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Walmart shows support for Titans


The Drumheller Walmart came out in support of the Drumheller Titans. This fall they were selling paper footballs to raise funds for the team, and then had a draw for Titans cards as well as an autographed football from those who supported the campaign. Any of the funds raised, up to $2,000, Walmart pledged to match. On Friday, Walmart presented a cheque for $4,000 to the Titans. Pictured are (l-r) card winner Wanda Fournier, football winner Sean Armstrong, Walmart manager Dexter Heide, Walmart assistant manager Teena Schrock and Drumheller Titans funding coordinator Kellie Smith. Other card winners included Barb Guidolin, Barb Coney and Scott McKay.
mailphoto by Patrick Kolafa

Barry Pozzo looks at WMBL Commissioner position




    Yes, those words do have a little ‘ring’ to them and local baseball enthusiast, Barry Pozzo couldn’t believe it himself when asked if he’d be interested in such a position.    Pozzo, involved with baseball (and America’s national pastime) since age 11 and had just reached his 40th year as an umpire last season, was approached and asked to consider becoming Commissioner for the Western Major Baseball League (WMBL).

Dynos undefeated through first Tourney, home opener

    The DCHS Senior boys Dynos are off to a flying start this season with a tournament win, and then a victory last Monday at their home opener.
    The Dynos faced Prairie Christian Academy on Monday, December 16. The team jumped out to a 24 point lead in the first quarter. This allowed coaches to play their whole bench and get a look at all of their players in a game situation, as well as give the players valuable on-court experience.

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