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By Tyler Orton could always pay all their bills – although no one was getting When Sandra Roberts first rich. started working at Fraser Fraser Downs hosted 99 Downs 15 years ago, the harness racing community had an race days in 2006, according to financial reports from entirely different atmosphere. the Great Canadian Gaming “It used to be a very social place,” the longtime Cloverdale Corp., which operates the casino and racetrack. resident recalls. The number fell “Now you’re to 74 by 2011. doing the work And so far, just yourself and you “I won’t survive 26 race days have don’t really have been scheduled for the social time. (another year).” 2014. And there’s so “It’s impossible little money to be - Trainer/owner to make a living if made because of Sandra Roberts we’ve only got four the (fewer) race or three months days, that it’s sort of racing,” Roberts of like they’re told The Reporter, turning us against adding the track used to be each other,” says the Standardfull of young people tending bred owner and trainer. to the horses and cleaning the “Instead of being a big famstables. ily, we’ve become more comNow the horsemen can no petitive against each other.” longer afford to hire any help. Races used to take place “I won’t survive (another almost year-round between year), ” she said. TYLER ORTON PHOTO the tracks in Surrey and on See KEELING / Page 3 A horse and trainer out on the track last week at Fraser Downs, where so far just 26 live race days are slated for the 2014 calendar. Vancouver Island. Horsemen
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ity of using technology from the U.S. to clean up dumped chemicals in an efficient manner “without blowing it out of the water from a financial perspective.” Anderson said one of the other challenges with the property rests with the current demand for residential units in Cloverdale. “The market, in general, has been suppressed and it’s been very difficult to make a project with the numbers that are out there,” he said. “On the positive side, we are hopeful that a launch could happen this year on the first residential phase.” SCDC is spearheading Cloverdale West Village along with Townline Housing Solutions in an effort to
create a large mixed-use development featuring both commercial and residential space. One condition of the development’s go-ahead is the construction of a new home for Cloverdale Legion Branch 6 to replace the aging building adjacent to the property. Anderson said negotiations between SCDC and Townline to build a new Legion are still ongoing and he could not provide further details on where they stand. “The Legion is a critical link to the redevelopment of Cloverdale West Village,” he said. “It’s in everyone’s best interest for them to be properly accommodated in the project.” Paul Orazietti, executive director of the
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Golf tournament organizers donate $20,000 to Kwantlen Polytechnic University in the name of Surrey Six murder victim Ed Schellenberg. Schellenberg’s widow, Lois, second from left, hopes the money helps young people make good life choices. From left, Brian White, Lois Schellenberg, Kevin Ford, Henry Reiser, Debbie Mellenger, and Tom Westgate.
Scholarship honours slain tradesman Ed Schellenberg By Tyler Orton Ed Schellenberg was simply a tradesman trapped at the wrong place at the wrong time when he was murdered inside a Whalley condominium in 2007. But a $20,000 endowment in his name ensures the legacy of the Surrey Six victim, one of two innocent bystanders caught in a gang-related
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attack, will continue on for students studying trades at Kwantlen Polytechnic University. On Feb. 7, organizers behind five golf tournaments honouring Schellenberg, a gasfitter and an avid hiker, presented a cheque for the donation at KPU’s Cloverdale campus, which serves as the home base for students studying trades. Schellenberg’s widow, Lois, was on hand for the ceremony. “He was a good guy and what happened shouldn’t have happened,” she said. “This doesn’t take it away but this gives an opportunity…for other people to make some good life choices, and get some education, get a career and hopefully not revert to ‘easy money.’” A $1,000 endowment will be awarded to an Do you know of a minor hockey student as he or 10 lucky minor hockey eligible team who deserves to attend the she winds up their studies 2014 Tim Hortons NHL Heritage need to invest in tools teams from BC will each and Classic, Sunday, March 2 in or cover their schooling Vancouver? Anyone can enter on receive 25 tickets… costs. behalf of their favourite BC minor “The money will soon hockey team. be spent on tuition and those other sorts of things, Submit an entry by telling but they’ll have that on us how hockey, your team their CV or resume,” said KPU chief advancement or a favourite player has officer Jeff Norris, who inspired you. accepted the cheque from tournament organizers Brian White and Kevin Ford. “You (will) certainly see that pop up for students 20 or 30 years down the road, where they can say they were the winner of the Ed Schellenberg award.” At the ceremony, appliance service technology instructor Tom WestEncourage everyone to enter and increase your odds of winning in the gate told Lois there are random draw. Include a photo if you want – perhaps from your own students who travel on as hockey days, or a team photo or show us how excited your team would many as four buses a day be to win 25 tickets to the Heritage Classic. Players, coaches, friends just to make it to class and and family can enter on behalf of a BC minor hockey team. keep up with their studies. “This will really be a Hurry – contest closes midnight Feb. 21, 2014 . . . go to this newspaper’s blessing to them.” website and click on contests or visit http://bit.ly/3j767hq
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