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City hopes new signs stop speeders

CASSANDRA CHIN Gazette Reporter

You ‘crack’ me up! Dona Dees fries eggs in the kitchen of the Gospel Chapel last Saturday for the sixth annual Community Pancake Breakfast, with proceeds going to benefit the Community Christmas Hampers. People attending were treated to pancakes, eggs, sausages, juice and coffee.

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There have been new stop signs placed along 72nd Avenue in Grand Forks to minimize the number of vehicles speeding through the street. The three-way stop signs were recently put up at the intersection of 72nd Avenue and Cypress Way after multiple complaints about speeding vehicles and the dangers it caused in the neighbourhood. “Throughout this year we’ve been receiving complaints about speeders on 72nd Avenue, in between 27th Street and 19th Street,” said Hal Wright, the City of Grand Forks’ manager of operations. “We have the street park on one side and Extra Foods on the other side, and there were some concerned residents in the area, as well as an RCMP request for signage.” In correspondence with the city, police noted that 72nd Avenue was like a perceived drag strip that was created between the grocery store all the way down to the local skate park. Grand Forks RCMP was contacted but was unable to respond by press time. Wright noted the location of the new stop signs, between 19th and 22nd Streets, represented the midway point of 72nd Avenue, which until that point was a long stretch of road without any signs for traffic control. There was also consideration given to the opening of the Silver Kettle Village and the increase of traffic that would occur. “We thought it would be opportune at the time to put up new stop signs to slow the traffic down and have them stop there so that it wouldn’t continue to be abused for speeding,” Wright said. “We’ve been monitoring it and we will continue to monitor it. I haven’t received any more complaints about speeders going through there, and I know there are several happy people there about the new signage.” After doing a quick investigation, Wright pointed out that Silver Kettle has a full parking lot and that the stop signs are doing what they are intended to do. “The street on the other side was for construction access to the Silver Kettle, so it’s not a real street, but all legally existing streets have a stop sign,” he said. “It was just a very long stretch of road that a few made it bad for the majority because if all of us law-abiding citizens obey the speed limit then there’s no problem. But it’s the few that make it bad for everybody so we felt it

There have been new stop signs placed along 72nd Avenue to minimize the number of vehicles speeding. CASSANDRA CHIN PHOTO

necessary to put the stop signs there.” Coun. Gary Smith suggested that a stop sign might also be placed near the Gables, by 27th Street. “I thought it would be better placed near the Gables because there are a lot of kids who go to that complex,” he said. “That’s the route they take to go to school.” He noted the placement chosen by staff may have been determined to be the better location for the stop signs, though additional signs may help. “I just think it should be placed further down the street,” Smith said. “I made the suggestion to staff because there’s certainly more traffic coming from the Gables than there is from Silver Kettle Village at the moment. Staff are thinking into the future by hoping that residents will get used to the three-way stop sign.”

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1907 The third annual Halloween ball put on by the Pythian Sisters drew 65 couples. Dancing to the Beamer and James Orchestra commenced at 9:30 and continued until 3:30. 1912 There’s a rush on new buildings in Grand Forks. These include the post office, which has reached the roofing stage, the Boundary Trust and Investment Company, the corner store which will be occupied by a drug store, and the hardware store of W.K.C. Manly. 1922 William John Hatton and Gwendolyn Williams, both popular young people of Rock Creek, were married at the home of Forest Ranger and Mrs. John P. Griffith. Rev. Hills Wright, Presbyterian minister, performed the ceremony. 1927 Fairly good progress was made in the rebuilding of the Cooper Bridge by the Bonthron and McDonald crew. The central pier, now complete, required the driving of 50 piles, all of which run 15 feet into the ground. 1932 George Roper of Grand Forks and

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James Forshaw of Greenwood, who won the poultry judging contest at the provincial fair in Abbotsford, will leave this week for the Canadian championships in Toronto. 1937 A huge bear kept the Cooper family of Brown Creek in the house for days and also gave Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rossi a terrible scare when the couple met the bruin in their pitch black cellar where it was eating apples. 1947 The Knights of Pythias Lodge was reactivated here recently, with Klaas Scheer as the new Knight commander. 1952 Charles Crawford, a veteran of the Boer War, died here at the age of 90 on Oct. 20. He was in the harness-making business for many years. 1957 7,500 tons of potatoes had been harvested in the Sunshine Valley by last weekend. It was believed to be the largest-ever crop. 1967 Charles Edward Roberts, 60, was charged in Magistrates Court here with the capital murder of his 45-year-old

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NEWS z BUSINESS

Training your brain Gary Anaka, a.k.a. the Brain Coach, was at Grand Forks Secondary School last Thursday to give presentations on cognition and learning, particularly in relation to the teenage brain. The effects of video games and texting on teenagers’ brains were some of the topics he broached.

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Downtown business association in works RDKB board rejects adding question period in agenda z REGIONAL GOVERNANCE

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When the Economic Development Advisory Committee invited Barb Haynes (Penticton Business Improvement Association) to Grand Forks in August to speak about the benefits of having an organized downtown business organization, it sparked enthusiasm and renewed energy from several downtown merchants. With the help of the Boundary Country Regional Chamber of Commerce, dialogue has begun to address the need for a downtown business association in Grand Forks

and a defined area has been established. A meeting will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 13 from 7 until 9 p.m. at the Community Futures Boundary Grand Forks office (1647 Central Avenue) and all business owners and managers within the defined downtown area (see map) are invited to discuss their visions and ideas on building a stronger and more vibrant downtown core. If you run a business within the defined area, your input is important. Please mark your calendar and plan to attend.

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Mobile abattoir coming by end of the month

CASSANDRA CHIN Gazette Reporter

The mobile meat-processing unit will be en route to Grand Forks by the end of this month and will be ready for operation by early next year for local meat producers to use. The mobile meat-processing unit or abattoir, will eliminate costs on transportation and stress on animals for local farmers, as well as expand their markets. Area residents will also have access to locally raised and government-inspected meat products, including beef, pork, goat, and poultry. Roly Russell, president of the Grand Forks and Boundary Regional Agricultural Society (GFBRAS), explained that everything is coming together smoothly. “We are expecting delivery at the end of November,” he said. “As long as everything goes according to plan, we should have it inspected and approved for operation before the end of the calendar year.” Russell noted that once the ab-

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attoir is ready, GFBRAS would be awarding the contract out to another group to operate the unit. A request for proposals will be accepted from interested parties. GFBRAS would maintain governance and control over the unit but it will be fairly minimal, such as transparent and fair costing, he added. “It would be fair in terms of how much it would cost to move it, how much it would cost to set it up, and how much it would cost to use it,” Russell said. “If you are a poultry producer, if you have 500 birds, you can do the math yourself to determine whether it makes sense to bring that unit to your property, or whether it makes more sense to partner with somebody else where the unit is and transport your birds there.” Discussions and plans for the production of a mobile meat processing unit were finalized last year with the GFBRAS receiving funding from the federal government last March to help with the construction of the unit.

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The Regional District of Kootenay Boundary (RDKB) board of directors discussed cuts to Canada Post and Greyhound services at the last board meeting on Nov. 1 at the Grand Forks Regional District of Kootenay Boundary board room. RDKB turns down section in agenda for question period A motion to put a section in the agenda for a question period for the public was voted against after much discussion. Greenwood Mayor Nipper Kettle pointed out that the RDKB meetings are open to the public and raised the issue of having a section in the agenda for question period. “We have it in our regular (Greenwood) council meetings and I believe we should have it in the beginning or end of these meetings,” he said. “It would give people in the audience to ask about times of concern on the agenda.” Chief Administrative Office John MacLean noted that discussion was raised earlier this year. “The feeling at the time was that it would not be a part of the agenda,” MacLean said. “If it was a part of the agenda, then we’re writing notes and resolutions can fall over everything else. What the practice has been is when we have had members of the public in attendance, which is actually rare, that immediately following adjournment, Chair (Larry) Gray would open the floor for discussions or questions. But it would not be part of the formal agenda.” The motion was denied, with seven directors voting against and six for the motion. Greyhound services Concerned about lack of accessibility and safety, the board of directors and city representatives unanimously agreed to write a letter to Greyhound in regards to their plans for reduced services. Kettle made the motion at the meeting, noting the City of Greenwood has already sent in a letter of concerns. “We’re sending a letter to Greyhound saying this is a concern for residents, including the Boundary, because on the weekends they will reduce services,” he said. “This raised some red flags because I think it’s the wrong thing to do. If they want more ridership, they should lower prices, not raise them.” Midway Director Marguerite Rotvold agreed, adding lack of accessibility was also an issue. “When you cut back on the number of trips, it also limits options for residents in the Bound-

Regional District of Kootenay Boundary board chair Larry Gray discusses possible addition of question period to the agenda in the Nov. 1 board of directors meeting at the Grand Forks RDKB office. Cassandra Chin Photo

ary to go east or west,” she said. “It’s an inconvenience to everybody.” The application suggests a reduced minimum route frequency between Kelowna and the Alberta Border and Hwy 3. Canada Post services to be cut in Beaverdell RDKB also agreed to write a letter to Canada Post in opposition to closing its services in Beaverdell on Saturdays. Rotvold added the decline of postal services in one small rural community would spread to other rural communities. “Because it’s not a designated federal post office, it’s easier to cut back hours there,” she said. “Our council in the past has been against any reduction in services.” Rossland Director Kathy Wallace did note that there are very few people who used the post office during Saturdays, though she is against the idea of loss of jobs. “There’s no business on that day,” she said. “But there should be other ways to attract customers into the business.” In a letter to the RDKB, Canada Post Beaverdell branch vice-president Carolyn Elliot explained that the Canadian Postmasters and Assistants Association (a bargaining agent that represents over 8,000 employees of Canada Post Corporation working in rural post offices) received notice that Canada Post Corporation is proposing a reduction of hours and would no longer offer Saturday service in Beaverdell.


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❚ Our View

Feds shouldn’t pay soldiers lip service Remembrance Day is set for this Sunday and there will be a ceremony at the cenotaph by Grand Forks City Hall to remember service people that have survived or have perished in war. Various politicians from the city and Regional District of Kootenay Boundary will be on hand. There will also be similar ceremonies in the province and nation’s capitals, with prominent politicians as well and in fact, Grand Forks’ Roxanne Priede has been selected by the Royal Canadian Legion as the National Memorial (Silver) Cross Mother and will be in Ottawa to partake in the Remembrance Day memorial. The various politicians will likely lay wreaths and may even say some words, “Lest we forget,” etc. But when you consider some of the recent moves by federal politicians, the words from the aforementioned will be merely lip service and veterans deserve so much more. The examples of this are plentiful. Prime Minister Stephen Harper is said to be increasing military spending but it seems veterans are getting the proverbial short end of the stick. According to reports, a federal fund intended to give poor veterans a dignified burial has rejected 20,147 of 29,853 requests for funding, or 67.4 per cent – failure to meet eligibility requirements or their qualifying veteran annual income was over $12,010 a year. Also, earlier in October, the federal government said it will cease to deduct veterans’ disability pensions from benefits for lost earnings and Canadian Forces income support. There have been reports of veteran disability benefits reduced as well. The number of Second World War vets is dwindling and with younger generations becoming older, the relevance and true importance of veterans and Remembrance Day may be on the wane but that doesn’t mean war vets – whether they served in the First, Second World Wars or more recently in Afghanistan – should see such disrespect. The phrase “War is Hell” has been tossed around often, especially at this time of year, and that is what people that have taken part in military action go through – one can only imagine killing another person or seeing one’s friends and acquaintances killed before their very eyes. Helping veterans of war cope with life after service and giving them a proper burial is the least we can do.

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In the span of 365 days, the calendar year is filled with multiple festivities ranging from family-fun gatherings to more sobering recollections of reminiscences. There is always at least one occasion per month that is looked upon with either joy or sadness, and in some cases, a whole month is dedicated to a certain cause. This Sunday, Nov. 11 marks another year of remembrance as red poppies are pinned to the lapels of coats. From the tragedy of the First World War to the Second, the nuclear tension of the Cold War and the Vietnam and Korean wars in between, there has been no shortage of violence over the last two centuries. The most recent clashes in Iraq and Afghanistan, followed again by the unrest in Syria, Libya and Egypt, have kept the

❚ A Chin Up

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news saturated with violence and political chaos. Though veterans from the first two world wars are no longer as prevalent as they have been in previous years, a younger generation (the peace keepers) can be seen joining the ranks. Though Remembrance Day is primarily focused on the disaster of the First and Second World Wars, it is also a day to reflect on those who have served the country past and present. I found out several years ago that my grandpa was conscripted into the Second

World War as a chef on board a navy vessel. At the time, he was a citizen of India and therefore by association under the British monarchy. Details are still sketchy, but from what records show, he spent three days on board before his ship was attacked. The ship ultimately sunk and he managed to get away with only the clothes on his back and breathe in his lungs. When the ship was attacked, my grandpa was in his bunk and not in the kitchens, and that alone may have been what saved his life. I am, of course, eternally grateful he survived, as I wouldn’t be around now if he hadn’t. It’s a close-up reminder that life is short and to count each breath as a blessing.

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Wearing white poppies Editor: Remembrance Day is approaching and once again, I find myself conflicted about wearing the poppy. To me, it says, “Never Again,” and the commemoration of the fact that humanity had learned the lesson of the futility and fruitlessness of warfare on Armistice Day, 1918. Unfortunately, the world has been at war pretty well every day ever since. I read that Canada has spent close to $1 billion moving our troops (who began as “peacekeepers,” but ended as warriors) back from one small section of the Mideast wars for oil and Israel, that of the Afghanistan Theatre. What the actual cost was for that ill-advised adventure will likely never be admitted, but the pointlessness of sustaining this loss is obvious – the cost benefit ratio was about infinity to zip! This puts me into conflict about wearing the poppy. I wear it every year but I fear that to many it says, “Yay, War!” The TV will show columns of gung-ho cadets, reservists, and regular troops parading about with much pomp and ceremony to stirring music, displaying their tools of war. Having been a part of such celebrations, as a cadet and reservist, I wondered how my statement, poppy and all, was being interpreted. Was I rooting for more war, or attending a sad funeral, one both for the sucked-in uniformed victims of the fallacy that peace comes from the barrel of a gun, and for the proportionately, many more victims of this sick thinking; the millions of innocent civilians murdered in the name of “peace?” So I was gratified to learn of the White Poppy Movement. The alternative, or complementary, white poppy is the

symbol of a worldwide “project which challenges the beliefs, values and institutions that make war inevitable, and presents an alternative view of security and how to achieve it without violence.” At last! A poppy I can fully believe in! This year, they’re being offered in a few cafes and stores here in Grand Forks, but I for one will be working hard to see them universally on offer for next year. Pete Snidal, Grand Forks

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Lest we forget

Editor: This poem was written by Nicholas Peters just after the outbreak of the Second World War. Peters emigrated from Russia in 1925 and had seen first-hand the horrors of revolution and war. He joined the Royal Canadian Air Force in 1942 and trained as a flying officer. He died in March of 1945, after his aircraft was hit by enemy fire. The poem is from a collection of Peters’ work entitled Another Morn. The Peters family has given permission to have the poem published. The Wars We Make I gaze into the world with sorrowing eyes And see the wide-abounding fruits of hate. We fight, we say, for peace, and find The wars we make To be a spring of hate and source of future wars. Is there no peace for man No hope that this accursed flow Of blood may cease Is this our destiny: to kill and maim For peace? Or is this `peace’ we strive to gain A thin unholy masquerade Which, when our pride, our greed, our gain is touched too far, Is shed, and stands uncovered what we are? Show me your light, O God That I may fight for peace with

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z OPINION peace And not with war; To prove my love with love, And hate no more! Some 20 years ago, my wife and I stood beside Peters’ grave in an allied war cemetery in Germany, with a huge sword on a cross backdrop, and, as I read the poem out loud, we grieved for him and the countless others buried there “row on row” in those graveyards of Europe. Quietly they lie now, sometimes friend and foe close together with so much of life still waiting to be lived. I dream of the day when all of us, governments included, will listen to this soldier’s plea. Stan Penner, Landmark Man.

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Remember the vets Editor: I am a member of The War Amps Operation Legacy, which consists of young members and graduates of the Child Amputee (CHAMP) program who are dedicated to preserving and commemorating Canada’s military heritage. I had the privilege to learn about Canada’s military heritage and also know what it is like to live without a limb – a strong bond that I share with war amputee veterans. CHAMP was started by war amputee veterans and I want to give back to those who have given me so much. It’s important to remember our veterans. The individuals that left their families and lives behind to fight for us and our country deserve more than just remembrance. The bravery, strength and courage it took is not something easily found. I give all my respect to our war veterans. I encourage all of you to learn more about Canada’s history by means of The War Amps Military Heritage Series documentaries, which can be ordered at waramps.ca. Kendra Blakely, Revelstoke, B.C.

SD51 connections

As I was reflecting on the work of the board and our staff for the past few months, it occurred to me just how connected we all are in the task of educating our students. Since just before school began in TERESA September, there have been numerREZANSOFF ous requests for feedback or support from education partners. The Ministry of Education has asked districts to assign a staff person(s) to initiatives such as ERASE Bullying, Changing Results for Young Readers and the Grad Requirements Dialogue. These initiatives have also involved requests for parent, public, trustee and general staff participation. Trustees have been asked to provide feedback to the auditor general of B.C. on a governance survey and to the BC School Trustees Association (BCSTA) on questions relating to the processes and structures related to teacher collective bargaining. None of this is especially different from past years, but it does serve to highlight the connections between the board of education and our co-governor of public education, the Ministry of Education and to our broader education partners, superintendents, principals and viceprincipals, teachers, parents, support staff, and students themselves. Together we all make up a support team working towards improving the success of kids. Examples of our connectedness include: • The Graduation Requirements Dialogue, which has involved all levels from school district staff to parents, trustees and community members and in a school near you soon. Students will be asked to directly contribute to what their graduation program should or could look like. • ERASE Bullying is a five-year, multi-level training program for 15,000 educators and community partners to help them identify and prevent bullying. • The BCSTA has circulated a set of questions on processes and structures related to teacher collective bargaining to all education partner associations and to every board in the province. The responses will be complied and will form the basis for a report back to the annual general meeting of the BCSTA in April. Additionally, because government has recently launched their own inquiry into issues related to collective bargaining with teachers, it will help to inform the directors of the BCSTA when they respond to the request for feedback from government. • The development of the Aboriginal Education Enhancement Agreement (the renewal of which was signed in June of this year) was an inclusive process that sought and received participation from many sources. • The District Achievement contract reflects emphasis from the Ministry of Education, the board itself and the broader Boundary community and is supported through the school growth plans in each of the schools in the school district. My point in relating all of this to you is to emphasize our connections to each other. None of us operate completely alone. Our work is inclusive and generally collaborative. While it may be true that we each have individual responsibility for various aspects of student success, in many seen and unseen ways we support each other. I believe this school district has done an excellent job of weaving together a network of support and connectedness that serves the needs of our students well. Does that mean we are perfect and there is no room for improvement? No, it doesn’t, but it does mean we are focused on a common goal of working towards improving success for all our students. That common goal is one of the things I value most about public education. – Teresa Rezansoff is chair for School District 51’s board of education

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Phoenix Foundation of the Boundary Communities 15th Anniversary Celebration Thursday, Nov. 8, 2012. 6:30 p.m. Refreshments and networking. 7:00 p.m. Keynote speaker. Located at Gallery 2 524 Central Ave. Grand Forks, BC. Tickets: $15 (waived on request) Available at: Thistle Pot Gifts, Huckleberry Market at Christina Lake.

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High Tea & AGM, Kettle River Museum Friday, Nov. 9, 2012 at the Kettle River Museum in Midway. Everyone Welcome. Hands-on display of recent donations to our collection. High Tea vintage dress is encouraged. Doors Open at 2:30 p.m. to renew or join. Membership is just $10 per year. Hope to see you then!

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Ten Thousand Villages Sale Saturday November 10th ~ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm Gospel Chapel - 7048 Donaldson Drive

Ten Thousand Villages provide vital, fair income to Third World people by marketing their handcrafts and telling their stories in North America. Your purchase makes a difference! Pioneer Clubs Bake Sale at the same time. Free Coffee.

Marge 250-442-3522 or Rae Salkeld 250-442-3333.

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Fowl Supper - Turkey Dinner with all the trimmings Saturday Nov. 10, 2012 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Adults $10, Children $5 Under 5 FREE. Holy Trinity Anglican Church, 7252 7th Street, Grand Forks, BC. For more information contact 250-442-5808 or 250-442-4206

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Computer classes in partnership with CBAL Pre-registration is required as Fabulous Fridays spaces are limited. At the GF LiNov. 9, 2012 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Come to the brary. Ongoing from Nov. 13 to Library and PLAY! Boardgames, chess, Xbox 360, Nov. 15. Tuesday, Nov. 13 “introcrafts and snacks. The Border Bruins will be comduction to the internet” 10 a.m. ing by to play with the Xbox. All ages welcome. 12 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 14 “Getting to know your computer” 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. “Working with photos” 2 - 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 15 “Using Facebook” 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. “Email for beginners” 2 - 4 p.m.

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Email your event to production@grandforksgazette.ca with the words “Event Listing” in the subject line; You can also mail it to Box 700, Grand Forks, B.C. V0H 1H0 or drop it off at our office at 7255 Riverside Drive – please mark clearly “Event Listing”

BULLETIN BOARD Kettle River Museum Open daily in July/August: 10am to 4:30pm. May, June & September: Friday - Monday. Bring your kids and visitors! Step back in time and tour our heritage KVR station, climb aboard our last caboose, the 1930’s Massey-Harris tractor, or our rare 1950’s Austin fire truck. General Admission $3. Free admission for children under 12. Grand Forks Seniors Center Activites Branch 68 City Park. Monday + Thursday: Cribbage 1:30 p.m. Tuesday: Arts/Crafts/ Quilters 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Wednesday: Whist 1:30 p.m. Monday + Wednesday (Sept. - May): Carpet Bowling 9:00 a.m. Thursday: Choir 9:30 a.m. Centre can be rented anytime. Rates are reasonable. Phone Yvonne Tedesco 250-442-3036. Canadian Red Cross Health Equipment Loan Programme (HELP) The Grand Forks-Boundary Depot of the Canadian Red Cross Health Equipment Loan

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Programme (HELP) is located in the lower level of the Boundary Hospital. We are open Monday, Wednesday and Friday 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. Referral from a health care provider is required before equipment is provided. Call 250-442-2608 for more information. Boundary Museum We are now closed for the season. Please call Lawrence at 250-666-0565 and we will be happy to book an appointment to open for you and your guests. OPT (Planned Parenthood) Midway Call Julie 250-449-2887 for more info. Community Archives Open Tuesday to Thursday in the basement of City Hall. Please call 250-442-8266 and ask Sue in the Archives and she will assist you. 2nd Monday Every Month • Grand Forks Hospital Auxiliary meets in the Hospital Board Room at 2 p.m. New members are welcome. For info call 250442-0323 or 250-442-8755. 3rd Monday Every Month • The monthly general meeting of the Royal Canadian Legion is held at 7 p.m. at the Legion Hall. Lounge open daily at 2:30 p.m. Everyone welcome.

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• Blessings Boutique from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Free lunch, Gospel Chapel. Contact Karen at 250-443-1295. • Caregivers Alzheimer/Dementia Support Group meets every 3rd Monday of the month from 7 to 9pm. There is an exception for the month of August meets at 5pm instead. For additional information contact Frani at 250-442-5320. 1st Tuesday Every Month • The Discover Rock Creek Society meets in the West Boundary Elementary School Library from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend our meetings. • Grand Forks Elks #493 meet at 7:00 p.m. at the Slavonic Hall at 686-72nd Ave in Grand Forks (except for July & August), effective Feb. 1st. New members and volunteers are welcome. Contact Larry Jmaiff 250-442-2856; Roy Stevenson 250442-5260 or Shawna Schuh 250-442-4276. For more info: www.elks-canada.org. We look forward to participating in fundraisers for the Elks and Royal Purple Fund for Children and opportunities to socialize with members, guests and the community. • Grand Forks Search & Rescue meets at 6:30 p.m. at Nursery Fire Hall. New members welcome. Call Barry at 250-442-5818 for more information. • A spiritual study group, called a Satsang, meets in the Grand Forks Public Library meeting room from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. For

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How to avoid Fraud and Scams Learn @ Lunch with Sally Caisley. Friday, Nov. 16. At the GF Library. 12:30 -1:30 p.m.

Christina Lake Arts & Artisans Society Fundraising Event: Chocolate & Champagne Friday, Nov. 16 at 6 p.m. Tickets: $20 in advance or $25 at the door. Located at the Christina Lake Welcome Centre.

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Christina Lake Health Auxiliary Tea Saturday, Nov. 17 from 2 - 4 p.m. by donation. Raising money to support health facilities at CLWC.

The Grand Forks Gazette regrets that there may not be room to publish every item every week; priority will be given to new and timely items. The Gazette also cannot accept annual general meeting notices in “Out and About”. Highlights – Non-profit organizations, book early for this FREE spot. Bookings fill up fast! Phone the Gazette to book your spot – call 250-442-2191.

further information on HUMUH, check our website: www.humuh.org, or call 1-800336-6015. Everyone welcome. Admission free; donations welcome. Every 2nd Tuesday • Granby Wilderness Society meets at 7 p.m. at Boundary Museum (6145 Reservoir Rd). Contact 250-442-7733. 1st Wednesday Every Month • In the Company of Friends is a support group for parents/guardians who are raising children with special needs. We meet from 7-9 p.m. at the Glanville Centre, 1200 Central Avenue. Childcare is available onsite, as well as snacks and refreshments. For more information contact Angela at ampopoff@ telus.net or call 250-442-0833. • Genealogy group meets at the Grand Forks Public Library at 10:00am. Join others to research your family roots. 2nd Wednesday Every Month • Evangeline Chapter No. 31 Order of the Eastern Star meets in the Masonic Hall at 7:30 p.m. • North Fork Community Club meets at the hall (except July and August). 2nd & 4th Wednesday Every Month • The Rumplestiltskein Fibre Arts Guild of Rock Creek meets. Phone 250-446-2431 or 250-446-2406 for more information. 2nd Thursday Every Month • Grand Forks Garden Club meets at the public library at 7 p.m. New members

welcome. Contact Cheryl Ahrens at 250442-2666 for details. • Pot-luck is held at the Seniors’ Hall in Grand Forks City Park at 12:00 p.m. 2nd Friday of the Month • The Grand Forks Wildlife Association meets at the Wildlife Hall at 7 p.m. Members and new members welcome memberships can be purchased from Peter at the Wildlife Hall. • B.C. Retired Government Employees Association Branch 400 Grand Forks holds a luncheon meeting each month except July and August. All B.C. government retired employees are welcome. For information and location call 250-442-5783. 3rd Saturday of the Month • Seniors are welcome at 686 72nd Ave. on the third Saturday of the month (except for December). We have a potluck lunch at 12:30 p.m. at the Grand Forks Slavonic Centre. Bring your favourite dish or donation of $6. New members/guests are welcome! Fellowship, card games, shuffleboard, pool, etc., after the meal. For more information call Elizabeth/John at 250-4422609 or Pauline at 250-442-3440. 1st and 3rd Sunday of the Month • The Grand Forks Trap Club meets at 10 a.m. at the Wildlife Range. For more information call 250-442-8424.

Businesses interested in participating, call or email Angela for details 250-442-2191 ext. 203 sales@grandforksgazette.ca


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Mo-men From left: Todd Benson, Gary Babin and Graeme Carlson are three of 13 Grand Forks men participating in this year’s Movember event. Men will grow moustaches throughout the month of November to raise awareness about prostate cancer and male mental health issues and will make donations as well. SUBMITTED PHOTO

❚ WILDLIFE

BANAC offers help for deer control

CASSANDRA CHIN Gazette Reporter

The Boundary All Nations Aboriginal Council (BANAC) has offered assistance to the Grand Forks deer committee with possible solutions to the deer issue in the city. Should the city decide to proceed with a cull, BANAC has offered to do the cull and then use the meat, skins, bones, hooves and antlers for cultural purposes. If the city decides to relocate the deer or proceed with targeted fencing, the group would also like to take part. Danny Williamson, vice-president of BANAC and president of the local Métis Association, noted they are still in the process of discussing everything at the deer meetings. “We’re thinking that if there may be a cull then maybe we can get in and get the meat, the hides and use them instead of dumping them,” he explained. Williamson noted that should BANAC be involved in the cull, every

part of the deer would be used. “The Aboriginal people would use the meat, the hide, the antlers and every other piece they possibly can and put it to good use,” he said. “It’s part of our heritage and culture.” The hide would be used to create drums, the hooves would be used as clackers on traditional dance outfits, and the antlers can be made into buttons as well. “If there’s a relocation, we’d like to be a part of that too, but it’s hard to relocate deer because they end up getting injured and it’s probably not a good idea to go in that direction,” he said. “There is also the issue of fencing areas around the city that is being discussed. Nothing has been decided, and it doesn’t sound like anything will be decided in the near future.” A recent deer count in September has shown that the number of deer within the city has stabilized back to 2008 levels. There are currently around 154 deer living within the Grand Forks city lim-

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its, down from last year’s 179. In 2007, the September count showed 131 deer and in 2008, there was 156 deer. In 2009, there was a count of 205 deer but the count was completed in early October, as opposed to the usual count taken in September. In 2010, there was 174 deer. Williamson pointed out that BANAC hopes to be able to offer a viable alternative to any of the solutions. “I do think the (deer committee) meetings are great because they have scientists, and hunters, and a number of people across the board who have various input on the topic,” he said. “There are people who are tracking numbers and looking at figures and they want everybody to be on board before a decision is made. It should give people in the community some peace of mind to know that the decision will not be made lightly and a lot of work is being done.” The next deer committee meeting will be on Nov. 20 at the Grand Forks Regional District of Kootenay Boundary office’s board room.

Thank you for making the Rotary bonfire and fireworks a roaring success. Your continued support with our fundraising makes all things possible. Abetkoff Farms

Hairworx

Regional District Area D

ABH Car Sales

Harry Sanai Ent.

RHC Insurance

Advance Orchards

Hoefsloet Surveys

Rilkoff’s General Store

Argosy Construction

His ‘n Her Fashions

Roxul Inc.

B&F Sales & Service

Heather’s Hobbies

Rumours Family Restaurant

Body & Soul

Home Bldg Centre

Sears Grand Forks

Boundary Electric

Home Hardware Downtown

Select Office Products Supply

Border Country Realty

Imperial Motel

The Source

Borscht Bowl

Interfor Industries

Station Pub

Bron & Sons

Irene Perepolkin (Area D)

Sun-Lite Travel

Buy-Low Foods

Johnny’s Motel

Tastee Treet

Campo d’Aglio

K-D Computers

Thistle Pot Gifts

Castle Building Supplies

Kemp Harvey Burch

Tool Time

Chain Reaction

Klassen, Rob CFP

Value Drug Mart

Connect Hearing

Leanne’s Hair Studio

Western Traveller Motel

Dave Dale Insurance

Leroy Optical

What About Bob’s

Dairy Queen

Louise Courier Notary

Work N Play

Davis Block (Clint)

Ludowitz

Doug Mitchell (PetroCan)

Lyssa’s Hair Studio

A big Thank You also to:

Extra Foods

Morrissey Creek

City for providing the wood

Flexus Body Systems

Naylor, Dr.

Myrna the Fortune Teller

FortisBC

Nick’s Feeds

Border Bruins

GF Bottle Depot

New West Trading

Rotary Volunteers

GF Flooring

OK Tire

GF Community Futures

Omega Restuarant

All those who donated by purchasing a “Donation Card”

GF Credit Union

Overwaitea

GF Gazette

Petrocan

GF Glass

Pharmasave

GF Realty

Ramada Express

Gilley’s Family Restaurant

Redi Mix

Hall, Wayne & Bonnie

Redi Electric

Special Olympic FUNdamentals program is resuming this fall. It is a family centered program targeting young athletes with intellectual disabilities ages 2-11. this is an introduction to sport related motor skills and provides continued education surrounding nutrition. The program acts as an introduction for participants and family/caregivers to the sporting opportunities and resources provided by Special Olympics.

Registration: Sat Nov. 17, 2012, 10:00 am Grand Forks Recreation Centre, Lower Meeting Room for more information contact Tammy @ 250-442-3110

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There is so much going on all the time, I just feel overwhelmed sometimes and can’t relax. Then, I get a cold or flu to top it all off! Any suggestions that aren’t habit forming or destructive?

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Yes, everyone feels a bit like this sometimes. A frantic pace seems to manifest quite often. Making sure to address the body/mind/spirit, as a whole unit is very helpful. We lower our white blood cell count by stressing out and this can compromise our immunity. This time of year we have less Sun exposure, so less vitamin D. This adds to stress & lower immunity. Being more sedentary is also a factor in stress and lowered immunity. Countless responsibilities that weigh on our thoughts, lower our resiliency and immunity. Poor food choices also cause stress for the whole body. Temporary, minor stress is not harmful and most of us are able to deal with it well. In contrast, prolonged daily minor stresses accumulate and become as damaging as severe stressful events, even going as far as damaging physical, emotional and mental health. SO! What to do? Common sense solutions can help~ Stay hydrated throughout the day! Drink plenty of water, cut down on caffeine. Increase your antioxidants with plenty of veggies and seasonal fruits. Cut down or eliminate red meat- it is often difficult to digest and stresses the system. Regular exercise (walking is great) helps to calm oneself. Washing your hands frequently is a must. Making a 15 minute “me” time, for meditating, doing breathing exercises or stretching is a remarkable tool for enhancing immunity and restoring a calm life (work up to 30 minutes). Reiki, which is an ancient form of Japanese energy healing, is powerful yet gentle, non-invasive and can assist the body to return to balance and promote health and well-being by increasing the levels of life force energy in the body. Making sure you take B vitamins, extra Vitamin C and L-Theanine. L-Theanine is an amino acid, has proven to calm the mind, reduce stress and aid in sleep. Asking for guidance from a Certified Natural Products Advisor on which supplements are for enhancing immunity and reducing stress is a good idea. There are MANY options available for dealing with and working through the stress in our lives. At New West Trading Co.’85, we offer a helping hand to find the best choices for YOU! We KNOW our products! Reiki services from our Reiki Master, can be arranged by mid-month! Let us help you wind down and become healthier! Healthy Alternatives for over 28 years In Grand Forks!

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EMPLOYMENT

How to have a successful job interview Black Press

When searching for a job and gaining an interview, there are a number of things you should keep in mind. According to Dylan Zorn, employment services CASE manager for Community Futures Boundary, the big rule of thumb is to check out the company you are applying for either through online research or through an informational interview, where you interview the employer. “Find out what they do, what services they provide or what products they sell. The first question I always ask as an interviewer is, ‘What do you know about our company?’” Wendy McCulloch, GM of Community Futures Boundary, recommends that people also know what job they are applying for. “Sometimes there are a number of jobs available and you will be asked, ‘What job are you here for?’ You may also find yourself walking into a room with three or four people who are part of an interview team. When they call for the interview, ask them if it is a panel interview,” McCulloch advises, adding it’s all part of the preparation. Here are some other tips: 1. Dress for success. Professional business clothes are always appropriate, regardless of the type of job you are interviewing for. Proper hygiene and a tidy appearance are important. Iron your clothes if you can and never wear strong perfumes or colognes. “Most offices

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Do your research before a job interview say Dylan Zorn (left) and Wendy McCulloch of Community Futures Boundary. Karl Yu Photo

do not allow scents in the workplace,” explains Zorn. “If you have facial piercings and tattoos, take them out or cover them up before the interview. Ask what the company policy is around these lifestyle choices,” he says. 2. Be there on time. Try to arrive five or 10 minutes early to be safe. Find out ahead of time where you’re going and how long it will take to get there. Drive or travel the route a day or two ahead, at the same time of day as you will on the day of the interview. Have a back-up plan. 3. Let your personality shine. If you’re excited about the job, don’t be afraid to show it. Employers want passionate employees, so be yourself. Just remember to always keep it professional.

4. Be confident. Feeling nervous in an interview is perfectly normal; just don’t let your nerves overpower your interview. Eye contact and a calm, clear speaking voice are excellent ways to show your confidence. 5. Watch your body language. During your interview, relax and sit naturally, but don’t slouch in your chair or lean on the interviewer’s desk. Avoid chewing gum, or fidgeting with jewelry or your hair. 6. Be professional. This begins with a smile and a firm handshake. Remember, this is your first introduction to the organization, so be polite to everyone you meet and turn off your cell phone. 7. Listen and ask for clarification, if you need it. Remember to listen

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carefully to the interview questions so that you actually answer the question, and never interrupt. If you don’t understand something, don’t be afraid to ask for clarification. Let them know what you have to offer. When answering the questions, let the employer see what you have to offer their organization. Talk about your past experiences and accomplishments without bragging, and tie those experiences to how they can help you contribute to their organization. Think before you speak. Although you want to be open and honest in your interview, avoid talking about your personal or financial problems. Don’t linger. Leave as soon as the interview is over, making sure you don’t linger. Shake the interviewer’s hand again, restate your interest in working for the organization, and thank them for the interview. Zorn says it’s also good to bring a portfolio. “Bring one and make sure it’s current and includes a photo,” he says. Having questions is also good according to Zorn. “Have a list of potential questions for or about the company, i.e. ‘What are your hours, are there benefits, is there flex time?’” Informational Interviews can be done prior to the actual interview or applying for the job says Zorn.


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Reminiscences by Cassandra Chin

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Kay McCaffrey

Founded in 1926, the Grand Forks Royal Canadian Legion has continued to hold a strong community presence within the city. Kay McCaffrey originally moved to Grand Forks in 1972 then returned in 1984. She joined the Grand Forks Royal Canadian Legion Branch #59 in 1985, though her husband William McCaffrey, a veteran of the Second World War, was previously a member. Though she and her husband met years after the war ended, McCaffrey noted that when he joined, it was instinctual she join as well. “I grew up in war time but not with a military family but there were a lot of restrictions,” explained McCaffrey of where she grew up. “I can remember them training in Winnipeg and the sky would be full of Lancaster Bombers because there was a training centre near there. But you grew up and you volunteered to help.”

people and it’s a fraternity, it’s a fellowship and it’s Remembrance Day is a vital part of history and friends.” something that shouldn’t be forgotten because of Marjorie Bannert, another member of LA who also how horrible war is, McCaffrey added. met her husband Wilbur after the war, agreed. “There’s really no winner, and people should learn “We never refuse a banquet of a veteran – never,” to get along, not fight. There are no winners in war, Bannert stated. “I’ve been quite active until I fell ever,” she said. “I don’t know what it proves, but and broke my hip and then I was out for four or five there have been wars since day one.” months, but I’m right back in it again. We’ve done Bannert added the day is to thank the men and just about everything at the legion.” women who went, and continue to go, overseas servBorn in 1927, Bannert moved to Grand Forks in ing for Canada. 1946 shortly after marrying her husband. She recalls “It’s important to remember because those previbusy days handing out poppies and long hours pre- ous wars were the ones our husbands, uncles, brothparing in the legion’s kitchen. ers and family were in it,” Bannert said. “I made the tea, the coffee, and the hot chocolate Bannert noted her attendance at Strathcona School for the Boy Scouts and Girl Guides,” she said. “We in Vancouver growing up where two thirds of the would refill the baskets with poppies for them to take school were Asian, a mix of Japanese and Chinese back out, and then you’d have to keep time of who- students. ever was out with the poppies.” “The other third were Italians, Jewish, Russian, At that time, Bannert recalled com- Swedes,” she said. “When we went to school in Grade ing home late from the legion smelling 1, most of the Orientals couldn’t speak english, but of smoke and having to air out her jacket we all got along so great.” outside. When the war started, Bannert explained that evEvery spring the Ladies Auxiliary from erything changed. various legion branches will meet up for a “The Japanese people that were our friends and fun day. neighbours – one Japanese lady taught me how to “The bowlers would bowl, the card knit, and another Chinese family taught me how to players would play cards and we’d fill up cook traditional Chinese meals – some were taken a bus, and spend a day with all the other away and I’ve never heard from them since,” she LA’s,” Bannert said. “It’s a good chance to pointed out. “It was a lost friendship.” meet other ladies from surrounding comThough she was not involved directly in the war, munities.” McCaffrey pointed out that war affects everybody. She recalled that long before the Grand “We experienced it through people we knew, and Forks legion took over the legion hall, it the people who didn’t come back.,” McCaffrey said. used to be a church. “You go through so much. There were a pair of twin “Once the second floor was put in, boys who went to high school before me and they nights were spent dancing on the second didn’t come back.” floor and the building would bounce. The Where the Royal Canadian Legion was once foMcCaffrey’s husband, Bill (left) and downstairs was used as the banquet area, cused on those who provided military service to the Aileen Graser at the cenotaph during but the upstairs was for dancing,” she not- country, membership is now open to any interested Remembrance Day service on Nov. 11, 1987. ed. “The building would bounce up and persons. down. It was so full that you could hardly “We do want young people to become active in the As a part of the legion, McCaffrey is an associate dance because of the people. Everybody figured we club, not just seniors,” concluded Bannert. member, because her husband was a veteran. would go through the floor; luckily that didn’t hapWithin the legion there are various forms of mem- pen.” bership, from an ordinary member to associate to afThrough recent Sunfiliate. There is also the Ladies Auxiliary (LA) group day night dinners and within the legion. dances, the legion is able The LA originally comprised of mothers, wives to support its own exand daughters of legion members but is now open to penses. McCaffrey pointwomen in the community. The auxiliary supports the ed out that lottery funds, legion through financial and volunteer support to the raised through meat branch and its various programs. draws and bingo nights, She pointed out that the ladies at the legion do a goes into supporting lot of work in the background. many youth groups in the “The women are there to help serve the sandwich- community, from hockey es and with the catering for the funerals,” she said. teams to swim clubs. “Often when the hall is rented, the LA will do the ca“The funds from Bingo tering, and during Nov. 11, the women are there to and our meat draws go help organize and get everything set up.” back to the community, The legion itself is a fraternity and fellowship, which is where we get the where there is common bond like many other organi- money to give donations zations, McCaffrey added. Catering done by the LA to community youth is also focused on family-style dinners where people groups and organizahelp themselves, from banquets for funerals and me- tions,” she said. “Not only morials, to the Boy Scout and Girl Guide dinners. do we serve the veterans, “If the LA had a bake sale, I would bring in some the legion also gives back baking because you support each other,” she said. “I to the local community. go into the legion often and I have coffee but there’s It’s an important asset to Marjorie Bannert and Kay McCaffrey recall time spent at always somebody to chat with. You know most of the everybody.”

the Grand Forks Royal Canadian Legion.

Royal Canadian Br. 59

Remembrance Day

10:45 am – Parade assembly at the Legion parking lot 11:00 am – Service at the cenotaph (laying of wreaths) 12:00 noon – Sandwiches at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 59

We will Remember Them

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 11 Afternoon of comradeship & sing-along


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REMEMBRANCE DAY z WAR MEMORIAL

Priede named National Memorial (Silver) Cross Mother by legion

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Grand Forks’ Roxanne Priede is this year’s National Memorial (Silver) Cross Mother and will lay a wreath at the war memorial in Ottawa on Remembrance Day. Priede was named last Thursday by the Royal Canadian Legion and is mother of Master Corporal Darrell J. Priede, who died in Afghanistan in 2007. Each year, the Royal Canadian Legion selects a mother to lay a wreath at the National War Memorial on behalf of mothers who have lost children in the military, either in action or in the course of normal duty. She said that the event is going to be nerve-wracking and emotional. “It’s sad but an honour as well, of course representing my son and also to be able to stand and represent all mothers in Canada that have lost sons or daughters in the military,” Priede told the Grand Forks Gazette. Roxanne Priede lost her son in a Chinook helicopter crash on May 20, 2007 – Darrell was serving as an imagery technician and she said he was a vibrant man. “Darrell was just an amazing son,” Roxanne explained. “He was very fun-loving, always smiling, always ready for a joke, he was also very quiet. He stood back in the corner sometimes, listening and learning. He loved to travel, he enjoyed life to the fullest.” Priede went on to say that Darrell was also a loving husband and great brother. While the announcement was made last week, Priede has known for some time about being this year’s National Memorial (Silver) Cross mother. “I received a phone call on May 1, I believe,” she recollected. “There’s a committee that looks over who they want for Silver Cross mother so they called me and asked me if I would consider being Silver Cross mother and of course, in the blink of an eye, I was ready to say, ‘Yes,’ but

Grand Forks’ Roxanne Priede has been named National Memorial (Silver) Cross Mother by the Royal Canadian Legion. Karl Yu Photo

he said, ‘No, I’m going to give you the weekend to think it through and I want you to think about this. You need to do a bit of travelling and (you’ll) be representing mothers of Canada for the full year, so you need to be sure that it’s something you’d like to do.’ There wasn’t a moment that I thought I would decline it because it’s an amazing honour.” Priede will head to Ottawa with husband John and will receive a gold enameled legion crest in a shadow box at a luncheon on Nov. 10 at the Fairmont Chateau Laurier in Ottawa. The black train bridge in Grand Forks was renamed the Darrell J. Priede bridge back in May of 2011 in honour of Darrell.

In Flanders Fields In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row, That mark our place; and in the sky The larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce heard amid the guns below. We are the Dead. Short days ago We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow, Loved, and were loved, and now we lie In Flanders fields.

Take up our quarrel with the foe: To you from failing hands we throw The torch; be yours to hold it high. If ye break faith with us who die We shall not sleep, though poppies grow In Flanders fields. - John McCrae

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Man from England helps restore Grand Forks vets’ gravestone

KARL YU

Gazette Editor

While Philip Morris, a man from Shrewsbury, England, has never been to Grand Forks before, his interest in the First World War has linked him to the city. He has been fascinated with the First World War since childhood, and it was because of this that he came across the story of a Grand Forks resident, Alfred Gyde Heaven. Alfred Heaven According to the April 28, 1917 edition of the Grand Forks Gazette, Heaven, 18 years of age, died of wounds sustained in the war on April 21, 1917. “In Loving Memory of Cpl. Alfred Gyde Heaven MM. of Grand Forks B.C. Born at Oakville, Ontario, Canada April 1st 1899. Died of Wounds April 21st 1917. Received at Vimy Ridge France,” is what is engraved on the headstone where he is buried. “The grave of (Heaven) came to my attention some years ago while I was researching Shropshire soldiers who died of wounds or disease, and are buried in the Shrewsbury General cemetery,” explained Morris from his home in England in August of 2010. “When I came across (his) grave, I could not believe how run down and neglected it was, at that first instance I cleaned what I could from his grave which was mostly overgrown weeds.” Thanks in part to the work of Morris, the gravestone has since been replaced. Based on information from a number of sources, including Brian Grey of the Boundary Historical Society (BHS), Morris was able to learn a lot. Standing 5’ 7” with dark complexion, blue eyes and dark brown hair and the son of Claude and Ellen Heaven, farmers from Grand Forks, Heaven enlisted with the 102nd Canadian Infantry on Jan. 26, 1916 after lying about his age; he said he was 18 years old when in fact, he was only 16. After initial training, he and his battalion left for Liverpool, England aboard the S.S. Empress of Britain on June 20, 1916 and they arrived at their destination some eight days later. He was sent to France, arriving at Le Havre on Aug. 28, and after fighting at Ypres for some months, he was promoted to Lance Corporal on Nov. 6. After fighting on the Somme sector five days later, he was awarded the military medal for, “gallant conduct and remarkable ability and powers of command” amongst other things. A promotion to full corporal came on Jan. 17, 1917 and on April 9, he and the 102nd battalion took part in the battle at Vimy Ridge where Heaven suffered some major injuries. “It was during this action that Cpl. Heaven was seriously wounded in the jaw and face, this was a costly af-

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fair for the 102nd Battalion as they suffered over 300 casualties killed, wounded and missing,” Morris said. After being sent to the Berrington War Hospital in Shrewsbury, where he arrived on April 19, he was found to be in serious condition and died of his wounds two days later at the age of 18. There was a ceremony of remembrance for Heaven in Shrewsbury on Sept. 22. Morris laid a wreath on behalf of the City of Grand Forks and Heaven’s name is on the cenotaph at Grand Forks City Hall. – With files from the Aug. 13, 2010 issue of the Boundary Advertiser.

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your concerns heard. Refreshments will be provided! • From Nov. 15 to 30, you are welcome to come by the library and donate canned goods in exchange for having your overdue fines eliminated. Also, we will be offering a series of free, basic computer workshops at the library, in partnership with the Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy (CBAL). Call to register as space is limited. • Nov. 13 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., “Introduction to Using the Internet” • Nov. 14 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., “Getting to Know Your Computer”

• Nov. 14 from 2 to 5 p.m., “Working with Photos” • Nov. 15 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., “Using Facebook” • Nov. 15 from 2 to 4 p.m., “Email for Beginners” And lastly, you’ve probably been hearing about the new movie, Cloud Atlas. It was, as usual, a book before it was a movie, and a fantastic one at that, so come by to check it out. The author’s name is David Mitchell, and he’s a UK writer who has written a number of other books, all of which live here at the library. Happy Reading! – Avi Silberstein is library director of the Grand Forks library

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Dalziel named CAO for the City of Greenwood present. He has been the treasurer of the Boundary Artisan Association, the vice-president of the Grand Forks Farmers’ Market Association and treasurer of the Greenwood and District Public Library. Dalziel has worked with many local groups and associations in the Boundary area and looks forward to working with Greenwood city council.

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slash piles, with the long-term goal of conducting open burns to maintain the grassland. The GFWA contributed this labour as part of a larger ecosystem restoration project under the authority of local Ministry of Lands, Forests, and Natural Resource Operations’ staff and funded through a grant from the Habitat Conservation Trust Fund. The Volcanic Creek area is one of several areas in the Boundary that have been identified for assessment and treatment over the three-year term of the grant. Many members of the group feel that deer populations (particularly mule deer) in our area have declined precipitously over the last 15 years and helping to improve habitat is one way of stemming that decline. A second cutting and piling exercise is planned for the early spring. The Grand Forks Wildlife Association is a group of hunters and fishers who are concerned with wildlife conservation and encouraging outdoor recreation for all ages.

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Phoenix Foundation turns 15

CASSANDRA CHIN Gazette Reporter

The Phoenix Foundation of the Boundary Communities will be celebrating its 15th anniversary tomorrow (Nov. 8). Established in 1997, the foundation was created by a group of community people who saw a need to fill the gap in funding for community organizations. Executive director Mona Mattei noted that the Boundary region is quite small when compared to other regions in the province. “Whenever a local non-profit organization applies for a grant, they’re always competing against huge organizations and huge numbers of organizations if they are applying for a provincial or federal funding,” she said. “What they were seeing is that small community organizations were not getting the funding support that they need.” The aim of the Phoenix Foundation is to hold money in an endowment fund that is held in perpetuity, meaning the money is never taken out of the bank and that everything is done through donations and corporate sponsors. “Investment funds will then invest the money on behalf of the community and manage that investment,” Mattei said. “Every year we take the returns from that investment and give it back to the community. It allows for small level grants right across the region to support the work that they do.” Mattei pointed out that the Phoenix Foundation is a success story in Canada. “We’re the little foundation that

could,” she said. “We have one of the The Phoenix Foundation will be highest per population rates of donation hosting their annual social to celebrate of any community foundation in Cana- their 15th anniversary tomorrow night da and our community has been incred- at Gallery 2 starting at 6:30 p.m. A preibly supportive. ” sentation from the Hope Lady, Wendy Over the past 15 years, the Phoenix Edey, will begin at 7 p.m. Foundation has given $800,000 back to For more information, visit phoenixthe community through grants from foundation.net. their investment funds and hosting bursary funding. Bursary funding is when grants enter the community but need to be GRAND FORKS INTERNATIONAL housed somewhere before it can (2001) SOCIETY be given to its recipients. Board chair Christine Thompson noted some organizations that have received grants include ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING DATE: Thursday, November 15, 2012 Gallery 2, Boundary Restorative Location: Room #8, Selkirk College Justice, and the Boundary Com486 72nd Ave., Grand Forks, BC munity Food Bank. Time: 7:00 p.m. “Along with the many organiMemberships are $5.00 at the door zations, graduating students also benefit from scholarships,” she said. “We want to continue to grow our funds and we certainly welcome anyone in the commuIntroducing a New Skin nity who would like to donate to Regime for Hyperpigmentation from the foundation. It’s a way to benÉminence efit the community.” Mattei pointed out this year focused on re-establishing the group’s board, but next year will be a more strategic year that will establish everyone’s role. Dark spots be gone with Bright Skin, our “We want to continue to work newest treatment for uneven skin tone! with our corporate sponsors and to develop their involvement in our foundation,” Mattei con250-442-3698 cluded. “We look forward to in222 Market Ave. Grand Forks creasing our investment abilities www.polishedpampered.wordpress.com to help the community.”

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Grand Forks Youth Activities Grand Forks is committed to providing its offers Canadian youth a variety of interesting to be bored most often it is just a lack of youth with a variety of programs and activities to and challenging activities and develops in youth motivation, the more you push yourself to get keep active and entertained for each season. After an increased level of self-confidence, self-esteem up and out to join in on the fun, the more likely school or weekend sports and activities help kids and self-awareness. Cadets are encouraged to you are to enjoy it and look forward to the next and teens succeed a level of fitness and health, become active, responsible members of their game, meeting or unexpected adventure! they learn and grow as people, acquire skills in communities. teamwork, communicating and leadership. Winter can be a challenging time Our community may not have as much to for sure but we are very lucky in offer as the bigger centers, but what we do have this neck of the woods to have an is often at low cost or free. Grand Forks has a big awesome ski hill, great trails for cross and beautiful Aquatic Centre, one of the finest country skiing, some of the very best around and offers public swimming, swim lessons tobogganing hills. We have a terrific, and is also the home of the Piranha’s Swim Team. well-equipped recreation centre, a Public skating at the Grand Forks Arena is always movie theater that keeps up to date a fun way to get out, meet up with friends and with the latest movies, bowling, sports get some exercise all at the same time! Curling teams and numerous clubs and youth at the Grand Forks Curling club is a very popular groups. There is never a “real” reason sport in our city; we have boasted some of the best th youth teams. It is always good to get a young start at any sport but curling GAMES is one of those real time CKS $ SNA 2 Admission Fee sports that you can join at any age and it can MOVIE become as addicting as a All Youth video game. Grades 7 & Up Many of our area Welcome churches offer youth groups and activities all year round, open to all age groups. There are a range of activities offered by youth group pastors ranging from bible studSponsored by: th ies, movies, games and camps. The River Valley It’s O.K to play @ GFREC Community Church has Pop donated by: Pizza donated by: a youth group that meets every Friday evening that is definitely worth checking out. RESTAURANT 250-442-3124 • 7400 Hwy 3 The 841 Boundary Squadron Air Cadets is Thank you Andre & Mike Contact Pastor Gabe a dynamic, structured youth program that 250-442-8456

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Christy Luke (left) and Denise Poupard take a break from cross-country skiing. The Phoenix CrossCountry Ski Society will be holding its AGM on Nov. 10 at the BCCRR building in Grand Forks.

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From its humble beginnings in the swamps and bogs of Asia, the ski has risen to noble heights. I cross-country (Nordic) ski; I’m not particularly good at it but that’s just the thing, you don’t have to be. No matter your level, from novice to black diamond ice and powder buster, the benefits of the sport are numerous. Nordic skiing is a low impact, total body workout with numerous health benefits, including being the ultimate calorie burner and an exceptional cardio exercise. It also rewards the skier with a pretty fine endorphin high. Sure, that is stock information, so how about this? Nordic skiing is, what I consider, a foundation sport, one that the whole family can enjoy together. From it people derive balance, strength, endurance and co-ordination, and who could put a value on quality family time on a groomer or in the trees? Nordic skiing is available to everyone regardless of age, with somewhat normal mobility. The low impact nature of the sport makes it ideal for good joint health and the equipment, compared to some other sports, is relatively economical, especially if you have kids. As a matter of fact I can’t measure the amount of pleasure I’ve gotten from a pair of skis I picked up for 10 bucks at a yard sale. Don’t skimp on the footwear. Local rental is available as well, with reasonable season rates. We are fortunate, that within an easy drive, we have access to very good trails and some ex-

hilarating off piste (no trail) adventures. Some Nordic hounds even seek the full moon experience, likening it to “skiing through diamonds.” Sometimes on a backwoods, moonlit night, those are howls of joy, not wolves or coyotes. A short drive from Grand Forks and Greenwood is the Marshall Lake trail system, maintained by the Phoenix Cross Country Ski Society. The last couple of years have seen improvements to the trail system so that there is more comfortable access for those breaking into the sport, including the installation of Graham Loop, close to the parking lot. A short ski in from the parking lot is the dacha, a sizable hut with a stove, chairs, table – a sweet little hangout for a warm, dry rest and good snack and chocolate is OK since you’ll be burning it off anyway. This Saturday (Nov. 10), the society will be holding its AGM. There will be snacks and non-alcoholic beverages and anyone purchasing a $10 season membership will be eligible to win a light, flashy sport vest. The meeting will be at 7 p.m. at the BCCRR building (next to Panago in Grand Forks). You are welcome to join us for banter and maybe even a lie or two concerning personal skiing achievements. One point on the agenda will be the establishment of a Jack Rabbit ski program for getting the youngsters out on the trails in good style. Anyone wishing an agenda or more information regarding the sport or the club feel free to e-mail larryhudema@yahoo.ca or phone at 250-442-2459.

2012 - 2013 Performance Series

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The Grand Forks Border Bruins gained a point in the standings after losing 5-4 in double overtime to the Spokane Braves on the road on Sunday. Dominic Stadnyk was in goal and stopped 37 of 42 shots while Connor Kidd, newcomer Jacob Jeske, Connor Gross and Kyle Dolly scored for the

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Sunday’s game saw the team perform better on the heels of an 8-0 loss to the Castlegar Rebels two nights earlier. “I think we have a pretty resilient group,” Deschenes said. “They understand that this is a process and we’re a very young team and for us, as a coaching staff, the challenge is it’s a daily thing. It’s not about yesterday or even two days from now, it’s about what are you doing today to get better?”

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Imagine it’s summer at Grand Forks Aquatic Centre Engaging teenagers to be active or to become involved in the community is an ongoing struggle for parents, teachers and caregivers. How often do we hear these statements from youth: “There is nothing to do, or we are bored?” There are lots of options for youth in our community. Get your friends together and go to the movies, come for a swim or skate at the aquatic centre or arena – Phoenix Ski Hill is just minutes away. Our backyard is an outdoor playground for all ages. Grand Forks Recreation (GFREC) is inviting all youth, ages 13 to 18 to join our aquatic staff on Thursday, Nov. 15 from 7 to 9 p.m. for an evening of fun at the pool. The music will be turned up and the activity level high during this two hour event. There will be pizza donated by Omega Restaurant and pop donated by Buy Low Foods. Enter your name to win some great draw prizes. *** Let’s take the time to honor those who have fought to make our country a great place to live. Be sure to stop for a moment on Sunday, Nov. 11 and say a quick thank you. Copper Fields have once again sponsored a free Remembrance Day Family Skate on Nov. 11 from 3 to 5 p.m. The Grand Forks Border Bruins will be on site selling raffle tickets and the boys

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With the economic downturn, can debt be seen in biblical references? The news warns us that Canada has a major problem regarding its vast household debt. Many are in bondage because they just “got to have” that next little LARRY DANNHAUER gadget now. Of course that little plastic card makes it possible. But in no time at all, it becomes a powerful bondage, and some begin to pay only the interest and are never able to reduce the amount that was initially borrowed. The apostle Paul in Romans 13:8 talks about two kinds of debt. He is talking about financial debt and he is talking about a spiritual and moral debt when he says, “Let no debt remain outstanding, except the continuing debt to love one another …” Yes, one must avoid useless expense and stay away from debts that they do not have the ability to pay off. But even if one pays off all of their debts, according to the verse in Romans 13:8 they would still be in debt, “… the continuing debt to love one another.” We are all in this kind of debt and this debt we cannot be free from. In regards to financial debt: Is it wrong to borrow money? Our verse says, “owe no man anything.” If you have borrowed money to buy a house or a car, are you disobeying scripture? If you have credit card debt are you disobeying this verse? If the answer is yes, I think there would be a lot of us that are disobedient to the Word of God. I don’t really think the verse

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C.W. “Don” Gordon OMM CD Sqn Ldr (ret).

On October 11, 2012 Don Gordon, age 81, passed away with his wife by his side, at Hardy View Lodge in Grand Forks after a long illness. Don was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba to William Copp and Alice Maie Gordon in 1931. The family moved to Rossland, B.C when he was 9 years old, to join their father who was working at Consolidated Mining and Smelting in Trail. He graduated from the Trail High School in 1950 and attained the highest mark in mathematics in the Province of B.C. He was active with the Army Cadets, rising to the rank of Captain. He went on to attend University of British Columbia but with his love of airplanes, considered the RCAF as a future career. Don joined the RCAF and began pilot training at Claresholm, Alberta, winning the J.D. Siddely Junior Pilots Trophy for the highest mark in the class on graduation. His first posting was to Greenwood, Nova Scotia to train on the Lancaster Bomber and hence to Comox, British Columbia. On a temporary posting he flew the arctic ice patrol and Nike missile trials in Churchill, Manitoba. Here he met his wife, Ann, who worked as a Lab Technician for Northern Defense Research Laboratory. Following their marriage in 1955 Don was transferred to Trenton, Ontario, to train as a flight instructor on the Harvard aircraft. The Commonwealth Training Program had a base at Claresholm, Alberta where Don became one of their flight instructors. This program was disbanded in1958 and Don was transferred into the Radar Detection Unit in Quebec and Falconbridge, Ontario until 1960. In 1960 he began training on the mighty Argus aircraft, tasked with Atlantic submarine reconnaissance for Maritime Air Command in Greenwood, NS. This four engine aircraft with a crew of 18 was loaded with “black boxes” for detection of all types of ships and submarines. During the Cuban Missile Crisis he was flying over the Russian ship carrying the missiles aimed at the U.S. when the orders came from Russia for the ships to return to Russia, thus ending the crisis. Don gained many accolades for his innovations, inventions, unbroken records and expertise in submarine detection on the Argus. After setting records for submarine detection during maritime military exercises in Florida he was invited to join the U.S. Navy as a Commander. When the proposal did not include his whole crew, he declined. Following a promotion to Squadron Leader, a two-year tour at Headquarters in Ottawa was followed by Don’s last flying tour in 1970 as Base Operations Officer and then captain of the Hercules aircraft out of Namao north of Edmonton, Alberta. The Hercules tour took Don all over the world performing many roles for NATO. At the end of the Arab-Israeli war in 1973 he was appointed United Nations Airlift Commander to set up the UN Emergency Force base at Ismailiya, Egypt to ensure a complete cease fire was observed on both sides. He was responsible for regular arrival of Hercules flights supplying peace keepers, food and emergency items. On one occasion he entertained President Anwar Sadat who came to greet the Canadian forces. Don was active in the Namao base becoming president of the Community Minor Hockey Association, providing 300 kids from 6 to 16 with the ability to hone their skills. He spent endless hours flooding outdoor rinks, aided by the base fire department as well as on the phone organizing other events. For his outstanding contribution to his military community he was awarded the Order of Military Merit, OMM in 1974, presented to him by the then Governor General Jules Leger at Rideau Hall in Ottawa. In 1975 Don took early retirement from the RCAF after 9,571 hours of military flying experience. Later that year accepted the MOT position of Airport Manager in Watson Lake, Yukon and relocated the family. Two years later he accepted the position of Operations Manager at the Edmonton Municipal Airport until his retirement in 1996. During the 20 years in Edmonton he developed the Namao Flying Club where he taught many eager young people to fly and obtain their pilots license. Working with son Bob assisted in the development of the technical engine adjustment for the conversion of small aircraft engine to use “auto gas” instead of avgas. They won the “Innovation in Aircraft Technical Development” award. With all three children on their own and well established, it was time to find a warmer place to retire. Grand Forks had been near a childhood haunt of Don’s and his wife agreed to settle here in 1997. His airport knowledge was valuable to the city when the proposal to install night lighting for night medivac was approved. He assisted the City Engineer to establish the correct location for the lighting. He leaves to grieve his wife Ann of 57 years; daughter Alyson and husband Kerry of Smithers, British Columbia; son Bob and wife Gladys of Calgary Alberta; son Cameron of Edmonton, Alberta; and granddaughter Natalie from St Albert, Alberta; three sisters, Diane of Sydney, British Columbia, Mearle and Margaret of Spokane Washington; and, brother Bryan of Ottawa, Ontario. His oldest son David A. Gordon of Edmonton predeceased his father in 1980. It is with deep appreciation we extend our thanks to the doctors, nurses and care giving staff at Hardy View Lodge who provided Don with loving care during his last days. To friends and neighbours who sent cards, flowers, baking, phone calls and visits, our deepest appreciation. Grand Forks Funeral Home had care of arrangements.

Card of Thanks The Family and Friends of the late Iris Manson wish to thank: The Drs, RNs, LPNs, Care Aides, and the Staff and Volunteers of Hardy View Lodge for their exceptional care and kindness. The Therapy Dog Owners; Student Readers; Clergy; Church Choirs; Hairdresser Pam; “pub” Singers; fellow Residents & the dedicated Friends who visited & brought gifts, cards & flowers over the past year. And to the Hospital Auxiliary, Eastern Star & United Church Women.

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Sharlene Gayle Johnston It is with tremendous saddness that we announce the tragic death of Sharlene Gayle Johnston. Sharlene was born on September 27, 1966 in Grand Forks. Sharlene was a wife, mother, daughter, sister, aunt, and friend to many people. She will forever be missed and will be in our hearts until the end of time. The children will always remember the loving care and kindness shown by their mother and she will be in their hearts and minds forever. Sharlene was predeceased by father, Peter Moojalsky. Sharlene has left behind, husband- Kip Rowlands, children- Eric, Taryn and Ethan Johnston, motherNina Moojalsky, sister- Angela (Tracy) Melnyk, brother- Lorne (Helen) Jmaiff and nephews- Adam, Liam, Tristan and Grayson Melnyk. We know that she has gone to be with God and will be in the safe hands of Jesus forever. In lieu of flowers, a trust fund for the children will be set up at Grand Forks Credit Union.

Mary Euphemia (Effie) Venables (nee Moffat)

It is with the deepest sadness that we announce the passing of our dear Mom. Mary Euphemia (Effie) Venables, nee Moffat, passed away quietly at home Nov. 1 after a short illness. Effie was born July 21, 1931 in Trail, B.C., the oldest child of Jack and Mary Moffat. She was raised and received her education in Trail. After her graduation in 1949 Effie went to work at the telephone office as a long distance operator. She married Norman Venables in 1953 and together they raised four children. The Venables family moved to Grand Forks in 1964. Effie retired from the Post Office in 1996 after 16 years of service. An active member of her community, she gave her time to Girl Guides, the fall fair, and seniors. Effie loved to sew, bake, garden, play cards, bird watch and travel. She was predeceased by her father Jack in 1966, mother Mary in 2003 and her dear friend Ed Kopsar in 2006. Effie leaves behind her children Heather (Richard) Smuin, Dan (Roxanne) Venables, Darlene (Michael) Dautel, and Martin (Edith) Venables; 12 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; her brother Bob (Dora) Moffat of Trail; sister Hazel Donaldson of Cranbrook; sister-in-law Yvonne Moore of Oliver; as well as many nieces and nephews, two aunts, numerous cousins and friends. At Effie’s request there will be no service. In Lieu of flowers please make a donation to a charity of one’s choice.

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As winter rounds the corner, garage and bake sales kick into high gear. Left: Holy Trinity Anglican Church held its annual garage sale on Oct. 20. Pictured here (from left) Pat Juraschka, Michele Dean, Rosalie Moore and Adele Haines-Pasco show off some of the items for sale. Above: The First Baptist Church in Grand Forks held its Large Garage and Christmas Bake Sale on Nov. 3. Here, church treasurer Ma Tin (left) and organizer Vincent Enquist pose for a picture. The church thanks everyone that showed up for the support.

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In Memoriam

The staff and Community Advisory Committee of the “Including all Children project” of UBC mourn the loss of Clive Sykes, Director of the Boundary Family and Individual Services Society (BFISS) for the Boundary Area. Clive shared his passion, knowledge and experience with us as we worked together to contribute to the lives of children and family across the province. Clive’s voice and expertise will continue to to guide us in our work. Our condolences to Clive’s family and the entire Boundary area for their profound loss.

Sharleen Alice Myers Sharleen Alice Myers, born in September at Edmonton, Alberta, passed away peacefully with friends at her side on October 26, 2012 at Grand Forks at the age of 70. She is predeceased by her mother Marion Myers, father Rudolf, sister Evelyn, and brother Richard. She is survived by her sister Jennie Payne and brother Floyd Ingram. Sharleen had many hobbies, including cross stitch, quilting, scrapbooking, crocheting and reading. A memorial service will take place on Saturday, November 10 at 2:00 p.m at Christ Lutheran Church, 7328 19th St., Grand Forks. Thank you to Sharleen’s many friends, the nurses and Hospice that were there to help. A special thank you to Kim Davies. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Boundary Community Hospice Association, Box 2647, 7649 22nd St., Grand Forks, B.C. V0H 1H0. Grand Forks Funeral Home had care of arrangements.


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Travel HAWAII ON the Mainland, healthy low-cost living can be yours. Modern Arenal Maleku Condominiums, 24/7 secured community, Costa Rica “friendliest country on earth!� 1-780952-0709; www.CanTico.ca

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SELKIRK COLLEGE GF CAMPUS OFFERS ADVANCED COMPUTER TRAINING (5 week Certificate) in Tuition free for eligible participants Class begins in November. Call 250-368-5236 or 250-364-5760. Funding provided through the Canada-British Columbia Labour Market Agreement.

Class 1 Drivers to haul dry vans Western Canada & US. Only drivers with 2 years exp. & US border crossing capability. Local Drivers also required. Dedicated tractors, paid drops, direct deposit. No phone calls Fax 250-546-0600

TRAIN TO be an Apartment/Condominium Manager at home! We have jobs across Canada. Thousands of graduates working. 31 years of success! Government certified. www.RMTI.ca or 1-800-6658339, 604-681-5456.

LOG HAUL Contractors wanted. Contractor Log Trucks and Drivers wanted immediately to haul into Spray Lake Sawmills, Cochrane, Alberta. Contact Gil 403-333-5355 or Rob 403851-3388. Email: woodlands@ spraylakesawmills.com

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Education/Trade Schools INTERIOR HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR SCHOOL. NO Simulators. In-the-seat training. Real world tasks. Weekly start dates. Job board! Funding options. Apply online! IHEschool.com 1-866-399-3853

CLEARWATER OILFIELD Services requires Class 1 or 3 Vacuum Truck Drivers for the Rocky Mountain House, Alberta area. Local work. No day rating. Full benefits after 6 months. Fax 403-844-9324.

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FORD SERVICE Manager. Harwood Ford Sales, Brooks, Alberta. New facility, busy oilfield economy, technical experience required. Great career opportunity, family owned and operated. Fax resume 403362-2921. Attention: Jeremy Harty. Email: jerharty@yahoo.com

Required for an Alberta Trucking Company. One Class 1 Driver. Must have a minimum of 5 years experience pulling low boys and driving off road. Candidate must be able to pass a drug test and be willing to relocate to Edson, Alberta. Fax resumes to: 780-725-4430

Line cooks and kitchen helpers. Wages based on experience. Apply with resume to Omega Restaurant or email

Service Writer needed. Automotive experience preferred. Apply in person to Tomkat Automotive or email resume to: tomkat4@telus.net.

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An Alberta Construction Company is hiring Dozer and Excavator Operators. Preference will be given to operators that are experienced in oilfield road and lease construction. Lodging and meals provided. The work is in the vicinity of Edson, Alberta. Alcohol & Drug testing required. Call Contour Construction at 780-723-5051.

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North Okanagan Sawmill is looking to hire Millwrights,Fabricators and Heavy Duty Mechanics. We offer competitive wages along with a comprehensive benefit package. Please fax resume to 250-8389637.

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Help Wanted

Work Hours to fit your Lifestyle Golden Life Management, Southern BC’s largest seniors care provider, is seeking an RN to work with our growing team at Silver Kettle Village in Grand Forks, BC as

Director of Care Check us out at goldenlife.ca/careers and send your resume to careers@glm.ca or fax to 250-489-2673

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(Woods Foreman) TIMBERLANDS Campbell River, BC Mid Island Forest Operation is a continuous harvest operation (6x3 shift) harvesting 1.1 MM M3 annually and building 140 km of road. Working as part of a team of supervisors, this position will have direct responsibility for woods operations and union crews. The successful candidate will value the team-oriented approach, have a good working knowledge of applicable occupational safety regulations, first-hand knowledge and experience in a unionized environment, and will be responsible for planning, supervision of hourly personnel, safe work performance and the achievement of departmental goals. Further job details can be viewed at:

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Become a Psychiatric Nurse in your own community There is an urgent need for more Registered Psychiatric Nurses (RPN), particularly outside the urban areas of the province. And with the workforce aging – the average age of a Registered Psychiatric Nurse in BC is 47 years – the number of retirees from the profession is exceeding the number of graduates. Entry-level earnings start at $30.79/hour to $40.42/hour. Train Locally – The only program of its kind in BC, students can learn within their local communities via distance education, local and/or regional clinical placements, and some regional classroom delivery. This 23 month program is accredited by the College of Registered Psychiatric Nurses of BC (CRPNBC). Government student loans, Employment & Labour Market Services (ELMS), band funding & other ďŹ nancing options available to qualiďŹ ed applicants.

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SMITHERS Logging Contractor is hiring Buncher, Skidder, and Processor Operators. Call Shari at 250-847-1531 or fax resume to 250-847-1532.

CAMPO d’Aglio Restaurant in Grand Forks is looking for: LINE COOK. Email resume to campodaglio@gmail.com Previous applicants need not apply.

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ELECTRICAL DESIGN DRAFTSPERSON. Electrical Engineering Consulting firm requires Electrical Design Draftsperson in our Kamloops office. Preferably minimum 1 year experience. Apply in writing to ICI Electrical & Control Consulting Ltd. Email: sean@ici-electrical.com Closing date for applications November 16, 2012.

SUTCO Contracting Ltd. is seeking a qualified dispatcher. Must have dispatch experience, and able to work in a fast paced environment with minimal supervision. The position requires rotation of days and evening shifts. Extended benefits after 90 days, with pension available after 1 years service. Applicants may apply online www.sutco.ca or fax:0250-357-2009. Enquiries to: Brad 250-357-2612 Ext: 226

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AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN required. Prefer journeyman with Chrysler training, but apprentices with good work experience considered. Top wages for the right person. 1-800-663-7794 service@nelsonchrysler.com

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“Save Money On Heating and Cooling!” Phone: 250-442-5574 or Cell: 250-442-7273

Your local service & repair professionals. Full line of accessories and parts. From bike racks to batteries... Fully equipped mobile parts and service unit. We do warranty work & factory recalls. Certified Technicians

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Site Prep For: • Basement/Garage Foundations • Driveways • Water/Sewer Lines • Stump Removal • Landscaping/Yard Clean-up & Lawn Maintenance • Concrete Breaker & Auger

CALL DELPHINE AT 250-442-2191 EXT. 205 TO ADVERTISE IN MARKETPLACE

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Deadline to book December’s Marketplace is Nov. 23. Call The Gazette at 250-442-2191

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Employment Trades, Technical Certified Journeyman Mechanic & Automotive Apprentice required immediately for busy shop. Send resume & cover letter to Box 610, Grand Forks, BC, V0H-1H0, or drop off at Community Futures or e-mail tomkat4@telus.net. GARAGE DOOR SERVICE PERSON. Experienced Commercial Door Service and Installation Technician required for expanding commercial service department at Door Pro. Sectional, underground parking, rolling steel and operator repair and maintenance experience essential. Truck and tools provided $25 - $35/ hour. Call 604-597-4040 or email Mike - mikep@doorpro.ca WWW.DOORPRO.CA

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Pets & Livestock Alfalfa, alfalfa mix or straight grass (small square bales) in Lister. Call Jay or Trish at 250428-9755 NICE 1st cut grass alfalfa hay, barn stored, small bales. Nursery area. 250-442-4204.

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Business/Office Service Billboards; 10ft x 20ft for rent or lease, Grand Forks hwy frontage. 250-442-0805.

ALPACAS:Adorable & easy caring, pet or fibrestock. $200 each or 3/$500. 250.442.6642. FREE:Horse manure. Grand Forks area. Phone for pick up. 250-443-1427.

Merchandise for Sale

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Cleaning Services

Farm Equipment

Inside & Out Cleaning Services Call Beth or Sherri at 250-442-3233.

Ford Tractor 8N, very good condition C/W rear blade. Call for details. 250-442-0957.

Free Items FREE:Horse manure. Grand Forks area. Phone for pick up. 250-443-1427.

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Misc. Wanted

Kitchen stove, 30”, electric, self-cleaning oven. Immaculate condition. 1 yr left on warranty. $350 firm. 250-4422064.

Skis, Rossignol Saphir 160, $75; P225-60R16 winter tires $50 pair; Peerless Mangle Press $100; 14”x8” return air grill, new $5; 20 ton shop press stand $100; 8” drill press 1/2” chuck, new $65; 9” Delta band saw w/blades $100. 250442-0073 leave message.

Private Coin Collector Buying Collections, Accumulations, Olympic Gold & Silver Coins + Chad: 250-863-3082 in Town Would you like a little extra cash for the holidays. Let the Gazette help you with that. Place a classified ad to pass on unused items. 250-4422191 or drop in our office or email classifieds@grandforksgazette.ca

Heavy Duty Machinery A- STEEL SHIPPING STORAGE CONTAINERS / Bridges / Equipment Wheel loaders JD 644E & 544A / 63’ & 90’ Stiff boom 5th wheel crane trucks/Excavators EX200-5 & 892D-LC / Small forklifts / F350 C/C “Cabs”20’40’45’53’ New/ Used/ Damaged /Containers Semi Trailers for Hiway & StorageCall 24 Hrs 1-866-528-7108 Delivery BC and AB www.rtccontainer.com

Misc. for Sale 1/2 PRICE Newspaper roll ends. Grand Forks Gazette office. Good for many uses. 1 diesel furnace fuel tank, 1140 L, and full. Only filled once, can have old tank too.$600. 250-443-3066. 2 belly boats, 9-1/2’ camper, 31 ton logsplitter, vert/horiz, industrial drill press, 8’ truck box liner, garden tractor cultivator, table saw w/dust collector, air compressor, 110V fence charger, tractor harrow, gas mulcher, wheelbarrow, delta planer w/stand. 250-442-2999. Black French door fridge, oak barrels, antique washstand, new 7’ lighted xmas tree, large assortment of new xmas decorations. 250-442-3337 HOT TUB (SPA) COVERS. Best price. Best quality. All shapes & colours available. 1-866-652-6837 www.thecoverguy.com/newspaper?

Let the Gazette help you do some downsizing. Call and place a classified ad. 250-4422191 or drop in our office or email classifieds@grandforksgazette.ca Nonagenarian disposing a multitude of cherished items, antique and modern. China Cabinet $80, barley corn folding table $175, trunk $50, record player, records, sewing machine, collection of razors, sharpening stuff, lighters, old cameras, postcards, pliers, timekeepers, wartime, medical bandages, 2 speakers, home and shop tools, 306 rifle with scope & case, deepwell pump, pop boxes, damaged motorcycle, big roll of single strand wire, fireproof shingles, antique farm implements & 8N Tractors, stump puller, ploughs, discs, harrow mower, rake, heavy roller, cultivator etc. etc. etc. acreage, house in Nelson 505-5200

Singer Upholstery sewing machine. 250-442-3315. Used Drolet wood heater, model Austral. $650. 250-4425121.

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BY APPOINTMENT ~ For more information call Tammy Certified Medical Exercise Specialist & Personal Trainer 250-442-9866 or (home) 250-442-3110

Real Estate Houses For Sale

Grand Forks 4 bdrm/3 bath. $265,000/obo. Valmar, updated & motivated. 250-442-6688

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Acoustic electric w/Fishman pick-up. Now $199 save $100. Slivertone strat–only $99. Tyger P-Bass –only $99. New Acoustics from $89. House of Music. Colville, WA. 509-684-6441.

Everything you need for your finned, furry & feathered friends!

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We buy gold! Rings, chains, bracelets, etc. Cash paid by value (weight and karat). Even broken jewelry and scrap gold. Picture ID required. Grand Forks Pawnshop, 225 Central. 250-442-5552. Wanted: Vita-mix new or used. 250-442-0610

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Misc. Wanted

CARPENTRY, DRYWALL, PLUMBING, PAINTING, SEWING & MORE

Phone Dana ~ 250-442-2445

Peter Kootchin 250-442-7532

Scratch & Dent Guitar Sale!

The Perfect Formula for Pain! ★ ( small animal, horse & human formulas ) ★

INTERIOR & EXTERIOR RENOVATIONS & REPAIRS

Laser engraving Clocks, Lamacold Labels Plaques, pins, awards Granite headstones Jewel boxes, Wood boxes Corporate Awards Etched wine glasses Cremation urns

“I don’t build houses, I fix them”

Musical Instruments

Beautiful upright piano, excellent tone, regularly tuned. $500. obo. 250-442-2244.

CALL DELPHINE AT 250-442-2191 EXT. 205 TO ADVERTISE IN MARKETPLACE

MR. & Mrs. FIX IT KbyITCHENS & BATHROOMS

Classic Design Studio

Property Maintenance

Sterling Natural Gas overhead furnace 60,000 BTU’s, $650. Garden doors 2x30” wide 80” tall. $500. Single white metal door 36”x80” w/double paned window 22”x35”, $150. Hide-a-bed w/matching chair $100. Stowmaster tow bar, $200. Many many books, all $.50. Antique oak table w/4 chairs, $700. OBO for everything. 250-442-3395.

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Merchandise for Sale

Garage Sales

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Merchandise for Sale

Estate Sale Saturdays & Sundays 9-3 till the end of November. 5635 International Rd. GARAGE SALE - NOV 12 9 am - 1 pm 16 Moller Rd Fruitvale Grand Forks Estate sale/garage sale. 7265 10th St. Nov 11th. 9am-3pm Furniture/tools.

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Mechanical Inc.

Call us for all your plumbing needs Residential – Commercial Senior’s TEL: (250) 443-2375 Rates! PLUMBING - IN-SLAB HEATING - STEAMFITTING

Deadline to book December’s Marketplace is Nov. 23. Call The Gazette at 250-442-2191

Larry Podmoroff Journeyman Carpenter

CUSTOM SHOP WORK 250-443-3166

40 YEARS EXPERIENCE • Supplier & Installer of Canyon Creek & Euro Rite & Westwood Cabinets • Counter Tops - supply & install Marble & Composite, Post Form & Custom Built • Installation of Floor & Wall Ceramic Tile, Laminate & Hardwood Flooring RELAX

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Homes for Rent

Townhouses

Exclusive Factory Direct Pricing on SRI 14s, 16s, doubles & modular homes. Take advantage of our 38 years experience and then take advantage of our pricing only at Lake Country Modular conveniently located next to SRI’s factory. Huge grants, discounts and factory incentives. Call Don at 1-866-766-2214 or visit us at 515 Beaver Lake Rd, Kelowna www.LCMhomes.com

Grand Forks: 1 bdrm, clean, quiet, 55+ building w/elevator, A/C, in suite laundry. Walk to downtown. N/S, ref req. $700 mo & utilities. 250-442-0952 or 250-442-5984. Grand Forks: clean 2 bdrm apt in quiet building for N/P, N/S tenant, Nov 15. Rent negotiable. 778-478-9169.

CHRISTINA LAKE 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, new contemporary lakefront home, fully furnished, NS/NP, $850/mth plus utilities, available Nov 15. Please call 250-447-9333 or 250-442-6334.

Grand Forks: 2 bdrm, 1.5 bath, 4 appliances included. Rent $750 mo, 1/2 month deposit required. References required. Avail Nov 15. Call 250442-5199. Unit 7-6742 14th St.

KOOTENAY LAKEFRONT OPPORTUNITY Lease Lot & Membership Quality 36’ 5th Wheel Winter ready, $55,000 For information call Lawrence 250-354-971 250-353-7717

N/S, N/P, References.

Grand Forks; lease/purchase opportunity needed soon for local man, single/double wide OK, size and condition not an issue. 250-443-4013. WOW! Grand Forks Sacrifice sale, 1200 sq. ft. older mobile, own lot, fenced, chicken house, near Extra Foods & school, senior taxes $100 per year. $89,900. Call Ingrid, 250-442-3425, office 250-4422711, cell 250-443-1504.

Townhouses 3 bdrm townhouse, 1.5 bath, private, well maintained , fenced yard, garden. On bus route, close to schools. Asking $187,500. Owner motivated call 250 505-5460 Grand Forks; Steel at $116,000. Immaculate 3 story town house , fully finished, no strata, high school area. 250442-0610.

Rentals Apt/Condo for Rent 3 bdrm condo with 2 full bath, available now. Ref. required. NP, NS please. Phone 250442-2276/250-442-6800. Grand Forks: 2 bdrm. N/P please. Ref req. Phone 250442-2276 / 250-442-6800.

Grand Forks: Nice 2 bdrm home in good area, 5 appliances, avail Nov 1st. N/S, N/P, $750 plus utils. Call 250-4422272/250-443-4919. Grand Forks rural trailer, mature couple, N/S, no partying. $650 month, 250-512-1268. Greenwood 3 bdrm house, 4 appls. Garden. $650/m + utils. N/S-N/P. 250-442-2353. G/wood, 2bdrm, 6 apps, cov prk, patio, storage, N/S, pet neg, $650/m. 250-442-2449.

Ken: 250-442-2632 ken.dodds@yahoo.ca

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Mobile Homes & Parks

Grand Forks-4 bdrm, 2 bath, fully fenced, 5 appl., N/S. $1,000.+util. 604-943-9026.

Grand Forks: 1,000 sq ft. commercial office space next to the Gazette on Riverside Dr. 780-723-2297. Grand Forks: NEW OWNERSHIP. 3 commercial spaces, in town (Black Knight building) & 1 on hwy. Available now. 250442-2599 / 250-443-1599.

Misc for Rent 1993 5th wheel Dutchman Royale, 27’ with slide out. For Sale or rent to own, set up in RV park, skirted, full services $525 a month. Call 442-2995 to view. AbbeyďŹ eld Centennial House is now taking applications from seniors for its waiting list. Meals, util & cable all included. $1,300. Call 250-442-2223.

Mobile Homes & Pads Christina Lake 2bdrm trailer, Gas. R/R. No Dogs. Rent negotiable. 604-530-3950. Grand Forks: 3 bdrm mobile home, F/S, gas, cent/air, laundry hookup, No smokers OR pets. Suited for 1-2 quiet responsible adults. Ref required 250-442-8289 Grand Forks: Handyman Special, 3 bdrm trailer. “Off the Grid� $300/m. 250-443-5049.

Homes for Rent 2 bdrm house 2 blocks from town, newly decorated, N/S, N/P, references req. $750 per mo plus util. 250-442-8100. Grand Forks 2bdrm, lg fenced yard, 5 appls, N/S, sm pet, $750 + utils. 403-710-3050.

Antiques / Classics Model “B� John Deere tractor, partially restored. $1,500 obo. 250-446-2621.

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Grand Forks: 3 bdrm on 1 acre, GF Dist Irrigation water, separate well, gas, electric. 250-442-2578, 250-442-3341. Grand Forks: Nice character home in a great location near beach, park, tennis court, walking paths. Updated electrical, plumbing, furnace etc. 2 bdrm, 1 bath, 9’ ceiling. Detached workshop/storage.Come & view. Asking $210,000. 250-442-6365.

Rentals

Grand Forks: 1 bdrm apt utils inc $650. 2 bdrm, 2 bath furnished home on river $750. Unique 1 bdrm very large apt dwntwn 5 appls, $800/utils inc. 3 bdrm 1.5 bath home west end location 2 car garage $950. 3bdrm, 2 bath home, 2 car garage private rural setting, $1,050. Greenwood: 1 bdrm home, 4 appl’s $550. 3 bdrm home, 4 appl’s $750. Christina Lake: 3 bdrm furnished home avail to June 30/13, $850.

FOR rent, two bedroom house in G.F. Large yard. $750 plus util, must be able to put the power in your own name. N/S, small pet neg. Ph 778-4762782

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Shared Accommodation Large furnished room in quiet household. Shared kitchen and laundry. Some meals possible. References. Phone 250442-5334.

Misc Services

BUSINESS DIRECTORY ACCOUNTANTS

APPRAISERS

Lia Azhure Inc.

WEST KOOTENAY

Certified General Accountant

250-442-0141 7157 - 3rd Street

KEMP HARVEY BURCH KIENTZ INC. CertiďŹ ed General Accountants 619 Central Ave., Grand Forks, B.C.

1-800-910-6402

www.PreApproval.cc DL# 7557

Houses For Sale

BOUNDARY

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WITHIN GRAND FORKS city limits. A great riverfront acreage on the Kettle River, 1.344 level acres zoned HWY Commercial. Very high volume area. A great well already in place. HWY access already approved. Call your REALTORÂŽ for an information package on this great property. Priced well below assessed value.

$79,000 MLS# K4100209

Bookkeeping and Income Tax Service

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BOTTLE DEPOT

D.G. (DAVE) MARSHALL, CRA, RI

WELL ESTABLISHED Grand Forks business. Grand Forks’ only car rental including rental car stock. Car wash and detailing with all equipment. Electric scooter franchise. Very popular. Includes 5 newer rental cars, all scooters that are in stock, all washing and detailing equipment and products, and all ofďŹ ce equipment and supplies. This is a turn-key operation with lots of growth potential. Great family business.

+ Mortgage ReďŹ nancing Appraisals + Current Real Estate Market Evaluations + Estate/Taxation/Divorce/Appraisals + New Construction/ Progress Report/Appraisals

BOOKKEEPING

Houses For Sale

Features of the Week

BRAD McPEEK, D.A.R.

PHONE 250-442-7030

ANIMAL CONTROL

Animal Control OfÂżcer

DreamCatcher Auto Loans “0� Down, Bankruptcy OK Cash Back ! 15 min Approvals

Serving the West Kootenay and Boundary Regions since 1993

E-mail: wkappraisals@shaw.ca

S. Craig Caruso

Grand Forks: 1,000 sq ft, 1 bdrm, large deck,10 min to town. N/S, N/P, utils incl, $650 month. 250-442-0026.

APPRAISALS

Ph: 250-442-2121

ANIMAL CONTROL

Suites, Upper

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BOUNDARY APPRAISAL SERVICE Serving Grand Forks & Boundary Country 30+ Years Experience Residential & Vacant Acreage Appraisals for: -Mortgage Applications -Estate Purposes -Family Disputes -Assessment Resolution Phone: Res-250-442-5199 Cell-250-442-6199 e-mail – marsda@telus.net

GRAND FORKS

BOTTLE DEPOT

7816 Donaldson Dr. Grand Forks, B.C. 250-442-2523

Open Monday to Saturday

YOUR AD BELONGS HERE!

CAR CARE $189,000 MLS# K4100174

Pete Vanjoff 442-7415 272 Central Ave. Grand Forks, BC

Three great services at one convenient location! Full Service Mechanical • Full Service Auto Body Full Service Custom Mufer Centre • ICBC ExpressValet CertiďŹ ed Mechanics: 250-442-3828 • Auto Body: 250-442-0507

6391 Highway 3, Grand Forks, BC


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BOUNDARY BUSINESS DIRECTORY CONTRACTOR

HOLISTIC HEALING Dr. Jeffrey Hunt N.D.

Screened & Crushed Gravel special driveway mix, drain rock, blend sands, GRAVEL & SAND PEA GRAVEL Road Grader Service Division of Gofer Farms Ltd. – Hay Sales 10405 Granby Rd (9 km) • email: gofer@xplornet.com

STEVE DANSHIN • New Construction • Residential Builder • Renovations • Commercial Ph. 250-442-3744 Cell: 250-442-9437 Fax: 250-442-3720

Please phone 250-368-6999 for an appointment

Phone 250-442-2191 to advertise here

WOOD AND PELLET HEATING APPLIANCES 250-442-2943

Your Pellet Heating Specialist WETT CERTIFIED

Bobcat, Excavating & Trucking Services ~ CertiďŹ ed Planner & Installer of Septic Systems Call Jimmy 250-442-9422

ELECTRICAL

RAY NYSTEN Construction

Licensed & Insured Commercial * Residential General Contracting Renovations * Project Management Free Estimates

Ph/Fx 250-443-3226 Cell 250-442-9825 E-mail ray_kris@telus.net • Form Rentals • Concrete Accessories

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 7816 Donaldson Dr 250-442-5229

ELECTRICAL

Redi Electric Ltd.

Reg. g No. 13266

Service & New Construction Commercial • Residential Industrial Pumps Honest Service – Quality Work

7920 Donaldson Dr. • 250-442-2082

Boundary Electric (1985) Ltd. • Electric Motor Sales & Repair • Pump sales & Service • Electric Parts & Sales Counter • Commercial, Residential & Industrial Electric Service Work • New Construction

John Billwiller www.snowballventures.com 10545 Granby Rd., Grand Forks

HOME HEALTH

Christina Lake Home Health

COMPLETELY MOBILE – WE CAN GO ANYWHERE

Grand Forks Reg. #100851

Andy 250-442-0795

GUTTERS

Ace Gutters Inc.

• Continuous K Style & Fascia Eavestroughing • SofďŹ t & Fascia Trim Installations – Repairs – Gutter Cleaning

To book your free estimate call Edie at 250-442-8055 or Russell Danish Cell: 250-584-4381 Email: russ442@telus.net

YOUR AD BELONGS HERE! You WILL be noticed and get MORE business by placing an ad in this directory

Electrical Contract Reg. #1210

We provide in home services, assisting seniors to remain independent in their own homes Serving Christina Lake & Grand Forks areas For information call 250-447-6220

HOME INSPECTIONS

Blair’s

Home Inspections Brian Blair

Phone: 250.442.8175 Cell: 250.443.1905 Email: blairshome@nethop.net

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MASSAGE THERAPY

CertiďŹ ed Electrical Residential ~ Commercial Emergency Service Preventative Maintenance Serving the Andy Cell: 250-442-7120 Boundary OfďŹ ce: 250-445-2234 Elect. Contractor # 24118

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Massages ~ 60 min - $65, 90 min - $80 Pedicures - $45, Manicures - $35 5-19 West Lake Drive, Christina Lake 1.877.707.8088 VIP cards ($25/yr) - 15% off any treatment

Hot Tubs

Walk-in Baths • Swimming Pools Accessories & Chemicals • Repairs

Kettle River Spa & Pool Co. NEW LOCATION:

OPTOMETRIST Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

3rd St., Grand Forks

Blood Collections in the comfort of your home

250-442-8208 * denotes Optometric Corporation

$20 Grand Forks ~ $25 Christina Lake Urine Drug Screen Testing Flexible Hours – 7 days/week “A service for everyone�

SAW SHARPENING

MULTI-SERVICES

J&S MultiServices

Twisted Teeth Saw Shop Saw, knife & tool sharpening service

Quality Equipment Flexible Rates

George Stooshinoff CertiďŹ ed SawďŹ ler Phone: 250-442-8359 gastoo@telus.net 3845 Victoria Rd., Grand Forks

• Snow Removal • Rototilling • Firewood • Fencing • Custom Haying & Hay Sales

STORAGE

John or Sherri

250-442-0007

Your best buy is from a merchant you know NAIL TECHNICIAN

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BOUNDARY MINI STORAGE Computerized Security Gate 5’ x 10’ to 10’ x 30’ Units

7990 Columbia Drive

1649 Landsdowne Crescent • 250-442-0288 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Located at Boundary Electric

250-442-5561

SAGAMORE RV & MINI-STORAGE Digital Video Surveillance Access 24 hrs/day – 7 days/week Personal Keypad Entry 5’x10’, 10’x10’, 10’x20’ & 10’x30’

148 Sagamore Avenue Grand Forks, B.C. 250-442-2652 www.sagamoreministorage.com

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NOTARY PUBLIC

Phone The Gazette at 250-442-2191

LOUISE CURRIER

NOTARY PUBLIC 7215 2nd St., Grand Forks (Across from Fire Hall)

250-442-5561

A. SHELTON FIRE & ELECTRICAL

Dr. Alan LeRoy, O.D.*

CONSUMER PROTECTION BC #58522

HOT TUBS

7990 Columbia Drive

OPTOMETRIST

Roxanne 250-442-5136

HEATING

SNOWBALL VENTURES Sales, Installations & Inspections

Large supply of rock for retaining walls, decorative purposes, etc.

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is resuming his practice in Grand Forks

OFFICE 250-442-0428 GENERAL CONTRACTOR GEN

MEDICAL SERVICES

Ph: 250-442-0282

UPHOLSTERY

’s Andy CUSTOM

For all your RESIDENTIAL / COMMERCIAL / RECREATIONAL Reupholstery, Repairs and Custom Builds

UPHOLSTERY 38 years experience! 162 B – 72nd Ave • Grand Forks

OPTICAL

GRAND FORKS OPTICAL 334C Market Ave 250-442-3025

BUSINESS DIRECTORY 250-442-2191

250-442-2499 WATER

Y&R Water

SALES & SERVICES Certified Pump Installers

• EOCP CertiďŹ ed • Cross Connection CertiďŹ ed (Backow Prevention) WATER CONDITIONING • Water Softening, Reverse Osmosis, Filtration & Ultraviolet IRRIGATION & PUMPS

8098 Donaldson Drive • 250-442-5537


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Transportation

Transportation

Trucks & Vans

Trucks & Vans

1992 Nissan pickup. 14.5 ft. fiberglass runabout w/motor & trailer. 50hp outboard. 250442-5783. For sale or trade. 2006 Nissan XTerra S, 4WD, Auto, Silver, 101,000km. This rugged XTerra has newer tires and brand new front & rear brakes. Priced to sell at only $14,000. Call Justin @ 403640-8510.

Help Wanted

Help Wanted

1989 Toyota 4WD, 2.2 RE engine,blown head gasket, canopy incl. $1,500. 250-605-9546.

Roxul Inc. is a leading North American manufacturer and marketer of planetfriendly insulation made from natural stone and recycled material. Headquartered in Milton, ON, with production facilities located in Milton and Grand Forks, BC, we are a subsidiary of Rockwool International. Roxul’s fire-resistant, stone wool insulation products are used in residential, commercial and industrial applications to save energy, lower emissions, and provide added safety. We are currently seeking a talented, energetic individual at our Grand Forks facility.

Help Wanted

Accounts Payable Clerk Reporting to the Accounting Manager, you will support the finance department with full cycle accounts payable, administration duties, and various accounting tasks. You will be responsible for matching payable invoices to purchase orders, reviewing and processing expense accounts for payment, performing reception and administration duties, back-up/relief for the payroll clerk and assisting in the department’s projects. Your strong organizational and interpersonal skills will enable you to develop positive working relationships with factory operations and resource personnel from other group companies. You have completed high school and have three to four years of accounts payable experience, preferably in an operations environment. You are familiar with computerized accounting systems, Microsoft Word and Excel and have the ability to meet tight deadlines, while maintaining a high level of accuracy and quality.

Roxul Inc. is a leading North American manufacturer and marketer of planet-friendly insulation made from natural stone and recycled material. Headquartered in Milton, ON, with production facilities located in Milton and Grand Forks, BC, we are a subsidiary of Rockwool International. Roxul’s fire-resistant, stone wool insulation products are used in residential, commercial and industrial applications to save energy, lower emissions, and provide added safety. We are currently seeking a talented, energetic individual at our Grand Forks facility.

Cars - Domestic

Cars - Sports & Imports 2008 Toyota Matrix, fwd, 122,000km, one owner, $8,800obo. 250-447-6249.

Recreational/Sale 2008 Ameri-camp Fifth Wheel, 1 Lg Tip-out. 250-442-3315

Help Wanted

Accounts Payable Clerk

Heavy Duty Mechanic

1992 Buick Roadmaster like new, never driven in snow, always stored in garage, low mileage 153,670km, tires near new, babied all it’s life. $2,900obo. 250-446-2621.

Help Wanted

This is currently a part time position with hours to be determined by the Accounting Manager.

Heavy Duty Mechanic We currently have a position available for a Certified Heavy Duty Mechanic in our maintenance department.

We offer a stable work environment and competitive wages. Please submit applications to the following:

We offer a stable work environment, competitive wages and a full benefit package. Please submit applications to the following:

Human Resources ROXUL Inc., 6526 Industrial Parkway, Grand Forks, B.C., V0H 1H0 / PO Box 1289 Fax: (250) 442-5278 e-mail: jim.holmes@roxul.com

Human Resources ROXUL Inc., 6526 Industrial Parkway, Grand Forks, B.C., V0H 1H0 / PO Box 1289 Fax: (250) 442-5278 e-mail: jim.holmes@roxul.com

We thank all applicants; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

We thank all applicants; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. CREATE AND PROTECT

Trucks & Vans 1980 Ford Ex. Cab camper sp., 2WD. 250-442-8002.

Houses For Sale

CREATE AND PROTECT

We’re on the net at www.bcclassified.com

Property Management Services Owners and Prospective Tenants Call

250-442-2711 Toll free: 1-800-567-3199 Website: www.grandforksrealestate.ca

Ken Dodds 250-442-2632

UNBEATABLE STREET APPEAL! Renovated & upgraded “character home” with 2 bedrooms on main and a great second floor floor that could be a bedroom/ office office combo. 9’ x 23’ porch/sunroom & 5’ x 23’ covered veranda add to it’s quaint appeal. A must see at $219,000. MLS# K215637

ADULT COMMUNITY LIVING. 925 sq. ft. Modular home in just like new condition. 2 bdrms, ensuite plus main bath, walk in closet, central air and much more. C/W 5 appliances. $129,900. $129,000. MLS# K206271

THE ‘DOLL HOUSE’ IS FOR SALE!!! Clean, cozy and cute 552 SQ FT, 1 bedroom cottage on a corner 100’ x 105’ lot at Greenwood, BC. This charming cottage has new kitchen cabinets; new sheet roc; new bath and thermal windows. $77,900. MLS# K216517

FINE HOME and great work shop in BC’s smallest city that boasts Best Water in Canada! 3 bedrooms, fully finished finished basement fenced yard and carport. $218,000. MLS# K213946

TRADITIONAL RAMBLING 3 BR 3 BA rancher on 10+ secluded acres near Christina Lake. Country kitchen plus formal dining/ living room combo. New roof and septic field field in 2011. $449,000. MLS# K214535

3 BEDROOM ON THE RIVER. Great views. C/W large addition and upgrades. All appliances included. Fenced and landscaped. just a few minute walk to downtown. Relax and enjoy the private back yard. Move-in ready. $57,900. MLS# K204797

GREAT FAMILY HOME 3 bedrooms 2 baths, new roof, suite potential many extras , call your REALTOR® to view today. $287,000. MLS# K215839

WELL KEPT HOME with large flat flat fenced yard. Back lane access. Community garden, Trans Canada Trail and Kettle River swimming are almost at your doorstep. Perfect for 1st time buyers or retirees. $129,000. MLS# K216568

THIS LOT IS LOCATED IN SUBDIVISION with quality homes. Great views of surrounding mountains and city. Build here and enjoy life in the Boundary. $78,500. MLS# K212961

YOU CAN NOT BUILD A NEW HOME FOR THIS ASKING PRICE!!! 2,000 sq ft, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, double garage, new concrete drive, deck, selling below replacement costs. $320,000. MLS# K210125

REDUCED BY $30,000!! A Must See’ A Rancher beautifully refinished refinished inside. New Kitchen. New Bath. New Paint, Flooring throughout. Ready to move in today. $219,900. MLS# K210484

BY THE RIVER! Just a short walk to downtown Grand Forks, on .3 acre lot this lovely 3 bedroom home is beautiful! $238,900. MLS# K213942

ONE LEVEL LIVING at the lake! 4 bedrooms with 1 bathroom. Sunken living room and master bedroom. Private new sundeck partly wrapped around home! Beautifully landscaped and only 10 minutes walk to the beach and shopping. Call your REALTOR® for a viewing today!! $220,000. MLS# K210581

THIS BEAUTY IS LOCATED just a few block to downtown Grand Fork and to the City park. 6 bedrooms and 2.5 baths on nearly 3000 sq. ft make this home a must see. No need for a car because everything is within walking distance. Call your REALTOR® today!! $255,000. MLS# K215455

REDUCED AGAIN!! Three bedroom ,1 bath mobile on its own land. Living room and dining room addition. Why pay rent when you could own your own home? $79,900. MLS# K215709

Linda Laktin 250-442-3099

Harry Davy 250-442-0466

Barry Poppenheim 250-449-8276

Cindy Anthony 250-442-7379

Terry Mooney 250-442-6777

Pete Vanjoff 250-442-7415

Ken Dodds 250-442-2632

Linda Gray 250-442-6474

REDUCED PRICE!! Two bedrooms, one bath; home close to schools, shopping , recreation and city park. Nice private yard and covered, enclosed porch and cute shop/shed in yard. No need for a car because you could walk!! $149,900. MLS# K215724

Pat Ballard 250-442-7616

Gayle Holmes 250-442-7516

Aaron Anthony 250-584-4663

Gary Smith 250-443-1256

Ingrid Mathison 250-442-3225

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