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The tables had to be sturdy to hold all the food at the 36th annual Kettle Wildlife Association banquet last Saturday night and yet there was more than enough food left over for anyone interested in going back for a second helping. There was a wide variety of game and domestic meat plus potatoes, veggies and another two tables set up with desserts. The club hosts two dinners each year – the game banquet and a spaghetti dinner in the fall – but the banquet is considered by many to be a rite of spring in the West Boundary. Trophies were presented this year to: Junior Mule Deer – Emily Stewart, 143-6/8 Junior Whitetail – Tanner Watson, 116 Junior Trout – Caitlin Best, 2 lbs. 2 oz. Junior Whitefish – Courtney Best, 1 lb Non-Typical Mule Deer – Calvin Metcalf, 142-2/8 Type Whitetail – Harley Stewart, 122-5/8 Typical Mule Deer – Dave

A perfect menu for 9½ month old Cianna Lindquist at the wild game banquet last weekend – applesauce, squash and elk is spooned in by mother Rebecca while she is held by Kena Manson.

Hoenderop, 117-4/8 Elk – Guy Owens, 306-4/8 Moose – Les Best, 149 Goat – Rose Boltz, 49-6/8 Ladies Biggest Buck (Whitetail) – Rose Boltz, 95-6/8 Senior Deer – Rose Boltz, 146-6/8 Senior Grouse – Rose Boltz, 3 lbs. There will be an outdoor archery shoot on April 6 and 7. Contact Wilf Lindquist at 250-446-2646 for more information.

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Trap shooting practices are held on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 1 p.m., with the first big event of the season on the trap side being the PITA Doubles on June 12. The executive for 2013-2014 is: president – Ron Cooper; vice-president – Wilf Lindquist; secretary – Paul Vasseu; treasurer – Carol Johnston. One-year directors are Geoff Fern, Dave Hesketh and Guy Owens. Two-year directors are Andrea Kohler, Ken Hesketh and Cecelia Bryan. Turn to page 11 for more photos.

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Saturday, March 23: Greenwood Legion Easter Meat Draw, 3 p.m. sharp, draws for turkeys and hams. Everyone welcome. Saturday, March 23: 2nd annual Midway Bazaar & Craft Sale at Midway Ice Rink from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Info 250-449-6804. Proceeds to Midway Ice Rink. Saturday, March 30: Kettle River Lion’s Easter dinner starts at 5 p.m. at the Rock Creek Fall Fair Pavilion. No tickets needed and children are welcome. Month of March: Kettle River Woodcraft customer appreciation, 15% off all clothing, any purchase will enter you for a $50 gift certificate. Thursday, April 11: Boundary Minor Hockey AGM & Awards Banquet. Pot luck at the Midway Community Hall. Doors at 5:30, dinner at 6. Saturday, April 20: Riverside Artists invite you to an Art Show 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at Rock Creek Fairgrounds. Cost per table/space is $10 for non-members. Demos and mini workshops to kick off Arts and Culture Week! Info hawthornart.ca@gmail.com , fossenair@telus. net , or annrexin@hotmail.com or 250-446-2409. Through April 30: Volunteer Tax Preparation Clinic. Tuesdays 6:307:30 p.m. @ Selkirk College Room 1 and Wednesdays 1-3 p.m. @ 174 Market Avenue, Room 1.

REGULAR EVENTS: Mondays: Rock Creek Guiding Unit from 3:30 to 5. Info Linda Sheppard 250-445-6718. Mondays: Midway Art Club meets from 2 - 4 p.m. Info 250-449-2673. Mondays: Pokino at the Greenwood Seniors Centre, starts at 1 p.m. Mondays: Legion drop in crib at the Greenwood Legion 7 PM start. $3 for the evening. Mondays: Community Learning Place from 10 to noon, twice a month for help with basic computer use, iPhone, Math, Writing, or Reading. For a complete schedule, drop by the library or visit greenwood.bclibrary.ca Monday - Saturday: Drop-in social at the Greenwood Seniors Centre, Mon/Wed/Fri - 9-11 a.m., Tues/Thurs/Sat - 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Monday & Thursdays: Free Yoga Classes, 6 – 7:30 pm at Greenwood Elementary. Must register with Selkirk College. For more info call Diane 250-445-6364 Mondays and Thursdays – March 18 to April 11: Dr. John McDougall’s total health solution for the 21st Century. Rock Creek Medical Centre, 10:30 a.m. to noon. March 25 – “Planning Successful Meals”; March 28 – “Effortless Weight Loss”. Info 250-446-2522 or 250-446-2517. First & Third Monday: Midway Village Council meeting; 6:30 p.m. with a delegation or 7 p.m. if none. First & Third Monday: The Bridge Drop-in Centre in Midway is open

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from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. First Monday: Greenwood Seniors Centre meeting at 2 p.m. Info: 250-445-2290. Second Monday: The Bri dge Drop-in Centre sorting day 10-2 p.m. All helpers are appreciated. Second & Fourth Monday: Greenwood City Council meeting at 7 p.m. Third Monday: Bridesville Women’s Institute meets at 11 am. Info: 446-2210 or 446-2121. Third Monday: Frolicking Fancies – the Greenwood Red Hat Ladies Group meet monthly in Greenwood. Information Francine 250-4456734; or Shirley 250-445-9908. Third Monday: Discover Rock Creek Society meets in the WBES library at 6:30. Last Monday: Kettle River Recreation Commission meets at the Rock Creek Trading Post at 7 p.m. Info: 250-446-2624. Tuesdays: AA Meetings at McArthur Centre in Greenwood at 8:00 pm. Tuesdays - Feb 26 - Apr 30: Bible Study – The Last Seven Sayings of Jesus from 7-8 p.m. at the Rock Creek Medical Centre. Tuesdays & Thursdays: Taekwondo 6-7 p.m. West Boundary Elementary Gym. $55 for uniform; lessons are free. Instructor Bo Macfarlane. Tuesdays and Thursdays: Kettle River Art Club meets from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. In McArthur Centre. First Tuesday: Elks #493 monthly meeting at the Slavonic Hall in Grand Forks at 7pm. Info: 250-442-2856 or 250-442-4276. Second Tuesday: Greenwood Board of Trade meets at 7 p.m. upstairs at City Hall. Third Tuesday: Kettle Valley Wildlife Association meets at the range in Rock Creek at 7 pm. Wednesdays: Boundary Guiding Unit Midway. Info Elaine Fromme 449-2309 or Sue Fielding 250-445-9955 Wednesdays: Greenwood & District Business Assoc. meeting. Anglican Church at 7 pm. Wednesdays: Drop in Bingo at Greenwood Seniors Centre, starts 5:30 pm. Wednesdays: Belly Dancing at Bridesville Hall from 6:30 – 8 p.m. No experience necessary. Free. Info: 250-446-2942. Wednesdays: Midway Crib Tournament – Bored Room Bistro 607 Eighth Avenue, Midway at 6:30 p.m. First Wednesday: West Boundary Senior Housing Society meeting at 1 pm in Parkview Manor Midway. Second Wednesday: Boundary Citizen’s Patrol meets at Midway Senior’s Centre from 7 - 8 pm. Info: Wayne 250-449-2191, Paul 250-445-2111, or Wolfgang 250-446-2455. Third Wednesday: Rock Creek Women’s Institute meet for a potluck

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The surprising thing about young fools is how many survive to become old fools. ~ Doug Larson Joke of the Week: Sam walks into his boss’s office. “Sir, I’ll be straight with you, I know the economy isn’t great, but I have over three companies after me, and I would like to respectfully ask for a raise.” After a few minutes of haggling the boss finally agrees to a 5% raise, and Sam happily gets up to leave. “By the way”, asks the boss as Sam is getting up, “which three companies are after you?” “The electric company, water company, and phone company”, Sam replied.

lunch at 11:45. Info: 250-446-2454 or 250-446 -2608. Third Wednesday: Main River Women’s Institute meets in Westbridge at 10 a.m. Info: 250-446-2616. Third Wednesday: Rock Creek & Boundary Fair Assoc. meets at 7 pm at the pavilion from March through November. 250-446-2465. Thursdays: Singing Kettles choir group meets for practice - 4 p.m. at St Mary’s Church in Kettle Valley Thursdays: Kettle River Art Club Thursdays: The Riverside Artists meet from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Kettle Wildlife Hall. First Thursday: Rock Creek Medical Society meets at 7 p.m. in the boardroom of the clinic. First & Third Thursday: Food bank at the Evangel Chapel at 11 a.m. Donations welcome. Info 250-445-2125. Second & Fourth Thursday: Kettle River Lions Club meets at 7 p.m. in the Medical Clinic boardroom at Rock Creek. Thursdays: Art of Balance at West Boundary Elementary 4 to 5 p.m. – drop in fee. Thursdays: Pirana Poker Tour BC Tournament – Bored Room Bistro 607 Eighth Avenue, Midway at 6:30 p.m. Thursdays and Fridays: Midway Summer Reading Club at the library. 10–11:15 a.m. – Age 4 to 10. Fridays: Bingo at Greenwood Community Hall. Doors open 5 p.m., early bird 7 p.m. Progressive jackpot. Fridays: Coffee at Midway Seniors Centre from 9:30 - 11. Fridays: Greenwood Legion 8-ball Tournament at 7 p.m. $2 per person - $1 to Legion & $1 to the pot, winner take all. Fridays: Overeaters Anonymous 11 a.m. - 12 noon at St. Jude’s Church in Greenwood. Fridays: Greenwood Legion Darts Night at 7 pm $3 drop in fee. Third Friday: Movie nights at Midway Community Hall; 7 p.m. Bring your own travel cup. $2 includes movie, drink and a popcorn. Saturdays: Lion’s Club Meat Draw, at Prospector Pub in Rock Creek. Starts at 3 p.m. Saturdays: Greenwood Royal Canadian Legion Canteen open 1-6 pm. Meat draw 3:30 p.m. Saturdays: Christina Lake Indoor Public Market 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. at Christina Lake Village. Info: 1-866-460-9447. Saturdays: Rock Creek Market from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. First Saturday of every month: Pancake breakfast at the Greenwood Legion from 8 - 11 am. First Sunday: Royal Canadian Legion Br. #155 meets at 2 p.m. Greenwood Public Library: Open Mon, Wed, Fri and Sat. Opens at noon. Greenwood Seniors Centre Thrift Store: Open Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday 11 a.m.- 3 p.m.

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SD51 staff shuffles Foy takes principalship of four schools Administration at School District 51 schools will be shuffled next fall as senior staff are being moved to replace retiring Superintendent Michael Strukoff and Director of Instruction Maxine Ruzicka. As well, Jennifer and Darryl Turner, both members of the district administration, have decided to move on to another district this fall. It was announced last November that Kevin Argue, currently principal at D.A. Perley Elementary, will take over as superintendent. In January the board anLOUISE BAYLES nounced that Doug Lacey will be moving from principal at J.A. Hutton Elementary to Director of Learning. At the regular board meeting held last Tuesday, March 12, the Board of Education approved several changes to principal and vice-principal assignments to fill the gaps. Lacey will also be the principal at Walker Development Centre. A one-year pilot assignment is being initiated where Brian Foy will be the principal of West Boundary, Beaverdell, Greenwood and Midway Elementary Schools. This configuration will be reviewed a year from now. This will now be a fulltime position for Foy; currently he also teaches in the classroom for part of the day. Bob Chapman will be moving from his posi-

tion as principal at Christina Lake Elementary to take over as principal at Perley Elementary. Marci Butler, currently vice-principal at GFSS, will become principal at Hutton Elementary. Shawn Lockhart, another current GFSS viceprincipal, will take over as principal at both Christina Lake Elementary (0.5 FTE) and Big White Community School (0.25 FTE), as well as providing IT Education Support. Scott Stewart will remain the principal at Grand Forks Secondary. Louise Bayles will remain as principal at Boundary Central Secondary School for another year. A district vice-president position is being created to oversee a variety of accountability requirements the district must address. With the loss of Jennifer Turner, school psychologist support will be contracted out as will some special education support in 2013-2014. The district will be advertising for three positions: Grand Forks Secondary School – vice-principal (to be filled both internally BRIAN FOY and externally) (0.5 FTE); West Boundary Elementary School – vice-principal (internal) (0.15 FTE); vice-principal Student Services (internal) (0.25 FTE).

her Special s a r C D oo r

Police warn about counterfeit $100 bills

Businesses are being advised to be on the lookout for counterfeit $100 bills with the serial number EJK4145615. According to RCMP Staff Sgt. Jim Harrison, a pair of Grand Forks businesses (Subway and the gas station at Extra Foods) reported the counterfeit currency last week. The bills were recreations of the Canadian Journey series paper bank notes, as opposed to the new Frontier series polymer bank notes that were introduced in 2011. On Monday morning Harrison confirmed the police have determined who passed the counterfeits, but the investigation is continuing to determine where they obtained the bills. “We don’t know how many more are out in the community but we strongly suspect if there are two, there’s likely more,” Harrison told the Grand Forks Gazette last week. Harrison said that if there are more counter-

feit bills, they will likely have the identical serial numbers and the ones handed over to them last week were poor imitations, as the hologram on one bill had the number 10 as opposed to 100. “Normally with counterfeit bills, there are several detection methods. Businesses that have the ultraviolet light can detect it for certain markings. The other thing that is very difficult for criminals to reproduce are planchettes in the paper, which are little green discs that are actually put in the paper when the paper is manufactured, so they can’t be drawn on and if they are, it’s very apparent,” explained Harrison, adding that the planchettes can be seen by holding a bill up to a light. “If in doubt, you’re not obligated to accept it. We would prefer if you contacted us. Grand Forks RCMP can be contacted at 250442-8288. Midway RCMP can be contacted at 250-449-2244. With files from the Grand Forks Gazette

Kobylka, Teal take first place

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On March 13, the Borderline Lamb Club had their club speeches for the year. Placing for the speeches: Seniors: 1st – Sarah Kobylka, 2nd – Joey Rankin, 3rd – Megan Teal, and 4th – Tylana Brown-John. Juniors: 1st – Lauren Teal, and 2nd – Jordon Kobylka. The club members that are going to be going

to district speeches in Castlegar are Sarah Kobylka (senior) and Lauren Teal (junior). Our club would like to give a big thank you to Jodi Klein and Margaret-Ann Bugeaud for judging our club speeches. Dakota Turnbull was not able to make it.  On March 16 our little club helped clear off tables and wash dishes at the wildlife hall for the banquet. 4-H club members came and helped, Megan Teal, Lauren Teal, Tylana Brown-John and Jordon Kobylka. And there also were two leaders too: Katherine Delisle and Linda Kobylka. 

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Keep your flock fed with a fancy new feeder ! Aside from an excellent selection of bird food, Freeman’s has a beautiful new assortment of hummingbird and wild bird feeders

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order your chicks! Rochester Hatchery catalogues available in store, as well as all your poultry care essentials. Growing up, my Mom always claimed to feel bad when a bird would slam head-first into our living room window. If she “really” felt bad, though, she’d have moved the bird feeder outside.

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Bistro opens in grand style

The Bored Room Bistro in Midway held its grand open- pieces of pizza in five minutes and then had a piece of pie for ing last Saturday with all-you-can-eat lunch and dinner buffets dessert!” featuring pizza and salad bar. The bistro offers sit-in, take-out, or delivery and is open 11 Tom and RJ Lesher went through 24 pizzas during the day, a.m. to 11 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday and from 11 a.m. including five used in a pizza-eating contest that saw five teen- to 10 p.m. on Sunday. agers show up for the afternoon challenge. Dustin Baker won the competition, eating five slices in the allotted five minutes. Also in the competition were Joseph Kirschner, Josiah Danyluk, Kim Faminoff and Thao Atkinson. Josiah might have had a better chance of winning had he swallowed occasionally. The leftover pizza was boxed up after the challenge to be taken away by the kids. When Dustin was presented his prize – a $10 gift certificate from the Bored Room Bistro – he immediately bought all the other contest participants a pop and a piece of apple pie for himself. “He said the pie was amazing,” said RJ. “What was amaz- RJ & Tom Lesher (standing in background) watch as individual strategies unfold during ing was the way he ate five the pizza-eating contest last Saturday.

HUGS S and G U L S

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If you have a hug or a slug, we’d like to hear it. We will print the anonymous submissions for all to see. Be honest, but all we ask is that you keep it tasteful. Editor’s discretion will always be exercised. Simply email bctimesnews@shaw.ca with your short quips, compliments or complaints; or you may drop them off at 318 South Copper Street in Greenwood.

Hugs: To the ladies who turned out for fellow Red Hatter Carol McCabe’s funeral last Saturday. Hugs: To Debra and the funeral home staff who went out of their way to make sure Carol had a wonderful service. Hugs: To Tina and all those who prepared, served and cleaned up after the KWA banquet on Saturday night. Hugs: To Joanne, Peter and their staff for the 16 years of exceptional service that has been provided by R.A.P.I.D Services. Hugs: To all the volunteers who work hard behind the scenes to make sure our communities and our neighbours have access to programs and services they need. Hugs: To the ladies at the Greenwood Thrift Store for always keeping the store clean and tidy and being so friendly and helpful.  You do a wonderful job!

When planning for retirement, don’t forget about long-term health care Think about your retirement years: walking along a beach, perfectly hitting a golf ball, playing with your grandchildren. Thoughtful retirement planning can bring a smile to your face. We’re spending more time and putting in more effort to sock away more money to ensure our Golden Years are ideal. It’s our reward for decades of hard work. Canadians are living longer than ever before, and in general, our early retirement years are usually healthy ones. In later years, however, illnesses seem to occur with greater frequency. They can lead to an increasing dependency on others for assistance with the activities of daily living. Many helpful and necessary services are not covered adequately, if at all, by provincial healthcare programs. Just pick up any newspaper these days and government cut-backs seem to be a regular topic of discussion. The costs of in-home care are high, but the costs of a long term residential care facility can be even higher, depending on the care that you need and want. What would happen, for example, if you had an accident and had to hire caregivers to assist you daily? Home care services costs vary widely by location, even within provinces. In-home care can cost anywhere from $12 to $22 per hour for home making and personal care, and between $18 and $60 per hour for nursing care. That could easily work out to more than $100/ day for just a few hours of assistance. And $100/day means about $3,000/ month and about $36,000 per year. Or, what if you had to spend extensive time in a nursing home or other long term care facility? Accommodation in a long term care facility can cost from $800 to over $5,000 per month depending on the type of room and the level of government funding available in our area. Such costs can quickly mount up, and can erode or destroy your financial security by draining your RRSPs and other retirement investments. When this happens, the real picture of retirement is blank bank accounts, hospital beds, and worry lines on our faces. Unfortunately, serious illnesses and accidents can happen at any time. Consider these facts: • One in four people in Canada will suffer from heart disease or stroke.1 • Over 80% of heart attack patients who are admitted to hospital survive. 1

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Thursday, March 21, 2013 Boundary Creek Times

Garbage pickup questioned

When Greenwood reorganized garbage services MIDWAY earlier this year they also cut back garbage collection from two days to one day per week. Greenwood Motel & RV Park owner Rainer Nissen came to council last week to point out some unintended consequences of that decision that will likely cause problems when the weather warms up. Residential garbage pickup used to be collected on one end of the city Tuesdays and from the other end on Fridays, with commercial users having their garbage collected on both days. But the city now only does the Friday run and according to Nissen, that is going to attract bears and cause problems for his business during the busy summer months. “In the winter we may tag only one big garbage bag once every two weeks,” he told council. In the summer the problem is different when they have up to six big bags a week. “The problem really is we don’t have anything where we can store the bags over the weekend until the next Friday. We can’t store it inside because it smells.” He is concerned that this garbage problem will increase the number of bears attracted to the city – a serious risk to the tent and RV campers his business caters to. Mayor Nipper Kettle told Nissen that works staff would be consulted and the city would get back to him within the next short while. Kettle said that city hall was also aware of another bear attractant problem – commercial used cooking oil awaiting pick-up, though this was not directly related to the city garbage collection service. Nissen suggested the city pick up commercial garbage on a second day each week using a pickup truck. “Because it won’t be the residents – just the businesses which need it. We have two other motels and they will have the same problems as what we have.” *** A request from Greenwood Demolition Derby organizers was given approval in principle last week, pending the appearance of a delegation before council. This year would be the 18th annual demolition derby. They plan a one-day event that will be held not in May, but later in the summer on a date yet to be determined. Organizers acknowledged there had

been problems with site LIBRARY cleanup in previous years. “One year we just didn’t have the volunteers and people just didn’t show up to help.” They pledged that in the future the site would be cleaned properly. The request from the derby organizers includes use of the derby site, use of the city loader (they will supply an operator), scaffolding for the announcement platform, garbage cans, bleachers and picnic tables. They will also be asking the city’s permission to have a beer garden on derby grounds. Councillor Colleen Lang suggested they also be required to provide a copy of their insurance. *** Council voted to send a letter of support for MP Alex Atamanenko in his concern about Canada Post review of the size of postal outlets. Administrator Robin Dalziel reminded council that 2015 would be the 100th anniversary of the Greenwood post office building. As well as endorsing Atamenenko’s concerns, council’s letter will emphasize the heritage nature of the local post office. *** A request for exemption from the annual $65 garbage fee from owners of a residential property who do not use the service was turned down. Councillor Barry Noll and the mayor said that, while they sympathize, they could not support the request because fees support the entire system and that it is only possible to keep the cost of the service reasonable through the collec-

GREENWOOD COUNCIL REPORT

tive support of all property owners. *** Councillor Colleen Lang reported the Boundary Citizens on Patrol is looking for new members. Interested individuals should call Ken Mathie at 250-449-2850. *** Dalziel reported on a meeting held last January in Midway between the two municipalities and the school district. “Grand Forks and the school district are working on developing Internet services that they could be a provider for,” Dalziel said, adding that the school district suggested services such as back-ups for the servers and hosting of website and email servers in what he described as an exploratory meeting. “I did stress at the meeting that they would then be one of several quotes and they would be in a bidding process so it wouldn’t be just a direct line to the school district.” *** Dalziel cautioned council that the Small Community Grant administered through the Strategic Community Investment Fund (which last year provided the city with nearly $490,000) would be cut to only $228,080. “This will have significant impact on our budgeting,” he warned. *** Another significant decline in revenue will come when the HST transitions back to the PST this spring. Last year the city was claiming a refund on the PST portion of between $8,000 and $9,000 per quarter. It will mean there is approximately $30,000 to $35,000 that will have to be found to replace that PST credit.

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Boundary Creek Times Thursday, March 21, 2013

Editorial

Times

THE BOUNDARY CREEK

A DIVISION OF BLACK PRESS – PRINTED EVERY THURSDAY. Mailing address: Box 99, Greenwood, B.C. V0H 1J0 Street address: 318 South Copper Avenue, Greenwood, B.C.

Step up to build on success The most recent RCMP report to local elected officials in the area is encouraging. Crime rates have dropped across the board from where they were three years ago. Violent crimes (crimes against persons) are down 37.3 per cent and Other Criminal Code Offences are down 16.7 per cent. We are seeing Property Crime stabilized with only a 1.1 per cent decrease over the past year but this number is down nearly 27 per cent from where it was in 2008. Of course all these numbers are taken from the police database so any crime that is unreported will not be reflected in the statistics. That is why it is important to report things that you see going down – when you see them happening. It gives the police more information so they can put the pieces together and build a case. One of the best ways to deter crime is to have the streets busy with lots of activity. Take back the streets, so to speak. It puts more eyes out in the community to observe things as they happen. Another excellent way to achieve the same thing is to have active citizens on patrol or neighborhood watch groups in your community. The local Boundary Citizens on Patrol is in need of new members – especially in the Greenwood area. New members are always welcome. It is an organized group with established policy and procedures that they follow. A criminal records check is required of course. The group makes gas vouchers available to those who use their vehicles on the community patrols. So if you have some time to give to your community consider giving Ken Mathie in Midway a call.

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

Chuck Bennett Bennett Chuck Karen Bennett Publisher Publisher/Editor Publisher

The popularity of the Hugs and Slugs column is a bit of This has brought about ever more strident comments a surprise to me. from the “we have-to-have balance” faction demanding We started running it in the paper each week at the equality for the slugs. beginning of the year simply because we were told to by If we do institute a hug-to-slug ratio policy it will mean people higher up the food chain than ourselves. the office will again have to write some of them. We were instructed that it would be a weekly column – This is dangerous for a number of reasons. that the hugs and slugs would be submitted by the readers; If the community is feeling happy and filled with gratibut to get the thing kicked off we were to dream tude one week and therefore no one sends up our own list of hugs and slugs to prime the in any slugs then we will have to generate A LITTLE pump. the slugs. This means that we will be out of PERSPECTIVE We didn’t get a lot of comments submitted synch with what the community is thinking at first, and after two or three weeks of running – which is not a goal that a community newsnothing but office-generated hugs and slugs I paper should necessarily strive for. suggested to the boss that we either cancel the And having to constantly generate the column or move it to the editorial page where it negative comments may well affect our outmight be more in context. look on life. Our attitudes will lose altitude. But I was asked to buy into the column And who wants that? Pat and just give it a while. The boss had used the A well-written slug has certain key eleKELLY hugs and slugs column format before and it ments. Along the lines of the who-what-whyhad proven quite popular in other community when-where that goes into anything in the newspapers. paper. It is this “who” part that is worrisome. Lo and behold – the very next week we were able to fill With only the two of us in the office here generating the column with genuine, submitted hugs and slugs. Most slugs it is inevitable that eventually we will write someweeks now we get a few submissions and the column has thing that will offend our coworker. gotten a fair bit of positive comment from the readership. The other option – the one I’ve used a couple of times People seem to like it! when we needed an extra hug or slug - is to walk into the I guess that’s why the boss is the boss and I am not. coffee shop and ask people for a hug or a slug. These days the newspaper office staff is rarely asked to Obviously this can be dangerous. contribute. The point is we need everyone to send in their hugs and But there seems to be the opinion surfacing around slugs – brickbats and bouquets – or whatever you want to here that the number of hugs and the number of slugs call them. should be balanced. If someone deserves a public pat on the back here’s the This idea came about because over the past couple of spot to do it! weeks we’ve printed no slugs, only hugs. That’s what peoOn the other hand, if a slug is in order send them along ple have sent along to us. too.

Dyan Stoochnoff Stoochnoff Pat DellaMallette Mallette Dyan PatKelly KellyMallette Della Dianne Publisher Stoochnoff Reporter Della PatCo-ordinator Kelly Associate Production Associate ProductionReporter Co-ordinator AssociatePublisher Publisher Reporter Editor/Production

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RCMP: Crime reduced 27.8 per cent rison told council. He said that beginning in 2010 efforts aimed at crime reduction have shown results, “through targeting prolific offenders, plus looking at some of the perennial problems and the deep connection between the meth amphetamine trade and property crime,” he argued. This year crimes against persons (vio-

Last week RCMP Staff Sgt. Jim Harrison, detachment commander of the Boundary Regional Detachment, came to present Greenwood council with the Annual Report to Mayors, Councils and Regional District of Kootenay Boundary. “We have been able, in the last few years, to reduce crime throughout the Boundary Region by 27.8 per cent,” Har-

Golf club hosts agm A nice-sized gathering of 30 people attended the Kettle Valley Golf Club annual general meeting on Sunday, Feb. 24 at the Rock Creek Fairgrounds Pavilion. A report on grounds and equipment included news that groundskeeper Aaron Rexin has planted new trees and there is a new green on Number Four and a new tee box on Number Six. Fencing was put up with the costs being split 50/50 with neighbour George Dagg. A new septic field has been installed and is working well. Utilities cost has dropped $2,500 from last year. Ross Bayles reported that work with the Village of Midway to implement a rural fire response contract service continues. The golf club has been planning a new clubhouse for a few years now and it was reported they now have a working set of drawings from Harmony Homes. The need to provide fire protection has been a stumbling block on the new clubhouse project. A referendum on a

proposed fire protection service through the regional district failed in 2011. As part of the latest attempt to provide rural fire response to the course, several Kettle Valley residents have joined and are training with the Midway Volunteer Fire Department. Fire Chief Walter Osellame and Ross Bayles are leading the task of organizing a rural fire response service that would be available on a contract basis with the Village of Midway. Elected as officers were: Dave March – president, George Hayes – vice-president, Earl Lindsay – treasurer, and Louise Bayles - secretary. Gary Schierbeck and Rick Lindseth were added to the slate of directors. They join existing directors Merry English, Les Jackman, Scott McLaren, Ross Bayles, Tom Boyo, Shane Zitko, Bruce Thorne, Dick Woodford, Charlene Boyo, Bonnie Edstrom and Graham Stockley. Golf club meetings are held on the second Sunday of every month.

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For your convenience, trash collection will be EVERY THURSDAY (to match your bi-weekly recycling day). Your first garbage collection day is April 4th along with your regular “no-charge, no-tags-necessary” RDKB “blue bag” pickup. • West Boundary Introductory Special: KVW tags are $3 each through April! You can’t do it for less yourself.

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lent crimes) were down 37.3 per cent. September, “so that we don’t see everyone Property crime rates have stabilized with walking out the door at the same time and only a 1.1 per cent decrease over the past lose an awful lot of the institutional local year, but this stat is down knowledge.” almost 20 per cent overHarrison’s report says all from 2010 numbers. the local police will conOther Criminal Code Oftinue their efforts in purfences were down 16.7 per suing prolific offenders cent. and methamphetamine “We have one of the dealers. lowest crime rates in all “We continue and exof British Columbia in the pand our efforts to liaise Boundary region,” said and partner with agencies Harrison. “Our current in our communities such crime rate is about 65.75 as Interior Health, Miniscrimes per 1,000 populatry of Children and Famition. I would put it to you lies, Mental Health and that you are probably a lot many others. safer now in Greenwood “The lack of easily acthan you were in 2010.” cessible services for addicIn 2013 there will be STAFF SGT. JIM HARRISON tions, substance abuse and a complete change of mental health treatment RCMP member staff at Midway Detach- remains a concern in our communities. ment. In many cases we see people dealt with Cst. Morrison was transferred on Jan. in the criminal justice system that would 31 to Vancouver and has been replaced by be better served in the health system. We Cst. Ron Sipos, who came from Kelowna will work with and support agencies workCommercial Crime Section. Cst. Bou- ing toward bringing better services to our dreau was transferred on Jan. 31 to Kelow- area.” na. Her named replacement is coming Homelessness was also mentioned as a from Prince Rupert and has not arrived as concern. of this date. Both Cst. Bain and Cpl. ChrisAreas noted as requiring “additional potensen are scheduled to rotate out of Mid- lice engagement” were: school liaison at all way this July and no replacements have elementary and high schools; traffic safety been named to date. education, bicycle safety; continue talks Harrison told council he is trying to with municipalities on bylaw enforcement; with RCMP senior management to see if and, participation in emergency planning he can get Christianson to stay on until for all communities.


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Boundary Creek Times Thursday, March 21, 2013

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Thursday, March 21, 2013 Boundary Creek Times

Survey response overwhelming Last fall the RDKB in wetlands, riparian areas and associated uplands, launched an in-depth supporting biodiversity & survey and held multiple aquatic life. meetings to learn more Safe & secure water supabout watershed issues porting healthy communiand how they are affectties means: a) safety and ing communities in the security of drinking water; Boundary region. b) abundant opportunities The response was overfor safe water-based recwhelming. reation and quality leisure Over 670 people reactivities; c) abundant opsponded, with many writing hundreds of words GRAHAM WATT portunities for enjoyment and expression of spiritual, about watershed issues and cultural, heritage and aesconcerns. I spent weeks enthetic values. tering the responses, and Reliable, quality water supplies for a weeks more poring over the results to extract the key themes and main issues. Here sustainable economy means: a) adequate water quality for current and future uses; are some of the highlights. Respondents clearly understand how and b) adequate, secure water supplies for vital water is to meet their needs for qual- sustainable levels of use. These statements will help the Stakeity of life, economic opportunities, and assurance of healthy ecosystems. Residents holder Advisory Group develop recomoverwhelmingly feel that the Kettle River mendations that truly reflect public interand its tributaries are very important to ests and values. Another key purpose of the survey was both their quality of life and economy in to identify watershed issues and undertheir communities. The most valued uses of water are stand how they affect people’s needs and household use, followed by ecosystem and values of water across the region. The highest level of concern was around quality of life values such as fish and wildlife habitat, enjoyment, swimming, pad- the reliability of water supplies and the dling, and amenity value. We summarized impacts of wastewater and stormwater the values and aspirations of residents with on surface water quality. Residents were particularly concerned with how water the following draft outcomes and goals. Healthy aquatic ecosystems means a) use, pollution, and agricultural practices adequate flow & water levels to sustain related to declining surface water quality, aquatic life; b) good water quality to sus- unreliable flows or water levels, and the tain aquatic life; and c) high habitat quality degradation of aquatic ecosystems.

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For your convenience, trash collection will be EVERY WEDNESDAY (to match your bi-weekly recycling day). Your first garbage collection day is April 3 along with your regular “no-charge, no-tags-necessary” RDKB “blue bag” pickup. • West Boundary Introductory Special: KVW tags are $3 each through April! You can’t do it for less yourself. • Convenient: recycling and trash collected the same day

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Survey respondents and meeting participants provided in-depth commentary on the causes and effects of watershed issues. They also gave solutions to many of these issues: “I regularly use the river for fishing and on every occasion… I remove bags of bottles, plastics, and other discarded items. There needs to be educational promotion… and regularly put resources towards clean up.” Read the summary report and full results on our website at http://kettleriver.ca/ whatweheard. We are also opening a short

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survey on the website to get your feedback on the outcomes and goals. On another note, Friday, March 22 is World Water Day. Raise a glass to celebrate clean, fresh water and healthy ecosystems (water.org). Graham Watt is project co-ordinator of the Kettle River Watershed Management Plan, Regional District of Kootenay Boundary. Ask Watt watershed questions at plan@kettleriver. ca. Figures and footnotes are included online at http://kettleriver.ca – look for the link in the menu to “Kettle River Q&A.

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Editor, The Times: An open letter to Area E Director Bill Baird, We have been talking back and forth for quite a few years and thank you for all that you have done to support the downtown of Bridesville. You have told us that it must come from the property owners on Townsite Road to come together to make improvements. We have formed the downtown Bridesville Revival Committee with also the encouragement of the Bridesville Community Club. This is a separate entity, though. I was at the RDKB town hall meeting and spoke on record supporting the rezoning of a property. I own a property on Townsite Road as well. I run a home-based business called Lynda’s Country Cottage. Our first event was holding a Christmas craft market where we raised $26, a small but great start. We will be having our meeting soon to dis-

cuss downtown improvements. Norbert Salvage is donating flowers and plans are under way for welcome-to-Bridesville signs and flowers planted on both ends of town. We fought to keep our post office and lost. We want to keep our dumpster but it appears that is a done deal. As far as our views on the 2013 budget, yes we want to make Bridesville a better place. We pay our taxes. Is their any support for us to improve our downtown? Thank you for your time. Please get back to me ASAP.  Lynda Scott-Slaughter, Bridesville Editor’s note: Scott-Slaughter told The Times that she later heard from Bill Baird and that he said he would see what he could do. “He was offering help and I invited him to one of our meetings,” she said. She stressed that she didn’t have a personal problem with Baird, but felt that the other members of the board should get to know Bridesville a bit more.

Let’s build a “village” Editor, The Times: Some years back there was a transition study done in Midway to help identify what the village should do to ensure its existence into the future. One of the major recommendations was to improve our attractions for tourism. One statement made was that tourists who can stay in town for four hours or longer are more likely to buy a meal or even stay overnight. The typical visit to our museum takes less than two hours. If we were to expand the museum and make a “village” on the site, the time spent would increase with each “new” feature. Should the old schoolhouse not be moved to the museum site? The existing school display could be housed in the front, and the back used for other purposes. The space freed up in the

main building could be used for more displays. Other buildings could be salvaged from area ranches and re-located to build the “village” over time. Midway cannot remain a one industry town and expect to survive. Tourism will employ our youth. If in doubt, check out Burnaby Village Museum (www.burnabyvillagemuseum.ca), the Doukhobor Discovery Centre (http://doukhobor-museum.org/), the Pickering Museum Village (http://www.pickering.ca/en/museum.asp) or any other sites you can find on the Internet. These were not built in a day. They have grown over time. From personal experience, my first visit to the Burnaby site took less than three hours, my last over five and there have been additions since then! John Coburn, Midway


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Wildlife association hosts banquet Clockwise from top left: Guy Owens with his winning Elk trophy; the banquet was excellent; Caitlyn and Gerald Best, and Rose Boltz accepting one of her four awards from KWA president Ron Cooper.

NOTICE: Recycling Schedule Change To the Residents of Eholt, Boundary Creek, Greenwood, Anaconda, Midway (both sides of Hwy 3 to Murray Road)

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Sean Manson and her twin sister Kena were born in England and came to Rock Creek when they were two. Sean leapfrogged over a lot of likely very important parts of her bio when she summed the next 18 years up by saying, “Then I just grew up in Rock Creek.” Following graduation in June, Sean and her boyfriend plan to move to Cranbrook where they will work before moving on to Lakeland College in Vermillion, Alberta. Sean is enrolled in the one-year Veterinarian Medical Assistant Program. “I’ve kind of always wanted to go into that field of work,” she admitted. “Either as a vet or a vet assistant. “I’ve always enjoyed working with animals,” she said, adding that she’d like to work in a clinic that deals with both small and large animals, but if it comes down to either/or, she’ll take the big animals. Sean loves outdoor activities like hunting and snowmobiling; but she especially enjoys working with horses. The family business in Rock Creek is Percherons. In 2010 that business took Sean and her family, including Kena, brothers Wyatt and Garret, and parents Jodi and Garth Klein to the Alberta Draft Horse Classic in Olds, Alberta to help

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friends from the Jackson Fork Ranch in Bondurant, Wyoming as they prepared a team for the Calgary Stampede a week later. From there Sean and Kena began a dream summer vacation as they were asked to join the Jackson Fork crew for the Stampede where Jackson Fork won all the hitch classes that year. After the Stampede Kena went on to work for Carlaw Clydes in Cranbrook, helping them compete at the PNE. Meanwhile Sean continued to work on the 2010 world class heavy horse circuit, taking in such sights as the National Clydesdale Show at the Wisconsin State Fair, National Percheron Show at the Indiana State Fair and the Scott County Fair in Jordan, Minnesota. Her experiences served her well and in 2011 she returned to the circuit competing at the Stampede, the PNE, in Rock Creek and Lloydminster. Her “doing-what-I-love-for-a-job” lifestyle is continuing this summer too. She’s already been hired to work a season in agribusiness at the Fort Steele Heritage Park in Cranbrook. Sean said that after Lakeland she’ll “hopefully” find a job. From the look of her resume and the network she’s built so far, she won’t have any trouble at all.

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Arts council asks for policy review

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The president of the Boundary District Arts Council (BDAC), Michele Garrison, pointed her finger at School District 51 (SD51) for the censorship of an “actor’s backside” during the production DECK, at the regular meeting of the board of education on March 12. She said the school district required the BDAC to censor the partial nudity in the performance series play. Garrison said they could not endorse the censorship of the arts and therefore were prohibited from presenting the play in the Centennial Auditorium. “The BDAC asks that School District 51 review its policy and its ad hoc interpretations of its policy with an eye to achieve consistency as well as serve our over arching community values of non-censorship of the arts,” she said. Board chair Theresa Rezansoff told Garrison that she could not comment at present, but said she would discuss the issue further with her colleague and respond at a later date.

New vice-chair elected The current pracCATHY RIDDLE tice of not electing a vice-chair to the board of education was changed on March 12, when trustees voted

end. Cathy Riddle to be the new MIDWAY LIBRARY So the trustees elected to vice-chair of SD51. have a permanent vice-chair Rezansoff explained that and a rotating backup to the the board had been operatvice-chair. ing under the guise of a roRiddle, seem pleased with tating vice-chair, so that all the trustees could get the experience of be- the vote as she smiled and thanked her trustees for their support. ing vice-chair. The board defeated a motion put forHowever, some concerns of continuity were raised, as a rotating vice-chair cannot ward by trustee Dave Reid, which looked see an agenda through, from beginning to at making John A. Hutton Elementary a

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Kindergarten to Grade 3 school and Dr. D. A. Perley Elementary a Grade 4 to 7 school for the 2013/2014 school year. Rezansoff said that there wasn’t enough time to consult with the parents, teachers and staff before the commencement of the 2013/14 school year, and so the transition would be too hasty. The trustees and board members agreed, except Reid, by unanimously defeating the motion.

Music award nomination deadline nears Black Press

If you’ve been considering nominating a band or DJ for the Kootenay Music Awards (KMA), now is the time to do it. All artists who live in the Kootenays are eligible to enter a song in one of the 10 award categories that recognize the range of musical talent coming out of the region. There’s a category for everything from best DJ to best roots and blues band. More than 70 songs have already been submitted online at kootenaymusicawards. com and KMA president Chad Hansen hopes to see many more roll in before nominations close next Friday (March 29). “If you’re an artist yourself or even just a fan of a local band, I’d encourage you to go to the website and submit an MP3. Let people hear it, you never know what could happen,” Hansen says. Fans can check out the music that’s been submitted so far by clicking the “nominate” tab at the top of the page, then going to

“view entries.” Hansen has listened to many of the submissions and is impressed by the variety. “There’s some really eclectic, interesting music that’s been posted up there,” Hansen says. After nominations close, a panel of five industry judges will shortlist their favourites for public voting. The judges include music festival producers Christine Hunter from Shambhala and Lea Belcourt from Starbelly Jam; Nelson live music venue managers Ryan Martin from Spiritbar and Paul Hinrichs from The Royal; and Kootenay Co-op Radio program manager Jay Hannley. “These are great people to get your music into the ear of,” Hansen says. So far, the nomination page is dominated by Nelson-based artists. But Hansen is encouraging bands for every corner of the Kootenays to get their music in. Bands who entered last year are also welcome to enter again.

Shane Johnsen, frontman for The Automation – winner of Best New Band in last year’s KMAs – says he saw a surge in new listens on the band’s Soundcloud page during the public voting period. “We had about 2,000 unique listens, which is huge boost for a band just starting out,” Johnsen says. “We recorded everything ourselves, without a producer, so we were really proud to be recognized last year.” The Automation has submitted an early release off their next album for this year’s awards and will be playing at the awards gala event, along with last year’s Best Artist winner Shred Kelly, on May 10 at Spiritbar in Nelson. To enter a song in the Kootenay Music Awards, go to kootenaymusicawards.com. The Kootenay Music Awards are presented by Nelson Brewing Company and Black Press. Platinum sponsors include, Kootenay Co-op Radio, Vantage Point, Nelson and District Credit Union, AM Ford, Selkirk College.

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Sports SportsCentre NHL Hockey: Avalanche at Flames SportsCentre (N) Ent ET Survivor: Cara Go On GuysCHBC News Final Chicago Fire (N) CSI: Crime Scene News News Arrow “Salvation” American Idol “Finalists Compete” (N) George Cor National News George Mr. D (N) Ron Arctic Air (N) Inside Access Survivor: Cara Criminal Minds CSI: Crime Scene News Late Sh. Ent ET Survivor: Cara Go On GuysNews Hour Final Chicago Fire (N) Frontiers of Lijiang: One City Haydn’s Creation Frontiers of Ent Insider Middle Neigh Mod Suburg. News Kimmel Nashville (N) Deadli Ways Deadliest Warrior Deadliest Warrior (7:54) ›› “The Transporter 2” House Hunters Hunt Intl Hunters Hawaii Hawaii House Hunters Billion Billion Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Anderson Cooper E. B. OutFront Piers Morgan Live Anderson Cooper E. B. OutFront Young Boys Splatalot Zoink’d! Gags Gags Boys Young Weird Splatalot Hawaii Five-0 NCIS NCIS “Tribes” NCIS NCIS “Tribes” MythBusters Bering Sea Gold To Be Announced MythBusters Matchmaker To Be Announced Big Brother Matchmaker Big Brother Can Theory Two News 30 Rock Sunny American Idol “Finalists Compete” (N) TMZ (N) Blade Runner Hoard-Buried Blade Runner Hoard-Buried Addic Addic (8:15) Flashpoint Criminal Minds The Mentalist White Collar Homeland (N) “Love That Boy” “Legally Blonde 2” “Naked in NY” ›› “Legally Blonde” Good Wingin’ Austin Gravity Wingin’ Warth Lizzie Raven Cory Princess Seinfeld Seinfeld Fam Guy Fam Guy Amer. Get ›› “Eurotrip” Scott Mechlowicz. Just for Laughs Match Simpson Theory Commun To Be Announced Daily Colbert “The Fast and the Furious” ›› “The Crowd Roars” ›› “Thunder Road” Robert Mitchum. Top Chef: Seattle Iron Chef America Diners Diners Top Chef: Seattle Iron Chef America Duck D. Duck Storage Storage Repo Repo Duck D. Duck Minute to Win It Pawn Pawn Ameri Ameri Canadian Pickers Swamp People (N) Yukon Gold (N) Inner Star Trek: Voyager Ripley Paranormal Wi. Stranded (N) Castle The Walking Dead The Walking Dead The Walking Dead The Walking Dead “Silver Streak” Rose. Rose. Debt ET Friends Friends ’70s ’70s 3rd Rock 3rd Rock Caillou Cat in Big Max, Back Dora... Umi Band Max, Thomas Nature NOVA (N) NOVA Weird, extreme chemistry. Charlie Rose (N) J’pardy! Wheel Whitney Whitney Law & Order: SVU News Jay Chicago Fire (N) Soup Burning Chelsea etalk TMZ Chelsea Soup Burning Start-Ups News Ent Seinfeld Office Office Insider Law Order: CI South Pk ’70s Two Two KTLA 5 News Friends Friends Arrow “Salvation” Supernatural (N) News at Nine Funny Videos Rules Rules 30 Rock Scrubs 30 Rock Sunny PIX News at Ten Seinfeld Seinfeld Friends Friends Jim Chris Fam Guy Amer. Gadget Spider Tintin Hercules Batman He-Man She-Ra Ninja Trans. G.I. Joe (6:00) Downton Abbey Naked Super TBA ›› “A Story of David” (6:00) NOVA Long-String Smiley NOVA Charlie Rose (N) Nature Jerseylicious Tough Love Will Sex and the City Tough Love Paid Hell Highway Museum Secrets Alaska-Trooper Hell Highway Drugs, Inc.

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That’s Hcky Motoring SportsCentre (N) SportsCentre SportsCentre (N) (Live) Ent ET NCIS: Los Angeles To Be Announced CHBC News Final NCIS “Squall” (N) Theory Criminal Minds (10:01) Golden Boy News News etalk (N) The Voice (N) George Cor Mercer 22 Min National News George Cracked “Inquest” Inside Access NCIS: Los Angeles (10:01) Golden Boy News Late Sh. NCIS “Squall” (N) Ent ET NCIS: Los Angeles To Be Announced News Hour Final NCIS “Squall” (N) Be the Creature China: Triumph Be the Creature A Sorry State (N) Reel Insights (N) Ent Insider Dancing/Stars News Kimmel Splash (N) Body of Proof (N) Tenants Ur. Tar Tenants Ur. Tar Tenants Tenants Tenants Ur. Tar Tenants Tenants Island Island Hunt Intl Hunters Holmes Makes Island Island Cool Pools Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Anderson Cooper E. B. OutFront Piers Morgan Live Anderson Cooper E. B. OutFront Young Boys Splatalot Zoink’d! Gags Gags Boys Young Weird Splatalot Hawaii Five-0 Justified (N) NCIS Justified NCIS Bering Sea Gold How/ How/ Bering Sea Gold How/ How/ Yukon Men Housewives Four Weddings Housewives Housewives Big Brother Can Theory Two New Girl Mindy News 30 Rock Sunny Hell’s Kitchen (N) TMZ (N) Six Little McGhees 19 Kids and Count Six Little McGhees 19 Kids and Count Little People (6:00) “Normal” Criminal Minds The Mentalist Flashpoint ›› “Normal” “White Noise” Vanilla › “FeardotCom” (9:45) ›› “House of Wax” Good Wingin’ Jessie Really Wingin’ Warth Lizzie Raven Cory Princess Seinfeld Seinfeld Fam Guy Fam Guy Amer. “The Island” Viktor Sukhorukov, Olga Demidova. Just for Laughs Match Simpson Theory Commun Tosh.0 The Je Daily Colbert “Mr. Hobbs-Vac.” ››› “Dear Heart” Glenn Ford. ››› “The Pink Panther” Restaurant: Im. Diners Diners Chopped Chopped Chopped Duck D. Duck Storage Storage Man v Man v Duck D. Duck Minute to Win It Pawn Pawn Cajun Cajun Pawn Pawn American Pickers Canadian Pickers Robot Combat Inner Star Trek: Voyager Ripley Castle Face Off Walk The Walking Dead The Walking Dead The Walking Dead The Walking Dead Cave Rose. Rose. Debt ET Friends Friends Drew Drew 3rd Rock 3rd Rock Caillou Cat in Big Max Back Dora... Umi Band Max, Thomas Educate Brooks Tavis Smiley 180 Days: A Year Inside an American Charlie Rose (N) J’pardy! Wheel Go On Normal News Jay The Voice (N) (10:01) Smash (N) Chelsea etalk TMZ Chelsea Kourtney-Kim Built Built News Ent Seinfeld Office Office Insider Law Order: CI South Pk ’70s Two Two Peter Cottontail Beauty & Beast KTLA 5 News Friends Friends News at Nine Funny Videos Rules Rules 30 Rock Scrubs 30 Rock Sunny PIX News at Ten Seinfeld Seinfeld Friends Friends Jim Chris Fam Guy Amer. Gadget Spider Tintin Hercules Batman He-Man She-Ra Ninja Trans. G.I. Joe The Year in Faith JesusDiscovery Sparks TBA ›››› “Fiddler on the Roof” Topol. 180 Days-Year Tavis Smiley Smiley Tavis Smiley 180 Charlie Rose (N) Dine Dine Dine Love Will Sex and the City Cold Case Paid Doomsday Weird or What? Wicked Tuna Doomsday Hell Highway

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Chronicles of Boundary Country from the pages of The Boundary Creek Times Volume II, No.26 – September 4, 1897

BLASTS FROM THE PAST

➤ Get on the Provincial Voters’ List – “An effort should be made to place, at once, on the Provincial Voters’ List, the names of the many residents who have qualified during the last few months. Every British subject 21 years of age who has resided 12 months in the province and two months in the District of East Yale is entitled to have his name placed on the list. Blank forms may be secured at The Times office or at any of the barristers’ offices in the Serving the community since 1936 city.” City Council Vote Results – Eightyseven voters cast ballots and the results for alderman Blaine R. Krist “were as folOur staff is committed to your complete satisfaction. lows, the first We pride ourselves on the six being those quality of our service, elected: John LOWEST PRICE, and our Hamill (71 dedication to the community. “We Invite You To Compare” votes); George 5920 Kootenay Street Arthur Ren-

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dell (67); Archie C. McK- Townsite Co. Construction will begin in enzie (60); L.S. Moulton a few days.” Barrett (57); M.J. Phelan ➤ Shipping Ore Before the Rail(50); C. Scott Galloway road and Smelters Arrived – “It is the (43); Cyril J. Eales (37); intention of the owners of the Skylark J. William Powell (19).” mine in Skylark Camp east of GreenRobert Wood ran for wood, to ship 50 tons of ore to Helena, mayor, un-opposed. Montana, this fall. The ore will be hauled ➤ An Editorial - in wagons to Marcus, Washington and The New Council – The from there it will be shipped by rail to electors of Greenwood the smelter. are to be congratulated “As the Skylark ore is of a very high upon the result of Saturday’s election. grade, it will easily pay the cost of transThe Times will be disappointed if the portation and leave a large profit. Shipaldermen-elect will not give the city a ments of ore were made from this mine progressive and efficient administration. some time ago.” All of them are successful business ➤ Advertisement – Rendell & Co. men, and if they will only conduct the are advertising for reliable foot-wear civic business as each conducts his own business, the As the Skylark ore is of a electors will have nothing to fear. very high grade, it will easily pay There are many matters the cost of transportation and that require careful consideration and we believe that the leave a large profit. new council will approach them in the proper spirit having only the interests of the city at heart.” and “aim to carry only lines that will give ➤ Catholic Church to be Built satisfaction . . . no shoddy nor brown pa– “Rev. Father Rivers on Sunday ad- per goods kept in stock.” dressed a large congregation of Roman A few of their leading lines are: “Nova Catholics at the school house, Green- Scotia seal with cork sole made of absowood. After the service, the advisabil- lutely waterproof leather; Whaleskin ity of erecting a Catholic church was Loggers’ Choice; and Miner’s waterproof discussed and the amount of $600 was nailed shoe.” promised for the building of the church. ➤ Advertisement – The Greenwood “The site, an acre of ground on the Book Store is advertising “best brands knoll overlooking the new north addi- of tobacco, cigars and cigarettes; cool, tion of the townsite, has been donated refreshing milk-shakes; fruits, candies, by Messrs. Wood and Galloway of the etc.”

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It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Amy Terashita, age 82. She passed away peacefully at RCH, surrounded by her family on March 8, 2013. She was predeceased by her husband Mitsuo in 2008. Beloved mother and grandmother, she is survived by her daughters Karen, Lisa (Aaron), Ellen (Rod) and grandchildren Cameron, Aliya, Brendan, and Kiara. Amy lived a good part of her life with her family and friends in Greenwood, BC. She loved the sunshine and the warmth of the Interior. She spent her final seven years living in New Westminster, B.C. where she suffered, fought, and recovered from many health challenges. Amy eventually was able to enjoy a quality of life for which she truly deserved. She travelled several times to the U.S.A to visit her daughter and her family, and lived it up with a dream vacation to Hawaii in 2010. Amy will be fondly remembered for her strength, devotion, and love for her family, and for putting others before herself. She was a great friend to all who knew her. Amy will be in our thoughts and forever in our hearts. She will be deeply missed. A private service will be held on March 25, 2013 at Queens Avenue United Church, 529 Queens Avenue (on the corner of 6th St and Queens Avenue), New Westminster, BC at 7:00 p.m. for family and friends. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association. The family would like to extend their heartfelt appreciation to the HAU staff at the Royal Columbian Hospital for their excellent care and attention which Amy received during her stay at the hospital.

From the Back Pew ”Just saying”, by the sometimes irreverent Ed Brouwer. No claims of absolute originality are made for this material. As one man said, “I milk a lot of cows, but I churn my own butter.”

A fellow walked into a doctor’s office and the receptionist asked him what he had. He said, “Shingles.” So she took down his name, address, medical insurance number and told him to have a seat. A few minutes later a nurse’s aid came out and asked him what he had. He said, “Shingles.” So she took down his height, weight, a complete medical history and told him to wait in the examining room. Ten minutes later a nurse came in and asked him what he had. He said, “Shingles.” So she gave him a blood test, a blood pressure test, an electrocardiogram, told him to take off all his clothes and wait for the doctor. Fifteen minutes later the doctor came in and asked him what he had. He said, “Shingles.” The doctor said, “Where?” He said, “Outside in the truck. Where do you want them?” Misunderstandings do not always end as well as this joke. A very vital factor in misunderstanding God’s word is the matter of pre-conceived ideas, the matter of a previous mind set. An example of this is clearly presented in II Kings 5, where we read the story of Naaman the leper. The military commander from Syria had come all the way to Israel to ask help from Elisha, God’s prophet. When he arrived, he waited before the house of Elisha and was surprised when Elisha sent a messenger to him to say, “Go and wash in the Jordan seven times ...” The following verse reads, “But Naaman was angry, and went away, and saying, Behold, I thought he will surely come out to me and stand, and call on the name of Jehovah his God, and wave his hand over the place, and recover the leper.” (II Kings 5:10-11). Notice that Naaman had a very clear conception of exactly how Elisha would do the healing. When Elisha approached it in a different way, Naaman was angry, and said, “Behold I thought ...” In our day, too, there are many who are never able to come to a clear understanding of God’s will for them, because of previous mind sets. I have been deeply disturbed from time to time by those who have fastened so firmly to some erroneous idea that they cannot hear the truth.


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On May 14, the voters of public education” This is EYE ON our opportunity to forge a this province will be going to vision for one of our provthe polls to cast their vote for ince’s most valuable rethe party that will form the sources: public education. next government of British We know that there is Columbia. In anticipation of no greater determinant of that, the BC School Trustees the long-term well-being Association (BCSTA) reprefor British Columbia and senting all 60 boards of eduits citizens than the qualcation in the province has beTeresa ity of its public education gun an election campaign to system. When students raise the profile of public edusucceed, British Columbia cation amongst voters and the succeeds. candidates running for office. BCSTA, boards of education and indiOur campaign, “MeToo!” is designed to get conversations going about the value vidual trustees will be asking candidates to and worth of public education, locally and commit to a set of core values. It is through legislation that the co-govprovincially. It gives citizens and candidates the opportunity to declare “We value ernance relationship between government

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Selkirk announces digital tech project Submitted

Selkirk College has announced that its application for funding to support the Adoption of Digital Technology (ADT) by smalland medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the Columbia Basin and Boundary region has been approved. The college will receive up to $306,644 in funding through the Digital Technology Adoption Pilot Program (DTAPP) to support ADT activities from January 2013 to February 2014. Delivered by the National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research As-

sistance Program, DTAPP is a component of the Government of Canada’s overall strategy to boost the productivity of SMEs and improve Canada’s digital economy.  The project’s goal is to increase productivity and spur innovation in SMEs as they adopt digital technologies and integrate them into their business models. Targeted businesses are those with fewer than 500 employees that could benefit from productivity improvements through technology adoption but need not be technology businesses themselves. For example, geospatial technologies could be used by businesses to

better understand existing or new markets or be used to improve distribution processes. The Selkirk-SME Adoption of Digital Technologies (ADT) Pilot Project will help accelerate SME adoption of digital technologies through the provision of ADT training for SMEs, advisory services from an Industry Liaison Officer, and direct support in geospatial and digital media ADT from faculty and students. These projects will include direct ADT support from SGRC and Digital Media faculty in an effort to help accelerate the adoption of GIS and digital media technologies.

increase success rates for our Aboriginal learners, who account for 26 per cent of our students. Our graduation rate for Aboriginal students stands at 93 per cent. We are doing well, but there is still work to be done as the negative effects of the residential school legacy in B.C. continue to be felt in the public education system. Trustees are seeking a commitment from government to collectively re-double efforts to recognize the culture and history of Aboriginal peoples in provincial curriculum. Publicly elected school trustees are very proud of the success of B.C.’s public education system, but we have increasing concerns about the impact of funding pressures on the system. While we fully understand the realities of the current global and provincial economies we also know that our students’ futures cannot wait. Trustees ask that government commit to predictable and stable funding, which includes the annual addition of dollars to address cost pressures. (Cost pressures include items like teacher pension and MSP increases, rise in utility costs, negotiated salary increases and more) So, in these last weeks leading up to the May 14 election, we hope that you will express your support for public education. Join your local trustees at all-candidates meetings where we will be asking candidates to commit to the above values. Go to Facebook.com/METOOBC and like us, or tweet out what you value about public education @BC_STA#METOOBC or check out the website at METOOBC.CA Let’s get the conversation going!


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Easter Specials Exciting store changes coming up!

March 21 – 31

Watch for our new May 10th flyer!

Turkeys

98

¢ /lb

Hams Butt End

$

4

69 /kg

Pumpkin Pies

2/

$

7

Toupie Hams 2 kg

10

$

/ea

Fresh

Dinner Buns

1

$

98 /dozen

All Western Family Products

15% off

Daily in-store specials!

McMynn’s Grocery 630 Florence, Midway, BC 250-449-2242


Boundary Creek Times, March 21, 2013