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The West Boundary Sustainable Foods and Resources Society (FAR) has received a New Horizons for Seniors Grant for a Community-Based Seed to Table - Passing on the Knowledge’ Program. According to FAR President Vivien Browne this grant will make it possible for FAR to host workshops and programs over the coming year, April 2014 - March 2015. This Saturday at 12 noon, FAR will be making a public announcement of the ‘Seed to Table’ grant at the first Rock Creek Farmers’ Market of 2014. Following the event & lunch, there will be a West Boundary Foods And Resources Society meeting for all members, and the general public. “You can help us with Seed to Table by sharing your knowledge and suggestions, so please feel free to contact us with your ideas,” said Browne. Contact her at Foodsharing@nethop.net Erika Tafel is starting the adoption of seed trays for the community garden. Seeds have been donated by Pacific Northwest Seeds out of Vernon and there are other seeds from last year donated by West Coast Seeds. You can help by adopting a tray of seeds and nurturing them until the starters are ready to be planted. All trays, dirt, and seeds will be available. FAR is planting a Community Garden again this year at the home of Dale & Pat Pownall. They hope there will be some veggies available later for the volunteers, some for sale at the Farmers’ Market and some for the community food program. FAR is looking for volunteers willing to give just

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The West Boundary Sustainable Foods and Resources Society was at Freeman’s Country Supply last Saturday afternoon providing information on the ‘Seed to Table’ program, ‘Grow a Row’, seed saving and more. There was also a ‘Seed Swap’. PHOTO: PAT KELLY

a few hours each week. Three new raised beds have been made, and there are three more on the way. The FAR society has partnered with West Boundary Elementary School (WBES) on their outside garden project. Browne said WBES is very excited about getting the boxes ready and have already recruited a group of student volunteers and parents. FAR has offered to help in the maintenance of the garden throughout the summer, so that the students can look forward to entering their vegetables in the 2014 Rock Creek Fall Fair. “We would love to see some WBES prizewinners,” said Browne. WBES is interested in seniors who would like to share their knowledge; if you have the time,

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please come by the school on Mondays at 10:15 to 11:15 a.m. and help the children grow a successful garden. The school is also looking for garden tools, so if you have an extra hoe, rake, or shovel to donate please contact Melanie Zane at the school. The Kettle River Recreation Society granted FAR the use of space at The Little Red School House on East Kettle Valley Road to build three more community growing boxes. FAR is thrilled to be partnering with the Rec. Society and will be starting work on building the boxes as soon as possible. We’ll be looking for fencing right away so if you have a roll lying around and are willing to donate it, please contact Erika Tafel at far.society.wb@gmail.com or 250-528-1000.

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Thursday, May 1: Greenwood Museum opening for 2014 season. Thursday, May 1: RDKB board of directors meeting at Midway Community Hall. Thursday, May 1: Phoenix Foundation of the Boundary Communities Vital Signs 2014 public meeting at Boundary Central Secondary School from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Saturday, May 3: Rock Creek Market opens for Season from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sat-Sun, May 3-4: 4-H Rally Day at Rock Creek fairgrounds. Monday, May 5: Screening Mammography Clinic at Rock Creek Medical Centre. Phone 1-800-663-9203 to book an appointment. Tuesday, May 6: Midway Partnership Fund AGM at the Curling Rink at 7 p.m. Friday, May 9: Grade 6/7 Fashion Show showcasing fashion sold by a local boutique, ‘The Yellow Door’. At the Greenwood Senior’s Centre from 1 – 3 p.m. Thursday, May 8: ABC Christian Mobile Book Store, 7 - 8 pm, east of Rock Creek where the speed limit changes from 80 to 100. Christian material for children, bibles, assortment of foods for vegetarian meals. For more info contact Harald Zinner at 250-446-2517. Saturday, May 10: Midway Mothers Spring Event – Breakfast starts at 8 a.m. at McMynn’s parking lot, Lunch from 11:30 – 2. Raffles, music, vendors and more. Sponsored by Midway Public Library and McMynn’s Family Foods. Saturday, May 10: Parkview Manor Spring Tea & Bazaar from 1 - 4 pm. Baked goods, crafts, flea market. Everyone welcome. Saturday, May 10: 20th annual KMA Golf Tournament at Kettle Valley Golf Club. Non-members $60; members $35. Register at 250-446-2826. Saturday, May 10: St. Columba United Church Yard and Bake Sale, 8 am - 5 pm, Hwy 3 (beside the ball park), Greenwood. Bake table, furniture, households, DVD’s, books, etc Saturday, May 10: Tea at West Boundary Elementary gym from 11-3. Theme this year is Apronology. Tickets $25 avail at Rags, Relics and Rutabagas includes lunch guest speaker and a gift. Karen Skaros will speak on the history of aprons. Sunday, May 11: Community-wide yard sales in Greenwood and Midway. Sunday, May 11: Greenwood fireman pancake breakfast. Wednesday, May 14: Greenwood Museum Old Fashioned Tea and Bake Sale from 2 to 4 p.m. Starting May 16: Westbridge Thrift Shop will be open from 11 - 3 on Fridays and Saturdays. REGULAR EVENTS: 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: 250-449-2673. 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

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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. First Monday: Greenwood Seniors Centre meeting at 2 p.m. Info: 250-4452290. 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 250-445-6734; 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: 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 250-446-2243. Tuesdays and Thursdays: Boot Camp at Lions Park in Greenwood from 6-7. $10 drop-in or $60 per month. Info 250-442-3664. 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: Curling club “Fun” league. 1 p.m. $10 drop-in fee. Info 250-4462242 or 250-449-2869. Wednesdays: Women’s Counseling in Rock Creek and West Boundary: Free

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Quote of the Week:

Life does not cease to be funny when people die any more than it ceases to be serious when people laugh. – George Bernard Shaw (1856 - 1950) Joke of the Week:

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A snail entered a police station and told an officer, “I just got mugged by two turtles. They beat me up and took all my money!” The officer replied, “Why that’s terrible. Did you get a good look at them?” “No sir, it all happened so fast!”

and confidential. For information call the STV counselor at 1-855-441-3131 or 442-3131. Childcare and transportation subsidies are available. Wednesdays: CBAL Parent Child Mother Goose at Midway library. Free program from 11 a.m. to noon - enjoy learning rhymes, easy songs and stories with your child. Kam Holihn will facilitate Mother Goose to caregivers and children under 6. 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: 250-446-2465. Thursdays: Anglican Thrift Store from 11-3. Info phone Les Williams 250445-2216. 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. Sundays: Boundary United Minor Soccer presents Family Fun Soccer. Everyone welcome. Midway Elementary School Field from 10 a.m. to noon. Ages 4 and up. For more information call 250-449-2771. 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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A time to network

Garden Day at Freeman’s

Friday, May 9 11-5pm

Issy McLean pitches the Kettle River Seniors’ Association at the Boundary Country Regional Chamber of Commerce Biz After Biz networking session in the WBES gym last Saturday. BCRCC Executive Director James Wilson spoke to those attending about the benefits of chamber membership. Local business owners were given the opportunity to present a “show and tell” to the group and tables were set up for displays. Pownall Form Rental and Construction in Rock Creek sponsored the dinner that followed.

Come see what’s new in the Garden Centre, and enjoy great deals and door prizes! Come for lunch, and have your gardening questions answered by the experts. Don’t miss the “Garden Talk” seminars! Guest speakers will include: Vivien Browne from W. Boundary Sustainable Foods & Resources, Barb Stewart from the Boundary Invasive Species Society, representative from Gaia Green Organic Fertilizers and Cheryl Ahrens, Master Gardener from Bron & Sons Nursery.

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No grow ops, says village

At their April 22 meeting Middent. Sabourin explained they had way Council voted to prohibit MIDWAY LIBRARY purchased the house in 1993 with the fence already in place and had medical marijuana production fano idea that the fence was sitting on cilities within the village. The City village property. About eight years of Pitt Meadows had sent a letter to ago, they replaced the fence but all municipalities expressing their concern that BC Assessment Authority has stated used the original ground support brackets for that medical marijuana production facilities may new posts assuming they were in the right place. *** be taxed at farm rates regardless whether they are located on agricultural land or not. Council voted to send letters supporting the Council instructed staff to prepare amend- position of the Okanagan Basin Water Board that ments to the zoning bylaw that would prohibit the Government of Canada move quickly to pass medical marijuana grow ops within the village regulations prohibiting transport of invasive zebra and quagga mussels into Canada and that funds because of the revenue implications. be allocated to train, and equip Canada Border *** Owen Stewart of Greenpeaks Resource Man- Agents to inspect boats for invasive aquatic speagement provided council with an overview of cies and prohibit their entry into the country. the company’s 2014 plan regarding rental of vil*** The village will reply to a letter from BC lage property. He said the planting crew is down this year Emergency Health Service clarifying the fact from 28 planters to 14 and they will once again that council has not yet taken a position on the be staying in the Riverfront Park, and utilizing changes to the Resource Allocation Plan (RAP). This plan sets out the protocol for emergency the space behind the arena. GRM has been renting camping space, ac- response as determined by the type of injury or cess to arena facilities and the museum bunk- situation that prompted the call for emergency house through the planting season for the past medical services. A meeting was held in February with BCEHS few years and this meeting was to make sure both parties were up to speed on the current situation. to discuss recent RAP changes and a letter had Stewart thanked Council for having them been sent to the village with the comment, “I back, and in turn Council thanked him for stay- am pleased to see you are supportive of the RAP ing in town and supporting local businesses changes.” Councillor Marguerite Rotvold made a mothrough GRM. The crews use two showers and bathrooms tion that the village clarify their position. *** plus power for the fridge, freezer and lights. Peter and Merle Kappes have asked the village Stewart said he anticipates the number of to consider allowing them to purchase a portion planters should be back up in two years. of Palmerston Avenue in front of The Spot as they *** Staff will amend the Procedures Bylaw for are planning to upgrade the pump island. Mayor Randy Kappes left the room while Council Meetings to move the in-camera portion to the end of meetings, and allow for a 6:30 pm council discussed the issue. *** start time if there is a delegation. Council felt that The Midway Partnership Fund (MPF) AGM the 30 minutes set aside for in-camera meetings before their regular meeting restricted their abil- will be held on Tuesday, May 6 at the Midway Curling Club at 7 p.m. ity to fully discuss in-camera items. A representative from the Boundary Phoenix *** A written request for a comfort letter from Foundation will be there with a short presentaNorm Sabourin was turned down. The letter tion about what Foundations can do for the comwould have allowed a fence to remain on the munity and what residents can do to help. The south side of his property.. The fence sits 60 cm MPF distributes funds to projects that focus within the geographical area of the Village of (2 feet) onto the lane right-of-way. Sabourin is selling the property and wanted Midway and are designed to benefit a maximum to have the letter on file to protect the new resi- number of people in the Midway area.

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(includes dinner and prizes) The KMA tournament was originally started to commemorate Allan Otto, a member and volunteer who passed at a young age. Each year the tournament continues to grow as golfers (members & non-members) gather for a day of fun, camaraderie, to recapture memories and express gratitude to all the volunteers who have so generously donated their time and efforts in keeping this exceptional course running.

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Well upgrade completed

Greenwood’s Well Upgrade Project funded by a $394,400 Towns For Tomorrow infrastructure grant has been completed. Towns For Tomorrow provided 80 per cent of the funding. It took a lot of work to get things this far along. It began in 2011. The Ministry of Community, Sport and Cultural Development required the City to jump through a lot of hoops. They needed to complete a Sustainable Management Plan, Asset Management Plan, Water Conservation Plan and a Groundwater-Well Head Protection Plan. The asset study deemed that a new well should be drilled and assessed the value of the existing On a rainy day last week members of Greenwood council and Superintendent of Public wells as well as developing a strate- Works Randy Smith stood with Lou Pride from CTQ Engineering Consultants and Hugh gy for the management of the wells. McKay from Interior Instrument and Tech Services both from Kelowna at the official comAnother set of tests was carried missioning of the new well system for the city. out – required for communities to continue supplying water without New electrical controls for the Provitrol from remote locations. disinfection. Soft Starts were installed on well #4 dence Street lift station are now housed Pumping tests were completed on and #5 to reduce the intense water ham- in the main well #5 kiosk. “We will be well #2 and well #4 to verify specific ca- mer that was occurring with the exist- installing 575 volt motors and removing pacities, efficiencies, current capacities ing starters. This will in turn decrease the existing controls that are housed inand water quality. Capacity and draw- the strain on the rest of the water dis- side of the confined space of the wet well down data is compared to original well tribution system. A transfer switch was area,” said Smith. “This will greatly inlogs to check for changes. installed in the kiosk so a single gen- crease safety and monitoring capabilities A six inch exploratory test bore was erator can be hooked up to run the two of our most vulnerable pumping station. drilled on the north end of the ball field wells and the main sewer lift station in Fortis will salvage the 230 volt service and a number of criteria were checked the case of emergency power outages. when our work is completed. to ensure the site was suitable for a large According to Superintendent of Pubdiameter production well. The results lic Works Randy Smith the City will be were very positive and it was decided to looking at grants or gas tax funding to proceed with a production well with a purchase a used generator to install at 12-inch casing at the site. the site in the near future. A pump capable of providing a water Well # 4 upgrades include replacesupply during peak use and for fire flow ment of non-code electrical controls requirements was installed. with remote softs starts and an upgrade The photograph of the spilt load Instruments that allow for remote from 480 v to 600 v service and motor. of logs in last week’s paper was forreading of the other well and other elecAt the reservoir the old hard-wired warded to the Times by Ann Rexin trical upgrades were installed in the sin- Telus reservoir level monitoring system but was taken by her son Dennis gle kiosk housing all of the controls for was replaced with wireless controls and while he was traveling to Victoria. well # 4, the new well # 5 and the Provi- monitoring. The cost savings should be Our page one picture caption got dence street lift station. approximately $150 - $200 month. The the spelling of Reine Fossen wrong. All controls will be monitored by a upgrades also include an alarm system Our apologies for the errors. system that allows monitoring and con- and an engineered reservoir hatch.

For the record

Document Retention: How long should you keep financial documents? Do you find that you have a box where all your important documents get thrown into or have a hard time finding that one statement when you need it? Are you not sure what to keep or shred? The following should help you establish a document retention policy that works for you. Remember if you do own your own business, you must keep your business paperwork separate from your personal paperwork to avoid hassles should you be audited. Keep for 1 Month • Bank withdrawal and deposit slips • receipts: If paid cash enter them into your monthly budget and then shred. If paid with a credit card wait until your monthly statement arrives and double check that the amounts are correct. Keep your receipt if you purchased something with a warranty until your warranty expires or no longer own the item. Please note that if the receipt is claimed on taxes, then you must keep it for 6 years with your tax returns. • Internet, telephone & Utility Bills: Keep these for one month and then shred. If you own your own business and can write-off these expenses, then you should keep the bills for 6 years. Keep for 1 Year • Monthly Bank Statements: Keep for 1 year, unless you have your own business, in which case you should hold on to them for 6 years. • Monthly Brokerage/Mutual fund Statements: Reconcile with your annual statement and then shred. • Monthly Credit Card Statements: Keep these for 1 year. If you have your own business and have purchased items

with your credit card, then you should keep the statement for 6 years. • Monthly Mortgage Statements: Reconcile with your annual statement and then shred. • pay Stubs: Reconcile with your T4 and then shred. Keep for 6 YearS • tax returns/t4 forms: Starting from the end of the return’s tax year. • receipts & Statements Used for tax returns • annual Mortgage Statements Keep forever – These items should go in a locked fireproof safe or safety deposit box for secure storage. • adoption records/Birth Certificate/ Marriage Certificate/Death Certificates • Divorce agreement/Child Custody orders • Will and/or power of attorney/Legal Correspondence • Investment records • Medical records: These records would include record with dates of childhood and adulthood immunizations, health screening results, cancer screenings, records of any major surgeries or times you were in the hospital, records of your hearing and vision checkups, and a list of medicines you have used in the past. • Military records • pension plan records • Life Insurance records: Life of the policy, plus 10 years. • auto/home/Life Insurance policy Information: Keep as long as the policy is still active and then shred. • auto records: Keep as long as you own the vehicle.

• receipts for Major home Improvements: Keep until you no longer own the home. • Warrantees/Guarantees: Life of the product • Bills for Big purchases: Keep these receipts in an insurance file for proof of their value in the event of loss or damage. The CRA website has a guide with even more in depth details. Feel free to contact Cheryl (Cher) Wood, CPA, CGA, at 250-495-3383 or cwood@rhncga.com. We are happy to help!


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Business and Service Directory – find it on page 17

Swing into Spring Fashion Show & Tea Grade 6/7 2015 Fieldtrip Fundraiser

May 9th 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Greenwood Senior Drop-in Centre Tickets: $15.00 Available at Greenwood Elementary and Yellow Door Boutique • Fashion Show (The Yellow Door) • Refreshments • Afternoon Tea • Door Prizes • Raffle Basket • $100 Gift Certificate from the Yellow Door Boutique Contact Evie Payne 250.443.5126 or Greenwood Elementary 250.445.6616

Among the many exhibits and displays patrons enjoyed the sculpture by Paul Schleicher at the 2nd annual Kettle River Art Show in the Rock Creek pavilion last Saturday.

Artists’ work on display

The Kettle River Artists hosted their second annual Art Show last Saturday at the Rock Creek Pavilion. The show was held in conjunction with B.C. Arts and Culture Week (April 20-26). There were displays and workshops in water colour, tissue paper collage, pastels and finger-painting. The Singing Kettles were there in the morning and Ellen Tolson provided music in the afternoon.

Work by students in the District 51 Aboriginal Education Program were there as well. Inuksucks made with sand dough by Mrs. Macfarlane’s Kindergarten/Grade 1 class and Mrs. Hanson at Midway Elementary; Cornhusk Dolls were made by the Grade 4/5 class at Greenwood Elementary and Mrs. Hanson under the direction of guest presenter Taress Alexis. There were also Fusion Glass Pendants and Mosaic Coasters made by

Grade 5 students at West Boundary under guidance by guest artist Cindy Alblas; and Moonsticks created by the Grade 4/5 class at Greenwood Elementary. Totem Shields on rawhide – in many stages of completion were also on display from Mrs. Fraser and Mrs. Herdman’s Grade 6/7 class at West Boundary. Photography by local author-photographers Liz Bryan and Marijka van Kuik and sculpture by Paul Schleicher was shown.

Three-day Ponderosa Festival returns From Aug. 22 to 24, 2014, Ponderosa Festival will be back in beautiful Rock Creek, British Columbia, for its second year celebrating arts, music and freshness. Ponderosa Festival is a three-day festival experience that includes picturesque riverside camping, over 20 bands on two stages, local artists, food market, and unlimited good vibes. According to a press release announcing the event that was released on Monday this year artists will come from across North America. Organizers promise a summer event that is sure to get people moving. “It will be an unforgettable grass roots celebration that will be well worth driving to.” This year the festival will feature such acts as Plants and Animals, Blouse, BRAIDS, Good For Grapes, Jay Malinowski & the Deadcost, and some great local BC acts such as the Funk Hunters, Ladyhawk, Gay Nineties, and No Sinner. Ponderosa Festival is the brainchild of Kia Zahrabi and Kris Hargrave, two friends that grew up in the Okanagan and Boundary regions of BC who had the dream of creating unique events, sharing good music, and making great memories. “It all started with a simple conversation between two friends on the power of music and how it brings people to-

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A night scene from the 2013 Ponderosa Arts and Music Festival in Rock Creek.

gether,” said Hargrave in the press release. The idea further ignited after an orchard party at the family farm in the Okanagan Valley during the summer of 2012. What started off as a gathering of a couple dozen close friends turned into a long weekend party of nearly 100, playing music, tubing down the river, camping under the stars, and eating mouthwatering fresh fruits right off of the tree. That vision morphed into a dream to put on a summer festival – a dream that became a reality last August. The first annual Ponderosa Festival took place at the Rock Creek Fairgrounds from August 30 to September 2, 2013. It brought amazing talent to the stage and an incredible group of people together for a weekend of shear bliss. The location, the arts, the food, the story, and of course, the music all contribute

to the unique festival experience that is Ponderosa.” Kris and Kia are so passionate about this project and take every opportunity to bring something genuine and pure to those who attend. The two of them talk about going back to the true meaning of ‘hosting’ a party. This is what they feel has, and will separate them from other music festivals. “We are striving to maintain a certain vibe and are looking to build a sense of community that we feel has faded from some of the larger outdoor music events,” said Zahrabi. The Ponderosa team has a focus on sustainability and believes in organic growth. Rock Creek is a small community that enjoys its laid back, undiscovered reputation and the organizers want to be sure the festival grows at a rate that the community is comfortable with. For this reason, they see Ponderosa as a niche festival – a unique getaway festival experience. At least two nearby residents complained about the volume and late hours to the fair association that rented the venue to festival organizers at last years’ event. Discussions between the fair board and Ponderosa have led to an agreement to try to lessen the disturbance for nearby residents.

VILLAGE OF MIDWAY NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING Monday, May 12, 2014, 7:00 p.m. Midway Community Hall, 692 Seventh Avenue A public budget meeting will be held on Monday, May 12, 2014 at 7:00 pm at the Midway Community Hall. The purpose of the meeting is to present the 2013 report of Remuneration and Expenses paid by the Village of Midway to and on behalf of Councillor’s for the Fiscal Year 2013. The Council Reports presented at the meeting will be available for inspection at the municipal hall during regular office hours. IN ADDITION Council for the Village of Midway also invites the Public to review the proposed 2014 – 2018 Five Year Financial Plan for the Operating and Capital Expenditures of the Village of Midway. Copies of the financial plan will be available on Friday, May 9th, prior to the public meeting as well as at the public meeting. Please plan to attend, as this is an opportunity for residents of Midway to provide input on the future of our community. Penny Feist Chief Administrative Officer

Mother’s Day Church Program Saturday, May 10, 2014

Westbridge Community Hall (Westbridge)

10:00 a.m. Adult Bible Study: Christ’s Death and the Law - There is also a separate program for the children. 11:30 a.m. Church Service: Mothers of the Bible 12:30 p.m. Vegetarian Lunch

You are invited to attend.

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Boundary Creek Times Thursday, May 1, 2014

Editorial

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Blueprint a race to the bottom?

On Tuesday the BC Liberal government announced the launch of their Skills for Jobs Blueprint to re-engineer education and training. The news release they issued said the celebration around the announcement brought together students, educators and employers to profile skilled trades that will soon be in high demand. The idea is to target more resources to meet labour market priorities. B.C.’s Skills for Jobs Blueprint lays out a major shift to a data-driven system where training dollars and programs are targeted to jobs in demand. The question is: shouldn’t they have been doing this all along? According to the government the blueprint is anchored by a strong emphasis on labour needs throughout the province, including those of the liquefied natural gas (LNG) sector. A lot of the talk from Victoria keeps circling around LNG—an industry that by and large doesn’t even exist yet in B.C. And if they are talking about fracking for that gas we need to ask why we should buy into a resource industry that has never been proven to be environmentally benign. Instead senior levels of government have been promoting programs such as the temporary foreign worker shmozzle. That program seems to indicate that the current education system either isn’t capable of training our young people to even flip burgers—or maybe it’s just that the current education system has failed to train young graduates to be happy competing for jobs paying third world wages. It makes one wonder what happened to the concept of paying a living wage—one that doesn’t impoverish people. It may well be a blueprint for the race to the bottom —in living standards and environmental standards.

Letters Policy The Times welcomes letters to the editor that are of interest to our community. Whatever the subject, there are a few basic guidelines to follow before The Times will publish your comment. – Letters must be received by 4 p.m. Friday for the following week’s paper. – One letter per person per month. – Letters should be typed or neatly written and present the issues as clearly as possible in 350 words or less. – All letters must contain the name, address and signature of the writer, and a phone number where they may be reached during business hours. – Anonymous letters will not be published and pen names may not be used, except in exceptional circumstances at the discretion of the editor. – The editor reserves the right to edit for length, clarity or reject letters over matters of libel, legality, taste or style. Letters published do not necessarily reflect the editorial policy or belief of this newspaper. Send all letters to reporter@boundarycreektimes.com

ChuckBennett Bennett Chuck Karen Bennett Publisher Publisher/Editor Publisher

I must confess to running short of time to get this weeks’ column together so we’ll rerun one from April 2009.

written. All I had to do was to look up that C46 code in the manual and then I would have a pretty good clue on where I was going. The iPod has somehow made it into common usage But no such luck – nowhere in the manual was a list and it doesn’t have but the one word on it – “MENU”. It’s of troubleshooting codes. ‘Troubleshooting’ didn’t appear got a couple of symbols too; but they usually just lead me in either the index or the table of contents. That’s shows to the wrong part of the aforementioned “MENU”. how far technology has brought us – no more trouble is I knew I was technologically challenged years anticipated. ago. I’d go over to some friend’s house – friends Anyhow I made one more try at burning A LITTLE whose seven or eight year old kids would be PERSPECTIVE another DVD the other night just before the playing with their Nintendo or Atari. I’d ask Red Sox game was going to be televised. Of them to give me a shot and within 1.6543387 course it didn’t work and I wound up with minutes, without fail, they would tell me to give thoughts of ‘burning’ a DVD player or comthe controller back because it was hurting their puter or something. brain watching anyone as bad as I was. I sat there considering that at least I could I never did get the hang of anything beyond take a break and watch the game. I rememmaybe level 3 on Pong. bered it was on channel 46 on the Shaw cable Pat But the other day I was trying to burn some and that’s when it all became clear to me. All KELLY DVD’s of a home movie and every time the that time the DVD player was unable to read computer made another shiny disk, the DVD the improperly written disc it would revert to player would spit it out as unreadable. the TV mode – playing, of course, on chanSpecial K bought us a pretty fancy DVD machine a few nel 46; hence the C46. years ago. The arm that it cost me has almost completely *** re-grown now. Anyhow this sucker is supposed to play Important late addition to the community calendar. anything and everything. I think the box said you could The Midway Partnership Fund (MPF) AGM Tuesday, May even play a PB&J sandwich on it too. Except I was having 6, 2014 at the Midway Curling Club at 7 p.m. a deuce of a time getting it to read anything authored by A representative from the Boundary Phoenix Foundamy computer. tion will be there with a short presentation about what But there was hope! The DVD player would try to read Foundations can do for the community and what residents the disk and after saying “NO SUPP” on its little digital can do to help. The MPF distributes funds to projects that display it would show a code -- C46. focus within the geographical area of the Village of MidI was able to figure out that the “NO SUPP” probably way and are designed to benefit a maximum number of meant the machine didn’t support the disk as it had been people in the Midway area.

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Thursday, May 1, 2014 Boundary Creek Times

Opinion

Parkview Manor

by David Black

Kitimat refinery will create jobs This is the second of two columns addressing what I see as the greatest threat to the B.C. environment in our lifetime. The Alberta oil industry’s Northern Gateway plan is to export bitumen to Asia via tankers from the B.C. coast. Under no circumstances should we allow that to happen. A bitumen spill at sea could destroy our coastline, together with the fish and wildlife that depend on it, for hundreds of years. My first column discussed the light oil spill by the Exxon Valdez and the terrible toll it took on the Alaskan habitat and fishery. It also gave proof that a bitumen spill would be far worse. A bitumen spill would be almost completely unrecoverable because it would sink and stay on the bottom of our seabed. The solution that is best for Canada is to build a refinery in Kitimat. I am promoting and backing this solution. It will convert the bitumen to very light fuels that would float and evaporate if ever spilled. There are other enormous benefits: There will be a major reduction in greenhouse gases. We will use new cutting-edge Canadian technology in our refinery. It will be so clean that in combination with oilsands extraction there will be less CO2 than in the huge conventional oilfields and refineries of Iraq and Nigeria. In other words the Kitimat refinery will neutralize the extra greenhouse gases generated in Canada’s oilsands. This refinery will be built in Asia if not in Kitimat, and if so it will emit double the CO2 of our new design. This is the reason that Andrew Weaver of the B.C. Green Party is in favour of a Canadian refinery. An Asian refinery will also generate 100 train cars a day of very dirty coke (much fouler than B.C. coal) which will be subsequently burnt in the atmosphere to create power. The Kitimat refinery will not result in the production of any coke. As we all live on one planet, it is far better for the global environment to build this refinery in Canada. Construction of the refinery will create 6,000 jobs in B.C. for five years. Operations at the refinery will result in more permanent jobs than any project has ever created in B.C. with approximately 3,000 direct jobs. These will be highly paid permanent jobs. These jobs will be available for the life of the refinery which should be in excess of 50 years. In addition there will be thousands of other jobs created in spinoff local petrochemical companies and in indirect employment throughout the province. The Canadian and provincial governments, local regional districts and municipalities, and many First Nations, will share in billions of new tax dollars each year. Unfortunately our Canadian oil companies are not inter-

ested in building a new major refinery. They are focused on extraction which is more profitable than refining. One of them challenged me to spearhead the refinery myself, so I am doing that. We have a solid business plan and as a consequence Chinese banks and other institutions are prepared to lend us most of the funds required to build the greenest and most efficient refinery in the world. We are currently moving ahead with engineering design and environmental work. We will also build a safe pipeline from Alberta to the refinery, with the active participation of First Nations. Modern pipelines can be built and operated safely. Leak data is available for everyone to see on Canadian and U.S. government websites and it proves recently constructed pipelines are not leaking. Furthermore some of the best pipelining companies in the world are based in Canada. In addition we will build a fleet of new tankers, powered by LNG rather than Bunker C oil, to transport the refined products to Asia. This way we know the tankers will be state-of-the-art and as safe as possible. The fleet will be owned by a company based in B.C. so it cannot shirk its legal liability if there ever is a spill at sea. Let me be up front about my biases. I am for creating thousands of good permanent jobs in B.C. I am for creating billions of new tax dollars for government coffers. I am for reducing the planet’s greenhouse gas emissions. I am for building an oil pipeline that will never leak. I am for building a modern tanker fleet that carries only refined fuels that float and evaporate if spilled. I am against shipping bitumen in tankers. If you agree that we should not put bitumen in tankers please contact your local MP and say so. The Canadian government makes a decision on Northern Gateway next month.

Letters to the editor Make Canada pesticide-free An open letter to the Prime Minister of Canada and all MPs and the Premier of British Columbia and all BC MLAs Noxious weeds must be controlled. But why use poisons to control weeds when hand pulling them, stepping on them, mow-

ing and other natural methods will do a much better job at much less cost? Pesticide companies poison three million people each year! Poisons get into soil, plants and in our drinking water, where it poisons everything, including birds. With bird populations down, grasshoppers

HUGS S and G U SL If you have a hug or a slug, we’d like to hear it. We will print the anonymous submissions for all to see. Be honest, but all we ask is that you keep it tasteful. Editor’s discretion will always be exercised. Simply email reporter@boundarycreektimes.com with your short quips, compliments or complaints; or you may drop them off at 318 South Copper Street in Greenwood.

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and other problems flourish. The people in Canada deserve to breath clean air, drink safe water and eat pesticidefree food. Make Canada a PesticideFree Country. Gladys Brown, Midway

Hugs: To everyone who understands, accepts, respects and appreciates their fellow citizens! Hats off to you all! Hugs: To all the Volunteers of the Westbridge Community Hall.  There are so many we can’t list them all.  Sending a HUGE Thank You to all!! Slugs: To those people who leave garbage such as soiled, ripped clothing and broken items at the Westbridge Thrift Shop. Hugs: To all the volunteers helping the Lions Club serving an excellent Easter dinner. Hugs: To the excellent reporter of the Boundary Creek Times writing a good article on the 8th year of the Lions Easter dinner Hugs: To Tom and RJ at Bored Room Bistro for covering the rental of the community hall for the minor hockey annual general meeting and awards banquet.

Spring Tea & Bazaar Saturday, May 10 1:00 - 4:00 pm

Baked goods - crafts - flea market Everyone welcome!

670 9th Avenue, Midway, BC

Our kitchen is now open!

You don’t have to be a golfer to enjoy our new, revamped menu. Want to hold a birthday party or a dinner party? How about a graduation dinner or a staff party? Or how about lunch or dinner with some friends? You can order off the menu or we will cater your function.

The setting is beautiful, food is wonderful and the service terrific. Call Krisie at 250-446-2826 to book your event. Spring hours: Mon - Thur 11 am - 7 pm, Fri - Sun 10 am - 7 pm (Hours will be extended during the summer months)

PUBLIC MEETING The RDKB’s Solid Waste Management Plan review is moving to the next stage of gathering input from involved residents, municipal staff and waste industry personnel. The next meetings of the Joint Technical and Public Advisory Committee will held on May 7th at the Grand Forks Seniors Hall and May 8th at the Trail United Church Hall (1300 Pine Ave). Both meetings start at 6pm and the public is welcome to attend. For more information on these meetings and your opportunity to have a say in how waste services are delivered in the region, please check out our webpage at www.rdkb.com or ‘like’ us on Facebook: ‘kNOw Waste-RDKB’.

We at the Times saw all the changes announced at Canada Post 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 few 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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Athletes receive awards

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The Boundary Minor Hockey Association AGM and Awards Banquet was held in the Midway Community Hall on April 17. The association is running early registration for the President – Rob Payne Vice President – Andrew Bartelings Secretary – Andrea Kohler Treasurer – TBD Two-year director – John Boltz A bylaw revision that would allow for three one-year directors was approved and the three individuals taking on the job are Byron Colin, Bo Mcfarlane and

Marc Geen. All of the Jr. Novice and Sr. Novice received a medal and a certificate. There is one award for Jr. Novice - Garvin Cox Award – Most Improved Player. This year it was awarded to Cassie Moline. Recognition to the older players was given to: Atom Hart Trophy - Ben MacFarlane James Norris Trophy Daniel MacFarlane Calder Trophy - Jonah Payne Frank Selke Trophy -

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Maxwell McQueen Lady Byng Award - Ayden Colin Castlegar HEART Trophy - Sarah MacDonald July 26, 2014 let Pee Wee Featuring live music, dance, performa Hart Trophy - Rylonn Elliot cultures represented in the Kootenay James Norris Trophy - Ronan Goodrich let’s celebrate! culturalfrom event! Calder Trophy - Colin Grob Featuring live music, dance, performances and cuisine the diverse Frank Selke Trophy - Solomon Payne cultures represented in the Kootenay region. Be a part of this exciting Lady Byng Award - JT Boltz cultural event! HEART Trophy - Sheinah Bosovich www.kootenayfestival.com Midget EXHIBITOR BOOTHS Encouraging the appreciation & recognition of Exhibitors are encouraged to provide an “exp Hart Trophy - David Launier community diversity through artistic expression demonstration and presentation. If you are s entertainment & cuisine. James Norris Trophy - Derik Launier EXHIBITOR BOOTHS craftsmanship is expected and your product Calder Trophy - Kari Durban Exhibitors are encouraged to provide an “experience” for festival attendees through Any exhibitors with imported products will be demonstration and presentation. If CALL you are selling a FOR product, a highVENDORS qualitypictures of include several of your work with yo Most Improved Player - Adam Terashita craftsmanship is expected and your product must be crafted, grown or produced locally. Lady Byng Award - Darren Peterson • EXHIBITOR BOOTHS Any exhibitors with imported products will be asked to remove them immediately. Please FOOD VENDOR BOOTHS HEART Trophy - Miranda Boltz include several pictures of your work with your booking form ifcommittee applicable.will $40.00 The be looking for a variety o • FOOD VENDOR BOOTHS Food vendors must provide a permit from the FOOD VENDOR BOOTHS • NON-PROFIT EXHIBITOR Jerry Watson was given a hearty and abide by their rules and regulations. $60 BOOTHS committee year’s will be looking for a variety of local cuisines as well as family favourites. round of applause for The another To apply contact Audrey Polovnikoff at Food vendors must provide a permit from theplease Interior Health Authority by June 15, 2011 BOOTHS NON-PROFIT EXHIBITOR service at the concession. there and “Being abide by their rules and regulations. $60.00 ext. 4105 250-365-3386 These booths are for information only. No pro an hour before practice and serving up items tothe be given away mustform be approved or download and submit application at by meals on the fly,” was how PayneEXHIBITOR deNON-PROFIT BOOTHS http://www.kootenayfestival.com/apply.html These booths are for information only. No products or foodTo items areplease to be contact sold andAudrey any Polovnikoff a apply scribed it. items to be given away must be approved by the Festival Committee. $25.00 submit the application form at http://www.ko The rental of the community hall for Deadline for submission is May 31, 2014 the evening was paid for To byapply Bored pleaseRoom contact Audrey Polovnikoff at 250-365-3386 ext. 4105 or download and for submis Deadline submit the application form at http://www.kootenayfestival.com/apply.html Bistro in Midway. KEY NOTE SPONSOR Early bird registration is now open Deadline for submission is May  31, 2011     until May 31. Registration forms are Area I and J available online at www.boundarymi          norhockey.ca Registration forms must be in by May 31with a non-refundable $50 payment for registration as well as a payment schedule or post dated cheques. Payne said that everyone was very happy with the new dressing rooms. “We have one of the best arenas in the West Kootenays,” he said. “We look forward to the upcoming season—it’ll be here before we know it,” he added confidently.

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Vern Moline (left), Aaron and Nicole Ferrier present Cassie Moline with the Jr. Novice-Garvin Cox Award given each year to the Most Improved Jr. Novice player.

Voices as art The Singing Kettles entertained the crowd at the 2nd annual Art Show hosted by the Kettle River Artists last Saturday at the Rock Creek Pavilion.

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BOOKMOBILE Coming to Rock Creek

• Bibles • Christian Materials for Children • Assortment of Food for Vegetarian Meals Thursday, May 8, 2014 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Rock Creek 3940 Highway #3 (East of Rock Creek where the speed limit changes from 80 to 100)


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Anarchist homes now FireSmart It has taken the residents of some 125 homes on Anarchist Mountain only nine months to be recognized as a FireSmart community by FireSmart Canada. Last Saturday afternoon they came together to witness the awarding of a sign by Thomas Blank Coordinator of Forest Fuel Management for First Nations Emergency Services working out of Kamloops. Blank had come to the Osoyoos Mountain Estates Welcome Centre on Peregrine Road and Hwy 3 along with Peter Hisch who is B.C.’s Superintendent of Fuel Management working out of Cranbrook. Hisch works for the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations, Wildfire Management Branch. They can be found online at www.bcwildfire.ca. The two are responsible for the entire province so a lot of work goes on via phone and email. Blank presented the award on behalf of FireSmart Canada to the Anarchist Mountain FireSmart Board that was formed last April. MLA Linda Larson was on hand as well. “This is amazing what you have done,” said Larson. “I am not going to claim to have anything to do with it at all, but I am going to steal it and encourage other areas of the province to do what you have done. You are a model community for what should be happening throughout the province.” “The work we’ve done in the community is what we are trying to take across the province,” Blank said during the ceremony. “You are one of the top ten communities that has made the list so far.” According to Anarchist Mountain Community Association President Mark McKinney theirs’ is the first non-First Nation community in BC to be recognized as a FireSmart Community by FireSmart Canada. Since the FireSmart Board was formed they have held seminars for residents and conducted property assessments to document the efforts of residents. This was done within the guidelines of FireSmart Canada. “What you folks have done here is exactly how it is supposed to work,” said

Blank. “I can’t thank you enough for all the effort and energy that you have put into this.” Blank said the program sets a target of $2 per capita as what it should cost for a community to achieve certification. It is estimated that the Anarchist Mountain program cost less than $500. There is no provincial funding for FireSmart to private homeowners. He said forest fuel management starts at your backdoor and moves out to the forest. “What we are looking for in order to save a structure is about five to ten metres from you home outwards. It truly gives your home a chance to survive a wildfire.” Hisch called the Anarchist Mountain program a poster-child for how it is supposed to work. “Community driven, neighbourhood driven, people working together to get this done for the private land and home owners.” Hisch recently held the first of six FireSmart representative workshops that will be held around the province. The workshops are meant to train the trainer with local government representatives, regional district emergency service coordinators and structural fire department personnel learning so that local residents have someone they can go to in their community. The first workshop in Creston was attended by two residents from Anarchist Mountain and they will be conducting half-day seminars to pass on their knowledge. Kamloops will be the closest remaining workshop to be held, though the date has yet to be announced. “The biggest missing piece from my perspective in B.C. is the FireSmart on private land,” said Hisch. “I am hopeful we can continue the fuels program provincially because it is the ounce of prevention. You aren’t going to prevent fire starts but you are going to mitigate the devastating impacts of wildfire we have by conducting the treatments.” Four residents came together as the local FireSmart Board. Chuck Harrison served as president at first, and he is now the secretary with Denis Thomson as

Walter Klinowki (left), Richard Douziach, Chuck Harrison, Darren Hutchenson and Thomas Blank pose beside the sign recognizing the Anarchist Mountain community for work done to prepare for a wildland-urban interface fire.

the president. adopted the International Wildland-Urban Another founding member is Richard Interface Code. Douziach who said, “Awareness of what we “This has brought the community tocan do as a community and as individu- gether in ways I could never have imagals to make our homes and our commu- ined,” said Hutcheson who owns Quintech nity as protected as possible. Communities Fire Services whose equipment can be have a responsibility to protect themselves. seen just above the Canyonview Bridge. Thinking ahead and you prepare your “We can easily duplicate this anywhere. property with a little bit of common sense.” If people in the Boundary want to do this Also on the FireSmart Board are Walter we are willing to help them. It is easy to Klinowki and Darren Hutchenson. do.” The program was funded by the AnarThose interested can contact Hisch at chist Mountain Community Society and peter.hisch@gov.bc.ca or Blank at tblank@ 100 per cent of the residents participated. fness.bc.ca Also attending the ceremony was This week’s feature: See this Mark Pendergraft rural director of It’s spring car week’s Area A of the regional district. West Osoyoos Mountain Estates was cleaning time! Kootenay very supportive of the program. They Advertiser donated a lot to be used for residents to drop off the brush and slash they clear from their property and the develD O W N T O W N C A S T L E G A R oper has

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We at the Times saw all the changes announced at Canada Post 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 few 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.

She has been accepted to attend Selkirk College for the Digital Arts New Media Program this fall. “I love animation, it is part of my whole life including my brothers’ and I just want to make my imagination come to life and move,” said Joey in her grad transition interview with Councillor Pam Storie. Joey say she’s always been a hard worker—beginning when she was 12 doing yard work for the neighbours. Joey is in Borderline 4-H Sheep Club. But instead of a lamb project this year and last year she did her own art project. “Each month I did a different project and kept notes on costs, etc.” Her project this year is a stop motion animation – from character development, to writing the script, to putting it all together on a disc. Joey is an impressive young woman. Along with her many other activities she is a member of BCSS Spirit Club, holds a green belt in Taekwondo and has traveled to Japan. Her inspirational quote for her exit interview file is; “Always believe in yourself; do this and you have nothing to fear.”

He’s taken shop courses at BCSS when they were available and is familiar with the parts of an engine and the tools used in the trade. When asked why he chose welding he said, “I tried welding once in mechanics shop and I thought this is really neat to do. I can see myself doing that.” Ryan’s favourite courses were the early sciences—how and why things work the way they do as well as the fitness courses. “I enjoy taking care of my body and exercising. Makes me feel good.” He has gained certificates through the Fire Suppression course. When asked how he has matured he said he has learned that as you get a little older that people won’t take care of you forever and you have to make your own life decisions. “I know I will have to get a job and a savings account to cover my course and if I need it later.” Among his strengths he lists paying attention to detail when working, making sure he completes the whole job and his good communication skills. He is accomplished at operating a reel mower, tractor mower and excavator. Ryan has spent his whole life in the Boundary. His favourite hobby is hiking or playing soccer with his friends or floating down the river during the summer. For an inspirational quote he picked, “Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is to try just one more time.”

Lautard named vice-principal School District 51 has announced that Anna Lautard has been appointed vice-principal of West Boundary Elementary School effective Aug. 1, 2014 to July 31, 2015. Lautard currently teaches at Boundary Central Secondary School. She will join Principal Brian Foy as the four elementary schools in the West Boundary—Greenwood, Midway, West Boundary and Beaverdell—continue with the Four-School/ One-Principal Model.

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Immunization is community’s best shot Submitted

The current measles outbreak in parts of our province is a powerful reminder of the importance of immunization. When immunization rates drop, whole communities can be at risk. An immunization rate of 95 per cent is needed to help protect vulnerable people in the community. If the majority of people are vaccinated for a disease, it becomes harder for the disease

to spread from person to person. When people stop immunizing diseases come back. This puts our more vulnerable citizens at risk including young children, seniors, and people with certain medical conditions or weakened immune systems. In the last 50 years, immunization has saved more lives in Canada than any other health intervention. April 26 to May 3 is National Immunization Awareness Week.

Church Directory GREENWOOD Sacred Heart Catholic Church Rev. Marcel Côté – 326 Church Avenue Mass - Saturday 5 pm St. Jude’s Anglican Church of Canada Rev. Simon Shenstone 250-442-5808 145 S. Kimberley Services at 4 pm (1st, 3rd & 5th Sunday) Evangel Chapel Interim Pastor Martin Fromme 250-449-1978 Food Bank (Errol/Gerry) 250-584-4164 401 N. Kimberley Service - Sunday at 10 am St. Columba United Church of Canada Rev. Kim Horwood 250-442-3311 101 S. Government Service & Sunday School - Sunday 9 am www.boundaryunited.ca MIDWAY Boundary Community Church Pastor Ryan van Kuik 250-449-1439 at the Midway Community Hall Service - Sunday at 10 am King of Kings New Testament & Academy Pastor Rick Steingard 250-449-2252 735 9th Ave Service - Sunday at 10 am Jehovah’s Witnesses 943 13th Street 250-449-2665 Tuesday - 7 pm Sunday - 10 am ROCK CREEK New Kettle River Chapel Pastor Dave Janke 250-446-2341; cell 250-273-4321 1735 Hwy #33 Coffee & fellowship - Sunday 10:00 am Service - Sunday 10:30 am St. Mary’s Anglican Church Kettle Valley Service - 2nd & 4th Sunday at 10:30 am BRIDESVILLE Sidley Mountain Cowboy Church Pastor Ed Brouwer 250-495-4877 Service at 6 pm on 2nd and 4th Sunday Bridesville Hall WESTBRIDGE Humuh Monastry Buddhist Meditation & Empowerment Centre Master Maticintin (1-800-336-6015) Meditation & Spiritual Teachings Sunday at 11 am Seventh-day Adventist Church Harald Zinner 250-446-2517 Westbridge Community Hall Service - Saturday at 10 am

This year’s theme Vaccination: Your Best Shot is an important reminder that immunization is the best protection against many serious diseases. Dr. Sue Pollock, Medical Health Officer, reminds us that we all have an important role to play in preventing the spread of vaccine preventable diseases like measles, mumps, and whooping cough. “Many of today’s parents have not seen such diseases in their

lifetimes; thanks to very successful immunization programs. Some people don’t realize just how dangerous these diseases can be,” added Dr. Pollock. “Measles and chickenpox viruses can lead to serious complications like pneumonia and encephalitis (brain swelling). Pertussis (whooping cough) can cause seizures and brain damage in babies and mumps infection can result in deafness. “The risk of having a serious

side effect from a vaccine is very small. The benefits of vaccination far outweigh the risks.” Sorting fact from fiction is not easy, but it’s important to have correct information. Dr. Pollock suggests parents make sure they get immunization information from credible sources such as public health nurses, family physicians, and reliable websites like ImmunizeBC (www.immunizeBC.ca).

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Selkirk College. “The Art of Aging Vibrantly” runs from May 7 to 28 on Wednesdays from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Nelson’s Silver King Campus. Using a simple step-by step process, Ness will teach you to clear limiting aging attitudes, open yourself to new possibilities, and create your own blueprint so that your next chapter can be filled with purpose, enthusiasm, and fulfillment. With a background of

Ivan Gregson Jan. 31, 1935 March 1, 2014

Ivan Gregson passed away suddenly at home on March 1st, 2014 at the age of 79 years. He will be sadly missed by his sweetheart Jeannette Spooner with whom he spent 21 happy years. Ivan was predeceased by his parents Thomas and Illa Gregson; his brother Edward; sisters Kathleen Hutchison, Gladys Williams and Velma Cowels as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Ivan was born on the farm near Cookson, SK on January 31, 1935. He suffered many illnesses in his lifetime. He had asthma as a small child, he lost his father when he was only twelve years old and had Polio at age fifteen. It left him with a weakened left arm and shoulder. He never let it slow him down and he was very active all his life until the last couple of years. Ivan had cancer in his 50s, a heart attack in his 60s, a stroke in his 70s, cancer again in his 70s and in later years, dementia. Ivan was a trapper, a cowboy and a truck driver, although he drove truck for thirty four years he was always a cowboy at heart. To know him was to love him. He was cremated and his ashes will be interred at the Bridesville Cemetery. There will be a memorial service at the Bridesville Hall at 10:30 a.m. Saturday May 10, 2014. Condolences and tributes may be directed to the family by visiting www.nunes-pottinger.com Arrangements entrusted to Nunes-Pottinger Funeral Service & Crematorium, Oliver & Osoyoos.

30 years in counseling and group facilitation, Ness’s passion has always been to support people to live to their potential. “After my mother and aunt developed dementia, I was inspired to live my life to the fullest and am dedicated to helping other women to do the same,” says Ness. Known for her warmth and authenticity, Ness’s innovative style presents a unique blend of energy medicine techniques along with a vast

range of skills and strategies. The course costs $79 (plus GST) and requires pre-registration by calling 250-3543220 or contacting Selkirk College at nelsonce@selkirk. ca. To learn more about the four-week class you can contact Ness at 250.428.0038 or via email at peggy@peggyness.com. Learn more about Selkirk’s Community Education and Workplace Training and join us on Facebook.

Heart also important From the Back Pew ”Just saying”, by the sometimes irreverent Ed Brouwer. No claims of absolute originality are made for this material. As one man said, “I milk a lot of cows, but I churn my own butter.”

A boy asked his father, “Dad, if three frogs were sitting on a limb that hung over a pool, and one frog decided to jump off into the pool, how many frogs would be left on the limb?” The dad replied, “Two”. “No,” the son told him. “There are three frogs and one decides to jump, how many are left?” The dad said, “Oh, I get it, if one decides to jump, the others would too. So there are none left.” The boy said, “No dad, the answer is three. The frog only DECIDED to jump.” Deciding to do something and actually doing it…. are two different things. I love that about the prodigal son. In Luke 11:17-19 we read: “When he came to his senses, he said, How many of my father’s hired servants have food to spare, and here I am starving to death! I will set out and go back to my father and say to him: Father, I have sinned against heaven and against you. I am no longer worthy to be called your son; make me like one of your hired servants.” Now the key to his freedom is found in verse 20, “So he got up and went to his father.” At the beginning of a new year, a high school principal decided to post his teachers’ new year’s resolutions on the bulletin board. As the teachers gathered around the bulletin board, a great commotion started. One of the teachers was complaining. “Why weren’t my resolutions posted?” She was throwing such a temper tantrum that the principal hurried to his office to see if he had overlooked her resolutions. Sure enough, he had mislaid them on his desk. As he read her resolutions he was astounded. This teacher’s first resolution was not to let little things upset her in the New Year. Now…..the actual “doing” part of your decision is important, but equally important is the “heart” behind it. We long for people to give their hearts to Christ but if it ends up being just a half hearted decision, they’d be better off not making that decision! We have enough, in fact more than enough, half-hearted, cold emotionally, negligent in their faith, church-goers. Philippians 3:12-14 “I’m not saying that I have this all together, that I have it made. But I am well on my way, reaching out for Christ, who has so wondrously reached out for me. Friends, don’t get me wrong: By no means do I count myself an expert in all of this, but I’ve got my eye on the goal, where God is beckoning us onward—to Jesus. I’m off and running, and I’m not turning back.”


Thursday, May 1, 2014 Boundary Creek Times A17 Breathe through a straw for 60 seconds. That’s what breathing is like with cystic fibrosis. No wonder so many people with CF stop breathing in their early 30s.

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The executive of the Liberal Riding Association for the newly formed South Okanagan West Kootenay federal riding met in the Greenwood courtroom above City Hall on Sunday, April 27. Bob Nicholson, Communications Chair Greenwood said the city was chosen as a centrally located venue for the meeting—with three members coming from Penticton, one from Naramata and another four from Rossland. Nicholson said they met from 1 to 4 in the

afternoon and were very impressed with the heritage courtroom as well as the many buildings in the downtown core. He reported they have not yet chosen a candidate for the riding; indeed they are encouraging interested individuals to come forward. He said the fixed election date is October 2014, but that could change. The executives would like to get a high-quality candidate nominated early and begin fund-raising to build a war chest.

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ATV club hosting fun day at motocross It will truly be a family fun day at the motocross on Morrissey Creek Road on Saturday, May 10. The Grand Forks ATV Club, along with the 17 partners of the Boundary Country Trails Agreement and other supporting partners of the Grand Forks/Christina Lake Multi-Use Recreational Trails Plan, invite all residents to this special event. It will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; watch for the signs just east of town. Events during the day include organized mountain bike rides led by Grand Forks mountain bikers, a hike around the area led by the North Fork trail maintenance group, horse rides with folks with horses and the Boundary Horse Association, and opportunities for people to ride an ATV. There will also be a modified ATV safety course conducted by an ATV B.C. certified instructor and a mountain bike workshop. In addition there will be many guest speakers centered around the theme of riding an ATV properly and safely. There will be a barbecue featuring burgers and buns supplied by Overwaitea Foods and Buy-Low Foods. All proceed will go towards the multi-use trail project, with an estimated budget of $50,000. There will be a full safety course available on May 11. Contact Doug Zorn at  info@gfatv. ca. Once completing the course the participant receives a certificate which allows an insurance discount. Come out and join in the fun, bring your ride or a chairâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;watch for maps in local public areas.

Tower rises A new cell tower has gone up on the Bugeaud property just east of Ingram Bridge over the past week. Crews working at the site werenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t able to say when the switch would be flipped for the new tower though, saying they just install the hardware.

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Joseph Boutilier is riding his unicycle from Victoria to Ottawa to promote unity for the climate. His website (unityfortheclimate. ca) calls on the Canadian government to take rapid, strategic and collaborative action to tackle the climate change crisis.

The arrival of warmer weather means many of us are spending more time outdoors. The change in weather also brings out ticksâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;small bugs that feed on the blood of humans and animals and can sometimes transmit disease. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Ticks are most often found in tall grass and wooded areas so covering up before you head outdoors and checking for ticks on yourself, your children, and your pets after being outdoors are simple things that go a long way to prevent tick bites,â&#x20AC;? said Jennifer Jeyes, communicable disease specialist with Interior Health. The most common tick species in the Interior Health region is the wood tick (Dermacentor andersoni), which does not carry the Lyme disease bacteria. The wood tick can carry other diseases such as Rocky Mountain spotted fever, although it is very rare. Some ticks also have toxins that can cause temporary muscle weakness and paralysis if attached for several days, but the symptoms fade once the tick is removed.

Signs of many tick-borne infections can be quite similar and include fever, headache, muscle pain, and rash. The tick species that carries Lyme disease (Ixodes pacificus) is more common in the coastal areas of B.C., but may also be present in low numbers in the Interior region. Less than one per cent of Ixodes ticks in B.C. carry Lyme disease. In addition to fever, headache, and muscle pain, people infected with Lyme disease will often develop a rash that looks like a â&#x20AC;&#x153;bullâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s-eyeâ&#x20AC;? target and expands from the site of the tick bite. Precautions include: â&#x20AC;˘ Walking on cleared trails when in tall grass or wooded areas. â&#x20AC;˘ Wearing a hat, long sleeves, pants, and light-coloured clothing. â&#x20AC;˘ Tucking pant legs into socks or boots. â&#x20AC;˘ Applying insect repellent containing DEET on uncovered skin. â&#x20AC;˘ Carefully checking clothing and scalp (covered or not) when leaving an area where ticks may live. â&#x20AC;˘ Having a shower after returning from areas where ticks may live.

To reduce ticks from entering your home and yard, try these steps: â&#x20AC;˘ Keep your lawn short and remove any fallen leaves and weeds. â&#x20AC;˘ Keep a buffer area such as wood-chip or gravel border between your lawn and wooded areas or stone walls. Any play equipment or zones should be kept away from wooded areas. â&#x20AC;˘ Trim tree branches to allow more sunlight in your yard. â&#x20AC;˘ Keep wood piles and bird feeders away from the house. â&#x20AC;˘ Widen and maintain trails on your property. If you find a tick on yourself, a family member, or pet, wear gloves and gently remove it. Needle-nose tweezers can be used to gently grasp the tick close to the skin. Without squeezing, pull the tick straight out. Be careful not to crush the tick as this could cause it to inject its stomach contents into your skin. After removal, clean the area with soap and water. If you have concerns or need assistance removing a tick, please contact your family doctor or visit a walk-in medical clinic.

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What does the West Boundary have in common with Chicago, Kalamazoo, Seattle, Port Coquitlam and Coquitlam? The Reading Link Challenge (RLC). It was in Chicago—way back in the 1930s— that two school librarians developed a program to test young readers’ knowledge of good literature. This became a weekly radio quiz program known as “The Battle of the Books.” In the early 1990s, Kalamazoo Public Library revived the challenge as a way to encourage 4th and 5th grade children to have fun and enjoy reading. Next Seattle partnered with Kalamazoo; and then the Challenge hopped north of the border to the Lower Mainland in 2002. The program is now strongly supported by the British Columbia Library Association and Ministry of Education. It has been in the Boundary for five years now. The Challenge pits two schools against each other – West Boundary Elementary vs. Greenwood/ Midway Elementary; and for the first time Grade students from Big White participated. In January students are given six books which have been chosen by a team of librarians from the Lower Mainland using criteria such as boy/ girl interest, reading level, multicultural theme, Canadian /B. C. author. Teams of Grade 4/5 students are formed in each of the schools—up to seven students per

team. There were 12 teams between the two schools this year. Each team reads and discusses the books—becoming familiar with the characters, plot, and other facts from the books. Each school holds an ‘In School Challenge’ to determine which team will represent their school at the Reading Link Challenge Finals – which were held in the West Boundary gym last week— using a different set of questions. The action was intense. The gym was filled with kids because each school also brought student cheering squads. Questions were asked and scores recorded by librarians and volunteers/ directors from Greenwood and Midway public libraries. This was the fifth year that the challenge has been held in the Boundary and the students now in Grade 6/7 were among the first to participate when they were in Grade 4/5. This year the older students from each school sent teams to compete for medals. The Grade 4/5 kids were competing to win a place on the RLC Trophy. The winning team in 2014 for the Grade 6/7s was the Wild Hot Jellybeans from West Boundary Elementary. West Boundary’s Skyfall Readers won the trophy. Teachers who have been involved say the RLC is a fabulous way to motivate kids to read. Grace Geen, Hanna Harpur, Anna Geen, Bailey Patterson, Faith Zitko and Shivana Sardinha won the Grade 6/7 Reading Link Challenge medals at the 2014 competition.

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Kayden Eaton, Elijah Steele, Skyra Elliot, Wyatt Lasai, Charlie Brunt (Big White) were the Skyfall Readers – the winning team at the 2014 West Boundary Reading Link Challenge.


Boundary Creek Times, May 01, 2014