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                                                     SERVING THE COMMUNITIES OF GRANDVIEW & GILBERT PLAINS

Vol 115, No. 16                                                   Tuesday, April 22, 2014

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For the children


By Jennifer Carniel
Many of us feel empathy and compassion when it comes to children who are sick or facing critical illness and for people who have had the experience of such matters with their own children, they can attest to the great work and care that comes from the Children’s Hospital Foundation of Manitoba.
Susan Evans, from Grandview, has donated her time and quilting ability to make a quilt to be auctioned off as part of a raffle, with the proceeds going to the Children’s Hospital Foundation of Manitoba. Evans was asked by Julie Ruttan from Clear Water Ranch, which is located just outside of Ochre River, to make a quilt for her annual wind up for September long weekend. The quilt is to be raffled to raise funds for the Children’s Hospital Foundation of Manitoba. 
Clear Water Ranch offers pony rides, a petting zoo, and riding lessons with all of the proceeds going to the Children’s Hospital Foundation of Manitoba. The Ruttan family chose to share what they have and donate the money to the foundation because they know the money is going towards the children and medical research to make their lives better. 

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Gilbert Plains Drop-In Centre received a grant of $23,800, from the New Horizons for Seniors Program to assist with the purchase and installation of 14 windows as well as the purchase and installation of the sofits and facia surrounding the building. MP Sopuck presented the award

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Grandview & District Community Resource Council Inc. received a grant from the New Horizons for Seniors Program to assist the organization to develop an intergenerational program where youth will participate in games, reading, share stories, and record the stories on iPads. MP Sopuck presented a grant of $18,285. 


Skating her way to university 

Well hockey is undoubtedly Grandview's all-time favourite sport, and many parents and youth have spent countless hours in a hockey rink, all for the love of the game; it also gives youth in rural communities opportunities that will take them far past their hometown arena.
Brooklyn Kallusky started skating when she was two years old and officially laced up for hockey when she was four. Kallusky has had the opportunity to play a variety of positions on the ice while playing for boys teams and girls teams.
Three years ago, Kallusky received an outstanding opportunity when she was recruited by the Ontario Hockey Academy in Cornwall, Ontario. Kallusky was given the opportunity to receive her high school education and play for the Ontario Hockey Academy Gold Team, where she plays forward and is also the team's Captain.
Kallusky is currently finishing up her Grade 12, and will be participating in the graduation ceremonies in her hometown of Grandview with many of her fellow classmates. Kallusky recently received an athletic scholarship to pursue her studies in nursing. 

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