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Glenboro Gazette (Newspaper) - February 2, 1983, Brandon, Manitoba Warning homeowners Are cautioned about signing agreements with salespersons offering insulation and siding packages or testing for the removal of foam insulation. Contact the Village of Glenboro office for further details. A we the serving Glenboro Cypress River Stockton Trec Bank and Wawanesa districts. Volume 92 number 5 Glenboro Manitoba wednesday february 2n construction progressing favourably site. The front Entrance at the 20 bed personal care Home in Glenboro currently under construction immediately South of the Hospital. The construction is slightly behind schedule due mostly to the weather. Administrator Jim Westwood reports that the revised schedule for completion indicates that the Home will be completed late in july. The Hospital patients will then be moved into the Home while renovations Are made in the Hospital. The patients will then be returned to the Hospital and the residents for the personal care Home moved into their rooms by late september. The grand opening will be planned after that. Souris Valley school division school Board urged to pursue 6/5% program the regular meeting of the Souris Valley school division Board of trustees was held on january 26th starting at 6 30 in the civic Centre. The Board heard a very informative report from principal Peter Hiebert regarding programming at Elgin school. Or. Hiebert reported on the use of recently added equipment such As the photocopier and also on Elgin schools very extensive use of the Micro computer in their educational programming. Or. Hiebert also provided a report on the Small schools Grant program As it affects Elgin school and in particular the special project Grant which provides for the services of a resource aide As part of a Model resource Centre entity for a Small elementary school. Under correspondence the Board received a copy of a Resolution from the . Of Sifton urging school division boards within its area to Quot be prepared to pursue the 6/5% restraint program. The Board received further correspondence on this matter from the . Of Whitehead. Also under correspondence was information from Mast regarding the annual trustees convention to be held March 17, 18, and 19 in Winnipeg. The Board of trustees will be represented at the convention. From the property transportation Anco maintenance committee report the Board accepted the committee s recommendation re successful tenders for the cleaning supplies for 1983. The Board also approved of the continuation of the services of Clare Somers All in his capacity of provision of a a Driver training and safety programming a which is now necessary under the new department of education regulations regarding bus safety. The Board agreed to refer the matter of the hiring of head custodian for Wawanesa school to the personnel committee for consideration at the next Board meeting. The Board authorized Contact with or. Brian Riehl of the Public schools finance Board regarding a bus replacement for the 66 passenger school bus which is now considered to be obsolete by new department regulations because it is More than 10 years old. Under committee reports the Board received an update from the negotiations committee As to the current state of negotiations with the local of the Manitoba teachers society. The two sides will be meeting again on february 14th. The finance committee has agreed to meet on january 31st to consider the 1983 budget. Under the superintendents report the Board approved a by Law providing for a program of religious education in the Wawanesa school at the Grade 4 and 5 level. This program similar to the one presently conducted at Souris school will begin february 4th and will involve 30 minutes of religious instruction per week conducted by the Wawanesa ministerial association for those Grade 4 and 5 students whose parents wish them to take part in the program. The Board was informed that the revision of the division policy manual is now nearing completion and the policy and curriculum committee will be meeting on february 14th to consider the last Section of the revision. A process for an annual review of the policy manual in terms of possible revision and or addition or deletion to existing policies is now part of the policy manual so As to ensure that the manual remains current to the needs and wishes of Souris Valley school division. The Board of trustees gave approval to a Board administrator seminar to be held March 4th and 5th at the a. Centre Brandon. This seminar will focus on the goals and objectives for Souris Valley school division now and in the future. Mast personnel or. Roy White will assist As a Facilitator for the program. The Board of trustees also accepted with regret the resignation of Secretary treasurer Harold Lamb. Or. Lamb will be leaving Souris Tiger Hills school division trustee unities unchanged at the regular meeting of the Board of trustees for the Tiger Hills school division 029, held on january 25th, members voted to keep trustee indemnities for 1983 the same As the previous year that is $200.00 per month for the chairman and $170.00 per month for each trustee. All members of the Board were present. Other items of business dealt with include the Secretary treasurer was instructed to prepare salary schedules for presentation at the next meeting to cover All non teaching staff members to reflect a payroll increase for 1983 of not More than 6%, by department Over the 1982 actual expenditure. The 1983 preliminary budget calling for total estimated expenditures in the amount of $5,366,414.00 was approved As presented Manitou rink wins ladies Bonspiel pc a o. A a o of o i it a a i w j a o it p Seq p erf m c it Toj it 1 t t a o it r t a c if 1 o c of Ai i c a and of marked to the Public schools finance Board for their consideration. The following applicants were approved for the Driver education instructors course Edward c. Fre Bjornson tre heme Doreen Watson tre heme Kathleen Moir Snowflake. The hourly rate for adult evening course instructors offered by the division was set. The appointment for the year 1983, of the following persons to represent the Tiger Hills school division no. 29 on the various recreation District commissions was approved Gle Wawa recreation District Daryl Ford Louise recreation District Faye Mccan Nell Tiger Hills recreation District Donald Hurton. The 1983 Glenboro ladies Bonspiel with an entry of thirty six rinks Drew to a close on sunday evening with the Bev Atkins rink of Manitou winning the final game in the main event. This rink received trophies from Wallis agencies prizes and a berth in the lady Sahara Bonspiel in november. Second was Ellen Coates of Glenboro Luanne Wooldridge Bonnie Hill Mae Davidson third Verna Mowat of Glenboro Georgina Anderson Marilyn Kippen Dorothy Elliott and fourth was Rose Mcneill of Winnipeg. The second event with trophies by Morley Cullen of Imperial Oil was won by Ella Green of tre heme. Second was Vera Bjorson of Glenboro Linda rank More Dorothy Barr Carol Storey third Ruth Barr of Glenboro Blanche Carpenter Luella Outhwaite Mary Gillingham and fourth Iris Carroll of Brandon. The third event with trophies provided by Spruce Woods inn was won by Doreen Caithness of Carberry second place went to Susan Kentner of Baldur third to Shirley Shore of Morden and fourth to l. Sandercock also of Morden. Special prizes were awarded to Isabel shepherds rink of Glenboro the oldest Debbie Strain of Carberry the youngest Leona Miller of Belmont first rink out Shirley Shore largest end and Doris Lumgair of Morden rink winning most games and not receiving a prize. Several door prizes were awarded at the banquet held in the legion Hall on Friday evening. Cash winners in the sweepstakes were Tony Fraser Atkins s. Foord Kelcey Coates Glen Otto Green Siggi storm Bjorson Daryl Bjorson Caithness and Georgina Anderson Kentner. The Bonspiel was played on three sheets of artificial ice and began on thursday evening january 27th with three draws. Curling began on Friday and saturday at 8 00 . Winding up with the 8 30 final draw on sunday evening. Glenboro ladies Bonspiel 1983, first event plans underway for 77th annual Bonspiel the 77th annual menus open Bonspiel in Glenboro will be held the weekends of february 10th to 13th and 17th to 20th. There is a thirty two rink limit in each weekend winners 1. To r. Roy Wallis of Wallis agencies presents trophies to Bev Atkins Kathi Furniss Barb Edwards Diane Dobson of Manitou. Vacation time Valley to become the Secretary treasurer of event Bonspiel. Club president Albert Hamil the . Of Portage la Prairie effective March 1st, 1983, the Board of trustees would like to convey a special vote erf thanks to or. Lamb for his efforts As Secretary treasurer during the past period of time. The Board we a be advertising for a Secretary treasurer immediately effective March 1st. Ton and his committee Are hard at work with preparations. There will be trophies and merchandise prizes in each event. Entries Are coming in quickly with More space available in the first half than the second. Entries May be left with Albert phone 827-2434. No paper february 9th amp 16th the Gazette will not be published pm february 9th and 16th, while the publisher is on holidays. The office will be open to accept news items and or advertisements for the february 23rd Issue. The Sears catalogue order office will be open As usual monday to Friday 9 00 . To 5 00

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