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EID dock removal policy not yet completed
The fate of privately owned boat docks and lifts along Eastern Irrigation District controlled shorelines remains in limbo as far as the public is concerned. The EID has been discussing a ban on boat lifts and docks that have been installed during the summer on shorelines adjacent to homes or cottages. “We’re still working our way through it,” said EID board chairman Bob Chrumka.
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Prairie Girls Gala offers night out and raises funds
A Prairie Girls Gala will be held in March offering women an opportunity to enjoy an evening out while raising funds for a good cause. The idea was to offer rural women a fun night out before calving season, said Patrice Beasley. “A good time is in March when the walls are closing in after Christmas,” she said. The event has been so popular over the four years that it sells out without being advertised. While the gala is for rural women, some ladies in attendance have come from Calgary and Medicine Hat because of the event’s reputation for being a good time.
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Fans of Bombers will see good baseball
World Series champion Duane Ward continues to give back to the sport he loves. The retired middle relief and closing pitcher with the Toronto Blue Jays travels across Canada teaching baseball skills through a Honda Super Camps. He has been doing this for the past five years. Ward, who was a 1993 all-star, won two World Series championship with Toronto in 1992 and 1993 and was the AL saves leader in 1993, was in Brooks last Wednesday.
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