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Cranbrook’s Sam Steele Weekend was launched in style with Friday night’s Sam Steele Youth Ambassador Pageant at the Key City Theatre. Makenzie Yates (in left photo, on right) was named Sweetheart of Sam Steele for 2013/14, while Alicia Leasak was named Princess. The next day’s Sam Steele Parade was also an opportunity to bid farewell to our retiring ambassadors Princess Taylor Miller (right photo, on left) and Sweetheart Brianna Kennedy (right). See story, Page 3, and special photo feature, Page 12.
SOUNDS OF THE SEASON
New concert series coming this summer TO W N S M A N S TA F F
A new live music series SummerSounds 2013, hosted by the Canadian Museum of Rail Travel, will bring in live music on Saturday afternoons from June 22 to Aug. 17. Music performances will feature local bands and run from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. each day. DJ Royal Alex will spin the dance mixes from 3 to 5 p.m. “Originally we were thinking of hosting a couple of bands, but the community support was so overwhelming we found we could provide a series of events over the
whole summer,” says Jim Conley, museum director and series organizer. “The donations of time and funds from both non-profit and business sponsors have been just fantastic.” Conley, along with talent co-ordinator Brian Noer worked closely with the Cranbrook Farmer’s Market and the Downtown Business Association to co-ordinate events and create an ‘all-ages festival experience’ in downtown Cranbrook.
See SUMMERSOUNDS , Page 3
Sea can plan in the can Cranbrook City Council adopts shipping container bylaw A R N E P E T RYS H E N Townsman Staff
The zoning amendment bylaw that deals with shipping containers was adopted last Monday in council. The amendment allows the city to regulate the use of shipping containers within commercial, industrial and public utility zones in the city boundary. There were no comments on the issue during public input. Coun. Diana J. Scott said staff did a good job of meeting with concerned stakeholders to come to an agreement.
“I really think that it paid off, I think that everybody’s needs were met and everybody went away happy,” Scott said. “I think the evidence of that is that no one was here to speak against it.” There were businesses concerned with aspects of the amendment bylaw and how it would affect their businesses, but after meeting with city staff, their concerns seem to have been taken care of. The zoning bylaw differentiates between shipping containers used for shipping goods and those used for storage purposes.
Containers used for storage would be permitted the C-2 Highway Commercial Zone, the M-1, M-2 and M-3 Industrial Zones, and the P-3 - Public Utility Zone and sited In accordance with the applicable property line setbacks of the zone for an accessory building or structure. The bylaw limits a maximum of six shipping containers, or one shipping container per 400 metres/squared of site area for the first hectare of site area; whichever is less; and one shipping container per 1,000 metres/ squared of site area after that.
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Members of the Cranbrook Violin Club.
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The growing sport of roller derby was represented by memThe Cranbrook Bugle Band tradition- bers of the Cranbrook Mountain Town Maulers and the ally finishes off the Parade. Kimberley Bavarian Barbarians
It wasn’t the record-setting giant it was in 2012, but the St Eugene Golf Resort & Casino Parade of 2013 was still pretty impressive, drawing record crowds and offering a broad cross section of East Kootenay life and culture, as well as those of our friends and neighbours from around the region. We’ll try to get more images in in subsequent issues this week. This is just a small sampler. Photos by Barry Coulter
The City of Cranbrook float.
The City of Kimberley float.
Above, left to right: This year’s Sam Steele Days was a celebration of 4-H, which marked its 100th anniversary this year. Local 4-H clubs were well represented in the parade.
The famous Carlaw Clydes (lead pair pictured) are arguably the most impressive sight the parade has to offer.
The MBSS cheerleaders added to the colour and life.
For the 2nd year in a row, brave men of Cranbrook took part in ‘Walk a Mile in Her Shoes,’ a fundraiser for the Women’s Resource Centre.
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Sam Steele Sweetheart and Princess crowned ents with a quirky slideshow of her own pieces, as well as performing a speech on Gold Rush town Fisherville. Sponsored by Cristoforo Colombo Lodge, Chelsea Paul’s speech was titled “Scaredy Cat”, and she performed a passionate monologue, “If I Should Have A Daughter”. Danika Reid, sponsored by the Kin Club of Cranbrook, performed an acoustic song with guitar that she had written herself, called “Last Penny Spent”. Her speech was on being “Book Smart”. Alicia Leasak, sponsored by the Lions Club of Cranbrook, sang “Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend” - perhaps foreshadowing the tiara she will wear as Princess for the next 12 months – and spoke about “My Kyrptonite”. Makenze Yates, sponsored by Cranbrook Society for Com-
munity Living, performed a contemporary dance piece, “The Park”, and her speech was about “Misconceptions”. As well as being crowned Sweetheart, Makenzie won the talent portion, the public ballot and the Toastmasters award. Danika Reid was given the Community Awareness Award. There were a few scene-stealers during the pageant. First was little Dagen Duczek, who presented the candidates with flowers as they modelled their Sam Steele gowns, with a great big grin on his face. Next was Toastmasters’ Kathy Simon, who climbed a step ladder so she could finally pat MC Jason Wheeldon on the head. See The Townsman this week for more photos of the pageant and more exciting Sam Steele Days events.
Long Service Award presented to SD5 trustee tending the graduation ceremonies each year. “Attending the graduation festivities and being able to address the students; speaking to students personally and honouring their achievements is a real highlight for me.” Despite her nine year long service award Bellina has no intention of stepping down anytime soon. “I’ll continue to run for school trustee as it’s the most rewarding work I’ve ever been involved in. I like staying current with public education and being part of the process.”
SummerSound concerts series coming to a stage near you Continued from page 1
In addition to live music “SummerSounds 2013” will also offer a number of fun activities for the young and old, including a Limbo contest, Paper Plane Challenge, Water Balloon Toss and a Geocache search. Each week the Downtown Business Association will be offering a $50 gift certificate to the winner(s). The museum will also be providing free, guided tours of heritage sites in the downtown area. Conley hopes that “SummerSounds 2013” will become an annual event. “Free music in the park on Saturday afternoons is something we’d like to see in the years to come,” says Conley. “There’s a lot of talent in the Cranbrook music scene and we believe the community will keep coming downtown to see it.” An open-mic com-
petition is set for 6 p.m. at the Aug. 14 Farmer’s Market with cash prizes and studio time awarded to the winner. The festival will conclude on Aug. 24 with an all day celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Cranbrook & District Arts Council. The schedule: • June 22 - The Hoodies & The Little Jazz Orchestra • June 29 - Daze of Grace & Jim Conley • July 6 - 60 Hertz • July 13 - Good Ol Goats • July 17 - The Rosie Brown Band •July 20 - Redgirl • July 27 - Sheila and Van Redekopp • Aug 3 - The Heather Gemmell Band & Jamie Neve • Aug 10 - The Bison Brothers & Pine Slacks • Aug 17 - Dave Prinn & Friends
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Bev Bellina was presented with the Nine Year Service Recognition Award by School District 5 (SD5) Board chair, Frank Lento, at Tuesday’s Board meeting on June 11th. “Bev’s a team player,” says Lento. “She’s established great working relationships with her fellow Board members, staff and administration, with Parent Advisory Councils (PACs) and students. She’s a real asset to the Board and to her community”. Bellina is also involved in the larger BC Trustee community, both as SD5 Board representative for the BC School Trustee’s Association (BCSTA) and BC Public School Employer’s Association (BCPSEA) and as president of the local Kootenay Boundary Branch (KBB) of Trustees.
Bellina grew up in Toronto but has been a resident of Sparwood for over forty years. During this time Bellina was actively involved with a number of organizations including the Hospital Auxiliary and Board, Elk Valley South Country (EVSC) Health Council and the Chamber of Commerce. “I’ve been volunteering in my community since I first arrived in 1972, beginning with the Ways and Means Committee at the Rec Centre,” says Bellina, who was also a District of Sparwood Councillor for nine years prior to running for Trustee in 2004. “I enjoy great personal satisfaction doing the best job I can on whatever I’m tasked with,” says Bellina, adding that one of her favourite “tasks” is at-
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In a showcase of Cranbrook’s best and brightest youth, Princess of Sam Steele is Alicia Leasak. For their Grade 12 year, the two girls will take over as Cranbrook’s youth ambassadors from outgoing Sweetheart Brianna Kennedy and Princess Taylor Miller. The Key City Theatre was filled with oohs, aahs and laughter Friday night as the six Sweetheart candidates showed their unique talents and the skills they have learned in the months leading up to the pageant. Carly Trinder, sponsored by Cranbrook Rotary Club, sang “Dream A Little Dream” - and tap danced, too – then performed a speech called, “The Perks of Being Allergic”. Marissa Suetta, sponsored by Fraternal Order of Eagles, showcased her artistic tal-
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Council presented commemorative banners to these six individuals in recognition of their outstanding achievements Monday night prior to the regular meeting. Pictured left to right: Former Cranbrook City Councillor Liz Schatschneider, who as Councillor innitiated the banner project; Jamie Ballard, Louise Stropky, Debra Parker, Shirley Jowsey, Jonathan Robins, Ed King, Mayor Wayne Stetski.
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CONSTRUCTION OF NEW CSA B52 MECHANICAL REFRIGERATION MARYSVILLE ARENA – KIMBERLEY BC.
Sealed Tenders clearly marked “CONSTRUCTION OF NEW CSA B52 MECHANICAL REFRIGERATION BUILDING FOR MARYSVILLE ARENA – KIMBERLEY BC.” will be received by the City of Kimberley up to 2:00 p.m. local time, July 4, 2013 at the City of Kimberley City Hall, 340 Spokane Street, Kimberley, BC V1A 2E8 – Attention: Tom Sprado. The City of Kimberley invites tenders for the following work: The intent of this Tender call is to obtain an offer to perform work to complete the Construction of the New CSA B52 Mechanical Refrigeration Building located at the Marysville Arena, Kimberley BC for a Stipulated Price remuneration in accordance with the Contract Documents. A visit to the project site and surrounding properties is required before submitting a bid. Mandatory site visit will take place on Wednesday June 19, 2013 at 2:30pm Local Time. Contract Documents, for this project will be distributed electronically in digital format (PDF file) through the BC Bid tendering website at www.bcbid.gov.bc.ca. Contact information for the owner’s representative are as follows: City of Kimberley 340 Spokane Street, Kimberley, BC V1A 2E8 Telephone: (250) 427-9671 Attention: Tom Sprado
Gospel Music Association- Male Entertainer of the Year; • Debra Parker, Women’s Open Bench Press Powerlifting Record; • Jonathan Robins, Special Olympics Medalist - Skiing; • Louise Stropky, Governor General’s Caring Canadian Award. “This honour places these six people in some very elite company within the City, along with 23 other individuals and groups who have exceled in the areas of recreation, sport, arts and culture,” said Mayor Wayne Stetski. “The accomplishments of all these individuals bring continued positive distinction to both them-
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selves and to the City of Cranbrook on the national and international stage.” The banner program began in 2009, the brainchild of former City Councillor Liz Schatschneider, as a way to recognize individuals or groups from Cranbrook who excelled in areas of recreation, sport, arts and culture. In order to be considered to receive a banner, the individual or group must have won a national or international award and either grew up in or currently live in the city.
“For a city our size, we have an amazing number of talented and accomplished people who have been recognized nationally and int e r n a t i o n a l l y ,” Schatschneider said. “We had to make the cutoff at national awards because if we went to the Provincial awards level, the banners would line the highway to Vancouver.” Each of the new banners will be placed along the Highway 3 corridor alongside all 23 of the other commemorative banners over the next few weeks.
CEO of Royal BC Museum to visit Cranbrook Submit ted
On June 19 the Cranbrook Museum, Archives & Landmarks (CAMAL) Foundation will partner with the Ktunaxa Nation to welcome the Jack Lohman, CEO of the Royal BC Museum, to Cranbrook. The Royal BC Museum is one of Canada’s greatest cultural treasures comprising museum and archives, artifacts, documents and specimens of British Columbia’s natural and human history. The Museum’s mandate is to, through research and learning, strive to broaden understanding about our province and inspire curiosity, passion and wonder about our history. Professor Lohman will be in Cranbrook for one day only and will be making a public presen-
tation at 12 p.m at the Canadian Museum of Rail Travel. He will be tour the Museum in the morning and meet with the Ktunaxa Nation later in the afternoon. In addition to his position as Chief Executive of the Royal BC Museum, Lohman is Chairman of the National Museum in Warsaw, Poland and professor in museum design at the Bergen National Academy of the Arts, Norway. He was previously Director of the Museum of London and Chief Executive of Iziko Museums of Cape Town. He is also currently an adviser on museums to the State of Qatar and to Rwanda. He received a CBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours in 2012.
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The menace of Chronic Wasting Disease
Hunters reminded not to bring deer carcasses to B.C. from Alberta, to stop the spread of a disease related to mad cow disease S a l ly M ac D o n a l d Townsman Staff
The B.C. government is reminding hunters not to bring deer carcasses into B.C. from Alberta and Saskatchewan to help prevent the spread of Chronic Wasting Disease. The progressive, fatal nervous system disease affects ungulates such as deer, moose and elk. The disease can spread to a healthy animal if it comes into contact with an infected animal, infected tissue, or soil
contaminated by abnormal protein, which causes the disease. It is related to mad cow disease, caused by bovine spongiform encephalopathy. The World Health Organization doesn’t believe that Chronic Wasting Disease can be passed from deer to humans, but warns people not to eat meat from infected deer just as a precaution. Hunters are still permitted to bring back meat from elk, deer and moose from Alberta and Sask, but it should
Mother, daughter recovering after horrific collision Kirsten Hildebr and Nelson Star
After several critical days spent in a Calgary hospital, Pat Henman and Maia Vezina are making progress in their recovery following an horrific car accident near Skookumchuck. The mother and daughter from Nelson were travelling home from Calgary on Sunday, June 9, when another car crossed the centre line and struck the mother and daughter’s vehicle head on near Skookumchuck. On Friday, Pat’s oldest sibling Jim Henman, who lives in Nova Scotia,reported his sister turned a corner in her recovery with doctors listing her in stable condition – in fact “very stable,” he said. “That’s a miracle from where she was on Monday,” said Jim. “We are so overjoyed but she still has a difficult path ahead of her.” Pat suffered many broken bones and has many internal injuries requiring many surgeries, almost daily, said Jim. Along the way, she’s needed resuscitation numerous times and has been on life support. But Friday, he seemed hopeful enough in her recovery to delay a trip west to her bedside where she now only requires breathing tube
assistance. Maia also suffered many broken bones and had internal injuries but stabilized sooner than her mother. Maia will also have a long recovery ahead aided by her youth. Jim is thankful his sister and niece are in such good hands at the Foothills Hospital ICU. which is well-known across Canada for its quality trauma unit. As investigation into the crash continues, Kimberley RCMP is seeking witnesses to the event taking place on June 9. At about 5:30 p.m. near Skookumchuck, a northbound grey 2002 Ford Escape with an Alberta licence plate crossed the centre line and struck the red Toyota Corolla head on. Pat and Maia were returning from Calgary at the time along Highway 93/95. Police suspect alcohol was a factor in the accident and would like to hear from anyone who may have observed driving behaviour of those involved. RCMP also wishes to speak with anyone in contact with the drivers of either vehicle in the hours preceding the crash. Anyone with information can contact the Kimberley detachment at 250-427-4811.
be processed before it is brought into B.C. The hide, antler and part of the skull can be brought in, as long as all the tissue has been removed. For detailed information on the requirements for processing out-of-province deer
moose and elk, visit http://www.env. gov.bc.ca/wld/documents/wldhealth/ C WD_program_update_spring2013.pdf. Signs have been put up on Highway 3 near Sparwood warning hunters not to bring in-
Museum CEO to visit Cranbrook Continued from page 4
CAMAL Chair Jeanette Sissons is thrilled to have someone of Professor Lohman’s stature come to Cranbrook to observe our local archives, artifacts and collections, as well as our more well-known mandate on national railway history developed over the past 38 years. “It’s a great opportunity for our community to hear from the head of the premier Museum in
our province about the essential role local museums play in preserving our local history and heritage, and to showcase our own nationally recognized museum,” Sissons said. “It’s also very important to us that we honour and share different historical experiences and to encourage further heritage partnerships with the Ktunaxa Nation.”
tact deer carcasses into the province. Chronic Wasting Disease was first identified in Canada in 1996, and continues to spread across Alberta and Sas-
katchewan. In 2010 regulations were passed to restrict the transport of ungulates from those provinces into B.C. So far, no animals in B.C. have been found to be
infected. For more information on Chronic Wasting Disease visit http:// www.env.gov.bc.ca/ wld/wldhealth/cwd. html.
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE Public Notice is hereby given that the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of Cranbrook proposes to adopt “City of Cranbrook Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 3771, 2013”. The proposed amendment of the Zoning Bylaw will add “Amusement Park” as a permitted use to the M-2 - Light Industrial Zone, specific to the referenced property only. The purpose of the proposed Zoning Amendment is to enable the development of a family fun park on a portion of the property, which may include a go-cart track, bumper boat pool, mini-golf, and 3D simulators, as well as additional portable amusement rides and attractions. The subject property is legally described as Lot 1, District Lots 28 and 2871, Kootenay District, Plan 8133, Except Plan NEP 68546, and is located on Industrial Road “2” as indicated on the reference map below.
NOTICE OF DISPOSITION AND GRANT OF ASSISTANCE Pursuant to the authority of Section 24 of the Community Charter, the City of Cranbrook intends to provide assistance to Habitat for Humanity by way of donation of a piece of City-owned land to enable construction of affordable residential housing for less than market value for lands located at 217 Crestbrook Avenue and legally described as Lot 6, District Lot 29, Kootenay District, Plan 868 (the “Lands”). The subject lands will be returned to the City with no compensation to the Habitat for Humanity Canada in the event the property is not used for the purpose intended within a period of two (2) years. Pursuant to the authority of Section 26 of the Community Charter, notice is hereby given that the City of Cranbrook proposed to dispose of the following land to Habitat for Humanity: Lot 6, District Lot 29, Kootenay District, Plan 868 The proposition is a sale of the fee simple interest in the Land. The consideration to be received by the City of Cranbrook is $1. Any enquiries concerning this proposed disposition may be directed to the Director of Corporate Services at (250) 489-0205.
“City of Cranbrook Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 3771, 2013” may be inspected between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding holidays, up until June 24, 2013, as posted on the bulletin board in the foyer at City Hall, or in the office of the Municipal Clerk. The Public Hearing will commence in the Council Chamber of City Hall, 40 - 10 Avenue South at 6:00 p.m. on the 24th day of June, 2013. All persons who believe that their interest in property is affected by the proposed Bylaw Amendment may submit written presentations to the City of Cranbrook prior to the date of the Hearing and they may also submit written and/or verbal presentations at the Hearing, thereby allowing all persons an opportunity to be heard on this matter. SUBMISSIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AFTER THE PUBLIC HEARING. Municipal Clerk
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LETTERS to the EDITOR
What is it that possesses people to steal and destroy property that does not belong to them? Is it that they can’t afford to purchase their own? Does it feel good to vandalize, what morals and values have you learned? What would your family think of you, do they even know that you were out and about being destructive? I am so confused, spring and summer, one of the most beautiful times of the year! Everyone is out and about enjoying nature, planting their gardens and adding a touch of color by planting flowers — I think most of us grow up developing a love for the beauty we can create in our yards and our community. This morning I arrived at work to find that someone felt they wanted to plant their flower garden in the dark, thus they could not purchase from the local greenhouses as they are not open in the evening so they decided to raid our flower beds at our Center and administration office — Shame on you! You know who you are; I hope you can sleep at night! You may perhaps be a teen without a care in the world, but, remember one day you too will be responsible for your keep, your home and yes even your worksite, remember what you did last night and how great you felt when you wake up one morning to see your home or your yard or your car or your worksite vandalized — I guarantee you will not feel great, you will feel anger, frustration and even confusion — how can people believe it is recreation and fun to destroy and take from others.
I know that writing this letter will not change anything but I do hope that the perpetrator reads and reflects; I hope that parents will talk to their children about respecting the property of others. It is very reassuring to know that it is a very small percentage of people who believe they can do whatever whenever they feel like it with no concern for consequence. The majority of young people in our community have a strong sense of responsibility and commitment to their families, friends and community. Melanie Fiorentino Cranbrook
Unsung kindness and hospitality of strangers As I glance over at my CNN widget, there are seven articles trending right now. “The Santa Monica shooting”, “NSA leak”, “Building collapse”, “Confession: 30 killings”, “Murdoch divorce”, “Worst charities”, and “Happy Birthday”. One can only assume what that last one is about — I won’t leave you hanging, it’s about who owns the rights to the song — but as for the rest, these are obviously not happy articles. These are about some really terrible things going on in the world and I would bet that if you checked 90 per cent of most news sites most of their “trending” articles wouldn’t be much more jovial. But really, we’ve come almost come to expect it. I cannot remember the last time I turned on the news and the leading story
wasn’t a shooting, or a hit and run, or a burglary. So I hope you’ll forgive this turn from form as I tell you about a kindness I received. It was hectic day at work and despite it being 10:30 p.m. on Friday, I was still wired and mighty hungry. I stopped at the Superstore and picked up a few things to eat. I struck up conversation with fellow shoppers in the lineup as I am prone to do while I patiently waited for my turn. The cashier totaled my purchase up and I inserted my trusty bank card, which turned out not to be so trusty as my transaction was declined. “There must be something wrong with my paycheque” I blurted out – as I would find out later, it was an error with the bank — and quickly withdrew from the line. Now, here’s the part I would like to note; not one person, but two people stopped me in the parking lot to offer to pay for my groceries. I had never met these people before today, and one of the people was buying groceries for his very young family. And without pause the both offered to give me money to buy my food. There aren’t many articles like this any more. This is far from par, which is why I wanted to write it. Which is why it’s important to remember, good people still walk the Earth.
“Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers, for by doing that some have entertained angels without knowing it.” Hebrews 13:2
Justin Ball Cranbrook
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Stay alert in school zones: School still in session The Cranbrook and Kimberley RCMP would like to remind the communities that school is still in session until June 27, 2013. Motorists are encouraged to continue to be cautious and watch for young pedestrians and cyclists. School zones are in effect 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. when school is in session. The City of Cranbrook now has three new School Zone areas. The new School Zone areas are located at: • Baker Senior Secondary School – Baker Street • Parkland Middle School – 11th Street South • Laurie Middle School – 2nd Street South Submitted by the RCMP
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UPCOMING The East Kootenay Railway Pensioners Association will be having a Social Luncheon at 12:30 pm, Tuesday June 18th, 2013 at the Bavarian Chalet (Day’s Inn) 600 Cranbrook St.N,Cranbrook BC. All Railway Retiree’s and Spouses are welcome. RSVP by June 14th, 2013. Info: Contact Secretary Frances Allen at 250-426-2720 or Bill Belding at 250- 426-5006 2013 FREE FAMILY SWIM Wednesday, June 19th, 6:00-7:00 PM is sponsored by Kimberley Medical Clinic. Children 18 years & under must be accompanied by an adult. The Royal Stewart Highland Dancers celebrate “Dance in the Park” on Wednesday, June 19 at 7:00 pm at Spirit Square in Rotary Park. Everyone welcome! Please bring your lawn chairs and help us celebrate another wonderful year of dance in Cranbrook. Admission is free! Contact Jane at 250-427-8757 or firstname.lastname@example.org Businesses have until June 20th to purchase and register their Urban Artsy Deer for the Cranbrook Summer Artsy Deer Quest. Everyone else has until Aug. 24th to purchase and decorate their deer for the Great Cranbrook Artsy Deer Round Up and Competition to be held at Art in the Park in Rotary Park. Deer and details available at CDAC Gallery, 135-10th Ave. S., Cranbrook. Acrylic Workshop with Linda Bullock, June 22nd 10-2pm. Playday with acrylic gels, mediums and pastes. Held in the CDAC workshop, register today. Contact Helen: 250-426-4223 Lorraine Butler’s Music Studio will be having the year-end Recital at the Knox Church at 7pm. On June 23rd, 2013, Reception following. Everyone Welcome. Cranbrook Community Theatre is hosting a free forum about directing plays on Monday, June 24th at 7:00 p.m. at the Stage Door Theatre. Five local directors will share their experiences. Courtesy Deanne Perreault
Mariah Whitlock was commissioned to create visual artwork for the Hub, the teen section of the Cranbrook Public Library. This was made possible by a grant from the Columbia Basin Trust through the Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance received by the Friends of the Cranbrook Public Library. Picture above at the unveiling of the painting are Mariah (left) and Ursula Boy (right), President of the Friends
Visitor info booth at Elizabeth Lake close until June 18 The Visitor Information Centre lot, at the Elizabeth Lake entrance to the City of Cranbrook along Highway 3 will be closed to the public on Monday, June 17, 2013, the City of Cranbrook has advised. The closure is due to work being done as part of the on-going revitalization project. As such the site will be closed to the public for the day. The site will reopen as normal on Tuesday June 18, 2013. The City of Cranbrook apologizes for any inconvenience.
Correction In Thursday’s story concerning with MBSS Robotics team winning the Bronze medal at nationals, the order of the other medal winners was inadvertently reversed. Ontario actually got the Silver medal, Saskatchewan won the Gold. We apologize for the mix-up
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Top Crop Garden, Farm & Pet was pretty in pink for ‘Pink Day’ Saturday, June 8, as they were raising awareness and funds for women fighting cancer. Owner Shannon Fisher (left) was able to present a cheque for $1,127.98 to Lynnette Wray, Support Programs Coordinator with the Canadian Cancer Society, BC and Yukon Division. The money was raised through a ‘Pink Day’ raffle, the sale of special ‘Power of Pink’ planters and other plant specials. The funds will go directly to the Cancer Society’s Financial Support Program which gives assistance to people in financial need for transportation and accommodation when traveling to and from cancer treatment. A big ‘Thank You’ to the community for supporting the cause and making ‘Pink Day’ such a special day. Letters to the Editor
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Celebrating Sam Steele with sports While Sam Steele Days is a celebration of the pioneer lawman who rolled into the region with the Northwest Mounted Police over a century ago, it wouldnâ€™t be what it is without the various sporting endeavours that have grown over the years. Legendary events like the Sam Steele Ball Tournament have put Cranbrook on the map as being one of the premier ball tournaments in the southern Interior, while others, such as the Strongman Competition, has steadily grown into one of the biggest spectator hotspots since its inception 10 years ago. Kinsmen Quad ball park was the main hub of
ball activity, as teams in competitive, fun, and rec divisions hit the field for three days of round-the-clock baseball. While baseball action was also going on the diamonds at Moir Park, soccer took over the fields as over 50 teams in varying boys and girls age divisions from around the region hit the pitch. The Balls of Steele bocce tournament was a big success this year with over 40 teams registered while debuting in a new location at Baker Park. Keep an eye on the Daily Townsman this week for results in all the weekend sports action. All photos taken by Trevor Crawley.
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Ginobili puts Spurs on the brink of NBA title Jon Kr awcz ynski Associated Press
SAN ANTONIO Manu Ginobili had 24 points and 10 assists in a surprise start to spark the San Antonio Spurs to a 114-104 victory over the Miami Heat in Game 5 of the NBA Finals on Sunday night, pushing the Spurs one victory away from their fifth championship. Danny Green scored 24 points and broke
Ray Allen’s finals record for 3s in a series with 25. Tony Parker had 26 points for San Antonio. LeBron James scored 25 points on 8-for-22 shooting for the Heat and Dwyane Wade had 25 points and 10 assists. But the Heat missed 21 of their first 29 shots to fall behind by 17 points in the second quarter of another uninspired per-
formance. Game 6 of the bestof-seven series is Tuesday night in Miami. Whirling through the defence like the Manu of old, Ginobili shrugged off a post-season full of disappointment to deliver a performance that the Spurs have never needed more desperately. He hit 8 of 14 shots and had his highest points total since June 4, 2012.
Blue Jays beat Rangers 7-2 to finish 4-game sweep Associated Press
ARLINGTON, Texas - Toronto manager John Gibbons knew ChienMing Wang could help the beaten up Blue Jays pitching staff. He just didn’t think it would happen this soon. Wang won for the first time in more than a year, Colby Rasmus homered for a third straight game, and the Blue Jays completed a four-game sweep by
beating the Texas Rangers 7-2 on Sunday for their fifth straight victory. The 33-year-old Wang twice won 19 games for the New York Yankees before injuries derailed his career. He hurt his right foot in 2008 and injured his right shoulder in 2009. In his second start with the Blue Jays, Wang (1-0) allowed seven hits in seven shutout in-
nings to win for the first time since last June 12 with Washington. Toronto signed Wang last Tuesday to bolster a rotation with three starters on the disabled list. Wang was 4-4 with a 2.33 ERA in nine starts this year for the Yankees’ Triple-A team at Scranton-Wilkes-Barre. New York released him last week at his request, and Wang signed with the Blue Jays.
NHL hands out awards C anadian Press
Hart Trophy (Most Valuable Player) Alex Ovechkin Washington Capitals Frank Calder Trophy (Rookie of the Year) Jonathan Huberdeau Florida Panthers James Norris Trophy (Defenceman of the Year) P.K. Subban Montreal Canadiens Georges Vezina Trophy (Goaltender of the Year) Sergei Bobrovsky Columbus Blue Jackets Art Ross Trophy (NHL Scoring Champion) Martin St. Louis Tampa Bay Lightning Maurice Richard Trophy (NHL Goal-Scoring Champion) Alex Ovechkin Washington Capitals Frank Selke Trophy (Defensive Forward of the Year) Jonathan Toews Chicago Blackhawks Lady Byng Trophy (Sportsmanlike Player of the Year) Martin St. Louis Tampa Bay Lightning
William M. Jennings Trophy (Goaltender(s) Allowing Fewest Goals during Regular Season) Corey Crawford Ray Emery Chicago Blackhawks Jack Adams Award (Coach of the Year) Paul MacLean Ottawa Senators Bill Masterton Trophy (Perseverance, Sportsmanship and Dedication) Josh Harding, Minnesota Wild Ted Lindsay Award (Most Outstanding Player as Voted by his Peers) Sidney Crosby Pittsburgh Penguins Mark Messier Award (Leadership Qualities to his Team, On and Off the Ice) Daniel Alfredsson Ottawa Senators King Clancy Memorial Trophy (Noteworthy Humanitarian Contribution to his Community) Patrice Bergeron, Boston Bruins NHL Foundation Award (Outstanding Charitable and Community Work) Henrik Zetterberg, Detroit Red Wings General Manager of the Year Ray Shero, Pittsburgh Penguins
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Justin Rose wins U.S. Open Doug Ferguson Associated Press
ARDMORE, Pa. - A steady hand gave Justin Rose the shiny U.S. Open Trophy. A wild ride gave Phil Mickelson yet another silver medal. Rose captured his first major championship on Sunday with remarkable calm and three pure shots on the punishing closing holes at Merion. A par on the 18th hole gave him an even-par 70, and that was good enough to become the first Englishman in 43 years to win America’s national championship. Rose hit 5-iron to the first cut of rough, pinhigh on the 17th for an easy par. He smashed the most important tee shot of his career down the middle on the final hole, about 10 yards short of the famous Ben Hogan plaque. And his
approach rolled near the pin and settled against the collar of the green. “When I came over the hill and saw my ball laying in the fairway, I thought, ‘This is my moment.’ It was me hitting from the middle of the fairway,” Rose said. As usual, someone’s big moment in the U.S. Open came at Mickelson’s expense. Rose was in the scoring area a half-mile from the grandstands behind the 18th green where the fans began to chant, “Let’s go Phil!” as Mickelson paced off a lastditch effort to force a playoff. It was a long shot - the 18th hole didn’t yield a single birdie all weekend. From about 40 yards away, Mickelson’s chip for birdie raced by the cup, securing Rose’s victory.
Mickelson, already in the U.S. Open record book with five second-place finishes, added another that will hurt as much any of them. Sunday was his 43rd birthday. It was the first time he was equipped with the outright lead going into the last day. His week began with a cross-country trip home to San Diego to watch his oldest daughter graduate from the eighth grade, returning just three hours before his tee time on Thursday. This was the same daughter born the day after his first runner-up finish in 1999. All the stars were aligned. None of the putts fell in. What hurt Mickelson even more was a wedge from about 121 yards on the 15th hole. It should have given him a good
look at birdie, but it came up so short that Mickelson’s best chance was to use one of his five wedges to chip from the front of the green. He hit that one too far, 25 feet by the hole, and the bogey wound up costing him a chance at the major he covets. Mickelson wound up with a bogey on the 18th for a 74 and tied for second with Jason Day, who closed with a 71. “Heartbreak,” Mickelson said. “This is tough to swallow after coming so close. This was my best chance of all of them. I had a golf course I really liked. I felt this was as good an opportunity as you could ask for. It really hurts.” David Hearn (71) of Brantford, Ont., finished in a tie for 21st at 11 over, while Mike Weir (69) of Brights Grove, Ont., tied for 28th at 12 over.
Bruins knot series with another OT finish Stephen Whyno Associated Press
CHICAGO - The Chicago Blackhawks were firing from the start of Game 2 of the Stanley Cup final. It was almost like the Boston Bruins forgot to set their alarm. “I just don’t think we were ready,” Bruins forward Tyler Seguin said. “We were just making mental mistakes and maybe thought the game was at a different time.” By the time the Bruins decided to show up, it wasn’t too late to salvage something out of Saturday night. Taking advantage of their breaks, they overcame a horrendous start and beat the Blackhawks 2-1 in overtime on Daniel Paille’s
goal that tied the series at a game apiece. “If somebody would watch the first period, they would’ve said, ‘Oh, give them the Cup right now,”’ Bruins right-winger Jaromir Jagr said. “If somebody watched the overtime, they’d say, ‘Oh, it’s gonna be a long series.”’ It very well could be a long series, in games and minutes. These two teams went into overtime for the second straight game to start the final, and while this one was not a triple-overtime marathon, the extra time made it another classic. Based on Boston’s start, it could have been a dud dominated by Chicago. The Blackhawks carried
the play in the first period, requiring Boston goaltender Tuukka Rask to add another chapter to his case for the Conn Smythe Trophy. When Patrick Sharp scored 11:22 in, it was evidence of the Blackhawks thoroughly out-classing the Bruins. Were it not for the officials disallowing a goal by Marian Hossa 90 seconds later, Chicago would have been rolling and United Center would have been deafening. Outshot 19-4 in the first period, the Bruins shifted into what Rask called “survival mode.” “It looked like they had more guys out there than we did,” he said. “They were pouncing on every single puck in front of net.”
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Annie’s Mailbox by Kathy Mitchell and Marcy Sugar Dear Annie: I have been married to the love of my life for several years. Our children are all grown and out of the nest. I recently learned that over the past few months my husband has had numerous telephone conversations with a female acquaintance. I know this woman, too, although not very well. I travel for work several times a month, and that’s when most of these conversations took place. My husband says they are “just friends,” that she’s young and looks to him for advice. Annie, she’s younger than I am, but not so young that she still needs advice from someone old enough to be her father. Do you think this could be a case of “where there’s smoke there’s fire”? What should I do? -- Country Gal Dear Gal: There may not be fire, but only because you stomped it out. Your husband is not being forthcoming when he says they are “just friends.” The fact that most of these calls took place when you were out of town indicates he was hiding them, which means he is not so innocent in his intentions. Nothing may have happened, but he didn’t discourage her attentions or make their contact transparent to you. Tell him the “friendship” is over, or it’s time to see a marriage counselor. Or an attorney. Dear Annie: In raising our children, we always stressed proper etiquette and thought they knew how to behave. However, we recently had lunch with one of our adult sons in a restaurant. He continued to talk with food in his mouth, placing his other hand about two inches away from his face. After witnessing this a couple of times, I asked him to please not do that as it is not only rude, but, between the food and his hand, we couldn’t understand a word he was saying. He replied that it is rude if one doesn’t place their hand in front of their mouth while chewing. What happened to the rule “never talk with your mouth full”? -- Dismayed Parents Dear Parents: We are going to assume your son witnessed someone doing this and decided it was appropriate. It is not. One should chew with one’s mouth closed. One should swallow food before opening one’s mouth to speak. If you can do both of those things, there is no reason to put your hand over your mouth and prevent people from seeing your lips and hearing your voice clearly. You have our permission to send this to your misinformed child. Dear Annie: Please pass this along to “Trying To Be a Stepdad,” whose wife doesn’t back him up when he refuses to buy the kids expensive things. My ex-wife was exactly the same. Anytime I would try to teach our two sons that you can’t have everything you ask for, I would be disregarded. I served in the Navy, and the kids knew if I said “no,” the next time my ship went out to sea, their mother would get them whatever they wanted. The kids never had to work, save or wait for anything. Two years after I retired, my wife left me for half of my pension, and I inherited $50,000 in credit card debt. I am still paying it off eight years later. I tried to be a good provider, but my ex could spend it quicker than I could reload the ATM. My oldest son and I don’t communicate because I don’t bail him out every time he needs money. My younger son and I have a good relationship because he now understands why I am this way. If “Trying” and his wife can’t stand united, especially on big-ticket items, he will be the one picking up the tab for a long time. -- Been There, Retired Annie’s Mailbox is written by Kathy Mitchell and Marcy Sugar, longtime editors of the Ann Landers column. Please email your questions to email@example.com, or write to: Annie’s Mailbox, c/o Creators Syndicate, 737 3rd Street, Hermosa Beach, CA 90254. To find out more about Annie’s Mailbox and read features by other Creators Syndicate writers and cartoonists, visit the Creators Syndicate Web page at www.creators.com. COPYRIGHT 2013 CREATORS.COM
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To apply, send a copy of your resume, along with writing samples, cover letter and references to
For more information call Denis at 250-919-8834.
A journalism degree or diploma, plus a minimum of 3-5 yearsâ€™ newsroom experience is required. Mac OS X platform experience, Photoshop skills, proficiency with InDesign and previous editing experience is essential, as is a reliable vehicle and full driverâ€™s licence.
Rose-Marie Regitnig, Publisher The Columbia Valley Pioneer Box 868, 8 â€“ 1008, 8th Avenue, Invermere, B.C. V0A 1K0
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Apt/Condo for Rent
Cars - Domestic
1100 SQ. FT. condo in Kimberley available April 1/13. Steps to ski hill and Trickle Creek Golf Course. 2bdrm, 2 bath. Granite, stainless steel appliances, slate flooring, hot tub, fireplace. Main floor unit with green space off deck. No smokers. $1000./mo. Call 780-718-9083 or 780-218-7617. 1 BEDROOM apartment, downtown Cranbrook, across from Rotary Park. Bright and roomy, on the 2nd floor. 55+, no pets. Heat and hot water included. $850./mo. Please call 250-426-6913.
2011 Ford Focus SEL
2BDRM, 1 1/2 BATH apartment for rent, in Canal Flats. Great view, parking, F/S, D/W, microwave. $700 + utilities & D.D. Available immediately. Call (250)3495306 or (250)489-8389.
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available in Victoria Villas. Rent includes w/d and water. Starting at $775./mo plus electric. D/D starting at $387.50 N/P, N/S. 1 year lease. To view call 778-517-4517 3BDRM UNIT for rent, unfinished basement, partial new flooring, F/S, parking and front yard. No smoking-no pets. 1 year lease, $950./mo + utilities. 1308A 11th St S. Call 250-421-2590 MT.VIEW APT. 112 - 17th Ave S., Cranbrook. 1 bdrm, senior oriented, modern, 4 appliances, clean, quiet, laundry, heat included. Available July 1st. Call 250-423-6818 after six.
8,000 km, sangria red metallic, black leather, heated seats, sun roof, 2.0L engine, automatic 4 speed.
Phone 250-426-8846 (Curly)
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Recreation WATERFRONT LOG chalets: Spring/Fall special. ~5 nights, $700. Sleeps up to 8 persons. 250-223-8181 www.kootenaylakelodge.com WATERFRONT RV sites on Kootenay Lake, for lease. Please phone us for info. 250-223-8181
Absolutely showroom condition, one owner, comes complete with fresh oil change, windshield, hard mounted saddle bags, low rise back rest and luggage rack. Low seat height. All manuals and tool kit. This is a must see bike ready to take you anywhere. Asking $6,500 Phone 250-417-1079
1994 GMC 3/4 ton. Excellent wood truck with canopy. New brakes front and rear including wheel cylinders and brake cables. Good on gas/oil. Call Mel Adams: 250-426-4998 Asking
NDP’s Dix remakes shadow cabinet to hold Clark’s Liberals to account VICTORIA — Former New Democrat leadership candidate Mike Farnworth is leading the charge when it comes to dissecting the Liberal government’s budget in a revamped shadow cabinet announced Friday by NDP Leader Adrian
Dix. Dix appointed Farnworth, known as one of the NDP’s most able debaters and agitators, as the new Opposition finance critic. Farnworth takes over from Surrey New Democrat Bruce Ralston, who takes on international trade, immigration, multiculturalism and
public accounts. Dix said his new shadow cabinet includes veteran New Democrats and newcomers who will hold Premier Christy Clark and her Liberal government to account for their election promises and record. He said Clark’s government was elected on the
Recreational/Sale 38’ ITASCA Sunrise, V10, gas,52000 km, gas/elec heat, big kitchen, living room, dbledoor fridge/freezer, pantry, new awning, satellite dish,a real home away from home. View at Fort Steele RV. Ph: 403-605-1335
Trucks & Vans
Several youngsters were winners of the Cranbrook Daily Townsman and Kimberley Daily Bulletin’s Strawberry Shortcake colouring contest for the exciting “Follow Your Berry Own Beat.” Above, left: Triplets Morgan, Charlie and Quinn Morrison were the Townsman winners, while Kendra DeBruyne (right photo, on right) was Bulletin winner, and got to see the show along with little sister Julia. Our talented contestants also won a Strawberry Shortcake book and DVD. Congratulations all!
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Cottages / Cabins SMALLER RECREATIONAL cabin on Kootenay Lake, for rent. $4000./yr includes utilities. Access to water via private beach. Available Apr. 1 to Oct 31 every year. Please call: 250-223-8181 for more information.
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2003 “ULTIMATE FREEDOM” WINNEBAGO
3 slides, 400 HP Cummins Diesel, Allison transmission, Corian counters, leather seats, new tires, CB, auto seek sat. dish, diesel heat/hot water, AC/heat pump, 50 amp generator, Eurostyle warmer dryer, CD, wood cabinets throughout, air brakes, heated storage, electric awning, microwave/convection oven, gas counter-top range, 2 door fridge, exhaust brake, cruise control, full of extras, very clean, 65,000± miles. This is a high end unit with nothing spared
$99,000 WILL TAKE TRADES Call 250-426-6913
HELP WANTED Position: Kimberley Visitors Centre – Guest Services & Administration *due to grant parameters, position only open to full time students*
Work Term: Start date: July 2, 2013. End date: September 2, 2013. Hours: 24 – 30 hours per week, weekends, evenings. Location(s): Kimberley Visitors Centre. Some regional travel may be required. Wage: $13.00 per hour Job Description: In addition to being a front desk representative at the Kimberley Visitors Centre, the successful candidate will accomplish a diversity of administrative tasks and organize and perform visitor surveys. Job Roles & Responsibilities: • Promote Kimberley as a visitor destination by providing tourism information. • Maintain a clean facility including inside displays, on site restrooms, and entrance areas. • Gather visitor information via surveys and other mediums. • Support and promote the various festivals and events hosted in Kimberley. • Inform potential investors of investment opportunities (Invest Kootenay programs) and refer investment inquires to appropriate organization (Economic Development Office, Chamber of Commerce). Job Requirements & Qualifications: • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written. • Strong knowledge of Kimberley’s tourism activities. • Experience with administrative responsibilities. • Works well on own with limited supervision and can handle fast paced environment • Organized and self motivated. • High level of knowledge working with Microsoft Office programs. • High level of knowledge navigating the internet. • Appreciation for Kimberley’s outdoor and mountain living. Resumés: Email; email@example.com In person; kimberley visitor’s centre, 270 Kimberley Avenue, Kimberley Closing date; June 24th, 2013, 5:00 p.m.
claims of a balanced budget, reduced debt, increased core services and increased jobs and the NDP plans to make sure they live up to those claims. Clark introduced her new 19-member cabinet last week. The legislature has been recalled for June 26 to allow the Liberals to introduce, debate and pass their budget, which was introduced last February but was not passed before the May 14 election. Dix said Farnworth and the other shadow cabinet members will fully examine the budget, which the NDP labelled an $800 million deficit during the campaign, while the Liberals said it was a surplus of $197 million. “Mike is going to do that job superbly,’’ said Dix. “He’s going to make the strong case around the budget, around the weaknesses in that budget. It’s based on the selling of assets. It’s based on both spending and revenue projections that we dispute.’’ Dix also appointed former NDP education critic Rob Austin as the Opposition’s critic for the newly created natural gas ministry. Austin, who represents northwest B.C.’s Skeena riding, will keep watch over the Liberal government’s development plans for the natural gas and liquefied natural gas industries. He also will take on Liberal Rich Coleman, who is heading the natural
gas portfolio. “He’ll watch to ensure the commitments made are followed through on in terms of the success of the jobs, and secondly, that benefits flow to the region, and to the north,’’ Dix said. “Those are two key priorities that he’ll have and we’ll have.’’ Other shadow cabinet appointments include: • Newly-elected New Westminster New Democrat Judy Darcy, the former Hospital Employees’ Union president, taking on the health critic’s post • David Eby, who defeated Clark in Vancouver-Point Grey, becomes the advanced education critic • Burnaby New Democrat Jane Shin, who was the focus of campaign scrutiny about her medical resume, takes on the post of deputy critic for small business, tourism, arts and culture. Veteran Vancouver New Democrat Shane Simpson leaves his posts as caucus chairman and housing and social development critic to become the Opposition critic of the government’s core review of government programs and spending. Simpson also takes on critic duties for gaming, liquor modernization, BC Pavilion Corporation, and legislative accountability. Veteran Victoria-area New Democrat John Horgan remains as Opposition house leader and energy critic.
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June 17, 2013 edition of the Cranbrook Daily Townsman