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OILY LOOKING MESS ISN’T OIL
Keremeos cyclists finish cross country ride See page 4
Crowsnest Winery hosts Harley riders with new models See page 13
Roadside puddle concerns motorists See page 11
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These young writers and players take a bow after their performance of Little Red Riding Hood during the Similkameen Family Literacy Day Camp held at The Keremeos Grist Mill and Gardens from August 20-24.
11th place this year, By Steve Arstad news@keremeosreview. clocking in at 9:22:06, 15 minutes and three com seconds behind last The last Subaru year’s 9:07:03, a time Canada Ironman in which gave Tremblay Penticton favoured a ninth place finish the athletes with ideal last year, where simiend of summer weath- lar race weather coner conditions. ditions prevailed. The 2,600 particiFifteen time lopants enjoyed sunny cal Ironman Milton skies and warm con- Guignion turned in ditions for race day. a better performance This year’s version this year than last, saw eight contestants p l a c i n g 5 4 6 t h a t from the Okanagan 11:39:14 ahead of last Falls - Kaleden - year’s 565th place, Lower Similkameen 11:44:22 finish. areas take part in the See page nine to race. Strong perennial find out how local local triathlete Scott athletes fared on SunTremblay finished in day.
Riding accident in the Ashnola sends two to hospital; upper end of road to close for bridge repairs By Steve Arstad firstname.lastname@example.org
Victims thrown from horses were able to access cellphone service Two men are lucky to be alive after their horses spooked during
a trail ride high up the Ashnola valley on Thursday, August 16. Police received a 911 call just before 8 p.m. on the 16th. One of the horsemen was able to use his cellphone to contact emergency services after both men’s horses spooked on a narrow trail. One of the men tumbled approximately 200 feet, suffering several broken bones and bruised lungs.The other man
was also thrown from his horse, but did not leave the trail. Rescue crews from Keremeos, Osoyoos and Penticton attended the scene, as did Keremeos RCMP and BC Ambulance personnel. Both men were hospitalized. Last week the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations advised travellers that the Ashnola Forest
Service Road will be temporarily closed at 39 kilometres from Tuesday, Sept. 4 to Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2012, due to a bridge replacement. Ministry staff will be dismantling an old wooden bridge that is deteriorating and will replace it with a steel girder concrete deck bridge with a longer lifespan. Note the closure is near the
end of the forest service road and access to all recreation sites along Ashnola Forest Service Road will not be affected. The Ashnola Forest Service Road is located approximately 27 kilometres southwest of Keremeos, and is part of British Columbia’s 55,000-kilometre Forest Service road network that provides access to British Columbia’s backcountry.
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ral. Appts. necessary. Phone 1-800-707-8550. 1st THURSDAY: South Similkameen Museum Society Meeting, 7 pm, at the Ecumenical Church in Keremeos THURSDAYS: AA meetings at 7:30 pm Health Centre activity room. Info. call Eleanor 499-5982. THURSDAY: KCSA Monthly meetings the last Thursday of each month at clubhouse 7:30 p.m. THURSDAY: Yoga, Cawston Hall in the WI Room 7:30 pm, for more info call Theresia 499-2029 or email firstname.lastname@example.org THURSDAY: Afternoon dances at the OAP Seniors Centre from 1:30 - 4 p.m. THURSDAY: Similkameen Adult Badminton Club, Oct. 16th to Dec. 18th, 7 pm to 9 pm, For more info call Manfred at 499-5290. THURSDAY: Weight Watchers, 5 pm, Elks Hall. More info call Sarah at 250-499-2878. FRIDAY: Keremeos TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) meets at 9:00 a.m. at the Health Centre. Visitors & new members are welcome. Call Georgina at 499-0202 or Dianne Clifton at 499-5180 for more info. FRIDAY: Elks and Royal Purple bingo. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. FRIDAY: Carpet Bowling at 1:00 p.m. in the Cawston Hall. Bowlers needed. Call Glennys at 499-5409. SUNDAY: KCSA Trap Shooting, 11:00 am to ?, Weather permitting. SUNDAY: Yoga at 8:00 am at Sim. Rec Centre, bring a yoga mat & blanket. Call Theresia (Certified Yoga Instructor) 499-2029 or email email@example.com SUNDAY: AA Meeting at 10:00 am in the Health Center Activity Room. Info call Eleanor at 499-5982. 3rd MONDAY: Kars Under the K Meeting, 7:00 pm, Meeting Room at Health Center, Call Marcel Morin for info 499-7775. 2nd TUESDAY: Can-Do General Meetings. Everyone Welcome. Phone 499-2420 for more information. 3RD TUESDAY: Legion General Meeting. 7:00 p.m. Keremeos Legion Hall. 1ST WEDNESDAY OF MONTH: Regular meeting of the O.A.P. Branch #65, at 2 p.m. Keremeos. 1ST & 3RD WEDNESDAY: Search & Rescue meet 7-9 p.m., 8th Ave. & 4th St. Call 499-6067 or 499-5429. 2ND WEDNESDAY OF MONTH: The Similkameen Garden Club meets at 7 p.m. at the OAP Centre on Main Street in Keremeos.. Everyone is welcome. 2ND & 4TH THURSDAY: Keremeos Lions Club meet upstairs at the Legion hall at 7 p.m. 2ND AND 4TH THURSDAY: The Royal Purple Lodge meets at 1:30 p.m. at the Elks Hall. Info: 499-7073. LAST THURSDAY OF MONTH: KCSA Club meeting. EVERY 1ST AND 3RD THURSDAY: The Keremeos Elks meet at 7:30 p.m. at the Elks Hall. EVERY MONDAY, WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY: Interval Training at the Rec. Center, 6am-7am, Call Annette @ 250-499-2238 1ST SUNDAY OF MONTH: Jam Session. OAP. 1 p.m. Everyone Welcome. 499-0112. HEDLEY TUESDAY: 2x’s a month Soup and Sandwich - OAPO Hall watch for posters. THURSDAY: Library 2 pm - 7 pm Hedley Happy Hall, free computer use. THURSDAY: Learn how to make Crafts - 6:30 pm to 9 pm at OAPO Hall 2ND MONDAY: Regular monthly meetings are held at 6 p.m. Hedley Happy Hall19 + & over welcome 2ND MONDAY: Hedley Museum meeting, 6:00 p.m. at the Museum 2ND SUNDAY: Pancake Breakfast, Hedley Happy Hall, 8:00 am to 11:00 am, OAPO Hall 3RD MONDAY: Monthly meeting 2 pm at OAPO EVERY SUNDAY: Hedley Farmer’s Market, June 17 to October 9th, 9 am to 1 pm, follow the signs
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ble! aila v A Now Ravi Dhaliwal is the recipient of this year’s Governor General’s Award for Academic Excellence at Similkameen Elementary Secondary School. The straight A, 4.0 GPA student is off to UBC Vancouver to study the sciences. Shown presenting the award is SESS Principal Marcus Toneato.
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Keremeos Variety closing Contributed
The store was built in 1956 by Mr. Sorge and was purchased in 1969 by Ron and Gladys Blakeborough. They operated a successful business and raised five children in the process. Toward the end of 2003 Gladys was having heart trouble and in June of 2004 she had major surgery. It was time for them to retire from the store. Gladys and Ron’s daughter Sharon stepped in at this point and managed the store for them after which she and her husband purchased the land, Photo by Steve Arstad building and existing stock. Keremeos Variety has continued to do well in spite of the economic downturns of the last Bargain hunters flock to Keremeos Variety following announcement of four years but the time has come to retire and a close out sale. The business has been a part of Keremeos for over 50 enjoy life a little. The store has been for sale for years a period of time and Sharon had hoped someone would take the reins and continue to provide Sharon would like to thank all the stores patrons past and Keremeos with a place to purchase a gift or a party dress or present for their support, patience (when items were on order some work clothes without leaving town. for example) and most of all for the wonderful friendships Time marches on however and Sharon recently decided to that are the hallmarks of towns like Keremeos and the sursell the stock - and have as much fun as possible doing it. rounding communities.
Cultivating community change around seasonal farm work Contributed Penticton & Area Women’s Centre (PAWC) has embarked on a new project in hope to help farmers, communities and seasonal workers get together and work on resolving on-going problems linked to seasonal farm work. For those unfamiliar with PAWC work, they are a non-profit society committed to achieving social and cultural equality in the South Okanagan Similkameen through the alleviation of poverty, violence and discrimination. PAWC assists both women and men through client and community based programs making sure that everyone has access to resources they need. These include Poverty Law and Disability Advocacy, support and referral services as well as education and raising public awareness on many issues that affect us all.
One of those burning issues is a discord around seasonal farm work. The front page article in last week’s Oliver Chronicle (August 22) is one of many we read each year related to transient farm workers. It proves that communities are well aware of the problems and a need for the more structured and permanent solution which would work for all. From all the work and research previously done, we found a strong inter-dependency between communities, farmers and seasonal workers. The project, From Discord To Action is aimed to facilitating a one-day action planning forum where the communities, farmers and seasonal workers come together and create a feasible plan that will have a positive economic impact on farmers as well as bring a positive change to each community in the area. PAWC has added Lilly Zekanovic as the project co-ordinator and all the ques-
tions and suggestions related to seasonal farm work issues should be addressed to her. The first stage of the project is a survey among the farmers, seasonal workers and various community members throughout South Okanagan Similkameen in preparation of action planning forum which will be held in late November. The project From Discord To Action has been funded in part by Vancouver Foundation and BC Gaming and our many community partners. For more information or to become a partner in this project, please contact Lilly Zekanovic Project Coordinator From Discord To Action Penticton & Area Women’s Centre Telephone: 250-493-6822 ext. 106 / Toll free: 1-800-493-6822 / email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Olympic medallist Gabe Bergen pays a visit to Lower Similkameen
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Gabriel Bergen took a few Olympic silver medallist Gabe Bergen was in the Similkameen last week, helping out at days off to relax and catch up his parent’s orchard in Cawston. with family and friends after program and make minor adjustments to your his sharing a silver medal in the men’s eights rowing competition at the London technique as you train.” The men’s eights rowing victory marked Olympics recently. B e r g e n t o o k a t w o y e a r h i a - one of the Canadian team’s highlights during tus from University of Victoria in or- the 2012 London Olympics, as the crew fought der to train for the men’s Olympic team. back from a disappointing dead last finish in the “We’ve been training on the water six hours initial heat. The team ended up making a run a day, three times a week,” Bergen said of the from third in the final, finishing microseconds regimen prior to the Olympics, during a break behind the top seeded German team, and beating from picking peaches at his parents’ farm in the English, who were second seeded rivals. “To be as close as we were - when everyone Cawston. In between the water sessions, we continued had put so much into it - made me proud to be training by lifting weights and working out on on the silver podium,” Bergen said. “It was one of the best races we ever had.” indoor rowing machines.” Gabriel spent last weekend in Cawston, Bergen admitted there were days when the rigorous workouts were tough to get psyched where he had an opportunity to visit with family up for, but said, “You got used to it. Once you and friends that he hadn’t seen in awhile - but got to the training session, everyone involved even in Cawston, it would appear, it’s impossible to completely escape the press. would pick each other up.” Bergen began rowing in 2005. He won gold When asked if the sport came naturally to the family (Bergen’s father, Robert, was world class in the coxed pair at the 2008 World Rowing rower who participated in the 1976 Montreal Championships with partner James Dunaway Olympics as well) Bergen answered that he and cox Mark Laidlaw. He won silver in the “Wanted to do a sport where I could see how far eights at the 2009 Worlds, and took a bronze in I could go - with rowing, the more you do, the the eights in 2011. The 30 year old Olympian is the son of Marimore get out of it. You can learn the technical skills in two or three years, then pursue a fitness lyn and Robert Bergen of Cawston.
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It’s time for B.C. to kill the carbon tax Carbon tax is not revenue neutral for the average taxpayer By Jordan Bateman Canadian Taxpayers Federation Earlier this month the Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) submitted its recommendation to kill the B.C. carbon tax with the provincial government panel reviewing the tax. The CTF has recommended “that the Government of British Columbia immediately repeal the B.C. carbon tax, including all revenue neutrality tools, if necessary to balance the provincial budget.” “It’s time for the carbon tax to go,” said Jordan Bateman, the CTF’s B.C. director. “It hasn’t accomplished its environmental goals and is hurting B.C.’s competitiveness both in North America and internationally. Taxpayers—both individual and business—need relief.” Earlier this summer, the CTF asked its B.C. supporters to send in their thoughts on the carbon tax. Hundreds responded with notes sharing their feelings and personal stories of the hardships the carbon tax has imposed on them.
Those submissions became the foundation for the CTF’s 24-page report to the panel. While the carbon tax is technically revenue neutral for government, many of the offsetting tax cuts do not help the average taxpayer. Among other tax offsets, the B.C. Budget lists the small business venture capital tax credit, a corporate income tax cut, an industrial property tax credit, interactive digital media tax credit, scientific research tax break and a film industry tax break as offsetting the carbon tax. The personal income tax cut only offsets $228 million of the carbon tax’s $1.2 billion overall take. The CTF would like that particular tax cut to remain in place, even if the carbon tax is scrapped. “It’s ridiculous for an average taxpayer to be told it’s revenue neutral when they are forced to pay the ever-increasing carbon tax but have no ability to access the corresponding tax breaks like venture capital credits, industrial property credits, research and experimental development grants or digital media credits,” said Bateman. “Many taxpayers feel left behind by having to pay both a carbon tax and increased prices for any good or service moved by vehicle in B.C.”
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Vandalism is being blamed for damage caused to the readerboard at Keremeos Infocentre last week. An estimated $5,000 damage was done to the sign after rocks were apparently thrown at it. A pot light in the Infocentre was also destroyed.
Shipping our wine across the country is still not easy By Laura Jones, Canadian Federation of Independent Businesss My husband and I are visiting some friends in Ontario this weekend. Thanks to the recent passing of Bill C-311, we can now legally give them some B.C. wine as a gift. Or can we? Bill C-311 amended the 84-year old federal law, dating to Prohibition, that made it illegal to carry or ship wine directly across provincial borders (for example from a B.C. winery to Ontario). The law was a poster child for ridiculous red tape and long overdue for amendment. For small wineries, Bill C-311 seemed like a godsend: explaining to customers why you canâ€™t send them wine because they happen to live out of province wasnâ€™t anybodyâ€™s idea of a good time. Unfortunately, it takes more than just amending outdated federal legislation to untangle the mess of rules governing wine travelling across provincial borders. The provinces are involved in regulating, too. The good news is that all provinces, except Quebec, allow individuals to physically take various quantities with them for personal use. Itâ€™s now legal, for example, for a Calgarian to buy a bottle of wine from a B.C. winery and take it home. The bad news is that most provinces donâ€™t seem eager to allow their residents to have wine sent to them from other provinces. According to the Canadian Association of Liquor Jurisdictions, which represents 13 liquor boards and commissions, right now there are only two
exceptions. Manitoba allows its resident to ship unlimited amounts of wine from other provinces as long as it is for personal use. The province had no regulations saying otherwise on its books so importing was allowed by default after C-311 passed. B.C. showed leadership among provinces by changing its regulations quickly after C-311 was passed to make importing directly for personal use legal. If I visit an Ontario winery, I can now legally have as much as I like shipped to me (as long as it is for personal consumption and 100-per-cent Canadian wine only). I can order it online, too. If you are a wine aficionado, count yourself lucky to live here. I propose a toast to these two provinces for quickly and clearly supporting the federal redtape slashing. Dan Albas, the MP who introduced bill C-311, and Shirley-Ann George, who continue to push for more freedom for wineries and consumers through her website FreeMyGrapes.ca, also deserve feting. I consider them worthy of a CFIB Golden Scissors Award for cutting red tape. As for the other provinces that have yet to join the party, whatâ€™s the hold-up? Isnâ€™t supporting local wineries and giving consumers more choice worthy of your immediate support? My friends in Ontario will be getting a bottle of B.C. wine this weekend. Itâ€™s one that I will have to carry on the plane. I still canâ€™t ship wine directly to them from a B.C. winery. If they lived in another country it would be no problem. Despite C-311, inter-provincial trade barriers for wine-shipping are still alive and kicking.
Campfire ban partially rescinded in Kamloops Fire Centre Partial lifting of ban on the weekend does not include the South Okanagan and Similkameen Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations press release Effective at 12 noon on Friday, Aug. 24, the
current campfire ban in the Kamloops Fire Centre will be rescinded in the Kamloops, Salmon Arm, Merritt and Lillooet fire zones. A campfire ban remains in place in all of the Okanagan, including the Vernon and Penticton fire zones. A map of the areas covered by the campfire ban is available online: at: http://bit.ly/SwU2V3
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Editorial New triathlon will hopefully provide more local benefits The recent announcement by the City of Penticton regarding the end of its association with Ironman Canada will hopefully be good news for the region in general. Next year’s triathlon, which will be part of the Challenge series of long distance triathlons, is expected to take place as part of a week long event that promises to be more inclusive and family oriented. It appeared to us that the Ironman event, in recent years, was taking the area down a path that, less and less benefitted South Okanagan. It certainly seems as though the community was seeing fewer benefits each year at the same time that the race appeared to be making increasing demands on local infrastructure - that we taxpayers were expected to pay for. It sounds like this new arrangement will allow for more of the race proceeds to remain in the local economy, in the pockets of those who volunteer as well as those who live with the local inconvenience of race day. We hope that an arrangement will be made that will allow for other communities on the Ironman race circuit to share some of these benefits - after all, as much as many businesses benefit from the race, there are some who actually lose money on race day, due to road restrictions and traffic issues. Finally, the Penticton triathlon has always been a favourite among athletes who regularly pursue the sport. We hope something as simple as a name change doesn’t alter that view, and that athletes from all over the world continue to come and enjoy this volunteer driven race in the years to come.
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Studying projects to death By Tom Fletcher Black Press NDP leader Adrian Dix has announced that one of his first acts as premier would be to withdraw B.C. from the joint review of the Enbridge pipeline proposal from Alberta to Kitimat. The two-year federalled review will be mostly done by next May, but Dix proposes to start a new provincial assessment to examine at the B.C. portion. He doesn’t know how much it would cost, and under questioning he all but admitted the intention is to study the pipeline to death. Fresh from a summer tour of the pipeline route to reaffirm solidarity with its opponents, Dix is hardly in a position to consider anything but maximum resistance. As Premier Christy Clark did in her showdown with Alberta over benefits, Dix hinted that provincial permits for river and wildlife crossings would be made as expensive as possible, if not refused. The same fate awaits the Kinder Morgan plan to twin
the existing Trans-Mountain oil pipeline to Burnaby. Dix left the impression that he would undo the years of work that have gone into bringing some rational sense to environmental approvals that can be, and have been, dragged out for years. The B.C. hearings would provide another platform for opponents, and more complaints to justify refusal at the provincial level, to go along with court cases and direct-action protests. Speaking of which, the frontal assault by agitators at the federal Enbridge hearings has mostly petered out. After 4,000-odd people were signed up to speak, most didn’t bother, and some hearings were cancelled. Apparently slacktivists such as “Jonathan L. Seagull” and “Cave Man” didn’t make it out of their Vancouver basement suites to tell the panel oil is bad. Professional environmentalists are now wringing their hands over Ottawa’s decision to leave smaller-scale reviews to the province. This means, for example, that
there won’t be a duplicate federal review of the urgently needed refit of the John Hart Dam on the Campbell River. One reader suggested that environmental pioneer Roderick Haig-Brown is still spinning in his grave over the damming of this legendary salmon river. Perhaps, but that was in 1947. Does it make sense today to lard pointless bureaucracy onto a reconstruction that replaces wooden pipes and provides earthquake protection, without expanding river impact? NDP environment critic Rob Fleming hammered away at the B.C. Liberals about this in the spring, reminding them that Auditor General John Doyle had exposed a lack of resources in the B.C. Environmental Assessment Office, even before Ottawa’s changes. Fleming makes it sound like a huge new burden has been dumped on B.C. False. Provincial assessment already must be done with the participation of Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Transport
Canada, the provincial ministries of natural resources and energy and mines, and of course aboriginal communities. This is why it’s so long and expensive. And don’t be fooled into believing that a federal review would go out and count the tadpoles and caribou again. It’s only the desk jobs that have proliferated. There weren’t just two levels of duplicate review, but three. Earlier in their mandate, the B.C. Liberals exempted major projects such as mines and energy generation from local government control, citing the “provincial interest” similar to the federal authority over projects that cross provincial borders. I agree with the NDP that B.C. environmental assessment needs more resources, in particular to do the followup on approved projects, as called for by the auditor general. Forest management needs more money too. All the more reason not to waste resources on political gestures.
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Refinery proposal is a good idea To the Editor: Media mogul David Black has my full support for his proposal to build a $13-billion oil refinery near Kitimat to process heavy oil from the Enbridge pipeline. I’ve had the same idea myself. Why should we let the Asian countries buy our Canadian crude oil and refine it for their markets when we could add value by refining it here in B.C. and shipping them the finished product? This is a strategy that would create local jobs for our own citizens and address the environmental concerns around oil tankers travelling in B.C.’s coastal waters. I know for a fact that Alberta wants to do this because I worked on a project in East Edmonton (a stone’s throw from the refineries in Fort Saskatchewan) that would have seen it
become a reality. And as long as Enbridge meets the conditions and standards set out by the premier, moving heavy oil from Alberta through a pipeline would be a heck of a lot better than shipping it by rail or truck. That’s why B.C. should be working with Alberta on exactly the kind of joint interprovincial venture David Black is proposing, a venture that would bring value-added tertiary oil refining to B.C. along with the heavy oil pipeline. Shipping gasoline, jet fuel and other refined oil products by tanker is just as practical as shipping crude oil and lot safer from an environmental standpoint. So let’s not waste this opportunity and the revenue and jobs it could bring to our province. There’s a lot we could do here in B.C. with a piece of the oil industry pie. Roop Virk, Chilliwack
Internet voting will improve voter turnout To the Editor: I am pleased that the B.C. government has asked the province’s election officials to examine the potential for Internet voting in provincial and municipal elections. I would also like to acknowledge Premier Christy Clark for leading this initiative. Modernizing B.C.’s electoral process was one of the key promises she made when she became
Premier and long overdue. Low voter turnout has become an increasingly apparent issue in provincial and municipal elections. Internet voting has the potential to increase the number of voters who take part in the process and that can only be good for democracy. June Chen, Coquitlam
Refinery proposal a ruse to build pipeline? To the Editor: I think David Black’s proposal to build a refinery in Kitimat is just another carrot stick with the hope of softening public outcry regarding the proposed oil pipeline from Alberta through what’s left of our beautiful pristine wilderness. I must ask Black if the refinery would be built if at all - before - after or at the same time as construction of the proposed - sneaky probably- leaky Enbridge - Harper pipeline. One leak could equal disaster sending our forests, rivers and oceans on a quicker slippery oil soaked one way ticket on a gauntlet to hell. A human being can’t eat money or drink oil
but can certainly fight over it. I guess the future is not ours to see but we can only wait for the inevitable disaster. Enbridge uses the same crystal ball reporting nothing but ongoing oil-pipe line failures that couldn’t transport water yet alone yucky oil. Remember this you deceitful lowly oil kings and porko’s - your children and theirs will hate you as they wait for the final bang when all is gone - the cupboards of the entire world are bare with nothing to share and no - one to care. Mother Earth will leave the planet for a new world free of the cruelty and stupidity of mankind just moments before the idiot becomes extinct. Tom Isherwood, Olalla
What’s the big deal about premier’s all women meetings? To the Editor: Why is Christy Clark being singled out and criticized for holding “women-only” outreach events when politicians of all stripes have been doing the same for years. I recall that Gordon Campbell regularly met with groups of women when he was premier and yet he was never attacked for it. Likewise, the NDP have a gender and sexual orientation policy which dictates who
can run for them as a candidate. And don’t tell me Adrian Dix has never attended a “women’s meeting”? So, why are the media carrying out this insanely hypocritical attack on Christy Clark? A prime example: CKNW has a women-only political panel going after her! Is it because the media have become so rigidly biased against Christy Clark that anything goes now? Mike Taylor, Port Moody B.C.
Mother Teresa’s birthday reminds us of a kind woman This past Sunday (August 26) was Mother Teresa’s birthday. We revere her memory as a great person, but as she continually said, “We are not called to do great things; we are called to do ordinary things with great love.” We marvel at her impact on the world, when the only power she had was her kindness. But we shouldn’t marvel. Hidden in simple kindness is the power to change a situation, change a life, change our home, change our community. All the great spiritual teachers tell us this: that loving kindness is not a little thing, or even an ordinary thing (though we can make it so easily enough). It is a superpower. And here’s the latest news: recent research has found that witnessing
an act of kindness, even to a stranger, increases a person’s compassion toward others. Kindness is self-replicating. I wish it just flowed naturally from me all the time. But in specific situations, I have to remind myself: “Ron, be kind.” And then, sometimes, I am. Maybe you need to do the same. Here in our Valley we’re into our last month of PVPP’s “Practice indiscriminate Kindness” Campaign. How are we doing? How are you doing? And who’s the kindest person you know? Tell them so. Thank them. They serve us well. Ron Shonk, Proactive Violence Prevention Project coordinator, Keremeos
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community When your future collides with their future – retirement years meet the college years There was a time when marrying young and having children right away was the norm. But as North American life became increasingly frantic and expensive, more and more couples chose to delay marriage and children. If you’re among these ‘mature’ parents you could be opening the door to your retirement years while your offspring are still in the nest and aiming at a university or college education. Chances are you’ve already made progress accumulating savings and setting some aside for retirement. But you still need a plan to pay for that increasingly costly post-secondary education – and you should begin right away. Here a few tips to get you started.
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These young writers and players display certificates and costumes from the week of August 20-24 at Similkameen Family Literacy Day Camp held at The Keremeos Grist Mill and Gardens. At rear are Director, Bob McAtmney and Stage Manager, Cheri Mitchell with campers ( top left to right ) Yan Peron, Rylee Demchuck, Laudia Chapman, Jaz Bittner and Noah Gumpert. Below are Blayre Bittner, Esther Cottrill, Jade Demchuk, Marlaina Gumpert and Marc Peron.
Another successful reading and literacy program at the mill Contributed by Dave Cursons Similkameen Family Literacy wrapped up its sixth annual August Day Camp with three very different renderings of the classic story of Little Red Riding Hood. The youngsters, aged eight to 12 years, prepared their performances with writing and acting exercises under the direction of Bob McAtamney of the Cawston Players. Similkameen Family Literacy co-ordinator, Dave Cursons has presented the day camp for young actors since 2007. This year, the program was pleased to welcome Yasmine JohnThorpe of Penticton Writers and Publishers representing the Vancouver Sun “Raise A Reader” pro-
gram. Raise a Reader books were awarded to camp participants along with a copy of the current anthology of teen and pre-teen Okanagan writers, called “Gems”. On Wednesday Mrs. JohnThorpe gave campers a clinic on short story writing After final performances on Friday morning, Day Camp certificates were awarded along with a special Diamond Jubilee pin celebrating Queen Elizabeth II’s 60th year on the throne. Provincial Gaming proceeds fund the day camp and other Similkameen Family Literacy programs which include a volunteer One-to-One Reading program, conducted at Cawston Primary School.
Get registered to save A Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) is a terrific way to save for an education and to save on taxes, too. Though contributions are made with after-tax dollars, you do not pay tax on growth in an RESP until money is withdrawn. If the growth is paid to your child while attending an eligible post-secondary education program, you won’t pay taxes on the growth; your child will, and will likely be in a low tax bracket. The government will also kick in some money. Through the Canada Education Savings Grant (CES Grant) program, the first $2,500 you contribute each year to your child’s RESP will receive a federal grant of at least 20% of your contribution . With the recent removal of the annual maximum contribution limit and an increase in the lifetime maximum contribution amount to $50,000, it is now easier to accelerate contributions to an RESP.
MANAGING Your Money to be available in 2009, could be a good choice. Other options are trust accounts and life insurance. Get retirement-ready Develop a realistic retirement plan that includes the fact that your children may still be completing their education at that time. Your plan could include putting off extensive travel or exploring alternative work arrangements, like phased retirement, so you can spend more time with your children. Talk to your professional advisor to learn more about education savings options and what you can do to help put your child through university while still enjoying your retirement. This column, written and published by Investors Group Financial Services Inc. (in Québec – a Financial Services Firm), presents general information only and is not a solicitation to buy or sell any investments. Contact a financial advisor for specific advice about your circumstances. For more information on this topic please contact your Investors Group Consultant.
Get a CLB to save The Canadian Learning Bond can also help accelerate your education savings plan. It is available to children born in 2004 or later whose parents or primary caregivers are receiving the National Child Benefit Supplement. Alberta residents may also qualify for the Alberta Centennial Education Savings Grant (ACES) which can add up to $800 to your child’s RESP. Quebec residents can qualify for the Quebec Education Savings Incentive, which can provide an additional $250 each year to your child’s RESP. Get flexible to save With the education costs accelerating, it’s prudent to look beyond RESPs. The new Tax Free Savings Account,
This summer could be a scorcher.
Busy summer at the library
It has been a busy summer so far at the Keremeos Library. Summer Reading Club has once again been a big hit, with many interesting programs and guest speakers. The SPCA came and talked to the children about animals; the Osoyoos Desert Centre staff gave an interesting presentation on the local animals, and the children had the chance to hold a rattlesnake skin and pet a stuffed badger. A former “Barkerville school teacher” came dressed in Victorian era costume and captivated her audience with her “school Mom” props (Dunce cap, slates and pointer). The children even tried out the stilts. To conclude our special programs, Leif David, (above), a local magician presented an upbeat magical show “Strange But True” to go along with our theme for the summer. Leif captivated the audience, with many participating, children and adults alike. The last program will be held on Friday August 31 at 10 a.m, at which time the participants will receive medals and certificates for completing their reading logs.
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Keremeos swim club wraps up season Contributed The Keremeos Junior Swim hosted their final swim meet of the year on August 17. There were 35 swimmers. Beginners were Heidi Bosscha, Marc Peron, Cody Leduc, Declan Vanderlinde, Jayce Witter, Roy Lucich, Aleena Wilkison, Nevaeh Witter, Peightyn Etty and Alex Perteet. Intermediates were Jade Demchuck, Amy Leduc, Tyson Douangpanya, Amy Lucich, Armaan Dhaliwal, Cassandra Gibbs, Ava Cottrill, Harjaap Bengag, Rylee Demchuck, Eve Mack, Shelby Etty, Chelsea Leblanc, Naomi Antler, Payton Vanderlinde, Ayrelea Nimchuk, Zoe Vriends, Lael Louw, Jadiel Louw, Maya Antler and Conor McDonald. Also Jessica Lehtonen and Steven Folden competed in the Special Olympics category. There were many club records broken at the swim meet: Jade Demchuck (Girls 9/10) 100 Individual Medley, 50 Backstroke, 50 Butterfly and 100 Freestyle. Tyson Douangpanya (Boys 9/10) 100 Individual Medley, 50 Freestyle, 50 Backstroke, 50 Breaststroke, and 100 Breaststroke. Rylee Demchuck (Girls 7/8) 100 Individual Medley and 50 Butterfly.
Shelby Etty (Boys 7/8) 100 Individual Medley and 50 Butterfly. Heidi Bosscha (Girls 9/10) 25 Freestyle, 25 Backstroke, 25 Breaststroke and 25 Butterfly. Roy Lucich (Boys 6 and Under) 25 Freestyle, 25 Breaststroke, 50 Breaststroke and 25 Butterfly. Marc Peron (Boys 7/8) 25 Backstroke, 25 Breaststroke and 25 Butterfly. Amy Leduc (Girls 9/10) 50 and 100 Breaststroke. A l e e n a Wi l k i s o n (Girls 7/8) 25 Butterfly. Nevaeh Witter (Girls 6 and Under) 25 Butterfly. Harjaap Bengag (Boys 11/12) 50 Butterfly. Payton Vanderlinde (Girls 9/10) 200 Freestyle. The Swim Club Awards and Wind-up was held August 22. Some of the awards were: To p B e g i n n e r : Heidi Bosscha Runner-Up: Marc Peron Top Intermediate: Jade Demchuck and Tyson Douangpanya Runner-Up: Amy Leduc Most Improved Beginner: Peightyn Etty Runner-Up: Roy Lucich Most Improved Intermediate: Conor MacDonald RunnerUp: Chelsea LeBlanc 100 per cent Best Times: Marc Peron, Ava Cottrill, Eve Mack, Naomi Antler, Zoe Vriends, and Payton Vanderlinde.
Glen Croutch of Abbotsford heads to the transition area after completing most of the 180 kiloometre bike course during Sunday’s Ironman competiton in the South Okanagan - Similkameen. Croutch finished his first Ironman in 15:57:55. Glen is the son of Steve and June Croutch of Keremeos.
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Annual Harvest Dance at Cawston Hall September 2 Community benefit will feature local group Infusion Contributed This year’s Harvest Dance, an annual benefit for the Cawston Community Hall, will be a chance for the community to usher in the autumn and to get a look at some of the latest hall improvements, especially the fully renovated washroom facilities. Infusion, made up of Cawston’s own talented musicians will come together to carry the night with their special mix of old fashioned rock and roll, soft rock, original pieces and some country and western thrown in for good measure. There will be raffles, draws, door prizes with an assortment of
gifts from local individuals and businesses. In harvest dance tradition, there will be the usual light refreshments and, as well, a pot luck feature. Bring a favorite dish to share. Proceeds from the dance are directed to hall improvements. The Community Foundation of the South Okanagan has lent a very big hand to the Cawston Community Hall Society with grant funding that pairs with local volunteer labor and fund-raisers like this annual harvest dance. It all happens on Sunday evening, September 2. Doors open at 7 p.m. Music starts at 8 p.m. Advance tickets are available at Similkameen Agencies in Keremeos or at Cawston Marketplace. Admission is $10. It’s a family affair and children are admitted free.
Photo by Steve Arstad
Motorists passing by this oily looking puddle located a few metres from Keremeos Creek on Highway 3A last week were alarmed at what appeared to be an oil spill very close to the creek. Several calls were received by the Ministry of Environment, who investigated and discovered that the puddle is actually fruit juice.
PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION
AN APPLICATION FOR A CERTIFICATE OF PUBLIC CONVENIENCE AND NECESSITY FOR THE ADVANCED METERING INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT THE APPLICATION
THE REGULATORY PROCESS
On July 26, 2012, pursuant to the Utilities Commission Act (Act), FortisBC Inc. (FortisBC) filed an application (Application) for a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity (CPCN) for the Advanced Metering Infrastructure Project (AMI Project). FortisBC requests approval of a revised depreciation rate of five percent for the proposed AMI meters. The AMI Project has an estimated capital cost of approximately $47.7 million and is expected to commence in late 2013 and be complete by 2015. FortisBC proposes to install 115,000 residential and commercial AMI meters.
Participants and other parties are requested to submit comments prior to Friday, September 7, 2012 on the need for Community (Public) Input Sessions in the areas of Trail, Osoyoos, and Kelowna. A Procedural Conference will be scheduled to address the process by which to continue the review of the Application after and if Community Input Sessions are held.
INTERVENTIONS Persons wishing to actively participate in the FortisBC proceeding must register as Interveners through the Commission’s website at www.bcuc.com or in writing, by Friday, September 7, 2012. In their registration, Interveners must identify the issues that they intend to pursue, and indicate the extent of their anticipated involvement in the review process. Interveners will each receive a copy of all non-confidential correspondence and filed documentation, and must provide an email address if available. Persons not expecting to actively participate, but who have an interest in the proceeding, should register as Interested Parties through the Commission’s website or in writing, by Friday, September 7, 2012, identifying their interest in the proceeding. By participating and/or providing comment on the application, you agree that all submissions and/or correspondence received relating to the Application will be placed on the public record and posted on the Commission’s website.
An initial regulatory timetable for review of the Application is outlined in Appendix A of Order G-105-12. In order to maintain firm contract pricing on the AMI system, FortisBC requests Commission approval of the proposed CPCN by July 20, 2013. PUBLIC INSPECTION OF THE DOCUMENTS The Application and supporting documents will be available for viewing on FortisBC’s website at http://www.fortisbc.com and on the Commission’s website at http://www.bcuc.com. The Application and supporting documents will also be made available for inspection at FortisBC’s Head Office at Suite 100, 1975 Springfield Road, Kelowna, B.C., V1Y 7V7, and at the BC Utilities Commission office, Sixth Floor, 900 Howe Street, Vancouver, B.C., V6Z 2N3. FURTHER INFORMATION For further information, please contact Ms. Erica Hamilton, Commission Secretary, by telephone (604) 660-4700 or BC Toll Free at 1-800-663-1385, by fax (604) 660-1102, or by email Commission.Secretary@bcuc.com.
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Linda Pillon and Debbie Vernon of Keremeos are shown in the photo above pedalling into a Toronto park after their 4,400 kilometre bike ride in support of the fight to find a cure for Mitochondria Disease. The bike tour was named after Linda’s late son Scott, (Debbie’s brother) who died of the disease in the 1980s.
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eremeos residents Linda Pillon and Debbie Vernon completed “Scott’s Ride” for Mitochondria disease on August 5. The 4,400 kilometre bicycle odyssey from Keremeos to Toronto began on July 4 with Linda’s husband Ray providing vehicle support for the two through the Kicking Horse Pass. “My hands still haven’t returned to normal yet,” said Linda, alluding to the numerous days spent with hands clenched around the handlebars. “A sore butt is the biggest thing,” she laughed about the pair’s physical tribulations during the trip, adding that Debbie ended up with calouses on her palms after the month of riding. Pillon and Vernon put in 12 to 15 hour days in the saddle, making their way through the mountains of B.C. in four days. “I thought the mountains were going to be so bad,” Pillon said, “but I really enjoyed it.” Having high gears on the bikes helped, she added, “You just put the bike in granny gear and up you go,” she said. A couple of tunnels in Rogers Pass caused some anxious moments due to poor visibility, but other than that the mountain terrain proved to be easily surmountable. Ironically, it was the trek across Saskatchewan that caused the Scott’s Ride duo the most difficulty. “We encountered searing heat, headwinds and heavy rain,” Pillon said of the prairie province. It was neighbouring Manitoba, however, where the pair had their best daily run; 240 kilometres in a single day, from Brandon to Winnipeg. Even though a portion of the pair’s travelling supplies included camping gear, logistics soon
dictated that motel rooms were the best way to keep moving on schedule. “We only camped for five nights or so,” Pillon said, describing one instance where, packing up after a night in a motel room, her bear repellent accidently discharged. “We suffered with that for days afterward,” she said, “as it had contacted the tent material, and every time we got the tent out our eyes would burn.” The two interupted their journey only briefly in Winnipeg, where Pillon stopped overnight to visit family. It was a fortuitous break; at roughly midpoint in the ride, spirits were flagging somewhat. “It was the high point of the trip, seeing my sister and her family,” Pillon relates, “the visit bolstered our spirits and gave us new drive to finish the ride.” Around the same time, Pillon experienced swelling in her leg after bruising it with the bicycle pedal. There was a short delay to get checked out at a Winnipeg hosptial. “I wasn’t sure whether it was a clot or not,” Pillon explained, adding that once back on the bike, other than for a little discomfort, the leg settled down. Northern Ontario brought with it the steep, undulating topography of the northern Lake Superior shoreline, as well as more harrowing road conditions. “The shoulders of the road were very narrow in places. Truckers would tend to give us room, but campers and tourist vehicles would pass us with no room,” Pillon recalled. Traffic issues were also a problem in Vernon, where construction made bicycle passage difficult. Pillon and Vernon discovered a great deal of goodwill and generosity during their journey, from complimentary bike service in Revelstoke and Sarnia, free camping and food in Calgary, to police escorts and state police donations in Michigan. Flat tires plagued Debbie over the course of
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Survey results show B.C. drivers know the risks of distracted driving but aren’t hanging up A 2012 Ipsos Reid survey, conducted on behalf of ICBC, reveals that 44 per cent of respondents
believe that driving is a complex task and yet 40 per cent of those who own cell phones admit they’ve used their hand-held phone while driving. This tells us that while drivers recognize the dangers of
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Motorcycle heaven at Crowsnest Winery By Steve Arstad firstname.lastname@example.org
wenty-six Harley-Davidson motorcycle enthusiasts descended on Crowsnest Winery on August 14, each rider with the latest 2013 version of the legendary motorcycle manufacturers’ offerings. Crowsnest Winery was a lunch stop for the group, which was on a promotional tour for Harley, on their way to Whistler. “There were 19 journalists in the group,” said Olaf Heinecke, co-owner of the winery, “including a writer from the TV show Speed, as well as Road Runner magazine.” The tour was parading 19 of Harley’s 2013 new models, with the riders taking turns riding each one. “The bikes Photos contributed
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were nice,” Heinecke said appreciatively. He said that Harley hoped to sponsor a 300 person tour in future runs. The riders, representing several different nationalities, were detained for a period of time at the Nighthawk crossing, as border agents attempted to sort out a numbering issue with respect to the new bike models, none of which had appropriate identification numbers.
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Stellar nurseries For some excellent pictures to illustrate this week’s subject, see the images of galaxies Messier 33 and Messier 51 on the website of the Canada France Hawaii Telescope (CFHT). These and the other images show the quality that is achievable from groundbased observatories, provided they are equipped with stateof-the-art optics and imaging. The website is: http://www. cfht.hawaii.edu/HawaiianStarlight/HawaiianStarlightArchive.html. Our Solar System, which comprises the Sun, all the planets - including ours - and a lot of other objects, is just one microscopic mote in a great spiral galaxy we call
the Milky Way, which is home for billions of stars and planets. The images we are getting with telescopes like the CFHT give us a hint of the treasure trove of cosmic jewellery we live in. Unfortunately, from our position well inside, it is very hard to get a big picture of what our galaxy is like and what is going on in it. With projects like the Canadian Galactic Plane Survey we can see a lot of what is going on in our neighbourhood, which in Star Trek is referred to as the Alpha Quadrant, and somewhat beyond, but that is more or less it. We have established that the Milky Way is a spiral galaxy like the billions we see in deep surveys such as the Hubble Deep Field. However, we can learn a lot by looking at similar galaxies in our galactic neighbourhood. Good examples are Messier 33 and Messier 51. M33 is close by, only about three million light years away. M51 is further away, about 23 million light
years. A light year is how far light travels in a year: 9,460,730,472,580.82 km. The most distant galaxies we can see are billions of light years away. Both M33 and M51 have the great advantage that we see them pretty well face on. In both cases we see a glowing nucleus, made of stars so closely spaced that we just see a glow, with a number of spiral arms radiating out from. These contain billions of stars. Extending along these arms are dark lanes of gas and dust. This is the raw material from which new stars and planets are made. Scattered along these lanes are little glowing pink knots and blobs. They show up beautifully in the CFHT images. These glowing blobs are places where the dust and gas has given birth to a new star, or sometimes more than one. The strong ultraviolet light from these new stars make the remains of their birth clouds glow. Luckily, even though these clouds are opaque to visible light, they are transparent to very short radio waves. The forming stars can be imaged
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Water Works with Jeremy Contributed by Jeremy Auger-Patry Now that summer is beginning its last official month, there are some seasonal changes that should affect your daily watering schedule. As the days are getting shorter, this means there is less direct sunlight on your lawn. The decreasing amount of sunlight increases the amount of time that unabsorbed water will remain on your grass. This may seem like a good thing at first since the loss of water due to evaporation is decreasing, but the longer water sits on your grass the more harm it causes. As the water sits on top, it begins to stagnate with the organic matter that’s on the top layer of soil. This may cause bacterial and fungal growth, the
most common form of this growth is mildew. This fungus grows on the grass and leaches out important nutrients from the blades, causing them to turn yellow, then dry up and crumble. It is simple to avoid this however, continuing on my last subject; don’t overwater your grass. Simply water your grass for one to two hours in the evening (After seven of course, we don’t want to advocate breaking the restrictions). This allows the water you use to have sufficient time to be absorbed into the soil and when morning comes there is no water left on top for the fungus to grow.
Hedley hugelbeet report Contributed by Angelique Wood The amazing thing about the piles of clippings and leaves which have sat waiting to be placed atop the Hugelbeet since May 2012 is that they have already begun to decay in place and become a rich humus layer. As we add this rich topping to the web and mesh of branches and twigs it sinks into the cracks and stabilizes. We are also finding all sorts of plants which have survived being dumped into the sorting pile and are growing... we’ll see how they do now that they are exposed. Found plants include irises, bergenia, convallaria, and sempervivums, so we are experimenting with letting them live, to see how well they can do under the hot conditions of the “beet”. The pile can be walked on, and the “springiness” which it first had while the branches were pliable is now much more solid- they are breaking down quickly in the summer heat. We have regularly added enough material to make the pile more than 8 feet tall, and yet by the next week’s build we find the
pile has sunk at least a foot. This is a good sign that the microbial activity is high and that things are breaking down. The Hedley Volunteer Fire Department has watered the Hugelbeet two times in the last 10 days, which is great during this dry summer heat. We hugelbuilders are very grateful that the Keremeos Volunteer Fire Department assisted in watering the “beet” on August 14 when they came to do a workshop to teach new members of the Hedley Volunteer Fire Department the technique of using a tanker, a water bladder and “drafting” a firetruck off the water in the bladder. More than 2,500 gallons of water deluged the hugelbeet that night, at the end of a two-hour work session. We are also excited to be making headway on a rattlesnake talk, hopefully happening soon near the Hugelbeet: the Okanagan Similkameen Conservation Alliance is willing to send someone out to talk to adults and children alike on how to be snake smart, and help protect these endangered species... we’ll keep you posted!
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Madeleine Chapple turned 105 on August 23 at Orchard Haven in Keremeos. Family, friends and staff gathered in the patio at Orchard Haven to help her celebrate last Thursday.
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OBITUARY GRAY Leah â€œElkeâ€?: Born on February 4, 1967, passed away on Thursday, August 23, 2012. Parents Billy and Murray Stevenson. She will always be my princess and the best Mom ever. Leah will be loved forever by her husband Doug; son Josh; daughters Sarah and Christine; Mom & Dad; Nana & Popa and all the rest of her family including Heather. Special thanks to Heather, Sue and Tara. We will never forget all you did for us. To all the rest who loved her, she told me to tell you that she loved you too. Leah inspired us all.
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OBITUARY AIKIN K e n n e t h Raymond: July 3, 1930 - August 20, 2012. Our beloved husband, father, grandpa & great grandpa; Kenneth Raymond Aikin passed away on August 20, 2012 at the age of 82, in Keremeos, B.C. Ken was born in Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan on July 3, 1930. He moved from Saskatchewan to British Columbia as a young man. He was trained at the age of 16, by his uncle Henry, to be a master carpenter. He worked very hard all his life and instilled a strong work ethic in all his children and grandchildren. Ken was working in Trail, B.C. in 1952, when he met the love of his life Betty, and they were married shortly thereafter. Ken & Betty were married 59 years. Ken was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion. He enjoyed camping, hiking, reading & golĂ€ng. Ken was always involved in his childrenâ€™s and grandchildrenâ€™s sporting activities. His family was everything to him & he adored his grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces & nephews. Ken was predeceased by his parents, 2 sisters, 4 brothers and 2 grandchildren. Ken is survived by his wife Betty, children; Debbie Marten (Jim), Michael Aikin (Laurel), Donna Lavigne (Gary), Patrick Aikin (Sherry); grandchildren Chantal Winser (Marshal), Christopher Aikin (Lauren), Sarah Aikin, Robert Lavigne (Stephanie), Bradley Lavigne, Danielle Lavigne (Patrick); great grandchildren Madison, Marlee & Mya Winser, Zoey Aikin, Grace & Philip Lavigne. There will be no service by his request, but a family gathering will happen at a later date. Betty & the family would like to thank all the doctors, nurses & staff at both the South Similkameen Health Centre & Orchard Haven, for the wonderful care you gave Ken. Memorial Contributions may be sent to Orchard Haven in Keremeos, B.C., where Ken lived for the past 2 1/2 years.
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WATER MAINTENANCE OPERATOR The Keremeos Irrigation District has an opening for a permanent part time Maintenance operator. The hours will be a minimum of 20 per week or more as may be required from time to time. Regular hours will include some weekend and vacation relief as necessary. QualiÀcations/ Requirements: ·Valid Class 5 driver’s license ·Mechanical Aptitude ·Able to Work unsupervised ·Self-motivated ·Knowledge of water systems operations would be an asset ·Be able to work more hours as may be required ·Be courteous and able to deal with customers and other people in a reasonable manner ·Reliable transportation Rate of pay will be based on qualiÀcations and experience. Please submit your Resume by September 10th, 2012 to: Keremeos Irrigation District 712-6th Avenue P.O. Box 220 Keremeos B.C. V0X-1N0 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Attention: District Manager
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Conventional orchard central Cawston location. Access at front and back of the property, northwest corner bordering on creek. Good building sites. Apples, peaches, apricots & plums.Call for more info on this property. $500,000 mls®
Well looked after moduline on 68x124 lot close to main street. Open floor plan w/good sized master w/soaker tub in ensuite. New kitchen cabinet doors & kitchen flooring. There is a sunroom for the gardener or artist. $239,000 exc
3.286 acres w/8 unit motel, office & 20-unit Mobile Home Park. Motel rented out monthly. Wine warehouse w/security coverage, swimming pool, easy access, hwy frontage & close to shopping & schools. 24hr notice to view. $1,600,000 mls®
Great potential here! Level land, close to schools and shopping. 3 bdrm home is currently rented. Farm is in use with a small orchard and ground crops. Suitable for grape vine. Hwy frontage makes for plenty of potential. $1,100,000 mls®
Store Wide * Excluding Licenses #532 – 3rd Avenue, Keremeos - Huge lot .22 acre lot with garden space front & back. tidy 2 bdrm ranch-style home;Quality 2 x 6 construction on crawlspace. RV parking, single car garage. Walk to school & rec centre. Winter sunshine on the bench! $259,000 MLS® #137868
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#310 VLA Road, Cawston - Beautifully set up property for horses. Fenced and cross fenced with smooth wire, loafing shed & hay storage. Main residence – 2008 2 bed/2 bath S/W mobile with front porch entry & rear deck. Second home – 1152 s/f cottage with loft, currently rented. Landscaped. $509,500 MLS® #new
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5 acre parcel of flat pasture. Presently used as pasture for cattle. Very rich sod has good growth returns. The use of the land ranges from pasture for livestock, hay, fruit trees to ground crops. Duplicate Listing #130296 $225,000 mls®
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2108 MAIN ST., CAWSTON $499,000 *Commercial sized garage *almost 1/2 acre 5 bed, 4 bath MLS® “NEW PRICE!”
1970 OSPREY LANE, CAWSTON $449,000 * Almost 7 acre organic farm! * 1,300 sq foot, 3 bedroom home MLS®
336 BEECROFT RIVER ROAD, CAWSTON $570,000 * 5 acres * 5 bed, 4 bath (suited ) MLS® “NEW PRICE!”
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