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you ever seen three mayors being pulled on sleighs by four husky men and some pretty quick women? As an added feature the appearance of regional district rep Bill Baird made it extra special when he showed up unexpectedly with his sleigh and

team to challenge the mayors. It was a huge success and largely because of it the Greenwood Winterfest is now featured on YouTube! Ron said that Shelton outdid himself this year. “With the planning of the main organizers and all

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Feb. 22 – 24: Boundary Minor Hockey and Grand Forks Minor Hockey partners to host the West Kootenay Atom B playoffs. The local team will be on home ice Friday at 6:45 p.m. and Saturday at 4:45 p.m. The semi-final and finals will be played in Midway on Sunday, Feb. 24. Feb. 28 & Mar. 1,2: Midway Little Theatre presents A Little Murder Never Hurt Anybody. Comedy directed by Hib. 7:30 p.m. at BCSS $10. Reservations: mltheatre@yahoo.com tickets at the Spot. Friday, March 1: Boundary Figure Skating Club Ice Show at Midway Arena – 7 p.m. Admission by donation. Saturday, March 23: 2nd Annual Spring Bazaar at Midway Ice Rink 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Tables $15.00 Info 778-436-8551 or 250-449-6804 or email zalezo@yahoo.com - Booking deadline March 1. REGULAR EVENTS: Mondays: Rock Creek Guiding Unit from 3:30 to 5. Info Linda Sheppard 250-445-6718. Mondays: Midway Art Club meets from 2 - 4 p.m. Info: 250449-2673. Mondays: Pokino at the Greenwood Seniors Centre, starts at 1 p.m. Mondays: Legion drop in crib at the Greenwood Legion 7 PM start. $3 for the evening. Monday - Saturday: Drop-in social at the Greenwood Seniors Centre, Mon/Wed/Fri - 9-11 a.m., Tues/Thurs/Sat - 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Monday & Thursdays: Free Yoga Classes, 6 – 7:30 pm at Greenwood Elementary. Must register with Selkirk College. For more info call Diane 250-445-6364 First & Third Monday: Midway Village Council meeting; 6:30 p.m. with a delegation or 7 p.m. if none. First & Third Monday: The Bridge Drop-in Centre in Midway is open from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Second Monday: The Bridge Drop-in Centre sorting day 10-2 p.m. All helpers are appreciated. Second & Fourth Monday: Greenwood City Council meeting at 7 p.m. Third Monday: Bridesville Women’s Institute meets at 11 am. Info: 446-2210 or 446-2121. Third Monday: Frolicking Fancies – the Greenwood Red Hat Ladies Group meet monthly in Greenwood. Information Francine 250-445-6734; or Shirley 250-445-9908.

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Third Monday: Discover Rock Creek Society meets in the WBES library at 6:30. Last Monday: Kettle River Recreation Commission meets at the Rock Creek Trading Post at 7 p.m. Info: 250-446-2624. Tuesdays: AA Meetings at McArthur Centre in Greenwood at 8:00 pm. Tuesdays - Feb 26 - Apr 30: Bible Study – The Last Seven Sayings of Jesus from 7-8 p.m. at the Rock Creek Medical Centre. Tuesdays & Thursdays: Taekwondo 6-7 p.m. West Boundary Elementary Gym. $55 for uniform; lessons are free. Instructor Bo Macfarlane. Tuesdays and Thursdays: Kettle River Art Club meets from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. In McArthur Centre. First Tuesday: Elks #493 monthly meeting at the Slavonic Hall in Grand Forks at 7pm. Info: 250-442-2856 or 250-442-4276. Second Tuesday: Greenwood Board of Trade meets at 7 p.m. upstairs at City Hall. Third Tuesday: Kettle Valley Wildlife Association meets at the range in Rock Creek at 7 pm. Wednesdays: Boundary Guiding Unit Midway. Info Elaine Fromme 449-2309 or Sue Fielding 250-445-9955 Wednesdays: Greenwood & District Business Assoc. meeting. Anglican Church at 7 pm. Wednesdays: Drop in Bingo at Greenwood Seniors Centre, starts 5:30 pm. Wednesdays: Belly Dancing at Bridesville Hall from 6:30 – 8 p.m. No experience necessary. Free. Info: 250-446-2942. Wednesdays: Midway Crib Tournament – Bored Room Bistro 607 Eighth Avenue, Midway at 6:30 p.m. First Wednesday: West Boundary Senior Housing Society meeting at 1 pm in Parkview Manor Midway. Second Wednesday: Boundary Citizen’s Patrol meets at Midway Senior’s Centre from 7 - 8 pm. Info: Wayne 250-4492191, Paul 250-445-2111, or Wolfgang 250-446-2455. Third Wednesday: Rock Creek Women’s Institute meet for a potluck lunch at 11:45. Info: 250-446-2454 or 250-446 -2608. Third Wednesday: Main River Women’s Institute meets in Westbridge at 10 a.m. Info: 250-446-2616. Third Wednesday: Greenwood Seniors Centre meeting at 2 p.m. Info: 250-445-2290. Third Wednesday: Rock Creek & Boundary Fair Assoc. meets at 7 pm at the pavilion from March through November. Info: 250-446-2465.

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Thursdays: Singing Kettles choir group meets for practice - 4 p.m. at St Mary’s Church in Kettle Valley Thursdays: Kettle River Art Club Thursdays: The Riverside Artists meet from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Kettle Wildlife Hall. First Thursday: Rock Creek Medical Society meets at 7 p.m. in the boardroom of the clinic. First & Third Thursday: Food bank at the Evangel Chapel at 11 a.m. Donations welcome. Info 250-445-2125. Second & Fourth Thursday: Kettle River Lions Club meets at 7 p.m. in the Medical Clinic boardroom at Rock Creek. Thursdays: Art of Balance at West Boundary Elementary 4 to 5 p.m. – drop in fee. Thursdays: Pirana Poker Tour BC Tournament – Bored Room Bistro 607 Eighth Avenue, Midway at 6:30 p.m. Thursdays and Fridays: Midway Summer Reading Club at the library. 10–11:15 a.m. – Age 4 to 10. Fridays: Bingo at Greenwood Community Hall. Doors open 5 p.m., early bird 7 p.m. Progressive jackpot. Fridays: Coffee at Midway Seniors Centre from 9:30 - 11. Fridays: Greenwood Legion 8-ball Tournament at 7 p.m. $2 per person - $1 to Legion & $1 to the pot, winner take all. Fridays: Overeaters Anonymous 11 a.m. - 12 noon at St. Jude’s Church in Greenwood. Fridays: Greenwood Legion Darts Night at 7 pm $3 drop in fee. Third Friday: Movie nights at Midway Community Hall; 7 p.m. Bring your own travel cup. $2 includes movie, drink and a popcorn. Saturdays: Lion’s Club Meat Draw, at Prospector Pub in Rock Creek. Starts at 3 p.m. Saturdays: Greenwood Royal Canadian Legion Canteen open 1-6 pm. Meat draw 3:30 p.m. Saturdays: Christina Lake Indoor Public Market 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. at Christina Lake Village. Info: 1-866-460-9447. Saturdays: Rock Creek Market from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. First Saturday of every month: Pancake breakfast at the Greenwood Legion from 8 - 11 am. First Sunday: Royal Canadian Legion Br. #155 meets at 2 p.m. Greenwood Public Library: Open Mon, Wed, Fri and Sat. Opens at noon. Greenwood Seniors Centre Thrift Store: Open Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday 11 a.m.- 3 p.m.

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Station closures anger residents

Regional District of Kootenay Boundary (RDKB) Environmental Services Director Alan Stanley faced an angry crowd in Bridesville Hall last week as he presented the reasons why the RDKB board has voted to close waste transfer stations. There are nine unattended transfer stations in the Boundary. Five are slated for closure on May 1: two at Christina Lake and one each at Westbridge, Bridesville and Jewel Lake. Sites will remain at Mt. Baldy, Sidley Mountain, Idabel Lake and Christian Valley and will be funded by specified service area bylaws. Stanley showed the nearly 80 people in attendance numerous pictures of the abuse occurring at the stations. White goods, tires, wood, couches – in fact, one picture showed an entire suite of furniture. Appliances, electronics, construction material and dead animals have been left, often outside the bins. The problem is that people from outside the intended service area are dropping their garbage at the transfer stations to avoid paying the tipping fees at the landfill. Residents told Stanley the sites were too close to the highway and therefore convenient for nonresidents to misuse. Several residents cautioned that closing the transfer station might result in an increase in illegal roadside dumping. “Surely it is better to have illegal dumping in one place than along any trail or road in the country,” said Westbridge resident Dell Gall. Residents were upset that they had not been consulted about the decision. “All information we have has come from the local newspaper,” Gall complained. Another Westbridge resident, Mary Lautard, said she had written to the regional district in August but her letter was never acknowledged. RDKB CAO John MacLean apologized to Lautard, saying her letter had been presented to the directors as part of the information package. “Now that the board has adopted the policy we will formally respond to that letter,” said MacLean. “But until this was finally adopted by the board it was still kind of up in the air.” Lautard asked why residents were not brought into the discussion during the formulation of the policy. The current sites, which sit on highway rightsof-way, face a number of administrative obstacles – from lack of permits to the fact that, because unsorted waste is tossed in the bins, they are not in compliance with the goals of the RDKB solid waste management plan. Stanley said that bringing the sites into compliance was ruled out because of costs and administrative issues. “Highways department said

they would give us a permit but I looked at their guidelines and they would have to break just about every single one of their rules,” said Stanley. He also noted the Ministry of Environment now has guidelines in place for establishing transfer stations and they conflict with highways policy which does not allow fencing. “So we are kind of stuck between a rock and a hard place. The board has made it clear that they don’t want to do any improvements on land they don’t own. So if they are going to do fencing and so on and so forth they are going to have to buy some land.” Westbridge resident George Delisle argued that the regional district had a duty to consult with residents but Stanley told him the Ministry of Environment had been consulted and that closure of the transfer stations would not require an amendment to the RDKB solid waste management plan. Bridesville rancher Carol Dumont said that she fears that ranches and farms may not have private collection available and that storing garbage until a trip to the landfill may put livestock at risk from bears. Bridesville resident Roger Gee asked if the issue was closed. “Do we still have the ability to come up with a proposal that would increase taxes within a specific area?” “There is nothing preventing you from doing that,” replied MacLean. “It is up to the board to develop a policy on how we implement it.” According to Stanley, Area E Director Bill Baird has both spoken and voted against the change. “Most people left the meeting feeling like all the decisions had already been made,” said Delisle. “Obviously the board is at odds with the people of the area that they are supposed to represent.”

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Greenwood Mayor Nipper Kettle was presented MIDWAY with the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal at the start of the regular council meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 11. City Administrator Robin Dalziel made the presentation with the reading of a letter the city had received from the Governor General of Canada. “On behalf of her majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second I am pleased to award you [Mayor Nipper Kettle] the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal commemorated to mark the 60th anniversary of her majesty’s ascension to the throne. In granting you this honour, I thank you for your dedicated service to your peers, to your community and to Canada. The contributions you have made to our nation are both commendable and deserve our praise and admiration. “I wish to convey to you the heartfelt congratulations of your fellow Canadians to which I add my own.” *** With Fred Marshall before council to

make a presentation on behalf of The Greenwood Improvement Society (TGIS), which two members of current council are members of, the CAO updated council on a recent decision by the Appellate Court of Canada regarding conflict of interest as it relates to municipal elected officials. “If a councillor is a director of a nonprofit society they are deemed to be in a fiduciary relationship with that society,” said Dalziel. “Which would make a councillor who is also a director in a conflict of interest to such an extent that they could lose their seat as a councillor if they participated in the decision to give the non-profit society money.” Dalziel said the ruling has raised a lot of questions about how simply being a member of a society relates to being on council. He said he is following the conversation on the issue and will keep council informed. “My guidance tonight is that I would welcome both Councillor Ashton and

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Session looks at GF2 agreement Agriculture policy important to farmers and ranchers Attention farmers and ranchers: an information session of importance to the agricultural community is being held in Osoyoos on Thursday, Feb. 28 to detail the new Growing Forward 2 (GF2) agriculture policy agreement and changes to the AgriStability and AgriInvest programs. AgriStability provides support when you experience a large margin decline. Participants may be able to receive an AgriStability payment when their current year program margin falls below 85 per cent of their reference margin. AgriInvest is a self-managed pro-

ducer-government savings account that allows producers to set money aside which can be used to recover from small income shortfalls, or to make investments to reduce on-farm risks. AgriInvest helps manage small income declines, and provides support for investments to mitigate risks or improve market income. An AgriInvest account builds as farmers make annual deposits based on a percentage of their allowable net sales and receive matching contributions from federal, provincial and territorial governments.

Important deadline reminders and a review of common mistakes made when filling out forms will also be covered at the meeting. Last fall, federal, provincial and territorial ministers of agriculture partnered on a five-year Growing Forward 2 policy framework which set the stage for new programs to be in place by April 1, 2013, when the current Growing Forward (GF) policy framework expires.  The meeting will be held at the Best Western Plus at 5506 Main St. in Osoyoos from 6:30 to 8 p.m.

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Each year Regional District of Kootenay Boundary (RDKB) rural area directors hold a town hall meeting to inform residents about the proposed budget for the coming year and fiveyear financial plan. There were some 77 members of the public in attendance at the Bridesville Hall on Tuesday, Feb, 12. Most of those in attendance were from Bridesville and Westbridge. They had come to discuss the regional district’s plan to close solid waste transfer stations in their communities. Representing the regional district were Bill Baird, Area E director; John MacLean, CAO; Theresa Lenardon, executive assistant; Alan Stanley, director of environmental services; and Larry Grey, chair of the RDKB board. Diana Thomas, executive assistant to MLA John Slater, was also there representing his office. MacLean told the meeting that according to the 2011 census, the population in Area E has dropped almost 12 per cent from the 2006 count. One resident suggested that money should be set aside to have someone answer Baird’s phone, fax and emails and return messages in a timely manner. Baird said he has been trying to get out of the Boundary Economic Development Committee (BEDC) function so he could put an office in Rock Creek that could serve tourists, and as an economic development office and his office. “The BEDC right now is in flux. Christina Lake has pulled out and I am probably going to pull out as well,” said Baird. “That will give me funding to do that. I have been looking at this for years. We deserve an office over here.” MacLean’s presentation, which is available online at rdkb.com, gave an overview of how regional districts operate. Last year Baird gave out 42 grants-in-aid totaling $85,084. Those receiving grants of $3,000 or more were: • Discover Rock Creek Society Kettle River Fest $3,000

• Kettle River Lions Club 2012 (grad bursaries) $3,000 • Big White Community School (signage) $3,000 • Big White Mountain Chamber of Commerce (paid staff) $4,000 • Big White Community Policing Society $5,000 • Kettle Valley Golf Club (install new septic system) $10,000 • Buckin’ Hens Entertainment Assoc. $15,000 Residents were cautioned to expect less grantin-aid money this year as the assessed value of property has fallen, primarily at Big White. Other issues raised by those attending the meeting included a request that the regional district pressure Emcon Services to put garbage cans at the truck stops so that tourists can have a place to dump their garbage. Also, Westbridge resident Sara Zier raised the issue of mosquito control. When MacLean said he had been aware that one person in the community was interested in it, the other residents from Westbridge in the hall loudly let him know there was more than just one who was interested. “Bill and I will go back and talk to the board about a feasibility study,” said Maclean. The issue of Internet connectivity was also raised. Baird said he has been told by Telus that four new cell towers are being put in the West Boundary that will increase coverage along the highway corridor. He said the first would be going in at Beaverdell. He also mentioned a federal government goal of having 99 per cent of the country on high-speed Internet. Copies of the proposed 2013 budget and fiveyear financial plan were available. MacLean said they are also available online or by mail from the regional district by phoning 1-800-3557352.

WI Week celebrated

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This past week was Women’s Institute Week 2013 (Feb 11-17). Women’s Institute Week began with Family Day and included Valentine’s Day. The four district branches of the WI celebrated with special activities. Sunshine Valley, Rock Creek, Bridesville and Main River continue to collect Pennies for Friendship towards projects sponsored by the Associated Country Women of the World. These projects support and encourage women in developing countries in business ventures. Members of the Bridesville WI accepted a provincial challenge and are making flannel pillow cases for patients in B.C. Children’s Hospital. These cozy and cheerfully printed flannel cases will be given to the children in the hospital and then may be taken home afterwards. Each year Main River WI in Westbridge hosts a Valentine’s Day Tea and Quilt Show. Local WIs and others display their quilts at the show and enjoy the luncheon. This event welcomes public participation and friends from Beaverdell to Greenwood to meet for a good old chin wag. Community support was wonderful this year with over 80 people in attendance. Wherever you live in rural B.C. there is a Women’s Institute serving families and communities – alive and well for over 100 Years in B.C.

With all the quilts on the walls the Westbridge Hall had to be the coziest place in the Boundary on Valentine’s Day. PHOTO: Norma Tilgner

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Application forms from Greenwood Charitable organizations are now being accepted by The Greenwood Improvement Society (TGIS) for grant funding. Funding is available for projects in the following fields of interest: • Children & Families • Health & Welfare • Elderly & Special Care • Youth Activities • Arts & Culture • Tourism • Libraries & Education • Heritage, History & Environment • Religious Organizations if the purpose significantly benefits the community at large. The closing date for applications: April 5, 2013 Please mail to: The Greenword Improvment Society Box 610 Greenwood, BC V0H 1J0 For further information contact: Fred Marshall – 445-6496 • Marge Maclean – 445-6685 • Clare Folvik – 445-6687 Partners with the Phoenix Foundation Application forms available at the Greenwood City Office

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Notice is hereby given that proposals will be recieved by the Village of Midway, for:

Animal Control Services at the Municipal Office, 661 8th Avenue, PO Box 160, Midway, BC V0H 1M0 by 4:00 pm., March 8, 2013. The Village of Midway is seeking proposals from individuals or organizations interested in providing animal control services within the Village boundaries. A service provider also has the option to provide some services by subcontracting with another party. The Village is committed to humane treatment of all animals. Individuals or organizations interested in performing this role must hold the same commitment to reflect that commitment in their proposal. Any contractor providing services under this contract shall comply with all municipal, provincial, federal codes or regulations applicable to such work. Detailed information, including general terms & conditions, requested services and requirement, is available at the Municipal Office, 661 8th Avenue, PO Box 160, Midway, BC V0H 1M0 or by calling 250-449-2222. The Village of Midway reserves the right to reject any submitals and to waive irregularities and informalities in the submittal and evaluation process. This Request for Proposals (“RFP”) does not obligate the Village to pay any costs incurred by respondents in the preparation and submission of a proposal. Furthermore, the RFP does not obligate the Village to pay any costs incurred by the respondents in the preparation and submission of a proposal. Furthermore, the RFP does not obligate the Village to accept or contract for any expressed or implied services.


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Boundary Creek Times Thursday, February 21, 2013

Editorial

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THE BOUNDARY CREEK

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RDKB decision? Duck! “Come out and share your comments and your views on the 2013 Budget and what kind of local government services you believe would make this a better place.” Those are the words the regional district uses to advertise its rural area town hall meetings. Residents of Westbridge and Bridesville – both slated to lose their waste transfer stations – certainly took them up on the invitation. People were frustrated to have Environmental Services Alan Stanley come with a power point presentation to explain the problem to them. They already know what the problem is – it is right in their backyards for them to see week after week. The local residents who are supposed to be served by the transfer stations didn’t create the administrative headaches that exist around providing this service. The fact that the sites don’t have permits, liability insurance or enforcement isn’t their fault. Because having said permits, insurance, enforcement and all other administrative aspects is precisely why we hire people into the Trail office. It must have been especially galling to be told all this after sitting through a dog-and-pony show about how regional districts work with such things as feasibility studies and specified areas. Local residents were told they have been getting this service without paying for it. Perhaps that is so – but these residents didn’t design this system – regional district staff and politicians did. Looking at the lack of consultation that has taken place in the West Boundary around this issue – and taking at face-value the statement by CAO John MacLean that everyone in the regional district must be treated the same – then perhaps the folks in the other parts of the RDKB ought to duck whenever they hear the regional board is meeting to make a decision that might affect them.

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

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I’ve been chosen to clap and cheer “Life is like a box of chocolates - You never know what gled with reading, would like to work on that part of their you’re going to get.” – so says Mr. F. Gump. personal program. Like everyone on the planet with an email address I too One thing is lacking though – a regular place that can am subjected to emails with jokes or other snippets of life be used for the tutoring sessions to happen. CBAL Comfrom friends. Often these emails have a tagline promising munity Coordinator Sheila Dobie (250-584-4109 or sdogood fortune if you forward it to five friends within five bie@cbal.org) said she’s got a few ideas but she’s still open minutes or some such rot. to hearing of other opportunities for a free It’s usually – and most often accurately – space that can be used for the sessions. A LITTLE called spam. *** PERSPECTIVE But every once in a while you find someone Last night I dropped by a rehearsal for a out there –a friend or an acquaintance that display that’s scheduled for next weekend on plays good taste when forwarding these emails. the BCSS stage – A Little Murder Never Hurt The jokes are actually good or the stories inAnyone. spiring. I have one such acquaintance in Rock It was interesting watching the wheels Creek whose email contact list I hope to never turn in the actor’s heads as they practiced fall off of. their parts. Every moment they are on the Pat She recently sent me this gem: stage they have to be in the story, even where KELLY Whenever I’m disappointed with my spot in they are standing on the stage at any one time life, I stop and think about little Jamie Scott. can have great significance. Jamie was trying out for a part in the school It seemed as though the actors had to unplay. His mother told me that he’d set his heart on being in derstand their character, but that understanding was beit, though she feared he would not be chosen. ing filtered through the experience of the director as he On the day the parts were awarded, I went with her worked to draw forth the performance. to collect him after school. Jamie rushed up to her, eyes With the director helping to mold each performance shining with pride and excitement. ‘Guess what, Mom,’ he such that their character will come completely alive in the shouted, and then said those words that will remain a les- minds of those in the audience. son to me....’I’ve been chosen to clap and cheer.’ I did some online research on the play that is being per*** formed and it is a winner! Watching less than 30-minutes Last weekend five people from the Boundary took part of rehearsal last night has certainly whetted my appetite in a two-day workshop to learn the skills needed to be of for more. use in this world as One-to-One Adult Literacy Tutors. Director John Hibberson said he is amazed at how hard Three of these newly trained tutors are from the West the cast is working on their parts. “They worry about it as Boundary and this greatly increases the capacity of the much I as do,” he laughed. Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy to respond when So save an evening next week to go to the play folks. someone who, for whatever reason in the past has strug- You’ll not be disappointed.

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SD51 turns down middle school option JIM HOLTZ Grand Forks Gazette

There will be no middle school in Grand Forks, at least not in the near future. That was the near unanimous decision by the Boundary district school board (School District 51) last night after a lengthy discussion. Only Trustee Ken Harshenin was in favour, casting his vote in absentia via teleconference. All trustees voiced their concerns and opinions about the creation of a middle school, and while all remarked at the advantages that were possible by plac-

ing Grades Kindergarten to 5 in Hutton Elementary, Grades 6 to 8 at Perley Elementary and 9 to12 at Grand Forks Secondary, all except Harshenin felt that the small size of the district and the shrinking enrolment might reduce the effectiveness of the middle school concept. During comment period at the beginning of the board meeting, Boundary District Teachers’ Association president Norm Sabourin offered the observations of the districts’ teachers regarding the middle school concept. “I don’t think we have the population here and I think we have issues with the

inflexibility at the high school because it will make timetabling for the year very difficult if we lose a grade level,” Sabourin said. He also felt that Hutton Elementary, with 90 more students under the new system, would be overcrowded. School board chair Teresa Rezansoff next outlined the process that the board had initiated to gather input and information about the middle school concept and then asked all board members for comments. Board member Vicki Gee believed that the district should commit to addressing directly many of the issues facing public education rather than trying to simply restructure the system in the hope that restructuring will solve some of the problems. “We have one of the best Board Chair Teresa Rezansoff pointed out in education systems in the the policy that the board has a duty to see that world but we still struggle to it “fulfills its statutory responsibilities and duties, sufficiently educate all of our children,” Gee said. “We know and that it operates the school district efficiently that the functional illiteracy and effectively and in a manner which maintains rate in B.C. is very high, in the confidence of students, parents and the pub- 2003 Statistics Canada estimatlic.” The policy did not state what those statuto- ed that 40 per cent of adults in ry responsibilities and duties were or how they B.C. don’t read well enough to might be impacted by union-sponsored material. function properly in society.” Neither was it mentioned how board administra- She added that in their consultion might measure the confidence of parents or tations with parents, a number students to determine whether or not it was be- of other concerns about student learning were raised. “We ing maintained. Rezansoff and Boundary District Teach- need to address those issues,” ers’ Association President Norm Sabourin both she said, “and not simply rehoped that the references to consultation in the structure our system around policy would prevent conflict between the board those issues.” Trustee Cathy Riddle comand the unions.

School board adopts policy Policy focuses on union or political information

JIM HOLTZ Grand Forks Gazette

At its Feb. 12 meeting, the School District 51 board adopted a new policy governing the distribution of union or political information within the schools by members of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) and the British Columbia Teachers’ Federation (BCTF), or any other unions or political parties. The new policy attempts to clarify what the school board administration would find objectionable in either the message delivered in the material or the manner in which it is distributed. A statement made several times in the policy was that district administration would find objectionable anything that “would impair the district’s ability to achieve its objectives.”

Lies, corruption the norm Editor, The Times: Lies, corruption and propaganda seem to have become the norm in today’s political arena. I’m sure you have all witnessed the government propaganda advertising on television and radio. In these taxpayer-funded ads, the various levels of government tell us what a wonderful job they are doing. I don’t need to be lied to, I have the intelligence to determine whether or not my elected MLA or MP is doing a wonderful job and taking care of my needs. Christy Clark’s job creation numbers simply do not stand up to honest evaluation – the province is in debt to the tune of billions of dollars and this deficit is growing yearly. The Liberals promised a balanced budget, a promise they have not lived up to.

As they spend our tax dollars on propaganda we continue to have the highest child poverty rate in Canada, and food banks continue to grow and thrive. The federal Conservatives are intent on selling Canada’s assets to the highest bidder, even if the buyer is an oppressive communist regime. A foreign country does not have to invade us to control us, they just have to control our economy. The Senate has launched an investigation into fraudulent housing expense claims by fellow senators, costing taxpayer hundreds of thousands of dollars. This useless group of overpaid political hacks should be sent out to pasture and made to find real jobs. It could be worse. We could be ruled by a real dictator, rather than by a prime minister who is under the illusion he is a dictator. David Janzen, Grand Forks

mented that though the middle school the board visited in Aldergrove, B.C. was an example of a successful school in which students seemed happy and enthusiastic, the schools in Grand Forks were already equally successful and well supported by parents and the community. She expressed concern that developing a middle school in Grand Forks might be leading to a two-tiered system in which students outside of Grand Forks would not be benefitting as much. Trustee Dave Reid agreed, saying, “I don’t think it would be beneficial as a whole. The high school would be under utilized, Hutton would be crowded without major financial upgrades to it. I don’t think what they have in Aldergrove could be matched here; we don’t have the numbers for that configuration.” Rezansoff agreed that the student population was too small in Grand Forks. She added that Christina Lake Elementary students would not have the same opportunities as the students at Perley and Hutton. “If I am going to agree to a change, I want to make sure that it’s not going to hurt any of our kids and I can see that if we go to a middle school concept it is going to have a negative impact on Christina Lake students.” Rezansoff agreed with a number of other trustees that the changes in education promised by the ministry’s revised education plan meant more flexibility that the Boundary district could take advantage of without major structural change. “We have an opportunity to do something that is unique to us,” she said, “and address the needs of all our kids in an equal way, in a much better way than just putting in a middle school.”

Phoenix Foundation of the Boundary Communities Building a Better Boundary

2013 Call for Proposals Step 1– Go to our website: www.phoenix-foundation.net and read information under Grant Seekers. Step 2 – See 2013 Call for Proposals. Step 3 – Read Vital Signs Report; how does our project address one of these 11 areas? Step 4 – Ask, can we partner with other agencies or apply for funding from other sources to strengthen our proposal? Step 5 – Submit Letter of Intent by Feb. 28, 2013. For more information contact: Linda at 250-443-3160 or phoenixfoundationbdry@gmail.com

The Midway Partnership Fund is a committee that will provide funding grants for projects within the Village of Midway that build on the strength of our community. Applicants must be registered as a charitable organization with the Canada Revenue Agency or hosted by one. Letter of Intent should be received no later than Feb. 28, 2013 at 4:00 p.m. c/o Midway Village Office. For more information call: John Fair @ 250-449-2639 or John Greaves @ 250-449-2898.

Phoenix Foundation is now accepting letters of intent for grants from the Grand Forks Credit Union Community Endowment. Applicants must meet the same guidelines as other PF grants. Areas of priority are: health and wellness; environment; work/economy. Submit letters of intent by Feb. 28, 2013. For more information contact Linda (above) or email: phoenixfoundationbdry@gmail.com


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Boundary Creek Times Thursday, February 21, 2013

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Thursday, February 21, 2013 Boundary Creek Times A9

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A10 Boundary Creek Times Thursday, February 21, 2013

BCSS girls take first

LISA BAIA Submitted

The BCSS Junior Girls basketball team used speed, determination and teamwork to win all four of their games en route to capturing the Stanley Humphries Secondary School Jr. Girls Invitational Basketball Tournament. Starting the tournament with only eight players, they lost Maddie Baia to a knee injury in the first game. Playing a tough Nelson team, they managed to build a ten-point lead and hold on for a 37-26 victory. BCSS rolled over Mount Sentinel next with a 57-8 victory, with four players scoring in the

double digits. Next up was the home team, Stanley Humphries of Castlegar. The girls came up big in this game, setting up a championship game against Osoyoos. In the final, a tight game was blown open when Kari Durban stepped up and drained 4 3-pointers in a row to open up an 11-point lead after one quarter. The girls never looked back, holding off an intense third quarter push by Osoyoos to finish winning 51-32. Congratulations to Daniella Bergendahl, Kari Durban, Daina Shaw and Erin Reay for being chosen game MVPs. Next up for the girls is the West Kootenay Finals in Nelson, where they are the number-one seed. (Front Row L-R): Erin Ray, Kari Durban and Selina Paul (Back Row L-R) Coach Lisa Baia, Madison Harpur, Daina Shaw, Maddie Baia, Daniella Bergendahl and Coach Pete Baia

Dave Watts (left), Sheila Dobie, Cam Hollihn, Deborah Baker, Val Rich and Pat Kelly at a literacy workshop in Midway on the weekend.

Tutors get training

Five Boundary residents (three from the West Boundary, two from Grand Forks) participated in a two-day workshop in Midway last weekend to learn the skills necessary to assist adults wishing to improve their reading, writing, speaking, and/or numeracy skills. The Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy (CBAL) funded the Adult One to One – Literacy Tutor Training workshop. CBAL Community Literacy Co-ordinator Sheila Dobie facilitated the free workshop for those interested in working with other adults in a literacy learning setting. Contact Dobie at 250-584-4109 or by email to sdobie@cbal.org, or Deborah Baker at 250-449-2177, rockmountain@telus.net. CBAL is a not-for-profit organization formed in 2001 to promote literacy and lifelong learning throughout the Columbia Basin and Boundary regions. Working with a local advisory committee, CBAL’s 16 community literacy co-ordinators deliver programs in 77 communities.

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On Feb. 22, 23 and 24, Boundary Minor Hockey is partnering with Grand Forks Minor Hockey to host the West Kootenay Atom B playoffs. The Boundary Predators Atoms will be on the ice at the following times: Friday, Feb. 22: 6:45 p.m. - Boundary VS. Spokane at Midway Arena. Saturday, Feb. 23: 11:30 a.m. - Boundary VS. Grand Forks 2 at Grand Forks Arena. Saturday, Feb. 23: 4:45 p.m. - Boundary VS. Greater Trail 2 at Midway Arena. The Semi-Final and the Finals will be played in Midway on Sunday, Feb. 24 at the Midway Arena. The Predators Atoms finished the regular season with an impressive 13 wins, 2 losses and 1 tie. They hadan incredible average of 10.38 goals per game, and a win percentage of 0.844.  According to Boundary Predators Atoms Coach Rob Payne it’s been a great season, and invites the Boundary to come out and cheer the teams on! Special Thanks to our Volunteers & Supporters of the 2nd Annual Wilgress Lake Ice Fishing Derby Boundary Metis Community Association (BMCA) Boundary All Nations Aboriginal Council (BANAC) Greg & Elaine Sterling (Wilgress Lake) Gordon Sterling & Lee Busy ( Owners Wilgress Lake) Al & Ted Kabatoff (Grand Forks) Laranna Androsoff, Danny Williamson & Family Community Futures, Emcon, Super Save Gas, The Udder Store, The Spot & Prospector Pub

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Thursday, February 21, 2013 Boundary Creek Times A11

Winterfest 2013 the best

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might be changes in coming years regarding the chili and pie contests. “I talked it over with Andy after – I had feedback on the chili and pie contests and there were people who said that the names of those who entered should be beside their entries so when people went to try out the chili and pies that they would know which ones were first and second. “That will be discussed and possibly considered for next year.” The other change she wants to push through concerns the chili contest itself. “Us women were

put out quite badly that both first and second prize went to men this year,” she explained. “So Evie Payne and I have decided that we are going to declare war on these guys to take first and second prizes next year.” “Thanks to all who came because without the people coming all the work you do won’t amount to a hill of beans but it makes it so rewarding when you see people laughing and enjoying themselves and it just makes it such a lot of fun,” Ron said when asked what message he felt most important from the weekend. “Come back next year. PHOTOS: RON SATHER (Left) Greenwood Councillor Barry Noll on the links at Winterfest 2013.

PHOTO: PAT KELLY

(Above) The Take or Leave It team – Ron and Evie Sather (left), Erin Uyeyama, Kari Durban, Beth MacDonald, Dyan Stoochnoff and Andy Shelton.

(Right) Winner of first place in the Business Snow Sculpture contest was Deadwood Junction.

The families of Anderson/Blasing; Comyns/Popko wish to acknowledge with deep appreciation the many expressions of love, concern and kindness shown to them during this difficult time of tragic loss. To family and friends who came from far and near, bringing food and loving support for our breaking hearts, your actions go deeper than words can say. We specifically want to thank the members of the First Response and Ambulance teams who responded so quickly to our call; we know it was a difficult one for all.

Broomball action under the lights on Friday night kept everyone warm.

Winterfest Results

The Sumo Challenge offered folks a chance to bounce back from the winter blahs.

Mayor Kettle’s team (foreground) and Mayor Kappes’ crew.

Grand Forks Mayor took 1st in the inaugural Mayor’s Challenge Human Dog Sled Race.

Family Snowman Contest: 1st - Kari Durban; 2nd - Elizabeth Harkness. Business Snow Sculpture: 1st – Deadwood Junction; 2nd – Copper Eagle. Chili Contest: 1st – Greg Wittal; 2nd – Dan Anderson. Pie Baking Contest: 1st fruit – Adrianna Goodson; 1st non-fruit – Nellie Lucente. Crib Tournament: 1st – Paul Richards & Julia Mamye; 2nd – Gerry Harcus & Gladys Brown. Badminton Tournament: 1st – Shaw Team; 2nd – Shilo’s Angels. Broomball Tournament: 1st – Predators; 2nd – Bailey’s Bantams. Broomball Female MVP: Daina Shaw. Broomball Male MVP: Patrick Cudworth & Bailey Shaw. Snow Golf Tournament – Male: Barry Noll & Harry Stoochnoff. Snow Golf Tournament – Female: Linda Timmins. Men’s Super Challenge: 1st – Greg Wittal; 2nd – Nipper Kettle. Ladies Super Challenge: 1st – Joanne Marien; 2nd – Connie Nissen. Human Dog Sled Race: 1st – Copper Eagle Team. Mayor’s Challenge – Human Dog Sled Race 1st: Grand Forks – Mayor Brian Taylor, Head coach Nick Deschenes, Captain Nate Cory, Cam McLennan, Monty Chisholm. Greenwood – Mayor Nipper Kettle, Randy Smith, Roy Terashita, Shilo Freer, Peter King. Midway – Mayor Randy Kappes, Jen Morin, Sheri Harpur, John Boltz, Morgan Harpur. RDKB – Area E Director Bill Baird, Barry Noll, Rob Smith, Dean Herdman, Oliver Glaser.

Thank you to the doctors and nurses of Boundary Hospital for their care of Nooveya and our family during our tragedy. A heartfelt thank you to Mark Danyluk who thoughtfully stayed by us and shared his gentle presence. Flashes of Love There is a passageway to infinity for souls like this who blast our tender hearts wide open, who fill our days with magic and laughter who teach us the beautiful and difficult lessons of loving and letting go. Jacqui Lalita

You are invited to join a BIBLE STUDY GROUP & Study THE LAST 7 SAYINGS OF JESUS Every Tuesday Evening 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. At the Rock Creek Medical Centre, 100 Cut-Off Road, Rock Creek February 26 March 5

– “Father Forgive Them” – “Verily, I Say to You Today”

March 12 March 19 March 26

– “Woman, Behold Your Son” – “My God, My God, Why Have You Forsaken Me” – The Passion Week of Jesus Christ

April 2 April 9

– The Resurrection of Jesus Christ – “I Thirst”

April 16 April 23

– “It is Finished” – “Father, Into Your Hands I Commend My Spirit” – The Sermon on the Signs of the Times

April 30

For additional information, contact Harald Zinner at 250-446-2517.


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A14 Boundary Creek Times Thursday, February 21, 2013

Clondyke fever strikes Boundary Creek

AL DONNELLY

Chronicles of Boundary Country from the pages of The Boundary Creek Times Volume II, No.20 – July 24, 1897 ➤ Clondyke (sic) Excitement – “The Clondyke fever has struck Boundary Creek. The epidemic is here . . . and some of the miners who have been through the excitement of several new camps are figuring the cost and gauging the distance to this Eldorado beyond the land of the midnight sun. The reports from the Clondyke would be laughed at were it not for the fact that they are accompanied by the gold. As high as

$800 has been secured from a pan of gravel, and the placer fields appear to be inexhaustible. But if the people would consider the Clondyke situation soberly, they would come to the conclusion that the history of other mining camps will repeat itself here. A few will strike it rich while the great majority will meet with discouragement and hardship. The wise man will not throw up a comparatively ‘sure thing’ in Boundary Creek to endure the hardship of a trip to Clondyke that will probably end disastrously.” ➤ Death of Amor DeCosmos – “The Honourable Amor DeCosmos, the pioneer newspaper man of British Columbia, and who figured prominently in the politics of

the early days, died in Victoria on Sunday. He established the Victoria Colonist in 1858. In 1873, he became premier of the province, and afterwards represented Vancouver Island in the dominion parliament. He was a native of Halifax, and his proper name was Smith, which he had changed by an act of the California legislature.” ➤ A Court at Midway – “A court of the Independent Order of Foresters was instituted at Midway on Monday last. After the work of organizing the lodge was completed, the newly-elected members adjourned to the Boundary Hotel, where they enjoyed an excellent supper. The members then proceeded to the court

house for the work of initiation and where the 20 members were shown the mysteries of the order.” ➤ T.T.D.C.Y.K. Club – “The young ladies of Greenwood have organized a T.T.D.C.Y.K. society. What these initials represent is only known to the members of the club. Sufficient has been learned about the organization however to state that the objects of the society look towards mutual improvement and entertainment. At the first meeting, refreshments were served and a very pleasant afternoon was spent. The club is evidently not afraid of elections, for one of its by-laws is to the effect that officers are to be elected monthly.”

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Thursday, February 21, 2013 Boundary Creek Times A15

Students prepare for grad In conversation with members of the Class of 2013

Introducing

Brianna Elliot

When asked how she had changed and matured at BCSS, Class of 2013 graduate Brianna Elliot said that when she first came to BCSS from Revelstoke in grade 8 she was dead set on being a vet. But that’s changed a bit as she’s been accepted to Olds College in the two-year Agricultural Management program. “After that I’d like to get my degree in Agricultural business,” she explains. As far as naming what she wants to be when she grows up though, these days she just says, “After that – my career in general – I’d just like to wait and get more experience.” She is appreciative of those, including the teachers at BCSS, who helped her realize what she wanted to be and to set realistic goals around that. “The teachers helped me look at which subjects I really appreciated more than others. “ Although graduation isn’t until June, Brianna has finished all the courses required of her a semester early and is already out working to put money away for school this September. When this interview was done in January she was a couple of days from the end of her classroom experience and was still considering her job options. She has since taken a job at Chris-

tian Valley Service in Rock Creek. They are lucky to have her too as she brings valuable skills to the job. She lists a wide range of work experience on her resume - in restaurants, timber cruising in the forestry industry, at Phoenix Blossoms, and a lifetime of experience on the farm. “I have worked on a ranch since I was born,” she laughs. “I am a really committed worker – determined.” She has eight years of 4-H experience with many awards behind her as well starting when she was nine years old. “I have had various projects from a heifer, to a steer to a carcass animal. As one of the first members of the local Ranch Horse 4-H club she helped get it up and running. Brianna has served as 4-H club president for multiple years as well as in other officer positions. She explained that these roles put her in a position of responsibility. “The parent leaders weren’t allowed to step in. The youth are responsible for all the planning and final decisions for the club, including helping the younger members through mentoring and teaching.” She has benefitted from 4-H through trips such as Youth Action Conference in Kamloops for a week and the Provincial Club week in Naramata with about 50 kids.

Attention Farmers and Ranchers

“4-H is a great program that I benefited a lot from - it helped me from public speaking to record-keeping to the responsibility of keeping an animal,” says Brianna. She says she has played hockey since she could pretty much walk. “I played for Midway – the Boundary Predators. I love to play baseball forever as well – being part of the ladies fastball team is a great experience.” Although she’ll be leaving BCSS a semester early she’ll be back for the graduation ceremonies. She credits her family as her motivation for maintaining her place on the honour roll throughout school. To which counselor Pam Storie replied, “Hard working! The Elliot motto.”

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A16 Boundary Creek Times Thursday, February 21, 2013

Passport fees rise

The cost for a Canadian passport will increase significantly on Canada Day this year. Also new is a charge for replacement of a lost or stolen passport and the availability of the new 10-year ePassport on July 1, 2013. Rather than being funded by taxpayers, Passport Canada is financed by passport applicants. Passport Canada must generate enough revenues from fees charged

for passports and other travel documents to pay for its expenditures. The cost of a five-year passport will increase to $120 from $87. A 10-year passport will also be offered at a cost of $160. The cost of a child’s passport is going up to $57, an increase of $20, if ordered domestically. Higher fees apply for applications made outside the country.

Church Directory GREENWOOD Sacred Heart Catholic Church Rev. Marcel Cote 326 Church Avenue Mass - Saturday 5 pm St. Jude’s Anglican Church of Canada Rev. Simon Shenstone 250-442-5808 145 S. Kimberley Services at 4pm (1st, 3rd & 5th Sunday) Evangel Chapel Interim Pastor Martin Fromme 250-449-1978 Food Bank 250-445-6571 401 N. Kimberley Service - Sunday at 10 am St. Columba United Church of Canada Rev. Kim Horwood 250-442-3311 101 S. Government Service & Sunday School - Sunday 9 am www.boundaryunited.ca MIDWAY Boundary Community Church Contact Gene Bradford 250-449-2422 at the Midway Community Hall Service - Sunday at 10 am King of Kings New Testament & Academy Pastor Rick Steingard 250-449-2252 735 9th Ave Service - Sunday at 10 am Jehovah’s Witnesses 943 13th Street 250-449-2665 Tuesday - 7 pm Sunday - 10 am ROCK CREEK St. Mary’s Anglican Church Kettle Valley Service - 2nd & 4th Sunday at 10:30 am BRIDESVILLE Sidley Mountain Cowboy Church Pastor Ed Brouwer 250-495-4877 Service at 6 pm on 2nd and 4th Sunday Bridesville Hall WESTBRIDGE Humuh Monastry Buddhist Meditation & Empowerment Centre Master Maticintin (1-800-336-6015) Meditation & Spiritual Teachings Sunday at 11 am Seventh-day Adventist Church Harald Zinner 250-446-2517 Westbridge Community Hall Service - Saturday at 10 am

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Derby winners announced Prizes of all kinds for avid anglers Results from the 2013 Wilgress Lake Fishing Derby were:

Pop up ice hut raffle winner    Joe Gritchen

Adult 1st place    Doug Bannert 2nd place   Jeff Hutton 3rd place    Dale Nylander

Ticket entry winners   Doug Bannert and Tony Finley

Under 16 1st place     Stephen D’Appolonia 2nd place    Colin Anderson 3rd place     Ried Robinson

Hidden prizes for: Smallest fish:    Brad Eugene Oldest fisherman: 84 yr – Whisky Will Youngest  fisherman:  5 yrs – Erika Robinson

We need to learn to get along

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Margot came to Canada in the early 50’s with her husband, Gus and son Gary. They bought a restaurant and there began her career in the service industry. She was good with people and quickly made many friends. In the 60’s, she moved with her family to Smithers. Margot discovered curling and it became a part of her life. She was good at it, eventually playing in the provincial finals. She won many trophies and prizes. Gus and Margot moved to Greenwood and enjoyed being retired. Margot loved Greenwood and the people there. She was involved with the seniors group and developed some great friendships. After Gus died Margot was very lonely until she met a special friend, Peter. Sadly, Peter passed away in 2011. Margot moved in the Qualicum Gardens, she was very happy there, being involved in as much as she could. She discovered after 80 years of never being able to carry a tune that she could sing and let anyone she talked to know how proud she was of it. Painting was another joy. Margot is predeceased by her husband of 48 years, Gustav Kempert (1998), her parents, Bruno and Hedwig, son Gary, brother Fredie and special friend Peter (2011). Margot is survived by her daughter Lo and partner Dave, son Steve and wife Linda, daughter in law Wendy, sisters Marianne and Irmgard, many grandchildren and great-grandchildren and her friend Susie Block. Thank-you so much to the staff of the Gardens. Mom loved her family. She will be dearly missed. Everybody always felt better after being around Margot. There will be a celebration of Margot’s life on June 15, 2013 in Grand Prairie, please contact skempert87@gmail.com for more info. Please join us in remembering Margot by visiting our memorial at www.piercysmtwashingtonfuneral.com.

How very softly you tiptoed into our world. Almost silently, only a moment you stayed. But what an imprint your footsteps have left upon our hearts.

Baby Angel Our precious baby angel Our shining star above You came into our world And filled our hearts with love. Your perfect little face Your long hands and toes The love we feel for you No one really knows. Never will we forget you You’re forever in our hearts So spread your beautiful angel wings And fly away to a new start.

In loving memory of

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December 3, 2011 - December 30, 2012 We will always remember you!!!

If you wish to contribute to the Nooveya Popko Trust Fund you may do so at any CIBC bank to Transit #09060, Acct #8243794. Thank you.


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Are our recourse roads a problem?

The last thing you want focus on resource roads to come across when travbecause of the risks of environmental degradation eling out into the backand safety for road users. country this summer is a Some of the environmentroad wash-out, blown culal impacts caused by revert or failing bridge. source road development But a recent report from and made worse by lack of the B.C. Forest Practices maintenance include siltaBoard reveals an increasing tion of streams, landslides, number of concerns over increase in invasive plants, poor road and bridge conbarriers to fish passage, and struction and maintenance in audits of forestry operGRAHAM WATT pressures on other endangered or at risk species. ations across the province. Ideally, roads should be In particular, key issues built and managed to miniincluded less overall maintenance work and insufficient culverts and mize these environmental impacts. But even well-managed roads adjacent to or drainage structures. The Forest Practices Board chose to crossing streams can impact fish and aqua-

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tic ecosystems by increasing water temperature, sediment and toxins, and decreasing dissolved oxygen. There are at least 450,000 kilometres of resource roads in B.C. In the Canadian portion of the Kettle River watershed, we have over 13,000 km of roads overall, mostly unpaved, that cross streams at over 9,000 locations. Just a few of these stream crossings can be seen in the accompanying map of the area around Jewel Lake. Although we do not have enough data on the current condition of roads and bridges in our area to fully understand the risks to our streams and rivers, observations from residents and at least one Forest Practices Board audit show that the Boundary may be no better off than the

rest of B.C. Part of the problem is that resource roads are administered through provisions in 11 different laws dealing with different industries and activities. The province has been working on the Natural Resource Roads Act to address these issues, though progress has been stalled since early 2012. If you travel on resource roads, would you be willing to send in your observations and photos of problem areas? Graham Watt is project co-ordinator of the Kettle River Watershed Management Plan, Regional District of Kootenay Boundary. Ask Watt watershed questions at plan@kettleriver. ca. Figures and footnotes are included online at http://kettleriver.ca – look for the link in the menu to “Kettle River Q&A.

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6) Ensure a vibrant forest lands research sector exists to support long-term forest management, community resiliency and forest sector competitiveness Detailed (“how to”) actions for each recommendation are also presented. Both Midway and Grand Forks hosted community dialogue sessions under the Healthy Forests-Healthy Communities banner in the summer of 2011. The Healthy Forests-Healthy Communities final report and separate executive summary and recommendations can be obtained from the HFHC website at bcforestconversation. com.

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Murder a screwball comedy

Kettle River Lions Club

Midway Little Theatre Company presents A Little Murder Never Hurt Anybody on stage at the BCSS Theatre. The play will run from Thursday, Feb. 28 through Saturday, March 2 at 7:30 each night. “It’s a comedy-mystery about a man who is having a mid-life crisis,” explains Director John Hibberson. “A screwball comedy – kind of in the style of Cary Grant and a celebration of that time period.” It’s New Year’s Eve at the Perry mansion, and Julia (Karen Harpur) and Mat-

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thew Perry (Gordy Jones) seem to have it all. But Matthew has seen how the otherhalf lives - a fellow he knows at his club lost his wife and now appears to be having a heck of a lot of fun. So Matthew resolves to murder Julia by the time the new year is out, and tells her so. She vows to stay alive, and tells him so -- and the game begins -- a hilarious yearlong match of wits and the witless. The award winning play, written by Ron Bernas and first staged in 1991, has been performed in front of hundreds of appreciative community theatre audiences around the world since that time. The cast of six will keep the laughs coming. Detective Plotnik, played by Tannis Killough, is the, ”incompetent, objectionable detective,” says Killough. “And quite dumb too.” The Perry’s daughter, Bunny (played by Cat Kappes) unfortunately has – in the words of

the butler (John Hibberson) – “an elevator that doesn’t go quite all the way to the top.” As she and her fiancée, Donald (Dave Corbett) are planning their wedding as the year moves along – but the guest list seems to be getting shorter and shorter as bodies pile up all over the estate. “It’s an incredibly funny script,” says Hibberson. “This production is a great way to shake off the mid-winter blues.” Hibberson has over 20 years of directing experience, having directed and taught at BCSS for many years. At one time he had four classes going at once. That was the year the theatre stage was built at BCSS. Hibberson continues to inspire and encourage talented youth as well. Behind the scenes are Keegan Kappes working the lights, Tyler Woykin on the soundboard and Anna Danyluk doing duty as prompter and assisting in scene changes. Costumes are the responsibility of the ever-youthful Bev Hibberson. Tickets are $10, available at the Midway library or The Spot

Sunday, Feb. 24, 2013 11:00 a.m. at the Rock Creek Pavilion,

Everybody welcome Dave Corbett (left) and John Hibberson go over some lines during rehearsal.T

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Maxwell Perry (left – played by Gordy Jones) secrets a blowgun that has just arrived in the mail from the bumbling Detective Plotnik (Tannis Killough).

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