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Looking back... A Decade Ago

Employees from Western Recreation of Winnipeg completed construction of the new Kamsack swimming pool, which was fi lled with water and about ready for use.
Archbishop John Stinka, a former Buchanan area resident, who served as a priest in the Canora-Kamsack area for many years, was installed as the Primate of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Canada at the church’s general council meeting in Winnipeg.
Louie and Myra Wong of Moosomin, and formerly of Canora, were to be taking over Yan’s Restaurant in Kamsack at the end of July.
The sloping lawn at Ministik Beach at Madge Lake contained hundreds of people who had assembled to watch a performance of Saskatchewan Express, which emphasized musical numbers based on material composed by Saskatchewan songwriters.
Because of the Saskatchewan centennial, the Heritage Day celebration at the National Doukhobor Heritage Village in Veregin was expanded to four days to provide visitors a more in-depth view of the area, its people and its heritage.
With a pronounced Russian accent and clothing acquired from second-hand stores, Tanya from Modderlands (a.k.a. Gloria Stushnoff of Melfort) provided ethnic comedy during the multicultural program at the National Doukhobor Heritage Village in Veregin.

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