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Too many kids for Davidson Road to handle

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Reanne Pearson didn’t turn away when she learned some kids and their mom was suffering abuse at home. She contacted authorities and has organized two days of events to inform everyone of the resources available in the community. ...............................

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When Deb Butler first moved to Oyama nearly 20 years ago there was a movement underway to close down schools in Lake Country due to declining enrolment. With her children entering the school system, Butler got involved with Parent Advisory Councils at different Lake Country schools as well as at the district level and fought, alongside other parents, to keep schools open. “The whole time we were fighting to keep schools open we were saying ‘the kids are coming,’” she recalled last week, in an interview with the Lake Country Calendar. “Now they are coming and we have a different problem.” The problem now is there are more kids about to enter the school system than there are spaces available, specifically at Davidson Road Elementary. Butler is still involved in the battle for kids and schools in Lake Country but is now in her first term as a School District 23 board member, elected by the public to represent Lake Country at the board of education table. The district is pre-

dicting there will be at least 30 more kids registering for Davidson Road Elementary this fall than the school can currently handle. “We are going to see a big push of elementary kids and we will need to find space for them,” said Butler. “We want to work together and hopefully find the best solution that everybody can buy into.” The district had floated the idea of moving Grade 7’s into George Elliot and turning the high school into a Grade 7 to 12 school. That plan was shelved after a big outcry from parent groups. Now the district has decided to form a focus group to study the situation and come up with the best way to handle it by September of 2014. In the meantime the 30 extra kids that enter the school system this fall and fall under Davidson Road’s catchment area will be bussed to Peter Greer Elementary. Parents, teachers, school board members and staff will enter into discussions to try to find the best approach to dealing with an influx of kids including moving kids in Grades 6, 7, and 8 into a middle school, revising catchment areas or

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CENTRAL OKANAGAN SCHOOL DISTRICT board member Deb Butler in front of Davidson Road

Elementary, where an influx of young kids entering the school system will mean many in Davidson’s catchment area will have to attend school elsewhere.

placing students in portables. “It’s a huge decision for Lake Country,” said Butler. “As a board we support the middle school concept so personally I think if we support that then we need to look to the middle school concept. Any change, even positive change, can fracture a community so it’s important that the com-

munity feels a part of the process and the solution. This gives us time to decide what is the best way to go to deal with these extra kids moving into the school system.” Registration for the 2013-14 school session opened on Feb. 4 and parents are expected to lineup to make sure their child can go to school at Davidson Road. It’s the first time in the history

of elementary schools in Lake Country that was expected to happen. The district has a set of priorities that ranks each school child when it comes to placing them. If two children are ranked in the same category, the deciding factor of who goes where will be who registered first. Butler says it’s a complete change from decades ago.

“For all my years of fighting to keep schools open it’s a positive that we have too many kids but it’s not necessarily the best situation for families that want to get into their home school,” she said. “I’m really hopeful next year we can come up with some solutions that everybody is happy with.”

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Lake Country to improve waste water treatment

Politicians from every level of government were all smiles late Friday in Winfield, as they announced the final instalment of $4-million for water treatment infrastructure that will benefit the entire Central Okanagan. Lake Country Mayor

James Baker was joined by federal MP Ron Cannan and provincial MLA Norm Letnick as well as reps from the Central Okanagan Regional District and the Union of B.C. Municipalities, for the announcement of money to upgrade the district’s wastewater treatment plant. “Usually when we

schedule an announcement for 3:30 on a Friday afternoon the media is asking what we are trying to slide through,” said a smiling Cannan to a large crowd including most of Lake Country council as well as staff from the district and CORD as well as other stakeholders. “We’re not trying to push any-

thing through. This is an example of the different levels of government working together to help communities upgrade.” The timing of the event was actually needed to gather all the politicians together at the same time. The majority of the $7-million pro-

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After playing Winfield minor until his first year of bantam, Lashuk joined the Pursuit of Excellence Hockey Academy for a season before making the Okanagan Rockets major midget team as a 15-year-old. A shoulder injury and surgery put Lashuk on the sidelines for his second year of midget before he tried out for and made the Kelowna Chiefs junior B team last season W and then the Warriors this year. “It’s always been a goal of mine to make it to junior hockey and to accomplish that out of Winfield is pretty good,” he said. “There are only a handful of guys to make junior from Winfield.” One of those is a former teammate Harlan Orr, currently playing for Salmon Arm in the BCHL and another is Lashuk’s older brother Derek Lashuk, a defenceman for Beaver Valley in the KIJHL. For Brent Lashuk this season has been about battling through injury and attempting to get established at a higher level of junior that he played last year. And he’s handling it well. “It’s always tough to be a rookie in the league but I’m getting used to it and I’m really enjoying playing at this level,” he said, adding that the Warriors could be a force in the playoffs if everyone gets healthy. “Once

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Story of abuse calls teen into action KEVIN PARNELL

During a summer outing with her family, Lake Country student Reanne Pearson heard a story about a young boy who was living in an abusive household. The boy’s mother was being abused and the children were forced to live through what Pearson thought was an unhealthy situation. The Grade 12 student was deeply affected by the story of abuse, so much so that she decided to do something about it. “We heard this story about a family where the wife was getting abused and it really hit home beRcause I didn’t realize how big of a problem this was in the world,” said Pearson, 17. “I felt it was important to do something because maybe the kids didn’t know that what was happening in their house was wrong. I think it’s important that the kids know this isn’t right and there is somewhere they can get help.” So with that in mind, Pearson went to work, contacting the Kelow-

na Women’s Shelter, the Central Okanagan School District and the George Elliot Parent Advisory Council to organize what is now a two-day event that will be held this Thursday and Friday at the school. During lunch hour she, along with members of the Kelowna Women’s Shelter and the faculty at George Elliot, will be providing fellow students with information on domestic abuse and where kids can get information for guidance and counselling. Pearson also approached local businesses to secure donations for draw prizes to help generate interest in her event and raise money, with any proceeds going to the women’s shelter. “It’s important for high school students to know what a healthy relationship looks like so if they are being abused or see abuse they realize what the difference is between a healthy and abusive relationship,” she said. “It doesn’t have to be physical abuse. It can be mental, psychological, sexual. It could be hap-

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GEORGE ELLIOT student Reanne Pearson has organized an event at the Lake Country high school this week

that will focus on healthy relationships. pening to anybody.” Pearson is hoping to make this an annual event at the school and provide students with information on abuse on an ongoing basis, rather just a one-off event. She is expecting to attend UBCO to study psychology next year but is taking steps to make sure

there are students who will follow in her footsteps. “I want to pick out individuals from each grade below me so this can keep occurring,” she said. “I don’t want this to be a one time event, I want this to continue on when I’m not at the high school.”

Pearson is no stranger to giving back to the community. In the past she has volunteered at the boys and girls club, has helped organize a ride for the cure for breast cancer as well as working with children with disabilities. She says if one person is touched by this week’s healthy re-

lationship event, it will be a success. “All I want is for kids to be aware that abuse is occurring,” she said. “The greater feeling will be knowing I helped somebody and got the awareness out in the community.” newsroom @lakecountrynews.net

we get everybody back from injury I think we can make a splash in the playoffs. Once we are healthy and playing hard, we will be tough to beat.” The Warriors entered last weekend sitting in third place in the BCHL Interior Division. The team briefly moved into second in the standings but slid back to third with its loss last weekend. Still the club has put some space between itself and Salmon Arm, with the Silverbacks sitting in the fourth and final playoff spot, five points back of West Kelowna. The Warriors are on the road this weekend, traveling to Salmon Arm Friday and to Vernon on Saturday. newsroom @lakecountrynews.net

Politicians gather to congratulate each other WATER FROM A1 ject—the wastewater treatment plant will be upgraded with energy efficient green technology and the latest scientific advancements to increase the plant’s capacity—comes from gas taxes. The federal Gas Tax Fund will contribute $4.1 million while $1.1 million comes from CORD’s annual Gas Tax Fund allocation. A further $3 million was won through an application to the UBCM and its capital project

fund. Lake Country mayor James Baker credited staff for working through the application process to attain the different grants and secure the money needed for the upgrades. “We go after every grant we can,” said Baker. “I think we have had great collaboration (with the province and federal government). If we can share the burden with the rest of Canada and the province it makes it easier on the debt load that we inherited 17

years ago (when Lake Country incorporated).” The upgrades at the District of Lake Country’s wastewater treatment facility are needed with the current plant and disposal system nearing capacity. The increased capacity will allow for growth in the district as well as the potential for existing neighbourhoods that have failing septic fields to receive sanitary sewer service. The design phase for the project has been completed and tenders

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will go out this month with construction on the plant expected in the spring. The project is expected to double the current plant’s capacity and contribute to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. “This will have an impact on the community,” said Cannan in summing up his remarks by quoting from the movie Field of Dreams. “If you build it they will come,” he said. newsroom @lakecountrynews.net

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annon will roar across the Inner Harbour on the morning of Feb. 12 to mark the opening of the 2013 legislature session. Lieutenant Governor Judith Guichon will inspect the troops and present her inaugural Throne Speech, setting out the B.C. Liberal government’s goals for the coming year. This ritual will kick off a legislative session that is expected to run until March 14, where the official Parliamentary Calendar shows a threeweek break for Easter. Debate is unlikely to resume in April, as the election campaign will be in full roar by then. This means there will be a grand total of 19 sitting days to push through a budget and a raft of legislation. Here’s my unofficial preview. The pre-election budget will be presented Feb. 19 by Finance Minister Michael de Jong. Premier Christy Clark has decreed that it must

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Tom Fletcher be balanced, and the government has made extra efforts to armour itself against what will likely be the loudest debate ahead. First, de Jong held a pre-budget meeting of the government’s bluechip forecast council in public. This provided a visual record of what happens every year, when the finance ministry solicits the same sort of independent advice as most competent democracies, and bases its numbers on that. Then the finance ministry hired former Bank of Montreal chief econo-

mist Tim O’Neill, who will act as an unofficial version of the parliamentary budget officer in Ottawa. Now that we have simultaneous oversight of child welfare and the police, the next step is to extend it to finance bureaucrats. Regardless of party, the government has to produce a three-year set of forecasts to replace the current one. A lot of election energy will go into competing claims about who is better at predicting the future. Another new law to be given high priority is one setting up senate elections, to be run in connection with the May 14 provincial vote. Alberta pioneered this, and Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s recent round of senate appointments included Calgary lawyer Doug Black, who won an Alberta senate election held last year. There was no one appointed to replace Gerry St. Germain, who bid an emotional adieu as a

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Conservative senator for B.C. last year. St. Germain was instrumental in uniting the splintered federal Conservatives, but he reached the mandatory retirement age of 75, having been appointed by Brian Mulroney in 1993 after losing his seat as an MP. Why would this senate reform be so urgent for the B.C. Liberals now? Well, turnout for the 2009 election fell to around 50 per cent, a record low for a provincial vote. If that downward trend is reversed this year, it will be in large part because people are still mad enough about the harmonized sales tax and a range of other issues

to get off the couch and kick some B.C. Liberal butt. Electing senators remains a popular notion, especially with older, conservative-minded voters in B.C. who identified with the Reform Party. The first-ever senate election looks like the best available shot at boosting turnout among people who are not likely to vote NDP, and who may also be disengaged from provincial politics. And then there is the provincial sales tax bill. Another kick in the slats for the movie business, for one, and don’t hold your breath for NDP leader Adrian Dix to produce a solution in the wake of his recent trip to Tinsel Town. The performance of the governing party and the opposition will be scrutinized as never before. Tom Fletcher is legislative reporter and columnist for Black Press. BCLocalnews.com. tfletcher@blackpress.ca

come unstoppable. The term “critical mass” comes from nuclear physics. At the Manhattan Project, scientists discovered that when a certain mass of fissionable material is brought together, a chain reaction starts. Up to that mass, the reaction will fizzle out; beyond it, the reaction proceeds explosively. The principle is also true socially. We commonly assume that social change requires a majority—50 per cent plus one or more. But the revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia had nowhere near a majority of citizens involved. I don’t know what proportion of Egyptians rallied in Tahrir Square. I’m sure it wasn’t 50 per cent but it was enough to topple SEE TAYLOR A5

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One more can tip the scales TAYLOR FROM A4

Hosni Mubarak. It may be enough to force current president Mohamed Morsi to bend. When I look at history, I see even smaller factions having huge effects. The biggest upheaval in history started with one radical from Galilee. Who gathered 12 men, and an unknown number of women, who told a few others. They formed a tiny fragment of the Jewish population, an even smaller proportion of the almighty Roman empire. But they generated enough critical mass to become the empire’s official religion 300 years later. Has the Idle No More movement in Canada, the Occupy movement in the U.S., achieved critical mass yet? I doubt it. But who knows? One thing is clear—a critical mass always favours some new development. It never goes into ereverse. The heel-dragging

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majority may crush a radical movement before it achieves a critical mass, just as nuclear engineers can isolate blobs of enriched uranium to prevent a chain reaction from starting. But once the reaction starts, nothing can stuff the genie back into the bottle. Bruce Sanguin, in his book Darwin, Divinity, and the Dance of the Cosmos, uses the example of feminism. Feminism has always been around. It existed in ancient cultures. It threads through the Bible. But feminism achieved critical mass in the 1970s. Now, says Sanguin, “the feminist revolution

has meant that the treatment of women in all cultures will inevitably be measured against the (new) standard of equality. There is no going back. Patriarchal regimes and institutions may resist feminism, but now that it has emerged into human consciousness, it can never be ‘undone’.” He could equally well have used slavery as an example. Or literacy. Or mobile computing devices—which now outnumber the world’s human population. Or nuclear technology, for that matter. No one can predict exactly when a nascent movement becomes a critical mass. It may require as little as one more participant. Confronted by a new movement, it seems to me, we can try to ignore it. We can resist it. Or we can join it—and perhaps add the infinitesimal extra that turns mere potential into critical mass. Jim Taylor is an Okanagan Cenre author.

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Ron Cannan students intending to return to their studies in the next school year.. Designed to focus on local priorities, the initiative provides funding to not-for-profit, public-sector and small private-sector employers with 50 or fewer employees. This year, the application process for employees will be held from Feb. 1 to 28. Assessment of appli-

cations will take place in March and employers will be contacted in May so that students can be hired beginning in May 2013. Canada Summer Job proposals will be assessed using the following guidelines: • service to local communities • jobs that support local priorities • jobs that provide career-related experience or early work experience • jobs with a salary that contributes to the student’s income • employers who provide supervision and mentoring • project activities that are directed toward members of, and support the vitality of, an official language minority community and • employers who intend to hire priority stu-

dents (students with disabilities, aboriginal students and students who are members of visible minority groups). In 2011, Ottawa increased the budget for Canada Summer Jobs by $10 million, bringing the total program budget to $107.5 million. The increased funding will help more students gain the skills and experience they need to be successful, now and in the future, while at the same time earning money for the upcoming school year. If you are an employer who thinks you can hire a student this summer, please go to servicecanada.gc.ca/csj2013 for information and learn how to apply.

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Clash of aboriginal resource jobs vs. environmental impact L ately I’ve seen two very significant issues facing Canadian aboriginals in the media. The first is the Idle No More movement which is pressing the federal government to make some decisions and move forward on a number of issues such as the environment. The main issues seem to stem from Bill C-38 which redefines how we protect our environment and gives the government more power over resource development. The other is Bill C-45 which takes into account our waterways including the Fisheries Act and once again gives the government more power to implement change. Running parallel to this movement is such economic activity as mining exploration, future mines, and other resource sensitive issues such as Enbridge.

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Jane Muskens A good example of this kind of economic activity is an area which is about 500 kilometres northeast of Thunder Bay, Ont., just below James Bay called the Ring of Fire. This area is rich in chromium and nickel. Chromium is used to make stainless steel which is in high demand in growth sector economies such as China and India. What’s happening in these First Nation communities is a desire by many to work for the

mines, but they lack the education and skills to qualify for these jobs. This is what happened in Attawapiskat and the De Beers diamond mine. Support to the First Nations community for education and training to meet the needs of the diamond mining economy just didn’t happen as quickly as it could have. The aboriginal labour pool couldn’t meet the needs of the employer thereby not providing the Attawapiskat community with greater economic returns. Now Noront, a mining company out of Toronto, is keen in ensuring its mining operations can employ as many local aboriginal workers as possible. They are aiming for a 25 per cent aboriginal workforce. The company is looking at training options instead of asking workers to have the required Grade 12 graduation.

The company would take into account previous work experience and have workers complete local training programs. Other initiatives include summer camps that were held last year. Aboriginal youth age eight to 19 spent time learning such things as prospecting, claim staking, mapping, GPS technology and the application of environmental geochemistry. Mining and other resource-based economies have the opportunity to bring employment into the hinterland of Canada and at the same time provide Aboriginal com- ▼ munities with jobs. How the Idle No More movement will reconcile this with its environmental concerns and Bill C-38 and Bill C-45 will be interesting. t Jane Muskens is the registrar for Okanagan C a College. a jmuskens@okanagan.bc.ca c p p b m ning of the building. The money we collect goes l towards basic upkeep of a equipment and kitchen o requirements, audio sys- w tem, tables and chairs. t Each group collects w a small user fee which provides them with the r funds to run their activ- h ity and pay the centre 50 s cents per person per visit. a Our membership fee b is $5.50 per person per f year January to Decem- v ber. The $5.50 is paid s

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Seniors centre has room for more members The Lake Country Senior’s Activity Centre is a non-profit society with the mandate to provide and enrich the quality of life for seniors in the community. No one wants to be considered old. Much of the physical decline is caused by inactivity and subsequent boredom to which the elderly have traditionally been consigned.   Remaining active rather than slowing down and taking it easy could prolong men-

tal and physical health. If you are having a difficult time with situations in your life, please feel free to contact us at the society and we will try to help where we can. At this particular time we have several activities being held at the centre and there is probably something for everybody. Some of the groups are sewing, crib, bridge, painting, tai-chi, wood shop, bus society, hospital auxiliary and Tuesday lunch. The centre started in

1979 and since that time there have been many go through the doors, some using the centre for meetings, activities, memorial teas, weddings or just about anything you can think of. We have just lowered our user age to 50. We are in desperate need of some younger members to assist those who are getting older. Considering the fact that we are a non-profit organization we are self-sufficient and are responsible for the run-

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March 1, 2013. The number of hours donated by volunteers in Canada is the equivalent of nearly 1.1 million fulltime jobs. We all know what a big difference volunteers make here in Kelowna-Lake Country and our quality of life is unquestionably better because of their efforts.   Information about the Prime Minister’s Volun-

teer Awards, including details about previous recipients, can be found at www.pm.gc.ca/awards or call 1-877-825-0434. If you know a local individual or organization that merits the Prime Minister’s Volunteer Award, please take the time to nominate them and insure their valuable work is recognized. Better yet, if you are looking for volun-

a t S f teer opportunities in n our community, please p feel free to get in touch b with Dawn Wilkinson, y who manages the Community Information n and Volunteer Centre t at Kelowna Commun- s ity Resources. Call her at s 250-763-8008. l Ron Cannan is the c Conservative MP for Ke- o lowna-Lake Country. r 250-470-5075 a ron@cannan.ca i


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Take a second shot at those already forgotten New Year’s resolutions

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hink back on the New Years’ resolutions you’ve set for yourself. How many have you been able to keep? When it comes to resolutions, most of us tend to have the mindset of a Texan: Go big or go home. We reach for the stars and set goals like running the Boston Marathon or looking like Arnold Schwarzenegger when our sneakers haven’t seen the light of day since Thanksgiving. We all want to be a better “me” in this New Year, but if we set the bar too high are we bound to fail?

Laura Snyder

Keeping You Fit And if we fail will we resort back to our old ways and habits without giving it a second try? As a physiotherapist I commonly hear about people wanting to increase their physical activity, lose weight and

build muscle mass. Unfortunately the extreme resolutions are more likely to be abandoned and result in physical injury. Don’t get me wrong, they are important goals and may be achievable if given enough time. However, making smaller, intermediate resolutions may be a better way to get you where you want to go. Whether you’ve already registered for a race or just want to get your heart pumping, starting at the beginning is always a good idea. According to the American College of Sports Medicine (ASCM) exer-

▼ SENIORS CENTRE ACTIVITIES

Don’t have to be old to have fun SENIORS FROM A6 to the District of Lake Country for maintenance on the building so, as you can see, not much comes to the society. At present there are approximately 325 members and room for many more. The centre is always looking to sponsor other activity groups, so if you or someone you know would like to start an activity let us know and we will try to get it started. Beginning in February, we are looking to have two drop-in sessions, on Wednesday and Friday, where members can come for coffee, tea and a sweet and visit with friends for a small fee. Also, we would like to have a Sit to get Fit program. This would just enable everyone to be able to do something a bit physical. The other program we are starting is bingo on the second and fourth Sundays of the month from 1:30 in the afternoon. If there are enough people there could even be a bus available to get you there and home. The centre is a very nice facility. Downstairs, there is a library with several books and a nice seating area if you would like some solitude. You can borrow the books or donate others. This room can also be used as a meeting room. There is a pool table, a shuffle

board and a ping pong table. There is also a large room for other appropriate games or meetings. Upstairs we have a large hall with seating for 150 people which can be used for many functions. There is a well equipped kitchen ready for use. We are always in need of more volunteers so if you have some extra time on your hands and want to put them to good use give us a call. Seniors, this is your centre and it is important

that we look after its use or it will be gone someday when others coming up in age would have liked to have been able to use it. This is a great place to meet others for sharing and caring. The Lake Country Seniors Centre is located at 9832 Bottom Wood Lake Rd. in Winfield. Please call Dorothy at 250-766-4568 or Bobby at 250-766-766-0869 for more information and to get involved.

Thank you so much To the Lake Country Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, MP Ron Cannan, MLA Norm Letnick, Mayor James Baker and our Business Community for such a wonderful goodbye party. Thank you to everyone who made time to attend, it was very heartwarming and much appreciated. A special thanks to John Hintz for setting up his equipment and for dedicating a song to me. You have a great voice and it was so thoughtful of you. A very warm welcome to Corrinne Cross our new Chamber Manager, I know I’m passing the reins to a very capable lady! Best regards from retiring Chamber Manager, Linda Wilson

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cise and physical activity can reduce your risk of coronary heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, and some forms of cancer (Garber et al. 2011). It can also lower your blood pressure, help

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MAKING SMALLER, INTERMEDIATE RESOLUTIONS MAY BE A BETTER WAY TO GET YOU WHERE YOU WANT TO GO.

with weight management, prevent and improve mild to moderate depressive disorders and anxiety and improve your overall quality of life. With this many benefits, how could you not want to add exercise to your daily life in 2013? The ASCM recommends that healthy adults should exercise at a moderate intensity

for at least 150 minutes per week (Garber et al. 2011). This works out to be 30 minutes of exercise five days a week. And, as long as each exercise interval is at least 10 minutes in length, you can combine intervals to reach the full 30 minutes. It may not be the 26 miles of a marathon but it will start to train your muscles, heart and lungs to handle the new demand. Over time your body will adapt to these changes and you will be able to walk or run faster and further than you could before. Once you’ve reached this intermediate resolution, you may start training for those longer runs with more intense training schedules. There are many training plans out there for you to follow, just remember to set small goals and give yourself time in order to build the endurance you will need for race day. If you were previous-

ly inactive and 150 minutes of exercise is your end goal, start small. Less than 20 minutes of exercise per day can still provide you with many

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THERE ARE MANY TRAINING PLANS OUT THERE FOR YOU TO FOLLOW, JUST REMEMBER TO SET SMALL GOALS AND GIVE YOURSELF TIME IN ORDER TO BUILD THE ENDURANCE YOU WILL NEED FOR RACE DAY.

health benefits (Garber et al. 2011). Try taking a 10 minute walk on your lunch break, park at the far end of the parking lot or climb those stairs to your office instead of taking the elevator. Any amount of physical ac-

tivity is beneficial, but like vacation time, more is better (Garber et al. 2011). Challenge yourself each week by increasing the briskness, duration and/or frequency of your exercise and you’ll be on a healthy path to reaching your New Year’s resolution and those 150 minutes. If you have a known heart disease or chronic condition consult with your physician before beginning an exercise program. For a little extra motivation check out Dr. Mike Evan’s video called 23 1/2 hours available at, http://www.myfavouritemedicine.com/23and-a-half-hours/ and start small to go big.

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Polyunsaturated fat linked to heart risk

▼ MENTAL HEALTH

Depression can set in after child birth

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child’s birth is a time often filled with great anticipation, excitement and joy as a family welcomes the new little person and is filled with hope about all the possibility inherent in a new life. Unfortunately, for some mothers this joyful experience can turn into a nightmare when they sink into depression, anxiety or even psychosis. By now, most people are aware of the existence of postpartum depression—a condition that can affect up to 15 per cent of new mothers. But sadly there are still many who don’t want to talk about it openly. Societal expectations surrounding motherhood often place unspoken pressure on women to bury negative feelings and many don’t seek help even when they need it. January is postpartum depression awareness month and I thought a fitting time to revisit this important topic.

Healing Minds

Paul Latimer Pregnancy and the postpartum period are times when women are most vulnerable to develop or relapse into mental illness. Extreme changes in hormone levels can affect brain chemistry as well as most other body systems and often trigger symptoms of depression or anxiety. Of course the tremendous life change, disrupted sleep and stress of becoming a parent can also increase susceptibility to a mood disorder. As a result of all of these factors, most women experience mild

mood symptoms after giving birth. These can include sadness, weepiness, lack of concentration and moodiness. This is not considered a disorder though because symptoms are mild and subside in a few days. For those who develop full blown postpartum depression, symptoms can be much more severe and require treatment with either therapy, medication or a combination. Depression can come on gradually and may begin at any time during pregnancy, immediately following delivery or within the first year of motherhood. Risk factors include previous postpartum depression, personal or family history of depression or other mental illness, a difficult pregnancy, high levels of stress, depression or anxiety during pregnancy, mood changes while taking birth control or fertility medication or social isolation.

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Screening questionnaires and doctor interviews during pregnancy can help to identify those at risk and ensure support systems are in place before a crisis develops. It is important to note that postpartum depression is an illness. It is not a product of a weak character or the fault of the mother. Counseling, medication and social support are all important factors in treating this condition and with help, depressed mothers recover well and can expect a happy, normal life. Most important, if you or someone you love is experiencing postpartum depression or anxiety, seek help. Not only will support and treatment help the affected mother, but it can also help to keep children safe and happy. Untreated, maternal depression can have a profound negative effect on family relationships and the healthy development of children. Help is available.

UBC researcher Sanjoy Ghosh wants to better understand how diet can cause chronic cardiovascular complications for people trying to control diabetes and obesity. Ghosh, assistant professor of biology with the Irving K. Barber School of Arts and Sciences at UBC’s Okanagan campus, is investigating the role Omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) play in the development of heart disease in people with diabetes and obesity. Omega-6 PUFA includes vegetable oil, canola oil, corn oil, sunflower oil and safflower oil, all commonly used in food products in Canada, and a major staple of the North American diet. Omega-6 is generally thought to be a “healthy” fat, but Ghosh notes that his own research, as well as other recent studies, suggests too much Omega-6 could cause inflammation and damage the heart muscle. Fifty years ago, before Omega-6 was widely promoted as a health benefit, the ratio of Omega-6 to Omega-3 PUFA found in the human diet

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was close to a one-to-one ratio, says Ghosh. “Nowadays, the ratio is closer to 20:1,” he says of the bandwagon effect with North Americans consuming more vegetable oils and less and less fish. As a result, people have turned to fish oil pills containing Omega 3 PUFA to help ‘match’ their intake of Omega 6. “The breakthrough we saw in our lab was the inflammation caused by the Omega 6 fatty acids gets worse with the addition of Omega 3,” says Ghosh. To better understand the potential consequences of such fish oil supplements in the North American context, Ghosh and his research team, which includes research colleague Deanna Gibson, assistant professor of biology, fed mice a corn oil-based diet (rich in Omega-6 PUFA). This simulated the typical North American diet to evaluate metabolic stress, gastrointestinal health and heart function. Researchers then supplemented the diet with fish oil (Omega 3 PUFA) to determine if this would reduce the damaging effects of the vegetable oil diet. Unfortunately, this strategy initiated more damage and inflammation. “But why?” says Ghosh. “Our hypothesis is that levels of Omega 6 are so high in our bodies that any more unsaturated fatty acid— even Omega 3, despite its

health benefits—will actually contribute to the negative effects Omega 6 PUFA have on the heart and gut. Bottom line is it’s too much unsaturated fat, and our body doesn’t know what to do with it.” Ghosh believes this research helps contribute to the case against a magic pill” solutions to nutrition and health. “Here’s my opinion,” says Ghosh. “Lower intake of Omega 6 PUFA while increasing your consumption of fish and foods where Omega 3 occurs naturally, as seen with the Mediterranean diet. “Improper diet cannot be fixed by a pill. Polyunsaturated fats should be brought down in our diet, olive oil should be increased, and saturated fats should be increased— they are the most natural, and have been part of our evolution since the beginning of time.”  Ghosh’s research has been funded by the Canadian Diabetes Association since 2007. “We were the first researchers in Canada who provided evidence that excess Omega 6 fats are bad in heart disease following diabetes. That was in 2004,” says Ghosh. “My researvch on dietary fats over the past decade has been very innovative and, consequently, very controversial. “I am so grateful to CDA because they believed in me, supported me and enabled me to pursue my research passions.”

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You Love Them, so Licence Them! Purchase or RENEW your Dog Licence before February 28th

▼ PERSONAL FINANCE

Tax Free Savings Account basics MARION HENSELWOOD

A few years ago, The TFSA was introduced. While many folks are using this option each year, there are still questions about what it is, and how it could form the start, or a part of your investment mix. Whatever you’re saving for, a tax-free savings account is a great option. Here are the basics you need to know: • What is a taxfree savings account (TFSA)? A TFSA is a registered savings account hthat allows you to earn investment income taxfree. Contributions are not deductible for tax purposes and withdrawals of contributions and earnings are not taxable. • What options do I have?

The tax-free savings account provides you with plenty of options— like a high interest Tax Free Savings Account, a redeemable term deposit and a non-redeemable term deposit. Talk with your financial advisor to find out the best option for you. • Who can open a TFSA? Any individual (other than a trust) who is resident in Canada, is 18 or older and has a social insurance number can establish a TFSA at a credit union or other financial institution eligible to issue RSPs. • How much can I contribute to the TFSA each year? You are allowed to contribute $5,500 each year. If you don’t contribute $5,500 in a year, the unused amount is added to the next year’s contri-

bution room (e.g. if you only contribute $2,500, the next year your contribution limit will be $8,500). • How long can I carry forward unused contribution room? There is no limit on the number of years unused contribution room can be carried forward. • What happens if I contribute more than my contribution room? Excess contributions are subject to tax of one per cent per month for each month the excess remains in the plan. • Are there any restrictions on withdrawals? No, you can withdraw any amount in the account for any reason. • Do contributions and withdrawals affect my taxes? TFSA contributions are not deductible in de-

termining income for tax purposes, and amounts earned in or withdrawn from TFSAs are not included in determining income for tax purposes. • Can I use my TFSA assets as security for a loan? Yes, you can use the TFSA assets as security for a loan. • How do I know what my TFSA contribution room is for the year? The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) will determine your TFSA contribution room each year you file an income tax return. • Where can I get more information? Visit Valley First, or valleyfirst.com for more info and a complimentary financial plan. Marion Henselwood is a branch manager with Valley First Credit Union.

▼ SWINDLERS

Protect yourself from identity theft Many people become victims of identity theft every year. The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre reports that more than 17,000 people lost $13 million due to this type of crime in 2011 alone. It is impossible to prevent identity theft completely, but we can reduce the risks. Swindlers use the telephone, e-mail, fax, and even the regular mail to achieve their goals. Be on your guard any time you are asked for

personal information, such as your name, birthdate, address, social insurance number, credit card number, or any other private information. Be cautious, ask questions, and do some research before divulging anything, especially if you didn’t initiate the contact. Your personal identification number (PIN) should never be divulged for any reason. Think about changing the PIN for your credit

or debit card on a regular basis. Above all, don’t use your date of birth for your PIN. And all documents containing personal or financial information, such as bills and bank and credit card statements, should be thoroughly shredded before they are put in the garbage or recycling. Social networks are particularly attractive to swindlers. Your new “friends” may not be as they appear.

The fewer details you give about your private life, the better. Never give your telephone number or address through a social network. If you have to give personal information on the Internet, such as for the purchase of something, ensure that the site is secure. Verify that the “https://” is still present in the URL and look for the padlock icons that promise a secure Internet transaction.

▼ PERSONAL PLANNING

Financial planning is different for men, women The average woman has a career and is financially independent. She keeps informed of her personal financial situation and knows how to take charge if things begin to slip out of control. Most women do their own planning and don’t hesitate to explore new ways to make investments, such as online investing. However, women’s financial goals often differ to those of men. Generally speaking, their risk tolerance is lower. That is partly because of scarcity: a woman’s

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…WOMEN’S FINANCIAL GOALS OFTEN DIFFER TO THOSE OF MEN.

average salary is still only equivalent to about 80 percent of a man’s average salary. Coupled with maternity leave and the need to miss more work days because of family responsibilities,

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(WOMEN) TEND TO LIVE LONGER THAN MEN, WHICH INCREASES THEIR NEED FOR RETIREMENT SAVINGS.

they accumulate fewer savings than men during their active working lives. In fact, because of absences from the workforce, women accumulate 10 years less salary than men.

They also tend to live longer than men, which increases their need for retirement savings. And emergency funds are particularly important for women who may have need of extra reserves when required to be absent from the workplace. All this means that women, in general, tend to be more careful with the resources that they have. It also means that it is in the best interest of women to plan their retirements earlier and more carefully than men do.

Be a Responsible Dog Owner and get your 2013 Dog Licence. Renew now and save a $20 late fee. February 28th is the renewal deadline: $20 for spayed/neutered dogs, $60 if not. Take your renewal notice or purchase a new licence at any of the following licencing agents or visit regionaldistrict.com/dogs for more locations. In Lake Country visit: District of Lake Lake Country Country office Farm & Pet 10150 Bottom Wood Supply Lake Rd #17A - 10051 Hwy. 97 N

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Family Day!

Celebrate BC’s first Family Day Monday February11 ■ 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 the city bus, 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

Learn together ■ Having

a day off from school doesn’t mean learning stops for the day. There are plenty of educational things you can do in British Columbia, whether in your own home or outside. How about starting with a trip to your local library? It will hold plenty of books on any topic that you can imagine. Maybe a book of science experiments or a historical novel set in the early days of Canada will stoke your imagination. Let the kids each pick out a book to take home with

Monday, February 11 11:00am to 5:00pm

and will feature live experiments and activities the whole family can enjoy, and easily repeat at home. Join us for kitchen chemistry, armchair architecture, backyard biology & other handson, household science!

Draws for exciting prizes! 2704 Hwy 6, Vernon • 250-545-3644 www.okscience.ca

Researching history, attractions, museums, parks and markets can teach valuable lessons and it helps children to plan within a budget. This way they are part of making important decisions, appreciate both the effort and cost of outings and will be more enthused about an agenda they helped develop. Be sure to capture your family time by taking photos, saving literature or purchasing a memento. This can lead to great family discussions about what each individual enjoyed or learned and starts you planning for future family explorations.

Experience as a Family

them and start a lifetime love of reading. Your local bookstore will also hold a variety of options if your child can’t bear to part with his or her new favourite book. A local historical attraction is also a great place to pay a visit. Most places will have a museum or heritage building around that can serve as a jumping-off point for learning more about the city where you live. Learning can be more than just reading though. Pull out the laptop and get your kids to type out an email to a family member or friend outside of B.C. Perhaps they can even tell the person about what they learned at the museum or library! Keeping a journal is also a great way to practice writing and literacy skills. Even if it’s not a daily occurrence, sitting down in the evening to write about the events of the day or week can get kids thinking and practicing their handwriting.

■ Try something new this Fam-

ily Day. It might be as simple as agreeing that everyone observe a no-technology or TV day. If you find your gatherings often involve all the adults sitting around visiting while the youngsters play among themselves and the teens segregate away from both you and the little ones, you’re probably not alone. A family gathering can be a wonderful opportunity for family to

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FREE community Open House. Monday, February 11, 9am-5pm H2O Adventure + Fitness Centre & Kelowna Family YMCA

Games! Races! Prizes! Treats! Donations to YMCA Strong Kids Campaign greatly appreciated.

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weather. If you live in a snowy region of B.C., organize a hayride, snowshoe trek, sledding time or ice skating at a community rink. Plan a meal away from the house – Instead of cooking for the gathering, plan a formal brunch or dinner at a new restaurant. Not only do you experience a new menu together but everyone in your group can sit together and enjoy the meal.

Host a family talent show – Everyone has a special talent in your family, so encourage them to bring their talent to your gathering. If you’re really ambitious set up an area to be used as a stage and arrange chairs for audience members. By bringing new activities to your family gathering this year, you’ll be creating many new memories to share in the future, as well as making the event much more enjoyable.

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Monday, February 11, 2013

Celebrate! Enjoy time with your family

Free swim Science World Activity Face Painting Story telling Britannia Gold Panning Photo Backdrop Royal BC Museum Activity & Coupon Arts & Crafts

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hear the latest on jobs, trips, hobbies and health, but if you find your gatherings following the same tedious patterns where one or two family members dominate with the same old stories, this is the year to change it up. Consider adding new experiences to the plans, and making a new and fun tradition out of them. Here are some ideas to get started: Get out and enjoy our beautiful outdoors – no matter what your

It's BC's First Family Day Monday, February 11

Okanagan Science Centre Family Day     of Discovery!

Create a family tradition of fun and discovery with the Okanagan Science Centre on British Columbia’s inaugural Family Day. To celebrate, the OSC is opening its doors

Explore together

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.

See what’s happening around BC, visit: www.bcfamilyday.ca

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MLA Kelowna-Mission Office: 250 712-3620 www.stevethomsonmla.bc.ca

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Celebrate BC’s first Family Day Monday February11 ■ 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 the city bus, 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

Learn together ■ Having

a day off from school doesn’t mean learning stops for the day. There are plenty of educational things you can do in British Columbia, whether in your own home or outside. How about starting with a trip to your local library? It will hold plenty of books on any topic that you can imagine. Maybe a book of science experiments or a historical novel set in the early days of Canada will stoke your imagination. Let the kids each pick out a book to take home with

Monday, February 11 11:00am to 5:00pm

and will feature live experiments and activities the whole family can enjoy, and easily repeat at home. Join us for kitchen chemistry, armchair architecture, backyard biology & other handson, household science!

Draws for exciting prizes! 2704 Hwy 6, Vernon • 250-545-3644 www.okscience.ca

Researching history, attractions, museums, parks and markets can teach valuable lessons and it helps children to plan within a budget. This way they are part of making important decisions, appreciate both the effort and cost of outings and will be more enthused about an agenda they helped develop. Be sure to capture your family time by taking photos, saving literature or purchasing a memento. This can lead to great family discussions about what each individual enjoyed or learned and starts you planning for future family explorations.

Experience as a Family

them and start a lifetime love of reading. Your local bookstore will also hold a variety of options if your child can’t bear to part with his or her new favourite book. A local historical attraction is also a great place to pay a visit. Most places will have a museum or heritage building around that can serve as a jumping-off point for learning more about the city where you live. Learning can be more than just reading though. Pull out the laptop and get your kids to type out an email to a family member or friend outside of B.C. Perhaps they can even tell the person about what they learned at the museum or library! Keeping a journal is also a great way to practice writing and literacy skills. Even if it’s not a daily occurrence, sitting down in the evening to write about the events of the day or week can get kids thinking and practicing their handwriting.

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ily Day. It might be as simple as agreeing that everyone observe a no-technology or TV day. If you find your gatherings often involve all the adults sitting around visiting while the youngsters play among themselves and the teens segregate away from both you and the little ones, you’re probably not alone. A family gathering can be a wonderful opportunity for family to

Enjoy time with your family! Have fun at the Parkinson Rec Centre 1800 Parkinson Way 10 am - 3pm

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weather. If you live in a snowy region of B.C., organize a hayride, snowshoe trek, sledding time or ice skating at a community rink. Plan a meal away from the house – Instead of cooking for the gathering, plan a formal brunch or dinner at a new restaurant. Not only do you experience a new menu together but everyone in your group can sit together and enjoy the meal.

Host a family talent show – Everyone has a special talent in your family, so encourage them to bring their talent to your gathering. If you’re really ambitious set up an area to be used as a stage and arrange chairs for audience members. By bringing new activities to your family gathering this year, you’ll be creating many new memories to share in the future, as well as making the event much more enjoyable.

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Monday, February 11, 2013

Celebrate! Enjoy time with your family

Free swim Science World Activity Face Painting Story telling Britannia Gold Panning Photo Backdrop Royal BC Museum Activity & Coupon Arts & Crafts

YMCA Family Day Everyone welcome

hear the latest on jobs, trips, hobbies and health, but if you find your gatherings following the same tedious patterns where one or two family members dominate with the same old stories, this is the year to change it up. Consider adding new experiences to the plans, and making a new and fun tradition out of them. Here are some ideas to get started: Get out and enjoy our beautiful outdoors – no matter what your

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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.

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Skating fun at Winfield Arena ON MOST FRIDAYS at the end of the month, we celebrate “Spirit Day.” Student Council leaders choose a theme for a dressup day that will be fun for everyone.

Spirit Day The children have participated in and enjoyed an ‘80s day, twins day, and the theme pictured is “Wear Your Favourite Colour Day.” HAPPY FACES AT A RECENT SKATING FIELD TRIP at the Winfield Arena. The Winfield Minor Hockey Association arranged to have coaches at the rink when the intermediate students arrived so that all students, even those that don’t play hockey as a rule, got to experience the sport.

Tweet, Tweet Oyama Traditional As one of the top traditional public schools in the province, Oyama Traditional is always keeping up with the latest technology. Here is a screen shot of one part of our website (www.ots.sd23.bc.ca), where new Tweets are posted just about every day on some exciting event taking place at our vibrant school. Mrs. Lehtonen, who organizes our Harmony Day events, and is the teacher sponsor for our Student Council, hams it up with fellow students.

Mrs. Daniel’s grade 2/3 class: winter By Jayden (grade 2)

By Dallas (grade 3)

My favourite thing to do in the winter is go in the sauna. Five people can fit in the sauna. It is steamy inside and makes me sweaty. The sauna is made of wood. It makes me feel good. When I’m done in the sauna I jump in the snow!

My favourite snow activity is going skating. When I go skating I wear snow pants, skates, gloves, and a toque. Sometimes when I’m skating I fall down. Sometimes I need something to keep my balance. After, I have hot chocolate. I like skating.

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The girls’ basketball team (OTS Warriors) gathered before a home game against Davidson Road that took place on January 31st. Both the boys’ and girls’ basketball teams play six games against other local elementary schools before all of the schools end the season with a game day afternoon at GESS! An impromptu cheering section came out to support the girls.

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Still room for you in Lake Country Art Gallery members’ show The Lake Country Art Gallery is preparing for its annual Member’s Show which starts Feb. 13. Every year the gallery opens the doors of its gallery space to its members as a way to further support, engage and celebrate their artistic achievements. The gallery currently has a membership of about 150 individuals whose membership contributions help support gallery programming including the annual member’s show. “We are really blessed by the strength of the support of our members and volunteers”, said gallery manager Petrina McNeill. “It’s really quite incredible that we have so many talented artists among our membership. Last year we had over 175 entries to the members show and the gallery is only able to accommodate about 50 or so pieces.” “Our members and volunteers give so much to the gallery. I am con-

stantly amazed at all the endeavours our members are up to in and out of their studios”, said gallery curator Katie Brennan, “That they still have time to support the gallery the way they do is outstanding.” There is still time for artists to take advantage of this great exhibition opportunity. Each artist is invited to submit a work of art (made in 2011, 2012 or 2013), that is no wider than 36 inches to the Lake Country Art Gallery no later than 4 p.m. on Thursday Feb. 7. If artists are not yet members of the gallery, they can purchase a

membership at the time of drop-off as only members can show in this exhibition. Besides an opportunity to show their work at a public art gallery, artists’ work will also receive feedback from the member’s show jury. This year artists Karla Griffin and Angelika Jaeger will serve on the jury, along with LCAG curator Katie Brennan.  Griffin is a Saskatoon-based artist who recently moved to Kelowna to teach as a Sessional lecturer in studio at UBC Okanagan. She has exhibited across Canada and within the United States, and she

has written for BlackFlash Magazine and AKA Gallery. Aj, as Jaeger likes to be known, is currently a member of the Lake Country Art Gallery. She began in 1995 to hone her skills by studying with internationally-known artists through workshops with the Federation of Canadian Artists. In 2005 Aj began her formal schooling in fine arts at the University of British Columbia Okanagan, where she is currently in the process of finishing her Bachelor of Fine Arts. Aj’s work can be found in private collections in both Europe and Canada and in regular exhibits in a number of local galleries. The Lake Country Art Gallery’s annual Members Show will host an opening reception on Saturday Feb. 16 from 1 to 3 p.m. at 10356A Bottom Wood Lake Road and is free for the public to attend. The Members Show runs from Feb. 13

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I am very proud to be a part of the Lake Country community. Having been recognized by the Lake Country Chamber of Commerce for Business Excellence, and being nominated for the 2012 Gerry Morton Award, fills me with pride and gratitude. The Gerry Morton Award honors individuals who aspire to an exceptional level of commitment and service for the benefit of the residents of Lake Country. I am a proud member of the local Rotary Club and this has afforded me the opportunity to be a part of the team working on the new Food Bank project in our community. I am very thankful for all of the opportunities within our community and I am grateful to give back in any way that I can. Working hard with my valued clients while taking part in cutting edge training with Royal LePage, both have allowed me to achieve the Director’s Diamond Sales Award, meaning that I rank in the top 3% of all REALTORS® at Royal LePage Kelowna, Lake Country, and West Kelowna. This all adds up to professional pride and increased success for my business and the clients I represent. Through partnerships with my professional associates like LIQUIDESTATE.ca, Homes & Land Magazine and LA Lifestyles, I know that the team work is paying off in my business and for my clients. Thank you for your continued support and friendship. Let’s now work together to make 2013 a wonderful year full of happiness and amazing memories!

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Farm Workers SEASONAL Farm Worker positions available June 24th â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Oct 31st in Lake Country, BC. Thinning, picking and summer pruning of apples and grapes. Must be physically capable of working in all weather conditions. $10.25/hour. 40-60 hours / week. Email resumes to: tdimaria@shaw.ca

Help Wanted AVAILABLE immediately for busy Volvo/Mack dealership located in Salmon Arm, BC. Journeyman or equivalent experienced parts counter applicant. Full time with competitive wages and benefits. Volvo/Mack an asset but will consider other OEM experience as equivalent. Forward resumes to jdiesel1@telus.net. Suitable applicants will be contacted for an interview.

Betts Electric Ltd requires Electrical trades people for Penticton & Kamloops. Purchaser required for Penticton office. Visit www.betts.bc.ca for more information. Send resumes to 250-492-3343 Journeyman HD mechanic required for oilfield construction company. Duties will include servicing, maintenance and overhaul of our equipment. The job will be predominately shop work , but with a portion of your time spent in the field. A mechanics truck will be supplied for you. The job is based in Edson, Alberta. Call Lloyd at 780-723-5051.

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ONE vacancy starting May 2 for Orchard Labour. A variety of tasks including, planting, irrigating, thinning, pruning and hand harvesting apples and grapes. Wage is 10:25/hr. Located in Winfield BC. B&T Orchards Ltd. apply via fax to (250)-766-2375. OUR Growing Security Company Is Looking For An Experienced Supervisor To Assume Site Supervisor Duties At A High Profile Shopping Facility. The Right Candidate Will Have A Valid BC Security License And A Background In Similar Type Facilities. Please Direct All Serious Inquiries To The Email Listed (securingkamloops@gmail.com). Further Details Will Be Given To Qualified Candidates. Thank You. Seasonal labourer positions at Coral Beach Farms Ltd. 16351 Carrâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Landing, Lake Country BC. No experience necessary. Must have own transportation. Applicant must be capable of physically demanding (incl. heavy lifting) work in all weather conditions. 6-7 days a week. 10-12 hours a day beginning March 15, 2013 - April 30, 2013. Work includes tree planting, pruning & irrigation. Pay $10.25/hour. Apply by fax at 250-766-0813 or email at jobs@coralbeach.ca

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Esthetics Services BEAUTIFUL YOU ! Only $200 for ANY permanent cosmetics during Feb with this ad. Approved Clinical Permanent Cosmetics Lips Brows or Eyes. www.skinhance.ca call:778-480-3116 Winfield

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On Wings of Dreams Many of us choose to live our lives as caterpillars, Seldom realizing that we hold within us the gift of flight We are held to this earth merely by our thoughts, Never knowing the grace of a butterfly. - R. Kirkman Gifted poet, writer, singer, business man, and lover of life, (Graham Trevor) Robert Kirkman now truly knows the grace of a butterfly â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Robert transitioned from this earthly plane January 1st, 2013. His quick humor and ready smile will be missed by all who he met along his path. Robert worked at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto before moving to the Okanagan where he owned Samsonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Soap in (now) West Kelowna for many years before retiring in Lake Country. Remembered and loved by his Sister Carole Kemp and her children and grandchildren, his mother Violet Kirkman, his dear friends and his little dog, Sami.

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Garage Sales BIG MOVING sale in heated garage Feb 8(Fri), 9(Sat), 10(Sun) from 9am-4pm. Rototiller, lawn mower, garden tools, household items, tools, plants & much more. 16042 Greenhow Ct. Oyama

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RESP. Male or Female. 1bdrm Private Entry/Livingroom, Shared kit., bath, laundry. Rent negot. Avail. Feb 15 out of town lve mess. Feb 2-9. 778-480-4181or 250-878-6941

SAWMILLS FROM only $3997 - Make money & save money with your own bandmill - Cut lumber any dimension. In stock ready to ship. Free Info & DVD: www.NorwoodSaw mills.com/400OT 1-800-5666899 Ext:400OT.

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Want to Rent Lots The Lakes, 2 spectacular lake view lots, southern exposure, suitable for Rancher with w/o basement. $219,000 per lot, MLS10058130, MLS10058125, David Jurome, McDonald Realty, 250-862-1888

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Prices are in effect until Sunday, February 10, 2013 or while stock lasts. Quantities and/or selection of items may be limited and may not be available in all stores. NO RAINCHECKS OR SUBSTITUTIONS on clearance items or where quantities are advertised as limited. Advertised pricing and product selection (flavour, colour, patterns, style) may vary by store location. We reserve the right to limit quantities to reasonable family requirements. We are not obligated to sell items based on errors or misprints in typography or photography. Coupons must be presented and redeemed at time of purchase. Applicable taxes, deposits, or environmental surcharges are extra. No sales to retail outlets. Some items may have “plus deposit and environmental charge” where applicable. ®/ TM The trademarks, service marks and logos displayed in this newspaper ad are trademarks of Loblaws Inc. and others. All rights reserved. © 2013 Loblaws Inc. *Guaranteed Lowest Prices applies only to our major supermarket competitors’ print advertisements (i.e. flyer, newspaper). We will match the competitor’s advertised price only during the effective date of the competitor’s print advertisement. Our major supermarket competitors are determined solely by us and are based on a number of factors which can change from time to time. Identical items are defined as same brand, item type (in the case of produce, meat and bakery), size and attributes and carried at this store location. We will not match competitors’ “multi-buys” (eg. 2 for $4), “spend x get x”, “Free”, “clearance”, discounts obtained through loyalty programs, or offers related to our third party operations (post office, gas bars, dry cleaners etc.). We reserve the right to cancel or change the terms of this promise at any time. **We Match Prices! Look for the symbol in store. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES (note that our major supermarket competitors may not). Due to the fact that product is ordered prior to the time of our Ad Match checks, quantities may be limited. We match select items in our major supermarket competitors’ flyers throughout the week. Major supermarket competitors are determined solely by us based on a number of factors which can vary by store location. We match identical items (defined as same brand, size, and attributes) and for fresh produce, meat and bakery, we match a comparable item (as determined solely by us).

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Municipal Hall 10150 Bottom Wood Lake Road Lake Country, BC V4V 2M1 t: 250-766-5650 f: 250-766-0116 hr@lakecountry.bc.ca

Co-op Summer positions The District of Lake Country is accepting applications for the following Co-op Summer positions: 2013 Park Summer Students (3 positions available) Term of Employment: April 29 – August 30, 2013 (only approximate dates) – some September/October opportunities until Soccer season ends. Work Hours: 40 hours per week including weekends and evenings. Application Deadline: February 15, 2013

Partners in Parks Program The District of Lake Country’s Partners in Parks Program provides an opportunity for individuals to remember or honour loved ones through a commemorative bench, picnic table or other amenity. The District works with interested donors to establish the best piece of furniture or item to be purchased and location. All purchasing and installation is done by the District after the cash donation has been made, and an official tax receipt is then issued to the donor. Contact Community & Customer Services at 250-766-5650 or email: parksandrec@lakecountry.bc.ca for more information.

2013 Water Quality Assistant Term of Employment: April 29 – August 30, 2013 Application Deadline: February 15, 2013 For more information on the specific job postings and application details, please click on the Employment tab at www.lakecountry.bc.ca. Applications will be accepted until 4:00 pm, Friday, February 15TH at the Municipal Hall. Please submit your resume to: Human Resources and Safety Advisor District of Lake Country 10150 Bottom Wood Lake Rd Lake Country, BC, V4V 2M1 E-mail: hr@lakecountry.bc.ca Fax: 250-766-0116 We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Time to renew your Licence Dog licence renewals are due February 28, 2013. The tag for a dog that has been spayed or neutered costs $20 while a dog licence for those that have not costs $60. Starting March 1st a $20 dollar late fee is applied to renewals.

Are you a steward of the Greenspace? Okanagan Centre Rd. W & Pixton Rd. Greenspace Cleanup

In order to make public and foreshore greenspace safe, tidy and available to all residents and visitors, Council passed a motion on September 4, 2012 that requires all private structures, except for operational pump houses, to be removed from the Okanagan Greenspace by February 28, 2013. Owners of private structures, boats and furniture are asked to remove these items from the public greenspace by the February 28, 2013 deadline. Following this deadline, a community clean up event will be organized and any private property and structures left on the greenspace will be removed. If you are the owner of an operating pump house, please contact: Ursula Christen, Community and Customer Services Clerk, at (250) 766-5650 or uchristen@lakecountry.bc.ca before February 28, 2013 to arrange for an inspection of your pump house.

Business licence renewal payments WERE due January 31, 2013. The due date for business licence renewal was January 31, 2013. Businesses operating without a valid business license after that may be subject to a ticket (MTI) and fine. If you had a licenced business during 2012 that is no longer operating please inform the District of Lake Country in writing as soon as possible.

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Municipal Hall will be CLOSED Monday, February 11, 2013 to observe the new provincial Family Day statutory holiday.

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