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CALENDAR EVENTS HOMINUM MEETS Hominum Fraser Valley Chapter is an informal discussion and support group to help gay, bisexual and questioning men with the challenges of being married, separated or single. Our next meeting is Friday, Sept. 30. For more info and meeting location, call Art at 604-462-9813 or Don at 604-329-9760.
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OLD TIME DANCE Hosted by the Surrey Old Time Fiddlers, Thursday, Oct. 6 at Clayton Hall, 18513 70 Avenue (1/2 block north of Fraser Hwy on 184 St.) from 7:30-10:30 p.m. Admission $3. For more information, call 604-576-1066 or 538-3363. SURREY ROCKHOUNDS SHOW AND SALE October 15 and 16 at Sullivan Hall, 6302 152 Street, Surrey. From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days. Dealers, demonstrations, club exhibits and sales, silent auction, spin and win, children’s corner, hourly prize draw and more. Admission by donation. SURREY: THEN AND NOW See how much Surrey has changed and what remains the same in this visually stunning presentation comparing archival photos with modern images of Surrey. Saturday, Oct. 15 from 11 a.m. to noon. To register, call the Surrey Museum at 604-592-6956. POLIO SUPPORT GROUP The scourge of folks usually in their later years. Post Polio Awareness and Support Society (PPASS) offers encouragement to survivors of this disease. Next meeting: Saturday, Oct. 15 at ABC Restaurant, Fleetwood, from 10 a.m. to noon. Foot, shoes and walking issues with G.F. Strong rehab expert will answer questions. No charge to attend. Call Bob at 604-576-5614 for more information. CLOVERDALE BLOCK WATCH 25TH ANNIVERSARY Help us celebrate the Surrey RCMP’s 25th anniversary of the Block Watch Program, Saturday, Oct. 15 (from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.) at Clayton Hall, 18513 70 Avenue. BBQ, cake, coffee and treats. Children’s activities. Meet with local dignitaries, service groups, businesses and block watches. Learn how to put on the ultimate Block Watch party. For more information, call 604-502-6265. ROYAL METAL Join railway historian and author Barrie Sanford as he reveals the history and signiﬁcance of the 1904 New Westminster Rail Bridge. Saturday, Oct. 22. from 11 a.m. to noon. Register by calling the Surrey Museum at 604-592-6956. ANNOUNCEMENTS DOES YOUR CHILD (GRADE 2-4) NEED PRACTICE READING? Sign them up for the Coast Capital Reading Buddies program at the Cloverdale Library, Tuesdays from 4-5 p.m., from Oct. 18 to Nov. 22. Your child can improve her/his reading skills in a safe, non-threatening environment. It’s free. High school students offer their time and expertise by ‘buddying up’ with a child to enjoy reading together. To register or for more info, call Lucy Zhang at 604-598-7326. Details at www. surreylibraries.ca. Be a Heritage School Program Volunteer Are you interested in history? Do you like working with children? The Surrey Museum needs volunteers to lead programs for elementary students on Surrey’s history and First Nations culture. Full training provided. Orientation is in September and October. For more info, please call 604-502-6461.
Members of the Red Hat Society – dressed in trademark purple and red – share a laugh as they wait in line for a ride around the race track at Fraser Downs at last weekend’s harness racing open house.
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Do you think it’s a sign? The young man wandered into the Cloverdale Reporter office late one recent afternoon, looking a little lost. He’d tentatively approached our front door, then turned around, only to return a few moments later. “Can we help you?” We asked. In halting English (was his accent French? Possibly Spanish?), he said he was looking for The Sign. The Smallville Sign. The long-running TV show about the early days of Clark Kent, before he became Superman, was once synonymous with Cloverdale, which stood in for the budding superhero’s home town when the series filmed on location. The folksy phrase Home of Smallville was proudly emblazoned on “Destination Cloverdale” towers welcoming visitors to the historic town centre at 176 Street and Highway 10 and at 58A Avenue. But they were taken down about two and a half years ago, when 176 Street was revitalized with heritage lamp posts and other beautification projects. The series – which wrapped up its final season earlier this year – hadn’t filmed here since 2006. They used a Burnaby backlot instead. The young man’s leather backpack was covered in flags and emblems from all over the world – travel souvenirs, presumably. He also clutched a stack of printouts from various fan websites, complete with photos of The Sign. “It’s gone,” we told him. “They took it down.”
rating the show with a plaque or sidewalk marker in Cloverdale. Looking into the eyes of Smallville fans, it still seems like a good idea.
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His hopeful eyes clouded with disappointment. So we directed him towards another Smallville landmark that’s still around – the Clova Cinema, which stood in for the TV show’s Talon theatre. The Clova? Oh, he’d already seen it, he smiled, nodding. He thanked us and we sent him on his way. Last month, we had another young Smallville fan drop by the office wondering – hoping – to take a photo of the sign. She and her dad had come all the way from Ontario and were mighty disappointed to learn it’s no longer on view. It’s clear Smallville, once Cloverdale’s top tourist draw, continues to win over new fans – folks who are willing to travel across the country, or the world, on a pilgrimage to the real town that played such an important role in their beloved show. A while back there was talk of commemo-
The new owners of the Red Barn in Cloverdale have given the heritage buildings a new coat of paint, in a different colour – brown. Readers weighed in on our Facebook page. “It looks modern, but I think the red made it stand out and was more memorable,” said Reporter reader Kristy Hill. “I also liked the red barn,” added Marilyn Guthrie. Others were more receptive. “Hm, we could get used to that!” piped in Jonas Lee Photography. “It looks really nice,” added Chris Vanderstoep, who admitted the trademark red will be missed. When told that a store that sells modern furniture has moved into the familiar Highway 10 and 176 Street corner location – former home of Cloverdale’s now defunct Red Barn Antiques for more than 40 years – Kathleen Kuryliw said she promised to check it out. “Will miss the red yet,” she added. Jo-Anne Maynes was glad to see a new business coming to town, but also admitted to feeling a little sad to see the red go. “Looks fresh, however, guess we can’t call it the Red Barn anymore.”
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From Starbucks to literary stardom In 1993 writers slouched over a pedestal table in Cloverdale Starbucks hashing over the pros and cons of producing a writers’ conference. Could we afford it? No. Would anyone come? Well, we would! Who would present the workshops and lone keynote? What would we charge? Was Surrey ready for this? We laughed. You bet! Spearheaded by indefatigable author Ed Grif-
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There’s an entertaining video from the event posted to YouTube documenting the efforts of various customers and friends – and yep, they’re all guys – trying their best to defeat the five-pound black bean and cheese burrito, the equivalent of five Mondo Burritos in one “humongaloid” burrito, according to one May 5 participant. If you can eat it in half an hour, it’s free. “I’m dying. Absolutely dying,” groaned another participant, who struggled to clean his plate at the 26-minute-mark. “It was delicious at first, but you go into it, and it’s just bad,” commented another. “This was nothing short of an epic disaster,” declared another man, defeated by the five-pound monstrosity. – Cloverdale Reporter
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Q: I’ve battled headaches and a sore jaw for years....last year, I had all my teeth crowned and my new bite created by a Neuromuscular Dentist....and guess what, no more pain!...my question is why aren’t ALL Dentists trained in Neuromuscular Dentistry? A: Great question and as Neuromuscular Dentists ourselves we often wonder this same thing... but, the truth is that there are many different philosophies in the ﬁeld of Dentistry for the treatment of TMJ Arthralgia and Dysfunction.... NMD is only one of these philosophies.... and different Dentists have been trained and have adopted different philosophies and treatment regimens – this is why not all Dentists are trained in Neuromuscular Dentistry. Neuromuscular dentistry (NMD) is a dental treatment philosophy in which temporomandibular joints, teeth, muscles, bone and nerves are all considered as parts of the Stomatognathic system. NMD is a treatment modality of Dentistry that focuses on correcting “misalignment” of the jaw centered around the temporomandibular joints (TMJ). NMD acknowledges there are multiple signs and symptoms related to postural problems involving the lower jaw and cervical neck region. NMD recognizes that misalignment problems can be corrected by understanding the relationships between the tissues of the Stomatognathic system. NMD uses objective data to
aid in the understanding of how the bite is affecting these misalignment problems. Neuromuscular dentistry uses computerized instrumentation to measure jaw function, muscle activity and temporomandibular joint sounds to help identify joint derangements. TENS machines are used to de-program pathological muscle function and aid in determining a physiological (healthy) jaw position. Once a physiologic jaw position is found, an orthotic is used to hold this new position which is worn for 3–6 months (24 hours per day). There is a high degree of success with this type of Neuromuscular orthotic and once symptoms have resolved the patient can choose to wean off of the orthotic or move forward with a Phase Two treatment that will support stable, long term health. Phase two treatments options include; an overlay partial denture, orthodontic treatment, dental restorations/ crowns, or an orthodontic/restorative combination. Dr’s Hill and Willoughby have trained extensively in Neuromuscular Dentistry at the world reknowned Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies and are available for further consultation if you or a family member suffer from any of the above signs or symptoms.
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Dr. Andrew Willoughby holds 4 US Dental Implant Patents and successfully licensed his technology to a international dental implant manufacturer in 2002. Dr. Steven Hill holds his Fellowhip in Neuromuscular Dentistry and has taken extensive training in Neuromuscular Orthodontics.
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Come out and have a SPOOK-TACULAR good time this Halloween! Bring your little Monsters out to â€œThe Cloverdale Costume Paradeâ€? on Saturday October 29th 2011 starting at 1pm-3pm. The parade begins at 2pm, but get to the Surrey Museum Plaza early to register your little Goblins.
This free supervised costume parade is the event of the season. With more than 500 participants last year, the Parade was a huge success. Be sure to visit the Museum after the parade and be entered to win great prizes in
the random draw. There is no admission charge for those in costume. Also, donâ€™t miss out on the â€œPumpkin Powerâ€? event at the Surrey Museum. Participants carve a takehome Jack Oâ€™Lantern and
taste some yummy pie! It is a drop-in event by donation from 1-3pm Saturday October 29th. October is a great month to head out and get involved in your local community!
MONTHLY Calendar of Events - October 2011 Sunday, October 2 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM Blood Donor Clinic Sacred Blood Catholic Parish 17475 - 59 Avenue This will be a mobile clinic. For more information call 604-707-3400 Saturday, October 8 10:30 AM - 1:00 PM Releaf Community Planting Claude Harvey Park 5780 - 182 Street Donâ€™t miss this chance to get outside, enhance wildlife habitat, and improve your community park. All equipment is provided. Drop in with your family for this free
Monday, October 17 7:00 - 9:00 PM Careful Choices Bethshan Gardens 17528 - 59 Avenue Experts discuss 55+ ďŹ nances, health and housing options. Make informed choices for yourself and aging parents. For more information call Dianne at 604-530-0433
176 Street & 60 Avenue Shoppers: Please arrive by 9:00 AM ready to shop, we have our standard early bird at 9:00 AM for $5.00. After you have paid you have the choice on which building you want to start your shopping spree at ďŹ rst! Concession is available from 8:30 AM to Noon. Coffee to hotdogs to yummy fries! For more information e-mail Susan at kidswapmeets@ hotmail.com
Saturday, October 22 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Kids Swap Meet Cloverdale Fairgrounds
Saturday, October 29 12:00 - 2:00 PM Pumpkin Power Surrey Museum
planting event. For more information call 604-502-6065
17710 - 56A Avenue Like pumpkins? Design your own take-home Jack Oâ€™Lantern, do crafts, and taste some pie while watching the Cloverdale Halloween Costume Parade. For more information call 604-592-6956 Saturday, October 29 2:00 PM Cloverdale Halloween Costume Parade Surrey Museum Plaza 17710 - 56A Avenue Free registration starts at 1:30 PM. For more information call 604-576-3155
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