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At its annual general meeting held on Tuesday, June 11, Nettie Stupnikoff, treasurer for the foundation told fellow directors that thanks to the generosity of the community, business and organizations, the foundation was able to make several purchases which will greatly benefit Castlegar and area. “We have a wonderful community with a lot of generous people,” Stupnikoff said. Specifically, last year’s donations totaled almost $55,000. Some $30,000 of

those donations came $36,000 towards the from the Light Up the purchase. Hospital campaign. “This included Stupnikoff also cred- donations from the its Castlegar and Dis- people within the trict Hospital Aux- community, local oriliary Society for its ganizations, businessunceasing hard work es and foundation. in helping support Without support of CDHF’s efforts. all these individuals, “The auxiliary is an the foundation would integral part of our not be able to provide donor network,” add- much-needed equiped Stupnikoff. ment to the emerThe combined do- gency department at nations helped pur- Castlegar and District chase, in part, three Community Health Spacelab cardiac Centre,” explained monitors, a state-of- Stupnikoff who addthe-art cardiac mon- ed that the equipitoring and informa- ment is exclusively for tion system worth the Castlegar Health $54,000. Centre. Of that $54,000, Those cardiac inthe Hospital Auxiliaformation systems Ad-4.5x6.5.pdf 1 2013-05-22 09:14:32 Ad-4.5x6.5.pdf 1 2013-05-22 09:14:32 ry donated $18,000, are linked internally, while CDHF raised which will enable the

nurse on duty to view other monitors while at another patient’s bedside. Besides being linked within the emergency room, the monitors are also linked with Kelowna Hospital and other Interior Health sites, thus enabling an emergency room physician in Castlegar to speak with an offsite specialist using real-time patient monitoring data. According to the CDHF website, “This will improve patient care and comfort and augment treatment options for Castlegar physicians. In critical situations when life saving measures are

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occurring, the nurse or physician will be able to print out the data from the monitor at any time during or after the event to ensure that documentation standards for ER are met.” As well, CDHF and the Hospital Auxiliary donated $15,440.80 toward repair and maintenance of the kitchen at Talarico Place. The hospital foundation raised $4,983 of that through garage sales, while the auxiliary chipped in $10,457.80. “We were able to give back to Talarico Place and they upgraded their kitchen,” said Stupnikoff. The final piece of business at the AGM included the election of officers and directors. It was unanimously agreed that the present directors be reappointed. Those directors are: Margaret Nickle, president; Dr. Joan Snyder, vice-president; Beverly Chernoff, secretary; Nettie Stupnikoff, treasurer; directors at large Gil Heney; auxiliary liaison, Polly Chernoff, John Voykin and Caroline Kavaloff; Sally Simmons, office support; Sherley Gorkoff, financial and administration support, Bonny Verigin. Stupnikoff said CDHF is always looking for new members. If you are interested in helping, please call 250-365-6187 or 250365-6587. She also thanked all of the directors and support people for their ongoing hard work. For more information, please visit http://www.castlegarhospitalfoundation. org/

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Arrow Reservoir users could be in for another frustrating summer when it comes to water levels in Arrow Lake. At a meeting hosted by BC Hydro last on Tuesday, June 11, Jim McNaughton, senior engineer, operations planning for BC Hydro told attendees that while the predicted runoff for the Arrow Reservoir is forecasted to be at 102 per cent of the normal, that could change as summer comes into full swing. “Given current conditions, BC Hydro expects that the Arrow water level may drop below the preferred summer recreation level of 1,435 feet during this period. Although this water level is relatively uncommon, it is well within the historical range. Water levels on August 1 from the years 1968 to present have ranged from a low of about 1,400

walk half a mile to get to the water.” McNaughten acknowledged her concerns but pointed out that the upgrades should be finished this year and thus will hopefully help alleviate some of the reservoir woes. “But, we do have treaty rules and treaty rules say that a certain amount of water has to be stored at certain times of the year.” For that attendee, it wasn’t quite enough to soothe her frustration. “Hydro has to realize that the people of the Basin are suffering. I think it needs to not be all about money.” McNaughten said while Hydro was not going to definitively rule out spilling water from July to September, there would be a deep financial cost associated with doing so. In prior public meetings with Hydro, the subject of added debris both in the reservoir and on the

shoreline was also a added. concern. The amount As to next year’s of debris is directly reservoir levels, linked to reservoir Coules said Hydro level fluctuations. is hopeful that those Mary Anne Coules, levels should be a litstakeholder engage- tle more to the users’ ment advisor for Hy- liking. dro, said this year “The work at Mica should be not as both- is scheduled to be ersome when it comes completed this year so to debris. that should not affect “We expect the wa- next year’s summer ter level to peak at a recreation levels.” lower level than last McNaughten year and that would warned, however, mean less debris on that nothing is set in the water. BC Hy- stone for 2014 when dro has an ongoing it comes to reservoir debris management levels. program to remove “It’s too early to woody debris from forecast the reservoir Arrow Lakes Res- levels for 2014 as we ervoir shoreline,” need to account for Coules said. snowpack levels, proThe preferred sum- jected weather patmer recreation level terns in the Columbia of the reservoir from basin, load requireJuly to September is ments, Columbia Riv1,435 feet. Coules said er Treaty provisions that while that level and other variables is “relatively uncom- which are impossible mon, it’s still within to predict,” explained the historical range.” McNaughten. “Water levels on The Mica Dam upAugust 1 from the grades are slated to years 1968 to present be completed in 2014 have ranged from a and are projected to low of about 1,400 cost between $169 BCofFRESH Strawberries and $189 mil- feet to a-high about million will be arriving this Friday 1,446 feet,” Coules lion.

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of the incident and was happy to get all her belongings back. Police have no reason to suspect this house or owner was specifically targeted - it was likely a crime of opportunity. With the summer months and hot weather upon us, we more often leave windows and doors open. Police urge people to ensure their homes are locked up and secure if they are not going to be home.

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feet to a high of about 1,446 feet.” This is also due, in part, to upgrades being done at Mica Dam and the installation of two new generators. BC Hydro plans to limit generation at Mica for most of the summer to safely allow ongoing project work to replace aging switchgear equipment in the underground powerhouse. As a result, outflows from Mica and downstream Revelstoke dams are expected to be lower than normal from July through September. One reservoir user voiced her frustration at this news, saying that while she fully understands Hydro’s obligations under the Columbia River Treaty and Hydro’s operating requirements, especially during the upgrades, there has to be a balance. “I know [downstream users] need water, but don’t take it all out of the reservoir. I really want my grandkids to enjoy the lake without having to


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Softness on the bottom line JIM SINCLAIR Castlegar News Editor

Where the rubber meets the shoe, or the knee, hip or elbow, is where a child can be grateful it’s not cement or pavement. Twin Rivers Elementary is now endowed with section of its playground featuring a rubber floor. It’s the result of cooperation between School District #20 and Tire Stewardship BC, which provided a grant and material for the work. As soon as you step

the event of a fall. “This stuff here is about six inches thick,” pointed out Twin Rivers principal (L-R) Ben, Darrin, Brent, Lexi Doug Hickey and Kendra are sold on the on June 7 about the top level. “It soft surface beneath them. Jim Sinclair sits on a cononto the surface the crete slab and benefits are obvious. then there’s a small Each step is cush- underlay with the reioned so it’s easy to cycled rubber on top. imagine how much Hickey informed that less wear and tear a the concrete work user would receive was done last fall by to their joints, not to school district emmention anywhere ployees. Others came that makes contact in in this spring to in-

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The Castlegar Garden Club will host the 12th Annual Castlegar & Area Garden Tour on Sunday, June 23 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. featuring gardens in Glade and Castlegar. Admission is by Donation to KAAP, Kootenay Animal Assistance Program, for this self-guided Garden Tour. It’s impossible to deny the magic of the 12th Annual Castlegar & Area Garden Tour. Atmospheric and enthralling . . . a sense of exhilaration permeates. There’s something thrilling,

gardens in Castlegar and one of the surrounding communities. During the June 23 Garden Tour, catch flute music of the Wind River Flute Quartet, in the garden of Judy Sayers from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.. Music in the garden has become an annual event and the sound of flute music in a garden setting brings reminiscences of a bygone era. Garden tour brochure with map availably locally at the Castlegar Library, Visitor’s Centre, City Hall, Castlegar Station Museum, Community Complex, Columbia Valley

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Summer can present special problems for Castlegar’s water system. During the summer season, daily residential water use can increase by as much as 200% primarily because of lawn and garden watering as well as car washing. Our residential water is pumped from the Arrow Lakes to reservoirs, from which water is supplied to residents. Excessive sprinkling during summer months reduces the water contained in our reservoirs. Even if the system has adequate supply, it may not be able to pump the water fast enough during this peak demand period to maintain storage for firefighting purposes. Castlegar is attempting to stop the increase in water usage by restricting use during the summer months. This year citizens are being asked to sprinkle on odd or even days, according to their residential address. Watering will be permitted from 5:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and from 5:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m each day. Residents who use a water regulating system (e.g. timers and underground sprinkler system with timers) shall be exempted from the regulations, providing they do their outdoor watering between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. on an alternating day basis. The reasoning behind this exemption is that timers and underground sprinkling systems allow the user to water during the coolest part of the day, hence less water is required and their sprinkling times should be shorter. Please advise City Hall at 365-7227 if you have a water regulating system. A fine of $50.00 will be levied for non-compliance to the water regulations. However, under special circumstances, an exemption permit can be obtained at City Hall, 460 Columbia Avenue during regular office hours. Reasons for exemption include the following: a new residential lawn, a means of controlling dust, watering within a construction or building project.


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Weighing in on a local controversy can be a simple and short process. Making making ideas public requires a fair bit of thoughtful consideration. A current local issue with a relatively hot button, relates to the presence of mobile food vendors and how the city is regulating them. Not having actually staked out the trailer and van which are conspicuously located along our main drag, it appears that at least some of the time they’re doing a brisk trade. There have also been great reviews regarding the cuisine from both operations. Points have been made by some local entrepreneurs as to the business playing field, and how level it is. The comments suggest a mobile business working prime locations in peak season could have an unfair advantage over an established eatery with a fixed address. To the diner, the bottom lines are quality, choice and value... simply, the more the merrier. There’s a clear reason why mobile vendors are all the rage. They offer us variety and convenience. The points made by the operators of “brick and mortar” establishments, about their commitment to the community, are every bit as compelling City Hall definitely has its work cut out in coming up with a licencing formula that all affected parties can accept. We want to hear from you.

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The Castlegar News welcomes letters to the editor intended for publication but reserves the right to edit for brevity, clarity, legality, accuracy and topicality. Letters should typically be in the range of 300 words in length. Anonymous letters will not be published. To assist in verification, name, address and telephone number must be supplied, but will not be published. E-MAIL LETTERS TO: DROP OFF/MAIL:  Unit 2 - 1810 8th Avenue Castlegar, B.C. V1N 2Y4 Phone: 250-365-6397 The Castlegar News is a member of the British Columbia Press Council, a self-regulatory body governing the province’s newspaper industry. The council considers complaints from the public about the conduct of member newspapers. Directors oversee the mediation of complaints, with input from both the newspaper and the complaint holder. If talking with the editor or publisher does not resolve your complaint about coverage or story treatment, you may contact the B.C. Press Council. Your written concern, with documentation, should be sent within 45 days to B.C. Press Council, 201 Selby St., Nanaimo, B.C. V9R 2R2. For information, phone 888-687-2213 or go to

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From caveman to man cave

Man can grow old, but never grow up. I had to laugh when I read that quote at aspx. Let me explain a bit and you will see what I mean. The other day my husband and I decided to take a Sunday drive. We really had nowhere in mind, but the day was beautiful and it was nice to spend the time together without the television, computer or phone. Eventually we found ourselves driving through adjoining communities admiring the beautifully kept yards and the abundance of flowers that late spring offers. While slowly driving through Blueberry, we spied a house with a garage. The door to the garage was open and I could see a couch and various other items in there. Turning to my husband, I jokingly said, “Hey! I bet that’s a man cave!” It turns out that it was. Because we had driven down a dead end street we had to pass by that house again and this time when I took a better look, I could see that a TV was mounted on the wall along with other various man cave things. Which got me thinking – wouldn’t it be nice if my husband had his own little man cave? It’s the Stanley Cup playoffs. I’m already sick of hockey (yes, I know it’s Marvin Beatty Reporter

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heresy to think that, let alone put it in print). A man cave would be the perfect solution! His shop already has a fridge and the shop is certainly big enough to plop in a couch, a few manly decorations and…. Well, being a woman, I wasn’t sure what else goes in a man cave and so I turned to my friend Google and did a bit of research. I’m not sure I will share the results of that search with my husband, and I most certainly won’t be sharing this column with him because what I discovered in the search was a real eye opener. While many men would likely be happy with a couch, fridge, TV and remote, there are those who have taken the concept of a man cave to the far edge of reality. One of the man caves had its very own stripper pole, while another is a virtual shrine to the University of Florida. Another has three (yes, three!) “32inch televisions, a 110-inch Stewart film screen fixed display, a Sharp 1080p DLP projector, 7.2-channel surround sound, a PlayStation 3, Lutron lighting and Crestron touch panel control.” Toss in a full wet bar, an icemaker and two beverage centres and you have the ultimate man cave. Seriously? Quit salivating guys. I guess in a perverse kind of way man caves make sense. After all, we women usually have sizable authority when it Chris Hopkyns Publisher

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comes to decorating a home. Men just usually shrug and bite their tongues when we decide to decorate it in girly frou-frou style. For the most part, men who have man caves are asserting themselves in a very masculine way. It’s kind of like a boys’ club. Remember when you were younger and it was boys only, no stinky girls allowed? Some things never change. Through my research I learned that man caves might be extremely beneficial to men. According to some psychologists, man caves can provide stress relief and might even be beneficial to marriages. No nagging wife. No girly things hung on the wall. I’ll bet those psychologists are men themselves. But to this hockey-tired wife, I can see the allure in it. Yup, hours upon hours of me, stretched out in my recliner, remote in my hand, flicking through all my favourite shows, belching at will and scratching without a care in the world. Meanwhile all of my most girly things would surround me and all I would smell would be estrogen. Of course, I’m dreaming and that would only happen if he was in his man cave. But, I would miss him. I would miss our conversations and I would miss his company. So I guess that man cave will have to wait just a bit longer, and that means he still keeps control of the remote. Sandy Leonard Production

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runing trees and shrubs is necessary to ensure they maintain their health and vigor. Trees and shrubs should be inspected annually to determine if they need to be pruned. Mature trees typically do not need to be pruned as frequently as young trees, which need pruning to establish branch structure. Trees and shrubs that go years without pruning can become overgrown and weak. In addition to promoting tree and shrub health, pruning pays a host of other dividends. * Pruning removes dead or diseased branches. Pruning helps a tree or shrub maintain its shape and vigor by removing broken, dead or diseased branches that can be unsightly and make it more difficult for the tree or shrub to stay healthy. When broken, dead or diseased branches are removed, trees or shrubs look healthier and add aesthetic appeal to a property. * Pruning trees and shrubs promotes growth of other plants. Trees and shrubs that go years without being pruned become overgrown, making it difficult for plants underneath or adjacent to them to grow in healthy. For example, grass beneath an overgrown tree might not get adequate sunlight, which it needs to establish strong roots so it can grow in lush and healthy. Pruning allows plants beneath the tree and shrub and even those next to the tree and shrub to grow in nicely.

* Pruning reduces risk of accidents. Overgrown trees can interfere with power lines, increasing the risk of accidents and power outages. In addition, overgrown trees tend to have larger, weaker limbs, which can prove hazardous and cause property damage during storms. Pruning overgrown trees reduces the risk of such accidents.





* Pruning adds curb appeal. A property littered with overgrown trees and shrubs hurts a home’s curb appeal, giving prospective buyers the impression that homeowners might have been careless with regard to maintaining the whole house and not just the lawn. But trees and shrubs that are pruned and well-maintained can add to a home’s curb appeal, something that goes a long way toward impressing prospective buyers.

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* Pruning can sometimes bring plants back to life. Shrubs that have gone years without being pruned can sometimes still be salvaged. In some instances, pruning such shrubs can restore natural and healthy growth.

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Community Calendar

Thursday, June 13, 2013 Castlegar News

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Upcoming JUNE-CASTLEGAR SR. ACTIVITIES @ COMPLEX Mon. 10:00 Darts 1:00 Whist 9:30 Floor Curling Tues 9:30 Floor Curling/Carpet Bowling 1:00 Crafts 7:00 Pool Wed. 9:30 Floor Curling 10:00 on 19th Raspberry Reunion 1:00 Bingo only 1st Wed 7:00 Rummoli Thurs 9:30 Floor Curling 9:00 Zone 6, Sr. Games 16th meeting 2:00 on 6th Gen. Meeting 1:00 Bingo not @ Gen. Meeting Fri. 10:00 Qi Gong 1:00 Bridge/Crib June 14, 6:00, BC Sr Convention Dinner & Dance Sat. June 15, 6:00 Castlegar Sr Year End Dinner & Dance June 13-16 BC Senior’s Convention @ Complex JUNE 13

Seniors Housing, Castlegar Villa Society AGM, Thursday, June 13, 6:30 p.m. JUNE 14-15 GARAGE SALE AT ST. RITA’S CHURCH.

4-8 on Friday, 8 - noon on Saturday. JUNE 19 – TEDDY BEAR PICNIC –

at Kinsmen Waterpark, 10am – 1pm. Bring your picnic and your teddy bear for this free, fun and informative event! Clowns, Teddy Bear Hospital, fun activities, face painting, animal balloons, and a special parade and ribbon cutting for the new toddler playground. JUNE 19

Concerts in the Park series, every Wednesday night through to late August. 7 p.m. at Kinnaird Park. Watch for reviews and promos in the Castlegar News. JUNE 23 – 12th ANNUAL CASTLEGAR & AREA GARDEN TOUR - 9 a.m. – 4

p.m. Marvel at the horticultural expertise and creativity behind resplendent gardens in Glade and Castlegar. Admission by donation. Brochures available locally June 1. More info: call Rose Cheveldave at 250-365-9600 or June 23-29 - Legion Week

Come down to the Legion June 27, 2013 to celebrate our 70th year of operation and enjoy the outdoor booths. Hotdogs/pop will be available. The Lounge opens at 2 p.m. and the celebration starts at 3 p.m. There will be a meat draw starting at 4 p.m., the last one until the fall. Guests

welcome, they must be signed it to enter the lounge area.. June 25 - Opening reception for 17th Annual Art Walk

7 - 8:30 p.m. at the Castlegar Community Complex. Artists, entertainment and more. Free admission. ONGOING-

Castlegar Rotary Clubs are looking for host families for international highschool students. Time frame is 2-3 months during the upcoming school term. If interested please call Doug Clark at 250-365-30-36. Ongoing: FARMER’S MARKET AT THE CASTLEGAR STATION MUSEUM

Every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. – a great variety of goods from local vendors: fruit and veggies, pies, cinnamon buns, pyrohi, borscht, jams, plants, haircuts, loofa slice soaps and a lot more. Free coffee too. New vendors welcome. To book a spot call Deb at 250-365-6440. Spots are only $5. Ongoing: Family Caregiver Series, free Alzheimer Society of

B.C. workshop explains effective ways to care for a person with Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia. Three Tuesdays: June 11, 18 and 25. Robson community School, 3131 Waldie, Robson. Pre-registration is required.C all 250-365-6769 or email jleffelaar@alzheimerbc. org. Ongoing: Concerts in the Park

in Castlegar at Kinnaird Park. Wednesdays at 7 p.m. from June 12 to August 28. Concessions by the Castlegar Interact Club. More info, call Darlene 250-3652155 Ongoing: Champions for Literacy. Do you know an indi-

vidual, group or organization who has made a contribution to literacy in Castlegar and the surrounding area? Nominate them for recognition. Forms can be found at the Castlegar & District Public Library and at www. Deadline is Monday, June 3. More info call Alana: 250-304-6862.

brunch is served. Wide variety of items by local vendors. Monthly silent auction with current auction running until June 2. We have added a Loonie Table with great bargains. Silent  Auction & Loonie Table benefit Robson Hall’s future projects. New vendors welcome. To book a table call 250-365-3796 or 250-3658165 ongoing: tops group meets every wednesday - 8:30 a.m. to

10 a.m. at Kinnaird Hall 2320 Columbia Avenue. Round table discussion. Get motivated to eat healthy and lose weight. Join round table talks, make new friends. Monthly fee of $10. FMI call 365-7956.

ongoing: sharing dinner pot

All welcome for a hot meal Tuesdays at noon at the Cadet Hall on 8th Avenue in Castlegar, two blocks from the library. No charge. Sponsored by the Stonesoup committee. Ongoing: Castlegar A.A. meetings at the Pioneer Arena - Sun.

at 10 a.m. (phone Mike – 3658302), Tues. at 7 p.m. (phone Dennis at 365-2738), Wednesday at 7 p.m., (Call Fay 250-6870484. Thurs. at 8 p.m. (phone Jim at 365-6216) and Sat. at 8 p.m.

ongoing: al-anon meets every Monday night AL-ANON is

for people whose lives have been affected by someone else’s drinking. Meeting every Monday 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. at 2224 6th Ave. (Kootenay Society for Community Living building.) More info call Donna 365-3168 or Eileen 365-3674. ongoing: legion meat draws every saturday - Royal Cana-

dian Legion Castlegar/Robson Branch#170, 248 Columbia Ave. Doors open at 3 p.m., draws from 4 - 6 p.m. Draws every half hour with other special prizes awarded. Guests more than welcome and can be signed in by a member. Come out and have fun with great company. ongoing: CRAFTING for WOMEN.

group for breastfeeding moms. Neighbourhood House (behind Chopsticks) in Castlegar, Tuesdays, 10:30 - noon More info: 250-365-3662,

Wed. mornings 9-12, Sun Centre, above Community Services. No cost but there may be required materials depending on project. Mocassins cost about $50. Knitting and most others free. Volunteers needed to teach crafts / skills. Phone: 250-3652104 ext. 34 or

ONGOING: ROBSON MARKET at Robson Hall, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

ongoing: Confluence Fellowship Circle. A Christian gath-

Ongoing: All About Breastfeeding: informative support

every Sunday including holidays. Friends or family visiting this summer? Bring them along — it’s a great way to spend time together. A great breakfast and

ering with a Celtic flavour. We meet outside in the warmweather! Call 365-5693 to confirm time and place. What are we about? Come and see, or visit

Contact Deborah @ dnittel@

ongoing: poker fundraiser at

ongoing: Trail sea cadets -

the Lion’s Head Pub every Tuesday. Games start at 7 p.m. sharp and go until there is a winner. Buy-in is $50 with 25 per cent going to charity and the rest in cash prizes. 20 players max. ongoing: TOASTMASTERS MEETINGS The local Toastmasters

club, the Sentinel Speakers, meets from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Fireside Inn Castlegar on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month. Learn speaking skills, gain confidence and have some fun! Guests warmly welcomed. More info please call Diane Cushing at 250-365-8336. ongoing: special olympics castlegar needs volunteers -

More info please call 250-9190757.

ongoing: Operation Feast es-

tablished in 2012 provides meals for members of our community. All invited for home-cooked meals Thursdays at New Life Assembly Church, 602 - 7th Street. Doors open at 4 p.m, dinner served until 5:30 p.m. Entrance to dining area located at the back of Church. More info: Carol at 365-5734. ongoing: scrabble club – Come

out on the second Wednesday of the month at the Castlegar Public Library, 6:30 – 8 p.m. All levels are welcome.

Ongoing: Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy Love 2 Learn:

free program, healthy snacks, circle, art, games, activities for preschoolers and parents/caregivers. Fridays 9:30 – 11 a.m. starting April 19 at Castlegar Primary School. To register call Alana, 250-304-6862, offered by Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy and School District #20. Community Learning Place: free

help with basic computers, reading and writing, citizenship, test preparation, skills upgrading. Castlegar & District Public Library, Tuesdays 12 p.m. - 3 p.m. More info: 250-304-6862. ongoing: Mom’s Support Group

Thursdays 10 a.m. to noon. Castlegar Community Services, Sun Centre. All moms welcome to this loosely structured group supporting challenges of being a mom. No referral required. Comments/queries: Sandi McCreight 250.365.2104 ext. 34 ONGOING: Awaken Your Intuition. Free 12 week study group

based on Sonia Choquette’s bestseller “The Psychic Pathway”. Let’s learn how to live a more intuitive, guided life together!

Tuesdays 6 - 9 p.m. at 44th Trail Armory in Shaver’s Bench 19907th Ave. Contact Lt(N) Richard Chanig 250-368-6247.

Ongoing: free pool - Everyone welcome. Every Saturday. Royal

Canadian Legion, 248 Columbia Ave. Free pool. Bring friends and have an afternoon of fun.

ongoing: west kootenay roller derby is looking for donations

of 1/8 thick vinyl composite tile, paint and brushes, seating (chairs, couches, benches etc.) and rugs to help build new practice space in Nelson. More info contact teressa.hodsall@gmail. com or facebook: https://www.

ongoing: friday youth program at blueberry creek - Commu-

nity School. A fun, safe night for kids in the area to watch a movie, play games/sports and hang out with friends. For grades K - 5, 6:30-8 p.m. and for grades 6 and up, 8-10 p.m. Check out the B.C.C.S. facebook page for movie listings and other information or phone 250365-7201.

ongoing: robson and blueberry strongstart centres – free

early learning programs for parents/caregivers with young children. Join us for snack, art, stories, gym time, and music. Robson - Mon, Tues, Wed, & Fri 8:30-11:30 a.m, Thurs 12:303:30 p.m. Blueberry - Mon, Wed, Thurs, & Fri 8:30-11:30 a.m and Tues noon - 3 p.m. A partnership between Robson Community School, Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy and Blueberry Creek Community School. More info contact Alana at 250304-6862 or email: amurdoch@

ongoing: KPKids - This is a fun, free program for children (K - Gr. 4), Wednesdays from 6:30pm8:00pm at Kinnaird Park Community Church. Starts Jan 16. For kids in grades 5-8 there is a program called “Crush” held on the same night at the same time. For more information call the church at 365-3430.

ongoing: need a haircut for a job interview? Brooke will

come to your house and give you a free haircut. Call her at 250-365-2799 to arrange it.

ongoing: Trail sea cadets Meets every Tuesday 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the 44th Trail Armory in Shaver’s Bench 1990-7th Ave. Contact Lt(N) Richard Chanig 250-368-6247.

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Weighing in on food vendor issue I read the paper this weekend and was disappointed to hear of the responses both in attendance and thought regarding the meetings on the mobile food vendors. Facilitated by you the chamber. Call me crazy, but I would like to see the invitation or talk to the person by whom all restaurants were allegedly invited and only four showed. Was the invite an email, notice, letter, phone call, or what? I have a valid opinion but according to my records no invitation was even given to me for a voice.

mortar eateries. -ed.

Had I seen or heard of this event my husband Tom Frauley and myself would most certainly have been there. It is important for the city council to hear what we the restaurant community have to say. Deb McIntosh was quoted saying we the restaurant owners have taxes to pay, well that’s not all. A large outlay of money is the beginning of any business, but monthly overhead and building a strong staff family is a responsibility not for the faint of heart. We the restaurant community employ on a large scale, residents in Castlegar whom otherwise would be jobless. Food vans usually have only themselves to worry about.

There is a place in special events and carnivals for food trucks/vans but on a day to day business scale it is burdening an already economy challenged industry. There is much else to be said and deliberated but this is just a small thought for now there is much to be looked at in regard to this issue.

and enhanced wireless services,” said Steve Jenkins, TELUS general manager for the Southern Interior. “The demand for advanced communications services is exploding in Castlegar, and TELUS is committed to bringing the latest technology, both wired and wireless, to the community.” This significant in-

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-Kathy Frauley, Castlegar -Related clarification: Councillor Dan Rye has pointed out a misplaced quote attributed to him in last week’s issue, implying he refered to mobile vendors as “...huge supporters of communities and provide employement.” He was refering to operators of brick and

Undying gratitude

Dear Turan, Thank you for coming to my aid on May 25, 2013 at Tim Hortons. Your actions prevented me from slipping into a coma, to death. I heard how you stayed with me for over 45 minutes... how 911 was called several times with no response... how you called the RCMP to no avail. This should be totally investigated. I will never forget you and your actions. This community is blessed (to have you as part of it.) Thank you. -Ken Schwab, Castlegar

TELUS expanding local service submitted

TELUS is investing $400,000 in Castlegar this year to enhance its wireless and wired broadband Internet coverage for area residents and businesses. “TELUS’ $400,000 investment means people and businesses right here in Castlegar will have more access to the Internet

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MP’s Commentary Suppression of public information harmful All Parliamentarians are responsible for scrutinizing government information to ensure that the government is held accountable to Canadians. However, a disturbing trend is emerging—the deliberate suppression of information by the government, on many levels. The lack of clear details from the Harper Conservatives on Budget Bills C-38 and C-45 has seriously hindered MPs’ efforts to examine the rationale and impact of the gov-

ernment’s spending plans. The Parliamentary Budget Officer (PBO) is designed to provide independent fiscal analysis to Parliament so that all MPs have the information they need to do their job. The PBO has encountered tremendous barriers to fulfilling the responsibilities of the position, including: • Refusal by senior federal government managers to provide detailed financial data to rationalize expenditures and policy decisions; • Lack of cooperation and non-compliance by federal ministers in ensuring their departments/ agencies work with the PBO; and • Consistent accusations by Conservative ministers and senators that the PBO is operating outside the mandate of the position. In addition to withholding fiscal details, the Conservative government is also reducing the kind and amount of information that is available online to

Alex Atamanenko, MP for British Columbia South File

Canadians. The British Columbia Freedom of Information and Privacy Association has revealed the government’s plan to centralize and diminish information on federal government websites. Many changes have already been made and much information has already disappeared, including the Aboriginal Canada portal. Canadians should be concerned about these changes, and with the Conservative’s use of taxpayer-funded government websites to promote partisan positions. These breaches of ethical practice took place when Minister Julian Fantino posted partisan views on the

Canadian International Development Agency website, and when the government posted its views on a bill calling for a national homelessness strategy on the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation website. The Harper Conservatives are also continuing to muzzle public servants. For example, Environment Canada scientists now require approval from the Privy Council Office before speaking publicly on such topics as climate change or the protection of polar bear and caribou. And as of February 1, 2013, new rules were put in place requiring all scientists working with the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) in the Central and Arctic regions to treat all information as proprietary to DFO, and to obtain departmental approval before submitting research to any scientific journal. Dr. David Schindler, a world-renowned scientist at the University of Alberta, believes that the government’s closure of the En-

vironmental Lakes Area research facility is linked to the muzzling of scientists and quashing of scientific evidence. Schindler said that the research that was done at the facility contradicts the claims of the oil industry and government about the impacts of the tar sands. ”My guess is our current managers don’t like to see this kind of research,” he said. An overhaul of the National Research Council (NRC) by the Conservatives also indicates an alarming lack of insight about how science works. Cutbacks to environmental research funding and dismantling the NRC will hurt Canada’s science and innovation capacity. The NDP Science and Technology deputy critic, Laurin Liu, has heard from hundreds of scientists who are very concerned about the direction the government is taking regarding scientific freedoms. These trends are very disturbing and a complete affront to our democracy.

YOU’RE INVITED: GROHMAN NARROWS CHANNEL IMPROVEMENT PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING DATE: Monday, June 17, 2013 TIME: 6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m. LOCATION: Prestige Lakeside Resort & Convention Centre, 701 Lakeside Drive, Nelson BC Hydro will be hosting a public information meeting to provide an update on the Grohman Narrows Channel Improvement Project. Information presented will include the project background and drivers, findings of hydraulic and geotechnical studies completed to date, project timeline and next steps. Doors open at 5:45 p.m. Presentations will begin at 6:00 p.m. For more information, please contact Mary Anne Coules at 250 365 4565.



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The Relay For Life, a fundraiser for cancer research, was held June 8-9 in Castlegar. These photos are by Derek J. Kaye

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Over 10,000 thoughts-

You came up with over 10,000 thoughts and ideas about social, economic and environmental issues for Columbia Basin Trust’s online survey. Now it’s time to show us what’s most important to you.

Show us your priorities today | Open June 17 to June 26, 2013

Conversations With Nature – photographer Janet Dwyer Barb Sinclair Castlegar News Contributor

The June 7 opening of Kootenay Gallery’s current exhibition was well attended by art lovers and camera buffs alike. Janet Dwyer, of Saltspring

Island, BC, is an artist with a fairly new concept of reproducing nature in art with her specialized imaging technique called scanography. We all wondered during the installation of this wonderfully, colour-

ful show how she got these huge, crisp images. After a warm and informative greeting to visitors from Executive Director Val Field, the floor was given over to Janet. Rather than execute a

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ing made to explain just where you’re coming from. “It’s not such a new technique,” said Janet, “maybe 15 years. It’s sort of like Xerox copying, in a way. You know, you just put things on your copier and use it as a tool to make images.” It’s all digital work these days, and the scanner is just one of the items needed. Continued Dwyer, “You just get your pieces and lay them down on the scanner (the lid is off completely) in the order you think you want your composition to look like… you can’t really see how it will look, so you have to lower the resolution. At this point I just want to see what my composition looks like,” she explained. “Some people say ‘why don’t you just have a big plate of glass suspended over your head, lay out your picture, then put the glass on the scanner and go?’ Something that most people don’t know is that there is a big dust problem with

glass, and all that dust would be detailed in your scan.” In effect, you would be magnifying things you didn’t want in there, and at a higher resolution it really wouldn’t look the way you wanted it to look – especially if you had a thumbprint in there. So, after you’ve got everything on the scanner the way you want, then you get help from photoshop to fine-tune the colour. Finally, you ‘up’ the resolution to get the clarity you’re going after, look again at the results and keep doing this until you’re satisfied. You don’t need a big scanner for this, but you do need a big printer, like maybe 40” wide. Because of the size of the desired end result of the picture, it can take 12-15 minutes to produce, and sometime even longer. Be sure to come and see this exhibit which runs until July 20, and enjoy its clarity, colour and content. The gallery is open Tuesday to Saturday, 10 - 5 p.m.

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Province takes steps to keep deadly deer disease out of B.C. SUBMITTED

Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations VICTORIA - The Province is launching a public awareness campaign to help prevent a disease that is killing deer, elk and moose in some areas of Alberta and Saskatchewan, from crossing the border into British Columbia.

The disease is caused by an abnormal protein and can spread when a healthy animal comes in contact with an infected animal To support the campaign, the Province has set up signs on Highway 49 near Dawson Creek and in the southern portion of the province on Highway 3 near Sparwood, reminding hunters not to bring intact deer carcasses into B.C. The signs were developed with the support of the Peace River Regional District, the Guide Outfitters Association of BC, the BC Wildlife Federation and the Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation. Hunters can still bring the meat from their hunt back to B.C. Possession of an out-of-province hide, antler, or part of a skull is also permitted, providing they have been treated in a way that removes all tissue. For detailed information on the requirements for

processing outof-province deer, moose and elk, visit: http://www.env. CWD_program_update_spring2013.pdf Chronic Wasting Disease, or CWD, is a progressive, fatal nervous system disease that affects members of the deer family, including white-tailed deer, mule deer, moose and elk. The disease is caused by an abnormal protein and can spread when a healthy animal comes into contact with an infected animal, infected tissue or even soil contaminated by the protein. The disease was first identified in Canada in 1996, and despite attempts to manage it, CWD continues to spread in Saskatchewan and Alberta. The Province has been working since 2001 to keep CWD out of B.C. and in 2010 passed a regulation to restrict the transport of high risk tissues of hunted animals into B.C. The Province of British Columbia continues to monitor for the disease and so far no infected animals have been found in B.C. CWD is related to bovine spongiform e n c e p h a l o p a t h y, which causes mad cow disease. However, the World Health Organization (WHO) does not believe that CWD can be passed from deer to humans. As a precaution, the World Health Organization warns people not to eat the meat from infected deer. A13



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Canada Day Contest

We stand on guard, we stand on guard... for... he... or she! Staff writer Black Press

An online Canada Day pet photo contest hosted by Black Press is pitting proud pet owners against one another in the quest for a fun prize package.

Called the True Petriot Love Contest, passionate pet owners should be up to the challenge. Snapping pictures of Mittens, Rascal and Tweety is something most people already love to do. “Everyone loves

their pet and especially taking pictures of their pet,” says Nelson Star publisher Karen Bennett. “This is just a fun way to incorporate Canada Day celebrations into a contest people are already going to enjoy.”

She’s hoping people get creative by way of displaying their patriotic pride with flags, bandanas and other Canadian paraphernalia all making good accessories. Maple leafs are a safe bet but it’s how they’re used that will peg one pho-

to a notch above the rest. This is the first time Black Press if offering a contest running across the West Kootenay. Competition will be stiff with pet owners from Nelson, Trail, Rossland, Castlegar and Grand

You and your pet can do at least this good, don’t you think?

Forks all participating. “Pets are popular so this is a great place to start with our first regional contest,” says Bennett. Prizes on offer include a $50 shopping spree gift card from Dig Garden Centre; a Canadian-made Silverfoot collar and leash set plus a Red Dingo ID tag from Tails in Rossland (valued at over $60); restaurant gift certificates courtesy Selkirk Veterinary Hospital

valued at $100; Up to 25 lb. of Petcurian Pet Food from Nelson Farmer’s Supply worth $50 and a cat and dog prize package from Central Bark. To enter the photo contest go to our newspaper website and click on contests. Register and then upload your Petriot Love photo. The contest is now open with a deadline of July 1, Canada Day. Good luck!

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Community Twin Rivers Chorale: delivering the sweet sounds of spring


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Saint Peter’s Lutheran Church was awash with beautiful

music last Sunday, June 9 in Castlegar. Twin Rivers Chorale was presenting its third season with a spring concert and

it had a voice – many voices, in fact, singing in perfect harmony with the sun filled sky above the church’s spire in Castlegar only a couple of notes away from the flowing twin streams of the Co-

lumbia and Kootenay Rivers. If you missed the show do not despair, Twin Rivers Chorale will be perform at Concerts In The Park Wednesday, June 19 at 7 p.m. in Kinnard Park, Castlegar.

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registers and upward with a delightful interplay of harmony between the lead and backing sections of the choir. With the melody always on top, director Christina Nolan led the bass, tenor, alto and soprano sections of the choir through a selection of 17 songs ranging from broadway, showtunes, traditionals, and movie

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musicals, and in the second set to some jazz including tunes written by the great Duke Ellington. From the show opener On With the Show through the crowd pleasers such as Blue Moon and The Lion Sleeps Tonight and continuing to the last Love Changes Everthing featuring Christina Nolan as soloist, the church seemed like


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The ‘beautiful’ game just keeps getting more beautiful Derek J. Kaye Castlegar News Contributor

Last week brought four of the top repre-


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coach development. The concept is called Long Term Player Development (LPTD), and is evolved from the modern approaches the world international soccer body, FIFA, has adopted. Michael Findlay, Director of Soccer Development for BC Soccer explained that Canada would be insured of world class players tomorrow through Grassroots Coaching Development, and player development. BC Soccer plans to have free coaching workshops and services available to across all regions of the province. Through a representative or tutor from BC Soccer in every region, access will be there for everyone. Specifical-

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ly, a free three-hour Grassroots Coaching Workshop will be offered to all local coaches, age specific to their teams. The workshop will focus on player development and how skills training changes with player age. BC Soccer wants to develop a continuous structured pro-

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nence to reach a higher commitment in Canada. Last Friday saw local coaches and players run through new drills under the watchful eyes of top coaches. Some of the drills started to look like choreography and the beautiful game got more beautiful.

Time to plan for Dams’ Nelson showing lose its goodbye to the playoffs and time to West Kootenay Roller Derby start thinking about Check your cal- beer and after parties. endar, there may be The Valley Vendettas a way to attend the had a strong showing b u m p i n’ - b r u i s i n’ against the Babes of double-header com- Brutality in game two ing up in the Nelson of our season coming Civic Centre on Sat- away with their first urda, June 22. win uh… EVER! The At 7 p.m. it’ll be the Dams lost against the Valley Vendettas vs Babes, so mathematDam City Rollers. ically speaking the Seriously folks, Valley is the team to Prenatal:is Wed., this match goingJan. to28 Prenatal: Wed., Jan. 28 beat in this match-up pretty much dictate and maybe this seaPrenatal: Jan. OFA LevelWed., 1: Jan. 30 28 thePrenatal: standings our Jan. OFA LevelWed., 1:ofJan. 30 28son? league. Game three As for the 5 p.m. OFA Level 1: Jan. 30for Sledders: Avalanche Awareness forOFA the Dams with Level 1: Jan. 30 opener Avalanche for Sledders:– if you were Jan. 31theyAwareness twoAvalanche loses need to able to catch the last Sledders: Jan. 31 Awareness for Avalanche Awareness for Sledders: win this bout. If they match up between Jan. 31 Submitted

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Sports Aquanauts’ season off to great start Submitted

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the meet achieved at least one best time,” said Welychko. “There were several swimmers whose outstanding races resulted in significant best times.” A few examples of these

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After hard training, these students of Kootenay Christian Tae Kwon Do of Castlegar were kicking up the competition at the spring regional tournament, held at St. Joseph’s school in Nelson, June 1. Competitors had opportunities to show their stuff in poomse (patterns), sparring, weapons, breaking (boards) and musical form (poomse set to music). Training takes place in the gym, at New Life Assembly. Pictured, back row (L to R) Gordon Kavaloff - assistant instructor; Laurie ww w arn ar nee Snowden (bronze -


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The Castlegar Aquanauts swam in the first meet of the season on Saturday, June 8 in Grand Forks. Thirty swimmers attended, with great results. Division 1 swimmer Avery Cooke broke a record in the girls 50m butterfly. Emma Lawczynski broke two div 4 girl records, one in 100m backstroke and another in 50m freestyle. The division 6 boys records in 50m freestyle and 100m backstroke were beat by Jeffrey Ashton, and the girls division 6 freestyle relay record was broken by Ashlee Martini, Sierra Buchanan, Wren Shaman and Sophie Jansen. Head Coach Nick Welychko was impressed with the outcome. “Almost everybody who swam at

under 25m freestyle. His brother, James Marshall, took off 41 seconds in his 50m breastroke. Many swimmers from the club managed to finish in the top 3 in their division. Gold medals were awarded to Avery Cooke, Emma Lawczynski, Ashlee Martini and Jeffrey Ashton. Silver medals were awarded to Corbin Anderson and Sophie Jansen, and Bronze to Logan Ogloff and Elissa Centrone. Overall, the Aquanauts placed third in the meet. Welychko predicts the Aquanauts will have another stellar summer. “With Grand Forks being the first meet and seeing so many great swims,” concluded the coach. “I am eagerly anticipating the remainder of the season.”









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If you would like you event mentioned in this event calendar please e-mail the information to Castlegar Recreation Department at or call 365-3386 ext 0.


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In Memoriam

Betty Normington February 9, 1920 – June 15, 2011 I see skies of blue… clouds of white Bright blessed days… dark sacred nights And I think to myself… what a wonderful world. � Betty Mom, it was wonderful having you in the world. We miss you. Love, Leni, Mike, Terry and Judy, Ann, Deborah and John, Mairead, Sean, Cairan, Roz and Simon, Joseph and Magda, and Oliver.

Beryl Gibson

July 6th, 1940 - June 11th, 2011 A Lady, Wife, Mother, Partner and Friend It’s two years since you left us never to return. But never, ever, to be forgotten. By her husband; John C., son; John A., daughters; Jackie (Ken) Martin and Jenny Rogers, Grandsons; Bruce, Twins Nick and Chris Martin and Damien Rogers And by family in England, Canada and around the world.

Beryle Irma Irene Smith August 2, 1925 – May 2, 2013 It is with great sadness that the family of Irene Smith announces her passing. Irene peacefully slipped away May 2, 2013 in Kelowna at the age of 87. Irene is predeceased by her husband Don Smith and step-sons Allan Smith and John Bishop. Irene will be greatly missed and forever remembered by her son Don Smith(Laurel), step-daughter Hazel Clouston(John), step-son Mike Smith(Joan), Irene’s grandchildren: Dionne(Mark), Josey(Rob), Quinn(Justin) , Dillion, Lorne, Sherri(Greg), Daughter-in-law Janice Smith and many great grandchildren (Logan, Lucas, Aryanna, Neveah, Kenya, Lexi, Evan, Cheyenne, Tanis and Dakota), nieces, nephews, special friends Diane Boyd, Carol Fabbro, and all the Genelle Seniors. The family would like to thank the doctors and nurses at Kootenay Boundry Regional Hospital that cared for Irene on Saturday April 27 and the doctors and nurses at Kelowna General Hospital that cared for Irene until her passing. A celebration of Irene’s life will be held at the Genelle Hall on what would have been Irene’s 88th Birthday, August 2, 2013 from 1-4pm. Irene was born on August 2, 1925 in Saskatoon, Sk. She married Don Smith in 1952, and was a step mother to Don’s two son’s Allan and Mike. They moved to Edmonton, and in 1954 added Donald Smith Jr. to their family. The family continued west to Penticton, Grandforks, Acme, Kamloops and finally settled in Genelle. Irene cherished her family especially all her grandchildren and great grandchildren, Grandma kept track of everyone and we will all miss her phone calls so much. Irene lived independently up until her passing and enjoyed gardening, canning, baking, family dinners, going to seniors, and spent many days playing scrabble with Diane. In the past years Irene also enjoyed spending time with her nephews and their families at their cabin in the Shuswap, going on road trips with family, and spent many hours on figuring out the family history and geneology.

The Broken Chain: God saw you getting tired, he did what he thought was best, He put his arms around you, and said, “come and rest”. He opened up his golden gates, on that heartbreaking day, And with his arms around you, you gently slipped away, It broke our hearts to lose you, you did not go alone. For part of us went with you, the day God called you home. You left us peaceful memories, your love is still our guide. And though we cannot see you, you are always by our sides. Our family chain is broken, and nothing seems the same, But as God calls us one by one, the chain will link again.

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A memorial for Tom Wilson will be held June 30th between 2 & 4 pm, at the Black Rooster Restaurant in Castlegar. Friends wishing to join the family in celebration are requested to contact Donna 250-542-2097 OR Ron 250-368-5775 OR Jim 250-833-0015, by June 24th, to add your name to our guest list.

Max Robert Wiesner

MAX ROBERT WIESNER passed away peacefully at Talarico Place in Castlegar on May 29, 2013. Born in North Star, Alberta on July 24, 1936 to Frank and Eleanor Wiesner. He was the eldest of ten kids. He grew up in North Star and then to B.C, settling in Renata and Nelson. He met the love of his life Lucy Babakaiff in 1957, marrried in 1958, then spent the next 50 plus years making memories from Penticton, Robson, Calgary, Slocan Valley and back to Robson along with their three beautiful daughters. Max worked many years in construction, logging, paving and operated all types of heavy industrial equipment. Becoming self-employed in the mid 70s and starting his own business Lumac Industries, making and creating his own designs of ornamental ironworks. Max had a passion for hard work, family, friends, music, animals, practical joking, making a deal or two with a trade, collecting antiques and socializing, especially with women. His greatest pleasure was being up the lake at Renata which was his true haven. He would always be willing to lend a hand or show you how it’s done. Survived by his daughters Brenda Rowan (Jim), Sharon Eakins (Maurice Garneau) and Shelly Lapointe (Sandy). Four grandchildren, Jessica, Rebecca, Serena and Sandon. Seven sisters, two brothers, their spouses, numerous nieces and nephews, a wide range of friends from everywhere. Predeceased by his parents, wife Lucy and granddaughter Simone. A celebration of Max’s life will be held at the Robson Hall on Saturday, June 15th, 2013 from 11 to 2pm. In expression of sympathy, donations can be made to Talarico Place for all their care and compassion for Dad. You were one of a kind, Dad, thanks for the memories and you are now with Mom. Till we meet again...

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Medical/Dental Registered Nurses & Licensed Practical Nurses Bayshore Home Health Bayshore Home Health is currently seeking Registered Nurses & Licensed Practical Nurses for night shifts in the Castlegar/ Nelson area to work with children with complex care needs. If you are an RN or LPN and love working with children and their families , we would appreciate hearing from you. Pediatric experience is an asset and we do offer client specific training.

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Front Desk Administrative Assistant Kootenay Career Development Society is recruiting for a Front Desk Administrative Assistant to work in a variety of reception, operational, clerical, administrative and support functions to assist with the delivery of the WorkBC Employment Program. Reporting directly to the Employment Services Centre Manager the successful applicant will work with job seekers, employers, staff and the community of Castlegar and surrounding area. Preference will be given to applicants who demonstrate a combination of strong administrative skills, education/experience and outstanding people skills. Further information and required qualiďŹ cations for this position can be found in the job description located on KCDS’s website at .

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Maintenance Supervisor Armstrong Division

Tolko Industries Ltd. is a forest products company with marketing, resource management and manufacturing operations throughout Western Canada. We are currently seeking a Maintenance Supervisor to join our team at our Armstrong Division located in the North Okanagan Region of British Columbia. We are looking for a key member of our team who will be engaged in our pursuit of World Class Maintenance Performance. RESPONSIBILITIES The Maintenance Supervisor is responsible for providing supervision of maintenance crews to maintain and improve operational performance and ensure quality and machine safety standards. Weekend work supervision will be required. QUALIFICATIONS: t"TUSPOHDPNNJUNFOUUPXBSETTBGFUZJTFTTFOUJBM t)BWFBHPPEXPSLJOHLOPXMFEHFPG8PSLTBGF#$3FHVMBUJPOT t"CJMJUZUPVTF+%&PSTJNJMBS$..4QSPHSBNTJTJNQPSUBOU t+PVSOFZNBODFSUJÜDBUJPOXJUIJOUFSQSPWJODJBMJTQSFGFSSFE t0S B 1PTU4FDPOEBSZ FEVDBUJPO JO FOHJOFFSJOH DPNCJOFE XJUI B minimum 3 to 5 years’ experience in forest industry. t(PPEPSHBOJ[BUJPO QMBOOJOHBOETDIFEVMJOHJTSFRVJSFE t&YQFSJFODFXPSLJOHJOBVOJPOJ[FEFOWJSPONFOUJTBOBTTFU Strong values of Safety, Respect, Progressiveness, Open Communication, Integrity and Profit guide us at Tolko. TO APPLY: If you are interested in exploring this opportunity and being part of our community please visit our website at: and submit your resume by June 20, 2013.

Interested Applicants are invited to submit their resume and cover letter to Jan Wright, Executive Director at by June 24, 2013 at 4:30pm. Kootenay Career Development Society/WorkBC is located at Suite B -1020 Columbia Avenue, Castlegar, BC V1N 1H2.

Advertising Sales Representative The award-winning Castlegar News has an opening for an experienced full time Advertising Sales Representative. The successful candidate will be required to meet sales targets by deepening relationships with existing clients and developing new business with an aggressive face-to-face cold calling mandate. The ability to work independently in an extremely fast paced environment while adhering to deadlines is a must. Candidates considered for the position will be results oriented, strong communications, and be willing to learn and adapt in an ever changing business environment. A vehicle and a valid driver’s license is required. We offer a great working environment with a competitive base salary and commission plan along with a strong beneďŹ t package. Black Press has over 170 community newspapers across Canada and the United States and for the proven candidate the opportunities are endless. Please submit your resume with a cover letter by 5:00 pm Friday June 14th, 2013 to: Chuck Bennett Group Publisher Black Press, Kootenays Thank you to all who apply, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please.

career opportunity Coordinator, Records Management Reference Number 1308

Reporting to the Manager, Information Systems & Records Management, the Coordinator, Records Management is responsible for providing services in the development and on-going management of Columbia Power’s Recorded Information Management (RIM) Program. This position provides an important role to Columbia Power staff to ensure a cohesive approach to the records management practices and priorities of the Corporation. The successful candidate will be responsible for researching, analyzing and preparing records management policies and procedures, ensuring employees are in compliance with respect to Columbia Power’s records framework, governmental policy and legislative requirements, and provide records advisory services to management, staff, and contractors. Q UA L I F I C AT I O N S:

ÇŠ Secondary school graduation, with a preferred CertiďŹ ed Records Management (CRM) designation or an equivalent combination of education, training or experience; ÇŠ A minimum of two years experience in records management is required; experience is also essential in computerized records management applications; ÇŠ Experience working with records management principles, standards and procedures including inventory, classiďŹ cation and scheduling, and legal requirements of records retention. Training or experience working with ARCS/ORCS would be considered an asset; ÇŠ Excellent communication skills with the ability to establish and maintain effective cooperative working relationships with all levels of the Corporation. To apply for this position please submit cover letter & resume to by June 21, 2013



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IF YOU own a home or real estate, Alpine Credits can lend you money: it’s that simple. Your credit/age/income is not an issue. 1-800-587-2161. M O N E Y P R OV I D E R . C O M . $500 Loan and +. No Credit Refused. Fast, Easy, 100% Secure. 1-877-776-1660.

Castlegar Sat & Sun, June 8, 9, 15 & 16 2011 Robson access road & corner of Pass Creek Rd Collectable’s, perennials kids stuff & misc

True Coin Collector Looking to Purchase Collections, Accumulations, Olympic Gold and Silver coins, Bills + Not melting down, Serious Collector. Call: Coin Couple 1-250-499-0251

Castlegar Refurbished 2/3 Bedroom Apt, 1101 Columbia Ave, Sandpiper Motel Available Immediately $900/mth utilities included Phone to view 250-365-3333

Castegar DT 2 Bdrm House $900/mth + utilities Avail July 1st, 250-365-6075


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SELKIRK MANOR CEDAR MANOR 1 & 2 Bedroom Apt Call 250-304-3026 250-365-3034

WOODLAND PARK HOUSING CO-OP affordable clean 3 bedroom townhouse with basements centrally located and close to amenities, park like setting Applications forms at #1,1692 Silverwood Crescent Castlegar, 250-365-2677 leave msg

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Business/Office Service ARE YOU applying for or have you been denied Canada Pension Plan disability benefits? Do not proceed alone. Call Allison Schmidt 1877-793-3222

Handypersons Do you need painting gardening or yard work done For your free estimate Call Gary at 250-304-2348

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Boarding Sentinel Boarding Kennels Open for the Season. Best RATES in the Kootenay’s 250 359-7433

Livestock Pet friendly bunnies or meat rabbits $15 to $20 depending on size, Farm fresh chemical free eggs may pick up at Kootenay Liquidators 304-1711 or 365-4857

Pet Services Female Havanese Bichon with family intentions, seeks same or similar breed stud to accommodate goal, (9lbs) Call Serenity 250-365-8442 for a good time

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Antiques / Vintage 1947 Buick Sedan Super all original, good running condition $4800 OBO Call 250-365-5003

Auctions RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT Auction Burnaby - Saturday June 15th @ 11am - Used Equipment and Refrigeration from closures, buyouts & bailiff seizures. New Equipment Liquidation - direct from manufacturer, & dealer showrooms! Got to - or call 1-800-556-5945

Garage Sales ANTIQUE Furniture, piano, tires, solid oak living room set, misc household items, everything like new 875 China Creek Road Genelle.... Big Building in RV Storage area Saturday 8-1 June 8th Preview Furniture 9-3 week days Castlegar 513 - 7th Ave St Rita’s Hall, Fri, June 14 4-8,Sat June 15, 8-12 Castlegar Estate Sale, Sat June 15th, 8 - 2, 3112 - 4th Ave, 1959 Cadillac $15,000 OBO, Seniors Scooter, etc Castlegar North, June 14, 15 & 16, 9 am, 216 - 3rd Ave Lots of good stuff Genelle 328 - 12th Ave Sat June 15th, 9 - 2

MOVING SALE. Sat. June 15, 8am-noon. Multiple household items, large and small. 2818 Dumont Cres. Robson June 15th, 8 -12 trail-a-bike, kids ski play mobile, books & lots more 1087 Wanjoff Rd TARRY’S 2121 Loff Road Sat & Sun, June 15 & 16,8 - 6 Antiques, Wood Heater, Pool Table, quilting table, lacrosse equipment, tools, & lot of nice things

BAY AVENUE MUSIC 1364 Bay Ave, Trail 250-368-8878

Real Estate For Sale By Owner Christina Lake level entry 3 bed, 3 bath House: full daylight basement: .5 acre. Open concept, vaulted ceilings country kitchen with pantry Garage, extra parking, easy access. Extras, quality, move in ready. 250-365-5582

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 Delivery BC and AB

Misc. for Sale AT LAST! An iron filter that works. IronEater! Fully patented Canada/U.S.A. Removes iron, hardness, smell, manganese. Since 1957. Visit our 29 innovative inventions; 1-800BIG-IRON,

HOT TUB (SPA) COVERS. Best price. Best quality. All shapes & colours available. 1-866-652-6837 STEEL BUILDING - DIY Summer sale! - Bonus Days extra 5% off. 20X22 $3,998. 25X24 $4,620. 30X34 $6,656. 32X42 $8,488. 40X54 $13,385. One end wall included. Pioneer Steel 1-800-668-5422. STEEL BUILDINGS, Metal buildings 60% off! 20x28, 30x 40, 40x62, 45x90, 50x120, 60 x150, 80x100 sell for balance owed! Call 1-800-457-2206

Topsoil, Sand, Road Gravel Fill with delivery call for prices 250.359.7188 c:250.304.8158

Misc. Wanted Keyboard Player wanted to play older Country, Western & Folk Music to entertain people in Care Facilities in Castlegar Trail, Fruitvale and more. I have the Keyboards, I play guitar. Please join me. Contact Phil 250-365-8143 for more info


Above Kootenay Lake. 4km to Ashram, Marine, Golf Course, Riondel & beach. 2 3/4 acres & 2 storey unfinished (but furnished) “Small is Beautiful” cabin. Good benches for building, one with lake view. In Aug, 12 appraised at $170,000 but older, flexible vendor open to offers & might carry part of mortgage for suitable person or couple. For info & viewing please call:



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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.

Revenue Property NEWLY RENO’D 4-plex for sale in Castlegar. Gross income $3350./mo. Close to Millennium Park. Each unit has 2 bdrms and 1 bath; all are occupied. 4 parking stalls. Asking $415,000. Cap rate 8%. Call Wayne (403)714-2289

Rentals Apt/Condo for Rent Castlegar DT 1 Bdrm $650/mth utilities included N/S, N/P, Avail July 1st 2 Bdrm, $800/mth utilities included 250-608+3930

When you use the Castlegar News Classifieds to find a job, you will be going up, the corporate ladder, that is. In the Classifieds, you will find thousands of jobs and just maybe one of them will take you right up the corporate ladder of success.

Trail newly renovated Townhouse, 3 Bdrm 1.5 bath 5 appliances, N/S, N/P $950/mth + utilities Avail July 1st, 250-365-3401

Commercial/ Industrial Castlegar Light industrial Office/Warehouse for rent 1600 sq ft, nego Call 250-365-3059

Fireside Inn & Conference Centre

580 sq ft commercial retail space, looking for a tenant to complement the tourist & hospitality industry perfect for a gift shop, salon gallery or massage therapy Call 250-365-2128

Heavy Duty Machinery 2007 John Deere 325 Skid Steer, Forks, low hours $26,000 250-365-6268

South Castlegar 1 bdrm fully furnished with dishes includes internet, N/P, N/S W/D. Suitable for one person. Available July 1st, Call 250-304-9299 or 365-6730

COMPLETELY updated 2 bdrm, 1 bath. Great view on Daniel Street, Trail. New flooring and appliances, F, S, W/D, D and fireplace. Small pets okay. $850 + D.D. 250-551-1048.

FOR Lease July 1: Exceptional commercial space on Vernon Street,1600 sq ft, includes parking, services, 2 entrances including handicap friendly. 5 large windows overlook Vernon Street and Elephant Mountain. Excellent marketing perspectives to all traffic on the highway, highly visible from Vernon Street, enter from the lane between Vernon and Baker St. Call 250-551-6398,

Suites, Lower BLUEBERRY, 1 Bdrm Bsmt suite, Unfurnished, F/S New carpets, Non smoker N/P, $475/mth + utilities References please Call 250-365-7550





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June 15th 1446 Highland Drive, 7 - 12 firm, shop heater water pump, vacuum, misc shop, books, patio, golf, tires household & Christmas

Guitars, Amplifiers, Drums Keyboards, Band & String Instruments, Music books & Accessories, Music Lessons Sales & Rentals


Need CA$H Today?

3300 BLOCK SOUTHRIDGE DRIVE - 10 HOMES Saturday, June 15th 9:00 - 1:00

Castlegar 1 Bdrm House updated recently, N/P, N/S $850/mth + utilities Call 250-365-3144


DreamTeam Auto Financing “0” Down, Bankruptcy OK Cash Back ! 15 min Approvals

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Cars - Sports & Imports

1994 CORVETTE COUPE Great shape. 165,000 kms. $11,100 leave message at 250-421-1747

Suites, Upper


Castlegar bright 2 Bdrm top floor suite, 3 level family home Close to rec centre & shopping, transit, quiet responsible only need apply Lrg yard & shared covered patio/bbq. access to laundry N/S, N/P $800/mth incl heat a/c, cable & internet, Avail July 1st 250-365-3369

1988 furnished 32’ Travel Trailer with large roofed 12x30’ deck new fridge, extra fridge and freezer in shed permanently parked at Cedar Glen Campground (occupancies April to Oct) at Balfour Landing behind bakery $15,000, Pad fee is paid to April 1st, 2014, 365-4740


Trucks & Vans

ROBSON Mobile Home for rent, Refer & Criminal check required, Call 250-304-4862

BC HOUSING is accepting applications for family rental units in Castlegar. Tenants pay no more then 30% of their gross monthly income for rent. For information on eligibility & applications please call 250365-2667 or 1-800-834-7149 or check out our website at

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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all persons having claims against the Estate of RAY JOSEPH LEE, also known as RAY LEE, deceased, formerly of 104, 525 Columbia Avenue, Castlegar, British Columbia, V1N 1G8, who died on August 4, 2012, are hereby required to send particulars thereof to the undersigned Carol G. Kranz, Executor, on or before July 5, 2013, after which date the Estate’s assets will be distributed, having regard only to the claims that have been received. Carol G. Kranz, Executor 31-2210 Columbia Ave Castlegar, BC, V1N 2X1


Helen W. Elzinga, deceased formerly of 4380 Slocan River Road, RR#1, Group 16, Comp. 6, Winlaw, British Columbia V0G 2J0

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that creditors and others having claims against the estate of the above deceased are hereby required to send particulars thereof to the Executor named hereunder at 1115 3rd Street, Castlegar, British Columbia V1N 2A1, on or before July 26, 2013, after which date the Executor will distribute the said estate among the parties entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the Executor then has notice. Margie Kootnekoff, Executor c/o JACOB POLONICOFF POLONICOFF LAW FIRM 1115 3rd Street Castlegar; British Columbia V1N 2A1


Verna Hrajnoha, deceased formerly of 3305 4th Avenue, Castlegar, BC V1N 2T2

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that creditors and others having claims against the estate of the above deceased are hereby required to send particulars thereof to the Executor named hereunder at 1115 3rd Street, Castlegar, British Columbia V1N 2A1, on or before July 26, 2013, after which date the Executor will distribute the said estate among the parties entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the Executor then has notice. Carrol Leamy, Executor c/o JACOB POLONICOFF POLONICOFF LAW FIRM 1115 3rd Street Castlegar; British Columbia V1N 2A1

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June 13, 2013 edition of the Castlegar News

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