MCC Mobile Meat Cannery


Each year since 1946, MCC has sent out a mobile meat cannery, which MCC workers and volunteers use to preserve hundreds of thousands of cans of meat for communities in need across the globe...Last year's supply went to feed the hungry in North Korea, Haiti, with over 2000 kilograms distributed locally. Al Friesen stopped in for the final batches of canned pork, and the dedication service.



{VIDEO} Parkside School Parent Council Fundraiser Kick Off

Every school year the Parkside Parent Council...along with the help of the students...raise funds to purchase something needed in the school that will benefit the children. The staff provide a "wish list" of items and the Parent Council chooses items from this list to purchase. This year the funds raised will be used to purchase equipment for Band, Choir and Drama. All the children are involved in one or more of these areas, so they all benefit. The Parent Council will also continue to support the Breakfast program provided at the school every morning.
For just $25 you will receive 12 valuable coupons to use at various businesses around Altona and area in the year 2015. There is also a draw ticket that can be filled out and entered for a Samsung Tablet at a participating business. This draw will be made at the School Spring Concert in May 2015.
The Parkside School children began selling the coupon folders Nov 20th....which would make an awesome Christmas gift!!!
Please support our kids in their efforts and help us to patronize not only the businesses that have a coupon in the folder, but also our generous sponsors that have placed ads in the folder. We have received overwhelming support from the businesses in our area!!

Supplied by Parkside Parent Council with media partner Pembina Valley Online and CFAM

7th Annual Delkalb Super Spiel

World Class Curling..........Small Town Hospitality

That's on show this weekend in Morris and Rosenort at the Dekalb Super Spiel.  It's the 7th Super Spiel which is boasting increased team entries and an overall prize pot of almost 70 thousand dollars.  Jayme Giesbrecht was amoung the crowd in Rosenort which showed off curling in the Rosenort Arena for the very first time.  She was welcome by "non-radio" Al Friesen, who helped coordinate the volunteer team in Rosenort

You can find out more information, including ticket options at


{VIDEO} Cottonwood Community Drama: Pollyanna



Lebanon Pastor Speaks at Canadian Food Grains Bank Banquet

Manitoba Farmers and Canadian Food Grains bank supporters had a chance to get a perspective of one of our world's current tragedies, and at the same time, hear from someone who experiences first hand, the good work being done by Canadian Food Grains Bank.  Jihad Haddad, is a pastor in a church in Lebanon. Canadian Food Grains Bank invited him to Canada to speak at a series of banquets to tell us how the money is used that the grow projects raise. Jihad also joined the CFAM Morning show

Jahid's presentations included events, Tuesday in Winkler at the Winkler Mennonite Church, Wednesday in Winnipeg at the Fort Garry Fellowship Church and Thursday in Brandon at Bethel Christian Assembly


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