envi-
Symbiotic EnviroTek completed an algae-based ditional 11 cycles, to try to confirm what exactly was ronment and building a little more resiliency in terms
wastewater treatment pilot project in Rosebud, 2018 going on. And our results for the Gleichen wastewater of infrastructure,” Huculak said. “They’ve stated those
to early 2019. were excellent, and as expected. So we then finished priorities as part of their strategic plan, so I think it’s
On July 2, 2019, Symbiotic presented the pilot re- off the additional runs for the Rosebud wastewater us- all pretty good. We just need their go-ahead to go.”
sults to Wheatland County council, and Elizabeth ing a prefiltration system.” Symbiotic hopes to hear from council this month,
Huculak, Symbiotic’s vice-president of products and That strategy was somewhat effective in dealing with a decision about next steps. Then they’ll submit
operations, said council’s response to the presentation with the impact of the additive, said Huculak. the project to Alberta Environment for approval.
seemed very positive. Now Symbiotic awaits council’s “The conclusion generally for the pilot was that we “We are ready to move forward with an application
decision. knocked it out of the park, in terms of the regulatory to Alberta Environment,” Huculak said.
Many of the challenges encountered by the pilot requirements for the cBODs (carbonaceous biochemi- Symbiotic has also decommissioned the pilot.
project served to demonstrate the project’s resiliency, cal oxygen demand), TSS (total suspended solids) and If Symbiotic were to install a full-scale Rosebud
said Huculak. Other challenges gave opportunity for the fecal coliform,” she said. “That was better than any Symbiotic facility, it would likely be on land that the
further problem solving, leading to successful results. other system, once we got to near zero on each one of county has an option to purchase, slightly north of the
To start with, said Huculak, because of funding de- those (levels), which is what was required.” Rosebud hamlet.
lays, the pilot started about four months later than Symbiotic wasn’t as pleased about the depletion of Two other southern Alberta communities are also
hoped, so it was operating through December and the nitrogen and phosphorus levels, which were de- awaiting Alberta Environment’s decision about this
January, the coldest months of the year. pleted to 60 to 80 per cent but not as low as they’d project, she said.
The equipment performed very well during an “in- hoped. “We’re very confident that the results met all of the
credible cold winter spell.” They were able to maintain They now believe they have a solution for that prob- expectations that (Alberta Environment) set out, as far
heat in the system during a power outage. And the lem too. as a provable facility,” said Huculak. “So it’s really just
equipment was unaffected by a flood in April. “It comes back to dealing with that nutrient balance a decision-making process right now.”
However, in May or June, they noticed the accumu- at the front end,” Huculak said. “A little more dilu- She emphasized the pilot results haven’t been sub-
lation of an unexpected substance in the discharge tion of wastewater at the front end will assure that mitted to Alberta Environment yet, but Symbiotic’s
water. we can get to less than one milligram (mg) per litre, data analysis meets all the requirements.
“Wheatland County had authorized a septic tank which is our target. That will also ensure we get to the “We don’t anticipate a problem, but it’s not approved
supplement to be added (to the Rosebud wastewa- biomass yield we’re looking for, which slightly under- until it’s approved,” she said.
ter),” Huculak said. “That supplement was mostly car- performed where we wanted to be, just because again In the meantime, Symbiotic continues to move for-
bon and kind of offset the balance of what we were there was way more nutrient than could be absorbed ward with other aspects of the technology, Huculak
working with.” by the algae that was in each cycle.” said.
It took time to address that issue. When Symbiotic presented results of the pilot to “It’s all about what we can do for Wheatland County
“We ended up suspending the Rosebud part of the Wheatland council on July 2, council postponed dis- and the rural areas in southern Alberta.”
August 9, 2019 • Strathmore TIMES • Page 17
TIMES
CLASSIFIEDS
THANK YOU ANNOUNCEMENT
Obituary
KAISER, Craig
Craig Steven Kaiser was born September 23, 1969 in Bassano, Alberta. He lived in the Hus-
sar area all of his life, on farms north of town. Craig’s involvement in agriculture started at a
Thank You
young age and lasted his entire life. He was an active 4-H member and leader and enjoyed Our deepest gratitude to the
farming grain and raising animals. His heart was in the prairies, and he enjoyed the beauty of Rockyford Fire Department and
his vocation through the seasons. In 2004 Craig married the love of his life, Kooter, and they had three chil-
dren, Belva Mae, Jack Cotton and Mavie Ida. Craig was a generous man, happy to share his time, knowledge Calgary Firefighters Honour
and especially a good laugh with those around him. He will be remembered for his humorous observations
and clever twists of words. Craig took the time to savor the splendor around him and was patient and gentle,
Guard, Pipes & Drums for
honouring John Jr. at his Morgan
& Lane
perhaps this is why children were so drawn to him. Craig loved to be home and was called to his home in
heaven July 29, 2019. Memorial Service.
Craig was predeceased by his mother Rita (Mitzel) Kaiser, father Albert (Sonny) Kaiser.
He is survived by his wife Kooter (Klemmensen) Kaiser, children; Belva, Jack and Mavie Kaiser, brother Barry Thank you to the Rockyford Fire
(Lee-Ann) Kaiser, and numerous nieces and nephews. Department, Village of Rockyford, The families of
A funeral was held for Craig on Tuesday, August 6, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. at the Hussar Community Hall.
Wheatland County, EMS and MORGAN McCALLUM and
Courtney-Winter’s Funeral Homes were in care of the arrangements.
surrounding area for your support LANE WILSON
and thoughtful words during this are very happy to announce their
difficult time. engagement and wedding.
Obituary Please join us in celebration on
Finally, our family sends a special August 24th, 2019 at 8:30 p.m. at
DOERKSEN, Anne thank you to the community of the Standard Community Hall.
Anne Doerksen, a most excellent mother, grandmother, great grandmother, sister friend and Rockyford for their continual love
loving partner to Jake Doekrsen for the past 64 years, passed away in Calgary on Thursday,
August 1st, 2019 after a 3 month struggle with pancreatic cancer. Anne lived a full life, dem- and support in our times of need.
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giving, a warm sense of humour and inclusive love with her family, friends and countless guests in com- John Garvin, and family

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munities she lived and served. Anne’s Strong faith in God and love for others guided her life decisions as she
provided essential support and encouragement for family, farming, community and church ministry. Anne
loved her family, ocean-side strolls, family vacations, taking photos, family history, singing and playing music,
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whistling, beautiful sunsets and vast landscapes. She enjoyed collaborating with others, including editorial
roles for several Gem history and cook books. Anne’s presence will be fondly missed by her loving husband
Jake; children and their spouse; Ken (Sharon), Arno (Wanda), Cheryl (John) Hildrebrand, Gerry (Donna) and Thinking 5-7 pm
Tim (Yvonne); 12 grandchildren; 11 great grandchildren, her remaining siblings, extended family and all who about
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shared at her table. Anne was born in Cereal, Alberta on Decmeber 24th, 1931 to David and Anna Wiens. Her
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childhood was spend in East Coulee, Alberta and completed public school in Gem. Before marriage in 1955,
Anne studied in Calgary and worked as a Nursing Aid in Bassano, Gleichen and Brooks and attendee Bible
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School in Coaldale. Anne and Jake lived and farmed in Gem until 2012 when they retired to Strathmore and
engaged with their condo and church communities and made many new friends. We would like to thank
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since May for the excellent care that Anne received. Memorial services will be held on Friday, August 9th at cereal boxes, egg
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