Baldur Gazette News, July 22, 1997

Baldur Gazette News

July 22, 1997

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Issue date: Tuesday, July 22, 1997

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Baldur Gazette News (Newspaper) - July 22, 1997, Baldur, Manitoba The The Weather Tuesday Wednesday Low High Briefly its Holiday Time Due to our annual two week summer holiday there will be no paper published on July 29th or August The next edition of the Gazette will be August Check out our holiday office hours notice on page Belmonts Super Saturday August 2nd Dont miss Belmonts Super Saturday on August 2nd with several events to take place with a Western Breakfast starting at 7 See advertisement Wide Circula tion Paper This weeks edition of the GazetteNews totally covers the of Strathcona and Next Is Your Subscription Due D ro r CD o n otg T 8 3 o 100 29 July 1997 4 Hamilton Farm marks the Cen Submitted by Janet Fowler The descendants of Charles and Alice Hamilton gathered with neighbours and friends on 19th July 1997 on the occasion of the 100th year of family farming on the west half of 304 A large opensided erected on the home farm lawn was filled with wellwishers who came to help Charles second Terricks four their children and grandchildren celebrate a century of Hamilton family farming in The afternoon festivities began with a reenactment of Charles Hamiltons arrival at the farmstead which would still be in his care 100 years Tick to arrived in the front of a covered high wheeled wagon pulled by two Belgian named Janet and owned and driven by Jerry Van Mol of The wagon entered the yard to the skirl of the bagpipes by Piper Ted Brown of Pilot In the first of several Terricks Laurie gave a brief history of the early days of the Hamilton Charles Hamilton bought the NW quarter of 30414 from R W Billy Price in and the SW quarter of the same section in receiving the deed to the land in In Charles built an 1 1 room house and a 133 by the largest barn in the area at the In Charles named the farm after his uncles David McDowell of the Manitoba Historical Society is shown presenting a Century Farm plaque to Terrick Hamilton Sitting to Terricks left is Jerry Van Mol of estate in In Charles married Alice Birdie Thorn of In the combined efforts of Charles Hamilton and Joseph Gosselin succeeded in opening Hamelin named after the two Charles and Birdie had two and and one Terrick began farming at an early and in married Muriel McLeod of Terrick and Muriel raised four Betty W L Peggy Clare Joan Neil and Elaine Owen Terrick now boasts 20 grandchildren and 41 great Sadly Muriel died early this and did not get to share this Her memory was observed with a few moments Reeve John Chambers of Strathcona spoke briefly in remarking that it should be a source of great pride to Terrick and his family to have Continued on page 2 For Tanya Its Up and Away Submitted by Janet Fowler There are storybook tales of children who found adventure by joining the Young Dorothy was whisked away to Oz by a Han Solo found adventure in a spaceship gliding through the Huck Finn took a raft down the Each young person was drawn from home by the prospect of Each met with challenges that stretched their developed their taught them something Each became with a broader view of the spectrum of and skills or experience they could use through the rest of their Up With People offers to young adults just such an in the form of a travelling musical They become not only the stars of the but the sound and lighting advance merchandisers and ambassadors of good will across the Up With People has extended its invitation to Tanya a 1997 graduate of Baldur High School and daughter of Karen and Denis Rigaux of With her familys Tanya is planning an adventure that only a few on a world scale have the opportunity to Up With People is an international educational and cultural programme that aims to build peace through understanding among people of different It is a non independent organization begun in 1965 with over alumni in 79 Five separate casts totalling 750 young adults from 30 travel the continent and the staging high high energy living with host offering their time for community service and learning business and management as The programme lasts for a in which each new recruit is challenged to grow and develop both personally and Each 750 young adults are selected from a field of 6000 to participate in a program that teaches Everything is The participants are chosen through interviews on the basis of character and Musical ability is needed on each but is not the prime It was love of music that prompted Tanya to attend the Up With People conceit in Brandon with her sister Shawna English in early It was the prospect of a year of music AND adventure that led her to seek an interview after the show that Music has been a part of Tanyas life since she started She took piano lessons in Grades 1 to bur in Grade her Paula encouraged her to enter two solo voice competitions at the Tiger Hills Music Eight year old Tanya told her that she was singing at the but Mom didnt know it wasnt the whole class until the giggles After Tanya never looked She began voice Continued on page 2 PUBLISHING IN OUR 100TH YEfiR 18981997 ;

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