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Beausejour Brokenhead River Review (Newspaper) - February 21, 1995, Beausejour, Manitoba VOLUME 2 ISSUE SERIALS DEVISIONFEB796 LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY 200 VAUGHN MB R2C 1T9 FEBRUARY 1995 WINTER FRREUJELL MB PULL OUT PflGE 59 BEAUSEJOUR SETS NEW WORLD RECORD The 34th Annual Li ons Winter Farewell has not begun but a Guinness Book record has already been set at the CPTC complex in The dedicated icemaking crew at the CPTC complex has prepared a 1250 foot sheet of ice specifically for an attempt to break the world record curling stone toss of 576 feet 4 The record toss was set in Manitoba in 1989 on a sheet of ice 1200 feet Both the toss and the sheet of ice are listed in the Guinness Book of Beausejours sheet of ice officially 1250 feet six inches long is already eligible to be listed in the 1995 Guinness But who will break the record for the longest curling stone toss The attempt to break the record for the longest curling stone toss will be made Satur February 25 at the CPTC complex as part of the Lions Family Fun Day and 34th Annual Lions Winter Fare Registration begins at in the heated Quonset south of the grand The event begins at at the north east comer of the ice The cost is per A cash prize of and a trophy will be awarded for the longest toss in each of four catego ries Girls 12 and under Boys 12 and under Wom ens and If a new record is a special trophy will be awarded to the All proceeds will be donated to charities supported by the Beausejour and Agassiz Lions Please come out and support the Lions Long Former World Curling Champion Orest Meleschuk will throw the first Many other events are planned for the Lions Family Fun February At a parade along Park will begin the Snowmobilersare encouraged to participate in the as well as register for 45mile Poker Derby or ganized in conjunction with the Brokenhead You can win a cash prize with out riding in the Sim ply purchase a hand for or three hands for at the registration booth in the heated CPTC Quonset and wish upon a lucky Registration is from to and all riders must be off the trail by Hot coffee and pop will be available at the Brokenhead Trailblazers Clubhouse lo cated at approximately the midpoint of the Poker Derby A popular spectator event will be the 1 st Annual Fire Fighters Tug of Billed as the Whos Got the Most Pull it will feature fire fighters from de partments in the Eastman re The RCMP will be on hand to and to douse fires when tempers Six fire fighters are required per Action Packed The Winter Farewell is off and running with ten days full of activities culminating in the Canadian Power Toboggan Championship March 4th and Racers and revellers will find much to See page 5 along with a entry The registration deadline Call Peter at 2681256 or 268 2770 to The event begins at Satur February 25 at the CPTC The winning team will receive 35 of the pro ceeds another 3 5 will go to the Fire Fighters Burn Fund and 30 to the Lions Winter There will be free admis sion to the CPTC as well as to most family events including dog sled Horseback schmoosh hockey shoot bonfire and marshmal low and music pro vided by the Music and Folk lore Association of Eastman Adults 18years and can participate in The Sixth Annual ChainsawClas sic presented by Tyndall Power Products and cospon sored by Stihl and the Beausejour Lions Reg istration and qualification tri als will be held from to at the CPTC com Prizes will be awarded in four classes Hobby Class up to 49 in prizes and trophy entry fee Com petition from 50 to 74 in prizes and trophy entry Pro 75 to 95 in prizes and trophy entry and fied in prizes depending on number of entries entry To qualify for the finals contestants must make three cuts through a 14 diam eter tamarack log in the short est In the Hobby Class only two cuts are For more information contact EdNovakowski at The popular Chain Saw Chucking contest is back this It will begin at at the CPTC This event is open to all ages with prizes awarded for the longest throw in three categories Mens Womens and For more information contact Cheryl Gennaine at 268 Entry is The free hay ride taxi from downtown Beausejour to the Hall and to the CPTC grounds will again be sponsored by the local Cham ber of The ride operates from to and pick up spots will be located on Park Hot food plates will be available in the heated Quonset south of the grandstand at the CPTC The menu is hot dog and fixings sausage on a bun or six perogies and sour cream for Buy six perogies and a sausage on a bun for and enjoy a hearty Hot chocolate and coffee will be 50 pop The 3 4th Annual Lions Winter Farewell continues through Saturday and Sun March 4 and winding up with the Canadian Power Toboggan Championship Races at the CPTC On Saturday and hot laps start at and races at 12 Admission is on Sat urday and 10 on 12 and under free both A warm up along with food and refreshments will be avail able on Saturday and along with a beer garden from 12 noon to Trophy presentations for races will be made at the CPTC Cabarets in the Brokenhead Recreational Complex from to For more information on the 34th Annual Lions Win ter please see the centre section of this newspa
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