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STETTLER TOWN COUNCIL

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Stu Salkeld

Local Journalism Initiative reporter

ECA Review

Stettler town council approved the

purchase of a new backhoe to replace

one that was stolen last summer.

The decision was made at the Nov. 1

regular meeting of council.

Director of Operational Services

Melissa Robbins presented councillors

with the results of a request for proposal

(RFP) for a new backhoe

construction vehicle. Robbins reported

the town lost its backhoe last summer

to due to crime.

“In August 2022, the town’s CASE

backhoe was stolen from the shop

yard,” stated Robbins in her memo to

council. “Insurance values the unit at

$140,786 and has instructed us to proceed

with replacement of the unit.

“In the 10-year capital budget,

administration planned to replace this

backhoe in 2023 for $250,000.”

She explained that the town’s search

for a replacement vehicle was publicly

advertised and she had the results

ready for council.

“An RFP was posted on the Alberta

Purchasing Connection,” she noted,

adding that the town received four

offers as a result.

Rocky Mountain Equipment (CASE)

offered a vehicle for $229,838, Finning

(Cat) offered a backhoe for $232,200,

Brandt (John Deere) offered one for

$283,600 and Designcon International

Ltd. (John Deere) offered a backhoe for

$350,654.

Robbins explained she recommended

the CASE product over the

others for an important reason.

“We did not evaluate the machines

for purchase for this RFP because we

used to own a CASE backhoe and to

switch equipment manufacturers we

would have to modify or purchase all

new attachments which substantially

increases the purchase amount,”

stated her report.

However, she did recommend purchasing

one piece of equipment right

now, a breaker for $9,250 which is

priced down from about $14,000, plus a

five-year warranty for an added hit of

$14,900.

The total purchase price of the

CASE backhoe was $253,988 minus the

insurance sum of $140,786 for a final

cost to the town of $113,202.

During discussion Robbins

informed councillors the stolen

backhoe was never recovered. She

added that with the Town of Stettler

already owning quite a few pieces of

equipment for a CASE backhoe, purchasing

another was the logical

alternative.

She pointed out this purchase would

be included in the 2023 capital budget.

Coun. Gord Lawlor asked what

model year the stolen backhoe was

and Robbins responded it was a 2018.

She also added that, judging by the

condition of the crime scene, the

backhoe suffered substantial damage

as a result of its theft.

Councillors unanimously approved

purchasing a CASE backhoe to replace

the stolen one for the final cost to taxpayers

of $113,202.

The Town of Stettler got onto snow plowing very early Mon. Nov. 7. According to the Weather Network the town and region received

between 20 and 30 cm of snow over the past week.

ECA Review/S.Salkeld

INDEX

Stettler town council ................. 3

Real Estate & Homes .................. 3

Agriculture ................................. 4

Obituaries .......................... 4, 7-8

Alix council ................................. 5

Theresetta school ....................... 5

Classifieds/Careers ..................... 6

Disagreement

over regional

library fees

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resolved

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Drumheller

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Drumheller RCMP and partners arrest four

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Drumheller General Investigation

Section assisted by other RCMP units

conducted an investigation into drug

trafficking activities in Drumheller,

between September and November of

2022. As a result of the investigation,

evidence was obtained that led to the

arrest of four suspects on Nov. 3, 2022.

Drumheller RCMP executed a

search warrant on Nov. 3, 2022 at two

Disagreement over regional library

fees appears to be resolved

Stu Salkeld

Local Journalism Initiative reporter

ECA Review

A disagreement between some members

of a regional library system about

how fees are calculated appears to

have been resolved judging by correspondence

presented at the last one

council meeting in the area.

Parkland Regional Library System

(PRL) was the subject of two letters

that were presented as official correspondence

at the Nov. 2 Alix village

council meeting, and the subject in

question, census numbers and how

they’re used to calculate per capita

fees, was also discussed the night

before at the Town of Stettler council

meeting.

The first letter presented to Alix village

council came from Town of Olds

Mayor Judy Dahl, who stated the

municipality and some other PRL

members had concerns about certain

census numbers and how they affected

that community.

Dahl’s letter, dated Oct. 21, noted the

Town of Olds, as a member of PRL,

sent a request to the organization’s

board of directors to change the membership

agreement.

“Olds and several other members

believe that PRL’s reliance on

Treasury Board statistics is not in line

with section 8.3 of the agreement

which reads: “’The population of a

municipality that is party to this

agreement shall be deemed to be the

most recent population figure for the

municipality as published by Alberta

Municipal Affairs.’”

Dahl explained the Town of Olds

would like the membership agreement

altered to clearly state that PRL use

the same census numbers for PRL that

Municipal Affairs uses to calculate

capital and operating grant funding for

municipalities, “...which, at the time of

this writing, are the 2016 federal

census figures. In other words, the

numbers used to determine municipal

revenues ought to be used to determine

municipal expenditures.

“To be clear, the Town of Olds is not

disputing the dollar amount it provides

to PRL, as we recognize the value of

this organization; instead, Olds takes

issue with the choice to use population

statistics that are outside the scope of

the agreement.”

Dahl went further and stated the

communities of Carstairs, Didsbury,

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residences in the Town of Drumheller,

as well as search warrants on two

vehicles. As a result of the search warrants

the following was found. A

quantity of suspected methamphetamine,

quantity of Canadian currency,

prohibited weapons x 2 (Butterfly

knives), shotgun ammunition and

stolen property from nine victims.

Steven Dixon (43), a resident of

Drumheller, has been charged with

Mountain View and Cremona supported

Olds’ statements.

Coincidentally, the Alix correspondence

also included a written response

from PRL board chair Debra Smith,

acknowledging the Town of Olds’

request for a change to the membership

agreement and its right to do so,

but noting the rationale behind the

request, that reliance on Treasury

Board statistics is not in line with section

8.3 of the membership agreement,

required clarification.

“It is this point I wish to clarify,”

stated Smith’s letter dated Oct. 27. “The

Parkland board consulted a legal

opinion on this matter which determined

conclusively that using the

population figures supplied by Alberta

Treasury Board and Finance to

invoice municipalities is entirely in

accord with our membership

agreement.”

Smith went on to explain the Alberta

government no longer compiles a

Municipal Affairs population list and

instructed organizations to use the

Treasury Board numbers.

She said this was communicated to

members in 2021 and discussed a

number of times in meetings plus last

May PRL developed its proposed

budget with the Treasury Board

numbers.

“However, it must be stated that

based on the legal opinion included

with this letter Parkland’s use of the

population estimates from Treasury

Board and Finance for invoicing

municipalities is fully in line with

Parkland’s membership agreement,”

added Smith in her letter.

On Nov. 1 at the Town of Stettler regular

council meeting Coun. Gord

Lawlor, during council reports, noted

this issue keeps coming up at board

meetings and appears to revolve

around communities that are experiencing

rapid growth.

During the Alix council meeting the

village’s council delegate to the group,

Coun. Barb Gilliat, confirmed that

PRL obtained a legal opinion on the

issues raised by the Town of Olds’

letter and the legal response was that

PRL was within its authority to use the

Treasury Board numbers.

Hence, stated Gilliat, PRL was following

their policies and bylaws

properly.

Alix Mayor Rob Fehr voiced confusion

at the council meeting, noting he

felt this issue had been resolved yet it

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possession of a controlled substance,

possession of a prohibited weapon, two

counts of Breach of an Undertaking

and possession of stolen property.

Dixon will be appearing in

Drumheller Provincial court on Dec. 9,

2022.

Justin Lenfesty (32), a resident of

Drumheller, has been charged with

eight counts of possession of stolen

property, three counts of Breach of

was still showing up at council

meetings.

Gilliat responded it’s likely going to

be talked about at another PRL board

meeting and perhaps the matter will

be decided by majority vote.

A request for comment was sent to

the Town of Olds by the ECA Review

Nov. 4, but no response was received

by deadline.

A message was left for PRL

Executive Director Ron Sheppard by

the ECA Review Nov. 7 but it was noted

he was out of the office until Nov. 8.

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Drumheller Provincial court on Nov.

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Justine Carruthers (33), a resident

of Drumheller, has been charged with

eight counts of possession of stolen

property. She will be appearing in

Drumheller Provincial court on Dec.

9, 2022.

A fourth individual was arrested

but later released with no charges

pending further investigation.

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REAL ESTATE/HOMES

STETTLER TOWN COUNCIL

Council approves $600k for new hydrovac

Stu Salkeld

Local Journalism Initiative reporter

ECA Review

Stettler town council approved just

over $600,000 to buy a new hydrovac

that uses high-pressure water to break

up earth which is then vacuumed up

for removal. The decision was made at

the Nov. 1 regular meeting of council.

Director of Operational Services

Melissa Robbins presented councillors

with the results of a request for proposal

(RFP) for a hydrovac truck, a

purchase which Robbins noted was

previously included in the 2022 capital

budget.

Robbins noted the town received

four offers from its RFP, but there

were problems with two of the offers.

Rival Hydrovac (Rival) offered a

vehicle for $639,900, Industrial

Machine Inc. offered a vehicle for

$813,320, Superior North America

(RamVac) offered a vehicle for $616,659

which Robbins noted did not

meet the RFP specifications

and lastly FST Canada Inc.

(TruVac) offered a vehicle

for $497,785 which Robbins

stated did not meet

specifications.

She stated during her presentation

that the two offers

that didn’t meet specifications

were removed from

consideration, leaving two

other offers.

“Comparing the two low

bidder models, the RamVac

only has a reach of 12 to 17

feet, with the Rival reaching

25 feet which is our minimum

reach specification,”

stated Robbins in her memo

to council.

Coun. Wayne Smith asked

if that reach is multi-directional

and Robbins

answered affirmatively.

FOR SALE BY TENDER

The following land within Wheatland County, near

Dalum, is offered for sale by tender, subject to the

owners reserving the right, after closing of the tender,

to negotiate the sale price and any other terms of

the sale, directly with any Tenderer or Tenderers. The

land will be subject to the restrictions in the existing

Certificates of Title:

PARCEL 1:

SW QUARTER-13-27-19 W4

PARCEL 2:

SE QUARTER-13-27-19 W4

Possession date: March 31, 2023.

“Therefore, based on the

minimal price difference,

the Rival is better suited for

our needs and meets the

RFP specifications.

Warranty prices will be

explored at the time of the

hydrovac delivery which is

expected to be April 2023.

“Because of the unpredictable

price fluctuations, Rival

will not quote warranty

prices until the unit is built.

Approximate cost of

extended five-year warranty

is $7,000. Warranty purchase

options to be

considered at time of

delivery,” she noted.

Robbins noted that the

Rival product is sold by a

dealer in Stettler, and she

has apparently been invited

to their facility for a tour as

the vehicle is prepared.

Council approves trailer

mounted flushing unit for $178k

Stu Salkeld

Local Journalism Initiative reporter

ECA Review

The sewers and culverts of the Town

of Stettler will be flowing like never

before after council unanimously

agreed to purchase a new flushing

unit. The decision was made at the

Nov. 1 regular meeting.

Director of Operational Services

Melissa Robbins presented councillors

with a request to purchase a new

trailer-mounted sewer flushing unit.

“Approved 2022 capital budget is

$200,000 to purchase a new trailer

mounted sewer flushing unit,” she

stated in her memo to council.

Robbins noted the mobile unit which

can be towed by a truck can be used to

flush all the sewers and culverts in

town.

The desired piece of equipment was

included in a request for proposal

(RFP) and publicly advertised, and

Robbins noted the town received three

offers.

Superior North America Inc. offered

a Sewer Equipment Co. model for

$163,271, FST Canada Inc. offered a US

Jetting model for $172,594.45 and

Westvac Industrial Ltd. offered a

Vac-Con model for $155,900.

“We are not considering the Westvac

Industrial unit as it did not meet specifications,”

stated Robbins.

“Of the two remaining models, both

meet specifications and therefore the

Sewer Equipment Co. unit is being recommended

for purchase.

“Public Works has hired a contractor

who operates this same model

with good success for cleaning and

clearing blocked sewer lines.”

Robbins explained the Town of

Stettler has hired a contractor out of

Ponoka who used a similar unit and

the town was very happy with the

results.

It was further noted the base price

would be increased by $9,542 to

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include a wireless remote

pendant and an additional

$5,595 for a three-year warranty.

The total cost to

taxpayers would be $178,

408.

Councillors unanimously

approved purchasing the

Sewer Equipment Co. model

from Superior North

America for the price of

$178,408.

Interested parties may receive a Tender package

from Kloot & Associates at 98-3rd Ave. West,

P.O. Box 970, Drumheller, Alberta T0J 0Y0,

email address: bill.herman@drumhellerlaw.

com which will detail terms of the sale and

requirements of Tenderer. Please request Tender

Package for File #22-21706 WAH. Tenders close

at 12:00 noon on December 16, 2022.

Notice of Increase

to the Franchise Fee

on Electric Billings

Please be advised that the Village of Clive is proposing

to increase the local access fee, which is charged to

FortisAlberta Inc. (FortisAlberta) for use of municipal

lands for its power lines effective January 1, 2023.

The fee is recovered by FortisAlberta from its

customers as the local municipal access fee on electric

billings of all customers that receive electric service in

the Village. This local access fee will be increased from

$7.32 (10%) to $8.05 (11%) of the delivery charge of

FortisAlberta, excluding energy related riders.

This calculation is based on 640 kWh consumption

in 30 days.

Questions or concerns should be directed to

Carla Kenney, CAO at (403) 784-3366 or

email admin@clive.ca.

Thank you.

Later in the meeting both

councillors, Gord Lawlor

and Scott Pfeiffer voiced

interest in also going on the

tour.

During discussion the

topic of hydrovac vehicles

that can perform multiple

duties came up. Robbins

stated she didn’t feel that

was the best option because

if for some reason the

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FOR SALE BY TENDER

The following land within Starland County is offered

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Possession date: January 6, 2023.

multi-use vehicle goes out of

service, then multiple jobs

are delayed. Also, combining

a hydrovac with a

flusher can be expensive

and complicated.

Stettler town council

unanimously approved the

purchase of the hydrovac

from Rival Hydrovac for a

purchase price of $639,900

plus tax.

1/4 section north of

Veteran - 90 acres

broke, home site,

16’ x 76’ mobile

home, 40’ x 60’

shop & working

corrals. Owner

Interested parties may receive a Tender package

from Kloot & Associates at 98-3rd Ave. West,

P.O. Box 970, Drumheller, Alberta T0J 0Y0,

which will detail terms of the sale and

requirements of Tenderer. Please request Tender

Package for File #22-21657 WAH. Tenders close

at 12:00 noon on NOVEMBER 18, 2022

Town of Bashaw

Notice of Decrease

to the Franchise Fee

on Natural Gas Billings

The Town of Bashaw is proposing to decrease the natural

gas distribution franchise fee which it charges ATCO

Gas and Pipelines Ltd. for the exclusive right to deliver

natural gas to the residents of the Town of Bashaw and for

use of municipal lands for its natural gas lines, effective

January 1st 2023. The franchise fee applies to all customers

that receive gas services in the Town of Bashaw and is

required to be billed as a separate charge on gas billings.

The current franchise fee is set at 15% of ATCO Gas and

Pipelines Ltd. delivery revenues and will decrease to 13%

effective January 1, 2023. For an average residential customer

using 115 GJs per year, this will result in an annual decrease

of approximately $13.21 from the average that would

otherwise be paid in 2023. The franchise fee is anticipated

to account for approximately $85.88 of the average annual

residential bill in 2023.

For questions or concerns please contact:

Theresa Fuller, CAO

Box 510, 5011 – 52 Avenue, Bashaw, Alberta

780-372-3911 Fax: 780-372-2335

Email: cao@townofbashaw.com

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Committed to local community

Luke

Onruf Luke (89)

July 4, 1933 - Oct. 26, 2022

Best known for his namesake restaurant

in Delia, Alta., Onruf Luke passed

away at the age of 89 years on the afternoon

of Oct. 26, 2022 at the Drumheller

Health Centre surrounded by his loving

family.

Onruf Luke was born on July 4, 1933

in Guangdong Province, China, the

second and youngest

child to Luke Pak

Shing “Charlie” and

Tung Bic Hong.

In 1951 Luke

immigrated to

Canada to join his

father and started in

Paradise Valley,

Alta. where he completed

high school.

From there, Luke

moved to work in

Barrhead, Alta. before moving to Delia,

Alta.

In 1957, Charlie and Luke bought the

coffee shop in Delia. On Thurs. Oct 17,

they opened the Delia Coffee Bar.

Despite not making their first sale (a

hamburger steak for 55 cents) until four

days later, they never looked back and

Luke and the coffee shop have been

part of the community ever since.

Although the original neon signage

outside called it the Delia Coffee Bar, it

became colloquially known as Luke’s.

In 1970, Luke and Charlie took a

year off from running the coffee shop,

taking a vacation which included a

stop to see the Expo in Osaka, Japan

and then back to China.

Luke returned from the trip with the

greatest vacation souvenir of them all,

a new bride, Mai Yim Leung. They

married on Nov. 10, 1970 and over the

next 10 years, Luke’s family grew with

addition of four children – three sons -

Shing, Kong, Chong; and one daughter

Joy.

In 1981, Luke purchased the former

Co-op grocery store, turning it into the

Delia General Store, successfully running

it until 2002 when it was sold.

As of this year 2022, the coffee shop

has been open for 65 years, a tribute

and fitting legacy to Luke.

He had an amazing memory, able to

recognize returning customers many

years later. Even after years had

passed, Luke had the inane ability to

recall a previous customer’s preferences,

whether they took their coffee

“cream or black”.

Luke was always committed to the

local community and contributed

whenever he could to support it. Over

the years, he earned various community

honours and accolades. Some of

these included being awarded the

Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee

OBITUARY

Medal in 2012 and being named the

parade marshal for Delia’s

100th Centennial in 2014. Luke also

loved that the coffee shop was used in

two different movies – Knockaround

Guys and Hands That Bind.

Luke is predeceased by his parents,

older brother Yep and son Kong.

He is survived by his wife Mai; children,

Shing, Chong and Joy (Simon

Wong); and grandchildren Amelia and

Bennett Wong; and nephew Kar as well

as many other nieces and nephews and

their extended families in China.

Luke was extremely proud of his

family but sadly he will miss that

opportunity with his young

grandchildren.

We hope that Luke’s memory lives on

in all of our hearts and from the memories

of the 5+ generations of customers

he served over the past 65 years.

He will be deeply missed by his

family and so many others who had the

opportunity to cross paths with him.

His family is very appreciative and

thanks everyone for all their kind

words about Luke since his passing.

Hopefully he’s up there now on the

other side of that counter enjoying his

tea, sharing stories with all his previous

customers.

Rest in peace, Luke.

We would like to thank the

Drumheller Health Centre for making

Christmas

Markets

Christmas

Christmas Markets

Craft Fair

Coronation Community

Wed., Nov. 16 11am - 6pm

Coronation Community Centre

Concession Available • Join us for Lunch

22nd Annual Big Valley

Christmas Craft Show & Sale

Sat., Nov. 19 (10 am - 3 pm) @ Big Valley Hall

Lunch will be available

*NEW* Photos with Santa

For information or bookings please call or

text Andrea at (403) 741-5045

* This year we are collecting winter wear/socks/mitts/

feminine products/ backpacks for the Mustard

Seed & Women’s Shelter *

AGRICULTURE

Luke as comfortable

as possible in

his final days.

There will be a

private family

graveside service

at a later date. If

so desired, please

make a donation

to the Canadian

Cancer Society or

Alzheimer Society

on behalf of Luke

or feel free to contribute

to any of

Delia’s community

organizations.

Hanna Funeral

Services Ltd. has

been trusted with

the care and

arrangements,

403-854-5956,

www.hannafuneral.ca.

For more

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Notice of an

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of the members of Bashaw Seed

Cleaning Co-op Association Ltd.

Notice is hereby given that an Annual

Meeting of the members of Bashaw

Seed Cleaning Co-op will be held at the

Seed Cleaning Plant in Bashaw, AB on

Thursday, November 24, 2022

at 1:00 pm for the following process:

1. To receive the financial statements for

the fiscal year end.

2. To elect directors of the association.

3. To appoint auditors of the association.

4. To transact such other business, if

any, as may properly come before the

meeting.

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ECA REVIEW HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB November 10'22 5


ALIX COUNCIL

New fire department radio system in 2025 approved

Stu Salkeld

Local Journalism Initiative

reporter

ECA Review

Alix village council approved

switching over to a more

modern fire department radio

system after a presentation by

members of the local fire

department. The presentation

was made at the Nov. 2 regular

meeting of council.

Fire Chief Darren Hiron and

Deputy Fire Chief Cory

Anderson presented the department’s

2023 budget, which

included future plans to switch

to the Alberta first responders

radio communication system

(AFRRCS).

The proposal to switch to the

AFRRCS was included in a fiveyear

draft budget prepared by

the regional chief in conjunction

with Hiron.

The fire chiefs explained the

older radio system currently

used by Alix has some issues

with dispatch which are usually

attributed to the older radio

technology and the topography


of the Alix region.

The AFRRCS system will

eliminate this, plus improve

communication with emergency

partners like STARS and

surrounding municipalities.

Deputy Chief Anderson noted

about 80 per cent of Alberta

emergency responders use the

AFRRCS system.

The fire chiefs also mentioned

the Alix Fire Department is

planning an open house as part

of a membership drive where

those interested in becoming

firefighters could visit, tour the

facility and learn more about

the job.

Councillors unanimously

approved both the operating

and capital budgets as presented

by the fire chiefs.

Getting the word out

Councillors also heard a presentation

by Lacombe Tourism

Executive Director Austin

Weaver who presented a budget

request of $3,633 to Alix village

council.

Weaver stated for that money

the village gets to be featured in

photo shoots and in Route 12

tourism corridor promotional

material along with allowing

Alix to push out its own events

and promotional info with

Lacombe Tourism’s social

media reach.

Chief Administrative Officer

(CAO) Michelle White noted the

village has benefitted from the

partnership with Lacombe

Tourism.

Councillors unanimously

approved including the $3,633

request in the 2023 budget.

Interim budget

Planning has begun on next

year’s budget and the CAO presented

councillors with a draft

version of the document. White

noted it’s for their consideration

and it will be discussed further

at future meetings.

In a memo to council White

noted, “No change has been

made to the municipal portion

of the mill rate in preparation of

the 2023 interim operating

budget.” However, she pointed

out provincial requisitions connected

to property tax bills may

THERESETTA SCHOOL NEWS

not be known until next

spring.

Police funding model

expenses have apparently

increased from a projected

$29,350 to $32,000 likely

because of increased population

(from 734 to 818) and

assessment growth.

White noted the village

awaits more information on

the status of grant applications

for work on the

municipal lagoon.

Presents She also noted the water,

sewer and garbage utilities

are now self-sustaining and

are no longer subsidized by

property taxes.

Presents

Presents

Presents Presents

Presents

Councillors unanimously

accepted the interim budget

draft as information.

Suspicious vehicles

Councillors examined the

regular report of Cyberus

security services and noted

quite a number of “suspicious

vehicles” were

reported between Sept. 19

and Oct. 9.

Among the instances

listed were some vehicles

running stop signs and on

Oct. 9, a “...truck passing

through the village along

Hwy. 12 at an extreme rate of

speed at 2:46 a.m.”

Girls B Theresetta school volleyball team win silver

at Forestburg tournament. From the left, back row:

Mr. Finkbiner, Sky Barnes, Tessa Beaumont, Murry

Bicknell and Leah Boxma. Front row: Chloe Barnes,

Abby Boxma and Aubrey Younger.


ECA Review/Submitted


Learning traditions

October has come and gone, and we

were all so grateful at Theresetta for

the beautiful weather that accompanied

our fall activities.

The kinderkids enjoyed learning

about autumn by studying leaves,

making applesauce, and discovering

that pumpkins float!

They have also been working hard

at building and extending patterns

and exploring quantities to 10. They

are even starting to blend sounds to

make words.

The Grade 3-4 class led a very meaningful

Thanksgiving service to help us

all focus on the many blessings we

have.

This class has also been learning

about the traditions and celebrations

of different countries around the

world. They discovered that Peru celebrates

Carnival, and that they often

have parades with masks. The students

enjoyed making their own

masks followed by an afternoon full of

their own carnival activities.

Sports

The incredible fall weather was perfect

for the cross-country meets held

in Big Valley (CARA) on Oct. 4, and in

Red Deer (CWAJHAA) on October 12.

The top 10 finishers at CARA were

Danica Boger (4th), Simone Fetaz (5th),

Daphne Fuller (8th) for Grade 8 girls;

Owen Beaumont (5th - Grade 8 boys);

Lyrics by CHAD BEGUELIN

Book by BOB MARTIN

and THOMAS MEEHAN

Owen Beaumont and Leah Boxma present food bank items

collected from Halloween Candy Guess Contest at Theresetta

school to Sue Goodkey who is representing the Food Bank.

Boston Slemp (1st), Reuben Fetaz (2nd)

for Grade 9 boys.

At CWAJHAA, where the competition

included schools throughout

Central Western Alberta, Danica

placed 9th, Boston 4th and Rueben

10th.

Congratulations to these talented

runners!

Volleyball has been very successful

for all our teams this month.

The A girls have won all their

league games, as well as placing first

in three tournaments. The B girls,

who have players from Grades 4-7, finished

second in Stettler’s and

Forestburg’s B tournaments.

The boys have also been on a winning

streak in the league, as well as

placing first at the Forestburg tournament

and second in Stettler.

One of the highlights for our students

this month was being able to

resume our visits to the Lodge and

Long Term Care (LTC). On Oct. 25, the

Grades 3 - 6 music classes entertained

the residents at LTC with Halloween

songs, and the K - 2 students did the

same at the Lodge.

Mr. Fetaz’s religion classes also visited

both places that same week to help

with pumpkin carving.

The week before Halloween the

Junior High Student council put on a

Candy Jar Guessing Contest.

Turn to Spooktacular, Pg 6

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and THOMAS ELF All authorized THE MUSICAL MEEHAN

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Doors open 5:00 TICKETS: $55 & 26, 2

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Dinner

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without going over got to

take home the candy!

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two boxes of donations

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Saskatchewan.

Excellent fishing.

Thick pine & poplar

bluffs, by water coulee.

Old yard site

with power and

water. Revenue

Potential. East of

Prince Albert, SK.

$248,000. Call Doug

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Cropland South of

Weyburn, SK.

Distressed sale.

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friendly.Ph. 403-323-

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Royal St., a beautiful

church structure. No

pets. $900/mth plus

utilties; $900 damage

deposit. Call Linda

780-522-2048.

FEED AND SEED

WE BUY DAMAGED

Grain - Heated,

Mixed, Tough, Light,

Bugs, Spring

Thrashed....Barley,

Wheat, Oats, Peas,

Flax, Canola. “On

Farm Pickup”.

Westcan Feed &

Grain 1-877-250-

5252.

ALBERTA FEED

Grain: Buying Oats,

Barley, Wheat,

Canola, Peas,

Screenings, Mixed

Grains. Dry, Wet,

Heated, or Spring

Thresh. Prompt

Payment. In House

Trucks, In House

Excreta Cleaning. Vac

Rental. 1-888-483-

8789.

LIVESTOCK

110 FANCY Char

cross and Red Angus

cross Bred Heifers,

bred to Red Angus

bulls, to be sold at

Stettler Auction Mart

on Fri. Nov. 25, 2022.

Start calving March 1.

For more info phone

Deral Lang 403-742-

7870.

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ECA REVIEW HANNA/CORONATION/STETTLER, AB November 10'22 7


OBITUARY

Her love of teaching touched many lives

Connie Lorraine Nelson

April 26, 1955 - Oct. 27, 2022

Connie Lorraine Nelson (nee

MacKenzie) went home to be with her

Lord after a courageous battle with

cancer on Thurs. Oct. 27, 2022 at age 67.

Connie was born on April 26, 1955

and was raised in Calgary, the second

oldest of six girls. Connie was actively

involved in Girl Guides, gymnastics,

field hockey and the church where she

sang in the choir, played handbells

and helped lead

Explorers. She loved to read

and her habit of reading under

the covers at bedtime backfired

one night when her

lightbulb caught her pillow on

fire!

Connie graduated from high

school and went to Bible college

where she met some

Nelson

amazing lifelong friends.

Connie’s faith blossomed there

and she continued to live her life as a

strong woman of God.

She married Frank Matthews, a

British soldier who was doing military

training in Canada in 1976 and three

children were born to this union.

The Matthews extended family took

Connie in and immediately loved her.

She was adored by all her new English

sisters and brothers, but especially by

her new in-laws. The relationship

Connie had with the Matthews family

continued to be strong over the years,

and they are devastated over Connie’s

passing.

Frank and Connie lived the military

life on bases in Germany, France,

Scotland and England. Two of their

children, Krista (1977) and Aaron

(1978) were born in England and not

long after Connie and Frank moved

back to Canada, Cheney (1979) was

born.

After her marriage ended, she

worked and raised her three children

who, at the time, were all under four

years of age, first for a few years in

Calgary, then Ponoka, before moving

to Lethbridge to take her teaching

degree. With limited funds, late night

studies, do-it-yourself home repairs,

and middle-of-the-night emergency

hospital visits with asthmatic kids, she

graduated in 1988 with her degree.

Connie and her children moved to

Duchess, Alta. where she started off as

a kindergarten teacher. Connie found

love and acceptance within the church

in Duchess and true lifelong friends

who helped and supported her as she

raised her children alone and taught

full time. Eventually she moved up to

teaching Grades 1-3. She would later

teach in Tilley, Airdrie,

Brooks and lastly Red Deer

before retiring in June 2016.

In her younger years,

Connie liked to hike in the

mountains with her children.

In particular, she

loved the big night sky

where she could watch the

stars.

It was a blind date in

November 2006 that took

her to Red Deer as it was

love at first sight and Connie and Doug

Nelson were married in Red Deer on

July 6, 2007. She soon became a most

loved person in her ‘new family’, new

church, new school, and new community

of friends in Red Deer. For both

Doug and Connie, it was an unplanned

and unexpected gift of companionship

later in life. For the first time in

decades, they had someone that knew

and shared their feelings, hopes, vulnerabilities,

fears and desires.

She continued teaching and always

rejoiced as each student reached their

reading grade level or conquered timed

math facts.

An example of Connie’s impact on

touching lives was when students she

had taught in Duchess in Grades 1, 2

and 3 invited her back to be the guest

speaker at their Grade 12 graduation.

Doug became her education assistant

in evenings marking lessons when he

retired from trucking, jokingly noting

he always avoided homework when he

was in school.

Teaching is not only what Connie

did, but it became a part of her identity.

Connie touched hundreds of children’s

lives over the years with her patience,

understanding and kindness whether

in school or elsewhere. Connie was

highly regarded as a teacher by parents,

students, and colleagues.

A good example of her going above

and beyond was the annual Christmas

dinner that she cooked for her Grade 3

class. She knew many of her students

in Red Deer had never tasted a traditional

Christmas dinner or even

shared a sit-down family meal. She

prepared turkey, mashed potatoes and

all the fixings each year for her

classes.

Her commitment was to Jesus Christ

and His love shone through her onto

everyone who met or knew

Connie. Connie most of all found joy in

doing things for others whether that

was cooking a meal, reading stories to

kids, listening, consoling others, or

filing government papers on behalf of

permanent residents or refugees.

Connie put everyone above herself

without thought or hesitation, even

when she was in pain and suffering

herself.

Another example of her caring for

others was when a child from a refugee

camp, Koroma, arrived in her Grade 3

classroom, scared and unable to speak

English. Now graduated from high

school, Koroma, his mother and his

four siblings remained close to Connie

and Doug. He wrote to Mrs. Nelson

after she became ill.

“Being that wild child that I was, you

were the first to care and who really

took the time to help me far beyond

what was required. And you never

stopped there, you took it upon yourself

to help my family, especially my

mother. The kindness and love you

gave us is endless. The thank you from

us is endless. We are forever grateful.”

When Connie retired they had more

time to golf and camp with family and

friends and enjoy the grandkids.

Connie and Doug did some international

travel and were able to go back

and spend time with Connie’s relatives

in England.

Connie liked to bake and especially

delighted in teaching her children and

grandchildren, some as young as three

years old. With their home in Red Deer,

Connie and Doug often were the ones

hosting and cooking meals for large

Remembered for her kindness,

thoughtfulness, determination

Jenny Gordon passed away in the

early hours of Oct. 29, 2022 at the age of

93.

Jenny was born on May 7, 1929 in

Standard, Alta. to Nikolai and Katrina

Beck. She was the fourth of seven children.

The family lived north of Cluny,

Alta. where Jenny attended the local

rural school. After high

school graduation Jenny

enrolled in normal school

in Calgary to become a

teacher.

Her first position was in

Swalwell, Alta. and it was

there she met John Gordon

at a local dance and six

weeks later on Aug. 6, 1951

she and John were married.

The couple lived on the Gordon

Gordon family farm and

Jenny taught school in

Carbon, Alta. until the birth of their

first son Daniel followed by David and

then Craig.

They lived on the farm north of

Carbon until 1994 when Jenny was

diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis.

They then bought a house in Stettler

and started a new journey. They lived

in their own house until 2013 when

they moved to Points West Living in

Stettler.

Jenny was predeceased by her parents,

her siblings: Svend, Agnes, Katie,

Dorothy and Bill, her husband John

and her son Dan.

Jenny is survived by her younger

sister Kris, Dan’s wife Colleen,

sons: Dave (Betty Ann), Craig

(Lori), eight grandchildren

whom were her hearts delight

and five great-grandchildren

and many nieces and nephews.

In keeping with Jenny‘s

wishes, no formal service will

be held. In lieu of flowers,

donations can be made to the

Alberta Diabetes Foundation

at 1-020 Li Ka Shing Center,

8602-112 St, Edmonton Alta.

T6G 2E1 or the donor’s choice.

To send condolences to Jenny’s

family, please visit www.stettlerfuneralhome.com.

Jenny will be remembered for her

kindness, thoughtfulness and her

determination. (And letting her grandkids

have ice cream for breakfast.)

Stettler Funeral Home &

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with the care and arrangements,

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family events. They also became

actively involved in Bethany Baptist

church helping with meals for seniors

once a week, among other things.

Connie bravely fought liver cancer

for two years with grace and without

complaint. Throughout, she was still

more concerned for others than herself.

It will be unbelievably hard

without Connie, but her example and

her unwavering faith in Jesus Christ

will also be our strength and comfort

moving forward.

A Celebration of Life took place

Tues. Nov. 8 at 1 p.m. at Deer Park

Alliance Church, 2960 - 39 St. Red

Deer, Alta. Her interment was on Wed.

Nov. 9 at 1 p.m. at the Coronation

Cemetery in Coronation, Alta.

Connie will be lovingly remembered

by her husband of 15 years, Doug

Nelson; her children, Krista

Matthews, Aaron (Chrystal)

Matthews, Cheney Matthews; grandchildren

Tyson Penrod, Cheyenna

Penrod; stepchildren, Joel (Jamie)

Nelson, Deirdre (Timothy) Hann;

grandchildren Tristan Nelson, Lucas

Nelson, Carrington Hann, and

Leighton Hann.

She will also be dearly missed by

her mother Florence MacKenzie, sisters

Donna (Clay) Robinson, Carol

(Gary) Henderson, Linda (Rob) Fauth,

Christina (Mike) Klassen; sisters-inlaw

Joyce Webster and Brenda

Schimke; nieces, nephews and

numerous other family members and

friends.

Connie was predeceased by her

father Murdo MacKenzie (2018), sister

Margaret MacKenzie (1974) and

brother-in-law Dennis Schimke (2011).

Donations gratefully accepted in

memory of Connie to: Red Deer

Hospice, 99 Arnot Ave. Red Deer T4R

3S6; Hope Mission, The Mustard Seed

or a charity of one’s choice.

Eventide Funeral Home in charge of

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arbormemorial.ca/en/eventide.

A tribute to Connie can be found following

her obituary online at www.

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OBITUARY

Favourite memory

was camping with

grandchildren

Olga Marquart (nee Stuber)

Feb. 5, 1928 – Oct. 30, 2022

Olga Marquart was born to Anna

and Fred Stuber in 1928. She was the

third youngest in the family of

eight. She was a mere 10

months old when they emigrated

to Canada from

Bessarabia, Romania. They

settled in the Craigmyle area

of Alberta where they farmed.

In 1948, she married Denis

Nelner, and three sons were

born to this union: Gary,

Larry and Lonny.

Unfortunately, tragedy would

strike the young family, and in

1959 Denis passed away.

In 1965, Olga would marry Castor

farmer, Alexander Boger. The family

would double in size, from three children

each, to a total of six. In 1968 they

would add daughter, Laurie to the mix.

Again, Olga would be widowed as Alex

passed away in 1979.

Olga then married local carpenter,

Edward Marquart in 1981. They

would travel around Alberta and

British Columbia visiting various

family and friends.

A favourite memory was taking

grandchildren camping for several

days each summer. Each grandchild

would have a chore to complete before

anyone was able to have free time at

the playground or beach, wherever

they were camped.

Jigsaw puzzles, reading, crocheting

and quilting along with gardening

were a few of Olga’s varied hobbies.

She took pride in her flower gardens,

and it was not uncommon for her to

give slips of plants, or flowers for

others to plant in their own gardens.

In March of 2008, she and Ed moved

to their new home at the Paintearth

Lodge. It was here that Olga truly

retired, as she could focus on doing

what she wanted, instead of cooking

and laundry.

Ed passed away in 2015 and Olga

found solace in the friends she continued

to make and keep while in the

Lodge.

Due to a change in her needs, she

moved to Points West in Red Deer in

August of 2021, where she made

friends with residents there. She participated

in various activities while in

Points West, and rarely if ever had a

harsh word to say

about anyone.

Olga passed

away peacefully

at Red Deer

Regional Hospital

at the age of 94

years. She will

be greatly missed

by family and

friends.

Olga was predeceased

by

parents Anna

and Fred Stuber,

siblings: Elsie

Harder, John

Stuber, Ida

Hunter, Fred

Stuber Annie

Nahajowich,

Benjamin Stuber,

Betty Ozust, husbands:

Denis

Nelner,

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Marquart.

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Points West Living, Castor

Home Care, and Points West

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Deer.

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late Olga Marquart was

held on Mon. Nov. 7, 2022 at

the Knox United Church,

Castor, Alta.

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