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Shouts of “Call the meeting to order!” were hurled at retreating board members at the Rock Creek and Boundary District Fall Fair meeting last week (Nov. 21). The meeting was barely 10 minutes along when the nine board members got up and left the meeting table. At issue was the fact that President Randy Moat had yet to call the meeting to order. Instead he had begun the meeting by saying, “Before we begin I’d like the secretary to read some material.” Secretary Sue Hayes then read section 1(d) from the 1993 fair bylaws – Loss of Membership and correspondence between the association and Bill Bosovich, Art Harfman and Pierre Sinclaire. On Nov. 7 the board stripped the three of their status as members after they had declined an invitation to appear before the board, stating their position that, “any decision reached or motion passed, at a director’s meeting, in-camera or otherwise, is invalid as all voting members did not receive notice of the meeting and therefore did not have the right to exercise their vote on the matter.” Sinclaire later told the Boundary Creek Times that the three were never told what the specific charges against them were. “I don’t know what their claims are. You can’t go to court without knowing why you are going to court,” he told the Boundary Creek Times. Moat also told The Times, in a separate interview, the reasons were not made public due to privacy concerns; however, “the information would be released to the former members upon their request.”

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After Hayes read the registered letter sent to Harfman, Bosovich and Sinclaire telling them they had been removed as members for one year, Moat began to comment further but was interrupted when Tom Haines asked if the meeting was going to be called to order. “As soon as I am finished here,” Moat told him. “This portion is for information for those folks that came here tonight.” When Haines continued to press for the meeting to be officially opened Moat said, “If the rest

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COMMUNITY CALENDAR Friday, Nov. 30: Greenwood Board of Trade Annual Christmas Light Up in the McArthur Centre Parking Lot at 5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 30 & Saturday, Dec.1: Boundary Artisan Christmas Faire at Gallery 2 in Grand Forks 10 to 5 (Fri) & 10 am - 4 pm (Sat). For info call Chris at 250-445-9907. Saturday, Dec. 1: Bridesville Women’s Institute annual Christmas Craft Fair at the Rock Creek Pavilion from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Featuring 40 area crafters and vendors, hot soup lunch available. Saturday, Dec. 1: Annual Christmas Tea, Holy Trinity Anglican Church Grand Forks, 2 - 4 pm. Admission $5. Info call 250442-5808 or 250-442-4206. Saturday, Dec. 1: 4th Annual Christmas Tree Light Up at Deadwood Junction 4:30 - 6 p.m. Come see Santa, Mrs. Claus & the elves. Hot dogs & hot chocolate by donation to the GES Grade 6/7 class. Monday, Dec. 3: First anniversary of The Bridge in Midway. Open from from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 5: Ladies Christmas Celebration at Midway Community Hall. 9 a.m. coffee and 9:30 start; coffee and lunch provided. Please bring non-perishable food for the Lion’s Christmas Hampers. Saturday, Dec. 8: Country Christmas Market at the Bridesville Hall 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. Local artisans & businesses. Lunch available. Table rental call Lynda at 250-446-2980 Sunday, Dec. 9: Royal Canadian Legion Br. #155 meets at 2 p.m. Note new date for December’s meeting only. Saturday, Dec. 15: Greenwood Santa’s Helpers Annual Christmas Party from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at Greenwood Community Hall. Saturday, Dec. 15: Mile 0 Diner Kids Breakfast with Santa from 10:00 - 11:00 am. No charge for ages 10 and under. Everyone welcome. REGULAR EVENTS: Mondays - Nov 26, Dec 10 and Dec 17: The Community Learning Place free, drop-in at Greenwood Public Library. Learn about computers, IPhone, reading, math, etc. Times vary so check at the library. Mondays: Rock Creek Guiding Unit from 3:30 to 5. Info Linda Sheppard 250-445-6718. Mondays: Midway Art Club meets from 2 - 4 p.m. Info: 250-449-2673. Mondays: Pokino at the Greenwood Seniors Centre, starts at 1 p.m. Mondays: Legion drop in crib at the Greenwood Legion 7 PM start. $3 for the evening. Monday - Saturday: Drop-in social at the Greenwood Seniors Centre, Mon/Wed/Fri - 9-11 a.m., Tues/Thurs/Sat - 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Monday & Thursdays: Free Yoga Classes, 6 – 7:30 pm at Greenwood Elementary. Must register with Selkirk College. For more info call Diane 250-445-6364 First & Third Monday: Midway Village Council meeting; 6:30 p.m. with a delegation or 7 p.m. if none. First & Third Monday: The Bridge Drop-in Centre in Midway is open from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Second Monday: The Bridge Drop-in Centre sorting day 10-2 p.m. All helpers are appreciated. Second & Fourth Monday: Greenwood City Council meeting at 7 p.m. Third Monday: Bridesville Women’s Institute meets at 11 am. Info: 446-2210 or 446-2121. Third Monday: Frolicking Fancies – the Greenwood Red Hat Ladies Group meet monthly in Greenwood. Information Francine 250-445-6734; or Shirley 250-445-9908. Third Monday: Discover Rock Creek Society meets in the WBES library at 6:30. Last Monday: Kettle River Recreation Commission meets at the Rock Creek Trading Post at 7 p.m. Info: 250-446-2624. Tuesdays: AA Meetings at McArthur Centre in Greenwood at 8:00 pm. Tuesdays & Thursdays: Taekwondo 6-7 p.m. West Boundary Elementary Gym. $55 for uniform; lessons are free. Instructor Bo Macfarlane. Tuesdays and Thursdays: Kettle River Art Club meets from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. In McArthur Centre. First Tuesday: Elks #493 monthly meeting at the Slavonic Hall in Grand Forks at 7pm. Info: 250-442-2856 or 250-442-4276. Second Tuesday: Greenwood Board of Trade meets at 7 p.m. upstairs at City Hall. Wednesdays until Dec 12: Storytime for preschool children at Greenwood library from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Preschool children aged 2½ to 5 years with parent or caregiver. Wednesdays: Boundary Guiding Unit Midway. Info Elaine Fromme 449-2309 or Sue Fielding 250-445-9955 Wednesdays: Greenwood & District Business Assoc. meeting. Anglican Church at 7 pm. Wednesdays: Drop in Bingo at Greenwood Seniors Centre, starts 5:30 pm. Wednesdays: Midway Cribbage 6:45 p.m. at Glenburn House –located at 607 Eighth Avenue. Everyone welcome. Wednesdays: Belly Dancing at Bridesville Hall from 6:30 – 8 p.m. No experience necessary. Free. Info: 250-446-2942. Second Wednesday: Boundary Citizen’s Patrol meets at Midway Senior’s Centre from 7 - 8 pm. Info: Wayne 250-449-2191, Paul 250-445-2111, or Wolfgang 250-446-2455. Third Wednesday: Rock Creek Women’s Institute meet for a potluck lunch at 11:45. Info: 250-446-2454 or 250-446 -2608. Third Wednesday: Main River Women’s Institute meets in Westbridge at 10 a.m. Info: 250-446-2616. Third Wednesday: Kettle Valley Wildlife Association meets at the range in Rock Creek at 7 pm. Third Wednesday: Greenwood Seniors Centre meeting. Info: 250-445-2290. Third Wednesday: Rock Creek & Boundary Fair Assoc. meets at 7 pm at the pavilion from March through November. Info: 250-446-2465. Last Wednesday: West Boundary Senior Housing Society meeting at 7 pm in Parkview Manor Midway. Thursdays: Singing Kettles choir group meets for practice - 4 p.m. at St Mary’s Church in Kettle Valley Thursdays: Kettle River Art Club Thursdays: The Riverside Artists meet from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Kettle Wildlife Hall. First Thursday: Rock Creek Medical Society meets at 7 p.m. in the boardroom of the clinic. First & Third Thursday: Food bank at the Evangel Chapel at 11 a.m. Donations welcome. Info 250-445-2125. Second & Fourth Thursday: Kettle River Lions Club meets at 7 p.m. in the Medical Clinic boardroom at Rock Creek. Thursdays and Fridays: Midway Summer Reading Club at the library. 10–11:15 a.m. – Age 4 to 10. Fridays: Bingo at Greenwood Community Hall. Doors open 5 p.m., early bird 7 p.m. Progressive jackpot. Fridays: Coffee at Midway Seniors Centre from 9:30 - 11. Fridays: Greenwood Legion 8-ball Tournament at 7 p.m. $2 per person - $1 to Legion & $1 to the pot, winner take all. Fridays: Overeaters Anonymous 11 a.m. - 12 noon at St. Jude’s Church in Greenwood. Fridays: Greenwood Legion Darts Night at 7 pm $3 drop in fee. Third Friday: Movie nights at Midway Community Hall; 7 p.m. Bring your own travel cup. $2 includes movie, drink and a popcorn. Saturdays: Lion’s Club Meat Draw, at Prospector Pub in Rock Creek. Starts at 3 p.m. Saturdays: Greenwood Royal Canadian Legion Canteen open 1-6 pm. 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There are currently three vacancies on the board: Bill Bosovich resigned during the summer, Dennis Culic has told the Boundary Creek Times he retired after the fair, and Ted Rexin sent his resignation by email following a board of directors meeting on Oct. 22. When Moat was later asked why the board was dealing with the letters before the meeting was called to order he said, “There was some information that we wanted to provide that didn’t have anything to do with the general fair business.” After the board left the room Haines was elected to chair the meeting and a secretary was designated to take notes. “If they were able to read these letters without Bill, Art and Pierre being here to me is not due process,” he told the room. “We came here tonight prepared to deal with the issue of their removal in a due-process manner.” Westbridge resident Ron Palmer then updated the meeting with news that Osoyoos lawyer John Cooper has been hired to try to compel the board to share financial documents with members who have been asking to see them since February. “The obligation for them to provide financial records is absolutely clear in law,” stated Palmer. “Tom and his group have done the right thing in hiring a lawyer and proper letters have been sent. In their reply they [the board] say they are not obligated to provide the types of documents that are asked for, i.e.: canceled cheques and bank statements is absolutely wrong.” The board has stated that cancelled cheques and bank statements do not fall under the definition of financial accounting information the board is obligated to provide by the Society Act. Problems at the association go back as far as two years ago when three newly-elected directors were given the option of apology or resignation by then-president Harfman after they began raising concerns about financial procedures. Former board member Ted Rexin spoke of his

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concerns about the decisions taken by the board through the year. “I feel there has not enough effort been made to provide the association with due process,” he said. Rock Creek resident Paul Chaput questioned the tactics of hiring lawyers. “This will resolve nothing. Everybody here should go search their souls, ask themselves if they want to spend money for litigation or if they want to resolve the issue in January without litigation and have a board do what it is they want them to do,” he said. Complicating that scenario is the requirement that one must attend a minimum of four meetings in the previous 12 months to be a voting member. This is very significant to some, like Rock Creek resident Donna Scott who says she needs her attendance at the November meeting to count toward her qualification to vote at the upcoming January annual general meeting. Scott is not alone, as others also wondered if the November meeting will be counted. “If everybody would have stayed calm tonight we would have dealt with just about everything that’s come up here,” Pownall said as the meeting neared an end. Board minutes circulated by Hayes prior to the meeting back him up. During the past month motions were passed by the board that would address some of the concerns. Motions passed include authorizing hiring an independent accountant to prepare a “Notice to Reader” year-end and file the T2 and an independent bookkeeper to do monthly bookkeeping. Minutes also show the board moving toward adoption of the Financial and Planning Committee Manual that was distributed to the members for review in mid-October. “The board of directors are still conducting fair business as usual we just have to sometimes conduct it outside of the chaos where we are allowed to actually discuss business,” Moat told the Boundary Creek Times on Sunday.

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Find Christmas at Mabel’s

Tammi Wilson and Donna Guenther have joined together to reopen Mabel’s Ice Cream in downtown Greenwood’s heritage block – only now it has become Mabel’s Christmas Store. They opened in early November and will remain open through Christmas Eve, but they also plan to carry on with the Christmas theme when they reopen next May. Stock-in-trade for the store includes handmade, unique consignment gifts suitable for both Christmas and other special times of the year. And, of course, the ice cream will be back in May too. “We are trying to keep the store unique, offering something distinctive from what others in town have,” said Tammi. And their big push is to market items that advertise Greenwood. They have Tshirts with the city’s logo on them now – both crew and V-neck. When they reopen in May they plan to expand that line to include magnets, cups and hoodies. “Different items with the Greenwood logo on it so that the products do some advertising for Greenwood,” she explained. Donna’s experience working at Mabel’s Ice Cream over the summer gave her the idea for the store. “People were asking for magnets and other tourist-type merchandise with Greenwood’s name on it, so we thought, “Hey – there’s a niche that isn’t being filled.’” Handling consignment goods gives local artists and others an opportunity to get their goods out there instead of just selling through craft fairs.

Tammi Wilson and Donna Guenther in the recently opened Christmas Store.

Merchandise on hand now includes some beautiful and unique items –cloth bowls, jewelry and jewelry hangers, dolls, lamps with custom-made shades, homemade cards, stained glass, knitting, quilts, tree decorations, birdhouses and art-deco clocks. Amoung the artists supplying the store are names such as Bonny Popoff, Tammy Popoff, Gerry Harcus, Valarie Collard, Diane Wells, Liz Mann, Tammi’s daughter April Logan and Donna’s sister Wendey Stenerud. They say the inventory will be constantly changing as they find new and unique items but that their goal is that at least half of their inventory will be handmade. Tammi says that Christmas is a special time for her. She used to work for Canada Post in Grand Forks and each year would take on the volunteer duty of writing Christmas letters to the kids in the Boundary area. “So for about six weeks

every Christmas I would probably write three to four hundred Christmas letters.” They are excited that the season might be more affordable for seniors living on fixed incomes. “They can come in and purchase a gift at a reasonable cost,” Donna says. “So far we’ve had a lot of feedback that our prices are very reasonable.” Prices range from 50¢ to $300 – with the high-end being the custom lamp shades made by Donna. Everything from stocking stuffers on up can be found here. The pair, who met while working together at the Pacific Grill next door to Mabel’s, has found their mix of creativity and business savvy makes for a good partnership. Mabel’s Christmas Store is open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., though they are considering expanding that to include Mondays during December and late-night openings complete with cookies are a good bet, as we get closer to Christmas.

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The Board of Education of School District 51 (Boundary) has announced the appointment of Kevin Argue as Superintendent of Schools effective July 1, 2013. The Board of Education followed an extensive, Canada-wide search for suitable applicants and is pleased to have selected a

British Columbia seniors who are planning accessibility improvements to their homes will receive a helping hand from the provincial government. One of the most significant items introduced in the provincial budget this year was the BC Seniors’ Home Renovation Tax Credit. The purpose of this new program is to allow seniors to create greater home mobility via retrofits of their primary place of residence. The credit applies to any purchases made after March 31, 2012. The home must be the individual’s primary place of residence, it must be in British Columbia and the individual must have turned 65 by December 31, 2012. The program calculates 10% of eligible expenditures – up to $10,000 – resulting in a maximum of a $1,000 cashback refund. The credit is available for purchases and services, as long as the payment, or the invoice date, falls after March 31, 2012. The list of eligible expenditures is quite extensive and includes the addition of home improvements such as bathroom grab bars, relocated light switches or accessible door locks. There are several advantages to this provincial credit versus the federal Home Renovation Tax Credit (HRTC)

which was allowed in 2009. The provincial credit is fully refundable, meaning you will be refunded the entire amount of the credit, rather than simply reducing your taxes owing. Unlike the HRTC, there is no minimum expense level required in order to qualify for the credit. If you spend $100, you will get 10% of $100 back: $10. If you live in a condo development, any expenditures made to improve access in the common condo area will also qualify for the credit. Please contact your strata board to determine if there were any eligible expenditures incurred during the year. There are no plans to discontinue this seniors’ credit in the future, so it should be available for 2013 and beyond. Please contact your local Kemp Harvey Group office to find out more information about this valuable credit. K. Sarah Kientz, CGA Sylvia Burch, CGA J.R. (Jim) Burch, FCGA www.khgcga.com

candidate from existing school district personnel. Argue has been with School District 51 since 1996. He is currently the principal of Dr. D.A. Perley Elementary School and prior to that was a vice-principal at Grand Forks Secondary School.

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A6 Boundary Creek Times Thursday, November 29, 2012

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Win-win when you shop local This is certainly not the first time you are going to read a shop local editorial in this newspaper and it won’t be the last. We hammer it home because it’s important and we’re not going to apologize. The reasons are many and you’ve likely heard them all. Yet, too many people in this community who love the lifestyle still make their buying decisions in isolation from what makes most sense for the greater good of our community. Spending your money outside the Boundary does nothing to sustain what we all cherish so much. Let’s take this very newspaper as an example. Presumably if you have gotten this far, you value local news and opinion. We do too and thank you for your support. What brings this newspaper to life every Thursday are the businesses you see scattered throughout these pages. These small retailers are as vital to our success as we are to theirs. They employ us and we in turn help employ them. The spinoff for readers is you continue to get all the important news, views, arts and sports this community is chock-full of. With the arrival of the Christmas shopping season, the push from local merchants and the regional chamber of commerce is stronger than ever. Local businesses need this season to make the books balance for the rest of the year. We need to support them. The temptation to travel to Spokane, Colville or Kelowna for shopping is strong, but those businesses will not provide your favourite community group with a donation for an event in April. The property taxes Okanagan and American businesses pay won’t help keep the roads plowed in the winter and our parks blooming in the summer. We are all partners in ensuring this tiny, fragile economy works. Money comes in, money goes out. If it stays local then everybody wins.

Letters Policy The Times welcomes letters to the editor that are of interest to our community. Whatever the subject, there are a few basic guidelines to follow before The Times will publish your comment. – Letters must be received by 4 p.m. Friday for the following week’s paper. – One letter per person per month. – Letters should be typed or neatly written and present the issues as clearly as possible in 350 words or less. – All letters must contain the name, address and signature of the writer, and a phone number where they may be reached during business hours. – Anonymous letters will not be published and pen names may not be used, except in exceptional circumstances at the discretion of the editor. – The editor reserves the right to edit for length, clarity or reject letters over matters of libel, legality, taste or style. Letters published do not necessarily reflect the editorial policy or belief of this newspaper. Send all letters to bctimesnews@shaw.ca

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“In storage” is code When I get up in the morning I often find a note on my In most cases we downsized. Because she’d moved from desk from Special K. Boston a lot of the downsizing happened there – things “Wake me up at 9:45. Love you always xoxoxo” or “Set were given to friends or the Sally Ann or whatever instead the alarm for 11:15 please.” of paying to haul redundancies across the continent. I found a really good one the other morning: “Pat, wake But for some reason her clock radio did make the trip. me and I’ll cook you food before you go to work.” I first became aware that it even existed when the alarm No problem with that kind of note at all. went off one morning. She’s gotten into recycling them now too. The You know you can get all kinds of devices “Set the alarm for 11:15 please” had a couple of to wake you up in the morning. The one that A LITTLE well-placed scribbles added to it and became PERSPECTIVE I had was kind and gentle, yet effectively per“Set the alarm for 11:45 please.” sistent. It begins with a soft beeping noise A couple of problems though – because these that gets progressively louder. notes are never dated, there is no guarantee that You are given half a chance to slowly the note that I am reading is current or not. open your eyes and greet the new day before We found that out a couple of weeks ago reaching over to turn it off. That is unless you when she came stumbling out of the bedroom lie there until it is beeping really loudly – but accusing me of leaving the alarm clock armed you only do that once, because it does evenPat when I got up. tually ratchet up the noise until it is imposKELLY The recycling idea is cool too, but one note sible to ignore. has gone around so many times that one of That’s not how Special K’s radio works the numbers is just a blob now – the scribbles though. Her radio goes to 110 decibels on she’s using to amend the notes may be well-considered but the very first beep. there is no way any further alteration of the numbers is Such FULL BLAST BEEPING that doesn’t give a fellow possible. “Set the alarm for 11:X5 please”, left me scratch- any option but to be on your feet in an instant – hypervening my head one day. Time to start over. tilating, heart racing and awake – very, very awake. I mentioned that to her the other day and was told the As Special K tells it, I had complained about her clock notes were all my idea in the first place. Not that I knew it radio soon after the marriage began and she put it in storbut they were! She went on to explain it to me. age. Hence the notes I find waiting so often in the mornIt seems when we’d begun living together after the wed- ing. ding she’d brought out her electric clock radio and put it You know what frightens me though? Her clock is in on her nightstand. storage and not at the thrift store? “In storage” around our Merging two households as we did left us with some house is a code word for “Special K knows where it is and doubles of some household items. Extra measuring cups, I don’t.” vacuums and the like. I better watch out, she’s armed and dangerous.

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Legal route is action for disclosure of documents Editor, The Times:

I want to clarify to all members at the meeting of the Rock Creek and Boundary Fair Association on Nov. 21, 2012, that the legal route being pursued, as discussed at the meeting, is not an action against any individual board member, it is strictly an action for Disclosure of Documents. The Society Act Section 37 Inspection

by Members states, “Unless otherwise provided in the bylaws, the documents, including the accounting records of a society must be open to the inspection of a director or member on reasonable notice to the society.” The Society Act section 36 Accounting Records as detailed as: (1) A society must keep proper accounting records in respect of all its financial and other transactions. (2) Without limiting subsection (1),

a society must keep records of the following: (a) all money received and disbursed by the society and the matter in respect of which the receipt and disbursement took place; (b) every asset and liability of the society; (c ) every other transaction affecting the financial position of the society. The fair association Bylaws 4.k states, “The Meetings Minutes book, and all ac-

Broader community also divided Editor, The Times:

It is the responsibility of all fair association members as well as the board to see that actions, communications, spending, rules of order, and treatment of members is done within the scope of our Fair constitution/ bylaws and within the Society Act. The Society Act is law and takes precedence over the fair constitution/ bylaws. Since March 2012, when I began coming to the meetings to understand the “issues” I have become aware of

what I perceive to be several breaches of the Society Act. These are as follows: • Addresses used to receive fair entry fees were not on file with the Registrar of Societies, • Three members were stripped of membership without due process, • Incorrect additional name on the list of directors on list filed with Registrar of Societies, • Incomplete accounting of Grant Money received, • Missing financial and other documents, • Non-disclosure of interest in a contract between several continuing

directors and the new Fair directors and along with this is speculation that some directors did not abstain from voting when seeking to make a contract with the Fair, • Member requests to see specific documents refused. In spite of several opportunities to resolve several of these perceived breaches; some of which were pointed out to you by other members, you have chosen not to. This has divided not only the fair membership but also the broader community. Norma Tilgner, Rock Creek and Boundary Fall Fair Society Member

Council questions burning bylaw MIDWAY LIBRARY MIDWAY

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Acting Mayor Dick Dunsdon brought the Midway Council meeting of Nov. 19 to order at 7 p.m. Council was given an information package including examples of open burning bylaws used by other municipalities. They are now considering amending the burning bylaw, which was last updated in 2007. Opinions vary on where to go with the issue, though. Councillor Marguerite Rotvold suggests that permits specify that only dry material be allowed to be burned. In contrast Councillor Gary Schierbeck is in favour of a total ban on burning, saying he sees no need for burning to be allowed. The issue was referred to a later meeting when Mayor Randy Kappes would be present for the discussion. *** Council continues to grapple with the question of policy regarding rental of the hangers; Councillor Darrin Metcalfe would like to see it defined. “Are we going to get revenue from them or not?” *** The first dump of snow of the season brought some questions from residents about the new snowplow that the village recently purchased.

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According to the village newsletter the decision to purchase the truck resulted from the white plow truck not being in compliance with Commercial Vehicle Safety Enforcement regulations. The costs associated with modifying the vehicle to bring it into compli-

ance were too extreme. What especially brought the new plow to the villagers’ attention was the fact that the new truck does not have a driveway gate, so residents will have to clean the mouth of their drive after the plow goes by.

counting books will be made available to an Association member on request.” The treasurer of the association has stated, “The books are the reports that I generate off at the computer, the bank statements and copies of invoices etc. (in other words the paper).” It is “the paper” that we have repeatedly requested access to, as is our right as association members. Tom Haines, Voting Member in Good Standing, Rock Creek

Decorating for a good cause - library sponsors Christmas Tree auction.

Bid on favourite tree

The Midway Public Library is holding a silent auction of decorated trees. Two- and four-foot trees have been decked and the library invites patrons to come in and bid on their favourite through Dec. 14. The highest bidder will get to take their tree home in time for Christmas. Librarian Stephanie Boltz credits Fran Elliott with the idea for the fundraiser. “We are also still accepting additional decorated trees for the auction,” she said. Boltz said the project is intended to assist in recouping some $4,700 in grant funding that was pulled back from the library over the past year.

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BCSS Jr. Girls take home championship

LISA BAIA Submitted

This past week ended a very successful girls’ volleyball season at BCSS. Our Grade 8 girls finished their season last Thursday with a play day in Castlegar. I was so pleased to have two full Grade 8 teams (13 girls) participating this year. One team won six of their eight games and our other team finished the season winning five out of eight games. I am certain that these girls are going to have a very successful season next year and I look forward to coaching them! Our junior girls team (Grade 8 and 9) travelled to Castlegar on Saturday for the West Kootenay

Volleyball Finals, where they competed against seven other schools: Grand Forks, two Castlegar teams, two Nelson teams and two Mt. Sentinel teams. With outstanding serving, hitting, digging and setting, the girls outplayed every team throughout the day. Our BCSS team won 12 out of 12 games - 0 losses and won the West Kootenay Junior Zone Championships, beating Mt. Sentinel in the finals! I was very proud of the determination and skill showed by these girls all season and I am expecting big things from them in their senior years – I am pretty sure that a trip to Provincials is in their future!

Bridge celebrates first anniversary The Bridge Drop In located in the Eighth Avenue white church in Midway will be celebrating their one-year anniversary next Monday, Dec. 3. Wendy Freeman has taken over as the leader, replacing Tammy Battersby who is working in Grand Forks now. They will be open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., their normal hours on the first and third Monday of each month. As always there will be a hot lunch available: soup made by Martin and Elaine Fromme and fresh homemade cinnamon rolls from their certified kitchen. Donations are welcome. Clothing items are only a quarter apiece or a dollar a bag; other items are $1 each. Freeman said they have well over 30 volunteers now – many hands make light work – from janitors to someone getting wood to another who drive the unused clothing donations to Kelowna, etc. “Please drop by to say hello,” said Freeman.

Selina Paul (left), Shelby Condon, Daniela Bergendahl, Madison Harpur, Madeline Baia, Ashley Vegh, Erin Ray and coach Mrs. Baia.

Gagnon named Baldy coach The Mt Baldy Alpine Club has been evolving in an exciting direction over the last five years, from a Nancy Greene racing program to full U12 and U14 ski racing program. The coach behind this exciting growth and success has been Warren Everton and the great parent volunteers of the racers. The program has taken the next step forward hiring a full-time head coach, Yanni Lou Gagnon. Yanni is a 24-year old CSCF Level 2 certified ski-racing coach; she has been skiing since age three, and is cousin to Canadian Alpine Racer Marie-Michele Gagnon. Yanni started skiing in Lac-Etchemin around Quebec City on a ski hill called Mont-Orignal. She raced from age five to

19. In the K1 Quebec Winter Games, she finished first in Super-G race and took second place on the GS. Yanni raced for bigger mountains all over the province and was always in the top five. At the age of 17 she attained her Level 1 in coaching and Level 2 at age 18. Yanni brings to Mt. Baldy, five years of coaching experience from Quebec, a solid province of technical ski racers. She said, “I’ll be the head coach this winter, it’s the most amazing experience for me, I’m so happy.” Her philosophy with ski racers? “As long as I can transmit my knowledge, experience and passion to those kids while having fun, they will improving themselves as ski racers and people.” Yanni has been assistant coach at Mt Baldy for one season; the transition to head coach is exciting for both the club, racers and Yanni. “I love coaching at Baldy and realize this is my lifetime dream. Go racers go!!!” If you’re interested in our great ski racing program and have a son or daughter age five and older, contact the club for – registration for Nancy Greene starting the beginning of January, and the U12 and U14 starting with training at the end of November. Contact Paul at okaped. com or check out our blog “baldyracers. blogspot.com/”. The program is about fun, progression and just becoming a great skier with the friends of Mt Baldy.

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Thursday, November 29, 2012 Boundary Creek Times A9 Thurs

Tickets selling fast for BCSS’ Grease

Tickets are almost sold out for the 2012 BCSS Christmas concert. This year the BCSS music and theatre classes are teaming up to present the musical Grease. Performances will be starting at 7 p.m. on Dec. 13, 17, 18 and 19 in the theatre at BCSS. Doors open at 6:30. Tickets for adults are $10 and $5 for students under 12. Ticket reservations are recommended, as seating is limited. Call Sue at 250-4492224 to make reservations and then pick

up the tickets at the school or pay at the door. Reserve early as this has all the indications of an amazing acting, singing, dancing and band performance, with all the fun characters and great music that Grease is so well known for! There are two different casts for the show, with some actors being double-cast and some not. In order to bring the show to the stage next month the cast and crew have been holding both lunch time and

after-school rehearsals. The BCSS Spirit Club will be offering a raffle and a silent auction in the Commons area as you go out to the theatre – a great opportunity to pick up some Christmas gifts at a reasonable price and to help our awesome Spirit Club. BCSS music and drama teacher Sarah (Needley) Tripp is excited about directing the musical.

“There is such a wealth of musical and dramatic talent in the youth of our community. This is the first year for music to return to BCSS and our kids have been given the opportunity to shine. A very exciting and gratifying experience for everyone involved.” she stated. Donation boxes for non-perishable food items for the Lions Christmas Food Hamper Drive will also be available.

Westbridge hosts fair New at The Times HUGS AND SLUGS Next week we will begin a Hugs and Slugs column in the Boundary Creek Times. It will be a lighthearted column intended to entertain – attacks on specific people and businesses will not be published. Editor’s discretion will always be exercised. If you have a hug or a slug, we’d like to hear it. Simply email bctimesnews@shaw.ca with your short quips, compliments or complaints. We will print the anonymous submissions for all to see. Be honest, but all we ask is that you keep it tasteful. You may also drop off a written submission to our office at 318 South Copper Street in Greenwood.

The Westbridge Craft Fair is an annual favourite with lunch provided by the Main River WI, lots of handmade crafts and goodies to select from and, of course, a visit by Santa.

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(Back row) Pravin Blasing - Kenickie, Calvin Metcalf - Dannie; (front) Joey Rankin Rizzo, Sarah Filgate - Sandy, Van Atkinson - Frenchy, Callie Williamson - Marty. These are only a few of the twenty students involved in the BCSS production of the musical Grease.

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A10 Boundary Creek Times Thursday, November 29, 2012

Artisan faire a two-day event

Come to gallery 2 in Grand Forks for the Sixth Annual Boundary Artisan Christmas Faire, Friday, Nov. 30 (10 a.m. to 5 p.m.) and Saturday, Dec. 1 (10 a.m. to 4 p.m.) at the Grand Forks Art and Heritage Gallery. This two-day event features the original work of members of the Boundary Artisan Association (BAA). This isn’t the “same old, same old,” contrary to ru-

artisans about their work, learn about their motivation to create and find out what makes their work distinctive. In the Heritage Gallery, wood turner Alex Semenoff will tell you his work is created with local wood and inlaid with Doukhobor brick, Rock Candy crystals, or Phoenix Mine ore to create a vessel with warmth, beauty and historical significance. Tracey Jory is a pillar in the Artisan Community, a member of the BAA board of directors, as well as a creative stained Serving the community since 1936 glass artist and jewellery designer. You’ll find her next to Alex in the Heritage Gallery. You know Maxwell Nicholson from the farmers’ market. This year he’ll have his famous cupcakes, fudge, and Christmas treats at the BAA Blaine R. Krist Christmas Faire for the first Our staff is committed to time. your complete satisfaction. There are three jewellery We pride ourselves on the artists at this year’s show with quality of our service, LOWEST PRICE, and our amazing beauty and sparkle. dedication to the community. Jill Gunnarson, who is in“We Invite You To Compare” spired by aboriginal artists, 5920 Kootenay Street has created awesome sterling Oliver, B.C. silver ear cuffs – worn with(Same location since 1974) out piercing, with gemstone Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. glitz. Sonya Wood has her Evening, Saturday and own inimitable style with Sunday by appointment semiprecious stones, feathers 250.498.3833 and wire. This year she has

mours you’ve heard. This year’s gathering of spectacular local talent promises to be the biggest and best show to date. With artists and artisans in every room of gallery 2, live harp music, refreshments by Habitat for Humanity, it will be the highlight of your Christmas traditions. This is your only opportunity this season to speak to the artists and

Church Directory GREENWOOD Sacred Heart Catholic Church Rev. Marcel Cote 326 Church Avenue Mass - Saturday 5 pm St. Jude’s Anglican Church of Canada Rev. Simon Shenstone 250-442-5808 145 S. Kimberley Services at 4pm (1st, 3rd & 5th Sunday) Evangel Chapel Interim Pastor Martin Fromme 250-449-1978 Food Bank 250-445-6571 410 N. Kimberley Service - Sunday at 10 am St. Columba United Church of Canada Rev. Kim Horwood 250-442-3311 101 S. Government Service & Sunday School - Sunday 9 am www.boundaryunited.ca MIDWAY Boundary Community Church Pastor Mark Danyluk 250-449-2644 at the Midway Community Hall Service - Sunday at 10 am

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Painter Leta Bak (above) and Harper Jennifer Fenn (below) will both be at the 6th annual faire.

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BRIDESVILLE Sidley Mountain Cowboy Church Pastor Ed Brouwer 250-495-4877 Service at 7 pm last Sunday of month Bridesville Hall

socks, hats, and felted scarves and bags. This year gifts from local wood, beautiful felted accessories are the highlight of this family’s craft. Leta Bak reveals the family heritage side of the Boundary in her singular paining style. “Local people, agriculturally based in the Boundary area. The idea is to promote what we are already accomplishing: people helping each other out, families having fun, local food production.” Leta is also bringing cookies and almond roca, made with organic sugar. Make memories with the Boundary Artisans at gallery 2 this Friday and Saturday.

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King of Kings New Testament & Academy Pastor Rick Steingard 250-449-2252 735 9th Ave Service - Sunday at 10 am

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silk yoga bracelets to add to your fashion statement. Jory displays both her jewellery and her stained glass decorative pieces that sparkle with colour and texture. Two potters grace the show, with whimsical pieces, functional dishes and beautiful sculptural work to add warmth and colour to your home. Sandy-Jo Lewis of Potterbees is back this year, with her hand painted, whimsical dishes, bird houses, and vessels. You’ll find Erika Vonbank in the gallery meeting room with her fanciful, humorous pieces in earthy glazes. One of the favourite places in Erika’s booth is the special bin, where everything is $5 and under. This is a great place for kids to shop for wildflower vases, dishes and tiny vessels for mom. Upstairs in the Richard Reid Gallery, the lavender, rose and lemon scents will welcome you. Locally made goat’s milk soaps and natural hand balms are extravagantly displayed in the Joybilee Farm booth, next to their local wool and mohair

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Police raid local drug lab

A long-term investigation culminated with the execution of three search warrants, one at a Christian Valley location. Kelowna RCMP assisted by federal and provincial RCMP units, shut down what they are calling a ‘super lab’ last week. The other two locations were in Kelowna. The Christian Valley raid took place on Wednesday, Nov. 21. During the search, police located an exothermic reaction ecstasy (MDMA) lab and caught several occupants on site allegedly in the act of “cooking” both MDMA and its precursors. A second search was conducted on a storage locker in Kelowna where police located chemical precursors used in the production of ecstasy. The third search involved a residence on Chute Lake

Road. The ‘E’ Division Clandestine Lab Enforcement and Response Team was deployed and attended the first two sites for assessment and to conduct the safe dismantling and processing of the scenes. While police were not able to confirm that the lab was linked to organized crime, Inspector Rick Flewelling, Operations Support Officer of the Kelowna RCMP, said the level of production “points directly to the involvement of organized crime groups motivated by profit.” Ryan Patrick Novy, Alesya Efimenko, William Charles Forrest and Bradley Fraser Garth have been charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance for the Purpose of Trafficking and Produc-

Grand Forks Gazette Editor

The final of Saturday night’s Chase HeatGrand Forks Border Bruins game in Midway was 8-3, with the locals coming out on the winning end. While there was no scoring in the first, the floodgates opened for Grand Forks in the second period and the team never looked back. Connor Gross, Nathan Cory, Brandon Savaia, Connor Bowen, Jacob Jeske, Jackson Purvis, Coleton Dawson and Connor Kidd scored for the Border Bruins while Robert Dunsmuir stopped 32 of 35 shots to earn the win. “It was definitely nice, we were firing on all cylinders and I don’t think Chase put its best foot forward,” explained Nick Deschenes, head coach and GM of the Border Bruins. “So that combination, a good crowd, a good environment in Midway, we ended up scoring eight goals so it was nice for us to start connecting,” Jeske (four points on the night) and Purvis (three points) were the first and second star selections respectively and Jeske has certainly made an impression since joining the team in earlyNovember – he has nine points in six games with Grand Forks. “Right now he’s pretty confident,” Deschenes said of 17-year-old Jeske. “He’s a younger player but he’s fitting in really well with Connor Gross and Jackson Purvis, so as a line, they’re pretty strong so that’s a big key to his success right now.” The eight goals by the team is not only the highest offensive output by the team this year but over the past few seasons, a testament to the team’s desire and work ethic according to the coach.

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tion of a Controlled Substance. Police found about 3.5 kilograms of ecstasy and more than $85,000 in cash during the raids. More arrests and further charges may be recommended pending further investigation. The bust garnered praise for the Kelowna and Boundary Regional RCMP for their efforts from the Honourable Vic Toews, Minister of Public Safety and the Honourable Ron Cannan, Member of Parliament for Kelowna-Lake Country, on Tuesday. Labs like this can pose huge fire risks and potential HAZMAT situations to the immediate environment, neighborhood and community due to the chemicals that are used in the making of the drugs.

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“It’s tough to score goals but it’s even tougher if you’re not hungry and not doing the right things to score goals and we were doing the right things so that was the end result,” said Deschenes. Unfortunately, the team wasn’t able to carry any momentum to a road game against the Spokane Braves on Sunday afternoon and lost 6-4. Savaia, Purvis (with a pair) and defenceman Chase Anchikoski scored for Grand Forks in that game. Dunsmuir started in net again, as Dominic Stadnyk was suffering with a lower body injury. Deschenes said he’s day-to-day and should be good for games this coming weekend “We really needed to beat Spokane, that’s a given, and we just lacked in a lot of areas (Sunday afternoon) but things are moving forward and it’s business as usual,” Deschenes said. The team also lost 6-4 to the Castlegar Rebels last Thursday with Dawson, Bowen, Brendan Enns and Gross scoring for Grand Forks. Stadnyk stopped 40 of 46 shots that game. The Border Bruins play a home-and-home series with the Nelson Leafs, with a game in Grand Forks on Thursday and one in Nelson on Friday. The team then hosts Kimberley on Saturday.

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REGIONAL DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY BOUNDARY

ATTENTION RESIDING DOG OWNERS IN GRAND FORKS, GREENWOOD AND ELECTORAL AREAS C & D

Every person who is the owner, possessor or harbourer of a dog(s) over the age of 4 months is required to hold a valid license for that dog(s). The minimum fine for not having a license for that dog is $50.00. Licenses may be obtained in The 2013 tags are now available and the fees Grand Forks up to January 31, 2013 are as follows: at the Neutered male dog ...............$ 15.00 Regional Spayed female dog................$ 15.00 District of Male dog ................................$ 25.00 Kootenay Female dog ............................$ 25.00 Boundary Dog or hobby kennel .............$100.00 office, 2140 Central Avenue, Fees starting on or after February 1, 2013: Greenwood Neutered male dog ...............$ 30.00 City Hall and Spayed female dog................$ 30.00 the Butcher Male dog ................................$ 40.00 Block at Female dog ............................$ 40.00 Christina Lake. Dog or hobby kennel .............$150.00


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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY BOUNDARY WOMEN’S RESOURCE CENTRE Position: Program Manager Salary range/wage rate: 17.15 per hour Shift Schedule: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Anticipated start date: December 12th, 2012 NATURE OF THE POSITION The program manager will provide a drop-in program; manage volunteers and host events. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS • Work well as part of a team and independently • Excellent time management and organization skills • Good interpersonal and communication skills • Good public speaking skills • Good writing skills • Grant writing an asset To apply for this position, please call the Transition House for the application form and submit it with your resume to the address below. The Boundary Women’s Resource Centre is committed to ongoing opportunities for personal and professional growth to all staff. Please forward your resume to Connie Marchal, Boundary Women’s Coalition Coordinator on or before December 12th, 2012. Please note that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Mail to Box 181, Grand Forks, BC V0H 1H0, Fax: 250-442-3600, Phone: 250-442-3131 or Email: connie_bwcshelter@telus.net

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY BOUNDARY WOMEN’S Transition House Position: Replacement Worker Salary range/ wage rate: $ 17.15 per hour Shift schedule: on call Anticipated start date: middle of December NATURE OF THE POSITION Boundary Women’s Transition House requires a Replacement Worker to provide emotional support, information and referrals to women fleeing abusive situations. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS • Degree in related field or combination of education, relevant experience and training in the domestic violence field • An understanding of the impact on children of witnessing abuse • Ability to work well as part of a team and independently when on shift • Excellent time management and organization skills • Good interpersonal and communication skills • Ability to work well in stressful and crisis situations • Previous Transition House work and/or Transition House Module Training an asset but not required. The Boundary Women’s Transition House is committed to ongoing opportunities for personal and professional growth for all staff. Please forward your resume to the attention of Connie Marchal, Transition House Coordinator on or before December 12th, 2012. Please note that only short listed applicants will be contacted. Mail to Box 181 Grand Forks, BC V0H 1H0, Fax: 250-442-3600, Phone: 250-442-3131 or Email: connie_bwcshelter@telus.net

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Powered dust collector. Keeps the dust down in your shop. Never been used. $450 obo. Call 250-446-2761.

Greenwood 3bdrm, 1.5 bath, fenced yard, sm greenhouse, sm shed, sm pet negotiable. $750/m every month. 604-9510533.

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

Real Estate Park-like treed 3 or 4 acres. Frontage on paved road. Nature at your back door. On east Kettle River up Christian Valley, north of Westbridge. Good boating, fishing, hunting, hiking, biking, swimming & rafting. Reduced to sell. 3 acres $90,000. 4 acres $120,000, 20% down. 250446-2761.

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Thursday, November 29, 2012 Boundary Creek Times A15

Christmas is the time for giving The Boundary Creek Times would like to offer

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on a subscription to any and all new subscribers and

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on any individual classified ads. All you have to do is bring in a non-perishable item(s) and the offer is yours! All food items will be donated to the Lions Christmas food hampers. Offer expires December 14

Santa Claus has asked the Boundary Creek Times to help collect his letters this year and we wouldn’t want to disappoint him. Send us your letters and we will publish them in our Dec. 20th issue just before Santa picks them up! Just remember to put your name and age at the bottom of your letter. For all the grown ups – do you have a special Christmas memory you would like to share? How about a favourite Christmas recipe or tip? Old Christmas postcards or photos? Thoughts on the holiday season? A memorable gift? We would love to have you share these with our readers. Christmas Greetings - Dyan will be contacting businesses again this year but it is open to the public as well! If you would like to send a greeting out to your friends and family call, email or drop in at the office and she will be more than happy to help you with ideas. Any businesses that have not participated in the past are welcome to contact Dyan as well. Send us your letters and info to The Boundary Creek Times, Box 99, Greenwood, B.C. V0H 1J0 or email to bctimesads@shaw.ca or drop off at the office at 318 South Copper Avenue in Greenwood. Deadline for all submissions is 4:00 PM, Dec. 10. A special pull out section will be published in the Dec. 20th edition.

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A16 Boundary Creek Times Thursday, November 29, 2012

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Monday - Saturday 9:30 am - 4:00 pm • Sunday Closed Okanagan Grown Fuji Apples

49¢/lb Super Sweet 5 lb 350/box Mandarin Oranges Green Bell Peppers 89¢/lb Red & Yellow Bell 175/lb Peppers 50 Mini Honey 2 / 1.5 lb box or Mandarin Oranges

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Always in Stock

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at the Bridesville Hall Saturday, Dec. 8 10 am - 4 pm Showcasing local artisans & businesses. Lunch, refreshment & Sweet Delights. To rent a table or more info call Lynda at 250-446-2980

Kettle River Lions Club Membership: 250.528.0055 – Tom Donations: 250.446.2096 – Les Suggestions: 250.449.2291 – Margaret Information: 250.446.2455 – Wolfgang SERVING THE WEST BOUNDARY FOR OVER 25 YEARS

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Rock Creek “lights up”

Two Christmas tree lightup celebrations in Rock Creek last weekend heralded the holiday season with the splendour of brightness and cheer. On Saturday night Canadianna Spicery and the Rock Creek Trading Post hosted the community on the Trading Post patio. The Culpeppers were on hand to sing followed by carols. Hot dogs and hot chocolate were available for a donation to Local Food Sharing. On Sunday evening there was another light-up across the street at Rags, Relics and Rutabagas. There the community enjoyed live music, a bonfire, a hot meal and the opportunity to “laugh, visit, reconnect and understand,” said Pat Pownall. “Our purpose tonight is to proudly light our beautiful little community and shed some brightness and cheer for those who pass in the dark winter hours,” she declared. “We meet to celebrate our place in the world, to acknowledge and be grateful for our safety, security and peace. “Merry Christmas and happy holidays.”

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The Cullpeppers (left) were performing at the Saturday evening Rock Creek Christmas Tree light up. On Sunday Discover Rock Creek hosted another light up (below). Proving that, as far as Christmas cheer goes, it’s not possible to have too much of a good thing.

Boundary Creek Times, November 29, 2012  

November 29, 2012 edition of the Boundary Creek Times

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