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Baldur Gazette News (Newspaper) - August 19, 1997, Baldur, Manitoba The Weather Tuesday Wednesday Low High The 100 31 August 1997 50c per copy Notice to resi dents of the RM of ArgyBe Two people are needed to represent the area on the South Westman Regional Health For more information see advertisment on page Town Wide Garage Sales The Baldur Commu nity Development Association is spon soring Town Wide Garage Sales in conjunction with Johnsons Show n Swine on Book your tables as soon as Back to School August 28th Students in the Tiger Hills School Division head back to school on August Teachers head back for an Adminis tration Day on Is Your Subscription Due ro o o 5 V Wo 0 Q 1 co c Q O IT CD CO O SANTA CLARA BASEBALL LEAGUE CHAMPIONS Back left to right Trevor Ryan McConnell Mike Hilhorst Mike Tosh Darcv Dearslev Glen Gord Front left to right Trav Doug Gerry Nathan Jesse MikeTohnson Sick Jones REGALS THREEPEAT The Baldur Regals finished off the season capturing the Santa Clara Baseball League by defeating the Plumas Pirates 3 games straight in the bestoffive final The Regals have now won the Santa Clara league the last three The Regals had a very successful season winning 23 losing 4 and tieing They scored 213 runs in league and playoff action while only giving up Another highlight of the season was finishing second at the Senior B provincial championships held in For the final game results please see page Freeman Wildlife Project Dedicated Donated land provides habitat for over 100 species One of the largest tracts of private land ever donated in Manitoba for wildlife habitat conservation was officially dedicated in a ceremony near The acre area was donated to the Manitoba Habitat Heritage Corporation a provincial conservation by the late Harvey Wayne a local The dedication ceremony was attended by Freemans relatives and conservation organization The natural and restored habitats on this property provide for over 100 species of reptiles and said Manitoba Natural Resources Glen Freeman has left a priceless legacy to all The along Provincial Highway just west of was donated from the estate of who passed away in the summer of His will specified that the land go to providing that it be maintained in perpetuity as wildlife His long time friend and Earyton noted that Freeman farmed in ways that left his land attractive for To there was a place for both cattle and wildlife on his Thats the way he wanted the land The property has many natural habitats native and miles of riverbottom habitat along the Long which flows through the They will be kept vibrant by using livestock when grazing will stimulate the growth of native prairie Cultivated lands on the property have been seeded to permanent grassland with native Introduced grasses and These areas will be hayed or grazed occasionally to keep the stands healthy and provide a source of forage for area Al MHHC representative in acknowledged the support of the projects Land Management Advisory consisting of local municipal agriculture and wildlife in the development of the project Without their this project would not have the community support that it enjoys I applaud the management plan developed by the project said What we have here is a sensible approach to habitat conservation and Everyone and Freemans wishes are A cairn and interpretive display have been placed at the north end of the along Highway about 3 miles west of The which includes a site map and other project was supported by the Killarney a local charitable The general public are welcome to stroll the though motorized vehicles are The Manitoba Habitat Heritage Corporation is a provincial crown corporation responsible to the Minister of Natural Its mandate is to restore and enhance fish and wildlife Offices are located in Shoal and Farm accident at Willow Creek colony Killarney Detachment reports a farm accident at the Willow Creek the 12th of August in the early A ten year old boy was playing Inside a large granary and his leg became entangled in a large Internal With the assistance of the Cartwright and Killarney fire and ambulance the youth was extricated from the granary and taken to the Brandon hospital and is presently in stable
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