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(Riding Mountain Conference Centre) and Parks Canada for a number of years.

Anna Wark

Ken Wark with Helio-courier used with Natural Resources

Ken and Shirley's son, Kenneth 'Blair', and his wife, Janet, live at Thompson, MB. Blair is employed with Calm Air as an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer and crew chief. Janet is employed with the RCMP. Their children, Kenneth William and Blair Alexander attend elementary school in Thompson.

Ken and Shirley's daughter, Wanda Lynne, after work­ ing for a number of years for Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation in Thompson, ME, now farms west of Onanole and raises wild boars and Simmental cattle and is employed on a part-time basis with Canada Post in Onanole. Her children, Taylor McLean, Jenna Lynne and Cory James attend Onanole Elementary School.

Ken and Shirley's daughter, Kimberley June, and her husband, Roch St. Vincent, live at Oakbank, MB. Kimberley is employed with Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation in Winnipeg, MB and Roch is a Corporal with the RCMP in Winnipeg. Their daughter, Jaclyn Michelle, attends a day care centre in Dugald, MB.

Back row: Blair, Ken

Front row: Wanda, Shirley and Kim

Olive Robertson (Wark-Hay), daughter of Mac and Anna Wark, and her husband, Keith Robertson, farm at Griswold, MB. Keith is retired from Canada Agriculture and now has a cow calf operation. He is actively involved in rodeo committees and spends his spare time fishing, hunting, curling and visiting friends and family. Olive plans to retire in early 2000 from Assiniboine Community College and will finally have time to ride her horses, enjoy her grandchildren, quilt, garden and perfect her fly fish­ ing skills.

Olive's son, Curtis, continued working for PFRA and moved on to be pasture manager at Woodland's Community Pasture. In 1987 he married Lorraine Taylor and carried on tradition as 3rd generation of Taylors as manager of the pasture at Woodlands. Curtis operates a commercial cow calf operation besides his pasture-managing job. His spare time is occupied by rodeoing and flying his para-plane in the summer and taking his little boys to hockey in the winter. Lorraine owns and operates 'Hay's Hair Designs' in Oakville, MB. Curtis and Lorraine have three children:

Skylar MacLean, Riley James and Courtney Ann.

Olive's daughter, Wendy, graduated from Brandon Mental Health Centre as a Registered Psychiatric Nurse and worked there for a number of years as a counselor for the Adolescent Day Program. She went on with her stud­ ies to achieve status as a Community Mental Health Worker and is presently employed by Fosters' Counseling from

Brandon, providing counseling services to the Westman area. In 1986, Wendy captured the heart of a

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