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Jay Ort -- 4-Time Cross Country Championship Winner

We celebrated a champion this week -- Carman Runner Jay Ort won his 4th consecutive cross country championship, competing at Spruce Woods Provincial Park. He's had quite the high school experience -- his skills have also taken him to national and international competitions, including the Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing China.


Partial Solar Eclipse

Photo by: Adi Loewen

There was a partial solar eclipse Thursday afternoon between 4:00 and 5:00 as the moon passed between the earth and the sun.

Small Business Week -- CAPS Cafe


This is Small business week in Manitoba, and so we've been recognizing some of those community boosters during our mornings with you.  That group included the launch of a small business, CAPS Cafe in the Altona Mall. Shawn and Charis Parago --  will officially open CAPS on Friday October 24th.
Shawn told Al Friesen on the CFAM Morning show how the restaurant is a long time dream of theirs



Post Secondary Education Day

It was billed as a "Post Secondary" Education Day.  A day which allowed students to "check out" presenters from University of Winnipeg, University of Manitoba, Canadian Mennonite University.  Business presence came from organizations like Golden West Radio, and United Transportation Driver Training, represented by President and CEO Fred Hiebert  Fred and Al Friesen sat down with during a break


http://www.uniteddrivertraining.ca/

Farewell to South Central Regional Librarian Liz Forester

A change is on the way at the South Central Regional Library, as Altona Branch Librarian Liz Forester is retiring.  Liz shared the news with the Library Board recently and is planning for a departure before year end.  Liz and Al Friesen sat down to talk about her time leading a community institution and what drew her to the SCRL.

By the way, even after 18 or so years in the Altona Library, despite being in the library all this time, Liz has fallen behind in her reading and is looking forward sitting down with her favourite author, Saskatchewan's W O Mitchell. Thanks for your enthusiasm Liz

 

 

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