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Lac Du Bonnet Leader (Newspaper) - March 31, 2003, Lac Du Bonnet, Manitoba LAC DU BONNET 1 LAC DU BONNET 3452121 CALL THE LOCAL EXPERTS 58 14 March 2003 INSIDE QUEEN OF THE JUNGLE Vi EnnsPreston is the vibrant first woman tions 2006 WINTER GAMES Premier Doer announced Pinawa and Beausejour to host PAPER WHEAT LDBSS SPRING PRODUCTION COMING SOON Drama production begins April 28 PEACE MAKERS Centennial School Peace Maker program makes a difference hv Valerie Cunnell People had the opportunity to explore job and career options at a Job Fair held in the Lac du Bonnet Community Centre March 25 with representatives from schools and government agencies on hand to offer Job options explored By Valerie Connell Giving youth an opportunity to see the possibilities for employ ment in the area was the focus of the first North Eastman Job Fair held at the Lac du Bonnet Community Centre March The oneday event consisted of workshops on farming and entrepreneurial information displays from govern ment and industry and entertain ment by Dean Jenkenson of Winnipeg and the inspirational speaker for the The Job Fair was jointly spon sored by the Winnipeg River Brokenhead Community Futures Development Corporation and Luccis and was attended by students from Lac du Whitemouth and with Human Resources Canada as the main fun der of the We work with We want to provide hope and opportunity to see they can have a future in work Its not necessary to go the university Its in the area and what you can do said Karen one of the organizers for the A planning team to organize the event consisted of Kelly Lynn of Winnipeg River Brokenhead Community Futures Development and Marilyn home economist with Manitoba Agriculture and and Connie of New Kristin Caroline Brennan and Clara Representing a diverse group of exhibitors were Adult Learning Centres including New Empower and Agassiz Adult Education Lord Selkirk Regional Secondary School Manitoba Conservation Interlake Credit Union Manitoba Education and Training The Deep River Science Wellington College of Remedial Massage Therapies Student Aid information JUST training Acsion Diamond Shelters and Presentations were offered in the morning and again in the afternoon involving entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurs Cheryl Shirlee Kristine Corely Sweeting and Jason Lacassc shared some of their expe riences and offered tips for success to Manny Glenn Margie Brinchcski along with Ag representative Terry outlined the various careers open to students in the field of agricul Think outside the be cre travel and find what works for are words of advice Jenkenson offered students gathered for the a stand up who also does freelance is a regular on Im here entertaining the kids and 1 hope they get a little nugget they can take away with he with over 10 years has a weekly spot on the Morning Show on CBC The show gives Jenkenson an opportunity to showcase his musi cal talents as a In the spot 1 do a song about something in the news that he Jenkenson has travelled across the country with the Yuk Yuks organization and he entertains at after dinner events such as awards nights and Christmas mostly in He writes his own including music for his Yuk Yuks is a chain of comedy clubs across the Its the worlds largest chain of comedy the clubs are in major Jenkenson Travelling with Yuk Yuks may mean a threeday stint in a club with three days doing oncnighters in the rural area surrounding the he Jenkenson got his start doing an amateur which gave come dians the opportunity to use the mic live in Winnipeg and was bitten by the comedy Like every other you try to open mic and the comedy bug bites he 1 should give this a 1 think Id do well at which is an out rageously audacious thing to Jenkenson said following his first Continued on
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