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Members of the Greenwood Community Association gathered for a potluck dinner in honour of long-serving kitchen volunteer Betty Bitz, who is leaving Greenwood after 27 years. The dinner was to be a surprise for Betty, but that was difficult to organize because over the past 20 years Betty has become the go-to person in the community association whenever there was a potluck or anything else kitchen-related to be organized. Everyone told her the dinner was to celebrate all of the volunteers who serve the community association and then they asked her to organize it! Had they done anything else she would have been on to them. So on Sunday evening, after the buffet tables were laid with many wonderful dishes, Councillor Colleen Lang welcomed all to the McArthur Centre. “On behalf of the Greenwood Community Association I’d like to thank everyone for coming today and before we say grace I’d like you to raise your glasses to the reason we are here today. For Betty Bitz!” Betty moved to Greenwood 27 years ago and, to use her words, she,“became one of the kitchen helpers at the community hall in 1992.” That’s 20 years! Betty is more than just a kitchen helper though – she brought skill and talent to the job. You see, she also ran the kitchen and a cater-

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COMMUNITY CALENDAR Saturday, September 29: Greenwood Elementary School Grade 6/7 Vendor Fair and Family Portraits - Bake Sale and Light Lunch from 10:00 - 3:00. For more info call Leanne McLaren at 250-449-1043. Saturday, September 29: Grad Class of 2013 bottle drive. For early pickup please contact: Rock Creek â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Jody 250-446-2970; Midway â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Melanie 250-449-8384; Greenwood â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Tracy 250-445-2285; or one of your grads! Free Yoga Classes starting Oct 1st, Mon & Thurs, 6 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 7:30 pm at Greenwood Elementary. Must register with Selkirk College. For more info call Diane 250-445-6364 Saturday, Nov. 17: Now booking tables ($20 each) for Greenwood Libraryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 31st annual Arts & Crafts Fair at McArthur Centre. Contact the library Mon-Wed-Fri noon-5 p.m. 250-445-6111 or greenlib@shaw.ca Friday, Sept. 28: Holy Trinity Anglican Church Chili Dinner from 5 to 7 p.m. Adults $10; children $5. 7252 Seventh Street in Grand Forks. 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First & Third Monday: The Bridge Drop-in Centre in Midway is open from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Second Monday: The Bridge Drop-in Centre sorting day 10-2 p.m. All helpers are appreciated. Second & Fourth Monday: Greenwood City Council meeting at 7 p.m. Third Monday: Bridesville Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Institute meets at 11 am. Info: 250-446-2210 or 250-446-2302. Third Monday: Frolicking Fancies â&#x20AC;&#x201C; the Greenwood Red Hat Ladies Group meet monthly in Greenwood. Information Francine 250-445-6734; or Shirley 250-445-9908. Last Monday: Kettle River Recreation Commission meets at the Rock Creek Trading Post at 7 p.m. Info: 250-446-2624. Tuesdays & Thursdays: Taekwondo 6-7 p.m. West Boundary Elementary Gym. $55 for uniform; lessons are free. Instructor Bo Macfarlane. Tuesdays: AA Meetings at McArthur Centre in Greenwood at 8:00 pm. First Tuesday: Elks #493 monthly meeting at the Slavonic Hall in Grand Forks at 7pm. Info: 250-442-2856 or 250-442-4276. 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Water advisory rescinded in for students and staff at Greenwood Elementary School, but noted the district has had similar city to ease the restriction to a Boil Water Adviso- things happen before in the smaller schools usury, which remained in place until around at noon ally served by their own wells and therefore the on Saturday, Sept. 22. district had a contingency plan in place. City Administrator Gerry Henke estimates Two Greenwood businesses were contacted costs to the city of between for comment. Jim Nathorst, $2,500 to $3,500 – including co-owner of the Pacific testing, overtime for workers to Grill, said the restaurant spread the word door-to-door was closed from 7 p.m. on on Monday evening and shipMonday night until Sunday ping costs for water that had morning with their employbeen donated. ees losing approximately 65 He said that the city had hours of wages because of acquired 30 cases of water on the vandalism. Tuesday, but that stock was Nathorst said that while it gone by Wednesday. Organizers was the food service indusof the Shambhala Music Festival try that was directly affected in Nelson donated a significant Administrator Gerry Henke is seen he is sure other businesses amount of water they had in drawing a cup of water from the suffered a bit as well. “Bestorage that, along with the use cause we draw a crowd and Grand Forks water truck. of a City of Grand Forks water then they go someplace else tanker, proved enough to keep the residents go- in town while they are here. It’s all about getting ing through the period of restriction. people to stop in Greenwood.” “There has never been a problem with the JoAnne Marien, owner of the Copper Eagle water coming from the well,” said Henke. “What Cappuccino and Bakery, said her business was happens is somebody pops the hatch on the res- closed from Tuesday morning until Friday. She ervoir and that’s when all the trouble starts.” said her employees lost time on the clock too. “It’s He said that council would be looking at vari- one thing for businesses because we have insurous options to increase security at the reservoir. ance,” said Marien. “But who can afford to lose “The cost to the city is one thing but what it has almost a whole week of work now days?” done to our reputation is one thing that bothers She was less than pleased with the response me,” said Kettle. “Hopefully the reputation hasn’t from the province. “I understand the city had to been tarnished. As it turns out everything was follow protocol. If this was the situation where fine and I don’t think anything was done to the they were going to shut down the town then they water.” He confirmed that information has been should have been here within hours because at given to the police and they are investigating. that point half of us could have been deathly ill. A city works employee discovered the vandal“If they shut down a town then they should ism at about 4 p.m. on Monday, September 17. The have been here with their field equipment and all works crew and fire department immediately be- that would have been all over by Wednesday.” gan going house-to-house alerting people of the Marien called the national publicity brought notice. on by the incident “a real embarrassment,” addSchool District 51 (Boundary) Superintendent ing, “Unfortunately word spreads like wildfire Michael Strukoff said they brought bottled water when it’s bad news.” Continued from page 1

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ing business from the Grand Forks Legion for 27 years. Dorothy Schembri has worked alongside Betty in the community hall kitchen for many potlucks and other functions over the years and she said she’s never been able to get away with calling Betty her “boss”. These days they agree they are friends and partners. Betty was raised in Colonsay, Saskatchewan, a town even smaller than Greenwood. Her family moved to Kelowna in 1942 and then she moved to Trail in 1948. After moving to the Boundary in the mideighties she joined the Ladies Auxiliary of the Royal Canadian Legion in Grand Forks, as there

was none here in Greenwood. She’s now moving to an apartment in Trail to be closer to her two daughters who live in Genelle and Fruitvale. Betty’s many friends and their spouses sang her a round of Jolly Good Fellow and presented her with cards and two beautiful framed photographs of the community she has called home for so many years. Oh yes – how did the surprise part of the dinner go over? Betty insisted she knew about it all along. “All summer you didn’t want a pot luck – then all of a sudden you wanted a pot luck as soon as I say I’m leaving.” “Anyway, thank you very much. I enjoyed it,” she said, doubtlessly referring to the last 27 years as well as the evening.

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Diner brings home cooking to table They are rightfully proud of their menu – home cooking at it’s best! Next week is the six-month anniversary of the Mile 0 Diner in Midway. It was on April 3 when Lois Johnson and Shane Pont opened the restaurant that sits on Hwy 3 in Midway. Lois has an extensive food service background; most recently, nine months at the café in Rock Creek and before that five years at the golf course in Oliver. Shane came out of the construction trade, and when their diner first opened he kept some carpeting and renovation jobs on the side until the restaurant got on its feet. “But I quit doing that in June because I was needed here too much,” he said recalling what Lois had told him just before they opened. “Life as we know it is going to change,” she’d said. It did too! Shane cooks and bakes now. Their day starts at 5:30 a.m. when they bake all their own pies, muffins, butter tarts and cinnamon buns; and they were both excited to tell of a pie recipe that they discovered online – a banana split special. Starting with a graham wafer base and sweet cream cheese on the bottom they build the rest using the essential ingredients that normally go into a banana split. “We have such a diverse menu,” he

adds. “If you want salad and fruit, you can have salad and fruit. If you want a homemade burger or if you want a turkey burger you can have that.” They offer both senior portions and a kids’ menu too. Almost everything is made from scratch – the only things not homemade are those that go so fast they have trouble keeping up when making them onsite. They have a different special for every meal and can provide everything from box lunches for workers and truckers to bookings for private parties. In fact, Lois said they are going to begin booking Christmas parties soon. The licensed diner is decorated with 45rpm records, which were hung up when the Midway Show and Shine took place this year. Shane says it’s part of the retro, good-old-home-cooking kind of diner where you can get ‘comfortable food’. The menu offers homemade cooking: perogies, cabbage rolls, meat loaf, Buffalo and bison burgers, meat pie, turkey pot pie, soups and borscht. They even make their own beer batter for the cod. The intent is to offer diners a good meal and make them happy with both the food and service. Lois and Shane do what they can to be green about it at the same time too – all left overs are recycled to either farm animals or the compost pile. They are counting on the local customers to keep the diner alive over the winter months and to help make that happen Lois says they will be offering some buffets and smorgasbords. “We are thinking of two

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a month for supper and two a month for lunch,” she said. But if that doesn’t suit you then you can always go with the breakfast menu – it’s served all day. The couple appreciates all of the local people – from Rock Creek, Midway, Bridesville, Westbridge, Greenwood, and across the border too – who’ve made their first six months so great, and they are looking forward to the next 4½ years. They give a lot of the credit for their success to both their staff and customers. It’s all part of keeping a local economy working. “It just keeps going around,” says

Shane. “We support the grocer, and the other businesses have been patronizing our place.” They have seven employees now (two working part-time), though during the height of summer they had nine. Significantly they plan to keep all the staff on through the winter. Shane and Lois hope to use some of that slower time of the year to take a well-deserved break for themselves. Mile 0 Diner is open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. seven days a week. Phone 250-4492789 to find out the special of the day or to place a take-out order.

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6 Boundary Creek Times

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Times

Editorial

THE BOUNDARY CREEK

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4-H the future The 4-H program was given prominent mention in a press release from the province announcing the celebration of BC Farmers Appreciation Week earlier this month. September is harvest season – a fitting time of year to show appreciation for those who grow our food. The press release extolled the importance of farmers to British Columbia’s economy. It noted that 90 per cent of the farms in the province are family owned and operated; and that almost 50 per cent of the food consumed in B.C. is produced right here in the province. This is an incredibly busy time of year for local 4-H members and their families. On top of the fuss and fluster seen by all families as a new school year begins they also have two fairs. Not only the Rock Creek Fall Fair but also the Provincial Winter Fair, which follows our local fair by one weekend. The provincial press release quite rightly referred to 4-H members as “the future of farming”. The 4-H program is well known for teaching young British Columbians about agricultural activities and helps young people build life and jobs skills, guiding them to successful careers in agriculture and beyond. 4-H participants repeatedly tell of how their experiences gave them a valuable head start on their adult lives and careers. The goal of the 4-H program is youth development, with a focus on knowledge, leadership, citizenship and personal development. The personal leadership skills learned in B.C. 4-H can be applied to any job in any sector. Congratulations and a sincere thanks to all involved in 4-H – both the young members and the adult leaders. To learn more about B.C. 4-H, see: http://www. bc4h.bc.ca/

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Devil’s in the details

Did you ever get one of those chain emails that you are to have some extra Tuesdays or Wednesdays in it seems supposed to forward to three friends within five minutes a little pointless. Does this mean that if you haven’t acknowledged the and good luck will come your way? Worse yet are those threatening emails that tell you if you don’t comply with fact that you aren’t going to exist on that day? Has Facebook somehow invented some sort of timetheir instructions then bad stuff will happen. When these things come my way I usually give them shift machine? If the cops ever come after me for something that a pass. Even those with the very specific instructions to happened on one of these special once-innot only forward it to new folks, but to send it 823-years days that are coming next month back to the person who sent it to you. A LITTLE – will I be able to simple refer them to the So if you don’t return it then maybe the bad PERSPECTIVE status records of my Facebook account and luck part will happen and maybe it won’t – but claim, “See I couldn’t have done it! I Accordyou do run the very real risk of being struck ing to my Facebook status I didn’t even exist from someone’s Christmas card list because on that day!” they can track whether you’ve responded or *** not. I was looking through the online news A new message of this type came in by Pat the other day and came across a rather way of Facebook, which needs to be shared KELLY interesting headline: Fred Meyer shootthough. It’s about something that only haping suspect identified; concealed weapons pens every 823 years and since it is due next permit revoked. month an awareness of the event is timely to Good idea! say the least. Things seldom happen in isolation of course, so the Apparently this year October has five Mondays, five same day there was another story about guns. Police Tuesdays, and five Wednesdays in it. How cool is that! This social networking stuff really does work! Im- reported in someplace called Aloha that gunfire broke agine if I’d never received this Facebook message then out during an alcohol-fueled argument between a woman we’d never have been aware of our privileged place in and her boyfriend. Police said that the woman was upset with her 55-yearhistory. This Facebook message put a new twist on things too. old boyfriend after discovering that he had brought his It suggested that I copy the message to something called loaded 12 gauge shotgun into their shared home. They my status. Better yet -- it promised that if I did this that were discussing gun safety, including the proper handling money would arrive within four days. of a loaded firearm. The devil is in the details though, or in this case in The police report was unclear on the other details of the details that didn’t get printed because there was no the argument, but it did say that the woman intentionmention of how much money, nor was there any specific ally opened fire and blew out a hole in the wall about the address given where the money would be delivered. size of a softball. Another thing that puzzles me is the status thingy – I guess she proved her point – loaded weapons can be the idea of posting a status report that October is going such a bother around the house.

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Thursday, September 27, 2012

Boundary Creek Times 7

Fall fair posts 2012 results The number of people attending the 67th annual Rock Creek & Boundary Fair is estimated at 14,000.

Trophies Selkirk Charolais – Best Heifer: Brandon Blaine Phoenix Cattle Company – Champion 4-H Steer: Rylonn Elliot Pete Esouloff – Champion B02-B04: Brandon Blaine Hargraves Harvest Ranch – Champion 4-H cow/calf: Annajo Grandbois Schochaneequa Angus – Champion yearling Heifer: Rylonn Elliot Circle Two Ranch – Grand Champion Bull: Brandon Blaine Jason Elliot Memorial: Prospect Steer Calf: Brandon Blaine Sonny Jackson Challenge – Grand Champion 4-H Steer: Rylonn Elliot Bernard Seabrook – Reserve Champion 4-H Steer: Brianna Elliot Johanson- 4-H Junior Beef Showmanship: Rylonn Elliot Smith-Harpur – 4-H Senior Beef Showmanship: Sasha Sopow Harpur Ranch – 4-H Junior Lamb Showmanship: Lauren Teal BJ Field Services – 4-H Intermediate Lamb Showmanship: Tylana Brown-John Rumplestiltskein Fibre Arts – 4-H senior Lamb Showmanship: Alanna Baiton Boundary Sheep and Goat Association – Best Sheep in Show: Alanna Baiton Everson-Kabob – Champion 4-H Market Lamb: Alanna Baiton Rock Creek General Store – Junior Children’s Aggregate: Lauren Fraser Joan Wheeler Memorial – Intermediate Children’s Aggregawte: Adele Fossen Gus & Daphne Sherbinin – Senior Children’s Aggregate: Alyssa Florence Zeisman- Home Canning Aggregate: Freda Ericson Jim & Mary Smith – Wine: Robert McGregor Pioneer Meat Market – Needlecraft Aggregate: Ruth Sommers Alnells Jewellerly – Best Hobby Display: Karen Skaros Rock Creek Farmer’s Institute – Field Produce: Pendergraft Ranch Jean Edstrom Memorial – Plants & Flowers: Darlene Fillmore Robert Smithers – Vegetables: Freda Ericson

Margaret Harpur – Most Exhibits: Freda Ericson Bruce Cuthbertson Memorial – Grand Aggregate, winner of most classes: Freda Ericson Margaret Webster Memorial – Reserve Grand Aggregate: Ruth Sommers Aggregate Winners Swine: Harpur Ranch Poultry: Len Waygood Guinea Pigs: Meredith Allan Children’s Poultry: Jen Waygood Rabbits: Sara Vanderborn Children’s – Junior: Lauren Fraser Children’s– Intermediate: Adele Fossen Children’s– Senior: Alyssa Florence Children’s– Overall: Alyssa Florence Fruits & Vegetables: Freda Ericson Pickles: Freda Ericson Jams & Jellies: Freda Ericson Wines: Robert McGregor Overall Home Canning: Freda Ericson Home Cooking 1: Rose A. Boltz Home Cooking 2: Rose A. Boltz Overall Home Cooking: Rose A. Boltz Knitting: Lynn Wickens Embroidery: Ruth Sommers Sewing: Ruth Sommers Quilting: Ruth Sommers Quilt Challenge 2012: Lynda Dennill Overall Needlecraft: Ruth Sommers Crafts & Hobbies: Karen Skaros Senior Citizen’s: Margaret Eek Photography: Anne Ridder Art: Leta Bak Young Art: Tyler Florence Baled Hay: Pendergraft Ranch Grained Sheaves: Pendergraft Ranch Overall Field Produce: Pendergraft Ranch Dairy, Eggs & Other: Frank Van Oyen Fruits & Nuts: Dave Evans Plants & Flowers: Darlene Fillmore Vegetables: Freda Ericson Overall plants, Flowers, & Vegetables: Darlene Fillmore 4-H Clothing Aggregate: Marijka Van Kuik Horse Show People came from as far as Enderby, Trail, Kelowna, Penticton and Oliver. Judge: Ross Hanson, Osoyoos BC Horseshow Entries: 18 youths, 12 juniors High Point Winners Junior HP – Mac Teabbutt (Penticton) Reserve HP – Megan Moffat (Kelowna) Youth HP – Ali Lants (Oliver)

Sign for reform Editor, The Times:

Do you think Members of Parliament pensions are too rich? Did you know that for every dollar MPs contribute to their pensions, the taxpayers contribute $24? Shouldn’t it be 50/50? If you agree, then make your voice heard. Sign the Canadian Taxpayers Federation petition for MP Pension Reform online at http://taxpayer. com/federal/reform-mp-pensions With a sufficient taxpayer push, Prime Minister Stephen Harper will have to address pension reform for Members of Parliament this fall. Paul McCavour and Julie Turner, Osoyoos

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Costume class had 13 entries – with Adelle Fossen of Rock Creek as the winner. Stall Decorating – Monty Tebbutt Gymkhana What a fun-filled day! Six pee wee’s: Skyra Elliot, Savanna Elliot, TaylorRae Cudworth, Dylan Capp, Cash James and Danika Stukel. Poles - barrels, spurry race, stake race, cowhide race Juniors – egg spoon and lone barrels.

High Point – Taylor Thompson (Keremeos) Reserve High Point – Cedar Carter (Kaledan) Intermediates High Point – Andi Lantz (Oliver) Reserve High Point – Courtney Demattos (Westbank) Senior High Point – Jessi Tarr (Kelowna) Reserve High Point – Lisa Flann (Lake Country) Cowhide Race Intermediate – Sage Wolfe (Kelowna) Andi Lantz (Oliver) Senior - Jessie Tarr (Kelowna) Amy Russo 2nd Courtney Demattos (Westbank) Husband and wife team, Darrel and Yvonne James – who got to drag him after winning a bet on best of three races in the games. Barrels 1D Angelica Moline 16.894 2D Allie Sorenson 17.553 3D Lindsay Bartco 17.912 4D Jesse Tarr 18.436

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2012 Mutton Bustin’ - champs from Sunday sponsored by Mile 0 Restaurant, Midway. Team Cattle Penning 1st Place buckle - Scott Thordarson, Rock Creek 2nd Place buckle - Shawne Eshleman, Penticton 3rd place buckle - Jim Long, Grand Forks Rock Creek and Boundary Fair Raffle Saturday, September 15 Terry Jackson – Porcelain vase: Maxine Sherbinin Aloette of the Okanagan – Gift basket: Bernie Diachuk Liz Bryan – Two Country Roads books: P. Donan Ingram Creek Saddlery – Gift certificate: Joe Keswick Vivian Browne – Encaustic painting: Krista Fromme Canadianna Spicery – Gift basket: Barb Steel Kettle River Woodcraft – Four Rock Creek mugs: Phillip Ericson Lynda Dennill – Quilted article: Roy Neigum Kettle Valley Golf Cource – Gift certificate: Heather Remillard Lynda’s Country Cottage – Gift basket: Philip Ericson Julie Lindquist/Lone Jones – Handmade cards: Jack Seville Don Lindgren – Hand tied flies: Joanne Relkov Sunday, September 16, 2012 Terry Jackson – Porcelain vase: Chris deVries Aloette of the Okanagan – Gift basket: Margaret Young Pat Pownall – Quilt and doll quilt: Danny Anderson Berryman’s Heirloom Gardens – Produce basket: Joan Holmes Kettle River Woodcraft – Two Rock Creek T-shirts: Darlene Fillmore Louise Fossen – Quilted article: John Solowy Kettle Valley Golf Course – Gift certificate: Carol Harpur Lynda’s Country Cottage – Avon gift basket: David Anderson Liz Bryan/Julie Wester – Handmade cards: Ruth Sommers Judy Harpur – Decorated gourd: Penny Wotkin Louise Bayles – Candle and holder: Molly White

Boundary Figure Skating Registration and Lessons begin October 2 at the Boundary Expo Arena in Midway Canskate and Junior’s begin at 4:30 Intermediate and Senior’s at 5:30

Come join us! Greenwood Elementary School Grade 6/7

★ Vendor Fair and Family Portraits ★ Bake Sale and Light Lunch Saturday, September 29, 2012 10:00 am - 3:00 pm at Greenwood Elementary School We hope to see you there! Please call Leanne McLaren at 250-449-1043 for further information

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MEAT DRAWS! September 29, 2012 at 3:00 pm (sharp) Royal Canadian Legion Branch 155 Greenwood Phone: 250-445-2205

Please be advised that our office will be closed Monday Oct 8th for Thanksgiving. In order to maintain our press schedule the deadline for all display advertising & submissions for the Oct. 11th issue of The Boundary Creek Times will be

Thursday Oct 4th at noon(12:00pm) We apologize for any inconvenience

Editor, The Times:

Did you know tax is a penalty for working? In my opinion, tax collectors are a bunch of thieves! Vern Rexin, Rock Creek

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Management “grim”, says Basso

Calling the current management and attention given to environmental matters in the Boundary both “grim and irreversible”, NDP candidate for the BoundarySimilkameen riding Marji Basso issued her personal comments about the provincial government proposal to drain Marshall Lake near Greenwood. “As the BCNDP candidate for the Boundary-Similkameen, one of my roles is to get out into the

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to find partnerships to finance the upgrading of the dam to meet acceptable standards, why would the Province still refuse to carry on with their responsibility of the dam as the caretaker?” Basso asked. She said the province has shown little interest in capitalizing on the potential of the lake. “With some investment, Marshall Lake could be added to the list of quaint gems that bring tourist dollars to the Boundary area as well as provide ‘staycations’ for local families to spend quality time with nature.” The MLSG, headed by former Greenwood councillor Christopher Stevenson, has a very active Facebook page where the group urges the public to contact the government and demand that the province Serving the community since 1936 maintain and retain ownership of Providence Dam. “I spent two years trying to find a resolution to this and to this point they seem to be just ignoring us,” said Stevenson. “I’m surprised because

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the options the government presented were to – clearly included the public as a stake-holder in all this – and yet they’ve never come to the public or allowed the public to come to them.” “We’re simply not getting any communication and the representation that we should be getting,” he added. Stevenson fears that the government plans to decommission the dam and drain the lake this year and has vowed to camp at the lake if necessary. “If this is what it takes to stop the government from doing it and bring more attention to it then you bet I’ll be up there,” he declared. MLSG has been successful in getting letters of support from the municipalities of Midway, Greenwood and Grand Forks; though Irene Perepolkin, Rural Director of Area D where the lake is located has not supported the initiative – citing liability concerns should the dam ever fail. The area surrounding the lake has generated a lot of interest from

many stakeholders who have conflicting ideas about what should be done up there. West Boundary Community Forest Inc. is proposing a forest tenure adjacent to the lake, the Phoenix Alpine Ski Society recently asked for comment on their own proposal for an expanded area of operations and reports filed by a local mining company – Kettle River Resources – also defines its own interests in the area. “The local groups need to be applauded by their communities for their selfless dedication and commitment to protect our local environment. “Perhaps more importantly, in a democratic country such as ours, they deserve the right to not only to be heard, but to have an open dialogue and collaborate with those we elect, to collectively create viable solutions for a better Boundary and a better B.C.” Calls to the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations for comment were not returned by press time.

Plotnikoff takes first prize

Wednesday morning from 10:30Our quilt faffle draw was held on Sept. 17, and the winners are: GREENWOOD LIBRARY 11:15 a.m. until Dec. 12. Your little “We Invite You To Compare” ones will enjoy stories, songs, acfirst prize, queen size quilt – Beth 5920 Kootenay Street tion rhymes, fingerplays, felt stoPlotnikoff of Grand Forks; second Oliver, B.C. (Same location since 1974) ries, and simple crafts centered on prize, lap quilt – Ben Smith of a different theme each week. This Rock Creek; third prize, tote bag Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. & books – Betty Lou Wyatt of Rock Creek. Con- free, drop-in program is a great way to meet and Evening, Saturday and gratulations to our three winners, and thank you interact with other preschoolers and parents in Sunday by appointment to everyone who supported the library by buying the community, and get the children used to par250.498.3833 (and selling) tickets. We ticipating in a group activity. The Third Crop by Rita Moir was chosen as raised just over $2400 with your help. To see the One Book One Kootenay selection for 2012. pictures of the quilts & Rita will be touring the Kootenays in October. EDMUND PROULX winners, go to http:// Greenwood Library has two copies of the book Aug. 29, 1938 – greenwood.bclibrary.ca for loan. Sept. 14, 2012 and look under Events. Believe it or not, Christmas is just around the On Friday September 14, 2012, Mr. Earl Edmund Storytime for pre- corner, and so is the library’s annual arts and crafts Proulx of Bridesville passed school children ages fair. We are now accepting bookings for tables at away surrounded by family at three to five years with the craft fair; please stop in at the library to get an the South Okanagan General parent or caregiver application form, or call the library at 445-6111 Hospital at the age of 74 years. starts again on Oct. during regular open hours for more information. He was predeceased by 17. It will run every All items for sale must be handcrafted. his parents Fred & Verna

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Proulx; his father and motherin-law George & Ruth Shamber; brothers-in-law Clem Huot, Steve & Pat Shamber and sister-in-law Carol Hansen. Earl will be fondly remembered by his loving family including wife Dolores; children Bob (Roxanne), Roxanne and Dan; grandchildren Travis (Erin) and Melissa (Cory); sisters Fern (Lloyd) Keller, Evelyn Huot, Sheran (Ross) Krafte; brother Raymond; sisters-in-law Janice and Loraine as well as many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins. Over the years, Earl was a heavy equipment operator and truck driver for many companies. In 1976 he became owner/operator of Proulx Transport. On retirement he enjoyed helping farmers and ranchers. Earl had many toys and parts for equipment. He enjoyed repairing or inventing ways to help all make things work. Earl loved to hunt, fish, swim, quad, ski, ride horses and golf. He travelled to many places for work and play. A service of remembrance will be officiated by Pastor Ed Brouwer at 1:30 p.m. Saturday October 6, 2012 at the Bridesville Community Hall. Donations are gratefully accepted for the BC Lung Association, PO Box 34009 STN D, Vancouver, B.C. V6J 9Z9 or the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, 300 – 1090 West Pender Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6E 2N7. Condolences and tributes may be directed to the family by visiting www.nunes-pottinger.com Arrangements entrusted to Nunes-Pottinger Funeral Service & Crematorium, Oliver & Osoyoos.

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Boundary Creek Times 9

Stolen cans hurt grads

The 2013 BCSS grad class learned a valuable life lesson during the fall fair – about greed and opportunism, and how you can’t trust your community all the time. Grad parent Jody Klein told a post-fair meeting of the Rock Creek and Boundary District Fair Association last week that someone stole a sizable quantity of bagged cans and bottles that the students had collected over the fair weekend. Each year the BCSS grad class uses the opportunity of the fair to raise funds for their graduation ceremonies. They show up the Sunday before the fair for the work bee and then they work shifts from Thursday through Sunday. Part of their job is to organize collection of the recycle beverage containers, which they then cash in to add to the kitty for their grad next June. This year especially, the kids had won many accolades for their hard work. Some were still working at 8:30 Sunday night and the grounds were said to be in exceptional shape the following morning. While the theft was a disappointment Klein told The Times in a phone interview that the grads are doing good. “They’ve got bottles coming in,” said Klein. “Out of bad is coming good. The community is helping out which is great!” To help make up the loss the students are ramping up a community bottle drive they had already planned for this Saturday, Sept. 29. Check

out the ad on page 7 of this issue. The bagged recyclables had been piled at the campsite waiting for a truck to pick them up. Someone was seen taking the bags, despite being told they belonged to the grads and should not be taken. Klein said that last year’s grad class brought in over $3,000 in bottles and cans, but she estimates there’s not over $500 worth left after the weekend this year. She says this annual fundraising is very important, as the cost for grad decorations alone is around $3,000. She said that if people would like their bottles and cans picked up then they should call one of the numbers in the ad. “We’ll hopefully get the fundraising under way and we’ll just leave this behind us,” Klein said philosophically. “Next year we will be a little bit more diligent in having somebody guard them all the time.” The fair association held the post-fair meeting last Wednesday, Sept. 17. Association president Randy Moat said the meeting was an opportunity for people to share their stories of the successes or failures, and offer suggestions. The two and a half hour meeting identified availability of adequate parking and provision of power to vendors as two major sources of annoyance. Preliminary estimates are around 14,000 attending the fair. More details will be available at the Oct. 17 meeting.

Council supports Rotvold’s request

properties used for public worship, It took Midway Council less than 45 minutes to conduct the public MIDWAY LIBRARY Bylaw 440 exempts the Boundary District Curling Club and Bylaw portion of their Sept. 17 meeting, 441 exempts the ambulance bay. with only one resident plus the *** Times reporter in the gallery. *** A request from CrimeStoppers As chair of the West Kootenay Boundary Re- for financial support from the municipality was gional Hospital Board, Councillor Marguerite turned down. Council felt their first priority Rotvold shared with council her apprehension should be to fund Boundary Citizens on Paabout consultations with Ministry of Health re- trol. garding Public Health Plan changes. “In discuss*** ing this with other elected officials as chair of the Council reviewed their meeting agenda for regional hospital district they questioned infor- the UBCM convention that they are attending in mation on the entire process,” she said. “They Victoria this week. give us a report and within a month or less they Their meeting with the provincial office of the want a response back.” RCMP will address questions about closure of She noted that the hospital board is scheduled highways during accidents and seek information to have a presentation on this topic in November on a new detachment building for Midway. Land and, as chair, Rotvold has sent an email to each was purchased on Hwy 3 just north of the mumunicipality and regional district asking them to seum a few years ago. request a two-month extension in the deadline Council will meet with Ministry of Forests, for replies. “Until we’ve heard that presentation Lands and Natural Resource Operations to dison the changes that are coming about. Because cuss the West Boundary Community Forest, the there’s no point in responding to something if proposed expanded Master Plan by Phoenix Ski, their feelings on the process of increasing comyou don’t understand it.” Council voted to support her request and a munity control over fibre and the affect it has on local economy, general discussion of fibre supply letter will be sent. and an update on Vaagen’s impact for community *** Council accepted a quote of $545,000 for the and the area. arena expansion from Agrecomm Construction from Osoyoos. Work is to commence on the S20 Regional Points Stats foundations in October. Boundary Region It was announced in March that the village had been awarded a $400,000 grant from the MinisRank PlayerNum Player Name Points try of Community, Sport, and Cultural Develop1 8817 Bill Johnson 9,505 ment’s Community Recreation Program to help 2 9527 Doug Ainsworth 8,982 fund a project to expand and upgrade the Mid3 8816 Joanne Knutson 8,832 way Arena with new dressing rooms and arena 4 8832 Allan Jmayoff 8,145 5 8819 Terry Hanik 7,337 lighting. *** Region Team Name Points Residents are asked to note that on those weeks BSK Tow Guys 15,681 when a statutory holiday falls on a Monday the BSK The Gumbas2 11,137 blood lab will be open the following Wednesday BSK CanDo 11,133 for appointments with the same hours as normal. *** Visit www.piranapokerbc.com for more stat info Three bylaws granting exemption from taxaSupport your community tion on both land and improvements for 2013 with food bank donations weekly were given final reading. Bylaw 439 exempts

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Appliances

Appliances

Firewood/Fuel

Misc. for Sale

Kenmore electric stove, white, works well, good shape. Asking $150. 250-445-2290.

Panasonic inverter microwave, 1.2 cu ft, 1,200 W, used very little. $155 obo. Call 250446-2761.

Wood splitter, electric 3 ton. Works well. $180. Call 250445-9978.

Fertilizers

Electric black leather easy chair. New, never used. $450. Phone 250-445-2163

STEEL Buildings - reduced prices now! 20x22 $4,455. 25x26 $4,995. 30x38 $7,275. 32x50 $9,800. 40x54 $13,995. 47x80 $19,600. One end wall included. Pioneer Steel 1-800668-5422. www.pioneersteel.ca

Furniture Fertilizers

Misc. for Sale Mahogany 9 dr dresser w/mirror & matching 5 dr chest $200 obo; white 5 dr dresser w/mirror, matching armoire & 2 night tables $250 obo; Singer sewing machine cabinet w/side drawers, c/w machine $200 obo. Call 250-446-2501. Powered dust collector. Keeps the dust down in your shop. Never been used. $600 obo. Call 250-446-2761.

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Two P155/80R13 winter tires, good cond. $50 ea; four 13 in tire rims, like new $30 ea. Call 250-445-6335.

Garage Sales

Greenwood: Fri+Sat, Sept 28+29, 9am-4pm, 1260 Louisa St. Kenmore stove, coffee table, kitchen cabinet, tools, HP printer, leaf blower, many misc.

Other Areas

BUY Land in Belize - English Commonwealth country in Central America. Large land tracts, seafront properties, Caribbean lots - all types available. For information call Patrick Snyder 778-403-1365

Mobile Homes & Pads

Rock Creek: 64 x 12 mobile home near school. Viewing call Betty 250-446-2765.

BUSINESS & SERVICE DIRECTORY

Kettle Valley Contracting

FEATURE OF THE WEEK

ACCOUNTANTS

Serving the Boundary area General contractor, roofing, timber framing, foundations & custom wood working By the hour or guaranteed quotes No job is too big In the valley for 20 years

CONTRACTING

Phone 250-446-2743 Cell 250-328-9818 Rock Creek

GLASS

GRAND FORKS GLASS LTD. 7168 2nd St., Grand Forks, B.C. Residential & Commercial Glass Replacement Mirrors & Store Fronts Plexiglass ICBC Glass Express Shop

For fast, reliable service call 250-442-8311

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Homes for Rent

Recreational/Sale

Recreational/Sale

Greenwood: 420 Gold Ave. small suite, 2-3 bdrms, 1.5 baths. Can be furnished. Seniors preferred & long term rental. Call 250-492-4060.

1975 Chevrolet van motorhome G20, 3/4 ton, good cond, sleeps 2, stove. Call Chris 250-446-2358.

Beautiful 26 ft Komfort 5th wheel w/lg slide, new canopy, back kitchen, lg expensive queen mattress, walk around bed, 1 pc roof, lg F/S, A/C, duct heating. $8,900 obo. 250446-2076. Can be viewed at Granton Motors, Rock Creek.

Cars - Domestic 1997 Chrysler Cirrus 4 dr sedan, V6 auto, $299. Tranny needs work. 250-442-0122. 2009 Pontiac Vibe, 4 dr wagon, FWD, auto, PW, 62,000 km. $13,500 Call 250-4433013.

1994 Rustler 25 ft 5th wheel, awning, A/C, sleeps 6, immaculate cond, includes hitch, rails & tailgate. $6,000 obo. 250-449-2256.

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The eyes have it Fetch a Friend from the SPCA today!

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1976 Chinook 20 ft motor home, Dodge 360, 77,000 miles, exc rubber, good cond, clean inside & out. 250-4492848 lv msg.

NOTICE TO REMOVE PRIVATE LAND FROM WOODLOT LICENCE W1657

Trucks & Vans 1 set stainless steel running boards made by Boss Bars. Fits any full sized truck. $400 obo. Call 250-446-2501. 2000 Ford Explorer XLS, 4 dr, V6, auto, AWD. Fully loaded, very clean, new winter tires. $5,400 obo. all 250-442-0122. 2007 red Ford Sport Track XLT 4x4, loaded, 4 dr, 32,200 km, like new. 14 mos warranty remaining. New $38,000 asking $18,500. 250-445-6483.

Please be advised that David and Beverley Hesketh is proposing to remove 89.2 hectares of private land from Woodlot Licence 1657 located in the vicinity of 19 kilometre, Christian Valley Road, Westbridge, B.C.

Boats

Inquiries/comments to this proposal must be submitted to Ken and Tina Hesketh P.O. Box 151 Westbridge, B.C. V0H 2B0 by October 19, 2012. Only written inquiries received by the above date will be responded to. Information about this proposal can be obtained by contacting Ken and Tina Hesketh at 250-446-2802.

Boats

8x20 aluminum pontoon boat, seats 8, 40 HP Mariner, oil injection, power lift, c/w tandem trailer w/electric brake. Reduced to $5,500 obo. Call 250445-6483.

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BUSINESS & SERVICE FEATURE OF THE WEEK

Newton Construction Co Ltd 3460 Bubar Rd, Rock Creek BC 4WD Backhoe • Waterlines Snow Removal • Mobile Septic Installations & Planning 12” & 24” Dig Bucket, 42” Clean Up Bucket

WOOD & PELLET HEATING

DIRECTORY INSPECTIONS & REPAIRS

Dave Hoenderop Cell: 250-449-1983 Home: 250-446-2676

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Dave Hoenderop

“Living and Working in the Kettle Valley”

Cell: 250-449-1983 Home: 250-446-2676

3175 Hwy 33 P.O. Box 144, Westbridge, BC V0H 2B0

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SUPPLIERS

Granby Plumbing & Heating

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Thursday, September 27, 2012

Boundary Guides experience camp

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Three girls from Boundary Guiding Unit recently camped for three days and discovered how to erect tents, make their bedding waterproof and warm, live, cook and sleep in the open air. Different types of cooking were tried, including cooking spaghetti in a hay box which they had made themselves; melting marshmallows by using a Pringles container as a solar cooker and heating sausages in a cardboard milk container stuffed with newspaper (not very fast food) as well as regular cooking on a camp stove. Following compass points they went on an adventure challenge to find information and answers for a nature quiz, plus a hike to compare different types of trees and plants and where they grow.

The girls completed individual challenges including making a mobile, picture and fancy dress costume from natural materials. Building a nest strong enough to hold an egg was more difficult than imagined and gave the girls great respect for birds. They wrote a camp rap song and devised water catchers to hold the overnight dew. Tie dying T-shirts proved great fun as did sun dyeing a banner, which will be fabric painted for cookie selling. Sun printing pictures of leaves was an interesting experience. All the information they had gathered or made was added to their journal with notes about their adventure. Boundary Guiding unit meets on Wednesdays at the King of Kings Church Midway. Call Elaine at 250-449-2309 or Sue at 250-445-9955 for details. All girls are welcome from age five and up.

A recent three-day camping trip by fostered new understanding of nature and strengthened the bonds of friendship among these Guides, seen with leader Elaine Fromme (far-right in the centre picture above).

PUBLIC NOTICE

RECALL AND INITIATIVE ACT

This notice is published pursuant to section 4 of the Recall and Initiative Act. Approval in principle has been granted on an application for an initiative petition. The petition will be issued to proponent Dana Larsen on Monday, November 19, 2012 and signature sheets must be submitted to the Chief Electoral Officer by Monday, February 18, 2013. The Title of the Initiative is: An initiative to amend the Police Act. Summary of Initiative: The initiative draft Bill entitled, “Sensible Policing Act” proposes to amend the Police Act to no longer use provincial police resources on the enforcement of current laws in relation to simple possession and use of cannabis by adults. The draft law would prohibit the use of provincial police resources for this purpose, would require police to report in detail to the Minister of Justice any actual use of resources for this purpose and why it was necessary, and require the Minister to publish that report. The Bill also proposes that the Province would call upon the Federal Government to repeal the federal prohibition on cannabis, or give British Columbia an exemption, such that British Columbia is able to tax and regulate cannabis similar to the regulation of alcohol and tobacco. As well it proposes that British Columbia shall establish a Provincial Commission to study the means and requirements necessary for the province to establish a legal and regulated model for the production and use of cannabis by adults. Last, the Bill would make non-lawful possession and use of cannabis by minors an offence similar to possession and use of alcohol.

Initiative Advertising: Individuals or organizations who sponsor initiative advertising, other than the proponent and registered opponents, must register with the Chief Electoral Officer before they conduct or publish initiative advertising. Registration applications are available from Elections BC. Who May Sign the Petition: Registered voters as of Monday, November 19, 2012 may sign the initiative petition. Individuals may only sign the petition once, and must sign the petition sheet for the electoral district in which they are registered at the time of signing. Signed petitions are available for public inspection. For More Information: The initiative application and draft Bill are available for public inspection on the Elections BC website and at the Elections BC office at the address below. Location: Suite 100 – 1112 Fort Street, Victoria, B.C Mailing Address: PO Box 9275 Stn Prov Govt, Victoria, BC V8W 9J6 Phone: Toll-free: Fax: Email: Website:

250-387-5305 1-800-661-8683 250-387-3578 electionsbc@elections.bc.ca www.elections.bc.ca

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Boundary Creek Times, September 27, 2012  

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