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Chase’s community paper for over 20 years! Issue for the week of Friday, June 15th, 2018 • Vol. 23, Issue 23


Elite Nail & Colour Studio 250.668.0798 Chase, BC

Local youth Jacob and Nicholas Milligan, with the guidance of local artist Isha Jules lend a brush to a collaborative mural taking shape at the Dr. Vagyi Memorial Skate Park on Tuesday. Participation is open to all daily until completion this Saturday. PHOTO BY MEGAN MILLIGAN

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THANK YOU Chase & surrounding areas for your overwhelming support!

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Community Bulletin Board


OFFICE: 838 Shuswap Avenue, Chase BC Hours: 10 am - 4 pm Monday - Thursday PHONE: (250) 679-8880 EMAIL: WEB: ** Alternate drop-off location at Willows Natural Foods ** MAIL: Box 524, Chase BC, V0E 1M0 Publisher/Editor: Kelsey Snelgrove

Email your event to The Mammogram Clinic will be in S a h h a l t k u m Chase on June 29th and 30th. For an Daycare Hotdog appointment phone 1-800-663-9203 Sale Friday, June Summer Reading Club 15th 2018 11:30amcontest at the Chase Library! 1:00pm. Outside This year, the theme is “Motion Natural Resource Commotion” and it encourages Building on Adams Reserve children to read whatever they want, Lake The Chase Sunflower invites stories, recipes, comments, support photos, jokes and any other information that would be of all summer long. Pop into the library Come interest to readers. We reserve the right to accept or refuse our children to enter the contest for a chance to win submissions and edit for content and length. We also reserve fundraising the right to refuse advertising that in our opinion does not a Summer Reading Club T-shirt and in reflect the concept of the newspaper. The opinions expressed for field trips!! in Letters and Columns do not necessarily reflect the views of a LEGO set. Contest closes June 30th. this newspaper. Due care and attention for accuracy is used Hotdogs $2.00 More fun will be had during July in checking advertising copy, but no warranty is implied by the Smokies $4.00 Pop publisher. and August, when the library offers The Chase Sunflower is copyrighted and may not be reproduced free activities for families of all ages, $1.00. We hope to in whole or in part withou the written consent of the publisher. see you all there!! including crafts, scavenger hunts, Thank you for your The Chase Sunflower is independently owned and operated contests, LEGO days and more!! by Shuswap Prairie Publishing. 1500 copies are printed weekly support. and distributed around Chase, as well as to Pritchard, Sorrento, Chase Firefighter’s Association Car Squilax, Scotch Creek, Jade Mountain, and Adams Lake. The Chase Rotary Sunflower is available FREE for readers because it is advertiser Wash ~ Saturday June 16th 10am-3pm. supported. Please support the local businesses that advertise in Father’s Day Location: Pharmachoice Food & Drug the Sunflower; shopping locally enriches our community. Pancake Breakfast. 825 Shuswap, Chase, BC. Hamburgers/ Saturday June 17th hot dogs / pop *all by donation. Come from 8 am - 11 am stop by to support your local fire / in community hall rescue department. Funds raised for basement. $7 per plate includes pancakes, this event will go to help fund sending a strawberries, sausage, bacon and OJ. Box 12, Chase, BC V0E1M0 few chase firefighters to compete in the 250-679-8470* 2018 Firefighter Games! plus half will Chase Rotary Box 73 go to a local charity, to be announced Call 250-679-8470 for all Pres: Terri Mindel 250-819-0428 after car wash. Sec: Doug Everett 675-2574 Chase Lions projects: Meeting at Chase Creekside Centre *Chase Lions RV Park Tue, June 26/18: 2:00-4:00pm. North Thursday 5:30 pm *Medical Equipment Shuswap Christian Fellowship Church - Scotch Creek, BC. Strawberry Tea & Mad Maggie’s Fashion Show. (basket Churches of Chase & Area 400 Club Winner: for a donation available). Open to the Date: June 13, 2018 public. Everyone is welcome to attend. The Light of Life Native Winner: Betty Becker Blessed Sacrament Fellowship Every Sun 3 Parish welcomes you to pm @ Chase Evangelical Free Chase, B.C. - $100.00

Chase Lions

For info / hours phone 250-679-3536


June 30th Meat Draw, 50/50 & Fun Darts 2 pm KARAOKE 7 pm With BILL

Church Friendly fellowship Sunday Mass @ 9 am. + Please join us every 3rd with food, family & friends after service. Everyone is welcome. Sunday at 10 am for the K Light of Life Mission- OPENof C Breakfast Shuswap Ave Pastor Joseph (250) 679-7656

Chase Evangelical Free Church

295 Shuswap ave, Chase Sunday service 10am Kids Hour 10:30 Pastoral office hours: Monday 9-5, Tuesday 12-5 The door is open, coffee is on -- come for conversation, council, or prayer


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

Page 3 • June 15th, 2018 • Chase Sunflower The Chase & District Health Services Foundation is holding its AGM on Tuesday, June 19th at 2:30 in the conference room of the health center. Anyone interested in improving community health services is invited to attend the regular meeting which will begin at 1:00 and precede the AGM. The Chase & District Health Services Foundation has been in existence for over twenty years. The purposes of the foundation are to : (1) further the improvement of patient services

in the catchment area of the Chase & 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.

The Chase Museum is hosting its annual Strawberry Tea on Saturday, June 23rd from 2-4pm and it will be held rain or shine! The Strawberry Tea has been held by the Chase Museum for more than a decade and is one of our main fundraisers. The homemade cake is drenched with strawberries, topped with a generous dollop of freshly whipped cream and served with endless tea and coffee served in proper fine china. There will also be tickets available for both a raffle and the museum’s 50/50 draw. In addition, the museum’s exhibits will be open all day! Tickets for the tea are only $7 and are available at the door. For more information, call 250-679-8847 or email

Inside Out Coffee House 250.819.7999

CHASE OFFICE Wills & Estate Family Law Conveyancing evening & weekend appointments

Phone: 250-679-3180 Web:

is pleased to present Singer-Songwriter

James Mintz Friday, June 22, 7:00 pm

250-679-3261 Chase, BC Weekly Produce Specials

Shitake Lemons or oyster 2/$1.18 mushrooms packs

Baby bok Chou packs 2/$5.00

2/ $5.00

A light supper with coffee will be served at 6:00 pm followed by the song stylings of this talented musician at 7:00 pm. Blues, folk and ballads are all part of James’ extensive repertoire. $15.00 per person Reservations required Tickets at the coffee house

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Food & Drug



Grocery 250-679-3553

Pharmacy 250-679-8611

8 am to 8 pm

Sundays: 10 am-4 pm


9 am - 6 pm

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Page 4 • June 15th, 2018 • Chase Sunflower SALE - Recovery for Small Animals 60 Chewable Tablets Reg $28.95 each Sale $18.95 each or 2 for $33.95!

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Chase Farm & Craft Market Every Friday from 10 - 2 in the Safety Mart Plaza Parking Lot


Come check it out!

CHASE & DISTRICT FISH & GAME CLUB: UPDATE #3 by Helen Dalin secretary

The Chase and District Fish and Game club had a very busy last two weekends. The last weekend of May the Family campout and Fishing Derby took place at the range. This campout and derby is open to everyone – not just CDFGC members. The CDFGC definitely wants to encourage and share knowledge of the outdoors, sportsmanship, and respect for wildlife and habitat with the youth. Our goal is to grow our club and get more youth involved in the outdoors and nature. There was a smaller turnout of participants than in previous years, but those that came had a great time fishing, socializing, playing games, horse shoes, practicing archery and enjoying a great pork loin BBQ with potluck salads. For those of you that did not come out, I can guarantee you missed a great time. There were some nice prizes for the fishermen as well. Looks like the women need more practice!! Hope to see you in the prizes next year ladies! Ralph Bischoff took 1st place in the adult division, Terry Berreth took 2nd place. Lukas Bischoff took 1st place in the children’s division. The next weekend the CDFGC put on their annual 3-D shoot. There were approximately 35 archers on Saturday and 40 on Sunday. Entrants came from as far away as the Semiahmoo Club at the coast. Two great courses of 20 animals each were set up with many interesting, original, and at times challenging stations. There were many classes of archers. Youth (13 to 18 yrs), cubs (9 to 12yrs), ladies and men subdivided into the type of bows used. The best of all was to see so many brand new archers that came out to try this sport (myself and my husband being two of them). I encourage anyone to come try this sport. It was so much fun and experienced archers are so friendly and encouraging. In the evening everyone got together in the middle of the field and enjoyed a gigantic potluck dinner of BBQ pork, a smoked turkey, venison, buffalo, and

myriad of salads and desserts. There were some money prizes for the winners and awesome door prizes for the participants. RESULTS: Cubs Compound Bow (9-12) – 1st Lukas Bischoff (668), 2nd – Carson Perry (278) Youth Compund Bow (13-18) 1st Jayden Story (591) 2nd Delany ? (210) Adult Men Multipin Compound Bow – 1st Glen Shaw (790) 2nd Ralph Bischoff (758) Adult Women Multipin Compound Bow – 1st Angela Heay (768) 2nd Kelly Ryckman (743) Adult Men Single Pin Compound Bow – 1st Wayne Andrews (861) 2nd Tom Cooper (827) Adult Women Single Pin Compound Bow – 1st Launa Cooper (754) 2nd Kimberly Lyons (653) Adult Mens Traditional Bow – 1st Marc Britton (646) 2nd Loen Clement (536) Adult Womens Tradition Bow – 1st Katie Britton 1st (558) 2nd Krista Clement (420) We are hoping these two events will increase in numbers next year. We feel the severe flooding and fire season of last year, and the unexpected cancellation of our events has affected our numbers. The CDFGC is hoping that we can get the word out that our club has great events to participate in. These events are particularly set up for families to enjoy together. Come on parents and grandparents, let’s get the youth out into the great outdoors! Brian Lauzon is still waiting to hear from families if they are interested in a youth or family evening of archery at the range in Turtle Valley. Youth bows are available to use if you don’t have one. Call Brian at 778220-3032. If there is enough interest shown this will be set up. The CDFGC meets the 3rd Monday of the month at Creekside Hall on Shuswap Avenue in Chase at 7:30 pm. No meetings in July or August. Memberships can be picked up at Miller’s Cabin in Chase. Orientations are required to get a key to use the range. Key’s cost $5. Phone Helen at 250-6798019 if you need more info.

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Opinion Women’s Issues—Not Just the Gals’ Files


By Carolyn Parks Mintz, Author & Freelance Journalist

What are commonly called “women’s issues” are in actuality everyone’s issues. Few, if any of us live an isolated existence. We have family, friends and colleagues. And matters such as nutrition, health, stress, and the environment involve all of us. There are two words no woman wants to hear from her physician: breast cancer. Such a diagnosis slams her in the gut, clutches at her heart, and does the same for her spouse and children. Occurrence statistics 25 years ago were one in ten. Although survival rates are higher now, the diagnosis rate today is one in eight. Breast self-exam and regular screening are important—and given the recent announcement that some breast cancers without lymph node involvement can be treated minus toxic chemotherapy, such early detection is even more vital. A 40-something wife and mother of young children diagnosed with breast cancer hangs onto the encouraging words of a friend who said, “We will deal with this!” And she eventually repeatedly told herself, “I have cancer— cancer doesn’t have me!” Talking with her children was more than difficult. But discussing the medicine she’d take, re-assuring them she’d get through it, and that they would be the first to know if anything changed seemed to ease the situation. Crying with her husband, holding on to each other, grasping for hope were all part of the cancer terrain. And her sport saved her sanity during treatment and for the next two anxious years, the most probable timeframe for recurrence. Yes, she did survive but she was forever changed, in positive ways, as were her family. She and her husband treasured their years together, thankful every day that the time was not shortened. Her daughter would, as an adult, be screened earlier because of her mother’s medical history. The family closely examined food labels for additives and chose what was more wholesome and organic. To this day, they are all physically active

through regular exercise. Such a serious disease occurring in a relatively young woman segues to the toxic soup in which we live. The air we breathe, the water we drink, and the foods we eat have been compromised. And while steps have been taken to correct some of the horrific environmental missteps of the past, such as the carcinogenic toxins DDT (dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane), asbestos, and PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyls), it remains critical that comprehensive action proceed in order to protect life that inhabits this planet. Vehicle exhaust reduction, fewer unrecyclable plastics, uncontaminated water, and less harmful food production are all part of it—to name a few. Dr. David Suzuki has been beating the same eco-drum for decades—and I long ago joined him in that drumming. We can indeed hold governments, legislators, and corporations accountable—through letters, phone calls, at election polls, and by our shopping preferences. Make them aware that we’re watching. And that we care deeply about what is to be left for our grandchildren …. indeed, for all flora and fauna of the future. Then, there’s the aging thing … it’s easy to slip into a sedentary lifestyle as years go by. And that’s a big mistake. The only near panacea that exists is exercise. It’s good for mind, body and soul. Personally, I’ve always wanted to flame out, rather than rust out. The uplifting endorphins produced through reasonably vigorous activity are 20 times more powerful than morphine. Great for your outlook, definitely good for physical and emotional health too. Guys and gals lose muscle mass with age. Bone density lessens if there are no weight bearing workouts. Blood sugar and blood pressure both can be lowered through exercise—not to mention weight. And I’m talking about fitness here not thinness. We are not all built the same, and few of us are represented by the stick people who model clothing. Continued on page 7..

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Annual Veterans Dinner

Burton Tree Service operates throughout the North Okanagan and Shuswap, offering commercial and residential arborist services. Full liability and WCB insurance.

submitted by John Angus

Services include: • Take-down & Removal • Maintenance & Rejuvenation • Crown Reduction • Crown Raise • Planting & Establishment

(250) 833-8705 •


Everyone Welcome!

Indigenous PDay eoples Sxwetsmellp#7

June 21, 2018 10AM to 3PM

COORDINATED BY Switzmalph Cultural Society Pierre’s Point 2471 PIERRE’S POINT RD, Salmon Arm, BC

Gathering of the People “Melk’wic” • • • • • • • • •

Traditional & Contemporary Dance Traditional Lehal Lessons Fun Activities with lots of Prizes 5KM Trail Walk/Run Canoe Races Story Telling Drummers Welcome Artisan Vendors Food & Beverages by Local Vendors

For more information contact:

Bonnie Thomas 250.463.2855

No lifeguard on duty. Not responsible for lost or stolen items.

SD#83 Shuswap Middle School

Adams Lake Indian Band

Kukstec-kuc to Lucy William for the Secwepemc word.

Neskonlith Indian Band

The Chase Legion Branch #107 held their annual Veterans Dinner on Wednesday June 6th, 2018. 19 veterans and their guests were in attendance. The camaraderie and the wonderful meal prepared by our Ladies Auxillary was enjoyed by all. John Angus, who is the poppy chairman, wishes to take this opportunity to thank all the volunteers who helped make this dinner a success.

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Women’s Issues

Yes, there are a few more realistic looking models walking the runways these days but comparing oneself to those in fashion magazines or on television is not a good idea. In addition, being inordinately thin can further compromise an individual undergoing serious medical treatment or surgery. Having a little meat on the bones helps to withstand interventions. But you say, I have no time for exercise, it’s expensive, it’s like work, I’ve never done it, I’m overweight … old …. tired. Well firstly, you don’t find time—it’s not found lying under a bench at the mall—you have to make time. To improve fitness it takes just three multi-faceted, one-hour sessions a week. Maintaining fitness can be accomplished in two effective sessions each week. What’s effective? you ask. If your heart rate is up, breathing rate has increased but you can still talk, that’s about right. If you’re gasping, that’s too much, and if you can sing and whistle, that’s not a work-out. Cost – well, a reasonably good pair of athletic shoes and a hill are all it takes to begin a fitness regime. And once you’ve found something you like, it’s really missed if you don’t get at it regularly. It’s fun—not work. And finding a motivated workout buddy is definitely a plus. Never exercised?—it was once said by Phys Ed Professor George Kinnear that the sicker you are, the more aches and pains you have, the more involved you should be in strength training, in exercise. But, I would add, check with your physician before starting out on the ‘new you.’ Extra pounds, think you’re too old, too tired?— start slow. Better to work the heart working out than to overwork it circulating fluids through excess weight. Age is a number—and it’s never too late to start. As a bonus, you’ll have more energy when you’re more active. Fatigue lessens with work-outs. And you’ll sleep better. More reps and fewer meds isn’t such a bad idea. It’s all about selfcare and taking time for you. Whether male or female, adult or child, exercise works. But how do we get on with all this in a world that bombards us with toxic substances, full schedules, and too much bad news? How do we find our essence, who we really are, with so much ongoing? In addition to exercise, it’s important to build in ‘down time’ when it’s needed (without guilt!). I am definitely not an advocate of driving oneself relentlessly—that could mean a short trip to over the edge. Doing something just for me is part of self-care—perhaps a massage, a pedicure, yoga, a hike, a relaxing swim and float, a walk in a park,

music, art, a hobby or a creative project. Whatever lets you unwind. Pursue it regularly. You’ll be better for it. “Carpe diem!” Indeed, seize the day. And let’s do it just for the health of it! PS: I was that 40-something woman. Carolyn Parks Mintz is an Author & Freelance Journalist


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Best Easy Cheesy Mashed Cauliflower Casserole with Peas

Ingredients 1 head cauliflower, florets removed 4 ounces cream cheese, softened 3 tablespoons butter, softened ¼ cup heavy cream 2 cloves garlic, minced 2 tbsp prepared horseradish, or to taste ½ cup shredded Parmesan cheese 1 teaspoon fresh lemon juice 1 cup frozen peas 1 teaspoon coarse salt, or to taste ½ teaspoon black pepper, or to taste A patient bursts into a doctor’s office, “Doctor, I believe I’m a deck of cards!” The doctor calmly replies, “Go sit in the waiting room, please, I’ll be dealing with you later.”

If a wild pig kills you, does it mean you’ve been boared to death?

Notice on a shoe repair shop: I’ll heel you, I’ll save your sole, I’ll even gladly dye for you.

Chase Garden Centre & Flower Shop

My boss yelled at me the other day, “You’ve got to be the worst train driver in history. How many trains did you derail last year?” I said, “Can’t say for sure, it’s so hard to keep track!”

Underwood Liquor Store Open every day 9 am - 11 pm Open on All Holidays


Cut Flowers For All Occasions At Safety Mart (250) 371-1117

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Instructions Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Place the cauliflower florets in a large bowl. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and microwave for 10 minutes on high, or until the florets are soft and tender. Mash the florets with a potato masher. Add the remaining ingredients. Mash and mix to your desired consistency. Spoon the mixture into a 1½ quart baking dish which has been sprayed with cooking spray. Bake in a preheated oven for 20-25 minutes. Serve hot.

I’d love to know how the Earth rotates. It would totally make my day.

I wanted to tell you a joke about leeches. But I won’t – they all suck.

Secwepemcstin Word of the Week submitted by Sekwaw Matthew, Chief Atahm Language Nest

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Word Search - “Said”

Sorrento Plumbing & Water Well Service

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CROWNING TOUCH Dog Grooming Services

6188 VLA Road, Chase - Village Yard Entrance 250-804-3987

LJ’s Towing and Transport Open 24 hrs 7 days/week 250-679-8600

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MJK Home Renovations

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Framing, Custom Woodworking, Tile, Flooring


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Knitting, Quilting, Craft Supplies, etc

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Classifieds FOR SALE Ariens Ride on lawnmower. 13 HP Briggs & Stratton. 2 grass bins. New battery, coil, belt. Works great. $750 OBO. Ph 1-306-551-8569. For Sale - Brown woodgrain arborite table with 4 chairs $30. White arborite table with 4 chairs $50. Both tables measure 36” x 60” with leaf. 250-679-8052 For Sale - 2009 Chrysler T & C 7 Passenger Van. Low km. Loaded. All options. Reduced to $11,000 OBO. Phone 250-679-1137 or Two used windows (circa 2004) with sliders. 49 1/4” x 85 1/4” and 51 1/2” x 85 1/4”. $75 each OBO. Ph: 403-860-3642 For Sale - 12 ft Lund boat and utility trailer with boat racks & 15” wheels. $1200 OBO. 250-6824166. FOR SALE - 15 KG bucket of Armstrong honey - wildflower. Never opened. • 44. special revolver, belt and some ammo. 250-679-8554.


1987 Ford Escort 189,000 kms. Auto, new brakes, and battery. $600. 250-463-3719 216 Bell St. Ten landscaping lights. Low voltage. Sturdy. 26” tall. $200 for all 10. Very good condition. Ph: 403860-3642 Trampoline 15 ft with net. Very good condition $350 in Chase. Call Ali 250-503-6791.

Classifieds are $5 for 20 words. 20 cents for each additional word. Email or drop off at 838 Shuswap Avenue or Willows Health Food Store.



Need to board your dog? I am a mature, pet loving lady, honest & reliable. References available. Reasonable rates. 250-679-1153.

Yard Sale 672 4th Ave. Chase. Saturday June 16th from 8 - 1. Ladies RH Golf Clubs, Kids Desk and More!



Yard, gutter house, window cleaning, power washing, dump runs, painting, renos, firewood. Call Sam 250-852-2754.

Newly renovated 3 bed. 2 bath condo in Chase. $1075 incl. w/s/g ,grounds mtce. 250-718-4866


$5 for 20 words. email or drop at at Willows Health Food Store or Sunflower Headquarters 838 Shuswap Avenue

Wanted: Coin collections appraised and purchased. Buying and selling for 54 years. Also, metal detecting service for lost valuables. Chase and area. Phone 250-318-4054. Buying Old Items - Wood Windows, Doors, Ladders, Suitcases, furniture, tools, trunks, tubs, signs, lanterns, pumps, taxidermy, advertising, barrels, scales, farm. 250-577-3357.


Wanted: Caring Foster Home for 2 - 3 year old cocker spaniel dogs for the summer (July & August). Willing to pay $400 to the right person/ family. I will provide all the food and cover expenses. Call Harold 778257-9199 in the evenings.

ESTATE SALE Estate Sale - Saturday June 16th 9 - 3. No early birds please. #24-1214 Okanagan Avenue. (Whispering Pines Trailer Park) .

GARAGE SALES Garage Sale - 2149 Chase Falkland Road. Saturday June 16th and Sunday June 17th. 10 - 4. Many household items, tools, furniture.



Customer Service Trainees are needed to provide superior customer service to the public in an enriched cultural environment at the Little Shuswap Lake Indian Band. If you are a good worker, like people, are between 15 and 30 years of age, registered as a fulltime student and intend to return to school this could be a great summer job for you. The Customer Service Trainees start the week of June 25, 2018 working for at least 8 weeks, minimum of hours per week, as scheduled, including evenings and weekends. Training and supervision is provided. Wage is $12.65 per hour. Email your resume for a Customer Service Trainee position to jziercke@quaaoutlodge. com or fax (250) 679-3039 Competition closes 4:30 pm Monday, June 18, 2018. Job Descriptions are available at These positions are made possible with financial support from Canada Summer Jobs.

Page 11 • June 15th, 2018 • Chase Sunflower Obituary JASON ROGER DOMINICK Jason was born on February 10, 1976 in Montreal, Point Clair. He left us suddenly in a tragic accident to navigate a new world (maybe snowboarding) on May 25, 2018 in Calgary, Alberta. He is lovingly remembered by, mom Charon Bevans (Cleve Bevans), his son Nathan Dominick of Montreal, sister Shannon (Nigel) Henningham, his two brothers Steven Dominick and Bobby Dominick; his father Roger Dominick of Montreal; his grandparents Ron and Connie Hurley of Vancouver Island; his girlfriend Josie; his uncle Trevor Hurley and uncle Gordon Hurley. Jason was predeceased by grandparents Mr. & Mrs. Roger Dominick. He will be sadly missed by many friends, cousins and co-workers. A Celebration of his life will be held on Saturday, June 23 at 2:00 p.m. in the Schoening Funeral Chapel, 513 Seymour Street, Kamloops, BC Condolences may be expressed at:

Business Listings Small engine maintenance and repairs - Certified technician Call 250-320-6082 all outdoor power equipment serviced. Lawnmower, weed whackers, rototiller, quads, motorcycle, generators, boat motors etc. Ask for Jarrett. Chase Upholstery – 323 Willow St, Chase, BC. 679-3923. Furniture – Auto – Boat tops and seats – RVs SAHHALTKUM DAYCARE est.1996. Licensed facility. Certified staff. Children 3mths up to 12 years. Hot Lunch program available. Nutritious snacks provided. Daily educational programs. Part full time or drop in available ALL CHILDREN WELCOME!! F.M.I. 6459 Hillcrest Rd, Chase (across Pine St. bridge) or ph: 250-679-2229

Horoscopes ARIES (March 21 to April 19) You enter a more positive period, both personally and professionally, but trouble spots can appear. Avoid them by keeping lines of communication open.

for the week

TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Don't fret about the competition. Since Taurus rules the throat, you could have the advantage of conveying your ideas in tones that are sure to please your listeners.

GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Of course, as a Gemini, you love to talk. But watch your words very carefully this week. What you say could come back to cause you some unpleasant moments.

CANCER (June 21 to July 22) LEO (July 23 to August 22) VIRGO (Aug 23 to Sept 22) The Grabby-Crabby side of you Spread that natural sunshine all you You like things neat and tidy. That's dominates. You want it all. But try to loving Leos and Leonas radiate, and fine for your closets and desktops, temper that urge to splurge so that you brighten up those gloomy hearts but you need to be more flexible can take advantage of around you. Also, expect a visit in your relationships. Give an upcoming investment from someone from your past. a little, and you'll get a lot opportunity. back. SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov 21) SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec 21) LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct 22) Your financial aspects continue Travel plans might be up in the air -- Use your natural leadership to dominate. There still might be literally -- now that your spouse or qualities to guide a troublesome problems to work out from past partner would rather fly than drive. workplace project through to A thorny workplace issue is completion. A personal business decisions before close to being resolved. relationship is smooth you can make plans for the sailing all the way. future. CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan 19) Aspects for moving to a new location appear to be increasingly favorable. Meanwhile, your loyalty to a friend soon pays off in ways you never expected.

AQUARIUS (Jan 20 to Feb 18) Your ability to be flexible helps get you through changes you hadn't expected, either on the job or at home. Remember to take things one step at a time.

PISCES (Feb 19 to March 20) Your creative talents are put to the test as you attempt to deal with a suddenly changed situation. It will be up to you to devise a way to work it out successfully.

You have a gift for bringing people together. While you love to travel, you also love being at home, especially if you can be surrounded by your family. YOU BORN THIS WEEK:



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