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					                                                 March, 2010

         MARYFIELD & DISTRICT LIONS                                           Aluminum Recycling
                          “We Serve”                                  There is an aluminum recycling bin lo-
                                                                      cated behind the Borderland Co-op.
Maryfield Lions is continues to serve the community through
                                                                      Please deposit your clean used alumi-
this monthly newsletter. All funds collected are used to cover
                                                                      num foil, beer tabs, foil pie plates, etc.
the cost of printing and postage. Read the newsletter online
at :
Lions Birthday calendars are here. If you have not yet
                                                                           Easter Novelty Bingo
received yours, please contact the Lions member who sold                    Monday, March 29
you your calendar. There are a few extras. If you are
interested contact Rob Hill or Barb Swallow. Calendars are                  15 games for novelty prizes!
$10.                                                                      Raffle – several prizes to be won!
                                                                          Come early and look them over!
                     Hockey Pool Winners                                         Master Card $5.00
                                                                               Extra cards $0.25 each
January 30             February 6              February 13
1st—Ken Sheane         1st & 2nd—Naylen Land   1st—Inex Brady
                                                                               First game starts at 7:30
2nd—Phil Smith                     & Farm      2nd—Richard Krainyk                Doors open at 6:30
3rd—Freda Hill         3rd—Kevin Weedmark      3rd—Heather Radke
Agg—Don Adair          Agg—Barb Boon           Agg—Darcy Boon
                                                                              Giant Garage Sale
     April is DONOR'S CHOICE canvassing month.
                                                                                       May 1
The 2009 canvassing team of 13 volunteers met with                            In the Lower Auditorium
generous financial support. There was a 4% increase over the                       9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
previous year's campaign with donations totaling $10,573,                       Rent a table for $10.00
once again proving our community is made up of caring and                       to sell your own items.
generous people who are always willing to give their time and                   Concession available
financial support for worthwhile appeals!

      Maryfield & District Donor's Choice 2010                               Fairlight’s 100th
                  Annual Meeting                                          Birthday Celebration
                          will be held on
                    Tuesday, March 16th                                Friday, July 30th, Saturday, July 31st
                                                                           & Sunday, August 1st, 2010
             Everyone is welcome to join us in the
                                                                      Pick up registration forms at: Village of
             Maryfield School Library @ 7 p.m.
                                                                      Fairlight Office, Fairway Sales, Home
                                                                      Sweet Home, Virden Ford, Royal Bank—
                        Newsletter Items                              Maryfield, Credit Union—Wawota,
                                                                      Borderland Co-op Grocery—Moosomin,
Please drop newsletter items off at Ambrosia’s or Maryfield School.
                                                                      Advantage Co-op Sevice Station—
You can also email them to Birth and death
announcements, words of congratulations and calls for items           Redvers. Check out other details at our
needed, lost or found are welcome.                                    website:
                   FOR SALE                                            THANK YOU
A quarter section of Land, mostly in crop, located   Thank you to Brendan and staff and everyone who
on the Saskatchewan/Manitoba border.                 supported the Benefit Steak Night for Bob and Luci
Available by Tender, the NE 1/4 of 1-11-30 W1 is a   Yutzy on February 15, 2010. Thanks to all who
productive parcel of Land extending to 162.64        donated and bought tickets on the Silent Auction.
acres or thereabouts in total, and may be viewed at  $1343 was raised. 18 items were donated.
any time. Closing date for tenders is 5.00 p.m. on   1. Maria Penner won the wall picture donated by
March 26th, 2010. Tender Forms available from            Ken & Lucille Sheane.
(306) 646-2050, or apply to Century 21               2. Laura Magotiaux won the hair products donated, Brandon, (204) 725-0555.                    by Krista Downer—Hats Off.
1 yearling Red Angus bull. Phone 646-4430 or         3. Len Koop won the basket of goodies donated by
646-2224.                                                Cam and Cindy Thompson—Maryfield Corner
Red potatoes for sale. 25¢/lb. Call Myrtle               Store.
Chambers at 646-4507.                                4. Sarah Rose won the laptop bag donated by
                ANNOUNCEMENTS                            Maryfield Royal Bank.
There will be a Bridal Shower for Janelle Lemon,     5. Linda Martin won the gift certificate donated by
bride elect of Kevin Tyler on Saturday, April 3 at 2     Horizon Meats.
p.m. in the Maryfield United Church. Everyone        6. Samantha Penner won the gift bag donated by
welcome!                                                 John Van Eaton and the Watershed Committee.
TOPS meets every Thursday at 7:30 at the             7. Ken Martin won the kitchen gift basket donated
Maryfield Clinic. Everyone welcome!                      by Brenda Thompson—Home Sweet Home.
Maryfield mom group meets every Thursday at          8. Ken Martin won the gift certificate donated by
10:00 am in the Playschool room. We've had a             Kola Café.
great turnout in January and hope that continues in 9. Mark Wielgoz won the DeWalt vacuum donated
February. Any questions please contact Ana at 646-       by Penner Lumber.
4595 or by email at             10. Mary-Lou Sweeting won the Sirrius radio
                       WANTED                            donated by Lawrence & Becky Penner.
1) Small jam jars, 250 mL size, in good sealing      11. Brittany Penner won the travel certificate
    shape                                                donated by Becky Penner—TPI.
2) TENS (transcutaneus electrical nerve              12. Tyler Van Eaton won the leather jacket donated
    stimulation machine) in good condition &             by Travis Penner—TLP.
    reasonable price                                 13. Greg Jezowski won the golf shirt donated by
3) 4-drawer older dresser in good shape (drawers         Travis Penner—TLP.
    must be deep)                                    14. Florence Penner won the blue jean jacket
Call Ann-Marie Swanson at 1-306-435-2433. If             donated by Bob Penner—TSL.
there is no answer, please leave a message and       15. Earl Penner won the fleece jacket and toque
your call will be returned.                              donated by Bob Penner—TSL.
                                                     16. Ken Martin won the fleece jacket and toque
                    THANK YOU
                                                         donated by Bob Penner—TSL.
The Maryfield Curling Club would like to thank
                                                     17. Len Koop won the DVD player donated by
everyone who made the ladies’ bonspiel a success.
                                                         George and Shirley Campbell.
A huge thank you to all the individuals and
                                                     18. Wanda Wielgoz won the spa package donated
businesses who donated or sponsored prizes for
                                                         by Candace Simon—Grassland Oasis.
the bonspiel: Arlington Hotel, Borderland Co-op
Corinna Francis—Spilada Sterling Silver Jewellery    The Maryfield Europe Trip 2011 members would like
Hats Off, Home Sweet Home, Horizon Meats, Irene to thank the community for all their support this
Strong, Jackson Creek Salon, Joni Locke, Middle of month. We would like to thank the people who
No Where Day Spa, Pauline Clark– Body Sugaring, worked in the kitchen at the Youth ‘Spiel, the people
Royal Bank – Maryfield Branch, The Corner Store.     who attended the Steak Night at the bar and anyone
Thanks to all the ladies who donated food for        else who made donations. The winner of the
supper and to Bryan for looking after the ice.       “Where in Europe?” car was Kirklan Bourgeois. The
Thanks also to the Agricultural Society for manning car was at the EuroStar Train. Rachel Erickson was
the kitchen throughout the bonspiel.                 the winner of the “Where in Europe?” iCarlydoll. The
                                                     correct answer was the Hall of Mirrors.
       AMBULANCE NEWS                                   Regular Services
     HEALTH CENTRE HOURS                                Thursdays    7:00 p.m.    Prayer Meeting
                                                        Sundays:     9:45 a.m.    DJ Club
         Phone: 646-2133                                            10:00 a.m.    Sunday School
Monday:         2:00 –5:30     Dr. Office                           11:00 a.m.    Worship Service
Tuesday:        1:00 – 5:00    Nurse Practitioner
Wednesday:      9:00 – 1:00    Nurse Practitioner       March 2010
Thursday:       9:00 – 1:00    Nurse Practitioner       Fri. 5 Youth Bible Study                  7:00 p.m.
                10:00 – 1:00   Dr. Office               Fri. 5—Sun. 7 Ladies Real Treat, Dallas Valley
Friday:         1:00 – 5:00    Nurse Practitioner       Sun. 7 Church Potluck followed by
There may not always be a Doctor on every Monday                Way of the Master video          12:30 p.m.
and Thursday afternoon. To avoid disappointment,        Mon. 8 Repair of Chorus Books             7:00 p.m.
please phone ahead for appointments if possible.                W.W.M. Quarterly Meeting          7:30 p.m.
There may not always be a Nurse Practitioner at the             Elders Meeting                    7:00 p.m.
Health Centre on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays                Church Board Meeting              7:30 p.m.
and Fridays. To avoid disappointment, please phone      Thurs. 11—Sun. 14 AGC West Conference,
ahead for an appointment if possible.
                                                                           Swift Current
The Home Care Nurse, Mary Thiessen; Public
                                                        Sun. 14 Way of the Master video           1:30 p.m.
Health Nurse, Edith Guilloux; Dietitian, Laura
                                                        Wed. 17 Sunday School Teachers Meeting 7:30 p.m.
Thompson; Home Care Case Manager, Kathleen
                                                        Fri. 19—Sun 21 Meetings with Millar Drama team
Malin; Social Worker, Sheila Szakacs; Mental
                                                                              (see separate announcement)
Health Nurse, Helene Dorsch; and Occupational
                                                        Sun. 21 Way of the Master video           1:30 p.m.
Therapist, Angela Gervais visit the Health Centre
                                                        Sat. 27—Sun. 28 Bible Conference with John Plantz
at various times during the month. Phone the
                                                                              (see separate announcement)
Health Centre at 646-2133 for more information.
                                                        Sun. 28 The Lord’s Supper                11:00 a.m.
There has been a large increase in patient load at
the Maryfield Health Centre for both the physicians
and the Nurse Practitioner. Please plan for                             March at
prescription renewal well in advance to avoid              Maryfield Associated Gospel Church
disappointment and to help provide adequate
                                                            – Millar College of the Bible Drama Team –
service to all patients.
                                                            Friday, March 19 Youth Meeting - 7:00 p.m.
                                                          Saturday, March 20 Church Meeting - 7:00 p.m.
                      Corinna Francis
                                                          Sunday, March 21 Worship Service - 11:00 a.m.
          Is currently a sales representative for
                                                               – Bible Conference with John Plantz –
          Spilada Sterling Silver Jewellery                              Saturday, March 27
              “The Best of Everything”                          "Israel and Its Blessing" - 3:30 p.m.
                                                                  "Israel's Time Clock" - 4:45 p.m.
 If you’re interested in ordering or booking a party,                 Potluck Supper - 6:00 p.m.
       contact Corinna for details—735-4160                         "Israel's Messiah" - 7:00 p.m.
                                                                          Sunday, March 28
             UNITED CHURCH NEWS                                      "Jesus Is Able" 10:00 a.m.
                                                                      Passover Meal 11:00 a.m.
 All Sunday services in March are at 9:30 a.m.
 All Sunday services in April are at 11:30 a.m.
                                                              Fairlight Community Club
Mar. 4—Crossroads Meeting at Maryfield Church
       - Session - 7 p.m.                                    Barbequed Pork Supper
       - Board - 7:30 p.m.
Mar. 5—World Day of Prayer at the Villa - 2 p.m.                  Saturday, March 20
Mar. 18—Local Board Meeting - 2 p.m.                                 Fairlight Drop-In
       - Session - 1:30 p.m.                                                6:00 p.m.
Mar. 30—Worship service at the Villa—7 p.m.
                                                         Adults: $10   12 & Under: $5     Preschool: Free
Box 160         Maryfield, SK           646-2148
                OPEN HOURS:                                                               646-2181
     Wed. 5 - 9 p.m.; Friday 2:30 - 5:30 pm
     BOOK PICK UP & DELIVERY SERVICE.                           Mondays - Butchering
      CD’s, DVD’s & VIDEOS AVAILABLE.                    Tuesday thru Friday: Open 8-12 & 1- 5
                                                                    Bacon—$3.85 per lb.
                                                            Seasoned Pork Roast—$2.79 per lb.
Saturday, March 27, 2010, 2:30 p.m. at the Li-
brary. Bring your ruler, pencil, eraser, scissors &          Utility Steaks—$18 per 5 lb. box
glue. A pigma pen .05 or any other pen. Other
supplies, including flowers provided at no charge.
To register call Bev Sheard 646-4911.                             Maryfield Rink
NEXT BOARD MEETING: REGULAR 7:00 p.m.                 March 5 & 6—Maryfield Rec. Hockey Tournament
                                                      March 7—Maryfield Youth Bonspiel
Monday, April 19, 2010 at the Library: New
members welcome!                                      March 10-14—Open Bonspiel

Discover the wonderful world of books, movies
and music. All are available to borrow with your         Maryfield Open Bonspiel
free library card.
                                                             March 10—14
If our Library phone line is busy when you try to        To enter, call Bryan Swallow at 306-646-4324
call, please drop by. We have had to access our       (home), 306-646-7749 (cell), or 306-646-2225 (rink)
new Millennium software by dialing up the inter-
net and have only the one phone line. Thank you
for your patience while we get the kinks out of our                 Pig Roast
new technology.                                          Pig donated by Les Penner—Legacy Barns
MAGAZINE REPORT:                                             Saturday, March 13
We have several gardening choices. “The                                 Supper: 7 p.m.
Gardener for the Prairies” from the University of                       $10 per person
Saskatchewan. Please let the Librarian know if                          Maryfield Rink
you would like her to renew this subscription.
“The Prairie Garden” is an annual published by                  Everyone welcome!
the Winnipeg Agricultural Society. The new one
has arrived and there are several back issues
available.                                                    MARYFIELD FOOD PANTRY
Want a book to take with you on holidays?             You can donate to the Food Pantry with non-
Purchase one of our used books for a quarter.         perishable food items or with money at various
                                                      locations around town. A small deep freeze is now
BARGAINS AVAILABLE AT THE LIBRARY:                    available to donate frozen food. It is located in a
MARYFIELD HASTY NOTES ($5.00)                         room in the community end of the Maryfield School.
2005 HOMECOMING VIDEOS ($20.00)                       Hampers are distributed the 4th Monday of every
2007 HOMECOMING VIDEOS & DVD’s ($20.00)               month. YOU MUST PHONE THE

Are you missing a kitten? There is a white kitten with orange and grey markings at the Maryfield
Rink. It has been there since the end of last week. If it’s yours, drop into the rink and pick it up.
 52nd Oratory Competi-                                R.M. OF MARYFIELD NO. 91 NEWS
              1958 - 2010                       Saskatchewan Municipal Hail Insurance members can
Wednesday, March 24                             withdraw from the Association by submitting a
                                                withdrawal form by March 31st. Last day to apply for
  9:30 a.m.       grades 7 & 8 speeches         Crop Exemption is April 30th. Forms available at R.M.
  10:30 a.m.    grades 9 & 10 speeches          office.
1:00 p.m.    grades 11 & 12 speeches            Those of you who have not yet dropped in to pay your
                                                2010 well key rental, please drop in soon. Fees
2010 Grad Soup ‘n Sandwich                      remain the same.

    12:00 - 1:00 in the home ec. lab
                                                             Employment Opportunity
                 $6.00                          The R.M. of Maryfield No. 91 is now accepting applica-
 (includes soup, sandwich, dessert, beverage)   tions for a Seasonal Mower / Grader Operator for the
                                                2010 Season. Duties and responsibilities of the posi-
All proceeds go to the graduation ceremonies.   tion include, but are not limited to the following:
   Please call ahead to the school office so    * Mowing ditches, servicing and making running re-
         amounts may be finalized.              pairs to the mowing outfit (i.e. blades, tires, clutches,
                                                * Must be able to operate a 155 hp tractor.
all are welcome
                                                * Willingness to learn to operate a grader and grade
                                                roads within a designated area.
         Maryfield School                       * Ability to make running repairs and adjustments.
                                                * Ability to work on your own with limited supervision.
       is hosting its annual                    * This position also includes general labour duties if
      Spring Concert
                                                The applicant must possess a valid Class 5 driver’s
            and                                 license, and must have their own vehicle. Applicants
                                                must be willing to provide a Criminal Record Check
       Variety Night                            and Drivers Abstract, and also must be willing to take
        April 29 at 7 p.m.                      the Powered Mobile Equipment Course (offered at the
     Silent & Live Auction                      Applications will be accepted until March 31st. Please
  Proceeds will go to the school                send your resume complete with references to:
        playground fund.                                     RM of Maryfield No. 91
                                                             Box 70
                                                             Maryfield, SK
  Maryfield Lions will again sponsor a                       S0G 3K0
    Roast Beef Luncheon                         We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only
      for all seniors!                          those selected for an interview will be contacted.
          Thursday, April 1
          12 noon—1:00 p.m.                              A huge thank you to everyone who
        Entertainment to follow                                     donated to the
               No charge
                                                          “Hearts for Haiti” campaign.
   Silver collection will be accepted!
                                                  Maryfield School collected $543.80 which
      Contact any Lions member                    once matched by the government will total
          if you need a ride.                                   $1,087.60.

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