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Baldur Gazette News (Newspaper) - April 29, 1997, Baldur, Manitoba April 1997 Manitoba Rural Forum 97 to take place May 8th 10th A celebration of Community and Small Business Success Rural Manitoba is once again getting ready to celebrate its Rural Development Minister Len Derkach has Rural Forum 97 the fifth annual is set for Brandons Keystone Centre May 8 to 10 and it promises to be even bigger than last years record attendance of over he A threeday exposition for the entire the Rural With The IN BRIEF Expanding Spruce Woods Pizza in Carberry are expanding their business by building a new 60 x 105 It will include a dining area with seating for 220 plus a private dining area for Deal approved A group of 73 investors in the southwest portion of Manitoba have made a deal with CP Rail to take over the Waskada GoodlandsDeloraine portion of the Lyleton The group have offered just over for the The new owners have given themselves three years to make a go of the Hospital support Over 200 people attended a meeting in Grandview as residents of that area are becoming concerned over the possible changes to their hospital now that the Regional Hospital Authority is in A petition was also presented which was signed by over 800 residents asking that their facility continue to offer the present LifeLease Housing Boissevain Lions Club have decided to proceed with the necessary steps towards obtaining a 14 unit life lease apartment block for Westman Games Carberry has been chosen as the site for the Westman Regional The event will be held the last two weekends in 1998 and features 11 Forum will feature over 325 displays offering innovative rural products and including a delicious variety of regional and ethnic food and some of the best rural talent and entertainment Manitoba has to Rural Forum 97 will focus on building community opportunities through marketing and Derkach We will offer exhibits and oneonone interaction with trade and marketing specialists so that our small business people can learn how to better promote themselves and their products and break into new markets at home and Our experience indicates that Manitobas high quality products are in demand throughout the The threeday celebration of community and small business success will also highlight a Rural Youth which will include the Junior Achievement Business Game and the Manitoba Chamber of Commerce Youth Business Institute Grand Our future business and community leaders will be challenged to use their ingenuity and Derkach The commitment of our youth organizations and business partners has been outstanding and this year over 400 youth from around the province are expected to Main attractions of the event include a onestop BusinessCentre that will focus on a wide range of public and private sector consulting programs and services an Information Age display of emerging technology and information age services and initiatives regional exhibits from all over rural Manitoba and the Rural Innovators a tabletop display showcasing new service innovations and inventions created and developed by rural New additions to this years forum include a Reverse Trade Show that will provide an insight into the typical products and services purchased by major Manitoba businesses and Crown and a new event especially for children called Kid The Franchise and Home Based Business Opportunity area is another new addition to the event and is especially designed for those interested in starting up or expanding a The incredible success of Rural Forum since the first event was held in Neepawa in 1993 is due to rural Manitobans who are innovative and eager to celebrate their Derkach They are the reasons that the pessimism of the 1980s is behind us and we can look to the 21 st century with new hope for increased prosperity and an even better quality of Green Team Youth Job Program to create over 700 jobs in rural areas This more than 700 Manitoba youth are expected to find gainful employment in provincial parks and rural communities with the announcement today of the start of the Green Team youth employment program for Rural Development Minister Len Derkach and Natural Resources Minister Glen Cummings said the province and hometown sponsors will spend almost million in support of Green Since the start of the program in Green Team has provided parttime summer work for close to rural Manitoba said Hometown Green in provides the means by which municipalities and non profit organizations can beautify our rural with the province sharing in the Natural Resources has utilized Green Team to assist the department in the maintenance and development of our provincial said Conserving and maintaining our green space is vital to our economy in supporting tourism as well as for our own Green Team is designed for youth 16 to 24 years of age and includes two basic Natural Resources Green Team employs youth in provincial parks for general maintenance and other Employment terms are for three from May 20 to August or for two from July 2 to August They are eligible to receive between and per plus 4 per cent holiday Youth can apply at their nearest Natural Resources office and specify the location at which they wish to Hometown Green Team employs youth in communities at a variety of on behalf of private tourist service clubs such as the Lions and local chambers of commerce and other nonprofit natural resource Employment under Hometown runs from June 23 to August with salaries ranging from minimum wage to an plus 4 per cent holiday Sponsors can apply for a maximum of five positions per Youth may apply for jobs under Hometown by contacting town or municipal offices that are Sponsor applications for Hometown Green Team will be mailed out to all municipal Northern Affairs communities and chambers of commerce at the end of Other community organizations requiring sponsor applications may call Applications for Natural Resources Green Team are available by contacting the Natural 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