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Chase’s community paper for over 20 years! Issue for the week of Friday, January 13th, 2016 • Vol. 22, Issue 02

Foundation Stocks up Chase’s Health Centre

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he staff at the Chase Medical Clinic and Chase Health Centre would like to extend a sincere thank you to the Chase & District Health Services Foundation for its generous donations over the last two years. The Health Centre is now equipped with a state of the art wall mounted cardiac monitor, as well as a mobile cardiac monitor and tonometry device. The Clinic has a new exam bed, liquid nitrogen dispenser, infant measuring mat and fetal Doppler with read out and a hand-held Oxymetry device. • The Spacelab wall mounted cardiac monitor and mobile cardiac monitor ($53,410) will greatly benefit the emergency department by allowing us to properly monitor sick patients in the emergency department. These devices also communicate with Kelowna so we can live consult with cardiologist if there is a concern with a rhythm on the monitor. The Foundation also paid ($15,512) for the renovations of the trauma room needed to accommodate the Spacelab. • The tonometry device ($4300 ) measures

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eye pressure. It will allow a doctor to more accurately determine acute eye disorders which could lead to blindness. • The hand-held Oxymetry enables a doctor to check a patient for respiratory problems.

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Community Bulletin Board Email your community event to info@chasesunflower.ca

Chase & District Recreation Society Learn to Skate Program Tuesdays Jan 10-Mar 14 Preschool Penguins (ages 3-5) - Time: 3:00-3:30 Eager Beavers (5+) Tuesdays - Time 3:30-4:30 *Helmets mandatory Mondays Jan 9 - Mar 13 (No class Jan 23, and Feb 13) Jr. Rec Hockey (ages 7+) - Time 3:304:30 *Full hockey gear required- Helmets w/face shield Forms available at arena or by emailing jherman@cablelan.net FMI phone/text Jane @ 250-851-6524 *The Kamloops Family History Society* meetings take place at *Heritage House* in Riverside Park on the *fourth Thursday* of each month from *7:00 to 9:00 P.M*. (September to May, except December) ​​ NEXT meeting Thurs ​ JANUARY 26TH 2017 For info/hours phone 250-679-3536 January 14th INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS DINNER 6 pm / $ 12. January 18th BRANCH GENERAL MEETING 7:30 pm

CHASE CURLING CLUB PANCAKE Happy New Year! Everyone BREAKFAST Sun Jan 8th from 9 - 11. $7/ person

welcome at the Chase Curling Club!

FMI contact Dave @ 250-675-3682

Family Literacy Week Event- Jan 23 2017- 3-4:30 Free Family Skate at Art Holding Memorial Arena. Skate with Chase Heat. Or play games, crafts, or paint the ice. There will be a box at the door for donations of “gently used” books. Children must wear helmets while on the ice. FMI 250-679-3442 Barbara The Kamloops Kidney Support Group will gather on Saturday, Jan. 14, 10 a.m., at Romeo’s Kitchen in the Coast Kamloops Hotel and Conference Centre, 1250 Rogers Way. We meet on the second Saturday of every month. We are here to chat and/ or answer questions about anything that is kidney-related, and we are there for you, whether you may be predialysis or on dialysis, a kidney donor or a recipient, or anything in between. For more information, please call Edna Humphreys at 250-376-6361, Dorothy Drinnan at 250-573-2988, Margaret

CHASE COMMUNITY FELLOWSHIP Everyone welcome

Sundays at Creekside Centre, 542 Shuswap Exploring Christianity 9:30 am Worship Service 10:30 am Email: chasefellowship@gmail.com

Churches of Chase & Area Blessed Sacrament

Parish welcomes you to Sunday Mass @ 9 am. + Mass most Tuesdays @ 9 am. + Please join us every 3rd Sunday at 10 am for the K of C Breakfast

The Light of Life Native Fellowship

- Every Sun 3 pm @ Chase Evangelical Free Church (corner of Shuswap Ave & Brooke Dr). Friendly fellowship with food, family & friends after service. Everyone is welcome. Pastor Joseph (250) 679-7656

The Chase Sunflower is independently owned and operated by Shuswap Prairie Publishing. 1500 copies are printed weekly and distributed around Chase. The Sunflower is available FREE for readers because it is advertiser supported. Please support the local businesses that advertise in the Sunflower; shopping locally enriches our community. The Chase Sunflower invites stories, recipes, comments, photos, jokes and any other information that would be of interest to readers. We reserve the right to accept or refuse submissions and edit for content and length. We also reserve the right to refuse advertising that in our opinion does not reflect the concept of the newspaper. The opinions expressed in Letters and Columns do not reflect the views of this newspaper. Due care and attention for accuracy is used in checking advertising copy, but no warranty is implied by the publisher.

Kelsey Snelgrove, Editor

PHONE: (250) 679-8880 EMAIL: info@chasesunflower. ca WEB: www.chasesunflower.ca MAIL: Box 524, Chase BC, V0E 1M0 OFFICE: 838 Shuswap Ave between 10-4 Monday Thursday Alternate/after hours drop-off location at Willows Natural Foods

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CHASE SECONDARY SCHOOL NEWS Principal’s Message – January, 2017

Tyéncwem re tmicw (Happy New Year)! We had a marvelous wrap up to 2016. Two events highlighted the month. The first was the third annual Community Christmas Meal hosted by Chase Secondary. We cooked up seven turkeys with all the fixings and fed roughly 170 people a turkey dinner at lunch time on December 8th. Thanks to all of the staff and students who helped to make the day such a great success. Also, an enormous thank you is extended to the many community groups and individuals who helped to support our efforts. We couldn’t do it without you! There were rave reviews on the meal and the entertainment. The second event to end the month was the first ever Christmas Cup Volleyball

Challenge. Student teams competed in a round robin tournament from December 12-15 for the right to take on the vaunted staff team. The final was played last period on December 16th where the students eked out a four sets to one victory over the staff. Much fun was had by all! As we move into the New Year the intensity picks up. Teachers are wrapping up their courses in anticipation of the semester end on January 25th. The final day of regularly scheduled classes is Wednesday, January 25th. Students will be busier than ever preparing for final exams or presentations of learning in their classes.

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The Chase Trojans Jr Girls Basketball season is full under way. They competed in the highly regarded Fulton Cup tournament before Christmas, which features all of the top ranked high schools from Kamloops. Although they were unable to pull off a win, they were able to reinforce Coach Steve Lemon and Coach Justin Leonard’s confidence in their young team. This year they will be led by Grade 10 Tynisha Selluski, who returns to the Junior team after playing last year with the strong Trojans Sr. Girls team. In addition to Tynisha, Grade 10's Mizuki Ona, Haylee Nakazawa and Brianna Kelly return to supply veteran leadership. Grade 9's Gianna Badesso, Josie Smith, Hannah Penner and Alii Parker are

returning sophomores who the coaching staff is looking at to provide some scoring punch, whether from the starting rotation or coming off the bench. Newcomers, such as Marya Wood, Willow Nolin and Danieka Boivin have all showed promise and potential on both the offensive and defensive ends of the court. With intense effort, quality coaching and maybe even a little luck the Trojan girls are hoping to secure a home playoff berth so all of Chase can come out and cheer them on. Hope to see you in the stands! Schedule 2017 January 14/15 Lumby tournament January 17 Desert Sands @ Chase (Home Game) January 19 Chase vs Barriere @ Clearwater January 24 Chase vs Brock @ Brock January 31 Semi Finals @ TBD Feb 2 Finals @ TBD

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Village of Chase Annual Reports Annual Reports provide an overview of the major achievements and significant projects completed during the past year, as well as providing each department’s objectives, accomplishments and initiatives for the upcoming year. The report includes financial statements and serves as a form of accountability to the public. As per Section 99 of the Community Charter, a Council must annually consider at a public meeting the annual report. The Village of Chase 2015 annual report will be considered by Council at the January 24, 2017 Regular Meeting at 4:00 p.m. at the Village Office. A copy of the report has been posted on the Village’s website at www.chasebc.ca

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Village of Chase Council Meeting Highlights

Fees and Charges Council adopted an amendment to the Village Fees and Charges Bylaw which increases the fees charged for development applications including Official Community Plan and Zoning amendments, as well as Development Permits and Temporary Use Permits. In addition, the fees for water connections, sewer connections and storm drainage connections have been increased to reflect the actual costs for the work to be performed. For more information regarding these increases, please contact our office at 250.679.3238. Council Liaison Appointments for 2017 Council adopted the Council Liaison Appointment for 2017 – any organization that has a Council liaison will be receiving a letter confirming which member of Council has been designated as the liaison for that organization. The appointments also provide for the Acting Mayor rotation for 2017, so that each Councilor is provided with a three month period to step in for the Mayor if the Mayor is not available for various events and functions. The list will be available soon on the Village’s website, www.chasebc.ca Rocky Road Trail Initiative – Scatchard Mountain For those of you hiking enthusiasts out there, you will know there are some hiking trails on the Northwest facing slope of Scatchard Mountain – the trails start just above the Village cemetery. Village Council has put its support behind the creation of a new trail along what used to be an old road made out of stones – the “Rocky Road Trail”. The Village of Chase will be partnering with the Shuswap Trail Alliance and the local First Nations communities to develop that trail. Adams Lake Indian Band and Neskonlith Indian Band have both put their support behind the initiative – the Village will be approaching Little Shuswap Lake Indian Band to request their support as well. We hope the new trail construction can start in 2017. Stay tuned! Proposed Splash Park – Memorial Park The Chase Lions Club is hoping to build a Splash Park in Memorial Park-Council has passed a resolution to allow for a location. As with any amenity or park, there are always three components of the initiative: 1. Find

the money to build it; 2. Spend money on building it; 3. Spend money on maintaining it. Council received an Administrative report that outlines various components of the proposed project that need to be addressed before such an amenity can go forward: Can the Village’s sewer system handle the additional water? Who pays for the water that the splash park needs to operate? What hours should the splash park be open? What electrical and other costs might there be in relation to the operation of a splash park? Village staff is working with the Lions to ensure that all pertinent information is known and analyzed before the project can proceed. Stay tuned for more on this one! Zoning Amendment Application – 315 Lakeshore Drive The property owner at 315 Lakeshore Drive has applied for a zoning amendment to his property to allow for a secondary suite above an existing two-car garage. Council approved receipt of the application, gave the proposed bylaw first and second readings, and referred the proposed bylaw to a public hearing. Advertising will be forthcoming as well as letters to nearby property owners. CP Rail Crossing Agreements for Municipal Infrastructure Council entered into an agreement with CP Rail to allow utility works (water and sewer) to be installed under CP Rail’s line that crosses Aylmer Road. These utility works are needed in conjunction with the future development of residential properties along Aylmer Road. Utility Charge Adjustments – Properties that were sold in 2016 Council authorized the adjustments of some property owners’ utility charges in 2016 if the properties were sold to new owners and utility chargers were incorrectly applied to either the seller or the purchaser. In 2016 the Village’s water and sewer billing structures changed, and some property owners were charged for utility costs that were attributable to the previous owners. Adjustments where appropriate will be made for certain properties that were sold during the transition from tri-annual billing to quarterly billing.


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New Equipment Thanks to Health Services Foundation

• A new exam bed ($1875) replaces a broken one for a doctor’s office. This allows the bed to be able to be put up or down as needed, which the previous one could no longer do. • An infant measuring mat($158.65) and fetal Doppler with read out ($895) allow us to be more effective at prenatal and infant care. This allows for more accurate measurement of fetal heart rate during prenatal visits, and of infant’s weights and heights during regular check ups. This in turn lets us stay on top of any changes we need to monitor. “These donations have greatly benefited both emergency and office care of the people of Chase, and enhanced the work performed by the physicians, nurse practitioner, nurses, and staff of both the Health Center and Medical Clinic. We greatly appreciate all this new equipment

that the foundation has provided for us.” - Dr Crystal Ferguson The Chase & District Health Services Foundation has been in existence for twenty years. The purposes of the foundation are to: (1) further the improvement of patient services in the catchment area of the Chase and District Health Centre and other health facilities through providing support for development, equipment, education and research. (2) operate as a fund-raising vehicle through community and regional appeals for funds by receiving legacies, donations, gifts, bequests and endowments from all sources, including without limiting the foregoing, those from other charitable foundations and charitable organizations. - Submitted by Bruce Nelson, Chase and District Health Services Foundation

Council Highlights –

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Let’s get moving in 2017!!! Village of Chase Town Hall Meeting

The Village Council is hosting a Town Hall meeting on Wednesday, January 18, 2017 at the Community Hall from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. to discuss the Golf Cart Project. We will be sharing some proposed changes to how the program can work so that speed limits in the Village are not affected, and regular motorists and golf cart drivers will be able to share the roads easily. Minister of Highways and Infrastructure the Honourable Todd Stone and Ministry staff will be in attendance. We look forward to seeing you at the Town Hall meeting!”

Regular meeting January 10, 2017 submitted by Joni Heinrich, CAO, Village of Chase Upcoming Cultural Event – Little the tree, providing educational Shuswap Lake Indian Band opportunities through the transfer Frank Antoine, Tourism of knowledge from previous Coordinator for the Quaaout generations to anyone wishing to Lodge addressed Council and learn about the traditional canoe the gallery and invited Mayor, building process. Council and all Chase community Everyone who is interested is members to the upcoming Tree invited to attend the Tree Ceremony Ceremony, at 10 a.m. Sunday and the ongoing carving of the January 22, 2017 on Hilliam canoe. After the Tree Frontage Road in Scotch Creek. In Ceremony, lunch The Elders and Staff at celebration of the Quaaout Lodge’s will take place at the 25th anniversary, the cultural Skwlax Band Hall Parkside Community department will be building an from 12-1 p.m. To Invite the Community to an Authentic Cottonwood Canoe. RSVP and for more The tree will be taken down on info please contact January 22, 2017 at which time Frank Antoine prayers will be spoken and a at the Quaaout Sat, January 14th from 1-4 pm ceremony thanking the creator for Lodge at 250-679Making Life Better! Please join us for entertainment, tea, the gift of the tree will take place. 3090 Ext 411 or coffee and cookies form 2-3. The tree will then be transported email fantoine@ www.parksidecommunity.ca • 743 Okanagan Ave. Chase BC to the Lodge’s canoe building site quaaoutlodge.com 1-866-930-3572 • live@parksidecommunity.ca where over the next 6 months Cont’d on page ... the canoe will be created from

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The Village updates its five-year financial plan each year to ensure the Village’s finances are managed responsibly and to reflect the priorities identified by Council and the community. The 2017-2021 Financial Plan provides funding requirements for 2017 and projections for 2018-2021 that indicate future requirements for the Municipality at a summary level. Within the next few weeks, Council will be reviewing its strategic plan that outlines their goals and objectives for the upcoming year. This strategic plan is used to focus limited resources, with the goal of linking work and new projects to Council’s goals and objectives. Council approves the five-year financial plan each year. The financial plan or budget, details municipal spending. Budgets affect property taxes collected. If the Village’s overall budget increases, property taxes may also increase. We encourage taxpaying residents of Chase to participate in the budget process. The next scheduled meeting is Monday, January 16, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. This particular meeting will focus on the total summary budget that became public December 10, 2016; a discussion on the capital budget; and a general overview on Chase’s financial situation. We hope you can participate and look forward to your attendance.

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THE MEANS TO ATTAIN GOALS By Scott Koch by Scott Koch, Chase Heat

Mean they were. Inspite of that, 11 Nic Bruyere was a monster in the cage goals were attained. 4 were given. The stopping 29 of 32 to backstop the victory. weekend past was a hard one. It was Plenty of shenanigans added spice to a the coming together of good against contest between two talented teams. evil, if you are a HEAT fan. There were On Saturday night the 7th day of 2017, more careless collisions then the words the locals rolled down the pavement to haphazardly placed in this article. So we the Mountain Mecca of Revelstoke. Not bang together the tale that those who can being able to hibernate the awaiting grunt will be able to read. GRIZZLIES are more than grumpy. The Friday the 6th day of 2017 saw the HEAT are focused and prepared though Osoyoos COYOTES, the best of the best for the crashing, slashing, thrashing and drop by for some intense shinny. Well mashing that awaits them in this wintery coached and skilled this would be a fine frozen pond showdown. Zippo scoring in test for the local puck chasers. Both the opening 20 minutes. In the 2nd Chase teams lead their Divisions going in, both fires 3 twig twisters past the Stoke tender. continue to when all is said and done. Cory Loring from Jake Delorme and In the 1st period Grady Musgrave, then Michael Fidanza Fidanza from Hodges Where oh where gets the HEAT on and Fournier, followed have the faithful the scoresheet, ably by Ryan Okino with gone? Inspite of a assisted by Cody his 1st KIJHL tally very successful season Hodges. Fidanza from Fidanza and attendance is down. was honoured by Bourne. In the 3rd being chosen the Jordan Rea ruins a Player of the Month for December in shutout bid by Zak “Larceny” Larson. the Okanagan/Shuswap Conference, and Chase annoyed by the precociousness of obviously celebrated by scoring that goal. the cubs adds to their total, Bourne from Kaden Black gives Chase a 2 goal lead Okino and Fidanza and then Musgrave helped by Landon Russell and Spencer firing an empty netter. End result a 5-1 Farstad. End of one, its 2-0! road win! A nasty one, the Officials In the 2nd Kolten Moore adds to the appeared to have non-working whistles. lead, aided by Travis Beaubien and Brett The HEAT have clinched a playoff spot Alexander. The Desert Dogs get one back with 14 games left in the Regular season. off the efforts of Austin Steger before The team sits 5th overall in the 20 team Hodges pops the biscuit in from Zachary KIJHL. Fournier and Josh Bourne. End of two, Where oh where have the faithful 4-1! gone? Inspite of a very successful season The final 20 sees Farstad from Fournier attendance is down. Where are the plaid and Russell continue the momentum. clad beasts seeking suds, the dazzling Osoyoos climbs back in with a pair from damsels looking for love, the snow Austin Cleaver and Ryan Roseboom, sledders wearing sweaters and the hyper before Bourne puts an exclamation mark children with coins raising Cain? See you on this game with an empty netter for all Friday the 13th at AHMA versus the a huge 6-3 win for the Shuswap squad. STORM from Kamloops!

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Grace Margaret Swanton (Holmes)

It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of our mother, Grace Margaret Swanton. Mom died in her sleep on the evening of December 23, 2016. She was 93 years old. Her passing marks the end of an era; she was the last living child of Oliver and Cora Holmes family of six. She was pre-deceased by our father, Richard (Dick) Arthur Swanton. She leaves to mourn her passing her six children Margaret  Carleton (Ross), Maureen Pytela (Martin), Denise Harper (John), Charles Swanton, Michael Swanton (Celina) and Brian Swanton (Joanne).  Her grandchildren Stephanie, Rebecca, Connor, Ari, Susanne, Elisabeth, Karen, Brenda, Kathleen, Martin, Cheryl, Dexter, Krina, Andrew, Brendan, Keiran, Kaelan and Rhianna; plus twenty four great and great-great grandchildren.  Also mourning her passing are two former daughters-in- law Ineke and Pam Swanton. Mom was born in Benson, Saskatchewan. She attended Normal School in Regina and taught for several years at small schools in south eastern Saskatchewan before moving to Mission BC. Following his return from service in WW 2 Mom met and married our father Dick Swanton. Both Dad and Mom were teachers and together with their growing family they lived and taught in many towns in BC including Mission, 100 Mile House, Squamish, Clinton, Vanderhoof, Terrace and finally Lillooet. As they travelled they met many people and gathered many friends. At the end of their teaching careers they retired to Chase BC where, as was their practice, they became very involved in the community. For their tireless hours of volunteer work Mom and Dad were named jointly Citizens of the Year. Mom enjoyed her teaching career and the people she met in each community. She was a lifelong learner and taught each of her children the importance to think critically and always do our research. Mom

Celebration of Life Gerald H. Vaughan

All those who knew Gerry are welcome to attend a Celebration of Life on Saturday January 28th from 1 pm -3 pm at the Chase Curling Club. Condolences can be made at www. norththompsonfuneral. com/

View the Sunflower online at www.ChaseSunflower.ca

is fondly remembered by many of her former students – some who still call her Miss Holmes. A teacher ahead of her time she encouraged her students to read, even if it was a comic book, believing in instilling the passion now and encouraging prescribed reading later. Mom believed in working to make life better for others and we have memories of the well-known and not so well known people who joined our dinner table while performing in our small communities. Bringing classical performances to the people of our small town was just one of mother’s many endeavours. It is only in the past few years Mom retired from organizing group trips for her friends and asking one of her daughters to provide the transportation. Mom loved attending the Kamloops Symphony and Western Canada Theatre performances and attended both when she could. Following Dad’s death in 1995 Mom stayed in Chase for another nine years before moving to Berwick on the Park in 2006 where she lived out the rest of her life. While there she was active in the many activities offered residents and gathering groups to attend choir or musical performances. As her hearing diminished so did those activities. The family would like to thank remarkable staff at Berwick on the Park for her wonderful years there and for the kind and loving care each of you showed to Mom during her recent decline in health. We would also like to thank Dr. Victor DeKock and the staff at Summit Medical Clinic. Despite her growing health issues Mom passed in comfort and without pain or fear. We are truly grateful for that. A celebration of Grace’s life will be held in Chase in the late spring.

In Tribute to Jim Philip

Jim passed away on the morning of December 22nd at home in bed. I met Jim about 31 years ago as I needed a good labourer to help build the many chimneys in houses being built on the Adams Lake Reserve. I took him with me to other Reserves, as far as Revelstoke He was the best worker I ever had. He was better than a brother. A good Dad to his kids that he loved very much. He may not have been perfect but then who is. A better friend you can never find. I’m speaking for all those who knew him. He’ll be missed very much. -Walter Marx.

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Classified deadline is Monday at 3 pm for Friday’s paper. $5 for 20 words. 20¢ each additional word (tax incl). $2.50 for Lost and Found. Obituaries are $35 with photo, $30 without. Email info@chasesunflower.ca or drop off at Sunflower Headquarters at 838 Shuswap Avenue or at Willows Natural Foods. Thank you!

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Easy Meatloaf 1 1/2 pounds ground beef 1 egg 1 onion, chopped 1 cup milk 1 cup dried bread crumbs salt and pepper to taste 2 tablespoons brown sugar 2 tablespoons prepared mustard Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). In a large bowl, combine the beef, egg, onion, milk and bread OR cracker crumbs. Season with salt and pepper to taste and place in a lightly greased 5x9 inch loaf pan, OR form into a loaf and place in a lightly greased 9x13 inch baking dish. In a separate small bowl, combine the brown sugar, mustard and ketchup. Mix well and pour over the meatloaf. Bake at 350 degrees F (175 degrees C) for 1 hour.


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Dave’s Appliance Repair

Guaranteed Service to all Brands and Makes

250-679-5399

Registered Massage Therapy Heidi McCartney

250-309-6415

Therapeutic Treatment of Pain, Injury & Chronic Conditions

G-Force Sports & board Shop

BC’s premier sports & board shop since ‘06 250-679-8456 • 927 SHUSWAP AVENUE

Sorrento Plumbing & Water Well Service

250-679-0001 Serving the Shuswap!

Underwood Restaurant 250-679-3321

Roast Beef Mondays

Awesome Ladies Fashions Available Locally ››

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Renos, Decks, Fences, Siding, Roofing & More 18+ yrs exp.

Call 250-679-2386

SILVER LININGS

NEW, USED + COLLECTIBLES 734 1ST AVE, CHASE 679-7798

Underwood Liquor Store Open every day 9 am - 11 pm Open on All Holidays Cut Flowers For All Occasions

Chase Garden Centre & Flower Shop At Safety Mart (250) 371-1117

CHIROPRACTOR

Dr. Roy Rodrigues & Dr Melanie Keith

Chase Wellness Centre 250-679-2900

Free-er than Free Range Eggs $5 / dozen delivered

Ranfurly Farm 250 679-2738


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921 Okanagan Ave, Chase, BC Small Dog Service Only

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333 Shuswap Avenue, Chase BC • 250-679-1086


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