Ag outlook 2019 - Village of Major

Ag outlook 2019 - Village of Major

Feb. 4, 2019 Contact: news@the-chronicle.ca 306-463-6383 Deadline for Feb. 11 Chronicle is Feb. 6 It’s here and officially in service! We are very excited, overwhelmed and humbled by the generosity and effort that was extended by the community in ensuring a new Handi-Bus for the Town of Kerrobert. We would like to thank the following companies and organizations for their contributions towards the purchase of the new bus - Enbridge Pipelines, Kerrobert Kinsmen, Kerrobert Kinettes, Telemiracle Foundation and Neil Charteris Reclamation Service. Funds for the new bus were also provided by grants.

We would like to thank Veronica Smith and Bobbi Hebron for their hard work in securing that grant money. We would also like to thank the community of Kerrobert and surrounding area as there were many private donations towards the new bus as well as support provided by fundraising efforts.

Since we had decided it was time for a new bus, we felt it was necessary for it to have an official home. As such, a new overhead door was installed in the side of the curling rink. Many community members contributed their time to see the project through. We would like to thank the following for their efforts; Councillor Brad Murphy, Kyle Johnson, Jim Veronelly, Jace Kissick, Curt Ekenkrantz, Rev Energy (Darryl and Brian), D&F Welding, and Enbridge. Thank you to West of the 3rd Graphics for providing and applying decals to the new bus and to Trevor and Jace Kissick along with their families for providing the space to complete this work.

If you are wanting to see the new Handi-Bus up close or take a look inside, it will be on display at the Kinsmen Pancake Supper at the Kinsmen Hall February 6th from 5:00pm to 7:00pm for viewing. Watching the town come together with this project and so many projects over the years is exactly why we are truly blessed to be living in such a great community. On behalf of the Town of Kerrobert and Council, we send our extended thanks to everyone who helped make all of this possible. Written and submitted by Councillor Chad Tetzlaff Left to Right: Jim Veronelly, (Enbridge) Neil Charteris, (Neil Charteris Reclama tion Services Inc.) Jim Schlosser, Brent Seffern, (Kerrob ert Kinsmen)Jordan Kammer (Kinsmen Telemiracle) Keri Seffern, (Kerrobert Kinettes), Blake Kitching, Cody Hueser, (Enbridge), Chad Tetzlaff, Veronica Smith, (Town of Kerrobert) 701 Grand Ave www.luselandcu.ca 306-372-4444 Find us on Facebook! Community partners for over 50 years! AG OUTLOOK 2019 Join us Friday, February 15, 2019 for our annual agricultural commodity outlook seminar.

9:00AM—4:00PM Please let our staff know by Feb 7,2019 if you are interested in attending.

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PASTURE LAND FOR CASH LEASE BY TENDER The R.M. of Mariposa No. 350 will accept written tenders until 4:30 p.m., Monday, February 11th, 2019 for cash lease of approximately 126 acres of pasture land located on the SE-16-35-20-W3. Sealed tenders marked “Pasture Land Tender” will be accepted in person or by mail to: Box 228 KERROBERT, SK. S0L 1R0 Highest, or any tender, not necessarily accepted. Dated at Kerrobert this 14th day of January, 2019. Kathy Wurz, Administrator News for “The Chronicle” Do you have a special event coming up, like a gathering for a loved one’s special birthday or anniversary? Can you think of someone that went above and beyond for you? Are you hosting an event or putting on a fundraiser for the community? Why not put it in The Chronicle for all of us to see and know about!? We are very fortunate to have a newsletter that we can submit all of these types of things! Let’s take advantage of it!

Send in the pictures of your event or your team. Thank someone publicly for a job well done or a considerate deed done for you. Send in a poster for your fundraiser! Use this powerful advertising tool for your upcoming community fundraisers. It can draw supporters for your event not only from the three communities that it is distributed to but also anyone that views it on the Kerrobert website! On the front page, top right corner of every edition of the Chronicle it has the email address that you have to send your article or news event to which is news@ the-chronicle.ca! Also, it has the deadline date for the next edition of The Chronicle.

If you do not use a computer, you can bring your information to the Town Office and staff will happily forward it to The Chronicle for you!

The Town of Kerrobert Website For any community groups that have changed their executive or have had any recent changes happen in your contact information or general information, please email kerrobert.clerk@sasktel.net to let us know about your changes. The website is a valuable tool not only for our residents but for people new to town or for people thinking about moving to Kerrobert and it is important to have this information current. If you are on the website and see any old information please let us know so that we can change it! Please go to www. kerrobertsk.com to view the website.

Submitted by Kerrobert Town Office

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INKEEPER WANTED The Town of Luseland is seeking a responsible, self-motivated individual or couple to manage and care for the Luseland Community Motel. Duties Include: Taking reservations Checking guests in & out Housekeeping Laundry Verifying cleanliness, order, temperature and lighting of rooms that guests are checking into today Urgent maintenance (e.g. stopped toilets, flipped breakers) General maintenance Painting Lawn mowing Snow removal This community-owned motel constructed in 1998 with an addition added in 2015 makes for a very comfortable stay in Luseland with ample paved parking and plug-ins.

22 guest rooms, smoke-free. Apply: Town of Luseland PO Box 130 Luseland SK S0L 2A0 Email: luseland@sasktel.net Questions: Richard or Betty Wagner 306-372-4666 The Town of Kerrobert is currently accepting applications for Lifeguard and Instructor positions for 2019 at the Kerrobert Swimming Pool. We offer a great summer aquatic experience to work in. We encourage individuals who enjoy an active lifestyle, have a keen interest in safety, and enjoy working with people to apply. These positions offers many unique opportunities for training and learning through regular inservices, mentorship and programming.

Applicants must be at least 15 years of age.

Applicants must possess the following or provide proof of registration:  Standard First Aid & CPR C  Bronze Cross Award or Red Cross Assistant Lifeguard Course Preference will be given to those who possess:  National Lifeguard Certificate (NLA) or Red Cross Lifeguard course  Water Safety Instructor (WSI)  Pool Operator Course  Lifesaving Instructor (LSI) Job description and expected duties:  Promote prevention of accidents through public education, class management and safety supervision  Ensure aquatic facilities are clean and safe for users  Commit to on-site training opportunities  Follow provincial and local Public Health regulations  Evening and weekend work is expected  On-the-job training will be provided as required The Town of Kerrobert offers competitive wages and covers the cost of all recertification’s for returning guards/instructors.

Closing date: Feb 28, 2019. Please send your covering letter and resume to: Town of Kerrobert P. O. Box 558 Kerrobert, SK S0L 1R0 Email: kerrobert.recdirector@sasktel.net The Town of Kerrobert Recreation Department works in a team environment. EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Town of Kerrobert Lifeguards and Instructors LUSELAND AND DISTRICT MUSEUM It’s hard to believe we are at the end of another very successful year at our Museum. 2019 will be the 30th anniversary since we first got the ball rolling to provide a Museum for Luseland. The success we have had is because of the interest, support and generosity in both donation of artifacts and financially that the people of the area have provided—we can’t “thank-you” enough!

Our main display in 2018 was of wedding dresses covering the era of 1904 to 2008. We couldn’t have done this without your help. Thank-you to the ladies and families who have donated wedding dresses to the Museum and to the others who generously loaned their dresses and accessories for the displays that were just so lovely. It was an educational eye-opener to view the various materials and styles of those 35 dresses throughout those 104 years. And it was special to have a wedding dress from Scotland—1913 and one from Russia,—also 1913 vintage, to add to the display from local families. We—and the visitors-- so appreciated every one! Being 2018—it was the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1.

It is so important that we remember and pay tribute to all those who gave of their time and, unfortunately in many cases, their lives, serving in the military forces in the service to our country. Again, with thanks and appreciation to local families for their donation of WW1 and WW11 uniforms and artifacts that were donated and loaned so that we were able to provide valuable and interesting displays. The many positive comments from visitors spoke of how they found it so interesting and worthwhile. This year, 2019, we are presenting an “ Agricultural” display from the early 1900’s. Again you have made this possible with the donations and loans of artifacts from members of our town and district.

Our aim is to provide some of the artifacts and knowledge with which our early homesteaders worked with in their day. We have a board donated by Don Einarson which a few local farmers and ranchers had placed their brands on. Since brands are now becoming a thing of the past we invite and encourage anyone who has a brand they used and would like to add to the display to contact Brent Honeker, Neil Scholer, Alvin Bekemeier, Ed Walz or Pastor Mellicke to sign up and get more information as to time, etc. Our idea is to have a “branding day” on July 1st, 2019 and to add your brand on the board that day.

We have a couple of aerial views of farms in the district which will be used in our front window display—if you have an aerial view that you would like to loan for the occasion, we would be so pleased to include it –just let us know. Also, if you have an object relative to that era that you would consider loaning for that day, be assured it would be well cared for and very welcome. Throughout the summer the 1st Saturday of each month will feature a special display in addition to the Agricultural one. Watch for posters!

Here’s to a Happy New Year to everyone. Luseland and Districts Board—Val Finley

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OSY RENTALS Watch the all new season www.osyrentals.com Kerrobert Recreation Calendar This calendar is submitted by the Kerrobert Recreation Department as we are made aware of events. For errors, omissions or additions please contact the Recreation office at 834-2344. Feb 6 Minor Ball Registraiton Feb 6 Telemiracle Pancake Supper Fundraiser Feb 12 KCS Movie Night Feb 19 Dinner Theater tickets go on sale at the Town Office Feb 23 Ducks Unlimited Supper Feb 27-28 Jr. High School Curling Districts at Kerrobert Curling Rink Mar 3 Rockin’ Rebels perform at Telemiracle Mar 15 LOL Fundraiser Dance Mar 22-23 Ice Dawg Tournament Mar 28-30 Kerrobert Dinner Theater Production May 3 Siebens School of Dance June 1 Projected Kerrobert Pool Opening June 5 73rd Regional 4H Show and Sale June 27 KCS Grad July 5-7 Kerrobert Rodeo Aug 30 Projected Pool Closing Sept 5 Projected Arena Opening Oct 12 Womens Wellness Day 30th Year for Prairieland Players - Submitted by Shauna Meek The Kerrobert Prairieland Players are busy preparing for their 30th annual dinner theatre.

Rehearsals began two weeks ago, and the large cast and crew are working at bringing another entertaining production to the community. This year’s play, a comedy by Jarrod Jeanson and Shauna Meek, has been written specifically to commemorate the special anniversary, and to celebrate the history of the group. The cast features current and former members, in a play that showcases some of the talented people who have been a part of the group over its 30-year history.

What’s the play about? Cookie Clarkson has been in show business a long time, and her comedy variety TV show is finishing its 30th year on the air. As the cast and crew gather to put together the last show of the season, they are met with unpleasant news. How will this impact her cast and crew? Is this the end... or just the beginning of The Cookie Clarkson Comedy Cavalcade? The Prairieland Players are working on contacting all former members of the group. If you have not yet received an email or message, please reach out to the group on Facebook or at their email prairielandplayers@gmail.com Tickets go on sale Tuesday February 19th at the Kerrobert Town Office.

You do not want to miss this production! You never know who might be on stage... Monika Knorr and Sandra Smith rehearse a scene for the Prairieland Players upcoming dinner theatre.

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102 Canola Cres. Cut Knife, SK S0M 0N0 306-398-4717 rosecitymemorials@sasktel.net www.rosecitymemorials.com Rose City Memorials Ltd. PRODUCTION PLANT AND INDOOR SHOWROOM Rose City Memorials Ltd. 306-398-4717 102 Canola Cres. Cut Knife, SK Check out our new website www.rosecitymemorials.com Granite Monument Specialists Dedicated to Quality, Craftsmanship and Service Rose City Memorials.indd 1 18-02-26 2:26 P Kerrobert Atoms - Submitted by Rachael Johnson The Atoms played a league game in Rosetown Friday, January 25th, winning 13-0 over the Rosetown Redwings.

The Atoms went undefeated in the Perdue tournament Saturday, January 26th, winning the A finals.

Game scores: Game 1-- 8-1 over the Regina Colts Game 2 --6-5 over the Shellbrook Elks A-side final game -- 9-3 over Hague! Kerrobert Novice - Submitted by Lori Zerr The Kerrobert Novice Tigers went undefeated in the Warman Tournament on January 25-27 winning the A side final over the Saskatoon Comets 4-2. Berkley Wuttunee, Emerson Zerr, Quaid Mackinnon and Brady Leinenweber each won player of the game in the 4 games we played.

West Central Rage The Rage hosted the Delisle Chiefs Friday, January 25th, taking a loss of 6-2. Kerrobert Peewees - submitted by Bev Kraft The Peewees had two league games over the past few days, Saturday, Jan. 26th in Kindersley and Monday, Jan. 28th in Kerrobert. Both proved to be victories for the KERROBERT Tigers, with a score of 5-3 vs Kindersley Two and 6-2 vs Macklin One. Up next for the peewees, a return game to Macklin One on Sunday, Feb. 3rd.

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KERROBERT KERROBERT FOOD BANK is open for regular use the second Tuesday of each month. The Food Bank is located in the Kerrobert United Church at 320 Lanigan Street.

Calvin/Lannette Ressler 834-5389. Monday before Food Bank Day to make an appointment. KERROBERT LIBRARY HOURS: Tues 2-5pm, Wed 6-8pm, Thurs 2-5pm, Sat 10am-12pm There will be no Story times until April. 102 Bosworth St., 306-834-5211 STAY ACTIVE by playing Recreation basketball at KCS on Sundays at 7:00pm The group is always looking for more players! Call the Rec Office for more information at 834-2344.

FREE TUTORING for ADULTS Please share this with your friends and family. What: Practice English, help studying for courses: WHMIS, Food Safety, First Aid etc. or improve reading and writing. Where: Kerrobert Town Office (433 Manitoba Avenue) JOIN A REGULAR CLASS OR SET UP TIMES TO MEET. Call Theresa at 306-834-0040 WRITER’S GROUP The Writer’s Group meets once a month at the Kerrobert Library. We discuss and share our writing in a supportive and constructive environment. Our group leader Jessica provides us with writing prompts to get our creative juices flowing, and we do a fun “quick write” exercise at each meeting.

We are open to new members. Our next meeting is February 6th at 7PM. KERROBERT UNITED CHURCH KERROBERT UNITED CHURCH Services 10 AM on Sundays All are welcome to join us. No service Sunday February 10th - We will be joining the Superb Mennonite Church at their service at 11am CRIBBAGE TOURNAMENT Playing Thurs evenings for 8 weeks ending February 28th, 7 pm at the Kerrobert Senior’s Hall. Enter individually or as a twosome before January 7th. $10.00 per person entry fee. Call Marie 306 834 5345 or Lorraine 306 834 2691 or Stella 306 834 2793.

KERROBERT UPCOMING DATES Feb 23, 2019 – D.

U. Supper THE PIONEER’S HAVEN Friday February 15th Soup and Sandwich Day Start 11:30am $10 per meal Everyone Welcome! KERROBERT KINSMEN PANCAKE SUPPER on Feb. 6 from 5pm - 7pm at the Kinsmen Hall. $12 adult, $8 12 and under. All proceeds will go to telemiracle. LUSELAND LUSELAND CHURCH SERVICES United services: 11:00am on Sundays All are welcome to join us in worship. Alliance services: 11:00am on Sundays. Lutheran services: 10:30 a.m. on Sundays Catholic Mass Times: Weekend Mass Jan. Sat. at 9am Weekday Mass - Most Wednesdays at 7 pm (subject to change) Superb Mennonite: Worship Times: Adult Discussion - 10:00am Singing - 10:45am Worship - 11:00.

PLEASE JOIN THE STAFF AT THE ROYAL BANK in congratulating Amanda Moysey on her exciting promotion within RBC. She will be taking on the role of Community Manager and working out of the Kindersley branch. We have had the privilege of Amanda’s expertise and service in Kerrobert for over 12 years and we want to wish her all the best in her new venture! There will be celebratory cookies and coffee on Friday February 8 from 2-4 PM at the Kerrobert branch, 446 Pacific Avenue. We look forward to seeing you there! LUSELAND SWIMMING POOL Interested in joining any of the volunteer work parties happening at the new Luseland Swimming Pool this winter and spring?

Contact Adam at 306-372-4444 TOWN DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE Meeting: Monday February 25, 2010 7:30 at the Town Office Send your upcoming events to news@the-chronicle.ca

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THE LUSELAND ARENA KITCHEN will be serving Soup and Sandwiches weekly, Tuesday to Friday from 11:00 - 2:00 pm. Baking also available. PART-TIME HELP WANTED FOR LUSELAND LIBRARY APPROXIMATELY 12 HOURS PER MONTH CANDIDATE REQUIRES BASIC COMPUTER SKILLS Please apply to: Town of Luseland PO Box 130 Luseland SK S0L 2A0 Fax: 306-372-4700 Email: luseland@sasktel.net LUSELAND WALKERS * anyone is welcome to walk in the Luseland hall * if you are the first there, please pick up the key at the town office.

if you are the last to leave, please return key to town office * it costs $ 1.00 per day * walk at anytime - although most walkers are walking between 9:00am and 11:00am * walk Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri. Any or all of the days * DO NOT wear the same shoes that you wear outside *** We need to keep our hall clean! LUSELAND THEATRE UP COMING MOVIES Feb 8 and 9 Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero 84 min PG Feb 15 and 16 Smallfoot 96 min G Feb 22 and 23 The Nutcracker and the Four Realms 99 min PG Mar 1 and 2 Bohemian Rhapsody 134 min PG Mar 8 and 9 A Star is Born 136 min 14A Mar 15 and 16 Instant Family 118 min PG LUSELAND BUILDING LEGO CLUB Luseland Building Lego club is underway.

We have lots of creative projects on the go! Sharon Stang 306-834-5041 currently runs this club in Luseland.

LUSELAND MEDICAL CLINIC HOURS January 29th Tuesday Dr. Wentzel Please note Clinic Hours are subject to change at any given time. LUSELAND ARTS COUNCIL: present “Outerbridge - Pure Illusion” in February, 2019 and “James Hill & Anne Janelle” in April, 2019. LUSELAND SKATING RINK SCHEDULE Public Skating: Sun 1:00 – 3:30, Thurs 3:30 – 5:00 Fri 3:30 – 5:00 Shinny Mon 6:30 – 8:00, Thurs, 6:00 – 7:30 Fri 5:30 – 7:00 Unless a game is booked Arena Phone Number – 306 372 4815 If no games on Saturdays check with the Rink for public skating and shinny times.

LUSELAND MEALS ON WHEELS Volunteers are needed to deliver Meals on Wheels.

Meals are picked up at the Royal George Hotel – PT Kafe from 11:30 to 11:45 AM Tues to Fri Meals are not delivered on weekends or Stat. Holidays. Volunteer commitment is flexible – it can be as often as you like. For more information or to volunteer, contact Leslie Omness, Volunteer Coordinator, at 463-1000 ext. 2504. GIRL GUIDES The Guiding Family Strawberry Shortcake Tea and Bake Sale will be held Saturday, February 16 from 2:00 to 4:00 at the Luseland Pioneer Club. The girls look forward to serving you LUSELAND & DISTRICT FOOD BANK Marianne & Victor Delhommeau 306-372-4832 Barb Klingler – 306-372-4913 Marj Thrun – 306-372-4603 Pastor David Mellecke – 306-372-4980 Jennifer Sheppard – 306-372-0073 Pam Olfert – 306-834-7980 WANTED: REPORTER FOR THE CHRONICLE The community of Luseland is looking for someone to take on the task of reporter for the Chronicle.

This volunteer job would consist of reporting on any and every event and item of interest around town. To learn more contact Harland Lesyk at 306 460 7416. 14TH ANNUAL STEAK & LOBSTER FEST Sat. April 13 in Denzil.

Two settings 5:30pm & 7:30pm. ONLY 300 Tickets Tickets go on sale Feb. 25. $50 each in the Denzil Community Hall. All remaining tickets will be available at EM Grocers. Dance from 9pm - 1:30pm. Live Band featuring Jo Mama. Silent Auction & Midnight Lunch

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One of the longest-running children’s TV series, Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, first aired on television in 1962. Host Fred Rogers quickly became an American institution. He certainly wore many hats during his seventy-four years: actor, puppeteer, singer, composer, producer, author, educator, activist, minister, husband, and dad.

However, a common thread ran through all he did: a devotion to encouraging children and families. His loving reassurance and gentle demeanor left an indelible mark on North American society. Here are few words of wisdom from Mister Rogers himself; as relevant today as they ever were. 1. “When the gusty winds blow and shake our lives, if we know that there are those people who care about us, we may bend with the wind, but we won’t break. You’re such a gift to your own children, I hope you have such sensitive care in your own life, too.” 2. “My own wish for children in that they learn to find joy even amidst the world’s and their own imperfections...

that they grow to have a clear but forgiving interior voice to guide them... and that they come to have a reasonable sense of shame without an unreasonable burden of guilt.” 3. “One of the most essential ways of saying ‘I love you’ is by careful listening – listening with ‘the ear of the heart’.” 4. “Limits need to be set and explained with care so that children don’t come to feel that we’re trying to restrict their capacity to fall in love with life.” 5. “Respect the child. Treat him as a person. The best thing a person can feel is to be accepted as he is, not as he will be when he grows up, but as he is now, right this very minute.” Katie Smallhorn, for The Chronicle Wisdom from Mister Rogers That’s A Fact ~ People with high levels of testosterone get pleasure from the anger of others.

People with low self-esteem tend to humiliate others. Subjects who were told that the results of their IQ test were poor expressed more national and religious prejudices, than those who reported higher results. ~ People sincerely believe that their negative opinions about others are truthful and have no connection with them and their self-confidence. In fact, the humiliation of others helps them restore their own self-esteem. ~ People tend to commit immoral acts or do not fulfill someone’s request for help, if no effort is needed and they do not have to refuse a person directly. ~ However, more people behave “as expected” if they have to take a moral decision in front of someone.

Lying requires a lot of mental effort. A person who is lying has to keep in mind at the same time the lie – that it to say, and the truth – in order to hide it. As a result, he uses simple sentences and finds it more difficult to cope with mental tasks. ~ When people are being watched, they behave better. And the illusion of being watched works, too. It was enough to hang a picture of human eyes in a self-ser vice cafeteria, so that more people began to collect their dishes.

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Safety First While Walking at Dark: Safety always comes first; even when simply going for a walk in the dark.

Always be easily visible to vehicle drivers while walking at dark. Consider wearing reflective clothing or carrying a flashlight while going for a stroll outside of daylight hours. Kudos to anyone who is taking initiative to stay safe and visible while enjoying a walk around our beautiful community. A message from your Luseland Community Development Committee. The Never Ending Oilers Saga . . Was this even a surprise? The Edmonton Oilers fire their GM Peter Chiarelli and now everything is fine. Oilers fans, I’m not picking on you, but I feel sorry for you. You have Connor McDavid (The Best Player on the Planet) and you’re still that bad –it’s bad for the City, it’s bad for the League and it’s bad for the sport.

Oiler’s executive, following the firing, held a news conference and talked about “Culture”. It’s easier to talk about character rather than talk about being unable to score when 97 isn’t on the ice. Hey Oilers, what’s the plan? You have Ryan Strome and you had Todd Mclellan – you traded Ryan Strome for Ryan Spooner, Todd is fired, you put Spooner on waivers only to put him back on your roster, again what’s the plan?

The best thing for the Oilers to do is to stop, sit down, look around, then dig down deep to find the issues that are responsible for their constant failures. Here is the major issue... in 2012 prior to the NHL Entry Draft the Oilers had the #1 overall pick and went with Nail Yakopov over the overwhelming #1 prospect Ryan Murray. This after every scout in the NHL had Murray going 1st, however it is well known that Oiler’s owner Daryl Katz pushed to draft Yakopov so they did, and he was a huge bust. So Oilers, whoever you hire to run your ship, let him run the team. Many experts feel that Chiarelli made some very questionable moves, but how much outside influence and opinion did he get from the front office and the owners box? Perhaps we’ll never know, but one fact is for sure.

If nothing changes . then it will be more of the same.

Hey Oilers get it fixed and make sure Connor is on a team that matters. Greg Buchanan For The Chronicle

Have you thought about being a CU Director? We are looking for someone who is interested in joining the Luseland Credit Union Board as a Director. This important and fulfilling role involves: dedication, willingness to learn, community-mindedness and a desire to serve your local Credit Union. Remuneration is provided. Nomination forms are available at the Credit Union. Nominations close March 5, 2019 and elections, if required, will be held at the annual meeting on March 19, 2019.

If you have questions please inquire at the Luseland CU in person, call 306-372-4444, or email info@luselandcu.com.

Nominations for the Board of Directors Nominations for election to the Board of Directors of the Kerrobert Credit Union will be accepted until February 25, 2019. Director’s qualifications and nomination forms are available from the Kerrobert and Major offices. The Board of Directors of the Credit Union consists of nine members. There are THREE DIRECTOR POSITIONS available this year. Voting will be conducted at the ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING on Monday, March 18, 2019 at Prairieland Community Centre

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