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Monday, 08 April 2024 09:56

Chamber holds AGM

Members of the Roblin District Chamber of Commerce celebrated another successful year Wednesday evening.

The chamber’s annual general meeting was held at the Drop-In Centre with just 14 members in attendance.

Read all about it in this week’s Review.

Published in Roblin Review News
Monday, 08 April 2024 09:54

MOR supports Rumble

Council is supporting the ninth annual Rumble in Roblin Show ‘n’ Shine with a grant of $300. It was felt that the event draws business downtown; showcasing local stores, restaurants and the town and community in general.

The Rumble is set for Saturday, June 15.

Check out more in this week’s Council Briefs.

Published in Roblin Review News
Monday, 08 April 2024 09:51

70 years for the Madge Lake Bible Camp

Attending camp as child can create so many life skills and fond memories. Madge Lake Bible Camp (MLBC) has been well-known in the area for its summer camps opportunities for youth and is now celebrating its 70th anniversary in operation.

Since its conception, MLBC has not only grown in size, but in the programming it offers as well.

More in this week’s Review.

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Monday, 08 April 2024 09:50

A new novel from Havelange

Everyone loves a good story, especially ones with twists, turns, and the probing question of who did it?

Russell author Joan Havelange has recently published a historical mystery novel that is now on book shelves. Havelange took up writing novels once she retired and settled in Russell.

More in this week's Review.

Published in Roblin Review News
Sunday, 31 March 2024 13:17

MOR budget nears $7.8 million

The Municipality of Roblin is planing to spend $7.78 million and that’s pretty much to maintain things the way they are.

About 20 people showed up Wednesday night (March 25) at the Community Centre for council’s hearing into its 2024 financial plan.

Find out where your taxdollars are going in this week’s Review.

 

Published in Roblin Review News
Sunday, 31 March 2024 13:16

Festival winners announced

The North Western Marquette Festival (NWMF) hosted a wonderfully exciting day of adjudicated dance (March 12), a beautiful day of adjudicated piano and vocal (March 13) and then the weather turned frightful, school buses were cancelled and our planned day (March 14) of school choirs was rescheduled to March 21

With a lot of flexibility and co-operation from many people and organizations the unadjudicated NWMF Choir Fest was delightful.

More in this week’s Review.

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Sunday, 31 March 2024 13:15

Booking service opens April 8

The Manitoba government wants you to mark your calendar and start planning your getaway as reservations for campgrounds in provincial parks are set to open on April 8.

Environment minister Tracy Schmidt noted the government has taken steps to streamline the booking process “so Manitobans can reserve their favourite sites headache-free.”

Check out this week’s issue for more information.

Published in Roblin Review News
Sunday, 10 March 2024 13:40

An update from the LAC

The Life and Art Centre has been busy with projects this year. In addition to refinishing the wood floors on the main floor, the outdoor greenspace project is also well underway.

Memorial benches will be installed this spring with hopes of an outdoor amphitheatre installation in the near future.

Check out this week’s issue to find out what’s coming up at the LAC.

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With all this snow fall, and all the closed roads lately, figured it was appropriate to talk about closed roads.

Did you know it is now illegal to drive on highways that are closed??

Read more in this week’s RCMP report.

Published in Roblin Review News
Sunday, 10 March 2024 13:38

High school rink wins Ladies

Despite plenty of stones that didn’t get over the hog line and rocks that sometimes seemed to have a mind of their own, the finals of Roblin’s annual Ladies Bonspiel offered up some fine examples of curling.

Twenty rinks took part in this year’s event, up four from last year, with Haley Allen’s high school foursome – who have been curling together since Grade 6 and recently won the Roblin Ladies’ Evening Curling title – meeting Grandview’s Wendy Fisher in the finals of the first event.

Check out the details in this week’s Review.

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