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Sold-out strip show cancelled due to bylaw By TYLER OLSEN Aldergrove Star
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Aldergrove Strikers’ Cole Vanoene clears the ball as a Port Coquitlam Euro-Rite FC player challenges. Aldergrove Youth Soccer Club’s U14 Boys Strikers won their match this past Saturday against the PoCo Euro-Rite FC Lions, with a score of 3-0. Cup play continues for the next few weeks across the Fraser Valley District.
Customers are upset after a sold-out male strip show was cancelled because of an Abbotsford bylaw banning exotic dancing, according to the manager of the pub where the event was to be held. The Station Pub was to host male strippers from Magic Mike’s Canadian Playboyz, a group that puts on adult-themed shows across the country, on April 23. However, earlier this month, the pub was notified that a city bylaw specifically outlaws exotic dancing in bars and pubs. According to the bylaw, both the establishment and each strippers would be fined $500 if a show took place. The City of Abbotsford confirmed bylaw officials had contacted the pub about the event. The Station Pub’s manager, Nicole – she did not give her last name – told Black Press that neither the organizers nor the pub was aware the bylaw existed prior to booking the private event. “It’s sad,” said Nicole, who said substantial rev-
enue was lost. “A lot of people were upset about it.” She said the event was a private booking, and only those who bought tickets were to be allowed in. “We’re a pub. Everybody bought tickets to a private event. I don’t see why we couldn’t hold it.” The bylaw dates back to 1997, and bans all such shows, even if the performers do not remove all their clothing but are “substantially nude.” The site selling the tickets, told prospective customers: “You have seen the amazing Hollywood blockbuster movie “Magic Mike.” Now you have a chance to see the similar themed action, LIVE! Come and have fun for our ultimate ladies night :)”
Only women were to be permitted at the event. Tickets have since been refunded. Other shows have been scheduled for Langley, where exotic dancers are permitted but cannot go fully nude, and at Aldergrove’s Alder Inn, where nudity is allowed, according to Brad Alexander, the show’s operator. Alexander said bylaws regulating stripping vary across the country, with some municipalities permissive and others regulating how dancers can perform and how much clothing they can remove. In some locations, he said, even male strippers must cover their nipples. “These laws are so outdated,” he said.
An exotic dancing show scheduled for the Station Pub in Aldergrove area was cancelled because of a local bylaw.
Police investigating man’s false shooting claim Aldergrove Star
Langley RCMP are trying to figure out why a man made a false claim of being shot early Thursday morning in Aldergrove. Police were first called at around 4 a.m. Jan. 21 to attend a residence in the 27100 block of Fraser Highway where a male had arrived and indi-
cated he had been shot. Officers attended and located the victim, a 43 year old male who appeared to have suffered an injury to his shoulder. He was transported to hospital for treatment of his non-life-threatening injuries. Police were led to believe the
‘shooter’ may be in the area and out of an abundance of caution, the Lower Mainland ERT Team was called to attend to ensure the safety of the public. However, prior to the ERT Team’s arrival, police were advised by hospital staff that the injuries suffered by the victim do not appear to be consis-
tent with being shot. The request for ERT was cancelled and investigators are continuing with their investigation, and are looking for witnesses to this incident. If you have information that might assist with this investigation, please call Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200. Should you need to remain anon-
ymous, please call CrimeStoppers. There are four ways to leave an “anonymous tip” with Crime Stoppers: phone 1-800-222-TIPS (8477); website www.solvecrime. ca; text: BCTIP and your message to CRIMES (274637); or Facebook www.facebook.com/metrovancouvercrimestoppers.
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Parents fear changes could end community tradition By TYLER OLSEN Aldergrove Star
The loss of Grade 6 and 7 students from Bradner elementary school could spell the end for a 97-year-old tradition and lead to an exodus from the public system, parents say. The Abbotsford school district has proposed moving students in those grades from six rural schools to middle schools in the city core. The move would bring the rural schools – Bradner, Mt. Lehman, Aberdeen, Ross, Barrowtown and Upper Sumas – into conformity with the city’s other K-5 elementaries. But the proposal, which will be voted on by the school board in February, has drawn opposition from many parents. The district, which is holding information sessions on the proposal this week and next, says the inconsistency among elementary schools poses logistical challenges. They note that it also means the rural students also currently end up attending different schools in three consecutive years and don’t benefit from a “full middle school educational experience.” But Amanda McAllister, a parent of three Bradner students, said parents are unanimously against the proposal and have been discussing sending students to private schools or in the neighbouring Langley school
district, instead of the under-utilized Reimer middle school, as proposed by the district. An online survey she created found 109 of 114 Bradner and Mt. Lehman parents opposed the grade reconfigurations. McAllister says parents are devoted to Bradner’s grade structure and its community feel, and there are also worries that the annual May Day celebrations – which are organized by the Bradner Parents Advisory Council – will be affected by changes. Not only are Bradner parents instrumental in the events organization, but highlights of the 97-year-old event include a maypole dance by older Bradner students and the crowning of a May Day king and queen from among the Grade 7 class. “It’s a great tradition,” McAllister said. “It’s important to the school and important to the community, and it’s something special that we don’t want to lose.” McAllister said she attended a recent information session at Reimer and was impressed with the administrators and staff there. But she said if the Bradner kids end up dispersed around the region, then she may follow suit and would consider sending her children to a private school. “Bradner is a special area because we’re a sort of community,”
Parents of Bradner elementary students worry that moving the school’s Grade 6 and 7 students to Reimer middle school will put an end to the community’s 97-year-old May Day celebrations. McAllister said, adding that the school has done an excellent job at incorporating outdoor learning into the curriculum. “I think there’s something really special at Bradner that we don’t get anywhere else.” McAllister said she understands why the district has proposed the reconfiguration, but doubts that it
will succeed, given the resistance by parents. At Thursday’s information meeting for the school, she presented a proposal that would see Bradner designated a Kindergarten-to-Grade 8 Nature School of Choice. In an email to The News, Bradner parents Darren and Laurie Brader said they’re concerned about send-
ing students to Reimer because of the Townline Hill gang conflict, which has seen numerous criminal incidents – ranging from property crime to homicide – in the area over the last year. Similarly, Conny Corcoran wrote the school district to say she will look west to Langley if the Abbotsford school district follows through on its plan. “I have specifically chosen Bradner Elementary to be the best choice for my children because of the fact that it does go to Grade 7,” she wrote. “I do not believe sending my children into such a large sea of change at the age of 11/12 is at all appropriate for their mental stability … These are the years of so much change within themselves that they need the most stable environment that we can possibly provide.” In an email Thursday to Black Press, the district stated: “We look forward to the presentation of information and resulting discussions with parents at our three consultation meetings. So far, there’s been a good exchange of ideas and information, in a respectful and open atmosphere. “In February we will schedule follow-up meetings at each of the six rural schools, to review additional information and respond to some of the suggestions made.”
Brothers honoured for their life-saving actions By MONIQUE TAMMINGA Aldergrove Star
Two Langley brothers have been awarded the Vancouver Police Board’s highest civilian honour, the Certificate of Merit, for their roles in saving a life in August 2014. The two were among a larger group of individuals and officers honoured for acts of bravery during a ceremony at the Roundhouse Community Centre on Tuesday. In August 2014, Brian and Graham Haddon were driving with their family along Marine Drive during the morning rush hour, on their way to the Vancouver airport. The brothers were en route to the World Pipe Band Championships in Scotland, a trip that they make annually to compete as mem-
bers of the SFU Pipe Band. As they passed beneath the Knight Street overpass they heard horrific screams coming from a female motorcyclist who had just been run over by an SUV driving down the ramp. The Haddon family knew they needed to help. “I could see she was pinned under the front of the SUV,” said Brian on Tuesday after coming home from the ceremony. “When you see something like that, a switch just flips and you move into action. I think it helps that my parents are both first responders so it’s what we’ve always known and seen.” The family car pulled over and both brothers jumped out, running back into traf-
Brothers Brian (left) and Graham Haddon were awarded the Vancouver Police Department’s highest civilian honour, the Certificate of Merit, for their roles in saving a life in August, 2014. fic to help lift the SUV off the motorcyclist. Together with their father and another motorist they were able to provide enough space between the woman on the ground and the car that she could be pulled out. “The traffic was heavy and
moving quickly at that time of the day, and we were very concerned that all of the people involved at the scene had the potential to be injured by the passing cars being driven by distracted drivers, most looking at the rescue effort instead of the road—some even taking
pictures with their phones as they drove past at 60 km/h,” recalls mom Lori Haddon. “It was a very dangerous situation for everyone involved.” During the rescue Brian sustained a burn to his calf from the exhaust pipe of the motorcycle while holding the SUV up in the air. “It hurt but I knew I had to keep lifting the car,” he said. Once the motorcyclist was out of danger on the side of the road the Haddons rendered first aid until the Vancouver Fire Department crew arrived. As soon as the VFD took over her care, the family got back on the road in time to make the flight to Edinburgh. The Haddons found out later that the motorcyclist
sustained only minor injuries, thanks to them. “It was definitely one of the more memorable trips to Scotland,” said Brian. “My leg was bubbling a bit through the flight.” Brian, 20, is a third-year health sciences student and hopes to become a Vancouver police officer. Graham, 19, is a second-year arts student, but is studying sciences and math, with the goal of pursuing a degree in biomedical physiology and kinesiology. After he completes his degree at SFU he will train to become a respiratory therapist. The pair said the award is a “great honour” and that they were two among many others who had stepped up to save a life.
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Fraser Valley farmers say they have had their soil contaminated, their fields flooded and been harassed by the operator of the Trans Mountain Pipeline. Now they want payback. The allegations by members of the Collaborative Group of Landowners Affected by Pipelines (CGLAP) are contained in the group’s written submission to the National Energy Board (NEB), which will decide in the spring on whether to allow Kinder Morgan Canada to twin the pipeline, nearly tripling its capacity to 890,000 barrels of oil and other petroleum products per day. The group, which comprises rural Fraser Valley property owners who control 79 pieces of land through which about 60 kilometres of the pipeline runs, told the NEB that the pipeline affects their ability to farm. And while the group said they are not opposed to the pipeline, they told the NEB that Kinder Morgan Canada should compensate them on an annual basis. They also asked the NEB to order Kinder Morgan to follow through on assurances to protect the quality of farmers’ land. “CGLAP members and their ancestors have been dealing with inconvenience, and sometimes harassment, relating to the existing pipeline on their properties which Trans Mountain has been using for over 60 years,” the group said in its submission. Peter Reus, the president of the group, said Kinder Morgan should realize the landowners “want to be partners with them.” With the provincial government saying they won’t yet support the pipeline application, Reus said, “They need friends.” The CGLAP submission includes several affidavits about the hardships the pipeline has imposed upon members. One Abbotsford farmer, Ron Omichinski, said that in 2013, pipeline workers came to his property for a 42-day “integrity dig.” After smelling oil, Omichinski said he found oil-contaminated soil on a plastic tarp. He was later told that the oil was taken to a hazmat site in Chilliwack. Omichinski said he also had a hay mower destroyed after
running over a metal sign that had 30 metres on either side of the been laid down in a field without 18-metre-wide right-of-way. The notice. landowners say the zone, and a Another farmer, Ian Cooke, maze of rules dictating how land on said Kinder Morgan unilaterally it and the right-of-way can be used, decided to flood one of his fields imposes significant costs. nearly a decade ago. He said he The group has been in negotiareturned home one day to find that tions with Kinder Morgan for some water was being pumped by Kinder time, but the sticking point has Morgan from a dike onto his prop- been the CGLAP’s insistence on erty, forming a lake that he said cov- ongoing annual payments, instead ered about 20 acres on the back of of a one-time sum. In their submishis farm. He said he was later told sion, they suggest that compensaby a Kinder Morgan representative tion to landowners should “be fair, that the company was repairing a and even generous, because of the valve and had decided to pump meager historical compensation water onto his property because which these landowners were given it had been declined permission for the past 63 years’ use of their to discharge it towards the Vedder lands.” River. CGLAP is asking for $2,500 Pearl Singleton alleged that she per acre per year for the use of had been “harassed” by Kinder their land, plus a sum calculated Morgan helicopters flying over her on the amount of material being property and scarpumped along the pipeing her animals. line, which will carry She said the flights diluted bitumen from took place daily for Alberta’s oil sands. They a period of time, suggest that the owner and although they of a three-acre parcel of have been curtailed land crossed by a 500somewhat, they metre stretch of pipestill happen once or line should be entitled twice a week. In her to an annual payment affidavit, Singleton of just under $10,000. said a Trans Peter Reus of the Collab- Under such a formula, Mountain agent orative Group of Landown- Kinder Morgan would came to her home be required to pay out ers Against Pipelines. in 2012 to reach an $258,420 every year to agreement on access for surveying. CGLAP members. She said the agent was “aggressive, In discussions with other local and tried to belittle and bully” her. landowners, the company has The group also says Kinder offered one-time compensation Morgan has failed to adequately based on a percentage of the value cover the costs its pipeline impos- of land, as well as the workspace es on landowners. Farmer Phillip needed. One property owner told Graham said improper handling The News he was offered around 60 of his soils in 2001 hurt his crops per cent of the value of his land that for more than a decade, but that it would be included in the pipeline wasn’t until 2014 that he received easement. partial compensation for his losses. Asked to comment on the The landowners asked the NEB affidavits, the pipeline company to require Kinder Morgan to follow emailed a statement that said, in through on assurances that it will part: “Trans Mountain works with do its best to protect the quality of landowners along its pipeline netthe soil on their land, mitigate the work with the goal of treating each effects of the use of heavy machin- landowner fairly and equitably.” ery, and compensate farmers for The statement continued: ”We any crop losses. The group also take landowner concerns very expressed worries that, once con- seriously and make every effort structed, the pipeline would raise to resolve misunderstandings and temperature levels in the area and develop mutually acceptable soluimpact growing conditions. tions. We review all aspects of our The group also asked the NEB operations on a regular basis and to reconsider rules surrounding make changes and improvements as its “safety zone,” which extends needed.”
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Crafts and a scavenger hunt at Langley Centennial Museum are some of the free activities being offered at Township of Langley recreation, culture, and community centres on Family Day, which also include swimming and fun in local pools, active games, and free family workouts.
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Whether your clan likes to kick back with crafts, make waves in the pool, or expend energy on physical activity, there will be something for everyone at Township of Langley recreation community centres and the museum this Family Day. And in celebration of the special day, they will be offered for free on Monday, February 8. “Family Day is a great opportunity to get everyone together to try something new or enjoy a favourite activity as a group,” said James Marvel, Langley Township’s Manager of Recreation and Cultural Services. “We are really pleased to provide this chance for families to play, learn, and have fun together on Family Day.” The Township is especially pleased to offer the recreational and cultural activities at no cost, thanks to four $1,000 grants that were received from the Ministry of Community, Sport and Cultural Development, in partnership with the BC Recreation and Parks Association, to support Family Day events. “We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia,” Marvel said. “This funding has really helped us provide a variety of activities that will be enjoyed by families throughout our community.” Family Day events include a free Family Swim at the W.C. Blair Recreation Centre in Murrayville, at 22200 Fraser Highway. From 1 to 6 p.m., all ages can enjoy fun and games, led by Township play leaders in the water. New inflatables will be out for everyone to use and the waves will be running in the pool throughout the afternoon. Free admission will also be offered from
4 to 6 p.m. at the Walnut Grove Community Centre, at 8889 Walnut Grove Drive, where play leaders will offer active games in the gymnasium and lead the fun in the pool. Willoughby Recreation Centre, located in the Langley Events Centre at 7888 – 200 Street, will offer a free family event in the gym from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Feb. 8. The event will feature bouncy castles, face painting, prizes, basketball, and active play for all ages. There will also be a free family boot camp, family Zumba, and family workout. At the Langley Centennial Museum, at 9135 King Street in Fort Langley, a free Family Day event will run from 1 to 4 p.m.. Activities will include arts and craft projects and a scavenger hunt around the History Gallery where participants can unravel the secrets of the past and learn the history of Fort Langley. Guests can craft their own family crest and family tree, enjoy face painting, and win prizes. Families can also get in a silly photo booth and have the day captured by professional photographer Dennis Ducklow from Double Exposure Photography. “There was an overwhelmingly positive response to last year’s event,” said Maggie Lukban, arts and culture programmer for the Township, who noted the day’s activities are designed to strengthen family relationships by providing opportunities to learn and play together in an indoor, creative, and supportive environment. Guests can drop in and enjoy the fun any time during the free Family Day events at the museum and the three centres. Additional activities not funded by Province of BC grants may also be featured at the various locations. For details, visit tol.ca/events.
Editor: While I am sure someone in the Township office made an error in the requirements for a participant for the Seniors committee, unless I am incorrect asking a person between the ages of 16 and 24 for advice regarding seniors is ludicrous. I have grandchildren in this age group and although I love them dearly I would not for one second think they have anything to offer me for my future. I can hardly get a word out of them when I visit, the phone, computer and talk about the “latest” music star leaves me in limbo. My grandson is bound for the Air Force, we have nothing in common in this regard other than my pride in his commitment to Canada. My granddaughter thinks, and she has let me know, that I am so out of date in my thinking as to be considered a relic to be sympathized with. Further in my life so far, 78 years, I have never heard anything out of the mouths of people under 30 that makes sense. Terry Brenan, Aldergrove
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Editor: One of the reasons I’m so proud to be a resident of Langley Township is because it means I’m a member of an incredible community filled with hard working volunteers who volunteer solely because of their love of people, of helping and of Langley. I think we all know someone who is at every event we attend, either flipping burgers, mopping floors, setting up tables, driving people to appointments, coaching kids, organizing soccer, hockey, baseball, or the other many sports taking place in the township, caring for or assisting our seniors, planting gardens, selling raffles tickets, organizing fundraisers, mentoring kids, assisting in special events, putting up posters, being a member of a service organization to mention a few of the ways volunteers help by doing anything they can to contribute to our community. These are the people we want to honor and we need your help to do it. We need you to nominate that special individual that you know for the Flowerdew Award or that team of two that is always working together for the Arnason Award. The Flowerdew Volunteer Award, is given in recognition of a volunteer’s contribution to the promotion of an active living lifestyle which enhances residents’ quality of life through creative, cultural, physical, or social pursuits and enhances Langley’s community spirit. The Arnason Award is given to a couple for outstanding volunteerism in the Township of Langley. We know incredible people live in Aldergrove and we ask that you nominate them and let us recognize them for their wonderful efforts. Winners of these two awards will receive a cheque of $750 for the charity of their choice. Detailed criteria, and more information is available on the Township of Langley’s website at tol.ca/awards or you can contact Sarah Morris, Township of Langley Special Events Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 604-533-6148. We also encourage your secondary school to put forward the name of a student for the Pete Swensson Award given to a Langley student in Grade 11 or 12 in recognition of their athletic achievements, scholastic effort, community involvement, and personal qualities. The winning student receives a $750 scholarship to further their education. All accepted nominees will be honored at a special awards ceremony on April 7. Nomination deadline is Friday, February 12. Kari Medos, Township of Langley Recreation Culture and Parks Advisory Committee Member and Langley Awards Task Force Member
Celebrate ‘Family Literacy’ with your preschooler Aldergrove Star
January 27 marks Family Literacy Day in Canada – it highlights the significance of reading and engaging in literacy activities as a family and Fraser Valley Regional Library (FVRL) invites you to celebrate the day and beyond. This year FVRL has a new literacy program – 1,000 Stories Before Kindergarten for fami-
lies with preschoolers. Register your child for the free program by visiting any FVRL location. FVRL’s early literacy program encourages families to share 1,000 stories with their preschooler before they enter kindergarten. “Our innovative, self-paced program helps parents jumpstart their child’s literacy skills in the first years of life,” says
Heather Scoular, director of customer experience at FVRL. “It is well documented in both the learning and medical communities that children’s early experiences with books and reading help prepare them for school and set them up for success in later life.” Registered preschoolers receive a free keep-sake reading log to track the stories they
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child read together. Are your children past the preschool age? Literacy events for all ages happen throughout the year at FVRL. Search for events by visiting www.fvrl.ca and clicking on the Events tab. Join your library for special Family Literacy Day themed events throughout the last week of January at various FVRL locations.
Feeding children a priority
A Fraser Valley business owner with a long history of supporting worthy community projects has been honoured with an award of distinction for his role in the Aldergrove Starfish Pack program. Unitex Sales owner Bob Johnson was presented with a Rotary District Governor’s citation this week at a special ceremony. Johnson was recognized not only for his firm’s significant support of the Abbotsford Starfish Pack program, but also for supporting neighbouring communities and Rotary clubs that have introduced the Starfish Pack Program, including Aldergrove. The Starfish Pack Program provides two breakfasts, two lunches, two dinners and snacks for local school children in need to take home every weekend during the school year. Started in Abbotsford in 2013 in a single school for six students, the program has expanded into Aldergrove, Chilliwack, Langley and Coquitlam with a number of other B.C. communities working towards starting their own programs. Today, over 430 students in 33 schools are provided the weekend backpack in the five participating communities. Fifty backpacks are delivered weekly in three schools in Aldergrove alone. Unitex Sales not only provided all the backpacks used in the program at cost, but has also donated hundreds of backpacks free of charge to each of the Starfish Pack communities. Rotary District Governor Bill Robson made the
Rotary 5050 District Governor Bill Robson (left) presented the District Citation to Unitex Sales owner Bob Johnson. presentation to Johnson on behalf of all Rotary clubs which have benefited from Johnson’s generosity. “Bob Johnson’s significant support of Rotary and specifically the Starfish Packs, not only in Aldergrove but in other B.C. communities, has allowed multiple Rotary Clubs in District 5050 to save tens of thousands of dollars. [His] contributions are extremely worthy of district recognition,” said Robson. Bev Dornan, president of the Aldergrove Rotary Club, also thanked Bob and Unitex for their generous partnership in the Starfish program. “In the Aldergrove area, we are providing support to 50-plus children with backpacks of food during the school term and this support goes a long way to make this happen,” said Dornan.
In accepting the award, Johnson shared a challenge he received from the leaders of the Aboriginal communities; “Bob, do things in a good way.” Johnson said he believes the Rotary Clubs of Aldergrove and other communities are “doing things in a good way and is proud to be part of this great endeavor.” Johnson had previously spoken of growing up in poverty himself and knowing even as a small child that “a small gesture can make a huge difference in the life of a family that’s struggling.” Johnson concluded his acceptance of the District Governor’s Citation by announcing another donation of free backpacks to allow the program to expand further. He also challenged other local businesses to get involved in the Starfish program. To find out more, visit www. starfishpack.com and www.aldergrovestarfish.ca Chartered in 1990, Aldergrove Rotary Club is one of 32,000 Rotary Clubs worldwide. Aldergrove’s 33 members meet Friday mornings for breakfast to enjoy the camaraderie of friendship and business networking coupled with a mutual desire to create a positive impact locally and around the world. They meet at the White Spot in the Best Western Hotel, 264th and Fraser Highway every Friday morning from 7:10 to 8:10 a.m. For more information on Rotary Club of Aldergrove, visit www.clubrunner.ca/aldergrove
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Aldergrove Youth Soccer teams are well placed in the standings across all age groups with at least two more games to play in round robin cup play. Some teams have more games to be played due to field closures at other clubs. This is the time of year that Aldergrove athletes really appreciate the all weather facilities at Aldergrove Athletic Park. Many games are played under the lights as the club tries to accommodate all ages, which means some of the older teams kick off as late as 6 p.m. on some weekends. This past weekend fans saw exciting soccer with some games going to penalty kicks. The U17 girls as an example were tied in an energetic game and had to go to the penalty spot 10 times before they won.
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Aldergrove Adrenaline’s Lauren Jock (at left, with ball) in action Saturday. Aldergrove Youth Soccer Club’s U17 Girls Adrenaline went to shoot out and Aldergrove won in the tenth round of penalty kicks against their opponents, Vancouver United FC.
The Penticton 2016 BC Winter Games kick off in exactly one month and 1,738 of B.C.’s best emerging high performance talents have registered and are ready to be part of this celebration of sport and community which runs February 25-28. Ten of the participants are from Aldergrove. The 1,225 athletes are from every corner of the province and have trained to earn a place to represent their zone at the Games. Competing in 17 different sports, the athletes are an average of 14 years old and for most, this will be their first experience at a multi-sport Games. Special Olympians will compete in basketball and figure skating and athletes with a disability will compete in wheelchair basketball and para cross country skiing. These athletes will be supported by 333 coaches and 180 officials who have earned their certification in order to provide the best knowledge and expertise to the athletes and the competition. Aldergrove participants representing Fraser Valley (3) at the games are: Bussani, Lori (Biathlon, Assistant Coach); Bussani, Emmanuel (Biathlon, Athlete); Vanderwerf, Grayce (Diving,
Kodiaks snap losing streak, 3-1 win over Panthers Aldergrove Star
The Aldergrove Kodiaks finally overcame their losing streak with a 3-1 win away over the Port Moody Panthers Saturday night. The Kodiaks dominated the shots on goal, 41-18, as well as the scoring that night. Aldergrove took the lead in the first period with a goal by Cameron Davitt, assisted by Quinncy Leroux and affiliate Ty Pickering. After a scoreless second period the Kodiaks notched two more in the third before the Panthers closed the scoring in this game. Kodiaks’ scorers were Leroux from Derian White and Spencer Unger, unassisted. Neither team scored on the power play, with Aldergrove having seven chances and Port Moody five. First and second stars were Leroux and Davitt. Panthers’ keeper Jack Stradliotti was third star for his work in stopping 38 of the Kodiaks’ 41 shots.
The result leaves the Kodiaks firmly in third place in the Harold Brittain conference, with 40 points after 37 games (19-16-0-2), and ensures a spot in the playoffs next month. WOLF PACK TAKES WIN The Aldergrove Kodiaks suffered a disappointing 4-7 loss to the North Vancouver Wolf Pack at Aldergrove Arena, Jan. 20. It was the Kodiaks’ third loss in as many games and leaves the team stalled at 38 points after 36 games (18-16-0-2). The Mission Outlaws and Abbotsford Pilots lead the Harold Brittain conference with both teams tied at 53 points after 38 games, Aldergrove is in third place and Ridge Meadows Flames follow at five points behind the Kodiaks. Aldergrove had started out well and were leading 3-1 at the start of the second period. However, the Wolf Pack evened it up in the second to make it 4-4 going into the third, and scored three more in the third for the win.
Shots on goal were fairly even with 33 for the Wolf Pack and 31 for the Kodiaks, and both teams scored twice on four power plays each. Kodiak Cameron Davitt was the game’s third star for his goal and assist in the first period. Scoring for Aldergrove were Nathan Washington, Davitt, Deryk Kirchner (unassisted) and Spencer Unger. Davitt and Kirchner both scored on power plays. Assists came from Derian White, Davitt, Brandon Dolby, Davin Padgham, Eric Callegari and Kirchner. Next up for the Kodiaks is a home game Jan. 27 versus the Ridge Meadows Flames. The Kodiaks close the month with two back-toback away games, Jan. 30 and 31, against the Mission City Outlaws and Grandview Steelers, respectively. The Kodiaks will have four remaining regular season games in February before playoffs begin. The dates are at home Feb. 3 versus Delta
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New Generations, a popular one-week festival featuring new plays and emerging directors, returns to the TWU stage in the first week of February. This year’s lineup runs the gamut from quirky rom-com to hard-hitting human drama. Chasing Tina, written and directed by graduating BFA students, is an offbeat romantic comedy poking fun at everything from trendy diets to the modern dating scene. It should be loveat-first-smoothie for an idealistic philosophy student and the cynical barista who’s his perfect opposite… and with any luck, the customer is always right. In The Wooden Pear, by award-winning playwright Gillian Plowman, a troubled man fresh out of prison comes face-to-face with the victim of
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Aldergrove actor Nathan Murphy will be debuting his acting career on the TWU stage as an ex-con in in the play, The Wooden Pear. The Longest Way Home, by his crime. As they struggle to move on from the incident that BFA Acting graduate Audrey changed the course of their Herold, is an adventurous take lives, their emotionally charged on the will-they-won’t-they love encounter becomes a journey to story set in the far reaches of Saskatchewan. A group of hotredemption for them both.
shot American spies get way more than they bargained for in the Great White North. While they try to ignore the unrequited love issues in the team, a mischievous alliance of Rogue Mounties gives them a run for their money. This is Canadian culture at its funniest. Students from all corners of the campus, some making their stage debut, perform all three plays back-to-back in one fastpaced evening. Don’t miss the explosion of talent at New Generations, presented by TWU’s School of the Arts, Media + Culture (SAMC) from Feb. 2 – 6. The plays run Tuesday through Saturday at 7:30 p.m. with a Saturday matinee at 2 p.m. For tickets and information, visit www.twu.ca/theatre or call 604-513-2121 extension 3872.
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Symphony bursary with the Abbotsford Music Festival in 2015 and fourtime winner with the Richmond Delta Youth Orchestra. Isabel currently studies with Dr. Calvin Dyck in Abbotsford. This year she joined the Vancouver Youth Symphony Orchestra as co-principal second violin. Will Lin will perform the first movement of the Dvořák Concerto for Cello in B minor. At age seven, Will began participating in music competitions and had won top prize awards at state and national levels, not only in cello, but also double bass. At ten, he had his first public performance at the National Concert Hall that attracted a sellout audience and won a standing ovation. Will had the honour of studying under eminent cellist Professor Eric Wilson of UBC, and later Mr. Bo Peng of the music faculty of Kwantlen Polytechnical University in Langley. Rounding out the program, the symphony will present the Beethoven Symphony No. 7 in A Major. Now in its 32nd year, the Fraser Valley Symphony is the premier community orchestra of the region. Lindsay Mellor is the conductor. Concert is at Matsqui Centennial Auditorium, 32315 South Fraser Way in Abbotsford, Sunday, Jan. 31 at 3 p.m. Doors open at 2:30 p.m. Tickets are $20 adults; $15 seniors/students; $5 children (12 and under) and are available online at www.fraservalleysymphony.org and at the door, if available. For more information please visit www. fraservalleysymphony.org or call 604-744-9110.
Conversation Circles - at Aldergrove Library. If you are learning English and want to practice speaking with other people in a friendly, casual place then join us for weekly guided discussions about Canadian culture, food, current events and other topics. Held in partnership with Langley Community Services Society. Please pre-register. Thursdays, ongoing, 10 a.m. – noon. Moms, Reclaim Your Life! - at Aldergrove Library. Discover three easy ways to have more energy, compassion, and focus for you and your family. You’ll hear how to find the “me” inside the mom, and be the best mom you can be. Hands-on techniques and handouts to take home. Heather Rattai, Registered Clinical Counsellor with over 20 years experience. Please pre-register. Thursday, Jan. 28, 11:15 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. Corb Lund - with his band The Hurtin’ Albertans, Sunday, Jan. 31, 7:30 p.m. at Clarke Theatre, 33700 Prentis Avenue, Mission. Tickets $42.50 (plus facility fee and service charges) at Ticketmaster. Charge by phone at 1-885-985-5000 or online at www.ticketmaster.ca Ukrainian Soul Food – Perogies, cabbage rolls and borsch available on Friday, Jan. 29 at a fundraiser from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Ukrainian Cultural Centre,
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13512 - 108 Ave., Surrey. Eatin, take away, or ready for your freezer. Info: 604-531-1923 or 604-581-0313. Heart to Heart Valentine Dinner Fundraiser - Saturday, Feb. 13, 5:30 p.m. at Abbotsford Chances Playtime, 30835 Peardonville Road. Charitable event for ages 19-up. Dinner at 6:30 p.m. Live Band, 50/50 Draws, Silent Auction, $5 Free Slot Play Encore Members, Twoonie Toss, Door Prizes. Tickets $25. Proceeds to B.C. Heart and Stroke Foundation. To order tickets call 604856-1558. Abbotsford Women’s Connection - “Home Sweet Home Breakfast” Wed.. Feb. 10, 9:30-11:30 a.m. at Azalea Room, Garden Park Tower, 2825 Clearbrook Road. Cost $14. Featuring Kelly Pater from the Abbotsford Police Department on home security and speaker Jane Welsh will share “Transformed by Love”. Reservations: Joyce 1-792-8090 or Rose 604-852-8240 or abbyconnectreservations @gmail.com Scandinavian Club of the Fraser Valley - monthly pot luck dinner at 6 p.m., Monday, Feb. 8, at Masonic Hall, 33860 Pine St., Abbotsford. Featuring Finland. Come with your culinary contribution and enjoy the many delicious and interesting dishes. Guests and potential new members are
welcome. Info: call Len at 604857-2740 or Eigil at 604-8708601, or email jensenke@shaw. ca. Housing Workshop on Independent/Assisted Living - Attend to better understand the services and amenities offered in retirement community living. Wed., Feb. 10, 1:30 -3 p.m. at Langley Senior Resource and Recreation Centre, 20605 – 51B Ave. Please register at 604-5303020. Drop-ins welcome. Free, open to the public.
Cameron McKerchar (left) is Jonas and Jay Danziger is The Giver in Gallery 7 Theatre’s production of Lois Lowry’s The Giver.
The Giver - Gallery 7 Theatre presents Jan. 29-30 and Feb. 3-6, 7:30 p.m. with discount matinees on Jan. 30 and Feb. 6, 2 p.m. at Abbotsford Arts Centre,
2329 Crescent Way, Abbotsford. Tickets for evening performances are $25 adults, $20 students & seniors, $20 groups (8+) and $15 for children 12 & under. Tickets for matinee performances are $20 general admission and $15 children 12 & under. Purchase at House of James, 2743 Emerson Street, Abbotsford (1-800-665-8828 or 604-8523701) or online at www.gallery7theatre.com. Winter Crafts - Kids ages 8 to 12 are invited to the library to make winter crafts. Everyone will take home two crafts. Choose from a water bottle penguin, a set of miniature penguins, a family Valentine’s gift, or a special Valentine’s card. Murrayville Library, Friday, Jan. 29, 3:30-4:30 p.m. Artist Demonstration - Thursday, Jan. 28, 7-9 p.m. at W.J. Mouat School, 32355 Mouat Drive, Abbotsford, Room 307, with artist Laurie Thomasson. Drop-in fee for non-members $7. Info or to reserve, Carol Portree 604-8509694. Website www.MyArtClub. com Celebrate the Year of the Monkey - Families are invited to celebrate the Lunar New Year. Make a craft and a lucky envelope, and enjoy some New Year’s foods. All supplies are provided. Muriel Arnason Library, Tuesday, Feb. 9, 3:30-5 p.m.
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OUR COMPANY OFFERS: 1.) Attractive salary and beneﬁts including extended health, life insurance, critical illness insurance, employee assistance program, etc. 2.) Supportive, Engaged Atmosphere With Change Minded Management Group. 3.) Future personal growth and development program.
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Great opportunity to own! Fantastic 2 bedroom, 2 bath unit in Parkside Place. Cozy living room with gas heatilator fireplace with sliding doors to balcony and adjoining white kitchen. Large master bedroom with his & her closets and updated ensuite. Newer high efficiency washer and dryer. Park across the street & close to shopping, restaurants, transit, etc. Call today!
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If you are looking for a farm in the Otter area of Langley call today. I have a great one available, a 45 acre former dairy with 2 great homes, barns and lots of other outbuildings. Need a place for a winery or room for a new home site? Includes 2 road frontages. This is the ideal location. 1939 256 Street, Langley 6898759 6898770
Competition closes: February 10, 2016 We thank all those who are interested in this position, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
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Thursday, January 28, 2016 | THE ALDERGROVE STAR | 15
26791 FRASER HWY
READY TO GO
This subdivision has had 3rd reading and is ready to be subdivided so if you are looking for two affordable lots to buy check this one out. Or rezone duplex or a large single family lot as it is over 10,000 sq ft.(1/4 acre). Make your offer!
1200 sq ft rancher on a 10000 sq ft lot (1/4 acre) Home needs repair but in a great area that is going to make you money down the road with large lot. Tenant already in place here just buy and hold.
Looking for affordability, then here it is. This is one of the nicest 1-bedroom unites around today with very open plan and the morning sun in your unit, and shade late in the day. Very clean and private deck too, located in building #4 of Willowcreek development. Looking for a nice place to call your own and have your own space then this is it.
Very clean fully finished bsmt home on a 9000 sq ft lot with 1530 sq ft on the main floor could be 4 bedrooms up this is worth a second look. Gas fireplace and open plan with room for the whole family to grow has covered deck for the BBQ in the rain Neat and clean put this on the must see list.
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Have a look here, you can be in before school starts on this one. All updated with new flooring and new paint and updated kitchen, so all the work that you did not want to do when you bought your next home is already completed. 3 or 4 bedrooms, you can choose, this is worth a look.
Now for sale at a reduced price, this is worth a look. Over 3,000 sq ft of space and a 5660 sq ft lot in a redevelopment area of Aldergrove. Got a small business or thinking of starting one? Check this out today.
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26927-28B AVE $ 549,900
Langley airport T Hangers. Individual bays available to purchase Get your plane inside and have your own hanger bay…Safety and security. Only 10 available. Hanger # 22 west side of airport call for more info.
Completely updated bsmt home that is ready for your family to come home to. New kitchen, bathrooms, flooring, concrete floor downstairs, new furnace, new hot water tank - new everything! Bsmt unfinished at this point but could easily be suited if you need to. Don’t pass this one up call today.
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2016 Crew Cab XLT
• Military Grade Aluminum Body, 3.5L TIVCT FFV Engine, 6 Speed Automatic Transmission • Power Windows/Locks/Mirrors, SYNC Voice Activated Bluetooth, Cruise Control • 17" Aluminum Wheels, Remote Keyless Entry, Passive Anti Theft System • P245 All Season Tires, Air Conditioning, Sirius Satellite/XM Radio w/6 Month Prepaid • Halogen Headlamps, Fog Lamps, Chrome Bumpers, 40/20/40 Saets W/Full Size Rear Seats
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Dealer may sell or lease for less. Limited time offer and avialbilty. Offers only valid at MSA Ford Sales. Retail offers may be canceled or changed at any time without notice. Limit one (1) incentive redemption per Eligible Model sale. Some offers are not rain-checkable. All prices are plus taxes and fees. See dealer for complete details for all advertised offers. All offers good on in-stock MSA Ford Sales vehicles only. All offers subject to prior sale. All available Ford incentives, Holiday Bonus Cash, Ford Loyalty/Conquest, MSA Finance cash, Non finance cash, Non stackable Cash, and rebates/credits/allowances/rates have been used in advertised prices. Some rebates and credit may be taxable. Financing/Leasing on approved consumer or business credit. Vehicle(s) may be shown with optional equipment or may not be exactly as shown. For factory orders, a customer may either take advantage of eligible Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited retail customer promotional incentives/offers available at the time of vehicle factory order or time of vehicle delivery, but not both or combinations thereof, subject to incentive rules and eligibility. Year End Cash on available on select 2015 and 2016 in stock vehicles. Some incentives may not be combinable or offered with other incentives. Our advertised prices include Freight, and P.D.I., Add dealer documentation and registration fees of $420, and applicable taxes and fees. Lease Offer Total Paid $11,225.00. Lease end value is $22,979.99 plus applicable taxes. First payment, taxes and some fees due at delivery. Lease LAPR is 0% for 24 months. Ford Credit 0% or low APR Financing not compatible with Ford non-stackable cash, MSA finance cash, Ford or MSA lease offers or MSA Discounts or bonuses. All prices do not include any added equipment or options that may have been installed by dealer. All offers expire January 30th, 2016 at 5:00 pm (PST).
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