2 and 4 Landmark & Area Chamber of Commerce LANDMARK C O M M U N ITY Wheel March 2004 VOICE (Most makes & models) Alignments We’ve just installed state of the art N E W ! V i si t w w w. l a n d m a r k o n l i n e . c a Create a safety net for your retirement savings Wheel Alignment equipment to better service our customers and the community. Bosshart: First Manitoban To Your retirement savings should be used to help you live in the comfort • Complimentary car wash included! • Call for special introductory pricing. Qualify For ‘04 Olympic Games! and style you want. But a long-term care need in your later years could deplete your savings faster than you may think. Protect your Landmark’s Dominique Bosshart goes for gold, again! savings with Long Term Care Insurance. Integrity It’s been almost four years since Dominique Bosshart thrilled Canadians with her Michele Kvern remarkable come-from-behind victory to win a bronze medal in Sydney, Australia in Bus (204) 355-4155 in Motion. 2000. And no one was more proud than the community she still calls home. This world- Cell (204) 792-0194 214 Main Street, Landmark MB class taekwondo athlete, now 25, is about to embark on her second trip to the Olympics, email@example.com an accomplishment only dreamed of by most athletes. Besides her Olympic bronze, www.clarica.com/michele.kvern 333 Main St. North, Landmark Dominique’s accomplishments include eleven Canadian championships, and a silver medal Toll Free: 1-800-881-4 9 6 2 Ph. 204-355-4051 Fax: 204-355-4382 at the Pan Am Games. Associated with Clarica Financial Services Inc. and Clarica Investco Inc., a Mutual Fund Dealer. w w w. l a n d m a r k m o t o r s . g m c a n a d a . c o m Landmark’s Dominique “I’d love to outperform Bosshart begins rigorous myself,” says Bosshart, ChurchNews Landmark Christian Fellowship Schedule of Services: training as she prepares for her second opportunity “I want better than Prairie Rose EMC Sunday: bronze this time. A gold, of a lifetime – a return to Sunday School: 9:30am Sunday Worship Service: 10:45am Sunday School - 9:30am Worship Service - 10:30am Building or LANDMARK the Olympic stage in Athens, later this year. then I retire. Not really. After all, the 2005 World Wednesday: 7:00pm - Boys & Girls Club Buying? Auto Wednesday: Championships in Madrid, News Ladies’ Prayer Morning - 10:00am Friday: Spain await.” Dominique 50-Day Adventure: Join us for an eight- Sunday spiritual adventure called ”More Youth Night - 7:30pm continues,”I just think it’s Than Survivors – What it takes to thrive important for people to spiritually”, starting February 22. Saturday: C E N T R E remember their roots and Men’s Prayer Breakfast - 8:00am Deeper Life Meetings with Arnold Cook, (The last Saturday of each month) March 21 to 23. where they came and who For more details call 355-4928. WE offer complete Autobody Morning Out For Moms Repair services. Courtesy cars helped them get to where Upcoming Events • March 3rd - Cake Decorating available and estimates are always they are.” Trevor Baker Concert free! We also do GLASS REPAIRS. Presentation, Cost is $3.00, 9:45am – 11:15am, Babysitting Provided. On Sunday, March 7, 2004 at 6:30pm we Call Brian or Tim • March 17th - Craft- Hummingbird Feeder, Cost is $3.00, 9:45am – 11:15am, No babysitting. For more info, call 355-4511 or visit www.mts.net/~premc. invite you to attend an evening of Country Gospel Music with Trevor Baker. Trevor shares his love for God through his down-to-earth "new country" sound and inspiring lyrics. Come join us and bring your family, friends, and neighbours. See us for competitive mortgage rates and friendly, professional service. at 355 -4163 Income Tax R E T U R N P R E PA R A T I O N PE RSO N AL & SMA LL BUSI NESS VOICE YOUR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE COMMITTEE: NIVERVILLE C R E D I T U N I O N CONFIDENTIAL & PROFESSIONAL SERV I C E President: Doug Reimer Vice President: Randy Wolgemuth Publications: Tim Kroeker LLOYD & MARILYN PLETT Members At Large: Kelly Macdonald, Paul Warkentin, , Michele Kvern AUTOPAC NIVERVILLE BRANCH 388-4747 CALL 355-4263 ACCREDITED Please forward your content suggestions and advertising inquiries to: Cynthia Kroeker at 355-9189. LANDMARK BRANCH 355-4035 Content can also be forwarded by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Canteen CommunityNews Please continue to check your dates and AAA Summer Hockey Landmark will, once again, be host to several fundraiser by paying $25 per shift for each shift opted out of at time of registration. Congratulations to Ray & Audrey Hiebert on the birth of their son, Jesse Edward, the posted schedule for any changes. It is summer teams with our ice extended to mid- May. Congratulations to Russell Trudeau for For contributions to the content of this L&L INSURANCE AGENCY LTD. your responsibility to make sure that your column, contact Stephanie at 355-4838 AUTO • HOME • FARM • COMMERCIAL born on December 28, 2003. earning a spot with the elite Lightning Bolts, assigned shift is covered, or to find your or via email at: email@example.com. Congratulations to Allan & Robyn own replacement. ARENA MANAGEMENT and to Suzanne Cortilet for making the No matter what your insurance “Serving Our Community” Thiessen on the birth of their daughter, Manitoba Mustangs. Good luck to all those Arianna Akeyla Reid, on February 5, 2004. RESERVES THE RIGHT TO MAKE CHANGES TO THE CANTEEN SCHEDULE BASED ON Landmark players still involved in tryouts. SchoolNews needs are, we have the full range of Cheryl Termeer, CAIB Landmark Elementary products and services to set your Broker / Owner GERBRANDT/FREY- Congratulations to ICE SCHEDULING OR NEED. If you are Soccer Sign-up Jessica Gerbrandt, daughter of Len & March 5: Pizza Day mind at ease. Come see us today! Ph: (204) 355-4277 unable to find a replacement from among In order to sign up soccer players for Micro Leona Gerbrandt, on your engagement your own contacts, please call one of the and Mini programs (ages 4 - 8) we need Fax: (204) 355-9544 March 11: Pizza Pop Day to James Frey, son of Steven Frey & Carol following if you wish to hire a replacement: coaches committed. Landmark soccer will pay 214 Main St., Landmark, MB Toll Free: 1-888-669-0133 Barclay. A May 9 wedding is being March 12: Administration Day - Suzanne Cortilet 355-4838, Denise Arcand for coaching clinics. At Mini level, for instance, planned. there are 10 players on a team. We will only No Classes at 355-4337, or Laurie Kutzak at 355-4063. Piano Lessons be signing up enough players to fill teams for March 15: Report Cards Issued Blues Minor Hockey which there are coaches committed. If you March 16: Hepatitis B Immunization - FOR If you are interested in Piano Lessons Congratulations to the seven Peewee are interested in participating in Mini or Micro Grade 4 for fall, 2004, call Darlene at 355-4119. players who represented us so well at this soccer, please contact Bill Rambo about Space is filling up fast. March 17 & 18: Parent/Teacher Interviews year's All Star game in St. Malo. Jesse coaching. Call him at 355-4773. Kinsmen News The second annual Kinsmen Coffee Concert will take place on Saturday, Martens was outstanding and contributed several points towards his team's victory. Kevin Abel & Brendan Chaput each scored Soccer Fees: Micro (4 - 5yrs): $15 ($20 if child is already 6 years old) March 19: March 26: 4:00 - 6:00pm Hot Dog Day Pizza Day SALE March 20th at 7:00 pm at the Collegiate goals in the winning effort and Corbin NOTE: Landmark only, one session per week Last Day of Classes Large Lots on Cul De Sac Gym. This year, up-and-coming singer- Reimer & Justin Wiebe each contributed to songwriter Dale Nikkel will be performing the win with great efforts as well. Carson Mini (6,7,8yrs, by birth year) $35 March 29-Apr. 2: Spring Break Landmark West Side NOTE: Games in Lorette and Landmark April 5: Classes Begin his catchy folk/rock music in support of Cystic Fibrosis Canada. Dale was Penner was great in goal for the second League: (ages 9 - 13) $75 Landmark Collegiate Call 355-4055 period. Congratulations to Suzanne Cortilet NOTE: Games in Landmark, Lorette and nominated for best album at the recent for bringing home the MVP award from Winnipeg. March is a wonderful time of year; not only Prairie Music Awards. Coffee and desserts this year's game! is spring just around the corner, but this part will be served. Tickets are $10.00 and will Annual General Meeting of the school year brings a wonderful amount be available, starting February 23rd from Landmark is proud to be hosting the The Landmark Rec. Association Annual of student activity to the school. Our S3 Kinsmen members, Freedom Foods or by Eastman Bantam B All-Star game at the General Meeting will be held at the Landmark students are busy planning the graduation calling 355-4533. Come out and have end of February. Congratulations to the Collegiate Library April 19. One position on banquet for this year's graduating class. a great time and also support research Bantams who will be playing. the Board of Directors will be up for election. They have chosen a theme, are choosing towards finding a cure for Cystic Fibrosis. For information regarding our board, call CONGRATULATIONS TO THE LANDMARK decorating concepts and are working with Spaghetti Fundraiser ATOM "A"S & BANTAMS FOR WINNING Mike Valks at 355-4891. Remember, this is parents to plan the banquet meal. Only 16 The annual Boys Club Spaghetti Supper THE EASTMAN REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS! your chance to come out and see how we weeks until Grad! March is the height of spend your money and to contribute to the is coming up soon. Watch the bulletin board Good luck to all our players, coaches and basketball season as well. LCI has six teams planning and running of the sports programs. on Main Street for date and time. The parents. Have fun and remember that even playing at the junior and senior high levels, dinner will be held at Prairie Rose EMC. Spring Sports Registration in both boys and girls play. Several of these if we don't finish first, few even make it this far (and you beat Grunthal!). Both Registration for Baseball, Blastball, Softball & teams will be involved in play-off action RecReport Provincial championship tournaments will Soccer will be held Tuesday, March 9 & Thursday, March 11 at the arena from 7:00- beginning with the week of March 8-12. be held the weekend of March 5-8. Even as the basketball season winds down, Ice Rentals 8:30pm. Watch for the registration flyer in our badminton teams are beginning to The Landmark Recreation Association The Atoms are off to Winnipegosis with the mail to confirm fees. For information practice. Finally, a group of S4 students are has some content included in the new scheduled games against Ebb & Flow, regarding Baseball, call Dean Cortilet at 355- beginning involvement in a Philanthropy 101 Looking to Buy, Build or Sell? community website. Check it out at: representing Parkland, at 4:00pm on Friday, 4838. For Soccer information, call Bill Rambo course sponsored by the Loewen Family www.landmarkonline.ca. March 5, and against Cross Lake, at 355-4773, and for information regarding Foundation, in which students are taught Paul Warkentin brings nine years of experience in Softball and Blastball, Call Randy Hepner at Ice Rentals representing Norman, at 10:45am on principles of charitable giving and then the home construction industry to help you make sound 355-9906. Remember, spaces may be limited Any inquiries regarding ice or facility rentals Saturday, March 6. The Bantams will be donate to local charities. What a wonderful decisions regarding your home. He is committed to to preserve best team numbers, so register should be directed to Judy Lesprance at playing off in Treherne with games against early. Late registrations will not be accepted opportunity for our students to be involved attaining your goals and achieving results. 355-4194 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org Pembina Valley at 11:00am on Friday, by the convenors, and should be referred to in the local community. Public Skating March 5 and versus Brandon at 1:00pm on Stephanie Cortilet at 355-4838. 1-800-463-9369 or 989-6900 Please note that Friday, March 12 is an Saturday, March 6. BEST OF LUCK AND email@example.com Public skating is held every Friday from Again this year, you may serve time in the in-service day and there will be no classes. HAVE FUN! “Specializing in Landmark, Rural 4:00 - 5:45pm, and whenever ice is canteen/kiosk to help subsidize the costs of The last day of classes before spring break and Winnipeg Properties” available. To check availability, call the League playoffs will also have started by this the spring programs, but shifts are limited, is Friday, March 26. Students return to school arena at 355-4772. reading-call the rink for times and dates. so register early. You may also opt out of the on Monday, April 5.
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