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February 2011

The Bulletin District of Hudson’s Hope

9904 Dudley Drive, PO Box 330, Hudson’s Hope, BC V0C 1V0 Phone: 250-783-9901 Fax: 250-783-5741 E-mail: bulletin@hudsonshope.ca www.hudsonshope.ca

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community. Property developers are also interested in our area. This is very exciting as it has been many years that we have seen any economic development which will benefit us.

lot is going on in this little community, everyone had a great holiday season and is back with renewed energy.

The District is still chasing funding to replace our aging water infrastructure; our water system is in dire need of replacement. Council is working on tourism and marketing strategy for 2011. The heat recovery system for the arena was completed in December, as well as the solar heating project for the outdoor swimming pool. This project is expected to have a heating cost savings of 50%.

In 2010 the District purchased a new grader and fire truck, as well the administration office received a much needed renovation and computer upgrade. A Special Events Coordinator was hired to do some much needed programming for the community. Our first winter carnival was held in late January in conjunction with the Olympic Torch relay, this was a huge success! Many new programs were initiated for the seniors: a fit for life class is held twice a week and monthly trips to the swimming pool in Chetwynd are now available. This position has been a wonderful asset for Hudson’s Hope.

Many meetings are taking place with various government agencies. Our ambulance service is facing challenges. We have met with the Northern staff and they are aware of our issues and are willing to work with us to change this. Presently, we have only three attendants who are committed to their job but need assistance. If you or anyone you know may be interested in looking into helping, there is an information package available at the District Office.

Presently there are three mining companies looking into this area. Two of the three have purchased tenures and are moving forward with environmental assessments. These mines would have a huge impact on our community. We welcome this industry to our February 2011

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In December we once again met with Northern Health regarding the doctor situation. This was a very good meeting with more of a commitment from Northern Health to work with us on this issue. Our next meeting is scheduled for the beginning of February. Northern Health is looking to the province for financial help to attract and retain medical personnel.

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ue to the recent snowfall, the District has received complaints regarding driveways being blocked by snow. The snowplowing procedure during large snowfalls is to:  First remove snow on the road with the plow truck. This will leave large snow berms across driveways.  We then follow with the grader that has a gate for removing these berms.  Finally the loader comes by to clean up any leftover snow. This is our normal procedure when staff and machinery are available. Sometimes staff availability and other District commitments may temporarily divert this procedure. We apologise for any inconvenience homeowners may be experiencing and we thank you for your patience as we try to clear all the roads. Mike Carter, Director of Public Works

A private physiotherapy clinic is now coming to H.H. on a regular basis. Council continues to work together to enhance and improve services to attract business to our community. I hope everyone gets out to enjoy the winter carnival. There is something planned for everyone! Until next month, stay warm and enjoy the good ‘ole Canadian winter. Mayor Karen Anderson

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New Year’s Baby

he District of Hudson’s Hope would like to welcome our newest resident to the community, the Hudson’s Hope New Year’s Baby! Gemma Mae Born: January 6, 2010 Proud Parents: Abe & Molly Swanson

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y now, everyone should have received their January-June Municipal Invoice for water, sewer and garbage. If the invoice is paid on or before February 15th, 2011, the water and sewer portion is eligible for a discount. If you have not yet received your bill, or if you have any questions, please contact Rhonda Eastman at 783-9901. BUSINESS LICENCES

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starting a new business or no longer need your licence, please give us a call. Thanks. Rhonda Eastman, Deputy Treasurer

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ur children’s programs continue through the month of February with Storytime happening for preschool children (2 – 5 years) every Tuesday morning from 10:30 – 11:30 a.m. and After School Club for school-age children (6 years and up) happening every Wednesday afternoon from 3:30 – 4:30 p.m. Storytime is full of fun stories, songs, games and crafts. After School Club is full of games, crafts, science and cooking activities.

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he library is now an Employment Connections center. This service is community based and the service and programs are free. Employment Connections can explore career opportunities, find work for you, and plan further education and retraining. Staff from Ft. St. John will be in Hudson’s Hope for one on one meetings and scheduled workshops. For more information on this exciting new venture call 250-787-0024 or check out the website at www.employmentconnections.bc.ca

Museum February 2011 at the Hudson’s Hope Museum irst off, to everyone who did their Christmas shopping at the museum gift shop, thank you for shopping local. The sale was such a great success that we have decided to extend the 30-40% Clothing Sale ‘till the end of February!

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his year the meeting will take place on Feb. 21st @ 7:30 pm in the library. The library is looking for people to run for Trustees. If you have an interest in working to keep our library operational, please come out to the meeting. Trustees are the backbone of the library. Duties include: attending monthly meetings, some fund raising and they have the sole responsibility of managing the Library Director in his/her operation of the library.

The Hudson’s Hope Historical Society is looking for new members. If you have an interest in local history or are looking for a way to help your local community, think about coming to our next meeting. The next meeting will be Feb 24th @ 7pm in St. Peter’s Parish Hall. Also the date for the museum’s AGM has been set for Thursday, March 17th at 7pm to be followed by the regular monthly meeting. Don’t forget the Museum is online; Check out the website at www.hudsonshopemuseum.com to see for yourself!

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n overhead projector has been donated to the library by BC Hydro Power Pioneers Senior Safety group, with the understanding that other organizations can borrow this piece of equipment at no cost. February 2011

We are now on Facebook and Twitter! Join our group and follow our page for the latest museum news and updates.

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If you would like any further information, please call the museum by phone at (250) 783-5735 or by email the museum at hhmuseum@pris.ca. Museum opening times are Mon – Fri: 9 - 4:30, closed at 1-2 pm for Lunch.

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here will be a Business Association meeting on February 1st, 7:00 pm at the Pearkes Centre. Catherine Herbison is stepping down from President and if you would like to come and see the business association continue, please do!

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Graduation Class 2012

hank you to the Fire Chief and crew for their outstanding work putting out the fire at my house on January 6, 2011. Ernest Comer

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he Graduating Class of 2012 has begun their fundraising and are looking for any odd jobs people would like completed. Please call Cassie Haagsman at 250-261-5836 or Maureen Graham at 250-783-9242.

The Oscars are coming to Hudson’s Hope! March 12, 2011 at 7:00 pm Hudson’s Hope Arena Presented by the Hudson’s Hope Figure Skating Club

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Protective Services What a great end to 2010 and a great start to 2011. The Fire Department hasn’t been too busy over the last 2 months which is always a good thing for the residents of Hudson’s Hope. In December, we dealt with 1 Motor Vehicle incident in Beryl Prairie, a couple of lift assists for BC Ambulance, and 1 call for an electrical fire. At the fire call, the residents smelled burning and called the fire department right away. This gave us the chance to get to the residence quickly and ensure that the fire didn’t spread. Please remember that getting out and calling 9-1-1 is the most important thing you can do if there is a fire in your house!!! In January, we assisted BC Ambulance and dealt with 2 structure fires. Thankfully, no one was injured at either fire and one resulted in very minimal damages to the residence. Our firefighters continue to work hard to save what can be saved and did a great job at both of the calls. Here are a couple of things to think about when you travel this winter season:  Make sure you are extra careful when driving at this time of year. Leaving space between you and the vehicle ahead gives you time to react if anything happens.  Have a plan and let someone know where you are going, what route you are taking, and when you plan to get back. If you get stuck you will be thankful that people know you are overdue and where to start looking!  If you are going out to enjoy all of the great outdoor adventure available in and around our community, make sure you carry a map, a compass, and a GPS (if you have one) and know how to use them. That way if you need to call for help, you have coordinates to let people know exactly where you are.  Carry some basic supplies in your vehicle when you are heading out. These should include warm clothes, blankets, a first aid kit, some non-perishable food, and some water. If you are involved in an accident, because of the distances involved it can take a while for emergency personnel to get to your location, so a little bit of equipment and preparation can make a huge difference. As a final reminder and for new members of our community, the Hudson’s Hope Fire & Rescue Service is made up of dedicated volunteers who give of their time to protect their community. The Fire Halls are not staffed 24-7, so if you need to report a fire, Call 9-1-1! Also, if you see a vehicle with a fire department licence plate and its 4-way flashers coming up behind you; please pull over and let them by as they are responding to a call. I want to take a minute to thank all of the staff and volunteers who work with all of the Protective Services to make our community a great place to be. I couldn’t do it without you! Stay Safe, Chief Alan Stebbing, on behalf of, Hudson’s Hope Protective Services Department The Protective Services Department consists of the District Volunteer Fire & Rescue Service,

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Medical Services HUDSON’S HOPE HEALTH CENTRE DOCTOR SCHEDULE

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Tuesday, February 1—Dr. Wright Wednesday, February 2—Dr. Wright Friday, February 4—Dr. Hattingh Monday, February 7—Dr. J. Parker Tuesday, February 8—Dr. J. Parker Thursday, February 10—Dr. Hattingh Friday, February 11—Dr. Hattingh Monday, February 14—Dr. Wright (Physio) Tuesday, February 15—Dr. Wright Thursday, February 17—Dr. Gullason Friday, February 18—Dr. Gullason Monday, February 21 - Dr. Gullason (Physio) Tuesday, February 22—Dr. Gullason Thursday, February 24—Dr. J. Parker Friday, February 25—Dr. J. Parker Monday, February 28—Dr. Wright (Irene Stoyles & Physio)

Closed for lunch: 12:30 pm—1:30 pm

Monday—Friday 9:00 am—4:30 pm Appointments: 250-783-9991 Fax: 250-783-9125 Pharmacy: 250-783-9947

MASSAGE THERAPY SERVICES Jaclyn Johnson, Registered Massage Therapist is practicing in the Hudson’s Hope Health Centre every Tuesday. To make an appointment call her office in Chetwynd. 250-401-3020

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PHYSIOTHERAPY SERVICES Dori Shankel, MSPT, a Registered Physical Therapist will be coming to Hudson’s Hope on select Mondays by appointment only.

Hudson’s Hope AA meetings will be held: Tuesdays at 8 pm

There will be a cost of $50 per visit (cash or cheque only please).

Silver Willow Court Basement access is through the back door of 10104 Ellis Cres. To confirm that the meeting will be held please call 783-9931 to confirm your attendance. For information call 250-785-4534.

Please call Dori at her office in Chetwynd at: 250-788-5339. Please leave a message. The Bulletin

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Northern Health Corporate Office 600-299 Victoria Street, Prince George, BC V2L 5B8 Telephone (250) 565-2640, www.northernhealth.ca

MEDIA ADVISORY Northern Health’s Board will hold its next meeting in Burn’s Lake on February 14th and 15th, 2011. The open meeting will begin at 1:15 pm on February 14th in the Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako Boardroom, 37-3rd Avenue. Please be advised that due to space limitations the meeting room may not be able to accommodate everyone who wishes to attend. Seating will be on a first come basis. Interested individuals are encouraged to arrive early to avoid disappointment. Northern Health welcomes presentations from interested individuals or parties. Speakers can submit a request for a presentation time-slot by calling (250) 565-2922 or emailing desa.chipman@northernhealth.ca. The deadline for submitting requests for presentations is 4:00, January 27th. Media Contact: Steve Raper, Director of Communications 250-565-2694

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Monday—Friday: 10 am—7 pm Closed Saturday & Sunday

250-783-9433 The Canvasser With a feeling of doubt I picked up my kit And headed out the door I wondered why I had said that I Would canvass just once more. I’ve been out in the rain, the wind and the snow Met snarling dogs at the gate Yes, I’ve heard all the answers of why they say NO We give at the office they state. But, -then I remembered the call that I madeI was ushered in with a smile By a little girl five with sparkling eyes And she bade me sit down for a while I opened my kit as her Mom gave a cheque And with it a nice cup of tea The little girl whispered, ―You fixed my Mum’s heart,‖ And she hugged me as she climbed on my knee. I felt like a Queen stepping down from her throne As I thanked them It came from the Heart And I knew how I’d answer next year when they phoned I sure will, when do we start?

February is Heart and Stroke Month. And once again, canvassers have said, “Yes!” They will be braving “the rain, the wind, and the snow” to ask for your donations that will put smiles on the faces of many children, young and old. Please give generously. If you would like to volunteer for a cause that touches a “heart”, please contact Greta Goddard at 250-783-5338 or email: rgfequet@pris.ca

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Seniors SENIOR BUS TRIP TO FORT ST. JOHN 2011 SCHEDULE

Fit For Life Exercise Class This is a low impact exercise class perfect for beginners. It’s designed to be joint friendly with a focus on movement, cardio vascular improvement, increasing balance and flexibility, developing muscular strength with low weights and own body weight. It also improves range of motion and stability.

Monday, February 7 Monday, March 7 Monday, April 4 Monday, May 2 Monday, June 6 Monday, July 4 Tuesday, August 2 Tuesday, September 6 Monday, October 3 Monday, November 7 Monday, December 5 & 19

This class, like any exercise, will decrease risk of heart disease, reduce weight gain and stimulate weight loss, reduce high cholesterol and high blood pressure. Exercise will also reduce chances of chronic illness and injury.

This free service is provided by the District of Hudson’s Hope. Transportation provided via the Lion’s Van.

The program runs from January 6th to May 16th. Every Monday and Thursday from 9:30 – 10:30 am Pearkes Centre

Bus leaves from Silver Willows at 8:50 am and the Sportsman’s at 9:00 am. The schedule is subject to change therefore please call the District Office at 250-783-9901 to reserve a seat.

Costs for 32 classes: Regular rate - $112 Senior rate - $64 Drop in rate - $5.00

ADULT/SENIOR SWIM 2011 Tuesday, February 01 Tuesday, February 15 Tuesday, March 01 Tuesday, March 15 Tuesday, March 29 Tuesday, April 12 Tuesday, April 26 Tuesday, May 10

Commit to being fit! A District of Hudson’s Hope sponsored program. For more information, contact Greta Goddard, BCRPA certified instructor at 250-783-5338 or rgfequet@pris.ca

This program is open to both seniors and adults. Transportation provided free of charge via Lion’s Van. Bus leaves from the Sportsman’s Inn at 10 am and returns by 2 pm. Cost per person is $5.00 to cover pool costs. Senior/adult swim 11-12 noon and Lap Swim 12-1 pm.

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Hudson’s Hope Clubs and Organizations The Hudson’s Hope Council would like to remind those clubs and organizations that would like to submit an application to request funding assistance that the deadline for applications is February 18, 2011.

Forms may be picked up at the District Office or downloaded off our website at www.hudsonshope.ca

Should you have any questions, please contact Rhonda Eastman, Deputy Treasurer at 250-783-9901.

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The District of Hudson’s Hope has drop boxes for batteries, cell phones, and CFC bulbs in the front entrance of the District Office, 9904 Dudley Drive, Hudson’s Hope, BC. Recharge the planet by returning your used household batteries!

A CALL FOR NOMINATIONS Deadline: Monday, February 14, 2011 Who

Inspires You? A friend, a neighbour, a colleague? Share their story and inspire others. The Coast Mental Health Foundation is calling for nominations for the Courage to Come Back Awards. Tell the nominee's story of a courageous comeback accurately and in detail. Please submit only one nomination form, but feel free to attach letters of support and testimonials. For ideas, check The Province Courage To Come Back website at www.theprovince.com/courage, for a look at past recipient stories, or visit the Coast website at www.coastmentalhealth.com and click the Courage logo. Nomination Categories: Mental Health, Physical Rehabilitation, Medical, Addiction, Social Adversity or Youth. More information and nomination forms can be picked up at the District office.

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Hudson’s Hope 2011 Winter Carnival January 30th 30th— —February 6th Cool and exciting activities for all ages are planned for the entire week: snow shoeing, skiing, skating, Cameron Lake Fun Day, family dance, hot chocolate café, coffee house, community potluck dinner. Participate in all the events and at participating businesses and earn Hudson’s Hope 2011 Winter Carnival Bucks that you can use to bid on great prizes at the final auction: snowboard with boots and bindings (about a $500 value), a full cross country ski package (about a $200 value), a figure skating dress with skate guards (about $140 value), hiking poles, a junior hockey bag, a Powder King six day punch card pass and incredible local donations: paintings, cool key chains, gift certificates, and more. To view prizes, please drop by the District Office

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Winter Carnival Schedule—January 30—February 6 Sunday, January 30th—Snow Fest Grand Opening 1-4 pm: Snow Fest events will take place at beautiful Beattie Park. Come embrace the winter wonderland. Gather your friends and family and come carve or shape your perfect snow creation. Participate in great family fun activities with sleigh rides and more. Enjoy the free Hot Chocolate café. Collect 100 Carnival Bucks 5-8 pm: Events at Hudson’s Hope Arena, including free ice skating from 5-6:30 pm, Shannon Mason’s Irish Dancers in the lobby from 5:15-5:45 pm, The Good ‘Old Hockey Challenge from 6:45 to 8 pm and a half time Figure Skating Show at 7:15. Your choice of a free giveaway: 500 ml water bottle, lunch bag cooler, or an ice scraper mitt! Free hot chocolate, free hotdogs, free goodies, free popcorn and free door prizes! Collect another 100 Carnival Bucks Monday, January 31st—Extreme Sledding & Ski Day at HH Ski Hill 1:00 – 4:30 pm: It’s a no school day – perfect! Bring your own gear. If you don’t have a way to get there, catch a ride with the Lion’s Van from the Sportsman. First bus run leaves at 12:45. Chilli, buns and hot chocolate provided, sleds on hand for an easy trip back up the hill, and test your speed during the RCMP Radar Run. Last year Hayden Huxley clocked the fastest time with 89 km/h. This event is sponsored in part by the Hudson’s Hope Ski Hill Association.

Collect another 100 Carnival Bucks

Take advantage of the Sportsman's Inn 20% off for youth (17 and under) on any meal all day, plus Double Carnival Bucks! Tuesday, February 1st—Snow Shoeing Workshops with James MacDonald 3:30-6:30 pm: Two snow shoeing workshops at the HH Arena. Workshop One from 3:30-5 pm. Workshop Two from 5-6:30 pm. Limited equipment available. If you have your own snow shoes, please bring them along. No pets please.

Collect 100 Carnival Bucks for each workshop.

Wednesday, February 2nd—Figure Skating Workshop with HHFSC 3:30-4:30 pm: Come over to the HH Arena and join the Hudson’s Hope Figure Skating Club where they can prepare you for your own battle of the blades.

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Thursday, February 3rd—Cross Country Ski Day & Dog Sledding 3:30-5:30 pm: Greta Goddard, BCRPA Instructor, will be having two workshops for cross country skiing at the HH Arena at 3:30 and at 4:30 pm. Limited equipment available. If you have your own skis, please bring them along. Enjoy up to 10 km of track set trails.

Collect 100 Carnival Bucks for each workshop

3:30 pm: Dog sledding rides will also be taking place at 3:30 pm with Jake Watson and Rickey Warren. No pets allowed at this event. Collect another 100 Carnival Bucks And take advantage of a special at On the Rim for Double Carnival Bucks. A great deal with 12% off all meals all day. Friday, February 4th—Hockey Tournament & Family Carnival Dance All Weekend, begins in the evening: Minor Hockey Tournament at the Hudson’s Hope Arena. Col-

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8-11 pm: Community Family Carnival Dance will be held at the HH Community Hall. Karaoke, free hot chocolate, free prize draws, and carnival games with chances to win more Carnival Bucks. Col-

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Freddy’s Deli will be having a 2 for 1 fish ‘n chips plus Double Carnival Bucks. Saturday, February 5th—Cameron Lake Fun Snow Day & Coffee House 11 am-3 pm: Campfire and goodies, and of course, free hot chocolate. Special Presentation with Media coverage at 12:30. Guided winter photo workshop with Kristy Bruce at 1 pm.

Collect another 100 Carnival Bucks

All Day: Minor Hockey Tournament continues at the Hudson’s Hope Arena 7 pm: Snowed In Coffee House and Variety Show at the Pearkes Centre featuring some of the best local talent, with special guest “Patsy Cline”. Admission by donation.

Collect another 100 Carnival Bucks

Sunday, February 6th—Deep Woods Tour & Finale Community Dinner 11 am: The ultimate 10 km snow fun run starts at the Hudson’s Hope School.

Collect another 100 Carnival Bucks

6 pm: The Finale will be a Potluck Community Dinner and Auction at the Community Hall. There will be Carnival games, Casino Night, Community Choir, Shannon Mason’s School of Dance, Hudson’s Hope Library Trivia Quiz, special award presentations, door prizes and Collect another 100 Carnival Bucks! *Please bring your own dishes. Tell all your friends to be here. Embrace the winter wonderland ...let’s celebrate together! For further information on any of the above events, please contact Greta Goddard, DOHH Special Events Coordinator at 250-783-9901 or 783-5338 or email rgfequet@pris.ca

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How do Carnival Bucks work for You? This year during the Winter Carnival you have the opportunity to collect Winter Carnival Bucks at each event that you attend. There will also be surprise giveaway bucks. That means there may be opportunities during the Winter Carnival to collect even more Carnival Bucks, just by being at an event at the right time. The Carnival Bucks are great incentives to participate in as many events as you can. There are even more opportunities to win or lose more Carnival Bucks at Casino Night at the Potluck Dinner on Sunday, February 6th. Be warned, it’s a game of chance. You may win or you may lose—you can cheer if you win, but you can’t cry if you lose. Hudson’s Hope 2011 Winter Carnival Bucks can be used to bid on great prizes at the final auction: snowboard with boots and bindings (about a $500 value), a full cross country ski package (about a $200 value), a figure skating dress with skate guards (about $140 value), hiking poles, a junior hockey bag, a Powder King six day punch card pass and incredible local donations: paintings, cool key chains, gift certificates, and more. To view prizes donated by our sponsors, please drop by the District Office.

How Can I collect additional Carnival Bucks? You can also collect extra Carnival Bucks for the entire eight days of Winter Carnival at any participating local businesses until Sunday, February 6th at 5 pm. When you make a purchase at any participating business, you can receive the same amount back (or closest to it) in Carnival Bucks. Carnival Bucks come in denominations of $5.00, $10.00, $20.00, $50.00 and $100. It’s a great fun way to support local businesses. Participating Businesses: Sportsman’s Inn—plus get Double Carnival Bucks Deal with 20% off for youth (17 and under on any meal all day on Monday, January 31st On the Rim—plus get a Double Carnival Bucks Deal with 12% off any meal all day on Thursday, February 4th

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Freddy’s Deli—plus get Double Carnival Bucks. when you buy the 2 for 1 fish ‘n chips deal on Friday, February 5th Hudson’s Hope Museum

Canada Post

Jan’s Art Gallery (located at the Pearkes)

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Indulgences (located at Pearkes)

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Carnival Bucks are only redeemable at the Winter Carnival Grande Finale: Potluck Community Dinner & Auction on Sunday, February 6th!

Please find enclosed a $50.00 Carnival Bucks to start off your savings fund!

Thanks to our sponsors for making this Community Event possible: Talisman, District of Hudson’s Hope, Spectra Energy, BC Hydro Lifestyles, Peace Area Contracting, Kirkeeng Excavating, Durango, Hudson’s Hope Ski Hill Association, Powder King Ski Hill, Elizabeth’s Epicurean Products, Alie Haagsman, Peace View Enterprises, DTA Contracting, Hudson’s Hope Arena, North Peace Savings and Credit Union, Cameron Lake Outdoor Education Center, DJ Johnson Town Center Trailer Court, Suzette Humborstad, Computer Solutions, BC Hydro, ReMax, Notary Public, Forrester Speciality Services, Patti Backlund’s Creative Memories, Hudson’s Hope Honey, Sportsman’s Inn, On the Rim, Freddy’s Deli, Hudson’s Hope Museum, Canada Post, Fas Gas, Jan’s Art Studio, Indulgences, The Pearkes (excluding Sears), Arena Concession, Shop Easy, Hudson’s Hope Thrift Store, Pro Hardware, Hudson’s Hope Arena Concession, Marg’s Mini-Mart and C-4 Bookkeeping Services & Stationery Supplies. The Bulletin

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Seniors FSJ Senior Trip As Scheduled Whist Mondays 7:00 pm Cribbage Wednesdays 7:00 pm New Horizons Meeting -2nd Thursday 2:30 pm Senior Craft Club - Every other Thursday 1:00 pm Children Storytime @ Library Tuesday 10:30- 11:30 am After School Club @ Library Wednesday 3:30—4:30 pm Moms & Tots Fridays 10 - 12 am Adult Recreation @ School Mixed Rec. Volleyball Tuesday 8-10 pm Call Steve at 783-5355 or Lana 783-5577 Rec Badminton Wednesday 7-9 pm Call Kelly at 783-5736 Fencing Monday 6-8 pm Call Qais Abdulrazak 783-5125 Kids Welcome 6-7pm Indoor Soccer Thursday 7-9 pm Call Jason Naisby 783-9385 17

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Water Conservation Tips The District of Hudson’s Hope Council has recently adopted a Water Conservation Plan and will begin some water conservation initiatives in the coming year. Below are some tips that you can use in your home to help with water conservation. DID YOU KNOW? Less than 3% of water produced at a large municipal water treatment plan is used for drinking purposes. Tips for the Sink:  Repair leaky faucets and always turn off your taps tightly so they don’t drip. Even a small drip can waste tons of water.  Use an aerator and a water-flow reducer attachment.  Turn off water while brushing your teeth or washing your hands.  Don’t run the water continuously while thawing food, hand washing dishes or while washing fruits and veggies; use a partially filled sink instead with a quick rinse afterward. DID YOU KNOW? A tap leaking one drop of water per second wastes more than 25L of water a day! That’s 9,000 L a year. DID YOU KNOW? Only 10% of our home water supply Is used in the kitchen and as drinking water but a whopping 65% of it is used in the bathroom. Tips for the Shower/Tub:  Repair leaky faucets and always turn off your taps tightly so they don’t drip.  Have showers instead of baths and keep them short (5 minutes).  Install low-flow showerheads. DID YOU KNOW? A five minute shower with a standard showerhead uses 100 L of water. A five-minute shower with a low-flow showerhead uses 35 L of water. Tips for he Dishwasher:  Wash full loads and use the shortest cycle. DID YOU KNOW? An automatic dishwasher uses 40 L of water, compared to dishwashing by hand, which uses about 35 L. Information provided from www.ecokids.ca

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CENSUS JOBS Apply now www.census2011.gc.ca 1-866-773-2011 - TTY: 1-800-363-7629 Employment Casual Employment List The District of Hudson’s Hope invites applications from persons interested in casual employment with the municipality. These applications will be kept on file for 12 months and will be referred to when there is a need for one or more persons to work on an “as required basis”. Casual workers may be needed in any area of the municipality’s operations (e.g., office work, custodial duties, general labour, etc.), so it is important to note in which areas that you are capable and willing to work. The Casual Employment List will not be used when filling a seasonal, part-time or regular position. A specific notice will be advertised in such cases. The persons selected for casual work will be required to become a member of the BC Government & Service Employees’ Union. Rates of pay are established in the Collective Agreement and vary for the various positions. Application forms are available at the municipal office or applicants may submit a detailed résumé of work experience, education and qualifications. District of Hudson’s Hope 9904 Dudley Drive PO Box 330 Hudson’s Hope, BC, V0C 1V0 Tel: (250) 783-9901 Fax: (250) 783-5741 district@hudsonshope.ca February 2011

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Hudson’s Hope School Student of the Weeks November 26, 2010 Charlie Kehl, Davida Naisby, Jenna Roberts, Betty Martin, Teya Barrette, Heather Martin, Brooklyn Howard, Hunter Jarratt, Tess Herrington, Johanne Jeffries, Mikey Marini, Amanda Kyllo, Celina Fequet, Autumn, Grade 9 Class. December 2, 2010 Ethan Skelhorne, Halle Koyanagi, Harold Thompson, Hayden Huxley, Cassidy Reschke, Johnny Herrington, Henry Kehl, Kyla Conlon Fettes, Kevin Stout, Sarah Lavallee, Tex MacKeigan, Alexander MacDonald, Jade Rowe, Kael Copeland, Skyler Paice, Xavier Brown, Leland Douglas, Robyn Haagsman. December 10, 2010 Mr. MacDonald, Hazam Nasir, Amaris Worrall, Kaden Jarratt, Connie Gonwick, Kyla Conlon Fettes, Hailey Jones, Alex Taylor, Toby McWilliams, Leah Nichols, Temira Agla, Pearl Burseth, Ashley Mathews, CJ Graham, Justin Thibault, Devin Burkitt, Marcus Rutherford, Gillian McTaggart, Tommy Stout, Tex MacKeigan, Morgan Luchinski, Cody Walker, Nathaniel Rutherford. January 7, 2011 Rebekka Humborstad, Dylan Beswick, The Grade 4/5 Class, Heather Martin, Allison Bell, Hunter Jarratt, Alexander MacDonald, Betty Martin, Misato Kondo, Jacob Kyllo, Sarah Lavallee, Coll Burseth, Cody Walker. January 14, 2011 Cassidy Reschke, Wren Naisby, Henry Kehl, Jordan Brown, Brayden Nilson, Tyler Schlosser, James Thompson, Ginger Lucas-Jarnagin, Austin Taylor, Cadyn Moraice Budalich, Joshua Tilsner.

TACSOTE The Arts and Cultural Society on the Edge (TACSOTE) will display another Alberta Foundation for the Travelling Arts exhibition in the District office foyer, in celebration of the provincial-wide Arts and Culture Week, April 10th to 16th. On May 6th, 7th and 8th, TACSOTE is proud to be this year’s host for the Peace Liard Regional Arts Council’s annual Regional Juried Art Exhibit. Artists will be submitting works in a variety of media. We hope you will enjoy the upcoming events! The Bulletin

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Indulgences

By Catherine

Indulgences is prepared for you to spoil your loved one on Valentines Day! Cards, balloons, gifts, flowers, chocolates, gift baskets and gift certificates! **Feel free to place orders ahead of time.**

250-783-9377 Box 718 10801 Dudley Dr. Hudson’s Hope B.C. V0C 1V0 Open Mon-Fri 9-5, Thurs 12-8. Closed Sat & Sun.

Special Events

It’s perfect cross country ski conditions right now. Grab your skis and get out to enjoy one of the pleasures of our northern winters.

Free Valentine Skate on February 14, 2011 from 3-4:15 pm Activities to follow in lobby from 4:15—5 pm at the Hudson’s Hope Arena February 2011

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Church Directory Hudson’s Hope Bible

Peace Valley

St. Peter’s

Fellowship

Community Church

Shared Ministry

9702 Beattie Drive Church - 783-5513 Pastor - 783-2322

10122 Beattie Drive 783-9484

Sunday Worship at 11:00

Sunday Worship at 11:00

9500 Beattie Drive 783-5360

Sunday Worship at 11:00

Happy Valentine’s Day

Bookkeeping Services & Stationery Supplies

C4

Does paperwork shorten your fuse? I can help?

General Bookkeeping WCB & HST reporting Payroll, source deductions & T4’s,

Short of paper? Now stocking basic paper products Let me know what you need.

Colleen Gillie Sage Simply Accounting TM Partner

Phone: 250-783-2330

Fax: 250-783-2312

email: c4bookkeeping@gmail.com

10717 Kruger Street, Hudson’s Hope February 2011

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Hudson’s Hope Service Directory Ambulance / Fire / R.C.M.P.

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RCMP Non Emergency # …..…………..………….…...783-5241 Avalanche Information…….……………...…..1-800-667-1105 Community Hall Call 783-9901. Rental contract and payment can be arranged at the time of booking. Women’s Club Hall Kitchen Janis @ ............... 783-5534 District Monday to Friday 8:30 - 4:30; Closed Holidays District Office Fax: 783-5741 ……...………..…… 783-9901 Arena (Scheduled hours- Seasonal) ................. 783-5563 Animal Control Officer ...................................... 783-5207 Info Centre (Scheduled hours - Seasonal) ........ 783-9154 Special Events (Greta Goddard)………………..…. .783-5246 Swimming Pool (Seasonal)............................... 783-9913 Government Jay Hill, MP .............................................1-800-661-1183 Pat Pimm, MLA North .............................1-877-332-0101 Blair Lekstrom, MLA South .....................1-877-784-1330 Peace River Regional District ..................1-800-670-7773 T D for the Deaf ................................1-800-661-8773 Federal Information ................................1-800-667-3355 Provincial Information ............................1-800-663-7867 Health Centre...……………………….…………..………...783-9991 Fax: ................................................................ ..783-9125 Pharmacy………………………………………...…………….783-9947 Hours of operation ............................. Monday – Friday Open ................................................ 9:00 am – 4:30 pm Closed .......................................... 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm For an emergency over the lunch hour please phone 911 for the BC Ambulance Service. BC Nurse Line ………. ..................................……………...811 Public Health Office .. …………………………………...783-5221 Mental Health Crisis Line …………………...1-877-442-2828 Counselling Services - Nora Bittner…………….... 787-0665 Highway Maintenance Yellowhead Road & Bridge …….………….…. 250-783-5367 Cariboo Road Service ............................... .250-788-2407

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Library ………………………………………………..………...783-9414 Sunday, Monday & Tuesday ...............................1 - 5 pm Wednesday - Thursday........................................1 - 8 pm Friday - Saturday ................................................. Closed Liquor Store………………………………………..……...… 783-5230 Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 10:30 am – 6:00 pm Closed for lunch from 1 – 2. Closed: Mondays Empty returns of beer cans or bottles of over 6 dozen can be brought in on Tuesdays. Please sort and bring your empties back clean. Thanks Museum & Gift Shop Fax: 783-5770…………..….783-5735 e-mail: hhmuseum@pris.ca Post Office………………………………………….………….783-5302 Open Monday to Friday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm Closed for lunch 12 noon to 1 pm Open Saturday 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Power Outages BC Hydro Power Outages ...................... 1-888-769-3766 Street Lights .................................... ..... 783-9901 Thrift Shop……………………………………………….…....783-9211 Hours: Monday to Friday ........................... 1 pm to 4 pm Bag Day……...last Monday of the month from: 1 pm to 4 pm and 7 pm to 9 pm Closed the Tuesday after bag day for clean up. Transtor Site Open: Wednesday – Sunday ..................... 11 am – 7 pm Closed : Monday & Tuesdays

OIL & GAS -24 Hr Emergency …..…….. 1-800-663-3456 Hudson’s Hope Gas—Alabama………....…205-425-3855 CSRI— Randy Karst.………..….……………..…250-329-9569 Talisman Energy ............................................................... Operations: Kevin Beamish …………….....250-782-2512 Community Engagement: Paul Perkins 250-793-9060 Oil & Gas Commission………………………..250-261-5700 or 1-800-663-7867 and request a transfer.

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