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Slopes for Hope returns Fundraiser for Cancer Society was born on Kimberley’s ski slopes C AROLYN GR ANT editor@dailybulletin.ca

The third annual Slopes for Hope event, which raises funds for the Canadian Cancer Society, is scheduled for March 2 at the Kimberley Alpine Resort, and there is good news all around the event. First of all, Liana Shaw has stepped forward to volunteer as event chair for the next five years, in the hopes of giving it some continuity. And the other good news is that the made in Kimberley event is beginning to spread to other BC resorts. Hemlock Resort in Aggassiz, BC and Whitewater in Nelson will both have Slopes for Hope events this year and one may also be held at Red Mountain. “We are spreading and that’s awesome,” said Shaw. Slopes for Hope is an event that challenges skiers to ski the height of Mt. Everest in one day. That works out to 16 passes of the main run. Participants are encouraged to raise sponsorship dollars. You can participate individually or in groups of up to four people, allowing you to split the distance between your friends, family or co-workers. The event will close with many prizes being awarded including those for the top fundraisers (team and individual). “While you are taking part in a fun-filled day of skiing, you can also enjoy live entertainment at the base of the ski hill,” Shaw said. “And the first 20 people to register online will get free lift tickets. After that all lift tickets will be 1/2 price thanks to the support of the Resort of the Canadian Rockies.”

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Count em up. The Kimberley Curling Club was the site of a rare 8 ender on January 16, 2013. Skipped by Randy Lucas the

team pulled off the nearly impossible perfect end. The opposing team will remain anonymous! Pictured left to right are team members Sheila Lucas - Lead, Bill Sorenson - Second, Maureen Sorenson - Third and Randy Lucas - Skip. Congratulations Team Lucas.

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Church reaches out to needy A free hot lunch every Saturday at Kimberley’s Fellowship Church C AROLYN GR ANT editor@dailybulletin.ca

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directors of Kimberley’s Food Bank — the need is there and it’s growing. Statistics show numbers of those accessing food banks was up across Canada last year. And Kimberley’s Helping Hands Food Bank stats agree. The congregation of the Kimberley Fellowship Church on Marsden Street is doing its part to help meet that need. Every Saturday throughout the winter, the Church is offering a soup kitchen, manned and funded by volunteers.

Called the Kimberley Fellowship Lunch Counter, the Church is offering a hot meal for families struggling to make ends meet. A hot lunch will be served up each Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Church. The program will run every Saturday unless otherwise posted. Volunteers are also willing to provide transportation to those unable to get to the Church. Just call the Church at (250) 427-7316 for pick up.

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NEWS Gov’t funds will help with new COTR equipment Barry Coulter

Equipment purchases and replacements at each institution are based upon a review

and analysis of existing inventory, current and future program and industry requirements,

and current government priorities to provide skills training that is aligned to the needs of

the economy in each region. Institutions will also pursue partnerships

with local industries and other stakeholders to purchase or donate equipment, ensuring

students continue to train on the latest equipment being used in the workplace.

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The College of the Rockies (COTR) is getting a funding boost from the B.C. Government which will help put the latest tools in the hands of its students. A funding announcement of $443,842 was made Tuesday, Jan. 22, which will go towards new skills training equipment at COTR. That money is part of a $17 million B.C.-wide Skills and Training Plan investment by the Province to support equipment upgrades at post-secondary institutions. Nick Rubidge, COTR President, said the funding will allow the college to replace obsolete equipment and purchase new state-of-theart technology. “In order for College of the Rockies to continue to play a vital role in preparing skilled workers to support the B.C. economy, it is critical that our students have access and are trained on the most up-to-date equipment and technology so that they are work-ready when they leave this institution.” The type of equipment slated for new purchase or replacement at COTR — unless otherwise donated from industry partners — includes equipment such as solar-wind energy training systems, skidder and a crawler. “It is important to safeguard our students for a successful future by placing them with the proper tools for a proper education,” said Kootenay East MLA Bill Bennett.

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Kimberley’s talented student actors and singers are preparing to bring all the spectacle of Les Misérables to the stage at McKim Theatre on February 13 through 16, 2013.

Les Misérables comes to McKim Theatre stage For the Bulletin

With their first dress rehearsal behind them the cast of Selkirk Secondary’s production of Les Misérables are very excited for what they have in store for audiences next month. Robert McCue is directing and Sven Heyde is the musical director for this beautiful musical. This will be McCue and Heyde’s second musical together, after The Sound of Music was well received at McKim Theatre in Kimberley in 2011. McCue and Heyde have a stellar cast in store, as well as a terrific orchestra, a 16’ rotating stage, and some spectacular cos-

tumes. Les Mis is set in the early 1800s in France, and follows the story of Jean Valjean, a convict-turned hero who’s love for his adopted daughter Cosette leads him to redemption. Cosette meets and falls in love with Marius in the streets of Paris, while Marius’s best friend Enjolras is leading a group of students to rebellion against the French Monarchy, which is set against an actual historical event, the June Rebellion of 1832. A whole host of dazzling and exciting characters come along on the journey as the downtrodden of France seek justice. The presentation is buoyed by

the return of Penny Flegel and Sioban Staplin as properties manager and costume designers, respectively. Returning to the stage from their roles in The Sound of Music are Clara MacLeod, Gustaf Hagland, Brooke Janzer, Gemma Remple, Kennedy Sterzer, Emery Hoko, Kayla Giguere, Blake Sharpe, Claudia Cummins, Aria Siega, and Derek Waugh. Some outstanding new actors include Jordan Anderson, Gaëtan Boué, Declan Armstrong, Devin Fikis, and Connor Klassen. The directors are once again excited to include students from all levels in this production. This is once again an entire community production with the

staffs of McKim and Selkirk helping with a great variety of tasks, including set-building, ushering, stage managing, and working the lighting and sound. Ryan Treber’s woodshop students at the high school have built a few large set pieces as well as several reproduction period pieces of furniture. Frida Viklund and Michael Hepher (the latter of Clawhammer Press) are responsible for the outstanding posters that have already been causing a stir around town. The orchestra is second-tonone with 20 musicians from the Kimberley and Cranbrook area ready to amaze the audience with the power and beauty of

Claude-Michel Schönberg’s score. Heyde is thrilled to be leading such a stellar group of musicians, and is awed as always with their time, talent, and commitment, ensuring a stellar product for audiences. Don’t miss Selkirk Secondary’s production of Les Misérables, which runs at McKim Theatre from February 13-16, at 7:30 pm, with 2:00 and 7:30 shows on the 16th. Tickets are now available at McKim Middle School office in Kimberley and Lotus Books in Cranbrook. Tickets are $12, with students getting in for $5 on Thursday, February 14th, and seniors getting in for $5 on the Saturday matinee.

Alleged carjacker seeks venue change

Crown Counsel in Cranbrook opposes venue change ANNALEE GR ANT Townsman staff

Nicholas Bullock continued his quest to have charges he is facing in Cranbrook waved to Port Coquitlam in Cranbrook Provincial Court

Monday. Bullock, 26, is charged with robbery, possession of stolen property over $5,000, assault with a weapon, possessing a weapon for a dangerous purpose and uttering threats to cause death or bodily harm in connection with a carjacking outside of Creston that ended in a police-involved shooting in

Cranbrook. Appearing by video from a detention facility, Bullock told Judge Grant Sheard that he would like the charges waived to Port Coquitlam, and that his lawyer had been in conversations with Crown counsel there, who are in favour of the move. But Cranbrook Crown counsel Lianna Swanson

told court that no application had been received here, nor had the Port Coquitlam-based lawyer for Bullock reached out to local Crown counsel to move the charges almost 1,000 kilometres from where the incident occurred in October. Swanson also told Sheard that the Crown in Cranbrook is opposed to the move.

Bullock said he doesn’t understand why the charges can’t be moved to the coastal city, because his co-accused had hers waived in late 2012. Bullock’s co-accused is a female youth who was released into the custody of her mother after the incident. With the issue unresolved, Bullock asked Sheard

to put his case over longer than a few weeks, informing court that he only has a few hours a day due to a supervision program he is under. Sheard agreed, and put the matter over to March 4 by video so that Bullock could further discuss waiving his charges to Port Coquitlam with his lawyer there.


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Yes…but it’ll cost you!

Scope Creep workshop brings project management expert to the Columbia Basin

On January 29 and 30, Jamal Moustafaev, president of Thinktank Consulting and internationally acclaimed expert in the areas of project management, scope definition and requirements analysis, is coming to Cranbrook and Nelson to offer two half-day workshops on managing project scope. Lurking in the heart of many projects

and contractors is the dreaded Scope Creep. Gradually and subtly, it begins to expand the breadth of the project, already underway, with the addition of new ideas and features. The result for project staff and contractors can be a loss of time and money, but when handled well, scope change can allow projects to be more tailored to fit client needs, and allow the client to better understand what additional factors should be considered. “Projects are one of the key elements to most businesses, whether it is developing a new product or managing a new mar-

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City of Kimberley PUBLIC NOTICE Call for Expressions of Interest for the Kimberley Tourism Infrastructure Advisory Committee From now until January 30, 2013 the City of Kimberley is accepting expressions of interest from prospective members of the Kimberley Tourism Infrastructure Advisory Committee (TIAC). Kimberley is a BC Resort Municipality and receives provincial funding to enhance its tourism economy. The TIAC will be a non-statutory group made up of 11 members providing the City of Kimberley with advice and recommendations with respect to investments in tourism infrastructure. Initially, appointments will be for a mix of one and two year terms. In future years the terms will be for two years. The Committee shall meet biannually, or as frequently as required. Participation will not be financially remunerated. To review the Terms of Reference visit: http://www.city.kimberley.bc.ca/upcoming-news-and-events Five members will be nominated by the Chamber of Commerce, Tourism Kimberley, and the Kimberley Alpine Resort. Six members of the public at large will be filled through this expression of interest, including representatives from: • Trails and recreation (e.g. trails and parks, sports, clubs, associations etc.) (3 members); • Restaurants and retail merchants (1 member); • Arts and culture (1 member); and • Festivals and events (1 member).

keting initiative. Most businesses have experienced the frustration of a project going over budget, over time, or spiralling away with customer change requests. It is not only frustrating, but can impact company profits and brand.” said Amber Hayes, KAST Mentorship and Business Assistance (MBA) Program Coordinator. “We are fortunate to have the opportunity to learn from an expert like Mr. Moustafev. Making changes to how projects are written and delivered can make a real and very positive impact on Kootenay businesses.” Mr. Moustafaev is a highly regarded speaker and the author of “Delivering Exceptional Project Results: A Practical Guide to Project Selection, Scoping, Estimation and Management”, and “Project Scope Management: A Practical Guide for Engineering, Product, Construction, IT and Enterprise Projects”.

Slopes for Hope returns March 2 From Page 1 The event has been moved from February into March because of the two family day long weekends. “We wanted to make it its own event, something to bring people to Kimberley on its own,” Shaw said. Opening ceremonies and registration

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Candidates are asked to submit a statement of intent, no more than 500 words, identifying which pubic at large position they are interested in, and summarizing their motivation for participation and their relevant experience. Members will be chosen based on their experience, expertise, and access to relevant networks. The deadline for submitting an expression of interest is 4:00 pm January 30, 2013. Successful candidates will be appointed by Council on February 12, 2013. Thank you to all who apply. Only successful candidates will be notified. Please direct inquiries to: City of Kimberley Economic Development 340 Spokane Street, Kimberley, BC V1A 2E8 250.427.9666 kwilson@kimberley.ca

Participants will learn from real industry examples, hands on documentation practice, and application of concepts to their own business models. The workshops will be held Tuesday January 29 in Cranbrook at the College of the Rockies and Wednesday Juanuary 30 in Nelson at the Prestige Lakeside Resort. The Cranbrook event is being coordinated by the Kootenay Rockies Innovation Council (KRIC), and the Nelson event by the Kootenay Association for Science and Technology (KAST). They are being offered free of charge thanks to support from the National Research Council (NRC) and Columbia Basin Trust (CBT) Manufacturing and Technology Sector (MATS) initiative. Space is limited, and registration is required. Visit kric.ca or kast. com for more information and to register.

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will take place o Friday, March 1 and there is good news around that as well. Shaw has secured Pat Morrow — Kimberley native and one of Canada’s most famous mountaineers — as guest speaker. Last year, the Kimberley Slopes for Hope event had 100 participants and raised $35,000. Shaw is hoping to do better than that in 2013. Slopes for Hope will take place on Saturday, March 2, 2013 at Kimberley Alpine Resort from 8.30am - 4.30pm. You can register online at slopesforhope.ca You can also sponsor an individual or team at the same website. For more information: call Liana Shaw (250)432.5012 or email: slopesforhopekimberley@gmail.com

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‘Speak for all of us’ Should RDEK representative consult with Council before vote? SALLY MACDONALD Townsman Staff

Councillor Angus Davis wants council to have more say on how Cranbrook’s representatives vote at the Regional District of East Kootenay (RDEK) board of directors. Coun. Davis made a motion at the January 21 meeting that the two council members who sit at the regional board consult with the rest of council on “topics which are of significant interest locally” before they vote, read the motion. Council eventually agreed to defer the motion until Mayor Wayne Stetski returns from vacation later this month. However, it did spark lively debate about the role of council on the regional board. The RDEK board of directors is made up of 15 elected officials – six area directors and nine from municipalities. As the largest municipality, Cranbrook has two seats at the board, filled by Mayor Stetski and Coun. Bob Whetham. Coun. Davis said he has been “caught flat-footed” on two occasions recently after reading, in the Townsman, comments made by Stetski or Whetham at the board about infrastructure funding, and Jumbo Glacier Resort. “It puts me on the spot when I read in the paper of a certain stance that has been taken on issues that are said on behalf of the City of Cranbrook and on which the rest of the council of the City of Cranbrook has had no input. It’s a deep concern to me,” said Davis. In the motion, Davis suggested council initate a consultative process to discuss significant issues. But Coun. Whetham said that would be impractical when the RDEK board agenda is released five days prior to the meeting, and one section alone contains 75 pages of material. “The issue of trying to bring things to council is a difficult one,” said Whetham. Coun. Gerry Warner said that he is concerned that Davis’s motion is undemocratic. “You have a free election, you elect people, and to a certain degree, you trust them to make decisions for you. Sometimes they will make decisions you agree with and sometimes they’ll make ones you don’t agree with,” said Warner. “We trust the two people who go to the RDEK meetings to advocate on our behalf.” Coun. Diana J. Scott said that on the regional district board, Cranbrook’s representatives are expected to make decisions on a regional basis, rather than from the city’s perspective. “My understanding is you are not necessarily advocating for the city position – you are there as part of a regional board trying to make the best decision regionally,” she said, adding that board members should be free to change their vote if the discussion has swayed them. However, she agreed that it was worth council discussing its role on the regional board. “I definitely think we should have input. I’d like to have a discussion on how we as councillors feel about issues and pass it on for our representatives to vote on,” said Coun. Scott. Coun. Denise Pallesen suggested that the motion be deferred until the next council meeting on February 4, when Mayor Stetski will be back at the helm. Councillor Sharon Cross was Acting Mayor for Monday’s council meeting.


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EYE ON ENTERTAINMENT

An Ambiguous Play at KCT week high energy program designed to inilliam Shakespeare’s tragi-comedy troduce you to flat track roller derby and ‘The Merchant of Venice’ comes kick start your fitness regime or take it to to the stage of the Key City Theatre the next level. The 2 hr classes are for beginner and intermediate this week and next in a proskaters who want to learn to duction by Bard in Your Eye on skate roller derby style withOwn Backyard. Written in entertainment out impact or competition. the last few years of the 16th An information session will century, this is one of Mike be held today at 12.30 p.m. Shakespeare’s most ambiguous plays. Is Shylock a Redfern in St. Mary’s School gymnasium. Derby Fit classes will sympathetic character or a run every Saturday from cruel monster? Does the play reaffirm the anti-Semitic view of Jews February 2 until March 9 from 12.30 to 2.30 prevalent in England at the time or does it p.m. in the St Mary’s School Gymnasium. offer criticism of Christian bigotry? Is the For more information email mounhtainrelationship between Antonio and Bassanio townmaulers@gmail.com. Family Literacy Week homosexual or platonic? These and several The Friends of the Kimberley Library other questions raised by the play have been interpreted diversely by directors and invite you to celebrate Family Literacy actors during the past 400 years. It will be Week in Kimberley today at the Kimberley interesting to see how Dean Nicholson and Public Library from 10 a.m. until 12 noon. his cast interpret them at Key City Theatre The event will include story telling with celebrity readers, computer activities, Wii during the next two weeks? games, refreshments, and a draw for a book to be made every half hour and for Wednesday, January 23 the grand prize of a Kobo reader at 12 Swan Lake tickets Tickets are now on sale at the KCT noon. Social Dance box-office for Ballet Jorgen’s performance The Cranbrook Seniors will host a soof Swan Lake on February 21 at Key City Theatre. Dancers from the Stages School of cial dance this evening from 7 to 11 p.m. at Dance in Cranbrook will take part in the the Cranbrook Seniors Hall on 2nd Street performance. Tickets are $45 for KCT sub- South. You are invited to come and dance to the music of Tuck’s Troubadours and to scribers, $50 for the general public. enjoy the refreshments. Admission is $10. Social dances at the seniors’ hall are a Thursday, January 24 monthly community event. For a schedule Mechant of Venice William Shakespeare” ‘The Merchant of of future dances call Flo at 250-489-2720. Ballroom Dance Party Venice’ will be performed by Bard in Your Tonight the Kimberley Dance Academy Own Backyard Productions tonight through Saturday and again next week will hold the second of five Saturday night Thursday through Saturday each evening Open House Ballroom Dance Parties. Toat 7.30 p.m. at the Key City Theatre. Direct- night features Salsa dancing from 8.30 to ed by Dean Nicholson with sets by Paul 11 p.m. and will be preceded by a drop-in Kershaw, the play has a cast of over 20 ac- dance lesson from 7 to 8.30 p.m. The Febtors and promises drama, comedy, some ruary 9 dance party will feature 2-Step and interesting and amusing anachronisms, Country dancing, February 23 will be Arand BYOB’s always gorgeous costumes. gentine Tango, and March 9 will be Salsa & Tickets are $20 each, available from the Swing. Dancers of all skill levels are invited to attend. To register and for more inforKCT box-office. mation call 250-427-7737 or 250-426-1142. Locals Coffeehouse Friday, January 25 The next Locals Coffeehouse takes Creative Kids This afternoon from 3.15 to 4.45 p.m. at place this evening at the Studio/Stage Centre 64 the Creative Kids after school art Door starting at 7.30 p.m. The line-up inprogram for children aged 7 and up will cludes Lauren Kraljic, Taylor Gnucci, Reg offer the first of two consecutive Friday Parsons, Shaylen Hunter, Bill Renwick, and classes in ceramics, making and glazing Sam Hornberger. The MC is Darcy Russell. heart-shaped bowls. The drop-in fee is $10. You can purchase tickets at Lotus Books or For more information and to register your Swing Street Coffeehouse ( or at the door if there are any left) for $8. child, call Centre 64 at 250-427-4919. Robbie Burns Night Play Euchre The Kimberley/Cranbrook School of You are invited to play Euchre tonight and every Wednesday and Friday night at 7 Highland Dancers will host its annual Robp.m. at the Kimberley Elks Club. If you ha- bie Burns Night at the Prestige Inn this ven’t played this trump card game before evening. The doors open at 5 p.m. with cocktails at 5.30 and traditional Scottish lessons will be provided. dinner at 6.30. Guest performances will be Robbie C at The Edge DJ Robbie C will be playing electronic made by the Hali Duncan/Liela Cooper music at The Edge Pub tonight. There will Highland Dancers and the Kimberley Pipe Band. Tickets are on sale until January 19 be no cover charge. at Lotus Books and Black Bear Books for $35 adults, $20 children 12 and under, and Saturday, January 26 $5 for children 5 and under. To reserve a Collage Workshop Today and tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 4 table or for more information email p.m. at Centre 64 a work shop will be con- nicofult@gmail.com or call 250-919-6234. ducted by Creston artist Win Din entitled Sunday, January 27 Collage - Playtime for Adults, in which Win Dean Brody at KCT will teach 10 ways to create a surface for Country star Dean Brody and his band painting, add found objects, and complete a painting. This workshop has met with will bring his ‘Dirt Tour’ to the stage of the considerable success in the past. The fee is Key City Theatre in two concerts tonight $137.50 plus HST for Kimberley Arts Coun- and tomorrow night at 7.30 p.m. Both cil members and $150 plus HST for shows are now sold out. Dance Lessons non-members, plus the cost of supplies. Dance lessons will be offered by Bob For more information and to register call and Adele at Kimberley United Church this Centre 64 at 250-427-4919. afternoon and every Sunday afternoon Get Roller Derby Fit The Mountain Town Maulers women’s from 4 to 5.30 p.m. You can drop in as a flat track roller derby team invites women couple or a single to learn beginner basic to get fit by training with the team in a 6 jive, cha cha, waltz, and two step. The fee is

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just $6 per person. For more information call 250-417-0462 or email bodance@ shaw.ca. Monday, January 28 Bocephus King Bocephus King will be performing at the Byng Roadhouse tonight with opening acts Connor Foote and The Bison Brothers, offering a night of blues, folk and rock. 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. 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 both awe-inspiring and double-edged, revealing the grave risk of running the 21st century’s software on the ancient hardware of our primate brains and contemplating our evolution from cave-dwellers to space explorers. Admission is by donation. Shane Philip at the Edge Shane Philip and his amazing didgeridoo will be playing a The Edge Pub tonight. Admission is $10 at the door. Visit www. shanephilip.com for more information about this performance. Library Showcase Display The display in the Cranbrook Public Library showcase for the month of January is of whimsical metal/mixed media sculptures by Cranbrook artist Karen McColl. Friday, February 1 Bluegrass at Ric’s Lounge Elena Yeung, Keith Larsen, Annie and Mike Hepher, and Steve Jones will host a bluegrass night starting at 7 p.m. this evening at Ric’s Lounge and Grill in the Prestige Inn as part of the continuing ‘Heather G’s jam’ nights. Musicians are invited to bring their instruments and join in this acoustic jam. Jean Pederson Workshop Registration Today is the registration deadline for Jean Pederson’s ‘Portraiture with Water-based Media’ workshop which will take place at Cranbrook & District Arts Council from February 8 to 11. The registration fee is $275 for CDAC members and $300 for non-members. Call CDAC at 250-426-4223 or email info@theartscouncil.ca. Saturday, February 2 Through Youthful Eyes Kimberley Arts Council’s exhibition ‘Through Youthful Eyes’, featuring works by students of Kootenay Orchards and Pinewoods Elementary Schools, Parkland Middle School, Kimberley Alternate School, Kimberley Independent School, and Selkirk Secondary School, continues in the upper and main Galleries at Centre 64 until today. It can be viewed Tuesdays through Saturdays from 1 to 5 p.m. Nude Art Cranbrook & District Arts Council’s Nude Art exhibition in the Artrageous Gallery continues until today. Scottish Tea Kimberley United Church will host its annual Scottish Tea today from 1 to 3 p.m. featuring Highland dancers, a bake table, and a twice loved jewellery table as well as Scottish fare. Admission is just $5.

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UPCOMING Friday Drop In: Friday evenings 7:30-9:00 pm. $5/person, everyone welcome. Snow Fiesta Mixed Bonspeil Jan. 25-27, 2013. Only 2 spots left!! Special member meeting Monday, Jan. 21, 2013. 7:00 pm in the lounge. Visit curlkimberley.ca, call 250-427-2591 or find us on Facebook! SPECIAL GOSPEL SERVICES: Each Sunday from January 13th to February 24th, 2013, from 3:00 - 4:00 PM Mountain Time. Girl Guides of Canada Hall, 1421 - 2nd St S Cranbrook. Phone contact: (250) 426-4791. “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. Have Camera Will Travel.... a travelogue series. Join Karen VoldOakley - “Volunteering in Guatemala” at Centre 64, Kimberley; Tuesday Jan 22 at 7:30 pm. Admission by Donation. Proceeds to Kimberley Arts Council & Expansion Project. SOCIAL DANCE; JANUARY 26th, 7-11 to the music of ‘TUCKER’S TROUBADOURS’ at the Cranbrook Seniors HALL, 17 Ave S-2 St. S. A Monthly, Community Event. Refreshments served. Flo 250.489.2720 for Dance Schedule. Robbie Burns Night Jan 26 at Prestige Inn, 209 Van Horne St. Doors open at 5:30, dinner at 6:30. Guest appearances by Hali Duncan / Liela Cooper Highland Dancers as well as Kimberley Pipe Band. FMI 250-919-6234 or nicofult@gmail.com Royal Canadian Legion Super Bowl, Feb. 3rd 2013 - 4 pm. Potluck and prizes, for more info contact the legion 250-426-4512. 2013 FREE PUBLIC SWIM Wednesday, February 6, 5:00-6:00 PM is sponsored by Harmony Chapter Eastern Star. Jean Pederson Water-based media Portraiture. Held at the Cranbrook & District Arts Council Office at 135 10 Avenue S in Cranbrook from Feb 8 – 11. Feb 8 is drawing from plaster cast and Feb 9-11 is instruction and model sessions. Deadline for registration is Feb 1. 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spent some time on Monday evening who was outraged about the designer watching Inauguration festivities on choice liked the hair. In any event, as I watched all those peoCNN. When did Monday night become ple lucky enough to get tickets to the Comsuch a bad evening for TV by the way? It was quite a spectacle. CNN had as- mander-In-Chief’s ball and the Inaugural sembled various panels of experts in inau- Ball I was struck by how unified they all gural festivities to describe the action in were — in trying to get a picture with their phones. painstaking detail. When the President and First Lady hit One of them was highly annoyed that the stage at the first ball, an Michelle Obama had opted eerie glow hit the room — to go with the same designthe glow of thousands of er as she had for her huscell phones focusing on the band’s first inauguration, first couple. It was a strange that being Jason Wu. sight. A sea of barely distin“What about the underCarolyn guishable bodies, arms updogs?” he howled, in magGrant thrust, trying to capture the nificent outrage as Mimoment on their Iphone 5s chelle took the stage in her brilliant red dress. He had wanted the First and Galaxy Nexus (what’s the plural of Lady to go with an unknown, and indulged Nexus? Nexi?) Presumably they would then immediately post the pictures on in quite the fit of pique when she didn’t. Meanwhile Piers Morgan walked across Facebook so all their friends would know the border into Creepytown by sharing that they were there, watching the Presiwith us that Michelle’s choice in shoes — dent dance with the First Lady. Except they weren’t watching the PresiJimmy Choo — was the right one. That wasn’t creepy. But when Piers shared with dent dance with the First Lady. They were us that he loved women’s shoes and in fact trying to frame them in the tiny cell phone bought them just because, well, he loved screen. They were experiencing the historwomen’s shoes, that gave me pause. TMI, ic moment through their phones. Did any of them actually take the time to watch Piers. TMI. And the First Lady’s bangs were much with the naked eye? It sure didn’t look like discussed. I mean much discussed. They it. So I ask you, if you were at a big event were examined from all angles, parsed and for the most part, approved. Even the guy and spent the whole length of it trying to

get a picture with your phone, did you actually experience the event? It’s kind of like the old question, if a tree falls in the forest and no one is there ... you know the rest. Can you absorb the sights, the sounds, the feelings of a big event while trying desperately to get a picture of it? I don’t think you can. Mind you, if you were standing in that huge crowd at the ball, you ‘d have had a hard time experiencing anything in any event, because everyone else was trying to get a picture. You’d have been blinded by the thousands of small screens. We seem to have reached the point that no one believes an event occurred unless someone took a cellphone picture and posted it online. Apparently there is a movement afoot to remind people that you can in fact experience things without your Iphone. Those involved in the movement urge you to leave your phone at home when attending a concert or a speech or any other big event, to just experience it in real time. I understand they are calling it Be In the Moment. I can’t confirm that however, because when I consulted the Oracle, all that came up was that there is a cellphone called the Samsung Moment. It comes with not only a camera, but a video camera. Carolyn Grant is Editor of the Kimberley Daily Bulletin

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OFF TO PROVINCIALS: A team of Kimberley junior curlers have earned the right to represent the Kootenays in provincials after winning their zone playdowns in Nelson over the weekend. The girls faced a team from the host city and were victorious 8-4 and 8-3 in a best-of-three playoff to capture the berth into provincials. This is the first year the four have been curling together, and their first crack at high school zone play downs and provincials. Pictured above, left to right: Skip Alysha Buchy, Third Julia Dereniwsky, Second Kira Dereniwsky, and Lead Haylie Farquhar.

Peel ready for Ice home debut TRE VOR CR AWLEY Sports Editor

Kootenay Ice fans will finally get the chance to see the newest member of the team on Wednesday when the Medicine Hat Tigers come to town. Landon Peel, an 18-year-old defenceman, joined the team in Saskatchewan for a four-game road trip, and will make his home ice debut at Western Financial Place against the Tigers.

Landon Peel Ice general manager Jeff Chynoweth picked up the defenceman on the Jan. 10 WHL trade deadline as a replacement for Mike Simpson, who was sent to the Lethbridge Hurricanes in exchange for a draft pick. However, Peel wasn’t even playing in the WHL. Drafted in 2009 by

the Regina Pats, Peel appeared in 19 games with his WHL club last year, before being released to the Swan Valley Stampeders of the MJHL. There he stayed into this season, suiting up for 38 games, scoring nine goals and tallying 32 points before getting the call from Chynoweth. “It was great,” said Peel, when asked how it felt to hear from another WHL team. “I’m glad I can get the opportunity to come back into the league again and it looked like it was a great spot here in Cranbrook.” He had a sneaking suspicion the WHL may come knocking as it got closer and closer to the deadline. ”Yes and no,” Peel added, on whether or not he was expecting a phone call from someone, “but for sure, getting the call was really exciting.” Before the addition of Peel, the Ice had five defencemen on the roster—six if you count Jeff Hubic, who is currently playing a checking role on the fourth line. Ice head coach Ryan McGill threw Peel right

into the fire, suiting him up for all four road games in Prince Albert, Saskatoon, Regina and Moose Jaw. “I want to be a puck-moving defenceman,” said Peel, when describing his role. “When I can, join the rush and look after my own zone and get up and help create some offence.” McGill already likes

what he sees. “He’s going to be good for us,” McGill said. “He can move the puck…He does a lot of little things very well with deception with the puck and he’s very creative.” “I think that’s what we need back there and anytime we can get the puck out of our zone as quick as possible— that’s huge for us.”

WHL NOTES: Prince George Cougars head coach Dean Clark was relieved of his duties by general manager Dallas Thompson on Tuesday. Clark, who joined the Cougars in April 2009, has a record of 83-163 5-11 during his tenure. The Cougars will announce a new head coach on Wednesday morning, according to a team release.

Schneider to start against Flames JOSEPH SAPIENZ A Canadian Press

VANCOUVER - The Vancouver Canucks goaltending controversy has taken another turn. Cory Schneider has been given the starting nod for Vancouver’s home game against Calgary on Wednesday after a forgettable performance in the Canucks’ season opener. Schneider was given the hook after letting in five goals on just 14 shots in a 7-3 loss against Anaheim on Saturday. Roberto Luongo stepped in to finish the Anaheim game, then stopped 30 shots in a 3-2 shootout loss to Edmon-

ton on Sunday. Despite Luongo’s solid goaltending, Schneider is being given another chance to cement himself as the starting goalie and live up to the three-year, US$12 million contract he was rewarded with last summer. When asked what he hoped to achieve against the Flames, Schneider’s wishes were simple. “Just a bounce back game,” he said after Tuesday’s practice at Rogers Arena. “A much better performance and hopefully a win for our team because we need to get one here.

“It wasn’t not the way I wanted to start but hopefully it gets better. I don’t think it can get much worse, so I’ll just hit the reset button and almost start the season over again.” The 26-year-old said he was able to forget his miserable outing against the Ducks and stay focused, despite being dropped to the bench against Edmonton. “I wasn’t worried (about not starting), I didn’t put too much into it,” Schneider said. “I was just more focused on being ready in case I did get the call and sure enough I did, so I feel like I put the work in.”

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MELBOURNE, Australia - Maria Sharapova has lost only nine games in five matches on the way to the semifinals at the Australian Open. Always the perfectionist, she sees room for improvement. Defending champion Novak Djokovic made some improvements of his own later Tuesday, beating Tomas Berdych 6-1, 4-6, 6-1, 6-4 to advance to a semifinal against David Ferrer. After needing 5 hours, 2 minutes to beat Stanislas Wawrinka in the fourth round Sunday, Djokovic never appeared threatened in his pursuit of a third consecutive Australian Open title. He completed his win over Berdych in exactly half the time of his previous victory. Sharapova beat fellow Russian Ekaterina Makarova 6-2, 6-2 on Tuesday and was asked afterward if she’d lost focus in only a few games this tournament. “No, I’d probably say more,” she said, “but that’s probably because I’m critical.” If that’s the case,

she’s a pretty tough taskmaster. After opening with pair of 6-0, 6-0 wins, Sharapova beat seven-time major winner Venus Williams 6-1, 6-3 in the third round and Belgian Kristen Flipkens 6-0, 6-1 in the fourth. Djokovic has now won 19th consecutive matches at Melbourne Park. “It was a great performance,” Djokovic said. “I was hoping to have a shorter match.” He later credited his coaches and physiotherapists who helped him overcome the short turnaround. “I consider myself fit, but I have a great team of people around me that are doing the best they can in their expertise to make me feel ready for physically, mentally, emotionally, every match, every challenge,” Djokovic said. The No. 4-seeded Ferrer survived once in the third set and twice in the fourth when No. 10 Nicolas Almagro was serving for the match, holding firm to finally advance to his fourth semifinal in six Grand Slam events with a 4-6, 4-6, 7-5, 7-6 (4), 6-2 win.

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NEW YORK - Sean Payton is back as coach of the New Orleans Saints. Payton’s season-long suspension for his role in the Saints’ bounty program was lifted by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday, nearly two weeks earlier than expected. The decision allows Payton to attend the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala., on Saturday, where some of the top college players available for the NFL draft will be competing. Payton, along with assistant head coach Joe Vitt, general manager Mickey Loomis, and four players including Jonathan Vilma, was suspended after an investigation found the club had a performance pool offering cash rewards for

key plays, including big hits. The player suspensions eventually were overturned. “I clearly recognize that mistakes were made, which led to league violations,” Payton said in a statement. “Furthermore, I have assured the commissioner a more diligent protocol will be followed.” The suspension was scheduled to end after the Super Bowl on Feb. 3, but was moved up after Payton and Goodell met on Monday. Saints owner Tom Benson welcomed back his coach. “We are all thankful that Sean Payton has been reinstated,” Benson said. “We have a lot of work to do and we are in the middle of it right now.”


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Wise customers read the fine print: •, *, ‡, § The Guts Glory Ram Event offers are limited time offers which apply to retail deliveries of selected new and unused models purchased from participating dealers on or after January 8, 2013. Dealer order/trade may be necessary. Offers subject to change and may be extended without notice. See participating dealers for complete details and conditions. •$19,498 Purchase Price applies to 2013 Ram 1500 Reg Cab ST 4x2 (23A) only and includes $7,000 Consumer Cash Discount. See participating dealers for complete details. Pricing includes freight ($1,500-$1,595) and excludes licence, insurance, registration, any dealer administration fees and other applicable fees and applicable taxes. Dealer order/trade may be necessary. Dealer may sell for less. *Consumer Cash Discounts are offered on select new 2013 vehicles which are deducted from the negotiated price before taxes. Amounts vary by vehicle. See your dealer for complete details. ‡4.49% purchase financing for up to 96 months available on the new 2013 Ram 1500 Quad Cab SXT 4x4 model to qualified customers on approved credit through Royal Bank of Canada, Scotiabank, TD Auto Finance and Ally Credit Canada. Dealer order/trade may be necessary. Dealer may sell for less. See your dealer for complete details. Example: 2013 Ram 1500 Quad Cab SXT 4x4 with a Purchase Price of $26,998 (including applicable Consumer Cash Discount) financed at 4.49% over 96 months with $0 down payment equals 208 bi-weekly payments of $155 with a cost of borrowing of $5,162 and a total obligation of $32,160. Pricing includes freight ($1,500-$1,595) and excludes licence, insurance, registration, any dealer administration fees and other applicable fees and taxes. Dealer order/trade may be necessary. Dealer may sell for less. §2013 Ram 1500 Crew Cab Laramie 4x4 with optional equipment shown. Price including applicable Consumer Cash Discount: $40,755. 2013 Ram 1500 Reg Cab SLT 4x2 shown. Price including applicable Consumer Cash Discount: $24,795. Pricing includes freight ($1,500-$1,595) and excludes licence, insurance, registration, any dealer administration fees and other applicable fees and applicable taxes. Dealer order/trade may be necessary. Dealer may sell for less. ≠Based on Automotive News classification and 2013 Ram 1500 with 3.6 L V6 4x2 and 8-speed transmission. 11.4 L/100 km (25 MPG) city and 7.8 L/100 km (36 MPG) highway. 2013 EnerGuide highway fuel consumption ratings published by Natural Resources Canada. Government of Canada test methods used. Your actual fuel consumption will vary based on powertrain, driving habits and other factors. Ask your dealer for complete EnerGuide information. ΩBased on 2012 Automotive News Full-Size Pickup segmentation and competitive information available at time of printing. TMThe SiriusXM logo is a registered trademark of SiriusXM Satellite Radio Inc.

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ALL-NEW 2013 RAM 1500 2013 RAM 1500 REGULAR CAB ST

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PURCHASE PRICE INCLUDES $7,000 CONSUMER CASH* AND FREIGHT.

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2013 RAM 1500 QUAD CAB SXT 4X4

• All-new 3.6 L PentastarTM VVT V6 delivers remarkable power with great fuel economy (available) • All-new premium interior design • Class-Exclusive RamBox cargo management system (available)Ω • Class-Exclusive 8-speed automatic (available)Ω

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2013 Ram 1500 Quad Cab Laramie 4x4 shown.§

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Kimberley Daily Bulletin, January 23, 2013  

January 23, 2013 edition of the Kimberley Daily Bulletin

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