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"Savour Manitoba" with Jeanine Friesen.

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Jeanine Friesen - the creator of www.thebakingbeauties.com and the author of 4 cookbooks and always looking for more ways to eat gluten free.

Jeanine was diagnosed with Celiac Disease 6 years ago. She has turned that into an amazing passion for gluten free baking and cooking and now, she is sharing that with the rest of us... with the world! We were so pleased to feature Jeanine Friesen as we "Savoured Manitoba" together just thinking of all of the amazing food she has created for those who need to eat gluten-free. Listen in to Jeanine's conversation with AM1250's Michelle Sawatzky in the latest AM1250 Podcasts... and DO check out her website for ideas on living gluten free and more recipes than you'll know what to do with. Thank you Jeanine for your passion and your drive to get everyone excited to get back into the kitchen!!

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Just one example of Jeanine's work... yum!!

Eldon Wallman helps us celebrate Earth Day!!

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Eldon Wallman - City of Steinbach Solid Waste Department Head Eldon Wallman.

What fun to have Eldon stop by the AM1250 studio to talk about Earth Day and all of the things they are doing to not only keep our city clean -- but to help sustain our earth! From the Hazardous Waste Depot, to school fieldtrips to "Pick Up and Walk" on May 3rd... they are definitely doing their part!! Listen in to Eldon's conversation with AM1250's Michelle Sawatzky in the latest AM1250 Podcasts. Thank Eldon!!

Run for Mom and for Anna's House!!

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Vicki Olatundun from Anna's House excited to be a part of the Run for Mom.

Listen in to her conversation with AM1250's Michelle Sawatzky and find out how you can get involved and be part of helping their organization and more!!

Savour Manitoba -- Cornell Creme

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It is Thursday. Our day to enjoy and celebrate another tasty Manitoba product. We call this Savour Manitoba. Today, Cornell Creme -- a made in Manitoba ice cream by Lisa and William Dyck of Anola.  Cornell Dairy is North of Steinbach between Beausejour and Anola. The farm was named after William's dad, Cornelius who continues help out.  They milk 120 cows every day, twice a day, 365 days a year or almost 98,000 litres per month. And when Lisa joined us this morning, she talked about the "need" for another ice cream in Manitoba.

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Cornell Creme is available at select food stores and restaurants across Manitoba including Main Bread and Butter Stbh, and Rural Roots Food Cooperative Boissevain

http://cornellcreme.com/

If you have a suggestion for another Savour Manitoba guest, email us! almichellejayme@goldenwestradio.com">almichellejayme@goldenwestradio.com

MHV Artifact and visit from Natashia Lapiere

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Earlier this morning I asked if you could tell what this MHV artifact is? One clue was that it was often used at Easter time and will be again in our church services THIS Easter. Natashia Lapiere joined us just before 8:30 this morning to reveal what the artifact is and now we know that it is the very first communion set used in the Lichtenau Church which you can see on the MHV grounds today!

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Here it is from another angle -- a little easier to tell that it is a very special communion set. Which, by the way, looks very similar to the communion sets that many of our churches use today. Thank you Natashia.