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And they’re off at the Annual Turkey Run-Off held during the Christmas holidays at the Lois Creek Trails. This year’s race had 88 contestants, the most ever. Jim Webster of the Kootenay Orienteering Club reports lots of a families having a great time. See more on page 3.

Rotary raising funds in Kimberley and beyond Club active in 147 communities in BC; $8.5 million raised CAROLYN GRANT editor@dailybulletin.ca

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lumbia raised a quite amazing $8.5 million last year. That means that in communities large and small, from Vancouver to Kimberley, Rotarians were doing whatever it took to raise funds for at home charities and international humanitarian work. Or, as Kimberley Rotary Presi-

dent Pat Barclay put it, “We’re not just sitting around having lunch once a week.” This is the first time a survey was conducted of the 147 Rotary clubs in the province to estimate the total amount of money received in one year for community projects and humanitarian work.

Rotary clubs are semi-autonomous therefore do not generally report their fundraising. “I knew the amount raised by clubs was high but never thought that would reach $8.5 million. This report demonstrates the often unreported impact of volunteer fundraising in our com-

munities,” the author of the report, Chris Offer, from Delta said. Barclay says that the Kimberley Club, which meets Wednesdays at noon at BJ’s Restaurant, says about $30,000 was raised in Kimberley over the past year. See ROTARY, page 4

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Community snapshot The Annual Turkey Run-Off Lois Creek Trails Kimberley

Saturday, December 29, 2012

All photos courtesy Frida Viklund

A mass start sends the snowshoers off.

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Rotary raising funds in Kimberley and beyond From Page 1 How does a small club with only 30 members raise that kind of money? By putting in a lot of volunteer hours. “We are a small club but a fairly active one. We do a number of different fundraisers, the major one being Lobster Fest,” Barclay said. “That raises in the area of $12,000 to $15,000 each year. We do Rib Fest. We do pancake breakfasts, we are planning a Spring Fling. We make about a $1000 working JulyFest. We’ve got 30 local members and they kick in about $6000 each year in donations.” As well as providing funding and labour for many local projects such as parks, playgrounds and trails, the Club also contributes to major Rotary International projects such as the polio campaign and the Rotary Foundation. “We get grants back from the Foundation,” Barclay said. “For instance we made a fairly healthy donation to the Child Development Centre in Cranbrook and we got some of that back from the Founda-

tion.” He points out that in Rotary, no one is paid to do administration, the organization is 99 per cent volunteer. The Kimberley Rotary Club counts on extra help from a group known as Friends of Rotary. “These fantastic people don’t pay dues or attend regular meetings, but whenever we need some extra hands, they come our religiously. Whatever we’re doing — pancake breakfasts, building trails, they come out.” It’s not just major projects that Rotary involves itself with. There are countless little projects supported by the Kimberley Rotary Club. They buy the cookies and coffee for the annual flu clinics. They support the Food Bank and the community dinner, and they are always looking for projects that Bulletin file photo help youth. One of the most suc- President Pat Barclay, right, and the rest of the Rotary team man the pancake trailer during KIOTAC 2012. cessful campaigns locally has been the Rotary ShelterBox program, after a major disaster at the 2008 Fall Fair, to disaster areas all over pushes Rotary and Kim- munity support.” led by Graham Mann. berley is a really neat such as an earthquake, $104,000 has been the world. If you are interested A ShelterBox is a from cooking utensils to raised. Every $1000 It is that kind of com- community to operate in becoming a member sturdy tent, supplied water purifiers. In the buys a ShelterBox, so munity support that in. When we have Lob- of Rotary, contact any with everything a family four years since Mann Kimberley has been re- drives the club, Barclay ster Fest, we sell out. Rotary member or drop would need to survive introduced the Shelter- sponsible for sending says. Any project we take on by BJ’s Wednesdays at “Community is what we get fantastic com- noon. Box to the community over 100 ShelterBoxes

Living with dementia in the East Kootenay Support is out there; here’s where to look Annalee Gr ant Townsman Staff

Alzheimer’s disease and dementia affects 1,500 families in the East Kootenay, yet many people don’t know much about it until they are suddenly faced with its reality. The Alzheimer Society Canada has launched a campaign called See Me – Not My Disease, highlighting dementia and trying to eliminate the stigma that newly diagnosed patients deal with. Right here in the East Kootenay Darryl Oakley is working towards the same goal while helping families become caregivers. Oakley is the Regional Psychogeriatric Caregiver Support person for Elderly Services at the Cranbrook Health Unit. “One of the things I’m trying to do is reduce stigma,” Oakley said. While his focus is on caregivers and supporting families, Oakley has access to a wide array of information and resources for all

parties involved. He covers the entire East Kootenay region from Creston to Golden and the Elk Valley, but he is based out of Cranbrook. Within the region, he said there are 1,500 families dealing with dementia every day. “It’s a bit higher in the East Kootenay than other areas, and that’s really about the demographic,” Oakley said. Caregiver Support workers help in a number of ways. Oakley said every family that comes to him has a different need, and it’s his job to listen and come up with a solution. He can provide information on home care, facility placement and palliative care if the situation calls for it. “It’s the entire dementia journey that I work with families,” Oakley said. “It’s really to offer support.” The first step is the diagnosis, and then for Oakley, getting the right information for the right patient. “We start with a ton of information,” he said. A diagnosis often happens when the patient or caregiver starts to notice changes in behaviour. If they come to Oakley

first, he refers them directly to a physician for a thorough check up. The doctor then refers the patient to Elderly Services if they would like to access support there. The needs of every family are always different, as the diagnosis of dementia or Alzheimer’s disease depends on what stage of progression it is at. “They always have different needs when they come in,” Oakley said. Included in the hand-out information, is always where and how to access support for caregivers. “The whole goal is to make sure they know they are supported,” Oakley said. Across the East Kootenay are a number of support groups. In Cranbrook, services are offered on the second and fourth Monday of each month from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the Joseph Creek Care Village Board Room. In Kimberley, services take place at the Kimberley Special Care Home’s The Pines Day Program Room on the first Thursday of every month from 1 p.m. to 2:45 p.m. Oakley said the caregiver sup-

port meetings are invaluable. “Those are a really important piece for caregivers,” he said. Interior Health provides the funding for the groups in the area. They often assist families dealing with cognitive decline, or dementia, but other illnesses related to aging can be supported there as well. To be eligible, the patient must be over 65. These groups are facilitated with help from the Alzheimer’s Society of B.C., which provides services across the province. Oakley said they deliver services with the help of health units like the one in Cranbrook. “It’s a big province, and not a huge society,” he said. The society tries to bring seminars to the East Kootenay at least twice a year, but currently does not have an office in the East Kootenay. Oakley said the services provided by the health unit vary. Sometimes he has to track down information for patients and their family in their mother tongue – which can be tricky. He remembers having to network with the Alzheimer’s Society of Australia once to find information pam-

phlets in a particular language. Oakley says that networking is one of the most important parts of his job. He has a great relationship with Interior Health geriatrics specialist Dr. Randy Grahn, who is based out of Creston. “That’s what he’s there for – to help us out,” Oakley said of Grahn. Networking is key to the seasonal Kootenay Caregivers Network newsletter as well. The newsletter is produced several times a year, with Oakley often contributing. It highlights certain issues for caregivers and provides information on where to access support groups. It also highlights research into dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. See Me – Not My Disease is celebrating patients across the country who live happily with the disease, in an attempt to reduce the stigma that many newly diagnosed patients experience. This story is the first in a series in the Townsman/Bulletin looking at what it means to receive a diagnosis of dementia, and what services are out there for caregivers and patients.


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Kimberley success story comes to an end

The recently announced demise of the Africa. It is a film about hope and inspiraKimberley International Old Time Accordi- tion, truth versus illusion, and the resonaton Championships is a sad reflection on ing power of music. Tickets are $10, availthe difficulty that not-for-profit arts groups able at Lotus Books, or $12 at the door. Saturday, January 12 have in remaining financially viable despite Myrtle Mountain Snowshow their artistic success. KIOTAC has been one The Kimberley Nature Park Society inof the most successful festivals in the Kootenays, if not in the province, attracting vites you to join members in a snowshoe thousands of accordion lovers from all over hike to Myrtle Mountain viewpoint in the Nature Park today. Meet at the continent each July for the Swann Avenue entrance the liveliest outdoor/inEye on at 10 a.m. for this 3 to 4 hour, door party of the summer. entertainment 10.5 km hike to the top of The decline in attendance, Myrtle Mountain and back and therefore of revenue, Mike along the Army Road and in the past few years is Redfern Mountain Mine Road. Bring most probably due to the a lunch and a hot drink and overall decline in the Cadress warmly. nadian and US economies Ballroom Dance Party although other factors, such as the reduced Tonight the Kimberley Dance Academy mobility of many of its aging visitors, may also have contributed somewhat. Add to will hold the first of five Saturday night that the burn-out that many of the KIOTAC Open House Ballroom Dance Parties feavolunteers must be feeling after the many turing Jive. This will be followed January 26 years of hard work putting on such an am- by Salsa, February 9 by 2-Step and Country, bitious show and it is not surprising that February 23 by Argentine Tango, and the festival has finally come to an end. It is March 9 by Salsa & Swing. Each dance with sadness and gratitude to Jeanie Irvin, party will run from 8.30 to 11 p.m. and will Bill Bearg, and others too numerous to be preceded by a drop-in dance lesson mention that we bid farewell to this iconic from 7 to 8.30 p.m. Dancers of all skill levels can attend all five ballroom dance parties piece of Kimberley’s history. at the Kimberley Dance Academy for just $45 per person. To register and for more Wednesday, January 9 information call 250-427-7737 or 250-426Fibre Arts Group Kimberley & District Fibre Arts Guild 1142. Piano Man at BJ’s meets tonight at 7 p.m. in the weaving stuDustin Mousue, Kimberley’s Piano dio at Centre 64. Anyone interested in joining this group which meets every Wednes- Man, will be entertaining tonight at BJ’s day afternoon or evening should contact Creekside Pub. Tuesday, January 15 Becky Pelkonen at 250-432-9549 or Centre Hoola Hoop 64 at 250-427-4919. Heidi Bisgaard will conduct Hoola Hoop Tai Chi Tai Chi slow movement meditation classes at Centre 64 this evening and each classes are conducted by Adele Norman at Tuesday evening until April 30 from 7 to 9 Centre 64 each Wednesday afternoon from p.m. Anyone wishing to take part in this full 3 to 4 p.m. If you’d like to join, call Centre 64 body workout should call Centre 64 at 250427-4919. at 250-427-4919. Wednesday, January 16 GoGo Grannies Travelogue The Armchair Traveller The GoGo Grannies present a second The Armchair Traveller will present a travelogue by Sabine and Gabe Pfieffer this evening at 7 p.m. in the College of the Rock- travelogue about Korea by Andrea Kaufman ies lecture theatre. This blend of pictures and Daniel Baily, who taught and toured in and music describes a tour of Laos and Korea, this evening at 7.30 p.m. at the Wasa Thailand. Admission is by donation. For Community Hall. A silver collection will be more information contact Norma at 250- made in support of the community hall and coffee, juice and a snack will be avail426-6111. able following the presentation. Through Youthful Eyes Thursday, January 17 Kimberley Arts Council’s exhibition You Should Write That ‘Through Youthful Eyes’ opened yesterday Cranbrook & District Arts Council offers at Centre 64 featuring works by students of Kootenay Orchards and Pinewoods Ele- a Family History/Memoirs Writing series of mentary Schools, Parkland Middle School, workshops entitled ‘You Should Write Kimberley Alternate School, Kimberley In- That!’ with Sioux Browning this evening dependent School, and Selkirk Secondary from 6 to 10 p.m., continuing on January School. An opening reception will be held 17, 24, 31 and February 7. The deadline for registration is January 8 and the registrafrom 2 to 4 p.m. this Saturday, Jan. 12. tion fee is $120 for CDAC members, $140 Nude Art Cranbrook & District Arts Council’s for non-members. Call CDAC at 250-426Nude Art exhibition in the Artrageous Gal- 4223 to register and for more information. Friday, January 18 lery opened yesterday and runs to Feb. 2. Theatre Camp Library Showcase Display The fourth of seven Pro D Day Theatre The display in the Cranbrook Public Library showcase for the month of January is Camps for young actors takes place today of lively and amusing metal sculptures by at Fort Steele Heritage Town from 9.30 a.m. to 3.30 p.m., offering instruction by Lisa Cranbrook artist Karen McColl. Aasebo in an aspect of theatre perforLillith Affair Tickets Tickets for the February 28/March 1 & 2 mance. To register and for more informaperformances of A Lillith Affair at Centre 64 tion call Lisa at 250-420-7154 or email lisa. are now available at Natural Attraction and aasebo@fortsteele.bc.ca. After School Art Program Sole to Soul in Kimberley and Lotus Books The Creative Kids after school art proin Cranbrook for $25 each. gram for children 7 years old and older Thursday, January 10 continues at Centre 64 today with a workSearching for the Sugar Man The Rockies Film series presents the shop in Painting Minecraft, creating pixilatmovie ‘Searching for Sugar Man’ this eve- ed paintings based on the gaming sensaning at 7 p.m. in the Columbia Theatre. It is tion, from 3.15 to 4.45 p.m. For more infora story about little known 60s musician mation about this and future Creative Kids Rodriguez whose Dylan-like album be- after school art classes call 250-427-4919 or came a phenomenon in apartheid South check out Kimberley Arts on Facebook.

Saturday, January 19 HomeGrown Coffeehouse The next HomeGrown Coffeehouse performance at Centre 64 will take place tonight starting at 8 p.m. Performers include Laurie Stewart, Heather Wattie and Cosima Wells, Ben Van der Werf and Deb Anhorn, Ken Johnson and Jeannie McDonald, the Bunk House Boys, Marta Zeeger and Geoff Haynes, Reg Parsons, Dan Unger and Clayton Parsons, Dan and Juanita Unger, and piano students Aiden and Liam Szalanski. Tickets are $7, available at the Snowdrift Café or at the door. Tuesday, January 22 Have Camera Will Travel The next travelogue in the Have Camera, Will Travel series in the Theatre at Centre 64 will be about Guatemala, presented by Karen Vold Oakley at 7.30 p.m. this evening. Admission is by donation, proceeds going to support the Kimberley Arts Council and Centre 64 Expansion. Friday, January 25 Creative Kids This afternoon from 3.15 to 4.45 p.m. at Centre 64 the Creative Kids after school art program for children aged 7 and up will offer the first of two consecutive Friday classes in ceramics, making and glazing heart-shaped bowls. The drop-in fee is $10. For more information and to register your child, call Centre 64 at 250-427-4919. Saturday, January 26 Collage Workshop Today and tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Centre 64 a work shop will be conducted by Creston artist Win Din entitled Collage – Playtime for Adults, in which Win will teach 10 ways to create a surface for painting, add found objects, and complete your painting. The fee is $137.50 plus HST for Kimberley Arts Council members and $150 plus HST for non-members, plus the cost of supplies. For more information and to register call Centre 64 at 250-427-4919. Social Dance The Cranbrook Seniors will host a social dance this evening from 7 to 11 p.m. at the Cranbrook Seniors Hall on 2nd Street South. You are invited to come and dance to the music of Tuck’s Troubadours. Admission is $10. Social dances at the seniors’ hall are a monthly community event. For a schedule of dances call Flo at 250-4892720. Wednesday, January 30 Cities of the Danube The Armchair Traveller will present the travelogue ‘Famous Cities on the Danube’, a mix of river cruising and cycling with Donella MacIntyre and Rene Farwig, at the Wasa Community Hall this evening at 7.30 p.m. There will be a silver collection, proceeds supporting the community hall. Coffee, juice, and a snack will be offered following the show. Thursday, January 31 Surviving Progress Wildsight presents the next film in the One Planet Film Series tonight at 7.30 p.m. at the College of the Rockies lecture theatre and tomorrow, Feb. 1, at 7.30 p.m. at Centre 64 when the award-winning documentary, ‘Surviving Progress’, will be screened. The film presents the story of human advancement as awe-inspiring and double-edged, revealing the grave risk of running the 21st century’s software on the ancient hardware of our primate brain and contemplating our evolution from cave-dwellers to space explorers. Admission is by donation.

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UPCOMING Wed. Jan. 9th The GoGo Granny’s are happy to have Sabine and Gabe Pfieffer present their second travelogue. A short commentary will lead us on a beautiful tour of Loas and Thailand. College of the Rockies Lecture Theatre at 7:00. Admission is by donation. Norma at 250-426-6111 if you have any questions. January 9th. Kimberley Garden Club is on winter sessions. January program: will be members brainstorming their program ideas for 2013. Selkirk High School Library 7-9 pm. New members welcome. For more info: Nola 250-427-1948. B.C. Government Retired Employees Association, Rky Mtn Branch, will be holding their Christmas luncheon meeting at the Bavarian Chalet, Sam Steele Rm, Jan. 9, 12-noon. Guest Speaker: Ron Schatschneider Notary Public. FMI: Jack Selman 489-5930. Sunday, January 13 Snowshoe the Potato (First) Butte area of Wycliffe with the Rocky Mountain Naturalists. Explore this protected area, look for animal tracks and enjoy the views. Meet at the parking area, end of McClure Rd. FMI Daryl 250-489-1601 The East Kootenay Railway Pensioners Association Social Luncheon, 12:30pm, Tuesday Jan.15th at the Bavarian Chalet (Day’s Inn) 600 Cranbrook St.N, Cranbrook. All Railway Retiree’s and Spouses are welcome. RSVP by Jan.11th. FMI Contact Secretary Frances Allan 250-426-2720 or Bill Belding 250-426 5006 “You Should Write That” – Family History and Memoir Writing with Sioux Browning. Held at the Cranbrook & District Arts Council Office at 135 10 Avenue S in Cranbrook from 6-10pm on Thurs Jan 17,24,31 and Feb 7. Please contact the CDAC office at 250426-4223 for more information. ONGOING Cranbrook Senior Centre, Branch 11 holding their meetings every third Thursday a month. 1:30pm at the hall. We always welcome new members. Play and Learn Parenting/Literacy Program – 8 week registered program for parents with preschool children with a facilitated play and activity component for children. Kimberley Early Learning Centre Kim 250-427-4468. StrongStart BC - FREE family drop-in program for preschoolaged children accompanied by a parent. Kimberley Early Learning Centre. Activities include circle time, play centers, nutritious snack and active play. Monday 9 - 12, Tuesday 9 - 12, Thursday 9 – 12, Friday 9 - 12. Gina 250-427-5309. Treehouse—Families with children 5 & under are invited to come play. Free drop-in program in gym of Kimberley Early Learning Centre. Transportation avail. Tuesdays, 9:00 - 12:00. Diana 250-427-0716. Canadian Cancer Society- if you have spare time and would like to volunteer, interested applicants can call 250-4268916, drop by our office at #19-9th Avenue S, Cranbrook or go to www.fightwithus.ca and register as a volunteer. ICBL-Duplicate Bridge–Senior Center in Cranbrook. Mon & Wed 7pm, Thurs & Fri 1pm at Scout Hall, Marysville. Info: Maggie 250-417-2868. Tai Chi Moving Meditation every Wednesday 3-4 pm at Centre 64. Starts November 7th. Call Adele 250-427-1939. Cranbrook Phoenix Toastmasters meet every Thursday, noon - 1:00 Heritage Inn. Toastmasters teaches communication & leadership skills. Roberta 250-489-0174. 1911.toastmastersclubs.org. Breast Cancer Support Group in Kimberley. Information about meetings please call Daniela 250-427-2562 or Lori 250-427-4568. Super Christmas Bargains: Bibles For Missions Thrift Store Closed Dec. 23 – Jan. 1, open Wed. Jan. 2 with wonderful bargains for you! The Cranbrook Skating Club is offering skating lessons for learners of all ages. Pre-CanSkate (for pre-schoolers), CanSkate (ages 4 & up), Intro-StarSkate (learn to figure skate), StarSkate (for advanced levels of figure skating), CanPowerSkate (skating skills for hockey players) and Adult lessons. Kathy Bates (Registrar) at 250-432-5562. Do you have 3 hours a week to give? Contact the Kimberley Health Care Auxiliary Thrift Shops at 250-427-2503 (Brenda) or 250-427-1754 Gayle) for volunteer opportunities: cashiers, sorters, after hours cleaners. CRANBROOK QUILTERS’ GUILD hold their meetings every 2nd & 4th Tuesday of each month at 7:15pm upstairs in the Seniors’ Hall, 125-17th Ave. S. Everyone welcome. Info: Betty at 250-489-1498 or June 250-426-8817. Community Acupuncture. By donation – Each Tuesday 4-6 pm, Roots to Health Naturopathic Clinic, Kimberley Health Centre – Lower Level, 260 4th Ave. 778-481-5008. Please visit: www.rootsto-health.com for more info. Place your notice in your “What’s Up?” Community Calendar FREE of charge. This column is intended for the use of clubs and non-profit organizations to publicize their coming events — provided the following requirements are met: • Notices will be accepted two weeks prior to the event. • All notices must be emailed, faxed or dropped off in person. No telephone calls please. • NOTICES SHOULD NOT EXCEED 30 WORDS. • Only one notice per week from any one club or organization. • All notices must be received by the Thursday prior to publication • There is no guarantee of publication. Notices will run subject to space limitations.

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woke up this morning unaware that I was about to have an awesome day. I flipped open my computer and the first thing I saw was a Facebook post from one of my favourite bands of all time, the Dropkick Murphys, saying their new album was out. Huzzah! But then I was struck by a confusing thought: should I go for the instant gratification of an iTunes purchase? Or should I order the hard copy and wait days for its arrival? I have almost every album put out by the Dropkick Murphys in hard copy. Each time one comes out, I lovingly struggle with the plastic shrink wrap, open the case and spin the CD around a few times. Then I pull out the album art and flip through each page slowly, reading every lyric, noting every scribble that contains a mention of this band I love so much. Then the CD goes on, and I listen to it over and over. Since digital music began, over the last few years I’ve had a policy when it comes to hard copy vs. digital. Terrible pop music that I listen to in secret is digital, music

that I love from indie to punk rock is hard copy. That way, so long as I keep my iPod to myself, no one needs to know that I have a huge weakness for Britney Spears. Actually, I’m not even ashamed of that. I’m a ‘90s girl, cut me some slack. But this morning, as I pondered the Dropkick Murphys, I stared at my Annalee shelf full of dusty CD cases. I really need another? Grant Did What was I going to do with another empty case after the disc takes up residence in my massive and more portable binder? Perhaps I could fashion a wall hanging out of my leftover CD cases. That seems to be the only solution And so I ordered the digital copy — continuing the decline of hand-held music in 2013. I already regret my choice. I don’t even know what the album looks like, however I do know that “The Boys Are Back” is an excellent song. I also realized that it reminded me of their earlier stuff, like “Good Rats” off of “Sing Loud Sing Proud” which introduced me to these Boston punk rockers when I was just 12

years old. And as a 12-year-old so-called punk rocker myself, having a physical copy of that album was very important to me. This all started a debate in our newsroom about how digital music has basically ruined the collecting of records. No longer can you take friends into your basement to peruse your collection of LPs, vinyl or CDs. Now you open up a folder on your computer’s desktop and say “Check this out!” and your friend can flip through the tiny print. Do kids even do that anymore? I remember my CD collection being a huge point of pride when I was a teenager, but thinking back there was another issue that digital music has improved. I brought that giant binder of CDs with me to every gathering and I was always so proud when a CD of mine was selected to be played at a party. But over the years albums were lifted out of it, never to be returned. Isn’t it funny that digital music, which in its infant years was accused of being a rip off or theft of music, has in turn prevented the theft of my own copies of said music? Lars Ulrich, your head must be spinning.

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With their sixth consecutive win in a row, the Ice have climbed out of the bottom of the Eastern Conference, with the Brandon Wheat Kings falling into the basement. Kootenay defeated the reigning WHL champions in the Edmonton Oil Kings 2-1 on Tuesday night at Western Financial Place for the third time this season—all on home ice. Jaedon Descheneau and Joey Leach provided the scoring for the Ice, while T.J. Foster notched the lone marker for Edmonton. It was a battle of the goaltenders, as Ice stopper Mackenzie Skapski made 31 saves in net, while Laurent Brossoit made the same amount of stops for Edmonton on the other side of the rink. It’s been a pretty impressive streak for Kootenay, which has been steadily adding up points in the standings as four of those wins came against divisional rivals. Now that Kootenay has surpassed the Wheat Kings, they are now nine points shy of a playoff spot. “Everyone wants into the playoffs, that’s our goal in here and we’re not stopping until we make it and until after the playoffs so that’s what we want,” said Descheneau. Every time Kootenay has clashed with Edmonton this year, the home team has won. The Ice are up in the season series with three wins, while Edmonton has two, with the final meeting in Rexall Place at the end of January. Despite a rough first period, the Ice recovered over the following 40 minutes to win the game. Edmonton took the upper hand in the first frame, scoring the opening goal as T.J. Foster picked up a rebound from Ashton Sautner at the side of the net and went bar down despite

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Edmonton Oil Kings goaltender Laurent Brossoit makes a diving poke check on Kootenay Ice forward Brock Montgomery during WHL action at Western Financial Place on Tuesday night. a valiant cross-crease dive from Skapski. Kootenay also had to hold off the WHL’s topranked power play after Joey Leach took a high-sticking penalty, but the Ice did well on the penalty kill. The Ice continued their success on the penalty kill in the second period, even getting an odd man rush, but the shot went high and wide. The Oil Kings had their own shorthanded chance, as Curtis Lazar nearly scored, but Skapski made a big stop. Skapski again came up with a pair of big stops on Henrik Samuelsson, kicking out his leg to stop the Oil Kings forward who shovelled away along the ice inside the crease. The Ice had chances their own, as Levi Cable was turned away on a backhand chance while going one-on-one into the zone, and Erik Benoit nearly made good on a breakaway opportunity. Just after Benoit missed his chance, Descheneau collected the puck and sniped the top corner stick side of Brossoit to pull the Ice even.

A two-man advantage in the final period proved to be the game breaker, as Kootenay’s power play went to work and got rewarded when Leach blasted a slap shot past Brossoit just over a minute into the frame. Though Leach patrols the blue line, he’s been on an offensive tear with points in each of Kootenay’s last six wins. “It’s nice to be able to put up points and help the team win

games,” said Leach, before adding, “I look at the six wins we got in the column more than the points I’ve got.” But notching a goal like the one he put past Brossoit feels pretty good, he added. “That’s always nice,” Leach said, with a smile. It turned into endto-end hockey after that, as both teams went to war; Edmonton looking for the equalizer while Kootenay searched for some in-

surance. Goaltending shone for both teams as Skapski kept the Ice in the lead with some key saves, while Brossoit kept Edmonton in the game at the other end. Kootenay has a couple of days off before hosting the Medicine Hat Tigers on Friday at Western Financial Place. Following that, the Ice have two big road trips, with only one more game at home for the rest of January.

Senior curlers to compete for provincial berths this weekend TRE VOR CR AWLEY Sports Editor

Curling action will take over the sheets at the Cranbrook Curling Centre this weekend, as Cranbrook plays host to zone qualifiers for the senior provincial tournament in Februrary. Eight men’s teams are competing against each other for two berths, while two women’s teams are going head to head for a chance to move on to the provincial event. While no Cranbrook

teams are participating, local curlers Tom Shypitka and Gerry Kent, two past provincial champions, are a part of other teams that are in competition. All the teams that are participating are high-calibre senior curlers, according Bill Brock, president of the Cranbrook Curling Club. Winners of the provincial tournament, which will be hosted by Trail in February, advance to national com-

petition in P.E.I. the following month. World Championships follow nationals, which again is hosted in Canada by Fredricton, NB. Draws at the Cranbrook Curling Centre, will begin this Friday at 7 p.m. followed by more draws on Saturday at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Competition wraps up on Sunday, with final draws at 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. Admission is free.

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Chynoweth testing the market as WHL trade deadline looms TRE VOR CR AWLEY Sports Editor

With the WHL trade deadline fast approaching, Kootenay Ice general manager Jeff Chynoweth is still waiting for the right dance partner. While other teams have made some deals down the stretch, Chynoweth isn’t ready to sign off on anything unless the right terms come along. “There is some interest in some of our older players, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you’re going to get a deal done,” said Chynoweth. “There’s a lot of tire-kicking right now and we’re not going to make a deal for the sake of making a deal. We got to make the best deal for this organization moving forward.” With a 2-1 win over Edmonton on Tuesday, the Ice have climbed out of the bottom of the Eastern Conference standings, as the Wheat Kings now occupy the basement. The key to the Ice right now is their potential—the club will that much more dangerous as those younger players in all areas of the roster continue to develop. Despite their youth, the Ice have been playing well as evidenced by their six consecutive wins, which has been possible because of noticeable improvement individually and as a team. When the Vancouver Giants began to struggle right out of the gate, head coach Don Hay and general manager Scott Bonner blew up the roster in an effort to build for the future, dealing away star defence man David Musil to the Edmonton Oil Kings for Mason Gersteen and a first-round draft pick. Vancouver also sent away Austin Vetterl to the Ice in exchange for a pair of prospects, and also dealt away Nathan Burns to Saskatoon for Travis McEvoy and two draft selections. While the Ice were struggling at the same time, including a sea-

son-worst eight-game losing skid, Chynoweth kept things intact, but added Vetterl and Zach McPhee, giving up a draft pick to Everett. While coming down the deadline stretch, other teams have been busy with some notable recent trades involving Kamloops picking up a veteran 20-year-old in Kale Kessy to bolster their roster, giving up Rob Trzonkowski and a draft pick to Vancouver. Swift Current also added some youth to their roster, picking up Jay Merkley from Lethbridge in exchange for Josh Derko and a draft pick.

“There’s a lot of tirekicking right now and we’re not going to make a deal for the sake of making a deal. We got to make the best deal for this organization moving forward.” Jeff Chynoweth

“I think the prices are high,” said Chynoweth, pointing to the two Vancouver deals that sent Musil to Edmonton and Burns to Saskatoon. “I think the prices are there, but you also have to find a willing partner. “One of the things that doesn’t help, is sometimes you have a limited number of teams you can deal with and that has separated itself in the last few days.” For his part, Ice defenceman Joey Leach knows there is always the possibility of getting moved on deadline day, but doesn’t allow those kind of thoughts to cloud the way he wants to play. “Obviously that January 10th date is in your head, but you can’t worry about it because you got to go out and play the game, so I think we’ve proven that,” said Leach, a 20-year-old in his final year of eligibility. “…You can’t have it in your mind otherwise you can’t play the game.”


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Annie’s Mailbox by Kathy Mitchell and Marcy Sugar Dear Annie: I am a 56-year-old male dating a woman with a 13-year-old son. We plan to marry in the near future. The boy has no relationship with his father and is very fond of me, as I am of him. The problem is that he’s a mama’s boy. I think he is jealous of me. He competes for his mother’s attention and goes so far as to crawl into bed with us in the morning in order to snuggle with her. When we sit on the sofa, he joins us and places his mother’s arm around his neck as if to say, “Hey, what about me?” I’ve tried to ignore this behavior, but it is starting to wear on me. My girlfriend sees nothing wrong with it, saying they have always been close and it’s always been just the two of them. But I think this isn’t quite right. I want her son to grow up a bit. I raised three children and never experienced this type of thing with my kids. I feel she needs to do something to curb this behavior. Am I being insecure or territorial or something? I love my girlfriend and don’t want this to be an issue, but I have no idea what to do. Any suggestions? -- Don’t Want a Contest Dear Contest: Many boys at 13 are still children, and the cuddling with Mommy is not indicative of an aberration. However, this is also a time when Mom should be setting sensible boundaries and gently discouraging too much intimacy. Some boys can confuse their love for Mom with their developing sexual feelings. Please approach this carefully. Suggest that the two of you talk to the boy’s pediatrician about appropriate behavior, and make sure your girlfriend understands that her son’s long-term best interests must take precedence. For information and assistance, we suggest the National Stepfamily Resource Center at stepfamilies.info. Dear Annie: I married a wonderful widower nine months ago. We are both in our 60s, and he treats me like a queen. “Vern’s” previous marriage of 34 years was a great one. When we married, he had lots of photos of his late wife. He thoughtfully removed them, but what upsets me is that he put a lot of them, including their wedding picture, in his home office where he spends 40 hours a week. Worse, the centerpiece of his bookshelves is the urn with her ashes. I told Vern I thought this was a little odd, but he said it would be disrespectful to put her ashes in a closet. What do you think? -Second Wife Dear Wife: Vern was thoughtful enough to remove these photos from your presence, and his office is his own private space. And we can understand why he wouldn’t want to stick the urn in a closet. You can gently encourage Vern to scatter his late wife’s ashes somewhere that has significance for him or ask whether he’d like to bury them. But if he is resistant, we suggest you leave this alone. Neither the photos nor the ashes are in your shared space. You have no reason to be jealous. Dear Annie: “Frustrated in Michigan” said she sent her college-aged nieces very generous checks and didn’t get a thank-you note. She then called the mother of one of the recipients to see whether it had been lost. The check was then cashed, but still no thank-you note. In a situation like this, I wonder whether the giver is begging for attention. The gift was unsolicited. It almost seems as if the nieces are saying, “No, thanks, I’d rather do this myself.” I have been the recipient of unasked-for gifts, and they almost always come with strings attached. -- No Strings for Me Dear Strings: If a gift comes with unwanted strings, it need only be returned -- along with a note of thanks. But not to send any acknowledgement at all is extremely inconsiderate. Annie’s Mailbox is written by Kathy Mitchell and Marcy Sugar, longtime editors of the Ann Landers column. Please email your questions to anniesmailbox@comcast.net, or write to: Annie’s Mailbox, c/o Creators Syndicate, 737 3rd Street, Hermosa Beach, CA 90254. To find out more about Annie’s Mailbox and read features by other Creators Syndicate writers and cartoonists, visit the Creators Syndicate Web page at www.creators.com. COPYRIGHT 2013 CREATORS.COM


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Melvin (Lloyd) Pocha January 11, 1948 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; January 2, 2013 After a short but courageous battle with leukemia, Lloyd passed away peacefully with his family at his side. Lloyd was the ninth child of Allan and Elva Pocha. Lloyd was employed by CP Rail for most of his working years. No matter where Lloyd went he was always accompanied by his best friend Panda his border collie. Lloyd took great pleasure caring for his horses and donkey and spent countless hours with them. Lloyd loved to have coffee with family and friends. His favored pastimes were hunting, fishing, poker and auctions. Lloyd was a generous, caring, loving and fun guy and will be missed by many. He leaves to mourn his son Daniel Unrau, granddaughter Madalyn Wright. Twin brother Floyd (Cheryl), brothers Lornel (Florie), Clarence (Elena), Alden (Christine) and Randy; sisters Sylvia (Gordon) Pocha, Marlene Petersen, Trudy (Brian) Clifford, Audrene (Detlef) Harasiuk; sister-inlaws Debbie Pocha, Carol Pocha; brother-in-law Roy Bailey; 31 nieces and nephews, 37 great nieces and nephews, 3 great great nieces and nephew, and many cousins and friends. Lloyd was predeceased by his father Allan, mother Elva, brothers Lawrence, Gerald and Carl; and sisters Audrey Pocha, Diane Bailey and niece Ione Clark. A funeral service will be held for Lloyd on Saturday, January 12, 2013, 1:00 pm at the Cranbrook Alliance Church. Arrangements entrusted to McPherson Funeral Service. Condolences for the family may be left at www.mcphersonfh.com

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Obituaries Gottfried Ernst Bohme “Fred” June 3, 1930 January 1, 2013 Gottfried “Fred” Bohme passed away the East Kootenay Regional Hospital in Cranbrook while surrounded and embraced with love, by his wife Emmie, daughters Rita, Erica, Linda, Sylvia and family members on Tuesday, January 1, 2013.

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