Chase Sunflower - June 17, 2022

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Chase’s community paper for over 27 years! Issue for the week of Friday, June 17th, 2022 • Volume 27 - Issue 23


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A Hummer and a Lazuli Bunting in Chase on June 14. Photo by Ann Steenhuysen



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Community Events Bulletin Grad Class 2022 Parade around Chase - Friday, June 17th starting at 6 pm. Bang your pots and pans to celebrate the grads Chase & District Museum & Archives Society’s Annual Strawberry Tea After a few years’ absence, The Chase & District Museum & Archives is happy to announce they will be hosting their annual Strawberry Tea on Saturday, June 25th from 1-3pm, rain or shine. Everyone is welcome with admission at $7 per person, paid at the door. Come and enjoy an afternoon at the museum while partaking in cake and strawberries and your choice of coffee or tea served on our fine china. For more

OFFICE: 838 Shuswap Avenue, Chase BC Hours: 10 am - 4 pm Monday - Thursday PHONE:


information, call the museum (250-679-8847) or email us at chasemuseumsociety@gmail. com Historic Graveyard Tour and hike to Chase Creek First Falls with historian David Lepsoe. Sat. Jun 25 from 11.30am - 1pm Join historian And trail champion David Lepsoe for a tour of the graveyard and a short 1 km level hike to Chase Creek First Falls. On the hike we will walk along MOTI’s proposed trail to the Highway bridge. We will also show a map of the new proposed trails in the Scatchard area. This event is free of charge. Limited spots available. If you are interested, please email

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 107 515 Shuswap Ave, Chase * For info / hours phone 250-679-3536 *

Mon. June 20 - open 2 - 6 pm - fun darts Tues. June 21 - open 2 pm - 6 pm fun pool, fun darts, free meat draws Wed. June 22 - CLOSED Thurs. June 23 - open 2 - 6 pm fun darts/fun pool, great discussions Fri. June 24 - open 2 pm Join us for Fri. Burger Nite 5 - 7 pm Sat. June 25 - open 1:00 pm - fun darts, meat draws, 50/50, lotto, pull tabs Sun. June 26 - CLOSED Canada Day Fri. July 1 Chase Legion open 2 - 8 pm NO Burger Nite Friday July 1st.

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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 necessarily 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. The Chase Sunflower is copyrighted and may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the written consent of the publisher. The Chase Sunflower is independently owned and operated by Shuswap Prairie Publishing. 1500 copies are printed weekly and distributed around Chase, as well as to Pritchard, Sorrento, Squilax, Jade Mountain, and Adams Lake. 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.

EMAIL: WEB: ** Alternate drop-off location at Willows Natural Foods ** MAIL: Box 524, Chase BC, V0E 1M0 Publisher/Editor: Kelsey Snelgrove

With respect, I acknowledge that I live and work on the unceded traditional lands of the Secwepemc First Nation.

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Pres: Patrick Herba (250-702-3677)

Meetings @ 5:30 pm on 1st & 3rd Thurs of each month at Railside Restaurant. New members welcome!

Chase Lions Club

PO Box 12, Chase, B.C. V0E 1M0 Facebook Chase & District Lions Club President – Karen Bassett 250-318-4527 Please call for Lion projects incl pull-tab donations

Meeting at 6pm on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month, downstairs of community hall. Everyone welcome. Lions RV Park Reservations 250-679-8470 For Medical equipment contact Sandra Welton 778-245-3808.

400 Club Winner Vanna King $100.00

At the Blessed Sacrament Parish we invite you all to Mass on Saturdays @ 4:00 pm. Tuesdays @ 1:00 pm. - Holy Hour with Rosary and Divine Mercy chaplet. For inquiries call 250679-3025 or 250-372-2581

The Light of Life Native Fellowship Pastor Joseph #1.250.457-3845 Find "Joseph Shuswap Kim" on Youtube

Churches of Chase John 3:16 "For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life."


Chase Community Church ChaseEvangelical Evangelical Free Church meets onServices Sunday Outdoor Free Church295 Shuswap Ave mornings at 10am @ 10am, Sunday @the Service at 10 am Physical Gathering Chase Community Hall Memorial Park Sunday Suspended in response Visit More Information to Provincial Health at Order, Online Gatherings for more info. Accessible at 250 679 3626 Call: (778) 824-0383 250Tyler@ 679 1676 or Email: Spencer@

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Recent Dramatic Production with a Clear Message Carolyn Parks-Mintz, Author, Journalist & Freelance Writer

The latest play mounted at Kamloops’ The family’s concurrent connection Pavilion Theatre by Western Canada and disconnection to the Secwepemctsin Theatre in early June reiterated language and the results of that soon something that has been revealed over became apparent as their story unfolded. the last number of years with regard to The varied impacts on their culture, Indigenous peoples—one’s first language community and experiences were is an integral part of self-identity, definitively illustrated by the is essential to who we are. well-crafted script—as were the “Echoes of the Homesick inter-generational struggles that Heart” by talented and emerging ensued. The play’s conclusion local playwright Laura Michel illustrated how resolution can of nearby Adams Lake (Cstalen) be achieved—and what needs First Nation was based on to diligently continue, both 40 interviews she conducted within First Nations and beyond throughout Secwepemc amongst non-Indigenous territory, as well as anecdotal populations. contributions from many others. Laura Michel The post-show artist and It’s inter-generational content crew chat with questions and clearly illustrated what was lost answers for audience members beyond language—and what needs to be was especially informative. “Echoes” was recovered as a step toward repairing the videoed for use as an educational tool, and damage done. a Study Guide based on the production The play’s creative minimalist set, has been developed as well, available at effective lighting, and interwoven sound- tracks fully complemented the script and In addition to Playwright Laua Michel, its message. The addition of the character the following Creative Team put together of Trickster and Teacher Coyote (Seklep), an impactful production: Director Eric with erudite messages, wove together Coates, Dramaturge Andrew Kushnir, Set, the ultimate message of the production. Lighting & Projection Designer Hailey Effective learning and coping are multi- Verbonac, Costume Designer Bonnie faceted and require us to draw on several Acko, Sound Designer Jeremy Kneeshaw, sound sources. Stage Manager Kelsey Rae and Assistant The cast of Chris Bose (“Abe”), Stage Manger Donna Sharpe. Issiah Bull Bear (“Sunec”), Merewyn Having seen and enjoyed the play— Comeau (“Emily”), and Lori Marchand with its inherently sad revelations and (Grandmother Kyé7e “Bernadette”) were ultimate achievements—I hope that, compelling in their respective roles and through similar touching drama, the delivered excellent performances—and message of damage and impairment done it should be noted that Lori Marchand, by colonization and residential schools replacing original actor Gloria May will be heard by many more. Well done, Eshkibok (who had become ill) had just all! twelve hours of rehearsal time before WCT’s coming season will be announced hitting the stage. at the end of June online at


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Mountain bikers in the Shuswap! We are talking about the John Evdokimoff Bike Park in White Lake. For those looking to do some downhill biking or get the kids out on the dirt track, this is a fantastic technical skills park, pump track, burn trail, tabletops, jumps, and free ride trail for mountain bikers. Bonus, it’s gets evening sun, has great views of the lake, boasts an awesome playground, sports court(with equipment), and is the trail head to one of our favourite hikes around- the White Lake Lookout. My kids and I love this bike

park. It’s also a great place to host a kids birthday party! There is a covered wooden shelter with tables and all the amenities. The bike park was designed by legendary mountain bike guru, Jay Hoots, for CSRD Parks and built by local volunteers. John Evdokimoff was a CSRD parks employee who built several parks in the Shuswap and was a strong community leader. He spearheaded the original mountain bike skills park that was at this same sight. This park commentates him and there is a nice plaque for him at the entry honouring him.

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Classifieds Obituary Peter Eric Wicklund

July 4, 1930 – June 8, 2022 On Wednesday, June 8, 2022, Mr. Peter Eric Wicklund of Oliver passed away peacefully at Sunnybank Centre at the age of 91 years. He was predeceased by his parents John & Hilda Wicklund; sister Lea Kelly and son Michael in 1996. Peter will be fondly remembered by his loving family including wife, Barbara of 67 years; daughter, Kelsey (Jim); grandson, Jordon (Temam); granddaughter, Amanda (Brandon); five great-grandchildren; sister, Donna as we well as numerous nieces, nephews and extended family. Peter worked as a millwright, a sawyer and logger over the years. He was also a valued member of the Chase Volunteer Fire Department. A counsellor for the Village of Chase as well as a Scoutmaster. In his free time, Peter enjoyed golfing at Fairview Mtn. in Oliver and Sunshore in Chase, curling at the Oliver Curling Club and the Chase Curling Club, bowling, camping and hunting. Thanks go out to the wonderful staff at Orchard Haven in Keremeos, and Dr. Van De Vosse who cared for him for the 8 1/2 months he was there. Also, to the caring staff at Sunnybank in Oliver, who cared for him the last 2 weeks of his life as well as to Dr. Smallwood, who was his doctor in Oliver for many years. A family graveside service will be held at a later date at the Chase Cemetery. Donations are gratefully accepted for the Oliver Hospital Thrift Store Expansion: c/o The South Okanagan Similkameen Medical Foundation, 550 Carmi Avenue, Penticton, BC V2A 9Z9. Those we love never truly leave us. There are things that death cannot touch. Condolences & Tributes may be directed to the family by visiting

Celebration of Life Dale Robinson

Please join us in sharing memories of our loved one on July 2, 2022. Since his passing in February this year he has been sadly missed and we would love nothing more than to gather with family and friends and share our fondest memories. Gathering will be held at 546 Aylmer Road at 2:00pm. Please note we will dedicate that time to a Eulogy, but if you are unable to be there at 2:00, then please drop by at any time during the day to share in the celebration with us. Please bring your lawn chair and guitars as we look forward to some sing-a-longs. We will also be holding a Celebration of Life for Grandpa in AB on August long weekend at Leddy Lake if you can not attend the BC Celebration.


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Celebration of Life Blanca Rothenbacher

It is with sadness in their hearts that the Rothenbacher Family share the news that On July 12, 2021, Blanca passed away quietly and peacefully at the Overlander Residential Care home in Kamloops with her two sons at her side (Claudio and Herbert) and daughter-in-law Carolyn. Leaving behind her only daughter Ingrid and son-in-law Peter (from Munich, Germany ) as well, her son Hasso and wife/daughter-in-law Terri from Warroad, Minnesota, US Grandchildren Collin, Dayna, Marcus, Trevor and their families. The Rothenbacher Family (Ingrid, Claudio, Hasso, Herbert) are able to gather for a Celebration of Life for Blanca at the residence of Herbert located at 1672 Chase Falkland Road, Chase on Saturday June 25th at 1 pm. Claudio will be putting on his Chief’s hat and helping to roast a pig , all the trimmings will be served. So those that knew her please come and share your stories with the family and help celebrate Blanca’s Life.

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June 14, 2022 - Highlights submitted by Village of Chase

Council held a Regular meeting on June 14, 2022 at the Community Hall and via Zoom. One person participated virtually, 4 people participated in person.

to create a mural on the East wall of 722 Shuswap Avenue as part of their summer recreation programming for school aged children.

The Mayor announced that June 19, 2022 has been proclaimed as the Longest Day of Smiles in the Village of Chase in support of Operation Smile Canada a global medical charity providing free, life-changing surgeries and medical care to children born with cleft conditions around the world.

A resolution was passed by Council for the Village to apply for funding to conduct an extreme heat mapping, assessment, and planning project to identify the vulnerable population in Chase and plan for assistance when an extreme heat event occurs.

Council heard from Councillor Shelley Witzky of the Adams Lake Indian Band regarding the Secwepemc Landmark Project (Sculpture) in Chase. The location for the sculpture has been chosen and blessed by the Indigenous elders. Being so close to the lake a survey is required to determine the exact high water mark of the lake so that erosion mitigation measures if necessary for the base of the sculpture can be incorporated into the work. The Chase Environmental Action Group provided a presentation to Council outlining what the group does, the need for action from every level of government and society, highlighting some of the actions the Village has already taken and outlining various actions the Village can consider taking to help with the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and ultimately climate change. Council passed a resolution to donate $500 to the 2022 Dry Grad Committee. Council also passed a resolution saying it is in favour of the Chase and Area Young Learners Society proposal

The Shuswap Rowing and Paddling Club invited Council members to attend their Shuswap Dragon Boat Cancer Survivor Carnation Ceremony on June 18, 2022 at 11 a.m. at Marine Peach Park in Salmon Arm. A letter from Federal MPs Stubbs, Kurek and Gourde regarding economic development in rural communities was received as information. Council approved various requests from the Chase and District Festival Society for no parking, road closures, park usage, electricity, and Community Hall washrooms for both Canada Day and Lakeside Music Series events in July and August 2022. With no further business, the Council meeting concluded at 4:54 p.m. For more information regarding Council’s meetings, please go to the Village’s website at council/minutes-agendas/ The next Regular meeting of Council is scheduled for Tuesday, June 28, 2022 at the Community Hall at 4:00 p.m. and via Zoom.

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Summer Music Line Up Announced

The Chase & District Festival Society is excited to announce the performance line up for the 2022 Village of Chase Lakeside Music Series, which includes Canada Day, Music on the Lake, and Interior Savings CornStock. July 1: Craig Rushworth, Jacob Schraepel, and the Turtle Valley Band (6:30pm start time)

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July 5: Suz & Jonny's Blues Band

Blue (6 pm start time)

July 12: Paisley Groove

August 23: The Spiritual Warriors

July 19: George Leach

August 30: The Daytime Highs

July 26: Daveton Jones Band August 2: King of Foxes August 9: The Liz Blair Project August 16: Interior Savings CornStock ft. Tanner Dawson Duo and Shattered

More information on each band will be included in future editions of the Sunflower and online at Please note all start times are 7pm, unless otherwise noted.

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This week’s CMBA Players of the week!

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Primary Care Paramedics and Emergency Medical Responders positions available in Chase, BC

Bo Jablonski

9U Thunderbolts Favourite Ice cream is moose tracks. He loves to play 1st base!

Ethan Patterson

5U Stop Signs He likes cotton candy ice cream and running the bases.

Hunter Mattey

9U Grey Hawks He likes bubble gum ice cream and batting. Or, call our local ambulance supervisor at 250.371.7445


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7U Jaguars He loves bubble gum ice cream and batting!

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Lucas Hartling

7U Chase Grizzlies Loves Birthday Cake Ice Cream and catching the ball!

Thank you to the wonderful Eye Candy ladies for the GC donations and to Kelsey at the Chase Sunflower for printing our players in the paper!

Shuswap Trail Alliance News Sxwesméllp Secwépemc Landmark Unveiling On behalf of the Secwépemc Landmarks project partners, the public is invited to celebrate the unveiling of the first Sxwesméllp Secwépemc Landmark sculpture at the Salmon Arm wharf on Saturday, June 25th from 10 am-12 pm. We hope you can join us to celebrate the installation of the sculpture, and recognize all of the community members who have been part of this project

South Shuswap Destination Trail Plan The South Shuswap’s recreational trail system is a draw for both residents and visitors. The CSRD is planning now for the future of trails in the area and your ideas count! Take 6 minutes and fill out the online survey. All the meeting details, survey and Zoom links are available at CSRD Connect:

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