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SEASON TO SING — The Blossom Valley Singers hosted their annual Christmas concert on the weekend at Prince Charles Theatre. The two performances included special guests, including the Prince Charles Secondary School choir, the Creston Children’s Choir and Key of She. For more photos, see page 11 — and for still more, visit crestonvalleyadvance.ca or facebook.com/cvadvance.

Child artists signing Oodles of Doodles BY LORNE ECKERSLEY Advance Staff

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Wolf concert

From page 1 Bringing together members of his family is Wolf’s chance to see his kids and help show off the many talents of his children. And his mother. “Every year for as long as I can remember we’ve put on shows in our living room,” he laughed. “I thought, ‘Why keep this just for ourselves?’ ” So, on Dec. 28, Prince Charles Theatre will play host to three generations of the Wolf family. “The kids are all professional players and singers,” he said. “It seems like a shame to keep all this talent in our living room.” Wolf’s two sons, Kyle and Shade, are winding down after a second successful cross-Canada tour with their band, Hard Honey. “Hard Honey has just released a single that’s getting lots of radio play,” Wolf said. “The group is now working on a video and their album is being produced by a Juno award winner.” Joining Lorn’s boys will be Kyle’s girlfriend, Sara Jane, a runway model who has a contract with Holt Renfrew. “She’s a popular Sunshine Girl and she’s a terrific singer, too,” he said. Rounding out the family’s youth contingent is Lorn’s daughter, Zarria Storm, who is taking advantage of the holiday season to take a break from her athletic activities. She is a track and field star who holds two Canadian records in the heptathlon (100-metre hurdles, high jump, shot put, 200 metre, long jump, javelin throw and 800-metre race) and is attending Sacramento State University on an athletic scholarship. “She represented Canada in the Pan Am Games and recently won gold in the Western Canada track and field championships. Now, she

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has just been added to the Canadian Olympic development team. “And she sings like a bird,” the proud father added. Helping to provide some age balance to the concert will be Lorn’s mom, Joyce McKearney, who makes her home in Creston. “She taught me my first chords on the guitar,” he said. Joyce was also her son’s spark for his love of fantasy writing, telling him bedtime stories that she made up as she went along. The Lorn Wolf Family Christmas Concert will feature a wide range of music. “We will be playing the 12 best Christmas songs of all time (in his opinion),” he laughed. “There will be some original Christmas music, too, and rock and roll and country music.” Wolf, who has become a popular fixture at the Creston Valley Farmers’ Market, is also fitting in a book signing event on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. at Black Bear Books. Writing is well underway for the sequel to The Woodcutter. “I’m writing at double time,” he said. “It’s going fast because it’s all written in my mind. I just have to get it down on paper.” Tickets for the Dec. 28 concert are selling well, he said. They are available at Black Bear Books and Kingfisher Used Books and, at what just might be a first for Creston, VIP tickets are also available. “VIP tickets include a copy of The Woodcutter or my CDs, and preferred front row seating,” he said. Concert tickets are $20 and VIP tickets are $50. “There is going to be so much talent on the stage,” he said. “People are going to get their money’s worth.”

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(From left) Creston-Kootenay Foundation chair Larry Brierley accepts a $140,000 bequest from Dorothy McEachern’s close friends, Alex (also her will’s executor) and Nicole Nilsson, and Colin Sharp, husband of McEachern’s niece, Mary-Lou.

Bequest gives CKF $140,000 BY BRIAN LAWRENCE Advance Editor

The Creston Kootenay Foundation’s Quality of Life for Seniors Fund is $140,000 richer, thanks to a bequest by Dorothy McEachern. Combined with that donation, McEachern, who died June 6 at 97, has contributed nearly $300,000 to Creston Valley organizations, helping with the Irvine House women’s shelter, Creston Valley Hospice Society, the Therapeutic Activation Program for Seniors and the Creston and District Society for Community Living’s Therapeutic Riding Program. Her decision to leave the money

Art book From page 1 “I encouraged them to think outside the box and to scribble outside the lines. I'm pretty sure their parents were wondering what the heck I was up to and questioned whether or not this book was going to come together in the end!” The book did come together, though, with the generous support of the Creston and District Credit Union, which paid for the production costs. That support means that all proceeds from the book’s sales go

to the Creston-Kootenay Foundation (CKF) grew out of a dilemma that faces many seniors. “Often, they don’t know where to put it,” said Alex Nilsson, executor of McEachern’s will. She was born in Saskatchewan, became a schoolteacher, and then married a minister and lived all over Canada. After contacting the CKF in 2005, she began contributing with a $75,000 donation to the Palliative Care Fund (now the Quality of Life for Seniors Fund). “Her interest and concern for people was impressive and refreshing,” said CKF chair Larry Brierley. The foundation invests funds and

donates interest generated to Creston Valley non-profits and charities. “Our goal is to have assets under our management of over $1 million,” said Brierley. “This moves us closer to that goal.” The donation to the CKF was encouraged by her niece, Mary-Lou, and Mary-Lou’s husband, Colin, both active volunteers in the community, who realized that having her funds overseen by the CKF would provide more help to the community than a onetime donation of $140,000 to specific groups. “This still accomplishes what she wanted to do to provide for the needs of people,” said Colin.

directly into a scholarship fund for Art Classes for Kids to sponsor classes for children who don’t have the financial resources to attend. “The book's purpose is to inspire creativity,” Dyer explained. “It's chock full of creativity exercises and challenges. Did you know that creativity promotes independence, communication, courage, and selfesteem?” Designed for use by children from seven to 12, Oodles of Doodles makes a great stocking stuffer that will help bring out the creativity in any child. And wouldn’t it be even more inspiring for the young artist on your Christmas list to see that it

has been signed by the kids who helped create it? Dyer and students Alisha Ramsay, Jesika and Elizabeth Troughton, Erika and Olivia Wiklund, Emily Wierenga, Keiryn and Kienna Dyer, Katie Foy and Sophie Casemore will be at Creston Card and Stationery on Saturday from 1-2:30 p.m. They will be signing books and helping to raise funds, too. “The kids who created this book got to learn all about other kids in need and how the scholarship fund works,” Dyer said. “They were thrilled to contribute if it meant that they would improve the lives of their peers.”

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Unlocked vehicles lead to unexpected visitors BY LORNE ECKERSLEY Advance Staff

Creston RCMP responded to 46 calls for service from Dec. 5-11, spokesperson Theresa Vanderberg said on Monday. December 5 •A minor collision at Cook Street and 15th Avenue North resulted in no injuries and damages of under $1,000. •An unlocked vehicle parked on Devon Street was rummaged through, but nothing was stolen. •An unlocked vehicle parked on 19th Avenue North was rummaged through and coins were stolen.

•Police received an anonymous tip about possible drug trafficking in Crawford Bay but the information was insufficient to warrant an investigation. •A male wearing black jeans, a black jacket and white hoodie was reported as having possibly crossed illegally into Canada near Wellspring Road. •Police received an anonymous report of a male possibly driving without insurance in Erickon. •A Creston male could face charges of breaching his court conditions after police responded to an anonymous tip and learned he was not in his residence when his cur-

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few was in effect. December 6 •Police were unable to locate the source of an abandoned 911 call. •Police assisted Creston Fire and Rescue in controlling traffic while a fire at an Erickson Road location was being fought. •A report of a possibly impaired driver 10 kilometres east on Highway 3 was referred to Cranbrook when local police were unable to locate the vehicle. •A male was arrested for breaching no-contact court conditions and transferred to Kamloops, where he has a Dec. 20 court appearance. December 7 •A warning letter has been sent to the owner of a vehicle that was reported to have passed a school bus displaying Stop signs at Devon Street and Northwest Boulevard.

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December 8 •Another well-being check, this time on Cook Street, revealed the male in question to be OK. •Police are investigating an alleged breach of court conditions by a male in West Creston. •Mischief was done to mailboxes on Arrow Creek Road East at Highway 3. •A reported prowler in an Elm Street garage was not located. December 9 •Police are investigating an alleged theft of property from a 33rd Avenue North yard. •Participants in a dispute on Hurry Road in which there was a physical altercation and damage to the front door would not co-operate with a police investigation. •A person complaining about a barking dog on Regina Street was referred to the Town of Creston bylaw department. •A male reported from Railway Avenue in Yahk that he was accosted by two males in hoodies who had been consuming alcohol. •A party involving youths at a Sixth Avenue North residence was shut down after a noise complaint. •Youths gathered on the railway tracks near Seventh Avenue North were told to move along as they were in contravention of the Railway Act. December 10 •A male driver who rolled his vehicle at Highway 21 and Cedar Street at 3 a.m. was issued a three-day immediate roadside driving prohibition. •Two intoxicated males who weee in a fight on Seventh Avenue North were arrested and held in police cells, then released when sober. •Police are investigating an accident where a driver missed the turn at Northwest Boulevard at Devon Street and ended up on the railway tracks. •Police were unable to locate a possibly impaired driver on Johnson Road. December 11 •A male driver was issued a three-day driving prohibition after police patrols noticed him driving erratically at Cedar Street and 16th Avenue South. •Several intoxicated persons were dispersed on 11th Avenue South after police received a noise complaint.

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•A suspicious vehicle and person were reported to have entered a driveway in the 800 block of Highway 21. Police patrols were unable to locate the subject. •A female visited the police station to get information about peace bonds and restraining orders. •Police are investigating an alleged assault with a weapon causing bodily harm on Highway 3A. The perpetrator and victim are both males. •A complaint was made about damage to a fence at a Settlement Road residence. •Mailboxes were knocked over on Pine Street and Birch Street at 20th Avenue. •When police conducted a well-being check on an elderly male on 19th Avenue South they found him to be in difficulty and he was taken to hospital.

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Area B director John Kettle was returned unopposed Dec. 8 for a second one-year term as chair of the Regional District of Central Kootenay. Kettle said the board faces a “challenging year” in which it will have to “focus fundamentally on core services and watch what we’re doing financially.” He added he was pleased to announce that provincial approval for their resource recovery plan is imminent. “The letter is coming,” he said and expressed “sincere thanks” to staff. Portions of the $14 million plan, unveiled last year, have already been implemented. It called for a complete overhaul of how the regional district handles waste, including moving the transfer station off the Nelson waterfront and implementing a more efficient pick-up system. The five-year plan is expected to pay for itself through reduced operating costs. The new board — which only has two new faces, in Area I director Andy Davidoff and Silverton director Leah Main — was sworn in by retired judge Stewart Enderton, the RDCK’s solicitor until his appointment to the bench in 1982.

Enderton recalled that in the regional district’s early days, administrator Gene Bodard worked half-time for $300 per month. “We’re trying to get back there,” Kettle quipped.

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I was looking forward to writing an overdue column about how ridiculous the recently passed omnibus crime bill is, considering that the violent crime rate in Canada has been dropping for many years and that the policy of jailing huge numbers of people has been discredited by judges and legislators in, of all places, Texas. I also wanted to comment on what a knob the prime minister is for committing more than $50 billion to buy fighter jets and build ships, including some to be used for “defence� purposes, when he constantly preaches the need for fiscal restraint. And I also wanted to point out how absurd it seemed to me when the judge ruling on the legality of polygamy laws stated that women and children in polygamous relationships are more subject to harm than those who aren’t. He failed to note that women and children who reside with an adult male are also very likely, statistically, to be put in harm’s way more than when there is no male in the picture. It’s easy to find topics to grump about. But then on Sunday afternoon, Angela and I attended the Blossom Valley Singers concert, Singing (in the) Christmas Tree(s). My enthusiasm for political and judicial topics dropped like a rock. For years we have attended the Singing Christmas Tree concerts presented in the United Church, enjoying each one. But this presentation, moved by necessity to Prince Charles Theatre, was, without the slightest exaggeration, spectacular. As I left the building I commented to others that I felt like I’d been watching a PBS Christmas special.

The quality we witnessed was what one might expect from a large city production. In past years, we enjoyed the Blossom Valley Singers, who per-

Transitions from one configuration of performers to another were smooth, MC Marilin Grahn was masterful and every aspect of the production was a delight to ears and eyes. A huge amount of credit goes to conductors Anita Stushnoff and Brooke Douma, and to Dixie Lee Dyck, who added some keyboard sounds. The work that the performers and behind the scenes folks put into this production was extraordiLorne Eckersley nary. And I kept thinking about how, musically (and in formed after climbing into an amazso many other ways), Creston now ing tree structure to perform. It was has reached a critical mass of talent a time-consuming effort to get that helps bring out the best in everyone in place, though, and the everyone. When a singing group is restricted space in the church made comprised of a few strong singers the logistics of moving performers and a majority of good ones, the in and out a challenge. And, of effect is generally pleasing. But course, the number of singers in the when strong singers are in the chorus was restricted to what the majority, the others gain in confitree could hold. dence and the result is a tremendous Moving to the larger facility jump in quality. meant a completely new stage The selection of numbers for this design, and credit was given to seasonal concert was unwaveringly Roxie Schmalz for bringing her wonderful. And, if I hadn’t already vision to reality. The combination been blown away by the quality of of lighted and unlighted trees the voices throughout the concert, I made for a beautiful and elegant might still have been nervous when set and the addition of Nadine the first chords of the Hallelujah Riehl’s banners on each side added chorus were played. The Handel work is among my very favourite to the overall effect. Perhaps best musical pieces and it is not to be of all, the more than 50 voices of sung by the faint of heart. But as the the Blossom Valley Singers were piece built to its climax and with the supplemented by Key of She (11 audience on its feet, I felt shivers of singers), the Creston Children’s electricity running up and down my Choir (about 20 singers) and the spine and I was completely drawn Prince Charles Secondary School into a perfect, frozen moment in Choir (16 singers). Adding to the time. I didn’t want the Hallelujah musical dimension were pianist chorus, or the entire concert, for that Monte Anderson, the Kokanee matter, to end. Not ever. Brass, three flautists, guitar by Lorne Eckersley is the publisher of Erwin Buchholz and even some the Creston Valley Advance. drum work.

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Give by shopping locally

If you haven’t seen him shopping from 1980 alone, never mind a hunaround town for all his holiday dred years ago. Our food system is needs, then you can catch him on a major contributor to climate Twitter and Facebook. I’m talking change and we have an easy soluabout none other than my good tion right here in the Creston Valley. “friend� Cresto Gnome. Originally hailing from the second shelf from the top at Cresteramics, Cresto is helping me spread the word about buying local this holiday season. After reading in my report, Kootenay Lake Regional Food Systems, that education is needed for supMichelle Mungall porting local agriculture, Cresto followed the footsteps of his mentors, the gnomes in So not only can you reduce your the movie Amelie and Travelocity impact on climate change by shopads, and is out and about in the ping for gifts at local stores, but you Creston Valley. can make a difference by cooking The list of benefits of buying local up a holiday feast from some of the is long. When we keep our dollars best food grown in the world, right local, we support our neighbours’ here in the Kootenays. Plus, less businesses and their livelihoods. travelled food is more nutritious When our neighbours do well, our and tastes better. communities are vibrant and enjoyYet, it is important that government able places to live. doesn’t just leave buying local up to Buying local also reduces our individuals. After all, if we say, “Buy impact on climate change. Less trav- B.C. products,� shouldn’t government, elling to shop results in less green- as the public’s institutions, buy B.C. house gas emissions. This is most too? That’s what we think in the NDP. felt when we buy local food. The As we prepare for the next elecaverage ingredient in a meal travels tion in 2013, we’re developing poliover 2,500 kilometres before it hits cies that will promote B.C. markets the table — a 25 per cent increase for B.C. products. One way in which

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we can have a big impact on health, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and supporting farmers is a buy local policy for public institutions like hospitals. Imagine: Instead of food supplied from goodness knows where via the multinational corporation Sysco, the Creston Valley Hospital would serve its patients food grown just a few kilometres away. It’s not just a dream, it is a real action that our provincial government can choose to take, and will take if Adrian Dix is the next premier. This holiday season, give to your community by shopping local. Whether it’s for the turkey and mashed potatoes, toques and mittens, or something sparkly, keeping dollars close to home makes the world a better place. Just ask the travelling Cresto Gnome. Go to the events section of my website, www.michellemungall.ca, to learn more about Cresto and how you can follow his travels on Twitter and Facebook. Happy holidays and all the best in 2012! Michelle Mungall is the member of the legislative assembly for the NelsonCreston provincial riding, and is the Opposition critic for advanced education, youth and labour market development.


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All should shop locally

To the Editor: (Re: “Creston a great place to shop”, Dec. 1 Advance, page 7) If you have not yet read Ann Day’s column in the Dec. 1 issue, please do. Sure, I know there are bargains and savings to be made if one treks off to Wal-Mart in Cranbrook, or to Bonners Ferry or Coeur d’Alene. And I also know that every penny spent out of the Creston district is a penny lost to our own merchants and businessmen, and in time, a loss to all of us, directly or indirectly. Just take a walk down our main street and count the number of vacant shops. It is alarming! To quote Ann Day, “Local businesses are the bones of community and part of how Creston’s identity and uniqueness is maintained. … Consider supporting your neighbours with your spending this year and not some head office in Toronto or New York.” Excellent advice — let’s not be penny wise and pound foolish. The town crew has done a beautiful job of decorating the town for the Christmas season — it is a treat to drive around and admire the lights and decorations, truly attractive and festive. Babs Jones Creston

One per cent won election

To the Editor: Lorne Eckersley is being disingenuous when he suggests that Joe Snopek “maybe ... didn’t really want the mayor’s job.” Easy to prognosticate after the fact (where were Lorne’s opinions before the election?) but it is stretching credibility to suggest that someone who has served as mayor in addition to several years as councillor (12 years in all), paid his deposit, and mounted a campaign, would throw his hat in the ring without serious intention. He then goes on to say that Toyota “campaigned as though he was supporting someone else.” Did he not

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want to win either? What is this supposed to mean? That he who did not want to win the most would win? Lorne suggests that Joe should not have said that he did not belong to a service club and then twists this into a suggestion of non-participation, which in Joe’s case, is a non-issue. In case Lorne didn’t get it, Joe was indicating that he represented all of the people, not just those who belonged to exclusive “vested interest” service clubs. Eckersley’s following notations about the many mayors who belonged to these clubs indicate exactly that Creston municipal politics has been locked in the grip of the business elite, and there are few councillors who are not aligned to a self-serving agenda. Pure altruism, I don’t realistically think. I know of journalists who do not vote because they feel it would taint their objectivity, and I know of others who trumpet their preferences before an election. Mr. Eckersley appears to be content with expressing his approbation of the status quo after the fact, a rather lame academic exercise. Yes, Joe’s profile was not as eyecatching as the six-foot signs of the opposition, but could this have something to do with resources rather than lack of civic interest? And has anyone besides me wondered why municipal politics seem to be exempt from guidelines applied to provincial and federal politics, guidelines such as clear cut and published campaign expenses and sources, transparent conflict of interest guidelines that prevent elected officials from being in a position to benefit from municipal decisions, guidelines preventing councillors from engaging in commerce with developments within city limits? A following column by Peter Hepher “Voters, leaders must support change”, Nov. 24 Advance) explained this far more eloquently that I can, or for that matter, Lorne Eckersley. Joe did not lose the election because of lack of civic interest. He, like anyone in the forums who expressed a broad based community concern not conforming to establishment views, had little chance of winning. They, like “your ordinary Joe” were members of the 99 per cent, and, predictably, the one per cent won. Larry A. Ewashen Creston

Other issues need fixing To the Editor: I applaud the ruling by the B.C. Supreme Court on upholding the ban on polygamy; however, I do not see how the continuing harassment of the fundamentalist Mormon community serves the cause of justice. By all means, all persons have the right of protection under the law, and all should live without fear of sexual, physical and emotional abuse. No person should be forced to marry against their will and none should be forced into a marriage-like relationship below the age of consent. No person under the age of 16 is capable of giving consent to marriage or to agree to transportation to a different country without a parent or guardian. Any person who is a member of a community such as Bountiful who desires to leave of their own free will should be provided with social services to help them adapt to a life outside the community. As in the separation of any marriage or divorce, the law should protect the assets of the partners, legally married or not. Child labour laws, worker safety and rights should be protected. The Bountiful community has been in the Creston Valley for a long time. They are not newcomers to the valley. In general, they are law abiding citizens: I do not see them drunk in public, I do not see them causing public disturbances, they do not appear to have domestic disputes requiring the services of the RCMP, and the children appear to be happy, well fed and kept neat and clean. There is no barbed wire or walls around Bountiful. I see many successful businesses operated by these people, and they offer services to the community and spend money in local businesses. I see them as a valuable asset to our community. Their beliefs are different than ours but no more bizarre than some of our respected Christian organizations. They dress different but no more strangely than some members of our community. It is alleged they have multiple wives but many of us have married more than once although we generally discard our previous wives in favour of new relationships. In my opinion, I think we should concentrate on more serious crimes and leave these people alone. See POLYGAMY, page 8

Cardio machines popular at CDCC

Much like your tires, it’s time to rotate our four treadmills in the fitness centre. “But why?” you ask. Interestingly enough, people are drawn to certain treadmills over others even though they are exactly the same model and age. The most popular ones are the outside two, with the southernmost one leading the pack with 6,027 km since we opened in February this year. The total kilometres for all the treadmills for the past 10 months rings in at just over 16,000, and the outermost ones average double the use of the inside two. That’s like running from Creston to Halifax and back twice! As far as the psychology of why people choose certain treadmills over others, we are still doing the investigative journalism. We also have recumbent bikes by the fitness track, which are a stationary bike that you sit comfortably back on. These generate way more kilometres than the treadmills because, obviously, you get where you are going way faster because you are on a bike. Average weekly use

might see 110-160 km on a bike, with one great week ringing in over 2,800 km for both bikes. Fascinatingly enough (assuming you are fascinated or interested in any of this), we had the highest spike immedi-

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ately following Halloween in bike and treadmill usage. My theory is that this is a post-sugar rush reaction of remorseful parents sneaking chocolate bars and candies from their kids Halloween treat bags. Intriguingly enough, we have also found the number of people who are postoperative utilizing our facility has increased — knee, hip, back and heart surgeries, to mention a few. We have

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found they are coming very regularly and are working very hard to ensure a speedy recovery, as well as finding a positive support system with those in the same situation. (It also doesn’t hurt that we have super friendly staff up there…) You should have picked up our new leisure guide from your mailbox this past day or two and the first thing you’ll notice is the new format. Apart from being smaller and more energy efficient, the better paper stock really shows off the photos along with easier-toread fonts. (If I had a nickel every time someone said to me “If only you were from better stock…”) Now we start on the facility guide, which will contain all the regular info for an entire year and then back into the next program guide for the spring. Let us know what you think of the new format, and don’t forget you can also see it online at www.rdck.bc.ca/creston. Neil Ostafichuk is the recreation supervisor at the Creston and District Community Complex.

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DVDs on the way out, but still offered at library

What once was the “staff picks” section of new books shelf is no more. Somewhere along the way, either a patron or a staff member noticed how staff picks were done in other libraries and in some bookstores (or what are left of bookstores) and we found something we like better. Staff members were asked what colour they wanted and then given several sheets of stickers of the identified colour with their name added. I have sheets of beautiful yellow stickers and there are green stickers and blue stickers — any other bright colour we could find. We then went around the library putting our stickers on items we enjoyed and think others may, too. Some items have crossed boundaries and have more than one staff sticker. I think Terry Pratchett would be one of these authors, along with the Doc Martin series of DVDs and Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games series in the young adult section of the library. A notice of the change has been put up where the staff picks were formerly located. I have to admit, I didn’t see it coming, at least not this quickly, but DVDs are on their way out. It was only a week or two ago we heard the only video store left in Kelowna was Leo’s, a small independent and wonderful little outlet far away from the strip malls of the highway. The implications to libraries didn’t really occur to me until today when I heard a news report on NPR’s Morning Edition discussing the changes to YouTube and the rapid growth of new networks using YouTube and other digital platforms. You can now watch movies or, to be more precise, pay to watch movies on YouTube. I have been watching television online for some time now — Rick Mercer Report, The Daily Show and

Big Bang Theory, among others — and understand the shift to digital but what I didn’t foresee, and of course it had to happen, was the inevitability that DVDs will go the way of videos, tapes and, soon, CDs. Everything we have in our DVD collection will be available for view online. What will keep DVDs in our library at least for the next little while is that everything will be available online but for a price. There is also Ann Day a border that exists not only a few miles south, but on our Internet. It is not only unbelievable, it is almost impenetrable. Unless a program or movie is broadcast through a Canadian company and you are on this side of the border, just about everything else is unavailable to us. This is far more an obstacle to us than a price on movies online. In the meantime we will keep purchasing those British series as they become available in Canada and most of the series requests that come in from patrons. On that same note and to end, the Kindle and the newest model, the Kindle Fire are still not Canadian library friendly. Due to licensing, you cannot use the Kindle or the newest Kindle Fire to download an ebook in any library in Canada. Ann Day is the chief librarian at the Creston and District Public Library.

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From page 7 We can choose to prosecute if we keep the ban on polygamy and prevent a more serious threat from other groups such as Muslims and other cultures, where polygamy is just another name for a lifetime of slavery and abuse. We tolerate and protect the rights of homosexuals, we permit polyandry, and have become very liberal with our views on how others should live their lives, I am sure we have room in our society for a few hundred Mormon fundamentalists. These people are our friends and neighbours. Along with the other pioneer families, they built this valley. Before those people in Victoria try to “fix” the problem, perhaps they can do something about the high divorce rate, crime, education, health care, unemployment, drug and alcohol abuse, gambling addiction and other social ills not apparent in Bountiful. I do not see that we are in a position to offer a better way of life and perhaps we can even learn something from them. Stephen Cox Creston

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VALLEYVIEW BAPTIST CHURCH Service - 11 am

234 - 36th Ave. North

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315 - 15th Ave. North

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128 - 10th Ave. North

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306 NW. Blvd

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128 16th Ave N

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CHOO CHOO â&#x20AC;&#x201D; With performances by Valdy, Randall Prescott, the Brothers Dube

and Tracey Brown, the CP Holiday Train stopped in Creston on Monday morning. A few hundred onlookers of all ages stopped by to see the train on its cross-country journey. For more photos, visit crestonvalleyadvance.ca or facebook.com/cvadvance.

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The Creston Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Choir (above), The Prince Charles Secondary School choir (below) and Key of She (bottom) performed in the Blossom Valley Singers annual Christmas concert, held at Prince Charles Theatre and conducted by Anita Stushnoff.

            



     

           

            



   

           



           

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Thunder Cats follow OT loss with two wins “We definitely didn’t come out and play our best game,” said head coach Brent Heaven. “We put 63 shots on net, but came out really flat.” The Rockies scored two goals in the first period before Jesse Collins scored the Thunder Cats’ first. Starting goalie Tyler Moffatt was pulled after the second goal and backup goalie Michael Hails

BY BRIAN LAWRENCE Advance Editor

The Creston Valley Thunder Cats enjoyed two wins on the weekend in games that followed a Dec. 6 overtime loss to the Columbia Valley Rockies, at the bottom of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League’s Eddie Mountain Division.

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went between the pipes for the rest of the game. Things turned around in the second period; by the end of it, a goal by Jesse Gartland and two more from Collins gave the Thunder Cats a 4-2 lead. The third period started off well with a Thunder Cats goal by Jovi Fabbri, following a third Rockies goal, but the Creston defence got lazy. “The defence lacked because the goaltending had been good,” Heaven said. “You can’t blame the goaltenders when the 20-man unit is hanging them out to dry.” Two more third-period Rockies goals tied the game 5-5, and the Rockies scored the game-winner at 3:59 in overtime. On Friday, the Sicamous Eagles visited the

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The children & young people of Redeemer Lutheran Church will present a short play entitled

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5:30pm on December 24, 2011 at the Redeemer Lutheran Church (across from the Hospital)

Meet the prophet Isaiah... join Mary and Joseph, looking for a place to stay... hear the Angel Gabriel giving news to the Shepherds, and see the arrival of the Three Kings. Interspersed with familiar Carols. Suitable for kids of ALL ages!

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Thunder Cats, who were looking for revenge following a Nov. 27 3-1 loss. The Thunder Cats had a strong start, with goals by Darcy Flaherty, Brandon Formosa and Trevor LeBlanc giving them a 3-1 lead by the end of the first period. In the second period, a single Eagles goal was sandwiched between goals by Thunder Cats Scott Swiston and Fabbri (power play), and Formosa and Trevor Hanna scored the game’s final goals in the third period. While Heaven acknowledged the efforts of the game’s scorers, he was also pleased with the work of Collins, who earned the first star position for four assists. “He created so many opportunities offensively for us,” said Heaven. “He made his linemates look really great in that game.” Hails was the game’s third star, after blocking 36 Eagles shots. “He gave us the opportunity to win and that’s what I look for from these guys,” Heaven said. Saturday’s 3-2 win over the Golden Rockets began with a scoreless first period, which Heaven attributed to the five-hour bus ride to Golden. “We came out a little bit flat in first period, but we were able to gets our legs underneath us, especially in the next 40 minutes,” said Heaven. “We had to keep it simple and just play a good road game.” Formosa started the game’s scoring with a goal early in the second period, allowing the Thunder Cats to enter the third period with a 1-0 lead. A power play early in the third period allowed the Rockets to score their first goal, adding their second on a power play with 3:38 left. Heaven chose to pull Hails, an attempt to even the score that paid off. “Dane Birks got a great goal to tie the game for us,” Heaven said. “Getting scored on with four minutes left in game to tie the game can be very defeating and deflating.” Just over two minutes into overtime, a “great end-to-end rush play from Trevor LeBlanc” secured Creston’s win. The Thunder Cats’ four points over the three games brought their total to 35, nine behind the Kimberley Dynamiters and Fernie Ghostriders, currently tied with 44 points. The Golden Rockets are behind the Thunder Cats with 29 points, and the Rockies bring up the rear with five. This weekend, the Thunder Cats host the Dynamiters on Friday, and then visit the Dynamiters on Saturday. “We’re definitely looking to come out and bring out our best effort,” said Heaven. “We’re definitely starting to turn a corner, and hopefully we’re in a position to develop and grow and push for the division on the backside of Christmas break.”

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Early Sunday morning was a rematch of Saturday night’s game of Cranbrook Western Roofing and Cranbrook Dodge, with the winner advancing to the final game. Cranbrook Dodge won 8-3. The second game Sunday morning started the playoff rounds, with the Bruins against the Nitros. The game was all Creston scoring until six minutes left in the third when Kimberley’s Jack Betts scored their only goal. Creston’s scorers were Alex (two), Chloe, Chatwin, Kenton Blackmore and Steed. With a final score of 7-1, Creston advanced to the final. Playing for third and fourth place in the tournament were Western Roofing and the Nitros. Western Roofing’s Derek Riffel was first to score three minutes into the period, and this would be the only goal of the period. Western Roofing started the second period off with a goal, but Kimberley responded with two more to tie it up. Kimberley would then score two more goals with Western Roofing coming back with only one more scored by Tyler Epp with 41 seconds remaining in the second period. Kimberley’s Nolan Somerset scored the only goal in the third period. With a score of 5-3, Kimberley placed third. The final game of the CVMHA peewee tournament was played Sunday afternoon and saw the home team play against Cranbrook Dodge, which was the first to score with an unassisted goal by Dalton Luce. Creston then responded with an unassisted goal by Alex, for a 1-1 tie by the end of the period. The second period was a nail-biter, a real back-and-forth game with both goalies seeing a lot of rubber. Dodge scored three quick goals for a substantial lead. Creston’s Alex and Palmer then scored two to come within a goal of Cranbrook Dodge, for a final score of 4-3. First place went to Cranbrook Dodge. After each game, a Heart and Hustle Award was presented to an outstanding player on each team as voted by the coaches. Winners were: Cranbrook Dodge: Matt Waurynchuck, Tyson Pighin, Cameron Hewison, Justin Wade, Shayden Johnson. Creston Bruins: Vinson Blackmore, Cole Bright, Caytlyn Luke, Alex Blackmore, Chloe Luke. Kimberley Nitros: Blair Shuflita, Jack

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Betts, Wilson Hard, Brendan Bird, Nolan Somerset. Cranbrook Western Roofing: Riley Bailey, Codee Klanjscek, Tyler Epp, Deena Riffel, Quinn Robertson. The CVMHA’s tournament was made possible with the support of players and parents, the Creston and District Community Complex staff and officials, and the donations of local businesses. • Creston’s bantam Bruins got a big win at the Cranbrook Rec Plex against a league rival. With plenty of fans on the big ice, the Bruins put on a good show to take a hard-fought 6-5 win over Cranbrook Players Bench. Goalies and Scott Doeleman and Christopher Mulder played an awesome game. Creston opened the scoring and goals were swapped, with Creston maintaining a one- or two-goal lead. Jayden Gigliotti was playing and passing well. Late in the game, with two minutes remaining, Cranbrook pulled their goalie and the game was Creston’s. Abdul Samai took a shot at the empty net but missed by only feet. The icing brought the puck back to Crestons zone but some great defence kept the puck out of the net, and a win for Creston. Earlier in the day, the Bruins travelled to Sparwood to play Elk Valley. Creston’s Owen Blackmore started the game with a first goal, a breakaway going top-shelf. Kristi Blackmore played some awesome defence by holding her own, and Brendan Christianson was having a great game but was taken into the boards with a hit to the head that ended his weekend hockey. Creston finished the game and the next with three defence, and the team hopes for a speedy recovery for Brendan. Elk valley scored next and was riddled with penalties, leading to a player and the coach being ejected from the game. The Bruins’ Otto Blackmore kept hitting the post more than a few times, but could not get the puck past the Elk Valley goalie, and Elk Valley won 4-1. The previous weekend, the team played the Nelson Leafs. The players played exceptionally well, with some solid defense. They passed the puck well and talked to each other to get an 8-4 win. The Bruins’ next game is in Creston on Dec. 17 at 12:30 p.m. against Kimberley.

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Warm Fuzzies to...

… Frank Goodsir and the Footlighters for a very amusing and enjoyable evening. … Darwin Zander from the Creston Valley Mall for his generous donation of clothing racks to CanyonLister Elementary School. … Larry Rast of Big Rock Simmentals for donating his truck, trailer and time for the PCSS grad float. Thanks for the safe ride! … Lisa and Daryl Browne for organizing the PCSS grad float … All the community members and parents who were panel members for the PCSS Grad transition presentations December 8th. … Our wonderful friends and neighbours on Pine St for being so helpful and thoughtful … The Downtowner again for being so supportive and charitable. … Parents, players, individuals and businesses for all the help and donations towards the PeeWee hockey tournament. … Anonymous Donor for donating the money for the whole Atom B hockey team to get team jackets. They look great! … Lloyd Morris for loaning the greenhouse to PAWS for the Pet Pictures with Santa. … All the awesome PAWS volunteers for caring about animals and helping to look after the shelter residents. … Overwaitea for the donation for the meat draw up the lake. … The Home Support ladies who provided a delightful evening and a fantastic feast. This old one sure appreciates you. … The kind lady who took our lost Sadie to the Vet’s office. We were frantic during her infamous disappearing act, but there were HUGE sighs of relief all around (from Sadie too) when we were reunited. Thank you so much! … Santa for posing with all the great pets at the PAWS photo day! … Montana Cull for taking all the awesome pet pictures with Santa for PAWS. … Esther Walker for the wonderful birthday lunch. Warm Fuzzies may be submitted to: advertising@crestonvalleyadvance.ca or classifieds@crestonvalleyadvance.ca Just A Reminder: A Warm Fuzzy is a way of letting the people of our community know about the random acts of kindness that happen on a daily basis. A Warm Fuzzy will not replace a Thank You ad. Please make sure you include your name and phone number. The Creston Valley Advance retains the right to edit or reject any or all Warm Fuzzies submitted.

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In Loving Memory Of AGNES REID Passed Away December 11, 2011 Age 82 Years Residence Creston A Private Family Memorial Interment Service To take place at a later date

In Loving Memory Of JACK BURDEN Passed Away December 5, 2011 Age 80 Years Residence Creston Memorial Funeral Service Monday, December 12, 2011 At 2:00 p.m. Royal Canadian Legion – Branch # 29 Canon Randy Wood officiating Cremation Friends wishing to make a memorial contribution may do so to the Kidney Foundation of BC 1600 – 6th Ave W, Suite 320, Vancouver, BC V6J 1R3

In Loving Memory Of MABEL KUTRYK Passed Away December 7, 2011 Age 85 Years Residence Creston Memorial Funeral Service To be held at a later date Interment Fort Pitt, Saskatchewan Saturday, December 10, 2011

In Loving Memory Of PHYLLIS EVELYN BATH Passed Away December 11, 2011 Age 89 Years Residence Erickson Private Family Memorial Funeral Service To be held at a later date Friends wishing to make a memorial contribution may do so to the Alzheimer Society of BC – 828 West 8th Ave Vancouver, BC, V6J 1S4

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In Loving Memory Of ARNOLD PETRICH Passed Away December 2, 2011 Age 89 Years Residence Creston A Private Family Celebration of Life Service to be held in the springtime Cremation Friends wishing to make a memorial contribution may do so to the Charity of the donor’s choice In Loving Memory Of ERNEST (ERNIE) RICHTER Passed Away December 8, 2011 Age 83 Years Residence Erickson Memorial Funeral Service Friday December 30, 2011 At 2:00 p.m. United Church Yellow Grass, SK Pastor David Hanes officiating Friends wishing to make a memorial contribution may do so to the Heart & Stroke Foundation 4 – 1551 Sutherland Ave, Kelowna, BC, V1Y 9M9

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In Loving Memory Of JACK EYRE Passed Away December 10, 2011 Age 90 Years Residence Creston Funeral Service Saturday December 17, 2011 At 11:00 a.m. G. F. Oliver Funeral Chapel Pastor Harry Haberstock officiating Interment Forest Lawn Cemetery, Erickson BC Friends wishing to make a memorial contribution may do so to the BC Lung Association Box 34009 Stn. D, Van, BC, V6J 4M2 Canadian Cancer Society – Bambrick & Associates P. O. Box 999, Creston, BC, V0B 1G0 Or to the Charity of the Donor’s choice

Obituaries Ernest Waldemar Richter September 9, 1928 ~ December 8, 2011

Ernest Waldemar Richter passed away on December 8, 2011 in Creston, BC at the age of 83 years. Ernest was born to parents Fred and Lydia Richter on September 9, 1928 in Yellow Grass, SK. In 1951, he married the love of his life, Elsie Dreger. He worked in the oil patch in Alberta until he returned to farming in 1958. Ernest was an active member in the Peace Lutheran Church Council and he was one of the founding shareholders of Weyburn Inland Terminal. He was also a member of various boards including the United Grain Growers, Conservation Development Authority and the Yellow Grass Rink Board and he coached hockey. Ernest and Elsie retired to Creston in 1986 and here he had various interests one being restoring tractors. Ernest was predeceased by his parents Fred and Lydia Richter. He will be lovingly remembered by his wife of 60 years, Elsie Richter; his children Gail (Rick) Murray, Neil (Donette) Richter, Gord (Megan) Richter; grandchildren Eric, Dean (Kim), Lindsay, Krista (Mike), Kimberly, Justin, Jessica, Megan and Kelly; six great-grandchildren Taryn, Rilyn, Jaden, Lawson, Jack and Leo; brothers and sisters Vic (May), Wilbur (Evelyn), Donelda Nicholas, Doris (Bill) Hill, Leonard (Sherry) and numerous nieces and nephews. A Memorial Funeral Service will be held Friday December 30, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. at the United Church in Yellow Grass, Saskatchewan with Pastor David Hanes ofciating. Friends wishing to make a memorial contribution may do so to the Heart & Stroke Foundation of BC, 4 – 1551 Sutherland Ave, Kelowna, BC, V1Y 9M9

Shiv Kumar Kapoor

March 10, 1934 ~ December 8, 2011 Shiv Kapoor passed away at East Kootenay Regional Hospital, Cranbrook, BC, on December 8, 2011 at the age of 77 years. Shiv Kapoor was born in Delhi, India. He was well-known in the Creston community for his decades of service as a teacher, friend and neighbour. He contributed to many charitable causes both near and far. When he wasn't enjoying his bridge club, he was furthering his mastery of chess. He loved Creston and honoured Canada while maintaining strong ties to his motherland of India. He remains the mental and moral compass for his entire family. Survived by his dear wife Sadhna Kapoor; three daughters Updesh, Videsh and Sarah; and grandchildren Meghan, Anjali and Hart. Shiv took great pleasure in feeding people. In your own way, share a meal in his memory.

Albert “Bert” Gregg

Albert “Bert” Gregg passed away peacefully on December 4, 2011, at the age of 87 years. Bert was a WWII Veteran serving with the Royal Canadian Navy and a long time member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 40. He will be sadly missed and lovingly remembered by his wife of 50 years, Clara; children Gordon (Edith) Larsen of Edmonton, AB, Georgina Gregg of Cambridge, ON; numerous grandchildren; three sisters, Margaret, Betty, Lola (Alvin); and one brother Loren (Helen). A family graveside service will be in Creston, BC at a later date. Memorial tributes may be made to the Poppy Fund and Royal Canadian Legion, 502 Martin St, Penticton, BC V2A 5L4 or the Canadian Red Cross, Suite 130-216 Hastings Ave, Penticton, BC V2A 2V6. Condolences may be sent to the family through providencefuneralhomes.com. Providence Funeral Homes Parkview Chapel 250-493-1774

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We would like to express our sincere thanks to everyone for the overwhelming outpouring of compassion, generosity and love after the sudden and unexpected passing of Jim. Thank you so much for all the wonderful flowers, food, cards, help and support. Jim was such a well-known, respected and loved member of the Creston Valley for almost his entire life. We know he is greatly missed, not only by us, his family, but by his many, many friends. He will be in our hearts forever. Jamie, Robbi and Vicki McDonald

Obituaries

Obituaries Jack Alfred Patrick Burden March 17, 1931 ~ December 5, 2011

Jack Alfred Patrick Burden, age 80 years, passed away on December 5, 2011 at Creston, BC, after a lengthy illness. Jack was born to Flora and John Burden on March 17, 1931 at Hastings, Sussex, England and received his education at Kent, England. Jack married Fay Huggett on May 1, 1954 on the Island of Malta, while he was a member of the British Royal Navy, serving for seven years. The couple immigrated to Red Deer, AB in 1964, where he was employed as an electrician. In 1965 they moved to Rossland, BC, where Jack gained employment with Cominco before moving to Elkford, BC, where he was a supervisor for Fording Coal Ltd., before retiring to Creston, BC. Jack was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion and the Kootenay Lake Sailing Association, competing in the Gray Creek Reggatta for many years. Jack enjoyed sailing, which took him to places such as the Virgin Islands, Channel Islands, Flordia Keys and on Kootenay Lake and the West Coast of BC. He was predeceased by his parents Flora Beatrice Burden and John Arthur Burden; father-in-law George Huggett; mother-in-law Eleanor Huggett and brotherin-law Les Cobb. Jack will be dearly missed by his loving wife Fay; son Jonathan (Jane) Burden and family, Holly (Saul) and Aszjeca; daughter Lorraine (Don) Leduc and family, Doug (Val), Michael, Melody, and great-grandchildren Ryan, Annaka, Lorissa, Siarrah and Cara; sister Joan Cobb and nieces Marriane (Steve) and children, and Sandra and children. The Memorial Funeral Service was held on Monday December 12, 2011 at 2:00 pm at the Royal Canadian Legion Br#29, Creston with Canon Randy Wood ofciating. Royal Canadian Legion Veteran Tribute. Friends wishing to make a memorial tribute in Jack’s name may do so to the Kidney Foundation of Canada, BC Branch #200, 4940 Canada Way, Burnaby, BC V5G 4K6

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In Loving Memory Of MARIE TOMPKINS Passed Away December 9, 2011 Age 95 Years Residence Creston Funeral Service Wednesday December 14, 2011 At 1:00 pm Erickson Evangelical Covenant Church Pastor Tom Greentree officiating Interment Forest Lawn Cemetery, Erickson, BC Friends wishing to make a memorial contribution may do so to the Swan Valley Lodge – Equipment Fund PO Box 1880 Creston, BC V0B 1G0 In Loving Memory Of SHIV KUMAR KAPOOR Passed Away December 8, 2011 Age 77 Years Residence Cranbrook, BC Memorial Celebration of Life Service Thursday December 15, 2011 At 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. At the Rotacrest Hall Cremation Shiv took great pleasure in feeding people. In your own way, share a meal in his memory.

Coming Events CRESTON FIELD NATURALISTS Christmas Bird Count Tuesday December 27 8am-4:30pm Interested? Field counters contact: Lorraine Scott 428-7289 Feeder Watchers contact: Catherine Prowse 428-8435

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(5 min. east of Creston) Phone (250)428-7473 or 250-428-0688 ATTENTION RESIDENTIAL School survivors! If you received the CEP (Common Experience Payment), you may be eligible for further Cash Compensation. To see if you qualify, phone toll free 1-877988-1145 now. Free service!

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Wishing you a happy Christmas Season! 3112 - Hwy 3, Creston 250-428-7564 Custom firing Certified instructors Kids’ classes Birthday parties, etc. bunnys@shaw.ca

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Children Childcare Available BREEZE DAY HOME in Creston has just been approved for 7 spots. Special needs and subsidy accepted. Snacks provided. Hours 8-5pm flexible. Rates $25/day. North of the hospital. Emphasis on fun and learning! Call Bree at 250-428-4082

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Obituaries Holly May Ducharme (nee Gaines)

May 3, 1915 ~ November 29, 2011 It is with great sadness that the family announces the passing of Holly May Ducharme on November 29, 2011 at the age of 96 years. Holly May Ducharme (nee Gaines) was born to parents Pheobe and Frank Gaines in Hanley, SK on May 3, 1915. She received her formal education in Hanley, SK. Holly married Joseph Placid (Joe) Ducharme on November 10, 1934 in Medstead, SK and four years later they made their journey to the Creston Valley. While living in Creston in the earlier years, Holly worked in private homes. Then Holly and Joe left Creston for a period of time and lived in Fort Macleod, AB, Salmo, BC, Jaffery, BC, Calgary, AB, and Mountain Shores, BC. She worked as a cook in different restaurants in all of these places except Calgary where she managed an apartment building. In 1981 they made their way back and retired in the Creston Valley. Holly enjoyed her garden until she was no longer able to; she also enjoyed spending time with family and friends, writing letters and keeping in touch with them. She loved reading, playing cards and watching the Calgary Stampede on the television every year. Holly was predeceased in 2009 by her husband of 74 years, Joe Ducharme; grandson David Berg; daughter Mrytle Kovacs; granddaughter Glenda Swietalski (nee Berg); sons Grant Ducharme and Frank Ducharme; grandson Wesley Ducharme; three great-grandchildren Taylor and Lane Ducharme and Cole Berg; three sisters Myrtle Gaines, Iva (Bill) Mather and Fern (Joe) Holms and one brother Glen (Norma) Gaines. She will be lovingly remembered and dearly missed by her three sons Llyod (Jean), Fred (Yvonne) and Larry all of Creston, BC; daughters-in-law Margaret and Luella of Fort Macleod, AB, as well as sixteen grandchildren, thirty-nine great-grandchildren, four great-great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. She was a wonderful, gentle, kind lady, a wonderful mother and mother-in-law who will be greatly missed. A private family Memorial Funeral Service will be held at a later date. Friends wishing to make a memorial contribution may do so to the charity of the donor’s choice.

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Employment Education/Trade Schools Become a Psychiatric Nurse - train locally via distance education, local and/or regional clinical placements and some regional classroom delivery. Wages start at $30.79/hr to $40.42/hr. This 23 month program is recognized by the CRPNBC. Gov’t funding may be available. Toll-free 1-87-STENBERG www.stenbergcollege.com

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Are you thinking of Starting a Business? Community Futures CAN HELP! Contact: Erika Woker Creston Business Councellor 250-254-1967 www.futures.bc.ca CRESTON VALLEY BAKERY is looking for motivated, energetic Front Sales Clerks. No eves, closed Sundays, wage dependant on experience. Full & part-time. Apply within. G Tress Contracting in Golden BC has an immediate opening for a Mechanic/Machine Operator. Offering competitive salary and full benefits. Send resume to gtress@telus.net Fax 250-344-7362 or Call 250-344-0014. LOOKING FOR care worker for Creston area. email resume dsabbey@hotmail.com

Cashiers Wanted - Part-time Primarily responsible for processing customer sales. Must possess excellent customer service skills and be willing to work weekends. Previous experience in retail sales would be considered an asset. Fax resume to 250-428-7718 Attention Shauna

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Are you thinking of Starting a Business? Community Futures CAN HELP! Our programs and services will help you research and write your business plan, manage your business and obtain nancing. If you currently are, or have been on EI, Maternity or Parental Leave, and are still unemployed, ask about our income support program for small business start-ups! Contact: Erika Woker Creston Business Counsellor 250-254-1967 www.futures.bc.ca creston@futures.bc.ca

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HD MECHANICS 3rd or 4th apprentice or Journeyman Heavy Duty Mechanics with their Red Seal and CVIP License to work in Red Deer & Hinton. Please call 250-718-3330 or Fax: 1-888-679-0759 For more information or send your resume & current drivers abstract to: driverclass1@shaw.ca H&R ORCHARDS need five full time 40/hours per week orchard labourers. Creston location. 24/month duration. Summer harvest and orchard maintenance, fall, winter, spring picking up pruned branches, packing orchard ladders, sorting, weighing, packing, loading, unloading, picking, planting and transferring fruit. Cleaning racks, trays, and growing area. No experience required. Punjabi an asset. prevailing SAWP wage (expected $10.25 per hour) ph. 1-250-498-8839 H&R ORCHARDS require orchard labourers and pickers for 2012 season until Nov. 15 2012. Oliver or Creston location. 12 start March 1, 24 start June 1, 125 start July 1, no experience required. 40/hours per week, prevailing SAWP wage (expected $10.25 per hour) ph. 1-250-498-8839 LOGGING TRUCKS - OWNER/OPERATORS WANTED (SHORT & LONG LOGS) Chetwynd BC Very busy logging season ahead Good Rates - Accommodations provided - Health/Dental available Ph: 250-788-6093 Fax: 250788-2848 Attn: DWAN email: lmyoung@pris.ca

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Nechako Northcoast Construction, Terrace, B.C. Has an opening for Senior Road Foreman Highways Maintenance The successful applicant must: -Hold a requisite valid Driver’s License for the equipment normally operated. -Must hold and maintain flagging certification, WHMIS certification and Level 1 First Aid certification. -Must have a good working knowledge of highways maintenance standards. -Must have an awareness of environmental issues as it relates to highways and bridge maintenance. For a complete job Description please log on to our website at www.nechako-northcoast.com Please Fax or email your resume and drivers abstract Debbie Russell, Manager of Human Resource drussell@nechako-northcoast.com Fax: 250-638-8409 Only those short listed will be contacted.

Professional/ Management WELCOME to Geotech Drilling Services Ltd. We’re a team focused on continually implementing the most technologically advanced drilling techniques to increase the efficiency and the accuracy of field data collection. We employ professional, energetic, solution minded individuals that endeavour to consistently exceed our clients’ expectations. We also feature state of the art equipment to facilitate exemplary quality control. Geotech is seeking an hourly Professional Driver with a flexible schedule (i.e., Available on short notice and 24 hrs. / 7 days per week), self–organized, and possesses physical/ mechanical abilities to safely operate a commercial vehicle throughout western and northern Canada, and periodically to the US. Responsibilities: - a Class 1 licence. - 3 - 5 years of on/off highway, low-bed, and allweather experience. - a clean driving abstract. - Mechanical abilities. Passport and eligible to travel to the US. Deadline for consideration is January 6, 2012. Qualified candidates are encouraged to forward their resume and current driver’s abstract to Geotech Drilling’s careers@geotechdrilling.com For more information on our rapidly growing organization, please visit www.geotechdrilling.com. No phone calls please. We thank all that apply; however, only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

FIND EVERYTHING YOU NEED IN THE CLASSIFIEDS Sales SALES PROFESSIONAL - Courtenay, BC Torry and Sons Plumbing & Heating is seeking a full time Sales Professional with 3-5 years of experience with proven success in direct sales. The ideal candidate would have Residential HVAC and Plumbing experience. Responsibilities include building customer relationships, meeting sales targets, educating customers, builders and contractors, and preparing pricing and proposals. For a complete job description and contact info, check out our website at www.torryandsons.com.

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BUSY, well equipped, positive Canadian Tire Service Centre in beautiful Fernie BC is hiring licensed Red Seal AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNICIANS. We offer competitive wages and benefits. Contact Jason Hayes @hayes.cantire@hotmail.com or 250-4234222. HARWOOD FORD Sales, needs Licensed Automotive Technicians, 1 hour from Calgary, Alberta, New Millennium Ford Dealership, state-of-theart technical equipment. 14 service bays, unlimited flat rate hours, in the heart of oil country. Send resume Joel Nichols, Fax 403-362-2921. Email

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INDEPENDENT ELECTRIC & Controls Ltd. Hiring immediately - Western Canada locations: Electrical/Instrumentation; Journeyman/Apprentices. Oilfield/Industrial experience an asset. Standard safety tickets required. Email resume: careers@iecgroup.ca referencing Job#CAJIJE003.

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Healing Arts

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A-1 FURNACE & Air Duct Cleaning. Complete Furnace/Air Duct Systems cleaned & sterilized. Locally owned & operated. 1-800-5650355 (Free estimates)

Sound / DVD / TV ELECTRONIC REPAIRS CALL JACK 250-402-8954 (Creston)

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Alfalfa, alfalfa mix or straight grass (small square bales) in Lister. Call Jay or Trish at 250428-9755 Good QUALITY HAY, for sale no rain $3 & $2.75/bale. Canyon BC. 250-428-5665

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Gordon Hegland

RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL FOR ALL REPAIRS AND SERVICE NEEDS

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Firearms

WANTED: RIFLES, shotguns, restricted weapons, reloading equipment, decoys or any other shooting related items. Fully licensed. Glen 250-428-6750

Food Products BUTCHER SHOP

BC INSPECTED GRADED AA OR BETTER LOCALLY GROWN NATURAL BEEF Hormone Free Grass Fed/Grain Finished $100 Packages Available Quarters/Halves $2.40/lb Hanging Weight Extra Lean Hamburger $3.50/lb TARZWELL FARMS 250-428-4316 Creston

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Misc. for Sale 2NDHAND HEAVEN 910 Pine St. 250-428-2375 Open Mon-Fri 10am-5pm Sat noon - 4:30 pm Furniture, Books, Toys, Christmas Decorations, Tools, Pictures, Bedding, Dishes & MORE!

BIG BUILDING Sale... Clearance sale you don’t want to miss! 20X26 $4995. 25X34 $6460. 30X44 $9640. 40X70 $17,945. 47X90 $22,600. One end included. Pioneer Steel 1800-668-5422. www.pioneersteel.ca. BRAND NEW INVERSION TABLE Ideal for people with back pain Now available at: Kootenay Medical Supplies 1016 Canyon Street, Creston 250-428-8766 CAN’T GET up your stairs? Acorn Stairlifts can help! No obligation consultation. Comprehensive warranty. Can be installed in less than 1 hour. Call now 1-866-981-6591. CAN’T GET Up Your Stairs? Acorn Stairlifts can help. Call Acorn Stairlifts now! Mention this ad & get 10% off your new Stairlift! Call 1-866-981-5990. FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS! Check out our wide selection of handmade crafts & sewing items. Most $10 and under. 1705 Scott St. Dec. 10 &11; 17&18 Only. 10am-4pm IPAD; 1 yr old; restored to factory setting & polished to brand new! 32 GB WiFi; extras; GREAT XMAS GIFT; best offer over $400 wins; call (250) 489-9455. MISC HOUSEHOLD Furniture incl. Living room Suite, Dinning Room Suite, Yamaha Organ, etc. 250 428 0280 MUST SELL 3/4 box spring & mattress set w/frame, $30 obo.46” Panasonic PLASMA TV with 3yr warranty remaining. $400 obo 250-428-4770 Creston

NEW LIFE FURNITURE & RECYCLING Selling Clean, Quality Furnishings & Appliances 250-402-0098 112 NW BLVD ~ Mon-Fri GREAT Inventory: Wood Desks & Dining Sets, Appliances, Sofa Beds, a King Set & MORE! 20-80% off On Select: Sofas, Stoves and Dryers Remember our Recycling Department Taking: TVs, Computers, Batteries & More Looking for Volunteers for our Friday shift. Do you have 2-4 hours to share? Stop in & see us! Funds go to support the programs of KCCS, including the Irvine House & Advocacy Programs.

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Rentals

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Apt/Condo for Rent

Apt/Condo for Rent

PANASONIC KX-T7433C Digital Phone System; complete with 19 handsets. Excellent condition, perfect for start-up office. Will accept best offer. Phone: 604-3631397.

APARTMENTS for rent: Call Michele or Paulette 250-4282562 or 250-428-3096

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1 HECTARE view lot in West Creston, creek, pond, some trees, level driveway, new well & new septic. 250-428-5559

Houses For Sale Christina Lake: 3-bdrm, 3bath, lake view. $374,500. $22,500 down, $867.50 mo mort. assume. 403-710-4349.

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CRESTON 1/BDRM clean & bright, N/S N/P, avail immediately cable incl. unfurnished or furnished $525/mo. + util. 250428-9303

2/BDRM SUITE, available immediately. Responsible, quiet tenants only. 250-428-4918

Complete Automotive Service A/C Repairs & Service

CRESTON 1/BDRM Apt. for rent N/S N/P $575/mo + elec. DD & ref req. Avail Jan 1/12. Phone 250-428-2202

Creston - 1/BDRM LOFT Apartment. Furnished/not furnished W/D F/S. $525/mo. incl. heat, hydro & cable. 250428-0806

Cars/RVs

*except motorcycles

CRESTON 1&2/BDRM Apartments $525 & $625/mo. + elec. N/S N/P 250-254-0840

TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of Walter Weisbrodt, deceased, late of Creston, BC, who died August 23, 2011, must le with the executrix, Donna Munn 310 - 9 Avenue South, Creston, BC V0B 1G3 by January 1, 2012, a full statement of their claims and securities held by them. Application No. PE-105212

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION NOTICE We/I, Ministry of Citizens’ Services - Shared Services BC- Integrated Workplace Solutions, 4000 Seymour Place, Victoria, BC V8W 9Vl intend to submit through our agent BLJC Workplace Solutions Inc. this application to the Director to authorize the discharge of efuent and air emissions from a former Ministry of Transportation highways yard under remediation since 1997 as per a Notication of Independent Remediation June 1997. The source of discharge is a groundwater remediation treatment system. The land upon which the facility will be situated and the discharges will occur is Lot L, District Lot 5021, Kootenay District, Plan 1243, located approximately 1 kIDwest of Crawford Bay on Highway 3A. The maximum rate of efuent discharged from this facility based on the transfer pump specications will be 140 l/min operational 40-90 l/min), while the maximum rate of emissions discharge based on the blower specications is l0m3/min (operational 2m3/ min). The maximum operating period for this facility will be 24 hours/day, 7 days/week. The characteristics of the efuent discharged are as follows: for the following chemical parameters: benzene, ethylbenzene, toluene, xylencs, styrene, VPH, VH, LEPH, EPH, PAHs and Lead, concentrations have been and will be maintained below the most stringent of the Aquatic Life and Drinking Water standards as per Schedule 6 and 10 of the Contaminated Sites Regulation and BC Ambient Water Quality Guidelines. The type of treatment to be applied to the efuent discharge is: a Carbonair Stat-80, 4- tray low prole air stripper and ancillary equipment. The characteristics of the air emissions discharge have been historically maintained to meet the “Draft Air Stripping and Soil Vapour Extraction Operations Regulation, March 1997” as per the Notication of Independent Remediation June 1997 for the following parameters: benzene, ethylbenzene, toluene, xylenes, total BTEX and total VOC. The new standards being proposed for the air emissions are derived from Metro Vancouver for vapour extraction systems and are identical to the historical standards referenced above (see below).. Any person who may be adversely affected by the proposed efuent and air emission discharges of waste and wishes to provide relevant information may, within 30 days after the last date of posting, publishing, service or display, send written comments to the applicant, with a copy to the Manager, Land Remediation Section at P.O. Box 9342, Stn Prov Govt, Victoria, BC, V8W 9MI. The identity of any respondents and the contents of anything submitted in relation to this application will become part of the public record.

Contact person: Philip Lowery

(Signature)

Telephone No.: (604) 419-3812

METRO VANCOUVER AIR STANDARDS SOURCE NAME

CONTAMINANT

STANDARD

Vapour Extraction System

Benzene Total BTEX (Benzene, Toluene, Ethy1benzene, Xylenes) Total Volatile Organic Compounds Benzene Toluene Ethylbenzene Xylenes

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Creston 3/BDRM CONDO, N/P, N/S. $800/mo + Utils. Call Heather at Creston Valley Realty Ltd. 250-428-9040 or go to the office and fill out a rental enquiry form. Creston 55+ BACHELOR suite N/S N/P. Catalpa Apt. $305/mo + Util. & DD. United Church 250-428-4015 or Jan 250-866-5472 CRESTON ATTENTION SENIORS Nikkyl Place Seniors APARTMENTS provides 2 meals a day house keeping, laundry 24/hr. response & reg bus service. Wheelchair access main floor 1/bdrm units $1100/mo 2/bdrm $1200/mo. 250-402-9351 Creston Manor APARTMENTS FOR RENT: #206 - 406 16th Ave N. Large, clean, 2/bdrm, end unit, No pets, adult building. $600/mo. Phone Randal 250-428-3503 Creston NEWER 2/BDRM 3/bath condo. Tenant to be over 55 years of age. Call Michael or Tyler 250-428-2234 Creston SPACIOUS 2/BDRM 55+ 4-plex suite. $625/mo Available now. 250-428-2111 PARKVIEW MANOR 1&2 Bdrm Apts avail now N/S N/P Children ok. 250-428-9560 Creston

Commercial/ Industrial Creston COMMERCIAL BUILDING

3600 sq.ft. of Retail Space

Application for a Permit Under The Provisions of the Environmental Management Act

Dated this 24th day of October, 2011.

Creston 2/BDRM APARTMENT in town $700 a month + utilities Call Heather at Creston Valley Realty Ltd 250-428-9040 or go to the office and fill out a rental enquiry form

Located DOWN TOWN Excellent High Traffic Area Plenty of Parking 250-428-5240

Halls/Auditoriums Canyon Hall

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Halls/Auditoriums

Shared Accommodation

ROTACREST HALL RENTAL Special Occasions/Events Call 250-428-7127 For Information and Booking WEST CRESTON HALL and/or grounds available. Full kitchen facilities. Leona 250-402-6643 Visit www.westcreston.info

Mobile Homes & Pads Creston 2/BDRM MOBILE in a park. N/S, a small dog maybe ok w/ Park approval. $750/mo + utilities. Call Heather at Creston Valley Realty Ltd. 250-428-9040 or fill out a rental enquiry form at the office.

Homes for Rent 1 & 2 BDRM Apts, houses in Creston. For info call 250428-2904, leave message. 2/BDRM HOUSE w/ large finished basement on spectacular lot in south Creston. Looking for mature tenants with verifiable references & employment record. $900/mo + utilities 403-678-6624 Creston 2/BDRM HOUSE for rent. N/S N/P $675/mo + Util + DD refs. req. 250-428-0333. CRESTON 4-BDRM 4-bath executive home in Hawkview. NS. Pet negotiable. $1800-mo. 250-402-0090 Erickson 3/BDRM HOME 4 appl., N/S, pets negotiable. 250-231-5149 or mjdevantier@hotmail.com Erickson- CLEAN 2/BDRM house, carport, F/S, shared laundry, N/P, N/S, cable & util incl. $850/month +DD. 3/BDRM HOUSE, newly renovated, great view, F/S, N/P, N/S, $950/mo, util extra +DD. References required. Phone Bill 250-428-6221 HOUSE for rent in Upper Creston, short walk to downtown, 2 bed, 1 bath, fenced yard + detached studio/workshop. New carpets, paint, windows, washer dryer, N/S, No pets, $750+utilities. 250 2292235 NEWER 3 BDRMS mobile home in upper Kitchener. Incld deck, shed, laundry. Refs req $680.+utils. 604-813-8775 or 250-402-6209. Avail Now.

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UPSTAIRS BEDROOM & own bathroom. Shared Kitchen, Laundry downstairs. Located on 1/2acre w/large yard. $450/mo. 250-428-4233

Suites, Lower

Arrow Creek - 1BDRM DAYLIGHT basement suite, private entrance, appliances incl, professional person, N/S, N/P, Avail Nov 1. $650/mo incl until. 250 428-7274

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NOTICE OF ACTION SHELDON QUIRK

SHELDON E. QUIRK please be advised that legal action in the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta, Action No. 1001-16286, in the Judicial Centre of Calgary, has been commenced against you arising out of a motor vehicle accident which occurred on November 9, 2008, in the City of Calgary, in the Province of Alberta. Pursuant to the Order granted by Master Prowse on December 5, 2011, you have 35 days from the date of this publication within which to le and serve a Statement of Defence or Demand of Notice. Pursuant to the said Order, after 35 days the Plaintiff in this action, Heather M. Hanna, will be at liberty to obtain an Order to enter Default Judgment against you if you do not le a Statement of Defence or Demand of Notice within the required time. To obtain a copy of the Statement of Claim and Notice to Defendants and the Order, please immediately contact the ofces of ROSS & COMPANY, Solicitors for the Plaintiff, at Suite 308, 901 Centre Street N.W., Calgary, Alberta, T2E 2P6, telephone (403) 230-7000, reference le number 09-034.

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Sky performing at Sasquatch SASQUATCH ARTS AND MUSIC SOCIETY

Daniel Sky is a singer/songwriter originally from Winnipeg, Man. He has lived in the Rockies, on the Coast and on the Prairies. He has resided in the very musical west end of Toronto since 2008, when he released his debut album, On The Round, produced by David Baxter (Justin Rutledge, Treassa Levasseur). This fall, he released his new record, Spider Milk, produced Derek Downham (the Beauties, Andy Kim) and is enjoying another Canadian tour this fall and winter, including his stop in Creston on Dec. 18. “Spider Milk is an explosive infusion

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of a melodic pop sensibility (a la E.L.O.) and a rock ’n’ roll soul reminiscent of the sounds of Elvis Costello and the Traveling Wilburys,” said Sky.

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This year, two of Sky’s original compositions will be featured in the Universal Studios film Blue Crush 2, and in 2010 he composed an original theme for an award winning documentary, Las Aguilas Humanas (The Human Eagles). For more, check him out at www. danielsky.com or www.danielsky. bandcamp.com. Tickets are $10 at Kingfisher Used Books and Black Bear Books, or $12 at the doors, which open at 7 p.m. The show begins at 8.

Happy Holidays from School District No. 8 (Kootenay Lake) Our Staff would like to wish you a festive holiday season. We hope that you have many joyous moments with family and friends and that you will return safely to us in the new year.

District offices and schools will be closed December 19th to January 2nd.

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Thursday, December 15, 2011 Creston Valley Advance

CRESTON SCOUTS

The First Creston Beaver Scouts, Cub Scouts and Scouts are enjoying another year of camping, activities and volunteering in the community, with 10 great leaders this year. The Scouts attended an international camp in Jaffrey in September (180 scouts and guides from BC, Montana, Idaho and Alberta) and both Cub Scouts and Scouts had a

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