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Chase’s community paper for over 25 years! Issue for the week of Friday, January 8th, 2021 • Vol. 26, Issue 2

Chase BC Delivery & Courier Services Closed on Thursdays


UNIT #209

Skmana Ski & Snowshoe Club Best Ever Membership Drive

UNIT #209

hanks to our many supporters from Chase, North & South Shuswap, Kamloops and Merritt, we more than doubled our membership numbers from last season. This earned us a prize from Cross Country BC – a 2 night stay for 8 people at ONE BEDROOM SUITE AVAILABLE the Pinnacles Suites at Silver ONE BEDROOM SUITE AVAILABLE NOW Star Mountain. We held a members only draw and the Our largest one bedroom corner suite with largest one bedroom corner suite with spectacular lucky winners are Joanette & Ourspectacular views of the mountains and village! views of the mountains and village! Independent and Dennis Girodat from Chase. Independent and Assisted Living for seniors with


Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family

Information regarding the current Highways upgrade project under construction (Chase West) is available on the Coffee is always on - call for tour today. Ministry of Transportation andyour Infrastructure’s website at

Assisted Living home-cooked for seniors with all housekeeping, inclusive homeall inclusive meals, cooked meals, housekeeping,24/7 on-site 24/7 on-site staff, social calender & more.staff, social calender & more. Contact us at 250-679-1512 or 250-320-0400

Coffee is always on - call for your tour today. live@parksidecommunity.ca

www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/transportation-projects/highway1-kamloops-alberta Contact us at 250-679-1512

Once you or are 250-320-0400 on that page, go to “Chase Four-Laning”. On live@parksidecommunity.ca that site page you can get information about the current project, 743 Okanagan Ave,video Chase and see a virtual drive through for Chase West. Additional information will be posted on the site as it becomes available. For road closure information in the current Chase West project area, please refer to Drive BC. To speak to a Ministry representative, you can call 778.362.4568 to get questions answered.

Oct 11

743 Okanagan Ave, Chase Contact us at 250-679-1512 or 250-320-0400 live@parksidecommunity.ca 743 Okanagan Ave, Chase


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Community Bulletin 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 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 250-318-4527

New sessions for Learn to Skate and Jr. Rec Hockey begin on Jan 11 and run till Mar 8. All sessions are on Mondays with Learn to Skate from 3:15-4:00 and Jr. Rec Hockey (Full gear required) from 4:00-5:00. There are no preschool lessons. FMI email Jane @ jherman@ cablelan.net or text @ 250-851-6524.

Chase Rec Society Winter 2021 Learn to Skate Lessons -

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

Chase Legion Branch #107 will be closed at this point until after the update from both the Provincial Health Officer Orders on January 8th, 2021, and BC/Yukon Legion Regulation. Thank you for your continued support and understanding during this difficult time.

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


(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.

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Shuswap Victory Church

641 Shuswap Ave, Chase BC Office Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 9-1pm For Council and/or Prayer Please contact: Pastor Peter King 250-804-3518

Chase Rotary Box 73

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

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 @ 250-372-2581 For online Mass check out www.rcdk.org/pages/covid19-streaming-masses Chase Evangelical Free Church 295 Shuswap Ave Physical Gathering Suspended in response to Provincial Health Order, Online Gatherings Accessible at www.ChaseChurch.com 250 679 1676 or Tyler@ChaseChurch.com

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

Shuswap Community Church 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

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Chase Fire & Rescue Cares About You … continued by Carolyn Parks-Mintz, Author, Journalist & Freelance Writer

Part two of a two-part series

To say that those who volunteer to fight flames are steadfast and committed is an understatement. Where would we be, what would happen, without such brave individuals? That being said, there are steps that home owners and residents can take to prevent fires and the damage they cause ….. starting with chimneys. There’s nothing more comforting on a cold winter’s night than the warmth and crackling from wood burning in a fireplace or woodstove. However, along with those flames comes smoke, water vapor, gasses, unburned wood particles, hydrocarbon, tar fog, and assorted minerals. As these substances travel up the cooler chimney and flue, condensation occurs. The resulting residue from this, called creosote, sticks to inner chimney walls. All forms of creosote, whether crusty, flaky, tar-like, drippy, shiny or hardened, are highly combustible. If it builds up in sufficient quantity and the internal flue temperature is high enough, a chimney fire could start. Creosote can accumulate from chimney/flue restricted air supply, unseasoned ‘green’ wood and cooler than normal chimney temperatures. Limited air supply can be caused by closing fireplace glass doors, failing to open the damper enough, and the lack of sufficient make-up air to move heated smoke rapidly up the chimney. The longer the smoke is in the flue, the more likely creosote will form. A wood stove’s air supply can be hampered by closing down its damper or air inlets too soon or too much. Burning unseasoned damp wood requires considerably more energy to drive off water trapped in the logs, which results in cooler smoke and therefore, a cooler flue and creosote build-up. It’s also important to avoid overloading a fireplace or firebox with wood, which can result in excess creosote in chimney flues. Clean chimneys do not catch fire. Regular inspection by a certified chimney sweep will ensure an unexpected blaze doesn’t happen. This service professional will check for: • honey-combed creosote • warped metal • cracked or collapsed flue tiles



• discoloured or distorted rain cap • creosote flakes on roof or ground • damaged roofing material • exterior masonry cracks, and • evidence of smoke escaping through mortar joints or tile liners The other winter-heat (and summer-cooling) source in many homes is a furnace. An annual check-up for this essential apparatus is a necessity. Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC) inspections vary in content and price but should include the following. Determine what the service contractor provides beforehand. • vent system check for blockage or leakage, internal and exterior • analysis of combustion gases and comparison to unit specifications • check of blower access door tight seal at furnace • fresh air intake grills and louvres inspected for blockage • heat exchanger inspection for rust or corrosion • burner ignition, flame, and flame sense • drainage system (blockage or leakage) including internal hoses, condensate drain and trap; replace water in trap • blower wheel cleaning and clearing of any debris, which requires removal of the blower wheel • amp-draw test of blower motor with comparison to required specification • wiring corrosion or damage • static air pressure check, gas pressure test and temperature rise check • filters to be inspected In addition, furnace filters should be checked, cleaned and replaced, if necessary, regularly and much more frequently than annually, which can be done by the home owner or resident. While HVAC service and inspections involve a fee, such expense is negligible when compared to what a house fire can cost in loss, harm, emotional stress, and ensuing difficulties. Preventative maintenance pays off in the long run. As Chase Fire Rescue advocates: “Take care, be pro-active, stay safe, And we’re here for ya.”

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RCMP REPORT - December 2020 submitted by Chase RCMP

LOST TRAVELLERS: On December 11th, 2020, at 7 pm, Chase RCMP were advised of a single vehicle collision on a Forest Service Road in Pritchard. The complainant advised that she and her boyfriend were travelling from Kamloops to Vernon. They were not familiar with the area so they used Google Maps to plan their route. The Google maps route sent them up Martin Prairie Road (from the Trans Canada Highway) and onto a back road, which is not maintained in the winter. They continued along the route until they lost traction while travelling down a steep section of the road. They slid down the hill, off the road and into a tree. Luckily they were not injured. The couple was forced to walk for several kilometres before they were able to get sufficient cell service to dial 911. Police located the couple approximately an hour later. They were very relieved to see police, as they had been walking for quite some time in the cold and dark and in the snow—with coyotes howling in the distance. They were provided with transportation back to Chase, where they were able to make the necessary arrangements. THEFT/RECOVERY OF EXCAVATOR: On December 13th, 2020 at 1:00 pm, Chase RCMP were advised that a Caterpillar miniexcavator had just been stolen from a worksite near Chase. The complainant reported that he saw the machine on a flat bed trailer that was being towed by a white F350. The vehicle was headed Westbound, toward Kamloops. Police responded from both the Chase and Kamloops Detachments in an attempt to intercept the vehicle. Police spent several hours searching for the vehicle on rural roads in the Pritchard area. Eventually, a member of the public spotted the excavator, abandoned, on a 4x4 trail. The trailer was later located near Pinantan Lake, also abandoned. A suspect was identified and detained for questioning. The matter is still under investigation. NOT A HOME INVASION: On December 12th, 2020 at 1:56 am, Chase RCMP were dispatched to a report of a possible home invasion in Chase. The complainant phoned 911 and reported that she awoke to an intruder in her bedroom. She said that the intruder appeared to be male and may have been a construction worker. She said that she was elderly and lived alone. Police responded immediately, arriving within minutes. Upon arrival, Police found all doors and windows to the home were locked and secure. The complainant was still on the phone with 911. She told the dispatcher that she could not get past the intruder to open the door for police. Police forced the door and entered the house. The entire house was searched but

there was no evidence that there had been a home invasion. While on scene, police noted that the complainant appeared to be quite ill. An ambulance was requested. Paramedics assessed the complainant and transported her to hospital for further treatment. COVID TICKET: On December 13th, 2020, Chase RCMP were requested to attend a seasonal residence in Magna Bay. The complainant reported that there appeared to be a group of people partying at the cabin, in contravention to the Covid-19 Related Measures Act. Police attended and found that 5 young adults had gathered at the vacation cabin to socialize for the weekend. Three males had travelled from Alberta, where they all live in different residences. There were also two females who were from two different areas of BC. The group was well aware that none of them should be at that location given the current provincial public health orders. A violation ticket was issued for the amount of $2300. ASSIST AMBULANCE: On December 24th, 2020 at 3:41 pm, Chase RCMP were requested to assist the ambulance on Brooke Drive. Paramedics advised that they were called for a 49 year old male who was locked outside and was cold. He was checked by paramedics and medically cleared. Apparently he had nowhere to go, so he decided to wait in the driveway for his friends to return. At 4:22 pm, Chase RCMP received a second call regarding the same male. This time a neighbour reported that the male was badgering him and his wife – asking them to let him in because he was cold. Police were called to re-attend. This time police were told that the male had actually been kicked out, rather than being accidentally locked out, as he had initially told police. He phoned his mother, who agreed to pick him up. He was provided with an emergency blanket for his wait. SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE: On December 25th, 2020 at 10:24 am, Chase RCMP were advised of a suspicious circumstance in Pritchard. The complainant reported he had found several clumps of hair in the middle of the road in an area that is very rural. He collected the hair and saved it for police in case it was important. Police attended and examined the hair. It appeared to be fake, perhaps from a wig or hair extensions. It was dyed black and was still wet. If anyone happens to know where this hair came from, please call the Chase Detachment. In 2020, Chase RCMP received and investigated 248 suspicious occurrence reports.

ERRATIC DRIVER: On December 28th, 2020 at 1:13 pm, Chase RCMP were advised of an erratic driver on the Trans Canada Highway near Sorrento. The complainant reported that a silver Lexus— with an Alberta license plate—was tailgating, passing unsafely and speeding excessively. Members of the Southeast District Traffic Unit intercepted the vehicle. The driver, a 23 year old female from Alberta, told police that, in fact, it was the complainant who was driving aggressively and had ‘brake-checked’ her. Both parties received warnings regarding their driving choices. Putting this in perspective, Chase RCMP responded to a total of 525 driving complaints in 2020. COLLISIONS: On December 30th, at 10:48 am, Chase RCMP were advised of a single vehicle collision on the Trans Canada Highway, east of Chase. The complainant was a truck driver, who advised that a small blue car attempted to pass him and then went into the ditch. Police and ambulance attended. One occupant, a 36 year old female from Kamloops, was transported to hospital by ambulance for treatment of relatively minor injuries. The other occupant, a 36 year old male, also from Kamloops, departed the scene before police arrived. Neither occupant has been cooperative with the police investigation. The investigation is ongoing. Also on December 30th, 2020, Chase RCMP were advised of a relatively minor collision that had occurred on the Highway 97 exit of the Trans Canada Highway. The driver of a Ford pickup reported to police that he had been trying to overtake a Chevy pickup but each time he tried to pass, the driver of the Chevy pickup intentionally blew snow in front of him. The collision occurred when the driver of the Chevy pickup unexpectedly slammed on his brakes and was then rear-ended by the Ford pickup which was unable to stop on the slippery roads. The driver of the Ford pickup told police that he believed the driver of the Chevy ‘brake-checked’ him, as there was no obvious reason for him to slam on his brakes. This collision illustrates the importance of allowing a safe following distance, especially in winter driving conditions. Further to that, those who choose to conduct a ‘brake-check’ manoeuver should not be surprised when they are rear-ended. In 2020, Chase RCMP investigated 174 motor vehicle collisions: 80 of those collisions were considered minor; 53 collisions were of a more serious nature; 38 collisions resulted in injuries; and 3 collisions resulted in fatalities.

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Gypsy Soul

Advertorial by author and journalist Carolyn Parks Mintz The Place 638A Shuswap Avenue, Chase, BC 250.819.3875 ourgypsysoulmarket@gmail.com Facebook: gypsysoulmarket The Management Laurie Kraige and John Yorke, Owners/Managers The Story It is said there are no mistakes as to where we are ultimately led in life—that there are sometimes unknown reasons behind our choices. And we often do not recognize the path we’re on until we arrive at its destination. So it has been with Laurie and John, the proprietors of a new business on Chase’s main street. Quasi-hippies at heart, being slightly unconventional yet adventurous, the couple’s enterprise evolved almost by chance, rather than by design, when they were looking for a space where John could restore period furniture. During their search, a new venture began to take shape for them, in the form of a retail operation that involved their love of memorabilia and antiques— and with a name that reflected unique specialities, days gone by, affinity for memories. Gypsy Soul opened its doors in September 2020. The shop’s diverse and unique inventory includes antique furniture in chairs, bedroom suites, footstools end tables, lamps, brass/copper/silver and glassware, artwork and collectibles such as LP records—a large and varied selection of vintage vinyl—as well as some classic jewellery, purses and clothing items—all at reasonable prices. John also offers furnishing restoration

and refinishing, and they’ve brought in a stock of essential oils sourced from a BC supplier. Future plans are to take certain items on the road, in order to offer mobile shopping on specific days in the area from spring to fall. Having clients reminisce through the artefacts found at Gypsy Soul, as fond memories are recalled, is particularly gratifying to its entrepreneurs. Laurie and John recognize that articles from times long gone are satisfying and important—to the head and to the heart. All antiques exude history, have a story, and speak of the past. The couple’s enjoyment in the business is readily evident in the memorylane music always playing in the store, their ready smiles, and warm welcome to customers and visitors. Oh, and if area residents have vintage articles needing a new, appreciative home, Gypsy Soul just might be able to help with that.

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Classifieds SERVICES OFFERED Snow removal - Chase & Surrounding Area. 403-542-1785. Good Karma Contracting - Friendly handyman at your service! Honest, experienced and reliable. Plumbing, carpentry, painting, renos, repairs etc. Call Tanner 778-700-6776

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Ingredients 2 lb. Brussels sprouts 2 tbsp. extra-virgin olive oil 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 tsp. freshly chopped thyme Kosher salt Freshly ground black pepper 1 c. shredded mozzarella 1/4 c. freshly grated Parmesan Freshly chopped parsley, for garnish Preheat oven to 425° and line a large baking sheet with parchment paper. Prepare an ice bath in a large bowl. Blanch Brussels sprouts: Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil. Add Brussels sprouts and cook until bright green and very tender, 8 to 10 minutes. Add Brussels sprouts to ice bath to cool then drain. On a large baking sheet, toss blanched Brussels sprouts with oil, garlic, and thyme. Using the end of a small glass or mason jar, press down on Brussels sprouts to smash them into a flat patty. Season each smashed Brussels sprout with salt and pepper, then sprinkle mozzarella and Parmesan on top. Bake until bottoms of sprouts are crispy and cheese is melty and golden, 20 to 25 minutes. Garnish with parsley and serve warm.

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