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2 O c t o b e r 5 ' 1 7 H A N N A / c O r O N A t i O N / S t e t t l e r , A b . E C A r e v i e w Facebook Photo Snow storm J. Webster ECA Review East Central Alberta long time residents have never seen a snow storm like the one that blew in on Sun. late evening, Oct. 1 and snowed until late Mon. afternoon and continued blowing until late into Mon. night, Tues. morning. Stranded motorists filled the hotels/motels and the Hanna Community Centre was opened to accommodate other travellers. Many were trapped on the road and rescuers were kept busy through Mon. and into the night rescuing stranded travellers. Facebook lit up with posts. Chad Heggie, driver for Double V Trucking out of Picture Butte, Ab. was one of many stranded since 6 a.m. Mon. morning on Sec. Hwy 599. Power went out Sun. evening and many through out east central Alberta are still out as of press time Tues. afternoon. Helicopters have been sighted working on power lines that still cannot be reached by road. Photos by J.Webster Facebook Photo

E C A r e v i e w H A N N A / C o r o N A t i o n / S t e t t l e r , A b O c t o b e r 5 ' 1 7 3 Coronation 4-H Beef Club Re Organizational Meeting Sun., Oct. 15 7 pm at Coronation School New Members Welcome For more information, call Dionne Elliott 403-578-3738 Coronation town council False alarm at swimming pool again Rec Director Barry Brigley reported that after the pool was closed for the season, a false alarm on the chlorine detector went off for a second time this year. It will be checked again, but, according to CAO Sandra Kulyk, it will be less expensive this time because it will not be an emergency trip. Brigley also reported that the new handicap lift will be installed into the pool in time for next year. “I think it’s great,” said Coun. Vickey Horkoff, “because sometimes water therapy is the best.” It will also make the pool accessible to some seniors who have mobility issues. Under the Public Works report, Allan Smith was granted approval to pull and replace the pump and motor on Clive council the bulk water well at the town shop for approximately $10,000. The well is used for several things, including watering flowers, washing the pool, flooding the outdoor ice surface, steaming culverts and an emergency water supply for the fire department. Traffic Bylaw Research by CAO Kulyk found that most towns and cities include motor homes and travel trailers under the definition of ‘recreation vehicles’. An amended bylaw will be prepared for council’s consideration that will change the definition to include motor homes, holiday trailer, trailer, camper, tent trailer, any van or bus converted for use as a recreational vehicle, boat trailer, Prior to the regular Clive council meeting on Sept. 25, Deputy Mayor Luci Henry presented Anita Gillard, retiring mayor, with a gavel in recognition of her distinguished leadership and service to the Village of Clive. Anita Gillard served as councillor in 2005 and mayor of Clive from 2006 through 2017. ECA Review/Submitted Gavel of recognition Clive village councillors approved third and final reading on three bylaws including a Procedural Bylaw, Code of Conduct Bylaw and Social Media Policy Bylaw. The purpose of the Social Media Bylaw was to provide guidelines to establish proper management of the Village of Clive’s social media accounts/pages and to facilitate public engagement to ensure consistency and openness. The Code of Conduct sets out clear expectations on the behaviour of council members and a mechanism for responding to alleged breaches. Turn to Residents, Pg 6 De Jong’s Tours BRANSON – COUNTRY CHRISTMAS October 30-November 10 12 Day Trip - Cost $2,295.00/person dbl. Includes transportation, 11 nights’ accommodation, all breakfasts, 1 lunch, 7 dinners, 9 shows, and many more attractions. Leaving 7:00 am from the Heritage Inn in Brooks. For anyone arriving the night before departure, a hotel room will be provided plus a full breakfast, and a safe place to park your vehicle. Call for detailed brochure. To book any of these trips, or for a detailed brochure, call 1-866-362-5416, or visit our website We now accept Visa and MasterCard. check us out online Castor Little Theatre READ THROUGH for “Drinking Habits” Tues. Oct. 17 7 pm at Castor Community Hall Contact Rob Nichols for more info 403-741-2069 ATV trailer or non-commercial utility trailers. Historic Buildings Council approved a project to commemorate five of Coronation’s historic buildings, including the hospital, school, hotel, Elk’s Hall and Coronation creamery. CAO Kulyk researched through the Glenbow Institute and government registries and provided a draft of the copy, layout of each plaque and photos. It is planned to place the information and photo on metal plaques at the original location of each business. A good photo of the creamery and possibly a better one of the Elks Hall needs to be found. Paintearth Economic Stettler Junior Badminton Club Registration Night Monday, October 16 & Wednesday, October 18 7pm – 8:30pm at Stettler Elementary school gym (access through the north doors at the High School parking lot) Non-Competitive Program $ 150 For those who haven’t heard: (includes membership registration with the Alberta Badminton Assoc) Practices Mondays & Wednesdays 7pm – 8:30pm Training for the first hour and play afterwards. Inquiries: Alan Stefanik (403) 876-2247 * new & returning players welcome 20 th Anniversary Sibbald Haunted House Friday, Oct 27 th Kid’s Night Saturday, Oct 28 th Adult’s Night Doors Open @ 7:30 Doors Open @ 6:30 Cover Charge $10 • Cover Charge & Haunted Maze $20 Family Rate (4 or More) $70 • Kids 5 & Under FREE Wear a Costume on either night and be entered for a $500 Cash Prize! Draw To Be Held Oct 28th For More Information Call 403-664-0469 That’s My Specialty is Sold! I would like to thank you for your patronage over the past 23 years. It has been such an incredible journey. I have had the honour of working for such amazing people in all walks of life. They say business and personal life don’t mix, however, for me it has always been intertwined. The child who has saved all his allowance to buy the perfect gift for his mother, the politician, the outfitters, the ranchers, the entrepreneurs, the blushing bride, the seasoned oilfield and coal workers and everyone in between all hold a place in my heart. Thank you to the adult staff and student employees who worked so diligently to get the orders done efficiently and on time. I especially want to thank Lonny, who was always there for me. Words cannot describe how much I appreciate his support over the years. Thank you to Donna who played an essential part in the growth of this business with her organizational skills, engraving and bookkeeping talents and innovative ideas. Thank you to Marty who came at the drop of a hat with his computer expertise. I wish Jackie Morettin & Candice Hawthorne of Logo & Co. Marketing and Gifts Partnership Society is providing $5,000 grant dollars for the project. Following an 18 minute in-camera, council motioned to compensate the bylaw officer at the rate of $38.50 per hour for extraordinary Main Street Coronation 403-578-3033 all the best in your new venture. I hope you find this business as fulfilling as I have. bylaw enforcement services that were provided in August and September. Council also motioned to accept the offer relating to the surrender of the mobile home at 5225 Victoria Avenue. That’s My Specialty