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october 28, 2011

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On Oct. 18 Reeve of Wheatland County Ben Armstrong stepped down from his role, nominating Counillor Glenn Koester to take his place. Councillor Alice Booth was also nominated for the role, but Koester was voted in with a majority vote. Its another challenge for me, Im excited. Its nice to know you have the support of your fellow councillors, thats a nice feeling in itself, said Koester. He has been with council for just shy of nine years, and said the staff is great to work with, and he loves working with the people in the county. Armstrong has been a member of council for 20 years, eight of which have been as Reeve. After the vote was in for Koester as new Reeve, Armstrong was nominated and voted into the deputy Reeve position. I dont have any ill feelings about it, and Im quite willing to work with Glenn and the rest of council. I cant see anything else and I think its a positive move, and I think council will keep right on going, I think everything will run smooth as it did before, if it ran smooth before, said Armstrong laughing. The rest of council, theyre quite capable of handling the job. Im just stepping back from it for awhile to take a break, (and) let somebody else run the show for awhile, get some new ideas in there. Armstrong stated he is also considering running for a role in the AAMDC central zone election coming up this fall. He said he has been thinking about running for the central zone director. Despite that Armstrong said he has no plans of leaving council. I still enjoy the job, being councillor. Its a lot of pressure sitting there in that position. It doesnt hurt to step back a little bit.

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A controlled fire was set by the Strathmore Fire Department (SFD) on a property just north of the Wildflower Ranch early Oct. 26. Developer Ken Struss said he had tried to give the house away with the stipulation that the new owners would move it. When no one was willing to take him up on the offer, he gave permission for the SFD to use it for a training exercise. Shannon LeClair Photo

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Dwight Stanford has dedicated the last 20 years to the town of Strathmore as the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO). This year Stanford was nominated for an Alberta Urban Municipalities Association (AUMA) and the Society of Local Government Managers (SLGM) award. The award recognizes long-term excellence, dedication to municipal government and chief administrative management. On Sept. 7 Stanford was told at the regular council meeting he had been chosen to receive the 2011 Dedicated Chief Administrative Officer Award. It was a big surprise because Linda (Nelson) hadnt told me anything about it, and then when she mentioned it I went, wow, said Stanford. Council had heard about the annual award during the 2010 annual conference and directed administration to nominate Stanford on their behalf. Linda Nelson, Deputy Chief Administrative Officer, completed the application and wrote a brief bio of Stanford

from a personal perspective. Nelson has worked with Stanford for 14 years and credits him with helping her integrate into her position with the town quickly. She has also found him to be a great mentor. I found out he was in the top two when I received a phone call asking for a bio of Dwight from a personal perspective, said Nelson. I was told there were two individuals who were both very deserving, and they were looking for further information to assist them in making a decision. Standford was invited to the AUMA presidents dinner, on Sept. 27 at the Hyatt Hotel, to accept his award. He brought Councillors Rocky Blokland and Bob Sobol, as well as family, to the dinner. I was really thrilled to be there. I supported Dwight in the nomination process and certainly think he brings a tremendous amount of wealth and knowledge and experience to the position that he holds, said Sobol. Once youre in the political realm you understand how important that

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CAO position really is and how many things that Dwight on a daily basis facilitates and how many problems he actually solves. Sobol said many of the things Stanford works on might not be readily seen, but that he is the workhorse that keeps things running smoothly. I just want to thank council and the past town councils for giving me the opportunity to work for the town, said Stanford. Im proud of the town council we have, Im proud of the citizens of Strathmore and the great support the citizens have given me. Theres always a few issues that come up, but overall the public has been very supportive and I really appreciate that.

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When East Wheatland farmers were asked what their thoughts were on the recent decisions of the federal governments decision to remove the monopoly feature for selling wheat, many responded No comment. Not happy. Dont want to jeopardize future relations with neighbors about expressing our opinions. Those who were for the newest legislation are the loudest and most outspoken about the issue, touting its grandness. This recent decision came when the governments legislation to make farmers sales to the Canadian Wheat Board voluntary cleared another hurdle in the House of Commons Monday night, with MPs voting to send it to the next stage on its path through Parliament. The vote on second reading of the bill

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moves it to committee, where MPs will hear witnesses discuss the legislation. It will then go back to the House for a third vote. If it makes it through the House, it moves on to the same process in the Senate. Last week, the government moved time allocation, limiting the number of days for debate at this stage in the House. Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz says western Canadian farmers shouldnt be forced to sell their grain through the Wheat Board. NDP and Liberal MPs say the wheat board is important for keeping prices fair for farmers, and fear large agribusinesses will have an upper hand in dealing with farmers if the Wheat Board loses its monopoly. Speaking in the House of Commons before question period on Monday, NDP wheat board critic Pat Martin suggested Conservative MPs with a personal or family business stake in prairie grain farming would be in a potential conflict of interest should they vote in favor of legislation to end the boards monopoly. If you believe the [agriculture] ministers supposition that Prairie farmers will make more money if they abolish the Canadian Wheat Board, then any Prairie farmer or any farmer in the Conservative caucus finds himself in a conflict of interest and therefore is both duty-bound and honor-bound to recuse himself not just from the vote but from any debate that promotes the abolition of the wheat board, Martin said, referring to the conflict-of-interest code for MPs. You cant have it both ways. East Wheatland resident Ray Schultz, a third generation farmer northeast of Standard says that not many are aware of the entire issue at hand. Schultzs grandfather bought the land in 1928 and then it went to his Father Buster

and mother Margaret before being transferred to brothers Francis and Raymond. According to Schultz his bottom line was My grainmy choice where to sell it my rightsmy wheat, and it all comes down to freedom. The Federal Government is only trying to regulate those grains for human consumption being durum, barley and wheat to market internationally. All other grains for things like animal feed, farmers can choose to do whatever they want in selling their product. Hussar long time farmer Darrell Stokes makes no bones about where he stands on the issue at hand. He passionately said, Quite frankly the Conservative Government needs to get out of the Wheat Boards business. He is not in favour of the Governments decision to dissolve a 75-year-old institution and give away the control to huge international monopolies. Those who think that they can operate within a dual system are fooling themselves because it will never work. The huge grain companies are going to monopolize the small farmers and it will all come down to money in the end. Leigh Christensen a fourth generation farmer in the Standard area says, I appreciate the uncertainty that comes with change for some producers, but there is nothing special about wheat or barley marketing that requires intervention of sales management. The new CWB has no infrastructural assets (elevators and terminals) to handle and ship grain. If they can live up to their (unaudited) claim of extracting a premium from the market and align themselves with a shipper, then they have a chance of survival. Time will tell. So as far as the issue goes the consensus on both sides is that Time will tell.

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The Strathmore and District Chamber of Commerce held their annual Business Awards night on Oct. 20 at the Strathmore Travelodge. It was a good night. I think everybody had a good time, people hung around afterwards, said Marcy Field with the Chamber. (There was) lots of great networking happening and building of relationships which is what the Chamber is about, and giving back to the community. This year there was 35 businesses

nominated everyone but the judges were surprised by the winners. The Business of the Year winners were Fuel Automotive and Accessories Inc. for the small business enterprise, M&M Meat Shops won the for the medium enterprise, and Strathmore Home Hardware for the large enterprise category. This year the Community Spirit Award was split into two categories, one for a business and one for an organization. The winners of these awards were Boston Pizza and Junior Achievement Southern Alberta. Another new award this year was the Employer of Choice award, in which

people were asked to nominate their company if they thought they had the best boss. Gregory Harriman and Associates was picked as the Employer of Choice. Daisy Does Recycling was voted in as the Emerging Entrepreneur for the year, and the Strathmore Times is your Chamber Member of the Year. It went very well. It was a very good evening, said Field. Field said the Chamber will be in charge of whatever happens moving forward, but suspects the Business Awards will continue for years to come. Last year was the first year for the event, which saw 23 businesses nominated and five awards presented.

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Winter is quickly approaching, which means it is time to once again pull out, or buy, winter outdoor gear such as coats, toques and mitts. Unfortunately some people may not have winter clothes or the money to purchase them. Thats where Wheatland Family and Community Support Services, FCSS, comes in. In 2003 FCSS took over the Community Coats project. We took it over because if we hadnt taken it over at the time, it would have been gone, said Susan Gates with Wheatland FCSS. The agency that was doing it couldnt do it any longer because of spacewe just happened to be lucky that we work with other groups like Christmas hamper (society) and they have a storage place. We could store our racks and things with them. From October until the end of January FCSS accepts donations of anything to do with winter outdoor wear. They

collect items like gently used winter coats, hats, boots, mitts, and scarves for adults and children. We have it out in the foyer of the building so its accessible Monday to Saturday, said Gates. People can drop their gently used items off in the respective spot in the foyer, hanging up the coats. Or those who are in need of winter outdoor items can rummage through whats available to find something for themselves. The items used to be in the boardroom in the FCSS section of the building but board meetings had the items closed off from people for short periods of time. This I think works a little better for some people, because I think theyre uncomfortable with the fact that they have to do that in the first place. So when its out there nobody is watching over their shoulder, said Gates. We do literally go through hundreds of coats. Some years are better than others, some years the need is greater than the supply and demand.

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Any items that are left at the end of January are bagged up and donated to the Canadian Diabetes Association in Calgary, and the Calgary Cerebral Palsy Association. Anyone interested in donating, or in need of warm outdoor clothing, can go to 85 Lakeside Blvd between 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. weekdays, or on Saturdays. You can also contact Susan Gates at 403-934-5335 or sgates@ wfcss.org

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Whereas Breast cancer is the most common cancer in Canadian women and is a serious disease that will affect 23,400 women, 190 men and their families this year; and Whereas It is a great importance that money is raised for funding breast cancer research projects and community programs; and Whereas The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation strives to be an effective advocate, a trusted leader, a respectful partner and a resourceful catalyst in creating a future without breast cancer. Therefore, I, Mayor Steve Grajczyk, proclaim the month of October 2011 as Breast Cancer Awareness Month in the Town of Strathmore.

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The Town of Strathmore Fire Department is a vital part of our communitys Emergency Services Organization. Our members train in an effort to improve the quality of life for our residences, visitors and guests. Our firefighters are trained to protect private and public property from the threat of fire and other emergencies with selfless dedication, courage and integrity. Our primary aim is helping people. From the early days, Strathmores citizens have joined together to improve our community. This concept of volunteerism has become the cornerstone of our Towns way of life. Many communities throughout Alberta utilize volunteer based fire departments. Being a member of Strathmores Fire Department requires hours of participation in training, unconditional dedication to responding to fire calls, and availability to support additional community activities and other Emergency organizations when called upon. As a member of our team, you will receive: a. b. c. d. e. A starting base wage of $15.00 / hr - upon call; may grow to $30.00 / hr, based upon length of service, education and training, 24 hour life insurance coverage; Training in First Aid, CPR and Fire Fighting; Specialized training in Water Rescue, Ice Rescue, Rescue Boat Operations, High Angle Rescue; Opportunities to: Drive and Operate Fire Trucks, Travel, Visit and Train with sister Fire Departments, and much more

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WHEREAS WHEREAS Brain injury is the leading cause of death and disability under the age of 44 in Canada and has been labeled an epidemic; and BrainTrust Canada has provided community rehabilitation for persons with brain injury since 1986. The association has an objective to reduce preventable brain injury in Canada, with emphasis on youth who are the highest risk for brain injury; and A Run to Remember is a Cross-Canada event in which David McGuire, who sustained brain injury in 2005, will run a marathon a day across the country commencing in St. Johns, Newfoundland, completing in Victoria, BC; and A Run to Remember will help to change the face of brain injury in Canada through awareness and fundraising:

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If you are courageous and dedicated, have high integrity, and would like to be part of a very special team, the Town of Strathmore Fire Department is looking for you to be part of our team. We are seeking guys and gals 18 years and older, in reasonable physical condition, residing within our response area, to apply for the position of paid-upon-call fire fighter. Applications can be picked up at the Town office, or, if you require additional information, call the Strathmore Fire Chief at 403-934-3022.

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To facilitate the removal of yard cleanup, a waste bin is being placed at the recycle facility yard. All Fall yard cleanup material can be placed in this bin. 1. No commercial or residential garbage may be put in this bin. 2. No demolition or construction rubble may be put in this bin. 3. All tree and shrub trimmings can be placed in the designated chipping pile. 4. All grass, leaves, and compostable material can be placed in the compost pile. Recycle facility hours effective October 1st, 2011 to March 31st, 2011: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday 9:00am to 5:00pm. Recycle facility phone number 403-934-0087

Restorative Justice Week 2011


Whereas in the face of crime or conflict, restorative justice offers a philosophy and approach that views these matters principally as harm done to people and relationships; and restorative justice approaches strive to provide support and opportunities for the voluntary participation and communication between those affected by crime and conflict (victims, offenders, community) to encourage accountability, reparation and a movement towards understanding, feelings o satisfaction, healing and a sense of closure; and this years theme for Restorative Justice Week is Re-visioning Justice, it is an opportunity to learn about restorative justice, educate and celebrate along with other communities across the country during the week. Whereas

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Therefore, I, Mayor Steve Grajczyk, do hereby proclaim November 13-November 20, 2011 as Restorative Justice Week in the Town of Strathmore.

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Pumpkins for charity


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Many residents of Langdon were able to get their pumpkins while supporting their local food bank on Oct. 22 at the third annual Pumpkin Patch Giveaway. People were asked to donate a minimum of $2, and to only take two pumpkins per family. The money raised, $806, was donated to the southeast Rocky View Food Bank. So many fundraisers are done, food drives especially, for the food bank and I know that so many people need a whole lot more than cans of soup and jars of pasta sauce, said organizer Jill Beaton. They need to be able to

buy milk and produce and fresh stuff. I know the southeast Rocky View Food Bank bank account is usually pretty low because a lot of people dont want to give cash to the food bank. Its just a different way of raising something else that they need. Beaton said the event is something people in the community have begun to look forward too, and last year it only took an hour for all of the pumpkins to be sold out. This year Beaton bought approximately 300 pumpkins from a Superstore in Calgary, the same one she has gone to in the past. She said she is hoping to keep it an annual event, but said it depends on if she is able to get the quantities she needs.

Learning about farm safety


Laurie Blake from Hanna came to talk farm safety with the students at Trinity Lutheran Christian Academy Oct. 25. The importance of being safe around farm equipment and animals is a message we can all benefit from. Over 4,000 children were injured in quad related accidents last year alone. The kids were taught safety first, and then you can have fun.

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Search and rescue needed


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In a situation where a Search and Rescue (SAR) team is needed, Wheatland County could be waiting for hours for one to come from Red Deer, Calgary, or Brooks. Scott Campbell, a Rockyford resident and volunteer firefighter, was looking at his 19-monthold son oneday thinking about that and decided to do something about it. He thought it was time to start up a Badlands SAR team for Wheatland County and surrounding areas that need it. Campbell, representatives of Calgary SAR, Red Deer SAR and Bruce Marshall, the SAR Alberta South Central Director, were at Global Training Centre (GTC) to discuss beginning the Badlands SAR on Oct. 15. Its going to take awhile before were actually up and ready to go, said Campbell. The real thing is that, theres a real need for volunteers to help out with search and rescue in the Badlands of Alberta because there is a hole in the coverage. Its not a matter of if something is going to happen, its a matter of when and how bad. Everyone at the meeting was supportive of Campbell and agreed there is a hole in the coverage but warned him it can be tough to get the

help needed to start the initiative. Don Shelley, former owner of Global Training Centre, said he thinks Campbell has the right motivation and there may be something GTC can do to help get it off the ground. Campbell is looking for 20 to 40 people to be able to really get the Badlands SAR off the ground. Not only does he need volunteers to be involved in the search and rescue side of things, he needs help fundraising. Im also looking for people that want to get involved in fundraising and awareness, said Campbell. Theres a lot of people that want to get involved with search and rescue but theyre not able to be involved in the actual physical, but they want to help out. It is going to be a challenge to raise volunteers, part of the advantage for us is were going to be looking for people beyond Strathmore. Campbell said they are looking for people who are committed, are mentally and physically fit, are team players and are able to handle the job. He said every search is an emergency, and for people who are involved with SAR long enough, they will eventually deal with finding a deceased person. To find out more information, or to join the Badlands SAR contact Campbell at badlandsar@ gmail.com

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Letters to the editor

The need to discuss energy sector impact on Alberta consumers


To the Editor Re: Conversation required- Strathmore Times Oct.14 I agree with Mr. J. Anglin that Premier Redford needs to Repeal Bill 50 and discuss Energy sector impact on Alberta consumers. By consumers, I mean home and farm owners, not Big industry consumers, who receive billion dollar profits from their energy consumption. A 14 page, color, glossy pamphlet called Powering Albertans (AESO vol.5, Issue 2) arrived with my junk mail the other day. It was AESOs, public relations attempt to explain to Albertans, why we must pay more for power both when there was too little and too much energy generated, as well as accepting the projected Transmission lines crisscrossing our good farmland. On Page 8, Aeso states that Upgrades are necessary to service increasing demand and account for the power requirements of major oil production facilities in the Northeast and (Page 10) that the oilsands have hundreds of billions of dollars in capital investment at stake. Not to mention the forestry and gas development in the Peace region which will lead to increased demand for electricity over the next decade. The oversupply of new generation projects, such as wind farms in the south means that new markets can sell to other provinces and over the border consumers as well. There was no mention of an initiative in Eastern Canada by Real Energy, of providing free solar panels to householders, which would pay their monthly power bills and also produce power to sell back to the grid. An initiative like that could make a considerable dent in some big business pocket book. My question is why householders have to pay increased costs to service the needs of big business consumers. This doesnt even address the continued escalation in energy and heating prices that appear on our monthly utility bills, through unrestricted rate riders and waivers of tax tariffs. Will the provincial government continue to cater to big business and big energy consumers/producers ignoring the excessive burdens placed on home owners, small businessmen and farmers? Let the big businesses float the cost of upgrades to supply their demand and profits. It also does not address the right of land owners to determine what happens on their own property. I am thinking we need to shift the Occupy Wall Street protests to the Parliament buildings. If that doesnt work, Albertans need to support candidates in the next election, who will repeal Bill 50 and address the escalating energy costs to its voters. Doesnt it seem ironic that the rich resources under the feet of every Albertan always leads to increased prices and profits to some corporations bottom line? Sharon McLeay, Strathmore, AB

The X factor comes to Strathmore


Sacred Heart Academy holds a spell-a-thon fundraiser each year, and this year theme was X Factor. There were prizes for the top fundraisers, students who got 100 per cent, and the top fundraising classrooms. The combined total the school brought in was $18,075.54. Shannon LeClair Photo

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To the Editor Re: Standing up to criminals Parliamentary Report; Strathmore Times, October 14, 2011 Mr. Sorenson: Average Joe Canuck, tax-paying eligible voter here. I have a high school education and a correspondingly low-paying job. I watch the CFL, enjoy a few beers with friends on the weekend, and, like most Canadians, try to do the best I can with what I have. I have a couple of issues regarding Bill C-10. Now, Im all for safe streets and communities. Im a husband, father, and grandfather, and again, like most Canadians I dont want any of my family or friends to be victims of crime. Bill C-10, however, is not the way. Firstly, building more prisons does not reduce crime or act as a deterrent. It just creates more prisoners. We already have too many prisoners, at much too high a cost to tax-payers. Treatment programs have been proven to reduce crime, rehabilitate people and cost far less than building more prisons. Secondly, mandatory minimum sentencing does not reduce crime or act as a deterrent. Mandatory minimums have the same effects as building more prisons more prisoners, more cost to tax-payers. Both of these approaches have been tried, and both have been ineffective in reducing or deterring crime. Bill C-10, in its current form, is a bad bill. I (average Joe Canuck, tax-paying eligible voter) know it. The Opposition knows it thats why they dont support it. Even Texas conservatives (http://www.cbc.ca/ news/politics/story/2011/10/17/po l-vp-milewski-texas-crime.html) know it. Lastly: grizzly is a very large bear; grisly (adj) means causing horror, disgust, or fear. Youre welcome. Mike Froese, Wheatland County

Ladies Auxiliary presents Hair and Fashion Show


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The Royal Canadian Legion #10 Ladies Auxiliary presents their first ever Hair and Fashion Show that will take place at the Strathmore Legion, Sunday Nov. 6, beginning at 3 p.m. Hairstyling will be performed by the ladies from Sweeney Todds Ladies Salon and Ezze Wear fashions will be showcasing their winter collection. All models will be lady members from the Legion. Ezze Wear fashions is Canadian cotton and they call it easy wear because its casual wear, comfortable clothes, and theyre very good quality. A lot of the ladies and members of the Legion come down to Ezze Wear to shop, so the ladies of the Legion are the models, these are real ladies, said Yvonne Horne, owner of Sweeney Todds Ladies Salon, member of the Legion and

organizer of the event. The desired goal for funds raised is anywhere between $500 and $1,000. Horne hopes for a successful event and anticipates close to 100 people to attend. So far, 80 tickets have been printed off and are being sold at $10 each. All the money thats raised helps to pay for our veteran dinners we put on yearly and a lot of it goes into the veteran fund. So whenever a veteran needs a refrigerator or something like that, we help with those kinds of things, said Horne. Following the hair and fashion show will be a funny fashion show where the ladies will be dressing up their husbands and male members of the Legion as women. Just to make it a fun afternoon, were going to put wigs on them and funny outfits, it will be hilarious, said Horne.

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Inspired by the 1940s and 1950s era of old fashioned films, Aspen Crossing, the recent 2011 Rural Tourism Champion, presents their Halloween production, Train of the Dead. The Dinner Theatre allows the audience to enjoy an elegant 3 course meal, while taking in the live performance which surrounds them, inside of an 1887 Pullman Rail Car which was once used by former Prime Minister John Diefenbaker. Guests are encouraged to ask the characters questions and get involved in the show, making it a more of an interactive experience. The story follows Kate, a dedicated archaeologist whos been obsessed with finding Cleopatras tomb and succeeds in her efforts. As Kate and the discovered remains make their way by train across Canada, the question of was the tomb cursed? arises. The drama thriller, unlike previous shows, does not ask the audience to try and figure out the mystery as it happens right in front of them. Gail Whiteford, writer of Train of the Dead as well as many other Aspen Crossing productions, said that inspiration came from reading an article in National Geographic about a woman whose life aspiration is to find Cleopatras tomb. It was not until Whit-

eford began writing the play that she realized that the old fashioned thriller movie evolved. Building on the silver screen theme, all of the characters costumes will be mostly black and white. I love those old movies, so I think it was timely needed to have a classic black and white movie. Its highly over dramatic with all of those poses, over the top acting styles with almost going to melodrama but not quite, said Whiteford. While attending Aspen Crossings Dinner Theatre, guests will not have to worry about not being able to enjoy their meals and drinks as intermissions will be scattered throughout the show, timed to give a break for each course. We sort of feel the cooks are just as much artists as we are, so the audience should really get a chance to enjoy the incredible food out there, said Whiteford. Aspen Crossings Dinner Theatre is near the end of their second season, and they anticipate another successful five show season the following year. For businesses who are looking to do something different at their company Christmas party, Whiteford says Aspen Crossing can base their theatre production on the particular crowd. For example, we did Vulcan this year for Vulcan Days. We did a whole show based on Star Trek, so we can

tailor and make a script for any crowd, said Whiteford. For groups who wish to extend their stay, the company can also provide room and board in their 1949 Canadian Pacific Caboose cabin thats renovated into a camper and sleeps 4-5 people, has a kitchen, a bathroom, a fireplace, a flat screen TV. Groups who wish to put off the drive home for the next day can book the caboose by calling ahead and making a reservation. Keeping in mind that the train car seats only 38, Whiteford says tickets do tend to sell out quickly, but tickets to Train of the Dead are still available as well as tickets to their November and Christmas productions. The first week of Train of the Dead runs from Oct. 26-29 and Nov. 2-5 in the second week. Wednesday and Thursday shows are priced at $55 and the Friday and Saturday shows are priced at $65. The shows are scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. To book tickets to Train of the Dead as well as making a reservation for the caboose cabin, more information can be found by calling 1-(866)-440-3500 and by visiting www.aspencrossing. com
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Kevin SorenSon M.P., Crowfoot Parliamentary Report On Monday of last week in Acme, I hosted the Press Conference of my Cabinet colleague, the Honourable Gerry Ritz, Minister for Agriculture and AgriFood Canada and Minister for the Canadian Wheat Board. The Minister was announcing that legislation to eliminate the single-desk marketing of wheat and barley, Bill C-18 would be tabled in the House of Commons the next day. We were at the farm owned and operated by Matt Sawyer, Chairman of the Alberta Barley Commission, and his wife Tara. Doug McBain from the Barley Growers and Kevin Bender from the Wheat Growers also attended. Our Government remains focused on completing the economic recovery, emphasizing the importance of job creation and economic growth. Earlier this year, we received a strong majority mandate from Canadians, and Western Canadians specifically, to follow through on our election commitments. As I am sure everyone knows, this includes providing Western Canadian wheat and barley farmers with marketing freedom - the same marketing freedom as farmers have in other parts of Canada and around the world. Canadas agriculture sector is critical to our jobs and our growth in this country. Canadas farmers and food processors drive over thirty-five billion dollars ($35.6B) of our exports and generate one in every eight Canadian jobs. The Canadian grain sector alone brings over sixteen billion dollars ($16B) to the farm gate and is a major contributor to our economy. In fact, our agriculture industry has helped Canada lead the way out of the global economic downturn. Today, Viterra and Cargill are the two largest exporters of Canadian grain with the Canadian Wheat Board being third. As evidenced by the tremendous growth in the canola and pulse industries, todays entrepreneurial farmers are proving over and over that they have what it takes to succeed when they are in control of all aspects of their farming business. Our government has consulted with stakeholders from across the value chain, including commodity groups, associations and Canadian businesses, who all see opportunities for growth when marketing freedom is implemented. Most importantly, we have listened to individual farmers who just want the chance to succeed by being able to sell their wheat, durum and barley at the time and to the buyer of their choice. The Governments of Alberta, Saskatchewan and British Columbia, representing farmers who produce approximately 80 per cent of wheat and 90 per cent of barley in western Canada, support the move to marketing freedom. Bill C-18 will: provide farmers with the choice of whether to sell on an open market or through a voluntary Canadian Wheat Board; immediately allow farmers and companies to forward contracts for the delivery of grain after August 1, 2012; and, allow an interim CWB to act as a voluntary marketing entity, supported by our Government, while it transitions to full private ownership. In addition to the legislation, our Government will: ensure the availability of producer cars as well as the overall security of the grain handling and transportation system in a marketing freedom environment; and, ensure that the Port of Churchill continues to be an important Northern shipping port with additional economic incentives. An open market attracts investment, encourages innovation, and creates value-added jobs as well as opportunity for growth and a stronger economy. If you have any questions or concerns regarding this or previous columns you may write me at 4945-50th Street, Camrose, Alberta, T4V 1P9, call 780-6084600, toll-free 1-800-665-4358, fax 780608-4603 or e-mail Kevin.Sorenson.C1@ parl.gc.ca

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The 10th annual Firefighters Ladies night was held at the Civic Center Oct. 22. This years theme was Pirates and the turnout was great, over 260 pirates turned out for the event. This is the fire departments main fundraiser every year and this year they hope to put some of the money towards a new bucket buddy that costs over $80,000. The ladies look forward to a good meal and some great draws and entertainment.

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Albertas Fire Prevention and Awareness week took place all over the province from Oct. 9 through to the 15. Many fire departments took part in making their respective communities more aware of safety procedures and services from their departments. The Standard Fire Department went all out in their community by involving the elementary school students in a hands-on view and tour of their fire truck. They arrived at the school early in the week and showed the students all the different parts of their equipment and answered questions. Volunteers Kevin Bardi, Keenan Hauck, and Malcolm McKinnon donned their suits and helmets in the warm fall sun to show the kids. The Kindergarten class along with students in Grades One and Two also had the opportunity to spray the hose and feel how much strength it took to hold the equipment. Bardi told the kids how important it was that they know their addresses, especially those who were from the country, that they should post their legal land description by their telephones for easy access. The students were told how to leave their homes safely, and if they couldnt, to make sure that the fire fighters knew where they were in their homes by shouting Here I am, please help me! Many of the kids knew the basics, but addresses and when to change batteries for smoke detectors were iffy. They were told that smoke detectors should be tested at least once a month

and batteries changed every year. All of the elementary students are also participating in a province-wide contest with regards to fire safety and prevention. Some of the requirements of the contest include the making of Home Fire Escape Plans and practicing fire drills in their homes. The students were excited with all the information and many had already taken part in doing these exercises with their parents and siblings. The volunteer firemen also told the students that it was important to know how to properly and safely leave the school in case of a fire or an emergency. On Friday the fire alarm was pulled at the school and the fire fighters arrived with sirens blaring and lights flashing. All the students had evacuated the school building and were being accounted for by their respective teachers. The fire team did an authentic mock drill with a scenario of a fire within the school. They donned their breathing masks, suits and helmets and went through their protocol before declaring that the building was safe to be entered again. Both the school administration and staff along with the fire department are already making plans for a table talk about how they can improve evacuation and awareness to students and staff. They will try another surprise mock drill in the spring of next year. As part of Fire Prevention week, the Standard Fire Department gave a free smoke alarm to each family with students in Kindergarten through to Grade 2.

Students at Standard school had a lesson in fire safety during Alberta Fire Prevention and Awareness week, which was from Oct. 9 to 15. Above: Standard Volunteer Firemen with the Kindergarten class after the Fire Drill. Right: Kindergarten students Nick and James with Volunteer Fire fighter Keenan Hauck shooting the water hose from the truck.

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Remembering those who have passed


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On November 4 the Community Crisis Society and students in the community will be delivering 150 roses to businesses in town. Paul Thomas with the Crisis Society said November is Family Violence Prevention month, which is why the roses are delivered and displayed in local businesses. The kids from Storefront school help us almost every year, and the last couple years Ive been getting a few other kids from different schools, just so more kids get the opportunity to do it, said Thomas. We basically want to raise awareness, because November is Proclaimed the Prevention of Family of Violence Month in the province of Alberta. Thats what we do at the shel-

ter, we try to do that every year. Its great getting the kids involved and they are always really eager to do it. To get the roses all out it usually takes us a full morning to do it. Thomas said he and the kids drop off roses and cards to be displayed in local businesses. The cards explain that the roses are for the men, women, and children in Alberta who have died victims of domestic violence. Family Violence Prevention Month began in 1986 in Hinton, Alberta, after concerned residents began a education and prevention campaign. The effort reached the ears of the Alberta Legislature, who support the campaign as a provincial initiative, and to date hundreds of Alberta communities are actively involved in trying to prevent family violence through education.

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ent. Ive always loved the water and I thought it would be kind of cool to go to the west coast, said Taplin. It was great actually, such an experience. Taplin heard about the new scholarship, created last year by Brett Wilson and the Prairie Merchant Corporation, a few days before the application deadline. She had to write an essay outlining why she thought an Outward Bound trip would benefit her. In the essay she talked about her love for adventure, nature and meeting new people, and said she thought it seemed perfect for her. Being outside in nature for so long

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James Bos took part in the sixth annual Zombie Walk in downtown Calgary on Oct. 15. Lee Brown, left, and James Bos, right.

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SENIORS 50+HAPPY GANG, General Meeting the second Tuesday of each month at 1:15. For more information call 403-901-2377. Chestermere and area Children (& Families) with Type 1 Diabetes. Our Goal is to create a group of mature, responsible members where we open our own homes as Safe Places for Diabetic Children to go to if ever in Diabetic Distress. Join the Facebook group for more information. Parent Link has reopened as Hand-In-Hand Parent Link Centre! Call 403-983-0076 for Program information or drop by the office in Country Lane Mall for a Program Calendar. The Community Crisis Society, operating Wheatland Shelter is currently seeking volunteer applicants to serve on the board. Interest individuals may contact Gerry at (403) 934-6634, Monday -Thursday, or e-mail: ccs-acct@telus.net. Wheatland Business Women Meet the second Tuesday of the month @ 8:00 am at Days Inn & Suites. New members welcome http:// businesswomen.ca and follow us on Facebook. Call 403-324-6641. Strathmore & District Agricultural Society Darcy Ledene - General Manager Strathmore & District Agricultural Society gmsags@telus.net 403.934.5811 Office 403.999.7646 Cell 403.901.0299 Fax Facebook: Strathmore Stampede Twitter: Strathmore Rodeo Strathmore Regional Victim Services Society (SRVSS) SRVSS is looking for men and women interested in becoming front line victim advocates to provide support, information and referrals to victims of crime or tragedy. We need individuals interested in a challenging and rewarding volunteer experience who are caring and non-judgmental with a sincere interest in helping victims move past their immediate trauma. We provide extensive training in many areas, including sexual assaults, domestic violence, suicide, court preparation, and sudden death. If you are interested in volunteering your time please contact Lesley Hering at the Strathmore RCMP Detachment at (403) 934-6552. RCCG Peculiar People Assembly, Strathmore If youre feeling lost in an increasingly secular world, may we suggest that you find your way to our church at 237, 1st Ave this Sunday by 8.30am. Call 403-667-7832. Strathmore Baptist Church Meeting Sundays @ 11am and Thursdays @ 7pm, Call Pastor David Blankenship for info 403-390-4431. Happy Gang Seniors Club is having Coffee Time at 85 Lakeside Blvd every Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday (starting November 1), from 10:00 11:00am. Everyone is welcome.

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Strathmore Caregiver Support Group This is an opportunity for caregivers to find support and benefit from interaction with others in a similar situation. For more information or to register call Amy Yaneza at 403-361-7176. Sunday School for All Ages: Lord of All Lutheran Church offers Christian Education opportunities for ages 3 years to adult, on Sunday Mornings. All are Welcome! For more information please call Margo Sevick 403-9012044 or call the Church Office at 403-934-2374. Wheatland Conservation & Wildlife Association (Your local fish & game club). Meetings 2nd Thursday every month, 7:30pm at the Clubhouse. Call Larry at 403-934-4388 for more information. Wheatland Rural Crime Watch. Meetings are the 3rd Thursday of each Month. Featuring guest speakers. For more information call 403-934-4055. Strathmore Lions Club meets the first and third Thursday at the Strathmore Civic Centre at 6:45 pm. Strathmore Country Gardens Club Meetings at least once per month. Tours, guest speakers, workshops and much more included in a membership. $20 single, $30 family. For more information visit www.strathmorecountrygardensclub.webs.com or phone Linda Pekrul 403-901-0017. Strathmore Masonic Lodge #53 meets the first Monday of each Month at 7:30 p.m. Call Glen at 403-901-6038. Website: www.strathmore53.com Strathmore Homeschool Familes. Any Strathmore and Area familes that are homeschooling are invited to join our Yahoo Group. groups. yahoo.com/group/strathmorehsfams Adult Competitive Drop In Volleyball Wednesdays 7-9 Crowther Memorial Junior High $2.00 per drop in Begins Wednesday September 21, 2011 Free Tree for all New Born Babies Attention all infants remind your parents to register your birth so a tree can be planted commemorating your birth in the Chinook Credit Union Birth Forest in Strathmore. Registration Forms are available at the Town office, Chinook Credit Union and Health Unit. (A Communities in Bloom Project) Healing Rooms, open for prayer Mondays from 7 to 9 pm. at the Harvest Healing Centre at 115A-3rd. Avenue in Strathmore. Everyone is Welcome. Strathmore Full Gospel Church Were a Pentecostal Bible based family church that has something for all ages. Call 934-2225 or visit www.strathmorefullgospel.com Blackfoot Crossings new winter hours are Monday Friday 9am 5pm. Call 403-734-4383 for more information.

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NIGHTINGALE HALLOWEEN/HARVEST PARTY Nightingale Hall - Firday, October 28. Pot Luck Supper: 6:30 pm - Games & Dance: 8 - 11 pm. Cost: Food donations for the food bank. FAmILY HALLOWEEN PARTY & DANcE 5:30pm 8:30pm, Friday, October 28th @ Strathmore Civic Centre, $5/child, parents free This fun event will include music, games, a crafts table, and prizes so wear your costumes to celebrate Halloween! All children must be accompanied by an adult. FOOD FOR FINES October 11-31. The library will waive $2.00 in fines for every non-perishable food item donated. All donations will go to the Wheatland County Food Bank at the end of the month. WHO SAYS TEENAGERS ARE TOO OLD TO TRIck-OR-TREAT? Students from SHS will be coming around this Hallows Eve, not to collect candy, but nonperishable items, which will be donated, to the local food bank. The students will set out in many areas of Strathmore, and will be wearing their school identification cards. This has been an annual event for Strathmore High, and every year is a huge success. cOOkING TOGETHER PROGRAm All sessions to be held at Lord of All Lutheran Church 112 Lakeside Blvd. Strathmore. Social get together for those 55+ to prepare and have a group lunch and take a second portion home. To register call Betty-Anne at (403) 901-7811. Fee $4 per session or $18 for all 4 sessions 10 am 1pm for all sessions. All sessions are on Mondays. Dates Oct 17, Oct 24, Nov 24, Nov 28. Special Men Only session Nov 7th. Nutrition information sessions at 1:00 pm following the Cooking Program provided by Greta Kubis, Dietitian Alberta Health Services Dates October 17 Healthy Eating, October 24 Meal Planning and Nov 28 Food Safety and Storage. Register by calling Betty-Anne at (403) 901-7811. PROjEcT H.O.P.E. - ANNuAL GENERAL mEETING Wednesday November 2nd at 5pm. Meeting is open to all and will be held at the Golden Hills School Division Office. 17TH ANNuAL HARVEST DINNER & AucTION Saturday November 5, 2011 Strathmore Civic Centre, Tickets $45.00 per person. For more information contact Gerry @ 403-934-2990. PREScHOOL OPENING IN cARSELAND! Proposed start date is November 1st, 2011 Open to children ages 3 and 4. Must be potty trained. For more information please contact Lee-Anne McBride at 1-403-505-0097 or ryleemcbride@shaw.ca GLEIcHEN cELEbRATES REmEmbRANcE DAY. November 11th, doors open at the community centre @ 9:00 am service begins @ 9:45, followed by the service of Remembrance @ the Cenotaph @ 10:55 and laying of wreathes @ the Field of Honour. Lunch to follow STRATHmORE HIGH ScHOOL PRESENTS A mIDSummER NIGHTS DREAm A sixty minute Shakespeare by Cass Foster. November 27, 28 & 29 at the Strathmore High School Theatre, 7 pm. nightly. Tickets 10.00 at the door or call (403) 934-3135 for advance tickets. HOPE cHRISTmAS mARkET Hope Community Church. Dec 9, 4pm to 8pm, Dec 10, 10am to 6pm & Dec 11, 2pm to 6pm.

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Trick or treating for the food bank


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is one of the SLC members in charge of the event. There are 30 to 40 students in the SLC and most of them will be heading out, wearing their student identification cards, to different areas of town to collect the nonperishable items. I think initiatives like this is important because its good to help your community, said Thielsen. Its also a good learning experience for the students involved so they can learn the importance of charity and helping others. It may also influence other organizations in the community to also step up and help the less fortunate.

At 1:40 a.m. on March 22 a fire raged through a home at the corner of Briarwood Road and Briarwood Crescent in Strathmore. Four neighbouring homes were evacuated for the safety of the occupants due to the severity of the fire and wind direction. The occupants of the residence where the fire started were not home at the time. A second residence next to the first, was damaged by the fire.

Area name changes approved at council


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Council approved a few new names that the Names Advisory Committee had recommended during their Oct. 19 regular council meeting. The first up was the name for a new subdivision located immediately north of Strathaven. The name Heritage Heights was approved for the area. Greenspace located east of Park Road and north of Park Lane drive will now be known as Western Irrigation Heritage Park. The name Angus Spence will go into the reserves to be potentially used for a future park or street name. Spence wasw a former councillor and mayor for Strathmore who passed away in 2000.

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The Fun Country Riders celebrated a fantastic season by hosting their Awards Night & Banquet Oct. 22 at the Lyalta Hall.

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2011 FUN COUNTRY RIDERS AWARDS NIGHT WINNERS LEADLINE SHOW Logan DeWit, Isaac Paul, Jessica Wolfs, Katie Zakariasen LEADLINE GYMKANA Peytin Kajmowicz, Katie McLeod, Emma Peterson, Straeden Running Rabbit, Jessica Wolfs LEADLINE/BANTAM GYMKANA Sarah McLeod, Zander Kajmowicz BANTAM SHOW Hannah Carlson, Kailey Beckie BANTAM GYMKANA Kailey Beckie, Hope Gagne, Rachel Gagne Sage Running Rabbit, Skylar Running Rabbit Syrianna Running Rabbit PEE WEE HIGH POINT SHOW - Carlie Wells RESERVE - Sarah Wolfs HIGH POINT GYMKANA - Hannah Carlson RESERSE - Sarah Wolfs MOST NUMBER OF POINTS DURING 2011 SHOW: PLEASURE - Carlie Wells EQUITATION - Carlie Wells VERSATILITY - Carlie Wells GYMKANA: BARRELS - Sarah Wolfs POLE BENDING - Sarah Wolfs VERSATILITY - Hannah Carlson JUNIOR HIGH POINT SHOW - Dawn Carlson RESERVE SHOW - Non Applicable HIGH POINT GYMKANA - Dawn Carlson

The Fun Country Riders ended their 2011 season with their Awards Night and Banquet on Saturday, Oct. 22. The event took place at the Lyalta Hall and began with a fabulous potluck dinner followed by award presentations, lots of door prizes and a dance. Thanks to all the volunteers and sponsors and lets do it again in 2012!

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RESERVE GYMKANA Shelby Running Rabbit MOST NUMBER OF POINTS DURING 2011 SHOW: PLEASURE - Dawn Carlson EQUITATION - Dawn Carlson VERSATILITY - Dawn Carlson GYMKANA: BARRELS - Shelby Running Rabbit POLE BENDING Shelby Running Rabbit VERSATILITY - Dawn Carlson YOUNG HORSE (5-YR. OLD & UNDER) HIGH POINT SHOW Heather Thornley RESERVE - Lorie Wagenaar HIGH POINT GYMKANA -Lorie Wagenaar RESERVE - Lindsey Nelson MOST NUMBER OF POINTS DURING 2011 SHOW: PLEASURE - Lorie Wagenaar & Heather Thornley EQUITATION - Heather Thornley VERSATILITY - Heather Thornley GYMKANA: BARRELS - Lorie Wagenaar POLE BENDING - Lorie Wagenaar VERSATILITY - Lorie Wagenaar ADULT WALK-TROT Show and Gymkana -Dixie OKeefe SENIOR NOVICE HIGH POINT SHOW - Lorie Wagenaar RESERVE SHOW - Janice Eaton HIGH POINT GYMKANA - Lorie Wagenaar RESERVE GYMKANA - Christine Beckie MOST NUMBER OF POINTS DURING 2011 SHOW: PLEASURE - Janice Eaton EQUITATION - Janice Eaton VERSATILITY - Lorie Wagenaar GYMKANA: BARRELS - Lorie Wagenaar POLE BENDING - Lorie Wagenaar VERSATILITY - Lorie Wagenaar

SENIOR OPEN HIGH POINT SHOW Katrina Janzen RESERVE SHOW - Nora Maidman HIGH POINT GYMKANA - Katrina Janzen RESERVE GYMKANA - Lindsey Nelson MOST NUMBER OF POINTS DURING 2011 SHOW: PLEASURE - Katrina Janzen EQUITATION - Katrina Janzen VERSATILITY - Katrina Janzen GYMKANA: BARRELS - Lindsey Nelson POLE BENDING - Lindsey Nelson VERSATILITY - Katrina Janzen CLASSIC SENIOR HIGH POINT SHOW - Carolyn Kennedy RESERVE SHOW - Andrew Bear Robe HIGH POINT GYMKANA - Angela Atkinson RESERVE GYMKANA - Pam Metzger-Savoie MOST NUMBER OF POINTS DURING 2011 SHOW: PLEASURE - Carolyn Kennedy EQUITATION - Carolyn Kennedy VERSATILITY - Carolyn Kennedy GYMKANA: BARRELS - Pam Metzger-Savoie POLE BENDING - Pam Metzger-Savoie VERSATILITY - Angela Atkinson MOST IMPROVED YOUTH RIDER Stephanie Red Crow MOST IMPROVED SENIOR RIDER Dixie OKeefe BEST TURN OUT YOUTH - Carlie Wells ADULT - Shannon Potter SPORTSMANSHIP YOUTH EDITH RATTAI MEMORIAL SPORTSMANSHIP TROPHY - Hannah Carlson ADULT KELLY CHRISTIANSEN MEMORIAL SPORTSMANSHIP PLAQUE - Karen Carlson CONGENIALITY - Stacey Running Rabbit

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THANKS THE FOLLOWING DONORS AND SUPPORTERS IN 2011 YEAR END AWARD DONORS:

ANGELA & LES ATKINSON CHINOOK CREDIT UNION LTD. FUEL AUTOMOTIVE & ACCESSORIES G & J ENTERPRISES (WILSON FAMILY) GOLD KEY INSURANCE LTD. GREGORY, HARRIMAN & ASSOCIATES MILES DAVISON LLP

PARK AUTO REPAIR LTD. RE/MAX REALTY HORIZON ROYAL BANK OF CANADA -STRATHMORE GORDON & EILEEN WALKER KEITH, BEA & ALAN WINTER LYNN WOODS LAW OFFICE

Door Prizes: Animal Health Care Centre of Strathmore, Calgary Co-op (Strathmore), Chestermere Veterinary Clinic, CIBC Strathmore, Dairy Queen Strathmore, EnCana, Fuel Automotive & Accessories, Global Training Centre, Investia Financial Services Inc. (L. Wagenaar), Debbie Janzen, K & K Livestock Co., Lady on the Lake (M. Potter), Larrakin Veterinary Service (Strathmore), Lia Sophia Advisor Jamee De Wit, Jaycee Reinhart, Roadhouse Restaurant & Saloon, Jackie Sieler, Strathmores Florist, Strathmore Station, Strathmore Value Drug Mart, Strathmore Veterinary Clinic, Subway Strathmore, Mark Thornley, The Red Carrot, Tim Hortons, Irene Tremblay, U.F.A. Strathmore, and all our other generous donors. AND A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO STRATHMORE & DISTRICT AG SOCIETY for the use of its arena this year AND TO GLOBAL TRAINING CENTRE for allowing us to hold our meetings at your facility AND TO THE GREGORY FAMILY for the wonderful photos of our members for the Website. AND TO ALL THE VOLUNTEERS AND MEMBERS WHO HELPED MAKE OUR 32ND YEAR SO SUCCESSFUL. THANKS TO THE STRATHMORE TIMES AND ROCKY VIEW WEEKLY FOR PUBLISHING OUR SHOW AND GYMKANA RESULTS THROUGHOUT THE SPRING AND SUMMER.

For more than 30 years, the Alexander Rutherford scholarship, named in honour of Albertas first Premier and Minister of Education, has been awarding Albertas students for their exceptional academic achievements with a combined total of over $20 million every year with funds coming from the Alberta Heritage Scholarship Fund, a program that was created by a $100 million endowment from the Alberta Heritage Savings Trust Fund. The scholarship was designed to help stimulate an incentive for Alberta students to pursue secondary studies, seeing that the bursary money cannot be claimed unless a student is currently enrolled at a post-secondary institution or an apprenticeship program. A common misunderstanding about the Rutherford scholarship is that the award is not competitive, but is automatic, explains Karen Galandy, Strathmore High School teacher and guidance counsellor. If you meet the 75 or 80 average in your Top 5 subjects each year, you automatically get it, and I think most kids dont know that, theyre usually stunned. I think most kids dont understand that its for Grades 10, 11, and 12, so your Grade 10 marks actually do matter, said Galandy. To be eligible for the Rutherford scholarship, students need to have achieved the required averages in

their Top 5 designated subjects in Grades 10, 11 and 12. In Grade 10, a 75 per cent average or more grants $300 and an 80 per cent average or higher grants $400. In Grade 11, a student receiving a 75 per cent average or more can accept $500 and an 80 per cent average or higher rewards $800. In Grade 12, a 75 per cent average or more grants $700, and a student who has received an 80 per cent average or higher can receive $1,300. Students must be a Canadian Citizen or be a permanent resident, and must be from Alberta or have a parent that is a resident or was during the students time of qualifying grades. Most importantly, students cannot receive the scholarship unless they are currently enrolled for post secondary education. In addition, there is a Rutherford Scholars Award which is presented to Albertas Top 10 students, a ranking based upon the students first writing of the diploma examinations in five of the core subjects. The winners of the award will receive an additional $2,500. Students are encouraged to apply for the automatic scholarship money and future high school students can expect to apply in the years to come. The Heritage Fund is to continue, in perpetuity, as Galandy sees it, and carry on to help create initiative in students to further their educations and possibly pursue further bursary money and scholarship opportunities.

OctOber 28, 2011

The UFA Bisons lost their first game of the season 3-2 to the J. Ennis Kings on Oct. 23 at the Strathmore Family Centre. They still boast an impressive 3-13 record.

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Grade 6, 7, 8 students at Trinity Lutheran Christian Academy had a chance to play soccer against their Lutheran counterparts, Prince of Peace students on Oct. 24. This was the second year the two schools have enjoyed a fun game of soccer, while getting a chance to interact with each other.

Bisons suffer first loss of the season


Mario PruSina Times Reporter A goal late in the third period prevented the UFA Bisons from remaining undefeated. After defeating the SSAC Athletics 4-1 on Oct. 22, the UFA Bisons suffered their first loss of the season the following day, a 3-2 defeat to the J Ennis Kings at the Strathmore Family Centre. I think we out-chanced them, but our powerplay let us down, said Bisons head coach Jeremy Friesen after the loss. Were just not capitalizing on our opportunities. Until we get that killer instinct and we play with urgency thats all the small things, winning the one-on-one battles and all those things were going to be going through this same process we keep giving away points. Trailing 2-1 in the third period, the Bisons pressed and pinned the Kings in their zone before a couple of costly penalties. However, the local triple-A midget squad tied the game, before allowing a goal late in the game, dropping the Bisons to 3-1-3 on the season. Its the first loss of the year, but its probably a good thing for us at this point in the season, said the coach. Things havent been going great, but they havent been going that bad either. Hopefully this will help them create that urgency on what it takes to make the extra (step). The decision making with the puck or lack thereof, has got to be better.

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On Saturday night, the Bisons fell 1-0 going into the third period, before scoring four unanswered goals in the third period. We stuck with the game plan and we stuck within our structure, said Friesen of the win. Guys were winning those battles, they were competing, sacrificing the body and they were holding each other accountable. Were a team, that if we have all 20 guys going, were going to be successful. Its part of growing as a hockey team and knowing what it takes. According to Friesen, the team is coming along nicely. The effort is there and they are developing that accountability that makes a successful team. We do have a mature hockey team and we dont quit, beamed the coach. To this point in the year, weve never been down by two goals. Were always in games. I really like the make-up of our team theyre a tight group and they get along great. The accountability piece is starting to come on the bench compared to last year, that is something we didnt really have. It is nice to see and it is something we can build of off. The Bisons will now travel to Calgary to take on the Royals on Oct. 28 (8 p.m.) at the Stu Peppard Arena, before returning home to host the United Cycle Maple Leafs on Oct. 30 at the Strathmore Family Centre. Game time is 2 p.m.

The boys and girls junior A volleyball teams faced tough competition at their home tournament, Oct. 21 and 22. The girls came away with fourth place, and the boys took second.

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Getting ready for zones


Shannon LeCLair Times Reporter Holy Cross Collegiate, HCC, was once again the host of a volleyball tournament this past weekend, though this time it was for the junior A boys and girls teams. Volleyball season is almost done, with zones coming up during the Remembrance Day weekend. Nicole Cordes is the coach of the girls team, and has been the coach for some of the girls since they were in the sixth grade. This year I implemented a different defense/offense, its called a six-two, said Cordes. The setters have to be extremely strong, fast on the court getting to the position and stuff like that. Thats been kind of gradually coming and theyre starting to get it now. She thinks things are finally starting to pull together and the girls are getting used to the new system. Cordes had been hoping for a strong finish in this last tournament, wanting to walk away with a medal, but unfortunately it wasnt in the cards for the girls. It went fairly well, we ended up winning our quarter finals, so that put us into semifinals and then we lost to Calgary Christian who ended up in the final, said Cordes. The scores were fairly decent with that game, and then we ended up in a bronze medal matchand we ended up losing in that match, but the games were close as well in that one. It was a goodtournament, there was teams that were really, really strong in the digging department. Then there were teams that were really strong in the hitting department. She said the girls missed a lot of serves, which hurt them on the scoreboard. The plan for now is focus on serving and passing in the next couple of weeks. This weekend the girls are in Three Hills, then the following weekend they are in Brooks before coming home to zones. Because HCC is the host school the girls automatically have a spot in the tournament. Were going to basically be working on our really fundamentals, our strong basics, said Cordes. I told the girls I really want to finish stronger in each tournament to come with zones of course being our strongest finish. So thats basically my goal for the end of the year in the next three weeks.

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AWAY GAMES: Friday, Oct. 28 8:00 pm Airdrie; Sunday, Oct.30 3:30 pm Banff; Friday, Nov. 11 7:30 pm Cochrane

Happy Halloween from the Strathmore Wheatland Kings!

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Kings look to buck the trend


mario Prusina Times Editor

The last time the Wheatland Kings played the Three Hills Thrashers, they went up 6-0 and held on for dear life. This past weekend, however, an early 3-0 lead didnt last. The local Junior B team dropped to 3-5-0-1 on the season, after suffering a 5-4 overtime defeat Oct. 22 at the Strathmore Family Centre. It is something that leaves Kings head coach Doug Murphy searching for answers. I wish I knew its bizarre, said Murphy when asked of the blown leads. We come out like world beaters and then we either start the parade to the penalty box or just stop playing hard and away it goes. We beat ourselves in the second period by taking penalties. It should have never gone into overtime. Not only did the Thrashers force overtime, according to Murphy, they stole the game in the extra frame when a goal that shouldnt have been counted ended up being the game winner.

Pretty much everybody that was in that end of the arena said that the puck didnt go in until after the whistle, said Murphy. The referee was in the wrong place to see whether it did or didnt and the linesman that wasnt in position made the call. You hate getting beat on a goal that never was. Aaron Elaschuk scored a goal and added an assist to lead the Kings, while Austin Fisher, Racey Big Snake and Evan Elaschuk each scored once. Brandon Neufeld added two helpers, while Bryce Halverson made 36 saves. According to Murphy, it is tough to leave the extra point behind because there is such parity in the league. A point gained early in the season is just as valuable as a point near the end of the season. Absolutely we have to break that trend (of giving points), said Murphy. With (only) the top four teams making the playoffs in each division, every single point is going to be big. Especially if youre wanting home ice advantage. Its going to be huge.

One thing the Kings need to work on is limiting the oppositions chances. In the first nine games of the season, the team has allowed 49 shots against per game. Despite some arenas generously counting shots, those numbers are too high for Murphy. Were giving up too many shots and too many second shots, said the coach. When the goaltender is making the second and third save, (its tough). The Kings will now close out the month with three straight games this coming weekend. They will travel to Airdrie (Oct. 28, 8 p.m.), before hosting Coaldale on Oct. 29 (8 p.m.) at the Strathmore Family Centre. The Kings will wrap up the weekend with a road contest versus the Banff the following day. According to Murphy, it is a good time to string some games together. Coming up here on our first threegame weekend, hopefully that brings the guys together a bit, he said. Hopefully we learn how to string it together.

The Wheatland Kings surrendered a 3-0 lead en route to a 5-4 overtime loss to the Three Hills Thrashers on Oct. 22 at the Strathmore Family Centre. The Kings will now play their first threegame weekend of the season Oct. 28-30.

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The peewee Spartans football team makes it look easy as they pull off their second shutout of the season.

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The Holy Cross Collegiate senior girls played against High River on Oct. 19. The girls won all three matches of the night against High River.

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James Giancola Times Jr. Reporter The Strathmore Spartans peewee team was in action against the Sylvan Lake Bears and again was able to come out with a win on Oct. 22. Cooper Fargey scored one touchdown in the first half and had another long run in the second half that also went for a touchdown. The team has been working hard in practice and its really paying off, as they have a record of 5-1. This was the second shutout of the season for the Strathmore defense, which is becoming a very good compliment to their explosive offence. The

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team is currently in second place and will host the league semi-final playoff game on Oct. 29 against the third place Red Deer Steelers. The Steelers have similar record as the Spartans, so this game promises to be a very close, very even match up. The only loss of the season for the peewees was in the first game against Innisfail. Head coach Doug Klauck has been focused on preparing for playing against them in the league championship game, (hosted by Innisfail), all season. With a win at home this week, the Strathmore pee wee team will likely face the Innisfail Cyclones for the league championship.

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The senior Spartans football team played their final game of the regular season on Oct. 22.

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Strathmore Senior Spartans finish regular season


James Giancola Times Jr. Reporter The senior football team finished their regular season in Calgary on Oct. 21. The final score was 28-0, but that does not represent how well the team played, only allowing one touchdown in the second half. The defense made some adjustments and came out strong in the second half. During the season, the Spartans made some significant improvements, from the strength of the whole defense, to the speed and skill of the offence. The senior Spartan team will be going into the playoffs with an official record of 1-2. (they had four exhibition games giving them an unofficial record of 2-5) Most of the team will have at least one more game in the playoffs against the Cochrane Lions. The Spartans will definitely be up against a strong team, but if they are able to play well, the game should be very close. This will be a very tough game, but as this writer has witnessed, the team is very capable of pulling off a win.

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Great run to open the season


Mario Prusina Times Editor

The Wheatland Warriors have a foul taste in their mouths after losing their first game of the season. The local double-A bantam team, which entered the weekend with an undefeated record, beat the Foothills Bisons 3-2 on the road Oct. 22, before falling 3-1 the following day to the Lethbridge Raiders at the Strathmore Family Centre. Despite the loss, the Warriors still boast an impressive 7-1-1 record and remain the top team in the North Division. Its been going good the boys have bought (into the system) off of the start, said Warriors head coach Paden Grant. There has been some ups and downs, but for the most part Im really happy with the season so far. The team opened the season with a win and a tie, before ringing off six straight wins. According to Grant, the team has a very deep roster, which helps spread the ice time for everyone. Our forwards are pretty deep and weve been using that to our advantage, rolling four lines, said the coach. Dump and chase seems to work well for us so far this year (players) going hard on the puck. Our defence, when theyre moving the puck well, thats their strong suit. They move the puck well and make that first pass. For the most part, they are getting better at that. Like I said, were (very) deep this year we have a very balanced lineup. The Warriors recorded their seventh win of the season versus the Foothills Bisons to start the weekend. Shane Fraser scored all three goals for the Warriors, while Jayse Wilson recorded two assists in the win. Goaltender Matt McDonald posted the win by recording 33 saves. Unfortunately things did not go as smoothly the next day, as Lethbridge build a 2-0 lead early in the third period. Shane Fraser scored his fourth goal of the weekend midway through the final frame when he converted a feed from Brendan Lizotte and Cole Busslinger. However, the Raiders scored with 4:54 left to hand the War-

riors their first loss. According to Grant, there are things the Warriors need to work on to remain successful. We need to work a little more on our own zone, he said. Weve got a few problems getting trapped in our own end and we need to make sure that the defencemen are (getting the puck to the wingers) and out and winning the battles in our own end. Those are the things we need to work on the most. The Warriors will have a chance to work on those things this coming weekend, when they host a pair of Red Deer teams at the Strathmore Family Centre. The team will host the Red Deer Ramada on Oct. 28 (7:30 p.m.), before hosting the Red Deer Steel Kings on Oct. 30 at 7 p.m. Chiefs back on winning track After suffering a pair of losses, the Wheatland Chiefs got back into the win column with a 7-3 win over the Cranbrook Ice Oct. 21 at the Strathmore Family Centre. Despite going down 3-0 in the first period, the Chiefs fired off seven unanswered goals to post the win. Aaron Durant led the way with two goals, while Curtis Zeiler recorded a goal and three assists for the doubleA midget team. James Price, Brooker Pretty Youngman and Connor McCallum each added a goal and an assist, while Dalton Dubetz also tallied for the Chiefs. The team will now host the Medicine Hat Venom on Oct. 28 (7:30 p.m.) at the Hussar Arena, before traveling to Brooks the following day at 2:30 p.m. Break from league play The Wheatland Braves have another bye weekend from league play and are preparing to host the Okotoks Oilers Nov. 4 in Hussar. The double-A peewee team is coming off an 8-4 win over the Innisfail Flyers on Oct. 16.

The Wheatland Warriors started the season with a 7-0-1 record before losing 3-1 to Lethbridge on Oct. 23 at the Strathmore Family Centre.

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The Strathmore Spartans JV girls volleyball team brought home bronze from the tournament in Canmore on Oct. 22.

Photo courtesy of Julia Gigantelli

Spartans bring home bronze


Jerry Flaws JV Girls Volleyball Coach

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The Strathmore Spartans JV girls Volleyball team was at it again this past weekend in Canmore. They made the journey to the Rockies for the annual Rocky Mountain tournament. The girls played the Brooks Buffalos in their opening match, splitting the two games in a tie. The Buffalo/Spartan rivalry is definitely an intense one on the court, but off court both teams were seen cheering for each other. The girls finished off the round robin by beating Louis St. Laurent from Edmonton, Foothills Composite from Okotoks, and Highwood from High River.

The Spartans ended up in second place in the tie breaking game. In the quarterfinals the Spartans played J. Percy Page from Edmonton and beat them two straight. Next was Holy Trinity from Okotoks. The girls played well, forcing a third game, but came up a little short losing the third game 15-9. This set them up for another meeting with the Brooks Buffalos in the Bronze Medal Game. The Spartans won the first set 25-20 and then surrendered a 10-point lead in the second. The Spartans were able to come back and win the second set 26-24, taking home the bronze medal from the Rocky Mountain Tournament. Spartan Alyssa Lavallee was also named the tournament All-star.

Ice Cats leave weekend on par


Mel Boschee Strathmore Novice Ice Cats Sunday took the Ice Cats to Cochrane for a morning game against the Cochrane Rockies. The coaches had a plan and our Cats were ready to show the fans they were ready to play. The Cats practiced their new play which they couldnt use the day before, but Sunday they used the Cougar, and it paid off. The Cats were a passing, skating defensive machine. Every Cat play that was executed was without error and complete precision. The Cats were definitely there to whisk away the win. When the Cats were done playing and the buzzer sounded, it was 10-6 for the Cats. Weekend Ice Cat goals were scored by Justine Larson, Ainsley Olson, Cayley Boschee, Reagan Bogusky, Shelby Lane. No goal is scored without the set up star defensive team, forwards and goalies: Mackenzie Duggan, Megan Brooks, Hannah Arsenault, Payton Jensen, Tessa Davidson, Avery Aleman, Makayla Grant, Laura Sader, Mackenzie Hansen. Next Sunday takes the Ice Cats to Airdrie. Its a great start to the season. Go Ice Cats.

Spurs oust Warriors in battle


siMon Pritchard Strathmore Spurs U12 Strathmore Spurs U12 Boys A Team carried on with their impressive early season form with a 9-4 win against WRC Warriors on Oct 23 at the Calgary Subway Soccer Centre. Another early morning start saw the Spurs team trade early goals with WRC, then fall behind 3-1. Reacting to an unfortunate blue card in a positive way saw five unanswered Spurs goals giving a 6-3 half time lead. The second half again saw an early trading of goals before the Spurs scored two more goals to claim a 9-4 victory and claim three points to give an early divisional lead. The teams victory can be credited to superior fitness, determination and skill. The team is built up with a strong

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Immediate possession, downtown - walk to everything, 2 bed, corner fireplace and front attached garage!!

1/2 duplex
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$129,000
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hillCrest manor
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$190,000
$329,900
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SHOW HOME CONDITION 1073 sq.ft. Bungalow, Att. Dbl garage, A/C, vaulted ceiling, 3 bdrms, 3 bath, Corner lot with view spen space. Price $314,900 STRATHMORE 2nd. Ave. Over 2600 sq.ft. Ideal for Office or Retail. Corner site, Parking. Price $224,900 15 ACRES With fully developed 1120 sq.ft., 3 bdrms. Bright and spacious, lge. Surround deck, livestock barn, 32x48 heated shop w/overhead door. Price $329,900 bARE lAND 4.99 Acres 5 miles west of Strathmore. Off TransCanada Hwy. 20 mins to Calgary. Excellent building site, great view. Price $224,900. pRICED TO SEll 13.44 acres with 1200 sq ft bungalow with attached double garage. Free standing fireplace surrounded by rundle rock. Skylight, 50x100 steel quonset ideal for small riding arena, truckrs, etc. Shop 32x36 heated insl, several animal shelters, storage buildings, home & shop have new shingles & siding. Mature trees 126 g.p.m. water well Acreage shows pride of ownership. Price $724,900. fARMlAND If interested in buying or selling specializing in farmland for over 30 years call Leo Helfrich 403-934-7776

arrowwood Bungalow
Two bed. Lots of renos. Cute home and landscaping. $119,900.
Carseland bilevel, 2+2 bedrooms, 2 bath, huge lot, RV parking, corner fireplace, shows well, priced to sell $184,900. $329,900 a great fd home w/super triple shop, heated etc immaculate home country views.

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$245,900
$349,900
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$202,000
1200 sqft bay with 14x21 overhead door. Presently rented. Renter will stay.

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$372,900
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$440,000
Beautiful acreage close to pavement east of Strathmore. House has 6 bdrms total, 2 baths, formal dining room & sunroom. Heated shop, 2 quonsets, grain bins & garage.

$240,000
Large 3 bedroom family home with beautiful hardwood, huge great room and triple garage with office all on mature landscaped 1/2 acre lot.

$314,900 3 bedr, 3 bath, roomy kitch new flooring, fd, current colours.
Fully developed bi-level, 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths, ceramic tile, Central Air, Huge Kitchen as well as back lane! IMMEDIATE POSSESSION!

80 acres with irrigation rights. Pond. 1300sq.ft. bungalow. Huge trees and good livestock set-up.$399,900.

ClunY area

4.05 acres near pavement.

$99,900

$193,900
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$309,900
Great family home on 3 acres 25 minutes from Strathmore. 6 bedrooms total, 2.5 baths & 42x64 quonset.

54.49 acres
with 1/2 mile highway frontage 4 miles west of Strathmore

80 aCres old homestead


Trees. Irrigation rights. $160,000 along TransCanada. $285,000

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in Old Lyalta backing onto Lakes of Muirfield. Has all services but needs new well and septic. Old hall converted to shop. $159,900

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236 aCres haYland

Backing onto the canal, this 2 storey split is immaculate and ready to move in 3 bedrooms plus den, 2.5 baths, walkout to fully landscaped yard! A MUST SEE!

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130 aCres haYland $140,000


2200sq ft. Cape Cod style home, warp around verandah, heated 4 car shop, .69 acre. $499,900

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namaka

$277,900
FULLY DEVELOPED - 5 BEDROOM 24X24 DETACHED GARAGE- RV PARKING HARDWOODS - OPEN DESIGN LOCATION PLUS

$325,000
Bungalow with 5 bedrooms, deck, carpet o/s dble garage, 40x84 insulated shop, quonset, four metal grain bins on 9.5 acres, near Standard.

Dixie Hartell 403-934-2001


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Hayley Poirier 403-934-2001


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Ross Collins 403-934-2001

Leo Helfrich 403-934-7776

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Specializing In Country Properties

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Bare land NW of Strathmore 3 4 Acres $167,000

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Gleichen $330,000
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MLS# C3497269

1291 sq ft bungalow, 4 berm, 3 bath Hardww, country kitchen, vaulted ceilings Quonset, 26 GPM 40 mins to Calgary
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949 Briarwood Cres $209,900


MLS# C3494756

1908 Strathcona Terr $299,900


MLS# C3495235
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$5000 CASH BACK TO BUyER

Perfect starter home. Fully developed bi-level. 2+2 bed and two bath. Very large back yard. Close to elementary school. Priced to sell at $184,900. Constantly Selling More Real Estate

Carseland

1568 sq ft --3 bdm--2 full bathsoval jetted soaker tub off master bdm and walk in closet NEW carpet and kitchen lino Dbl att heated-- hot and cold running water in garage
Please see our Virtual Tour

538 Hillview GA $309,900


1222 sq ft 3 bdm 3 full baths C3487438 Hardwood & tile floors All black appliances Stone fireplace 23 x 21 garage Huge kitchen eating area
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Canyon Creek (Strathmore) www.strathmorerealty.ca

10 acres of leased land $79,900


MLS# C3493153

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931 Briarwood Cres $164,900


MLS# C3494152

Canyon Creek (Strathmore) www.strathmorerealty.ca

Cant afford acreage high prices Heres the answer for you 2000 built 2x6 construction 3 bdm--2 full baths home Mint condition Beautifully treed and landscaped $650 monthly lease includes well and septic\and a garage
Please see our Virtual Tour

536 Highland Cl $339,900


MLS# C3491465

Great Price!! 3 bdm--2 full baths Heated garage built in 1991 2x6 construction oval soaker jetted tub Walk in closet off Master bdm skylight BI China cabinet Paved front drive
Please see our Virtual Tour

5 bdm-3 full bathroom home Loaded with oak-ample cabinets Hardwood flooringwalk in closet and full bath off king size master bdm 2 tier deck with hot tub Fully fin basement
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- 1 in Luxtone & 2 in Bayshore

6 Greenmeadow Cres $219,900


MLS# C3491518

MLS# C3490905

147 Brentwood Place $159,900

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823 Bay Road $203,900


MLS# C3484248

3 levels fully developed 4 bdms--1 1/2 baths Convection stove, high end appliances Main floor laundry-RV parking at rear
Please see our Virtual Tour

No neighbors behind 2 bdms 1 1/2 baths New flooring throughout Living room PLUS family room Wood burning stove Mature trees --Private
Please see our Virtual Tour

1348 sq ft MODULAR home In floor heat in garage and main floor 2 Very large bedrooms--1 & 1/2 baths Hardwood floors-GRANITE countertops and massive OVAL SOAKER tub Top of line stainless steel appliances
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Own Lot, 3 Bedrooms, 2 washrooms

$159,900

3 bedrooms, 2.5 washrooms, fenced, landscaped $329,900

Brand New 1/2 duplex 3 bedrooms 2.5 washrooms

Lots of trees in back yard.

$238,900
Trilogy

$359,900
Bungalow backing onto canal

NE of Strathmore 3.5 acreshome-garage $314,900


MLS# CS3487705

4 Greenmeadow Cres
MLS# C3491520

$212,900

31 Brentwood Dr East $284,900


MLS# C3491454

Renovated

Hillview

Paved road to driveway Irrigation canal boders south boundary 1200 sq.ft modular home in very nice condition 28 x32 ft detached garage 18 miles northeast of Strathmore
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Please see our Virtual Tour

Backs onto Park Immaculate 1314 sq ft 5 bdm-2 1/2 baths Close to schools, mature quiet area 26x24 garage, RV parking Wood burning energy eff stove
Please see our Virtual Tour

Own lot. Double Wide Double Garage over size

$59,535

Walk out, double garage, backing onto Strathmore Lakes

$269,900

3 bedrooms, 2 washrooms, $179,900 On own lot

Hussar

Villa Adult Living

Brentwood

3 Bedroom, Single Garage

C/S
$124,900

833 Bayview Road


MLS# C3482052
Extremely Private setting Own the fenced lot 2 very large bedrooms Newer laminate flooring Newer vinyl siding,eavestrough,vinylk windows, New ty vac insulation --RV parking
Please see our Virtual Tour

$169,900

4 HILLCREST BLVD. $485,000


MLS# C3456762

Adult living at its best --Elevator Wheel chair accessable Spacious living room,kit and bdm SUNROOM--Cleaning services Social compatability

315 3 Parklane Way $169,000 MLS# C3489576

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1645 sq.ft. BUNGALOW with BONUS room over garage with walk-out basement At entry to Hillview Manor Hardwood floors, Solid Maple Cabinets. GRANITE COUNTERTOPS Underground sprinklers, backs onto view of trees and water
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2 bedroom + garage
$304,900 Camden Court

4 bedroom, possible suite+garage $249,900 Strathmore Downtown

Includes living quarters, was convenience store $149,900 Standard Commercial Building

2 apartments on top. Lots of parking in back. $629,900 Strathmore Downtown Commercial

Extensively renovated, windows, shingles,siding Hardwood floors- new OAK cabinets 3+2 bedrooms, Bsmt has 2 suites Triple Garage 30x24 HOT TUB RV Parking at the rear
Please see our Virtual Tour

SOUTH ON 817 TO NAMAKA RD. EAST $479,000 MLS# C3459363

3 MASSIVE lots--mature trees --fenced MODULAR on full basement 4 bedrooms--2 full baths Master bdm hasWalk in closet & vanity makeup table Full Fin basement except carpeting Mant upgrades
Please see our Virtual Tour

408 Gleichen Street $179,900 MLS# C3483409

Farm set up, 5 year new home 3023 sq ft developed 3 full baths Hot water and in floor heat 2 BARNS-heated, with exhaust fans Triple and double garages --heated Predator fenced, cross fenced
Please see our Virtual Tour

70 Acres, North of Strathmore $799,900 MLS# C3467408

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