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$1.00 + HST Vol. 27 | No. 7 Thursday, March 31, 2011

Surrounded by family and friends, Simon and Jemima Schooner (front centre) celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary on March 26, 2011. The couple were married in Bella Coola in 1946. See story on page three .

Hagensborg Water District struggles with funding, capital development demands BY CAITLIN THOMPSON The Hagensborg Water District continues its struggle to fund the numerous projects that are well beyond the scope of the District’s tax base. Most pressing is meeting the province’s requirement that all drinking water be treated so that it is considered ‘potable,’ a law that

has been in effect since the mid 1990s. Despite drinking untreated water locally for decades, this Drinking Water Protection Act is sweeping in character and provides no exemptions. Anxious to avoid chlorine, the District sought an innovative solution in the form of a Point of Entry UV treatment plan. While this may provide the answer to one problem,

there are still several hurdles the project faces before it gets off the ground. Although the POE project has the support of Vancouver Coastal Health, it requires the formation of a policy to approve it and a pilot project to test the system before full installation can take place. This required more money, and water users saw their rates rise sharply to fund

the project as they wished to avoid unnecessary debt with the province. The District committed to seeking grant funding to cover the additional costs, bearing in mind that being an Improvement District drastically reduced their scope of available funding. On top of the POE project, the District’s aging infrastructure is badly in need of repair.

Replacing the primary watermain, an aging fire truck, and rebuilding the dam intake have pushed costs into the millions. As of press time replacement of the aging watermain is projected to cost $2,840, 000 and the price for the purification process is now estimated at $1,575,000. To SEE WATER ON PAGE 3

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Science Fair 2011 You are invited to an evening with

First Nations Author Larry Loyie Monday, April 4 7pm Acwsalcta Library will be held

Saturday April 2, 2011 9:00 am to 1:30 pm In NES Gym Come, Participate, Explore! Great prizes for all ages!

Larry Loyie is an award winning Cree author from Slave Lake, Alberta. In his mid-fifties, Larry went back to school to achieve his dream of becoming a writer. His first children’s book, “As Long as the Rivers Flow,” won the 2003 Norma Fleck Award for Canadian Children’s Non-Fiction and was the 2006 First Nation Communities Read Honour Book of the Year. Everyone is welcome to come and hear Larry speak about his life and his literature.

(pre-school--Grade 12) (judges needed—please call Sara Germain at SAMS to volunteer!)

Nuxalk Nation Transition House Snxlhh House Emmanuel Church Bella Coola Sunday Service 7pm

ZUMBA is a latin dance based exercise class suitable for all ages and fitness levels

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Tuesday, April 19, 2011 1:30 p.m.

12 class pass for $85 For more information see the article inside this edition or call Holly at 250 982 2298

Begins at Nuxalk Hall Bella Coola Seventh-Day Adventist Church Saturday Service Song & Bible Study For Adults & Children 9:30 am Sabbath School Program 10 am Bible Study Church Service 11 am Bella Coola Adventist Academy Offers a Christian Learning Environment for Grades K - 9 Grades 10 - 12 Distance Learning through West Coast Adventist School Principal Rob Parker 799 5910

Please join us as we walk from Nuxalk Hall, around the town site, then back to the Nuxalk Hall for refreshments. There will be t-shirts and pens for the walkers.

Everyone Welcome!


NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING The annual general meeting of the Noosatsum Waterworks District will be held on Monday, April 4, 2011 at 7pm in the Noosatsum Fire Hall. Agenda details and financial statements will be available at the meeting. Call 250-982-2518 for additional information.


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Capital development costs estimated to be millions CONTINUED FROM


To replace the primary fire truck is an estimated $350,000 and the need to rebuild the dam intake is approximately $3,000,000. This brings the total to almost $8 million. Hagensborg water users are feeling the pinch and several of them have expressed their feeling that the financial demands on the District are way beyond its capabilities. While most remain supportive of the POE project and the upgrades, concerns are growing as expenses continue to mount with

no funding relief in sight. Taxes have risen significantly in the past year to fund the projects but even these hikes will not cover the costs. The Districts’ best shot at obtaining funding was dashed this month when the CCRD refused to support a joint application for the Gas Tax General Strategic Priorities Fund (GSPF) and Innovations Fund (IF). While the CCRD did express a desire to help the District, they were not willing to do so at the expense of a potential project they could deem to be of

higher importance within the CCRD. After tabling the matter for months, they moved to decline the request. Additionally, they reiterated the fact that water services in Hagensborg are not within their responsibilities as a local government. “It is a priority for the Hagensborg Water District to access the funding they require to deliver their services,” said CCRD CAO Joy MacKay. “It is not a CCRD mandate.” District Administrator Rosemary Smart understands that

community may be apprehensive when it comes to approving these high costs. “The community will again have the opportunity to review the upcoming capital plans and discuss how best to move forward,” said Smart. “In the meantime, the trustees continue to seek assistance for the community in funding the projects.” As an Improvement District, they cannot qualify for capital grants, and this is certainly hampering their abilities to meet their long list of growing demands from the province,

Simon and Jemima Schooner celebrate 65 years of marriage Simon and Jemima Schooner celebrated 65 years of marriage last week with a celebration at the Bella Coola Pentecostal Church attended by family and friends. Simon and Jemima (nee Clellamin) were both born and raised in Bella Coola. They met in 1944 and were married on March 26, 1946 at the United Church in Bella Coola. Simon was 27 at the time; he is now 91 years old. Jemima was 18; she is now 82. They had eight children, four boys and four girls. From those eight children the couple now has nearly 100 descendents – 40 grandchildren, 50 great grandchildren, and two

great-great grandchildren. Their youngest daughter Ginger, says that these numbers are probably higher now as the latest tally (which hasn’t been formally done yet) includes at least seven more. When asked on what their secret is to the longevity of their marriage, Jemima cited their faith in God. “Faith plays a strong role in keeping us together,” she said. “We thank God that He kept us together all these years, He kept us going.”

the water users, and the aging system. A review of other options, which include forming a municipality or amalgamating with the CCRD, has been discussed many times over the years when funding issues are raised, but the community has repeatedly opted for the autonomy of community control and management. The community will once have the opportunity to discuss these issues, and have a look at some hard numbers

on the proposed capital development plans, at the Annual

General Meeting scheduled for April 21.

The Bella Coola Fall Fair Association is looking for person/s to join our board with the specific task of organizing and running of the Queen Candidates. Complete resources and support would be in place for you. If you are interested please contact: Sherri Fontaine at 250-305-8053, Sarah Matthews 250-982-0040, or Christina Mecham 2507995914 by April 15.


Roses & Thorns Want to recognize someone or something done for the benefit of the community or an individual? Or express your (polite) frustrations about something you’ve experienced? Send your submissions to: or fax 250 982 2512 (All submissions will remain anonymous - Coast Mountain News reserves the right not to publish submissions at our discretion)

FIRST ROSE OF THE YEAR: Roses to the person(s) who cleaned up the Walker Island dugouts and some debris at Walker Island Park. Much appreciated!

Simon and Jemima have cited their faith in God as the secret to their long-lasting marriage.

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ZUMBA fitness is coming to Bella Coola

SAMS Girls Basketball places third in North Central Zone Championships Congratulations to the SAMS Girls Basketball team for placing third in the North Central Zones in Valemount in February. The girls were ranked sixth going into the tournament and with a bench of seven girls were able to take third place out of nine teams. They lost their first game 44-38 to Tumbler Ridge but went on to win the next three with scores of 64-52 against Northside, 58-46 against Fort St. James, and 61-50 against Tumbler Ridge. They lost their last game to Valemount with a score of 65-38. All of the

girls played with a lot of heart and sportsmanship and represented our school and Valley exceptionally. Shalya Schooner received the award for Best Offensive Player of the whole tournament and Talia Pootlass received a first All-Star for the whole tournament, which had over 90 players. Way to go girls! Thanks to Crystal Leys-Tallio for chaperoning and chauffeuring and to Elysabeth ReavellRoy for being our teacher chaperone.

Holly Willgress will soon be offering ZUMBA - a popular latindance inspired workout class that is so fun it’s known as ‘exercise in disguise.’

SAMS player Carrigan Tallio takes a shot during the girls game against Tumbler Ridge

Have you ever felt that moment of panic as your car starts to skid?

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Make sure a skid doesn’t ruin your day. Ease off the brake or gas, look and steer smoothly in the direction you want to go. If you overcorrect you’ll probably skid the opposite way – maybe a few times. Repeat the procedure until you regain control.

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Are you ready to party yourself into shape? ZUMBA fitness classes are latin-dance inspired workout classes that are so fun you don’t even realize you are exercising! ZUMBA enthusiasts like to call it ‘exercise in disguise.’ There is no need to have any dance background, the steps are easy to follow and most people pick it up after just a few classes. Best of all, there are no ‘rules’ and no judgement. If you are having trouble with a step, just move any way you want to, feeling the music, until you get it down. ZUMBA fitness was the brainchild of Beto Perez, originally from Cali, Columbia. As the story goes, back in the mid‘90’s, he darted off to teach an aerobics class and forgot his typical music. In his backpack he had mixed tapes of salsa and merengue music, which he had grown

up with, so he improvised the class using this music instead. The class was electrified and people couldn’t stop smiling. His class loved it! He spontaneously created a new kind of dance fitness that focussed on letting the music move you, rather than counting reps over the music. ZUMBA Fitness has moved on to become the world’s largest and most successful dancefitness program, with more than 10 million people of all ages, shapes and sizes. ZUMBA classes feature exotic and high energy Latin and world beat rhythms, combining dance styles such as salsa, meringue, cumbia, reggaeton, flamenco, samba, belly dance and bhangra. It is easy to do, effective and totally exhilarating. Most importantly, it’s addictive and keeps people coming back, which is important

for achieving your fitness goals. Men love it too!.In the U.S. about 50 percent of participants are men, so come give it a try guys! Holly Willgress is a certified Yoga Instructor and was recently licensed to teach ZUMBA Fitness classes. Holly discovered ZUMBA when trying to find Latin dance instructional DVD’s on-line. She has a dance background and loves to dance for exercise and has always been enthralled with Latin America and its vibrant culture, particularly the many forms of latin dance. From the moment she tried ZUMBA she was hooked and is very excited about sharing it with the community. Classes will be Friday’s at 5 pm beginning April 8 at Lobelco Hall. If you have any questions please call 982-2298 and ask for Holly.

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Discovery Coast Music Festival presents Mr. Something Something organizing Canada’s first bicycle-powered concert. “It is our intent to educate ourselves to a better and more sustainable

lifestyle”, says lead singer Johan Hultqvist. “Hopefully this will inspire others to do the same.” A little something

for the body, a little something for the mind—check out Mr. Something Something at the Discovery Coast Music Festival in July!

Valley Soccer 2011 Spring Soccer League Coaches are desperately needed for the 2011 season.

Please call Call Nicola Koroluk at 982-0045 or Chrystal Nygaard at 982-2237 if you are able to help this year. Registration forms will be available at local schools and Kopas store on March 28th and must be returned by Saturday, April 2nd. Please note the dates below. Thursday, March 31 - We will be holding a coach and referee clinic at the NES Gym at 7 pm. This is required for all student referees who didn‛t take the clinic in the spring. (A good way to make some extra cash.) We will provide drills and other ideas for interested coaches. Tuesday, April 5th - Meeting for interested Coaches, Players and Parents. Coaches will be assigned teams. Sunday, April 10th – Team practices and uniform assignment BCE soccer field (11 am)


Mr. Something Something is a band that doesn’t shy away from their grassroots activism A little something for the body, a little something for the mind. No, the writer did not forget the name of this Toronto band that will grace the stage of the Discovery Coast Music Festival on July 23 and 24. Over the last five years the band has toured relentlessly in Canada, playing more than 500 shows, including appearances at many folk festivals and most major jazz festivals. Mr. Something Something is a unique blend of afro-jazz-pop. Founding members and childhood friends, percussionist Larry Graves and sax player

John MacLean opted for the unbeatable dance rhythms of Nigeria, Senegal, Mali, and Ghana to drive the band’s themes of social justice and environmental activism. However, they use western instruments and improvisation to explore and layer over what used to be called Afrobeat. Imaginative solo work by respected jazz guitarist Paul MacDougall, Liam Smith’s dependable bass lines, the mesmerizing on-stage dancing of Jennifer Dallas, and passionate delivery by electrifying front man, Johan Hultqvist, round out

the band’s sound. The band’s second album, The Edge, was nominated for a 2005 JUNO Award for World Music Album of the Year. Deep Sleep, their third album, was the most played world music album on Canadian college radio in 2007, and a track from it was included on a prestigious British compilation that was released in more than fifty countries. The Toronto Star said of their most recent 2009 offering, “Shine Your Face marks the group’s most accomplished

work yet.” Aside from their wildly energized and unpredictable live shows, the band is well-known for its green politics and environmental activism. The group has played a windpowered show, and performed in such unconventional venues as organic farms and food co-ops to highlight communities that are trying to minimize their ecological footprints. In 2008, Mr. Something Something made headlines by



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Award Winning Author Larry Loyie to visit Bella Coola Award winning, First Nations author Larry Loyie is coming to Bella Coola, April 4 to 6, to do a series of workshops with Valley schools. As well, he will host an evening event, open to the public, on Monday April 4, 7:00 p.m. at Acwsalcta School’s new Library. Larry Loyie was born in Slave Lake, Alberta. He spent his early years living a traditional Cree life, taught by his parents and grandparents. Larry first attended public school in Slave Lake. At the age of eight, he was taken to St. Bernard Mission residential school in Grouard, Alberta, where he spent the next six years. He left school at 13 to begin his working life. At the age of 12, Larry read a Look magazine article about Ernest Hemingway. It inspired him to a lifelong dream of becoming a writer.

In his mid-fifties, Larry went back to school to achieve his dream of becoming a writer. His first children's book, “As Long as the Rivers Flow,” won the 2003 Norma Fleck Award for Canadian Children's NonFiction and was the 2006 First Nation Communities Read Honour Book of the Year. This now-classic book is the story of his last summer living a traditional Cree life before going to residential school. “When the Spirits Dance” is based on his childhood during the Second World War. “Goodbye Buffalo Bay” tells of his last year at residential school in Grouard, Alberta, and moving on as a young labourer in Alberta and British Columbia. “The Gathering Tree” is the story of a First Nations family facing the issue of HIV. “The Moon Speaks

Cree,” which will be published this year, is a winter adventure set during his traditional childhood years. Larry has worked with his partner, senior writer and editor, Constance Brissenden since 1993. Together they have given more than 1,000 presentations and writing workshops at schools, colleges, libraries, conferences and writers festivals. A longtime community activist in the areas of learning and literacy, Larry's message to students of all ages is: “Read, read, read, to get better marks in school.” To find out more about Larry Loyie, check out his website at http:// Come out on Monday, April 4 to Acwsalcta’s new library to hear Larry talk about his books. The talk will start at 7:00 p.m.

CCRD will not support Hagensborg Water District’s funding application BY KEVIN O’NEILL The regular monthly meeting of the Central Coast Regional District was held on March 10. A delegation representing Dog Town Bella Coola attended the meeting, providing the directors with information as to the goals and objectives of the organization. These include arranging spay and neuter clinics in the valley. The Board expressed its appreciation and full support for the group’s efforts and

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pledged assistance and support, particularly in identifying possible sources of funding. While Emergency Program Coordinator Steve Waugh was unable to attend, directors continued discussions related to the September 25 flood. The final report from the review/debrief sessions, held on February 11 and 12, was presented. It is expected that its recommendations will be incorporated in a subsequent Enhanced Flood Management Plan. The directors also expressed concerns about the large volume of woody debris in our rivers, and asked staff to explore possible solutions as soon as possible. The Board reviewed the minutes of a recent meeting of the Centennial Pool Commission, noting that a thorough inspection of the pool is scheduled to take place as soon as the ground thaws. Flood damages will be assessed pursuant to seeking compensation from the insurance company as well as the Province. It remains the highest priority of the Board that the pool be made operational as soon as is practicable. Finally, the direc-

tors considered a request from the Hagensborg Water District to apply for funding on its behalf for major water system improvements. The proposal seeking funding under the Province’s Gas Tax Innovation Fund was presented at the CCRD’s February meeting. Regrettably, directors of Hagensborg Water District were unable to attend the March meeting. A Hagensborg water user did attend, expressing his concerns about the Hagensborg Water District proposal to the directors. Having given the proposal careful consideration, the Board decided not to support the Hagensborg Water District funding request. Not only did the directors identify several minor and major deficiencies in the Hagensborg Water District proposal, but further noted a number of other preferred projects for which application might be made by the CCRD. The Board is only permitted to make one application under this specific funding program, successful or not. Therefore, it is of utmost importance that a project be chosen which stands a reasonable likelihood of success.

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Central Coast Regional District Parks and Recreation

Walker Island Clean Up Are you interested in volunteering to help clean up at Walker Island Park? We are currently establishing a list of volunteers who would like to donate their time and expertise. Please contact Melanie Kloss at 250 982 2355



The Memorial Feast will be held on May 27, 2011.

Moody family holds Copper Feast for

*BC Cowboy Hall of Fame Inductees will be presented during the Sunday Rodeo Performance

John Moody – Lhalyamc – Copper Man

PANCAKE BREAKFAST: Saturday and Sunday 7am-10am FRIDAY EVENING: Entertainment in the Beer Gardens “Skidmarks” (live band, no cover charge)

When little John was at Canuck Place last May 24, 2010 he shared his wishes for a Copper Feast and Memorial just like his Uncle Scott Moody’s. “That way people will see how much my family and friends love me mommy!” It was hard to hear that coming from John but I knew he was serious. So with my family, friends and community behind me I started the process of planning a Copper Feast. The Copper is the highest wealth to the Nuxalk. When the people gather to feast a Copper we come together with one heart to strengthen the Copper by putting value on it. This is done through feasting and the giving of gifts to the Chiefs to hold up the Copper on behalf of their families. By doing this, the Chiefs show that they support the family in their work. The significance of the Copper stretches back from the beginning of time when our world was covered in darkness. After Raven brought the light, the first ancestors lived long happy lives and when they passed into the next world their loved ones mourned them for one year. The memorial feast followed where they

would throw down a Copper to represent the time of grief, just in the same way as the first ancestors were in sadness in the time of darkness. When a Copper is thrown down it represents throwing away the grief and letting the light back in to your life. It is not about forgetting the loved one who has passed on, but leaving the grief of losing them. This is the Nuxalk way of grieving. However, before a Copper is thrown down the family has to put wealth on the Copper. When wealth is put on the Copper, it represents each member of the family and community coming together to send the wealth to the loved one. On February 12, 2011, our community gathered at the Nuxalk Hall to honor a small child, John Earl Edward Moody – Lhalyamc – Copper Man with a Copper Feast. Snaxkila – Clyde Tallio, Qwaxinay – Lance Nelson and Xawisus – Chris Nelson helped our Family by first singing the Qwaixaks song. A Sisawlk song used to announce that the family is preparing to start the work for their loved one. The hereditary Chiefs seated at the

head table were then called to come and uphold the Moody Copper. When a Chief holds up a Copper he is showing that he represents his family as a whole behind him, supporting the Moody family in their time of grief. After the Chiefs’ held the Copper, Qwaxinay and Xawisus began singing Simon Johnson’s Honor Song. Snxakila then asked the people to touch the Copper as

Chief Cecil Moody went through all the rows of tables. John’s aunties, Christina Mecham, Miranda Tallio, Sarah Moody and Wanda Apps-Edgar followed behind Chief and gifted each person with a quarter as thanks for witnessing the families work and touching the Copper. The family of John Moody then presented the Chiefs’ with baskets as SEE




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thanks for upholding the Copper and supporting the family’s work. Next came the feast. An Elder blessed the food and as people ate the family did their payouts to the cooks, kitchen help, Snaxkila, Qwaxinay and Xawisus for all their work that went into the Copper Feast to honor Lhalyamc. A very emotional part to the evening came when Lhalyamcs cousin Spencer Siwallace read a letter that Lhalyamc wanted read to the people present at his Copper Feast. Yaw. My name is Lhalyamc. John Earl

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Edward Moody. I want to thank you for honoring me with a Copper Feast. Thank you Chiefs for holding my family’s Copper. Thank you cooks for preparing the food for the people. Thank you security for helping my family do the work for me. To my family, thank you for helping my mommy and daddy, my sisters and brother, mama and papa. To the community, thank you for helping my family when they need help. I love living in Bella Coola because everyone helps everyone. I am sad because I know what a Copper Feast means. But I am ok because I get to see Uncle Scott before mommy! Thank you everyone for honoring me and helping my family. I love you all to infinity and beyond. The Copper Feast Raffle that we held was drawn this night also. First prize was a pendant by Alvin Mack won by Shaylen Moody. Second prize was a pendant by Troy Anderson won byJalissa Moody, third prize was an Air Compressor from Tru-Value Hardware won by Kyle Siwallace, fourth prize, a $50 Gift Certificate from

The Moody Copper was upheld by Chiefs on behalf of their families Tallio’s Gas Bar won by Spencer Siwallace fifth prize, a $40 Gift Certificate from Bella Coola Valley Inn won by Mike Tallio, and sixth prize was a Dinosaur Gift Bag from Kopas Store won by Kaylee Paul.

Congratulations to the winners of these prizes and thank you to all the people who bought tickets in support of LhalyamcJohn. The Memorial Date is set for May 27, 2011 - one year

Pharmacy Technician Required Alexander Mackenzie Pharmacy providing services to the Bella Coola General Hospital and the community of Bella Coola. The Bella Coola General Hospital is owned by the United Church Health Services Society, affiliated with Vancouver Coastal Health. Job Summary: Assists Pharmacist with daily duties such as Rx filling, answering telephone, compound creams/ointments, generate daily reports, third party billing, assist with cleanliness of pharmacy, filling dosettes/blister packs, preparing medications for the hospital and ordering pharmaceuticals. Qualifications: • Grade 12 graduation. • Graduation from a recognized Pharmacy Technician Training program or a commitment to enroll in a training program. • Communicates effectively both verbally and in writing. • Demonstrates courtesy, diplomacy and patience. • Proven interpersonal skills. • Proven ability to organize work. Hours of Work: Casual, on call as required Noncontract, following the HEU Facilities Subsector Collective Agreement Hourly Rate: $20.12 Please forward resume and cover letter to: Donna Ratcliff, Manager of Pharmacy Services Bella Coola General Hospital, Alexander Mackenzie Pharmacy PO Box 220, Bella Coola, B.C. V0T 1C0 Phone: 250-799-5432 - Fax: 250-799-5635 Email: Closing Date: 31 March 2011 Start Date: early April 2011

Central Coast Regional District Invitation for Expressions of Interest The Central Coast Regional District/Bella Coola Recreation Commission is inviting Expressions of Interest for reclamation/site preparation of the Walker Island Ball Field area.

after Lhalyamc-John passed on to Nusmata to be with his ancestors. We will be sending out invitations and public announcements soon. We hope to see you there! Words will never be able to express how much I feel for this beautiful community. Thank you for allowing me to share my emotions with you and helping me honor Lhalyamc-John Earl Edward Moody. Way! Do you have something you need to sell!

Work is expected to include removal of approximately 300 feet of chain link fencing on the south and west ends of the field, to be stored on-site; removal of debris from the entire park area; and leveling of the ball field and soccer field, an area of approximately 300 ft X 500 ft, in preparation for the installation of infield and outfield surface materials.

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massive flood Bella Coola residents - certainly the defining moment ‘Operation Santa’ of delivers some Christm as cheer to flood affected families

Michael Wigle photo

SUBMITTED BY COLEEN FRASER In addition to the Ministry of Transportatio Associates donated n’s $4,000 to ity, other BCGEU generosA joint effort by the Flood Relief at the Williams employees Bank account Lake hospital agencies resulted numerous from various provincial to be used for firewood, also sent local householders in an early minisfurnace Beeline gifts to the valley via Christmas for many tries including fuel and hay. October through in from mid Courier. the Corrections November last fall’s tremendousvictims of Branch, Client Many people purchased Earlier that week and December. Services Branch, flood. The first group Michel At the Ministry specific items that Ministry of Environment, Bazille (CEO of to arrive was a the Bella Coola families had six-person Transportation of Ministry of Forests indicated their Hospital), and crew from the Mennonite and children would and Range, some Infrastructure office Ministry of Agriculture appreciate including pital staff delivered of the hos- Disaster Service. and gift blankets Hosed at Lake, Leanna Illinickiin Williams Lands, and the mets, skates, board bikes, hel- that had been the Community Integrated Land and donated games and Church in Loreen Russell Management Bureau clothing. affected households, to flood Hagensborg these organized men helped which had fourteen project that substituted a part in the project, took Leanna loaded been donated by householders with as did their two pick-up Vancouver usual staff gift exchange their union. trucks with the Coastal Health cleanup and reconstruction gifts employees in in favour of buying Interior Roads, ered them to Bella and delivVancouver. during the nine gifts for floodDawson days affected families. Construction, Triton volunteers used Coola where were in the valley. that they The Bella Coola the Mormon Flood Environmental Church Hall to Restoration Committee In mid-Novembe and Binnie organize and r volunwas distribute them. also able to organize Employees SEE MANY unteer work crews two volON PAGE 3 that assisted

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Mobile Homes & Pads 2bdrm mobile for rent or sale in well cared park n/s n/p r/r $800/mnth Avail April 1st. (250)392-1971 2 or 3 bdrm mobile, $500/month No dogs, W/D, F/S (250) 392-5350

Homes for Rent 3 bdr. home on Williams Lake avail. Apr. 15th. $1150/mo. 250-398-7426 4bdr. house, fenced yard, d/w, f/s/l/r, 1 car garage, 10 min. to town, n/s, r/r, large yard, looking for longer term tenant. $1,200/mo. (250)3987490

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Beautiful new 3bdr. house, Westridge area, 5app., nice yard, available immediately. $1,400/mo. (250) 398-0122.

1990 Dodge p/u Super cab. Propane powered, 200 liter tank. One owner, some rust, Michelin tires. Offers. (250)296-4766

Suites, Lower 1bdr. daylight bsmt. suite on North Lakeside, f/s, w/d hookup, d/w,f/p, patio, utilities included, n/s, n/p, r/r, very quiet location. $725/mo. (250)3987490 1bdr. daylight suite, North Lakeside, f/s, w/d hook-up, lg. storage area/shared yard, quiet location, utilities included, n/p, n/s, r/r. $625/mo. (250)398-7490 New 2 bd. daylight basement suite, W/D, covered patio. $950 inc. util. (250) 398-0122

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Off Road Vehicles 2009 POLARIS 600 shift 1800 miles excellent condition and runs mint Was originally a 144 2 inch track now 146 2.4 inch track big wheel kit, hand guards, stinger, and decal kit. Phone 250-992-2824

Recreational/Sale 2010 40’ Luxury 5th Wheel, 4 slides, wd, dw, a/c, f/p. SacriďŹ ce at $39,900. Can be seen in Kelowna. 1-905-691-1035.

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Sport Utility Vehicle 2003 Toyota Highlander 4WD. V6, two sets of tires with rims. $9500. Call 250982-2966 or 250-305-4126


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