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▼ PROPERTY TAXES RELIEF

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School building update The Central Okanagan School District is still waiting to hear whether it will be allowed to buy Aspen Grove golf course and use it for sports fields for a new middle school ...............................

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Lake Country Council goes halfway on Legion’s request for help KEVIN PARNELL With the Oyama Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion in danger of closing down permanently, the District of Lake Country has given the non-profit group partial savings on the property taxes it pays. But at least one Lake Country councillor was hoping the district would go further. Located in the Oyama Community Centre, the Legion pays property taxes that are levied because it operates a lounge, where members who fought in various wars including the Second World War, the Korean War and now the Afghanistan War can enjoy an alcoholic beverage. But with membership dwindling and the group in debt to the Oyama Community Hall, the Legion applied to the district for tax exempt status. “The only way we can pay our expenses and these taxes is

through monies generate by our bar,” said Rob Nairne, secretary for the Oyama Legion, Branch 189. “That, unfortunately, has declined significantly due to very stringent drinking and driving laws that have cost us business and membership.” After making a presentation to council and asking for tax exempt status, already given to several other non-profits in Lake Country, councillors weren’t convinced the Legion needed a full exemption and instead voted for the 50 per cent exemption. “I guess I can’t talk the other councillors into going for the full savings,” asked Coun. Rob Geier, who received no support for his offer before council voted unanimously on the 50 per cent savings. Coun. Lisa Cameron put forward the motion and said she didn’t think there would be enough support to ask for a full tax exemption. “Fifty per cent was a

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OYAMA Legion member Rob Nairne says times are tough at the Legion, but a 50 per cent savings on property taxes will help.

compromise,” said Cameron in a follow-up interview. “I really wanted to help them out but we have to be careful of those exemptions because a lot of groups are looking for them.” After the meeting Nairne said anything will help, adding most of the executive of the Legion were happy with the reduction. “We’re in trouble but 50 per cent is 50 per cent,” said Nairne. “If it’s $1,500 savings that’s significant. If we could have had it all that would have been nice but anything will help.”

Nairne said the Legion donated more than $11,000 last year to vari-

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THE ONLY WAY WE CAN PAY OUR EXPENSES AND THESE TAXES IS THROUGH MONIES GENERATE BY OUR BAR. THAT, UNFORTUNATELY, HAS DECLINED SIGNIFICANTLY DUE TO VERY STRINGENT DRINKING AND DRIVING LAWS THAT HAVE COST US BUSINESS AND MEMBERSHIP. Rob Nairne, Oyama Legion branch secretary

ous Lake Country organizations with money raised at the lounge. It

ne saying this year that number will likely be reduced due to a lack of

funds. But Lake Country council wasn’t willing to forgive all of the property taxes with district staff saying the Legion operates a lounge that is deemed to be a business. Nairne says the only way the Legion is able to pay the property taxes as well as other expenses is through the club’s lounge. The partial exemption was for five years, but staff has been directed to look at how the savings has affected the Legion after one year. newsroom@lakecountrynews.net

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School district waiting to see if it can buy golf course land for new school Central Okanagan School district spokesperson says George Elliot site would be inadequate without golf course space to use for sports fields. KEVIN PARNELL With the new school session underway, plans are also continuing towards a new junior-middle school in Lake Country, proposed to be eventually built next to George Elliot Secondary School with the Aspen Grove Golf Course used as sports fields. The Agriculture Land Commission will meet in October to discuss the tentative sale of the golf course to the school district. The land is currently protected under the Agriculture Land Reserve and the ALC must decide whether or not to remove it from the ALR for use as sports fields. A no vote could potentially void the deal between the district and the golf course and force the school district to find another location for the proposed junior-middle school. “Come October

when we get the decision (from the ALC) we will have to assess whether we proceed with the purchase or whether other options need to be looked at,” said Emily Watson, School District 23 planning manager. “The (George Elliot) site would be inadequate without that (golf course) space.” While the future of the proposed school awaits the decision by the ALC, Watson brought the District of Lake Country up to speed on plans for the new school at its regular council meeting Sept. 3. The school district is now compiling a project identification report that will be submitted to the provincial government by the end of the year, laying out the need for a new school in Lake Country. In the meantime, Watson said a standalone annex will be constructed using seven portables that have already been moved to George Elliot, similar to an annex already in use at Okanagan Mission Secondary. Grade 7s from Lake Country’s three elementary schools will be moved to the annex and begin a middle school curriculum in Sept. of

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A PLANNED annex for Grade 7 students in Lake Country could look much like this one, in use at Kelowna’s Okanagan Mission Secondary.

2014. “It will be a mix of pre-existing portables and new construction,” said Watson. “The whole thing will sit on a foundation with a roof over top. The exterior of the building will be re-clad and designed to fit in with the other school. There will be separate

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I WOULD URGE THE SCHOOL DISTRICT TO LOOK VERY CLOSELY AT WHAT THEY ARE DOING [USING PORTABLES] BECAUSE IT LOOKS LIKE THEY ARE PUTTING THE CART BEFORE THE HORSE. Penny Gamble, Lake Country councillor

staff space, washrooms and Grade 7s will have lockers in the annex. From the inside it feels very much like a permanent school; much different than stand alone portables.” Despite her assurances, Lake Country Coun. Penny Gambell was wary of using

portables and asked the board of education to proceed with caution. “I would urge the school district to look very closely at what they are doing because it looks like they are putting the cart before the horse,” said Gambell. Other councilors asked the school district about possible programs at the new school such as agriculture or sports academies and Watson said there would be community consultation before the school opens, which is still several years away. “We’re not able to give a timeline on funding (from the province),” she said. “There are certain things we can do as a district to make the business case for this. Then it goes to the provincial government and there is uncertainty. You are at least three years from opening a school even when you do get confirmation (from government).” When a new school is eventually built, plans are for it to house students in Grades 6, 7 and 8, while only Grade 7s will use the annex, eliminating a space crunch at Lake Country’s three elementary schools. new sroom@lakecoutnrynews.net

▼ BUSINESS

Council supports Turtle Bay Pub’s application to stay open an hour longer It took some time, but Lake Country council decided to support a local pub’s application to the Liquor Control and Licensing Branch (LCLB) to stay open later. The Turtle Bay Pub has applied for a permanent change to its liquor license that would increase its closing time from the current 1 a.m. to 2 a.m. When contemplating such extensions, the LCBC asks municipalities for input before making its decision. And Lake Country councillors had a few opinions at its meeting on Tuesday night. Coun. Penny Gambell said the move could create issues with other pubs possibly wanting to stay open later as well as putting more intoxicated

people on the street. “I support business but I worry about people stumbling home along a busy highway,” said Gambell. Coun. James McEwan said some people that he knows won’t

come to Lake Country because everything closes early, while Coun. Lisa Cameron said a move to later drinking hours is a move towards being more progressive. “This is just a small step into the 21st century

as far as drinking establishments go,” she said.

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▼ PLAYSAFE

Local CHAMPS helps War Amps commemorate 95th anniversary

The War Amps float in Penticton’s recent Peach Festival Parade passed on the vital Playsafe/Drivesafe message, but also commemorat-

ed a special milestone for the Association—its 95th anniversary. Members of The War Amps Child Amputee (CHAMP) Program are

proud to be part of the association’s 95 years of “amputees helping amputees” and joined the float.  Alexa Robertson, 7,

Museum Lecture • by Dr. Geoffrey T. Martin University College London

re-eXcavaTiOn OF THe TOMB OF HOreMHeB

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Explore the mystery of the tomb of the Pharaoh Horemheb of the 18th Dynasty, Egypt. The tomb of Horemheb, known as KV57, was originally excavated in 1908 by British Egyptologist Edward Ayrton, and has been closed, except for a brief period, since 1994.

Admission is $10 at the door or in advance at the Lake Country Museum. Free admission for Grade 7 students and their accompanying teachers with advance reservation through the Lake Country Museum, 250-766-0111.

GreaTesT MOMenTs OF THe LOuisiana HayriDe

Thursday, Sept. 26 • 7:30pm Go back in History with The Louisiana Hayride featuring Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, Roy Orbison and many more! We pay tribute, through story and song, to the classic radio show, The Louisiana Hayride, aired in 1948-1960 on KWKH radio. With our amazing LIVE singers & band, we take you back to that timeless era.

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ALEXA ROBERTSON (front), with fellow Champ Isabella Romei, of Winfield, in front of The War Amps

float in the Peach Festival Parade held recently in Penticton. of Kelowna, was born a right arm amputee. She rode on board the float with her fellow CHAMPs. The colourful, animated float is specially designed to capture the attention of children, with Astar, the gold robot from Planet Dan-

ger, reminding them that he can put his arm back on but they can’t. To further reinforce the message, CHAMP ambassadors shout out the playsafe message to kids and the drivesafe message to adults along the parade route. “In addition to passing

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David Francey is a Scottish-born Canadian carpenter turned-songwriter, who has become known as “one of Canada’s most revered folk poets and singers” (TorontoStar). A truly authentic folk singer, Francey is a documentarian of the working person who never imagined earning a living from his music. He has released nine albums and won three Juno Awards David will be touring with back up musicians Chris Coole, Darren McMullen, and Mark Westberg.

on the safety message, the float this year is also a reminder that The War Amps has been part of the Canadian landscape for almost a century now and will continue to be there for these children and all amputees in Canada,” said Rob Larman, director of Playsafe/

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Feds help fund boaters’ safe harbour in Okanagan Centre KEVIN PARNELL One of the only safe harbours on the east side of Okanagan Lake will continue its retrofit with a $150,000 of funding from the federal government. Work will begin this fall to continue to improve the Okanagan Centre safe harbour, a break-water designed for boaters to hunker down in rough waters on Okanagan Lake. It’s a much-needed safety measure on Okanagan Lake, the body of water responsible for more deaths of any other lake in B.C. each year, according to Robert Hobson, chairman of the Central Okanagan Regional District. “The problem is Okanagan Lake can blow up in a storm very quickly and there are very few places for safe harbour,” said Hobson. “This is really the only safe place from Okanagan Centre to Kelowna and the storms can come in very bad. There is increased demand for boat facilities (on the lake) and this money will start the process of finishing this safe harbour.” The breakwater, located in the Okanagan Centre Safe Harbour Regional Park, was initially built in the 1970s using wooden materials. For the past 15 years CORD has been working to update the structure with work on the

south side already completed and the expected work on the north side set for completion this year. “The wooden breakwater has been in place since the 1970’s and needs a major overhaul,” continued Hobson. “This funding will help partially replace the most seriously deteriorating portions of the north breakwater.” While the safe harbour is located in Lake Country (along Okanagan Centre Road West), the breakwater is a benefit to all users of Okanagan Lake. And with boat traffic not decreasing any time soon, making the water safer for everyone is key, according to Lake Country mayor James Baker. “This is an benefit for the whole region,” said Baker. “The harbour is full of boats in the summer. A lot of visitors come to this area and this will make the lake safer.” In making the funding annoucement, minster Rempel said she is a frequent visitor to Lake Country and has enjoyed the region’s tourism opportunities. Being back to make an announcement that will make the lake safer was something she was happy to do. “Usually as a politician you want to cut a ribbon or open up a rink but key pieces of infrastructure like this one are so im-

portant to a community,” she said. “(This is) safe and modern infrastructure that will benefit the residents of these communities for years to come.” The funding was acquired under the federal government’s Community Infrastructure Improvement Fund.

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Mayor James Baker says more money to help finish the Okanagan Centre safe harbour is a good thing for the whole region.

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▼ FAITH TODAY

Adult learning differs from childrens’

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robably less than one per cent of infants are incapable of learning. In North America, only five per cent of children don’t go to school.

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▼ PROVINCIAL ISSUES

Curing a community cash crunch L ocal politicians from across B.C. are in Vancouver Sept. 16 to 20 to take part in the annual Union of B.C. Municipalities convention. There will be trivia reported as news, such as the cost of hotels. Suggestions to license mobility scooters or lower speed limits to 40 km/h, dreamed up in Vancouver Island retirement locales, will be rejected by delegates from the rest of the province. Serious discussion will revolve around a report by a UBCM executive committee to reshape the financial relationship between the province and local governments. If this proposal gets the support it deserves, Premier Christy Clark’s government will be asked to undo a couple of decades of political meddling in that relationship. One problem for local governments is that they depend on property tax, a stable source of revenue but one that has no rela-

BC Views

Tom Fletcher tionship to the property owner’s ability to pay. It tends to load costs onto lower-income groups such as seniors and renters. Economic growth results mainly in increased corporate and personal income tax revenues as well as sales taxes, which aren’t shared with local governments. One key proposal is to return to a system of revenue sharing grants introduced by the Social Credit government in the 1980s. They were funded by one point each from personal and corporate income tax and

six per cent of sales, fuel and resource tax revenues, thus increasing in years when provincial revenues were strong. The UBCM proposal is to put a share of provincial revenues into an infrastructure bank, to be distributed by the organization on a more stable basis. Saanich Mayor Frank Leonard, one of the authors of the report, uses a basketball analogy to describe the current system of federal-provincial grants for road and bridge projects. It’s a “jump ball,” where communities have to apply to a fund when it’s offered and then see who gets it. Even if a community wins the jump ball, they may find themselves with costs inflated by a hot construction market and an arbitrary deadline to get the job done. Then there are new regulations imposed by senior governments. The most dramatic example these days is a 2020 federal deadline for Great-

er Victoria to construct land-based sewage treatment. Even with federal and provincial cost sharing, this project is going to land heavily on property tax bills, including those of pensioners and poor renters who will have it passed on to them. Leonard points to another arbitrary system, provincial facilities that pay grants in lieu of property taxes. Saanich is home to the University of Victoria, a community of 25,000 people that needs water and sewer service, as well as police and fire protection. Saanich gets an annual grant in lieu of property taxes of $120,000 for UVic, enough to cover wages and benefits for one cop and maybe some gas money. Cariboo Regional District chair Al Richmond, co-chair of the UBCM committee, is concerned about new water and flood protection legislation the province is preparing to im-

pose. His district and others like it have thousands of kilometres of riverfront, with relatively few property owners. Interior communities also want BC Hydro to pay something for power lines, as is now being done with some aboriginal territories. Local politicians will be expecting a sympathetic ear from the new version of the B.C. Liberal government. Former Quesnel councillor Coralee Oakes is the new community, sport and cultural development minister, with direct responsibility for local government issues. And one of the original members of this UBCM committee was former Langley City mayor Peter Fassbender, who is now minister of education. Tom Fletcher is legislative reporter and columnist for Black Press and BCLocalNews.com. Twitter:@tomfletcherbc tfletcher@blackpress.ca

lated courses; barely 20 per cent choose further education for personal improvement. The decline of interest in education is staggering, but perhaps understandable. Adults take risks when they enter any educational program. They have to expose themselves to situations where others know more than they do. No one likes to appear ignorant. Adults also find that many educational programs place them into a style of learning they gladly gave up long ago. Children, young people, and adults learn in different ways. That should be obvious, but apparently isn’t. For small children, everything is new. They SEE TAYLOR A7

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Tax advantages for students; remembering two fine men T

he September long weekend has come and gone and most families are back into the routine of work and school. For those attending post-secondary school, back to school means one more step toward achieving the goal of finding a good job after graduation.  In Canada, education has long been viewed as a means to a secure future for individuals and as a key driver of longterm economic prosperity for the country.  In fact, as global economies become increasingly competitive, post-secondary education holds the key to maintaining Canada’s edge in the global marketplace. The good news is, according to a recent study published by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Canada ranks first among OECD coun-

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Ron Cannan tries in the proportion of adults with post-secondary education. In order to maintain this high level of education among Canadians, our government continues to support effective tax policies that are designed to make post-secondary education accessible and affordable for students. For instance, students can claim tuition fees paid to a university, college, or other educational institution in Canada for courses taken at the post-secondary level, including tuition fees paid

for courses certified by Employment and Social Development Canada to develop or improve skills in an occupation. Students can claim an education amount of $400 for each whole or part month in the year in which they are enrolled full-time in a qualifying educational program, or $120 per month for part-time enrolment in a specified educational program, at a designated educational institution. And students can also claim a textbook amount of $65 for each month where they qualify for the full-time education amount or $20 for each part-time month. Last year alone, Canadian students and their families claimed more than $11 billion in financial assistance.  I encourage any new or returning post-secondary students attending a Canadian college or university, including UBCO, Okanagan College or any of the

programs at one of our local certified educational institutes, to make sure you are receiving all the educational tax relief to which you are entitled.  More information on tuition, education, and textbook tax credits, and other information specifically for students is available on the Canada Revenue Agency’s website at www.cra.gc.ca/ students . More than ever, learning is vital to our individual and collective futures and is a lifelong pursuit.  As they say, when we stop learning, we stop living.

SAYING GOODBYE

Our community was shocked and saddened by the recent loss of two prominent community members, Joe Sardinha and Kim Calloway.  Joe, as many of you know, was a passionate spokesman and, as past-president of the BC Fruit Growers’ Association spent many dedi-

cated years fighting for their best interests. It was an honour to work with him and I appreciated his integrity and sound advice.  He understood the vital economic contribution of our local farmers and through his efforts, honoured the long tradition of fruit growing in the Okanagan. And who among us can forget the voice and good humour of radio personality Kim Calloway?  Like many of you I shared many a good laugh with him in person and while listening to him over the airwaves.  He had a real passion for our community and gave a great deal of his time to local organizations and causes. Knowing he’s gone leaves us all wanting to hear his voice one more time.  I once read that it takes a minute to find a special person, an hour to appreciate them, a day to love them, and an entire

life to forget them.  Our thoughts are with the families and friends of these two great community members, both gone too soon. Ron Cannan is the Member of Parliament for

Kelowna-Lake Country. Information on local announcements and federal government programs can be found at www.cannan.ca. ron@cannan.ca.

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anymore, to store information that might never be useful to them. Second, they learn by associating new information with what they already know. A new idea will stick only if it can be hooked up, in some way, with their existing experiences or understandings. Adults find learning easiest when a new idea confirms what they already know and believe. It’s like finding a missing piece of a jigsaw puzzle that drops perfectly into place. It’s much harder when a new idea forces them to re-arrange puzzle

pieces that they had already put together. And the hardest thing, for any age, is to un-learn something they had previously taken as unchallenged truth. For example, people who grew up thinking that Jesus walked on water have to un-learn that conviction before they can deal with that story as symbolic narrative. Ditto for parents who grew up believing that children benefit from boot-camp discipline. Small children throw tantrums when a pattern of behaviour no longer works the way it used to. A closed mind is

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was presented (above) to Phyllis MacPherson of the Lake Country Food Bank by Ron Volk, manager of the Lake Country Customs and Classics Car Show held a few weekends ago, before volunteers stocked the shelves. The money will go toward building a new food bank. There were 350 cars and over 4,000 visitors at the annual car show.

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The District of Lake Country has been announced as one of the 15 finalists for the 2013 Open for Business Awards, which recognize communities that support small business through local government measures in line with the principles of the B.C. Small Business Accord. “Encouraging a thriving and diverse range of small businesses is a high priority in Lake Country,” said Mayor James Baker. “Last October council members and senior staff participated in the Okanagan Business Walks pilot project for Business Walks in Canada so we could connect face-toface with local business leaders and hear directly from owners and managers what they liked about doing business in Lake Country, and what improvements they felt could be made to grow the economy.  We saw

80 businesses then and we are heading out again October 1st to visit more small businesses in Lake Country.” Thirty-nine communities were in the running for the 2013 Open for Business Awards with the finalists named Sept. 3 and the winners to be announced Sept. 19 at the Union of British Columbia Municipalities (UBCM) annual conference in Vancouver.  “Lake Country has taken steps to reduce red tape and create a friendly environment for small business in the community,” said Ryan Roycroft, economic development manager.  “Measures have been taken across all aspects of our organization— from tax levels to planning time lines, to public services provided by the district. Staff has been working hard to identify and remove barriers for doing business in the community.”

Each winner will be awarded $10,000 to help implement measures that benefit small business, defined as a business with fewer than 50 employees, or self-employed without paid help. Small businesses represent 98 per cent of B.C. businesses, provide nearly 56 per cent of private-sector jobs in B.C. and employ more than one million people. “The Lake Country Chamber of Commerce and Central Okanagan Economic Development Commission (COEDC) led the charge on the business walks initiative and continue to be outstanding supports and resources for small businesses in Lake Country,” said Roycroft.  “Even if we don’t win, being in the top 15 communities in B.C. shows we are moving in the right direction in supporting small business development in Lake Country.”

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Campaign launched to raise awareness about invasive mussels in local lakes

Invasive mussels aren’t here yet and we don’t want them. That’s the message being reinforced by the Okanagan and Simtilkameen Invasive Species Society. The non-profit society has collaborated with several organizations this summer to spread the message about keeping zebra and quagga mussels out of the Okanagan-Similkameen. The invasive European mussels are not believed to occur in B.C. but could easily be transported here from infested lakes in the United States or the Great Lakes region of Canada. They were introduced to North America in the late 1980s. Currently, there are no mandatory check point stations in B.C., unlike in the western United States, such as Idaho, where you cannot launch a boat unless you have been inspected. So, the Okanagan-based society launched a campaign this summer to educate recreational boaters about the dangers of invasive mussels and what

they can do to prevent their spread. “It would only take one boat infested with mussels to enter a lake in B.C. and there would be no turning back,” saidlocal biologist Lisa Scott, who is the co-ordinator of OASISS. “We are trying to encourage everyone to take responsibility to help prevent invasive mussels from entering our waters,”   Zebra and quagga mussels are thumbnail sized, freshwater mollusks that rapidly colonize hard surfaces and can clog water-intake structures, impact recreation and devastate local fisheries. In the Okanagan-Similkameen, the effects of their invasion would be felt at the commercial activity level, throughout the tourism sector and at the ecological level. Direct costs and lost revenues are estimated to be in excess of $45 million per year if mussels were to invade Okanagan Lake. The society has partnered with local yacht clubs, marinas and other organizations to set up

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monitoring stations near boat launches in Osoyoos, Skaha, Okanagan and Kalamalka Lakes. The vertical stations consist of a series of small sections of PVC pipe and mesh attached to a rope, and are deployed in depths of up to eight metres. These stations provide an artificial surface for the invasive mussels to attach to. A sensor is also attached to the apparatus to record temperature and light. Members of OASISS and partner organizations will monitor the surfaces monthly until late September, when it will be removed for the winter. The process will start all over again next May. “We are highly optimistic that we won’t find

anything, however it’s important we monitor to be sure the mussels have not arrived,” said Scott.   The aquatic invaders program is financially supported through the Canada Summer Jobs program and a $30,000 grant from the Okanagan Basin Water Board. “We are pleased to provide funds to OASISS for this very important project,” stated Anna Warwick Sears, the water board’s executive director. “It’s been complementary to our Don’t Move a Mussel campaign, which is aimed at educating Okanagan residents and visitors to the risks these invasive mussels present.” For more information on European mussels and other invasive species, go to www.oasiss.ca.

False 911 calls drain on police Abandoned 911 calls are on the decline in the Central Okanagan but more needs to be done to reduce the unnecessary diversion of police resources. Last year between Jan. 1 and July 31, Central Okanagan police received 2,974 abandoned 911 calls, each of which required hours of follow-up in order to determine whether emergency services were actually required. During that same period this year, police received 2,537 abandoned calls, which was a 15 per cent decrease. Incredibly, only about one per cent of dropped 911 calls result in necessary police action with the rest simply being a drain on resources. About an hour is spent on each call until police have exhausted all efforts at locating the caller or it is determined that no emergency services are required. It all seems unnecessary, but

ed’ cell phones. These are cell phones that no longer have a cellular plan and are no longer registered to anyone but can still make 911 calls when there is a battery charge. In many cases these are old cell phones that have been given to children as a toy. If they have a battery charge, they can still make emergency calls. These calls show up with a 911 prefix (instead of 250 or 604), have no registered owner information, and cannot be called back making it nearly impossible to find the call location. There is really only one solution to fix this problem: Recycle your old cell phones. At the very least, remove and recycle the battery so that it can no longer be powered on. Calling 911 might be the most important call you ever make and we will be there when you need us most. Help police to remain focused on real emergencies.

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Cyclists enjoy the new Pelmewash Parkway and its reduced traffic flow. Residents of Lake Country will have the chance to view the potential options for the future use of the roadway on Sept. 24 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the district’s municipal hall. For a story on new signage directing drivers from the Highway 97 bypass between Winfield and Oyama to Pelmewash Parkway, see page A19.

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Salute to Firefighters Volunteer base key to Lake Country Fire Department KEVIN PARNELL

Brent Penner knows what it’s like to be a member of Lake Country’s volunteer, on call fire-fighting crew.

Now the assistant chief of the District of Lake Country’s fire department, Penner started his climb to assistant chief as a volunteer firefighter in Lake Country. His timing was right as he was promoted soon after he began with the DLC fire department and is now one of just two paid fire-fighters at the DLC and two other staff members. The rest of the crew, about 55 in total in the DLC’s three fire halls of Winfield, Oyama and Carrs Landing, are volunteer, paid on call fire-fighters, people that are on call 24-7 and are paid once they get to the hall

responding to fires. “It’s a really good group of people and we all enjoy working together,” said Penner of the DLC fire-fighters. “There are a lot of groups that don’t get to train to the levels we get to. We benefit from a really strong training program. We get a lot of people that have been members of teams before or played sports. They are used to the camaraderie of that kind of environment. You rely on your teammates with the fire department. What you do on a fire not only affects you but it will affect the whole operation. It’s a very structured operation.” While the Winfield Fire Hall is enjoying a healthy number of volunteer numbers, with the majority of the fire-fighters living in close proximity to the Winfield Hall, the two other fire halls are actively seeking new

members. In Carrs Landing there is room for eight more fire-fighters while Oyama could use four more people to help fight fires. “The main population base of Lake Country and the majority of people that are wanting to help out the community as fire-fighters or have that ability, live close to the Winfield hall,” said Penner. “The Winfield station does about 80 per cent of the calls. There are openings if people are interested in Carrs Landing and Oyama and we are always looking in Winfield as well.” Volunteer fire-fighters do a lot more than just fight fires as well as they are key members of the community, volunteering at community events like Tim Horton’s camp day, Summer Jam and other various fundraisers as well as teaching a high school fire-fighting class at

LAKE COUNTRY volunteer firemen respond to a variety of different emergencies in their duties with the Lake Country Fire Department.

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George Elliot Secondary School. Fire-fighters do all that as volunteers but when they do respond to a fire, they are paid by the district. “Our fire-fighters do a huge amount of volunteerism in the community,” said Penner. “Anytime their pager goes off and they respond to an emergency call, they become employees of the DLC at that time.”

To become a member of the Lake Country Fire Department; selected applicants participate in a training program that is delivered part-time over a four to five month duration (approximately 300 training hours) to provide a strong firefighting foundation. Penner says it’s import-

ant that the member’s skillset fits the needs of the community while ensuring that proper procedures are followed to keep the individual and their firefighting team working in a prudent manner though safe work practices. After completing the training program, each mem-

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Salute to Firefighters Station 71

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STATION 91 Oyama Station 91 in Oyama houses Engine 91 for primary response; Mini 91 with special capacity to make compressed air foam, also used for ice rescue and zodiac transport; and Pumper 91 – a reserve engine.

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STATION 81 Carr’s Landing Station 81 in Carr’s Landing houses Engine 81 for primary response; Pumper/ Tender 81; as well as Mini 81 which is easy for first responders to use to get into tight spaces, long winding driveways, access medical calls and bush applications.

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Salute to Firefighters Station 81

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Salute to Our Fire Fighters

Thank you for being there for all of us when we need you most.

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Post emergency numbers near telephones. Be aware that if a fire threatens your home, you should not place the call to emergency services from inside the home. It is better to get out and place the call to fire authorities from a safe location outside the home. a fire safety message from the RCMP


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Salute to Firefighters Special Use Equipment

Because of the diverse area the Lake Country Fire Department serves, some special equipment is necessary: An ATV 4×4 with an onboard 60 gallon water tank and pump, along with a trailer for a stretcher, is used for rescue of hikers in remote areas where helicopters cannot access, and for putting out campfires or lightning strikes in the bush before they get too large in size; a Thermal Imager Camera is used on each front line engine to enable first responders to see through

Conduct a family meeting and discuss the following topics: Find a way for everyone to sound a family alarm. Yelling, pounding on walls, whistles, etc. Practice yelling “FIRE!” a fire safety message from

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the smoke to locate victims, and enables tracking of accident victims that have wandered away from the scene; a Fire Safety Mobile Training Centre is a small presentation centre with a ramp and seated area with DVD/TV for video presentations, kitchen for safety presentations, and typical bedroom, bedroom heated door, theatrical smoke machine, smoke alarm, back escape window with ladder, and a smoke ejector to exchange the air quickly for continued use. This is used to teach Escape Drills In the Home (EDITH); and specialized rope rescue, marine rescue and ice rescue teams and equipment.

STATION 71 Lake Country Station 71 in Winfield houses the new 75’ ladder truck which elevates a water stream and provides elevated rescue capability; Engine 71 – a front line apparatus that is also utilized as a first responder vehicle containing the jaws-oflife, hydraulic cutters and power tools; Bush 71 – a 4-wheel drive truck with forestry equipment on board, which is used as a primary vehicle for over the bank road rescue and a secondary vehicle for ice rescue; and Tender 71 – a 1500 gallon water tank on wheels. It is also the location of Fire Administration – the office of the Fire Chief, fire inspection and training division, as well as the home of the command vehicles.

Proud to support Station 91 Oyama Fire Department and all the Lake Country Firefighters

Your willingness to serve keeps our families and communities safe… Thank-You!


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news ▼ HWY 97 TO LAKE COUNTRY

Signs expected to be installed late September to Oyama and Evans roads Lake Country busideed—through handalignment to emphasize community will beneincial highway signage.  pride in having the ‘Jew- community that attracts nesses located in Oyama made signs placed along the importance of wayfit from the installaLake Country residents el of the Okanagan’ as visitors from all over the will benefit from new the new Highway 97 finding signs. The whole tion of standard provand businesses alike take part of an outstanding world. wayfinding signage to be installed on Highway 97.  “We’ve heard a lot from Oyama businesses since the new highway opened without specific signage directing travelers to Oyama,” said Lake Country Mayor James Baker. “Most Lake Country residents have been following the highway construction and public consultation process on transitioning Pelmewash Parkway into a destination recreation corridor and community amenity; but it will take a while before people travelling through know where to get off the provincial highway to visit the beautiful Oyama neighbourhood of Lake Country.” Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure staff has been working diligently with District of Lake Country staff to address community concerns over highway signage and meet the various business wayfinding and tourism needs.  “New routing information” signs will be installed as soon as possible in late September to help travelers finding their way to Oyama Road and Evans Road.  Large changeable message signs (CMS) have been positioned in advance of the Pelmewash Parkway exits on Hwy 97 as a short-term measure.  “It is a priority to mayor and council that the community’s needs and concerns are addressed,” said Ryan Roycroft, economic development manager.  “Council, staff and Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure staff had a discussion September 3rd and came to some agreement on how to best serve the interests of the local community and travelers in a way that respects provMore people than ever are doing what’s right for the environment. That’s why over 666,000 kg of incial highways policy,” milk containers were recycled at Return-It™ Depots in 2012. And it’s easy to make the right choice Roycroft said. “The cooperation of the mina part of your routine; just bring them in along with your bottles and cans. istry in responding has been very much appreciated.” The community has spoken in word and For more information and to find a Return-It™ Depot near you, call 1-800-330-9767 or visit return-it.ca/milk

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Real estate’s slow season coming

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s the summer closes with its last wave of heat, so does the real estate market for the Central Okanagan. Real estate agents’ phones were ringing as inventory remained low, coupled with hungry buyers eager to settle down before the sluggish school months set in,. Residential sales for the Central Okanagan jumped 14.21 per cent from this time last year, rising from 183 to 209 sales. Condominiums experienced a similar situation, as sales were up a hefty 27.27 per cent. For townhomes, sales leapt from 58 sales in

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August of 2012 to 66 this year. For the month of August, overall housing sales were up by a confident 12.66 per cent. Still, new inventory for the Central Okanagan remained on the low side.

Perhaps with low inventory and continued whispers of mortgage rates soon to be on the move upwards, now is the time to jump into homeownership. For example, Dominion Lending Center is offering and affordable 3.49 per cent on a five-year term. With a 25 year amortization period and purchase price of $200,000, your low monthly payment could be approximately $997.49. One has to ask oneself: “How can you afford not to?” Ceinwen Morgan works in the real estate industry in the Central Okanagan.

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▼ LEGAL FIGHT

B.C. Chamber opposes U.S. border rules The B.C. Chamber of Commerce has joined litigation filed in a U.S. court to push back against border measures that pose what it considers a serious risk for B.C. businesses and tourism. The Kelowna Chamber of Commerce supports the move. “Although we recognize the mutual sovereignty of our border with the U.S. we would welcome some reasonable flexibility when border guards feel the need to deny entry to Canadian business people,” said David Bond, president of the Kelowna Chamber of Commerce. “As our countries strive towards new levels of co-operation through the Beyond the Border Action Plan, these border rules could negatively affect both Canadianand U.S.-based businesses.” Currently, British

Columbians heading to the U.S. for business or tourism purposes face a border regime that empowers border guards, at their own discretion and without avenue for appeal, to bar Canadians entry to the U.S. for periods of five years or more under an “expedited removal” process. The border rules pose a particular threat to B.C. businesses. The Kelowna Chamber of Commerce says it supports the B.C. Chamber of Commerce, which has partnered with the Bellingham/Whatcom Chamber of Commerce, the Northwest Economic Council and Pacific Corridor Enterprise Council to file an “amicus brief ” in a case pending before a U.S. appeals court (the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals). The case concerns the issue of whether a Can-

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AS OUR COUNTRIES STRIVE TOWARDS NEW LEVELS OF CO-OPERATION THROUGH THE BEYOND THE BORDER ACTION PLAN, THESE BORDER RULES COULD NEGATIVELY AFFECT BOTH CANADIAN AND U.S. BASED BUSINESSES. David Bond, Kelowna Chamber president

adian citizen seeking entry to the U.S. can be subject to expedited removal by U.S. Customs and Border Protection. An amicus brief is a

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Try physio when inner ear sends you spinning

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oes getting up from bending over make you feel like you just got off a ride at the IPE? When you roll over in bed, do you feel like you or the room is spinning? What you are feeling may be vertigo, a kind of dizziness that has the sensation of moving, often described as spinning. Why does this happen? Your brain gets information of where your head is in space through the input from vision, muscles and joints, and the inner ear. If one of these systems gets affected, vertigo can occur. A common cause is benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, or BPPV for short, a condition of the inner ear. To understand what BPPV is, it’s helpful to know the anatomy. Inside each ear there are three tubes that are

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Keeping You Fit known as semicircular canals. They are oriented to give information about movements that occur about three different axes: pitch, yaw, and roll. To imagine these different motions, think of nodding your head ‘yes’, shaking your head ‘no’, and tilting your head to bring one ear toward the same shoulder. A nearby structure of the inner ear is called the utricle, which has calcium crystals inside. If these crystals dislodge

from their normal location and end up in one of the semicircular canals, it affects the movement of fluid inside that tube, causing the sensation of vertigo with certain head movements. The exact cause of BPPV is often unknown. Some possible explanations include recent head trauma, recent infection, or prolonged bed rest, among others. Sometimes the occurrence is spontaneous, without a preceding incident. BPPV can be diagnosed by a health professional by talking to you about what you’re experiencing, what aggravating activities are, how long symptoms last, and by performing a positional maneuver in the clinic. While BPPV may resolve over time, seeking treatment can give you relief much quicker. This may consist of a health professional (such as a

physiotherapist, or a doctor) performing a ‘repositioning’ technique, involving moving your head and body in different positions. This is done to encourage the crystals to move out of the semicircular canal and to be re-absorbed. Specific home exercises may also be prescribed. BPPV responds well to these techniques, often requiring few treatments. Dysfunction of the canals in the inner ear isn’t the only thing that can lead to dizziness or vertigo; medical conditions, head injuries, change in medications and neck injuries are some of the possible alternative causes. Because of this it is important to seek the care of a professional if you are experiencing symptoms. Tess Mihell is a physiotherapist at Sun City Physiotherapy in Winfield.

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•The Lake CounTry MuseuM & arChives are open from 1 pm to 4 pm Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays from September through mid-May, additional hours by appointment. Currently on display is Kakonosedai: A Century of Community, honouring the Japanese Canadian pioneers of Lake Country. For more information, please contact the Lake Country Museum at 250-766-0111 or visit the website at www.lakecountrymuseum.com. •aGLoW WiLL sTarT iTs year with our first meeting scheduled for Wed. Sept. 11, 4041 Casorso Rd. at the Kelowna District Fish & Game Club, 9am–noon. Guest speaker is Doris Marciski – President & B.C. Prov. Co-Coordinator for Aglow Int. Canada. Everyone is welcome, see you at the club. •in reCoGniTion of John L. ruTherford, co-founder of Pets and People Visiting Society, an open house will be held Sun., Sept. 15. Do drop in between 1pm and 4pm, 4800 Lakeshore Road, Kelowna. Please RSVP by Sept. 8 to 250-860-2572 or email pap12@shaw.ca •danCe for The heaLTh of iT! Beginners line dancing on Mondays,1:45pm at the Recreation Centre at Holiday Park. Toonie donation. Phone Mary at 766-4651. •LC senior Bus sCheduLe Mon., Sept. 16, 23, 30 Prime Time. Tues., Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1 Winfield Senior Centre luncheon. Sat., Sept. 14 Vernon Pancake Breakfast, shopping. Sun., Sept. 22 Oyama Legion Veterans luncheon. Sat., Sept. 28 Summerland Ornamental Gardens, lunch.To reserve seat on bus please phone Marg 250-766-3227 or Marian 250-861-4131. •a CaLL To aLL kniTTers! Would any knitters be interested in starting a Lake Country knitters group? For more information, please email Deb Burr: d.jane.burr@gmail.com. •PriMe TiMe is a MusiCaL enTerTainMenT evenT for older adults. It takes place every Monday from 1pm-3pm pm starting Mon., Sept. 16 at the Lake Country Seniors Centre, 9832 Bottomwood Lake Rd., Lake Country. For more information call Jimmie at 250-766-2513. Prime Time is sponsored by Lake Country Health Planning Society. •Lake CounTry heaLTh PLanninG soCieTy would like to invite the community organizations and the general public to an open forum on the United Way’s “Better at Home” program. An open meeting Wed., Sept. 11 from 1:30-3:30pm at the Lake Country Seniors Center (9832 Bottomwood Lake Road). Everyone who has an interest in older adults should attend. For more information go to: www.betterathome.ca. Questions can be sent to: lakecountryhealthplanning@gmail.com •royaL Canadian LeGion 189 Ladies auXiLiary - Notice of Cribbage Tournament on last Sunday of each month. Get your name on the list by phoning the Legion after 3pm. Registration is at 9am. Games begin at 10am sharp. $26 per team and lunch is included. •WinfieLd uniTed ChurCh ThrifT shoP (3571 Woodsdale Road), is open from Tues. to Sat., 10am to 2pm for shopping and donation drop-off. Call 250-766-3387 for information regarding appropriate donations. •The Lake CounTry food Bank wants to encourage boys and girls to help at the Food Bank. Any amount of time you can volunteer would be a huge help. Come and support the community you work and play in. For information call Phyllis, 250-766-0125, or 250-766-3038. 3130 Berry Road, Winfield. •Lake CounTry ThrifT sTore hours of operation: Mon.-Wed.Thurs., 9am- 3pm. Located at 3130 Berry Road, Winfield (the same building as the Lake Country Food Bank). •Beavers/CuBs/sCouTs/venTurers reGisTraTion/aGM Registration is on-going for 1st Lake Country Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Venturers (boys and girls ages 5-18). To register or for more information call Kathy at 250-766-4269. •oyaMa LeGion BranCh 189 holds a meat draw every Saturday afternoon at 2pm. All members and guests are welcome. •LC Line danCers Tuesdays, 1:30pm & Thursdays, 9:30am in the Seniors’ Centre. Beginners always welcome. Joy, 250-766-0850. •soCiaL BridGe Tuesdays, 7pm at the Seniors’ Centre. New players welcome. Eunice, 250-766-3982. •The CounCiL of senior CiTiZens orGaniZaTions (COSCO) is an advocacy group devoted to improving “The Quality of Life” for all seniors. Senior organizations/associations wishing to affiliate or individuals wishing to become members please contact Ernie Bayer: 604-576-9734 fax 604-576-9733 or ecbayer@shaw.ca for further info. •LC ouTdoors CLuB welcomes new hikers. Sturdy hiking boots are a must. Bring water, snacks/lunch & clothing appropriate & sufficient for the weather. For more info, to sign up for our hikes, or to post your own hikes on the forum, visit www.lakecountryoutdoorsclub.com. All Community EvEnts will be placed at no charge to all non-Profit organizations.

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Lost & Found FOUND: Male Full Grown Short Haired Black Cat. Has white belly, white tips on feet and white whiskers and eyebrows. Found in Blue Herron Villa in the beginning of August. Phone: 250-766-4898

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Longtime resident of Oyama passed away peacefully at home on June 25, 2013. She was predeceased by her husband of 60 years Doug an RCAF pilot; her brothers Gerald and Bill Tucker and her sister Gertrude Ley; whom she dearly loved. She is survived and lovingly remembered by her children, Marilyn Domokos of Victoria, Bev Wilson(Brian) of Victoria, Brian MacColl(Mae) of Oyama and Nadine MacColl of Victoria; also survived by 6 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren and numerous neices and nephews and their families. Born in Rivers, Manitoba 1923, she moved to Oyama in 1936, where as a young woman, she was a talented athlete in tennis and baseball. She met her husband and started their married life stationed at various air force bases across Canada. They returned to Vernon, BC in 1957, where she thoroughly enjoyed her career working at Eaton’s Catalogue Mail Order and Post Office. She excelled dealing with the public and staff and made lifelong friends and co-workers. Returning to Oyama in 1967, they built their home and ran a small fruit orchard. Madge was a tireless worker and indomitable spirit and took pride in her family, her garden and home. She loved the outdoors, watching hockey and curling and doing puzzles. On May 25, 2013 her 90th birthday celebration was held at the Oyama Community Hall , attended by family and friends. The family extends special thanks to all those Eaton’s collegues and local residents who attended. A family memorial will be held in September. In lieu of flowers, a donation could be made to the charity of your choice.

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An Alberta Oilfield Company is hiring dozer and excavator operators. Lodging and meals provided. Drug testing required. Call (780)723-5051 Edson, Alta. SURESPAN STRUCTURES requires Welder/Fabricator. Requirements: Welder Level “C” or 1st year fabrication minimum. Forklift and crane operators experience. Knowledge of how to interpret engineering drawings. CWB ticket an asset. Understand & apply basic mathematical skills. Preemployment drug screen may be required. Mail resume to 3721 Drinkwater Rd., Duncan, BC V9L 6P2, fax: 250-7468011 or email: shelly@surespanstructures.com

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GREAT opportunity to relocate to Beautiful Prince Rupert, Enjoy affordable housing and various recreational opportunities; skiing, kayaking, hiking, golf, and the fine arts. The Crest Hotel is currently accepting resumes for full time servers and bartenders in Charley’s Lounge. If you have a passion for customer service, with experience in a busy lounge environment, we offer a union wages $15.14 for servers $18.30 bartenders, medical and dental coverage and excellent gratuities. Previous serving and bartending experience is required, must have serving it right, and be legally permitted to work in Canada. Knowledge of wines and squirrel experience is an asset. If you are interested in joining our award winning customer service team, send resumes to scott@cresthotel.bc.ca or mail your resume to the Crest Hotel 222 1st ave west Prince Rupert, BC. V8J 1A8.

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CUTE English Bulldog Puppies $600. Healthy Male & female. 9 weeks, Health, shot papers. 2818990861 Email: pauwhee@gmail.com

SHILOH SHEPHERD, Beautiful puppies - large, rare breed w. plush coat. born 06/19, micro chipped, shots / Shiloh registr. $1500 250-838-0234 okanaganshilohs.com

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STEEL BUILDING Sizzling summer savings event! 20x22 $4,188. 25x24 $4,598. 30x36 $6,876. 32x44 $8,700. 40x52 $12,990. 47x70 $17,100. One end wall included. Pioneer Steel 1-800-668-5422. www.pioneersteel.ca STEEL BUILDINGS/Metal buildings 60% off! 20x28, 30x40, 40x62, 45x90, 50x120, 60x150, 80x100 sell for balance owed! Call 1-800-4572206. www.crownsteelbuildings.ca

Private Collector looking to buy a coin collection, Can., US & specialty foreign coins. Also looking for error coins. Todd: 250-864-3521

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Old spoon collector, 864-3521

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While we try to ensure all advertisements appearing in the Lake Country Calendar are placed by reputable businesses with legitimate offers, we do caution our readers to undertake due diligence when answering any advertisement, particularly when the advertiser is asking for monies up front.

Antiques & Collectables Sale Vernon Collectors Club 25th Annual Vernon Rec Centre 3310 - 37 Avenue Next to Curling Rink 140 + tables of collectables! Fri. Sept 20, 3 - 8 PM, Sat Sept 21, 10 - 4 PM Admission $3.00 is good for BOTH days CERAMIC Urns for your loved ones or pets, hand painted. Phone Colleen: (250)766-4405 HOT TUB (SPA) COVERS. Best price. Best quality. All shapes & colours available. 1-866-652-6837 www.thecoverguy.com/ newspaper?

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Misc. Wanted Genuine Coin Collector Buyer Collections, Olympic Gold & Silver Coins etc 250-863-3082 PURCHASING old Canadian & American coin collections & accumulations. 250-548-3670 Wanted to buy Jewelry to repair or recycle or out of date. 1-778-932-2316

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LAKE COUNTRY artist Dave Watland took part in the 20th anniversary of the Lake Country

ArtWalk on the weekend, as the community celebrated its artists with one of the largest art shows in the B.C. Interior. The 2013 theme of ArtWalk was It’s About Time, and special 20th anniversary events included a Hawaiian style quilt show, an artist paint‐off, a quick draw competition and auction, time‐lapse photography and chalk art.

Let’s all unite to eradicate bullying

According to the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, at least one Canadian teenager out of three can tell stories about what it’s like to be a victim of bullying at school. Other Canadian studies show that bullying occurs every seven minutes in the playground and every 25 minutes in the classroom. Do these statistics shock you? Whether you’re a student, parent, or educator, you have a role to play in putting an end to bullying. TYPES OF BULLYING Bullying is not only about pushing people around or calling them names. There are in fact four principal types of bullying, and being able to identify them is a first step in the fight to eradicate this scourge. • Verbal bullying (Insults, sarcasms, teasing, the spreading of rumours, threats, inappropriate sexual comments, and slurs about culture, race, religion, gender, or sexual-orientation.) • Social bullying (Group threats, making a scapegoat of someone, exclusion, public humiliation, and demeaning graffiti.)

Are you, or one of your friends, a victim of bullying? Is your child a victim, or perhaps even the bully? Several resources are available to you: •Kids Help Phone: 1-800-668-6868 or www.kidshelpphone.ca or call RCMP @ 250-765-6355. Caring for young children, adolescents, and children with special needs both in the office and in the hospital; no referral required. Dr. Farquhar and Dr. Milnes are board certified specialists in pediatric dentistry, on staff at both Kelowna General Hospital and Summerland Health Centre.

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• Physical bullying (Hitting, pushing, pinching, hounding, jostling, stealing or destroying possessions, and sexual touching of an undesirable nature.) • Cyberbullying (Using the Internet or text messaging to bully, humiliate, make fun of, or circulate rumours about someone.) DEVASTATING EFFECTS Just as there are many forms of bullying, there are also many devastating effects. Victims can experience an inordinate amount of insecurity, distress, withdrawal, isolation, fear, stress, anxiety, loss of self-confidence, and nightmares. Some victims can also feel physical symptoms such as headaches, stomach aches, nausea, fatigue, and panic attacks. Bullying can even lead to academic problems, including dropping out of school. In a few cases - and only one case is too many - the pain caused by bullying can cause the victim to consider committing suicide. No one should have to feel wounded or humiliated or live in fear or isolation.

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To help out with local businesses and their fight we ask you to join Lush’s Erase Bullying Campaign. Visit your local LUSH shop between August 31st and September 13th to take part in an interactive art installation. Participants can ‘erase’ hurtful words from our windows, spreading a message of compassion and support. Together, we can cultivate a kinder world by choosing to be compassionate in our everyday lives. #erasebullying - share to inspire compassion in your community. Also, check out the video on their Erase Bullying Campaign page: www.lush.ca/Erase-Bullying/erasebullying,en_CA,pg.html


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Children’s dental health: AN ADULT RESPONSIBILITY Getting children to brush their teeth is not always an easy task. Between all the protests and tears, many parents just give up and wait for their children to grow up before instilling good oral hygiene habits. Unfortunately, that is a choice that can have long-term negative consequences, because these habits are essential from a very early age. Here are five tips that can encourage good oral hygiene in young children. 1. Accustom babies to oral hygiene by gently cleaning their gums with a damp cloth twice a day.

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2. The first tooth should be brushed as soon as it appears, and dental floss should be used before brushing where any two teeth are touching. Before the age of three, brushing of the teeth and gums has to be done by an adult for it to be effective. Establish a routine (two minutes of brushing morning, evening, and preferably after every meal) and stick to it. The first appointment to see a dentist should be made when the first teeth appear. 3. Up to age seven, teeth brushing should be supervised by an adult. In fact, very close supervision is recommended until children are mature enough to write their own names. 4. Turn teeth brushing sessions into a game. You could use a puppet as the official teeth inspector, or use some kind of timer or play a song that lasts about two minutes in order to show children how long they should brush. For every thorough brushing, let children choose a star sticker to put on a calendar hanging in the bathroom. Give a child a reward if the calendar has two stickers for every day of an entire week. 5. Most important, everyone knows that children love imitating adults, so be sure to set a good example!

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250.766.4494 10564-B Powley Court 3rd Floor • Winfield, BC

Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm

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•White Fillings •Oral Surgery •Crowns & Bridges •Veneers •Digital X-Rays

New patients & emergencies welcome

Dr. Shane M. Gagner,

www.jadebaydentistry.ca

Dr. Walter Sokolowski D.M.D.

Dentistry New Patients Welcome For appointments please call 250.766.3944

B.Ed, DDS

250.868.2729

3 - 538 Yates Road, Kelowna (off Glenmore Rd.)

www.highlandsfamilydentistry.com

Dr. Walter Sokolowski Inc. Winfield Professional Centre #118-3121 Hill Road, Winfield

1. Mouthguard 2. Report 3. Dentist 4. Sealants 5. Plaque 6. Fluoride 7. Banana 8. Song 9. Smile 10. Teeth 11. Dudley 12. Milk 13. Brush 14. Floss 15. Bite 16. Decay 17. Gums 18. Toothpaste 19. Diet 20. Clean 21. Food

22. Chew 23. Molar 24. Jaws 25. Braces

Winfield Dental Centre Winfield Professional Building 208-3121 Hill Road, Winfield 250-766-1003

DR. GREG KOSAR & DR. LINA JUNG • Oral Sedation • Cosmetic & Restorative Dentistry • Bleaching & Whitening • Dental Implants • Emergency Dentistry • Wisdom Teeth • Orthodontics • TMD/TMJ Nobody should visit the dentist until they’ve read our FREE ‘2013 Pain-Free Report’ www.winfielddentalcentre.ca

Smile! Be ready for your school pictures!


Wednesday, September 11, 2013 Lake Country CalendarL

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Municipal Hall News September 11, 2013 OPEN FOR BUSINESS

The 2013 Business Walks are taking place through Lake Country in October in partnership with the Central Okanagan Economic Development Commission (COEDC) and the Lake Country Chamber of Commerce. Teams of Council, staff and Chamber representatives will be visiting businesses throughout Lake Country from 9am to 12pm on Tuesday, October 1st. This is a great opportunity for local businesspeople to meet their elected officials and tell them about the pulse of local business. The Province announced Lake Country as one of the 15 finalists for the 2013 Open for Business Awards, which recognize communities that support small business through local government measures in line with the principles of the BC Small Business Accord.

ACTIVITY GUIDE ONLINE

Come to the Pelmewash Parkway Plan Options Presentation Tuesday, September 24th (5-7pm) and look at the ideas and sketches that have been generated by the community so far. Provide YOUR feedback on the options developed from community input collected from your local businesses, neighbours and friends to date.

Have you registered yet for Fall/Winter programs starting this month? There are some exciting new fitness classes using the renovated facilities at Beasley Community Centre. Check out the digital Activity Guide brochure at www.lakecountry.bc.ca and register online.

Keep yourself current with the process and check out the input that has been collected to date: http://www.okanaganway.ca/pelmewash-parkway

PUBLIC NOTICE – PERMISSIVE TAX EXEMPTION Tuesday, October 1, 2013 | 7:00 pm | Council Chambers Municipal Hall 10150 Bottom Wood Lake Rd The Council of the District of Lake Country will be considering adoption of Tax Exemption Bylaw 875 and 876, 2013 for a five-year term. The tax exemption applies to the taxation period commencing in 2014, being January 1, 2014 and ending December 31, 2018. The meeting of Council is to be held October 1, 2013 at 7:00 pm in the Council Chambers, Lake Country Municipal Hall. For more information please contact Rose Bronswyk Kassa, CMA, Financial Services Manager 250-766-5650 (x210). Pursuant to Section 227 (1) & (2) of the Community Charter, the following information is provided with regard to the Bylaw: Registered owner/ Occupier Non Profit Groups:

Oyama Community Club – Occupier: Royal Canadian Legion & Comm. Club Oyama Community Club Community Hall Association of Okanagan Centre Crown Provincial – Occupier: Central Okanagan Rebroadcast Society Oceola Fish & Game Club Crown Provincial – Occupier: Oceola Fish & Game Club Winfield Memorial Hall Association BC Lions Society for Children with Disabilities Girl Guides Association Central Okanagan Division Camp Hatikvah Foundation Central Okanagan SD #23 – Cen. OK. Boys & Girls Club

Municipal Properties:

Dist. of Lake Country Dist. of Lake Country – Occupier: Curling Club, Horseshoe Club & Seniors Society Dist. of Lake Country – Occupier: LC Heritage & Cultural Society

Churches:

The Missionary Church St. Francis Anglican Church – Lake Country Kelowna Christian Centre Society St. Edwards - Roman Catholic Church Christian & Missionary Alliance BC Corp of Seventh Day Adventist Church Congregation of Wood Lake - United Church Wood Lake Congregation of Jehovah Witnesses

Municipal Tax Estimate

Civic Address or Legal

Description

2014

2015

2016

15710 Oyama Road Trask Road 11099 Maddock Avenue PTS E ½ SE ¼ sec 33, SW ¼ 11888 McGowan Road 10786 Highway 97 10130 Bottom Wood Lake Road 1790 Davidson Road 14750 Carr’s Landing Road 15800 Oyama Road 3130 Berry Road

Community Hall & 50% Legion Hall Community Hall & Park Community Hall Tower Site for Rebroadcast Fish & Game Club Bird Sanctuary Community Hall Camp Camp Camp Non Profit

$7,889 2,388 4,674 286 7,204 908 10,287 6,989 23,670 14,554 18,164

$8,125 2,459 4,814 295 7,420 936 10,595 7,198 24,381 14,991 18,709

$8,370 2,533 4,959 304 7,643 964 10,913 7,414 25,112 15,440 19,270

11063 Okanagan Centre Road E. 9830 Bottom Wood Lake Road 11255 Okanagan Centre Road W.

Future Fire Hall Site – Land Only Non Profit & Service Club Museum & Park

1,330 10,139 9,167

1,370 10,443 9,442

1,411 10,757 9,725

9460 Glenmore Road 10162 Newene Road 3110 Berry Road 11123 Okanagan Centre Road E. 12025 Oceola Road 11370 Bottom Wood Lake Road 3751 Woodsdale Road 10194 Bottom Wood Lake Road

Church Church Church Church Church Church Church Church Total Estimated Municipal Tax

1,848 1,903 1,960 1,263 1,301 1,340 2,735 2,817 2,901 5,637 5,806 5,980 2,587 2,665 2,745 2,448 2,522 2,597 2,279 2,348 2,418 5,081 5,233 5,390 $141,527 $145,773 $150,146


Lake Country Calendar, September 11, 2013