Neepawa MYJC closing for the season

Melissa McFarlane
Youth Engagement Leader

As summer begins to slowly wind down, so does the program at the Neepawa Manitoba Youth Job Centre (MYJC). As the Youth Engagement Leader, I’d like to thank a number of people for their support throughout our successful season. 

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McCreary MYJC closed for the season

By Megan VanHumbeck
Youth engagement leader

As summer begins to slowly wind down, so does the program at the McCreary Manitoba Youth Job Centre (MYJC). As the Youth Engagement Leader, I’d like to thank a number of people for their support throughout our successful season.

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Out of Helen's kitchen - Franklin

Helen Drysdale
The Neepawa Banner

As the community of Franklin settled, they recognized the need for a church, so in 1892, a Presbyterian church was built, largely by volunteer help. The Methodist built a large brick church and they too used much volunteer labor. According to “Rosedale Remembers” history book, entertainment in the early days centered around church functions. They had pie socials, shanty suppers, picnics, musical performances, plays and pageants.

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Manitoba Youth Beef Round-Up 2017

Submitted 
The Neepawa Banner

On August 4 to 6, 2017 sixty-nine enthusiastic Manitoba and Saskatchewan Junior Cattle Producers attended the 10 annual Manitoba Youth Beef Roundup in Neepawa, Manitoba. Excitement in the cattle industry brought out a top-notch group of interested cattle producers and 78 head of cattle.

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Hidden attraction

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Kira McCormick - Adema
The Neepawa Banner

Located at the south end of Park Lake, is one of the many hidden attractions in Neepawa. There is an assortment of animals which include: emus, goats, rabbits, peacocks and many more that all live in the Rotary Park Bird Sanctuary.

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