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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - March 9, 1983, Baldur, Manitoba Legislative Library 200 Vaughan MQ t R3C OP8 i 83 10 Gazett Manitoba March 1983 Freezing Rain Damages Power Lines and Trees A severe rajn storm on Saturday Sunday turned this area into a mass of ice which in turn caused power shortages of up to twenty hours in some areas of the Part of Baldur was cut off from power for three The heavy icing also caused many trees and branches to Road conditions were also extremely Following the heavy rams which saw many yards fill up with water mA some basements were also The rains later turned to snow leaving things in a very messy v in For the week 28 to March 7 our high was 1C 34F and the low We had 17 mm of rain inches ft 6 cm snow Other parts of the province were hit worse than this area as hundreds of hydro poles were broken and the towns of Garberry and Pearson were without power for over 48 st Event Winners Winning the 1st Event in the ladies bonspiel over the weekend were the Carol Cullen rink of Shown to are her rink of Dolores Jeanette Jeffer Agnes Witherspoon and skip Carol They defeated Anita De Baets and her rink of Dene Brenda Odell and Sheila DeBaets in an exciting last rock Third went to the Killarney rink of Kay McMurrich and Doreen Joan Jones and Betty Loraine Cramer and her rink of Shirley Arlene Lockhart and Maria Pel tola were Dolores Share Our Services Meeting Held At DropIn A meeting was held in the DropIn Centre on February 1983 to organize a group called Share our The panel consisted of coordinator of in Joanne Public Health Jim administrator of Baldur Germain Hospital Board and Council Jack council Unable to attend due to other commitments was the Marilyn The purpose of the organization is to offer and give assistance to all seniors and handicapped who live in their own homes and wish to continue living Assistance could come from all those within the church March is Red Cross Mont Canvassers will be calling in the coming accompanied by an assistant who will explain and hopefully will obtain an overall picture of the needs of and the names of those willing to share their Cooperation will be needed from all ages to make this venture a This will be an ongoing plan as we will all be seniors in the Jeanette Agnes Carol
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