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Drumheller Mail (Newspaper) - May 30, 1990, Drumheller, Alberta Wet Utman beef mail published every wednesday at 368 Centre St., Drumheller Alberta Box 1629, toi 0y0 second class mail registration no. 0730 an Independent newspaper serving with record coverage a prosperous farming District Rich Coal mining Field and one of Canada s major Oil Fields. A All rights reserved. The use of any or All of the material in this publication is prohibited without the express permission of the publisher. Subscriptions $13.00 per year. $18.00 Over 40 mile radius. A o. Sheddy editor and publisher verified circus Atio Foj Raio letters to the editor Are most Welcome. They should be As Brief and to the Point As possible. The mail reserves the right to edit letters for legality clarity and taste. Letters must Bear the name address and phone number of the writer. Anonymous letters Are thrown in the garbage can. Al tart a Meinz a a inf Lorri Stahl is teaching the City a or. 5 students How to correctly use the Telephone. Comm Nikit 2 program taught to Grade five a by Erenda Debona . Has developed a Telephone education program in response to a great number of requests from schools and other groups. Lorri Stahl . Telephone operator from Drumheller is one of Many Volunteer operators teaching the com Mun kit 2 program to or. 5 students in Southern Alberta. The comm Nikit 2 program was developed by . Operators. A week dedicated to seniors by Brenda Debona National senior citizens week will be celebrated june 3 june 9. The City of Drumheller has Many activity a planned during that week for both seniors and their families. Monday june 4 a barbeque will be held at the to. Ross nursing Home from 2 of 5 of . Attendance is by invitation Only. At 7 00 ., Sharon Clark lawyer at Ross Todd amp co., will give a speech entitled a seniors and families getting your affairs together. The presentation will be Given at the Pioneer Trail Centre and everyone is Welcome. Tuesday june 5 seniors Are invited to have lunch in Delia. The bus leaves at 10 00 . And returns at 3 30 . If you would like to go Register at the Pioneer Trail Centre. Wednesday june 6 a a Bingo game for seniors will be held at the Pioneer Trail Centre starting at 1 30 . A military whist tournament will be held at the Centre at 7 30 . Thursday june 7 a Day trip to Trochu is planned. The bus leaves at 9 00 . And returns at 4 30 . Register at the Centre. All seniors Welcome. Friday june 8 a Coffee party will be held at Maple Ridge Manor i from 10 00 . -11 30 . A Tea will be held at the Sunshine Lodge from 2 00 -4 00p.m. Bridge will be played at the Centre at 7 30 . The theme of this years senior citizens week is seniors a strength of Alberta. The goals and objectives for citizens week include 1. To recognize and Honor senior citizens in Alberta. 2. To highlight the positive contributions that seniors Are making in their contributions. 3. To promote understanding and encourage positive attitudes towards seniors. 4 la a we teach How to use the Telephone properly especially in emergency situations and directory assistance a said Stahl. To Date Stahl has introduced the program to or. 5 students at St. Anthonys school and Greentree school. A first i show a 10-minute video and we discuss it. Then the students Complete a question and answer activity Sheet and we Mark it. Then we have a question and answer each student is also Given a Telephone Book and an address Book. A i Hope to eventually take students on a tour of the at building As a follow up to the i class lecture a said Stahl. The introductory part of the program will be completed by the end of May. A at that time we will decide if the program will continue a she said. A we would also like to teach Telephone education to or. 8 and or. La Council notes from regular meeting of City Council held tuesday May 22, 1990 it was reported at an earlier Date that her majesty Queen Elizabeth would be stopping in Drumheller while visiting Alberta in july. However mayor Jim Fisher received a letter from Graham h. Sherwood chief of protocol informing him that the Queen will not be Able to visit Drumheller. A i realize this is most disappointing for not Only you but the people of Drumheller and i too am sorry that such a visit is not a a a a a a the off Road vehicle society has submitted a lease agreement to Council. They wish to open a Riding track dirt bikes Etc on the East Side of the Drumheller Stampede grounds. A a a a a a there will be a delegation of eight ten citizens from Hob Etsu Japan coming to Drumheller in september. While Here they will require Home stays. A a a a a a Stewart and Wiley have been appointed As the City a auditor for the next three years. A a a a a a Alderman Tom Keller made a motion that a second proposed design for Dyke d phase Iii be accepted. Alderman Addy Content seconded the motion. Alberta environment Calgary will be accepting tenders within the next couple of weeks and construction should be completed by the end of the summer. A a a a a a the City still requires an additional $8,000 to build a hot tub in the Drumheller Aqua plex. Construction of the indoor Waterside has begun and should be completed by june 29, 1990. A a a a a a Alderman Keller made a motion to accept a turf tractor tender from Jacobsen a turf tractor in the amount of $22,690. The motion was passed. The City now owns a four wheel tractor capable of Lawn mowing and Snow removal. Jacobsen a turf tractor is supplied by intr provincial turf of Innisfail Alberta. A a a a a a Council accepted the tender of Mcnally contractors for $1,454,420.80. Mcnally will do the required Road construction and placement of storm sewers on Hwy. No. To from Sharps Pontiac Buick to 19th St. East. Council also passed a borrowing by Law of $200,000 for the Hwy. To project. A a a a a a the newly formed environment committee is looking for a site to grow Oak Trees Poplar Trees choke Cherry Trees Etc. The tree farm would serve two purposes. First beautification of the City and second a contribution to our environment. Aldermen Bob Garbutt Dave Snideman Chip Aiello and Addy Content make up the committee. Forum for Young albertan held in Edmonton by Brenda Debona three students from Carbon school attended the forum for Young albertan in Edmonton Alberta. The week Long program May 6 12, provides High school students from across the province an Opportunity to learn about the structures and decision making processes of both municipal and provincial Levels of government. Kim Sommerville Kristopher Perm Ann and Danielle Stewart All or. To students applied to attend the conference because of an interest in politics. A i have a heavy duty interest in politics a a said Kristopher. A a it a not that i want a career in politics but in a interested in knowing about my government because i want to be involved a said Danielle. A i want to know How to vote when i am old enough to activities at the forum included a meeting with the lieutenant governor of Alberta on the floor of the legislative Assembly a meeting with justices of the court of Queens Bench of Alberta and an Opportunity to watch a trial a mock City Council meeting and a Model parliament with the students playing the role of politicians dinner with members of a legislative Assembly of Alberta and discussion group on various political issues. A i saw How the legislative works How speakers work and How the government of Alberta functions a said Kristopher. V a now i feel Uke can do More. That i can change things and make them my Way a said a positive Kim. A i also made a lot of friends the Meech Lake Accord and protect Len of the environment were among the top most discussed topics at the forum. Dan Ferguson social studies teacher at Carbon school informed the students of the forum. The forum for Young albertan is a non profit organization which operates completely independently of any political party or group. The program now in its eleventh year of operation was developed by University professors High a school teachers and forum staff. Office for rent downtown in prestigious office building rent includes All utilities except Telephone. Will furnish to suit Tennant overlooks Centre Street. 823-2580 inquiries i8p26 the new look Beauty Salon will be open saturday june 2, 1990 from 10 00 . To 2 00 . Phone 823-6622 175 3rd ave. West attention starting june 6, we will be open on wednesdays from 11 00 . 7 00 . _ a 22c municipal District of starland no. 47 the municipality is now receiving tenders for the weekend car taking of the Morrin Bridge Campground and the Michichi recreation area. The duties shall include the inspection and cleaning of facilities collection of fees and other related duties for the term of june 16th, 1990 to october 28th, 1990. The submission of tenders shall include the contract Price month and references. Deadline for tenders shall be 4 00 . On june 13, 1990 to be submitted or delivered to the municipal District of starland administration office in Morrin. For More information please Contact Glen Riep 772-3793 22nc23 notice to All residents of the . Of starland no. 47 re fire permits you arc hereby advised that the fire season in each year is in effect from april isl to october 31 St. The provisions of the Forest and Prairie Protection act provide that no person shall Light an outdoor fire during the fire season unless that person is the Holder of a subsisting fire permit. A permit for lighting a fire pursuant to the Forest and Prairie Protection act May be obtained by contacting the municipal administrator or agricultural Fieldman. Residents Are also warned that failure to comply with these provisions of the Forest and Prairie Protection act May result in prosecution under the act. A for further information please Contact the . Of starland administration office or the undersigned at 772-3793. Wayne Carl agricultural Fieldman . 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