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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - May 27, 1986, Baldur, Manitoba May CANADA 87 21 Annual Hospital Meeting The ninth annual meeting of the Baldur Health District was held on May at the Argyle Drop In Centre at 8 Approximately 25 people Call to order The meeting was called to order at 8 by Jean Ramage Governing Board Adoption of last years minutes Moved by Alan Skardal and seconded by Jack Bolack that the minutes of last years annual meeting May 1985 be adopted as Chairmans Remarks Jean Ramage Ramage welcomed everyone present and thanked them for taking tune out to attend this Annual Meeting The 24th Annual General Meeting of the Manitoba High Schools Athletic will be held June 9th and 10th in Over 100 delegates from all parts of the province are expected to be in attendance at this meeting to discuss policies and philosophies for high school sport for the coming school Some of the major issues to be discussed on at the meeting include 1 Adoption of International basketball rules for high schools versus the current North American rules presently being 2 Reorganization of the classification system for competition and expanding to four classes rather than the present 3 Discussion on whether repeaters students returning to school to repeat grade 12 will be allowed to participate in interschool 4 Reevaluating provincial championship tourna ment for AAA volleyball and Four positions will be open for the Board of Directors including physical education rep A schools AAA administrative and AA administrative The Manitoba High Schools Athletic Association is the voluntary nonprofit organization which coordinates high school athletics in the It is responsible for the organizing of Provincial High School technical and developmental clinics for officials and as well as fund raising programs and liaison with of Education and the public at She paid tribute to fellow board Hospital and all volunteers for their support throughout the fiscal Also to every one who made donations of and support fund raising She then introduced the following Administration WestwoodAdministrat Tony Fraser Assistant Miss Sue Richmond Director of Nursing Chief of Staff Dr Hanks Governing Board Members Vice Chairman Grant Finance Committee Chairman Germain Alan ConnieLee Doris and Jack Department Heads Lorraine Weddal Charge Nurse Activities Director Lynda Health Record Technician and Business Office Ollie Plant Maintenance Supervisor Peter Housekeeping Eleanor Dietary Brenda Laundry Myrna Lab XRay Technician Lyle continued on page 7 The Weather May 19to 26th Souvenir edition of fielmont News Ralph and Alice publishers of the and the Manitoba Community Tfewspapers Association have announced that they will be publishing a special souvenir issue of the Belmont News cm July This issue will be a province wide project of the who will sell the write the feature stories and produce the This will be done at ho cost to the president Bob Gilroy of the Dauphin Herald said in an interview that the Association is taking on this project to show its appreciation to the MacFarlanes who have spent a lifetime working for their community hi the true spirit of community He said that the project is the idea of Eugene publisher of the Stembach Carillon who has offered to produce and print the issue at no cost to the At this time plans are to do several feature articles on various businesses in Belmont and the surrounding area as well as to give full coverage to the Ninette Fair and the Belmont Senior Baseball tournament that is scheduled for July This work will be done by staff members from community newspapers throughout There will also be a special feature article done on the MacFarlanes by Fred the well known broadcaster and associate editor of the Brandon The has formed a committee to coordinate this special Hie Committee will be composed of Chairman Miles publisher of the Boissevain Glen publisher of the Glenboro Gazette and Garry publisher of the Killamey Philips says hes very enthusiastic about the He said that as far as he knows this is the first time a project like this has ever been undertaken in He says that not only will this issue allow the MacFarlanes a break from the weekly deadline of having to put out their but it will also focus attention on Belmont and its How often has a person had the resources of the entire community newspaper industry of Manitoba to work with he We shouldbe able to put out a super product that the the Belmont community and the will all be proud to have been a part BEA TING THE WET CONDITIONS Ray Gillis is seen with this targe tractor and seeding equipment working on land south of The tractor was equipped with triple wheels to carry over the wet Mild hot weather thispast week has allowed for big gains in the seeding
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