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Most Lake Country residents have probably already adjusted their driving habits for the Lodge Road roundabout construction, but the Kalamalka Lake Interconnect (KLI) project will have a larger transformational effect on the people the project services. The KLI is part of the Water Master Plan for Lake Country. It is a $5.04-million infrastructure upgrade that is designed to end the boil water advisory that has been in place for the Oyama Creek system customers since 2010. Funding for the projects is shared between the district, the province and the federal government. The project was put to tender this spring and construction began in May, with completion expected spring 2013. The KLI has three main components—a UV water treatment and capacity upgrade to the Kal Lake Pump Station; construction of a booster station at a midpoint

elevation; and the new Oyama Creek Reservoir complete with chlorination systems and intake. The multi-part project addresses several concerns for the area. The first is water quality. The current chlorination facility is located too close to some end users. Chlorine requires a certain amount of contact time with the organisms in water to work effectively. Homes located too close to the chlorine station essentially derived none of the benefits of the chlorine because there was no transit time for the chemical to work. In addition, the chlorine system had reliability issues. It is a routine part of life for farms on the Oyama Bench to register their water usage, but in the event of a miscalculation or sudden spike in demand, the system would run out of water. Such occurrences sent district staff scrambling into the orchards to find shut off valves to decrease consumption immediately and get the system back on track. “We still have to do

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GREG BUCHHOLZ explains the flow of water in the old water treatment plant directly across from the new plant being built on Oyama Creek. water rounds every day and control the water supply,� explained Greg Buchholz, operations manager with the district. The new reservoir, located above Oyama next to Oyama Creek, will solve many of the reliability problems. Tucked into the hillside, the new six-meter high reservoir will be completely covered and has an expected lifespan of about 100 years. Right next to the

new reservoir, a new selfcleaning screen house and chlorination facilities are being installed. The chlorination facility is far enough away from end-users that the chemical will have time to maximize its effectiveness. Built in the 1960s, the current system on Oyama Creek has a passive screening process that filters out the chunky bits that come with water run-off.

There is no storage capacity, so if demand exceeds supply in the creek during the later summer months, arbitrary consumption limits are needed. “Currently we can run the system, but we can’t up volume for demand,� Buchholz said. As Oyama grows, demand increases. Buchholz said water studies about agriculture consumption show orchardists in Oyama are in line

with regional consumption rates. The new system is meant to compliment the water intake from Kalamalka Lake. The two water sources will work in tandem to meet consumption requirements. To guarantee the water quality from Kalamalka Lake, the district is installing a UV light filtration system at the Kalamalka Lake pump house. During low demand the interconnected system will be able to provide UV and chlorine disinfected water to the entire Oyama service area. When demand spikes, the new reservoir is ready to meet the needs of the community. The new system should be operational next spring. Once construction is complete, Buchholz said residents and water consumers will have a huge bump in their water quality. “We are hoping to eliminate boil water notices for Oyama,� Buchholz said.

RCMP report: Alcohol to blame for a lot of bad behaviour BOBBI-SUE MENARD The number of assaults in Lake Country was higher by 130 per cent in the second quarter of 2012 year over year. During the April, May and June of 2011, 10 assaults were recorded. In 2012, 23 assaults were recorded for the same time period. The theme of the increase is alcohol, said Lake Country RCMP Sgt. Scott Rempel. But assaults were only one piece of the picture presented to council last week by Rempel.

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Setting aside impaired driving offences where the statistics do not match up historically due to the changes in provincial law, the most significant statistical drop was the 43 per cent drop in drug offenses. The drop in drug offences masks a very busy year for the Lake Country RCMP in dealing with marijuana grow operations. In his report to council, Rempel pointed out that more pot plants were seized in Lake Country than in Richmond and West Kelowna combined. In an interview following the report, Rempel said the pace of grow-op busts has been exhausting for the local force.

The grow-ops have been found in a about a 50/50 mix of home ownership and rental situations. Most have been stealing BC Hydro power and have been growing for export to Alberta and the U.S. “The larger grow-ops are purely a source of tax free cash,� Rempel said, noting the RCMP seized plants and thousands of dollars worth of equipment. In other categories, Lake County crime stat totals tend to have such low numbers, a small increase in incidents can have a large percentage increase. Spousal assaults stayed the same in the

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Madsens still fighting for their dog’s release KATHY MICHAELS

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People’s Choice award to Linda and Doug Meraw in their garden, which features a large deep koi pond, a smaller pond upslope with a creek burbling into the larger pond, extensive perennial plantings and a tranquil inviting atmosphere.

Beautification in good hands BOBBI-SUE MENARD Communities in Bloom judges gathered with civic group members, Lake Country politicians and staff last Wednesday to celebrate the beautification of the community. They celebrated the installation of new sun shades in Swalwell Park and awarded the Lake Country Blooming Garden contest winners. Members of the Lake Country Lions club, Lake Country Garden Club and district staff joined the Communities

in Bloom judges to congratulate this year’s winners. They are: • Commercial: Beeline Web • Vegetable/edible garden: Emma Bernardo • Residential: Janet Glasser • Xeriscape: Andrea Williamson • Small residential: Patricia Wood The awards were presented by Judy Poole, president of the Lake Country Garden Club whose 50 members host three events a year—the May plant sale, the Garden Tour in June and the

Blooming Garden Contest in July. The Garden Tour People’s Choice award went to Linda and Doug Meraw. The group also took in renovations to Swalwell Park which are nearly complete. The parking lot has a few finishing details to be completed and there are a few last pieces to be installed around the water park where the Lake Country Lions were integral to purchasing two brightly-coloured sun shades for the splash park to protect families watching the children.

A Lake Country family’s campaign to save their death row dog is gaining support, and their beloved pet is now being cast in the public eye as an unlikely victim. The perception tilting case played out in a Kelowna courtroom last week. In particular, it dealt with the regional district’s request to euthanize Jennifer and Peter Madsen’s malamute, Shadow. It had been taken into the regional district’s custody over a year ago, following an egregious attack on a local woman. Officials contend that Shadow, which was then 13 months old, had approached a woman and her leashed dog during their walk, and viciously attacked. It left the woman’s leg ripped apart, with multiple gashes that took months to heal. The Madsens and several witnesses to the injury causing episode, however, believe Shadow may have been unleashed and inappropriately near the woman— after burrowing under their fence to freedom— but it wasn’t the aggressor. In fact, they say the woman’s German shepherd, Bella, was sent into a frenzy when Shadow approached, and may have bitten its owner. It’s been a point of view that’s largely fallen on deaf ears in the months that have passed, but last week the Madsens offered a compelling defence in court that caught the attention of CHBC news cameras

and, in turn, the public. Along with Gary Gibson, a renowned dog assessor from the Lower Mainland with 30 years experience, cameras caught Shadow behaving as a subservient puppy, with no aggressive qualities. “He had his hands in her mouth, and was pulling at her, and‌nothing,â€? said Jennifer Madsen, noting she’s been inundated with community support since the footage aired. It’s a nice change of pace, considering Madsen has contended all along that Shadow is a friendly dog. “I had her at showand-tell at an elementary school on Friday, then they seized her on Monday,â€? she said. The friendly characterization of the dog is far from new to the regional district. They’ve had contrary viewpoints to theirs since day one, said Madsen, however they choose to ignore it. “They had their minds made up when they heard the woman walking Bella’s story,â€? said Madsen. “Nobody is contesting that Shadow was at large, or that the wound was grievous, we’re just saying Shadow didn’t do it. They’re aware of that. They’ve disregardered witness and police statements. It’s meant that Shadow has been in a fiveby-10 foot cell for the last 15 months, with nothing more than two 15-minute breaks per day. Now, Madsen said, it’s time for Shadow to

come home. The court case went on hold as of last Wednesday and won’t likely resume until November. But at month’s end, the Madsens will be before a judge again to regain custody of their pet. “We have a strong legal argument because the court case was held over,� she said. “It’s a step in the right direction, but we’ve been fighting for this for 15 months. Even our court case is going well. We’ve not yet presented our case, and we’re winning based on

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▼ DOG BITE

Release Shadow Open letter to the Regional District of the Central Okanagan: I have seen this community grow and thrive and so far it has been very welcoming to our four legged friends. However, there is one instance, where it has not. And I am afraid this one instance will overshadow much of the good that has been done. I am referring, of course, to the case of Shadow, who has been incarcerated for 15 months. (See story page A3.) I have read the news reports, read the eye witness accounts, read the expert’s testimony on the personality of Shadow the dog—all has been very consistent. I am extremely puzzled as to why this animal is being treated in this manner. I’m not even going to get into the problems with the dog pound facilities and routines, that should also be looked at extremely carefully. You have a good opportunity to do that now, too. But let’s stay focused on Shadow herself.

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I understand that the case is before the courts. I am going to refrain from comment on Shadow’s accuser’s actions. I understand that the RDCO has made an of- T fer to Shadow’s owners in order for her to come home; however, I have also read what that offer was, and the terms were completely unacceptable. w The RDCO should be looking to be fair to its citizens. That offer was not fair in the least. I hope that future policy will include that dogs which have been accused of biting, but which have been cleared by eyewitnesses, will not have to go through this again. I hope that Shadow will get released to her family without any of the unfair restrictions. Instead, have her released to her family on the requirements that she not go off property unescorted. In my opinion, that would be fair. I would love to see Shadow be released to her family, an apology SEE SHADOW A5

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▼ PERSONAL INJURY

Accident soft tissue injuries not always evident “Good statistics are at the foundation of all sound decision making across society and the economy.”

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pulled that from the website of Office for National Statistics, which purports to be the United Kingdom’s largest independent producer of official statistics. By contrast, I might be the smallest independent producer of statistics in all of the Commonwealth, and my statistics are by no means official. I started keeping settlement statistics one year after I started writing this weekly column. I didn’t want to make estimates and assertions that I could not back up with hard data, so I created a spreadsheet to track every insurance company offer through to the settlement of every personal injury claim that I have settled since the beginning of 2008. My spreadsheet also includes a brief description of each crash, so I

Paul Hergott Achieving Justice can categorize data by crash type. This column is about rear-ender crashes. I have settled 34 rearenders since the beginning of 2008. One of the key goals of a campaign I launched of “One Crash is Too Many” is raising awareness of the serious consequences of motor vehicle collisions. I am no psychologist, but I figure we behave according to our perception of the consequences of our behaviour. The more serious the consequences we recognize of our driving be-

haviour, the more attention and care we will take when behind the wheel. The media regularly reinforces a perception that collisions don’t come with serious consequences. Big crashes with lots of damage make the headlines. Sometimes people die, but crash deaths are thankfully few and far between. For the vast majority of reported crashes, even crashes resulting in lots of twisted metal and overturned vehicles, the vehicle occupants are reported as having either sustained no injury or that any injury wasn’t serious. Base your driving behaviour on media reports and it is as if we’re driving around in bumper cars with minimal or no consequences at all. What do you think of when you hear that injuries are “not serious.” Do you think of putting a band-aide on a child’s knee? Media reports are

based on what we see at the scene. With seat belts holding our bodies back from flying against dashboards, it is very rare for there to be any visible injuries at the scene of a crash. The tearing and spraining of the connective soft tissues of the spine don’t typically become apparent, even to the injured victims, until hours after the crash when the tissues start to seize up and become painful. The ICBC Community Snapshot for Kelowna indicates that approximately 2,700 people are injured every year in crashes in Kelowna. How many of those injuries make the news? How many of those would you characterize as “serious” if you knew the full extent of what the injured victims have experienced? Here is where my “statistics” come in. I have a small law firm. Of the approxi-

mately 2,700 people injured in Kelowna every year, perhaps 50 come to me. Keep that in mind when I hit you with my statistics. Also keep in mind that insurance companies pay out as little as they can possibly get away with when settling claims. They make no apology for it, nor should they. That’s their business. They are experts in defending claims, with access to private investigators, medical specialists and excellent defence lawyers. Finally, please understand that the size of a settlement represents the size of the loss to the injured victim. Settlements are not based on crash photographs; they are based on what the law would evaluate as fair compensation for actual losses. Once again, these statistics are based soleSEE HERGOTT A5

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Plea to have jailed dog free again SHADOW FROM A4 on the part of the accuser, an apology on the part of RDCO and funds reimbursed plus damages. That would be my happy ending. That will be the court’s decision, however I can hope. For now though, let Shadow go home and without any of the extreme requirements that are currently in place. Shadow, from what I can see from all objective accounts, is not an aggressive dog. You have two dog behaviourists who have stated this, you have

Greatest complement you can pay is to listen intently

eye witness accounts that state Shadow did not bite, you have the police statements as well. Surely, you can see that Shadow should have been home 15 months ago? Let her go home now. The Central Okanagan has been given a good reputation for being dogfriendly. It would be unfortunate for this to change. I’m afraid it has already with all the publicity, and its only going to get worse. Please try to make amends, and do it now. Julia Trops, West Kelowna

â–ź INJURY CLAIMS

Injuries unseen but life-changing HERGOTT FROM A4 ly on rear-end collisions. There were no fiery crashes. In every one of these cases, there were no visible injuries at the scene. If reporting on any of these collisions, the media would have reported either no injuries or no serious injuries. The average settlement amount, including costs, of the 34 rear-end crash claims I have settled since the beginning of 2008 is $135,963.86. Here’s a call out to the media to change the way they report on crash injuries. Until you know, by calling up the vehicle occupants the next morning to find out how hard it is to get out of bed because of the pounding headaches and seized up necks and backs, please don’t comment on whether or not there were injuries. Further, unless you follow up with them three years later to find out what their ongoing, permanent symptoms are, please don’t comment on the seriousness of those injuries. Instead, please report the fact that someone is injured in a car crash in Kelowna, on average, every 2 hours and 15 minutes (2,700 per year). When reporting on a crash, please report that it is highly likely that the vehicle occupants were injured and that many of

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those injured will never, ever recover from those injuries. Incidentally, about one-third of the rearender cases I settled the insurance adjuster had made an offer to settle the claim directly with the injured victim before I was retained. The average of those offers was $8,800. This column is intended to provide general information about injury claims. It is not a substitute for retaining a lawyer to provide legal advice about a case. Paul Hergott is a lawyer at Hergott Law in West Kelowna. paul@hlaw.ca

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all dealing with the same questions: “Who am I? How did I get to be who I am now?� Such questions matter as we draw nearer to the end of life. We want to know, to recognize, to acknowledge the factors that shaped us. Some decisions were made for us; others we made ourselves. They all weave together into a tapestry that is visible only in hindsight. Listening to each other helped to bring the tapestry into focus. The apparently simple act of listening, without judging, affirmed what each of us had become. Sometimes I jest that I don’t know what I’m thinking until I hear myself trying to say it. But that implies having someone who cares enough to listen to the thoughts I’m fumbling with. If no one is willing to listen, can I hear myself think? Listening can change us. It may be the deepest

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y far the most common type of injury that I treat in the clinic is neck and back pain. For the majority of my patients suffering from neck and back pain it is something that has gradually come on without an actual injury. The pain starts out mild and inconsistent and then it gradually worsens until

it becomes a daily problem. It is usually when the pain gets more severe that people end up seeking treatment. Many of my middle aged patients who are experiencing neck or back pain come to the clinic after having x-rays of their spine. In almost all of these cases their xrays show that they have some amount of arthritis.

As soon as we hear that we have arthritis in our spine, we assume that we have finally found the reason for our pain. The real story however, is that most times the pain that we feel is not coming from the arthritis but is in fact coming from the tight muscles that run along the spine. Confused yet? I’ll explain.

The difference between having arthritis in a peripheral joint, like the ankle, knee and hip, and having arthritis in the spine is that everyone gets some arthritis in their spine. A certain amount of arthritis in the neck and back is a normal process of aging and does not mean you are going to have pain.

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likely. But it does mean that with proper treatment it is possible to get a much better handle on your pain in order to make things more manageable day-to-day. The right treatment varies depending on the person. No two spines are the same, so you can never completely predict what type of treatment will be the most effective way of reducing your pain. The key is to get the deep muscles to start loosening up, and this can be done by using

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a combination of handson mobilizing and soft tissue massage techniques, daily stretching and IMS needling. This is where a trained health care professional can use their expertise to decide on what approach to takew with you. So to summarize, everyone will have some arthritis in their spines by a certain age. Regardless of how much arthritis you have, do not assume that your pain is coming from your spine. Muscles are very often the cause of spinal pain and there are many dif- w ferent treatment options available to help ease your back and neck ache. Graham Gillies is a physiotherapist at Sun City Physiotherapy Winfield, a fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy and a certified Gunn IMS practitioner.

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This is different than when we have arthritis in some of our other joints. If we do end up having significant arthritis in one of our peripheral joints (ankle, knee, hip, hands) it tends to cause us pain. So, if everyone has arthritis in their spine after a certain age then why are we not all walking around in pain all of the time? This is because a lot of the pain we feel in our necks and backs is actually coming from deep, tight muscles and not actually from the arthritis. These muscles slowly tighten over time in response to the arthritis changes in your spine. If you can get the proper treatment to cause a release of these tight muscles, you can, in a lot of cases, significantly reduce the pain. Does it mean that you will never have any issues in your spine again? Not

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Start saving more Take extra care when motorcycles on the road OLEKSYN FROM A6 ers approaching retirement age. Personally, I think that there are three reasons why this boomer demographic age wave will eventually drive up savings rates and reduce consumption. First of all, I believe that Canadians will have to come to grips that they will need to save more than their parents did simply because their pension and medical benefits are likely to be far less generous than what their parents received and will almost certainly have to be cut sharply. In fact, just this year, the federal government announced the increased age requirement to qualify for the CPP payment. Secondly, unlike their parents, I don’t think that people can count on their homes being good investments in the future. I agree with those who have postulated that boomers are likely to be bidding against each other as sellers when

they retire and they all downsize en masse. That should put substantial downward pressure on home prices in coming years. Against that back drop, everyone should have a strong incentive to pay down their mortgage in order to reduce the interest expense of home ownership. Thirdly, people will come to realize that they have no assurance that the capital markets will continue to provide the historically high rate of return that they have become accustomed. That means that if they want to retire with the same standard of living, they should count on saving more not less. As I have said before, it’s a simple calculation. What’s your number? Opinions are those of the author and may not reflect those of BMO Nesbitt Burns. Rob Oleksyn, CFA is an investment advisor & financial planner at BMO Nesbitt Burns 250-717-2120 Robert.Oleksyn@nbpcd.com.

tering or exiting a lane of traffic, and at intersections • Always signal your intentions before changing lanes or merging with traffic • Don’t be fooled by a flashing turn signal on a motorcycle–their signals are often not self-cancelling and riders sometimes forget to turn them off. Wait to be sure the motorcycle is going to turn before you proceed • Allow more following distance—three or four seconds—when behind a motorcycle so the rider in front has enough time to manoeuvre or stop in an emergency. • Never tailgate. In dry conditions, motorcycles can stop more quickly than cars •Never drive while distracted. For motorcycle drivers: • Avoid riding in poor weather conditions • Wear brightlycoluored protective gear and a DOT-compliant helmets • Use turn signals for every turn or lane change, even if you think

ALISTAIR WATERS With the summertime motorcycle season in full swing, a Kelowna motorcycle dealership is urging car and truck drivers, as well as motorcycle riders themselves, to be extra vigilant on the roads. Kane’s Harley-Davidson held a barbecue and show and shine fundraiser at its Kelowna store last week to raise awareness about motorcycle safety and money for a couple injured recently in a Kelowna motorcycle accident. Kane’s Harley-Davidson, in Kelowna, offers the following tips to help keep motorcyclists safe on our roads. For car and truck drivers: • A motorcycle is a vehicle with all of the rights and privileges of any other motor vehicle • Always allow a motorcyclist the full lane width—never try to share a lane • Perform a visual check for motorcycles by checking mirrors and blind spots before en-

no one will see it • Combine hand signals and turn signals to draw more attention to yourself • Use reflective tape and stickers to increase visibility • Position yourself in the lane where you will be most visible to other drivers • Never drive while impaired. RCMP officers will be doing regular road checks this summer, looking for impaired riders and riders who do not have proper helmets now that the province’s new motorcycle helmet law is in effect. The new law bans the use of “skid lid,â€? skull caps and beanie helmets that do not adequately protect riders’ heads. The new helmet is part of a number of new safety regulations brought in by Victoria aimed at minimizing the number of motorcycle injuries and deaths in B.C., including new rules for passengers and licence plates. The new regulations, which came into effect

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Employment Help Wanted Forestry - Skidder Operator needed for Vernon, BC area. Experience required. Fax Resume with experience and references: 250-503-1148. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. GENERAL Orchard Labour req in Winfield, 1 vacancy. Incl pruning, thinning, harvesting & planting. No exp nec. Physically demanding, in all weather cond. Must have own transp. Pay rate $10.25/hr. 6 days/wk, 10 hrs/day, Sept. 7 to Nov. 15th. Reply to B & T Orchards, 10055 Chase Rd, Lake Country, BC V4V 1P3 or 250-7662375 email: smmitchell@telus.net

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Help Wanted An Alberta Construction Company is hiring dozer, excavator and labour/rock truck operators. Preference will be given to operators that are experienced in oilfield road and lease construction. Lodging and meals provided. The work is in the vicinity of Edson, Alberta. Alcohol & Drug testing required. Call Contour Construction at 780-723-5051. EUROPEAN Senior farmer needs housekeeper with possible meal preparation & errands. Call 1-604-376-4550

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Pets PET Grooming NOW Open at Bone Appetit in Glenmore, 111-1940 Kane Rd. 862-2663

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•SENIORS CENTER 9832 Bottom Wood Lake Road is holding a yard sale on Sept. 29 and are accepting donations until sale time. Please call 250-766-4568 for pick up or drop off. •LAKE COUNTRY FARMERS MARKET Fridays 3pm7pm; June thru September, Winfield Memorial Arena parking lot. Come enjoy locally grown produce, freshly baked treats, handmade crafts and a bite to eat while visiting with others from the community. Facebook: www. facebook.com/LakeCountryFarmersMarket; Website: lakecountryfarmersmarket.webs.com •PREPARE FOR YOUR FUTURE! August 9, September 13 (the second Thursday of each month). Ziglar Recreation Centre, Apple Valley Seniors Residence, 102- 2055 Benvoulin Court, Multipurpose Room 10am to 11:30am. Plan ahead, learn about the continuum of housing options available to you. Have your questions answered about Low Income/ Subsidized Housing, Supportive Living and related programs. A Representative from Interior Health will be available to provide detailed information about Assisted Living, Residential and Complex Care. For more information, and to register, please call 250 861 6180 or email senior2@telus.net. • FREE OUTDOOR MUSIC CONCERTS EVERY SATURDAY IN JULY & AUGUST. For information go to www.lcopenair.com. JULY 28 @ KOPJE REGIONAL: 6pm 2Step Closer •6:45pm Jane Eamon •8-9pm Sista B and the Boyz. CARR’S LANDING FAMILY FUN PICNIC: 2:30pm-5:30pm: Games, bounce house, hot dogs. AUG 4 @ JACK SEATON PARK: 6pm Jeff Chimney •6:45pm Bex Troock •7:30-9pm A.S.H. AUG 11 @ CORAL BEACH: 6pm Carolyn Anele •6:45pm Jennifer Boal, •7:45-9pm Calum Hughes. AUG 25 @ OK CENTRE PARK: 6pm Fish on Five Brass Quintet, •7:15pm Fabulous Flying Weekenders, •8:15-9:30pm Movie in the Park, title to be

announced. •LC SENIOR BUS SCHEDULE Thurs., July 26 - scenic tour to Summerland Research Station and surrounding areas. To reserve a seat on bus phone Margaret 250-766-3227. •NEW SUMMER HOURS FOR THE WINFIELD UNITED CHURCH THRIFT SHOP July and August the shop will be open Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 2:00pm. •LAKE COUNTRY MUSEUM SUMMER HOURS The Lake Country Museum is open 7 days a week, from 10am to 4pm, May 14 to Sept. 3, 2012. Take a step back in time through the historic Okanagan Centre School, Museum Annex, and 1906 Wentworth Cabin, research the museum archives to ďŹ nd out more about local history, and visit the museum’s gift shop and Patio Cafe. Guided tours are available, please pre-book tour groups of 10 or more at 250-766-0111 or by email to lcmuseum@shaw.ca. The Lake Country Museum is located at 11255 Okanagan Centre Road West, Lake Country, BC. Admission by donation. Website: www.lakecountrymuseum. com. •LAKE COUNTRY BUSINESS CONNECTIONS meets twice monthly in the boardroom of the TD Bank Lake Country Branch. This is an opportunity for local business people to meet, share business ideas and concerns, and to provide motivation to each other. Referrals are also shared. Membership is free and is limited to one person per business category. Meetings are at 9am on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month. For details contact Tom Cockrell 250-7661515 or Cleo Rufe 250-548-4070. •OYAMA LEGION BRANCH 189 holds a meat draw every Saturday afternoon at 2pm. All members and guests are welcome.

•THE LAKE COUNTRY MUSEUM is open Monday & Wednesday afternoons from 1pm to 4pm and by appointment. 11255 Okanagan Centre Rd. W. 250-766-0111 www.lakecountrymuseum.com •CRIBBAGE TOURNAMENTS at the Seniors’ Activity Center 9832 Bottomwoodlake Rd. each third Sunday of the month. Entry fee $12. Excellent lunch, free coffee all day. Games start at 10am. Registration not required. For information call John 250-766-3026. •TO ALL WINFIELD CRIB PLAYERS: Every Friday evening at 7pm at the Seniors’ Activity Centre (9832 Bottom Wood Lake Rd.). $2/evening. 8 full games with a chance of winning $12, $10 or $8. Coffee, drinks & goodies served at no charge. For info call John 250-766-3026. •LC LINE DANCERS Tuesdays, 1:30pm & Thursdays, 9:30am in the Seniors’ Centre. Beginners always welcome. Joy, 250766-0850. •SOCIAL BRIDGE Tuesdays, 7pm at the Seniors’ Centre. New players welcome. Eunice, 250-766-3982. •THE COUNCIL OF SENIOR CITIZENS ORGANIZATIONS (COSCO) is an advocacy group devoted to improving “The Quality of Lifeâ€? for all seniors. Senior organizations/ associations wishing to afďŹ liate or individuals wishing to become members please contact Ernie Bayer: 604-576-9734 fax 604-576-9733 or ecbayer@shaw.ca for further info. •LC OUTDOORS CLUB welcomes new hikers. Sturdy hiking boots are a must. Bring water, snacks/lunch & clothing appropriate & sufďŹ cient for the weather. For more info, to sign up for our hikes, or to post your own hikes on the forum, visit www.lakecountryoutdoorsclub.com.

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NOTICE OF PERMISSIVE TAX EXEMPTIONS The Council of the District of Lake Country will be considering adoption of “Tax Exemption (Lake Country Senior Housing Society) Bylaw 839, 2012”. The tax exemption applies to the taxation period commencing January 1, 2013 for eight years. The meeting of Council to adopt the bylaw will be held on Tuesday, August 21, 2012 at 7:00 pm in the Council Chambers, Lake Country Municipal Hall. For more information, please contact Rose Bronswyk Kassa, CMA, Financial Services Manager. Pursuant to Section 227 (1) and (2) of the Community Charter the following information is provided with regard to the Bylaw: Legal Description and Civic Address Lot A, Plan KAP77794 9509 Main Street

Term 8 years

Registered Owner Lake Country Senior Housing Society

Description Blue Heron Villa Assisted Living Residence

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$12,200

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Upcoming Fun Events for the Whole Family Saturday, July 28th – Carr’s Landing Community & Recreation Association Family Fun Picnic at Kopje Regional Park 2:30-5:30pm followed by Lake Country Open Air Performance 2 Step Closer (harmony duo) 6-6:30pm, Jane Eamon (folk) 6:457:45pm, Sista B & The Boyz (soul & funk) 8-9pm. Bring your lawn chairs. Sunday, August 12th – FarmFolk CityFolk presents Okanagan Feast of Fields fundraiser event ($85) at Claremont Ranch Organics (www.feastoffields.com) Saturday, August 18th – Summer Jam (from 4pm) at Swalwell Park Monday, August 20th – Interior Savings and Boys & Girls Club presents SHREK moonlight movie night at Beasley Park (movie starts at dusk). No charge event, donations accepted. Bring your lawn chairs and blankets. Visit the concession, and experience the Get Hoppy Inflatables before the show starts. Farmers’ Market (Fridays 3-7pm): The Farmers’ Market will remain at the Winfield arena for the duration of the season until the landscaping is complete on their new space at Swalwell Park.

Visit www.makewaterwork.ca to learn more about this valley-wide water conservation initiative.

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SUMMER REMINDERS SHORT TERM VACATION RENTALS Lake Country is a prime destination for visitors, and short term vacation rentals must comply with zoning bylaws. Residential rentals must be no less than one month in duration. Bylaw Enforcement will be responding to complaints with tickets issued to violators. BOATERS – USE THE WATER SAFELY Boaters are asked to be cautious of high water levels, and to be mindful of their boat wake and its effect on lake and river banks. The wake from boats or personal water craft can displace the water levels as much as two feet and could damage homes. Conservation Officers will be actively enforcing the 10 km/hr speed restriction within 30 meters of shore on interior lakes. RESPECT THE ENVIRONMENT With the gorgeous summer weather upon us, more people are getting outdoors to be active and enjoy the beautiful natural environment around Lake Country. Please remember to pack out what you bring in. Leave our parks and trails cleaner than when you arrived.

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT CELEBRATED

Municipal Hall Financial Services 10150 Bottom Wood Lake Road Lake Country, BC V4V 2M1 t: 250-766-5650 f: 250-766-0116 finance@lakecountry.bc.ca

July 18th Evening in the Park: Mayor James Baker and Lake Country Lions Club president Anne Geis dedicate the new shade structure installation at Tretheway Splash Park in Swalwell Park. Thanks to the Lake Country Lions Club for funding in addition to a grant from the American Association of Dermatology on the recommendation of sponsoring AAD member Dr. Carmel Anderson. Lake Country Garden Club president Judy Poole and Leisure Services Coordinator Sheila Gunn present Emma Bernardo with an award for Best Veggie/Edible Garden in the 2012 Bloomin’ Garden contest. Congratulations also to 2012 best in category winners: Janet Glaser - Residential Patricia Wood - Small Residential beelineweb.com - Commercial Andrea Williamson - Xeriscape


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