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Chase’s community paper for 25 years! Issue for the week of Friday, November 27th, 2020 • Vol. 25, Issue 47

Chase BC Delivery & Courier Services Closed on Thursdays

Constable Lora Ford Retires from RCMP submitted

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n November 17th, 2020, Cst. Lora FORD worked her last day as a member of the RCMP after nearly 20 years of service. Cst. FORD began her career in Langley, where she worked for 6 years, after which she transferred to the Chase Detachment. During her 13 years of service in Chase, Cst. FORD taught the DARE Program to countless students. She also served a school liaison, Victim Services liaison, and filled the position of First Nations Police Officer. Cst. FORD is wellknown for her compassion and dedication to the community she served. At the Chase Detachment, she was recognized for being a mentor, role model and confidant to her co-workers. Her co-workers will miss her can-do attitude and wicked sense of humour. The Chase RCMP Detachment wishes Cst. FORD all the best in her retirement.

250-679-3242 • Chase B.C.

Howies Hockey Tape and accessories

Now Available at Chase Home Hardware

Duck Range Plumbing and Heating Ltd.

Chase Country Christmas

Parade

Cancelled See page 8 - 9

MLS#159125

When you live in a Village that is on Shuswap Lake, where else would you want to live but near the lake on Lakeshore Dr! This great family home is located steps to the private beach and a short golf cart ride to the golf course. $440,000

Donna Smith-Bradley Your Local Realtor® direct: 250-819-0551 office: 250-679-7748 www.donnasb.com donna@century21lakeside.com


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Community Bulletin The Chase Community Christmas Tree will light up Friday Dec 4th. A video of the light up will be posted on our community social media groups. Watch for more info. The Chase Museum & Archives Society Christmas Store open Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm in the Nationwide building. All COVID-19 protocols will be in effect, including mandatory

masks. There will be hand sanitizer and a limited occupancy.

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

Chase

The drop off box for the Chase Lions Community Calendar’s is now locates at Eye Candy Endless Emporium. Your renewal sheet is behind October in your calendar, you can drop off with your $10 to the drop box or mail in. Any questions contact Jeanne 250-320-2314

Chase Lions

Box 12, Chase, BC V0E1M0 250-679-8470* chaselions67@gmail.com Meetings are every 2nd & 4th Thursday, in Room B at the Community Hall. Use rear entrance. New members welcome Call 250-679-8470 for all Lions projects: *Chase Lions RV Park For medical equipment or pull tab donations please call Karen Bassett 250-318-4527

400 Club Weekly Winner: Tanis Carmichael $100.00

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

Chase Legion will be following recently imposed New Covid 19 Health Protocals, and Regulations until update December 7th, 2020.

​WE ARE OPEN

TUESDAYS 3 pm - ? FREE - Gift Card Draw 4 - 6:30 pm FRIDAYS 3 pm - ? SATURDAYS 1 pm - ? THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE AND CONTINUED SUPPORT.

400 club tickets are available from any Lions member, or at Eye Candy. Get yours today. Remember you get 52 weekly draws a year. For delivery please call Karen 250318-4527 Chase Minor Hockey Bottle Donation. Due to Covid, we are asking that all tin/bottle donations be bagged and labelled "CMH" and dropped off at the Bottle Depot. Due to the recent Covid shut down, the Anticipated Mass service on Saturday at 4:00 will be cancelled. For any special event needs please call the Diocese Office @ 250679-3351 For online Mass check out www.rcdk.org/pages/covid19-streaming-masses Chase Evangelical Free Church - 295 Shuswap Ave COVID Compliant Gathering @ 10 Visit ChaseChurch.com for protocol. Pastoral visitation by Appointment 250 679 1676 or Tyler@ChaseChurch.com

(250) 320-3050

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.

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

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.

Chase Rotary Box 73

The Light of Life Native Fellowship Pastor Joseph #1.250.457-3845

Shuswap Community Church 10am, Sunday @ Chase Community Hall 7pm, Sunday on Facebook @Chase Shuswap Community Church Visit our website for more information or to sign up to join a service. www.aplacetobelong.ca

Chase Community Fellowship Cancelled until further notice

Pres: Patrick Herba ( 250-702-3677) Meetings 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month @ Railside. New members welcome.

Shuswap Victory Church

641 Shuswap Ave, Chase BC Social distancing in effect. November theme; 'lest we forget'

Sunday services cancelled until further notice. Wed evening Prayer/Praise; 6:30 pm - 9 pm OFFICE HOURS: Tuesday and Thursdays from 9-1 pm 250-306-6078

Tuesday 10am

"Peace in the Midst of Chaos"

A 6 week study on Ephesians starts Nov 3rd, 10am Victory Church 641 Shuswap Ave Coffee is on. 250 804 3518


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Items Needed for Local Elders submitted by Parkside Community

Let's stuff some stockings! We love giving each of our 40 residents a magical Christmas and could use the communities help. We are looking for donations for stocking stuffer items to spread some extra special Christmas cheer to our residents. Items of interest are: -Socks -Oral care products - Razors -Blankets -Slippers -Sweets and candy -Lip Balm

-Beauty products -Shampoo, conditioner and body wash - Winter wear - Art supplies -Coloring books and activity books If you are able and interested in donating, please contact the site at 250-679-4477 and ask for Courtney or Naz. Donations can be dropped off at Parkside Community but we ask for proper preparation that we put at deadline of December 15th. Thank you in advance!

Thanks To Everyone Doing Their Part! 621 1st Ave, Chase BC 250-679-8811

Crowning Touch Dog Grooming Services

Darla Crown

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250-804-3987

darla.crown64@gmail.com

Dan's Plumbing & Gas

Chase Hamper Society - Food Drive Saturday, Dec. 5, 2020

9am - 2pm at the back of the Chase Community Hall. We'll have direction signs out. We need non-perishables, whatever people are able to give!

Hot Water Tanks • Drain Cleaning • Furnace Boiler Service & Installs • Gas Fitting • Plumbing Repairs Installs • Renos NO TRAVEL OR OVERTIME CHARGES!

Seniors Discount!

Red Seal Journeyman Plumber Bonded B Gas Fitter 35 Yrs Exp • WCB & Liability Ins

Do you need your pigs processed, cut & wrapped?

The Twelve Baskets Before Christmas

You’re in luck, Safety Mart Meat Dept. is here to help you out.

hosted by the Chase Fire and Rescue Department. -One basket announced once a week -A winner each week -$5 a ticket -E-transfer to chasevolunteerfire@gmail.com

Please contact Jeff @ (250) 253-0292 to book or for more info.

Basket includes: whitewater cook book. Butterfly salt and pepper shakers. Craters GC. And Takezushi GC Valued at $50

Wills & Estates Family Law Conveyancing

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CHASE OFFICE:

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778-220-1822

Open Thursdays 10 am - 4:30 pm #4-834 Shuswap Avenue

Phone: 250-679-3180 Web: www.cfselaw.ca


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Computer Support

on/off-site, remote service & sales

Website Development affordable, local hosting Stefan Schielke 250.679.7744

stefan@inTechrity.ca www.inTechrity.ca

Shuswap Better at Home COVID 19 response services provided at this time:

• Grocery shopping and delivery • Pick up and delivery of drugstore items & prescriptions • Support with meal program delivery and food bank delivery • Check In and Friendly Visit calls • Some laundry service and transportation may be approved Staff, Volunteers and Contractors have been carefully vetted & trained for your security.

Central Intake 250-253-2749

EVCSS Funded by the Government of BC. Income based service fees may apply.

THOSE ARE THE BRAKES! By: Chiliarena

The KIJHL Model 2020 HEAT is equipped with the latest in pandemic brakes. Development expert Dr. Bonny has thoroughly analyzed the safety requirements for quick and efficient stops and the red, white and black version passed with flying colours! It stopped on a dot! Testing will continue on a day to day basis until it is determined that it is safe to hit the road with the 2020 or 2021 version of the HEAT. In the meantime, Head Factory Foreman Fox will tinker with improving the product for the consumers. And so, as with all things…local hockey shuts down until our new normal becomes closer to a new normal we can all “live” with. YOUR HEAT snuck in a game versus cohort foes the North Okanagan Knights in the dairy land of Armstrong. As is provincial protocol the contest was fanless, as the exuberant masses viewed the event on their computer screens. The tale of the 60 minutes of ice capades

unfolded along these lines. At 7:30 pm on November 20th the puck dropped and away they bumped, crashed and whacked. Rhys “Peaner” Lepine even threw a hip check at center ice during the 1st period! Strong effort in the offensive zone saw Jarod Sigouin stretch the twine with his twisted twig, helped along by Tyson Mallet and Drew Tkachuk. That was followed by a slap of triump from the point on the powerplay from Marino Bordin, and the period concluded 2-0 for the visitors. In the 2nd the KNIGHTS got one back, however the number 2 scorer in the KIJHL Jacob Biensch from Sigouin restored the two goal lead. Later Rory Christie-Hoyle from Biensch tallied, after 40 minutes it was 4-1. In the final stanza the slap happy Bordin counted his second solo tally just 14 seconds in. Biensch from Mallet and Christie-Hoyle added another twine finder before the KNIGHTS got one back. Power forward Trevor Kennedy from Max Goldade concluded scoring for the HEAT. The North Okanagan KNIGHTS popped in one more and this game ended 7-3 for the Chase lads. Kiev Kineshanko was huge between the pipes in this one, as the HEAT were outshot by a significant margin. League play in following Dr. Bonny’s direction will not proceed until December 7th. Idled Thoughts: All those fans that paid the webcast provider for a season of shinny are crossing their fingers for more hockey, otherwise those 3 games were super expensive. The HEAT wish to express their thanks to all the sponsors and advertisers that stepped up during these difficult times to support the team. Many, many thanks! Be safe out there…we all need to do our part and STICK together… (This newsflash is dedicated to Velda and Connie who could go “postal” if they don’t get to read about our HEAT!)


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Chase Fire & Rescue Cares About You!

by Carolyn Parks-Mintz Author, Journalist & Freelance Writer Part one of a two-part series Residents of this village and change batteries at least area are fortunate to have an once a year; clean detectors experienced fire-rescue crew by vacuuming the exterior dedicated to their safety. Fires every six months. and road accidents happen— • Develop and practise a and that’s when well-trained home escape plan, with two guys and gals spring into ways out of every room. action. • Teach everyone to follow Chase Fire Rescue (CFR) also the home escape plan when provides important information an alarm sounds, staying for home and business owners, below the smoke and summarized below. leaving by the quickest, Smoke/carbon monoxide safest route. (CO) detectors are critical to • If behind a closed door occupants’ safety. Most fatal when the alarm rings, check fires or emissions happen at the door and its handle for night. Properly installed and heat. If these are cool, open maintained detectors provide the door slowly, and if safe early warning of fire, smoke, to do so, leave the building. or CO, which facilitates a safe If smoke is encountered escape. when exiting, crawl low Today’s alarm equipment, under the smoke. whether hard-wired or battery • If an upper floor evacuation operated, senses both smoke is necessary, arrange a safe as well as carbon monoxide, way to the ground, such as which is a toxic gas that cannot an escape ladder. be seen, felt, smelled, or tasted. • Go directly to the planned However, detectors do wear pre-arranged meeting out and should be replaced place; call 911 from a every ten years. There are mobile phone or from a several types available with neighbour’s phone; do various features, including not re-enter the burning ones for the hearing impaired building. or with a pause feature for the Carbon monoxide (CO) kitchen to prevent nuisance is a by-product of burning alarms. gasoline, natural gas, propane, Installation of alarms is wood, oil, or kerosene which, governed by provincial without sufficient fresh air regulations and local by- to burn completely or if not laws. Checking with the vented to the outdoors, can local jurisdiction will ensure build up to dangerous levels. compliance. Detectors should CO’s sources can be furnaces, be installed high, on a wall gas stoves, gas clothes or ceiling, on every floor dryers, water heaters, boilers, of a home and outside each fireplaces, wood-burning sleeping area—or in every stoves, portable fuel-burning bedroom, especially if its door heaters, blocked chimneys is closed when sleeping. or flues, damaged furnace Read and follow carefully all exchangers, barbecues and manufacturer’s instructions. grills, as well as vehicles, Guidelines with regard to fire generators, and combustion safety are: engines in an attached garage • Test detectors monthly; or other enclosed space.

ENJOY YOUR FIRST MONTH FREE Move in November or December and enjoy a free months rent Please call for details Contact us at 250-679-1512 or 250-320-0400 live@parksidecommunity.ca 743 Okanagan Ave, Chase


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RCMP Report submitted by Chase RCMP

ARSON: On November 4th, 2020 Chase RCMP were notified of an arson, which had occurred on October 24th. The complainant reported that he was hunting with friends on an unknown forest service road in Scotch Creek. Upon returning to their camp at the end of the day, they discovered their wall tent had burned to the ground. The complainant stated that nothing flammable or hot had been left in the tent that morning. Belongings which had been left in the tent had either been stolen before the fire or destroyed in the fire. The complainant estimated the loss of equipment at over $5000. Anyone who may have information about this file is asked to please call the Chase RCMP Detachment at 250-6793221. Reference file number 2020-2951. MYSTERIOUS ANIMALS: On November 14th, 2020 at 4:40 pm, Chase RCMP received a 911 call from a resident in Whisper Mountain Subdivision in Lee Creek. The complainant advised that he heard his neighbour shooting a firearm and that the shots had been going on for quite some time. Police attended the residence and spoke with two males, who were barricaded inside the house. They were both relieved to see police arrive because they were absolutely convinced that there were hundreds of wild animals—cougars, bears, deer and moose—surrounding the residence. They explained that they had been shooting at the animals, from the house, for self defence. Police saw no indication of any wildlife on the property whatsoever. The males were believed to have been suffering

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from a health crisis and were transported – by police – to Royal Inland Hospital in Kamloops for assessment. Several firearms were located inside the residence, which were seized for public safety. The matter is still under investigation with regards to firearms offences – it is illegal to shoot a firearm from a residence.

sample was obtained from the 60 year old female driver—a resident of Chase. The breath sample produced a ‘Fail’ reading on the Alcohol Screening Device, indicating the driver was impaired by alcohol. The driver was issued a 90 day prohibition from driving and her vehicle was impounded for 30 days.

SHOPLIFTER: On November 14th 2020, Chase RCMP were notified of a theft at the Chase Groceteria. The owners reported that their security camera captured images of a female stealing approximately $10 worth of candy and pop. They posted the images on Facebook and received messages identifying the female. Chase RCMP encourages the female in question to attend the Chase Detachment to deal with the matter. The Chase Groceteria is a small family business that is valued by the community. This type of petty theft has a significant negative impact on local small businesses and will not be tolerated by the police or the community.

‘EMERGENCY SCAM’: On November 24th, 2020, the Chase RCMP Detachment was contacted by a local female who had fallen victim to what is referred to as the ‘Emergency scam’. Earlier that day, her husband received a phone call from a male who was crying. The male caller said something like: “Dad, I've been in a bad accident in Mexico, I'm injured and I'm in jail - you'll get a phone call from my lawyer next.” Although her husband noticed that the voice didn't sound like their son, he assumed it was because the caller claimed that he was injured and was crying. The 'lawyer' phoned, stating that $3000 needed to be sent as soon as possible – to have their son released immediately from jail – otherwise he would be held for a month. Their son had been in Mexico recently, but, at the time of the phone call, the couple didn’t know that their son was already home. The so-called ‘lawyer’ guided them through the process of sending the money by MoneyGram, which was done at the post office. The complainant realized too late that they were victims of a scam. The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre reports on their website that, so far this year, there have been: 42,984 reports of fraud, 19,641 Canadian victims of fraud and $79.5 million lost to fraud.

IMPAIRED DRIVERS IN CHASE: On November 19th, 2020 at approximately 9:00 pm, a member of the Chase Detachment was conducting routine patrols, when he observed a black Lincoln Navigator commit multiple driving infractions. The vehicle was initially observed running a stop sign and then stopping in the middle of the intersection. The vehicle turned without signalling and proceeded into the oncoming lane of travel. Police initiated a traffic stop. During the conversation with the driver, police noted an odour of alcohol on his breath. Breath samples were obtained from the driver at roadside, with the Alcohol Screening Device. The results were a ‘Fail’, indicating that the 49 year old male driver from Alberta was impaired by alcohol. He was issued a 90 day prohibition from driving and his vehicle was impounded for 30 days. On November 20th, 2020 at approximately 10:20 pm, a member of the Chase RCMP Detachment was conducting routine patrols, when he noticed a vehicle travelling in the wrong direction on a one-way street. A traffic stop was conducted and upon speaking with the driver, police detected an odour of alcohol on her breath. A breath

UPDATE: On August 11th, 2020 at 5:48 pm, Chase RCMP were advised of an Utter Threats/ Mischief report in Seymour Arm. The complainant reported that his neighbour showed up at his door and started screaming at him and his wife because their dogs were off-leash on the beach—apparently, the neighbour’s wife had felt threatened by the dogs two days earlier. During the confrontation, the neighbour threatened to shoot the dogs, kill the complainants, and burn down their cabin. As he was leaving, he purposely rammed their truck with his, causing substantial front end damage to the complainant’s truck.

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Fire Safety

The risk of CO exposure from correctly-installed, properly-used and maintained appliances is very low. Risk can be reduced even further by having a licensed contractor install, inspect and service appliances and check vents regularly for proper connection and obstruction. Other preventative steps to avoid CO build-up are: • Ensure outside air ducts, exhaust vents, and bug screens are clear. • Open the damper and ensure proper ventilation when using a woodburning fireplace. Check that ashes have completely cooled before closing the damper. • Utilize an exhaust fan when cooking on a gas stove. • Do not operate an outdooruse-only appliance, such as a portable generator, BBQ, heater, or lamp, inside a home, apartment, condo, garage, tent or RV. • Do not start chainsaws, leaf blowers or lawn mowers in a garage or enclosed space. • Leave a garage immediately upon starting a vehicle. If a detector indicates

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high CO levels, open all doors and windows and immediately exit to fresh air. Seek medical attention for CO exposure symptoms, such as headache, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, burning eyes, confusion, or drowsiness. Call 911 or your gas provider’s emergency line, and do not re-enter the building. Once the building is cleared of CO emissions, have a licensed contractor inspect all gas appliances and installations within it. A supply of smoke/CO detectors has recently been donated to Chase Fire Rescue—150 of them. CFR will provide and/or install these at no charge for residents within the Village of Chase, with a waiver to proceed being signed by the owner or tenant. Please call 250-679-8655 to arrange an appointment. No one anticipates a fire or carbon monoxide emissions. No one wants either of these. But everyone should be prepared …. just in case. Part two will provide safety information about chimneys and furnaces.

RCMP REPORT

Police attended the remote community and arrested the neighbour for ‘Utter Threats’ and ‘Mischief’. He was released with a fall court date. A total of 21 long guns were seized from his residence for public safety. On November 17th, 2020, the following charges were sworn against Peter SZELER with regards to this incident:

1. Utter Threats to cause death or bodily harm to a person 2. Utter Threats to burn personal property 3. Utter Threats to kill an animal 4. Mischief, damage to property over $5000 5. Unsafe storage of Firearms

CHASE MINOR HOCKEY CHRISTMAS TREE FUNDRAISER CMH will be selling Douglas Fir Christmas trees for our winter fundraising: 4FT- $25 5FT - $28 6FT - $35 7FT - $40 8FT - $45

Latest order and payment - 30th November Collection date – 6th December Contact details for payment and collection: chaseminorfunds@gmail.com or 778-921-0160


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SAVE THE TAX SATURDAY, DEC 5TH 10 AM - 4 PM

Chase Country Christmas

S Great gift ideas S Nut & Fruit Trays

S Essential Oils & Diffusers S Aromatherapy Bracelets & Necklaces S 100% Bees Wax & Coconut Candles S Himalayan Salt Lamp, Oil Burners,

Candleholders, Night Lights & bath salts

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250-679-3189 Thank you to the Chase Country Christmas Committee for all your efforts in this challenging year.

Chase

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+ So Much More In Stock now Council & staff of the Village of Chase thanks the Chase Country Christmas volunteers for their hard work in bringing much needed cheer to our Village at Christmas time. Stay safe and be good to one another.

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Serving this community for 53 Years

Specializing in bulk herbs and teas, handmade gifts, candles and books

Would like to wish everyone, a safe, happy, healthy

Merry Christmas

and a Happy New Year!

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Parade Cancelled

Residents and businesses urged to "Light Up Chase" submitted

Following the Provincial Health Officer's province-wide restrictions and the new Provincial Orders, it is with great regret that the Chase Country Christmas Committee has officially canceled this year's parade. Due to the uncertainty of the provincial orders regarding the Gathering and Events Order and our unique and safe parade concept, the committee reached out to the Interior Health Officer who is one of 4 members of the Interior Health COVID Task Force in charge of the order, and they confirmed that all parades are considered prohibited under "Indoor or Outdoor Seasonal Events" as part of the Gathering and Events Order by PHO until December 7th. The committee discussed whether or not to postpone the parade until the following weekend, but chose to cancel the event altogether in case the order is extended.

community has offered a way to celebrate in such a festive and safe manner and was very disheartened to hear the confirmation from the Health Officer. Maki adds, "The committee still encourages everyone in the community to "Light Up Chase" to bring some joy and peace of mind during the holidays, in a pandemic. The committee's “LIGHT UP CHASESPONSER A TREE” fundraiser for the Chase Hamper Society is still happening with encouragement to "like" their Facebook page @chasecountrychristmas and participate in the online voting from December 4th to December 14th. Many particpating businesses are displaying their trees in their business and the remainder of the trees will be at the old Nationwide Appliance building, and can be viewed through the window, or inside following the Chase & District Museum's Christmas Store's safety plans.

"This was not an easy decision for the committee to make, but the only decision The Chase to make based C o m m u nity on the orders Christmas Tree and the safety of will light up the community" Friday Dec 4th. said Ali Maki, A video of the Councillor and light up will Festival and be posted on Events Liaison. our community "The committee social media struggled groups. In making the recognition of decision prior Cyndy Einfeld to confirmation, and her years the idea of of dedication to b r i n g i n g Chase Country happiness and Christmas, her cheer into the Village The Chase Community Christmas Tree from last star will be placed on the during such year. Photo by Zilly Palamar tree. unprecedented times was the Unfortunately, main focus of the committee this year", the 26th Annual Chase Country added Maki. Christmas will not happen as planned but David Lepsoe, Parade Marshall shared if we all do our part, we will celebrate the that many businesses and organizations 27th Annual event with pride and cheer. expressed their excitement that the

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Business Listings

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Buying coin collections, old money, jewelry, old silver

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EMERGENCY HELP 250-682-6155 All your Civil & Oil+Gas Inspection Needs

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Carpet, Upholstery, Area Rugs OPEN FOR BUSINESS • 250-851-8556

Sorrento Plumbing & Pumps

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Classifieds SERVICES OFFERED Good Karma Contracting - Friendly handyman at your service! Honest, experienced and reliable. Plumbing, carpentry, painting, renos, repairs etc. Call Tanner 778-700-6776 Need to board your dog? I am a mature, pet loving lady, honest &

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FOR RENT 2 bdrm, 2 bath, gas FP, ground floor, $1200 + Utilities. No Pets. 250-718-4866.

FOR SALE For Sale - 2 person cedar infrared sauna. Warm up on those cold nights with the inner warmth of infrared heat. Excellent condition sound system and lights . Asking 2,000.00 OBO Call 778 938 9336 for info. Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil. One stop shop for health. 100% Canadian, 100% vegan. Health Canada and Veterinary Approved. Danielle 250-679-7884.

Epicure - Spices and easy meal solutions. Local consultant 250-320-2536. Gluten free keto friendly. Order by Dec 5 to have it by Christmas.

$5/20 words. 20 cents per additional word. Email info@chasesunflower.ca or text 250-320-3050. Drop off at the Willows Health Food Store.

BUSINESS LISTINGS Todd "The Coin Guy" - Buying coin collections, sets, old money, bullion, jewelry, old silver & ALL things gold & silver. 1-250-864-3521. Design Haus - Interior and Exterior Painting, Hedging and Pruning. Registered and Insured, call today for a free estimate, 250-852-2298 HALL’S KENNELS - Pritchard *First time boarders receive one free day. *Special rates for long term boarders. Transportation available. 250-3188367 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

NOTICE OF PROPERTY DISPOSAL

Notice Date: November 27, 2020 Owner: William Robert Lang (deceased) Property: Older (year unknown), fire damaged, 12 ft. x 61 ft. (approximate) “Detroiter” mobile home on a rented site Mobile Home Registry No. 006649 Mobile Home Site: #39 – 1214 Okanagan Avenue, Chase, B.C. V0E 1M0 Landlord: Whispering Pines Mobile Home Park, c/o 3684 Argyll Street, Abbotsford, B.C. V2S 7A9 Email: acgregson@hotmail.com Phone: 604-864-5167 This Notice is provided pursuant to the

provisions of the Mobile Home Park Tenancy Regulations. The landlord will dispose of the property unless a person lawfully takes possession of the property, establishes a right to possession of it, or makes an application to the court to establish such right within 30 days from the date of notice.

Obituary Harry William Kornak 1939 to 2020

Harry William Kornak passed away after a lengthy illness on Nov. 11, 2020 at Hospice House in Kamloops with his family around him. His sense of humor and legendary appetite will be missed by family and friends. He was born in Yorkton, Saskatchewan to Steven and Anna Kornak who had immigrated to Canada from the Ukraine. Harry was the youngest of four siblings: sisters Elizabeth Luce and Marty Otchenash and brother Ted. After graduating high-school at St. Joseph`s College, he worked in the bank in Rosetown so he could play hockey for the town team. That was followed by a job surveying for B.B. Torchinsky & Co. putting in sewer and water in small towns and building grid roads. After marrying Pat in 1966 in Saskatoon he went to work for H.M.C. Harrison surveying for the sinking of the shaft for Allen Potash mine. When that was completed he went back to school rather than taking the company’s next job which would have been in South America. He graduated with a degree in Pharmacy in 1974. The family, now with three kids, moved to Williams Lake, BC to take a job with Spencer Dickie Drugs. In 1981 he started a drugstore with partner Adeline Hamm. Harry and Pat retired to Chase in 2004 where they continued to enjoy golf, curling, travel, and enjoyed time with many friends old and new. He will be greatly missed by his wife Pat, his sons Scot (Patti) of Calgary, Craig of Vancouver, and daughter Deanna McArthur (Ian) of Coquitlam, and granddaughters Christina and Andrea. Thank you to Dr. Lorenz, Dr. Main and the Oncology nurses, to the doctors and the staff at Royal Inland and to Dr. Baker and all the comforting and caring staff at Marjorie Willowby Snowdon Hospice. A funeral mass was held Nov 14 with limited attendance. A celebration of life will be held on Chase golf course in the summer with a 21 club salute. Donations in his memory can be made to Hospice House. Share memories and condolences online at www.fischersfuneralservices.com


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Chase Senior Transit bus has resumed service. Monday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm Tuesday 10:30 am - 2:30 pm Wednesday. 10:30 am - 2:30 pm Thursday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm Drivers and passengers must wear a mask at all times. Cleaning of the bus will be performed as per regulations provided by Interior Health. Chase Senior Transit is also taking applications for drivers. All applicants must have a BC Class 4 Restricted Drivers License as well as a recent Criminal Background Check. Tuesday and Wednesday drivers are paid to transport clients of Interior Health’s Adult Day Program. For details please call or text: 778-5866565

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