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Riding 200 km. to conquer cancer COURTENAY — Huge hearts and unparalleled spirit connects the members of the Torry and Sons Plumbing and Heating Team riding to conquer cancer. The Comox Valley group has committed to a team goal of raising $17,500 for the BC Cancer Foundation. Each one of the riding members has been affected by family, a co-worker or close friend who has been stricken with this devastating disease and each are doing what they can to support the fight against cancer. This cycling journey is a 200-kilometre, two-day ride that will be tackled by the team in June. The route will take them from Cloverdale, over the U.S. border, and through northern Washington State before winding up in

Seattle. The Torry and Sons team consists of a cross-section of talent from throughout the company, including from their Courtenay and Nanaimo divisions: owner Brian Farnham; gas fitter Chris Sykes; tool control Ron Gibson; electrician Chris Gytenbeek; HVAC estimator Warren Hill; marketing manager Wendy Mayers; and the initiator of it all, project manager Jason O’Connell. O’Connell has completed this epic ride twice already. This year, he called on his co-workers to step into the pedals and join him on this amazing journey. Why is O’Connell riding 200 kilometres and personally raising $2,500? “I am riding for my sister Kristina who passed away from

cancer and also my pastor, Brian, who is currently fighting cancer,” O’Connell says. “My sister left behind two beautiful girls and a great husband. I would like to do my part in making sure no one else has to go through this. I would like to see this disease come to an end and I hope that by raising this money it will help move forward in making this happen.” The team is seeking support in donations from friends, family, colleagues and the community to reach their ambitious goal. The funds raised go to the BC Cancer Foundation for research and programs to help fight all types of cancer. To join the heart and spirit of the Torry and Sons Team in their effort to Conquer Cancer — a donation

Torry and Sons project manager Jason O’Connell is riding in a 200-kilometre, two-day cycling journey for his sister Kristina. Photo submitted form can be obtained from the team website at www.conquercancer. ca or for assistance call Wendy at 250-7034876.

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Glaucoma, which can strike at any age without warning, is one of the leading causes of blindness in Canada. Usually caused by an elevation of pressure within the eye, glaucoma can damage the optic nerve and lead to permanent loss of peripheral vision. Symptoms: The most common form of glaucoma usually presents no symptoms until significant peripheral vision is lost, earning glaucoma the nickname “the silent thief of sight.”

A less common form important, even if your of the disease causes a vision seems fine. sudden rise in pressure Detection: within the eye, which Your optometrist can cause pain, blurred will conduct a vision and halos comprehensive eye around lights. Left exam, check the untreated, both forms pressure in your eye can lead to and evaluate complete loss the health of peripheral of your optic vision. nerve. Prevention: If any Though concerns exist, there’s no way he or she to prevent may conduct Dr. Adam glaucoma, early further Reid detection can tests such Your Health help prevent as a visual damage from field test, the disease. which measures the That’s why regular sensitivity of your eye exams are so peripheral vision and

can detect subtle losses long before you’d notice them. Treatment: If glaucoma is detected and treated early by your BC Doctor of Optometry, permanent vision loss can usually be avoided. Treatment options can range from daily eye drops to surgery for more advanced cases. Risk Factors: Anyone can develop glaucoma, but the risk increases with age. People with diabetes, extreme nearsightedness or farsightedness, previous eye surgery,

a family history of glaucoma and people of African descent are at higher risk to develop the disease. If you’re over 60 or fall into any of the above categories, be sure to visit your optometrist every year. For more detailed information about glaucoma, visit www. bcdoctorsofoptometry. com. Dr. Adam Reid is an optometrist with Mosaic Vision Care in Courtenay. To make an appointment, call 250334-4512 or visit www. mosaicvisioncare.com.

Alzheimer Society campaign tackles stigma of dementia in Campbell River Salmon Point Angler

The nature path from Salmon Point to the Oyster river is about a 40 minute easy hike and during the prime g fishing month during the pink and Coho run anglers are lined up throwing outt flies and spoons inn hopes of catching a salmon. There are stillll signs of fishing relicss around that remindd us of fishing day’ss gone by. Old woodenn boats are beingg Old Style Scale used as planters in some situations and the old style weigh scales sc y Pier and the old Campbell are being used at Discovery River Lodge. Lake fishing hass been good in somee er areas on the lower Campbell and to thee e. north of Roberts Lake. Smaller lakes in thee area are fished whenn the wind blows upp ut but some nice trout are being caught.t. Old Wooden Boat, Salmon Point The last weekend in January the weather was windy on Bear lake and anglers who ventured out had to head home.

If a close friend told you she has dementia, would you avoid her for fear of being embarrassed by what she might say or do? If you answered “yes,” you’re not alone. According to a recent poll by Alzheimer’s Disease International, 40 per cent of people with dementia reported they had been avoided or treated differently after diagnosis. It’s no surprise, then, that one in four respondents cited stigma as a reason to conceal their diagnosis,

says Jane Hope, the Campbell River support and education coordinator for the non-profit Alzheimer Society of B.C. That’s why the Society has chosen “See me, not my disease. Let’s talk about dementia” as the theme of the annual Alzheimer Awareness Month, which runs through January nationally. The goal is to address myths about the disease, shift attitudes and make it easier to talk about dementia, says Hope. “Stereotypes and

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to double to 1.4 million in the next 20 years, including more than 177,000 British Columbians. “By talking more openly about dementia, we can all help to increase awareness about the symptoms, encourage earlier diagnosis and provide support for families to have the confidence and skills for the journey ahead.” To help change the conversation, she says, area residents can do their part if they: ● Learn the facts about dementia. Help to dispel inaccurate information to change society’s attitudes and opinions towards people with the disease. ● Stop making jokes about Alzheimer’s which trivialize the condition. ”We don’t tolerate racial jokes, yet dementia-related jokes are common.” ● Maintain relationships with people with dementia at home, in the community or at work, especially as the disease progresses. To learn more about the Let’s Talk About Dementia campaign, visit www.alzheimerbc. org. For information on local assistance contact Hope toll-free at 1-800-462-2833 or jhope@alzheimerbc. org.


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Bone up on your joint diseases Campbell River to explore the prophecies of revelation in new Bible study series Osteoarthritis is a disease that affects the joints in the body. Although it can affect any joint, it is most common in the hips, knees, spine, and feet. It is caused by the breakdown of cartilage, which is the tough rubbery material that covers the joint surfaces of all of the bones in the body. In healthy joints, the cartilage acts as a shock absorber against any weight or impact that is put through the joint. When a joint develops osteoarthritis the cartilage becomes rough and thin. The thinning of the cartilage increases the friction in the joint and can cause an increase in the growth of the underlying bone resulting in the formation of bone spurs. If the arthritis continues to progress, the cartilage can wear away entirely leaving bone to rub on bone. Damage due to osteoarthritis progresses slowly over time and may result in several problems. You may have pain, especially when moving a joint. Sometimes, you may hear a grating sound when the roughened cartilage on the surface of the bones rubs together. A joint may feel sore and stiff, and the

joint won’t move as easily your cardiovascular fitness or as far as it once did. If and keep your weight down. you are experiencing any of Protecting the joint means these symptoms it is best to not trying to do too much at see your family doctor and once, positioning the joints get an x-ray to look at the properly to avoid undue stress, health of whatever joints are and using devices like grocery causing you pain. Although carts or canes to help make traditional wisdom states that daily tasks easier. If you are osteoarthritis is caused by “wear having trouble moving because and tear” the exact of osteoarthritis a cause of osteoarthritis is physiotherapist can actually unknown. show you some simple The risk of getting exercises to help osteoarthritis increases maintain the strength with your weight and and flexibility of your with your age. Most joints as well as giving people develop it you strategies to help Ben after the age of 45. decrease joint stress. Chatterson A previous injury Surgery is sometimes Rehab in Motion to a joint will also an option in cases increase your chances where exercise and of developing arthritis. So joint protection are no longer what can you do once you effective. In an arthroscopic have developed arthritis? Joint surgery, bits of cartilage are protection and exercise are the trimmed or removed from the most effective ways to slow the joint to allow the joint to move progression of the disease. more smoothly. Generally Exercise helps reduce when arthroscopic surgery is pain and prevents further unsuccessful the final option is joint damage. Strengthening to replace the entire joint with exercises help to protect and an artificial one. stabilize the joint, gentle stretching exercises can help to Ben Chatterson is a keep it moving and low impact physiotherapist at Rehabilitation exercises such as walking or in Motion. Visit www. swimming can help increase rehabinmotion.com

Interest in prophecy has recently captured the attention of North America, and in the last decade, the topic has graced the covers of TIME and Newsweek. Many are wondering if the recent political and economic upheaval is a sign of the end. In the midst of all this confusion, many people are turning to the Bible for answers. It is for this reason that, beginning Feb. 15, It Is Written Television will be presenting a special DVD series about the book of Revelation called Revelation Today, featuring John Bradshaw director and speaker for It Is Written Television. Over the course of this free, media event,

Bradshaw will open the Bible to explore Revelation chapter by chapter. In a world where many people are terrified of what the future holds, Bradshaw has found that Revelation actually contains a message of peace and hope for the future. He also will show that the Bible itself holds the keys to revealing the signs of Revelation, and that by studying other parts of this Holy Book, one can find answers to what will happen in the final days of Earth’s history. “The book of Revelation is possibly the most misunderstood and confusing book in the Bible, when in fact it is the revelation of Jesus Christ,” said Bradshaw. “During this series, Bible subjects

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Explore together There is no better province to explore than British Columbia and no better family bonding experience than sharing the thrill of a new discovery or experience. Day trips can create remarkable family memories. They offer a wonderful way to spend time together and learn more about where you live. The variety of experiences available to families is different in each region of this spectacular province - you might decide to explore close to home or venture to one of the other regions in B.C. over the Family Day weekend. Whether taking SkyTrain, BC Ferries, driving, or hopping a flight, there are many ways to invest in a day of discovery. Travel is just one aspect. To maximize the experience families should involve everyone in the planning. By planning ahead you and your whole family can experience a worthwhile outing and make every aspect fun. Create a list of activities or venues and assign a rough budget for each. Allow family members to weigh in on their preferences and discuss what they would like to see, do or learn at each. You might decide to stay in a hotel and be a tourist in your own hometown. Kids or youth can map out the sites and activities, creating a family agenda including selecting the points of interest, lunch and shopping as well as enjoying the amenities your hotel might offer. It’s the perfect way to free up everyone from everyday tasks and roles. Researching history, attractions, museums, parks

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2013, is under way now, and if you’ve ever thought of visiting Japan, this summer may be just the opportunity you’ve been waiting for. About a dozen people usually participate in each trip, usually a mix of adults plus several high school students (especially those keen to practice the Japanese language skills they’ve been learning at school). A few of the Twinning Society members who were hoping to go to Japan this summer have had to postpone their trip, so there now looks to be spaces for more people to join the group this August. If this sounds interesting to you, a trip with the Twinning Society begins by contacting the group, many of whom have already been to Numata and can answer all your

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Students prepare for journey of a life A group of 12 Campbell River Christian School (CRCS) students are raising money for a mission to Uganda that their viceprincipal says will be a life changing experience. The 12 students – along with four school leaders including Vice-Principal Peter Terpstra and local pediatric plastic surgeon Dr. Robin Evans – will spend 16 days in July working at the Soroti Regional Referral Hospital, a facility that is chronically overcrowded and underfunded and where the struggling staff serves an impoverished rural population that cannot afford even basic health care.

Terpstra says: “We will be going there to assist in the hospital where we are needed. These students will be encountering tough conditions, stuff they have never seen. They will be totally changed.” Grade 12 student Oksanna KindyOlesen, 17, says it will be her first visit to Africa. “I’m expecting to find conditions I’ve never experience. I’m preparing to find conditions I will have difficulty getting used to. I am preparing for something I will probably never fully recover from.” The CRCS team will be working with Dr. Sister Mary Margaret Ajiko at the hospital to provide humanitarian aid and assist with projects

around the hospital and grounds. The hospital is the main government referral facility for the mid-eastern region of Uganda. It has 274 beds to serve approximately one million people in the city of Soroti and the surrounding rural area. The picture Sister Mary Margaret paints of the conditions is not a pretty one: “Picture if you will an operating theatre with cracks in the floor and leaks in the ceiling; single beds with many patients crowded in them with no bed linens; mothers delivering babies on the floor; premature babies with no chance of survival due to lack of incubators; patients wheeled into surgery

Members of the Uganda Team at the Campbell River Christian School hand out goodies at their school’s Christmas market. The team of 12 students heading to Uganda includes (from the left) Heather Belanger, Josie Corrado, Jaden Welsh and Brielle Kelly. Photo by Brian Kieran with their plastic bag of rubber gloves, sutures and medicines they have purchased locally because the hospital has limited supplies; a virtually useless X-ray machine due to lack of film; sutures cut into small strips to use as many

times as possible.” CRCS Education Assistant Jessica Kelly, who is also going on the mission, says the process of preparing the students for the terrible conditions they will see has already begun. “We have a variety of

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