Pickerel came from Gimli

By Jessie Bell

Rivers and Area Lions Club helds its annual pickerel fy supper on Sunday, Feb. 15 in Rivers Legion Hall. The meal consisted of coleslaw, beans, baked and french fried potatoes, dessert and beverages, all served smorgasbord style. Recently-elected president Don Montague and past-president Jim Boles deep fried fish in the Lions-owned trailer which was parked near the kitchen entrance. The indoor kitchen range and a counter-top gas unit were in use in cooking 200 pounds of fish.

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Rivers Legion Ladies Auxillary - Feb 21

By Lisa Smith 

The regular monthly meeting of Rivers Legion Ladies Auxiliary was held Feb. 2  in the upper hall of Rivers Legion; 17 members attended.

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Adaptive swim program hopes to Make Waves in Brandon

By Madelyn Flood

Submitted article

Let me introduce you to an amazing student initiative dedicated to providing affordable and accessible one-on-one swimming instruction to children with disabilities. Making Waves Winnipeg, founded by Cameron Krisko in 2011, has shown phenomenal success. In only four years the program has grown from 10 kids and 10 instructors to 170 kids, over 70 volunteers and two pool locations in Winnipeg!

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Council Clips - Feb. 20

Submitted article

RM of Oakview, Feb. 10: The Conditional Use Application by Christian Raupers to provide for the establishment of a non-farm dwelling (site, by subdivision) within the “Ag” Agricultural General Zone was approved for the southeast quarter of 21-15-20 WPM,without conditions.

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Land of Plenty asks for some council support

By Eoin Devereux

The Neepawa Banner

A delegation for the Land of Plenty Festival has requested some support from Neepawa town council.  Sheri Grant appeared in front of council on Tues. Feb. 18, representing a subcommittee of the Neepawa and District Chamber of Commerce that’s been assembled for the purpose of organizing the new regional celebration. 

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