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Baldur Gazette News (Newspaper) - February 18, 1997, Baldur, Manitoba 18981998 Plan to ROCK in the BALDUR CURLING CLUB CCNTCNNIfll BONSPICl Men s Ladies Masters MANITOBA 1998 Next meeting The next meeting dealing with further planning for the Baldur Centennial Bonspiel will be February 24 when the men and ladies will get The meeting will be at at the Wrong name Last week we announced the list of the Belmont Babysitters and we gave one wrong The correct name should have been KIM FORSTER not Sorry about Rush over The Christmas mail rush must be A Christmas parcel mailed in on December in Glenora on February NDP elect Howard Jennifer life long Brandon area resident and Social Activist has been elected as the NDP candidate in the Brandon Souris Heart Fund Out of town residents can leave your Heart Fund donations at the Baldur Variety or you can contact any of the people listed in last weeks Talk is cheap because the supply is greater than the HAVE YOU PAID YOUR SUBSCRIPTION ID W co c 5 ID U3 j CD se cr 923 3 2 CO o Provincial Honour Choirs Conference Donalee Jones of Baldur and Catherine Delorme will be among approximately 300 students from across the province who will meet in Winnipeg from February 21 23 to raise their voices in The Provincial Honour Choirs Conference presented by Manitoba Choral Association offers young choristers the opportunity to enrich their choral skills and These 300 choristers will form three choirs the Junior grades the Intermediate grades 9 and 10 and the Senior grades 11 and This year they will be under the direction of Noreen Gafic who will direct the Junior Millie Hildebrand conductor of the International and Spencer Duncanson who will conduct the Senior The choirs rehearse Friday evening and ail day Saturday for a Final Concert on February 23 at Pantages Playhouse Theatre in Also during this The International Music Camp offers a scholarship to one Provincial Honour Choirs student to attend their summer choral program at the Peace The winner of the scholarship is announced at the Final February 23 at Pantages Playhouse Serving the Towns of Ninette Surrounding Areas 100 7 February 1997 50c per copy Community shows interest in obtaining another financial institution submitted by Janet Fowler Over two hundred people attended a meeting in Baldur Thursday February called by the Baldur Economic Development Association to discuss the prospect of obtaining a credit in response to the Royal Banks notice to cease business on May Also in attendance were interested representatives from the four neighbouring credit all of whom have shown varying levels of interest in establishing a branch in Rick Johnson opened the meeting by recounting the brief history of events leading up to this Since the Royal Bank first reduced the managers hours in back in the Economic Development Committee has been in steady contact with Credit Union Central in Winnipeg learning about and preparing for the process that leads to establishing a credit union With the arrival in the mail of the notices of they were ready to Rick then introduced the members of the Economic Development With Rick ohnson are Cord Mike Bob Recent additions are ad hoc members Mark Collins of Argyle and Bob Alan and Stan Skardal as reps from the agricultural Since the meeting Georgette Gillls and Kris Janz have agreed to join the committee as some concerns were raised about disproportionate gender Following representatives from Credit Union Barry Burkitt and Larry Larke gave some background statistics on the number and size of credit unions as a force In the financial community of and related how their business activities and community presence impacts positively on the Larry Larke left and Barry Burkitt from Credit Union Central chat with acquaintances following the meeting communities they This was followed by an explanation of how the process of obtaining a credit union The key to understanding the process is to understand that the final outcome is the result of a fourway which any one party can These four make their decisions in this order 1 the community 2 the credit union membership 3 Credit Union Central 4 Deposit Guarantee Corporation Before these parties make their final decisions a series of things must the feasibility study analyzes the market size of trading area demographics are we competition nearby nearby credit unions who may lose accounts location are we poised to pick up new noncredit union The feasibility study also analyzes the financial position of the prospective through an anonymous This is where the community has to be as honest and realistic as possible in order Continued on page 11 Killarney report With only new files opened this It was relatively The week started with a complaint that someone was constantly revving up a car violating the town We had two requests to do criminal record checks for and two requests for parade permits for later in the We did one records check to assist Winnipeg for an and one Individual reported losing a dealers licence plate between Killarney and Dunrea on On Friday morning we received a report of an Impaired Sure at 7 a male was arrested and charged for Impaired driving and for possession of He was also suspended from driving In so his vehicle was Because this individual was not a resident of he had to give us cash ball money before he could be I wonder If his day got any better On a more serious Friday afternoon had us investigating the sudden death of a young person in This is the second time in a week that our communities have lost a young person in a sudden Our condolences go out to the friends and relatives of these two young
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