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GRAND OPENING SALE Oakley, RayBan, Polo, Dolce & Gabbana, Coach & MoreDr. GARY Wetmore optometrist780.875.6234Direct Billing Available Located at Wayside Plaza #5 5405 44th Street, Lloydminster, ABOctober 16, 2017VERMILION’S ONLY LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED FURNITURE STORELocated In the Sears building Main Street, Vermilion (780)853-5355CHRISTINA’S FURNISHINGVolume XIII-Issue 691DYNASTY PALLISER SEALY SPRING WALL ARAAMC H R I S T I N A’ S F U R N I S H I N GC H R I S T I N A’ S F U R N I S H I N GCHRISTINA’S FURNISHING- Buy One pair 30% off - Get Second pair 40% off on all frames with lens purchaseOctober is Breast Cancer Awareness vermilionvoice@gmail.comCanskate Children Take To The IceEmily Bodurka enjoyed skating at the Vermilion Stadium on October 10. Photo Angela MoulyAngela Mouly ReporterThe Vermilion Skating Club hosted their first day of Canskate and PreCanskate lessons on October 10. Sixty-five skaters are registered with 14 being Pre-Canskate, 15 Canskate, 12 Starskate, two Adult skaters and 22 Power skaters. “We are thrilled for the new season that is underway; we have Rebecca Zajic coaching again and Ashton Stieb from Mar wayne who is also joining her. We look forward to the next five months watching everyone grow and develop stronger each day!” said Paige Jaremco, Vermilion Skating Club president. The Vermilion Skating Club will still be taking registrations until November and again in January for the second half of the season. To register you can Children learning to skate at the Vermilion Stadium on October 10. Photo Shawna Chernichen visit YOUR CALENDARJ.R. ROBSON FALL SUPPER October 19, 2017 - Two Sittings 5:30 PM & 6:30 PM Tickets available from J. R. Robson or any volleyball player Adults $12.00 Gr. 1-6 Students and Seniors 60+ $10.00 Family of adults and school aged children $40.00Banner space provided byCrossroads Funeral Chapel (Creech’s Crematorium Ltd.)2LOCAL NEWSThe Vermilion Voice | October 16, 2017OCTOBER 15 - 21! Submit your name and information using the link below and you’ll be entered in our iPad giveaway!Shawna ChernichenFire Safety Storytime At The Libraryfire prevention week. Two books were read, one by Vermilion Public Library On October 14 the Vermilion Library Program Coordinator, Sheila Heit and hosted ‘Sound the Alarm’, a fire safety the other by students from Lakeland themed stor y time in recognition of College’s Firefighter Training program. ReporterApproximately 48 children and adults attended. The audience engaged in a question and answer session with Vermilion firefighter Derek Krys and the firefighter students.There was a demonstration of dressing in fireman’s gear followed by children dressing up as well. After storytime everyone headed over to the Vermilion fire hall for a tour.Children try on fire fighting gear at the Vermilion Library Fire Safety Storytime event as part of fire prevention week. Photos Shawna ChernichenlrlHolistic Alternative Consults, Therapies, Homeopathic, Supplements And more Save 25% per tire on selected Goodyear tires from September 15 - October 28, 2017. See in-store for details.Are you sick and tired of being tired? Are you suffering from joint or muscular pain?VERMILION 4704 - 41 Street 780.853.6470 Receive a 25% discount per tire on selected Goodyear tires from September 15, 2017 to October 28, 2017. Per tire discount applicable on our Every Day Pricing (EDP). Not valid for Goodyear National Accounts. Inventory may vary by location. All applicable taxes (i.e.: GST, PST, HST and tire taxes) are extra. ®™ Trademarks of AIR MILES International Trading B.V. Used under license by LoyaltyOne Inc, and Goodyear Canada Inc. Fountain Tire is licensed by AMVIC in Alberta. See in-store for complete details.Are you complaining of symptoms with no diagnosis?5016B - 49 Ave, Vermilion780-853-0409LOCAL NEWSOctober 16, 2017 | The Vermilion VoiceYOU’RE LOOKING AT THE WORLD’S SMALLEST3You won’t just love the discretion of Moxi™ Fit R hearing aids, you’ll love how easy they are too. Simply charge them overnight to be ready for conversations all day. And if you ever forget to charge, you can swap in traditional zinc-air batteries, so you’re never without power.RECHARGEABLE HEARING AIDS. One battery. Thousands of conversations. © 2017 Unitron. All rights reserved. Moxi Fit R is the smallest rechargeable hearing instrument in the world based on exterior dimensions, compared to other products in its class.VERMILION UPCOMING CLINICS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19 & NOVEMBER 2AT VERMILION SENIOR CENTER (5324- 50 AVE)780-875-4884 888-871-4884Like Us On Facebook 3801B – 51 Ave, Lloydminster, AB WWW.COOLIDGEHEARING.CALiving Well CampaignHeather MacMillan SubmittedCornerstone Co-op is proud to s u p p o r t t h e Ve r m i l i o n & D i s t r i c t H o u s in g Foun d at i o n’s Li v in g We ll Campaign with a $10,000 donation whic h g oes toward s the Vermilion Valley Lodge’s modernization project. Co-op values our seniors as pioneers in what our community has become and the contributions they continue to make. General Manager Graham Getz said, “We are proud that we are a Cornerstone of our Communities and this investment illustrates that. This is a great community initiative for Cornerstone Co-op to support and shows our level of commitment to our local members and communities for decades and generations to come.” Living Well Campaign Volunteer Dave Eremko and Cornerstone Co-op’s General Manager Graham Getz. Photo SubmittedMeet Your CandidateAngela Mouly ReporterApproximately 100 people attended the Meet Your Candidate luncheon hosted by Lakeland Mall on October 12. Members of the community were thrilled to have the opportunity to askcandidates questions and get to know them in a relaxed environment. Vermilion Pizza provided Samosas and water, while people enjoyed snacking as they visited. According to Vermilion Pizza manager, Syed Shah, the event allowed them toshow off some of their specialty items. “We would like to thank the community for their support. In business, we have to think about our community, and not just ourselves,” said Shah.As for direction for Vermilion Town Council, Shah suggested that another grocer y option such as No Frills or Walmar t would be a benefit to the community.3rd Annual Event200 Booths One Stop Christmas Shopping Crafts / Retail / Antiques/ Food Court / Christmas Baking Olaf-Friday, Sunday Minion-Saturday Remembrance Day-last Post And Minute Of Silence Servus Sports Centre - 5202 12th St. Lloydminster, Alberta Nov. 10, 10am - 9pm • Nov. 11, 10am - 6pm • Nov. 12, 10am - 4pm$5 ENTRANCEFrom left, Candidate for Mayor Kirby Whitlock, with John Jorgensen, and Werner Park at Lakeland Mall on October 12. Photo Angela MoulyBeauti-Tone Interior Velvet On For $25.97 Reg $37.99For more info 780.847.2424 debra Look us up on FacebookDO1025 - 2nd Avenue, WainwrightTel: (780) 842-6111JeepVC17302017 Jeep Cherokee Limited 4x42017 Jeep Cherokee Limited 4x4SafetyTec Group, Leather, Luxury Group, Hitch, NAVLeather, Remote Start, Back-up Camera, BluetoothgSale Starts On October 21 And Ends October 26Gibsons Home Hardware780.205.3750 mistletoemagic@hotmail.comVC1727dEnter Customers Drawsee g dDO$6,941 $43,915SAVINGS -JeepDemo Special - $36,974 We deal with all the competitive banksON THE SPOT FINANCING OACe Jp e$40,335$6,451 Demo Special - $33,884 SAVINGS -4524 RAILWAY AVENUE780-853-4701www.vermilionchrysler.ca4LOCAL NEWSThe Vermilion Voice | October 16, 2017First United Church Fall Tea And Bake SaleOn October 14 many gathered at the Vermilion First United Church for the annual fall tea and bake sale. The event was hosted by the United Church Women who served tea and pie along with selling baked goods at the bake sale. Photos Shawna ChernichenLoen Fahselt, Alberta Weatherall and Anges Derksen enjoy tea and pie at the fall tea and bake sale.Fun Rodeo From left, Lakeland College students Skye Denham, Cheyenne Hagen, and Kaycie Conrad competed in the Rescue Race at the Fun Rodeo held in Vermilion on October 11. It was Lakeland College’s second Fun Rodeo of the year, and included pole bending, tie-down roping, break-away roping, goat tying, barrel racing, rescue race, and team roping events. Rough stock events were omitted until ongoing renovations are complete. Kacie Conrad said, “The Fun Rodeos give students a chance to practice, make a bit of extra money, as well as provide an opportunity to bring us all together as a group.” Photos Angela MoulyCOUNTY OF VERMILION RIVER LAND USE BYLAW NO. 13-14NOTICE OF DECISION OF DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY District: Agriculture Discretionary Use Permit No.: 329329-17-D0062 Location: NE-13-50-7-W4; 502066 Range Road 70 Use Approved: Placement of 1,064 sq. ft. mobile home for Residential Use Date of Notice: October 16, 2017 Permit Valid on: October 30, 2017 A Development Permit for a discretionary use does not take effect until fourteen (14) days after the date of this notice provided that no appeals have been registered with this office. Any person affected by a development permit for a discretionary use may appeal the decision in writing stating reasons for the appeal along with a four hundred ($400.00) dollar appeal fee. The appeal must be submitted within fourteen (14) days of notice to the Secretary of the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board of the County of Vermilion River. Roger Garnett Planning & Development Authoritywww.vermilion-river.comGET YOUR VEHICLE WINTER READY @ VERMILION CHRYSLER WINTER CAR CARE TIP Have the battery and charging system checked for optimum performance. Cold weather is hard on batteries.PEACE OF MIND INSPECTION STARTING AT $79.95CALL TO SCHEDULE YOUR APPOINTMENT TODAY! MON - FRI 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM COMPLIMENTARY WINTER BATTERY CHECK The cold weather will reduce your battery capacity. Inspection includes battery, terminals and fluid, which help you make sure your car is ready for the winter!780-853-47014524 RAILWAY AVENUE@vermilionriverContestant participating in the goat tying event at the Fun Rodeo.October 16, 2017 | The Vermilion VoiceLorna Hamilton EditorThis week is Small Business Week, and in conjunction with that the Vermilion Chamber is holding the Small Business Awards Gala and the Vermilion Voice would like to take this opportunity to congratulate all the nominees.EDITORIALSmall Business WeekSmall Business Week is not just about attending a fancy gala and getting nominated by your peers; it is also a week to celebrate all the small businesses in our community. Vermilion has a number of small businesses, and while it does continue to grow each year, we do lose businesses as well. It is extremely important to support our LOCAL businesses as much as humanly possible. I understand it is not always possible to geteverything you may need here, but if we don’t support the businesses we do have they may be forced to close their doors, and that in itself would be a disaster; as we would then be forced to travel elsewhere for the services we could once obtain within our community. Over the last couple years the increase in thefts and break-ins in our community has definitely spiked, and while I can not specifically say the cause of such activi-5ties (I do have my suspicions), I find it very disturbing and feel as though we need to become a more vigilant and proactive community. Just in the past couple of weeks I have heard of at least four break-ins to our local businesses, if you are out and about and see anything that looks in the slightest bit suspicious contact the RCMP and report it! We need to fight back and not let these criminals to harm our businesess or community!4-H Light Horse ClubOn October 15, Chelsea Hinton practices her ground work at the first mounted 4-H Light Horse activity. The plan for the day was getting to know your horse and setting goals for the year.Olivia Elder and Jordynn Wowk learn to keep record books as part of 4-H Light Horse. Photos Shawna ChernichenOckerman Angus Customer Appreciation Day And SaleOckerman Angus SubmittedOn October 1 Ockerman Angus in Dewberry hosted their annual customer appreciation day. This day provides a chance for Ockerman angus to show their past bull buyers, prospect buyers and people interested to view the Red anguscattle and the group of 2018 bull calves and heifer calves. The sale this year consisted of five heifers and viles of semen off one of Ockerman angus top herd sire. The sale ran this year through in a horse style race all based online from September 29 - October 1. Even thoughthe day was filled with rain there was a crowd of 20 people who enjoyed the BBQ at noon and looked at the sale cattle that were on display. Ockerman Angus would like to thankPET OF THE WEEK BANDITThis bundle of energy is Bandit. Bandit absolutely loves to be outside running and playing. As long as he has a toy, he can entertain himself for hours. Bandit is only 6 months old, so he still has some growing to do. He is also a very excitable pup. Therefore, he requires a home that is willing to do some training to help him grow in to a well-mannered dog. However, he is very intelligent and willing to please, so with a bit of patience and the right motivation, we know that Bandit will learn quickly. If you are looking for a lovable dog to add some extra zest to your life, then you just have to meet Bandit. Stop by the SPCA and say hi to him today. www.lloydminsterspca.comSponsored By The Vermilion VoicePhoto SubmittedVERMILION VOICEwww.vermilionvoice.comall the buyers, people who were interested on and off social media and for all those who assisted to make the day a success and were able to come out to the customer appreciation day.PresentsSTEVE POLTZ in concertSaturday, Oct. 21st 8:00 PMVermilion Legion Hall Tickets $20 / Vermilion Credit Union or at the door.Open Potluck 6:30 PMBring plates, cutlery and a food item to share.CLASSVermilion River Learning 5006-50 Ave., Vermilion, AB T9X 1A2 Phone: 780-853-6305 Fax: 780-853-5426 Email: Your only local independent newspaper. Proudly serving Vermilion and area since 2004.Publisher: Susan ChikieANNUAL GENERAL MEETING THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2017 7:00 PMEditor: Lorna HamiltonFIRESIDE ROOM AT VERMILION LAKELAND COLLEGEPhotographer / Reporter: Lorna Hamilton, Angela Mouly, Shawna ChernichenSupport lifelong learning by becoming a Society MemberThe publication of letters to the editor is at the discretion of the editor and the publisher. Letters to the editor should be under 500 words and in good taste. They should also include your name and phone number for verification purposes. Letters that do not include a name, address and phone number will not be published, although we will respect requests for anonymity. Letters to the Editor may be edited for clarity. The opinions expressed in letters to the editor are not necessarily shared by the Vermilion Voice.Graphic Design: Amr Rezk, Shawna ChernichenThe Vermilion Voice is copyrighted and may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the express written consent of the publisher.Sales: Susan Chikie, Lorna Hamilton, Shawna Chernichen(Membership $10)For Information Call780-853-2000COLUMNIST6The Vermilion Voice | October 16, 2017Capsule WardrobeDawn Hames ColumnistWith the snow, and shift in temperatures, it ’s time to put our summer clothes away, and transition into fall and winter. We live in a country that not only requires four different seasons of clothing, but our wardrobe must provide us with the ability to dress to meet the extreme variations in temperature within each season. Welcome to Alberta, where if you don’t like the weather, don’t worry, it will probably change in a few hours. I often hear people say that they don’t know how to dress, which really means that, they have no idea if how they are dressed in the morning will still suit their needs later on in the day, as the weather changes. The solution is often to think layers, in clothing choices, as the seasons shift. All of these different seasons and temperatures of ten means that we acquire a lot of clothes. The changing ofthe season is also a perfect time to do a wardrobe purge and re-vamp. While I am not a big fan of the mantra, if you haven’t worn it for six months; then throw it away, but I do think that there are times that we do need to go through our closets, to devise the best possible working wardrobe for the upcoming season. Putting a great wardrobe together is often based on having core neutral pieces. The choice of these pieces will depend on if your job requires you to dress professionally, or if you can dress casually. We usually need to have a mix of casual, business and dressy attire in our wardrobe. There is a concept called a capsule wardrobe, which is a great starting place when pulling your wardrobe together. A capsule wardrobe is designed to provide all your dressing needs with as few as 22 pieces, yet because these pieces are carefully chosen, the combination can yield you over 80 different outfits. Some of the pieces, such as blue jeans and dress slacks will cross into all seasons, while others such as a wintercoat will only be used for five-seven months, we hope no longer! Here are a sample fall and winter capsule wardrobe. 1.) dressy coat 2.) casual coat 3.) blue jeans 4.) black jeans 5.) black blazer 6.) black dress pants 7.) white shirt 8.) white t-shirt 9.) black pencil skirt 10.) 11.) little black dress 12.) dressy black top 13.) longer cardigan in black 14.) cardigan in grey or light tone 15.) long sleeved top in black 16.) black tunic in desired length 17.) tunic in a favorite colour in plain or print. 17.) shirt or sweater in a second favorite colour in plain or print. 18.) tank top in black 19.) tank top in white or a colour 20.) dress to wear to a wedding or other special events 21.) black leggings 22.) additional sweater, shirt, skirt or pants to suit your lifestyle in a colour of your choice. If for example, you would never wear black leggings, then just sub them out for a type of pants that you would wear. You may already have lots of pieces in your closet. In addition to these 22 pieces, consider both high and low winter boots,shoes for work, dressy shoes and sneakers. With only 22 pieces of clothing, you can create over 39 outfits. When you are choosing clothing pieces for your capsule wardrobe think about versatility, and how the pieces will work together. Here are examples of a few combinations, a black pencil skirt can be paired with a white tank/shirt and blazer, or the black dressy top for a two-piece “little black dress” or with a long sleeved top in black, accessorized with jewellery or a scarf. You can pair it with any of the tunics, shirts, and cardigans for a more causal or professional look. Finally, the skirt can be paired with any sweaters that are chosen for the base wardrobe. You can probably create ten outfits just with the pencil skirt. Sub out the skirt for a pair of dress slacks, leggings or blue jeans, and you will have many more combinations. For added speed in the morning getting dressed, you can record your favourite outfit combinations in a notebook, so there is no need to spend precious time figuring out what to wear.Taking A Stance Against CrimeLorna Hamilton ReporterDue to the recent influx in rural crime, a Rural Crime Town Hall meeting has been scheduled to take place at the Mannville Recreation center on Oct 25 from 7 – 9 p.m. The Town Hall meeting is in response to calls Vermilion -Lloy-RURAL CRIMETOWN HALL WHENWed. October 25th 7 pm – 9 pm WHEREMannville Recreation Centre 5202 52nd Ave. Mannville, ABdminster MLA, Dr. Richard Starke has on the issue of rural crime, discuss received from concerned constituents responses and to suggest solutions. regarding rural crime, and is co-hosted Speakers on behalf of the Vermilion by the Mannville A

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