60th Anniversary

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60th Anniversary
January 2013
Mayor Larry Oakden
Congratulates
Red & Ruth McConnell
on the occasion of their
60th Anniversary
on behalf of the
Town and RM of Hamiota
Continued Health & Happiness!
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January 2013
Hamiota Minor Hockey
recently presented a cheque to
representatives of the Hamiota &
District Sports Complex in the
amount of $35,109.39, the net
profit realized from the Sports
Dinner held this past October.
The original idea for the dinner
was to raise money in order to aid
in the maintenance and operation
of the 20 year old facility.
The 305 guests enjoyed a roast
beef supper, and were entertained
Tom Mollard and Jerry Crampain, President and Secretary HDSC
by comedian Kelly Taylor, whose
humor was fitting for a rural Manitoba town. The evening continued with renowned sports broadcaster Rod Black.
Rod entertained the crowd, somewhat of a comedian himself, but ultimately the message he delivered was about the power
to believe, in sport or life in general. Raffles and a silent auction followed and the evening concluded with a live auction,
selling off items from chemical to patio furniture to autographed jerseys.
Left to Right: Terry McNabb & Duane Kent, current & past Presidents of Hamiota Minor Hockey;
The Sports Dinner Committee would like to send a huge thank you out to all of the sponsors, supporters and workers of the
event. Sponsorship was given in the way of cash and in kind along with donated items and product, which were then used for
the raffle and auctions. The meal was provided by the Sports Complex, prepared by dedicated community members and
served with the assistance of students from Hamiota Collegiate. Students also assisted with selling raffle tickets and
escorting guests to their tables.
Thank You also to the families of the committee members who pitched in whenever needed!
Lastly, Thank You to the community and surrounding friends that attended.
It was fantastic to see such support for our Complex and greatly appreciated!
…………...submitted by the Sports Dinner Committee
Hamiota & District Sports Complex
Public Skating Schedule
Regular Times Sundays: 6pm to 8pm
Tuesdays: 6:30pm to 7:30pm
Fridays: 5:30pm to 6:30pm
Adult Skate - Tuesdays & Thursdays 10am to Noon
Pre-School & Kindergarten Skate - Mondays 9am to 10am
SEASON SKATING FEES
Family $100
Adult $50 Student $30 Single Skate $3
Pre-School FREE!
Kindly pay your skating fees prior to proceeding onto the ice for skating.
January 2013
Shop Hamiota This Christmas
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The Chamber Bucks Winners:
December 7th $75
Lee Ann Haggarty
December 14th $75
Florence Strachan
December 21st $100 Lori Heapy
Seniors’ Eye Charts…..Answers to December Issue
IF ONLY I HAD
NOW THAT I HAVE
MY GLASSES I
BENT ALL THE
COULD READ WHAT
WAY OVER, I
THIS SAYS
0N THE
BUT FOR NOW
BRIGHT SIDE
I WILL JUST
MY HEATING BILLS
WONDER IF THERE’S
ANYTHING ELSE I
SMILE AND NOD ! HAVE GONE DOWN
SINCE I STARTED
HAVING THESE
HOT FLASHES !
Did you get your Grandkids to help??
SHOULD PICK UP
WHILE I’M DOWN
HERE !
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January 2013
January 2013
Weed Notes ……….by Sid Lewis
Public Notices
1)
Notice is hereby given that the Rural Municipalities of Blanshard, Daly, Hamiota, Woodworth, and the
Communities, including the Town of Hamiota, within their boundaries intend to conduct the following
Pest Control Program in 2013:
To control weeds and insects within the Midwest Weed District commencing
May 1 to October 15, 2013.
The pesticides to be used are:
VANQUISH / 2,4-D AMINE 600 / Tordon 22K / GLYSOPHATE
TRILLION-P / MILESTONE / Garlon XRT / Amitrol 240
2)
To control weeds and insects on nuisance grounds, cemeteries, and boulevards, etc. in all town limits
within the said weed district including Town of Hamiota limits.
The public may send written submissions of objections within 15 days of this
publication notice to:
Manitoba Conservation
Pesticide/ Fertilizer Section
Suite 160, 123 Main St.,
Winnipeg, MB
R3C 1A5
Sid Lewis is the Supervisor for the Midwest Weed District and can be reached at 764-2128
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January 2013
Cornerstone Family Worship Centre - CFWC
A Moment for Families with Pastor Orland Usick Strengthening your children’s prayer life…
Parents want the best for their kids and in the Bible there is a promise that shows that this is God’s desire as
well. Isaiah 54:13 says, “ All your children will be taught by the Lord, and great will be their peace.”
Our children can learn to listen to the voice of the Lord through prayer. Praying is not only talking to God, but it
can also be done by singing, dancing, drawing, painting or even playing a musical instrument or even sports. As
well you can teach your children that God will listen to anything.
If it is a concern to you!..... then it is a concern to Him!!
You can also pray anytime, anywhere out loud or quietly. You can call out to God when you are anxious or scared.
Reading the Bible is also prayer. People may ask “when should I pray?” The Bible says very clearly that we should
pray always! Philippians 4:4-7 in the Bible says; 4 Rejoice in the Lord always. I will say it again: Rejoice! 5 Let your
gentleness be evident to all. The Lord is near. 6 Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer
and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. 7 And the peace of God, which transcends all
understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. What a great promise of peace that God’s
presence brings in the many difficult moments of life. Lord Bless you this month.
Coming Events
Youth Every Monday afterschool. This month we are talking about ‘Promises’. Senior Youth Small Group meets
the first Friday of every month at Pastor Nathan’s.
Thursday March 28. Don’t miss this world class event in Hamiota Hosted by CFWC.
Watoto Children’s Choirs have travelled internationally since 1994 as advocates
for the estimated 50 million children in Africa, orphaned as a result of HIV/AIDS, war,
poverty and disease. Accompanied by a team of adults, the choir presents Watoto’s
vision and mission through their stories, music and dance. Watoto choirs act as
ambassadors to raise awareness about the plight of the orphaned and vulnerable
children of Africa.
Past Events
On January 3rd the youth from CFWC
enjoyed and entire evening of fun, food and
movies. At 3am there was a Silly String
War at our Youth “Adrenaline All-Nighter”
They also travelled to Brandon for an
evening swim at the Sportsplex, shopping
and Lazer Tag. Almost everyone stayed
awake, and everyone went home weary but
a great time was had by all!!
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Call Pastor Nathan or Pastor Orland at 764-2648 for more info or to register.
Sunday morning celebration service 10:30 AM
Youth Monday right after school
Remember to visit our website at www.cornerstonefamily.ca to find out more information
January 2013
January: 2-31 Gallery
Oil Paintings by Kathy Skelton, Virden
HAC
February: 1-28 Gallery
Florence McBride, Gladstone “Family Dynamics”
HAC
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Scottish Ceilidh - An Evening of Music and Song
HAC
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HAC: Heritage Arts Centre
HEDC’s Tote Bag
To promote Hamiota the HEDC Board
is providing this attractive tote bag to
Hamiota Committees and non-profit
organizations.
This is to be only used for Door Prizes,
and Awards, and restricted to one per
event.
When you see this bag you will know
that the person has been recognized for
their service to the community
Contact the EDO at 764 3050 ext 107
or e-mail [email protected]
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January 2013
2012 Mall in the Hall Results
First to start off, I have to give a big thanks to Wanda and Earl Brewer; Gail, Jason and Tammy Pope; Jan Kirkpatrick for helping
with the set up/down and also, with the organization of the day. Thanks a bunch!
The Grads and French Group did a wonderful job with the lunch!
Profit went (will be going yearly) to Hamiota and District Palliative Care Unit.
-Communities
helping Communities-
Because of that lovely weather we had, this year is planned for October 6 th at the Sports Complex – Curling side.
Now with that said, “Get
your Imagination working” to sell what you like to do for this year!
Shchaslyvoho Rizdva i Novoho roku!! - Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!!
…………………………………….submitted by Mary-Ann Knight
The Town of Hamiota Municipal Office
Open Monday to Friday 8:30AM to 4:30PM
Closed 12:00PM to 1:00PM
Hamiota Municipal Building
Box 100
75 Maple Avenue
Hamiota Manitoba
Canada
R0M 0T0
Town Council Meetings are held on the first and third
Wednesdays at 7:00PM.
Rural Municipal Meetings are held on the second
Wednesday at 9:00AM
Phone:764-3050 Fax:764-3055 e-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.hamiota.com
Winter
Landfill
Hours
Tues & Thurs
1pm - 5pm
Saturday
10am - 4pm
Funded by the Town and Rural Municipality of Hamiota the
Hamiota Leader Newsletter is published by the
Hamiota Economic Development Corporation.
To submit your announcement, or news item
This Newsletter is also
on our Home Page
www.Hamiota.com
Tell out-of-town friends & relatives
please contact the Economic Development Officer (EDO) at
Box 100 Hamiota MB R0M 0T0 or Tel: 1 204 764 3050 ext 107 or Fax 1 204 764 3055
or
e-mail: [email protected] by Noon on the 10th of every month

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