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Grandview Exponent (Newspaper) - May 16, 1990, Grandview, Manitoba G i Slat a a Library or Manitoba govt. Need to coordinate efforts Plohmann a a serving the communities of the single copy Grandview amp Gilbert Plains exponent t Grandview Manitoba wednesday May 16th, 1990 vol. 90, no. 20 a a gals Dion Cir 70. Vaig he it. A Tonii f c. Of 0 Kyj 8 ramp investigating residential theft tourism ambassadors students from Grandview school got into the spirit of the celebrations on monday As ceremonies were held in front of the town office to kick off National tourism awareness week. The students handed out buttons to onlookers following the dignitaries remarks. A minor motor vehicle Accident in Gilbert Plains on May 1. Marvin Rempel of Gilbert Plains backed into Alex Hardy who was proceeding South on main St. When the Accident occurred. No injuries. There was approximately $1500 damage to Hardy a vehicle. Charges have been Laid. Grandview . Are investigating the theft of Lawn chairs ghetto blaster and wedding ring from the residence of Ron Basaraba. The theft occurred on May 5th or 6th. Anyone with information please Contact the Grandview . Gilbert Plains police report by Connie Chaloner there has to be More coordination Between the Federal and provincial govern ments and both should provide More leadership to individual communities in order to stimulate tourism according to Dauphin la John Lohman. Lohman made the comments in an interview in Grandview monday prior to taking part in ceremonies marking the Start of n National tourism awareness week celebrations Here. But Lohman also said tourism growth can come right from within our own Region. Besides developing More attractions we can learn More about our history and the origins of our communities he said. A we can spend some of our Money in our own areas and in our own businesses. A we can have a phenomenal growth on that basis he accused the Federal and provincial governments of taking a fragmented approach. The province Hasni to become involved in the Community futures program. And the Federal provincial tourism agreement Hasni to been renewed. A a that a a real there should be Federal assistance to encourage communities like Grandview to promote an idea like National tourism awareness week Lohman said. A they say there a a National tourism awareness week and there is no Money involved. Nothing. There has to be a a Federal provincial agreement is also necessary for the development of Duck Mountain provincial Park Lohman said an area which has vast potential for tourism. He said a priority should be the provision of Hydro service to sin gush and Blue lakes. But future development must be blended with nature in order to preserve the natural Beauty of the surround Ings he said. A it does no to have to mean mass Golf paddling horseback Riding and nature trails Are All examples of family oriented activities which Are relatively environment Friendly he added. In reference to a proposal by the Gilbert Plains game and fish association to dam the Valley River to create a Man made recreational Lake Lohman said a project of this magnitude would have to be studied very carefully to determine the positive and negative environmental impacts. But he added he would support any project that was environmentally Friendly Overall and which would stimulate the local Economy. Wednesday Cloudy with showers isolated Thunder showers winds new at 30 High 12 Chance of precipitation 80% weather forecast compiled by the Dauphin weather office thursday mostly Cloudy Chance of showers 40% High 13 Low 1 Friday and saturday mostly sunny High 20 Low 3 Chance of precipitation 30% Normal temperatures for this time of year High 17 Low 3

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