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Chase’s community paper for over 24 years! Issue for the week of Friday, November 8th, 2019 • Vol. 24, Issue 45
25th Anniversary of Chase Country Christmas
his year will mark the 25th Annual Chase Country Christmas event, which begins on Friday, December 6th, with activities running through to the next day. Chase Country Christmas is planned by a dedicated group of volunteers to bring holiday cheer to Chase. This year’s theme is “Snowflakes”. On Friday night, Shuswap Avenue will be closed to traffic uptown and the sidewalks will be lined with vendors
selling their wares to raise funds for their non profit groups. A parade, which travels from the arena along Shuswap Avenue starts at 5:30, will showcase many floats and of course Santa and Mrs. Claus! There will be some new activities this year, stay tuned for more information! You can now find Chase Country Christmas on Facebook. Contact Joanne at the Willows Health Food Store for more information on Chase Country Christmas 250-679-3189.
Chase and District Health Services Foundation PO Box 1099 Chase, BC V0E 1M0
Thank you for every single donation. Our community benefits directly from every single dollar donated.
Little Shuswap Taxi Serving Chase & Area
Final Push on Park includes Christmas Dance by Chase and District Skate Park Society
Since the grand opening of the Dr. Vagyi Memorial Skate Park in 2017, the skate park has seen many wheels zooming back and forth across it. It's been utilized so much that some may be unaware that there is are two more features that need to be constructed on the park for it to be totally complete. After the Kraft Heinz Project Play contest, and the huge push to get an appropriate plan
for Chase and working hard to bring the plan to fruition, the skate park committee stalled out on fundraising for the remaining features, which need to be completed so an engineer can sign off on the project. We are so excited to announce the Helping Hand group has offered to spearhead raising the final funds to bring the skate park to completion! More on page 9...
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Community Bulletin Board
Announce the activities and events of your community organization (non-business). Notices will run 2-3 weeks before your event, or as space allows. Email the text to firstname.lastname@example.org CHASE COUNTRY Parade Form for Chase CHRISTMAS STORE - We Country Christmas Available will be accepting Donations on at the Willows or Chase Info Fri. Nov. 15th from 12-6pm @ Centre. 723 Shuswap Ave (Old Jewelry Store Location) Will except Chase Museum is now New and slightly used items. accepting donations for our No Clothes please. For more annual Christmas Store. New information call Marion @ 679- or gently used ornaments, 8782 or Shirley @ 319-1228 jewelry, toys and household items. No clothing (except scarfs, mittens & hats), appliances Box 12, Chase, BC V0E1M0 or furniture please. 250-679-8470* Contact Billie email@example.com @ 250.679.8241 Meetings are every 2nd & 4th Thursday, or the Museum at Parkside. New members welcome 250.679.8847 Call 250-679-8470 for all Ladies Hockey Chase Lions projects: Wednesdays at 8:30 *Chase Lions RV Park pm All Skill Levels For medical equipment or pull tab Welcome! Come on donations please call Karen Bassett out! 250-318-4527
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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.
400 Club Weekly Winner: Joyce Richardson $100.00
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 107 515 Shuswap Ave, Chase * For info / hours phone 250-679-3536 *
November 11th REMEMBRANCE DAY Parade at 10:40 am Remembrance Day Service at 11 am Community Hall Chase Legion Open at 12 noon After Service - Chase Legion Lower Lounge Hot dogs / Hot Chocolate for the Children Chase Legion Main Lounge Sandwiches, Coffee/Tea Beverages for sale
CHASE CURLING CLUB Pancake breakfast Sun. Nov. 10, 2019. 9 to 11 am. $7, kids eat for less. All proceeds go towards the completely volunteer run Chase Curling Club
Dec. 7 & 8 2019 Chase Mixed Open Bonspiel $240 / team. Theme Ugly Christmas Sweater ALL ARE WELCOME
FMI Janice 250-679-4471or email@example.com
Chase Rotary Box 73
Pres: Bill Heese firstname.lastname@example.org Sec: Doug Everett 675-2574 Meetings the 1st & 3rd Thurs of every month at Railside Rest. Start time is 5:30 pm
CHASE COMMUNITY FELLOWSHIP Everyone welcome
Sundays at Creekside Centre, 542 Shuswap
Worship Service 10:30 am Email: chasefellowship@gm ail.com
The Light of Life Native Fellowship
Blessed Sacrament Parish welcome you to Saturday Mass @ 4:00 pm. Every Tuesday at 1:00 there is an Hour of Adoration. Open to all. Sunday Breakfast. Every third Sunday @ 10:00 am. The price is by donation.
Every Sun 3 pm @ Chase Evangelical Free Church Friendly fellowship with food, family & friends after service. Everyone is welcome. Light of Life Mission- OPENShuswap Ave Pastor Joseph (250) 679-7656
Chase Evangelical Free Church
Shuswap Community Church
295 Shuswap Ave, Chase Sunday service 10am • Kids Hour 10:30 Pastoral office hours: Monday 9-5, Tuesday 12-5 Door is open, coffee is on -- come for conversation, council, or prayer
Sunday Worship, 10:00am@ the Chase Community Hall. Children’s Programs for Kids For more information visit www.aplacetobelong.ca
Shuswap Victory Church
641 Shuswap Ave, Chase BC
Sunday Morning Service: 10:00 am Wed evening Prayer/Praise; 6:30 pm - 9 pm OFFICE HOURS: Tuesdays and Fridays from 10:00-12:30. 250-306-6078
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Community Bulletin Board
Skmana XC and Snowshoe Club is excited to launch their membership drive for the 2019-2020 season and celebrate 30 years in the community! To join the club and sign up for Bunnyrabbits (4 & 5 year olds) or Jackrabbits (6 to 9 year olds), visit our website: ski-skmana.com. Bunnyrabbits and R I Z O Nfrom T A L1 Jackrabbits will run for H 8O Sundays, - 2 PM, starting on January 12. FMI about Bunnyrabbits, Jackrabbits and/or coaching, please contact email@example.com or Tristan at 250-679-8421.
NaNoWriMo! Bring all your plot bunnies and any notes you have for your stories, and we'll provide lots of books, paper, pens and pencils to keep you going! Get more information at Nanowrimo.org! Drop-in. 250-679-3331 Chase Lions 400 Club tickets are now on sale. They can be bought at Eye Candy Boutique or from any member, or call Karen 250-318-4527 Chase Lions Community calendars are renewing. You can mail your form in to the Lions Club, or drop off forms at Lewis and Short Hardware, or call Jeanne at 250-3202314
FLU CLINCIS • North Shuswap Flu Clinic is Thurs Nov 7 from 10-3pm Drop ins Welcome Come on out to the Haldane Elementary • Chase Flu clinic is Thurs Nov 14th from Annual Scholastic Book Fair! The event runs 10-3pm Drop Ins Welcome on Tuesday, November 19th from 8:00-3:30 pm • Family Flu Clinic is Wed Nov 20-booked Wednesday, November 20th 8:00-7:30 pm appts. Only Thursday, November 21st 8:00-3:30 pm • Family Flu Clinic #2 Thurs Dec Come take the opportunity to check some H O ROnly I Z O N T A L - N O I C O of N those special people off of your Christmas 5-booked appts. Call 250-679-1393 to book appts. List. The Haldane PAC would like to thank the community for your continually supporting Village Lanes is hosting a Ladies Night Sip & this yearly event, it puts books into the hands Splurge on Saturday, November 23rd! Tickets our students. We hope to see you there! are $10.00 and all ticket proceeds will be Mental Health Awareness Event - Silent donated to the Chase Community Toy Store! Auction Spaghetti Dinner. November 30th Author Talk: Chase Library Sat Nov 16 at 5 pm Catholic Church Basement. Tickets 2-3pm Drop in. Join local author Carolyn are $10 for adults, $5 for children, Under 5 Parks Mintz for a reading and presentation FREE. Contact Caroline MacDonald 250from her newest book, "Resolve—The Story 679-3435 of the Chelsea Family and A First Nation Community’s Will to Heal". Annual Christmas at he Pritchard FULL COLOUR 1 - C O L O UBazaar R Community Hall on Duck Range Rd. Chase Secondary. Holiday Craft Fair. Saturday November 23 from 10:00am to Saturday November 30. 10 am - 2 pm. 2:00pm. In house raffle, Bake table and our Admission by donation. Tables still available at $15 each. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org famous Lunch table. Please BOOK your for more info! We are trying to raise $ for Craft Table EARLY as there are only 26 making improvements to our library and to tables!!!!!! $10.00 for large, $5.00 for small. FMI and TABLE RENTALS please call April support other students' programs here! 250-577-3798 NaNoWriMo Come Write In Chase Library Nov 1, 15, 29 Noon-3pm - Sometimes the Chase Country Christmas Craft Fair best way to get the creative juices flowing Booking Tables now. Call Leila @ 679-8881 is to be surrounded by other writers and bounce ideas off them, so the library is MORE CRAFT FAIRS On CLASSIFIEDS hosting a Write-In for adults participating in PAGE...
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Wills & Estate Family Law Conveyancing CHASE OFFICE OPEN: On Thursdays 10 am - 4:30 pm #4-834 Shuswap Avenue
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Thank you to the Veterans Lest We Forget
Fourth Generation... Georgia Jules, a current Canadian forces member with the Seaforth Highlanders of Canada remembers. "I am fourth generation service on my father's side and Mike Joe Dick my great grandfather on my mom's side served and numerous uncles". Photos supplied by Georgia Jules
621 1st Ave, Chase BC 250-679-8811
We salute those who served and continue to serve
James, Al and Ethel Manuel
Adams Lake Indian Band www.adamslakeband.org
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 107 515 Shuswap Ave, Chase
Carryl Coles remembers: "Grampa (James Daniel Manuel, Neskonlith Reserve) served overseas in the First World War and in the Home Guard during the Second World War. His eldest son Al Manuel was a Sgt. in WW2.
His eldest daughter Ethel served in the CWAC in England. My aunt Ethel just passed away this year July 12." Photos: Manuel Family
* For info / hours phone 250-679-3536 *
REMEMBRANCE DAY Info on page 2...
Lest We Forget
James Daniel Manuel
Food & Drug
8 am to 8 pm
Sundays: 10 am-4 pm
9 am - 6 pm
825 Shuswap Avenue, Chase BC
Al Manuel and his sister Ethel Weins WW2
NOTE: These were collected last minute for this issue, but more stories, memoriums can be published in upcoming issues. Email to firstname.lastname@example.org or drop off hard copy.
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"Wait for Me Daddy" Helen Dalin: "Something very special to our family is the famous photo "Wait for me Daddy". The man directly behind the Daddy in the front is my Uncle Stan William Cairns who is the brother to James Drybrough Cairns my Dad. In New Westminister, where the original photo was taken
on October 1st 1940, a statue was created recreating the scene. My Uncle Stan never married and had no children. When the statue was unveiled my only living Aunt on that side, my dad's sister, was invited as an honored guest to the statue unveiling. My Uncle Stan drove tanks during the war."
REMEMBRANCE DAY Honouring all veterans including our residents; Richard Clarke, Bill Lemky, and Jim Moore. Thank you for your service. Coffee is always on - call for your tour today. Contact us at 250-679-1512 or 250-320-0400 email@example.com 743 Okanagan Ave, Chase
Winter Stays available - call for details!
The famous photo called "Wait for me Daddy" and statue, photo of Stan Cairns.
Bud Coates Judy Deneault (nee Coates) remembers - "My Dad , Bud Coates. On the front lines delivering supplies to fellow soldiers"
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CUSTOMER APPRECIATION SALE Each week throughout November
20% off EVERYDAY LOW prices Nov. 12 - 15: ALL Yarns & Accessories Nov. 19 - 22: ALL Sewing Notions & Sewing Machine Trolleys Nov. 26 - 29: ALL Fabrics & Batting
CHASING STITCHES PLUS 124A CHASE ST. 250-679-2950
Lincoln Yarama Ropes Title at CFR A young man from the Chase area claimed the Canadian Finals Rodeo Rising Stars team roping title in Red Deer, AB last Saturday. Lincoln Yarama won the title alongside teammate Carson Weaver at an event in Red Deer. In the roping event, teams
must rope a steer by its head and its hind legs in the fastest time. Yarama, who graduated from Chase Secondary School last spring is now a firstyear college student in Olds, Alberta.
Yarns, Fabrics, Notions & Art Supplies
19-0893-03 Black & White Newspaper Version Size: 4.33”w x 7”h
Southern Fried Apples
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until apples begin to break down, 5 to 8 minutes. Serve garnished with additional cinnamon if desired.
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Regular price starts at $38/mo. Receive $10 off if you have Mascon residential internet and/or digital TV, and receive $10 off if you have TELUS Mobility post-paid service. Installation fee of $100-$450 applies.
Call 1-866-832-6020 to sign up today. Learn more at mascon.ca/homesecurity (1) Final eligibility for the services will be determined by a Mascon representative. Mascon reserves the right to make changes to or withdraw services and duration of discount offered for bundle at any time without notice. Cancellation of any service within a bundle will result in removal of unlimited data and regular pricing applies to service kept, currently $85/month for Internet 60 and $43/month for TV + 3 Theme Packs. (2) $18/month for the Secure plan available to customers who have one Mascon residential service and TELUS post-paid mobility service, who have not subscribed to TELUS SmartHome Security services in the past 90 days. Offer expires September 30, 2019. Offers subject to change at any time without notice. Cannot be combined with other TELUS SmartHome Security promotional offers. Minimum system requirements apply. Final eligibility for the services will be determined by a licensed and certified TELUS technician. Bundling discount of $20/month applies to regular price of Secure, Protect and Control plans for 36 months. Full regular price applies, currently $38/month, after 36 months. Regular price is subject to change without notice. A cancellation fee applies for early termination of the 3-year service agreement. The cancellation fee is $10 per month for Secure, Protect and Control plans, multiplied by the number of months remaining in the service agreement. Available to customers signing up for TELUS SmartHome Security on a 3 year service agreement. All recurring monthly charges will be waived for any service cancelled in the 30 days following installation, promotional and installation credits will be reversed, and all equipment rental monthly fees will not apply; however, the rental equipment must still be returned to TELUS or a charge will apply. Rental equipment must be returned in good condition upon cancellation of service, otherwise the replacement cost will be charged to the account. TELUS SmartHome Security installation fee applies and is $100 for customers subscribed to one or more of the following services: Mascon TV or high speed internet, TELUS post-paid mobility. The installation fee for all other customers is $450. 19-0893-03
Coming Soon! Wilf Bennett's memoir 'Indian Cowboy'
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Lion's Club Kids Halloween Party submitted by Karen Bassett
There were approximately 125 attendees to the Lions Club Kids Halloween party. There were 8 different activity (game stations) and each station provided either a treat or a prize. The Lions Club served up 96 free hotdogs and popcorn. The Lions Club would like to thank all the wonderful volunteers who helped us achieve this project, and the Village of Chase for the use of the Hall.
12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS
MARKET IN NOVEMBER • Wooden Animalz & Giftware • Eik's Oxhide Clogs • Katz Bath Bombs • Pebbles Nook Crystals & Stones • Cathy's Leather-works • Bamboo & Hemp Clothing • Organic Spa Product
Eco-friendly gift wrap service offered
NOVEMBER 15TH - 30TH (Tuesday thru Saturday)
10 AM - 5 PM
Come for coffee, music & fun!
Jean Brown volunteering to run the “Poke a Pumpkin“ get a prize station.
637 Shuswap Ave, Chase BC
Natty Cakes Rocks
submitted by Natalie Jones Rushworth
Natty Cakes has teamed up with Shuswap Kindness Rocks for a fun and interactive promotion. You may have seen her handpainted rocks all over the Shuswap this year. Constance Hulls is the artist behind Shuswap Kindness Rock. Cute pictures or inspirational w o r d s a d o r n e rocks of all sizes. Together with her husband Richard, they them all over the Shuswap. Find a rock, snap a pic then post it to her page! Either rehide the rock or keep it! I am going to hide 10 custom
painted rocks all over Chase, some in a few of our favorite spots we like to visit. If you find a rock bring it Natty Cakes at 745 Shuswap Ave, Tue-Sat 10:30am-4:00pm for a sweet treat! Or feel free to rehide or share with a friend! Post your pic on our page Natty Cakes Confectionery & Bakeshop to get entered for an extra draw! I will keep hiding the rocks for the month of November! Free to redeem anytime Good Luck and Happy Hunting!! The rocks are out and ready to find!
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Classifieds FOR RENT
Classifieds are $5 for 20 words. 20 cents for each additional word. Email info@chasesunflower. ca or drop off at 838 Shuswap Avenue or Willows Health Food Store.
Spacious 2 BR basement suite. Quiet home, picture windows, lake view, private covered deck, walk downtown, private laundry. Stairs. $1,350. Utilities and sat TV incl. Cam 250-679-2534
MOVING SALE NOV 9 10:00 – 2:00, #4 235 Brooke Dr (around the back). Please park on the street. Coffee will be on.
Chief Atahm School craft fair on Sat. Nov. 23rd, 2019 time 9:30 am at Alib gym. To book a table call 250-679-8837
FOR SALE - 1 Rascal Scooter $800 OBO. 1 Shop rider scooter $900 OBO. 250-679-8782. FOR SALE - 24' motorhome (winterized). Excellent condition. Must sell. $13,000 OBO. • 2000 watt honda gen set with air compressor. $800. 250-679-3889.
SERVICES OFFERED Need to board your dog? I am a mature, pet loving lady, honest & reliable. References available. Reasonable rates. 250-679-1153.
OPPORTUNITY Are you a retired bus/truck driver? Or just looking for part-time work? Chase Community Services Society is looking for class 4 drivers to operate our new mini-bus. For more information call or text Blaine @ 250-318-3203 or Jim @ 250-571-4512
NOTICE Notice of intent to sell as per the Warehouse Lien Act The contents of storage unit #40, belonging to Reuben Blake Deposited April 3, 2018 Present Charges $615.61 Located at Bighorn Mini & RV Storage, 343 Shuswap Avenue, Chase, British Columbia, V0E 1M0 The contents will be disposed of or sold by public or private sale on or after November 23, 2019. All accounts are subject to administrative, advertising and disposal costs.
CRAFT FAIRS / SALES
The Sorrento Memorial Hall will be holding its annual Craft Sale on November 9th, 2019 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. The address is 1150 Passchendaele Road, Sorrento. Admission and parking is free. Come and check out the many varied wares of local artisans and stock up for the holiday season.
BUSINESS LISTINGS DESIGN HAUS - INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR PAINTING, FENCING, LANDSCAPING AND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE, HEDGING AND PRUNING. 250-852-2298 OR GABESDESIGNHAUS@GMAIL. COM FOR A FREE QUOTE . HALL’S KENNELS - Pritchard *First time boarders receive one free day. *Special rates for long term boarders. Transportation available. 250-318-8367 Small engine maintenance and repairs - Certified technician Call 250-320-6082 all outdoor power equipment serviced. Lawnmower, weed whackers, rototiller, quads, motorcycle, snowmobiles, generators, boat motors etc. Ask for Jarrett. Chase Upholstery – 323 Willow St, Chase, BC. 679-3923. Furniture – Auto – Boat tops and seats – RVs Quality Alterations for clothing and drapery. Call Carmen at 250-299-4195
Obituary Halbert, Robert Scott Scotty passed away peacefully at the age of 88 on October 29, 2019. Scotty grew up in Wakaw, SK, and was in the Navy from 1953-1963. He settled in Chase, BC, in 1964 to raise a family and remained there for five decades. Scotty was predeceased by his brother Bill and is survived by his sister Joyce, his daughters, Glynis and Meredith, his grandchildren, Taylor and Mackenzie, and his nieces, Diane and Brenda. Scotty’s sharp sense of humour and love of music and food was matched by an endless appreciation for nature and wildlife. A skilled craftsman who could build or fix anything needed, Scotty charted his own course through business ventures that made the province of BC as familiar to him as his own backyard. The family would like to thank the nursing staff at The Hamlets Westsyde and all of Dad’s special friends who filled his life with love and laughter.
Everyone, for the Condolence cards, phone calls, visits, Tributes, Hugs and Best Wishes sent my way since Carman’s passing recently. The Love, Respect and support from our friends and the community means so much to myself and the family. I think he would have been amazed not only with the Honors shown him but to realize just how many lives he touched. He is and will continue to be missed by so many. At times like this, we are reminded how Grateful we are to live in such a small caring community,, “Where everybody knows your name”. Again, Thank you all. With Love, Charlaine (Charlie) Lynch
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Skate Park to be complete Spring 2020
There are many awesome fundraisers coming your way. A toonie raffle is already going with awesome prizes including a lovely quilt made by the members of Chase Country Quilters with a skateboarding theme. Other prizes include gift certificates to Railside Restaurant, His and Hers Haircuts at Split Enzz, and wireless earbuds from NRI Distribution. Tickets are available at stores around town, at the Sunflower, and will be at Chase Country Christmas. During CHASE COUNTRY CHRISTMAS, we will be in front of EYE
CANDY selling our wares!! Most exciting of all, there will be a CHRISTMAS DANCE on December 14th at Chase Community Hall, featuring Scotch Creek Hub’s house band, Stiff Whiskers! Tickets are only $15, pick yours up at PharmaChoice, Eye Candy or Railside Restaurant! Thank you for your past support and for your excitement in helping us bring the skate park completion to 100%. A huge, big thank you to the Helping Hand for stepping in and bringing new energy to the project.
NOW IN STORE NATURAL FOODS 729 Shuswap Ave Chase 250-679-3189
DOLLAR DAYS AT SAFETY MART
From November 8 th - 14 th
Aligned Plumbing & Backflow Prevention Gerry Sargent • Chase, BC
Certified Plumber, Gas Fitter & Backflow Tester. Bonded and Insured.
FALL 2019 CALENDAR Sept 19
Kick Off Party!
Capture the Pandas
Falling With Style
Oct 10th King of the Hall! @ The Chase Community Hall Drop-off and Pick-up @ The Chase Community Hall
Oct 24th KIDS zone is for kids GRADES K-6 from 6PM7:30PM @ THE HALDANE SCHOOL GYM
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT SPENCER CALL: (250) 306-3527 EMAIL: SPENCER@APLACETOBELONG.CA
(778) 668-1675 firstname.lastname@example.org
Mini Game Madness @ Chase Secondary Library
Sunday: Closed Monday: 4 pm - 8 pm Tuesday - Saturday: 11 am - 8 pm
Pool Noodle Battle Party @ Chase Secondary Library
Game Show Extravaganza @ Chase Secondary Library
Dec 5th KIDS ZONE IS A PLACE FOR KIDS TO HAVE FUN AND MAKE FRIENDS!
IMPACT IMPACT YOUTH YOUTH
Experienced Housecleaner, Avail. 7 days/week
Ugly Sweater Christmas Party @ Chase Secondary Library
Dec 20th ALL Nighter (Cost $25) @ SCC Salmon Arm Limited Space (Tickets will be available)
For: Grades 7-12 From: 7-9PM @ The Chase Secondary Library
250-679-8822 • 718 Shuswap Ave, Chase
Dr. Wayne Quinn
at the Chase Chiropractic Clinic Clinic Hours: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm Tuesday & Thursdays 830 Thompson Ave, Chase BC
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Business Listings Craig’s Bakery & Deli & Cafe Come on in!
OPEN: Mon - Sat 6 am • Sunday 8 am
MJK Home Renovations Chris Walker
Framing, Custom Woodworking, Tile, Flooring
Kalin Good Carpentry Services
Renos, Decks, Fences, Siding, Roofing & More 18+ yrs exp.
Pete’s Pizza & Pasta Open at 4 pm Tuesday - Sunday
flat-iron.ca Cottage Crafts sewing-alterations-repairs by appointment email@example.com Cell/Text: 250-517-9134
CHASE HAMPER SOCIETY Emergency Help 250-682-6155
Split Enzz Hair Salon
ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Don't feel sheepish about looking to spend more time with that special person during the upcoming holidays. Do it because it's the right thing to do.
NEW, USED + COLLECTIBLES 734 1ST AVE • 250-852-1684
Sharen’s Hair Studio
611 - 3rd Ave, Chase (rear entrance) Mon - Fri
Sorrento Plumbing & Pumps
250-679-0001 Serving the Shuswap!
TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Never mind letting misunderstandings repair themselves. Consider speaking up while the healing process can be shorter and sweeter and leave fewer scars.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Romance is easily awakened in the Geminian heart, especially around the happy holiday season. So go ahead and make those plans with that special someone.
CANCER (June 21 to July 22) LEO (July 23 to August 22) VIRGO (Aug 23 to Sept 22) Moon Children can glow with their own It's a good time for you fabulous This is a good time to let others who inner light as the holiday season magic Felines to take pleasure in your are in your life get a little closer to takes hold. It's a very special time special gift for, well, taking pleasure! you. You'll both find out what you've for Cancers and Libras Look for this holiday season been missing for far too together. Enjoy. to give you every reason to long. purr. LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct 22) SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov 21) Open up your eyes and see some What you expect to be potentially welcome surprises you've missed or troublesome might simply be overlooked for too long. What you find especially challenging and well worth your efforts to check can lead to other favorable out. Good luck! changes.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec 21) A friendship might not seem as trustworthy as you'd like. OK. Ask your questions, get your answers and settle the matter once and for all.
CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan 19) A family situation moves into a new area because of (or, maybe, thanks to) some decisions you might have felt you could not avoid making.
PISCES (Feb 19 to March 20) Friends show how important you are to them. Keep these precious relationships thriving. They affect much that will happen to the fabulous Fish in the new year.
AQUARIUS (Jan 20 to Feb 18) You could be cutting it very close if you hope to make those holiday plan changes in time to avoid problems. Get a friend or family member to help.
YOU BORN THIS WEEK: Time spent at home alone nurtures your mystic self. Spending your time with others nurtures them.
When I went out to my car this morning, it was all covered in leaves, so I guess now it's autumnobile.
Barber, Justin, On Staff Now!
638B Shuswap Ave, Chase • 250-679-4007
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Page 12 •November 8th, 2019 • Chase Sunflower PUBLIC NOTICE OF INTENTION VILLAGE of CHASE BUSINESS LICENSE BYLAW NO. 882-2019 Pursuant to Section 59 of the Community Charter, Notice is hereby given that The Village of Chase Council is considering adopting BUSINESS LICENSE BYLAW NO. 882-2019 to allow for inter-community business licenses. An for inter-community business license means a business that performs a service or activity within more than one Participating Government by moving from client to client rather than having clients come to them. This includes but is not limited to trades, plumbers, electricians, cleaning services, pest control or other similar Businesses. This does not include fruit stands, flea markets, trade shows or other similar Businesses. If you feel you are affected by this bylaw and you wish to address Village Council regarding this bylaw amendment, please attend the Regular Meeting at the Village Office on:
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HEAT TAKE SHOW ON THE ROAD submitted by Scott Koch
The KIJHL schedulers deemed it necessary to put the Chase HEAT Hockey Club on 5 overnight road trips this season. The 2nd of the 5 has just been completed with a trip to Grand Forks and Summerland. In two weeks time they visit Nelson and Castlegar, with the last trips in December and February. They are two game trips versus the old school three games in a weekend, hence the extra expense. To this point it has been worth it as the team has 3 wins out of 4 matchups. Friday night the 1st of November the bags full of twisted twigs stayed over in Grand Forks. The BORDER BRUINS were the hosts for the evening. With a minute gone in the 1st Gavin Mattey turned up the heat when he scored unassisted. 44 seconds later Marino Bordin let a slapper go from the point that bulged the twine, assisted by Rhys Lepine and Hayden Wiebe. Finishing off the 1st Brett Alexander potted his 1st of the season from Corson Nordick. In the 2nd the hosts scored, however Captain Cam Watson on the man advantage with 6 seconds left got that one back from Breckin Erichuk and Mattey. In the 3rd the “Beast of Burden” Evan Hughes popped a pair on either side of a border bear goal. The 1st 24 seconds in from Mattey and then the finale at 4:44 unassisted. Vince Benedetto once again backstopped his team to success repelling 42 of 44 scoring attempts in a 6-2 win. Saturday the 2nd in Summerland saw the STEAM playing host. In the 1st twenty minutes there was no scoring. In the 2nd veteran Colton Nikiforuk scored from Erichuk and Benedetto. Summerland got that back and the period ended 1-1. In the 3rd the flood gates opened with a trio of tallies from the twigs of the HEAT. Wiebe from Erichuk and Trevor Kennedy scored the game winning goal. Tyson Lampreau from Watson and Hughes got an assurance goal. Hughes game in and game out takes the team on his back and in doing so insures something good happens for the team. In this case he was first down the ice, fought for possession versus two STEAM defenders and set up the counter. Jayden Russell then got
his 1st of the season, an empty netter assisted by Mattey and Haden Nordick. Benedetto got an assist and denied 26 of 27 to backstop a 4-1 victory. Next up a Wednesday road trip to face the 100 Mile House WRANGLERS. Friday the 8th the HEAT face the Kelowna CHIEFS at the Art Holding Memorial Arena, followed by a face off versus the Revelstoke GRIZZLIES at the local Chaos Castle on Saturday night. Two contests worth viewing for the price of admission as the HEAT face two of the best! Heat Beat: Saturday, Breckin Erichuk played his 100th regular season game while leading the HEAT in scoring. In 2018-19 he was the leading scorer for Chase, currently he has 22 points. Five players on the HEAT are in the top 50 in the KIJHL, three of them in the top 20. Chase has won 4 games in a row and 8 out of the past 10 games. Their goals for are rising and goals against dropping, just what “Doctor” Fox ordered. While Hughes is the “Beast”, Erichuk is the “Set Up Man” and Alexander is the “Agitator” after getting into another tango tangle in Summerland. Chase remains in 2nd spot in the Doug Birks Division, just 3 points back of the Mountain Mecca Mad Bears. There is a new brother act on the HEAT, Jacob Biensch an 18 year old forward from Marsden Saskatchewan has been signed and joins his 20 year old defenceman brother Caleb. Come out and check things out, you won’t be disappointed! THIS IS
HEAT COUNTRY If you haven’t been to a junior hockey game in Chase you should give it a try, the entertainment includes more then a game of hockey, check it out! SE