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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 08, 2015, Lethbridge, AlbertaInformation features amp news from across Southern Albert Hometown news Urban pair Ian antique mall i 407 2 Avenue South j openmon.-8fet.lou>-6pa j assign m e it be 0itor 403380 7595 or Emai i de i torn Letha i a Genera i d. Com Lethbridge Herald saturday August 8, 2015 Page a3 Herald photo by Uljana Martin f than moline., 13, carries his Little brother Brigham 5, As they try to navigate their Way through the Lethbridge Corn Maze Lethbridge com Maze great Way to lose yourself eight foot High com can present a Challenge Tijana Martin Lethbridge Herald t Quot those who Are looking to get lost ran head past Park Lake to try and make their Way through nine acres of com at the Lethbridge Corn Maze. Quot i h i s year t Here Are fou r d i Feren i mazes to walk through. In the past its usually been three a trivia Maze a big Maze and a kids Maze. This time arc it und he weve a t hey ave spa i 11 he b in Maze into two. The Corn is about eight feet High making it equally challenging for Hose who an Short and tall. There Are signs at the Entrance for All four mazes but no matter which one you walk t h Rou git t he Goa 1 ret a i n s t lie same to find your Way Hack to the Tower. The Corn Maze opened on july 25 a i d w i 11 Rem 11 n. O be n unt i 11 he last saturday of october. Every year the Maze helps raise funds for one organization and this time around they will be donating All the proceeds raised on t thanksgiving monday to the Ronald Mcdonald i Louse. Theo so Gerland owner of the Lethbridge Corn Maze noted while they do fundraiser for a different organization each year they be always supported. World vision. A every year right from the Start since 2000, we be been sponsoring anal View of Lethbridge c Orn Maze four children for world a the farm of course is open for the Public so people come out and we see the enjoy me tit they have so we get a Reward there. 1 he Community enjoys it and we want to give Back to the Community so that s one of the biggest reasons we like to sponsor different organizations. I his Way we can help other people out who might need some help As this is the 16th Corn Maze Slingerland has been a part of. Every year he creates a new design for the Maze making it new and exciting every season. A a in be always loved puzzling when i was Young and i still like puzzling i still do that for fun. I guess one Way or the other ended up making Corn photo submitted 111 Azes and i in j it it a doing that he said. I be s certainly not t lie on i \ one who loves puzzles and mazes. Year after year people attempt to make their Way through the Maze. They say Quot you better keep going. Don t quit because we really appreciate what you re doing and we love to come out Here 5lin.gerla.nd added. I hats Why we keep going. Its a great Reward to see people Conn and enjoy the Inaze and pelting zoo is open from 10am until 9 . Monday saturday in August time the fall the Maze will be open from 4 . Until b . Monday through t thursday and 10 . Until 9 . Friday and saturday until 1 work begins Lethbridge Herald construction began i thursday on a roundabout at t he i n t e r Sec Tion o f Garry drive West and Squamish Boulevard West /11 Highlands Boulevard West. To facilitate this construction a temporary Road has been constructed parallel to Garry drive West around the site. Squamish Boulevard West will remain open to Garry drive West via this temporary Road. The Section of Highlands Boulevard West Between Garry drive West and Highlands Road West will be closed to motorists. Detour signs Are in place to guide motorists through the construction zone. The City of Lethbridge is asking people to please follow the posted detours and drive with caution of the work zone this work is expected to be completed in six weeks. A ram photo % Titan Martin workers began the construction of roundabout at the1 intersection of Garry drive and Squamish Boulevard Highlands Boulevard West on thursday Chr atrium Entrance opens Lethbridge after being dosed for five months to allow for the installation of Utility lines for the redevelopment project the North atrium Entrance of c Chinook regional i Hospital reopened Friday at noon. Patients and visitors who use the Parade can once again walk directly into the Hospital. After-hours., from 8 . To 7 . Pedestrians will enter the Hospital through the emergency department de Entrance. Signage from the Parade will direct them to the proper de Entrance. As Well the expanded auxiliary building parking lot will reopen for Community Tab and Southern Alberta renal program patients. Work is also continuing on the driveway and parking area Between the North atrium and Parade an. Area which will remain closed to vehicles until the dining experiences abound Lor baseball fans a doubleheader is one of the re Ward s o f Summitt e r. T h Eye re a to n i q u e p a i of the game not something you d expect a during the football season or our Many months of hockey. But a. Doubleheader rest a rant ? now t a t c o u 1 d be a d be exclusive. And its open now in another uniquely i a t h b r id Glt i a n Dmark the former water Tower. The rogue is located immediately below hit s Grill and manager Brandon Boorsma says the family oriented facility is designed to complement the upscale eatery upstairs. With its a family he says the to g be i s a i of i n g f he t owe r t o o offer a cd i fee re n t d i n t n g e x. P e r i e no e s a a both with a wraparound View of the City. I he opening me no offers a modern americana fare he adds but he plans three menu and theme c h an be s t h Roug i t he year. Seen amp heard. Dave Mabel Dave Mabel it senior reporter on the Lethbridge Herald \ news lean hts column appears each saturday if you have an item of note please email a Genera id com i Cut a a quirk Inch the City Quot a downtown transit terminal was once unbeatable. The Eaton s department store offered a cozy cafeteria on the second floor both Wool Worth s and Kresge had Coffee counters i and the be i u rth Cor n e r w As h o m i t o a n a amp a restaurant. And just a few Steps away you could Dine at the fabled Marquis hotel. Today you la need to take a Little walk a four Corners but not a bite to eat. But that s expected toe h a n desc ion., i Quot h e former aka location Home to a. Variety of eateries Over the years most recently the red dog i finer will become Stella s diner. Well see if ii offers Quick to Quot go items for people naming for then bus. A a a St ill f t x it i n got i food Sou t h is d e res i Den t s w i 11 s i m111 s be the o p e Ninga it of t h e c try s set o n d Browns social House i he mayor Magrath drive location will complement the first i j n i be a site d r i be we St it it Ca t i o n opened a be a r ago b it jew n a with More 111 a n 40 Loe a 11 o n s Aero s s Western Lanada land Washington state b Egan in 2cm i 1 w i t h a is n g lest o re i n no it h \ Quot a net i Uve r. It s Fra n c 11 i s de 1 a t h b r i d get in e r s Are Dave and Lay Lachance. And Boston pizza founded about 50 years ago in , has been named As one of the first a11 act ions at the Crossings retail 1 Centre now rising on whoop up drive West. \ 11 Ico n Irwi Ste r n c a n and i a n. S Success St o by. Boston now has More than 365 franchised Loca to n s St ret c h i no from. We it horse and \ e 11 in a k n Ife across to St. J o h n Quot a. A. 1. A a a yes food is also available at three Public events throughout the City today. 1 lie first family event a a a fun n a y i n t h e pack Quot near senator Buchanan school will include police dog demonstrations vendors and of course a edibles i he event will run from i to 4 . Festival Square on 6 Street near 3 Avenue South w 111 be t h e Loe a t ion for a a a Waik o of a p rese n t de b v t he l Al he r i d be association of r m my unit y i. I v ing and the e a a Pogo Bro t he r so John and Roy Pogorzelski. A. Barbecue there from 4 to 6 ., will help raise funds for one o f t he a Salt in iat i ones Scho a is hips and the Gates will open at 4 . At the exhibition grandstand fora a demolition Derby dust up Quot with the first heat set for 5 d he Kinsmen club of Coaldale sponsors of the w Ell at tended demo Derby there Are organizers for this one As Well. A a a and capping off a great Day of eating is the food truck smack Down today from 11 .-7 . At and am s a r a 1302 9 ave. A. Feat u ring pure Power wrestling a tug of War tournament a Hotdog eating contest kids activities a Beer Garden. Food t r sucks and More. Admission is free for the event which is a fundraiser for the boys and girls club of Lethbridge Cash merchandise stolen in Early morning robbery Cardston an Early morning Friday saw Cash and merchandise taken from a Gas bar in cards t on. Ramp report unknown persons armed with a weapon victimized the towns fas Gas station. No one was injured during the robbery officers add. The Cardston detachment is now seeking the assistance of anyone who May have information about the incident. The detachment can be contacted at 403-653-4932, or a witness May Call the crime stoppers line 1-800-222-8477

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