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A critical chapter in the Okanagan’s early history is now being told. The Okanagan Landing Stationhouse Museum and Art Gallery was officially opened at Paddlewheel Park Sunday. “I’ve been waiting for a long time for this event,” said Val Heuman, with the Okanagan Landing Community Association. The museum is in the original 1892 stationhouse, which was part of the Canadian Pacific shipyard and railway terminus, where Paddlewheel Park is. From the late 1880s to the early 1930s, Okanagan Landing was the transportation hub for the entire valley. New settlers passed through the shipyard on their way to their final destinations, while fruit and other commodities were shipped out to the world. The stationhouse used to sit by the boat launch and was almost demolished in the 1980s until community advocate Edna Oram led a fight to save it. Ultimately, it was moved farther on to the park property and eventually was connected to Paddlewheel Park Hall as plans for a museum took hold in 2009. “The building is an artifact even before you put items into it,” said Heuman. About $150,000 was raised from donors to transform the aging building into a museum, but critical to the process was the army of volunteers. Among them was Miriam Jayne, who died in March at the age of 90. “Every Monday she came and worked at what ever she could. Right until the end she was here,” sad Heuman. The focal point for the museum is a 20-foot-long diorama, which details the shipyard as it was in 1914. The model was constructed to scale by the North Okanagan Model Railway Association. “We had a set of plans of what everything looked like,” said George Copley, NOMRA president. Everything has captured right down to outhouses and chickens.

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gary Fisher checks out a model of the shipyard at the okanagan Landing Stationhouse Museum while ron Candy (below), greater Vernon Museum curator, welcomes residents. “I came in when they were doing the wharf and they had tiny match sticks and they were being laid in by tweezers,” said Heuman. Checking out the model Sunday was resident Gary Fisher. “It’s breathtaking,” he said. The rest of the museum includes photographs and period artifacts. “As the summer progresses, you will see more,” said Ron Candy, Greater Vernon Museum curator. Alan Hill, who was instrumental in the CP lands becoming Paddlewheel Park, welcomes the museum. “The idea of establishing the park is we (Landing) have a somewhat separate identity and this helps,” he said. Volunteers are currently being sought to operate the museum. “We want it open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on weekends and from 1 to 4 p.m. on weekdays,” said Heuman, whom prospective volunteers can reach at 250-558-1063.

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Secondary principal Gene Doray. But there are some serious issues which the teachers are fighting for. Nothing has changed in the past dozen years, as schools continue to wait for smaller classes and special needs support. Retired teacher Michael Holoiday joined his colleagues on the picket line Monday at the Enderby high school he spent 32 years teaching at. “Why has it taken 12 years to resolve this issue?” he questioned. A.L. Fortune teacher/counsellor Don Bennett says the funding formula, where schools gain funding based on the number of students, doesn’t work. “It’s not cheaper because it’s two kids less,” said Bennett, as buses still have to run, lights still need to be on, heat is still necessary and teachers are still needed to teach the kids. “When programs get cut students suffer,” said Bennett. “You cannot expect that services will be the same.” One major area of frustration is a lack of special needs support.

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Two trikes similar to this were stolen from the Seaton Centre although they are light purple in colour and did not have baskets. One has been returned.

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One down, one to go. The Kindale Developmental Association reports that one of the two three-wheeled bicycles stolen from the Seaton Centre May 10 or 11 was returned after an article appeared in The Morning Star Sunday. “It’s fabulous to have one back,” said Cindy Masters, with the Kindale Developmental Association, which serves the needs of the developmentally disabled. “Hopefully the second one will come back.” Word of the theft had been posted on social media shortly after the incident, but no tips were received. “It was the power of traditional media,” said

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Teachers frustrated over system When resources, such as education assistants, are removed from the classroom and the onus is placed on one individual, the rest of the class suffers, says the BCTF. One teacher, who wished not to be named, said this happens everyday as the government doesn’t fund the full day of supervision that a special needs student requires, forcing others to assist them. “It’s pulling support from kids who need it,” she said. Chandra Hamilton and her kids were out picketing in front of Ellison Elementary Tuesday solely in support of CEAs. “I really feel that if we lose our CEA support staff at schools then the academic learning in classrooms will be delayed due to the time that will have

to be spent with these children that need that extra support, or these children that need the support will not succeed because of the lack of one on one time they require,” said Hamilton. But the common theme is that no one wants to be out striking or protesting, especially the teachers who have been out on picket lines for the second time in two weeks. “I’ve got kids writing provincial exams and I should be meeting with them today,” said the anonymous teacher. “I’m not happy being out.” Meanwhile Doray says students are fortunate they can work remotely during strike days or perhaps get some extra hours in at work, or at home. “I know some parents are putting their kids to work,” said Doray, adding that graduation events will continue as normal.

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There will be a ceremony today to launch construction of the new inpatient units at Vernon Jubilee Hospital. The ceremony is set for 11 a.m. The two floors will contain 60 beds, with 14 being new and 46 relocating from elsewhere in the hospital. The majority of the 60 beds on floors six and seven will be in private rooms complete with their own washrooms. The project cost of $29.6 million is being shared between the provincial government, the North Okanagan-Columbia-Shuswap Regional Hospital District and the Vernon Jubilee Hospital Foundation.

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increasing rider visits this summer and while we are a long way from matching skier visits we are building a healthy summer business and increasing the resort’s four season appeal.” The 25 kilometres of new trails are being added to the park’s existing 75 kilometres of combined trails. There will be 50 kilometres of downhill and 50 kilometres of crosscountry by the end of summer. The downhill trails range from green (easy) to double black (expert only) that challenge both beginners and

advanced riders. It has 18 downhill mountain bike trails: three double black diamond, five black diamond, six blue, three green, a vault skills area, five multi-use trails and seven cross-country bike trails. Silver Star is currently being evaluated by the International Mountain Bike Association for a designation to classify its bike park as an IMBA Bike Centre. “Silver Star’s bike park will become the second in Canada after Burns Lake to be granted IMBA Bike Centre status,” said Galbraith.

Lumby set for medical marijuana richard rolke Morning Star Staff

Medical marijuana can now be legally grown in Lumby. Council adopted a bylaw Monday that would allow medical marijuana production facilities to apply for a business license from the village. “It was a housekeeping issue, there were Kevin Acton no issues with it,” said Mayor Kevin Acton. Council recently agreed that medical marijuana production can occur

on industrial land, and Acton believes such activities could bolster the community’s economy. “We have 200 acres of industrial property,” he said. “That’s taxable income and jobs translate into stores and housing.” And there already appears to be some interest in Lumby becoming the location of medical marijuana operations. True Leaf Medicine has applied to Health Canada for a licence to grow and distribute medicinal cannabis from a facility in Lumby. True Leaf includes former premier Mike Harcourt as chairperson and chief executive office Darcy Bomford, founder and former CEO of Darford International.

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Calls for public use of a rail corridor have heightened after private interest failed. Discussions between Canadian National and a business to operate the rail line between Coldstream and Kelowna came to an end Monday. “CN will be offering the line to the federal government for purchase. They will have a 30-day window to respond,” said Warren Chandler, senior manager of CN public affairs. “Should the federal government not purchase the line, it will then be offered to the provincial government, followed by the municipal government. Both will have 30 days to respond.” Duane Thomson, a member of the Okanagan Rail Trail Initiative, says a potential trail along the old CN Rail line would be a huge boost for Lake Country in a number of ways. “We have the vast majority of the lakefront that the rail line runs along. If you think about the loops that it would open,” said the retired UBC Okanagan history professor. “You would have Pelmewash on the west side of Wood Lake and the rail trail on the east and north side. You have a world-class loop in terms of running or cycling. You have lake shore that is pristine and previously inaccessible.” The potential for a

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The Okanagan Rail Trail Initiative wants to link Coldstream to Kelowna. rail trail along the old rail line became a possibility when the Kelowna Pacific Railway ceased last year and CN Rail began the official abandonment process. Thomson says a new trail could be used to reinvent Lake Country, giving the area a major tourism boost. “It would be a wonderful draw,” he said. “This has the potential of creating Lake Country as Lake Country. It’s going to fulfill that name. It could brand us as a world-class cycling and hiking destination. It would boost our restaurants, bed and breakfasts, our museum and

art gallery. It would attract tourists that are typically recently retired, pretty wealthy, world travelers. If you can bring that type of visitor into your community for a few days that’s huge.” Thomson says if you combine the rail trail with the Pelmewash Parkway, Lake Country could have an incredible trail network. “If we can somehow arrange to purchase the rail bed, this would be two pieces together — Pelmewash on the west and the rail bed on the east and north end of Wood Lake. That would create a wonderful trail.”

He hopes politicians from the federal, provincial and municipal governments can all work together if given the opportunity to acquire the rail line. “Ideally, this would be a joint project so the three levels of government negotiate with CN and some how divide up the cost,” he said. “It could be such a positive development that politicians could gain support for doing this. They would be remembered for stepping up to the plate and acquiring this for the Okanagan. This would be a wonderful legacy for the community and for the politicians.”

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ong before direct flights to Mexican resorts and five-hour drives to Vancouver, there was Okanagan Landing. “You can compare it to the Kelowna International Airport of the time,” said Ron Candy, Greater Vernon Museum curator. Between the late 1800s and the early 1930s, the narrow strip of land we now know as Paddlewheel Park was the transportation hub for the valley as small tugs and impressive sternwheelers plied Okanagan Lake, and trains from Sicamous and points east terminated there. “There wouldn’t have been much of an Okanagan without it,” said George Copley, with the North Okanagan Model Railway Association. And that’s putting it mildly. Thousands of families had their first introduction to the Okanagan as Richard Rolke they waited to be called on to the Aberdeen, the Sicamous or countless other vessels. From there, they would put their past lives behind them and seek out new futures at points across the central and south Okanagan, whether it was as fledgling orchardists, professionals or merchants. “You went down to Okanagan Landing by the train and got onto the old Aberdeen. It would go backwards and forward across the lake,” stated an early pioneer in Bright Sunshine and a Brand New Country. “You called in at those various little settlements on the lake where there wasn’t a house in sight, except a man and a dog would come down and pick up a paper or a can of coal oil or something like that and walk away.” It was through Okanagan Landing that some of my family made their way to Kelowna in 1911 (the first wave came overland in 1909), and it was a scene repeated in the mid-20s as

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the rest of my great-grandparents and grandparents established roots in Westbank and Osoyoos. But beyond being a gateway for settlers looking for their forever home, Okanagan Landing was a critical link between the isolated valley and the rest of the world. Carloads of apples, pears, peaches and cherries were shipped to far-off markets, allowing the fruit sector to become a major economic catalyst. And when Europe became embroiled in a bitter trench war between 1914 and 1918, men throughout the valley eagerly enlisted, boarded the closest ship on Okanagan Lake and then, via train at the Landing, headed overseas. Many of them, including two great-uncles of mine, never felt the warmth of the Okanagan sun again. All of this came to mind as I toured the new Okanagan Landing Stationhouse Museum, which was unveiled at Paddlewheel Park Sunday. The brainchild of the Okanagan Landing Community Association, the Greater Vernon Museum and the North Okanagan Model Railway Association, the museum captures a time period before four-lane highways, passenger jets and the World Wide Web. One small community served as the welcome mat for an entire region. It is a reminder that the Landing had its own identity long before being annexed by Vernon in 1993. “It plays a part in holding all of us together,” said Alan Hill, the former Okanagan Landing electoral area director. Bygone days may be easy to ignore, but the Okanagan wouldn’t be where it is today if it wasn’t for those dreamers and risk-takers who established roots here. Their descendants expanded by the thousands and it’s through them that our communities remain vibrant and active. Head to Paddlewheel Park and see where it all started.

The instant gratification of the digital age has detrimentally affected everyone’s ability to see the bigger picture, both as it relates to the past and the future. Two current issues paint a picture of this myopic attitude. Christy Clark is not the first premier to talk about how the process for the way government and teachers bargain is broken. Somehow, because she has said it recently in this round of contentious bargaining, it becomes a new thing, like some kind of revelation. It is not. The characters change in the premier’s office and at the top of the teachers’ union, but the same script is spoken every few years. The facts are, enrolment is down in many jurisdictions. When the formula used to fund the system is based on per pupil numbers, the pot is smaller. It’s not rocket science. The teachers also say, every time their contract comes up, they are fighting for the children and the level of their education. If they were only asking for smaller class sizes and a return of supports and enhancements like aides and librarians, that would be more believable. The BCTF says the average salary of a teacher in B.C. is $71,485. While the BCTF is coy about its wage-increase demands, some reports indicate the BCTF is asking for 16 per cent over four years, 21.5 per cent if you work in the increased costs to benefits and reduced workload. You can read the same phraseology, the same comments from both the government and the teachers, in any labour dispute between the parties for the past four decades. As Yogi Berra said, it’s deja vu all over gain. It’s not a new issue. All of the parties involved should stop treating it as such, admit culpability and move to make real, systemic changes so we’re not talking about the same things in another 20 years. – Black Press


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hanks to Richard Rolke for his thoughts regarding the state of public education in our province. The editorial that appeared beside Richard's column, however, showed extreme naivete. The writer seems to think that all that's wrong with our education system is some "dog-eared textbooks, outdated computers, long bus rides and occasional gaps in supervision." Everything will turn out OK, the editorial states. Kids are tough and they'll accept school for what it is. In the fairly recent past, students with various learning and behavioural issues were often in a separate setting, as were students with physical and mental disabilities. There is much to be said for having them in regular classrooms. However, to put a large number of them into a class of 30 students, with little to no support, is ludicrous. We now have students with fetal alcohol syndrome, autism, dyslexia, blindness, deafness, severe behavioural problems, mental health issues and a host of other problems in our regular classrooms with no limit as to how many of these students are allowed in a single class. Again, I must emphasize that there are many advantages to including all children in our classrooms. The problem is the numbers and the severely limited support. It used to be that there was a limit of three per class. Now there are classes in which there are anywhere from five to eight or nine students with these issues, and only one CEA (certified educational assistant). In the senior grades, there might not be any support at all. On top of that, we seem to be funding our district through our international program, in which students from China, Korea, Japan, parts of Europe and elsewhere, come into our schools and pay enormous sums of money for the opportunity to learn English in Canada. Here's the catch, though. Many of these students — in fact, the majority —

do not have sufficient English skills to handle the regular classes, but are put into them anyway. Instead of our schools providing adequate ESL programs, these students are put into Grade 10 or 11 English classes to study fairly sophisticated novels, drama, non-fiction, and poetry, and to try to cope with the expected proficiency in writing skills that are well beyond their ability. Often they soon give up and just wait out the course to fail. A few years back, our senior-level English teachers were promised there would be only two or three international students per class, and that the overall numbers of Canadian students per class would be reduced. This failed to happen. Teachers trying to cope with the large number of students with disabilities, along with the number of international students who can't speak, read, or write English proficiently, simply do not have enough time to to give these students the attention they need. Try teaching a class of 30 students when your class list consists of three severe behavioural problems, four learning disabled

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students, one student with mental health challenges, one autistic student, and five more teenagers who cannot speak, read, or write English beyond a very limited ability. Teachers are told any student who cannot do the regular work should be put on an individualized education plan, meaning different (easier) assignments, books with simpler vocabularies, and very basic composition requirements. If it were two or three students who needed this, it would be one thing, but when upwards of a third of the class needs it, something is very wrong with the system. So what happens in the classrooms now? If the teacher actually expects that students passing English 11 have managed to demonstrate the skills necessary for that level, then either half the class will fail, or else the standards have to be lowered. I doubt that any teacher will tolerate seeing half the class fail, so inevitably the standards suffer, and students pass whose reading and writing skills are inadequate for that grade level. Also, when standards start to suffer, some of the other students see this as an

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opportunity to skip classes, ignore homework assignments, and hand in shoddy work--and still pass the course. Students need only 50 per cent to pass a course officially, and often will pass with anywhere from only 47 to 49 per cent. Some students are motivated to do their very best, and teachers encourage all students to work hard and learn to the best of their ability, but there are those students who aren't buying into it and are satisfied to scrape by, no matter how hard the teacher tries to challenge and engage them. Teachers put up with dog-eared textbooks on a regular basis, and it's no big deal, but trying to cope with a chronically underfunded school system for the last 12 years is discouraging and frustrating. Some school districts in our province have actually announced they will no longer hire librarians for their schools. With all of the emphasis on increasing the literacy rates in our province, this seems like cruel irony. Just like the nurses, teachers do amazing work with few resources, but it's at the expense of both the teachers' and the students' wellbeing. When teachers ask for modest wage hikes, this is only a very small part of the current job action. Many would be happy to stay at the same salary but instead have reasonably sized classes and a limited number of special needs students who have the support of enough learning assistance teachers and CEAs. Unfortunately, though, teachers have many times settled for giving up wage increases in order to get proper class size and composition gains in their contract. These were hard fought battles, and then the government illegally ripped up the contract and took away all that teachers had bargained for in order to benefit their students. When are things going to change? It's been 12 years so far, with no end in sight. Jane Maskell

blue boxes There has been much said and written of late about the blue box controversy. I would like to add my comments or suggestions, if you will, and challenge all newspapers in B.C. to publish a list of all MLAs who voted for this waste and inconvenience, and that they publish this list again prior to the next provincial election. D.b. best

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Like the great Moby Dick, something big is coming to Vernon. On Friday, Powerhouse Theatre is going to be something even old Herman Hesse might write about when two of Vernon’s hottest rock ‘n roll outfits harpoon the hearts and minds of all in attendance. Swabbing the deck will be Paperboy and Amistad. Paperboy, who have a new bass player in tow, has been burning a trail across the music scene in the B.C. Interior and have been asked to play festivals in Tofino and Alberta this summer. Like Paperboy, Amistad’s live performances are renowned for being highly energetic and entertaining.

Honk! if you love Ugly

f I’ve said it once, I’ll say it again, Brian Martin is one Ugly dude. Now before you press send on that hate letter, please know that I mean that as one big, beautiful compliment. With his “ducky” voice and facial expressions, Martin had the audience in stitches and tears as he stole the show this past week, taking on the starring role as the Ugly Duckling in Big Apple Productions’ and Valley Vocal Arts’ presentation of Honk! The Musical at Powerhouse Theatre. Despite being a full grown Kristin Froneman adult, although some would argue that fact upon listening to him on his morning radio show, Martin won hearts especially while singing the musical number Different, which I am sure left a few audiences members verklempt. In fact, all the stars of Honk! should be proud. This barnyard was stacked full of talent, delivering the wink-wink humour, funny to both and adults and kids, and singing such razzmatazz numbers as Hold Your Head up High and Warts and All, as only a professional sounding ensemble could. Like British author George Orwell (Animal Farm), Hans Christian Andersen, who wrote the original Ugly Duckling, was a man before his time. His tale speaks to the underdog, make that under”duck,” in all of us. The truth is, we have all been Ugly at one time. Here, Ugly is the outcast, his peculiar honk and grey feathers setting him aside from the flock. Even his dad Drake (played here with baritoned bravada by Don Cecile) doesn’t accept him. His sisters, a gaggle of texting and catchphrase lovin’ (OMG) gals, make fun of him. It’s his mom, Ida (the golden voiced Karen Kulak Bliss), who loves him despite his differences, singing the heart wrenching Every Tear a Mother Cries when Ugly disappears in the marsh. On his tail is the rascally kitty, Cat (Paul Rossetti, hamming it up to the most deliciously “cat”aclysmic heights; his medley of cat tunes at the end is the pièce de resistance), while other characters including Greylag, the pompous pilot goose (Michael Cairns, doing his best Michael Caine impression), his flight attendant Dot (Jenna Roze) as well as the delightful duo of Queenie the cat (Susan Evans) and hen Lowbutt (Sue Gairns), set Ugly on his path. It’s his meeting with Bullfrog (Craig Howard) and the beautiful swan, Penny (Courtney Harker), that brings the message, and Ugly, home. A giant quack must also be delivered to director Melina Moore for bringing this musical to town, and for her direction from the seat of her piano, no less, playing alongside the actors the whole performance. Here’s honking for more.

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Amistad members Carson Bassett, Craig Matterson, Aidan Andrews, Eli Garlick and Nolan Bassett share the stage with fellow Vernon band Paperboy at the Powerhouse Theatre Friday. The band won Best Stage Performance at the 2012 Our Kids Have Talent music competition, and members say they like to make their shows fun and unique by dressing up and entertaining the crowd. Their act has won praises

from fellow musicians. “Their stunning attention to detail, their ear for mood and incorporation of nature into their sound has had me recommending these young bucks to everyone I know. They are Vernon’s band to watch,” said

Luke Mortenson, lead singer, guitarist with Paperboy. Paperboy and Amistad take the stage at Powerhouse Friday at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and tickets are $10 on sale at the Bean Scene, from band members and at the door.

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The Vernon Film Society will be showing the movie The Railway Man Monday. This well-received film, based on the memoirs of Eric Lomax, revisits the Second World War and the story of the men, mostly captured at the fall of Singapore, who were sent to work on the infamous Siam-Burma railway. They endured terrible conditions, including torture, and thousands died in the Japanese attempt to build the railway to help their war effort. Colin Firth “brings endless pathos to the part of a broken man looking for some sense of redemption and closure,” said Vancouver Sun film critic Katherine Monk. He plays the part of Eric Lomax in later life, still suffering from PTSD, which for most veterans of the Second World War was not recognized on their return to regular life. Although not mentioned in the film, he had a wife and two children

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who also suffered from his experiences. The film takes up when Eric, now divorced and  always a railway enthusiast, meets Patti (Nicole Kidman in a truly terrific performance) on a train and they start a romantic relationship. After their

marriage she realizes he has many problems and helps him as he tries to confront his past. Using flashbacks with Jeremy Irvine (War Horse), playing a younger Lomax and showing what happened when the men were trying to build the railway, we get a picture of the many horrors the men endured. Lomax finds out that one of his main torturers is still alive and running a museum on the site of the railway and travels to confront him. When Lomax finally meets with Takashi Nagase (Hiroyuki Sanada) somehow this powerful tale of heroism, humanity and the redeeming power of love comes together to be somewhat resolved. The Railway Man will be shown at 5:15 p.m. and 7:45 p.m. Monday at the Towne Cinema. Tickets are $7, available at the theatre and Bean Scene one week ahead. Warning: The film contains scenes of violence and torture and is rated 14A. 

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The children are all smiles at an orphanage supported by Najenga Congo. There will be a concert in Vernon Sunday to raise funds for the group. said Oldfield. The event will also feature Kelowna potter Marijanel Knight, who will be selling 100 bowls for $15 each. “They will include some ice cream,” said Oldfield. Ray and Mary Anne Bale, as well as their son Boss, will be in Vernon for the fundraiser. “Last year’s concert was a tremendous success and this year’s event is sure to be another success,” said Ray. For further information, contact Vernon Christian Fellowship at 250-545-2927 or e-mail vcf@ telus.net. Information can also be found at http://najenga.wordpress.com.

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Concert helps orphans A Vernon family continues to offer hope to youth in an impoverished African nation. The second annual Najenga Congo fundraising concert and silent auction will be held Sunday at Vernon Christian Fellowship at 6 p.m. The event will support the ongoing activities of Ray and Mary Anne Bale. “Proceeds will be targeted towards the building of a community centre which will be used for education, training, medical, hygiene and nutrition clinics and for providing clean water for the site as well as the neighbouring villages,” said Ray. The Bales have worked in Central Africa for 12 years, first in Burundi, and more recently in the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Along with active support from residents of Burundi and Congo, they have developed schools, children’s homes, sewing centres, flour mills and agriculture projects. “Our latest project is called Najenga Congo which means ‘we are building’ Congo,” said Ray. “With three new parcels of land, we are beginning to build with the view to providing

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Two North Okanagan novice drivers learned an expensive lesson. Do 40 km/hour more than the posted speed limit and not only will the driver be fined, but their vehicle – whether it has two wheels or four wheels – will be Gord Molendyk impounded. The RCMP’s North Okanagan Traffic Services (NOTS) unit continues to encounter motorists speeding excessively. On May 29, two motorists had their vehicles impounded for seven days, in addition to excessive speed-

ing fines, and, in both cases, the drivers were classified as novice. “One was travelling in the rain at 148 km/h in a 90-zone,” said RCMP spokesperson Gord Molendyk. “The second one was on a motorcycle traveling at 170 km/h in a 90-zone. That, of course, is nearly double the posted limit.” The driver of the vehicle travelling at 148 km/h was fined $368 along with the impound. The motorcyclist, clocked at 80 km/h more than the posted limit, was fined $480 along with the impound. B.C.’s speeding law compels police to impound vehicles that are travelling more than 40 km/h over the posted limit. Molendyk said patrols targeting high-risk driving behavior will continue by the NOTS unit.

Aberdeen Road delays underway Morning Star Staff

Road work is slowing down motorists in Coldstream. Crews continue to work on Aberdeen Road today through Friday, from Highway 6 to Middleton Drive in preparation for paving. Motorists are advised that there will be single lane traffic and occasional delays during this work.

“Please obey all traffic control personnel and signage,” said Keri-Ann Austin, Coldstream’s director of corporate administration. “The district apologizes for any inconvenience.” There is also sanitary main flushing underway until June 13 on Kidston Road, Kinloch Drive and in the Tamarack/Ponderosa area.

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People walk at the Canadian Cancer Society Relay for Life for family and friends they have lost to cancer, for those who are living with it, and so that someday no one will ever have to have cancer again. “Everyone needs to do this walk. They need to walk in the presence of those who have left,” said Nancy House, who was part of the Baron Insurance Group last year, walking for co-worker Patty Kinghorn and family and friends. “I was still grieving for my mother and a friend I lost to cancer and to support Patty, who has had four different types of cancer in the past eight years. Most of us here have worked together for a long time and when Patty first got sick it was a shock. She is the epitome of goodness, beautifully caring and compassionate. She’s our sister, den mother, mentor and keeps us on the road of what we do.” House was happy to hear that Kinghorn came through an operation last week successfully and she will be on the Baron Group’s minds as they walk. Each person will also have their private memories, House of her mother who died of cancer resulting from exposure to second-hand smoke, and her good friend, Lois. The walk around the track

at Polson Park was lined by luminaries, lit candles in sand in paper bags with the names of family members and friends who had died of cancer. “When I was at the walk, I didn’t feel I was alone. We walked in silence, some others were talking, and there was a feeling of a lot of love. It’s an honour to be able to walk and pay our respects to those who fought so hard. Every story you tell is a connection to those around you.” House said another aspect of the walk for her was the realization that people have to take responsibility for the parts of their health that they can control, and she made some changes to her lifestyle. “I really appreciate the people behind the Relay for Life for doing what they do. It’s a healing walk. I felt other people’s relief and a lot of hope and sense of community, that we have to look after each other, that we’re all here for the time we should be. “It gives you a better perspective of how fragile things can be. It changes how you treat people with more kindness and compassion and not to judge anything until you see the whole picture. There is an energy at the walk. I think everyone takes away something spiritually and emotionally — a beautiful, healing energy. I was amazed

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touched. A 200-km trip from Delhi to Agra was a marathon sixhour bus ride through countryside barely visible though the smog of car exhaust, dust, wood burners, brick foundries, and industrial fumes. Everyone on the bus coughed constantly. Food breaks were impossible as parking was nonexistent in the endless flow of cars, trucks, buses, motorcycles, bicycles, rickshaws and humanity. Upon arrival the bus parked 500 meters away from the Taj Mahal. No one is allowed to drive to the site because the Taj Mahal is melting. Pollution has carved and pitted the ancient marble and her structure is dissolving under the influence. As a solution, all visitors are put in an electric car to make the last part of the journey. The irony of our ride in the pollution-free car seemed to be lost on the organizers as we coughed and squinted to see this magnificent structure through a shroud of smog. The return trip was more of the same; back to Delhi under a lurid red sky, a city of 22 million, itself a vision of the apocalypse. It is easy to be smug living in Canada.

Many may even question, Why do we need to care about other countries? Canadians enjoy a low population density, clean air and water, abundant resources and one of the highest standards of living anywhere on the planet. Some of us dutifully recycle our waste, turn off unneeded lights and try not to idle cars unnecessarily. Unfortunately, many of us consider this to be the end of our responsibility for addressing global environmental problems. While Canadians like to brag about their National Parks and wild open spaces, we seem increasingly willing to turn a blind eye to resource development, no matter how polluting it is, as long as jobs are being created. As long as the economy keeps chugging along, everyone sighs and shrugs their collective shoulders as another pristine area is poisoned, because, after all, it is usually occurring somewhere we don’t see. We are good consumers, and jobs and economic growth always come first. The same can be said for India, but with a population 30 times larger than ours, the result of such decisions and their impact on the environment are proportionally magnified. What we need to realize is that Canada and India (and many other areas of the planet) are no more separate than conjoined twins sharing vital organs. When

disease affects one it will be the demise of the other. David Suzuki recently stated that the environmental movement has failed and I, reluctantly, have to agree. I am not a doomsayer, I am simply a traveller and my journeys have shown me that environmentalism unravels under population pressure. People require basic necessities and as population density increases and resources are scarce the environment is relegated to a luxury, a footnote, with stewardship in the back seat. Fifty years after its birth, environmentalism has fizzled out. In the ‘70s, I recall the formation of the first Canadian Federal Environment Ministry to advocate for land protection. In the ‘80s, clear cut logging was considered a sin, Greenpeace was a hero and the Athabasca tar sands would never be developed because of the environmental destruction it would bring. In the ‘90s, life got so damn good, everyone forgot about it all. We got wealthier and bought Hummers. In the 21st century a recession scared everyone and the economy and GDP growth became the only topic worth mentioning. The scare over the end of oil changed to oil everywhere — we just have to get it —  from the ocean, the rock, the sand and who cares where, as long as we get it. The mantra

changed from sustainability to growth and jobs. Governments became more conservative and less visionary, Canadian academic research that was not pro expansion was suppressed or unfunded, and environmentalists became misguided exhibitionists or terrorists, while corporations promoted throw-away consumerism, all with government’s blessing. There is now a collective indifference to greenhouse gas emissions, water quality, air pollution, you name it — because we are the only species on the block and, after all, what can we do? We titter about monster storms and then read our email, log on to Facebook or have a latte. Some ignore the fact we are changing the planet, or worse, deny it altogether. Along with most, I am asleep at the wheel and that is why, for me, India was such a smack in the face. It forced me to see what I choose to ignore, to wake up and see the world today, to understand what the collective choices of my generation have led to and to question what we have left for our children’s future. Nothing short of a global environmental revolution will change the direction we are headed and neither the visionaries nor the warriors are in sight. Without them Leonard Cohen will move from a poet to a prophet with his words, “I’ve seen the future brother, it is murder.”

Regional Library want to hear from kids and teens. In less than 1,000

words write about what you think Vernon will be like in 2030. Focus on the ways it will be

better than it is today and hint at how it got to this future. Entries must be received by Aug. 9 and should be forwarded to svollick@orl.bc.ca or dropped off at the front desk. Winning entries will be awarded prizes at a ceremony Aug. 22, 2014. For more information, please visit the Vernon Branch page on the ORL Web site at www.orl.bc.ca or call 250-542-7539.

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fsna luncheon meeting June 4, Legion Hall in Revelstoke at 10 a.m. Johnson speaker will attend. Please call 250-542-2268 or e-mail fsna11@telus.net. We need to let the caterers know. Free lunch for members only. Vernon and district kennel club meets The first Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. at the People Place, 3402-27th Ave. An opportunity to connect with others involved in many different dog sports in the area. A fun club with friendly people and new members always welcome. Call Jayne at 250-545-0187 for info. Vernon lawn bowling club in polson park Pizza special bowling evening Thursdays in June 6 p.m.; free lessons; bowls provided. Info., 250-549-4100 or vernonlawnbowlingclub.com or just come Thursday, wearing comfy clothes and flat-soled shoes! darts at the halina seniors centre Every Wednesday from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. The centre is behind the Rec Centre at 3310-37 Ave. Come on and have some fun! Info., 250-542-2877. home-cooked meal for enderby seniors Seniors, please join us for a home-cooked meal at the Seniors Complex in Enderby, 1101 George St. Wednesdays at 11:30 a.m., come in early, cost is just $7. For more info., call Melody at 250-838-6439. seniors drop-in (1751 Glencaird St.) has an “Artistic Corner” every Wednesday 9:30 - 11:15 a.m. Olena Bramble and Jim Olson are painters who enjoy watercolour painting and this is their opportunity to share their talents with others. Join us. There is no cost, and supplies are always available. You never know, you may be an artist yet. For more info., call Olena at 250-547-8866. kalamalka toastmasters Come practise your speaking skills with us in a comfortable, supportive and fun environment. We meet Wednesday evenings at the Holiday Inn Express. For more information, call Laurie at 250-306-1371, and visit our website kalamalkatoastmasters.ca. under the spitfire anaf unit 5 We are at 2500-46th Ave., Vernon. New! Wednesday Wing Night, only 35 cents! Meat draw starts at 7:30 p.m. in the Spitfire Lounge. narcotics anonymous Meets Wednesdays at 7 p.m., Path to Recovery, 3204 Alexis Park Dr., behind Knox Church (open to the public, 12-step meeting, Traditions meeting, wheelchair access). Our 24-hour helpline is at 250-503-3260 or 1-866-918-3574. hi noon toastmasters Meet every Wednesday from noon to 1 p.m. at Bean to Brew Coffee House. Toastmasters help to build leadership and communication skills in a safe, fun environment. Make us your educational, inspirational and entertaining lunch hour Guests are always welcome. For more information, contact James at hinoontoast@gmail.com a course in miracles Join us at the Centre, 2913 - 29 Ave., for A Course In Miracles study group, Wednesdays from 5 to 6:30 p.m., all welcome. For more info. call 250-549-4399. the halina crafters Meet every Wednesday from 1 to 3 p.m. in the clubroom. New crafters welcome! If you are 50+ and like to craft, come on out and join the fun. We’re at 3310-37th Ave. Call 250-542-2877 for more information. Vernon treatment centre Do you or a loved one have an alcohol/drug and/or other addiction problem? We can help! Day and evening courses available. Please call 542-6151 for more information. alzheimer support groups The Alzheimer Society of B.C. holds support groups for caregivers and people in early stage of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia first Wednesday of the month from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Support group for caregivers also meets the first Wednesday of the month, 7 p.m. For more information please contact Michelle Hallgren at 1-800-634-3399 or e-mail mhallgren@alzheimerbc.org coda meets Codependents Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women working to build healthy relationships with self and others. We meet Wednesdays at 7 p.m., at Seaton Centre on 14th Avenue (off Kal Lake Rd.) westside response serVices society WRS offers blood pressure testing, Wednesdays, 11:30 a.m. - noon at the Killiney Beach Hall and Annex on Udell Road. aa meetings on wednesdays Monday to Sunday, 7 a.m., 3204 Alexis Park Dr.; this is an open meeting and is handicap accessible.. Monday to Friday, noon, open, VTC, 2810-48th Ave. (H). Open meeting, 3204 Alexis Park Dr. Vernon (H), 5 p.m. daily. (H) Handicap access. (X) no handicap access. Info., call 250-545-4933. the Vernon diet club meets Every Wednesday in the basement of Peace Lutheran Church. Weigh-in between 8:30 and 9:30 a.m. Short meeting to follow. Anyone wishing support in weightmanagement is most welcome. Call 542-3252. is scrabble on your “to do” list? Join us and have fun, meet new friends, and even learn new words every Wednesday at 10 a.m., Schubert Centre by the fireplace. Everyone welcome. Call Julia for more information at 250-542-0892. the schubert centre Many activities for seniors 50+ to enjoy. Open 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., seven days a week. Office hours Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Pool room and coffee shop open daily. Thrift Shop open Monday to Friday, with posted hours.

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he Vernon and District Garden Club (VDGC) and the North Okanagan Orchid Society (NOOS) will hold their flower shows at the Village Green Centre on Saturday, June 7. We would like to invite people to enter exhibits and to visit our shows. You do not need to be a member of the club to enter in the shows. Information pamphlets will be available on the chart board at the Village Green Centre. The public is invited to attend between noon and 4 p.m. For more information, call 250-542-0248.

For more information, please call 250-549-4201. Wednesdays we have afternoon dancing to live music, and a birthday lunch the last Wednesday of every month. Thursdays it’s tai chi, seniors’ support group (fourth Thursday), Fun Time for Seniors, line dancing, exercise class, wood carving, with cribbage at 7 p.m. Fridays it’s canasta, mah jongg, happy hour with live music. nordic walking An exercise that uses all of the major muscle groups of the body. A walking program using poles is available every Wednesday 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Lumby Community Hall, 2250 Shields Ave. Instruction on how to use the poles and poles are available for no cost. Info., call: Olena at 250-547-8866. Vernon kalamalka chorus of Sweet Adelines International invites you to experience singing close, four-part a cappella harmony for women’s voices. Join us Wednesdays at 7 p.m. at the Halina Centre gym, 3310 37th Ave. For further information, call Deanna at 250-5429229 or Grace, 250-545-0808.

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Thursdays of the month at our new location, the Eagles Hall, 510125th Ave. 6 p.m. New members welcome. Call Rod Gorsline at 250-542-4931 for more information. pythian sisters Vernon temple #21 Meets first and third Thursdays 1:30 p.m. at Schubert Centre. Info., Patricia at 250-558-5413. aa meetings on thursdays Meeting, Monday to Sunday, 7 a.m., 3204 Alexis Park Dr.; open meeting and handicap accessible. Monday to Friday, noon, open, VTC, 2810-48th Ave. (H) Meeting, open, 10 a.m., Schubert Centre, 3505-30th Ave. Closed meeting 8 p.m., Mug and Muffin, 2801B-34th St. Meeting (X) open, 8 p.m., VTC, 2810-48th Ave. Open meeting, 3204 Alexis Park Dr. (H), 5 p.m. daily. (H) handicap access. (X) no access. Info., 250-545-4933. Vintage cars Are you interested in old cars? The Vintage Car Club of Canada, North Okanagan chapter, meets at The Pantry in Vernon the first Thursday of every month at 7:30 p.m. We welcome interested guests and new members. Please note: though owning a vintage car may be desirable, it is not a necessity. For more information, call club president Gary Handel at 250-558-5304.

the parkinson’s support group Potluck picnic June 5 at Kin Beach at noon. All welcome. Bring your favourite potluck dish to share, lawn chair, and own plate/cutlery if you don’t want plastic. The picnic is in lieu of the meeting that usually takes place the palestine study group meets June 6, at 10 a.m. at on the third Thursday of the month. There are no formal meetings the People Place, downstairs. We will view the second half of a in July or August. For more information, contact Gord/Pat Nuyens documentary which exposes how the corporate media skew their presentations of the conflict in Palestine, with a bias for the Israeli at 250-542-9026 or Nell Friesen at 250-549-1580. $top the leak$ online auction Go to www.kindaleauc- point of view, not the views of the Palestinian people. Followed by tion.net. New items being posted daily! The money raised is going questions and discussion. All welcome. Info., Steve at 545-3202. towards building a new roof for our Middleton home which expe- registration for sparks, brownies and guides Register now for the fall: register online at girlguides.ca or if not rienced leaking through the winter months. Auction until June 5. fung loy kok taoist tai chi beginning classes Join us in paying with credit card or PayPal, contact Corinne at vernondisan intro. to Taoist training presented in a way that is relaxed and acces- trictggc.com for more information. sible to people of all ages and abilities. Our goal is that you feel bal- buddhist meditation class with Karen Goodwin, June anced, comfortable and that you have fun. New participants welcome 6 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at W.L. Seaton Centre, 1340 Polson Dr. anytime. Vernon classes Monday, 9 - 10:30 a.m., Tuesday, 11 a.m. to 1 Class topic will be “What’s Holding Me Back?” Drop-in class p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m., Thursday, 9 -10:30 a.m. and Saturday, 10 a.m. to with guided meditations and a teaching. Suggested donation $10, noon at our Southern Interior Centre, 3105-28th St. Armstrong class special rates for students and seniors. Info., www.dorjechang.ca or Wednesday, 1-3 p.m., Odd Fellows Hall, 3005 Wood Ave. Contact 250-558-0952. No fragrance please. b.c. goV’t retired employees’ association meet 250-542-1822 or vernon@taoist.org. Find us at www.taoist.org/. armstrong knitting circle We meet the first, second Meet for luncheon June 6 at Schubert Centre. Election of officers, and fourth Thursday of every month, 7 p.m. at the Armstrong last meeting before summer break. Spallumcheen Chamber of Commerce on Bridge St. next door to the okanagan potters assoc. spring show & sale City Hall. Info., call Rhonda Burr at 250-546-3906, Wanda Bristol Vernon’s premier pottery sale, held in our new location! Meet the at 250-546-2983, or Ouida Kempner at 250-546-3673. We are a artists in the air-conditioned and relaxed atmosphere of the foyer of Vernon’s Performing Arts Centre. Collectors and new buyers small group but would enjoy new members if you are interested. armstrong seniors actiVity centre We are at 2520 will appreciate quality pieces featuring some of the top potters and Patterson Ave. Pool Monday to Friday at 12:30 p.m. Ping Pong artisans in the Okanagan. June 6 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. June 7 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 3800-33rd St. Free admission and parkTuesdays and Thursdays at 1 p.m. under the spitfire anaf unit 5 At 2500-46th Ave., ing. Info., see www.okanaganpotters.ca Vernon. Thursday Night Pool League in Spitfire Lounge, 7 p.m. New players welcome, including non-members. Thursday league cribbage 1 p.m. Call Reg Firth at 250-275-0707. royal canadian legion branch 167 lumby Fun darts every Thursday at 7:15 p.m. Bingo every Thursday at 6:45 p.m. SEEKING VOLUNTEERS narcotics anonymous Thursday Night Serenity meeting at 7 p.m., side entrance of the The Regional District of North Okanagan (RDNO) is seeking volunteers for Alliance Church, 2601-43rd Ave. (open to the two Focus Groups with the following participant criteria: public, topic/discussion meeting). Our 24-hour you reside in the Greater Vernon area helpline is at 250-503-3260 or 1-866-918-3574. are a current Greater Vernon Water Utility customer free blood pressure and weigh-in can commit to a two hour session either during the day or in the clinic The first Thursday of every month from evening in June. 10 a.m. to noon at the Schubert Centre. Ask at the front desk for room location. The RDNO is looking for ten to fifteen people to provide input on water utility the Vernon silVer star Quilters Meets educational materials. The material is intended to inform the public in at 9:30 a.m. on the first and third Thursday at St. preparation for a fall referendum, held during the municipal elections. John’s Lutheran Church, 5151 Alain Rd., just To participate, contact the RDNO at 250-550-3700 by Friday, June off Silver Star Rd. New members welcome. For 6th, 2014. Participants who commit to the full two hour session will be more information, see www.vssq.org compensated with an honorarium. Vernon lions club meets First and third

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creative chaos June 6 from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; June 7 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and June 8 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at The Vernon Recreation Complex, 3310 – 37th Ave. Largest craft sale of its kind in western Canada: more than 200 crafters/artisans featuring , specialty foods, creative activities, performing arts and food faire. Jewelry, pottery, wood working, glassware, metalwork, fabric art, knitting, crocheting, up cycled and recycled crafts, musical instruments, tie-dye, tattoos, face painting and more! Free admission but food bank donations welcomed. Indoor creative activities with air conditioned rest area. relay for life June 7 at 6 p.m., Polson Park. Starts 6 p.m. with a survivors’ victory lap; luminary ceremony at 9:30 p.m. Come and do a lap with friends and family and enjoy entertainment and activities for all ages, including carnival booths, bouncy house, volleyball tournament, tug of war and live music. Something for everyone, all night long. Call Sarb Tatla-Low at 250-878-8393 for more information. ellison elementary presents drive one 4ur school It’s our Drive a Ford fundraiser June 7 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For each test drive, Ford will donate $20 to our school. Pancake breakfast proceeds go toward our Grade 6/7 trip. Buy Low Foods will donatehotdogs for our BBQ. Concession and bake sale. Free babysitting. Davison Orchards punch pass on sale; 50/50 tickets. Come support our school to upgrade our technology in the classrooms. saturday morning nature watch June 7 at 9 a.m., Kalamalka Lake Provincial Park, taking trails from the Twin Bays parking lot to Turtles Head Point. Take Kidston Road to the main parking lot of the park and meet in the first lot, by the interpretive signs kiosk. Suitable for all ages. Optional coffee stop afterwards. thinking about world religions Contrary to popular opinion, religions are not all the same. So, how should we relate to each other? Seminar led by The Rev. Dr. Bill Harrison at All Saints, Vernon, June 14 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cost $30, lunch included. Preregistration required: e-mail asv_rita@ telus.net vss class of 1994 20th reunion July 5, 2014, Best Western Vernon Lodge. Cocktails at 5:30 p.m., dinner at 6:30 p.m., dance to follow. There is an open Facebook group page with all the details and how to purchase tickets. Info., contact Stacy McMorran (Moore) at 250-545-2167. fgbmf summer breakfast for all June 7 at 8:30 a.m. at The Pantry with Wayne Clark. His story includes a direct encounter with Christ that totally changed his life. Hear him tell of other miracles as well. Info., call Ed at 250-558-6102. falun gong/falun dafa An ancient Qi Gong practice for mind and body, falun gong relieves stress and anxiety, increases energy and vitality, greatly improves physical health through five sets of gentle exercises, including a seated meditation. Suitable for people of all ages. Has benefited more than 100 million people world-wide. Based on the principles of truthfulness, compassion and tolerance. Please note change of date and place. We will now meet on Saturdays at 10 a.m. at Polson Park next to the Chinese pagoda. Buddha showing 1,000 hands exercise 1 will be demonstrated and explained as to why we begin practising at a very high level. Classes are free. For more info., see www.falundafa.org kelowna singles club dance Dance to Vic and Boys Saturday June 7, Rutland Centennial Hall, 180A Rutland Rd., Kelowna. Doors open 7 p.m., dancing 8 p.m. to midnight. Bar, refreshments and snacks available. Dress code: no sweatpants, running shoes or baseball hats. Show membership card and get in free! Members, $10; non-members, $13; membership $15. Our dances are open to everyone; invite your friends to join you, the more the merrier! For more information, call 250-762-6907. kindale’s 44th annual walkathon June 8 at Bechtold Centre in Armstrong. Registration and BBQ lunch at 11:30 a.m., walk at 1 p.m. Prizes for the walkers with the most pledges! We are proud to say that 100 per cent of all fundraising proceeds are used to help over 400+ individuals living with disabilities in the Okanagan Valley and Columbia Shuswap! the seniors action network The Seniors Action Network is partnering with the Armstrong Age-Friendly Community Advisory Committee to bring you the next Seniors Action Network meeting June 10 from 9:30 to noon at the Armstrong Seniors Activity Centre (2520 Patterson Ave). There will be information from the Vernon Old Age Pensioners Association, NexusBC Better at Home

Society will be holding a “scaled down” garage and book sale June 14. Location TBA. For information or to arrange for pick up of clean, saleable items please call Pat at 250-545-5724. cemetery walking tour & tea Walk through history in Vernon’s Pleasant Valley Cemetery June 14. Learn about the famous, the infamous, the unfortunate, the rich and the poor. The characters of Vernon’s past come alive when their stories are retold by your guide, Lawrna Myers, of the Vernon & District Family History Society. The walking tour begins at 1 p.m. and is approximately two hours. Tickets are $20/person and only available at the Greater Vernon Museum & Archives prior to June 12. Please wear good walking shoes. Following the walking tour participants are invited to the museum to enjoy afternoon tea and pastries. Lawrna will be available to answer any further questions and the museum will have more information on display about the characters mentioned on the tour. Info., call the museum at 250-542-3142 or visit www.vernonmuseum.ca or www.facebook.com/vernonmuseum. voyager canoe tour on okanagan lake June 14 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. on the water off Kopje Regional Park on Carrs Landing Road in Lake Country. Paddle along the shoreline and learn about some cultural history of the area. Participants must preregister to reserve a space with a cost of $25 for each adult and $15 per child. Program is offered by Selah Outdoor Adventures. fintry annual general meeting June 14, Friends of Fintry hold AGM starting 10 a.m. in the Manor House. All members encouraged to attend. 20th anniversary father’s day car show Hosted by the North Okanagan Chapter Vintage Car Club, June 15, Village Green Centre, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Registration 9 a.m. to noon. Awards, door prizes, food and music, 50/50 draws. Antiques, classics, customs and trucks. Admission by donation. For more information, call Alex at 250-542-5541. just for feet clinic Monthly foot care clinic June 16 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Lumby Health Centre. Call 250-547-9741 for an appointment. Info, go to www.lumbyhealthcentre.org hayovel zion’s sake tour event Giving a report from the Land of Israel June 16 at Vernon Christian Fellowship, 4506-29th St., Vernon, (behind Canadian Tire), 7 to 8:30 p.m. For more info., call Holly Mitchell at 250-547-9420. inflammation and anti-inflammatory diets Info. session hosted by Lumby & District Health Services Society June 17 from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at TH White Valley Community Hall. Did you know your diet can be key in preventing and managing inflammation in your body? Call 250-547-9741 to register. 5 to 8 p.m. Please join us for this one-stop shopping spree for gen- adoption healers Monthly support group for adoptees, tly used ladies clothing, accessories and shoes, all at rock-bottom nmoms, anyone in the search/reunion process, June 18 from 11 prices. We will also have new and designer clothing! All proceeds a.m. to 1 p.m. at People Place, 3402-27th Ave., room 002. For go to Vernon Women’s Transition House Society. If you would like more information, call 250-545-4493. to donate to this event, you will receive a ticket for one free item. free presentation for people with ms The Okanagan Please drop off your gently used women’s clothing, accessories Chapter of the Vernon MS Society hosts this session in Vernon and shoes at our Support to Young Parents building, 3502-19 St., June 21, from 1-3 p.m. at People Place, 3402-27th Ave. Cheryl between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Call staff at 250-549-2887 to arrange Daniels, nurse from MS Clinic, will speak about the clinic, and MS symptoms such as fatigue, heat sensitivity, bowel and bladder drop-off. Info., Allison at 250-503-7719. days for girls haiti sewing bee June 11 from 1 to 4 p.m. issues. Jane Gates, clinic physiotherapist, will discuss her role and at the Vernon Alliance Church arbour (27 th St. and 43rd Ave.) how those with MS should exercise. Refreshments served; door Come and help make a difference in a young woman’s life. These prizes! To register, call Sherry at 250-762-5850 or e-mail sherry. kits will go to Haiti and be distributed in the fall. Donations of dark wezner@msscociety.ca by June 17. washed flannel and dark quilters’ cotton are needed. If you are a national aboriginal day celebration A Day of Peace sewer please bring your sewing machine or serger. Non sewers are and Prayer June 21, Polson Park band shell, Vernon, 10 a.m. to welcome as they are needed as well. Coffee will be served. Hope 3 p.m. Entertainment, kids’ activities, crafts, door prizes, food. Everyone welcome, rain or shine. Things to bring: umbrella, to see you there. For more info., contact Pat Brkich at 542-8844. the idea exchange at the vernon library: June 12 folding chairs, blankets. Info., 250-542-1247 or e-mail pdirfnfc@ at 6:30 p.m. Amnesty International brings its “Stop Torture” shawcable.com. Presented by First Nations Friendship Centre. campaign to the library with a workshop on torture practices that old fashioned teddy bear picnic June 22 from noon continue around the world unabated despite being banned by 155 to 3 p.m., bring the whole family out for annual picnic at Kopje countries. Join us for an evening of education, discussion and Regional Park on Carrs Landing Road in Lake Country. Families action. In the meeting room. Everyone is welcome. Hosted in part- encouraged to pack picnic lunch, bring a blanket or chairs and don’t nership with the Vernon Chapter of Amnesty International. Visit forget that stuffy. Take part in various family activities, games and entertainment that our Regional Parks crew has planned. Finish off www.amnesty.ca/stoptorture for more info. the 42nd annual vernon roundup Presented by District your picnic with cookies and lemonade served on china! 70 Alcoholis Anonymous June 13 and 14, “Happy, Joyous and storytelling circle at vernon library The fourth Free,” St. John’s Lutheran Church, 5151 Alain Rd., Vernon. Wednesday of every month 7 to 9 p.m., June 25. Do you love (behind Butcher Boys). Tickets $35, includes registration, break- stories? Are you a storyteller at heart? Amateurs or professionals fast, lunch and banquet. Registration Friday at 5 p.m. and Saturday are invited to take part in our monthly storytelling circle, hosted at 8 a.m. Speakers from AA and Al-Anon. Info., Brent R. at 250- by Gabriel Newman. Everyone welcome, no experience necessary! The library is at 2800-30th Ave. Info., www.orl.bc.ca or 351-5352. Tickets from Brent or inquire at a Vernon meeting. garage and book sale The Vernon & District Animal Care 250-542-7610. Program, Kindale, Experience 50+ Magazine, MS Society, and the Gatekeeper Program. Volunteers will be available to assist seniors with filling out OAS, CPP and GIS applications. Meeting is open to seniors, service providers, caregivers, representatives from all levels of government, and people with an interest and passion for seniors’ issues. Info., Jennifer at NexusBC 250.545.0585 the armstrong food initiative society Pot luck supper at the Community Garden behind the caboose June 10 at 6 p.m. and open to anyone who wishes to come and enjoy some good food and company and see what we’ve been doing to support food security in our neighbourhood. Bring a prepared food dish of your choice to share, a chair, your cutlery, a plate and cup. Coffee and juice will be provided. It will be cancelled in case of heavy rain. For more information contact dlscott@telus.net become a fosterparent and make a difference Attend an information session to find out how. 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CANCER (June 21-July 22) An unexpected surprise will develop, helping a difficult situation turn positive. Cast your worries aside and plan to relax with someone you enjoy spending time with. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) If you wish to raise your standard of living, make some adjustments. Your current employer may be nice, but could also be taking advantage of your talents. Inquire about salaries for equivalent jobs. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Your good-natured joking will be misinterpreted. Make sure you are laughing with your friends, not at them. A feud is likely to develop if you aren’t tactful. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) A short trip will clear your head and motivate you to take on something new. Discovering new skills and enjoyable activities will help you make new friends.

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Created in Enderby, a 10-foot tall metal mule deer has come home for good. The sculpture, made in his Enderby shop by Braden Kiefiuk of Majestic Metal Art, had been on loan to a business in Salmon Arm. But after striking up a conversation in the winter over curling with Enderby Coun. Tundra Baird, it was decided that the deer belonged where it was born. The city donated a small plot of land on Highway 97A beside city hall and the museum. Last week, the metal sculpture was permanently ensconced by Kiefiuk, who had a hand from Central Hardware crane operator Sam Hadden to lift the deer into place before the final bolts were screwed into place. “The donation of the land is great,” said Kiefiuk. “I talked to

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it to city hall and got things rolling. “It was about six months of going through all of the hoops to get the project going.” That’s about one month less than the time it took Kiefiuk to create the deer in his shop. A shop foreman

during the day at Combined Mechanical Contractors, Kiefiuk spent his extra hours at night and on weekends making the sculpture. The unnamed deer is 10-feet tall from bottom to the top of its antlers. It’s made out of 16-guage hot-rolled mild steel for the skin, and various sizes of pipe and rod inside for the framework… Having it on the side of the highway will be a boon for Kiefiuk, along with the city. “The exposure is huge,” said Kiefiuk. “This is the main thoroughfare for anybody coming from Alberta. They have to drive by my deer.” As the installation was going on, motorists were slowing down to have a look at the sculpture, many with eyes wide and big smiles. Said Enderby Coun. Brad Case: “I can’t believe he’s here in our community. I think it’s amazing, awesome, I love it. It’s just one more thing you recognize about Enderby. It was a totally easy decision for us to donate the land.” Kiefiuk is already at work on his next project: a grizzly bear and cubs. “You won’t be able to see it until the unveiling,” he smiled.

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Every dollar from all sales on Saturday, June 7 will be donated to the Vernon Hospice House. Local author, Randy Kolibaba will be in the store on Saturday between 9:30 and 12:30 signing his book “The Lies Behind the Truth”. Come in and see our great selection of magazines, books, greeting cards and gifts.

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A double-double can help send kids to camp today. Tim Hortons is celebrating Camp Day today. “All coffee sales go to the kids’ camps across Canada,” said Dan Currie, owner of the Tim Hortons in Vernon. In 2013, Camp Day raised $11.8 million nationally for the Tim Horton Children’s Foundation. Of that, $25,000 came from Vernon. “It’s the 40th year for the camps so it’s time to celebrate,” said Currie.


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Two Nor th Okanagan residents will take part in the 2014 Celebration of Excellence hosted by the Canadian Olympic and Paralympic committees in Calgary. Wheelchair curler Sonja Gaudet and sitskier Josh Dueck, who carried the Canadian flag at the Sochi Paralympics, will attend the Canadian Olympic Hall of Fame gala and induction ceremony Friday. “ The 2014 Celebration of Excellence has a starstudded lineup that will have guests and fans screaming for more,” said Marcel Aubut, Canadian Olympic Committee president. Throughout the 2014 Celebration of Excellence, more than 200 Olympians, Paralympians and coaches will make public appearances starting today at Ottawa schools and hospitals as well as the House of Commons. The Heroes Tour, consisting of school and hospital visits, will be making its way through Calgary, Banff, Red Deer and Edmonton Thursday; and the post-Sochi Canadian Olympic Hall of Fame

gala and parade of champions will take place in Calgary Friday.

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The bikes are stationary with the rear wheel attached to a pair of big rollers that rotates as the athletes pedal. The rollers are hooked up to TVs which display the race like a video game. Teams of two or four will compete in races 5002,000 metres. Roller racing is relatively new in Canada, while the U.S. and the U.K. have been doing it for decades. Kamloops has held roller races at the Tournament Capital Centre in the past few years. People of all ages are encouraged to sign up. Teams can contact Breakaway Fitness for registration. It is free to sign up, but Breakaway is accepting donations for KidSports, which provides underprivileged children with the opportunity to play sports. Breakaway T-shirts and water bottles will be given away all afternoon and there will be a hot dog and hamburger tent with all proceeds going to KidSport. There will also be two one-year gym memberships to Breakaway Fitness given away after the races. Drop-in workout fees will be reduced to $5 during the race. The event is also to commemorate the new ownership at Breakaway. Roger and Sharon Annis took over the gym about a month ago. “We are really excited about the gym. We want to make working out affordable for the people of Vernon and make it a family environment,” said Roger.

RDNO issues awards Morning Star Staff

The Regional District of North Okanagan has announced the 2014 Environmental Leadership Award winners. The awards celebrate those who are supporting strong, healthy, active and resilient communities. They will be presented at the RDNO meeting today. n Community clean-up: Helen Sidney and Rick Siemens, Cori Doorman, and the Englehart, Illerbrun, and Hues families n Invasive plant control: Friends of Kalamalka Lake Provincial Park Society n Sustainability: Armstrong-Spallumcheen Environmental Trust and Ellison Elementary Ozone Class n Parks and trail stewardship: Ribbons of Green Trail Society n Waste reduction and recycling: Vernon Christian School n Water stewardship: Allan Brooks Nature Centre and Kingfisher Interpretive Centre


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Creative Chaos thanks all of its ir volunteers for the time & efforts! A special

THANK YOU

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3400 30th Street Vernon, BC V1T 5E6 Phone: 250-545-1361 Fax: 250-545-7876

1600 - 32nd St Vernon, BC V1T 2J1 Ph: 250-549-3700

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Wednesday, June 4, 2014 - The Morning Star A25

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Resident Barb Stevens (left) and former resident Gladys Shippy enjoy a cup of tea together at the Vernon Restholm’s 50th anniversary celebration and strawberry tea.

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Events unfold Morning Star Staff

The Regional District of North Okanagan and the City of Vernon are hosting Environment Week. “Join us for free family-friendly events that will run from June 2 to 7,” said Jennifer Miles, RDNO water sustainability co-ordinator. Today - Celebrate National Clean Air Day with free transit all day and enjoy a free continental breakfast from 6:30 to 9:00 a.m. at the Vernon downtown transit exchange. Thursday - Visit the education station at the Vernon Farmers’ Market at Kal Tire Place from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. to learn about sustainable and responsible consumption. Friday - Learn about our local trails and what they offer. Check www. rdno.ca/adventure for maps and park information. For further information, contact 250-5503700 or go online to www.rdno.ca.

Join us in celebrating High School Athletics in the North Okanagan

Wednesday, June 11 • 7:00 - 9:00 PM Best Western Lodge Vernon Featured speakers Angus Reid

13 year CFL career 2011 All-Canadian

Gold Sponsors The Bulldog Hotel Silver Star & Grand Café Bannister Honda Bannister GM Capri Insurance Caufields Engraving KISS FM

Tickets $10 available from Rotarians and Secondary Schools 250.550.3964

A.J. Eathorne LPGA professional 3 times BC Ladies Amateur Champion

Silver Sponsors Bannister Auto Group Dr. Craig Goplen Dr. James Mayne, Arise Chiropractic Edward Jones Investments Fix Auto Andy Erickson, Investors Group The Larsen/Szudek family MHC - Kari Gares Royal LePage Downtown Sun Life Financial - Greg MacKinnon City Furniture Vance Creek Hotel & Conference Centre Vernon Golf & Country Club Talon Benefits - Brian Reid TELUS Wayside Press Ltd

Thank you

to everyone who made our annual gala a tremendous success! Your support and patronage have enabled us to donate $23,700 to the Vernon Jubilee Hospital this year! Davidson Lawyers SUN FM Best Western Vernon Lodge Capri Insurance City Furniture Chocoliro Electric Paper Company Enderby Jewellers Info Tel News Vernon Kim Heizmann Century 21 Norval Event Rentals

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Fans tailgated and the Vernon Source for Sports Tigers donned savvy new jerseys in front of more than 450 fans as Junior B lacrosse finally arrived in Vernon Saturday night. The Tigers sent the crowd home happy as they stopped the Armstrong Shamrocks 12-3 in Thompson Okanagan Junior Lacrosse League action at Kal Tire Place. It was Vernon’s home opener. The Tigers (6-2) took a backseat this spring as the Royal Bank Cup used Kal Tire Place. The Tigers came out in a new retro-styled jersey. Tigers is proudly written in cursive across the front over a cream background, while blue and orange stripes go over the arms and stomach. Despite all the hoopla surrounding the home opener, the Tigers only led 4-3 heading into the third period. “It took a while for the guys to get used to the bigger arena. It is a lot cooler in there with the climate control. It’s a nice change,” said coach Keith Hanna. “We talked in the second intermission that we needed to stick to our game-plan and stay focused. There was some stuff going on out there that was distracting us; we just needed to stick with our game.” The Tigers outscored the Rocks 8-0 in the final frame. Ryan Sarazin

pulled the hat trick, while Sean Connors, Jordan Orr and Connor Buick sniped two goals each for the Cats. Brett Hanna, Braden Barr and Darryl Landels added singles. It was Connors’ last game for a while as he travels to Europe on a backpacking trip. He is expected back for provincials, Aug. 2-4, in Vernon. Joel Castle, Cole MacFarlane and Cam Nelson replied for the Shamrocks (3-6). The Tigers’ defence has held their opponents under five goals in five out of eight games. “Our guys are playing as a unit. Colton Harrish, Mack Leroux and Brock Wagner are doing a great job. Guys are sliding off their checks and passing them along without letting anyone get loose,” said Hanna. Aaron Jensen got the start for the Tigers. He leads the league with a suffocating 3.29 goals against average and .911 save percentage. Jensen was relieved by local boy Dylan Hiemstra with seven minutes to play. “It felt amazing to play in front of that crowd. That was really nice of Keith to do that for me,” said Hiemstra, who played minor lacrosse for the North Okanagan Legends. During the second intermission, former Tigers’ coach and GM of 13 years, Rich Zecchel, was presented a recognition award from captain Brett Hanna and governor Rob Seaton. Vernon hosts the South Okanagan Flames (1-5) Saturday night.

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Jordan Orr of the Vernon Tigers drives to the net as Logan Mostat of the Armstrong Shamrocks (left) plays defence in Junior B lacrosse action Saturday night at Kal Tire Place.

Mick moved to Merritt as part of Chanter trade The Vernon Vipers have sent forward Logan Mick to the Merritt Centennials to complete the future considerations in a previous deal for defenceman Dylan Chanter Mick, 17, brings 102 B.C. Hockey League regular-season games experience to the Centennials, along with 16 playoff games and four games at the Royal Bank Cup. He missed the Vipers’ semifinal RBC game versus the Yorkton Terriers with the flu. The hard-hitting Mick rung up 11 goals and 23 points, along with 63 penalty minutes

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for finishing all his checks and driving the net with pro speed. “He skates as well as anyone in the league and once he puts together the whole package, he’s going to be dangerous,” said Williamson. Cents’ head coach/GM Luke Pierce, a former Viper, is stoked to add Mick, who was not available for comment. “We are excited to add a player of Logan’s ability to our group,” said Pierce. “He gained tremendous experience this year in a long playoff run and playing at the RBC. He plays with a lot of energy and brings a skillset that

I believe is ready to break through.” Troy Mick, meanwhile, has stepped down as head coach of the BCHL Salmon Arm SilverBacks. Mick, 45, will take over as governor, also serving as president and GM. “Having just completed our first year as the new ownership group of the SilverBacks, we have realized that Troy was wearing too many hats and we wanted to make some changes as we quickly approach the 2014/2015 season,” said Dale Unruh, outgoing governor.

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Vernon United gave first-place Kelowna United a scare and then stopped the Shuswap Selects in Thompson Okanagan Under 13 Girls Rep Soccer League play. Vernon bowed 3-2 to Kelowna Saturday morning at MacDonald Park with Kelsey Falk opening the offence on a rocket top shelf. Emily Thomas went on a great run to set up Mira Szudek, who buried a firm shot to make it 2-0 Vernon. The back line of Makena Kersey, Carly Southam and Kelsey Carrierre held strong until the dying minutes of the first half when Kelowna scored off a corner which bounced

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United U14 girls kept their unbeaten streak going by stopping second-place Kelowna 4-1 and bouncing Kamloops Blaze 3-0. Paige Latta pulled the hat trick and Evan Koshure added a single against Kelowna. Jai Sidhu supplied two goals with a passionate performance and Ali Holman netted the other goal versus the Blaze. Said coach Ley Christensen: “A solid defence line has always been our calling card and that defintely continued, but our performance at the offensive end is really starting to gel.” Christensen also had praise for centre back Jordan Butler, who battled and won balls all week end. Props also went to Kalli Hamilton Gee, who was bold in the midfield, showing great vision and distribution.

U15 girls shut out Stallions

In U15 girls action, Vernon toppled the Revelstoke Stallions 2-0 Saturday at Mac Park. Abbey Hughes and Sheyna Camalush supplied the goals in support of Marina Dempsey. Vernon had major possession in the attacking half for most of the first half but couldn’t find the back of the net. Hughes scored first off a cross from Jaime Grages and Camalush scored off a great shot at the top of the 18. “We received great effort on the back line from McKenna McWillis, Madison Catt and Makenna Southam and up front by Kristen Tennant,” said United coach Michelle Hughes. The Kamloops Blaze bounced United 2-0 in U16/17 girls play Sunday

at Marshall #5. “It was a good game for the girls,” said Hughes. “They worked hard defensively and gave Kamloops only three scoring opportunities in the whole game.Unfortunately, they capilalized on two of them.”

U15 boys fall 2-1 to Blaze

United U15 boys lost 2-1 to visiting Kamloops Blaze Blue Sunday. Vernon came out sluggish in the mid-day heat and allowed Kamloops to take the game to them. Despite a majority of the possession, Kamloops didn’t create many quality chances as Vernon kept their defensive poise. Vernon began to assert themselves more as the half wore on and were rewarded with some great chances. Kevin Thibault, who had a fabulous game, rattled a rocket off the post and Joshua Gray also bounced a solid header off the crossbar. Said United coach Rolf Hirschkorn: “Had we scored on those opportunities, it would have changed the complexion ROGER KNOX/MORNING STAR of the game.” Vernon United #2’s Olivia Tymkiw takes one for the Despite fairly even play for the team as she blocks a pass intended for Penticton remainder of the half, the teams went Pinnacles’ forward Julia Devito in U11 girls Rep soccer into the break in a scoreless draw. The beginning of the second half was much action Sunday morning at Marshall Field. of the same. The breakthrough came for Kamloops in the 55th and 58th minutes after a couple Both Vernon U12 boys teams were in of defensive miscues and mental lapses by Penticton with Team #1 earning a 2-0 win United. over Kamloops Blue in the first game of the Five minutes from time, Malcolm Wiens day. was taken down in the area and a penalty Logan Quibel was stellar in goal to earn converted by Gavin Mason gave Vernon a life line. The boys pressed hard for an equal- a clean sheet with Kaden Funk, Jack Cotter and Luke Jones bold on defence. izer but just ran out of time. Keegan Carmichael opened the scoring Vernon finishes off the regular season early with a lovely strike after receiving a playing Kelowna Sunday at Beasley Park in great pass from Cotter. Ben Lesyk put the Lake Country. boys up 2-0 after cleaning up a rebound from Isaiah Ondrik. Dawson Martian was the Planet Bee Man United lost 5-0 to the Penticton Pinnacles of the Match, running miles on the wing and in U14 boys play Sunday at Kings Park. Vernon had numerous chances to score creating dangerous plays for the strikers. In Game 2 the boys started slowly, allowbut were unable to capitalize, including one when Chris Atkins riverdanced around the ing an early Kamloops goal, before rebounding with stellar individual and team effort defence and put a solid shot on net. Mika Burns earned the Eye of the Tiger for a 3-1 win. Burger King Man of the Match Ondrik honourable mention for his hard and deteropened the scoring, with William Oordtmined play. Bosman and Martian rounding out the attack. Team #2 opened against the tough Vernon bowed 3-0 to host Penticton in Kelowna Reds and were unfortunate to be U13 boys play Sunday afternoon. Vernon attacked the ball but the Pinnacles’ down 3-0 at the half. Red Robin Man of the Match Nate strong passing and ball control enabled them to control the pace early. Vernon settled into Paskiewich closed the gap with a beauty early their game, led by the back-line strength of in the scond half, and Liam Glennon had a Ty Ogasawara, Oliver Myer, Shawn Boucher few excellent runs and scoring chances, but a fast and accurate attack from Kelowna was and Joseph Neufeld. Once the Vernon boys got going, too much for the Vernon defence to handle. In the second game of the day, the boys they challlenged for space and matched Penticton’s ball control, creating chances came out flat in a 5-1 loss to Kelowna Blacks. The boys were down 2-0 quickly with at the opposite end. It was scoreless at the Hayden Catt answering for Vernon. break. Despite dominating at times, an unlucky The Pinnacles sent a rocket that was punched away nicely by Vernon keeper Jared own goal and a penalty kick, had the lads Jameson. Unfortunately, the ensuing corner down 5-1 at the half. Lucas Schuch, Ben Imrich and Aiden produced the first goal. Skinner never stopped running and Glennon United pushed back but couldn’t generate a legitimate scoring opportunity. Penticton worked tirelessly on the back line. Both teams see action Sunday at Marshall struck a second time shortly after and added facing West Kootenays in the afternoon. a third with just minutes left to play.

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“The rule in the BCHL states that no one in the position of head coach can be a team governor. We believe that Troy is an integral part of our organization and will be even more effective in his newly defined role and will prove beneficial in this role for the long-term viability of the franchise.” Current associate head coach Brandon West will take over as the new bench boss. Said Mick: “Brandon is ready to take this next step in his career. I have worked with him for the last two years and I WANTED know he is going to do a 2 3 HOMES IN stellar job as head coach. VERNON WITH His work ethic and technical abilities are second Buy any lifetime patio roof system to none and his passion under our advertising partnership agreement you will save is shown every day at the % rink.” UP TO 35 Pre-engineered West has been buildMaintenance free ing on his coaching abilJourneymen installer ities for over a decade, Transferable warranty Factory direct purchase working with several 10 year service warranty teams from Major Midget LIMITED TIME OFFER to BCHL teams. West also coached CALL NOW! internationally with FACTORY Hockey Canada at the World Under 17 DIRECT SALES 250-351-4928 Challenge in 2013.

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The Vernon Brewers Sports Tanks bowed 7-6 to the Kelowna Kaos in Sunday’s final of the 12-team Kelowna Women’s Fastball Tournament at Mission Sports Fields. The Tanks, coached by Scott Flood, were up 6-5 when the Kaos used a lead-off single and a couple of bunts and passed balls for two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning. “The girls played some great ball for six games in a pretty competitive tournament,” said Flood. Cassie Marshall went the first four

innings on the hill before being relieved by Sara Wallis. Centre fielder Tara Joe was 3-for-4, while second baseman Bianca Dewitt was 2-for4 with two RBI. First baseman Ashley Flood smacked a two-run single in the first inning and then badly twisted her ankle sliding home, in the same inning. Vernon ambushed the North Vancouver Blue Jays 11-1 in the semifinals with Joe making an awesome diving catch in centre field. Shortstop Taylor Weixl and Flood each homered as the Tanks toppled the Vancouver Impact 9-7 in two extra

innings, in the quarters. In preliminary games, the Tanks doubled the Field of Dreams 10-5, mauled the Maple Ridge Nemesis 11-4 and smothered Abbotsford Rage Conspiracy 14-2. The core of the team was coached by Flood in 2009 when they won the provincial Midget title. They play in the Kelowna Women’s League. Catcher Kristin Limbris, second baseman Leah Schaefer, outfielders Eva Wiens and Coola Lewis and utility players Kaylie Herrewynen and Danielle Saddleman round out the Tanks’ tournament roster.

In the second half, Geoff Straight nailed a sizzling shot that went off the crossbar and in. Lake Country came back hard and netted the next two. Meanwhile, the Okanagan Spring Camels shut down the Vernon Liquor Store Stallions (formerly Stars) 2-0 in an entertaining clash of local 45+ Titans at Marshall Field #1. The Liquormen enjoyed a couple of early attempts on goal by John Matejicka and dancing fool Paul McArdle. The Humpbacks picked up the pace as the game became a see-saw of chances with Stephen McCourt’s breakaway late in the first half sweetly tipped just wide of the post by Camels’ keeper Dave Dutcher. The second half was no different as both teams wrestled for domination. The match looked to be heading for a welldeserved tie before Stallion keeper Ted Lurkins was fooled by a 30-yard linedrive knuckler by central midfielder Brian

Williamson, in the 78th minute. “I think the ball knuckled and Ted thought it was going to bounce and it went under his hands and legs,” said Camel veteran Ron Krause. Winger Don Balcombe crossed in a high hopeful ball that looped over Lurkins for insurance, 10 minutes later. The Camels improved to 3-3-1, while the Stallions slipped to 4-2-1 in the Capri Insurance League. Wayne Clarke scored twice as RPM Automotive of Rutland grounded the Big O Tire-Turn-Key Controls Ogopogos 4-1 at City Park in Kelowna. “Hats off to the RPM (3-4) soccer club who played a great passing and enthused game against the shorthanded Ogopogos,” said Big O’s Kerry Zubot. “RPM never let up, or sat back, but kept a consistent attack coming, wearing down our defence.”

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Vernon Kal Tire FC iced Lake Country 4-3 in Kelowna Men’s 35+ Soccer League action Monday night at Beasley Park. The Tiremen (6-1-1) worked the ball up the left side and Ryan Sharp hit a great pass to Jesse Knight, who broke past the defenders and beat the keeper for the winner in the 80th minute. Kal Tire went into a defensive shell the last 10 minutes and held on tight. Vernon controlled the play for most of the first half. Tyler Johnson opened the scoring on a 23-yard free kick, looking everyone off and using a outside curl to one-time it into the net. About 10 minutes later, Kal Tire crossed a ball that was flicked on to the foot of Glenn Allan, who one-timed it for a 2-0 lead. Lake Country responded when all-star James Coball broke through the defence and buried a corker.

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Leo Nadeau turned in a marvellous showing at central defender, heroically kicking a ball off the goalline at the last second. Later in the game, Nadeau pulled his hamstring, joining a growing list of Ogos on the injury list. Bryan Schenker switched to forward in the second half, creating some awesome chances for the 3-4 Ogopogos. He passed a beauty to a wide open Mark Wasylyk for the 1-1 goal. First-place Penticton United blanked Vernon Bosman Accouting 4-0 at the Barclay’s Premier Leaguelike pitch at Kings Park. Towering defender Brian Johnson used his rock-star hair and great verticle to nod in a Ken Horncastle corner for Penticton’s first goal in the 43rd minute. Horncastle, Kevin Kothlow and Dave Braumgartner added secondhalf tallies for 7-0 United, who owned most of the play. Mike Killick made a handful of stops for the clean sheet. Former Vernonite Mike Vandeleest was flawless as referee. Bosman (2-5) got a strong showing from their shot-blocking back line,

anchored by Dan Rogers and Glenn Verdurmen. Keeper Yogi Kongsdorf made the save of the night by diving to his right on a low scorcher. In other games, Brandt’s Creek played the defensive trap all night to gain a scoreless draw with the highscoring Brown Benefits at Parkinson #9 in Kelowna. It was obvious from the kick-off that Brandt’s game-plan was to just park the bus with 10 players behind the ball at all times. Brandt’s didn’t manage a shot on goal and were content to pack the ir stalwart defence. Browns move to 6-0-1 while Brandts go to 3-2-1. In other games, it was North Country Kickers 3 Pushor Mitchell 0; Rented Mules 2 Cantinas 2; Lake Country 6 Rutland Spirit 0. Lake Country (4-1-2) got two goals each by Sammi Kimpian and Neil McNeil. Andy Barrowcliffe and Graeme Jenkins, both scored on penalty shots. Vernon product Duane Mueller got the shutout. Dave Gadd recorded his second straight shutout and North Country Appraisals (5-2) received goals from Steve Reston, Steve Fagan and Floyd Ryan.

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Hannah Bennison of the VSS Panthers won the provincial junior girls 3,000-metre race at Langley’s McLeod Athletic Park. A Grade 9 athlete running as a junior, Bennison clocked in at nine minutes, 56 seconds. Taryn O’Neill of George Elliot in Winfield was second in 10 minutes, 20 seconds The senior girls’ 3,000 winner finished in 10 minutes, 10 seconds. Trinity Hansma of Len Wood Middle School in Armstrong was fourth in the Grade 8 girls high jump, while Jared Sexsmith of the Charles Bloom Timberwolves in Lumby placed fifth in the junior boys high jump. Tyra Gilbert of the Pleasant Valley Saints in Armstrong placed seventh in the senior women’s 100 hurdles, while Claire Oordt-Bosman of the Seaton Sonics was ninth in the Grade 8 girls 800. Chris Loland of the Kalamalka Lakers finished 10th in the junior boys javelin and 11th in the high jump, while Mack Moody of PVSS was 13th in the senior boys 3,000 and 14th in the 1,500.

Sonics fifth in high school golf

The Seaton Sonics finished fifth in a field of 15 at the B.C. High School Golf Championships at Pheasant Glen in Qualicum. The Sonics went in with with medal hopes and were third, at 311, going into the final 18 holes. For Russell Day and Matt McEachran-Law, it was the finale to their fine high school golf

careers, while Grade 10s Parker Wadsworth and Mac Gourdine were gaining valuable experience. Under sunny skies, Day fired a team-low 76 on opening day, while McEachran-Law, despite stumbling to a 10 on the par-5 9th, went even on the back and posted a 77. Gourdine, at 78, and Christian LaCasse, with 80, rounded things out. The real story in round two was the gritty performance turned in by LaCasse, who had been out most of the year with an ailing back. On the verge of withdrawing minutes prior to his tee time, LaCasse pressed on and was 2-under par after 9. He finished with an inspiring 76, but it wasn’t enough for the Sonics as Day, with 82, Gourdine, at 79, and McEachran-Law, with 78, were unable to get on any kind of roll. Seaton was seven strokes behind third-place Smithers and 25 behind the champion Kwalikum Condors, the host school.

Bissell boosts Ready-Mixers

The M&K Ready-Mixers used Mike Bissell’s bat in a 17-11 Vernon Senior Men’s Slo-Pitch League win over the Canadians at DND #7. Bissell went 5-for-5 with a pair of dingers for the Mixers, who got marvellous defence and four hits from third basemen Al McNiven. Ray Yuskiw homered for the Canadians and threw Matt Brown out at third from deep centre. The Lions, meanwhile, got four runs from Don Malakoff and three apiece from Gerry Bilodeau and Garnet Willett as they outlasted the Lake Country Truss Lakers 21-17.


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to show game-forcing values and to ask South if he had a heart stopper for notrump purposes. South starts with eight top tricks: one heart (given the lead), four diamonds and three clubs. If clubs are 3-3, the contract is safe, but if that suit is not breaking favorably, declarer will have to score a spade trick. If East wins the first trick with his heart ace and returns the suit, South will make his contract. Suppose instead East plays his heart queen. South will get home if -- admittedly a big if -- he does not take the trick. However, East should recall that when an opponent has only one stopper in the suit he is trying to establish, give that trick to

the opponent as quickly as possible. East should signal enthusiastically with his nine. Declarer wins, tries the clubs, cashes his diamonds, and turns to spades. But West grabs the trick, cashes his club jack and leads his second heart to defeat the contract.

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Hilda Annie Howard was born in Armstrong, BC on July 12, 1924. She was the third and youngest child of Harry and Annie Comber. She was raised in Armstrong helping her parents with their greenhouse and market garden business. Her Įrst ũob aŌer high school was working as a telephone operator in the Armstrong oĸce, towards the end of the Second World War. She conƟnued at that ũob for a Ɵme aŌer her marriage to Dudley Howard on August 16, 1946. Hilda was a maũor contributor on their farm on Schubert Zoad where the primary income came from egg producƟon and asparagus. Hilda and Dudley had three children: Allan, Jim, and Ann. When the youngest child was in school, Hilda went to work for the ckoī͛s at the Conjy Eook cafe. >ater she worked as a clerk for many years in Blumenauer͛s drug store, unƟl the store closed, which led to her reƟrement. Hilda and Dudley enũoyed seǀeral trips together including a holiday to Dedžico, Walm Springs, astern Canada, 'reat Britain, and to /taly retracing Dudley͛s tour during the Second World War. dhe Howards reƟred oī of the farm into the town of Armstrong. AcƟǀiƟes in Hilda͛s lifeƟme included: a loǀe of gardening, especially her Ňowers and tomatoes͖ sewing and ƋuilƟng ;making a Ƌuilt for each of her grandchildrenͿ͖ 4-H Club leader of the Poultry, Gardening, and Sewing Clubs; The Cheerio Club; Zed Cross; seǀeral aspects of the ion hnited Church, including the choir, hCW, and the church fair meals at the /P. /n her later years she ǀolunteered at Armstrong͛s Bargain Bin. She was an aǀid reader her enƟre life.

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AŌer a courageous baƩle with Alnjheimer͛s, at the age of ϴϱ, Bob passed away on Day ϯϬth, 2Ϭ14 in Vernon, with family at his side. Bob was born and grew up in Windsor, Kntario. At the age of seǀenteen his family moǀed to >illooet where, in 194ϴ, he started his railway career with the PaciĮc Great astern Zailway. During his career he liǀed in >illooet, Prince George and Eorth Vancouǀer. AŌer ϯϳ years of dedicated serǀice, Bob reƟred in 19ϴϱ as Superintendent of BC Zailway. Through those years Bob made many life long friends and was well respected and liked among his colleagues. Soon aŌer he arriǀed in >illooet he met and married Dargaret, the loǀe of his life. AŌer his reƟrement, Bob and Dargaret moǀed to Vernon where Bob enũoyed many years of golĮng. Eo maƩer how he golfed, he always said ͞there was neǀer a bad day on the golf course͟. Bob was a deǀoted husband and a wonderful, caring father to >inda ;WayneͿ, Alan and Janis ;<enͿ. As a consummate gentlemen and family man, Bob always put family and others Įrst. ͞Grandpa Bobby͟ will be greatly missed by his grandchildren, ScoƩ ;EicoleͿ, <eǀin, Zichard ;>oraleeͿ Θ Jennifer ;ChadͿ and Great Grandchildren <oen, Dila, Kwen, Blakely Θ Dikaela. And to his nephew, Daǀid, who shared many golf games with his hncle Bob thank you for that special road trip to >illooet. Fred, who was a longƟme friend and baseball teammate and Bud who always considered Bob ͞the best͟ will miss him. To Don his friend at Desert Coǀe, thanks for being there for dad. A special thank you to the staī at Polson Special who showed compassion and digniĮed dedicaƟon to Bob͛s care. A ǀery special thank you to Trina, a true friend. Bob enũoyed the ouƟngs and Zick͛s baseball games Dad, we are so grateful and honored to haǀe you as our Dad. zou will be missed and foreǀer in our hearts. Kur >oǀe; >inda, Alan Θ Janis At Bob͛s reƋuest, there will be no serǀice. Those wishing to do so may make a memorial donaƟon to the Alnjheimer Society of BC ;1664 Zichter St ηϯϬϳ, <elowna, BC V1z ϴEϯͿ. zou are inǀited to leaǀe a personal message of condolence at the family͛s on-line obituary Λ www.DyAlternaƟǀes.ca . Arrangements entrusted to A>TZEAT/VS FhEZA> Θ CZDAT/KE SZV/CS ® Vernon 2ϱϬ-ϱϱϴ-Ϭϴ66 Θ Armstrong 2ϱϬ-ϱ46-ϳ2ϯϳ

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DERICKSON Passed away peacefully with family at her side on Thursday, May 29, 2014 at the age of 89. Survived by her loving family, daughters: Deanna Hamilton (Barry), Rose Lube (Lorne), Bonnie Thompson, Marion Radawetz (Mike); sons: Dave Derickson (Debbie), Larry Derrickson (Jo-Ann); â&#x20AC;&#x153;adoptedâ&#x20AC;? son Dr. Tim Raybould (Jody Wilson-Raybould); son-in-law Herman Hohn all of Westbank, BC; many grand, great and great-great grandchildren and brother Wally Parker (Marion) and sister Mildred Bonneau (Reynolds) both of Vernon; and large extended family. Predeceased by her husband Dave, daughter Linda Hohn, grandson Dan Hohn and son-in-law Gary Thompson. A Celebration of Life was held on Tuesday, June 3rd at 10:00 am at the Pavilion at Pine Stadium, 1920 Quail Lane, Westbank, BC. Condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www.springfieldfuneralhome.com, 250-860-7077.

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INSURANCE AGENCIES GROUP Our Enderby office, McLeod Insurance, is seeking an experienced Autoplan Customer Service Agent To come and join our dynamic team We are looking for an energetic, motived autoplan agent to assist with all types of ICBC auto transactions as well as Driver Licensing customer service, private auto, RV and travel etc. We offer a positive and progressive work environment with a competitive salary and benefit package. We are willing to consider both full time and part time or seasonal possibilities. Preference will be given to those with experience. Please send resume and cover letter by email to: lynne.holmes@jmins.com

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Premier Seniors Residence requires an executive-style assistant who presents a winning personality and who is a capable multi-tasker and problem solver. For an interesting and stimulating challenge, join our dynamic team who excel in service. Potential for future advancement. Position includes variety of tasks to assist management, front desk and emergency response duties, liaison with seniors on a daily basis. Full time Tuesday to Saturday 10:30 - 7:00 p.m. Benefits eligibility. Please bring resume to Canterbury Court, 3011 Gateby Place.

ARE YOU EXPERIENCING FINANCIAL DISTRESS? Relief is only a call away! Call Renee Hubert or Marie Harding Estate Administrators at 250-545-2136 to set up your FREE consultation in Vernon. Donna Mihalcheon CA, CIRP 33 years experience. BDO Canada Limited. Trustee in Bankruptcy. 202-2706 30th Ave., Vernon , BC V1T 2B6

BRABY MOTORS Service Department- Salmon Arm has 2 full time positions - experienced Service Advisor and Tower Operator. Must possess automotive mechanical knowledge, ability to work in fast paced environment. Strong work ethic, organizational skills, ability to multi task a must. Exceptional wage/ benefit package. E-mail resume pat@brabymotors.com or fax 250-832-4545. Coral Beach Farms Ltd. is looking for an experienced Farm Manager to manage a satellite farm in West Vernon. Applicant must have 5 yearsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; experience managing crews in the agricultural industry, education in agriculture an asset. Work will consist of 10 hours a day, 6 days a week. Duties will include the management of large crews to complete planting, grafting, pruning, spraying, irrigation, frost control, blowing, crop protection, and weeding, mowing, bird calling equipment and supervising picking of cherries. Farm manager will be responsible for Health and Safety training of their crew, time keeping, budget controls, and quality control in pre-harvest analysis. Pay is $21.50 per hour. Please fax your resume to: 250-766-0813 or email: jobs@coralbeach.ca DRIVER BFI Vernon is seeking a residential garbage truck driver. This is a physically demanding position. The successful applicant should be strong, dependable, diligent and a team player. Min Class 3 licence is required. Email resume with drivers abstract to kelowna@bficanada.com Hiring Experienced tire service person. Min., two yrs exper. High pay job in Whitecourt, AB. Call 250-308-4337

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Activities Coordinator Part time position required for seniors living residence. Must have a vivacious personality and be able to work as part of a team, as well as independently to create and implement a variety of social activities and fitness routines suited to seniors. Fitness certification is required along with related education and experience to work with seniors. Class 4 driver’s licence would be a benefit. Excellent remuneration paid to the successful candidate with benefits package available. Bring resume to Canterbury Court, 3011 Gateby Place, Vernon, BC

If you want to explore your opportunities at a fast paced, high volume & high energy dealership, submit your resume to Box #15 c/o The Morning Star. 4407 25th Avenue, Vernon BC V1T 1P5

Parts Manager at Vernon Nissan Vernon Nissan – A division of the Sentes Automotive Group Vernon Nissan invites you to join our ever expanding team as a Parts Manager. Work in a very supportive team environment. Automotive parts experienced required. Nissan parts experience would be considered an asset. Candidates must be able to display their organization, communication, computer skills, a positive and energetic attitude, and a desire to succeed and grow. Come and see why we are a part of the largest auto group in the Okanagan. The Parts Manager position heavily focuses on shipping, receiving, and managing inventory, assuring the utmost efficiency of the parts department as a whole. As part of the Sentes Automotive, this is a tremendous career opportunity with benefits and a compensation package based on level of experience. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply by email with resume, cover letter, and references to brianwestwell@sentes.com

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COMMERCIAL UNDERWRITER The Southern Interior Development Initiative Trust (SIDIT) was created as an Economic Development Trust by the Province of BC, to be a catalyst for the Southern Interior region of BC, to grow a strong diversified economy by stimulating sustainable economic growth through strategic and leveraged investments. The Trust is headquartered in Vernon. The Board is composed of eight regionally elected government officials and five appointees of the province focused on providing their communities the ability to pursue new opportunities for stimulating sustainable economic growth and job creation. You will report to the Chief Executive Officer and will be responsible for the investigation and due diligence activities for medium complexity loan proposals and equity investment.  The successful candidate will have demonstrated ability in preparing high-quality proposals which include all appropriate credit analyses, due diligence and sound account management practices, while ensuring that risk levels are within the parameters of accepted credit practices and procedures. You have post-secondary education in commerce or business administration or equivalent experience. Salary is commensurate with experience and education. Competitive benefits and pension are offered. Interested parties may apply in confidence to: Southern Interior Development Initiative Trust Email: lchore@sidit-bc.ca

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House Cleaner required, part time leading to full. Permanent. Must pass criminal record check & have own auto. Exp preferred but not nec. 250-558-7839 or email resume to mikeruhwald@hotmail.com HOUSEKEEPER needed at Silver Star Motel, permanent/ part time. Must be able to work weekends. 250-545-0501. Local Physiotherapy Clinic is looking to hire part time Receptionist. Regular weekly hours of one to two days a week, with flexibility to fill in for sick days and holidays. Please drop off Resumes, along with a Cover Letter to: #201-4710 31st St, Vernon. Looking for Journeyman Carpenter and Carpenter helper. Needed as soon as possible. Versed in all aspects in residential home construction. Submit resume to: christianson.guy@gmail.com Professional House Cleaners Year round employment. Must be bondable and have reliable vehicle. Good starting wage. Group plan. Phone Scrubbies. (250)260-1730 Vernon Service Company requires Journeyman Service Plumbers/Gasfitters, $36.00/hr Call (250)549-4444 or fax 250-549-4416 Warehouse Manufacturing and Packaging for Cedar Sheds and Gazebos Personnel required immediately. On the job training. Email resume: cohl@cedarshed.com Welders with experience ticket not required. Email resume to daniela.ramtech@shaw.ca

Medical/Dental MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION is an in-demand career in Canada! Employers have work-at-home positions available. Get the online training you need from an employer-trusted program. Visit: CareerStep.ca/MT to start training for your work-at-home career today!

Ofce Support LEGAL assistant required. Conveyance and/or property development experience preferred but will consider all applicants. Email resume to Jodie@pearcetaylor.com

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We require long and short haul US capable drivers. We are an Okanagan based company with dedicated suppliers and customers and require drivers to fill their orders. Our short haul drivers primarily service the US northwestern with dedicated runs available and are home regularly, our long hauls drivers service the southwestern US and are home on a weekly basis for resets. We offer: Dedicated Tractors, US Medical Coverage, Company Cell phones, Direct deposit pay with no holdbacks. Dedicated lanes. Rider Policy. All we need from you is US capabilities, border crossing experience and a professional attitude, Class 1 driver’s license and a clean abstract and are physically fit. Please fax or email your resume and abstract with US drivers in subject line to 250-546-0600 or email to parris@ricknickelltrucking.com No phones calls or walk in’s please.

HIGHWAY OWNER OPERATORS $3500 SIGNING BONUS Van Kam’s Group of Companies requires Highway linehaul Owner Operators based in our Kelowna terminal for runs throughout BC and Alberta. Applicants must have winter and mountain, driving experience/ training. We offer above average rates and an excellent employee benefits package.

To join our team of professional drivers, email a detailed resume, current driver’s abstract & details of your truck to: careers@vankam.com Call 604-968-5488 Fax: 604-587-9889 Only those of interest will be contacted. Van-Kam is committed to Employment Equity and Environmental Responsibility.

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Van Kam’s Group of Companies requires Class 1 Drivers for the Kelowna area. Applicants must have LTL & P&D driving experience and must be familiar w/the Kelowna region.

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Permanent Full-time & Temporary Summer Help These are union positions with starting rates of $15.88 to $17.46 plus shift premium. We offer one of the most competitive benefits packages available in the Okanagan Valley, including an RRSP matching program starting at 3%. As part of our fiberglass manufacturing team, you will support Hytec by meeting daily production targets. You must be willing and able to perform physically demanding work and be available for rotating shifts.

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LEGAL ASSISTANTS Consider becoming a part of our team at Nixon Wenger Lawyers. We are looking for highly motivated individuals with strong administrative skills interested in joining our stable and growing firm. We have legal assistant career opportunities in each of the following areas: • Family Law • Litigation Successful candidates will be responsible for: • Organizing and preparing documents and pleadings • Recording time • Managing files • Communicating with clients and opposing counsel • Other duties as assigned The candidate requires a strong client service focus and must have the ability to work both independently and as part of a team. Proven organizational and time management skills are essential while maintaining a high level of confidentiality. Completion of recognized Legal Assistant program will be an asset to the successful candidate, but is not mandatory for these positions. We offer competitive salaries, benefits package and an RRSP group plan benefits program. Please submit your resumes to humanresources@nixonwenger.com by 4:00 pm, Thursday June 4, 2014. We thank all applicants for their interest and advise that only those under consideration will be contacted. No phone calls please.

To join our team of professional drivers please drop off a resume and current drivers abstract to Brandy at our Kelowna terminal: 2610 Enterprise Way Kelowna, BC V1X 7Y5 For more info, please call, 250-860-6208 We thank all applicants for your interest, previous applicants need not to apply. Van-Kam is committed to employment equity and environmental responsibility. KOOTENAY based Transportation Company seeks experienced Driver Trainers. This is a position for individuals who have an interest in playing an active role in the development of new drivers to the industry. Selected candidates will play a supportive role throughout an extensive on the job training program. This position requires a minimum of 5 years experience as a commercial driver, effective communication skills written and verbal, and a strong desire to teach and share industry knowledge with new comers to the Trucking industry. For more information visit us on line at Sutco.ca or call 1-888-357-2612 ext 230

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VERNON PAVING is a division of Lafarge Canada Inc., operating in the Okanagan Valley. We currently employ approximately 25 staff servicing Muncicipal, commercial, residential and Provincial paving markets. Vernon Paving is a Union company with employee benefits and competitive wages ranging from $19 $28/hr depending on experience. We offer a safe work environment, on the job training, up to date well kept equipment and room for advancement. We are currently looking for a ROLLER OPERATOR, SKIDSTEER OPERATOR, RAKERMAN & LABOURERS. These positions are based out of our Armstrong location and work sites are throughout the North Okanagan. Please submit resumes to: alex.heglund@lafarge.com or fax to 250-546-6565 by June 15th, 2014.

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8X8X20 New Containers Household/ Commercial rentals. $110/mo. Your place or mine. Warren 250-545-8118 Vernon. Rent, Sale or Lease. At U1ST - MOVING 2 men on a two ton truck. $80/hr. Call 250-859-8362.

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Pets 6-8wk old kitties. Attractive markings & litter trained. $35ea 250-545-6871

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Farm Equipment 411 Discbine $3300.; Stacker 1030 $2000.; Swath Turner $600.; Silage Chopper with corn cutter & swath pickup $700.; 782 for parts - good tires $400.; All New Holland. GT Highdump wagon $700.; New 10â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Chisel nose cultivator 3pt hitch $1100.; Versatile 160 4WD Bidrive Tractor Loader $13,000.; Rubber tire Hydraulic lift 4 bottom plow $800. 1-(250)546-2010

Food Products Natural fed free range chicken, $4lb, delivery available. Crossroad Farm 250-5469048 or 250-308-7972

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Furniture Like new Ashley Espresso bunk bed, top single, bottom full, Paid $2600. Asking $750.(250)306-8165

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BUSINESSES & SERVICES LANDSCAPING FOR SALE - EMERALD & PYRAMID CEDARS.

6â&#x20AC;&#x2122; to 7â&#x20AC;&#x2122; - $20.00

Also Golden Globes & Skyrockets.

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Auctions

FARM AND LAND

Auctions

AUCTION

Saturday, June 7th for Elaine Sharp and Edith Murray

NEXT REGULAR AUCTION SALE THURS., JUNE 5 STARTING AT 9:00 AM

903 Raffan Rd. Armstrong, BC 250.546.9420 www.valleyauction.ca

Land Parcel approx 21.12 Acres REAL ESTATE REP: Dennis Wrangler Downtown Realty - Armstrong, BC 250-549-0996

250.546.9420 â&#x20AC;˘ Armstrong, BC â&#x20AC;˘ www.valleyauction.ca Owners & Auctioneers: Don & Peter Raffan

AUCTION

AND COLLECTIBLE

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View and browse the catalogue on-line

ESTATE, ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES SUNDAY, JUNE 8 â&#x20AC;˘ 1:00 P.M. Acting on the Instructions of the Executors, Dodds Will Auction Several Estates Plus Other Consigned Items. PARTIAL LIST INCLUDES: 11pc Dining Room Suite, 3 Wardrobeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, 2 Roll Top Desks, 3 Corner Cabinets, 2 Drop Front Secretariats with Glass Bookcase Hutches, Stacking Layer Bookcase, Ornate Shelf Units, Mirrored Sideboards Tall & Short, Drop Leaf Tables, Mirrored Dressers, Chest of Drawers, Sets of Chairs, Upholstered Chaise Lounge, Settees, Games Table, Upholstered Chairs, Marble Top Washstand, Grandfather Clock, Mantle & Hanging Clocks, Gramophone, Wurlitzer Juke Box, Wood Cased Radios, Violins, Accordions, Telephones, Chain, Crystal, Dolls, Framed Paintings & Prints, Lamps, Trunks, Toys, Tools, Signage, Books, Small Occ Tables, Mirrors, Desks, Rocking Chairs, Cedar Chests, Foot Stools, Hall Stand, Crockery, Pump Organ, Beatty Copper Tub Washer, Bottles, Sewing Machines, Sterling Silver, Fire Chief Peddle Car, Area Carpets, Plus Much More.

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Gold & Diamond Rings with Local Appraisals as High as $4,460, Pocket Watches, Pendants, Coins & Bills, Silver & Estate Costume Jewellery.

VIEWING: SAT., JUNE 7, 9:00 AM TO 5:00 PM SUN., JUNE 8, 9:00 AM TO SALE TIME

www.doddsauction.com Open for consignments: Mon - Fri 8:30 to 5:00 â&#x20AC;˘ Sat â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;til noon

DODDS AUCTION

AUCTION

SATURDAY, JUNE 7

HUGE

1948 Harley Davidson EL Motorcycle, 1950â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Massey Harris 30 Tractor with Front End Loader

Misc. Wanted

Oak Corner Entertainment Centre

Wanted boy or girl singer 5-10 years. New Xmas Songs 250832-3338

Holds everything incl. up to 47â&#x20AC;? TV & Stereo Sys.

Independently owned and operated by the Raffan Family since 1963.

64 Springbend Road, Enderby

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Misc. for Sale Eagle Golf Pride ladies golf clubs & baby blue Spalding bag,4 irons, 2 woods, 1 putter. Pic on Kijji.U-Comfy leg and foot massager. $250. As seen on TV. Treadmill-Freespirit, Sears, ex cond, wide tread. $500. Mini trampoline. $20. Stair stepper. $20. Tires-All Season 17â&#x20AC;?. Offers. 250-5037685. Gas or propane Carrier Furnace, Model 58MCB, 95% eff, $1200.obo (250)542-4986 Hardy Water Lilies. Various colours. Fertilized in 1 gallon pots, ready for your pond. $10 each or 3 for $25. Call 250-545-9642. KILL ROACHES! Buy Harris Roach Tablets. Eliminate bugs- guaranteed. No mess, odorless, long lasting. Available at Ace Hardware & The Home Depot. SAWMILLS FROM only $4,397 - Make money & save money with your own bandmill - Cut lumber any dimension. In stock ready to ship. Free info & DVD: www.NorwoodSaw mills.com/400OT 1-800-5666899 Ext:400OT STEEL BUILDINGS. Hot savings - Spring sale! 20x24 $4,348. 25x24 $4,539. 30x30 $6,197. 32x36 $7,746. 40x46 $12,116. 47x72 $17,779. One End wall included. Pioneer Steel 1-800-668-5422 or online at: www.pioneersteel.ca Top Dollar Paid $155./complete scrap vehicle. Delivered to our yard (cash). Pick up available. Commercial & Farm equipment. Top price paid for scrap. (250)503-7003 WANTED: Good used furniture, beds & appliances. Phone Furniture Emporium, 250-545-0240 We buy & sell it all: windows, doors, kit. cab.,paint etc.Happy Harryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Liquidations, 5201 27th St.,Vernon, 250-549-7099 Order your Happy Shacks Now! Limited Supply.

Household, Estate, Warehouse Dispersals and Miscellaneous consignments.

Farm items start @ 10 am â&#x20AC;˘ Land Auction @ 1 pm

Dodd

Misc. for Sale

250-545-3259

Partial List Includes: Victorian hand painted South African â&#x20AC;&#x153;Bird Cageâ&#x20AC;? cupboard, stylish mahogany dining room table with six detailed carved back chairs, 14KT White Gold Diamond and Pink Sapphire Ladyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ring (Appraised at $4,027.00), signed bronze figurines, advertising, Native collectibles, Rare 1868 Ballard patâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d Merrick Arms Co. 38 calibre rim fire with ammo, Belgian two barrel Rooke rifle 22 & 32 calibre rim fire, large assortment of high-end jewellery and sterling silver, Andy Warhol signed â&#x20AC;&#x153;Samâ&#x20AC;? the cat work on paper, boxed lots and so much moreâ&#x20AC;Ś. Viewings to be held in our Vernon Showrooms.

VIEWINGS: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Wednesday thru Friday 9:00 AM â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;til sale time Saturday SALE TIME: 1:00 PM Saturday, June 7th Check out our website www.antiqueimports.ca

ANTIQUE IMPORTS CHARTERED MEMBERS: B.C. AUCTIONEERS ASSOCIATION MEMBERS: CERTIFIED PERSONAL PROPERTY APPRAISERS GUILD OF CANADA

3021 - 29TH AVE., VERNON 250-542-9119

300 OBO 250-260-1161 $

BUY-SELL-CONSIGN Quality furniture, household appliances, antiques, collectables and vehicles for CONSIGNMENT. www.doddsauction.com.

CALL DODDS AUCTION 250-545-3259 12ft aluminum boat. Seats need a little TLC. $400 obo Call 250-545-4019 12â&#x20AC;&#x2122;Trampoline with safety closure; Free standing hammock; BBQ. Call 250-545-0944 30 gallon plastic barrels $10 each 250-558-0176 45 piece dinnerware, $75; reclining couch/chair, beige, $100; china cabinet, $50; exercise bike, $80; brown leather recliner, $75; glass coffee/end table, $35. 250-838-0424 A- STEEL SHIPPING DRY STORAGE CONTAINERS Used 20â&#x20AC;&#x2122;40â&#x20AC;&#x2122;45â&#x20AC;&#x2122; 53â&#x20AC;&#x2122; and insulated containers all sizes in stock. SPECIAL Trades are welcome. 40â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Containers under $2500! Also JD 544 &644 wheel Loaders JD 892D LC excavator Ph Toll free 1-866-528-7108 Delivery BC and AB www.rtccontainer.com Corner cabinet upper half in glass. $60.00.(250)542-7693. Craftsman gas generator 3500wt, 6.5hp, 120/240 volts $325obo; STC pressure washer, 3600r/min, 2.65kw, 5hp, $350obo. Call 250-546-8906

Garage Sale booking deadline is 4 pm Wednesday. Call 250-550-7900

Misc. Wanted BUYING Coin Collections, Estates, Antiques, Native Art, Silver, Jewelry 250-863-3082 PURCHASING old Canadian & American coin collections & accumulations. 250-548-3670

Wanted: Kash for copper/ brass- radiators, wire, plumbing. Also clean up yards/metal haul away. 250-546-3556

WANTED

LED LIGHTS ONLY Old - New - Broken for Charity Display Drop off @ Lottery Kiosk Polson Mall, Vernon or call for Pick up. 250-545-2742

Musical Instruments 1Silent electric violin full size, 1Zachary full size, excellent cond. Pictures on kijji (250)503-7685

Sporting Goods GOLF balls your favorite name brand, rescued, like new $3.00 dozen. 250-542-2847. RIFLES, shotguns, pistols, revolvers, muzzleloaders sold, bought & serviced at Weber & Markin Gunsmiths. The Okanaganâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s friendly Gunshop. 4-1691 Powick Rd Kelowna 250-762-7575 Tues-Sat. 10-6 facebook.com/ WeberMarkin

Real Estate Acreage for Sale 6.27 Ac. near Edgewood, full RV hookup, $89,900, cash offers, e mail for pics: selkirk8@telus.net 250-269-7328

For Sale By Owner PRIME LAKEVIEW LOTS from $140,000. www.orlandoprojects.com Also: Spectacular 3 acre parcel owner financing. 250-558-7888

Houses For Sale 1.7 acres, on Cherry Creek, 900 sq.ft.,house, outbuildings, 185-NorthFork Rd, Cherryville. $220,000. (250)547-9821 or Cel 250-540-8667.


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Homes Wanted QualiďŹ ed Buyer interested in dealing. Are you facing foreclosure? Call 778-212-5159 or 778-212-1879.

Lots BY OWNER - In Grindrod. c/w 1900â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s log cabin. Asking $83,100. 250-253-0062

Mobile Homes & Parks Best pad in park with 3 bdrm double wide, custom cabinets. Interior drywalled. $85,000. 250-542-8406. RETIRE IN Beautiful Southern BC, Brand New Park. Affordable Housing. COPPER RIDGE. Manufactured Home Park, New Home Sales. Keremeos, BC. Spec home on site to view. Please call 250-4627055. www.copperridge.ca

Recreational From custom building to major repairs, insurance claims, renovations & parts. Free estimates, reasonable rates and seniorsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; discounts available. For all your RV Needs, call 250-493-7445 Penticton

Rentals Apt/Condo for Rent BRENTWOOD APARTMENTS

1 Bedroom

â&#x20AC;Ś available in quiet Senior-oriented building. Large deck, air conditioning, laundry facilities on each floor. Heat included. Close to bus stop, Schubert Centre and downtown. N/P, N/S. To view, call

250-545-0962 or 250-503-7977

Thor Chinchilla REALTORÂŽ PROPERTY MANAGER

250-309-1742 Bachelor suite, shared washrooms, some furnished with TV. $500 including utilities & cable TV. vernonhomes.ca/forrent

Apt/Condo for Rent Discover the Secret!

Hawthorn Lane

Renovated condos with private courtyard â&#x20AC;&#x201D; enjoy air conditioning and large deck, located in a convenient location right in the heart of Vernon. Affordable family living. In-house manager. Ask about rental incentives. 2 bdrm â&#x20AC;Ś $825 per month 3 bdrm â&#x20AC;Ś $925 per month To view, please call:

250-503-1257

A New Tradition of Quality Living

GREEN VALLEY ESTATES Armstrong

Seniors 55+ 1 & 2 bedroom Apartments Walk to downtown Covered parking From $765 per month Call Troy at 250.546-3933 or cell 250.833-9158 1bedroom 1person $599.00 available soon. Hydro and cable not included. Laundry Rm. QUIET ADULT person only need apply. NO PETS, PARTIES, DRUGS, PREFER NON SMOKER! Call for Interview 250 558 5020.

Thor Chinchilla REALTORÂŽ PROPERTY MANAGER

250-309-1742 Bachelor suite, shared washrooms, some furnished with TV. $500 including utilities & cable TV. vernonhomes.ca/forrent

1&2 bdrm, down town, f/s, avail now, no pets, $600$750. 250-260-8454 1bdrm apt. Clean & bright, in quiet well managed adult building, bus route, heat, h/w, cable, locker/prkg. n/s n/p Starting $650. 250-550-4069 1bdrm Armstrong condo, clean, $625/mo. New flooring & paint. 250-548-3378 250870-3378 1bdrm close to rec centre. N/P, N/S. $600-$650 + utils. (250)307-4948

Townhouses

Brookside Garden Rentals Family Oriented Complex Units have been freshly painted, new flooring and carpets. Three bedroom, 1.5 baths, full basement, near hospital and downtown area. Very close to bus routes and short walk to â&#x20AC;&#x153;Wholesale Clubâ&#x20AC;?. Serious inquires call â&#x20AC;Ś

250-549-4467 Commercial/ Industrial

Commercial/ Industrial

OFFICE SPACE FOR LEASE 1000 sq. ft. to 4200 sq. ft. of premium office space in a modern building. Excellent quality leaseholds including: Boardroom, finished perimeter offices with ample natural lighting, open layout for cubicles (which can be finished into interior offices). Wide hallways, tile floors, glass doors, large common area washrooms. Centrally located in business / shopping district, public transportation nearby. Parking: Onsite stalls plus 150 stalls on adjacent lot.

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Apt/Condo for Rent

Homes for Rent

1bdrm, level entry, quiet convenient location near Schubert Center & bus rte. incl. h/w, cable, parking F/S. NS, 50+, $640 Call 250-309-3763 1bdrm suite in quiet D/T location, 40+ H/W cable incl. a/c, coin laundry, elevator, no/pets, $675+DD. 250-549-4220 1LARGE 2bdrm apt. $750 /mo.+hydro, prefer NO PETS (will consider small pet) Avail Now. 250-869-9788. 2BDRM, 1bath, condo, Middleton, $800/mo. Avail Immed. 250-275-3223. 2bdrm apartment in six plex near hospital. f/s incld, n/p, util extra $600/mo 250-308-8500 2 bdrm in newer complex. Heat, a/c, w/d incl. $925.00. Available immediately. 250542-2834. Bach. suite in quiet D/T location, 35+ H/W cable incl. a/c, coin laundry, elevator, no/pets, $590 +DD. 250-549-4220 Embers Apartments 2 bedroom - NS - NP SENIOR building; Downtown location 250-275-8066 Arlington Apartments 1 bedroom - NS - NP SENIOR building Next to Schubert Centre 250-275-8066 HILLSIDE TERRACE 39th Ave, ADULT, clean & well maintained; 1 bedroom N/S, N/P 250-545-5773

Salmon Arm/Silver Creek 3bdrm, 2 bath farm home Pets & kids ok, fenced yard. Available now $1000 mo 2500 sqft shop & barns also available for $500 250-309-4703 â&#x20AC;˘

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Suites, Upper SUN VALLEY MALL Available Immediately

Bachelor Suite $500/mo.

No smoking, no pets, adult living. Please call for an appointment to view

250-275-6224 References required.

1-800-680-4264

Transportation

Stand up. Be heard. Get help.

Auto Accessories/Parts

info@youthagainstviolence.com

Motels,Hotels 1BDRM, quiet, N/S, kitchenette, walk-out. Weekly/monthly $600-$630. Call 250-558-6837

Seasonal Acommodation Silver Star house - suite, sleeps 6; No smoking/pets. www.silverstarskichalet.com 250-718-1240

RE-MANUFACTURED ENGINES 2 Year, 60,000 km, Warranty. 250-542-2685. WRECKING GM FWD CARS, motors from $250; trannies from $200; doors from $50. All parts on shelf. Since 1994. Armstrong. 250-546-9055.

Auto Financing

#11AAA Automotive recycling will meet or beat all competitors cash offers for your scrap vehicles. (250)808-1894 #1AA Auto Recyclerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. Scrap Cars/Metal. Will pay for some cars. Scott 250-558-8855 *1AA SCRAP REMOVAL. WE WILL BEAT ALL COMPETITORS PRICING, 250-801-4199 Back 40 Scrap & Salvage. Free metal pickup & drop off site. Up to $100 for complete vehicles. Call 250-309-6107

Sport Utility Vehicle 2001 Chevy Blazer, 4x4, auto 4.3L, fully loaded, runs great, 240K $3200.obo250-351-9787 2005 BMW X5, 185K, AWD, Black, fully loaded, good cond. $9000.obo (250)309-0483

Trucks & Vans 1985 Dodge Ram Camper Van

1bdrm, D.T. $475 incl.util. furniture, cable. N/P, N/S. 250-549-0644

New Tires!

Quiet, central, near bus, incl/int/cable, pets, $390+util, DD required. 250-549-7418

For lease 960 sq.ft., shop space for rent/lease, 14â&#x20AC;&#x2122; high overhead door, 3 phase power, gas, seperate meters, Spall Industrial Park. Call Jack 250549-0141 for info.

Storage DOWNTOWN STORAGE WANTED

A1 Avail immed., 2-3bdrm mobile, just off lake, private beach area, w/apps. West side rd, Louie Ln. 250-542-0060 Small trailer in Falkland, 2bdrm, incl.f/s, w/d, cable, util, $550 avail now 250-379-2361

Call 250-547-9504 or 250-308-6064

Cars - Domestic

Rent garage or shed for tools & household. Prefer 32 Ave. to North End. Neat, orderly, reliable tenant would share space with owner. Trim shrubs, lawn cutting, snow removal plus rent an option for owners.

02 Dodge Neon, $3,500 obo, mint cond.; Set of Shaped downhill skis/boots. Call 250260-0588 2005 Malibu, v6, 4-dr, looks and drives like new. Loaded w/options. $3,995. 250-5583820

Suites, Lower

Cars - Sports & Imports

Call 250-308-6025

2 bdrm/1 bathroom basement suite, newly renoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d 1200 sq.ft., w/washer & dryer, N/P, N/S. East Hill, 2 blocks from Silver Star Elementary. $1,000. Avail July 1st. 250-550-5413.

Homes for Rent

5000 or OBO

$

ROOM $425 + cable - Fridge, utils incl, shared kitchen, bath, laundry, bus rte, lower East Hill. Aval immed 250-558-3579

Mobile Homes & Pads

2bdrm, main flr, 5appl, $1,100 month, incl util, n/s, n/p, close to town centre. 250-558-3664 3 bdrm, Armstrong, n/s preferred, small pet ok, older character home close to all amenities, appl incl., $1450. Avail immed. (778)212-1737 3BDRM, full house, n/s, spacious, bright, large yard, $1000./mo 250-558-6837. Cozy 2bdrm Pan-Abode Log home in Lavington, Suitable for single or couple only., n/s, small per on approval $1150 + util, July 1, 250-545-4191 Lumby: 2 bdrm, 2 bath Main floor suite, $1200 incl.util, n/s, view, July 1st or September. Darren 250-550-5399. The Rock on Heritage Drive www.VernonRentToOwn.ca

2bdrm walk-out, Middleton Mtn $1200 util incl., n/s, no parties, n/p. Avail now 250-275-3188.

Recreational/Sale

Recreational/Sale

ARMSTRONG 1 bedroom walkout. In suite laundry. Excellent location. NS/NP $750 inclusive. 250-549-0644

1975 Triumph TR6, excellent condition. 250-542-9780. 2003 Kia Rio, 5-spd, winters & summers, 96,372km, $4000. obo (250)307-0435 Convertible 2000 Mazda Miata MX5, British racing car green w/tan leather interior & top. Well cared for, 133k, $7,500.Call 778-475-2719

Off Road Vehicles

BX beautiful, bright, 2-bdrm, 1.5-bath, walk-out, 10â&#x20AC;&#x2122; ceilings, very large bsmt suite, high-end finishes throughout $1,100mo incl all util. (N/S, N/D, N/P) By application.(250)260-8425

2012 Polaris 550 Sportman EPS, 1395kms, $6,900. 250558-0750

EastHill rare vac., adult oriented, large bright 1bdrm, lvl entry, pvt entr., prkg, $700 incl util, n/s, n/p, RR 250-938-1101

2000 27.5â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Custom Coach 5th wheel, 1 owner, $5,000 obo clean, call 250-558-0618 2005 Cougar fifth wheel 26â&#x20AC;&#x2122;. Light weight, Winter polar pkg, slide out, bike rack, solar panel, pwr front jacks, tv/stereo & lots more! $16,500. Call 250308-6499 21â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Bigfoot Travel trailer, clean hardly used, ac, heater, etc. $20,500. obo (250)548-0088

Exec 1bdrm furnished legal suite suits 1 person. City view, patio & yard. Everything incl, w/d ns/np, htub usage, DD RR $850. June 1. 250-306-0137

Recreational/Sale

RV SERVICE. RV ADVICE. RV TRUST. WE SERVICE ALL RV CLASSES, MAKES & MODELS

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Legal Notices NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS RE: THE ESTATE OF HORST RICHARD MANN, DECEASED, FORMERLY OF 175 DEWNEY ROAD, VERNON, BC. Creditors and others having claims against the estate of Horst Richard Mann are hereby notified under section 38 of the Trustee Act that the particulars of their claims should be sent to the Executrix at 434 Glenwood Avenue, Kelowna, BC., V1Y 5M1 on or before July 4, 2014 after which date the Executrix will distribute the estate among the parties entitled to it, having regard to the claims of which the Executrix then has notice. Bonnie Dee Mann, Executrix c/o Geoffrey W. White, Solicitor GEOFFREY W WHITE LAW CORPORATION. 434 Glenwood Avenue Kelowna, BC V1Y 5M1

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The Baron Insurance Ladies Open returns Saturday at the Vernon Golf and Country Club. Bannister Honda is sponsoring the third hole and will give away a car with a hole in one. From left: Pat Loehndorf, Bannister Honda GM; Ashlea Mackintosh, Baron Insurance accounting administrator; Denise Mckay, a VGCC executive committee member; Nicole Amies, manager of the Baron Insurance Anderson branch; and VGCC executive committee member Rae Jensen.

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EXPERTS

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We suggest using “SIERRA STONE”. It is a decorative natural stone and epoxy overlay. Used for indoor and outdoor applications, it renews concrete, tile, wood, even fiberglass. A large variety of colours will complement any décor. Sierra Stone is 100% porous making it puddle free, resists most salt, oil and gasoline contamination. It’s not affected by freeze and thaw cycles or ultraviolet rays. There’s a 1 year manufacturer’s warranty, and our own 2 year limited warranty with optional extended warranty. It’s simple, easy and inexpensive. Visit our showroom or call us for all the details.

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The snow has melted and I know allergy season is coming. Every year I get congested, my nose is running and I have runny and itchy eyes. Is there anything that I can do to treat my seasonal allergies naturally? Yes, there are many natural health products that can help to decrease your allergic and inflammatory response to the pollen, mold and pets. Vitamin C and citrus bioflavonoids can stabilize the capillaries and help to minimize the swelling and inflammation in the mucous membranes of the nose. Quercetin is an example of a particularly potent bioflavonoid that helps to prevent the release of histamine. This can reduce the allergic symptoms and the amount of anti-histamines you need to take. There are homeopathic medicines available from Naturopathic Physicians and homeopaths that can help with symptom relief and can be taken orally or in the form of nasal sprays. You can be desensitized with drops under the tongue called sublingual immunotherapy (SLIT) which can be taken daily throughout the year or used before allergy season to reduce symptoms. This type of therapy does require a skin test to determine which pollen type(s) you are reacting to.

A:

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*The above information is for information purposes and is not meant to replace the advice of your physician. Please seek medical care as appropriate.

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Why Health Care Directives?

You should have a Health Care Directive to alert your physician and family to the kind of health care you desire when you are nearing the end of your life or are otherwise ill and are unable to speak for yourself. Imagine having your kids squabble about which medical treatment a parent should receive at the end of their life. If you leave clear instructions, everyone will know what to do when that time comes. There are essentially three kinds of Health Care Directives. A Living Will, an Advanced Health Care Directive and a Representation Agreement. The one you require can be custom tailored to fit your particular circumstances. There is a lot of confusion about these Directives. Some groups in town have had speakers who have made significant errors in their speeches about these documents. Speak to someone who knows. At Laarakker Law, Wills and Estate Planning is not just something we do; it is something we specialize in. After all, the legacy you leave behind is more important than what you leave behind.

Call us for a free, no-obligation appointment! 250-260-4273 Unit #1 4205 27th Street, Vernon

Q: A:

What is radon and how do I test for it?

Radon is an invisible, odorless, tasteless gas that occurs naturally in the earth’s crust. It is a product of the decay of uranium. The radon gas itself is not a problem but its decay products are. These radioactive products can attach themselves to the lung tissue when radon gas is inhaled - this can cause lung cancer. The risk is higher with greater exposure, & the effects are long term rather than immediate. Radon which escapes into the air is not a problem as it is quickly diluted. However, when radon becomes trapped in a home it can rise to levels of concern, especially during the winter months when ventilation is at a minimum. Radon can enter a home through cracks in basement floors and walls, openings around pipes or other penetrations in the basement walls and floors. It can also enter through exposed earth in crawlspaces and basements. There are several ways to test for radon gas. A charcoal canister can be used to absorb radon from the air; there are filtering systems where air is pumped through a filter, trapping radon particles. There are grab-sample testers which allow for a quick air sample. These all require the use of a lab to analyze the samples. There is also a radon detector that is similar to a smoke or CO detector that can measure radon levels in the home. Since radon levels can vary at different times of the day & seasons of the year, longer testing times are better. Winter testing is more reliable than summer testing. If you find that there are high levels of radon in your home there a number of different ways to deal with it. For more information contact me or look for it on the Health Canada website or the CMHC website.

Noise levels above 85 decibels can cause hearing loss over time. Everyday noises like fire sirens, road construction and even movie theatres can lead to permanent hearing loss in less than ten minutes. To give you some guidelines: A whisper is general 20 to 30 decibels, a lawn mower or truck noise registers at 90 decibels, a rock concert or baby crying can register at 100 to 130 decibels continuously. Gunshots are usually about 120 to 150 decibels.

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