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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - September 16, 1986, Baldur, Manitoba Page 2 The 1986 Argyle Council Happenings Parsonage Lebeau Resolved that the Council of the of Argyle does hereby grant an Easement to permit the encroachment onto First Street of the building owned by Marion Lorraine known as Baldur Variety as set out in an Agreement marked Exhibit Bolack Kippen Resolved that the Council of the of Argyle is not in favour of increasing funding for private Bolack Lebeau Resolved that we authorize the printing of 100 copies of the Electors List by the Baldur Parsonage Kippen Resolved that we authorize the office staff to attend the annual District Meeting of the Manitoba Municipal Administators at on and that the office shall be closed on that Lebeau Kippen Resolved that the Council of the of Argyle requests the Province of Manitoba to publish separate volumes of the Statutes Our Letter Box We had a nice letter from Lyle and Bill Burton of They mention that it is 15 years since they left Baldur and that both are in their 80s but are well enough to enjoy the wonderful weather they have had this past They also mention they still enjoy receiving The AT THE The Churches JAMES CATHOLIC Father Ray Buteau 20 at Baldur 21 at 9 21 at 11 No Service at Glenboro or Kiliamey MARKS ANGLICAN Warren Marsh 8272000 Next Baldur Service 28 at Holy Communion September 2111 CHURCH Wendy Rankin 21 GLENBORO BIBLE CHAPEL Pastor Harry Friesen 10 Sunday School 11 Worship 8 of Manitoba in English and in French for use by Manitoba Lebeau Bolack WHEREAS the Rural Municipality of Argyle recognizes the importance of an integrated approach to resources management in and adjoining municipalities and WHEREAS the Rural Municipality of Argyle agreed to consider jointly with neighbouring municipalities the possibility of forming a District to address land management and other resource opportunities and to provide a framework through which to address the interjurisdictional management water and WHEREAS the Rural Municipality of Argyle and its neighbouring municipalities have explored the possible framework for a Conservation District with staff of the Manitoba Conservation District Authority and WHEREAS it is deemed that more detailed information as to costs and benefits is necessary before a municipality can form an opinion as to the desirability of becoming part of a conservation district THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Rural Municipality of Argyle request the Minister for the Manitoba Department of Natural resources to have prepared a detailed proposal for the formation of a Conservation District in the Pembina River Valley area to allow for a further indepth evaluation by prospective municipal Lebeau Kippen Resolved that we authorize two members of the ArgyleBaldur Fire to attend the 1986 Fire and Rescue Conference in on October 18 and with outofpocket expenses Parsonage Lebeau Resolved that Accounts totalling from to both are hereby approved as presented by the Finance Delegations Tom of Hayhurst Elias re Group General Insurance Correspondence 1 From Audrey on behalf of cottage owners at Rock Lake with list of concerns regarding garbage and other Councillor Bolack agreed to look into 2 Hayhurst Elias Dudek Information re General 3 Tiger Hills Arts the Council of the appointment of Karen Oliver as Executive Director of the Boiack That we to meet on October at Local Notes Donna Dearsley and Joan Warrener of Winnipeg were here for the Joan is now employed with Manitoba Telephone Also here were Allan and Dixie Pauweils and THE GAZETTE CCNA Tel 204 15352127 Box 280 ROK OBO Editors Publishers Member e Manitoba Community Newspaper A Canadian Community Newspaper Second Class Mail Registration 0401 Return all change of address undeliverabie copies to above address Published Tuesdays by The Subscriptions per in Where Are They Now Teresa Dearsley Baldur School Grad 83 Teresa is a Child Care worker at Day Nursery Centre in She received her Child Care Diploma from Red River Community College in Teresa is the daughter of Allan and Pat Dairy Glenboro School Grad 72 Darry received a Bachelor of General Studies and a Bachelor of Education from Brandon He is presently residing in Australia where he is a teacher and coaching director for the Ice Hockey Darry is married to the former Cher Trenholm and is the son of Fred and Fern Mamie Glenboro School Grad 64 daughter of Norma Jane and Charlie attained her Bachelor of Physical Education degree from the University of Manitoba in She taught in Winnipeg until she and her moved to Saskatoon in They have three and Kevin Johnson Glenboro School Grad 81 Kevin is a salesman for Jerry Davidson in He is the son of Dorothy mmm ALLARD will be at the Gazette Offices each Thursday morning In Baldur between 9 and 12 noon Phone 5352058 IMPERIAL OIL BULK AGENCY Csso See Us For A Complete Line Of FUELS OILS GREASES FERTILIZERS Call Collect 5352196 FARM SUPPLIES f 5352357
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