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: firstname.lastname@example.org www.hudsonshope.ca
Thanks to Luke Middleton for bringing the Allan Cup to Hudson’s Hope. The Allan Cup is the trophy awarded to the national senior amateur men’s hockey champions. The children very much enjoyed the chance to see and hear about the history of this trophy that has been around since 1908.
his month there are many people who should be mentioned for their hard work and help in showcasing Hudson’s Hope. Any event that is held in this community is a benefit to our tourism and local economy. Thank-you to all the volunteers who succeeded in making the Fishing Derby, Ball Tournament, Strawberry Festival and High School Rodeo successful. These events bring people and dollars into our community.
Guess who is 99 years old this month, yes, Ethel Rutledge. Happy Birthday to a wonderful lady. It was so great to see Ethel and Beth Ardill at the Strawberry Festival. I am reminded of the saying “And in the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years”. I am sure this saying was made just for Ethel and Beth.
Congratulations to Jake Watson and Hayden Huxley who won their events in the Provincial High School Rodeo held in Merritt BC early this month. They will now represent BC in the National High School Rodeo to be held in Gillette, Wyoming in mid July. Kyla Fettes and Kayla Gonwick also won the right to participate in the Merritt rodeo, although they didn’t place in the top three, they had good rides. Due to a broken ankle, Ricky Warren was unable to ride but he had an excellent year. July 2010
Council has had one workshop relating to the proposed Site C dam and will continue to follow the progress of this project. Council is committed to making the negotiations as transparent as possible and will only accept what is positive for our community’s well-being and future. 1
Happy Canada Day, to everyone! With all the unrest in the world it is wonderful that we live in Canada! Let’s be thankful for being a Canadian. Enjoy the day, and I hope to see everyone at the Canada Day Picnic in the Park. Mayor Karen Anderson
Summer Hours The library will be closed on Sundays from July 4th to September 12th. Children’s 1st Grant The library in partnership with the playschool and Hudson’s Hope School received a grant to aid in the purchase of literacy materials. The library has purchased audio books with a read-along book that the kids can follow along with. Also we now have a listening centre where the kids and listen to books in a quiet area when visiting the library. The playschool were able to purchase a reading carpet and new computer. The library also purchased materials to make literacy kits, this will be available at the library or in the fall at Strong Start.
District News MUNICIPAL SERVICES INVOICES
he Municipal Services invoice for July— December will be out the first week of July. It is payable by December 31st, however you will be eligible for the discount if it’s paid prior to August 15th, 2010. Should you have any questions please contact Rhonda at 783-9901. PROPERTY TAXES
Kelly Dixon has joined the staff as the summer student. Kelly will be helping out with the Summer Reading Club and working with the museum staff and Greta on projects that are scheduled for Heritage Month.
he 2010 Property Tax Notices due date to pay your taxes without penalty is on or before 4:30 pm on Friday, July 2nd, 2010. To claim the Homeowner Grant, fill out the reverse side of the tear off portion of the tax form and bring the entire form into the District Office.
As of July 31, 2010 D G Johnson Mechanical will cease all automotive repair.
Even if you are not paying the taxes, take advantage of lowering the penalty amount that will be assessed by claiming the Homeowner Tax portion of the tax statement (if eligible). Be sure to do this prior to the July 2nd deadline. If further information is required please call 783-9901.
Darryl and Kathy Johnson would like to
Rhonda Eastman, Deputy Treasurer/Collector
thank all of their customers for their business over the past 15 years.
Tuesday’s 1 pm—5 pm Across from the Visitor’s Centre As most of you know, the Farmer's Market has started due to a huge request from our greatly appreciated customers. First of all let us all say thank for a great season last year. Once again we will be located next to the Visitor's Center. We will be there every Tuesday from 1-5 until mid September. Some of the things you will be able to find at our market are: Fresh Vegetables, Baking, Honey, Homemade Jams, Fresh Fruit, Beautiful Crafts and Gifts, Locally made Jewellery, Meat Products....
If you are interested in being a vendor at the Market, please call Debbie Joslin at 250-783-5451 for information as to what you can sell. Call Nettie at 250-783-5669 or Guy at 250-783-9464 for general information.
The Summer Reading will be happening again this year, registration will be held in mid July, with the program running from August 3rd to August 26th. The complete program will be announced in the August Bulletin. Sessions for the older kids will be a different format this year. The sessions will be more workshops orientated, with many interesting ideas being planned.
he Heritage Days events at the museum will begin with a Peacemakers of Hudson’s Hope tour on Thursday, July 8th @ 2pm. Later, on Thursday July 15th there will be a Fossil Hunting tour and a Fossil Roadshow in the evening. The following week, on Wednesday July 21st, there will be a Hudson’s Hope Heritage Scavenger Hunt. Look for posters and PSA’s nearer the time.
Summer is the time for laying back and enjoying a good book from the library. Books are costly, but library cards are free so why not join this month!
The museum now has raffle tickets on sale for $10.00 each with great prizes: 1st prize - 3 day wilderness/river trip 2nd prize - Woods 10’ x 12’ wall tent/ camping gear 3rd prize – Bistro table & 2 stools 3
Tickets are available at the museum and from society members.
hank You to the Hudson's Hope and Beryl Prairie Fire Departments for taking the time to make Curtis' wish thru Make a Wish happen. During Curtis's treatment he was given the opportunity to make a wish. His first wish was to go to Disney World. When we returned home from his year of treatments, he was looking forward to playing outside with his yard toys. Sometime last July, his outdoor toys were destroyed by a strong wind that swept thru Farrell Creek. When he saw this he sat down and said "I really wish I had something to play on". We contacted Make a Wish right away and his new wish was granted. On May 29th, the Fire departments set up his playcenter. Thank you so much for taking time to make this happen.
The draw will take place at the museum’s annual fundraising “Harvest Social” on October 23rd. The museum welcomes Sylvia Tran as she begins her work term for the summer. Sylvia is an anthropology major from UBC and is working on the artifact inventory project and helping to organize the Heritage Days summer program. The museum is open daily from 9:30 am – 5:30pm until the end of September. If you require any further information, please call Rosaleen on 783-5735 or e-mail: email@example.com.
The Humborstad Family
hanks to everyone who came out and supported the kids at the High School Rodeo and Poker Ride on May 29th & 30th. Congratulations to the local contestants who put on a good show for us: Ben Jackson, Lisa Graham, Kyla Fettes, Ricky Warren, CJ Graham, Hayden Huxley, Kayla Gonwick and Jake Watson. The winners of the Poker Ride were: 1st Place—Lauren Davis (Dawson Cr.) $906 2nd Place—Deb Green $604 The kids hand was won by Sean Hodgkinson, 2nd was Xavier Brown. The BC High School Rodeo Finals were held in June in Merritt. Six of our kids qualified to compete. If you would like to know more about High School Rodeo or how you can help support our local cowboys and cowgirls, please call Angie at 250-783-9455.
e would like to thank everyone for their prayers, cards, letters, e-mails, phone calls, flowers, balloons and gifts during our lengthy stay in Edmonton. Thank you to those of you who stopped to visit—you brought a touch of home with you. A special thanks to Sharon Potter for keeping the home fires burning and much more while we were away. There are no words to describe the feeling to finally being home after a little over 5 months. We are so blessed to be surrounded by an awesome family and the greatest friends anyone could every hope for. Thank you. Roger & Sharon Birk
This July 3 and 4th the Jam at the Dam Music Festival Society will be holding its 6th annual festival in Hudson’s Hope, B.C. at The Pearkes Cultural Centre. This family oriented weekend has grown over the years into a modest musical weekend at which Peace region musicians are featured. The festival was started originally by two friends, Evie Edinger and the late Anna Biberdorf, who were at Grizzfest 2004. They were so thrilled that the local Hudson’s Hope band ‘Stand Together’ received the People’s Choice Award that year. They believed that Hudson's Hope had the best band so “why can’t we have our own damned festival?” So with a lot of support from volunteers and local businesses, Jam at the Dam 2005 was started and since then each year the awesome talent of Peace region musicians is enjoyed.
n May 28, 2010 police were called about a report of mischief to three separate places. The Peck house at the museum had the door kicked in and damaged. Flower pots damaged at the Information Center and flowers strewn about and the skate board park had been spray painted as was the wall of the community hall. No suspects have been identified. May 31, 2010 police were called to a mischief at the Peace Canyon dam lookout where someone had ripped part of the door off the out house, damaged the plastic seat and toilet paper dispenser as well as damaged the concrete bench for the picnic table. No suspects have been identified. On June 3, 2010 police were advised that the caretaker shack at the local dump was again broken into. Nothing was taken and only minor damage caused. June 4, 2010 an off duty member observed suspicious activity at the local skate board park. A vehicle associated to the youths was pulled over once an on duty member was available. A Chetwynd female and a local male youth were found to be in possession of a small amount of marijuana. The drugs were seized and no charges are being forwarded. On June 9, 2010 police stopped a vehicle for failing to stop at a stop sign. The stop resulted in the driver providing a false name. With further investigation the driver provided his correct name and was found to be prohibited from driving. The male driver was arrested for driving while prohibited and released for court in August. The vehicle was towed and impounded. On June 9, 2010 police were called to a report of an injury motor vehicle incident on Ellis crescent. A Kelowna male driving at a high rate of speed was operating a dirt bike on the street when he was unable to stop and slid under a parked truck. The speed wedged the male under the truck and it took Hudson's Hope fire rescue to remove him. The male was transported to the Fort St. John hospital where police demanded to have his blood analyzed as it is suspected he was under the influence of alcohol. The file is still under investigation upon results of blood/ alcohol level. On June 11, 2010 police stopped a vehicle on Hwy 29 near the Halfway River bridge for excessive speeding. The Fort St. John driver of the vehicle was prohibited from driving and arrested and released for court in August. The vehicle was towed and impounded for a minimum of 30 days. On June 14, 2010 police were called to a report of a break and enter to a residence in Jamieson subdivision. Culprits entered the residence and went through the house. A vehicle located at the residence was stolen and later located at the old ferry landing. Witnesses say the vehicle was seen leaving the residence with the headlights out around 12 midnight. No suspects have been identified. The Bulletin
Indulgences... *Do you have your hair ready for the summer? Get your color and trim today, as well as good product to keep your hair healthy through the heat!*
NEW Hours: Mon - Fri 9-5, Thurs 12-8 Closed Sat & Sun
The winner of the â€œFather of the Yearâ€? award from Indulgences was Steven Vig! Thank you to all those who nominated their dads.
Remember - fresh flowers available for special occasions! Indulgences will be closed July 23rd - July 26th. Open 27th for regular hours.
Address: 10801 Dudley Dr. Box 718
Phone: 250-783-9377 June 18, 2010 police were called to the Atkinson subdivision where a local male was causing a disturbance. A very intoxicated male was arrested for being drunk in public and spent the night in jail until he was sober. June 18, 2010 police conducted a road check near the arena and a local male was issued a 2 month driving suspension as indicated by the Superintendent of motor vehicles. June 19, 2010 police conducted a traffic stop which resulted in a Chetwynd male being prohibited from driving. The male had an odour of liquor on his breath and a breath sample was demanded from him using the roadside screening device. The result of the sample was a warn and a 24 hour suspension was issued. A female passenger was found in possession of a small amount of marijuana which was seized and no charges forwarded. The vehicle was towed and impounded. The male is to appear in court in August for driving while prohibited. On June 19, 2010 police received a report of a break and enter to a residence on Fredette Avenue. The culprits gained access through the kitchen window and stole a Toshiba laptop computer and liquor. Continued on Page 10 July 2010
On June 20, 2010 three separate traffic stops were conducted which resulted in all three drivers receiving 24 hour driving suspensions for alcohol. Vehicles were towed and impounded for 24 hours and the drivers received a violation ticket for driving without consideration. On June 20, 2010 RCMP conducted boat patrols on Dinosaur lake during the Father’s Day weekend. A total of 15 contacts were made and warnings were issued for deficiencies with mandatory equipment or not having a valid licence to operate a vessel. On June 24, 2010 a residence on Fredette Avenue was broken into for the second time in a week. This time the culprits gained entrance through the front door causing damage to the door casing. A total of over 250 DVD movies were taken from the home. The DVD's have a distinct design on them. A wheel with 4 spokes coming out. Anyone with information on any of the reported incidents are asked to call police or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS. Cst. HROMADNIK, Hudson's Hope RCMP
Special Events News Teen Movie Night Were you there to slay the Jabberwocky? Thanks to all who showed up to watch the wonders of Alice in Wonderland. A special thanks to Marg’s Mini-Mart for donating the movie for the evening. Thanks to the North Peace Savings and Credit Union for their generous donation of popcorn and equipment. Thanks to St. Peter’s Youth group who did a wonderful job of slaying the many chores to make this event happen. More teen events coming soon: A “wild and wet” late night teen swim coming in August. Berry Good Times Ah, relaxing with a berry smoothie in the warm summer sun! A new program coming this summer that will give you the opportunity to select the freshest possible fruit for that berry smoothie. It’s a program designed to bring senior and youth together. Come pick berries on one or four (4) different occasions, take the opportunity to learn how to “can” your harvest or come share your knowledge, bake up some yummy nutritional goodies and participate in an informative nutritional workshop, share your berry good tips recipes in a cookbook. If you are interested in berry picking in a safe, friendly environment, please contact Greta Goddard at 250-783-5338 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for the program. Greta Goddard, Special Events Coordinator The Bulletin
Seniors Hudson’s Hope Swimming Pool Senior Swim STARTING JULY 6TH Tuesday & Thursday—10:30 am to 12:00 noon
Early-bird Swim Monday to Friday —6:30 am to 8:00 am
Aquafit Monday, Wednesday & Friday—9:30—10:15 am Tuesday, Thursday and Friday— 5:00 pm to 5:45 pm Monday and Wednesday—7:00 pm to 7:45 pm
SENIOR BUS TRIP TO FORT ST. JOHN Bus leaves at 8:50 am from Silver Willows and 9:00 am from the Sportsman’s Inn on
Monday, July 5, 2010 Tuesday, August 3,2010 For reservations call the District Office at 250-783-9901.
Tuesday — 7:00 pm to 7:45 pm
Hudson’s Hope Visitor Centre
Open seven days a week from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm.
fficially we greeted the first day of summer on the 21st of last month, but it really feels like summer once kids are out of school. Whether you are planning a vacation close by or in another region of the province, let us help you with your plans. We carry the BC Provincial Road Maps, BC approved Accommodation Guides, visitor guides for each region and its communities as well as for those going North to Yukon, Northwest Territories , Nunavut or Alaska and those of you going east to Alberta, Saskatchewan or Manitoba. Each week we receive updated weekly events for all communities in Northern BC ranging from music festivals, golf tournaments, fishing derbies; you name it. So if you are heading out and want to see what unique is happening in the various communities, we would gladly pass along the information. And, on one last attempt to lure you in, let me explain about the Freshwater Fisheries Society of BC launching a Fishing Buddies program. In an effort to grow the number of freshwater anglers in BC, the FFSBC program encourages experienced anglers to pass on their knowledge and passion to somebody new to fishing so that eventually, all British Columbians will have the opportunity to enjoy BC’s world–class sport fishing opportunities. Let us help you enter on line or you can do this at home at www.gofishbc.com/fishingbuddies . The prizes are great (think fishing trips!) Good luck and hope to see you soon! Hudson’s Hope Visitor Centre Staff—Kathy, Megan, and Brett July 2010
July 2010 Sun
1 CANADA DAY at Pool Park
Jam at the Dam
5 FSJ SENIOR’S TRIP
10 Paddle for the Peace
Jam at the Dam
Upcoming Community Events
July: July 1st—Canada Day at Pool Park July 3rd & 4th—Jam at the Dam July 10th—Paddle for the Peace
Ethel Rutledge will be celebrating her 99th birthday on June 30th, 2010.
August: August 28th—Hudson’s Hope Fall Fair
You are invited to visit Ethel any afternoon from June 27th to July 3rd at Valerie Powell's home 12241 Westview Rd in Fort St. John.
Heritage Days— Want to find out what’s happening this summer in Hudson’s Hope? The Heritage Days Booklet will be in your mailbox soon. Please check it out! The Bulletin
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August 2010 Sun
FSJ SENIOR’S TRIP
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Meetings Arts & Cultural Society 1st Wednesdays AA Meetings Tuesdays Business Association 1st Tuesday Canadian Rangers 1st Wednesday Community Choir Every Tuesday Emergency Social Services 1st Thursday RTS Community Theatre 2nd Wednesdays Double “H” Saddle Club 3rd Tuesday Library Board Meeting 3rd Monday Lions Club 1st & 3rd Thursdays Historical Society 3rd Thursday New Horizon Seniors 2nd Thursday Rod & Gun Club 2nd Thursdays St. Peter’s Church 3rd Sundays Ski Club– Freddy’s Deli 3rd Tuesdays
Seniors FSJ Senior Trip Whist Mondays Cribbage Wednesdays New Horizons Meeting -2nd Thursday Senior Craft Club - Every other Thursday
7:00 pm 8:30 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:30 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 2:30 pm 7:00 pm 11:45 am 7:00 pm
As Scheduled 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 2:30 pm 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
Canada Day July 1st 11 - 4 pm @ Pool Park Come show your true Patriotic Colours Eh! Free Food Free stickers Free Prize Draws Fun Games and Good Entertainment
Free Swim 2 – 4 pm
Get Ready for the Fall Fair !! Tip #1 – Get your Fall Fair booklet, available the beginning of July at the following places: * Marg’s Mini Mart * HH Public Library * Tourist Info Centre
* HH District Office
Tip #2 – Choose your favourite categories to enter. Tip #3 – Many items must be made ahead of time so start to day! Tip #4 - Enter lots!! Each adult entry gives you a chance to win $100 CASH !! On August 28th, we want to see all of your hard work at the Hudson’s Hope Fall Fair A Great Fair needs YOU ! The Bulletin
Next Steps for the Site C Clean Energy Project Environmental assessment process will begin in early 2011 In April of this year, the provincial government announced that the Site C Clean Energy Project will advance to an environmental and regulatory review, which includes an independent environmental assessment process. BC Hydro anticipates formally entering the pre-application stage of the environmental assessment process in early 2011 with the submission of a project description. As part of the environmental assessment for Site C, there will be opportunities for consultation and input by the public, communities, First Nations, property owners and stakeholders. In addition, during the environmental assessment process, BC Hydro will identify potential environmental and socio-economic effects from the project. Where impacts cannot be avoided, BC Hydro will identify and evaluate options for mitigation. Prior to the environmental assessment process, BC Hydro will:
Refine and update the historic Site C project design to reflect current environmental, seismic and safety guidelines. Transition environmental and socio-economic studies from baseline work to effects assessment. Continue consultation and engagement with Aboriginal groups. Continue to engage with communities, community relations and communications, including keeping the public, stakeholders, communities, and property owners informed about the project. Prepare for the pre-application phase of the environmental assessment. With Site C, BC Hydro is planning now so that British Columbians will continue to enjoy the benefits of secure, reliable and affordable electricity in the future. Site C will be a source of clean and renewable electricity for more than 100 years—it will provide enough electricity to power more than 400,000 homes per year in B.C. Construction of Site C is subject to environmental certification and ensuring that the Crown’s constitutional duties to First Nations are met. To learn more about the Site C project, please visit www.bchydro.com/sitec. There are some also visuals available on the BC Hydro website. A rendering of the historic project design for Site C is available at: http://www.bchydro.com/planning_regulatory/site_c/ Information_Centre/maps_images.html, and/or photos of the announcement are available at: http://www.bchydro.com/news/press_centre/image_library/news_images.html. Dave Conway is the Community Relations Manager for Site C.
2010 PADDLE FOR THE PEACE Important Notice of Route Change The 2010 Paddle for the Peace route has been shortened to ensure the journey is appropriate for all skill levels. The new route will be from Lynx Creek RV Park/Campground to the junction of the Peace and Halfway Rivers, just downstream of the mouth of the Halfway (east side of bridge). While participants should still plan on being on the river between four and five hours, the shorter route will allow for more time to relax and enjoy the scenery. Anyone wishing to drop off a vehicle in the morning prior to the launch will now go to the Halfway River bridge instead of Bear Flat. As some Paddle posters were distributed prior to the route change, please help spread the word about the new take-out site. Hope to see you all out of July 10th. The Paddle for the Peace Planning Committee
Fifth Annual Paddle for the Peace July 10, 2010 Information Kit Schedule - Saturday July 10, 2010 8:30-10:30 AM Registration & Pancake Breakfast at Lynx Creek RV Park & Campground ď‚ˇ
12:00 Noon Paddle launch at Lynx Creek RV Park & Campground (Highway 29)
5:00 PM (approx) Paddle take-out at the Halfway River bridge at the junction of the Peace and Halfway rivers (Highway 29; east side of bridge) A shuttle bus will run between the launch and take-out sites in the morning for those wishing to drop a vehicle off downstream before the launch (if you are planning to do this please be at the registration as early in the day as possible). The shuttle bus will also run in the afternoon to help people get back to their vehicles after the Paddle. For more information, call Danielle at (250) 785-8510, email email@example.com , or check out our website at www.paddleforthepeace.ca .
Registration: There is a $5 registration fee per person to cover insurance, etc. Kids 13 and under are free. .. Register on site or in advance by calling Danielle (250)785-8510 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org .
The Pancake Breakfast The West Moberly First Nations will be hosting a pancake breakfast for all paddlers and supporters. Everyone is welcome! Breakfast will be served from 8:30-10:30 am at the Lynx Creek RV Park & Campground, off Highway 29.
For Non-paddlers If you would like to participate, but can't go on the river, please come and join us for breakfast and the morning's activities at Lynx Creek RV Park & Campground.
11th Annual Fishing Derby
ONE HOT DERBY! The 2010 HH Ski Association 11th Annual Father’s Day Fishing Derby was a scorcher! The fun and sun were enjoyed by over 150 participants.
Thank you to all our sponsors for your support and donations. Thanks also to Neil and Tracy Rutherford & friends for running the concession to benefit the HH Karate Club. Winners were: Adults 1st Sheldon Grose 2nd Tom Roberts 3rd Bruce Quibell
BBQ Patio set Ugly Stix Rod
Juniors 1st Gordon Smith 2nd Julius Grose 3rd Brendon Koehn
Oldest Angler Youngest Angler Lucky Father
Bud Ferguson Alexis Herle (Green) Sheldon Grose
IPOD Touch Electric scooter Case Collectable Truck Set
Fishing Rod Rod & tackle box Fish net, fillet knife and hat
Thank you again to all the volunteers, sponsors and participants. Nedra Forrester, President
SUMMER HOURS Monday—Friday: 10 am—7 pm Closed Saturday & Sunday
Heart and Stroke Fun Run News The Fun Run held on Sunday, June 6th was a big success in many ways: funds, volunteers, participants and personal satisfaction. The goal was to raise $1001; the funds raised were $1043. Way to go to Hudson’s Hope. You make a difference! A special thanks to all the supporting sponsors: BC Hydro Lifestyles for supplying all medals, HH Fire Department for supplying beverages, Shop Easy for their BBQ set prize donation, Sportsman Inn for their pizza voucher donations. Your generous sponsorship is always appreciated. Thanks to Hudson’s Hope School for use of their facility and St. Peter’s Church for use of their tables. Thanks to all the volunteers who helped make this a success: HH Dam Runners – Jason Naisby, Britt Silk, Liza Rhymer, Jacqueline Burkitt, and Greta Goddard. All the JCRs – Gillian McTaggart, Joel Tichonow, Max Bouillion, Leah Nichols, Christopher Fequet, Darren Hurst, Angharad Ward, Allison McTaggart, Cameron McTaggart, Glen McTaggart, Marcus Rutherford, Mike Nichols, Kim McTaggart and Autumn MacDonald. The RCMP for route patrol, James MacDonald for off road route patrol, and Don Ferguson for the 5 km route patrol. Thanks to Grant Spelsberg for bringing and lending the timing clock, Bill Lindsay and Jacqui Kinahan for timing runs. Thanks to Lori Herrington, Laura Bell, Heidi Naisby, and Kristy Bruce for manning the registration table. Thanks to all who donated baked goods and refreshments for the event. A special thanks to Howie Bell for collecting pledges for this worthwhile cause. A big thank you to the 40+ participants who came out to take part in the very hot event. Congratulations to the category winners: 1 km children’s run female category 5 km walk/run male category 1st Brooklyn Howard 6:21 minutes 1st Neil Rutherford 49:08 2nd Wren Naisby 6:23 minutes 3rd Melissa Bell 6:40 minutes 10 km walk/run female category 1 km children’s run male category 1st Britt Silk 1:00:33 st 1 Nicholas Vanderploeg 4:41 minutes 2nd Greta Goddard 1:00:33 2nd Dylan Beswick 4:51 minutes 3rd Liza Rhymer 1:06:02 3rd Cameron McTaggart 5:28 minutes Inspirational medal-Jacqueline Burkitt Inspirational medal-Adam Burkitt 5:34 minutes 1:06:42 5 km walk/run female category 10 km walk/run male category 1st Tracey Rutherford 49:06 1st Jason Naisby 50:04 2nd Allison Bell 50:23 2nd Grant Spelsberg 5:39 3rd Heidi Naisby 51:52 3rd Howie Bell 1:04:03 Thanks to you all. What you do makes a difference to so many. There are many reasons why people get involved in this run/walk. Personally, I enjoy the “fun and healthy” benefits of runThe Bulletin
ning but I can do that on my time, the real reason I organize this run is because I know that The Heart and Stroke Foundation has come a long way in its research towards finding a cure for such a deadly disease. Over the years, I have heard many heart warming stories how this has touched people’s lives. Thanks to this research there are now many heart attack and stroke survivors. Some have participated to celebrate exactly that – they are survivors and it’s their way of giving back. For some it’s a dedication run in memory of a loved one. This brings with it the understanding that the fight for a cure still has to continue. For others, it’s the continued commitment to health and fitness, for others it’s a new realization that physical activity is important in reducing risks associated with heart disease. Still more participate, just to support a worthwhile cause. All of these reasons just add up to one thing: what you do is making a difference! Together, one step at time, we will work to beat this disease. So “step” up your training for next year’s run on Sunday, June 5th. For more information on the BC and Yukon Heart and Stroke Foundation, please visit their website. For local information, please feel free to contact Greta Goddard 250-783-5338 or e-mail: email@example.com.
Northern Lights College Course Cost Time Date Ground Disturbance 135.00 Online Open Core Hunter Training 190.00 Fri- 6-9 PM Sat & Sun 9-6 PM July 2 - 4 H2S Alive 160.00 8:30-5:00 July 6 & 20 OFA I 125.00 8:30-4:30 July 7 & 17 OFA TE 125.00 8:30-4:30 July 18 TDG(Transportation of Dangerous Goods) 125.00 Online Open WHMIS 65.00 Online Open Airbrakes 245.00 8:00-5:00 July 27 - 29
Have A Great Summer!
ED2GO-Online Courses Classes start on the second Wednesday of every month. Visit www.ed2go.com/nlcchetwynd for a detailed list of available classes under the following categories: Computer Applications Personal Enrichment Grant Writing & Non-profit Management Writing & Publishing Start Your Own Business Entertainment Industry Careers Health Care Nutrition & Fitness …just to name a few.
Call us at 250-788-2248 or toll free at 1-866-463-6652 Check out our website at www.nlc.bc.ca July 2010
Available September 1, 2010.
SPECIALTY SERVICES Serving the Peace for over 30 Years!
Ed & Nedra Forrester Owner/Operator
Small, newly renovated inside, semi-furnished two bedroom house in the center of Hudson's Hope.
Truck and Trailer Equipped. Rubber Tired Backhoes, Dump Truck, Excavators, Skid Steers, Equipment Operators.
Entrance hallway with laundry and small office off to the side, living room, one double and one single bedroom and a small bathroom. Small area for storage in crawl space and a small garden shed.
Ground Disturbance Supervisors. Chain link Fencing Tree Removal—Certified Fallers
Fully Ticketed, Licensed and Insured. Oilfield, Industrial, Farm and Residential
$900 per month including utilities. Contact: Deryl Houston in Victoria
St. Peter’s Church
There will be regular services every Sunday for the month of June. There will be two services per month in July and August. Sunday, July 4th Sunday, July 25th Sunday, August 8th Sunday, August 22nd
Hudson’s Hope AA meetings will be held: Tuesdays at 8 pm 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.
There will be regular Sunday services again in September. All services begin at 10 am. Thank you all for your support!
Church Directory Hudson’s Hope Bible
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 10:00
Celebration of Life
Joshua Wade Lavallee May 11, 1992—June 5, 2010 Joshua was taken from us suddenly on Saturday, June 5, 2010. He is survived by his Mother Nicole Lavallee, Stepfather Vinnie Bratt, Sister Sarah, his Father Darren & Kim Thompson and the Thompson family and Grandparents Fay & Clark Lavallee. Thank you neighbours and all; We will not be seeing our curly headed grinnin' boy riding around town on his BMX anymore, but his delightful spirit and his loving heart will be ever present in our minds. Thank you all so much Hudson's Hopers for the kind messages via e-mail, the meals, the cookies and cakes and the many cards we have received these past days. Thank you also Paul and Johanna for the use of your trailer! The many hugs and warm hello's from you all are so appreciated. We want to mention how proud we are of Josh and Sarah's many young friends, how kind and well mannered you have been. Our whole family is overwhelmed by the love and support you kids have shown all of us during this time of sorrow. God bless each and everyone of you. With heart-felt appreciation, Clark and Fay Lavallee, Nicole, Sarah and Vinnie Michele, Clark Jr. , Celise and cousins July 2010
Hudson’s Hope Service Directory Ambulance / Fire / R.C.M.P.
Library ………………………………………………..………...783-9414 Sunday, Monday & Tuesday ...............................1 - 5 pm Wednesday - Thursday........................................1 - 8 pm Friday - Saturday ................................................. Closed
RCMP Non Emergency # …..…………..………….…...783-5241 Avalanche Information…….……………...…..1-800-667-1105 Community Hall
Liquor Store………………………………………..……...… 783-5230
Call 783-9901. Rental contract and payment can be arranged at the time of booking. Women’s Club Hall Kitchen Janis @ ............... 783-5534
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
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
Museum & Gift Shop Fax: 783-5770…………..….783-5735 Call Rosaleen 783-2377 or 783-5735 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Post Office………………………………………….………….783-5302 Open Monday to Friday
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
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Closed for lunch from 12 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
Fax: ................................................................ ..783-9125
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
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
Closed the Tuesday after bag day for clean up. Transtor Site Open: Wednesday – Sunday ..................... 11 am – 7 pm Closed : Monday & Tuesdays
Public Health Office .. …………………………………...783-5221
OIL & GAS -24 Hr Emergency …..…….. 1-800-663-3456 Hudson’s Hope Gas—Alabama………....…205-425-3855 Shell Canada - 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.
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
A copy of the July 2010 Hudson's Hope Bulletin