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With the 41st federal election just days away, The Observer sent the following four questions to the six candidates in this riding. Those who responded were Liberal Diane Janzen, Conservative Mark Strahl, Dorothy-Jean O'Donnell from Marxist Leninist Party, Clive Edwards from Western Block and Gwen O'Mahony, NDP. Green Party candidate Jamie Hoskins did not respond. The following are their answers:
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Clive Edwards, Western Block candidate, speaks to a group of about 35 people in Harrison Mills Community Hall on Monday night. The all candidates meeting was hosted by the Action Committee for Environmental Stewardship (ACES) Society. Diane Janzen and Mark Strahl did not attend.
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Two voices were missing from the only local all candidates meeting Monday night, but one absence was duly noted by facilitator Cynthia Berge. "Diane Janzen accepted the invitation and was indeed the catalyst to keep this (meeting) moving forward," Berge said during her opening remarks. However, days later, Berge says
the Liberal candidate phoned and emailed to apologize that she couldn't make it after all. "She gave me the Liberal platform to read but I'm not going to do that," Berge said. "I'm not trying to be evil spirited, but that's just what I'm doing." Conservative Mark Strahl declined the invitation, citing prior a commitment. Berge is a director of
the Action Committee for Environmental Stewardship Society, which was formed over the last couple years by local political activists. ACES has lobbied particularly hard against Mission MLA Randy Hawes regarding gravel projects in Lake Erroch. The meeting was not advertised except by word of mouth, and email. About 35 CONTINUED ON 5
Question 1: What do you feel are the main election issues facing the residents of Agassiz and Harrison Hot Springs? Janzen: The main issues that have been raised with me at the many doors I have canvassed in Agassiz and Harrison Hot Springs are as follows: Health Care is the number one issue with concern about access to doctors and medical services and support for those who are taking care of sick loved ones as the population ages and the "sandwich generation" supports both parents and children. There is concern over the economy and ensuring jobs for families and local infrastructure. The third is a concern over Parliament not working well and ensuring access to the local member of Parliament. Strahl: I think the economy and crime are main issues across the riding, however, in Agassiz and Harrison Hot Springs, I believe that there are major concerns about the Species at Risk Act (SARA), DFO ditch maintenance policies and how both affect agriculture and the economy going forward. O'Donnell: We stand for an anti-war government. The bombing of Lybia is a violation of international law. Canada should get out of NATO and Afghanistan, and be a factor for peace in the world. We need a new direction in the economy. Defend public services and restrict monopoly right. No more export of raw logs. Stop the Enbridge pipeline. For light rail transit in the Fraser Valley. CONTINUED ON 2
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Edwards: The main issues facing all Canadians, including residents of Agassiz and Harrison Hot Springs are being studiously ignored by all the other parties including the Greens. Our growing integration with the United States includes the recently signed Perimeter Security Agreement, public details of which are slim but indicate we may be subject to the American Patriot Act and their Homeland Security police state. The Americans have been plotting for years to undermine our Supply Market Management system as it relates to agricultural products. NAFTA is the main tool in this endeavour. We need to abrogate NAFTA and get out of the World Trade Organization as the first steps in reclaiming our sovereignty. Of course as long as the shots are called by Ottawa it doesn’t matter which party wins the election, Canada will be steered on the Globalist course our hijacked ship of state is headed for. Foreign banks and global corporations dictate our taxes, our expenditures (on fighter jets we don’t need, for example) and on increasing the size of our police and prison system when the reality is we need fewer laws and more freedoms not less. The Western Block Party is the only federal political party that has as its main plank increasing individual freedom and allowing individuals to take responsibility for how we want to live our lives. O'Mahony: Jobs and the environment.
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Question 2: How will you ensure that these issues will be addressed by the federal government? Janzen: We have committed to addressing access health care by introducing a Family Care Plan which will provide financial support for those who are taking care of sick loves ones and by bringing 1,500 new doctors and nurses to rural areas by providing loan forgiveness for those practicing in rural
ning only five candidates. I will Canada and by offering more remind you, however, that the Rerural training. As far as the econform Party of Canada began their omy I am committed to working ascent by electing only two MPs. with Agassiz to address local inAll Western Block candidates frastructure issues, to work with are outsiders to the political Chambers of Commerce to grow process. We are all just business, promoting citizens who have had key economic sectors enough and we aren’t including, agriculture, going to take it anymore. tourism and manufacNone of us is beholden turing and by working to a “back room” group, with First Nations on wielding power while beeconomic developing unaccountable, such ment. I am committed as run the other parties. to being a strong local As such we can tell the representative and beEDWARDS truth, the whole truth, ing fully accessible to about what is going on in Agassiz by having speOttawa. We believe Canadians are cific constituency days, attending intelligent enough to make their events and using technology to own decisions based on unbiased connect me with constituents. information. My job is to see that the federal government doesn’t Strahl: get away with anything because When the former Liberal they have near total control of government passed the SARA information and spin. My legislation, Conservajob is to work towards a tives said that it was Canada that works for unworkable and put westerners in general farmers and comand those from Chillimunities at risk. That wack – Fraser Canyon in is exactly what has particular. happened as we have seen with the SalO'Mahony: ish Sucker problem. Over the next years, SARA will be reviewed JANZEN popluation growth is in the near future, and expected to be significant I will be working with in the FVRD. This will place my Conservative colleagues to make sure that the next version of increased pressure on water SARA allows for a common sense consumption, on service delivery and the environment. Now is the approach to environmental contime to focus on the task of makcerns, as opposed to the unworking our area a leader in the green able system currently in place. economy of the future. With the support of NDP small business O'Donnell: tax incentives, small busiAn active and ness innovation will drive informed citizenry solutions to local needs. is the key element in It all starts with where we ensuring that issues of place our resources. In concern are addressed. order to safeguard the We need a Workers' environment and create Opposition in the Para better tomorrow for liament and within our people, we must stop communities. Workrewarding multinational ers, youth, seniors O’MAHONY corporations that take need to find ways of jobs out of Canada, and getting together to start rewarding Canadian compaput forward a programme for the nies creating jobs at home. riding and ensure that the MP is accountable to the people of the Question 3: What does your riding. party need to do better? Janzen: Edwards: Ensure that every voter knows The Western Block Party cannot form a government in this CONTINUED ON 3 election because we are run-
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that the Liberal Party is the best option to manage tax dollars and our economy. We handed over $13 Billion dollars in surplus to the Conservative Government which now has a deficit of $56 Billion. As a person who has experience in managing tax payer dollars for the last nine years as a City Councillor in Chilliwack and School Trustee with balanced budgets and capital projects done on time and on budget I believe I have the respect for taxpayer dollars that is needed. Strahl: I believe our party would benefit from a better relationship with the media. O'Donnell: We need to communicate and work to build citizens committees for democratic renewal. We have a website mlpc.ca and a monthly magazine Worker's Forum. In a riding so large as this
one, I am sure there are many people who do not even know our party exists. One of the things we work for is a level playing field in elections. There are 18 registered political parties federally but we only hear about the big three or four. I look forward to meeting with people both during and after the election to discuss how to build the Workers' Opposition. Edwards: We need to build on the hopes and dreams of Western Canadians for a righteous place to live and raise our families. We need to build a country where government takes our direction and where we do not fear our government, where government serves us, rather than running us as a feed lot for the benefit of global corporations. The Western Block Party needs to better serve as that lightning rod that can focus the frustrations of westerners on real, effective solutions to our problems,
not the BS and compromise we get, if we get anything at all, from the other parties.
Question 4: How do you foresee managing an electoral district so large, O'Mahony: and diverse in needs? Dispelling and overJanzen: coming this nonsense By setting specific from the Conservatives constitutency days in and Liberals that the the comunity to be NDP is not ready to fully accessible, by being govern and if elected is present for community going to rain down on functions and events, us the end of by working the world as cooperatively we know it with the local today! This is municipal complete hoggovernments wash. There to address are dozens concerns. I of examples have knocked of successful on 1,100 doors Oâ€™DONNELL social demoto date to learn cratic govthe issues and I ernments in am committed the western world that to being connected. create prosperity and a thriving economy for Strahl: their citizens, providing Fraser Canyon is rich social programs to 30,000 square kilometers enable citizens to live in size. I will continue longer and happier, less the practice of having stressful lives. The NDP regular riding tours to needs to work hard to meet face to face with dispel the myths and constituents in their negative labels placed communities. I will also on us for years by the 2 use new technologies, party fear mongers in such as the telephone the conservative and town hall meetings that
I have already used in this campaign, to reach out to people where they live and to connect the numerous communities in our riding.
Commuting from the Chilliwack River Valley where I live on a residential acreage with my wife Sharon to studios in North Vancouver, Vancouver and Burnaby O'Donnell: is a standard day for me. We want to build When necessary I have citizens committees for not hesitated to work democratic renewal in out of town, in Victoeach and every comria, or Edmonton, for munity in the instance. riding. I look I have been a forward to self-employed meeting with team leader and organizmost of my ing to build life, starting forums where as a producer/ people can get manager for a togetgher and theatre comaddress the pany, a marketSTRAHL problems they ing manager face, locallly, for a software nationally company, and and internationally. The as a motion picture prop empowerment of the master. people is needed to hold I am a member, the MP accountable. firearms chair, past president and past direcEdwards: tor of the Chilliwack Hard work and long Fish & Game Protective hours are not new to Association. I am a life me. I work in film member and past direcand television, where tor of Canadaâ€™s National twelve hour days â€œon the Firearms Association clockâ€? are the norm and and was self-defense fourteen or fifteen hour editor for their national days are not unusual. magazine, the Canadian
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O'Mahony: I have taken the past year to knock on doors and speak with thousands of Chilliwack Fraser Canyon residents familiarizing myself with the various communities. In order to manage the demands of such a large riding I would work representatives from all levels of government, (municipal, provincial and first nations) as well as local advocacy groups.
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Memories of a successful Chorfest Though the Seniorsâ€™ Chorfest 2011 is over, the is the world premier of the new choral piece Silver. memories will linger on for a long time as a great I think the famous poem, written by Walter de la success. Mare, has been waiting patiently until it was comThe evaluation sheets our guest choirs have filled missioned by the BCCF, in memory of Joy Maguire, out for the BCCF (BC Choral Federation) to be painted with the silver music of Jon are very complimentary and should we ever Washburn and entrusted to 201 silverbe asked to do it again, we would gladly say haired seniors. I yes. I hope however, that our success is not t is a beautiful and powerful piece of stopping other choirs from giving it a try, choral music that will, I am sure, be sung too. all over the world in the future. The fact Though resources as great as ours are that we sang it first can fill us with great not to be found easily elsewhere, it can be pride. done in different ways. I talked to a memIt might also be noteworthy that due ber of the â€œLost Chordsâ€? choir based on Salt to the gentle and humorous prodding by Bruce Pullan, guest director and clinician, Spring Island about this. They were billeRUTH ALTENDORF some of us dared to sing the entire massed ting their guest choirs in their own homes, Harrison choirs portion of the concert by memory. for instance. â€œIt was very differentâ€? she told me â€œbut Happenings And this at our age â€“ ha! Our thanks to Bruce Pullan and Doug very nice too.â€? Balfour for two days of great workshops. However, letâ€™s hear it one more time for Of course all this could not have happened witeveryone who made our event possible and all the HHS Multicultural Choir members who not only hout the BCCF. Chorfests are blooming again around the world had to learn the songs but, at the same time helped especially in Europe, and with the BCCFâ€™s help, it with the work needed to organize such an event. One memory that will linger in our minds forever will happen here too.
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people, including the four attending candidates, sat in a conversation circle in the Harrison Mills Community Hall. ACES planned the meeting to discuss environment issues, but the tone often turned to issues of civil rights and war involvement. Residents tossed unscreened questions at the candidates that ranged from fair taxation to Bill C-36 and pharmaceuticals. Western Block candidate Clive Edwards received several rounds of applause during his answers, especially when asked about Bill C-36. Some audience members said the bill would strip individuals of their personal rights and freedoms, allowing police to seize herbal medicines the government deems problematic. "We (the Western Block) can't form government but we can howl like a
banshee about this. They are trying to nibble away at our freedoms one step at a time," Edwards said. Green Party candidate Jamie Hoskins added that "we need to be concerned about the over-reaches of our government" but that consumers also need to be protected from products that aren't safe. Gwen O'Mahoney told the audience she was wanting to learn more about the bill, but expressed concerns about how the bill "infringes on people's rights and contradicts our Charter." Mar xist-Leninist Dorothy-Jean O'Donnell also spoke out against the bill, calling out big pharmaceutical companies. "This really is a movement for empowerment of the people," she said. The meeting revealed a mutual respect for two particular candidates â€” O'Mahony and
Hoskins. Both consider themselves advocates for the environment, and both have been present at past ACES events. They nodded and smiled at each other's positions on issues, such as gravel removal, and referred to each other on several responses. But when asked by a resident how to encourage the federal government to make the environment a
number one priority, they each stood by their party. "I think the best way is to vote Green," Hoskins said. "And I mean it, because every vote is a message." O'Mahony had a similar statement. "My party has been environmentally progressive for years," she said. "This is an election where there could be an upset." Election day is Monday, May 2.
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It's been a quiet election process in this neck of the woods, with barely a political sign in sight. In towns up and down the Fraser Valley, bright, bold splashes of orange, blue, green and red have added a bit of spring colour to an otherwise wet and dreary April. They yell out, loud and clear, who your neighbours support. But in Agassiz, you wouldn't be faulted for not realizing an election is just a few days away. We're not saying that a lack of signs on lawns and in business windows are the only indicator of a town's political savviness. But throwing a plastic or cardboard placard up on the grass is one of the easiest ways to support your potential MP. And candidates? One poked her head in this newspaper's office here last week, smiled and dropped a flyer off before heading out to knock on doors. Another called this Monday, clarifying the deadline for the Q&A featured in this edition. Campaign managers are busy booking ads, and candidates are hustling all over the riding. But in a riding so large, many of the candidates have said they just can't make it to every event. Conservative candidate Mark Strahl held a last-minute public meeting earlier this month, and Green Party leader Elizabeth May's whistle stop tour across western Canada had her in Agassiz for a split second late one Sunday night. An all-candidates meeting was held in Harrison Mills on Monday night with the hopes of the public questioning the six candidates. But again, the event was at the last minute, and unadvertised. Will this seemingly low-key campaign translate into voter apathy? Maybe it's not too late to heat things up. When election day comes on May 2, will you find yourself standing in a polling station? Do you know the candidates well enough to vote in a well-informed manner? And finally, are you ready to weather your choice through the next few political seasons?
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Now can we talk about the HST?
Tom Fletcher VICTORIA – Even if movies based on video games aren’t your cup of tea, the recent Disney production Tron: Legacy is notable as a measure of the sophistication of the B.C. motion picture industry. A showcase of the latest computer-generated 3D effects, including a rendering of actor Jeff Bridges as he looked in the original version 30 years ago, Tron: Legacy was nominated for an Oscar and won several other awards for technical achievement. The sleek, lighted suits worn by characters were custom-made in the United States at a cost of $22 million, then brought to Vancouver for filming. Due to the vagaries of the old provincial sales
tax, Disney had to pay about $1.5 million in PST because they were used here. A friend in the business tells me this was more of a deterrent to movie production in B.C. than the current weakness of the U.S. dollar. It’s the kind of expensive insult added to the injury of dealing with two different, complicated sales taxes, and it’s one of many unintended business problems fixed by harmonized sales tax. Despite B.C.’s reputation for movie wizardry, the next Tron might be made somewhere else if the HST is rejected. Regular readers will know I am an advocate of the HST, and the general trend away from income taxes and towards consumption taxes. But most people I talk to aren’t interested in the economics, except as it relates to their own wallets. They don’t believe that taxes imposed on business will either be passed on to consumers, or
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avoided by changing locations. And they are bombarded with bogus arguments in this spring of election fever.
“There is an impact on service businesses, notably restaurants, but ask a self-employed person or small business operator if they’d like to go back to administering two different sales taxes.” Federal NDP leader Jack Layton is the worst offender. Like his B.C. counterparts, he has run to the front of the anti-HST parade. Unlike the B.C. NDP, Layton knows he will never have
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to implement his promises in government, so he offers to write off the $1.6 billion transition fund that B.C. has applied to its deficit. In effect, the rest of the provinces would subsidize B.C. for bringing back an archaic sales tax. That’s not even Layton’s dumbest idea. He’s been wandering the country promising to remove GST from heating bills, a $700 million tax cut that would help the rich as much as the poor. Surely B.C. NDP leader Adrian Dix would not approve of such a regressive tax shift. (Presumably Layton has been briefed by now that B.C.’s portion of the HST doesn’t apply to heating bills, so he won’t confuse us with Ontario any more.) Dix talks about HST falling on small business. There is an impact on service businesses, notably restaurants, but ask a selfemployed person or small business operator if they’d like to go back to administering two different sales
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taxes. Quarterly HST rebate cheques went out last week to more than a million B.C. residents at the lowest end of the income scale. Ask those people if they’d like to lose that benefit, a real example of the kind of income equalizing measure that Dix calls his top priority. Ask a laid-off mill employee if he’d like to go back to work, and pay HST on movies and a dinner out. • Further to last week’s column about Dix’s plan to raise corporate tax rates, I now regret referring to his program as “Marxism Lite.” I fell for his strident rhetoric about taxing big corporations. His proposal amounts to raising the tax on corporate net income in excess of $500,000 by a modest two per cent.
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I have some serious concerns with what is going on in Harrison these days. I have been a resident for some 15 years and there appears to be many of us and the business people who are not happy with the way that the mayor is conducting business in the community. There has been conflict of interest with at least one councillor, according to the newspaper article dated March 10. The village lawyer stated "in circumstances where Civic Consulting is simply acting in an advisor role in making recommendations and does not stand to benefit." How can this be correct if he is being paid by the village? Residents on Balsam are not happy with the prospect of a works yard in their back yard, which I'm told is a park. It appears that the mayor wants to continue exploring well sites. Two have been tried, now he wants a third well explored, yet we are to remain with the lake water and a micron screen at a cost of
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$450,000 as per the news article. I believe that the mayor and Councillor Kenyon's excuse is "in case of possible contamination or pollution of the lake or terrorist polluting the lake." How much are these wells costing us taxpayers? The sign at Memorial Hall states "creating new jobs." Were any of the local trades people or landscaping companies approached for bids? I don't think so. Several business people are not happy with the lack of trade or development or new projects or events in the community, yet more taxpayer's money is being spent without any accountability or information to the public. I suppose it would be pointless to send in another petition as no action was taken with the previous one with over 300 signatures. I hope the residents will allow their voices to be heard now or in November. A. Tulley
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Gaglardi joined in highway cavalcade 50 Years Ago, 1961 • Final plans were under way to celebrate the opening of the Ruby Creek Highway, finally a reality after many years of lobbying, although the road still did not go all the way through to Hope and would not for another 15 years or so. A cavalcade of cars were to leave Kent Municipal Hall and travel to the end of the road where
Highways Minister Phil Gaglardi would participate in a ceremony. The cavalcade would then return to the Experimental Farm for tea and entertainment. A banquet was planned for later in the Agassiz High School auditorium. • The Kent municipal mill rate was trimmed by three mills, from 18 to 15. • The Girl Guides were out selling their 600 boxes of cookies.
The proceeds would go toward camping, outings and other guiding projects. • Nine local ladies left to attend the Women’s Institute Meeting in North Vancouver. Among them were Mrs. V. Harris and Mrs. Seymour of the Seabird Homemakers Association. Echoes From the Past is submitted weekly by the Agassiz-Harrison Historical Society.
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Step back in time this Mother’s Day Like so many of the most influential singers, Pasty Cline died far too soon. But her memory, and her music, still lives on. Cline’s music has con-
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and second only to Elvis Presley’s Hound Dog. Aside from her music, Patsy left an enduring impression on her fans and fellow country stars for her courage and perseverance. Now, 47 years later, the Chilliwack Cultural Centre presents a very special Mother’s Day with Pasty Cline, starring Bonnie Kilroe. Bonnie has appeared from Alaska to Antarctica with three suitcases full of costumes and wigs impersonating everyone, including Cher, Barbra Streisand and Lady Gaga, to sold out shows. She is coming to the Chilliwack Cultural Centre with her best solo impersonation as country legend, Patsy Cline.
She’ll be bringing back some Patsy favourites, such as Crazy, Sweet Dreams, Walking after Midnight, I Fall to Pieces, and many more. Audience participation is encouraged and adds an extra element of novelty and surprise. Kilroe uses natural comic timing, striking looks and versatile vocals to keep the audience entertained. And she says people should expect a fun show, despite Cline sometimes being associated with slow, sad songs. “Not true,” she says. “I promise this show will be far from boring. I love interaction with the audience and the more connection, the better.” Kilroe performs
shows as many different famous entertainers, sometimes in a 14 character Vegas Meets Vaudeville Show. “I play Patsy as one of the only serious characters in that show, but when I do the full Patsy tribute, I love to bring comedy to my show. And they may not expect it, but I will also deliver the beautiful, vulnerable emotion of her music,” she says. There will be two shows, at 4 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on May 8 at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre. Tickets are $34, $29 for seniors. For more information, phone 604-391-7469.
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made up of two numbers, systolic and diastolic. When the heart muscle pumps, the force of the blood against the artery walls is at its greatest. This is called the systolic blood pressure. It is the top or larger number of the blood pressure reading. When the heart relaxes between beats, the force of the blood decreases and the blood pressure drops to its lowest point. This is called the diastolic blood pressure. It is the bottom or smaller num-
is to have your blood pressure checked. Partnering with Shoppers Drug Mart, the Agassiz Community Health Centre will be offering free blood pressure testing on May 2 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.; on May 16 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. and on May 30 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Agassiz Shoppers Drug Mart. On site will be health professionals to provide medical advice and printed information will be available to take home. A blood pressure reading is So what is blood pressure? Your arteries carry the blood from your heart throughout your body. Blood pressure is the measure of how hard your blood is pushing against the inside of your arteries. Although a certain amount of pressure is needed to carry the blood through your body, if that pressure is too great, you have high blood pressure. Over time high blood pressure can damage blood vessel walls, causing scar-
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May at the Rec Centre c e k h c o u & t y o ! u b s r p m a r r o g p o st Aquatic Programs
Red Cross Swim Lessons Lessons are 30-45 minutes on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 3:30pm-5:30pm Date: May 3-26 Tues and Thurs Cost: $30 to $60 Age: 4 months + Adult Swim Lessons Date: May 3-26 Tues and Thurs Time: 6:45pm-7:30pm Cost: $45 Age: 19 yrs + Canadian Swim Patrol Date: May 2-June 27 Mondays Time: 3:45pm-4:45pm Cost: $50 Age: 8 yrs + Masters’ Swim Program Date: May 2-June 27 Mondays Time: 5pm-6pm Cost: $50 Age: 19 yrs + Teddy Bear Swim & Story Date: May 6-June 24 Fridays Time: 10:15am-11:15am Cost: $5 drop in or 8 sessions for $36 Age: 2-5 yrs Dive-In Movie Night Date: Friday, May 6 Time: 6pm-8pm Cost: $3.25/person
Dance Mix Date: May 2-June 27 Mondays Time: 4:15pm-5:15pm Cost: $36 Age: 12-16 yrs Indoor Floor Hockey Date: May 2-June 27 Mondays Time: 6:30pm-7:30pm Cost: $35 Age: 7-12 yrs
Don’t miss out! Hope & District
Recreation & Cultural Services
Hope & District Recreation Centre & First Class Waste Services
Teens to Adults Beginner Belly Dancing Date: May 3-June 21 Tuesdays Time: 6:45pm-8:15pm Age: 16 years+ Cost: $50/person Food Safe Date: Saturday, May 14 Time: 8:30am-4:30pm Age: 15 years+ Cost: $80/person
Coming Soon! • Customer Appreciation/Move for Health Day • Emergency First Aid • Retro Roller Skating Party • Pro-D Day Camp • Youth Cooking
Date: Saturday, May 14 Time: 9am-1pm Cost: $10/ table Location: Hope Arena
Reserve your table today!
Call 604.869.2304 for more info.
Hope & District
Recreation & Cultural Services
1005-6th Ave, Hope, BC website: www.fvrd.bc.ca • email: firstname.lastname@example.org
“Best Ice in BC”
**ALL programs/courses require pre-registration. Cancelled on statutory holidays. Visit our website, pick up the 2011 Spring Program Guide or call for program details!