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WEEKEND FRIDAY FEBRUARY 22, 2013

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VOL. 24 NO. 8

REACHING 10,675 HOMES WEEKLY

CITY STRIKE CONTINUES The International Union of Operating Engineers Local 882B, representing around 110 city employees, began legal strike action on Saturday Feb. 16. Workers returned to work Monday Feb. 18, but resumed strike action at noon after talks broke down between the union and the employer. Here union employees picket outside of city hall. Monica Lamb-Yorski photo

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More than 60 business excellence nominees The Williams Lake and District Chamber of Commerce offers its congratulations to all the nominees for this year’s Business Excellence Awards that will be presented on Saturday, March 9 during a gala dinner event. A total of 62 individuals and businesses were nominated in the various award categories as follows in alphabetical order. 3064 Royal Canadian Army Cadets: community service. B&M Mechanical Services: manufacturing. Bootlegger: customer service. Sushi California: food services. Canoe Creek Indian Band: newsmaker. Cariboo Chilcotin Jetboat Adventures: hospitality. Cariboo Truck Terminal Ltd.: customer service. Cariboo Water Purification Centre: customer service. Carmens Restaurant: hospitality, food services. Chap’s Auto Body: customer service.

Chris Harris Photography: hospitality. City Vacuum: customer service. Cobalt Spas: customer service. Creative Scissor: customer service. Dandelion Living: customer service, greatest improvement. Denise Skarra: community. Dr. Rudy Wassenaar: customer service. Elysia Resort: hospitality, customer service. Essence Pilates Fitness Studio: customer service. Gecko Tree Cafe and Catering: food service. Gibraltar Mines Ltd.: manufacturing Gustafson’s Dodge Chrysler Jeep: greatest improvement. Highlands Irrigation Ltd.: customer service Imperial Metals Corp.: newsmaker. Intrigue Hair Studio: customer service. Jason Ryll: Hugh Stahl Award. Juniper Trails B&B: hospitality. Kal Tire: customer service. Kids Running for Kids - Rya Enns:

newsmaker Kim Colgate Re4rm Fitness: customer service, greatest improvement. Lindsey Mann: newsmaker. Margetts Meats: customer service Mark Beck - Purolator: customer service. Mount Polley Mine: Manufacturer. New World Coffee and Tea House: food service. Oliver Street Bar and Grill: food service. O-Netrix Solutions Inc.: greatest improvement. Petro-Canada: customer service. Pioneer Log Homes: manufacturing. Ramada Williams Lake: hospitality, greatest improvement. Red Tomato Pies: food service. Rick Hansen Monument Unveiled: newsmaker. Save-On-Foods: customer service, community. Scorpion Design and Fabricating: manufacturing. Smashin’ Smoothies: food service. Tammy - PS Liquor Store Ltd.: customer service

Tanya Rankin Realty: customer service. Taylor Made Cakes and Sweets: food service. Tickled Pink Beauty Bar: customer service. Tim Rees: newsmaker. Tolko Industries Ltd.: manufacturer. West Fraser Timber Co. Ltd.: manufacturer. Williams Lake Cycling Club: community service. Williams Lake High School Rodeo Club: community service. Williams Lake Indian Band: newsmaker. Wise Owl Toys: customer service. Xats’ull Heritage Village: hospitality. Xiochu Zhang, Pharmacist: community service. Exposed Expressions Tattoo Studio: community service. Ken Wilson: Hugo Stahl Award. Marlene Swears: community service. Blacky’s Truck and Car Wash (2004) Ltd.: customer service.

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Friday, February 22, 2013 Williams Lake Weekend

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NEWS

Winning the war but losing the lettuce Well, my great green light garden has come to a withering halt. Since the fall frost I kept us in salad by growing an assortment of lettuce, kale and other greens in my light stand. The light stand was expensive and I figured it could earn its keep as more than just a place to start spring seedlings. And it did. For four months I was unreasonably entertained by getting out the salad bowl and herb scissors and walking mere steps across the kitchen to my “garden”. I relished snipping off leaves for the supper salad while the winter winds licked the windows. I felt like I was getting away with something. Having fresh garden greens in December was like skipping out of school. Some days I would

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just nibble on the lettuce straight from the stand, while looking out at the winter landscape. But then in late January I was ratted out. A horde of aphids in biblical proportions descended on my salad bar. Had I noticed them sooner I might have been able to get the upper hand, but as it were every last leaf was freckled with the buggers. Which begs the question; where do aphids come from in the dead of winter?

And how did they get in the house? I dabbled in some organic warfare involving everything from squishing them to spraying with concoctions of garlic and banana peels to homemade sticky traps to whatever else Google and my garden library threw at me. I soon lost both my patience and my appetite. In a final fit, I uprooted every last plant and tossed them in the woodstove, aphids and all. And then I set the boxes of soil out on the deck during a deep freeze to take care of any that were left behind. Fire and ice...it wasn’t very nice. Furthermore it was a case of throwing the baby out with the bathwater. I no longer had aphids, but I no longer had fresh salad greens

to look forward to neither. I won the war, but lost the lettuce. But that’s okay. I am regrouping and getting ready to plant some greens again. And soon, very soon, spring seedlings! I am digging out my seeds and going through them in a flutter of excitement. February is such a dangerous month for gardeners. It’s that between stage where you have forgotten about the weeds and the watering and the work (but not the aphids; I haven’t forgotten about the aphids) and can’t wait for the tantalizing renewal of the spring garden. I know seed catalogues are as duplicitous as fashion magazines, but I forgive them for it. All those glossy photos of perfect

lobed peppers, plump melons, smooth, unblemished skin of sun ripened tomatoes; the ornamental shrubs dripping in blooms, trees with perfectly symmetrical limbs and climbing roses smothering an arbour in red. Some of these will come to pass in my garden, while others will simply pass on. There will be blight, pestilence and no doubt drought, but there will also be the countless unexpected miracles that always come with the making any garden. Ruth Stout, the late great Queen of the Mulch Method, once recounted a conversation she had with her brother Rex, a gardener and author of the famed Nero Wolfe detective series. Rex opened their conversation by saying, “Of all the activi-

ties a man can spend his time on, gardening is the only one which is certain to present him with a bewildering succession of delight and dismay. If, after my 30 years of trying to nurse hundreds of plants into vigor and bloom I was asked to give useful advice to an aspiring gardener, I would tell him to always expect the dismay; then the delight, when it comes, will be a glorious surprise.” Ruth tells her readers that she is of just the opposite temperament. “For goodness sake, expect delight. If dismay is what you get, it will be a jolt, yes, but think of all the wonderful expectant hours you spent! And the dismay needn’t last long; in no time at all you find yourself anticipating fresh delights.”

I agree with Ruth on this one. If all I did was anticipate what plants might have succumbed to winter’s wrath, or the fall out of next summer’s drought or the moose that might clear the eight foot fence and Hoover up all the peas and raspberry bushes, then I would simply hang up my hoe. Instead I am already looking forward to the return of the perennials, a bountiful vegetable harvest come fall and my latest wave of lettuce minus the sprinkling of aphid protein. With so much to look forward to it’s a pity that February is the shortest month. Shannon McKinnon is a humour columnist from Northern BC. You can read past columns by visiting www.shannonmckinnon.com

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Falls are a common occurrence in the elderly. To reduce them, consider the following: check the eyes for cataracts; check the home environment for possible risk situations; check medications. As we get older, our bodies handle medications differently. Perhaps a change in medication or dose may help. Low blood pressure could also contribute to falling. Get your pressure checked.

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Friday, February 22, 2013 Williams Lake Weekend

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Williams Lake Weekend Friday, February 22, 2013

News

Fabulous 50s theme for business excellence awards banquet CLAUDIA BLAIR The nominations are in, the awards are ready to be presented in “academy style” everyone is on the edge of their seats waiting for those words…and the recipient for this year is………!  The awards night will astound you from the moment you enter the Elks Hall with the outstanding décor by Charlene Harrison and her hard working helpers. This year marks the 18th anniversary of this very prestigious gala affair and we invite you to be part of the festivities.   Our MC is Dale Taylor who returns to keep our awards evening program rolling along. The Ramada is our caterer and promises to outdo themselves with an incredible menu of specialties prepared by Chef Pat Boate. The live and silent auction items under the

watchful eye of Mark Law include not only local intriguing items of art, clothing, attractions but vacation packages from around the region and BC. Our auctioneer is Richard Kohlen this year who has taken some time from his many ventures to help us out.

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Keep your eyes on our comedy magician Rod Boss who assures us he will astonish us all. Tickets are $75 pp and are selling faster this year than in other years so don’t wait or you will be disappointed. We want to make it easy for you, call 250-392-5025 to re-

serve your tickets with credit card or purchase them at the office with cheque or cash.  Group reservations of eight may have their own table if reserved and paid in advance. Tickets may be purchased at the Chamber office until Monday March 4 at noon, no ticket sales at the door.

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Volunteers Laurie and Rick Rhodes at work on the decorating for the business excellence awards banquet last year. The theme for this year is Fabulous 50s. Photo submitted

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Fill in the grid so that every row, every column and every 3x3 box contains the numbers 1 through 9 only once. Each 3x3 box is outlined with a darker line. You already have a few numbers to get you started. Remember: you must not repeat the numbers 1 through 9 in the same line, column or 3x3 box.

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News BC Coroners Service announces inquest

The BC Coroners Service has announced a public inquest will be held into the death of Justin Larry James Zinser. The inquest will take place from Aug.

27 - 30, 2013, at the Williams Lake Court Services building in Williams Lake. Mr. Zinser, aged 23, died on Sept. 24, 2011, after being shot by an RCMP officer

at Nimpo Lake in the Chilcotin area. Presiding coroner, Donita Kuzma, and a jury will hear evidence from subpoenaed witnesses to determine the facts surrounding

Sacred Heart Catholic Church Priests: Father Derrick Cameron Father Clinton Pendleton Sunday Mass 9:30 and 7:00 pm Saturdays 5:00 pm anticipated for Sunday 450 Pigeon Ave. 250-398-6806 sacredheartwl.org

Salvation Army Williams Lake Corps Family Worship Centre 267 Borland Street, Williams Lake 250-392-2423 Sunday Morning Worship 10:30 am Captains Randy & Claudine Kadonaga

St. John Lutheran Church 377 Hodgson Road, Williams Lake

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Worship Service 10:00 am • Kids Club Lead Pastor Jeremy Vogt

Evangelical Free Church Sunday Morning Service 10:00 a.m. Pastor Dan Smith 1100-11th Ave. North, Williams Lake 250-392-2843

this death. While the jury may not, by law, make any findings of legal responsibility, it will have the opportunity to make recommendations aimed at pre-

Friday, February 22, 2013 Williams Lake Weekend

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Spring Outdoor Season Columneetza Secondary School February 23rd 9:00 am until 4:00 pm Registrants are welcome to come and kick the ball around the gym.

venting deaths under similar circumstances in the future. An inquest is a formal process that allows for public presentation of evidence relating to a death.

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Discussing religion My attention was grabbed recently by a Vancouver newspaper article with the heading “Christy Clark risks discussing religion”. The “discussion” actually took place at a private function where most of the attendees were business and professional evangelical Christians. The media had not been notified of the event, but asked for permission to attend and were not refused. The article was fair to Premier Clark; neither condemning nor praising her, merely reported what was said. However, I do not see the ”risk” that she apparently was taking. I am sure the event had a political intent and she did share her personal view of what the government could, would and should do and simply included comments about her faith. When is it a ‘risk’ to speak of one’s faith? Regardless of whom the person is. The mandate for the disciples is passed on to all believers. Mark 16:15 15 He said to them, “Go into all the world and preach the good news to all creation. 16 Whoever believes and is baptized will be saved, but whoever does not believe will be condemned. I realize that often people get hung up on the word “preach”. The word ‘preach’ induces in many the feeling of apprehension. Preaching is often interpreted by unbelievers

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BY Captain Randy as “he is going to shove his faith down my throat” or “he is going to harp on me’. For the believers, we often think of preaching as quoting the Bible to people and persuading them to believe. Be sure to note this is MY opinion and not necessarily that of anyone else. Just maybe we Christians got it wrong about what preaching means. Jesus told people He was God’s Son through parables, stories, acts of kindness and through sermons. Then He left it up to each person to think about and decide to follow Him or not. Nowhere is it recorded that Jesus either pleaded with

people to believe, or forced them to believe. He argued the existence of God, stated that God is, and left it up to the individual to believe or not. We are to do the same, proclaim what we know about Jesus then leave it up to those who have listened to make up their own mind. Life decisions are for the individual to make. Every person is given the freedom to believe or not to believe. So where is the ‘risk’ for a person to speak about their faith? The risk is in our own minds. Are we afraid of what people will say? Are we afraid of those who would argue against our belief? Well, your testimony of what God means to you cannot be refuted by anyone, for they have not had you experience. When you tell your story, or should I say your faith, they can believe it or not, the choice is theirs. People are willing to tell their story on Oprah, Doctor Phil, George Stroumboulopoulos and a host of other reality TV shows. Are you willing to tell your story to those you are in contact with daily? I think Christians can go anywhere and tell their story, tell others your belief. In our country there is no ‘Risk’ in telling our story. We cannot force others to believe, but that is not what Christ asks of us. He only tells us to “GO Proclaim the Good News”.

Captain Johnston Randy isisthe Corps Officer of TheSeventh-day Williams Lake Salvation Cameron with the Central Cariboo Adventist Church Army Church. send questions to: editor@wltribune.com PleasePlease send questions to: editor@wltribune.com The views expressed in this column are not necessarily the views of all the churches in the ministerial association.

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NEWS

Heart condition prompts Bell’s retirement TOM FLETCHER Black Press Jobs Minister Pat Bell says he will remain in Premier Christy Clark’s cabinet until the May 14 provincial election, but he has withdrawn his candidacy to run for re-election due to a heart condition. Bell has been a key cabinet minister for Premier Christy Clark, as he was previously under Gordon Campbell. He is continuing his duties as minister of jobs, tourism and skills training, a portfolio created by Clark as the centrepiece of her job strategy. Speaking to reporters in his legislature office Monday, Bell down-

Pat Bell played his departure. “Sometimes when you’re in politics, you automatically think you have become smarter

over a period of time,” Bell said. “I think there’s some evidence that points to the opposite. So renewal is not a

bad thing.” Bell was nominated to run for a fourth term in Prince GeorgeMackenzie, a seat he has held since the B.C. Liberal landslide of 2001. He declined to identify candidates to seek the party nomination, but said he hopes to see a competition for the job. Bell’s doctor discovered an aneurysm last fall in one of the arteries connecting to his heart. The condition is typically a bulge in the blood vessel that indicates weakness of the wall. If it bursts it is fatal. Bell said Monday his condition is being closely monitored, and he may need surgery

if the aneurysm grows larger. But for now he is continuing his work and exercise schedule as usual, and he plans to campaign for the next B.C. Liberal candidate in his constituency. He said his condition is likely inherited, and not related to the stress of his job. As forests minister he led numerous trade missions to Asia to develop markets for B.C. lumber, and has continued a similar pace in his current role. Bell’s first full cabinet post was agriculture and lands, where he led the provincial effort to establish a coastal land use agreement now known as the Great Bear Rainforest.

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What a great year we had! There were many projects that were completed including the water well, new water system, complete with new filter system, toilets and hot water tank, new kitchen window with security blind, new backstop with 40’ of safety fence on each side, new aluminum bleachers, new wheelchair ramp and stairs, new windows and patio and riding arena work bees. We had three very successful events with the Winter Fun Day, Mother’s Day Breakfast and the Christmas Pot Luck Dinner and Auction.

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There are so many people who volunteered their time, equipment and material throughout the year. Thank you to Marcel Rochefort (Mountain Log Homes), Rob and Jim Swaan (Oasis Café), Joe Snow (Wise Windows & Doors), Neil Muir (Brahma Contracting), Greg Foster (Oasis Pub), Ian and Jackie Hicks (ILJ Ventures Ltd.), Jackie King, Maj Sutherland, Ron and Joanne Regush, Ron and Lori Whittingham (RL7 Mechanical), Wayne Wirsz, Colin and Kathy Carter and family, John and Cynthia Noble and family, Linda Bard, Nancy and Dave Balabuck, Fred McCallum, Aimee Serenas, Daniel and Kate Jalbert, Howie Chamberlin, Kathy Suski, Dennis Purdy (HMC Road Services), Steven and Denis Hawkins-Bogle, Gayle and Calvin Black, Rhonda Kolcun, Mike Taylor, Mark Ralph, Terry Fowler, Don and Lorraine Enns and Jeremy Kishkan.

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We send a very special thank you to Area D Director Deb Bischoff and the CRD for their letters of support and assistance in securing grants for the new well and upgrade of our water system and plumbing. Thank you to BC Tourism for the grant to complete our Tourist Information Kiosk. Thank you to the Anonymous Donators for the help with the new stairs, to Northern Development Initiative Trust for the grant for the bleachers, backstop, deck and windows. Without the help from everyone listed here, none of the projects would have been possible. This reflects thousands of dollars in time, equipment and material donated. Thank you from our hearts. Though every effort has been made to thank everyone involved in all projects, please accept our apologies if we have missed anyone. We are grateful for all help received.

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B.C. gas boom is real, all right

B.C. VIEWS TOM FLETCHER

Whether Christy Clark’s government survives the May election or not, the natural gas “Prosperity Fund” idea floated in last week’s throne speech is a useful one. B.C. is poised to join Alberta in the upper rank of energy producing jurisdictions, with an expanding network of natural gas collection, refining and processing into liquid (LNG) for export. Clark’s pre-election throne speech proposed a resource fund similar to Alberta’s Heritage Fund that would be reserved for debt reduction and major projects, rather than spent on programs, which tends to happen under the political pressure of four-year election cycles. Opposition politicians and media commentators have dismissed this as a pre-election stunt. They note that the LNG industry in B.C. doesn’t exist yet, and may never produce the hundreds of billions of dollars projected over the next 30 years.  I returned for a visit to B.C.’s northeast earlier this month, and I can tell you the gas boom is real. My parents homesteaded east of Dawson Creek near the Alberta border in 1962, and I recall when our farm was drilled for gas by Gulf Canada 40 years ago. Many more gas wells have been drilled since then, and country roads have been

widened and numbered for industrial traffic. Hydraulic fracturing, already in use when our farm was drilled, has been combined with directional drilling to open up huge new supplies. A farming community called Montney is the latest hot play, yielding not only shale gas but petroleum liquids, which are valuable for diluting heavy oil among other things.  B.C. has never seen this kind of international investment interest before. Initial projects have been joined by global players such as Brit-

ish Gas, and Mitsubishi, a key player in Japan’s replacement of its devastated nuclear power program. Spectra Energy, which operates one of North America’s biggest gas processing plants at Fort Nelson and has another one under construction nearby, has begun work on a third plant near Dawson Creek. Spectra and British Gas have also proposed the latest of several pipelines, to move all this gas to an LNG terminal at Prince Rupert. The Kitimat-Prince Rupert region now has at least five

proposed terminals, with investors including Shell, Chevron, ExxonMobil and state players from China and Korea. All this is happening as shale gas is developed across the United States as well. As with oil, Canada is a captive of the U.S. market, and the flood of new gas supply has the North American price at rock bottom. At least B.C. hopes it’s the bottom. Gas royalties passed forest income to the B.C. treasury many years ago, and now as the forest industry struggles to recover, the

province faces tumbling revenues from gas. Why would B.C.’s shale gas be seen as a priority for new global investment in LNG? For one thing, we’re a stable democratic country with a mature industry and competent regulation. Secondly, the shipping advantage of the Kitimat and Prince Rupert ports to the Pacific Rim has finally been recognized internationally, as coal, forest products, grain and container traffic has climbed in recent years. B.C. has another advantage that appears to be in-

creasingly important. The shale gas deposits are deep, under a kilometre or more of solid rock, and most are in remote, sparsely inhabited locations. That adds cost to the pipeline system, but it has a benefit. At the beginning of the year I predicted that the international protest movement that dishonestly targets Alberta oil would soon turn to demonizing natural gas. That pseudo-scientific attack has begun, right here in B.C. I’ll have more on that in a subsequent column.

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Community For NON-PROFIT EVENTS happening WITHIN 2 WEEKS. Posting must be limited to TIME, DATE & PLACE (excluding dollar amounts). Deadline is 5:00 p.m. Tuesdays. Postings run the following Friday. Email to: production@wltribune.com Attention: Community Calendar NOTICES Cariboo Potter’s Guild beginner’s classes will run Wed. evenings 7-10 until Feb. 27 (as well as two Saturdays of non-instructional free time). Sign up at the Stationhouse Gallery. Classes held at the Cariboo Arts Center (old firehall). Clay, instruction, firing, and glazing. Class size is limited, sign up soon. Christie at 250-398-2055. An information session and panel discussion on eating disorders will take place at the Women’s Contact Society centre on Thursday, Feb. 28 from 4 to 6 p.m. The topic will be based around media literacy and the impact it has on society and how it leads to eating disorders. The free event is open to anyone. For more information contact Robyn Rekunyk at the Women’s Contact Society at 250-392-4118. Mountview Elementary School Indoor Garage Sale, Sat. Feb. 23 from 9-3 at 1112 Dog Creek Road. Clean out your storage and put cash in your pocket. Contact Dawn at 250-398-8738 to rent a table or donate.

BIA representative Rita Law (left) presents some of the sweaters, jackets and hoodies collected in Williams Lake to Vanessa Riplinger of the Child Development Centre to be distributed to families in need. Photo submitted

Turn Down the Heat campaign hugely successful in lakecity The Turn Down The Heat campaign in Williams Lake was a great success, says Williams Lake Business Improvement Area executive director Judy O’Neill. The 15 participating businesses in Williams Lake collected 555 sweaters, hoodies, and jackets, well above the provincial per store goal of 225 sweaters, O’Neill says. Sweaters, jackets, and hoodies collected in Williams Lake were donated to the Child Development Centre and Canadian Mental Health.  “We would have liked to provide a breakdown per store but boxes were overflowing fast with the clothes the stores were dropping off or we were running out and picking them up – our office little office is full ..,” O’Neill says. The clothing was collected during the first Turn Down the Heat

Week campaign Feb. 2 to 9 sponsored by FortisBC and the Business Improvement Areas of B.C. Williams Lake BIA was among 16 partipating Business Improvement Areas (BIAs) from Vancouver Island, Metro Vancouver, and the Interior that rallied customers, fellow businesses, and municipalities to turn down the thermostat and find creative ways to raise awareness about energy conservation. As part of the campaign the organizations encouraged British Columbians to turn down the heat and donate warm clothing to those in need. Provincially, more than 5,000 sweaters – double the goal of 2,500 – were collected by the participating businesses and FortisBC employees, reports Doug Stout, vice president of energy solutions and external relations with FortisBC. “BIABC and its mem-

bers should be commended for their great effort,” Stout said in his Feb. 18 report. “Equally, FortisBC employees stepped up across British Columbia to collect and donate sweaters, while asking customers to make small, but important, changes regarding energy use.” “We are overwhelmed by the positive response to Turn Down the Heat Week and are particularly appreciative of all of the businesses which turned down their thermostats and jumped in to collect this amazing number of sweaters,” said Ken Kelly, chair of BIABC and general manager of the Downtown Victoria Business Association. “Business improvement associations in our province are well-known for their engagement in their communities and this campaign has really been a great demonstration of this.”

WL High School Rodeo Club, Dinner and Auction, March 1st at Columneetza Cafeteria. Tickets available at Cariboo Custom Monogram. Rodeo to take play May 3, 4 & 5. WL Harvest Fair Crafty Crop is taking place Friday March 1 3 pm-11 pm and Saturday March 2 9 am - 11 pm at the Pioneer Complex. Bring your scrapbooking supplies and we are preparing the rest. Fabulous food, drinks and lots of fun! Tickets available at Margetts Meats and Creative Accents. Parade of Choirs - Sun. March 3 at 2 pm at the Cariboo Bethel Church, featuring Eclectica - 100 Mile House Cariboo Senior’s Choir, Quintet Plus, Willow and Cariboo Men’s Choir. This is a fund-raising event for the Hough Memorial Cancer Society. Admission by donation. Cariboo Potters Guild presents Wow,

Calendar What a Dish - Night of Decadence at the OV Convention Center, Fri. March 8, tickets at Station House. Love and Respect MARRIAGE RETREAT is coming to Evangelical Free Church 1100 Eleventh Ave N. Sat. Mar 9th - 9 am to 3 pm. Admission includes snacks and romantic lunch. For more info or to register call 250-392-2843. Meals on Wheels is looking for volunteer drivers to deliver meals 3 or 4 times each month. Please call Alice at 250-398-8846 for more information. Al-Alnon Family Group helps families and friends of problem drinkers. Visitors are welcome to attend an Al-Anon Family Group meetings by calling 250-392-6476 for or 1-888-4AL-ANON during business hours Eastern Time. MEETINGS Caribou Sheep Breeders AGM. New members welcome. Sat. March 2 at 12 noon. Miocene Community Hall. Pot luck lunch. Guest speaker on predators. The BC Government Retired Employees Association next general meeting/no host lunch will be held at the Williams Lake Seniors Activity Center on Monday, March 04 at 11:30 a.m. Contact Wendy Friesen at 250-398-7306 if you have any questions WL Garden Club Meeting Thursday, March 7th Fire Hall Arts Centre 7 pm. Planning A Vegetable Garden with Rob Borsato.Call Charlene at 250 392-2699. New Members Always Welcome. Society of St. Vincent de Paul, is open to all who wish to live their faith by loving and serving their neighbour. Vincentians attend meetings, pray with and for each other and serve in any way they can. Meetings are held on the last Monday of each month at 11:30 am in the basement of Sacred Heart Catholic Church. New members welcome.

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New seniors’ advocate office created TOM FLETCHER Black Press The B.C. government’s proposal to create a new seniors’ advocate office is being criticized as a pre-election gesture to create a position that won’t have the authority to hold government accountable on problems faced by seniors. Health Minister Margaret MacDiarmid tabled legislation this week to create the new position. Unlike the Auditor General and the Representative for

MLA Ralph Sultan to a new Minister of State for Seniors position last fall. “I have heard from seniors, their families and care providers throughout the province about the many non-medical issues that seniors face that make it difficult for them to remain in their homes,” Sultan said. A seniors’ advocate office will help improve government support systems for health care, personal care, housing, transportation and income support, Sultan said.

We won’t see it before the [May 14] election,” - Katrine Conroy Children and Youth, the office would not be independent, but would report to the health ministry. MacDiarmid said the new seniors’ advocate will monitor seniors’ services and work with policymakers, senior care providers and others to identify solutions

to “systemic issues” such as those faced by families navigating the province’s system of seniors’ care. Katrine Conroy, NDP critic for seniors, said it has been six years since the opposition first called for a new seniors’ watchdog. Conroy said she is

disappointed that the proposed office not only has no set budget, it is not intended to investigate individual cases. “We won’t see it before the [May 14] election,” Conroy predicted. Premier Christy Clark appointed West Vancouver-Capilano

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Where to go, what to do. Little Women on stage next week One of the most beloved stories of all time is coming to the Williams Lake Studio Theatre stage next week. Little Women, with a superb cast of actors and singers and directed by Becky Strickland and Liz Smith, is currently in rehearsal for opening night on Wednesday, Feb. 27. Josephine March is played by Stacey Poirier. Margaret March is portrayed by Kathleen MacDonald. Beth March is played by Sarah Hanet. Moriah Smith plays Amy March, Val Hanet plays Marmee, Liz Smith plays Aunt March, Mark Kroeker plays Laurie, Cody Slin is John Brooke, Don Fornwald plays Mr. Lawrence, Jay Goddard is Professor Bhear and Jenn Dryden plays Mrs. Kirk. Tickets are available at About Face Photography.

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Share stories Saturday at the museum In celebration of Heritage Week this Saturday, a number of speakers are coming together at the Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin for a moderated, conversational event called Heritage Circles. The event is sponsored by the City of Williams Lake Heritage Advisory Committee and the Cariboo Regional District’s Heritage Committee and takes place Feb. 23 from 1 to 5 p.m. at the museum. Attendants are encouraged to bring per-

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captivated by the music Nine-month-old Rose was completely captivated by the live music at the Success by 6 tent at the Family Festival held at Marie Sharpe Elementary School on Sunday. From the moment she heard the first guitar chord, she was absorbed in the music! LeRae Haynes photo

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Canada and B.C. support apple and cherry grower’s innovation Projects introducing new technology to the province’s tree fruit industry are receiving support from the governments of Canada and British Columbia, Member of Parliament for Kelowna-Lake Country, the Honourable Ron Cannan, on behalf of federal Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz, and B.C. Agriculture Minister Norm Letnick announced recently. “B.C. has a strong reputation around the world

for producing top-quality tree fruits, such as apples and cherries,” said Cannan. “These projects and leading-edge technologies will increase profitability and ensure that the region’s producers remain industry leaders on the domestic and international stage.” “The B.C. government has been working with industry to focus on innovation and technology as we look at ways to expand their product line and markets,” said Let-

Forum planned Fraser Basin Council will host an Embracing Our Diversity forum in Williams Lake, on Tuesday, March 12. The forum will address diversity, multiculturalism and anti-racism utilizing an arts-based process to record issues, dialogue and outcomes. This interactive event will explore community issues

and experiences around multiculturalism and inclusion. It is open to all, and free free of charge, although FBC does ask for pre-registration to help plan for numbers, catering etc. To pre-register contact Maureen LeBourdais 250-3921400 or by e-mail at mlebourdais@fraserbasin.bc.ca

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The Presenter for this FREE Workshop is Wayne Rodier. Our topic will be the Electoral Process in Canada. Tutors are often surprised and pleased at how much they enjoy the training and tutoring. If you are interested in attending this workshop and learning about becoming a tutor please call Janette 250-392-8161 or June 250-392-8130.

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TRU Splash of Colour gala set for March 2 Splash of Colour is the theme for this years Thompson Rivers University north scholarship fundraiser coming up in Williams Lake Saturday, March 2. The event takes place in the TRU auditorium. The evening will feature cocktails, dinner and dancing along with a live and silent auctions. “The appetizers this

year will be done by R2H Foodservice and New World Coffee and Tea House,” says Jacquie Johnston, TRU marketing and recruitment co-ordinator. “The deserts are coming from M&M meat shops and this years dinner service will be catered by Carmen’s at Ramada Hotel. Other than that she says they are keeping

the menu under wraps for now. Johnston says last year’s TRU Grit Gala raised $40,000 for entrance scholarships and awards for prospective students attending TRU in Williams Lake. “Five high school students have already received concurrent studies awards and have enrolled in first year university cours-

es,” Johnston says. “The students will receive dual credit towards high school and university.” Tickets for this year’s gala March 2 are $95 each and can be purchased at TRU or PMT Chartered Accountants. Other award and scholarship opportunities can be found on the TRU website at www. tru.ca/williamslake

Youth host music and art coffee house The Boys and Girls Club of Williams Lake and District is hosting Singing Out Loud: Music, Art and More by Local Youth for the Community next week. Musician and Boys and Girls Club employee, Carmen Mutschele is organizing the event that will be held at the Central Cariboo Arts Centre (old fire hall next to

city hall on Fourth Avenue) on Thursday, Feb. 28 from 7 to 10 p.m. Everyone is welcome and there is no fee to attend. This is a coffeehouse-style event and snacks and beverages will be provided at no cost. The event is intended to give youth an artistic outlet. So far youth have

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shown interest in performing spoken-word, music, and displaying their artwork, says operations co-ordinator Stefanie Hendrickson. Any youth in the community are invited to show their talents, please email Stefanie at operations@bgcwilliamslake.com if you would like to perform and/or display your artwork. The Boys and Girls

Club appreciates the Central Cariboo Arts and Culture Society for sponsoring this event, Hendrickson says. For more information call 250-392-5730 or visit our website ( w w w. b g c w i l l i a m slake.com) or our facebook page to view this event. www.facebook. com/BoysAndGirlsClubOfWilliamsLake

REALTOR TIPS Redecorating ideas on a small budget • Rearrange furniture and paint can dramatically change the look of a room. • By using colour tones, you can open up small spaces with light colours, and warm up a room with tones of red, orange or yellow. An access wall can create a great focal point; try a colour such as a rust red! Keep in mind, the darker the tones, the more coats of paint you will need. • Add new paint to coffee or end tables can freshen up a room, and try rearranging furniture in a curve rather than at right angles, this appears more inviting. Rearrange your wall art as well by creating unique groupings of different size frames, or for a sleek look create a row of identically sized and framed pieces of art. • If you are unsure of colour combinations, visit a paint store and check out the colour schemes on paint chips and catalogs professional designers have assembled.

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Friday, February 22, 2013 Williams Lake Weekend

NEWS Enjoying the bridal fair at the Elks Hall Sunday Taylor Davis (left) with Kai Pare and her sister Klay-Lynn Pare. Karlee Porter (left), with Shae Kunka and Karlee’s daughters Brooke and Addy Brown. Gaeil Farrar photos

22nd Annual Daybreak Rotary Club’s Giant Used

BOOK SALE

Feb. 15 - 23

Upper Level Boitanio Mall Donations gratefully appreciated

Collection Bins located at: Safeway • Save On Foods • Canadian Tire Boitanio Mall (Main Entrance) 150 Mile House Centre, call 250-392-4498 for pickup or drop off at Book Sale All proceeds will be used to support Daybreak Rotary and its Community Projects

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Bride-to-be Karlee Porter (left), with her bridesmaid, Shae Kunka, and Karlee’s daughters Brooke Brown, 20 months, and Addy Brown, six months. Karlee is set to wed Andrew Brown on Aug. 31.

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Friday, February 22, 2013 Williams Lake Weekend

News

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A long established wholesaler of fine Persian and Eastern imported handmade wool and silk carpets has been seized by creditors. Their assets are ordered to be sold by auction liquidations.

There was a full house and lots of colour on the runway at the fashion show during the Event Essentials Bridal Fair and Expo held at the Elks Hall last Sunday. Pictured left above is model Roxanne Mallette and above right, Abbi King, in some of the colourful dresses for the party or bridesmaids. Gaeil Farrar photos

An enormous selection of new, semi- antique and antique rugs in all colours and sizes from Iran

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Models Marissa LaLonde (left) and Kayla Wilde (right) show some of the unique stylings that can be achieved with the simplest party dress. Strapless continues to be popular.

New law office in Williams Lake staffed by Kevin Church, an experienced lawyer who practices in the areas of Civil Litigation, Personal Injury Law, Family Law & Divorce, and Employment Law.

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~ Pottery show and sale ~ Silent auction ~ Live music ~ Door prizes ~ Complimentary punch, appys & desserts ~Cash bar - BC wines/beer ticket includes a pottery serving plate handcrafted by a member of the Cariboo Potters Guild

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Williams Lake Weekend Friday, February 22, 2013

News 2 Family Fest a hit The 2013 Family Festival welcomed more than 400 people at Marie Sharpe Elementary School last Sunday. Sponsored by Success by 6 and organized by Cariboo Chilcotin Partners for Literacy, the free event included games, crafts, face painting, lunch, a book walk, stories, puppet shows, playing music, searching for treasures and a live performance by the Youth Fiddlers. Success by 6 provided the opportunity for kids to play musical instruments and sing along to lively tunes. Top, Abby Webb, 8, has her face painted by Tashina Matilpi. Left, Kasandra Kozak, 4, enjoyed ‘panning for gold’ with Susan Stump. LeRae Haynes photos

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Friday, February 22, 2013 Williams Lake Weekend

Take time for yourself... In order to effectively take care of others, you need to first take care of yourself. Zone 4 Tanning 100 Minutes - $29.99 1 Month Unlimited - $44.99 Drop Ins - 50¢/min. Best prices on tanning lotion in town. Must be at least 18 to tan.

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Importance of Self Care In today’s high stress, busy life style, we often forget to take care of some pretty important people: ourselves. We don’t live in a society that values self care. We worry that if we make ourselves a priority, we become selfish. We are taught from a young age to clean up after ourselves, do our chores and finish our homework. As adults, this evolves into cleaning the house, going to work, caring for our family, cooking, laundry and dishes. Who has time for more? Right? What if I told you that you would be better at your job, if you were more relaxed? That you would appreciate your kids more if you were more rested? That you would enjoy your spouse more if you felt more valued? That you wouldn’t care if the house were perfect if you felt more put together and in one piece? Would you still think that taking care of yourself is selfish? Self care can be as simple as making sure you take your vitamins and brush your teeth. Or as complicated as hiking in the mountains of Peru. Every individual has to find the things in this world that help them connect to themselves and remember the person they are, the hopes and dreams they aspire to and where they have come from. If you don’t know yourself, it’s hard for you to know what you need to make you feel happy and fulfilled. Not everyone has the ability to hike in Peru, but there are a lot of less expensive alternatives available closer to home.There is a reason that your local spas are always busy! They offer the jet lag free vacation! Or Staycation, if you prefer. For some people having a flawless appearance makes them feel wonderful, even more so that lying on the beach for a week would have. So for them a waxing

treatment, or a lash or brow tint is enough to make them feel like a million bucks. For others it takes a little more TLC. For them perhaps a pedicure. Starting by soaking their feet, allowing the troubles and stresses of the day to melt away.They can drift off in the soft lounge chair, while their feel are cared for. The foot massage might bring them back to earth, a little, and by the time they stand again they have new shiny toes in any color they choose. There is of course, a wide variety of spa escapes available to meet any budget and any level of relaxation need. From a 15 minute tidy up to a full day retreat, there is something to make everyone feel their best. At adorn & Beauty Naturally we help people learn the importance of loving and caring for themselves every day. We are a non-toxic spa, specializing in Canadian and organic products. We provide a range of services including waxing, pedicures, manicures, facials, body wraps plus many more. Our highly trained staff, Jo-anne, Sandy and Tanya, have over 30 years of experience between us. We are each trained and certified estheticians. We pride ourselves on the care of our clients. Each client gets our full attention. Our new Signature Escape Treatments were developed to help people escape from the stresses of everyday life, while also taking care of the health, of their body and skin. We wanted to go beyond the “average” facial, or the “average” massage. We want your experience to be extra-ordinary! We are happy to say that each experience can be classified as your own Staycation!!

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YOU are worth it!

When was the last time you pampered yourself? How to clean and rejuvenate naturally With the New Year already here, many of us stepped in 2013 with a lot of goals and resolutions. Often as the busyness of our lives sucks us back in reality we tend to put these new intentions aside with a hope to get back to them - soon. That might make us scratch our heads sometimes and a little guilt will creep up. Ahhh what’s the use. We try to cover the uneasiness we feel. But wait. In the comfort of your home, in your bathroom you can take 20 – 30 minutes to completely change, how you feel and how you look, the nicest thing about that is that you don’t require any exotic, hard to get ingredients or extra shopping in specialized stores. Most of what could be used is often found in the kitchen. Try them, they are not less effective and pleasant then those sophisticated, expensive mass produced creams, cleansers and masks. They are more often then not chemical soups appealing to the eye, nose and touch. Yes I am talking about natural cleansers, masks, body care, designed to relax you, and give you back to yourself. We can welcome spring with sun in our eyes, brightness in our smile, feeling and looking good. These very old remedies are little adjusted so it is easier to apply them today, then it was time ago. The first recipe requires cloth and jojoba or olive oil. Do yourself a facial which would cost you about .50 cents in your bathtub as oppose to 50.- or so dollars in beauty salon. You need hot water in your tub, 3 drops of essential oils of lavender, Ylang ylang or rosewood and the jojoba or olive oil. Slowly massage your face with the oil, then take the face cloth wet it in the water as hot as possible and place it on your face. . When it cools down, wet it again and place it on your face. Do it as long as you want. The skin opens up and releases impurities. The oil helps to rejuvenate, and moisturizes the skin. At the end use honey on your face. Very gently spread the honey all over the face and neck. Wash it off with warm water. This body rejuvenation moisturizing massage cleanse requires chamomile tea, mint tea and potato starch. Make one cup of tea of both herbs, if you

can find plantain herb in health food store, you can add 1tblspn. Plantain is fantastic for the skin. Let it steep for about 15 minutes, add ½tspn of potato starch and apply to the body including face. Gently massage the skin on hands, arms, chest, neck and face. Skin will be smooth, soft, and moist. It will not crack in cold. Potato mask is excellent for visible bags under eyes because of high potassium content. The potato is grinded mixed together with milk (preferably organic since regular milk has lot of chemicals) and whole wheat flour. Make a paste, apply on face and soak your body in the tub with lavender essential oil. Take your deserved 20 minutes. If the mask doesn’t please your nose, add 2 drops off essential oil of lavender, or rosewood. Strawberry mask nourishes and cleanses the oily skin. 2 strawberries, 1tblspn oats mixed (flour), add whipping cream(preferably organic without chemicals). Mix everything together, apply on the skin and relax for 15 – 20 minutes. Wash with warm water and simultaneously gently massage the skin in from the neck up. There are many different cleansing and rejuvenating masks using fruit and vegetables depending on type of the skin. Banana mask is for dry skin, when banana is mixed with almond, or olive oil. People used to add yolk in it. That is the option. For oily skin there is calendula, for sensitive, dry skin chamomile, for tired sagging skin linden blossoms. Make strong tea out of these herbs according to your skin type, let it cool down and them pour it to the ice tray and freeze it. Every day take one cube and wash your face with it after you used warm water to wash your face.. Gently around your eyes and go down to your neck. My experience taught me that little sage and horsetail are very beneficial addition to any of these skin washes. There is way more to what we can do for ourselves, and keep the environment clean as we use only natural ingredients. You can learn more about natural skin care in our workshops coming up in March.

Submitted by Vera at Old Country Cottage

100% Natural Body Care No chemicals, no preservatives. Only organic natural ingredients.

Body oils with essential oils: sore muscle ease body oil, joint help body oil, keep up oil, rescue oil Body herbal oils: caraway oil, burdock oil, chamomile & calendula baby oil Herbal rinse: herbal hair rinse, toner - for oily skin & for combination and dry skin Cream: sweet eye cream, whipped shea butter cream Relax sleep aid: lavender pillow made with real organic lavender blossoms Lessons and classes beginning in March on cleansing, toning, protecting your skin without harsh chemicals, using food and herbs locally available. Kneipp Hydrotherapy at Home

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Signature Treatments Our new signature treatments bring back the very essence of relaxation! We allow you to drift away from reality while we address the health of your skin & body.

Facial Escape $85 The ultimate in skin health. While we relax your entire upper body you can enjoy the feeling of caring for your face and mind. This also includes a back massage with essential oils. Monday to Friday 9 am to 5 pm • Saturday by appointment only

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- waxing - mani pedi - gel & acrylic nails temporary - massages glitter - paraffin body tattoos - cuts - colours Ear Piercing - perms

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MONDAY

4 StrongStart Early Learning 0 to 5 years - 9:00 am to 12:00 pm Marie Sharpe, Cataline and Alexis Creek School 0 to 5 years - 8:30 am to 11:30 am Mountview School Lil’ People’s Playgroup (formerly Caregivers Playgroup) 10:00 am to 11:30 am CCRR Boardroom

11 StrongStart Early Learning 0 to 5 years - 9:00 am to 12:00 pm Marie Sharpe, Cataline and Alexis Creek School 0 to 5 years - 8:30 am to 11:30 am Mountview School

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StrongStart Early Learning 0 to 5 years - 9:00 am to 12:00 pm Marie Sharpe & Cataline School 0 to 5 years - 8:30 am to 11:30 am Mountview & 150 Mile House School Toddler Story Time 0 to 6 years (Parent Participated) 10:30 am to 11:00 am Public Library

12 StrongStart Early Learning 0 to 5 years - 9:00 am to 12:00 pm Marie Sharpe & Cataline School 0 to 5 years - 8:30 am to 11:30 am Mountview & 150 Mile House School Toddler Story Time 0 to 6 years (Parent Participated) 10:30 am to 11:00 am Public Library

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Preschool Story Time (Parent needed for under 3) includes crafts 10:30 am to 11:15 am Public Library

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Preschool Story Time (Parent needed for under 3) includes crafts 10:30 am to 11:15 am Public Library

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Preschool Story Time (Parent needed for under 3) includes crafts 10:30 am to 11:15 am Public Library

StrongStart Early Learning 0 to 5 years - 9:00 am to 12:00 pm Marie Sharpe & Cataline School 0 to 5 years - 8:30 am to 11:30 am Mountview School

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Preschool Story Time (Parent needed for under 3) includes crafts 10:30 am to 11:15 am Public Library

StrongStart Early Learning 0 to 5 years - 9:00 am to 12:00 pm Marie Sharpe & Cataline School 0 to 5 years - 8:30 am to 11:30 am Mountview School

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StrongStart Early Learning 0 to 5 years - 9:00 am to 12:00 pm Marie Sharpe, Cataline and Wildwood School 0 to 5 years - 8:30 am to 11:30 am Mountview School

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StrongStart Early Learning 0 to 5 years - 9:00 am to 12:00 pm Marie Sharpe, Cataline and Horsefly School 0 to 5 years - 8:30 am to 11:30 am Mountview School

Infant Massage Classes and Pelvic Floor Training 10:00 am to 11:00 am Child Development Centre

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Rhyme & Story Time Chilcotin Rd 9:30 am to 10:15 am Nesika 11:00 am to 11:45 am

14 StrongStart Early Learning 0 to 5 years - 9:00 am to 12:00 pm Marie Sharpe, Cataline and Wildwood School 0 to 5 years - 8:30 am to 11:30 am Mountview School

13 StrongStart Early Learning 0 to 5 years - 9:00 am to 12:00 pm Marie Sharpe, Cataline and Horsefly School 0 to 5 years - 8:30 am to 11:30 am Mountview School

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Toddler Story Time 0 to 6 years (Parent Participated) 10:30 am to 11:00 am Public Library

Infant Massage Classes and Pelvic Floor Training 10:00 am to 11:00 am Child Development Centre

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NEWS YMCA name change to YMCA of Northern BC After fifty years serving Prince George with relevant programs and services that promote health and well-being, the YMCA of Northern BC will be taking steps to offer the same quality programs to communities as far south as 100 Mile House, north to the Yukon border and west to the Queen Charlotte Islands. The new name and expanded focus was approved by the board of directors in the summer of 2012 and has received full support from YMCA Canada. “Since 1964, we have served children and families in Prince George, and our Board felt it was time to share the YMCA message with

new audiences in northern BC,” says Peter Vogt, chairperson. “Our staff has been informally delivering programming in communities such as Fraser Lake, Williams Lake and New Aiyansh and we are seeing residents from surrounding towns such as Fort St. James travelling to Prince George to participate in programs.” The YMCA of Northern BC will be based in Prince George and regional programs will be offered as municipal partnerships are developed. Many YMCA programs such as licensed child care and Learn to Skate are mobile and future staff will receive training in YMCA-based curriculum.

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Deadline for submissions will be March 29, 2013 Grade 7 Nesika student Zantaya Horvat (right) said she enjoyed challenges and new experiences at the Yes2it program at TRU Wednesday, where approximately 80 Grade 7 kids from three different schools had the opportunity to get a taste of trades programs. They spent time with first year trades students, instructors and trades professionals in four departments: electrical, carpentry, welding and mechanics. Colin Bader, first year TRU mechanics student, showed students how to remove lug nuts, put them back on and tighten them to specs. LeRae Haynes photo

International Women’s Day dinner at TRU The Women’s Contact Society will celebrate International Women’s Day with a business fair, dinner and a concert. The event takes place Friday, March 8 at Thompson Rivers Univerity in Williams Lake. The business fair starts at 5 p.m., the dinner at 6:30 p.m., with a concert to follow. Seating is limited. Advance tickets are $25 and available at the Women’s Contact Society and TRU office

Local volunteers in Uruguay For a variety of reasons, sea turtles are doing poorly in all of the world’s oceans. In 2012 Williams Lake resident Roy Argue volunteered for two months in Uruguay with Karumbe, an organization consisting of passionate locals, fishermen, researchers and foreign volunteers attempting to take some of the pressure off local populations. Argue will share pictures and stories of his time in La Coronilla, Uruguay, 22 km south of the Brazilian border during a presentation at the Scout Island Nature House on March 6 starting at 7 p.m.

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NEWS Tier II Timberwolves, team manager, Quynn Passeri handles the tongs, turning the hot dogs as they cooked on the barbecue at rink-side. Lunch was served for the large group of young hockey players, their families and friends during a fun, outdoor practise session held at McNick’s Rink (in honour of Nicholas Paul) on the Esketemc First Nation reserve at Alkali Lake this past Sunday. Liz Twan photo

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Call for Tender The City of Williams Lake is requesting tenders for a janitorial service at the Williams Lake Airport. The essence of the service is to provide an effective, reliable and convenient cleaning service which conforms to the needs set-out in the tender documents. The tender application is available at the front desk of City Hall at 450 Mart Street, Williams Lake, BC between the hours of 8:30 am and 4:30 pm – Monday to Friday. Tenders must be returned to the undersigned no later than March 7, 2013 by 2:00 pm to be considered for the Janitorial Tender. Reg Ryan Manager of Transportation and Buildings City of Williams Lake 450 Mart Street Williams Lake, BC V2G 1N3 250-392-2311

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June 7, 1934 - Feb 13, 2013 It is with heavy hearts that we the family announce the passing of Alwin Grant Hennigar February 13, 2013. Grant was born June 7, 1934 in Hants County, Nova Scotia. Grant and his wife Christine moved to Lac La Hache in 1967 where they lived and raised their family. Grant is survived by his ex-wife Christine, his son Leslie and daughter Carol, step-children Patricia and Michael, eight grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. Grant will be sadly missed. A Celebration of Life service and burial will be held in Lac La Hache, BC at a later date. In lieu of flowers donations can be made in Grant’s name to the Parkinson’s Society.

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Antle It is with sadness that the family of Gordon William Antle announces his peaceful passing on February 19, 2013 in 100 Mile House Hospital at the age of 81 years. A celebration of Gordon’s life will be held in later spring 2013. By request cremation was held at Cariboo Crematorium in Williams Lake. Those wishing to honour Gordon’s life by way of donation may do so to the 100 Mile House and District Hospital Foundation. Compassionate Care Funerals entrusted with arrangements. 250-392-3336

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Boys and Girls Club of Williams Lake and District Do you have a passion for working with youth so they can experience new opportunities, overcome barriers, build positive relationships and develop confidence and life skills? Do you pride yourself on your ability to build strong relationships across a wide spectrum of stakeholders within your community? Do you have a proven track record of implementing creative and effective fundraising campaigns as well as strong financial management skills? Are you a strong team builder recognized for your success in effectively managing non-profits, ideally with organizations serving youth? If so, we would like to hear from you. For complete information and application instructions, visit www.bgcwilliamslake.com (Job Postings section).

Sales

Sales

VERNON 100 Mile House is expanding their sales force. Looking for individuals with sales experience & knowledge of electronics/cellular. Full time Salary/Commission w/potential wage to be $40,000 + - $50,000 Benefits. $45,000 - $75,000 BeneďŹ ts.+ Drop off resumes to #200 - 3107 Vernon Drop off resumes to48th 916AAve. Alpine Ave., or 100email: Mile House andre@andres1.com. No phone callscalls please. or email: Amanda.u@andres1.com. No phone please.

Help Wanted

Help Wanted

Denisiqi Services Society

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March 1

Melanie Funk

VOLUNTARY SERVICES SOCIAL WORKER

POSITION OVERVIEW: Under the direction of the Voluntary Services Supervisor the Voluntary Services Social Worker, who has received Voluntary Services delegation, will have the authority to provide ONLY the following services identified in part 2 of the Child, Family and Community Service Act: Support Services for families; Voluntary Care Agreements (e.g. temporary non-protective care); Special Needs Agreements; establishing Residential Resources; other job responsibilities include: community liaison and development with the Member Bands of Denisiqi; and obtaining delegated authority for each level of delegation Denisiqi obtains. QUALIFICATIONS: • Possess C-3 Voluntary Services Delegation and direct experience in child and family services OR • BSW OR BA Child and Youth Care AND/OR MSW OR Master degree in related human services field (I.E. Med Counselling/MA Clinical Psychology) plus delegation training; OR • Preference will be given to applicants who have their Child Welfare Specialization with a 4th year practicum in a child protection setting; OR • Bachelor of Arts degree or a degree in related human service field, plus 3 years of experience in child and family services delegation training; • Knowledge of Tsilhqot’in and Ulkatchot’en governance, culture and traditions OR a minimum of 2 years working experience in the field with Aboriginal people would be considered an asset; • Pursuant to Section 41 of the BC Human Rights Code, preference will be given to applicants of Aboriginal ancestry; • Maintain competence and integrity in their practice and adhere to the standards in the BRSW Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice; • Must possess and maintain a valid class 5 BC Driver’s License and have a clean driver’s abstract; and • Successfully pass a criminal record and criminal record review check. Working Conditions: May be required to work evening/weekends; exposure to regular travel in remote locations; and may be required to use own vehicle and be reimbursed for travel. Please Note: Applicants may be considered for other similar current and/or future vacancies, including temporary and/or permanent positions. An eligibility list may be established. Please submit your resume and cover letter attention: Dwayne Emerson, Executive Director Denisiqi Services Society 240B North Mackenzie Avenue, V2G 1N6 Fax: 250-392-6501 Email: elaine@denisiqi.org Closing Date: March 8th, 2013 Resumes submitted after 4:30 pm on the deadline date will not be considered. Only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

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Group Rates Available

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Committed to training excellence!

service design sales Highlands Irrigation Ltd. Williams Lake 250.392.2321 1.800.665.5909 www.thewaterpeople.com Irrigating BC and the Yukon since 1974

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Williams Lake

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Merchandise for Sale

Merchandise for Sale

Rentals

Rentals

Rentals

Auctions

Misc. Wanted

Apt/Condo for Rent

Halls/Auditoriums

Mobile Homes & Pads

Drive a little Save a lot Giant Auto Auction. Need a vehicle? Buy direct and save thousands on your next vehicle purchase, over 150 cars, trucks, suv’s, 4x4’s and vans. Selling on behalf of bankruptcies, repo’s, leasebacks and police recoveries. Don’t miss the huge savings. Sat, Feb 23rd @ 11:00 am. Call Auction World 250-765-5282 Kelowna, BC.

$100 & Under Dark Burgundy bed ensemble, queen size bedspread, pillow shams, curtains vallence & envelope pillow. Excellent cond. $75.00. Call (250)392-7430 Twin bed box spring, mattress, & metal bed frame $50. 1 (250)398-2093

Firearms WANTED: Old lever action Winchester rifles and carbines. Call (250)791-6369

Food Products Local Beef & Pork for sale, hormone & antibiotic free, chilancoh ranch (250)394-4404 www.chilancohranch.ca

Firewood/Fuel Dry, Fir, and Pine, $150 full cord, $180 full cord split. Covered by Work Safe BC Timber Mark #A90654. Please leave message # (250)267-7950 Firewood For Sale $220.per 320 cubic foot trailer load delivered (250)398-0641

Heavy Duty Machinery A-STEEL SHIPPING DRY STORAGE CONTAINERS Used 20’40’45’53 in stock. SPECIAL 44’ x 40’ Container Shop w/steel trusses $13,800! Sets up in one day! Also Damaged 40’ $1950 Call Toll Free Also JD 544 & 644 wheel loaders JD 892D LC Excavator Ph. 1-866-528-7108 Free Delivery BC and AB www.rtccontainer.com

Misc. for Sale

Drive a little Save a lot Giant Auto Auction. Need a vehicle? Buy direct and save thousands on your next vehicle purchase, over 150 cars, trucks, suv’s, 4x4’s and vans. Selling on behalf of bankruptcies, repo’s, leasebacks and police recoveries. Don’t miss the huge savings. Sat, Feb 23rd @ 11:00 am. Call Auction World 250-765-5282 Kelowna, BC. For sale 20 cubic ft. deep freezer, couch loveseat, coffee table, end tables, bed dble mattress, shop equipment & tools. Call (250)296-4110 HOT TUB (SPA) COVERS. Best price. Best quality. All shapes & colours available. 1-866-652-6837 www.thecoverguy.com/newspaper?

Local Coin Collector Buying Collections, Accumulations, Olympic Gold & Silver Coins + Coin Guy: 778-281-0030 WANTED: Old lever action Winchester rifles and carbines. Call (250)791-6369

Real Estate For Sale By Owner HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNERS Borland Valley, 150 Mile House, 4 bedrooms, 3 bath on 5 acres. Fully fenced, large gourmet kitchen. Large shop and 5 open bays. Too many upgrades to mention. Must see at: $525,000. To view please call: (250)296-3271 kijiji.com id #456757136

FOR RENT

THIS IS MORE LIKE IT!

1 - 2 bdrm apt F/S Dishwasher and A/C in most units. Quiet Good references only. Ask about our incentives. Call Frank 250-305-1155 pics at

Independent Living Suites One bedroom available. 55+, Quiet, Pet Friendly With a safe and secure environment. Appliances included. Laundry facilities. To view call Laurette at 250-305-3318.

Quiet cul de sac location

Completely Updated 1450sq ft mobile with additions, South Lakeside. Nicely lansdcaped,fully fenced, .65 acre lot with city services, 3 bdrm, 1 &1/2 baths, 12x18 covered deck, 24x26 wired, heated shop, 12x20 storage shed, green house & garden. A must see! Asking $199,000 Call (250)398-5661

Williams Lake Seniors Village 2 bdrm Suites avail immed in Adult only building. Heat & laundry incl.(250)302-9108 Clean, lakeview, 1bdr. apart. $475./mo. util. incl., n/s, quiet working person preferred, f/s, n/p. r/r (250)398-7361

Big Lake Community Hall

2 and 3 bdrm mobile homes f/s n/p Call (250)392-7617

Lakeshore setting, fully equipped kitchen, reasonable rates Weddings, Private Parties, etc.

McLeese Lake Estates MHP

250-243-0024 Misc for Rent

AVAILABLE FOR RENT

Bachelor suite in downtown area, fully furnished, laundry facilities 250-302-9108

Large single & double wide manufactured home sites available. Quiet country living, with low pad rent, year round RV sites available for month to month rental, full hookups. (Not a campground.) 1(877)304-4644

For any rental inquiries please call 250-302-9108 or 250-305-0446 email wlrental@shaw.ca

Garage Sales

Garage Sales

2 bdrm townhouse, available immediately, laundry hookup & parking included, near all levels of schools, references required 1 & 2 bdrm, rent negotiable excellent area & close to bus stop & shopping 2 bdrm apartment, available immediately 250-392-2997 2 bdrm apartment, senior preferable, heat & laundry included, adult only building

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Brad Huston • Small Appliance Recycling Depot • E-Waste Electronic Recycling Center

Homes for Rent 2 and 3 bdrm. houses. 2 full bathrooms, n/p F/S Please call (250)392-7617. 3bdrm 1300 sqft living space with large private yard and plenty of storage f/s w/d d/w n/s pets neg. $1,095/mo +util. avail. end of March. (250)2679686 3 bdrm house in town 2 baths, f/s, d/w w/d $1250 inc. util. n/s n/p Phone (250)398-8880 Brand new 1100sqft, 2bdrm rancher, in town, all new appl. avail immed $1250 incl util (250)303-4778 COZY, comfortable, clean & quiet. Freshly updated 1 bedroom cottage. Washer/dryer incl. Ref req’d, no pets or smoking. $615/mth, lease preferred. 778-464-4633 ebarker@insight-group.ca In Likely Modern year round 1bdr. cottage, furnished, rent incl. util. + satellite, avail. imd. $600/mo. (250)790-2226

2 bdrm apartment, downtown area, recently renovated, new paint and floors 778-412-1951

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250-982-2611 Daily service to Quesnel Wednesday & Friday to Bella Coola In-Town Deliveries

RETIRE IN Beautiful Southern BC, Brand New Park. Affordable Housing. COPPER RIDGE. Manufactured Home Park, New Home Sales. Keremeos, BC. Spec home on site to view. Please call 250-4627055. www.copperridge.ca

Rentals

Fax 250-392-5440 • www.beelinecourier.ca

Lube Shop & Car Wash Open 7 Days A Week 5V^6ɈLYPUN Auto +LtHPSPUN 10 MINUTE® OIL CHANGE

Please call to book your detail.

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1268 S. Broadway Ave.

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Kamloops (55+) 2bdr. suite $1700/mo., river view, spacious, wheelchair friendly, many extras. Email catherine_steele@hotmail.com 1(604)408-1023 Vancouver 1(250)377-3686 Kamloops

Mobile Audio Service

Apartment Furnished

Industrial Audiometric Technician Industrial / Commercial / Logging / Construction

CLEAN, furnished room in 150 Mile. Full bathroom, bed, fridge, microwave dresser and TV. $375 to $450/month. Call 250-398-0055.

Apt/Condo for Rent

Williams Lake

405 Mackenzie Avenue South, Williams Lake

Riverbend Seniors Community

Mobile Homes & Parks

Bella Coola

250-392-7567

BOITANIO PLACE APARTMENTS 1 & 2 bedroom suites. Most desirable apartments for seniors. Clean and quiet. Next to Boitanio Park behind Boitanio Mall. Suite comes with heat, hot water, elevator, patio or balcony, fridge, stove and dishwasher. Laundry facility on site, no pets.

Dwight Satchell Box 4105, Williams Lake, BC V2G 2V2

Garage sale Sat Feb 23 & Sun Feb 24 9am-4pm. 288 N. 2nd Ave.

We’re on the net at www.bcclassified.com

REAL ESTATE

250-392-2922 • 1-866-327-8678 Fax: 250-392-2947

CARIBOO AESTHETIC

LASER CLINIC

Start Getting Ready for Summer Now! • Say goodbye to unwanted hair growth • Both men & women can achieve permanent hair removal

Special Buy one treatment, get one Free! (min. two treatments purchased)

Dr. J.D. Neufeld • 250-392-7227 • 402 Borland St

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cariboolaserclinic@gmail.com

2bdrm apt, 1144 N. MacKenzie Ave, n/s n/p $600/mo. plus utilities. (250)303-2233 2 Bdrm Apt downtown core, c/w fridge, stove, washer &dryer. $800/mnth ult. extra. Kim or Dale (250)392-7106 2 bdrm apts. avail. immed, secure building, close to schools, clean & quiet.r/r(250)392-2997 2 bdrm apts. avail. immed, secure building, close to schools, clean & quiet.r/r(250)302-9934 2bdrm condo, 800 N. 2nd Ave., ground level, w/d, f/s, n/s, n/p Avail March 1st $700./mo. (250)296-4497

Retail Spaces for lease at 150 Mile Center Mall, 530 sq.ft each (250)296-4515

Auctions

Auctions

Commercial/ Industrial

SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD $ SOLD 00 SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD +HST SOLD SOLD

BULL SALE MARCH 2/13 1:00 pm

Serving the Cariboo since 1981

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Duplex / 4 Plex 3bdrm 2bath suite, $900/mo, one bdrm bsmt suite $700/mo or $1500/both in adult complex. n/s n/p r/r (250)296-3359

FOR ALL YOUR AUTO REPAIRS

• 1x2 Bordered Ad in the classi¿eds. • With or without a photo. • 3 times a week for 4 weeks.

Government Inspections Shuttle Service

STAN POGUE

Licensed Technician

Tuesday to Friday 7:30 am to 5:00 pm Saturday 7:30 am to 4:00 pm

A.R.S. Enterprises Ltd 1075 N. Mackenzie Ave.

Phone 250-392-3522 • Fax 250-392-3548

Welcome Michelle!

(NO AGENTS)

B.C. Livestock, Williams Lake

35 Black Angus - 2 years old 2 Black Angus - 3 year old 18 Yearlings - 50-75 Replacement Heifers

Call Jason Kelly - Prime Time Cattle

250-944-1144 for details

188 North 1st Ave. 250-392-2331 Fax 250-392-7253 classifieds@wltribune.com

Evening appointments available!

Michelle (Ball) LaPlace Master Colorist & Texture Specialist 20 years experience Former Educator for ISO, L’Oréal Professional and Surrey College

Open Monday - Saturday

Country Cottage Hairstyling 250-398-STYL • 250-398-7895 • 250 Barnard St.


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February 22, 2013 Williams Lake Friday, Friday, February 22, 2013 The Willams LakeWeekend Tribune

Rentals

Transportation

Homes for Rent

Auto Accessories/Parts

WESTRIDGE house for rent. 5 bedrooms. N/S. No cats, small dogs only. $1500/month. Call 250-392-3899.

Seasonal Acommodation $449 CABO San Lucas, all inclusive Special! Stay 6 Days in a Luxury Beachfront Resort with Meals & Drinks! For $449! www.luxurycabo hotel.com 1-888-481-9660.

Senior Assisted Living THE Silver Horn Lodge in Big Lake offers affordable, supportive seniors accommodation in a home-like setting. Lakefront living at its best for active, independent people Hot Tub, Sauna, private dock for boating fishing swimming Rooms and Apartments available. For questions or more info please contact us Heike and Bernd Most Phone (1) 250 243-2032

Shared Accommodation Roommate needed to share small 3bdrm house. $450/mo incl util. $150 S/D (778)4120040 after 6:30pm weekdays, anytime on weekends.

F 450 superduty motor 7.3 litre diesel 9turbo new 1000 km only $3500 (250)989-4207

Cars - Domestic

Recreational/Sale

SELF STORAGE 6x8, 6x15, 10x10, 10x20

RV Storage Call for details

250-392-3261 24 Hour Access

vantage

Roof Air Conditioner Remote Electric Jacks Fantastic Fan Heater & Enclosed Tanks Thermal Pane Windows 6 Cubic Ft Fridge Generator Pre-Plumb/ Pre-Wire

PICK OF THE WEEK 2480A

Mike Weber

was $23,900

3057 Highway 97, 150 Mile House | 250 296 4411 | www.chemorv.ca mike@chemorv.ca | jeff@chemorv.ca DL#6146

Jeff McClusky

Sell your vehicle in the Tribune Classifieds Sweet Deal! Like New

3 times a week for 1 month

4495

$ 2000 Suzuki Swift 4 cyl. auto 2 door,hatch, stereo, 4 new winter tires, looks and runs good, gas mixer, commuter car. $2,200 (250)303-0941

Cars - Sports & Imports

plus HST

4 wheel drive, low kms. Great Price Call 555-555-1515

Just bring in or e-mail your picture

1 column x 2” ad

Private party ads only (non-commercial) under cars, trucks, SUVs or vans.

after 4 p.m.

SELF STORAGE

250-392-4777 or 250-305-5251

www.advantagestorageltd.com mike@pioneerfamilyland.com

1-bdrm. bsmt suite new paint, f/s, n/p, n/s, working person preferred, near bus route, near school. $500/mo. incl. util. Avail Mar 1 (250)398-6910 1BDRM. n/p n/s close to schools & TRU, Avail. Mar 1 $525/mo inc util working person prefered (250)392-5352 1bdr. suite $550/mo. 1 person $650/mo. 2 persons heat & light included n/s, n/p, r/r. (250) 305-6045. 2bdrm bsmt suite recently renovated, very clean & spacious, all appl incl Looking for quiet mature professional. n/s n/p r/r $750/month utilities included (250)398-9141 2 bdrm ground level, close to school and bus stop,working people,r/r,ult. includ. n/p (250)305-1213 2bdrm suite for clean, quiet, responsible person, no parties, downtown, n/s n/p r/r $750.00 per month plus utilities (250)392-4314 Fully furnished lakeside walkout 1-bdrm. basement suite, n/s, n/p, south facing, near Scout Island, includes utilities, satellite tv, & wireless internet avail. Mar. 1st. $800/mo. (250)392-7395. Furnished 1 bdrm or bachelor suite, clean & in a secure bldg Avail immed or mid month. (250)302-9108 Large 2bdrm suite, 5 app. nice yard w/covered deck, newer house in Westridge area $900/mnth (250)3980122. Avail immed.

Suites, Upper Bright clean 3bdrm upper floor near downtown. New w/d, gas range. Avail March 1st r/r n/s n/p $1100/mnth utilities incl (250)392-9580 Semi-furnished one bedroom and den in quiet home, suit single professional, n/s, n/p, r/r. (250)267-5759.

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Williams Lake Seniors Village 1455 Western Avenue Williams Lake, BC V2G 5N1

Call for a tour today! D. 250.305.3318 C. 250.303.1400 lvike@retirementconcepts.com www.retirementconcepts.com

Laurette Vike Marketing Coordinator

Own Your Own Business with minimum down payment. Step in and take over. Employees in place. Full training help available. Financing available. Price negotiable. Dairy delivery route in Williams Lake and 100 Mile 4 days a week. Call Linda at 250-398-0713. Certified General Accountant #202-525 Borland St Williams Lake, BC V2G 1R9

“Your Key Ingredient for... ...Business Health & Success”

Helping business owners manage cash flow, enhance value, and minimize tax.

Pioneer Complex, 351 Hodgson Rd

Suites, Lower

Here’s my Card!

250-392-2331

$21,900

2010 Lance 855 (Short Box) Camper

Storage

Chaparell

Recreational/Sale

‘S

Drive a little Save a lot Giant Auto Auction. Need a vehicle? Buy direct and save thousands on your next vehicle purchase, over 150 cars, trucks, suv’s, 4x4’s and vans. Selling on behalf of bankruptcies, repo’s, leasebacks and police recoveries. Don’t miss the huge savings. Sat, Feb 23rd @ 11:00 am. Call Auction World 250-765-5282 Kelowna, BC.

Recreational/Sale

classifieds@wltribune.com 1987 Tercel Runs well, 2nd owner. 200,000 + kms. $1200 OBO. Call/leave message for Vic (250)267-9565

Snowmobiles 2010 Polaris Dragon 800 for sale. SLP head and twin pipe, aftermarket handle bars, gas can rack and tunnel bag. Great condition. Asking $6,500 OBO. Call Travis @ 250-3924326 2012 Pro RMK 800, under 400 miles. Mint condition, with extras. Must see! Asking $9500. Call (250)392-0338

188 N. 1st Ave. Williams Lake

250-392-2331

Visit our web site at www.digco.ca Call us today at 250-398-2239

Do you have a NON-performing asset? Want to change your cash flow?

OMG! It’s your BFF! And FYI: he’s such a QT!

Our team has a 10 year track record & several thousand customers that have come from the company.

YOU TOO CAN ENJOY SUCCESS!!

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Trucks & Vans

No Job Too Big or Small

Drive a little Save a lot Giant Auto Auction. Need a vehicle? Buy direct and save thousands on your next vehicle purchase, over 150 cars, trucks, suv’s, 4x4’s and vans. Selling on behalf of bankruptcies, repo’s, leasebacks and police recoveries. Don’t miss the huge savings. Sat, Feb 23rd @ 11:00 am. Call Auction World 250-765-5282 Kelowna, BC. 2003 Ford 350 King Ranch Diesel, short box, desert red, incl. 2004 Trails West stock combo horse trailer, 16’ tack room, $12,500. (250)296-4429

Landclearing • Fencing • Snow Removal Site and Road Developing • Ditching Firewood • Landscaping • Driveways

FREE ESTIMATES

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Our business is your business...

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250-392-2331 Did you know we have TualiÂżed installers who install our cabinets and countertops? Allcraft Kitchens has been installing cabinets in homes in and around Williams Lake for over 34 years. They are Tuick and efÂżcient and will get you back in your kitchen sooner.

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Serving Williams Lake and area for over 34 years. Committed to Excellence.

www.allcraftkitchens.com • allcraftkitchens@telus.net 250-392-4039 • 910A S. Mackenzie Ave. • Fax: 250-392-4208

INCOME TAX RETURNS Monday to Friday 8 am to 6 pm Saturday 9 am to 5 pm

No Appointments Necessary Walk-Ins Welcome

Certified e-file agent OPEN Fast drop-off service YEAR ROUND Mobile tax service Free basic high school tax returns Audit assistance included DEBBIE SELAND Farm, rental, business & corporate returns 30 years experience

Phone 250-392-6502 • Fax 250-392-6562 • Email qtaxwl@shaw.ca 118E N. 1st Avenue, Williams Lake

Not-For-Profit Thrift Store Come in and support The Great Room All proceeds to local groups

‘local people supporting local needs’ 160 Oliver Street (beside Woodland Jewellers) 250-392-7787

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GARBAGE COLLECTION For Out Of Town Areas

Give Us A Call - No Bag Limit

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ONLY

9,767

Stock#12C023 Selling price $25,176, $3000 Cash Down, 4.75% variable interest rate, COB $4,626.54, 84 Month term, $169.95 Bi weekly pmts, Total financed $26,233.38 OAC. Stock#12C026 Selling price $19,290, $3000 Cash Down, 4.75% variable interest rate, COB $3,463.84, 84 Month term, $126.95 Bi weekly pmts, Total financed $19,641.06 OAC. Stock#13T076 Selling price $32,100, $3000 Cash Down, 2.99% interest rate, COB $3,700.30, 84 Month term, $207.08 Bi weekly pmts, Total financed $33,988.26 OAC. Stock#12T110A Selling price $6,757, $0 Cash Down, 6.97% interest rate, COB $1,191.74, 48 Month term, $88.49 Bi weekly pmts, Total financed $8,011.30 OAC. Stock#12T044A Selling price $14,667, $3000 Cash Down, 6.97% interest rate, COB $3,143.13, 72 Month term, $109.11 Bi weekly pmts, Total financed $13,877.67 OAC. Stock#12T105A Selling price $16,967, $3000 Cash Down, 4.75% variable interest rate, COB $2,927.16, 84 Month term, $106.74 Bi weekly pmts,Total financed $16,499.82 OAC. Stock#13T058 Selling price $36,705, $3000 Cash Down, .99% interest rate, COB $1,386.95, 84 Month term, $222.51 Bi weekly pmts, Total financed $39,110.38 OAC Stock#13T026 Selling price $39,735, .$3000 Cash Down, .99% interest rate, COB $1,499.08, 84 Month term, $241.97 Bi weekly pmts, Total financed $42,539.46 OAC.

DL#5683

IN OUR SHOWROOM 10am-2pm Sunday February 24

$

**

See dealer for complete details

BI-WEEKLY

$

10674*

$

ONLY

16,967


Williams Lake Weekend Friday, February 22, 2013

www.wltribune.com A31

BOITANIO MALL ONLY!

STORE CLOSING!

OFF 60 80 %

R E P U S ! S G N I SAV 60

LOWEST TICKETED PRICE

THOUSANDS OF ITEMS! 60

%

%

OFF LOWEST TICKETED PRICE

ALL

CLOTHING, WINTER BOOTS, INTIMATE APPAREL, BOXED BRAS, HANDBAGS

60

OFF LOWEST TICKETED PRICE

ALL

OFF LOWEST TICKETED PRICE

FIREPLACES, CANDLES, READING GLASSES, SUNGLASSES, HAIR COLORING

60

60

%

%

OFF LOWEST TICKETED PRICE

ALL

OFF LOWEST TICKETED PRICE

ALL

OLYMPIC APPAREL, FURNITURE, RUGS, CAMPING & FISHING, RAINWEAR, UMBRELLAS, COOKWARE, STATIONERY, BIKE ACCESSORIES, PERSONAL PHYSICAL FITNESS SCHOOL & OFFICE SUPPLIES SNOW REMOVAL

70

%

%

ALL

*LIMITED EXCEPTIONS APPLY.

*

OFF LOWEST TICKETED PRICE

ALL

JEWELLERY

STERLING SILVER, DIAMONDS, GEMSTONES, PEARLS, TREND JEWELLERY

70

80

%

%

OFF LOWEST TICKETED PRICE

ALL

JEWELLERY BOXES, WATCH ACCESSORIES, SLIPPERS, LUGGAGE, TRAVEL ACCESSORIES

OFF LOWEST TICKETED PRICE

ALL

GREETING CARDS, WRAPPING PAPER VACUUM BAGS & ACCESSORIES

EVERYTHING MUST GO! 50% OFF SELECT DISPLAY FIXTURES! THIS LOCATION ONLY!

DISCOUNT OFF TICKETED PRICE SEE FIXTURE MANAGER

BOITANIO MALL

850 OLIVER STREET, WILLIAMS LAKE

OPEN REGULAR HOURS EVERY DAY! WE ACCEPT Hbc, VISA, MASTERCARD, CASH, DEBIT CARDS • NO CHEQUES • ALL SALES FINAL • NO EXCHANGES • NO RETURNS • NO ADJUSTMENT TO PRIOR PURCHASES SELECTION MAY VARY • *DISCOUNTS DO NOT APPLY TO TOBACCO PRODUCTS, MAGAZINES, HAIR SALON, LOTTERY, GIFT CARDS, PHONE CARDS, BUS PASSES. ADDITIONAL DISCOUNT EXCEPTIONS MAY APPLY.


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Friday, February 22, 2013 Williams Lake Weekend

HIGHEST VOLUME IN THE CARIBOO = BEST PRICES New 2012 Ram 3500 Crew Cab 4x4

New 2012 Ram 2500 Reg Cab 4x4

Cummins Turbo Diesel

Cummins Turbo Diesel

6 Speed Transmission • SXT Package • Trailer Tow

6 Speed Transmission • SXT Package • U-Connect Package

ONLY 1 LEFT!

ONLY 1 LEFT!

13405

13425

41,488 286 0 DOWN taxes in

$

$

ONLY

bwkly

New 2013 Ram 1500 Q/C 4x4 Power Windows & Locks • Air • Auto

13516

MSRP $39,440

ONLY

ONLY

New 2013 Dodge Journey

New 2013 Chrysler 200

Canada Value Packge

139 19,998 OR 0 DOWN taxes in

$

$

13615

MSRP $29,690

109 15,498 OR DOWN 0 taxes in

16,988 OR 119 0 DOWN taxes in

bwkly

V6 • Auto • 7 Passenger • Air

13557

13511

$

45,790

New 2013 Dodge Avenger

2.4L 4 Cyl • Auto • Air

13514

ONLY

$

ONLY

2013 Dodge Grand Caravan

CALL KARI FOR 26,998 PRE-APPROVAL $ 19,998 Every $ 181 bwkly application $140 bwkly DOWN 0 0 DOWN taxes in taxes in accepted

$

MOTOR TREND TRUCK OF THE YEAR

CANADA’S MOST $315 bwkly DOWN DURABLE & LONG-LASTING 0 taxes in DIESEL PICKUP

$

ONLY

$

bwkly

$

ONLY

bwkly

2012 CLEARANCE 4X4 UTILITY VEHICLES 2012 Jeep Compass North

2012 Jeep Patriot North

4x4 • Auto • Loaded • North Group

146

$

bwkly

0 taxes in

DOWN

MSRP $28

,365

Leather • AWD • Loaded

4x4 • Auto • Loaded • North Group

ONLY

21,788

$ 13141

2012 Dodge Journey R/T

21,788

$ 13192

146

$

bwkly

0 taxes in

DOWN

ONLY

MSRP $29

,465

13046

193

$

ONLY

28,992

$ bwkly

0 taxes in

DOWN

MSRP $35

,995

250-392-2305 122 N. Broadway , Williams Lake www.gustafsonsdodge.com DL#7549 All prices net of all manufacturer’s rebates plus taxes, fees and $399 doc fee. All payments based on 96 months, 5.99% rate, bi-weekly, includes $399 admin fee and taxes, no money down. #13516 - Total paid $37,475. #13046 - Total paid $40,183. #13192 - Total paid $30,398. #13141 - Total paid $30,398. #13615 - Total paid $28,924. #13425 - Total paid $65,373. #13405 - Total paid $59,331. #13511 - Total paid $24,777.#13557 - Total paid $22,677. #13514 - Total paid $29,020.


Williams Lake Tribune, February 22, 2013