Borden mayor elected by acclamation, race for council seats

Borden and Radisson News

Jamie Brandrick has been elected mayor of Borden by acclamation and running for council are Tom Redhead, Cody Bradshaw, Martin Beal, Bev Hrynuik, Kandace Walker and Peter Thiessen. Four councillors are to be elected. Advance poll is Oct. 31 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Borden Community Centre and the election is Nov. 9at the centre from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Meetings are Oct.13 and 27.

Kim Maxwell has been elected reeve of the RM of Great Bend No. 405 by acclamation . He replaces Ron Saunders who retired after serving for more 25 years. Representing Division 1 is Greg Orchard and Division 5 is Ian Hosegood. Kim Maxwell was the Division 3 councillor so that seat is open for nominations until Oct. 21.

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In the running for mayor in Radisson are Chris  Tyreman and Michelle Dubyk. Vying for council seats are Pete Reddekop, Shawn Mitchler, Lord Brent Habether, Lady Maria Habether, Daniel Raddatz, Robin Baker, Leona Bennett, Scott Currie, Rhonda Mason, Nathan Meaker, Diane Rimmer and Marion Fehr-Stead. Advance poll Nov. 2from 3 to 8 p.m. and the election is Nov. 9from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. both in Radisson town office, council chambers. Next meetings are Oct. 20 and Nov. 3.

Borden Farmers Market has concluded their Friday summer markets after operating every Friday from July 3to Oct. 9, with 50/50 draws held every week. Winning the last two draws were Glenn Sutherland and Diane Rounce (Langham). The Christmas market on Dec. 5in the Borden Community Centre is still going to be held unless circumstances change. There may be no lunch available but the board will make a final decision in November.



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