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Scott Panattoni and friends hit the waters of Hahas Lake for a little Sunday driving.
The way of the future (circa 1964) ARNE PETRYSHEN
It’s the fastest car on the water and the fastest boat on the road. Scott Panattoni’s amphicar could be seen last week floating on Hahas Lakes, near Kimberley. Panottoni’s grandfather bought one of the German produced amphicars new in 1964. The amphicars were in production from 1961 to 1967. U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson was said to enjoy surprising unsuspecting passengers by driving into the lake at his ranch shout-
ing about a brake malfunction. His grandfather had lived in Invermere and a year after buying the amphicar, he and Panottoni’s father were out on the lake and the wheel bearing failed. “You couldn’t get parts for them,” Panottoni said. “So he parked his for 15 years.” Panottoni’s grandfather bought the one he has now for parts around 1980, when Panottoni was 15. “The guy that owned the one that I have was an amphicar dealer and it came with a bunch of
FuN for the whole family!
spare parts, including the wheel bearing for my grandfather’s,” he said. “So he put the used wheel bearing in his and then he had this used amphicar sitting there, so I bought it when I was 16 and gave it to my dad as a birthday present.” His father left him the amphicar in his will. The amphicar model was known as the 770, which stood for the seven knots it could do in the water and the 70 mph it could achieve on the road. See page 3
The All Candidates Forum in Kimberley on Wednesday, September 30 is still on, but a venue change has been announced. The Forum will take place in the theatre at Centre 64 rather than McKim, says Chamber Manager Mike Guarnery. The Chamber is hosting the evening. “We are still taking questions until September 24 and we’d like to hear more from the public,” Guarnery said.
Tackling a long-brewing land C AROLYN GR ANT Bulletin Editor
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If you have a question you would like to ask any or all of the candidates, please send it to forum@ kimberleychamber.com The subject of questions will not be limited, but all will be pre-approved. Voters will also have an opportunity to meet the candidates before the forum begins. Doors at Centre 64 will open at 6 and candidates will be available for about 45 minutes. The forum itself begins at 7 p.m. and will run until 8:30 p.m. The forum will be moderated by Tom Ross.
Mayor Don McCormick is going to take a crack at a long-brewing issue at the Union of British Columbia Municipalities (UBCM) meeting in Vancouver next week. The issue is the ability to get clearance from the Ministry of Environment for use of former industrial lands. McCormick says there are several examples of this type of land in Kimberley; land that
could be used if it could clear the environment ministry. “We have the bench lands near the transfer station site,” McCormick said. “It’s a beautiful piece of property zoned commercial/residential/industrial. We can’t develop it because there is an underground stream that’s deemed contaminated. But whatever goes in there wouldn’t use the water. It would be all city services. See LAND, page 5
Just a few BOOTHS LEFT- $150.00 same price for 5 years. We still have some booths left inside and outside – will sell right till the end!! High attendance numbers, fun for the whole family!
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KIMBERLEY AND CRANBROOK COMMUNITY CALENDAR
Fall Conference:“FIRE from the RIVER”A weekend of Refreshment and Hope. House of Hope 629-6th St. N. W., Cranbrook. Speakers: Chuck and Anna Maher from Texas and with Bethel Activation Ministries. Sept. 18-19, 2015, Friday night at 7pm, Saturday 10 am, 2pm 7pm and Sunday morning 10 am. Registration: www. ihopecranbrook.ca or call 250-421-3784. No charge Free will Oﬀering received. The Royal Cdn Legion Branch 24 Cranbrook would like to Thank our First Responders for all they do by hosting an Appreciation BBQ, Friday Sept 18 from 4:00-7:00 pm, lower level of the Heritage Inn. Please contact the Legion 250-426-8531 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with approximate numbers by Wed Sept 16. Saturday, September 19, 2015, Negro Creek Circuit Hike Further info: Phone: Lorne 250-426-8864 Kimberley Grannie Gogos CAR BOOT (Trunk) SALE-Saturday Sept. 19. Vendors can sell their items by purchasing a ticket ($20) from Gail 427-5222 or Donna 427-5052. Vendors receive free advertising & free refreshments. Buy a ticket to reserve your personal space & sell your items flea market style in the Centre 64 parking lot. Sunday, September 20, 2015, Hike to FISHER PEAK. Further information: Phone: Michel 250-581-0660 “Myrtle the Magnificent” Sunday, Sept 20, 10:00 am. Leader - Suzanne McAllister (250-427-7043). Meet at the Kimberley Nordic Centre parking lot for a hike up Myrtle Mountain. Bring snacks/lunch and water. 35th Annual Terry Fox Run; September 20, 2015, 10 am to 4 pm College of the Rockies and the adjoining Community College. This is a charitable fundraising event for all ages, kids, teens, 19+ and seniors. Lots of prizes. Pick up your pledge forms from Baker Street Café, Save-on-Foods, Northwest Grill, Home Hardware and Elizabeth Lake Lodge. Info: Lynda at 250-417-6800. Sept 22, 552 Air Cadet Squadron Meeting & Parent Information Night, 6:00-9:00pm, #308-10th Ave. S. (New Life Foursquare Church) “LOVING OUR KIDS ON PURPOSE” by DANNY SILK. A six week DVD Teaching starting at 7:00 PM Wednesday Sept 23rd. House of Hope 629 6th St. N.W. Cranbrook. To Register: Call 250-4213784 or Email email@example.com. Saturday, September 26, 2015, Hike to Kindersley Pass. Further information: Phone: Darlene 250-489-5851 Kimberley Rotary’s ShelterBox Tent Display Community Fall Fair, Marysville Arena Sat Sept 26 10 am - 6 pm ; Sun Sept 27 11 am to 4 pm. Support Greece Refugees. Jubilee Chapter #64, Order of the Eastern Star will start the season with their first meeting on September 28, at 7:30 pm sharp, at the Masonic Hall, 401-3rd Avenue South, Cranbrook. YOU better book the date!! Sept 26 & 27 cause it is “Fun for the whole Family” A great venue for shopping! Marysville Arena Saturday 10:00 - 5:30, Sunday 11:00 - 4:00. $5.00 Entry Fee/8 and under get in free Sunday, September 27, 2015, Hike to Mother’s Day Hill. Further information: Email: Felicia at: sail81 firstname.lastname@example.org
ONGOING Masonic Lodges of B.C. and Yukon will supply transportation to cancer patients who have arrived at Kelowna or Vancouver. This free service will be at the destination point. Example: from airport to clinic and clinic to airport on return, also around the destination city. Info may be received from your doctor, Canadian Cancer Society, or by phoning Ron at 250-426-8159. “The Way” Introductory Orthodox Christianitym at Kimberley Public Library (Upstairs room) Thursday evenings until October 22nd: 7 -9 pm. Drop in to any or all sessions. Contact: Fr. Andrew: 250-4201582 or email@example.com for info. MILITARY AMES is a social/camaraderie/support group that meets the first and third Tuesdays of the month in the Kimberley Public Library reading room. All veterans are welcome. For more information call Cindy @ 250 919 3137. Hey Kimberley! We need you as Big Brothers and Big Sisters. One hour a week. YOU can make a diﬀerence in a Child’s life that will last a life time. Info: 250-499-3111. Canadian Cancer Society- if you have spare time and would like to volunteer, interested applicants can call 250-426-8916, drop by our oﬃce at #19-9th Avenue S, Cranbrook or go to www. cancervolunteer.ca and register as a volunteer. Aged10-14? Got the writing bug? CBAL hosts the Youth Writing Group at the Cranbrook Public Library. The 2nd & 4th Wed of each month, 4-5:30pm Free! Call Lori 250-464-1864 or firstname.lastname@example.org Learn the game of shuﬄeboard! Every Monday, 10:00 a.m. at Cranbrook Curling Rink. Info call: John 426-3959, Dennis 421-9176. Mark Creek Lions meet 1st and 3rd Wednesdays at the Kimbrook. Meet & Greet from 6:00-6:30pm, supper 6:30-7:00, meeting 7:008:00pm. Contact 250-427-5612 or 250-427-7496. New members welcome – men and ladies! Royal Canadian Legion Branch 24; Friday Meat Draw: 4:30- 6:30, Saturday Meat Draw: 3:30-5:30. Place your notice in your “What’s Up?” Community Calendar FREE of charge. This column is intended for the use of clubs and non-profit organizations to publicize their coming events — provided the following requirements are met: • Notices will be accepted two weeks prior to the event. • All notices must be emailed, faxed or dropped oﬀ in person. No telephone calls please. • NOTICES SHOULD NOT EXCEED 30 WORDS. • Only one notice per week from any one club or non-profit organization. • All notices must be received by the Thursday prior to publication. • There is no guarantee of publication. Notices will run subject to space limitations.
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New this year: The Cranbrook 4-H Multi Club introduced Chicken Poop Bingo as a Fall Fair attraction.
Cranbrook 4-H launches season at Fall Fair Elijah Siewert
The Cranbrook 4-H Multi Club kicked off the season at the Fort Steele Fall Fair last weekend — a huge thank you to Trudy Larson and the Fall Fair Committee for welcoming us back again this year. We brought animals to the fair for a petting zoo, had a lemonade stand and new this year was Chicken Poop Bingo. We had some sheep and a heifer for people to see and touch, these are just a couple of the kinds of projects that our club offers. People had a lot of questions about the animals and we were able to share about our project animals and some of what we have learned
in 4H. My sheep Tiny loved the attention too. On display was our 2015/2016 small engine project as we have more projects to offer than just animals. People had fun climbing on the tractor and having their picture taken. The 4H club moto is ‘Learn to do by doing’ and being able to do things hands on is all a part of 4H. To raise funds for our next club year we sold ice cold glasses of fresh squeezed lemonade. Funds raised go towards purchasing project equipment, supplies and tools. Thank you to everyone who stopped by our booth and supported our club. Thanks also
to Save On Foods for donating some lemons and Culligan Water for the use of a water pump. Chicken Poop Bingo was a hit. What is chicken poop bingo? People were able to purchase a number on our grid board. Once all the tickets were sold, the chicken was released onto the board and people gathered to encourage the chicken to poop on their number. Congratulations to our 50/50 Chicken Poop Bingo winners! A fun time was had by all! Thank you so much to Fort Steele for allowing us to use some of their chickens. Want to learn more about
our 4-H club? If you are 6 to 21 years old come to our first meeting held Friday, October 16, 6:30pm at the Cranbrook Alliance Church. At this meeting project leaders will give more details about the project they will be leading this year. Projects we currently offer are beef, sheep, swine, small engine, foods and Cloverbuds. Throughout the year our club members will be involved in learning record keeping related to their project, public speaking, judging classes at Rally Day and more! Elijah Siewert is a Reporter for the Cranbrook 4H Multi Club
Would-be global explorers, take note Rotary hosting student exchange information night Tuesday, Sept. 22
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There’s a great wide world awaiting for adventurous high school students to explore, and Cranbrook’s two Rotary Clubs are helping make that happen. Every year, Rotary International facilitates both longterm and short-term student exchanges around the globe. Both Cranbrook Rotary Club and Sunrise Rotary Club are hosting an information night Tuesday, Sept. 22, to promote those exchanges and get the ball rolling for interest-
ed students and parents. The information evening is at 7 p.m., at the Mount Baker Secondary School Library. Rotary Club member Kim Shatford said relevant information includes how much an exchange costs, what the expectations are for students going abroad, the difference between a short-term exchange (two to four weeks) and a long-term exchange (and entire school year). “Rotary facilitates these exchanges as a cultural exchange,” Shatford added. “Al-
though there is an expectation that a student would go to school while they’re away, the academic portion isn’t as much a focus as the cultural exchange is — learning a new language, experiencing a different culture, being an ambassador for Canada.” Partner countries include Bolivia, Brazil, Thailand, Japan, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Finland, Switzerland, Belgium, the Netherlands, Sweden, Australia and New Zealand. “Each club will be sending
at least one, and possibly two out,” Shatford said. “Out of all the applicants there will be one or two selected to actually go.” For every student from Cranbrook that goes abroad, a student will come here from abroad. So any student interested in this adventure is invited to head down to MBSS library, Tuesday, Sept. 22, at 7 p.m. “If they have any inkling that they would like to do this, this is the information night,” Shatford said.
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The Way it Was Courtesy of the Kimberley Heritage Museum Archives
KIMBERLEY NEWS SEPTEMBER 19, 1956 LIEUT. – GOVERNOR VISITS KIMBERLEY
Fisher Peak rises above the fog on the morning commute. Ms. Nordby took this photo from just above Marysville.
K. NORDBY PHOTO
Distinguished visitors to Kimberley this week were the Honourable Frank Ross, C.M.G., M.C., Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia and Mrs. Ross. They are in the East Kootenay to attend the annual convention of B.C. school trustees being held this week in Cranbrook, and are guests at Cominco Guest House at Chapman Camp. As patron of the B.C. Committee of the R.C.A.C. Civilian Committee, the Lieutenant-Governor was greeted on his arrival Sunday by a guard of honour from 266 Kimberley Squadron, R.C.A.C. On Monday he inspected the parade of the local squadron of cadets and cadettes. He was ac-
companied by D. Inman, chairman of the B.C. committee of the R.C.A.C. Following the inspection, he extended congratulations to Cadet Barry Hagen who was one of two Kimberley cadets to gain his wings this year. Both he and Mr. Inman spoke highly of the squadron’s smart turn-out and congratulated both officers and N.C.O.’s. He then toured the quarters, met members of the Oddfellow and Rebekah Sponsoring Committee and presented a gift of $50, which as he requested, will be spent on giving the cadets and cadettes a party. On Tuesday morning the Lietenant-Governor and party made a surprise visit to the Chapman Camp school to chat with pupils and teachers. Later he addressed an assembly at the P.J. McKim Junior-Senior high school, first school in the province ever to be so honoured.
NOTICE OF DISPOSITION
Just the Issues; election Facebook page BY BRIAN L AWRENCE Creston Valley Advance
Voters in the Kootenay-Columbia riding have another resource to help them make an informed decision in the Oct. 19 federal election, with a Facebook page created by the Creston Valley’s Robert Falconer offering a non-partisan look at the issues. “It started as something more for me than anyone else. I’ve been kind of frustrated with this election because there’s a lot of rhetoric and party lines,” said the 25-year-old, who has an undergraduate degree in medical anthropology from the University of Toronto. The page, Just the Issues: Kootenay-Columbia Elections 2015 at www.facebook.com/ kootenayelection, offers more than just neutral explanations by Falconer. All five Kootenay-Columbia candidates — Bill Green (Green), Don Johnston (Liberal),
Wayne Stetski (NDP), David Wilks (Conservative) and Christina Yahn (Libertarian) — have been invited to participate on the page. “I would be more than happy to explain them, but they can say where they stand,” he said. “They can say, ‘This is what I feel. This is how it will affect Kootenay-Columbia.’ … I’ve been very clear with the candidates that I’m not creating a debate forum.” The page’s followers are also invited to ask questions and post concerns about what interests them most. “The only way democracy can function in Canada is if people find something that does interest them and get involved,” Falconer said. “We have daycare, jobs, servicemen overseas — there’s something for everyone.” Falconer has a unique perspective on one issue. His father, David (most recently principal at Can-
yon-Lister Elementary School) was a Chilean political refugee with a Jewish background — and as a Canadian eligible for citizenship in Chile and Israel, he’s looked closely into Bill C-24, the most controversial topic that’s been discussed on his page. “I think people have been very surprised at how far-reaching it is,” he said. “I think people are concerned that if they’re eligible for other citizenship, it puts their own Canada citizenship in jeopardy.” The Syrian refugee crisis is another current topic that has created a lot of discussion on Just the Issues. The page’s followers have expressed their appreciation to Falconer for creating a forum to interact with the candidates and other voters. “It’s very much bringing Ottawa to the local level,” he said. “They really want to feel a local Kootenay person is representing
us.” And by helping voters to identify and explore the issues, it helps them become emotionally engaged — hopefully to the point where they get out and vote. “I don’t think peo-
ple fully appreciate what we have here in the democratic system,” he said. “Not voting, in a very real way, is the same as voting. You’re just letting someone else vote for you.”
NOTICE OF DISPOSITION Pursuant to the authority of Section 26 of the Community Charter, the City of Cranbrook intends to enter into a renewal Lease Agreement with Mike Bombardier DBA Streamline Airways with respect to buildings and land situated at the Canadian Rockies International Airport, shown outlined in green and designated as Parcels 5 and 8 on Plan crb-001.dgn, dated 12 April 2000, comprising of an area of 4025.13 m2. The Lease shall be for a five year term from January 1, 2016 to December 31, 2020.
Pursuant to the authority of Section 26 of the Community Charter, notice is hereby given that the City of Cranbrook intends to enter into a Lease Agreement with Ramona Stenersen dba “Shivers Sugar Factory” with respect to lands and building located at 1777 2nd Street North, Cranbrook, BC, (Cranbrook Recreation Complex) legally described as: PID 012-235-636
Block 102, District Lot 4, Kootenay District Plan 669C
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Block 103, District Lot 4, Kootenay District, Plan 669C
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Comprising of an area of approximately 337 square feet. The Lease shall be for a term of three years from October 1, 2015 to September 30, 2018, with an option to renew for an addition term of two (2) years.
In consideration of the Lease M. Bombardier DBA Streamline Airways shall pay to the City of Cranbrook $9338.30 plus tax annually.
In consideration of the Lease, R. Stenersen, dba “Shivers Sugar Factory”, shall pay rent to the City of Cranbrook as follows: $8,735 per year for 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 and $8,896 for the year 2017-2018 (plus tax), plus 11 % royalties.
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News from the Kimberley Garden Club Splash park donation SUBMIT TED BY MARILEE QUIST
It must be fall! The leaves on our Virginia Creeper on our back fence and pine tree are turning red, and the Colchicums, commonly known as Autumn Crocus, are blooming. They have naturalized, increasing their numbers considerably since I first planted them, so they put on quite a show. We had a great time August 12th at our annual barbecue, again out at St. Mary’s Lake a few doors down from where last year’s barbecue was held. We had much better weather this year – it didn’t rain! We also had lovely dappled shade, and many members took advantage of the lakeside location to go wading in the shallow water. On September 9th, we toured our last two gardens of the season. Members came to my garden in Marysville and I received some good advice about my Yucca, which hasn’t bloomed for the last three years. The other garden was in Chapman Camp, where we had a very brief meeting – everyone was more interested in catching up with members they hadn’t seen for awhile. Both gardens had quite a few fall-blooming plants for everyone to admire – it’s always fun to discover that there is quite a wide variety of plants that are late-blooming and what they are. After a summer of touring
members’ gardens, it will seem a little strange to be back inside again until June next year. However, the indoor meetings are where we learn new gardening techniques and about new plants
Now is the time to plant garlic.
during the program or educational portion of our meetings, so we do look forward to this. We hope to have someone come and speak to us in October about drought and deer-resistant plants, something worth learning about, especially after this summer when it was so hot and we had watering restrictions. There are quite a number of plants that, once established, can survive on very little water. If you are interested in growing your own organic garlic for harvest next year, you will need to
plant it before the ground freezes this fall. It is easy to grow – just get some heads of garlic, preferably some grown locally or somewhere in BC, (I prefer Purple Russian), pull the cloves apart and plant them “pointy” side up about 2” deep. Cover them and mulch well. Mine usually start coming up in late March. These individual cloves will turn into lovely heads of garlic by August next year. There is a lot of good information on the internet about growing garlic – one good site is www.garlicfarm.ca. If you like cooking with garlic, it’s well worth the small amount of effort required to grow and harvest your own. The Garden Club meets the second Wednesday of the month. From October through May, we hold our meetings at Selkirk High School, starting at 7 pm in the Library. From June through September, we tour member gardens, and if necessary, hold a short business meeting in the second garden while we enjoy refreshments supplied by the hostess. We welcome anyone who would like to learn more about gardening in Kimberley, whether you are new to gardening or new to the Kimberley area. For more information on our meetings, call Nola at 250-4271948. Happy Gardening.
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At a recent meeting of the Kimberley Rotary Club, Elva Keiver representing Kimberley Laureate Delta Delta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi presented a $500 cheque to Rotary’s Past Present Grant Sharam. The fundraising campaign is now over one third of the way toward the project’s financial target. Our Thermometers on our website and at the Park currently show $109,781. The Kimberley Rotary club encourages all Kimberley residents, past and present, to help it reach the top of the Thermometer at the Park by the Spring of 2016. Contributions can be made on-line by visiting the Splash Park website www.kimberleyrotary. org/splashpark or the Kimberley Rotary Club Facebook site and cheques payable to the Rotary Club of Kimberley, BC Trust Foundation
Elva Keiver with Grant Sharam. may be dropped off at the Kimberley Savings Credit Union. All contributions of $50.00 or more will receive an official tax receipt for their donation. A Grad Class Challenge is also just getting underway and more information will be forthcoming shortly. On completion of the Splash Park project a Wall of Recognition will be erected at the Park to
honour all donors of $500 or more. Thank you Laureate Delta Delta and we look forward to seeing your chapter’s name on the Wall of Recognition. For any additional information on supporting the Community Splash Park please contact Pat at 250-427-3201, email firstname.lastname@example.org or Graham at 250-4275057, email gngmann@ shaw.ca
The amphicar From page 1 The cars are definitely a rarity and there were only 4,000 amphicars ever built. “They say there’s only between 3-500 left that still swim — as they say in amphicar speak,” he said. He explained that the car has a four speed manual transmission
Cranbrook Alliance Church 1200 Kootenay Street N. 250-489-4704
Pastor Grant McDowell Sunday Service & Children’s Ministry 10:30 am www.cranbrookalliancechurch.com
for on the land. Once it goes in the water a transfer case allows you to switch over and engage two propellors. “It’s just like switching into four wheel drive,” he said. The whole car was built in Germany, except for its heart, which is British. “It has lots of Mer-
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10 Boundary St. – 250-427-2428
Rev. Sunny Kim Sunday Worship at 10 am www.kimberleyunited.ca
Sunday Worship...10:00 am Sunday School 1st & 3rd Sunday
Community Church Sunday Service 10:30 am
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cedes components and stuff like that, and kind of a Porsche component transmission, but it has a Triumph engine in it,” he said. “It was the same one they put in the Spitfires.” So how does it drive on land? “It’s pretty rough — I mean when you’re doing 65 miles an hour in it, it feels like your doing 140, just because it’s so short and light.” In the water, he said it is quite stable. Two amphicar successfully crossed the English Channel in 1968 enduring six metre waves and gale-force winds, and two amphicars navigated the Yukon River in 1965. “They say there is only about 14 inches of the car sitting above the water line, but if you roll the windows up and put the top up you have about three feet sticking up, so it’s pretty stable in the water.” He said while he doesn’t drive the car in the winter, it is actually not a bad winter car since the engine and transmission are in the back, which puts them over the drive wheels.
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Outdoor movie nights attract record breaking numbers Trail, BC - This past weekend, Kootenay Savings annual Outdoor Movie Nights saw a record number of movie-goers of all ages flock to their local parks to enjoy one of this year’s biggest blockbusters, Inside Out! Held Friday, September 11 in Kimberley and Trail and Saturday, September 12 in Nakusp and Radium Hot Springs, the events were free to attend. Rather than pay an admission fee to see the film, which was projected onto a 30 foot tall inflatable screen, everyone was instead encouraged to bring along a donation for their local food bank. 2015 Outdoor Movie Night Quick Facts
more than doubling the average attendance from past years. • Food collected valued at $3500 dollars, along with cash donations of $500. • All donations benefit the Kimberley Helping Hands Food Bank.
• Outdoor Movie Night has been held at Coronation Park every year since its debut in Kimberley in 2009. • Nearly 1400 people attended this year,
• The Arena Soccer field has been the site of Movie Night since 2009, the year it was first hosted in Nakusp. • Just shy of 550 pounds of food and
$65 in cash was collected this year from approximately 220 attendees. • All donations benefit the Nakusp and Area Food Bank.
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• Inaugural Movie Night took place at Haley Park in 2008, and has been hosted there every year since. • Over 2200 people came out this year, a new record for the Trail event. • The value of the food collected is estimated at close to $7000, along with $240 in cash donations. • All donations benefit the Salvation Army Food Bank.
A lot of people had a lot of fun at the Kimberley Kootenay Savings Movie Night last Friday.
• This year’s event, the third annual in Radium, was hosted at Legend’s Field in partnership with the Village of Radium. • Food valued at a total of $750 was donated, as well as $230 in cash, from the 300plus people in attendance. • All donations benefit the Columbia Valley Food Bank. “Each year, the sight of all the people pouring in to the parks with bags of food to donate never grows old,” shares Aron Burke, Community Liaison for Kootenay Savings. “It’s heart-warming to see how caring and generous people are, and how appreciative the food banks are in return.”
Industrial land question happen.” The goal, McCormick says, is to put the issue forward at his brief meeting with the Minister in Vancouver next
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From page 1 “But we can’t get an environmental certificate. It’s the same with the old Cominco garage site in Townsite. If you look at the land available for industrial development that we can’t do anything with.... Teck owns most of the land but can’t do anything. We want to develop an industrial base but we need land available for business to set up. Right now, we have none.” McCormick says the City of Kimberley has been trying to get environmental certificates on these lands for 12 years. There are lots of communities in the province with similar problems, he says, but Kimberley can’t wait for a blanket policy that doesn’t seem to be forthcoming. “We need to move forward on this. This is a big deal. It impacts our long term industrial development policy. Teck wants to work with us. “I want to know what the action plan is, who do we need to deal with to make this
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n Monday this week, in Irving Texas, police arrested 14–year–old Ahmed Mohammed at school. Why? He brought a simple electronic clock he had built as an engineering project to school. Police escorted Ahmed out of school in handcuffs. Photos of his arrest show him wearing a NASA T–shirt and looking confused and afraid. The police took him into custody, and they explained that he would only say it was a clock. Because … well … it was only a clock. Now one might think that the police department or the school in Irving would take a look at the clock and hold a conversation with Ahmed’s engineering teacher, who had praised the project and quickly realize that they had made a terrible mistake. You know, something simple. Or you might think that the school would apologize to Ahmed and his parents for humiliating and torturing him, and that they might use this as one of those teachable moments to discuss racism and profiling. But they didn’t. Even after learning of this terrible mistake, the school suspended Ahmed for three days and sent a letter to parents suggesting that they were blameless in how they handled the matter. In the letter, the Principal hints that Ahmed was at fault for violating the Student Code of Conduct which apparently states that children must “specifically not bring items to school that are prohibited.” Like a clock built for engineering class. The Principal goes on to urge parents to ask their children to “immediately report any suspicious items and/or suspicious behavior.” This self–serving letter was sent out after the arrest had been exposed as a hor-
rible mistake. It is dreadful that there was no public apology by school officials. It is even more appalling that they would continue to urge this kind of racial profiling even after they knew about the harrowing ordeal they had forced on one of their students. Now here’s a persecution that it’s worth getting worked up about. Or maybe it’s better to say that this is a persecution that should bring us to ask in new ways what it might mean for us to love our neighbours as ourselves. You might ask why I’m Rev. Yme bringing this up. After all, it Woensdregt was Texas … and you know what Texans are like (rolling our eyeballs and spoken with a knowing smirk). But this isn’t happening just in Texas. It’s happening in Canada. In Ottawa. Our government has become expert in sowing fear among us in the wake of the Syrian refugee crisis. Both Prime Minister Harper and Minister of Defence Jason Kenney have told us that we can’t just allow them — yes “them” — into our country. We have to screen them carefully to make sure no terrorists come in. Now, I’m all in favour of being careful. I’m not so naïve as to believe that terrorists would not take advantage of an opportunity like this. But honestly, screen everyone? A 70– year–old woman? A 4–year–old child? Is this honestly a reason to slow down the process of providing sanctuary and help to people who are in such desperate straits that they will do anything to find a new life where justice and hope can be renewed in them? How can this happen, this tragic miscarriage of justice for Ahmed and this denial of hope to refugees? Where does this
kind of prejudice come from? Fear. And according to the Bible of Disney, the Book of Frozen, somewhere around chapter 22, we learn that the only force powerful enough to overcome the bitter destructiveness of fear is love. Some of us will have heard that same sentiment in another Bible, in the First letter of John, in chapter 4: “There is no fear in love; instead, perfect love casts out fear.” Because we have not loved, we have become a people of fear. And because we are a people of fear, we are becoming a people of hate. As St. Yoda has said, “Fear is the path to the dark side. Fear leads to anger, anger leads to hate, hate leads to suffering.” We have a problem. A deep problem. It is time for Christians to lead the way out. If we truly follow Jesus as we claim we do, then we must love all people, all creatures. The Golden Rule which Jesus gave us says that not only are we to avoid doing to others what we would not have done to ourselves. We are positively required to do for others what we would want done for ourselves. To go a little further, the Golden Rule is the single common element in all religions. Therefore it’s time for all people of faith to start acting faithfully in response to this imperative. It’s time for love. May our fear never again turn a young man’s day of celebration into a day of suffering and mourning. I’m sorry Ahmed, and all other people profiled because of race and colour. We need to do better. Yme Woensdregt is Pastor at Christ Church Anglican in Cranbrook
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Canucks fans have reason for optimism after disappointing end to 2014-15 Depending on who you talk to, the Vancouver Canucks are either going to exceed expectations and make the playoffs or crash and burn in the tankrace for Auston Matthews. There’s no middle ground with partisans. However, it’s easy to peer into a crystal ball and make a case for either scenario. Hailing from the Lower Mainland, I was born into Canucks fandom, and as such, have experienced more heartbreak than Taylor Swift because of it. Trevor I was eight years old in 1994, 25 years old in 2011 Crawley and I cried both times when the Canucks lost in the Stanley Cup finals. The organization is still reeling from the failed Cup run of 2011 in the sense that they gave up a lot of draft picks and sacrificed their immediate future to win. That’s one reason why they’ve had no young, early 20-something talent ready to crack the roster. Until recently. The club added former Calgary Flames first-rounder Sven Baertschi, along with Jared McCann, who was Anaheim’s first-round pick that Vancouver got in the Ryan Kesler trade last off-season. Additionally, players like Jake Virtanen, Hunter Shinkaruk, Brendan Gaunce and Cole Cassels have breathed some life into the prospect pipeline. They’ve shed some age in moving Kevin Bieksa and added some depth in Brandon Sutter, Brandon Prust and Matt Bartkowski. So with that as a preamble, here’s why the Canucks will make the playoffs this season: • Daniel and Henrik Sedin, along with Radim Vrbata and Alex Burrows will continue to produce goals and assists at an elite level despite being in their mid-30s; • Baertschi slots into a top-six role and thrives in his first full-time season in the NHL; • Bo Horvat avoids the sophomore slump and builds on the second half of a stellar rookie season he had with the club last year; • Frank Corrado graduates to the defensive corps and adjusts to the NHL game;
• Jake Virtanen makes the team and adds some much-needed sandpaper and offence; • Ryan Miller stands on his head; • Luca Sbisa sits in the press box. If it was one thing that exposed the Canucks in their first-round playoff loss to the Calgary Flames last year, it was their lack of speed and toughness. Micheal Ferland (or is that Ferklund?) single-handily terrorized Vancouver’s defence on the forecheck, while players like Sam ‘Did you know he’s only 18?’ Bennett, Johnny Gaudreau and Sean Monahan skated circles around a sluggish Vancouver squad. Game Six was a throwback to the Alain Vigneault era, where Vancouver started strong with a 3-1 lead after 20 minutes and ran out of steam by the end of the third period to lose 7-4. Classic Canucks. As for why the Canucks will miss the playoffs, it’s pretty much the opposite of the aforementioned: • The Sedins can’t carry the team on their backs anymore; • Baertschi, Virtanen and Corrado struggle to adjust to the NHL level; • Sbisa plays; • Miller and Jacob Markstrom struggle in net; • Injuries. There are a lot of naysayers on the blogosphere surrounding the Canucks on the current roster makeup—specifically questioning GM Jim Benning on the acquisitions of Sutter, Prust and the contracts of Derek Dorsett and Sbisa—that feed the negative narrative for the upcoming season. However, in the post salary-cap world, young (and cheap) talent is becoming more and more important to competitive NHL teams. And the Canucks finally have some decent prospects to be just the pieces Vancouver may need to remain competitive in a brutal Pacific Division that is only getting better and better. Training camp will be in Prince George this weekend and it’ll be interesting to see which prospects battle their way onto the roster. Because there’s ample opportunity. Trevor Crawley is a reporter with the Cranbrook Daily Townsman.
For the second time in two weeks, the Lethbridge Hurricanes found a way to best the Kootenay Ice. The annual Crowsnest Pass Minor Hockey Thunder Challenge got underway Thursday night as the Hurricanes slipped past the Ice by a 3-2 margin. A power-play goal from Brett Davis midway through the second period stood as the eventual game-winning tally. “I thought the effort was good, no complaint on it,” said Luke Pierce, head coach of the Kootenay Ice, Thursday night. “Are there areas we need to be a little smarter? Yeah. You get the work ethic and then you have to add some intelligence into that to make it easier on yourself. But overall, I thought we competed pretty well.” The Ice jumped out to a 1-0 lead midway through the first period, as Mario Grman sent a seeing-eye point shot through a maze of bodies before eventually finding the twine behind Hurricanes netminder Jayden Sittler. Shortly thereafter, Russian import Egor Babenko tied the game with a quick wrap from below the goal line to beat Ice starting goaltender Wyatt Hoflin and the two teams headed to the dressing rooms knotted 1-1 after 20 minutes. A pair of miscues in
the defensive zone allowed the Hurricanes to get in front during the second. Hurricanes forward Jaeger White was the first to capitalize on a turnover at the Ice blueline, snapping a hot shot past the glove of Hoflin for a 2-1 Lethbridge lead 6:45 in. Less than five minutes later with Ice defenceman Jason Wenzel serving an interference minor, Hurricanes forward Brett Davis parked himself in the slot before taking a pass from defenceman Brady Reagan and depositing a power-play tally behind Hoflin. Facing a two-goal deficit, it was a pair of sophomores -- defenceman Cale Fleury and forward Vince Loschiavo -- providing the energy as the Ice looked to mount a comeback Thursday night. “They’ve got to standout. They’ve got to be leaders. They’ve got to play the game properly,” Pierce said. “I thought Vinny -- this was probably his best game of the exhibition. Cale was very strong again, and he plays with so much confidence for a kid that age. “We need those guys to play older than what they are and sometimes that’s asking a lot, but it’s going to hopefully help them in their development moving forward.” With time winding
down in the second period, Fleury boosted his club before the break by throwing a thunderous body check at his own blue-line. Though a clean crunch as far as the officials were concerned, Hurricanes veteran defenceman Arvin Atwal took exception and confronted the 16-year-old. Next thing you know, Fleury’s gloves are off and he’s in the midst of his first WHL scrap. “It was a pretty big hit, so I kind of thought somebody was going to come after me,” said the 6-foot-1, 192-pound native of Calgary. “I’m not going to back down from that. I need to be physical this year. We’ve got a younger team and I’ve got a pretty good body to throw around.” With the third period underway and a 3-1 deficit still on the board for the Ice, defenceman Bryan Allbee found himself in the penalty box. On the ensuing penalty kill, Czech import Roman Dymacek picked up a loose puck in the neutral zone before bursting in two-on-one with 17-year-old Vince Loschiavo. “I got off the bench, came through our zone and saw the puck flying,” Loschiavo recalled. “Roman chipped it past the ‘D’ man. He’s fast and I knew he was going to blow by the other guy so I went hard to the net. He made it easy for me.” All that was left for - Tavin Grant 7 the native of Winnipeg Power plays was to deposit the puck Kootenay Ice past a helpless Sittler.1/6 Prince George Cougars The Hurricanes 0/5 adThree Stars: vantage was cut in half as N/A Loschiavo’s second of the pre-season made it a Attendance: 3-2(Toyota hockey game with N/A Centre - Kennew nearly 13 minutes remaining in regulation. Scoring Statistics Late pressureGP and aG Player Zak 2 extra fullZborosky minute with the Vince Loschiavo attacker as Hoflin3sat on Connor Barley 3 the bench wasn’t enough Jon Martin 1 to force overtime. 2 Matt Alfaro Sittler Mario Grmanturned2 aside 32 shots for the victory, Drew Warkentine 4 while Hoflin made Luke Philp 1 25 M. O’Shaughnessy 3 saves. RiverThe Beattie 4 their Ice wrap up Jared 4 well WHLLegien pre-season as Noah Philp 4 as the Thunder 4ChalAustin Wellsby lengeFaith against the Tanner 1 Calgary Allbee Hitmen Saturday at Bryan 2 Cale Fleury 2 7 p.m. Tanner Lishchynsky 2
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First Period 1. KTN - M. Grman, (2) (Z. Zborosky, M. Alfaro), 9:19 (PP) 2. LET - E. Babenko, (3) (I. Merezhko), 15:48 Second Period 3. LET - J. White, (1) (Z. Franklin, K. Pankewicz), 6:45 4. LET - B. Davis, (3) (B. Reagan, K. Pankewicz), 11:19 (PP) Third Period 5. KTN - V. Loschiavo, (2) (R. Dymacek), 6:38 (SH) Shots 1 2 3 T Lethbridge Hurricanes 17 7 4 28 Kootenay Ice 12 11 11 34 Goaltenders Saves Mins SV% LET - Jayden Sittler 32/34 60:00 0.941 KTN - Wyatt Hoflin 25/28 59:08 0.893 Power plays Lethbridge Hurricanes 1/3 (33.3%) Kootenay Ice 1/3 (33.3%) Three Stars: N/A Attendance: N/A (Crowsnest Pass, Alta.)
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Wild Battle at the Border: Part II Introducing the Red Deer College Queens and Kings University Eagles
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The Wild Battle at the Border tournament brings Canadian Collegiate Basketball to Cranbrook and the East Kootenay. “It is an exciting opportunity to bring a different level of basketball to our area. For young players who love the game, they get an oppor-tunity to see and meet some of the players at the next level,” said Alan Nutini, organizer of the event. This event is being hosted by the Mount Baker Wild Senior Girls Basketball Program and they will be raising money for the East Kootenay P.A.R.T.Y. Program. “We want to support local charities like P.A.R.T.Y. and we hope the community will come out and support this event and try something new,” said senior Hunter Burton. The
Wild Team members will be working hard to create an atmosphere of entertainment. Two teams that will be entertaining the crowds for the weekend event running Friday, Sept. 25 to Sunday Sept. 27 at Mount Baker Secondary are the Red Deer Queens and the Kings Eagles. Red Deer Queens The 2014-15 campaign for the Red Deer Queens brought changes and a year of growth. The team struggled in the South Division of the Alberta Collegiate Athletic Conference (ACAC). New head coach Ken King was brought into the program from an assistant coaching position with the Laurentian Voyageurs Men’s Basketball Program. “Ken is an ideal fit for this team, he is a young coach with a variety of basketball experience
and we look forward to what he will do,” Red Deer College athletic director Keith Hansen said. King is a native of Oshawa, Ontario and said even when playing he always knew he was interested in coaching. “I was always interested in coaching, I coached in high school and with club teams as well as with the Voyageurs,” King said. He doesn’t believe the shift from coaching men to coaching women will present concerns. “I’ve coached mostly guys, but have coached girls and feel success at the women’s level borders on what you see from the men. It melds together.” Kings University Eagles Kings University is located in Edmonton, Alta., and is a small non-denominational Christian school.
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Kings has built a strong basketball tradition during its tenure in the ACAC. Kings head coach Dallas Wright enters his second year as head coach of the women’s basketball program. In his last year playing basketball at Concordia University, Wright was the captain of his team that earned a trip to the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) National Championships. He hopes to bring the same level of success to the Kings women’s basketball program. Kings returns two veteran guards to their line up, including a fourth-year player, Amy Whitesell, who graduated high school at Lindsay Thurber Secondary in Whitecourt, Alta. Whitesell is a quick shooting guard that will certainly look to hit some deep three’s in “The Den at Mount Baker,” accord-
ing to Nutini. Also, fifth-year player, Vanessa Gulayets from Holy Trinity High School in Edmonton, led the Eagles with 13 points in last year’s opening victory over the Red Deer Queens. She will get an opportunity to repeat on Saturday, Sept. 26 at 6 p.m. when Kings hosts Red Deer for the first time in 2015-16. Elementary Cheer Zone “We want to see elementary students come out for free and cheer on their team,” Nutini said. “We hope to see students come out and enjoy this event. Having the young people there will bring real energy to the gym.” The WILD Mascot will be there to encourage fans of all ages. Elementary Cheer Zone Teams: Kings UniversityAmy Woodland & St. Mary’s (Team Colour
Amy Whitesell - Kings University White) Capilano University– Kootenay Orchard & TM Roberts (Team Colour Blue) Ambrose University- Gordon Terrace & Kootenay Christian Academy (Team Colour Yellow) Red Deer CollegeHighlands, Steeples, & Pinewood (Team Colour Green)
Wild Battle at the Border Schedule: Friday, Sept. 25, 6 p.m. Ambrose vs. Kings; 8 p.m. Red Deer vs. Capilano Saturday, Sept. 26, 6 p.m., Kings vs. Red Deer; 8 p.m., Capilano vs. Ambrose Sunday, Sept. 27, 10 a.m., Kings vs. Capilano; 12 p.m., Ambrose vs. Red Deer
Cranbrook para-equestrian rider claims double gold Sarah Cummings rides West Bay to podium in Kentucky
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Sarah Cummings of Cranbrook recently competed for Canada’s Para-Equestrian Team at the North American Junior Young Rider Championships in Lexington, Ky. Cummings and her new partner West Bay performed their dressage tests in perfect harmony to place on top of the podium and collect two individual gold medals. Her first gold medal was won for the individual championship test, where the horse and rider follow a specific pattern with compulsory moves and are judged on precision, harmony, impulsion and obedience of the horse, and skill of the rider. The second gold medal was secured in freestyle dressage, where the rider choreographs their own pattern to music of their choice. The freestyle must include the compulsory moves, but also allows the rider freedom to choose their own creative maneuvers. In comparison, this
Sarah Cummings poses with West Bay following the pair’s double-gold para-equestrian performance at the North American Junior Young Rider Championships in Lexington, Ky. judged event is much like the free skate or long program in figure skating. “We dance our butts off and loved doing it,” Cummings said. The fun doesn’t stop there, Cummings and her teammates climbed onto the podium to collect the silver medal for Team Canada. The teams were
judged by an international panel representing USA, Canada, Mexico, Germany and France. Canada’s team was marginally beat out by the USA team by a mere three per cent. The North American Young Riders was a highlight for Cummings this season and was a taste of what it could be like to ride at the 2016 Olympic
Games. In order to qualify for Canada’s Para-Olympic Team, Cummings must continue to compete in competitions across North America. This takes extreme dedication, hard work, passion, training, athleticism and funding.
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Cummings pushed forward and traveled with her horse West Bay to compete at two more show venues. The international experience that she gained riding for Team Canada shone through as she achieved personal-best scores at these qualifying national competitions. Cummings is overjoyed because, with these scores, she now sits sixth overall on Equine Canada’s list of eligible riders for the 2016 Olympic Games. There is no stopping this inspirational young lady. With her goal so close in sight she is ready to leap towards her next challenge. In order to move forward, Cummings and West Bay must travel and compete at the last Olympic qualifiers in Wellington, Fla., in January 2016. It’s all up to generating enough funds to turn her dream into reality. Cummings’ next fundraiser is Sept. 26. She is hosting a horse fun day at Wycliffe. This is a small horse show that will offer classes in both Western and English. Spectators are welcome to come out and enjoy a day of fun, as well as, support Cummings’ Olympic quest. Entry forms for competitors are available by contacting email@example.com. Cummings wished to thank all her sponsorship to date. “I am so grateful to everyone that has helped me so far,” Cummings said. “Friends and family help me every day, but without the overwhelming generosity of the community and local businesses, none of this would have been possible for me. I look forward to partnering with more businesses to continue my success.” **
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ARIES (March 21-April 19) With the help of a friend, you’ll blaze through your day and start the weekend early. You will have a lot of reasons to be excited about the next few weeks. Plans could change if travel is involved or if someone from a distance is heading your way. Tonight: In the whirlwind of living. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Allow others to voice their convictions and choices. You might wonder why they are heading in a certain direction. Once you become more acquainted with these people, you will understand. Tonight: Let your hair down and help others do the same. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) You will be looking forward to better interactions with an associate, but you might find certain facets of each other’s personalities to be annoying. If you aren’t careful, a conversation suddenly could turn hostile. Tonight: Become more of an observer.
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SERVICES GUIDE Contact these business for all your service needs!
Employment Help Wanted
Fernie Alpine Resort RCR Inc. Vehicle Mechanic Full time, year round Apply with resumé to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Merchandise for Sale
Heavy Duty Machinery
LOG Truck Driver Needed for log hauls based in the West Kootenay Region. Located in Salmo BC Sutco offers steady year round work, late model equipment, e logs, benefits, and a matched contribution pension plan. Ideal candidates have 2 years BC log hauling experience and clean drivers abstract. apply on line at sutco.ca or fax (250) 357-2009
Trades, Technical To advertise using our “SERVICES GUIDE” in the Cranbrook Daily Townsman, Kimberley Daily Bulletin and The Valley, call us at 250-426-5201, ext. 202. Get into Fall Cleaning with a Rebuilt
Call Sonny or Chris
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TIP TOP CHIMNEY SERVICES “Sweeping the Kootenay’s Clean”
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Accounting/Tax/ Bookkeeping IN NEED OF A
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“We care about your hair loss”
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MARK CREEK MARKET KIMBERLEY Looking for part time Deli Clerk - 24-30 hrs/week with partial benefits. Experience is an asset but isn’t isn’t necessary–will train the right person. Must be energetic, able to follow directions, work independently and friendly. Drop off resumé at the Meat Department, 8:00am to 3:00pm.
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Kimberley Pentecostal Church
TOM’S LAWN CARE SERVICES
Markey Mechanical in Willams Lake has openings for established HVAC Technicians with; 2-3 years industry related experience, HVAC troubleshooting skills, a desire to train in various disciplines and a proven track record of integrity and reliability.
Cranbrook, Kimberley and surrounding areas
Richard Hedrich 250-919-3643
~also available~ Pool table installation and service!!!
The MARYSVILLE PUB is inviting resumes from line cooks with some experience. We offer year ‘round employment at a small neighbourhood pub. Apply in person with resume.
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Near Parkland School Saturday Sept 19 only 9am - 2pm Household items, construction and power tools, gun safe, patio furniture, ladies clothes, shuffleboard and many misc. items. Lowered prices.
Multiple Christmas decorations for sale, like new; inside/outside lights and decorations; white tree and loads of beautiful ornaments. Saturday, Sept. 26 9:30am to 12:00pm Lock ‘N Load Locker A29 1525 Industrial Rd. F2 Cranbrook Pre-calls: 250-489-3072 GARAGE SALE: Saturday Sept. 19, 8am-12noon. 1809 Mt. Connell Cresc. (Park Royal). Household and garage items. Moving Sale: Sat, Sept 19th 10-3. No early birds please. 2311 Mount Baker Cres. Furniture, kids items, household decorations.
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Saturday, Sept. 19 9am - 2pm 2807 Galena Bay, Kimberley. Fundraiser for Sue Ryan. Donations gratefully accepted until Sept. 18. Phone 250-427-4937 or 250-427-7602
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Saturday, Sept 19 8am - 10am 577 Woodland Dr., Cranbrook. (towards New Lake) Most items $2. Must buy 5 items...only 1 item can be a ‘green sticker’ item per $10. Household items, outdoor goods, benches, toys, windows, plant pots, heaters, fans. --------------------------Individually priced items: Self propelled mower, trumpet, bouncy castle, specialized mountain bikes, paddleboard, Ion drum set for XBox 360, inflatable boat (3 man)
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Fall Craft & Bake Sale Saturday, Sept. 26 9am - 3pm 44 11th Ave S. Cranbrook Start your Christmas shopping with us. Great selection of hand made items and baking.
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Apt/Condo for Rent
LIONS MANOR, Kimberley.
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QNt6372 Adams Road, Ta Ta Creek
TO LEARN WHATâ€™S ON SALE?
$399,900 #2408246 (TURN ON GADSBY ROAD AT TA TA CREEK, THEN LEFT ON ADAMS ROAD) Stop in and view this beautiful log home on a quiet dead-end lane. Great room features soaring ceiling, large rock fireplace and hardwood floor. Bright kitchen, classy master suite and ensuite plus 4 other bedrooms. All located on a peaceful landscaped acre. Includes double garage and huge deck!
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Rea Jarrett 250-427-5861
Grouse Mountain Store,
10:30am - 12:00pm 3208 Beach Road, Moyie $399,900 Live year around just 200' from Moyie Lake. 1316 sq ft rancher with loads of updates, 0.96 acre lot. 2395220 Jeannie Argatoff 11:00am - 12:00pm 704 - 13 Ave. S. $339,900 Great location, 4 level split, 5 bdrms, 2.5 bath, covered deck, large yard, carport & RV parking. 2407398 Brian Rhodes 12:00 - 2:30pm 6659 Rosen Lake Road $799,900 WILL TRADE FOR CRANBROOK HOME!! Gorgeous 2 level, 40' deck overlooking the lake, attached & detached garages. 2403746 Brian Burch 12:30 - 1:30pm #8, 2025 Kokanee Dr. N. $239,900 2 bdrm, 2 bath unit in Terra Lee gated community. Enclosed porch backing onto creek. 2407026 Jay Majkowski 1:00 - 2:30pm 204 - 17th St. S. $749,000 Total of 4382 sq ft, 7 bdrms, 7 baths, 1254 sq ft in-law suite, walkout bsmt, feature packed home. Must see! 2402106 Jeannie Argatoff
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CANADA WIDE CLEARANCE
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ON NOW AT YOUR BC GMC DEALERS. BCGMCDealers.ca 1-800-GM-DRIVE. GMC is a brand of General Motors of Canada. Offers apply to the finance of a 2015 Sierra 1500 Double Cab 2WD 1SA, Terrain SLE-1 AWD, Acadia SLE-1 AWD. License, insurance, registration, administration fees, dealer fees, PPSA and taxes not included. Dealers are free to set individual prices. Limited time offers which may not be combined with other offers, and are subject to change without notice. Offers apply to qualified retail customers in BC GMC Dealer Marketing Association area only. Dealer order or trade may be required. * Offer available to qualified retail customers in Canada for vehicles delivered between September 1 and September 30, 2015. 0% purchase financing offered on approved credit by TD Auto Finance Services, Scotiabank® or RBC Royal Bank for 84 months on select new or demonstrator 2015 GMC vehicles excluding Yukon, Yukon XL, Sierra 2500 HD Diesel, Savana, Canyon 2SA and Canyon 4x4. Participating lenders are subject to change. Rates from other lenders will vary. Down payment, trade and/or security deposit may be required. Monthly payment and cost of borrowing will vary depending on amount borrowed and down payment/trade. Example: $45,000 at 0% APR, the monthly payment is $535.71 for 84 months. Cost of borrowing is $0, total obligation is $45,000. Offer is unconditionally interest-free. Freight, air tax ($100, if applicable) included. License, insurance, registration, PPSA/movable property registry fees, applicable taxes and dealer fees not included. Dealers may sell for less. Limited time offer which may not be combined with certain other offers. GMCL may modify, extend or terminate offers in whole or in part at any time without notice. Conditions and limitations apply. See dealer for details. ®Registered trademark of The Bank of Nova Scotia. RBC and Royal Bank are registered trademarks of Royal Bank of Canada. † $10,380 is a combined total credit consisting of a $3,000 manufacturer-to-dealer delivery credit (tax exclusive) $5,195 Cash Credit (tax exclusive) available on 2015 GMC Sierra Double Cab 1SA 4WD models, $1,000 Owner Cash (tax inclusive), $750 manufacturer-to-dealer Elevation Package Discount Credit (tax exclusive) for 2015 Sierra 1SA Elevation Edition with 5.3L Engine and a $435 manufacturer-to-dealer cash credit (tax exclusive) on any 2015 GMC Sierra Elevation double cab all-wheel drive with a 5.3L engine, which is available for cash purchases only and cannot be combined with special lease and finance rates. By selecting lease or finance offers, consumers are foregoing this $5,630 credit, which will result in higher effective interest rates. Discounts vary by model. ** Government 5-Star Safety Ratings are part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA’s) New Car Assessment Program (www.SaferCar.gov). ‡‡ $5,000 is a combined credit consisting of a $1,000 Owner Cash (tax inclusive), $3,000 manufacturer to dealer delivery credit (tax exclusive) for 2015 Sierra Light Duty Double Cab and a $1,000 manufacturer to dealer finance cash (tax exclusive) for a 2015 Sierra 1500 which is available for finance offers only and cannot be combined with special lease rates and cash purchase. ‡ $5,450/$4,750 is a combined total credit consisting of $500/$0 September Bonus (tax inclusive), $750/$750 Owner Cash (tax inclusive) and a $4,200/$4,000 manufacturer to dealer cash credit (tax exclusive) for a 2015 Terrain SLE-1 FWD/Acadia SLE-1 FWD, which is available for cash purchases only and cannot be combined with special lease and finance rates. By selecting lease or finance offers, consumers are foregoing this $4,200/$4,000 credit which will result in higher effective interest rates. Discounts vary by model and cash credit excludes Terrain SLE-1 AWD/Acadia SLE-1 AWD. †† Offer available to retail customers in Canada only. $500 Bonus Cash applies to new 2015 GMC Sierra LD Crew Cab, Terrain delivered between September 16th and September 30th 2015. The $500 bonus cash includes HST/GST/QST/PST as applicable by province. Limited time offers, which may not be combined with certain other consumer incentives. GMCL may modify, extend or terminate this offer, in whole or in part, at any time without notice. See dealer for details. ¥ Offer applies to eligible current owners or lessees of any model year 1999 or newer car that has been registered and insured in Canada in the customer’s name for the previous consecutive six (6) months. Credit valid towards the retail purchase or lease of one eligible 2015 model year GMC SUV, crossover and pickups models delivered in Canada between September 1, 2015 through September 30, 2015. Credit is a manufacturer to consumer incentive (tax inclusive) and credit value depends on model purchased: $750 credit available on eligible GMC vehicles (except Canyon 2SA, Sierra Light Duty and Heavy Duty); $1,000 credit available on all GMC Sierras. Offer is transferable to a family member living within the same household (proof of address required). As part of the transaction, dealer may request documentation and contact General Motors of Canada Limited (GMCL) to verify eligibility. This offer may not be redeemed for cash and may not be combined with certain other consumer incentives. Certain limitations or conditions apply. Void where prohibited. See your GMCL dealer for details. GMCL reserves the right to amend or terminate offers for any reason in whole or in part at any time without prior notice. ^ $2,250 is a combined credit consisting of $500 September Bonus (tax inclusive), $750 Owner Cash (tax inclusive) and $1,000 manufacturer to dealer finance cash (tax exclusive) for a 2015 Terrain which is available for finance offers only and cannot be combined with special lease rates and cash purchase.
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Published on Sep 18, 2015