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The City of Cranbrook is officially the 33rd Solar Community in British Columbia, following an announcement by SolarBC at the Canadian Rockies International Airport on Earth Day 2013. The announcement was made on the roof of the airport terminal building where solar panels are preheating the water for use inside the facility – a successful City solar project that has been

BC’s Solar Communities are laying the foundation for a solar future, as prices continue to fall,” Guy Dauncey, BC Sustainable Energy Association

in operation since October 2012. The City of Cranbrook and SolarBC signed a partnership agreement in late November 2012, which commits the City to work toward being less reliant on fossil

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Protect yourself and others with vaccination Submitted In the last 50 years, immunization has saved more lives in Canada than any other health intervention. On National Immunization Awareness Week, this year Interior Health would like to remind you that we can all play an important role in stopping the spread of vaccine preventable diseases. When most people are vaccinated for a disease, it makes it harder for that disease to spread from person to person. When people stop immunizing, diseases come back and that becomes especially risky for those who may be more vulnerable like young children, seniors, and people with certain medical conditions or compromised immune systems. “This year we saw an increase in cases of whooping cough (pertussis) here in Interior Health and some parts of our province experienced significant outbreaks,” said Dr. Rob Parker, Medical Health Officer with Interior Health. “This is an important reminder that we need to keep our immunization rates high to help prevent

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A recently retired East Kotenay tow operator and his wife were recognized and thanked for over 35 years of work. The RCMP East Kootenay Traffic Services presented a plaque recognizing the excellent service provided by Ray and Marlene Schmidt of Selkirk Towing a local operator in Cranbrook.

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Cranbrook Fire is proud to announce that Grade 3 student Hope Ewaskow from Kootenay Orchards elementary has been selected as an honourable mention in the 2013 Burn Awareness Week Poster Contest. Over 1300 students across British Columbia submitted posters and Hope finished in the top 50. Hope received her framed poster, a Burn Fund Stuffy, and Cranbrook a $50.00 cheque for her school. Her poster will also appear on the Burn Fund website for one year (www. Society for burnfund.org). Community Living Cranbrook Society for Community Living is a non-profit agency providing services for Developmentally Delayed Adults. We are now accepting application in our residential program. Post-secondary education in a related field and/or experience supporting individuals with developmental disabilities is preferred. Successful applicants must have or have the ability to obtain a class 4 driver’s license, food safe, first aid and CPR.

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National Day of Mourning April 28, 2013

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The numbers are staggering. In 2011, 919 workplace deaths were recorded in Canada – a decrease from 1,014 the previous year. This represents more than 2.6 deaths every single day. In the nineteen year period from 1993 to 2011, 17,062 people lost their lives due to work-related causes (an average of 898 deaths per year). The National Day of Mourning, held annually on April 28, was officially recognized by the federal government in 1991, eight years after the day of remembrance was launched by the Canadian Labour Congress. The Day of Mourning has since spread to about 80 countries around the world and has been adopted by the AFL-CIO and the International Confederation of Free Trade. The Canadian flag on Parliament Hill will fly at half-mast. Workers will light candles, don ribbons and black armbands and observe moments of silence. Businesses are asked to participate by declaring April 28 a Day of Mourning and to strive to prevent workplace deaths, illnesses and injuries. by The Canadian Labour Congress Over 1,000 Canadian workers are dying every year. In Canada, four workers die each day. The number of people killed at work each year in Canada has risen for the past 15 years. This is in contrast to almost every other OECD country where the incidence of workplace fatalities is declining. In 2007, according to the latest report from the Association of Workers’ Compensation Boards of Canada, 1,055 people lost their lives at work. That’s four people every work day. Dead because their workplace was not safe. Dead because they got injured. Dead because they got cancer. Dead because they were attacked. Four people every day who never come home again. Dead because their employer failed to ensure they were safe at work. In addition to these workers killed at work, there are many others where the death goes unreported if they die of a disease unrec-

ognized as an occupational disease. The number and rate of workplace fatalities in Canada, even from accidents, is unacceptably high. We have failed to make progress in reducing the number and rate of workplace deaths. We have some of the best health and safety laws in the country, yet the number of workers that lose their life continues to increase. In many jurisdictions, the monitoring of labour and safety standards has been drastically cut back, or even replaced by “voluntary” industry compliance. Canada can do much better. Canada needs to enforce the law and save workers’ lives. It’s time for the provinces and territories to appoint special prosecutors to lay charges against employers when their actions cause death or serious injury. More inspectors must be hired to ensure employers comply with the law. It’s also time for all governments to enact new regulations that deal with known dangers in today’s workplaces, including

workplace violence, exposure to toxins and carcinogens, repetitive stress injuries and injuries caused by poor ergonomics, workplace harassment and stress. Any workplace death or injury is preventable. Thousands of men and women, some as young as 15, have needlessly had their lives taken over the past 25 years by their employers. How many more of us have to lose their lives before governments finally take action.

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By Lorne Eckersley The late model silver Hyundai Accent sits in her driveway, serving as a constant reminder that Tilley Kaye is no longer allowed to drive. Kaye is yet another senior who has fallen victim to the Ministry of Transportation’s DriveAble program, a combination of verbal and driving exams designed to take cognitively impaired drivers off the road. Tests are intended to assess memory, attention, reaction time and

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judgment. “For nearly a year my car has been sitting there, insured,” she said. Sitting in her cozy, tidy mobile home, Kaye sorts through the stacks of paperwork she has amassed as she struggles to find a way to get back behind the wheel. She is quick to pull names from her memory and shows no obvious signs of having a brain that is slowing down. “I’m a bum now,” she said. “I have to walk past my own car to beg rides from friends to get around.” Kaye’s troubles started last year, when her foot slipped off the brake and onto the gas pedal in a Canyon Street parking lot. By the time she 3/27/2013 came3:21:29 toPMa stop, the car had driven through a steel railing and across 20th Avenue. Luckily, no other vehicles were involved and Kaye suffered only some sore ribs. She made an appointment with her doctor and her life hasn’t been the same since. After diagnosing a broken rib, the physician pulled out some papers and launched into a series

of questions. Only afterward did Kaye learn that the questions were part of a cognitive skills test, part of the DriveAble system created by an Edmonton professor and adopted in B.C. by the Ministry of Transportation. The questions aren’t especially difficult, but Kaye said she was in her doctor’s office to have her ribs checked and that she was baffled at the string of questions presented without a word of explanation. “I thought she was nuts,” she said of her doctor. “I thought she was playing a little kids game. When I left, I told her to shove it.” Instructions for administering the test specifically direct the tester not to explain the test or its purpose until afterward. Later, Kaye got a letter telling her she would have to take a driving exam if she wanted to keep her licence. “I’m not the only one who’s had an accident,” she protests. “They still drive. I didn’t kill anyone.” see Licence page 7

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A $20,000 Community Gaming Grant provided to the Sand Creek Community Club will go toward a feasibility study to determine whether a new arena and curling rink will be built in the South Country area, announced Community, Sport and Cultural Development Minister Bill Bennett. “I look forward to the conclusions of the feasibility study. This is exactly how these processes should work - by engaging with the very people who will utilize and benefit from the project. I know just how popular sports like hockey and curling are in the area, but ultimately it will be up to the community to decide if this is the right project,” said Community, Sport and Cultural Development Minister Bill Bennett. The comprehensive feasibility study, expected to take three to four months, will look at a number of different factors to determine

whether the area can support a new arena and curling rink. Population growth projections, capital and operating costs, community support and possible locations are among the considerations which will be explored during the process. Extensive consultations, including open town-hall meetings, involving various local organizations, local government officials, the school district, business leaders, other interest groups and residents will contribute their views to the final report. Government gaming grants benefit local communities by allowing eligible organizations to apply for gaming revenues that support a broad range of local programs and services.


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Tilley Kaye with her insured car, which she can’t drive after failing the DriveAble test. Licence from page 6

Eventually, she was scheduled for a driving exam. In Nelson. “A friend drove me over in my car, but I wasn’t allowed to use it,” Kaye recalled. “I’ve never driven in Nelson in my life. Uphill, downhill, in the pouring rain. “When the test was over I asked the examiner how I did. ‘You

drive too slow,’ he said. DriveAble is crooked in every way.” Kaye has worked doggedly since turning her licence over to ICBC. She’s “fired” her doctor and had another local physician administer his own cognitive test. She passed with flying colours. The Ministry of Transportation (specifically, the Office of the Superintendent of Motor

Vehicles) response was that she can only retake the driving test if her doctor can show what health conditions have improved. “There was nothing wrong with me in the first place,” she said. “How am I supposed to improve?” Kaye has contacted her MLA’s office. “Michelle Mungall said she can’t change DriveAble alone,” she

said. She’s unloaded her frustrations on Regional District of Central Kootenay Area B director John Kettle, who says the process is unfair and must be changed. “I wonder if it isn’t illegal for doctors to administer these tests without a patient’s consent,” Kettle said. “And making Creston Valley residents, especially seniors, drive to Nelson for a road test is ridiculous. I spend a lot of time in Nelson and even I hate driving there. This is a bad system and it needs to be changed. We need to treat our seniors with more respect than this DriveAble system does.” Nelson-Creston Liberal candidate Greg Garbula agrees that the system is unfair. “I think that the process will need to be identified and made sure that it is fair for all communities,” he said. “And if the doctors are administering the initial test of cognizance, that it is given with total understanding of the consequence.” Kaye said that as a senior, she doesn’t drive a lot, and never takes trips of any distance. “The furthest I ever go

is to Porthill to buy gas,” she said. “Mostly, it’s to run errands, do my grocery shopping and visit friends.” She takes the same, familiar routes on those short trips, and is certain that she is not a danger on the road and that .

her accident could have happened to anyone. Her sense of humour remains intact, despite the frustrations of the past year. “Now I am catching rides with a 90-year-old lady,” she laughs. Does she feel like her

driving days are over? She sifts through her collection of correspondence and talks of plans to meet with anyone who might be able to help with her situation. “I am not giving up,” she said.

School Districts 5 and 6

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Host an International Student! School Districts 5 and 6 invite families throughout the East Kootenay to host one or two international students starting in September. Most students are from Germany, Mexico, Brazil and Japan, will be studying in Grades 8 to 12, and will be staying either for one semester or one school year. We encourage empty-nester parents or any family to consider hosting two students from different countries. Such double placements are consistently very successful. Host families receive a tax-free allowance each month per student, and weekend and/or vacation coverage is available. To receive an information package:

Kimberley, Invermere, Golden Please contact Duncan MacLeod duncan.macleod@sd6.bc.ca (250) 427-2245

Cranbrook, Fernie, Sparwood Please contact Martin Ross martin.ross@sd5.bc.ca (250) 417-2061 Laura from Brazil

YOUR CITY....WORKING FOR YOU! Pitch In Canada Week – April 21 – 27, 2013

The City of Cranbrook’s annual Pitch-In campaign is under way for another year and runs from April 21st – 27th! All of the schools within the City of Cranbrook have been actively involved in cleaning up their school yards each year with loads of Pitch-In bags being collected. Several local clubs, organizations, Chamber members, Downtown Business Association and other citizens have been supportive of this program. The 20-Minute Makeover: As part of Cranbrook’s Pitch-In Week Campaign, this activity is designed to increase participation by encouraging business owners and citizens to take 20-minutes and spruce up the area around their business or home. Twenty minutes can make a difference! A clean and litter-free community can attract tourism and promote economic activity, as well as encourage a sense of pride amongst citizens.

Low Flow Toilet Rebate Returns May 1

This popular rebate program returns to provide an incentive for homeowners who install a low flow toilet, replacing a higher volume fixture (greater than 6 litres per flush). There is a lifetime maximum of two $50 rebates (maximum $100) per residence. Submitting an application does not guarantee a rebate – each application will be evaluated and processed on a first come, first serve basis. To qualify for a rebate, you must be a property owner in the limits of the City of Cranbrook. For more information about the Low Flow Toilet Rebate program and qualifications you can visit the City of Cranbrook website at www.cranbrook.ca.

False Alarm Bylaw

Established in 2008, this bylaw states that when police attend at a business premises to provide service in response to a false alarm of a security alarm system, the owner of the property on which the premises are located shall pay to the City of Cranbrook: $100 for the first offence; $150 for the second; $200 for each offence thereafter. This bylaw does not apply to residential properties. Visit our website and click on ‘Bylaws’ for more on all of our City bylaws.

Reminders Monday May 6, 2013 – Regular City Council Meeting @ 6pm Monday May 20, 2013 – City Hall Closed (Victoria Day) Monday May 27, 2013 – Regular City Council Meeting @ 6pm

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The Presidents of British Columbia Colleges (BC Colleges) representing 13 institutions in BC and the Yukon announced today the formal creation of a BC Applied Research and Innovation Network (BCARIN). BCARIN’s mandate is to connect member institutions – their students and faculty – with business and community organizations who seek to solve ‘real world’ problems which demand skill in research and innovation. BCARIN has launched a web site and network ‘portal’ at www.bcarin. ca and it has appointed its first executive board, Co-Chaired by Thor Borgford, Dean of Science & Technology at Douglas College and Margaret Heldman, Dean of Science at Langara. Said Borgford and Heldman, “The BCARIN initiative will grow applied research capacity within the Colleges and fellow institutions, it will produce greater direct engagement of students and faculty with their communities and promote an extensive sharing of knowledge and resources. Importantly, the network aims to enhance business productivity and improve the outcomes sought by community organizations.” College of the Rockies’ Vice-President of Education Doug McLachlan comments, “Canadian colleges facilitate innovation that supports job creation and economic growth. Applied research through BC Colleges encourages creative partnerships that will contribute to expanded and increased student participation.” Angus Graeme, Presi-

dent of Selkirk College and Chair of BC Colleges notes, “Skilled and educated workers are our most critical resource and BC’s 11 public colleges are focused on ensuring our graduates have the right advanced skills and education to meet labour market demands. This includes fostering an environment that places an emphasis on applied research and innovation as a means to improved workforce productivity, sustained business and enterprise success, and expanded community engagement.” Members of BCARIN belong to the Association of Canadian Community Colleges (ACCC) and are accredited to administer funding from the three major Canadian federal granting agencies – the Canadian Institutes of Health research (CIHR), the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC). Member institutions include: College of the Rockies, Camosun College, the College of New Caledonia, Douglas College, Justice Institute of BC, Langara, North Island College, Northwest Community College, Northern Lights College, Okanagan College, Selkirk College, Vancouver Community College, and Yukon College. Members offer a broadrange of expertise and experience in research and development, and the required infrastructure to support innovation in industrial, corporate, and community contexts.

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Runners take off at last year’s Spring Honda Fun Run. Submitted If you have ever contemplated running a 5 or 10k race then have we got the solution for you! There is nothing like the experience of setting a goal to run a race and crossing the finish line –with a local race right here in your community, here is your chance! The third annual Spring Honda Fun Run is fast approaching and registration is open! You have the choice of entering the 5k walk (not timed), 5k run or the 10k run. The race will be held this year on Saturday, May 11th at 10am at the College of the Rockies track. The route will be the same as the previous two years covering the scenic area from the College of the Rockies track, past the East Kootenay Regional Hospital and Cranbrook Firehall, up towards Idlewild Park and back. The 5k run turnaround is just past the golf course. We welcome competitive runners as well as those who are out to run for the first time and everyone in between! There is a school challenge again this year; the school with the highest percentage of participation will be awarded a trophy and $300, and the corporate challenge where your team’s top 4 combined times could win you bragging rights and a trophy to display at your workplace! We have the addition of a Kids race this year which will be a

Twoonie entry fee and start at 9am (no preregistration required). It will consist of a number of races around the track with prizes to be won. We hope families will come up to this great event together and enjoy a day of fitness and fresh air while supporting a great cause. For those who are running to get their personal best times, we have chip timing available again from Results Canada, which allows for accurate timing and instant results! Medals will be awarded to the top male and females in each age category. All proceeds from this event go to the ALS Society of BC. ALS (also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease) is a degenerative neuromuscular disease that causes those with the disease to lose the use of voluntary muscles. There is no known cure for ALS and money raised will go to those afflicted by the disease in our community to help them purchase equipment and aid them in coping with this condition. We look forward to seeing a great turnout again this year and thank our wonderful title sponsor, Spring Honda for their generous support! Registration is available in person at Core Fitness, or on-line at Springhondafunrun. com. Like our Facebook Page to keep updated to upcoming information!

Spring Honda Fun Run for ALS – Saturday, May 11th 2013 at 10am Race Entry Cost Information: All registration fees include Exclusive Souvenir Race Bag filled with fun swag, Post-Race Refreshments, Official Chip Timing by Results Canada and a donation to the ALS Society of BC.     

5K & 10K Run Adult – Early Bird $35 5K & 10K Run Adult – April 1st to Race Day $50 5K & 10K Run Student (18 & under) – Early Bird $20 5K & 10K Run Student (18 & under) – April 1st to Race Day $25 5K Walk by Donation (no chip timing) - $15 minimum

Check in and Race Package pick up Friday, May 10th from 10am – 3pm at Core Fitness, and prior to the race Saturday, May 11th 8.30am – 9.30am at the College of the Rockies track. Payment & Registration Forms can be mailed or dropped off at Core Fitness 209 – 16th Ave N, Cranbrook BC Questions? Send an email to springhondafunrun@gmail.com Online Registration available through our website: www.springhondafunrun.com and our Facebook page.

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Waiver: By accepting a race number for this 2012 Spring Honda Fun Run for ALS, I agree that I will not hold any sponsors or volunteers associated with this race legally responsible for my safety or well being. I understand that there may be traffic or other hazards on this course and I am responsible to be aware of my surroundings at all times. I also understand that taking part in this activity may be physically straining and it is my responsibility to ensure that I am healthy enough to take part in this event. Persons under the age of 19 must have parental consent to take part in this event. I (print name) __________________________________________ accept the above conditions of participation. Signature: _____________________________ Parent/Guardian Signature for participant under 19:__________________________ Date: _____________________, 2013.


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Ben Heppner is recognized worldwide as the finest dramatic tenor before the public today. He excels in the most challenging roles, from Wagner’s Tristan and Lohengrin to Verdi’s Otello and Berlioz’ Aeneas. He is acclaimed in music capitals around the world for his beautiful voice, intelligent musicianship and sparkling dramatic sense. Currently touring a new recital program with John Hess, Ben will be gracing the stage of small Theatres across the Prairies and Western Canada. Heppner was born in Murrayville, British Columbia, and lived in Dawson Creek. He began his musical studies at the University of British Columbia and first attracted national attention when he won the CBC Talent Festival in 1979. Since then, he has gone on to become one of the most prominent dramatic tenor’s active today. This intimate evening with Ben Heppner is a once in a life time event! Ben Heppner performs at the Key City Theatre on Sunday, May 18 at 7:30. Tickets are $72 and are available at the Key City Theatre box office or charge by phone at 250-426-7006.

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Join the University of Alberta Mixed Chorus in concert as it comes to Cranbrook on its 69th annual Spring Tour. It was founded in 1944 by Gordon Clark, a medical student, who wanted to bring together students who shared his love for music and singing. Sixty nine years later, that tradition continues. Led by conductor Dr. Robert de Frece, the UAMC is pleased to present a delightful repertoire of choral works ranging from the Baroque to Broadway. Highlighted works include J. S. Bach’s ‘Bist du bei mir’, William Byrd’s ‘O Magnum Mysterium,’ and selections from the musical ‘The Music Man.’ Featured with the UAMC are the Faculty of Education Handbell Ringers, who celebrate their 25th anniversary this year. Founded by Dr. Robert de Frece in 1988, the Handbell Ringers have dazzled and entertained audiences with their quick hands and beautiful tones. This group plays one of largest collections of handbells and chimes in Canada. The Handbell Ringers will be playing “Syncopated Clock,” and a specially commissioned arrangement of “Belle of the Ball.” The show takes place at the Cranbrook United Church on May 4, at 7:30 p.m. Admission is $12 for adults and $7 for students. For additional information please contact Nicola Gale at gale@ ualebrta.ca or Charlotte Ternoway at Cranbrook United Church (charlotte@cranbrookunited. com).

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To Place a lisTing in our community news section: 1. open to all clubs and non-profit organizations. 2. Post your event online at www. kootenayadvertiser. com (calendar). events appear on our website onlY. if you wish your event to be published in the paper please submit by fax (250)489-3743 or to our front desk or email: advertising@ kootenayadvertiser.com 3. notices are published as space permits and for the current week only. This is not a guarantee of publication. We reserve the right to edit information.

APRIL 26 gaRage sale DonaTions for the Friends of the cranbrook Public library are being accepted from 10 aM to 6 PM at the Manual Training center, adjacent to the cranbrook library. Due to space limitations no large furniture or large appliances are accepted. everything else is fine

APRIL 27 coMMuniTY YaRD sale. Yahk-Kingsgate Hall, 9:00 a.M. To

4:00 P.M.concession, Duck Pond FoR THe cHilDRen. come sell or BuY. Book a spot oR inFo. PHone: sanDY 250-424-5468 Theresa 250-424-5118 gaRage sale, by the Friends of the cranbrook Public library, will be held in the Manual Training center, adjacent to the library. Times 10 aM to 4 PM. come on out and see what treasures you can find! For info call Michele at 250-426 4063 aPRil 27 & 28 - THe guYs 2nd annual garage sale (gals are welcome too). Takes place behind the Bull River inn. starts 10am until 4ish. $5/site. silent auction - storage War style. Proceeds go to Bc children's Hospital.

APRIL 30 Have caMeRa Will TRavel.... Join Kaity Brown for her travelogue presentation "exploring ancient Temples and ashrams in india" at centre 64 at 7:30 pm. admission by donation. Proceeds to Kimberley arts council & expansion Project.

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5-6 pm, Kimberley Rec centre, sponsored by Kootenay Monument installations.

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calendar living centre (2- 14th ave south). crafts, commercial product, yard sale items. to book a table contact Jennifer at 1-250-919-6510. all proceeds from table rentals to ToPs 2133 MoTHeR's DaY Tea anD BaKe sale @ the girl guide Hall May 4 10-3 and June 1 9am1pm garage sale, all proceeds going to 552 Key city air cadets at new life four square church 308 10th ave s. HoMe gRoWn Music socieTY presents the last coffee House of this season at centre 64 at 8:00 pm. Tickets $10 at the snowdrift cafe & centre 64 in Kimberley. univeRsiTY oF alBeRTa MixeD cHoRus 69TH sPRing TouR with the Faculty of education Handbell Ringers venue: cranbrook united church Time: 7:30 pm admission: $12 adults, $7 students. For additional information please contact nicola gale at gale@ualebrta.ca or charlotte Ternoway at cranbrook united church (charlotte@cranbrookunited.com). locals coFFeeHouse, entertainment by local artists at the studio stage Door, 11-11th ave. s., cranbrook. 7:30 pm sharp. To avoid disappointment purchase your tickets early at: swing street coffeehouse, lotus Books. 489-0856.

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MAy 2 cRanBRooK legion neil Diamond Tribute show, featuring Joey Purpura, 8 pm. $20 advance $25 at the Door. tickets in the club room. for more info phone 250-426-4512

MAy 3 HoMe gRoWn Music socieTY is pleased to present The clover Point Drifters from victoria at centre 64 at 8:00 pm.Tickets $15 at lotus Books, the snowdrift cafe & centre 64 in Kimberley. WilDHoRse cYcling cluB Movie nigHT ‘Reveal the Path’. Join us for a night out, 8pm at the studio stage Door tickets $10.00 at the door. Refreshments and annual memberships ($20.00) will also be available. evening will open with a fabulous collaboration of local amateur films followed by headline movie ‘Reveal the Path’.

MAy 4 MaY MaRKeT, cranbrook communit2y

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Drop boxes at Safeway and Save On Foods Food Bank ofce 104-8th Ave. S. 250-426-7664 (from 10am-3pm)

MAy 5 scoTiaBanK Ms WalK, Registration 8-9am, walk 10am. Join us for a fun day! You can register at mswalks.ca or call cyndie Dilts, 250426-0020. FRaTeRnal oRDeR oF eagles ladies auxiliary pancake breakfast. eveyrone welcome. 8:30am-11am. $5/person. 711 Kootenay st.

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The 'canadian Parents for French -cranbrook/ Fernie chapter' annual general Meeting will be held at TM Roberts elementary school from 121pm in the school library. all people interested in supporting French second language education in school District 5 are invited to attend. Please call Katrin Powell 4890070 for more information.

MAy 8 Kimberley garden club May program: Deer Proofing Your Yard. selkirk High school library 7-9 pm. new members welcome. For more info: nola 250-427-1948.

MAy 9 vis aRT - Reception from 7pm to 9pm ; everyone is welcome at the gallery 135 10th ave. HeaRT To HeaRT invites all women to an evening of Fashion & Fun. cranborok alliance audotirium. Words of hope: cyndie Dilts. Fashions by BFM Thrift store, 6:30 pm, 1200 Kootenay st. n., cranbrook.

MAy 10 gReen BuilDing conFeRence 2013 MaY 10-11 KiMBeRleY The green Building conference 2013 will bring some of the leading thinkers and doers in the field of green Building here to the east Kootenays for 2 days of workshops, a trade show featuring products and services, and a Keynote speech on Friday night called “Retrofit Revolution”. greenbuildingconference.ca

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MAy 11 KooTenaY cHilDRen's Festival. FRee. 10am-4pm in front of cranbrook's Key city Theatre. sun valleY song presents "a Musical Bouquet" spring concert at 730 pm and sunday May 12 at 200 pm. Knox Presbyterian church at the corner of victoria and 3rd st. s, cranbrook Tickets: $10 adults; $5 children (12 and under). available from choir members, at lotus Books or at the door. gogo gRannies HosTs THeiR annual gliTz anD glaMouR evenT. good food, good company and sale of gently used jewelry and accessories, silent and live auction. Heritage inn from 11am - 2pm. Tickets are $23. and can be purchased at lotus Books or by calling Jane Facey at 250-426-7540.

MAy 12 KiMBeRleY naTuRe PaRK - MoTHeR's DaY WalK - Meet at the Higgins st. entrance at 2 pm for a 2 - 2.5 hr moderate hike. Join leaders Ruth and Kent goodwin 250-4275404

MAy 15 FRee FaMilY sWiMs (persons 18 & under must be accompanied by an adult), 6-7 pm. sponsored by RcMP, speed watch.

MAy 17 THe KiMBeRleY coMMuniTY cHoiR presents our all canadian spring concert. 7 pm and a matinee, saturday, May 18th at 2 pm. centre 64 - Kimberley Platzl 64 Deer Park ave. Refreshments & door prizes and admission by donation. cRanBRooK & DisTRicT aRTs council celebrate the arts gala event 40th anniversary at the Ktunaxa gym. Tickets at cDac or lotus Books.

MAy 18 social ~ Dance is held this evening, from 7-10, at the cranbrook seniors Hall, 2nd st. s. to the music of Tucker's Troubadours. admission is $10. Refreshments served. 250.489.2720

MAy 22 FoRT sTeele ceMeTeRY clean uP 9:30 am. volunteers needed. Pleases bring your own rake.

MAy & June May 4 to June 1 vis art show. contact the cranbrook & District arts council, 250-4264223, www.theartscouncil.ca. May 31-June 2 PasTel

WoRKsHoP with susan Woolgar at cDac. sign up at cDac. contact the cranbrook & District arts council, 250-426-4223, www. theartscouncil.ca.

JuLy 20 The organizers of the Brothers insurance agency charity car show are looking for vendors to set up at the car show at Western Financial Place. We are looking for merchandise and food vendors. FMi Patricia 250-426-2542 or at ekidsfirst@telus.net.

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o v e R e a T e R s anonYMous offers support, Hope and strength in numbers , a 12-step program, helps members throughout the world deal with these issues. cranbrook united church, 2 – 12th avenue south, Tuesdays 7-8 pm (downstairs) contact: Dawn W. 250464-0160, clarkeanddawn@hotmail.com THe cRanBRooK FooD BanK society is in desperate need of strong healthy volunteers to help on a weekly basis. if you can even lift & carry 20 lbs we can use you!. Must commit to at least 3 hrs/week. 426-7664. DaFFoDil laDies caMPaign For children With cancer: ladies 18 and over are asked to participate in a photographic fundraising event for children with cancer and their families. Photo studio 2767 Rotary Drive, Kimberley 250 427-4149 weisencpc@yahoo.com “seTTling in” is a free program that provides one-to-one and group english as a second language instruction to immigrant and refugee adults who live in cranbrook and Kimberley. The columbia Basin alliance provides this service in partnership with the college of the Rockies and the Ministry of advanced education. For info email khough@ cbal.org or phone Katherine at (250)417-2896. KiMBeRleY senioRs BRancH #14 general Meeting 1st Tuesday of each month, 10 am. all seniors welcome. 427-2805. Do You sTRuggle WiTH addictive b e h av i o u r ? n a rc o t i c s anonymous meets every Wednesday at the united church(next to safeway) 8pm.everyone welcome.You are not alone. THe cellaR THRiFT sToRe now operates in the lower level of cranbrook united church. entrance is on


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and family to walk with you as a MS walk team heartS in Motion Walking Club meet Mon, Wed, Fri at the Cranbrook rec Plex 9am. Walk inside or out, all ages welcome. Marion 250426-4529 or Jeanette 250-426-2393 KiMBerley SeniorS BranCh #14 general Meeting 1st tuesday of each month, 10 am. all seniors welcome. 427-2805. are you intereSted in turning rocks into gems...? CBK rock and gems of the Kootenays is interested in new members. Frank 4211177, Barb 426-5623. CoMe and Join us at the Senior Centre in Cranbrook for an afternoon of Bingo every Wed. at 1 pm. the CranBrooK guardian at www. liveable cranbrook blogspot.com for tidbits and snippets relative to Cranbrook. visit us - updated daily. you never know what you might find. Bored thiS SuMMer? looking for something to do? two non-profit societies are looking for help at evening bingo’s. no special training required. For more information contact stacey at 250-4893114 ext 227 SPring arrived at Bibles for Missions thrift Store. Bright colors, outdoor items. We love recycling your donations. volunteers appreciated. open tues.-Sat. 10am5pm. 824 Kootenay St. n., Cranborok. 778-5201981. Book donations Wanted: Friends of the Cranbrook Public library & the Sunrise rotary club are accepting donations of books, videos, dvd’s Cd’s cassettes & maps (all in good cond). no encyclopedias. drop off at the library during reg opening hrs. CoMMunity SPonSored PuBliC swims first Wed. or every month, 5-6 pm. Kimberley aquatic Centre. everyone iS WelCoMe to SPeaK out with our united Way Cranbrook and Kimberley. Silence is never golden. We invite community members of all ages and backgrounds to contact us about a coffee date to express your vision for a community that cares. Call (250)426-8833 to speak with donna or tanis, or email crankimbunitedway@ shaw.ca CreSton valley Quilter’S guildWednesday meetings and workshops (alternating) start 9 am. anglican Church basement 422-7th ave n Creston..

new members welcome. Contact info 250 866 5409, email:crestonvalle yquiltersguild@shaw.ca. SeniorS helPing SeniorS. the Friendly visitor Program in supporting the quality of life is offering visits for seniors wanting companionship, transportation as well as support for those caring for seniors. . 4272449. are you Feeling aPPreCiated, valued & empowered? do you work with people who enjoy teamwork & a fun environment? you must be a united Way of Cranbrook and Kimberley volunteer! We need you! donna, 426-8833. ladieS auxiliary to royal Canadian legion Branch 24, the royal Canadian legion meets second tuesday of each month, September to June, at 1 pm at the telus building on 11th ave. new members welcome. Melanie, (250)426-3430. BaBy gooSe - free program for parents with babies under oneyear-old at Kimberley early leaning Centre. rhymes, songs and stories, guest speakers. thursdays, 10:30 to 11:30. Call terri 250427-2215 or Kim 250427-4466 FaMily Fun night! eat & play with your preschooler at Kimberley early learning Centre thursdays 4 to 7 pm. Please call gina at 250-427-5309 WhiSt at Senior Center, every thursday at 7 pm. new players welcome. Fernie royal Canadian legion Br #36 general meetings will be held on the 3rd tuesday of each month at 7 pm. elKo ParKS and reCreation FundraiSerS (proceeds toward hall operations): Pancake Breakfast is the 2nd Sunday monthly. incl. pancakes, sausage patties & eggs, o/juice & ‘all you want’ coffee For $7.00 and kids 10&under $3.00 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon at elko Community hall BiBleS For MiSSionS thrift Store thanks Cranbrook and area for your support. open tues-Sat 10-5pm. donated items greatefully accepted. 824 Kootenay St. n.a great place to save and volunteer. Winning reSuMe, Cover letter and interview session - at Job Seekers resource Centre. Call 489-5117 or drop by to sign up for this free workshop to help you in your job search. have you Been diagnosed with Perphria? i’d like to met you. leave

message, 489-2670. SelF advoCateS are Meeting at realM the first thurs. of each month, 4 pm, 111 Kootenay ave. north eK eating diSorder CliniC at the eK hospital offers confidential help to children, teens & adults with restrictive eating (anorexia) or binge/purge problems (bulimia). 489-6416. do you Want to find out about your fitness level? get your “deutsches Sportabzeichen” (fitness medal). authorized to take the necessary tests in Canada from age 8 to 90. everybody can do it and we will help, free of charge. Contact udo or ursula grady 250-4893643. We are gathering inForMation on Canal Flats history in hopes of publishing a book in the future. if you have any information or pictures you would like to share contact norm & Joyce Bidder at 3495224, gloria Perry at 349-5392, 349-5462. KiMBerley FaMily literaCy PrograMS: Baby goose: free drop-in group for parents with new & young babies, to get together, have fun, learn rhymes & lullabies & have discussions about baby development. Wednesdays, 9:30-10:30am, anglican Church hall. Program offered jointly by health unit & Family literacy. terri, 427-6703 or Kim, 427-4468. Free, eduCational theraPeutiC & Parenting grouPS offered by Summit Community Services. Space is limited, info. 489-3114 or visit www.summitfamily.ca. Screening may be required, child care is not provided. daFFodil ladieS CaMPaign For Children With Cancer: ladies 18 and over are asked to participate in a photographic fundraising event for children with cancer and their families. Photo Studio 2767 rotary drive, Kimberley 250 4274149 weisencpc@yahoo. com iMPaCt youth ChurCh, all youth & young adults welcome, every Mon., 7:30 pm, 308-10th ave. S. (old school building). info. 489-1057. eK Senior CaregiverS netWorK: are you caring for a senior family member or friend? if so, would you be interested in attending a support group & meeting with others in your community with similar situations? For more information about support in your community

call 1-877-489-0803. to receive a free copy of eK Caregivers network newsletter call 417-6162 aBove a WhiSPer newsletter-to receive the latest updates regarding the local music scene contact rod Wilson at parahaki@ xplornet.com. are you a musician, performer or organizer with an upcoming event? rod to be included in this newsletter.. healthy heart PrograM ? do you have heart disease? learn how to live Well with heart disease and lower your cardiac risk factors with this interior health Cardiac education & Walking Program, available Free to people living with heart disease, and their families. Jackie @ (250) 489-6414 local 4292 volunteer noW For the Canadian Cancer Society. there are many jobs available if you have spare time and would like to volunteer. all you need is 3 hours a day once a week to help make a difference. as a volunteer, you would gain office experience, polish up on existing office skills or come help us fight cancer by volunteering at one of our events. interested applicants can call (250) 426-8916, drop by our office at #19 9th avenue South in Cranbrook or go to www.fightwithus. ca. alCoholiCS anonyMouS : Meeting Wednesdays at 7.30 p.m. in Fernie anglican Church 561 4th ave. Call 250-423-2131 for details. united Way oF CranBrooK and KiMBerley is now on Facebook and twitter. Follow us to keep up to date on our activities and join our conversations. www.facebook. com/ourunitedWay www.twitter.com/ourunitedWay iF you are looKing to get all you can out of this life and the next, consider investigating the Bahá’í Faith. We say that for these reasons; our community offers free children spiritual classes. For the older kids above 11 we need help to start a free junior youth empowerment group. there are also study groups, and devotionals. Just one more thing these are available to all people young or old, we won’t turn any one away. thank you all and hope meet or at least talk to you. if this sounds like something you are interested in then please call me at 426-4081 or 417-2003 or www.bahai. org or email lSacranbrook@shaw.ca

Calvary Chapel Cranbrook Hear it, Live it, Share it The Studio Stage Door, 11 Ave S. Sunday Service - 10:30 am For more info: 421-1822 www.calvarychapelcranbrook.com

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#2 - 12 Ave. S. on the corner of Baker & 12th Phone: 250-426-2022 Fax: 250-426-2085 Rev. Frank Lewis Sunday Worship.......................... 10:00 am Sunday School ............................ 1st & 3rd Sunday of the month •www.cranbrookunited.com

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Website: www.eklutheran.ca • Phone: 1-866-426-7564 Pastor Fraser Coltman & Pastor Dave Morton Mt. Zion Cranbrook 920-11th St. S. Sunday Worship 10 am, Thursday Worship 7 pm Holy Cross Kimberley 105 Howard Sunday Worship 10 am Trinity Fernie 691 - 4th Ave. Sunday Worship 1:30 pm Immanuel Elkford 2700 Balmer Dr. Sunday Worship 4 pm St. Peter’s Invermere 110-7th Ave. Sunday Worship 1:30 pm

Cranbrook Fellowship Baptist Church Affiliated with Fellowship of Evangelical Baptist Churches in Canada • Come welcome our new Pastor Cyril Marlatt 2000-5th St. N., Cranbrook • 489-5169 Family Worship .......................... 11:00 am Sunday School ............................ 10:00 am

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1115 2nd Ave. S., Cranbrook (Parkland Middle School) Sunday service ............................ 10:20 am Dwayne & Collette Thompson 421-1099 Frank & Jody Hackett 417-7410

First Baptist Church Pastor Kevin Ewaskow Sunday morning worship at 10:30am Children’s ministries at 10:30am 334 14th Ave S • 250-426-4319 www.fbccranbrook.org

Knox Presbyterian Church Corner Victoria and 3rd Street South 426-7165 Senior Pastor – Dr. Ron Foubister Young Families Pastor – Pastor Al Brouwer Sunday worship/children’s classes 10:00 a.m. Friendly congregation – biblical teaching – traditional and contemporary music - Everyone Welcome!

New Apostolic Church 821 1st Street S., Cranbrook, BC Sunday School ............................ 9:00 am Sunday Service ........................... 10:30 am Wednesday Service..................... 8:00 pm Larry and Nicole Leblond .......... 489-0770 Faith, family, friendship, forever

New Life Foursquare Church 308 10th Ave. South • 489-1057 Sunday Morning Worship • 10am Senior Pastor • Gordon Henry www.cranbrookfoursquare.com

The Salvation Army Kootenay Valley Community Church 533 Slater Road NW, 426-3612 Sunday Worship Service ............ 10:30 am Wednesday Praise Service.......... 5:00 pm Pastor: Captains Linda & Kirk Green

St. Aidan Orthodox Church www.saintaidan.ca Sunday Services.......................... 10:30 am Fellowship lunch and Sunday School to follow For info call: 250-489-8006 or 250-421-6013 Come, See & Pray


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4423. TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) is a non-profit weight loss support group with 3 chapters in Cranbrook. Many members have success stories in reaching their goal. Weigh-ins are either Tues, Wed, or Thurs. Feel free to drop in. Phone Jennifer at 250919-6510 for more info and addresses of nearest chapter to you. KOOTENAY FLYING CLUB. If you like to meet with other pilots or are thinking for getting your wings & need to get more info, come on out. We have fly meets and COPA flights. We meet every second Wednesday of the month, all year round, at Cranbrook McDonalds Restaurant Meeting Room at 7

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for appt , 428-3602. INFORMATION SERVICES FOR Newcomers & Refugees Program. What does the program offer? It provides men, women, children & families with information about Canadian society. It offers guidance & support on adjustment issues, & provides connections to the broader community, 32-13th Ave S, 426-2943. CRANBROOK TENNIS CLUB - open for the season at Kinsmen Park, Victoria Ave. We are seeking new members of all ages, families & singles. We meet every Wed. & Sun. evening from 6-9 pm. Come on out and try your hand at tennis or get back into playing. Steve, 489-9169 or Neil, 4898107. ONGOING TRAINING FOR Emergency Social Services volunteers in Kimberley to help the community should a disaster occur. Betty at 4273503. CRANBROOK ALANON MEETING, 1:30 pm, Fridays. Pat 427-7792 or Anne 426-5409. FOR SURVIVORS OF ACQUIRED brain injury get together every 1st & 3rd Wednesday from 2-4 pm at the United Church, Cranbrook. If you struggle living with ABI and/or want to share your successes Janyce, 417-6220. BABY GOOSE RHYTHM and Rhyme Group in Kimberley . Join us for rhymes, songs and stories for you and your baby at the Anglican Church Hall on Wednesdays 10:30 - 11:30. This is a free program for parents with babies under 1yr old and is facilitated by Kimberley Community Literacy and Kimberley Public Health Nursing. Kim Roberts 427-4468 or Terri Fergus 427-2215 for more information KIMBERLEY CITIZENS ON PATROL require volunteers for night patrols. Minimum 5 hours service per month. Training provided. Applications at Kimberley RCMP office during regular business hours. INFORMATION SUPPORT SERVICES for newcomers, sponsored by Cranbrook Women’s Resource Society, funded by Ministry of Community, Aboriginal & Women’s Services. Mila, 426-2943. INK CARTRIDGE RECYCLING 2ND Cranbrook Pathfinders are collecting used ink cartridges - bubblejet, laser and fax - for recycling. Please drop at Girl Guide Hall, 1421-2nd St.

S. Lori, 489-5921. IF YOU KNOW ANYONE, including a child, who has been abused or harmed by a psychiatrist call the Citizens Commission on Human Rights at 1-800-670-2247. NEW APOSTOLIC CHURCH, FAITH - Family - Friendship Forever, Sunday School 9 am, Sunday Service, 10:30 am, Wednesday Service, 8 pm, 821-1st St. S, everyone is welcome. KIMBERLEY SENIORS DANCE, Kimberley Centennial Hall, 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. every Tuesday. Info: 427-2805 BAHA’I COMMUNITY OF Cranbrook invites everyone to join in celebrating the Word of God. 417-0223, 4264081, 344-6991, www. bahai.org, LSAcranbrook@shaw.ca HEARTS IN MOTION Walking Club meet Mon, Wed, Fri at the Cranbrook Rec Plex 9am. Walk inside or out, all ages welcome. Marion 250-426-4529 or Jeanette 250-426-2393 FOOD BANK BINGO, Kimberley Elks Club, Every Monday at 7pm 427-2343 GOGO GRANNIES (GRANDMOTHERS Helping Grandmothers) meets the last Monday of every month - 7pm at the College of the Rockies. We are a dynamic group of women raising funds for our counterparts in Africa. Grandmothers raising their grandchildren with no resources of their own need our help. Come - share your talents and skills and make new friends. Please call Norma at 250-426-6111. BOOK YOUR CHRISTMAS BUSINESS PARTY now with Colombo Lodge for Dec.8th & Dec. 15th. Call Giacomo or Anna 250-486-5748 or 250421-2084 YOUNG FILMMAKERS-TAKE ACTION & win! BC Epilepsy Society Youth Video Project invites high school students to create a 30-60 second public service announcement promoting awareness about teens & epilepsy. Astarte Sands, 604-875-6704, info@bcepilopsy.com. ATTENTION GAMERS. DO you play Magic the Gathering, D&D, or any other popular games? We are trying to find out how much interest there is in the Cranbrook area to form a gaming community; a location to gather & play, manage events, a communication network, etc. Please send us an email with your name, age, names of any types of games you play and any other comments

you wish to relay to this subject. Send your email to cranbrookgaming@ gmail.com CHAPTER OF THE Canadian Federation of University Women meets every 3rd Thurs., 7 pm. New members welcome. www.cfuw-cranbrook. com. Cathryn 426-4804. WOULD YOU LIKE to be free of drug and alcohol addictions for good? An 86% proven success rate 18-45. Phone Teen Challenge, 1-866866-0701 or www.teenchallenge.com DO YOU HAVE WOOL? Local group is looking for donations of wool to make items for the shelters. Call 250-417-0894 for more information. SPARWOOD RECREATION DEPARTMENT free swimming, Fridays, 4-5:30 pm. FOOD ADDICTS IN RECOVERY Anonymous is a program for individuals recovering from addictive eating behavior. There are no dues or fees at our meetings. There are no weighins. Please feel free to contact the FA office for more information at 781-321-9118. The following meeting is held in Trail, BC every week: Monday and Thursday of every week, Gateway Christian Centre Trail, BC (across from Wall Mart) Monday @10:00 AM THURSDAY @ 7:00 PM Call Connie 250-364-2013 Or email rwhanson@shaw.ca VOLUNTEER SENIORS’ COUNSELLOR Norm Weitzel can assist seniors with government forms, applications & General advocacy. 426-2637. CALLING ALL FISHERMEN & WOMEN Have a passion for fishing and like to learn more about angling? The Cranbrook Rocky Mountain Fly Fishing Club might be what you're looking for. Camaraderie, tips, hints, special events, guest speakers and more. 250489-5856 KIMBERLEY PIPE BAND is looking for new members. Anyone interested in joining, learning pipes and/ or drums with the Kimberley Pipe Band are encouraged to call Dave 427-3092, Jock, 4219157 or Gerry, 427-7963. STONG START BC & Play & Learn Kimberley Family Drop in Programs: Monday’s Play & learn 10-12pm Lindsay Park school, Tuesday’s Strong Start Baby Goose 9-12pm & 10:30-11:30 Early Learning Centre, Wednesday’s Strong Start 9-12pm Early Learning Centre, Thursday’s Play & Learn


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- Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9.30 to 2. Good clothes and shoes at rock bottom prices for men, women, children. donations gratefully accepted. CranbrooK & diStriCt KEnnEL Club meets monthly on the 2nd tues 7:00 PM at Mt baker high School Cranbrook. Club details at www.cdkc.ca or Esther 250-489- 0409 or Linda 250- 417-3177 a CroSS CuLturaL oPPortunity for immigrants or new Canadian to get together to play games, socialize, share cultures and traditions and make new friends. if you have a musical instrument or game from a different country please bring it and share it with us. Cross Cultural night will be held the last Wednesday of every month. 7-9 pm, 32 13th ave S., Mila 4262943. C r a n b r o o K triPLE V hockey Club times are 9:1510:15 a.m., age is 65+ FMi Leisure Services at 489-0220. CranbrooK CurLinG CLub tuesday night fun league 7pm. $5 drop in fee. Equipment supplied. 250-426-4415

ChiLdrEn: our for Foundation Success! Contact Patricia Cranbrook Family Connections Centre beside Cranbrook Skatepark 250-489-4246 EVEry tuESday, 1:30-4 Senior dance at Centennial hall, Kimberley, live music. toPS (taKE oFF Pounds Sensibly) non profit weight loss support group meets Every thursday at 5 pm at the Sr Citizen’s Centre, (downstairs) 125 17th avenue South, Cranbrook. have fun while losing weight gradually. For info call Marie 250-417-2642 aL-anon MEEtinG EKrh Wednesdays at 7:00 pm in the basement EdC room b. 250-4891388 tirEd oF CLuttEr in your household? take clothing items to our convenient Walmart Location. thank you from the big brothers and Sisters Crib / Whist : Crib or Whist alternate weeks, Senior’s drop in Centre, Fernie, tuesdays 7.30 p.m. Seniors drop in Centre 562 3rd ave.

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OBITUARY Kenneth Patrick Smith 1949 - 2013 It is with deep sorrow that the family announce the passing of a dear husband, father and brother on Wednesday, April 10, 2013 at the Invermere and District Hospital after a lengthy illness. Ken "Puff Ball" was born on March 17, 1949 in Meath Park, Saskatchewan. He moved to Cranbrook in 1961 where he finished school. Ken spent most of his working years in the logging industry. His hobby was wheeling and dealing and repairing vehicles. He also loved to play pool, cards and aggravation. He took pride in his teasing. Ken was married to Sharon for 42 years. He is survived by his loving wife Sharon and his son Stewart. He also leaves behind his sisters Judy (Dave), Joan (Ron), Nora (Ray), Opal (Ron), Janet (Terry), his brothers Richard (Charlene) and Burton (Karen), his brother-in-law Don (Joan) Cook and many nieces and nephews. He was predecease by his baby Kirk James Cook, his mother Kay Smith, his dad Adam Smith, his brothers Gary and Jeffrey, his sister Patricia Schepp and his in-laws Jim and Lorraine Cook. A memorial service for Ken will be held on Friday, May 3, 2013 at 1:00 pm at McPherson Funeral Home in Cranbrook. Those wishing to make a memorial donation in honour of Ken may do so to the: Invermere and District Hospital, 850 - 10th Avenue, Invermere, British Columbia, V0A 1K0. Arrangements entrusted to McPherson Funeral Service. Condolences for the family can be offered at: www.mcphersonfh.com

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Fully CertiďŹ ed Fernie Based Contractor needs: Carpenter: framing, concrete, roofing experience. Drywaller: mudding, taping, painting. 2 Labourers: general construction experience. We offer: travel allowance, ITA Training, opportunity to get Red Seal Certification. You will be: accountable, punctual, honest, energetic. Pay Scale: Union rates based on experience & certification. Phone 250-4230272 for appointment.

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Must have experience. Alcohol & drug testing required. Competitive Zage & EeneÀt package available to the successful candidate. Please send resume along with references to: Box 254, c/o Kootenay Advertiser, 1510-2nd St. N., Cranbrook, BC V1C 3L2 or email info@kootenayadvertiser.com and put Box 254 in subject line. Only those being interviewed will be contacted.

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Allegra Restaurant is currently seeking waitress, part time, previous experience in similar position an asset, for details visit our employment page at www.allegrarestaurant.com. Please drop off resume in person at 1225B Cranbrook St. N., Cranbrook, V1C 3S6 COOKS REQUIRED IMMED. Northern Motor Inn, 3086 Hwy 16E,Terrace,BC V8G 3N5 250-635-6375; Fax: 250-635-6129 Laborers wanted for busy company, reliable, mature individuals. We require criminal record check, valid driver’s license & own vehicle. (250)421-0439

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SUTCO Contracting Ltd. has openings in our Chip Division. If you have 2 years experience, clean abstract and looking for a long term career opportunity, we encourage your application. Pension Plan, Extended Benefits, Late Model Equipment, Satellite Dispatch and E-logs bring a stable work environment for the Professional Driver. www.sutco.ca fax 250-357-2009 Enquiries: 250-357-2612 Ext: 230

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Join our team to help us deter, defeat and defy cancer. At the Canadian Cancer Society, we undertake our fundraising activities for one reason—to raise critical funds to fulďŹ ll our mission of eradicating cancer and improving the quality of life for people with cancer and their families.

Coordinator, Annual Giving

You will take the reins of our successful annual giving strategies, including our daffodil campaign, as well as build community relationships to promote and inspire independent fundraising events. Using your experience in revenue development and project management, the role will see you identify creative and innovative ways to widen and enhance our annual giving programs, and seek partnerships and engage a committed volunteer force to make it happen. In addition, you'll maintain our Raiser's Edge database. Organized, exible and creative, you have gathered an impressive suite of skills during your 1 - 2 years' experience in revenue development. You bring experience engaging and addressing small to large groups as well as wide knowledge of revenue development strategies and the volunteer recruitment cycle.

Coordinator, Community Giving Cranbrook—Regular Part-time (17.5 hours per week)

You'll be the driving force behind the selection, training and mobilization of a strong volunteer force, facilitating the coordination and implementation of the Relay for Life event and for cultivating a collaborative relationship between staff and volunteers. This is a careerenhancing opportunity to apply your experience with the volunteer recruitment lifecycle and your background in revenue development, project management, sales or marketing to a rewarding role. For more information about these opportunities, please visit cancer.ca/bc. To apply, please submit your cover letter and rĂŠsumĂŠ in one document no later than May 20, 2013, to resumes@bc.cancer.ca.

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The primary responsibility is the provision of senior secretarial and administrative support services to the Director of Instruction/Human Resources. This position requires superior secretarial and computer application skills as well as excellent written and oral communication skills, together with highly developed organizational and interpersonal abilities. Work is performed independently with limited direction, and requires the utmost in conÀdentiality and diplomacy. Applicants should have experience in a senior support role. School District based experience would be an asset. The successful applicant will be responsible to: ‡ provide overall organization and coordination of ofÀce systems for the ofÀce of the Director of Instruction/Human Resources. • perform personnel requirements for teachers, CUPE and excluded staff including: • posting and Àlling of job vacancies. • maintenance of personnel documents and Àles. • preparation of stafÀng data. • data collection, analysis, and reporting related to personnel matters, stafÀng and stafÀng planning. • maintenance of computerized employee data bases (complex spreadsheets and Human Resources software program). • liaison with Payroll departments. • assist in interpretation and management of the Teacher Collective Agreement and CUPE Collective Agreement. • administer Teacher-on Call and CUPE casual hiring process and lists. • receive and respond to personnel inquiries and correspondence, organize meetings, conduct research, and complex report preparation. • multi-task, prioritize and manage numerous interruptions. • maintain conÀdentiality in all classiÀed matters pertaining to the District and its operation. • manage SDS (School District Systems) and SRB software for Human Resources and Absence Tracking. • manage the Call-Out Service for CFTA and CUPE. • other related duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Director of Instruction/ Human Resources. A detailed resume, including 3 professional references, must be received no later than Thursday, May 2, 2013, 12:00 Noon (MST). Please apply for this job only in the manner speciÀed by the employer, otherwise your application will not be considered for the position. In Person: Human Resources Department School District No. 5 (Southeast Kootenay) 940 Industrial Road No. 1, Cranbrook, B.C., V1C 4C6 By Fax: (250) 426-4987 Or by e-mail: careers@sd5.bc.ca Note: The successful applicant will be subject to the terms of the Criminal Records Review Act. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

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Dan comes to us with strong background in sales, sales management and customer relations. You may recognize Dan from Andre’s Electronics where he managed the Cranbrook location for the past 4 years. Prior to that, he served as assistant manager at Andre’s in Penticton for 5 years. This background in a fast paced, technologically oriented business makes him the perfect fit for our sales team, as this is also the nature of the automobile industry. In his time in Cranbrook, we’re pleased to say that Dan has gained a real respect in our business community with his commitment to high standards of customer satisfaction and work ethic. Being a family man with 5 children and Jack the family Great Dane, his interests include martial arts, music and many outdoor pursuits such as camping with his family. Dan believes that Cranbrook and area is a great place to live and raise a family and we couldn’t agree more. Dan is pumped about his new career at Cranbrook Kia and invites all friends, past customers and acquaintances to stop by. Let Dan’s enthusiasm rub off on you as you learn why Kia is now the 4th largest auto manufacturer in the world. If a pre-owned vehicle is what you’re after, stop by and view our ever changing selection. Dan is sure to find you what you need.

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We offer competitive wages based on previous experience. Individual must be motivated, willing to learn, and be able to work in a busy retail environment. Please mail, fax or email resume to: Kootenay Market #320 2 Cranbrook St. N. Cranbrook, BC V1C 3P6 Fax (250)426-1847 kootenaymarket@telus.net

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Job Summary This individual will report directly to the Centre Manager and is responsible for the condition, building operations and cleanliness of the entire site. Qualifications • High school diploma supplemented with postsecondary courses • 5 years experience in all areas of building operations, including mechanical, fire and safety, electrical and HVAC systems. • Power Engineering Certificate an asset. • Supervisory experience. • WHMIS and First Aid Training an asset. • Good Knowledge of Word, Excel, Outlook. Angus Anywhere knowledge an asset. • General Building Construction Knowledge and experience. Able to read and review construction drawings. • Ability to exercise confidentiality • Ability to communicate effectively and professionally, both oral and written, superior ability to develop and sustain cooperating working relationships with staff, contractors, the public and especially tenants. • Ability to allocate one’s time effectively, work under pressure and manage tight deadlines, ability to handle multiple demands and competing priorities. • Willing to be and available for after-hours callouts in emergency or unavoidable situations. This position includes a competitive compensation and benefits package. Please see our website at www.bentallkennedy.com careers in Canada section for a detailed job description and application. Please fax a backup resume to 250.426.8445. No phone calls, please. Only those short-listed for an interview will be contacted. Closing Date: April 30, 2013

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Seeking actors for 2013 summer employment. Performance in main stage and street theatre. Must be available from mid-May until Labour Day. AUDITION DATES AND TIMES: Fort Steele Heritage Town Wild Horse Theatre May 1 & 2 from 10:00am-4:00pm Please be prepared with a musical selection, short monologue (2-3 minutes), resume and head shot. To book an audition or for more information contact: Trevor Lundy 250-420-7164 or email trevor.lundy@fortsteele.bc.ca

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We are a busy, growing full service and sales import automobile dealership located in beautiful Cranbrook BC. We are seeking a Full-time Parts and Service Advisor for immediate employment. The successful candidate will have a minimum of one year experience in either or both, Parts & Service. Wage is dependant on experience. On going training is provided. If you are a self-starter, understand the importance of customer satisfaction, and want to be part of a dynamic and growing successful dealership, apply with resume to: Box #255 c/o The Kootenay News Advertiser 1510-2nd Street North Cranbrook, BC V1C 3L2 or email: info@kootenayadvertiser.com subject line - Box #255

Do you like to smile and have fun at work, send us your resume and we will train you to be a table games dealer. No prior experience is necessary, following an interview, we will train the successful candidates in a paid three week dealer course. Must have or have the ability to obtain a Serving it Right Certificate. Must be 19 years or older in order to work in the casino. Please send a cover letter and a resume to: semcareers@steugene.ca (Please state dealer in subject line of email) or Fax it to: 250-489-2009 Posting closes Monday April 29 at 12 Noon

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The Kootenay Conservation Program (KCP) is a network of over 50 partner organizations working collaboratively to conserve private land throughout the Kootenay Region. Our partners include First Nations, conservation and agricultural organizations, forestry and business, educational institutions, and all levels of government. We have a small and dedicated team of staff and contractors working from a variety of Kootenay communities. KCP is seeking to engage two qualiďŹ ed contractors to support the administration and delivery of its’ efforts throughout the Kootenay Region: Stewardship Coordinator The Stewardship Coordinator will lead the development and implementation of an innovative and targeted project focused on achieving improved effectiveness of stewardship activities on private land throughout the Kootenay Region. The Coordinator will work closely with program staff and partner organizations to assist with landowner and public outreach, perform site evaluations, provide project oversight and coordination, facilitate KCP stewardship committee meetings, develop a Stewardship Strategy and develop a process to track and report our effectiveness. Location: TBD - within the Kootenay Region Administrative Assistant The Administrative Assistant will provide on-going administrative and communications support services to the KCP. The Assistant will work closely with program staff and partner organizations to help improve organizational effectiveness and maintain, and enhance, KCP communications efforts. Location: TBD - within the Kootenay Region For more detailed position descriptions please contact Dave Hillary by email at dave@kootenayconservation.ca or by telephone at 250-688-1508. Deadline for applications: Sunday May 5, 2013, Noon PDT We thank everyone who applies for their interest in the Kootenay Conservation Program; however only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.


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This is a 12-15 month maternity leave position in our Castlegar office. A detailed description can be viewed at www.cbt.org/careers or requested from Debra Stewart at 1.800.505.8998. Please forward resumes to dstewart@cbt.org by noon PT May 15, 2013 for consideration. XXXDCUPSHt

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Positions required immediately by Golden Rock Products at our Quarry in Kimberley area. Qualifications: Male or Female Some quarry experience would be an asset but not necessary. Must be able to quickly pick up on grading the stone First aid tickets a definite asset. Heavy lifting is required. Experience on skidsteer & forklift is a definite asset. Starting wage $15.00 per hour for 3 day trial period Must have own transportation. Please apply in person with resume, call Vince @ 250-344-8119 or office @ 250-344-8999. Golden Rock Products Inc. 8086 Hwy 95A, Kimberley, BC V1A 3L6 250 344 8999 Office Phone office@goldenrockproducts.com

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Water Services Culligan can fix that nasty white build up on your taps or cure that annoying red staining in bath tub or laundry. Call Culligan Cranbrook today and let us fix your water right the first time! Call (250)426-2691 or visit our website www.culligancranbrook.com And remember at Culligan we will always come to your home and test your water for free!

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Farrier Service 1 (406)250-1705

Pet Services Responsible college student available to walk your dog, reasonable rates. Ashton (250)489-4011

Pets Puppies, Purebred German Shepherd, ready to go. (250)426-2836 Purebred Border Collie pups, 5 males, 3 females, first shots, vet checked, ready to go April 20, $300. Call Andrew, (250)426-4846 evenings SHELTIES, 4 males, 1 female, first shots, vet checked, ready to go now, $500. Call (403)722-3204 (403)846-0198

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$100 & Under 3-door fridge/freezer, $100. (250)417-6603 4 175/65/14’’ All Season. 2 Hankook P185/75/14’’ All Season. 3 LT 215/85R16’’, good for wood truck, etc. All are $25/each. 1 (250)417-6603 4 Goodyear 215/65/R16� off of van, $20/each. Call (250)417-6603 4 serviced lawnmowers, start at $65. (250)417-2040 Compound bow case, $25. Computer desk $25. Dresser, $30. Weight exercise machine, $75. Sofa hide-a-bed, $100. Nordic Trak elliptical exercise machine, $100. 1956 Singer sewing machine in cabinet, $100. (250)489-3180

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COMMUNITY GARAGE SALE Home Hardware Cranbrook is hosting an open Community Garage Sale every Saturday from May 25th to September 28th. There will be space for 12-15 families each week. We are looking for any local groups interested in overseeing the event each Saturday in exchange for keeping all the money collected for table rentals. If your group is interested please call Brad 250-426-6288 or email:brad@homehardwarecranbrook.ca

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1. Sat, April 27, 9am-2pm, 1321 4th Ave S. Purging the house, something for everyone. 2. April 27, 8am-12pm, 1025 13th St S, Cranbrook 2. Sat, May 4 & Sunday May 5th, 9am-?, 1300 20th St S. Selling house, tons of stuff for sale. 3. Huge array of art items. Dozens of decorative plates, many limited editions, paintings & statues, all from $5$30. Sat, April 27, 12-5 only, 3355 9th St S 4. April 27, 3248 Jim Smith Lk. Rd., 10-4, furniture, household, tools, platform scale, wooden barrels, misc.

5. Sat., April 27, 8am-2pm, 307 4th St S. 6. Sat. April 27, 9-12, 713 10th St S. alley only, weather permitting. Don’t forget to look for us on Twitter @CranbrookNews Realm Multi Family Garage sale, Bake Sale & Pancake Breakfast (10am-1pm), May 4, 10am-4pm, 918 Kootenay St N. No Early Birds Please Sat, April 27, 10am-4pm, 2950 Westview Road, 8-9 km on hwy towards Creston, turn left on Westview Road.


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Farm Equipment

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New Holland Stack Liner, model 1032, $3500 obo. 23’ Allied hay conveyor w/wheels & rack, $400 obo. (250)4223790

Heavy Duty Machinery

Misc. for Sale

Newer MRH golf clubs sold individually: 2 drivers, Adams tight lies 3 & 7 woods, Taylormade 5 wood, Ping & Maltby putters. All in ex. cond., various prices, $25-$40. Call (250)345-0270 OfďŹ ce chair, $25. Convection oven, $40. Lawn chairs, $5/each. Fishing rods, $15/each. Place setting of dishes for 8, $25. Call (250)426-3431

$200 & Under 4 Goodyear Wranglers, SRA’s, 265/70/R18�, $40/each. (250)417-6603 Air hockey table, $200. Call(250)489-3180 Coleman canoe, 15’ with attachable floats & paddle plus electric motor mount, $175. 1 (250)426-3266 Cupboards & cabinets (plywood) for basement or shop, $150. (250)417-6603

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Fridge, side by side, good running cond, $175. (250)426-3266 Frigidaire black/grey, smooth-top self-clean range, works well, $200 obo. (250)426-0065 Golf green style lawnmower, Honda rear bag lawnmower, $150 each. (250)417-2040 Island countertop, 6-1/2’x3’. Assorted countertops. Cupboard doors. Drawer fronts, white. White acrylic double sink w/faucet. $200 obo. (250)427-7958 Kodak ESP-9 all in one printer, print, copy, scan, fax, USB 2.0 cable required, for non wifi computer, $125. Call (250)417-6603 RARE BOOKS: David Thompson “Travels in Western North America�, $75. Franz Boas “Kutenai Tales�, 1918, $75. A.O. Wheeler, “The Selkirk Range�, 1905, Volume 1, $185; Volume 2 (slip cover with 14 maps), $185. William T. Hornaday/John Phillips, “Campfires in the Canadian Rockies�, 1916, $150. “West of the Mountains�, James Sinclair & The Hudson’s Bay Company, $95. Sir George Simpson, “Narrative of a Journey Round The World�, Volume 2, 1847, $150. Call (250)489-4532

$300 & Under Commercial 36� fans with louvers, wired for 220 or 110. $250/each obo (250)426-6309 Dining room set of table & 4chairs, solid wood, medium brown finish, 2 years old, asking $300. (250)426-2586

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Men’s Bulova watch, brand new, won in Safeway “break open� ticket, worth $390, asking $270. (250)426-9677 Ranger 21 pool filter & some water additives, $800 new, $300. (250)417-6603 Two sets of men’s RH top line golf irons, Callaway X18 4-SW, $250 and Titleist DTR 3-SW, $225. Both sets in ex. cond., 1 (250)345-0270 White GE 30� fridge, $250 obo. White GE 30� range, $125 obo. Both clean & in good condition. Located in Wasa. (250)919-2497

WE have a variety of farm equipment for sale located in Creston, BC. All equipment has been sheded and has seen minimal use. 2 John Deere 347 Balers, mid 80’s, Nice Shape! $6500 each,1992 John Deere 348 Baler, Nice Shape! $11,000,1974 New Holland 286 baler, Good cond. $2500. 1974 New Holland 282 baler, Good condion. $2500, 1974 New Holland 1049 Bale Wagon Good Condition. $14,000 obo, 1982 New Holland Super 1049 Bale Wagon, Good Cond. $16,500 obo, 1984 International tractor 5088, 6100 hours, Fresh paint, great shape! $25,000 obo, 1971 International 966 tractor, 100 hp, $9,500 obo, Brillion Subsoiler, 5 tooth, very good condition. $3,500 obo, International 165, 5 bottom roll over plow, very good cond. $6,000 obo, 2 - 15’ Vibrashank Cultivator $1500 each obo, Case IH 8312 disc mower, 12 ft. Good condition. $10000. Vicon H1050 hay rake, $3500. International McCormick seed drill, 14 ft, $1200 obo. Please call for more information. 250-4286171 or 250-428-6279. Pictures available upon request.

Firearms WANTED: RIFLES, shotguns, restricted weapons, reloading equipment, decoys or any other shooting related items. Fully licensed. Glen 250-428-6750

Food Products BUTCHER SHOP

BC INSPECTED GRADED AA OR BETTER LOCALLY GROWN NATURAL BEEF Hormone Free Grass Fed/Grain Finished $100 Packages Available Quarters/Halves $2.55/lb Hanging Weight Extra Lean Hamburger $4.00/lb TARZWELL FARMS 250-428-4316 Creston

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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! 40’ Containers under $2500! 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

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1510-2nd St. N., Cranbrook, BC V1C 3L2 489-3455 • 1-800-665-2382

Greenhouse, 250’x20’, tables, blowers, controls, hot water radiators, feed tanks, water to water heat exchanger, cash register, propagation tables, misc equipment & stock, $15,000. (250)417-5806

HOT TUB (SPA) COVERS. Best price. Best quality. All shapes & colours available. 1-866-652-6837 www.thecoverguy.com/newspaper?

Cars - Sports & Imports

Cars - Sports & Imports

Merchandise for Sale

Merchandise for Sale

Misc. for Sale

Misc. for Sale

LA-Z-Boy ChesterďŹ eld, ex cond, $400. Craftsman 10’’ table saw, $150. Oak china cabinet, $500. Kitchen table with 2 extensions & 6-chairs, $200. Oak desk, $100. Double bed with newer mattress & wooden headboard, spread and pillow shams, $200. All items in very good cond., cash only. Call (250)489-5334

SAWMILLS FROM only $3997 - Make money & save money with your own bandmill - Cut lumber any dimension. In stock ready to ship. Free Info & DVD: www.NorwoodSaw mills.com/400OT 1-800-5666899 Ext:400OT. STEEL BUILDINGS/metal buildings 60% off! 20x28, 30x40, 40x62, 45x90, 50x120, 60x150, 80x100 sell for balance owed! Call 1-800-4572206 or visit online at: www.crownsteelbuildings.ca Top Soil, sand, composted manure, delivery available (250)421-7399

Moving Sale: 2012, 650 Kawasaki Brute Force Quad 4X4 with 3000 lbs winch & 50� swisher snow blade, 30 hrs on Quad $9200. 2012 Beachcomber 6-person hot tub & cable $7500. 10.5 hp Yardman 32� snowblower $600. 1 hp floor model drill press $200. Misc. tools & camping equipment. 20 ton hydraulic, gas wood splitter $500. Call 250-425-0053. New Easy Step walk in spa tub, large, many air & water jets, asking $1250. Call & to view (250)489-4773

Wanted:

Shed Antlers. Racks. Taxidermy, antiques. Cash paid. Kelly, (250)426-6993

Misc. Wanted Antlers Wanted, Sets, Elk & Deer. 250-422-3444

Sheds & Call Rick

Satellite TV is free (almost). Free to air (FTA). 500+ channels. Movies, etc., no monthly. Also, most other satellite systems available. (250)365-3313

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Cars - Sports & Imports

Cars - Sports & Imports

$50 pickup load Delivery available Phone 421-9729

Pickup truck of firewood, you pick up, $80/per load. Call after 5pm, (250)489-8355

Furniture 7 piece solid wood “Sleigh� bed & bedroom set, queen, no boxspring or mattress, beautiful cond., brand new $2100, asking $1400. Call & to view, (250)489-4773

Garden Equipment

Free Items Free to good home, 1-year old Lop Eared bunny. Call (250)919-0060

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Misc. for Sale

Misc. for Sale

BAILIFF SALE 2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser Convertible

119,500 kms, cream with black top, auto, leather seats, numerous extras,

$9000 obo 2009 Chev Equinox LS SUV, grey, 218,428 kms,

$12,000 obo 2010 Ford F150 Crewcab XLT grey, 63,030 km

$24,800 obo MUST BE SOLD, MAKE US AN OFFER to view call Andwell Collections Services Ltd.

250-489-5440

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Computer Equipment FOR Sale Seanix desktop computer, windows 7, 2 GB Ram, 32-bit operating system, DVD rewriteable, Flat screen monitor, Keyboard, multimedia speakers, Computer desk, Good condition, Asking $275. Throwing in printer. Contact 344-0129. buzzell@eastlink.ca Refurbished computers for sale, $100 & up. Leave message, (250)426-2004

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Rentals

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Rentals

Misc. Wanted

For Sale By Owner

Apt/Condo for Rent

OPEN House Sat April 27 114pm. Beautiful custom home on 10 private acres, motivated seller, 3300sq/f home,10 min’s d’town Cranbrook. $524,900. 5680 Hidden Valley Rd or call 587-216-2334/appt

Mobile Homes & Parks

Other Areas

True Coin Collector Looking to Purchase Collections, Accumulations, Olympic Gold and Silver coins, Bills + Not melting down, Serious Collector. Call: Coin Couple 1-778-281-0030

Mobile Homes & Pads

Shared Accommodation

Wanted: Case 580 backhoe or similar. Working or not. Will pay $7-$14K. No junk please. (250)417-2040

Kootenays

Musical Instruments

Real Estate

Clean 12x64 Mobile Home

with fridge, stove, and dishwasher. Must see to appreciate. Home must be moved.

$19,500 OBO

For Sale By Owner

www.eaglehomes.ca

1.5 STOREY home on 2.19 acres, .7 km from downtown Cranbrook in RDEK, lots of amenities and upgrades, double drive & garage, large deck, garden shed, all backed by Crown land, priced below market value, $259,900. 1-509344-9090

2232 Cranbrook St. N. Cranbrook, BC 250-489-1230

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GREAT STARTER HOME &/OR INVESTMENT ON RIONDEL RD. above Kootenay

Lake. 4 k to Ashram 4 k to Riondel & beach. 2 3/4 acres & 2 storey unďŹ nished (but furnished) “Small is Beautifulâ€? cabin. Good benches for building, one with lake view. In Aug,12 appraised at $170,000 but older, exible vendor open to offers & might carry part of mortgage for suitable person or couple. For info & viewing please call : 1-780-5660707

Business for Sale

in Windermere Mobile Home Park 5 bedrooms, 1 large bathroom with a woodstove, 8x10 deck, close to schools and beach. Home is vacant and ready for immediate occupancy.

Only $199,000!

$69,900 OBO

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On the Strip

2232 Cranbrook St. N. Cranbrook, BC 250-489-1230

On the Strip

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Rentals

Mortgages

Apt/Condo for Rent

MORTGAGES!!

Looking to purchase a new home? We have a large pad site in town that will accommodate a single wide or larger home if purchased through

Kodiak Homes!

Ph 250-426-1882 NOVA SCOTIA’S Eastern Shore. Waterfront lots for sale excellent climate near the Atlantic Ocean. Three bedroom house for sale or rent www.sawmilllanding.com or waterfront@bellaliant.net call 1-902-522-2343 or 1-902-3284338.

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

Business for Sale

Can you see yourself or a friend OWNING a Curves? Be part of the Curves Community, be in business for yourself but not by yourself. Have the opportunity to strengthen women everyday.

Updated 2-bdrm, quiet, senior oriented, laundry, new appl. inc. DW, elevator, Forest Park Estates, avail June 1, n/p, n/s, $900/m. Call (250)426-8385 (250)421-1531 WILSHIRE Apartments, central location, incl heat, hot water, games room, sauna, hot tub, n/p, n/s, n/parties, 1 & 2bdrm units, 250-417-7379

If you see a wildďŹ re, report it to

1-800-663-5555 or *5555 on most cellular networks.

Modular Home Pads

available in Cranbrook, Wycliffe and Invermere. Trades considered and financing available!

2 bdrms, in town, clean, furnished, W/D, yard/garden, wifi, dog ok. $425/$475 all in + DD. May 1st, 250-344-0530 ROOMS for rent, incl util. Must be working or college student, $425/mo. Available immediately. (250)426-2479

Suites, Upper 1-bdrm suite, 600 sq.ft., kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, laundry, n/s, pets neg, close to TM Roberts, $800 inc. utilities, avail immed (250)417-7250 New 1340 sq ft 2-bdrm upper level executive suite w/ensuite bath, oak kitchen, extensive tile work, d/w w/d, beautiful view, $1300/m plus util. (250)417-6543

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Townhouses

2232 Cranbrook St. N. Cranbrook, BC 250-489-1230

SPARWOOD, 2-storey, 3bdrm townhouse for rent w/full basement, close to school & rec centre. (250)425-4448

On the Strip

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Transportation

Commercial/ Industrial

On the Strip

Lots

Cranbrook House for Sale 6-bay garage, carport, extra parking, 2000 sq.ft., 3-bdrm, 3-baths, jacuzzi, vaulted ceilings, bright, open floor plan, maintenance-free yard, lots of outdoor living space, $319,000. (250)417-7557 or (250)254-0100

2004 Modular Home on own land in Cranbrook. 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms with front and rear decks. Home is close to school and vacant, ready for immediate occupancy.

1982 Mobile Home

Wanted: Dwarf bunnies. Any kind. (250)424-5313

DJ SERVICE & KARAOKE Weddings (complete), anniversaries, birthdays & family reunions. Will travel throughout area. *Not expensive - No time limit or extra costs. One price 20+ years of entertaining. Families & guests. CALL ME! Leave Message 250-421-3298,Lily.

PARKVIEW MANOR 1 & 2/Bdrm Apartments $550 & up. Secure Building Available now! Rent Incentive N/S N/P Children OK Phone Ingrid 250-428-2234

2-bdrm apt in Kimberley, furnished, util inc., $700/mth. (250)427-5137

Lower than posted bank rates. No application fee. Mortgage renewal, refinancing, debt consolidation & pre-qualification. Private Mortgages. John Magis 1-877-489-1691

2 bdrm condo Sparwood Heights Ponderosa Manor. Furnished. Call 250-423-1687.

MORTGAGE INTELLIGENCE

Open Houses NEW and neat as a pin. Open floor plan, 3 bedrooms up, one down, huge bonus room, 2 1/2 bathrooms, gas fireplace, 3 appliances, huge private covered deck, fenced yard, 2-5-10 warranty, Asking $419,500 net GST. Call Jody 250-919-1575. www.charltonhomes.ca Open House April 27, 2-4pm 1424 20A St

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#93 Mtn Air Chalets, Sparwood. 1 bdrm. W/D in building. 32� television. All appliances brand new, F/S, MW. New queen bed and box spring. 10’x8’ balcony. Close to all shopping, restaurants, lounges. Everything included, except cable. $775/mth + $775/DD Call 403-636-1819 Affordable & Reasonable Rent!!! 1 bedroom apartments!F/S, blinds, H/W, absolutely no pets, references, close to all amenities, starting at $425. Call (250)489-1906 (250)919-2075 Clean, bright 1 bdrm, furnished ground floor unit w/private entrance. Util & cable incl. N/S, N/PARTIES N/P Ideal for single mature person $675/mo (250)489-0473 CRANBROOK 1 bedroom apartments, $450/m includes utilities. Call (250)417-5806

Commercial property on Theatre Road for lease, 3000 sq.ft., office/shop/warehouse & yard, avail June 1. For info call, (250)919-0350 Creston COMMERCIAL BUILDING

3600 sq.ft. of Retail Space

Located DOWN TOWN Excellent High Traffic Area Plenty of Parking 250-428-5240

Duplex / 4 Plex 2 BDRM w/d d/washer in 4plex, 1304 10A St S Cbk, $750/mo. Call 250-426-6013 3-bdrm duplex, no stairs, close to schools, downtown in good area, double concrete driveway & storage shed, avail April 1. (250)489-3029 Duplex in Cranbrook, Gold Creek area, 1.4 acres, main floor has kitchen, dining area, living room, bedroom, bath & W/D, lower floor walk out basement w/living room, 1 bath, 2 bedrooms, furnace & storage. 2 great wells, greenhouse, lots of storage, references. For info, (250)4893029

Antiques / Classics Modular Homes Available immediately, 2BDRM mobile home f/s w/d near Elko, fenced yard, pets will be considered, $750/mo incl util. (250)421-9147, (250)426-4208

Homes for Rent 1-bdrm suite, 600 sq.ft., kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, laundry, n/s, pets neg, close to TM Roberts, $800 inc. utilities, avail immed (250)417-7250 4-bdrm home, avail. May 1, 2400 sq.ft. on 1/3 acre in Cranbrook. Includes, fridge, glass top-convection oven, over stove microwave, W/D & hot tub, close to schools, bus service & downtown, pets neg., n/s pref, $1650/mth + utilities. Rent negotiable for long term tenancy. Call (250)417-5212 (250)417-1158 email gmball@icloud.com Smaller house in Kimberley, 2-bdrm, washer & dryer, 5 min walk to Platzl, very cute & private, $700/mth + utilities. Available May 15 (250)421-0374 (250)417-9222

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Homes for Rent

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Marysville

K6-304

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$550/mth incl.util.

Marysville

K2-304

2 bdrm Apt

$750/mth incl.util.

Alpine Vista

K5-650

2 bdrm Apt

$600/mth +util

Marysville

K148

1 bdrm Suite

$750/mth +util

Ski Hill

K29

2 bdrm Apt

$950/mth + util

Townsite

K406

2 bdrm House

$950/mth + util

Downtown

K475

1 bdrm House

$550/mth + util

Downtown

K597

1 bdrm Renovated House

$725/mth + util

Downtown

K490

2 bdrm House

$625/mth +util

Ski Hill

K1042

1 bdrm Townhouse

$725/mth incl.util.

Ski Hill

K1-895

2 bdm Furn. Exec. Condo

$1100/mth incl.util.

CRANBROOK Gyro Park

C01

1 bdm + Den Apt

$700/mth +Util

Downtown

C023

2 bdm House

$1000/mth + util

Close to College

C1533

2 bdm Exec. Lower Suite

$900/mth

Gyro Park Area

C2001

4 bdm Rancher Bungalow

$1600/mth +util.

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Marysville, 2-bdrm apt. in 4-plex, laundry facilities, F/S, n/s, n/p, inc heat, hydro separate, ref req., $700/mth+DD, avail June 1, (250)427-4624

2 HOUSES, 3 LOTS, ZONED C1 Great Rental Income or Building Site, 9150 sq.ft. property 75’ of Frontage in super location on 12th Avenue North.

1970 Chev pickup longbox 4x4, 6-cyl, 3-spd standard, no rust, new clutch & brakes, safety inspected, originally from Texas, drive it away for $7500. (250)489-3705 1972 Chev show truck, 350 CID, auto, 2WD, column shift, bucket seats, nice paint, green with black interior, asking $11,900. 250-427-5895

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Recreational/Sale

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1993 Western Star tandem dump truck with new hoist cylinder, front differential, rear leaf springs, front tires, king pins, batteries & rebuilt engine, 18-spd split shift, $21,000. (250)417-6543

1977 GMC Class A motorhome, 26’, good cond. inside & out, newer tires, must be seen! Rare model. Best offer takes it. (250)426-8408 1983 18-1/2’ 5th Wheel, fridge, stove, furnace, bathroom, queen bed, hitch, ex cond., $2000. (250)489-8009 1984 25’ Wilderness Cimmerron, tandem axle, 30lb bottles, 2-doors, Air, approx $700 spent on fridge, nice shape, asking $2800. Can be viewed back of Kootenay Pawn Shop. (250)426-7270 1985 Ford Frontier 23’ motorhome, ex. cond., new fridge, 105,000km, tires good, roof air, dash air, full bath & awning, $5900 obo.(250)427-7300 1991 29’ Wilderness trailer, everything runs, in good cond., lots of upgrades, $7000. (250)420-1802 1996 26’ Terry trailer, 2-dr, rear queen bed, ex. cond., n/s, $7500. (250)427-4707 1996 Vanguard 23’ 5th Wheel, very good cond., all amenities including air, $5700. For more info., (250)426-4725 1997 8’ Vanguard Camper, fridge, stove, toilet, north/south queen bed, HW tank, $7900. Call (250)489-3968

2002 Frontier 24.5’ 5th Wheel, all amenities, ex. cond., tons of storage, $8300. (250)489-3888 (250)919-4246

1-800-961-7022

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Cars - Domestic

1966 Rambler Ambassador 4-door station wagon, V8 auto, excellent inside & out, completely restored 1996, 97,000 original miles, asking $6800 obo. To view call (250)426-5371 1978 Grand Marquis, 80,000 miles, 454 motor, new tires. $3500 or willing to trade for 16’ boat. 250-425-2570 1987 Pontiac Sunbird convertible, only 66,000km, 5-spd manual, 2.0L, 4-cyl, black top, burgundy body, $3300. (250)919-2468

1996 Corvette Collector Edition, 160,000km, 2 roofs, auto, original paint, engine LT4, fully loaded,ex cond, asking $18,000 obo. (250)426-3802 1996 Toyota Camry, 250,000 km, good cond. $3000 obo. (250)489-0771 1998 Cadillac Catera, 160,000km, beige with beige leather, sunroof, heated front/rear seats, cassette/CD & more, 30+ mpg hwy, $5500. (250)426-7041 1999 Chev Lumina, good driving cond., (250)426-5136 2000 Olds Intrigue, pw, pd, air, cruise, nice shape, 152,000 km, $2995. Call (250)426-6749 2002 Dodge Neon. $2500 obo. 192,477 km. Great shape, original owner. Automatic, sedan, black cloth interior. Comes with two sets of tires (all season on chrome rims and winters on aluminum rims). Email: ajbrekke@shaw.ca 2005 Focus Wagon, loaded, heated seats, air, cruise, 105,000 km, nice car, $7500 obo. (250)489-1628

Motorcycles 1990 BMW K-1 motorcycle, low mileage, ex. cond., red & yellow, new tires, must be seen, best offer takes it. (250)426-8408 1996 Dyna Wide Glide Harley Davidson, nice clean bike, engine work, Mikuni Carb, EV 27 cam, Vance & Hines Big Shot Staggered Exhaust, 150 back tire, twisted spoke front rim, $6200. (250)489-3180 2000 KX125, new rear tire, new top end, good cond., $1500 obo. (250)529-7777 2001 Harley 1200 Sportster, 100th Anniversary Edition, needs inspection, $5500. Call (250)417-5530 2008 250 Rebel, 6400km, ex. cond., $3800 obo. Call (250)489-5392 2009 Honda Rebel 250cc, c/w bags & windshield, only 2600km, bike is immaculate, $4000. (250)489-2100 or (250)421-0020 2011 KTM 250 XC-W Great cond., good tires, fabulous dirtbike $7000 250-428-6071 Motorcycle trailer, single rail, open, checkerboard aluminum body, tilt for easy loading, 13� wheels, new tires & spare, used very little, $800. (250)426-8408

Recreational/Sale 5970937

2005 Pilgrim 27-1/2 ft 5th Wheel has rear living room, A/C, large slide, lots of room for your family.

Asking $13,995 250-489-8980

Don’t forget to look for us online at kootenayadvertiser.com Wow...Have a look at this!!! $10,200. 2010 Dodge Avenger, local car, FWD, 71,300km, auto, air, tilt, cruise, pw & pdl, keyless entry, satellite radio, command star with 1/4 mile range, tinted windows, Weather Tech floor & trunk liners, molded flaps, winter bra front, 4 brand new Toyo winter tires & 4 Toyo summer tires, both mounted on factory rims with air sensors, 3 sets of factory keys, white exterior with charcoal interior, non-smoker, no accidents. This car must be seen at this price to be appreciated, well maintained & spotless. Also has balance of factory warranty remaining. Call (250)423-1428

12’ slide out with awning, queen bed, large storage in back, tub/shower, new solar panel, new tires, gently used, never been smoked in,

asking $15,000. (250)427-4927

2004 Sandpiper 37’ 5th wheel toy hauler, living room/bedroom slides, 12’ garage, air, new front queen, new flooring, microwave, 4-burner stove/oven, new tires. Park this on your summer lot & you have a place to sleep & a place to store your toys. $16,000 obo. (250)426-9020

2007 Crossroads Cruiser RF25RL hardwall 5th wheel, full size 7’ slide, One owner, great layout, sleeps 5-6, like new cond., must see,

$17,000. (250)489-3556

2004 Terry 5th Wheel, 29-1/2’ with slide, air, 8 cu.ft. fridge, microwave, stove, oven, back bedroom with bunks, queensize bed in master bedroom with bathroom, tub, shower, pull out couch, can sleep up to 8 people, plenty of cupboard space, in good shape, asking $18,000. 1 (250)402-3583 2004 Terry Quantum 32’ 5th Wheel trailer, immaculate, 2 slides, queen bed, 3-way fridge, 3-burner stove w/oven, microwave, gas/electric hot water heater, gas furnace, 2 TV’s, excellent & clean cond., $21,500 obo. (250)426-8178 2006 Jayco Jayflight trailer, 31’ quad bunk with slide, a/c, walk around queen bed, sleeps 10, 1/2 ton towable, 5yr transferable warranty, many extras, $18,500 obo. (250)489-6115

2007 Mallard 28BH, 28’ Mallard bunk model, approx. dry weight 5000 lbs, popular floor plan, $13,900. Runners RV, (250)489-4141 or toll free 1-800-663-4824

Cars - Domestic

Cars - Domestic

2007 Nitrous 265 Toy Hauler, 7000 lbs dry weight, awning, air, fold-away furniture, fueling station, $24,900. Runners RV, (250)489-4141 or call toll free 1-800-663-4824 2008 Arctic Fox 26’ Silver Fox Edition, aluminum super structure, top of the line Fox, oversize fridge & freezer, oven, microwave, 14’ slide with pull out sofa, separate walk around bedroom, 16� wheels with shock over spring suspension for ground clearance, winter ready, Thera-Pane windows & XL heated holding tanks, immaculate cond., $21,900. (250)427-3457 (250)427-2032

COME SEE THE GUYS WITH THE GOOD BUYS 2006 Chev Impala SS

2001 Class B Pleasure Way motorhome,

Montana Mountaineer

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2008 Pontiac Wave, 81,000km, 4-dr sedan, manual trans., loaded w/custom stereo & amp, tinted windows, 8 tires, $9500 obo. (250)489-3672

1999 Vanguard 269, Vanguard rear kitchen model, air, awning, approx. dry weight 7673 lbs, living room dinette slide, front walk around queen, $14,900. Runners RV, Call (250)489-4141 or toll free 1-800-663-4824 1999 Vanguard 5th Wheel, great cond., non smokers, parked at RV lot since 2005, $7500 obo. (250)426-6798

2005 24’ Vanguard hard side trailer,

Leather, sunroof, and V8 horsepower

LIKE NEW

2007 Toyota Corolla CE automatic, well maintained driving school car, just turned 100,000km, $8500 ďŹ rm. (250)421-1655

1997 Mallard 31’, rear bunks, front bedroom, sleeps 9, 3-pc bath, air, microwave, fridge, stove, solar panel, 30lb tanks, full awning, stereo, $8700 obo. (250)489-9187

2003 Citation 5th Wheel, 24’, rear kitchen, air, slide, dry weight 7643 lbs, thermal windows, extremely clean, $11,900. Runners RV, call (250)489-4141 or toll free 1-800-663-4824 2003 Wildcat by Forest River Conventional 29’ RV trailer, new awning, 12’ slide, ex. cond., $11,500. Call (250)417-2577 (250)426-5654 (250)489-9777

ex cond, stored inside, mechanically sound,

$18,500 obo. (250)422-3773

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$11,99

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2010 Ford Edge Limited AWD

Leather, panoramic roof, low mileage

T3035A Was $29,995

2002 33’ Tahoe toy hauler, great cond., loaded, holds 4 motorcycles or 2 ATV’s, asking $12,500. Call and to view, (250)489-4773

Motorcycles

Motorcycles

MOTORCYCLES:

Street/Cruisers 2008 Honda CBR 125 .................$1,895 2009 Honda Rebel 250 ................$3,649 2009 Yamaha V-Star 250 .............$2,999 2005 Yamaha YW 50 ..................$1,351 2008 Yamaha YW 50 ..................$1,998 2010 Yamaha YW 125 ................$2,149

ATVS:

2005 Kawasaki Prairie 700 with Warn Winch ........................$4,999 2008 Honda TRX 450 .................$4,599

SNOWMOBILES:

2000 Polaris RMK 500................$2,599 2008 Yamaha APEX 784kms ......$6,449 NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED! As well, ALL NON-CURRENT NEW INVENTORY ON CLEARANCE SALE!

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Call Mark today!! 2009 Ford Flex SEL

Heated seats, 7 passenger

P1953 Was $16,995 Denh Pr am

$15,i9ced 95 Call Stacy today!!

2009 Ford F150 S/Cab XLT

4.6 V8, loaded, only 33,000 kms

T3158A Denh Pr am

$19,i9ced 95 Call Simon today!!

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Sport Utility Vehicle 1999 Honda CRV, 227,000km, good cond., $5150 obo. (250)489-5392

2010 Wildwood T23 Northern Edition trailer, ex. cond., c/w towing equipment, sleeps 6, fridge, freezer, stove, bathroom, tub, $12,000 obo. (250)426-3468 29 ft. 1978 class A motorhome. Runs good. A/C, heat, fridge, stove, generator. Inside redone; new floor, paint, lights, CD/XM radio, etc. $5500. 250428-9759 Kustom Koach 5th Wheel, 27’4�, like new. We are the original owners. Only used 2 weekends. Slide-out, air, awning, furnace, gas/electric fridge, loaded w/options, worth $51,900, asking $16,500 obo. (250)427-4435

Cars - Sports & Imports

2002 Buick Rendezvous CXL, SUV/crossover, AWD, seats 7, loaded, leather interior, power everything, air, OnStar, CD, luggage rack, 3.4L V6, great shape, $5000 obo. Call (250)420-1949 Don’t forget to look for us on Twitter @CranbrookNews

Trucks & Vans 1995 F250, needs tranny work, good tires & canopy, asking $600. (250)428-0552 1998 GMC longbox, 6.5 diesel, 4x4, well maintained, new tires, ex running cond., $5000 (778)517-0915 1999 Dodge Ram, 5.7 L Cummins diesel, 388,000km, 2 sets tires & rims, has some rust, too many options to list, $5000 obo. (250)919-6558

Cars - Sports & Imports

Welcome Jared The management and staff of the Kootenay Import Auto Group are pleased to welcome Jared McMillan as sales consultant at Sun Valley Nissan. Jared McMillan

Jared comes to us from the prairies for similar reasons as many who fall in love with the natural beauty of our region. After a short stint in the sales field, Jared chose to trade his coveralls for a shirt and tie. He realized that he very much enjoyed being on the front lines, dealing with people rather than in the back shop. His mechanical background serves him well of course in the automobile industry. Stop by today, enjoy Jared’s enthusiasm in providing first rate service and advice. Whether you choose any of the fine line of new automobiles that Nissan offers or from the huge selection of quality pre-owned vehicles at the Import Auto Group, you’re sure to find just what you need.

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Recreational/Sale 2008 Cougar 5th 289BHS, 2 slides, 2-bdrm, dry weight 8675 lbs, polar package, hitch weight 1520 lbs, $24,900. Runners RV, (250)489-4141 or toll free 1-800-663-4824

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James Grant

The management and staff of the Kootenay Import Auto Group are pleased to welcome James Grant as Sales/Lease Advisor at Subaru of Cranbrook.

James was born and raised in Kimberley and chose to move to Cranbrook a couple of years ago. “This opportunity to work with Subaru of Cranbrook is very exciting. The line of Subaru vehicles is something I can really get behind�. James is young enough to appreciate the sporty side such as WRX and BRZ. Also, being devoted to his fiance and the children in his life, James appreciates the practical family friendly features and room in the Forester, Tribeca, Outback, Crosstrek, Legacy, and Impreza. Having worked in the sales field his entire working life, and being involved in athletics and outdoor pursuits, James feels very comfortable representing Subaru. Stop by today and let him show you this great line-up or the awesome selection of quality pre-owned vehicles offered by a the Kootenay Import Auto Group.

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Cars - Domestic

Cars - Domestic

Cars - Domestic

Cars - Domestic

Cars - Domestic

Cars - Domestic

Trucks & Vans 2001 Honda Odyssey, great family van, 140,000km, asking $6500. (250)489-0725 2003 Toyota Tundra 4x4, 260,000 km, well maintained, good cond., $10,500 obo. (250)489-0771 2004 Ford F350 Quad cab L/D, diesel, dual exhaust, cool air intake, Super Chip Flash Pag tuner, Premier sound system, remote start, keyless entry, alarm, starter immobilizer, security system, $5000 obo. (250)426-2479 2007 Ford F150 Lariat 4x4 Extended cab, 5.4 engine, canopy, 44,000 km, $21,000. (250)427-4124 Don’t forget to look for us on Facebook Kootenay Advertiser

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Under the Warehouseman’s Lien Act, the following will be sold at Public Auction or by the owner in Cranbrook, BC. Unit #A18 Tammy Head Ace Mini Storage: c/o 46-7th Ave. S Cranbrook, BC V1C 2J1

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