30A - Athabasca Advocate, Tuesday, January 13, 2015 www.athabascaadvocate.com Advocate The Athabasca Classifieds Notice to Notice to Creditors & Creditors & Claimants Claimants Estate of Raymond TEddy wEngER who died on January 7, 2015. If you have a claim against this estate, you must file your claim by the Febuary 13, 2015, and provide details of your claim with: Estate of John duma who died on december 1, 2014. If you have a claim against this estate, you must file your claim by the March 3, 2015, and provide details of your claim with: Marilyn Wenger Box 81, Boyle AB T0A 0M0 Steven L. Shavers at: SGB Law LLP 102, 10126 - 97 Avenue Grande Prairie, Alberta T8V 7X6 If you do not file by the date above, the estate property can lawfully be distributed without regard to any claim you may have. If you do not file by the date above, the estate property can lawfully be distributed without regard to any claim you may have. MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF OPPORTUNITY No.17 PROPERTY TAX 2015 PRE-PAYMENT PLAN All landowners within the hamlet boundaries of the municipality have an opportunity to pre-pay property taxes on a monthly basis. Landowners may enter into a Pre-payment Plan to provide for the payment of property taxes in twelve (12) equal monthly payments from January to December in any year. The Plan shall commence on January 1 of each year provided that all property taxes, local improvement taxes, tax arrears and penalties are fully paid on or before December 31st of the preceding year. The opportunity to join the plan will be open January 1st to January 31st inclusive of each year. There are three payment options to choose from: 1. By submitting 12 post-dated cheques for the year 2. By paying once a month by the first week of every month by cash, money order, telephone banking, credit card – Mastercard or Visa 3. By automatic debit from bank account on the 15th of every month (a consent form and a “void” cheque will be required). The monthly amount will be determined by dividing the preceding year’s tax levy by twelve (12). The difference between the taxes levied for the current year and the total of the 12 installments authorized under the plan shall be due by the end of the year. Here is an example: Previous year’s taxes = $400 Current year’s taxes = $425 Difference = $ 25 (a payment of $25 in addition to the monthly amount is due). Annual General Meeting January 20, 2015 CNR Train Station 2nd Floor Pot Luck 6:00 pm, AGM 7:00 pm Your tax account shall not be subject to penalty charges provided that all payments are paid by end of the year. MeetinG You are invited to attend the Potluck starts at 6:30 P.m. aGm to follow. Provincial Building, lower Boardroom AFGA: Ensuring more habitat, fish, & wildlife resources for the use & enjoyment of all Albertans. Sells Out on newsstands! Don’t miss out on your paper! Call today to start an annual subscription! 780-675-9222 For further information, please contact Assessment & Taxation at the Wabasca office at (780) 891-3778. ATTENTION CONSERVATIVE MEMBERS FridAy, JAnuAry 16, 2015 This Newspaper An application form can be picked up at any M.D. Office - Calling Lake, Red Earth Creek or Wabasca. The deadline to apply is January 31 of each year. AthAbAscA Fish & GAme AssociAtion AnnuAl GenerAl CAUTION! Lakeland Electoral District Association’s Annual General Meeting ~ Saturday, January 31st, 2015 ~ All members of the Conservative Party of Canada and interested persons are invited to attend. Membership may be purchased at the door for $15 and Board of Director nominations will be taken from the floor. Only persons with a valid membership for the previous 21 days will be eligible to vote. Doors open at 1:30 p.m. Meeting will commence at 2:00 p.m. Become a member today and be a voice in preserving our hunting and fishing heritage. Location: Centennial Senior Citizen’s Centre, 5114-49 Street, St. Paul For more info contact Lois @ 780-675-4187 Coffee & refreshments will be served SINGLE WHITE SPACE seeking creative ad for long term relationship CALL US TO BOOK THIS SPACE TODAY! Athabasca Advocate, Tuesday, January 13, 2015 - 31A PLACING AN ANNOUNCEMENT: Memoriams and Thank You’s are $35.00 plus GST. Pictures are an additional $10. Obituaries are $70.00 plus GST or $80.00 plus GST with picture and can be dropped off at the Advocate office, faxed to 675-3143 or phoned in to 675-9222. Longer announcements may be subject to an additional charge. Announcements must be pre-paid. To protect against errors, please make sure submitted copy is either typed or printed in a legible fashion. 100. Obituaries FARRELL, Margaret January 27, 1930 - January 6, 2015 It is with great sadness that the family of Margaret Farrell announces her passing at the age of 84. She will be lovingly remembered by her children, Bruce (Louise), Brian (Nisha), Grace (Andy) and Garth (Bernadine); and grandchildren, Adam (Sheila), Erin (Alex), Colin, Jonathon, Erica (Tyler), Robert (Penny), Sean, Steven (Rachelle), Rebecca and Sam; as well as great-grandchildren, Hannah, Alice, Parker and Amelia. Margaret was predeceased by her husband of 42 years, Bus, her parents John and Alma Holliday and brothers George and John. The family wishes to thank the many wonderful staff who cared for Margaret over the last couple of months. A Memorial Service will be held at 1:00 pm Monday, January 12, 2015 at the Athabasca Missionary Church in Athabasca, AB. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the charity of one’s choice. Margaret’s care entrusted to Strome Memorial & Funeral Services Ltd 780-675-9801 Memorial Tributes www.stromememorial.ca 100. 100. Obituaries Wenger, Raymond Teddy (Ted) Raymond Teddy Wenger (Ted) lost his short battle with cancer at the age of 79 years. He leaves behind his wife and best friend of 60 years Marilyn. He also leaves behind his children Cindy (Richard), Gary (Darlene), Allen, Darryl (Deanna), Janice (Patrick). 10 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren. The family would like to thank Dr. Fourie, Dr. Doman, Dr. Lefebvre and Dr. J. Cooney as well as the staff at the Boyle Healthcare Centre. Cremation has taken place and a private memorial service will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Boyle Healthcare Centre or the Boyle Seniors Centre. Athabasca Community Chapel Dale Kapitaniuk - Funeral Director in care of arrangements. (780)-675-3996 110. In Memoriam 110. In Memoriam In Loving Memory of Pearl Bower who passed away January 8, 2013. Greatly missed by her children Derek, Linda, Tim, Lyla, Sherri and their familie and her sisters Till & Nola. 180. Thank You THANK YOU! The family of Elizabeth (Betty) Hussynec would like to thank the folllowing: The Boyle Hospital staff for the excellent care, the Wild Rose Villa staff & residents, Diane & the other volunteers who prepared the wonderful meal after mom’s service. Faye Stocki, Raymond Ulliac, Marlene Ulliac, Aline & Jean-Paul Gauthier for the beautiful music. The staff at the Athabasca Community Chapel & all of moms special friends. 180. Thank You THANK YOU! I would like to thank everyone that came out to help me celebrate my 75th Birthday, a special thanks to David & Brenda’s families for arranging it all. Henry Baker 180. Thank You Thank You The family of Mary Pylypiuk would like to sincerely thank everyone for all their prayers, support and kindness, both written and spoken during this difficult time. Also for the flowers, phone calls, food, cards and donations. Thank you to the nursing staff and doctors at Athabasca Hospital for your caring and compassion during Mom’s very brief stay. To the staff at Pleasant Valley Lodge for creating such a wonderful place for Mom to live these last few years. To Pastor Al Plat for the lovely service and Reverend Marty Hays for the music. To Katherine Nelson and her ladies for the wonderful lunch and the Missionary Church for the use of their space. To Amy, Brittney and Lacey for reading the eulogy and Lyndsey for the beautiful song at the service, as well as to the six grandchildren who were her pallbearers. We know it was hard but you all did so well and made your Gramma proud. And to Dale and Natasha from the Athabasca Community Chapel for all your guidance and support. To everyone out there, who we may have missed, thankyou from all of us. John & Sheila Gordon & Joanne Doreen & Darren Jean & Bill Dianne & George Debbie & Barney & Families 190. Announcements 190. Announcements Happy 69th Anniversary to the special couple! Take a closer look at your community Stan & Mary Tarrant January 3, 2015 Love from your family! STROME MEMORIAL & FUNERAL SERVICES LTD. ily Our Family...Honouring Your Fam Locally owned and operated by Harvey & Patti-Lynn Strome. * Alberta Funeral Service Association Member * Alberta Funeral Service Regulatory Board Approved Obituaries 780-675-9801 Funeral Directors Email: [email protected] www.stromememorial.ca In Loving Memory of Carol Wolak June 8, 1962 - January 15, 2010 Richard John W. Stepaniuk June 3,1945 - January 5, 2015 From Boyle, Alberta It is with deep sorrow we announce the passing of our Brother, Uncle, Great Uncle, Nephew & Cousin. He leaves to mourn, Brothers: Paul [Christine] Gray of Thorsby, Leonard [Martha] Stepanuk of Ft. McMurray & Sister Joyce [Carl] Holst of Edmonton. Nieces: Bonnie [Norm] Kuzyk of Edmonton, Corrin [Lloyd] R e e s o f F t . M c M u r r a y. Nephews: Glen [Diana] Holst of Hamilton, Ian [Tracy] Stepanuk of Colinton, Andrew [Natasha] Stepanuk of Ft. McMurray. Six Great Nieces, Eight Great Nephews & numerous Cousins. Uncle Frank [Evelyn] Gray of Barrhead, Aunts: Jeanne Germain of Tolsti, Manitoba & Rose Maxim of Billingham, Washington. Predeceased by Paternal & Maternal Grandparents, Parents William & Ellen Stepaniuk & Brother Don Stepaniuk. The Family would like to extend their special thanks to Dr. Fourie and the Staff of Boyle Health Care Centre who cared for Richard in his final days. No Funeral will be held at Richards request and Cremation has taken place. So many things have happened since you were called away, so many things to share with you, had you been left to stay. Everyday in some small way though absent, you are ever near. Still missed, loved & always dear. Forever in our hearts, Kostyk & Wolak Families. 110. In Memoriam Helen Kryvenchuk Sept 28, 1907 - Jan 15, 1998 Loving and kind in all her ways, Upright and just to the end of her days; Sincere and true, in her heart and mind. Beautiful memories left behind. Lovingly remembered and sadly missed, Kryvenchuk & Family 110. In Memoriam In loving memory of beloved Husband & Father John Gora & Darlene (Joe) precious daughter & sister. Two bright stars are shining above; showering us with eternal love, that we meet again as we cross the bar, your heavenly presence is not too far. Forever loving & missing you June, (Wife & Mother) Gary, Debbie & their families. ••••••••••••••• Happy 80th Birthday to Annie Kowalchuk January 19, 2015 from her family with love! JEFFREY BEAVER Passed December 29, 2014 • 49 years old ••••••••••••••• MARGARET FARRELL Amber VAlley Community AssoCiAtion Passed January 6, 2015 • 84 years old AnnuAl GenerAl meetinG Tuesday, January 20th at 7:00 p.m. Meeting to take place at the hall Only active members who have renewed membership by December 31, 2014 will be able to vote at the AGM. For information call Gill 780-675-3490 A friendly environment for your Ad. Advocate The Athabasca ATHABASCA COMMUNITY CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS Independently Owned by Dale and Natasha Kapitaniuk 3403 - 48 Ave. Athabasca, AB T9S 1M7 Ph: 780-675-3996 Fax: 780-675-1818 • Monuments • Pre-Arranged Funeral Plans • Cremation Services Available 32A - Athabasca Advocate, Tuesday, January 13, 2015 COMING EVENTS Brought to you by: January 9 - Pubstumpers Season 7 STARTS!! Come and join us at the Athabasca Legion – stretch your grey matter, no team, no problem - we will accommodate all!! Free event, open to everyone!!! 7 pm sharp, dinner available for purchase $7.00. Fun, door prizes, 50/50 draw - come and see what it’s all about. Call 780-675-2173 for more details January 12 – Bingo! @ Newbrook Ag Society Community Hall @ 7pm Bonanza $1040.00 in 52 #’s, Loonie Pot # 1 $72.00 +, Loonie Pot # 2 $371.00 + January 16 – Athabasca Fish & Game Annual general Meeting & Pot Luck @ Provincial Building Lower Boardroom. Pot Luck @ 6:30pm Meeting to follow. All welcome! For more info call Dianna 780-698-2327 January 16 - at the Athabasca Legion Pubstumpers !! Come and join us - stretch your grey matter, no team, no problem - we will accommodate all !! Free event, open to everyone !!! 7 pm sharp start, dinner available for purchase $7.00. Fun, door prizes, 50/50 draw - come and see what it’s all about. Call 780-675-2173 for more details January 17 – Athabasca Legion – Meat Draw and Beat the Deck – starts at 4:00 pm – open to all – come on down and see if lady luck smiles on you January 18 – Community Hymn Sing “Plus” All Saints Anglican Church @ 12:30 pm Everyone welcome! January 20 - Bingo sponsored by Rochester Ag Society, at Rochester Community Hall. Doors open at 6:00, bingo starts at 7:00. Go-Go’s, Half The House, Bonanza, Odd & Even and more. 50/50 draw and door prizes. Everyone welcome. January 20 - Science Outreach – Athabasca presents Muskeg Creek Trail Through the Seasons with Dr. Roland Treu in Athabasca University Governing Council Chambers from 7:00 to 8:00 PM. Refreshments will be available after this presentation. Admission is free. Door Prizes! Like us on Facebook. For more information visit our website at scienceoutreach.ab.ca. January 21 – Bingo! @ Atmore Community Hall, doors open @ 6:30pm, Bingo starts @ 7:30pm Jackpot $485.00 in 53 #’s. Loonie Ball & Nevadas available. January 23 - at the Athabasca Legion Pubstumpers !! Come and join us - stretch your grey matter, no team, no problem - we will accommodate all !! Free event, open to everyone !!! 7 pm sharp start, dinner available for purchase $7.00. Fun, door prizes, 50/50 draw - come and see what it’s all about. Call 780-675-2173 for more details January 24 – Farmer’s Market @ Multiplex field house 11:00-3:00pm January 24 – Athabasca Legion – Meat Draw and Beat the Deck – starts at 4:00 pm – open to all – come on down and see if lady luck smiles on you January 27 – Athabasca Legion - Monthly general meeting - members only, doors open at 6:30, meeting starts at 7:00 pm. Please attend and contribute to the future of your Branch. January 27 - Breakfast at the Athabasca Senior’s Drop-in Center 7:30-10:00 am. Price $7.00. Pancakes, eggs, sausage, ham, strawberry & syrup toppings, coffee & juice. Everybody welcome. Sponsored by the Athabasca & District Senior Citizens Society. January 28 – Annual General Meeting of the Athabasca Healthcare Centre Auxiliary Association at the AHC, Ruth King room (basement) at 0930 am. New members always welcome. January 30 - at the Athabasca Legion Pubstumpers !! Come and join us - stretch your grey matter, no team, no problem - we will accommodate all !! Free event, open to everyone !!! 7 pm sharp start, dinner available for purchase $7.00. Fun, door prizes, 50/50 draw - come and see what it’s all about. Call 780-675-2173 for more details January 31 - at the Athabasca Legion 7pm – 1:00 am – the 1st annual BEAT THE BLUES Swing Dance – upper level - live music by The Swing Cats Orchestra – dancing, finger foods, prizes, 50/50 draw – a GREAT night of fun !!! Tickets are $15 per person for Legion members, $18 per person for non-members – open to all – come & help us celebrate the first event honoring the Legions 85th Anniversary in Athabasca!!! Call 780-675-2173 for more details or to reserve tickets January 31 – Athabasca Legion – Meat Draw and Beat the Deck – starts at 4:00 pm – open to all – come on down and see if lady luck smiles on you February 3 - Bingo sponsored by Rochester Ag Society, at Rochester Community Hall. Doors open at 6:00, bingo starts at 7:00. Go-Go’s, Half The House, Bonanza, Odd & Even and more. 50/50 draw and door prizes. Everyone welcome. February 09-12 – Quilting for Humanity Society is holding its regular quilting days from 9:30am to 5pmin the basement of The Canadian Legion. Stop in for coffee or to help us make quilts! February 13 – Athabasca Fish & Game Annual Horn Soring & Sportsman Swap Meet from 4pm – 9pm @ Senior’s Drop in centre. Deadline for all 2014 big game bird & fish entries & wildlife photo contest entries. To book a table or for info call Dianna 780-698-2327 February 14 - Farmer’s Market @ Multiplex field house 11:00-3:00pm February 17 - Bingo sponsored by Rochester Ag Society at Rochester Community Hall Doors open at 6:00 bingo starts 7:00. Go-Go’s, Half the House, Bonanza, Odd and Even and more. 50/50 draw and door prizes. Everyone welcome. February 24 – Athabasca Legion - Monthly general meeting - members only, doors open at 6:30, meeting starts at 7:00 pm. Please attend and contribute to the future of your Branch. February 28 - Farmer’s Market @ Multiplex field house 11:00-3:00pm March 2-15 – Quilting for Humanity Society is holding its regular quilting days from 9:30am to 5pmin the basement of The Canadian Legion. Stop in for coffee or to help us make quilts! March 3 - Bingo sponsored by Rochester Ag Society, at Rochester Community Hall. Doors open at 6:00, bingo starts at 7:00. Go-Go’s, Half The House, Bonanza, Odd & Even and more. 50/50 draw and door prizes. Everyone welcome. March 06 – World Day of Prayer Celebration @ 7pm Hosted by St. Gabriel’s Roman Catholic Church. For more information please contact: Rita Fertig @ 780-675-2846 Everyone welcome! March 14 – Farmer’s Market @ Multiplex field house 11:00-3:00pm March 17 - Bingo sponsored by Rochester Ag Society, at Rochester Community Hall. Doors open at 6:00, bingo starts at 7:00. Go-Go’s, Half The House, Bonanza, Odd & Even and more. 50/50 draw and door prizes. Everyone welcome. March 24 – Athabasca Legion - Monthly general meeting - members only, doors open at 6:30, meeting starts at 7:00 pm. Please attend and contribute to the future of your Branch. March 28 – Farmer’s Market @ Multiplex field house 11:00-3:00pm March 31 - Bingo sponsored by Rochester Ag Society, at Rochester Community Hall. Doors open at 6:00, bingo starts at 7:00. Go-Go’s, Half The House, Bonanza, Odd & Even and more. 50/50 draw and door prizes. Everyone welcome. April 13-16 – Quilting for Humanity Society is holding its regular quilting days from 9:30am to 5pmin the basement of The Canadian Legion. Stop in for coffee or to help us make quilts! April 14 - Bingo sponsored by Rochester Ag Society, at Rochester Community Hall. Doors open at 6:00, bingo starts at 7:00. Go-Go’s, Half The House, Bonanza, Odd & Even and more. 50/50 draw and door prizes. Everyone welcome. April 28 - Bingo sponsored by Rochester Ag Society, at Rochester Community Hall. Doors open at 6:00, bingo starts at 7:00. Go-Go’s, Half The House, Bonanza, Odd & Even and more. 50/50 draw and door prizes. Everyone welcome. May 04-07 - Quilting for Humanity Society is holding its regular quilting days from 9:30am to 5pmin the basement of The Canadian Legion. Stop in for coffee or to help us make quilts! May 12 - Bingo sponsored by Rochester Ag Society, at Rochester Community Hall. Doors open at 6:00, bingo starts at 7:00. Go-Go’s, Half The House, Bonanza, Odd & Even and more. 50/50 draw and door prizes. Everyone welcome. May 26 - Bingo sponsored by Rochester Ag Society, at Rochester Community Hall. Doors open at 6:00, bingo starts at 7:00. Go-Go’s, Half The House, Bonanza, Odd & Even and more. 50/50 draw and door prizes. Everyone welcome. May 29 - Farmer’s Market @ Multiplex field house 11:00-3:00pm June 9 - Bingo sponsored by Rochester Ag Society, at Rochester Community Hall. Doors open at 6:00, bingo starts at 7:00. Go-Go’s, Half The House, Bonanza, Odd & Even and more. 50/50 draw and door prizes. Everyone welcome. June 23 - Bingo sponsored by Rochester Ag Society, at Rochester Community Hall. Doors open at 6:00, bingo starts at 7:00. Go-Go’s, Half The House, Bonanza, Odd & Even and more. 50/50 draw and door prizes. Everyone welcome. AA Meetings – Athabasca – Thursdays at 8 pm. United Church basement, open meetings last Thursday of the month. Contact Grant 780675-5665. Women’s Willingness in Sobriety, Mondays at 7 pm at The United Church. AA Meetings – Boyle – Wednesdays at 8 pm. Anglican Church. AA Meetings - Calling Lake - Thursdays at 8 p.m. in the Community Complex. AA Meetings - Lac La Biche - Thursdays at 7 pm at the Native Friendship Centre Addiction Meetings - non 12 Step. SMART Recovery on line. www.smartrecovery.org For more information contact Stuart 780-675-3682 Al-Anon – Athabasca - Meetings Thursdays at 8 p.m., United Church, upstairs. Al-Anon - Boyle - Wednesdays at 8 p.m., St. Alphonsus Church, left rectory door. Call Lori at 780-689-2844. Al-Anon Meetings - Westlock - Tuesdays 1:30 p.m. & Friday 8 p.m. Trinity Lutheran Centre. Alice B. Donahue Library and Archives - Board Meetings 2nd Thursday each month (except July & August) at 5 p.m. in the Archives. Alice B Donahue Library & Archives is offering Story Time every Friday at 10:30 a.m. for more information please call 780-675-2735. All Saints Anglican Church offers Sunday School Classes. Come as a family & join us. Services at 10:30 a.m. Please join us for lunch & fellowship after the service. Everyone welcome. For more information call Delores @ 780-675-2880 Amber Valley ”Music Jam” every 2nd Saturday of the month, concession available from 5-9 and 50/50’s (except June, July, August and September). Amber Valley Hall - Available for rent, upgraded ticketed kitchen, lots of water, playground, ball diamonds, and lots of parking. For reservations call Lucia at 780-675-1820 or Marion 780-675-4395 Aspen Ridge Christian Fellowship Services Sunday 10 a.m. Sunday School provided. All are welcome. For more information call 780-675-2695. Athabasca & Area FCSS - Family & Community Support Services, serving the surrounding communities of Athabasca, offering various services such as counselling, Seniors Advocate, meals on wheels, mentorship, family support, babysitter safety course, parenting support, family resource library etc, supported by County of Athabasca, Town of Athabasca, Village of Boyle & Summer Villages of Mewatha Beach, Sunset Beach, volunteers welcomed call Athabasca 780-675-2623. Athabasca Breast Cancer Support Group meets second Tuesday of the month, 7 p.m. at the Whispering Hills Primary School. For more information, call Madena at 780-675-9232. Athabasca Community Handbell Ringers practices Saturdays 10:00 am at Athabasca United Church, 4817 48 St, Athabasca. New ringers welcome. For more information, call Monica Rosborough at 780-675-7787 or email [email protected] Athabasca & District Music Festival next meeting November 19, 2014 @ 1:00pm Turnabout Avenue Place 5412-50 Ave. Call Ida 780-675-4524 email: [email protected] Athabasca & District Seniors Society - Stop by for a visit and coffee. Pancake Breakfast the last Tuesday of every month from 7:30 to 10 a.m. Bingo the first, third, and fifth MONDAY of each month, 7 p.m. Crib Social the second, fourth, and fifth Thursday of each month. Contract Bridge & Canasta every Tuesday, starts on September 13. Athabasca Farmers’ Market at the Multiplex, 11 am - 3 pm. Tables of: Honey, Meats, Chickens, Sausages, Eggs, Pies, Cakes, Breads, Pickles, Kettle Korn, Cotton Candy, Chocolates, Woodcrafts, Hats, Baby-Wear, Cards, Jewellery, Soaps, Crafts & Much More. Vendors Call 780-675-4398 Contact us at: athabascafarmersmarket.com twitter: @athabascafm facebook or email [email protected] Athabasca Fish & Game Assoc. meetings held at 7 pm on the 2nd Wed. of the month from September to May, inclusive, at the Prov. Bldg lower boardroom. Call Dianna 780-698-2327 for additional information. Athabasca Garden Club meets the 3rd Tuesday of every month. Pot luck and meeting. Contact Lynne at 780-675-5380. Athabasca Heritage Society Meetings on the 2nd Monday of the month at 7 p.m., Location: upstairs at the Train Station. Athabasca Landing Toastmasters meet every Wednesday from 7:30 to 9:30 at Turnabout Avenue Place, 5412 - 50th Ave, Athabasca, from September to June excluding holidays. Contact info: Doug Kariel at 780-675-5099 Athabasca Lions Club Meeting 1st and 3rd Thursday 7:30 p.m., at the Athabasca Senior Center. Everyone welcome. Athabasca Native Friendship Centre – Friday Luncheon from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm at the Friendship Centre. Stew, Soup, Bannock or Bread, $5.00/person. Take-out available. Call the Friendship Centre for more info at 780-675-3086. Athabasca Native Friendship Centre is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-Fri. The Riddle Store is open from Mon-noon to 4:30 p.m. and Tues-Fri 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Volunteers are welcome. Please donate your gently used clothing and small household items to the store. Athabasca Native Friendship Centre Weekly Soup & Bannock is starting once again with Chili & a Bun. Fridays 11:30AM - 1:30PM. Cost is $5.00. Menu will change weekly. Takeout available. Call 780-675-3086. Athabasca Poetry Support Group - meets every 2nd Wednesday, for more information call 780-675-1860. Athabasca Pottery Club – September 17 – AGM at 7 pm; September 24. Registration Night at 7 pm; classes begin October 1 Wed. eve or October 2 Thurs afternoon. Athabasca Quilt Guild - meet the 1st Thursday of each month in the Art Room at LTIS, Sept. June at 6:30 pm. New members welcome. Athabasca Recreational Trails Association (Athabasca Landing / Peace River Trails) Meetings will be held the 3rd Thursday of each month, and for questions, people should call Leanne at (780)213-0125. Athabasca Reformed Congregation 5310 – 47 Ave, (Old Pleasant Valley Lodge). Worship Service at 10:30 a.m. Sunday morning, all are welcome. Visit our website at: http://arc.rcachurches.org Athabasca River Runners Snowmobile Club – meetings every 2nd Wednesday of the month from October - April at 7:30 pm at the Club House 1 mile west of Athabasca. Call Dave @ 780-675-3229 Athabasca Royal Canadian Legion #103 – 2015 marks the 85th Year we have been serving Veterans and the community of Athabasca - Open Wed. - Fri. 4pm - til close, Saturdays 2 pm - til close. Every Saturday - Meat Draw and Beat the Deck starting at 4:00pm. Pubstumpers every Friday night at 7:00 p.m. Members’ General Meetings held on 4th Tuesday of each month. Become a member today. Call 780-6752173 or visit:athabasca.infomall.ca/legion103 Athabasca United Church meets Sundays 10:30 a.m. at 4817 48 Street (across from the Senior’s Centre). Call (780)675-2341, or email secretary. [email protected] Check out our “Athabasca United Church” Facebook page! We’re still open, sorry for the construction mess. Athabasca Weightlifting Club – Practices at the Multiplex; Monday & Thursday at 6:30 p.m. & 10 a.m. Saturday. Call Michael at 780-675-7155 for more information or visit www.athabascaweightlifting.webs.com ATRA - Alberta Trail Riding Association invites you to come out to our meetings (Sept-Apr) on the 3rd Thursday at 7 at Kirk United Church, 13535-122 Ave., Edmonton. Visitors welcome! Enjoy local trail rides, mountain trips, clinics, guest speakers and great fellowship. Visit our web-site www.atra.ca to see our newsletter for more information. Bethel Community Church Boyle - 10:30 AM Sunday mornings. Phone for details on free art classes, free online computer learning courses, Bible Studies, prayer ministry. Pastor Richard Given. 780-689-5552. On Market Road, ½ Km N of Boyle Co-op Seed Cleaning Plant on Hwy 63. Boyle Betterment Community – Meeting every first Thursday of the month 6:30 p.m. at Village Office Council Chambers. Boyle Curling Club - Calling all new curlers, experienced curlers and families! Come join us on Tuesday nights for a free curling night for the remainder of the season. A great opportunity to try curling, brush up on your current skills, meet new people and have fun! Please be at the rink for 6:45 pm so we can set up teams, all ages and skill levels welcome! Boyle Farmer’s Market regular season begins May 15 from 1-4 pm at the Boyle Community Centre. Boyle Gathering Stitches Quilt Group - meets 10 a.m. every Tuesday at St. Paul’s Anglican Church basement. All stitchers welcome. For more info call 780-689-2439 or 780-689-3550 Boyle Public Library - Open to the public: Meetings take place every third Monday (Oct – Apr) Thursday (May – Sept) of each month at 6:30pm in the library. Meetings, except at budget time and annual general meetings are seldom longer than 1 1/2 hours. No meetings in July. Summer Reading Program “GO” starts July 2 and ends August 24, 2013. All Ages are welcome, come for reading, crafts & more. Have fun and collect prizes. Boyle Rural Crime Watch Meeting @ the Boyle Legion 7 p.m., takes place on the 2nd Monday of every Month. Everyone welcome!! Please call Todd 780-675-5414 for more information. Boyle School Parents Association Advisory monthly meetings. Second Monday 7 p.m. Boyle School Library. All parents welcome. Boyle Seventh Day Adventist Church Services every week, 10 a.m. phone 780-689-2146 or 780-675-3059. Boyle Senior’s Bingo - First Tuesday of each month at Boyle Drop In Centre starting at 7 p.m. Boyle Seniors Drop-In-Centre Crib every Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. Everyone Welcome. Boyle Twilight Twirlers Square Dancing Sundays, 2:30 - 5 pm at the Boyle Senior’s Drop-In Centre. Everyone Welcome! Christ Church - Wandering River - 2 pm each Sunday. Communities In Bloom - Call Ida at 780-675-4524 for meeting information. Diabetes & Nutrition Clinics. Call Athabasca Community Health Services at 780-675-2231. Ellscott Community Association meets every 3rd Wednesday of the Month. For hall rentals call Lawrence 780-689-1131 Exercise Classes are being held at the Athabasca Senior’s Drop-in Centre on Mondays & Wednesdays from 10:45 – 11:30 am. $2.00 per person per session. Everybody welcome. Fellowship Baptist Church Services Sunday 5 pm pre-service Fellowship and Share Service to follow, located in the meeting room upstairs Athabasca Multiplex. For more info call 780-675-3258 or 780-213-2545 everyone welcome. Forfar Community Hall, rental available, $150. Please call Carol at 780-675-4307 or Shauna at 780-675-3963 for more information. Gateway Community Church Boyle Sunday service at 10:30 am. Located at the crossroads of Highway 663 and 831. All are welcome to the Ministry of Restoration with Pastor Grace Hope Kuleskey. GCC is also available for community needs. Call 780-689-3933. Golden Memories Choir - Every Thursday, beginning September 19 at Anglican Church Basement. Senior Homes yearly concert member of N Alberta Senior Choirs. 55+ welcome. Grassland Ag Society “ Wellness Wednesday“ Started Oct.15. Come & walk a mile or two. Play cards, games like scrabble, dominos, extra. Also trying to get floor curling going after Christmas. Free coffee & cookies! For more info call Wanda 780-525-3958 Grassland Hall For Rent Well stocked kitchen, playground, ball diamond, sectioned. For info & bookings call Diana 780-525-2530 or Stella 780-252-2228 Grosmont Community Hall – Available for rent, ball diamond, BBQ, lots of parking, newly renovated kitchen. Call Albert Katona 780-675-9170 Ladies Sewing and Tea. Tuesdays from 1:00PM – 3:00 PM located at the Athabasca Native Friendship Centre. All ladies welcome! For more information please contact 780-675-3086 Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC) - classes available for permanent residents. Free face-to-face and online classes available. Athabasca class runs every Tuesday. To register, contact NorQuest College at 780-644-6700 or [email protected] Line Dancing Senior Line Dancing for intermediates at Turnabout Avenue Place, Mondays at 10:30 AM, $3.00 per person, 541250th Ave. Contact Judy 780-675-2989 for more information. Beginners Line Dancing, at Turnabout Avenue Place, Tuesdays at 1-2 PM, $3.00 per person, 5412-50th Ave. Contact Ida 780-675-4524 for more information. Living Water Anglican Fellowship, part of the Anglican Network in Canada – Service time Sundays at 10 a.m., Turnabout Ave. Place, 5412 – 50th Ave., Athabasca Contact info: Pastor Lyle Lewis 780-675-2734 or Reg Netterville 780-675-5121. The Magnificent River Rats Festival Event on June 30 & July 1, 2015 Check our website for information & updates on the upcoming festival www.riverratsfestival.com The Magnificent River Rats Festival Society meets on the 2nd Thursday of the month at 6:30 p.m. at Turnabout Avenue Place, 5412 50 Ave., Athabasca. Check our website for information and updates on the upcoming Festival. www.riverratsfestival.com Meanook Hall open for rental up to 100 people, 780-675-3971 for info. Missionary Church (east hill) Sunday morning service at 10:30 a.m. Nursery provided. Kingdom kids for ages 2-12 during service. Visit our website at: www.athabascamc.com N.A. (Narcotics Anonymous) meetings Tues. at 8 pm in the Colinton Church, for more info call 780-675-9861. New Pine Creek Hall available for rent - call 780-675-2572. Also, History Book available for sale - call 780-675-2572, 780-675-2864, or 780-675-2859. Northern Lakes College’s Native Cultural Arts Museum is pleased to announce that we are now accepting reservations for educational field trips designed for grades K-8. For more information or to reserve a group visitation, please call the Museum at 780-751-3306 or e-mail: [email protected] Northlight Baptist Church - Worship - Sundays, 10:30 am.; Prayer Meeting - Thursdays, 7 p.m. Colinton Community Centre. Children’s program and Bible teaching. For more information call 780-689-1905. Perryvale Hall - FOR RENT. Phone 780-698-2530 or 780-698-2461 for more info. Pleasant Valley Lodge Crib Tournament, the first Friday of every month at 1:30 p.m. Riverview Community Church 3510-48 Avenue, Athabasca, Sunday Service at 10:30 a.m. Road To Hope meetings every third Wednesday of the month, for more information call Madena at 780-675-9232 or Road To Hope at 780-327-9442. Rochester Cemetery clean up on the afternoon of the 4th Monday of May, June, July and August. Rochester Senior’s Centre - Cards every Monday at 1 pm sharp! Everyone is welcome. Rochester The Father’s House Church. Join us for our Sunday Celebration every Sunday in Rochester School Gym at 10:30 a.m. Potluck Lunch to follow the service and Sunday School is provided. Rochester Thrift Store – open every Saturday, May through September from 12:30 – 4 pm. Located in the Rochester Curling Rink. Rochester United Church Services - No service in February. Service from March to December, first Sunday of each month, 11:30 a.m. with Lily Glebe. All welcome. Are you interested in joining the Roman Catholic Church? We will be beginning a period of inquiry leading into the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) at the end of September. If you are interested please contact Father Hong Zamora at 780-675-2411. Scrapbooking Drop-in. Wednesdays from 1:00PM – 3:00 PM at the Athabasca Native Friendship Centre. Everyone Welcome! Please bring own supplies. For more information please call 780-675-3086 Shiloh Tabernacle - Come and Join us. Prayer Service Wednesday 7:30 p.m., Youth night Friday at 7:30 p.m., Sunday School and Sunday Service 11 a.m. “Sisters in Spirit” organizational meeting to be held the first Tuesday of each month. The meetings will take place at 4919-53rd St, the Athabasca Native Friendship Centre at 7 p.m. All families are welcome to participate. South Athabasca Hall - Accommodates up to 80 people, BBQ & fully equipped kitchen. For rentals call Evelyn at 780-675-2170. Sponsored by South Athabasca Entertainment Society. St. Andrews/Zion Anglican Lutheran Church Sunday Services 10:30 a.m. - Sunday School 11:30 a.m. with the exception of fifth Sundays St. Gabriel’s Catholic Church Hall Hall Rentals available $100.00/day - Kitchen facilities available for additional fee. Call Jackie at 780-675-1234. St. Gabriel’s Roman Catholic Church, Athabasca, 4907-53rd St., Mass times: Saturday - 5 pm; Sunday 11 am; Priest: Fr. Hong Nguyen. St. Paul’s Anglican - Boyle - service at 10:30 a.m. every Sunday For more information please contact Minister Lesley Wheeler Dame at 780-689-3014 or 780-689-4717. St. Thomas’s Anglican Church, Perryvale, All Sunday Services at 9 a.m. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints – meets Sundays at 10:30 a.m. at 4510 28th St. Athabasca. Phone 780-698-2360 or 780-675-1867. Visitors Welcome. Toastmasters - meet every Wednesday from 7:30 to 9:30 at Turnabout Avenue Place, 5412 - 50th Ave, Athabasca, from September to June excluding holidays. Contact info: Doug Kariel at 780-675-5099 TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) meets every Tuesday in basement of the Gospel Chapel. Boyle. Weigh-in at 9:30 – 10 a.m. Everyone welcome. Call Shirley 780-675-4629 TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Athabasca Chapter – meets Thursdays at the Athabasca United Church. Weigh-in 10:30 a.m., meeting 11:15 a.m. Phone Bernadette 780-675-2805 or Debra 780-675-5879 for more information. Everyone welcome. Ukrainian Catholic Church Services Regular services on: Sunday, November 23-11:30am; Sunday, December 14-8:30am; Sunday, December 28-11:30am; Tuesday, January 6-10:00am (Blessing of the Water); Sunday, January 11-8:30am; Sunday, January 25-11:30am; Sunday, February 8-8:30am (Candle Blessing); Sunday, February 22-11:30am; Sunday, March 8-8:30am; and Sunday, March 22-11:30am. Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Sts. Peter & Paul – Athabasca (Schedule of Services) September 27, Saturday 10:00am Divine Liturgy “Elevation of Holy Cross” - Athabasca; October 12, Sunday 10:00am Divine Liturgy “Thanksgiving” - Athabasca; November 16, Sunday 10:00am Divine Liturgy - Athabasca; November 23, Sunday 10:00am Divine Liturgy – Athabasca; December 21, Sunday 10:00am Divine Liturgy - Athabasca Wesleyan Church of Canada - near\ Newbrook. Church service begins at 10:30 a.m. every Sunday morning, please call 780-576-2274 for more info. Westlock Community Art Gallery The gallery/ studio is located in the Westlock Rotary Spirit Centre on the second floor and an elevator is available. Hours open are from 12 - 4 pm Fridays. Whispering Hills Country Music Association: Jam Session held first Sunday of the month at 1 p.m. Come out for some music & fun at the Athabasca Senior’s Centre. For more info call Virginia at 780-675-4699. Whispering Hills Day Care is a non-profit, licensed daycare that offers an accredited daycare program and an after school care program in Athabasca. Our staff are certified and trained in childcare and first aid. Parents interested in our programs should contact our Director, Kristy Sliwkanich 780-675-7946 for further information on any of our programs or visit our website:http:// whisperinghillsdaycare.com Whispering Hills Primary School Fundraising Committee We now meet the second Tuesday of the month at 5:45 pm – babysitting is provided. Words Work Literacy Society Board Meetings - Second Tuesday of each month starting at 6:30 p.m., from September to June. lower level of Town Office Building. Call 780-675-5650.
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