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Beausejour Brokenhead River Review (Newspaper) - September 4, 1996, Beausejour, Manitoba THE BDOKENHEAD DIVEB co The Summer Gently Closes by Carolyn Anderson The end of summer is being Cabins and cottages are fields are being harvested and school has Although the summer was beautiful but fall is slowly being marked in the brokenhead The close of the labour day weekend traditionally marks the end of summer for With unseasonably hot weather and little crime reported by the area campgrounds begin to shut down and tourist business now is only open on Park Avenue has exploded with new construction and The coming of fall brings definite shape to new business on Park Avenue including the Beausejour Coop ancfStandard both slated to open in The Beausejour Brokenhead Memorial Arena is being cleaned and painted for the 199697 School kids are starting to register for figure skating and hockey and both should begin in Despite torrential rain only a few weeks stifling heat and sun have provided farmers with long hours in the But area residents can now look forward to Beausejours winter activity including the CPTC Ice the Beausejour Slo Pitch New Years Celebration and the Lions Winter Farewell Community Effort for Playground Facelift by Carolyn Anderson atrons of the Southend Playground in Beausejour have been stepping forward to help renovate the ailing Since last volunteers have been fixing and renovating at the Southend Except for one sponsored by a federal Summer Career Placement the effort was tackled by volunteers of all Most people would be surprised how many people use the Southend said Bruce Director of the Brokenhead River Recreation Preschool kids use adults eat their lunch their and school kids are around in the Most of the supplies used to renovate thejpark where provided by the Town of Equipment and machinery was also provided by the Town of feeausejour and the Beausejour Home Hardware donated some Renovation began in June and Schade expects them to be completed at the end of If we have we would like to renovate the picnic shelter on the Schade All we have left to do is a bit of Larry Enns gives fresh paint to the interior of the Beausejour Brokenhead Memorial Preparation for the winter has Dont Forget Were at our New Location 726 Park Avenue
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