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Cloverdale’s Tyler Tardi, right, grins as a B.C. Winter Games official gives his teammate Nicholas Umbach a bronze medal Sunday. The team won curling bronze for the Fraser Valley zone, and Tardi, 15, was named this year’s recipient of the William Bennett athletic award. See page 3.
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tunities or post-secondary education. By Rick Kupchuck Tardi, a Grade 10 student at Lord Tweedsmuir Team Tardi (Fraser Valley, Zone 3) lost just once Secondary, was presented with the award during the at the BC Winter Games, but it was enough to drop the Langley Curling Club quartet to the bronze closing ceremonies at this year’s BC Winter Games. More than 1,300 athletes from across the provmedal in the male curling event. ince took part in the 2014 BC Tyler Tardi skipped his team Winter Games in Mission Feb. 20to a win in all three round robin 22, competing in 18 sports. Athgames, but the group couldn’t letes ranged in age from nine to 40 hang on to a 3-1 lead after five years old. ends in Saturday’s semifinal and Anita Tardi said Monday her fell 6-3 to Brayden Carpenter of son is feeling “incredibly humbled Zone 4 (Fraser River Delta). and honoured” in being this year’s In Sunday’s bronze medal lone recipient. match, Team Tardi made short The recipient is selected from work of the Thompson-Okananominations submitted by progan (Zone 2) team with a 9-3 vicvincial sport organizations intory in just six ends. Tardi had a cluded in each games. strong start, scoring two in the Each sport may submit a nomifirst end. Then after holding the nation for one male and one feZone 2 team to one in the secmale athlete competing at the ond end, the Cloverdale resident games. Nominees are considered tacked on four points in the third on the basis of their past sport medal for a 6-1 lead after just performances in the sport they three ends of play. are competing at the games, their CONTRIBUTED PHOTO “There’s less pressure when you’re not playing for the gold Tyler Tardi, 15, with the William R. Ben- performance at the games, their sport ambition and future potenmedal,” said Tardi. “The two nett Award for athletic excellence. tial, and must have demonstrated teams in the final deserve to be there, they were playing very well. Bronze is what leadership both on and off the field of play. In addition to making his mark in curling, Tardi we deserved.” Other members of the bronze medal team include is also an active community volunteer. He and the team raised nearly $900 for B.C. Nicholas Umbach of Coquitlam, Scottie Kryski of Children’s Hospital, and volunteered at the special Langley and Joshua Desrosiers of Aldergrove. – Black Press Olympics BC Summer Games in Langley in 2013, as well as volunteering at the 2013 Optimist International U18 championships at the Cloverdale and Langley Curling Clubs, along with volunteerSkip Tyler Tardi, 15, was shocked to learn he ing at various sport fit assessments and the Langley is the 2014 recipient of the William R. Bennett Cruise-in. – Cloverdale Reporter Award for athletic excellence. Named in honour of the former premier of British Columbia, William (Bill) Bennett, who was instrumental in starting the BC Summer and Winter Games program in 1978, the award comes with a $2,500 bursary for pursuing sport oppor-
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Is it just me? Or is it getting really noisy in Cloverdale? To the editor; I wanted to know if anyone else is annoyed at the train horns in Cloverdale. They start around 11:30 p.m. and they go ‘till 5 a.m. Why do they have to hit the horn for minutes? It is not just a few toots while they are going near an intersection. The horn keeps us awake on 175A Street. I hear from my neighbors how annoying that is. Plus, this area is getting a lot of aircraft traffic. Every day we wake up with our cars and trucks with a film of diesel fuel that they drop because they have to get rid of it so they can land. And at the casino track, they pour lime on the track and again when it is windy we get all the lime on our cars and trucks. How healthy is that for the human population? People with respiratory problems sure don’t need it. I hope to hear any comments from others. Shelley Haden Cloverdale
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‘A complete failure’ What the city’s done in terms of planning in Clayton and Cloverdale isn’t working To the editor; Re: “Queue-jumping developers in Clayton rankle city councillor,” Feb. 13 It is very disappointing to hear that council has once again only looked after themselves and the developers and have totally forgotten about the residents who live in the Cloverdale/Clayton area. On numerous occasions, I have sent emails to the planning and development department, engineering, and so on and no one responds back and it seems to me like no one cares. Coun. Marvin Hunt said at the Land Use council meeting that Option 1 in the corporate report was in line with what the city has done for many years. What Hunt fails to recognize is what the city has been doing for many years in the Cloverdale/Clayton area has been a complete failure. When allowing high density developments composed of RF-9/RF-9C lots so developers can make money, the city forgets to provide the public amenities such as parks, pools and recreation centers, especially when there is no NCP in place. Not only do high density developments
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Food stores rebranded Cloverdale shoppers will have noticed a name change at two local grocery stores. The PriceSmart Foods stores in Cloverdale and Clayton were two of 11 locations in B.C. that were converted to SaveOn-Foods locations as part of a corporate move by parent company Overwaitea Food Group that took effect Feb. 14. Five lower mainland locations will remain PriceSmarts: Richmond, Grandview,
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George E. Lawrence home had been greeted with a “lot of raised eyebrows,” over the years, “but our clear preference would have been to move the house, and restore it in situ, but it became clear that it was unsafe to put workers in there and it probably would have fallen apart if it had been moved.” The fine goes into a restricted fund to pay for upcoming heritage projects, at the discretion of the city’s heritage advisory commission. “It could be used for moving another heritage house, or restoration works,” he said. “There’s a range of projects the commission can decide to use that money for.” The developer intends to start construction on the replica heritage home soon, and has paid a bonded security to firm up the commitment to rebuild. “Money is being held to make sure it does happen.” Architectural draw-
ings have been made based on measurements of the house. When the townhouse development was approved, the City of Surrey took a strip of land along Fraser Highway for a future greenway, meaning the home had to be relocated. It also stood very close to the roadway. Real estate representative Jolly Saluja said the replica will be used as an amenity building for residents. He said the original building’s structure was weak, and there were hazards like asbestos tiles. “Worksafe BC wouldn’t let anyone go inside to fix it up,” Saluja said, adding there were problems in every direction. “If there weren’t, the house would have been saved, no question.” The plans are still being drawn up, but Saluja said the replica will have meeting space and a yoga studio for residents. A public greenway is in the works, and the City of Surrey is
Firefighters responded to a suspicious blaze in April 2010. Even so, a real estate developer planned to relocate and restore the George E. Lawrence heritage home at 18431 Fraser Highway, under an agreement with the City of Surrey.
creating a storyboard highlighting the home’s history. “We want it to be usable to the community and the people who live on the site,” Saluja said. The first residents of Mackenzie Estates are already moving in, and by the end of March he expects 10 to 15 families will be living on the site. Saluja said he’s spoken with a former resident of the home who lived there during the 1940s and ‘50s, and hopes to invite her to the grand opening.
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The Beatles: Still cashing in at The Cavern I Greenland,” he grinned. Didn’t miss a beat. That was just days after screaming fans thundered past my Air Canada desk at London’s Heathrow airport frantically jockeying for glimpses of the Fab Four. They were bound for The Ed Sullivan Show. Hey, Jude! Was it really 50 years ago? Seems like…yesterday. Descending into the psychedelic glow of The Cavern, I abandon my
n 1207 Liverpool became a borough. In 1962 it became a legend. Yeah, yeah, yeah, it took four mopheaded lads – brandishing guitars and a set of drums – warbling “Love me do”. We did. We still do. Dashing through a downpour I duck into Mathew Street, past a bronze Beatle lounging against the brickwork, and left through a doorway under The Cavern neon sign.
Unbidden, I recall Ringo Starr being asked, “So, how did you find America?” “Turned left at
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Was it really 50 years ago? Seems like... yesterday. George, Ringo, wives, children, famous faces, and famous places on a sort of frieze along one wall. Scribbled felt pen notes from visitors show the love – and sadness. I add mine, for the record. Why not. Outsized plaster casts of the lads work for photo ops surrounding some memorabilia. There’s the inevitable gift shop, and, more importantly, there’s live music. I’m reminded that Elton John, Eric Clapton and others also headlined here. I grab a beer, lounge over a pedestal table and listen to three guys jam. Maybe, just maybe, new fame will follow the old.
URSULA MAXWELL-LEWIS PHOTO
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with a mission. The Mathew Street cellars, once WWII air raid shelters, were judged to be perfect. And, the rest is history. My Insight Vacations bus tour only offers a brief introduction to a city I’d previously thought little about. Listening to Blue Badge Guide, Sylvia McMurtry, a born and bred local who shared school years with John and Paul, I regret not having time to explore more of the area. A last glance at the ferries crossing the Mersey from my Thistle Hotel room window. I recall that RMS Titanic and RMS Carpathia both have direct Liverpool links, and reflect on Sylvia’s undiminished pride in The Beatles. Beatlemania has waned, but the Merseybeat goes on – even when you’re 64, or more. If you go: visitbritain. com, insightvacations. com, cavernclub.org.
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Langley Players’ production of Bus Stop has been held over. Audiences can still catch this sell-out play Thursday, Feb. 27, Friday, Feb. 28 and Saturday, March 1. “This delightful play has been drawing sell-out crowds since opening night so we are extending the run,” producer Marjorie Van Roon said. “This will give the people who couldn’t get tickets, the opportunity to come to the Playhouse and spend the evening with the down home characters from Kansas on the beautiful 1955 set that is Grace’s Diner.” Bus Stop, written by William Inge and directed by Helen Embury, stars actors from Langley, South Surrey, North Vancouver and Chilliwack. The play is set in a cheerful roadside diner in Kansas during the middle of a blizzard. Show times are 8 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, with the Sunday matinee at 2 p.m. Visit www.langleyplayers.com for more information. All tickets are $15. – Cloverdale Reporter
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Good Things come in small packages. My office roommate has her quirks – she spends most of the day snoozing, is obsessive about exercise and can be a bit self-righteous about her healthy vegetable-and-seed diet. But I guess she can be forgiven her eccentricities given that my officemate is actually a dwarf hamster named Holly, whose spacious habitat overlooks my desk at the head office of the BC SPCA. Like Holly, hundreds of hamsters, guinea pigs, rabbits and other small animals are surrendered to the SPCA and are in need of loving homes. Small animals are often overlooked, perhaps because people don’t see them as “real” pets. But rabbits, guinea pigs, gerbils, rats and hamsters come with delightful and inquisitive personalities, fascinating behaviours and the ability to enrich our lives. While Holly’s nocturnal habits make her a quiet and unassuming office-mate, she regularly rouses herself from sleep to greet colleagues or visitors who pop by – in the hopes they may have brought along a hamster treat or two. South Fraser’s ONLY
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She also has very particular home design ideas and spends hours rearranging the tubes, toys and treats I put into her habitat to get the look “just right”. Small animals are great for people who have pet restrictions where they live. They don’t take up a lot of space or make much noise. But small animals do have unique care needs and, as with cats and dogs, people should familiarize themselves with the animal’s characteristics to ensure a suitable match. So, before you head out to a BC SPCA shelter to adopt, check out the pet care pages on our website (spca.bc.ca) to learn what you need to do to keep your potential pet happy and healthy. Then, should you feel ready to bring a small animal (or two!) into your life, check our adoption listings or stop by a shelter to find one just right for you. – Lorie Chortyk is general manager of community relations for the BC SPCA
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