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Police nab charity scammer Arrest: Kelowna man also linked to reports of fraud in Salmon Arm.

By Tracy Hughes OBSeRVeR STAFF

A 22-year-old Kelowna man has been charged with multiple counts of fraud, theft, impersonation and using false pretenses after he was arrested in connection with a credit card skimming operation that took place in Kelowna, and may be linked to similar cases in Salmon Arm. On March 16 at 1:30 p.m., the Kelowna RcMP responded to a complaint of a possible fraud. A man wearing an Id card and stating that he was collecting donations on behalf of the Ronald Mcdonald House charity had apparently just taken money from a resident with the use of a portable debit device. The resident immediately phoned Ronald Mcdonald House and was advised that this was an ongoing scam. She provided police with a description and the suspect was taken into custody a short distance away. This story is strikingly similar to the reports from Salmon Arm. The man was identified as James Alexander Graham, who is known to police and remains in custody to appear in court on Tuesday, March 19. neighbourhood inquiries indicated that Graham had canvassed the area and there were further victims. Subsequent investigation also revealed that this may be the tip of the iceberg, with more than 47 victims in just a few days in both Kelowna and Salmon Arm. On the weekend of March 2 and 3, a number of residents in the lakeview Meadows subdivision were targeted. The scam continued into the next week at various locations in the city, with local RcMP issuing a public warning about the charity credit skimming scam. Graham has been charged with four counts each of fraud under $5,000, theft under $5,000, impersonation and using false pretences. More charges may be recommended pending further investigation. RcMP are advising people that may have been a victim of this scam to call the Salmon Arm detachment, and report any compromised credit cards to your financial institution.

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Ryan Schmitt practises his fencing footwork with an épée as fellow fencing student Aiken Webster trains in the background. The pair travel down the valley to Vernon and Armstrong to participate in the sport, which dates back to the 18th century. For more on their exploits, see the story on A21.

City to add stop signs

Marine Park crossing: Safety concerns prompt intersection changes.

By Lachlan Labere OBSeRVeR STAFF

A new three-way intersection will be established at the Marine Park drive railway crossing in response to safety concerns raised by Transport canada. city council approved the intersection as recommended in a report by engineering and public works director Rob niewenhuizen. This will result in the placement of three new stop signs where Marine Park drive connects to lakeshore – one leaving Marine Park, another to the north-east side of Marine Park drive for

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traffic coming into town, and the third directly across from Marine Park drive for traffic heading northeast up lakeshore. The three-way stop is one of four recommendations from a traffic impact analysis conducted by the city in response to a May 3, 2012 Rob letter of notice from TransNiewenhuizen port canada railway safety Public works inspector dennis Maskell. In the letter, Maskell raises a number of safety concerns witnessed

during a March 22, 2012 inspection of the intersection, including an “ever-present possibility of a vehicle being hit by one or more trains while trying to engage this T-intersection without the right of way,” adding there is “virtually no road storage capacity after the railway tracks for vehicles trying to access lakeshore drive.” niewenhuizen said the See Drivers on page A2

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Continued from front only requirement of Transport Canada was to make the crossing safer, but this was a challenge nonetheless. He reiterated Maskell’s concern, stating the biggest issue is the limited distance between the tracks and the stop bar on Lakeshore and Marine Park Drive. “The reason why this will work is because on a three-way stop, there’s time,” said Niewenhuizen. “When people stop, there’s enough time to clear the intersection, and because Lakeshore is now being stopped, Marine Park will have the same amount of time to clear as the other vehicles being stopped. “So if there is a trailer parked across the tracks, they will have enough time to clear out before the arms will activate from the rail crossing.” Niewenhuizen said

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Included in the recommended improvements are a speed reader sign and pedestrian signage. Niewenhuizen said the existing crosswalks will stay where they are for the time being. The installation of the new stop signs is scheduled to take place at the end of May.

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School district plans for cuts By Tracy Hughes OBSERVER STAFF

School district #83 trustees will be sharpening their pencils in preparation for the upcoming budget deliberations —  as they will need to find ways to cover the projected $1.8 million shortfall. Secretary-Treasurer Sterling Olson reiterated the bad news at the March 12 budget meeting, noting the provincial budget outlined no new funds for education. This is coupled with the fact that this school district continues to face significant declining enrolment, which is expected to drop by another 240 students in the 2013-2014 school year. The school district is funded on a formula, based primarily, on the number of students attending. This means trustees will need to make reductions, potentially involving student services, as the lions’ share of the school district’s operating budget is allocated to salaries and benefits.

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The potential sale of eight properties considered surplus to school district needs is not a solution to the budget issue, as the revenue from such a sale can not be used to fund operating expenses. Should the properties be approved for sale by the ministry, and eventually sold, the revenue generated would be earmarked for capital expenditures only. As part of the budget process the board is asking the public to comment or make suggestions through their website at www. sd83.bc.ca, at the “comments to trustees” link. Chris Coers, board vice chair, noted the school district budget is complex and it may not be easy for parents or the public to come up with ideas for saving money, however the board is looking for input on what is important about the local school system. “Then we know what people want us to protect,” she said. The District Parent Advisory

Council (DPAC) is also encouraging parents to submit their ideas and opinions and has sent a letter to parents. “What would you like protected in our children’s education? What aspects are really working in the funding, what are lacking?” says Jennifer Cook, president of the DPAC. Cook’s letter points to a few areas of potential reductions, including a restructuring of the district’s education outreach and adult learning, which is funded at a deficit of more than $250,000. Declining enrolment also means the district will need approximately 10 fewer teachers, which would also reduce the budget. “…However, even with these reductions, the board needs to look at other cost saving measures, not only for 2013-2014, but into the next couple of years as well,” Cook writes. Public feedback on the budget will be accepted until April 12.

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by given that the Council of the City of Salmon Arm will hold a Public Hearing in the Council e City Hall, 500 - 2 Avenue NE, Salmon Arm, BC, on Monday, March 25, 2013, at 7:00 p.m. CITY OF SALMON ARM - NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Amendment to Official Community Notice is hereby given that the Council of the City of Salmon Arm will hold a Public Hearing in the Council Chamber of the City Hall, 500 - 2 Avenue NE, Salmon Arm, BC, w No. 4000:March 25, 2013, at 7:00 p.m. on Monday,

1. Lot Proposed Amendment Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 4000: gnate 5, Block 1, toSection 14, Township 20, Redesignate Lot 5, Block 1, Section 14, Township 20, Range 10, W6M, KDYD, 10, W6M, KDYD, PlanDensity 3611 from toHR Plan 3611 from HR (High Residential) CC (City Centre). Density Residential) to CC (City Centre). 2.

Proposed Amendment to Zoning Bylaw No 2303: Rezone Lot 5, Block 1, Section 14, Township 20, Range 10, W6M, KDYD, Plan 3611 from R-1 (Single Family Residential) to C-2 (Town Centre Commercial).

Amendment to570 Zoning Bylaw Civic Address: Okanagan Avenue SE No 2303:

Location: South side of Okanagan Avenue SE, two Parcels west of 6 Street SE Present Use: Vacant Single Family Dwelling with lower Floor dwelling unit e Lot 5,Proposed BlockUse: 1, Commercial Sectionmain 14,floor, Township 20, Owners / Applicant: K. & M. Ratzlaff 10, W6M, KDYD, Plan 3611 from R-1 Reference: OCP4000-7/ Bylaw No. 3952 and ZON.980/Bylaw No. 3953

Family Residential) to C-2 The files for the proposed bylaws are available for inspection between the Centre hours ofCommercial). 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding holidays

from March 12 to March 25, 2013, both inclusive, in the office of the Corporate Officer at the City of Salmon Arm, 500 - 2 Avenue NE. THOSE WHO DEEM THEIR ress:INTEREST 570 Okanagan SE ARE URGED TO REVIEW THE AFFECTED BY THE Avenue PROPOSED BYLAWS FILES AVAILABLE IN DEVELOPMENT SERVICES DEPARTMENT (OR TELEPHONE South side of Okanagan Avenue SE, two 803-4000) TO OBTAIN THE FACTS OF THE PROPOSALS PRIOR TO THE PUBLIC HEARING.west of 6 Street SE Parcels

Corey Paiement, Corporate Officer se: Vacant Single Family Dwelling Use: Commercial main floor, with lower Floor dwelling unit Applicant: K. & M. Ratzlaff OCP4000-7/ Bylaw No. 3952 CITY OF SALMON ARM COURT OF REVISION - FRONTAGE TAXES; TRANSPORTATION PARCEL and ZON.980/Bylaw No. 3953 TAXES; 73RD AVENUE WATER MAIN EXTENSION PARCEL TAXES

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This office will closed March he andbe4:00 p.m., 29 and April 1 gh Friday, excluding holidays from March 12 to March 25, 2013, both inclusive, in the office the inclusive of (Friday & Monday) to a) there is an of error Salmon or omission respecting on the parcelNE. tax roll; THOSE WHO DEEM THEIR INTEREST icer at the City Arm,a name 500or-address 2 Avenue observe Easter. b) there is an error or omission respecting the inclusion of a parcel; City Hall will IN BY THE c) PROPOSED BYLAWS ARE URGED TO REVIEW THE FILES AVAILABLE there is an error or omission respecting the taxable frontage of a parcel; reopen Tuesday, NT SERVICES DEPARTMENT (OR TELEPHONE 803-4000) TO OBTAIN THE FACTS THE AprilOF 2, 2013. in connection with City of Salmon Arm Bylaws as follows: TAKE NOTICE THAT: proposed bylaws are the available for 2013, inspection theofhours of 8:30 a.m. A Court of Revision will sit on Monday, 25th day of March, at 7:00 p.m. inbetween the Council Chamber the City of Salmon Arm, 500 -2 Avenue NE., Salmon Arm, B.C., to hear complaints on one or more of the following grounds:

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The best obituary ever

As a reporter, one of the first things that gets drilled into you is the importance of your opening line in a story. It’s the line that hooks and attracts the readers, and makes them want to read the rest of the story. Well that same rule can apply to obituaries (hey, somebody’s gotta write them). And the first line of 80-year-old Harry Weathersby Stamps’ online obit from the Long Beach (Miss.) Sun Herald made me not only read the rest of his fascinating story, but left me wishing I had met Mr. Stamps in person: Harry Weathersby Stamps, ladies’ man, foodie, natty dresser and accomplished traveller, died on Saturday, March 9, 2013. What I learned about Mr. Stamps from his incredibly hilarious obituary was this: he hated cilantro and arugula; claimed to have remembered EVERY meal he ate in his 80 years; that the women in his life were numerous; he married his “main squeeze,” with whom they had two daughters. He taught his girls to “fish and to pick a quality hammer, to love nature and to just be thankful.” Stamps had a lifetime love of boiled peanuts, devilled eggs and “outsmarting squirrels.” He was also a former government and sociology professor for Gulf Coast Community College. A Korean War veteran, Stamps “took fashion cues from no one. His signature everyday look was all his: a plain pocketed T-shirt designed by the fashion house, Fruit of the Loom, his black-label elastic waist shorts worn above the navel and sold exclusively at Sam’s on Highway 49, and a pair of old school Wallabees that were always paired with a grass-stained MSU (I’m guessing Mississippi State University) baseball cap.” Finally, and what made me bust a gut laughing was, “because of his irrational fear that his family would throw him a golfthemed funeral despite his hatred for the sport, his family will hold a private, family-only service free of any type of theme.” “Paint a picture for the reader” is another lesson we reporters are taught. Well if that obituary doesn’t paint a remarkable portrait of Harry Weathersby Stamps, nothing will. The obituary was apparently written by one of Stamps’ daughters and, hysterical as it is, you can also feel the love coming through for Mr. Stamps. He was a character, he lived a good life and he was beloved. To me, it’s how an obituary should read and I hope mine will read likewise when the time comes. I still haven’t decided yet if I want any kind of service (let alone one with a theme), and I have joked in the past that I would write my own eulogy so that way I could get what I wanted said about me at my own service rather than leaving the task to a friend or family member. Not only does Stamps’ obituary leave me wishing I’d known him, it made me think about my 49 years on earth and that I’ve got a lot of things I still want to accomplish before I leave this world which, hopefully, is 30 years or more away. Like being a better dresser.

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Time to let another party rip us off? Never mind the platform, forget about spewing out more press releases about all that is wrong in B.C. What B.C. Conservative Leader John Cummins should be doing right now is arranging a long lunch date with Gordon Wilson. It was Wilson, after all, who perfected his timing during the 1991 provincial election’s televised debate to establish the B.C. Liberal Party as the centre-right heir to Social Credit. As NDP Leader Mike Harcourt and Social Credit Leader Rita Johnston bickered, Wilson, then leader of the nothing-to-lose B.C. Liberals, quipped: “This reminds me of the legislature and here’s a classic example of why nothing ever gets done in the province of British Columbia.” That remark helped Wilson’s Liberals win 17

seats in the election, which were 17 more than the party held entering the campaign. The B.C. Liberals were caught in a deceitful plan to use taxpayer-funded resources to court the ethnic vote via an extremely cynical agenda. As a result, the party has repaid government $70,000. The NDP has its own ethnic-voter scandal brewing with news the party had diverted more than $500,000 from constituency offices across B.C. to be used for what Auditor General John Doyle has determined to be partisan purposes. Since policy and press conferences have not ignited voters, perhaps the Conservatives should simply ask voters to give them a chance to rip off the taxpayer, in the spirit of fairness. -Kamloops This Week

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The Observer asked: What do you think of the BC liquor store moving out of the downtown?

Bev Wice “They should keep it where it is because it is better for all the downtown shops and businesses.”

Caleb Espinoza “It should help bring people to the (Centenoka) mall.”

Donna Good “It’s more central where it is and I think if they move it, it will only hurt the downtown businesses.”

Both the Liberals and NDP have betrayed us legislature, in the premier’s office, the Opposition leader’s office and two teams of caucus employees who spend much of their time digging up dirt on the Tom Fletcher other party. All are paid by you and me. A line is crossed only when a non-political emVICTORIA – There was some public business ployee such as a ministry communications director conducted in the final frantic days of the B.C. leg- acts on behalf of the party. The main offender in that islature session last week, but you likely wouldn’t capacity was one Brian Bonney, whose records sughave heard much about it. gested he spent half of his time on party work. He Premier Christy Clark’s skimpy governing agenda quit in February, before the plan was leaked, and the was overshadowed by the delivery of an internal in- party paid back half of his salary for the 18 months vestigation report into her government’s ethnic out- he was on the public payroll. reach program. NDP outrage over this was blunted by another A review by four deputy ministers detailed what leaked document. This one was from a never-rereporters already knew from a memo and meeting leased 2010 report by Auditor General John Doyle, notes leaked to the NDP. The plan started in the pre- which condemned a five-year program of skimming mier’s office, led by Clark’s deputy chief of staff, money from NDP constituency office budgets all who resigned as soon as it was made public. over the province and using it for political work. A B.C. Liberal Party employee attended the first In a nice bit of symmetry, much of the more than meeting, expressly intended to organize $400,000 was spent to put three-time events to impress immigrant commucandidate Gabriel Yiu on the NDP cauBoth of these nities, then harvest the goodwill in the cus payroll. Yiu’s Vancouver-Fraserview form of contact lists for the coming elec- schemes have the candidate page boasts of his ethnic outsame stink. Both are reach work, which included tirelessly tion campaign. After 10,000 e-mails were collected intentional abuse of warning B.C.’s Chinese community and 27 interviews conducted, they re- taxpayers’ money for about the evils of the harmonized sales vealed a few significant details. the political gain of tax. Former multiculturalism minister In fact, it was the NDP-Yiu operation the dominant parties. John Yap knew or should have known that inspired a B.C. Liberal copycat plan. that the scheme was being kept secret There is no moral The NDP quietly stopped the budget because it was an inappropriate use of high ground for either skimming after Doyle pointed out the government resources. He won’t be blindingly obvious, which is that conof them. back in cabinet, although Clark said he stituency funds are to serve constituents intends to run for re-election in Richand are not to be diverted to political ormond-Steveston. ganizing. Yap’s executive assistant resigned It was kept under wraps by the sewhen the report came out, admitting he cretive Legislative Assembly Managehelped cover the tracks of political meddling in the ment Committee. This is the B.C. Liberal-NDP cohiring of three outreach contractors with sufficient managed  trough of undocumented MLA expenses loyalty to the party. and other questionable payments that Doyle has only Clark insists she knew nothing of this plan. She recently dragged into the light. tabled the investigation report, and then announced Both of these schemes have the same stink. Both that the B.C. Liberal Party had written a $70,000 are intentional abuse of taxpayers’ money for the pocheque to the government to cover the estimated litical gain of the dominant parties. There is no moral cost of the inappropriate political work done by non- high ground for either of them. political staff. Tom Fletcher is legislative reporter and columnist Here’s the part taxpayers may not fully appreci- for Black Press and BCLocalnews.com ate. There are authorized political staffers all over the tfletcher@blackpress.ca

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Patricia Larmand “As a non-drinker I really don’t care, but I think it’s better to keep it where it is.”

Winifred Ewing “The downtown area needs it to draw people. Without it, it’s just going to kill business.”

Support for pesticide ban I am writing in response to the March 12 article “Doctor protests against pesticides” by Barb Brouwer. I am a first-year university student in environmental and sustainable studies. I attend Acadia University in Nova Scotia, but I reside in Salmon Arm during the summers. During my studies here, we have been educated about the many harmful effects of pesticide use and their direct correlation

with disease and some cancers. Salmon Arm being my hometown, it delights me to see people at the top of their profession standing up for our environment, and the health of our citizens. About the licence to spray pesticides, I would agree with the point of view that, it simply makes no sense. Having a licence to spray something extremely toxic doesn’t make it any less toxic. It’s still

harming our environment and our residents. Over here in Nova Scotia there are many groups that believe pesticides should be banned in general, and I couldn’t agree more. I thank you for bringing this attention to my hometown, and good luck on making your case for the ban. Hopefully I will come home to a pesticidefree environment! Pierre Luc Lord

Going in the wrong direction It’s all part of the same question. Are we humans going to irreversibly harm the lifesupport systems of this planet, and therefore our own health as a species and other species, or not?  Proposals to privatize, or make corporate access to resources in general more unregulated are now becoming a threat to our very survival. Our forests are perhaps the most important natural resource we have given that the greatest environmental challenge of our time is excessive carbon in the atmosphere, which our forests greatly help to ameliorate.  Unbridled wealth generation by a private resource extrac-

tion-based economy is no longer in everyone’s best interest, if it ever was. This is really just the habitual perpetuation of an economic system we have created, except that now we continue in this vein at our own peril.  It is a hangover of sorts, a carrying on of a set of practices and behaviors well beyond the point where they make sense, unless you are talking about those other ‘cents.’ We are faced with a global calamity of catastrophic proportion, that is, the continuing production and distribution of atmospheric carbon through the combustion of fossil fuels, by us. This is perhaps

the strongest case to cease continued efforts to privatize greater chunks of B.C.’s forests, by allowing corporations to convert their licenses to TFLs, and continue the appalling abuse of these lands. We need as many big carbon-fixing trees as possible intact and healthy. They are the lungs of the planet. It is not in the public’s best interest to do anything which increases the risk to the health of our forests, so please remove Section 24 of Bill 8. You are our supposedly our leaders, for the moment, and you are taking us in precisely the wrong direction! Bill Lytle-McGhee

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Premier Oliver addressed a capacity crowd in the Rex Theatre on the subject of freight rate equalization. Mayor Newnes welcomed the premier on behalf of the citizens of Salmon Arm. The premier said that although officials of the CPR had told him they would oppose any attempt to lower rates in the mountains, and although he had a great liking and respect for many officials of the CPR, in manners concerning the rights of the people of B.C. he would fight to the last ditch.

1933

Notice was given that henceforth riding the rods would be illegal. City council worried about their inability to shoulder the entire financial burden of relief since receiving word of provincial and federal withdrawal of support. Ald. Jas Day was told to provide relief only in cases of real distress.

1943

There were 10,000 women between the ages of 18 and 45 serving in the Canadian Army. One thousand had enlisted in B.C., 1,000 more were needed. People of Salmon Arm raised $4,403.50 for the Red Cross.

1953

Work was completed in demolishing the part of the building occupied by Ken Hunter, Hunter’s Pharmacy, corner of Alexander Avenue and Hudson Street, in preparation of construction of a new business block on that location. The property occupied by the library was purchased by Salmon Arm lodge No. 52 AF & AM.

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In a vote of 40 to nine, shareholders of the Salmon Arm Golf and Country Club Association decided not to sell the community golf course. Dr. C.J.M Willoughby won the Kamloops seat for the Conservatives in the federal elections. Stuart Fleming, Conservative, retained Okanagan-Revelstoke.

The Turtle Valley Donkey Refuge is full to the brim and beyond. Charity founders Shirley Mainprize and Rob Miller were in the process of adding two more residents to the 39 donkeys who currently call the sanctuary home when a plea for help for 15 mini donkeys came from Vancouver Island. “The owner has a pulmonary heart condition and is very, very ill,” says Mainprize, noting the owner called them when he realized his poor health was preventing him from caring for his animals. Miller was on his way to the island yesterday to build a temporary shelter for the mini donkeys, who have been out in the rain since the roof to their shelter blew off in a winter storm. Mainprize says she and Miller agreed to take the mini donkeys even though the sanctuary is at capacity – then wondered how they were going to manage. “As we gathered, they need to be rehabilitated; they have bad feet and trouble walking,” she says, noting the non-profit sanctuary gets a $22,000 gaming grant but it can only be used to care for the existing population. “You always know if their feet are bad, their teeth are bad – that’s a given,” Mainprize says. “Dental care will be a minimum of $1,500, the ferry is $1,500 per truck and there’s two of them going down, plus I figure $4,000 labour for the equine haulers for total transport.” Mainprize figures about $10,000 will be needed to transport the donkeys and to provide initial care. And half of the current hay barn will have to be converted to provide shelter for the new additions. “It’s likely they haven’t had dental or farrier care,” she adds, noting initial farrier care will cost approximately $600, with another $100 for worming paste and $40 each for tetanus, equine flu and West Nile injections. And once they’re here, the donkeys that top out at 36 inches, will need more care and a lot of time before they can be sent out for fostering or integrated into the existing mini-donkey herd. “We have to keep them in quarantine for three weeks, depending on their condition, and then we put them out with a fence between them and the rest of the herd, and

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to alleviate and one which taught them a lot about donkeys. “Each donkey taught us a new issue,” laughs Mainprize, whose efforts, along with Miller’s, are voluntary. The couple have outgrown their current space and are planning to sell the farm and buy one on that is on flatter land and will accommodate more donkeys. Mainprize, who has, on occasion, gone door-to-door selling pencils to try to raise funds to support the sanctuary, is hoping more people will step forward with donations. Members of the Bugs R Us Club at Celista Elementary have raised $250 and are going to sponsor a donkey for five years with the money. For information on the sanctuary, visit www.turtlevalleydonkeyrefuge. com. Tax receipts will be issued for donations to the Turtle Valley Donkey Refuge Society at 1125 Ptarmigan Rd., Chase VOE 1M1. In the meantime, the sanctuary that plays host to special needs groups as well as area residents and visitors will open for the season on Easter weekend with a special admissionby-donation event from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Regular season hours are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays until the fall.

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A team approach to domestic violence By Martha Wickett OBSERVER STAFF

“On Sept. 4, 2007, six-year-old Christian Lee was supposed to have been walking into his Grade 1 classroom for the first time. Instead, in the early hours that morning, Christian and four members of his family died in a murder/suicide.” This is how the 2009 report from the Representative for Children and Youth regarding the murder of five people in Oak Bay, Victoria by Christian’s father, Peter Lee, begins. It was recommendations from this report, Honouring Christian Lee, that prompted a better approach to dealing with domestic violence – an approach that is being embraced in Salmon Arm. On Thursday, March 14, 70 people representing a variety of social services in the Shuswap met at the Prestige Harbourfront Resort for a training session hosted by the Shuswap Integrated Case Assessment Team (ICAT). The session focused on recognizing the signs of high-risk domestic violence and learning how to make referrals to the ICAT. The Honouring Christian Lee report emphasized a lack of collaboration and lack of a coordinated response from the agencies involved. There was generally no communication or coordination between child welfare and criminal justice systems. Seven different agencies had information about the domestic violence. Although the Ministry of Child and Family Development and police independently discussed safety planning with Christian’s mother, Sunny Park, a comprehensive safety plan was not developed nor

was there a rigorous assessment of the risk posed by Peter Lee. Brooke McLardy, programs manager for Vernon Women’s Transition House Society, one of the speakers at the Thursday session, led participants through the timeline in the Oak Bay tragedy and later outlined risk factors that are now used by ICAT. Nineteen factors are considered, including the offender’s access to weapons, alcohol and drug use, mental health, employment stability, stalking/jealousy, thoughts about suicide, current status of the relationship, and strangulation – which, she said, is often one of the last acts of domestic violence before murder.

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Strangulation can be particularly dangerous, McLardy pointed out, because victims may have only transient symptoms, yet because of underlying brain damage caused by lack of oxygen, they can die 24 to 36 hours later. Vernon created an Integrated Case Assessment Team in 2010, the first of its kind in B.C., and has trained teams across the province, including in Salmon Arm. Vernon’s was formed as a result of the Chayal murder/suicide in Vernon in 1996 when a man killed his estranged spouse and eight of her relatives at a pre-wedding gathering, as well as the recommendations in the

Honouring Christian Lee report. “The recommendations from Oak Bay were the same recommendations…,” said McLardy, and they pointed to more collaboration and sharing of information. McLardy mentioned that social media can make safety more difficult. One particular offender individually contacted 200 Facebook ‘friends’ of his former spouse in order to find out where she had moved. Once the committee assesses the risk, a safety plan, tailored to each case, is created. Jan Seelinger, program coordinator with Community Based Victim Services in Salmon Arm, noted how important it is to ensure the victim can execute her safety plan. While an agency might, with good intention, jot down suggestions for the victim, factors such as language or trauma could make the plan impossible for her to follow. Later in the discussion, Seelinger noted that one issue a team sometimes faces is an offender being governed by two different court orders. A criminal court could issue a ‘no contact’ order, while family court might have allowed access. Regarding the court system, McLardy said Crown Counsel in Vernon has been part of the process since 2008. “They use our reports in court and have been very supportive.” She said she’s pleased, overall, with the work that’s been done in Vernon over the past three years. “I think the families feel far more supported. They have access to enhanced safety planning as these agencies are working together with the family.”

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CITY OF SALMON ARM, PO BOX 40, 500 – 2 AVENUE NE SALMON ARM BC V1E 4N2 Contract: ENG.2013-01 – 2013 PAVING PROGRAM The Owner, the City of Salmon Arm offers to receive tenders for the project entitled “CITY OF SALMON ARM, PO BOX 40, 500 - 2 AVENUE NE, SALMON ARM BC V1E 4N2 ENG.2013-01 – 2013 PAVING PROGRAM” in accordance with the following tendering conditions: SEALED Tenders, clearly marked, CITY OF SALMON ARM, PO BOX 40, SALMON ARM, BC V1E 4N2 “ENG.2013-01 – 2013 PAVING PROGRAM” will be received by the Chief Administrative Officer, City of Salmon Arm Municipal Office, 500 - 2 Avenue NE, Salmon Arm, BC, up to 2:00 PM Local Time, Thursday, April 11, 2013. Tenders will be opened at 2:01 PM on this date. The combined major items of works are: • Supply and placing of approximately 6,740 tonnes of asphaltic concrete pavement, 49,000 m2 of tack coat, skin and full depth patching. • Asphalt milling of approximately 24,900 m2 • Asphalt traffic line marking (2 coats) complete with layout of approximately 3,700 lm solid pavement markings. Contract Documents, defined in the General Conditions, may be obtained from the City of Salmon Arm, on, or after, Friday March 15, 2013 The City of Salmon Arm reserves the right to waive informalities in or reject any or all tenders or accept the tender deemed most favourable in the interests of the City of Salmon Arm. Without limiting the generality of the forgoing, any Tender which is incomplete, obscure, irregular, has erasures or corrections in the price sheet, unit prices omitted, or is accompanied by an insufficient or irregular Tender Security, may be rejected. Awards shall be made on tenders that will give the greatest value based on quality, service and price. Preference shall be given to local suppliers where quality, service and price are equivalent. The City of Salmon Arm will not accept responsibility for the costs incurred by a Tenderer for the preparation and submission of a Tender or, for loss of potential profits where a Tender is not awarded. The lowest or any Tender will not necessarily be accepted. For a copy of the Contract Documents and all enquiries shall be directed to: Jennifer Walters, P.Eng., LEED® AP, City Engineer – Telephone: 250-803-4018 Fax: 250-803-4041 email: jwalters@salmonarm.ca For more information call 250-803-4000


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Volunteers needed for Lifeline program By Lachlan Labere OBSERVER STAFF

Volunteering with Interior Health’s Lifeline program is relatively simple and a brief task that can yield lifesaving results. The program is offered through the health authority to provide emergency response home monitoring for individuals recovering from surgery, people with chronic health problems, or for seniors wish to continue living safely and independently. Most people are familiar with the technology behind the Lifeline program from TV, and the famous tag line, “I’ve fallen and I can’t get up.” While the technology has advanced, the premise is generally the same. “They wear a little button, and if they have any kind of trouble, they just press the button and it tells a little communicator to dial into our response centre where there’s staff on duty 24-hours a day,” says IH Lifeline program manager David Kelcey. “It comes up on a computer screen at our monitoring station and it has all the information about the individual, including the names of some neighbours or friends or family – we call them responders – who can come and check on them.” Kelcey says the response is based on the seriousness of the situation. If

it’s a fall and the person is not hurt, a responder is called in. If it’s more serious, an ambulance is dispatched. Where the volunteers come in is with the installation of the technology. “The volunteers actually install the equipment in the home. It’s not complicated,” says Kelcey. “They hook it up and show the individual how to operate the equipment.” Volunteers are currently needed in Sicamous and Salmon Arm. Rollie Durocher, who currently lives in Salmon Arm but has deep roots in Sicamous, has been volunteering with the Lifeline program for about two decades. Durocher says the job of installing the Lifeline equipment was initially taken up by retired Telus employees, but he assures it’s easy to do, and easy to use. To people considering taking part in the Lifeline program, Durocher tells them to think of it as peace of mind for the rest of the family. “I’ve had some situations where I’ve put them in and the people have had to use them within 24 hours,” says Durocher. There is a fee for Lifeline, but there is sponsorship funding available for individuals experiencing financial hardship. For information, call Kelcey at 1-800-994-8414, or email david. kelcey@interiorhealth.ca.

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city of salmon arm strategic plan Community input invited on Strategic Plan that will guide City’s actions and spending for the next 10 to 15 years. The City is creating its first ever long-term Strategic Plan in 2013. When complete, the plan will be a guide to help City Council and Staff more effectively make decisions around infrastructure planning and implementation, prioritize projects and spending, identify revenue sources and consider taxation over the next 10 to 15 years. Two surveys have been created to gather input from residents and community organizations about projects and initiatives. When Available:

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Deadline for completion:

Wednesday April 10, 2013 - 4:00 pm

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Complete online at www.salmonarm.ca/strategicplan or pick up a paper copy and return to City Hall.

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Tour operators and travel media in London, England got a sample of the Shuswap courtesy of Leah Podollan and Melanie Tighe-Lovsin of Podollan Inn and MJO Tours. The pair visited London as part of the Canadian Signature Experience, where 35 tourism providers from across the country participated in an event at Canada House. The local presentation, dubbed the Salmon’n Wine Discovery, is a guided tour with MJO Tours in one of their deluxe vehicles. It begins with a stop at the Adams River to see the annual salmon run in late September and October, a visit to cool-climate wineries, tastings of local farmmade cheese and cured meats, gourmet dining with wine pairings at Table 24 and a stay at the Podollan Inn. The women participated in marketing sessions and speed networking sessions with UK media and tour operators. “The one-on-one business meetings

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Students advance to national stage the biggest prizes: two golds, a bronze and $3,500 in cash prizes. On the road to the podium, the college outperformed competitors from UBC, SFU, Brandon University and the University of Alberta, among others. The teams presented to a panel of independent judges on a number of communitybased projects, all developed and organized by the Okanagan College student group. “It is amazing to see the difference our team is making in the community, how meaningful and powerful of a connection we make with the people of our communities,” said Paven Sekhon, president of Enactus Okanagan College. One of the winning projects was implemented in Salmon Arm. Enactus Okanagan College created Shuswap-Launch-a-

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Winning way: Salmon Arm’s Kris Goralski, second from left, celebrates with other members of the Okanagan College Financial Education team. Preneur, which is a brand new program for entrepreneurs of all ages to launch their ventures in the community of Salmon Arm in partnership with Community Futures and the Economic Development Society. “Every year, our students amaze us by demonstrating their drive to succeed and their desire to give something back,” said Nicole Almond, president of Enactus Can-

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A dozen teams vie for Launch-a-Preneur win By Martha Wickett OBSERVER STAFF

Budding entrepreneurs are at it again in Salmon Arm, well along the way in the 2013 Shuswap Launcha-Preneur competition. Much like television’s Dragon’s Den program where people pitch business ideas to a few wealthy Canadian businesspeople – but a kinder, gentler version, Launch-a-Preneur assists entrepreneurs in planning for a successful launch of their business. The support and training then culminates in a final competition night, April 26, when teams compete for thousands of dollars in prizes and in-kind donations designed to assist with business start-up in the Shuswap. Seventeen teams began the process in January with 12 teams remaining. They are being sup-

of co-operation,” says Carol McGillivray, business support coordinator for Salmon Arm Economic Development. “There are all these folks with different ideas for business-

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29,987

229 Bi-weekly $

2010 Ford F150 4x4 Platinum

2011 Ford F350 Super Duty 4x4 XLT

307 Bi-weekly $

Now

39,987

DT120A

156 Bi-weekly $

Now

19,987

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2011 Ford F350 Super Duty 4x4 Lariat

2011 Honda Accord 4 Dr. EXL

0P6152

Diesel Crew Cab, 61,284 km. 6.7 litre full load.

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37,987

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259 Bi-weekly $

2012 Ford Fusion SEL FWD

358 Bi-weekly $

Now $

51,988

2012 Ford F350 Super Duty 4x4

Now

21,987

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154 Bi-weekly $

Fully loaded, leather, sunroof. Auto., 16,638 km, one owner. Only…

179 Bi-weekly $

Now

25,888

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Air, cruise, anti theft. Great truck, like new. 26,684 km.

Now

20,987

$

Crew cab, cruise, air, 22,755 km. XLT, diesel, 6 spd., loaded.

324 Bi-weekly $

Now

46,987

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Now

28,987

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2008 Ford F350 4x4 King Ranch

Harley Davidson Edition 46,000 km. AWD, Limited production truck. 6.2 L.

316 Bi-weekly $

Now

45,987

$

2008 Ford F350 Super Duty 4x4 XLT

DT226B

Diesel, fully loaded. Nav.

Now

33,987

$

257 Bi-weekly $

Back up sensor, trailer hitch, crew cab, 54,283 km. 20” wheels, loaded, diesel.

305 Bi-weekly $

Now

34,987

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209

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Bi-weekly

11,987

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126 Bi-weekly

134

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12,987

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199 Bi-weekly $

Diesel Shortbox, Leather, sunroof, heated seats, 1 owner, 126,000 km.

Now

29,988

$

262 Bi-weekly $

18,987

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238

$

Bi-weekly

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30,987

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Choose your gift – 10 days only!

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2008 Nissan Altima

13,987

125 Bi-weekly

20,987

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16,987

149

$

Bi-weekly

185 Bi-weekly $

Air, cruise, keyless entry, bucket seats. 4 dr., 3.3 L auto., 73,605 km.

20,987

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128 Bi-weekly $

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188 Bi-weekly $

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16,964

$

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2012 Ford Fusion SEL AWD

0P6155

Fully loaded, SYNC, leather, Power roof, 12,437 km.

Now

24,987

$

174

$

Bi-weekly

2003 Honda Accord

0P6144

Leather, dual climate controls, SYNC. 4 dr., 20,335 km. Nav., 20” wheels.

Now

39,987

$

271 Bi-weekly $

2008 Dodge Grand Caravan SE

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Auto., air, V6, 146,518 km. Leather, roof, alloys, local car.

Now

8,987

$

2008 Expedition Max, Ltd. AWD

Z0126

DT100A

Air, cruise, 4 dr. wagon, 104,825 km. Pwr. windows/locks, stow & go.

Now

10,987

$

99 Bi-weekly $

8 passenger, Nav., 1 owner, only 67,000 km.

31,987

$

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4 dr., V6 auto., Loaded

Now

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21,988

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$

125 Bi-weekly $

2010 GMC Sierra Ext. Cab 4x4

CT403B

DC161A

4 dr., rare car. Loaded, leather, sunroof. 49,970 km.

Now

23,987

$

281

$

Bi-weekly

Pwr. windows/locks, 4.8 L. Local one owner truck.

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Sunroof, manual, leather. 15,335 km.

Now $21,888 $ 169 Bi-weekly 2009 Honda Civic Coupe DX-G SI

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Air, cruise, alloy wheels, 2 dr. coupe, 22,504 km.

Now $13,988 $ 125 Bi-weekly 2005 Dodge SX 2.0 Sport

CT3760

Air, sunroof, cruise, bucket seats, 4 dr. sedan. 120,000 km.

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5,988

$

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$

2009 Ford Flex Limited AWD

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Fully loaded, SYNC, panoramic sunroof, 4 dr., 49,089 km.

Now $24,988 $ 219 Bi-weekly

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2009 RAV4 Ltd. AWD

DT202A

Fully loaded, sunroof, heated seats.

Now

2013 Ford Explorer 4WD XLT

2008 Audi A3 Hatchback DSG

2008 Ford Focus SES

SYNC, leather, sunroof, 25,787 km.

0P6140

Leather, sat., cruise, power roof, 19,134 km, 3.5 litre 6 spd.

Now

D

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2012 Ford Fusion Sport AWD

DT135A

Air, canopy. 28,282 km. 4x4, like new.

I024

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Now

2011 Ford Ranger Sport

2009 Hyundai Santa Fe AWD

Air, cruise, anti-theft, manual. 31,564 km.

159 Bi-weekly $

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Fully loaded, SYNC, sunroof. 49,705 km. AWD.

2009 Honda Civic LX-S

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Now

DT142A

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5 dr. Hatchback, cruise, air, SYNC. 6 spd. auto., 23,854 km.

0P6137

0 215 Bi-weekly $

DT090

$

186 Bi-weekly $

Fully loaded, leather, sat., 4 dr. sedan, 21,459 km.

2009 Ford Escape Ltd. AWD

Air, cruise, keyless entry. 4 dr. sedan, 58,696 km. Pwr. windows/locks, push button start.

$

23,987

$

I028

Warranty included or available on most preowned vehicles

Now

Now

Lowest prices

0P6141

2012 Ford Focus Titanium

Sat., dual climate, 5.7L V8, full load TRD package.

Fully reconditioned - 110 point inspection provided

0P6159

Now

139 Bi-weekly $

40,954 km. Leather, sunroof, nav., Sports package.

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DC230A

2011 Toyota Tundra 4WD

Guaranteed!

2006 Ford Explorer Ltd. 4x4

Leather, Nav. Sunroof, 7 seater. 1 owner. 90,805 km.

17,987

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DT129A

DC191A

SYNC, sunroof., sat., air, cruise.

5.

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2008 Ford F350 Crew Cab FX4 4X4

2009 Ford Fusion SEL

DT098A

Now

4 dr. sedan, 71,628 km. Power windows/ locks, cruise/tilt, alloys.

0P6150

2009 Ford F150 XLT 4x4

Cruise, air, sat., anti-theft. 61,077 km. Pwr. windows, locks.

I029

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Now

Top 5 Reasons to Buy:

Fully loaded, 4 dr. 13,142 km. Diesel, one owner.

Now

Full load, only 47,000 km.

0P6154

Air., sat., roof rack, 4 dr. wagon, auto., 20,755 km. One owner.

I015

2012 Ford F150 SuperCrew

2005 Ford Explorer 4x4

Sunroof, air, cruise, 4 dr., 4.0L, 89,188 km.

159 Bi-weekly $

2010 Volkswagen CC Passat Sport

0P6148

2011 Subaru Outback AWD H4

2012 Volkswagen Golf Wagon TDI

I022

2010 Ford Taurus SEL

DT106A

I025

Diesel Crew cab, 47,600 km. Leather, sunroof, Nav. One owner, Nav, DVD.

0P6157

Leather, SYNC, sunroof, 4 dr. sedan, 20,770 km.

2010 Ford Ranger 4x4

Air, sat., keyless entry. 31,193 km.

Supercrew, air, sat., anti-theft, leather, 67,402 km. 5.4, roof, pwr. bds.

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0P6153

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0P6081B

Power moonroof, leather heated seats, power windows/locks, 85,000 km

Now $18,987 $ 168 Bi-weekly 2010 Ford F150 4x4 Lariat

0P6161

Nav., tonneau cover, Leather, sunroof, 5.4L., 50,144 km.

31,987 $ 246 Bi-weekly Now

$

2010 Ford Fusion SEL

0P6102

SYNC, auto., air, cruise, 67,320 km.

Now $14,988 $ 118 Bi-weekly 2010 Ford Ranger 4x4

0P6124

Manual, air, 4 dr. Supercab, 47,089 km.

17,988 $ 139 Bi-weekly Now

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12,988

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Now

29,987

229 Bi-weekly $

2010 Ford F150 4x4 Platinum

2011 Ford F350 Super Duty 4x4 XLT

307 Bi-weekly $

Now

39,987

DT120A

156 Bi-weekly $

Now

19,987

$

2011 Ford F350 Super Duty 4x4 Lariat

2011 Honda Accord 4 Dr. EXL

0P6152

Diesel Crew Cab, 61,284 km. 6.7 litre full load.

Now

37,987

$

259 Bi-weekly $

2012 Ford Fusion SEL FWD

358 Bi-weekly $

Now $

51,988

2012 Ford F350 Super Duty 4x4

Now

21,987

$

154 Bi-weekly $

Fully loaded, leather, sunroof. Auto., 16,638 km, one owner. Only…

179 Bi-weekly $

Now

25,888

$

Air, cruise, anti theft. Great truck, like new. 26,684 km.

Now

20,987

$

Crew cab, cruise, air, 22,755 km. XLT, diesel, 6 spd., loaded.

324 Bi-weekly $

Now

46,987

$

Now

28,987

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$

26,987

1. 2.

81 203 Bi-weekly

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3.

2007 Honda Civic DX-G

4. IDT203A

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$

259 Bi-weekly $

2008 Ford F350 4x4 King Ranch

Harley Davidson Edition 46,000 km. AWD, Limited production truck. 6.2 L.

316 Bi-weekly $

Now

45,987

$

2008 Ford F350 Super Duty 4x4 XLT

DT226B

Diesel, fully loaded. Nav.

Now

33,987

$

257 Bi-weekly $

Back up sensor, trailer hitch, crew cab, 54,283 km. 20” wheels, loaded, diesel.

305 Bi-weekly $

Now

34,987

$

23,987

$

209

$

Bi-weekly

11,987

$

126 Bi-weekly

134

$

Now

12,987

$

Bi-weekly

199 Bi-weekly $

Diesel Shortbox, Leather, sunroof, heated seats, 1 owner, 126,000 km.

Now

29,988

$

262 Bi-weekly $

18,987

$

238

$

Bi-weekly

Now

30,987

$

Choose your gift – 10 days only!

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2008 Nissan Altima

13,987

125 Bi-weekly

20,987

$

16,987

149

$

Bi-weekly

185 Bi-weekly $

Air, cruise, keyless entry, bucket seats. 4 dr., 3.3 L auto., 73,605 km.

20,987

$

14,987

$

185

$

Bi-weekly

128 Bi-weekly $

Now

18,987

$

129 Bi-weekly $

26,987

$

188 Bi-weekly $

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$

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16,964

$

128

$

Bi-weekly

2012 Ford Fusion SEL AWD

0P6155

Fully loaded, SYNC, leather, Power roof, 12,437 km.

Now

24,987

$

174

$

Bi-weekly

2003 Honda Accord

0P6144

Leather, dual climate controls, SYNC. 4 dr., 20,335 km. Nav., 20” wheels.

Now

39,987

$

271 Bi-weekly $

2008 Dodge Grand Caravan SE

I017

Auto., air, V6, 146,518 km. Leather, roof, alloys, local car.

Now

8,987

$

2008 Expedition Max, Ltd. AWD

Z0126

DT100A

Air, cruise, 4 dr. wagon, 104,825 km. Pwr. windows/locks, stow & go.

Now

10,987

$

99 Bi-weekly $

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31,987

$

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Now

Now

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13,987

$

125 Bi-weekly $

2010 GMC Sierra Ext. Cab 4x4

CT403B

DC161A

4 dr., rare car. Loaded, leather, sunroof. 49,970 km.

Now

23,987

$

281

$

Bi-weekly

Pwr. windows/locks, 4.8 L. Local one owner truck.

Now

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Sunroof, manual, leather. 15,335 km.

Now $21,888 $ 169 Bi-weekly 2009 Honda Civic Coupe DX-G SI

I020

Air, cruise, alloy wheels, 2 dr. coupe, 22,504 km.

Now $13,988 $ 125 Bi-weekly 2005 Dodge SX 2.0 Sport

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Air, sunroof, cruise, bucket seats, 4 dr. sedan. 120,000 km.

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Now

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2008 Audi A3 Hatchback DSG

2008 Ford Focus SES

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0P6140

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2012 Ford Fusion Sport AWD

DT135A

Air, canopy. 28,282 km. 4x4, like new.

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2011 Ford Ranger Sport

2009 Hyundai Santa Fe AWD

Air, cruise, anti-theft, manual. 31,564 km.

159 Bi-weekly $

DELIVERS

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2009 Honda Civic LX-S

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0P6137

0 215 Bi-weekly $

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$

186 Bi-weekly $

Fully loaded, leather, sat., 4 dr. sedan, 21,459 km.

2009 Ford Escape Ltd. AWD

Air, cruise, keyless entry. 4 dr. sedan, 58,696 km. Pwr. windows/locks, push button start.

$

23,987

$

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Warranty included or available on most preowned vehicles

Now

Now

Lowest prices

0P6141

2012 Ford Focus Titanium

Sat., dual climate, 5.7L V8, full load TRD package.

Fully reconditioned - 110 point inspection provided

0P6159

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139 Bi-weekly $

40,954 km. Leather, sunroof, nav., Sports package.

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DC230A

2011 Toyota Tundra 4WD

Guaranteed!

2006 Ford Explorer Ltd. 4x4

Leather, Nav. Sunroof, 7 seater. 1 owner. 90,805 km.

17,987

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2009 Ford Fusion SEL

DT098A

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4 dr. sedan, 71,628 km. Power windows/ locks, cruise/tilt, alloys.

0P6150

2009 Ford F150 XLT 4x4

Cruise, air, sat., anti-theft. 61,077 km. Pwr. windows, locks.

I029

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Now

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Fully loaded, 4 dr. 13,142 km. Diesel, one owner.

Now

Full load, only 47,000 km.

0P6154

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I015

2012 Ford F150 SuperCrew

2005 Ford Explorer 4x4

Sunroof, air, cruise, 4 dr., 4.0L, 89,188 km.

159 Bi-weekly $

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0P6148

2011 Subaru Outback AWD H4

2012 Volkswagen Golf Wagon TDI

I022

2010 Ford Taurus SEL

DT106A

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Diesel Crew cab, 47,600 km. Leather, sunroof, Nav. One owner, Nav, DVD.

0P6157

Leather, SYNC, sunroof, 4 dr. sedan, 20,770 km.

2010 Ford Ranger 4x4

Air, sat., keyless entry. 31,193 km.

Supercrew, air, sat., anti-theft, leather, 67,402 km. 5.4, roof, pwr. bds.

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80

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0P6153

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Pair try their hand at swordplay

Fencing: Local youth sample sport that originated in ancient times. By Leah Blain OBSERVER CONTRIBUTOR

While the TV is usually the culprit when it comes to young people’s lack of exercise, it served to get a couple of local boys into a new sport. “In the Olympics we saw swordfighting and it looked really fun,” says 12-year-old Ryan Schmitt. “And we saw that TV show, Modern Family, the boy was competing in fencing.” Swinging a sword is something he had done since he was very little, says Ryan’s mother, Rhiannon. “He always had a plastic sword he wanted to try – I used to have bruised knees.” And of course Star Wars light saber duels were also an inspiration. Aiken Webster, 11, explains his motivation quite simply: “Star Wars for sure.” He has been fencing since he was eight. “I wanted a new sport, I didn’t really like the others. On the first day my mom thought I should be a little more protected so my dad joined too. It’s for all ages.” Both boys go to Okanagan Freestyle Fencing but Ryan goes to the club in Vernon and Aiken goes to the one in Armstrong. Their sessions begin with a warm-up game, conditioning exercises and then begin practising footwork. “It’s mostly the feet. We do about 45 minutes of footwork and then we do an hour of fencing with footwork,” says Aiken. “My footwork

has improved a lot. My arm’s reach has gotten longer – that helps, and I’ve learned more moves.” Ryan has been fencing for just over a year. “I like the games at the beginning and doing the free fencing at the end.” Rhiannon mentions some of the things she appreciates that fencing embodies: “It’s about honour and being truthful. If an opponent says they’ve touched you, you give the person a point.” She says they’re trained not to argue even if they think their opponent did not actually make a point; they’re supposed to concede gracefully.” “Its about doing the right thing; it’s not about trying to pull one over on the referee. To voluntarily admit they made a mistake is fantastic. It builds character.”  Aiken says fencing has helped him with co-ordination. “I started out being very unco-ordinated, it’s better now.”  He says not only is there a lot of hand-eye co-ordination, it also takes a lot of co-ordination with your feet “which you can’t even see.” They can’t see because fencers have a thin mesh face guard on their helmets. Schmitt pulls out his gear which includes white nylon breeches (short pants) with suspenders, a white zip jacket and a couple of swords with rubber tips on the end.  Fencers also wear a body cord to register scoring. It attaches to the weapon and runs inside the jacket sleeve, then down the back and out to a scoring box.

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En garde: Ryan Schmitt and Aiken Webster travel to Vernon and Armstrong to participate in the sport of fencing. “I really like challenging myself to beat people,” says Webster. “Right now I’m at a disadvantage because my arms are short.”  When he and his dad, Sandy, are paired up, Sandy usually wins. “I beat him a couple of times,” Webster says, smiling. Kim, Aiken’s mother, says fencing is a good stress reliever for her husband and it’s helped give her son more confidence: “He’s very

reserved and it’s a chance for him to put himself out there a little bit.  He’s competed in tournaments; it’s outside his usual comfort zone. You grow when you do these things.” Neither Webster nor Schmitt have plans to carry on to national competition or the Olympics. For now, it’s “just for fun” says Ryan.  “It’s very good for your mind,” says Aiken. “They do a move and then you do a move, you decide

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what move you’re going to do next. You don’t want to apply the wrong moves.” “I’m not expecting he’ll swashbuckle for a living,” Rhiannon says of Ryan. “Kids just want to whack swords but it’s beyond a game. It builds character, great character.” For more information contact Okanagan Freestyle Fencing head coach Matt Clarke at 250-3069253.

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Minor hockey Salmon Arm Minor Hockey hosts the Minor Hockey Coaches Appreciation Dinner, April 12. Guest speakers include B.C. Hockey president Wilf Liefke. Coach Shawn Lund will be honoured for his years of dedicated service. The annual Salmon Arm Minor Hockey Awards Night takes place April 19 at the Community Centre at 6:30 p.m. To be followed by AGM. For more info on both events, call 250-832-0095.

Women’s rec soccer Registration is open for the Shuswap Women’s Recreational Soccer Association outdoor spring/ summer season, April 25 to July 4. Deadline is April 7. Early registrations are encouraged so that teams can be drafted before the season starts. For more info or to register, visit www. swrsa.net.

Dressage Day Topline Stables’ Dressage Day will be held April 7. This will be an HCBC permitted show and a BC Summer Games and Heritage qualifier. The show will be accepting tests for: HCBC, FEI, Equine Canada Eventing and Para-Equestrian Dressage. Warm up rings available, Leah Janzen to be the HCBC dressage judge.

trailriders Join the Shuswap Trail Alliance as they support Debra McDonald in purchasing the first of three TrailRiders ($6,000 specially designed chairs for people with mobility challenges to use trails). For more info, call Debra at 250-832-1353. To donate, contact Joan at 250-832-4671, or mail your donation to the Shuswap Trail Alliance, PO Box 1531, Salmon Arm, V1E 4P6.

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Feb. 28: Social bridge – 1. Peggy Fetterly, 2. Doug Stewart, 3. Nick Mason, 4. Noreen Ockley. March 3: 1. Lynne Storey and John Parton, 2. Yvonne and Gordon Campbell, 3. Dan Quilty and Gerry Chatelain, 4. Doreen and Dennis Roberts, 5. Peggy Fetterly and Len Magri, 6. Steve Raffle and Michael Clayton. March 5: 1. Nancy Blackburn and Jim McLean, 2. Dan Quilty and Michael Clayton, 3. Judy Harris and Tom McNie. SA duplicate bridge club meets every Tuesday. Call 250-832-7454 or 250-8327323 for info. March 7: 1. Peter Siemens, 2. Richard Brown, 3. Georgy Marshall, 4. Peggy Fetterly. Have a sports event? Write to us at:

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’Backs keep believing The road back starts with one win and, as of Tuesday, the Salmon Arm SilverBacks hadn’t been able to get one against the defending national champion Penticton Vees in their best-of-seven Interior Division semifinal. Down three games to none, the ’Backs tried to stave off elimination Tuesday night at Shaw Centre (past Observer deadline). Adam Clark was to start Game 4 in net after Angus Redmond started Games 2 and 3. The series has been closer than the series record would indicate so there is still belief in the Salmon Arm dressing room. “Our first game, we weren’t ourselves; I think they (Vees) were ripe for the picking that day,” said SilverBacks head coach Scott Robinson of the 4-2 loss in Game 1. “We were bound up with nerves. The last two games, we’ve been ourselves, we had the lead in Game 2 as well.” That lead didn’t hold up as Sam Mellor scored twice including an empty-net goal and Thomas Nitsche scored the winner in another 4-2 win. In Monday’s Game 3, Penticton was leading 2-1 late in the third and got the insurance marker after a scrum in front of the ’Backs net as Jedd Soleway shovelled in a rebound. There was confusion on the play as one official appeared to wave it off but it was eventually ruled a good goal. “The explanation they said was that he wasn’t waving it off,” said Robinson, adding he was told the official used an arm gesture to signal a stoppage

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Focused forward: ’Backs forward Josh Brown makes his way through a Penticton Vees defence during Interior Division semifinal action Monday night at the Sunwave Centre.

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Air time: Salmon Arm’s Bryden Marsh loses ice contact in a scramble for the puck versus Penticton. in play, rather than his whistle. “I think it was more of the procedure of how it was handled; you blow the whistle and make a decision. “We had people (team officials) sitting around that area that said it was in; it was just the procedure.”

Through three games, Salmon Arm has been held to just five goals. Penticton’s reputation as a team that simply outscores its mistakes isn’t really accurate, says Robinson. “They’re deep, they’re rolling four lines and they’ve really

bought into defensive hockey,” he said. “Really, the strength of their game right now is prevention.” Salmon Arm will have to figure out a way around that. Their playoff lives depend on it. “We’ve tried to get some things, little ad-

justments that help us generate more and we started to see a bit of that last night,” said Robinson. “The difference is they’ve had a couple of high-quality chances and made great shots. We need a little puck luck around the net and swat a few in.” Robinson has liked what he’s seen from Redmond, who hasn’t made a misstep all year when given a chance in net, but also likes what Salmon Arm native Bryden Marsh is providing. Despite not having any points, Marsh’s energy has led to Vees turnovers and some chances going the other way. Josh Bowes leads the team with a goal and two assists so far while Shane Hanna has a goal and an assist. Salmon Arm’s power play is 1-for-12, last in the playoffs. Should there be a Game 5, it goes Thursday at 7 p.m. in Penticton.

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Provincial action Goalie Ryan Freed and Cole Nisse of the Salmon Arm Pee Wee team block a shot by two Penticton players during the Provincial Championship which began March 17 at the Shaw Centre. Penticton won this game 5-1. The final games will be played today, March 20.

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Boxers swing big at Bronze Gloves salmon Arm bulldogs boxing Club attended the bC bronze Gloves boxing Tournament on the March 9 weekend in vernon The club had 12 boxers prepped to compete in their respective age and weight class: Noah Paterson, ethan Gaskell, Clayton Archer, Nathan Nasby, reid seeley, Lyle Chapman, Connor ogilvie, Zach Langtry, ryan Hornung, Jason Weiss, bryan Adkins and Tharen Moore. Not all of the boys got the opportunity to participate due to a lack of opponents in their categories. Nasby, however, fought an exhibition bout against an opponent in the higher age group and showed very

well. seeley stepped it up with a fighter who was heavier and had more experience. And while he didn’t win, but seeley showed his boxing abilities and the team was very impressed with his heart and determination. Gaskell and Archer both had their first fights and did very well in their debut outing. Chapman fought an exhibition bout in the super Heavyweight division and scored a first-round TKo in 38 seconds. Hornung fought on both days of the tournament and boasts an unblemished record of nine wins zero losses. He is now a two-time bronze Gloves Champion. Adkins won his first

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Gaskel (left) of Salmon Arm takes a punch from Liam Tiu in the Bronze Gloves Tournament in Vernon. Now the bulldogs will prepare for their next big tournament, which will be the bC boxing Golden Gloves, to be held in Cranbrook April 13 and 14.

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(From top) PMA Karate club member Jacob Gerlitz breaks a board, held by black belt Josh Griffin, with a side kick during Provincial Martial Arts testing held Friday at the Downtown Activity Centre; Shanley Reeves and Jacob Gerlitz perform their kata; Cody Kubik breaks a board with a front kick.

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Salmon Arm Panther Gage Parrell tries to steal the puck from the Penguins’ Aiden Lindblad during a Novice Fun Hockey Tournament game held Friday at the Shaw Centre.

Strong showing at stick curling Salmon Arm stick curlers found success, but not gold, at the BC Provincial Stick Curling Championships held in Enderby from March 8 to 10. For the third time in

the event’s five years of running, Tim Smith and John Campbell of Armstrong won the A event. Runners-up out of Salmon Arm were Team Kathie Crosbie and Brian Maurer, tak-

ing the B event. Also hailing from Salmon Arm, Kevin Baldock and Tom Hughes won the C event with Bill Hammer and Don Watts winning the D event.

Special Olympics programs are returning to Salmon Arm with the start of their Club Fit – Essentials program. This program consists of fun activities and exercises designed to improve conditioning and strength. It also has a nutritional information and mental training component. The program will run every Monday starting April 8 until June 10 from 3:45 to 5:15 p.m. at South Broadview School. The Club Fit program is limited to individuals 14 years old and older with an intellectual disability. There is no charge. Register in advance of the start date by contacting Heather Sims at relayradials@hotmail. com Even if your child is younger than 14 years old, contact Sims to register an interest. Special Olympics has

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Hip hop high: “Naks One” and “Lesen One” ham it up at the merchandise table at a hip hop concert, hosted by West Ave Productions, Sunday evening at the SACU Downtown Activity Centre. DJ Ali Dahesh performs on-stage. Rapper Justin “Jay Mizz” Mejia performs. Rapper Vinson “Wordsworth” Johnson takes his act out into the audience.

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Out on the Town MUSIC • VISUAL ARTS • BAR SCENE ENTERTAINMENT • PERFORMANCE ARTS

Call us at 250-832-2131, drop in to our office, or use our new, easy to use calendar online. See below. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27 QUESTERS - Shuswap Questers presents Salantra in an experiential and

interactive evening as she shares some practical, yet holographic perceptions on the new blueprint for human life, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the SASCU Downtown Activity Centre. Admission is $5. Call Tyhson at 250835-8236.

THURSDAY, MARCH 21

LIBRARY GAMES – Play fun board games at the Salmon Arm branch of

FRIDAY, MARCH 22

GARAGE SALE – Shuswap Lake Health-Care Auxiliary hosts a garage, bake

and book sale at the Mall at Piccadilly from 5 to 8 p.m., and again on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Donations of good used or new household items, toys, furniture, etc. gratefully accepted (no skis or large exercise equipment). Call 250-832-3105 for drop-off times and other information. SONGWRITERS – The Songwriters Showcase Series featuring Linz Kenyon and Gillian Cran, Betty Johnson and Herald Nix plays out at 7:30 p.m. at Shuswap Theatre. Tickets at $10 are available at Acorn Music. COFFEE HOUSE – Local author Deanna Kawatski will be the featured reader at the Shuswap Writers’ Coffee House at 6:30 p.m. at Choices on Lakeshore. There will be an open-mic session. Admission is free and a light meal is available from 5:30 p.m. Call Cathy at 250-832-2454 for information. CANTINA CONCERT – Enjoy the eclectic, boundary-bashing and genresmashing funk, Latin-Afro, jazz, Celtic, soul, trip-hop, rock, folk, roots and blues music of Tanya Lipscomb while dining on authentic Mexican food at Cantina Vallarta.

SATURDAY, MARCH 23 FUNDRAISER – A fundraiser to support Granite Creek Estate Winery, which

was destroyed by fire in January, runs Saturday and Sunday, March 23 and 24 from 1 to 4 p.m. Event features a silent auction, bake sale and more at the winery at 2302 Skimikin Rd. Call 250-835-2212 for more information.

BRICKS 4 KIDS – Children six to 10 years of age are invited to build Lego

creations at the Salmon Arm library at 2 p.m. The event is free but registration is required. Email aburnham@orl.bc.ca or call 250-832-6161. DANCE – The Reaching Out MS Society hosts a spring dance, featuring great food and music, silent auction and door prizes at 7 p.m. at the Seniors’ Fifth Avenue Activity Centre. Admission is by donation. FILM FARE – The Shuswap Film Society presents the British film All in Good Time, a funny, tenderhearted portrait of a family in strife, set in Bolton, Lancashire at 5 p.m. at the Salmar Classic Theatre.

MONDAY, MARCH 25

SPRING BREAK – SAGA Public Art Gallery presents KLIMT Monday, a full-

day experience for kids aged 9 to 13. Cost is $20. Register in advance.

CARLIN CONCERT – John Reischman and the Jaybirds perform at 7:30 p.m. at

Carlin Hall. Tickets at $20 are available at Acorn Music.

TUESDAY, MARCH 26

ORIGAMI – Salmon Arm Library hosts a free origami session with Eiko

Uehara at 1 p.m. Registration is required. Call 250-832-6161 ext. 1202.

THURSDAY, MARCH 28

GREEN THUMBS – A Shuswap Garden Club meeting takes place at 7 p.m. at

Scout Hall, 2460 Auto Road. Sharon Bailey from Mayfair Farms will demonstrate how to make moss hanging baskets.

FRIDAY, MARCH 29

GOOD FRIDAY – Five Corners Church presents the fourth annual “Singing

Cross” Easter Cantata at 7 p.m. For information, call 250-832-3121.

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Ballet Kelowna’s Jedidiah Duifhuis and Clare Bassett dance to a piece from

the company’s latest production, Passages, a selection of dances from around the world, performed March 14 at Shuswap Theatre.

Java Jive jibes with jazz Anagram, a jazz duo combining the talents of Anna Lumiere and Graham Ord, performs at the Java Jive Bistro at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 23. From Gibsons, B.C., Anagram has been performing for many years at the Vancouver International Jazz Festival, the Pender Harbour Jazz Festival, the Gibsons Jazz Festival and others. Lumiere, known for her work as leader of the popular group Mimosa, has played in many Cana-

dian festivals including the Montreal Jazz Festival. Graham Ord, currently the conductor of the Creek big band in Sechelt, has toured Canada, Japan and Europe with the Now Orchestra, Hard Rubber Orchestra, Uzume Taiko and Garbo’s Hat with Kate Hammett-Vaughn, and has played in the Berlin Jazz Festival, the Chicago Jazz Festival and many Canadian jazz festivals. Tickets are $15 at the door.

Friends step up to help winery owners While Granite Creek Winery owners Heather and Gary Kennedy have not defined their plans since a fire in January destroyed their wine processing plant and almost all of their wine, their friends and

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Okanagan Regional Library from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. This event is for all ages. No registration is required. JAZZ CLUB – Andrea Superstein will perform her quirky indie jazz at 7 p.m. at St. John’s Anglican Church. Admission is a minimum $15 donation.

neighbours are throwing a two-day fundraiser at the winery at 2302 Skimikin Rd. in Tappen this Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event also offers the couple the opportunity

to connect with people and sell some of the product still on-hand in the shop which, along with the main house and the vineyards, was not touched by the fire. “People either think we’re shut down or are

giving us space,” Gary says, noting, the event is, in part, a celebration. The two-day event will feature a silent auction, bake sale and more. For more information, call 250-8352212.

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Hillbilly happening

John Fleming, Darrin Herting and Alton Gowen, collectively known as Seal Skull Hammer, tune up prior to their live performance Saturday, March 16 at Sunnybrae Hall to celebrate the release of their new CD entitled Better Together.

Write time for words Calling all readers, writers, speakers and listeners – the Shuswap Association of Writers presents the 10th annual Word on the Lake event beginning Friday, May 24 through Sunday, May 26. To promote this year’s edition, the association is holding a “Get Caught Reading” photo contest open to all residents of the Shuswap. Get out your camera and enter to win a prize for the most interesting or bizarre place someone is reading. Send a high-resolution photo of an individual, or group, to caughtreading2013@gmail.com. Participants can also enter by posting a photo on the Word on the Lake Facebook page. Be sure to include the name or names of the people caught reading. The deadline for entries is April 15. Winners will be announced at the festival’s “Saturday Night Loose” event on May 25. The Sixth Annual Kidswrite Young Writers’ contest is now open as well. The 2012 contest drew more than 200 entries. Twenty-four talented writers received awards at the Shuswap Festival of Writers and presented their poems

and stories. The new festival name this year is: “Word on the Lake” a festival for readers and writers. There are no fees to enter the contest or to attend awards day; however organizers believe parents and teachers would be inspired by the full weekend festival of presentations by accomplished authors. Students are asked not to re-submit entries from previous years, and to keep a copy of their work. The names of all students who have entered will be posted at the festival, along with school names. Each year judges give hours of their time carefully reading the entries, their work is crucial. Winning students will be advised prior to awards day and are encouraged to take their poems and stories to the festival in order to read them. Awards will be presented at 3:45 p.m. Saturday, May 25 at the Prestige Harbourfront Resort and Convention Centre. Winners and their families are asked to arrive by 3:30 p.m. Guidelines have changes somewhat from last year. Obtain

and follow the contest entry guidelines posted at www.saow.ca. A cover page for each entry is required, with a sample page available on the website. Awards aside, this year’s festival features several interesting workshops: • Poet laureate George Bowering - poetry, fiction, humour. • Lucas Myers - theatre • Anthony Dalton adventure • Mike McCardell humour • Shelagh Jamieson - editor • Blu & Kelly Hopkins - lyrics, music • Garry Gottfriedson - poetry • Jacqueline Guest young adult • Andreas Schroeder - short story Daniel Wood - freelance writer, Scott Fitzgerald Gray - fantasy • Eileen Cook - romance • Mona Fertig - publisher. The festival features a Friday evening coffee house and a full day of presentations and workshops Saturday, including a networking luncheon and evening “extravaganza.” A Sunday morning breakfast is followed by more workshops at Okanagan College’s

Salmon Arm campus. Online registration is available until May 19. Ten bursaries of $100 are available. For details, call 250-8323028 or visit www. saow.ca.


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New fans celebrate old tradition Neo-Medieval super group Corvus Corax – known by passionate fans around the world as the ‘kings of minstrels’ – will bring their legendary show, including fantastic costumes and the largest hurdy gurdy in the world to Salmon Arm. The story of Corvus Corax and the group’s quest for the lost musical tradition of the medieval minstrel began in 1989 East Germany by members Castus Rabensang and Wim Venustus. Upon escaping from the former German Democratic Republic, the pair began busking in the streets, often performing with jugglers and acrobats of the street performer’s underground. By aspiring to relive the life of travelling minstrels in this genuine way, the band hoped to discover the musical practices of medieval secular music. Continuously seeking authenticity, Corvus Corax began touring with larger ensembles of seven or eight musicians. Venues for the concerts during that time were almost exclusively historical places, halls, castles, and medieval

spectacles like the Kaltenberger Ritterturnier, the largest jousting tournament in the world. Europe-wide Corvus Corax performed on the Marcus Square during Venice Carnival, before the Pope’s Palace during the Festival d’Avignon, and other places where the minstrels of yore would likely have played. After seven years of exploration, the band’s perception of medieval authenticity began to change. Like their predecessors, the minstrels of 1,000 years ago who used whatever melodies, rhythms and instruments came their way as they roamed Europe, the musicians of Corvus Corax began to examine the influences of contemporary music on their own practice. Using fragments of medieval secular music found in old writings, they began reworking them, employing modern arrangements and electrical amplification of traditional medieval instruments, to forge a new sound. The four bagpipe players and three percussionists have thus helped define a new genre – neo-medieval

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tacular show to the 21st annual Roots and Blues Festival, which runs Aug. 18 to 20 at the fairgrounds. – which unites visual spectacle and medieval music with the hypnotic dance rhythms of contemporary music. The band’s concert activities have exploded and now include clubs, major concert halls, and festivals. These concerts have culminated in the Cantus Buranas project that includes a 150-piece ensemble of choir, orchestra, and soloists, they created an epic new setting for texts and music from the medieval manuscript Carmina Burana. Corvus Corax keeps enlarging its vision and has started its next period of life with the just

released album Sverker, finding inspiration in the ancient musical traditions of the Vikings and Celts. Corvus Corax joins a stellar lineup of Roots and Blues performers,

with many more yet to be released. Visit www. rootsandblues.ca for information, or to buy tickets for the three-day festival. Earlybird tickets are available until the end of May.

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Free waste disposal College group still reviewing Gather up your metal drop off metal items and organic waste. such as fridges, stoves, purchase of Jackson site The Columbia Shus- water and dryers, metal wap Regional District will host their annual six-week organic and metal waste disposal event at CSRD landfill and transfer stations from Saturday, April 13 to Saturday, May 25. During regular operating hours, residents will be permitted to

After asking whether the Okanagan College would have the means to potentially purchase the site of the former JL Jackson School, the school district will wait a little longer for an answer. School board chair Bobbi Johnson told the board at Tuesday’s regular meeting that a group, which included representatives from Okanagan College, the City

doors and siding – free of charge. Organic material includes basic yard waste from residential properties including leaves, prunings, weed and tree limbs up to eight inches in diameter. A $15 charge will be levied on any item that requires freon removal.

of Salmon Arm and the Downtown Campus Committee, had asked for an extension until April 5 to determine if they can put together financing for the property. The Downtown Campus Committee has selected the former JL Jackson School site as the preferred option for an expanded Okanagan College campus in the city.

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Norbert Lazarus, Your German Painter - Master’s business owner, is not a regular painter like many others. Norbert started as an apprentice in 1973 in Germany, and after three years, he went to a special painter school where he got his Master’s Degree in Painting. He has worked in countries like SaudiArabia and Egypt as painter supervisor, and since 2007 he has worked for big companies where he has been responsible for very exclusive buildings. Now, Norbert has his own company, which started last year and has moved to the Shuswap area. With more than 35 years as a painter, you can expect very fast, precise, and truly professional work; Norbert does every kind of painting and he also is an expert in professional wallpaper hanging. You can contact him at 778-220-2776 or email him at: norbertlazarus@ gmail.com

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Terrific career Opportunity with outstanding growth potential to learn how to locate rail defects. No Rail Experience Needed!! Skills Needed - Ability to travel 3 months at a time, Valid License w/ air brake endorsement. Extensive Paid Travel, Meal Allowance, 4 weeks Vacation and Benefits Package. Compensation based on prior driving experience. Apply at www.sperryrail.com under careers, keyword Driver. DO NOT FILL IN CITY OR STATE

Lost & Found FOUND: Jeep keys on Betty Boop key chain Sat. March 9. Can be picked up at the Salmon Arm Observer LOST: Car Key out of Electronic ignition starter in the Askews DT parking lot 250833-5772 Lost: Dodge keys with a Braby motors tag near Rec Centre 250-804-0980 LOST: Fluffy, brown Tabby/Maine Coon at the end of February in the Industrial Park area. Answers to Charlie (250)833-7726

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Floyd Adams On behalf of the families of the late Floyd Adams, we would like to thank everyone for their support during his illness with phone calls, cards, visits and emails. Special thanks to Randy for keeping the driveway plowed during the many snowy days, Dr. Trow and the nursing staff on level 2 for their care of Floyd, especially during his difficult days. Also thanks to Jack Bowers, Malcolm Graham and the Legion Veterans’ Honour Guard for their kind words and to his daughter Alaine for a wonderful eulogy. Floyd leaves a big empty space in our hearts and the community he loved to serve, especially the Little White Church in Notch Hill. May he rest inpeace.

Obituaries

Obituaries

LARRY ALLEN DYCK It is with profound sadness that we announce the sudden death of Larry Allen Dyck on March 16, 2013 at the age of 66. Larry was born on January 1, 1947 in Gladstone, Manitoba. Being from the prairies, there was always a special place in Larry’s heart for hockey, curling and agriculture. Larry was a standout defenseman for the Brandon Wheat Kings in the 1960s and the sport was a passionate pursuit throughout his life. Larry knew that sports were not what matters most in this world, though, and at the age of 18, Larry committed his life to Jesus Christ and chose his lifelong vocation of being a pastor. To that end, he earned bachelors and masters degrees in divinity at Providence College in Otterburne, MB. In 1968, he caught the eye of one Marilyn Lepp. They were married in August of 1969 and went on to enjoy 43 years of marriage. In the 1970s, Larry served as a pastor in churches in Birch Hills SK, Swan River MB and Winnipeg. In 1977, Larry and family relocated from Winnipeg to Salmon Arm, after being smitten with the beauty of the Shuswap. Larry was the pastor of First Baptist Church (now Shuswap Community Church) from 1977 to 1991 and from 1996 to 2005. Since 2010, he served as the pastor of Faith Baptist Church in Vernon. Larry devoted himself fully to the well-being and spiritual growth of the many who attended the churches he led over the years, and he remained invested in the lives of many of them right up until the day of his death. Larry is predeceased by his parents, Peter and Margaret Dyck. Larry is survived by his wife Marilyn, of Salmon Arm. His is also survived by his son Jeff and daughter-in-law Jessica of Surrey, and children Amelia, Simon and Paul. As well, his daughter Janine and children Josiah, Kaley and Hunter of Vernon and his sister Dorothy of Brandon, Manitoba. Larry took great delight in his children and grandchildren and took every opportunity to spend time with them in recent years. Donations in Larry’s memory may be made to World Evangelization for Christ (WEC) at www.weccanada.org, or to the charity of their choice. The funeral service will be held at Shuswap Community Church, 3151 6th Avenue NE, at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 23. Interment will follow in Mt. Ida Cemetery, with a reception back in the Church. Online condolences may be sent through Larry’s obituary at www.bowersfuneralservice.com. Funeral arrangements are in the care of Bowers Funeral Home, Salmon Arm.

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JOHN (BILL) WILLIAM KEOWN 1936-2013 Bill Keown passed away peacefully at Hillside Village on Thursday morning March 14, 2013 with family at his side. Bill was a devoted husband to the love of his life Joan Keown. They were together always for 53 years. Bill will be greatly missed by his wife Joan and his son Chuck (Candi) and was was pre-deceased by his daughter Brenda. Survived by grandchildren Pascal, Trevor, Brooke, Josh and Olivia his brothers Dudley (Norma), Ken, Eugene (Virginia) and sister Marge (Barry). He will also be missed greatly by his in-laws Faye, Linda (Phil) and Larry and numerous nieces and nephews, also all his close friends from Sorrento BC and extended family the Wrenkos. Bill was a longtime resident and business owner in Grande Prairie AB and made many great partnerships and friendships throughout the years. 30 years ago Bill and Joan moved to Sorrento BC to begin retirement which did not last long before Bill got a job driving school bus and helping out in the shop which he did with great pride for 10 plus years. Bill often commented that driving school bus was the most rewarding job he ever had and missed it greatly when he retired. When Bill retired from bus driving he devoted himself to caring for his wife Joan and keeping busy around his house in Sorrento. Early in 2013 Bill and Joan both moved into Hillside Village and spent many days holding hands and enjoying each others company while watching television. It was a scene that would warm your heart seeing the immense love they felt for each other. A funeral service was held on Monday, March 18, 2013 at 1:00 pm at Bowers Funeral Home, Salmon Arm BC. A reception followed the service allowing time for family and friends to continue sharing memories A special thank you to Kim Hartman (Bill and Joan’s niece) for doing the eulogy for the service and to Bowers for their professionalism during this time. The Family would also like to thank the staff at Hillside Village for their ability and willingness to treat Bill and Joan with the dignity, respect and compassion that only comes from truly loving people, the family is forever grateful. Online condolences can be sent through Bill’s obituary at www.bowersfuneralservice.com Funeral arrangements are in the care of Bowers Funeral Service, Salmon Arm, BC.


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Help Wanted Are you looking for a great new career opportunity? We are seeking a live-in attendant for an Independent Living facility located in beautiful Salmon Arm. This mature individual should have hospitality experience, great people skills, a passion for service excellence and the skills to manage and maintain quality within an Independant Living facility. email: arborlodgeinfo@gmail.com Need strong person with P/U truck to haul away yard and household trash 250-832-3587

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Help Wanted CANADA’S LOG PEOPLE of 100 Mile House BC is looking for log home builders. Email resume to: office@canadaslogpeople.com Call 250-791-5222 or fax 250791-5598. Cherry Sorters, Pickers & Pruners required $10.25/hr. February 11 - November 30. Sorting at 991 Salmon River Road, Salmon Arm, BC; Picking at Oyama, BC & Area. Apply with online form @ www.kalwoodfarms.com DO you have a mechanical aptitude? This is a clean indoor job that might interest you. (250)804-8840 Early Childhood Development Co-Ordinator 14 hrs/week. www.shuswapchildrens.ca for Job description. Deadline March 22/2013

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QUALIFIED TRADES PERSON – CARPENTER Under the supervision of Manager of Facilities, provides trained carpentry services to the School district in the areas of Maintenance and renovation of physical plants. QUALIFICATIONS: Certification as a journeyman as set out in the B.C. Apprenticeship Act for Carpentry T.Q., or equivalent Interprovincial Technical Qualifications preferably combined with Locksmith certification; Three years’ working experience as a tradesperson in maintenance within the specified trades; Working knowledge of related maintenance trades connected with physical plant servicing, preferably with some joinery certification or experience; Demonstrated ability to take direction, carry out assigned duties independently; and work as part of a team with other trades persons; Demonstrated physical ability to perform assigned duties (including climbing ladders and scaffolds); Working knowledge of other related maintenance trades connected with physical plant servicing; Have a good working knowledge of the National Building Code of B.C. and be proficient in reading and interpreting blueprints; Hold a valid B.C. Driver’s License. This is a temporary Union. Salary is $27.89 per hour. Effective date and length of term is to be determined. Please submit applications and resumes to School District #83, attention Darlene Chambers, Human Resources Officer, Box 129, Salmon Arm, B.C. V1E 4N2 or fax 250-832-9428 by April 5, 2013.

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Harvesting Supervisor

Canoe Forest Products Ltd., located near Salmon Arm BC has an immediate fulltime opening within the Woodlands Department for a Harvesting Supervisor. Reporting directly to the Woods Manager, the successful candidate will be responsible for all aspects of Timber Harvesting and Road Maintenance operations. This position requires a self-motivated individual with excellent organizational, communication and leadership skills. The ideal candidate will be a graduate from a recognized Forestry Program and be eligible for registration with the Association of BC Forest Professionals. A minimum five (5) years’ experience with interior harvesting systems, log scaling, safety and environmental programs is required. Canoe Forest Products Ltd. offers a competitive salary and benefits package based on experience and qualifications. If you possess the skills and qualifications for this position, please submit your resume with cover letter, in confidence, by April 15, 2013 to: Human Resources Department Canoe Forest Products Ltd. Box 70 Canoe BC V0E 1K0 E: hr@canoefp.com F: 250-833-1211 Canoe Forest Products thanks all applicants for their interest; however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

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Medical Health LPN (Licensed Pratical Nurse) will provide private care. Salmon Arm Area 250-253-5087

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Home Improvements 15 boxes of solid Goodfellow Pacific Ash semi gloss 3/4x31/4 solid wood hardwood flooring. Each box covers 20sq.ft. $60/box 778-489-2844

Landscaping 250-309-2751 Double Diamond Landscape Maintenance *Lawn maintenance *Garden care *Hedge and small tree pruning *Spring and Fall Clean up * Commercial sites. email dddiamond@shaw.ca Call Martin @250-309-2751 Spring cleanup. Hedge tree repair. Lawn Care. Haul Away. Brian 250-832-7660

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Pets & Livestock

Feed & Hay A horse quality orchardgrass, 2nd crop $5 , & 1st crop $4 Al Fritzel (250)832-9070 ALFALFA/grass 1st cut, small squares, 1 rain, good feed, $2/bale J.Lepine (250)832-2962 Alfalfa Grass Hay 1st Crop $4 2nd $6 65lb bales Volume discounts 250-832-2455 Excellent 2nd & 3rd crop, grass hay, nutrient analysis avail. 250-546-6158. GRASS/ALFALFA 1st crop $4.50, 2nd crop $6.25, last years hay $3.50, straw $4.00, oat hay $3.50. good for horses (250)832-4160 (250)803-8298 Shavings or sawdust 150 yard loads.Cedar or Fir.Bark mulch. Delivered. 1 (250)8386630

MARCH 23 & 24, 8-4 p.m. 6672 Ranchero Dr. Furnit, household items, toys & more. Saturday Mar 23 9-2 1941 15th st SE Household items Shuswap Lake Health Care Auxiliary 10th Annual Garage, Bake & Book Sale. Friday Mar. 22, 5pm-8pm Saturday Mar. 23 9am-4pm in The Mall at Piccadilly Proceeds go towards the purchase of equipment for our hospital. All proceeds stay in Salmon Arm. For info call Barb (250)832-3105

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 20’ American shuffle board, solid wood $1000., 4x8 slate bar pool table $500., Arctic snow plow $2000., Weider weight bench $50., (250)2530509 2 beige loveseats, paisley pattern, good condition $200. each obo (250)675-3463 Acorn stair lift like new 12 steps length paid $4000 asking $2000 250-8326197

Financial Services

BIG BUILDING sale... “”This is a clearance sale. You don’t want to miss!”” 20x20 $3,985. 25x24 $4,595. 30x36 $6,859. 35x48 $11,200. 40x52 $13,100. 47x76 $18,265. One End wall included. Pioneer Steel 1-800-668-5422. www.pioneersteel.ca COUCH-chair-$75.China cab. top-$40. D/W-$20. Small cabinet-$20. Shed 7x10-$300. BBQ-$200 (250)804-8438 FRAMUS 5-string resonator banjo, mint condition with hard shell case.$350 6-STRING acoustic guitar, amazing volume and sound, beautiful wood, built in pickup, complete with hard shell case. $475 ALLAN and Heath 16 Channel mixer, high-end British built, lots of effects. $650

Phone 250-833-1976 or 250-517-8087

SAWMILLS FROM only $3997 - Make money & save money with your own bandmill - Cut lumber any dimension. In stock ready to ship. Free Info & DVD: www.NorwoodSaw mills.com/400OT 1-800-566-6899 Ext:400OT. SCREW-IN CAULK (CORK) BOOTS men’s size 12, Canadian made, heavy duty black rubber boots with leather tops, barely used. $100. 250-832-2350. STEEL BUILDINGS/metal buildings 60% off! 20x28, 30x40, 40x62, 45x90, 50x120, 60x150, 80x100 sell for balance owed! Call 1-800-4572206 or visit us online at: www.crownsteelbuildings.ca

Financial Services

Merchandise for Sale

Merchandise for Sale

Rentals

Rentals

Misc. for Sale

Free Items

Apt/Condo for Rent

Misc for Rent

WOMEN’S HIKING BOOTS Scarpa hiking boots size 41 European, (size 9 to 9 1/2 N American), lots of tread remaining. $30. 250-832-2350. WORKGARD STEEL-TOED BOOTS men’s size 10, tan brown, virtually brand new, Canadian made, oil & acid resistant sole. $35. 250-832-2350.

FREE: semi-tame cats, would make perfect barn cats, spayed & neutered. Call Pat (250)515-6016

Bright, spacious 2 bedroom apartments Close to town, family owned & operated. Includes F/S, DW, A/C, H/W & HEAT, NS, NP. Available Mar. 1st $825/mo. (250)803-1694

2 Bedroom, 1 Bath Condo in Salmon Arm 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath + Den 4 plex in Salmon Arm

Misc. Wanted

For Sale By Owner 4BDRM. updated home, .5acre, pool, hot tub, 1 car garage, breezeway, Hillcrest area $425,000. (250)833-0332

ENDERBY clean, quiet 1bdrm, fully furn, Starting at $550 all inclusive, (250)838-9394

Houses For Sale

LAKEVIEW MANOR Beautiful fully furn. Apts. Viewing Shuswap Lake & McGuire Park. Close to all amenities in quiet adult NS, NP building starting at $700-$825/mo. + Hydro Ref req’d (250)833-9148

Local Coin Collector Buying Collections, Accumulations, Olympic Gold & Silver Coins + Coin Guy: 778-281-0030 MOORAGE Wanted for a 22’ Pontoon boat near Salmon Arm 250-833-8451 PURCHASING old Canadian & American coin collections & accumulations. 250-548-3670 WANTED: Older vinyl records from 1950’s-1960’s, coins & oil company items (250)804-2970 WANTED: Used kayak or small aluminum boat (250)517-8087

Care-free living! 2 bedroom, 2 bath + den townhouse with a garage. All one level. Overlooks green space and has a lovely porch area. New flooring, paint, fridge, stove and water heater. $215,000. Call (250)832-6765

Musical Instruments

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FRAMUS 5-string resonator banjo, mint condition with hard shell case. $350 6-STRING acoustic guitar, amazing volume and sound, beautiful wood, built in pickup, complete with hard shell case. $475 ALLAN and Heath 16 Channel mixer, high-end British built, lots of effects. $650

Mortgages TEKAMAR MORTGAGES

Serving the Columbia-Shuswap since 1976. Rates Consistently better than banks

(250)832-8766

Toll free 1-800-658-2345

Rentals Apt/Condo for Rent

Stainless steel double kitchen sink 250-803-0412

1BDRM. across from Askews DT W/D, parking, Call Colin (1-604)858-8176 or Jeremy (1250)253-2404 Avail Apr. 1st 2BDRM avail April 1 NS, NP, kids welcome $750/mo + util. . 191 4th St. SE (250)804-9627 DANBURY MANOR 791 Okanagan Ave. completely reno’d 1bdrm., $700. NS NP Call Robin (250)833-5458

Excavating & Drainage

Excavating & Drainage

Phone 250-833-1976 or 250-517-8087

OLDER upright piano, offers (250)832-9256

Free Items

Mobile Homes & Pads MARA: 2bdrm. mobile, addition, deck, creekside, new floors, electric & plumbing, f/s/w/d/ac, elec. heat, $700/mo. + DD (250)838-7670

Commercial/ Industrial

Homes for Rent

650 SQFT shop in Industrial Park, infloor heat, hydro, taxes inc. $650/mo. (250)804-8840

2 Balconies! Executive 3 Bdrm Lovely lakeview home in an adult only High end community. 2 levels. 1500 sq. ft on each floor. NS NP $1400/mo plus util & DD ref’s req’d. 250-832-3864

Houses For Sale

Houses For Sale

2-2000sqft. shops & 21000sqft. shops close to Mellor’s Store (250)832-3829

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Professionally Beautifying Properties for Over 27 Years. • Rock Walls • Utility Services • Site Prep • Terracing • Drainage • Pools

www.dandeglan.com 981 - 16th Street N.E., Salmon Arm V1E 2V2

250-832-0707

Pet Services

Pet Services

PET GROOMING With Michelle

Monday to Friday

All Breeds including Cats & Large Dogs

HAVANESE / BICHON frise puppies, vet checked & shots, del avail. $550. (250)804-6848 N&T CANINE CARE Daycare, boarding, grooming. Visit our webpage: www.nandtcaninecare.ca 250-835-0136

Appointments necessary. 271A Trans-Can. Hwy. N.E. (across from KFC) • 250-832-0604

Help Wanted

Help Wanted

Garden & Lawn

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Cook Prep Cook/Dishwasher Banquet Servers Servers Bartenders

Call AL BINGHAM (250)804-6216

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Help Wanted

Real Estate

Front Desk Agents Housekeeping Golf Shop Sales Associates Golf Guest Services Grounds Maintenance

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Beautiful home in adult (55+) park! #19 - 5161 63rd Ave. N.E., Canoe

Includes new fridge, ceramic top stove, D/W, W/D, newer furnace and central A/C, new laminate and carpet flooring, new gas hot water heater, metal roof with skylights, carport, 2 garden sheds, electrically inspected and re-certified, 3 bedrooms with 10’x40’ covered deck, extremely private and quiet in garden-like setting. Will sell for LESS than 2013 property assessment. $47,000 for quick sale, immediate possession. Please call (250) 832-4817 or (250) 832-8869 and leave message.

Misc. for Sale

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Rentals

Homes for Rent

Suites, Lower

Cars - Domestic

2BDRM., 1000sqft., 500sqft shop carport, view, 5appl NS, ND, $800/mo. (250)517-8065 2bdrm 2bth 15 min to SA NS, No Parties, $1000/mo+util. working couple desired, avail mid April (250)835-2170 3Bdrm + Den 1 1/2 baths, top level, Hillcrest, quiet pet OK, garage, large deck, 3 appl. Own hydro meter shared laundry NS Avail Apr 16 $1300 250-833-2129 AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY !!! Beautiful main floor of NEW house for rent in Kamloops. Private home on cul-de-sac, private back yard, garage, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, private laundry, vaulted ceiling, large deck, modern interior. $1,800 month, no pets. This home is a must-see. email cfaint@live.ca or phone 250372-3132 to view. CHASE: modern 3bdrm., 2.5bath, 5appl./central vac, enc. 2 car grg., large sundeck. Walk to beach Avail. Apr 1, $1000/mo. discount for long term lease (250)679-3695 (250)318-1393 Executive home, top level, 3bdrm, 1bath,5appl. N/S,N/P, covered carport, close to all amenities, on bus route. $1350/mo. incl utilities, refs & D/D reqâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d. Call 250-832-7659

LARGE fully renoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d 1bdrm. level entry, quiet area near college, private drive, gas fp, w/d hookup, suitable for mature working single $750/mo. until. incl. (250)833-6754 RANCHERO/Mellorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Store area: 2bdrm. $750/mo. + utils. avail. now, NP, W/D/F/S & parking. (250)546-3717

2003 CTS Cadillac driven by white haired lady to Starbucks 131,000km $10,900. obo ALSO 1999 Saturn 3dr. coupe 93,000km $2900. obo both with since new service records (250)833-5585

Suites, Upper 2BDRM, 2bath in Gleneden, 2floors, 800sqft per level, 6appl., in floor heat, garage/workshop, NS, NP, very private, yard & garden, $1000/mo. util. incl. avail Apr.1 (250)832-6975 (250)517-7674 3BDRM., 1.5bath, $800/mo + $250/mo. utilitites, incl. water, gas, power, sat. tv, garbage p/u, NS, 15km to SA, avail. May 1st (250)832-5376

Townhouses 2BDRM., downtown SA, W/D, F/S, DW, AC $825/mo., DD, NS, NP, refâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s req., avail. April 1st, (250)832-6991 Large 2 Bdrm fresh paint new floors all appl incl W/D parking and deck 250-804-6216

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NEWER 2000sq 5bed: 2bed upstairs 3bed down, 3bath.walking dist. to lake/beach. A/C, fridge,stove,15min from town $1450.mo Sunnybrae. Avail-now. no smoking. no pets preferred 250938-2941 email Lee_bull@msn.com showing Sundays only

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NEWER 3bdrm. double wide w/large addition & appliances, located on large acreage in Blind Bay - Notch Hill area. $1000/mo. Large shop near property could also be rented. Call Terry (250)804-6132 NEWLY renoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d great for family, 3bdrm, 2car parking, 4appl., AC, near elem. school, store & beach, NS, NP, $800/mo + DD (250)833-4332 SORRENTO Newly renovated 3+bdrm, 2bath, W/D, lakeview, near beach, town, schools avail. Mar. 1, $1050/mo + util. DD req. (250)803-1081 could be a short term rental SUNNYBRAE, 2 bdrm + den, 5 appli/wood stove, private acreage, energy efficient home, unique, 2 blocks from lake, pets neg, $900/month May 1st 250-835-8236 TAPPEN 2Bdrm up 1 down WD lots of parking acreage $1200 Util incl. R.V. campsites avil. May 250-835-8588 TAPPEN: 3bdrm., 1.5bath, 4 outbuildings on 5.5acres, AC, NS, pets neg., 5appl., 12 min to SA, avail. May1, $1600/mo. + util. (250)803-6475

2005 Diesel Smart car & 2006 Dodge 3/4 ton $10,000/ea. OBO 250-675-2592 2010 Honda Civic EX-L 4 door sedan. 75,000 kms, all HWY driven, fully loaded, moon roof, air, tilt, cruise,heated leather seats, protective clear hood covering, alloy wheels, 4 snow tires on rims, alarm, cd player, usb plugs, p/s, p/w, p/l, p/m, heated mirrors. Excellent condition, no accidents, all service records. Must sell. $14,000. 250-8034629

Rooms for Rent

Trucks & Vans 1995 Ford F150 short box super cab $2500. (250)253-0509

Rooms for rent in Enderby. $375/mo plus DD No Pets 250-838-0587

2003 FORD F 150 4X4 Triton V8 5.4 l runs but needs work $3000 OBO 250-833-0616

1BDRM new, large, bright, open concept. lots of parking large yard Util incl. NS small pet ok $900 text 250-804-4974 1 bedroom. 1 person. Includes w/d, f/s, utilities, satellite. Nonsmoker. No pets. References. Near Field of Dreams. $625/month. 250-832- 8099. 1 Bedroom + Den Bsmt suite. 900sqft near Bastion school. Large bedroom, walk-in closet, full bath, large kitchen/dining area. $850 incl utilities. NS (250) 517-9617 1BRM bright level entry near dt ns np w/d dw util cab wifi incl $750 (250)832-5919 2BDRM., 5appl., near 4 schools, rink, NS, NP, back yard, a/c $900/mo. incl. util.+ DD, avail. now (250)295-5498 2bdrm suite, private entrance, utils. and cable inc. Near schools and rec centre. $950/mo. Avail. April 1. (250)832-8550 BLIND Bay 1bdrm available now. Walk-out suite. Utils. included. $700/mo DD & Refâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s req. N/P, N/S (250)675-2710 Brand New 2Bdrm Bright 1block to college, own laundry $900+util 250-833-2796

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Cars - Sports & Imports

ROOM for rent in large farm house $400/mo + DD, On bus route that stops on Wed to go into town. Nice/Quiet and private. Call 250-832-7710 for inquiries or email: katejfulton@gmail.com

Suites, Lower

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1998 Toyota Sienna 7 Pass. 280,700 Kms. $2800. Runs Great No rust 250-832-8877

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GMC SIERRA 1500, 2002 4X4 pick-up. Ext. cab, 5.3L V8. Clean, reliable, well maint., no accidents, full load, heated leather seats, A/C, CD, AM/FM., remote start, on star cap., rocker panels, nerf bars, box rails. $8750. O.B.O. Call Steve-oh eve. (250) 804-1728

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2001 Buick Century Ltd, great cond., leather, loaded, all access. working, winter & summer tires incl. $3800. (250)832-3334 after 6pm

1999 Sports Malibu 20 1/2â&#x20AC;&#x2122; New motor C/W trailer $13,500 OBO 250-675-2592

Legal Notices

Legal Notices

IN THE MATTER OF WAREHOUSEMANâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S LIENS ACT Super Self Storage 4750 40th Avenue SE, Salmon Arm, BC Claims a Warehousemanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Lien against the following persons. If not paid in full on or before date stated, the goods will be sold or disposed of April 13, 2013 JOSEPH COWLES RICHARD PAQUETTE

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When two people appeared to be snorting something off a piece of paper just before 11 p.m. in Vernon’s Walmart parking lot, the curious onlooker decided to tell the RCMP about it. Police responded to the call, and an officer was able to locate the suspect vehicle driving southbound in the 3200 block of 27th Street. The driver of the truck was identified as a 32-year-old man from the Salmon Arm area. “He was found to be in possession of 111 grams of cocaine powder, 1.9 grams of heroin, 1.4 grams of marijuana, four cell phones and a jamming device,” said Vernon RCMP spokesperson Gord Molendyk. The jamming device, he explained, helps jam police radios and cellular phones. The Shuswap man was taken into custody and was expected to appear in Vernon Provincial Court Monday to face drug-related charges.

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Four ways to keep putting your best food forward HealtHy bites

Serena Caner This year’s nutrition month theme is Best Food Forward: plan, shop, cook, enjoy! We all know we should be eating less processed food. While most of us like the idea of eating home-cooked meals, sometimes actually cooking them seems like a lot of work. Here are some tips to help you out:

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Offer available until May 6, 2013, to residential customers, where line of sight permits, who have not subscribed to TELUS TV, Internet or home phone service in the past 90 days. Not available to residents of multi-dwelling units. Minimum system requirements apply. Final eligibility for the services will be determined by a TELUS representative at the point of installation. TELUS reserves the right to modify channel lineups and packaging, and regular pricing, without notice. HDTV input equipped television is required to receive HD. HD channels provided through the Bell TV satellite network. *Includes Basic Package. Regular bundled rate (currently $32.90/mo.) begins on month 7. Monthly rates include a $3 digital service fee, a $5 bundle discount and a fee required by the CRTC as a contribution to the Local Programming Improvement Fund (LPIF). See telus.com/satellitetv-lpif. Taxes extra. Not available with other promotions. †Current rental rates apply at the end of the service agreement. A cancellation fee applies to the early termination of a service agreement, and will be $10 multiplied by the number of months remaining in the term. ‡PVR capabilities subject to and limited by applicable laws. TELUS, TELUS Satellite TV, the TELUS logo and the future is friendly are trademarks of TELUS Corporation, used under licence. © 2013 TELUS.


Salmon Arm Observer, March 20, 2013  

March 20, 2013 edition of the Salmon Arm Observer

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