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Cheveldayoff wins Canadian crown, competes at global beauty pageant

Brenda Cheveldayoff of Blaine Lake was featured on the cover of a glamour magazine after winning the Canadian Mrs. Canada Globe Classique crown

It’s a long way from the banks of the North Saskatchewan River to Palm Springs, California.

But for Blaine Lake’s Brenda Cheveldayoff, the journey has been both challenging and rewarding.

Cheveldayoff, known provincially for her dedicated work in preserving and promoting the historic Doukhobor Dugout House southeast of her hometown; is preparing to step onto the stage at the Mrs. Globe pageant in Palm Springs June 12-15. Continue reading “Cheveldayoff wins Canadian crown, competes at global beauty pageant”

CVAC teams faced stiff competition at curling regionals

The Martensville High boys curling team just fell short of reaching the SHSAA Provincial Curling Championships as they lost to Spiritwood in the B-Final of regionals, which was recently held in Blaine Lake. (Clark’s Crossing Gazette file photo)

Submitted by Grant Elke, CVAC Extra Curricular Commissioner
Regional curling took place on the first weekend in March with the Central Valley Athletic Conference (CVAC) acting as the Region D host. Boys and mixed playoffs were set in Blaine Lake, with the girls competing in Allan. Continue reading “CVAC teams faced stiff competition at curling regionals”