Neepawa Kin Club update

Neepawa Banner & Press

On Wednesday, Nov. 8, members of the Neepawa Kin Club had the pleasure of sitting down and speaking with Bev MacDonald from the Benevolent Fund of Neepawa. During that discussion, Kin Club members learned that the Benevolent Fund provides emergency help for individuals of all cultures and walks of life.

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Fine Arts Festival a year round endeavour

Neepawa Banner & Press

Preparations are well underway for one of Neepawa’s longest running annual showcases. Though the 52nd Neepawa and District Fine Arts Festival is not scheduled until Apr. 8-11, 2018, at the Knox Presbyterian Church, the behind the scenes work by the executive committee is ongoing throughout the year.

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The Peter and Duncan Henderson Outfit


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(Left to right) Peter and Duncan Henderson with a Cornell portable steam engine and a Wide Awake Separator

Manitoba Agricultural Museum

Peter Henderson was born near Carleton Place, Ontario in 1860 into a large family. His brother, Duncan, was born in 1863.  Mr. Henderson Senior died in 1874. Peter went to work in a woolen mill near the Henderson Farm.

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Observation - November 23, 2017

Addy Oberlin
Neepawa Banner & Press

The other day I was listening to a DVD with marching band music.

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Farm Credit Canada supports Handi-Van

Eoin Devereux

Neepawa Banner & Press

Farm Credit Canada (FCC) has contributed some financial support to Neepawa’s Handi-Van service. On Tuesday, Nov. 21, FCC relationship management associate Theresa Francis presented Handi-Van chair John Pottinger, with a cheque for $1,500. Each year, FCC supports notable community causes and capital projects in Neepawa, Minnedosa, McCreary, Brookdale, Carberry and other communities.

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