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The assessments are in and Cranbrook homes remain stable Submitted

As 2014 marks BC Assessment’s 40th anniversary, owners of more than 14,000 properties

in the City of Cranbrook and the surrounding area can expect to receive their 2014 assessment notices in the next few days.

“Most homes in Cranbrook are remaining stable in value compared to last year’s assessment roll,” said Rod Ravenstein,

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Kootenay Region Deputy Assessor. “Most home owners in the City of Cranbrook will see only modest changes depending on location. For example, a typical single family home in Cranbrook that was previously assessed at $250,000, was valued at $253,000 in the summer of 2013.” Overall, the City of Cranbrook’s Assessment Roll increased from $2.63 billion last year to $2.66 billion this year. This value reflects a modest change due to market movement as well as $24.5 million in growth due to subdivisions, rezoning and new construction. The examples below demonstrate local market trends for residential properties by geographic area; City of Cranbrook & Area. (Valuation dates

are taken in July 1 of the year.) City of Cranbrook $ 250,000 (2012) $ 253,000 (2013) Victoria Meadows/ Panorama $ 253,000 (2012) $ 261,000 (2013) Park Royal $ 348,000 (2012) $ 357,000 (2013) Anderson/Sylvan/ Summit $ 268,000 (2012) $ 279,000 (2013) Gyro Park $ 225,000 (2012) $ 223,000 (2013) Joseph Creek/ Brookview $ 234,000 (2012) $ 231,000 (2013) Southview $ 318,000 (2012) $ 328,000 (2013) Cranbrook Rural Fire Protection $ 300,000 (2012) $ 291,000 (2013) In addition, owners of commercial and indus- RecRuitment foR committees 2014 city of cRanbRook there are several opportunities for public participation and involvement in the city of cranbrook advisory committees listed below. membership is open to residents of the city of cranbrook. Economic DEvElopmEnt committEE the economic Development committee provides advice and recommendations to council on the city’s economic development strategy, cranbrook’s competitive position, emerging economic development priorities and opportunities, and ensuring a sustainable resilient economy. one position is available. applicants shall represent the following economic sector: energy and natural Resources; EnvironmEnt anD UtilitiEs committEE the environment and utilities committee provides advice and assistance to council in the enhancement, restoration, management and protection of the city’s utilities and its built and natural environments, as well as ensuring that the community is planned to provide for environmental sustainability. two positions are available. KEy city thEatrE sociEty the city of cranbrook appoints two of the nine directors of the key city theatre society. city appointed directors will be expected to provide regular reports to cranbrook city council on the operations of the key city theatre society. one position is available. terms of reference for all the committees are available on the city’s website – interested individuals are invited to submit a volunteer application form available at city hall or the city’s website – applications will be accepted at city hall (attention maryse leroux) or by email, no later than Friday, January 10, 2014 at 4:00 p.m. local time.

trial properties in the City of Cranbrook will see modest changes in the 0 to 5% range. “Property owners who feel that their property assessment does not reflect market value as of July 1, 2013 or see incorrect information on their notice should contact BC Assessment as indicated on their notice as soon as possible in January,” said Ravenstein. “If a property owner is still concerned about their assessment after speaking to one of our appraisers, they may submit a Notice of Complaint (Appeal) by January 31, for an independent review by a Property Assessment Review Panel,” added Ravenstein. The Property Assessment Review Panels, independent of BC Assessment, are appointed annually by the Ministry of Community, Sport and Cultural Development, and meet between February 1 and March 15 to hear formal complaints. The East Kootenay assessment office is located at Suite 200, 117 Cranbrook St North in Cranbrook. During the month of January, office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday to Friday. Property owners can contact BC Assessment toll-free at 1-866-valueBC (1-866825-8322) or online by clicking “CONNECT” at www.bcassessment. ca. Visit for more information about the 2014 Assessment Roll including lists of 2014’s top 100 most valuable residential properties across the province. Of note, 2014 is BC Assessment’s 40th anniversary, marking forty years of value to British Columbia. Facts on B.C. Property Assessments and the 2014 Assessment Roll. Total number of properties on the 2014 roll is 1,954,445, an approximate 1% increase from 2013. Total value of real estate on the 2014 roll is $1,141,848,449,910, a 1.35% increase from 2013. Total amount of ‘non-market change’, including new construction and development: approximately $17.54 billion, an increase of 5.38% from the 2013 roll of $16.64 billion.

In B.C., approx. 87.7% of all properties are classified with some residential (Class 1) component. This equates to over $864 billion of the value on the total provincial roll. Over 98% of property owners accept their property assessment without proceeding to a formal, independent review of their assessment. Assessments are the estimate of a property’s market value as of July 1, 2013 and physical condition as of October 31, 2013. This common valuation date ensures there is an equitable property assessment base for property taxation. Changes in property assessments reflect movement in the local real estate market and can vary greatly from property to property. When estimating a property’s market value, BC Assessment’s professional appraisers analyze current sales in the area, as well as considering other characteristics such as size, age, quality, condition, view and location. Real estate sales determine a property’s value which is reported annually by BC Assessment. Local governments and other taxing authorities are responsible for property taxation and, after determining their own budget needs this spring, will calculate property tax rates based on the assessment roll for their jurisdiction. BC Assessment’s assessment roll provides the foundation for local and provincial taxing authorities to raise more than $6.2 billion in property taxes each year. This revenue funds the many community services provided by local governments around the province, including the public school system. BC Assessment’s website provides a listing of property assessments and sales to help property owners understand their property’s market value and provide comparable sales information. Go to and click on the e-valueBC link. Copies of neighbourhood assessments are also available at local area offices and most municipal halls and government agent’s offices across the province.

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Bear hunt not necessary Submitted Wildsight has been engaged with grizzly bear population surveys as well as efforts to assure healthy grizzly bear populations in the region for several decades. While it is true that grizzly bear numbers are recovering in this region, it is a simplistic misrepresentation to suggest that recovery is complete and that a hunt is necessary to avoid grizzly encounters with humans. These conclusions are not supported by either detailed grizzly population data or the science of human bear-conflict. Population numbers can easily give the false impression of an overabundance of bears roaming the region. While approximately 900 grizzly bears do inhabit the Purcells and Rockies between the US border and Golden, these are sometimes broken into small isolated populations—particularly in the southern Purcells. Isolated populations are threatened with extinction. Fragmentation of populations remains a significant issue and there remains a dire need to create and maintain connectivity corridors with adjoining bear populations. The suggestion that hunting is necessary to protect people from grizzlies is misinformed and counter to all research on human-bear incidents. It has been consistently demonstrated that guns and the attempted use of lethal force lead to increased injuries of both humans and bears -- and are far less effective than bear spray. A recent Human-Bear Conflict Conference in Missoula – featuring leading researchers from across North America concluded that hunting 1510 - 2nd Street North, Cranbrook, BC, V1C 3L2 Telephone (250) 489-3455 Toll Free 1-800-665-2382 Classified E-Mail: Advertising E-Mail: Editorial E-Mail: Distribution Email: Open Mon. to Fri. 8:30 am to 5:00 pm

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Wildsight claims the grizzly bear population in the area is still recovering. does not reduce humanbear conflict. Most encounters arise when people come in proximity to bear food sources. Bear sightings have steadily increased in the valley since the return of kokanee to our river systems, but the vast majority of bears are neither encountered nor seen by residents, particularly if people practice bear smart management of waste and fruit trees. The incident of watching a bear consume a horse carcass is the result of poor livestock disposal, and it creates a risk to anyone unaware of the feeding sight. Gut piles left by hunters also lead to human-bear interactions. Bears do their best to avoid humans, unless it becomes a choice between food and confronting people. It is everyone’s responsibility to avoid bear habituation to human food sources. Increased sightings in urban areas are often associated with the failure of berry crops, and only a bear aware community will reduce conflicts. The majority of recorded grizzly mortality is not from hunting, but hunting does unnecessarily increase mor-

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talities. Currently, collisions with trains and highway vehicles represent significant causes of grizzly bear mortality. Human-bear interactions arising from poor management of waste and fruit trees also contribute. Wildsight’s vision for healthy wildlife populations calls for select wildlife sanctuary areas in the Rocky and Purcell Mountains, combined with habitat protection and corridor management. Grizzly bears remain threatened despite healthy populations in some areas of the East Kootenay. There is much work to be done to maintain connectivity. Wildsight focuses efforts on maintaining critical habitat and recovery corridors, particularly across Highway 3 in the Purcells and the Rockies. Hunting will not make people safer. There is no evidence to suggest that opening the hunt will address problem bears wandering near human habitation. We all need to become bear smart and take action on how we influence wildlife behavior.

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The Kootenay News Advertiser is a community East Kootenay newspaper featuring news of the best buys in the East Kootenay. Published every Monday and Friday at Cranbrook, BC by Black Press Group Ltd. Subscription rates for mailing outside the East Kootenay: $170 per year, $85 per 6 months and $42.50 per 3 month GST inclued. NOTICE OF COPYRIGHT - All rights reserved, entire contents copyright by Kootenay News Advertiser. (Registration No. 164 Serial No. 271043). Reproduction of editorial material or advertisements in whole or part is forbidden without written permission by the publisher. AGREEMENT - It is agreed by the advertiser that Kootenay News Advertiser will not be responsible for errors or omissions and will not be liable for any amount exceeding the space contracted for and then only the portion in which such error appeared. Kootenay News Advertiser is a family oriented community newspaper and therefore reserves the right to refuse any advertisement that in our opinion does not fit our focus. We cannot accept advertisements or letters to the editor criticizing or disparaging other advertisements, firms or individuals or any advertisements directed to a specific race or religion. The views of individuals expressed in Kootenay News Advertiser are not necessarily those of the publisher.

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Pacific Western Brewing (PWB), Official Sponsor of the 2015 Canada Winter Games, has begun the first of four BC-wide searches for Hometown Heroes. Kazuko Komatsu, owner and CEO of PWB, says: “We are honoured to support the goals of the 2015 Canada Winter Games by identifying and supporting athletes and community leaders and mentors who have shown the potential to become Canada’s future ambassadors.” Starting New Year’s Day and continuing until Jan. 31st, PWB is accepting applications in the first of four search rounds. Rounds two, three and four will begin April 1, Sept. 1, 2014 and Jan 1, 2015. In each round of the search a Hometown Hero will be selected from each of four regions – Northern BC, Greater Vancouver, Vancouver Island and the Okanagan/ Kootenays. “At least 16 heroes

We started this program in 2002 and we have supported many young athletes and other community heroes...,”

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will be selected from all regions of BC in four rounds leading up to the Games in February 2015,” Ms. Komatsu said. “Our heroes will be receiving bursaries representing a portion of PWB proceeds from the sale of our fine products. We started this program in 2002 and we have supported many young athletes and other community heroes whose extraordinary endeavours inspire us all.” Application to the Hometown Heroes program is open to any BC resident currently engaged in sports as an athlete or coach, or otherwise excelling in a community mentoring activity. Applicants must be at least 19 years old. Candidates will

demonstrate outstanding sportsmanship; proven interest, ability and passion in the pursuit of their sport; a dedication to their learning with a strong track record of academic success; and, a well-rounded lifestyle including community involvement. Application forms are available online at www. Two letters of recommendation by a non-relative should accompany the application. Email the application to: mail@ or mail to: Hometown Heroes Bursaries, PWB Foundation, 3876 Norland Avenue, Burnaby, BC V5G 4T9.




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Call for Columbia Basin Watershed Network committee members Submitted Are you a community champion inspired by water? Are you looking to meet and collaborate with new people, learn more about water stewardship and give back to communities of the Columbia Basin? The Columbia Basin Watershed Network

(CBWN) invites residents of the Columbia Basin to apply to be part of their volunteer steering committee. The CBWN works to support water stewardship groups by sharing knowledge, building skills, and facilitating community action in the Columbia Basin. It also promotes water

literacy, effective communication and networking amongst all sectors including communities, watershed groups, public agencies, First Nations, academic institutions, local governments and industry. “The current Steering Committee is made up of individuals who

bring multiple perspectives, depth of knowledge and expertise, and a strong willingness to collaborate in meeting the Columbia Basin Watershed Network’s strategic framework and priorities”, said Katie Burles, Network Coordinator. “Interested individuals need to have an invest-

Judges picked for writing competition Submitted The holidays are over, and many are probably ready to seek refuge from the season. Or, the gathering of family and friends could be the refuge that some have waited for all year long. Writers in the Kootenays (both adult and youth) can enter their reflections on Refuge in The Kootenay Literary Competition (KLC) until January 17, 2014. Substantial cash prizes and publication will be awarded to the winners at the KLC gala on March 14, 2014. Full competition details are available on the the website ( The competition judges have been finalized, and they represent a strong range of experience in creative writing and publish-

ing in the Kootenays. In the adult category, judge Susan Andrews Grace is the author of 5 books of poetry, a visual artist and creative writing instructor. Sioux Browning is a poet, screenwriter and professor in UBC’s online Masters program in creative writing. Tara Cunningham is the senior editor at Kootenay Mountain Culture Magazine, and a freelance editor. In the youth competition, judge Cyndi SandEveland is an author of juvenile fiction who has has received many award nominations and awards for her most recent works. Bill Metcalfe is a freelance writer who is published regularly in BC media, plus he is a freelance broadcaster for CBC radio. Together, the judges represent a range of how writing

CBAL announces Literacy Champion Award Submitted The Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy (CBAL) is launching its first annual Literacy Champion Award. They are inviting your nominations to honour individuals, organizations, or businesses for their support of literacy activities, being a strong advocate for literacy, and innovation and creativity which inspires others to learn. Nomination forms may be downloaded at or a form may be picked up at the CBAL office at 19 A 9th Avenue South or at the Cranbrook Public Library. The deadline for the nominations is January 15th 2014. Literacy refers to the

ability to understand and use printed information ub daily activity, at home, at work and in the community. The Literacy Advisory Council will choose a recipient and present the award on Family Literacy Day January 27th, 2014 at the Cranbrook Public Library. For more information contact CBAL Community Literacy Coordinator at 250417-2896 or Anna Jordan at 250-5812112 or e mail

touches our everyday lives, and some of the ways in which skillful writing helps us to understand the world more deeply. Each will offer that range of experience in reading the submissions to the competition and in

feedback to the winners. Questions about the competition can be emailed through the website (, or directed to Morty Mint at 250.352.7844.

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Medical and pension premiums set to increase over the year By Tom Fletcher Medical premiums for all but low-income B.C. residents go up again with the start of a new year. The B.C. government is increasing its Medical Services Plan premiums for the fifth straight year, by four per cent across the board. The Canadian Taxpayers’ Federation released its annual survey of tax and other payroll deductions Monday, calculating

that MSP premiums in B.C. have risen 28 per cent since 2010. Effective Jan. 1, the monthly health premium for a single person rises from $66.50 to $69.25. In 2014, families of two pay $125.50, up from $120.50, and families of three or more pay $138.50, up from $133.00. Many full-time employees have their MSP premiums paid by their employer. People earning $30,000 or less

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Offer(s) available on select new 2014 models through participating dealers to qualified customers who take delivery by January 2, 2014. Dealers may sell or lease for less. Some conditions apply. See dealer for complete details. All offers are subject to change without notice. Vehicles shown may include optional accessories and upgrades available at extra cost. All pricing includes delivery and destination fees up to $1,665, other fees and certain levies (including tire levies) and $100 A/C charge (where applicable) and excludes licensing, registration, insurance, other taxes and variable dealer administration fees (up to $699). Other dealer charges may be required at the time of purchase. Other lease and financing options also available. **0% purchase financing is available on select new 2013/2014 Kia models O.A.C. Terms vary by model and trim, see dealer for complete details. ¤ “Don’t Pay Until Spring” offer (150-day payment deferral) applies to purchase financing on select new 2014 models. No interest will accrue during the first 120 days of the finance contract. After this period, interest accrues and the purchaser will repay both the principal and interest monthly over the contract’s term. Cannot be combined with “up to $750 customer bonus”. §Up to $750 customer bonus is available on 2014 Cadenza ($750), 2013/2014 Rio4&5 door ($200), 2013/2014 Soul ($250), 2014 Forte ($250), 2013/2014 Optima/Optima Hybrid ($300), 2013/2014 Sportage ($300), 2014 Sorento ($375), 2014 Rondo ($300), 2014 Sedona ($400). Savings cannot be combined with Don’t Pay Until Spring offer, customer has the option of additional cash savings or payment deferral. Offer only available on finance terms, not cash or lease offers. ≠Bi-weekly finance payment O.A.C. for new 2014 Sorento 2.4L LX AT FWD (SR75BE) based on a selling price of $28,482 is $156 with an APR of 0% for 60 months, amortized over an 84-month period. Estimated remaining principal balance of $8,138 plus applicable taxes due at end of 60-month period. Retailer may sell for less. See dealer for full details. Cash purchase price for the new 2014 Forte LX MT (FO541E)/2014 Rondo LX MT (RN551E) is $13,502/$19,482 and includes a cash savings of $4,000 (which is deducted from the negotiated selling price before taxes and cannot be combined with special lease and finance offers). Retailer may sell for less. ‡$4,000 cash savings on the cash purchase of an eligible new 2014 Forte LX MT (FO541E)/2014 Rondo LX MT (RN551E) from a participating dealer between December 3, 2013-January 2, 2014, is deducted from the selling price before taxes and cannot be combined with special lease and finance offers including the Don’t Pay Until Spring offer. Some conditions apply. ∞NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Phase 1: the mail-in entry period for phase I begins on October 29, 2013, at 12:00:01 a.m. Eastern Time and ends on November 27, 2013, at 11:59:59 p.m. ET. The vehicle purchase entry period for phase I begins on November 1, 2013, at the start of regular business hours at participating Kia dealerships in Canada and ends at the close of regular business hours at participating dealerships on November 30, 2013. Phase 2: the mail-in entry period for phase 2 begins on November 26, 2013, at 12:00:01 a.m. Eastern Time and ends on December 26, 2013, at 11:59:59 p.m. ET. The vehicle purchase entry period for phase 2 begins on December 1, 2013, at the start of regular business hours at participating dealerships and ends at the close of regular business hours at participating dealerships on December 31, 2013. Open to age-of-majority residents of Canada. 60 Prizes (30 attributed to Phase 1 and 30 attributed to Phase 2), each consisting of a cheque that may range in value from $15,350 to $46,859. Odds of winning a Phase 1 Prize depend on the number of eligible Phase 1 Entries received before the applicable Phase 1 Draw Date. Odds of winning a Phase 2 Prize depend on the number of eligible Phase 2 Entries received before the applicable Phase 2 Draw Date. Skill-testing question required. For full contest rules and no-purchase entry details, visit ΔModel shown Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price for 2014 Sorento 3.3L EX AT AWD (SR75HE)/2014 Forte SX (FO748E)/2014 Rondo EX Luxury (RN756E) is $34,195/$26,195/$32,195. Highway/city fuel consumption is based on the 2014 Sorento LX 2.4L GDI 4-cyl (A/T)/2014 Forte 1.8L MPI 4-cyl (M/T)/2014 Rondo 2.0L GDI 4-cyl (M/T). These updated estimates are based on the Government of Canada’s approved criteria and testing methods. Refer to the EnerGuide Fuel Consumption Guide. Your actual fuel consumption will vary based on driving habits and other factors. Information in this advertisement is believed to be accurate at the time of printing. For more information on our 5-year warranty coverage, visit or call us at 1-877-542-2886. Kia is a trademark of Kia Motors Corporation.

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61,788 km

Auto, 4 cyl, 51,482 km




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K13_Q1_PR_AL_1005 Kia December Retail R1 Newspaper DAA West

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[ ACTION ] Delia Zaharelos

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Crew, 4x4, Leather

Auto, 4 cyl, only 96,798 km



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Crankbook Daily Townsman -December 3 (Ins Dec 05)

Auto, 4 cyl, hatchback, 27,601 km


5 spd, 4 cyl, only 44,395 km





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E-mail: DL No. 6340 1142 - 304th St., Kimberley, BC, V1A 3E1


Please contact Delia Zaharelos e: t: (647) 925.1382

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Black, Book, Ultra), Franchise (Regular), Gotham Condensed (Book, Book Italic),

2007 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN Arial (Regular), Wingdings 2 (Regular)

Dual climate, power pkg, 99,112 km

INNOCEAN WORLDWIDE CANADA, INC 662 King St West. Unit 101. Toronto ON M5V 1M7



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5 cyl, auto, hatchback, 63,582 km

Manual, 69,063 km



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Fourteen years have passed since you moved on Life here has a finite time You lit your candle of life at both ends, AND Oh!! What a light you gave off. Your smile, sense of humour, caringness, want for challenge, adventure & fun Were so strong, they ignited others I hope that you could see my love for you hidden behind my baggage and shadows That love is still strong and will shine forever. I am leaving symbols for your spirits at our old haunts Look for them They represent my never ending memories of you. I miss you son. Love Dad


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ABC Restaurant Harley Davidson of The Kootenays Heritage Inn Moyie Pub Sullivan Pub Tamarack Centre B104 & The Drive Cranbrook Kimberley Hospice Society and all who purchased a ticket

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Lost & Found Lost: fishing rod, blew out of truck about 1 km outside of Marysville towards Cranbrook, Dec. 26, around 3pm, whoever picked it up, please call (778)517-4502 (250)421-0308

Children Childcare Available Full/Part time Spots available, 20 months & up, structural program, licensed, subsidies welcome. Call (250)489-4668

Raymond Donald Seguin "Ray" 1935 - 2013 It is with deep sorrow that the family of Ray Seguin announces his passing on Tuesday, December 24, 2013 in Cranbrook, British Columbia at 78 years of age. Ray was born on March 13, 1935 in Potts Township, Northwestern Ontario, Canada to Yvonne Marie Seguin. He grew up on the farm where he learned about hard work. The lessons he learned there served him well throughout his life. From logger to tireman to heavy equipment mechanic to park ranger and everything in between, Ray was a jack-ofall-trades and a wonderful provider for his family whom he loved more than life itself. In 1957 Ray met and married Shelva Jean Coulson in Atikokan, Ontario. Together they raised 5 children, but many more were made to feel the welcoming embrace of their home. In 1979 Ray moved his family to Sparwood, BC and then to the Cranbrook area in 1993, where they lived until his passing. Ray is survived by his loving wife Shelva; daughters Charlene (Peter) Nelson, Debbie (Tim) Lyght, and sons Brian, Darryl (Stacy), and Justin (Kerri); grandchildren Kris, Amanda (Tim), Rachel (Clive), Michael (Britany) Ryerson, Mason, Aiden, Kayla, Kiana, Kinsey; and great grandchildren Jaxon, Owen and Rohn. He also leaves behind his brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, cousins, nieces, nephews and many dear friends to mourn his passing. The family would like to thank Dr. Wik and her emergency room staff for their diligent efforts in Ray's behalf, and for the gentleness and compassion they displayed in our behalf. Ray's funeral service was held on Friday, January 3, 2014 at 11:00 am at the Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-Day Saints (1301 - Pondersosa Drive) in Sparwood, BC. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the: Heart & Stroke Foundation of BC & Yukon, Okanagan/ Kootenays Area Office, #4, 1551 - Sutherland Avenue, Kelowna, British Columbia, V1Y 9M9 or the: Canadian Diabetes Association, PO Box 12013, Stn BRM B, Toronto, Ontario, M7Y 2L3. Arrangements entrusted to McPherson Funeral Service. Condolences for the family can be offered at:

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Tony Wideski 1959 - 2013 Tony Wideski of Cranbrook, BC passed away peacefully at home on Thursday, December 26, 2013 at the age of 54. Tony was born in Vancouver, BC to Anton and Joan Wideski on March 3, 1959. He graduated from BCIT in 1981. He had a long and fulfilling career with the Ministry Of Forests. During his years of service, Tony became an RPF, District Manager and ended his career as the Regional Executive Director. He was proud to be a part of this Province. Tony loved nature, from hunting to birding, he really enjoyed the outdoors. He loved everything the East Kootenays had to offer. He enjoyed gardening, hiking, golfing, snowshoeing, playing hockey and skiing. A proud, loving, caring, supportive husband and father, Tony was well respected in our community and will be missed by all who knew him. He is survived by his beautiful wife Pam, son Kurt, daughter-in-law Heather, daughter Kristy Biafore, son-in-law Anthony, sister Lori Chan and brother-in-law Kelvin. Tony was predeceased by his mother Joan Wideski. A Celebration Of Tony's life will be held on Saturday, January 11, 2014 at the Prestige Rocky Mountain Resort from 1:00 pm until 3:00 pm. In lieu of flowers, please make donations in Tony's honour to: Pancreatic Cancer Canada at Arrangements entrusted to McPherson Funeral Service. Condolences for the family can be offered at:


Walter Komar 1929 - 2013 Walter passed away peacefully on Sunday, December 29, 2013. He was born in Brandon, Manitoba October 24,1929. Walter worked some very interesting jobs including two seasons with a travelling circus as well as on a steam ship on the Great Lakes. He then joined CP Rail working as a locomotive engineer until retirement. As he would often tell you, the best times at the railroad were the steam engine days. Walter had a variety of interests and over the years collected many books on all sorts of subjects. Brian's introduction to the iPad opened the World Wide Web to Walter. He loved it and enjoyed it immensely. His only regret was that it happened when he was 83 and not 25 years earlier! He spent many hours surfing the net searching foods of the world, painting styles and other subjects. Walter loved to talk and had a memory that was unbelievable. He could talk for hours about places, incidents, news stories or of his railroad years and always with amazing accuracy. Thanks go out to Dr. Fourie. We have never met a more caring doctor. Thanks also to the staff in the Lakit Unit at Joseph Creek Care Village. Walter will be greatly missed by all who had the privilege of knowing him. Walter did not want a service but we will hold a celebration of his life at a later date. Should you wish to make a donation in Walter's name, please do so to either Cranbrook Hospice Society or go to Hungry for and donate to Dr. Cutler's International projects. Arrangements entrusted to McPherson Funeral Service. Condolences for the family can be offered at:

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Under the direction of the Manager of Accounting Services the successful candidate will be responsible to perform all job duties related to the preparation of pa\roll and beneÀt administration for all teaching and non-teaching personnel. To view a full job description, please visit our website at: http://www. A detailed resume including three professional references, must be received no later than Thursday, January 9, 2014 at 12 noon (MST). Please apply for this job only in the manner speciÀed by the employer, otherwise; your application will not be considered for the position: In Person: Darlene Soper School District No. 5 Southeast Kootenay 940 Industrial Road No. 1 Cranbrook, BC V1C 4C6 Telephone: 250-417-2056 Email: Note: Please quote posting number when applying for this position. The successful applicant will be subject to the terms of the Criminal Records Review Act. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

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Help Wanted Framing carpenter required, minimum 1 year experience, work in Sweetwater (Jaffray), must have own transportation. Wages DOE. To apply, call 1(250)270-0744 General Farm Worker. Knowledge of market garden operation an asset and attributes of candidate are to be energetic, ability to work in constant change, and a willingness to learn. Employment term April 22-Oct 31, 2014. Hourly salary $10.50/hr. Employment at Fort Steele Farm, Fort Steele, BC. Send resume to Box 10, Fort Steele, BC, V0B 1N0 or reply to Selkirk Beverages requires Class 1 or 3 driver with air. Please fax resume and drivers abstract to Selkirk Beverages, 250-426-8875, or drop off at 604 Industrial Rd C. We thank all who apply; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted. The Heritage Inn Hotel & Convention Centre is looking for a full time breakfast cook. Must have experience. Contact Collin Johnston, (250)489-4301

Professional/ Management DIVISION MANAGER Needed for trucking company. Position is Salmon Arm Based. Minimum 5 years verifiable experience in truck or supply chain management. Details on line @ or call 888-3572612 ext 230.



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Fitness/Exercise COME SEE the expanded show room at Flaman Fitness, we have Bow Flex gyms, Nautilus treadmills, bikes and elipticals. Plus we have a huge clearance section upstairs. We’re located on the strip downtown Cranbrook. Just look for the 7’ tall running man out front 250-426-2691



Snow Shovelling, Kitchens, Bathrooms, Painting, Flooring, Basements and More. WE DO THAT! Call Doug

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

Pets & Livestock


Randy’s Home Rejuvenations. All types of renovations & repairs. Portfolio & References. Cell (250)420-7471

Merchandise for Sale

$100 & Under

Misc. for Sale

Space Saver treadmill, like new, asking $100 obo. (250)426-4149

$200 & Under 7x16 alloy rims, $140. (250)426-5344 Coffee table, 2 end tables, chrome & glass, ex. cond., $150. (250)489-8448


One single bed, $150, available at the end of January, must have a down payment. Large RCA TV, $160, available immediately, TV in good cond. Contact Philip, (250)417-0609

$300 & Under **FREE**

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$400 & Under Farm Equipment Meadowbrook Horse Drawn Cart,

made of Oak, comes with brakes, also with double tree, like new, $2200 obo. (250)342-0617

1965 Cockshutt 4-cyl tractor with front loader & 3-pt hitch, with blade, brand new set of tire chains, good cond, $4000. Call (250)426-5831

Livestock PURE New Zealand meat rabbits. 250-428-2400. $50. www.rocksliderabbitr

Ford 9N comes with blade cultivator, spare back wheel, has power take off, runs good, $3000 obo Gary, (250)427-3027 or (250)427-6393


One of the Family Inc. 1996

When considering a kennel: • Over 40 years unsurpassed experience • Govt. Cert. trainer & K9 behaviourist on staff • Puppies are safely Bruiser #312938 socialized Breed: Domestic Short Hair Cross • Veterinarian referred Color: Brown Tabby • 25 pristine acres with 5 Sex: Male (Neutered) separate buildings for Age: Adult quality care of your Please call to adopt family pet

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Feed & Hay

Feed & Hay

Misc. Wanted Antlers Wanted,

Sheds & Sets, Elk & Deer. Call Rick 250-422-3444 **FREE** All Wanted ads are now FREE!!!! Call today to place your wanted ad 250-489-3455

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

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Pets 7 purebred English Springer Spaniel puppies, brown & white, ready to go, tails & dew claws done, $400. Call (250)581-0365

Ford farm tractor, 20 HP diesel, 4x4, front end loader & back blade, good cond,

$5700. 1(250)428-9606 Creston

$100 & Under 1-1/2 year old Pigmy Billy Goat, would make good pet or stud, $50. Ask for John, (250)428-4558 2 adorable 4 month old baby goats, Alpine Cross Pygmy, $50. Ask for John, (250)4284558


Run your classified ad in the $100 And Under classification and it’s


PAIR OF Cross Country skis, Swedish make, solid wood, $35. 2-8 gal milk cans, antiques, $75/each. 1 (250)4277456


Feed & Hay JAN. 6 JAN. 12

Slip Sliding Away? We carry Granit Grit and Ice Melt products that are Barley Range safer for you, your Whole pets and the Pellets Corn environment. $ 49 20 kg.............$1099 20 kg............. 11 2101 Cranbrook St. N., Cranbrook, BC (250) 489.4555 Closed Jan. 12 for inventory

The WonderMill Electric Grain Mill is the quietest and fastest grain mill available. You can create super-fine flour or coarse flour at temperatures that preserve nutrients, ensuring that you will always have the perfect flour for your food. $269.95 AUTHORIZED DEALER 250-428-6264

For Sale By Owner

Merchandise for Sale


World’s #1 Rated Electric Grain Mill

Musical Instruments

Feed & Hay Timothy straw for sale. Good feed supplement. 4’x5’ rounds, 800 lbs each, $30/bale, delivery available. Larry 1 (250)428-8980

2 sets of glasses, in carrying cases, very elegant, silver sparkles on glasses, 10 glasses all together, must see to appreciate, includes glass coasters, 5 Bone china cups w/saucers, also some wine glasses. $125 for all. Call (250)421-9975

Run your classified ad in the $200 And Under classification and it’s

Oak table with 6-chairs, 1leaf, $350. 1 (250)489-2561

Home Improvements

Bible Tutor, have M.A. in Christian Studies, $10/hour. (250)426-5779


BEACHCOMBER HOT TUBS save up to $4010 at the factory year end clearance event while stock lasts, plus we have 8 reconditioned hot tubs starting as low as $800. This month save 20% off HOT TUB COVERS. 100 Van Horne Street North Cranbrook 250426-7999 and RELAX IT’S A BEACHCOMBER

Merchandise for Sale


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Quality Stambulic built strata homes starting at just $279,000. You will find peace and quiet in one of our 3 bedroom, 2-1/2 bath homes, featuring 1500 sq ft plus partially developed basement, hardwood floors, jetted tub & spacious double carport. Located at 188 9th St S Quick possession available. To view call (250)426-4954 (250)421-0325

Mountain Man Outdoors

250-426-2717 1-800-796-4666

.325 Browning A-bolt composite stalker with B.O.S.S., Leupold scope & mounts optional, as new cond., $800 for the gun. (250)426-6566 WANTED: RIFLES, shotguns, restricted weapons, reloading equipment, decoys or any other shooting related items. Fully licensed. Glen 250-428-6750

Food Products Natural Ranch meats, available cuts: full, half, steaks, roasts, hamburger, jerky. (250)887-3060 leave message

Firewood/Fuel Logging truck loads of firewood, small diameter dry Fir, $1200. (250)421-9360 Order early, limited supply, Pine firewood, standing dry, BIG 7 axle loads, delivered 60 km radius of Galloway, $1400 per load. Out of area, call for pricing. (250)429-3248

Misc. for Sale Wanted:

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

Great family home for sale near Gyro Park on 1.5 lots. 5 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, detached single garage, carport, large fenced garden, fruit trees. Quick possession.

Asking $285,000 Call 250-417-1662.

Rentals Apt/Condo for Rent 2-bdrm condo, Ponderosa Manor, Sparwood. Insuite laundry, $850/mth + power + DD, n/s, n/p, n/parties, avail immed, (250)426-0227 Leave message Affordable & Reasonable Rent!!! 1 bedroom apartments! F/S, blinds, H/W, absolutely no pets, references, close to all amenities, (250)919-2075 (250)489-1015


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Apt/Condo for Rent

Antiques / Classics

Cars - Domestic

Hampshire Apartments, quiet convenient location, inc heat & hot water, n/s, n/p, 1bdrm, $600/mth; 2-bdrm, no stairs, $775/mth, Call (250)417-7379

1978 Cadillac Seville, 49,500 original miles, 1000 miles on new motor, good shape, runs great, $2750 obo. Call (250)919-1723


WILSHIRE Apartments, central location, incl heat, hot water, games room, sauna, hot tub, n/p, n/s, n/parties, 2-bdrm units, 250-417-7379

Duplex / 4 Plex Bright & spacious, 3-bdrm lower level unit in 4-plex at 1300 10A ST S, inc. small covered deck, covered parking & extra spot, also has outdoor storage, F/S, W/D, D/W, n/s, n/p, n/partiers, DD & ref. req., $1000/mth + electricity. (250)417-6755

Homes for Rent 2-bdrm house, Cranbrook, walking distance to schools & town, $900 + utilities, avail Jan 1, n/s, n/p. (250)426-5760 Completely renovated Heritage house, very close to downtown, COMPLETELY FURNISHED, warm in winter, cool in summer, 4-bdrms, 3 up & 1 down, 2 full bathrooms, beautiful hardwood floors + utilities. Call (250)417-6626 CUTE 2 bdrm house close to downtown. Fenced yard, single car garage, partial basement, W/D, F/S. Non smoking. Available immediately. $775 + utilities. 250-357-2599 SPARWOOD, 2-storey, 3bdrm townhouse for rent w/full basement, close to school & rec centre. (250)425-4448

Rooms for Rent Furnished room for rent, close to College of the Rockies Gold Creek Campus, $550/mo plus DD, avail immediately, n/s, n/p, n/parties. Call (250)489-5016 (250)919-4172 or email

Shared Accommodation

1979 El Camino SS, 350 motor, auto trans, p/s, p/b, p/dl, air, power bucket seats, Keystone Mags, ex. cond., white w/black interior, asking $9500.

Call after 6pm, (250)426-4311

1995 Mustang Convertible, 5L, 5-spd, black w/tan top, new wheels, tires, exhaust, stereo, many more upgrades, very fast, ex. cond., beautiful car, must see! $8500. Call (250)428-9606 Creston

Auto Financing

Suites, Lower 1-BDRM basement suite Cranbrook area, avail immed, private laundry & entrance, no parties, no smoking, $700/m util inc.(250)489-5013 Looking for 1 or 2 people to share our house, private entry to 1200 sq.ft. 2-bdrm daylight walk out basement, full height ceiling, large windows, renovated, fully furnished. Renters have own living room, kitchenette, bathroom, W/D, wifi. Shared backyard & parking, n/p, n/s, n/parties, backs onto creek, quiet respectful owners on main floor, $1200/mth for 2bdrms, inc. utilities, will consider single occupancy.(250)4265460

Townhouses For Sale or Rent. Newly renovated 3-bdrm townhouse, new carpets, cupboards & appliances, new paint, close to all amenities, n/p, n/parties, $1000/mth + DD or selling for $179,900. Call (250)426-4704


Antiques / Classics

1965 Chevrolet Chevelle 300 Deluxe Sedan, manual, RWD, perfect for the collector or even new driver, new paint, new brake cylinders & ball joints. Just passed BC inspection. Runs like A Top. $7000. (250)426-4034 1972 Chev show truck, 350 CID, auto, 2WD, column shift, bucket seats, nice paint, green with black interior, asking $11,900. 250-427-5895

2004 Chrysler Intrepid SE Sedan, auto, white, Stock #T14080B, $6995. Cranbrook Dodge, DL #30708, 1-888259-7039 2005 Buick Allure, good cond., all maintenance records, recent brakes, loaded, 170,000km, $4500. Call (250)489-4456 2005 GRAND PRIX. V6, immac. cond, 1 owner, purchased brand new & lady driven. Have all service records. Too many features to list, Remote start, pl, pw, ps, cruise, tilt, a/c. Widetrack suspension. Brand new Michelin Defender tires, brand new battery, brakes just done and car serviced recently. 193,000 km, all highway driven. Excellent, reliable car. $5,900 obo 250-402-6700 (near Kitchener). 2005 Mazda3 Sport, 4-cyl, auto, grey, FWD, Stock #H08091B, $7500. Spring Honda, DL #31110, 1-888638-4488

Need new wheels but your credit has run off the road? Apply online:

or call Travis at Northstar GM

250-489-4711 1-800-663-2307

1966 Rambler Ambassador 4-door station wagon, V8 auto, excellent inside & out, completely restored 1996, 97,000 original miles, asking $6800 obo. To view call (250)426-5371 1985 Corvette, white, 4-spd auto, 350 tune port injection, 169,000km, new tires, $8995 obo. (250)489-0193 1988 Mustang GT Cobra, 306, super charged 174 blower, all new MSD ignition, new 5-spd tranny, too much to list. $11,000. Call for more details, (250)421-9699 1994 Nissan Altima, new starter, alternator, battery with in the last 2 yrs, good on gas, $500 obo. After 6 pm 1 (250)426-9090

1996 Corvette Collector Edition, 160,000km, 2 roofs, auto, original paint, engine LT4, fully loaded,ex cond, asking $16,000 obo. (250)426-3802 1998 Cadillac Catera, 160,000km, beige with beige leather, sunroof, heated front/rear seats, cassette/CD & more, 30+ mpg hwy, $4500. (250)426-7041 1998 Subaru Forester AWD, well maintained, new timing belt, battery, windshield, no rust, 220,000 km, $5000. (250)346-3378 2003 Crown Vic, 110,000 km, A-1 condition, summer & winter tires, power everything, $7500 obo. (250)426-1961 2004 Mazda 3, 187,000 km, has some body damage, $2800. (250)427-0158 or (250)919-2274

2005 PT Cruiser, 140,000 km, ex. cond., sunroof, leather interior, 5-spd, excellent mileage $3900. (250)426-4752 2006 Hyundai Tiburon SE, silver, 2.0L Inline4, 5-spd manual, FWD, Stock #T3237A, $5854. Denham Ford, DL #30786, 1-800-663-3839 2006 Volkswagen Jetta Sedan, 4-cyl auto, grey, Stock #16013A, $12,865. Melody Motors, DL #5248, 1-888-7032211 2007 Ford Edge SEL Plus, AWD, white, 3.5L V6, 6-spd auto, AWD, Stock #P2036A, $15,995. Denham Ford, DL #30786, 1-800-663-3839. 2007 Ford Focus, black, 2.0L Inline4, 5-spd manual, FWD, Stock #P2036Z, $7995. Denham Ford, DL #30786, 1-800663-3839 2007 Hyundai Santa Fe SE AWD, black, 3.3L V6, 5-spd auto, Stock #T4004A $8,995. Denham Ford, DL #30786, 1800-663-3839

2007 Mazda CX7 AWD, 2.3L turbo, 6-speed auto with sport shifter, A/C, CD player, 18” alloy wheels. New turbo and windshield, no accidents. Mechanics special. Runs great but uses oil. My loss is your gain. $6,500.00 OBO. Call 250-829-0677 2007 Toyota Camry SE, 4-cyl auto, grey, FWD, Stock #H04155A, $13,500. Spring Honda, DL #31110, 1-888638-4488 2007 Toyota Corolla, Sports Edition, 100,000 km, ex. cond., standard, $10,000 obo. (250)421-3311 2008 Ford Focus, black, 2-dr standard, 96,000 km, 4-winter tires w/rims, remote starter, $9500 obo. (250)489-1310




Cars - Domestic




2008 Chrysler 300C Limited AWD Sedan, auto, black, Stock #C14120A, $16,995. Cranbrook Dodge, DL #30708, 1-888-259-7039

2004 Harley Davidson Heritage Soft Tail Classic, ex cond., 64,000km, $11,500 obo. After 6pm, (250)426-1836

1999 Corsair 5th Wheel trailer, 30’, 2 slideouts, tandem axle, ex. cond., $11,000 obo. Call Audrey, (250)417-3431 1999 Corsair Excella 28.5’, all season 5th wheel trailer, full set of skirting, well made, beautiful interior, many options (built in vac, AC, MW, awning), perfect snowbird/park unit, $12,500 obo, hitch also available. (250)426-2671 2001 26’ Vanguard, parked on for last 10 years, no bush km since 2003. New roof, 2-yr old awning, double bed in front, Jack & Jill bunks in rear, sleeps 6 comfortably (can accommodate 8), asking $11,000. Call or text, (250)421-1597

2011 22’ Regal motorhome on Ford 350 Chassis, only 35,000 km, asking $52,000. (250)4282739 2011 36’ Outback Sidney Addition 5th Wheel, 4 slides, ex. cond., extended warranty until 2017, $32,000. (250)919-7185

2003 Toyota Corolla CE, everything works, new cruise, shocks & struts, wheel covers, 215,000km, includes winter tires on rims $6000. (250)426-8867

Cars - Domestic

ROOMS for rent, incl util. Must be working or college student, $425 & $485/mo. Available immediately. (250)426-2479


2008 Hyundai Accent, 2-dr hatchback, standard, black, fully loaded, FWD, ex. cond., c/w set of new winter tires, 147,000 km, $6500 obo. (250)919-3648 2009 Chevrolet HHR LS, 4cyl, auto, grey, FWD, Stock #H800089A, $7700. Spring Honda, DL #31110, 1-888638-4488 2009 Dodge Challenger 2-dr Coupe, 5.7L, silver, Stock #X293485B, $24,495. Alpine Toyota, DL #30845. Call for more info, 1-888-418-4798 2009 Mitsubishi Lancer SE, 4-cyl, manual, white, FWD, Stock #H05538B $13,700. Spring Honda, DL #31110, 1888-638-4488 2009 Nissan Cube 4-cyl, auto, FWD, red, Stock #H00022A, $11,300. Spring Honda. DL #31110, 1-888-638-4488 2010 Chevrolet Malibu Sedan, auto, brown, Stock #C010715A, $13,999. Alpine Toyota, DL #30845, 1-888418-4798 2010 Chrysler 300 Touring Sedan, 4-spd Auto, White, Stock #T14009A, $15,995. Cranbrook Dodge, DL #30708, 1-888-259-7039 2010 Lincoln MKZ, AWD, fully loaded, 55,000km, Stock #NNN459, $27,360. Melody Motors, DL #5248, (250)4274224 2011 Kia Forte SX Luxury Coupe, 2.4L, 6-spd auto, blue, Stock #5366105, $17,999. Alpine Toyota, DL #30845. 1888-418-4798

Mercury Topaz, 4-cyl, ex. cond., standard, 5-spd, 50 miles per gal $2500 obo. (250)426-4752

2006 CR125, very well maintained, brand new FMF pipe & silencer & rad valve, $2700 obo. (250)421-8126 2007 Harley Davidson Dyna Low-Rider, burgundy/cream, 55,000km, must see to appreciate, asking $9000. (250)4895445 2008 KLR 650, 11,000km, near mint, w/extras & bags, $3650 obo. Evenings (403)836-3786 2012 KTM150XC, mint cond, barely used, bought July 2012, $6400 obo. 2012 KX100, great cond., bought July 2012, $4000 obo. Neither bike used this season. (250)426-7980 Wells Cargo bike cargo trailer, 1500 lb torsion axle, wheel chock, 6 tie points, loading ramp, 6x6x10, $3000. (250)464-0207

Off Road Vehicles 2009 Polaris Scrambler 500, 4WD, ex cond, $4300 obo. After 5:30 (250)489-8355

Camoplast tracks for 700 Yamaha Grizzly, used 6 times, save $1300, sell for $3000. Also 2007 700 Grizzly EPS, $5500. Also Warn 54’’ snowblade $500. (250)428-9606

Recreational/Sale 1970’s Vanguard 8’ truck camper, good cond., $400 obo. (250)426-1887 or call (250)426-9422 1979 21’ Ford motorhome, needs work inside & out, materials supplied, F/S, oven, bathroom, furnace, shower, seats 8, sleeps 6, only has 68,000 miles on motorhome. $850 firm, as is, where is. (250)426-7614 1984 28’ Winnebago, 454 CID Chevy auto, 68,500 original miles, must see to appreciate, for a list of features. (250)9190125, (250)426-5666 1991 26’ Rustler, Jack & Jill bunks, front kitchen, fold out couch, air, full bath, new water pump, newer HW tank, new battery, sleeps-6, $6600 obo. (250)426-5653 1991 29’ Wilderness trailer, everything runs, in good cond., lots of upgrades, $7000. (250)420-1802

Cars - Sports & Imports 1989 BMW 325i Convertible, all black, 140,000 original km, original owner, great shape, $7500 obo. (250)919-1723

Commercial Vehicles 1993 Western Star tandem dump truck with new hoist cylinder, front differential, rear leaf springs, front tires, king pins, batteries & rebuilt engine, 18-spd split shift, $21,000. (250)417-6543 45’ Commercial transport van, heated, new 24.5 rubber, $5500. (250)489-8794

Motorcycles 1982 Honda Interstate, 1100cc, A1 shape, 62,372km, inc. trailer, asking $6500. Call Henry, (250)428-3545 1998 Suzuki Intruder 1500, 40,000km on rebuilt engine & transmission, hard bags, windscreen, auxiliary gas tank, Stage 3 carbs, set up for touring, $7000. (250)464-0207 1999 Harley Davidson Sportster 1200 cc, custom built, 39,000km, $8000 obo. (250)489-1310 2001 Harley 1200 Sportster, 100th Anniversary Edition, needs inspection, $5500. Call (250)417-5530 2008 Honda CRF250X, $4800 obo Barely used less than 200 km (250)427-7229

1991 Dodge Ram Cummins diesel & 2010 Adventure camper. 140 watt solar panel, television, skylight, surround sound stereo system inside & out. $32,000 obo for both. (250)427-6806 1992 37’ Class A motorhome for sale, A1 shape, fully loaded, $24,500. Consider vehicle on trade. (250)489-8794 1992 Prowler 19’ holiday trailer, good cond., inside like new, double axle, $5800 obo. (250)489-5798 1994 30’ Dutchman 4 Seasons 5th Wheel, new awning, walk around queen bed up front, slide out rear kitchen, sleeps 6, new batteries, new propane tanks inspected 2009, good tires, $9000 obo. Nadine or Graham Beam, (250)426-7400 1997 22’ Westwind 5th Wheel, clean cond. throughout, working stove/oven, electric/gas fridge, air, furnace, solar panel, microwave, sleeps 6, dual wheels, spare tire, awning, outside shower, $8000. (250)489-3741 1997 Vanguard Wrangler 5th wheel, 26’, hitch included, asking $8000. (250)426-5535

2003/2004 32’ Endura Class C Gulfstream motorhome, 454 motor/Genset, ex. shape, 3104 6th St S, worth $64,900, asking $45,000. (250)919-6665 2004 24’ Pioneer travel trailer, island bed, as new cond., $11,000. Or trade for motorhome. (250)428-9606 Creston 2004 30’ Arctic Fox, 4 season all weather coach, 2 slides, solid oak cabinets, ex. cond., asking $20,000 obo.(250)4266550 2004 Terry 5th Wheel, 29-1/2’ with slide, air, 8 cu.ft. fridge, microwave, stove, oven, back bedroom with bunks, queensize bed in master bedroom with bathroom, tub, shower, pull out couch, can sleep up to 8 people, plenty of cupboard space, in good shape, asking $18,000. 1 (250)402-3583 2004 Terry Quantum 32’ 5th Wheel trailer, immaculate, 2 slides, queen bed, 3-way fridge, 3-burner stove w/oven, microwave, gas/electric hot water heater, gas furnace, 2 TV’s, excellent & clean cond., $21,500 obo. (250)426-8178 2005 29’ Holiday trailer, equipped with solar panels, 285 watts, 2000 watt inverter, large slide w/awning, dual wheels, mint cond., $16,000 obo. (250)342-6805

2007 Hi-LOW 22’ tandem trailer, fully self contained w/fridge, stove, air, solar panel & much more. Very rare in this area. Design allows for compact mode when traveling so wind resistance is very low & better on your vehicle for gas consumption. Always stored under cover when not in use. $18,000. (250)489-4748

8’ cab over Vanguard camper, c/w 3-way fridge, stove, furnace, fold-out steps, sleeps 4, great for fishing trips & weekend getaways, needs some TLC, $1000 obo. (250)417-3237 BIG FOOT 2500 camper, 9.5’, Happy jacks, solar panel, Fantastic fan, 2-batteries, 2-propane takes, pot, pans, dishes, bedding, rose & blue decor, always under cover, no pets, non smoking, in floor heating, outside shower, very clean & great cond, Reduced to $13,000 obo. (250)429-3113 ONLINE RV DEALS Over 200 new & used motorhomes, 5th wheels, trailers & campers. 0 down financing. Trades accepted. BC’s LARGEST Dealer. Voyager RV Centre, Hwy 97 Winfield. Toll free 1-800-668-1447 Reduced by $1200. Camping & Hunting. Truck & camper, rebuilt motor, trans, drive shaft, 8000lb winch, new water pump, alternator, power steering pump, master cylinder, shocks, 3-way fridge, stove, heater, many more, asking $4700, may consider trades.Call Ray,(250)489-5038 Truck camper, 10.5’, shower etc., clean, no leaks, good cond. for 3/4 ton or 1 ton truck, $2200. (250)423-0328 Vanguard trailer, 24’, 1983, new awning, new tires, resealed roof & windows, good cond, sleeps-6, $5200. 1 (250)420-7436

Snowmobiles 1999 Ski-Doo 670 long track, good cond., $2000 obo. (778)517-4508

Sport Utility Vehicle 1994 Ford Explorer 4-dr, 4x4, blue, $2000 obo. (250)4275325 1998 Toyota 4Runner SR5 V6 engine. 4DR 4X4 green with PS/PB/Power windows, cruise control, winter rated tires, trailer hitch. In excellent condition with 330,000 Km . $4800 OBO 250-430-7446 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee, 4L, auto, 4WD, Champagne, 235,500km, $5000. Call (250)423-3465

2001 Chevrolet Tracker 4x4, auto, 2-dr, soft top, air, p/w, remote start, good cond., $5500 obo. (250)278-0651 2008 Jayco toy hauler, 29’, used 10 times, loaded, 12’ garage. Call for more information. $27,000 or will take classic muscle or hot rod on trade. (250)426-3568 2010 24’ Hideout, new cond, walk around queen, Jack & Jill beds, air, indoor outdoor speakers, 19’ flat screen stereo/CD/DVD, sleeps-7, hitch inc. $13,000 obo. (250)489-5855 2010 Springdale 26-1/2’, 1/2 ton towable, slide, sleeps 6, used 7x, loaded, $18,000 obo. (250)489-8885 Lance 11’9” side door camper, loaded, ex. cond., $18,500 no tax. (250)426-5118

2001 Ford Explorer XLS, 4WD V6, low km, no rust, great shape, good tires, new battery, $3500. (250)426-5765 2002 Ford Explorer SUV, green, low mileage, immaculate throughout, new stereo & CD player, 1 year wear on winter tires, new brakes, $7000 obo. (250)425-6380 2005 Honda CRV, 4WD, auto, new tires, great cond., 160,000km, asking $8800. (250)489-3147 (250)421-7479 2007 Chevrolet Equinox AWD LT SUV, 3.4L 6 Cyl, AWD, 5-spd auto, red, Stock #61438B, $16,497. North Star GM, DL #5717, 1-800-6632307

Kootenay News Advertiser Monday, January 6, 2014 A13





Sport Utility Vehicle

Trucks & Vans

Trucks & Vans

Trucks & Vans


4x4, auto, 4.7L 8-cyl, loaded, 6-CD player, DVD, seats 8, leather, heated seats, much more, 120,000 miles, great cond, maintenance receipts,

A STEAL OF A DEAL AT $13,500 firm (250)427-3228

2006 Nissan X-Trail Bona Vista Edition SUV, very good cond., 70,000km, AWD, 2.5L 4-cyl auto, roof racks, sunroof, fog lights, alloy wheels w/newer tires, new battery, heated seats, 6-CD player, iPod connector, wired for navigation, asking $16,900. Reduced to $15,900 (250)426-3581 or (250)919-8795 2007 Dodge Nitro SXT, V6, auto, orange, 4WD, Stock #05313B, $13,791. Melody Motors, DL #5248, Call (250)427-4224 2007 Hyundai Tucson GLS 4dr 4x4, brown, 2.7L V6, 4-spd, auto, Stock #P2039, $13,995. Denham Ford, DL #30786, 1-800-663-3839 2008 Mazda Tribute SUV, loaded, leather, heated seats, sunroof, winter & summer tires, 85,000 km, ex. cond., $14,900 obo. (250)426-9753 2011 Toyota Sequoia Platinum 4x4, new tires, navigation, DVD, auto, red, Stock #X324167A, $47,885. Alpine Toyota, DL #30845, 1-888418-4798 2013 Chevrolet Tahoe LS SUV, auto, white, Stock #R274343, $36,995. Alpine Toyota, DL #30845, 1-888418-4798 Silver 2007 Chevy Trailblazer, 4.2L Vortec, auto, 4WD, p/w, p/b, p/s, p/seats, command start, Alpine stereo, 150,000km, $11,000. Call Monday-Saturday, 9-5pm, (250)428-7538

Trucks & Vans 1982 Ford F250 farm truck, 6cyl, in everyday use, offers? 1982 Dodge Rampage, in everyday use, make offer (250)489-5798 1984 S10 Blazer, 4x4, 350 V8, 700 rear transmission, 9 bolt Curry rear end, $6000. (250)427-7094 1986 Ford Ranger Ext cab, 4cyl, 5-spd, snow tires, tool box, ex. cond., $850 obo. (250)489-8009 1986 GMC Sierra, 2WD, 305, short box, everything original, located in Fernie, $1100. (250)464-4131 1987 BLAZER K-5, V8, 4x4, 40,000 original miles, ex. shape, California car, $7000. (250)427-7094 1991 Dodge Ram Charger 4x4, c/w spare 318 motor, $800. (250)426-5831 1992 Ford Aerostar XLT, runs great, $700 obo. Call (250)919-1043 1992 GMC Sierra 1500, standard trans., RWD, canopy, 155,169km, asking $5000. (250)426-2358 1993 Chev Silverado 1500 Ext cab 2x4, 350, 4-spd auto, hard cover, running boards, Michelins, tow package, 288 K, runs great, $3200 obo. (250)402-6043 Creston 1993 Ford F150 4x4, auto, CD, low km 105,000km, one owner, 4 Arctic Claw winters, $5000 obo or trades (250)4891628 1993 Toyota pickup, 4WD, w/canopy, needs body work, runs great, $2200. Call (250)417-3143 1994 Ford Ext cab, 4WD, 5-spd standard, $800. (250)427-4856 2001 Honda Odyssey, great family van, 140,000km, asking $6500. (250)489-0725

1995 Chevrolet pickup, pretty blue color, 2WD, canopy, 4 new winter tires plus 4 summers on rims, well maintained, ex. cond., no rust, 117,000km, $4500. (250)429-3435 1996 Dodge Cummins diesel dually, 4x4, 1 ton, trailer hauler, endless list of custom work done, extras, too much to list, mint cond, low km, completely refurbished, new everything $20,000. (250)489-8151

1997 CHEV SILVERADO 1500 ext cab, 2WD, short box, 152,556 km, 5.7L, new tires, brakes, battery, extra alloys, c/w new tires, raised canopy, running boards, cassette/CD, brake controller,

$6000. (250)426-2473

1998 GMC 3/4 ton 4x4, ext cab, long box, good running cond, new parts added on to unit, $3500 obo. After 4 pm (250)426-1925 1999 Dodge Ram, 5.7 L Cummins diesel, 388,000km, 2 sets tires & rims, has some rust, too many options to list, $5000 obo. (250)919-6558

1999 GMC Sierra 2WD, Deluxe Chrome Package, New Brakes, Trailer Tow Package, New Alpine Stereo w/Sub, Excellent Shape, 189,500km,

Asking $5250 OBO Brad 250-417-9289

2000 RED Ford F-150 4x4, 4.6 L, canopy, trailer pkg, remote start, auto, super crew, 217,000 km, $5000 obo, pictures on Kijiji. (250)427-6286 2001 Dodge Caravan SE Van, 4-spd auto, Stock #T13233B, $4995. Cranbrook Dodge, DL #30708, 1-888-259-7039 2001 Silverado 2500 HD Ext cab, 4x4, 8.1 L engine, Allison trans., roll & lock box cover, 116,000km, ex. cond., asking $11,000. (250)421-3556 2002 Dodge Ram 3500 Dually Quad cab sport, 4x4, 5.9L diesel, 6-spd standard, 164,000 km, long box, spray in box liner, Luke’s Link Track Bar, running boards, new batteries, new windshield, asking $17,000 obo. Jim (250)4269020 or

2003 F150 XLT 4X4 Supercab

6.5’ box, white, 4.6, air, pw, canopy, good cond, hitch receiver & brake controller, 307,000km, $4,000 (250)489-3128 2003 GMC Safari full size van, 3 rows of seating, AWD, auto, ex. cond. in & out, good tires, needs new motor, located in Cranbrook, $1000 obo. Call (250)304-7646 2003 Toyota Tundra 4x4, 260,000 km, well maintained, good cond., $10,500 obo. (250)489-0771 2005 Ford Freestar 4-dr Sport, V6, auto, Stock #13713A, $7335. Melody Motors, DL #5248, 1-888-7032211

2003 GMC 1500,

regular cab, newly rebuilt 5-spd manual trans. & clutch 4x4, options available, canopy, very good cond., 229,000km,

$5995 obo (250)427-7171 (250)464-5214

2003 GMC Safari Wheel Chair Lift Van 195,000 km, AWD Excellent Condition New Shocks, New Battery New seat covers New winter tires on steel rims Summer tires mounted on better looking rims $10,000 obo (250)428-9873

2003 GMC Sierra 2500 SLT 4x4,

auto, 6” lift, great shape, well maintained, no rust, 2 sets tires & rims, dual exhaust, cold air intake,

$13,000 obo (250)417-9120

2005 GMC 3500 1-ton, Scott aluminum 12’ box w/flip down sides, Tommy lift gate, 2000lb capacity, certified, $18,000 obo. (250)427-3350 2005 Toyota Tacoma, V6, 4-dr, 4x4, 6-spd std, ex. cond., Tonneau cover, spare set of custom rims, $12,000 obo. (250)428-4719 (250)428-6843



Trucks & Vans

Trucks & Vans

Quad trailer, 8’x10’, 15’’ wheels, spare tire, removable sides, 3500 lb axle, $1500. (250)425-5032

2008 Dodge Sprinter Van 2500, auto, white, Stock #U1699A, $23,995. Cranbrook Dodge, DL #30708, 1-888259-7039

Wells Cargo bike cargo trailer, 1500 lb torsion axle, wheel chock, 6 tie points, loading ramp, 6x6x10, $3000. (250)464-0207 Clean 2007 Chev Uplander Van. New snow tires & well maintained. 137,000 miles, seats 7 , heated mirrors, P/S P/B, Stereo A/C, test drive available. Asking $6200 OBO. 250-421-7066

2009 Toyota Sienna van for sale, tan in color, 8 passenger, runs excellent, body in very good shape, new winter tires installed in December, original owner, 195,000 km, $11,500. (250)428-6264 2010 Ford F-150, 4x4 ext cab, loaded. Also other good used trucks. 1 (250)427-6199 2010 Ford F150 Supercrew, 8-cyl, auto, diesel, blue, AWD, Stock #05913A, $24,838. Melody Motors, DL #5248. (250)427-4224

2006 F150 Lariat Crew Cab 4x4, 150,000km, black on black, leather, DVD, sunroof, Tonneau, loaded, p/everything, heated seats, Showroom cond, $23,000 obo. (250)464-1330 2006 Ford F150 Supercab, 4x4, p/w, air, new rubber, clean, $14,000. Leave message, (250)427-5162 2006 Ford Ranger Supercab, auto, V6, air, keyless entry, all services done, c/w Leer canopy, $5800. (250)428-0108 2006 GMC Sierra 1500 SLE, 4.8L, 8-cyl, 4WD, 4-spd auto, grey, Stock #CK5511A, $11,953. North Star Motors, DL #5717, 1-800-663-2307 2006 GMC Sierra 2500 HD SLE, 6.0L, 8-cyl, tan, Stock #TK2642C, $14,495. North Star, DL #5717, 1-800-6632307 2007 F150 RC longbox, Triton V8, 2WD, auto, tow package, cruise, air, p/w, c/w matching Raider canopy, 176,000 km, well maintained, $6800. (250)428-0108 2007 Ford F-150 XLT, 5.4L, 8Cyl, 4WD, 4-spd auto, green, Stock #1P0099B, $19,995. North Star GM, DL #5717, 1800-663-2307

Thank you!

The Kootenay Advertiser would like to thank everyone for keeping their sidewalks shovelled for our carriers. Remember, if your sidewalk isn’t shovelled, your carrier may not be able to get through.

Utility Trailers

2008 DODGE Ram, 3500, 4x4 crew cab, loaded w/8’ box,$30,000. Good used work trucks. 1(250)427-6199

2005 GMC Sierra 4x4 Extended Cab HD 2500, 8’ box, auto, air, CD player, 120V inverter, trailer towing package, 370,000km, well maintained, $6800. Call after 5pm, (250)489-5068 2006 Chevrolet Silverado 1500, 5.3L, 8-cyl, 4WD, 4-spd auto, gold, Stock #61391B, $12,973. North Star Motors, DL #5717, 1-800-663-2307 2006 Chevy Silverado 4.8L, crewcab, 4x4, short box, new tires/glass, ex cond, 186,000 km, asking $11,900 obo. (250)426-4624 please leave msg


Fiberglass Range Rider Canopy,

63”x99”, Serial #3896-1, $500. (250)489-3568

Utility Trailers

Hunter’s Special: 1980 Chev pickup, with Okanagan camper, great shape, comes with canopy, $3500. (250)421-9160

12x6 dual axle utility trailer, newly done, perfect for ATV’s or whatever use, $1500 obo. 1 (250)421-8434

Utility trailer, 4’2’’x7’3’’ long, 2’ high with 14’’ wide tires, $1000. (250)426-7169, 9195361

Flatdeck trailer, 16’x8’, heavy duty, double axle, new tires & spring shackles, $3500 obo. (250)489-5798

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Things to See & Do To Place a listing in our community news section: 1. open to all clubs and nonprofit organizations. 2. Post your event online at (calendar). events appear on our website oNlY. If you wish your event to be published in the paper please submit to our front desk or email: 3. Notices are published as space permits and for the current week only. This is not a guarantee of publication. We reserve the right to edit information.

JANUARY 10 FaMIlY ScIeNce NIGHT starts January 14 for parents wanting to help their 9-12 year old succceed in science. Parents & children have fun exploring science. cBal sponsored at the cranborok library. The program runs every Tuesday from Jan. 14-Feb. 18 form 6:30pm-8pm at th eManual Trainign School (cranbrook library). free & snacks included. Preregisration required: anna, 250-581-2112 or wccranbrook@ before January 10. HaBITaT For HuMaNITY craNBrook ProJecT open House at 7:30 pm at 120 7th ave. S. In cranbrook. Find out how you, your family, business or organization can become involved in this worthwhile project. chief operating officer

from Habitat For Humanity canada Mark rodgers, along with representatives from the West kootenay and Boundary affiliatess, will be in attendance to answer any questions about the cranbrook Project or Habitat For Humanity in general.

JANUARY 11 locals coffee House at Studio Stage Door in cranbrook at 7:30 pm sharp. advance Tickets available at lotus Books. Tickets will also be available at the door if the show is not sold out.

JANUARY 13 aBreaST IN THe rockIeS Dragonboat association annual general meeting, 7 pm, Mt. Baker School library. Interested paddlers welcome.


TIoN: at 7:00 at the Superstore community room (Beside Photo lab). We welcome some new members tonight and would love to have you join us. For further information, please call Norma at 250-4266111. HarleY oWNerS GrouP: Meet the first Tuesday of the month at 7 pm at Harley Davidson of the kootenays, all enthusiasts welcome, Wayne Schell, 426-8795. are You INTereSTeD in turning rocks into gems...? cBk rock and Gems of the kootenays is interested in new members. Frank 421-1177, Barb 426-5623. PlaY BINGo everY WeD - SaTurDaY at rocky Mountain Bingo (next to the Memorial arena). Doors open at 5:00, games start at 6:30. For more information call 250.426.4545 and your call will be answered on the next Bingo night. callING all FISHer MeN & WoMeN! Have a passion for fishing & like to learn more about all types of anglign? The cranbrook rocky Mountain Fly Fishing club meets every second Tuesday of the month. 250-4895856 for information. eaST kooTeNaY BaHa’IS welcome you to interfaith devotional gatherings which include prayers & readings from all the world’s religions; interspersed with music. For times & place in your area please contact: 417-0223, 426-4081, 344-6991,, ScouTS caNaDa SeekS adult & youth for its exciting programs Programs include: Beavers: ages 5-7, cubs: 8-10, Scouts; 11-14, venturers: 14-17 & rovers: 18-26 years. To join or apply to be a volunteer: 1-888-726-8876 or THe coMPaSSIoNaTe FrIeNDS. change of time for meetings. Meetings are 2nd Tuesday of the month at 4:00pm at the east kootenay child care resource and referral Boardroom (in the Baker Street Mall parking lot) For more information call laura @ 250 489-1000 or Diane @ 250 489-0154 BoreD THIS SuMMer? looking for something to do? Two non-profit societies

are looking for help at evening bingo’s. No special training required. For more information contact stacey at 250-489-3114 ext 227 eaST kooTeNaY aDDIcTIoN ServIceS SocIeTY offers 2 women’s drop in support groups, one on Tuesdays from 12:00-1:30pm and a second on Friday’s from 1:30-3:00pm. The groups provide a safe place for women to address their addiction and life problems and discover who they are without them. For more information please contact Deb Summers Sims at east kootenay addiction Services Society @ 489-4344. WoMeN For SoBrIeTY, Tues, noon, east kootenay addiction Services Society, 202 1617 Baker Street, cranbrook, 489-4344. craNBrook voT HockeY club, Times are 10:30a.M.11:30a.M., cranbrook Memorial arena, Monday, Wednesday & Friday. age 55+. FMI leisure Services at 489-0220 al-aNoN MeeTING everY Sunday at 7pm downstairs united church, kimberley. Pat 250-4277792 or cynthia 250427-0573 craNBrook leGIoN BraNcH 24 HaS drop in Darts every Thursday @ 7 pm. come out and have some fun. Do You Have a HearT For cHaNGe? Join clear Sky center and other life-long learners to engage in lively, discerning, and practical approaches to paths of awakening and meditation. Beginners are welcome. classes in cranbrook every Tuesday from 7:30pm to 9:00pm at exhale Yoga Studio. call 240-429-3929 to find out more.We are a non-profit charity, this program is by donation. THe craNBrook FooD Bank Society is in desperate need of strong healthy volunteers to help on a weekly basis. If you can even lift & carry 20 lbs we can use you!. Must commit to at

least 3 hrs/week. 4267664. al aNoN IN kIMBerleY. Joyce, 250427-7135 or cynthia 778-481-1972. crISIS lINe is looking for volunteers to provide telephone support to callers from across the province. Majority of calls are for emotional support and/or information about community resources. cl volunteers are empathetic, emotionally stable, mature and professional. Free training offered 3x per year. Flexible work schedules. Work from the cranbrook call centre. If you are interested in exploring this, or other volunteer options, call volunteer kootenays at 250.426.8019. THe craNBrook GuarDIaN at www.liveable cranbrook for tidbits and snippets relative to cranbrook. visit us - updated daily. You never know what you might find. For SurvIvorS oF acquired brain injury get together every 1st & 3rd Wednesday from 2-4 pm at the united church, cranbrook. If you struggle living with aBI and/ or want to share your successes Janyce, 417-6220. BaBY GooSe rHYTHM and rhyme Group in kimberley . Join us for rhymes, songs and stories for you and your baby at the anglican church Hall on Wednesdays 10:30 - 11:30. This is a free program for parents with babies under 1yr old and is facilitated by kimberley community literacy and kimberley Public Health Nursing. kim roberts 427-4468 or Terri Fergus 427-2215 for more information kIMBerleY cITIZeNS oN PaTrol require volunteers for night patrols. Minimum 5 hours service per month. Training provided. applications at kimberley rcMP office during regular business hours. INForMaTIoN SuPPorT ServIceS for newcomers, sponsored by cran-

Things to See & Do

lITeracY cHaMPIoN - nominations for cranborok’s first lIteracy champion can be picked up at the cranbrook library, cBa office (19a-9th ave. S.) or online at Nominations must be in by January 15 & our champion will be announced on Family literacy Day January 27 at the cranborok library, 7 pm. Free FaMIlY SWIM, kimberley aquatic centre, 6-7 pm, persons 18 yars & under must be accompanied by an adult. Sponsored by knights of columbus. GoGo GraNNY’S T r av e l o G u e . athens and ancient Greece, take a seven day cruise to the Bosporus and Istanbul in Turkey, walk the streets of ephesus, and cruise various islands in the blue agean Sea. Please join us at the college of the rockies lecture Theatre at 7:00. call Norma at 250-426-6111 for any further information.

JANUARY 18 ‘THe PaceMakerS’ at the cranbrook Seniors Hall, 2nd St. S. at 7 pm. refreshments served. open JaM ~ Ice-cream Social, January 25 at 1:30. updates Flo 250. 489.2720.

JANUARY 19 “Holy Spirit encounter” 7pm. Speakers: Darrell and Sondra White from redding california. They facilitate Inner Healing and Sozo Ministries and train teams to do the same at the Bethel Transformation center. all are welcome! Free will offering taken. House of Hope cranbrook, 629 -6th St NW, Info: jeff.



JANUARY 27 GoGo Grannies first meeting of 2014! NoTe NeW loca-


SloPeS For HoPe, 9:00 am – 4:00PM, kimberley alpine resort & kimberley Nordic club. Slopes for Hope is a winter enthusiast event designed by local residents in support the canadian cancer Society. Inviting Nordic skiers, alpine skiers, snowboarders and all people who love to play in the snow. You can now participate in the following categories and ski Descending everest (alpine event), everest Trek (Nordic event) or be a snow warrior and ski the everest Warrior (combination of alpine and Nordic event.) Participate individually or in teams of up to four people with your family, friends and co-workers. Free entry fee for children & youth to the age of 18. register Now Individually or Teams up to 4 people. For information, or ouf Facebook page ‘Slopes for Hope kimberley’


JaFFraY BaYNeS lake FarMerS’ MarkeT held every Saturday morning throughout the summer at the Baynes lake community center. 9am-12:30pm. Info. 250-429-3519. coMe aND JoIN us at the Senior centre in cranbrook for an afternoon of Bingo every Wed. at 1 pm. coMe JoIN uS for crib every Friday, 7 pm, The Senior centre. THe craNBrook SkaTING cluB is celebrating their 60th anniversary with an Ice Show on March 1st, 2014 at Western Financial Place. We are looking to research the club’s history and also locate previous skaters, coaches and judges. contact Debbie Mandryk @ 250489-2318 or debbie-

brook Women’s resource Society, funded by Ministry of community, aboriginal & Women’s Services. Mila, 426-2943. INk carTrIDGe recYclING 2nd cranbrook Pathfinders are collecting used ink cartridges - bubblejet, laser and fax - for recycling. Please drop at Girl Guide Hall, 1421-2nd St. S. lori, 489-5921. IF You kNoW anyone, including a child, who has been abused or harmed by a psychiatrist call the citizens commission on Human rights at 1-800-670-2247. NeW aPoSTolIc cHurcH, Faith Family - Friendship - Forever, Sunday School 9 am, Sunday Service, 10:30 am, Wednesday Service, 8 pm, 821-1st St. S, everyone is welcome. kIMBerleY SeNIorS DaNce, kimberley centennial Hall, 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. every Tuesday. Info: 427-2805 BaHa’I coMMuNITY oF cranbrook invites everyone to join in celebrating the Word of God. 417-0223, 426-4081, 344-6991, www.bahai. org, lSacranbrook@ PareNT/ToT FuN TIMeS, a drop in program for parents & their children ages 6 & under. Monday mornings 9:30-noon, Mountain view elementary School. olD BaSeBall PHoToS? The Home run Society would like to archive your photos and stories for future generations of baseball fans. contact Garry 417-3236 or e-mail: ScleroDerMa SuPPorT GrouP, call Betty (250)4288875, Bev, 427-5033 in kootenay region. kooTeNaY HorSeS IS online, your equine community clubs & events listing. www.kootenayhorses. com, Marie, 426-5530. NaTIve FrIeNDSHIP ceNTre monthly meetings, 7 pm, last Thursday of month. Mt Baker Secondary School, room 100, everyone welcome.


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