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Seniors have a great opportunity to get out, enjoy the sun, make new friends and try new activities this summer at a picnic event catered just to them. The City of Kamloops and the Seniors Outreach Society invite all seniors to attend the 2013 Seniors’ Picnic at McDonald Park, where they can be a part of a fun afternoon full of activities such as bocce, Tai Chi, croquet, water games and more. “It is so well organized,” says Irene Hawkins, who

attended the picnic last year. “We had a wonderful time. The gals serving were just absolutely fantastic and so kind. They set us up under tress, out of the sun, and moved us when the sun moved! They just couldn’t do enough to help us.” A free BBQ lunch is one of the highlights of the picnic and according to Irene the food and service were impressive. “The food was just delicious,” shares Irene. “We thought we would be going up to help ourselves, but they served us at the table and made it such a lovely

experience, such a beautiful day. But really it’s not the weather that made it so great – it’s the people. We all felt so welcome.” Irene isn’t the only past attendee who looks forward to this annual event. For many it’s one of their favourites of the year. “You know it’s a great event when you get phone calls months ahead from people wondering if we’re doing it again and when it will be!” says Lynn Burrows, Supervisor of Client Services at the Seniors Outreach Society. “Seniors can feel isolated, and for many this is when they get to catch up with old friends.” This year’s picnic is

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RIH renovating Child Psychiatric Unit Interior Health has posted a Request for Proposals for consultant services to renovate the current pediatric unit on 5 South at Royal Inland Hospital to better meet the needs of both general pediatric and child psychiatry patients. “These renovations will help ensure the environment at Royal Inland is safe and comfortable for some of our youngest and most vulnerable patients,” says Health Minister Terry Lake. The successful proponent will provide design and construction

consulting services to transform two existing psychiatric inpatient rooms, a consultation area and the staff room on the pediatric unit into an integrated space with a private consultation room and a comfortable youth lounge area. “Children and their families deserve the best care possible. The redevelopment of the pediatric psychiatry area will allow clinicians to provide the necessary care in an environment that is both welcoming and allows for appropriate clinical supports,” says Kamloops-South MLA

Todd Stone. The renovation project will include creation of a new quiet room for observation. A dedicated washroom, shower and nurse’s station will also be built into the unit. The existing outdoor recreational area on a patio off 5 South will be renovated to create a more welcoming space for all children, youth and their families to use. Budgets and timelines will be finalized once planning is complete.

Young athletes earn money for post-secondary The Kamloops Youth Soccer Association announced the names of the recipients of ten 2013 scholarship awards. Congratulations to Jennifer Russell of Westsyde Secondary; Larissa Piva, Jacob Coelho and Jake Bainas of South Kamloops Secondary; Taylor McDonald, Tahanni Wou, Olivia Merritt and Eric Heichert of Sa-Hali Secondary; Kaitlyn Kokoska of Valleyview Secondary; and Jordy Hamer-Jackson of NorKam. Each recipient will receive a $500 contribution toward his or her post-secondary education fees. This is the most awards the KYSA has given out in a single year – two more than last year, which was a record number at that time. “We feel we have acknowledged some outstanding student-athletes once again,” says KYSA President, Graham Cope, who also chairs the Scholarship

Awards Selection Committee. “As usual, we received more applications than we had awards and some difficult decisions had to be made. The quality of the candidates just gets better and better, year-after-year. We just wish we had more money to hand out so that we could recognize and assist more excellent graduates.” Award recipients are selected using a variety of criteria, which extends beyond their playing ability. Such benchmarks include an applicant’s scholastic achievements, involvement in community activities, volunteer work, and assisting with school projects. Their contributions back to the game in the form of coaching or refereeing or helping run events and programs are also taken into consideration. Award recipients must provide proof of registration in an approved post-secondary institute to receive payment of their scholarship.


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New Sport Tourism coordinator for Kamloops Tourism Kamloops has welcomed Patrick O’Donovan as the new Sport Tourism Coordinator effective July 2.  Patrick has a keen interest for sports in Kamloops, and has been actively involved in the local sporting community, most specifically as a long time curling enthusiast. Patrick will work closely with the City of Kamloops’ Tournament Capital team and the Kamloops Sports Council to support sporting events scheduled in Kamloops and will take an active role in supporting sport-hosting bids for future events.  Patrick will also assist in connecting Tourism Kamloops with local, provincial and national sport organizing associations and will engage with the Kamloops accommodators to maximize benefits from overall sport tourism opportunities. The City of Kamloops continues to be a leader within Canada in the sport tourism

industry and has proven success in delivering an exceptional sport tourism experience.  As one of the fastest emerging sectors in the country, it is important that Tourism Kamloops continues to develop sport tourism in Kamloops.  Tourism Kamloops looks forward to supporting the hosting efforts for the BC Seniors Games in August and the 2014 Tim Horton’s Brier in March.

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Spread the word: BIG Little Science Centre has a new home! BIG Little Science Centre has a new home! The Big Little Science Centre (BLSC) has moved and re-opens at Happyvale School, 655 Holt Street on Tuesday July 9 at 10:00am with regular hours of operation from Tuesday to Saturday, 10:00am to 4:00pm. Summer hours include daily hands-on fun in the Exploration Rooms and interactive science shows at 11:00am and 1:30pm. Summer science camps, birthday parties and special events will also be available. Information and registration forms for the camps are available on their website at blscs.org. Up-to-the-minute event information is always available on their public Facebook page, and although the street address is changing, the BLSC mailing address, phone number and website will all remain the same. Help make the BLSC the #1 City of Kamloops attraction on Trip Advisor! You can submit your review at: tripadvisor.ca/Attractions-g154932Activities-Kamloops_British_ Columbia.html. The BIG Little Science Centre Society appreciates your support.

An amazing group of workers, mostly volunteer, helped out with BLSC’s move including Adele, pictured left in one of the new lab rooms.

Adult Reading Club turns up the heat The TNRD Library System is once again inviting readers to join the Adult Summer Reading Club, which this year has as its steamy theme “Read Between the Sheets,” and will feature a grand prize draw for a Kobo Aura eReader. Running between July 2 and August 30, the Adult Summer Reading Club is asking readers to take another look at the much-maligned genre of romance novels. Although they have long been scoffed at, romance novels are no longer just bodice rippers — now there are cozy romances, paranormal romances, chick-lit, western romances, and elements of romance are cropping up in books of all genres. Despite this year’s theme, reading romance novels is not required to participate in the Adult Summer Reading Club. Participants must be 18 and older, and a registered member of the TNRD Library System to participate. Readers can register online at www.tnrdlib.ca and start submitting weekly book logs. For every week that a book log is submitted, a reader will be entered into the grand-prize draw for a Kobo Aura eReader. There will be a maximum of nine submissions per participant. A photo of the winner will be posted on the library website.


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GROUP OUTING

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PUNCH CARD

DINNER SPECIAL

Buffet Dinner 9 holes of golf with cart

12 rounds for just

$450* *Taxes not included

8888 Barnhartvale Road

The industry leader through customer choice. Serving BC since 1944.

* Every day after 1:30pm. Cart and tax included. Online Booking Available.

prices starting at

$40* per person *Min. 8 people *Taxes not included

eaglepointgolfresort.com

250.573.2453

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SALE It’s

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North Shore Echo, July 10, 2013