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Postmaster retires PAT KELLY

Boundary Creek Times Reporter

You have probably heard some rumbling in the news about restructuring at Canada $9.99 (plus tax) Post. We at the Times may have identified the cause of it all. 250-449-2655 Leona Baird, postmaster at the Greenwood Post Office, is retiring after 25 years Bored Room Bistro and two months of service to the organiza607 8th Ave., Midway, BC tion. She began working under then-post250-449-2465 master Carol LeSergent in 1988 and took Sunday over from her 10 years ago. Leona said she moved to Greenwood in Brunch 11 am - 2 pm 1958 when her dad began working for the Breakfast, waffle bar, Granby Mining Corporation as a ball mill soups, salads... operator. Before landing the post office Quality Homemade Delicious job Leona worked at the Greenwood Auto Takeout, Sit In or Court (better known to old timers as “MinWE DELIVER nifies”) and Greenwood Pharmacy (where Midway, Greenwood, Rock Creek Community Futures is located today). Hours and Menu Online at boredroombistro.com The Greenwood Post Office will celebrate Leona Baird has retired from her position at the Greenwood post office after 25 years of serving local PHOTO: PAT KELLY its 100th birthday next year. The building is residents—the last 10 as postmaster. still owned by Canada Post. According to local history buff Al Donnelly, the Greenwood Post Office and Customs building was Westbridge, BC first opened for business on Friday, May 28, 1915 on the site of the former Pioneer Hotel, Greenwood City Administrator Robin Dalziel by the inclusion of a much-needed creek crossing Greenwood’s first hotel. The federal govern- told council at their Jan. 14, 2014 meeting they in the budget. ment bought the lot from hotel owner John should expect projects covered by Towns for ToSoil stability along Dundee Street was one probWilliam Nelson in August 1910.    Mr. Nel- morrow and General Strategic Priorities Fund lem. The trench had to be made wider at the top son immediately dismantled his hotel, but (GSPF) grants to come in over budget by some so the sloped sides would meet WorkSafe BC stanit took the government nearly five years to $28,000 to $30,000. dards. build the post office.  Located in Westbridge and Both grants were announced in 2011. The Towns Because the engineers were working with dated proud to service the area Leona says she will miss all her custom- for Tomorrow grant was for $519,250 or 100 per drawings the depth of some of the waterlines was 1-888-299-0592 ers, but coworker Jean Higashi says that the cent of actual eligible costs of the Water Distribu- unknown. Unfortunately, along the same stretch of 1-250-446-6808 former postmaster has plenty of puzzles and tion Leak Reduction Project. For the past few years Dundee, the old pipe and tie-ins to adjoining prop����������������������� ��������������������������������������� books to keep her occupied. city crews have been kept busy, often at overtime erties was buried deeper than originally thought. When asked what was the best improve- rates, repairing breaks in the aging waterlines. Again, because of soil stability this required the ment made by the post office during her The GSPF grant ($394,400) was for 80 per cent trench be made even deeper and consequently time with the corporation, she insists it funding for a well replacement/rehabilitation proj- wider. definitely wasn’t the computers—more like- ect. Another error occurred along Marguerite where ly it was the introduction of peel and stick He explained that the overruns were caused by 0 24543 16681 8 stamps. Continued to page 8 a combination of errors made during planning and

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Guatemala bottle drive extended - see ad on page 9. Saturday & Sunday – Jan. 25-26: Boundary Dog Sled Classics Sprint Races at Jewel Lake. Starts at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Jan 25: Your Future Food Security presented by the West Boundary Sustainable Foods and Resources Society at the Midway Seniors Centre (7th and Chamblet). 10:30 to 3:30. Saturday, Jan 25: Annual Robbie Burns Dinner at Royal Canadian Legion Br. 155. Starts at 6 p.m. – tickets $15. Monday, Jan 27: Midway Public Library AGM 7 p.m. at the Midway Fire Hall. Tuesday, Jan 28: Greenwood Public Library AGM 7 p.m. a the Greenwood Library. Thursday, Jan. 30: Healthful Living Seminar on heart disease, strokes, diabetes II, weight loss and some cancers. At 7 p.m. Midway Seniors Centre – 7th Avenue and Chamblet Street. Saturday, Feb. 1: 5th annual Kettle Valley Racing Association Snowmobile drag races – gates and registration open at 9 a.m. at the Midway airport. Starting Monday, Feb. 3: Yoga classes every Monday and Thursday from 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. at the McArthur Centre. All adults welcome. For info call Diane 250-445-6364. Feb. 8-10: Family Day weekend Ice Fishing Derby at Wilgress Lake – Info Greg 250-442-5848 or Danny 250-442-6409. Friday, Feb. 14: Valentine’s Lunch and Quilt Show at the Westbridge Hall from 11-2. $10. Asking anyone with quilts to contact Lynne at 250-446-2616. Sunday, Feb. 16: KV Golf Club AGM, 11 a.m. at Boundary Central Secondary School in Midway. Everyone welcome! REGULAR EVENTS: Extreme weather shelter open nightly seven days a week At 2212 Riverside Drive, Grand Forks from 8 p.m. until 8 a.m. Guest Intake until midnight. Pets can be accommodated. No one deserves to be left out in the cold with no place to go and no one to care. Mondays: Floor curling at Westbridge Hall at 1:30 p.m. $1 per person contact Linda 250-446-2031. Mondays: Midway Art Club meets from 2 - 4 p.m. Info: 250-4492673. Mondays: Pokino at the Greenwood Seniors Centre, starts at 1 p.m. Mondays: Legion drop in crib at the Greenwood Legion 7 PM start. $3 for the evening. Mondays: Sparks, Brownies Guides and Pathfinders meet from 3:30 to 5 at WBES. Monday - Saturday: Drop-in social at the Greenwood Seniors’ Centre, 9-11 a.m. First & Third Monday: Midway Village Council meeting; 6:30 p.m. with a delegation or 7 p.m. if none. First & Third Monday: The Bridge Drop-in Centre in Midway is open from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

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First Monday: Greenwood Seniors Centre meeting at 2 p.m. Info: 250-445-2290. Second Monday: The Bridge Drop-in Centre sorting day 10-2 p.m. All helpers are appreciated. Second & Fourth Monday: Greenwood City Council meeting at 7 p.m. Third Monday: Bridesville Women’s Institute meets at 11 am. Info: 446-2210 or 446-2121. Third Monday: Frolicking Fancies – the Greenwood Red Hat Ladies Group meet monthly in Greenwood. Information Francine 250-4456734; or Shirley 250-445-9908. Third Monday: Discover Rock Creek Society meets in the WBES library at 6:30. Last Monday: Kettle River Recreation Commission meets at the Little Red School House at 7 p.m. Info Bill Watson 250-446-2325 or Sherry Dalziel 250-446-2997. Monday and Wednesday: Yoga classes at McArthur Centre from 6 - 7:30 p.m. Fee by donation. For information call Diane at 250445-6364. Monday and Wednesday: 2-3 p.m. Zumba for Women at Kettle River Chapel 1735 Hwy 33, Rock Creek. Info Kathie 250-446-2243. Monday and Wednesday: Country Kids Playschool 8:30 – 11:30 at Rock Creek Medical Clinic boardroom. Tuesdays: AA Meetings at McArthur Centre in Greenwood at 8 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays: Kettle River Art Club meets from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. In McArthur Centre. Tuesdays & Thursdays: Taekwondo 6-7 p.m. West Boundary Elementary Gym. For ages 6 to 90. Wear loose clothing - lessons are free. Instructor Bo Macfarlane. Tuesdays and Thursdays: 6:30-7:30 p.m. Zumba for Women at Kettle River Chapel 1735 Hwy 33, Rock Creek. Info Kathie 250-4462243. First Tuesday: Elks #493 monthly meeting at the Slavonic Hall in Grand Forks at 7 p.m. Info: 250-442-2856 or 250-442-4276. Third Tuesday: Kettle Valley Wildlife Association meets at the range in Rock Creek at 7 pm. Wednesdays: Girl Guides of Canada meet at King of Kings Church Midway. Sparks ages 5-6 and Brownies ages 7-8 meet from 4:30 to 5:45 p.m. Guides ages 9-11 and Pathfinders ages 12-14 meet from 6-7:30 p.m. For information call 250-449-2309 or 250-445-9955. Wednesdays: Greenwood & District Business Assoc. meeting. Anglican Church at 7 pm. Wednesdays: Belly Dancing at Bridesville Hall from 6:30 – 8 p.m. No experience necessary. Free. Info: 250-446-2942. Wednesdays: Midway Crib Tournament – Bored Room Bistro, 607 Eighth Avenue, Midway at 7 p.m. Wednesdays: Senior’s Bingo at 1 p.m. at the Greenwood Senior’s Drop-in Centre. $1 admission. Wednesdays: Storytime at Greenwood Library from Oct. 9 until

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Quote of the Week: All human beings should try to learn before they die what they are running from, and to, and why. ~ James Thurber (1894 - 1961) Joke of the Week: When a woman found out that she was pregnant, she lit up the phone lines telling everyone the good news. One day later that week, she took her four-year-old son, Sam, out shopping. A woman asked the boy if he was excited about the baby. “Yes,” he said. “I know what we’re going to name it. It it is a girl, we’re calling her Molly and if it is a boy, we’re going to call it quits.”

Dec. 11, at 10:30 a.m. for ages 3-5 with caregiver/parent. Siblings welcome. Wednesdays: Curling club “Fun” league. 1 p.m. $10 drop-in fee. Info 250-446-2242 or 250-449-2869. Wednesdays: Women’s Counseling in Rock Creek and West Boundary: Free and confidential. For information call the STV counselor at 1-855-441-3131 or 442-3131. Childcare and transportation subsidies are available. First Wednesday: West Boundary Senior Housing Society meeting at 1 pm in Parkview Manor Midway. Second Wednesday: Boundary Citizen’s Patrol meets at Midway Senior’s Centre from 7 - 8 pm. Info: Wayne 250-449-2191, Paul 250-445-2111, or Wolfgang 250-446-2455. Second Wednesday: Greenwood Board of Trade meets at 7 p.m. upstairs at City Hall. Third Wednesday: Rock Creek Women’s Institute meet for a potluck lunch at 11:45. Info: 250-446-2454 or 250-446 -2608. Third Wednesday: Main River Women’s Institute meets in Westbridge at 1 p.m. Info: 250-446-2616. Third Wednesday: Rock Creek & Boundary Fair Assoc. meets at 7 pm at the pavilion from March through November. Info: 250-4462465. Thursdays: Kettle River Art Club meets from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Thursdays: Bored Room Bistro Texas Hold’em Poker at 607 Eighth Avenue, Midway at 6:30 p.m. First Thursday: Rock Creek Medical Society meets at 7 p.m. in the boardroom of the clinic. First & Third Thursday: Food bank at the Evangel Chapel at 11 a.m. Donations welcome. Info 250-445-2125. Second & Fourth Thursday: Kettle River Lions Club meets at 7 p.m. in the Medical Clinic boardroom at Rock Creek. Fridays: Bingo at Greenwood Community Hall. Doors open 5 p.m., early bird 7 p.m. Progressive jackpot. Fridays: Coffee at Midway Seniors Centre from 9:30 - 11. Fridays: Overeaters Anonymous 11 a.m. - 12 noon at St. Jude’s Church in Greenwood. First & Third Friday: Karaoke at the Royal Canadian Legion in Greenwood. 7 p.m. until 11 p.m. Third Friday: Movie nights at Midway Community Hall; 7 p.m. Bring your own travel cup. $2 includes movie, drink, popcorn. Saturdays: Lion’s Club Meat Draw, at Prospector Pub in Rock Creek. Starts at 3 p.m. Saturdays: Greenwood Royal Canadian Legion Canteen open 1-6 p.m. Meat draw 3:30 p.m. First Sunday: Royal Canadian Legion Br. #155 meets at 2 p.m. Greenwood Public Library: Open Mon, Wed, Fri and Sat. Opens at noon. Greenwood Seniors Centre Thrift Store: Open Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday 11 a.m.- 3 p.m.

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Life isn’t always comfortable.

The 2014 Board and Executive of the Rock Creek and Boundary Fair Association. Kneeling are Rachel Lautard (left) and Ilana Fraser. Standing from left are Katherine Delisle, Lisa Sims, Carol Thom, Gail Bryan, Scott petrie, Ted Rexin, Ron Palmer, Lincoln Blaine, Ian Smith, Danny Nakatsu and Bill Bosovich.

Blaine leads fair board

The Rock Creek and Boundary Fair Association elected a full slate at its annual general meeting last week, with Lincoln Blaine leading the board as president. Also elected to the executive were Ted Rexin, vice-president, Lisa Sims, treasurer, and Rachel Lautard, secretary. Directors for the coming year are Ron Palmer, Ian Smith, Gail Bryan, Danny Nakatsu, Scott Petrie, Carol Thom, Katherine Delisle, Bill Bosovich and Ilana Fraser. A review of the books prepared by White Kennedy Chartered Accountants from Osoyoos was circulated to the membership and accepted. It was announced that the hiring committee had recommended hiring Jodi Klein as office manager and Larry Funnell as groundskeeper. Fair members heard that negotiation of a new contract with Shooting Star Entertainment for the midway attraction is continuing well. It was also agreed to offer contracts to both the Association for Injured Motorcyclists for their Boogie Bash and to Ponderosa Arts and Music Festival. There was considerable debate about the Ponderosa event, with nearby neighbours Ann and Vern Rexin arguing the event was too loud and played too early in the morning to be consistent with community standards. It was noted by contract committee chair Ron Palmer that, aside from complaints about noise, the event was well-managed last year at their inaugural event. He reported that upon hearing of the complaints, festival organizers Kris Hargrave and Kia Zahrabi went to work to find ways they could reduce the disturbance felt by neighbours. While the organizers say stopping the show earlier on Saturday and Sunday night is not possible, Palmer said organizers are willing to work with the board and local residents on the noise to try to come to some solution. Hargrave and Zahrabi see the event growing to 2,500 patrons over the next two to three years. They told Palmer that the pairs’ intent is to host not only a music event but also an arts event.

In the end it was proposed that a one-year contract be offered to Ponderosa that would require them to shut down on Friday at midnight and on Saturday and Sunday night at 2 a.m. Organizers have also agreed to try to reposition the sound stage and speakers to minimize the noise, to use the dais for DJ events between 12 and 2 a.m., and to try to schedule more acoustic style and softer-sounding bands for the later sets. Ann Rexin said she sees a need for youth events, “But not to the extent that we can’t sleep. For it to go until two in the morning it is just too loud.” She said this is the first time an event at the fairgrounds has disturbed them. It was pointed out that the Salmo River Ranch music festival Shambhala runs until 5 a.m. “If they are willing to work with us, I think it is only fair to go one more time but only if they are willing to work with us,” said Pat Uglik, the neighbour living closest to the fairgrounds. Vern Rexin spoke against operating past midnight as well. “They are obviously not willing to work with us because they want to continue until 2 o’clock in the morning.” Ralph Hargrave, father of Ponderosa owner Kris Hargrave, spoke in support of the music festival. He said his experience as a former police officer leads him to caution the community not to close the event at 11 p.m. because people would be tempted to drive to local bars which would increase the risk of having impaired drivers on the local roads. He also pointed out that festival patrons have a reasonable expectation that, after travelling for a number of hours to get here and having paid admission, the event would give them a full evening of entertainment. In the end it was nearly unanimous that Ponderosa be offered a contract for 2014. In other fair-related business, the theme for the 2014 fall fair has been set: “A Celebration of 100 Years of 4-H in B.C.” Dean Corbett was confirmed as 4-H representative to the fair board and Ilana Fraser was elected as fair committee chair.

Midway Public Library

AGM Monday, January 27, 2014 7:00 pm at the Midway Fire Hall

We are requesting people in the Rock Creek, Westbridge, Beaverdell and Bridesville area to run for the board as we need representation from these areas as well as from Midway. The future of the library depends on a complete board.

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Boundary Creek Times Thursday, January 23, 2014

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 155 Greenwood is hosting its annual

Robbie Burns Dinner Saturday, Jan. 25 • 6 pm $15.00 per person

Advance tickets only • No refunds

For info or tickets call Bob 250-445-2374 or Solange 250-445-6110 or Midge 250-445-9953

Village of Midway

Notice of Intention to Establish and Adopt a Bylaw and Repeal Existing Bylaws Pursuant to Section 124(3) of the Community Charter, the Council of the Village of Midway is hereby giving notice of their intention to establish and adopt Bylaw No. 450, cited as a bylaw to “Regulate Meetings of Council and Committees”. Also, pursuant to Section 124(3), the Council is further giving notice of their intention to repeal existing Bylaw No. 402, “Regulate Meetings of Council and Committees”, and amending bylaws to Bylaw 402, cited as amending Bylaws 417 and 424.

SD51 seeks ‘profile’ input

School District 51 (Boundary) Board of Education held their January meeting in the library of Boundary Central Secondary School on Tuesday, Jan. 14. The purpose of the change of venue was to allow for parents to meet with the board after the meeting to provide input into the search for a replacement for principal Louise Bayles, who will be retiring at the end of this school year. The meeting provided the BCSS Parent Advisory Council members as well as any interested parent to provide input into a “Principal Profile”—basically what parents feel are the vital attributes

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that the new principal coming in next year should possess. Six parents and four kids attended. Superintendent Kevin Argue said parents were divided into two groups, each of which generated their own ideas. The ideas were then shared and voted on by all. Further input was gathered from an online survey, which the parents present at the Tuesday night meeting were given

to complete as well. Argue said the school district will be advertising the position very soon. *** Secretary-Treasurer Jeanette Hanlon reported that after adjusting the budget based on the numbers of students enrolled last September, etc. there will be a projected surplus available for future use of $1,297,000. She gave the board an overview of finances for the current school year based on the amended budget. “We only need to use $112,578 of our shortfall,” Hanlon said, “leaving $1,297,480 in future surplus.”

Village addresses reform questions

Last August the government released a white paper on local government elections reform that is being guided through the legislative process in Victoria by the Ministry of Community, Sport and Cultural Development. Minister Coralee Oakes recently wrote to councils across You Are Invited to the province asking for their input. join and participate in a She explained the intent is to develop and introduce expense limits legislation in time for the next local elections after 2014. Mayor Randy Kappes dealt with three questions asked in the letter during the It will address how you can avoid, reduce Village of Midway council meeting on and/or reverse the RISK of: Jan. 20. • Heart Disease and Strokes • Diabetes II “In your community, do you think • Weight Loss • Some Cancers the cost of campaigning is a deterrent to Midway Seniors Drop-In Centre people considering running for office?” (Corner of 7th Ave. and Chamblet Rd. - 741 – 7th Ave. Kappes had a one-word reply, “No.” with entrance off Chamblet Rd.) He didn’t have any response to the secFive sessions 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. ond question, “What are the most signifiThursday, January 30, 2014 cant cost pressures in local campaigns?” “The Good Life that’s Killing Us” The third question, “Are campaign Monday, February 3, 2014 finance issues different in small commu“Disarming Diabetes and Hypertension” nities than in large communities, and if Thursday, February 6, 2014 so, in what ways?” was answered in the There is no “Diet and Cancer” affirmative, adding that because there are cost for this Monday, February 10, 2014 usually no expenses in running for office seminar. “Boning Up on Osteoporosis” There will be in a small community the paperwork reThursday, February 13, 2014 food samples quired by Elections BC is more of a deeach evening. “From Despair to Destiny” terrent than the financing. “One size does For further information, contact Harald Zinner (250-446-2517) not fit all,” he said. Comments from the public are also inSIDLEY MOUNTAIN vited until Jan. 31, 2014. More information can be found Sunday July 24, 6:00 - 7:00 pm online at localSunday, Jan. 26, 6:00Hall - 7:00 pm govelectionreBridesville Community form.gov.bc.ca Bridesville Community Hall ***

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The village snowplowing policy has been amended to place Thomet Road as a higher priority because the hill is a school bus route. It is now third—immediately behind the village parking lot, which would be needed to be cleared in case of a callout for ambulance, fire or highway rescue. *** Three readings were given to the procedure bylaw, which governs how council meetings are run. The changes will see two new opportunities for those in the gallery to ask questions during a meeting—near the beginning of the meeting right after delegations/presentations and again after mayor and council have given their own reports. *** B.C. Emergency Health Services has sent a letter asking local governments to declare their level of interest in first responder services. This comes on the heels of a Nov. 12, 2013 letter from BCEHS president Michael MacDougall outlining the rationale and process used to update the Resource Allocation Plan (RAP) for ambulances and first responders. Council had asked for further consultation in response to the November letter and a teleconference call is being set up for early February. “When they are talking about first responders, they are talking about fire departments,” cautioned Councillor Marguerite Rotvold. “But they are not aware that not all fire departments are first responders,” added Kappes. “I know the fire chiefs’ associa-

tion is in discussion with these guys and we are going to have our teleconference with them to make it clear that we are not doing that and we don’t intend to.” “Our fire department has no first responders and they are not responding,” said Rotvold. When Rotvold asked the first responder classification of West Boundary Highway Rescue, the mayor said they are not first responders. “They have taken some first responder training just to shore up their abilities. But they are not a first responder,” Kappes said. “It looks to me like this is all downloading of ambulance under the guise of something else.” Councillor Gary Schierbeck suggested that ways be found to better utilize the current ambulance facility, such as making Midway a transfer station. *** Village administrator Penny Feist will attend a zone meeting of fire chiefs in Creston on Jan. 24. All municipal CAOs in the zone have been asked to attend. She said that liability lawyer Pam Jefcoat and Michael Currie, director of Fire Underwriters Survey, will both be presenting information that is of importance. *** Council voted approval of a $300 grant to the scholarship and bursary society. *** Rotvold reported that the committee in charge of the Kettle River Watershed Management study has voted to extend co-ordinator Graham Watt’s contract to the end of December so that he can do some follow up and to offer him a threeyear contract that will see him providing services at four-tenths of a full-time position. Watt’s current contract was slated to expire at the end of June.

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Large grow op busted On Monday, Jan.9 Midway RCMP pulled a vehicle over for a broken headlight. The male provided police with a false name and it was later determined that the male was wanted by police and prohibited from driving. Cpl. Kevin Christensen of the Midway RCMP reported that the following day, in attempting to locate and arrest the male from the previous night, police attended to a residence near Beaverdell and discovered a large-scale marijuana grow operation. Over 1,600 marijuana plants were seized. Police expect arrests and charges to be made in the near future. *** Christensen warns local businesses of break and enters and thefts  that have been occurring near Castlegar and Nelson in which the suspect(s) are targeting businesses with ATM machines. RCMP want to ensure that businesses are aware of the recent thefts and to take

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the necessary precautions to ensure their businesses are safe by ensuring video surveillance system is operational (recording device is hidden or locked up), alarm system is operational, and cash tills are empty. *** The West Kootenay Traffic Services (WKTS) and West Kootenay Integrated Road Safety Unit (IRSU) had a very busy year last year, with nine fatalities in the area. WKTS said in its annual report that of these nine fatalities, two were alcohol related and two were pedestrian fatalities. The other causal factors were speed, mechanical or distracted driving. “Our condolences go out to the families and friends who lost loved ones,” said Cpl. John Ferguson in the release. Drinking and driving, seat-

belt and distracted driving are leading factors in serious or fatal collisions. This year 90 impaired drivers were taken of the road and 120 suspensions were issued in the West Kootenay Boundary area. The units served 1,430 seatbelt tickets and 325 distracted driving charges (cell phone). Drug possession seems to be on the rise with 500 drug seizures. Excessive speed charges, which goes with a seven-day seizure of the vehicle is also on the rise with 63 seizures. The units served over 7,300 violation tickets. “The WKTS and IRSU units are striving to reduce crashes and injuries to our motoring public by enforcement and education in high crash areas,” said the release. “We urge all people to slow down, buckle up, stay off the cell phone and get a designated driver. The consequences of an impaired driving charge financially and emotionally on an individual are tremendous.”

Special year for 4-H clubs Marijka van Kuik Submitted

The New Year is here and with it, a new year of 4-H. This year is a special one; last year was the 100th anniversary of 4-H in Canada, this year is the 100th in B.C. The Boundary has been participating in the program for 68 years. In 1946, district agriculturalist Fraser Carmichael started organizing a beef club in the Boundary. Steers were bought from Val Haynes, one of the first cattle ranchers in the South Okanagan. There were approximately 12 members in the club at the time. Eventually the club became so big they split it into five sections (A-E), which is why we are still known as the Boundary “C” 4-H Club. At that time each section had 10-12 members raising and showing steers. In 2010 we became a multiclub with beef, horse and cloth-

ing projects. This is our second year with photography as well. On Saturday, Jan. 4, the Boundary “C” 4-H Club held its first meeting of the year. We have 25 members, five of whom are seniors and 20 are juniors. Our beef leaders, Pete and Shauna Blaine, will be helping nine members with their projects. While all nine will have a steer, some of them will also be working with heifers and cow/calf pairs. Doug and Erika Fossen are continuing to lead the nine members who have horse projects. These members are constantly working on their riding skills, as well as learning how to use horses to work with cattle. The sewing group is also growing: Juanita van Kuik will now be working with nine sewing members! The sewing girls will be working on a quilt for the auction at the Cattle Baron’s Ball.

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ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2014 Refreshments served at 6:30 p.m. Meeting starts at 7:00 p.m. Annual reports from librarian. board chair and treasurer, election of new board members. Please come to this short, but very important meeting, as some of our funders like to see a good turnout for our AGM.

There is no photography leader this year but three members from last year will be continuing. The members will be self-directed which means they will have to search out their own resources to meet the unit requirements, and Jen MacDonald will be overseeing them. Greg and Jen MacDonald are the A leaders in the club, meaning they keep us all in line. So if you have any questions about the club and what we’re doing, they’re the people to talk to. If you did the math you will find our club has 25 members and 30 projects, because some members are doing more than one project. Mark your calendars! The 20th annual Cattle Baron’s Ball will be on April 5. Kevin Rothwell, provincial general manager, will be here once again to be the auctioneer. The Sonny Boys are booked to bring some toe-tapping tunes for the dance. We’re hoping to make it extra special as we celebrate 100 years of 4-H.

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Smoking kills Heather deMedeiros and Katelyn Roberts, two third-year nursing students at UBC-Okanagan are taking on Big Tobacco and the federal government in a fight against the growing amount of flavoured tobacco products available today. When you hear the flavours cherry, pear, apple, chocolate, etc., tobacco products probably don’t immediately come to mind, but now-a-days these flavours and many more are available in a wide variety of tobacco products. Elaborate colourful packaging is used to make products much more enticing. Research makes it very clear that the tobacco industry gears the marketing of these products to youth. Flavours help to mask the taste of tobacco and to make smoking more appealing. Youth are more likely to try smoking if something tastes like, say, a candy apple. Products are also available individually at a price for less than a toonie, so youth can easily afford them. Parental awareness is crucial, as many parents may not even recognize a tobacco product in their child’s bag, because they look so similar to makeup, markers and candy products. Smoking rates are decreasing which means the tobacco companies are losing money. To make up for losses they have invested billions of dollars in products to get youth hooked. Statistics show that 61 per cent of all youth age 1519 who smoke are using flavoured tobacco such as menthols, smokeless tobacco, or little cigars known as cigarillos. Lung cancer alone causes more deaths than breast, colorectal, and prostate cancer combined as approximately 50 percent of those diagnosed with lung cancer will die from it. “We feel our government has a responsibility,” say deMedeiros and Roberts. “We know the truth; we see it and no matter what flavour it comes in, continued use of these products kills and causes serious health issues that consume exhausted health care dollars.”

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Junior girls excel I didn’t get a full-blown article in the about the BCSS pretty inexpensive these days and they even give you the Junior girls basketball team this week. I simply didn’t phone for free. come into possession of enough facts to stretch anything Free stuff! Who can resist that? out long enough to be an article. Plus, he said, you can get your email anywhere – anyBut we can pass on that Jess McLean, Alex Metcalf time. and Olivia Baia were named as player of the game in the These smartphones do some really amazing stuff now. matches BCSS played last weekend in a tournament. Way Need to know the weather in Wichita, Kansas? Just ask it. to go! The first morning I went to work at the *** Greenwood office with it I turned it on and it A LITTLE I was surprised to see the prime minister in PERSPECTIVE immediately provided me with some handy Israel on the television news earlier this week. (?) information. It told me I was 12 minutes One would have thought with all the questions from home (Midway) and the traffic was about expense accounts and misappropriated light. taxpayer dollars and such swirling around the The advantage of getting my email anyPMO these days someone in authority would time 24/7 seems to have gone over my head. have cautioned him not to leave the country. I know for a fact it gets my mail at all hours *** —because it beeps every time a new email or Pat Whenever I hear someone lamenting the text message comes in. That was neat for a KELLY sad, sorry state of today’s youth I am reminded day or so—now it’s just plain annoying. of the following quote. It was aggravating at first trying to type on “Our youth now love luxury. They have bad this thing. Then I found out you can talk to it manners, contempt for authority; they show disrespect for and it will type what you say. That’s cool. Maybe I am suptheir elders and love chatter in place of exercise; they no posed to be learning how to use it instead of complaining longer rise when elders enter the room; they contradict about it. their parents, chatter before company; gobble up their Of course learning about this phone is a real hit and food and tyrannize their teachers.” miss thing too. The “manual” that came in the box was That was written by a guy names Socrates. The jury is about the same size as two squares of toilet paper. And I still out on whether this proves that youth haven’t changed am not talking about the size of a book—like height and or if maybe just the older generation—still complaining, width—no I am talking about a single piece of paper about just like they always have. that size that was supposed to launch me into a future of *** smartphone bliss. I finally joined the modern age and bought a smartI’ll get the hang of it. I’ll keep trying. phone. In the meantime—for those who need to get in touch I’d been thinking of it for a while—I figured there had with the local media—dial me up or text me at 250-528to be some reason so many people have them—they must 0045. Let’s see if this can be a tool in better newspapering be useful—right? or not. The boss made a comment over the holidays that tipped Take care of someone who loves you …. me in favour of getting one. He said that the plans were

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Does anyone else feel that the price of local fuel is not in step with other areas? Why is diesel fuel $1.48/l or roughly $6.00/US gallon, while just across the border in Orville it is $3.98/US gallon or $0.99/l. Why did diesel go up in Canada $.60/US gallon and at the same time just across the border the price dropped

$.20/US gallon? Who is screwing us? “Buy local,” people scream, but at some point in time, bending over to get shafted becomes intolerable. What is an acceptable mark-up for local products including the difference in currency? I sure don’t feel that 50 per cent difference is justified. I understand the need to support Canadian enterprises, but please don’t make it so obvious that we have to be stupid to put up with it. If our local federal Member of Parliament wants to do something useful for

the people living in his federal riding, perhaps he should look into the price gouging that is going on with fuel prices. High fuel prices hurt everyone including local businesses. The wealth generated in this province runs on fuel. Push the price too hard and the economy slows down. Corporate greed needs to be brought under control or we need an open rebellion against it. George Delisle, Westbridge, B.C.

Clean cupboards of poison fructose Editor, The Times: Having been a participant in the Village Diet in Midway, I want to let all of you who lost weight steadily and happily only to re-gain it back quickly and sadly, like my husband and I, that there is a reason we gained it back so quickly once we got close to or even passed our goal weight… we started eating foods containing fructose!

Glucose is OK it turns out, but fructose turns into fat at record rates! I invite all New Year weight watchers to listen to a 90-minute YouTube lecture titled Sugar: The Bitter Truth to find out the big reason for the epidemic in our community hitting babies, youth and adults with obesity, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes and general malaise! Let’s clean out our fridges and cupboards of this poison fructose In the Boundary and get a head start on healthy living in this new year!

By the way, even on a low fat diet, fructose turns into fat! Babies as young as six months are being diagnosed obese because of fructose in their formulas. We are so happy that there are nutrition experts in line to provide lunch on Wednesdays to the two elementary schools in Midway and Greenwood! We can be sure there won’t be any fructose in those meals! Thanks, Bored Room Bistro! Heather Remillard, Midway

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a project running over budget doesn’t necessarily mean an increase in local taxes however as water infrastructure can be covered by Gas Tax Fund revenue which local governments receive each year. Mayor Nipper Kettle said that last year the city received around $150,000. “It is going to be funded through that avenue,” said Dalziel. “So whether it is a small amount or a large amount it is not like we are going to have to raise taxes to make up the shortfall.” He said the GSPF grant has repaired

numerous leaks in the city water system and the city should see significant savings in electricity costs for the water system pumps. City Works Foreman Randy Smith said that the Louisa Street Creek Crossing was also added to this phase of infrastructure upgrades at a cost of $28,000. “If they hadn’t added that to the budget they would have come in under cost estimates.” But given past difficulties with the crossing Smith says he is very relieved to have the job done.


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Monday evenings 6:00 - 8:00 pm January 27 - March 31

At the Boundary Child Care Resource and Referral Topics include: Caring for specific ages and mixed age groups, observing children, caring for the caregiver, balancing work and family, planning for play and more. In this course, participants will develop a parent handbook for their program. Cost: $60.00 Call 250-442-5152 for more information or to register. Fee will be reimbursed for those who register with CCRR as a child care provider. Level 1 is also available, however not required to take Level 2.

Proud fans

Elementary students from across the West Boundary celebrated Hockey Week in Canada last Thursday. Students were bussed to the Midway arena for some ice time. This picture taken of the West Boundary Elementary Grade 6/7 class strongly suggests that if you are ever invited to wear a jersey to school, it’d wise to make it a Canucks jersey or none at all.

What’s next for watershed plan? Last May I wrote KETTLE RIVER up to for the next six months. We aim to about the keys to Q&A have the final draft successful watershed plan complete by the management—how end of June, with an planning groups official launch schedneed to work hard to build understanding, uled for early fall. support and capacThat means a lot of ity through the entire GRAHAM WATT work on our part, and a lot of chances for planning process. you to have your say. Now, the Regional Between now and April, we District of Kootenay Boundary (RDKB) and the Kettle River will release four short discussion Watershed Management Plan papers on the website (http:// Stakeholder Advisory Group kettleriver.ca/what-we-are-plan(SAG) are building the founda- ning/). These will include Distions for long-term success of cussion Paper 2 as well as papers the plan by creating a flexible on sustaining water supplies and framework for co-ordinating improving water conservation, and funding ongoing watershed improving floodplain and riparmanagement activities. ian management, and encouragThe details of this arrange- ing responsible recreation and ment are still in the works as the amenity development. Each of the discussion papers advisory group reviews Discussion Paper 2, “Working Togeth- provides an overview of the iser: Growing Our Capacity for sues, key planning concepts and Watershed Stewardship in the draft strategies and actions that Kettle River Watershed.” the advisory group designed to But I can share what we are accomplish the goals and re-

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spond to the issues that were identified in Discussion Paper 1, “A Vision for the Kettle River Watershed.” To get your ideas on those topics, we will hold two special meetings: Water Conservation, Storage, and Agricultural Water Issues on March 11, and Floodplain and Riparian Management on April 15. Stay tuned for more details on those events. After getting feedback on the discussion papers, we will prepare a draft plan for you to review by the middle of May. The plan will be relatively short and action-oriented, building on the discussion papers with recommendations, strategies and actions for managing the watershed in the coming years. Two open houses will provide you an opportunity to review and provide feedback on the draft. All public events will be advertised widely with details posted to http://kettleriver.ca/ calendar.

Guatemala Bottle Drive

John & Lisa Siewert, Kari Durban, Shelby Condon, Elisha Sheremeto and Anna & Josiah Danyluk will be travelling to Guatemala March 13 - 24, 2014. We will be working with Hope for Home, a ministry for children with disabilities. We would like to thank everyone for their overwhelming support and donations towards our bottle drive so far. Since there are no other groups collecting bottles at this time that we are aware of we will be continuing to collect bottles until the end of February.

Contacts for drop off or pick ups are: Greenwood - Durbans 250-445-6645 (655 Kimberly Ave. N.) Midway - Danyluks 250-449-2644 (659 9th Ave.) Rock Creek, Westbridge & Beaverdell Siewerts - 250-446-2373 (4020 Kettle Valley Road South) Bridesville - Condons 250-446-2702 (5650 Burton Road) Thanks again for all your support!

We at the Times saw all the changes announced at Canada Post last week as an opportunity to make a few alterations to the way we handle email. From now on if you need to talk with Pat Kelly at the news desk send your emails to reporter@boundarycreektimes.com . For everything else to do with the Boundary Creek Times (advertising, subscriptions, classifieds, etc.) Dyan Stoochnoff ’s new email address is sales@boundarycreektimes.com . For the next couple of months any email sent to our old addresses will be forwarded, but sooner or later the new addresses above will be the only live email for us.

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SportsCentre NHL Hockey: Blackhawks at Flames SportsCentre (N) SportsCentre (N) Ent ET Security News Hour Final ››› “Thor” Chris Hemsworth. (DVS) Let’s Talk S.H.I.E.L.D. Gold Trophy Person of Interest News News George Cor Mercer 22 Min News George Arctic Air (N) The National (N) State Access Two TBA Paid Inside News Late Sh. NCIS Ent ET Security News Hour Final ››› “Thor” Chris Hemsworth. (DVS) Frontiers of First World War Emergency Frontiers of Do It Yourself (N) State KXLY 4 S.H.I.E.L.D. Gold Ent Killer Women KXLY 4 Kimmel Repo Repo Repo Repo Ways Ways Ways Ways Ways Ways Canada’s Handy Hunt Intl Hunters Timber Kings Canada’s Handy Extreme Homes Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage E. B. OutFront Piers Morgan Live Anderson Cooper AC 360 Later AC 360 Later (N) Boys Young Funny Videos Baby Splatalot Splatalot Zoink’d! Young Boys Devious Maids Beauty & Beast Hawaii Five-0 Hawaii Five-0 Hawaii Five-0 Dangerous Flights Dangerous Flights Yukon Men (N) Gold Rush Yukon Men Real Housewives Money Money Friends Friends Real Housewives Vanderpump Rules State Theory Theory News Mod Arsenio Hall Dads (N) Brooklyn Two Escaping the My 600-Lb. Life Escaping the My 600-Lb. Life 90 Day Fiance Missing The Listener Criminal Minds Criminal Minds Motive “How She Move” ››› “WarGames” ››› “The Incredible Hulk” Shake It Good Good ANT Wingin’ Debra! Good Jessie Wizards Princess Mod Seinfeld Fam Guy Fam Guy Amer. Year ›› “Beverly Hills Chihuahua” Gags Gas Simpson Theory Just for Laughs Theory Comedy Daily Colbert ››› “Get Carter” Michael Caine. ›› “Pulp” Michael Caine. ›› “X, Y & Zee” Restaurant: Im. Diners Diners Restaurant: Im. Chopped (N) Chopped Storage Storage Storage Storage Duck D. Duck Storage Storage King Car King Car Appalachian Cnt. Cnt. Pawn Pawn Hardcore Heroes Pawn Stars UK (N) Opposite Worlds Inner Star Trek: Voyager Opposite Castle Face Off Bourne (7:31) ››› “The Rock” Sean Connery. ›› “Daylight” Mysteries-Museum Museum Secrets Monumental Mys Mysteries-Museum Museum Secrets Toopy & Zigby Big Max, Back Dora... Umi Band Max, Thomas State/Union Amish-Amer Frontline Frontline Charlie Rose (N) State/Union The Biggest Loser KHQ Million. J’pardy! Wheel News Jay Beverly Pop Chelsea etalk Billionaire: Murder TMZ Live E! News News Seinfeld Seinfeld Office Office OK! TV Ent Insider Comics Rules State Two KTLA 5 News Arsenio Hall The Originals (N) Supernatural (N) “Armageddon” Mother Rules Rules Parks Parks 30 Rock 30 Rock Sunny PIX11 News at Ten Arsenio Hall Seinfeld Seinfeld Friends Fam Guy Rules Amer. Gadget Gadget Hercules Tintin Toon Garfield Garfield Fl’stone Gadget Gadget “English Butler” Con Super Popoff ››› “The Charge of the Light Brigade” State/Union Water Blues Green Smiley Amish-Amer Frontline Charlie Rose (N) Ghost Whisperer Love Love Sex-City Sex-City Baggage Baggage Paid Paid Brain Brain Canadian Pickers Security Security Brain Brain Do or Do or

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Introducing

Julie Bauxman Those fortunate enough to have enjoyed last December’s production of West Side Story on stage at BCSS were fortunate to be catch Julia Bauxman’s performance in the role of Maria. One of the central roles in the play, the part has a lot of lines. All well delivered. But there was a time—back when Julia was a child of six—that her performance would have appeared highly unlikely. Julia explained that she didn’t speak any English at all when her family immigrated to Alberta from Germany and she found herself in public school with a huge learning curve ahead of her. So she kept quiet and listened and learned. So quiet in fact that she didn’t say anything at all for a long time. “They all thought I couldn’t talk,” recalls Julia. “When I did, everyone was very shocked. I wanted it to be perfect when I spoke.” Later, in Grade 10, the little girl who wouldn’t speak until she could speak correctly went on to win the Junior English Award in Grade 10 when she scored 100 per cent on the English provincial exam. The family moved to Christian Valley in 2010. They’ve built their own home and live completely off the grid. With 80 ewes on the ranch Julia says there is a two to four week stretch each year when you have to get up early and stay up late to make sure the lambing is going okay. Julia attended large schools in Alberta and notes that

studying at a smaller school like BCSS seems more like being part of a large family. “You can be more personal with the teachers than you can in a large school. That helps with your grades.” “One quality I’ve developed since Grade 10 is leadership,” says Julia. I came to BCSS from a large, formal school, which made it difficult to take action in any way. At BCSS the faculty is very supportive of students stepping up and taking on the role of a leader in an idea they’d like to pursue.” On piano, she completed conservatory Canada Grades 1-5 and honours standing in 2009. Julia is a year younger than her classmates because she skipped Grade 7. This fall she plans to be at UBC studying for a Bachelor of Arts followed by a Bachelor of Education, then to become an elementary school teacher. “It is really important that early on students have good interactions with their teachers,” she insists. “If you have a really good elementary teacher it can make a huge difference. I had a really good one in Kindergarten.” She is looking for a local summer job. “I worked a lot at the ranch. Having a large family (eight people) means you help out when you can.” Her immediate goal though is to get straight As in grade twelve. A lot can be said in a good quotation, and students are invited to choose an inspirational quote to record in their exit interview file. Julia chose: “If your dreams don’t scare you, they are not big enough.” – Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

Midway vies for Kraft Hockeyville Midway is going back into the running for a shot at being Kraft Hockeyville. Kraft Hockeyville is an annual competition developed by CBC Sports and sponsored by Kraft Foods, the NHL and the NHL Players’ Association in which communities across Canada compete to demonstrate their commitment to the sport of ice hockey. Local organizer Jenny Simmonds is inviting local folks to submit stories online about why they think Midway should be Hockeyville. This year the prize structure has been changed, with a total of $1 million going to 16 communities across Canada. “It is time to show how the arena and hockey bring us together as a community—learning about each other, from each other,” said Simmonds. To submit a letter on behalf of the local hockey arena you should check out krafthockeyville.cbc.ca. There are easy-to-follow guides on how to write your story and promote your community and how to present your case for making the Boundary Expo Recreation Centre the next Hockeyville arena. The deadline for submissions is Feb. 9.

Thank You

The family of Bud Hallstrom would like to express heartfelt thanks to our family, friends (both near and far), as well as our community for all your support during our recent loss. We appreciate all the expressions of condolence received from phone calls, emails, visits, food , flowers, cards, and donations to the memorial fund, we thank all of you. We would also like to convey a HUGE thanks to all the folks who came together in a short time to make the celebration of life such an awesome tribute to an amazing man. We are truly amazed by what an astonishing community we live in, there are no words to express how overwhelmed we are by all of you.

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The Nancy Greene Ski League is alive and well in the Boundary, represented locally by 32 athletes in the Phoenix Mountain Racers. Nancy Gabrielse and Becky Shields are two of the organizers for the club. Gabrielse said the purpose of the program is to learn to ski better, and to have fun. “It’s not just a learn-to-ski race program—it is a learn-to-ski-better program.” This year the program includes an all-mountain component, teaching kids skills to use in all kinds of conditions. “They certainly spend time learning to race but they pick up skills that will improve their skiing in the long run,” Gabrielse insists. The program is for kids from ages 4-12. They have been practicing weekly at Phoenix Mountain since the beginning of the year in preparation for the first of two Kootenay Division league races they will attend this season. The first took place at Red Mountain last Sunday and the other date is this weekend at Whitewater. Gabrielse told the Times they have a bigger group of skiers this year than there has been for the last three or four years. “We have a very large group of younger skiers who are advancing quickly,” she said. All of the Phoenix Mountain racers practice on Saturday mornings and in the afternoon the intermediate and advanced skiers practice other skills, such as moguls, how to edge properly in different conditions, and the terrain park. “This gives them extra skills and they have more fun,” Gabrielse explained. A coach is also available on Fridays to help with their skills. Coaches this year are Astrid Kihl, Kelly Shields, Bill Ahrens, Wayne Smith, Kirstin Gibbs, Dave Fitzgerald and Kyle Smith. Gabrielse, Shields and Kihl handle the admin-

istrative end of the club. Ivy Broad is one of the racers. The Grade 4 Hutton student has been skiing in the Nancy Greene League for four years and plans to continue. Her sister Clare said she was looking forward to the Red Mountain race that was scheduled for the next day. Gabrielse later contacted the Times with the news that on Sunday at Red the club placed third. “Two of our racers brought home medals: Jennifer Shields with silver (Girls U12), and Justin Smuland with a bronze (Boys U14),” she reported. More information can be found online at skiphoenix.com.

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