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By Jennifer Lang Instead of looking through her cupboards, Helen Torrance turned on her A Cloverdale resident is raising doubts about a Langley-based society computer and logged onto the society’s website where she that recently canvassed discovered that Fair Share her neighbourhood for Food Services operates a food donations, raising “We don’t diss the grocery store for low-inan urgent appeal. The letter – attached food bank. We’re just come people in Langley. She was surprised that to an empty grocery bag doing our part.” the letter didn’t mention – was from Fair Share that the society runs a Food Services Society, - Kelly Fowler, Fair store, even if it does sell outlining its Operation Share Food Services the food at a discount. Clean Out Your Pantry “Even though it is apSociety campaign, asking for doparently a non-profit sonations of non-perishable ciety, it bothers me that foods and canned goods. it isn’t clear that they are “Just leave your bag of groceries by your front door and we asking people to donate food which will pick it up this Sunday afternoon,” See SURREY / Page 10 it read.

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It took the combined know-how of GWIL Crane Service, PLC Carriers, Ace Pilot Cars and the Fraser Valley Heritage Railway Society to transport an 84,000-pound freight motor from Abbotsford and lift it onto the tracks at its new home in Cloverdale May 20. Destinted to be a major new attraction at the heritage railway’s passenger operations, BCER 961 served on the original Fraser Valley line through Cloverdale. It was sold to Edmonton Transit in 1980.

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When lightning strikes Three-year-old Cloverdale boy is in need of a life-saving seizure rescue dog

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Jakob Chambers suffers several seizures a day.

By Kevin Diakiw She lives in constant fear of when the next proverbial lightning bolt will strike her son. When it does – and it will about three times a day – the brain of Sheri Chambers’ three-year-old boy Jakob will be thrown into a complete short circuit, electrical charges jumping between neural pathways, causing his eyes to roll and head to drop. This is the more common type of event for Jakob, called a juvenile seizure. The seizures are result of Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSC), which causes nonmalignant tumours to grow throughout his entire body. They invade his kidneys, heart, eyes and

kob dropped to the ground and skin, and at this stage of his life, trembled. they are showing up in his brain. There are about five tumours As in all the other events of this present now, but they continue to type, Sheri calls an ambulance, and paramedics medicate her son grow in size and number. heavily to stop the seizure as soon And while the frequent juvenile as possible. seizures are bad enough, they have a much more serious counterpart. The high dose of medication That is the status seizure, a lifeshuts down his breathing, so he has to be intubated (a tube surgithreatening event that throws Jakob into a prolonged series of Sheri Chambers cally inserted through his throat convulsions. into the airway so he can breathe). These seizures are troubling, violent and He’s then rushed to the hospital. At his Surrey home on Friday, Jakob potentially deadly. The last time it happened was July 2013, presents as a happy and playful tot, and freSee CANINES / Page 3 at Langley’s Willowbrook Mall, when Ja-

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Thursday, May 29, 2014 The Cloverdale Reporter 3 more vendors selling merchandise or other services. The Surrey Night Market will run from July 4 to Aug. 30 this year, every week on Friday and Saturdays from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. at 6050 176 St. To find out how you can become a vendor or a sponsor for the event, or to get more information, visit www.surreynightmarket.com

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The extremely popular night market idea is coming to Surrey. Based on a trendy weekend market in Richmond that attracts thousands of people from May through October, organizers are looking to bring the concept to this city. Surrey’s version launches in the summer and will be an open-air market for residents buying and selling a variety of local foods, services and goods. It’s planned as a multicultural, family-friendly event for people throughout the region. It’s also expected the market, which will set up shop at the Cloverdale Fairgrounds, will showcase a variety of talent and performing arts. Organizers are expecting the Surrey Night Market to draw between 5,000 and 8,000 people a night. They also want to have more than 70 food vendors representing a sample of world cuisine, plus 30 or

Cloverdale’s businesses are being warned of recent burglaries in the historic downtown. Thieves are cutting back gates and enclosures to gain entry to property in storage areas, Staff Sgt. Martin Blais, the Surrey RCMP’s South Zone commander, warned in a Heads Up! Alert issued Monday. The alert reminded business owners to report suspicious activities and people in the area to police. Those wanting to improve security on their premises are welcome to ask for a walk-around with Community Safety Officers. The alerts are a joint program with the Cloverdale BIA and the Surrey RCMP.

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Correction The website address of two Argentinian limo travelers (“It’s the Ultimate Road Trip”, May 22) who are spanning the Americas in their 1989 stretch Cadillac is www.americasinlimites.tv and their Facebook page is at Facebook.com/americasenlimo. – Cloverdale Reporter

Cloverdale singer seeks votes in talent contest

By Jennifer Lang A young Cloverdale singer with a big voice is looking for support so she can make it to the next round in a talent competition. Madison Bell, 12, is one of the competitors in the 5th annual Valley Voices Vocal Competition. The Grade 6 A.J. McLellan student is one of 25 qualifying performers who are hoping to advance to the next round as one of 15 semi-finalists. Along with live auditions and performances to advance to the next round, this year’s contestants also need to garner votes online for their performance videos. Bell’s a capella entry is one of 25 videos going “live” on the Valley Voices Facebook page Friday morning. Voting is open from May 30 to June 2. The finals are at the AgriFair in Abbotsford in August. The judges are a combination

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of established artists and industry professionals, and the winner receives a prize package devoted to developing their talent. Bell has been performing for three years. She sang on the main stage at Surrey’s 2013 Canada Day bash in Cloverdale, and opened for Victoria Duffield in Chilliwack last summer. She’s also a regular at the Wired Monk Coventry’s (184 Street and 64 Avenue) open mic nights and has been a featured performer at the café. “She has a deep passion for music making each song she performs her own,” says her mom Michelle. She also plays guitar and writes songs. This is Bell’s second appearance in the Valley Voices contest; she made it to the finals in 2013.

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quently flashes a 10,000watt smile when playing. He was diagnosed with TSC when he was just months old and the seizures started shortly after. For him, this is normal. However, Sheri knows otherwise and lives in never-ending fear that Jakob will die from one of the status seizures when she’s not around

to help. Jakob’s best hope turns out to be man’s best friend. He needs a dog trained in seizure alert and rescue. The canines can smell when the seizure is about to occur. If Jakob falls during the event, as he does with the status seizures, the dog will roll him on his side so he doesn’t choke on his tongue. Then the dog runs for help.

The canines are trained at a facility called 4 Paws for Ability in Xenia, Ohio. The financial commitment for the Chambers is $14,000, a sum the family can’t easily put together. The family’s church is reaching out to help Jakob. On Sunday, June 22 at 7 p.m., WestWinds Community Church is holding a fundraiser at 6331 176 St. It will include silent

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HOMINUM Are you Gay, Bi-sexual or just not sure? Need a safe place to talk? Hominum Fraser Valley is an informal discussion and support group to help gay, bi-sexual and questioning men with the challenges of being married, separated or single. Our next meeting is 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 30. For information and meeting location, call Art 604-462-9813 or Don 604-329-9760. RUSTY’S PUB FUNDRAISING EVENT Saturday, May 31 at Rusty’s Pub from 5 to 11 p.m. Join us for a burger and a beer and help us raise awareness of ALS, a terminal disease that rapidly affects one’s mobility and speech. Life expectancy after diagnosis is two to five years. Please help and be part of finding the cause and cure. Tickets $20, ages 19 and up. Email surreywalk@alsbc.ca for more information. MAKE ‘EM LAUGH The Society of Versatiles Entertainers present their new – free – show, Make ‘em Laugh, Sunday, June 1 at the Cloverdale Legion. More of their famous comedy sketches and familiar music of a bygone era, enough to make your heart sing, your toes tap in rhythm and your tummy ache from laughing. Performed by Susie Francis and the Versatiles, music by Jennifer Scott and Peter Dobson. Showtime 3 p. m. Doors Open at noon. OLD TIME DANCE Thursday, June 5 at Clayton Hall, 18513 70 Avenue, Surrey, 1/2-block north of Fraser Hwy on 184 Street. From 7:30 to 10:30 p.m., hosted by the Surrey Old Time Fiddlers. Admission $3. For more information, call 604-576-1066. THE FAB FOUREVER The Clova Cinema, 5732 176 St., plays host to the premiere Beatles tribute band, The Fab Fourever, Friday June 6 (sold out) and Thursday, June 5, tickets available. Show starts at 7 p.m., doors open 6:30 p.m. Adults $26, kids 12 and under $15. Tickets at the box office from 6 p.m. weekdays, and from 12:30 p.m. weekends. SPEAK EASY Presented by Susie Francis and the Versatiles June 15 at the Port Kells Hall, 88 Avenue and Harvey Road, Surrey. From 3 to 7 p.m. Dancing, gambling with funny money, prizes for best costume, silent and live auction. Put your friends in jail, live entertainment. Door prizes and more. For tickets call 604-613-3116. ANNOUNCEMENTS FIELD TRIP TO STEWART FARM As part of its two-day conference in Cloverdale, the British Columbia Historical Federation is offering an afternoon field trip to Historic Stewart Farm and Camp Alexandra in Crescent Beach, Friday, June 6. Cost is $32/person, and includes bus transportation, lunch, and guided tours at each location. Tour leaves the Surrey Museum at 11:30 a.m. & returns at 4 p.m. The conference and field trip are open to anyone interested in history. Details and tickets: http:// bchistory.ca/conferences/2014/index.html. GRIEFSHARE RECOVERY SEMINAR AND SUPPORT GROUP Meets Thursdays May 1–June 26, 7–9 p.m. in the Fireside Room at Willoughby Church, 20525 – 72 Ave. Langley. GriefShare features nationally recognized experts on grief and recovery topics. Each session is self-contained so you may join at any time. $20 fee includes workbook. To register contact Willoughby Church 604-5305959 or email info@willoughbychurch.com.

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Cloverdale’s Harold Wellenbrink was bombing around in his 1952 Meteor Custom cruiser convertible, ‘Cool Blue,’ during Rodeo Week, when he stopped by our office. He lovingly restored the classic car. He’s a member of the Vancouver Motorsport Pioneers Society who’s spent 60 years restoring cars and related memorabilia, including building a replica shell Oil Station in his back yard. Look for him at upcoming car shows this summer.

Branch 6 is at your service The Cloverdale Legion distributes nearly $60,000 to local causes while its volunteers assist many more To the editor; Each year the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 6 Cloverdale raises funds and donates to the community. The money is raised by volunteer members who work hard at meat draws, raffles, gaming, pancake breakfasts, the Poppy Campaign, etc. Specific criteria have to be met before donations are made. The branch disbursed $58,405 in 2013. The following are a few of the recipients of donations: Surrey Memorial Hospital George Derby Centre Legion Foundation Amos Ferguson Manor Kinsman Lodge Surrey Hospice Wheelchair lift Veterans’ assistance Cadet groups Peace Arch Hospital Foundation Bethshan Gardens High school scholarships BC Cancer Society Heart and Stroke Foundation ALS. Society It is through the support of our dedicated volunteers that we are able to serve our veterans, Canada’s military, and the community

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The Colour Party from Branch 6 leads the Remembrance Day parade. The Cloverdale Legion is active year-round.

at large. You might ask what we do for our veterans and their families. We have an excellent Service Officer, who is also our Sick and Visiting Officer. He donates many hours providing veterans and their families with information and assistance for referrals to the appropriate offices of Veterans Affairs to ensure that their concerns are dealt with. For example, a World War II veteran or spouse may require home assistance, help with pensions, or medical aid and equipment. Many hospital visits are made to our veterans,

and they receive home visits after being in hospital to assist with referrals for home care. The Poppy Fund will assist if a veteran qualifies for emergency help, food or clothing. We support many community youth groups such as cadets, scouts, guides, and schools. We have worked closely with the Surrey Museum on Remembrance Day. Our Colour Party is active at many of the major events in Surrey, and participate in Canada Day, parades, and celebrations of life for deceased veterans. We welcome new members. All Canadian citizens or Commonwealth subjects are welcome to become members. By becoming a member and participating you will have the opportunity to receive benefits like member discounts. You must be over 19 years of age. Military service is no longer required. We invite you to join our branch. Drop in to the office and speak to our secretary to find out more about us. Office hours are 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Anne Sharkey Publicity Chairperson Royal Canadian Legion Branch 6, Cloverdale

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EVENTS UKRAINIAN SOUL FOOD Perogies, cabbage rolls and borsch will be available Friday, May 30 at a fundraiser at the Ukrainian Cultural Centre, 13512 108 Ave., from 4:30-7:30 p.m. Eat in, take away or ready for your freezer. Call 604-531-1923 or 604-581-0313.

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Flip the switch

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e have all had those days. You know the ones where we wake up and stub our toe getting out of bed. We proceed to use bodywash in our hair instead of conditioner. Then we spill our coffee on our freshly pressed shirt. Well, actually I don’t drink coffee and I definitely don’t iron my shirts, but you get the idea. Some days start off poorly and before we know it we are enduring a terrible day. Everything goes wrong – one thing after the other – and it seems out of our control. We just chalk it up to a bad day. Does it have to be this way though? Not really. How we react to situations is our choice. This may be a hard pill to swallow, but it is true. When we stub our toe, we choose either to freak out or to laugh it off. Think of how differently the day would flow, if we didn’t pour our energy into getting angry at ourselves for silly things like that. We would find that we start the day off laughing for one thing. Seeing the humour in situations really helps to diffuse tension and negativity. In the grand scheme

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of things, how big is a stubbed toe really? The next time you do something silly choose to laugh it off after the initial shock wears off. I call this flipping the switch. Sometimes life seems to throw you curveballs. When we are in a rush, we seem to hit every red light. When we need to appear calm we start sweating profusely. I sometimes think this is a sort of cosmic joke. So how can we flip the switch in these sorts of situations that are not our own doing? Perspective is the key. Realize that by hitting every red light you are being reminded to drive carefully. Maybe you speed too much and need to learn to slow down. Perhaps you are sweating because you are taking a situation too seriously. You could learn to lighten up a bit. It is always possible to flip the switch. The key is to flip it the first

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time and not wait until everything is going wrong. When you flip it early you will avoid becoming emotionally attached to the outcome. Laughing off a stubbed toe at the beginning of the day is a lot easier to do than shrugging off the tenth bad thing later on.

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Members of The Versatiles rehearse for their recent appearance at the Cloverdale Rodeo parade. The Cloverdale-based troupe of golden-aged performers is gearing up for two upcoming gigs: Make ‘em Laugh, a free show this Sunday at the Cloverdale Legion, and Speak Easy on June 15 at Port Kells Hall. See calendar listings on page 4 for details.

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Cloverdale’s heritage charm is a conference draw

By Jennifer Lang A walking tour of Cloverdale, a bus trip to Surrey’s Historic Stewart Farm and Crescent Beach, a book fair and a visit by B.C.’s Lieutenant Governor are sure to be be highlights when the B.C. Historical Federation’s 2014 conference gets underway next week. With its small-town ambience and heritage charm, Cloverdale is an obvious choice for hosting an event like this one, lead organizer Barbara Hynek told The Reporter. The conference, open to anyone with an interest in history, runs June 6 and 7 at the Surrey Museum and other local venues. A ride on the heritage Interurban railway out of Cloverdale Station is just one of the excursions awaiting delegates, who are converging from across B.C.

for the two-day event, being held in partnership with the Surrey Historical Society. Most of the conference seats have been snapped up, but the public is encouraged to drop by the book fair or tag along on the bus tour. The book fair on Saturday, June 7 (noon4 p.m.), is presented by the B.C. Genealogical Society at the Surrey Museum. Authors of B.C history will be on hand, providing an opportunity for the public to meet the authors. The B.C. Genealogy Society will have special materials available, which should help lure genealogy buffs, Hynek said. “There are pamphlets that have been designed for beginners who are just starting their research. A lot of our members are interested

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on personal levels.” As a former librarian, Hynek can attest to the enduring interest in researching family

roots and connections. Records are increasingly moving online, bringing them within easy reach of anyone with a WiFi connection. “In the old days it was so cumbersome.” Cloverdale’s heritage as a transportation hub, its evolution from bustling city centre to the historic heart of Surrey with many original buildings intact, help make it unique – as does its impressive, present day heritage attractions, from the Surrey Museum to the Interurban, operating

weekend passenger excursions to Sullivan Station and back on a restored, B.C. Electric rail car, 60 years after it last passed through Cloverdale. “It’s been an amazing thing for a volunteer group to have done, then operate it,” she said, referring to the Fraser Valley Heritage Railway Society. “I don’t think there’s anything like it in B.C., where people can go ride an Interurban, on the original line, in an original car, in the community it served.” The Honourable

Judith Guichon will be awarding this year’s recipients of the federation’s awards for historical writing. The Friday evening reception at the Surrey Museum is the conference’s main event. To be eligible, a book must be about an aspect of B.C. history, and published in the 2013 calendar year. Past winners of the Lieutenant-Governor’s Medal for Historical Writing include Derek Hayes for British Columbia: a New Historical Atlas (2012) and the late Chuck Davis,

for The Chuck Davis History of Metropolitan Vancouver (2011). The awards include prizes for books, best historical society newsletter, historical article, and best website devoted to B.C. history – an honour bestowed upon Surrey’s Jack Brown in 2013 for Wsurreyhistory.ca. The keynote speaker is Henry Ewart, an author who’s a prominent expert on the history of the B.C. Electric Railway. The British Columbia

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With temperatures rising across the province, the BC SPCA urges people to protect their pets against the dangers of heat exhaustion and heatstroke. Even well-meaning guardians leave their dogs unattended in parked cars while they run errands. Tragically, this can lead to serious heatstroke and even death for their pets. The temperature in a parked car, even in the shade with windows partly open, can rapidly reach a level that will seriously harm or even kill a pet. In just minutes, the temperature in a parked car can climb to well over 38 degrees Celsius (100 degrees Fahrenheit). Dogs have no sweat glands, so they cool themselves by panting and by releasing heat through their paws. On summer days the hot air and upholstery in a vehicle can make it impossible for pets to cool themselves. Dogs can withstand high temperatures for only a very short time – often just 10 minutes - before suffering irreparable brain damage or death.

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when visiting Lochiel Historic One-Room School in Campbell Valley Park, South Langley, last Fall. I had been invited to visit the boxy yellow clapboard school outstanding in its field just south of the main park and riding trails. A zig zag wooden fence reminiscent of the kind prairie farmers seemed to spend their lives repairing skirted the front of the property. At the top of the flag pole a Union Jack

snapped importantly in the bracing November wind. Suddenly the door opened. Miss Polillo, armed with a clanging glittering brass bell, ordered us to line up. “Two straight lines!” she commanded. “Boys on the right! Girls on the left! No talking!” Meekly parking our coats in the coatroom, we followed the order to stand at attention by our desks to sing The Maple Leaf For-

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ever and God Save the King. To our surprise, some of us could actually remember the words. Squeezing in to desks without whacking aging knees proved challenging, as did extricating them an hour later. Unsympathetic, Miss Polillo brooked no

nonsense. Beginning with a hand inspection, I was instructed to trim up my nails, and another ’student’ – sporting red nail polish – earned the admonition; “What WAS your mother thinking?!” Remember window monitor? The important ‘helper’ tasked with

operating the windows with the long pole with the hook on the end? A minor infringement earned someone a trip to the dunce’s chair, complete with pointed cap, and neat chalk printing on those little slates isn’t as easy as it looks.  The school was built in 1924 – when the

dreaded strap and cane were still the accepted modes of discipline. Needless to say, one ‘young lad’ got his comeupins for talking out of turn in class. Reading aloud, reciting our multiplication tables, and surveying memory texts left me reflecting that Google may be handy, but surely memorizing poetry and prose has to be healthier mental exercise. Let me clarify here, that I wasn’t around in the 1920s, but I did seat my way through an era that required reciting Keats, Wordsworth, and even Burns by memory, not to mention declining Latin verbs. It killed the ancient Romans, but to my amazement it didn’t kill me. As a journalist it even proved useful. Eventually, some teacher’s pet cleaned the backboard and clapped the brushes, Miss Polillo lowered the flag, let us out, and dispatched us homeward. It was the kind of experience that my girls would have loved, as

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Use all sorts of different materials and innovative designs to build houses, bridges, castles, and more. Aug 11

SPACE STATION VACATION CAMP

This theme oriented mini summer adventure camp is designed for the younger age group. Program includes indoor and outdoor activities, arts, crafts and games.

MAGICAL KINGDOM CAMP

CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTION CAMP 4361235 M-F Cloverdale Recreation Centre

JUNIOR EXPLORERS CAMP

Jul 28

12:15pm-2:15pm

5 Sessions $69.75 3-5yrs 4365612 M-F Cloverdale Recreation Centre

Jul 14

9:00am-11:00am

12:15pm-2:15pm

CHILDREN’S SUMMER DAY CAMPS ART VENTURES CAMP

Explore the wonderful world of arts and crafts. Create all kinds of things from masks to jewelry to pottery. For more details on themes or program content please contact facility.

5 Sessions $151.25 6-10yrs 4361324 M-F 4361325 M-F 4361326 M-F Cloverdale Recreation Centre

Jul 7 Jul 28 Aug 11

DANCE CAMP

An excellent opportunity to test your dance shoes with a variety of dances. Try jazz, and hip hop in this energetic, fun camp.

5 Sessions $81.50 6-10yrs 9:00am-3:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm

4361384 M-F 4361385 M-F Cloverdale Recreation Centre

Improve fitness and speed while learning fundamental badminton skills, including forehand and backhand grips nd serving.

5 Sessions $46.50 6-9yrs Jul 28

12:00pm-1:30pm

Jul 28

2:00pm-3:30pm

4360277 Clayton Hall

M-F

9:00am-12:00pm

Jul 14

12:15pm-3:15pm

Enter stage right! Be silly and have fun while learning about theatre and stage presentation. This program introduces you to drama exercises, games and improvisation.

5 Sessions $81.50 6-8yrs Jul 21 Aug 18

9:00am-12:00pm 9:00am-12:00pm

5 Sessions $81.50 9-12yrs Jul 21 Aug 18

12:30pm-3:30pm 12:30pm-3:30pm

Jul 21

9:00am-12:00pm

ENGLISH ENRICHMENT CAMP

This camp will have an emphasis on language development. Camp activities in the morning will reflect on the afternoon’s schedule of games and activities. Basic English must be spoken by participant.

5 Sessions $84.50 6-10yrs 4361380 M-F 4361381 M-F Cloverdale Recreation Centre

Jul 14 Aug 25

M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F

Jul 7 Jul 14 Jul 21 Jul 28 Aug 11 Aug 18 Aug 25

4360744 M, W-F Jun 30 4360749 Tu-F Aug 5 Don Christian Recreation Centre 4359941 4359942 4359943 4359944 4359949 4359950 4359951

M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F

Jul 7 Jul 14 Jul 21 Jul 28 Aug 11 Aug 18 Aug 25

4359948

Tu-F

Aug 5

12:30pm-3:30pm 12:30pm-3:30pm

4359940 Clayton Hall

W-F

Jul 2

Have fun learning basic skills and dance techniques used by the pros to cheer your school teams on!

5 Sessions $81.50 6-10yrs

5 Sessions $156.75 6-10yrs

5 Sessions $104.25 6-10yrs

12:30pm-3:30pm

PRESCHOOL REGISTRATION There are still spots left in our year-long preschool programs for September 2014 to June 2015. Social Recreation (3-5yrs) Pre-K (4-5yrs) Scheduled monthly payment options are available. Childcare subsidy is available.

Call 604-598-7960 for more details.

4361375 M-F 4361377 M-F Cloverdale Recreation Centre

Jul 28 Aug 25

4362176 M-F 4362177 M-F 4362178 M-F 4362452 M-F 4362179 M-F 4362180 M-F 4362453 M-F Cloverdale Recreation Centre

Jul 7 Jul 14 Jul 21 Jul 28 Aug 11 Aug 18 Aug 25

9:00am-3:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm

5 Sessions $107.00 10-12yrs 4362382 4362384 4362385 4362387 4362391 4362398 4362401

M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F

Jul 7 Jul 14 Jul 21 Jul 28 Aug 11 Aug 18 Aug 25

9:00am-3:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm

Jul 14 Aug 25

9:00am-12:00pm 9:00am-12:00pm

SOCCER CAMP

Camp activities include age appropriate programming for children ages 10- 13. Themed activities will include sports, arts and crafts, music, dance and games. Water park days and swimming may be included in the weekly events.

5 Sessions $107.00 10-12yrs

9:00am-3:00pm

Learn what’s slimy, electrifying, silly, ultrasonic, scintillating, puzzling, colourful, explosive, magnetic, and outrageously FUN? 4361378 M-F 4361379 M-F Cloverdale Recreation Centre

9:00am-3:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm

CAMP PRETEEN FUN ZONE

9:00am-3:00pm

3 Sessions $64.25 6-9yrs

SCIENCE CAMP

Aug 18

9:00am-3:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm

4 Sessions $85.75 6-9yrs

This camp is for French immersion students right from the first ‘bonjour’ to the last day ‘au-revior’. Children will participate in arts, crafts, games and sports.

4361389 M-F Cloverdale Recreation Centre

9:00am-3:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm

5 Sessions $107.00 6-9yrs

FRENCH IMMERSION CAMP

CHEERLEADING CAMP

9:00am-3:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm

4 Sessions $85.75 6-12yrs

DRAMA CAMP 4361386 M-F Cloverdale Recreation Centre

Can’t get enough basketball? Learn new skills or improve on your existing ones. Slam dunk your summer and join us for some fun!

4361362 M-F 4361364 M-F Cloverdale Recreation Centre

Jul 14

5 Sessions $81.50 6-10yrs

BASKETBALL CAMP M-F M-F

4360745 4360746 4360747 4360748 4360750 4360751 4360752

5 Sessions $81.50 10-13yrs

BADMINTON CAMP

4361361 4361363

M-F

Camp programs include sports, arts, crafts, music, dance and games. Weekly themes. Check with the Town Centre in your area for specific details. Camp Connections are available for extended camp hours.

5 Sessions $107.00 6-12yrs 12:30pm-3:30pm 9:00am-12:00pm

5 Sessions $81.50 6-9yrs 4360276

4364707 M-F 5 Sessions $46.50 10-12yrs 4364708 M-F Cloverdale Recreation Centre

Jul 21 Aug 18

FUN ZONE CAMP

Enjoy a week playing soccer. Program will help to develop skills through games and fun.

5 Sessions $81.50 6-8yrs 4361344 4361346

M-F M-F

Jul 14 Aug 11

9:00am-12:00pm 9:00am-12:00pm

5 Sessions $81.50 9-12yrs 4361345 M-F 4361347 M-F Cloverdale Recreation Centre

Jul 14 Aug 11

12:30pm-3:30pm 12:30pm-3:30pm

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO REGISTER CALL 604-501-5100 OR GO TO WWW.SURREY.CA/REGISTER.

4 Sessions $85.75 10-12yrs 4362389 Clayton Hall

Tu-F

Aug 5

9:00am-3:00pm

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Classic Philly Cheese Steak

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101 - 17750 56 Ave Surrey - Cloverdale

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Habitat Blind Order Cannot be combined with any other offer or discount. Offer expires June 30, 2014.

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2-17967 56th Avenue | Cloverdale | 604.576.7940

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(at the Ramada Inn)

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2-17967 56th Avenue | Cloverdale | 604.576.7940

604-530-1400 • 20645 LANGLEY BYPASS • WWW.THEGE.CA Not combinable with any other coupons or special offers. Must be booked by June 30, 2014.

Customer Favourites Baked Lasagna • Baked Ravioli Baked Spaghetti • Ribs

FREE Dipped

Coupon valid only at Cloverdale (56 Ave) location location. Not to be combined with any other coupon offer. Coupon valid until June 25, 2014.

CLOVERDALE DAIRY QUEEN

17720 56 Ave Cloverdale (At Clover Square Village) (604) 576-4811

BY BRINGING THIS ORIGINAL (NO DUPLICATES)

AD TO A MOVIE THIS WEEK One or Both Shows WEDNESDAY TO MONDAY EVENINGS

TUESDAY, KIDS & MATINEE

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5732 176 St. Cloverdale • Email: clovacinema@telus.net Website: www.theclova.com

8 OFF

$ OIL CHANGE

Most vehicles. Regular $46.99 Includes Free Super Touchless Car Wash $12 Value and Free Self Serve Vacuum Drive-thru Oil Change • Drive-thru Wiper Blades Drive-thru Filter Service (air, cabin & fuel) Drive-thru Head Lights • 23-Point Service Check COMPLEMENTARY NEWSPAPER, COFFEE & WIFI WHILE YOU WAIT.

9497 - 201 Street, Walnut Grove

JUST EAST OF 200 ST. ON 201 ST. NOW OPEN SUNDAYS AT 9 AM

localicious! REPLY REQUIRED

or Regular Cone

with any regular priced Combo Meal

GET A FREE MEDIUM POPCORN

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5732 - 176 Street

20486 Logan Avenue Sun.-Thurs. & Holidays 11am-11pm Fri.-Sat. 11am-Midnight

CLOVA

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Located in the Cloverdale Holiday Inn 17530 - 64th Ave (at 176th), Cloverdale

313 - 17750 65A Avenue reservations: 604.372.2773 www.KidVentureKidsKut.ca

5709 176 Street, Cloverdale 778-571-2442

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FROM EVERY KID’S HAIR CUT

INDIAN CUISINE

WITH COUPON. EXPIRES JUNE 30

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serving the highest quality pizza in Langley since 1979! Expires June 30, 2014

5 off

$

ORDERS OVER $25

20199 56 Ave Langley | (604) 530-0751

Be sure to check out our SPCA Certified and Local Meat section featuring Rockweld Farms chicken, Gelderman Farms pork, Painted River Farms beef, and our very own Rondriso Farms eggs and SPCA Certified beef.

8390 172nd St. Surrey rondriso@shaw.ca www.rondriso.com

604 574 5585 like us on facebook (search for Rondriso Farms General Store)

Birchwood Dairy

Ice Cream


Make our monthly COUPON PAGE a regular part of your shopping. You'll find lots of hot deals, local coupons all on your local Cloverdale Businesses! FIND US ONLINE AT www.cloverdalereporter.com CLICK ON E-EDITION and SPECIAL ISSUES. Print your coupons and save!

CLOVA

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NOW PLAYING

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DIVERGENT 7:00 PM TRANSCENDENCE 9:30 PM

plus 10 Wings or Lasagna plus Bread Sticks or Salad plus 2L Pop

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OPENING SOON:

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THURSDAY, JUNE 5 • (SOLD OUT) JUNE 6

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Sun.-Thurs. & Holidays 11am-11pm Fri.-Sat. 11am-Midnight

8 OFF

$ OIL CHANGE

WITH COUPON. EXPIRES JUNE 30

5732 - 176 Street

Most vehicles. Regular $46.99 Includes Free Super Touchless Car Wash $12 Value and Free Self Serve Vacuum

20486 Logan Avenue

JUST EAST OF 200 ST. ON 201 ST. NOW OPEN SUNDAYS AT 9 AM

is a partnership between our farm,

REPLY and other local family farms. REQUIRED

12-week box program $300 family size!

Pick up your box on Thursdays at the Farm! 8390 172nd St. Surrey rondriso@shaw.ca www.rondriso.com

604 574 5585 like us on facebook (search for Rondriso Farms General Store)

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Visit us this summer and receive The Great Escape Passport!

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!

REPLY REQUIRED

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Fabulous prizes include: • $1000 travel voucher • 2 concert tickets to Katie Perry • IPAD

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604-530-1400 • 20645 LANGLEY BYPASS • WWW.THEGE.CA Not combinable with any other coupons or special offers.

This year our General store will continue to feature our own home grown produce along with local fruit and berries and an assortment of local BC foods and products.

Farm Fresh Box Program

30/14

The Great Escape’s

Drive-thru Oil Change • Drive-thru Wiper Blades Drive-thru Filter Service (air, cabin & fuel) Drive-thru Head Lights • 23-Point Service Check COMPLEMENTARY NEWSPAPER, COFFEE & WIFI WHILE YOU WAIT.

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serving the highest quality pizza in Langley since 1979!

5 off $

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Buy any 2 Large Specialty Pizzas &

ENTER TO WIN Whitecaps Tickets

Expires June 30, 2014

20199 56 Ave Langley | (604) 530-0751

Father’s Day Special 45 Minute Aroma Therapy Massage and Spa Pedicure $49.99

(3 TOPPINGS)

SATURDAY, MAY 31 AND SUNDAY, JUNE 1

to advertise, call 604-575-2423

to advertise, call 604-575-2423

Classic Philly Cheese Steak

PLAYING NIGHTLY:

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Philly’s STEAKOUT

Paint & Wallpaper • Habitat Blinds Cambria Quartz Countertops • JF Fabrics & Drapery

Offers ex pire

Open Fridays until

9pm

Bridal Shower gifts

CLOVERDALE ONLY

June 25 , 2014.

MANTRA BEAUTY BAR 313 - 17750 65A Avenue Central Cloverdale Crossing reservations: 604.372.2773 www.mantrabeautybar.ca

OPEN 11:30AM - 8PM

7 DAYS A WEEK

5709 176 Street, Cloverdale 778-571-2442 ÉMINENCE HANDMADE O R G A N I C SKIN CARE OF

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FISH & CHIPS CHI HI HI HIPS

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604-575-2115

101 - 17750 56 Ave Surrey - Cloverdale

604-599-9215

101 - 15953 Fraser Hwy - Fleetwood

see back for more offers

it’s a

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Buy 1 Meal get the 2nd one

BIG deal! for

lunch or dinner Buy any regular menu item and

50 off %

receive the second item of equal or lesser value FREE!

604-574-5512

RUSTY’S

or lesser value) for 50% off. Does not apply with any other promotions. Expires on June 25,2014.

30 Off erexpires expiresJuly June 2014 Offer 15,25, 2013.

Located in the Cloverdale Holiday Inn 17530 - 64th Ave (at 176th), Cloverdale

k “You Drin � We Drive

1:00am 6:00pm -

Neighbourhood Pub 101-17770 Hwy 10, Cloverdale

604-574-5512

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BUY 2 BOXES of Dilly Bars or DQ Sandwiches get the 2nd box for g

50% OFF Round

Cakes

$

3 OFF

Coupon C oup valid only at Cloverdale (56 Ave) location. Not to be combined with any other coupon offer. Coupon valid until June 25, 2014

CLOVERDALE DAIRY QUEEN

17720 56 Ave Cloverdale (At Clover Square Village) (604) 576-4811

OR

* Buy one meal, lunch or dinner and receive the second meal (of equal

with the purchase of any drink $13 VALUE

Rusty’s 101-17770 Hwy 10, Cloverdale Neighbourhood Pub Dine in only and excludes specials. Valid anytime 1 coupon per table • No cash value • Expires June 25/2014

Lunch Dinner

*

Reservations 778-574-0301

10

$

save

rockwells.ca

*VALID AT THE CLOVERDALE ROCKWELLS ONLY. DINE-IN ONLY. NOT VALID ON THE “NEED FOR SPEED� LUNCH MENU.

OFF

Super II • Ecologic Sharkskin • Renaissance

BUY ONE Father’s Day

GET ONE BBQ Themed *

FREE Buffet See reverse for more coupon offers

June 15th, 2014 See details on back.

Free Breakfast

C Cannot be combined with any other offer or discount. Offer expires June 30, 2014. Only redeemable at O C Colour Lounge Paint & Design.

COLOUR LOUNGE C

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and receive a second entrĂŠe of equal or lesser value FREE! Maximum value $10. Not to be combined with any other coupon, promotion, or special.

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19219 56 Ave Surrey

604-576-7770

19219 56 Ave Surrey

(at the Ramada Inn)

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The Thursday May 29, 2014 edition of the Cloverdale Reporter newspaper.

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