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Nate Horner wins Drumheller-Stettler riding

Terri Huxley

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Unofficial results from

Elections Alberta has United

Conservative Party (UCP) candidate

Nate Horner above the

competition, taking

over 75 per cent of the

vote.

“It feels great. The

goal was always to

travel the entire area

and create those relationships

and know the

local issues and that

was the angle that I

took to it,” said Horner.

He attributes his success

to the passion he

has for the area combined

with his team of

supporters who were

with him every step of

Horner

the way.

“It definitely takes a

team to be effective in a riding

that’s built like this at this size,”

said Horner.

New Democratic Party (NDP)

candidate, Holly Heffernan, came

in at a distant second at 6.5 per

cent (1,395 votes) while Rick

Strankman placed third (1,801

votes). Alberta Party’s Mark

Nikota took fourth place at 1,380

votes, Jason Hushagen of the

Unofficial Constituency Numbers

INDEX

Editorial ............................. 2

Letters ................................ 2

Theresetta school ............... 3

Morrin council .................... 3

Obituaries ...................... 4, 6

Delburne council ................ 5

Dining & Entertainment ..... 5

Real Estate / Homes ............ 6

Forestburg council .............. 9

Classifieds / Careers .. 10 - 11

Carbon news .................... 12

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Alberta Independence Party

claimed second last place, while

Jason Herzog of the Alberta

Advantage Party (APP) came in

last for the riding.

“I think this is a process where

it takes a lot of courage to put

your name out

there and we

have to

respect everybody

that has

gone through

this process

and I respect

Rick for his

service and

would certainly

like to

wish him well

in all of his

future endeavours,”

said

Horner.

Horner

hopes to pave

the way for better economic

development in the area as well

as eliminating certain bills and

taxes to move the province

forward.

“We have some low hanging

fruit that we want to attack first.

We want to repeal the carbon tax

and there’s a list of bills to repeal

and get started on,” he continued.

“We are in one of the highest

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areas of unemployment so getting

the economy rolling and

everything that is part of that.

Our plan is big in detail from cutting

red tape to cutting taxes.”

Rick Strankman originally

claimed his seat in 2012 under the

Wildrose Party which amalgamated

with the Progressive

Conservative Party in 2017 to

create the current UCP.

In February, Strankman

announced he will be sitting as

an independent after being

ousted by Horner for the UCP

candidate position in late October

2018.

Since the MLA position has

now been chosen, Strankman

finds he will have much more

time to focus on property rights

issues within the Special Areas

as well as spending time at his

farm near Altario, Ab. with

family.

“I’m actually feeling quite

relieved. It’s going to allow me

marvelous freedom to proceed

with entrenching property rights

in Alberta.

Jason Kenney has talked about

becoming the global leader in

property rights but the policies

that they put forward do have

some serious deficiencies so I

would like to be the advocate for

that,” said Strankman.

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“I’m greatly fulfilled by the

people that I have met. There are

good people everywhere and I

just quite enjoy the flavour of the

diverse constituency.”

“I’m not looking at full retirement

here. I’m just looking at a

new page as our family has told

me ‘Dad, come April 17 we are

going to be having a new page in

our family here’ and we are

looking forward to it,” said

Strankman.

After five days of advanced

polling about 696,000 people

voted, creating a new record.

For the first time, Elections

Alberta provided a ‘vote anywhere’

service, whereby electors

can receive the ballot for their

electoral divisions, at any location

which was only applicable to

advanced poll stations.

Day one of advanced polling

saw 140,000 people which was

more than double the amount in

2015 during the last provincial

election.

“This should be a good representation

of Alberta because

everybody is paying attention

and ready to cast their votes.”

On a provincial scale, to claim

a majority government a single

party must obtain 44 seats.

The UCP have done this with

63 seats in the legislature.

Vote Total/

NDP FCP AIP AAP UCP AP GPA IND Elector Count

CAMROSE

Morgan Bamford Wes Caldwell Don Dubitz Sandra Kim Jackie Lovely Kevin Smook Bonnie Tanton 23,888/

4,395 387 157 171 15,593 3,059 126 30,546

DRUMHELLER-STETTLER

Holly Heffernan Jason Hushagen Greg Herzog Nate Horner Mark Nikota Rick Strankman 22,159/

1,446 230 174 17,020 1,449 1,840 27,797

LACOMBE-PONOKA

Doug Hart Keith Parrill Ressa Szwagierczak Shawn Tylke Ron Orr Myles Chykerda 24,264/

3,637 329 278 228 17,274 2,518 29,673

OLDS-DIDSBURY-THREE HILLS

Kyle Johnston Allen Maclennan Dave Hughes Nathan Cooper Chase Brown 26,118/

3,062 565 193 20,519 1,779 33,641

VERMILION-LLOYDMINSTER- Ryan Clarke Jim McKinnon Kelly Zeleny Garth Roswell Craig G. Peterson Robert McFadzean 21,863/

WAINWRIGHT 2,269 831 158 16,986 1,494 125 28,699

RED DEER-SOUTH

Barb Miller Teah-Jay Cartwright Jason Stephan Ryan McDougall Lori Curran 26,840/

6,841 344 16,161 3,242 252 35,675

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And the winner is—anger

B. Schimke

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The election campaign is over and

with Jason Kenney as Premier we can

now pray the anger will disperse and

Albertans can get back to civility.

This election loss will also hopefully

allow Rachel Notley to regain

peace and normality in her life. The

Edmonton Journal should now find it

unnecessary to routinely print cartoons

depicting injury to Rachel

Notley. We can pray that the death

threats against Notley will also stop

and the angry tweets, signs and protests

will be a thing of the past.

With the ‘old boys club’ back in

power all should be well.

The fear, of course, is Kenney can’t

deliver what he has promised – “make

Vancouver carbon free by 2020”!

When Kenny’s government “stops

the flow of oil to British Columbia”

when they enact Bill 12, ‘Preserving

Canada’s Economic Prosperity Act’ on

April 30, it will trigger a B.C. court

challenge, start an economic war

between provincial neighbours and

push the pipeline even further down

the road.

Of course, Kenney could decide not

to enact Bill 12 on April 30, but would

he risk being a blatant liar one day

into power?

Bill 1 for Kenney’s new government

will be the Carbon Tax Repeal Act

which will not reduce prices at the

pumps as many Albertans mistakenly

believe. Instead, it will immediately

trigger Ottawa’s carbon tax and

another lawsuit.

Kenney’s success at selling anger

and hatred towards Notley and

Trudeau during the election campaign

gave him boldness to also go after

Quebec.

Stumping around Alberta, Kenney

portrayed Quebecers as the most

ungrateful and hypocritical freeloaders

in Canada. By election night,

he switched to French hoping that

Quebecers, with a few words of flattery,

would now work with Alberta to


deliver a pipeline east.

Kenney also left Ottawa with no

options. The federal government originally

approved the Trans Mountain

pipeline based on Alberta’s robust climate

strategy. When Kenney throws

that out the window, Ottawa simply

won’t be able to approve the Trans

Mountain pipeline and meet their

international climate commitments.

Even politically, why would they

with 17 Liberal seats to retain in B.C.

and only four, already lost, in Alberta.

Unfortunately, Kenney has offended

all allies and has over-promised what

he can deliver on the pipeline. He has

also completely exaggerated reality

when he said repealing the carbon tax

will create 6,000 jobs.

People who voted UCP have high

hopes for these promises, yet I predict

Kenney will break his first big

promise as early as April 30, 2019.

Unrealistic election promises and

broken promises lead to the necessity

for an ongoing enemy.

Bill 1 isn’t intended to reduce prices

at the pump for ordinary Albertans. It

was always intended to shift the hate

campaign from Notley to Trudeau and

keep people angry for the federal

election.

Kenney is betting the farm on

Andrew Scheer winning the next federal

election which may be possible.

But he is also banking on the courts to

overturn legal precedents with regard

to interprovincial trade, federal/provincial

jurisdiction, First Nations

rights and environmental protection

and that is a long shot, indeed, since

much of it is constitutional law.

Rachel Notley knew the value of

building goodwill and respect with the

rest of the country as did former

Premier Peter Lougheed.

During her term in office, the reason

for conversation rather than threats

was obvious—pipeline construction to

coastal waters is completely outside of

Alberta’s control—and all the bombast

by Kenney is not going to change this

fact, but it will keep Albertans angry.

Is speeding, stunting and noise levels a council issue?

Dear Editor,

Arriving in Castor three years ago

from a larger centre, I was looking forward

to a small town feel and a safer

environment. The town of Castor delivered

my expectations and much more

except for what I believe to be a dangerous,

ongoing but fixable issue.

What I am writing about is the continuous

speeding, stunting and what I

believe to be illegal vehicle noise levels

in the streets of Castor.

I live across the street from one of

our schools and, believe me when I say,

I can hear them coming from several

blocks away.

I do recall what it’s like to be young

and want to ‘spin your wheels’ but

there is a time and place for this and it

has no business in our town limits

ever, never mind near or in front of our

schools.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying

the offenders are all young citizens as I

know of many many young vehicle

operators in our community that are

very safe and responsible when is

comes to commuting Castor.

The offenders are a select few and

they know who they are.

What is it going to take to alleviate

this serious matter? I truly hope it’s not

and God forbid, the death of a child.

I really don’t feel that more traffic

signs or even flashing yellows will fix

this. The only solution, in my opinion,

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is to start ‘the discussion’ and the

larger presence of law enforcement.

The disbursement of a few heavy

fines/tickets and demerits may slow

people down.

I do realize our local authorities are

stationed out of a different community

and I know they are busy and do the

best job they can protecting us.

Is this a town council issue? Do we

need traffic cameras in high vulnerable

areas that could be the eyes for

our officers who are away on another

call?

I am a parent of two children and

this is why I am so angered and passionate

about this issue.

One of my daughters is four years

JOYCE WEBSTER

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MAIL BAG

None so blind

Dear Editor,

So you really believe that your

“want to think” is true?

And that pretty much all of the scientists

have been lying to you

About ten thousand of them, both

women and men

From most all the nations lying,

again and again, seemingly without

end

All individually and magically

deciding on the same untrue point of

view

But really the climate is not

changing and it’s not being caused by

you

So you connect unconnected dots to

believe, that your thinking is

conceivable

And that your “group” is not the

group making up the unbelievable

However, for this conspiracy to be

worldwide and actually true

Would there not be some evidence of

BRENDA SCHIMKE

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them conspiring to lie to you?

You know you’d have to get them all

to turn off their brains

And have their fact finding training

flushed down the drains

How easy do you think it is to get a

university science degree?

These are smart educated people

that use science to see

They are trained to follow fact and

trained, to not overreact

No one got them to lie, I bet a lot of

them would rather die

And they did discover that mankind

“without doubt” is to blame

The cure, is for us to accept truth

and change the rules of the game

People fighting the facts is wasteful

and such a shame

If we do not act, our grandkids will

wonder why we didn’t use our brain.

Lenard Calon

Heisler, Ab.

old and I could not imagine getting that

knock on my door that something had

happened to her at the hands of a reckless,

careless, idiotic driver.

Or the news that one of our elderly

citizens met an early demise while

trying to get some exercise after a long,

productive, hard working life.

I wouldn’t be a responsible Castorite

if I didn’t voice this serious problem.

When you start your vehicle in the

morning, think about what could

happen if you don’t think about what

could happen!

Don J. McKim

A concerned Castor pedestrian

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THERESETTA SCHOOL

A ‘mock’ Legislative activity led by the Grade 5/6 class at the Alberta

Legislature in Edmonton during their field trip on April 11. From

the left, back row: Sierra Newman, Summer Schulmeister, Richard

Ries, Trish Newman, Tammy Renschler and Troy Slemp. Front row:

Wesley Pockett, Damon Ries, Veronica Virgo, Jillian Heidecker,

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Students participate in field trips

The Grade 5/6 class went on

their annual class field trip on

April 11.

This year the itinerary

included a quick stop at the

Reynolds Alberta Museum

(RAM) before heading on to

visit the Alberta Legislature

Building in Edmonton.

Prior to the trip, the students

learned the story of the Mad

Trapper in class in preparation

for their program at the

Reynolds Alberta Museum

which was based on the famous

Mad Trapper story.

The group spent most of their

time at the RAM in the Aviation

Building completing a scavenger

hunt that included history

and facts from all sorts of

important Canadian aviation

pilots and events.

After a quick tour through the

main building where students

got to see all sorts of historic

automobiles and artifacts, the

group loaded back on the bus for

the trek to Edmonton.

Their program at the Alberta

Legislature started with the

class participating in mock legislative

activities where they got

to follow a script and dress up as

MLAs and all the other important

participants from our

provincial government.

After debating a fake bill

about the government subsidizing

college tuition, the

students got to tour through the

Legislature Building and their

tour guide explained all about

the architecture and history of

the building.

Trochu Home Hardware coowners

Rosemary Frere and Bob

Thompson take a few moments

before sharing their retirement

cake with the many barbeque

lunch visitors on Thurs. April 18.

The store, essential to the Trochu

and district commercial sectors

for 36 years, closes permanently

April 30.

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MORRIN COUNCIL

Council requests several

project plans and costs

Joyce Webster

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Councillors instructed Chief

Adminstrative Officer (CAO) Annette

Plachner to provide several plans and

cost projects in time for budgeting purposes

in May.

Projects include the Public Works

recommendation was on the agenda

for the installation of valves that was

discussed at the March meeting but no

plan for the whole scope of the job or

cost estimates.

Mayor Helton for the CAO to obtain

actual quotes for the entire project

from MPE Engineering Ltd. (MPE) for

dealing with both the sewer and water

line on Railway Ave. S. between Main

Street and 1st St. South that runs to

the four homes on that block and the

paving.

Other project plans requested were

for the green space and public works

yard for the recycle bins.

Council unanimously approved a

motion to move ahead with landscaping

the three 30’ lots and have

public works and the CAO obtain a

quote from local landscapers with a

view to planting grass.

Council approved the expenditure

for street sweeping for $1620 plus tax in

a 2 - 1 vote.

Mayor Helton was not in favour of

the expense due to the work that was

needed to be done with the sewer,

water lines and pavement patching.

Council approved a motion to repair

the 1996 town truck at an estimated

cost of $435 as a scan showed the transmission

was slipping.

“My opinion is to authorize the

repair to get it up to 100 per cent,” said

Mayor Helton.

Council passed a motion unanimously

to purchase and install an

electric motor system for a standby

water pump for $35,685.

“That would be great,” said Coun.

Graham.

Council discussed the problem with

the entrance to the village where water

pools and the pavement has crumbled

significantly.

Council agreed to have CAO

Plachner hire MPE to survey the

length of the town running north and

south in pursuit of alleviating this

problem whether it be a ditch, cement

swale, or culvert and bring back a

report identifying various options in

repairing the potholes at the entrance.

CAO Plachner estimated the cost of

the survey would be between $3,000

and 4,000.

Council asked that public works

identify the areas in the village that

require pothole repairs and costs.

Harrassment denied

CAO Plachner addressed a letter

from the publisher, Joyce Webster of

the ECA Review, alleging disrespect

and lack of professionalism bordering

on harassment. In reading her written

response to council, she denied having

called the publisher names and stated

“ I have two witnesses to prove that.”

Coun. Graham and former mayor

Suzanne Lacher were the only other

two present in the front office of the

village at the time.

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OBITUARIES

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Greenwood, great passion for driving

Hugh William Greenwood

1939 - 2019

Hugh William Greenwood was born

March 16, 1939 on the family farm east

of Lousana, Ab. and passed away April

16, 2019 in the Innisfail Health Center

after a courageous battle with cancer.

He was the oldest son of Bill and

Rhona Greenwood, brother to Gordon,

Wally and Dale.

He married his wife, Marilyn, on

Oct. 6, 1956.

Hugh started as a truck driver,

driving truck at 17 for his dad. In 1969,

Hugh and Marilyn purchased two

trucks and the Lousana Garage and

went into business on their own.

J.O. Smith and Sons of Wimborne,

Ab. gave Hugh his opportunity to haul

purebred cattle all over North

America.

It was during this time that Hugh’s

great passion for driving all started.

Trucking was his career path until

1979 when Hugh decided to stay closer

to home when he purchased the UFA

bulk fuel station in Delburne, Ab.

Hugh and Marilyn served the farming

community for 10 years.

In 1989, Hugh traded his work boots

for dress shoes and a tie and entered

Passed away

at 86 years

Ivan Ben Tschritter was born Jan.

27, 1933 in Castor, Ab. to Jack and

Freida Tschritter

and passed away

April 15, 2019 in

Stettler, Ab. at the

age of 86 years.

Ivan is survived

by his wife Eileen

Tschritter; his sons

Greg (Sylvia)

Tschritter and

Danny (Debbie)

Tschritter

Tschritter; and his

daughter Angie

(Lorne) Dickson.

Also grandchildren: Todd, Letitia,

Benjamin, Sarah, Callie, Tyler and

Caitlyn and great grandchildren:

Liberty, Declan and Farrah; as well as

other relatives and many friends.

Ivan was predeceased by his parents,

his sisters: Violet Delker, Helen

Dunnington, Irene Crowe, Lavina

Smith, brothers: Emil and Percy and

infant brother Ed, daughter in law

Mary Ann Tschritter and step

grandson Lane Turigan.

Funeral services were held at

Stettler Funeral

Home on Tues.

April 23, 2019

with Pastor Ross

Helgeton

officiating.

Burial took

place at Lake

View Cemetery.

Condolences may

be sent to the

family at www.

stettlerfuneralhome.com

and

memorial donations

may be

made to the

Alzheimer

Society or

Alberta Diabetes.

Stettler

Funeral Home &

Crematorium

entrusted with

the care and

funeral arrangements.

403-742-3422

Parkview Funeral Chapels and Stettler Funeral

Homes are so pleased to announce that Mr.

Dean Ross has been elected, by his peers, to

serve a three year term with the Alberta Funeral

Service Regulatory Board,

representing the Funeral

Profession across Alberta.

All of the Staff is so proud

to work with him and we

know how truly dedicated he

is to his chosen profession.

Congratulations

Dean

- Love from Verna, Corinne,

Shannon, Calvin and

all of the support staff

his career as a Sunlife Insurance agent.

In early 2000 Hugh decided to retire

and enjoy the simple things

that he loved in life. In Hugh’s

retirement he enjoyed his years

behind the wheel of the school

bus and the silage truck during

harvest season at Skocdopole

Ranches.

Born into a chuckwagon and

horse racing family, Hugh’s

first passion was the chuckwagon

life. Driving

chuckwagons and outriding

was in Hugh’s blood and something

he loved.

So many memories were made and

lifelong friendships began.

When Hugh was 40, he hung up his

saddle and laced up his skates to coach

hockey and enjoy the sports he loved.

Many years of senior men’s hockey

with the Trochu Arena’s gave Hugh the

skills he needed to mentor young athletes

in the community.

He was Governor of the Central

Alberta Hockey Association for years.

Umping ball was also a great service

Hugh gave the community. Many years

were spent behind the plate umping

competitive ball.

Curling rinks all over Alberta Hugh

would travel to. Many mixed drinks

were had in the lounges above the ice

over the years.

The hobby to top all others over the

years was golf. Nothing made Hugh

happier than hitting the course. Some

of Hugh’s favourite places on earth

were on the golf course.

Hugh’s happiest of days were days he

spent with his family. Travelling miles

to watch high school rodeos, ball tournaments

and hockey games gave Hugh

much pride and enjoyment.

Grandkids and great-grandkids were

Patty Schiffner

July 12, 1949 -

April 28, 2018

Greenwood

God saw you getting tired and a cure was not to be.

So he put his arms around you and whispered... come to me.

With tearful eyes we watched you suffer and saw you slowly

fade away.

Although we loved you dearly we couldn’t make you stay.

A golden heart stopped beating, hard working hands put to rest.

God broke our hearts to prove to us, He only takes the best.

- Love Terry, Brent (Amiee),Shauna (Clint), Scott (Brandy)

Grandchildren Bryn, Zane, Maysa, Hadley and Oaklyn

the light of Hugh’s life. Sitting around

the fire, spending hours at the lake or

Christmas dinners were

where Hugh’s happiest

moments were spent.

Hugh leaves to mourn his

wife Marilyn, daughter

Roberta Lang, son Bill (Jane)

Greenwood, son Warren

(Loretta) Greenwood and

daughter Holly (Wayne)

Skocdopole, grandkids Kyle

(Shanon) Shingoose, Tyler

(Lyndsay) Greenwood, Sean

(Taylor Woodford)

Greenwood, Paige

Greenwood, Kelsie (Calvin Dicker)

Greenwood, Jessica (Gerard)

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He also leaves to mourn his greatgrandkids

Rhett, Chloe, Carver and

Kayne Shingoose, and brothers Wally

Greenwood and Dale Greenwood.

Hugh is also survived by his sisterin-law

Susan Greenwood and

numerous nieces and nephews.

A celebration of Hugh’s life was held

at the Lousana Community Hall on

Wed. April 24, 2019 at 2 p.m.

If friends so desire memorial tributes

may be made to the Trey Purdie

Memorial Scholarship.

Fondly remembered

George Douglas Wilkins

1922-2019

Please join us as we celebrate the life

of George Wilkins, who passed quietly

on Feb. 1, 2019 after 96

well-lived years.

George was cherished

by all who knew him; he

graced the lives of those

around him with his

humour, determination

and positive, selfless

nature.

His loyal commitments

to family, friends

Wilkins

and community will long

be fondly remembered.

George is predeceased

by his loving wife of 48 years, Marjorie,

1995, two infant daughters and his

older brother Bill.

Left to appreciate George’s lasting

legacies, alongside their loving partners,

are his children Bob and Peggy

Wilkins and grandsons Paul and Peter

Wilkins, as well as his four greatgrandchildren

and special friend

Elizabeth Gourlay.

We welcome you to reconnect

and share memories: George

Wilkins’ Celebration of Life, Fri.

May 3, 2 p.m. with a reception to

follow at the First United Church,

808 Centre Street, Hanna, Ab.

As an expression of love, in lieu

of flowers, a donations can be

made in memory of George to

STARS Air Ambulance, 1441

Aviation Park NE, Calgary, Ab.

T2B 8M7 or the Hanna Lodge,

Box 160 Hanna, Ab. T0J 1P0.

Hanna Funeral Services entrusted

with arrangements; 403-854-5956,

www.hannafuneral.ca


ECA REVIEW HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB ApRIL 25'19 5

Delburne council begins enhanced internet service trial

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E-UP 2019

Ray Reckseidler

ECA Review

Council instructed administration

to begin a ‘trial period’ for an

enhanced internet service through

Telus at their April 8 regular council

meeting following a lively discussion.

Administration is to advise council

as to the degree of satisfaction for the

service to the village over that trial

period.

Council also agreed to renew the

contract with Wild Rose Assessments.

The contract is for 10 years and will

cost the village the same rate for the

first three years with slight annual

increases through year’s four to 10.

Building a stronger relationship

with the businesses serving Delburne

was discussed by council. One idea

suggested would be to host a Business

Owner’s Appreciation event in the fall

of 2019.

Coun. Tim Wilson told council that

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BEST CUT

IN ITS CATEGORY

Dining and Entertainment Guide

Apr. 25 – Theresetta Catholic School

Kindergarten Registration. 7-7:30pm.

Kindergarten Room. 403-882-3309.

Apr. 25 – Forestburg Many Horses Saloon,

Movie Trivia, 8pm. Kara 780-582-2411.

Apr. 25 – Grace United Church UCW Spring

Rummage Sale. Wainwright Ab. 7-9pm.

780-842-3870.

Apr. 26 – Grace United Church UCW Spring

Rummage Sale. Wainwright Ab. 4-7pm.

780-842-3870.

Apr. 27 – Men’s Pancake Breakfast. 8-10pm,

Clive Baptist Church 403-784-3335.

Apr. 27 – RCMP & Heartland Victim Services

Regimental Ball. Stettler Community Hall,

5-1am. Sarah 403-741-7840.

Apr. 27 – Forestburg Many Horses Saloon,

Kamikazee Karaoke, 9:30pm. Kara 780-

582-2411.

Apr. 27 – Forestburg Concert Series. Steve

Pineo’S Elvis Show. 7:30pm at the Community

Centre. Village Office 780-582-3668.

Apr. 27 – Tees Annual Chili Cook Off. 6pm Tees

Community Hall. Carla 403-784-3055.

Apr. 28 – Trinity United Church Beef & Ham

Smorg. 5-6:30pm. Coronation Community

Centre. Silent Auction, everyone welcome.

Apr. 29 – Annual Meeting, Coronation Cemetery.

7pm. Golden Age Drop In Cetre.

May 3 - Forestburg Many Horses Saloon, Crib

Tournament. Prize at end of the Month.

Kara 780-582-2411. Every Sat. 1-4.

May 4 - Coronation Spring Market. 10-4pm.

Coronation Community Hall, Coronation

Ab.

May 4 – Bashaw Meadows Spring Tea. 1:30-

3:30pm. 780-372-2056

May 4 – Coronation Evangelical Church

Fundraiser, Drop In Centre, supper 5:30pm,

entertainment, free will donation. Joyce

403-575-0090.

May 7 – Forestburg Many Horses Saloon,

Mother’s Day Craft Night. Pre-Register with

Kara 780-582-2411.

May 9 – Crisis Aid Fundraiser: Mother’s Day

DELBURNE COUNCIL

his mantra has always been

‘your success is our success!’

It is hoped that this

mantra will encourage

closer relationships among

the business community.

The Delburne Centralized

School sent a request to close

a street for its annual Soap

Box Derby which attracts a

large number of schools to

compete. Administration

will request further clarification

from the school.

Grants received

Delburne council at its

March 25, 2019 meeting

Succulent Planting. Contact 403-742-2337. Clive Baptist Church. 403-784-3335. 4716-

Stettler Ab.

50 Str., Clive Ab. 8-10am.

May 9 – Forestburg Many Horses Soloon, May 25 – Forestburg Many Horses Saloon,

Trivia Night. 7pm. Kara 780-582-2411.

Kamikazee Karaoke. 9:30pm. Kara 780-

May 11 – 14th Annual Spring Plant Exchange. 582-2411.

10-12pm. Parking lot by W Stettler Park May 25-26 – Blossom and Bee Festival at DNA

Spray Park. Stettler Ab.

Gardens, Stettler Ab. Call 403-773-2489.

May 11 – Forestburg Many Horses Saloon, May 26 – P&H Elevator Pancake Breakfast @

Dreamcatcher Workshop. Pre-Register with the Elevator. 8-1pm, Breakfast by Donation.

Kara, 780-582-2411.

Stan 403-740-4799. Stettler Ab.

May 11 – Forestburg Many Horses Saloon, May 30 – Bee Health Workshop, 10-2pm.

Karaoke. 9:30pm.

4516 52 Str. Stettler Ab. County of Stettler,

May 11 – Brownfield Rummage Sale.

403-742-4441X110.

37 th Annual - New dates July 21 & 22 2018

Brownfield Rec. Centre, 10 to 3pm. 37 Contact th Annual May 31-June - New 2 – dates Little League July Picnic. 21 & All 22 2018

Michelle.

May 11 – Babysitting Course, 9-4pm. Call

Mandy 403-882-2115. Castor Ab.

May 12 – Hymn Sing with Gary & Ione Rae

and Band. 7pm at Zinger Music Barn, Coronation,

Ab. Everyone welcome,

free will offering.

May 12 – CAA Mother’s Day Brunch

& Tradeshow. Brunch- 9-12pm,

Tradeshow- 9-1pm. Brenda 306-

535-3117. Wainwright Ab.

May 12 – Mother’s Day Pancake

Breakfast. 8:30-11am. Senior

Circle, Hanna Ab. 519 3rd Ave. W.

May 16 – Forestburg Many Horses

Saloon, National Caesar Day.

Kara 780-582-2411.

May 16 – Stettler Old Tyme

Dances-2019. The HUB-Stettler

Rec Centre(upstairs) 6202-44

Ave. “Leon Ochs”. Call 403-742-

5640. All ages welcome.

May 20 – Kinsella Community

Centre (305 King St. Kinsella)

presents Scott Woods-Fiddling

Around. 7p.m. Kathy 780-336-

2463.

May 23 – Forestburg Many Horses

Saloon, Name that tune “Rock”

edition. Kara 780-582-2411.

May 25 – Men’s Pancake Breakfast,

approved the Delburne

Community Support Grant

Program Committee’s disbursement

of $18, 1875 to 11

organizations including

Boys & Girls Club summer

camps, $1025; Canada Day

Music celebration, $1500;

Drop-In Centre for seniors

bus excursions $2000; Elks

for busing to swimming

lesson participants to Three

Hills, $2880; Gospel Church

Youth group, $1250 for

busing; Minor Ball, $1500 for

uniforms, Playschool, $2680

for rent; Potter Club, $2000

for rent and supplies;

Weekend Tournament, Burma Park. Wade,

403-575-5728.

Delburne library, $2100 for

wages, utilities and insurance;

Hwy 21 Corridor

Thank You

For Your Support!!

The Strankmans: Dianne, Pamela, Rick and Jay.

My Profound Thanks and Gratitude to:

- The resilient people of Drumheller-Stettler

- My devoted staff, volunteers and donors

- Legislative staff in all positions

- All media personnel I encountered who keep

Albertans informed on the business of the

provincial government

- My family, friends and neighbours who tolerated

my unpredictable schedule and demands of office

for seven years

Please send Community Events by email

Office@ECAreview.com for FREE LISTING (dependent

upon space availability). The Review cannot guarantee events as listed. Please

check with the venue prior to attending.

Coronation Evangelical

Free Church

Roast Beef Supper

& Entertainment

Saturday, May 4

Coronation

Golden Age Drop In Centre

• Supper 5:30 p.m.

• Entertainment 6:30

for a free will donation

towards re-shingling

our church roof

Everyone Welcome

Crime Watch for $826; and

July 1st Park, $1113 for porta

potties.

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6 A pril 25'19 HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB. ECA REVIEW


Annette (Schmidt) Barnes was born

on Oct. 20, 1938 at Coronation, Ab. and

was the youngest child of Henry and

Nettie Schmidt. She was welcomed

home by four older siblings: Henry,

Jean, Wilma and Pete.

She spent her childhood

on the farm by Talbot, Ab.

and often spoke of riding on

the horse behind her big

brother Henry to attend the

Talbot School. She later

rode the school bus to attend

high school at Brownfield.

Annette was a member of

the Brownfield Beef Club

and Talbot Garden Club for Barnes

years. She was very proud

when she won grand champion with

her prized Black Angus steer in 1957.

This didn’t sit all that well with her

new father-in-law as he was a confirmed

Hereford man.

Annette married Ron Barnes on

Aug. 15, 1956 and moved to the farm

north of Brownfield, Ab. which she

called home for 50

years.

To this union,

five children

were born: Keith,

Kathy, Lucy, Stan

and Kelly.

Quite often the

family would all

load up in the

truck and head

down to the river

pasture to check

cows.

‘Dad took

OBITUARY

Busy with farm and

community activities

pleasure in scaring Mom driving on

side hills and ‘going with a truck

where most people wouldn’t even ride

a horse.’

Annette enjoyed being outdoors and

spent hours working in the

yard; between raising children,

chickens and having a

large garden, she was a busy

lady.

She was determined to have

a weeping birch tree and after

fighting with the weather, pigs

and bulls that escaped once in

a while, she finally succeeded.

She also made countless

road trips taking one or all of

the five kids to ball games.

Anntte played ball as well and won a

gold medal playing ladies fastball at

the Alberta Summer Games in 1974.

She joined the Brownfield United

Church Women (UCW) and also helped

with the Brownfield Ladies Aid over

the years.

Turn to Enjoyed, Pg 11

Dionne’s

CUSTOM WOODWORKING LTD

Kitchen, Medicine/Vanity Cabinets

& Entertainment Centres

Tom Dionne

Ph. (403) 749-3771 • Fax (403) 749-3775

SALE OF FARM LAND BY SEALED TENDER

THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY IS OFFERED FOR SALE BY SEALED

TENDER OF THE FOLLOWING FARM LANDS

DEEDED LAND

NW 28-34-16-W4M -159.83 ACRES, MORE OR LESS -Water Well,

Power, Hilly, Trees and Sloughs

NE 28-34-16-W4M -159.71 ACRES, MORE OR LESS -Hilly, Trees and

Sloughs

SE 28-34-16-W4M -160.00 ACRES, MORE OR LESS -Hilly, Trees and

Sloughs

The land is located in the Endiang/Byemoor, Alberta area.

Tenders may be made on any one quarter or combination of

quarters. More than one tender combination may be submitted

with the order of preference indicated in the tender.

FURTHER INFORMATION AVAILABLE ON REQUEST 403-854-4431.

a) Tenders in sealed envelopes, accompanied by a certified

cheque for 5% of the amount of the Tender only must be

in the hands of Messrs. Ross, Todd & Company, Barristers &

Solicitors, P.O. Box 1330, Hanna, Alberta, T0J 1 PO, by 12:00

o’clock noon, May 16, 2019.

b) The balance of the purchase price shall be paid to the said

Solicitors before June 16, 2019. Possession only upon payment

in full. If the successful tenderer does not complete the

purchase after acceptance of his tender, the deposit shall be

forfeited.

c) The highest, or any tender not necessarily accepted. Cheques

of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them.

For further particulars on the Tendering process, contact Doug

Todd, Ross, Todd & Company, 124 -2nd Avenue West, Hanna,

Alberta, Phone (403) 854-4431, Fax (403) 854-2561.

REAL ESTATE/HOMES

LAND FOR SALE BY TENDER

Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned until 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 14, 2019, for the sale of the

following deeded and lease lands (which are located south of Spondin):

Parcel A

Deeded:

NE 15-33-12-4 - ±160 acres native pasture, dam and dugout, no gas lease

NW 15-33-12-4 - ±76 acres native pasture/grassland/slough, ±84 acres cultivated

- dam and water rights, gas lease (currently $2,345.00 annually)

SW 15-33-12-4 - ±90 acres cultivate, ±70 acres native pasture/grassland/slough

- gas lease (currently $2,780.00 annually)

Leased:

NW 10-33-12-4 - ±160 acres native pasture, dugout, gas lease (currently $1,500.00 annually)

Parcel B (all deeded)

SE 10-33-12-4 - ±160 acres native pasture, large dugout, gas lease (currently $3,200.00 annually)

NE 3-33-12-4 - ±100 acres native pasture, ±60 acres cultivated

- dugout, gas lease (currently $2,595 annually)

SE 3-33-12-4 - ±160 acres hay/crested wheat/alfalfa mix, gas lease (currently $2,880.00 annually)

Parcel C (all deeded)

NE 7-33-12-4 - ±120 acres hay/crested wheat/alfalfa mix, ±40 acres native grass

- 2 gas leases (currently $5,350.00 annually)

Tenders on the above lands must be accompanied by a bank draft or certified cheque in favor of “SMITH &

HERSEY AGRIBUSINESS LAW” for FIVE (5%) PERCENT of the tender price, as a deposit. The deposit will be returned if

the tender is not accepted. If a tender is accepted and the tenderer does not proceed with the sale, the deposit of the

tenderer will be forfeited to the owner of the lands. Tenders may be for all Parcels or individual Parcels, but not partial

Parcels. The balance of the tender price will be payable on or before June 14, 2019. Early possession will be considered

if requested. Each of the owner and the successful tenderer will be responsible for their own legal fees. All registration

costs will be paid by the successful tenderer. Gas lease annual compensation with be adjusted between the parties as

of June 14, 2019. Each tenderer must understand that a tender is an unconditional offer to purchase the lands set out

in the tender. Tenderers must rely on their own research of the lands, and the undersigned and the owner make no

warranties or representations in regard to the lands.

The owner has complete discretion whether to accept the highest or any tender. Further inquiries into the

above lands can be made by contacting either Doug Elder (403.854.6550) or Donald/Norma Quast (403.854.2206) by

phone or text. Tenders shall be sealed in an envelope marked “LAND TENDER - SPONDIN” and may be faxed, delivered,

e-mailed or mailed to:

Attention: Simon J. Hersey, Smith & Hersey Agribusiness Law, Barristers and Solicitors

Unit #104, Westside Common or 112B – 2nd Avenue West

2201 Box Springs Boulevard NW PO Box 220

Medicine Hat, AB T1C 0C8

Hanna, AB T0J 1P0

Fax: (403) 527-0577

(open Mondays and Tuesdays)

E-mail: dallas@smithhersey.com

LAND FOR SALE BY TENDER

The following briefly described property is hereby offered for sale by tender,

subject to the reservations, exceptions and encumbrances contained in the

existing certificate of title:

The North West Quarter and East Half of Section 16-35-13 W4 containing

480 acres more or less, excepting thereout all mines and minerals.

FEATURES of this property:

- Approx 37 acres under cultivation, 215 acres tame hay, 228 acres native

pasture and bush

- NW perimeter fenced

- E ½ perimeter fenced

- water dugout on NE-16

- slough and water well on SE-16

- power line income on SE-16, $1300.00 / year

- possible windmill site on SE-16

- land is located south of Castor, Alberta and east of Sullivan Lake

1. The sale of the Land is subject to the terms and conditions hereinafter

mentioned:

2. Seller makes no warranties or representations about the property’s size/

measurement, condition or environmental status.

3. Buyer to be responsible for all costs associated with registration. Tender

price shall be excluding G.S.T.

4. Tenders in writing will be received by the lawyer noted below up to

but not after 12:00 o’clock noon on April 30, 2019. Tenders should be

forwarded to E. Roger Spady Law Office in a sealed envelope marked

“Gustavson Tender’’. A certified cheque equal to 5% of the purchase price

must accompany the tender.

5. The balance of the purchase price to be paid by solicitor’s trust cheque or

certified funds on or before May 15, 2019 (“Possession Date”).

6. Property taxes to be adjusted as of Possession Date.

7. Mineral rights, if any, are not included in the sale.

8. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Seller may reject any

or all tenders.

9. If successful tenderer does not complete the purchase after acceptance of

that tender, the deposit shall be forfeited.

For further particulars please contact Martin Gustavson at 403-741-6786.

E. Roger Spady

Barrister & Solicitor

5015 Victoria Avenue, Box 328, Coronation, Alberta, T0C 1C0


Breeders’ Section

ECA Review, Page 7

Calvin and Judy Bishell of Veteran, Ab. stand next to their invented feeding system called the ‘Nifty Feed Dispenser’ in their yard at Nifty Livestock Equipment on Wed. April 17. The

couple founded and have been operating the business since 1986.

ECA Review/T.Huxley

Nifty Livestock Equipment paving

the way in farm technology

Terri Huxley

ECA Review

Nifty Livestock Equipment has

been paving the way for east central

Alberta farmers and ranchers equipment

since 1986.

When Calvin and Judy Bishell,

owners of the well-known equipment

supplier, started their business over

30 years ago they never expected to

come up with their own invention.

After many dry years and shortage

of feed, Calvin came up with the idea

of a simple feeding system that

allowed him to be more efficient when

feeding his cattle with grain, pellets,

or supplements.

The Nifty Feed Dispenser was born

out of necessity and has now come to

the aid of many ranchers who have

bought the special piece of equipment.

“We had to improvise and figure out

how we were going to get through the

winter with enough feed to get the

livestock through,” said Calvin.

“We were loading buckets with a

pickup truck trying to figure out how

we could do this easier,” added Judy.

“Calvin would go by himself and

dump pails out by himself and so he

would unroll a bale as slick as could

be and then load all of these buckets in

and around the bale handler and go

out. I could drive the truck and he

could dump the buckets.”

He designed the drum after determining

he could use the bale handler

to do this work.

The simple design features an

opening that can be drawn or opened

by the pull of a lever and when rolled

by the bale handler, it dispenses feed

stored inside every 15 feet for consistent

amounts and space.

It worked so well they took it to

market and received a patent for the

technology.

“That opened the doors to a whole

new venture with doing trade shows,

promoting the equipment and advertising,

learning how to market, and of

course Judy picked up the bookkeeping

of that too so we learned as

we went,” said Calvin.

From that point, the business

evolved to offer a wide range of products

to suit individual needs and are

‘ranch proven’ before it is manufactured

for sale.

They carry cattle handling equipment,

watering systems, feeding

supplies, fencing supplies and ear tags

which have been supplied all over the

world.

At one point, ear tags were shipped

all over Canada but now this part of

the business has been turned over to

daughter-in-law Shanna with Nifty

Tag Sales, not to be confused with

Nifty Livestock Equipment.

Customers began to ask about other

products they had in store so more

products were added to their arsenal

of farm and livestock equipment.

The benefit of being an independent

dealer set them apart from the regular

chains as they could pick and choose

what they feel works the best from

multiple carriers.

“We are able to test and try this

equipment and if it wasn’t suitable

then it wasn’t on our list of products

either.

“That gave people the confidence

that they needed too, that we had

some quality equipment that we

would stand behind,” said Calvin.

The third generation ranch sits on

3,600 acres of dryland, with a 200 commercial

cow/calf operation.

In the rolling plains of east central

Alberta, the ranch is located east of

Veteran and less than an hour from

the Saskatchewan border.

The couple is now nearing retirement,

however, Nifty Livestock

Equipment will be around for many

years to come with both sons Steve

and Jason and their families carrying

on the family legacy.

“We’ve been there and we’ve done it

and now it’s time for the next generation,”

said Calvin.

A dedicated customer support base

from far and wide has always been

appreciated as well as the connections

they have made over the years.

“It has been rewarding and we’ve

met a lot of nice people over the years.

That’s the other thing that’s been

rewarding is a lot of friends we would

have never met if we weren’t doing the

shows and all the places we have

never would have seen,” said Calvin.

“We know where pretty much every

small town in Alberta because I mail

them ear tags,” said Judy.

The pair also volunteer as much

time as they can allow aside from

work.

The local Lions club, 4-H club, East

Central Housing organization and

United Church are all volunteer-based

organizations they play a part in

keeping alive.

Bishell’s are the only advertiser in

the first of the 27 Review ‘Breeders’

Sections’ that started in 1991 and have

seldom missed an issue in the last 28

years.


8 A pril 25'19 HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB. ECA REVIEW

Cont’d from Pg 3

Webster stated in the letter she was

harassed for doing her job as a newspaper

reporter when she was verbally

denied a FOIP request and called a

‘stinkin’ reporter’ and a ‘witch’.

“So whatever transpired, you

[Plachner] don’t feel like there’s an

apology anywhere that would be

offered to anyone regarding this situation?”

asked Mayor Helton.

Following no response to the question,

Mayor Helton read into the

meeting minutes the portion of the

Village of Morrin Employee Code of

Conduct and Ethics Policy which

states the purpose of “a standard of

behaviour and actions for Village of

Morrin

employees.

“That was all

adhered to in

your view?”

Helton asked of

Coun. Graham.

“First of all,”

said Graham, “I

was in conversation

with someone

else. I don’t have

to eavesdrop into

someone else’s

conversation so I

didn’t try to concentrate

and what

words were being

said but I did hear

Annette’s voice

became a little

louder. I think

she was upset,

that’s what I perceived,

the

request upset her

and her voice was

loud.”

Webster

responded, “How

could you not

[hear]? You were

two feet away?”

According to Plachner, OH&S had

attended the office on November 5, 2018

and set a deadline of December 5, 2018,

however, the information wasn’t before

council until the December 19 meeting.

The policy presented to council was

a copy from Municipal Affairs but the

blanks left within this sample policy

had not been filled in making the two

policies inadequate, according to

council.

“Do you want to be in charge of

developing one then?” asked Mayor

Helton of Coun. Graham.

“I will still be advocating that that

[policy] be submitted to legal counsel

to review whatever you come up,”

added Helton. “It’s quite a serious

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• Mulching/brushing

of fence lines and hedges

• Fence removal/

large wire roller

• Stump grinding

• Hole augering

• Bin anchor driver

• Corral cleaning/

snow removal

• Landscaping/dirt work

Clearview

Cow Calf Co-op

Stettler & area Breeder’s Co-op for over 17 years.

BREEDERS’ SECTION

Harassment policy is quite inadequate, says Mayor

issue. Both of them are harassment

and the violence things. That’s why

I’m waiting for more information.”

“I’ll try and bring it back in the

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Graham.

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Harassment and

violence policies

Harassment

Policy and

Violence Policy

had been added to

the agenda by

Coun. Graham.

“I’m wondering

why we shouldn’t

just adopt them

and get it going

rather than let it

stand and get

undone?” asked

Graham.

Helton

responded,

“We’re still

waiting for some

more information

because, as

pointed out

before, the information

we have

so far for the

harassment one

is quite

inadequate.”

Council had

previewed the

first set presented

to council by CAO

Plachner in the

December 2018

meeting for

redoing.

At that time,

Plachner had

urged the passing

of the policies

because the deadline

set by OH&S

had already

passed.

Finance Pairs/Breds/Heifers

Competitive interest rates & fees

Insured death losses.

No other Collateral Required.

Call 403-876-2064 Andrea / 403-742-2444 Ross

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ECA REVIEW HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB ApRIL 25'19 9


BREEDERS’ SECTION

FORESTBURG COUNCIL

Relocation of recycle bins

Jody Pettigrew

ECA Review

The relocation of the Forestburg

recycling bins was up for debate at

council’s regular meeting on Thurs.

April 18.

It was proposed they move the bins

from their current location across

from the public works shop to a lot

located at 4306-47 Street, south of the

school bus parking lot at an estimated

cost of $38,600.

The estimate included installing a

culvert, creating an approach, laying

gravel and putting up fencing at the

new location in order for the bins to be

moved; as well as reclaiming the old

site.

These costs would be covered by the

Garbage Reserve fund and Flagstaff

Waste would cover the cost of moving

the bins.

Coun. Elaine Fossen requested

revised quotes based on a smaller site

plan before moving forward with a

decision.

Flagstaff Regional Solid Waste

Management (FRSWM) reported that

the recycling program continues to

have difficulties with contamination.

A recent paper run was 26 per cent

contaminated and required 20 hours

of labour to sort.

FRSWM is hoping to educate the

public on the importance of following

recycling guidelines and putting the

proper items in appropriate bins.

Funds for paving project

Village and council approved a

request for $1,000 to the Forestburg

Power Sports Association for a paving

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Contact your

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Semen tested & ready to breed

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project on the old airport

landing strip.

Funding will be disbursed

from the Community

Enhancement Fund.

The association hosts

events like the Mud Bog and

drag races at the old airport

located west of the

village and hopes

to provide an economic

boost to the

area.

Public Works is

busy working to

get the village

ready for summer.

Street sweeping

will be ongoing as

gutters dry up.

Work has commenced

on the

legacy project at

Bin Anchors

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Charolais Bulls For Sale

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2 Year Old

BULLS

For Sale

Red, Black &

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Bill & Linda

SMITH

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Bill cell 403-854-1947

L. Strom

Custom Corral Cleaning

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- equipped for big or small jobs:

low sheds and confined areas.

General Contracting:

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Devonian Park with

Communities in Bloom.

Water services will be

brought online in early May

to the ball diamonds bathrooms,

campground,

Kinsmen Park and

cemetery.

BAR-DALE Limousin

Erskine, AB

40 - 2 year Old Virgin Limousin Bulls

WE DO NOT SELL YEARLINGS

Priced to sell by private treaty. Fully guaranteed.

Carole

Ricky

Barclay

Barclay

(403) 742-4825 (H) (403) 740-5711 (C)

Terry Barclay

(403) 740-5037 (C) bardale@xplornet.com

BULLS

FOR

SALE

- Yearling

Heifer

Bulls

- Yearling

Cow

Bulls

Performance

& EPD data

available

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10 A pril 25'19 HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB. ECA REVIEW

Ph. 403-578-4111 CLASSIFIEDS Email: office@ECAreview.com

Classified Ad Rates

$13.75 + tax for 25 words

or less + 20¢ a word after

25 each week or 3 weeks

for $38.25 + tax (based on

25 words or less). Reach

75,000 readers with your

classified. This includes For

Sale, For Rent, Card of

Thanks, Coming Events,

etc.

Payment Necessary

All Classified Ads are on a

Cash Only basis and must

be prepaid before running.

There will be a $5.00

service charge on every

classified not paid for prior

to publication.

We accept cash, cheque,

e-transfer, VISA or MC.

It is the responsibility of

the advertiser to check ad

the 1st week and call us if in

error. The Review is

responsible for their

mistakes the 1st week only.

Deadline For Ads

All classified ads must be

received by 5 pm on

Mondays preceding

publication. For Too Late To

Classifieds ad must be

received by 10 am Tuesday.

Ph. 578-4111. Mail to Box

70, Coronation, AB T0C

1C0.

MISC.

METAL Roofing &

Siding. 37+ colours

available at over 55

Distributors. 40 year

warranty. 24-48 hour

Express Service

available at supporting

Distributors. Call

1-888-263-8254.

WHITE Spruce

Trees. 5’ average:

$50. Installation: $19

includes: hole

augered, Wurzel

Dip enzyme injection,

bark mulch

application, staking.

Minimum order 25.

One-time fuel

charge: $125-150.

Crystal Springs. 403-

820-0961. Quality

guaranteed.

Special family events

receive a special

keepsake gift

compliments of

McKenzie Motors

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Coronation Home

Hardware

East Central Alberta

Review

Coronation Industrial

Sales & Rentals

M&N Construction

More info: Donna at

403-578-2690

FEED AND SEED

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100 weekly newspapers.

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FORAGE Seed for

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Sweet

Clover, Alfalfa, Red

Clover, Smooth

Brome, Meadow

Brome, Crested

Wheatgrass,

Timothy, etc. Free

delivery! Birch Rose

Acres Ltd. 306-921-

9942.

HEATED Canola

buying Green,

Heated or

Springthrashed

Canola. Buying: oats,

barley, wheat & peas

for feed. Buying damaged

or offgrade

grain. “On Farm

Pickup” Westcan

Feed & Grain, 1-877-

250-5252.

CERTIFIED Seed.

Wheat - CDC Go, Go

Early, CDC

Landmark, CDC

Utmost, Pintail. Oats

- AC Juniper, AC

Morgan, AC Mustang,

CS Camden, Derby,

SO1 Super Oat.

Barley - AC Rosser,

Busby, Cerveza,

CDC Austenson,

CDC Copeland, CDC

Maverick, Sundre.

Very Early Yellow

Pea. Forage Peas.

Polish Canola. Spring

Triticale. mastinseeds.com.

403-556-

2609.

LIVESTOCK

MAINE-ANJOU Bulls

for sale. Good

Selection of two year

olds and yearlings,

solid black and red,

polled. Semen

checked and guaranteed.

Selected for

performance, low

birth weight and good

temperament. Alex

and Mary-Ann

Jensen, Rocky Lane

Farms, Rumsey,

Alberta 403-368-

2114, 403-742-9835.

LAKEFORD

Polled

Herefords

Red Angus

Top Quality Bulls

Semen Tested

“Ready to WORK for You”

Contact:

Dan 780-385-2298

cell. 780-385-5125

Killam, AB

PASTURE wanted for

30 to 100 + cow/calf

pairs. Will maintain

fences and check

regularly. Cattle are

quiet, handled often

and respect fences.

Travis Page 403-994-

1065.

RED and Black

Angus yearling bulls,

easy calving, light to

moderate birth

weight, semen tested

and guaranteed.

$2800. 780-384-2354

and 780-888-7585.

Davidson Angus and

Bellshill Red Angus.

HEREFORD Bulls for

Sale-Virgin 2 yr olds,

semen tested, halter

broke, good temperament.

Same sire as

2019 East Central

Sale Champion. 403-

644-0054.

2 YEAR Old

Charolais Bulls.

Polled, White and

Red factors available.

Semen tested

and delivered to your

pasture. Call/text

780-719-0264.

FOR Sale, Purebred

Black Angus Bulls.

2yr olds & yearlings.

Semen tested. Call

Brian or Tammy

Spady. 780-879-

2110.

BUSINESS

OPPORTUNITIES

TROUBLE Walking?

Hip or knee replacement,

or conditions

causing restrictions

in daily activities?

$2,500 tax credit.

$40,000 refund

cheque/rebates.

Disability Tax Credit.

1-844-453-5372.

HELP WANTED

COOKS &

Waitresses Wanted.

Coronation

Restaurant & Café.

Full & part-time positions

available. Drop

off resumé and ask

for Dion.

SUMMER

Employment

Opportunity. Are you

a student between

the ages of 15 and

30 that will be returning

to school in the

fall and looking for a

summer job? The Big

Valley Historical

Society has summer

employment opportunities

for the right

individual(s)! We

require someone with

maintenance skills

and able to run landscaping

equipment,

computer skills and

someone who likes

talking and helping

people. Please send

your resume to

BVHS, Box 342, Big

Valley, T0J 0G0

Attention: Trudy

Spence or email it to

tdspence64@gmail.

com

SEEKING a Career

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TRAVEL

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AUCTIONS

DIAMOND M

Convenience Store -

Linden, AB. Ritchie

Bros. Auctioneers

Unreserved Auction,

May 1 in Edmonton.

1.19 +/- Title Acres.

4500 +/- sq ft building.

Convenience

store & salon. Jerry

Hodge: 780-706-

6652; Brokerage:

Ritchie Bros. Real

Estate Services Ltd.;

rbauction.com/realestate.

SHOP & Office - Lac

La Biche, AB. Ritchie

Bros. Auctioneers

Unreserved Auction,

May 1 in Edmonton.

Sentinel Industrial

Park. 2.42 +/- Title

Acres, 6500 +/- Sq

Ft Shop & Office.

Jerry Hodge: 780-

706-6652; Brokerage:

Ritchie Bros. Real

Estate Services Ltd.;

rbauction.com/realestate.

ESTATE Farm

Auction. May 4, 2019

10 AM. South of

Hardisty Airport. Full

line of farm equipment

and cattle handling;

Shop

Equipment; Guns.

Full list & pictures

www.grunowsauction.

com. Grunow’s

Auction 780-842-

7232.

5 PARCELS of Real

Estate - Cremona,

AB. Ritchie Bros.

Auctioneers

Unreserved Auction,

May 1 in Edmonton.

2 Parcels of

Farmland - 306.59

+/- Title Acres &

$3700 SLR.

Residential acreage -

6.1 +/- title acres w/

1106 +/- sq ft home.

Residential acreage -

3.32 +/ - title acres.

Grazing lease - 640

+/- title acres, 117

AUM. Jerry Hodge:

780-706-6652;

Brokerage: Ritchie

Bros. Real Estate

Services Ltd.; rbauction.com/realestate.

MOBILE Home -

Jarvie, AB. Ritchie

Bros. Auctioneers

Unreserved Auction,

May 1 in Edmonton.

648 +/- sq ft modular

home, 1 bedroom, 1

bathroom. Alex

Ginda:

587.983.8757; rbauction.com/realestate.

COMING EVENTS

ANNUAL Meeting,

Coronation Cemetery

Society. Mon. Apr.

29, 7p.m. Golden

Age Drop In Centre.

TRINITY United

Church Beef & Ham

Smorg Supper is

Sun., April 28, from

5-6:30p.m. at the

Coronation

Community Centre.

Silent Auction.

Everyone welcome!

CORONATION

Evangelical Free

Church

FUNDRAISER. Roast

Beef Supper &

Entertainment, Sat.

May 4. Coronation

Golden Age Drop In

Centre. Supper

5:30pm.,

Entertainment

6:30pm. For a free

will donation towards

re-shingling our

Church roof.

Everyone Welcome.

3” wide version

Little

League

Picnic

(Weekend Tournament)

Burma Park

May 31 - June 2

For more info or

to enter a team

contact

Wade Golby @

403-575-5728

FIREARMS Wanted

for June 22, 2019

Live & Online

Auction: Rifles,

Shotguns, Handguns,

Militaria. Auction or

Purchase:

Collections, Estates,

Individual items.

Contact Paul,

Switzer’s Auction.

Toll-Free 1-800-694-

2609, info@switzersauction.com

or

www.switzersauction.

com.

Coronation

Spring

Market

Sat., May 4

10 am - 4 pm

at Coronation

Community Hall

40+

vendors

booked

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County of Stettler No. 6

6602 - 44 Ave., Box 1270

Phone: 403-742-4441 Fax: 403-742-1277

www.stettlercounty.ca

Work with Us

EXPERIENCED PART-TIME JOURNEYMAN

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN

The County of Stettler is seeking an experienced Part-Time Automotive Technician

to assist in the maintenance of our fleet including:

• repair and maintenance of automotive

• service and maintenance of off-road equipment, mowers, trailers

• able to perform applicable CVIP inspections.

The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills and/or

abilities required for this position:

• self-motivated, positive attitude, ability to comprehend and

communicate effectively with others, work well with others and openminded

to learning new tasks

• own their own toolbox including hand tools

• work independently

• grade 12 high school diploma

• class 5 driver’s license

• the ability to withstand related deadlines and pressures

• general computer skills, reading text, document use, written

communication

For the above noted position; please submit resume, including 3 professional

(job related) references, along with current 5-year driver’s abstract. Candidates

selected will provide a criminal record check prior to commencement of work.

Resumes and supporting documents may be mailed or hand-delivered by

Thursday, May 2, 2019 to:

County of Stettler No. 6

6602-44 Avenue, PO Box 1270

STETTLER, Alberta T0C 2L0

Please respond in confidence to Rick Green, Director of Engineering & Public Works

Email: rgreen@stettlercounty.ca (word or PDF formats will be accepted)

We thank all for their interest in the County of Stettler No. 6, but only those selected

for interview will be contacted.

County of Stettler No. 6

6602 - 44 Ave., Box 1270

Phone: 403-742-4441 Fax: 403-742-1277

www.stettlercounty.ca

Public Notice

LEASE LAND

The County of Stettler is accepting bids on the following lease land:

Parcel # 1 Roll Number Legal Land Description Acres (more or less)

509200 NE 36-35-20 W4M 67.23

Bids will be accepted with the condition that the successful bidder agrees to

repair the fence to County approved standards prior to grazing.

All bids are for a three year period.

All bids are subject to County Policy available at the County Office and at

www.stettlercounty.ca

Bids must contain: name, address, and telephone number of lessee, the legal

description, Parcel Number, and annual bid amount for land desired.

Bids are to be submitted in a sealed envelope marked “Lease Land” addressed

to: County of Stettler No. 6, c/o Quinton Beaumont, Box 1270 Stettler, Alberta

T0C 2L0.

Bids must be received by 1:30 p.m., April 30, 2019

Successful bid will be notified before May 15, 2019.

Lessee is required to pay annual taxes.

Grazing period each year is July 1 to October 1.

Highest bid not necessarily accepted.

Any further information can be obtained at the County office or by calling

Director of Agricultural Services Quinton Beaumont a 403-742-4441.

LOTS FOR SALE - HAMLET OF NEVIS

Plan RN68, Block 3, Lots 13-17 (one parcel)

This property is being offered for sale on an “as is, where is” basis and the County

of Stettler No. 6 makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as

to the adequacy of service, soil conditions, land use districting, building and

development conditions, absence or presence of environmental contamination,

or the development ability of the subject land.

Tenders must contain: Bid amount plus G.S.T., name, address, contact number,

legal of the parcel being bid on and intended use/plans.

The successful tender will be responsible for the transfer cost at Land Titles.

Tenders will be received up to 1:30 P.M. on April 30, 2019 at the County of Stettler

No. 6 Administration Building.

County of Stettler No. 6 reserves the right to accept/reject any or all tenders.

Tenders must be submitted in a sealed envelope and clearly marked “Tender -

Hamlet of Nevis Lots”.

Please submit all tenders and inquiries too:

County of Stettler No. 6 c/o Sharon Larsen

Box 1270 6602 - 44 Avenue Stettler AB T0C 2L0

Telephone 1-403-742-4441 ext 124 Email: slarsen@stettlercounty.ca


ECA REVIEW HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB ApRIL 25'19 11

Consort Branch

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

FULL-TIME

SHIPPER/RECEIVER

Counter Sales/ Some Janitorial

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Competitive Wage And Benefit Plan Offered

Resumes can be emailed to

TSMAWLEY@HEARTLANDAUTO.CA

Or dropped at the store

Your Community Adult Learning Program (CALP)

Kneehill Adult Learning Society, a not-for-profit organization

providing informal learning opportunities for foundational learners

has the following employment opportunity:

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Enjoyed visits from grandchildren

Cont’d from Pg 6

She enjoyed

riding her horse

when she could

find time and was

a member of the

Brownfield

Curling

community.

Annette and

Ron were both

members of the

Parkland Players,

a group of local

people who entertained

at many

community

functions.

‘With five kids,

someone had to

discipline and

that usually fell

on Mom’.

Weeding the

garden or

plucking

chickens were

common jobs for

teenagers who

had been out a

little too late the

previous night.

One child usually

pulled the “I

can’t – I’m going

to be sick” card

when it came to

doing chickens

but so did dad.

As the kids

grew up Annette

worked at various

jobs including the

Brownfield Post

Office, the

Brownfield Store

and the janitor for

Apache.

She really

enjoyed her years

as the librarian at

the Brownfield

School and often

commented about

how several of the

former students

still spoke to her

and laughed about

different antics

from days at the

library.

After Ron’s

passing in 2001,

Annette stayed on

the farm until her

eyesight and

health began to

deteriorate.

She moved to

Coronation where

she made new

friends and

enjoyed many

afternoons and

evenings drinking

tea, visiting and

playing cards,

first in the manor,

then the

Designated

Supportive Living

(DSL) and finally

the Long Term

Care.

She often said

how lucky she

was to live at DSL.

‘Mom really

enjoyed visits

from her grandchildren

and

great grandchildren

and was

known as

Grannie Annie to

other kids in the

community as

well.’

Annette passed

away peacefully

on April 11, 2019

at the age of 80

years.

She was predeceased

by her

husband Ron,

parents Henry

and Nettie, siblings

Henry,

Wilma, Jean and

her husband

Winton, in-laws

Jim and Hilda

Barnes and 10

Barnes brothers

and sisters and

their spouses:

Evelyn and

Edwin Wilson,

Bud and Louise

Wakefield, Hugh

and Marion

McLarty, Bill

Barnes, Cecil

Caseley, Lila

Barnes and Don

Buehler.

She will be lovingly

remembered by

her children:

Keith (Lynn),

Kathy (Glen),

Lucy (Brian),

Stan (Deb) and

and Kelly (Gail).

Also her grandchildren:

Jordan

(Aimee), Blair,

Shiana (Rob), B

(Alix), Brittany,

Justin (Nikki),

Chris (Sarah),

Robyn, Lara

(Kyle), Quinton

(Kristi) and Kelsy

(Lucas).

Her great

grandchildren:

Ella, Tegan, Aliza,

Hayden, Hunter,

Austin, Kayde,

Adriana,

Adalynne,

Kassidy, Callen

and Jerrod.

She is also survived

by her

brother Pete

(Alaline), brotherin-law

David

Glasier and sister

-in-law Betty; the

Barnes siblings:

Bob (Doreen), Reg

(Betty), Sadie

Caseley, Dorothy

(Doug) Noad;

sister-in-law Rose

Barnes; numerous

nieces, nephews,

friends and

neighbours.

A private graveside

service was

held at Coronation

Cemetery and a

gathering and

reception was

held at the

Brownfield Rec

Centre on April

20, 2019.

Condolences

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Brownfield Rec

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Card of Thanks

The family

would like to

thank everyone

who came to the

luncheon and to

the doctors and

staff of the DSL

and Long Term

Care in

Coronation for the

wonderful care

she received over

the years.

Thanks also to

everyone who

helped get the hall

and lunch organized.

We are so

lucky to be part of

such a caring

community.

Special thanks

to Pastor Allan

Richardson for

his comforting

words.

Castor

Sheet Metal

Plumbing

Heating & A/C

Furnace Repair

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S. Barnes

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Dr. Craig Larson,

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Chad Brummund,

Patrick May

Hanna, Castor, Consort, Forestburg

(403) 854-2110

410 2nd Avenue West,

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Coronation Mall

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12 A pril 25'19 HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB. ECA REVIEW

Carbon house fire

Terri Huxley

ECA Review

Carbon, Acme, and

Linden Fire Departments

responded to a house fire

on the east end of the village

on Thurs. April 18.

No one was injured

according to Carbon Fire

Chief Jody Kranzler.

The departments

responded to the call at

approximately noon

which was under control

within an hour and a

half.

The cause of the fire

remains under

investigation.

Thank you

Anna

Garez

Carbon Fire Department spent

Tuesday afternoon, April 16,

burning off old grass on the

hillside in the back alley of

Aberdeen Avenue and Hillside

Avenue. Carbon’s fire chief

identified the overgrowth as a fire

hazard so the local department

conducted a controlled burn.

Photo courtesy of Doris Buhler

Thank you

For you for your ongoing

friendly support

and hard work,

Sherri Kercher.

Thank you

Behind Every Successful

Business is An Efficient

And Dedicated Staff.

CASTOR

Thank you

Koreena

Kuziw

Phone for your feed requirements

(403) 578-COWS (2697)

Thank you

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cell. 403-740-5192

I would like

to thank

Rhonda

Boizard

my pharmacy

assistant for

her hard work

& Dedication.

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ph. 403.882.3055

Tina

for your

hard

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Thank you Viki, Sam and Cholista

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Emerald

for all your

hard work

Boys Financial Services

Peter Boys,

Certified Agricultural Farm Advisor

peter@boysfin.ca • www.boysfin.ca

T: 403.742.6450 • 866.219.7366

C: 403.740.4835

Qualifying

Member

For your

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to the

ECA Review

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403-578-4111 30 pt • Coronation, Ab

4704-55 St., Stettler, AB • 403-742-0280

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403-742-8166

4913 - 50 th St. Stettler, AB

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find us on

to all our

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for all you do!

Brenda’s

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Cindy Link, Ashleigh Dawson, Laura Cook,

Sharon Heidecker, and Melinda Toole

Missing: Abby

Heidecker and

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Thank you

Thank you to

our awesome

team!

Your hard

work and

dedication

is greatly

appreciated!

COUNTY OF

PAINTEARTH #18

403-882-3211 • Castor, AB

www.countypaintearth.ca

4801 Railway Ave,

Coronation, AB T0C 1C0

403.578.2561 | Cell 403.740.5120

Fax 403.578.2763

www.techmationelectric.com

Techmation Electric & Controls Ltd. is one of Western Canada’s leading Electrical &

Instrumentation companies focusing on the energy sector. We pride ourselves on

leadership, technical expertise, integrity and customer service. We are currently accepting

resumes in the Consort region for the following positions only:

The following would be an asset:

09085TT1

Thank you

Thank you

Thank you

to our staff:

Karen,

Shuanna,

Miranda,

Sara

and

Kelli

- Journeyman Electricians

- Journeyman Instrument Mechanics

Alberta or Interprovincial Journeyman Certificate

Valid Safety Tickets, H2S Alive and First Aid

WHMIS /TDG

PLC and SCADA Experience

Valid and Clean Drivers License

Oil & Gas Experience

Excellent communication skills (both written and verbal)

Capability of working in a customer oriented service environment

In addition to Competitive Wages, Benefit Package, RSP & Pension Plan, we offer a

dynamic high paced team environment. The successful candidate(s) will have an

opportunity for a full time position with a minimum 3 year term.

Thanks to

Ph: 306.463.4250

Rhonda Fax: 306.463.4251 Welsch

for her hard

work and

continued

dedicated

commitment

Qualified applicants are invited to fax or email their resume:

Attention: Tanner Perratt – District Manager

or e-mail: tperratt@techmationelectric.com

Committed to Quality, Safety & Service!

www.techmationelectric.com

cell (780) 753-0929

shop (780) 753-4749

4444-50th Ave. Provost, AB

24 hour service • East of old Provost Arena

Dr. V.N. Patel,

General Dentist

4906-51 Street Stettler, Ab

t:403 742 6741

f:403-742-2391

e: stettlerfamilydental@gmail.com

Thank you

Jacque Baldwin

You’re wonderful!

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Authority Board and

Management

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