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OBITUARY – Lamontagne, Real

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Real F.J. Lamontagne of Red Deer, Alberta passed away peacefully with his wife by his side at the Red Deer Regional Hospital Centre on Wednesday, March 1, 2017 at the age of 58 years.

Real will be lovingly remembered and sadly missed by his beloved wife, Bonnie; his two sons, Christopher (Chandra) Lamontagne of Red Deer; Daniel Lamontagne also of Red Deer; his daughter, Pauline (Brad) Weinberger of Edmonton; and his son-in-law, Simon McMullen of Red Deer; in addition to seven cherished grandchildren.  He will also be lovingly remembered and sadly missed by his parents, Fern and Loretta Lamontagne of Saskatchewan; his mother-in-law, Raymonde Fusick of Saskatchewan; three brothers: Marcel (Dorothy) Lamontagne; Andy (Millie) Lamontagne; and Mark (Marcella) Lamontagne, all of Saskatchewan; and six sisters:  Paulette (Steve) Williams of B.C.; Lynn (Terry) Friske; Yvette (Alex) Bon; Michelle (Rodney) Rue; Roxanne (Hartley) Diesen; and Cindy (Todd) Hood, all of Saskatchewan; in addition to numerous nieces and nephews, and many, many close friends.  Real was predeceased by his daughter, Colette McMullen in 2011; and his father-in-law, Victor Fusick.

Relatives and Friends are invited to a Prayer Vigil which will be held at the Waskasoo Estates Community Hall, 217 England Way, Red Deer County on Friday, March 17, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. with Mr. Ed Meding presiding.

Funeral Mass will be celebrated at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, 6 McMillan Avenue, Red Deer on Saturday, March 18, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. with the Reverend Father Les Drewicki and Reverend Father Tom Puslecki, Concelebrants.  Cremation took place at the Central Alberta Crematorium, Red Deer.  If friends desire, memorial tributes in Real’s Memory may be made directly to the Red Deer Live-In Society, Box 20005, Red Deer, Alberta  T4N 6X5; or to the Alberta Cancer Foundation, c/o Central Alberta Cancer Centre, Bag 5030, Red Deer Regional Hospital, Red Deer, Alberta  T4N 6R2.  Condolences to the Lamontagne Family may be sent by email to:  special_reflections@telusplanet.net

Funeral Mass and Cremation Arrangements for the Late Real F.J. Lamontagne entrusted to the care of Oberhammer Funeral Chapels of Rimbey 403.843-4445.

 

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Downtown Red Deer Car Boot Sale

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From the Red Deer Downtown Business Association

Think of the Downtown Car Boot Sale like a garage sale, but without the garage!

Load up your car, truck, or van with any items from your house that you wish to sell (or that you would normally put out in a garage sale) and come down to Little Gaetz Avenue on event day.

To be a vendor at the Downtown Car Boot Sale, just complete the vendor application form on our website:

htps://downtownreddeer.com/events/downtown-red-deer-car-boot-sale/

Booths are $10 (maximum of two).

Everyone is invited to shop the Downtown Car Boot Sale!  It is an open street event.

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED

DEADLINE IS JULY 23, 2019

For information on things happening downtown visit,

www.downtownreddeer.com

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Lacombe’s “Chairs for Charity” exploding in popularity

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Lacombe's chairs for charity

Thank you to NOWCO HOME HARDWARE IN LACOMBE for submitting this post

NOWCO HOME HARDWARE’S 2NDANNUAL CHAIRS FOR CHARITY

Nowco Home Hardware has organized Chairs for Charity for the 2ndyear and it will run from July 19-31. The project started last year as a collaboration of downtown businesses to decorate downtown during Lacombe Days and raise money for a local charity. In 2018, forty five downtown businesses each bought and painted a chair to raffle off. The chairs were left on display during the 4 days of Lacombe Days and over $3100 was raised for the lunch program at J.S. McCormick School.

This year Deanna Nowochin, who has spearheaded the event wanted things to be bigger and better, so all Lacombe businesses were invited to participate in the event. This year there will be 75 chairs on display around Lacombe from July 19-31. The event was extended this year to ensure there was ample time for people to hear about Chairs for Charity and purchase tickets. The charities benefitting from 2019’s project are Lacombe Minor Football and the breakfast program at Terrace Ridge School.

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This year we have 2000 tickets available, with a fundraising goal of $10,000. Raffle tickets will be sold for $5 each and can be purchased at any participating business. You can see a full list of participating businesses and photos of their chairs at www.chairsforcharitylacombe.comor by searching “Chairs for Charity Lacombe” on Facebook.

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