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Volume 15, Issue 32

August 15, 2012

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Identity of climber confirmed A 108 Mile Ranch man died August 8 in a mountaineering incident according to the BC Coroners Service. Jon Howard Sortome, 52, died in the incident in Glacier National Park near Golden, BC last week. Sortome and his adult son had been attempting an ascent on the Mount Rogers glacier when they encountered severe weather conditions. They fell a significant distance down the mountain. Sortome's body was recovered on August 9.

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Bear dumped with paws removed Conservation officers are investigating an incident out west this summer where a black bear was found dead, with its paws cut off and some of its organs possibly removed. The carcass was found at the Riske Creek dump site off of Highway 20 Tuesday,

July 17. Conservation officer Jeff Piwek said shooting a bear out of season as well as possessing parts of dead wildlife is illegal in British Columbia and the Conservation Officer Service is currently looking into the matter. Piwek said how or

why the bear was killed is unknown at this time. Anyone with information regarding the bear is encouraged to contact the Conservation Officer Service (COS). He said the public is a great asset in passing along information to the Conservation Officers and have

Anahim Lake Share Shed destroyed by fire Surveillance camera footage being reviewed The Cariboo Regional District’s (CRD) West Chilcotin Landfill Share Shed was burnt down in the afternoon of Sunday August 5, 2012. The cause of the fire is not yet known, however arson is suspected and surveillance camera data is currently being reviewed. If anyone has information on

the fire, please contact the Cariboo Regional District’s Solid Waste Management Department at 250392-3351 or toll free at 1-800-665-1636. Tips and information reported to the CRD will remain anonymous. Share sheds across the CRD are provided for the reuse of household items, which reduces landfill mate-

rial and promotes the recycling. However, the abuse and vandalism of share sheds is increasing the maintenance and operating costs to taxpayers throughout the region. The West Chilcotin Share Shed could be replaced, but the CRD needs feedback from community members that a new shed is desired. To provide comments, or for fur-

Busy week for lakecity RCMP The Williams Lake RCMP was kept busy with auto thefts and other incidents over the weekend. They responded to approximately 80 calls for service, many of them related to auto theft. On Thursday morning, the RCMP responded to a complaint of a theft of a Dodge pickup truck from the Wildwood area. The vehicle was stolen some time during the night from the owner’s driveway. There were no suspects, witnesses, and no evidence. The truck was later located on Frizzi Road near the river bottom trail. The vehicle had extensive damage to it. No suspects were found at the scene and the matter is still under investigation. Later that same morning, the RCMP were called to Frizzi Road to a report of two stolen vehicles on the road and reports of a possible collision. When the officers arrived, one of the vehicles was on its side on Frizzi road, with the ignition punched out. The owner stated that he had last seen the vehicle the previous night. No suspects, witnesses or evidence at this time. Incident is still under investigation.

assisted the COS many times in the past. Members of the public are requested to please continue reporting any poaching, polluting or problem wildlife issues to the COS Report All Poachers or Polluters (RAPP) hotline, any time day or night, at 1-877-952-7277.

Police also responded to a report of a stolen vehicle where a Black Dodge Dakota pickup had been stolen from the owner's home sometime overnight on Thursday. The vehicle was later located in the parking lot of Marshals 150 Mile Store. No suspects have been identified and the matter is still under investigation. On Saturday, the RCMP received a complaint that a quantity of fishing gear and gas being stolen from a dock on Horsefly Lake Landing. No suspects have been identified in

theft at this time. Also on Saturday, the RCMP received another report of a stolen vehicle. The owner reported his blue 1992 Jeep Cherokee had been stolen overnight. The owner found the vehicle gone in the morning and there was broken glass on the driver’s side. The Jeep had large off-road tires and a roof rack. A witness stated that the jeep was last seen driving away at around midnight. There are no suspects at this time and the matter is still under investigation. On Sunday the

RCMP received a residence alarm complaint on Litzenburg Crescent. Police attended to find that the exterior window by the kitchen was open, with the screen removed. The police were unable to determine if anything was stolen during the break in and the matter is still under investigation. The Williams Lake RCMP strongly encourages anyone who observes any suspicious activity or has information concerning any thefts to call the Williams lake Detachment or Crimestoppers.

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Courtney Taylor Cariboo Advisor Kim Culbert started her affair with photography back in 2000 when she was given an old SLR camera from her dad and taught herself how to use it. Now she has a collection of nine different cameras, and runs her own photography business called Kim Culbert Photography, specializing in portraits. “My business focus is on portraits of families, newborns, children and the occasional wedding, but I still have a love for photographing landscapes and florals, which is where I started,” she said. Culbert’s landscape photos from the Cariboo-Chilcotin are currently on display in the Art Walk at the CRD Williams Lake Library, something she

said just happened by accident. “My good friend Nathan Hornby is dating Caroline Derksen, the librarian at the Library, and they were recently down visiting,” said Culbert, who lives in Coquitlam with her husband and children. “She started pointing out different photos saying she liked them and all the ones she liked were taken in the Chilcotin.” Culbert said Derksen told her about Art Walk and that the library was looking for an artist and asked her to be it. “I was flattered and immediately said yes,” she said. “I have 12 photos on display, four are available for purchase and the others are on loan.” How she ended up in the Chilcotin to take the photos is thanks

Courtney Taylor Cariboo Advisor A group of around 30 people came together to celebrate the opening of Serenity Gardens, a project six years in the making Saturday afternoon. Serenity Gardens is located in the Williams Lake Cemetery, and is a cremation garden – a space with different options for family members. “Currently there are three column bariums – two pillars and a wall, as well as a scattering garden,” said Ron Malmas, managing director of Compassionate Care Funeral Home. “It’s a space for the cremation remains of loved ones, full of choices on how to honour the loved ones.” The project is a joint

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Mayor Kerry Cook along with Compassionate Care Funeral director Ron Malmas cut the ribbon to officially open the long awaited Serinity Gardens. endeavor by the City of Williams Lake and Council,

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Kim Culbert. ing along in the forest.” Another project Culbert and her husband Fraser are working on is putting together a book of her photos and his poetry. “It’s something we just thought of in the last year or so that we wanted to do just for us,” said Culbert. “But the more people we told about the more interest there was in others wanting to have a copy too so we are looking to get a book published and the library here

has already requested a copy.” Culbert said she is thrilled and honoured to be apart of this year’s Art Walk, her very first in such an event, and she extends her thanks to everyone who made it possible. “Kudos to the organizers – it’s a big event and they have done a great job putting it on,” she said. Check out Culbert’s photos at the CRD Williams Lake District Library until September 8.

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to her supportive husband who brought her to Chilcotin way back in the late 1990’s and they have been exploring ever since. “My husband grew up in Williams Lake, and we came out for a camping trip when we are dating, we now come at least one a year to visit his parents who now have a cabin on Eagle Lake,” she said. “My husband is really great, he never minds pulling over and waiting while I get my shot.” Culbert said she loves the variety that the Chilcotin area provides for landscape photography. “There are rivers to flow down, mountains to climb, and trails to explore by horseback,” she said, “And there is always something new to discover while walk-

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America, and such spaces for the remains springing up. “We approached city council with our ideas, and they were very receptive,” he said. “It took a number of years, but I am thrilled we have finally opened the garden.” He said the atmosphere they were trying to achieve was peaceful and park-like, and the space is complete with soothing music 24/7, lights at night, the log gazebo, and the column bariums in a beautiful garden setting. “I think the space turned out beautifully,” said Shirley Pat-Gale, a Rotary member, “It’s really important to take care of the whole cycle of life of a community and this was one way to give back to the community.”


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Reporter says farewell Courtney Taylor Cariboo Advisor Well, after an eventful 14 months as a young reporter in the lakecity, it is time for me to move on to my next adventure. I have decided to complete my schooling to get a degree in communications majoring in journalism and will begin my studies at Mount Royal University in Calgary in just a couple of weeks. As I worked on the paper this past week, it was tough to comprehend that it was my last one. I have thoroughly enjoyed my time here at the Cariboo Advisor and have learned so much along the way. In the last few weeks I have really noticed how passionate I am about the paper, how it looks, what’s in it, and with our new facebook page I never thought I would get so excited over a few ‘likes’, but I have and it’s because this paper has been a huge part of my life over the past 14 months and it’s going to be hard to leave it behind. Not only have I really grown as a reporter and journalist, but I have had the opportunity to

see my hometown in a different light. When I left town as a bright-eyed 20 year-old itching for something more, something exciting, I had no idea what I was leaving behind. I couldn’t wait to leave the puddle in the dust and start new in the big city. This go around I am a little sadder about leaving, I have met some incredible people who truly love this little city and want nothing but the best for it. I have met people who have spent their own personal time to get programs, clubs, and events off the ground and to help the community grow stronger. I have met politicians who love this town and want big things for its future. Over the past year and a bit I had the chance to go to lots of events that before I had no idea were even happening. Some highlights included discovering the community of Horsefly, heading out west to Churn Creek, covering different sporting events like the Kids Sport Classic,

soccer tournaments/ camps and of course the famous Williams Lake Stampede, which I had front row seats for. I also had the chance to have a ride in a tiny three person 1941 Cessna airplane, tag along for the Cariboo-Chilcotin Fire Centre’s control burn in Becher’s Prairie, and meet the likes of Carey Price, Angus Reid and Travis Lulay, Premier Christy Clark, and NDP leader Adrian Dix. It has been an amazing year that I will never forget besides professionally it being memorable, but personally as well. My granddad, Richard Taylor, and I spent quality time together whether it be at family dinners, a morning tea I just dropped by for, interviewing for the Remembrance Day themed story I wrote about his time in Air Force, or a friendly game of crib over my time back in Williams Lake. All of these small, and what seemed like insignificant moments are now engrained in my memory because it ended up being my last year with granddad because he lost his battle

with cancer this past May. I also had the chance to reconnect with my little brother who was really just a kid when I left, and now as a young adult we have bonded over similar interests. It’s going to be a lot harder to leave my family as a 25-year-old woman because I have made genuine connections with my cousins, aunts, uncles, brother, sister and parents. I am not itching to leave them behind and have my own independent life (well, I am looking forward to that just a little). What I am looking forward to is moving forward in my life; achieving the goals I have set for myself and embracing my new chapter in my life. I am going to miss my Cariboo Advisor family dearly, as well as all the people I have met, and of course I am going to miss my own family. It’s time to move on to the next chapter and jump in with both feet just like I did a year ago when I started the job as the reporter for the Advisor.

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What would you be if you could live your life over? If I could live my life over I would like to be a a dancer, a singer, a pilot with my own plane, a professional scuba diver and hang out at the Great Barrier Reef, an actor on stage in a wonderful performance, a novelist and a gourmet chef. And that’s just for starters. While we strive to accomplish our goals, we only have so much time as a life lived. We can choose to use it wisely or spend it foolishly. Do we achieve what we set out to achieve, or does our life circumstance get in the way? Events occur unexpectedly and throw us off course. Stay the course they say. For me, to embrace life fully, with enthusiasm, and hopefully with grace, to experience all that we can, is  the ultimate success in

a life well lived. So where did we go in life? Are we where we wanted to be? Are we directed by a higher source of being, our soul self? Do we change our fate by wrongful choices, missed opportunities or shallow reactions to events? (Only to regret our behavior after the fact.)  I believe we know at heart the right course of action, if we are centered in self, listen to our inner voice, follow our true

passions and have a firm grip on our talents. Yes talents, as we are all gifted and often in many ways. “Life isn’t about finding yourself, its about creating yourself ”, to quote George Bernard Shaw.  My younger sister had a yen to be a dancer, so my mother enrolled her in a tap dancing class. Which for sis, only lasted one lesson. She dropped out, couldn’t handle the discipline. The dancing career no doubt a whim? Anyway, my mother went to get her money back but the instructor wouldn’t come up with it. “After all, a contract is a contract”.; he said. So my mother took the lessons herself, learned how to tap dance and loved it. She was good at it too. I even went

to her recital among a myriad of little girls. Now, it would never have occurred to her to do such a thing given a choice and brought up as she was in an era of restriction, cultural prejudice and sense of personal limitation.  In my case, I had a yen too, to be a writer and as well as becoming a filmmaker among other things, I brought into myself a sense of inferiority and delusion that I was not trained as a writer and was really not a wordsmith but a creator of images. How wrong was I and it wasn’t until I reached my 70’s that I took the plunge became a true writer at heart and guess what? I love it, its become my thing. To me, easy and productive. It doesn’t cost anything other than my time and inclina-

tion and its immediately satisfying as creative output. The talent, the gift, (if I may be so immodest), is there. It was always there but tucked away behind a sense of what was expected of me and the limitations of a small town boy from a working class background,  Herewith, one of my favourite quotes from the I Ching,  the great Chinese book of divination.  “The destinies of men are subject to immutable laws that must fulfill themselves. But man has it in his power to shape his fate, according as his behaviour exposes him to the influence of benevolent or destructive forces.” People live within the frontier of their awareness of life and have the potential to push back that frontier or remain secure

within it. “Life shrinks or expands according to one’s courage”; said Mother Theresa . So it is fear and disbelief that holds us back. Doubts too slow us down, one tends to hesitate if one is doubtful. Doubts of course, being the expression in our minds of all possible realities. Do we accept the worst case scenario or the best? Fear restricts, while love expands and only love conquers every fear. Then there is that great human disease called denial. Denial of truth, denial of self and the lack of self acceptance, self love. I believe that when one contemplates one’s best interests (and that of others along with it), that the best path to self fulfillment comes from loving self and all oth-

ers along the way. Then we find that things just harmonize and our life serves up the truth of who we are and what we are to do. Herewith is an apt thought left to us from Ralph Waldo Emerson; “What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.”   So don’t buy into limitation, when they tell you; “you can’t do that,” question their authority. For it is our God-given right to live a life  of abundance and joy. A life of creative expression. A life in harmony with each other and the all of existence. When we are connected to our true source of being, we are unlimited. So there you have it, we are far more than we think we are and far more capable too. Break out!


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Way to go Canada, well done I think our country showed great spirit and determination in the London Olympics. We had some nice surprises and of course some disappointments, like the infamous soccer game with United States. Poor refereeing for that calibre of sports. Our men and women performed well on the world stage and for sixteen days we watched TV religiously to see our Canadian athletes and those from other countries compete. I love the patriotism that explodes when the Olympic games are taking place. A touching moment in the games came when Diana Matheson scored the goal against

Council invites the community to Kids Running For Kids celebration barbecue Mayor Kerry Cook and Williams Lake City Council invites the community to help raise even more funds for B.C. Children’s Hospital by attending a barbecue for the Kids Running for Kids group. City councillors will be cooking hot dogs at 6 p.m. in Boitanio Park on Thursday, August 16. Sam Tudor, Marin

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log onto the website there are five questions to fill out...simple stuff, but information the branding committee and the consultants can use in determining how we should tell the world about our community. www.williamslake.placebrand. ca The city says if you fill out the survey it will go a long way to help them uncover the elements that make us unique and distinctly appealing Here are the questions 1. What are some of the secret reasons you love Williams Lake (reasons you would probably never say out loud to somebody ) 2. What are 3 inspirational words would you use to describe

Patenaude, and Drum & Bell Tower perform at 5 p.m. and again at 7 p.m. to close out this summer’s Performances in the Park series, organized by the Central Cariboo Arts and Culture Society.. On June 30, approximately 70 local

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for $77,726.47 to the Hospital Foundation. Kids Running for Kids is still gratefully accepting donations, and is looking to reach $100,000 raised. Any donations made at the barbecue or before August 26 will be matched

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A highlight of the Boy's and Girl's Club's Street Party are the spray painting creations the kids had the opportunity to create. Matthew Jacques, 10, shows off his artwork Friday night at the street party.

Courtney Taylor photo

Terri Fuller's homemade baking goods are one of the choices for Farmer Market goers at the Oliver Street Market. Fuller along with her mom bring a range of treats to sell at the market including cookies, cinnamon buns, loafs, bread and much more.

Williams Lake and District Credit Union FSR Cindy Albrechtsen, along with Constable Chris Ives, who is riding in the Tour de North in September serve up some delicious hamburgers and hotdogs at the second Cops for Cancer BBQ held at the Williams Lake and District Credit Union, who is a big supporter of Cops for Cancer, while Constable Brendan Charna stops by to support the cause Friday afternoon.

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The Williams Lake Senior's Village's General Manager Elaine Macdonald (middle), presents Lorna Crooks with the Employee Excellence Award Thursday afternoon. Also pictured are the other final nominees SylkeThamerus, Debbie Engen, and Evelyn Daniels Missing is Bev Johnson who was also a final nominee, the five were narrowed down from a long list.

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Bride Lisa Parkin arrives in style to her waiting groom Tyler Jorgensen (not pictured) on Saturday thanks to Wayne and Kathy Perterson's helicopter. The wedding took place at their home on Ferguson Road 150 Mile house.

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Kerry Cook gets her stamp from the Bean Counter, one of 45 stops on the Art Walk, on Thursday during the guided tour walk. The children's art work from the silent auction Thursday will also be a stop along the Art Walk.

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Courtney Taylor photo

The group of 19 swimmers stike a pose before taking to the water for the third annual Smoke on the Water open water races at Chimney Lake Sunday morning.

Third Annual Smoke on the Water It was a nice day for a morning swim as 19 swimmers took to Chimney Lake for the third annual Smoke on the Water open water races Sunday morning. There were three distances to choose from, with the most popular being the two longer races. Eight swimmers swam the three km race as well as the 1500 km race, while three swimmers swam the 750 m race. Ten-year-old Lindsay Sanford was the fastest in the 750 m race, she finished in 18:40, Wayne Rich finished

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in 20:30, and Kasha Vitoratos finished in 22:56. In the 1500 m race, Garnett Currie from Quesnel finished in a record time of 25:08 taking first in his age category as well as first overall. Natasha Hansen from Quesenl finished in a close second with a time of 26:03, Geneva Gordon finished with a time of 28:31, followed by Kyleigh Williamson with a time of 28:53, Billy Longland finished with a time of 31:12, Jennifer Anderson finished in 35:27, Deena Williamson finished

in 35:27, and Maia Vitoratos finished in 36:04. In the three km race the big winner was 20-year old Victoria Reid, who has been in Williams Lake since May, but did most of her swimming well living in Duncan, BC. She finished in a record time of just 46:14. She is currently going to Stony Brook University in New York on a swimming scholarship. Danica Robson was the next swimmer in for the three km race, she finished in 55:17, flowed by Martine Cyr who finished in 56:19,

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These eight swimmers are all smiles Sunday morning, even after swimming three km. Veronica Reid, second from the left, was the big winner finishing her race in just 46:14. Mike Oswald finished with a time of 58”41, Kiah Wallace-Webb finished in 59:21, Jodie Capling had a time of 1:07:37, and Rudy

Wasenaar finished in 1:14:03. Lynn Capling also completed the three km swim. Martine Cyr, and Geneva Gordon both

have swam in the Smoke on the Water all three years, and Marilyn Haines said the number of swimmers continues to increase each year.

The Williams Lake Blue Fins club put on the event, and they would like to thank the volunteers who made the event possible

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Bronwyn Pocock dribbles the ball upfield Monday morning during the Champions Soccer Camp at Marie Sharpe. 45 participants laced up their boots for the free five day camp. through their paces by coaching co-coordinator Brad Thiessen and his volunteer staff. The five-day camp will conclude this Friday highlighted with a visit from the Williams Lake Fire Department. The fire truck is scheduled to arrive at 11am Friday to cool off the soccer players and that will be followed by a B-B-Q lunch at noon. All participants are welcome to register for the camp for any or all of the remaining three days. The camp runs from 9:30am to noon. Champions Soccer Camp would also like to thank The Kiwanis

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Sean Glanville Cariboo Advisor The Champions Soccer Camp kicked off this Monday morning at Marie Sharpe Elementary field. The camp is free and offered to youth ages 5-12. “It’s about learning new skills and hopefully giving the kids a hobby that they can stick with and keep playing for years to come,� said organizer Ryan Penner. “We offer this camp free because we want it to be accessible for everyone and the motto is that every kid is a champion.� The annual camp, which was started back in 2000, was resurrected this year after a two year hiatus. Due to the terrible smoke from the wildfires in the summer of 2010 the camp was called off and last year was cancelled due to organizational difficulties. The 45 kids registered for this year’s camp and are being put

Submitted Betty Donahue, RPT So you’ve registered to participate in the 20th Annual Tour de Cariboo on September 8, 2012. What equipment will you need? A body and a bike in good working order are most important. Whether you choose a road bike (the traditional 10 speed style with the dropped handle bars), a mountain bike or a hybrid bike (generally used for commuting and touring) depends on the type of riding you intend to do. Be aware that the

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The Eagle Point home plan incorporates vaulted spaces for enjoyment of the exposed timber frame and natural light while maintaining a cozy feel. In addition to, the structural design incorporates: An energy efficient envelope is created with: • a low surface area to living space ratio • an ICF basement, • R 28 staggered stud walls to avoid thermal bridging, • an R-50 vaulted ceiling with no thermal bridging and • triple-glazed windows (high solar gain on the south) Other features include: • Easy access to several outdoor living spaces • Room for all the essentials on the main floor • Opportunities for additional bedrooms or a suite with private entrance in the basement • Covered and open decks to help you find just the right amount of sun or shade


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Celebrity designer celebrates sights and scents are on the opposite side of the color wheel. For example, if the walls are a warm shade of yellow or gold, a container filled with blue flowers, such as hydrangeas, delphiniums or sapphire orchids, makes a bold statement. And in the green room? Try flowers in shades of purple and violet. “I think the greatest thing in the world is to bring your own vase or container to the florist

Kelli Ellis is an interior designer for all seasons. But when spring rolls around each year, she is truly in her element. An award-winning celebrity interior designer, textile designer and design psychology expert, Ellis’s work is everywhere, from television (as a featured designer on TLC’s “Clean Sweep,” HGTV’s “Takeover My Makeover,” and Bravo’s “Real Housewives of Orange County” as well as guest spots on NBC, CBS and ABC) and the Web (as eHow. com’s interior design expert) to print media (as the monthly design advice columnist for the Orange County Gazette). Known for her love of flowers and floral design, Ellis also serves as a spokesperson for the Society of American Florists. For Ellis, spring offers endless opportunities to update and refresh interior spaces with touches of color. While she always recommends starting with a neutral foundation that includes walls and major pieces of furniture in shades of white, beige or brown, Ellis loves to add seasonal flourishes by changing up accents and accessories. “With a neutral

foundation,” explains Ellis, “you don’t have to invest a lot of time or money to refresh. Once you have the basics -those pieces of furniture that you absolutely love and will stand the test of time -- the sky’s the limit in terms of changing accents such as valances, pillows, rugs, candle holders -- even the matting on a picture. A neutral foundation opens the door to a new look with minimal changes.” According to Ellis, one of the best -- and easiest -- ways to add seasonal color and refresh a living space is with fresh flowers displayed in a variety of containers. Fresh flowers not only enliven a room and bring in the sights and scents of the outdoors, they are perfect for playing up color and color combinations. “A lot of people are afraid of color in their decor, so a less scary way of introducing color is with flowers and vases,” Ellis notes. “Fresh flowers can go with any type of decor and generally last as long as your mood, so there are endless opportunities to experiment without making a longterm commitment.” Decorating with flowers begins with choosing a container that is in

sync with the season and the style of your home, counsels Ellis. “There are so many container options for every type of decor,” Ellis says. “If your home leans toward country, think about using old decanters, tins or even wooden boxes. For contemporary homes, glass vases with clean lines work best. And for traditional homes, go with urns or ornate vases.” The same principal applies to the flowers themselves. Mixed flowers tend to be more traditional; bunches of local flowers lend a homey, just-picked quality to a casual or country home; and monochromatic arrangements ooze modern. The key, notes Ellis, is to pair flowers with both their containers and the indoor environment in which they will be seen. Next comes color. While Ellis leans toward monochromatic arrangements of white flowers -- stargazers, lilies, roses and orchids are among her personal favorites -she nevertheless appreciates the “pop” of color that can be achieved with bolder blossoms. When choosing flowers for a particular spot or room, Ellis advises looking at complementary colors -- those that

and ask for something special that works with it,” she reveals. “Not every florist has a vase that suits your taste or will work in a particular spot, so I take in my containers and say, ‘I want something blue.’ Then I’m both surprised with the result and certain that it will work with the decor.” To learn more about Ellis and her latest projects, visit her online at kelliellis.com.

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What’s the Scoop! your guide to what’s going on in Williams Lake

To place your non-profit event listing you are invited to email no later than Thursday for the following week’s edition of the Cariboo Advisor reporter@caribooadvisor.com New show at the Station House Gallery – for the month of August, Montreal artist Edwin Janzen will show his report on the activi-

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August there will be ‘Community RootsInspirations from the Potato House Project’. The show will run from July 5 to August 30. The original farmer’s market – The Friday Farmer’s market at Boitanio Park 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Bedding plants, veggies, baking crafts and a lot more - hot lunch served. Saturday Oliver Street Market - at Herb Gardner Park starting at 9:00am – baking, veggies, crafts and lots more will be running until October. Join the Kids Runing for Kids Auguest 16 starting at 5 p.m/ at Boitanio Park as they go for a run around town, at 6 p.m. the City of Williams Lake

along with Mayor and Council are hosting a BBQ for help raise more funds for the BC Children’s hospital. Over $90,000 has been raised so far and funds raised until August 26 are being matched by CN Rail. Come meet the kids and show your support. On August 16, the CDC will be hosting a silent auction and a free family event in Spirit Square (1st and Oliver) from 11am-2pm. The event schedule is as follows: 11am-noon: Art Exhibit and Silent Auction Noon-2pm: free lunch, live music by Catfish, and a handson creation station by Maureen Chappell, Creative Hands! August 15- Much

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Music Dance presented by the Punky Lake Wilderness Camp. Come out and have a good time with friends tonight 7 p.m. at the Gibraltor Room. It’s $7 to get in, free refreshments and great prizes to be won. Maureen Chappell of Creative Hands offers a summer art program for ages 7 to 16 and will be available each Monday until August 27, 2012. There will be one class from 9:30am to 1:30pm at Miocene Hall, then a class at 150 Mile Hall from 2:30pm to 6:30pm.This nineweek program will feature a variety of techniques to enable students to develop new skills while they work with a number of materials, creating oneof-a-kind projects. The cost is $40.00 per week or register for all nine weeks for $330.00. Tax and supplies are included. Call Maureen at 250-620-3367 for more information. The Boys and Girls Club of Williams Lake, with support from the Blue Jays Foundation, is holding Summer Family Baseball every Wednesday from 10am to noon at the Kiwanis Ball Diamond. This activity is free and all the gear is provided. Register with David by

calling 250-392-5730. Performances in the Park August 16–Final peformance. Marin Patenaude, Sam Tudor and Drum Bell and Tower will be performing starting at 5 p.m. and again at 7 p.m. This final performance is sponsored by United Way Thompson Nicola and Welcome to Williams Lake News & Events. Natures Explorers Camp at Scout Island - Scout Island Nature Centre is hosting a Nature Explorers Camp starting Tuesday July 10 for ages 7-13. The group will be hiking a new trail in the region every week. Contact 250-398-8532 or email scoutisland@midbc. com for more information or to register. Free soccer CampChampion Soccer Camp August 13 to 17 at Marie Sharpe field. Pre-register at Bethel Church or at Flavours, or register before 9:30 am Thursday, August 16 and Friday, August 17. Oliver Street Farmer Market’s 2nd Annual Kids Market Day is going to be Saturday, August 18. All youth are welcome to come sell their toys, baking, lemonade, artwork,

2012 EVENT SCHEDULE August 25: Memorial Race Bone Stock Mini, Heartland Toyota Pro-Mini, Thunders, Streets Stocks

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HOROSCOPE Aries, you may have to put your feelings on the line if you are to gain the respect of someone important to you. Although it may feel uncomfortable, forge ahead.

A wonderful assortment of summer salads Salads. How many different ways are their to make salads? I’ll bet that out-to-pasture accountant, Roger Solly, couldn’t even count that high, as I suspect that number would be just a little more than all of the telephone poles in the world. If I give you a recipe for a salad you would probably wish to make some slight changes to suit your palate. This recipe is from a lady acquaintance... who got it from an friend, who got it from another recipe-a-holic, and they passed it along with their personal changes included, so by the time this recipe got to me it

thing cooking on the barbecue.

could be somewhat different than the original. But that’s the thing that is so nice about cooking, you can get creative and make some tasty additions, or deletions, just to suit those finicky taste buds. You could take almost every kind of vegetable you can get from the farmers markets, and with a little

cutting and then adding a tasty vinaigrette. There are so many fresh fruits available now and with a little juice from one of them and voila you have a pleasing addition to your recipes for dressings for salads. I think there are as many ways

to make dressings as there are rice bowls in China. Here is a salad that takes advantage of the summer sunshine that has made our delicious BC tomatoes so tasty. This salad can be made while you have some-

Summer Tomato with Balsamic Vinegar 8 tomatoes, cored and cut into chunks 1 handful spinach leaves 3 tbsp extra virgin olive oil 2 tbsp balsamic vinegar 3 large garlic cloves finely chopped 1 tsp fresh oregano 1 tsp fresh chopped basil freshly ground pepper...I also added a pinch of ground sea salt. Mix this all together gently and serve. A little cheese might also be nice with this dish. Bye for now and Goood Cooking.

AUGUST 5 Maureen McCormick, Actress (56)

Taurus, some light will be shed on a problem from a past relationship this week. This will strengthen your current relationships with family and friends.

AUGUST 6 Geri Halliwell, Musician (40)

Expect a lot of passion and adventure this week and for the foreseeable future, Gemini. Talk to your partner about his or her desires as well.

AUGUST 8 Roger Federer, Athlete (31)

Celestial energy will rejuvenate and reenergize you, Cancer. If things have been a little bit boring at home, someone you meet might just provide the spark you need.

Last Week’s Answers 48. Knights’ outer tunic 49. Farm state 51. Nutmeg seed covering spice 52. At another time 53. Pierced ear part 54. A scientist’s workplace 56. Miri 57. Swedish rock group 60. Express a supposition 61. Hostelry 62. No (Scottish) 64. Earth System Model (abbr.)

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You can find many inspirational forces around you, Leo, which will aid you in making tough decisions. Pay special attention to an overheard conversation. Virgo, you may find yourself on the path to some exciting places if you hang out with the right people this week. This is not a time to back out; act outside of your comfort zone. Libra, you may be looking for a new adventure but haven’t a clue where to start. Anything is possible if you keep your eyes and ears open to everything around you. Don’t put any limits on your love life, Scorpio. Even a relationship that has withstood the test of time can still prove exciting, spontaneous and adventurous.

You may find that the energy surrounding you is just a bit overwhelming, Sagittarius. This is remedied by simply staying out of the limelight for a few days.

It’s the little things that will catch your attention this week, Capricorn. A small detail, a particular color, a note in a song. If others overlook it, you’ll probably zone in on it. Expect some surprises when attending a get-together with family and friends. An interesting person comes into your life to provide some inspiration. Pisces, a situation arises that forces you to think outside the box. Make decisions promptly but wisely, and you’ll be happy you did.

AUGUST 7 Charlize Theron, Actress (37)

AUGUST 9 Eric Bana, Actor (44) AUGUST 10 Antonio Banderas, Actor (52) AUGUST 11 Hulk Hogan, Wrestler (59) George Hamilton, Actor (73) AUGUST 13 Debi Mazar, Actress (48) AUGUST 14 David Crosby, Musician (71) AUGUST 15 Joe Jonas, Musician (23) AUGUST 16 Madonna, Musician (54) AUGUST 17 Donnie Wahlberg, Actor (43) AUGUST 18 Christian Slater, Actor (43) Kyra Sedgwick, Actress (47) AUGUST 20 Amy Adams, Actress (38) AUGUST 21 Kenny Rogers, Musician (74) AUGUST 22 Cindy Williams, Actress (65) AUGUST 23 Shelley Long, Actress (63) AUGUST 24 Rupert Grint, Actor (24) AUGUST 25 Sean Connery, Actor (82) Chris Pine, Actor (32) AUGUST 27 Paul Reubens, Actor (60) AUGUST 28 LeAnn Rimes, Singer (30) AUGUST 29 Leah Michele, Actress (26) AUGUST 30 Cameron Diaz, Actress (40) AUGUST 31 Dana Hamm, Model (32)


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CONCRETE FINISHERS and Form Setters. Edmonton based company seeks experienced concrete finishers and form setters for work in Edmonton and northern Alberta. Subsistence and accommodations provided for out of town work; john@raidersconcrete.com. Cell 780-660-8130. Fax 780-444-7103. SHINGLE SAWYER needed in Gold River. Pendragon Forest Products Ltd. Apply to: Box 1100 Gold River B.C., V0P 1G0. Call 250-283-2111 or 604-369-3045. Or Email: pendragonfp@xplornet.com

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NAR-ANON Family Group. Are you affected by someone else’s drug addiction? As a Twelve Step program, we offer our help by sharing our experience, strength and hope with each other. The only requirement for membership is that there be a problem of addiction in a relative or friend. Meetings on Wednesdays 6-7pm, 279 N. 3 Ave (ESP Consulting- back entrance) For more info call Trish 250398-2673 Williams Lake over 40’s Activity Group. A group of singles and couples over 40 with similar and varied interests. Activities may include dinners, hiking, camping, movies etc. Always looking for more ideas and people willing to host activities. Fees (if any) are the responsibility of the individual participating. For more info please send a message to Heather at wlover40sact. group@gmail.com Free Champion Soccer Camp. August 13 - 17 from 9:30-12 noon. Ages 6-12 at Marie Sharpe ¿eld. Preregister at Bethel Church and at Flavours or register before 9:30 August 13-17. Club 400 Winners: July 06 Ticket #034 Johnson Meier $52. July 13 Ticket #288 Reg + Jen Ryan $52. July 20 Ticket #152 Anita Fullerton $52. July 27 Ticket #118 Bernard Pacholcyck $52. The 2012 Club 400 tickets are on sale now. Price is $52 which enters you in the draws. 3 prizes of $500 and 49 prizes of $52, plus you get dinner/dance/ casino night held on May 26/12 at the Curling Rink. Contact any Lions Club member for a ticket, or contact us through our website, www.e-clubhouse.org/ sites/williamslakebc

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Cariboo Memorial Hospital Auxiliary. Volunteer knitters are required to knit baby items (receiving blankets, sweater sets) to be sold at Auxiliary Gift Shop. Yarn can be supplied. If you are interested please drop into the Gift shop or call Christina at 250-9894361.All pro¿ts go directly into purchasing hospital needs

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Ninth Annual Show and Shine a success after the response they have had so far. ‘This trike won best Custom recently in the Classic Car Show in Abbotsford,” said Shaw. Also in the show and shine was the 1972 Mercedes Benz that the Lakers Car Club is currently selling raffle tickets for. ‘Tickets are five for $1 or three for $10,” said Potter. ‘The draw date is September 24.” Potter said Canadian Tire and Brian Stefan were absolutely fantastic, and the car club looks forward to next year.

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Wayne Potter, president of the Lakers Car Club, said their 9th annual Show and Shine with Canadian Tire was a huge success. “It was our biggest show yet,” he said. “We had 52 entries of cars, and bikes.” One of the bike entries came from John Shaw who had his custom made 2011 V8 Trike on display. “Thirty years ago I had a drawing of this trike and it was just recently built for me by Mart McDonald.” McDonald and Shaw have plans to build another trike in the near future

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