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Chase’s community paper for over 20 years! Issue for the week of Friday, November 9th, 2018 • Vol. 23, Issue 45
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Open 11-8 Tuesday - Sunday ph: 250-679-3782 333 Shuswap Ave, Chase BC
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Newly elected Mayor and Council at the Inaugural Meeting on Tuesday, November 6th at Creekside: Left to right: Fred Torbohm, Ali Maki, Rod Crowe, Alison Lauzon, and Steve Scott Photo by Kelsey Snelgrove
Nominations Open for Business Excellence Awards
by Kelsey Snelgrove Have you noticed a business or Business of the Year awards (separated organization go above and beyond in this by large and small). The other categories community over the past year? Don’t are to celebrate excellence over the miss the opportunity to nominate them past year in the following areas; Nonfor the Chase and District Chamber Profit Organization, Environmentally of Commerce’s 3rd Annual Business Conscientious, Hospitality & Tourism, Excellence Awards! The nomination and Service Business of the Year. period is open until November 23rd and The awards will be presented at the forms are available at the Info Centre and annual Christmas Gala on December 8, Miller’s Cabin. 2018. There are six categories including two Continued on page 4...
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Donna Smith-Bradley Your Local Realtor® direct: 250-819-0551 office: 250.955.0307 ext 206 www.donnasb.com firstname.lastname@example.org
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Community Bulletin Board
Announce the activities and events of your community organization (nonbusiness). Notices will run 2-3 weeks before your event, or as space allows. Drop off or email to email@example.com Interested in being a street vendor at Chase Country Christmas? Contact Joanne at the Willows 250-679-3189 Christmas Special for Chase Fire Rescue Association’s 5th Annual Lobster Fest (June 1, 2019 @ ALIB Rec Centre). $45 for single ticket, available only Oct. 1 – Dec. 25. Tickets available at Chase Village Office or from your local firefighter. We are currently looking for volunteers at the Chase Public Health branch. If you are interested in helping out with our baby clinics, Flu clinics or Kindergarten Fair please call Paulette Nielsen at 250679-3010. With your help we can
make a difference. Annual Christmas Bazaar at the Pritchard Community Hall on Duck Range Road. Saturday November 17 from 10:00am to 2:00pm Bake table, 23 Craft tables, in house raffle, a grocery hamper with $25.00 gift card, glass object made by Pritchard’s Sheila Dunn, and 2 Santa’s, Jocie’s Loonie Bin(beer basket, wine basket, porcelain doll) and of course the famous lunch table!! FMI and table rentals please call April 250-577-3798 Chase Library - Thu Nov 15 2-3pm TNRD Talks Recycling. Do you have questions about the changes to the recycling program at your local EcoDepot or Transfer Station? Come to the free public workshop in your community.
Box 12, Chase, BC V0E1M0 250-679-8470* firstname.lastname@example.org Call 250-679-8470 for all Chase Lions projects: *Chase Lions RV Park For medical equipment or pull tab donations please call Karen Bassett 250-318-4527
400 Club Weekly Winner: Jamie Douglas $100.00 See page 7 FMI on Remembrance Day Royal Canadian Legion Branch 107 515 Shuswap Ave, Chase * For info / hours phone 250-679-3536 *
November 11th REMEMBRANCE DAY ARMISTICE 100 AND THE BELLS OF PEACE Parade - 10:20 am Service - 11 am After service - Food and drinks - Legion Cementry - 3 pm
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, Scotch Creek, 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.
Chase Rotary Box 73
Pres: Terri Mindel 250-819-0428 Sec: Doug Everett 675-2574 Meetings the 1st and 3rd Thursday of every month. Start time is 5:30 pm
CHASE CURLING CLUB Pancake breakfast on Sun Nov 11th. 9 to 11 am. $7/person, kids eat for less. Incl pancakes, sausages, eggs, coffee/tea, juice & lots of friendly smiles. Hope to see you there!
Chase Curling Opening Spiel Saturday Nov 3rd. Come join us for lots of fun and great food. FMI Janice @250-679-4471
FMI Janice 250-679-4471or email@example.com
Shuswap Victory Church
333 Shuswap Ave *Please use rear entrance.* Sunday 9:30 coffee time, 10:00 morning service Tuesday 10 am ‘Set Free’ Wednesday evening; 7pm Upper Room worship and prayer Set Free prayer ministry
It is time to walk out of emotional bondage into the freedom Christ paid for on the Cross.
Pastor Peter King 250-804-3518 Church, 250-306-6078
OFFICE: 838 Shuswap Avenue, Chase BC Hours: 10 am - 4 pm Monday - Thursday PHONE: (250) 679-8880 EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org WEB: www.chasesunflower.ca ** Alternate drop-off location at Willows Natural Foods ** MAIL: Box 524, Chase BC, V0E 1M0 Publisher/Editor: Kelsey Snelgrove
Churches of Chase & Area Blessed Sacrament Parish welcomes you to Sunday Mass @ 9 am. + Please join us every 3rd Sunday at 10 am for our Pancake Breakfast Chase Evangelical Free 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
The Light of Life Native Fellowship
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
Shuswap Community Church
Sunday Worship, 5:35PM @ the Chase Community Hall. Children’s Programs for Kids For more information visit www.aplacetobelong.ca
CHASE COMMUNITY FELLOWSHIP Everyone welcome
Sundays at Creekside Centre, 542 Shuswap
Worship Service 10:30 am Email: chasefellowship@gm ail.com
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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. Drop off or email to email@example.com Operation Christmas Child Shoe Box is in full swing once again. Pick up a box, choose a child and the age and then fill the box with suggested items. Return the full shoe box to Miller’s Cabin by November 12th and it will be picked up and shipped off to a special child in need. THE BC Cancer Agency’s Screening Mammography mobile service will be visiting Chase: At Safety Mart, December 12, 13, + 14. Book an appointment by calling 1-800-663-9203. North Shuswap Flu Clinic - Where: North Shuswap Community Hall, 5456 SquilaxAnglemont Rd, Celista. When: Wed, Nov. 14 10:00 am – 3:00 pm. Drop-In – No Appointment Necessary. To book a private / family appointment or for a pneumococcal shot please call 250-679-1393 Artistry Gift and Bake Sale at the Blind Bay Memorial Hall November 17 and 18, 2018 from 10 am to 3 pm The Soup and Buns program continues at the Chase Evangelical Free Church at 295 Shuswap Ave. Come enjoy hot soup meal and fellowship. No Charge. Every Thursday until end of November. 11:00 am - 1: pm Chase & Region Kidney Support Group will meet on Saturday, Nov. 17 @ 10 a.m. in the Mongkok Cafe@ Chase Country Inn. Our focus will be on “Living Well with Kidney
Disease”. Donna Dube, our local public health nurse and Sue Murray, our newly appointed regional community paramedic will attend. We offer an opportunity for people dealing with kidney disease to share their experiences. FMI call Bruce Nelson 250679-8481 or Donna Dube 250-679-1418 (8am - 3pm/Mon.-Fri.) Annual Craft Sale at the Sorrento Memorial Hall, 1150 Passchendaele Road, Sorrento on Saturday, November 10th, 2018 from 9am2pm. Admission and parking is free. Grads will be collecting bottle donations for their dry grad event. November 17th 2018 from 11-4 in Chase. Please call michelle for more info and to arrange pickup. 778-2571049 Chase Country Christmas - Friday, Nov 30th and Sat, Dec 1. Look for full schedule of events/pullout in November 23rd edition of the Sunflower. Please join the Sorrento Lions Club for their Annual Senior’s Christmas Party and Silent Auction to be held November 24, 2018 from 6:00pm to 9:00pm at the Sorrento Memorial Hall, 1150 Passchendaele Road, Sorrento, BC. Admission is free to all seniors with entertainment by the Sorrento Glee Club. There will be a Silent Auction and a 50/50 draw with appetizers and refreshments provided.
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Sat. Nov 17th Karaoke 9 pm Wed. Dec 26th Boxing DAY DJ Chris Simmons Mon. Dec 31st New Years Party! DJ The Noise Machine by Jimmy Deleeuw Paint Night: Coming SOON Date & Time TBA
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I would like to thank Brian from Springhill Excavating for being so amazingly kind to our family when we needed help and many thanks to him for everything he does for little or no money for our community thank you so much Brian. - Lena Reynolds
Beautiful 1373 sq’ 2bd/2ba Condo on Chase Golf Cs! Open concept, gas f/p, vaulted ceiling, huge Mstr, w/ jaccuzi. H/wood flrs, newer furnace, H/water tank & appliances, A/C. $344,900
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Business Excellence Awards
Although hosted by the Chase and District Chamber of Commerce, nomination is NOT limited to Chamber members. All businesses with a valid business license in operation prior/since to January 1, 2018. • Nominations must include a short description on why/how the business achieved this • Award winners may not be nominated in the same category for three years following their win, but can be nominated and win in other categories (See below for previous winners) • Current Chamber of Commerce board of directors may not be nominated Previous winners (in categories that will be used for the 2018 awards) “Business of the Year – 7+ Employees” - Quaaout Lodge & Spa at Talking Rock Resort (2017), Safety Mart Foods (2016)
Classifieds SERVICES OFFERED
Need to board your dog? I am a mature, pet loving lady, honest & reliable. References available. Reasonable rates. 250-679-1153. Will pick up your bagged leaves. Call Mick at 250-319-1503. Housekeeping & Home/Personal Support Experienced and professional. Dedicated to assisting seniors remain independently in their homes. 250-318-4773
3 bedroom,main bath, ensuite,laundry room,office/den, gas fireplace, $1200 plus utilities. 250 718 4866 or 780 788 0461.
2 bedroom, main bath,ensuite, laundry room, gas fireplace, $1100 plus utilities. 250 718 4866 or 780 788 0461.
“Business of the Year – under 6 Employees” - Village U-Brew (2017), Miller’s Cabin (2016) “Organization of the Year” Chase & District Skate Park Society (2017), Chase Lion’s Club (2016) “Environmentally Conscientious Award” - Pete Murray’s Corn Farm (2017), Haldane Elementary School Green Kids Club (2016) Hospitality & Tourism Award: Treetop Flyers (2016) The Chamber invites everyone to make their nominations now and don’t forget to purchase tickets to the 3rd Annual Christmas Gala, where the awards will be presented. Tickets are available at Miller’s Cabin and the Chase Info Centre.
Classifieds are $5 for 20 words. 20 cents for each additional word. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or drop off at 838 Shuswap Avenue or Willows Health Food Store. No classified ads over the phone.
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
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: 250-6792229 Graphic Artist • Individualized Christmas Cards, Calendars, Prints, Photo Restoration and all your business needs. 250-6792381 Quality Alterations for clothing and drapery. Call 250-299-4195
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Elections Part II
– The Good, the Not-so-Good and the Ugly by Carolyn Parks Mintz, Author, Journalist & Freelance Writer
Well done, Chase! Of the village’s 1,800 eligible voters, nearly 1,100 voted in the recent municipal election. And while politicians, electoral systems, and legislation are often maligned (sometimes fairly and sometimes unfairly), it is reassuring to know that Canada’s democracy basically remains intact. And kudos to those who let their name stand for election. Taking part in the democratic process supports the freedoms we enjoy—and can be daunting. Putting oneself ‘out there’ opens a candidate’s values, lifestyle and past to examination and scrutiny. Despite the above positives, recent occurrences during the election in Chase have left this journalist and her family disheartened and unsettled. Firstly, we enjoy the village, love its surroundings, and have met numerous kind and generous people who live here, since moving in over two years ago. Hence, it was deeply disappointing recently to see, hear, and read slanderous and libelous accusations that were made in the run-up to voting day. While free speech is a definitive principle within our country, clear restrictions around it exist. Statutory defamation law protects an individual’s reputation and in that, aims to maintain a level of decorum and civility around differences of belief, outlook or understanding...
Ranfurly Farm Fresh Chicken Delicious, humane, pasture raised -------
Jen 250-679-2738 email@example.com
Yes, we all are free to comment, even harshly, on issues of public interest but only as a matter of opinion. And such statements are to be based on facts which can be proven conclusively and are not to be malicious. Responsible communication, reporting both sides of a story or issue, is informative and demonstrates fairness— and lets the reader or listener decide. Today’s social media leads to some of the worst examples of one-sided libel, delivered by those hiding behind pseudonyms and anonymous blogs. And then there are some who blatantly display vindictive and mean-spirited attitudes regardless of consequences. Spreading dirt and mud around invariably means some of it sticks to the spreader. Just my opinion. Suffice to say, that a bit of the ‘shine has gone off the pumpkin’ with regard to our love affair with Chase. But then, focusing on the positive, associating with the good people of this vibrant community, contributing where we can, and being thankful for what we have here will win out in the end. One thing seems clear—to earn respect, one must exhibit respect. And as Aristotle once wrote, “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence is not an act, but a habit.”
Dr. Wayne Quinn & Dr. Melanie Keith
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Wills & Estate Family Law Conveyancing CHASE OFFICE OPEN: On Thursdays 10 am - 4:30 pm #4-834 Shuswap Avenue
Phone: 250-679-3180 Web: www.cfelaw.ca
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A PASTORAL PERSPECTIVE
A season of thanksgiving by Tyler Harper
I hope that you have recovered from whatever your thanksgiving weekend brought—whether it was a large table full of feasting and family or it was a more solitary affair. Whether your last long weekend included travel far from our comfortable village or if you didn’t travel much pass the threshold of your home, I hope you experienced a time of gratitude. Thanksgiving is a time to remember the vast bounty that we have been blessed with, realizing the great yield of harvest time. This time between Thanksgiving and Remembrance Day is a sort of season of thankfulness. In this time we are thankful for our needs that our met, and those who have given themselves for our security. Giving thanks is an active thing, it is giving thanks. But this action starts with a realization. Before we give thanks we have to be aware of what we have in our life that is worthy of this action. We can’t give thanks if we don’t think we have anything worthy of thanks and regardless of where we find ourselves in the dogeat-dog world, regardless of the size of your bank account, or the size of your family, we all have so much to be thankful for: fresh water, clean air, security, and relationship. Not all of us will enjoy a feast in these days of thanksgiving, but we don’t have fears of armies marching down our street, we don’t have a shortage of water to drink or air to breath, and we have the opportunity for community. But giving thanks can be so
hard, for many of us gratitude doesn’t come naturally, in fact, it might be the last thing we might think of doing. While we all have so much to be thankful for, I believe that it is this last point that is most important for gratitude. Gratitude, thanksgiving can’t occur in a vacuum— because we can’t just be thankful, we give thanks. Giving thanks doesn’t just happen inside of us, it has to connect to someone else. True gratitude requires a relationship. I think that one of the reasons why so many of us struggle with giving thanks is we are disconnected from those who deserve our gratitude. Our food is grown by people thousands of kilometers away, whom we will likely never met, we are helped by people who are warehoused in a call centre or are reduced to an email address, we spend so much of our time alone in personalized ways —personal automobiles, personal music tastes, screens that are personalized for our tastes. We are isolated in our cars and behind computers and phones and through our busyness. Maybe gratitude feels so foreign, because we have lost contact with those who are deserving our thanks? Let me ask you a question, who are you thankful to? Who do you need to build a relationship with to express your thankfulness? Tyler Harper (tyler@ chasechurch.com) is the Pastor at the Chase Evangelical Free Church
Chase Lions - Stride Walk submitted by Chase Lions Club
In Chase, on November 10, to celebrate World Diabetes Day, members of the Chase Lions Club, along with their friends and families, will walk in the Strides: Lions for Diabetes Awareness event. The walk will begin at 11:00 a.m. from the pocket park on Shuswap Ave to the arena and back. Total distance covered will be approx one km. Before the walk, join us at the pocket park for coffee from 9-11, fill in a survey, pick up some information on Diabetes and making healthy life choices. Gather your family, friends and neighbors to walk in the Strides event. This is an enjoyable way for the community to join together in the fight against diabetes. Contact the Chase Lions
Club at (250) 318-4527 for more information or to make a donation. In addition, we will be selling “Strides” pins and t-shirts with all proceeds going to the Canadian Diabetes Assoc. Lions all over the world organize Strides events in their communities to heighten awareness of diabetes and its complications and to provide information on preventing and managing the disease. These events promote regular, healthy exercise and include participants of all ages. Since 1917, Lions have aided the blind and visually impaired and made a strong commitment to community service and serving youth throughout the world.
Clients must bring ID for ALL those in the household with proof of address: ie piece of mail or rent receipt
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CANADA’S HUNDRED DAYS AUGUST 8th, 1918 to NOVEMBER 11th, 1918
submitted by John Angus, Chase Legion The First World War of 1914 – 1918 is on again and again in the weeks and considered by many as a watershed event months that followed, with our soldiers in Canadian history that helped mark courageously fighting their way through our evolution into a truly independent the Hindenburg Line, across the Canal country. Our soldiers du Nord and into Cambrai, played an impressive before finding themselves role in the conflict, in Mons, Belgium, on capped by a series of November 11th 1918 – great victories in the the day the Armistice that closing months of the finally ended the fighting in fighting during the sothe First World War went called “HUNDRED into effect. DAY OFFENSIVE” in The Canadians had the late summer and helped break the stalemate fall of 1918. of trench fighting on the On August 8th 1918, Western Front that had the Allies launched lasted 4 bloody years. Their the Battle of Amiens success came at a high in northern France, price, with more than 6,800 with the Canadians of our soldiers being killed tasked with being at and approximately the spearhead of t h e 39,000 more wounded attack. It was a great during the final 3 months of success with our soldiers leading a major the conflict. A HUNDRED YEARS breakthrough on what the German high LATER, WE STILL REMEMBER---commander called “the black day of the WE WILL German Army”. The Allies seized the REMEMBER THEM momentum and continued the pressure. Thank you The Canadian Corps would be called
Chase Legion #107 Remembrance Day Parade Schedule 2018
Parade will leave PharmaChoice parking lot at 10:40 am sharp. Service in community hall 11:00 am After service, there will be hot dogs & hot chocolate in Legion basement for the children, lunch upstairs for the adults.
ARMISTICE 100 -- BELLS FOR PEACE
This will be a short ceremony to honour our WW1 Veterans. Place; Chase Cemetery at 3 pm. A candle will be lit for each WW1 Veteran and their names read out. Bells will ring 100 times, to recognise the end of WW1, 100 Years ago. This was the war to end all wars, how-ever, we have not learned.
WE MUST REMEMBER THEM
VETERAN’S NIGHT FREE ADMISSION
-- SATURDAY NIGHT -LEGION MEMBERS & VETERANS CHASE HEAT vs SUMMERLAND STEAM Nov 10th • 7:00 pm ART HOLDING MEMORIAL ARENA (ID required at Ticket Desk if not in Uniform)
Thank you to the Veterans Lest We Forget
621 1st Ave, Chase BC 250-679-8811
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING VILLAGE of CHASE ZONING AMENDMENT BYLAW NO. 857-2018 The Village of Chase Council will be holding a Public Hearing pursuant to Section 464 of the Local Government Act, to consider amendments to the Village of Chase Zoning Bylaw No. 636-2006 for the following property shown as “subject property” on the sketch plan below. The Council will consider amending the land use designation by installing a land use designation on the ‘subject property’ for ‘R-1, Low Density Residential’. What is the Zoning Amendment about? Currently no activities can occur on the land because there is no zoning on the land. If adopted, Amendment Bylaw No. 857-2018 would install land uses on the subject property for R-1, Low Density Residential which would allow single-family dwellings to be built. If you feel your property interests may be affected by the proposed amendment and you wish to address Village Council on any matters pertaining to this bylaw, please attend the Public Hearing at the Village Office on: Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 4:00 pm Additional information, a copy of the bylaw, supporting staff reports, and any relevant documentation may be inspected until Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at: Chase Village Office: Hours: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm weekdays except statutory holidays Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 250.679.3238 Your comments/concerns may also be presented in writing, in advance of the meeting by addressing them to the undersigned, or at the public hearing in person, by petition or by attorney. Sean O’Flaherty, RPP Corporate Officer Village of Chase Note: This is the second of two consecutive Public Notices. Dated this 9th day of November, 2018 at Chase, BC
Bunnyrabbits Cross Country Ski Program Deadline is November 11
by Michelle Tsutsumi, Skmana Ski & Snowshoe Club Vice President & Secretary
Things are hopping along to get things ready for the Bunnyrabbits Program this winter. Dolson’s in Kamloops is ready to order equipment for our 4- and 5-year-old skiers, thanks to a grant awarded by viaSport this summer. The program is half full and we’re aiming to have everyone registered by November 11th. This means that equipment and program packages (that include sweet toques for each child) can be ordered and received by the time lessons start in January. If registrations roll in after November 11th, there is no guarantee that there will be free equipment to use during the program. The plan is to hold six weekly lessons starting on January 8 and running until February 12, from 1:30 to 2:15. Weather permitting, the program would continue until February 26. (Yes, the program will be running on Tuesdays. Unfortunately, with our volunteer coaches who work on weekends, this was the only day of the week that was possible to run Bunnyrabbits. If someone is interested in helping with coaching, weekend lessons can be offered). The cost and use of equipment, as well as the Bunnyrabbits classes, will be free to club members (a minimum of one adult and one child). The objective is to introduce cross country skiing and the healthy lifestyle associated with it through organized activity and active play. In addition, the program is designed to:
• Help children develop a positive self-image. • Be fun. • Provide children an opportunity to make skifriends. • Develop fundamental movement skills. • Help children develop an awareness and appreciation of our natural environment. Skmana offers 18 km of ski and snowshoe trails to explore and it is only 15 minutes out of Chase. During the off-season, Skmana Ski and Snowshoe Club acquired a new piece of equipment so that track setting can occur in more variable conditions. This means phenomenal skiing over the winter! With a warming hut, and trails for all ability levels and conditions, it is a winter wonderland for all ages to enjoy. For more information about membership and the Bunnyrabbits program, please visit our brand new website: www.ski-skmana. com, thanks to Stefan Schielke of inTechrity! If you are interested in sponsoring the Bunnyrabbits program locally, email skiskmana@ gmail.com. With the lowest Nordic club membership rate in the province and the hidden treasure of trails, Skmana Ski and Snowshoe Club is worth a try this winter. This project was funded in part by a grant from viaSport BC and the province of British Columbia and funded in part by the Government of Canada.
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What is Operation Christmas Child? submitted by Clare Hale
“Operation Christmas Child a project of Samaritans Purse, is a hands-on way for Individuals and Groups in our area to bring joy and hope to children in desperate situations around the world through gift filled s h o e boxes.” “ A s Samaritans Purse works to provide physical and spiritual relief to hurting people all over the world, shoe boxes remind Children suffering through war, poverty, famine diseases and disaster that they are loved and not forgotten.” Who Can Partner with us? Any one! Any group! Schools, Home School Groups, Sports Teams, (hockey teams) Community Clubs (Lion’s) Community Clubs, Seniors Groups, Day Cares, Businesses, Churches, and Retailers. Why not use Shoe boxes as a unique team building exercise to connect your employees? Filling shoeboxes is a hands-on fun way for your staff to impact the lives of less fortunate children around the world. Groups packing OCC Shoe boxes often hold packing Parties, make team challenges, or set group wide goals. Many
groups love purchasing items all year round. Often challenging each other to scoop the best deal around town. Like after Christmas sales at Wa l - M a r t or school supplies sales in September. How does Christmas stuffies for .50 cents each sound? (I bought a whole box!) If you are a millennial shopper preferring to shop on line, did you know you can pack a shoebox online? www. s am ar it ans pu r s e . c a / article/pack-a-shoeboxonline Our Collection Dates this year are November 12th to 18th. IT IS VERY IMPORTANT THAT THIS YEAR BOXES BE IN BEFORE THE 18TH. There is no more free shipping through Greyhound. ALL LATE BOXES WILL BE HELD TILL NEXT YEAR! You can pick up and drop off shoe boxes at Millar’s cabin this year. You will also be able to drop off shoeboxes at The Hub in Sorrento, right next to Steamers Coffee shop. There will be a mail box that you can deposit your boxes through anytime 24/7 We hope our communities will support OCC Shoeboxes in more and more
creative ways. And have lots of fun doing. And we’d love to hear how you do so! Contact Judy Waller, Area Connect Volunteer @ 778.490.5058 Clare Hale, Area Connect Volunteer @ 250.515.6028. For further information please go to https://www. samaritanspurse.ca/whatwe-do/operation-christmaschild/
Council meeting schedule for the balance of 2018: Council meetings are scheduled for Tuesday November 13 and 27, 2018, and December 11, 2018 - all meetings currently starting at 4:00 p.m. and are held in the Council Chamber at the Village office, 826 Okanagan Avenue, Chase, BC. We welcome everyone to attend meetings to hear about current matters that affect our community.
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TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) It could be a problem dealing with unfamiliar people who do things differently from what you’re used to. But rely on that strong sense of purpose to get you through this difficult
GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) To avoid neglecting a personal matter because of a demanding new workplace schedule, start prioritizing immediately. Knowing how to apportion your time takes a little while to set up.
CANCER (June 21 to July 22) LEO (July 23 to August 22) VIRGO (Aug 23 to Sept 22) It won’t be easy to avoid some of the A much-talked-about workplace You might still believe that your trust pressures that come with change. change could be coming up soon. Be was betrayed, although the facts would Best advice: Take things a step at a sure to get all the details involved in appear to prove the opposite. But by time, and you’ll be less the process, and once you the week’s end you should likely to trip up while things have them, you can decide learn something that will help are in a chaotic state. how you want to deal with it. set the record straight. LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct 22) SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov 21) SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec 21) Holiday plans could be a challenge The facts continue to be on your There could still be a communication because of shifting circumstances. side. So make use of them in problem holding up the resolution But a more settled period starts by dealing with any challenge to your of a troublesome situation. Stay stated position. Also, open with it, and eventually your midweek, allowing you to your mind to the offer of help message will get through firm up your plan-making from an unlikely source. and be understood. once and for all. CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan 19) A possible change in your workplace schedule might create a chaotic situation for a while. But once things begin to settle down, you might find that this could work to your advantage.
AQUARIUS (Jan 20 to Feb 18) A recent job-linked decision might need to be reassessed because of the possibility of finding benefits you might have overlooked. Check out all related data to help in the search.
PISCES (Feb 19 to March 20) A personal situation you agreed to might not be as acceptable to the other person involved in the matter. Avoid pressuring and bullying. Instead, seek common ground by talking things through.
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TRIBUTE TO VETERANS
by Scott Koch, Chase Heat The Chase HEAT Hockey Club have in and then Gavin Mattey from Gremaud donned camouflage jerseys for the month and Breckin Erichuk evened the contest of November in a tribute to Veterans. again. However the GRIZZLIES came For the 2nd year in a row the jerseys back with a pair for a 2 goal margin to will be auctioned off at the November end the 2nd period. In the 3rd the visitors 24th home game. The monies raised added to their lead, before Erichuk will be presented to the Royal Canadian undressed the visiting tender, assisted by Legion Branch Aaron Hill. 107 – Chase Mattey Poppy Fund. potted his Team President 2nd of the Scott Koch contest NOW IN explains “As an assisted by STOCK! organization Ty Collens we are proud a n d of all our Erichuk to veterans and make it a The the freedoms one goal that exist due to game. The NATURAL FOODS their sacrifices locals then 729 Shuswap Ave Chase made on our mounted a 250-679-3189 behalf. The players, staff, families, fans ferocious assault to tie the game, however and volunteers are pleased to be able to with 1:15 left Revelstoke scored against make a contribution to a very worthwhile the play, to head out of town with a 6-4 effort. Lest we forget.” road win. The drive and energy shown www.ChaseSunflower.ca On the hockey front, the fast improving against one of the KIJHL’s top teams gave lads on the HEAT brought energy, clear indication that the speed, focus and intensity to the 2 games HEAT’s perseverance is played this past weekend. The result starting to pay off. 2 of a possible 4 points in back to back If you want to get a games. Friday the 2nd the team travelled hockey fix prior to a gap to Sicamous to face the EAGLES. No in the home schedule, scoring in the 1st period that featured there is a duo of dustups fast action and stellar goaltending. In coming. Friday the 9th the 2nd Evan Hughes got his team on the Nelson LEAFS arrive the scoresheet on the powerplay, from in town and Saturday the Brandon Gremaud and Gavin Mattey. 10th the Summerland In the 3rd the battle continued in a hard STEAM face off versus hitting contest but no pucks crossed the your HEAT. The local goal line. The end result a 1-0 shutout barn will be red hot and win for the HEAT. Dylan Barton was on action packed with edge the top of his game in goal, stopping all of seat entertainment. 40 shots to earn star honours. After that the next November 11th - December 15th Saturday the 3rd found the Division home game is Saturday Hamper Pick Up Day December 19th leading Revelstoke GRIZZLIES arrive the 24th, jersey auction at the Art Holding Memorial Arena to night versus the North play the HEAT. The Mad Bears popped Okanagan KNIGHTS. the only goal in the 1st for a 1-0 lead. This Sunday November In the 2nd the flood gates opened in a 11th, Remembrance seesaw battle, Marino Bordin from Kasey Day your team will Jackson on the powerplay evened the attend the Parade and score. Bordin and Jackson both 16 years then the Service at the old are the youngest players on the 25 Community Hall. Lest man roster. Revelstoke poked a counter We Forget.