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Chase’s community paper for over 24 years! Issue for the week of Friday, October 11th, 2019 • Vol. 24, Issue 41
Team Chase Fashion Show Sold Out Event
nce again on September 29th at Chase Community Hall, Team Chase hosted their annual Fall Tea and Fashion Show. Attendees were delighted by the wonderful fashions and models from Miller’s Boutique and Tribes Designs. It was a sold out fun event that brought the people of Chase together for a fancy
submitted lunch, with china and lace. All the proceeds from this event and the golf tournament which was held in May will be donated to The CIBC Run for the Cure in support of breast cancer research. Team Chase would like to thank the village of Chase, the community and all the volunteers for their continued support.
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.
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Local Mountain Biker Part of Documentary by Kelsey Snelgrove
If you haven't seen Dirt Chix: Making Time, the documentary that tells the story of a Kamloops based group of mountain biking women, you still can!
A clip from the movie
The film, which includes Chase resident Cindy Winiewski as one of the Dirt Chix featured, will be playing on Tuesdays throughout the month of October at the Paramount Theatre in Kamloops. Tickets are only $5. Showcasing the beauty of the natural landscape and the power of community, Dirt Chix is well worth the watch!
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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 email@example.com Chase Farm and Craft Market, on Fridays from 10 am - 2 pm in Safety Market Plaza still on! Halloween Nerf Blasters for Teens! Oct 31 6-7pm - Join us for a special Halloween Nerf Blasters event. Costumes encouraged and prizes will
be awarded. Snacks and Nerf Blaster games. All supplies included, waivers must be completed at the beginning of the event to play. The library will be closing early for this event. Must be 12-18yrs old to play. Chase Library registration required. 250.679.3331
Box 12, Chase, BC V0E1M0 250-679-8470* firstname.lastname@example.org Meetings are every 2nd & 4th Thursday, at Parkside. New members welcome 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
Chase Country Christmas - Join us for our next meeting on Wed. October 16th @ 5:00 @ Craig’s Bakery. Would really love to see some new faces willing to help. Chase CURLING Club EVENTS: SEE AD BELOW!
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.
OFFICE: 838 Shuswap Avenue, Chase BC Hours: 10 am - 4 pm Monday - Thursday PHONE: (250) 679-8880 EMAIL: email@example.com 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.
400 Club Weekly Winner: Harry Danyluk $100.00
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 107 515 Shuswap Ave, Chase * For info / hours phone 250-679-3536 *
October 11th **LAST BURGER NITE** FOR 2019 SEASON 5 - 7 pm Adults $6. Child $5 (under 12)
October 12th KARAOKE - 7:30 pm BILL LANGSTAFF October 14th * CHASE LEGION WILL BE CLOSED BE THANKFUL AND ENJOY THIS THANKSGIVING.
CHASE CURLING CLUB Just a reminder that curling season has started. Everyone welcome.
Special Date Curling Pancake Breakfast will be on **Sunday October 20th** 9 to 11. $7/person, kids eat for less. Pancakes, sausages, eggs, coffee/tea, juice & lots of friendly smiles.
FMI Janice 250-679-4471or firstname.lastname@example.org
Chase Rotary Box 73
Pres: Bill Heese email@example.com 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
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. The first breakfast will be on October 20th, 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 WE HAVE MOVED to 641 Shuswap Ave Sun 9:30 coffee time, 10:00 morning service Wed evening; 7pm Upper Room worship Set Free prayer ministry OFFICE HOURS: Mon, Wed & Friday 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. 250-306-6078
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Community Bulletin Board Chase Country Quilters Quilt Show & Sale - Saturday Oct 26, 2019 10am - 2 pm F U L L Creekside C O L O U Rfor Seniors. 542 Shuswap Chase Avenue, Chase. Free Admission. Coffee/tea & goodies by donation. It’s Chase Lions Community Calendar time again. The renewal form is behind your Oct calendar page or for new subscribers there are forms beside the drop off box at Lewis and Short Hardware. Please bring your order and money to the Lions box at Lewis and Short Hardware, or drop in the mail ATTENTION GARDENERS, do you need a space to garden? The Chase Community Garden located in Wilson Park adjacent to Illahee Lodge, the garden is open to all residents of Chase. Join us for our Fall Wrap up meeting Tuesday October 22, at 7:00 pm at Illahee Lodge 333 Wilson St. For more information call Barb at 250-679-8426. The Blessed Sacrament Church is pleased to announce the return of Sunday Breakfast. The first breakfast will be on October 20th, 10:00 am. The price is by donation. If all goes well, we plan to have this breakfast every third Sunday as before. We hope to see all are "old" regulars. Thank you for understanding! Chase Farm and Craft Market - We are here till the end of October if the farmers don't leave Fridays 10 am - 2 pm Safety Mart Parking Lot. Annual Christmas Bazaar at he Pritchard Community Hall on Duck Range Rd. Saturday November 23 from 10:00am to 2:00pm. In house raffle, Bake table and our famous Lunch table. Please BOOK your Craft Table EARLY as there are only 26 tables!!!!!! $10.00 for large, $5.00 for small. FMI and TABLE RENTALS please call April 250-577-3798
SCC Chase is celebrating its 1st anniversary this Sunday. Join us for C Ocommunity LOUR service at1 -the hall at 10am for church with pie to follow. Women & Wellness Series Chase Library Oct 17 and Nov 14. 5:45 - 6:45pm. Tanya will be touching on a variety of issues that women deal with financially. A few spaces are still available for these last two sessions. 250.679.3331.
CASE LOT SALE **COMING SOON**
Halloween Seasonal Craft Chase Library Sat Oct 19 10am-3pm. We will supply the materials, you bring your imagination and make your very own Halloween creation. For families of all ages. Drop-in. Tech One on One Chase Library Tue Oct 22 11am-3pm. You are not alone learning new technology! Our 30 min sessions will help you with your beginner technology needs. Registration required. 250.679.3331 Internet Privacy & Security Chase Library Sat Oct 26 11am-12:30pm The Internet is an excellent information resource, but it can also contain potential hazards. This course will discuss some ways to minimize risks through good privacy and security practices. 250.679.3331 Chase Seniors Annual Craft Fair in the Community Hall on November 2nd 10 am - 3 pm. For a table phone Betty at 250-6798702 Chase Minor Hockey Atom Development team is doing a bottle drive on Saturday October 19th from 9am to 2pm. Kids will be going door to door to collect donations. Please leave your bottles at on the side of the road or you can contact Kim Harvey at 250-320-3141 to arrange pick up. Money raised will help cover costs for our team to attend tournaments this season. Thanks for your support!!!
BUYERS ARE LOOKING FOR HOMES IN CHASE NOW!! THINKING OF SELLING YOUR HOME? CALL ME TODAY, LET'S CHAT.
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
NOW IN STORE NATURAL FOODS 729 Shuswap Ave Chase 250-679-3189
HALLOWEEN SUPPLIES IN STORE Food & Drug
8 am to 8 pm
Sundays: 10 am-4 pm
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Classifieds FOR SALE Farm fresh brown eggs. Small/ medium. $3/dozen. Delivered to Chase weekly. 250-375-2375 For Sale - Arctic Claw M + Snow Tires 195/70/R 14 Good tread, ran 1 season (4) Never mounted (new) $225. 679-8225 Four Studded Winter Tires: Avalanche X-treme, size 235/60R16. Bought new October 2018, used one winter only. Price $300 FIRM. Phone Anne or Miles 250-577-3635.
SERVICES OFFERED Need to board your dog? I am a mature, pet loving lady, honest & reliable. References available. Reasonable rates. 250-679-1153.
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.
SNOWPLOWING REQUIRED Drakes Landing Strata KAS1356, 455 VLA Road, Chase, BC is accepting quotes for snow plowing for the 2019/20 Winter Season. Quotes are to be received on or before October 18, 2019 @ 4p.m. If you are interested in bidding, please provide your quotation, business insurance coverage and list of designated equipment. Please contact Jim at 6793485 or Andrew at 6792393. _____________________
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serviced. Lawnmower, weed whackers, rototiller, quads, motorcycle, snowmobiles, generators, boat motors etc. Ask for Jarrett.
FOR RENT: House for rent available to the right applicant 2brms fenced back yard unfinished basement $1300 a month interviews by appt contact Andrew @778.981-0197 231 Birch st Chase.
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Page 5 • October 11th, 2019 • Chase Sunflower Obituary James Carman Lynch Feb. 15, 1941 – Sept. 27, 2019 The family is saddened to announce the Octobers back at hunting passing of our husband, father, grandfather camp near McBride. He and brother after a short battle with cancer. had discovered ocean Carman was born in Wiarton, Ont., the eldest fishing while on the child of Edgar and Myrtle. He was raised and Island and after moving schooled in Wiarton. He left High school early to Chase, an annual to go to work to help support the family when fishing trip to various his Dad became ill. locations on the Island He entered the Canadian Armed Forces soon became a tradition in the early 1960’s, eventually finding his with his brothers and his son. In the last three niche in Finance and Logistics. During this years, Carman discovered his new sport of time, he returned to classes and obtained choice and became a regular at the bowling his High school equivalency status. Carman alley where he continued to Impress” folks was ‘commissioned from the ranks’ in 1976 with his “talents” both on the lanes and off. and continued his career in Finance. Money He lived a full life with many adventures for management became a lifetime passion. the family to recall and accomplishments to be He was transferred to Penhold (Red Deer) proud of. in 1981, where he met and married his wife, Carman was predeceased by his parents Charlaine, (known as Charlie.) and his brother Stan. Carman retired from the Air Force in 1987, He is survived by Charlaine, his children having spent the last 3 years of his career in Teresa (Neil) and Christopher, Charlie’s Yellowknife at Northern Region Headquarters. children, Brent and Holly (Brian), his This 1st retirement saw the family living on a grandchildren, James, Robert, Erin, Sheldon small hay farm in McBride, BC. This lifestyle and Aaron. Also his sister Elizabeth and his did not last long before boredom became an brother Murray as well as the Mother of his issue, so he then began his 2nd career as Sec. children, Claire and many extended family Treasurer of the School Board in Gold River, members. on Vanc. Island. He and Charlie resided in He will be remembered with (mostly) Campbell River during this time. fondness by his military family, new and old His next retirement occurred in 1995 with friends across Canada and especially by the a move to a larger farm in the Squam Bay fine folks in Chase and the Squam Bay valley, valley. Here the “city slicker” farmer became in particular, the extended VanSickle clan. a source of on-going wonder to the locals. Charlie’s siblings and extended family as well During this time, Carm took up the part time as his own siblings/family will have a large role as a pilot truck driver. He loved being “on void in their gatherings forever. the road again”. There will be no memorial by his request. A 3rd retirement found Carm and Charlie If desired, donations in his memory can be moving into Chase in 2002, where he made to the BC Lung Assoc. or the Marjorie continued his pilot truck driving for a number of Willoughby Hospice Home or to a charity of years. He resumed curling and soon became your choice. a fixture at the rink, volunteering in several His small smile, sense of humor and quick capacities as well as playing. He began to golf wit will be a lasting memory for all. during this time as well. In the meantime, he He was a man of few words, but when he had quit pilot trucking and his final retirement spoke, people listened. was underway. I’m So Glad We “had this dance” He was an avid hunter, spending many Love you, Carm
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.
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News from the Bowling Alley submitted by Calyn Buresh, Village Lanes
Happy Friday Everyone! We hope twice in a lifetime. you all had an amazing week. We had An honourable mention to our own quite the weekend at the lanes this past Matthew Griffin who came up just short weekend with our Invitational Open of the All-Star Team averaging a 248 for Championship. We hosted 7 cities, 56 the weekend. Excellent bowling you guys! bowlers, and multiple We are so proud to have spectators, and boy, are you in our corner. we exhausted. It was Kelly and I would a weekend full of fun, like to thank all of our laughs, and even some local team for helping good bowling thrown out around the lanes in the mix. Your local this weekend. It’s Chase Team did not rare that we both get disappoint! to participate in the Our local ladies team bowling part of an event (Shelley Munday, Sam that we are hosting, and Steil, Amy Frech, and we couldn’t have done it myself) tied for 4th without all of the extra place, while our men hands! Special thank went ahead and showed you to Sandra Coates us up, winning FIRST for making up the lunch PLACE! On the “Dream Matthew Griffin, Darcy Munday, for all of the competitors Team” was Darcy Kelly Collins and Derek Vigue throughout the Munday, Matthew weekend, and to Donald Griffin, Derek Davis for helping Vigue, and Kelly with machine Collins. The boys maintenance all took home the gold, weekend long. Such and $600.00 for good people we their win! Congrats have! guys! A special We would like congratulations to to wish all of you Darcy Munday who a very Happy had the tournament Thanksgiving. We of a lifetime this are thankful for our weekend, averaging amazing family, a whopping 282 over seven games, and friends, and of course, all of our bowlers! winning the Top Men’s All-Star, an Cheers everyone! accomplishment that comes only once or
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Fall Market at Tsútswecw submitted
The Adams River Salmon Society has a FALL MARKET on Thanksgiving weekend to welcome home the salmon to Tsútswecw Provincial Park, Lee Creek for spawning. The Society host annual events in the park to celebrate, educate and increase awareness of the sensitivity of the habitat for the salmon. If you have not been to the park recently you are missing some great additions. Not only did the park change its name from Roderick Haig-Brown Provincial Park to Tsútswecw Provincial Park in the spring 2019, but we have some technology items to enhance your visit. The Interactive Story Trail is already a favourite with our visitors, domestic as well as international. The story trail is recorded by elders and youth from the First Nations and local schools, and provides information on the habitat, salmon and the park. The Fall Market is schedules for the Thanksgiving weekend (October 12,
13 & 14th) 10am – 3pm each day. Lots going on in the park. Interactive Guided Tours, Food Vendor, specialty coffee/ tea, Artisans, Music, Souvenirs and the interpretive log cabin will be open to the public. Of course, most importantly our Salmon (sub-dominant year) will be making their way home to Adams River to spawn. Come and welcome them home. Learn about the salmon – The unique journey from the ocean, to their freshwater birthplace to reproduce. The difficulties with many obstacles and dangers including wildlife and the treacherous fish ladders at Hell’s Gate on the Fraser River. Explore our interactive features and discover just what the sockeye’s journey entails. From the Shuswap, to the Ocean, Alaska and back again. Follow the journey and four-year life cycle of the amazing life of a Sockeye Salmon.
Operation Christmas Child submitted by Carmen Miller
Operation Christmas Child is a handson project that brings joy and hope to children in desperate situations around the world through gift-filled shoeboxes. It is one way to remind children suffering as a result of war, poverty, famine, disease and disaster that they are loved and not forgotten. Toys, Hygiene items, school supplies and other items are packed. Each year millions of shoeboxes are packed with gifts by people in Canada and nine other “sending” countries, and given to children in more than 100 “receiving” countries. 2018 World: 10,623,776 | Canada: 517,437 BC: 66,169 | Miller’s Cabin: 55 Miller’s Boutique and The Pet Vault is once again promoting this amazing gift of love. Miller’s will donate $1.00 for each packed shoebox returned to the store November 18-23, 2019. I challenge every business and individual to match or beat us in this challenge.
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Framing, Custom Woodworking, Tile, Flooring
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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
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Horoscopes ARIES (March 21 to April 19) A bid for you to step in and take over an incomplete project could prove to be an excellent learning experience that you can take with you when a new opportunity opens up.
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TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) It's a good time for socializing, both with family and with friends. Your aspects also favor developing new relationships, any or all of which might become especially meaningful.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Your success in handling a recent difficult situation prompts a request to handle another workplace problem. But this is one you should accept only if you get all of the relevant facts.
CANCER (June 21 to July 22) LEO (July 23 to August 22) VIRGO (Aug 23 to Sept 22) New information about a past decision This is not a good time to share Pushing yourself to meet a project raises some unsettling questions from personal secrets, even with deadline is admirable. But be careful an old friend. Be prepared to explain someone you've known for a long not to leave out important details in your actions fully and, while. What you don't reveal your rush to complete your if necessary, to make now won't come back to work and send it off. adjustments. haunt you later. LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct 22) SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov 21) Watch that you don't take on more That major move you've been than you can handle when offering considering could come sooner to help someone with a personal than you expected. Make sure you'll be ready with the facts you problem. There might be need when decision time hidden factors you weren't arrives. told about.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dec 21) Languishing relationships can benefit from a break in routine. Get out of the rut and do something new and maybe more than a little unpredictable this weekend.
CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan 19) Although you don't think of yourself as a role model, your ability to make a tough decision at this time sets an example for others who admire your courage.
PISCES (Feb 19 to March 20) A career change appears increasingly likely to happen during the next several weeks. It's a good idea to start now to prepare, so you can be ready to make the move when the time comes.
AQUARIUS (Jan 20 to Feb 18) You need to move any remaining obstacles out of your way before you can take on a new challenge. Seek advice from close, trusted friends and associates.
YOU BORN THIS WEEK: You have a strong sense of obligation to justice, which inspires others to follow your example and do the right thing.
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Council Meeting Highlights October 8, 2019 submitted by Village of Chase
Council held a regular meeting on Tuesday, October 8, 2019. Eight members of the public were in attendance. Council heard from Hazel Christie, Registered Professional Planner, regarding the importance of having a current Official Community Plan which provides guidance for Council in making many different types of decisions for the community. Ms. Christie explained that the Village’s existing OCP is from 2002 and relying on the information in a document this old, is much like using dial-up internet instead of the current service available. In order for a plan to be useful, meaningful and based on community input, she recommends that Council endeavour to get the OCP overhauled to meet current legislative, environmental and social needs. Council heard from the Secretary of the Chase Lions Club, Karen Bassett, regarding the lease of the RV Park to the Lions Club for two years. She read from a letter stating that: •
Because Council is only providing a two year lease, the Lions Club will not be doing any upgrades to the RV park during that term
Craft Market day, May 20th
The Lions Club members are very unhappy with Council regarding the process surrounding the lease of the RV park
Council members may receive negative feedback during the next Local Government Election for how
@ Chase Plaza (Safety
they have handled the RV Park lease matter Council gave third reading to 2020 1-Year Tax Exemption Bylaw No. 8762019 which, once adopted, will exempt a number of properties in Chase from property taxation including the Curling Club, the Creekside Seniors, the Museum, the Lions (RV Park), the Arena, the Golf Course lands and restaurant operations, and the Legion. Council gave third reading to 2020 4-Year Tax Exemption Bylaw No. 8772019 which when adopted, exempts all lands owned by local churches from property taxation for a four year period, 2020 through 2023. Clear Air Bylaw Council gave first, second and third readings to Clean Air Bylaw No. 881, 2019 and adopted an updated No Smoking Policy. Community Hall Rates Council gave first, second and third readings to updated Community Hall rental rates. Rainbow Crosswalks and Mill Park RV Park lease process Council received a letter from John Angus regarding rainbow crosswalks. They also received a letter from James Mintz supporting the request for proposals process for the Mill Park RV Park.
Inter-Community Business License Program Council gave Administration direction to draft an Inter-Community Business License Bylaw which will allow mobile business operators to obtain a multi-community business license for those communities participating in the program (Kamloops, Mart) Clearwater, Barriere, Logan Lake, Merritt, Lytton, Ashcroft, Lillooet, Clinton, Cache Creek, TKemlups Indian Band).
Variance to Zoning Regulations Council accepted a variance application for the siting of a carport on Pine Street which will now be referred to neighbouring property owners before coming back to Council for consideration. Cats Trespassing and Causing Damage Council received a letter from Carolyn Parks-Mintz and James Mintz regarding damage caused by cats trespassing onto other peoples’ properties. Citizens on Patrol Council received the Summer Activity report from Chase Citizens on Patrol – a letter will be written to the organization thanking them for their hard work and dedication to our community. Chase & District Festival Society Council received the summary regarding the 2019 Lakeside Music Series – a letter will be written to the Society thanking them for providing these programs for our community. Council directed Administration to meet with Citizens on Patrol and the Festival Society to discuss signage needs, dogs in parks during events, and other matters. Council received a letter from the Honourable Katrine Conroy, Minister of Children and Family Development regarding October being proclaimed by the Province of BC as Foster Family Month. Mayor Crowe announced that the Chase Lions Club be awarded a 2 year extension to their existing lease of the Mill Park RV park lands, that the club be required to provide annual income statements from the park’s operations, that the club be required to provide a detailed account of expenditures for community benefits from the revenues of the park, and that the lease be put out to request for proposals by November 30, 2020 for the 2022 operational year. The meeting concluded at 5:10 p.m. The next regular meeting of Council will be held on October 22, 2019 starting at 4:00 p.m.
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Chamber News submitted by Chase Chamber
On September 4th a Special General Meeting was held to discuss the future of the Chamber. The Board is currently seeking direction from membership on what direction the Chamber should move, as efforts and activities (such as workshops, promotions, and dinner meeting) over the past couple of years have had minimal response or engagement. Another key piece of the dialogue is the challenges of retaining a Executive Director for the Chamber, especially given the limited hours and compensation available. Based on feedback from members and what was shared at the SGM, the Board is proposing to shift the Chamber's focus towards tourism services in a hope that increased resources, marketing, and positive experiences will translate into customer growth and business expansion for Chamber members and the overall community. The Chamber has unofficially lead visitor services for many years and the Board believes that this responsibility needs to be more inclusive of other interested parties and organizations through the Tourism Chase Society. As host of the Society,
the Chamber can access additional grants that it is not currently eligible for under the Board of Trade Act, and it will also allow the Society to utilize the Chamber’s existing relationships and funding agreements. Potential areas that can immediately be addressed include assembling a multi-stakeholder board for the Society, updating the Town Map Board, addressing out-date or missing signage throughout the village, and conducting a review of the Tourism GAP analysis from earlier years. This less direct path to economic development may help the Chamber engage more members and citizens, and help elevate a level of pride within the community. One of the first steps on this path is the hiring of the new Visitor Centre Manager, Debby Mould, who will be responsible for the day to day operations of the Visitor Centre and tourism related services. If you are interested in shaping the future of tourism services in Chase, or have any comments on this direction the Board is exploring, please reach out to any Board member or email admin@ chasechamber.com
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Chasing the Heat submitted by Scott Koch, Chase Heat
Last weekend an anomaly with the local pucksters only playing one game. To make up for that, Lana Adamson and friends held the 1st “Beat the Heat” 5K challenge Sunday the 5th. With bibs on and a variety of footwear including runners, walkers and sneakers (cheaters?) the gathered ran off from Memorial Park alongside two dozen HEAT players. Everyone came back winners, but the best of the best was Desiree Fairbrother female category, Ethan Gremaud male and Xander Denis the quickest player. The evening before, the 4th of October, the Chase HEAT played a very entertaining game versus the Fernie GHOSTRIDERS. Bus legs were non existant as the visitors roared off to a 2-0 lead after 20 minutes. Coach Brad Fox apparently said very little to his troops and the message was delivered loud and clear. The 2nd period saw a different local squad as they evened the contest at 2-2 after 40. Breckin Erichuk got the ball rolling from Tyson Lampreau and Evan Vinterlik. 11 minutes later on the man advantage hard working Gavin Mattey fired a beauty past the Rider keeper from Matthew Poole and Colton Nikiforuk. In the 3rd Moose Jaw’s Hayden Wiebe from Brandon Gremaud and Luke Recchi put the HEAT in the lead. However, the Ghosts busted loose for an even up tally and after regulation play it was 3-3. So off to sudden death 4 on 4 high speed mayhem with neither team accomplishing the elusive goal. After 60 seconds of catch your breath, guzzle some water and whack your buddy on the shinguards it was time for 3 on 3 sudden death. The fans were on the edge of their seats, you could cut the tension in the chilly arena and then the puck dropped...11 seconds later Erichuk from Cam Watson dipsy doodled and placed the winner in the visitor’s net. Brand spanking new tender Vince Benedetto from Edmonton denied 26 of 29 shots in his flashy debut for the win and the game puck. The Fernie GHOSTRIDERS received a point from the regulation time tie and then did two big favours for the HEAT. They beat the 100 Mile House WRANGLERS on Saturday and followed that up with a Sunday smackdown of the Storm from Kamloops. Heat Beat: Aaron Hill was traded to the Osoyoos Coyotes for a player development fee and joins former teammate Owen Lee. The HEAT wish those two classy young fellas all the best with their new team. The HEAT staff continue to tinker in their workshop. Have you ever wanted to win some money? Not only can you win through the 50/50 at the games but this season we are also running a Progressive 50/50 all season long! All that money will leave such a succulent sound. This weekend the HEAT are playing in Spokane Washington and against the Beaver Valley NIGHTHAWKS in Montrose BC. You can watch on www.playfullscreen.com. Next home action, Friday night the 18th versus the Kamloops STORM.
Beat the Heat Photo by Lana Adamson
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