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Volume 46 Number 41

29 October 2013

AETE Member to “Walk With the Wounded” to South Pole Weather Tuesday


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Local News Commissionaire of the 2 Month MPs, RCMP Share 3 Resources Polar Trek Part of 4 Promise to Fallen Friend Fall Festive Activities, 5 From PSP/Community Council Health Promotion 5 Honours and Awards 6-7 AETE, MP&EU Test 10 at Cold Lake Think Fire Prevention 12 on Hallowe’en

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Training in Iceland last March simulated conditions the teams can expect in the Antarctic. Jeff Gaye

projects, WWTW shows that so-called “disabled” people Master Corporal Chris are capable of amazing Downey leaves the warmth of accomplishments. Previous expeditions Cold Lake behind him next week and sets out for the have taken participants to the North Pole and to the summit Antarctic. MCpl Downey, of of Mount Everest. MCpl Downey said that Aerospace Engineering Test Establishment, will race to the WWTW participants “can deal South Pole to raise funds and with huge injuries – everything awareness for Walking With from Post Tramatic Stress the Wounded (WWTW), a UK- Disorder to complete blindness based charity for ill and injured to loss of limbs – and still soldiers. He is injured himself, achieve amazing, incredible having survived a bomb blast things.” “And that’s what they’re in Afghanistan in 2010. “WWTW has been around trying to show. The WWTW for four years now,” he said. program is to help wounded “They raise awareness about soldiers go to school, get the wounded and raise funds some training and get back 9 to help the wounded.” Maybe into the work force and be 10 more important, he says, is a contributing member of 11 that through its challenging society.”

MCpl Downey leaves November 5 and the race itself begins November 15. Three teams – one from the UK, one from the US and a joint Canadian/Australian team – will race the 336 kilometres from 87 degrees south latitude to the South Pole. The race will be run over 16 days. Each team member will tow a pulk, a kind of sled, with 160 pounds of food and fuel. Besides the four wounded soldiers, teams include experienced Antarctic guides and a celebrity participant. The Canada/Australia team will be joined by actor Dominic West from the TV series “The Wire.” The US team has Swedish actor Alex Skarsgard and the UK team will be accompanied by Prince Harry (“the big one,”

MCpl Downey says). The celebrity participants help draw attention to the race, but MCpl Downey says when the cameras show up the celebs take a back seat to wounded soldiers. “They could easily use this to promote themselves, but that’s not why they’re there,” he said. Participants will camp along the route though an Icelandic support company, Arctic Trucks, will be within a few hours’ drive of all the teams. Medical support will also be on hand if needed. All funds raised will go directly to helping wounded soldiers, as the costs of the expedition have been covered by corporate sponsors. Please see our feature on MCpl Downey on page 4.

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Cathy Gallant is Commissionaire of the Month

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Commissionaires Cold Lake Region Contract Manager Doug Button presents Commissionaire of the Month Honours to Commissionaire Sergeant Cathy Gallant. Cmre Gallant was chosen from among 800 employees in the Northern Division for the distinction. The Commissionaires augment Military Police personnel to provide important security services to 4 Wing. There are approximately 65 Commissionaires employed at 4 Wing, though in the summer there can be up to 90. Jeff Gaye





Many years ago, when I wore the uniform, I was the kind of guy who was desperately trying to find a nametag or some other accoutrement just before heading out onto the parade square. I tend to misplace things, and all the various insignia were almost too much for my tiny brain to keep track of. For someone like me, I thought a good system would be for recruits’ uniforms to be heavy on the bling. With time in, promotions and notable achievements over a career, one could earn the privilege of taking some insignia down. While a Private’s uniform would be festooned in gold and brass, a highranking highly-honoured member would wear comfy grey sweats and a hockey sweater. Of course, the whole scheme would have

backfired on me. I retired as a Sergeant with only my CD (and first clasp) to tell the story of my distinguished career. I would have gone out of the Forces almost as heavily-laden as when I went in. Several members were recognized at the quarterly Honours and Awards ceremony last week, and they deserve to display their achievements with pride. The medals and decorations awarded – CDs, CD1s, a General Campaign Star bar and a Special Service Medal – convey gratitude for the dedication it takes to serve and to go where one is needed. Certificates of Appreciation, Commendations and Awards of Excellence are specific recognition of achievements and contributions to the Defence Team’s mission. Photos are on pages

6 and 7. Hallowe’en is upon us. Please check out the excellent fire safety tips from the 4 Wing Fire Department, plus the PSP/Community Council decorating contest. Don’t forget the Cold Lake Haunt at Mackenzie Arts and Community Centre October 30 and 31, with proceeds to the Lakeland Humane Society. And Christmas isn’t that far off. With some retailers getting off to a very quick start (August!), it’s worth reading Padre Elisabeth Duggan’s column about 4 Wing’s Christmas Hamper program. Late fall is a great time for the program to launch: let the changing season put you in the mood to give. Beat the Editor: If you can solve the Club 41 Crossword this week, you’ve got me beat. It was the bottom-right corner that did me in.

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MPs, RCMP Share Resources Jeff Gaye RCMP personnel from all over northern Alberta were at 11 Military Police (MP) Flight last week to recertify their Taser qualifications. It’s all part of a spirit of cooperation among police departments says Cpl Jason Riddolls, training officer of 11 MP Flight. “They have to re-qualify every year on the Taser and other equipment,” Cpl Riddolls said, “but they don’t have the same training facilities we have.” It’s part of a two-way street that involves the MPs and various RCMP detachments. Sometimes, said Cpl Riddolls, the MPs will need to process a suspected impaired driver but might not have a qualified breathalyzer operator available.

“We’ll sometimes ask the RCMP if they have a breath tech available,” he said. Because it is important for breathalyzer testing to be conducted promptly, the MPs might request help from the Cold Lake detachment or as far away as Bonnyville. The RCMP will ask the MPs for similar help when needed. The RCMP also ask the MPs to assist them on routine walk-throughs in downtown clubs, especially during Maple Flag when there are a lot of international military personnel in Cold Lake, Cpl Riddolls said. The Taser training last week involved technical aspects of operating the weapon as well as rehearsing different scenarios where the Taser might be used. Cpl Riddolls said

sharing the training facility with the RCMP makes sense for all concerned. “We’re all federal

officers. We have a different mandate but we all deal with the Alberta Traffic Act and the Criminal Code.

Cooperating saves money and it saves on manpower,” Cpl Riddolls said. “All police forces are

trying to save money, and by working together where we can, we know we’ve got each other’s back.”

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Jeff Gaye Master Corporal Chris Downey has a promise to keep, and he will walk to the South Pole to live up to his word. MCpl Downey’s close friend Petty Officer Second Class Douglas Craig Blake was killed by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan in 2010. MCpl Downey was seriously injured by the blast and he is convinced that PO2 Blake, by taking the worst of it, saved his life. MCpl Downey was conscious when he was evacuated to Kandahar Airfield, where he underwent emergency surgery. His first memory after that is awakening three days later in a hospital in Germany, where he learned the extent of his injuries: he had lost his right eye, as well as most of his teeth, gums and much of his jaw; his wrist was severely fractured; he had suffered two aneurysms and a collapsed lung; he had lacerations, burns and shrapnel in most of his face, his right side and his arms and legs; his right ear was almost severed off and his right hand was shattered. “That’s most of it. Most of what I can remember, anyway,” he says. At the same time, he learned that Craig Blake hadn’t survived the explosion. “That’s where I made the promise that has led me to everything I’ve done since,” MCpl Downey says. “I promised Craig that I would not waste a minute of the gift he’d given me.” In August 2012, MCpl Downey received an e-mail from Soldier On, an organization that encourages ill and injured service members and veterans to accept

their “new normal” by adopting an active lifestyle. The e-mail called for volunteers to participate in an Antarctic race under the auspices of Walking With The Wounded (WWTW), a UK-based charity for injured soldiers. “Right off the top it says they’re looking for wounded soldiers to walk 336 kilometres at minus40 degree temperatures, and you’re reading this and you’re like: why not?” MCpl Downey said. “It sounds miserable, but I want to do this!” After a rigorous screening involving lengthy forms and several interviews, three Canadians were invited to participate with British, Australian and American candidates on a three-week exercise in Iceland. Two Canadians were selected for the Commonwealth team (“Team Soldier On”), along with two Australians. The team will race against an American team and a British team, starting at the 87th south parallel and finishing at the South Pole. The race starts November 15 and will take 16 days to complete. MCpl Downey is inspired by his team and his competitors, and hopes he can inspire others in turn. “There’s three reasons why I wanted to participate,” he said. “Not in any order of importance, but firstly it’s an opportunity for myself. I’m a bit of an adrenaline junkie and a bit of an adventure kind of guy so this was way up there on my list.”


Training in Iceland, March 2013. “The second reason is that promise to Craig. So there’s no way I could say no to any opportunity, I have to do it. It’s a chance to truly live it to the max.” “And the third one,” he said, “is the hope to inspire at least one person. Being part of this has got my story spread out all over the world instead of just locally, so there’s more chance of inspiring at least one person to come out of their shell or open the door, go outside, just know that there’s way more out there than what they think.” MCpl Downey has already derived unexpected benefits from the project. When he came back from Afghanistan he may have looked like the same person, but inside, he says, he was not the same at all. “The Chris that left for overseas did not come back. It’s just the way it is,” he said. Throughout this past year of training and preparation, “pieces of me have been coming back. And you can’t put a value on that. It’s not something I expected or something I planned for but it’s massive. There’s no way you can repay

MCpl Chris Downey

PO2 Douglas May 3, 2010.



that or even express how important and how amazing it’s been for me to get those pieces back.” “And that’s going to carry me forever now.” Participants are using the race to raise funds for WWTW and its programs. “It’s important for everybody to know that none of the funds raised go to the actual expedition,” MCpl Downey says. “That’s been covered by corporate sponsors.” The title sponsor, UKbased finance company Virgin Money, has given each participant a website through its charitable foundation Virgin Money Giving. Through their websites, participants can establish their own fundraising goals and make their own appeals to donors.




For each 100 British pounds raised, a participant can dedicate or “name” a kilometre of the race. MCpl Downey’s goal is to raise £15,800. “I chose that amount because we lost 158 men and women in the Afghanistan conflict so I’m trying to have one kilometre named for every single one of them,” he said. “After that – because I will reach my goal – the kilometres will be for all the wounded and all the ones that saved the wounded. Because every one of us that was wounded were saved by people on the ground.” “That’s why I chose that number,” he said, “and that’s the entire plan – minus the last kilometre.” “The last kilometre is mine and Craig’s.”

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Jessica Fisher, Community Recreation Coordinator Personnel Support Programs (PSP) Recreation Department and the Community Council held a fall event at the Mackenzie Arts and Community Centre on Saturday, October 19. Many families came out to participate in the day of festive fun. There was a variety of crafts for all ages to enjoy, as well as decorating some yummy cupcakes into a ghoul or goblin of their choice. Families had an opportunity to show off their creativity and carving skills with our pumpkin carving contest, which turned out to be a whole lot of fun!

It was great to see so many families enjoy the carving and decorating and working as a team. There was a wide variety of pumpkins to judge from spooky, to funny and some very creative ones, too! Choosing just three winning pumpkins was a difficult decision and we would like to thank everyone who participated. The First

Prize winner for the spookiest pumpkin was the Hoy family. The Second Prize winner for the most creative pumpkin was the Naugler family. The Third Prize winner for the fun pumpkin was the Patterson family. The Community Council and PSP Recreation Department would like to congratulate all families

who won. We would also like to remind everyone living in the Residential Housing Units (RHUs) that the Community Council and Recreation Department will be driving through the 4 Wing Community to judge the spookiest and most creatively decorated RHUs on the evening of October 30. Get your spook on!

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Several families came out October 19 to carve pumpkins into jack-o’-lanterns.

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Honours and Awards Canadian Forces Decoration

Canadian Forces Decoration

Canadian Forces Decoration

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MCpl Carreau of 1 AMS receives his CD from LCol Zimmer, A/WComd and WCWO Bob Viel.

Canadian Forces Decoration, First Clasp

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MCpl Yaksich of 1 AMS receives his CD from LCol Zimmer, A/WComd and WCWO Bob Viel.

Sgt Seleski of 1 AMS receives his CD from LCol Zimmer, A/WComd and WCWO Bob Viel.

Special Service Medal (Alert)

First Rotation Bar to General Campaign Star

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Sgt Swansburg of 10 FTTS receives his CD1 from LCol Zimmer, A/WComd and WCWO Bob Viel.

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MCpl Viel of 1 AMS receives her SSM from LCol Zimmer, A/WComd and WCWO Bob Viel.

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Sgt Aubertin receives the EAP Certificate of Appreciation from LCol Zimmer, A/WComd and WCWO Bob Viel.

Alberta Society of Engineering Technologists Silver Jubilee Award

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Cpl Stratton of 409 Sqn receives the ASET Silver Jubilee Award from Ajaz Quraishi, LCol Zimmer, A/WComd and WCWO Bob Viel.

Sgt Bolduc-Grenier of WCE receives his First Bar to the General Campaign Star from LCol Zimmer, A/WComd and WCWO Bob Viel.

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Honours and Awards Wing Commander’s Commendation

Director of Flight Safety Commendation

Wing Commander’s Commendation

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Lt Walsworth of WLE/WCE receives the Wing Commander’s Commendation from LCol Zimmer, A/WComd and WCWO Bob Viel. Lt Walsworth was instrumental in the success of the construction of the Medley Terminal K-50 Loader Storage Facility. He devoted long hours to ensuring the construction team had everything they needed at all times.

Ms Melanie Diamond of Wing Administration receives the Wing Commander’s Commendation from LCol Zimmer, A/WComd and WCWO Bob Viel. Ms Diamond provides world-class service to her clients, her section and the Wing Admin O. She has volunteered to brief Wing personnel on release procedures, and her unmatched determination and expertise make her a positive force at 4 Wing.

Airperson of the Quarter

Airperson of the Previous Quarter

WO (Ret’d) Nunweiler receives the Director of Flight Safety Commendation from LCol Zimmer, A/WComd and WCWO Bob Viel. For the past nine years WO Nunweiler performed superbly as 4 Wing Deputy Flight Safety Officer. He advised numerous WFSOs and mentored countless Wing personnel. His advice has proven instrumental in making 4 Wing and the RCAF Flight Safety program exceptional and robust.

Civilian of the Quarter

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Cpl Chartrand of WLE/WTIS receives Airperson of the Quarter honours from LCol Zimmer, A/WComd and WCWO Bob Viel. Cpl Chartrand applied creative thinking and an understanding of asset management to create and develop a new IT Management Data Retrieval System at 4 Wing. The tremendous success of this application speaks volumes for Cpl Chartrand’s exceptional dedication, initiative and creativity.

MCpl MacLean of W Ops receives Airperson of the Quarter (April to June 2013) honours from LCol Zimmer, A/WComd and WCWO Bob Viel. MCpl MacLean showed unparalleled professionalism in his role as instructor at 4 Wing Readiness Training Flight. Upon finding himself the only full-time instructor, MCpl MacLean identified and mobilized available resources, and took on increased personal responsibilities to maintain IBTS training at 4 Wing. His ethics, leadership and perseverance were instrumental in 4 Wing’s achievement of its mandate.

Team of the Quarter

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Mr Chris Smithers of WLE Refueling section receives the Civilian of the Quarter Award from LCol Zimmer, A/WComd and WCWO Bob Viel. Mr Smithers is a role model within the Refueling Section. He provides accurate advice on policy and safety and mentors young members into confident and efficient operators. Mr Smithers is a driving force behind the Refueler of the Quarter award, which builds pride and morale within the section. His dedication and professionalism contribute to the success of 4 Wing operations.

Wing Commander’s Commendation Captain Shaw of 431 (AD) Sqn Moose Jaw Administration was awarded the Wing Commander’s Commendation by 4 Wing Commander Col Patrice Laroche. Capt Shaw is an exceptionally dedicated and professional Administration Officer. His ability to lead a small Admin team in support of the Snowbird Detachment over seven months across North America is a testament to his skills and motivation. He is an excellent example for his peers. CWO Viel accepted on Capt Shaw’s behalf and will forward the Commendation to him.

Members, Businesses and Cold Lake Area Residents: Please note that wreaths and crosses for the Remembrance Day Ceremony can be ordered from the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 211. Prices range from $13.00 to $125.00. Wreaths and crosses will be placed during the Remembrance Day Ceremony, 11 November 2013.

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WTIS Airfield Maintenance Section receives Team of the Quarter honours from LCol Zimmer, A/WComd and WCWO Bob Viel. Sgt Morgan, MCpl Ouelette, MCpl Perry, Cpl Briand, Cpl Doiron and Cpl Euteneier were awarded Team of the Quarter in recognition of their superior dedication and teamwork in maintaining critical airfield systems. Their exceptional performance through periods of reduced manning directly contributed to the success of fighter operations at 4 Wing.

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Angel Tree that will be put up in the Canex. This was done in years past and we thought it was time to welcome it back! The Angel Tree will be put up in November. On the tree there will be tags with the age of a child along with a recommendation of three gifts. You take a tag from the tree, fill out your information to put in a box nearby and purchase a gift for that child. This is a great way to get in the holiday season, so PRODUCER


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Chapel Life Programming All local military/DND and visiting military/ DND personnel and their families are welcome and encouraged to join our opportunities of worship, social events, and charitable service activities. St. Mark’s Ladies Guild and St. Mark’s Men’s Fellowship are always open to receiving new members. • Men’s Monthly Fellowship Breakfast, last Saturday of the month 8:30 am, September to May. • Military Christian Fellowship, Wednesdays 11:30 am - 1:00 pm, September to June.

or myself to maintain confidentiality of recipients. Those who do not have access to the email may speak with Padre Hubbard or me to request a hamper. Our contact information is found at the bottom of this page. Everything else remains the same when it comes to the Christmas Hampers. Each unit has its own Christmas Hamper Representative who can provide you information on how to

Padre’s Corner

St. Mark’s Protestant Chapel Sacraments For information on Spiritual guidance, Baptism, or to register for Marriage Preparation Courses call the office. You must register six months in advance and please note that marriage preparation is required. Funerals and memorial services can be requested by first contacting our Administrative Assistant.

look for the Angel Tree in the Canex sometime by the middle to end of November. When we launch the Christmas Hampers, a base-wide email will be sent with information on how to register for a hamper. All military members in need (single, m a r r ied /com mon-l aw, with or without children) are encouraged to apply for a hamper. All completed registration forms are to be sent via email to Padre Hubbard

Sunday Service

10:30 am Divine Worship Communion - 1st Sunday of the month Sunday School - September to June

Chaplains - Protestant

Padre William Hubbard (Anglican) ........... 8165 Padre Henry Hoy (Anglican) .................... 7975 Padre Steeve Arseneau (Alliance) .............. 7716

Holy Name Roman Catholic Chapel [Corner of Kingsway and Queensway] Sacraments

Sunday Eucharist

11:00 am in English Children’s Liturgy - September to June

Chaplains - Roman Catholic

Padre Marian Korzeniowski ..................... 8170 Padre Elisabeth Duggan CLC .....................8169

Administrative Assistant: Nicole Laframboise..….....................7969 You may call her for more information or to register. [Our offices are located in Building 115 next to the CFHA.]

help. For those who are able to help, please give generously. Without your support, many of our fellow brothers and sisters would go without this holiday season. So in advance I want to thank everyone for their support of this great initiative on our base. We are all part of the RCAF Family (even if we wear an army or navy uniform) united together to serve our country and build a better future for ourselves and others.

Information on Baptism, 1st Reconciliation, 1st Communion, Confirmation, Holy Matrimony, Holy Orders/Ordination, or Sacrament of the Sick, you may contact any of the RC chaplains or the Administrative Assistant. A pre-matrimony (marriage) course is mandatory with a minimum of six months - preferably one year - notice prior to the intended wedding date. Sacrament/Anointing of the Sick or Sacrament of Reconciliation can be at any opportunity upon request to a priest. Funerals and memorial services can be requested by first contacting our Administrative Assistant.

Chapel Life

All local RC military/DND and visiting RC military/ DND personnel and their families are welcome and encouraged to join our opportunities of worship, social events, and charitable service activities. Catholic Women’s League and Knights of Columbus are always open to receiving new members. Additionally, confidential pastoral counselling in regard to personal faith, family, or employment related matters can be available upon request/appointment.

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Thursdays 7 pm - 9 pm

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The Beehive Thrift Shop is now open in their new location behind the Expressmart Convenience Store and Gas Bar. We accept customer items on consignment; we gladly accept donations. Profits go back into the community. Phone 780-840-8000 ext. 4056

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AETE, MP&EU Test Auroras at Cold Lake 2Lt Mat Strong, d/WPAO Members of 14 Wing Greenwood’s Maritime Proving and Evaluation Unit (MP&EU) visited the Aerospace Engineering Test Establishment last

week to evaluate the capabilities of their upgraded block 3 CP-140 Auroras. Their work will go toward developing a training program for all current and future Aurora crew members operating the block

3 aircraft. Cpl John Provost, MCpl The visit enabled Ken Moore, MCpl Mike them to take advantage Kelly, MCpl Dave Murray, of the simulated threats MWO Dave MacCleod, and vast space within the Capt Lara Jennings, Maj Cold Lake Air Weapons Angie Thomas, Capt Sly Range. Jacob, WO Pat Henry, The visiting members Capt Rolf Hippman and were Maj Al Harvey, Sgt Kevin Hape.


Cold Lake Help Wanted

Looking for energetic people to work as food counter supervisors. Applicant must be available for mornings, evenings, weekends and holiday shifts. Starting wage is $13.00/hr Must have 18 months food service experience. Apply in Person with resume to Phil at 5002-55 Street

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Cold Lake Help Wanted Looking for energetic people to work as food counter attendants. Applicant must be available for mornings, evenings, weekends and holiday shifts. Starting wage is $11.25/hr Apply in Person with resume to Phil at 5002-55 Street

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Starting 38,000/yr Minimum 3-5 years experience. Must be available days, nights and weekends. Apply in person or by resume to Gerbenco Holdings Ltd. o/a McDonalds Restaurant 4208 50 St. Cold Lake, AB T9M 1S6 Fax: 780-594-6633 [email protected]

$13.50/hr for 40 hours per week Minimum 1-2 years experience. Must be available days, nights and weekends. Apply in person or by resume to Gerbenco Holdings Ltd. o/a McDonalds Restaurant 4208 50 St. Cold Lake, AB T9M 1S6 Fax: 780-594-6633 [email protected]

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HELP WANTED Food Service Counter Attendants & Kitchen Helpers Full-Time $11.40/hr Must have anytime availability (including overnights, weekends and on-call) Part-Time $10.00/hr Must be 15 years or older, available weekends and holidays Apply in person or by resume to Gerbenco Holdings Ltd. o/a McDonalds Restaurant 4208 50 St. Cold Lake, AB T9M 1S6 Fax: 780-594-6633

McDonalds Cold Lake

HELP WANTED Restaurant Manager Starting 40,000/yr Minimum 3-5 years experience. Must be available days, nights and weekends. Apply in person or by resume to Gerbenco Holdings Ltd. o/a McDonalds Restaurant 4208 50 St. Cold Lake, AB T9M 1S6 Fax: 780-594-6633 [email protected]

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The Aurora team from MP&EU, 14 Wing Greenwood while visiting AETE in Cold Lake.

Both Branches of the Cold Lake Public Libray will be closed for Remembrance Day, Monday, November 11th. Books on Wheels The Cold Lake Public Library offers a Books on Wheels service to Cold Lake Lodge, Points West and Cold Lake Long Term Care every other Wednesday. We offer books, books on CD and movies. If you know someone who could benefit from this service, please call 780-5947425 for more information. Our Annual Family Christmas Celebration has been set for Saturday, December 7. Theme to be announced. Author Visit The Northern Lights Library System is pleased to sponsor Eileen Schuh at the Grand

Centre Branch on November contact Mary Anne Penner 25 at 6:00 pm. She has at 780-594-8828 for more published two novels in information. The public is her young adult series, The welcome to attend. Traz and Fatal Error, as well Teen Tech Squad as an adult Sci-Fi novella *Please note new hours!!! Schrodinger’s Cat. Everyone Teen Tech Squad is a teen is welcome to attend. led computer tech program Friends of the Cold Lake held at the Grand Centre Public Library Branch that experiments Urgently Needed with a variety of interesting Any member of the Cold technologies and software. Lake Public Library may be At Teen Tech Squad a member of the Friends. everyone is welcome to There is no membership share their knowledge of fee. All that is required is computer technologies or an interest in the library, the knowledge of computer willingness to share creative programs you come across! ideas and the initiative to Ages 12 to 18 on Tuesdays undertake projects which from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. will help fund projects in Book Club the library. The Friends meet Discussing: The Friday Night the third Thursday of the Knitting Club by Kate Jacobs month at 1:30 pm in the on Tuesday, November 19. Grand Centre Branch. Please Coffee and snacks provided.

Books are available to pick up at the Grand Centre Branch. You are welcome to join us even if you didn’t get a chance to read the book. No registration necessary. Early Christmas Flea Market & Clothing Sale Proceeds from Clothing go to “Because I’m a Girl.” Date: Saturday, November 16 from 10:00 am to 3:30 pm. Proceeds from Library Table go to buy new Library CD’s. Book a Table by November 13 at the Grand Centre Branch. $10.00 per table. Donations accepted at either branch. Or you can donate stuff for our Library Table. Donations of clothes are also accepted for the “Because I’m a Girl” fundraiser.

Grand Centre Branch: 5513 B 48th Ave. 780-594-5101

Harbour View Branch: 1301 8th Ave. 780-639-3967

Monday & Wednesday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Tuesday & Thursday: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm Friday: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Saturday: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Sunday: Closed

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55. Someone no longer popular (hyphenated) 59. Persian, e.g. 60. Athletic supporter? 63. Difficulty being controlled 66. Dissolute man 67. ___ vera 68. Medicinal plant 69. Aims 70. Pipe problem 71. “Animal House” party wear DOWN 1. Fix, in a way 2. Bang-up (2 wds) 3. Rapid series of ascending or descending notes 4. Order between “ready” and “fire” 5. Never-ending story 6. Intricate network of parts 7. A hand 8. The Amish, e.g. 9. Part of a trap set (2 wds) 10. Plump 11. Messy dresser 12. Six-stringed instrument 13. Corn ___ 18. Sylvester, to Tweety 19. ___ v. Wade

24. Bigger than big 25. River that flows through Washington, D.C. 27. Ejected from the mouth (archaic) 28. Kind of line 30. Boy 32. Growing pale from lack of light 33. Hike 34. Subdues, with “down” 36. Fleeting 38. Biologist who studies organisms and their environment 41. Abbr. after a name

42. Barber’s job 47. Tramps 49. Loud, shrill cry 52. “___ Town Too” (1981 hit) 54. Hangup 55. Bring on 56. Soon, to a bard 57. Gulf war missile 58. “Blue” or “White” river 61. “Empedocles on ___” (Matthew Arnold poem) 62. Nestling falcon 64. ___ few rounds (2 wds) 65. “Seinfeld” uncle

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HOROSCOPES Capricorn - December 22 - January 19 Going green at home puts more green in your pocket. Use the surplus to keep the momentum going, Capricorn. Whispers at the office get louder. Aquarius - January 20 - February 18 Dashes of yellow remind you of the importance of a positive outlook. Cheer up, Aquarius. Life will get better. A fitness goal is reached ahead of schedule. Pisces - February 19 - March 20 You’re back in the black and it’s time to celebrate, Pisces. Invite some pals over for a takeout feast. A relative meddles a little too much. Aries - March 21 - April 19 Feeling blue, Aries? You won’t be for long, as old friends and new drop by. Put out the welcome mat and prepare to have a ball. An email clues you in. Taurus - April 20 - May 20 Life these days is like looking at the world through rose-colored glasses. Everything is good, Taurus, even the not-so-good. A project ends with a flourish. Gemini - May 21 - June 21 Very few things in life are black and white. Usually there’s some gray, particularly with an issue at the office. There is much work left to do, Gemini. Cancer - June 22 - July 22 Red faces alert you to the frustration growing at work. Resolve it now, Cancer. Pops of scarlet here and there in the home decor lift spirits. Leo - July 23 - August 22 Golden moments come only once, Leo. Make this one a memory for years to come. An idea has potential but requires more research in order to pan out. Virgo - August 23 - September 22 Colour you happy this week, Virgo, as old goals are reached and new ones are made. An orange gelatin dish brings back many fond memories. Libra - September 23 - October 22 A senior makes remarkable strides. Take them out to lunch to celebrate, Libra. The moody blues lift at home with a gift of green. Scorpio - October 23 - November 21 A youngster is pretty in pink and it would pay for you to notice, Scorpio. Ties once thought broken are stronger than ever. A friend returns a favor. Sagittarius - November 22 - December 21 A brief glance at the brown foliage outside reveals your inner state. You’ll be feeling pretty blah until a blast from the past returns. Enjoy, Sagittarius.


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Think Fire Prevention on Hallowe’en 4 Wing Fire Department The 4 Wing Fire Department and the National Fire Protection Association remind parents and children that it’s important to think of fire safety at Hallowe’en. These safety tips will help make Hallowe’en fun, spooky and safe: • When choosing a

costume, stay away from billowing or long trailing fabric. If children are wearing masks, make sure the eye holes are big enough that they can see out. • Provide children with flashlights or glow sticks for lighting. • Dried flowers, cornstalks and crepe paper are highly flammable. Keep these

and other decorations away from all open flames and heat sources including light bulbs and heaters. • It is safest to use a flashlight or batteryoperated candle in a jacko’-lantern. If you use a real candle, use extreme caution. Watch children at all times when candles are lit. When lighting candles in a jack-o’-lantern, use

long fireplace matches or a utility lighter. Be sure to place lit pumpkins well away from anything that can burn and far enough out of the way of trick-ortreaters, doorsteps and walkways. • Remember to keep doorways clear of decorations so nothing blocks escape routes. • Tell children to stay away from open

flames. Be sure they know treaters, whose costumes how to stop, drop and roll may brush against the if their clothing catches lighting. fire. • If your children • Use flashlights go to Hallowe’en parties instead of candles at others’ homes, have or torchlights when them look for a way out decorating walkways of a home and plan how or yards. They are they would get out in an much safer for trick-or- emergency.

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