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Thousands of updated fabrics to choose from. No need to go to Vancouver, we have it all! We even do custom made furniture. OPEN Monday Friday 8:30-5

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To:

Ava and Sophia, Merry Christmas. May all your dreams come true in 2012!

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E C I T O N C I L B U P Monkey Business on 224th Street won for best painted window.

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Best dressed windows T he winners of the Downtown Maple Ridge Business Improvement Association Christmas window display contest have been picked. There three different categories this year: animated display, painted window and product display. “Thanks to all the downtown business owners who really went all out and put together a fantastic assortment of beautiful displays,” said Ineke Boekhorst, executive director of the DMRBIA. “It was really hard to pick winners, and we were happy that some of the shoppers contacted us with valuable suggestions.” Winner of the animated display: T’s in Haney Place Mall. “You’ve got to have a look at T’s display, it’s only small, but it’s absolutely adorable, complete with moving Santa and his enormous list of names,” Boekhorst said. Winner of the painted window category:

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Monkey Business on 224th Street. “Where the little monkeys are having a great time dressing up the tree.” Winner of the product display window: Maple Ridge Florist. “Of course Gail and her crew always have a marvelous display, but this year they seem to have outdone themselves. You have to have a look, by day or by night, it’s absolutely smashing.” Each won a $50 gift certificate to any downtown Maple Ridge business. Runners up: • Harris and Leib Insurance; • Johnson Meier Insurance; • Cythera’s Unique Boutique; • Little Cricket; • Europe Bakery and Deli; • Dr. Maplethorp; •Blenz; • Benjamin Moore. About 100 business participated.

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To: Shane and Jen, Thank you for selling your kitchen aid mixer to my husband. I have turned into quite the baker. My favorite things to bake are cookies and cheese cake.

Merry Christmas!! From:

Denise, Danny, and Dione

Valley Fair Mall 604-463-3443

Sunday

We invite you to

Dec. 25 CHRISTMAS DAY CLOSED

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Tuesday

Dec. 26 BOXING DAY MALL

Wednesday

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Dec. 27 MALL

Dec. 28 MALL

Dec. 29 MALL

Dec. 30 MALL

9:30 - 5:30

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SANTA

Dec. 31 NEW YEARS EVE MALL

9:30 - 5:30

Jan 1 NEW YEARS DAY CLOSED

9:30 - 5:00

Jan 2 REGULAR MALL HOURS RESUME

Jan 3 HOURS 9:30 - 5:30

9:30 - 5:30

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All stores are open and fully accessible during construction. Thank you for your patience.

SPECIALTY KIOSKS

SANTA until December 24

Art Vargas Glass Blowing Studio

JW Marketing & Sales

A-Z Creative Crafts

Katherine Designs

Calendar Club

Linda Jones Photography

Canadian Sky Trading Ltd

Santa’s Visitors Receive

FREE Gifts & Holiday Treats

- Santa’s Photos

Cell Planet

Mass Well Gifts

Christmas Hamper Society - Gift Box

Ridge Meadows Hospice Society - Gift Wrapping

E&E Trading Co.

Salvation Army Kettle Campaign

Emily & Art Crafts Oil Paintings

Simic Fashions

Golden Shore Enterprises Ltd

Sincere Arts & Crafts

HBN Gifts

Sunmaple Enterprises

JR Lin Fashion

Woolly Wool Sheepskin

(while quantities last)

DIGITAL PHOTOS 3 sheet Package $40 or $15 One Pose – Your Choice 1 - 8x10 or 2 - 5x7 or 3 - 4x6 or 4 - 3 1/2 x 5 or 9 - Wallet Size CD’s $15 or $10 With purchase of 1 pose

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New store NOW OPEN – Vita Ink & Toner next to Marlin Travel 604-479-1268

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Food bank scores Members of the Ridge Meadows Rustlers bantam A2 hockey team helped package $5 food bags with products supplied by Save-On Foods and sold them to customers for the Friends in Need Food Bank last on Dec. 11 at Westgate Centre. In two and a half hours, the team and Save-On Foods raised $1,300 for the food bank (friendsneedfood.com).

What to do with old toaster? With the Christmas just days away,, toasters, blenders and other small appliances are sure to change hands, prompting a proud new owner to ask, “What do I do with my old small appliance?” Unplugged, the Small Appliance Recycling Program, gives British Columbians an environmentally-friendly alternative to trashing their old toaster or binning that blender this

holiday season. The first small appliance recycling program of its kind in Canada, and the only government-approved program in B.C., Unplugged recycles over 120 small appliances, and has over 100 collection locations across the province. The program operates on a non-profit basis. • More info.: unpluggedrecycling.ca.

J beverly hills CHRISTMAS GIFT PACKS NOW AVAILABLE Come in to experience this new & exciting product line. Botanically based, organically infused, sulphate & paraben free. Exclusive to Maple Ridge! • Christmas 2011 •

To all of our valued clients, family & friends, we wish you the best of the holiday season. #9 - 20306 Dewdney Trunk Rd., Maple Ridge

Tara Elliott JewelleryAvailable Gift CardsAvailable • New Clients Welcome Check out our website: www.kadixhairdesign.com

604.465.6631


Holiday Greetings - THE NEWS -- Wednesday, December 21, 2011 -- B7

To:

Carter and Jada

Merry Christmas, Love: Mommy and Daddy

All I want for Christmas...is at Kanaka

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Monday - Thursday 10–5 Friday 10–6 December 21, 22, 23, 10-8 Closed December 25, 26 & 27

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604 465 3777 www.kanakadiamond.com LOUGHEEDHWY

CUSTOM HOME and HOME IMPROVEMENT SPECIALISTS

We will be closed for Staff Holidays

Happy Holidays

Dec. 24 thru Jan. 2 Re-Opening January 3, 2012

Purchasing or Selling a Home? Put our professional team to work for you! Services provided • Conveyancing (property sales/purchases) • Notarizations • Wills/Powers of Attorney • Mortgages (New/Refinance) • Subdivisions • Easement

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t can be easy being green – especially during the holiday season. Metro Vancouver Regional District board of directors chairperson Lois Jackson is encouraging everyone to be “green angels” this season, and to think about giving gifts that create memories, not garbage. Snowboarding tickets, passes to the opera or theatre, or a gift certificate for bungee jumping are just some of the ideas the regional district suggests to encouraging

green giving. “This year, create memories with the people you love,” Jackson said. “We can continue to celebrate different cultural and religious traditions by making gift choices that reduce garbage and help protect the environment. This holiday season, you can be a green angel, too.” This marks the fourth year in a row that Metro Vancouver and its member municipalities are encouraging residents to have a festive and sustainable holiday season. “Consider that what you purchase will eventually

need to be disposed of ... think about buying higher quality, more durable gifts. Or, give experiences rather than gifts.” Other green gifts the regional district suggests include: a family skating outing; hosting a dinner for all your friends; treating someone to a live performance (theatre, opera, music concert, comedy); - teaching a new skill (cooking, snowboarding, etc.); making a donation in someone’s name to a cause they support. • www.metrovancouver.org

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2 LOCATIONS: Haney Place Mall ~ 604-467-4887 87 #5 - 22935 Lougheed Hwy ~ 604-467-4887

s the days gets shorter and the weather gets colder, energy demand across the province almost doubles as people turn up the heat and keep lights and electronics on for longer. Space heating costs alone can account for from 40 to 50 per cent of the average electricity bill depending on how customers heat their homes. B.C. Hydro’s top seven energy-efficient home-heating and lighting tips to help keep your bills low: • Draft-proof your home – Seal gaps and cracks with caulking and weather stripping to keep the heat inside your home, reducing heat loss by up to 10 per cent. • Manage your thermostat – Install a programmable thermostat. Heating costs rise about five per cent for every degree above 20 degrees C that you set your thermostat.

• Shade your windows – Using blinds or drapes on your windows provide insulation in the winter and summer. Heat loss from windows can account for 10-25 per cent of your heating bill in winter. • Maintain your heating system – Tune up your heating equipment and continue to give it regular maintenance. • Add or upgrade insulation – Start in areas that lose the most heat, such as attics, basements and crawl spaces. • Ensure your fireplace is efficient – With wood-burning fireplaces, close the damper tightly when the fireplace is not in use. If you use the fireplace only occasionally, install glass doors. • Use energy-efficient lighting – LEDs use at least 75 per cent less energy than incandescent lighting and can last about 20 years based on average household use.

Best of the Holidays from all of us at

FINDLAY • GUNNELL • SANDOR Barristers & Solicitors FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION

Bart R. Findlay

Martha Sandor

• Guaranteed Mufflers • Shocks • Brakes • General Auto Repair • Suspension

Our preferred areas of practice include: • ICBC • Personal Injury • Slip and Fall • Estate Litigation

Robert J. Gunnell

(Watch for us back in our original location soon)

• Criminal Defence • Impaired Driving • Wills and Estate Planning • Probate

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year wishing everyone all the best for 2012

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Holiday Greetings - THE NEWS -- Wednesday, December 21, 2011 -- B9 The Winter Wonderland runs three dates at the renovated arena complex on South Bonson Road.

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itt Meadows Arenas will be transforming the Maple Ridge Chrysler Rink into a Winter Wonderland on ice, Dec. 24, 27 and 28 . Enjoy the lights, trees and Christmas magic, kids can skate, push carts on the ice and parents can pull kids in sleds. Buggies and strollers are welcome, but please clean off the wheels. There will be a hot chocolate stand and lots of fun during the holiday season. The Tim Hortons community cruiser will be at the arena on Dec. 27, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., serving free hot chocolate and coffee. Winter Wonderland dates and times: • Dec. 24 – 9 to 11 a.m., 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., and 2 to 4 p.m.; • Dec. 27 and 28 –9 to 11 a.m., 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., 2 to 4 p.m., 4:30 to 6:30 p.m., and

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7-9 p.m. Cost is $2 per person. Everyone welcome to all sessions. All patrons must be wearing ice skates, except small children in sleds. All children 12 and under must wear helmets. Skate and helmet rentals are available at the skate shop in the main lobby. Additional holiday public skate times: • Wednesday, Dec. 21 – 11:15 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.; • Thursday, Dec. 22 – 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. No public skating Dec. 24, 25, 31 or Jan. 1. Watch for special public skating times, regular hockey drop-in and stick and puck times for the month of December and throughout the Christmas holiday season at www.pittmeadowsarena.com.

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Holiday Greetings The Total Body Training team would like to extend warm holiday greetings to all our past and present clients. Thank-you for inspiring us everyday with your energy and your commitment to your health and ¿tness! We hope your holidays are ¿lled with magical moments shared with family and friends.

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Season’s Greetings & Happy Holidays TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS

SUPER SPECIAL Chicken Chow Mein Chicken Fried Rice $ Sweet & Sour Pork For Pick Up & Delivery Only

18.95

We look forward to serving you this holiday season and in 2012 22425 North Ave., Maple Ridge www.kingskitchen.ca

604.467.9488

12 holiday safety tips T

he Canadian Association of Fire Chiefs has released its list of top tips for holiday fire and carbon monoxide safety. The “12 Days of Holiday Fire Safety” campaign is a compilation of what the CAFC says, based on its unique insights, are the things homeowners need to be extra vigilant about this time of year. According to the CAFC, it’s the small things that can make a big difference in saving lives. “Install smoke and carbon monoxide alarms, never tam-

per with them, change batteries, replace smoke alarms every 10 years and CO alarms every seven years. All these messages and others can never be stated too often,” says Fire Chief Rob Simonds, president of the CAFC. As well, the CAFC is introducing a limited edition Christmas ornament that features the image of beloved fire dog, Sparky. “We want the Sparky ball to be a symbol of holiday fire and carbon monoxide safety,” he says. The 12 Days of Holiday Fire

Safety provides tips against seasonal risks as well as year round precautions. “It’s important to take precautions with the things we enjoy most about the festive season such as candles, holiday lights and cooking because they increase the risk of home fires,” says Carol Heller, a home safety specialist with Kidde Canada and partner to the CAFC. “The drop in temperature is also a contributor to the increased incidence of carbon monoxide exposure.”

Seasons Greetings

FROM THE STAFF AT JOHNSTON MEIER INSURANCE PITT MEADOWS

from Maple Ridge Christian School to Our Community

Johnston Meier

Insurance Agencies Ltd.

Maple Ridge Christian School is a community of families and teachers deeply committed to quality Christian education for their children. Our curriculum spans pre-school to grade 12 and immerses students in strong academic, athletic and arts programs taught from a fully developed biblical world-view.

Join us for our Open House Jan. 12, 2012 1-3pm and 6-8pm

INSURANCE SPECIALISTS

Call us today to find out more.

Maple Ridge Christian School

Serving the needs of Pitt Meadows for over 19 years.

December 24 9 - 3pm, December 25 & 26 Closed, December 27 Open Regular Hours, December 31 9 - 3pm January 1 Closed Open January 2, 2012 regular hours

12140–203 Street Maple Ridge 604-465-4442

Meadow Vale Shopping Centre

604-465-5507

mrcs.ca


Holiday Greetings - THE NEWS -- Wednesday, December 21, 2011 -- B11

Plan for safe ride home Christmas Wishes ENTIRE INVENTORY ON SALE I do come true

s it your turn to be the designated driver? The province, police and ICBC have launched the December impaired driving CounterAttack campaign, and that’s the question they want drivers to ask themselves this holiday season. Plan for a safe ride home and share the responsibility of being the designated driver to help make sure your friends and family get home safely. Police will be conducting CounterAttack road checks across the province in December to raise awareness and help reduce impaired driving crashes. On average, 127 lives are lost in impairedrelated crashes each year in B.C. “Celebrating with family and friends is an important part of the holidays,” said Shirley Bond, Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General. “And getting home safely should be part of everyone’s holiday planning. We know that B.C.’s tougher impaired driving laws are working – 45 fewer people have lost their lives since the legislation was introduced last year. We are making great progress and we are committed to building on that success.” Police will be out in full force across the province conducting CounterAttack road checks, said Chief Constable Jamie Graham, Victoria Police and Chair of the B.C. Association of Chiefs of Police Traffic Safety Committee. “As police officers, we see the heartbreaking effects of impaired driving all too often, and we know how easily it can be prevented,” he added. Jon Schubert, ICBC’s president and CEO,

said: “We want everyone to enjoy their holiday season festivities with friends and family, but do it responsibly – plan ahead for a safe ride home. “There are so many alternatives. Set an example – take your turn to be the designated driver. Your smart driving decisions can have a significant influence on others.” ICBC supports CounterAttack through enhanced police enforcement and an awareness campaign, and provides CounterAttack materials to businesses, sports facilities and community groups to help prevent impaired driving. ICBC also lends support to Operation Red Nose, a volunteer service in 12 communities across B.C. that provides safe rides home to drivers who have been drinking or feel unfit to drive during the holiday season. Operation Red Nose is available in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows. This year it is expected Operation Red Nose Ridge-Meadows will surpass the 1,000 rides mark and overtake last year’s total to reach 450 rides. On it first weekend of operation this year, the service gave 47 rides home. It gave 84 rides home on Dec. 9 and 10. It operated again last weekend. Its last day is Dec. 31, from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. • To book a ride call 604-515-6673 or 1-877-604-NOSE, or go to www.operationrednose.com for more information. • For holiday season driving tips and more on the CounterAttack campaign, visit icbc.com.

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CHRISTMAS RING Modern white gold intertwining design with three bands of round and baguette cut diamonds totaling 1/3 of a carat. Reg. $600 Only gemologist and goldsmith in Maple Ridge

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#115-22470 Dewdney Trk. (By the Library) 604.466.1477 Christmas Hours: Mon-Fri 10-5:30 • Sat 10-5:00 • Sun 12-4:00

Christmas

A time for giving. A time for sharing. A time to say thank you. From the management & staff at

Ernest’s Hair Handlers a very special wish for a wonderful festive season filled with happiness and good health.

22709 Lougheed Hwy., Valley Fair Mall North entrance - across from Loonie Plus

Hair Handlers

604-463-3403

Come in and allow our experienced and talented staff make you look and feel extra beautiful for the holiday season!

Specializing in Up-to-date techniques, including: • Multi-dimensional colouring • Foiling • Streaking • Razor & clipper cuts • Regular & specialty perms • Roller sets • Long & short hair up-dos

All the best for the Holiday Season to all our clients, families & friends

Pick k from our instore displa ays oliday design ns. or order from our Ho Two locations to serve you: 20492 Lougheed Highway 604-465-8600 22490 Lougheed Highway 604-463-8158


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Maple Ridge/ Pitt Meadows Community Services www.comservice.bc.ca

604-467-6911

9th Annual Country Christmas Benefit Concert for Meals on Wheels – Nov. 26, 2011

Thank you We would like to thank all the talented performers, our sponsors, our staff, the many volunteers and The ACT Theatre for making this Concert a resounding success. Your generosity is greatly appreciated. We raised close to $10,000 from our concert that will directly support Meals-on-Wheels! Special Thanks to Rob Hess for producing, organizing, and performing in the Christmas Concert, and to the decorating and technical staff who donated their time to make this event a success. Thanks to our performers: Rob Hess, the All Star Cloggers, Christmas Swing, Hula Ka’Uhane O Ka Pakipika, Nicki Meier, The Wightmans & Friends, Geoff Robertson, and Natasha Zimbaro. PLATINUM

Kiwanis Club of Golden Ears Haney Rotary

Rotary Club of Meadow Ridge

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Pitt Meadows Lions Club

Johnston Meier Insurance Agencies Group

Vancity Savings Maple Ridge/Pitt Meadows

EPR Certified General Accountants

SILVER North American Telecommunications, Fraternal Order of Eagles BRONZE Kevin Harman CONCERT TICKET SPONSORS Colette Madsen, Al Pasqualotto ADVERTISING/OTHER The Maple Ridge/Pitt Meadows News, Sure Print & Copy Centre, Judy Vaughan, JRfm 93.7, Tim & Michael Schafli, Maureen Axton

8th Annual Silent Auction- Nov. 26, 2011

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Find unique Christmas gifts at the Maple Ridge art gallery, like jewellry by Alanza Lanzarotta.

Artistic Christmas gifts T

he Maple Ridge Art Gallery Gift Shop offers great gift ideas for local shoppers in search of holiday cheer. There’s no need to brave slippery streets and wintry winds all the way to downtown Vancouver for your annual Christmas shopping event. The Maple Ridge Art Gallery Gift Shop, located inside The Arts Centre and The-

atre, offers an amazing array of quality hand-crafted items made by both local and regional artists. What’s more, in checking out the shop you’ll have an opportunity to support some of the most accomplished Maple Ridge artisans.

Artisan highlights One of shop’s most popular lines is the hand-crafted von

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MR. SPARKS Auto Electric (1994 LTD)

Thank you

Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

We would like to thank all our sponsors, our staff, and the many volunteers for making this Silent Auction a resounding success. Your generosity is greatly appreciated. We raised $4,000 from our Silent Auction for Maple Ridge/Pitt Meadows Community Services!

Gunnar, Janet, Lynn, Collin, Mike, John, Casey, Jani and Randy

Our Generous Sponsors A & W Rest., M.R. Accent Glass Al London Bella Vita Restaurant Betty Macri Billy Miner Pub & Ale House Black, Dr. K.M., Inc. Blueline Sports Bucknell, Dr. Jason (Active Life Chiropractic Wellness Clinic) Buffalo Club Bar & Grill Canadian Tire – M.R. Capilano Suspension Bridge Cecile Vesa Charlotte Kingsbury Colette Madsen CollabMail.ca Comfort Inn Downtown Cooper’s Foods, M.R. CUPE, Local 3941 Donna Clay Duran, James, R.M.T., Partners in Heath E-One Moli Energy Ltd. ECL Computing Fantacy Baskets, Karen Minaker Firefly Fine Wines & Ales Firefly Photo Gertie Goudswaard Gil Hamilton

Haney Sewing & Sound Ltd. Harbour Cruises Helly Hansen Hope, Antje - Epic Yoga Studio Jenifer Wright, Arbonne Independent Consult Jennifer Marie Photography Joanne Leginus KEEPS Lana Wakelam - Partylite Lava Dining and Lounge Lene Fraser LeSoleil Hotel London Drugs, Valley Fair Lynn Malbeuf MacDonald, Dr. Angela Partners in Health Maple Ridge Carpet One Maple Ridge Pitt Meadows Arts Council McEachern, Harris & Brown Minter Gardens Mont & Associates Nixie Kriel Obri Day Spa OK Tire (Pt. Coq.) Otter Co-op at P.M. Pacific Eye Doctors Patterson Schultz Colley Volpatti Phil’s Engraving at Town

Square Cobbler Rachel Allen Ramada Inn, P.M. Red Robin, M.R. Red Salon, M.R. Revs Bowling Centre R.M. Parks & Leisure Roast Bistro Rona, Coq. Rona, M.R. Rosedale on Robson Ryan Kell Ryan Ross Save on Foods (Valley Fair) Shirley Fowler Shoppers Drug Mart, M.R. Sofko, Gary, RMT, Center Point Staples Advantage Canada Starbucks (227th & DTR) Starbucks (240th & DTR) TAG Financial The Keg - M.R. Triple Tree Nurseryland Van Ooyen, Emily, RMT, Partners in Health Wes’ Tattoos Westminster Savings Wile Play Element Parks Wilson, Dr. Mike, RMT (Active LIfe Chiropractic Wellness) Wood Wyant Inc.

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To: Nic If anyone would have asked me where I would have been I really got to tell you I never imagined being here with a woman I am so in love with, with three beautiful children. I want so much to wish you, Nic, a Merry Christmas and I am so glad that you are in my life and have brought me so much love and joy.

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the Staff at Pitt Meadows Arena Complex would like to wish you a

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year Winter Wonderland The Pitt Meadows Arena Complex (PMAC) will be transforming the Maple Ridge Chrysler Rink into a Winter Wonderland on ice. Enjoy the lights, trees and Christmas magic. Kids can skate, push carts on the ice and parents can pull kids in sleds. Buggies/strollers are welcome, please clean off the wheels. There will be a hot chocolate stand and lots of fun during the holiday season. Tim Horton’s community cruiser will be onsite at the arena on Dec 27th, 2011, 11:30am to 1:30pm. They will be serving free hot chocolate and coffee.

Winter Wonderland will operate during the following dates and times: December 24th 9:00-11:00 AM ~ 11:30 AM-1:30 PM ~ 2:00-4:00 PM December 27th & 28th 9:00-11:00 AM ~ 11:30 AM-1:30 PM ~ 2:00-4:00 PM ~ 4:30-6:30 PM ~ 7:00-9:00 PM Fee-$2.00 per person Everyone welcome to all sessions. Please note: All patrons must be wearing ice skates. Small children only in sleds and all children 12 and under must wear helmets. Skate and helmet rentals are available at the Skate Shop, located in the main lobby.

Additional Holiday Public Skate Times Wednesday, Dec 21 11:15am-12:45pm • Thursday, Dec 22 6pm-7:30pm

No Public Skating December 24, 25, December 31 and January 1 Watch for special public skating times, regular hockey drop-in and stick and puck times for the month of December and throughout the Christmas holiday season. Visit our website at: www.pittmeadowsarena.com

Pitt Meadows Arena Complex

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B14 -- Wednesday, December 21, 2011 -- THE NEWS - Holiday Greetings

To:

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Christmas and Happy Birthda to the two lo y ves of my life !

Love Ya,

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Merry Christmas & Happy Birthday To the man that makes my life complete in every way!

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Holiday Greetings - THE NEWS -- Wednesday, December 21, 2011 -- B15

Find free-range turkeys S ome parts of the day, they’ll grub around in the grass looking for insects, bits of grain or grass and whatever else they can find. Of if it’s too hot or cold, they’ll go back inside the barn, where they can get more feed. At Skye-Hi Farms in Yarrow, it’s basically their choice. As free-range turkeys, hens mostly, the birds get to do whatever they please – until the big day comes when they’re carted off to the processors to become Christmas or Thanksgiving dinners. Trevor Allen is a former Maple Ridge resident who used to operate Skye-Hi Farms on Gilker Hill, just off Kanaka Way. Now he’s doing the same thing on a larger scale in the lush fields of Yarrow, near Chilliwack, where the lifestyle is idyllic as it gets if you’re a farm animal. The birds spend their nights in clean barns, then in the morning are let out to graze around in the grass to their heart’s content. They’re not fed any medications or growth hormones and are certified free-range. While Skye-Hi has left Maple Ridge, Meridian Meats’ Maple Ridge location on Lougheed Highway, a few kilometres from the old farm, remains its biggest customer. Josh Penner at Meridian Meats says the turkeys sell for about $4.50 a pound and are worth the extra cents per pound. “They are the best turkeys. They are the juiciest turkeys.” Part of the appeal of ordering a free-range turkey is that people know the animals are raised in optimal conditions. And eating an unmedicated bird with no growth hormones is another bonus. “People are more health conscious, there’s no doubt about it,” said Penner. The Skye-Hi birds are the only certified free-

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Free-range turkeys at Skye-Hi Farms in Yarrow.

range birds that he knows of that are sold in stores, he says. And Meridian Meats buys all of them, this year 700 birds, about five times from a decade ago. To show people the conditions of the freerange birds, Penner has posted a video on his website, http://meridianmeats.ca/, showing Skye-Hi Farms operation. Meridian also sells about 300 free-run birds that come from Rossdown Farms in Abbotsford. Free-run turkeys stay in the barn confines, although they can run where they please. People like to know where their food comes from, says Penner. It’s one family business supporting another family business. At Hopcott Premium Meats, free-run turkeys from JD Farms in Langley are also available.

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Help feed birds in winter

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Dr. Bita Bayanpour and staff would like to extend a happy holidays to all our clients, family & friends and all the best for the New Year!

old weather and snow is making its seasonal appearance over much of Canada, making it increasingly difficult for birds to find enough food. The Humane Society of Canada says that people and birds can both benefit when humans assist their feathered friends by supplying them with a continual supply of quality bird feed. According to Al Hickey, with the Humane Society of Canada, it is a good idea to learn what species of birds live in your area, then find out what types of feed would be good for them. “To learn about local species of birds and the foods they like, you can talk to employees who sell bird feed, as well as local nature and bird watching groups and animal protection organizations.” According to HSC Executive Director Michael O’Sullivan, it may take a while for birds to discover their new food source, but says that they will find bird feeders and gratefully return on a regular basis.

“It is important to ensure that once you start supplying local birds with food that you keep food in the feeder until the birds’ natural food supplies become plentiful once again in the spring.”

Tree chipping fundraiser

R New Patients Welcome Evening & Saturday Appointments

Make sure to keep feeders stocked.

idge Meadows Search and Rescue will hold its annual Christmas tree chipping fundraiser again in January. Bring trees to the search and rescue building at 23598, on 105th Avenue, beside Planet Ice in Maple Ridge on Jan. 7-8 and 14-15, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tree pick-up service can be requested by sending an

email to scoutchipping@ gmail.com, including your name, phone number, address and preferred date (Jan. 8-9, 15- 16). A minimum $10 donation is required for the tree pickup service. All chipping is by donation. Bartlett Tree Experts supplies the chipper and truck. This event is the search

and rescue team’s largest fundraiser of the year. Ridge Meadows Search and Rescue is a volunteer group, one 80 such groups in B.C. Its members respond to calls from local law enforcement to wilderness and urban searches and rescues. Golden Ears Provincial Park is the location of many of the team’s responses.

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Holiday Greetings - THE NEWS -- Wednesday, December 21, 2011 -- B17

Top 10 ways to stop Grinches

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he holiday season is upon us and so are Grinches and Scrooges out to take your money by unsavory means. Whether you are online or in a store, BBB advises consumers to be on the lookout for scammers and know the company’s policies before you pay. Take steps to avoid common problems such as items that can’t be returned, gift cards that can’t be used and orders that never arrive: 1. Think twice before clicking a link sent to you via email as they could lead to viruses and allow Grinches to get your personal and banking information. Check www.mbc.bbb.org for safe websites and stores. 2. Make sure to check out the businesses privacy policy before giving out personal information. If shopping online, be sure your computer has the most up to date anti- spyware. 3. Keep all your receipts and read the fine print: Online businesses are required by law to send you your product within 30 days unless otherwise stated or you do get your money back. Understand that refund and exchange policies can differ significantly from one seller to another. 4. Pay with a credit card, instead of cash or bank card: If it’s a scam you’ll have record of it and are more likely to get your money back, dispute the charges if you don’t receive the item or dispute charges made to your account. No other form of payment offers this. Also make sure to check your credit card statements often and not just when your bill comes in. 5. Beware of gift card scams: Con artists can get important numbers off of the gift cards before you have even bought them by scanning the identifying number

before hand. They can then go onto the website and see when it is activated, once activated they can use your gift card to purchase items. Instead, ask for gift cards behind the counter instead of the ones displayed and use your gift cards as soon as possible. 6. Don’t leave your purchases in plain sight in your car: The holidays are a car thief’s prime time to break in and steal your purchases. So either remove your purchases from your car or make sure they are out of sight. Unlike the Dr. Seuss story those gifts wont be returned by the Grinch to your car because his heart has suddenly grown. 7. Verify validities of charities The sneakiest Scrooges will often adopt a similar name to known charities, so make sure you do your research and always make out your payment to the charity and not individual solicitors. 8. Make a list and check it twice: Often consumers will head out to the malls and spend more money than intended, so make a list of what you want to spend and keep track of how much you are spending. 9. If going with a layaway plan check out their policy, and if they are BBB accredited: Layaway is an excellent option when paying for something pricier make sure to find out all the details, like how much you need to put down, interest costs, when payments are due, and their return policy so that there are no surprises at the end. 10. Beware of deals that sound to good to be true. They probably are: When shopping online there are hundreds of website offering to beat out the next website with their own deals. Make sure to check if the website is legitimate. Sometimes paying less can often cost you more.

Best of the Season to you and yours from all of us. Alan C. Thompson

Brian R. Marshall

David Riddell

Laurence Anderson

VERNON & THOMPSON LAW GROUP

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We will be closed Dec. 26, 27 & 28 Dec. 23 - Closing at 1pm. Dec. 30 - Closing at 3pm Back Open January 3rd.

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B18 -- Wednesday, December 21, 2011 -- THE NEWS - Holiday Greetings

Maple Ridge Lions Club would like to THANK all our supporters who have helped us help others!

We wish you Happy Holidays and Seasons Greetings! We look forward to assisting our community in 2012

LOOKING FOR THE PERFECT CHRISTMAS GIFT? Community Giving Cards are a unique way of sharing the Christmas spirit in your own community. By making a donation to Community Services in honour of someone on your list, you and your gift are helping to deliver hot, nutritious meals and outreach and support services to seniors in the communities of Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows.

Community Giving Cards

are readily available at Maple Ridge/Pitt Meadows Community Services. Please ask us about them.

www.comservice.bc.ca • 604.467.6911

Make this Christmas safe

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t’s that time of year again, when we stock our fridges with egg nog and rush off to local stores to find the best deals on Christmas gifts for loved ones. The holiday season is a time for fun, family and festivity, so don’t let criminals ruin your holiday cheer. In order to avoid heartaches and disappointments, here are a few precautions, courtesy of the RCMP, that people should keep in mind when venturing out during the holidays. If you prefer to use cash for your purchases and plan on stopping by a bank on the way to the mall, don’t withdraw more money than you need. Having large sums of cash on you isn’t recommended as thieves have been known to target parking lots around financial institutions. Earlier this year distraction thefts were occurring to people who had recently left banks after withdrawing large sums of cash. Once at the mall, parents are reminded to keep an eye on their little ones and to never use stores, displays or video arcades as a baby-sitter. Sadly, children are abducted every year, often in malls or department stores. Have a plan of action and ensure your children understand it in the event they become separated from you. Suggest that they make their way to the nearest cashier to tell them they are lost and to stay there for assistance. Leaving your children unattended in shopping carts while you shop is not recommended as this can lead to injuries from children falling out of the carts. Strapping your child into the cart is a good idea, but please be aware that this may still be hazardous to your children as they may struggle to get out and tip the cart over in the process. In order to put a damper on pickpockets and thieves that may be wandering through the mall, follow these simple rules: • men should carry their wallets in their

front pockets as opposed to their back pockets or jackets; • women should carry their purses close to their body, but should not wrap their purse straps around themselves – doing so could cause you to be dragged down to the ground in the event that your purse is snatched; • avoid using revolving doors as thieves with good timing can grab your parcels and get away by the time it takes you to emerge; • never leave your purchases unattended, even for a short period of time. Parking is almost always a problem when it comes to the holiday season. If possible, park under lighting and close to entrances and exits. Under no circumstances should you leave your children unattended in your vehicle, even for a short period of time. Place your purchases in your trunk to avoid drawing attention to your vehicle. Know that if you place your purchases in the back seat you may return to your vehicle to find your windows smashed and all of your gifts stolen. If you use a GPS to assist you in getting from one place to another, a good idea is to remove it from plain view as well or take it with you while you shop. When your day of shopping is over , a good practice is to have your keys ready when you approach your vehicle. By doing so you avoid the clumsiness of trying to find your keys and juggling with your shopping bags, which delays getting into your vehicle. If you feel uncomfortable about walking to your vehicle alone in the dark, consider asking a security guard to escort you. And last, but certainly not least, if you’re going to be heading out to office Christmas parties or get-togethers with family and friends, please don’t drink and drive. Counter Attack check stops which focus on impaired driving enforcement will be in full effect in a continued effort to save lives.

from our family to yours... We wish you and your pets a very Merry Christmas. Here’s hoping the New Year is filled with health and happiness in the company of good friends and family. ...from all the staff and our “Furry Friends” at Alouette Animal Hospital

Visit our Pet’s Pause Gift Shop... for all your pet’s stocking stuffers!

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B20 -- Wednesday, December 21, 2011 -- THE NEWS - Holiday Greetings

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